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Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Jno. P. Barrett & Co. Hartford, KY 1899 haf1899051701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) Jno. P. Barrett & Co. Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. G THE All kinds Job Printing neatly executed. So; 1ARTF0RD HERALD. Herald of a noisy world, tJie news of n I come, tho all nations lumbering at my back. " Subscription $1 per Year, in advance VOL. XXY. DOESN'T MUCH MIND HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1899. ctlu'o, looking out over tbcSound(VrUoro Bhuandhor futhor used to spend their hoi id ays Hho in vory fond of horsos, yot with $7,000,000 to her credit alio has oot con- tidered tho ru filter of havin;; n pony all SO WAYS THIS 3ILIPLE LITTLE hor own, nod rrpnrdcd tho eucstion Iwilh inUtl eurprise. HEinrss. You, pco," oho said. "I have alnoya L.".p,y wUhout t!!CM thiDi;!- VJS?" crer Doesn't Want Riches at all If They . money mako auy Why are to Take Her Away from ference? I fittll uavo tho park, whlou Is jimtn9 lovely ua when I was poor and Her Old Home. (iidu't nave all this money; inuoeu, it is lovelier than evor now, for the applo A UltL4 VKUY UNCOM.MOX IDKAS, bloBsoms aro all out and tho tulip trees NO. 20 I $7,000,000. ellin. IllSi 1KP An Excellent Combination. Tho pleasant method niul beneficial effects of the wtdl known remedy, Syiiut or I'iuh, innmifnctmcd by the Cu.ifohnia Tio Svnui' Co.. Illustrates thavaluoof obtaining tho llqiild laxative principle of plutiti known to ho Uicdlclnully luxatUu ami nresicntlng them iu the furmmnU refreshing to tho acceptable to the system. It taste ami Is tho ono iMTicct strengthening laxative, cleansing tho sybteiu WlVctually, dispelling colds, heailnehes and feveis gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome luibitu.il constipation permanently, lt perfect fioidom from every objectionable quality and and Its uotliifr " tho ktdiievH, liver and bowels, without weakening or Irritating them, make It tho Ideal laxative. In tho processor manufacturing1 figs arc used, us thev aie pleasant to the tahte.lmt tho tnetllclnul qualities of the remedy aro obtained from kciiuu and other aromatic plants, by a method known to tho Camfounia Tio Kyhui1 Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effect nnd to avoid Imitations, please remember the full name of thoCompany printed on this front of every package. sub-stanc- I never looked bo lovoly before. Ijuat CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. AN ritANClHCO, CAL. NEW YORK. N Y LOUIBVILI.K. KY. For sale by alt Druggist, Price 50c. per Wmle. PROFESSIONAL OAHDB. BARNES, W. ATrORNEY AT LAW, WIM practice hU profession In ll the U of Ohio ud adjoining counties nJ attention tivcu to Court of Appeal", hpec-Ucollectlous OQce ueil door to Kcd Front. hahtford, KY. C- - Attorney at Law, Hartford, Kentucky. profession In Ohio an J ad. WIUU practice tali and Court of Appeal counties Criminal practice and collections a specialty. Taylor, J. S. R. WADDING, ATTORNEY and COUHSELLOR-AT-LA- (NOTARY l'UllMC.) KKNTUCKY. ItARTFOKD Will practice hit profession In all the court In ami the Court ol Ohio and adjoining counties Appeals Froinpt sltcutlou jjhen to all business entrusted to his ctrc. Attorney - at - Law ,A.n.d. 1KCIAI, attention rUmi to collection! and all Ucds HunryliiK. waking abstracts. c o Notary l'ubll' for Ohio county. Office north side uf public jno. IB. "STIlson, HARTrORD, KY. Surveyor, s.ue. M. L. HEAVRIN, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. all the court W ILL practice his profession In and Court ofOliloaud adjoining counties bpeclal attention to voiiccmvub. Appro! of JE. - Davidson, ATTORNEY AT LAW his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties brcclal attention Riven business entrusted to hlacare. Office Uh to all County Attorney. - HARTrORD.KY. j . - ATTORNEY AT LAW KY. . HAKTPORD. WILL el o?-3yrin.ex PRACTICK hla profession in an ww ir comities rnurts r ikln mtA ml nl til i..fna m - -aneniioii care, CoMectionft and criminal to hla practice a specialty. Office up ataln.nckt to Grlffiu'adruKttorc. ". ..vj ini I 11 .ttomoy-at-La-T- T ra,i!E, HARTFORD, KY. practice hU pTofeaRlon lu alt the of Ohio and adjoining counties. Cotleclloua carefully and promptly attended to. once with T. I. Smith t Co.. Market btreet. iiria Attorney at Law, HARTFORDpKY. practice hU profession In Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention glv. Office en to collections. Also notary public. ' In Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING, chunked from Annie to Annabel; her WANTS KO l'ALACE. ., frockp, tomewhtit coareo creotfous of Iff ....1.1 tntuct li a. huuiu wu I'uut mtl rrtl iiiiiu tho country drefctmaker, huvo not beou' Bmi vo in a coUoro on tho edgo of suppUutcd by importations of Worth or Htasido Park, with tho Bound down l'iugat, and, uboo oil, tho swcit and there to swim in and sail on, than to go unulTkCted nattiro which hat always v away and live in a police, and bo evor dcared Iter to her companion?, his in and ever so rich." no way butVered by her recent good "ihenyou won't invest any of your fortune. money in a count ora priucf,oraduko, Annio Ilichardson is a countrvbrcd and j;o to live with him inapahcolu ulwho bus been simply and gently some foreign country?" reared in a frame collate on tho outWhat a dangerous proposition this, to skirts of Drfdiport. have put brforo somo New York heirBho is tall, uugracofnl irl of a fcUt ess with seven millions? Hut it didn't uro ono usually calls ''lanky." Deing appeal to Annio IMchardson in tho least. hut fourteen j eats of no and haviug Thcro is no doubt that, personally, sho Hcqnired u hoh;ht of 5 feet tad 7 inohen, would rather bo tho puniest poplar in she hasn't had much oppottunity to the p&ik tLnu tho IViuco of Wales. row round. Tor a moment her btown eyes wero The childish frocVp, wiih lodfco and full tf reproach. Then she buret out skirt combined, rcachf!)? to her f hoe in laughter that wa sent back in echoes boote, from the barn. "Ko.indeed," sho said, on tho thotruight, dnrk hair brushed plainly with a good deal of decision; "when I back from hur forehead, do not cou grow up to bo a real ouugluly I don't ntituton toilet that holpa to tofleu tho want to go away and bo a countess or a uwkuardnets of fourteen. Vet Annio duchess or a prluces, but I want to Uichardsou is by uo moans wholly tin stay right hero and bo jutt tho sort of uttractive. Outdoor life in tho countiy I uly my mamma is and marry just tho air ha? touched her checks with tho Bort of man my papa wac, and bo an color of hor fcc.u h t tulip American always al wo vsl" Sho is exceedingly diilldentin talking Tho black robed figaro moved toward ofber'nouly Acquired wealth. Whon an urn of heartsease on the lawn, and asked how sho felt, now that sho was a tho girl looked up toward tho flagpole millionaire seven times over, shelooked ' whoro tho Hod, Wuito and Blue waves upshly and said: "What dtiTeronco whenever thoro is tho slightest exenso docs that make?" for hoisting it. Thon sho added: Her reply una tho keynote lo hrr dis j "Jlut wheu I get big, if I have money p06tiou,Rtul demonstrates perfectly tho enough, I want to travel. Not abroad, country but all over Amorlca aud soo all tho uttitmlu which a girl holds toward tho fortune for which lovely places in our country, her grandfather scraped aud starved, "And then I want to como back and aud led h life of ucnuctt settle down in Hridgeport, for it doesn't Not tho slightest chanuo has boen matter how mnnv fortunes I inherit, or made in tho daily routine of the Hich iow mncn monoy I may get, I want to ardson household because of tho mag !6lay uero WKh my girl friends." uiflcenl inheritance, . Mrs. Hlchardson is a lump, comely Health, Strcnuth and Nervo Foroo young woman, who hau trained her follow tho use of Dr. M. A. Simmons daughter according to strict and sim- Liver Modtciuc, which insures good m ple lines, teaching her to ilnd beauties Digestion and Assimilation. in life, out6ido of thoso which money Carter's Monthly for May. can buy. Carter's Monthly Magazine, publishThcso hopes for tho girl's nature havo certainly been realized. Aunie Ilichard- ed in Chicago, and edited by Oplo Read, making rapid strides in the public son looks npon her fortuno with abso- is favor. It is the only ten cout magalute indifference. zine in Chicago devoted exclusively to She has been accustomed to tho ordi- American literature, and is certainly nary comforts of lifo and asks no more. supplying tho need for a western magaLuxury and tho modo of living that usu- zine. Eioh month tho magazine pre ally accompany millions Bho knows sents an interesting table of contents, nothing of and so does not crave them. consistfng of short stories, sketches of Indoed, sho expressed herself positively travel, and articles of general interest, as having no desiro for a big town all profusoly illustrated. house with a retlnuo of servants. Soon to Be Out of Debt. WANTS TO ALWAYS LIVK IN imiDGRroRT. Tho people of tho Providence district, want to live always in this dear county, aro congratulating old house, where was born," sho said, Webster thomsolves that thoy havo only ono with somo feeling, "and if money is more payment to mako on tho comgoiug to tnko mo away from it, or from promise settlement of tho railroad debt my playmates, or if I'm expected to bo of the district and that the pall that has any different, I don't want it.eo there!" hum: over- tho district for bo long will bo lifted. Beven months ago Annie's father died, aud that is why tho littlo flu uro The Children of Porto Rico. that used to ibt in and out among tho IHarpcr'a Weekly.) trees in bright colored frocks is dressed Children aro an and In mourning now; and a good desl of abundant factor in tho domestic eeono-om- y tho color has disappeared from hor of tho peasant's life. Itj is callod spirits, too. Bho nnd her father Guorgo domestic economy, sinco it costs noth Hichardsou, were great chums in tho ing to supply tho air of day for tho old days, and her playmates say that, lungs of theso littlo waifs; it costs notb inttoud of leading tho romps through ing for their olothes, for they runabout tho parkway and down by tho beaoh, as in tho suushlno and tbo rain just as Qod sho used to do, sho spends much of her made them, and sleep in odd corners time in hor fuvorito nook by tho watoVu without cover, for the first An inheritance of millions doeau't al lovo tho park and frpend moat of my ways turn a youDK' cirl'fl head. Some time in it." timoH it doesn't disturb tho current of Aunlo Richardson looked with wistful, her lifo by ho tuuoh uh an added rlpplo. loving oyes over tho beautiful seaside 8uou, at leaM, is tho caflo with Aunlo VMk that fctrttohes from tho foot of lliohardsoD, KrauddaURhtcr of Joseph tho ltichardaon cronnds down to tho Hlohardflou, of 'water's cd(?o. It has beou a sort of tho Now York World. nuraory and playground for this little Uy tho will coiiteft which waa do- - country irirl, and her oyes said moro elded this week tho Uttlo country pirl fervontly than words that 37,000,000 now possesses $7,000,000 in her own could never replace tho dear familiar Vet her uamo has not becu tee no. riuht. .!., years of their baby lives, and whon old or, a siuglo discarded, tattered garment adds to their natural graco of decency. Bo thoy live, without expenses, and with littlo tenderness bostowod on them in tho shapo of material comforts, though tho mothet's kiss is often given and tho father pats tho littlo head. Thoy Boon toddle, at tho command of tho mother, to do small errands, to help weod tho garden, to bring in the hand fulof wood for tho fire, to dig tho tubers for a meagro meal, and, lastly, to hold up their tiny hands and with plead ing eyes gain a copper from the passer by on tho roadside. They are a good investment to tho family; tho majority of them dio at an early oge, and it costs but a fow strained hoars to tho mother's heart, a bit of cloth for a shroud, and tho energy needed to carry tho tiny form to tho potter's Hold. Offsetting this is tho usefulness of thoso who, by tho laws of survival of the fittest, pull through with sturdy forms, to pick berries, work in tho cano and tobacco fields, and add I to tho common fund, until, at a varying age, they rebel against tho paternal banker, and live for themselves in poverty and in bond ago to the landed kings, just as tho gen oratfons who camo before them. A O. O. Dollar-Dinne- r. ALL DIED FIGHTING. In Four Men Engaged a Difficulty in Which Every one was Killed. Four men wero killed as a result of a street flgbt, in Okolono, Miss., last week. Not ono of tho mon engaged in tho flgtcsoaped alive. It was tho mott desperate encounter in the history of tbo placo. Tbo following aro tho victims: Br. J. H. Murfeo, aged sixty years. Howard Murfoe, his son, aged twen Charles D. Clark, aged forty years. tyone years.' Walter tbirty-tbro- o Brigham Yonng, former President of tho Mormon Church. Maj. Yonng is himself an older in tho church and has eorvod as a Mormon missionary. Tho two Utah batteries wero engaged in the first battlo with Spaniards at Mai ate. Four of tho guns wero posted in front of tho American lines, only 800 yards from the Spanish trenehes. On tho night of July 81, in tbo midst of a driving rainstorm, tho Spaniards opened firo and soon charged with 3,00p mon in line. .Supported by the Pennsylvan-ians- , the Mormon gunners hold their placo and assisted in repulsing the attack. The Utah batteries also took a leading part in tbo capture of Manila, and ever they havo been whoro tho fighting was the thickest. A Historic Shot; Harper'aMagazlhc At Saratoga, the turning-poin- t mossago 10 mo eiuc; mat nis "services thi;si'(im:k. wero no longer needed." Not ono of After the manner of RudjarU Klpllnjf.l them was provided with transporation or tho means to bring himself and his samplo oases homo. This had to bo A woman there nas.and she wrote for the picM, (As you or I might do ) done at their own expense. to Tho trust is tho 'soulless and heartless She told howttewcut and afit a drew, And how to many savory master of tho situation, and it means But ahe never had done it herself,mtu, I cucw. And jmt hero we will say to (Which uoue of her readers Liiew.) buslnestl ..... . tbo tobacco trust and all tho other Oh, the hour wc spent mid the flour we spent, Satan's brood of Republican-spawned- , Aud the sugar we wasted like snu J, bottomlesa-pi- t aggregations of wicked- At the word of a woman who had never had cooked ness, that tbo people of this country al(And now we know that she never could cook,) so mean BUSINESS-a- nd they spell it And did not understand. with capital lettersi Just wait! It will A woman there wa and she wrote right fair, be moro than a cyclone. It will bo on (As you or I might do,) earthquake aud a tornado combined. How out of a barrel to make n chair, WAITI Tobecoered with chintz and stufcd with hair, A d Hoe, chairman of the banquet committee for tho meeting of the Ohio Valley League of Hlmetslio clubs at Louisville, Ky., has completed arrangements for tho Bryan dollar dinner at Fountain Ferry on the evening of tho closing day of tho meeting, Juno 2, Thero will bo soven huge tables, with seats for l,000v guests. The central chair at table No. 1, will be occupied by W. J. Semonln, chairman of the banquet. Chair No. 2 will bo for Judge James F, Tarvin. of Oovington, the president of the league, Chair No. 3 for the Hon. W. J. Bryan, tho guest of honor, and chair No, 4 for J. O. S. Blackburn, the toastmaster. Tho menn has boon completed. It will bo as follows: Clark, his brother, years. All were instantly killed tavo Walter Clark, who died thrco hours later. Tho tragedy was tho result of a quarrel over a disputed doctor's bill. The residenco of Dr. Murfeo aud Charles D. Clark adjoin. About noon Clark called at Dr. Murfeo's home. The only witness to tho encounter was G. W. Foster, who was seated on the gallery of his residence, directly opposite that of Dr. Murfeo. Dr. Murfeo and Charles Clark engaged in conversation for some time. Tho conversation grow louder and finally Clark fcUrted oil". At this time, according to Mr. Foster, Dr. Murfeo asked Clark when ho wanted to settle that way. Clark responded that bo was ready right now, and wtlked into the Dr. Murfeo followed, telling street. his son, who also started to follow, to go back. fjo. Waters Iu Harrodsburg Sayings. A diminutive conplo that ought to of tho havo been spanked and Bent homo wero American Revolution, tho marksman- married at Stanford by a preacher Fricents and ship of Morgan's riflemen virtually de- day who received sixty-fiv- e cided the battle. Several times during two dozen epgs for hfs services. Tho this engagement Colonel Morgan had groom was about fifteen and tho brdo a noticed a officer of tbo little over twelve years of age, wearing enemy, mounted upon a splendid gray a dress too short by two inches to reach horse, dining from ono end of tho line hor knees. It looked like mockery of After the ceremony thoy to tho other, encouraging his troops. marriage. Morgan recognized tbo bravo ftllow as drove their wagon np in a fenco corner an officer whose conductbe. bad ad- in the outskirts of town nnd proceeded mired in tho battle of the 10th of Sep- to dine, a basket of vituals having bee tember. It was General Fraser, who brought along to 9avo the nnucocssary was considered by the Americans a more investment of fivo cents in ehecso and skilfnll and dangerous leader thau orackcrs. I happened to drive by with Burgoyne, and Morgan himself regard- two friends while this bridal dinner was ed the issue of tho oontett doubtfnl as in progresp, and the show was well longasFiaeer remained in the saddle. worth the prico of admission. Adam Soon uftcr the action commenced, Gen- and Eve were never as happy in tbo eral Arnold, who know Frascr's ability, Garden ot Eden as that cout Is I saw in Eouuht out Morgan and taid: "That tho fenco corner. officer upon tho gray horso is a host in DR. MtmFEE's T Hit OAT CUT. Another Meningitis Cure. As thoy reached the street Olurk drew himself. He mutt bo disposed of. DiFalmouth rendtetonlan. a knife and cut Dr. Murfeo'ti throat rect the at ention of some of your sharpMrs. M. S. Rector, a resident of from car to ear, tho man falling pros- shooters to him." Morgan's generous instincts rebelled, but ho saw the neces- Texas, who has had meninciti", sends trate and dying on tho gronnd. noble-looking aged Stanford Weddingf. 'Twould adorn any parlor and give it au alrt (And we thought the tale was true). Oh, the days we worked aud the wtys we worked To hammer and saw and hack, In making a chair In which no one could sit, la fact there was no tie whose form it would fit, Without a crick In his back. and she had her fun (Better thau you aud I). She wrote out recipes, and she never tried one She wrute about children of course she had none She told us to do what he never had done (And neer Intended to try.) A woman there was, And It ivi't to toll ind It isn't to spoil That brims the cup of dlsgtcae It's to follow n woman who dk'n't know beans (A woman who never had cooled any beans). But wrote and was paid to fill space. When Weak, Weary and Wasted from Kidney Diseuse, why not try Foley'u Kidney Cnre, a guaranteed medicine. 50e. and $1.00 a bottle. J. H. William?, Hnrtford; S. L. Mitchell it Bro., Beaver Dam; M. S. Ragland, Ro&ine. m Caused by Jealousy. Sfjixnofiblp, Ky., May 11. Because of jealousy, Sam Muttinlv, a farmer living in the Polln neighborhood, about nine miles from this place, shot and fatally wounded his wife and then shot and killed himcclf. Tho weapon UEcd was a shot-guloaded with largo shot. The woman was shot as she wiih running into her house, the load taking effect In tbo back of her bead. Mattingly then fled acres the field?, but bud not gono fur before he turned tho other load on himself, tearing a hulo in his breatt from which he died instantly Tho man had bo como jealous of his wife, whom ho accused of improper relations with another man in tho neighborhood, and that is what led to his blood r deed. n 3"- - Fried Ghlokon. Saratoga Chips. Peas in Cases. Olives. Pickles. Radishes. Fountain Ferry Ham. Gold Roast Beef. Cold Hoast Veal. Smear Ease. Whole Tomatoes. Lettuce with Dressing Swiss Cheese. Assorted Cakes. Ice Cream, Coffee. The Backbone of Our Nation. farm and country districts that tho great brain power of the country has come, is coming and must come in tho future. Instead of dopreciatlng country life, and saying that "to live in the country is to live out of tho world," intelligent people know thut tho free, untrammelled life of tho country unquestionably gives broader views. Tho human mind al wayb grows to suit its outward surroundings. Originality and a development for great things bus naught to check its gtowth where ono can look with earnest eyes from nature up to nature's Qod. To speak of "the ignor-ano- e of the rnral regions" is to stamp one's self as an ignoramus not the country people. Thcro is a soundness of core and an intelligence in tho back country of this nation of ours that people who live in cities and think themselves wise never suspect We oan talk all we like of "social revolutions" and and kindred evils that are supposed to threaten this nation. When they do threaten our institutions tho danger signal will not como from the baok country. Such thoughts are born and fed amid tho fonl atmosphere of the cities. In the clear country air of the faim, nothing threatens this country, and when anything in tho shape of a socialistic, anarehlstio revolution does menace this land, the tree voice which will stamp it out will como from the country. The backbone of this land rests in tho conntry, and on tho farm. m It is from the Ladles' Home Journal. rosy-cheeke- At this junctnro Howard Murfeo again rushed from the houso to assist his father. As ho did so Walter Clark came running from his home, adjoining. As ho reached tho gato hn began firing. Tho first shot struck Dr. Mnrfee, lying unconscious on the ground, who in all received four shots, any .one of which would havo proved fatal. Tho fifth and last ehot fired by Walter Clark struck Howard Murfee. Howard Murfee, who had como from his homo armed, engaged Charles Clark first, his flret shot entering tho head and causing instant death. Then Howard Murfeo turned on Waltor Clark, who was blazing away at Dr. Murfeo's body. The threo shots hs fired at Walter Clark all took effect, the last striking him directly in tho center of tho forehead. WALTER sity CLARK'S DYINO SHOT. l. As ho foil, Walter Clark fired his latt I shot and Howard Murfeo foil, ehot through the heatt. Dr. Mnrfeo was unarmed. Only nino shots were fired, every ono of which took efleci. The families of the participants, attracted to the doors by tho shooting, wero compelled to boo their loved ones lying in tbo sun for thirty minutes awaiting tho arrival of tho Coroner, thoso gathering refusing to allow tho Finally tbo bodies to bo removed. three dead and the dying man wero removed to their respective homes. Charles D. Clark was an attorney. Ho was unmarried. Walter Clark leaves a widow and one child, a little girl. Dr. Mnrfee leaves a widow, throe daughters and a small boy. The participants wero among tho boit citizens of Okolona. of performing the cruel dnty. "War," as Macaulay lays, "is never lenient but where it Is wanton." Selecting twelve of hia.best marksmen, he potted them in a Miitablo position, and pointing out tho doomed warrior, said to his mon. "Co is a bravo fellow, but bo mutt die." Somo of the riflemen climbod into trees to get bettor sight. Among them was Tim. Murphy, a renowned scout from Northumberland Count.-- , Pennsylvania, who, by means d of a rifle, then a novelty, had been uncommonly successful in tho Indian ware. Tho shot was very difficult, for the distance was nearly a quarter of a mile, and the backwoods riflea had no elevated sights. The riflemen retted their long pieces on tbo forks of limbs and began firing. In a moment the crupper of tho gray horse was cut by a bullet. The next minute another ball passed throuph the horse's mano. An aide remarked to Fraser: "Sir, it is evident that yon are marked out for particular aim. Would It not be prndont for you to retire from this place?" Fraser replied, "My duty forbids me to fly from danger." The nrxt instant a bullet from Murphy's rifle Btruck him through tho body, and ho was carried mortally wounded from the field. double-barrelle- the following to her county paper: Having read so mncb of the ravages of the meningitis, and sho knowing as much about it as I do, having lived in Labette county, Kan., in 1873, when it raged in Southeast Kama?, and also had it, I herewith send a recipe for tbo core. You will please publish it for the ood ot suffering humanity: Two ounces of Baltpcter )in one quart of alcohol. Batho tho spine freely from neck down; feet to the knees in hot water. Unfortunate People are they who whllo suffering from Kid ney Disease are prejudiced against all ' advertised remedies. They should know that Foley's Kidney Cure is not a quack e remedy, but an honest guaranteed for Kidney and Bladder troubles. 00 a bottle. J. H. Williams, 50c. and 31 Hartford; S. j. Mitohell & Bro., Beaver m Dam; M. 8. Ragland, Rosine. med-ioin- Dr.Psee?ce's Favorite PRESCRIPTION Makes weak women strong and sick women well Died In Agony. Breckinridge News. On Monday, tho nino months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isom, of If ' Oat of Sorts," cross and peevish, take Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. Cheerfulness will return and lifo acquires now zest. m On 'I ever-prese- TO CUlti; A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Uromo Qulnlac Tablets. AH refuud money If It (ails to cure. 25c. ceuulne has L. h. U- - on each tablet. - drue-gist- s The tf "Whatoflt?" New York World. 1 V " Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties, bpeclal attention gi v. en to all business entrusted to hla care. Office nest door to the Republican office. J. B.VICKERS, SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at Law, HABTFORD, KENTUCKY. profession In all the courts practice WILL Ohio and hiadjoining countlea arid Court Special attention to collections.. of Appeals. PRACTICK In all the Courts of Special attention glren to settlement of decedents estates, road cases and criminal practice. Office upstairs next to Orlffin'a Drug fetore. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD. KY. WILL collec-tlou- B- - E3- - 3STBA-Xj- f s. fAUBI i.OLINN. n. D. KIMOO. GLENN & RINGO, V PRACTICK their profession In all the of Ohio and adjoining countlea tod In Court of Appeals. Special attention glv. en to ttlmlnal practice and collections. Alio LAWYERS HARTFORD, KY. WILL Notary 1'nbUciorOMocounty, Not since the impudent bravado of Boss Tweed to tho peopU of Now York whom ho was robbing "What aro you going to do about it?" has there been hoard from a public servant a" moro in solcnt defiance than that ottered by Secretary Alger at Detroit: Supposing the soldier had a little beef spoiled, what of it? This is the trno tone for a derelict Secretary who is sure of bis President! "Supposing" the beef supplied to our army in Cuba and Porto Hioo was so bad that it poisoned tho soldiers who ate it "What of it?" "Supposing" that tho rotten rations 11 and the other camp horrors caused ten Ring out the old Ring In the new ' of onr soldiers to dio of disease to every Ring out the false Ring in the true" We bring to you the new and true from tho ono that was killed in action piney forests of Norway "What of it?" "Supposing" that tbo tettimonv of Col. Roosevelt, who was used to rough 'ing it and is uot iqueamlsb about his food in emergencies, that tho Altier-Eaga- n Pine-Tar-Hon- ey beef was "horriblo fctoff" 'at best stringy and ttsteleap, at its worst Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by nanseatiug" was confirmed by the eviscience to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Caro for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces dence of hundreds of regular and vol .unteer officers of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. ! "What of it?" Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worrated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus Is cut out ; tho "apposing" that ovcrybody guilty cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed of this fraud and crime is to bo whitemembranes are healed and soothed so that thero washed and rewarded, and only thoso is no Inclination to cough. reprimanded and punished who mude SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS complaint Bottles Only. 25o., 50o. and $1.00 Slies "What of it?" BE SURE YOU GET I AM 68 YEARS OLD. d never used If Messrs. MoKinley, Aler, Armour uay numjy equul to Or. lJell'a ilnc'Inr-lluuePini-Tar-Hoik Co. want an answer to this question It gives quick and permanent relief Dr. tn grips well u coogbsand colds, it mr.ke we think they will get it in tho Ml M. A MtkuUo. wak tunes stroDg.-M- rs, JAdiitfUit Ky. elections. halt-dozen DR. BELL'S n $7 I Bill's I I Dewey's Health is Good. tho steamship City ot Pekin, from China and Japan, was Dr. E. Page, passed assistant surgeon, U. 8. N., and surgeon of tho flagship Olympia for the past year and a half. He makes. - the following statement regarding Adlha KM You Haw Always Bought miral Dewey's health: Bean the A "Admiral Dewey is in perfect health. Ho has not been mere than twenty mdes away from Manila since tho flrtt Mormon Soldiers In the Philippines. day of May latt, find be has not felt the necessity of a physician's aid. The reChicsRo Tribune.) Mormons, who claim that men of ports concerning tho Admiral's physitheir roligion ore as patriotic as any oth- cal condition have been grossly exager, point in proof to tho achievements gerated. The ollmato of Manila is enof tho two Utah batteries of light artil- ervating, of course, but tho commander Probably of the fleet has been no moro affected lery in tho Philippines. of the men in both bat- by it than any ono else." teries aro members of tho Mormon Ouurob, They are commanded by Maj. For Whites and Blacks. Kiobard W. Young, o grandson of old It is not generally known that in old Kentucky, whoro tho Southern idea is supposed to obtain in all purity,thero is a school in which perfect equality of tbo I racos is taught, but suoh is tho case, and the fact is made more prominent by a reoont donation of $50,000 to tbo Many diseases considered in institution. We refer to Burea College, curable are catarrn in Mbditou eonnty, which was founded under other names. some fortyodd year ago by Rev. John Simplo catarrh in G. Fee and Oon. Ca6aius M. Clay, tho head is called rampuut abnlitlonistp, under many dif .v Incurable. Con- - ficulties. It now has somo 70J pupils, ltiVl KiiTiitittnn r rn. about equally divided be two r.r Ty'' en tho turrh of tho races, soveral SUteu being represented. (JvSX lungs, and its victim is, no SocM cqnality is taught iuitsextnm tor doubt, past he! p ctt form, and is pruotlced in tho btdog no distinction whatncl- way, s " ' '" In tlinA morn , ever thero of tho wuito fctudenU .1 in favor but great num Cob. red victors, runro or less distin bers of people die of consumption gnished, aro entertained in the home-hold- s needlessly. It is certain that every of the members of the faculty, phase of catarrh, including many cases who aro mostly whit'j teachers from of consumption, aro cured by tho right At ono of their comDr. Hartman's Northern States. treatment. mencements, wbito girl fctudonts and great prescription, attacks catarrhal diseases scientifically nnd cures them. colored glrh exchanged kies of greetDr. Hnrtmau explains it fully iu his ing with a mncb apparent st.hfaoiioa books which are mailed on application. as though both were of tho ssmo color. Hero is a letter from Mrs. llarmening, D. K. Pearsons, tho Chicago philanMnzo Manle, Wis., who U ono of many thropist, who recently raado good hi cured of consumption by promise of $30,000 to Beroa College on Bho says; condition that 1150,000 be raised from Columbus O, Pe.ru-n- a Medicine Co., other source, bus juat udded nnothor Dear Sirs: "I cannot pralso your $50,000 to the ondowmont of that remedy too highly. Last winter I had making his donkt'ons reach la grippe and hemorrhage of tho lung followed. All tho doctor around hero a total of $100,000 witUiu a mouth. told mo I had to dio of consumption. The Tobacco Trust. Then I thought I would nsk Dr. Hart-ma- n f for advice, which I did. Ho L t Saturday three hundred travelfor me, nnd I took it ing men, who Lad fwithfuily repress i.t according to his direction! and wus cured. I ndviho everybody that U ed the interests of the Ligmtr & Myors troubled with lung disease To take Dr. and other tobacco corn punks reoont ly Hartman's treatment. I urn sure they absorbed by the tnitt, wire dfeobargod will not regret it If they do. I am now by telogHpb, Each of tho three d enjoying good health, aud can thank received a short, laconic, brutal C for it." Pateeville, met with a horriblo death. While tho parents were busy they allowed tho Utile ono to roll about on the floor of the living room and amuse itself as best it could. A fire was burning in tho fireplaco and tbo babe, approaching too near, ' rolled into the flames and was burned j to death before assistance could be rendered. This is the second tragedy ot the character that has happened In tho Pates-vill- e neighborhood since the first of the month. Latt week the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Hefley fell into a canldron of hot o and was boded to death. soap-greas- OASTOXIXA. three-quBiter- s By the Laying- on of Hands. The Rev, F. A. Lester, pastor of the Main-stree- t M. E. churob, of Now Albany, is causing a sensation in tho Indiana city by the "laying on of bands," for the relief of diseases. Last week ho was called to attend a yonng man who, bad beon unable to sleep for many-honrs- , and who apparently had but a abort while to live. Ho passed his hands over the patient several times, and Iu a few minutes the sufferer fell into a profound dumber that continued twelve hours. When he awoke his condition soemed so greatly improved that it Is now thought by his friends that he will recover his health. - mmk Wl A great 1 TemplranceJRemedy. NCURABLE DISEASES RAW AS FROM E No before the littlo rednej begins to itch and burn. This is but the beginning, and will Itching and Burning of lead to suffering and torturo almost unendurable. It is a common mistake to regard s roughness and redness of the skin nd This Fearful Disease. merely a local irritation : It is but an indica tion of a humor In the blood of terriblo and can not be reached by local appliEczema which is more than skin-deecations of ointments, salves, etc., applied to the surface. Tho dlseaso Itself, tho real cau'so of the trouble, is In the blood, although all suffering fa produced through the skin; the only way to reach tho disease, therefore, Is through p, mMl l to tha Not much attention Is Torture Equal to the first symptoms of Kczema,often itpaidnot long but is mmm mwm Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mixersvllle, Ind., writes : "I had Ecxenm thirty years, and after a great deal of treatment my log was so raw and soro that it gave mo constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and began to spread and grow worse. For the pust fivo or six years Ihave suffered untold agony and had given up all hopo of ever being free from the disease, as I havo bepn treated bv somo of tho best physicians and havo taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little faith left I began to take S. S. S., and it apparently made the Kcsema worse, but I knew that this was tho wav the remedy got rid of tha poison. Continuing S. ri. S., tho soro healed up entirely, the skin became jbIaam an1 amrvntti n ml T Utt;u& aiiu Bu.isuki, unit a nfaa fiiiFiul nniifntlv " naa vuu vtiittji Eczema la un obstinate disease and can not bo cured by a remedy which Ii Specific only ft tonio. Swift's blood remedies because it cures diseases which they oan and will euro not reach. It goes to thobottom to tho cause of the dieens-the worst case of Eczema, no matter what other treatment has failed. It Is the only blood romedy guaranteed to be freo from potash, mercury or any other mineral, and never fails to euro Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, Cancer, Totter, Rheumatism. Open Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, etc. , Insist V msn Q U nntUnn ian tuba ltd lllnnit. Ull lUCBt umeaot-- mil uu ubiicu iivu iu nuj iwuiioo uj wnm wj- -. iiwil cirio Company, Atlanta, Georgia. Vfjjn , r Vto 1suM is superior IMU U1UUU. pro-bcrlb- s.to other s. s. for the: blood IV-ru-- bun-dro- . i"j. -- a V45-- v --, (JJrfjwJLJt. fk.& fiMmfca. .. A, . gnrtford WhMs SwaM. FKAMK L.FKLIX 11KI1E11 MATTHEWS their fellowmou. Mr. Carnegie ovi dently appreciates the duty and re- Thero , sponsibility of great wealth. are few persons who are permitted or .Proprietor M.Kdttur care to enjoy lire In the contented and unselfish manner selected by Mr. Carnegie. I their followmeu of color to lead useHIT BY AKEGJF BEER. ful and upright lives. They need fear no evil from any source, in the South or anywhere else, so long as Remarkable Accident that Knocked their characters are above reproach. a Woman off a Stump InWhen the members of the negro to a Pond. race get rid of their meanness, they will not be molested. Till? Hartford Republican, in its last issue,e8says to take Tun Hkhai.d out behind the house and give it a terrible dressing down because wo saw fit to defend the editorial craft of the country from the unwarranted attacks of Rev. Sam Junes. The editors of the Republican do not seem to consider the fact that when the reverend gentleman spoke of the "little jackass editors," that it included them as well as Tin: Hi:iiam Bat-uida- with a pocket knifo and nccldcntully stuck tho knifo into his co, and destroying the sight Mirs Anna Hfokcy, of this place, is visaing mount, ana relatives in UwenB boro. Mrs. Ed Wado ran a small splinter in Interesting Days -- A.T- Subscription - $1 per Year, in advance 17. Wednesday, May It is hoped that upon his return to this country Admiral Dowoy will be spared the torture of hearing about the humorous iniquities that have been perpetrated upon his namo. Those harmony strains that are alleged to be permeating the atmosphere in the Republican camp in Kentucky, sound like the distant or suppressed din from a wclUstirred menagerie. A thavei.eh just returned says Havana is suffering from worthless Nothing uncommon Americans. America herself often about that. suffers from the presence of thcso same people. Tins is getting to be much of a We have the chainless "less" ago. wheel, the horseless carriage, the wireless telegraph, Ac., and are threatened with many other "less" concerns that are the product of the times. President McKikley has set a He has his new fashion in trousers. pants creased only from the knee down and uot from bottom to ton The the heretofore popular plan. President has also invented a new , which is said to be quite lothetic. hand-shake- m Mr. M. L. Heavrik, of Hartford, at present County Attorney, is being boomed for the Republican nominaMr. tion for Attorney General. Heavrin is a capable and polished gentlemen, and would no doubt run We know of no Rea strong race. publican whom we would rather see honored than the gentleman from Ohio county. Ir Dewey wants to save himself much physical exhaustion and men tal embarrassment, he should bring Hobson along with him as a body guard and substitute on trying occaThe great naval hero is no sions. doubt a brave man, but he should remember he will have to face powder in a different form when he con fronts the American girls. formally announced his caudidacy for the Republican nomination for Hon. Clifton J. Pratt Governor. This ar was already in the field. raysthe Hunter and Bradley fao tions in the order in which the above gentlemen are named, and the swish of the snickersnee and political razoo will now be heard, to the rhythm of e Auditor Stone has music. rag-tim- Attorney General Taylor has been mentioned in connection with this race, but it is not probable that he will announce. Tue State Commercial Convention which is to be held in Louisville the 21) th and 30th ofthis month, prom-iee- s to be a most important and largely attended event. It will be a much bigger affair than the Convention of last year, which was but the commencement of much good work. It is a matter in which every citizen of the State should be interested. "The Industrial Prosperity of Kentucky" is its motto, and it should be the part of every Kentuckian to aid in fulfill ing its mission. Every one who can possibly do so, should attend and take part in the proceedings. gravating circumstances, but the manner in which justice is meted out to deserving criminals nowadays is often a cause lor chagrin and disgust The to every true lover of justice. annals of our courts nowadays bear few records of what is generally JJIinu termed a popular verdict. Justice, fabled for her fairness, is being imposed upon by some occult In fact, she seems to have means. very little to do with what is being before her bliuded accomplished eyeat Can there be much wonder that the people do not oitener take the law iuto their own hands, when such verdicts as have been lately returned by juries in the courts of this section are taken into consideration? Every good citizen abhors lynchdaw and condones it only under the most ag- the United States is hailed with delight on every haud. Perhaps no returniug American was ever ten dered such an enthusiastic and un affected greeting as will be given our distinguished commander from But Dewey dethe Philippines. His worth is of the serves it all. genuine eort, and ho is the kind of man the Americans love to honor. There is much sentimental gush being indulged over the fear that he will be wined and dined so extensive ly as to seriously interfere with his comfort and health, but the people need hardly be alarmed along this Dewey has evinced himself line. a mau of the most firm yet elevated character, and it is not among the probabilities that he will allow hie frieuds to hug him to death. The return of Admiral Dewey to The Hon. Roswell F. Flower, former The treachery of the Hartford Re- Governor of New York, died suddenly publicans against W.Fred Long in the of heart failure, superinduced by acute Senatorial matter is shameful. Capt. indigestion, at tho East port Country N. T. Howard was announced in the Club, at Eaatporr, Long Island, last party organ here last week for Sena- week. tor to beat Long for the nomination, has been suggested that the people and that his candidacy was set on ofIt United States, through the new the foot and consummated right here in papers, raise a fund of $350,000 to be Capt. presented to Admiral Dewey upon his Hartford, is an open secret. Howard is a native of Butler county, return home, to be used for the purbut is at present at Savanab, Ga., in chase of a home Capt. command of his company. Tho First Nebraska infantry, which Howard's name has been frequently Attorney General- went to the Philippines with 1,300 men, mentioned for the ship, aud the fact that he was an- and which, with the Twentieth Kansas, nounced as a candidate for Senator has seen the heaviest fighting, haa askin the same issuein which aprominent ed for temporary relief from duty. The Republican's boom was launched exhausted men now master only 375. makes They are to be sent home June 25. General, for Attorney W. Fred the matter very plain. John Fugan, a tramp from New York Long, a good home man and a who was endeavoring to steal a ride staunch Republican, is to be discard- upon a train, had bis right leg cut of ed for the take of this little political below the knee and his left horribly game. And such is the game of pol- maneled at Caneyville, Thursday. He itics as played by the bad been put off the train by the conleaders of the Republican party in ductor and endeavored to swing on Kentucky. again as the train started up,but slipped and fell nnder the wheels. Hartford is perhaps not alone in During a severe rain and electric the matter of newspaper grumblers, by and Tun Herald may suffer as little storm Mrs. John W. Blair was killed lightning at her home on Big Lonely from this source as the average country newspaper. But there are those creek, in Harlan couoly. Mrs. Blaird people in every town who are unwill- was standing iu the door and her was sitting near with two of their ing that a newspaper should have opinions that do not exactly agree children on his lap, when the fatal bolt They stand came, killing her inbtantly. Mr. Blair with their own. ever ready to criticise or speak ill of and the children were so severely their home paper if it should give ut- shocked that they did not regain conterance to sentiments they consider sciousness for two honrs. unwise. The good that thefr home Though he will leave Manila in a few paper has done and is doing in cer- dayp, Admiral Dewoy will not reach tain matters, is often buried beneath the United States nntil September. Ho a mountain of abuse and censure, if and the crew of the Olympia are in they find something in its columns great need of rest and shore exercise, They sel- and will spend some time in varions that does not suit them. dom have anything good to say, but ports, reaching home after the hot are ever ready with words of criti- wcatlier has passed. In reply to Invitacism for the paper that continues to tions to banquets at New York and San faithfully serve their best interests. Francisco, he has cabled that tho state Such persons should study the Gold of bis health demands rest. en Rule and also strive to cultivate Tho United Confederate Veterans more of that spirit of charity without next reunion in we are as decided to bold their which the apostle tells us Louisville. Gen. John B. Gordon and tinkling cymbals and sounding brass. all tho other officers were There is said to be an inmate of After a spirited debate over the resolu. the Hopkinsville asylum whose idio- tion to accept Federal care of Confeder cy takes the form of a hallucination ate graves, a substitute resolution was that he has swallowed a Democrat. adopted, declining tho proposition save He goes about spitting and rubbing as to those graves in the North and his stomach and complaining of the reserving t j tho women of the South tho bad taste that comes up into his care of all graves of Confederates iu mouth as a result of having eaten the Maryland and the States which eeoeded. unruly politician. Not long ago the There Is more Catarrh lu there were a number of visitors to country than all other disease this section ol and put together, the asylum, all Republicans, who until the last few years wps supposed to be In took much delight in hearing the curable. 1'cr a creat many years doctors propoor fellow complain of his unhappy nounced It a local disease, and prescribed local baa-ban- and any other paper whoso representative might bo present. The allegation that Sam Jones is a great preacher is not denied. When he discards his seeming roughnes? and levity and employs his best faculties, he can preach as chaste and ornate a sermon as anyone would desire to listen to. What Thk Hkkamj said was not intended to throw cold water on his comiug to Hartford. Wo are not so vaiu as to believe One reason that the members of that anything that The Hkkald the newspaper profession do not suc- might say derogatory to his preach ceed any better than they do, from ing, would keep one person from his a business point of view, is that they crowd here on the 2M. The Woare always antagonizing each other. men's Club of Hartford, under whoso What would bo considered decided- auspices Mr. Jones is being brought ly unprofessional in other avo cations, here, has no more earnest friend is practiced without compunction by than The Herald in their noble some newspaper men. The bitterest efforts iu behalf of tho town. We and most relentless enemy the aver-ag- o simply felt it our duty to defend the newspaper man has, is his "es profession from the causeless attacks They fly of Mr. Jones, and we believe all teemed contemporary." at each other's throats with a ferocity g persons will endorse seldom indulged while dealiug with our stand. anybody else. The cause for this peculiar and unkind idiosyncrasyis THE LATEST NEWS. not easily explained. It is a species of petty jealousy that Beems inherent. Let it be what it may, it is Charles Howard, who weighs bat 89, an unprofitable sentiment, as un- was married at Detroit. Mich,, to Miss generous as it is unkind, and it de Mabel Hamilton, who palls the beam at serves to be banished from the 384. He looked like a big doll beside realm of newspaperdom along with her. other antiquated ideas and customs. right-thinkin- as President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has been accepted, and this famous episode will now como to an end. It will bo remembered that this trouble came up when it was iound that Dr. Whitsitt had asseverated in his Baptists writings that the early-timdid not employ immersion as a mode of baptism. His high integrity and learning brought him a largo following, but his contention caused a big split in his church. When the controversy became hot, bo at once o fie red to resign his place in the Seminary, and the most of the trouble has been between his friends and the opposition as to whether his resignation should be accepted. The final vote was very close, being 22 to 20 in favor of the change. His successor is J. P. Greene, of Liberty, Mo. e The resignation of Rev. Dr. Whit-fiit- t closely as to how the Democrat tasted as ho went down aud as to whether the JefTersonian caused much disturbance in the gastric regions. The idiot took it all good naturedly and patiently, and finally he said: "I'm awful glad it wasn't a Republican I Then one 'of his torswallowed." "Because it mentors asked why. would have killed me on the spot," replied the sufferer, solemnly. Then the visitors traveled on and the insane one passed his hand over his stomach with an expression of relief. experience. He was questioned remedies aud by constantly fa 11 Ins to cure with It incurable. local treatment, pronounced Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dUeate, and It therefore requires constitutional treatment. Halt's Catarrh cure, manufactured by 1', J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, U the ouly constitutional cuie ou the market. It Is taken Internally lu doses from 10 drops to a teapoou ful. It acta directly ou the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They utter one hundred dollars for sny case It falls to cure. Send for Addrcw, circulars aud testimonials. I', J, Cub.sky & Co., Toledo, O, Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's family I'llls are the best. her thumb about a month ago. She gave icarcely auy attention to it until about a week or more afterwards when it commenced giving her great v A remarkable accident occurred puin. Dr. McDonald, of Wbitcsvillo.waB afternoon near Iehnri, on tho O. summoned aud bo pronouuoed it blood and N. railroad, that camo uenr result- poison i n ir. Miss Sarah E. Smith who got her ing in tho death of Mrs. John Wood Her iojurics may yet provo leg brokcu about six weeks ago is imward. proving fatal, says tho Owensboro Messenger. Mrs. Lou Own is taking tho lead in Mrs. Woodward was sitting on a the duck Hue. Sho haa forty-fiv- o young stump, fishing in a pond near the Field ducklings. Coal company's mine, whioh is some rbnderTkt. distances from tbo station. Island is a Special tu Tub Herald. prohibition community, bnt boor and May 14th Since our last letter tho other liquors are somt times shipped following births bavo taken placohere: thero on the quiet, Ono way of deliv- Tothowlfo of Frank Allen, a girl; to of John Held, a ering beer iu kegs is to drop it off tho the wifeEd Andrews, a boy; boy; to the wife of to tho wife train before tho station is reached. of John By uro, a boy. All tho above Saturday afternoon a keg of beer was aro doing well, with tho exception of part of tbo merchandise ou Express Mr. Byer's babe. It died and was buried Messenger .Mill's manifest, to bo deliv- a shott while after birth. boon sick Mrs. Owyn, who has for ered by the "kicking tilT" prooecaat several weeks, wo are gUd to learn Is fthiud. Just before tho coal mine was Improving. Tho Sunday school class reached, while tho train wns going hopen to have her with tbem again next along at ratLer n lively inls tbo keg of Sunday.Moore, of Central City, who Mrs. has beer was pushed out tho door of the car been hero visiting bor daughter, Mrs. and struck tho eiuth about llfteon feet Sultzburg, returned home on last Monfrom where Mrp. Woodward was sitting. day. family havo Mr. Perk Sallzburg The keg bounded and ttruck the woman gono to Cebtral City audvisit relatives. to in the side knocking bur off the stump Mrs. Sam Danka, of Central City, and iuto the pood, whioh, in several feet pnld a visit hero lot Sunday to see her mother, Mrs. Katie Campboll. deep. Mr. Will Campbell, of Islington, Mrs. Woodward's sod, a boy only was here mixing with his old friends on five or six years old, whh playing on the last Sunday. of the pond at "the time. Messrs. John Francis and Simon The bank child waded into the pond and took Jones went to Louisville last week to the epriug races. bold of his mother, with remarkablo attend C. P. Wathon, a former resident Mr. presence of mind for ono so young, en- of thin place, but now a resident of Vino Grove, Ky, is hero taking an deavoring to Hit her up. Her sister-in-laof the Company's stock and propwas on the other sido of tho pond, erty. Ho goes from boro to Jellies, also Ashing. She screamed and attractTenu. ed tho attention of somo men who were Mr. Stone, inspector of mine?, was not far away. John Barcliy reached heto a few days age, to iuspect tho place. tho scene first and succeeded in drag- mines at this very wellAs far as we can pleased with the learn, ho was ging Mrs. Woodward, halt drowned, condition ol things at the mines. from tho pond. Rev. Itobcrtion filled his regular apto her pointment at tho Baptist church last Mrs. Woodward was home and Dr. Almond was called. An Sunday night. was The Baptist cbnrch debt of examination showed a large gain iu lledgedand nearly paid at the $40 dedicaher right Bide, and her side and arm tion here on April UOtu. The O. O. & I. badly brnised. The icjury is not nee Co. by Mt. Simon Jones, snperiLtend essarily fatal but at the h&t reports Mrs, ent, presented the church with a town lot and $230. The eompauy and the Woodward was sufleringgreatlyandthe official aud the people of the town and doctor was not prepared to give an op- Vicinity bavedoueexceedingly well and now the town can well be proud of our inion as to the result. The official No blame attaches to tbo express beautiful little church. agent for the accident, since it was of tbo church beg leave to thank tho people for their liberality in enabling clearly unavoidable ou bis part. Tho them to build a twelve hundred dollir keg of beer was recovered from the church aud pav for it insidu of oneycar. Mr. Elleu Dot, of Powderlv, is here pond after the excitementsnbsidcd. visiting relatives and friend?. Mr, Keem Burton, who has beenawav COMPANY, HKNUY KOKIILEIl Lumber Dealers, of Louisville, Ky., Invite or on a long visit to Barnsley, is back respondence with Mill men who have lumber home ngaiu. Mr. and Mrs. Lum Dowell gave a for sale. They buy Poplar aud Hardwoods social In honor of their little girl Jep6o in mixed cars. Dry or Green. Write them on last Saturday uight. A pleasant timo is reported. Blackmailers Foiled. The mines are running verv tlow now At Louisville, Ky., the Cheatham on account of scarcity of coal orders. blackmailing casetwblcb came to a close Mr. John Jones is very ill. Mrs. Mary Nance, of HuRsellville, Is in tbo Criminal Division Saturday after in the heaviest sentences here visiting her daughter. Mrs. Henry noon, resulted Malin. ever imposed in a misdemeanor case in Tho following wcntlo Hartford courtKentnoky. After being out just 45 ing lafct Wednesday: Messrs L. Francis, minutes the jury returned its verdict, Judgo Lauder, Hiram MoMillau, Dr. finding the defendants 'guilty, and tlx Innep, Mrp. Jas. Kdly, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pierce. ing their punishment as follows: Mr. Clark, the agent here, paid bis Mrs. Delia Hoover, seven years in familv a vis t at New Albany, Iod , last Saturday and Sunday. the County Jail and 0,000 line. Nora Hummers, two years in the ' Health for ten cents. Cascarcts mako County Jail. the bowels and kidneys act mutually, Frank Davie, six years in the work- destroy microbcp, cure hadace.bilions-netand constipation. Alldruggi&t?. tf house and $0,000 fine. 13. F. lilakeman, six years in the Groom of a Week Killed. workhouse and $0,000 tine. Ky , May ltt. Guy WiLMAMSTOwy, The case will go ou record as ono of the mott celebrated in the criminal an- Williams was accidentally killed by tbo nals of Kentucky. About two months diecbargo of a shotgun in bis own hands ago Mrs. Delia Hoover filed suit for this afternoon. Ho waB loading the 810.000 againtt A. B. Cheatham, an gun preparatory to going hnnting,wben elderly and wealthy stock broker, ask the gun went oft. Ho was married last ing the damages on the grounds that be week to MIbs Edna May Cattleman. Just one year ago his bride's father was had betrayed bcr font daughter, Nora Summers. Davis and thrown fiom a horse at this place, and lilakeman were said to havo been wit- died in a few hours from his injuries. nesses of Cheatham's conduct. Cheatham immediately went before tbo grand Notice to Creditors. jury and bad the four indicted for conA 1 penons bavlDg claimp apalofct tho spiracy to extort money. ettatu of James A. Smith, deceased, aro nnftiftml tn nr Rpnfc thft damn, nrnncrlv It developed at the trial that ho had proven as required by law.beforo me at befriended Mrs. Hoover and had loaned my office io liartiora, jvv, on or ueioro her money. He went to her apartments tbe Mth day of May, 1809, or tbey will E. P. Nel, Adm'r to colteot it. She sent her daughter to be barred. of James A. timitu .deceased. receive him. Tho next diy he was vis- 1814 ited by Davis and Blakeman, who demanded $500 hush money, saying they had witnessed him in a compromising position with tbo girl. Cheatham, nnder preteneo of falling into tho trap,got them to sigo a paper, which practically convicted them. The best counsel in the city was engaged in the case on either side. Tho verdict is even more severo than appears. The defendants uro without money and will have to servo out their fines. If this is tho case Mr. Hoover's Not worth paying attention to, you say. Perhaps you total imprisonment will be over 5 years. have had it for weeks. Blakeman and Dsvjs will have to .serve It's annoying because you 22 years and 1G0 days. have a constant desire to cough. It annoys you also Philip Starks, Hardin, Ky., writes: I because you remember that had Chills and Fever every spring until weak lungs is a family falling. 8 yenra ago, when I used Dr. M. A. SimAt first it is a slight cough. mons Liver Medicine. It cared me. I At last It is a hemorrhage. have pot had them since. It is strongAt first it is easy to cure. er, acts quicker (without gripinu) than At last, extremely difficult. nuy medicine I ever tried. m R. T. Collins' Store Deep and lasting are the impressions make upon the folks. Our well assorted stock, extra nice goods, moderate prices and courteous salesemen, are prominent factors in winning for us a host of friends. Every day something happens to interest the purchasing public. Ponder on what appears below and you will not marvel at R. T. Collins store being a favorite among all classes. Our constant endeavor to push the quality up and crowd the price down is what brings the knowing shopper here, and makes our's the busiest store in town. out-of-town " i i - Wo have a Men's HatS Dress Goods. Double-fold- , one way, worth 15c; fine line of hinen Hats. They aro the latest thing out in the wo soil at 10c per yard. wide, way of summerheadwear. Wo Better grades, 30-ione-hawool, regular 20e have them from 25c to 50c goods, our low price loe per each. All kinds of fine Hats yard. Regular 25c goods go at prices to suit the times, in this sale at the low price of ranging from 49c to $8.00. 20c per yard. Clothing. We are HeadIn fine novelty patterns, wo quarters in this line. Wo can have them from $8.50 to $10 fit you in price, quality aud per pattern. We give you a few style. As for Wash Goods, we defy prices below: any store in the city to show Men's Suits $2.50, worth $8.50 a better line, at prices as low " same $2.5)8, 1.50 as we will make you. 7.50 w lmvo sl lul1 "Corsets. " $0.00, 10.00 line of Corsets and Corset We can fit you out in tho Waists. Our ladies' summer nobbiest and most stylish Suit We have Corset is a beauty for $10.00. them from 25c to 50c. Other Boy's Suits go at 75c, !)8c Corsets from 50c to $1.25 the and on up to as high as $7.50. best on earth. Men's Sox, black and tan, "ShoesT Shoes! We show at 5c per pair. Better grades man's line Shoe, (all solid goat 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and leather) worth $1.50; we sell up to 50c per pair. at $1.25. Better grade, worth Millinery. Yes, we are at $1.(55, we sell at $1.80. In home when it comes to this fact, we have Shoes at all line. Below we give you a $1.50, $1.(50, few prices, viz: $l.-18- f prices: Children's trim$1 .75, $2.00, $2.50, $:5.00,$8.50 med Hats, worth 75c, our and $8.75. This line of Shoes price 50c. Ladies' fine trimcannot be excelled in quality, med Hats, worth $1.50, our price nor style in the (Ireen price !)S)c. Sailors from 25c River Country. Ask to see our Flowers, up. We can say without any Ribbons, tfcc, when in our hesitancy, that our line of store. We know we can please ladies Shoes cannot be excell- you in this line, because we ed in any of tho large cities. have an expert trimmer who We can sell you a genuine can make a hat to cost you Dongola LaceShoe,solid leath- any price you desire. er, not half paper, for $1.10. shirts Men's Underwear. It's worth anywhere $1.50. Drawers, regular 35e We have Shoes at all prices and Better and we invito you to see our goods; we sell at 22k grade, regular (55c goods, our s line when you need price 18c. All other grades Footwear. go at tho same low price. Wo have Men's Shirts. ifc "" Columbia Chiviot line white laundered Shirts at We over the world at 8c; we sell 50c, they're worth $1. sell a nice Negligee Shirt at it at 05c per yard. 8!ic; it's worth 75c. Fine silk Extra Heavy" Yarwide Worth 5c; wo sell bosom Shirts go at $1.89, Sheeting. pufl at !5ic per yard. $1.50. it worth all-wool n. lf bleached Table Linen, regular at 39c per yard. Kxtra bleached Table Linen, regular 05c goods; wo sell at 50c per yard. 4 Sheeting. Sells every! where at 20c; we sell it at loo per yard. A iull Line of Dimities, worth 7Jc and 10c; we sell at 5c per yard. A full and complete line of Wash Goods at 25 per cent. under regular price. Wo will sell you a good Gingham for Aprons,Bonnets, Dresses, ifcc, at 41c per yard. The best Amaskeog Gingham 50c goods; we sell 9-- Table Linens Good, fast colors, worth 35c to 10c; wo sell at 25c per yard. Half at 5c. Spring cleaning is the order of the day and wo have a nice line of Mattingsand Oil Cloth. We have a nice piece of Oil Cloth at 20c per yard and others at 25c and 30c per yard. Laces and Embroideries Go at 2 Jo, 3ic, llc,5c,7c, 10c, 2c, 15c, 20c, 25c,30cand35c. Good soft Finish, Yard-wid- e Bleached Cotton. You can't 1 get it anywhere except at our store for less than 71c; we sell it at 5c per yard. Alabama Plaid Shirting 5ic per yard. Good quality, regular (c goods;, we sell it at He per yard. Krom 2c, 3Jc up to CaliCO. 5c per yard all the lest grades and neatest styles. "WlteTIannel.-ica- nd 25c er yard, worth 10c more on t io yard. first-clas- Spring Styles in Dress Ginghams. Worth 75c; we sell it at 5c. Hotter grade, worth 10c, our price Oic. New York CamletJ cans, the best, 10c per yard. teen-year-ol- d No matter what your needs may be. you'll find a saving in buying here. Come See Compare. R.T. COLLINS, HARTFORD SMALLHOUSE, KY. Just a Cough tbo river, hut we hope the river will soon he in U baoka aaiu, oh it h fall-lo- g some. Mr. Kofas Lee was iu this community laet week, repairing tho telephone line. Dr. D. E. Miller nnd wife, who recently visited their parents here, havo located at Sulphur Spring. in Oen&boro at .Mr. Jake Barnard this writing. Singing last Saturday night at Mrs. Jennie Koas. The cottage prayer meeting met San-tU- v night with Rev. O. II. Lawrence. The Sunday Schools aro progressing nictly. Mr. T. R Barnard bos resigned his place aa teacher of tbe intermedl-at- e class in tho Baptist ohurcb. Mr.W. D. Maddox is tho present teacher. Mr. J. F. Kimbly, who has been in tbe country tho past week or two, will return to Louisville Is My Blood Pure? This is a qaetttan of vatt importance to all who wish to be well. If your blood la impure yon cannot expect good hraltb, unless yon begin taking Hood's Sjrsaparilla at once. This groat medi cine makes tbo blood puro and puts the sytttm in good health, euros spring bumois and that tired feeling. (Special to Thk Herald. Mity 15. The heavy raina which fell la&t week caused a considerable rUo in 1 Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made. Wo can siivo you dollars and cents if yon will buy Spring We have now on hand a and Summer supplies from us. largo and well selected stock, consiting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes, Ladies' Trimmed and Un trimmed Hats and other Millinery, Hosiery, Notions, Groceries, HardOur storo. ware and everything usually kept in a first-clastock is entirely now and will he sold at prices that defy competition. ss NT e A Safe Blown Open. OitEENHiiimo, Ky., Moy 14. Adams Express Company's safe 'Ihe was Twice Hanged. Rev. George Ust Thursday to the little Andrew Caregie has retired crease in numbers. daughter of Samuel Berry. Last night from active business life with a colos D. Baker, of Philadelphia, in comat 11 o'olook ho was found hanging to a1 menting on this subject, says: sal fortune of 8200,000,000. This he rafter In Berry's barn by one of tho negroea "lu our own State, where the intends to spend, he says, in comfort cent, of Ihe population, form ouly farm hands, who cays ho cut him .down, and in such acts of be able living, they furnish 16 per cent, of the male only to return in an hour or so and find nevolence hb the exigencies of the prUouers, and a4 percent, ol the female him banging in the top of tho barn times seem to demand of him. "I criminal, lu Chicago, while they form about 15 feet from the ground. The hope," he sayB, UI shall not justify ouly lji per ccut. of the population, they Coroner's jury says death was dno to furnlih io per cent, of the arrcxts. The the definition, sometimes deserved, negro population. couitltutiug about it sniclde, but many bolievo ho was bangof a philanthropist, as 'q man with percent, of the entire population of the ed by a mob. a deal of money, but little sense.'" nation, furnUhci 37 per cent, of all ita And then he add; murderers, aud 66 per cent, of Ita female Whooping Cough. "I lutend to complete the tllitrjbutfou homicide!!, aud here U something moht of my wealth, rrcriuK only a provMoji appalling?' I had a little boy who was nearly dead Kiln! any amlety for the future of my The negroes, as a rule, Imve little from an attack of whooping cough. My daughter. She wilt, houcier, not be a Chamberlain respect for virtue iu their own race, neighbors recommended not tbiok thata great helrrta. My time wlllbe dUtrlbutrd Cough Remedy. I did and .are uotorious for their attempts to any medicine would help him, but after lu Marching out good ohjrctv, both lu commit a nameless crime upon the giviug him a few doses of tuxt remedy America ami Great lirltlau, ami lu writ virtuous female members of the white I noticed an fmprovemeut, and ono bot. It is tho best It is uot given to many men of race. The rising generation of no-- 1 tie cured him entirely. had iu tho bouse. medicine there days and times to have the Im- groes are more vicious and immoral couch L. Moore,I ever Uurgettstown, South J, pulse) to iuHH a magnificent fortune than their ancestors. The better' Pa. For sale by 55. Wayne Oriflln A: to dtrilim it for the benefit of element of the negroes should adjure Uro., druggists, Hartford, Ky. only m a mob 1b the proneness of his race to posed to havo been banged by county, His ad- last night at Blue Licks, this illiteracy and to crime. vancement in morality and correct was brought here this afternoon for living has not kept pace with his in- burial. He made an indecent proposal gro The greatest drawback of the ne- Oamjblb, Ky., May 13. The body of John Holland, the oung negro snp 1 blown open by bnrgl-trhere Ia&t night and relieved of a bag of silver containing 81,000 for tho bank here, abont $30 in other money and some valuable papers. Some suspicions characters have been hanging around tuwn for several days, and no doubt will bo arrested, as surrounding towns have been notified. You cannot accomplish any work or business nnless you feel well. It you feel "Used up-T- ired Out," take Dr. M. A. Simmons Livor Medicine, m. ADAHBURG, KY. (Special to Tub 1If.kai.ii May lath. The farmers in this vicin-Is- y aro very much behind with their work. Tho ground is too wet to plow and but very fow farmers are done planting corn. Tho ho ivy rain yesterday washed up a great deal of tho orn I Ayers ( i 4 j A Cherry Pecloral V, backing cough. quickly conquers your little ' ., V K There is no doubt about the cure now. Doubtcomes from neglect. For over half a century ir Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs and prevcntlngconsumptlon. It cures Consumption also if taken In time. planted on the billr. Rev. T. F. Barbour filled his regular appointment at Mt. Morlah Saturday night and Sunday. Owing to the rainy weather tho crowds were large at each service. Mr. David Owen, of Bnford, was in this vioinity Thursday on business. Miss MaHda Hoover, of Calvort City, who lias been visiting frionds and relatives in this community for tho pabt month, returned homo Sunday. son of Lei and, tho little Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stofer, wui playing four-year-o- MwpiBcotDMBcr'sCkrri pectoral piasters ner oir tlljS If 01 CIBJlt 5hill w end you book on this mbject, Ut $2.50 worth $3 50 Ladies' Kid Sboes.wortb $1.50 for $1.25 " 5.00 Ladies' Tan Shoes 3 50 Men's Suits $1.30 to $1.75 " 7.00 Ladies' Dongola Kid, worth 2.00 for 1.60 5 00 Men's Suits " 10.00 Men's Congress Gaiter Men's Suits 7.00 1.00 45a Men's Balmoral 1.00 Dine Oottonado Fants sick head- Men's heavy Moleskin Fants Hood's Pills cure naaeee, 75o Men's Custom-mad- e Congress 2.25 ache, biliousness and all liver ills. Price Children's Suits from OSoup Men's Congress 1.50 25 cents. 4o Men's Solid Congress 1.25 Shirting Prints per yard Aho a job lot of odds and end, which 4jo Oood Shirting per yard Gone With Another Woman. Yard-wid- o 5o we will sell eheap to close oat. Bleach per yard Lkitciikield, Kt., May 13. It is re- Donnot and apron Gingham per yd. ..Co a rdiablo source that Qood Toweling per yard ported horo-fro$1.00 5o 10 pounds Granuldted Sugar 10c Leo Gatton, a prominent farmer resid- Table Oil Cloth per yard ,....15o Fackage Coffee 5o ing near Clarksoo, in this oounty, elopTwo pounds Soda 5o ed with Mrs. Susio Fulkerson, wife of One vory 'large bar Soap Custom-mad50o James Fulkerson, a short timo ago land Flour por saok SHOES! SHOE3I! 55o tbo parties have not Bince been heard Having a very large stock of Shoes Best Fatent Flour per sack We also carry a full line of staple and of. A short time before loaviog, Gatton wo can suit you in any stvle you want fancy Groceries, Qaeensware, Hard-wartold his wife that he loved another wo ranging at all prices. OOo Tinware, Harness, etc., prices to mao, and that bo was going to leavo Ladies' Kid Shoes her, but ho did not give the name of Ladies' Kid and GoatSboei.. $1.00 to suit tbe times. his lover. Ho leaves a wife and seven children. Tho parties aro all well connected and respected citizens and it has created quite a sensation. Give us a call and see for yourselves and you will ho conMon'a Suits e, I ' 1 If you have any computet whatever aud desire thn beit medical arivitf wnu rwt.tttil (iMtttn.wrtta the doctor f re I jr. You will recelvo unom con. a AddieiVlm. J. AVER. Lowell, Mmi. Oif Modlomi Dmpmrtmmntm a I havo boon a sufferer from chronio vinced that wo mean business. Wo want your Wool, diarrhoea over sinoo tbe war and have need all kinds of medicines for it. At ers, Chichens, Ginsong, Eggs, and all other produce,for last I found one remedy that has been wo will Resp'y, pay tho highest market prices. a success as a cure, and that is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. P. E. Onsbam, Gaars Mills, La. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & m Bro., draggifits Hartford, Ky. Feath- which S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. Vv ,.lr MJ" -- ..A ."! tT"..--- ! .- -. - FAIR & CO. 44 Every Well Man Hath His III Day. ft. Civil OHIO CIRCUIT COURT. Docket of the May Term, 1899. Excellent in Quality and Low in Price Lend a charm to our special offerings during the month of May, which renders shopping at our store a pleasurable pastime to all our A doctor's examination might show that kidneys, liver and stomach are normal, but the doctor cannot analyze the blood upon which these organs depend Hood's Sarsnparilla purifies, vitalizes and enriches the blood. It cures you when "a bit off" or when seriously nilHcted. H never disappoints. Dyspepsia-- " My husband haddyapej bIu anil Hood's Sarsaparllla customers. Our programme for cured him. Our little boy was nervous and the baby sores. It cured both." Mns. hail ulcerous Km vi a Ukhk, Portage, Pa. Indigestion-- " I could not eat for some months on account of distress and Indigestion. Hood's Sarsaparllla cured me so that I can eat and sleep well." Mrs. O. A. Uuktz, Tuylor and Walnut Sts., Wilmington, Bel. The Fex( Teq Dqys Will be particularly interesting. Read it. Com- Zfcctfo Sauafywdi Hood's VlUscura liter lllntha non irritating and on ly 'cathartic toukt"wUhfood's pare quality, with prices others ask: SPECIALS. for ISofor Ltneu. 5o LftdfoB M-ln- 8rtrllla. Ico at Mooro k Sanderfurs. WASH GOODS. 4o for Sheer TiiwnR. lUo 15o 10c Ubk IoitRiiKAiiT's Swans Down. Ubb IaLKiiKAirr's Swans Down. Mr. . Ribbed Vest. Turkey Bed Table Hono3-ooinb 5ofora0i2I-lD- . Tow. fh. for pood heavy Crash. :iJo for cood Calico, 5o for Ladioa UUok Hone. Oo 50oforl0 for use. 4 Bed ipnatla hemmed for solid color Organdies. for flno quality Dimity, for beautiful Pique. 7jo for fair quality Skirt Linen. 12jo for pretty Madrai Clotb. 20o for lovely quality MflTsollIen. 10c for Now lino Striped Percale. J. L. Itowo spent Sunday in Loitohlleld. Mr. W. T. Caacbior, Nelson Station, is in town. JUBY TRIALS. 7th Day, Moniay,Mat 22nd. 3341, W. E. Grinstead vs. W. S.Gaines. 3475, E. D. Olio vs. H. C. James. 31)73. A. B. Baird vs. J. S. Coleman. 3804, Fred Weklo vs. D. J. Duncan. 3830, Kobt, WooUwaro vs. 1. U.K.11.UO. 3022, F. B. Bonito vs. J. A. W. Myers. Hni Day, Tuesday, May, 23ud. 3803, Geo. N, Baize vs. I. O. It. It. Co. 3834, I. P. Barnard vs. Sarah Hines. 3835, H. O. Wntkfos vs. T. K. Koown. 3340, B. P.KolIy Ao.vp. Ed Davidson &o. Out Day, Wednesday, May 24th. 3704, B. T. Leo vs J. D. Bergon, 3885, Felix Poolo vs. Lon Calloway. 3800, F.J.Beitz ko. vs. W. P. Graves. 3S93, Sam Edge vh. Jack Balpb. 3910, J. W. Sharp vs. William Turner. 10th Day, Tiiuksday, May 25th. 3915, J.M.Hoover vs.Henry Wostcrfleld 3020, niloy Taylor vs. I.O.H.B.Co. 3928, U.S. Furniture Co. vs. Fordsvillo Graded School. 3931, J. W. Shaver vs. Robt. Plummer, llTn Day, Friday, May 20th. 303S, J. W. Wilson vs. LO.R.R.Co. 3941. J. W. Ford vs. Ohio Co. 3950, Heavrin Jfc Taylor vs.8. A. Anderson. 3953, Wm. Miller vs. J. W. Fields. COURT TRIALS. 11th Day, May 20m 3837, D. W. HlUon vs. B. O. Walker. 3910, Jacob vs. E. T. Williams. . Jtjo. O. Herrol,A.O. Coy, T. 0. Pirtle, Kobott Orabtreo, David Dnke, Beverly Maiden, John Chinn, W. I Rowo, foreman, and James Ambrose, sheriff. Tho following named gentlemen were empaneled as petit jurors for this term: B. F. Sullenger, Jas. Gentry, L. W. Tichonor, Jas. May, J. T. Hines, Amos Miller, nonry Taylor, Wm. V. T. Stovenp, Thomas Williams, JrffFrenoli, I. N. Lnnlmm, Alex Carson, T. W. Daniel, J. W. Igloheart, J. M. Bishop, W. B. Pattoreon, F. W. Pirtlo, Luther Brown. All tbo cases on yesterday's Common-wealth'- s docket wero continued commonwealths vs. Harlan Leisure, Led Farris. Dock Knigbt, Goo Wolfe, Mollcnry Oriflln, Shote Bender, allot which wero filed away witb leave. Com'the. vs. Hiram Stewart, Ves Greer, Daviess Gravel Road Co. not reached. Visiting AUorooys, Capt. W. T. ElIU, Mr. It. A. Miller and Jndge O. W. Mss-ie- , Owcnsboro; Mr. McLean Taylor, Morgantown; Messrs. B. L. Kelley and S. P. Roby, Fordsvillr, W. E. Cox, of Jasper, Indiana, and B, P. Woo ton, ex-oe- THE G.R.I. ASSOCIATION. Im- Formed at Calhoon to Promote migration, Etc. A Move In the Klght Direction. A Correct way to Value Dry Good s. FIRST. Examine tho Quality. SECOND. Verify tho Styles. THIRD. Test the Color. FOURTH. Satisfy yourself how they will serve your v purpose. FIFTH. Come to u reliable store where you can repose confidence in what is said about them that's all. Note the low prices on our Goods for the next two weeks : Good heavy Domestic. 4c, woith 60 Cotton Crash 4c. worth fie Extraheavy Linen Crash worth 12 at10o Better grade Linen Crash 15c, worth 18c lOo for Old Ky. Tow Linen for Skirts. 4o per yard for plaid Cotton, worth Go 7c per yd. Columbia Chlviots, worth 8jo 10-Bleaobcd PeppcrellSheeting,18c, 22o worth 10 4 Brown Pepporoll Sheeting 17c, 20o worth 53'ln.Tnrkey Bed Tablo Linon 15o worth 20o Nice quality 04 in. Bleached Table Lin en 40c, worth OOo 72'in, bleach Table Linon COo.wortb 75o Bleached Damask Napkins, size 20 in., per dozen, worth 25 Bleached Damask Napkins, size 18 in.. Men's Undershirts 20c, worlb 25o Better grade 25o Best grade at OOo Any of tbem worth moro monoy than wo ask yoa for them. Ladles' nice Ribbed Vest in whitp.cxtra good values at So each or G for 25o Fino quality Bleach Bibbed Cot ton Vest nicely finished with tapo 10c or 3 for 2.1o Ladies Swiss Ribbed Vctt, beantlfully trimmed and finished in blue, pink and fanoy fctripes ICo or two for 25a Infants and children's Ribbed Vest 5o worth 10a Beaver Dam. For Sale. Two yoke of good work cnttlc,8 years old and will weigh 2,000 and :t,100 pounds. For further particulars apply tf at Tun HsitAtiD office. Linen Suits for men $2.00, Linen Pants &0a at Carson k Co's. Fresh Bread, Bolls, Cakes, &o. ing Tuesd aynight. No moro praiseworthy Sam Jones is com- aoforTretty Fans. CARPETS &MATTINGS. Wool Iucrain Fancy Cotton Chain Carpets 2Ac. Hemp Carpets 20j. Beit ao-iItsB Carpets 35c. Good Nico quality Maltinjra lie. Jointleaa Mattings 13c. Extra Cotton Chain Mattings 22c. s Very Best Cotton Cbain Mat-tine- WncKRn k Bonuommie. Carpets 50c. PARASOLS. $1.00 for Wbito Chin Silk Para-sols. a, Wo sell Bedsteads at $1.50 and Oak Gahson k Co. Dressers 87.00. Don't forgot Moore A: Sanderfur when in ue oil of any thiug in tho Grocery line. Go to Wcsterlield Sl.ftO for White China Silk Vara-tolwith deep milled. $2.00 for fauoy Plaid Bilk Parasol. 25c. $3.00 for very bandeomo Wblto or Floor O.l Clotb 18c, 20o and 25c. Colored Bilk Purasoli, witb Double Spring Cleaning now ou bond Chiffon Untile Batto ParaeolF, seo us for these ;oods. TAa for Children's k Miller's for fresh tor-key- s. meats, lard, bacon, chiokens and LACECURTAINS. 60s for one lot Lace Curtain, 'A yards long. 75o for one lot Lace Curtain?, iij yards lone beanUfal patterns. $1.00 for bandtotuo patterns Lac Cnrtama, JJ yards lone 40-lCuiUla Swbe, in Wbito or Fancy, 10c. 40 in. White Scrim 4c. Bi line Shades 10c to 25c. less Ho so. 100 HOSE. Black Dropped IWo for Ladies' Stitob Lislo IIobo. 12Jo for Ladies' Fatt Black Seam- for Child's good qnality ribbed 25c for the Famonso Black Cat Hose. 5o for Men's heavy half Hose. 10c for Men's Seamless BUck Hose. Hose. tf Mrs. Adub Baird Crawford, Clinton, Mo., is tho guett of Mr. J. W. Ford and family. Fields 'bus meets all trains at Beaver Dam. Patronize them for a quick and easy ride. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas and family spent last week with relatives in Salphur Springs. SPECIALTY. Fina Cakes made to order by Wcckor k Bonbommle, the Hartford Bakers. Mr. Llnnie BoberUon and children of Kuttaws, aro the guests of Mrs. Gentry, of Cromwell. Misses AunioIIockcr and Annlo Dexter, of near Goshen, paid The Herald a pleatant call laet Friday. nor noble act the attention and effort of tho citizens of Hartford than tbo plan of tho Married Woman's Clnb of this placo to buy and equip a public park for tho benefit of tbo poople of Hart Tbo pUt in con. ford and vicinity. tcmplation lies about half a milo east of tho courthouso and is a splendid location. With a little improvement it could bo made a most beautiful spot. It would bo a haven of rest for the weary sonl and a most delightful placo of recreation and pleasure for tho whole populace. Tho ladles having this matter in charge deserve all praise and encouragement. It is hoped that ovcry citizen of Hartford will lend his or hor aid to this enterprise which means so much to tho pleasure and advancement of tho wholo community. hs engaged TOBACCO PREMIUMS. car load of Homestead just i n Monday. '.Call at once. HOCKER&CO. New Highest price paid for your Wool, Feathers, Eggs, Ginseng, etc. l-Jq- i't FAIB f oM Teal pie of Fqsl"ior &c CO., DPa?oi'3?s. J. O. 1U Rev Sam P. Jones -- will be opened at Hartford J. B. Foster. College, Monday, Juno 5, 1899. A thorough review in all Use IaLciiEAivr'H Swans Down. SUMMERSTYLES. the common school branches Best dice Harrow call on Field k Mr. Gentry Davis and Miss Bosa Reading Such has been the Son. Anltmiro were married last Wednesday will be conducted. visiting relatives at tho residence of Mrs. E. J. Hudson, circle work and current events, rush in our Millinery Miss Edna GriDla is in Hartford. specialties. Come, join us and in Bockport. Goods that MISS VIODr. J. L. Carter and wifo,of Maxwell, prepare for examination. TuiHats at Everything now in Straw Kr.. nasscd through Hartford last Fri tion $1.00 per week, board LA PIRTLE has been Carson k Co'e. day, on their way homo from a visit to 2.00 per week. Write for compelled to visit the For Lnncb during Court, call on relatives at Spring Lick. circulars and free information. market for a replen Mooro k Sandcrfnr. Icy has bay to sell. Wo bavo just received another flno lot of Crepons in black for skirts and Carson k Co. dresses. An Obstinate Sore Cured. Jos. G. Ambert, of Delia, O., writes: which on my Dr. J. S. Morton, who baa boon quite I had an obstinate sore to heal,face one everything else failed after ill the past week with hemorrhage of application of Banner Salve it began to the bowels, is improving slowly. heal and after three applications it was entirely healed, leaving no soar. For Miss Ella Ilowe,formerly of Hartford, salobv J. H. Williams, Hartford; 8. will graduato from tho City High L. Mitchell k Bro., Beaver Dam; M. m. S. Ragland, Bosino. School at Owcnsboro this week. . .i Mr. T. B. Bell and wife, Pleasant Teachers, AttentionI Bidgc, were the guetts of Mr. and Mrs. A special term of live weeks E. L. Herring Satnrday and Sunday. -- Trouble in Court. Qalto a sensational eplsodo occurred In the oonrt hall boro yesterday soon after tbo calling of tbo caeo of tho Coo monwealtb vs. Cicero King, who killed Tho Town Marshal Sam Catebier. cafio waB called and Commonwealth announced ready, when Mr. Reubeu Miller, ono of connsth for tho defendant, usked for time to consult his client and the conrt granted ono hour for this At the expiration of this timu the defendant, by counsel, filed a petition and moved tho court for a change of venue. On rguing the motion tho court admonUbed Mr. Rowe, who was considerably intoxicated, to bo quiet several times and finnlly had a fino of This 8 JO. 00 ono ted up against him. did not huvo the desired eftec. as Mr. Itowo kept on talking and finally be ordered tbo sheriff to take him to jail, Mr. Rowe said bo wonld be quiet and sat down near tho inner railing. Capt. Ellis was standing near by, addressing the conrt relative to the motion and something was said about Mr. Rowe being drunk. Mr. Rowo retorted that Ellis was drnnk, too. With that. Capt. Ellis reaobed forward and dealt Mr. Rowe, who was sitting down, a vicious blow on tho head, just over the right eye. At this juncture friends interfered and further tronblo was averted. The motion for chango of venue was continued until this morntntr, when it will be finally disposed of. pur-pos- o. . Lost or Strayed From Beaver Dam, a halt Jcreoy cow, weight 000 or 050 pounds and in fine fix. Has been dehorned, busby part of tail white, and oolor pale red, with some Known as the Joe white spots. Lett on Friday night. Walker cow. Any information leading to May 12. her recovery will bo liberally rewarded. N The Return or Our Soldiers. Mnch preparation is being made for tbo banquet and reception to bo tender ed onr returning soldier boys Friday TUEnlgbt. It is intended to mako it a most enjoyable affair to all concerned. Hartford and Ohio county should feel proud 5DEV of this company of yonng men. True, they did not meet witb any active service, bnt their hearts were in the work, Will deliver his Now lecture, and should the occasion have required entitled: it, no set of men would bavo faced Spanish bullets moro unflinchingly than the members of Company D, Thoy have "THE BUTTLE BF LIFE oondncted themselves in a most blameless manner, and it is right and fitting CAnsoN k Co, peoplo should give them a Mr. W. E. Cox, who is Common that onr UNO HOW TO WIN IT," Let ns givo yon prices on yonr planreception in keoping with wealth's Attorney in the 07th Judicial ing mill work and building materials. District of Indiana, is in Hartford and the occasion. The following is the program: Esi'BNLAun JoiiANK,Evansvillelnd. will assist in the prosecution of Cioero OUDEB OF KECEITJON TO CO. D, THIRD At the Court House in KY. VOL. INFANTBT. For tho very best tonsorial work, call King, who killed SamCasebler. To bo met at Beaver Dam, by friends on Bnllington, tho barber. Ho has ole Des Morgan, the woman who is oharg and relatives and each member of said gant quarters, tbo best of tools, and ed witb breakinginto J.N. Moaly's store company to bo furnished with a horse will tixyon up in ttylo. tf at Magan, this county, was arrested last to prooeod to Hartford in whatever form commander may direct. Marshal, Farmers, remember that wo bavo the Friday and brought to Hartford and the P. Keown. O. only machine- by moans of which you lodged in jail by Constable John A, Upon arrival of train, mnsio to bo furnifibed by brass band and short adoan tighten up your barb wiro fence Lanbam. dress of welcome of Ohio county, Kenand mako it ttrictly stock proof. Piincwlnu tucky, by Jndge J. F. Miller. Bespon acThrough the courtesy of Prof. IlAHDIN k MOSKLUV. 20 tf flj U Oapt J. Keown. o) Bhoads wo ooknoweledgo the hyProcessionG.to form as follows: ReDay at tho Methodist honor of an invitation to attend the an. ception Committee and gnest of honor Children's Church next Sunday promises to be a nual commencement of tho Frankfort in surrey followed by band playing Old most enjoyable occasion. Much prepa- High Sohool, wbioh takes placo next Kentucky Home. The Company in order followed by horsemen and men ration ha been made and it will be a rare Monday evening. afoot. treat for the iiti ones and the older Upon arrival at Yon can got tbo Williams Fenoo Ma- welcome address oonrt bonse.nartford, folks as we lb to soldiers by Col. J. Moseley for $0.00 S. B. Wedding. Bespone by Oapt. J. chine of Hardin k At Hardinsburg last Friday, tbo jury and yon can't get ono in any other G. Keown. Tho lecture will bo givon gave Frank Smith a term of ten years oonnty in tho Stato for less than 810 00. Mnsio and Flowers. Taylor. TnaitmaBter, H. P, in tho penitentiary for tbo killing of! Yon can't fix your barb wiro fenoo with"OnrSoldiers"-- B. P. Hooker. Louis Frauklln. It will be remember- -' out i. Machines on calo at A.D.WhitoV, Oscar "Old Kentucky Home" under tho auspices of tho Wo- ed that Smith was given eleven years' Hartford. Bishop. 20tf ohango here and granted a new trial and Lnncb, Mnsio, Gigarr, ko. Oapt. Cux has received tho requisition General talk by soldiers and friends. of venue tiBreokinridgooountv. Smith men's Club of Hartford. Closing address by W. killed Franklin about two years ago at for rations from the commissary of Co. "Advice to Soldiers as Fntnro T, Owen. Citizens." D, Third Kentucky vol. Infantry, to be Sulphur Springs. Mnsio Home Sweet Home. entertained hero Friday night, whiob by, Re v. G. J. Bean. Benediction includes 2000 pounds of ice, HO oases of Aiinv ATUAnrt is unnecessary to say any- In Bad Shape. 100 pounds brick cheese.eto. Bndwelser, Tho boys say they would prefer the I was in bad shape and suffered a great canned beef would be loft cfl Tho deal with my Kidneys. I was requestthing in commendation of commissary forgot, however, the item ed to try Foley's Kidney Cure, I aid so and in four days was able to go to for next morn- work again: now I I entirely well. of bromide.and-soltzeam Rev. Sam Jones or his ability CnARLBs Rbi'Loqlb, Atwater, O. ing. sale by J. H. Williams, Harford; E. B. Williams, living 1 miles north- B. for Mitchell k Bro., JioaverDamjM. L. as an entertainer. Everybody west of Paradise, on tbo lower Hartford S. Bagland, Bosine. m and Paradise road, lost a largo barn and oontents bv Are last Saturday knows him or has heard of morning. Tbo building oont lined 0 Hartford, Ky. . ...i . boad of horses, 250busbels of corn, lot him, and ho will appear at of bay, harness, saddles, ko, all of Circuit Court Notes. Three of the which were burned. Watch, Clock and Jewelry RepairCironit cenrt Convened in oonrt ball horses'belooged to George Dnnn. Loss here Monday with Jndge W. T. Owen his best at Hartford. ing done in order about $1,200, insurance $500. No olne and Commonwealth's Attorney Rowo and Guaranteed. to origin of fire. About tbreo years present. The following named gentlemen were ago Mr. Williams snffored a simiUr loss place.' COUNTY HANK, j Wm. Hoover.U. C, Shaver, W.D. Park, OFFXCIt OVKR OHIO at the same General Admission 50c. nmm iw Miss'Elizibeth B. Boyco, of LouisFino lino new bupgios the best and ville, who baa been visiting, tbo family cheapest. See Field k Son. of her brother, Mr. F. W. Boyce, left Likens k Hobs sell tbo boat Wagons yesterday for her borne in Louisville. and fluent Buggies. Prices right. Dr. J. It. Pirtlo and wifo and sister, Don't forget to bring in your Wool, Miss Mattie, left yesterday for Mam moth Cavo to attend tbo Stato Dental Caisson k Co. Feathers and llama. Association. They will return Friday Buggies, Fiuo Buggies, Cheap New Buggies. Likens k Bobs. Dr. W. S. Williams, of Uniontown, yon want your horses cared for Ky.,waain Hartford Monday, on bis If during court, leave them witb Field k way to tho Stato Dental Association, which convenes this week at Mammoth Son. Cave. Mre. M. L. Heavrin and Hoy Hoar, Judge W. B. Flemming and Mr. N. rin are the guests of relatives in Louis B. Hays, candidates for the Democratic ville. nomination for Attorney General, were Will sell yon a set of Chairs at S3 50, in Hat t ford yesterday and made cane seat Chairs $3.00 per set. speeches, T. O. M. Morton, Pros. Siiultz, V. Fred. 20t3 .7. goods, and they are to go out to-da- stock, but the NEWEST, NOBBIEST, up- te LATEST SUMMER STYLES, and ladies visiting us now. need buy no OLD SPRING ishing stock, She has iust returned with the quick. Comeinorsend attention given. HOOKER mail orders. At Calhoon lost Thursday, tho Qrcen River Improvement Association was organized. Thoro was not a largo crowd in attendance, on account of tho urgency of tho crop season, but what it lacked In numbers was mado np in en thuslaem. Tbo association is composed of representative bnsincss men of the Green River valley, comprising tho ten counties of Warren, Edmonson, Butler,Oh!o, Muhlenberg, MoLcnn, Daviess, Hopkins, Webctor and Henderson. Judgo W. P. Green, of Evansville, called tho meeting to order, and stated its purposes. Judgo W, J. Finloy, of Morgautown, wss elected temporary chairman, and Mr. Ben O. Gibson, was elected temporary secretary. Judge Green then mado a talk in which bo ttated there wero tbreo prime objects to bo dealt witb by tLo assocm pnhl o highways and development of natural resources He said that out of 22,000 immigrants coming to tho United States last year, only niutUen of them camo to Kentucky; that Kentucky wus far in tho rear of other States in tho three essentials ot immigration, Rood roads, and development of nuturul resources. Judge Carson, of Hartford; Capt. H. Ballantine, of Rurasoy; Valentino Noe, of Island; Judge Fin ley, of Morgan-town- ; M. H. Oldham, Bedford Rowland and D. M. Wayne, of McLean county, made tulks urging tho necessity of a better system of highways. Tho sentiment of the association was clearly for tho working of roads by taxation. Tho various ttlks wero of tho most sensible and practical order and evinced tbo spirit and purpose of tho association. Its namo implies its principal aim tho improvement of tho section from which it lakes its name, in the matters of immigration, good roadp, and general permanent advancement. At tbo conclusion of tho proceedings, the following permanent officers were elected: Judgo J. F. Carson, Hartford, president; D. M. Wbano, Rumsey, vice president; Jndge W. P. Green, secretary. Tho following committees wero elect ed: Committee un constitution W. P. Green, Dr. H. W. Gates and J. H. Miller, tho two latter of Calhoun. Committ.'o on good roads Robert Dulaney, Warren county; John M. Lay, Edmonson oonnty; Judge E. P.James, Butler county; Dr. E. W. Ford, Ohio county; Clark Moorman, Muhlenberg county; H. Ballantine, McLean connty; Judge E. P. Taylor, Daviess connty; James Xioholh, Hopkins county; Dr. Campbell, Webster connty; Honry Hayner, Henderson connty. Committeo on immigration Speed Guff, Butler county; B. D. Ringo, Ohio county; Jep O. Johnson, Muhlenberg county. The next meeting of the association will bo at Rookport, KyM Jnly 15. . . Resolutions of Respect. Hall or Rockport Lodoe, No. ) 310 I. O. O. F. April 29th, 1899. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, tho great Ruler of tho universe to remove by death on Friday, April 22nd, 1809, our btloved brother, CUude D. Robertson, who was made a scarlet degree member of Kockport Lodge No. 310, I. O. O. F. February 13th, 1897, Resolved, That in the death of Bro. Robertson, onr lodge has lost one of its most nseful and devoted members and tbo caneo of Odd Fellowship a devoted and true Old Fellow; tbo church an upright and fuitbfnl enribtfan; the towu and community at large, aJ peaceuseful and patriotic able, citizen. Resolved, That the lodge extends to the bereaved father, mother, brothers and sister the sympathy of onr band and point tbem to the Supremo Power above for tbo consolation which He alone can give. Resolved, That a copy of tbeso resolutions be spread upon the records of our lodgo and a copy furnished onr county papers for publication and a copy presented to tho relatives of our deceased brother. ) Joe F Smith, -B. F.. Clark, Com. J.no. H. - - - ?" 2Mn. Fine Zephyr Genuinenia'nd T plaids and stripes...Cc, worth Oo Blue, Brown and Green check apron Ginghams 5c, worth Co Ladies' Blsck Cotton Hose worth ife g0Bt 50 120 pairs Ladies' isiuk Ilosei regninr 20o Hose, go atlGo, or 2 pre. 25o Men's heavy Cotton Socks 5c, worth 10o Men's solid colored Hoso in Black, Tan and Bluo 15o, worth 20c fancy striped Hose 20o per pair or two pair for 35o mnvTXT "pS'J0 NEW GLOVES Wo bavo a beflutifui assortment- of dies' Kid and also Silk and Lisle Gloves. Onolot of Ladies' Black S.Ik, with Wrth XM 6lit0bctl back. Wo. "orth 75c. Ginghams lOo, Elegant quality of Kid in new shades lM P" W'th 9XM - " KBWnANDKBROniEM. V'r?tty W'"'cfale with edge. f0"'01 J50 JJ M 8ColInpcd edRf' 2oobuysa HwWef, xih; t eshlef witb lace trimmed edge. " - FINE EMBROIDERIES. trim-Men- As this will bo a whito season, yoa will need many Embroideries for 's mings. Wo have them from 5a to 35o per yard. All of our prices are at tho low water mark. Wo mark them low to sell them quick. No question about you being pleased with our goods and prices. Don't be tho last person in tho world to find out where the best goods aro sold tho cheapest. Don't fail to bring us your Wool, Feathers and Ginseng highest market price paid for them. Yours resp'y, J. E. FOCLE X CO. WHY NOT SAVE IT? When you need anything in the Sadderly Line, you can save moro than enough to pay for your time by coming to LIKENS & ILER, whero you can select from a full stock and get lowest prices. We have just received a large assortment of latest styles in Mens, Womens, Roys and Misses Saddles. Bought close and will bo sold close. We keep from cheapest to finest made. Eastern and HomeExtra heavy harness made to order as cheap - as possible. . Fancy riding Bridles, all colors and prices; work bridles cheap general assortment. Randolph, ) home-comin- g HARTFORD - Mo-Hen- ry MAY23 It Worst form Relieved. Dickens, Parsons, Hans. eight with Writes: &. CO, asthma inIitisuffered form. Ivears sever bad worst . . . f al attacks during tbo last year and was not expected to live through them. I Our Soldiers Returning". began using Foley's Honey and Tar Arrangements are making to welcome and it has nover failed to give Immedithe returning members of Company D ate relief. I recommend it to all tbofe The citizens of Hartford and vicinity suffering with asthma, 25o and 50c. will greet the boys at Court Hall on For sale by J. H. Williams, Hartford; Friday evening, May 10. Light re- S. L. Mitchell k Bro., Beaver Dam, freshments will be served and tbo re- M. S. Ragland, Rosine. m turning members of Company D will recount their experiences in the service. Funeral. Those who desiro to take part in this pleabant affair, please see some member Tho funeral of of Mrs.. Sarah E. By erg, deceased, will be preached at of the committeo at onoe. Shiloh church on tbo fifth Sunday in J. M. Mattjnoly, 10;! Jnly. Funeral services conducted by M. S. RagIiAXI), B. McDonald, of Greenville. J. O. Riley, Com. Bev. J. J. F. Causok, Ben D. Rincio, E. W. Fonn, Asthma Mlfis-Man- Prompt In .,. Wo have just received the largest and best assorted lot of dusters over opened in Ohio county, and wo propose to sell them Jow; hence wo marked them low. d learn, Buggy mill Drivers' whips, lushes and slocks. Rawhide lashes mado to order. at R0SINE, KY. Special to Tub Heralu.1 toMofttito r JEWELER firot-olaea " Sam Jones, Hartford, next Tuesday night. .i . Tho heavy rains bavo much delayed tbo farmers in this section with their work. Dr. Tbos. St. Clair has moved back to this place. Ho and bis family are welcome in our midst. Mrs. Cbarllo Yonng and daughter, FnltonJKy., aro visiting Mrs. Youn?'s parent1, Mr. and Mrs.L, H.Hammondb mar Hoi ton. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan IWluy loft last week for Washington city, whero tbry will remain with relatives the rest of tho epriug and summer. Mr. Ansel Wilson received a telegram Sunday stating tLat his daughter, Mr p. C. A. Shrove, of Louisville, was dangerously ill. Charlie- Wilson left Saturday for Island, whero ho has cuifloymcnt. Miss Mando Acton visited relatives and friends near boro Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Randolph Wedding and John Masan,of Hartford, were pleasant callers at the "foot of the grade" last Sunday. Rev. O, J.'Bean will preaoh at Bethel churcb, five miles west of Bosine, the third Snnday in this month. Mr. Birch Monroe, of near this place, who baa been oonfincd to bis bed for several days, is no bettor. May 15. - Consumption J i Blankets, Collars, Spurs, Brushes, Halters, Pads, Lines, Open Rings, and, in fact, Gig Saddles, Swingle-Treeeverything in harness and saddlery line. REPAIRING done on short notice, cheap. Any part of Saddles or Harness repaired or sold. Remember tho place Duke's old stand, Hartford, Ky. s, LIKENS & ILER, j - Proprietors. i robbed of i(s terrors by the Tact that the best med- ical authorities state that it is a curable disease; and one of the happy things about it is, that its victims rarely ever lose hope. is N. B. Wo handlo best gall euro and harness dressing on earth. J , ( foe n. s-AXii- E :s"VE:R"yws:E:R:E.' J , , 1 i i 1 You know there are all sorts of , secret nostrums advertised to cure Some make absurd consumption. claims. We only say that if taken in time and the laws of health are ' properly observed, FENDBIOH, Maker. - - - EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. YOU TO CALL ON I SCOTT'S MTMM M MM i inflammation the f will heal thelungs and nourishof and throat and mmmwmmmrmw 0lAf O ) cii!W.G.Hardwick IT WILL PAY t ? strengthen ) ) J the body so that It can inrow un 111c uucojc monials where people claim they have been permanently cured of , , ( this malady. joe. inJSi.no, ill druggists. SCOTT & BOWNK, Chemists, New York. ' n Of tdl kinds-Fi- J. C, RUDD. SON & CO.. Hartford, Ky., for Insurance agents at Owensboro.Ky For Fire, Tornado, Accident & Life INSURANCE! Best Companies and Easy Terms. Accident, Life The steamer Scioto will leave Hartford everr Wednesday at and Htaltb. Beet companies. Ab- day at o'clock S o'clock a.m., and crcry Satur p.m. Keturnttiu leaves livsiuvdlo Office in the every Monday ami Thursday at 3 o'clock p.m. solute protection. for freight or passage, apply on board of hottt or to James V, Carson, agcut Tor Scioto, Ohio Oonnty Bank. re, 1 STEAMBOAT. w d j-- J. -- v . ...... .. v.y;jatf'SS11.-- , .Vf.u.rt.h; TV --V-V' igatlforfl-WttMj- MmniMNiHiiimiiiiifiRiinMMinmMmiHfiiHiiMiiti(ii CASTORIA For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought ftycgclaWcPrcparationror Assimilating ihcToodflndRcguIa-lin- g tlicStomaLhs aiulBawcls of Bears the Signature t m llBRAtD la i per year If paid In advance, or wlthiu the year.but after the time haa eiptred.all arrearages are ji.m per year. Correspondence intended for publication or on business connected with the office, to Insure frompt attention, should be addressed to Tub The real name of the writer should accompany ech communication, to Insure publication cent The New York " swagger " set received Obituaries, resolutions of respect, &c, one a breezy sensation recently when one of for each word over 150. Cash with article. Money the choicest voting liclrewcs on the Avenue KcmltUnces may be made by married an American, who earns his own Order. Registered Letter, Bank Check or Draft. living ; while on the same date went sail injr homeward a dfetiiiKuMicii little prince Hnjr whose yard-lontitle rumor said had been placed entirely at her disposal. THE BRYANT TAYLOR CASE. "Bless tne " exclaimed hersclftuadc father to tho egg and poultry j bnfiincts, nud Ecores of fntn'lios iu tbe county never epend a cjnt iu cash for crcceriep, buying everything needful May 17. Wkdnksdat, with egga and chickens, nud then havo money to spare1. Tho wealth of many This Ikram 1i mailed legularly to Itiiub of onr country beuutics fa sized up by acribers until a definite order to discontinue It received and alt arrears ate paid in full, Tiik tho number of housher mother foods. geralil in bolng paid v"'ru.tfcaa aiNilnliiaKitffRiiiimi To euro, or otlen Swamp-Roo- She Snubbed a Lord, run. oaujii ux expressed, t, iiiiiuy rumuuuu uy your morcnnni, so wny not try it? Prico 80c. &. WAiiTUiUl'l'lW & HBO., DRUCHHST9, HARTFORD, KY. FIDDLERS OF ALL SORTS, g EromotesT5slion,Chccrful-ticssandlfestConfofr- is neither Not Narcotic. JimMU JVfpttvnutt OmumIorphino norlpncraj. Ended With Verdict of Ten Years' Imprisonment Much Indigna tion Expressed. Ky., May 10. At Calshortly before noon, the jury in the case of tiryant Taylor, charged with killing Joseph Logsden in Owensboro latt January, brought in a verdict of ten years in the penitentiary. The cato was remanded to the McLean Circuit Court on motion for a ohango of venue, mado at the recent term of tho Davieea Circuit Court, at,d was called for trial on Tuesday morn ing, May 3, Tho verdict of ten years' imprisonment was a surprise, and has received unreserved condemnatou bore. Tho killing of Logeden was re d garded here as a murder, audit was on account of the intense feeling aroused concerning the tragedy that a change of venuo was grunted to McLean county. It was expected that a verdict of death or imprisonment for llfo would bo rcudcred in tho event of any agreement at all by tho jury. n Tho defendant is a threshing machine operator, but has tho reputation of being violent and quick tempered. He owed Jo Logsden, a qnlet, inoffensive man, janitor of tho First Baptist church mission chapel, a dollar and a quarter, and on tbo2Stb cf last January Logsden asked him for the money. Taylor became angry, and securing his Winchester, shortly after ward, met Logsden, who wa? going homo with a pie in ono hand and a package of butter in the other, and shot him twice, death ensuing almost instantly. Logsden was a poor man, with a family, and left a little home above tho city encumbered my mortgage. Tho Rev. O. L. Morrill gave a public oon oert for the benefit of his family, and from the receipts paid oft tho en and turned over a surplus to the widow and children. No criminal trial in recent years has attracted moro attention here, and its result Laa boen tbe general topic on the streets since it became known. OwKNsnono, y jskactdSrSifCSZJumBSS houn ti fordonstipa-tiqn.Sour Ifv The Kind ApcrfccHlemcdy StomactuDiarrhoea, Worms jConvulsfons.Fcvcrish-TJCS- S cndLOSS OF SLEEP Tse'Sinule 'Signature of Y You Have rhcuma-tiem- , pain in tho back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of tho urinary pasfiiue. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing It, or bad ilTects following use of liquor, wiuo or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of boiug compelled to go often during tho day, and to get up many times during tho night. Tho mild and the extraordinary effects of Swamp-Roaro soon realized. It stands tho highest for its wonderful cures of tho niott distressing cases. If you need a medicino yon should havo tho best. Bold by druggieta in fifty cent and ouo dollar sizes. You may havo a samplo bottlo of (his wonderful discovery and a book that tells moro about it, both sent absolutely free by mall. Address Dr. Kilmer k Co., Dlnghamton, N. Y. When writing mention that yon read this generons offer in The IlAnTroitD HmuLu. that Dr. Kilmor's thopreat kidnoy remedy, fulfills every wish in curing Prizes Will be in Keeping with the Grotesqueness of the Exhibition. Fiddlers who can not fiddle, old, young, pretty, ugly, fast, slow, leani'tt, futteft, tallest, shortest, right uud left handed, bntdheaded, lougest huud und longcit whiskered flJdlcrp, will participate iu au "old timo flddlorV contest" at tho American Opera Houso in Oharlestown, Ind., ovouing, May 18. Tho prizes do not aggregate a mnoh wealth, aud soroo lend n of "arm implements" that will doubtless bo appreciated by niauy of the contestant?. Tho aflair is attracting uttentiou, and thero promises to bo u largo crowd ou hand to witness tho fun. Tho following is u list of prizon, and tho tunes required: "Money Musk," pair of sheep shears; "Leather Breeches," corncutter; "Old Dan Tucker," pair of pants (no ouo barred); "Uye Straw," fluo hat; 'Top Goes the WWel," SI worth of jewelry; "Devil Dream," $1 worth of urocerie; "Girl I LeJt Rchind Me," SI worth ol cigars; "Suwoneo River," 81 woitli of groceries, "Arknusnw Travel, r," 81 in cash; "Dixie," fifty cent' worth of eoup; lanitee LiooJU," largo coffee pot; "lUggnly IMil," rocking chair; i i. "Mocking Hird," 81 worth I "Gilderoy," twenty-fiv- e pounds of Qt urnrlli Umr; "Uotnr, Sweet Home, " (fgood5;',rioHer8 of Edinburg " one finohat; "Ihcro'H a Hot Timo in the Old Town To night," olde tt tiddler, copy of Hoosier Democrat, ono year; dirge, fastest fiddler, Farm Journal tlvu yearr; leanest tiddler, Household Maga z:ne,ono year; tallest fhldlrr.tfi itomtet, ono year; shortcfct fiddler, Huttier, one year;ughe&t fiddler, fifty cents; prot-tiefiddler, fifty cetts; right und d fiddlers, filtv cetitr; best dancing fiddler (dancing while ili.vitu), iUtv cents; loucHt-haircfiddler, ecttiug of eggs; longest whi&kered tiddler, n raz r;largC6t fiddler, bottle of hair re&torative; fiddler who can not fiddle, the I&ugh. sugges-tivencsst d bald-htcde- d rEmsamjimmmimax i nervous, wEAK,581SSaveiIon)lleiisSoiI -- DISEASED MEN NO An BY BUYINO DIRKOT mOM CURE' NO PAY lt E. ROSENBURGER & CO., 202-20- 4 f. 102d St., NEW YORK CITY. I '' Tin: xr.w MunioiTi;uATMi:xT, orighml ulth Dm. K. X K. "lit a1 euro forctcr nny form vt IUool or vt W Sexual iIicnM It U llio t n.iin.lnii.n tlicio ilijciuc?, Pa Tho Largest Clothing Manufacturers In Amorlca. ouw on cat dawoain orrKRi mmmmt In lint run titnlit llf 3 r WF CURF SYPHILIS $5 TfcfM A This lorrlMfl Itluotl Poison, tlio trrrr of manklntl. jleUi rctiillly to our iV'KW iifwnro .mi.i. r may tufn orour.Mercury, fr rotah. r(c. Ihr j ryitrm. V If ou liai porca in llio itiouthor ton sue, I'. III9 J.. III" J'lilHi", rv.v .I....U KflltAllAda. aallllfl.n. (t.l ui III 1.. I..1..I. imiviiii u.mi. OimnMmtm frtllfllM A... .ti WZT1 vj""'"". Miiiinu vin(i'ii.j'min wiviiiiir, r 1(1111(11 It VIVIUIIKI III II . P(U r. ii ail' flAlma nt you hftto lliofrMuUry Hoo o lolicil ltloo.1 m of this(.bflhiato PulnMi. clialloriKO llio 1 tho cunt, anl mot A worM lurncaouo necrpi lor treatment 13 Kj nn.l rntinot ourr. 11 our treatment tho MM ulcers heal, tho hnlr icnmfl niraln. lalu H R tUatH'nr. tho f Vlu heetmua lieu I thy, ami a uiurriago is ikmhuio buu ibiv. fr TUIIAT suits Ton with liilraPantaand wmmm wa Pay UirrtMage. BOYS1 AE0ITI3 9 7R J ...f. salts ttxurnteettf b asrtid W..I ChoUt. la Bl.rk. Bf.(( 0 ", 1.5 bT.I" r ate la iltii tern $ Midi um wuj!' brts.lrd. with I.IUr'c.ll.r-c.il- af ard alth fait Black Alb.rt Tain Vat Waist Iliads. Trlmmlai .nj VafkV,Vl! latiat tha r7 but. Slits fsr la to m ifhoat Callar. UcoUta ags and irfarM im.:"1"01 ..j s.i! I I f't&th tW ThliStjU th Citra AiK rCO 2 iMUflrvil IK sW Wa CURES GUARANTEED V Thmirnnl4of yonne nnl tnUdle.aKol mcnhatotiifiMutnr nnn iinmy by mily nluc, later ccv$pcpt uiental orry. etr. No mnttrr tho cam, our New Method Treatment Is tho I 5 w $ &A VJ 1 1 new yohk. txAcr-copira-r Always Bought. 'TItKY PELT ItKR UNMnRCIFULLY." waAEfica, CASTORIA TMC CCNTAUI COMPANY. M CW VOKH CITY. well-know- John Cor. Walnut & . RflcCorkle, Eighth Sis., Evansville, Ind. facetiously, " If this ort of thing keep on we'll all be Americanized I " There is something about the air of this country which inclines our women to act Independently. A girl may try to wrap up her womanly instincts beneath a cloak of fashionable vanity, but the little loe (joda find out the weak snots in her armor and If she is a true pelt her unmercifully. American the chances are after all that nine times iu ten she will marry the man she cares for. The vast majority of our young women seek aio greater blessing than to be welMoved wives of trong hearted men ; and mothers of healthy, happy children. The natural burdens of wifehood and motherhood have been amaiingly lightened in the last thirty years. Advanced science has found a way to overcome the physical weakness of women and make them strong and capable of performing their wifely and motherly duties. TUB MODERN WOMAN'S OPPORTUNITY. At the present clay there is no need for Fimples, Roils and other Ilumors appear when the blood gets impure. The best remedy is Dr, M. A. Simmons m Liver Medicine. Cool 11 K'Tl E-- 8 .MwFr.iRF.MPnriN:Y x I itu it fugo. Ii? U 2 Enough. "George," said tho fair maid, "I hope you will keep cool when you call to interview "You can bit I willl" muttered tho faint'beait J youth. "Why, it civos m . uh W1VU wv n fOifM t V frnh Mlrilr almnt tnllinir UIU VW.I. wvui on him." Bsati ths Signature cf 1 lJ rnertrr mo lctri tlon. AmMtuti. lifo itmlinuireii n ninuncwtMi, l aiiiuiiiriut-ii-nnu cno lecis i imuruinui i.viry caw auk rcnturnnll . to n nnrmnieomil' i? . 0Mir3 -- n t ?"" .sVjrSBa. Jill heiirnnur vnJer ihliiallr ful Pilfer'. i luiltrr nhiit nits yuii. no inn nir rA coiluii im rnniMrminii). litiUh li'l I'Mi'h to Kuarautio toacetiiu. VJ I'll'li wtwl wo claim. no euro-ni- l !K L1 TA .v ti i . ...i ... vi f cciiiVo la llVAUirtKKM;. SYPiin.i.s ui.Krr.M jstiu-'t- i kit Uci -- n COU-UUU 3 i : K A BIDRTn UlUU Kind You WLr Sip m Warn Bought ui;. hi;'k Mtart ctifnfallf funded If WJHtAINS. I NN H KA1. DIM1I 1K1 'C si ".rjcttry Mnfl fttc itampt not fr iQ-iS- ? Y2v uinvin m.,1 iii.umi:u lii.M..... lal tp!, ti DKimri, iMrtn:v. td ! nm. Uatr Ordf r r Ktfl.trrrd LflUrt. alt act at Ut Mflhdjy, nd irta.ft r mi!1 Ur hi nte. Whta arilerlif pie rM w.kiav, t( ntii isii ' lBhb ft3ij"Tf IJfc fc&A44 Ju consi MVipiN ruin: .Joir.sTl0V ulaNK for TULATMIIXT. ituuusm llOMllkiM VV '""' nraarlof Lumber and Building Material, Frames, Glazed Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding and odd sizes of factory work, Shingles, Laths, Weathcrboarding, Yellow "Write for prices and Pino Flooring and Ceiling. estimates on Houses, Store Fixtures, etc. 49" When trading here please mention that you saw adv. Iu Tiik Hkrald.-V JEWELRY BY MAIL! Our Illustrated Catalogue for 1898-9- 9 showing WATCHES, CHAINS, CHAKMS, SILVERWAKE, SILVER NOVEL-TIES- , JEWELRY, DIAMOND RINGS, OPTICAL GOODS, ETC. Is now ready and will bo sent free on application. We also issue a Special Watch Catalogue. Jewelers and Opticians, oO-i-50- 0 WEST MARKET ST., LOUISVILLE, KY, MENTION THE HERALD PROPRIETORS Livery Stable and Transfer Line A fast and easy ride in the most comfortable vehicles. stock well cared for. Your patronage solicited. All D Why Suffer !io Knife ! No When DON'S COMPLETE TILE orilB is guaranteed to cure you. Jt is tho discovery of an eminent physiciiui. Interruption of Business ! I The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has cured thousands, and will cure you. SIR. T. S. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Fire Department, says : Aflur years of suffering, lON'S IMLE OINTMENT was recfering with piles." Price $1.00, Cancer, llleedlng, KatliiffSnreit. Prof. E. R. Ray. Cancer of Nor, lip, face, ear or neck, external 11:25 Tho Teacher as an Element of or internal cancer, bletulng, eating sores, are all cured by II, D. B., the most powerful Mood Durlfier made. All druggists sell B. B. B at U Success in tbe Institute, Profs. T. J. per large bottle. For trial bottle, Address Morton and S. C. Stevens. 1)1,001) BALM CO.. 33 Mltclicl Street, Atlanta, 11:45 Noon Reces?. Ga., and a sample bottle of B. B. B. v ill be sent by return mail. Describe your Hymptoms and 1:30 Music. medical advice will be given. free persoual a School S. P. 1:40-Secu- ring To remove all doubt of Its and entire system. power to cure, we offer to send to any sufferer a Schools, Trofs. Groves and Shultz. sample bottle of U. II. B, absolutely free. B. B,B. 10:50-T- oxt Book Question, R. 0. Is an oM, wcIMrled remedy, hence we know-tha-t it cures to stay cured, for the people cured Jaruagin. by B. B. II. yearn ago are well and free from all blood Impurities. 11:05 Distinctive Idea in Education, any woman in tuts country to be weighed down and overburdened with phvsical weakness or disease. A woman suffering from any delicate ntlment peculiar to her sex, no matter what the circumstance may be, may obtain such eminent professional advice and assistance as a queen could hardly command a generation ago. She can have all the advantages of that splendid American Institution, the Worlds Unpen sary Medical Association of IlufTalo, N V., with its staff of nearly twenty eminent specialists in the different branches of medical practice. At their head as chief consulting physician is Dr. K. V Pierce, one of the most widely experienced physicians living. Any woman consulting him by mall and giving a careful statement of her case will receive sound professional t advice and suggestion for free of charge. It is Impossible to estimate the immense amount of suffering that weak and ailing women have been saved by Dr. Pierce's suggestions for and the His use of his matchless prescriptions. has aone more to "Favorite Prescription 2503 Ashland St., promote the health and strength of women Cbas. R. Wessmar, than all other remedies Evaneton, III, writes: My boy 2 years of our land is recognized throughout combined. the old had a severe cold which refo&ed to world as It one greatest supportive tonic the any treatment nntu wo tried and special strengthenerthat has ever been ieldto Foley's Honey and Tar which gave im. tfe vised for women. It gives healing and power and endurmediate relief, and be was completely cured before nsinc ono botUe. Guar- ance to the delicate special organism of imparts natural vitality anteed, 25 and 60o. J. H. Williams, women; entire nerve structure. Itand vigor Hartford; S. L. Mitchell & Cro., Beaver to their and irregular conditionsbanishes ; stops abnormal m Dam; M. 8. Ragland, Kosine. unnatural drains; creates healthful capacity and stamina. It prepares women for motherhood, carLouisville has 173 churches and 40 ries them safely and comfortably through hospitals, asylums and homes. Its com- the ordeal: takes away all its dangers and promotes abundant, nat bined bank capital is $20,000,000. The nearly all its pain; for the child and, through Ural nourishment 2,040 manufactories have an invested the favorable influence upon the mother, of $50,000,000 and thoy employ increases the little one's natural strength capital hardihood, 32,000 men. The death rate of the city and Detaey M. Whke. of Stoneycreek, Warren Mr. 1893 wai 13.59 to the 1,000. There Co., N. Y., in a letter to Dr. Pierce says: "Your in Pavotite Prescription has done wonders are 54 publlo schools which cost $520, home. My son's wife had been for years aIn our great sufferer ; all broken down and very weak and 3C0.10 a year. Thero aro besides CO prinervous. She was troubled with alt the pains vate Bob 00 Is. and aches one so slender could endure. She took everything she heard of, hoping to get help, but In vain; so she tried Dr. Pierce's PUrTfIeRSENT FREE. BLOOD Favorite Prescription and ft did wonders for her. The doctors said she could not live to have another child as she came near dying so many spring she had a nice A Care for Blood und Skin Diseases) times. Thfspound, she got through boy weighbefore we ing eleven Eczema Pimples, Scrofula Bolls. could get any one there. I wa afraid she would not live, we cried r jv when we saw how Blood Poison, Cancer, Etc. nicely she got aloue May Cod bless you for the good you have dout." If you have tried sarsapariltis. patent medicines, and doctored, and Mill hare persistent Teachers Program. bo res. pimples, distressing eruptions or the skin, painful sores on hand, arms, or legs, Itching The following is the program of Ohio sensation, lnltating skin troubles, eczema,sctof ula, ulcers, contagious blood oolson. fever sores, County Teachers' Association to bo mercurial rheumatism, catarrh, bolls, face covered with little sores, caucer or any blood taint, held at Beaver Dam, Ky., Saturday, then give II. B. B. a trial, because I). B. B. Botanic Blood Balm Is made for Just such casts, Jnned, 1899: audit cures to stay cuted, those stubborn blood 10;00a, m. Opening exercises, Prof. diseases that other milder medicines fall even to benefit. All above named troubles are evi- E. R. Ray. dence of bad, diseased blood In the body, and B. 10:15 Organization. B. B. cures because it forces all the poison or Im purity or blood humors out of the body, bones 10;2& Essential Needs of Kentucky cum-branhome-treatme- Deaths from nil ctmece during tho lite war were 0,100, or !?t per cent, of the toli1 strength of 275,000 mou, Tho percentage of death;) in tho army during tho first year of tho civil war was 0.9. jS iih4. (Kennedys Kergan 122 W. Fourth St., CINCINNATI, y A'ffC I mT- - gj riuk PENNYR0YAL 7 IT I niw.j stM. O. J AjIm fcTJ AtjB aim ana unif uettalaa. H, nlikU. 101 1 til ltiCKlt Sir tlkivbr IWuk Di- wwu MtiI ! 11m1 mA tlLt kmuiu msi! vita btM ms)m. Taa kt JfJ iMM4tMifM itDrtiMlarMa4-S4sU ttftair Nr U htfcar "fii !; - PILLS . V UUwImJU D rrtitiva. xui.aiu - M a41 ! aVr. Shake Into Your Shoes aeaaon yur (ret fel wolIeii. nervous aud hot. and pet tired enilv IT you hac smsrtiuk' feet orttcht h"'f tr Alleu'a I'ooMCase. It cools Kelieves the feet aud make walkfiir easy. corn and buulous of all inht and gle rest aud comfort. Try It today. Sold by all druggists, grocet. shoe stores and fjeuetat Morekcerera everywhere. Tiicescc. Trial packise HKKK. Addre.t, Allen S (Hunted, I.eKoy, N. Y. 1S14 A powder f f 'o be shaken Into the shoes. At thU mow. CkaaaiaU 1'1!IL,AUA.. T' rA. IllinoisCentraULR. the hardest kind 01 service at tho front, In cotjuectlon tvllh the n, O &. S, W. lo!.oul. lis now frequently troubbd with rheu Tille, reachhiR ilirect or tuaLluic close cunnec-lion- s I had a severo attack lately," cuatifim. fur pilncipal points be fayp, "and procured a bottlo of ' Chamberlain'tj Pain IMm. It did so SOUTH and WEST much good tbat 1 would like to know on IU own cotinectlnic lines, Incluillnir Vlcks what yon would ol ixruv me f(r oi.n dozburr and Jackaou, MUs.. Uaton Koukc aud Nit chca, a.f Utile Kock aud Hot bprloics. Alk., 8 M You Haw AUajfs Baufiftt en bit'ler." Mr. Anderson wanted it Baari tha both for his own tiso aud to fuppty it to Waco, Tort Worth, Dallaa, lloustou and San An toulo, Tei., and other points on the Pacific Ins friends ind neighbors, as every fam- Coast It aUo tiaa througli pasciiKer trains and ilv fcbouM havo a bottlo of it in their A Critical Examination fst efficient double daily actvlcr from New Or . home, not only for rheumatism, but learn. Jackaou, Memphis and poluta South and Howso I bought my boy a bicyclo I lame back, qpraloF. swellinp, cuts, Of tho fine laundry work that our latin West on Its own and connecting lines to dry has become provciblal, for mav be bminea and burns, for which it is last week. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, For slo by Z. Wavno Grif-- 1 seen on IviHter Sunday mornint;on Main Comeo How is he getting on? street, returning or Kofng to relitrious fiu & Hro., drucgiit-1Hartford, Ky. m CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS Howto Ou crutches, Our patrons aro fastidious, j scrvietM. but that is tho patronago that wo cater j making direct connectlona with through trains to those that eiiuuot bo nuited anyIowa, Kentucky aud Maryland, lor an points Wo aro proud to satisfy a where else. Mis&Iesippi aud Ohio elect NORTH and EAST refined tistoin laundry necessities, Teople often speak of a trillion a a Governors next November. Of these RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. Including St Louis, Chicago, Buffalo, Pittsburg, Ohio nnd Maryland are considered possible number. Tho fact is, not a Cu'.vn Iliui, Acent. Cleveland, llotton, New Yotk, Philadelphia, Ual Iowa and Massachusetts are trillion of seconds unvo elapsed einco doubtful. tltnoieaud Klchmoud. Ij( ve your laundry at Likens & IIerB expected to elect ItepubliciUB, and tho creation of Adam, nor will tbat .soi.io vrstiiii'm: tiiai.n.si saddlery shop. Kentucky and Mississippi Demooratc. number havo elapsed until Feb. 1 in Tiiitoiriiii ia m.man uiktiit m.ki:v. I.NO CMlHt tho year of our Jjord 25S?.', for iu a TIIIUUTflll ritl'.K UKCMMNO trillion of seconds theroarcl.GSTycars, CIIAIIt CAK.SI 32 dayp, 1 hour, 4G minutes and 40 secParticulars of your local railroad ticket agent. S1.00 onds. n. Tlio Hon. X. A. Morris, a member of the Georgia Legielutore, will introduce a bill at the neit scsbion, providing for trial of persons guilty of criminal as eanlt five days nfter arrest, and for execution in pnblio five days after Many old soldiers now feel tho cflectH of too hard service thoy endured dur- iug the war. Mr. Geo. S. Audtrson, of KoEbVille, Y rk county, Peun., uhosiw WmwrnfFm Btr" mnmm 1 tin Thmiich I'nairitcer Tratlna unit Knt Klllrlent Dfiublf lUlly hvrvlca from Cluciu ns'iaad !.oulUIe to Memphis & New Orleans OASTOIIIA. mm I , j Maeta-cku?ett- f, Take" "The" Herald. Subscribe for The y'r. HERALD CXXXXMOOOOOQC O. W, RACJAN, JOl. L.TIBBS, HOTEL Kntfnri A RICHMOND Titthn. A Thresher Feeder Self-feede- lrofrH. Street, hdllHHM ft .A Corner Main and Water that has every advantage of efficiency, convenience andeconomy r. It over all other feeders is the Nichols-Shepar- d grain evenly and steadily, without feeds cither bound or loose waste or litter, and completely regulates itself to the speed of the separator. The feeding apron stops and starts automatically and the feeder can be stopped while the separator is iu full motion. It is held rigidly in place when attached to the separator frame and its adjustable supports keep it always peris designed for the fectly level. This Self-fe'ed- EVANSVILLE, IND. Most Convenient to nil llowta, btrret Cars nnd K. It. Depots, Flrat-Cla- sa ahrsmraafc Traatlaaaad$ltrUlaUlf mtlstpfm SHI mi fraa rfM 1 sUai, ' rlrM. Ml umtrk)nu.ii tr SJ1. tM. Sfc m m " PtrauMtlyCtrtfl laaalrjPnfita4it r. Kuu't uur - I EftVE ' RESTORER JbSjML ft. in Every pArtlouIar IZflBXZI HSUSE Qaltklr Mcarft. dicrirli 0B7AINID. HAMD-B00- Kimball Pints md f rfrMr(vrUlt4JUiUtillt7 Organs NICHOLS-SHEPAR- D ARE THE BEST. ENDORSED BY THE LEADING ARTISTS OF THE WORLD. Wrllii i:.T, llHtmiimifTurrltiiriitlMHiiMger, Owrnalicirn, Ky for catalogues nnd prices. r orrEK. lilithnio,tlibrftlrriiUUnrriiMtl I a r attat attorntr. aad ETIXT I M VIKTOR II0ULO ,gr itEAU 11 Miara arr',BC F11' AiarMi tar rnulioa. DVI WKXM 7ATXVT r sbu. vita skftch SI'FAQI J full CoaUini rvf.?rf CIAL W1ITS rOK COfT Of 0Vft OUR K.nJ alil. TEC ntri H.B.WILLS0NSC0. PATCNT LAMYCRS, UDroHSUr. WASHINGTON, D. C. Sterrett's Vagaries. ommended to me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. I voluntarily give you this statement, hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to tho attention of others buf- Prepaid to any Address. TENN. DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CMATTANOOQA, SEND ONE DOLLAR uuirrrturbtG.O. I. examination. oucu eubject to pa? tba raliroaa ajreiit OUR RPFniA! cut this ad out and sod to us and If you live iaat of ina Itocky Mountain w will examine It "t JVu? -- OFCPR DRIPC IRRnVl - SI6.50 BUGGIES AND SURREYS. $00.00 70 BUILT IN OUR OWN FACTORV m . onhonor frura tlie Wt nultil&l money can buy. UMle lit vui civ.uuKuy ufiuuoguo wa tnow, op Duuplos mada by T V ZI.DOt. 32Q.7S and S34.7A tl.e ciact rninri UUKtV US r HHQ 1V Ki'itincrr at f IS.W to . VWi-t- " 33.oo la tbe matt l01UU3TllaUMruilrfiV1lltrtlSllgIilI.T. W inatnUtn our own 11 vo atory bum factory tno ioi I'uri"c qj iuiiiii)ami ktiiiotf a liCTint lUini THIS nV (4N Hi fclMtlfcl(b f blU DIM 1 1 MoniLiti niM itiutMi's mm it. Every Dujccy We Make Is Guaranteed Five Years and They Will out wear Five neSfttRS.1 S?iPH,S9iL n Art tJliJht wu vnr oub wjuj oraer. lh.?i" nnrnn. ".""" ,.. at fr Ordinary Factory Riga, Sunday, into a a house iu the city, seven bens, ono male. Tho pood womurj, disgusted at so maoy females being after one of tho other sex, cooked and ato tho hens and let tho man bird go. The moral of this is, yon can't all get him. An old reprobate of thfs cit. con eluded that life, especially the married part of it, was a failure, and in saun teriog along, trying to pick out a good place in the river to drown himself, met an overflowing shirt waUt, with a live woman iu it. The balance of this Mory will appear in relating tho particulars of an elopement. Every man iu town looks as if he was about to attend the funeral of his best friend. Spring cleaniug iu going on and twothirda of tho males aro sleep ing in their back yards or on the railroad tracks, praying for a friendly train to pnt an end to their agony. It's gloomyjtimes hero and tho outlook is anything but cheerful. Moro attention as the seasons go by IlawesvIMe Plaludealer. eight patridgca Hew THE MATCI1IAUND IAI0R IM OUR ACME QDEtN co 1 nor iiisa 4nbi ttiKt lii tba ordinary fwiorv I'U'vy. We ue a It.iu cu.fcjon cloth, ionie ui 939.00 BARELY COVERS COST "f laatanal and labor. Ravin uri tU iinalit-.- prutlt Iniatflnatla VOruC rnmn1u OI inrfnicinn tutweartbullcling70buifiilaa actnyand to advertise our buy factory wa ara rCulCay to l.wruUHTaUil. We know 70.00 Cuilvproflt on 70buif(rioa HUtUfy us, adfartleo uiavsryabvro t ai UP the LAHOKbT liUOOY UUttlNP.SB IN TIIK WOULD. and bllM THE ACME QUEEN we bulla in narrow or win- trail ciutuor leather trlmma4, end srrlntrt.lmffrd popularity. Always cures leather quarter top, olM pmitl baik.ri'rini jfilxtck.ltilhrr tttirr.d Ka uj &!, IthbUr fcUw, Vth.l itrwl. bwtr.mS Inches, to. San en's teitt sore ft rim t.iiiM U IS rotu, body Hack, irvardaik grteu ti vary delicate in ode t itrlplnif, nnlete with lift, tide anl bark curtain. txot atonn apron and nditutls. 1'fcl' rkeW ! Ht.lfflrUr.iUi.lir. f ll.Tlctiri. HIUJV MalMIIH im lUIMtlt an tk Will ,Ot Mllr. S.3St IOO allfi. II.tl .f...f.r tOO tall... li.UUi 3 H,ft. tt. Ml 10(1ojr 1.t. BS.UO. SOUr Stomach, malaria, indlgCS- "rder kw"m o. SEND ONE DOLLAR fitbsatisfactory, I it the railroad aifvnt unrtli r H.oii ".4 it balance, buifKyatour ciMime and we will return your II uo tlon tornld liver constmation nttierwitrav notiiinir and thtfcnt willrttum fl(Wbrr BUY AOHRAP KACTOItY liUOOY now pnfialmoc rfn.vy by Marhhitry DON'T all and cataUnrnallou.ri. RUV THE REST BUOGY MONEY CAN BUILD, direct from tha 'liealeri Makat and all bilious diseases. KNOWN. OUnXBTOPAY. DOITT 1 wh-tl M) b(Mlls ara HsUr ItuLbH aad (. Miif Htl ard UWIo ACME QUEEN. (OUR OWN MAKE.) Slvtfaassa'tVisaaSS T.iii tntn(i, Uaii Ad ly for 'Mil 4tl. ntn urhv(ti.Kaiiran4 AlllLS ihrrt u ruilr OURACMEQUEEN, 'r d,sease by the timely use of Tj II f f JlVCr I 1HS. ill! -- 1 i 1 U1U UI1U Arrest UkrrU, in and Cicero Crowder. 2:00-T- ho Teuchers' Responsibilities aad Daticp, O. V. Wilson und Dena Woodward. 2:15 Nature Study in tho Common School, Prcifo. J. B. Taylor and A. P. Taylor. Knowledge, Mies Alia Morgan. 2:35-T- ho Teachers' Reward, W. A. Caeebier and R. L. Burues. 2:50 Tho Teachers1 Examination, Supt. Fon Rogers. Recitation Teachers, tho IIopo of America, Miss Aila Morgan. 6ie( Prof. R. G, Cox. 3:15 Compulsory Education, Z. H. Shultz, J. II. Wood and Henry Loach. Recitation Selected, Miss Aila Morgan. 3:30 Fourth Congressional DUtrict Association Its uims Profs. S, 0. Stevous and E. R. Ray. Tho teachers of tho county are earnestly requested to attend nnd lend a helping hand. Lit us make this tbe best association over held in tho coup ty. Tho Fourth Congressional District Association will be hi Id in Beaver Dam, Juno 30tb and July let. Let us givo this association a royal Fon Rooieus, ) 8. C. Stevens, f Lom- 3;05-Mu- SEPARATOR Large illustrated catalogue that tells all about the Nichols - Shepard Separator and its im proved aud the Nichols-Shepar- OWKX.SHOltO, KKNTUCKV. practice hU profession In Uavlesi, ad' joining counties and the Court of Appenls, Special attention given to collections, office 60K Court How. CURED Attorney at Law, Jitiiudlt, with liPIUM ClLl W wmmWjAdamimmJiMl DR. B. M cured at homt with out lift In Hook of particulars ant FREE. WOOL andWhlskey Isstta LEY CO ileo. I04 North l'rvor Hi, d Nichols & Shepard Company. Battle Creek, Mich, Branch Houit at Traction Engine mailed free. Huvu curt d many thunsind canea rntttHl hoiM'k'HH, In tea days at Irnft twothlrdu nf all aviiiptntna rvtnov d 'lVttt ImonhW mul TEH DAYS t t mint f rwj. DR. n. U.GUKIH'S S07IS, Ikix K, Atlanta. Ua, sfl H El FXPTU AVKNUIt ITOTJO. LOU1SVIIXX, KY. W B H ! H Best $2 Hotel In the World. Klectrlc r. leva tor. U 19 riKBCAuriuu.t,Manager H teooouut i with full flock of machlnss and NASHVILLE, TENN tktrai. Louisville, Hsnders:n I Si, Louis No. 3. 11 No. 4. i.ouisvn.Mt imANCii. Lcives Pordsvllle Arrive IrvlUKtou points. Leaves IrvliiRtoiu 10:50 a, in. 6:45 p. m, Arrive PordsvfPcH 1.30 n, 111, 9:15 P m. Train1 Uo, 7 nud 4 connect nt Irvlncton with main line trnlns for Loulnvllle, Henderson, Kvniisvlllc nnd St. Louis und all intermediate rM6;ja in, J:i5p. m. 9x0a, m. SM5P "'. Ko, j. No. 5, Olia&ies aad teautlflcs Uu natt. Promotes a laiurUnt frowth. HAIR BALSAM wlp PARKER'S Falls Wtr toHta Xlalr Cujm I ii , BucWu, nwld cht aWa. hj """ SICK HEADACHE, i How To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common gliss with your water and let it ttnud louty-fou- r 'IiC'iirf.; a sediment itnlio.itcu nu uu hcblthy oooilition of tho kidueyt; if it h sins y our liuuu it is oviduuco of lcid- Doy tr5lili.; too frequent desire to pass u or mio ln tuo bttCk ia fll10 convluoing proof that tho kidneys and bladder aro out of order. WHAT TO 1)0. r ffifc J. DWIN ROW15. F. I. FMX Yovthful fauiof. Ii Lair d! Qe,wH1.UJat 1niygus - to llestora Oray Color. ROWB White, palatable, nutritious bread is always the result when you use & FELIX, LAWYERS. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice r the Courts of Ohio county and Court ofAppeals. rromptBtteutloiiRlvento all business entrusted to our care. Office In Uurau tiuHdlntr. Ii obtained and all fat--J Caveats, and Trade-Mar- !; ent business conducted lor MoornaTC Fees. oua Office itopposiTc U.S. pATCNTOrnee and we can secure patent ia lest una lata ww S remote from Washing too. bend model, drawint or photo., With dscript tlon. We advise. II patentable or not, lr ol charpe. Our fee not due till patent Is secured. A PAMPHLtT, "How to ObtaU Patents," with cost 01 same In the U. o. Ad lorciga couatnes sent use. Auaress, I IGLEHEART'S I Swans Down Flour Produced from the best wheat by the best methods, mous for its purity, uniformity and leavening power. IQLEHEART BROS., EVANSVILLE, IND. Fa-A- O. IMI. Bamett, ATrORNEY AT LAW. (NOTARY PURtIC) ii HARTFORD, KY. TUACTICH his profession In all the courts or Ohio aud adjululu? counties. Carelul attention will be Riven to all business entrusted to his care. Collection a specialty. Office over Ohio Count) UiaW. grocers. WRITE FOR OUR FREE BUCGY, CARRIAGE AND HARNE88 Adiir,. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILLe CATALOGUE. TUTT'S Liver PILLS Thoro is comfort in the know ledge bo Wt2S&Gm19mESmBZ C.A.SNOW&CO. OPP. PATCNT OfFICt. WAHINOTON. D. O.