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The The The The The Republican mid Louisville Commercial, KepuM cm and the Courier Journal, Republican nnil the Toledo (O ) Blade, Itcpnbllcan nml Louisville Dispatch, Republican and the Globe Democrat, -- I 1 1 1 1 25 25. 25 year, St 25 year $1 50. year,$t jear, $1 jenr. $t FOBD EePUBLICAN. OFFICIAL OMAN Of THE FAETV IN THE FOURTH CONQECSSIOKAL DI3TRICT . 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. ivujl'. Fine-do- Work a Specialty. Subscription $1 a year. VOL. XI. ITARTEORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899. tlous groups of Inhabitants and by reporting, with recommendations, the meatus ulitch should be instituted Civilian Commission Which Is for the uinlnteiidnce of order, , peace Now In tho Phlllpplnos. nud public welfare, as tither temporary step to be taken Immediately for N Y tk, M.tch it AdlfpMch the perfection ol prefrnt administration, or ns suggestions for future legfru'ii W ahtugion mijb: islation. Rem wed inUtest In the sltUHtlon "In so far ns immediate personal In the Philippines Is awakened by the changes in the civil administration e tabliahtuent nt Manila ol tuny term to be advisable the com-ml- si lian nivtnliers of the commission loners are empowered to recomwhich ljns been designated by the President to irpresent blm in the mend suitable persons for appointArchipelago. The speculation ic ment to those officer:) from among the gardlng the duties of thi commission Inhabitants ot the Islands who have and the authority it will have In the previously acknowledged Ihelr alleg. colonial government ore set at rest by lance to this Government. "It is my desire that in all their rethe publication of the order issued by the President to the Secretary ofState. lations with the inhabitants of the islIt will be noted that the military ands the commissioners exercise due government of the islands under Gen respect lor all the Ideals, customs and Otis will he continued without inter institutions of the tribes and races ference until Congress makes other which compose the population emprovision, and that the commission's phasizing upon nil occasions the just powers, while important, are largely and bentficient intentions of the Government of the United States." advisory. The order says: "In order to facilitate the most Conglieil !!3 YrnrN. specific and eflectlve extension I suflered for 25 years with a cough, of authority throughout these islands, and" spent hundreds ot dollars with and to secure with the least possible doctors nud for medicine to no avail until I used Dr. Bell's Pine delay the benefits of a wise and gen This remedy makes weak lungs erous protection of llleand property strong. It has caved my life. J U. to the Inhabitants, I have named Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by tt Jacob G. Schurman, Rear Admiral Z. Wayne Griffin & Dro. thc-civ-i. hu-ma- ne Tar-Hone- No. 34. around and find some other place to get his board." FAITH. t r THIN LISTLESS SLEEPLESS fa m THEIR DUTIES. QUEER FIGURING That Dovolops Curlosltios of tho Calondar. Hnve you ever noticed when juggling with figure how remarkable ate some of the combinations that can be worked out. They arc quite omazlng at times. Take, for instance, the calendar. There are some very curious ficts connected with the days of the week on which centuries and months SALLOW SKINNED frequently chew and imoke Immenie cuinlillet ol tobacco end wonder all tho time why they look to bad, leel to mean. Try under an abiolute guar, antee ot benefit and final cure, or money refunded, the taking) ol a tingle box ol t NO-TO-B- AC regulate tobacco utlng, builds up nerrout tvtttm. nukes pure rich blood. Miny report j a gain ol ten pounds, in len days. GO buy a box. Try II under your own begin. The new twentieth century will him. dawn on a Tuesday, and it would be impossible tor it or any century to begin on Wednesday, Friday or Satur-daThe month of October commences always with the same day ol the week as January, exespt in a leap year. September and December also start on the same day, and so do February, March and November. The fust day of May, June and August never fall on the same day on which any other month begins. April and July always start on the same day ol the week. This year January and October start on a Sunday ; February, March and November on a Wednesday j April and July on a Saturday; June on a Thursday ; August on a Tuesday, and May on a Monday Leap year always up sets this little arrangement. Christmas always falls on the same day of the week as New Year's day. This year began on a Sunday, and thus we shall have 53 Sundays in the year, on occurrence which only haps pens 14 times in a century, and occurred last in 1893. Veiy rarely, indeed, is the number ot a year square. It was so in 1764, when it was the square of 42. The next Instance was In 1849, when it was the square of 43, and in 1936 we shall have the square 0144. , "Mistah Jedge, I stole de roostah in The court smiled, and told the prisoner to explain "Hit happun'dis away," he continued. "Mysell an' ernuddah culled genul-mewursbootln' craps. He win, fo' he had loaded dice. I bet Tildy's roostah.whut she's ben faitln' fo' dc meetIn'ob de confeteucr. De niggar win datjtu.an' den, jedge, be went tu de house an' tol Tildy, an Tildy, she tuck' an' tole me fo' to nit ernuddah roostah. er she ur gwine er scald me, an' 'I stole de roostah. Am not dat self defeuse?" The couitdlsmissed Hodgenvllle Herald. Kind Yoa MATANZAS LETTER. FortSan Sovorlno, Cuba From Hudson. March 4U1, As In all probability this will he my latt letter from the Cuban island, as all Indications point to us leaving the island in a sbott time. The 3d Ky. Is said to be tbe first regiment to leave. The second battalion arrived here yesterday and pitched camp by the side of the third battalion. The first battalion is not here yet Don't know when it will come, but think they will order them here to take transport without them having to pitch camp. I understand the second battalion of the 12th New York has orders to go to Union and relieve them, but don't know when, us they are still here. , Capt. Feland, of the Owensboro company, arrived here this morning from Columbus, Ga., with the provost guards They were left behind to guard the government property and protect the city of Columbus uutil the remainder of Gen. Wiley's brigade was mustered out. They left Colum-bu- s on February 19, but were delayed in Savannuh. They came on the transpott Michigan. It is one of the largest in tbe United States service and some ol our men think that we will be sent back on her when she goes. The boys are all on nettles to go home. Tbe band has just quit playing. They make very fine music. They played several pieces, among them were Georgia Capital and Old Kentucky Home and you should have heard the yell from the boys when they started the first note of Old Kentucky Home. All the camps were cheering our band and said the 3d Ky was all right. There are camped in this province one battalion of the 3d Engineers, tbe 8th Massachusetts, the 12th New York, the 160th Indiana, the 3d Kentucky, the 2d Division Hospital Signal Cot pa and the 2d U. S. Cavalry regulars. They also have a troop ot pack mules. Capt Keowu received a letter from Mr. Ell Patton in regard to James being sick aud at the point of death. I will say for Mr. Patton that if James was that low I never heard of it and some of the boys went to see him every day. He was here a few days ago and sent for his clothes. The hospital boat took him from the hospital and went to Havana and came back here. They left here a few days ago with him on board for New York, so I heard, but it is reported to day that boat will be back here next Saturday. He was able to sit up and write a letter to Capt. Keown before he left Havana. The second battalion reports Cars denas, the place where they were stationed, a very pretty place and seem to regret very much that they had to leave there and come here and go into camp. As I have nothing more of interest this time, I will close. A. L. Hudson. DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE, un-eIt authorised to kII 5 1st absolulo gunrantee to cure everyr form or tobacco using Our written guar- booklet called "fton't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Vnur Life Awev." tnllllert tnr llm Mklng Artdrcsa THE hTEKI.INO HFM. f.wi tu , i;mcago, Montreal, can., N.Y.u ctodr MUiartie, Dtiritt. ' OASTOIIIA. yTtie Hits Alwirt Bought There Is only one cura for Contagion Poison the disease which has completely baffled tho doctors. They DOWN ON DI'.COK'ATIONS. are totally euro it, direct "I'm going to quit; our boss is ty their effortsunable to bottling and poison toward the rannical " up in the blood and concealing it from "What's the matter now? ' view. S. S. S. cures the disease post "He's mar'e n rule that no clerk lively and permanently by forcing out shall wear a mustache during busi- every trace of tho taint. I was afflicted with a terrlblft hlnnri dli.ss.. ness hours." which was In apota at first, but alterwanta gprrsa an oTr my Doay. A GOOD PACE. These soon brokeout lata sores, and It la easy la "Prof. Blinker Is a fluent talker, Imagine the suffering; I rndurrd. Before I beisn't he?" came convlnred that the doctors could do no good, "Fluent? He told me all about the 1 had spent a hundred proper policy tor the Philippines, the dollars, which wsa really uirown away, i men way to secure the disestablishment of patent Blood Blow, bierzy March! Thy cold winds Move no girl's soul to lear; Each dives In closets dark to find Shirt waists she wore lai t year. Copper Colored Splotches. r&l A Bishop and a Drummer. PAQOIDCTC 155. 3P- - nn ATTOIWEY- - AT - LA W, IFLOlDy, rillttlHVII.I.i:, HKNTl'UKY. Will practice bis proletsiun in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special at tention given to collections. Oflico next door to Post Office. J. EUWIN ROW1J. V. L 1'BLIX Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD. KV. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald building'. ru 41 SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at C&w, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his piole&ston in all the courtso! Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank, ruptcy. Will practice ins ptolession in oil the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties Speclal.atten-tloand Coutt ol Appeals. given to collections. n Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, R. Wedding, aTLAW, M. L. HEAVKIN, J. S. ATTORNEY AND COUiMSiULiLOu (NOTARY -- - A HARTFORD,. KENIUCKY. Will practice his profession in all jecouitsol Ohioandadjoiningcoun-cl- ei and the Court ofAppeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust-t- o his care. Ollico in Republican building. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Davidson, Porry Westerfield, Hartford, Ky., Will practico hid profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to bis care. Ollico with County Attorney. Attorney at Law, J. h. 3t. JSTttJhJH, JC&w, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, DEB. l i. Will practico his profession iu all the Courts of Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settle ment ot decedent's estates, road cases Oflico up and criminal practice. stairs next door to Griiiin'adrug store. HARTFORD, KY. attention given to making abstracts, &c. also Notary Publio for Ohio County. Oflico North side of public square. Attorney at law R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, JNO. B. WILSON, SPECIAL A great deal of exciting and important history was made in the United results. States in the twelve months which "In the performance of this duty have just ended. The destruction of the commissioners are enjoined to the battleship Maine, In the harbor ot meet at the earliest possible day in Havana, on February 15, 1898, was the city ot Manila, and to announce a decisive datetnaric in the counby a public proclamation their prcs try's annals. It is usually difficult to ence and the mission intrusted to nssign the exact starting polut to any them, carefully setting forth that, epochal chain ol circumstances. Ocwhile the military government already currences have a habit of running inproclaimed is to be maintained and to each other so impeiceptibly that it continued so long as necessity may is commonly impossible, with any require, efforts will be made to alleconfidence, to point out the happenviate the buidens of taxation, to esing with which, and the time at tablish industrial and commercial which, they began. It would suit the prosperity, and to provide for the world's convenience to have events safety of persons and of property by such means as tuay be found condu-clv- e dtvlde themselves tip into chapters, yet events ordinarily show no dispoto these ends. to do so. The destruction of "The commissioners will endeavor, sition the Maine how ever, hai this deciswithout interference with the military ive significance, that it cut short the authorities of the United States now doubts and hesitations in ourdcalings In control of the Philippines, to ascer with Spain regarding the outcome of tain what ameliorations in the comlU the Cuban issue, and made war betlon of the inhabitants in public or tween tbe United States and Spain der may be practicable, and for this certain. purpose they will study attentive the Thus February 15, 1898, isa great existing social and political state of landmark in the Nation's history. It the various populations, particularly brought to a culmination a century of as regards the forms of local governcontroversies between the United justice, ment, the administration ol States and Spain, and rendered It imthe collection of customs and other possible in the future lor any further taxes, the means of transportation, complications to arise between these and the need of public improvmentd. two countries In the Western hemis"They will report through the State phere. The first disagreement which according to the forms arose between them was about tbe Department, customary or hereafter prescribed for navigation of the Mississippi, and tiansmitting and preserving such this lasted, with only short intermiscommunications, the result of their sions from the end of the war of indeobservations and teflcctions and will pendence, in 1783, on to the acquisirecommend such executive action as tion of Louisiana, in 1803. Then may from time to tine seem to them came the trouble with Florida, which wise and useful. did not end until that region was "The commissioners are hereby au ceded to us, in 1S21. Cuba has been thorlzed to confer authoritatively a cause of serious disagreement bewith any persons resident in the isltween the two countries often since ands Irom whom they may believe the century began, particularly durthemselves able to derive information ing the Lopex and Crittenden filibusor suggestions valuable for the purtering days, from 1849 to 1852, in the pose of their commission, or whom Black Warrior episode, ini8s4, and they may choose to employ as agents, at the time. of the Virginius outrage, as may be necessary for this purpose. in 1873. From Washington's admin"The temporary government of tbe istration onward to McKinley's the islands is intrusted to the military United States was often on the verge authorities and will continue until of war with Spain for that country's Congress shall determine othetwlse. arrogance, blindness and wickedness. The commission may render valuable The war which the event of February services by examining with special 15, 1898, precipitated wiped out the care tbe legislative needs of the va- - memory ot a long list of outrages on Americans by Spain, and removed all chances of future disagreements be-- , teen the United State and that countr- George Dewey, Major General Elwell S Otis, Charles Denby and Dean C. Woicester to constitute a commission to aid it the accomplishment ol these A Yoar Which Maclo History. o Bishop Watterson, of Nebraska, was once mistaken for a traveling salesman by a commercial traveller who met him in a railway train. "Do you represent a big house?" asked the traveller of the Bishop. "Biggest on earth," replied the Bishop "What's the name of the firm?" "Lord and Church." Never "Hum! Lord and Church heard cf It. Got branch houses anywhere?" "Branch houses all overthe world." "That's mieer. Never heard of 'em. Is it boots and shoes?" 1 the churchol Englatld and the best solution of the Chinese question all in ten minutes." VERNAL TROMISE. The spring will come again, That is its usual way; It comes and goes a dczen times Before It comes to stay. trIM various nirdiclnts, but they did not reaoh the disease. When I bad finished my first bottle ot 8. S. 8. 1 was greatly improved Ami win dellrhtea with the result. The large red splotches on my chest began to grow paler and smaller, ana before long disappeared entirely. I regained my lost weight, Lecame stronger, and my appetite greatly Improved, I waa soon entirely well, and my skin as clear as a piece ol glass. II. L. Mtf.rs, lOOMulberry St., Newark, N.J. That Throbbing Hoadache Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of suflerers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Headaches. Nervous They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try tbem. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by J. H. Don't destroy all possible chanco of a cure by taking tho doctor's treatment of mercury and potash. These minerals causa the hair to fall out, and will wreck the entire system. S.S.S.rTheBlood purely vegetable, and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potnsli, mercury, or other mineral. Books on the disease and its treatment mailed free by Swift Specific Com-anAtlanta, Georgia. Is y, ' "No." "Oh, dry goods, I suppose?" "Yes, they call my sermons that Christian Endeavor sometimes." World. HO t'UIIU-It- Williams, Druggist. m General Directory. O PAY. That is the way all druggists sell Grove's Tasteless Chili, Tonic for Malaria. Chills and Fever. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless lotm. Children love It. Adults prefer it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, tf 50c. In Momory I Illootf Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Catcurets, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean, b) atirring up the lary liver and driving all from tbe body. Begin today to baniah pimples, boils, blotchea, blackheadi, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking CnicaroU, beauty for ten centii,. All druggist, eatiafaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. llrautr of Doar Annlo. Solomon and Masonry. An Illinois boy was asked to write an essay on Masonry, and here is what he wrote: "King Solomon was a man who lived so many years in tbe country that he was the whole push. He was an awful wise man, and one day two women came to him, each holding the leg of a baby, and nearly pulling it in two, and each claiming it. And King Solomon wasn't feeling right good and he said: 'Why couldn't the brat have been twins, and stopped this bother?' And then he called for his machete aud was going to Weylerlze the poor, innocent little baby, and give each woman a piece of it, when tbe real mother of the baby said: 'Stop, Solomon; stay thy hand. Let the old hag have it. If I can't have a whole baby I won't have any.' Then Solomon told her to take the baby and go borne and wash its face, for he knew It was hers. He told the other woman to go chase herself. King Solomon built Solo tuon's Temple, and was the father of the Masons. He had seven hundred wives and three hundred lady friends, and that is why there is so many Ma sons in the world. My papa says King Solomon was a warm member, and I think he was hot stufl myself. That is all I know about King Solomon. "The Tyler." WrnK i:je Arr Jlaile Ntroiigf dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cuted by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Bye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee by all good druggist. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Dro. Mrs. Annie Lee, wife of V. R. Lee, died at her home, near Horton, on February 25. She bad been a suflerer for several months of that dreadful disease, consumption, and she bore the trying ordeals of a suflerer with a Christian faith that would be well tor all ot us to emulate when the trying time comes. She was a member of the Methodist church and had been for a number of years. She told some of her friends it it was the Lord's will she would like to live to raise her little girl, but if it be not his will it was all right to go. She leaves a husband, one child, an aged father and mother and a host ot friends to mourn her loss. Annie was 25 years, 10 months and s days old. We only by his grace axe able to bear tbe loss of our loved one, but we know what has been our loss is heaven's gain. Sometime we shall see her, We will see dear Annie again, Sleeping not amongst the flowers, Where so long her form may lay, But beyend the twilight shadow; Sure dear Annie there will wait, Watching for the long homecoming, Just inside tbe heavenly gate. Lulu. Biuitk i IM Mill TOU llm AJnrs Bwrtt Is the forerunuerof consumption. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle tf there. 25c at all crood druggists. l.iiniC Irritation UNCURABLE DISEASES Many y-In Ilnrtlort! .tlXinaville 1'ncUel offices, Hartford, Ky. For I Curdsville, Delaware, Ashbysburg, Rurasey, Calhoon, Livermore and For Infants and Children. Hartford, and all intermediate points The Kind You Have Always Bought on Green and Rough rivers, Steamer Bears Scioto, leaves Evansvllle every Monday and Thursday at 3 p. m., arrives Signature at Hattford every Tuesday and Friday at 3 p.m., returning leaves Harts (or Fitly Centa. Guaranteed tobacco bablt cure, makes eak ford Saturdays 930 a. in., Wednesmen atrooir, blood pure. Wo, II. All drugglau. days 5. a.m. We can do your job work cheaper For rates of freight or passage ops ply on board, or to Jos. F. Carson, and better than anybody else. Try us. Satisfaction guaranteed, agent, Hartford, Ky. CASTOR A rtUu&&tff&!. The editor of a country paper interSTATE OFFICIALS. viewed the Inhabitants of his town reGovernor William 0. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtocently, and finds that nearly alt the ,. successful business men were freely Secretaryof State Charles Finley. thrashed when young, while among Attorney General W. S. Taylor. the street loafers, 27 were mamma's Auditor Samuel H.Stone. darlings and the rest were raised by Treasurer Geo. W. Long. their grandmothers. This is quite Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor encouraging to the boy who gets I1I3 ticulture and Statistics Lucas nightly trimmings in the wood shed. Moore. Superintendent Publio Iustruction-A Narrow Escape Davison. Register Land Office Chas. 0. Thanklul words written by Mrs. Reynold. Insurance Bureau Coramissioner-- D. Ada E. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was W. Coraingore. taken with a bad cold which settled Adjutant General D. R. Collier. on my lungs; cough setln and finally State Librarian Miss Paul Deane terminated in Consumption. Four Hardin. Doctors gave me up, saying I could RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. live but a short time. I gave myself Jno. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. up to my Savior, determined if I could Dempsey, H. 8. Irwin. Secretary ' not stay with my friends on earth, I Samuel F. Brown. CONORE8SIOXAI1. would meet my absent ones above. Senators Hon. William C. Linds My husband was advised to get Dr. say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. King's New Discovery for ConsumpRepresentative Fourth District tion, Coughs and Colds, I gave it a Hon. D.H. Smith. trial took in all eight bottles. It has STATE LEOISLATURE. cured me, and thank God, I am saved Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at J. H. Williams, R. 0. Jarnagin. OHIO COUNTY. Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and CIRCUIT COURT. Guaranteed or price refunded. $1.00. Hon. Vf. T. Owen, Judge OwensOne thousand and five hundred cot- boro. Hon. J. ton mill hands at Salem, Mass., have Owensboro. Edwin Rowe, Attorney received notice of a raise of wages to T. II. Black, Jafler -- Hartford. take eflect April 6th. Another prosS. A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. perity item. Rowan Holbrook, Master Commis-sion" Hartford. Capt. F. M. Green, of this city, has G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund is a an old hen that Hartford. says the Providence Record. During 8. T. Stevens Sheriff Hartford. the cold weather, when all the other Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Benhens were on a strike, she never gave ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tinsley. Court convenes first Monday in up, but kept on with her work. She March and Augustaud continues three set on a nest containing twenty eggs, weeks, and third Monday in May and continuously for three weeks, and on November two weeks. Sunday night, February 12, a night COUNTY COURT. which baffles even the oldest inhabiJas. P. Miller, Judge Hartford. M. S. Ragland, Clerk Hartford. tant for frigidity, hatched out twenty M, L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d, chickens without the lost of one. The Court convenes first Monday in chickens were all alive but two when n. W. J. ' -- ei record-breake- last heard from. d each month, QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the second Monday in Now that Admiral has failed him, each month. "Star-eyeplease Goddess" will the COURT OP CLAIMS. ticket? Columbia nominate another Convenes first Monday in January, Spectator. and Tuesday after the second Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. M&f. Attorney at Iaw Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Oflico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. distant considered in Hartford, r V v Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Publio. Oflico, iu Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. 3n B.A.:Ee:)Sr:E1"I'; Attorney Law, O. HARTFORD, KY, Will practico his profession in all tbo courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Caroful attention will bo given to a Col business entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. at L.V ti Attorney at Javc Ky, : ' f Special attention given to all business ontruited to his care. Oflico in Court House Hartford, Take theltEPUBLTOAN i lungs, and its victim Is, no - doubt, pasthelp in tho moro advanced stages) t i' but creat num bers ot peoplo die ot consumption ncodlcssly. It is certain that every phase ot catarrh, Including rnauy cases of consumption, are cured by the right Dr. Ilartman'i treatment. great prescription, attacks catarrhal diseases scientifically and cures them. Dr. Hartman explains It fully in his books which am mailed on application. Iloro Is a letter from Airs. Ifarmcnlng, Maze Manlo, Wis., who Is one of many cured ot consumption by bho says: Medicine Co., Columbus, 0. DKAn Sins: "I cannot praise your remedy too highly. Last winter II had la grippe and liemorrhage ot the lunga followed. AU tho doctors around her told me I bad to die of consumption. Then I thought I would ask Dr. Hart-man for advice, which X did. He pre- -' for me, and I took it scribed according to his directions and wa I advlso everybody that li cured. troubled with lung disease to take Dr Ilartman's treatment. I am sure the will not regret it It they do. I am now enjoying good health, and can thank for It." fek t? Am V curable are catarrn under othir names. Simple catarrh in the head Is called T ha Incurable. Consumption Is ca mWfffm!r i Hi tarrh ot the Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- another and larger respect that date is a turning point in American history, it ended the sway ol the Isolationist Idea, born in the days of the country's newness and feebleness, when even tbe small space it occupied 01 the may was only sparsely peopled. It broadened the circle of the country's interests and activities, enlarged the mental horizon ol its people, and gave the United States a higher place in the respect of the great Nations of the world. There Is a possibility that If the destruction ol ol the Maine had not taken place the outrages in Tuba would be still under way, or that tbe insurgents, exhaust. cd by long and hopeless struggle, wiuld have given up the fight. It a cms hardly possible, from what the CDitntry learned last summer of the that they could have continued the conflict twelve months longer if the United States had not interfered, The war which the events of a year agotoday precipitated ended Snain's fourcenturlesof connection hemisphere, and j with the Western created a new and greater America, which is hencelorth destined to hold n far larger place in the life and development of the universe than it has rerto filled, or than anybody a year supposed that it would till in the -15, future. Thus, Ftdiruarv S98, becomes a great date mark In the Democrat. pond's hl8tory,--GIo- bc -r Lung Irritation is the forerunner to consumption. will cuie Dr. Bell's Allen Miuton, the subject of this it, and give such strength to tbe sketch, died near Jingo on February lungs that a cough or a cold will not cents at all settle there. Twenty-fiv25th, aged 23 years and 14 days, niter good druggists. ForsalebyZ Wayne painful struggle, of a long and Griffin & Bro. tf he bore with patience A female Sam Jones Is stirring up and Chiistian fortitude as only an humble follower of the meek nnd low- the State of Missouri. Recently in a ly Jesus could do, having sought and sermon she said: "There is a man in obtained the penil of great price when this audience who is untrue to his quite young and joined the Baptist wife, I am going to throw this hymn church and lived a consistent member book at him." She raised the book to until death. Ills hope was beyond in throw and all dodged but one poor death. During his affliction he begged man. She blistered the dodgers and his friends ard telntivts to lead a bit lauded the one true man. It was af ter life He leaves tin aged father and terward learned that he was deaf and mother and several biothers and one dumb. sister end a hctt cf friends to mourn Cl'lli: A IULII IN ONI! HAY A FniUND his ur timely der th. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab m im Ms, All dru3gists refund money if 111 i:iiRle, KIiik l All lllri'n, it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has is noted tor its keen sight, clear and L B. Q on each tablet. tf dlstiuct vision. So rre those persons who use Sutherland's Uagle Hye Salve WantfTd-seve- ral persons In this state to for weak eyes, styes, sote eyes or any kind or granulated lids. Sold by nil manage our business in their own and dealers at 25 cent. Fur sale bv Z. nearby counties. It is mainly office tf Salary work couducted at home. Wayne Griffin & Bro. , at. straight $900 a year and expenses-defi- nite, An old negro was recently brought bonafide, nor more, no less before th court for stealing n rooster, salary. Monthly $75. References, stamped envc Tbe evidence against hlni was cnclu. Enclose Herbert E Hess, Pies., Dept., would lopeChicago. slve, and It looked as the judge M, have to put hlra on the rock pl'e, With Culert. The testimonial had all been given EitacateYour llowala conatlpatloa (otovar, Candv Cathartic, euro when tbe old negro arose and said: tOo, So. It a a O. fall, drulil raliioi manej. In'Momory. m m - tt m -A- LL WOMEN S e nolle, lull ot ltl, nerra and vlor, toko the wonderworker, that makes w:ak men strong. All druriUts, Woorll. Cm 3 guaranteed. IlooUlet and sample free. Address Htsrllng Itsm.Jy Co., Cblcaga or Nw York. Doat TtUttt Hall aad flmet. Yotr I If: Ana;. To quit tobacco easily and fororcr, bo mar Of ar- - an me pain 3a .c A Frightful Blunder andslcknesafrorn which women njrjKjVzTflP suffer Is caused by weakness or N. Moxley, Surveyor. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt. L. W. Hunt, Coronerr-8ulph-ur Springs. C. R. Campbell, Ponrbouie Keeper, Hartford. T. A. Evans Court will be held at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, September 1st and Decomber 18th. B. F. Graves Court will be held at Butord on March 30, June 29,Sep tember 28 aud December 21, S. J. Wei.ler Court will be held nt Sulphur Springs on March -- 8, June 27, September 21) and December 23. II. B. Taylor Court will be held nt Cromwell on March !, June JO, September 2 and December 0. W. A. Rone Court will be held at Centertown on February 13, May 29, August 28 aud November 1. CITV DIRECTORY. W. II. Barnes, Judge. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. TOWN TRUSTEES. justices' courts. derangement In Will olten cause a horrible Burn, Scald, Cut or Drulses. Bucklen's America Salve, the best in the woild, will kill the pain and promptly beal it. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boll, Felons, Corns, all Skin Eiupthrs Best Pile cureon earth, Only 25 cts, a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by J, II. Williams, Druggist. Nearly always when a woman Is not well these But when organs are affected. they are strong and healthy a woman U very seldom sick. the organs of menstruation. i$$w!fl Out of tho Ginger Jar. TIIR UNTIMELY OUEST. IK'rdiri Is nature's provblon for the regulation of the menatrual function. It cures all "female troubles." It la equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wife with and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the "Change of Life." They all need It. They are all benefitted by It. rwjulrlnc apsetal For sdvlea In et dliectlons, iliresj, tlvlnr aymctoms. Advisory Department." tha Th Chitunoora Mtdiclna Co.. Love tapped at fair Myrtilla's door; The damsel wept in sorrow sore. How could she hearken with content was keeping Lent? When all her st LOTS 01' EXPERIENCE. ed "My present wife had had three husbands, so she thought she could manage me." "Well?" "I didn't tell her until after the wedding that I bad had four wives," OTHER RESOURCES. "Ujl' "Poor Mr. Punk said ho'd die if you didn't consent to our marriage.'.' . I "Don't you be scared ; he'll hustle THOS.J. COOPER, Tupale, WlH.,li;tl "My flitar mllirsd ham ir aad palatal mtnitruaUsn and doctari cuU ml rtllsia har. Wlaa.af Cardwl anUraly carsd kir and alia kslaad. otkir laraugl) tat Chang el Ufa," 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. O. A. R. hold their regular meeting Satur day before tbe first Suuday in each month in Coutt Hall at 1 o'clock p. W. A, Carson, Cora. m. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt, lfrlr vemi must au I Cwua Sola 'itut iaas. rj Bert tattm.. Hjrof. TutaaOouL ( IrytUu. tm M W fci J8LAiiiirtiMrfii mmmmmmmmum mmjmmtA 1 im) iiaMirt Msiifciitfcfr - - - biPf lifiii ' , , mitim m&L&iL3SAh Jt itut, jMasvWiL k Hartford Republican. laannt t'rlilnja hy Hip llARTrOHItl'llni.lNIUMl.l'II.Ml'ANY Incorporated. Fotf Rogers, Jno H. Thomas, 1 J "n""S' Offlco on Fox Stroot. Subscription, $1 par year In advance nt Hartford Entered at the post-offi- ce as second class mail matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 17. FOlt Hr.l'ItrSENTATlVi:. We are authorized to announce Hon. R. C. Jarnagln, of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for Rep- UP' resentative, subject to the action oi the Republican party. A LITTLE MORE m m ing whito men or negroes who can be influenced by money and whisky, and nil the protests from tho Republican party would be of no avail. This is possible and doubtless tho object of tho Goebel law. However, while our county commission ia composed of such men as now make up its personnel wo shall suffer Ohio no fear in county. Not all tho counties of tbo State aro so fortunate, however, as to haro such gentlemen on their boards. If tho editor of the Herald wishes to discuss tbo election law from the standpoint of truth nnd to enlighten our readers upon that subject, and to show duo respect in tho course of the discupsion.Tnc RcruriMCAX will gladly join. Now, either put up or shut sums of our boundlcis wealth to ecaU tcr tho influenco of religion to tbo heathens of tho East? It is bettor to save ono soul than to accumulate vast treasures of gold. We aro bound by every consideration of right and jus tico to our fellow man and of duty to the Ruler of nations and men to cx tend tho influenco of religion and lib' erty. FROM THE STATE PRESS. The race will finally narrow down between Hardin and Stouc Goebel is gradually dropping out altogether. Morganfield Sun. As between Mr. Goebel and Mr. TRUTH. IIeriiert Putnam, Librarian of Boston, has been appointed Librarian ing in the columns oi the great Congressional Library. Goebel It appears that the articles appearof r- - Johnson Franklin was banged at Glasgow last Friday ior the murder oi his mothcrsio law, Mrs. Win. Bowles. Dick Bland tolls the Hartford Herald that in bis opinion more money and less taxes will bo tbo winning cry in 1000. But wasn't Dick of a similar opinion in 1896 ? The. Hartford Herald says; "The Ditpatch is tho moutbpieco of the whole Democracy of the State." Senator Goebel cays it is the mouthpiece of the L. & N. R. R., and Urey Woodson says it is the mouthpiece of tho Prince of Darkness. You pay your money and take your choice. "Mr. Bryan and bis Louisville or gan aro now about the only calamity howlers left," says the Commerzial. Yes, and the organ itself is now talking prosperity. It says the country's prospect for tho coming season is (he brightest in its history. Prosperity and Republican rule always go hand-in-ha- nd. The governmenthas , decided to take the census of Cuba and entrust the work oLtaking it to the military gov. eminent, which may be assisted by such of the civil authorities as may be deemed expedient and competent. No man posing as a representative) of the people will not be recognized until after tho census has been completed. That august body, the Cuban As- sembly, blinded by the narrowness of its own conception, after having impeached the Washington of Cuba, and finding its dictates and decrees wholly ignored, may send a representative to Washington in the interest of its trailing honor. Such representatives are respectfully referred to tL. Masons and the Hoars of tho late c( iress for Gomez is the authority consolation. with which Uncle Sam will treat. crimes increase nnd criminals multiply in Ohio county, tho responsibility for it falls at the door of the Democratic party which must bo held to account for tho electiou of a Commonwealth's attorney whoso weakness and incapacity whieb calls forth com. ment from the bench was as apparent before his election as now. The Hartford Herald should stop its braying about incompetent Republican officials while its owu Commonwealth's attorney, who is charged with tho responsibility of protecting the lives and property of our citizens, is incapable lay after day to attend to bis official duties. If Not the impeachment ol General Gomez, but the great and glorious work which he has done for his coun try, has mado bim so popular with the Cuban people. After having douo the work intrusted to him ho is only anxious to lay aside tho Bword and ro turn totbe peaceful pursuits oi private life. But his wish in this, .iko tho wish of Washington, cannot ha grant ed. Upon him like rested upon Washington will rest the responsibility, Rlter the United States quits the bland, ut maintaining peace at home uod establishing confidence abroad. No other man in all Cuba so greatly merits and deserves the confidence nnd esteem of his countrymen and elicit, iho admiration of nations. "T111. REi'unucAN denouncing the Goebel election lawsays: 'Under its provisions the county board of electiou commissioners may all be of one political party and without boud for good con- Republielection law gives can on tho tho editor of tho Herald troublo continually, and well may they. Never has ono word passed from tho editorial pen of this paper without due consideration, and never a thought presented to its readers relative to that law without first a consciousness of its truthfulness. Tho truth hurts, hence his kicking. Referring to our article ou "Goebel'a Defense," tho Herald Commercial. says: The statement Is made by a New "They (the editors of The Re York newspaper that Attorney Gens runucAN) try to create the impression that the Republicans eral Monnett, of Ohio, was offered a have no chance nor representation bribe ot $ 500,000 by the Standard OU at the polls under the operation Co., if he would drop the prosecution of this law." ot the Standard. The bribe was refus The Repuiilican did not say that ed. If this can be true, and if it can its party was not represented at the be proven that Attorney General Mon polls and did not in any sense leave nett was sane when the bribe was ottho inference. Wo acknowledge that tered, there should be no question as this part of the law is not objection to his right to live in that future city able, but under the full operation of designed as a home of the truly good. this law, we do declare that tho ReLaRue County Herald. publican party has not a fair show at The flag floating over the White tbo polls nnd any man who is acquaint- House in Washington indicates to all ed with its provisions and who will who s.ee it that the President is at acknowledge tho truth must admit home. Whenever he is out of that this to bo true. The law gives the city the flag is carefully folded away Legislature authority to elect three The same custom prevails at the capl State commissioners who may all bo to!. Whenever either house of Con of the samo political party. The gress is in session the flag files over State board is made by the law tho the wing of the building which that court of last resort for moat all contest house occupies. If there is an even cases arising in the Stato and this ing session a bright light in the dome board is authorized to select a board tells the story. This is, In Washings ton, what might be termed the "lanof election commissioners in each guage of the flag." Bath County county of the commonwealth, each of World. which shall be composed of three Last week was not so prolific of ad members who may bo of tho same po vance in prices as the previous one, litical parly. This board constitutes but in nearly every Hn of merchan tbo canvassing board of iho county, dise business increased materially. whose duty it is to count tho returns With the dry goods houses there was and issue certificates ot election. Last the most activity, every line being full the Republican party was repre given attention. The firmness noted sented in this county on tho board ot the previous week was noted in cotton election cornraisbiooers by Col. J. S. goods, silks, hosiers and woolens, and R. Wedding, but this representation the advances of recent date were easiwas a mero gift upon the part of the ly secured. The general outlook is State board. It may have been given lor the largest spring business on rec in good faith, but it so, why did the ord, and profits are, as a whole, more Dispatch. law not bo provide? Before disputing satisfactory A preacher came to a newspaper this, go read the law and soberly think. man in this way: "You editors dare EXPANSION. not tell the truth If you did you could not live, your newspaper would The question of expansion is an im- be a iailute." The editor replied : portant one. It is a question of great "You are all right, and the minister interest to us as a nation and a quess who at all times tells the truth about tion far reaching and of great moment hid members, dead or alive, will not as regards the education, elevation occupy his pulpit more than one Sunand civilization of tbo East. Surely day, and then he will find it necessary a man who has a clear conception of to leave town in a hurry. The press tho term, expansion, can not oppose and pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash brushes and pleasant words, tho government's present policy. Tho forefathers of our country were magnifying little virtues into big indeed great advocates of expansion. ones. The pulpit, the pen and the In 1803 President Jed'ersou purchased grave atones are the great saint mak the Louisiana territory from France, Ing triumvirate. Exchange. Look out for the sliver quarters, thereby adding incalculable wealth Just think and boundless resources to the States. they are unlucky things In 1819 our ttrritory was expanded by there ore no less than ten represents of the unlucky thirteen on one the purchase of, Florida troin Spain, tlvts side of them, remarks an exchange. then followed the acquisition of the There are thirteen stars, thirteen let territory of Texas and the "Gadsden tets in the scroll the eagle holds in his Purchase," California, and Alaska. heak, thirteen marginal feathers in From the beginning of our couutry eich wing, thirteen tail leathers, thirexpansion has been the policy of the teen parallel lines In the shield, thir government Why should we censo ? teen horizontal bars, thirteen arrowFxpausiou of mental vision makes heads in one claw and thirteen letters man great. It breaks the hoods ot in the words quarter dollar Bring ignorance and lifts him to the sphere them to us and we will gladly accept of intellectual freedom. It gives him them on subscription, because we are power to think and makes man truly not superstitious regardtng the un man. Why, the Unitwd States itself lucky thirteen or the baker's dozen. is the exponent of expansion from Every editor has received them, most pvery point ot view. The light The postmaster sends them to the The postmaster Is not to of mental expansion gave tho Pilgrim editor. fathers to seo the right and to feel the blame. For instance, there was a man weight of persecutions and there by the name ol -- well, say Tim Short, American freedom was planted. What who sent us three notices to stop his The Hardin the latter Is preferable ; but, Democrats, will It do to nominate either of these? Morganfield Sun. Having no official responsibility, it is just as easy as rolling off a log for Mr, Bryan and his kind to say just what the government ought to do. Morgantown Republican. A subscriber found a spider in his newspaper. The reader was superstl tlous. He wrote to the editor asking whether or not It was a bad omen The editor said the spider was only looking through the columns of the newspaper to see what merchants were not advertising, so he would know what door to spin his web over with out tear ol disturbance. Paintsville of the newspapers published In this town and the secretary ordered and directed to prepare minutes of this Impeach- meeting and have a copy thereof In Gomez serted In each ol the said newspapers Adjourned to meet next Friday night the 17th inst. at which time a Has Always Dono his Dost and full attendance ot all the members and ot nil others who approved the Rotlros With Cuba Owobject nnd alms of the meeting, is ing HffirNothlng. earnestly expected and desired, At next meeting the purposes of the. Havana, March 13. Gen. Maximo order will be thoroughly discussed Gomez has issued the following state and fully stated. ment to the Cuban people and army: On motion the meeting adjourned use ol the supreme faculties "By the to meet as above stated. This March with which it Is endowed, the Assem the nth, 1899. bly, representing the army only, has J. M. Mattinoly, President. deposed me as Commnnder-Ichief of John T. Kinc, Secretary. the Cuban army, which grade It cons lerred upon me during the last war. A Magi's Droam. As Commander In chief I always folA magi who had slept unnumbered lowed the dictates of my best conscience and the call of great national centuries in his Isolated cavern dream needs. I endeavored In all circum- ed that he heard the last faint call of a dying child for its father who lay stances to fulGU my duty. "The Assembly considers the fact beastly drunk on a cot beside It nnd that I do not aid In its efforts to raise it so rent the heart of the magi that loans which later would compromise he broke the shackles of his long re the greatest financial and political In' pose and crept stealthily out Into the terest of Cuba, to be an act of insub world at a starless midnight hour and ordination and of want ol respect. The gathered up all the bottles and flask' primary cause for the action taken and barrels of rum and cast them Into against me is my conviction that Cuba the sea at a far away point where no should begin the exercise of Its own mariner's voice had ever brokeu the sovereignty, ns a republic ot union awful stillness, and then quietly crept and concord, proclaimed at Monte back to his unmarked tomb. But the magi's breath had touched Crlsto and sustained unimpaired on the field of battle, free from all com- the face of the feeble babe whose murpromise, keeping the nation's honor mured call had broken his slumber and with the earliest wave of morning spotless. "As ior the rest, as a sincere man, twilight it led a countless throng of I confess I thank them, because they raptured souls to the stony couch ol relieve me of great political obliga- the sleeping magi. Pleas and praytions, and also leave me free to return ers, even tears were wept In vain for to my abandoned home, which, dur the magi's ears were sealed forever. ing thirty years of continual strife for "A monument," the infant lisped, trie good of this country that I love so and the sound was borne to distant much, has been my oue aspiration. ears and all heaven paused to hear the Foreigner as I am, I did not come to hallowed music of the glad applause. serve this country by helping it to de- A base was formed of human hearts fend its just cause as a mercenary sol- above the magi's bead, then cubes ol dier; and, consequently, since the op joy and love and gratitude were delt presslve power of Spain has with ly placed, cemented with blood and drawn from this land and leitCuba in bitter tears, till inch by inch the nofreedom, I have sheathed my swerd, ble statute climbed above that plain thinking I had finished the mission where thunders crush each other in which I had voluntarily imposed upon their jealous rage, and higher still it myselt. I am owed nothing. I retire raised its noble head aloft until' those contented and satisfied at having done upon its summit heard the morning all I could for the benefit of my broth call of the faithful roundsmen on the wall of the gilded city of God. ers. Wherever destiny rules that But far below amid the mist of joy make my home, there can the Cubans tul tears the millions stood enraptured depend upon a friend." of the magi's deed, and mothers, Cuban Army Pay Shippod. wives and sweethearts caught up a song the seraphs flung from heaven New York, March 11. The United nnd made the outer stars tremble with States transport Meade sailed to day the holy melody J. T. rm for Havana, passing out quarantine at Ian Maclaron's Now Work. 6:14 p m. She had ou board the $3 000,000 provided by the United States Ian Maclaten, who Is now on a lecGovernment to pay Cuban troops turing tour in this country, begins in Of the total amount, halt is in gold an early issue of The Ladies' Home and half in silver. There are 300,000 Journal his latest piece of hterar $5 gold pieces, and ot the $1,500,000 work. It Is a er es of popular ar in silver $1,300,000 is in sliver dol tides in which he defines the relation tuini-te- r holds to his congrr lars, $50 000 in half dollars, 50,000 in that a gttlon. How a preacher is helped by quarters, and the balance in smaller bis people; bow a congregation can coins. The weight of the mttal is make the most ot a miniat-- r and RESPONSE to ment Verdict. TO ROB TREASURE SHIP. Of SOME BOLD PIRATES ARE SAID TO BE IN WAITING. niirIili mil Convoy llix Mrmtft nil I eh Una I Mr I nbait Money. 'lht.rii.il UUroTrrrtl. Washington, Match 13 For the time iu the memory of efliclnls the navy department hns baen called upon to provide protection lorn treas ute ship, and the cruiser Chicago, first reached Hnitiptoti which hns roads from Havana to become the flagship ol Rear Admlial Howlon, has been diverted temporarily Irom that duty nnd assigned to convoy the army trnuspoit Meade, formerly the Ilcrlin, to Havana with the $3,000,000 which goes to pay Gomiz's arm) ol "Wo Have Mot the Enemy and They Aro Ours" High Prices, Hard . Labor and trouble. We have come to the Farmer's Rescue with Prices rent In twain with the determination that he shall not endure hard labor If he will only buy our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Cultivators. Nttther shall he be troubled nud worried with breaklug nnd loss of time. Farmers, before buying elsewhere, come and examine our large stock ol Implements of every description. Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, Wagons, jut n &c, &c. Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. Williams 34 & Williams, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. liberation The new orders to Capt. Cooper, ol Chicago, will keep his vessel close alongside the Meade during the voy. age to Havana, especially after reaching the channels near the Bahamas and the north coast ot Cuba The navy department is sirlnusly by the army's de Inconvenienced mand for aimed protection, especially as the Chicago is the only vessel available hnvitigns po wet tula battery as the army experts consider necessary. The war department is seriously alarmed over the confidential reports It has received that freebooters hive been making pieparations to hold up the Meade And loot her before teaching her destination. They decline to divulge the exact information they have and hint at the discovery of a vast conspiracy. We do not believe In (parrying For another season. First not improve with age. Third them ton better nd vantage. oo(Is Over Second Goods do Wo can use tho monoy invested in Therefore wo will Wo have thrco reasons for not wishing to do so. We need tho room lor our spring stock. CLOSE OUT AT COST Tho following lines: mean business. Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Winter)JBoots This is no and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods, , catch. Wt --A Como, examine and see for yotiselves. Big Whalo Washod Ashoro. Montauk, N. Y., March 13. A bit of pecket money for the old sea dogs of the northeastern part of Long Island hns floated ashore here in the shape of a big finback whale. It is 50 feel long and had evidently been dead only n short time when it was discovered It is supposed to have been struck by a steamer. What ers from all parts oi the coast are gathering and the monster wilt be cut up and the blubber and the whalebone sold. S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. "Yes.WoSaveAmvei." We come In haste.notsomuch on mc count of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we had no cow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the fact that THEO. E. RECHTIN Has ou hand nt the present time, the bet assortment of lumbers that can be found anywhere While we think of it. let us give you a few pointers on : u 111 i I II & iuri. lrTr-I n . ' i-- cr The best way to avoid slckners is to keep yourself healthy by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, the great blood purifier. M S&aJ" ' nmaw - - i He buys in large quantities nud in that way can get the very lowest price. Farming implements of all kinds, We do not want to make it nil and we nre willing to divide with you. for sale by Henry Field & Son. Wc want your trade nnd will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Horrlblo Death in Grayson. Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboardlng, etc., Leltchfietd, Ky., March 13 Lte For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house n Cttniuiings, prominent young pattern. farmer of the Tousey neighborhood T73E3C3E30. this county, met with nn untimely Dealer in nil kinds of Building Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, Evansvlllc, Ind. ,K"il fur Hip llr.l I'nlrnl t'liuilrra. Nrml lor t'nlnlMjcnr. death In n most unusual wny. He was "skidding" saw logs when two ot the logs In some mysterious way turned, striking him and knocking him down. The logs then rolled over his body, mashiny him to death. He was dead when picked up. THEO. E. RECHTIN. E3. JFtOSCIiTIlNr, other phrases ot the uioststUfictory torty eight tons. Paymaster Carev, accompanied b attitude of a congregation to a pastor Maj. Rogers, of the paymaster's office, $!OORoward, SI 00. will have charge of the money, and The readers of this paper will will turn over to Gen. Brooke, whn t learn that there Is at least will supervise Its payment to the Cuone dreaded disease that science has ban soldiers been able to cure in nil its f tages and Fitch Was Fined. that is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known Mayor Rader, of JetTersonvilIe, had to the medical fraternity Catarrh an unusual case before him yesterday being a constitutional disease, requires James Fitch, a suspended member ol a constitutional treatment. Hall's the Grand Army of the Republic, was Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act presented tor wearing a button of the ing directly upon the blood and rau order. The evidence was to the eflect cous surfaces ot the system, thereby that he was dropped from membership destroying the foundation of the dls two years ago on account of ease, and giving the patient strength of dues. He was then told that by building up the constitution and he must not wear the insignia of the assisting nature in doing its work. order, but he declared he would do as The proprietors have so much faith in he pleased. its curative powers, that they offer Mayor Rader htd Fitch $5, and re One Hundred Dollars for any case that primanded him, saying that he could it fails to cure. Send for list of Testi assess a fine of $25 He agreed to monials. Address, suspend judgment pending good be F. I. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O, havior Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. NARROWS, KY. m ai NOTICE for the Benefit of the PHRM1.I Cyclone at Barrett's Ferry, Ky., In Lovo With Amorlca. Washington, March 13 A letter to the State Department from Ponape, Caroline island says: "The people on Ponape just love and adore the American people; in fact they like everything that is American." They are hoping nad praying, he says that the Americans will take possession of all of the Islands and' if not nil, at least the island and of Ponape. peeping Consumption Do not think for a single moment that consumption wilt ever strike you a sudden blow. It does not come that way. It creeps its way along. First, you think it is a little cold; nothing but a little hacking cough; then a little loss in weight: then a harder cough; then the fever and tho night sweats. The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage. Better stop the disease vW.'.o It Is yet creeping. You can do It with 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 my customers bargains than I have ever been since I have been in business. I began business years ago with a $150 00 stock. I have increased to $1,500 00 and owe the praise of same to my customers Wheu I first begnn I sold at 35 nnd 50 per cent, profit. I went on that way some tune and reduced my profits to 15 and 2$ percent, and then reduced to t per cent, and have gained sufficient trade by each trans, action to make more money by the latter nnd 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-tbut I will show my 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 com. pany as agent for them and from the postoffice to pay all my family expenses and rent. By this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can SECOND my bills and the discount will pay the freight on my goods and put them in the shelves. THIRD My receipts now are $400,000 month and at I2tf percent. I make clear $50.00 a month and now if I can get uiy trade doubled and my receipts run $800 00 a month, you see I will clear nt 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 aic and 25c, one half cash and balance in trade on delivery or 20c and 24c cash on delivery. 2i t, dls-cou- nt Sond No Monoy. (2onsciliYocirMins And duct.' The author of this statement either evinces gross ignoi ranee of the real letter ot this law or a desire to boldly misrepresent its operations," Herald. Tho above is a clipping verbatim from the Herald, includiug an extract from The Rei'Uiiliuan on tho Goebel law and comment ou same. Tbestatei meat mado by us is true. Wo endorse every word of it. Wo staud by it. Tho writer who penned: "The nulhor of this statement either evinces gross ignoranco of the real letter of this law or a desire to boldly misrepresent its operations" was ignorant of the lawi too weak iu mental force to construe its meaning or wilfully misrepresented the truth, This statement is based upon positive knowledge of tho truth. The county board may bo of ono po. litlcal party and without bond. They have the exclusive authority to select tho precinct election ollicers and may select for the Republican! weakdrlnk has expansion done ? Expansion has paper, he didn't want his paper any brought religious liberty to every citi- longer. We wouder what was the matter. Investing the subscription zen of America nnd given him the book we found that Tim was short privilego to worship as ho pleases. $w. He never had paid a cent, and Expansion has made the United States yet he had stopped his paper as a tho intellectual meccaofnll the earth, matter of economy to us. He didn't tho home of science and philosophy. want us to loose any by him. A few Expansion has given to us civil liber- days afterwards Short was nt church ty and scattered its influence through- and his melodious voice rangout loud out tho Americas and thn adjacent unit clear ti that old houl ktirring isles of the sea. It Iihh broken the kOtig.V S Paid it All " V Imvr shackles of bondage mid mado men I'een mMiken but his earnestness free. It ha bestowed upon un power Impressed us So the next day we to give to the 'mrld 111 the lam century Kent him a receipt in full begging his the most wonderful inventions nt all pardon lor not knowing that he had ages. Expulsion is tho medium made no assignment of bis hnilltie through which intellectual, civil and l the fvrd Fulton Guard, religious liberty have been given to Accidentally Killed. Expansion the children of men, Shall tho blood of our tell w countryWin Keid. the eighteen year old son men bo spilt in nu eastern dixit that ol West RMd living eight miles from the influenco of religion and Aineri this place, was accidentally killed by can Institutions maybe enjoyed there? a falling tree. He. with his father Our forefathers waded through seas of was cutting a hickory tree, when it goro from Plymouth Rock to Appo- fell and caught him between the butt mously elected. mattox to give us tbo liberty which of it and another tree.crushing him to H00J s Pills are prompt andfli It was ordered that the proceedings we enjoy. Shall we expend great death Greenville Banner. of this meeting be published in each dent, easy t tkae, easy to operate. Je-Ua F Any reader of this paper can secure their choice of a Sterling Silver Brace measles Farmers are badly behind with their let, a good Watch or a Solid Gold work , owing to continued bad weather Ring with a Genuine Diamond SetMr Eugene Klrby has returned ting, by distributing Flower Seed from a visit to his brother, at Even- Coupons among their friends and acs qualntances. Send your name and ing Shade, Ark, Mr. Willie Hurt left here for Dallas, address with 2c stamp to the American Seed Co., 335 Broadway. N Y. Tex., last week. and you will receive a sample Mr. James Wedding will move to package of choice seeds, $1.00 worth Sulphur Springs soon. Mr Dora Thomas, Utica, Daviess of Coupons, and full particulars. county, has bought Mr. Thomas Wed Vacation Trip. ding's farm and will move here in the spring. Washington, March 13 President Messrs. John W. Hurt and Ebra McKinley started on his vacation trip will, with their families leave Jamison at 6:40 o'clock this evening, accom here for Oklahoma the first of April panled by Mrs. McKinley, the Vice Mr C. F. Boswell nnd Mr Eugene President nnd Mrs, Hobatt, Senator Kitby attended court at Hartford and Mrs. Hanna, Assiitnnt Secretary Monday. Bortellcon and Clerk Hurrah for Bill Taylor for Govemor Barnes. The pty left Washington WRYXKR on a special train over the Atlantic Hartford Grand Lodgo of Fra- Coast line and will reach Thomasvllle. ternal Amorlcan Workmon Ga,'"the winter home of Seuator Hanna, some time tomorrow, Lodge met pursuant to adjourn. You Should Know. Called to older by provisional presl M. Mattingly; who briefly dint What Hood's Sarsapirllla has pow. stated the objects of both the meeting er to do for those who have Impure nnd the order and Impoverished blood. It makes Tho president declared the office of the blood rich and pure, and cures provisional or temporarj sectrtuy va scrofula, salt rheum, dspcpsla, ci cant und Unit the election ot such oftitrh, rheumatism, nervousness If ficer was In order Whereupon the you ate troubUd with any ailment lodge proceeded to the election of such caused or prompted byliupiTre blood, officer and John T, King was unanitake Hood's Sarsaparilla'at once. y, March 15 Health ol this commun tty generally good, a few cases of And come nnd price my goods before buying and I will show you that you can save money and git the Best Goods that you ever bought for the money. I have the nicest line of Shoes and Hats that ever has been brought to Barrett's Ferry, and at prices that will make them fit neat nnd nice. Calicoes that will soon be out ot season must go at 3c a yard and values In everything that I carry, aolbj No. 7 sugar for $t.oo. Arbuckle coflee at lie. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuance ol same, I am, yours always ready to please. These Prices Begin February 20, aeh Other Gr. 33. TAEXI.!Z;S. 1899, and continue balance of the year. Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would wiu success in life This being conceded, It Is of first Importance to get your naming ut tuc bciiooi inai sianos in me very iront rank. A Business 1 dcie&iion BOOKKEEPING, ) Seven experienced teachers, each one n specialist in his line. Graduates of this colteue preferred by busl SHORTHAND. ness houses Write lor a beautiful book civlnir tts-- . TELEGRAPHY. tlmonlals from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United States It will be mailed to you FREE. 28 ijhe Bryant & Straiton Sasiness Polleae, 1.0VINVII.I.K, l(i:.Vll'('HY. You first notice that you cough less, The pressure on the chest is lifted, That feeling of suffocation Is removed. A cure Is hastened bypltclngons of "WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY Dr. Aycr's Cherry I ard Hoa.D.T.Brewer. Tustice of U.S. Sucrcmt Court. says 1 " I cnmmoml It to all uj tbo ono great standauthority," Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A Book Froo frMfy. j.tcC It txetli In tho cmso with which thooyoflndatha word taught i in accuracy of dudiittlon In effective mothoda of liidli'iitlnir l'nmiiucUttou t. In rcrra and nomprohemtvo statements nt facta und In practical uao u a working dictionary. Spteimtn pogtt, etc., wnt oit anilfcit(rm. Menlam Co., PuUUbtri, Springfuld, Maa., u, 8, A. A It Is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Wrttm urn liava any coaaalalat whit.v.r It and itu dfitro Ih. mcaaalalvlta TOO fan pootblr r.c.Iva. writ. Ih. doctor 1 Iraalj, 1foullltolTaviowirW7il 1U. i, 0. Ami. tamM, ul. If you. qq.11 at She epubliQ&n Office. want pissl-ela- ss printing r! t . 1 1 i ;l You can't loose anything if you call at Fair & Co's and look over the big stock and of extraordinarily low prices offered by them. They must soon move to their now quarters. Don't want to move the goods, hence we put cut prices in every department. o '.l i r I- - r1 w i i t. Ik 1 Twelve prisoners are behind the bars of the Ohio County Jail, each ol whom Is charged with n felony. Four ol these are charged with murder with the foulest murders ever com milled In Ohio county Of those who IJie puddle in the pathway nre hetd to nnswer a charge ol taking life, one is a uegro, two are most lives is a defective liuiUHnmen and the fourth is a white AbSOMJTEIV white circulation due to a blood sup' woiiinn Two other men, who have Makes the food more delicious and wholesome on bond human lives, growing taken to this n half ate out towns in ply that instead novn mjhwo yon co . tw vow. dozen Add clear and strong like a moun- this a Isprohibition cuinty where whisky sold as freely as groceries, I ' tain brook, is stagnant and while the grand jury is sitting and Sunday E C. Baird, Supt., and J, BEAVER DAM, KY. you have a picture of which the good C Hoover Assistant, impure. Puddles may be puriciti?ens ol Ohio county are deeply March 15 Owing to sickness, we Mr. Alfred Hoover has moved into fied, however, and become ashamed. have been unable to furnish you the his new house. Well, I will close by wishing the news from this place iorseveral weeks, limpid streams. Thatjs So,if thcro is anything in our stock that you want to save money on, now is we nre quite clad indeed to furnish Republican the greatest success. Co Dozen Ladies' Seamless 20c host-tw15c for Turkey Red Table Linen, LITERARY AND SOCIAL EVENTS. Hood's Sarsaparilla does with f Jay. tho time to buy. The Biggest Discounts ever recorded is now taken off of our you the happenings of this busy little Old worth 2oc. pairs for 25c. MISS A tit E AUSTIN, tdltor. town. entire stock nnd tbif year we have dono tho unprecedented thing of reducing prom another correspondent. "Black Cat" stockings for Boys and human blood. loc for Good Cotton leans, worth O" Uncle CharlieStevens.whohas been It clarifies, purities and strengthens Mr. K. C Baird, who was somewhat values where goods are tbe most salable. Do you appreciate this to the excents. Girls, 35c. dangerously ill for the past three 15 The Hartford Girls Club met Inst tlio blood, and licn this Is accom- Saturday afternoon with Miss Mary weeks, is thought by his Doctor and crippled up by horses running off, we "5c for Good Shirtings, worth 7c Men's Suspenders loc. plished, tho vital organs, llor, lungs, Keown, The program was nicely nurse to be recovering as rapidly as are glad to announce is getting up tent of a purchase? There is no time to stop and think. Act NOW, Don't Gent's Ties loc to 25c. 5c (or Best Apron Ginghams, worth could be expected of one of his age. again. kldncjs, bonds, nro all braced and in- carried out and much fun was enjoy let your neighbor got tho cream of tho bargains when you can get goods at 6 cents. Men's Linen Collars 10c. Mr. Robert Wells is complaining vigorated. It fifier rfiiu;joiiiO. ed niter the literary work. They Mr. S W. Leach, of Hickory urove with la grippe. 6c lor Good Dress Ginghams, worth such low figures. Good calicoes from 3c to Cc. Nice dress and apron checked Gent's underwear 50c suit, worth 75 neighborhood, has been nursing him Dyspepsia "Suffered everything but meet nlternoon with Miss Little Joe Her is on the sick list 8 cents. Men's Wool Hata 25c. ginghams for ic. Yard wide bloach cotton (no lime in it) at Ijlc. Nico death for years with dyspepsia. Nothing Annie Patton. All the members are for the past two weeks, by the way, Little Willie Hoover is visiting her nurse. Good Bleach, no starch, 5c. Sarsapauntil Remnant line Overcoats, less than relieved mo made I took Hood'swell. Can requested to attend as they elect offi he is said to be quite a goodvisited and It and kept mo our grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. plaid cottons nt4c. Good heavy domestic at 4Jc. Nice 10.4 sheeting at 18c. our last, death has rilla Since White Carpet Wnrp 15c. Colored cost. eat anything I wljli." Mrs. Kcorxs cers. town twice, and claimed on Sunday Westerfield. Turkey red table linen, 15c. Plaid taulo linen, 35c. White fable linen from Murnit, Hull's Mill, Danbury, Conn. Carpet Warp l6y,c. Men's) Suits $2.50, worth Uncle Ike Hudson is able to be out . The Woman's Club had a most the person of Mr. Jim Sam Bennett. again. Impure Blood- -" rive years I mrfered 25c to 75c. Good heavy shirting cottons at 7c. Bed ticking 15c, (guaranGood Brown Cotton, by bolt, 4c. had been suflering severMen's Good Boots, now $1.29, worth with pimples on faco and body. Hood's pleasant meeting with their President Mr. Bennett Mr, W. G. Bennett, who has been Good Linen Crash, 5c. Sarsaparilla cured me permanently. It Miss Maggie Nail last Saturday alter-noo- al days from a very severe attack of Wo can't mention every articlo in our Staple De $175. on the sick list for some time, is im teed to hold feathers). my father's Good Towels, 100 a pair. Men's Shirts, big line, 50c none also cu rod Tustln City, carbuncles." Albert Much Interest was manifested. lagrippe. He was burled Monday proving. E. CiiArr, Cal. partment, but there are bargains in it for you. Now a word in regard to our evening In the No Creek burying euch less tuan 75c. most earnest I Erysipelas-Bed Tick 16 Inch 7c. " My little girl Is now fit It Is the be present desire thatafters ground. He leaves a wile, a large Mrs. Janie Leisure and little son, Men's Heavy Shoes, $1.00. member and healthy on account uf Hood's Sarsapa Good feather Tick, 15c. family of children and many friends Noble, visited Mrs. Lue Her this week. rilla curing her of erysipelas and eczema. noon at Mrs. J. R. Plrtle. Men's Pine Shoes, Jr. 00. Mrs. Nannie Stewart visited Mrs. family medicine, as we all It." Men's Heavv Socks, 5c. to mourn his departure. On Monday Ladles' Grain, button or lace, shoes Jt Is our O. Wiieatlev, Port Chester,take Y. it N Mrs. II. Mary Riggs last Sunday. Ladles' Fleeced hose loc, worth 15c fti.oo. The Entre Nous are anticipating a morning our town was made sad at Miss Esther Westerfield visited Mrs. most pleasant meeting with Miss Her hearing ol the death of Mrs. Delilah Cora Hoover Saturday. You can buy a good pair of ladies' black hose for 5c, A good corset from this evening Tacky costumes will Taylor, wife of Mr. Sam P. Taylor. Again the dark angel has taken 35c to 50c. A nice pair of gloves from 10o to 50c. Nice pair of ladies' kid Delilah, as she was commonly be laughable leature. The program Aunt away a loved one. Mr. James Bens we think will be almost as ridiculous- called, had been a sufferer for a long nett was burled yesterday at Old gloves in black, tan and green for 81.00. We have a small lot of ladies' and Itood'i 1111. r nre liter llll, tli. non trrlutlin anil ly rendered. A lull description will while of a paralytic trouble. She was Mill on No Creek. He leaves many gentlemen's heavy underwear, which we will cloee out at half price. Also a " only c.lh.rtle tu tTi. with HooJ""S4tiprTll. buried at Liberty. She leaves a hus be given in next issue. band, one daughter and a host of friends and relatives to mourn his nice lino of pcrcal shirts which will go at half price. Wo mo not blowing,but . loss. May God, who alone can bless we will save you money on your Boots and Shoes. Good pair of men's boots friends to mourn her departure. Mr. C. C. Wedding's boarding & Mrs. C. II. Stevens, who has been and comfort the bereaved family, weep for 81.20 only a few pairs left. Boys' boots, sizes 12 to 2, for 81.00. Five house, 654 id street, Louisville, Is the offerquite sick for three or tour weeks, Is not lor him, he weeps no more. capital place lor Ohio county people Wishing the Republican success, pairs boya' boots, sizes 3 to 5, for 81.05. Ladies' heavy button and lace shoes much Improved at this writing. to stop while in the city, liest ;i.oo Monroe. 81.00. A few pairs of ladies' medium weight shoes, sizes 3, 3 and1, to Since our last letter to your paper, I will close. tf per day house in the city. we have had a change in office man at cloee out at 75c. Schroeter, the leading Oreen river MATANZAS, CUBA. the depot. Our old Irlend, Col. W. Photographer, is now at Hartford. Fred Long, is now holding the keys Call and see his work. His Photo March 9. On the 24th day of Feb down at this place. He had charge ot Buttons are the fad of the day, also this office several years ago. Our ruary last, I made a visit to Ha his Photos are finer than ever. business people were glad to welcome vana, the capitoland principal city of Wo have only a few more overcoats left and they must be sold. We will him back here. We have never had a Cuba, nnd remained till the 27th. Before buying, get our prices on sell you a 85 one for 82.50, a 83 one for 82, a 82.50 one for 81.50. Don't more obliging agent here than Col. Two lieutenants, one irom the 8 th Wagons, Buggies, Disc Harrows, Massachusetts and the other from the wait and bavo to pay more for them next winter. In order to make room for Long. Cultivators; Corn Drills, Plows, FerMr. Bud CUlnn and family nave 1 6th Indiana accompanied me. We tilizers, Buggy Poles, Shalts, &c , left Matanzas about 3:30 p m. and our Spring Stock of Boys' and Men's Clothing, wo are selling tbe remnant moved to his farm. hrst-clas- s LtKENS & Ross, Liverymen. Mrs. Ellen Maddox and daughter, arrived at Havana, perhaps three and stock of suits at half price. Don't put off buying, but come at once and get Jennie, Owensboro, visited relatives a half hours later. The distance la Mr. Randall Collins returned from about 65 miles and the journey was thece bargains. So thanking you for past favors and hoping to do more busiin Beaver Dam first of this week. Tuesday, where he had gone tue East, Miss Nola Her and Mrs. A B. Pate, quite a pleasant one. Some ol the ness with you in the future, we are to purchase an immense stcck ol Hartford, visited friends here for sevs country through which we passed Is goods for his new store which he will Without a Commonwealth's Attornoy. perfectly level, and rich as Kentucky's eral days past. building about the open in the Cox Miss Laura Norns.ot uwensnoro, is tamous "Blue Grass Region." The first of April. for the re- visiting her aunt, Mrs. Georgia Coots, largest and richest sugar plantations While making the order ol the world can be seen from tbe win Mrs. Sam Taylor, died at her home turn ol Cicero King, the murderer of at this writing. B in Beaver Dam, the 13th Inst., of a Marshal Sam Casebier.lrom the Louis Mrs. Tom Johnson. Sulphur Springs, dows of the little coaches, as you ride complication of diseases. She had vlllejail toOhlocountyiortrlal, Judge is visiting her children, who are at- along, and I cannot believe that finer grove of palms, oranges ana cocoanur, been in ill health for several months Owen madethissigniGcant statement: tending school at this place. t& Don't forget to bring us your Eggs aud Feathers. 'The court finds itself in a most Her remains were Interred in Liberty Mrs. Claude Maddox, of McIIenry, trees can be found anywhere. precarious position. On the heel of visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. cemetery. At every station which the train the criminal docket, with three of the A. Stewart, ot this place, first of the stopped, it was besieged with little c9r'rrr-wwr'WirB9&9?successors to most important murder cases that week, Moore & Sanderfur, ditty children and often grown men Pate Bros., have replenished their al- were ever on the criminal docket ol Messrs. J. B. and D. F. Gann have and women, peddling oranges, baready large stock of groceries and now the Ohio Circuit Court, we are at pres- moved their shoe shop to Princeton. nanas, cocoanuts, partridges aud al 5 1 have a complete stock of everything ent without n Commonwealth's attor Gray & Co. shipped a car load of most everything else one would not X In their line Give them a call. Next ney. The Court and the County At- hoes Tuesday. y ...is ti... expect. From the number of pardoor to Carson & Co's. torney will have to do the best they Mr. Sam Gains, Fordsville, was in tridges I saw the country must be full Economical Writing Machine, h can, and when the proper time comes town a tsw hours yesterday. ol them. Mr. II. F. Lowe, and Miss Mabel I will appoint an attorney to assist in Mr. Noble, of the U S. Insurance The best land is owned by wealthy y CmstrocfeJ en scientific principles. tnj were quietly married at the protecting theinterestoi the common Co., has been In town several days. Barnett. landlords, and the plantations usually F-AJIIof slmptt pins. It Is the most double home of the baide's uncle, Mr. Wood wealth." R midline mjde. Repair tilts tre redaced to COLLEGE NOTES. Irom 1,000 acres upward. contain Tlusley, jesterday evening at 230, the minimum. It Is the Best Vtlac Writer. This is indeed a sad state ol afiairs. Mr. O. V. Wilson, an old student ol land Is not very easily bought, o'clock. The wedding was i very It is not a mere statement, but a fact this school, who Is teaching quite a Goodsells for from twenty to two hunjiu risr jiti bjidiuuuia and Mr. L. P. Downs, of Smallhonse, is quite affair, only the immediate re acknowledged by all and declared from at Elmwood, near the price being 2 Smith Premier Typewriter Company, $ attending court and visiting relatives lation and friends ot tue contracting the bench by our venerable Judge. successlal school town Saturday mix- dred dollars per acre, convenience of nt McHenry, was in often determined by in town. parties being present. The ceremony Who is responsible for this great ca ing with old iriends. 215 5th St. Louisville Ky railroad, city or harbor. 412 Waluut St., Cincinnati, O. was pronounced by Rev. J. A. Ben lamity? Every man who, in exercis FRIDAY, MARCH 17. Messrs. Heury Woodburn and Clyde Miss Bettie Felix, of Olston, who As I said before, we reached the deing the inherent right ot suurage.cast was here In school last year, spent a pot at Havana about 7 p. m. and In Campfield, of Rockport, attended nett. his vote for J. Edwin Rowe. Who court tbjs week. Mrs. Polly Westerfield, whom the should be blamed? They, not he. few days in town this week. crossing the harbor to the city, we ious to eo home and when the band ing them than by sinking a shaft meets all trains at Field's 'bus Miss Stella Field spent Sunday with passed within aoo yards of the wreck played "Old Kentucky Home" yess through solid granite. grand jury Indicted for complicity in Previous to his Beaver Dam. Dr. E. B Pendlenton, went to Nel he had giv friends at Arnold. oi the battleship Maine. terday, the cheers that went up were son creek Muhlenberg country Sun the murder ot Frank Burks, near Ma en the people of this Judicial District They are in a tomb, sealed tight Miss Maude Calrnes spent Sunday gan, sometime ago, was lodged In jail Vary little .pt the wreck Is visible sufficient tu prove It. Leave your stock with Likens & day returning Monday. aud hav in Rockport. a three years object-lessotube ti above the water, but a true American Ross when in Hartford. here Sunday by Deputy Sheriff D. M, We confidently expect to be at home with the exception ol a ing ignored that warning, the result Misses Cora and Berqhie Leach and citizen could not look upon the by the first of May, and hoping that that has served to carry water from For fresh bread at all hours, call on Hockcr. Mrs Westerfield Is the moth- is inevitable Mr. lohn Chapman, Owensboro, Wecker & Bonhomme, Proprietors er of Foster Gross, who Is In jail here, Cora Iunis spent Sunday with friends rusted iron of that once strong battle- In this we may not be disappointed. the workings. Through this aperIf this manner ot conduct continues was in town thlseek. ship without a feeling of sadness Oscar Bishop, City Bakery, Haitlord, Ky. tf charged as principal in the Burks the courts will be a mockery and jus- near Cromwell. ture the men have been furnished Miss Zue Llold spent Sunday at which comes under no other circum murder. Mr. Jap Mclntire, Ceralvo, made us tice will have flown to brutish beasts. Whitesvllle. and y with food, The Hopklnsvllle Steam Laundry stances, and ray sad feeling was in no NOTES. COLLEGE n pleasant call Mouday. Blind tigers may spring up in every Miss Dena Woodward spent Satur- way relieved when on the following electric lights were dropped to the uses tue "Doz it" machine to move village and hamlet cast their venom day with her uncle, Mr. Joe Foster, day, I visited the gravel of the brave Mr. Wm. Autry, of Horse Branch, the rough edges oil ol collars. After three weeks sickness Carlisle depths. anions the vouth of our country and near town. ssamen whose lives were lost in the was In town this week. in school. The Imprisoned men say they ate defv the courts. The vile hand of the Mr, Brinton Bean, Sulphur Springs, Bean, ot Owens- great disaster and whose remains now Render Is again Little Miss Jennie Miss Olive Carson has left school quite comfortable, aside from the murderer may spill the lileblood of boro, was a pleasant visitor in the was the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. II Mr. Ed Davidson, of Shreve, is at rest In Cristobal Colon cemetery, and and accepted 'a position in the Innocent men, while justice must primary room one day last week. Thomas, the first of this week. chance of meeting death at any mintending court this week. saw only a wooden slab bearing the grope in the darkuess. Subscriber. inscription "To the Wctlms of the Robert Wedding missed school the ute should the mine collapse to a We have reduced the price of coal at Mr. II. C. Truman, of Fordsville, Maine." No sately marble rears its latter part of last week on account of greater extent. Fifteen minute relays the Dr. Miller bank from xiic to 3c. in town Wednesday. wbs SHINKLE CHAPEL, KY. proud head to proclaim a nations grat- sickness. are kept with sledges and drill on the W. A, Miiabr & Bro. 36 itude to her sons whoso gallantly The busy preparation Miss Nola Her went to Beaver Dam March 14. Health is medium good. gave their lives In her defense. Only literary societies of the college should dslivery shaft. Messrs. Ike C, Adair, J. T. Smith, Saturday, returning Monday. Mr. A. Webb who has been on the "To the Victims ol the Maine " Jr., Sam Gains and Charlie Ford, ol Insure a large attendance at their open from Dundee, Felix Pool, a sick list is improving. The Cristobal Colon cemetery is session next week. received Fordsville, were in town Wednesday. came very near raftmau his life in an Carson Bros, have just losing 3 Monday was little Calvin Iler's owned by the city ot Havana and alter Since the arrival of new chemicals, large supply ol seed popatoes. Fair & Co. have moved their stock accident just below here last Saturbirthday. He expected to give the lit- bodies have been burled some time the classes in Physics and Chemistry tle folks a dinner, owing to sicksess and the rent is not paid, tbe remains have been very busy this week trying Mr. John M. Bishop, ol Centertown, ol goods to their elegant and com day, Pool was landing a raft of saw modious quarters in front of court logs and it struck a dead tree which in the family and the death of our are disinterred and thrown inside a experiments. called at this office Wednesday. fell across the rait brushing the back uncle, there was but few to dine with large Inclosure some 50 feet square house. The examination held Thursday of dried fruit, apples, For all kinds ot his head and tearing his clothing him. surrounded bv a huge stone wall. and Friday of last week was a test Messrs. Shelby Taylor, J. F. Car- down his back aud crushing his heel go to Carson Bros. peaches etc., The farmers are preparing for a The bones inside this "Boneyard" as which caused those who were examson, R. T. Her, attended the Demo Into sent him home a jelly large crop of tobacco. It la called, are now about 20 feet ined to look upon many subjects. For anything to be found in a first, cratic convention at Hopklnsvllle last Saturday. Frisnds Mr. Sutherland has moved in our deeD. We climbed the wall and stood The boys are enjoying me openiuu class grocery call on Corson Bros. Saturday. midst. unon human bones, skulls, hair and of spring, as it gives them the oppors We have just received a carload of We are expecting Mr. Albert Chlnn's teeth. A gentleman form Pennsyl- tunity ol spinning inoi rauuu The "goodies" that Wecker and Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and Jaa. II. Thomas, of Beaver Dam, saw mill in our neighborhood. vania who was with us carried away Bonhomme are making are just Drills of the best make to be had and has a severe attick of pneumonia. possession of ever boy, the We organized u Sunday school last one of the skulls, but I concluded I top. simply grand, ' To see them makes are save you money on prepared to Mrs. A. E. Pate visited relatives at one hungry. would be fortunate enough to get back all kinds of machinery. Call and see Beaver Dam the first of this week, home with the one I wore away. Thin. oalc. anamlc slirls SOUTH BEAVER DAM, KY. us before buying. Agents tor Mr. Lewis Rowe, of Echols, transHow is Your Grip? We paid a visit to the old Cathedral Mr. Silas L. Stevens, of Cromwell, acted business in Hartford Monday the King of harvesting need a fatty food to enrich Crime. Is you in which Is the tomb which once conAnother Not getting along as well as March 13. School at this place was among our many callers Monday. and visited his nephew, J. L Rowe, machinery. expected? That Is the way grip acts tained the remains of Christopher progressing nicely with Prof R. C Henry F:em & Son. their blood, give color to Last Saturday afternoon Will Glover when it is not taken in band and Columbus. The tomb is still there, Jarnagin as teacher. was ol this office, Mr. James Durall, of Rockport, shot and almost instantly killed Jim driven out of the system at once. but his remains are now gone. Monday. their cheeks and restore their pleasant caller at this office Sheriff Stevens arid Deputy Sherifi Aunie and Jesse Blankenshlp, ol R. C. Sutphln, Jeweler, will repair Duncan at Render, this county. It The principal place ot interest to Union, are attending school at this your watches, clocks, etc., in first- - Benton who were ordered to bring appears from the testlmouy of eye The poisons left by the grip germs health and strength. It Is Col. Messrs. J. W. Duvall, and J. Embry, keep right on destroying iue vuaiuy me was Artores Castle, where place. class order and guarantee them to Cicero Kincr from the Louisville jail, witnesses Select, were pleasant callers Wednesthat the killing was unpro and undermining the health. You Crittenden of Kentucky with fifty safe to say that they nearly Farmers are behind with theirwork, returned ,yesterday evening witnoui voked and cold blooded. give satisfaction. day. loose your appetite for food and what men, were shot one morning in 1851. owing to the bad weather. him. A case of smallpox was taken all reject fat with their food. Glover is a toldler and was at home little you eat seems to do no good. We went into the "Death Chamber;" Mrs. Jennie Robinson a very old from the prison to the pest house last Mrs. Caroline Austln.who has been Mr. las. G. Kelley, of Render, was m He had been bolsters Your nerves are unstrung, you become and saw the stocks in which men's aick for sometime, Is no better. on a furlough. Sunday. Mrs. Friday and it was thought best not to died nt in town Wednesday and called at this Robinson Madisonville was an aunt of Dr. E. B. bring the prisoner out The court at ous and overbearing since his return weak and exhausted and finally you heads and hands were held until It Mr. J. B Blankenshlp's family are office. is repotted contin- are overpowered by some chronic disleased the cruel captors to end their all sick with la grippe. Pendleton ol this place. Louisville refuse to allow inmates ol and had been, itSaturday ually armed. afternoon order which takes you to an untimely E elpless captives' misery in cold blood prison in court. I like to read the letters from tbe Likens & Ross will give your stock The Hartford Lodge uf Knights ol the while In company with several other grave cd murder. I picked up from the soldkr boys In Cuba. Success to our especial attention when you come to colored men engaced in a friendly . Why should you let the grip run floor of this chamber a piece of hand soldier boys and TUB Rbfuhucan Is Honor will celebtate the second anni Vol Edwards, the five-yeLittle tf court. versary of its organizttion by a grand old son Mr Thomas Edwards, ot general chat, Duncan kindly said to until it gets such a hold on you when palnte I tiling , and brought It with me the wlslf of Gtmss Who. Miss Ollle Carson, has accepted a barbecue the roth ol Inly. WimtiYPOPHOSPtUTESorLlHESiSOM Render died Thursday, the 14th inst him "Bill If vou do not quit your a few bottles ol Dr. Miles' Narvlne na n nnnvenir. vou will .get killed would fix you up nil right? It Is the position as clerk In the Hartford post ol the brain on Sun boiaterousness no pass and could not explore ilnmniRtiou I had Goobol's Canvass. work, ot in before, while Sonator For the very best tonsoilal otltce. day playing, his elder someol these times," whereupon im ereatest nerve medicine and health Morro Castle uor Cabonas, but saw call on Bullington, the barber. He is exactly what they require 1 accident-tll- y mediately Glover jumped down Irom restorer ever known and thousands of them Irom across the bay, which is interesting has elegnnt quarters, the best of tools, brother threw a rock which Senator William Goebel, candidate Dont (all to read the btruck the little fellow on the unon the fence and said "D n you grip's victims are finding in it a safe not very wide. Morro Castle is neithit not only gives them the im- nomination for style- ti head, resulting In death The re maybe jou'd better do it," nnd began for the Democratic letter from the soldier boys In 'another and will fix you up in aud sure means ot regaining lost er so large nor so strong as Cabonas, oil) column. portant element (cod-live- r firing at once. One shot took eflect strength and vitalietv. aud seems to be famous only, lor com- Governor ot Kentucky, denounces Moore & Sandetfur, the new gro- mains were taken to Brevier, Muhlen entrance to Mrs. E J Hudson nnd Mrs Nancy cery men. kindly invite the people o' berg county, Wednesday for Interment. In the thlh and another penetrated "I found myself with a very weak manding the once served the a harbor, some uunamed worker on the Louis- S in a palatable and easily ai as prison vllle Dispatch as "a liar and scoun the body jubt under the heart. itotnach. and every time I tried to eat and having S. King were callers at this office Hartiord and Ohio county to give While engaged In a difficulty with form.but also the hvpo-- i Duncan is said to have been a very I woutd become nauseated sometimes for lieutenant Hooson, wno aueiwam them a call Pate's old ttand. . Monday. another little boy at Render, this quite and sober man, who enjoyed belching wind and frequently finding brcame famous for kissing most of the drel" in his speecu oi Hartford. phosphiteSWhichareSOValUa-- , Goe- Colonel Jack Chlnn. Senator Messrs. S L Stevens, E. E Rng countv. Tuesday, the little five year- - the confidence nnd respect ol his as- relief only after vomiting. My nerves silly girls In the United States. .. Hilev Simmons died at his home in ...,U Z il a son ot Mr Kicnaro wrigming re sociates, On the afternoon ol the 27th we saw bel's suppotter In every scheme was almost ble in nervous disorders inasj Beaver Dm Wednesday of spinal ers, Cromwell; J II. Blankeushtp, old became aflected and I Beaver Dam; nnd Pete Lauder, Render celved a severe stroke on the head After the tragedy Glover fled, but blind for several months. Finally I part of Sampson's fleet and the Texas, Sjnator Goebel's equal in all qualities meningitis, usually accompany anxmia. in the hand or was peon captured nt Tajlor Mines, f om a coupling-pirequisite for the Gavernorshlp of some smaller many callers Monwere among our using Dr. Miles' Nervine; and Brooklyn and his assailant, which inflicted an ugly brought to town and lodged in jail. began I had used one bottle I was returned to the bar- Kentucky, draws u pistol on Mr. Mr, Dan F Glbba, the hustling day. and then SCOTT'S EMULSION Isaj when A dignified wound on his head. A portion ol an Bronston at Lexington. Rockport merchant, was in town Glover has been indicted by the greatly improved. Alter taking two racks. Baptist church, at Ren ear was cut off and a deep gash cut on GoeThe Render fatty food that Is more easily j The court more bottles my stomach trouble was Wednesday. On my return I found thit sergeant and honorable canvass SenatorIriends der, Ky , will be dedicated on the 5th the head. Dr H. B Innes was called grand jury lor murder. morrow, from the hospit bel and his supporters and has set his trial for to ditfested than any other form; entirely gone and I have had no re Patton had been sent Hospital Ship, have Inaugurated for au office that The Rev J in and dressed the wounds, Grove Taylor, who was reported to Sunday in April, 1899 S. turn of the symptoms in over mree al on board a U came back and took gentlemen have heretofore filled. have Meningitis at Beaver Dam is A, Bennett, of 1'atrview, K.y , will 01 $ of fat. A certain amount of which afterward Mrs, L. L Winters, years." tf fidate. Improving. Four Smallpox. nn hoard coroorat Bennett. We have Press Transcript. Gwynnevllle, Ind. a flesh is necessary for health, company In need ol enlarged portraits, call II A trial package of Dr. Miles' favor-It- no serious Illness in the The very freshest and best groceries at Schroeter a Floating Studio and see Yesterdays Louisville Dispatch conFood SontThrough Tubos. You can get it in this way. Y Volunteers now The nth N. treatment for the grip consisting in the market can be lound at Moore wimples and prices on best grades only. tained the following: An effort was IIAKTI'ORM, KY, nt TV. Miles' Nervine. Dr. Miles' antl- - stutioned here, received orders yester Two per-Sanderfur's, D, Leadville. Col.. March 12 & Wc out ol Ills place 01 business is neaaquaiters made yesterday to have Mrs. A. has Pain Pills and Dr. Miles' Nerve ana day to prepore to be musteredseen no Houghlin, the insane woman who men are 400 feet under ground In the $ tf we have work, to Watch. Clock and Jewelry repairing Liver Pills, will be sent absolutely service, and while Good homes wanted lor a boy 12 lor such been ut the county jail lor several we unders communications, mining shaft In this camp and In first class order. years old and girl 16 years ol age. it. while Fleld'& Son have secured an extra weeks, taken charge of by her relax done fine outfit for testing eyes for free ot cost to any person sending officialthat the troops will be sent Bonalr A 34 Apply to Judge Miller. on a postal card, stand likely to stay there three weeks o; X oc. ivti,i,IUruUM. stable and now have ample room to llAesat Fern Creek, They refused weak vision, etc. Don't fall to have name and address In which they came. away in the order sample, amd mention SCOTT 4 SOWHE, ChtmUtt, Niw Ywk. all their customers. absolutely to have anything to with your eyes tested before buying spec- requesting theof this paper. Address This would leave the 3d Ky., to be more unless tbelr comrades on the Mr. M. J. Cox, candidate for the accommodate ing the name nomination lor Represen- The politest attention and the best ol heron account ofthe'r tear ol the tacles, here, We are all anx- - surface find some other way of reach Democratic . Dr. Mllo Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. thi smallpox, Iced tor your tiorses, tative, was in town Wednesday, PRICES 60 D0WN1 "Eoeiy Path Hath a Puddle." Royal V tURE Baking Powder HELP WANTED TO REDUCE OUR WINTER STOCK of Before Spring Opens and Spring Styles Blossom what h (4-00- V NOTION DEPARTMENT. fwOtCS SaUaf)WiU T ISUE1IE u$ T T CONVINCE Prices that will make merchandise move. There's real worth in ings like these for hard cash. ieMfiikMig jhttomt fto? Stewart Leach at Beaver Dam will take your Produce of all kinds: Butter, eggs, chickens, feathers,&c. in exenange tor any Clothing Department. 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 does, thing in the Dry goods line. Try them. They are merchants. YOURS RESPEGTPULLY, T- cSs POG-L- IE. co; W tOOS, YOID AIK- 9 Visit us at once and we guarantee our prices below any baited prices than may be given you. Truly, s 1 ne omtm rremter iwewraer Sz CO. Hartford Republican. iwasBb 55BII ten-inc- h Come out and enjoy an evening with Bingham. A good hearty laugh will do you more good than to Ralph Bingham,the eat a week. greatest entertainer ol his kind on the post-offic- .... American platform, will be at the Baptist Church on the evening oi the 25th inst. You will miss the op portunity of a life time, if vou fail to hear him. 39 d3atkj ed - llts Easy Ho Takq I I I I mn LIVER OIL I , tlil ' n men-of-wa- I I R. C. SUTPHIN, Jeweler and Optician, j e I I sons I day have known gain a pound a; taking last-troop- a "ta6eIC'8 t-ff- Vi w "T" "-- ' r'vto&kiiu' fch fc- - - ' miu. -- . :: -- t v Jfefe ' Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH 17. The teal name of the writer should accompany each communication, to insure publication. Remittances mny be made by Money Order, Registered Let ter, Bn.ik Check or Dtalt. Correspondence intended (or public cation or on business connected with Post-Offi- the office, to insure prompt nttention, should be addressed to run KrtrunLi CAN. Ttt EXCEIENCE U d8 not only to OF SYRUP OF HOS rr.'. by tha Califounul Fio Srnup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist ouo in aroiding the worthless Tho Hog and Blaoksnako Aro imitations manufactured by other parForomost on tho List. ties. Tlie high standing of tho Fio Stiiup Co. with tlie medical profession, nnd the satisfaction The two greatest enemies of the which the genuine Syrup of Figs 1ms glren to millions of families, makes rattlesnake are the blacksnake and the tha nnmo of tho Company a guaranty hog. The rattlesnake is slow and of the excellence of its remedy. It is sluggish in movement, while the far in advance of all other laxatives, blacksnake is intensely rapid. The as it acta on the kidneys, liver and latter will circle around his ioe and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it docs not gripe nor with a sudden dart, grasp the venomnauseate. In order to get its beneficial ous reptile by the neck, so that it has effects, please remember tho name of no chance to use its poisonous fangs, tho Company and quickly squeeze it to death CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. A hog, especially if fat, suiters no AM rUANCISCO, Ok danger Irom the rattlesnake, says the IflCHVILI.lt, Ky. NEW YOKE; N. T. Cam-roBsi- manufactured bjr scientific processes known to tho California Fio Svnui Co. only, and wo wish to impress upon all the Importance, of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the jrenulne Syrup of Fig la manufactured imrllcltj of tho combination, but also to tuo care and skill with which it 1. tho originality nml Tun REVUDLiCANis mailed regular ly to its subciibcrs until a tlclii ttt order to discontinue It N rcciived nnd all arrears are paid in lull Tun Rr publican is $1 per year II paid in nd vnnce, but it not paid in advance will be Jit. 45 per year RATTLER'S ENEMIES. cool in a comparatively iceless country. There are jugs and jugs ol vari ious shapes nnd sizes ail of gray clay, moulded in quaint design. The com monest are round and slender, with two holes in each side near the ban die, which is on top. One hole is perhaps an inch in diameter, through which to pour the water into the jug, and the other in n knob which marks tlie place, is not larger than the hollow of n goose quill, It is the old story ol the bung nnd the spltiot. Filled with water, the jug is hung on a peg or any conventet t projection, The in a spot that Is dutightcy currents of 'air cause the thick pot us of clay.to perspire, like a patient re covering lrom the Santiago fever." and lh" result is that the witrr ! li rendered cool nod wiiulrwuir Cub.in fashion of dilnking u notouch the vensel with the lips, but t open the mouth wide, and, holding the jug up, to tilt It until n tit stream run-dothethroit, describ curve and tiiWin, ing a squire on the root of the tongue 1 six-inc- h EXCELLENT COMBINATION. OHIO COUNTY COURT. C. T. Whitttiighiil, n fo- - rt uni'ay Dinner Ac, SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE BASED ON MERIT. The linporlniiciiol liilurinini; Ihr I'nblie ol ihr Viilm- - ill hii Arileli- through lrftilliisr - Order Petition for Ormlil Pclio.il. ) urm ot tho ()' At a County Court lnOil on t li. ftMi iPtiv Dcci mlirr, 1H8, n tho inn II 111 Il.irtfonl, R , the pfinnui ig vh. ) ii ncA STORA For Infants and Children. t, .. Ks v&V. IMMrrn CENTERTOWN, KY. Dr. B. F. Tichenor, who has been very sick for several days past, is able to be up again. Mrs. McFord nnd daughter, Miss Clara, of Island, Ky., are visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs J. P Thompson is visiting relatives in tlie West Point neighbor hood, Mr. S. R. James has resigned as clerk in I. Foster's store and T. S. Woodward has secured a position as clerk in the store. Miss Mabel Brown, of here, was married to n Mr. Richard in Paducah, Ky., last week. They will make their home in Phebes, 111. Rev. Tom Morton is In Owensboro on business. Mr. J. M. Brown has moved into the residence of Bill Riley Tichenor, on North ist street. Mr. Alex Hancock has moved onto the farm of R S. Ashby. We think that one or two weddings will be to report very soon Sue. GRDVEa -- sCS? TASTELESS T NIC WARRANTED. PRICE I8JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. MOV. HILL 50 eta, ISM. It, G1T.ATIA, ItLS., tlalaUjM41lnn Pn.. t. iAUlB.Mo. OaalLnaan: Vfa Bold laat rear. fiOS bottloa Of ((ROVES TASTELLSB CHILI. TONIC and hire fcmgBtlbrM sroM already this yenr. Iaalloartx. builntsi. bays lun.nen of H Tiara, la tlie drus unlrarsalaatl. liner acid an article tuatgaro aiicn Toura trulr. XacUun at your Tunic. ALSIV.CAUK ACO. For sale by J. II. Williams. ltrfttta with too wbttbf r j?n oAnttntir tb HlliftiiiiuK vauaccu uauii,. f a ua TfiaTti ub acsiri iqt idbtcro, wii 4WI I PlaiLKJf (unBirTouioiiircii. pen Sine, puiiucs uivuu. 1 t manhood Lb I ft torti 1 riB 1 ! (troar old. 4D0.O0O mkti inDaiiD,n I HUP rfcl.ui rurtil Iluv AfOTO-llAffro-r. 9 wi vatip nwn liPuirirUt whs Ulveuchforui Tikf Itwith wiii,pftiintirl)er.titi.iiT un L51 z.Sl, uiuallr curcit 3 boiei.tsui. to en re, or we rfun4 mnntr li 7a h "rdkm jto i Strutted arinary passage It corrects inability (o hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times luring the night. The mild and the xtraordinary effect of Swamp-RoCouriervlournal is soon realized, It stands the high-s- t In tLe for Its wonderful cures of the tno'it than in any other paper published both in quality and quantity. distressing cases If vou need a med 104 Papers One Year (or 50 Cents. icine you should have the best. At Courier-Journ- a druggists filty cents or one dollar. The Twice is the equal oi many dailies, nnd tb Vou may have a sample bottle and superior oi all other papers It prim i book that tells more nbout it, both more real news, more good c uss mat sent absolutely free by mall, if you ter, more good stories, than juy otlit-Blng Issued Wednesday and Satin hy. A address to Dr Knmer & Co., good commission to agents, riatnjilt lianipton, N. V. When writing be copies free on application. Write t- sure and mention that you read this Courior-JournCompany, generous cuter in the HarTI'ord RK I'UBLICAN. i.(iiii ii.i.i:, kv MsX)s By a Special Arrangement You Can Cet The Standing up behind nil the other Is sues in the present gubernatorial can vass is the ghost of San ford. It is in ' lie fight to stay, and its warning hand till wave many a man from the fol lowing ol Goebel, Inquirer. and tho In our courts of justice we are con lnually letting escape the really gull ty party. Could whiskey be arraingen Courier-Journ- al and convicted of all the crimes of Both 1 year lor om which it is guilty, eternity would be Insufficient in which to serve out the punishment that would be justly met This is for cash subseiiptiona only. ed out to it. And could whiskey be All subscriptions under tbia combina given a conscience and be made to tion oiler must bo cent through the gaze upon an assemblage of its vic IlAitTi'Oiti) Ki:ruin.RAN ofiice. tims, hell would not hold tlie anguish and remorse it would suffer. If the MIiViViViYiVYiViViViViViiiiVViYi'iiVi'i'iV1 members of our churches would spare ! a little time from the discussion of A FRHE PATTERN j Zm tyour own wlcctlom (o eferj tub-- 2 how much water to use in baptism or Ouljr M cuius a J ear. t acrlUr. J as to whether we can fall out of a wag on or really was never in it, and give the spare time to an attempt to check the onward suryes of the drink evil there would be more christlanlt in 1 A LADIES' MAGAZINE. Hi the otld, happier homes and lighter . A rfiat beautiful cotor.d .tali , Lu,t : heirts and iewer of us in hell and I t.inlun. idKktm.kintf icitl .( y ; ork tioimholdliimi fit: " clt lib more of us in heaven when Ciabrlel's .crib. loiU,or, ttni ; I rUt.lcupy I . ta4ytt(nitanlcd bend for tirtni. : trumpet announces the regime of Sljllih, KtlUblt, Simple. dale, Kconoiolcal and Abwiluicly : eternity. I.aRue County Herald, redect-rmiu3; J'aer I'lltctna. How A Cuban Drinks Wator. ! ot Twice-atWcer al you New York Press. He will march boldly up to the coiled reptile, allow himself to be struck in his jowls once, twice or three times, as the case mny be, and will then calmly proceed to swallow the reptile without concern The reason for the hog's immunity is due to the fact that the blood vessels are so minute and infrequent on his cheeks, where fat is predominant,that they fall to take up the poison and carry it through the porcine system Hogs have been used in droves to clear some of the islands of the Southern seas of poisonous reptiles, and have proved successful. By remembering two simple facts, any one can distinguish a poisonous serpent from a harmless one. The Senator Beveridge, the young sena venomous reptile invariably possesses or from Indiana, closed his response a triangular shaped head and a blunt to the toast, "TheGrsater Republic," nose, while his tail is correspondingly in Philadelphia, Monday night, with blunt and stubby. Any snake that the following eloquent tapers smoothly from the middle of Its 'The republic never retreats. Its flag body to the tip of its nose and to the ia the only dag that has never known tip of its tail as well, growing slender defeat. Where that flag leads we folin a gradual and regular manner, is low, tor we know that the hand that absolutely devoid of venom. bears it onward is the unseen hand oi God. We follow the flag and indeKow To Hnd Out. pendence is ours. We follow the Fill a bbttle or a common glass with and nationality is ours We follow your water and let it stand twenty-fo- the flair, nnd the oceins are ruled. hours; a sediment or settling We follow the fUg, and in Occident indicates an unhealthy e 'tw of and orient tvamy fills ;ind rmbH- rthe kidner.; if it stains your linen it ii.ui is subdual We fo low tht fi g is evidence of kidneys trouble; too at ftditon mid Valley Fo ge, nt Sar Irequent desire to pass it it or pain in toga aw' upon tbe. ctlmvun t 'lie hack is also convincing pi. of Buena Ve.ta and Chpultpic, nt that the kidneys and bladder are out of Gettysburg and Mission Ridge, at Santiago and Manila, and ever and II VT I'M Dtt here is comfir. is kno.vledtre v nlajs it means larger liberty, n'lhler lien expressed, that Or Kilmer t opportunity and greater human hap .irupRoiit the great kiclnry rem pines, for everywhere and always it brings the blessing nt the greiter y fulfills every wish curling rlu-And so God leads, we fol pain in the back, kidneys republic natism, tver, bladder and every part of tb low the flag, and the republic never word-picturur retreats," Here's a snake story that is true. Since the cold weather set in some of the boys on the Frank McBuen farm, Jack McGuen, Frank McGuen, Tom Ashby and others, have been making it a point to hunt snake holes and kill snakes They have killed so far as 190 of the reptiles. On Wednesday they discovered a whole tribe of snakes in a big whole, and when they had got through with the job and counted up, they found that they had caught in this one hole thirty nine of them, of several different nationalities ol soakehood Fifteen were rattlers, and one large one. The biggest rat tler was still alive yesterday, nnd in the possession of Will Hampton, They propose to keep the hunt up Madisonville Hustler Micheal Gerbrisk died in the poor house at Cranfordsville Ind,, February 24. He had been married several times, and was the father of thirty two children, not one of whom went to see him before his death nor at his funeral. One of his sons, however, sometime ago, left money with an undertaker to defray all burial ex Indianapolis Journal penses Ji&riford Twice aWoek $1.25. triplets born to Mrs, lessle Blel of 64 Vincennes street, New Albany is dead Hope and Charity, theother two, are thriving youngsters. Blel has derived a nice income by showing the triplets to visitors. Louisville Post. of Faith, one MS CALUSSi In France, when a convict is sentenced to death by tlie gullotlne, the day of his execution is not named in his presence, and he knows not when he Is to be led forth until within fit teen minutes of the fatal moment. By the way! Has anybody Inttly found tariff for revenue only The animal lias been lost and a reasonable tewatd will he paid for his return to a lew of our Democratic contemporaHopkinsvllle Messenger ries John Rhea handles the truth as asJacUChliin dnra his knife or n Blackburn bU Bih'e, to nothing about G Kiel's gun - Gi Jeti ' Era. reck-leSly The frwrctneiiic wliiililiHSHltHinid h hi iir llui purpoMMif tnk'ng tlint Hit' lega, V llilS Ullliln ccto world wide fiin .is trill) ie"ficnl W IT"' -' li..iti lU-i- p' u in, ' t in eltertu ind .!' iiif utlifiii Q , il d i nm on "i AS'cBclallcPrcparationrorAs-slmilailn- g li' f .. ih. U in vrnxtl-ff- f millin'iF nt pe p UvcTood nmiltcfiula-tin- g rlilinl "n 1) " airniir.7iv - roaiftllOHIri 1087 i ii ' li Uic Stomachs and UotcIs oT v.. prn"iii i i.i ii UrjilUUT3i llll,n,n ) I Hi1.1 r ,1 i i till .It rinniflil idivMrun i" lit iH'.i" m - l htiflncsi. the fiirtiiKfet HCceptnb to the li an tor 'xrn(iii.uii rti.d i... Xl't I I I us iinilCulT ictnrntd In i. to. limn i system by the skill of the worl'i'rf ing fik'il to came. 'Flu can?e Mir I ititilry hnve the pilMtne beility iigaiu for limn, grn'11 s rronwtes'Dlgcsllon.Chcctrul-ncsit" great clK'initN; and ime ot tht nm t on I. I'tu hlmt l.iavi imr iHiitnlry nt ii iltiv Ot lll'a 1" Oil ludil on and Rcst.Contains ncilhex I - tlie S - Sf I ' i) .ir fu ! Snl'i't' hlinj) iK' aii , 11. Oprum.IorphliC nor Mineral. IJHMl.MOXI) STKAM LAUN'DHY ' ii Ft.' nm. u1 tt tc.i In th Y 'il ed In 0 p iu.'ii .! 1,1 Vi: 11,1.11, Aiifiil. Iliirllnril. a lint nt iui M. L ."shriNM, HE C" II. Mil- - n I .1 I tAtlmis and rlir.ip Mittltutta, hjn.p Wliitiinghill, C. II. WiilU-- r JOxq aroUItStK&2-HKB3Mil- -. T. II Miles. E. V. I'rtto, U r i, riio.i.i: 'in 1: 01.11 o' FtgtH-rn 'net tl entfici ! IrfkU Smi' Mi'Sley ainl iitlicrs, mis filed with tl 0 efltct", and theilote lives nnd pp yHxStnnm County Judge, at tin uji tegii . JimAtHt&JU' whiir inf r motes good htallhy Di cumber oi thia c.iiri, il--i j. pirpll- - l'.tl ,llf IIM'K CHSl nSlt A ' that h Graded Cniiiliiim School I), In u'd it tluit-sl- i reined t . trict be organized with itn IihiiihIiii'i fornol.cn. rWWJufrr. icin-- l to individuals ns fol ouh, iz: Jicjiiiniiv ar 10 1 nate Alt w is th Might S PbIh'h to include him ; thence here and there it AncrfecHtemcdv forCortslipa nml Djo Works. Uest of Work but nnwartats a lax tivi- ren'edy H I'hilhp s to include lumj liei w lion, Sour Slonuch.Diarrboca, .In-CSunrnnlceil. Hcn'onnlilo pricca. If you J It. I larder's to exclude lt in; tn all Hortns.Lomnisions.terisii' must give satisf-iciiiiII I'ollard's lu uii'ludi) Inn.; Shipped 011 Titt'iday and returns ticss nridLosSQFSLEEI nave never used Syrup ot Figs, give to J thence to E ihu cbstei'a to incliid on TlinrMilay leave your Lnundry it a trial, and you will be pleased with him ; thenco to Jnmcs Webster's Tac Simile Signature of nt Post office. Savo your lauu-dr- y it, nnd will recoiimend it to your linn; thenco to vi illiam It for me. friends or to any who suffer from con Cheek's to iuctudo lum ; thence to II NEW VOIUC. Lyman Williams, Agont, I). Lloyd's to include lum ; thence u stipation, or from over feeding or from iiAitrioiin, ky. colds, head.iches, biliousness or other It, T Miller's to include .him; thence to O. P. Lewis' to exclude him; thence ills resulting from an inactive condiI I to the Wesley Cooper farm to exclude tion ot the kidneys, liver and bowels. it; thence to G. M. Dowcll to include IS EXACT COPr OF WTtAePEB. In the process ol manufacturing the him; thence to the beginning, and HJU2 pleasant family laxative made by the that the eile for the school hnuso oi 1JKST AND MOST I'OIT. California Fij; Syrup Co , and named said proposed District be the Whit lot, which site is LAK ROl'TK TO Syrup of Figs, figs are used, as they tinghtll school-hous- e are pleasant to the taste; but the med certified to be not exceeding two and one-hamiles from any part of the ical properties ol the remedy are ob boundary oi the (aid proposed district; combination tnlned from an excellent and it appearing also that said petiof plants known to be medicinally legal voters tioners are laxative and to act most beneCcUllv. nnd residents of the proposcil Graded AND ALL POINTS IN Common School District and of the As the true and original remedy Fnrdsville Justice District of this of Figs, is manufactured t?"Si named Syrup by the California Fig Sjrup Co. only, comity; and il further appearing that tho County Superintendent has en. a knowledge of that fact will assist in dorscil on said petition, his approval avoiding the worthless imitations oteaiue; and that a majority of the manufactured by other pntties. The Trustees oi each Common School Dis Company has selected for years past trict that will be embraced within the leading publications of the United said proposed Graded Common School Stales through which to iufotm the District in whole or in part, have enGas Lighted Vcstibuled Trains with dorsed their approval on said petition, public of the merits of its remedy Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free as provided bylaw; nnd tliecourtleing and among them the HABTroRD Re Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and sufficiently advised, it is ordered ana s sill be seen PUBLICAN is included, adjudged that S. T. Stevcns.the SherNew Orlcaus. by reirrtneeto itsadvertisingolutnn. iff of Ohio county be, and is hereby, Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louisdirected to cause a poll to bo opened ville every Thursday night, and runs id an elecioii to be held nt the hi TM Kind Yw Hits lmrs BovgH through to California via Now Orleans EiirttU , Whittingliill on tho 25th and the South Pacific Sunset Route. du of March, 1891), the situu being Double berth rate irom Louisvillo to turn dais r more utter the entry of San Fraucieco only 80.50; proporthis nlei, for tlie purpose ot taking tionately low rates to intermediate The date for the holding of thr nrx the pt'Ui-- "f the hjiil uhre vuturs repoints. G A. R encampment h us been Cxtd wi'hiu the boundary of the paid dding lor September 4 at Philddelplud ilio Truo WIntor Routo to Grided Common School puipo-e- d D iftt, wlien there shall by levied 7(1 Cnrn ConttljMtlUin FnrnTPr. California. No Blizzards, Catiilri jilmnli TkcCvciuet curr, ilnn.-t- a r ltmcrSo. tuil 1. he ii an aniiiiul n ot iilty A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania, C. C. C. (Ml 10 :....! mcctr It Cold Weather Snow e hiiedreil ilollurs ot Ci' t mi iitc. had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very iir;ienv VHOie therein, subject to Blockades. Spain's GreatostNuod. S a'e hiiiI c iiintv taxation, owned by For particulars write tn J. II, IIol-liobstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons whne pert i', nod one dollar and filty Traveling: Passenger Agent for . . 13 r .1 t, Mr R. P Oi cen s ., p ill i.,x 'nt "ach whim mnlo Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses C R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also nsk hi- - s irh.iliM ir it mid Vr"l' f'f',' traded u 1 . Vw P' him tn scud you a the South, them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending em Home Seekers' opr ofwhich is ns t'diii'iinii he'.n I Dn nctover2l ears t" Wtak n rve- had cm i. Guide, of ige, fir the purpive ol'epitahli-hlD- g m ; f me h, .id O In tht- - Um-uitb interesting information Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in ami umiti'itiiiiiig Graded Common .jti-i- t Am concerning tho Southern territory. It Electric Ritter-i- , ol therein a provided in sections Sch the house for future use. Am forty years old. will be mailed t you free. eft ,00 all B.ood and nerve Rf t to l.'SO ot the Common School lhi-g- r On the first and third Tuesdays of dine d him He (.! Lsw. The officers ot said election nl litnff trf Kip.Kt Tsrr r In a paw Mrton (without t !.) f a now for Ml at iwaia Inw ft jl. ! each mouth Home Seekers' tickets aro driirt4jrv-roai- ri ma Thl. luw nrlixxl rt 1. InUaard I it lb. lKr aaalh.aooaoD leal. on. du. i will also cnue tfiu legal voters ot said r needs All what o( ir hMdVy malllir wmlltfortralffbtraau t., u KiroraCaaucAC carton. M20 ub,iMraol ni)d to Southern nnd Southwestern Coar.aT.No IOHpruo.strt,.ir &rkorannirlc.rton(tt', T..rui) will bawal for 81.M.U. tuaaa knons that it cures liver and kidtie! proposed Graded Common School Ta9Lia raav alwi t aa4 of rrourlv, r.owal .tor.aoir afala anj at Uqvor rtorwa a4 wbl .hipa points nt Special bw Rales, good to District to vote for sis persons to be trouble, purlfie-- i tbe blood, tune up return within twentyono days from stomach, strengthens the nerves, Trustees ot nanus, in cac said tax shall the arlain of sale. Liberal stop-ovbe approved. The officers of said elecputs vim, vigor and new Hie into tion will make return, in duo form, ot rangements. every muscle, nerve and organ ot the the result of same, at the earliest day A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., AND WE WILL body. II weak, ti'ed or ailing you practicable. A Copy. Attest; Chioaoo, Illinois. need it. Every bottle guaranteed M. S. RAGLAND, W. A. Kellond, A.O, P. A., . Clerk ot tho Ohio County Court. Sold by J. H. Will only 50 cents Louisville, Ky. arm sduor,' eme lams, Druggist. Notice is hereby given that in obedienee to tbe above order of the Litoraturo Rovlsod. Semrciy packri! in plain box. County Court ot Ohio county, I will Absolutely pure. Quality cuaranteed. hold nn election at the time nnd place written; Books they might have indicnted, from 7 o'clock a. m. till 4 Bjf ntya g ,B Pendennls Capt Silas Miller. o'clock p. ni., for the purposes set out The Man with the Iron Mask Wm. in tho said order. Those who may The Leading Specialists of America LOUISVILLE, KY SECOND AND MAIN STREETS. Goebel. voto, are ull white males over twenty-on- e 20 YEARS IH OHIO. years old, who have been resiJohn D. Plain Tales from the Hills 250,000 Cured. dents of the proposed Graded ComWhite GO days, and Hicks. mon School District for TempestandSunshine--I.- R WECURESTRICTURE Our V, C. Hickman Nelson County Hour Mash Whisky ia absolutely the coutity for six months, and in Tinniftnll nr Tnnnr and liliildlo.neo,! The King in Yellow Jos. Pulitzer, in State one year, preceding tho day pure nml ia good for all occasions. tho inanrl it. inenarolruubleJnlllillilaillKauj a auiait- of New York. 5 Year Old pergRllon 82 00 7 itncaiiKluu.lr. Tlicy loay bavo of said election. n.iiiti. riUH... ....r,,, .Tra.ni. r.' ....a WVMM...VM, Binfti, iiwi.it.iiF ......M, . Ilia 2 f0 0 Year Old per gallon The Autocrat ol the Breakfast Table S. T. STEVENS, I iliarji cutiinf iainiRi iimcf, nifmut. i riiarco. uiiiiruiir in ruuiiut'Mviiia. 8 Year Old per gallon 3 00 Shorill Ohio County. Arbuckle, the coffee man. cmlu'loni, tin I all tba p;initimi 10 Year Old per gallon 4 00 h.io ni nortoui ilobllltr-lh- cy This, the 25 day ot February,1899. Innocence Abroad Lieut Hobson Don't let ilootornoipcrluicnton 14 Year Old per gallon 500 joii, br oatllngr, ttnlcbltif, or trnrlrx The Associate Hermits Hoar and iK'trnroj.iu.nlltwIllic-COO 19 Year Old per gallon .a Tuu. 'Ihl.Mlll t.im. Our Ni:Y MUIIOI) '1'HliAT- Hale No charge for jugs, Boxed it desired free. Full line Imported and ' .Mi:NT abiailii tha itrtcturo tlmiai lirncuremuiaatlia.trlcturol.lirmanrntly. Crooked Trails Matthew Quay Mta It outiuovcr return, Lorain, no iiiflt'iCalifornia Wines. Solo agent Dr. Bouvcnir Buchn Gin, a cure for all KidThe Greatest Thing in the World-Bai- ley, inr. ni) ilclcnllon from binlncm ly ur k Tells tho storv. When your head. & method 'llisirxuaiorrnnaiiroitrctizth. ney troubles; price $1,00 a quart. r,f liarnum & Bailey. HH rno.1. Tli" iicrita nro InileoratcJiunJ aches, and you feci bilious, constl-- ' 'putcd, and out of tune, Mlth uurl Fm tha Lllsa ot uianliooil return'. A Girl of '76 Susan B Anthony. riOSENBAUN BROS., yiVio'wiir.S"!iiuin""ty. Ifi 'fiiomatii sour nmi no uijKiue, just ( WhUWlll He Do With It? Wm. uuy a pacxage oi for cntalogue or when in the City call to Bee us. B . Tliiuinmli of younir oml McKinley. mm nro bavliiB Ibclr (cxial laor ami iullly continually mi'ifl by thl ilia. Three Weeks in Politics Tom Writ 1 case. I'hcy nr frcqticnlly mcomcloua ' nd tnko a dose, from 1 to I pills, ' Ilannal son, of Georgia nftliaraiiiontthnoMiniittinis. You will bu surprised at how euslly' Woakiiw., I umlural )liclijraoa, Soldiers Three Shatter, Miles and .Mnnhoml, Wcrroumer', l'uor Jlfru-onthey will du tlitlr work, euro lourl IrrlUblllty. fit Uuipi bircillnsHra. licailai ho nnd biliousness, rouse tho t Alger. AKR RUNNINO A nlllt tliik circlcr. rMlon. Hunken A liver nnd mnko sou feci hannv nualn. . WViU limit. tftl nff AtnlJtlnn. Oeiiprol DctTCinhn, ljith The (Bad) Sijn oi the Four B. H. A'JH tents, buiabyalliiicdlvlnadcalcrs.r) Khrillllcpn VnllniM.CIO. l'arla. its. Ill.KLi' tnl l.tUUIUItll Roberts, of Utah. a tinyliotliacmiie. juiiicinnnniJiniiy A Soldier of the Legion Col. Mor l1 iloclorn, M tiny hio lio rj.crlciico tn ,H tUclo riHI atwrifra uoti ibiioit rls Belknap, Lost in Nicaragua Senator Mor pas- - VA Ml. I'V l i ilfil J. gan, the author of the canal bill. thcly cttro you. Ono ll.oiinninluilI.iiii n ncovt f r t i it Ghosts I Have Met The late Hor y. for n c iho to lormiwojcr.tof jr cun. 4i cmnocure. of Maine. ace SeWell, V hrf n laiatlro ttior are ftltiitilv won. r CURES 6UARAHTEEDJ "I hrtTOrtToLlifuu1nff AH(1AHKTaii(loi NTOn VEHICLE AND QUOD D.ORSES mild and Pride and Prejudice Thos B Reed Wo li it mil nr , I'MIS'ION derful Mr tUti liter ami I wru lothcreu wltlt VAIIIOH'ILI,. HM'lltLIN III,' IV tick kiomadi nml our ircutu nTcryt)&u After The Cheerful Idio- t- Ure Woodson. GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. Lkinu il iuw iv iflA of (.nkiirciti wo i avelniproTcd vmu rt"r. l'.pnTHNt'V. Bi'i'in r woiulurt; ullr iniy Bti) it Knai IihIii tug rainuy I S C , in Louisville Post. llllAINll liNNA'illltAIjIilHOlIAli HIIIILI Jllia 1IAIILI . KSJilli'TI-Yr 1137 UUlouUouia St Cluclunatl, Olilo. Il tiAlinrillil-- n If unil.!.li cill "ito.fr and W Hiker Nt' I'llH 1 nnd ln.t ten cilizeci- -, tax pavt-ivok'M ol Ohio Collin., wax liiui upon (Murt, taking tl'ni an rlic i n l 1 i Bi fill A - 1 ' he Kind You Have V fur 1 Always Bough! 'i' . Bears the Signature of u t w - t- 1 tiuc TJi'-ik- j I NotNAkcotic. AAl 1 1 1 ti 111 ; 1 rV The R0PKINSV1LLE Kind STEAM LAUNDRY RELIABLE - You Have M Always Bought. CASTORIA lH' u 4 j lt mm JTgO. ".mnOTi Memphis, NewOiieans Mexico, Arkansas, Texas and California. m OASTORIA. school-house- "aS SS e 1 i M s, i- -- . I - 1 11 11 'n-r- tl ." tit-c- Aiu-tic- dTt-rr- 4tfcl "ys. LCOn SESSSDUSiT "!5 m COON HOLLOW WHISKEY flfgHt l4.Wm&tt'iXl& tiRi Whiskey simon n. jones go. ElRSf W &M E .i Kl'ltlf-'1UUI- '. ksaivym'''y&'v-ujiw&ss e -. I rs tWrito ECURE GLEET luUtilta-aeci) roll-tu- I -, . i.i :i. m. BREATH 111 . BAD CATHARTIC To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNISJUS will moot all songcr trains at Bcavor Dam. . l MAGAZINEW mi-l- mum t C sJ tt mi' rwflrwi 4iSI vfc.ie ciirml at homa wo nut ntln l.imk lieu) rs r m 101 jSi. M ZJ& m 1 Hi I T WALK; Bfeh. TKAOI MARM Hll 3 Patterns Tm nr MAkbst. vfe BAZAR. IblV I i (NoScainA.lowanc Ak Onlv lt suul f i on lh aid of your footi rl4 at th. corn. It'a ir II yon hiv. Salve. lie, boi. Tour druitt.t or hr mall. UIA.Vr CIIKMICAl, CO., Ploaiant r.ilstabla. Polunt. Toito Oomt, 1VJ QooJ, ttoverhlikau Woatrn.or dtliw tio LjC.liK. l.lll.V It.M..; ... ... CURE CONSTIPATION. (.w...,, f tl.aa. Il..trf.l, a.w Y.rl, 31ft Bold Thoy also kcop a first class Livery and I sri"N It 'IU.'II. Leave your order at Field's Feed rituble. JDKO. Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, M KEK?iEDY6iKEnCAW! "11 orders promptly attended !V2 W. rOLi,:.. LTi. .v, FlarUbid. to, nm. all stck entrusted teir caro will fS'S5ISS2d'4JRF'r'T, -- .ja h ve .'specinl attention. Wanted-Idea of loute think tblOKtoptUntr . OIM III..'.NK JATMl NT. Tl C VHxa cun noo Cberrr SI., I'hlla, KU'lU'CAb nUtatu and iriiarantcd toy alldruc. flgLP Hfo OK, MrMnpi klahis 3 fr Um Sol 4 in newly viiy 1 m4 THE r Or Riil (rtM CO., city McCALL $138-146 !, If n srkeMin Pattern,) g Witt 14th St., Ni.York.g J The funkiest thing in the line ni drinking is to see the Cubans a "monkey jug," or pt rone. The vessel, by the way, which is found in every house and hotel bed room, is a delight to the foreigner, not only by reason of Its aitlstic beau. because it keeps the water ty, f rop'rs. A krln you ivaalth. CO Patent Altor. Writ JOHN WU)1)E1U1UKN eya. Waahlattoa, U. 0.,ft,t tb.lr St BuO prtl otr.r aiul lut ct tno tumdraj favaallooa waalaU, PwlAAt mu, An lrf.a.1 th.v ma itinpto ut Perftct Hair Dressing and Rtttortr. If your Merchant Uooun't bundle, fiend tl.OO to us and get ona bottle, or 40.00 and Bet six bottles, GHAROES PBEPAIO to any part U S, or Canada, DRUQ CO.. VAN Sols Proprietors, MEMPHIS, TENN, VLEET-MANSFIE- "Ik GREOLE" HAIR RESTORER m Jk ' - d iklf M m.i Car J- - ,2Jk. AiOwi iifiimf fiaalfcir..Yfil(ifilriAii ftniftK