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q THE HARTFORD
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All kinds Job Printing neatly executed iI i S I come the Herald of a noisy world tho news of all nations lunbering at my back IISubscription 1
V per Year in advanco
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VOL XXVI HARTFORD KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 3 1900
NO1
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ACTS GENTLY ON TI1w
KIDNEYS LIVER
AND BOWELS
GLEAN5ES THE SYSTEM
4 < EFFECrUALL
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MTUAL coNSTIPATION
PERMANENTLY
PERMANENTLYJTS
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V 1 DIfLk IIe ΒΌ WsI
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HItUfIONAI CAHns
A O Taylor i
itAttorney
Hartford Kentuckyth
thlrItt
> VII counllrs and Coutl of Appeal I
gCImIns I
J S WEDDING
V t ATTORNEY and COUHSEttOrUTLAW I
NOTUIV IlltlMC
nAHTPIIIIU XKNTOCKT
Will practice his protection In sll thecoutiln I
nhluaad ailjulnlnit cumiUe and Ilir Court cf
Appeals Irompt aMenltim given t ro all Imiiii a
rnrutr4 to his care
I Jno 23 Wilson
ATTORNEY AT LAW
1ureyrq
HARTFORD KYV
11tII nurllllui IIhpn 10 ctkctons fli i
411 ilmU Suivrylnxiinittiiii il llcfi > Ac
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VV
r M L IlEA VRIN
Attorney at Laws
HARTFORD KENTUCKY
V 111 ii tt3U liii pofr loii ii all thrrniirl N
uCOIiioKtit UlJulnlUK I u1 ri Ahl Couit I
of ppaU Spcirtal Mlentlutt too > llrctloiis
I K JlVJtNfii
ATTORNEY AT LAW I
HARTFORD KY
Wlll IKACllT lil > piUcnlon III OMiiaml
Vit1 1 liiiiiicminllrx SItChl IIIIlIl1oa iltcn j
VA 10 all Inutile entruMrd In his cite Office with
Count Alorney
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L w II IAINIS IfT MHIKK
lj BARNES MILLER
p ATTORNEYS AT LAW I
0IAtTFORD
7IUl IKACTICK their t ofeslon In sll the
V court 01 Onto ant IIJUIIHHK Aiumn
Irlct attention will heglven loail business en
triitrd to their cate Collection and crlmlnil I
I practice I ipiclttly Office up itslra next lo t
Griffins drug store
n
F att B L i
A ttornoyatLaw
HARTFORD KY
t irill practice hla profesiloo In all Ihe i
I Vy courts or Ohio and adjoining counties
Collections carefully and promptly attended to
OHce with T I IlImllh a Co Market Street
R R WEDDING
ATTORNEY AT LAW >
HARTFORD KY
111 practice hla profession In Ohio and
T V adjoining countlu Sped1 UuUon jiVt
ta to collections Mao i notary public Office
IB I Commercial Hotel i
J B VIOKERS
L Attorney at Law f I I
HARTFORD KY
XiriM practice his proleinlon In Ohio and
ff qujluiiiH coullllt SpecIalNttrtitIon RIY t
In lo nil lniluens eutruted lu hl care OthI e
u < xt toj1O the Republican office
SHELBY TAYLOJJ
Attorney at Law
HARTFORD KENTUCKY
1T pucllcehu piofrs > lon In all tlir courts
J iifilhlo and adj tiling cuunll fI1 olin
of Appeals Special tlentlnn Inciillecllimi
F NE AI I
b ATTORNEY AT LA V
HARTFORD KY
TIfL IRACTIC In all the Cnurt of Ken
T T lucky Special mention given lo toilet
lion elllemenl decedents estate r1 cases
P tnd criminal practice Office up stairs ntslto
Orlinna Drugstore
KIIOOI I
IAMBI I OZBNN u o KIKUU
GLENN RINGO
LAWYERSHARTFORD >
V HARTFORD KY
Tl1i PHACTICHIheltprore lciiln all the
lv f courts of Ohio anil sdlolnlnii cnuntlei
7 11 In Cvirt of Appeals Bpeclnl Unillon rlv
en 11 rliilnal practice tn < 1 colerliin AIo
J NM IIf Puhllr Co nhlr eountl
V O M Barnatt
ATTORNEY AT LAW
KOTXVrUnlIC
HARTFORD KY
ttrift IRACTICH hit profeialon In ill the
V cjurtt of Ohio tud adjoining counties
CueHil attention will be given lo all butlnrni
enlrutteil lo hit care Collection i ipeclilljr
OfflMOtr Ohio Count Dull
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THE RESULTth
IOf I the Enactment In
I to Law of the New Jc
i i publican Finance 13111t
I I
It luoro In My Iht tow liuInB
mon of thaoiiunjry liuvii any IJeli of tud
prodeloDII of tlio Itopiililioju onrrtuoy
bill that pH ed tto Homo rwaitly
If the i nrpoao of thu mennire vaa un
deralood aud tlio pci iIof wblcli It t Ii I
capnblo wen apprecUtiMl tbo Imslocaa
men of Ibm oouttry would tttutettb
Bgaiuat lit findmcDi into Jaw
The man who eavs the money qunth
lion ia dnd itour dum Dot know
w but bo la l talking About Hu hal de >
blaeyea lo allllqatloD that oOllfrun thint
tuition todv If ft be hut fiat t lIoluf
lur interest in Iba money ejuestlon ba
o pf f u
tbat pasted the Homo ricenlly wULB
nrouao new interett in Ibat jucttion nodr
direct to it pnblio ntteutlon wltli larger
concern than over
overI
Have budorm own noticed there
c lent
U4vrtheyobsurvtd ibm conditions prov
valeoton Wall siren Do they tttrl
b ate tbeao conditlooa to the war In
Sontb Africa Ueitaioly many of them f
do and most nf them hate filtfil to die
cover tbit the uo < pct of n revolution
in i our Unticlul xtlioy bat bad auj tiling
to t do witb these diemtm jVltt theeu
c onilitlonI
oUOllitiODTht I
TliB Repablicm cartonS b U tjstt
pasted t tbe llonro reeonll IB not
aa tome of itt olinmplonj iufit
merely an oniplmsla and laitaraltua of
tbotllllflKIoloy lo Uotll IDTiilrel i
complete ruvolutiun of tlio floicolal
policy i of this Government The He
publican uttlntial platform for bflO
promliinx toHdraoce Iba hope nl iptvr I
national bimetallism deolared Dtil
that wii coo imiliubcJ for the exlitim
Cold etaudard
Tht cbamplona ol thin me I ore lay
tbat I the pawaxe I of hue l iit ii imply a i
redemption of tbat > liclr anl a renewed I
emphanlatu < tUu t 2iHilti I gold ftod
ardTheeiutiDiKold tandardol 00
t he pxietiiik j < ld t ndHrdof todsy Ii I i
radiotlly different from tic sIngle iroltl
nUndurd with triruminBH ooDtemphtic I
by this bill Torfiir while we bare ji i
olrcnUtion 830IXX000 teducin ibis 11 c
claalvelr in silver doll UP tomfllilD
more II ai 8100000000 ridpemabN ia i
either silver or toM at the option of f thc
thcI
HeoioUry nf tm froimirv SISOOOOOOO I
rrdeimahle excluaiTfly in gold IIUtl 74
000000 ailvor dolUr 11111 t redeemable at t
nil the bill fiat i aecd fie House re
cently provides bat all of tbiemoour it n I
i t ho redeennd ID fIld Exoluiivt ofil f
g old cutioD4l link I notes and nillh
ailver the toLd luimiy la olrouUtioi >
December I w n nbont SI < XW000KX
The Kuld COM in tin Troi irr Dc m
her 1 was less tlmii ga100K000 II wa t >
add to ibis SHIOOilJOO in tijlil ballmr j
t his would lie lC tint jUl41 l gold up to i
tbe uciijliborbood 83 1XH IOOO > Un
S
der the I bill Ib it Lit pasted the louse I
ctld la th < > only moDpy nf redimi too
and even tbo silver dullara and tbo wl V
v r ceitiOoitai now iniMunditic tliu
former f irrnlecmflllri atd the Utter ru
decmahlo 1 in ml far dolare ure to be re
i lit i mail lu itII Thti on the lane at
December I we mot depend ni > on I
391000000 with wbleb to redeem SI 1 I
000000000 outstindlnir This does not I j I
DolI
consider tba national bunk notes of I I
82111000000 ontrtaodinf or those that I
may i be I inncd under tbla bill
It will be aald I thst not all of tbia
money will bo presetted at once for reoI i
demption It will nut require all of It 1
1S
to t drain the Treasury of Its gold or to
depltte tho same to the reserve limit f
The bill tbat baa pataed the Elouso pro
vide that tbe Secretary of tbo Treatnry t I
may at t his discretion inane sold bond
for th purpose of supplying the Treat I I
nry with eulJ In tbe light of history
does any oe doubt tbat tbe men wbo
baveoreanlzod gold raids before will 1
organize more disastrous raida untie
the t plendld oppoitanltlea offered by
t his bill Trnrlf all of the redeomibla
money ouM toting should be redeemed I
tbo t money thus destroyed would ba par
tt
tlallf t and mlgbt ba wbolly replaced
with national bank notes Under tbe
tl rmll or this bill national banks may
depolt bonds and while drawloR inter yr r
est OD tho bond deposited may isano
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist 4
3
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La
Hit labcrttory
There Is a disease prevailing In this
country most dangerous because so decep p
live Many sudden deaths are caused by
IIbeart disease pneumonia heart failure
or apoplexy arc often the result of kidney
disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to at d4
vance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack
the vital organs or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell
Then the richness of the blood the albumen
leaks out and the sufferer has Bright 3
Disease the worst form of kidney trouble
Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dl 8
covery Is the true specific for kidney bladder
and urinary troubles It hu cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases after all other
efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent
and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free
by mall also a book telling about Swamp
Root and Its wonderful cures Address
Dr Kilmer fie Co BInghamton N Y and
mention this paper
a
I Vl
notes In an amonnt tqnal to the mm of
these bondf lint whether Ibo bulk of
the t redeemable money outstanding la
prtfiented and Ibo Treasury drained of
Ita pold thus forcing bond Issue after
boud Issue depends upon tbe ooterle of
J
men who Lave and will continue under
tbe t j present admfnittration to controlof
tbe money of tie nation and whether
tbo t volume of the paper troooy to take
tbo t placo of the existing money reo
deemed j nball bu largo or small whether
Iheru t shall bo contraction nt ono time
lo t force prices down and ut t other times
ibflitlon to force prices UP all will do
pond i upon the policies and the Interests I
of the men wbo control tbe uatlonalnc
bankt of the country
Business men wi 0 hate convinced I
themselves tint they have no Interest
la i tbe money question men who have
rnrreudered their privilege of Ibinkingdo
to t Ilepnbllcan politicians controlled by
ioWall I
provisions of this bill IU enactment
Mnto law ii absolutely provided for1 I
Unnineus moo will Icon be brought totba
rovhzalion of the fact tbat tbe people olno t
olI
ilbli t country are more vitally iotcrcsted I
j liD I I the money queitlou thin in any other
T ocetion The tlmu is not dttttti when I
diagrams will not bo necessary to conth
vlnoo business men that tbo single gold
b ovtaradurtl
uatiou is at baud tlut will command atth
t ntioo lo the money jaeetion and men I
wbo have sneered at tbe fatfioD kefurtor
will realIze tbat they bava wasted their P i
anbstitnae and sacrificed tbe results of I
II
f beats I
I lleimbllcan maobioitta to think for
t Stbem
I i j
Another Good Man Gone WrOIli i
lie failed lo use Foleys Kidney Curt
for f i his kidney poniiilaint m
V
Corn Growing in Favor Abroad
The growing jopolarity of American Im I
c nn In aU Iarlll of tbo world II hint
trated by the November statement of I
oT
npilrla of briailhintf Just Iseqerf byI1 i
the I Treasury Bureau of Htitlatioi It t
ts
ibowa a larger qnibtity of corn export
ed in the 11 ruoutLaendintrwithNovem
l t cr 1800 than in the oorreeponding
nontba i of any preceding year and at
tbiffuernite per buslel Ibiu ID fillY year
jaluice I
ii I the 11 months ending with oorrI I i
btr I 1800 were 185832059 bushels i
yiJued i at 1 374742137 while in tbo cor
rilpondintf i moutLa of lust year the corI I
24340 bushels ciported only brongbt I
f6GI147 j the averazo export prloainWl I I
tell I I I I ttontbs of 1899 being 40o per Ir
Imsbtl 1 I against 87o In 1898 and 31o 10 Irs r f
Ve I oorrenpordini months of 1897
V hat the 1I10lh has been steady and t
inpid is rhown by a companion of the I 1
jj 15g f i
ISWI anti 18P4 In 1893 the exports of 1
Ihjotn lu the 11 mouths ctdiDR with Np
V eMb > r were 48003183 bnahelc and
H incli
t894 171110232 bushels the total for
livH I anti 1890 bcinir more than fonrl
lii I i e ax much R hNt IIf f 1693 and 1894In
CASTOR IAn I
For Infants and Children
Tie Kind You Have Always BoughtO
I
Bears tho rfSJfo + a I
ftguaturo of iatfyrMfotUU
I
1
I
Then and Nown I
mj j I
That it requires CO per cent moreI I
Vleat 10 bay II stove than it did in 00
bat It re quires 20 bnebels more conh 1
to > aj a wagon than In 9su 1
su7tiat I
carter wheat to buy a copper kettle I
thai lu sic I
Tlbtlt requires twice as mnchcoru to 1 1
pnrcbasQ acoil of rope os in 00
That It rt quires 40 per o u more corn
to bty a plow than in OGI
Tbit it requires 75 per cent more corn 1 I I
hto 1
or tot than ID 90 I 1
Tbs a set of common wheels oot Sp I
IB IW and now coat 12 CO
Tb < t the price of oultivatora h higher
bl s to MI I
lust galvanized barbed wlro costa 4
from ti 1 I to 8460 u hundred pounds mon a
than u unI I
That yea pay 40 per cent mono for
fil 1s8 tOlD in VUw
Tbat ratta ul freight are back to LbeI I
tx iiiitut llynrps Hot caused the pop
aUr ruplt iu leKJelutiou I a few yeara
al I
alIHal
Tlial AiKiul < y proiiieritv comes high
but tbo JKVit Mail corpdratlona mm BtlHi
bavui t ITo i
I
To Curie a Cold In One Day
TARn lauiivn Linwo QOINJNB TAD
LaTe All iltuignls rIII1 the mnoey
mnoeylilt I
lure ou tfitry box J5j
Vce Presidents Rooml
The Yfco Pmidanturoom In tbo Cap
Itoll i n model lin luxnrion nprolnlmeot
nprolnlmeotJ I I
roapnlfifpior t4 duor if the room
la alwayM cpcpaod ho truest straggler
Lainto iKi fa 411101 0 n git a IaDlpe of I rte
artIstic rtoC4t1oD The rcpott tf the
Scorelarji rf the Benste gives Io rver
jscrub
ofaurrotudieg the Vioe President with
mob eleauw Une aro a few of tbe
Iemt
Impoitidsilli
silk mohair Khtdlvo car
lels S403
AolIllIO 1II1IfuV ilok 133
MaIioid t libtaly uIt1i j50
130Two I
Two roJRSensL rnUII 2 12
212TWII l
luawhpoiLt lace 1 cur
tame q f SOQ
Neat oldie bilk vrlvetportierrt 170
DDt alter tlltlle cutilr ileeks nod
tables and curtains uml otuer things are
thrown Into Ua shade by the crownI
crownnllItem I
Item of eitr vij5onoe Upon the mshog i
i L
any dok of tbo Vice President IIa ell
ver Inkstand It is massive artiatio doT
Rout It ought to bo The taxpayers of
tbo United States paid for that elnfclo
In ketami upon Ibo Vice Presidents desk
the aum of One Thousand Dollars
There are other itemna In this report
of expenditures which afford food for
the 28ought
ate 8136 for Unions for lemonade ttariog
one < week in June but it may have been
a pretty hot week wbllo the statement
th eds
empty bottles which had contained
ju bia water wero returned show that
th pae
nci edqtmencbsblo
zard last winter tbe Senate spent 100
for carriagesa
If Gloomy and Nervous and looking
on the dark aida of IDluK take a few
dOll 8 of Dr M A BimmonaLlver Med
j 101DiJ and the doom will disappear
FK Lor
Ky m
e
aoiDr
baa Just rt turned frcut the country
north of the Transvaal eye Englands
greatest trouble will be with the natives
aud j not with the Doers lie thinks thatu
when j the whites have been suppressedan
antbs
over again Tbo natives in Mnehona I
laud I lae already become restless andac
tbe f British and American eubjeota have
been omp lIed to tike refuge in kraals
orP fortified camps
Women 00mllltllo08 depeod fQan
be luty npondicetiion Dr M A Sim
m ont Liver Medicine Regulates the
Bomacb Liver and Kidneys and se
sei
For sale by J H William flaitfondth
h thy
Pacing Mules
Sir Ilirry Lazarus of LforBO Gave
Oavlh
has reoeivfd an order from the British
Oovernmeiit for a half dozen pacing
mules says tbe Glasgow Times Thiste
is teperhaps
over placed with a Kentucky trader
The mnlrs aro wanted for the British
General t iJ ride in Sputh 4rnenIa whIle
engaged in war with l the Boars
Foleys Honey and Tar
Conch Syrup wherever introduced ia
c Lsiderfd Ibo moat pleasant and tflfco
live t remedy for all tbroij and lung com
iiluintt J 11 U the only prominentoonab
Hidioioo that OUullll DO opIates ana
H tiat
For silo by J H Williams m
Notice to t Creditors
OHIO CIRCUIT Count
W P healer A > rnr
oi
I
h atinle Aihliy et al 1
All persona having claims against the
rs tate of Lewis Ashbv deceased area
hereby notified to present their claims
properly verified to meat my office in
Hartford Krntnoky on or before Ibo
10th day of tbrnarylOOO or they will I 1
be fortver barredl
ROWAN IIoLnnooK
02 14 M a O 00
He Only Reports What Las Beenn
Said Around the Worlds I
It has been demonstrated repeatedly
in every state in tbe Union and in many
furciirn countries that Obambeilaind
llIDdOonllh I
Couch Remedy ia a certain preventive
and cure for oruup It hue become thod
nnivernal remedy for that disease P1d j
V Fisher 01 liberty W Va only re
penta what baa beeu said around Ibo
nledOhMmberldos pegl
OhHmberliitia Cough Remedy in myp
fmily for several years and always
with perfect success We believe that I
It ia not only the best cough remedy
bnt that it Is a sure cure for croup itu >
baa saved the lives of oar children aC I
number of times This remedy ia for
sale by Z Wayne Grime Bro Drug
gists forI I
Senator Jooeobairman of the Dem 1
oorotio National Committee says that I
be regards the prospects for Democratic i
ancoeaa in 1000 brighter than in 1890 and 1 I
to atMr Dryans name will be tbeouly r I
olonemontioDcd in the convention for the
tbePresldeooy
Ills Wife Saved Himt I
My wUei good advIce saved my lift Ij I
writes FM Ross of WinfleIdTenn
for 1 bid such B bId ooogb I couhi I
hardly breathe I steadily grew worse t
ni uden dora treatment but my wifeJ
urged me to use Dr Kings New Disl
oovery for Consumption which com
pletely j cured me Coughs Colds I
Dronobtll La Grippe Pneumonia
A sthma Hay Fever aDd all mladlel o i
Chest Throat and Lunge are positively
cored by this marvelous medicine 60o
guaranteeda J
Trial bottled free al J H Willlamn
drag store m
Tbo National Republican convention
will meet in Philadelphia June 10 1900
T he date and place for tbe National I
Democratic convention have yet to be ICI te j I
leoted I
I I
ANew York Physician Advises
ms Patient to Take Lydia EI I
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound
tUTU TO un null xo 73gJ6Ji I
u DEAn MRS PINKIIAM I have thrco
children and suffered with falling of
J tho womb and flooding My physician t I
scrnpcd tho womb still the floodingh
continued and I was no better At I I
lost l bo advised me to use Lydia E I
Pinlibamfl Vegetable Compound Then
I thought I would write to Mrs ThenI j I
ham for she could advise me better
than 1 any ono if I was to take her rome I
dies I received imerreply anti followed I
all her directions and I am very glada L 1
to send you this testimonial for LydiaI I
E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound isv
1
just j what It Ia recommended to be I
advise all women who suffer fromI I
these complaints to try it fromS I
LEMP 108 So AVE NEW YOUK CITY I
I
A year ago I was a great sufferer 1
from painful menstruation I couldt t
not Ho down or sit down for the dread
ful pain each month I wrote to you I
and took twelve bottles of Lydia B
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound aDdI I
it has helped me so I cannot findc
words to express my gratitude toward j C
Mrs Iinltlmm I am today well andJ
hearLyJlsa JOIE SAUL DOTED T 1
CLAns Co MIca I I
More than a million women have t t
been helped by Mrs Pinkhami advice f
and medicine 1
V
This is the Currency Bill that
Recentlyjassed the House
That the standard unit of value shall ns now bo tbo dollar and consist of
2810 grains of gold nine tenths fine or 23 22100 grains of pure gold being tbo
Lboooeteoth
eagleSection
Section 2Tbat all
IntcrcetbearlnR obligations of the United States for
fore r entered into aDd nIJ Unit
ed States notes and Treasury nctea leaned under the law of July 13 1800
1800Ibal1 coin of thu United Slates aa
asdefit1Cd pnblio and private for the
payment of money shall bo performed iu conformity with the atandaid establish
ealbllabcd
IeRI Nothing herein
gal tender quality of the silver dollar or of thu subsidiary or mltor coin or of
oftbe
the paper money of tho United SLate or tlm lawn makng national banknotes
baokDotellr
receivable and payable for certain debts and does and obligations between
uatlooal
divisionc Bio 8That there
to bodeilgnaled aa the Dlvlaiou of IsSue and RrdempUof to LIch shall be
al besigned l
andaocauntl
aocannts relating to the issue redemption md
andezcbsugc cf the several kinds Qr
QrValted
moneyTO V
TO HOLD COIN TO REDEEM 1 PAP13R
> QtThere Treasury and tekonen I
np on the books of said division I I
as a redemption fund tho amount cf gold coin
an sod
ldal1nloat outstanding gold certificates the amount of United
Slfttes notes held aeolntt outstanding silver ccitiflcatur too amount in silver dOl
lars and silver bullion held against outstanding
thet
act of July 14 1800 and an amount of gold coin and bullion to conttitnto a re
reserve States notes and I
Treasury notes issued under tbe act of July 14 1800ontBtacdlng Tbe told and1bo
sliver coins and bullion transferred from the oncral I I
fund in the Tre sqry as
herein provIdedaIi be asI I I I
anerein
acoordiaDoe
MUST MA1NTIAN GOLD RESERVE
the Sec 4 Tbat it I I
the t pedempon goldreserve fund 1
tlon as herein prpvlded and fAr this be
purpose from
tito mar time to time transfer
to eppb fqnd any muneyp in tbo Treawry notottirrwlio appropriated or trliDalorI I
change any of tbe funds in the division of issue acd redemption for other funds
wt mhich addition thertto bo is
hereby mlateDaooe authorized to sell I I
teoonoo of said reserve fund bonds of tbe United States bi aring interest at A rato I I
twentyyeuO not exceeding 3 j
ye igarn > ot the United Stttea after one
oneyen I
FIFTYMILLION FUND TEE MINIMUM I
Bat no transfer at any limo shall be made trim tbe general fnnd of tbe Trees
nry to the division of June and redemption uUch will reduce the general fund
below 50000000 That all United Stttts cctre and Treasury vote iwned nndrIf I
tb Ife on redefmcd in gold i
toldCOlD
coin ttt the will of the bolder and ell silver certificates pieseLted for toldI I
tion shall be redeemed in accordance with exiting hit
ALL DOLLARS EQUAL IN VALUES
The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and reqiired to U83 sad reserve
olVe10Dd f 11011ulua every issued 1
or cplned by the Government Dod ifat any t ma the Secretary of the Treatl
nry del me it Drcetpniy in order lo maintain Ibo parity and equal value of nl
money of the United States he may at liin diicretlon I XOlIlUIU gold leolo fJrI >
any other money issued or coined by tbo United Sister The m t8 t aDd certitis
oatee < ro redeemed or exchanged Bbitll ho held in und constitute H pitrt nf Mid
food f sod balL t ull J 41
pund
for an equivalent amount of the coin in which said notes or certificates were non
leimed l or exchanged except as hereinbefore this lection ruvidcdb
Notnlng in tbia act shall be construed I
as repealing the provision of the act ap
approved I suchI 1 I
notes thoU be outstanding at any time tbun the coat of the silver bullion and the j
a thetandard treasury purchased byo I I I
snob notcp
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SILVER BULLION TO lIE COINED
See 5 That tbe Secretary of Ibo Treasury is hereby authorized b nee at List
discretion any silver bullion In tile Treasury of the United States purchased un I
UDlIlr subsidiary at
ver coin OB may be nccctary lo meet the put lio requirements for such coin andla
any gain or eelgniorage arising from this cottage shall be accounted for antiai
paid into the Treasuryp I
Whenever any silver bullion pntcbascd under the act cf July 14 1800 ahull bo I
ned iu the coinage of subsidiary silver coin an amount of Treasury notes itsueda j t
nnder sad act squat to tbe cost of tbe bullion ojntained In such coin shall be can
o led and not reissued
reissuedRECOINAQE
RECOINAQE OF LL3BT WEIGHT COINS I
Sec 0 Tht the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed
to cause all worn and uncnrrent j
silver
subsidiary coins of tbo United States now i
Ii iD i the Treasury and berutfte r received to be rfcolDednDd Lo reimburse the DOWI I
jurer of the United Stales ton tho difference between the nominal or face value of I
anon coin acd the r m lIoL t the same will produce in new coin from any moneys in I
the Treasury not otherwise appropriatedo 4
So much of tile joint resolution approved July 22 1870 relating to the hens of
ailver coin as limits tbe aggregate amount of subsidiary silver coin and of frao I
tional t currency outstanding at any time to 850000000 bo and the same is here
by j repealed i
DENOMINATIONS OF PAPER MONEYII 1
Sue 7 That tbo United States notceor Treasury notes issued l under tbo act of
Jnly 14 1690 hereafter Issued or roietued shall be of snob denominations notI I
notleas l may Silver
certificates shall hereafter be issued or paid out only In denominations of ooeI I
dollar two dollars and five dollorp against silver dollars deposited in the oneg
of issue and redemption or in excbanga for sliver certiflontea of denominations
exoeedinK flvo dollars
dollarsCOMPULSORY
COMPULSORY INCREASE IN CIRCULATION
Sec 8 That section 6109 of the revised statutes of the United Slates be and
aodIbe t
Sec 61S9 Every auroolation alter having compiled witb tho provisions of this
file preliminary to tho commencement the banking businew and before it
shall be authorized to commence banking business under this title shall transfer
and deliver to the Treasurer of the United States as security for its circulating
notes any United States registered bonds bearing interest toan amount where
tt t wherothe where
whereUie t
Snob bonds aball be received by the Treasurer on deposit and shall be by him
fafrly i kept in his office null they shall be otherwise disposed of in pursuance
of pursuancef f on deposit bonds
i In t xeesll of that amount are authorized to reduce their circulation by the de
posit of lawful money us provided by law ptovUKd tbat the amount of such air
diluting notes Uancd to auy national banking afsoolatlon having on deposit Un
lied i Htites bonds to inenre circulation at the ia i 8 < gn of this act or which may
hereafter deposit nob bonds to secure circulation shall not exceed in any case
t casehe I
providedI I
ADDITIONAL TAX ON BANKS I
Sec 9 That every national banking anoatlon fhall pay to Ibo TrtRlarer of
tie UuiUd States in addition to the taxes imposed by an act approved July 13
1600 i entitled An Act to Provide Ways and Means to Meet War Expenditures
and for Other Purposes each bait year in the months of January aud July on
o r before tbe tblitieth day thereof n tax of ono tinth of 1 per centum upon fie
value of its franchise as measured by tbe aggregate amount of Its oJllhI nrplus
and Icdlvidcd profit upon the last diy of the olandar month next preceding
Sections 6314 0916 6210 and 631 I of the revised tUtntes of tile Ua td St tea are
arehereby
Nothing in this section stall be coostrueda1 In
ai any manner to reli aw any
biuklngasioolatlon from any liability for taxes or penalties incurred prior to
10lhe
actFIXINGTIONAL
FIXINGNATIONAL DANK CAPITAL
See 10 That section 6138 of Ibo revised statutes Is hereby amended o act
read at follows Section 6188 No aasoolaUon shall ba orpulred with a less
c apitil I than 100000 except tbat banks with a oipltal of not leas than 8WOOO
may with lbs approval of the Secret iry of tie Treasury be organlzoJ in nay
p anylace aol1exoopL that
bunks with a capital cf 1 not lets tban 25000 may with the emotion of th t Bioro
tiry of tho Treasury bo organized in any place the population of whlob does not
xoeed 3000 inhabitants No association ebtll
bo organized In a city the popu
lation of which exceeds 60000 persona with a capital of loss tban 200000 I
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i 5OWTEWPVRE
ftlOkes the tood more deUcous ond wholesome
soyAt wholesomeI
IisoyAt IAtu8 pownq vrnc
1IA1TV NEW VKAIt1000
Hark from the Ireets the noise the ihouU
The clanging bell the tooting hornt
Fitwell to grleb and ears and doubts
The Old Yeati dudA New Vest bornt
TIs well the grin Old Year Is I dead
The crimson troubloui vengeful year
With hopeful heart we lale ahead
To better time that halt appear
Then greet with shout and horns and bella
bellaThe
The cradle ilanaing by the bier
And usher la while hope still ell
A glorious centurri flnal year
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The Same Old Animal
Once upon a time tho Rev Frank
Gnnsanlna the popular Chicago
er was a poor circuitrider His father
so tho story gore was a rough old chap
of the uncutdiamond sort wlLba vo
eft elegantWell <
Well at ono time young Gnnaanlna
found himself in possession of enough
money > to buy him a borqe after he bad
bought it be rode it home Itia father
was in tbe barnyard when nt ame ID
Ian d be looked critically at tho Ilmal
Where did ye git tbat hoes Frank
bo asked I
askedI
I bought him cheap father said
tbe young preacher
Hea a aorrylookin critter I must
sa y said the father
uWell father said Frank yoU reo
member that our Saviour rode into
Jerusalem on a worselooking animal
than this
The old man looked at tbo horse
ogam and said
Blamed if I dont think its tbo came
onil
p p S
SimmonsLiver
Liver Medicine will do more for a
Weak Stomach tban a prolonged course
of any other medicine Fr sale by J
JH
n Williams Hartford Ky m
OASTOnrA
Bears tie The kind Yo a Han AJwfl BoaJit
Ba
Blgaatu of I
Notice to Creditors
NotlcetoCreditorsOmo
COURTIoulsu
Ioulsu lleflln et aI
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I cuta U Ueweet Admr et al 1
AH persona having claim against the
tt tate of J L Burton deceased arc
hereby 1 notified to present their nlaims
properly verified to me at my cfiioe in
Ilartford Kentucky on or before Feb
rmrv15 1000 or tbnT Till Ito forever
burred ROWAN BOLBKOOK
62t4 M PO 00
YoungI
editorf
of f the VermootvllleMicb Eoho baa
discovered tbe remarkable secret of
keeping old people young For years
be baa avoided Nervousness Sleepless
lUeso Indigestion Heart trouble Con
Mlpation and Rheumatism by using
Electric Bitter anti he writes It cant
lie praised too highly It gently atimn
allmaItee
latea j the kidneys tones the ftrmaoh
olds digestion and gives a aplenid up
petite It bat worked wonders for mv
wife and me Ita a marvelous remedy
remeclyfor
for old people complaints Only COo
a t J H Williama drug store m
OASTO nrA
j Bears thelIe > Kind You Han Alwan BoiJtfi ht
Signature lIJIo
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8150rIf I
If yon do not think the trusts are jeL
ling in their work just read thin state
Dleot of E n Crosby a leading mer
chant of Topek Kansas In August
I bonghfBlaokstone a brand of mus
u lin for 4 cents a yard In Septembi r
I paid 6J cent for the same good I
Lonsduld cambric bought in Anprut for
Cj cents and In September for 7i cents
Wonlena have advooocd fully 10 per
cent and lace onrtilns 26 per cent
while table cloths and linoleums bitve
advanced < 10 per cent Furniture la
going clear ont of slghtand this applies
spooially to iron beds All kinds ct
carpets except Brnasel have gone upI I
In price It la all foolishness to pretend
preteodthat t aa
Inert i osod demand The combinations
among tbo manufacturers
are tbo po
poteDt t
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T I
Prescnption
TennnIts
nIts I have been
prescribing medi
your
inedicinea Coffee
County Foorhouse and Aiylum Your Golden
Medical Discovery Favorite Prescription and
andFicaitint
rotthe
the dlieaiea for which they are recommended
that I ever u ed They laved my vrifet life at
theIOOnl the
wont cue of lunacy that we ever had with your
Favorite Prescription The case had been
under the doctor care for three yean I rare
your medicine nail the Ptlelll became wn
his was nine yean ago and the la still In good
health I have bffll rccommeadlnlC
mClildnee 10 mallY r have told our dnJIIlIII your
that If I the people came hack and laid Jr
Pierce I1Icdrclllts did not give Mtlsactlon 10
nw tlttn back their Money and fharft it to int
I have not once been called upon to refund I
Ithink oaehundred
I hundredThe
The Coining Baby
brings joy or pain Its for the
mother to decide With good health
anda strong womanly organism
motherhood but adds to n womans
attractiveness
attractivenessMcELREES
McELREES
Wine of Cardul
takes away all terrors by strengthening
the vital organs It fits a mother for
babys coming By revitalizing the
nerve centres it has brought chubby
crowing youngster to thousands of
weak women who fewed they were
barren It purifies heals regulates
and strengthens and is good for all
women at all times No druggist
would be without it ft 00
Forad vice in cases requiring special
directions address giving symptoms
The Ladies Advisory Department
The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat
tanooga Tcnn
MRS LOUISA IIALBof Jfforsonaiw
darduiwe I
idnol
couldnot
lateI
I hid s fine girl baby
= u
ONLY ONE CURE
LYONECUREFOR
FOR SCROFULA
S SIS Is the Only
Remedy Equal to this
Obstinate Disease
There are dozens of remedies recommfcnded for I
Scrofula somo of thorn no doubt being iible to I
afford temporary relief but B S S Is absolutely
the only remedy which completely cures h
Scrofula Is one of the most obstinate deeploatcd
blood diseases and Is beyond the roach of the
many socnlled purifiers and tonics because ome >
101noun
Ia l equal to an tto blood trouble noun and never falls to u cure uu Scrofula because it I
Il
nTho aerious consequences to which Scrofula surely leads
should impress upon tho801lillicted with It the vital irn
portanco of wasting no time upon treatment which can
not possibly effect a cure In many cases where the wrong
wrongtreatment
swellings have resulted for which the doctors Insist that
a dangeroll surgical operation II necessary
Mr II E Thompson of 11l11edgevllle Ga writes IitA I
bad case of Scrofula broke out on tho glands of nir neck
which had to balanced and caused me much suffering I
wall treated for a long while but the physicians were un l
rtblo to cure me and mj > condition wan as bad as when I
began their treatment Many blood remedIes wero used j
but without effect Some ono recommended B B BIInd
I began to Improve aa soon as I had taken a few bottles I
Continuing the remedy I was soon cured permanently
and have never had a sign of the disease to return Swifts I
IA1ilNo
POWDER
I S1 SIS FOR THE BLOOD
Ii I the only remedy which can promptly reach and cure obstinate deepieated
blood diseases By relying upon it and not experimenting with the various
socalled tonic etc all sufferers from blood trouble can be promptly curedI I
Instead of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely undermine
tocure
cure Scrofula Eczema Cancer Uhouniatisin Cnntngloua DIced Potion Doll
Tetter Flinnlei Sore Ulcers etc Insist upon 8 S S 5 nothing can take Its place
Books on blood and akin disease will bo mailed free to any addrtM bjr the
Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia
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