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The Republican and Louisville Commercial, TheRepublcm and the Courier Journal, The Republican and the Toledo (O ) Dlade, The Kcpublican and Louisville Dispatch, The Republican and the Globe Democrat, I 1 1 year,$t iar, jear, ft as 25 ear, $1 25 $1 25 1 t jtar ft 50 Tie Hmteobd Eepublicm. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PARTY IK TEE FQUF.TH The Republican Is the best Advertising medium In this part of the country. Fine Job Work Done on Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customors Guarantood. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. XI. tMMMMMMMMMOH MISSION ALDISIRICI, Subscription $1 a year. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1899. HHJ No. 33, there. What do I care for her while I am vainly trying to find the owner of this?" He drew from his pocket a picture, and was so absorbed that he was only aroused by a knock on the door. Hastily concealing the photo, he called: "Come in," and Will Curtis After a few moments' conversation, Harry said: "Well, Will, I have decided to go home with you to morrow. By tbe way, do you know Miss Gorden, who resides, like yourself, near Baltimore? Shc'is visiting at mother's." '"Glad you are going home with me," answered Will. "Know Miss May? Why, yes, to be sure. The Gordons' estate joins ours'." The next day found them both on their way to Baltimore, and, reaching it, a private conveyance soon carried them to the Curtis homestead, where Will's parents warmly welcomed Will and his friend. One morning a few days after Mrs Custls said to Will: "Will, I wish you would go to the Gordon place and take Mrs. Gordon these books, and perhaps Mr. Stan wood would like to go with you " Upon their arrival they were shown into the parlor to await tbe coming of the mistress. "Come here, Harry," said Will opening an album, "and I will show you Miss Gordon's portrait." Hirry glanced carelessly at the pic ture, then gave a cry of surprise, for of the photo in he saw the his pocket. "Why, what on earth is the matter with you, Harry?" asked Will. Bnt explanations were deferred by the appearance of Mrs. Gordon. On their way home Harry told his friends all about the picture. Will," "I must go home he said, "not to waste the opportunity fate has given me." And despite Will's hospitable Harry carried out his intentions, and soon arrived home much to his mother's and sister's delight, when he immediately began to lay siege to Miss May's heart, succeeding so well that they were soon on best ot terms. One evening when he was so fortunate as to find himself alone with her, he related the story of the picture. "Do you know whose this is?" be asked in conclusion, showing her the card. "Oh, my photo. I lost it in New Orleans?" she exclaimed. "Give it to me, Harry." "On one condition, May; that you give the original." There was a moment's pause, and then May raised her brown eyes to her lover's face and answered: "I must have the picture, Harry, and, since you will accept no other Mrras, I yield." Mrs. Stanwood and Harry's sister, Maude, were happy at the turn affairs had taken. When Will paid a promised visit it was to act at the wedding as best man. Tbe photograph, the fiudlng ol which led to such a joyous event, was handsomely framed by the happy huse MMtf "Gained II Pouxds In 15 Days." Said Hon. W. W. Klnlock, editorially In ht paper. Christian County Republican, Ortrk, Ma.: "I took two boxes NO-TBAC a year aoo, II destroyed desire for tobacco, and I gained II pounds In 1G days. This It not a paid riollco, but our experience given In hopes many other poor tobacco slave may lake and bo treed." A natural easy way to quit lODaeco-utinuna NO-TO-BA- C. NO. lor II II (alls locure.yougel money back. Just try tingle Kur II will work wonders; make you happy In more ways than one. No excuse because ol lack ot kith, lor you can buy under your own Waltllthelnilh about w DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. and book let called, 1xn,t Tobacco Bplt and PmoUo Your Llfo Away," mulled for tlio Hiking. TUKKTERLINO BhMFiiY CO, Ohlcago, Montreal, Can., Men York. O Every druggist la authorized to sell under absolute guarantee, to cure every form of tobacco using. Our written guarantee, freeaaniplool mcpiDeTainMr eetbartle eert J3. I- - ATTORNEY-AT- roRIMtVlLLE, UCXTDUhl. Will practice his profession in all the courts or Ohio ami adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special at tention given to collections. Office .next door to Post Office. DE5.0TD3T, LA W, j. KDWIN BOWK. V L l'KMX Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court ol" Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. SHELBY TAYLOH, Attorney at C&v7, HARTFORD, KY Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties Special ntten and Court of Appeals tlon Riven to all assignments in banlc ruptcy. Will practice his profession in all the coutta ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Couit ot Appeals. Special atten tion given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, jTsTRTWedding, ATIORNEY AND COUJNSELLOK AT LAW, (NOTARY M. L. HEAVR1N, rUUUC) HARTFORD,. - KENIUCKY. Will practice his profession in all me courts 01 unio anu aujoining counties and tbe Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust, to his care. Office in Republican building. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. . Perry Westerfield, J. Davidson, Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky.,, Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office with County At torney. Will practice his profession in all the Courts ot Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settlement ot decedent's estates, road cases Office up and criminal practice. stairs next door to Griffin'adrug store. JC&w, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, ES. DE- - ISTES ftTi, p'ete. 1'lg iron is $2 n tan higher thnt a year and haltno, and the de mand is to great thnt during January Greatest Era of Prosperi- the entire production was used nnd the resetve drawn down 50,000 tons. ty Ever Known. Ordinarily the reason lor the sale ol Lake Superior ore extends over severWngos aro Bolnn. Advancod In al months; this senson It w,n all His posed ol within a week from the time Evory Section A Politithe price was advanced. cal LoBSon. Announcements of wage advances are now lound in almoit every newsMr T Llod. editor of the Statist, the famous British financial journal, paper One ol 9 per cent was qiven visited the United State during the laborers in the Hay View works of the Federal Steel Company Monday, and 1896 presidential campaign and since watch upon the skilled mechanics will also have then has kept a close Pitts-bur- g trade and financial conditions In this on advance. A telegram from yesterday said the wages of bilcountry. Mr. Lloyd's disposition has been friendly but cautious, and not let workers had been raised 8 per cent until lately has he conceded that there One from Birmingham said the Sloss has been really a great Industrial re-- , Iron and Steel Company has raised As re wages 5 percent, beginning March vlval In progress In America cently as December 31 a cue I ul review 1, and that the Tennessee Coal, Iron of the business situation in America and Railroad Company would do the he reached the conclusion that while same, ns the demand and production the outlook was good, business could of Iron in the Birmingham district It is said thetc not be said to have Improved general- were unprecedented. ly as long as wages were not advanc- is only one week's supply of coke iron ing and manufacturers were not re- on hand in the country, and as there ceiving orders for products far ahead. will be great difficulty in the South to get the coke and in the North to get As a proof that the Iron and steel ins dustry of the United Kingdom was in more ore, the production cau not be better condition than in America, the largely increased. The selling agencies of the lurnaces have orders for all Statist cited that fact that some large can make for five or six months orders for locomotives and rolling they to come. stock for India and other colonial and Another great industry has experoneOritish railway had first been ofienced a similar revival the manufered in England, but, as they could ot cotton goods. At Fall not be completed there under two years facture River the long period of depression the caniracts were placed in the Uniended months ago, and at last the ted, States, Mr. Lloyd continued: mill owners have agreed to a 12 J,' per "This series of incidents proves, be cent, increase in wages. Sales of yond question that the railway mangoods are enormous at remunerative ufacturing industry in the United prices, and the demand continues very States is not lolly employed, and the strong. It is the same in the South. wages are comparatively low. More, A selling agent in this city was over, the fact that the TJhited States, obliged to refuse an order for a million Instead of manufacturing its own iron yards this week. The price was sat and steel, is sending considerable islactory, but the goods could not be quantities to Europe is evidence that manufactured before July 1, and in the Iron and steel trades are not fully the meantime much higher quotations employed. It maybe objected that are expected. the United States is now the greatest Mr. Lloyd's contention that tiade iron producer in the world, and that in the United States could not be good its iron and coal fields are so rich and until commodities and wages had so favorably placed that the United been advanced was true at the time he I SWtcs can beat all competition wrote, but he can make such allegaquite admit thnt America is now the tions no longer. Prosperity has come greatest producer. But I submit, at to all branches of the iron and steel the same time, that if trade was as trade, and it will soon affect every in- good as might have been expected dustry nnd ever nook and hamlet of from all the circumstances, American this rich and mighty country. Cour manufacturers of rolling stock and similar commodity would not be in a ! If nrtloril A EiRimville l'arlti I Co. position to undersell and to supply j General offices, Hartford, Ky. For more quickly than their British Curdsvllle, Delaware, Ashbysburg, In other words, the fact Rumsey, Calhoon, Livermore and that our manufacturers are able to im Hartford, and all intermediate points port iron and steel Irom tbe United on Green and Rough rivers, Steamer States, and make profit in manufac Scioto, leaves Bvansville every Monturlng, it proof that the American day nnd Thursday at 3 p. ru., arrives industries ate not as flourishing as at Hartford every Tuesday and Frithey doubtless will be before long." day at 3 p m., returning leaves Harts That was published barely two ford Saturdays 9:30 a. m., Wednesmonths ago, and when written was days 5. a.m. For rates of freight or passage apundoubtedly true. Since then, however, there has been a wonderful ply on board, or to Jas. F. Carson, change, which Mr. Lloyd has joined agent, Hartford, Kv. in pointing out. When the Louisville t'UIli: A COLD IN ONK DAY , and Nashville and the Southern railTake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab begin-nin- g ways advanced wages at the lets. All druggists refund money if of the year he hailed this as evi- it fails to cure 25c. The genuine has tf that L B. Q on each tablet. dence ol rapid improvement would eventually extend to all Indus A man who chewed twenty cents, tries. Since then the change has worth of tobacco a week concluded to been most marked in tbe iron and try a tobacco cure. In two weeks he steel trades. Ihe advance In values ate up $1.50 worth of candy, five during the past twelve months now cents' worth of peanuts and five amounts to 10 or 20 per cent., accord- cents' worth of cough drops. During- to t,hc Iron Age, Steel rails, ing these two weeks he also consumed which Sold in immense quantities as two large rubber erasers, ate the rublow as $14 a ton, have now advanced ber tips from fourteen lead pencils, to $22, which is on a parity with chewed up a dozen and prices in tbe United Kingdom . Block browsed of his mustache as high as sheets have been put up $10 a ton, he could reach, He is now chewing and wire and wire nntls fully as much. tobacco in the interest ol enconomy. A great advance has been made In tin Ex. 11 , pen-hold- ers REPUBLICAN RULE GONE TO REST. In Loving to J II Pollnrtl's to includo him; tbence to E isha Webster's to include him thonco to James Webster's to exclude him; thenco to William R. Check's to include him ; thcuce to II. D. Lloyd's to includo him ; thence to Anna's sleeping, calmly resting, R. T. Miller's to includo him; thence In a silent, dreamless bed; to G. P. Lewis' to exclude liim; thenco ' W. mftr. rar.a ,mr fa.a mn1.llHr. to the Wesley Cooper farm to exclude it; thenco to C. M. Dowcll to include In those regions of the dead him; thenco to tho beginning, and For that messenger of madness that tho site for tho school house of Death relentless death had come said proposed District be tho WhitBearing hence the hope and gladness, tingbill school-boue- o lot, which site is certified to bo not exceeding two and From a peaceful, happy home. f miles irom any part of tho Many hopes on her were centered, boundary of the said proposed district; But, alas they all are o'er; and it appearing also that said petitioners aro Jordan's wave she fearless entered, legal voters and, residents of the proposed Graded Crossing to the other shore. Common School District add of tbo Hearts with anguish sore were riven, Fordsville Justice District of this As the loved one passed away, county; nnd it further appearing that But to them sweet comfort's given, the County Superintendent has en. Anna has reached the realms of day. doreed on said petition, his approval of same ; and that a majority of tho Here her earthly course has ended, Trustees of each Common School DisLife's bright hopesandconfilct'so'er trict that will be embraced within With saints her songs are blended, said proposed Graded Common School District in whole or in part, havo enGlory, glory, evermore. dorsed their approval on said petition, Glory to the lamb who bought her, as provided bylaw; and thecourt being Glory t3 the blood that saves; sufficiently advised, it is ordered and Glory to the grace that sought her, adjudged that S. T. Stevens, tho Sher-il- l of Ohio connty be, and is hereby, High the victor's palm she waves, directed to cause a poll to bo opened You who mourn her loss in sorrow, and an election to be held at tho Look by faith to yon bright shore; Whittinghill scbool-houson the 25th There you'll meetsomeglad tomorrow day of March, 1899, tbe same being forty days or more after tho entry of Never to be parted more. this order, for tho purpose of taking A Friend. tho senso of tbe legal white voters reI do not know how others Populists siding within the boundary of the said may feel about it, but as for me, I proposed Graded Common School really hope that the Democratic party District, where there shall be levied at its next convention will drop free and collected an annual tax of fifty cents ou each one hundred dollars of silver and come out once more in its property value therein, subject to true colors. Its present attitude is State and county taxation, owned by detrimental to the cause of reform. No white persons, and one dollar and fifty genuine reform party can hope to cents of poll tax on each white male grow while the Democracy claims to inhabitant of said proposed Graded be tor even such unimportant reforms Common School District over 21 years as free silver and coin redemption of age, for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a Graded Common greenbacks Its very pretenses hope, School therein as provided in sections lessly divide and distract those who 100 to 130 of the Common School should be united and harmonious. Law. The officers of said election It can never accomplish reform ifit, will also cause the legal voters of said really wanted to, lor it can neither Eropoeed Graded Common School to vote for six persons to be hold the allegiance of its own pars tax tisausnor win the confidence and Trustees of same, in case said said shall elecbe approved. Tho officers of support of Independent reformers, tion will make return, in due form, of who do not care to ally themselves tbe result of same, at tho earliest day with a party that at any time might practicable. A Copy. Attest; M. S. RAGLAND, turn against them. No one wants to Clerk oi the Ohio County Court, tie up with a consort who continually carries a knife up his sleeve with Notice is Lc;eby given that in which to rip hint up the back at most obedience to the above order of the any old time. If the reform move- -' County Court of Ohio county, I will ment is ever successful it must be hold an election at the time and place made so by the united efforts of all indicated, from 7 o'clock a. m. till 4 o'clock p. m., for the purposes set out who believe in reform, and the problem of the future Is how to perfect in the said order. Tboee who may vote, are all white males over twenty-on- e that union. Jo. A. Parker. years old, who have been resim ,n SO I VIIC-X- O dents of the proposed Graded Com. PAT. That is the way all druggists sell nion School District for GO days, and Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for in the county for six months, and in Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp, tho State one year, preceding the day ly iron and quinine in a tasteless or earn election. 101m. untmren love it. Adults prefer S. T. STEVEN8, It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, BhenH Ohio Counts. 50c. tf This, the 25 day of February,1899. II Phillip's to includo him; thenco to J. R. Hauler's to exclude him; thence WANTED A POLICY. Bob Made Up His Mind He Needed Insurance. Boforo Long Ho Docldod That Ho Didn't Want Inaur- anco Af tor All, Old Bob conceived the idea of having his life insured. "How much do you weigh?" asked the examining physician, "I weigh 'bout 15 poun'a more den my wife dots." "Well, how much does she weigh?' ''I'ze dun forgot, but she's a whopi per, lemme tell Romombrnnco of AnnaStum, who Dlod on Juno 27th, 1898. Crippled by Rheumatism. Thoso who have Rheumatism find themselves growing steodlljr'worse all, tho while. Ono reason of this it that tho remedies prescribed by.the doctors contain mercury and potash, which ultimately intensify tho disease- by canting the Joints to swell and ttlfTen, reducing a severe aching S . 8. 8. has been curing of tho bones. Rheumatism for twenty years oven tho worst cases which seemed almost incurable. Cspt. O.E. nachea.tlie popular railroad conductor, of Columbia. 8 O, had sn eiMrt-enc- e with Hheumatlsm which convinced Tilm that there Is onlr onae cure for thnt painful He saya: "I was at dli-es- one-hal- 1 yer." "Howtall are you?" "Who me?" "Yes, you." "Lemme see. Does yer know Abe Sevier what worked fur olenian Plum nier?" great aurferer from muscular Rheumatism for two years. I could eel no permanent relief from any medicine pre- - a M I took about a dozen bottles ot your 8 8. 8 , and I 'WsnaTi now i am as well as I ever was lnmy life. Iam sure that your medicine cured me. and I would recommend it to tnr one" suffering from any blood disease." ivfBavWt 4 j. I 1 .dl "No." "Waal, I'ze forry, furl ain't quite ez tall ez he is." The doctor, after weighing old Bob and measuring his height, asked: "How old are you?" "Who me?" "Yes. of course, you. You are be- Everybody knows that Rheumatism Is a diseased stato of the blood, and only a blood remedy is tho only proper treatment, but a remedy containing potash nnd mercury only aggravate the trouble. S.S.S.rTheBlood being Purely Vegetable, goes direct to tho very cause of tho disease and a permanent euro always results. It is tha only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potash, mercury or other dangerous minerals. Books mailed freo by Swift Specula Company, Atlanta, Georgia. ing examined." "Dat's a tack, Waal, lenime see. My blrfday comes in July, end now whut I wants ter git at Is how many Julys I ken recollect. Ain't datde JINGO, KY, Rev. A. W. Dodson filled his regular appointment here on the third Sunday and at night. Prof. J. A. Duff's school closed the 21st with appropriate exercises and March 3. the usual treat. Rev. J. T. Taylor failed to fill his ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT T appointment at Concord last Saturday Aa old adage reada: "There Is a place and Sunday, the pulpit, was occupied for everything," and for everything to be on Saturday by Rev. G. II. Lawrence, In Its place, the LOU1SV1LLK DISPATCH of Smallhouse. should nnd a place In tbe borne ot every Mr. and Mrs. Chapman tre on the DEMOCRAT In the SUNNY SOUTH. The DUpatch Is the people's paper, owned by sick list, also Mrs. John Thomas has tbe people, and Is always ready to fight bad case of grip. a for tbe cause of tbe people. IT STANDS PLAT-rortCapp, the stave mill man , Is moving SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO of the without tbe aid or consent things lively. Oold Dug Monopolies, and a fair comparMrs. Belle Likens is Improving ison ot Its news service (now being slowly. Allen Mlnton died on the 27th inst ot consumption , and after funeral services by Rev. R. F. Roman, was buried at Bethel Cemetery, Also Mrs. Wm. Lee, of near Horton, died the same day. After funeral services by Rev. G, J. Bean, was buned at the same place, the same hour. Plow Boy. dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee by all good druggist. For sale by Z, Wayne Griffin & tf Bro. WenK Eyes Are Made Htroujc, p'int?" "Yes." "Waal,lemmesee. Blame ef I know. Suppose we make it August 'stead ot July?" "What difference would that make?" "Doan' know, but it's jes' ez easy." "I'll put you down at 50. How old is your father?" " 'Bout er hunnered an ten." "You don't tell me so?" "Yaas, I does." "Is he in good health?" "Oh, no, sab, dat ain't whar he is. He's in de grabe." "Thought you said bewas no?" "He is. Yer didn't ax me how old he wuz when he died." "Well, how old was he when he died?" " 'Bout 40." "Had;heenjoycd good health?" "Oh, yaas, sab. ; de healthiest man yer eber seed." "Did he have a lingering disease?" "Whut sort "zeaze?" "Was he sick very long?" "Oh, no, sab. I He dropped off mighty sudden." "Heart disease?" "No, sab." unirl tho ilnrlnn nttotid Mm?" Yas, sah." "Well.iwhat did they say was the matter with him?" "Da didn't say much of nothlu. One fern climbed up an put his year agin de ole man and said dat he wuz dead enough ter be cut down. Den de sheriff cut him down an put him in er box. Doan' think dat he had heart 'zeaze, boss. Think dat he had some sorter trouble wid his nalk." T don't believe you "Look here want your life insured." band. "I doar.' b'lebe I does, sah, since yer gttnter pry inter a man's family history. Good day, sah." Arkansas Traveler. 1 General Directory. STATU OFFICIALS. Governor William 0. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingto- n. Secrelaryof State Charles Finley. Attorney General W. S. Taylor. Auditor Samuel H. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture, HortStatistics Lucas and iculture Mooro. Superintendent Public Iuatruction-Davison. Register Land Reynold. W. J. Office Chas. 0. Insurance Bureau Commissioner-- D. W. Comiugore. Adjutant General D. R. Collier. Slate Librarian Miss Paul Deane Hardin. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. Jno, C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F, Brown. CONGRESSIONAL. Senators Hon. William C. Lind say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. Representative Fourth District Hon. D.H.Smith. 8TAT1 LEGISLATURE. Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. R. C. Jarnagm. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens-bor- o. Hon, W. T. Owen, Judge Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. Boston Post. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. S. A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Commis-sion- ei Hartford. G. B. Likene, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. 8. T. Stevehs Sheriff Hartftrcl. Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Beni ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tineley. Court convenes first Monday in March nnd Augustand continuesthreo weeks, and third Monday in Mav and November two weeks. COUNTY His Hoartfor Hor Photograph. Harry Stanwood, a rich banker's son, was amusing himself for a few days in New Orleans with his chum, Will Cuitls, and when our story opens he was slowly walking through MONTHLY SUFFERING. ""Thousands of women are COURT. Jas, P. Miller, Judge Hartford. M. S. Ragland.Clerk Hartford. M, L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday troubled at each month, QUARTERLY COURT. in Attorney at HARTFORD, KY. JNO. B. WILSON, l&v? C Endorsed by the Governor 'istrate rtcommtmh Remedy and Nerve Tonic, .aiaiSaMBavaMSBkte- -' given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac making the National Caai alto Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side ol public square. Attorney at jaw HARTFORD, KY. R. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. I Hartford, Ky. Will practice hit profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING X HARTFORD, KY. Will practlco his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a Col buainest entrusted to his care. lections a tpecialty. Office over Ohio County Rank. Alto Notary Public. BRlrTE'X'T, Attorney at Law, O. IM:., HAirn'OHD, Special attention given to all JiueineM entrusted to hit care. Office in Court Attorney at Javs Ky, a. e.sYiofk ( House, feat. k j aro slow to speak for publication. This Is because their inlluenco Is so great. The. endorsement ot Governors, Senators and Congressmen guarantees merit. Fubllo words of pralso from such prominent officials must bo based ou positive knowledge. The recognition which tho catarrh remedy is constantly receiving by men of national lame is very gratifying. Among recent letters from eminence la tho Governor LV persons of of nest Virginia. following from says: Atkiusou The governor em saM West Va., March 0, 1898. a The Medicine Co., Columbus, O, Gentlemen: "I can tocommend your as a tonic. Its reputation us a euro for catarrh is excellent, It having been used by n number of people known to mo with tho very best results." Very truly, Gov, G. W. Atkinson. Catarrh Is the national disease. Not an American family Is free from It. Tho search for relief and cure Is constant Experiments of all kinds aro continually made without result for good. Ignoranco of tho causes and nature of catarrh Is universal. Catarrh Is elusive, persistent, penetrating. It may exist in any organ of the body. For this national malady thcro exists the national scicntiflo remedy which for forty years has been doing a grand work. Gov, O. W. Atkinson is tbe unflinching foe of .(WeitVUtbU. catarrh nnd overcomes it wherever It may exist It Is the prescription of Dr. Ilartman, President of tho Surgical liolol, Wlumuus, u., who gives personal aitanuon, wiuiout cuargoj 10 a voluminous correspondence on the subject of. catarrhal diseases. l)r. Hart--' man's books on catarrh are mailed on application. All druggists sell a Cruiu-SSTOI'e-ru-Pe-ru-- I w EPRESENTATIVE MEN ' , a park of that city sharpening a pencil. His knife slipped from hts hand, and as he stooped to regain it he no ticed what seemed to be n card. Care lessly picking it up, his gaze fell uppatch." Tbe Dispatch also hni o staff of over on the face of a beautiful girl. He 300 active correspondent In tbe South, and gazed at the photo as it fascinated. will POSITIVELY OUAriANTEB MOIIE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHEHN NEWS What appeared to be wavy brown hair ot any other Louisville paper. Oct tho was colled up at the back of a ed Dispatch; It elves tho news and tells the head. Brown eyes smiled at truth about It. Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, 21 pages; Weekhim, and a Cupid's bow of a mouth ly, S pages. We club with th Weekly aided in the power ot fascination. OHIO COUNTY COURT, Dispatch at tbe remarkably low price of Harry had tossed away his cigar at 91X9. C. T. WhittinghiliT&c., )t sight of the pictured face, and now vs. Order. exclaimed: Petition for Graded School. ) TIW Kiwi Yoa Haw AlwriBffltlit "By jove, she Is the girl for me, At a regular term ot the Ohio CsartUe County Court, held on the 5th day ot and I'll find her It it takes a lifetime December, 1898, at tho Court House and all my money to do it!'' iu Hartford, Ky., the petition signed TRUST- -, AL It was clearly love at first sight. WANTED-SEVEUby ton citizens, aud legal persons In this state to back ot the photo bore those voters ot Ohio count), was filed in manage our business in their own nnd The words: "L. A. Norton, Photographopen court, asking that tin election be nearby counties. It is mainly office held for the purpoeo of taking the sense work conducted at home. Salary er." of tho legal voters within certain straight $900 a year and expenses-defin- ite, Harry sought at once tbe artist and bonafide, nor more, no less inquired for'the name of the original. boundaries set out therein, as to whether a Graded Common School salary Monthly $75. Relerences, "lam sorry I cannot oblige you," stamped enveDistrict shall be established, which Enclose lope Herbert E Hess, Pres,, Dept., said Mr, Norton, "but the negative petilion was hied ot record, ami havand her name have slipped from my ing laid over tor more than one month M, Chicago. memory." for exceptions and no exceptions be- ' ing filed to same. This cause coming Arriving at his hotel, be found a I1 KM Yon Kara ahniri BeM tie ? on again for bearing at a regular terra Bun letter from his sister. In it she ol this court, held on the Oth day ot wrote: February, 1891), it appearing that a "Do, Harry iVar, come home for petition signed by 0. 1. Whittingbill, my friend, May Gordon, Is visiting Ihe Kno-le- Ulnar ol All Blra, M. L Shrove, J. II. Musou, T, J. sight, clear and is noted for its Whittinghill, 0. II. Walker, J. W, distinct vision, keen ere those persons me, and I am anxlons for you to meet So Miles, T. II Miles, E.T. Pato, 0. 8. who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve her. I will not describe ber appearMoxley and others, was filed with tbe for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any ance, but wait tor you to see her, etc. County Judge, at the last regular kind or granulated uus. bom oy an Lovingly, Maude." Dtcomber term of this court, asking dealers at 25 cents, For sale by Z, Harry read tbe letter and then with thnt a Graded Common School Dis- Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf a smile thiew it from him. trict be organized, with its boundaries Te Oar Constipation forever. "No, indeed!" he, said; "I .villi not as follows, viz: Beginning at E. T, Take Casurets Candy Cathartic. lOoorKe. Pate's to include him ; thence to S, II O. U. O. lall in cure, druCKlsla refund money. return home while Miss Gordon is well-shap- over leased wires by the New York Sun, tba Chicago Inter Ocean and the Northern Press Association) with that of any other paper, will fully verify Its Motto, "If you see it in the Diipatcb it's so, and It It's to it la always In the Dis- mim makes menstruation painless, and regular. It puts the delicate menstrual organs in condition to do their work properly, And that stops all this pain. Why will any woman suffer month after month when Wine of Cardui will relieve her? It costs f r.co at the drug store. Why don't you get a bottlo monthly intervals with pains In the head, back, breasts, ehoulders, sides hips and limbs. But they need not suffer. These paint are symptoms of dangerous derangements that The mencan be corrected. strual function should operate painlessly. Begins on tho second each month. COURT OP Monday in CLAIMS. and Tuesday after the secjud Monday iu October- OTHER COUNTY Convenes first Monday in January, OFFICERS. V N. Moxley, Surveyor. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt, L. Y. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouto Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Ji 1 f .STORIA. f For advice, in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ladtea' The Advisory Department," Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. R0ZBU lEWIS. at OsaailUe, Tsiai. eaisi "I was troubled at meatftli Intsnals with Urtlelt pains In m heat and baet, kul hats bisn enUrali rillsiaa bi Wlae e0et 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 on March 30, Juue 29,Sep-temb28 aud December 21, S. J. Weller Court will be held nt Sulphur Springs on March 28, Juno 27, September 20 and December 23. II. li. Taylor Court will be held at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, September 2 and December 9. W. A. Rone Court will be held at Centertown on February 13, May 29, August 28 and November 1. CITY DIRECTORY. W. H. Barnes, Judge. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. cr el Cartiil." TOWN TRUSTEES, OASTOI11A. - OK yon hava ISg. box. and Whiskey Habits cured at home without 110. Book of par- UcnlanMM rHEK. nU.WOOIXKV.MU. mco n. iTjor at. Jt an tha aid. ef your fMlt ,U erf tha earn. It's aasy It Your dnifUt er br wall. UIANT CIIUMIOAt, CO., DON'T WALK; ft Salve. 300 Cherry St., Pulla. S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. I, A, Thomas, Treasurer. Jno. E. Bean, Sec'y. Geo. Klein. A. D. White. Preston Morton Post No. 4.. G. A. R. hold their regular meeting Satur day before the first Sunday in each month in Court Hall at i o'clock p. W, A, Carson, Com. m. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. u. - -- U ; Hartford Republican. tuntil Friday! b lh HAHTl'aRD I'CIII.IftlllXM COMPANY Incorporated. Jko II. Thomas, 03 j and Attorney tlcavrin have been giving considerable attention to tbo road question and, if supported by tbo oths cr members of the Fiscal Court, as wo bclievo they will he, wo shall see a de cided improvement in our public roads by MATANZAS, CUBA. From Our Fort Severino Correspondent. Third Kentucky Soldlors Aro bottom. nest winter. Anxiously Awaiting Ordors Ten eilver Democrats, threo gold Off Ico on Fox Stroot. Democrats, five Republicans and two to Roturn to tho U. S. Populists were participants or rpecta-to- rs Subscription, SI per year In advanc at the Democratic Railroad Con. Feb. 26 As this Is Sunday eve and rcntion held hero Saturday. Capt. S. I haven't much to do, I wilt write a at Hartford K, Cox was elected chairman and lew at the post-offiFiltered lines for publication. as second class mall matter. y Judge Jas. F. Carson secretary. No is a bright day, although It apeech. making was indulged in, but Is a little cloudy, but not enough so FRIDAY, MARCH 10. the convention endorsed tlio Chicago to hide the ball of fire that hangs over . ... platform and tho Louisville Ditpatch this part ot the world. The wind Is rem KrpHr.Ni:iTATM r and appointed a number of delegates verv high to day. If it were not It We are authorized toannouncellon. R. C. Jamagln. of Beaver Dam, as a to the Hopkinavilte convention, in- wuuld be intensely hot. Candidate fur the nomination for Rep structed for Dempey for Railroad Well, Co. D is still in the Fort and reientative, subject to the action of the Commissioner, The Hardin men dom- on provost guard. The boys are atl Republican patty. having good health and anxiously inated the convention. awaiting a transport to convey them Time ia precious atufi. The great hero of the Manila bay hack to the United States. Every The thing moat needed at preacnt contest has received just recognition day some one sees ene coming icto in thia Judicial diatrict ia a Commonfrom a people that never forgets the the bay and If it is flying American wealths Attorney. glorious achievements of a gailantson. coiois they say that it is the one they go back on. We have headquarters We will wager a peck of peanuts Within a year Admiral Dewey bas right in our company. That is, there risen from the rank of Commodors to that the Hartford special in Tueaday'a are two bora who know all of the of Admiral, the highest offico in Evening Pott was not written by a that plans of the War Department and they the navy, the salary of which is 813- ,Penuyriler. keep us well posted, and as neither 000 per year. In a fortunate moment is from Hartford, I will give their Tin: Louisville Commercial is tbe by his ambition, determination and names Robert Stone and Jesse Spice beat Sunday paper published in the skill he advanced from obscurity to land. Now, where they get their inSouth. It affords a grand ieait for its tbe front rank of his profession and formation I cannot tell, aa they stand has written his name upon the scroll guard and do as much duty as any of appreciative patrons. of fame with the Joneses, the Nelsons the rest ot the boys. I inquire of The reputation of the Louisville and the Farraguts of the past. one or the other ot them every time I Difpakli must be indeed questionable go to tuy meals. If one don't know when Democratic conventions feel The downfall of Deniociacy in the other does. called upon to resolute about itB char- Kentucky dates from the passage of Well, I visitrd the old sand Fort a acter. tho Goebel election law. Senator few days ago. It is about four miles Kentucky Republicans should this Goebel was the master of tbo Demo- above us on the bay. It is the one members of tbe last Assembly. that Sampson demolished. It, as well year follow the sage advice of Col. cratic as other things in Caba, is a curious Shanks; "That when you want to Ambitious to become Governor of the structure. It was built by digging a de6ght, fight your enemies, not your Commonwealth and aware of the large hole in the ground and then clining influence of Democracy in the friends." State, Goebel sought to perpetuate the they walled it by taking empty bar It was amusing to see Democrats in power of his party by a etatuto that rels and filling them with rock and their convention here Saturday push in corrupt hands may disfranchise sand and making the partition. There a good many large cannons lying farther down in the white voters of Kentucky as effec- are their Courkr-Journaround, some as far as fifty feet from their pockets while they voted for the tually as a similar law does the colored where they were mounted. That must resolution endorsing the Ditpalch. voters of Tennessee. But the scheme have been a double header that Samp of the conspirators was not well laid. son put into them for it looks equally GoEDEt. says Wat Hardin is the Aside from the unscrupulous politicandidate of the Louisville & Nash- cians most Kentucky Democrats are as bad as the swath the cyclone made through Rough creek bottoms. Will our ville Railroad Company. in favor of fair play and the opposiWell, it Is reported in camp now Shop contemporary stand by this tion to the infamous law within the Tin that we will leave for the United assertion after its State convention? party surprised those who are rcspon. States some time in March. The 3d Fitou reading the editorial columns sible for its existence. There is an engineers say they have orders to of the Herald of Wednesday one would undercurrent of opposition to the leave. The 2d and 3d and all volun taturally judge that Messrs. Taylor Goenel law that is apparent in Goes teers will follow as soon as they can be transported away from here. One end Gocbel had been way back on bel's canvass for Governor. In cen tral and western Kentucky we believe battalion of the 12th New York reFox Alley at the residence of that it fair to say that less than ten per ceived orders to day to go to Cardenas distinguished editcr. cent, of tbe Democrats favor bis nom- and relieve the 2d battalion of the 3d Capt. Keown seems to Tub Democratic convention which ination, yet no other good reason can Kentucky. convened here on the 4th inst. en- be assigned for so small a following think that as soon as our regiment can be gotten together again we will dorsed tho course of the Ditpatch and but tbe odium of his election law. go the United States. He aud I were reaffirmed allegiance to the Chicago The Democrats of Fulton county a talking about pay day at noon 'platform and 10 to 1. Prosperity's few days ago declared for the repeal of and he remarked that we would draw to the conwonderful object-lesso- n tho election law. This was a result in our next pay in America. We w,ere trary notwithstanding. part, no doubt, of a disposition to be paid one week ngo to day and the boys juBt, but this action of tho Fulton had more money this time than ever of tbe Goedel says he is in favor convention was principally due to the before, not in amount, but in pieces, State convention endorsing the Goebel influence of sagacious leaders who see for we were paid in bills election law. The Cynthiana Demoin tbe Goebel election law a rock in and were so hungry when we got should crat says the Democratic party midstream upon which the Democrat- paid we went to the Cuban peddlers not make the law a party measure and bills changed and ic ship will go a splintered wreck. and got the Fulton county Democrats favor its Tho Goebel force bill should be the had to take a haversack along to carry repeal. Thero is a choice for you. Republican battle cry in tho approaoh-in- the change in. One cent Is their campaign and succeBS will follow smallest, being about the size of a Col. Walter Evans, of Louistwenty-fiv- e cent piece of onr money ville, has landed the Uoited States ascertain as the flowing of the tides. and their two cent pieces are about the District Judgeship made vacant by size of our half dollars and are black GOEBEL'S DEFENSE. the resignation of John W, Barr. Col. copper. Their forty cent pieces are KvaiiS has long been a recognized In his speech at the court house not hardly as large as our halt dollar. leader in the Republican p.irty and Monday, Mr. Gocbel's defense of that Occasslonally you will see a Spanish his appointment will meet the hearty infamous election law which bears bis halt dollar, but not often. They have approval of Kentucky Republicans. size of ours. name was tbe commonest and weakest a dollar about tbe Well, it is very near time for me to There is uot a Democratic uewspa effort ever made by a man purporting hook up my team and haul some water per in Kentucky whose Democracy is to be a Statesman. To tbe man who takes the sober soooud thought his de- for the Fort All I have to do is to not questioned by its partisan contemwait on Capt. Keown, ashe has charge poraries or for whose utterances Dern fense was evidence of weakness. of the Fort, and myself and team are He oflers as an excuse for the law ocrats will acknowledge themselves detached from the battalion, but I find responsible. By all means let the alleged frauds which he accredited plenty t) do. Kvery morning J. W. State convention select an oflicial or- the Republicans and sound money Wade, the noted commissary sergeant gan for the Democratic party. We (Democrats of having committed in of Co. D,and myself go to the slaughHe declares ter house and bakery after bread and nominate the Hartford Herald for the the election of 181)6. that there have been gross frauds com- - beef and get back to tbe Fort about 9 rather questionable Lunar. jmitted in recent elections in Ken o'clock and then I have to haul water Tni: Democratic convention held at tucky, but how does he proposo to and get lu about 11 o'clock for dinner the court houso last Saturday was prevent them? He says that tbo dif- and have to haul water again about about as cool as the rain that fell. ferent party representatives at tho 3:30 p. m. lid Bracken is my helper There were not enough Democrats polls are the only guarantco of fair on the wagou. All I have to do is to present from among whom to select count, but how does his law provide sit on the seat nnd pull the strings delegates to represent the county at tbat these election officers shall bo up-- , We have four mules to the wagon, as the district convention at Hopkins-vill- c pointed? By u commission made up it Is not military to drive two. Once and they decided to go out into equally of different party repreieuta. a week I have to haul a cord of wood, tbe "highway and compel them to Uvea whose upright conduct is guar- so I haven't such a soft thing alter all, corns in," That's the only way a anteed by bond and whose evil con- but it beats standing guard and wear Democratic convention can find dele- - duct is threatened with severe punish- ing a blowse all tbe time. I noticed a letter in the Republican gates in Ohio county nowadays, ment by tbo law? No, uot to. But Irom Mr. Dehnven's son. I have a Dum.su the course of an excellent under its provisions the county board filcture of the Cuban cemetery described it about bone charge to tbe grand jury Monday of election Commissioners may all bo yard. he will mail the picture tbe E to I L of one political party and without morning, Judge Owen declared tbat bond for good conduct. Can it be Bullington aud every one who would "the country is at peace nud enjoying that he fancies greater safety and pur- like to see tbe bone yard of one Cuban ununited prosperity." The editor of the ity of elections entirely in the hands cemetery can get a look at it. We have been honored with three Herald and tbo pestiferous school of Democracy than iu the hands of distinguished visitors within the past tbo various judges of the diflerent house Democratic "free silver or lut counties of tho State, whose conduct two weeks. The first was General orator" are estopped from preaching is guarded by law and guaranteed by Breckinridge, the Inspector General of the United States army The next hard times and calamity. Should bond? Surely, not so. was General Gomez, of the Cuban they persist they will be In "contempt If the author of tbe law bad tbe army, and Gov. Gen Brooke, the of court,'' and tho Rei'uulican will sacred purity of the ballot box at heart Governor General ot the Cuban Island provision why did bo uot met j co that they are promptly apprehead-- v guaranteeing equal insert arepresenta- He and Gen. Gomez fired ahereon the party Governor nil and the and handed over to bo dealt with tion in both tho blnto and county General salute Fort fifteen cannon shots accordingly. board of election commissioners? Stop Co D had the honor of firing the saa moment and soberly think, Can it lute and was veryhighlvcomplluient Countv Attorney M, L. Heavwn be that the Democratic purty is so ed by Gen. Sanger You can't lose and Judge Jaa. I. Miller bavecauaed pure that it can be trusted in tbo dark old Kentucky, especially the Western We may not put on with tho ballot box under its arm. as part of the State to be printed some circular containit Acre, and an office In sight? In quite as much dog and smoke as many cigarettes as the Louisville Legion ing the road law, applying to road surveyors, together with some sage thinks bo. Instead of canal party did, but we ore like the bed bug we get there all the same. advice about the result of failure to representation, the law permits all of The Republican is a welcome vistue otnto anu couuty commissioner l!v up to It. TbeBO circulars have to be of tbe same political party. The itor in camp every week. There is been put Into the bauds of the County county board constitutes tho canvass- only onr aian in our compir.v that A L Hudson Clerk wilb Instruction to fold one into ing board and the board of contest, gets a Herald each copy of orders appointing and theStato commission is tho court FRIENDSHIP, KY. Tbe present impassablo con- of last reaort in most all election cases. O, where ia tbe justness of the dition of our roadi is tbe best argu Elder J W. Royal, who has been law? Aa citizens of tbe greatest and meat ior a change In our present sys- freest people on earth, stop aud con quite sick for some time of heart ills- I tem of reniulDg them. Judge Miller sider. ease complicated with other diseases ce To-daah two-doll- ar two-doll- ar g i was but little better when last heard from. Two Elders of the Latter Day Saints or Mormons passed through here a few day since and Secured Washing ton school house to preach in, but aa no one appeared to hear them, they Ult Immediately for greener pastures. Mrs. Viola Wcsterfield, wife of J A. Westerfield, who hat been quite ill for some weeks, Is some better at this the church next Sunday at writing. Mr. J. T. Wallace, of near here, sold part of his farm to Mr. W. F. Keynolds recently and has removed to his other farm adjoining his late residence, Mr. W. F. Reynolds, of near Zion church, has moved to the farm lately purchused by him ot Mr. J. T. Wallace. Fas is a good citizen and we extend to him a hearty welcome. Mr. . T. Wallace lelt on the fifth inst. to attend court ut Hartford. Miss Viva Royal has been engaged to teach the spring school here for a tetm of three months. We hope the school will be a success. son Thurmau, the of W. D. Royal, fell and stuck a rusty nail in his knee last Thursday. The little fellow seemed to be getting along quite well until Sunday night when his condition became so serious tbat Dr. McCaity was bummoned whose eleven-year-ol- o'clock vilte this week in the Interest of a tela m. ephone line. Mr. Estll Bishop, who has been con The infant child ol Mr. O. II. Wal-pfined to his bed for some time with la is very low, not expected to re gtlppe, is able to visit his nearest cover. "neighbor" again. Mr. A B. Grant went to Fordsville Mrs. Alice Faught will teach a Thursday. Mr. Jesse Miles, oi Owensboro, vissptlttg school at this place Mr. ). E. Curtis has bought the ited his parents here Saturday and farm, known ns the Dr. Miller farm Sunday. and will erect a dwelling house on the The school at Trlsler taught by Rev J. D. Hockcr, closed Friday. same. Mr, Howard Faught will move into Mr. I locker has made many friends here and the people regret to give his new residence this week. Mr. Lee Her, of Rockport, is vis! him up. The telephone "fever" is raging in ting his sitter, Mrs. D M, Park. Mr. S. B. Snell who accidentally this community. Almost every farm cut his foot with an ax, a few days house now has a box, and in a short ago, Is getting along very well time the whole neighborhood will be whirled into the huge vortex of the Rusty. telephone world. Among the latest OAK GROVE, KY. to procure phones are A. B, Grant, Mr. De Weese, C. T. and J. T. Measles' are in our neighborhood. Mr Charlie Mason nnd wife, Gray The people here are anxious to' son county, visited Mr. J. A. King vote er Whit-tinghlll. n SPie Only -l- jigPiiWay. (!) (!) (!) j The very best for the money the highest results of leading makers Is what you get In return for your uiauey at our store. It Is only what is rightly yours It's the result . your money should bring you in every purchase you make. We carryall the risks for you, if you make our store YOUR store. II an Item proves unworthy, we make it right withjou at once, for its only on this basis we your patronage. (!) T (!) (sfood MareFi 1 (D (!) timely arrival and skillful treatment of the punctured wound, doubtless saved the little fellow from an untimely death, He is getting along nicely now and we expect him well in a short time The singing at Mrs. N, J. Royal Thursday night was largely attended and much enjoyed by all. U. Guess. HowSho Walkod. "I was a constant su flerer from rheus matlsm. At one time I could walk only with a crutch. I read about Hood's Sarsaparilla and began taking it, and after the use of two bottles I was relieved. I have never been troubled with rheumatism since. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine I ever took." Miss Reid Ingram, Drake, Ky. know something about the that Sunday, h to be ttken on the Graded School The farmers have done nothing at Trisler. Tkle Phono. toward farming, et there have been CANE RUN, KY. some plant beds sown. Passed from time to eternity on the 2d int. Mrs Belle Egel. She was a Rev. II. T. Crowe will fill his regu member of the Christian church at lar appointment here the third Saturday and Sunday. Select. Mr. Willie Sanders and Mr. Elmer Mr. Luther Rogers was tbe guest of Miller will start to Evansville this your scribe recently. Born to the wife of Henry Spencer rise with their logs. Mr. Jo Park, of Clear Run, was in a boy. Mr. S. P. Ranney went to Select our midst last week. Born to the wife of Mr G. W. Wit-so- n Monday. n boy. Mr. W. C. Atbuckle who has been Born to the wife of Mr. Isaac Ward very low is improving. The la grippe has been very severe rip a girl. The singing at this place which in some families, but none proved to has been every Sunday night for some be fatal. Bro Price will fill his regular ap- time has been changed to Sunday pointment the first Sunday in April. evening. Mr. J. G. Wilson wasiu town MonThe officers of the church are to be day. ordained on that day. The preacher on the Rosine circuit Mr. S. P. Cope is going to move to . will preach at Salem the third Cromwell. Hoping that our next Governor Anderson. may be from Ohio county and wishCOURT NOTES" ing the Republican all the .success W. that could be wished. Circuit court convened Monday Sunday-evening- Values. The values we offer you will give a keen zest to your March buying you'll feel that you can hardly lay In too large a supply you can afford to anticipate your needs. Sheeting, Unbleached and Bleached Domestic, Diess Goods of every description. (I) (!) (1) (i) Special MarFi QlearanQe. a few too many of the items we list you it's out of our profits that tbe losses come, but we'll take the blame, and let you have tbegoods 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 (!) (!) (!) (!) A It's our own fault that we bought just it (!) (!) (!) (!) J' ' -- (!) and Flannels. Keep with our store through March, 1899. It's a growing store, aud the low prices we name will make your shopping profitable and pleasant. (!) SMALLHOUSE, KY. A very hard storm visited this part Hood's Pills are the only pills to of the country Friday night; unroottake with Hood's Srrsaparilla. 25c. ing several barns, and tearing down a lot ot fencing. JINGO, KY. Miss Rella Robertson returned Wednesday from Point Pleasant where Rev. J. T. Taylor failed to fill his she spent two or three weeks with regular appointment here last Sun- her grandmother, Mrs Cornelia Rob day. ertson, who is ill. Mrs. John Gray who has been on Mr. W. D. Maddox, who taught the the sick list for some time is no bet- public school at Alexander, has been ter. employed to continue the school two Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Armendt are months, the guest of Mrs. John Duke at this Mr Sam Morton is very sick. writing. Mr. R P. Ball has completed his Miss Bessie Shroader is on the sick dwelling and has moved into same. list. Rev G H Lawrence will preach at Mr. J. N. Gidcomb went to Roches- the Smallhouse church next Sunday ter last week. at 11 a. m. Mrs. Myrtle Cox Is quite sick at Mr. Awall Ball who has erysipelas this writing is able to go about on crutches. C. Mr. Tom Duncan visited his parents Marrlagos. in Daviess county last Saturday and Sunday. Elvis Henry, 23, Maxwell, to Eva Mrs. Belle Likens, who has been on the sick list for some, time is Improv- Turner, 20, Livermore. Addis Splnks, 22, Render, to Mel-viing. A. Turner, 19, Render. Mr Dick Wright is very low with D L. D Sandertur,3i, Beaver Dam, blood poison. Mr. Will and Henry Berry, ol to Katie Chapman, 27, McIIenry. Sylvester Clark, 21, Pleasant Ridge, Daviess county, visited relatives here to Minnie Westerfield, 22, Adaburg. last week. Elijah W. Fulkerson, 34, Render,to A sad accident happened here last Thursday at the stave mill, a block Rebecca J. Minton, 31, Render. S E. Nanney, 23, Paradise, to N. caught in the belt and flew and struck Aynla Wccrner In the head killing E. Brown, 17, Paradise. Pal Coots, 26, Sulphur Springs, to him almost instantly. It was hard to give him up, but God knows best Viola Davis, 20, Sulphur Springs. Claude Ward, 26, Hartford, to An Aynia was a good boy and will be nie Dooley, 20, Hartford. greatly missed. Plow Boy. na A Swain. W W Cook, W P Ashby, J P Moiton, Jas Westerfield, James Mmr.iy, Addis Martin, J T Moore. W R Chapman, L W Igleheaat, Wm R Chick, Henry Tnvlor, R It Thomson, J D Duke, W H Taylor, Reuben Bratcher, W. B.Tichenor. Henry King, The following attorneys ot Hat t ford bar are iu attendance at court: H P. Taylor, M. L. Heavrln, A C Tnj lor, Shelby Taylor, B D, Ringo, J. S. Glenn, Robt. D Walker, J E. Fogle, Frank L Felix, Perry Sinderfur. B Wihou, Jo II. Vickers, fohn Ed T Miller, E P Neal, V II Barnes, Lee Simmerman, Y L Moseley, R. R. Wedding, f. S R Wedding, B L Kelley, S. P. Roby, J. E Davidson, 3. P. Wooten, J E Rowe, II. H. Davis with Judge W. T. Owen on the bench ready to dish out justice to all liti gants. Monday morning was taken up with empaneling tbe grand jury, which is as follows: A! Hoi brook foreman, E. Hedden sheriff, Bazell H.Stewart, Alfred Dex ter, J W. Coleman, J. B Southard, Bazell W. Stewart, J. T. Wedding, Elisha Kirtley. Henry Bean.Cr.it Hud-so- n and Walker Park. The petit jury was empaneled on Tuesday morning with the following named gentlemen ns jurors: B F McCormick, John R Cooper, vsi gtrietly 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 taitor have them made by a house with a record If you make It the Edward Rose & Co make, you'll secure perfect satisfaction. I 9) M (I) (E (I) (Jarson ' - & (Jo. $ta'sics$os . (I) 4 I !Sfc'' a 1T " 1 - IM Sitflfe!! -- Mlmknt.." . I- s. 1 A -- JV ai 1 ..aliens Art 'JftfJjVvWJ V B iT - lu m pteft F" 5&tA wgisg" We come In haste.not so much on nc count of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we bad no cow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the fact that THEO. E.RECHTIN Has on hand at the present time, the best assortment of lumbers that can be found anywhere While we think of it, let us give you a few pointers on Visiting attorneys: Judges Little He buys In large quantities and in that way can get the very lowest price, ind Mnssie and Capt. Ellis, Owens We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with you. boro; Judge Johnson, Greenville. We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Applicants for license to practice: Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, etc., E. Woodward and E J Leach, Hartford; C. E. Smith, Ceralvo, and D. A. Royal, Magan. THEO. E. RECHTIN. Say "No" when a dealer offers you $100 Roward, $100. a substitute for Hood's Sarsapaiilln, There is nothing "just as good." The readers of this paper will t ) learn tbat there Is at least Get only Hood's. one dreaded disease that science has CENTERTOWN, KY. been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure We have been treated to some seis the only positive cure now known vere March weather, in fact on the to the medical fraternity. Catarrh night ot the 3d inst.' we had a severe being a constitutional disease, requites wind and hail storm, a constitutional treatment. Hall's Mr. Alvin Rowe has gone to wait Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act- on his brother, Martin Rowe, of ing directly upon the blood and mu- Spring Lick, who is very sick, but at cous surfaces of tbe system, thereby last reports was thought to be better destroying the foundation of the disW. A. Rone and L. C. Brown are ease, and giving the patient strength in Evansville on a business trip by building up tbe constitution and L C, Morton has purchased the Dr. assisting nature in doing its work. Chapman drug store, and Erna MorThe proprietors have so much faith in ton, who is now attending school in its curative powers, that they offer Louisville, will take charge ot the One Hundred Dollars for any case that store in April, it falls to cure. Send for list of Test! Mr. Byron Petty, ol Fordsville, has monlals. Address, accepted a position with I Foster, of F. T. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O. this place in a dry goods More, and Sold by Druggists, 75c. while placing some glass ware, re Hall's Family Pillaare the best. ceived a severe cut on one hand by a B ai broken glass CENTRAL GROVE, KY. Mr Jo Dexter, who liveabelow here and has been sick for some time U Mud and rain is the order of the Improving slowly day. Rowe and Morton have sold to G The protracted meeting which was W. Rone a house and lot on Main held at the church by Revs. Danks, street. Williams and Maddox, closed a tew Our farmers are far behind with days ago with much success, being their work, have no oats sown, and 22 professions and 21 additions to tbe but few have plant beds ready. church. Mr Ed James nnd son, Finis, vlss The health of this community is Itcd relatives here last week. good with tbe exception of a few cases Hurrah for Dick Jamagln, Sr. of la grippe. Sun, meeting has been organized Prayer at the church to meet every Sunday SHREVE, KY. For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house pattsrn. Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, Evansville, Ind. 1'nlent Asrul for lite Hml lar Cnlnlecn. THEO- - 3E3. IFLEJOIITIlNr, lllrra. lis THIS YOUR llt ( J 5 NOTICE for the Benefit of the Cyclone at Barrett's Ferry, Ky., PR 1R1 "Every morning I have a bad taste in my mouth; my tongue is coated; my head aches and I often feel dizzy. I have no appetite for breakfast and what food I at distresses me. I have a heavy feeling In my stomach. I am setting to weak that sometimes 1 tremble and my nerves are all unstrung. 1 m ofttlno nle ind thill. 1 am as tired In the morning as at night." What does your doctor say? "You are suffering from Impure blood." What ia his remedy? Has rushed In on G. B. Miles' Entire Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries and Gents Furnishing Goods and has Blown the Prices Down Below Zero. I have enlargeJ and repaired my house and am now in better position to give ray customers bargains than I have ever been since I have been in business. I begau business 2)i years ago with a $150.00 stock. I have Increased to $1,500 00 and owe the praise of same to my customers. When I first began I sold at 25 and 50 per cent. proGt. I went on tbat way some time and reduced my profits to 15 and 25 percent, and then reduced to i2 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 uy bills and do what I say and will also explain why I can do it. FIRST Bear in mlud that I get salary enough from the railroad corns pany as agent for them and from the postoffice to pay all my family expenses and rent. SECOND By this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can my bills and the discount will piy the freight on my goods and pnt them in the shelves. THIRD My receipts now are $400000 month and at I2 percent. I make clear $50.00 a month and now if I can get my trade doubled and my receipts run $800 00 a month, you ser 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 Prices 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 iu trade on delivery or 20c and 24c cash on delivery. dis-cou- rv mt imw . '"..M-consti- before buying and I will show you that you can save money and gtt the Best Goods that you ever bought lor the money. I have the nicest line ol Shoes and 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 ut 3c a yard and values in everything that I carry. 2. Ib No 7 sugar for $1 00 Atbuckle coftre at 1 ic. Thanking you for post favors and soliciting a conllnuar.ee ol same, I am, yours always ready to please. Consult Your goods ndsr) And coma price my and M aeh Other '"i ; night. Miss Zslla Heflln has returned to her home in Centeitown, after a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. U. S, Fought, ol this neighborhood 'Old Red" says he is going to the widow's as soon as winter breaks. Miss Ella Ross, of McIIenry, is vis Itlng friends and relatives In this com tnunlty. Rev. Joshua Miller will preach at Mr, 9. II Phillips has sold hit farm B. Butler. Mr. John Smith, who has been re cently discharged from the army, was in this neighborhood Wednesday, Mr. P. R. Moxley and Mr. Stephen Phillips have been viewing land jiear They contemOwent boro this week plate moving theu sometime soon, Mr. OscarArtustrongwaain Fords- - toMr.T. pated bowels If you expect tbe Sarsaparilla to do' Us best work. But Aycr's Pills cure constipation. We have a book on Paleneas and Weakneaa which you may have for the asking. " rou must not nave These Prices Begin February 20, 1899 and continue balance ol the vear. - ' WrHa to our Dootmr. l'trtupi joa woulJ Ilk to eonintt tiutntnl plirilcUui boui your coitdl. tton. IVrlio ni trtttr ll IK prtloulr In ;our out. Yeuvlllioctlvaaproaipl ranlv. . Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded, it is of first importance to get your naming m uic liciiooi mm sianua in ine very irunt ranic. 5Fie Bryant & Straiion SaBiness (Polleae, a.otiiNVii.r.E, ni'..vri'iKV, Seven experienced teachers, each one a iqiecialist In SHORTHAND, his line. Graduates of this college preferred by bual TELEGRAPHY, J ness houses Write lor a beautiful book Riving tts-- i tlmonlals from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United States It will be mailed to j ou FREE. 28 BOOK-KEEPIN- A Seisin ss rdae&fion 1 -, PRICES GO DOWN! " Trust Not to Appearances. " You can't loose anything if you call at Fair & Go's and look over the big stock and extraordinarily low prices ottered by them. They must ' soon movo to their new quarters. Don't want to move the goods, hence we put cut prices in every department. ISC for Turkey Red Table Linen, 17iat which seems hard to bear may be a great Messing. nrsday. Let us take a lesson from the The "goodies" that Wecker and rough weather of Spring. It Uonhommc are making are just is doing good despite appear- simply grand, To sec them makes one hungry. ances. Cleanse the system R. C, Sutphin, Jeweler, will repair thoroughly; rout out all your watches, clocks, etc, in order and impurities from the blood Rive satisfaction. guarantee them to with that greatest specific, For the very best tonsorial work, Hood's Sarsaparllla. call ou Bullington, the barber. He first-cla- ss A small lot of men's boots to close ft. 25. $1 50 and $2.00, lormer price ft. 50, $2.00 and $2,50 at Carson & Co's. Messrs. A. W. Davidson, Beaver Dam, and H. F. Allen, Horse Branch were among our many callers Wed - at Royal r Absolutely 'Pure ftOTH MIIWO Baking Powder HELP WANTED TO REDUCE OUR WINTER STOCK Makes the food more delicious and wholesome fro. CO., Wtw VO.K. picas-ou- Prof S. C call Monday. Stevens made us a t a v" LITERARY AND SOCIAL EVENTS. MISS Before Spring Opens and Spring Styles Blossom I Tobacco cotton ic per yard. ATm AUSTIN, firtor. Carson & Co. worth ioc. ioc for Good Cotton Jeans, worth 15 cents. 5c Tor Good Shirtings, worth 7c. 5c for Best Apron Ginghams, worth 6 cents. 6c lor Good Dress Ginghams, worth 8 cents. Good Dtesch, no starch, 5c. White Carpet Warp 15c. Colored Carpet Warp iS'ic Good Brown Cotton, by bolt, AC Goal Linen Crash, 5c. $175. Good Towels, ioc a pair. Men's Shirts, big line, 50c none less man 75c. Bed Tick 36 inch 7c. Men's Heavy Shoes, $1.00. Good Feather Tick, 15c. Men's Fine Shoes. Si. 00. Men's Heavy Socks, 5c. Ladles' Grain, button or lace, shoes Ladles' I'leeced hose ioc, worth 15c ft, 00. h Dozen Ladles' Seamless joc hose 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's Suits $ 2.50, worth $4.00. Men's Good Boots, now $i.2Q,wortb Co Instead of glecplces nights, with con' sequent Irrit.iuleness and an undone, tired feeling, you will havo n tone and a bracing air that will cnablo you to enter into every day's work with pleasure. Remember, Hood's Inevtr disappoint). 8crofula Bunches -- "An operation lipx:d my son temporarily (or scrofula bunches on tils nrck, but Hood's 8arapa rllla caused them to disappear entirety." Mas. Ltwu A. Cahit.-itcSI Watlsworth Street, Hartford, Conn. Catarrh" I have hid no return of the catarrh which troubled mo for years, since Hood's Sarsaparllla cured me." .Mrs. Joe Martin, Washlncton 8t., Ogdensburg, N. Y. Dyspepsia- -" Nothing relieved me of my dyspepsia until I took Hood's Sarsaparllla. It cured me and I can eat three Rood meali every day, I Rive It to my children every sprlnc." Krid l'oiiiLm, 437 South Penna Street, Indianapolis, Ind, i, 3l00d6 SaUabaMl IPMI !! li ' Mr. Thos Baize, Gilstrap neighborhood, died ol consumption last Friday. His remains were laid in New Zion Moore & Sanderfur, the new gro- graveyard Sunday in the presence of cery men, kindly invite the people of large concourse- of sorrowing friends Hartford and Ohio county to give and relatives. them a call. Pate's old stand. It has been reported that the people Mr Charles Stevens, father of Prof. of Beaver Dam are deserting the town S, C. Stcvans.of Beaver Dam, who on account of meningitis, but it is has been critically ill for sometime, wholly untrue. There has only been one or two supposed cases of that diswe are glad to report improving. ease in that community and there Is Ralph Bingham, the great humor- no alarm whatever among the people. ist, will entertain In Hnrtford, Friday We have just received a carload of evening, March 24. Everybody should Harrows, Cultivators and make use of this opportunity to hear Plows, Drills of the best make to be had and him. are prepared to save you money on The Render Baptist church, at Ren- all kinds of machinery. Call and see der, Ky., will be dedicated on the 5th us before buying. Agents for Sunday in April, 1899. The Rev. G the King of harvesting A. Bennett, ofFairview, Ky., will of machinery. ficiate. Henry Field & Son. tf has elegant quarters, the best of tools, and will fix you up in style. tf - The Nineteenth Century Circle was 8o,lf thero is anything in our stock that 70 u want to save money on, now is to meet with Mrs. O. M. Shullz. tho timo to buy. Tho Biggest Discounts ever recorded is now taken oft" of our Only two member were present. No program was rendered. They meet entire stock and this year we havo done the unprecedented thing of reducing the eighteenth with Miss Birdie Nail. values where goods arc the most salable. Do you appreciate this to tho extent of a purchase? Thereisno time to stop and think. Act NOW. Don't let your neighbor get the cream of tho bargains when you can got goods at such low figures. Good calicoes from 3c to Gc. Nice drees and apron checked ginghams for Ic. Yard wido bleach cotton (no lime in it) v it fc. Nico plaid cottons at 4c. Good heavy domestic at ic. Nice 10.4 sheeting at 18c. Turkey red table linen, 16c. Plaid table linen, 35c. White table linen from The Woman's Club met last Saturday afternoon with Mrs. E. B. Pen 25c to 75c. Good heavy shirting cottons at 7c. Bed ticking 15c, (guarandleton. Only four members, were teed to hold feathers). We can't mention every article in our Staple De. present and not constituting a quorum they had no meeting. A call meeting partment, but there are bargains in it for you. Now a word in regard to our was held Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. H. P. Taylor's. They meet toThe Hartford Girls Club was to meet with Miss Mary Keown, but owing to the rain and mud only three members were present They meet to morrow afternoon at the same place and will render the same program of March 4th. morrow alternoon with Miss Maggie Nail. Same program as last Saturday. V NOTION DEPARTMENT. V THESE ARE VALUES THAT CONVINCE: Prices that will make merchandise move. There's real worth in offerings like these for hard cash. HiyxTi Hill raw Ht.rllli.lli. notilf rlUllnic n only f iiirtl to liTiVWlth lloid'. H.rniurllS If in need of enlarged portraits, call at Schroder's Floating Studio and see samples and prices on best grades only. His place of business is headquarters for such work. tf Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH Spring ginghams 5c to 10. Field & Son have secured an extra stable and now have ample room to accommodate all their customers. The politest attention and the best of Saturday. feed lor your horses. Mr. Win, H. Lewis died of meningitis at his home in Beaver Dam Saturday and was buried at Meadow Lawn, just below Louisville Sunday. Mr. Lewis had a chill Wednesday night, but did not call a physician until Thursday morning, but so rapid was the development of the dreaded disease that he died about 2 o'clock we x,oog, investigate. 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. If it docs, yoiD Visit us at once and we our prices below any baited prices than may be given you. Truly, aik guarantee Schroeter, the leading Green river Photographer, is now at Hartford. Mr. Joshua Render, of McIIenrv. is Call and see his work. His Photo Buttons are the fad of the day, also dangerously ill. his Photos are finer than ever. A new lot of Umbrellas, soc to James Yerbreck, a popular old fishat Carson & Co's. erman and trapper, of Rochester, met New Percals for early sprlnc waists an untimely denth last Saturday after noon, says a special to a Louisville at Carson & Co's. paper. He was eighty nine years Leave your stock with Likens & old. Ross when in Hartford. ti Moore & Sanderfur, successors to Mr. L. Rogers, of Select, made us a Pate Bros., have replenished their alpleasant call yesterday. ready large stock of groceries and now have a complete stock of everything Mr. Chas. Field, of Island, was in in their line Give them a call. Next town Monday on business. door to Carson & Co's. Leitchfield had three distinct earth We have a lot of ladies Button quake shocks last Tuesday. Shoes, former price $3.00 and $3 75, Mr. John Pate, ol Gosheu neighbor to close at the uniform price of J2.00. AIf o ladies Clover Leaf shoes, former hood, was in town Wednesday. price $200 to $2.25, will close at Farming implements of all kinds. ft. 50. Ask to see them. for sale by Henry Field & Son. Carson & Co. son & Co's. Mr. John Westerfield. of Maean. Last Friday night a furious storm died last Friday of pneumonia. swept over the Western and Southern portions of the county doing great Prof. J. L. Elmore and Mr. Jerome dimage to fencing and other property. Allen at this office Wednesday. Its greatest force was felt southwest Mr. Jos. Hunter, Sulphur Springs. of Prentis, where, besides damages to fencing and timber, a number oi barns Is dangerously ill of pneumonia. were unrooted. Hon. S. P. Roby was elected spe Little Mertle Ashby, daughter of cial judge by the bar Wednesday. n, Mr Cristopher Ashby, of near died Monday night, and was Miss Lee Chinn Is conducting a sue buried Thursday at Walton's creek cessful spring school at McIIenry. cemetery. About three weeks ago Mr. R. L. Her. of Rocknort. visited her clothing caught fire while standhis father, Mr R. T. Her, Wednesday ing near the grate and the burn then resulting caused her death. Mr. T. J. Acton, of Sulphur Sprlncs, called to see us while in town yesterRev. J W. Vallandingham, pastor day. of the Baptist church, will be in town next Sunday and will preach at The Democratic State convention usual hours. The subject for the the will be held at Louisville, June 21 morning discourse will be: "The next. condition on which we receive much Likens & Ross will erive your stock nteded help lrom the Lord." The especial attention when you come to evening subject is "Counting the conrt, tf cost." All Invited to attend. r2c at Car Mr. Noble Bean, a farmer, living at Sulphur Springs, turned eighteen bead ot cattle into a clover field last November and within two day eight of them died. It was thought at the time they were killed by eating frozen clover. The pasture had not been used since, until last week when Mr. Bean turned cattle into it again which resulted In the loss of two more. Mrs. Elizabeth Nicely, of Buford, sister oi Mrs. Amanda Nance, of this place, whose illness was reported in last week's paper, died on the 2d Inst, ot pneumonia, instead of la grippe. Her remains were laid in the Green Briar cemetery to await the resurrect tlon. She leaves many relatives and friends to mourn their loss. We extend sympathy to the bereaved ones. FsufiJEE? 3s CO. mm iiiiii 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, s is at hand. We are headquarters for first-clas- new Clover, Timothy, Red Top, Orchard and Blue Grass. Homestead Fertilizer for Tobacco plant beds, Gardens, &c. Horso Shoe Brand for oats, clover, corn, &c. These goods are TIME-TRIEno 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 Racket" will interest you. Bring Corn, Pork, Hams, Chickens, Eggs, c. Best prices paid. KE-CLEANE- D D, Aynia Wocrner, a young man about Mr, J, H. Baize, of Balzetown, who has been sick for some weeks, is able seventeen years old, was accidentally killed at Kopp's stave factory near to be out. Jingo last week. Young Wcnrner was All kinds of job printing done in at work at the stave factory when a first class style and on short notice at heavy triangular shaped block of wood this office. cut of! at the equalizing saws (ell on the drive belt which hurled the block Esq. H. B. Taylor called Wednes with terrific torce, striking the young day and extended good wishes to the man on the head. He died in about KurunucAN. thirty minutes after the accident. The very freshest and best groceries in the market can be found at Moore & Sanderfur's. The RnpunLiCAN is the recorrnlzed advertising medium of the Green Kiver country. Danger Do Mrs. Martin Collins, of Memphis, Tenn,, is the guest of her sister, Mrs McDowell Fair. We have turned out several of the best jack bills this week ever printed in this county. Mr. David Gentry, a highly respect ed citizen of the Prentls country, is very lowol la grippe. every change In the Does your throat feel raw? And do sharp pains dart through your you take cold with For the best results advertise in the Rkwbucan and thereby reach Ohio county's best people. H. B, Carson is In the East buying goods for the enterprising firm oi Carson & Co. Mr. Good homes wanted for a boy 12 years old and girl 16 years of age. Apply to Judge Miller. 34 Mrs. Dr. E ft. Pendleton and Mrs. f. S. Glenn were welcomed callers Wednesday at this office. Mr. Chas. Brown, of New Albany, Ind , has accepted a position in E. L. Bullington's barber shop. For fresh bread at all hours, call on Wecker & Bonhomme, Pioprletors tf City Bakery, Haittord, Ky. The Hopklnsville Steam Laundry uses the "Dcz it" machine to move the rough edges off of collars, Mr R R. Wedding was called to Louisville yesterday evening on ac count of sickness lu bis family. weather? I, HOOKER &COu MARCH AND THE LION Somothing Bettor Than The Old Saw. Hon of COLLEGE NOTES. School is progressing nicely in spite the cold weather. The two societies are arranging to have an open session at the close of the terra, March 24th. Those who are taking the Teacher's Course are undergoing another exam inatlon this week. Miss Pearl Holbrook who has been absent on account of sickness, returned to school Wednesday, Mr. Howard Ellis, one of the former pupils, visited the College Monday The saying the and the lamb chest? Don't you know these are danger signals which point to pneumonia, bronchitis, or consumption Itself? If you are ailing and have lost flesh lately, they are certainly danger signals. The question for you to decide Is, "Have I the vitality to throw off these diseases?" Don't wait to try SCOTT'S EMULSION "as a last resort." There Is no remedy equal to It' for fortifying the system. Prevention Is easy. V In March often proves false, but there is another and a better one which Is literally true, When March comes in and finds you taking Hood's Smap arilla to purify, enrich and vitalize your blood, you may expect, when it goes out, that it will leave you Tree from that tired feeling and with nose ol the bolls, pimples and eruptions which manliest themselves because oi impure blood in the spring. If you have not already begun taking Hood's Sarsaparllla for your spring medicine, we advise you to begin to day, We assure you it will make you feel better all though the coming Scott's Emulsion prevents consumption and hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood. SCOTT'S EMULSION Is the one standard remedy for Inflamed throats and lungs, for colds, bronchitis and consumption. It Is a food medl cine of remarkable power. A food, because It nourishes the body; and a medicine, be cause It corrects diseased conditions, 50c. SCOTT & i summer, URH A COLD IN OKK BAT and Fever is a bottle of Grova's Tast Butler county's sheriff. Mr. C P. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab less Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; Johnson, died ol meningitis last Sun lets. All druggists refund money if then why experiment with worthless day at his borne, eigne miles from It falls to cure, asc The genuine tf imitations? Price, 50c Morgantown, tMtt. has L. B. Q. on morning. Miss Fannie Cox Is absent from A lew Mcintosh coats to close at school this week because of sickness. $1 25and$2 50, former price $ 1 75 and Miss Edith Carson, who has been 4 00. Cakson & Co. visiting friends in Louisville, returned We have reduced the price of coal at to school this week. Miss Ruth Shults visited her par. the Dr. Miller bank from xyic to 3c. W. A Miu.hr & Bro. ents Saturday and Sunday and has 36 been unable to return on account of Rev. Silas Newton Is holding a se the inclemency of weather. X rles of meetings at Goshen, and asm sisted by Rev. McAfee, ol Kirkman- sTit for Chills But rrerlHUu vllle. drujgUt". BOWNE, Ch.ml.ti, N.w .11 nj i.co, Yfk Last Sunday afternoon as the shades a?Don't forget to bring us your Eggs and Feathers. of evening were approaching, there passed from time to eternity, from earth to n peaceful home in the Be, yond, one ol the country's best and noblest young men in the person oi Bennle Chinn, of the Liberty corns j? munlty. At the nge of five his father died leaving the care ot home and V ...Is H... mother to him and a younger brother. vfilt 3 rik Economical Writing Machine. A With a zeal that ever characterized the nobleness of the young man they Constructed on scientific pHndpttt inj y met every responsibility that devolv of simple pirts, II Is the most Jarsbtt A mAchtnimtdc. Repjtr Hits trt reduced to ed upon them. Through their untirV the mlnhrmm. It Is tht Best Vilac Writer. ing energy and industry they made a Mr. C f WMtcilntr'a hnardinc V -. J.L S. 4.J ".,.(home ol happiness and plenty. Mr. hiMisp. fiej trl fitrppt. T.nu!ivill(. In the Chinn was about 28 years old and died SWP" nt Smith Premier Typewriter Company, $ He leaves a young capital place for Ohio county people of consumption. wile, a devoted brother and a bost ot 10 stop wnue in ine city, uesi ji.oo 412 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky tf lriends to mourn his loss. To the be- per day house in the city. reaved relatives and friends the Re On tho Warpath. publican extends profoundest sympa thy. At the Democratic State Central Committee meeting at Lexington yes COURT. CIRCUIT terday Jack Chinn approached Charles Ordered that the following cases be Bronston and asked him it he had a gun. Bronston replied: "I have not, set down for jury trials: but can damn quick get on." Bron7tb day, Monday, March 13, Goods, ston returned in a few minutes with a D Olin vs R C James. 3475, E 3672, F A Bonita vs J W A Myers. vicious looking gun, but Chlnn's irlends had locked him In a room at 3673, A B Baiid vs J S Coleman. Chinn and Bronston had 3720, W H Lyons vs Fordaville his hotel. on friendly Shoes, &c., &c., terms since not been Block Coal Company. Bronston as attorney for a widow lady W P Graves vs M V Camp-fiel3753. some time ago secured a jndgment against Chinn and charged Chinn 8th day, Tuesday, March 14. 3767, H C Leack &c vs John Echols. with putting his property in the of bis wile and son to avoid 3749, Leila R Gray vs Fordsville hands payment of his debt. The real cause Banklag Company. sold 3782, W B Render Ex'r vs E D of the trouble was doubtless due to the fact that Jack Chinn is a close Walker. close busi3803, Geo N Baize Adm'r vs I C R friend ol Goebel whom Charles Bronston Is opposing for Governor. Chinn RCo. of ness, 3819, Mariah Morton vs Savllla sent Bronston word that the trouble was over only for the day and a kill Taylor. ing may occur at the next meeting of 9th day, Wednesday, March 15, 3827, D E Patterson vs Virgil Dav- these belligerent Democratic htates men. Chinn was placed under $5,000 idson. 3830, Belle Franklin vs F L Smith. bona to keep tne peace. 3834, I P Barnard vs Sarah AHlnes. 383s, H C Watkins vsTK Newton. Don't Experiment. goods 3843, Maud Hurt vsVirgil Davidson, When grip atUcks a person oi nerv loth day, Thursday, March 16. 3846, P R Kelly vs Ed Davidson. ous temperament there is usually a 3859, B F Klrtley vs David Kelly. great depression of spirits, the pa , 3866, W M Hefiln vs Niagara In-tient la plunged in despair, and no surance Company 3867, W M Htflin vs Germania In- amount oi argument or raillery has surance Company. any efiort on his misery. The man or 3920, M C Walingsley vs J PMorton. woman whose nerves become so shatHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. nth day, Friday, Match 17. 3877, G W Wecker vs Western Un tered that it is a torture to remain in bed, and the night is passed in a vain Ion Telegraph Company. 3881, H D Smith vs I C R R Co. attempt to get a little sleep Is on the 3882, Mary J Hardin vs M S Thomp. down grade to nervous prostration, son. Insanity and death. There is no time 3883, Felix Poole vs Lon Calloway. then toexperimeut with new and un 3961, Wade Daniel vs Geo Baize. 1 2 tli day, Saturday, March 18. tired remedies. Neglect or delay In 3885, Sarah Hardin vs Elisha Hull. this respect may prove a fatal misFor another season. We have threo reasons for not wishing to do 10. 38S6, Geo Cheap vs Luther Chinn. take. First We need the room for our spring stock. Second Goods do 3888, J K Oglesby vs Alex Curtis. Dr Miles' Nervine is the best of all 3891, C M McDaniel vs I C R R Co. not Improve with sge. Third We can use the money invested In medicines for "the nervons, tired out 3893, Sam Edge vs Jack Ralph. 13th day, Monday, March 20, and sleepless victim of the grip, just them to a better advantage. Therefore we will 3900, W G Tucker vs John Riley. as It is the best remedy tor all other Tramel Ileatty vs I C R R Co. 3902, weaknesses and disorders of the nerv3907, Wade Daniel vs Mose Hudson, ous system. It attacks the minute Marlln Keith vs R J Daniel. 3909, germs of Impurity clustered in the 3910, J W Sharp vs Wm Thomas, 14th day, Tuesday, March 21. blood and thoroughly routs them out The followmg lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Fiaanels. WinterBoots 391 1, Robt Matthews vs W M Warof every hidden corner oi the body. den. and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods, This is no catch. We was extremely nervous and al3915. J M Hoover vs Henry Wester though I doctored with several physi meni business. Come, examine and see f or youselves, field. ' 3919, Jcob Welter vs KT Williams. clans I could not gain strength. My 3921, II C Leach vs I C R R Co. nerves became so co mpletely unstrung 3922, Joseph Miller vs I C R R Co. that I could scarcely sleep at all, and day, Wednesday, March 22. 15th 3926, Hiley Taylor vs I C R R Co, I thought I should surely die. I be3931, James W Shaver vs Robert gan taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and Plummer. In less than a week I was feeling very 3922, R W Klnnlnmouth vs S M much better. After taking six bottles Reld &c. I was completely restored to health." 3933, Same vs J M Reld &c. C. E. IIackbtt, Greene, N. Y. 3934, Tramel Ueatty vs I C R R Co, l Hon.D.I.Brrsvtr.riutlctof U.S.Suprcm Court, WEBSTER'S 16th day, Thursday, March 33. I A trial package of Dr. Miles' favoryt I coinmoail it to nil m the out) great C R R Co. 3938, J W Wilson vs I treatment for the grip, containing INTERNATIONAL Mill Co vs I C ite It cxctli In the rasa with which the CTOflad. the 3939, Helfrlck Saw of Dr. Miles' Nervine, Dr. Miles' Anti word oiiiiht i In accuracy of definition In effect RRCo. DICTIONARY ive method of lixlicutlriir pronunciation s In tciw Ohio county. Pain Pills, will be sent absolutely free 3940, Sam T Barnett vs of UcU ami In and compruht'otlro practical wui woralnir dictionary. of cost to any person sending name 3941, J W Ford vs Ohio county. Sixciiiun poors, tie., Knt on iijij.IIciiKum. 3946, Zlbe Mauzy vs Ohio county, and addres on a postal card, reques-tinj. St C MtrtUm Co.. Puhlulxii, SpriojftU, Uui, U. 8, A. court casks, the sample, and mentioning the Por3928, John A Parker vs Hardin name of this paper. Address Dr. ter. S. A, Andkrson, Clerk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart.lnd. The Entre Nous met last Friday evening with Miss Edna Griffin. The following program was carried out nicely: The blowing up of the Maine, S. S. Cox. My experience as a Telephone Constructor, Chas. Griffin. Music, Miss Fogle. Unce upon a time, Miss Austin. Original Poem, N. K. Morris. That Old Sweetheart of Mine, A. D. Buskill, Music, Miss Austin. A dream of the Future, Miss Fogle. My Sweetheart and My Dog, Z. Wayne Griffin. Paper, Miss Etta Thomas. A committee was appointed to see delinquent members. A call meeting for the young men was called for Monday evening. The club adjourned at 9:30 to meet with Miss Nola Her the 17th. The social part of the evening was most pleasantly spent. Games and music being thechlet amusements, while many found some obscure corner for a social chat. About 10:30 refreshments were served aid it is needless to say they were enjoyed, for what a pleas ure it was to sit there refreshing ones self listening to the patter of the rain and conversing with friends. The rain fell heavily until most midnight, when we bade our kind hostess good night and expressing to her how much we had enjoyed our club meet with her. Visitors present were Mrs. R. T. Collins, Mr. A. E. Pate and wife and Mr. Charlie Brown. The next meeting will be a "Tacky" meet ing. Each member will be required to dress in tacky costumes aud if not will not be admitted by the door keeper. The program will be carried out A prize will be in like manner. awarded to the tackiest young lady and gentleman. Each member is most cordially and earnestly invited to be present. V You can buy a good pair of ladies' black hose for 6c. A good corset from 15c 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 price. Also a nice lino of percal shirts which will go at half price. Wo aie 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 81.00. Five pairs boys' boots, sizes 3 to 5, for $1.05. Ladies' heavy button and lace shoes 81.00. A few pairs of ladies' medium weight shoes, sizes 3, 31 and 4, to close out nt 75c. Clothing Department. We have only a few more overcoats left and they must be sold. We will sell you a 85 one for 82.50, a 83 one for 82, a 82.50 one for 81.50. Don't wait and havo to pay more for them next winter. In order to make room lor our Spring Stock of Boys' and Men's Clothing, we are selling the remnant stock of suits at half price. Don't put oft" buying, but come at once and get theee bargains. So thanking you for past favors and hoping to do more,busN ness with you in the future, wo are YOURS RRSPEXOTRUIaLaY, T- - EL POQ-L- B & CO. The Smith Premier Typewriter I rV- CLOSING OUT SALE! The entire Large Stock of Dry Clothing, Carpets, Gents Furnishings, Hats, of . Has been moved to at and below where they will be cost to out and settle up the senior member the firm the having recently died. & CO BACH EED FRONT, the Call and Get For these a Bargain must and will be Sold Regardless of Prices A. BACH & CO., oods Over We do not Jbelieve In (parrying CLOSE OUT AT COST 'I $. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. stuU-meu- g ljtojlff trlr vj. nftsw mtiiifiiigiifii iiiiiiiinir.iir"1"Tr mr mirrf "" Alu&lChK yrhj fcmyn , - ' .A. .Jul.. Hood'9 Pills from Rqujsq ih& Liver lag the first Cascarer. I bars bad no trouble yiltu this ailment. Wo cannot speak too Lleli Jy of Cawarets " Fnco Waiitmam. 6708 Qerm&nlowD Arc, Philadelphia, a liar and had been brought to coutt to answer. NaIn Virginia, by the law of 1895 1896, Ave prepared FRIDAY, MARCH 10. a man who calls another man n liar ture's mild laxatives, and ii guilty of n misdemeanor, nnd on while centle arc reliable The leal name of the wilier should conviction may be Gned not more than and efficient. They accompany encli communication, to $25. insure publication. In Georgia It is slander, punishable Remittance may be made by Post Office Money Order, Registered Let by (t,ooo fine or a year In the peniCure Sick Headache, Bil- tcr, Bank Check or Otaft tentiary, or both, to evil a man a liar iousness, Sour Stomach, Correspondence intended for publU unless you can prove that he is one In and Constipation. Sold chtion or on business connected with which case you can get clear. The everywhere, 25c. per box. the office, to insure prompt attention, Georgia court hold that a He constishould be addressed to Tun Rnrunu- l,rtrartdbjC.I.Hoo(l.Co.,Lcmell,MaJj. tutes the first blow and justifies n CAN. Tart RkpudlicanIs mailed regular violent response. ly to its subscribers until a definite In Arkansas passing the lie is a order to discontinue it is received and misdemeanor punishable by n fine til arrears ore paid In lull Till! Rn In Mississippi insulting words are is $t per rar li paid in ad runr.ICAN "nrniraliatl pimple on lierfarr. but vance, but il not paid in advance will c vlllv actionable. In South Carolina ha nas boon taking CASUAltKl'S aud tlicv be $1.25 per year hays U disappeared. I Lad brcn troubled and West Virginia the same TTltti constipation (or some time, but alter Ink Hartford Republican. A GHOST STORY! Witnesses Testify to Return of the Dead Man. Mrs. Bruco Soos Uor Husband Sitting Boforo nFlroand Falls In a Faint. The usually quiet and staid village of Wnveily comes to the lront this It is week with a sensational ttory about no less nn event that the startling visitation from realms superna tural ol a spirit to the thr c cell ex of bis late earthly earthly sutlenng and pilgrimage The circumstances of the ghostlv vilt and the character for veracity nl the wttnts e In the case admit ot btnall doubt that the occurrence actuallj ha pencil, ortbatfeev-ern- l reputable people have 'been the il' tin icni ciii d cure nir '1 r dmgiMst suggested Dr King's Du- covery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and t) her delight f Hind her self benefittid from fust d is in it- - use nnd titer taking c inti'-ueb tiles, urd nercif oundnnl tl an now d'es her own h as well its she ever was - I'r e In buttle of this Great Discovery at J Williams' Drug Store Only 50 cents and $1 on evcrv bott e gu irautee I -1 -' 1 ressinij for a Sunday Dinner S -- -v - v ' - UMio PIMPLES CANOY a fir- -t cUa- - sniunil in work every respect will sell her for n re sonnble price- - csh iron tune If on time, partv tn t!ive note with uppr-ed security. Apply nt tills office tl 1 filittn hands high broke to ndemd One Ir n 0 IIIIINll.K, ly Mre, five yeats old, been yours, has boruo tho signature of and liiv boon mndo under his por- -. sj&ffy-f--i P" Hoiml supervision since Us Infancy. utf7y, CUCA4ti Allow no 0110 lo deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Substitutes nro but that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children lixpcrlcnco against Experiment. In tiso for over JO Kind Yon Have Always llought, and which h j iW70 mt v : kaJi.' I.iii-i- r. AWAKE 16 YEARS. Guaranteed tobacco liubtt euro, makes weak men alrong, blood pure. 00c, II. All druc gists, . for Ulty Cents. - ihadimauk Bioiennto Ploatsnt, Palaiablp, l'otent. Tatte Rood 1X Good, Merer Sicken. VeakcD,crOlt 10c fec.Mtt ... ft If fill f ... CURE CONSTIPATION. R4r rpnf . niCr Nslrsl, Si ttflt "Jl lin.Tn.nAf Sold nntlgtiBrsntPaMLr all drug nU'lU'UAU liu to CVJCl Tobacco Habit- - GRDV FS wttfi HRok5JfiyBw!aC TASTELESS uefc I8JUSTA3C00D FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE OOcts. fct JirUMJ.clnaCo., BoldLouis. GnUement-iW- o lait Q A L ATI A, 11 CHI LL T DNIC LS.( Mo. yenr, CO0 bottlai of IIKOVKS TASTELKSfl CHILL TOM C and bivaa groat already this year. laalloarex-IiimanetilvithtUiraa 14 of reirt. la tbe drug buslocM, bare li tver sold an art I da that tare mcb unlreraal aatLf licUoa as your Tuulo- - Tours trulr. ADNxr.CARR &CC Not. IS, 1893. For sale by J. H. Williatrs. It nut with yoa whether yon eoMinoe tb Ma ivauiiu ivuatii D1UI1, ftJU VaUJsV iinufii inriirior(ODftC(.aa Wim irB-!" ? .cficw0 lnfaatlth and pod Use, pnrifiei tbe blood, tores ioit inivpDooa n VWl! -- Hkl iftAbi Clrll W.m4 n nai m jt.t lUtc. cUrirurtil huv NO'lO UArfrtmi Awn aims? it lit who - IllTOurhform Takoltr-lliij,pi.niiy,r.ri'l!.etitiT tin? I. uibI1j cures, 3 boaei.Jt M "vii.vaii lis must Itautftl, Mi mmi ,r' "l 01 - 1 I 51 ilJ-Ml-d . k IV BB'yi.A.n 400.000 JT5 I.ri. you In the Tico aWeek l than in auy other paper publiehed both hi quality aud quantity. Courier-Journa- 104 Papers Ons Year for 0 Cents. Courier-JourrThe Twice is tbe equal ot many dailies, nnd tbi superior of all other papers. It print more real news, more good cats mat ter, mor good stories, than riny other Issued Wednesday and Saturday. A Stinpli Kood coiiimid"iuii to ajrenta copies free on application, Wiitoto Courior-Journal i.oriM n.t.t By , in--. Company, a Special Arrangement You Can Gel Tha fiarlford fepcibliean w.ce a wee nnd the Courier-Journ- al Doth 1 jear ff r oul, $1.25. This is for caeh subscripintis only All subscriptions under this enmbiua tion fl'er immt ho wnt tlir)iih t lie Uahtioku Hi office. In the reading matter, illustrations, general appearance, coloied cover pages, nnd make up ometnms: You Want! ere is Neverjndgca person by his outeubstnnco. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms A Wisconsin Man's LongSpotl A shabby old coat side nppearanre. and allays Fovcrlshncss. It cures Dinrrhtua and "Wind Tbe VKt'ins ol n opticnl illusion of Insomnia Ends Only may enwrap a newspiper pubtsh-- r Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation il li- - lttrl tivrl M- - C lv le8 proV while a m.in wearing .1 high pltt h it nnd Flatulency. It nssltnllntcs tho Food, regulates tho Wltli Doath. loiuier; .ml the words of 1 )i Parsnip Complexion. Stomach and Uowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. cane 11111 and sporting a Hamlet to bis doubting Incnd Hera Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. be a delinquent subscriber. It does not requite an expert to deOne might cearch the world over tio may find an applicant here as well ullerer lrom kidney trouble and not find a more curiously eflect:d as in tbe historical instance of the tect Story of aSlavo. ALWAYS GENUINE The h dlow checks tho sunken person than the late Ed ward Bain, the Prince of Denmark on the occasion putlyciicles under the ejes Kenosha millionaire wagon tnanufac To be bound hand and fool for when he rtbuked bis skeptical comSoars tho Signnturo of turer whose recent death at Pasadena, years by the chain of disease is the panion with the famous remark, the sallow parsnip colored complex Cat., terminated an extraordinary ex- worst form of slavery. George D. "There are more things In heaven ion Indicates it. BsWr1i"s,P,Jpl," m m A physician would nsk If you had & ir istence. Williams, of Manchester, Mich, tells and earth than was ever dreamed of in rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in Bain in his time caused a revolution how such a slave was made free. He your philosophy, Horatio!" in the manufacture ot farm wagons says: "My wile has been helplessfor w Howbelt, reality or fancy, we tell it back or over the hips, stomach tn so doing he robbed himself of sleep five j ears that she could not turn as 'twas told usSaturday last by a pair trouble, desire to urinate often, or a burning or scalding in pissing it; il when he might have slept. Then over In the bed alone. After using of gentlemen from Waverly. when he retired from active business two bottles of Ulectric Bitters, she It will be remembered by The Sun niter passing there is an unsitUfieJ to rest he found that he could not is wonderfully improved and able to readers that we duly chronicled the feeling as if it must be at once re Years. In Use For Over sleep it he would. do her own work." This supreme death of Mr. James Bru-e- , who died of peated, or if the urine has a brick TT MUMIf STHirr. HlttMH rTT. TMC OINUU. C.MMNT, Bain was known as "the man who remedy for female diseases quickly meningitis on the old Ned Bums dust deposit or stroug odor. When these symptoms are present, never sleeps," and it is a fact that for cures nervousness, melancholy head- place back of Waverly in the Highnearly 16 jears he had not slept an ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This land creek flats He was buried the no time should be lost In leaiovlng ( . mmm l T Ml u hour in his bed. All this time was miracle working medicine is a god following Sunday. That evening the cause. Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of spent in seeking amusement and di- send to weak, sickly, run down alter the burial his wife and brother. infl ".tuition, causing the bladder, version. He traveled about aimless people. Uvery bottle guaranteed. Mr. O'Nan, returned home Having ly, trying to forget that he had to Only 50 cents. Sold by J. II. Will- - occasion to go into the room stoppage, and sometimes icquiring sleep. iams, Druggist. in which the deceased had breathed the drawing of the urine with instru , m m It was not dissipation, tor he was his last. Mrs Bruce opened the door incuts, or may run into Bright's "All pens are alike to me," said and entered. She was greatly aston Diseise, the most dangerous st ige of order to reabsolutely temperate. In lieve himself lrom tbe terrible strain the clever young woman, "and all pens lilied to see a bright fire burning in kidney trouble. ii"liiiiul"l"l"""""!iljl the Dr. Kilmer's Sump-Roo- t, under which he had been for years, would be alike to you if you only the grate- - none having been built knew how to break them in Don't thete that day to her certain knowl- great discovery of the eminent kidney some 16 years ago he relinquished the active management of tbe great Ken- moisten your new pen between your edge aud was transfixed and as aud bladder specialist, is u positive Its repa osha institution to a capable superin- lips before you begin to write. Don't tounded to behold the husband, whose remedy for such diseases nnd it is so easy tendent, lie had labored very often say charms over it or squander your remains she had just witnessed a few tation is world-widuntil daylight of the morning follow- substance in gold pens. Take your hours before consigned to the grave, to get at any drugstore that no one ing that on which he had arisen. He cheap steel pen, dip it into the ink, sitting in a chair belore the grate! needsufferany length of time for want of it. had done so too long, for when he then hold it in the flvme of a match She exclaimed in alarm! However, il you prefer to first test gave up work he couldn't sleep at all. for a lew seconds, wipe it carefully, Jim, what in the world are "Why, its wonderlul merits, mention the For ten years be made dally trips to dip it into the ink, and you have a you doing here?" Chicago, and for no other purpose pen that will make glad the heart The strange visitant made some re HARTroRD RnPOBUCW and write to than to ride on the street cars. He within you. It is a process I have ply, when Mrs Bruce ovm-oniwith Dr. Kilmer A: Co , Binghtmton, N te'l-inI would take a dtive eatly in the morn never known to fail. rushed nut of the r tn md led Y ir i ample iitle ind hook terror, ill 'i ut it 'xih 't bs'du'e - it ing, have breakfast, take the ten a. in. in a dead f tint i" til pr- 0 cVolcanic Eruptions t inn . fr train for the big Illinois town, where h .t brother vlr ONm be would board one of the South side Am nrrilMfl Knf Cu!h IHnl!nifl id her up and placed her on a hid, l.tiiiu Irrlliitlmi can, on which he would remain until and when recovered she tld htm Is tlu tore! tint erof ennsuturtion. Dr will cure it, the end of the line was reached, and cures them, also Old. Running Fever what -- he had been in the adjoiuinir Bed's Pine Tar Hon and 'ive unh strength to the lungs then proceed back to town forluncheor ouies, uicers, u ins felons (Jortis room A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania, tr- - ,1 c ngi or n ctd'1 will n t settle and later would go to the theater Mr O'Nan nntlim ilntim. Warts Cuts, Bruises, Bums. Scalds, will ihdr 25c it di L'on ' clrtlirists tl had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very .. He was very fond of tbe theater.not w,.tj,jwi4 itnuu-,- , O he ton iiITnlr nt.ill.1.. UC31 buldlv into the ronra.an .IJllUiniUD because he enjoyed the performance cure on earth. Drives out pins and the bright fite nurnlnn 111 thevrn! obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons as others do, tor he never witnessed iicues. uniy bMnre tliegtt And 25.. a D!jc cure wa-- a ljtt g upoi n rugiliy! Mipp'ein Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses the performance, paradoxical as thr.t guaranteed S Jld by J. H. William-- , huge biaeU , Infants and Children. I do all I can toward recommending lor them occasionally. statement may stem As soon as the Druggist. this aniim! to havt cau-e- d his orchestra would strike up the over Hie Kind Yen r!2?9 Always Bough! Mr. O'Nan kicked at the un Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in Printing Office Socrots. ture he would settle back into the welcome intruder tn drive it out of Bears the the house for future use. Am forty years old. seat for a semi sleep if the term Is the house! A strange thing then Signature of CusjX?0f7.feSJ A properly conducted printing office permissible, and would remain in a happemd! Tbe great black dug TisriRT In a p. r Mrtoa (wttboat rt.iO Ij bw for m at mmi 1M st? 1. put krt unnulntnff t partially unconscious condition until is as much secret a9 any of the lodges raised upon its feet, and immediateriTB ckvtii Int. low nrl4 rt IJ lnln 11 lor lht iMr.atl tb.Mw.oinlraX lm.doo.oi dme ttorr-rof tL.flo.nlcruo.(lJ0lfcllflrnbh4 b mUl or MiJIntf rortrlshlronl. lo ta. Kirivs cimoib Don't Tibacro Spit and Snioit Your I J? Inar. The printers are not under any oath ly vanished OoarANT, No.ll nprarHtrw4,Ilew Vorli Graniurl.frU'tori'TSN ta.il .iwlllboMat fore?. pobu. turun the conclusion of the play. into Invisible nothing! XAavua nor jo do aoa ot srooon. tfoboru norK.p - re. v w, imiio oad , uqoor nroi aa mum o To quit tobacco easily and forerir. bo mat After that he would tike his attend- of secrecy, but always feel them OMOgTaoaTa.O00BOBWMOMOOi It is rtpn ted that Mr John Burrs netle. lull of life, nerre and TlKor, talcn men OMMMOWOMOWOMlXTJQOMOBPMBMOCOMOCTOBOBOOOOOMOTOOawoW.MOl tho ant and proceed to a billiard hall, selves as truly in honor bound to went to the haunte house saw the strong. iinnder worker, that makes Cuuruaran-tepd- . All rtruscists.SOcorSI. Ilooklei and sample free. Addreas where he would again seek a sort ot keep office becrets as though triple fire ltl the grnte where he knew no oaihs Any employee in a printing human ngcnc had utltone and left, Sterling Karcody La. Cli.cajc or Nsw York. repose. The attendant would either n M and wc will engage one of the attaches in a game office who willingly disregards this rrtusinn to ei.ter the preiiii-.eI' -rule In relation to printing office also said hat Mr Bib Bui rn ofi s is of billiards or would idly shoot the balls about the table. Bain revelled secrets would not only be scorned by $10 to anybody who will remain over Ee-publica- n. . ONB GALLOfJ niNC tn the noise of clicking billiard balls the brethren of the craft, but would night in tbe house After that he would return home to not be considered eligible to work at uncanny happening is the The a the profession. We simply make theme of the whole section ol counresume his ceaseless round of Seiureiy pnckrii in plain box. this statement because it recently try, and little else is talked about. at the break of day. Absolutely pure. Quality guaranteed. happened that an item appeared in a The Bruce family have vacated the Bain's lite was a peculiarly active and energetic one. He was born in correspondence that excited comment premises. Morganfield Sun. Columbia county, N, Y , In 1823. He and parties came and asked who the Th Kind You Haw Ahuars Boogfrt LOUISVILLE, KY Bean tha OCCOND AND MAIN 8TRCCTS. Remarkable Rescue. was bound over to a hardware mer- author was. I,et all save the trouble of quizzing anyone about a printing chant at the age of 16, and then left Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, . . New York State for the West. Then office proprietor down. They never 3rPTT3FtDE! Wr3E3CIS3BL-,3?- " We have recently gone to considerlie had scarcely a penny. When ht know anything on such points. On III., makes the statement, that she Our W. 0. Hickman Nelson County Sour MaBh Whisky is absolutely able expense to eulargeand otherwise lied he left a fortune of $4 000,000, it such matter they have eyes and ears, caught cold, which settled on her improve the character of this paper puroaud is good for all occasions. no mouth. It is the same with job lungs; she was treated for a month $2 00 5 Year Old per gallon is estimated. New York Herald. and hope our subscribers who owe us work G Year Old per gallon If any thing is to be printed by her family physician, but grew on subscription will show their appre 2 f0 llcnuty Jh lllood Deep. 3 00 and kept secret let proper notice of worse. He told her she was a hope- elation ot our dibits to give the 111 a 8 Year O'd per gallon al.iu, No Clean blood means a elenn 4 00 less victim of consumption nnd that better pper by promptly paying up. 10 Year Old per gallon , eauty without it. C'caret, Caml Catliar-- the desire be given and you might as 14 Year Old per (alloii 500 well question a carved Chinese God ic clean your blood and keep It clean, t) GOO 10 Year Old per gallon 'limns tip tlie lazy hcr and chiving all fiom llic loth. Begin today to as one ol Ue printers, so that even Uoxed it desired free. line Imported and mnish punnles, lioili, Llotchca, llackliciida, the secret rituals for lodges are thus No chargo for jugs, Full tiiil that atiKly bilious complexion liyuhms California Wines. Solo agent Dr. Bouvenir lluchu Giu, a cure for all Kidprinted without feir Midland Sun 'nscanti, beauty for ten cents. All xy I V llaMiaaaaMs5 V ftrilv?'$flMmm 'VENN'S k batisfaction gu an teed, 10c, 25r, Mlc. ney troubles; price $1.00 a quart. Bismarck's Iron Norvo ROSENBAUN BROS., We can do jour jib work cheaper Say Write for catnloguo or when in the City call to eee us. id lipticr than anbodv ehe Try Was the result of his splendid us. Satisfaction guaranteed. health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not fonnd where toiiKlied 31 1 earn. I sufiered f')r2S years with a cough, Stomach, Liver, kidneys and Bowels rd tpent hundreds ot dollars tvith me out of order. If you want these ARE UUNNINO A- loctors and for medicine to no avail qualities and the success they bring, " Ring out the old Ring In the new mn!fl until I used I)r BellWitie RlDg out tho fal" RiDg la lhe Uue " 'fflll hi HiMi1iivUniii This remedy makes weak lungs use Dr King's New Life Pills, The) e kr'nK t0 you ",e new ani' true rom MulScw iftwlllicaW'iLv It has sav id my life J U. develop every power of brain and tronir e Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by body. Only 25c at J. H. Williams, Ti WVftMv 3 JsitU Kv. P'ney forests of Norway Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tt drug store. th-utgold-Leaded -k, - tin tiiieruiinei t olsiiiiii Mm , Di. Beil tt Pine Tar Honey will cute It and give such btrength tn tl e lungs that a couch or n cold will iv t settle there. Twenty five cents at nil uoodilrugcists For8aicbyZ Wayne Gnffin jv Bro tf Irrllnllnn Costorla, Is n substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Sjrups. It is Ilnrnilcss nnd Pleasant. It What is CASTORIA contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic pleasure when your linen Is latin-dtii- d to the tight Matte ol rttflhess. Shuts, Collats HiidCulTiteturnid from our laurdry have the ptistine beauty nlnnewshiit Leave our laundry at Likens & Iler Saddlery Shop. IMCHMON'I) STUAM LAUNDRY' I.I.Vi: ll.ril, Altnil, llxrlliird. Ii a J iho; y I'ATIIOMi: Till: Ol.ll RELIABLE H0PKINSV1LLE STEAM LAUNDRY nnd Dyo Worlta. licet of Work Guaranteed. Hcnsouablo prices. Shipped oti Tuesday and returns mi 'lliiirsday leave your Laundry nt Post ollicc. Have your lau for me. CASTORIA ff The Kind You Have Always Bought t?7 llvm ZOc4 UM 30 Lyman Williams, Agoat, iiAitrroito, ut. is BEST AND MOST TOPI'. LAR ROUTE TO '4 Memphis, NewOrleans AND ALL POINTS IN mM yrt Arkansas, Mexico, Texas and California. Gaa Lighted Vcslibulcd Trains with Cafe Cars, Pullman Klccpors and Free Reclining Chair Can to Memphis and New Orlcaus. Pullmnn Tourist Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night, and runs through to California via New Orleans and the South Pacific Sunset Route. Double berth rate from Louisville to San Francisco only SI!. GO; proportionately low rates to intermediate points. 4 1 1 e VI -- n I 1 -- TlioTruo Wintor Houto to California. No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Blockudos. For particulars write to J. JL IIol-li- s, Traveling Passenger Agent fori. - sister--Inght- r ASTORIA vi srf ySaT : ' s oji ' I H' C IL R , Louisville, Ky. Also sk him to send yu it copy of tho Southern Home Seekers' Guide, which is replete, with interesting information concerning the Southern territory, it will be mailed to you free. On tho first and third Tuesdays of each month Homo Seekers' tickets to Southern aud Southwestern points at Special Low Rates, good to return within twentyouo days lrom dato of sale. Liberal Mop-ovarrare-sol- s Now the time to subscribe for The in advance. itSaH. gh SEND YOU wL uU angements. A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., Ciiicaiio, Illinois. W. A. Keilnud. A. 0. P. A., Louisville, Ky. diver-liseme- 31 year Coon COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Hollow Whiskey simon njones co la HMkHaiKl ULTban mm 0ll WIH (kg '.: A ,3Hpm The Leading Specialists of America 20 YLARS IN OHIO. 250,000 CURED. WECURE EMISSIONS V..tt.l..B .1.1, I.jb Ul.l. HHIIUIMIMU. In i.UIUlllfe m... yV ...abs il.mi.iall.ln. w yoaoaror inlJillo atel lacn than tbsrraa-en- c of thee "nlKhtly latnt." lbcr drug-41S- 11 mmmmmmmm I of dliguitnnlaviliolatmlna(B)U)itoms. Thcjr unfit man for builoot., married Ufa ami pocial happlneu. M matter Mbrther cauel Ly evil liaklls la youth, natural weakneia or roiual excflii' our Kew MethiMl 'Irratintut will ioittvtly euravui NO CURE-N- O PAY fiSVfiaSRTKr. ll.nil.p fin tipnl lirln. Vt.rlvoltli.lior later u&ctfie, may oae Tfeaarnea tou. .1 l.liofuio may n o illif fNewon. ioii Method are not rafa till rurol. Our villi cure )ou. Vourunuoilik. You are pale, feeble nervous, irntauie ana ami nate-ani- i oi I'tconio forittful, luoroio, rinil desiwnileDtl blotches ant) I lmi'les. fuukcil cyr, wrinkled face, slooplDEl form nn 1 downcast pountenanco roveal I lhe bllt-h- t or your cjulencr. 250,000 You.it; run CURED HENRY FIELD A & SON pas- Tr-Hon--- FlfFmili! WECURE VARICOCELE inntlrr liin torlnui vour rata tntr q mat haro lia. it, nur lonif iMIUUOl 'JKKATMliNT will cure tt. 11.0 wormy iln' return to their normal condition nuj hence tho reiual onrani reoeho proir uourUh inent. 'iho orfftns beenmo italii(Mi, nil unnnturai iirain or lonwa ctaie ami iDsiily lowers return. No tcmpsraiy lipneflt. liut rt I'trtnanent euro a.sured. NO Llllti:. XI) lAY. NO (II'I.IIA. NO DL'llJN- HON Nl.i'U'-SAU'ii un rno.M uubim:33. Vis lip.i-rbn- Canil; Cnlhaitlc, euro cnnatlpatlci (creter. iOc, 13c, Jl C. O. O. f all, druBKlsts rcl und inonej IMurute Your IliweU Willi Cuscarfts. DR. BELL'S Jo and from Beaver pam. HOK.-FS CalllngatYlan a Liar. Tho National Magazine Is commanding a fust pl.ice among popular priced periodicals, receiving thousands of new reulrrs throughout the entiie country each month It is distinctively a publication for the home, nnd each issue cont tins reading of much interest ta'evry niumbTn1 the family. With a splendid array of Timely llliialrntnl Artlrlr, llriKlil tlrnrllte ItrAiilima Ami t'letor Nlmrl Hlmlev, from the pens of the bet Ametican writers and clevere t artUts.this mag. Mine certainly will pleae you Men tion this paper and i.nd for a sample copy Take thellEriniLiOAN MAIUXIM:, VI llfilliml Nlrrt-t- , lliialou Miiaa, means a blow ThH memorable dec Joe Mitchell Chappie, Publisher, laration was given In a discharging honorably a man who had knocked down another fellow for calling him VI. TUB .MTICiX The Te.xai legislature Is consider-ina ball which is of interest to liars C. there and everywhere else. If this btcomea a law, proof thvtn man has het-- cilltdn liar will become iititiroitn, iiv, a full defense in assault and battery Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing This is to sty, the mtn with a tut tered nose, blacki utd eye and hlitiHcd done in first class order. front teeth will leatj i" a court justice A fine outfit for testing eyes for that It "served him tUlit," sajs tlie wak vision, etc. Don't fall to have New York Woild The Uw litre In other your eyes tested before buying specstitesvaty. In Kentucky it is a nils tacles. demeanor punish tile by a fit fiir to call any man a II r, and a police justice of Louisville h is declared from his bench that a lie in Ktntuck) When you begin to ieel that you know so much it mnkes your head ache to carry it around, ait down and let a 7 year old boy ask you a few questions. -- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey nice New OMNlltUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. A R. n Jeweler and Optician, SUTPHIN, WTulyJ'&rafilBu' f? Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, col Js and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out ; tho rated the cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed membranes ore healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. n 1 microbe-bearing MCL VEH1CL13 AWJ GC Ol GUBANTKhb CURES GUARANTEED We trrat ami euro HYI'IUMH. nt.uirr. i:miihioi(. impoiknoy. HllllirfPHK. VAHICOC'EIjU. Bl'.Mt. NAI, J.OSSIi.i, l)l.lll)l.ll AND K1D-!Y dlieases. OONHULTATION COMFOHTABLE HIDE SOLD OY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS They mso keep a first elass Liver)' and !A'1 stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, eorncr Market and Union Strrets, 1HPX. 1IIIUKB l'UKi:. UIIAUUKB MUDGItA'ili. If unahln t. call, wrile 1I1ANK for JIOMIS for lIll.Alilbni. Kennedys Kergan )22 W. FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. givi-rnlti,- c 80 YEARS OLD, and eiual to I'r. IUU lino Ui ( Honey It tivHin.uklcand-rmantntrrlk-In grip aaneltaa coughs and rnlda. Itmrkft I linn strong.-M- rs, M, A. Metwlfe, I AM mmy miunly Bottles Only. 25o., 6O0. and $1.00 Sliaa BE SURE YOU GET Kitioel Harttbid. All orders promptly attended mt Kt. fnluuUi, Dr. Mr Ball's to, ant. all stock entrusted Pini-Tsr-Hon- ty have especial attention. teir caro will Wanted-An Idea nir PorSaloby7, GRipptM & n nWM FISU? i& SOK, fails to cure iiWa iFwf IrSlHBrH If ItAND GET go to your merchant MONEY BACK. YOUR f rop'rs. for their Waibloi mji,list twuton, I), o., laTealloaa fl.auo prise tuuulnd ol waMeo. aaJ rroieci Tour id.t Write JOHN WmjDEttCURN nioi Who e.vn think of some simple IhlBv tjt iiotontf unoffTuu w.aiia. CO, FsUBl Atlor. oat We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. Sole VAN Proprietor, VLEET-MAHSFIEL- D DRUG CO., MEMPHIS. TENN.