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Republican and the Toledo (O ) Made, year, $1 25 Republican and Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, $1 25 Republican and the Ulobc Demount, I year $1 50 1 OruLToToliaK IRatos. The Haeteobb Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FART? IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, The Republican is the best Advertising medium in this partof the country. Vork Done on Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customors CunrnntooU. Fine Job Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. XI. Subscription $1 a year. No. 32. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1899. MATANZAS, CUBA. Lieutenant Bishop writes a Good Letter. A bles, but in no way tqu.ds it in beauty, grandeur or wonderment. The natives are small and weak, both in body and mind, and look nsil As they Ih'I never had enough to a digs they are stupid, indolent nd filthy, mid are expert thieves and beggars. The weather is very much like July in Kentucky and isoltin quite oppressive All the boys in Co. D are anxiously hoping, day by day, for orders to go home. We read everything in English that we see. The Rnr;onr,iCAM came, to us this week and I believe every boy from Ohio county has read every line it contained, including ads. Be sure and send us the Rui'UnLiCAN every week. We are always glad to get any old newspaper, but we appreciate the Republican most of all. All the boys of Co. D are well except Sergeant Pdtton, and Corporal Bennett, who shot his toe off several days ago. With kindest regards for the Republican and its readers, I remain, Very sincerely, NICOT1NIZED NERVES. Millions ol America's men day alter d toed their nerves with tobacco, until ROCK ASPHALT Discovered in the Vicinity of Hartford. Work on a Plant to Cot It Out Suspondod on Accountof a Rocont Logal Decision. For some time John Nugent has prospecting some land near Hartford, Ky. Three feet underneath the surface he found a deposit ol rock asphalt, says the Evansvllle Courier Drilling at various places showed an average depth 01 forty feet, and tbe , the deposit conquality is taining from 10 to 12 per cent, of asphalt mixed with clean, sharp quartz sand. Mr. Nugent has interested a man from St. Louis and secured an option on 2, 100 acres of the land. He had made arrangements to erect a crushing plant and open a mine as soon as the United States Supreme Couit's decision had been rendered with reference to street improvements In effect the decision renders Invalid all assessments for street improve ntents where it can be shown the property assessed has been increased in value by the improvement the full amount of tbe assessment, which has stopped the proposed improvements on the Kentucky lease. Although orders had been placed for machinery worth $50,000 to $75, 000, a site had been selected for the crusher and negotiations were under way for a towboat and barges to bring the product here, all were cancelled. Mr. Nugent decided not to venture into a business that required such an outlay until satisfied of tbe returns. He will first find out if the effect of tbe Supreme Court's decision is as as it seems. If it is, he will not attempt to carry out his plans at present. He has a two years' option on the land and has plenty ol time to be sure he is on the sale side before going ahead. The land under which the asphalt rock lie is situated within Soo yards ol Rough river, and if the deposit is actively worked all the asphalt will be brought here on barges after being crushed and will be distributed by rail and boat lrom Evansvllle. The supply is so great and so easily gotten at Mr. Nugent says he can furnish asphalt cheaper than any one else in tbe United States. been first-clas3- et the nerves become nlcollniied and tha the N ERVES blood creep and cravo lor moro tobacco. fiablL It's a disease, Thai's called a and In all this world there Is but one guaranteed cure, NO-TO-BA- were half nsnnxloustohear Over one million boxes sold from the Third Kentucky ns we are to In two years) 300,000 cured, tells the get a letter or newspaper from home, Story ol great merit a restores vitality lo weak this would be the first part of the pa men. Many report a gain ol ten pounds per read, whereas It may not be no In ten days. Go buy It under your ticed. To attempt a description of this j DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. part of the island would be the work Every drought Is authorliod to toll of a writer of greater ability and with under abnoluto guarantee lo euro every form of tobacco using. more time than I possess, so I will Oxir written guarunteo, frc-- aamnlo of utid booklet railed "Don't only mention a lew of the things that Tobacco Spit and rlmoka Your Ufa have passed beneath my ownobserva Away' mailed for tlio n.klntr. Ad. dross TI1H 8TKHI.IM1 REMEDY OO., tlon since we landed, sometime in Chicago, Moutrua.l,Cao., NowYork. 11 Sri I. I WWW. .. .I...... V.I ll.l 11,11 M.MMf January, It is said. I have been unable to keep dates, but It must have i OcontUpauon-oalrbeen at least two months ago. Soon alter we got here, the regi3E3- ment was divided. The first battalion, ATTORNEYLA IV, under command of Major SaOarans, roKitnvii.i.i:, kkntuouy. Will practice bis proloieion in all the going to La Union ; the aecond and courts of Ohio ami ndjoining counties headquarters going to Cardenas, while and Court of Appeal. Special the third, including Co. D, remained given to collections. Ollico at Matanzas under command ol Lieut. next door to Post Office. Col. Henry. About the firstof February, Captain 1' L 1'HMX j. kdwin rowi:. Keown was ordeied to take so men from his company and take command and possession of Fort San Severino, lately surrendered by the Spanish. It was upon this fort that the stars and HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio stripes were fust raised in Matanias, county and Court of Appeals. Prompt by the 3rd Engineers, U S. V., while attention given to all business en several thousand Spanish troops still trusted to our care. Office in Herald occupied the city, and even the fort building. itself. Capt. Keown took with him RUM.1CAN rurve-may 1 C. a uc : Description of tlio Matnnzas Country and what Hartford SoIdlorDoya aro Doing. Feb. iS II rounded by jubllaut comrades and his captain made him a sergeant on the spot. But the big Hoosler cut every." thing short by spying Never mind, cap It atn't worth no fireworks. I dropped tny whiskey flask over there and while I was foragln' fur It 1 thought I might just as well bring the flag back with me." St. Louis Republic. the reidersoi the Rrt Strang, dfm vision made clear, styes removed end granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually .cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle JJe Salve. It's put up In tubes, and sold o'u a guarantee by all good druggist. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & TTrnu r.jrm Ate Mm1 Bro. She Wantod Everything. m m tf vAavAKEi S. DFLOToy, - AT - Oscar Bishop. A Thousand Tonguos Rowe & Felix, SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at ll&w, couttcol Ohtonnd adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank, ruptcy. HARTFORD, KY Will practice his profusion in all the Will practice his prolesslon in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Kttorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, R. Wedding, M. L. HEAVRIN J. S. ATTORNEY AND (NOTARY PUIIUC) COUNSELLOR AT LAW, HARTFORD.. . KENTUCKY. Will practice his prolesslon In all the cou us ol Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court dfAppeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust, to his care. Ollico in Rkpuuucan building. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Davidson, J. E. Perry JfVosterfield, Attorney at Law, in Ohio Will and adjoining couuties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to Lis care. Oflice with County Attorney. IlAItTKOllI), Ky., praclico bin profession Could not express the rapture ol Annie K. Springer, of 1125 Howard st,, Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life u burden. All other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she says ol this Roy soon removed the pain in al Cure--"i- t my chest and I can now sleep sound-l- y, something I can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe." Sergeants Pannell.'Vade and Altmire, So will every onewhotries Dr. King's six Corporals May, Mann, Walford, New Discovery for any trouble of the Potter, Keown and Westmoreland. Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c. Capt. Keown and his men have had and $1. 00. Trial bottle free at J. H. hard work, but have filled the place so Williams, Drug Store; every bottle well that Gen. Sanger has refused to guaranteed. have them relieved, and is still keepIn the West the doctri.icol Protecing them there to show to the world tion was made the leading issue by again that Kentucky soldiers are the the Republicans; in the Kast it was best. not. The Republicans of the West On the same day that Capt. Keown of went to the fort ; I, with Sergeants won, the Republicans the Kast lost. These facts are worth remembering, York and Jones, Corporals Kagland, Flora (111.) Journal. Leach, Bennett, Speck man and Ran-neand the remaining portion of the Robbod tho Crave. company, came to Santo Crlstina barracks, to do provost guard duty, and Mr. A starling incident, of which skirmish with several thousand vlci-ou- b Oliver of Philadelphia, was the suband hungry fleas which had been ject, is narrated by him as follows: without rations since the barracks "I was in a most dreadful condition. were vacated by the Spanish soldiers, My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunseveral weeks before. We have plen- ken, tongue coated, pain continually ty of work to do, but we get to see the in back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. city and everything that goes on. The city is a queer old place, very Three physicians had given me up. little larger than Hartford In area, and Fortunately, a friend advised trying contains about 40,000 souls, princi- Electlc Bitters; and to ray greit joy pally native Cubans, but there is quite and surprise, the first bottle a decided I continued their use a number of Spaniatds and some improvement. for three weeks, and am now a well Americans. The houses are of stone and from man. I know they saved my life, and the architecture one would tnlnk of robbed the grave of another victim." Biblical times and involuntarily look No one should fall to try them. Only around for St. Paut. The buildings Socts., guaranteed at J. II. Williams' are seldom more than one story in Drug Store. height and cover almost every bit of England is considerably worried ' I ! I.nuK Irrltntlon Is the foierunncrof consumption. Dr. Bell's Pini Tar Honey will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle tf there. 25c at all good druggists. m Attorney atKY. Caw, HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settlement oi decedent's estates, road coses Ollico up and criminal practice. stairs next door to Griffin's drug store. 3E3. 0E. TXTESlXji, the ground and that ground not built upon is usually used as a garden, and contains vines, trees, shrubs, plants and flowers of every kind and descrip tion and is almost invariably in the rear of the house and almost entirely hid from view. One day this week I visited a cave some two miles in the countiy. It contains several deep caverns, which we could not explore, and the guide being a Cuban, could tell us nothing. From what I have read and heard of the Mammsth Cave, this one resem Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col' making &c. also Notary Publio for Ohio County, Oflice North side of publicsquare. JNO. B. WILSON, IrsA JmsmL EFENDING THE NATION. Catarrh iiourcoun-trfxtnmy. La grippe, lung troubles and other diseases of the mucous mem brane tako hold of our people nmUutnl results alarming Attorney at Iaw Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoiniug counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street, R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Hartford, msm -- ah 7iM$9KMK quency, troubles imv&vmEMS thebo 01 ?SAj3cfBBB follow with fre are catarrh, and Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining couuties. Also Notary Publio, Office, lit Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING where the membranes are clean and nun not exist healthy. Hartford, Ky. V Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in til the courts of Ohioand adjoining counties Gainful attention will bo given to a Col business entrusted to hia care. Uctinns a specialty. Oflice over Ohio Coo my Bank. Also Notary Public. Attorney at J(,av HAItTKOBD, KY. A. e.sAYioa. Special attention given to all business eutrueted to bis care. Office in Court House, Mrs. Lou Davis, Fayettovlllo, Tenn., tells In her letter how Dr. Hartraan's cured greut catarrh remedy, her of la grippe and serious lung complication. She sayas " I was afflicted with a disease commonly known as la grippe two years go the doctors said I had consumpand tion. I got ono bottlo of the second night my cough stopped. I took several bottles, and I will say that I belleva I would be a dead woman now U It had not been for Mary M. rrultt, Falpa, Mo., says: Midicint Co., Columbus, O. " I had la grippe for three successive years; It seemed, to get a tighter hold on me each year. It seemed I was In the Jaws of death. What had helped me before would not do ma any good. I I saw an advertisement of procured two bottle and It cured me. I have not felt any symptom slnoe. You may use UiU la any way you pleaM." 1 Pt-ru-- If the advocates of Free Trade were at all reasonable they would see that the success which American exporters are now having in foreign markets is a complete demonstration of Protection principles and that it is also the strongest possible reason for the con tlnuance of the Protective system for every industry which Is not yet able to take its place in the open world competition without such special favor Colorado fiom our Government. over the loss of so much gold to the Springs (Col.) Gazette. United States and Germnny. The I.nnK Irritation two great protection countries are is the forerunner to consumption. busiwill cute doing the bulk of the world's Dr. Bell's ness and Free Trade England is get it, and give such strength to the will not that ting left. Garden City (Kan.) Herald. lungs there.a cough or a cold Twenty-fivcents at nil settle good druggists. For saleby Z. Wayne The Eagle, King- - ol All niris, Griffin & Bro. tf Is noted for its keen sight, clear and distinct vision. So ate those persons HoWlltod. who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any kind or granulated lids. Sold by all A preacher not far away used the dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. following ceremony, after which tbe Wayne GriQin & Bro. tf uufortanate young man followed the Womon who Should not Wod. example of the last rose of summer and wilted: "Wilt thou take her for The woman who expects to have thy pard, for better or for worse to have, to hold, to fondly guard till "a good easy time." The woman who would rather nurse hauled off in a hearse? Wilt thou let her have her way, consult her many a pug dog than a baby. The woman who thinks that men wishes, wake the fire up every day, and help her wash dishes! Wilt thou are angels and demigods. The woman who wants to refurnish give her all the 'stuff' her little purse will pack, buy a boa and a muff and a her house every spring. sealskin saque? Wilt thou comfort The woman who buys for the mere and support her father and her moth, pleasure ot buying. er, Aunt Jemima, Uncle John, three The woman who expects a declara- sisters and a brother. And bis face tion of love three times a day. grew pale and blank; it was too late The woman who thinks the nurse to jilt; as through the chapel floor he and cook can keep house. sank he sadly said, "I wilt. The woman who marries in order Yrara. reunited to have somebody pay her bills. I suffered for 25 years with a cough, The woman who would rather die and .pent hundreds ot dollars with than wear a bonnet two seasons old. doctors and far medicine to no avail until I used Dr. Bell's Pine The woman who stays at home only This remedy makes weak lungs when she cannot find a place to visit. strong It has saved my life. J. B. The woman who reads cheap novels Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf and dreams of being a duchess or e Tar-Hone- She had declC, 1 that she ought to have a revolver for protection when stamped enveEnclose she happened to be at home alone Will often cause a hoirible burn,scajd, lope. Herbert E. Hess, Pres., Dept., evenings, and she went to get it her-se- lf Cut or bruise, Bucklen'e America M, Chicago. w Salve, the best in tbe world, will O sTIii Kind '" M" """ BcujM "This," said the dealer, "Is a kill the pain and promply heal it. Biari tie Don't expect local applications ot weapon soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They Cures Old Sores, Fevrr Sores, Ulcers, reach only the surface, while the di"Hammerless!" she repeated. Bolls, Felons, Corns, all skin Erupsease comes from within. Shift's "Hammerless," with the accent on tions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only Specific Clairvoyant in Trouble. the "less " "I don't want it. I 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. don't want anything with some of Sold by J. H. Williams. Druggist. Pine Bluff, Ark., Feb. 20. Local the parts left out. I can pay for the social circles are considerably disturbTTIth CuHctU. Iditiiltloir Howlicondlpatloa forevar. ed as a result of the two weeks' op- is the only euro and will reach tho most whole weapon, and that's what I Ondy Cattitrtlc. enra 10c. 36c. II C. C C. fall, drnixUta rolinS moaty. case. "Hindoo obstinateremedies,It is far ahead of all want." erations ol a because It cures cases similar was given as which aro beyond their reach. S.S.S.Ia FORSALK, "I begin to understand," returned Wonder," whose name One Iron Gray Mare, five years old, Harry Lamont. purely vegetable, and is the only blood the dealer. "You want everything remedy guaranteed to contain no potthere is, and the more the better. fifteen hands high, broke do ride and Lamont advertised himself as able ash, mercury or other mineral. work. She is a first class animal in How would you like a Books every, respect, will sell her for a rea to tell the hidden secrets ot the past, Company,mailed free by Swift 8pecifle Atlanta, Georgia. pistol instead ot one with a single sonnble price cash oron time. If on present and future, and did a time, party to give note with approve barrel and a cylinder?" His two weeks' re-- , business. tf celpts are estimated at $700. "Just the thing," she answeared ed security. Apply at this office, General Directory.' m . delightedly. "You seeyou can't fool To many women he told Throbbing Headache-- . That me, even if I am a woman. Just give "secrets" about their husband, and STATE OFFICIALS. me a two barreled pistol." as a result there are many unconfirmed Governor William O. Bradley. Would quickly leave you, if you Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtoThus it was that he disposed of an rumors of probable divorces and some used Dr. King's New Life Pills. ancient weapon that he had had in startling results are anticipated. LaThousands of sufferers have proved Secre taryof State Charles Finley. stock since some time In the early mont was given a tip to leave in their matchless merit for Sick and Attorney General W. S. Taylor. fifties. Chicago Evening Post. twelve hours, which he hurriedly did. Auditor Samuel H. Stone. Nervous Headaches. Tbey make At the time of leaving he was under Treasurer Geo. y. Long. cuiie a coi.d in one day pure blood and strong nerves and Commissioner of Agriculture, HorTake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab build up your health. Easy to take. arrest, charged with not paying the city clairvoyant license, but his admir- ticulture Statistics Lucas and Uts. All druSgists refund money if Try them. Only cents. Money 25 Moore. it fails to cure 25c. The genuine has ers stood for him. L B. Q. on each tablet. tf back if not cured. Sold by J. H. The officers wired broadcast lor his Superintendent Public Iustruction-m m Williams, Druggist. Davison. Texarkana's city arrest, and Company Cheating Him. Office Chas. O. Register marshal responded: "I have your Reynold. Land "Yesterday was Willie's birthday," in jail. Send forbim." darling Harry Insurance Bureau Commissioner-- D. I says the Detroit Journal, "and his He will be returned here. He has W". Coraincore. father, iu recognition of his good bemany aliases, is a smooth artist and For Infants and Children, Adjutant General D. R. Collien' havior during the previous month, The Kind You Havo Always Bought was for a time in trouble in Fort State Librarian Miss Paul Deaneo took him for a ride on the street cars. Smith. Globe Democrat. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. Bears ths ' T,hey bad been seated about a minute Jno. C, Wood, chairman; J. F. when a man boarded the car with a Signature of AHE YOU A DEMOCRAT? Dempsey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary large Newfoundland dog, and Willie, An old adage reads: "There is a place Samuel F, Brown. for Fifty Canta. who, like other little boys, was very CONORESSIOKAL. for everything," and for everything to bo Guaranteed tobacco bablt ours, makes wtak inquisitive, began as follows: man strong, blood cure. sOe, II. All druggUU. la its place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH 8enat6rs Hon. William O. Lind find a place la the homo ot every say, slould " 'Is that your dog, mister?' Hon. W. J. Deboe. DEMOCIUT In tho SUNNY SOUTH. The In addition to its thorough discus' 'Yes, my boy.' Representative Fourth District Dispatch is the people's paper, owned by " 'Does he like to tide on the cars?' sion of fashions, and regular depart- the people, and Is always ready to light Hon. D. H. Smith. STATE LEGISLATURE. ments, Harpers Bazar presents a very for tha cause of the people. IT STANDS ' 'I think he does. THE Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. interesting article on "The Wagneran SQUARELY ON the aid CHICAGO PLAT'Do you have to pay fare for him?' or consent of tbe FORM, without Representative Ohio County Hon. Dragon,,' by the noted musical critic Gold Dug Monopolies, and a fair compar" 'Yes.' R. C. Jamagin. ison ot lti news service (now being- furE. I. Stevenson. The article is illus" 'How much do you have to pay?' OHIO COUNTY. over leased wires by tha New York trated with different dragon design?. nished tbo Chicago Inter Ocean end the " 'Fife cents.' Sun, CIRCUIT COURT. , For the Washington's Birthday Issue, Northern Press Association) with that of " 'How old Is he?' Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-bor- o. any other paper, will fully verify IU Albert E'Setrner has contributed two Motto, " 'About three years.' "If you see It In the Dispatch Its Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney " 'The company ia cheating you,' full page drawings. To the same is- eo, and It It's 10 It ts always la the DisOivensboro. a patch." said Willie, 'he ought to be carried sue Katherlne de Forest contributes Tho Dispatch also has a staff of over T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. very interesting letter from Paris. for half fare.' " 300 active correspondents In the South, anil Clerk ham-merle- greatly abused. If the abolition of desks should result in making members pay closer attention to business His False Teeth While and less to private affairs it would be want. It the filling of a long-fe- lt Asleep. was attempted in the last congress before the civil war, but the represenFrank Noltlng, an Indiana Gro-co- r, tative then went mourning for their desks, rebelled against tbe benches, Has a Narrow Esand In a little while reverted to the cape From Death. old system. If they should try the experiment again now, it is to be Colnmbus, Ind., Feb. 25. Frank hoped they may have more staying Noltlng, the Midway grocer, swallow- power. New York Tribune, ed his false teeth while asleep last night and was unconscious and near WANTED SEVERAL persons in this state to lydeadTrhea discovered byhlfwlfer manage our business in their own and called, and it Three physicians were nearby counties. It is mainly office was several hours before the teeth work conducted at home. Salary could be expelled from the trochea. straight $900 a year and expenses-defin- ite, bonafide, nor more, no less A Frightful Blunder salary. Monthly $75. References. SWALLOWED Eczema ! The Only Cure. Eczema, is moro than a skin disease, and no skin remedies can cure it. The doctors are unable to cflect a euro, and their mineral mixtures aro damaging to tho most powerful constitution. The whole troublo is in the blood, and Swift's Specific is tho only remedy which can reachauch blood diseases. Kciema broke oat on my dsnghter.and con tinued to spread until her head was entirely deep-seated .TOHIA. covered. Sbawaa treated by several good doctors, but grew worse, and the dreadful disease spread to her face. She was taken to two celebrated '. health spring, bat re-- . celved no benefit. Many- patent medicines were taken, but without until we decided to try S. 8. nd by tho time tbe first bottle was finished, her head began to heal, A dosen bottles cored her em-pleteand left her skin perfectly smooth. She la now sixteen years old, and has a Not a of arowlb, has hair. returned.alga ot the dreadfat ever n.T, Snoaa, ', 2704 Lucas Ave 81. Lonis, Mo. that" cccer kafaww Tho Blood ai self-terme- d land-offic- e A m s1 W. ht J. CASTOR A & countess. Tbe woman who does not know how many halves, quarters, dimes, nickels and cents there is in a dollar. The woman who cares more for tbe style ot her winter cloak than she cares for the health and comtort ol her children. The woman who proudly declares that she can not make a dress, cook a meal of victuals, never made up a bed in her lite, and adds with a simper that she has "been in society ever since she was fifteen." Ex. For advice In cssas rjulrlnr special direction,, address, glvlnr symptoms, the "Ladles' Ad.ltorr Decaitment," ful discovery, Swamp Root, and a The Chsttawoga Medicine Co., Cbttta. llnrtloriia:i:tniivilla 1'nckel Co. book telling more about it, both sent aoopi Teao. General offices, Hartford, Ky. For to you absolutely free by mall. Send Delaware, Ashbysburg, Curdsvllle, Mrg.tODIUlUll, your address to Dr. Kilmer's & Cot "ciTrDiREcfohy. orJirtion,Cji.,Mj: Rutnsey, Calhoon, Liverniore and Binghamton, N. Y. and kindlyiuen. "Whin I first took Win of Cardul) W. ir. Baftied. Judged we had been married Inree years, but Hartford, and all Intermediate points tion that you read this liberal oiler In J. S.RiVeddlngvAtt6rney. aeuld not have any children, nine .. msuUujUer I had a (Ue girl on Green and Rough rivers, Steamer ." TOWN TRUSTEES. the IlAKTI'OKD RKl'UMUCAN, Scioto, leaves Evansvllle every MonSJC Coxi.Ch'mW I as Ho Didn't Co for tlio Flag. h A, Jhomas.Treasiireft.t day and Thursday at 3 p. m., arrives Jnb. E. Bean, Sec'y, KM Yw Km MbTITJ Btt$ht every Tuesday and Fri- Bisra Ha "" " sf 'Geo. Klein. An Indluna regiment was fiercely at Hartlord " AD. Whltei'f attacked by a whole brigade iu one day at 3 p m returulng leaves Haiti WednesProton, Mort0UiPotf04. G.A, m of the battle ot Mississippi and was lord Saturdays 9130 a.m., deeply chagrined in falling back to days 5. a.m. Abusoof Desk Privilege. llAKTroKli;1!!.?. For rates of freight or passage ap l find that Its flag remained In the I 'I" month' in' Corirt 'Hall'afi Vcloclcp. '1 4 f Watch. .CJoclf and Jcwpjry repairing; rq The proposition to remodel the hall bands of the enemy Suddenly a ply on board, or to Jas, P. Carson, ' rsWuA. Qabsqm, Cora. JOUIftq, qilAJfflEaIK.AdJt. of representative at Washington by done In, first, cIa3 order. till private sprang from the ranks, agent, Hartford, Ky, tmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm abolishing desks and giving the mem rushed through tbe bullet swept PwH TukatM Bill ud Rats losr lift lot;. A finer outfit fpn tetlngeyai for1 To quit tobacco easily aud loranr, baniir-tie- bers mere benches, such as members space to the advancing foe, cleared weak vision, etc. Doti't'fall to'li'iive' full ot Ilia, nerto ami Tlor, taka a path with his clubbed rifle, snatched tbs that makes weak man of parliament at Westmiuster have, strong. All dni(lsu,Weorll. Cut J guaran- I Is decidedly interesting. There ts no your eyes tt!sted'bVfore'Uiiylngrgiiec!.1 the colors and returned In safety to teed. Duoktet and aampla free. Address He was at once sur- - Starling VameJy Co., Chicago or Hsw Yoik. j doubt that the desk system has been tacles. , his regiment drug-gut- Ahwrt That is the way all druggists sell Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic lor Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp! 1 ly iron and quinine In a tasteless Regardless Of Age. fotm. Children love It. Adults prefer It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, The kidneys are 'responsible for tf 50c. more sickness, suffering, and deaths than any other organs of the body. Receipts of Manila's Port. A mnjority of the ills afflicting peo Washington, Feb. 20. The war de- pie totday is traceable to kidney partment has received the first itemiz- trouble. It prevades all classes of ed statement of receipts from all sour- society, in all clliiatej, regardless of ces of taxation In tbe Philippines from age, sex or condition. The symptons of kidney trouble the occupation oi Manila by the United States forces, August 13 last, to ore unmistakable, such as rheuma pain December 31. The total collections tism, neuralgia, sleeplessness, amniounted to neatly two million dol- or dull ache in the back, a desire to lars, the exact figures being $1,819, urinate olten day or night, profuse 813. Of this total, $534.o86 was made or scanty supply. deposit in Uric acid, or brick-du- st up of funds seized by the Americans upon tbe capture of Manila. The oth- urine are signs of clogged kidneys, er items of revenue were as follows: causing poisoned and germ-fillethe heart acts Internal revenue $96,764, customs$i,-144,92- blood. Some-timProvost Court fines $6,755, badly, and tube casts (wasting of water rents $2,259, markets $8,380, the kidneys) are found in the urine, matadero $13,845, cemeteries $2,547, which if neglected will result in licenses $7,179, Captain of the Port Bright's Disease, the most dangerous collections $1,093, sales of subsistence form ol kidney trouble. All these symptons and conditions beef $1,800, sales quartermaster's beef $34; relund of unexpended bal- are promply removed under the influence of Dr.Kllmer's Swap-Rooance of appropiatlon $54. It has a world wide reputation for its Ileautr la Illood Ileep. of the most distressClean Llood means a clean tkin. No wonderful cures beauty without It. t'aacareta, Candy Cathar- ing cases. tic clean your blood and krtp it clean, by No one need be long without it as atlrring up the lazy liver and driring all to it is so easy to get at any drug store from the body. Begin laniih pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, You can and that sickly bilious complexion by taking at fifty cents or one dollar. C'ascareti, beauty for ten centa. All have a sample bottle of this wonderBO'Jght III -4, es t. NO 'UItK-N-O PAY. OANVORXA. Bsaratna Thi Kted Yw Hi will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper. Get tke Dispatch; It gives tho news und tells the truth about It. Dally, 8 pages', Sunday, 24 pages; Weekly, 8 pags. We club with tho Weekly Dispatch at tho remarkably low price ot 1.33. 8. A. Anderson, Rowan Holbrook, Master Hartford. Commia-sion- ei Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartlord. 8. T. Stevens Sheriff Harford. Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Ben ton, and R. B.Martin. Court convenes first Monday- in March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. - Mothers! forts and dangers of child-birtcan be almost en- -i bffiwHP avoided. tlrelv WlneofCardu- lh Jas, M, Judge Hartford. M. 8. Ragland, Clerk Hartford. r. Miller, COUNTY COURT. discom- rm preg- Court convenes each month. L. Heavrin.Attorney-Hartfor- d; first Monday in QUARTERLY COURT. relleveaex- pectant moth. era. It gives tonetotbegen. perfect!. Begins on the second each month. COURT OP Monday in CLAIMS. v-- italorgans,and mil them in condition to do their work nancy less painful, shortens labor and hastens recovery after child-birtIt helps a woman bear strong healthy children. Convenes first Monday in January, aud Tuesday after the secud Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY d OFFICERS. That ttake9 Mnr'idrdlii has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for years. A few doses often brings Joy to loving hearts that long for it darling baby. No woman abould neglect to try it for this trouble. It cures nine cases out of tan. All druggists sell Wino of Cardul. $1.00 per bottle. N. Moxley, Surveyor. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur. Springs. u. v., uamnuell, rooraouie Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. 4 latisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 60c. T. A. Evans Court will be held at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, September 1st and December 18th. B, F, Graves Court will be held at Butord 011 March 30, June 2i),Sep-temb28 and December 21. S. J. Weller Court will be held nt Sulphur Springs on March 27, September 2u and December 2'i. will be hold II. li. TAYLoit-Co- urt at Cromwell on March t, June 10, September 2 ami December 0. W. A RoKtHnUonrt will bo held at Ceptertoivn pn February, 18t May 29, August 28 aud,NQVcinberJ, er 28,-Jun- , OA0VORXA. m - R. CSUtCBHlS,, Jeweler and Optician? 111 ' ' , rn , wonder-worke- fftfr'?61 -- &lx&22 Hartfdrd napubllcan Ittiitd Crldny by the IIAKTroKOl'lTIII.INIU.NO.lOUI'ANY Incorporated. Jno II. Thomas, j Office on Fox Stroot. Subscription, SI por year In advance ce at Hartford Entered at the as second class mall matter. post-offi- FRIDAY, MARCH 3. I'OK HKI'ItlJir.NTATlVi:. We are authorized to announce Hon. R. C. Jarnagln, of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for Rep reaentatlve, subject to the action ot the Republican party. Congress mi adjourns f . Rudyaud Kii'LiNo, the novelist, is dangerously ill in New York. Tue French govcrnmont ed a revision of the Dreyfus has grant. uc. inches thick is be Ice thirty-eigh- t tag taken irom lake Winnebago ia Wisconsin, That beats Beaver Dam's record a littls. Tub Louisville Ditpalch claims that Goebel'i friends instigated the recciv er suit and the Dispatch has opened her guns a la Dewey on the Kenton itatesman. industriously circulating a circular here which is supposed to tell the bad side of the Covington statesman s killing of Bank er Sanford in 1805. The Hardinites are result of the small-po- x scare, Hartiord citizens are industriously seeking vaccination. The editors of this paper will readily exchange syra pathies with those suffering from sore arms. A As wasted volumes of wind denouncing imperialism before a Billy Bryan Washington Democratic club, but said "nary" word about free silver. change The moon and with the tides. office-seeke- correspondent of the Louisville Pott says the silver issue is dead and points out the great following of Goebel, whom he alleges is a gold bug, as evidence of the decadence of the silver issue. A. Democratic Urey Woodsox is making a tour of the State collecting a campaign fund for the national campaign. Hardin and Stone Democrats will probably bo a little wary about contributing to Urey s campaign fund until after the State convention. close observation of Uncle Sam's way of doing busine-a- , Germany has decided to keep her fioger out of the Filipino pie. Doubtless he would have been as rough with Germany as he has been with all others who have meddled with his private affairs. After When the Spanish-America- n war opened Dewey was practically unknown and Gen. Miles web the first When it closed soldier in America. Dewey's well earned fame was echoing back from the summit of future cent tunes while Miles God pity him that ho cannot be forgotten. Oh, Urey! Urey! Why not stop your assaults on Gen. Hardin Ion; enough to tell us what you learned about silver on that trip to Mexico? Louisville Dispatch. This would be a cruel question if asked by a Republican editor, but it is positively brutal coming from the editor of the Dispatch. has the profound-es- t respect for the good people of Beaver Dam, but deplores the unfortunate fisticuff indulged in in the Oleancr office a few nights ago and calls upon the good people of Ohio county to aesiat it in suppressing the "blind tigers" in our neighboring town. The Rei'uiiucan RobehtBueckknhiikie of Chicago, Haluuan, has offered to endow the State University at Lexington with $500,000 provided his name shall no perpetuated in eomo appropriate manner. Mr. Halligan was born and eared near Lexington and educated at the State University, He went to Chicago in early manhood and in that city has made a fortune. 1 mit; liill tf iU'luefi What IJ the & torcii lo light till) faatloh'i AVhal circumstances, cause? Mcwhat pathway Over dangerous ground. Kinley is great, not because ho rules influences have been brought to bear a great people, but because bo has the to give such an impetus to business ? greatness to allow a great people to There is a cause. There Is a cause for rule themselves. There every result In the universe. is a cause which effects the ebb and The Democratic fight over the gub flow of the ses; a cause for the change ernatorial nomination waxes warmer. of the seasons ; a cause for vcgetablo Neither candidate is considered espec- growth in spring and for its decay in ially a strong one. Goebel Is weaken- autumn. A causo for happiness, a ed by his odious election law, Hardin causo for success, a cause for prosperburdened with a former defeat and ity, a causo for adversity. Then, what Stono belongs to a period thnt has is tho cause which has produced napassed Into history, but Democratic tional prosperity in the United States? rondncss for a family fight keens the We very readily seo the effect, but to contest extremely warm. arrive at the cauee wo must investigate and undeistaud the forces operating A project is on foot now and bids previous to the effect under discussion. fair for success to celebrate tho cens Previous to the Presidential election tennial of the purchase of tho Louisi- of 189G various questions wore Bgitat. ana territory in 1003. It is proposed ing the minds of the people. New that St, Louis shall have tho honor of theories wero advanced for revothe celebration, There is not another lutionizing the monetary system ot the city within the Purchase, as able to country, which theories threatened tho entertain the people as St. Louis, nor stability of the currency with a cheapas easy of access. An exposition in er money and a scheme ot repudiation. the great Mississippi Valley would do These theories were strongly supportmuch to extend the intluences ot its ed by the Democratic press of the industries and would bring before the country and a vast multitude of poli world the boundless resources of the ticians and actually threatened to sugreat west. persede principles whose usefulness and wisdom, long usage and experi Mr. Moses Mattinolt is authority ence have established. The country for the following phenomenal incident: was experiencing the effect of the apt "Last spring, while plowing Tip my plication of the free trade theory. garden, my little boy found seven The revenues of the government were make eggs, which he took to the hen insufficient for its support and bonds house and put under a setting were sold to meet its current expenses. hen. After a duo season of incubation, These were the forces operating and six littlo snakeleta nestled under the the effect every intelligent man knows motherly hen. Tho little snakes were and every business man experienced very obedient to their foster mother, confidence, distrust, business who was very proud of her wriggling Lack of silent factories and shops, family. All went well with the mon- stagnation, closing banks and business failures of grel family until one day a sharp ed in all 'sections of the hawk swept down and fondly every nature country, were the effects. This was embraced one of the little snakes and the condition of the country in 189(3, hastily fled skyward. When mother In that year the policy of the govern hen saw how one of her darlings had ment changed, with the change of ad been Kidnapped, she poised her wings ministration, The free trade policy was and mado a mad rush for the fleeing superseded by a protective tarifi and hawk. Pursued and pursuer continued ample means for the support of the their aerial flight until each became a government were provided. The mere speck in the cloudless sky." money question was settled and the tear ot repudiation vanished. CouG REVIEW. denco was restored at borne and One of the most eventful periods in abroad. Tho result of the the history of American institution is lishment of confidence is our every The resumption of covered by the achievements of the day observation. 55th Congreu, and marks the close of business in every channel, the era the 19th century. Many grave ques- ployment of laborers on full time at tions of vast magnitude at home and high wages and ready sale for every abroad have been settled in the light product of the farm. Stop and ponder. of reason and likewiie at the cannon's "In time ot peace prepare for war." mouth. The tarifi law has been revised, Fortify youreelf with stubborn facts, Hawaii annexed, a national bank, Drink from the crystal stream of liv ruptcy law enacted, provisions for tak- ing truth nnd as a result the country ing the twelfth census made, the re- will enjoy a long period of unparallelorganization of the personnel of the ed prosperity and growth. nary authorized, a war loan of SMALLPOX. negotiated, revenue for prosecuting the war provided, war declared against a foreign foe, a nation humili- Two Cases Aro Now In the ated in defeat without the loss of a Evansvlllo Pest House. single victory, and the influence of American freedum extended to the There is another small-po- x case in Isles of tho sea. Besides these great Evansvllle, says the Kvansville Courachievements other questions ot vast ier. This makes two patients who importance now agitate the public are at the stricken with mind, the completion of the Nicaragua the horrible disease. canal, the reorganization of the army, Ransom Kirkman, a colored man, the extension of American shipping twenty-fo- ur years old, was taken to and the disposition of the Eastern the beyond Oak Hill cems question. Justly may the achieve- etery about 1 o.clock this morning. ments of the administration closing He bad a bad case and the authoriwith the century be clabsed with those ties will take the utmost precaution of the Revolution and the civil war against the spreading of the disease. and the President with Washington Klrkman was a rouster on the add Lincoln. steamer Scioto, a boat that plies in The gloom of business depression the Gvansville and Rough river trade. and disasters and financial distress has He has lived in Evansville about four been dispelled by the glowing sun of year aid has worked on several steam prosperity. Distrust has departed and boats in that time. On February 7 the State ot Kansas supreme confidence set upon tho business throno of the country. The came up the river and kit one ot its wrath of tho howling mob of yesterday deck hands here, John Green, who small-pox- . has been appeased and a sweet song was found to have the Green fell in with Klrkman, and they put into its mouth. The deathly sispent the day together in the saloons lence of tho factory and tho shop, the along Water street. Kirkman also result of maladministration and accompanied Green to the marine hosthreats of repudiation and a debased pital, where he left him. Green was currency has been broken by tho hum removed to the and Kltk- of the factory and the clang of the tnan has been running about the city shop. Soup houses and children cry ever since. ing for bread are no m.ro to be seen The period of incubation is from ten or hsard, but happy homos and beam- to thirteen days, according to Dr. ing faces instead. From ocean to Powers. Sometimes it is longer. ocean tho revivifying pulse ot induss Kirkman was taken sick just fourteen try beat. The extensive tueauB of days after he left Greeu. Whea the steamer Sunshine arrived transportation are insufficient to transport the products of the farm, of the in the local port Friday night Dr. factory, tho shop and the mines. Theso Oakley sent his Interne to the boat to are simple facts that every citizen of vaccinate the officers. After he had vaccinated the officers Capt. Dona this great country should ponder. Marr Insisted upon his vaccinating the entire crew, which was done. pla for tal-ou$200,-000,0pest-bous- e, pest-house pest-house JOTTED FEVEtt, its Ravages Have not Yet Been Checked. ANumborof Casos Roportod In Union County Sovaral Doaths In Hondorson. In Union county the following cases cf meningitis have occurred, and scarcely a day passes without reports of others reaching us, says the Sun. In the Highland creek bottoms above Hitesville a family by the name of Bruce have lost three members within the past ten days,two children and the father, the latter dying Saturday. Near Waverly last week a child of Mr. John Wolfin died with it, and Tuesday the babe of Mr Nace Fowler, living adjoining was reported down with the same malady. Friday last Mrs. Browder, living just above Unlonlown, Is said to have died of it; and Monday a tele phone message came that Mr. John Gatlin, of Sturgls, was stricken with It. Monday slso came the news from Corydon that Miss Rosa Daniels and Mr. John Cooper were victims of the dread scourge and not expected to survive. Two deaths from meningitis were reported yesterday, the infant sou of the late Mrs. Huldah Byron, who died with the same disease a few days ago, and the child of lilla Moore, colored, on Third and Green streets, says the Henderson Gleaner. Little Virginia Worsham.the bright d little daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. A. 1. Worsham, is very low with meningitis. The seventeen-year-ol- d son of John Jesse Baskett, who resides on the Green farm, Is also reported quite ill with meningitis. In the family of Mr. J. M. Bruce, near Waverly, there were two more deaths. Two children were carried away Friday alter a day's Illness of spinal meningitis, says the Gvansville Courier. They were William Selbert.aged twelve years, and the sevenyearold daughter of John Baker. Both families were residents of the country and the children were exposed in their walks to school. ld Wol-fin's, three-year-ol- that driving hall ol steel clad bullcts the whistling shell, the scream of mortal pain, the deep tone groan of anguish, At eleven o'clock the companies assembled, each in front of their quarters and to the music of the regimental band the twelve coinpan-- . ies, three battalions, formed in front of the Administration Building la "Column of Mosses." Opening address, J. G. Rlggs, Superintendent of Normal School. Unveiling by Mrs Lieutenant (?) Antolne Springer and wife of Lieut Peter Murray. Dedlcn Hon by Mr Walworth, closing by an eloquent tribute to the dead. "For them the last Reveille has been heard, taps have sounded, lights are out and they rest from their labors." Their swords are rust, Their bodies dust; Their souls are with their God, I trust. "But for us their cheerful obedience to orders, their unflinching bravety iu battle, and their hctoic service on the field of honor, will always be worthy of praise." A response of thanks and a few good words for the American soldier, "the men behind the guns," was given by William H. Boyle, Major, commanding the 21st Infantry. A lecture by Mr Hawkins closed the ceremonies. At the State Normal School appropriate exercises were held in the afternoon. Among many good essays and declarations, there wsie a tribute to Lincoln by a dusky son of Africa, and Keenans charge at Cbancellorsvillc, by George Parsons Lathrop, dedained by young Richard Hulett. Gxcuse lengthy letter, dear readers, and keep a warm spot in your hearts for one 'mid the catcus and palms or tbe spruce and the pines, ever remember the cheery (cherrle) trees of old t..waUiflni;W,.ii.iiftlMVC NrVcr fru'lng Black Dyes. Diamond Dyes Make Colors That Never Crock. Clotlrinc of All Kinds Enslly Dyorl nt Homo. 'Mich- - SRe Only v I ' 1 ight Way. (J) (8) three fit Uti blnck tint- - Ilia-mri- I)es ton i' ml hub for wniil. f'TCOt mixrd goods, nti1 h thirl for silk .mtl Irathers All if tins: dyes use nre f.pccilly jjtepmdor Hiid nte guaranteed to make colors that will nevrr lade or crock and that cannot be wulted out In strong Miapi ol the fast black have given them the laig-is- t sale of nil djes. Be sure to cet the Diamond It jou wih to color black, fur roi tlicrUyes iqiul thtm in tinipllc.ty f n- and fatness of c dor. Tltt- - reliaMlit Din-uon- d I))is The very best for the money the highest results of reading makers Is what you get In return for your money nt our stite. It is ouly what Is rightly vours it's the result your money should bring you in every purchase you make. We curry nil the risks for you, if you make our store YOUR s'.cie. It an item proves unworthy, we make it right with you at once, for its only on thin basis wc solicit jour itt. nnge. 1 (!) (J) ood M&reh -r y&kies. (1) ID (S) How It Hurtsl Rheum .tism, with iu sharp tu ii'ef aches and pains Do jou know the caitM? Acid in tin- - l! od has accu mulated in jeur joints, Thectueis found in Hood's SrMipaji!l.i which neutralizes this rid. Thou-ard- s write that they haw been completely cured of rhtiiuiatism by Hood's Sar saparilla, cure utuisen, sick head ache, biliousness, indigestion. Price P11I? t Tlie values we eff. r jou will give a keen zest to your Murch buying j ou'll feel that you can hardly lay in too large a supplj jou can afford to anticipate your needs. Sheeting, Unbleached and Bleached Domestic, Dress Goods of every description. d) peeied M&reh (J) Hood's cents. (learanee. our on n fault that we bought just a few too many of the items nc list jou It's out of our profits that the losses come, but we'll take the blame, and let you have the goods at such special clearance prices that you'll feel we're very much in earnest. Heavy Clothiug and Overcoats, Ladies and Gents Cashmere Hose, Woolen and Canton Underwear It's 25 CENTERTOWN, KY. (4) I, Sebree, Ky., Feb. 27 Mayor R. L Agnew, after an illness from meningitis of only fifty hours, died at his home in this city yesterday morning. He was one of the leading physicians of Western Kentucky and a popular man with all classes. ROS1NE, KY. Our meeting at Horse Branch closed last night "It was car rled on by Bros. Tunstall and Jenkins. Mrs. Bradley and son have gone to Louisville on a visit. Mrs. T. Olridge was paralyzed about a week ago, but she is some better at this writing. She Is Si years old. Farmers are making preparation tor burning plant beds, If the ground will ever get dry. Mr. A. Foster is expecting a visit from his relativest of Washington Feb. 28. FACTS. stockholders in the Louisville Dispatch Company, whose holdings aggregate 880.00, have filed suit to have the DUpalcli put in tho bauds of a receiver. We take no stock in the Gospel preached by the DUpalcli, but rcgnrd the proceeding, considering the small amount of stock held by the petitioners, as a senseless cflort to destroy the paper rather than au honest endeavor to avoid financial loss. Wm. McKinley wa fighting life's battles for glory, he might now retire from his labors with no fear of him who writes the history of the present generation for the future centuries. Not since the days of the martyred Lincoln hat American politics developed a statesman who was great and good and wise enough to know not to play the muter, but the mouthpiece of the people till William McKiuley took the sobered judgment of the peo- - Five Ik That a wave of prosperity is sweep ing the country from North to South The readers of this paper will caa not be disputed. Every report of tJ learn that there Is at least Dun aud of Bradstrcet tells of the one dreaded disease that science has marvelous growth of the business of been able to cure in all its stages and tho country and its wnuderiul prosper- that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure ity. Nearly every daily paper of the Is the only positive cure now known country tells of somo new business en to the medical fraternity. Catarrh terprise and many devute at least a belngaconbtltutlonal disease, requires column per week to 11 review ol busi- a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, actness. Business seems to take new life with ing directly upon the blood and muthe rising of each sun Not only aro cous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the dls new business enterprises being estabease, and giving the patient strength lished erery day, but commodities of by building up the constitution and every kind are selling for a price assisting nature in doing Its work, hitherto unknown, and furthermore The proprietors have so much faith In the products of the farm are in greatits curative powers, that they offer er dsmand now than they have been One Hundred Dollars for any case that in months, yea in years. Streams of It fails to cure. Send tor list of Testideposit are flowing to the banks for monials. Address, safe keeping from every class. P. T. Ciibnky & Co., Toledo, O, This is not au idle dream of pros Sold by Druggists, 75c. perity. That it is true you must ad Hull's Family Fills are the best. $100 Roward, $100, county. Wheat is looking awful bad in this patt of the county. Farmers say that the peach crop is all killed, but they are easy scared. , Mr. Haynes, Henderson, has been visiting his daughters, Mrs, Wilson and Mrs. Allen, Bro. Jenkins has organized a Sunday school at Horse Branch. Mr. Chester Foster is on the sick list this week. Mr, Claude Leach is no better at this writing. Mr. Warren Leach is contemplating opening a drug store at Horse Branch In a short time. terms. The measles are raging in this part 4 A party entitled to demand bond or security for cost shall be deemed B of the county. to have waived bis right to require such bond for the term, il a rule thereCVIIB A t'OLD IN ON'i; DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab for is not asked at least on the day lets. All druggists relund monev if preceding that set for trial; but il the It fails to cure. 25c. The genuine action be continued, such bond may be afterward required. has L. B, Q, on each tablet. tf 5 Rule to verify pleadings, to file exhibits or bills of particulars, will PLATTSBURG BARRACKS, not be awarded on a day a case is set NEW YORK. for trial except on terms, unless delay arose from reasonable excuse. Feb 23 From the snows of the 6 Motion to strike out, to parAdirondacks, your scribe Bends greet- agraph, to elect or to make pleading ings and best wishes to your paper certain, will be governed us to time of making and hearing by Rule 2. and its many readers. the Court 7 Action submitted Yesterday Flattsburg did much to or Gqulty) without oral bring to memory our Warrior and (either Law for n preliminary ruling, argument, Statesman, Washington, our States- or final hearing shall he accompained man and Martyr, Lincoln. by brief, or an end irsetuent must be The day was opened by a fitting made on the papers, denoting the and generous tribute to some more nature of the submission. A copy. Attest; recent heroes and martyrs to the cause S. A. Andkrson, C. 0 C. C. of Liberty and Humanity. m u Life Infuiuiice Is a good thing, but At the suggestion of Dr. D. S. Kel-lo(President,) the Plattsburg Insti- health insurance, by keeping the pure with Hood's Sarsnparilla, tute, yesterday morning placed a blood better. is still marble tablet, embedded in the brick wall at the entrance to the AdminisEditor Llkons Has a Fight. tration Building, Beaver Dam Feb 24 A row occur Kngraved in black and white ground as follows: "Greeted in honor ot those red in thtfileaner office herelastnlitht While rUnnlng oil the weekly papers men of the 21st United States Infantry who fell at Santiago de Cuba, July, GditorW. M, Lie inn became Involved in a quarrel with Cyrus Sampson, one 1898. "Company A, William Davis, Fred of his pri'iters, which resulted In a Simpson's face Welsheit, Michael O'Mealley, Otto general fiticufT. wab badly biulsnl find one eye blackDerr; Company C, Robeit McClatch ey; Company D, Joseph Murphy; ened, wlii'e LikinssufVred u dislocatCompany G Gdward Ploude; Com ed finger j int. They were separated panv F, Benjamin F, Bollngi Com- by the foreman of the office. pany II, Albert Thompklnson, Joseph We have just received a catloadjif May, by the Flattsburg Institute Feb- Plows, Harrows, Cultivators ar3 ruary 22, 1899." Drills of the best make to lie had anil The tablet was fittingly veiled by are prepared to save) 011 money on machinery Cull and tite the regimental colors which were in all kinds of buying Aprnti lor Mo us before the battle before Santiago, A bullet Cormick's, the King f harvesting hole through the 'silken flag remind machinery, ed the "Boys In Blue" assembled, of Jlr.Nuv I'ir.LD & 3on, Feb. 28. We are on a boom, in the way of selling homes. John M. Outer has sold his home on South Church street, to Frank Rosa and bought the residence of J, M. Bronn, on the corner of Main and Only A Regular. Kentucky. North Church street. Mr. Brown Public school, district No. A, closed talks of going South. I Foster, Jr., Ins sold a lot on the on the 22d Inst., after a very successful term of five months, in which both Ceralvo road in the town limits to Dr. patrons and pupils seemed to take Chapman. A very successful protracted meets great interest. The general average attendance for the term being 64 V ing is in progress at Central Grove per cent. The following is the aver church, conducted by Revs. Danks age standing of the school by grnde? : and Maddox. Bro. Josh Miller will r reach here First grade 90 ; second 89 ; third 92 ; fourth 93 ; fifth 96 General deport- the second Sunday night of each ment 90. The school house Is in a month. Dr Coflman, of Sacramento, is in deplorable condition, which had much town on business, he nnd I. Foster, to do in preventing a better attendance at school. Jr , went to Hartford Saturday. Mr. Jake Warden who has been sick S M Taylor. Principal. Miss Mallie Alexander, of Hop- - for quite a while is better. Wife of Dr. B. F.licatnor, after a kinsvllle, Ky., Assistant. illnc-- s is able to be out sgain. II el rrcsrrlitloii fur Chills The Little Mertie Ashby Was thought to and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-lesbe better Saturday Never fails to cure; Chill Tonic. Mr. Rice and dauzhter, of Mo., are then why experiment with vorthless on a visit to their relative sand friends Price, 50c imitations? in and about town. Rules of Practice as Adoptod T. II. Benton went to South on last Saturday on business. by tho Ohio Circuit Court. Mr. Petty, ol Fordsvllle, was in required to complete town 1. Parties are last week on business. issues on or before the day preceding Mr. Frank May, wife and son, alter that on which the case may be set lor trial If not so completed. and the fail an extended visit to relatives and ure without excuse or leave granted friends in Pleasant Ridge have returnthe party not in fault may elect to con ed home. tinue for the term at the cost of his Mr. Jo Dexter, of near town, is readversary, or thecoutt may postpone the action to another day in the same ported as being in a dangerous conditerm; but the party not In fiult on tion. the first day may on such future day Mrs. Fena Rowe his about recovers elect to continue at the cost ot his ed from her recent Illness. adversary. Rev. T. M. Morton is engaged In a 2. Where a demurrer to a pleading is filed, the party demurring must at protracted meeting at Island, Ky. Why don't you come on with your the tine of filing, or in the next mo tion hour next thereafter, move lor railroad? We want to come to town, a trial or submission thereof, and it but cannot conveniently make it he fail to do so, the pendency of such demurrer shall be no excuse for his through the deep mud. Let us have it soou. delay In pleading, Give us macadamized roads, free 3 exceptions to depositions must be filed, and hearing thereof moved school books, R. C. Jarnagin ns Repfor, as early as the motion hour of resentative and C. M Burnett for the day preceding that set for trial, if Suit. such deposition be then on file. Mo Governor. tlon to transfer cases to the Equity docket must be made within the same time.unless the ground of motion has not then appeared If parties are in default, said exception and motions will only be allowed alterwatd on s Car-rollt- and Flannels. Keep with our store through March, 1899. It's a grow ing store, and the low prices we name will make your shopping profitable and pleasant. r 0) (I) (i ' (D Strictly Reliable. This Is an important feature in your clothing buying for the New Year secu e a strictly reliable make. To be rightly and becomingly dressed to secure suits that bear the Impress of the skilled tailor have them made by a house with a record. If you make it the Iidward Rose & Co. make, you'll secure perfect satisfaction. ( it i V i f i .2 (Jarson JSg'6s'S ' - & (Jo. (5) 3gs.vj$i!,s$$JJ V.J "l VSR Xi vv & W f i kWiHawtawiiT, LM - LUTg -- iti mil IRaANiN- U- - Wc come In hnste.not souuich on ac- of a pressing eiiKaemeut with as irom the tact mat we Had no ctchcr on behind. Now that we nre here let us remind you of the fact ". - that Eft N 3k in THE0. E. RECHTIN Has on hand at the present time, the best assortment of lumbersthatcau be found anywhere While we think of it, let us give you a few pointers on He buys in large quantities aud in that way can get the very lowest price. We do not want to make it all and wc nre willing to divide with you. We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, etc., For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house pattern. Dealer iu all kinds of Building Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, Kvansville, Ind, Agc-n- t for the lleil l'nlrnt Ntml lor Cittnloa-ti-- THEO. E. RECHTIN. THEO- - 3E3. RECHTIN, tiling I Every cough makes your throat more raw and irritable. Cvery cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs. Ceasetearing your throat and lungs in this way. Put the parts at rest and give them n chance to heal. You will need some help to do this, and you will find it in NOTICE for the Benefit of the PIIRI Cyclone at Barrett's Ferry, Ky., ffl f Aip Cherry Pectoral From the first dose the quiet and rest begin: the tickling in the throat ceases; the spasm weakens; the cough disappears. Do not wait for g, Has rushed in on G. B. Miles' Kntlre Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries and Gents Furnishing Goods nnd has Blown the Prices Down Below Zero. I have enlarged and tepaircd my house nnd am now In better position to give my customers bargains than I have ever been since I have been in business. I began business 2)i years ago with a 6150.00 stock. I have increased to $1,500 00 and owe the praise of same to my customers. When I first berjan I sold at 25 and 50 per cent, profit. I went on that way some time and reduced my profits to 15 and 35 per cent, nnd then reduced to 12 per cent, and have gained sufficient trade by each trans action to make more money by the latter and now I propose to reduce my profits again to 8 per cent. This looks small and some will say that I can't do this nor won't do It, but I will show my bills and do what I say and will also explain why I can do it. FIRST Bear in mind that I Ret salary enough from the railroad corns pany as ocent for them and from the postoflice to pay all ray family expenses aud rent. SP.COND By this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can dls- -' count ray bills aud the discount will pay the freight on my goods and put them In the shelves. THIRD My receipts now nre J400 00 a month nnd at I2 per cent. I make clear $50.00 a month and now it lean get my trade douoled and my fceipt8 run $800 00 a month, you see I will clear at 8 per cent., $64.00 and save my customers money and make 14,00 more myself, So you see I can do what I propose. I will pay the Highest Frlces for Produce at all times and want 10,000 ties by the first of July, tor which I will pay 21c and 25c, one half cash and balance lu trade on delivery or 20c and 24? csti on delivery. (2onsultYourMin5AND pneumonia and consumption but cut short your cold without delay. Dr. Aycrs Cherry Pectoral Plaster should be over the lungs of every person troubled with a cough. And come and price my goods before buyltig and I will show you that you can save( money and get the Best Goods that you ever bought lor the money. I have the nicest line of Shoes aud Hats that ever has been brought to Barrett's Ferry, and at prices that will make them fit neat and nice. Calicoes that will soon be out ot season must go at 3c a yard and values in everything that I carry. 2olbj No 7 sugar for $1.00 Arbuckle cifhe at lie. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuance ol same, I am, yours always ready to please, aeh Other These Prices Begin February ao, Gr. IB.continue balance ol year. MILES. ' 1899 nnd the Write to the Doctor. Ttnumil ornorlonltlei and Icdi-perlin- c tiuln.iitly quAltfy n. fur Well cItIiir Ton meillctl fr'.ly til ' lutltlculir. In Tour Nil. Tell ui whf jmir vxparfunce Iim Imq with our (.lurry Too will rK.ln rironnt rilj , without e"' Adut.M, DIU J. a. ATKB. JI. 1 Low.lt, Ilia Is absolutely necessary to the young man ox young woman who would win1' success in life. This being conceded, it Is of first importance to get your training at mecnooi war. sianus iu tue very iront rank. & Stratton Sasiness Polleae, She Bryant OUlVIM.t:, KUMTUCKY. I DOOK.KURl'INO, ) Seven experienced t'xehers each one n specialist in SHORTHAND, his line. Graduates ol this college ptelemd by busN J houses, I'KLEGRAIMIY, Write lor neiutiiul b.x V giving tea Unionists Irom enduites occupying prominent positHut: nil ivr the United StHtea it will oe mailed to J ou FKKIJ 23 A Business 1 ne-s- s daeeilion hagjj' fe .' 'M i.'rf fS-- 1 h - mvi.',,rnN,i - .. new,. ...--. ., j..A-.,f- a- ,- - -- nTre.. .. -- sJL Hon. R. C. Jirnaeln, Beaver Dam, It's a ten pound boy. The little visitor made his appearance on February 26th. Mother and babe arc doing well. Is nil smiles. i IC PRICES GO DOWN! "Pride Goeth Before a Fall." Yon can't loose anything if you call at Some proud people think they have strong constituFair & Co's and look over the big stock and tions, and ridicule the idea extraordinarily low prices offered by them. of disease. Such people neglect their health, let the They must soon move to their new quar- blood run down, and their ters. Don't want to move the goods, hence stomach, kidneys and liver become deranged. we put cut prices in every department. Don't be foolish about your health' 15c for Turkey Red Table I.inen, worth 20c. , ioc for Good Cotton Jeans, worth 15 Field & Son have secured nn extra (table nml now have n tuple roum to accommodate all their customers. The politest attention and the best ol feed lor your horses. Royal V kovu tAxma PQwoMCO , in T n'Ti n r aV. c :riS50WTEIvta)RE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome mw vokk. Baking Powder HELP WANTED TO REDUCEOUR WINTER STOCK cents. 5c for Good Shirtings, worth 7c. 5c for Dcst Apron Ginghams, worth 6 cents. 6c lor Good Dress Ginghams, worth 8 cents. Good 36 Inch Bleach, no starch, 5c White Carpet Warp 15c. Colored Carpet Warp i6ic. Good Drown Cotton, by bolt, 4C Good Linen Crash, 5c. Good Towels, roc a pair. Bed Tick 36 Inch 7c. Good Feather Tick, 15c. Men's Heavy Socks, 5c. Indies' Fleeced hose loc.wirth 15c. Dozen Ladles' Seamless 20c hosr two pairs for 25c. "Black Cat" stockings for Boys and Girls, 25c. Men's Suspenders ioc. Gent's Ties ioc to 25c. Men's Linen Collars ioc. Gent's underwear 50c suit, worth 75. Men's Wool Hats 25c. Remnant line Overcoats, less than cost. Men'b Suits $2.50, worth $4.00. Men's Good Boots, now $1.20, worth i 75. Men's Shirts, big line, 50c none less than 75c. Men's Heavy Shoes, $(.00. Men's Fine Shoes, $t.oo. Ladles' Grain, button or lace, shoes $1.00. Co The news has reached us of the wile of Mr J L Kltuore falling, In the fire and burning herself severely, but we hope not seriously. She was improving slowly nt last report. Mr. C. C Weddlnc's boarding house. 6u id street. Louisville, is the Uso Hood's Sursapnrilla and you will capital place for Ohio county people prevent the fall and snvo your pndo. to stop while in the city, licst $1.00 boy per day house in the city. 8crofulOUS Hip Dl8Ca80-"scrofulous hip disease from a Wllllo had Schroder, the leading Green river Months at baby. Abscesses developed. the hospital, with best treatment, did no Photographer, Is now at Hartford, His Photo good. They said he would never walk Call and see his work, again. He was helpless and wasted away Buttons are the fad of the day, also to nothing but itkln and bone. Hood's his Photos are finer than ever. Sarsaparllla had helped me, and I gave It to him. Imagine my delight at a wonderWANTED Three rrood firsSclass ful change. Abseeises all healed, crutches agents to canvas and solicit orders for thrown away. Ho Is now tall and stout, perfectly well and the tlunks aro all duo enlarging portraits at Schroeter's to Hood's Sarsaparllla. Other mothers with Floating Studio. Call on or address crippled children should know this." MRS. at once, II. O. Schroeter, Hartford, Kmma V. Dcrr, Walpole, Mass. My We haven lot of ladles Button Shoes, former price $3.00 and $3 75, to close nt the uniform price of $2 00. Also ladles Clover Leaf shoes, former price $2 00 to $2 25, will close at $1.50. Ask to see them. Causom & Co. We have recently gone to considerable expense to enlarge and otherwise improve the character of this paper and hope our subscribers who owe us on subscription will show their appreciation of our efforts to give them a better paper by promptly paying up. Mr. II P. Taylor, who has been attending the bedside his sister, Miss Mary Taylor, who has been in ill health for some time, and now at a health resort at Castile, New York, returned Wednesday. Mr. Taylor marked improvement In his sister's health. The people of Ohio and adjoining counties will be glad to learn that the Ohio County Fair Company is arranging for the best fair this season ever held in the county. Everything is promising now. Times are bidding fair, business of every nature in the county is growing better, farmers are prosperous and will only be too glad of an opportunity of attending an excellent fair and of meeting and asso elating with old friends. Work will begin on the track and grounds as soon as spring opens. Early in April a Mr. Smith, Glenville, Ky., a proles, sional horse trainer, will begin training his stock for the season. ts Nervousness-- " I was west, nerTons and very delicate, staggered In attempting to walk. Hood's Sarsaparllla and Hood's Pills made me well. I feel like, another trson." Mas. Lizzie Sherbirt, Conduit Street, Ext., Annapolis, Md. Dyspepsia-- " We all use Hood's Sarsaand parllla. It cured my brother-in-lamyself of dyspepsia. I owe my life to It." Philadelphia. M. H. Kihi, Cu7 Franklin St., Willie Moore and James Sandsrfur have purchased the grocery business of Pate Bros. Willie and Jim are excellent young men and should have a liberal patronage in their new Ky. Messrs. 28 February, 1890, it appearing that a petition signed by 0. I. Whittingbill, M. L. fcihreve, J. II. Mason, T. J. Whittingbill, C. II. Walker, J. W. Miles, T. II. Miles, E.T. Pate, 0. S. Moxley and others, was filed with the County Judgo, at tho last regular December term of thu court, asking that a Graded Common School District be organized, with its boundaries as follows, viz: Beginning at . T, Pate's to include him ; thenco to S. II. Phillip's to include him; thenco to J. R. Harder's to exclude him; theace to J. II. Pollard's to include him; thence to E'isha Webster's to include him ; thence to James Webster e to exclude him; thence to William It. Cheek's to include him ; thence to H. V. Lloyd's to include him ; thence to R. T. Miller's to include him; thence to U. r. .Lewis to exclude him; thence it; thence to G. M. Dowcll to include him; thonce to the beginning, and that the site for the school. boute oi said proposed District be the Whit tingbill echool-houa- o lot, which site is certified to be not exceeding two and f miles from any part of the boundary of thoeaid proposed district; and it appearing also that eaid petilegal voters tioners are and residents of the proposed Graded Common School District and of the Fordsville Justice District of this county; and it further appearing that tne uouDty (superintendent has en dorsed on said petititn, his approval of same; and that a majority of the one-hal- Before Spring Opens and Spring Styles Blossom I 80, if there is anything in our stock that you want to save money ou.uow is tho time to buy. Tho Biggest Discounts ever recorded is now taken off of our entire stock and this year we have dono the unprecedented thing of reducing values where goods are the most salable. Do you appreciate this to the extent of a purchase? There is no time to stop and think. Act NOW. Don't let your neighbor get tho cream of the bargains when you can get goods at such low figures. Good calicoes from 3c to 5c. Nice dress and apron checked ginghams for 4c. Yard wide bleach cotton ("no lime in it) at - lie Nice plaid cottons at 4c. Good heavy domestic at 4Jc. Nice 10.4- sheeting at 18c. Turkey red table linen, 16c. Plaid table linen, 35c. White table linen from 25c to 75c. Good heavy shirting cottons at 7c. Bed ticking 15c, (guaranteed to hold feathers). We cau't mention every article in our Staple Dc partment, but there are bargains in it for you. Now a word in regard to our jo the Wesley Cooper farm to exclude TUBE HE VALUES TUT MICE Prices that will make merchandise move. There's real worth in offerings like these for hard cash. 1 1 . A Here are . honest goods, full value, with even an honest profit frozen out of them. DOES IT PAY TO SELL GOODS WITHOUT PROFIT? Yes, it does when we are going to move. Don't want to handle a dollar's worth more than possible. X If it docs, investigate. w ;GOOS, YOI3 AIK- Visit us at once and we guarantee our prices below any baited prices than may be given you. Truly, Jet -- ..1.3 Sz wO- - ill Jll lilBll first-clas- Alter a hard winter, the "Seed Line" draws on apace. The Goose-Bon- e and all the old signs augurs a good crop year. The time for seeds, fertilizers,plows,&c, &c, is at hand. We are headquarters for fo new RECLEANED Clover, Timothy, Bed Top, Orchard and Blue Grass. Homestead Fertilizer for Tobacco plant beds, Gardens, &c. Horse Shoe Brand for oats, clover, corn, &c. These goods are TIME-TRIED- , no experiment. A good Tobacco Crop this year will insure a home market. Give this crop special attention. Premiums will be awarded for best .sample. Give us an early call. Our "Closing-ou- t Backet" will interest you. Bring Corn, Pork, Hams, Chickens, Eggs, &c. Best prices paid. Carson & Co's. Oscar Berry, one of Ohio county's Leave your btock with Likens & best young colored men, left the 27th tt Ross when in Hartford. of Febtuary for Central Tennessee Miss Mabel Duke, Narrows, is vis- College, Nashville, Tenn. Many of the colored boys should follow Oscar's iting in town this week. example for their self improvement. Mr. M. L Heavrln was ia Louis All the laboring classes of Hartford vlllethe first of the week. ind vicinity are invited to meet at the of all kinds, court-houFarming implements to morrow night, at 7 for sale by Henry Field & Son. o'clock for the purpose of organizing a laboring union. R. R. Wedding Tobacco cotton ic per yard. and others will address the meeting. Carson & Co. Last week it was announced that the Attorney 15. P. Neal went to Roch- funeral of Rev. G. J. Bean's wife ester Saturday ou legal business. would be preached at Goshen by Rev. Mr. T. R. Bishop, Centcrtown, Pate. We were misinformed and are authorized to announce that the time made us a pleasant call yesterday. of the funeral has not been determinMessrs. Mack Smith and J. W. ed. Hale, Fordsville, Were in town Tues Mr. Randall Collins left for Cincinday. nati, Boston and New York, Tuesday, Likens & Ross will give your stock where be goes to purchase a mam especial attention when you come to moth stock of goods. Mr. Collins will tf open up a large dry goods business in coort. the house now occupied by Fair & Mrs. M. S. Ragland Is visiting htr in Co. daughter, Mrs, R. L. Cauon, at Ro Mr. William Cook, Arnold. Ky., sine, this week. while returning from church Sunday on night fell from his horse and friends For fresh bread at all hours, call Wecker & Bonhomme, Pioprietors who ran to his rescue found him un tf conscious and death resulted inline City Bakery, Haittord, Ky. Miss Annie Bennett, ot No Creek dlately tar Cook was in apparent supposed to vicinity, is the guest of her slbter, good health and death is failure. have resulted from heart Mrs. C. M. Barnett, this week. Dr, Isaac Foster while walking in A lew Mcintosh coats to close at orchard in which he keeps $i.25and$2 50, former price Ji 75 and bis deer, recently met with an his time Cabson & Co. ft 00. welcome at Billie's reception, Senator William Goebcl. candidate the deer knocked him down, tore his for the Democratic nomination for clothing and bruised him up considerably, however not seriously. We s Governor, will speak here Monday. should not be surprised to learn that Mr. Will Rrown and Miss Ethel the doctor is living on venizon nowan were married yesterday Bennett day. at the residence of S. 13. Duke., , The Hopkinsville Steam Laundry We have reduced the pf ice of coal nt uses the "Doz it" machine to move to 3c. the rough edges of! of collars. the Dr. Miller bank from W. A. MIU.EK ic Bro. 36 se enterprise. While attending court next week do not fall to call on us and examine our SaUaf(Vil Cue line of stationery, consisting of letter heads, envelopes, cards, and everything else to be found in a first-claHood' Hill cure liter till, the non trrlUUnir and printing office. ontf cathartic to UVe with llood'a 8iriptlll. W. H. Tinsley has been appointed deputy sherlfi under Sheriff Stevens. Mr. Tinsley is a hustling and an energetic young man and his appoint FRIDAY, MARCH 3. nient meets the hearty approval of the people of his bailiwick. Circuit Court begins here Monday. The Hartfoid and Fordsville TeleMrs. Emily Black has been granted phone line has been completed and a pension. Fordsville Is within talking distance folks Spring ginghams 5c to 12,'i'cat Car-ss- ol the County Seat, and Hartford one ot are within talking distance of & Co's. the best towns in Kentucky. Weld's 'bus meets all trains at OHIe Bcatty, a young man about 25 Beaver Dam. years old, was arrested at Askin last A uew lot ol Umbrellas, 50c to $s Saturday by Deputy U. S. Marshal Blanford and Secret Service Agent at Carson & Co's. Frank S. Cairns, charged with counttNewTercals for early spring waists terfeiting and taken to Owensboro. NOTION DEPARTMENT. You can buy a good pair of ladies' black hose for 5c. A good corset from 35o to 50c. A nice pair of gloves from 10c to 50c. Nice pair of ladies' kid gloves in black, tan and green for 81.00. We have a small lot of ladies' and gentlemen's heavy underwear, which we will close out at half prico. Also a nice line of percal shirts which will go at half price. We aio not blowing, but wo will save you money on your Boots and Shoes. Good pair of men's boots for 81.20 only a few pairs left. Boys' boots, sizes 12 to 2, for $1.00. Five pairs boys' boots, sizes 3 toJ, for $1.05. Ladies' heavy button and lace shoes 31.00. A few pairs of ladies' medium weight shoes, sizes 3, 3 and 4, to close out at 75c. ifGpdS ss Hartford Republican. J LITERARY AND SOCIAL EVENTS. - n f HISS AT11E AUSTIN, Cdltor. ( f A few of Miss Griffin's friends called Tuesday evening. Singing was the feature of the evening. Miss Griffin entertains the "Entrc Nous" this evening. All the members are earnestly requested to be present. Miss The Haitford GUI's Club met with Grace Hudson last meeting. The program was carried out nicely and great fun was enjoyed after the literary work. They meet alternoon with Miss Mary Keown. A few of Miss Annie Fogle's friends gave her a little surprise last Monday night by going in and taking their seats while she was very greatly in terested in her music at the piano. Music was furnished by Miss Fogle and Mr. Sutphin, also Messrs. Griffin and Sutphin. , with Mrs. The Woman's J. H. B. Carson. Owing to the rainy ufternoon only a quorum was present. They dispensed with all business, but as most of the absent members were on program, they will tender the program as was intended for last meeting. MissSallye Cate, one of their members, who has been away for several months, is at home again and will add much to this club. Miss Mary Taylor, another efficient member who is now in Castile, N. Y , has been quite ill. We are glad to hear she is much improved. The club meets to morrow afternoon with Mrs. E. B. Peudleton. Since going to press we have learned that a young Mr. Woerner was dangerously hurt at a stave factory near Jingo. V met Club .trustees ot each Uommon (school JJib within said proposed Graded Common School District in whole or in part, navo en dorsed their annroval on said netition. as provided bylaw; and thecourt being sufficiently advised, it is ordered and adjudged that 8. T. Stevens, tho Sheriff of Ohio connty be, and is hereby, directed to cause a poll to be opened and an election to be held at the Whittinghill school-houson the 25th day of March, 1899, the same being forty days or more after the entry oi this order, for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters residing within the boundary of the said roposed Graded Common School tislrict, where there shall be levied and collected an annual tax of fifty cents ou each one hundred dollars oi property value therein, subject to State and county taxation, owned by white persons, and one dollar and fifty cents of poll tax on each white male inhabitant of said proposed Graded Common School District over 21 years of age, for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a Graded Common School therein as provided in sections 100 to 160 of the Common bebool Law. The officers of said election will also cause the legal voters ot said proposed Graded Common School District to vote for six persons to be Trustees of same, in case eaid tax shall be approved. Tho officers of said election will make return, in due form, ol the result of same, at tho earliest day practicable. A Copy. Attest: M. S. RAGLAND, Clerk of the Ohio County Court. February 27th, 1899. trict that will be embraced Clothing Department. We have only a few more overcoats left and they must be sold. We will sell you n 85 ono for 82.50, a $3 one lor 82, a $2.50 one for 81.50. Don't wait and have to pay more for them next winter. In order to make room tor our Spring Stock of Boys' and Men's Clothing, we are selling the remnant stock of suits at half price. Don't put oil" buying, but come at once and get So thanking you for past favors and hoping to do more busitheeo bargains. ness with you in the future, wo are YOURS RRSPRGTPULLY T- - El. E'OO-ZLi- E & CO. g SSfDon't forget to bring us your Eggs and Feathers. rvic'nftcvfiiirvrc?c'rprYr"-0 I ,.li the.. "1 4J 1 The Smith Premier Typewriter Economical Writing Machine, of simple pjrls, II Is the most darjbU midline mide. t&Btr Mis rt reduced to the minimum. It tsthe Best Ythie Writer. Ask for Art Cxliloguel The y 5 tnj SI 412 rfk Constructed on scientific principles Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky 4 CLOSING OUT SALE! -- . tjBB- - aftet-noo- 3c Prof. J. W. Lytle and wife, of Owensboro, were visiting relatives in Hartford the latter part o( last week. HOCKER & CO. Rf CROMWELL, KY. Rev. L H. Richardson failed to fill his tegular appointment here on account of the cold weather. Mr. W N. Martin, who has been alck (or the past week, is some better at this writing. Mr. Joe Dupolature says he is tired ot batching and says he is going to take Miss Hannah Leach in to pour PlfcO ft '. 4. Ills coffee, Mr. R. P Sarles Is going to move to our town the 10th of this month Mr. Cuarlle Moore, who has been to the war. returned home ba turd ay. Mrs. Berry, from Texas, is visiting her brother. Dr. I ay lor, Mr. G. V. Jones, who left last September on a wild goose chase, has re turned home. Miss Ivy Leach was eating honey last Thursday morning and got a bee sting on Iter tongue and it swelled so it came almost choking her to death, but is about well now. Mr. C. C. Borah is going to start to Evansvllle next Monday with a raft of logs. Mr, W.V. Rains, the barber, of this place, (s going to move to Render Mines. Mr. Bud Gentry und Mr. George A small lot of men's boots to close at $1.25, $1,50 and $2.00, former price $1.50, $2.00 and $2,50 at Carson & Co's. The "goodies" that Wecker and Bonhomme ate making are just simply grand, To see them makes one hungry. Commonwealth Attorney J. Edwin Rowe was fined $5.00 in the Owensboro Police Court last week the same . old charge, Farmers, while you are in town Monday you will do well to examine Likens and Iter's fine line of saddles and harness. R. C. Sutphin, Jeweler, will repair vour watches, clocks, etc,, in first- class order and guarantee them to give satisfaction. Don't fail to read our Matanzas,Cu-ba- , letter on the first page of this is sue. This is one of the many good Dennis, of Render Mines, made us a features ot the Rei'UIimcan. pleasant call Sunday. For the very best tonsofial work, Miss Tina Wilson, who has been sick call on Bullington, the barber. He for some time, is improving slowly. has elegant quarters, the best of tools, The Sunday School at this place is and will fix you up in style. tf progressing nicely. Griffin" & Bro., Miss Ella Cope, of Select, is visiting Call on Z.Wayne her sister, Mrs Hocker when you desire to get the very best, Dr R P. Wall is very sick at this up to date, kitchen garden seed, of writing. 32 the celebrated Bulst's brand. Miss Ivy and Ellzibeth Tllford have Mrs. Charles Wilson, who had been gone toCurdsville to visit their sister, visiting her cousin, Mrs. G. T. Wes W. & H. Mrs. Mlttie Whalen terfield, for several days, returnedto her home at Render Wednesday morn, Marrlago Llconeo. ing. Mrs Elizibeth Nicely, of near Bus Geo. Deno,25, McIIenry, to Martha ford, is reported dangerously ill oi la 16, Echols, Maddox, grippe. Mrs. Amanda Nance was Frank Catter, 29, Grayson county, called to her bedside yesterday afterto Lou Byers, 19, White Run, J. F. Cooper, 24, E:hols, to Myrtle noon. Baker, Echols. Mr. Geo. T. Ryan, who had been John D. Miles, 34, Fordsville, to the guest of his daughter, Mrs. B. D. Minnie Carder, 20, Sbreve. Rlngo, for several days, returned to B, F, Allen, 22, Narrows, to Linda his home in Logan county Wednesday Ulacklobk, 19, Narrows morning, Gilbert Sharp, 23, Pleasant Ridge, Messrs, C. C. Taylor, Echols: J. D. to Eliza Chapman, 18, Westerfield Clyde E. Rowe, 24, Hamilton, to Hocker, Beaver Dam ; L, B. Louey, McIIenry. and C. I). Bean, Olaton, Mary Lauder, 20, Hamilton. Jno, W. Peckenpaugh, 30, Fords- were pleasant callers ot this office ville, lo VIrgie Head, 18, Fordsville. Wednesday. Help... Nature I Babies and children need proper food, rarely ever medi-- 1 cine. If they do not thrive on tneir 100a someming is wrong. They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working properly. WITHHYPOPHOSPtilTES or LINES, SODA COD LIVER OIL will generally correct this 4 difficulty. h If you will put from to half a teaspoonful In baby's bottle three or four f times a day you will soon see I one-fourt- a marked improvement., for larger children, from half to a teaspoonful, according to atfe, dissolved In their milk, If you so desire, will very soon show its great nourish f Ing power. If the mother s milk does not nourish the baby, she needs the emulsion. U will show an effect at once both upon momer and child. SC0TT4B0WNE,ChroUu,NwYwk. -- Notice is hereby given that in obedience to tho above order of the COLLEGE NOTES. County Court of Ohio county, I will hold an election at the time' and place Monday morning Misses Lora and indicated, from 7 o'clock a. m. till 1 Flora Riley entered school. o'clock p. m., for the purposes set out Mr. Y. L. Mosely, who moved to in the said order. Those who may town to enter school, matriculated vote, are all white males over twenty-on- e Tuesday afternoon. years old, who have been resiMiss Reynolds, of Livermore, will dents of the proposed Graded Comenter school this week. Tuesday morning the College Chap- mon School District for GO days, and el was crowded with visitors who in the county for six mouths, and in came to attend the "Little Folks Ex- the State one year, preceding the day ercises." After the regular exercises of said election. which were conducted by Prof. Mor S. T. STEVENS, ton, Anna Eliza Keown and Isabelle Hherifi Ohio County. Fair sang a duet, and although they This, the 25 day of February,1899. are children of the Primary Department, they sang in a manner that After the Grip..-Wha- t? acredit to older persons. After this wng all those present enjoyed the,ex-cellemusic rendered by Miss Annie You thought you had the best of Fogle and Mr. R. C. Sutphin. After the grip and you determined to wear hearing them play together once it is oil; but somehow it does not wear but natural that we would like very it much to have them with us again. off asyou expected. You pass restless, Among the visitors present were Mrs. sleepless nights and get up lu the Rowan Holbrook, Mr. and Mrs. T. II, morning feeling more exhausted than Black, Mrs. Marvin Bean, Mrs. J. A. when you retired. You are irritable Wedding, Misses Edna Griffin, Etta no appetite for Thomas, Bessie Morton, Jessie Smith, and nervoua and have Her, Mary Smith, Mrs. Pate, your food. You fo about in a listless, Nola Misses Tanner, Ella Herring, Judge halfhearted sort of way, and everyMiller, Supt. Rogers, Messrs. A. C. thing you undertake to do seems to Taylor, R. D. Walker and S. K. Cox, go wrong. Do you know that you are x- Jr. on the verge of nervous prostration? You need help; and you need it more OHIO COUNTY COURT, now than you did when the grip was O. T. Whittingbill, &c, ) at its worst. Order. vs. Dr. Miles' Nervine is the best medi Petition for Graded School. ) you can get to build up your At a regular terra of the Ohio else County Court, held on the 5th day ot shattered nerves and restore your December, 1898, at tho Court House wasting strength. It Invariably iniu Hartford, Ky., the potition signed sures sound sleep and gives the over aud legal strung nerves their natural rest. It by ten citizens, voters of Ohio county, was filed in makes the appetite keen, facilitates open court, asking that au election bo the digestion, gives the healthful viheld for the purpose of taking the sense nervous, and restores of the legal voters within ceitalu tality to the set out therein, as to health. boundaries I was nervous, restless, irritable whether a Graded Common School District shall bo established, which and altogether out of sorts. It was petition was filed ot record, and hav- impossible to get my natural sleep ing laid over for more than one month and I became so weak and exhausted for exceptions and no exceptions bethat I could not leave my bed. Finaling filed to same. This cause coming regular term ly I commenced taking Dr. Miles' on again for hearing at a of this court, held ou the lith day of Nervine and I began to Improve from the first dose. Iu a short time my health was completely restored." tax-paye- iL. been moved to the RED FRONT, ibices: 8z CO Has having recently died: The entire Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Gents Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, &c., &c., of where they will be sold at and below cost to close out and settle up the business, the senior member of the firm Call and Get a Bargain For these goods must and will be Sold Regardless of Prices A. BACH & CO., HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. We do not believe In parrying oods Over For another season. First We have three reasons for not wishing to do so. Second Goods do We need the room for our spring stock. Third T.7e not Improve with age. can use the money inveated in we will them to a better advantage. Therefore CLOSE 0DT AT COST The following lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, WinterJBooU This ia no catch. and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods. mean business. Wt Come, examine and see foryousclves, S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. Court, IKoo.D.T.Brewef, Justice of U.S. Supreme t lUnJ- 1 IMo all m the out) uri 1 I.INTERNATIONAL anlIt authority. thociuo with whlita the cyo Hilda tho exuli In mvurury of deSnltluni In olio t. worJ iouilitt DICTIONARY Ive metbcxli of Indkatlnx prouiuiclatlon 1 In trrw d in and comrohoiulvo ttiitcmcnU u( licU practical uso u a working- dictionary. . " " ni'Wro'. Speelmen V" 8, A. . U. C MerUm Co., rWutwt, SpritMI.X"'-.- Is often a warning that the liver la Moro serious torpid or Inactive. troubles mar follow. For a prompt, elllclent curs of Ueadacbu and all liver troubles, take While thej rouiw tba liver, rcitoro full, regular action ot tho bowels, they do nut gripe or pain, do not Irritate or Inflame the Internal organs, but bare a positive tonlo effect. 3Sc at all druggliti or b majl or C. 2. Hood t Co., Lowell, Man. HeailaGhe Mrs. Dow Huaglk, Sing Sing, N. Y. A trial package of Dr, Miles' favorite treatment for the grip, consisting of Dr. Miles' Nervine, Dr, Miles' An. tl Pain Pills aud Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills, will be sent absolutely free of coat to any person sending name and address on a postal card, requesting the samples, and mention-int- r the name ol (his paper. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co,, Klkhart, Ind WEBSTER'S HooiFs Pilis f I io.naiiJ,lUnlnUU. IIM- t Mill !IMWWWWWUJtJUW1l'fUi StfSSfe MBt-MTvmj- Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, The leal name of the wilier should to tccnmppnv nch communication, inMirc k publicntlrn. .V" t wu w Remittances may be made by Pint Outer Moncj Order. Rrulslend Let er, Rank Check or Dialt C01tt.sponder.ee intended for publi ohtion or on bustner-- cottnictrd nltl he office, to Intuit? prompt attention hould be addrc."Sed to lHU RKruiiM- s CAN Tlffi EICaiBCE OF SYKUP OF FIGS U duo not only to the originality nnd sltnpllolty of the combination, but also I to the care and skill with which It Is manufactured by wlentlllo processes known to the California. Flo Svnup only, and we wish to Impress upou all the Importonco of purchasing thu tmo and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs Is manufactured by the Califoiinia F10 Svnup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist ono In avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par- -' ties. Tho high standing o'f tlio Cali-roiwi- Tun ReithmcanIs mailed regular ly to its until n definite older to dUcoiitiuiie it is received ntid til attents ore paid In lull Tim Ki: pi nuCAN Is $1 pir j ear II paid in nd vnrce, but il not paid in advance will ic$!.J5 per enr stib-ciibe- COURTING IN CUBA. Girls Considorod Old Enough to Marry atThlrtoon. A Apparently the Highest social insti tution of Cienfucgos is the fundaj evening promenade in th plszt am1 without it I really do not know how tie young people of the ntistocracy would manage to mtte and many, During all the week scnotltas oi"tbe upper class are kept under rigid re-- s rtctloa, never pinuit'td to wall tho Company abroad alone end constantly watched by patent and duenuns, as is expected CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. tirush to the bad 11 allowed the small SA1 rilAXCHCO. Crl. toriSTILLE. Kx. JHEWTOKU, Jf.T. est opportunity. This system of vlg e llance would doubtless become as to the guardtnns as to the open iue buds were it not so soon over At the age of 13 a Cuban girl is quite old enough to rnatry, "A tape worm eighteen feet Ions at .tidher parents hunt up a ton least came on tlio scone alter my tutting two w.thont delay unlets, ss is more CASCAHISTS. This I am sure lias caused "17 sub-rot- a bad bealtli far the ist thrco years I am still taking Cascarcts, tuo only cathartic worthy of xmimonly the case, some notice hy sensible pooplo " lover announces himself or a m.tch, ueu, w uortlcB, uaira. Alias. satisfactory to paterfamilias, was arCANDY ranged lor her with the son ol a friend f while the pair were as yet in their tmr winmiii nadles. The besuty and charm ol he lair Cubans are as evanescent as TDADI MASH MOISTtRIO rreelstibic rchlle they last. Like the lovely wild flowers of their island, they mature very early, but fade as GoM. Do PnlataM- Tsito Pl.rmnt. Good, Meier Sicken, weaken or (Irlpv, IDC. tsc.iuc rapidly. The prettiest girl will be ... ... CURE CONSTIPATION. Slarllar ll.n.47 Cfiar, ttk.ff., Maatrral, If if Tori. Jll plain beiore she is 30, and a handsome raiddleaged woman is not to be found Uft.Tfl Rlf Bold and irmriintPMtiy all I fitis to UJlKTobaooo Habit. in Cuba if anywhere outside the irk-situ- Sriiup Co. with tho medU eal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine- Syrup of Figs has Siren to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of tho excellence of Its remedy. It is far In advance of all other lnzativei, as It net on the kidneys, liver and bowela without irritating or weakening thorn, and It does not grlpo nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of F10 TAPE WORMS d in-la- w dent Conservative", moved n vote, signed by the Conservative Deputies, censuring the Government for its In difference to the country's troubles Scnor Annix, in seconding the motion denounced the Ministry lor accepting the war through fear of the Carllsts and declared that the country was now suOerlng the consequences ef the Government's pusillanimity He pro cccdttl to detail the lack of prepura tlons and of war material, nnd cliarg. cd the Government with rotponslbili tics lor the sutrender oi Santiago, "which they ordered, although the garrison there numbered 23,000, and there nete duQlcient provisions in the place for three months." This declaration created a senstlon Tim SURRENDER OP CUI1A In proof that the Government was responsible for the surrender of Cuba Senor Annix read telegrams from Sagasta and Lieutenant-GenerCorrea to General Dlanco ordering the surrender of Cuba as a means of saving Porto Rlc and the Philippines and preserving order in tSe peninsula. He also read General Blanco's telegram in reply opposing- the surrender, but agreeing to obey the Government's order, Senor Annix added that President McKinley had telegraphed to General Shatter that the surrender of Santiago bad been arranged with the Madrid Government, and that, therefore, fie must take a sort cf sham attack. Captain Aunon, Minister of Murine, interposed at this point, saying he believed this ttory to be incorrect, whereupon Senor Annix repeated the statement that Premier Sagasta had ordered the surrender of Cuba In order to save the monarchy. Se-n- or al LIFE INSURANCE. An G AgontWho Objootod to a Man Going to Kontucky. brother 1 lit? Is' h Chritititi New York was1 named a a complin ment to thr Dukr of Yr1e whose ivrnnr nf the l)nl nrcssi"o for a. unday Dinner CHarl-- s II, granted him that - territory The manager of life insurance com pany had the floor. "Lile insurance companies," he wassaing, "are ns particular about the people they nlready have on their lata as they are about getting them on in the beginning They ate rich, oi course, hut they no more anxious to take in a man who will die of disease witbinthe first jear or two thRn they are to lake in h perfectly health man and bavehiniUHZiid his ille by Ukt.ig persohal risks lit dangerous pertuit or by travel in an unhealthy countries. "I remember a funny instance that occurred once while I wns living in The CmiiMfrtt- not thiir n ttu f Charles (mruiut) II Pennsylvania lake." its nniuc ft. William Penn, the "sylvin ' p meaning winds I,itrrilly it Penn's wood Ir in ' Rhode Island gets its mi citd ttremblanee to the Is nd Rhodes in the Mediterranean. Tennessee Recording to some writ era is from Tmasea tin Indian chif otliets hnvt. it 1 mean "river ui b nn-ii- f 1 CASTORIA L AT ' 45S f n I 'y . . mm JtGclablcrxcparallonrorAs-slmtlating M&mnnB tl. !ikj For Infants and Children. -i it .. ii . :- 'v" i iinu you nave '. i kin !TS 1 1 Jx cw k'. v S 1..1 'iii. 'HU L Always Bought j UicrcKXlfltidKcpjula-lin- g Ihc Stomachs . cndBaucls of Bears the s Vw iMnrrjr,s HilllliiP IU 1I1U t h, lfVTTESw I. nn. inun- - ta bend." Texai. was called by the Spanish missionaries of 1524 'Mixteca ill" and ' From tin the people Mixtecans word the name ot Texas is sttpp" to have been derived Virginia got its rarue from Queer Kllzabeth the ' Virgin Queen " Signature of rromolc9DigcSuon.Chectrul-ncs- One oi our $10,000 New Kogland. men had a way ol calling a man a liar in the most careless and indlscrimnate manner, and with only the merest or Wisconsin is an Indian word mot One day he was in no provocation, our oflice, and casually mentioned ing "wild, rushing water." the fact that he was going to make a DEWEY. trip in Kentucky. " 'When?' inquired the manager Not TJaiic otic. ? and Itest.Contolns neither Oyium.MorpWnc nor Mineral. M is a pleasure witcn your linen is tiricu I I1)?IU MHV'C Shuts. Co Nra nnd Cull" rtttirncd Irom our iHUrdry have the pristine beauty ot n new shift Leave jour laundry at Likens 4 Sc )l M linCKS. Iler'n Saddlery Shop, ItiniMONl) STHAM LAUNDRY I.I.VK ll.i:il, Attflil, Till! !.! tOUDrSWiZLBTCBW UyJw Sal' IMTHO.MIZi: MERrTtToN (ItnMSuftr . alertly. ' 'Next week.' Opinion tho Gonoral Formorl of tho Horo of Manila. tlon, Sour Stomach.Diarrtwca, Toe Simile Signature of AncrfcctllcmcUv forConsliw- - Mi (v The U0PKINSYILLE Kind STEAM LAUNDRY and Dye Vorkn. RELIABLE " 'Um er er hesitated ger, 'before you start I wish stop in .nd see me.' " 'What tot? Want m " 'On business or pleasure?' " 'Going to buy a pair ol horses.' Worms .Convulsions .Tcvcrisiv ncss cndLoss OF SLEEP, You Have horse for you?' ' 'No, I want to nrrange GO HAND IN HAND. Farmers and Manu'acturers Traveling tho Samo Road to Prosporlty. V 1B1RS.BT An examination of American exports for 1S98 reveals the fact that for every dollar's worth of American manufactures rather more than t worth of American agricultural products iound their way abroad. How long this gratifying propcrtion will continue it is very hard to guess, in view of the strides which American manufacturtemperate zone. ers are now taking to secure their full a f CORTES IN SESSION. share ol foreign trade. But the lead which agriculture has in this Attacks on Gonorals and Min- country over manufacturing is sufficiently to promise a long lease of life isters In Both Houbgs. to American industrial progress along Cortes res- - present lines. Madrid, Frb 34 The Time was in our history when the sembled to day. The galleries in both thronged with an ex- cult vation of the soil embraced interChambers were pectant crowd. The Senate was full. ests so preponderant that they hod hardly a single general being absent. but to demand a certain policy at the Montero Rios, President of the Sen polls for that policy at the pi lis for ate, in opening the proceedings pro tbut policy to be adopted, no matter nounced a eulogy upon M. Faure, and how entirely destructive it might resolution (f condolence with France projeto tvery other than the agri cultural interest. Under such cirwas unanimously passed, Senor SagatU, the Premier, then cumstances manufacturing hud pretty proposed to refer the bill providing hard sledding in this country for for the session of the Philippines to many years. No sooner had it lifted the United States to a special commit-ee- , its head and attempted to flourish as but thin the Conservatives pro it should than the agricultural intertested against, declaring that the bill ests, conceiving thatAmerlcan manu ought to be conscientiously discussed, facturers were being encouraged at and Senor Sjgasta withdrew his pro the expense ot the tiller of the soil. changed the policy of encouragement pojal. brought up to manufactures at home to one ot Count d'Almenas then to encouragement tianufactures I3JU8TA8C00D FOR ADULTS. the question of the conduct ot the off- abroad, leaving the smokeless chlm war in Cuba, declaring WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. icers in the O ALATIA, II La., NOT. 16, 11K. that General I'tixio de Rivera, Gener- neys oi Atuericau plants, as a pathetic .aOInt. Pa . St- ISHltl. 11 fi. i.oniiinisnt. it mill lut Tr. tot boitlai of al Weyler, General Blanco, Admiral monument to the fickle patriotism ot OIlOVEH TABTKLKttfl CJ1IU. IONIC wkI h all ovr ei Cervera bought three siom at read 7 thta year, and General l.inares bad American farmers and the pitiful pritDC of 14 years. U tbt drvi builncM. hftv aurii uoiTtraal aalla proved norer kI- - an article lhat failures. This declaration shortsightedness of unbridled human xourairuiy. lacuon a jour Tome, elicited much applause from the pub selfishness in general. For sale by J. JL Williams. Times have vastly changed since lie galleries, and in consequence oi this several ot the spectators wrre ex- then. The farmer has learned the value ol the adjacent manufacturing pelled from the chamber. It ret- - with you wbtthtr ?. conll no DtrKUhDirttbacuBabtt,)lIU-TlMAVmvillage as a niarktt and has come rciaoTci tbdeir rortob&wliUia4f iM SAGASTA DU'HNDS COMMISSION. iptlanlM-rY- i 1 ouloervuulttra bloud 11b tin. fjgriiUa the Observing that he would deal with forth fully to realize the truth ot Adam lo.K 'II MJuw 1,0111 iMr":.PO.pop the "sbameiul capitulation of Santia- Smith's declaration that the home KS&iUSJiY'lirlfll (W 'i UAC from own who .aWi iaWBtluehforui drvrut with go," Count d'Almenas asked the market is twice as valuable, sale lor Take II !IC7n II 'M.'iJ76r )n wU..ptkoiljlrr,.l,tefHlr House v hettier he should proceed, nnd sale, as the foreign market. On the fld B bo1 a,f uttuallycutbit Stoiei.tSU K jsfl Vm1 mrU aZ mjannut iltonir?, or vcrtfuolrnoHt was answered with cries ol ' Ye&!" whole though availing himself ot the ud "No!" aud a general uproar en- foreign market as an outlet for his sued. A repetition oi the query pros surplus, the farmer has become a stur voting still greater tumult, Senor Sa dy champion of American manufac ,;Rsta rose and defended the Governs turing, The reason why a good lead in agriculture is necessary to the merit and its Spanish Peace Commission, The Pieniier criticised Amel- country's general industrial thrift is m uu nv&j cvah . 1.. ia's "unjustified conduct," and said that a large agricultural export indiuii.i. hot everything might be discussed cates that food is cheaper here than it YEARS I!! OHIO. $ 20 xcept the war, because the cases 01 is at least in the countries which are 250,000 Cured, chiefly the manufacturing countriea. he generals were still sub judice h Count d'Almenas resumed his at As long as foteign laborers engaged VIU4fUllt.fJI 1MWI kHU manufacture are compelled to pay ack upon thu generalo. and complain j TUou ' f 'iinx eil dei-'K laouaratriiiuliihullil'ilfillx'afcimJl many u that ' live months had elapsed and at least as dearly lor their food as yt iincoiif i n v, 'lli y liaylaoaruiarl- ..nil t.llP.t.lB !IICilUJ .' I.i. a....tt .. lUt.lli l....ll .1. II. ' III. ota single general had been shot,' American labroers in the same purm. rniTl (Uill'ii; 111 ini iicki". Ijirilt (tlvcjmuit tin?, 't chircc. dll'lL 'lir ciiilull lliQirtij weak riiis gave rise to another tumult and suits, our manufacturers cannot comi; oran. rutiirf, tbiy f iirvU, UlIjIIiI) haie btltU'- outit d'Almenas war called to order, plain that they are hampered in their If 'iL'i'.l'. fiittlriT Lion llililocuor.icn trlu cutun T"i (ill ItV Brri trill Ini n UtirUu Again he asked why the generals wb struggle tor loreign markets by the jou llilJMiliY "t euro joit.'naitv, III apitulatcd hud net been executed higher cost ot provisions here nnd SIlHIlOll IHI.A'l liirn. Our A 1 Ml.M aburbs tlio ttrirturo tlaiuei 't nas quite tiue, he declared, thai their consequent compulsion on that L lieiH,ien.uivitlielrlcturoeiciancnllr. v-- Ucannoicrulurn. .No jln.no :u(Toi. he nruiy was an army oi lions led b score to pay higher wages, and thus . I111. 110 ilolcill m from I u lucra I y nitr o handicapped into the foreign marL luothixl 'lbqc9xtmloitanarOFtrrDctli isies. Captain General Dhnco's ad ncrvcl ntu imlfointcJ.uul V cnoil. Tim luaiiliocilicturan. K tuoblt'scf ministration in Cuba was deplorable ket. Just as long as manufacturing and he said, but he was not responsible UUCLI agriculture go hand in hand and agree tor the surrender ot Santiago. lounir nml lutJJto aircil rnen aro liaiuir their rcxtial ilor ami Recriminations continued between mutually to enjoy between them the italily coutluually ioimtiI l.y Ibis Ul. inicimi clous ci'f. Uiry r ara froiumlly mr, reat blesslugs of the American poliCount d'Almenssand Lieutenant Gen of ilia rauo t thcpo i uiiiti llenrrtil j uu t,ei.unef, I'nnaiurai eral Correa, the Minister of War, and cy ol American markets for American Inir Marmoori. Xicnnurnci'. 1'uor .Mcui try, Irritability, at timet I Marlliiyieii. there was renewed diiorder. Then products, so long will the road Amertitloti, hunkcn ltii. wllh Uik tircle. Weak Hark, (linrral HrTC(.i n, J.irk General I'timo de Rivera nroseand de ican greatness and predominating ft AmllUun. VhiIoclIo, hhnmken in the world's affairs be unob nounced Count d'Almenas 111 "u con 1'artf. its. l I,i:i.i; ami hCItlC'il Hi; may lit llio came. itructed. But il either of three great oo t cuiiult raiully temptible calumniator." loctort, at tbiy haie li'i ciHrienco In ntetests becomes jealous ot the other tbcio fiierlal illeaf( dun't allorr General Blanco followed, dcltndiui; txd cxriien its grievance to the polls, . Comult Utiack'tJ bit HliccUliil, v ho haa inaile u llfu ,tn lr of the generals and accepting full te in internecine struggle is likely to Ii1imui"i( Jltnanil V.Hiin. )lll;H during which the wealth ol the Ml.llllll) 'HtLUJIlAl' Mill spouelbility lor events in Cub., during fitlv euro tail Una lluiuiuin I ili.ll.ra will be dissl-Mtfar n caw no acrtl for trrnlimiit ami his command in the island Genera treat American market among foreign producers cniiotiurc. 'ferintmojcrite fur r cure. Barges alio denounced Count d'AlThen the American people will again CURES GUARANTEED menas as a calumniator learn the bitter lessoa that Umlly Wa traat nml mri PHTUkinvfi After a prouilae on the put o' quarrels are the moit destructive, as n i.hii. nii'iiii.is ui.v t.r ia in Hrmntiii:, imi'oikncv. hithi.t Count d'Almenas to produce proofs o hey are the leatit excusable, of all lllHI.S'n I'NNUI HA!IIMlh quarrelR. ia.KllV;Vmi.lllLAlljihlUll.i his assertions the Senate .tiNrJi'i rATioN rub:, llllllh'M tiros;-n- policy.' " 'What do you want to arrange about it? it all ripht?' " 'Yes, as long as you stay in this countrv. But when you go down to Kentucky we will have to advance the rate until you come back.' " 'Well, what in , began the p licy holder hotly, when the mana-g:- r interrupted him.' "'Don't fly the track, my dear fel low,' he said gently, 'It's all right heie, and the rate is satisfactory to us but, by Jove, we can't give you the same rate and let you go to Kentucky and call men liars like you do in this section. Not much. We haven't got $ro,ooo policies to g ive away like that , and you oughtn't to expect It. Wash ington Star. My first glimpse ot Admirat Dewey wns caught when toward the close ol the mana you would last July, I reached Manila. He came to mtet me In his launch as soon as to buy a we entered the bay, and took me aboard the Olyrapia, where we had about your a very pleasant lunch while making acquaintances. I found him a very NEW YORK. Always Bought. of Work prices. Shipped on Tuesday anil returns on TliureiUy Icavo your Lauuilry at Post tillice. fckvc your lauuilry for me. CSiiarfliilccil. IU.neoimlilo lktt Lyman Williams, Agont, IIAItf lOltll. il. tXACT COPY OF WRAPPCB. CASTORIA .ji 1 1 h- - ROVES NAMES OF STATES. Tholr Dorivatlon and How Many of thorn Aro Applied. Alabama comes from n Greek word and signiGes "land of rest." Nebraska means "shallow waters " Oregon is a Spanish word signily-in- g "vales cf wild thjme " Dakota means "leagued or allied tribes." Wyoming is an Indian word tor "big plains." Washington gets its name from our first President Montana means mountainous. Idaho is n name that has never been satisfactorily accounted for. California is a name in much dispute. Some writers sny it first ap peared in a Spanish romance in 1530 the heroine being nn Amazonian nam- 1 CHILL TDNIC - TASTELESS genial, likeable man, quiet, mode.-.t- , shrewd, observant, alert and tactful. He had completely won the hearts ol the foreigners ol Manila. I entered Manila Bay at the same time in the morning as Dewey entered it, nnd as I saw the channel lying in the first gleams ot the morning mm I could well appreciate the superlative boldness of the dash which he made over a channel which was supposed to have been mined, and ought to kave been mined, to attack a fleet which on paper at least was as strong ns his own, and which lay under the guns of strong forts. The thing was unprecedented, and I felt that the Admiral deserves ell the honor that the people are disposed to give him. One of the first things he said to me was: "I've ben walking the deck worrying night alter night, jou can do that now." He told me that the Germans had behaved very nastily, and that was beginning to show the cloven hoof. The coming of the troops was a great relief to his mind. When I left the islands on the 29th oi Au. ust Admiral Dewey was lit good health . us he was till the time I was there He was quite hearty, and there was no sign of the breaking down which was rumored in this country. He told me that he wanted tostiy I wouldn't tike to sav that he wns afraid of being lionized, but he is u modest man. He is the man for the place, and his staying is certainly n good thing for the Nation. What his ideas are in regard to the Philippines is pretty well shown by his tlitpatch to the War Department, Agu-inaldo pest and most rorr- LAlt ROLTE TO Memphis, NewOrleans AND ALL POINTS IN Arkansas, Mexico, Texas and California. Gas Lighted Veitibuleil Trains with Cafo Cars, Pullman Slccjrcrsnnd Free Itcolinin Climr Cars to Memphis and Now Orleans. Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis-vill- o every Thursday night, anil runs throuph to California via NewOrleans and tlio South Pacific Sunset Home. 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No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Blockades. For particulars writo to J. H. Hoi d4 which hns been very widely published ed ' California " Colorado is a Spanish word applied There cannot be any doubt ns to the to that portion of the rocky mountains importance cf the islands to the main on account ol the many colored peaks, tenanc: ol a commanding position in Connecticut's name is Queen ah ta the Pacific nnd Kistern Asia. They cut. It is a Mohican word rhi:h would bo very important to any power thft held them hh a coaling station means "long river " Delanaie derives its name from and base of supplies WESUiY MhRMTT, Thomas West, Lord de la Warr. Major General, Florida gets its name from Kanns Governors Island, N. Y mas de Flores, or "feast of the flown lirLl SENDUSi AND IVC WILL OVE QAL'-ON lis, Traveling Pasiciigcr Agent for I. C. K. 11 , Louisville, Ky. 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