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practice hi profe l"n In Ohio and ad
Jolnlnit count lea ami Court or Appeal
Criminal prac Icr and collection n iprclalljr
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ofOliioand adfoinliiK counties and Couit
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,. E. Davidson,
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VOL. XXV. HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1899. NO. 52
Sentenced to be Shot,
He Escaped and Returned
Home After 25
AN OI.U INIJIANA HOI.IIIi:K'.S I'ATK.
A rnnion of the In-
(liana liniment was held recently at
Dtlphi, Ind. On tbe roster of
officers a ttrange entry was found.
John Glllfland was noted aa the 11 rut
lieutenant ot Company I. Opposite his
name Ih the rtmple ttatement: "Ilu-turned
an a deeoiter to the Fifty-fin
Illinoia Voluuteer Kemmunt by sentence
of court nnrtial."
Oillilrtud la now dead. He waa horn
near Linden, and urew to maubood
there with absolutely no education. lie
was a magnificent man, however,
und menially, uud with fair
He wan fearless, kindly and
indu&tiioua. lie married when quite
yo 11 uk', aud when the Civil War broke
uutuas living on hi own farm in easy
circumstance. In ItiOl business took
him to the town iu whtoh the
Illinois regiment was rtcruitlng.
GilliUinl, carried awny by the
and excitement, enlisted. The
regiment weut at once to thu front and
into active ecrvtco. Gilhlund proved
an ezctllentaoldier. Iu 1803 ho came
back home ou a furlough aud found
that of his old friends aud neighbors
were enlisting iu the Eichtysixth
Regiment, at Lifayttte.
went there aud fouud the regiment
made up oftho rawet kind of recrnita.
He was a fine drill master, so the officers
of the prevailed on
him to spend eevcrnl daya in camp at
work, aud made a dulermiued effort to
induce him to enlist. Thoindnoementn
of the officers were irresistible when
they tiurtlly ofTredto ficenro Inm
as a tlrst Lieutenant. He then
dentrted the Fifty flitt Illinois, and was
recruittd with ttio Eightysixth at Iu
duinapolis in 1803, his commipslou
coming immediately after. Aa first
Lieutenant of Company I, bo
proved a model officer, except in puob
work at his illitetuoy handioapped him,
this alone preventing his rising in the
GilliUnd doubted theoouragoof his
Ciptaiii, William (J. Limber t. Just
before the battle of Stone River, Lambert
was Ukon eaddenly ill and declined
to enter thu action. Uilbhnd
commtuded the company and afterward
preferred charges against thecapUiu,
allying Hint h bad fefuned illness in
order to fchun the danger of battle.
Capt. who wus cognizant of
Gillilaud'ri ncord, retaliated by preferring
charges against his accuser.
Oilhlnnd was arretted aud forced t"
march in he rear of the regiment without
arnin. lie was courtmartiaIedby the
Corps of the Army of the
Cumberland The decision of thecourt
wai reserved, and for several months
Gillilut.d continued to march under arrest.
Fiunlty. one uight.S whdo Slier
man's arm wib In Northern Gtorgi, a
close friend of Gilltland came to h'm
and iufoimed him that the
bad found him guilty and prescribed
the death penalty. Gilltland eeoaped
that night and hla family and friends
heard nothing ftom him for mote than
a quarter of a century.
One summer evening Tip Bailey, a
soldier iu Gilliland's company, waa
standing in front of hia farm house, a
lew miles from Linden. He was approached
by an old and feeble traveler,
who waa poorly clad and waa evidently
suffering from consumption Bailey
began 0 conversation with him and suddenly
as they talked togethar, there
came to ttailey the identity of the man,
causing him to exclaim involuntarily:
"Yon are John Gillllandr
Tbo old man's face gave evidonoe of
an awful terror and falPng to the ground
bo seized Bailey by the knees and cried
ont in agony of spirit:
"Balej I Tip Dalle I I am GUIilaod,
but for God'a fake don't tell on me!
I've suffered in all these years enough
to pay for fity desertion". I'm stricken
now, and I'vocomo to dio. As wo were
once frlendf, lot mo die in peace. Don't
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK'?
Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable
Almost everybody who reads the newspapers
Is sure to know of the wonderful
uuiu maao oy ur
." Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It Is the great medical
triumph of tho nineteenth
after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the eminent
kidney and bladder
SDfiClalist. on ft U
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles
and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Root Is not recommended
for everything but If you have kidney,
liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just wio iciiicuyuu nccu. 11 nas Deen tested
In so many ways, In hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase
relief and has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If vou havft Iclrfnev or hlaMr miikl
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and KrAl
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer St Co.,
N. Y. Tho
regular fifty cent and HVUH of B.HBnw
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
disgraco mo by having mo shot for
Bailey reassured tho terror-stricken
old fellow, convincing him that hia danger
had passed yeara ago, Ilia aentonoe
indeed, had been revoked before tho
proclamation of amnesty. Bailey took
tho poor wreck to his honeo, and after
awhilo his sad story waa told.
"Itailey'said he, "1 ain't been tho
eame In mind or body ainoo that awful
eight tbo boya told me I was to be Bhot
likondlity traitor. I can't toll yon all
I've suffered in all the timo I'vo been
away, -but it's been woreo than hell can
givo me. I'd been afraid to write home
even if I had known how, for I thought
tho court-martial wonld hunt me down,
and then I didn't think my folks would
want to heat from mq, anyhow after I
had been ao disgraced. When I ran off
that night 1 didn't know whero I was
going. I was jut getting away. I
made for tbo big mountains though,
and after a week's wandering and
I went to the hut of an old
monntftluoerand told him my whole
ttory. God bless bim, he took me in
ami,r aching hia old rifle from the wall,
swore that as ho was on honest man, ho
would protect me from both armies.
lie was a rtraogo man, who was regarded
as crazy and who lived there as a
hermit in the wildest part of the wildest
mountaiup, his nearest neighbor being
miles away. Ho was clear out of tho
world and as I had been tnrned out ot
it to be received by him, I ttiid there.
We didn't go about any except to hnnt.
Year after year wo lived there and raised
our little crop of corn and tobaoco.
Many and many a day, though, I stood
on the top of that high mountain and
looked 'way off to the North here, and
wondered as I rested on my boo what
had become of my family and my
friends and whether they ever thongbt
of mo without a curse. We never heard
from thu big world beyond the lazy
cIoud,for neither of ns could read, and
then I didn't ever care to hear from tho
place of my dipgrace.althougb the years
wont slowly byslower each year. But
wheu I got this sickness, then I wanted
to come back hero to die and bo buried,
unknown, whero I grow up and where
folks used to respect the name of John
GilliUnd. 80 I've oomo back, Baily
Gilliland's wife had died many years
before, but somo of hia children lived
and prospered, and with them be fonnd
a home. His old comrades in arms
upon him every kindness, but
he never rallied even in spirit nor could
ho ho brought to believe that the sentence
of the bad not forever
disgraced bim iu the eyes of all
honorable men. Ills mind was clearly
effected by wbut ho had suffered and
even his last hours wero given to delirious
fears and frettings,
Cait. Lambeit, acalnfet whom Gil
preferred charges, was oourt mar-titled
aud dirmiseed, being succeeded
by James R. Carnahan, now of Indianapolis.
castor 1 A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signataro of CZfiii
Boy Chosen for a Nan's Work.
INcw York World.)
There la no plaoo In the world to-day
whero tho United States needs to bo
represented by a consul of ability, experience
and tact more than at Pretoria,
the capital of the Tranbvaal Bepnblio.
And iho adtuiuUtratiou meets tho
emerguuey by appointing to this important
post a son of Secretary II ay a
youth uf24 care.
Tuent)lhr Veals Constant Lio Without
The Hist indictitiou of cronp is hoarseness,
and iu a child subject to that disease
it may be ttken as a sure sign of
tho approach of an attack, Following
this is a ptculiar rough
cough. It ChamberUin'oOough Remedy
in given bb soon as tho child become
bouto, or even altir tho croupy cough
appotrf, it wilt pruveut tho attaok. It
is ueid in many thousauda of homes in
tbif. bn ad bind nud never disappoints
tho anxious mo'bers. Wo bavo yet to
learn of a siuglo instance in which it
has not proved effectual. No other
preprtltin Ortn ehow tuoh a record
twtuh five vrais' oonatunt uso without
n M'nw F rffllobyZ. Wayne Griffin
k Br. m
One Honest Imperialist.
Pre in an Addrea by William Vincent Djersln
t. l.culi 1
When Frrdir.ck thu G;at found
Au trla u .dor the guvernmei t if a
WutUiU Lo taoiUht bcipltbJ, 14 mi
to at&imdtttu so much of 1 1
terr t r a be t jought defehnblr, nut
bib uudcriuuk to dt.niOMtrt.te
tLat the ixpaufaiou was the will of G-n
to furtUr theeuda of civil za'Inn. But
when the uamo t f Qo I bud b eu written
Fredetlck lutetiupted v.o'outly "Strike
ltoutl" he paid, Leave G.mI nnt of
thall Sjyldiditl" Wemiyralhlr
a robber, u pluiduur f the weak,
so happy vt when hi w ri
splash 4.1 wi'.li bluud, hut at tlio j idg
mont which is as inevitah 0 H e Hnd
death,! e will stand ratiier tha
tho murdero'i phariseeH of "beuevuluLt
assimilation' who shed tora over the
corpses they have rande and tku tip
penny oulleo iouh fr"in nnr children t
"Ohrittianfze" thn rrphira of fith'r
killed iu defone of tbht tor whtoh War
reu d'ed nn Bn"kr Tli'l a Jiiiui ot
Nr.zufth died on Oleo-v t'je right ol
every m .u to be uc free nv 1 10 evt rlasf
ing truth, thettert.ul 'a vol liberty and
jiutice firdtfned bt foro all world, oar
make html When did that truth and
justioe ever make a tUve or forge a
M'KINLEY AND ROOT
THIS WILL BE HANNA'S CHOICE
FOR NEXT YEAE.
The Intamous Gold Standard Bill
Now Chief TopicDemocrats
Want Trust Legislation.
Special to Till: Hebald
Wasuinoton, D. 0., Deo. 21, 1809.
Mr. MoKiuley isn't eatiefied with
bossing Congress; he intends to boea
the wholo Republican 8hootingmatch.
Fur some reason be has soared on Boss
Platl's little Bchemo of making Gov.
Teddy Roosevelt tho Vice Presidential
candidate, and ho took occasion to tell
tho members of the Republican National
Committee, which met in Washington
to-day to ohcoso the time and place
for the next Republican National Convention,
that Secretary Root wonld be
nominated on his ticket. Bob Piatt
tries to make it nppear that he means it
when ho says that Root's nomination
for V oj President will be entirely eatie
factory to him. Now that it has become
known that Mr. Root is Mr.
the thick and thin
worshipers at tho McKinley shrine are
falling into lino and the Root boom is
Bctatur Allen, who has beeu appointed
by the Governor of Nebraska to fill
the vacancy left by the death of tho late
Senator Hav ward, will be warmly welcomed
as a btaunch and valuable recruit
to tho ranks of the anti-gold
standard Senators, who are preparing
for a long aud hard fight in) tho Senate
against the gold standard bill, which
Mr. McKinley has found it ao easy to
jam through the House.
Tno Republican speeches in the
House, latt week, bavo contained lota
of gush about ''Republican prosperity"
and "sound money," but very little
pruieo of any portion of the gold standard
bill, whioh will, if it becomes a law,
put tho control of the finances of the
country in tho hands ot the bankers,
enabling them to contract or expand
the amount of money in ciiculation at
Representative Cochran, of Missouri,
in an able speech against the McKinley
gold bWndard bill, presented figures
showing that there is not enough gold
iu tho world to do the business of the
world, and declared that the importation
of gold to pay for the surplus crops
exported to supply tho failure of crops
abroad, bad quickened trade and produced
the prosperity of whioh the Republicans
boasted, and warned the Republicans
that when the stock of gold
declined, aa he believed it was bonnd to
do, thu prosperity of to-day would
crumble like a bouse of cards. Representative
Sims, of Tonn., in bis speech
against the gold bill, call-.d attention
to a very important fact that while
wagea did not average more than 10 per
cent tjovo the panic level, the price of
manufactured goods had iuoreased 100
Senator Pettigrew's resolution oalling
upon the Sectetary of tho Navy to inform
the Senate whether the flag ot tha
Philippine Republic was carried by
vessels in Manila JJay and saluted by
Admiral Dewey or any of the vessels ot
bis equadron at any timo since May 1,
1603, and whether a vessel flying tho
Philippine flag accompanied the U. S.
Cruisers Concord and Raleigh to Sublg
Ray, in Juno 1808, to aid in compelling
the Spanish force tosurrendor, asks for
legitimate information and should be
adopted. If these reports aro false, tho
administration ought to bo glad oftho
opportunity to officially say so, but no
such gladness is manifested. On the
contrary, Mr. Pettfgrew's resolution is
to bo smothered, not answered.
Somo of the members of the House
committoo which ia engaged in investigating
tho charges against Roberts, are
themselves oharged with being more
anxious to get a free trip to Utah and
back, with all expenses paid, than to
complete tbo investigation and make a
report. There seems very little probability
that tho report will be made to
tho Honso before the Christmas recess.
It is no now thing to charge the
SlcK Women Advised to Seek
Advice of Mrs, Pinkham.
tLXTTIK TO MES. riNKBAM MO. W.Wj
"I hod inflammation and falling
of tha womb, and inflammation of
ovaries, and was in great pain. I took
medicine prescribed by a physician,
but it did me no good. At last I heard
of Lydla . PlnUham's Vegetable Compound,
and after using it faithfully I
am thankful to say I am a well women.
I yrould advise all Buffering women to
seek advlco of Mrs. Pinkham." Mbs.
O. H. Cuatpbix, Quant Pabk, III.
" For several years my health was
miserable. I suffered the most dreadful
pains, and was almost on tho vergo
of insanity I consulted one of tho
best physicians in Now York, and ho
pronounced my disease a fibroid tumor,
advising an operation without delay,
saying that It was my only chance for
life. Other doctors prescribed strong
and violent medicine, and one said X
was incurable, another told mo my
only salvation was galvanic batteries,
which I tried, but nothing relieved me.
One day a friend called and begged mo
to try Lydla E. Flnkham'a Vegetable
Compound. I began its use and took
several bottles. From the very first
bottle there was a wonderful chango
for tho better. Tho tumor has disappeared
entirely and my old spirits havo
returned. I heartily recommend your
medicine to all suffering women.'-
Wits. Van Clsft, 410 Sauxtdbm Avs.t
Jebasy Crxr HEiairrs, N. J.
ed States Senato with being an extravagant
body, bnt tho itemized cost, as
soown by the report of the Secretary of
the Senate, of the furnishings bonght
for tbo Vice President's room in the
Capitol, ahow that it is growing more
extravagant all tho time. Hero are
somo of tho items: Impoited carpet
$403, antiquo desk $325, mahogany
tables $150, sofa $130, two ruga $212,
two pairs of lace curtains $300, velvet
portiere $170,and a solid silver ink stand
Tho Demoorats Intend pushing trust
legislation at this session of Congress.
Senator Morgan, of Alabama, has introduced
an anti. trust joint resolution
which ho says be Intends forcing to a
vote if it possibly can be done,and Senator
Chilton, of Texas, says the same
about tho anti-trust bill he has introduced.
, Tre appointment of Gen. Leonard
Wood, whoso" nomination to bo Major
General of volunteers was confirmed by
tho Senato this week, to be Military
Governor of Cuba, is regarded as the
best thing that has happoned for tho
Cubans for some time, as ho has shown
by bis management ot the province of
Santiago that he thoroughly understands
how to get a long with them.
The New Finance BUI.
The Republican caucus committee has
at last prepared a bill for passage which
la supposed to embody the sentiments of
at least a majority of members of the
party who will hold down seats in this
congress. Tho bill is very sweeping in
its nature, being in this respect decidedly
different from other attempts at
purely financial legislation which the
Republican party baa made during tbo
last few years. Whether it will receive
the support of all Republican congressmen,
remains to bo aeon.
The enacting clause of the bill provides:
"That the standard nnlt of value
shall, as now, bo the dollar, and shall
consist of 25 8-10 grains of gold nine-tenths
fine, or 23 22-100 grains of pure
gold, being the one tenth part of the
eagle." Thus, the party which in 1800
declared for the restoration of bimetallism
by international agreement, now
eeeksvto provide for the permanent establishment
of the gold standard by independent
action. In 1803 tho Republican
platform declared that, "the
American people, from tradition and interest,
favor bimetallism." Now the party
has forgotten all American traditions
and interests and has undertaken to fix
for all timo tbo English system of the
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medioino
searches out all Imparities in the System,
and expels them harmlessly by the
natural channels. For sale by J. H.
Williams, Hartford, Kr. m
Farmers and the Trusts.
Do the farmers realize that t(ie Republican
party proposes to keep the
trnsts in power?
Realizing tbis.do they not also reslize
that they aro taxed by the trusts much
more heavily than by the Government
and that to vote tho Republican ticket is
to vote a oontinnance and au increase
of this tax?
Take the matter of steel nails. Last
year,bofore the trusts were fully organized,
the farmer sold' bis wheat for 05
cents k basbol and bought a keg ot
nails, needed on the farm, for SI. 05.
How is it this year, when the Republican
po,rty has enooqraged, fqtjtered
and protected the nail trust?
The farmer cellj hlswhoat for 02 cents
a bushel and pays $3.85 for a beg of
naild. Somehow or another this farmer
has been cheated cut ofthreo bushels
and a bait of wheat. Who did; it?
The Republican patty, w,h!oh upholds
tho nail trust,
Another illustration of just how these
lovely Republican trnats work, is given
by the Cincinnati as follows:
Tbe worklngman, earning $9 a week,
who lobt year put a tin roof on hia front
porch, paid 1 3 45 for the box of tin, and
had SO 55 left out of his week's wagea.
This year when bo put a trust tin root
on hia book porch ho had to pay $4.85
for tho box of tin and had $4.15 left out
of hisweek's earnings. That man has
no doubt discovered who stole the
With these facts in view, what are
the farmers and the workingmen going
to do about tbe.matter?
It would seem, the course of wisdom
for them to voto against tho Republican
party, which is taxing them to the very
limit of endurance.
They know that they can hope for
nothing but a ooutinuanco of this taxation
aa long as the Rfpublioiu party remains
in power. Will thev continue to
aid the oppressors and to place the yoke
on their own necks?
Just Saved His Life.
It was a thrilling cecapo that Charles
Divis if UroworMoD, O, lately had
from a frightful death. For two years
a nevere luug trouble constantly urew
vorte until it eecmtd he must dio of
cnupuraption. Then he brpari to ubo
Dr. Kiuu's New Difoovery and lately
wrote: "It paveinttant r lief and effected
a permanent cure." Huoh wonderful
ourcs iiHVo for 25 yiars proven it's
power to cure all Thrnut, Chett and
Lung troubles. Price GOo and 31.00.
Every bnttlo guaranteed. Trial botths
free at J. II. William' ding store. m
Blinded by a Ghost.
A ceo of total blindness is roport'd
by tho physfoIanB of English, Indiana.
The cafe is one very much similar to
one r ported several weeks ao as
in the Ent.
Ernest Andrews, a sobpr, industrious
truthful younc man, is the vfotlm, and
bis story that ho wb blinded by a ghott
whtoh be nut 00 threo or fonr oo
his neighbors iu the btlitf that the
yonng man is insane, in addition to
bis visiblo misfortune. Mr. Andrews,
who is 23 years old, reports that while
passing in front of nn old dwelling bo
was shocked by a huge flame, from
whioh Issued a voioe, telling him to pay
adebtofmoro than $1,000, contracted
by his nnclo, now dead, or ho would
dio uy lire. Tbo uncle died unmarried
and Intefctato seveial years ago, and
Ernest's mother, is now tho only immediate
relative. Tho yonng man at
firtt accepted tho vision as a trick of
some of hia uncle's creditor?, and ho
was told by his mother, now a widow,
to pay no heed to tbe demand, as tho
debts were contracted while intoxicated.
Ernest is now blind and ho is giving
the matter serious thought. Hia physicians
and friends insist that he is Insane,
but he reports that he wishes
they were as snre of their judgment
as he is ot his own. It ia a carious
To Test Demonetization.
DnNVKn.CoL., Deo. 21. A. W.
president of the United States Monetary
League, left here to-day for St.
Louis, where he will bold a cooferenoo
with tbo Governors of several Statos
friendly to the free coinage of silver,
relative to suit which is about to bo
began by the Stato of Colorado for tho
purpose of securing a decision by tho
United Sthtea Supreme Con it as to tho
legality of the demonitzatlon of silver.
The suit againtt the Government of
the United Slates is to bo begun by
action in Denver. The United States
Monetary League will give the State of
Colorado as a present, a solid silver
brick of tbe purest metal, ot 100 ounces
and representing $100 at par ratio. Tbo
State will send it to tbo United States
Mint at Washington with a demand
that it be coined into 100 silver dollars.
This demand, of oourse, (aye Rucker,
will bo ri fused. "Upon refusal, suit
will be entered in tbe United States Supreme
Conrt, for we bave.thelright under
the constitution to demand tbat tbo
bullion be ooiued. Tho question will
be raised as to where the constitution
lands us, and the suit brought iu tho
namo of tbe State of Colorado to secure
rapid action that otherwise would not be
The person who disturbed tho congregation
last Sunday by coughing, is
requested to call on J. H. Williams and
get a bottle of Foley's Honev and Tar,
whioh always gives relief. For sale by
J. H. Williams, Hartford: S. L. Mitchell
& Bro. Beaver Dam; M. S. Ragland,
Demand for Mules.
The American mule seems, lo bo making
a considerable factor of itself in tbe
British-Boer South African war. Purchases
of males in America for the uso
of tbo British government have already
upset the calculations of American live
stock men and seem destined to cause
still greater trouble. Recently eleven
oar-Lads of mules napped through
Memphis en enronte to New Orleans,
destined for the Transvaal, to bo used
in British operations.
Egnland has made within tbe pQBt
weikanew demand upon the American
mule market. She now asks for
10,000 more mulest and tho Amoric&D
dealers aro bestirring themselves to supply
this demand. This new demand
has naturally had its effect upon tho
market, aud in tbo opinion of tbe local
dealers will send tho price of mules up
at least 10 or 15 per cent, within the
next thirty davs,
Paid Dear for His Leg.
B. D, Blanton ot Tbaokerville, Tex.,
in two years paid over $300 00 to doc
tors to cure a Running Sore on bis leg.
Then they wanted to out it off, bnt he'
rnrpa it with one nor of linnklnn'H Ar.
nica SuIvp. Guaranteed euro for Piles.
25 ctfl. a box. Sold by J. H. Williams,
Profits of the Trusts.
The testimony of Wm. H. Grifllo, a
tin plate manufacturer, beforo tho industrial
commission is summoned up as
follows by au exchange:
"He said sinoe tho tin plate trust bad
been organized the price of tin plate
bad advanced from $3.00 to $4 65 per
hundred; that neither tho advanco
in wages nor raw material justified snoh
a prloe. At 13.60 a hundred there bad
been 20 per cent profit in the business,
under present conditions $2.84 would bo
a profitable price. Notwithstanding
this enormous advance in price, tbo
quality of tinware is becoming poorer.
Tbo Baltinore fruit cancers complain
that tbo coating of tin is so thin that
they cannot nso tho cans. Ont of 272
m lis originally in tho combination,
eighty have been closed and tbo workmen
are out of employment. Comment
is hardly necestary."
Notice to Creditors.
Ohio Cmccit Couiit.
W, P. Render, Ad'm'r,
Nannie Ashhy, et. at
All petaout) Imvintf claims apuinst tho
eMi.tt of Lewis Aebht, deceased, re
hereby t.nt'uVd to prBorit their claims
properly verified, to meat my dflloe in
Hartford, Kentucky, nn or beforo Dm
16th day of F brutiry,1000, or tbry will
be fortver barred.
UOWAN UOLDHOOE, 1
52 4 M. O. O. C. O.
Christmas Pudding and Sauce.
Mix together two and a halt cups of
flour, one t'a'ponnful each of erda,naU,
cluuamou aud allspice, and two level
teacpooufuls uf biktm; powder Mako
ready a cup of chopped and seeded
raUiuH nud half a cup of citron and flu's
cut lino and halt a cup of nut
raratp, floured and out up flue.
Mix a cup of UH'ltMO', two-thirds of a
cup of softened butter nnd aou of
milk. Stir In thoilour, eto , then the
fruit aud turn Into buttered mold p.
Ht am threo hours. Sauop; Ortam half
a cup of butter with a half a cup of liht
brown sngsr. Btir over hut water tilt
liquid, then add the yolks of two eL'f,
well beaten, half a cup of fruit jufiCioo
(mtlted jelly if you have nothing bet-
ter), a salt spoon of mace aud ttir till it
Makes the food more
The Old Year mocks me with a sigh,
Aud walling winds are fierce and cold,
But here's a breath that makes me bold
The radiant, glad New Year draws nigh.
Hope's sunshine lights the morning sky
What Joys may not this New Year hold?
What dear, unfathomed witchery;
What undreamed wealth of fairy gold?
Then let the mocking Old Year die?
Ills months are as a tale that's told
Ills shroud of snow about him fold
With other dead things let him He.
The blithe New-Comer makes rue bold;
1 wilt not heed the Old Year's sigh.
A rather peculiar circumstance as well
as a tad one is reported this week.
John Farrif, Watt Farris and Tom
three brothers, aged from 65 to
about 70 years, all died the Fame day
aboot two weeks ago. Two ot them
lived in Grayson, the other in Edmonson
county. They were also the only
living members of their family.
Lloyd Paris, Jr., of Big Clifty, was
arrested Tuesday by H. T. Watkinsand
Coon Layman, having been tried and
sentenced to two years imprisonment
for selling Cuban rations atMantanzas,
Cuba. Ho escaped about a month ago.
He waa discharged from the servico
about the time ho got into this trouble.
They Intended taking bim to Fort
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Buomo Quinine Tab.
lets. All druggists refund the monoy
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
on every box. 25o.
Notice to Creditors.
Omo Circuit Goubt.
Da r tenia Raley, Ad'm'r.,
Jonathan S. Raley, et. at.
All persons having claims against tho
estate of James Raley, deceased, are
hereby notified to present their olaims
proporly verified, to me at my office in
Hartford, Kentucky, on or before February
15, 1000, or they will be forever
barred. Rowan Holbrooe,
5214 M. O. O. O. C.
A Fulton young lady who has visited
in an adjoining town, had a rather peculiar
experience the other day. She
was roturning homo and was tired, so,
after sitting down, sho leaned back and
found that her bead rested comfortably
against something which she supposed
to bo a part of the chair or somo other
fixture uf the car. Imagine her com
as she got up to leave and found
that her bead bad been repoMng on the
broad shoulder of a fut drummer,
Notice to Creditors.
Omo Cincun Court.
Louisa lleflin.ct. al..
Louisa V. Dewees, AtVra'r. et al.
All persons having claim against the
estate of J. L. Burton, deceased, are
hereby notified to present their claims
properly verified, to me at my office In
Hartford, Kentucky, on or before
15, 1900, or they will be forever
barred. Rowan Holduook.
C2t4 M, O. O. O. O.
Merely a Matter of Memory.
This man's wife has instructed him
not to forget what?
Ho dimly remembers that be was
warned adjured commanded not to
He has gottan off tbe home-bound
street car to wait for recollection of the
thing to catch up with him.
It does not catch.
The man ransacks eaoh pocket in
quest of a memorandum.
He peers int3 his coat sleeves yes,
thore they are,tboy need to be revetted,
He ha not forgotten tbe coffee or
delicious and wholesome
powpn co.t mw vobk.
tho sago neither has ho overlooked tho
He has ordered them delivered. The
man knows that his wife will object
volubly when she learns this.
But bow much better than If be had
left them on the oar?
With anxions,troub!ed look he stands
upon the corner.
.Now what in thunder was it sho want
ed? Umbrella fixed? Dry goods-celery
note paper? He starts; ho
graBps a swift moving, home-bound car.
Has ho concluded to take a firm and
manly stand, and brave tho storm at
Oh, not He has remembered that sho
told him thero would bo company at tea,
and that ho must not forget to come in
the back way.
If yon feel Dull, Languid, Broken-Down,
Debilitated.bave Weak Stomsob
or Indigestion, uso Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine. For sale by J. H.
Williams, Hartford, Ky. m
Heard in a Confectionery Store.
Gbioagoite I want some of your
finest assorted candles.
Proprietor How mauy?
Chicagoito Enough to fill my girl's
Proprietor Does sho live in this city?
Proprietor Here, John, get this
gentleman twentyfivo pounds of onr
Marriage," said tho
"is a lottery." "Yos," answered tbe
sultan of Sulu as be sadly waved his
hand toward the harem, 'and there's a
bunch of blanks." Washington Star.
Twitter I bear yon bad a sneak thief
at your house last night. Did a pretty
fair job, didn't he?
Trotter-Well, yes. In faot, he left
nothing to be desired. Town Topics.
A Dive to Death. The
woman who would
risk a leap from the
zi masthead of a ship
would be considered
foolhardy In the
of the thousands of
women who take the
dive to certain death
by neglecting their
health in a womanly
When a woman finds that she almost constantly
suffers from headaches, weak back,
pains in the sides, nervousness, frritabilitr
ana acsponaency. sue may De certain that
all ia not well with her special womanly
organism. There Is weakness
and disease there, and if it ia ne?.
lected her general health will
soon break down corn-There pletely.
ia a remedy that will
promptly cure m lea of this
It maybe taken
In the privacy of the, horn e
without the necessity of ob-or
noxious examinations local
treatment. It is Doctor
Pierce's Favorite scrip-
It makes the organs
that appertain to womanhood,
well and strong. It banishes
pain and cures ulceration
tion. It does away wi)h debilitating
the anticipatory period of
maternity it alleviates morning
sickness find duarafnrts.
i- 11 1 1
ui iuc initial uuui manes lauor
light. It restores health to women broken,
down by weakness and disease.
I had female trouble for eight years, writes
Mrs. L. J. Dennis, of 88 Bast College Street,
Jacksonville, 111. 'For three years 1 suffered
continually. Words cannot express what I suffered.
I sought relief anion? the medical profession
and found none, until Induced by kind
friends to try I)r, Herce's l'avorite Prescription."
When I commenced taking this medicine Z
weighed 95 pounds. Alter taking 'Favorite
Prescription ' I was built up uutll now I weigh
156 pounds more thin I ever weighed before.
X was so bad I would He from day to day and
long for death to come and relieve my suffering.
I had Internal Inflammation, a disagreeable
drain, bearing down pitliii in the lower part of
my bowels, aud sue It dutrts every month, but
now 1 never have a pain
Constipation poinnf slowly, but surely.
Dr. Pierce's IMcaiaut IMlets cure speedily
In every test mado S. S. 8. easily
demonstrates its superiority over other
blood remedies. It matters not how obstinate
tho case, nor what other treatment
or remedies have failed, 8. & S.
nlwaVR nmmntlv rpnMina nnil inwta .inv
Promptly Reaches the Seat
of all Blood Diseases and
RlirflS tflfl Wnrtf flJIQflQ dlseasowherotheblulslnanywaylnvolvod.
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Everyone who has had experience with
. ,. , blood diseases knows that there aro no nil
ments or troubles so obstinate and dlillcult to cure. Very few remedies claim
to cure such real, deep-seated blood diseases as S. S. S. cures, and nono can
offer such Incontrovertible evidencoof merit S S.S. is not merely atonic it
Is a euro I It coos down to the very seat of all blood diseases, and gets vt tho
foundation of tho very worst caso, and routs the poison from the system. It does
not, likoother remedies, dry up the poison and hido it from view temporarily,
only to break forth again mora violently than over; 8. S. 8. forces out every
trace of taint, and rids the system of it forever.
Airs. 1. w. Lee, Montgomery, Ala., writes: 'Somo years
ago I was inoculated with poison by a nurso who infected
my babe with blood taint. I waa covered with sores nnd
ulcers from head to foot, and In my great extremity I prayed
to die. Several prominent physicians treated me, but all
to no purpose. Tho mercury and potash which they
mo seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was
evouringmo. I was advised by friends who had seen
wonderful cures mado by it, to try Swift's Specific. I improved
from the start, ns tho medicine seemed to go direct
to the cause of the trouble and forco tho poison out. Twenty
outvies cureu mo completely," twin s opecinc -
S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
Is the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no
mercury, potash, arsenic, or any other mineral or chemical. It never falls to
cure Cancer, Kczemn, Scrofula, Kheumatfsm, Contagious Blood Volsoa,
Tetter, Bolls, Carbuncles, Sores, etc.
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