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HARTFORD, KY WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1898. tupplies were said to bo Mill 2TO. 27 R . ymm r i? t. vT ' .Attorney forotments for Msj. Gon. Shatter wlll feronco or judgment. Wo know that CONFEDERATES MEET. probably leave hero Tuesday. Royal juakta the food pure, tho United States is animated by eleand whilo wli.l.nuinc mid dlllcloua. Tho auxiliary cruiser Yale will return vated philanthropy, and wo know that riHK'I.AM TION ISSIIKH IIV I'UI:n. MOItltO 1) IIKTAKKN FIRST AND All- MISSION OF CONKKIiF.UATKS TO AT. supplies of a cortsiu character are very from Santiago Saturday night, and will Spain is Inspirod by her lovo of inde ii:st mkini.i:. TIf.I.KUYOKl'KNUKIl Ui'ON. suareo iu Havma there is no laok of I.ANTA WASSUCCKSSKUI., replenish her coal bunkers. Asshocar pendence, which is tho greatest prldo of others. It la known, for instance, that rlou tuoro than four thousand tons of all ancient nations. Wo earnestly de Howell's Patrol Fleet Will Supply whilo iiuur may bo soaro, large quanti- Word Received From Shafter Says fuel thoro will be two thousand tons loit Good Quarters Secured for Ken- - siro that tho day will speedily arrlvo ties of beef littvo reached Havana. i in her bunkers on her return, but tho Most of the Vessels that are when this torrible slaughter by two He can take Santiago-Y- ale Mutt of this 1 in come from Mexico, lucklans Who Will Attend polioy of the Navy Department is to great cations may cease and tbo world nnd it has usually been brought over to . Needed for the Work. end no ship to sen without a full supply restored to peaoo to watch the resoluthe Reunion. tho Isle of Pines and then tianshippcd tion of one nation and tho continued pi ocal. ' into light dralt boats to Batabano, (11)1)11 WOIUC or CJA1T. HKlSlIKi:. It is expected that tbo Yalo will bo KV. DKLKOATKS 1AKKU fJHANDLV. progress of the other. Arart from this wbonoo it is carried by lall to Havana, i COHIIINK1) tANU AMI) SKA ATTACK. great sorrow, whioh is not ours, though refxiy to sail for Santiago again not Only a day or aco word reached Washington, Juno 30. The Presiwo feel it, the world at nresont looks On this trin down cop). Mter than Tuosday. COO horu Atlanta, Oa., cattlo wero ronnd- - ,'From the cruiser will not have uoy subsist. tucky ConfodoratoJuno 80. Tho Ken- o smiling enough to us politically." dent has issued u proclamation extend- - 1 that . head of ii. righted Special, 1S98.J . I r f t Association's ..i .. u t)Bce and ammunition to carry, and Washington, Juno 30. Special..) Lord Salisbury dilated upon "tho . .i . THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS lug the blockade of Cuba to tho south v . .. i . of Arraugementa was highly will tako moro troops. orn coast from Cajx) Frances to Capo um iuwiiuu awn wu iinuoiivctatiuu lu Gen. Paudo is now withiu fifty-fou- r agreoment with Franco respecting POWDER is duo not only to the originality nnd successful in itc visit here which endod Butabana. ' miles of Santiago de Cuba, and onr ad-- . vIt is now stated that two regimonts of Absolutely Puro simplicity of tlio combination, Imt til so Cruz, inolusive, uod al.o blockading Through tho kindness of ex- - tho hlger troubles, and indulged in There has been no running of tho vices say that bo is pushing rapidly to; yoluntoora infantry optimiatio language concerning China. tho Sixth Massa- - Postmaster of Atlanta, tho Hon. to tlio aire nnd Mtlll with which jt is Sun Juau, I'oitj tlico. blockudo by theso cattlo ships, notwith- ward Amos the city.- - His army consists of labnsetts and tho Sixth Illinois will Tho proclamation is as follows: Ho declared muniifucttircd by helentlllc processes standing tho Sranish stonos to tbo con- about 8, 000 Spaniard, Theroisastrong I ox, a momber of tbo Orphan Brigade, Britiuq wouldthat be belioved Great Whereat1, For tho reasons sot foitb known to tlio Caufoii.nia Kio Srnui1 Nows from Camp Alger, O. S. A , be able to teach tho aovu. SAunarootR Co., nc vow. tbo flocst quarters in tho city trary; all ; tho ahipo that have reached Co. only, nnd w o wUli .to Imprens upon miay proclamation of Aprils, Ibud, -- Maj. --Gen. boHver,-th- M OhinescisoycrnmoiJuthat tha construcVa."nert Monday. were secured for tho Kentucky deleganil tlio Importance of purchasing tliu blockade of porta on tbo northern oosst Cuban poita with supplies tiavo done so Shafter will captnro Santiago before tion of railways in China nnder British fXpllD JtEOBlVGD mou SnAETER. tion. Theso headquarters uro located auspioos true nnd original remedy. As tlio of Cuba, from Cardenas to Babiu at places not within tbo blockade, such Pando can arrive at that place to Washington, Juno 30.- - A number of would most inorease hor pros- H. D. Allen Nominated for Congress. genuine Syrup of Figs Is manufactured on tbe ground floor of tho now and ele- perity as Uatabano and Manzanilio. the Spaniards." dispatches'" have boon received from and best protect hor against by the Cai.ifoiixia I'm Sviiui Co. Honda, iuoiusive, and of tho port of Tbo Democratic convention ot tho gant Austill building, in which are esTbo vessels for tho additional blook-ad- o Such was the statement made to me Gon. Shatter, covering all the details of enemies. only, u knowledge of that fact will Oioufuegos, on tho south coast of Cuba, Socond Congressional District met in tablished tbo headquarters of tho Army sorvico will bo auppliod almost en- this afternoon by Maj. Gen. Miles. the present military situation. It is assist one In avoiding the worthless was declared to havo been iubtituted; tirely Henderson, Ky., and nuonimously from tho patrol fleet, which, undor Spanish Lost 200 Killed. Secretary Alger has been informed by ovidently Gon. Shaffer's purpose not of tho Oulf; the upper floors aro tho imitations manufaoturcd hy other par- and, nominated H. D. Allon, of Union counparlors of the Fulton Olub, where (From has boon guarding Gen. Shatter that the American foroes to Whereae, It has btcomo desirable to Commodore Howoll, ties. The high standing of the copy. a wait for tbo now ty, for Congresc. Tho nominating runted special, 189S.) Kio Sviiup Co. with the inedl-co- l extend the blockade to other aouthorn tho North Atlattlo ccaat from Maine to can take the oity of Santiajo within goiug forward to him, bnt to make his generous hospitality will be dispensed. Kingston, Jamaica, June 29. Spe speech was mado by J. F. Gordon, of Various plaoes woro put at tho disposal South Carolina. Tho sorvioo hs boon forty-eigh- t profession, and the satisfaction ports; hours. Although Gen. Shaf attack before the 8,000 Spanish troops which the genuine Syrup of Klgs has of tbe committee, but tbe storo selected oial Cable.- -It developed .to-dathat of Madisonvllle, and the speech secondNow, thcrtfore.I, William MoKinley, abandoned because the only i.vailable ter baa positive information to the effect approaching from the west can reach given to millions of families, makes ing tho nomination wasmado by D. D. President of tho United States.do here- Spanish warships are with Admiral that the strength of the Spanish force the oity. His statement that they aro was deemed best as it is on Forsvtho (Jen. Linares plaoed tbe ambuscade inthe name of the Company n guaranty Tho Camara, thousands of miles away from at Santiago de Cnba consists of 14,000 now bnt fifty-fostreet, within four squares of the depot, to whioh tho American cavalry forces Rayburn, of Wobstercounty. of the excellence of its remedy. It is by declare and proclaim that, in addimiles from Santiago tion to tho blockade of tho ports speci- tbo nearest point on tho Atlantio ooast. men, and although he la folly aware of is the most deflnito information thus far and only thrco tquares away from tbo fell on Friday and personally led tho nominee mado a speech accepting tho far in advance of nil other InxativcR, nomination. Spanish attack. Kimball House. as it acts on the kidneys, liver and fied in my proclamation of April 22, The vcssela are already on their way tho strong advantage which the enemy rccoived. Resolutions were passed reafllrming This information was conveyed to by has in being intrenched behind fortifica After seoing Mr. W. W. Austil and bowels without irritating or weaken-lu- g 1803, tbo United States of America has southward, having beon Thedrovesof cattle which tho Spanish bis mother ih rogard to headquarters Maj. Gen. Shafter by a Spanish deser- the Ghioago platform and indorsing rethem, and It does not gripe nor instituted and will maintain an tflettjvo several of the now torpedo boats, which tions, ho feels sure that with tho assist- army is bringing along and tho pack nauseate. In order to get its beneficial blockade of all of tho oris on tho south are particularly adapted becauso of ter from Santiago, who surrendered to tiring Congressman Clardy. Tbo adherance of Admiral Sampson's fleet bo oan trains hamper a rapid advanco, but oven for tho Kontuckians, Mr. Fox sw Mr. Gen. effects, please remember thu name of coaat ence of tbe paity to tho Monroo docShatter at Sevilla on Monday. P. H. Snooks, a princely furniture of Cuba, from Cape Frances to their light draft for blockade dnty in take the city in two days. with a bad road the Spaniards probably the Company Ho said two hundred Spaniards 'were trine waa reaffirmed, and tho annexation dealer, who married a beautiful KenCapo Cms. inclusive, uod also of tho the shallow water lying behind tho Islo will make ten to twenty miles a day. may take uonno first. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. tucky girl, and ho will furnish chairs, killed in tbe battle witb the Amenoan of Hawaii or any Spanish possessions poit of Sau Juan.in the Island of Porto !of Pinc8 nd 0aba Gen. Shatter, according to the highest Much relianoe bad been plaoed on Gen. tables, desks.etc, for the hoadquarters. and eight wounded. opposed, Tho early espousal and perNAM rilAM'Inco, Cat, Tho blockado of San Juan proclaimed Rico. military authorities iu Washington, does Gareia's Cabana to prevent this ad- So that the LUIUVILI.E. Kj. NKW YOKIC. X. T. Tbe bodies of one hundred and fivo sistent support of tbo Democratio SenNoutral vessels lying in any of the is in teality already in effect, Kontuokians will havo only from the to potts to which tho blookado is by tbo having been initiated by Capt. Sigaboo nut intend to shell or attempt to capture vancement of march in, for all things are ready, Spanish soldiers and all the wounded ators and Representatives of the war for the city of Santiago before be has posses- left, but it appears that Gareia's entiro without a oent of expense to any ono. were brought into Santiago on Satur- the liberation of Cuba woro indorsed. present proclamation extended will Jjo last woolr, when ho turned back from ntoresajoNAt vakdb. forco has been withdrawn from tho left Tho fifth and last resolution is a greetday. allowed thirty days to issuo therofrom that port a British steamer laden with sion of Morro Castle. When the real AnniSOKMESTS FOB VISITOBS. v and has now been landod with Gen. Tbe deserter told tbo American Gener- ing to our soldiers and sailors, cougtat-uUtin- g with cargo. Atlanta expects to welcomo CO, 000 supplies. The difficulty of maintaining attack on the Spaniards begins Gen. Shafter'6 main body on 33. the right of the visitors during tho will send tho left wing of his them upon their deeds of horoitra In witness thereof, eta., week of tho reunion. al the Spaniards wero greatly surprised tho blookado at this port, in tho face of Shafter army against Morro Castle. Tho cap- oity. Tho meetings will bo held in the Pied- because tbo Americans did not run at and the luster tboy Imo added to tho William KcKinlet. Spanish forts and throe Spanish war From tho fact that Gen. Shatter re ture of Morro Castle will be a comparaflag of their country. President of tbo United States of vessels in the harbor, would bo mont Exposition building. Tho Taber- the first fire. Genor-a- l ports that be will tako tho city as soon America. nacle has 10,403 seats. Tho GovernCapt. Sigsboe, by tively easy task. The American had not HARTFORD, KY. Hobson Is All Right. has positive information to the effeot as he can get ready to move, it is evi- ment When your stomach begins to trouble Hy tho President: J. 0. Moore, act- disabling tbo only formidable ono of exhibit building, which Dr. Amos attention Kl'n to collection! and BinMiNOTo.v, ALA., Juno 80. Tho that tho guns in that stronghold aro dent that ho wishes to ttriko tho blow Fox has converted into a hotel, has four you, it noods help. Sl'KCIAI, Surveying, Making abstracts, kc. ing Secretary of Ht.tj. Tho help it needp, thoso vessel?, mado the task easier. Office for Ohio county. printed a special ubcIcss in repelling a land attack. Tho beforo thoro is tinio for tho Spanish diuing is to digest yonr food, and until it gets Juno ST, 1893. GOO feet long and ovory-on- o north side of public micc. siosuee's oood work. tables from Grcenboro, tbo homo of cannonsin Morro nan only be brought to troops from Manzamllo to reach tbo A VOIIUIDAIILK who comes will bo furnished a good it, you won t have any peace. Slomaoh TASK. Capt. Sigaboo j In defeating tho Terror Judgo Hobson, fatbei of tho licto of bear on tho channel leading to the city city. square meal. Ho has secured provisions trouble is very distressing, very obstin M. L. HEAVIUN, By this proclamatiou of tho Govern- - has rendered a most important servico of Santiago and tbo sea. ate, very dangerous. Many of tbe most tho Mernmao adventuro at Santiago, The Successful Remedy for Nasal of ovcry kind, including three carloads meiit uo assume tho formldublo task of to onr navy, and indeed to all navies. giving a cablegram received from bin. TO ATTACK II V LAND AND SEA. of watermelons. Hon. Mel Ranch, of dangerous diseases begin witb simrlo Bon at Santiago Catarrh blockading about 300 miles of Cuban He has not only deprived Sampson's The cablegram Tho attack upon the city of Santiago must Berzolia, will sund two carloads of his indigestion. Tho reason is that indigesHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. coast lino in addition to tho sections al- fleet of apprehension of an attaok in tho will be cosy of applica. reads: "Santiago do Cuba, Juuo 23. be mado by tho combined land and tion, and ono that will by tion its own notion famous rattlesnako melons. Pits havo MI.t. practice his iirofraaloii in nil the courts ready blockaded. This increases tho rear somo dark night by this vioious naval My health continues Shatter has reach of Ohio "Appeals. mul nilJoluliiK counties ami Court extent of tho blockado fully fourfold, it httlo boat, bnt he has demonstrated raised forces. After Gen. over Morro faces, the mflamod and diseased sur- beon dug in tbe rear of tbo building, weakens tbo systom and allows dieeaso uueaslncss about mo." good. Feel no of 8rclaf altcntlon to collect Ion the American flag germs to attack it. The antidote is having boon confined heretofore to a that an auxiliary cruiser is amply ablo ELY'S OltEAM BALM combines tho whero meats will bo barbecued and Cafatlo immediate steps will bo taken to important requisites of quick action and sorvtd hot every day from 0 a. m. till Shaker Digestivo Cordial, strengthenttrctoh of a little more than ono hun- to tako caro of herself against a torpedo removo the mines that aro now planted speciflo curative powers with perfect night. All the buildings on tbe grounds ing, nourishing, curative It cures in. dred miles on tho north and the single gunboiit, showing that tbo offensive tho Four thousand new digestion and renews strength and port of Ctenfuegos, on tho south coast power of tbo craft baa been very much in the channel. Some of theso are un- Bafety to uas patient. This agreeablo will bo occupied. LAW ol the island. ilnnhtadlv nnctant mlnon lint th nnrinr- - remeuy ma.iereu catarru as noth- mattresses of excelsior, with cotton health. It docs this by strengthening The demands upon tho overrated, The torpedo gunboat was j . has, HARTFORD, KY. that tho majority aro tired ing olse freelyand both physicians and tops, aro boing mado and wilLbo plaoed tbe stomach, by helping it to digest patients navy in tho way of ships to patrol tho au nutried quality iu naval warfare np BtaDlnnB ooncede this fact. All Uril.l, l'KACTICK hit profriiioii In Ohio and from the shore. druggists cheerfully acknowledge that in position for use iu the Transporta- your food. It, nourishes you. Shaker itjvluliiK couutk Sjcclal attcntlou given coast, however, will not bo nearly to to tbip time. Swilter than a torpedo to all buitur entrusted to hla care. Office with After Gen. Sltafter has possession of in it tbe acme of Pharmaceutical skill tion building. One hundred barrels o! Digestive Cordial is mado ot pure herbs, heavy in proiiortion to the territory to boat, seaworthy, and possessed! of the County Attorney. Morro Castle he will drag out of the has been reached. Ttio most distress, water with ice will be distributed over plants and wine, is perfcotly harmless bo oovered as in tho cmo of tho initial armamcLt of which the torpedo boat is ing ohannel all the mines that are operated acutesymptoms quiokly yield to it. In tbo grounds. All around the crystal and will certainly ouro all genuine cases the Balm Imparts almott blockado for the reason that tho now void, the torpedo gunboat has been a ZMZd-llex";, shore. The oontaot mines will instant relief. lake will bo washing places for tho stomach trouble. Sold by druggists, blookadcd coatt line lies entirely with- terror in imagination to all naval men. from the Cancer often results from an imbo BY ABSORPTION. purity in tho blood, inherited from veterans. Tbero will also be .faoilitios price 10 cent to $1.00 per bottlo. LAW in tho great bight on the eonth Cuban Tho presonoo of such a gunboat, sb the ontpioked np by men who will bo Bent by the fleet. generations back. Few peoplo are enCatmhal sufferers should remember for bathing and boating. ooast, in which tho water is very gener- Tcmarario, in the river Platte, in tbo HARTFORD. KY. Tbe Wealth of the United States. tirely free from somo taint In tho blood all the Witt. l'RACTICU his profession incountlea, ally shallow and the ports aro fow into pathway of the Oregon on her crniae Aa soon as Admiral Sampson ia assur- that Ely's Cream Balm is the only caand ft is Impossible to tell when it will ' courta of Ohio and adjoining (Atlanta Constitution. Champion Shot of the World. vessels will rnn into no dan- tarrh remedy which is quickly and Strict attention will lieglieu to all hunlneu which a vcsstl of any diatt could enter. around South America was for several ed that bis break out in the form of dreaded CanMIsj Annie Oakley writes: "Myself and man Tnoitouoniir absorbed by the diseased The celebiuted English statistician, criminal to hi ore. Collections and ger from mines, part of the American membrane. A! It does not dry ur the of the DuiTalo Ilill Wild West Co.hae siten the Mr. Miobael G. Mnlball, is authority cer. What has appeared to bo a mere practice a upeclalty. Office up Hair, neat to Tho moit important of theso rorts aro wcoks a cause for great anxiety at the len's the powder to shake into plmplo (irilTin'ailrugaturc. Manzanillo, Trinidad and Tut as. WeBt Navy Dopartment. Now Capt. Sigsbee fleet will immediately pieroe into the secretions, but changes them to a shoes.a most thorough trial,and It doea all if not for tbo statement tbat the United States the mostor scratch bus developed intc malignant Cancer. limpid more than you claim.' It hutiutlv takes the of Trinidad is Cienfuegos, which is al- has shown that with an unarmored channel. The fortifications of Oayo ally to and odorless aondition, and An- sting out or Corns and Bunions. Allen's l'oot is considerably tbe riohtst country a natural and healthy character. on 'I had A serefe Cancer whleh vii4 it first Smith will have previously been destroyliase la a certain cure for hot, aching, nervous or ready blockaded effectively. From that cruiBer armed with only that I thought Tbe Balm can be fonnd at any drug aweating feet. Sold by 1 l, siimsauAN. h guns In the following table Mr. only a few blotches, soon pass away. would OruggUta and Shoe tbe globe. 1 wai store or bv Bonding CO centa to Ely Stores, jsc Sample sentall point westward for nearly 140 railts tho torpedo gnnboats are not feared, at ed by Gen. Shatter. FKKK. Address Allen Mulhall gives in treated by several abli round numbers tbe Gen. Shafter will mount some of bis Brothers, CO Warren St., New York, it S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N.Y. 2614 physicians, but In splti tbero is no point to bo blockaded until least not in da light. wealth of eaoh of tbe world's leading ol their efforts the uan largest gnns iu Morro Castle in suob a. will bo mailed. HARTFORD, KY. Batabano'is reached. cer spread until mycou This port is disFull directions with each package The Terror is of English build.having position that they will command the outChance for Old Maids and Widows. countries, beginning witb tho United In all the dltlonbecaniealarmlng pTofelon txritt practice til and adjoining couutlea. tant only about forty miles from Ha- been turned out at Clyde Bank in 1890. er harbor of Santiago de Cnba. The Cream Balm opens and cleanses tbo After many months u States: (Murray Ledger. W courta of Ohio treatment and Rrowlnf allays inflammation, Collection! carefully and promptly attended to. vana by rail, and is bdieved to havo She is a low lying To whom it may concern: steel crait, with steel city will be bombarded by theAmerioan nasal passages, pain t8l,7o0,000,000 steadily worse, I deIn tbo United States. Office with T. I. Smith ft Co , Market Street. thereby stopping in tbe head, heals beon tho principal source of food sup- innneis, is 01 a.u ions, aw ieet jong. sa cided to try S. S. S bO.030.000.000 troop8 and tbe American ships. The and protects tbe membrane and restores Uttarback sohool distriot, No. 80, there Great Britain which waa bo atronKlj plies for tho Spanish capital. For ISO feet beam, and S feet 6 inches draft recommended. The lire 47,M0,000,0j0 vessels will inolnde the ironclads and the senses of taste and smell. The Balm aro about twenty marriageable widow-or- France R. R. bottle produced an lm miles west of thi, cl;ar over to Capo Tho boat is filled with engines and is applied directly into tbn nostrilf. oow tho majority of whom are ready, Germany 40,200,000,000 frovement. I continued m Frauoes, tho western edge of tbo block- boilers, bet horse power being 0,000, the dynamite crnieer Vesuvius. and ll anxious and willing. This distriot Russia 8a.t25.000.000 four months the last lit ON ARTILLERY. WILL aded territory, there aro no ports for capable of driving her at speed of Something to Be Remembered. dropped 01T 2,COO,000,000 tie scab Iiava ulitneeil claims moro widowers to tho equarol Austria HARTFORD.KY. Gen. Shafter depend greatly upon Tpn v.nril deep vessels of any considerable draft, Clucltmatl In Ohio inch 15,800,000,000 u nut a aiKU ui me uiaeasn nas returned. ' firil.t practice hii profeailon atleutlon and and even if there woro tho country in twenty-olgh- tWhile knots, with Norman boil- the strength of his artillery to make tbe In the beaten way Hnqulrer.J it is not world.tbau any neighborhood in tbe Haly glv. Y adjoiniug countlea. Special B. K. Williams, of politics ers. tbe ordinary torpedo boat 11.800,000.000 Tbero are not enough married Stain GlllaburK, Mlsg. tu to collection!. AIM notary public. Office tbo interior, Picar del Kit, is in tho out of order to assert, even in wartime, men in tho district to fill tbo ofOoea of In arriving at thu wealth of each coun gnn, aotion short and decisive. Iu Commercial Hotel. otrries only a little Considering tho fact that an army of that what has frequently been It if dangerous to experiment with liands of tho insurgents and supplies the torpedo gunboat is armed with a asserted, Bohool trustees. Auy lady addressing try, Mr. Mulboll has not only consider Cancer. The disease is beyond tho skill e could not be sont through to Havana. formidable battery for a vessel of her 0,000 men left Tampa beforo and persistently but unsuccess any of tho folllowing widowers might ed its circulating medium, but also its of physicians. S. S. S. is the only cure, Gen. Shatter, and that there is a fully denied that tho Dingloy tariff law Tho purpose of extending tho blookado sizj, consisting of two two something to her advantago: Rov. real estate, railways, buildings and mer becauso it is the only remedy which largo foroo of artillery in this expedi- was a failure. It is still producing a learn westward to Capo Francos is to comBurge, Will Overby.Tobo Bogard.Tom cbundise. From the foregoing table it goes deep enough to reach Cancer. two all and tion, tho probabilities aro that Gon. deficit. Tho sbortago for last month Thornton, Jim Green Cunningham, appears that the wealth of the United mand tho channel between tho west quick firing, and having two side of tbo Isle of Pines and Capo torpedo tabes on deok. The other Shatter will wait until tbe arrival of was 87,854.000; for tho fiscal year so fnr, Tom Cain, Tom Curd, John Hindman, Stiles is 822,720,000,000 in excess ot tbe HARTFORD.KY. these botore making $33,356, 000. It is to bo hoped that tho Jerry Spinn, Jack practice hla profession in Ohio and Frances, and, thus 'render much easier Spanish cruiser referred to by Capt. Vance, D. B. Hind- - wealth of Great Britain, and equal to fcsFftWtWv The adjoining countlea. Special atleutlon gl. the main attack upon Santiago. He war revenuo law will do hotter. en to all builuesa entrusted to hla care. Office tho task of blockading vessels. man, William Marshall, Jim Cavitt, tbe combined wealth of Russia, Austria, (Swift's Specific) is tho only blood Sigsbee ia bis report as joining in tbe will then have a foroo of about 28,000 neat door to the Republican office. remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable. CO.NrLlCTlKll HEroilTS. Billio Duiguid, Jr., Jim Bowman, and Italy and Spain. nttaok upon the St. Paul is supposed troops. All others contain potash anil merMeanwhil", it is not expected A notable faot to be considered in this cury, Tho reports which havo reached the here to bo the Alfonso XIII., an iron various others too numcious to mention. the most dangerous of mlneraU, that Gen, Pando will bo able, even by SHELBY TAYLOR, u -- I ...1 -- ...I..... t If. - lOOTtO Prcridutt as to the exact stnto of affairs conueotion is tbat while tbe various EuBooks on Cancer and blood disease! I KK ,' has a akingthe most rapid marches, to re- THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. ropean oountries inolnded in the fore- - mailed free by Swift Speciilo Company, in Havana aro conflicting. In somo tons. While an old vessel ... Spaniards in Santiago. j. lor Infants and Children. irnlnr liflt ipii rtnmnar.4Ivi.lii nl a .lihil. Atlanta, Georgia. cases tbo town was dtolarcd to be on protty good battery mado np of four- - enforce ". HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. tho vcrgo of ttanation; in others, food toon After tbe capture of Santiago the com- Til Kind You Have Always Bought .UNO THOU11LK.S AND CON8UMITION," ami, iuo umuu diuob is jusiT in... .Beme gnus of various calibers, Hontoria OAN IIK CUBED. bined American and Cuban land forces ginning of its oommeroial aud industrial practice hla profeanion In all the court! ilvo machine guns and two torpedo WILLOhio and adjolulug countlea and Court Au Kiiilnent New York Chemist and Helen- - development. will snbdue the eutiro provinoo of SanBoars the As soon as Capt. Slgsbce'e tabes. 1st Makes a Free Offer to of Appeal. Special attention to collection!. tiago do Cuba. Steps have beon Uken Signature of l YOU came to baud the officials at tho Uur ICeaders. Passing Through the Canal. to send tho horses belonging to the First USTE-A-X- i, The distinguished New York chemist. T. A. Navy Depaitment immediately recalled Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reMadiiid, June 29. It is annouueed had last week Volunteer cavalry and tho entire com tbo ftiat that tho Spaniards liable and absolute cure for Consumption (PulThings Coming Our Way. Col of monary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, definitely that Canura'a squadron is constitution underminedby ex-- . eon, out a bulletin deserib.ng the fight , mand mounted riflemcu nnder chest stubborn Sr. Pktkusiiuuo, Juno 28. In view lung audadrctlons,diseases, decline andcoughs, passing through the Suez canal. Tbe haa demonstrated ten thousand HARTFORD, KY. general weakcatarrhal .. iwu; tint- that it Is almost infallible convoy the horses of the continued improvement of tho ness, leu of llesh, and all conditions ofvrtttlug tolls woro paid in advanco witb a draft travagance in eating, bydisrc- - Ot auih Aiuuricuu cruiser uuiuru that and l'KACTICK Iu all the Courta of SnQ JnoDi and VOMola fir away, will aend TIIKKK 1'KUH DOTTI.KS (all to collec-tloWILL Bpeclal attention g!en FOR WOMAN'S military position of tbo United States different) of his New Discoveries to anv afflicted on Paris. aettlemeut of deceilenta eitate, road caa garding the laws of nature, or I.tolar engagement wa. identified as 01 tiik iikkald Office upstair uext to Gapt. Geo. Augutti has beon instructml criminal practice. the nowspapers horo aro changing their reader "new scicuunc writing tor- them. cured Bigs- - ireaiiueiulias ills PECULIAR v.wiv UriRin'a Drug Stoic, pnystcai capital an gone, it so the tamo ono roferred to in Cart. tones to friendship for America, and thousanda Itpermanently hy ita timely ue,and he ed to continue his resistance at Manila, CONDITION OF TUB WOUNDED, a stinute Drolcsslonal duty to suffer. bee. considers . . . WEAKNESSES. now speak with contemptuous pity of ingnumaniiy lououaiea iriai 01 nia inianiDie as Admiral Camai'a'a voyage has been copyfrom W. H. Spain, tho reason being, it is alleged, cure. righted special, 1898.) Tbe United Status is now construct- - j Science dally develops new wonders, audthla expedited. The government is successitrepiiarltles and derangements. great chemist, patiently experimenting for fully onoouraging tbo belief tbat tbo n Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you. in; fivo immenso battleships. They I PiiAYA DEI, Estb, Cuda, June 80. tbe growing fear of a possiblo It has become the leading remedy years, haa produced results aa beneficial to for this class of troubles. It exerta ' Speoial Cable. alliance. Tbe Russian press, humanity as can be claimed by any modern' situation in the Philippines is by no Details in regard to s twin sorew a wonderfully healing-- , strengtheniFor sick headache. dvSDCDsia. ' are all to be the HARTFORD, KY. ng- and soothing influence upon assertion that lung B,eo1 Ewl",lllll,w the condition of tho wonnded ate as fol- - however, does not think suobansllianoo genius. Ills are curable In anytroubles and means hopeloss. It is slated tbat the consumption cMniale la hPa . witb tho menstrual organs. It curea hla prorwlon In all the -- n.,r . .. SlOmaCIl, mnhri't lOrpia very probable, and predicts that tbo firoven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed iusurgebti are tunt Dully at loggerheads whites'' and falling of the womb. VV courUofOhloaii.laUJoliiliiKCOuntleaanJ jB lows q( n,5o5 t0D. WJ,J0U American aud European laboratories in It stop Hooding- and relieves aup-Court of Appeala bpec al aitemion g yea to i;v Edward Marahall.tho New York Jour- - victory ol tho United Slates over Spain thousands from those cured in all parts of the and are begluning to al ow reluotune to onnctinntinn. Hiliniic;nnQQ n l.v Keel l'rout, ..!. Office uext iloor to collcctloua and Advertiser corresrondont, shot will lead tbe former inlo a c iloiiol poll, world. experta concede that bronchial, chest oboy tbo Americans. It is also stated I this Government, and each will be of Medical , and all kindred diseases. oy which will cveutuIly result in aeon-ilic- t and lung troublca lead tu Consumption, which, that Gen. August! has again asked perAMK8 8.ULKNN. J.8. R, WBDPINO, Tho Kontnckv in the spine, is known to bo dying. uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. with Great Britain. ipcjpT JKaDk Simply write to T. A. Hlocura. M. C. on I'lne mission to promise tbo rebels extensive I GLENN & WEDDING, and tho Kcnrsargo will each have a main ' Maj. Boll, of tho First United States ateet, New York, giving pottorhec and express cavalry, will reoover. address, and the free medicine will be promptly reforms. .battory ot22 guns, and tbo Illinois, , O.A. The Kind Yon Harc Oil aDSOlllte CUre. sent, huflerers should take instant adtautage of , BMh Capt, Knox,of the First United States l80on8in u. Kxtn Bcagtl hla generous proposition. Anarchist Schwab Dead. I otralrir (a in A iltintilfn! f.sinfll!!nn aa la Bum tha ' a main battery ot 18 gnns nease leu tne Doctor mat you,kaw nil oner Slgnatnr HARTFORD, KY. iu Tub Hartford Herald. Chicago, Juuo 80. Michael Sohwab, ;tf Byram. The wonnded pri- also Lieut. ef ATXIIJ. l'KACTICK their profeaalou In all the F.II.IIEAVRIN&CO. d.S.Raley. tCI k the anarchist, died at tbo Alexian Brothvatos in the First United SUtes oavalry of Ohio W In courta of Appeala.and aiMolnlug countlea Salisbury Hopes for Peace. F.ll.lleavrlu) aaKWCVaflaaBBM W PflOPS. Special attention glv Court anil ers Hospital to day. Sohwab was held lb KM YOU HlW AIWJ! In all oouctries moro meninges ditto whose condition is considered donbtful: Bsara tta St en to criminal practice anil collection!. Alto London, Juno SO. Ia tbo oourso ot a reipontlble, with PartonB, Spies, LIngg, Ohio county. 'Drayton, Fisher, Kean, Doll, plaoe in Jnno ll an in any 1 tber mouth Notary I'ubllc for Booth, Blfiaton speech at the Uuited Glub in London Fischer, Eagle and Keeb, for hurling In the yer. .f Newcomb and Pielle. S. :E3:.A.-srEPrimo 'Minister Salisbury siid: the dycumito bombs on May 4, 18S0, ' 22. Dressed and painful menstruation. Those in the Tenth cavalry are Redd, For Change ot Life It la the best O "Wo are now living in calmer times.ex-oep- t causing tbo doath ot sevou polioemon in Sampson to Make a Bold Attack. tnedlclno made. It is beneficial Orice and Russell. Wounded mon of start tha Till iina You nan miy. BocjM during pregnancy, and helpa to ? black olond of war, which I tboHaymarket riot. The punishment for the WAsniKaTON, June 80. The navy's tbe volunteer cavalry still In a serious bring; children into homes barren OWKNSHOItO, KKNTUGICY. s, most earnestly dceiro may bo removed, nit ted out to him win life imprisonment for years. It tuvlgorates, eharo in tho coming assault on Santiago condition ato Sobuly, O. Whitney, Na In airengtheua the whole systiriM. practice hla profession CourtDavleaa, ad- - I betweeu two great nUtes, respecting in tbo Jollet penitentiary, but on Juuo and the oCAppeali. TV lOinillECOU tem. This great remedy la ottered will probably not bo oonnned merely to thaniel Poe, JamesDeane, Frod Beal.O. Special attention kivcu iu couccuous. umcc 701 to 718 W. Market St. to all afflicted women. Why will 'Good Old Granny Metcalff," who 'whom we aro bound to fool and express 20, ISO.1?, he was pardoned and restored shelling Morro oatlo and tbo shore bat- - Keej ,na Corporal Rhodes, any woman autfer another mlnuta 80K Court Uow. One of to oitizenship by Gov, John P. Altgeld. with certain relict within reach T mado famous in tho nowspapers the scbtlment of neutrality, present plans are oarried tories. If tbe Thoso whose condition is slightly im-o- haaboen LOUISVILLE. Wins ot Cardul only coata ll.OOpex to ns by every tie of Returning to Chicago, ho resumod his bottla at your drug store. Admiral Sampson will compel the'pr0Ted M0 Morris and Miller, of tho and on bulletin boards by a Paducab tbtso is bound 2vL. O. Tit tixic; n tout nqvlrint nttiat surrender of Admiral Oervera In Bantla- - Tenth.and Albertson, Moagher.RoIand, patint caodicino firm, isdead. She died kindred and similarity of institnt'ons. position ai editorial writer on tho AraiMrcii, oirtnj jin,lotn$, tin "Ii.IIm" at Sturgis lait week. She wus born In The other fought on onr aide against beit irZeitung, but became involved in Jl'liorv'l'.ini""!"." ThiVKiiUnooil iiut' go bay. It is believed that Bampaon Watson and Dammt. irtM Co., CAatMmwgu, Hum. (NOTARY -will make a bold attempt to enter tbe Hut oh 91.OO per tiny. All the wonnded men are brave and Woodford oounty, and was eighty niuo tho threatening tyranny of tho Urst a quarrel with its directors and was Ctradsn, S. HARTFORD. KY. W. tayil foroed to resign in 1805. Ilia life slnoe years old. Sho came to .Pud a cab about Napoleon. It. 1. witiSMITH,Wins ol CardulC, home -harbor and thus assist Shaf tor in earnest, enthusiastic it uiad Hoiluotlon hy tho woolr. "III fTTIM. rRACTICH hla profcMlou In all the "While watohlng tho war into whioh tbat date was marked by extreme pov tor tailing ol tha womb and It tntlitlf six yours ago, and residod tbero until attaoking tbe Spanish ships and shelling VV courts of Ohio and adlolulnir countlea. WILL BAIIi AGAIN TUESDAY. cvrad har." Careful attention will be itlvcn to all business Nkwpobt News, Va., Jane 80, fSp. about six months ago, when sbo went to tboy have been unhappily led, we are orty, and he finally fella victim ofoon-boun- d Streetcars from all de In center of wholesale tbe batteries defending tbe town against entrusted to his care. Collections to abstain from expressing pre- - sumption. Btnrgis, She had ten children. pota pass the door. Office over Ohio County Dank 'oial. The next expedition of and Tobacco Trade a land assault. Ah n matter of fa it, t'10 Hch between thoso abundant. truth probably THE PLAN OF ATTACK. toRe-cnforcehi- m. mi to !,. -.- Com-mittc- I -- fu-tn- ro Cam-foii.m- y y Attorney at Law -A-aad. Tno. "Wilson, Surveyor, Age-Horal- d y h Attorney at Law, E. Damdmm, ATTORNEY AT IE. ATTORNEY AT T. Little Pimples Turn to Cancer. Foot-Kas- 1 five-inc- Attorney at Law, J. B.VICKERS, WEDDING, e, DKr-KN- y fore-enforc- Attorney at Law CC Cflr Blood Attorney at Law, Z 1 CASTOR A I .".: V ;"',,' rt Attorney at Law, BARNES, E. E. ARE BANKRUPTtahealth, & w Attorney at Law, NEVER DESPAIR XSS 'S'" - ;...... Winrinlui - . ... 1 ... .... Anglo-America- first-oUs- I k'8 t..r .!..,.. - I Utt S LIVer PIUS Tg LAWYERS ITORXA. OAHVOnXA. Cl&ffi&&&t ' j. Attorney at Law, lew Phoenix Hotel, Earnett, 77 TOZIZA. atimu-late- ut at Law, dlrw-tlot- re-e- fmwmw$MW4 (.ipilUMU liNWIIJLIJi ,tho ,aflrae timoLloylng, KfltllH . Hlubc torn ,,own l,y n,ob yio!onC0, .These nnd other rumors relating to the coming execution are no doubt iToprietor KIUNK L. FEI.1X ... vap0rjgg 0f 80mo irresponsible "'' or IIKliKllMATTIIKWS. tulkere, but Tin: Hkiiai.I) desires to " ' " say for tho good of those whom it may Subscription $tir'tar,iniulmuee collcctll lnRl t)cro uro Very many people who are in no humor to see ! Ohio county disgraced by a mob of Wkdnbsdat, July 0. any kind or for any purpose Sheriff' Stevens aud his corps of To The world moves forward. The llable deputies will bo aided in every Courier. Journal now refers to tho way by a largo number of special of the Chicago platform as deputies made up from among tho "Democrats." best and most fearless men of tho Ohio county aro smil- county. It is the boastof this counTun fields of ing beneath tho most bountiful crop ty that tho law shall see its vindicaseen here for many years. Tho far tion at tho hands of the duly constimers are greatly encouraged and have tuted authorities and neither those their crops in fine condition. If by authorities nor tho whom they represent are in any means they might rcalizo a fair products there ought any humor to be trifled with or bullied price for their If anything; of this to be some money turned loose among bylaw-breakerkind should be undertaken which, our people. of course, it will not bo the partici We are afraid the glory of this war pants will como off in great luck if with Spain will all bo dished out be- they do not fare equally badly with fore our boys, who are still in camp poor Tom Hay don. at (Jhickamauga, get to tho front. Ohio county has now five bravo boys NOT PLEASED WITH THEIR CREATURES. A spirited correspondence between in the fighting about Santiago and she has a hundred more as true as Gov. Bradley's Adjutant General Castle-masteel who are ready to go when the Forrester and General J. B. commanding the First Regiment march powers that be will let them of Kentucky troops now in camp at forward. Chickamauga brings out the fact that The hanging of a criminal is not the troops who have volunteered from for retribution upon him for tho crime Kentucky to go into the army are ho has committed, but to deter othere now held in camp becauso of the from like offenso against the law. An and inefficiency of the Repubexecution of this liich function of lican officials of this State, whose duty government which takes away the it was to see that Kentucky's soldiers lite of its subject should not be behind had proper equipment for active any screen. It should bo in full view service. The soldiers from almost of heaven and earth, that tho full efevery other State have gone to the fect may be had upon those for whoso front and are sharing in the glorious restraint it is done. The statute re- victories of the American arms, while quiring tho execution of the death tho gallant Kentucky boys are forced penalty to be in an "inclosuro" with to paco the floor of their tents like only fifty witnesses to tho dreadful caged lions and reap no reward but scene ought to be repealed. confinement in a noisesomo camp. m The spectacle is a disgusting one to Moke than three mouths ago the every true Kentuckian aud there is Legislature of Kentucky adjourned this State had after having paiscd certain bills ma- no question but that if at the head of its Government a mau terially affecting the rights of every incitizen of tho Commonwealth. These more earnest in serving the high terests of the Commonwealth and less nets have now been the law for many so in putting forward his petty and weeks, but ths presumption that evincompetent henchmen, Kentuckians ery citizen shall know tho law would would uow be Bhariug in the gloribe a very violent one in this case for ous triumphs of this Spanish war. thus far nobody has seen any of these Louisville and men like Gen. laws save the clerks whine duty it is are responsible for the crowd to transcribe them, except one or two of small men in high places who now of the acts which have found so mo lord it over soldier and civilian alike publicity through the newspapers. in Kentucky, and they should take The people are justly complaining of medicine. Tho course of the this delay in printing and distribut their Kentucky administration in this mat' ing the acts. They would occupy has been fully up to tho standard but a hundred or so pages, and if the ter of Southern Republicanism, aud if the State Government at Frankfort were men like Gen. Castleman, who aided as efficient as it ought to be tho peoto put them in office, are not pleased ple would not so long be kept in the with their job they have nobody to dark relative to what the law of the blame but themselves. land is. 1(11 MUlU vua (""' sup-porte- rs g ip pcoplo now find themselves up against a most burdensome stamp tax in place of tho Iuconiu tax passed by Democrats under which tho wealth of the country would bo made to bear its proportion of tho burdens of the government in pcaco aud in war when theso things am thought of it is not a very satisfactory answer to the peoplo's just complaint to say: "Tho poople of tho United States have the profits on making the goods and can afford to provido some other means to mako the nation's receipts equal its expenditures." Tho truublo is tho "profits" on making theso goods go into the pockets of the few and out of the scanty savings of tho many. Republican tariff views and tax views have seen their last triumph during this generation. A TRAINED Sln'os ueoms able to copo with tho naCERVERA'S FLEET DESTROYED. cancrly awaiting official dispaiolies from th? BRAVE WORK. tives. Geo. SLaftcr or Admiral Sampson to As regards tho inland hurdens upon tbe people of tho Unit. know exactly wbatbag happened, They tho United States is waging a ed States ever borne by any free peo. SAMl'SON DKSTKOYS CKHVEUA'S I'OW- feel si tiefled ttat Admiral Sampson has UlUll WAItSllIl'N AT .MANA.nII.LO war which mutt havo some ol'jeetiu'. plo in times of peace, and when the' i:itroi. S(jtiAi)i:oN,H vvi: onr. roiici:. met Ccrvcra'd tloit, and credit tho reahainst It America conquers the Philippines Lhc1 them-selv- e, M'l-ntio- Sliaftcr Demands the Surrender of Santiago No Rest for Soldiers and Sailors. SOME ,,,ro righted Special, 1S9S.J OK the ui.omois DETAILS. cop). Washington, July 3. (Special.) Secretary Alger authorized this stato-niet: SOLDIERY. n When the soldiers of tho United won this war with Spain, as thoy will do, it will be tho triumph due to scientific mastery of tho forces about them. Tho superior training mental and physical of America's soldiery is making itself known to all the world, and is winning the applause and of every civilized land, except alone the laud of the Spanish don. The following incident, which occurred during the storming of the outposts of Santiago indicates the kind of soldiery the Spanish have to fight. During the bombardment of one of the Spanish fortifications a fort was demolished." A dispatch tells what followed: States shall have fought and to a dispatch sent by Secretary Alger to Mnj. Oon. Shatter asking why ho had not sent tho Government moro dispatcher, this cablegram was received: " 'Pl-iy- Dolestc, Jnly 3, headquarters fifth army corps. Did not as I was too buBy looking attor things that had to bo attended to at once, and did net wish to send any nows that was not folly confirmed. 4iianlali flnol luff il1n (,nltn tl.la morning and is rerorted as practically destroyed. " 'I demanded tho surrender of tbo city at 10 a. m. At this honr (4:30 p. m.) no reply has boon received. Perfect quiet all along the lino. " 'Situation has been precarious on account of difficulties of supplying command with food, and tremendous fighting capabilities shown by the ono-m- y from bis almost impregnablo posiSnAFTKn.' " tion. now THE NEWS CAME. Washington, Jnly, 3. (Speoial.) President McKinloy and his oabinet y have been deliberating upon important and gratifying nows from tho front. Acoording to dispatches received Col. Allen, in charge of tbo cable station from at Playa Deleste, by Qen. Qrcoly, telo-grap- h, "In answer ports from Col. Allen thnt they have nil been destinyed except one, but they do not know win Hicr the engagement no curred itmido or outside tho harbor. This statimetit was given out at tho war department about midnight. Gun. Shatter telegraphs early this morning: "Playa del Kate, Jnly 3. I sent a for tho immediate surrender of Santiago, threatening to bombard tho city. I believe the place will bo surrendered." This contradicts tho report that Gen. Shutter I in fallon back. Spain's naval rowcii nnsTnovKn, From all tho information that is at hand, tho authorities, at the honr this diepatoh is filed, consider that Spain's naval power in tho Atlantic has been destroyed and that Santiago is now at tho meroy of Gen. Shaffer's army and Admiral Sampson's fleet. Tbore was a conference at ths White House between President McKinl.y, Vico President Oobart, Seoretary Postmaster Ganoral Smith, Secretary Alger, Gen. Corbin and Assistant Secretary Alton. When it adjourned Secretary Al'or ttated that Mr. Alton was preparing a ititemont whiob wonld d Wil-Bon, and retniiiH them, or if Spain Disabled a Torpedo Boat and Several Gunboats I relin-qiiiHlie- x 11 he Hot net Badly Injured. I)l!() H'l III III 'rillinr-.i- l (From righted sptclnl, II AIICIII'MI, copy- Iheui to I lie t'nlled Slate, i lie thoy will lie Hie Int icrVliy right of war. It is not probable that any power will disputo their possession. Should Spain, however, lose them without tho United Stiit-conquering them, and Senator Tillmmi repudiates annexation, thou all tho countries interested m tho far East would be concerned us to their fate." H ofthe&tair IM Wit i Admiral Kiiuiioti Fleet, off Santiago, via Playa del Kt', Jnly U. Speclbl Cable. -- Three osbcIh u( Admiral Sampson's lleot I nve just rt turned from uu adventurous i xpcdition to Man-zltu, during whiob fiey Bunk two Spanish gunboats, one nloop, and ono pontoon, disabled n Spanish torpedo boat, considerably damaged sovornl of tho enemy's gunboats and comin lied tho commander of a troop ship to run her n ashore. Ono of Admiral Sampson's vcrsulr, tho Hist, was struokelovon times, and another, the Hornet, was disabled by a shell, which hit her main tt'am pipe. She was towed out of danger by tho (From Wampatuck. Admiral Sampson sent the Hit, tho Hornet and tho Wnmpatnck to Man- zanillo to destroy fonr Spanish gunboats bich tho Admiral had been informed ... as tho clerk conld rroparo and copy it. were ...... that harbor. mul.,,m,r,..a. Copy I righted Special, 1S9S FOUND NINE VESSELS Washington, July 4. (Special.) This dispatch was received from Lieut. Col. Allen, at Playa del Esto, Cuba, about half t tS o'clock this morning, "All tho Spanish ships dottroyed but one, and thoy are close after her. Spanish ran their ships oloso to shore, set them on tire and then thoy exploded." In answer to a cable sent Lieut. Col. Allen after the receipt of the first report eonoorning the destruction of Admiral Cas-tlem- The OwenBboro Inquirer is about the only one of our country exchanges which persists in the course of folly pursued by several of thorn in the last Presidential campaign and still refuses to be good, although the whole face of tho earth and Louisville has insisted on goin Democratic at every opportunity since so many Itubes were induced to buy a gold brick from a certain advance agent of a prosperity which never came. The Inquirer is not pleased with anything and kicks at all the Democrats do. They have nominated a candidate for Congress in the Second district wh is a man of such superior character and attainments that nothing can be fouud to say against him. Ho is a Democrat, however, and that seems to be the peach beneath tho diaphragm of tho Inquirer, If the finally concludes not to support Henry Allen lor Congress this year, he will probably get along without it. Others have done so. er PRIVATE EXECUTION. Dom.ah wheat was rolled like a sweet morsel uuder the tongues of certain political teachers in this country and we were promised that the price of wheat thanks to certain money views of those in power should not go below a dollar under the beneficent effects of the gold standard. Unfortunately for these mongers of money views, but still more unfortunately for the poor producers of thu wheat, that staplo is uow down to about GO cents again. By some strange and unexplained coincidence the rise in tho price of wheat seeun under present conditions to occur when the farmer has no longer any to sell, aud to go dowu again just about the time his bins are full. If the gold standard is to furnish dollar wheat, The IIkk-i.i) suggests that those who are using that system to help wheat prices will npply the remedy while it may help our friends the farmers, aud not wait until all tho wheat is in the hands of millers and speculators and then force poor people to buy $8.00 flour when tho farmer no longer has any wheat to sell. high-priced A THE LAW WILL BE UPHELD. r Various wild eyed rumors of mob violence to attend the approaching execution of Tom Hayden have come One to the ears of the authorities. rnmnrsRVH Hnvdpn ialnlinrnlr.naf.il by a mob of his friends and fellow criminalr; another that thu enclosure surrounding the place of execution Much misapprehension seems to exist in tho minds of many people In relative to the form and manner in but in great earnestness, we ask you to come up promptwhich the death penalty is required ly. Examine the date on the little tag opposite your to be enforced by the law of this TOWED OUT OP UASflE. denotes that you owe from that date until tho After the Wampituck had succeeded name. State. Some have even denied the tho Hornet, sho in getting lino existence of a law requiring the exepresent time, or as far in the future as you care to pay. steamed outa to sea towith tho disabled . 1 a 11 1 4 f t, T 1 cution of a felon to be in private and r mi oacK years are vessel in tow. The llist followed doso mils, "jonn oniun iz uct. vo: have allowed themielves to indulge SI .25 a year, whilo if paid in advance or during tho year, B,ter pouring shot at tho enemy until in criticism of the officers whose unSo you will see that 3.50 will set Mr. it is 1 a year. pleasant duty it is to hang Tom Hayden, because, forsooth, these officials Smith up to October 12, 1898. This is just a sample and vessels succeeded inBinkingUo of tho track. ono sloop and ono . Spanish aunbcut, have given it out that Tom will bo The Suwanee's last shot had struck 1.1, (. nosit f :,,..,-- , "VTiTTTG .. J pontoon. 1 hey also disabled tbo eno- right at the base ol the flagstaff and had hanged in t n enclosure. blown it clear out of the wreckage which my's torpedo lo.t, did mnch damage to N To disabuse the minds of the mishad held it. to our subscribers to heed this request. If you cannot pay reveml of tbo gnuboats in tho harbor, "Well done," signaled Admiral Sampinformed and to emphasize upon those and madu a impression on thu son to Lieut. Commander Dclehanty. let us havo at least a dollar or two. It will bo a great g)flni8ll Ittndmarked whose morbid curiosity will bring taltwIefc They uUo dis. To conquer men like that requires them to Hartford next Monday that help and highly appreciated. Don't put it off, bllt look covered the Purissima Conception and more than the bull-dosavagery of two large transports lying in tbo bar-bothoy will not bo able to see Tom Hayup your date and send or bring it to us AT ONCE. Spaniards. brutal den hanged, The Herald quotes Yours hopefully, from tho Kentucky Statutes, section Wbat Sampson Did Saturday. 20,000 Men to be Sent South From The Hkkai.d. 1137, which reads as follows: Chickamauga. Oil Santiago, July 2, via Port Antonio ate "t 1137. PunUhuient by death-p- rit and Kingston, July 8, 12:10 a, m. AdChickamauga National Military Park, execution expenses, Persons sentenced miral Sampson bombarded tho fortificaGa Jnly a. was another quiet to suffer death shall be hung by the neck stationed in Now York, and transmitted Cervera's fleet this cable was rooeived tions of tbo harbor of HaUiago for the Sunday at tho 1 ark. The sun poured until dead by the sherllTof the county, or Secretary of War, Admiral Samp- by tbo President at 1 o'ebek this mornother person designated by the court, it fourth timo this morning. Tbo bom- to the ed down intensely hot, bnt the presenco son has mot and destroyed all of Admiral ing: uch time as the court shall order,and the bardment lasted from 5M to 7:45. The of a good breeze was a sonrco of great except ono vessel, whiob "Roport of the destruction of Admirexecution shall take place In some Indus-lirdamage was moro sovero than in previous Cervera's fleet rolief from the heat. TborcgimoQta all convenient to the prison where the tho vessels of bis sqandron aro now pur- al Cervera's nVet confirmed. Allen. " spent tbe day quietly in camp, except bombardments. Tbo onemy'a fire was defendant it confined, In the presence of Qen. Shatter has demanded suing, and A rumor is in circulation that Admir- tbatsomo of the troops by poi mission silenced, Mono Castle was badly knocknot more than filly person, ten of whom momentarily expects tho surrender al Cervoia is among tbo dead on tbe may be designated by the court rendering went upon tbe moanlain. ed abont and tbo eastern, western and and ot Santiago. the judgment, and the remainder by the Spanish fleet. One report says he comLate in the afternoon an order arrived Pntita Gorda batteries wero torn up in Acoording to tho message, whiob fltet mitted suicide. sherlu" executing It. No fee shall be It may havo been, from War Department to Gen. Brooke many places. charged to any person permitted to wit- came through tbo source indicated, Ad- bowover, that ho remainad on his flagTho Spanish flag which has flown all to designato about 20,000 men for immetiess the execution. The time fined for miral Cervera's fleet, in desporato straits, ship and perished when its magazine ex'the execution of the sentence shall not lie the timo on Morro Cattle wasshot down diate departuro to tho South, and at mado en effort to leave tbo harbor and ploded, less than twenty nor more than ninety by the Oregon. No cusnalticB wero reonco thero wob great exoitemont aud run tho gantlot ot tho American fleet, das after sentence Is pronounced, unless ported in tbefleit. THE HAIinoil HAS BEEN COUNTERMINED. buBtlo in tho camp. Gen. Iirooko de the public peace aud safety, In the opinno was partially successful, but was Tho onemy's tire was light, though mot by a fierce firo from . Tnunn ion of the court, require a shorter time. Wl UITI iri1rr Tnltt sasi clined to make public tbo order, but it tho vessels of i9 understood that ho has eelcctod tbo The expenses of the execution and burial soveral ships cumo near being hit by Admind Sampson's timadron, which, undor Gen. Milts loaves to shall be paid out of the Treasury." small shells. One of theso missiles following in hot pursuit, engaged Shafter, and San Juan will como next. Fir,t division of tho Firtt corps and two and Tho officials of Ohio county did not passed ovtr the forecastle of the flagship destroyed all tho vessels ot the Spanish Watson's squadron shirts this week for brigades of tbo Second division to bo mako this Iuw, but thoy will see that Now York while Admiral Sumpson was once. Tho Firtt division is Spain. Every plan is arranged for tho moved squadron exoopt one. it is enforced to the letter and they on tho bridge assault by laud and sea on Santiago to- - composed of tho following regiments: ONLY ONE 81111' ESCAPED. F,r8t Kontuoky, Third Siboney, Provinco of Santiago do Cu - FiratbriSal): will linvn At tliAlr fllnnncml n fnrnn A later repot t was to tho effect that morrow if the Sronish city docs not Bur I ha, Jnly 1, 8 p. Wieoonsin, Fifth Illinois ; Seoond brig via Playa del Este render. AdmiralSampsou hadforced his way inamply sufficient to accomplish tho ,n Tr'nemiB8ion At thia aro boing hurried to ade: Fonrtb Ohio, Third Illinois.Fouith laws enforcement, nnd if thero he hour lno fighting still contiunes. The to tho harbor and hud destroyed all of Gon. Shaftor ncder command of Gon. Pennsylvania; Third brigade: Sixtoonth any lawless persona who are coming1 ontiro reserves of tho American army Admiral Cervera's fleet except one. Pennsylvania, Second Wisoonsiu, Third Tho following dispatch was reooivsd Miles bimsolf. to Hartford Monday with any other, havo been ordered to tho front at once, at the war department: At the war connsel held for Kentucky; Seoond division, First brig., i, Miobigan, ICOtb Iudi-an"Playa Deleste, Jnly 8. Siboney men .1 throe or fonr hours long. Day, Alger, ade: Thirty-firs- t ttiey will linu themselves up apparently with tbo Intention of foroing conflrma statement that all tbo Corbin, Miles onr way into Santiago do Cuba. Tho Firtt Georgia; Second brigade: being and tbo President against the power of tho great Comtioops Luvo advanced nearly t tho city, Spanish ilea except ono warship des- presont, it was decided to hurry Sixth Ohio, 108th Indiana, First West troyed and burning on tbo beach. It monwealth of Kontucky which is bnt the fortifications aro very ftrong. was witnessed by Col. Smith, who told Watson's departnro in every Virginia. amply ahlo to enforco its statutes. Our losses aro heavy. An ofllour from operator. No doubt of its correctness. possiblo way. Spanish Spy Shot. Allen." the Hold ettimotca our killed and woundIf nothing oconrs to prevent, this fast Anotbor dispatch was reoeived at tho j THE PUBLIC REVENUE. Baiquiih, Jnly 1. Roosovolt'a Rough ed at over 1,000. moving toward tho will bo ,war depaitment this afternoon from squadron Riders on last Monday captured a SpanOur Republican neighbor rises on Col. Wagnor, stating that Oon. Pando Spanish coasts by Wednesday night. ish spy. Ho. was found np a treo taking How's This? one of theso hot days of Republican Camara is to bo sought ont if possible We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any bad not yet arrived, and that bis forco notes of tbo American camp. The Bpy and engaged by Commodore Watson. war taxes to remark: case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's consisted of only 5,000 men. Oen. Garwas turned over to tbo Cubans, wboshot Tflllir Is all right, and it "The Dowoy is expected to tako Manila Catarih Cure, cia occupied suoh a position with 3,000 off. will provide sulHcleut revenues forteace. I'. J. Cheney Kc Co., Toledo, O. Saturday night, and tbo resnlt can him and then out his bead men as to prevent tbo cntmcco of Qen. ful Coierument If the usual importations Sorgt. Elwel, of tho Second Infantry, We, the underlined, hae known K.J, Cheney guessed evon now, knowing Dowey'a bo of foreign gootlsare made. If the receipts forthelastij years, aud believe him perfectly Pando into Santiago. tho heat. conrago and coolness as tbo Araorioan died from of foreign goods are decreased, the peo8PANI8II LOSSES honorable In all business transactions made by ple of the United Slates will hac the Thoy havo ono dispatch from Oon. people do, So it can bo seen that thia Will Not Interfere. their firm. profits ou makiuKthegoodsandcati then west & Trua. wholesale DruKKists, Toledo, o. Shatter, filed at 8 o'clook this afternoon. is to bo another week of stirring events, Behlin, July 1, Tho National Zei- airord to provide some other means to ""i0' w,oU'",,eDru, The General states that ho has demand- - in whiob all interest will contar. ToBi,edKoo"a tnnp, oommonting on the speech mado make the nation's receipts equal Its ei- nd expects the surrender of Santla- pendltures " Washington, July 4. Tho floet de- by Mr. Tillman in the United States Hall's catarrh Cure is taken intaruaiiv. .etinc This m!L'ht sound well if it had any directly upou the blood and mucous surfaces of w- - He sho confirms the report via stroyed ani Oervera is taken a pritoner. Senate, again asserts that Germany has to tho tff-c-t that Gen, Every vessel in Cervera's fleet sunk or no intention of intorferonco in tbo mnantnif. hut whon it U rAirntinlinroil ""system. Te.llraoiilala sent free. I'rlce 7SC Madrid tjer bottle. Sold by all Diugglkts, " Linares has boen mortally wounded, burned and 1,300 prisoners oapturod. Philippines boyond piotooting her eub-- i that tho Dingley Tariff bill has proHall'a family I'ills are the best. and that half of his command has been Tboro woro soveral hundred Spaniards jeots in cjso ot necessity. It adds: duced a deficit of a million dollars a rendered horsdu oainbat. drowned or oromatod and only one "Suohacasois by no moans unlike-- 1 month in treasury receipts while at Tho Presidont and his adviser are Amorioan life lost, ly as neithor Spain nor tbo Unitsd "The flag has been shot down," shouted the ship's crew.but heu thesmoke cleared away the emblem of Spain was seen to be still flying aud biasing brilliantly In the sun, though the llagstafT was bending toward the earth. Appateitly the Hag. staff had been caught firmly in the wreckage of the fort, A few more shots leveled the battlements until the old castle was a pitiful sight. When the firing ceased Lieut. Delchan-ty- , of the Suwanee, was anxious to finish his worL,so he signaled to the New York asking permission to knock down the Spanish (lag. "Yes," replied Admiral Sampson, "If you can do it in three shots," The Suwanee then layabout i,6ujards from the old fort. She took her time. Lieut. JJlue carefully aimed the four-incgun, and the crews of all the ships watched the incident amid Intense excitement. When the smoke of the Suwanee's first shot cleared away, only two red streamers of the flag were left. The shell had gone through the center of the bunting. A delighted yell broke from the crew ol the Suwanee. Two or three minutes later the Suwanee fired again and a huge cloud of debris rose from the base of the flag-stafFor a few seconds It was impossible to tell what had been the effect of the shot. Then it wasseen that the shell had only added to the ruin of the fort. The flagstaff seemed to hate a charmed existence, and the Suwanee had only one chance left. It seemed hardly possible for hei to achieve herobject with the big gun such distance and such a tiny target. There was breathless silence among the watching crews. They crowded on the ship's decks and all eyes were on that tattered rag, bending toward the earth from the top of what once had been a grand old castle. But, It was only bending, not yet dowu. Lieut. Com. Dclehanty and Lieut. Blue took their time. The Suwanee changed her position slightly. Then a puff of smoke shot out from her side and up went a spoutiug cloud of debris from the parapet aud down fell the bannerof Spain. Such yells from the flagship will probably neter be heard again. There was more excitement than is witnessed at the finish of a college boat race or a popular race between first class thoroughbreds ou some big To Subscribers Of the Herald, . i -- Inttead of finding only thnt array of fighting cralt, tho American vessels in crescunt formation, nino vessth, including u torpedo boat and a crniser. They also futtud themselves dunked by land batteries and armed pontoons, while a heavy battery of Hold artillery ws in position on the water front toald iu makiug vutm tho reception of Sampson'd vessels. In addition to this formidable display tbo Spaniards showed several gnns in tho fort on the hill, whilo tho shore for two miles was lined with soldierp, who maintained a tierce fusillado. PITCHED IN ANYHOW. When Is indicated by Us condition. the natural secretions decrease; when the hair becomes dry, splits at the ends and comes out Incomblngt when hair beSPIRIT OF THli PKHSS. the tfloss disappears and thehealth of comes gray or faded, the III the hair Is Indicated. The success of WELL. NOW, HO Tlll'.r WOULD. AYER'S HAIR 'VIGOR is due to Mn)field .Minor the fact that It restores the The L.oIdbti);8 proved that tho frco organs to their natural vigor. coinago of silver was not necessary to It encourages and promotes the secreraiso thoprico of wheat to a dull tr a tions of the hair follicles, and thus bushel; aud now our farmers would like gray or faded hair regains its original to see urn do it aguiu. color, new growtn begins, and lost lus111: cami: to (iiui:k. tre Is restored. IKuvellvillc Herald l.edKer A colored man is (aid to havo died "I bar used neur Gordousville Monday fiom thu effect of trying to thai Clint Gordon's chiokeus. Mr. Gordon heard a commotion among his 'chiokeus Saturday night. Ho went out to investigate taking his shotgun with him. Ho tired both barrkls at tho retreating tbiof and next morning found two dead chickens ou tbo sceno of sctiou. It was evident from this that bo bud got the range, A colored man in tho neighborhood was for flltsen years. Itcausta taken violently ill next day with the hair toksep Its natural j ,.3ss5Aj color and Is a positive cure "fever." He grew worse rapdily aud T. 11. lor baldness" died Monday. "It was tho ouristest WKYANT, W'eyant, r"a. fever I ever seen," tuiJ one darkey, "it broko out in his sido iu two plaoes, and ho didn't live hardly uo timo." THE LATESTNEWS. HE WAH 1'OIHONED. ng M tfyers IgS Jftair fwSjf Hg Vigor Owensboro Inquirer 1 If such a rise binco these war times consumption has advanced Wo are compelled to mnch dam8C0 when .. v 8trnck ' the newspapers have not escaped Jiniini tt irrnnf 111,411. jiiuii tut ilin to-nv i;iiiuiuv - ' Daring tbo . engagement tbo llist was vfii bills iawiji rn tiiii'Oii ifi-- 1111 tit I'tit i i utit lool . mftdGluo:uQin siuniBU aRtt sides advances in other lines of printers' goods. To meet ('linnnfH urlin tiTintrfxl or thenilntilnoRH rrnntii tins increase 111 raw material, most nouses nave advanced in their aim than havs the Sraoish price on articles of consumption, in many instances 'ners stationed in the forts along tho Coast. , , ,.. rm , , . ne They succeeded in hitting tho Hist ueing compelled 10 tto so in oruer 10 mane a prom. newspapers have not yet advanced their prices, but may eleven limes, uui iuo piucKy i.iue emu withstood tho bmvy tiro gallantly. have to do so in order to save themselves. Again and again sho ran close up to tbo Undaunted by this formidable array, the little American vessels steamed into the harbor and began an attack. Their lire was returned by tbo HpantsU ves began, almost every article ot eels, and for two honrs a hot tlbt tm ' In price. In this rise of prices, sed. Shots repeatedly went straight ... . gun-th- o 1 1 I 1 should take place, Tiik IIkkam), in sparing its subscribers, will be among the last to raise its price. However, we are compelled to appeal to our subscribers to pay up moro promptly. We are at considerable more expense U formerly and must have money to meet our bills. We havo to pay CASH for the paper we print on.every sheet of it. CASH Ink and type calls for Vicjtt on the spot. Our employes must be paid CASH for their work every Saturday evening. In fact everything that printers use calls for CASH. No credit goes. Our subscribers can plainly see that such an outlay of CASH calls for CASH from them. enemy's vessels, persittently refuting to draw away becanso of tho accuraoy of tbo Spanish aUn. HOitNET WAH William Smith, a teuaut on tho old Hawcs place, near Powers, died Saturday morning at t o'clock, and tho circumstances and his sm toms apparently jmUfy tbebdicf thathowaeioisoned. Some days ago Smith was taken very sick and sufl'erid greatly with pains iu his ttouiitcb. Somo pcoplo went to tbo spring from which ho had taken a drink of water and found it dammed up and somo Paris grccu in tho water and at Medical aid wb summoned tho edge. and ovejj thing possiblo was done to savo Smith, but all to uo purirase. Dr. Moormao, who atteuded him, declined to say whttber he was poisoned or not, but tho neighbors of thu dial man Lave no doubt of it, uud tiiey my Micro is a good reason why ceitiiu parties wanted him out of tho way, Juno Mclutyre, who lived on tbo samfplnce. olso took a dnuk of tbo same water, und he too, has been very ill, and is cot yet out of danger. It was reported a day or two ago tbat several persons besides tho two named wero sick, bat there are no other cases. Smith's wife did not use water out of (bo spring. An Explanation. The reiiion for tho great opiilarity of Hocd'4 b'ariiiratilla lies in the fact that this medicine ositively cures. It is America's Greatest Medicine, and the American people havo tin abiding confidence in its merits. They buy and tako it for simple as well as serions ailments, confident that it will do tbo good. 1 D1SAIILKI). a spirit of kindness, It Cut for the accident to the Hornot the Amcricuu tcsbcis womu not nave wiiu-taI.A DAnnn al..nn miui ftl. !.... wn uianu uuui iud dvuuu nfln. uUKUK hnu hours, nuou iuu urmg was uoueoi a "hell wont scurrying in the direction of the Hornet, striking the main kteampipo 0f that vessel, scattering over the deck and doing mnch damage, As soon as the Hist and tbo Wampa-tncdiscovered that tbo Hornit bus disabled their captains decided that it wonld be useless to fight longer against snob a superior enemy. Accordingly tbo Wampatnck hastened to tbo mono of the Hornot, tho Hist meantime keeping np its sharpest Ore. ?. il Tho American loss in tho first two days' battlo will probably reach twelvo hundred killed and wounded. Tho Ftankfort Ledger is authority for tho Btatomcnt tbat lion. John Yonug llrown Las decided not to mako tbo raco for Governor. Tho threo days' fighting leaves the American t too fl in so strong a position that tho fall of Santiago was pronounced only a qutttlou of hours. A United States registered letter and money ordor has bcon opened at Daiquiri, Cuba, by L. Kempner, of the New York iotofllce. Another now submarine boat, tho Had-diehas been given a successful trial at Milwaukee. These vcssols aro destined to become a factor in naval nar-far- o iu tbo very near future. Tho Globe Helloing Company ilant together with a scoro of other buildings wero destroyed by firo at Louisville latt Sunday evening, entailing a loss of about gOO). There was about 312-000 of this insured. In a hoad-encollision on tbo Illinois Central railroad ono milo from Padncah Jake Thomson, tho engineer, of one of tbo freight trains was killed and Henry lteoves, a firemen, probably fatally whilo several others of the train crews wero seriously hurt. Doth engines wero completely wrecked. Loss cttimatcd at 30,000. post-ofllco z, d k Hood's Pills cure i.ll liver ills. Mailed for 2.io. by O. I. Hoed Co., Lowell, Muss. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Tako Laxativo Uromo Quinine Tablets. All iiruggut refund tbo money if it falls to Cure. 25c. bL 1PECK ah I We earnestly appeal "For threo years wo havo never boon without Cbamborlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemcdy in tho lionse." aaya A. II. Patter, with E. O. Atkins k Co., Indiana; oils, Iud., and my wife would as soon think of being without flour as a bottle of this Remedy in tbo summer unison. Wu havo used it with all three of onr children and it lias never failed to cure not simply stop pain, but euro absolutely. It is all right, and nnvono who tries it will llud it so." For solo by Z. Wayno Griffin .V Ilro , Hartford, A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Jno. X. Taylor, Cromwell, m. Eph Lillard Elected Warden of the Forniorly Governor of Wisconsin and Mayor of Milwaukee, and author of "Peck's Bad Boy," I jus been secured by School Supt. Kon Rogers to doliver leeture,en-title- d d his world-renowne- : mi Frankfort Penitentiary. FitANKFOitT, Kv., Juno 80. Tho prison commissioners latt night, Jnly 1st, elected Col. Eph Lillard, of Jcsramino county, warden of thu Frankfort and Col. Gorvis Stone, of "Good bad boys and r. poni-tcntiar- y, To-da- y e Sponcor county, clerk, nenry Smith, pf Howling Green, was elected warden at Eddyvlllc. The other officers will bo elected soon. Tho commissioners nnnonnccd tho application of all members of tho legislature for places will be turned down as ineligible. Col. Eph Lillard, tbonowwardon, vrai backed by Blackburn. Badpodboys," At tho Court null hero at 8 o'clock p. in. on 1 Muni nv - hvADinir I EVERY BRIDE and wife should know about the pre paration that for half n century has been helping expectant mothers bring little ones into the world without danger and the hundred and one discomforts and distractions incident to It child-birth. Aug. lit. A I 1898, Being tho first day of tho Institute to be held bore for tho presont year. This is an opportunity of a o and all who can do so should tako advantage of it. This, tho greatest among all humorists, says: "My idea of tho boy is that ho is tho greatest institution of tho country, becauso if it wasn't for tho boys, whore would our country bo in a few years? Theso boys aro to beconio mon, and tho foundation of tho man is laid in tho boy. Of courso, J don't liko to toll you in advance what my lecture is to be, but J am lioinc to brinir out somo ideas of my own in regard to tno government ot boys. life-tini- is applied externally, which is the only way to get relief. 1 Medicines taken internally will not help and may !WL result in harm. to-da- I o Com-mand- W In Mother's Friend fits and prepares every Hliife-lc- bo-fo- r2 X"4 action is doubly bene- rtnrinrr tlin tulml. , r periou oi pregnancy, SI per bottle at all drug stores, or sent by mail on receipt of price. $ Lr ' nlfll tortures anil n.iins. Jay's comine is made nuicK anu easy, its organ, muscle and part of the body for the critical hour. It robs of its child-birt- h rr If -- MCfwl :'" -- y n Hooks Frek, containing valuable to all women, will be sent to any address upon application by Infor-maljo- r - Take The Herald. The Bradfield Regulator Co., General Admission, 35 cents. AtlaaU, Ga. Reserved Seats, HO conts. " VvtMI,lhiir m u liiails tiftl. i Itlfa V Mf- -- f 'lU'Wr frm, ., . n caa ywtw ta .. ...- -. ..-- , . .. . , - y. ,M. FTfrXhy.l. "" jf '" i There wero also sixtcou second theso havo to bo paid by tbo seller, in A New Votliip WAR REVENUE BILL. Precinct Established. The World's Great and five third-clas- s certificates awarded tlrst instance at least, they will causo Ohio County Court, Juno term, 1898. and twonty-onTho highest HV.NOI-.1Ifailures. Blood Purifier is OF TIIK l'KOVIHIONS THAT tho purchasing public littlo confusion. L. P. Fulkorson, ot a!., motion to esgrado mado on any ono subject 100 Tho stamps on snob artiolcs ns bank tablish voting precinct. Hood's Sarsaparilla, KOi'i.i: must know aiiout. awardodto John Wood in arithmetic! I don't believe there ever checks, however, are llkoly to causo no L. P. Fulkorson, J. M. Evorly, B. L. tho lowofit grado on anjouo subject 10 was so good a pill as Ayer's. littlo inconvonionco to thoso who do Wood, V. D. Which absolutely Fulkerson. F. BrntoW. per ceut. on arithmetic What Must Bear Revenue Stamps uot lake tbe pains to understand tbo I have been a victim of terJesso Evorly, W. N. Evorly oud others Cures every form of provisions of tbo law. On and after Died at her residoneo at Bcda on tho rible headaches, and never and the Stamp That Each having filed u potitioninthlsconrtnrav. Impure blood, from last Friday a bank check not bearing 29tu nit., of consumption, Mrs. Nancy found anything to relieve me ingthooourttoestablishnvotingpreoinct tho proper internal revenue stamp can E. Cook, wifo of Rov. W. E. Cook. Must Have. The pimple on your so quickly as TIk early days of July will prove thrifty at uoraivo, boundary heroin after Bet not be honorod by tho bank on which it out Funeral servloos were condueted by and tbe couit being sufficiently ad Face to the great days to yon hero. We've many .superis Revs. G. J. Bean and Joo Ab Bennett, KKKI'TIIIS FOB fdtuiik iti.ri.m.NCK at drawn. These stamps are to be had vised it is ordered that tho motion be tbo intornal rovonuo collector's offlco, after whioh bor remains wero interred ior values in regular lines in broken Scrofula sore which and as a gonoral thing tbo local banks sustainod and voting precinct establishin Boda oomotory in tho prosenoo of a The war lots odds and ends from the busy seaDrains your system. large circlo of sorrowing frionds and last Friday,stamp taxes wont into effect will bo preparod to supply their custom- ed, bounded as follows: viz: BeginC. L. NEWMAN, Dug Spur, V. and on and aftor that dato ning at mouth of Lewis crook, thonco ers. Tho Bank of Hartford has been Thousands of people rolativcs. son, and as is our usual cuom, we A good obrlstinn Indy has all bank obecks, bills of exchange, h with said oreok to tho mouth of West selected as tho rovonuo collector's agent boon called to hor final resting plaoe. mossagoB and many other doc Prong oreok, tbonoo with West Prong Judge II. H. Cook, Chancellor Sixth clear them quickly. We do not hesiTestify that Hood's at this plaoe. Pcaeo to her ashos and oondolonoe to nmonts specified It is to tho oroek to a bridge on tho in tho schedules of tho Centertown tate to name the prices that will do it. Chancery Division. Sarsaparilla cures hor bereaved husband and children. war rovonuo law must bear rovenue telegraph oflloes will bo proparod to and Rockport road, tbonoo a straight supply stamps for tolograph messages. ThoBattlo of Gettysburg is indeed It's the volume of trade we're after in line north-weDied at tho residence of his son, W. stamps. Following is a list of tho more Postago stamps Scrofula, Salt Rheum, to a bridgo on Williams' tbo grandest and nio-- t rcallstia Oycloracan not bo usod as crook at important stamp taxos that M. mouth of lane on tho William ma in America. .Inly, and tbo botween-seaso- n buyer Dyspepsia, Malaria, day Boyd, near Centertown, last Fri- eueot tbo largest number ofaro likely to revonuo stamps. As ono studies this persons Warden farm, including on lino C. P. great of old age and a complication of Tho Iooal agents of tbo cxprosa compainting it teaches a puaco sermon gets the benefit of the low sweep to the Catarrh, Rheumatism, Bonds, dobentnrcs or certificates of panies Brown, W. P. Render, D. M. Hnbbard diseases, Undo Elijah Boyd. Ho was havo been notified that begin that oan never bo forgotten. Every and J. P.Itowo and exclnding Charles yonng prices. in the 80th year of hit age. His re stock or indebtedness issued after July ning with last Friday And That Tired man in America should seo it, thoy must quote Hill's farm.thenoe with Williams's crook and learn a lesson of mains were interred in the Cannon l, 1B'J3, on eaob 8100 of faco value, 6a rates plus tho government tax, whioh to truo patriotism. Feeling:. Remember this burying grounds near old Caney preits month, tbenco with Green rivor to Cortiucates of stock, original issues means that tho express is well worth ono'a timo and monoy. companies are the beginning. It is further ordered It And get Hood's cinct, this county, last Sunday in the of, on orcanizition or reorganization, not going to pay tho one cent required eaoh of face value, For Sale. And only Hood's. prcsenoe of a largo circle of friends and onSales $100agreements to Co. on overy roooipt issued to shippers of that tbo voting plaoe bo established at or Ceralvo. Copy attest. soil stock in freight by express A fine lot of yellow pryor tobacco relatives. Peace to his ashes and conand two cents on any association, oompany or corporaplants. I otn furnish in anv quantity, M. S. Raoland, O. O. O. dolence to his relatives abd friends. It's ovon better than that, in the items eaoh domestio monoy order and four Ubk Iolkiikaht's Swans Down. at most nasonable prices. For further tion, each 8100 of faoo value, 2c. By J. II. Thomas, Deputy Clerk. oents on foreign monoy orders of 8100 particulars, address F. T. Smith and Charles Wells, who Salo or agreement to sell any that follow. You got tho lion's sliaro Mr, John P. Berryman, who has been 21tf E. R. Cobu. Rosine. Kv. and less, and four cents for eaoh addiaro charged with stealing two horses of merchandise at any exobango, in Central City, Nob., for somo time, has of the profits, for in our desire to push tional hundred or fraction thereof. near Pleasant Ridge, Daviess connty, board of IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL ON trade or similar place, for Tbo local railroad agents roturned to his homo near town. their sale, wo lose sight of possible marlast Wednesday night, were arretted by eaoh 8100 in value, havo been lo. notified to pay the Mrs. J. H. Thomas and children have deputy sheriff R. B. Martin, near Cromcent gins. If you're quito particular as to For each additional 8100 or fraction on tho original bills oneladinir. required of returned homo from Sulphur Springs, well, lw,t Thursday and brought to Hart but to tboreoflc values if you wish your money to go collect from tbe ebippor for the tax on aftor a two weeks' visit to relatives. ford and lodgod in jail, where they will Bank check, draft or certificate of dnplioate bills. Hartford, Ky., for a long distance, it will pay you to come Lieut. Oscar Bishop, of Company D. remain nnttl it is oonvonient for them deposit not drawing interest, or monoy Whon in need of any work usually to bo conveyed to Owenaboro. The order at sight, 2c !ld Ky.Rog.,aftcr a few days' visit to bit As True as Life. to our store for every July need. s dono in a blacksmith shop. Bill of exobango (inland;, draft, cerfather, near Centertown, returned to horses were stolen from a colored man An old crippled veteran of tho TenWood work ood Horseshoeing a specialby the name of Tinsloy, who passed tificate of deposit drawing Cbickamauga yetterday. intorest, or nessee Confederate troops hobbled into ty. through hore Friday on his way to monoy order other than at sight All work guaranteed. or on tho oyclorama of tho Battle ot Gettys-burThere's never any "between-sea-son's- " Mr. John T. Moore, the popular Cromwell to get his horses. SHOP: Fonn's Stand, Maiiket St., demand, or promissory note (exoept on Second street, belweon Walnut assistant oashior of tho Bank of HartHARTFORD, KY. Of all kinds-Ej- ro. bank notes) and original domestio and Chestnut, a fow days sinoe, and afAccident, Lifo lagging of interest at our ford, is making a tour through the The Gallows and Enclosure About money and Health. Best companies. Aborders issued by the United ter viowing tho wonderful painting for Blucgrass country on his wheel. Completed. solute protection. Offlco in tho store. Your buying needs go on States aftj July 1, 1898, for a sum not a moment, said: Ohio County Bank. The work on the scaffold on which exoeeding 8100, 2 cents. All objections to wire fenoea fade "This is, indoed, a remarkable battle each day and each week, and Tom Hayden is to pay the penalty of away when the Park City Fenoo is ex For eaoh additional 8100 or fraotion soono. I fought yonder with that chargbibited. Seo Morgan Sc Tbeinis, Hart taking tbo life of Bena Logan, is near thereof, 2a we're always ready for you with ing brigade which first broke tbe Feding completion. The enolosure is 86x48 ford and Beaver Dam, about it. Bill of lading or receipt (other than eral line. It is aoourato and life-likIt feet and twenty fott high. It is being charter party) for foremost values. merchandise for ex- seems that I am again in the midst of Call on Camm Sutphiu, Jeweler, for erected in the park about thirty feet East port, 10c HARTFORD, KY., a pair of Spectaoles, whioh will make of tho jail. When tho work the frightful havooof life at Gettysburg. first began Bill of lading, manifest or reooipt, What a flood of memories youeco porftctly. Every pair guaran- Tom broke down and cried aloud for tbe scene reWill sell Meat and Lardohcapor and eaoh duplioato thereof, oxprcss and calls." Tbo cyoloiama is open daily teed to givo perfect satisfaction. somo time. Messrs. John Hudson, Boav freight, for Cash than any houso in tho lo. Sundsv. from 0 a. m. r inn m Wo havo a new lot of summor Wash or Dam, and (V. H. Mauty.of Hartford, Green River Country. Telephone message costing lfio or A looturo oovoring all details is deliverFor sale by J. ir. WIM.IAMS, llntlforil.Ky., ed hourly. Goods for ladies and cbildrena drcssos, have charge of tbo construction of tbo over, Early Roso Potatoes $1 per bushel. It's the summer days that you wish to who will tot youreyei, free. lo. Wo havo personally seen this, tho gallows and enolosure The onolosuro is also now Embroidcrios and Laoes. Bonds of indemnity, CO cont. most remarkable battle scono over wittido over in a comfortable manner, and being pnt up out of strong timbers and Carbon & Co. Certificates of profit and transfer nessed and urge our friends when in . E"V"ER"5T-V7"I3:EE(Ewill withstand the attack of any ordinE you'll want your clothing to be the right thereof, on each 8100 or part thereof, 2o. Louisville to go and see it. Miss Mamio Gillnm, who has been ary force We aro informed that the Certificates, all others required by the guest of relatives aud friends in sheriff will have a large sort. If it fits you right, it proves a force of guards law, not elsewhere specified, lOo. Hartford for a few days, returned to on tbo grounds on tho day of tho hangwondorful aid to summer enjoyments. STATEMENT OF CONDITION Broker's noto or memorandum of her homo in Owonsboro Monday. ing, next Monday. rightly-fittin- g sale, 10c rightly-juice- d -- of th- oThe kind tho Misses Mary and Morparot Niohols, Convoyanoo deed or instrument or Whisky Election Contested. kind, too, is the I'M ward Rose it Calhoun, who had been tho guesta of Dr. iff f I Tbo following named parties R. T. writing transferring reality when valE. B. Pendleton's family for tho pait Co., Chicago, make. You get every .A-nsriCollins, Henry Nail, T. L. Griffin, J. S. ue exceeds $100 and does not exceed 110 two week p. roturned homo Saturday. good point in this famous tailoring that Morton, J. W. Ford, A. 0. Yeisor, $500. 60o ; tor each additional 1500 or n, FENDRIOH, Maker, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Messrs. J. L. Carson, Clyde DoWitt, James Hudson, J. L. Collins, G. W. fraotion thereof, COo. best dressers desire. Telegraphio dispatch, lo. At tbo Close of Business, Juno 30, 1893, Oricn Leach, Sam Casebier aod broth Bunger, W. M. Hudson, James A. Custom house entry of merchandise ers, J oeso and Clarence, attended the Thomas, W. H. Griffin and E. B. Pen Send your orders for Not exceeding $100 in value, 25o. G. A. R. reunion at Central City Mon dleton have filed notioo of contest of RESOURCES. day. 8100 and not exceeding $500, $1. Loans the recent whisky election held iu Hart 823.0U9.74 Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Entry for withdrawal of merobandiso Overdrafts unsecured You can buy the right to use tho Park ford. Thoy claim in their notice of 293,45 Banking Houso, io City Fenco on your farm with machine contest that tbo submission was not from customs bonded warehouse, 60c 6,000.00 Ceiling, Weatkrlioanling, Lifo insuranoo polioies (excopt any Stocks and Bonds for making samo yourself for $2.00 and properly advertised, tho order calling 1,310.60 Laths and 81iingles one oont per acre in excess of fifty. Lot tho election was prematurely mado and fraternal benefioiary society or order, Furniture and Fixtures 600.00 Expenses last Quarter rights 81.00. 801.00 that there wero illegal votes permitted or farmers' purely looI To mo. I can save yon somo company or association, or employes re- Debts in Suit 75.00 Mrs. T. A. Stewart, who has been the and legal votes refused and that the re- lief associations operated on tholodgo Cash on hand money on all kinds of 5,461.10 f turns from West Hartford were not m guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Chap-maplan, Cash in Other Banks 4,609.83 properly signed. It is, wo understand, system , or local building material. of Caneyville, for tho past several organised and conducted solely by tbe days, will return to her homo at Beaver conceded by the conteatees that the members thereof for the exclusive bene841,189.89 election was not properly advertised Weekly gcraW. Jilst 80 Cheap are we selling Dam Saturday. THEODORE E. RECHTIN, LIABILITIES. and the order for holding the eltotion fit of its members and not for profit) For eaoh 8100 or fractional part, 8o; Capital Stock Corner 7tli Prof. MoIIenry Rboads,Suporintend-on- t was prematurely made. Henoo an$10,000.00 Street, Kvmmllle.t nil. of the Frankfort city schools, was other election will have to be held policies issued on weekly payment plan, Undivided Profits 1,100.01 Wkdsksdat, July 0. in town last Friday, tbo guest of Hon. which we are iriformed will be done as 40 per cent, on amount of first weekly Dae Depositors 30,029.88 premium. B. D. Ringo. Ho left Saturday morn- - quickly as it can be properly done. Inautanoe policies (marine, inland, ing for Millwood. 841,189.89 fire), exoept purely Wanted, Five Million Feet or muS. E. Cox being duly sworn says that A HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THE Miss Lula Maury, who has been tual, on eaoh dollar of the amount of tbe foregoing report is in all respects a s Of teaching sobool at Dixon, is at home on delivered on red oak Iocs or lumber. tbe preminm, ( ) Rouen creek or Green Jo; insurance polioies true statement of tbo condition of said Lap-duste- rs, mirrnTflflTTON Business Collek. a visit. She leaves this week for Elkton river. Parties having the above for (ouoalty.fldelity and guaranty), on each bank at tbo oloso of business, June 80, ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.H. and Brandenburg. (33rUYer.) She will teach this salo cin find a buyer by addressing me dollar of amount LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. of preminm, jc 1898, to tho best of his knowledge and at Somiway, Ey. Refer to Bank of Oonlnlni ViilwMr Infan utllon lo thoie ilrttrtng lo Ltnrn fall at the latter, plaoe. Beaver Dam, Ky. Time Table. agreement or oontraot for rent beliof. Lease, Calhoun or Sacramento. S. K. Cox. TELEGRAPHY, SHORTHAND. PENMANSHIP. ETC. If W. 0. Gabton, not exoeeding one year, 25o; exoeedAuvernaiug pays, so It will pay yon NORTH-BOTJHr Sworn to before me 4y S. E. Cox, this tMuuaUd racUUUtor locating (ImJualti In J.utrolkc Buyer forG. W. Jones Lumber Co. Mluatleiu. ROtCS VOfy LOWa . L . to have that tin roof painted before it is 4"4I ing; one year and not exceeding 4th day of July, 1898. KiprtM m s in. AccomniCkUtlon eternally too lalo. R. A. Crowe will do three years, 60; exceeding tbreo years, 3 83S i. m. L. Walker, N. P. O. C. Locil Freight MAGAN, KY. p.m. 1140 AccomtucxUtlnn the work for you satisfactorily and 8t. My Com. Expires Jan. 10, 1002. 6:i9p.iu. Kipreu July 1. Crops of all kinds are line. neatly. Seo.bim about it. Mortgage or pledge "of lands, citato SOUTH-BOUNRain plentiful. 1J35 . m. of property, real or personal, or assign Kiifci Mr. Camm Sntphin,wbo was here last Iccoraiuottttlon Miss Cora Magan, of Fordivillo, visit- ment, transfer or .1030a.m. And etrrythln in our line that a vitlt ineaus a renewal of Exceed p. m. aale. We therefore cordially Invite vnn m mm Locil Hrcliht year in tho Jewelry bniinesr, has re- ing Miss Cordis Nelson. iiop.ni, ami eiainlne our gooili anil Ket price. Our house Acromraod.tloii ing 81,000 and not exoeeding 81,600, U too is prepared to repair yonr lie aotd. turned and muit 8:jj. ni. I'.iprcu Born, to the wife of Mr, James Ma- 26o on eaoh 8500 or fraotional part of in Will tako place 1 1 (inclusive) and will bo the most dolight- Watohes, Clocks, Jewelry, Ac., in first-cla- gan, the 33d, a fine boy. 6s .j exoesf of 81,600, 25c At the Duke Stand. ful and interesting of all. order. Give him a call. Hartford, Ky. Bora, to tbe wife of Mr. 0. J. Rhoads, Passsgo tickets from United Statos Use IaMtiiEART's Swans Down. At latt tho Ideal Fenoe has como, the Juno 24tb, a prety girl, to foreign ports Costing not over 850, UflR IOLBIlEAItT'B HwANB DOWN. Miei Lilly McGoo is visiting relatives Mr. James A. Westerfleld is confined 81; costing more tban 830 and not over MORE 8IGHT8 TO SEE, Park City Fenoe, tbo strongest, obes-es- t in Render, Ky. Mr. James F. Thomas, who has boon and prettiest Fenoe on earth. Farm to his bed with dysentery. 860, 83; costing more than 8C0, $5. Mr. Park Hall is still walking on Mr. 0. E. Rogers, Elkton, Ky., is in tho guest of rolativcs hero for tbo last rights for salo by Morgan & Theinis at Powor of attorney, or proxy for votJWore Kxliibitsto Kdmire. few weeks, returned to Lonisvillo Mon- - Hartford and Beaver Dam, Ey. crutches from the effects of a dislocated ing at any election of officers Hartford this week. of any day. kneo. incorporated oompany or association, Don't forget to call on Morgan k Miss Lilly Tliomm is visiting Misa Tbe dark winged messenger, death, exoept religious, charitable or literary, 0. P. Keown and eon, Ches- Tbionis and get a farm right to make Mary Owen in Owonsburo. More Comfort to Mr; ter Koown, A. 0. Taylor and County and uso the best Wire Fenoo on earth. visited onr vioinity tbe 80th and claim- or publio cemeteries, 10c; power of ated Mrs. Elisabeth Powers, in her 74th torney, other 25o. Mies Altyo Austin spent tbo Fourth Court Olork M. S. Ragland spent tho MonaAN & TniENis, with her paronts in Beaver Dam. Fourth at Chiokamanga. Agonts for Ohio. Grayson and Bntler year, as ills victim. Hue leaves three More Objects of Interest, Protests of notes, etc., 25o. sons and one daughter to mourn her Warehouse receipts, 25o. Little Miss leabollo Cox. will loovo for Judge W. II, Barnes, wifo and son, counties. Qroonvillo Friday to visit (riondr. Patent medicines and proprietary arMissEtta Thomas, altar an extended nntimely death, her husband having James Glenn, Mrs. J. H. Patton and years ago. (be was a tiolcs have to bear stamps of different More Novelties to flmaxe, visit in Louisville, Lebanon and Spring-fiel- died several Miss Lena Hughes, o( Lexington, littlo daughter, Annio, visited rolativos ohristian and a member of tbe M. amount, according to valuo, but as returned homo this week, aooom-panio- d at Pleasant Ridgo Sunday. visited Miss Olivo Carson this weok. Routt. by Missos Edith Lowis and Lizxio E. Cbnroh. More Pleasure For III, Mr. Lyman Williams, who wont to Juit reeeivod a new lot of ladies Slipof Louisville, who will bo bor QUARTERLY REPORT School Teachers In Trouble. Hopkinsvillo last week to take a posi- Walker, Carson A Oo. pers. guests for a few weeks. tion with the Luundry, did not remain. Tho Owonsboro Messenger in speak, Every department will bo ropleto with tho best features of othor fairs, with novelties every-- of tb- eMrs. Joo Foster, Beaver Dam, visited Ho rt turned homo Thursday and Speak out, raise your band, it yon ing of some sobool teachers who formerwhere. It will bo Fivo Days of Instruction, Amusement, Fun, Frolic and Delight. It is tbo fatally of Mr. J. L. Carson Monday. his place to bis brother, Mr. Guy want that tin roof painted while time ly lived in this county says: everybody's fair Let Everybody Come. For promium lists and information, address tho A. P. Thomas and S. W. Taylor, both Miss Elizabeth R. Boyoc, Louisville, Williams, who left yesterday to tuko and opportunity is afforded you. I am bisplioe. Success to Guy. ready to do the work for you, and guar- residents of Smith's addition, have Secretary, R. T. SMITH, Ellondale, Curdsvillo Post-Oflic- o, Ky. is tho guest of her brother, Mr. Fred antee to fntisfy you to tho uttermost. boon olted by County Sobool Superin Boyco. i Yours for tbo work, R. A. Uitowu. tendent Lancaster to appear beforo him Field & Son make three trips daily to At tho Oloso of Business, June 30, 1898. tho Miss Ella Herring has been employed and show cause why their certificates of Beaver Dam. Ltuvo your order at qualification to teach in the common to teach tbo sobool in dhtriot No. 103, 'bus oflloo. , schools of Daviess county shall not be RESOURCES. f whioh is about ono and miles Miss Margaret Ouontber epont this Loans and Discounts, lets East of Hartford. Miss Herring is a oanoollod. wcok with Mrs. Dr. Janice MoDowoll in At tho examination of teaohers oa s loans to Direotors 880,65310 teacher and tho district is to Central City. June 17 and 18 Supt. Lancaster caught Loans to Direotors (officers be congratulated on seouring her serMr. J. P. Suuderfur returned from a young man named W. 0. Gordon, net inolnded), 275.55' Evanavllle last week whoro ho had been through the winter? If so, we vices. who lives down on tbe Henderson road, Overdraft Seonred 032.00 are sure it quieted your cough, Mr. John H. Weller and son. Louis. taking advantage of his work by refer. on logal business. 114.49 .. healed the rawness in your of 8chi vington, Colorado, formerly of J ring to a tablet whioh oontained indexed Overdrafts, unsroured14,655.79 Mr. II. B. Taylor oud family, of weight, this plaoe, arrived hero Monday and information on all tbe studies embraced Due from Nat. Tanks Louisville, nro tho guuttj of relatives in throat, increased your gave you more color, and made wero tbo guest) of Mr. aud Mrs. Fogle in tho oommon sobool course. Mr. Lan Duo from SUti Banks and and nmr Hurtford. Bankers 10,114 27 SO 670 06 you feel belter in every way. I nntil yesterday, wbeu they went to castor permittod Gordon to oontinue Banking House 3,000 00 and L t 4 It ttl mass air, in the examination, but doclined to Rov. T. M. Morton, living in Center- - But perhaps your cough has mwuuur).-- ) .! wueru wcy wi, Other Id ulEstitc 31.35 town, toll aod broko his arm in two come back again, or you are get- Welter's father and motbor, Mr. and grant him a certificate. rri.A iUU ft OflA R1 UIM.H1..lu ' places last Monday, ting a little thin and pain. Mrs. Jacob Weller. an extended visit. was furnished to Gordon by Thomas, 3,7 63 Curr Then, why not continue the Dr. John Willis, with bis company, Morgan & Tueinm, Beaver Dum and H Carried m Cash . 7,018.51 . ?5."?. S ? m. . same helpful remedy right rooreioniiDc toe uanKer Medicine uo.. i - " -- - " - ", Furniture and Fixture? Hartford, will sull territory for tho Park "" . 'inn litis m.viu 1,000 00 . .,, ,, ,, - ... . . of the superintendent torefasa a certi through thejsummer? It will do , . , City Fence. Seo them. Expei;8eaLflt Quarter 1,283 87 you as much good as when the or more, rMdk a free entertainment on ficate to any perron who receives any Dolt) In Suit 2,143.08, See Carson & Co, for Indies and gents weather is cold. He guarantee! aid in his examination from book's or tbe atreet overy nisht. Tiioy always keep tho latNeokweur. Its persistent use will certainly bis medloioea and tboao aatTering with from another teaoher. Total ... I1U0.S75.14 staff. est aud give you a better appetite and a Gordon was summoned to appear beLIABILITIES. disease will do well to call upon any the superintendent as a witness Capital Stook paid Master Glaronco Gasebier entertained stronger digestion. him kt Mrs. Yetora boarding bouse,) fore in, iu cash 40,000 00 It will cure your against Thomas and Taylor and be , his numerous friends at his homo on Surplus Fund where you oan consult him free of 4,130 00 weak throat and heal mado a clean breast ot it. He said that Union street last Wednesday night. oharRO. Undivided Piofits 3.4W.OO lungs, tunny other teaohers had done the same Subjeot to Check Mrs.. F. L. Felix and danghter.Mary Jour inflamed t At tho reoent examination for school , thlnir. and be seourod the assistance so Deiotlts curtvevery case tho guott of Mr. W. G. (on wbioh interest is not Elizabeth, aro of consumption, when teaohers for Ohio county there wero as to be sure of grading high enough in Taid) 51,414 07 Duncan and family, Lonsville, Ky. MADE 11V THE 81'EEDEU forty-sia cure is possible. applicants, four of whom as . bis examination to seonre a first-claTim i Certificates of Deposits OYOLE COMPANY. ilrit-ohs- s - certificate. D. E. Thomas nod little daughDon't be oersuaded Mrs. oert'flfollows were awarded Tbe superintendent will (on whioh Interest is ter, Laura, of Hartford, left Monday to take something they say is just cat os! Miss Ellu Ilerring, J, H. Wood, ' make a thorough examination of the .' Paid 31,580.08 83,000.15 evening for Stepney, Connecticut, where as good. Alvy Johnson and Lee Chinn. Miss charge made by Gordon in bis evidenoe, j Has all tho latest improvements of 1898 and is first-clas- s in ovory respect. Sold on easy AUDrugffliti,oc. andfi. to see hor father, Rev. E. E. Herring rooeived tbo highest distino. and if be finds it to be true several Total she goes 180,575.14 SCOTT ft BoWKC,ChaniU, N.V. CLYDE C. WEDDING, Agent, Hartford, Ky. j Sworn to by Warriner, who is seriously ill, tlon, her general avorago being mntty- - teaohers will lose their certificates. John O. Rilet. jtorms to roliablo parties. 11 m ono. o vFor fifemfache It's Your Opportunity. AYER'S PiLLS" ttlo-grap- st We Divide With You. pro-due- ts PHELPS &SON first-clas- W.G.Hardwick INSURANCE g, HI fcWell, TUB BTJTCHER Tiding it Over. FOR S-A-Ii- vmt9fmmm D County Bank rr J rimlmmwmm STREET rDEijioxoTjrs. Carson & Co m m j gartfotd Saddles, Bridles, DUW D. . Harness, Blankets, first-clas- Fly Nets, D. Hames, Chains, Halters, Whips, full-go- od, -- r P.1 2V -, LUcena Iler, ss THE ELL6NDHLE FKIR August 9th to 3th, 898, ' d, Bank of Hartford Scott's Emulsion You Take one-hal- Here is Your Chance for a Wheel. THE BEST first-clas- WHEEL ON 1.- I.-.-- .. I I .... .... I KiSS THE ! MARKET. . I Guaranteed FOR ONE YEAR. x ss THE NEW CASTLE, fffkTfetaWftMlBSJ SgfeMtttttiSSkfal ja-faujjw iriBt'H. V. ..uk. . i,iw-ii9N- !.! JtfWMpMmiggypi,. ... fwxiUxu ?$cMy Wkdnksday, Jrr.v grmttl fi. each communication, to insure publication Obituaries, resolutions of rr.pccl , c , one cent foreach word over 150. Cnh with atticte. Money Remittances may be made by Order, Hegltered Letter. Hank Check or Bran. The llKRAtn Is mailed tnculntly lo Itssuh. scriber until n definite older to discontinue it received mid nil arrears nte paid in full. Tim or Hkkald It Si per car if paid In advance, nil ithlti Ihe je ar.but after the time has expired, per jcar arrearages are i as Correpondeuce Intended for publication or ou tislness connected with the office, lo insure prompt attention, should he addressed toTitn 1IKRALD. The teal name of the writer should accompany tortur'tift disablement i, until merciful- ly eho lell in with n couplo of ravenous congeners. Scenting fresh blood, thoy made for her straightway. Liko mad things, thoy fell upon her. Long nud hard they strovo, tearing their way through tho tough framework until cauio from all quarters, and a motley multltudo of various hungry o ones cleaned up every shred of tho banquet, leaving only tho deserted pilot to seek another partner. London Spectator. Althouoh Greece- has an abundance, of scacoast, most of tbo fish eaten aro inv portod, tho imports of fish averaging $700,000 yearly. wol-com- J THE CATTLE KINGS. ONCE A GREAT POWER IN THE WESI, THEY ARE NOW DISPLACED. Small Stock Itnlsurs llaTe Driven Out the Larger Ouca 111b linnget and Water Hole Fenced Inllnw tho llmmni Cattle Outfit Made Knnrmou l'roflt. ATJUIESITAIUCSTOJIY PATHETIC ACCOUNT OF AN OCEAN MONSTER'S DESTRUCTION. The ratal Tend or the Little llluo Mid The Lump of Fat l'ork Cold Willi the Concenled Hook Death by Torture With the Iucltable llunl. rot "How very hnnl it Is to provltlu for a youiiR, fast srowiiif? family nowadays!" Mild tlio mother shark, turning, for tho hundredth timo that morning, upoH her broad sido in order to get n, better view of what might bo btirriug nbovo. For nearly u week M10 had been fasting in fact, ever Binco tho came hi hurriedly at tho closo of a great feast upon tho stripped carcass of a recent whale. There, by dint of tho energy of her mahsivo shoulder, htr 14 feot of length and fivefold rows of triangular teeth, pho had managed .to txcuro a proportion of tho spoil for the ropleuifching of her own hugo mnw as well as for tho up keep of tho M shark-ling- s that wero now restlessly darting in and out of their cozy cavo at tho far cud of her capacious throat. Withlu,tho immediate' range of her glance u vast black shedow obscured a wldo, irregularly shaped area of tho blazing sunshine. It was so calm that tho shadow seemed stationary. Iu tho direction of this cool penumbra her gaze lingered earuostly, for hereditary aa woll as long experience gave her tho knowledge that from the Sspn't nilj, but it isx good. I nibbled jpsff enrmb, miiTy-cycan bo Miro this harie'ilint it is no bagful of cinders like that nasty mouthful that gavo you tha otiestacho 60 bad this morning. " Th.i latter part of this cmrgUio exordium was lost upon mother shark, being drownod iu tho wash set up by her great tail fin, which was goiug in grand stylo, starting her off at such a rate that jwo or threo stragglers of tho family had to bkip liko shrimps to get indoors boforn they wero loft behind and i of such sbndows came food dropping down, varied aud tootllsome, actually alivo on rare occasions. Somewhat impofiently she wondered at the long timo that her littlo bluo und gold attendaut hnd been gouo. Ho was so seldom absent from his placo between her eyes for a whole inin-wt- o , that sho go tjuito unoa-- but while oho fidgeted fretfully, with many twitch-ing- s of her rfexiblo "gaff topsail," back calno tho pilot fish iu a tearing hurry. "Now, then, partner, niovo along, do. Thero's a lump of fat.pork almost an big rb your hend hanging over that quip's tflnw. 'Idon't jnUe tmderstund Mliy it Straight as nu arrow to tho n.rk went tbo tiny guide, keeping jiut iu front of his hugo fricud'a snout. Together they swept into tho shadow, whero, sure enough, a mass of meat hung just below tho sea surface, though gently lifted almost out of water every now nud then. "Oh, do look, mammal Thero's a big fish. Is ho going to eat up that protty littlo oue, do yon think?" "Oh, no, my littlo mau," struck in tho mate, "but you watch him uowl" As he spoko the great gray body took a ourvo latterly, a dazzling glare of white nppearcd, und c thero beneath tho speaker was n gap iu the smooth, livid under-sid- o fringed with innumerable points liko chovaux do frise and as big as tho gap of a coal sack. Around it tho small pilot circled excitedly at top speed. Slowly tho mate as geutly slacked away, thero was a gulp, and tho big joint disappeared. Thero was a flash, a splash aud an eddy. Then tho ropo attached to the shark hook concealed in tbo pork groaned over tho rail as it felt tho strain. "Lay aft tho watch," roared the mate, and amid the trampling of many feet, a babel of directions and a tremendous tumult alongside, through tho writhing? of tho captivo monster, she was transferred forward to tho lco gangway, where, by tho aid of a stout watch tackle, sho was hoisted out of water. "Don't take him aboard," cried the captain. "Make such an infernal niesi if you do. Just bpritsail yard him and let himgongcu. " So n piece of scantling was got from tho carpenter, pointed at both ends, about four feet long. This they drovo between her jaws from side to side. Another wedgo shaped piece was planted diagoually down through her broad bnout, tho upper end pointing forwaul. Then they cut off tho wide pectoral fins, letting tho quivering car-cafall into tho sea again by tho simple expedieut of chopping tho hook out. "What nbomiuablo cruelty," muttered a gentle faced man among tho crowding pascengers, as ho turned away sick at heart. But tho bustling svamau looked pityingly at lam, wondering doub'tless nt his lack of rpurtmg instincts. Thus disabled, the monster piunged blindly in unci rtam directions, utiablo to steur horbvlf, uuheediiig thu frautio carcases of bur faithful littlo satellite, who had ulinu't exhausted himself by leagttttt up nt her us.tlto hung tho void's fcldu. Neither lid ho untico thu puzzled, wavering Movements of her v oHdcriug brood. So rho disappeared from tho view of thu laughing, huppy ciowd ou deck. Hut Mliicbbvtr Yiuy olid rushtd shu always fetched up to thu Mirtuco promptly, because of tho Mine in her head. Thus for a day aud u night she fought aimlessly with all tho forces of ama.ing vitality pent up iu her hugo body against these crcs-centits miM-r.iblst lost. Tho great cattlo raugos of western North Dakota aud Montana, whero fox pearly 20 years, tho bonanza cattlo out' 'fits havo held complete swuy, audwhtro cattlo havo roamed the vast prairies ttt will, liko tho buffalo a quarter of a cenm tury ago, aro passing out of existences. 1 Special to Girls and Boys Tho dcathknell of thu largo cattln lolie morn companies has been sounded by tho inTil I! II Kit A I.I) lin liberal to Ihe J mill); people, und for every numerable settlers who havo taken up m-Kiilncrllierorluull wlmpiiy what they vacant government laud in thu great nil p 011 Til I! II i:u AI.1 mid nuo ) ear In we will Klve aroiipon which entltlea grazing region, built "shanties" In tho thiilmldertonneyeiir'aauliacrlplloii to the vicinity of every natural spring aud YtlUTH'S AUVOOATli hole, fenced in thousands of acres nirlitaml hojawlll thua have tbo oppor- water tunity nf RettlliB thla heniitlfnl paper free. of grazing land and driven tho immciiFo Oct a new nubncrlber to T1IK IIEKAI.I) herds of tho bonanza cattlemen from and aud u a ilollnr or kcI your relative or placo to place, until thero is no placo iiriUiilntaiiee whouweaon T11K IIKItALU left for thorn to go. All tho years that to pay up and a year In advance, and we tho vast prairies of tho west havoire- will present 011 with ft coupon. maiued unsettled havo been worth mil The YOUTH'S ADVOCATK la a beautiful lions to tho cattlo princes. Hundreds ot yoiine folka' paper, puhllihedat Naahvllle, thousands of cattlo havo been imported, Teun., c ery two week and la aliteen paeea placed upon tho ranges at n cost not to Iu aire. It la llnely printed and highly tho Don't mlaathla chance lo get a exceed $16 a bead for lieaullfiil paper whole year free. Onto steers, allowed to roam at will for two years, at an average animal cost not to work now. exceed $3, and then sold in tho market Alarming:, but Is It True? at Chicago for an average price of fJo to $50. Tho frco ranges offered by tho London, Jnne 30. Tho Star prints a story fiom a foreign correspond- millions of ncrcs of uusurveyed and government laud havo been ent to the elftct that a pait of Admiral turned into millions of dollars in cold ileet left him off Algcciras near canh by tho cattlo kings, but tho tide of Camara's Gibraltar.and is now on its way to Forto immigration to tho west has senloil Rico, "to join tbo squadron of torpedo their fato aud they are ready to go. boats which Capt. VilUmil has had conFor 20 years nearly a vast region lycealed near thero for three weeks past." ing along the western part of North DaTho correspondent adds: "This fleet kota and the eastern strip of Montana will attack Admiral Sampson in the measuring 100 miles iu width and 150 in length has been entirely given rear whilo Admiral Ccrvcra attempts a miles tho interests of the cattlo kings. np to simoltaueouely with tho com- Thousands of head of cattle havo been sortie mencement of tho land battle. This grazed year after year, countless train-load- s Admiral Sampson will bo too of beeves havo been shipped to to help Gen. Shatter." market, and millions of dollars havo Madrid correspondent of tbo Daily gono into tho pockets of the cattlemen. Mail telegraphing Monday, says: "The Pierre Wiebaux, the Montana stockMinister of War, Gen. Corrca, expects man, said to bo the largest single owner to reach of cattle in tbo United States, has numthe Spanish report is con- bered his total possessions of cattle at The Santiago Cattle 50,000 head. The Berry-Boico firmed that tbo Spanish troops at company has owned and grazed each are marching to attack the year not fewer than 80,000 head, and American rear guard there. There is there are numerous companies that havo also a movement of other troopa through- essayed to keep on the ranges an annual out tho wholo of Eastern Cuba in ordor total of from 10,000 to 35,000 head. to carry out a concerted plan of action. The vastneis of the business of these "It seems, also, to be tho general be- cattle companies may be estimated from the annual shipments for lief that Admiral Corvera's squadron the fact that the past few years have been from 8,080 will, act on tbo aggressivo dnring tho to 6,000 head for each of tho large comccuiing attack on Santiago. The Gov- panies. The annual profits of the largr ernor of Santiago, it is assarted, has an companies, aftir deducting tho original amplo supply of ptovisionp, auuuitions cort of tho cattle and tho cost of their maintenance upon the ranges, are from and coal." 175,000 to $150,000 ull that from the free ranges of tho government, given Hobson and His Crew on a Ship. without taxation or any return whatMadrid cable to the New York World.) The Spanish Government and Capt. ever. To understand tho situation that has Gen. Ulanco had been equally disposed time it must to exchange tho Morrimao prisoners, existed up to the present broad region bo remembered that this and, in fact, an authorization to which has been given up to the interests them was telegraphed to Geo. of the cattle growers has not been inBlanco, bat tho Havana and Madrid tersected by a fence, disturbed with a newspapers made a row over it,affecttng plow or graced with a field of grain up to believe that it would bo dangerous to to a few short years ago nothing for liboratomen who havo been close enough miles but short nutritious grass, which to tho defenses of Santiago to be in a cured on the prairie, us clover in u stack, equally well for food in dead position to carry back important infor- and servedas iu the heat of summer. of winter mation. Accordingly, after much hesiForth upon this vast area every spring tation, tbo Government insisted upon havo been poured streams of gaunt, ill Gen. Blanco, Gen. Linares and Admiral shaped, long horned and leuu ribbed Cctvera refusing to exchange, although southern cattle. Left to roam at will, thoy havo thriven and waxed fat, until all threo were iu favor of doing so. According to Spanish advices, Lieut. in two years they havo become sleek Hobson and tho other prisoners wero and fat and comely to tho eye. During havo been as fiee confined only a short timo in Morro all tbut period they wero ever tho bufand untrammeled as Fort, and wero then transferred to a falo. But at thu close of tho maturing vessol in tho bay. They aro believed to period thoy havo been rounded up, bo eafo as long as Linares and Oervera driven to railroad stock shipping pens can control the situation. and loaded upon tbo cars for a trip to Tho Spanish regulars are sure to res- market. Their places are taken by fresh pect tho rights of tho prisoners. Tbo importations from tho south. And so, year after year, havo the processes been only danger is from tho volunteers. repeated, until tho profits that were known to baVe accrued from tho busiDeath ot Mrs. Mary White. ness have tempted thousands of small Died, at her homo near Shreve, Ey., holders of cattlo to settle in this region on Juno 24, 1893, of consumption, Mrs. and eugago in tho beef business ou a Mary Whito, wifo of Columbus White, smaller scale. Tho preseuco of these smaller operaaged forty-threSho w as the daughter of Alexander Johnson, who came from tors is the inevitable doom of tho cattlo no longer Scotland. Uer mother dying in early king. Their vast herds are undisturballowed to roam the ranges life, she found u homo with tho family ed. Tho small ruuehmeu have built of Mr. D. C. Gjdsoy, where she lived fences and inclosed the water holes. until 1875, when she was married to The prairies have been mado to yield to Columbus White, which union was quite the mowing machine, and tho former a happy oue. Threecbildren ware born free grass has come to be cut aud stackto them, viz: Willie, aged 22; Victoria, ed as hay, until tho ranges iu many aged 19, and Ettil 14 Mrs. Whito was places aro baro of fted fur tho herds of TIicmj conditions a great sufferer the last year of her life, tbo larger companies. responsible for tbu closing out of sufferings quite well for aro but bore her the cattle princes. Thero is no longitr one of her great atlliotions. Sberealized rooin for their thousands of beeves, h that she mutt dio and assured her thousand cattle, tho property of friends ot hor willingness to go. On ono of thu larger operators, succumbed Jnno 25th her remains wero convoyed to tho severity of thu weather for no to tho Fleasant Grove Cemetery and af- other reasou than Unit tho ranges had ter services by liro. W. A. Daltun were been denuded of grass by tho numerous consigned to tho tomb to await tho Judg- smaller ranchmen. This was a warning that tho most olMin.ito must heed. ment day. D. II. G. And so thu cattle companies that formerly numbered their possessions by Lippincott's Majrazlne for July, 1898. tbo thousands of head may now number The complete novel in tho July issue them easier iu hundreds. Thu small of Lippincott's is "Harold Uradloy, ranchman is thu man upon whom the FlaywrigLt," by Edward S. Van Zile. market of thu futuro must rely for ita This dramatist is no hack, bnt a man of beef. St. Paul Pioneer Press. 11 t)-da- y o Gnan-tienm- on of thorn, whycho is ballyd (f alU) bul y it ho is no brawler. Yo shall fynd them geutylmauly comfortablo fellowes, and that tjioy dare obydo by ther tuklyng." Young John 1'aston, nided by thoso four and by n haudful of personal friend and followers, hold tho castloforeoveral weeks- against a slego couductod by tho duku's army of !l,000 men. By tho terms of tbu final sin render tho lnnicgcd wero allowed their lives and goods, borsos and harness, nud n respite for 15 days, iu which to go where thoy pleasod. They reported that they wero forced to surrender by "lak of vltayl, gouupow-dyr- , menys herts and suicto of rescue" Edward IT had refrained from iuteifer-iuiu this extraordinary contest, tho troubles with Warwick wero gathering thickly about him, and tho Mow brays were too necessary to bo safely offended. Suwuuee Uuviow. g AN OPEN VK ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR 1UOIIT TO TIIK EXCLUSIVE USB OF TI1K WORD CASTORIA," AND M'lTCUWR'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADRMARK. ARK To MOTHERS. ? LETTER 50 cts. PAYS MjlWtKis.iSllSsl Osl-asfa- (IMS CALL liUal t BAZAR TIIHSTYUSMPATTnRN." I'Oll TH1-- ni wicc-a-Wook WTfERNS '4sF At-A , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of "CASTORIA," the' same that on every has homo and does now bear Goiirior-Journ- a Papers Sent Almost Smoke and Lightning-- . siy nature ofOz&ffi&&U&i wrapper. This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. 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