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Ol-u.TD'tol.aa.- The The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican and Louisville Conunetclal, i yenr.flt as, and the Courier-JournaI year, 1.25. nnd the Toledo (0 ) Dlade, I year, $1.25, nnd Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, $1 25. and the I year, Jit 50 l, Globe-Democra- DR.rvtos. Tee Haetford Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PARTY IX TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL The Republican Is the best Advertising medium In this partof the country. Fino Job Vork Done on Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customers Guarantaod. Fine Job Work a Specialty. DOTI, Subscription $1 a year. No. 36. toth regular Infantry, a part of which is expected to relieve Captain Keowrs and his company, who now have The have charge of the fott. My tent mate, Ed A. Caden, is a Come Home. Lexington man. He is the regiment blacksmith. He Is lying oe his cot, Thoy Expoct to Bo Mustorod studying and hoping to soon get back to the bine grass city, where he can Out of Undo Sam's Sor- get something good to eat, but regrets vico at Savannah. that it will not be time for frying chickens when he arrives there. March 17. The 3d Ky. regiment Sure enough, Jesse Spiceland was has orders to go to Savannah, Ga., the first man to receive the notice of where they will be mustered out of the 3d Kentucky's orders to be mus the volunteer service. Men are alb tered out. When I went to dinner eager for the time to come when they yesterday he st6pped me and showed will leave Cuba. Moving orders have me a clipping that he had just receivbeen received since my last letter. ed in a letter from his home, giving They were received on the night of the full detail of the mustering out of the 12th for the 3d Ky., Sth Mass., the 3d Ky. at Savannah, Ga. Yon and the one battlion of the 3d Engls can't loose Jesse. All well and in neers to prepara their regiments for good spirits. Respectfully, moving to the United States. The A, L. Hudson, :60th Ind., and the 12th N. Y., regi Co. D, 3d Ky. ments received orders prior to the above named regiments. It was reWell, as Hudson was called to the ported yesterday that our regiment fort to haul something, he told me to had received their mustering out or post this, so I thought I would add a ders. All the men fear now Is that tew words. they will be quarantined for awhile I think Hudson is counting oa before landing in the United States. drawing a pension, from the amount Everything looks favorable for ns to of circulars I see lying around, bnt leave here as soon as Lieut, Bishop what bothers him most is how he will and his men, who have been on pro- Invest his money that he will receive vost guard, ure sent back to the fort from Uncle Sam when he is mustered with the remainder of Co. D. There out to start a free silver Democratic not being room at present in the fort, paper in Hartford, buy out a railroad, about fifteen of the men were sent to or to invest in a little game otdraw. companies in the 2d and 3d battalions, It is as Al said, I am anxious to go where they will remain until room to the United States, as there is not a can be made tor them. All volunteers place here, clear of rocks,large enough here now have their orders to move, to shoe a mule. that is, those in this (Matanzas) disI was very well satisfied in Carde trict. nas, as It is quite a nice place and the This Is a very hot day, in spite of a 2d battalion had Ideal camp grounds, very good breeze. and the streets and sidewalks are We were honored yesterday by a much wider than here. visit from Col. Wilbur R. Smith, one I was at La Union also for a couple of Lexington's most prominent men, of weeks with the 1st battalion. The who is not President of the Commertown Is not very large, but there is cial College of the Kentucky Universome beautiful country around there, sity. He left this morning lor the and several large sugar mills, which United States, via Tampa, Fla. were grinding when I was ithere. Most any place you go among the Hudson will be surprised o see this soldiers you will find them calculating addition. E. A. Caden. on how much they will have when they are mustered out. We don't Te Car. Ooa.tlp.ttoa Voreeer. Candi Cathartic. 10a or SSa. know exactly what the War Depart- ItTake CaicareU oure, drufitau retana money. C. c. C (all to ment allows for mileage. Some any one thing and some another, hut not SEVERAL WANTED persons In this state to a man will miss $75 lar. manage our business in thelr.own and The 3d Ky. is ordered out for In- nearby counties. It ismainly office spection this afternoon. They are ex- work conducted at home. Salary which straight $900 a year and expenses pecting their pay will be the last pay we will get on the definite, bonafide, nor more, no less salary. Monthly 975. Keterences. Island. stamped enveEnclose There is expected to arrive here at lope. Herbert E. Hess, Pre a., Dept., any time a transport conveying the M, Chicago. VOL. XI. RE? HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899. E- J- LiVlA J9. IS DECAYING. Pretty Women are Getting- Very Scarce. Says Womon Fall to Nourish Bonuty and Mon Soom Not to CaroForlt. "The United States, years, has certainly er number or handsome women than any other civilized country, but.un fortunately, since lemlnlne beauty defies statistics, we have no figures to. compare on the subject, for alLtliat the standard of beauty among oifr women grows lower every year," said a New York portrait painter whose work is known from the Atlantic to the Pacific. In the past loo produced n great An Excellent Coinblimtlon. Tho pleasant method and bcneilclal remedy, Hrnui' op Fias, manufactured by the CAuroit.xiA Kio Kvrui Co., Illustrate tlio vuluo of obtaining tho liquid laxn-tiv- e principle of plnnta known to by medicinally laxative and presenting them In tlio form most refreshing, the tiisto and acceptable to the system. It It tho one perfect stmurthcniiiK laxative, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling cold, hcailaches uud fevers gently yvt promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation 1W perfect from every objectionable quality and substance, and Its acting on tliu lldnev, liver and bowels, without weakening or Irritating them, make It the Ideal laxative. In tho process of manufacturing figs nro used, an they are pleasant to tliu taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy arc. obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the CALirontfiA Fio Srnup Co. only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, plcaso remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. ofTccts of tliu well known A- - r r, . "There are a number of reasons to be cited as responsible for the existence ot this condition," he said. "One of the most potent reasons, I think, Is the absolute indifference of the nine teenth century and especially the American man to physical petfectlon in womankind. "liven so years ago they were vastly more sensitive to its Influence and Interested in Its phases. Young fellows ball a century back read poetry, nourished romantic dreams, wore their hair about their ears and indited CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. vrrses, in Imitation ot Byron, to datk AN KANCISOO. OAI LOUIITlLXJt. KT. eyed Inez and golden haired Helen, NSW YORK. K. Y. Par sale by all Dnintua.1'rlceSCic. per bottle. i'alry forms, clustering ringlets, asure orbs, etc., flitted through their dreams, and the women whose appearance tailed in a measnte with these standards was reverenced, and Tetaocc users sty. Ahl miybe you say adored as the ideal sweetheart tied Wvourwll. There are millions Ilka wile. you, with whit phvslcUss call a "TO. BACCO NERVE" that Is, your nrv-cu- j "He did not care a rap whether Inez system Is completely under tobaccould read Greek or not or understood co's narcotic stimulant, and when you a word of parliamentary law,but be did wy.'l CANT QUIT." you Itlllho truth. delight over her blushes, her swan Tho natural way Is lo (real lbs dlteutd nervous tystta by using throat and alabaster shoulders, and the pottralt painters of that day prove, MAKES beyond a doubt, that she possessed most of these charms In an abandance we don't see any longer. EASY, "Nowadays the girl who sets out to UJ4MUIIIILI, acts directly on the rule in society by virtue of a lovely ntiye centres, destroying tho nerve face and figure is apt to find hersell 'crating affects, builds up and Improves queening it over a very few masculine lie entire nervous systeet. MskesWEAK subjects. I don t know whether the MEN STRONG. Many report a gain ot ten pounds In ten diys. You run no men or the women are to blame for physical or Dnuclal rlrt NOTO-BAthis change, but certain it is,thac no soil under your own matter It she be as subtly graceful as Cleopatra, as fair as Helen of Troy, DRUUQIST'S GUARANTEE. she will have no swains adoring her ..Every druggist Is authorised to sell under absolute guarantee for those gifts of nature alone. What to cure every form of tobacco utlDjr Our written guarantee, freo sample of the modern man now admires Is a and hnnklcr. rallnri. 'Ivtn't lively miss, whose tongue rattles as Tobacco Spit and frooke Your Life nwnrt"maiiearorBnfiaeKing. Aaoreas brisk a measure as castanets, who has TIIKHTKKLINU IlEMEDlTCO.. Cil caxo. Montreal. Oan.. New York. a spontaneous ready laugh, who can a A a A D ? Ylt eaodr oatharttn nnn. make golf balls sing through the air, s eowupmioo oai tea. who is full ofgritaudgo and jokes, who is not afraid to put a cigarette between her lips, who is, In short,a jolly good fellow,. If her feet are small, her waist a snug circle, her eyes bright and her clothes In the height ThB Leading Specialists of America of lashlon,she is a belle and easily 20 YEARS IN OHIO. passes muster as a beauty whose 250,000 Curd. claim nobody disputes. All the poetry and the novels of the day proclaim WECURESTRICTURE the supremacy of this little lady. Ttious.'.uJi cf younr anil afo.1 The novelists no longer bother to tell raeu are Irottblnlnttb tMs Uao many imconsctoufty. liter may haiOftimirt jou whether their heroines ore fair or In 2 i tin Ho n, imaU, twUtioff ream, eharp cut tire rtlniat tlmn. Htit tll not; nobody cares. Heroines who OilTioultj ehircc ciuImIom, in romuiMclDtr. wtak orcaq ami alt tkt have an Influence, like the chic wont ncrroui uponuy inry mo nuiiv TUKU. l)on'tlt doctori eircrimrnt on men who rules in society, don't rest you, by culling, ittvteMai, or tMrlcr you. 'lliliwIU tifttrurejrt.u.aiUKiilitN on any such laurels as luxuriant turn. Our H:Y MUX H Oil lltUAT necks and pearly treisea, snowy .. alrtetura tiitntt MUST abtorbi 1icneorouQroilhitrIe(uroicranaDrnty, teeth. Those were the weapons of no detention from builneii tyour women of another time, both in books method. TuMinalorraiaartiitreoctb oeJ. Th ntrTtt art iQvlcormUJiaad and In real life, ttt manhood the llUi "To-daif a woman must have ad- - J CANT QUIT," BAG TO NO IT d M tobacco-Irritate- waownnb j xmaEssmsfstsmia DEK.&K. miration she either goes in for The same thing is taking place, on a or learning or she dresses her much larger scale, with the veterans darling, vivacious, little sell up in of the civil war. It Is alleged that Tans gowns, nnd thus earns her belle women gather about soldiers' homes, ship. Whether she docs this because with the purpose of getting some dis she prelers to be athletic and abled pensioner to propose marriage. learned and what not else to her old Once married, the veterlandratt back power beauty or whether she has to the home, and the wile awaits his grasped at them as substitutes for her death to apply for a widow's pension. lost and imttlcvable loveliness I There are over 200,000 widows on don't vouch. It Is enough to say the pension rolls and more that they are bound to suffice and than 100,000 who have their appllcas every one Is apparently happy, except tlons Hied. Very many ol these the the artists and sculptors, who find it great majority, we hope are woman harder nnd harder every year to sewho are wives during the civil war, cure, proper models. and who are worthy of pensions. "All these, however, are not the j But the nation Is tinder no moral prime reasons for the decay of beauty. obligation whatever to pension n won-a- n Men are philosophic and have learned who marries an Infirm old man to estimate mental over physical solely with the sordid motive ol ob charm, chiefly because the new wotalnlnga pension. man has not much beauty to offer. Rlr, Kins; ol All Illri'n, There Is n notion prevalent among is The noted for its keen sight, clear and the gentler sex that it is very foolish distinct vision. So are those persons to waste time nourishing her bodily who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any charms, that there are more important callings In this world. Having kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers at 25 cents. 1'or sale by Z. decided to underestimate this great Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf Is as busy as possible des gift, she DldVot Call Out. Why Sho stroying it. "She is doing it by overstudy for A young lady from the country was one thing. In payment for her book learning she is contracting her chest, suing her extsweetheart for beach of extinguishing the limpid light in her promise, and the lawyers were, aa useyes and bleaching her cheeks. In ual, making all sorts of Inquisitive payment for her tremendous athletics inquiries. "You say,"remarkedone, "that the she Isgrowlng horny palmed with mus-- . cles, ruining the contours of her limbs, defendant frequently sat very close to uer complexion is weamer Deaien ana you." "Yes, sir" was the reply, with a her hair is rough. In society she overwhelms her strength with so feeble flush. "How close?" many duties and pleasures and such "Close enough so's one cheer was extravagant rich food she Is the victim ol gout, nervous, neuralgia and all the settln' room we needed." "And you say the put his arm dyspepsia, and ill health has sapped her color, spoiled her figure and aged around you?" "No, I didn't." her before her time. "What did you say, then?" "Tosutnup ray argument, I would "I said he put both arms around conclude that the whole course of our civilization is against the growth of me." "Then what?" feminine beauty.. Men no longer "He hugged me." care for it, and women no longer "Very hard?" nourish it. The typical American "Yes, he did ; so hard that I came girl, if she is pretty, has every gen-- , eratlon a shorter period ol bloom. purty near hollerin' out." "Why didn't you holler?" By the time she Is 30, when really " 'Cause" she should be In all the vital splendor "That's no reason. Be explicit, ot ripe loveliness, she is growing either very thin or very fat; her hair Is please. Because why?" " 'Caus-- I was aleered he'd stop." getting dry, harsh and scant, her The judge fell off the bench, and skin pale and wrinkled. In face she is fading, and by 40 she is resigned har1 to be carried and put under the pump for the purpose ot resuscitation to appear like an old woman "Her daughters naturally will enNO joy a shorter period of bloom and earThat is the way all druggists sell lier succumb to the blight that our Grove's Tastelbss Chill Tonic for elaborate modern lood, close, hot Malaria. Chills and Fever. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless houses, sedentary way ol life and loim. Children love It. Adults prefer mental exertions Invariably bring. It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, There may be some stern souls who 50c. tf are quite content to see our women's Tho Cod of Love. beauty take wings, but in the long higher education nor golf run not "Weil," said the girl, "I have had championships will repay the sweetthe funniest time lately, and it took hearts and of the future for the loss ol me the longest time to discover what nature's glorious gilt, and the world was the trouble. It seemed to me Is going to be a colder and harder that every man I knew almost acted place to live In for the loss of the as if he thought I was in love with ath-titly, CUIIK-NOP- LIQUID AIR POWER Interesting Experiment Made by a Scientist. Hd Shows Thatat320 Dogroos Bolow It Could Do Croat Things. Washington, March 25 The guests the National Geographical society after its annual reception on Wednesday night were entertained by Charles E; Tripler, of New York, the Inventor of liquid air. Mr. Tripler had brought from his laboratory la an ordinary vessel not unlike a milk can 10 gallons of liquid air at a temperature of three hundred and twenty degrees below zero, This was brought Into the banquet room at the Arlington hotel, where the audience was assembled, and many of the experiments which have lately startled the scientific world were repeated. Mr. Tripler was introduced by Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone. A large number of distinguished scientists gathered to witness his experiments, and in the audience were the German and Russian ambassadors.the Chinese minister and a large number ot the most distin guished people in Washington. Mr. Tripler first exhibited the liquid air by passing around the audience tin dippers filled with These gave off a vapor like steam and rapidly accumulated frost on the outside. After the audience had finished the Inspection Mr. Tripler struck the dippers against the table and they broke to pieces like glass. He then immersed a common hollow rubber ball in the liquid and afterward threw it on the floor, where it broke into pieces. of er eminent Institutions of learning it was literally true; and was demonstrated dally in his laboratory. He said that it was strange that these scientists were not surprised when, with a few gallons of ammonia, a large ice factory was kept in opera tlon. He said that he had actually made 10 gallons of liquid air in his llquifier by the use of about three gal Ions In his engine, a surplusage that would go on indefinitely. The Investor's theory is that liquid air at 312 degrees below zero, being warmed by contact with thentmoss phere, thrown off a vapor or steam which, if confined, could be made to operate any engine now operated by steam. He held up a glass of the liquid when he dismissed his audience to night and remarked that if the small quantity of liquid at 312 degrees that he held in his hand were warmed 100 degree that is to 2:2 be low zero it would throw off a force that, if confined, would operate a i.ooo-hors- e power engine. The In ventor said that he proposed not only to utilize liquid air in place of the water now used In boilers, but that he proposed to beat the air with the natural atmosphere, thus operating engines without water or fuel. 1 MATANZAS. Soldiers to Orders m ASormonon Klndnoss. "I have known a husband to neglect his wife in pursuit of pleasure or business, and when finally she died, wrung his hands over her dead body, call her an angel wife, said his heart was broken and his home desolate, and climaxed the whole by having built over the unconscious body the finest marble monument in the graveyard. She asked lor love, and he gave her a stone. And I thought, as I pondered over the whole scene that if some ol the loving words he was pouring into the dead ear had been uttered in life, and if some of the dollars he had spent on the coffin had been invested in a way to make lite and body easier and less toilworn, she would have been the happyifaced wife and mother of the home circle, instead of sleeping alone under the cedar and among the white monuments on the hillside. "What we want is kindness in life and not In death. It Is not flowers scattered on her coffin lid that will make a woman happy, but a bunch tied together In the torm of a bouquet, and given her with the words, "I love you." That makes ber pulses leap, the crimson come Into cheek, the light comes intb her eye, and the warm, happy feeling rushed to her heart. "We want kindness shown us in this lile. This is what our servants look for; this is what the children need; they crave to be treated gently and kindly in life, not wept over In cry, death. Hearts everywhere "Treat, me lovingly now." When dead we do not hear the cries of affection around the coffin, or feel the tears dripping from overflowing eyes on our faces. Be kind now." Do. A serious and dangerous disease prevails in this country, dangerous because so deceptive. It comes on so surely that it is often firmly seated be. fore we are aware ot it, The name of this disease which maybe divided into three distinct stages Is, First, Kidney trouble, indicated by pains in the back, rheumatism, lumbago, frequent desire to urinate, olten with a burning sensation, the flow of urine being copious or scant with strong odor. If allowed to advance, this reaches the Second stage, ol bladder trouble, with heavr pain in the abdomen low down between the navel and the water passage, increasing desire to urinate, with scalding sensation in passing, small quantities being passed with difficulty, sometimes necessary to draw it with Instruments, If utic add or gtavel has formed, it will prove dangerous if neglected. The Third stage is Brlght's Disease. There is comfort In knowing that Dr. Kilmer, the great kidney aud bladder specialist, has discovered a Remedy famous for its marvelous cures of the most distressing cases and known as' Dr. Klltnei's Swamps Root. It is sold by all druggists. Asa proof of the wonderful vittue of this great discovery, Swamp-Root- , a sample bottle and book of valuable Information will be sent absolutely free by mall on application to Dr. Kilmer & Co., BInghamton, N. Y. When writing kindly mention that you read this liberal offer in the it BURNS CARBON. pretty women."--Cinclnn- ati Com- mercial Tribune. - I I .. Thorn an Ji of yttaiiar and ntJtlle-iire.1roto aro having thtlr lexual lxor and I TlUlity eontioually Mpi. If thli dla 1 ease. They are frequently unoonicioua I oltbecautaoC-neiaiymHom- WECURE GLEET i. y ', WealtiiMi, Unnatural Ultcharfea, Fail-la- c Manhood, iSerTouinei. l'uor Mem orr, IrriuLUily, at time biDrtrncHn-wlfoHon ken IJyfi.wllh dark circle- -. Weak Hack (lenvrat Derreuion, Ijtek Varlcoevlo. Hhrnnken of Ambition, , cte. (ILkLt and HTHICTUUK Part-- ueueral THE NEW. WAY. Don'tcouiultamlly doctorr, at they hare no fiirinee In tneio FiKsclal uucaici uon t allow UuackM ta oxierimnt on yon. tomul hh o mado n llfo itndy of Pfciau-n- , aofManaixlWi'men. UurNRW MUlllUli TUKAT.MJiNr will lonf. tlrely euro you. One thouwod illlar for ft caw we accept for treatment and cmnotenrc. Terms inoderatoforn cure. uaybottiorauie. R Iff WOMEN used could only be treated after "lo-o- al examina- male "to think "fe-" diseases Once I was young, but now I am old, and I've never seen a girl unfaithful to her mother that ever came to be worth a button to her husband, says an exchange. It Isnjt a guess. Jt Is the law of God. It Isn't exactly In the Bible, but It's written large and awful in the miserable life of many misfit homes. I'm talking for the boys this time. It one ol you chaps ever come across a girl that, with a face lull of roses, says as you come to the door, ''I can't go for thirty minutes, for the dishes are not washed," you wait for that girl. You sit right down on the doorstep and tor her, 'cause some other fellow may carry her off, nnd right there you've lost an angel. Wait for that girl, and then stick to her like a burr to a mule's tail, -- x2 CURES GUARANTEED trut nd cni KMISSIONH, VAlItt oi'lU.l). HVPIITLIK, lLKiri V tions" by physicians. Dread of such' treatment kept thousands of modest women client about their suffering. The In- RTHIUTUlll!. IMI'OTKNUY 1IUAINH.IINNA111HAL IllBOHAHO B3.K1 INKY n 1 IlLAimiUl llliftwi. f(lN I.TATION IfKlili, HOOKS If unabU In cmll, writ, for )M UOMK 1ILANK for IKNT. HKOltBT? Wine of Cardul has now demonof all the strated that nine-tentcases of menstrual disorders do physician's attention not require a at all. The simple, pure troduction of leant)- - la Illood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and kiep it clean, by tlrring- - up the lazy liter and drWing all im- to from the body. Itrgin Curltiee pimples, boili, blotches, blackhead, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarcte, beauty for ten rente. All druggists, tatmfacllon guaranteed, 10c, 25c, Mc. him. I began to wonder whatever I could be doing to give people such an Impression. I thought over everything I had said, I carefully balanced every smile and Investigated my mintest'actlous, but as far as I could see they were all above reproach. I was entirely In the dark until one day, in a general conversation, talking about writing notes, a man I positively hate said to me rather tenderly: ' 'I always keep your notes, Miss Mabel, on account of the seal.' "Then I understood it all. I had been sending out all my notes, things of that kind and sealed them with an old intaglio ting with the word 'Eroa' on it, and I suppose all the men who had happened to received one of these notes had sup posed it had a tender significance. "I have another ring with a simple little head on it that I use for sealing my letters, a little man who looks af. ter my aflalrs, and I haven't had any trouble since." New York Times. Invlta-tlonsand Bravo Mon Fall. Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles as well as women all leel the results in lossol appetite, poisons in the blood, backache, nervousness, and tired, listless, feeling. But there's no need to feel like that. Listen to J. W. Gardener.Idavllle, Ind. He says; "Electric Bitters are just the thing tor a man when he Is all run down, and don't care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any-- , thing I could take lean now eat anys thing and have new lease on lite," Only jo cents at J it, Williams,Drng Store, Every bottle guaranteed, run-do- Widows' Ponslons. A very Important law was passed by Congress In its closing days. It provides that no pension shall be paid to the widow of any pensioner who marries him alter the date of its ap proval March 3, 1899, The enactment of such a law has long been urged. It Is right, and proper that, when a pensioner sol. dier dies, the wile who stayed at home when he was at the front, and thus bore her shate of the burden, should be pensioned. This law does not effect her. But experience has proved that young women, In multitudes, marry men old enough lo aged pensioners many cases, to be tbelr fathers for the sole reason that, alter the husband's death, they may be eligible to pensions for the rest of their lives. This was first noted In the case of Revolutionary pensioners.' That war ended In 1784 one hundred and fourteen years ago, And all theKevolu tionary widows are not dead yet. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, i.. CINCINNATI, O. :wmmw-mwmiw:- WmSeW Lt taken In the privacy of a woman's own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate now. Wine ol Cardul requires no humlllatlne eliminations for Its adoption. It cures any disease that comes under the head of "female troubles" disordered menses, falling of the womb, "whites," change of life. It makes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy, $1.00 at the drug store. For aJike In cares tequlrinr special direction. eoMrrii, tivler lymptomi, the "Ladles' Adtlrorr Department," Chatu-DooThe Chauanoote Medicine Co., He partially immersed in a common tumbler filled with liquid air a stick of carbon, like those used on the arc light.and the partof the carbon above the surface burned rapidly with a white light as Intense as that of an arc lamp. He explained that a temperature of 1,000 degrees above zero was required to burn carbon, yet this air at 312 de grees below zero burned it rapidly. He Immersed In the same glass the end of a colled watch spring, and it burned rapidly and threw off a shower of sparks until the entire spring was consumed. Mr. Tripler explained that alcohol freezes at a temperdture of 202 below zero, and he accordingly took a pint of whisky and, pouring liquid air over it, soon had it In a state so that he broke it up into small chnnks and passed it around to bis audience. Mercury freezes at 40 degrees below zero. The Inventor froze a chunk ol It In the shape of ahammerand drove a nail into the table on which his experiments were conducted. This hammer afterward circulated through the audience tor half an hour without melting, though it gradually accumulated a frost on the outside. Mr. Tripler dipped several Irish potatoes into the can ot air, and then threw them on the floor, and they broke into pieces like china eggs. The pieces were picked up for souvenirs, but were found to be so cold that they were uncomfortable to keep. They were extremely 'hard and could be carved with a penknife like boxwood. They circulated pretty rapidly through the audience, each person being apparently anxious to pass them on to his neighbor. A piece ol raw beef was Immersed In the air and taken out pure and white and hard as ivory. Thrown on the floor it broke into pieces. Several persons having picked these up as souvenirs, Mr. Tilp'.er warned them that in a few minutes alter the cold had passed away the beautiful white substance would return to beef again and. would become an uncomfortable keepsake. A cake ol Ice was placed on the table and Mr. Tripler placed upon it a teakettle filled with liquid air. He then placed the tea kettle over a gas flame and it quit boiling and a thick coating ot ice formed on the outside and was afterward broken oft with a mallet. WAVES FLOOR DRY. Mr. Tripler threw a dlpperful of A SMALL SPOT 1! MAY BE CANCER Tho greatest care should be given to any little eore, pimple or scratch which snows no uuspusmuu iu uou uuuw AT CIDOT IQ ary treatment. No one can tell how soon these flO will develop Into Cancer of the wont type. ArrtAHtU Al rlilOl So many people die from Cancer simply ba- causo they do not know jnst what tha disease is; MCDC DIUDI CQ ITlCnU rimrLLOi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors, ana are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous operation the only treatment which the doctors know for Caneer. The disease more returns, however, and tromptly Cancer is a deadly poisonis ineven blood, violent and destructive than and an operation, plaster, or the other external treatment can have no elloct whatever upon ft. The cure must come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. Mr. Wm. Walpole, ot Walehtown, 8. D says: "A. little blotch about tho slzo of a pea cams under my left eye, gradually growing larger, from which shooting paina at intervals ran in all directions. I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced ft Cancer, anu advised that it be cut out, but IhU I could not con. sent to. I read in. my local paper of a cure effected by S. S. S., and decided to try It. It acted like a charm,, the Cancer becoming at first Irritated, and then discharging very freely. This gradually grew leaa and then discontinued altogether, leaving a small scab which soon dropMRS. JeKt; JkH) ped off. andnow only a healthy Ilttlo scar remains where what threatened to destroy my llfo once held full sway." Positively the only cure for Cancer Is Swift's Specific MOST VIOLENT CASES HAVE because it is the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of the diseoaa and force It out ot the system permanently. A surgical operation does not reach the blood tho real scat of the disease because the blood can a be cut aieay. Insist upon S. 8. 8.; nothing can take Its place. tl. S. 8. cures also any case of Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood.Poison, Ulcers, Sores, or any othor form of blood disease. Valuable txokson Cancer and Blood Diseases will bo mailed tiea to any address by Swift Spocino Company, Atlanta, Georgia. What Shall We s. s. S. FOR THE BLOOD miH JS ck y air HEADACHE Ullllil CASCAUE'1.4 od they are tho but medicine we Live ever bad In the home. week my wife wee Irantle with headache lor your twodaii.ehe tried eomeot In CAHCAUBTS, ber head almow and they relieved the pain Immediately. We both recommend Cucareta." Ouia. STCDironD. JMltiburf Sate A. Detoalt Co., rttuoure, Fa. CANDY 'Hothinr wlf. and ruriirbavL.u I suffered for 25 years with a cough, and spent hundreds ot dollars with doctors nud for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Bell's Tine ey, This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my life,) 0. Koswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tl Tar-Ho- n Couched 39 Tfenre. r, Jena. W. t. ipDUOIf , H.D., Ciry, Mitt., Iijll "I nte Wine of Cardul eitemtiely In TADt tUK .Kuarmio H. mypraetleeandflndUamoileieelleat preparation for female troubles." IV PUinnt. Palatable, Potent. TaM. Ckod, JV Qom, Meter Bitten. Weaken, or OrH. 10c, SM.tiie. ItwUif ImiJ) CrMr, (akar. NMr,J, Sold aDiteniranteedbr I Man ... CURE OONSTIPATION. slate le ... HfliTlT H H Beetpweli Srray. (a tine. KoldbTdmnMa T wtea (louX'tDso Vfrra. I1T H HH U'lAU tv ''"" alltlrng-N- Uaut. The Ileal I'rucrlpll.a far Cbllle and l'ever la a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; then why experiment with Torthlcss imitations? Price, 50c. over his clothing, and It left them per fectly dry, and a finger dipped into the liquid would be withdrawn dry, but uncomfortably cold. A quantity ot the air thrown on the floor made a heavy sound like melted lead. The liquid scattered in all directions, throwing off a gruy vapor and being rapidly consumed. It left the floor dry. Mr. Tripler said that he had received letters trom scientific men all over the United States questioning his statement In a recent number of McClure'a Magazine, to the effect that lie could produce liquid air with liquid air; that Is, with a start of two gallons of the substance he could go on producing any quantity ol the air for any length of time. The Inventor said that though this assertion had been questioned by scientists from Harvatd college and from several oth- - LOUISVII.I.K, HKNDKHSON & ST. J.Ol'lS HAILWAY COMPANY Ticket onice, uaa Fourth Ave, Vnion Depot, Huenlli A Stiver. sjmexs: int. 1039. TX223 xt bit. Louts to Louisville & East. Louisville to St. Louis & West. rrrrsT, No. 45 8:35pm 11:58pm No. 41. Leave Louisville 7:45a ru. " Owensboro 11:40a m " Henderson isuspm Evanaville 1:15am Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:jip m Leave Louisville . Hawesvllle. Owensboro, Henderson. 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Xeiaetn SI uil Ucuuuecl nt Irvlugloul.r t'ordetllle llardlaeliurc dally. 3S ,i2-35p- " Henderson., .... .... ... . 2:20pm .7:15s m 8:15a m 9:' J a 3:10am a Hartford Republican. I.an.d Prldny by Ibn HARTroHD riRLlHHIKU..VM1ANY Incorporated. 1 FOH ROOKRS, JtJO. II. THOMAS, j EDITORS. Offlco on FoxStroot. 8ubcrlptlon, $1 per year In advance ce at Hartford Entered at the as second class mail matter. post-offi- FRIDAY, MARCH 31. Jk2T2.TOT7Xr eSr3BT70l : isr.iiATii. We areauthorized to announce Hon. W. Fred Long as a candidate for the office of State Senator in this the Sev enth Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. FOB We are authorized toannouncellon. R. C. Jarnagln, of Beaver Dam, ns a candidate for the nomination for Representative, subject to the action oi the Republican party. fcjeorr gavo as an excuse lor his bad voice, speaking in the open air. But ho did not attempt to explain how it was that he was so far behind and so ignorant. roK the ADJUSTMENT. being manifested in Democratic, circles nowadays. "Herald. The manner in which Uncle Sam is That is the way we seo it, neighbor; now proceeding with his business in be able to agreo with you once. glad to the Philippines promises an early setJames A. Scott, the Democratic tlement of affairs in tho East, an early candidate for nomination for Attor- adjustment of the Eastern question is ney General, said in hia speech at the longed for by the administration and court house last Friday that the pur- tho people of this country. Not a pose of the civil war was not known half settlement, but a complete and until in 1864. A man who does not final establishment of our authority in know more of his country's history the Philippine islands is what the peo. than that is not bright enough to be pie of the United States demands. an attorney for even a deserted village. Anything short of this will not meet with the approbation of the enlightenCandidate Scott did not say in so ed people of our country. War at any many words for once that he was for time with any people is never sought, free silver at 16 to 1, but he said that but always avoided by our governhe wot ior Billio Bryan. Bryan and ment, it possible to do so honorably. But never in the history of our illusfree silver at 16 to 1 being synonymous terms from a Democratic point of trious past have the pride and honor view Scott meant that he was for free of our people allowed the flag of our silver and anything else in order to common country to be assailed withBy the terms be the recipient ot the honor of Attorn out proper vindication. of the late treaty between the United ney General. States and Spain the Philippine islands Jim Dandy Scott said that he became a part of the territory ot the had gotten "two or three times at former country. From the standpoint many judgments against corporations from which the nations of earth view as any other lawyer in Kentucky'' jhe situation, it would be no greater No other man ever dreamed of that thrust at the honor of the nation for but Scott. Doubtless he u like many the United States to allow one of the other Democratic candidates, some ot fortysfive States of the Union to rebel whom we have known, proud that and secede than to quit the East with there was once a Josh Billings who is a rebellion in its territory. A rebelU authority on horn toolin'. "He that ion within our territory is deplorable tooteth not his own horn the same indeed, but the supremacy of national hall not be tooted" haunts him day authority must be established and and night. recognized wherever the Stars and Stripes may float. Every true Amer One of the sights of the muddy ican citizen stands ready when it beseason was witnessed down town last comes necessary to defend the nationFriday evening when James Andrew al honor, to quit the peaceful pursuits Scott put his thirieau in paper bags of life and leave a happy home to do and departed ou horseback for Beaver battle tor his country. Our unpleasDam. Our merchants have ant relations with the Filipinos was firat.clasi leggings in stock and suroly not brought about by the government, a man whose income is "three or four but was the outgrowth of an ambitious times the amount of the Attorney savage leader's desire to rule, augGeneral's salary" should not hesitate mented by unscrupulous politicians to call upon them. His conception like Hoar, Bryan and Mason and by might have been so narrow as to lead that part of the press of our country him to fancy that such an act of com eo narrow in the conception of its monplace was a pari of a candidate's duty to tho nation as to express symduty, (indeed it was not in marked pathy for its enemies and to oppose contrast with his appearance other- every act of the government in supwise) but he went away without a folpressing the insurrection. Let us lowing here. "Wo have not heard of hope for an early triumph of our army a Scott roan in all Hartford. and the establishment of a civil and liberal form of government in the lecturCol. Bryan, a white metal er oi Nebiaeka, and Perry Belmont,a archipelago. few hundred times millionaire of New SCOTT'S SPEECH. York, are having a little spat that is quite interesting to the bystanders. The speech of James A, Scott, de.Mr. Belmont,who is the grand sachem livered at the court houso last Friday, of a Democratic club, wrote Mr. Bry- was the most complete failure ever an a letter inviting him to accept a made in Hartford. About one hunplate at a Jefferson birthday dinner dred and fifty people heard him and to be given by the New York club, tho universal opinion ot all unbiased but Mr, Bryan wrote back that he Democrats, and Republicans, was "a would not wrinkle a napkin at Mr. failure." Ho opened his speech by Belmont's table unless the New Yorker giving a history ol his life. In the would agree to go it 10 to 1. Mr. course of that brief history be eaid Belmont would not agree to it at Mr. that it wbb not the 04,200 salary of Bryan's ratio and started out cam- Attorney General that he wanted. paigning for the 1900 nomination on The income from his law practice, he his own account. Mr. Belmont cays said, was three or four times that he is a gold man, but will support a amount. He declared that it was the 16 to 1 platform if his party makes it honor of the office that he sought. read that way. He says he iavors Turning to politics be began far away government ownership of pretty much from present issues and touched upon everything, an income and inheritance both sides of every question which he tax and the initiative and referendum. attempted to discuss. Mr. Belmont outbids the Colonel for He scaled tho hlghts of the civil the Populistio vote and is in favor war and brought to us knowledge of of gold enough to galvanize his other fatU about which other men never vagaries. Bryan has the wind and heard, He declared that the policy Belmont has the waddin' and it will of the first Lincoln administration be interesting to see which one gets was not made known until 1861 wheii the goods on the auction day. "tho cry of the cunsttution,the Union The Goebel managers are threaten- and the Flag" had stirred the people to loyalty and called forth the brain ing to have the Democratic eltctlon commissioners resign and let Governor and sinew of tho land to support the Bradley appoint Republicans to take government. He declared that tho right of tho their places if Goebel is defeated for the nomination for Governor, The South to secede was never questioned Hartford HtraH views the proposed and that the rights of the people were action of the Goebel managers with taken from them. "A man so ignoalarm and makes this significant state- rant as all that a candidate for Attorney General of Kentucky?" Yes. ment: The same man taid that Cleveland "Their resignation would bring was not a Democrat ; that Cleveland about a condition ot affairs both embarrassing and disastrous to allowed 40 of every 50 officers in his tbeDemocrstic party In the State.' ' administration to be Republicans; that Wiy, nli, wrjy, brother, would it be gold ws not fit for money ; that the "We can see nothing but disaster and defeat in much of the intolerance and bigotry that is disastrous to the Democratic party in the State? You did not mean to plead guilty to tho charge that the Goebel election law was gotten up to steal tho Governors chair, did you? If the Goebel election law is such a fair measure that neither political party can gain any partisan advantage from the control of tho election machinery, why would it be disastrous for Repul lican commissioners to succeed Ellis, Pryork Co.? You know, reignbor if you don t, may tho angels pity you that Goebel hatched that law to build up a machine by which his lieutenants might nominate and elect him Governor of Kentucky. If the Goe bel law is a fair one, why don't you let your State convention endorse it? You know if you don't, but you do that the Republicans will force the Goebel election law to the front in the approaching campaign, and why won't you let your party stand by it? It is because you know that free government is outraged and you dare not go before the people as tho champion of the wicked statute. You hold up your bands in horror at the threat of your commissioners to turn your machinery over to your political enemies, yet you are too cowardly to let your party endorse it. Hush your twaddle about Republican opposition to the Goebel election law or let your party meet the issue in the open field. vote-steali- sound money Democrats had deserted FLEEING. JefTereonian Democracy, "What I a man so narrow in conception asking a Drlvon From Malabon, Tholr great trust of Konluckians?" Yes.sir, Stronghold, Thoy Loavo he is a candidate for Attorney Genthe Place In Flames. eral. A LITTLE MORE FILIPINOS TRUTH.' a After having to take water on wild insertion made relative to the Goebel election law, the HtraH seeks to ovado the odium of a false statement by dodging the issue and calling upon Col. Wedding to "tell The Ri: runuOAN of all the corruption and unfairness ho knows to corao from the operation of the Goebel election law." This is not a personal, but a controversy between newspapers, The Rt I'tjDLiCAN docs not wish to bring any man to its assistance. It is able to do battle for Itself. The Rkpuiiijoan has never disputed tho fairness ot the last election. That was not the prey for which it was created. The Goebel election machine was created to grind out Democratic State officers and whatever else the people might tolers ate. Tho last election was not a test of the law by any means. It was only a lait. Under the operation of that law it is possible for the most gigantic frauds to be perpetrated. The Republican has said that it is an unfair law and gives the party in power undue advantages. It reaffirms this statement and goes a step further. The Goebel election law is the most corrupt party measure ever written upon the statute book of the commonwealth. Tho following are the reasons upon which the assertion is based; 1. The State board oi election com missioners may all be of the same po litical party. They are now. 2. The State board under this law constitutes the tribunal of last resort for most all contested election cases. Being made up ot partisan politicians it is not capable of an unbiased judgment. 3. The State board' may remove a member of tke county board at pleasure, 4, The State board may canvass the returns from the several counties of the commonwealth in a secret cbam. ber without a member of any party not in harmony with the board pres Manila, March 27.-9- :15 a. m. The Filipinos are burning their stronghold at Malabon, and their fores s are fleeing from the city in the direction of Malolos. Gen. M'Arthur's division la pushing toward Malabon. The insurgents will make their last stand probably at Malolos, rCSllING TUB RUBULS ht DltFORE THEM Washington, March 26. The War Department received the following: Manila, March 26 Adjutant General, Washington: M'Arthur's advance beyond new Canayan, two miles beyond Polo, nine milts from Manila and fifteen miles from Mato los; railroad will be repaired to advance point and troops supplied by cars; M' Arthur will press on is now in open country. Insurgents stoutly resisting behind succeeding lines of intrench-ment- s, from which troops continually drive them. City perfectly quiet, Millions Glvon Away. and native inhabitants appear to be relieved ot anxiety and fear ot insurIt is certainly gratifying to the pub gents. Capt. Krayenbuh, Commis- lie to know of one concern in the land sary Lieutenant, third artillery, mor- who are not afraid to be generous to tally wounded. Otis. needy and suffering. The proprietors DETERRED DV ROUGHNESS OF COUNTRY. of Dr. King's New.Dlscovery for ConWashington, March 26, The foK sumption, Coughs and Colds, have lowing cablegrams from Gen. Otis given away over ten million trial bot were recelvtd by the War Department tles of this great medicine: and have this morning: the satisfaction ot knowing it has ab Manila, March 36. Adjutant Gen- solutely cured thousands of hopeless eral, Washington: Attacks on hall cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarsness and pumping station last night easily and all diseases of the throat, Chest repulsed. M'Arthur with moving and Lungs are surely cured by it column has driven enemy, but can Call on J. H. Wllllans, Dtugglst, not gain point north ot Polo on ac- and get a tree trial bottle. Regular count of roughness of country; must she 50c. and $1. Every bottle guarstrike railway south of that point; anteed, or price refunded. m this will enable most of Aguinaldo's The policy of The Ladles' Home troops to escape north; still he may oppose, as best of his army, consist- Journal, In Its religious department, ing ol released prisoners of war, for- - seems to be always to engage the pen mer native Spanish troops, concen- oi the man most Immediately promitrated there; this northern army will nent in the eyes of the religions be pressed south of the city. Three world. Thus it has had the services thousand insurgent troops from of Mr. Beecher, Doctor Talmage, Docsouthern Luzon provinces have con- tor Parkhurst, Ian Maclaren, and now centrated, Lawton will take care of it will have those of Dr. Newell Dwight Hillls, the new pastor ol Ply them. Aflair satisfactory. Otis. mouth Church, in Brooklyn. Doctor OUR LOSS MODERATE; ENEMY HEAVY. ent, Manila, March 26. Adjutant Gen Hillls has given the Journal a series 5. They are not bonded for upright Washington: Entire casualties ol ot articles upon which he had been working for over a year previous to is the county board. yesterday, one officer, twenty-fiv- e conduct, neither en6. The members of the county listed men killed; eight officers, one his Eastern call, and the first of these men wounded, articles will be published in the next board may all be of the same political hundred and forty-twofficer killed, Capt. Stewart, first issue of the magazine. The series is party. all connected in thought, and present 7, The county board may be all of Colorado. List cabled immediately. To day's fighting south and around the general subject ol "The Secrets of one political party, and being so may a Happy Life." perpetrate fraud in canvassing election Polo determined. M'Arthur with brigades united, having artillery ECHOLS, KY. returns. This the law permits in the thre? absence oi a representative of any cavalry, engaglag enemy. Col. EgInfantry, killed. bert, twenty-seconMarch 26. Mrs. Nannie Wilcox Is other party. Our loss thus far moderate; enemy's at the point of death. 8. It places the sacred suffrage of heavy. Army gunboats on coast and Born, to the wife of Daniel Duncan freemen at the bidding of unscrupuin estuaries, west and north of Polo a girl. lous politicians. very efficient; troops in excellent conThe Central City agreement between These statements are true. How dition and spirits. miners and operators is settled. can an honest man knowing this en- THEIR STRONGEST INTRENCHMENTS. Mr. James Hendricks, Echols, is to dorse and defend such a measure? Later In tke day the following was be married to Mrs. Tina Shull, Cen- received: tertown, FROM THE STATE PRESS. Manila, March 26. Adjutant Gen-- , Mr. J. B, Stevens returned Satur eral, Washington 4:30 p.m.: M'Ar- day night lrom Louisville. Snob. The rumor that Spain is goiig to thur has driven enemy strongly inrecognize the Filipinos Is not worth trenched in large force north of Polo; h much, even as a rumor. In order to will continue to press him; insurgents recognize a Filipino you must first have strong intrenchments from March 27. Bro. Cook filled his catch yourFilipino. Courier-Journato Malolos, which have taken regular appointment here yesterday. Farmers are getting along well, Whatever other faults lie may have, them months to construct. Otis, considering the bad weather, they are Candidate Goebel wants it known that Mnnlla, March 27 Adjutant Gen. prepatlng for a large crop of tobacco. he will not ride into the governor's eral, Washington: MacArtbur holds Health is good, excepting a few office on a cow catcher. Mr. Goebel Mariloa; severe fighting to day and will be in high luck it he succceeds our casualties about forty. The In- cases of la grippe. Misses Clara and Marchla Webb, of in getting through on the bumpers. surgents have destroyed bridges, Kinderhook, were the guests of Misses Louisville Commercial. which impeded progress of train and Delia and Mary Shaver Saturday and Friend Woodson, ot the Owensbtfro artillery. Sunday. Messenger, is flooding Hopkins coun Our troops met concentrated insurMrs. Nannie Stewart and Mrs. LlUle ty with Goebel literature in the shape gent forces on northern line, comof copies of his paper, the Messenger. manded by Aguinaldo In person, and Rowan visited Miss Settle Shaver Hopkins county, however, is not to drove with considerable slaughter. last week. We welcome the return of Mr. A.L be Goebellzed this time and Urey la They left nearly 100 dead on tht field, Balrd and family. wasting a heap ot good paper, in the and many prisoners and small arms Mrs. E. C. Balrd, who has been attempt. were captured. sick for some time, Is Improving. The column will press on in the Nebraska is a remarkable State In Mr. J. B. Iter's children are on the some respects, W. H. Grigg one of morning. Otis. sick list. A dispatch New York, March 29. their noted lecturers, has a baby re Hurrah for R. C, Jarnagin and the cently born which has no eyes, and to the Journal, dated Manila, Wednts-day- , Republican party. says: no place for them. They have anoth SALLIE BUTTHRNir. Bocave has been taken by our er curiosity, a man lull grown and good shape, &c, but be has some troops. The railroad bridge is unlns $100 Reward, $100. things wrong with his head. He is jured. Gen. MacArthur Is now withThe readers of this paper will be on exhibition most of the time in dlf in eight miles of Malolos. A dispatch to the Herald from Ma- pleased 1 3 learn that there Is at least ferent States. He has never succeeded well, but if he will add a monkey and nila says the insurgent capital has one dreaded disease that science has a hand organ he may. Ellzabethtown been moved from Malolos to San Fer- been able to cure in all Its stages and nando. that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Leader. The insurgents burned Bulacan Is the only positive cure now known The court ot appeals has decided by Tuesday afternoon. to the medical fraternity. Catarrh a unanimous vote that Attorney GenThe monitor Monadnock shelled being a constitutional disease, requires eral P. Wat Hardin didn't know much Hall's law when he gave the State Auditor Los Plnas, south ol Manila, Tuesday a constitutional treatment. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actthe official opinion that he should pay noon. Maj. Gen. Otis sent the following ing directly upon the blood and muover to Max Darker lrom $10,000 to additional report of the movement cous surfaces ol the system, thereby col$13,000 a year as commissions for destroying the foundation of the dls lecting license taxes which Barker had yesterday to Marllao: Manila, March 28. Adjutant Gen- ease, and giving the patient strength no more to do with collecting than the man in the moon. But Barker eral, Washington: MacArthur had by building up the constitution and in this manner got $40,000 out of the severe fighting yesterday alternoon assisting nature in doing its work. State treasury to which he was not beyond Marilao. Brilliant charge by The proprietors have so much faith in South Dakota, led by Frost, against its curatiye powers, that they offer entitled. Messenger. One Hundred Dollars for any case that All the political racket raised in the famed troops of Aguinaldo, brought from Malolos. Repulsed enemy with it falls to cure. Send for list of TestiStateo far seems to come from the monials. Address, different Democratic factions who are slaughter. Adjt. Lion and Lleuta. F. I. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Adams and Morrison and four enlistmud throwing at eack other, Mesu Sold by Druggists, 75c. ed men of that regiment killed, while the Republicans are quietly and Hall's Family Pills are the best. enharmoniously working to place their Lieut. McClellaud and twenty-twRunning for Offices. party levers into the crevices of the listed men wounded. Loss yesterday Democratic strongholds and will pre mostly confined to this regiment. Partial destruction of railroad, which The Mt Sterling Sentinel Democipltate a landslide next November that will completely wreck the head Is being rapidly repaired, impedes crat has found a man who givea his of the Democratic gubernatlonal tick MacArthur's progress. Supply rail- experience while running for an office et and telescope all his box car follow- way trains have reached Marllao, and whloh he did not win by a large ma MacArthur Is pushing on. Our small jority. He submitted the following ers Whitley Republican. gunboats are In Bulcacon river, where account of expenses tncurred: The Render Baptist church, at Ren great execution was done yesterday. Lost 4 months and 33 days cant der, Ky., will be dedicated on the jth They will relieve pressure on MacAr vasslng, 1,349 hours thinking about Sunday In April, 1899, The Rev. J, thur's front materially, Troops In the election, s acres ot wheat, 1 whole A, Bennett, ofFalrview, Ky., will of excellent condition and spirits, crops oi sweet potatoes, 4 sheep, 5 flcUte. Proclamation, signed Luna, Gener shoati and 1 beef given to barbecue, s tf d o d al insurgent forces directs all towns abandoned be burned. In consequence thereof much country north in flames, Otis The above dispatch was received in Washington at 2:40 a, m., March' 28 It is observed that it refers only to the fighting of yesterday, nothing being said about the operations of to day, March 28. Gen. Greely, Chief Signal Officer, has received a dispatch from Manila, sent this morning, which Is confined to routlnt affairs. The Frost named In Gen. Otis' dls patch Is Capt. A. S. Frost, of the Twenty-seconInfantry, now Colonel of the First SouthlDakota volunteers. The three officers killed In that regiment are Jonas H. Lion, First Lieuten ant and Adjutant; First Lieut Frank H. Adams and Second Lieut. Sydney B. Morrison. The officer wounded Is First Lieut Paul D. McClelland. A dispatch lrom Gen. Otis an nounce that the Third infantry has taken the place of the Twenty-thirInfantry, which was at the front. Two battalions oi the Twentysthlrd were brigaded with the Oregon volunteers and have seen severe fighting. The Twenty-thirhas been recalled to Manila. d ofhiirin front teeth and a considerable amount n personal skirmish, gave 97 plugs of tobacco, 7 Sundsy school book, 2 pairs of suspenders, 4 calico dresses, 7 dollars, and 13 baby rat tiers, told 2 889 lies, shook hands 23, 476 times, talked enough to have made in print 1,000 large volumes size of the patent office repotts, kissed 126 babies, kindled 13 kitchen fires, cut 3 cords ol wood, pulled 47s shocks ol lodder helped shuck 6 wagon toads ol corn, dug 14 bushels ol potatoes, toted 27 buckets ol water, put up 7 stoves, was dog bit 3 time, watch broken by baby, $s to repair, loaned 3 barrels ol flour, 2 bushels of meal, 150 pounds ol bacon 57 pounds ol butter, 32 dozen of eggs, 2 umbrellas, 12 lead pencils, I Bible dictionary, 1 mowing blade, 2 hoet, 1 ovetcoit, 2 boxes of paper collars, none of which have been returned. Called my op ponent a perambulating liar, doctor's bill, $m. Had five argumeits w th my wile results: 1 (lower vase smashed, I broom handle broken, t dish ol hash knocked off table, I ahlrt bosom tulned, 2 hands lull ol whis kerspul'edout, locents woithof et ck Ing piaster tough. Besides spending $1,863 SB2SSi33S af-ra- g THERE'S ?; b i ; NEWNESS EVERYWHERE! Ours is nu lutorcatlng Btoro r i 8 through April-i- t's a storo that most successfully moots your nonds, that oiTors you ovory shopping advantago lrom a and Quality PriceThoro's nownoss Standpoint. ovor7who.r0 VALUES AT EVERY TDKN. It's tho determination to make our store excel to make it at all times the leading storo that causes us to ofier you tho following pleasing prices. Uelow we quote you prices: All of our drees prints Comfort calico Quilt lining One yard wide domestic One yard wido good bleach One yard wido extra good bleach One yard wido tobacco cotton Ginghams One yard wide peicat White India linen Drees linen All oi the newest things in pique Ladies' seamless hose Nurses cnrseU Ladies' summer corsets Wash silks, per yard Black Lafata silk Men's derby hats 3 Jo CANE RUN, KY. ere last and Sunday. Rev. II. T. Crowe will fill his regus lar appointment here the third Saturday and Sunday In April. Rev. T. J. Acton will preach here the second Sunday In April. Rev. W. G Stewart will preach at Salem the fourth Suuday la April. Rev Dugan, of Millwood, closed a very interesting meeting at Salem last Sunday night. Rev. II. T. Crowe will preach at Fair View School house, Saturday night, April 15th. The Sunday School was organized at this place last Sunday, with Mr. J. G. Wilson, Superintendent. Miss Ma-- y Hoover, ot near Olaton, U visiting her brother, Mr.S. M. Wilson, this week. Mr.S. M. Christaln and wife are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. G. Wilson, at this writing. Farmers are behind with their work in this vicinity on account ot bad weather. J. W. Bradley made a flying trip to Louisville Sunday. Mrs. Dempeey White, of White Run, is visiting relatives in this neigh bo r hood. Mr. II. Short, of Huntlngburg.Iud tana, was In our midst last week. Rev. II. W. Morton gives us a very Interesting Snnday School lecture next Sunday at 1 1 o'clock. I Rev II W. Motton filled his aopoltit uent ol Fords ville Satut-da- y 5c 3Jc lo " 6c 8c lc 5c to'lOc 60 4o lifcs I 15c to 25o lOo 25c 35c 50c 50c 25c Dimities, Madras cloth. Everything in wash and new and WOOLEN DRESS Goods. Oar Qlothing Department is Complete. up-to-date Boys' suits Men's suits Umbrellas C5c 82.50 35c I r. WE ALSO CAltKVFULL LINKS OF LADIES' AND MEN'S SHOES, ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OFFl'UNITUKE. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT US FOR I1AHGA1NS. 8f W RESPECTFULLY, Anderson (Jarson tms?5e?ie?ie jy a ZA'r2t"j-2i.-n-oJw & (Jo; ' S c; I r.-it- t af M . - -- II . . I.I -- Does Your Bach Ache? -ft - . - . wv-- .,a J k -- 01 1 :j if. i& ' s inkle"chapel,1y. Cal-ooc- l. In constant pain when on J your feet ? Is that dragging, pulling sensation with you from mofn till night 7 Why not put tho medicine exactly on tho disease ? Why knot apply tho cure right to; :the spot UseliT t You can do it with V " V kM System i Doing BUSINESS 0 H&a DP.ABCP'S Cherry i Pectoral Master I " Jr Trustworthy Goods at l A 1 Jv A. A,. I JL 1 MitilJl'WiA'l'J'J XFXTIjXl Jti M IU r t' ninfWMMi 11 By tho car load lots our Spring "' Immediately after tho Plaster is applied, you feel its warming, soothlntr in fluence. Its' healing remedies quickly penetrate down deep Into the innamea tissues, Pain is quieted, soreness u re lieved and strength imparted. No plaster wis cvtr nidi HUH. No pUittr ever led so quickly sad thoroughly. No pUittr ever Ma such complete conlrol over ill Mads ol pita. - I Placed over tho chest it is a powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ; relieving congestion and drawing out all inflammation. roa in XT Alt n.coaiT. J r vrn co, lov.m. Mu. -- stock is arriving and being placed upon sale in our Mammoth Store. We feel assured that such bargains have never been made to the people of this section of the country as we are now prepared to offer. Our purchase haB never been more satisfactory in our business experience than it is this season. It is a well known fact that we have fc Will W1OT SMlfiCi wjJjUJlf f'Ww-- nMTO QiMlifl r-W- jJ T R. C SUTPHIN, Jeweler and Optician, lUIITl'UUU, KY. Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing done in first class order. A fine outfit for testing eyes for weak vision, etc. Don't fail to have yoar eyes tested before buying spec tacles. TUT. OI.D o RELIABLE HOPKINSVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY and Dye Works. Best of Work Reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Shinned on Tuesday and returns on Thursday leavo your Laundry at Postoflice. Have your laundry- for me. impossible to do so this week. We feel assured that the Bargains that await the people speak for themyou by calling at our store. and therefore buy goods in largo quantities. In this way wo secure bargains that those who buy in small quantities can't got. We would be glad to quote a series of prices on our general lines, but our stock is so varied that it is selves. Give us a chance to Convince Notwithstanding the belated season.our trade baa opened with the most flattering prospects. As a protection to our trade, we guarantee our prices to bo as low as the lowest. We will take pleasure in showing our pooda. " Lyman WllllaraB, Agent, panrruKB, ky. GIBBS BROS., ROCKPORT ri!l:n:m!fliiitiiitinnfiiiii "He That Stays Does the Business." 44 One door above Jas. A. Thomas, arc now in their attractive new quarters, better prepared than over before to give to their trade goods at prices that competition cannot touch. Notwithstanding the great advance in all cotton fabrics, we are continuing to, sell at the old prices. Our low prices and uniform method of treating all alike are the great attractions to our store. FAIR & GO i Alt the world admires staying power." On this quality success depends. The HENRY FlrtLD Bt SON. blood is the best friend the The program oi the joint session of heart has, and44 faint heart" the College Societies rendered at Col never won anything. Hood's lege Hall Inst Friday night was excelSarsaparilla is the Vest friend lent, Interesting and each actor did the blood ever had; it cleanses his work well. The recitation by Miss Lucy Townsend was most excellent. the blood of everything. It was delivered in her usual happy If you would be strong In the race of life and "do the business," you must "stay." Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the strugglo easy. It gives clear, strong blood; hence perfect health ensues. Hlve-"Tho We have just received n carload of and Plows, Harrows, Cultivators Drills of the best make to be had and are prepared to save you money on all kinds of machinery. Call and see us before buying. Agents for Mr Cormick's, the King of harvesting machinery. LEXINGTON, KY. March 26. As I have not seen any letter from State College for some time, I will attempt to give some cf you can't podge Tftcm iMH HHHaWaHaHH ever try to tlodgo the Did not succeed very well, did you? It's Just as useless to try to escape from the germs ot consumption. You can't do It. They are about us on every hand and we are constantly taking; them Into our lungs. Then why don't we all have this dlseaso? Simply becausethese perms cannot ealn a loothold In a strong throat and lungs. It's when these are weak that the germs master. The body must be well supplied with fat The danger comes when the blood Is poor and the body Is thin. If your cough does not yield, and your throat and lungs feel raw and sore, you should not delay another day. Did you raln-drop- 9? m mm r$i 1 -- the news Health is good, except a few lingering esses of measles. We have had some nice weather, and, ol course, we have had ensugh drilling. The Major generally has three companies to drill each day. Our officers are fine fellows, but march us till we are out of breath, then have us to beat time lor a rest I visited the home of Henry Clay It is about two and a half miles from the college and situated on the pike one and oue half miles East oi the It Is a very beautiful place. The house Is overgrown with vines The grounds which surround the house, have a luxuriant growth of blue grass, and are shaded by pines and various other kinds of trees, I brought back with me a piece ol pine as a memento. I have not yet had an oppoitunlty to visit the cemetery to see the monument that has been erected to his honor. We will now pass to College work. The first ten weeks term, since Chris mas, closed on March 17th, with us ual examination, which caused much trouble fur the merry boys and girls who had lately been so gay and bright, but they that have studied seemed to be in better spirits, and easily passed. has been arThe ranged and all have settled down to work again. This la certainly a fine school. I wish Ohio couaty would send more students. There are no reason why she can not, because It or seventy only takes about sixty-fiv- e dollars to get one through a five months term, and that is as cheap as student can go to a good school any where, The societies are doing excellent work. They have held their annual contests. Mr. A. F. Crider, of the Union Liberty Society, won a medal. His subject waa "the Warning of the Mr. L. D. Southern Confederacy." Threlkeld, of Patterson Society, won a medal on the 23th of this month. His subject was "A Man, a Soldier and a Hero." As the bugle has sounded I will conclude. Success to Tub Refutim can and its noble editors. School Boy. post-offic- e. ANNOUNCEMENT ttSu SI 1 A word to Judicious Bayers (JoriQemirig the fvfeeds of style and highly complimented by an appreciative audience. The work ol the Societies Is a great feature ol the school and the work which the young people ore doing la very commendable. The influence oi the Societies Is elevating and refining. Every young man and every young lady of town should join. the eason. i ft!l!l!i!l!rillWW!l!ro "SO-CALLa We BUY FOR CASH We Sell Fop Cash. ... Wo carry the BIGGEST and BEST SELECTED STOCK. We ennv NO "OLD or SHELF-WOR- N GOODS." Wo na. no excew.ve rent.. Whavc I'ui no clerk hire. Wo EXPERT" 10 uoour buyine Willi these and manyiJ,"" fiiH-iiu'iiiiit-- r clipped oil, you can leadily tee how we iiu ... l? ........ manage to alt below otheri ii o ijuuie juu; 30 inch spring Percals Oc 65o for 40 inch Navy Blue and Beautiful ipiing Ginghams Oc Black Serge. 54 inch Turkey Red Damask... lCc 10c for ladie fancy how, worth 25c. 12Ju Pretty assortment .Madras 76c Men' good Jean pant. cloth, all the new checki and itripei. 11.25 Men alNwool Casslmere 10c Heavy Cotton Jeans. pant. to Good yard wide Domeitic. 25c Men Wool Hat. Sample ihirt half price. 3c New Spring Prints. G flpooli 0. N. T. 25c. Men' wool uit 84.00 Boy' uiU, knee pant 10c Ladies Seamiest Fait Black 69c. Men's fine thoca 81.20 Hose, actual value 20c. Ladies' honest, every day hoe, 75c for 10-- 4 bed spreads, hemmed button or lace, 81.00. ready for um. Men' heavy every day rhoes, solid 15c for the I amoui Black Cat Leath- evejywhere, 81.25. er Stocking juit the thing for boy Good zioo trunks.iron bottom, $1.52 ind. girls. Good aixe Telescopes 25c 50c for High Grade summer corset. Men' socks, in worth 1fl 25c for 3G inch Dreu Good, in Men' good suspenders 10c fancy weave, worth 35c. Big size handkerchief 5c Itching ot hives which troubled me last summer wm terrible; blotches came all oyer my body. Hood's Saritparlll and Hood's ruin cured me." Mm. Mart Iibott, 233 South Wolf St., Baltimore, Md. " I was as tired Inttie All Run Down morning at at night, had no ambition, weak and run down. Three bottles ot Hood's Barsaparllla built me up and cured me. Can cat well and sleep well." Mrs. Cms. Mots, 41S Madison St., Sandusky, Ohio. FomalO Troubles-- " I would hare welcomed death any time as a relief from catarrh of Ilia womb and other eerloua troubles. The best physicians eald ray caso was helpless. I stnpped taking erery-thin- g else and took Hood's Sarsaparilla. New lite came to me and I trained until I am perfectly well and atrone;." Mil. m. J. Fnait, Lone-e- ll, Missouri. - Whatever elee tho Spring and Summer of 1891) may have In store for you, it certainly offer you tbe Gotden Opportunity to buy the very beat goods cheap. We enter tbe season with a line of attractions that will commaud the respect ami admiration of all on account of their Three or four months ago Mrs. Tom Her, of near Centertown, bought a lot ol carpet rags from Mr. Marlon Cal vert, of that communlty.brought them home and laid them away for spring work. Recently Mrs. Her began working up her carpet material and found wrapped up in it a tin box containing gold pieces, one 20 doltwo lar bill, a silver hall dollar and several notes. The purse was promptly returned to Mr. Calvert. It Is safer in flood's Hits enrtllrMNl, .be nop IrrlUUng ens. these days of prosperity to entrust BTrcitWrtToroUfct wUBifoo3'l Bafl'.p.rm., savings to the banks than to leave It lying about the barn, piled up with Col. C. M. .Bamett is in town this the wood on the woodyard or even week. Mrs. Bamett who has been wrapped up in carpet rags. sick lor several days Is Improving now. Bingham. Elegance, Style and Quality And offer tbem at prices lower than you have ever before enjoyed for goods of equal merit and worth. Regarding the opportunities for selection, we do not tbink you have ever looked over a better assorted stock. It is intenrely practical, consisting wholly of popular styles and reliable goods. We do not wish it understood by this that our stock is at all weak in Take 3&Ct& Sauafahitq Emulsion of Cod-Liver Scott's Oil Exhibition of New Styles. On the contrary, it was never more attractive iu its profusion of new novelties of the practical, desirable kind that will supply your needs perfectly. When it comes to quality we speak of tbe matter with special pride. It is the fundamental principle of our business Inflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as well. The digestion becomes stronger, the at once. It will heal the with Hypophos-phlt- es appetite better and the weight . ja'i'i'riii'iiiiiMiiiiiiir'iri;'; Of course we cannot say all we would like to in this space, but we invite you to visit u. We will not only how you the most convenient store in Hartford, but a stock in styles, below zero in prices. Bring us your Cash or your Eggs, Feathers, ate, and wo assure you that our ways of doing business will make our house your trading place. Remember, everything marked in plain figures and one price to everybody. Very truly, FAIR & CO. $TO!ffi r Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH 31. See Carson & Co. lor Fertilizer. The ''goodies" that Wecker and Bonhomme are making are just imply grand. To see them lnakea one hungry. Field's 'bus meet Beaver Dam. all train left R- - C. Sutphln, Jeweler, will reoalr your watches, clocks, etc., in first- at class order and guarantee them to give satisfaction. Mrs. M. L. Heavrln and Master Roy, who hsd been vlsltlne relatives Leave your stock with Likens & and friends In Owensboro, returned tt home last Snnday. Ross when In Haitlord. Judge James P. Miller has issued a Mr. John Roddy, ol Render, was in call for a special meeting of the Fiscal town Moody on business. Court to be held at the court house in Farming implements of all kinds, Hartford for sale by Henry Field & Son. Mr. R, T. Collins will open his new Mr. Lewis Rowe, of Echols, made store He has a brand new a business trip to Hartlord Monday. line of everything to be found in a Brlug us your fat Hene, Eggs, first class dry goods store. Feathers and Wool. Carson & Co. For the very best tonsorlal work, Mr. C. W. Morgan, Maxwell, made call on Bulllngton, the barber. He ns a pleasant call while In town Wed- has elegant quarters, the best of tools, and will fix you up In style. tf nesday. County Attorney Ueavrln terday tor Owensboro. yes- . Moore & Sanderfur, the new gro attention when you come to cery men, kindly invite the people o tf Hartlord and Ohio county to give contt. The very freshest and best groceries them a call. Pate's old ttind. in the market can be found at Moore The amount ot money appropriated & Sanderfur'a. for the purchase of garden seeds for Mrs. R. L. Canon, of Roalne, la the pnblic distribution was I72S 75 Inguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. stead of $1,000 as was reported. S. Ragland, thla week. We have reduced the price on all and will continue to For freah bread at all hours, call on Calicoes to Weclcer & Bonhomme, Proprietors tell at that price until April 15, for Carson & Co. tf cash only, City Bakery, Haitlord, Ky. Likens & Ross trill give your stock eecial 3c The Hopklnsvllle Steam Laundry at Schroeter's Floating Studio and see uses ,the"Doz It" machine to move samples and prices on best grades only. the rough, edges oQ of collars. His place of business is headquarters tf Mr. W. M. Fair left Sunday for the (or such work, Eastern cities to purchase the spring .Field & Son have secured an extra stock' of dry gcods for Fair & Co. Remember we don't "charge'' Cal at 3)ic. We aell It for CASH onCarson & Co. ly. Ico If in need ot enlarged portraits, call stable and now have amjile room to accommodate all their customers. The politest attention and the best of feed lor your horses. . ,v We.have reduced the price of coal at Judge C. W. Massle wis taken sudto 3c. denly ill on last Saturday and has W. A. Miti,BR & Bro. 36 since been conGned to his room He had an attack of stomach trouble, Rogers, Elkton, arrived has Mrs. Chas. but is Improving now, here Tuesday to spend a few days boardingwith her parents,Capt. and Mrs. S.K, Mr. C. C. Wedding's Cox. house, 654 3d street, Louisville, Is the capital place lor Ohio county people Miss Alice Stafford has returned to millinery season. to stop while in the city. Best $ 1.00 Hartford for the per day house in the city. tf She la 'With Messrs. Carson & Co. the Dr. Miller bank from 3c - Capt. W. J. Stone, who Is trying to Exchanged at the Bingham enter- help Goebel beat Hardin for the ot the Democratic party for tainment an umbrella without han Governor, will speak at the court die. Please return to thla office and house In Hartford Monday, exchange. Miss Alice Stafford, Carson & Co's stocit of Mill- Milliner, has just returned from fleV7r- where she has been for the inery ilibs last six week posting herself on the Heisf flLeeeived &t Utest novelties in MUlluery good. Cariox & Co. iSros., nom-laatio- n again. large Everything ftoport, )y. The blanks upon which the census Ralph Bingham made his fourth apof school districts is to be taken, were sent out by the County Superin- pearance on the stage in Hartford Monday night. Notwithstanding the tendent on Wednesday's mall. incessant downpour ol rain, quite a Schroeter, the leading Green river large number of people came out to Photographer, is now at Hartford. joe. and Ji.oo, ill druggists. hear him. Ralph captured the au Call and see his work. His Photo SCOTT 4 BOWNE, ChunUu, Nw York. dlence with the first number oi his Buttons are the fad of the day, also program and for an hour and forty- his Photos are finer than ever. Wedding. Overheard five minutes round after round of Mr. Lawrence Ileln, who has beea laughter and applause greeted him. "Here she comes." on the sick list tor sometime, nas A more appreciative audience never "Pretty, isn't she?" grown worse and Is now dangerously assembled in Hartlord, nor was any "Who made her dress?" HI, He has been afflicted with a com ever more highly entertained. An "Is it surah silk or.satin?" plication of diseases for sometime. evening with Ralph means an even "Is her veil real lace?" Before buying, get our prices on ing oi laughter and mirth. His en"She's as white ns the wall." Wagons, Buggies, Disc Harrows, tertainment consisted ol music, song, ' 'Wonder how much he Is worth?' and story telling. Cultivators; Corn Drills, Plows, Fer- Impersonation "Isn't she cool?" Bingham's impersonation of "Laska" tilizers, Buggy Poles, Shafts. &c, CUBE A 1'OI.D IN ONE BAT "That train's a horrible shape." alone was doubly worth the admis- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Likens & Ross, Liverymen. "Aren't the bridesmaids plain." sion. Ralph Bingham is a natural lets. AU druggists refund money ii Moore & Sanderinr, successors to genius, brim full "Hasn't she a nice little hand?" of wit and humor. it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine "Wonder what number her gloves Pate Bros., have replenished their al- He is tf has L. B. Q. on each tablet. the marvel ol the age. We are?" ready large stock of groceries and now hope that we may be able to have CENTERTOWN KY. "They say her shoes are fives." have a complete stock of everything him with us again in the near future. in their line Give them a call. Next "If his hair isn't parted In the midMr. E. M. Morton hashls new dle?" door to Carson & Co's. Good health is worth more than drug store about ready for use. "Wonder what she married him Mr. Tom Calloway, who lived near anythlug else to you, and every bottle Mr. Alvln Rowe went to Louisville for?" Dundee,died of pneumonia last week. ot Hood's Sarsaparilla containing last week on business. "For his money, of course!" Tom was a bright, pleasant young good health. Miss Mattle Tlchenor, of Central "Isn't he handsome?" man and his death was a misfortune Grove, lately matriculated in onr DIED. "He looks like a circus clown." to the community in which he lived. On March 21, 1899. Mrs. Missouri school. "No, he's a dancing master." He was 27 years old and leaves no Josephine Renesr Bros, have exchanged their Elmore, wife of Proi. J. L. "Good enough for her anyway." family. house and lot, on South Church street Elmore and daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. "She always was so stuck up." Mr. B. D. Rlngo was appointed Jas. A. Park, at the age of 21 years to Mr. A. Lee Rowe for a lot on West "She'll be worse than ever ndw." mill street, where he will erect a good Commonwealth's Attorney pro tern and 8 months. "She jilted John Hall or somebody, at Hawesvllle last Monday, vice Mrs. Elmore s friends were num flouring mill. didn't she?" Mad-dIt has come to pass, Mr. D. L. J. Edwin Rowe oa a whiz. Mr. Rln- bered only by her acquaintances and "He's left town anyhow." who is chief clerk with W. A. go is an able lawyer and an honor to them her death comes as a person"Isn't he awkward?" ble gentleman and Jndge Owen made al loss. She was a cultured musician Rone & Co., was quietly married to "White as his collar." a wise selection ol a guardian of the and gifted singer, but only around Miss Stella Ross.of this place, Sunday "Why don't they hurry up?" evening. Dave la one of our best Interests ot the Commonwealth. the fireside could her real worth be "Did she say she would obey?" known. She was burled at Union young business men and an "Oh; there, they are married?" Mrs. Eliza Ragland, wife ot Mr. J. Grove Church of Christ, oi which she good boy, while the young lady he "Tired to death!" M. Raglaud, ot Roalne, died of heart beautiful, social, and rehas won is a was a consistent member. "Glad It's overl" failure last Saturday and was burled During her Illness, lasting four fined young lady. We wish thut your "Oh, dear!" Illustrated AmeriIn the Roalne Cemetery Sunday. Mrs. years, lives may be one ol happiness and joy. can her christain charity and faith Ragland was a kind christain lady, supported her. No words Mr. J. M. Brown went to Rockport of corns Uu and after an exemplary life of a little plant was made and when the end Monday on business. ruraa m noif w namore than three score years, has gone came I wm xtok f Mr C. K. Renecr visited the Llvermore it was in quiet and peace as UBlrs MM WVf. to her reward. She leaves a husband described by her favorite poet: SI. . Masonic lodge lsst Saturday night. 104 Kru rrjor si and eleven children to mourn her loss. Sub. Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! The Sunday School Convention The Doctor Confesses, Wanted-- An Idea ot Mtm itnp convenes at Fords vllle, April 19. And may there be no moaning of the An honest physician realizes that Protoot roar Mhii thr mir bring oo wmU. bar wc ia-- . rtiwi juu if of its session the disUpon the close When I put out to sea." XTMhlftfloft I. for tbtx wuiid. ofer no one man knows it all that it is UiiUU ot two tULtulr! , UTmikm l.Suo trict Conference of the M. E. Church May that God in whose goodness the combined effects of age which prowill be commenced. The work of the and mercy she trusted, comfort and duces the highest perfection in any conference will close April -- 2d with a guide her husband, children, and field ot research and he will let no lecture by Rev. Sam Jones. This old fashioned scruples of professional family. E. promises to be one of the greatest oc etiquette nor prejudice of opinion caslons for Fordsvllle and community Your Boat Intoroats stand in the way oi his giving to his of the season. Everybody who possipatients the very best service and adbly can should attend. Will be served by making sure oi vice which lies within his power. health. It will be a loss of time and When such a physician finds that his Mr. Oscar T. Hlnes died at his resimoney to be stricken with serious own remedies and methods ol treat dence In Rockport Monday morning. Hood's Sarsaparlla and ment are (aulty he does not hesitate He was sick only four days and It was Illness. Take purify your blood. In this way all to confess his errors and to adopt the thought had spinal meningitis, He germs of disease will be expelled, better remedies and better methods was a prominent Mason and wss burwill be avoided, and your of those whose success has been fully ied by that order Tuesday in the sickness health will be preserved. Isn't this proven. Rockport cemetery. Mr. Hlnes was a wlsecourse? It thus happen that hundreds of pleasant christain gentleman, who left physicians throughout the country and better by his THE BBST OP THEM ALL II Hood's Pills are the only Pills to the world happier having lived In it, He was about 45 take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Price are today advising patients to use Dr. Miles' Nervine for the cure ofLu years old and leaves a wife and four 25 cents. Grippe and it is terrible after effects, children to mourn his death. May iMOOTHLYjnAGAZINEJ the God, who called the husband and Klllod His Wifo As Ho Slopt. such as nervous prostration, dyspep sla, dizziness, weakness, heatt trouble lather hence, heal the wounded hearts 6 Dr. and all forms of exhausted vitality. Tacoraa Wash., March ol his wife and orphan children. novsl In svery numCharles Corey shot and killed his wife Au Instance is recorded In the follow Contains completelarge quantity of UMful ber. In addition to a Mr, J M. Mattlngly, of Hartford, this morning while the two were ly- ing letter from Mrs. S. Morehouse, and ntertalnlns reading matter. JO MHttHued titrU: wMefc ere has just secured from the patent office ing asleep. Corey was ill, and bis Pncenix, N. Y., who writes: "The tJoM)bf to at Washington a patent on a flour story of the affairs is that be waa fever left my stomach very weak and It should be In every household. Subscription, S3.00 per year. packer, which he thinks will revolu- laboring under a nightmare, believ- 1 could scarcely eat the lightest kind Agent wanted in every town, to whom tionize the packing department ol the ing his wife was being pursued by a oflood, I had a dreadful burning the most liberal Inducement will be offered. FatUs-s- r, T, milling Industries ol thecountry. The stranger who was intent on killing sensation at the base of the brain, but J. 8. mriHCOTT PHIUOKlPHia. chief delect of the packing process her. In his dream, Corey says he my greatest trouble was sleeplessness. now In use is that It destroys the even followed the two from Tacoma to My doctor said it was nervous prosgranulation oi the floor, which seri- Washington, and just ns he fancied tration, and when he saw that the ously Impairs its rising qualities. Mr. the man was about to stab her fired medicine he gave me had no effect Mattlngly's invention preserves the twice with his revolver. He awoke whatever, be advised me to try a even granulation of the flour and at with a start to, find himself sitting bottle ol Dr. Miles' Nervine, as he the snme time packs twice as much in bed with a smoking revolver in his knew it was 0 good remedy for nerv- Boaver Dam, Ky Time Table. flour iuto a given space as the packers hand. Corey had drawn his revolver ous troubles. I followed this advice now In use. The Inventor has sub from its place under his pillow and aud lu a short time I was restored to NORTH BOUND. 4:41 a. in. mitted drawings of his Invention to killed hi wsfe. perfect health." No. 204, Fast Mail aome oi the largest millers of the A trial package of Dr. Miles' lavor- - No. 232, Accommodation.. G:02 a. m. The ralation between Corey and his country and has already bad some wife were very affectionate, and the ite treatment for the grip, consisting No. 222, Accommodation,. 12.41 p. m. 6:52 p. m, No. 202. Fast Mall liberal oflcrs for his patent. authorities believe his story, He Is of Dr. Mile' Nervine, Dr. MIUs' Autl-Pai- No. 294, Local Freight. . . .8:10 a, m. Pills and Dr. Miles' Nerve and nearly crazy with grlei", and friends Lubv Irritation Is the forerunner to consumption, are watching him to prey eat his sui- Liver Pill, will ba seat absolutely 80UTI1 BOUND. will cure cide. Mr. Corey was a leader lu the free oi coat to any person sending No. 203. Fast Mall Dr. Bell's 12.20 p. ui. It, and give such strength to the social club circles. She was afraid of name and address on postal card, No. 231, Accommodation,. .8:37 p. ra. lungs that a cough or a cold will not a revolver, and frequently suggested requesting the sample, and mention- No. 221, Accommodation. lZiZO p. m. cents at all settle there. Twenty-fiv10:30 a.m. good druggist. For sale by Z. Way nr lear that she Ttould someday be killed ing the name ol this paper. Address No. 201. Fast Mall Or, Miles Medical Co,, Elkhart, Iud. No, 203, Local Freight. . . .2:40 p. . Griffin & Bro, tf by oue. Corty was not rrt9ted. Increases. The whole body becomes well fortified and the germs of consumption cannot gain a foothold. It's this nourishing, sustaining and , strengthening power of SCOTT'S EMULSION that has made it of such value in all wasting and exhausting diseases. To Sell Reliable Goods! We carry all grades, to be sure. Of course some are much finer tban others, but that is what you want a chance to select according to tbe use you propose to make of the article purchased, but no matter whether ynu buy from our finest or our cheapest grade you are sure to get an honest value for your money. A judge of goods will certainly give us credit for good intentions when be looks over our entire line with an eye to quality. They are all honest s productions that will Bpeak for themselves. In conclusion, we earnestly invite you to call and prove our claim for your patronage by an unprejudiced and critical first-clas- I ata Inspection of Our Stock. We expect no one to give us a dollar's worth of trade unless they see that their interests are advanced by the transaction. Asking for your patronage on the promise that you will certainly be benefitted thereby, we remain, very truly yours, J. 12-. . fogle & 0. DO YOU KNOW THAT fe CO., A. R. RENFROW & DUNDEE, KENTUCKY, Formerly Hints Mill, are the only people in Ohio county, who handle every class of goods you need from the cradle to the grave? Their line consist of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEENS-WARTINWARE, DRUGS, GROCERIES, FURNITURE, STOVES, HAND-MADFARMING IMPLEMENTS, FIELD SEEDS. FERTILIZERS, COFFINS, &c &c In other words a firstclass town all combined in a first-clastore. E SAD-DLERss J or, WE WANT YOUR TRADE ! nlkUkr -- We are In business to sell goods and goods we must sell and II prices and quality amount to anything to you, we will sell them. Nothing is so convincing as personal investigation. That is all we ask. We know we can save you money and Tve want you to know it. Look at these prices; then come to our store and prove them with YOUR OWN EYES. Best plaid shirting 6c. CoGood plaid shirting lumbian cheviots (also Iron Clad) per yard 6,'ic. Best LLL domestic, yard wide, by the bolt 3)ic. Best AAA standard domtstlc, very heavy, yard wide.by the bolt Aic Good calico (prints) 3c. Best brands calico (prints) 3tfc. SHOES We have in sizes and prices to fit your foot and pocket book without crumping either. Wecan give you an extra heavy man's shoe for ft. 00, either lace or Ladies' shoes $t.oo, lace or button. Boys' shoes 85c up. Child's shoes 2K up. We can not give you a full list of our goods, but if you want Con-Kres- s. vrjwiJE-ioun- n 0-- 4c. BARGAINS in EVERYTHING I Jff-- " We cordially Invite you to visit our store without delay. Come to see us and price our goods and you will come another day. We want your trade and strive to merit it by giving big valuea for your money or produce which is counted the same as cash, at the highest market price. YOURS RESPECTFULLY, A. R. RENFROW & CO. TSrcOTT'S "Jf" CAPTURED! "We Have Met tho Enemy and They Are Ours" Higli 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. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and low of time, Firmer, before buying elsewhere, come and examine onr large stock of Implements of every description. Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, Wagons, &&, &c ml re4r. ii C0MF-.K- X Prices Next to tho Last Thing Considered.. I n . ' Williams 34 & Williams, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. e JOB PRINTING, call For FIRST-CLAS- S at THE REPUBLICAN OFFlpE. (Jome arid ee! aai'n'acKax3Esxsss Estimates Trill be furnished on application. cations to T t Before contracting the building of your house, don't fall to have ui to make you estimates on the carpenter's werk or tho job complete. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Address all communi- looking, well dressed etrauget who comes to town. Be womenly, be modest, be thoughtful and serious at FRIDAY, MARCH 31. all times, don't uusex yourselves and thus lose woman's sweetest charm. The real name of the writ tr should Don't regard long legged, awkward accompany each communication, to brother as a nuisance; don't turn up Insure'tiubllcatlon. your nose at your old fashioned father Remittances may be made by Money Order. Registered Let and his grammar, and about all don't play "a hot time" on the piano, when ter, Bank Check or Draft. Correspondence intended for publN your good old mother Is having "a cation or on business connected with hot time" at the washtub. It Is too the office, to insure prompt attention, should be addressed to Tint RJtrUBU- - suggestive. Hartford Republican. WOMAN EXECUTED. WenttoTho Chnlr Qutotly And Dlod Instantanoously Mrs. Marthn Place was executed in Sing Sine Prison recently. She was the first women to J(e In the electric chair In the State ol New York, and she went to her death quietly. Death was Instantaneous. Only two shocks were given. State Etectrlcan Davis threw down the lever at exactly 11.01 a.m. The voltage ol the current was 1,760, and It was continued for four seconds. It was then gradually diminished to 200 voltage, which was continued for fifty-si- x seconds. Dr. Irvine, the physician of the prison, examined the woman and then ordered a second shock. That was the same as the first In power, continued and for the same, length of time. The second shock has always been administered at Sing Sing. ( Htm wmitf)7,TJjBj CASTORIA For Infanta nnd Children. . HUDILLS PM Hver. ami cum noaM Atbd lor Jaundice, biliousness, sick 1 hcoiUche, nnusca, ImllRcsf (Ion, etc They aro In valuable to prevent n cnMor break up a fever. MlUl.trentlc. certain, they aro worthy your ronfldence. Turely Vffcetable, they can be takm by rhIUlrrii or delicate women rrico, SWc at all medicine dealers or by matt of C I. Hood & Co--, Lowell, Mats Ilr-a- U I Post-Offi- ce '' - CASTOR .1. .. 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of i.rrf BALDWIN & HUDSON, at BEAVER DAM, KY. The Republican Is mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue it la received and all arrears are paid In full. Tub Republican is ii oer vear 11 paid In ad vance, but It not paid in advance will be $1.15 per year. CAN. rYvccctablePrcnar-tionror As ti g CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Hare Always Bought Blgnaturo of similating ihcToodfltidnctfiila-lin- with trgu-4lifir- the Stomachs ondDowcls of tin. iritaM tor. l4t cnkt - oil ihJiir ; vktlhf r r Uiaifo btblt, tor -, PromolcsDigcsUon.Chceirul-ncs- s ?'jn ,C Jll f lb ronr AW !( ltvtlf moJ, rTT Ilk ItJ M mllM U arr 1 9 We do not believe In parrying oocte Over OZa&yff&C&W THIEVES' SCHOOL. IVotNaiicotic. Mxjmtut Anilt JVnf and RcstXonlalns neither Opnim.Morphlne norMiiicxfll. AAlf The & kov,t. lbom,UM, nontt, nrMu(lloear,rrfr-- l , Urn fr- 9rbf UMtfC., (Mnp, jrtMJi -- A '. ff 11 U m9 aVU V rw tvw J i wJrTrir," f'llia?-i,r-t.T- - p- -' fI. mrm.fc It with At his home ten miles from Bowling Thoro Is Such an Institution In Green, Ky., Mr. John M. Young celebrated his one hundred and sixth Japan It Has Long birthday on Saturday, March iSth. For another season. We have three reasons for not wishing to do so. Flourished. Mr Young is an Irishman, and came to America in the early forties. He First Wo need tho room for our spring stock. Second Goods do There are two classes ol children in settled near Goshen, Warren county, not improve with age. Third Wo can use the money invested in Tokyo who become professional beg- and has lived there ever since. He Is Therefore we will them to a better advantage. gars, viz., those small unfottunates very feeble. He cast his first vote for who have uu away from home In order to escape barbarous treatment from inhuman parents, whose nomadic Instincts induce them to get rid of their too numerous offsprlng.and thus avoid the trouble of dragging them around from one village to another. These latter confide their children to old professional beggars, who soon teach the young outcast to earn his own livelihood. Some of these chiefs of the mendi cant procession enjoy a wide reputa tion, and have scores of beggars and thieves in embryo under their tutelage. There even exists In Tokyo a well known house, Kodomo no Souryoya, which Is a regular agency for the let ting out of children. Beeears of 40 or so years of age ( nearly always thieves horsde combat, and crippled In some way or other) call upon this firm every day and hire a child of tour or five years old, in whose company they prey upon the charity of the public. The price per day for a child If from 3 to 10 ten (3 to 10 cents', and as tha object of the child is to inspire pity, weak and all ing children fetch the highest prices. Prom s vears upward the children do their begging by themselves. At the ace of 14 or 15. under the pretext of gathering waste paper and other rubbish, they prowl around the court yards of the houses and commence to lames K. Polk for President. Candy Cathartic, cure consllpatlo.1 foreTer. lOc.ssc. irc.CC, tall, drutKUta refund money. DON'T GUT yaur e.raa It Um ACara Inataat. no Sura anl aaf. No poison, and tha Crn ata that's a sttonf point. Itc." drusslta or tr mall, OIANT ClIUltlCAL OO IIt a dana.rau.. OAtiTOniA. t TM King Yw Hm Almrt Boiitfit Hiremud Apcrfect Remedy forConslipo- 11011, fi7 aour NT5W Cherry at., rhlla. jvT Mi Kind You Have 4 ays Worms iuiikM.u,LM.miiuiAi, s .Convulsions.Fcvcrisli-ncs- CLOSE OUT AT COST The following lines: mean business. Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Winter Boots This is no catch. Wt and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods. Bdncate Tour llow With Casvarrts. orulLoss lac Simile u of Sleep. Di.I.I.CUZI'l al leaat I l nl nf all j niptntnB rtmor-.4T.atlm.mUls and TEN J)T3 SOKJ.tkjl K, Atlanta.frr. (la. COUDwttb tff.Ubl. ltmMl HaTacurv.1 many thousand ra4 taiipi nf pc in lea1 Signalme of Como, examine and see for youselves. S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. H. ft5HgRfi60rS: rl k - t "kWiladiriffir We come In haste.notsomuch on uc count of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we had no on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the tact r fr -- - LU lf RER l suNiwr f ni fcNANr. ' w that THEO. E. RECHTIN Has on hand at the present time, the best assortment of lumbers that can be While we think of found anywhere It, let us give you a few pointers on Vr- 'SiixJ-- " rV The Atlanta Constitution said in a recent issue that the Ne York daily papets, with one exception, used Mr. Thos. E. Watson's Story of France merely as a means lor showing their personal animus, and made no pretence to review the work. The "one exception" was the New York World. tjFii.-ti- i' It is interesting and instructive to note that the great papers in the Western, Southern, and Middle States, have treated Mr. Watson's work on perfection of laundry wotk when without relerence to his attitude in your shirt is laundered by us, just as our laundry stands alone for excellence American politics. of work turned out. Your linen Isn't injured here from chemicals or. imDoat ToSMto Salt aad Smals Tear lift Away. Only skilled assistproper handling. To qnlt tobacco easily and foreTer.be ants are employed, and you can't beat lull of life, nerie and Tit or, takt , the that makes weak men it for beauty of color and perfection of strong. All drurf Isti, Mo or 11. Curl guaranteed. Booklet and sample free. Address polish. i '' .' YOniC. i i'gw'rT iry m . Always Bought. ' ATT0.1LYEY- S. F. 3R.OTD3T, W, - AT - LA lOltlMVII.I.i:, UKNTI't-ltY. tCXACTCOPYOrVHAPPCQ. ..miy ,, .,.. ,..,,. ... .... .,. -JI 1 i- --P Will praclico lib prolcseion iu all tho courts of Ohio anil aJjoiuine en unties aud Court of Appeals, bpccial nU teutiou givtri to collections. Oflico next door to Post Ofllce. j. kdwin sown. V h. I'KLIX. Rowe & Felix, It Stands Alone Xrisa."TXT37'ei:s HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Trompt attention given to all business en. trusted to our care. Office In Herald building. wonder-worker- Sterling Ramsdy Co., Chicago or Ksw York. Richmond Stean Uundrj Clets Her, agent FJ&'1 fffgniiiuii''liwlliiiiliiii 'Pjff SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at Fought In thoPon. It Is reported that Rev. Gregory Doyle and Prof. McClure, who were convicted of the crime of causing the death of Lydla Bratcher, in Hart county, and sent to the penitentiary at Eddyvllle, are not getting along very smoothly. They fought In the pen last Thursday, during which Doyle, the preacher, was getting the better of McClure, when they were separated. It will be remembered that Doyle requested, before they were sent from Muntordville, to be separated from McClure, that he was afraid of him. Glasgow Republican. Bear- s- very lowest price. He buys In large way can and in We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with you. We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboardlng, etc., RECHTIN. THEO. E. thnt get the quantities ?' . iiiiUVE-- i lt5(Tl AMjiHSL . 'fc .i ... 1 :;- -, -- - . mi; Will practice his profession in all the couitcol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special atten. tion given to all assignments In bank mptcy. HARTFORD, KY. "tflHS. For the next pattern. IBS ,J31f33irI0aJ,a!a).M 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house Dealer In all kinds of Building Material, Cor. 7th & Ingle, Kvansville, Ind. Agent for the lieu l'nlent rinitera. Nenit tor Cntnlngne. thieve. Their usual weapon Is a long stick, the end of which is steeped in glue, and with which they are very adroit In removing trifles from open winIs absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win dows. get your success in life. This being conceded, It is of first importance to At 16 thev are taught the art of training at the school that stands in the very front rank, oleklnt? pockets with skill and dla-& Si College, he patch, and from being beggars rise to LOUISVILLE, iiK.VTKKY. the rank of botahajiki(plckpockets)or ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In kopparall (thieves). SHORTHAND, his line. Graduates of this college preferred by bustThere is no real dlflerence Deiween J ness houses. Write lor a beautiful book giving tts-- . TELEGRAPHY, tlmonlals from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the the thief and the beggar. The child United States It will be mailed to you FREE. 28 commences as a beggar, Becomes in due course athiefand takes to begging once more when old age overtakes him. Daily lessonsare given tothe young thieves by the chiefs of each band, and Ky., the apprenticeship lasts as long as The whole tuing nas Has rushed In on G. B. Miles' Entire Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, from 12 to 19. been reduced to a regular system, Shoes, Hats, 'Caps, Groceries and Gents Furnishing Goods and has Blown the Prices Down Below Zero. I have enlarged and repaired my house and pocket picking and burglary are care. am now In better position to give my customers bargains than I have ever lully taught in every detail. been since I have been In business. I began business zy, years ago with a One specialist spent a year in Uerlin J 50. 00 stock. I have increased to $1,500.00 and owe the praise of same to In the my customers. When I first began I sold at 25 and 50 per cent, profit. I In order to acquire perfection Since this went on that way some time and reduced my profits to 15 and 25 percent, and art of subtilizing a purse. then reduced to per cent, and have gained sufficient trade by each trans, oentleman has returned to Tokyo B19 action to make more money by the latter and now I propose to reduce my class has been very successful, and profits again to 8 per cent. This looks small and some will say that I can't Intelligent pupilsat the do this nor won't do It, but I will show my bills and do what I say and will has a hundred present moment also explain why I can do it. FIRST Bear in mind that I get salary enough from the railroad com The whole thieve' colony is regu pany as agent for them and from the postofiice to pay all my family expenses lated bv a code of laws, and these are and rent. with the utmost sternSECOND By this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can dls. administered ness. The youngest thieves keep 10 count my bills and the discount will pay the freight on my goods and put per cent, of their earnings, the better them in the shelves. THIRD My receipts now are $400.00 a month and at 12 jf per cent. I class of pickpockets 40 per cent., and make clear $50.00 a month and now II I can get my trade doubled and my cent, or even 60 per cent. receipts run fSoo 00 a month, you see I will clear at 8 per cent., $64,00 and some 50 per save my customers money and make $14.00 more myself. So you see I can The surplus of the profits Is Invested do what I propose. in the teaching of pupils, and emI will pay the Highest Prices for Produce at all times and want 10,000 ployed as the chiefs of the community ties by the first of July, lor which I will pay 21c and 25c, g. cash and deem necessary for the general balance in trade on delivery or 20c and 24c cash on delivery. TJEIESO- - LESOiaCTIINr, j3NKih 3!Li A fiasiness gdcieeciion Bryant ration Easiness OASTORIA. IMalHail Hit. Alwiyi Bglrt BOOK-KEEPIN- WorkingNlght And Day. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made Is Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every pill Is a sugar coated globule of health, that changes weakness Into strength, Into energy, brain-la- g Into mental power. They're wonderful In building up the health. Only 25 cts per box. Sold by J. H. Williams. for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men strouif, blood pure. Wc. II, All druggists. HILL TONIC 18 JU8TA8COOD TASTELESS A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdalc, Pennsylvania, rhad a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. annUJalr la a Ti axr.ss U aa fvUaout Kor-voB lh( low priowjTiartas UUad) for .rt u riTs tea of l firBvnloarumi (l ulmlMlrftii m Kad hr mAll br Mfufln ta OoKriBT, Mo. lSBprBe8irt.Nv tabvlmiwIU t mb Taboum Btava m 4 a btowb. t l)bm KonkHtMnM- -i !? Kuti l B-- -- 1 Will practice bis profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special atten-tio- n given to collections. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. M. L. HEAVRIN, J. S.R. Wedding, ATTORNEY AND (NOTARY PUllLIC) COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust to hla care. Offico Will practice his profession in all .t courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- HARTFORD,. . KENTUCKY. in Republican building. Attorney at Law. Braver Dam, Ky. Davidson, Ky., Perry Westerfield, r f NOTICE for the Benefit of the PI IB! fi Cyclone at Barrett's Ferry, ess WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. GiUiu, lias.. Wot. 18. 1W5. iirlaMdlcloaCo., f:titlemeni We sold lut year, era tmulas of (IRUVE'rl TASTELESS CHILI. TONIC and bir la all oar braifhtlbraa aroM already tfcuytar. builoeu. Bate la tha drug of It iTr told an article that (are icn unUtnal Us our FOR ADULTS. am A lu rlrkH cin. f rnl for uiu it lutn lhnor cl0 Burin o4mm UtaoMll. cara as rr it 4 bwbmt iuvm rtipi. . J. E. ln, J. To. LiiaS ACO. For sale by I I II. Williams. 1 wCs3 --- g Rod Hot From Tho Gun. Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead-maof Newark, Mich., In the Civil War. It caused horrible Ulcera that no treatment helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures duts, Bruises, Burns, Bolls, Felons. Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cute on earth. 25 cts a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. n, 1 13 COOn POPU-LAK SEND US wmmn SEND YOU 5 a AND WE WILL ON OALLON FINE Y EAR-OL- Attorney at .Law, IlAItTFOHI), Will practico bis profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to hid care. Oflico uith County Attorney. D COON HOLLOW WHISKEY YY ui Whiskey simon Memphis, NewOrleans SECOND AND MAIN STRCCT . BEST AND MOST ROl'TE TO 1 HaTII lvFlJl J 1sffcVUr Securely packed fn plain box. Absolutely pure. Quality guaranteed. n. jones co. LOUISVILLE, . KY Will practico bia profession in all the Courts ot Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settlement ot dccodenl's estates, road cases and criminal practice Office up t&ir next door toGrillln'sdrug store. JC&W, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, . 3P. NTflLl, AND ALL POINTS IN Limit Irrllnllon Is the forerunnerof 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 there. 25c at all good druggists, tf She had kissed the baby for the last time until she returned, and then kissed him again. She had carefully locked every door In the house, and all the windows). She had turned the gas to the exact point at which It was to be left until her return. She attended to the grate and warned J3rdget not to meddle with forfearof fire. She had explained to the maid the use of butglar alarm, the fire alarm and police whistle. She had put the cat and the dog in the cellar, wrapped a newspaper around the canary's cage. And then she was ready. She locked the luslde door and tried It. Then locked the outside door and tried it. Then she opened the outside door and tried the inside door again. Then she locked the outside dooragaln, tried it, and they started. They had proceeded two streets,and her husband had just begun to hi m sell that she really was ready, when she suddenly stopped. "John," she said, "I must go back and tell Bridget to be sure and not wake the baby up unless he wakes himself, BtarttU Arkansas, Mexico, Texas and PTTfL3 S7VltXTt3-ELmVOur W. C. Hickman Nelson County Sour Mash Whisky is absolutely one-hal- f well-bein- California. pure aud is good for all occasions. 5 Year Old pergallon G Year Old per gallon 8 Year Old per gallon 10 Year Old per gallon 14 Year Old per gallon 10 Year Old pergallon f2 00 2 MO 3 00 Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North aide of public square. given to col SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac making jno. bTwilson, 400 000 GOO QonsaliYourindsAND And come and price my goods before buying and I will show you that you can save money and get the Best Goods that you ever bought lor the money. I have the nicest line of Shoes and Hats that ever has been brought to Barrett's Ferry, and at prices that will make them fit neat and nice. Calicoes that will soon be out ol season must go at 3c a yard and values In everything that I carry, aolbs No. 7 sugar for $1.00. Aibuckle coflee at i:c. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuance of same, I am, yours always ready to please, aeh Other n- Gr. 33. TVLIJLsTHS. w cnr ..Linn and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speeauy nnu uo.wiij .,..,1 1- ,- th. no.. nf Sutherland's Eacle Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee oy an ruuu uib-gistFor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & tf Bro. .11... s. It. Mntlf) Hironir. morlo rtpitr. StVeS rCtUOVCd !- - .. 1 " These Prices Begin February 20, 1899, and continue balance of the year'. IJMKM jj v r-- r7 rr V rw The Smith Premier Typewriter I . ...uthe... o 00 nrKi a y Economical Writing Machine. A X X J 33fi3Ss3ki VsPr9PrEi. Constructed m scientific principles JtnJ ef simple pjrts. It ts tht moil dantlt mtchlntmtle. PtpitrHtts Art reduce J to tht minimum. Ills the DeslVtlueWriler. IlKZ&SflP Aik v Smith PrtmUr Typewriter Company, f) 412 Walnut at. , Cincinnati, O. 215 Sth St. LoulBVillo, Ky s5? l" M Cttibgu. 4 If a man cheats you, cease to deal with him; If he is abusive, quit his company; If he slanders you.takecare to live so that no body will believe him. No matter who he Is or how he misuses you, the wisest way Is to let him alone; for there is nothing better than this calm, cool and quiet wayol dealing with wrong we meet with Lies unheeded will die; fires unlanned w HI burn out. and quarrels neglected become as dull as the all but extinct volcano. Girls, don't hang around the depot, uuIcbs you are going away or meeting friends. Dou't go to chutch and take a back seat with your escort, and then whisper and giggle during the service Don't be loud, boisterous and slangy Stand on your dignity; don't fromac quickly; don't throw qualntances yourself Into the arms of every good Gas Lighted Vestibulcd Trains with Boxed it denircd free. Nochargoforjugs, Full line Imported and Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Freo California Wines. Solo agent Dr. Bouveuir Bucbn Gin, a cure for all KidReclining Chair Cars to Memphis and ney troubles; price 11.00 a quart. New Orleans. or nnQPNRAIIN RRn; Ueiaweih.LuulaWllc, llj. Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis-Writo for catalogue or when in tho City call to see us. ville every Thursday night, and runs through to California via New Orleans and the South Pacific Sunset Route. Double berth rate from Louisville to San Francisco only 80.50; propor-- ARC RUNNING A tionately low rates to iutcrraediato points. aiOMAr-rlNI.,aio- Attorney at av Hartpoiid, Ky. Will practico hla profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly'at Office with T. J. Smith tended to. & Co., Market Street. It E. LEE SIMMEBMAN, m l HENR7 FIELD & SOXT pns- - Tho Truo Wlntor Itouto to California, No Blizzards, Cold Weather Snow Dlookadoa. For particulars writo to J. R. Hoi-liTraveling Paseengcr Agcut for C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also ask him to send you a copy of the Souths, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining oouotios. Also Notary Public Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. H. WEDDING Hartfobd,. Ky. To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will moot nil songer trains at Boavor Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE - 0 1M WEBSTERlS (INTERNATIONAL Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, IHoa.D.J.Btcwcr it to til u tba ono great ttaod. "!!... Ui Yw Hw Atari BcijH ern Homo Seekers' Guide, which Is replete with Interesting information concerning tho Southern territory. It will be mailed toyouireo. On the first and third Tuesdays of each month Homo Seekers' tickets are sold to Southern aud Southwestern points at Special Low Rates, good to return within twentytouo days from date of sale. Liberal rtopover arrangement?. A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., CincAoo, Illinois. W. A. Kellond, A. O. P. A., Louisville, Ky. RIDE. o. 2:. 3Aasr3i"7, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a Col business entrusted to his care. lectious a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Publlo, HARTFORD, KY. They also keep a first- clilss Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, cornor Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attonded to, and all stock ontrusted toir care will have especial attention. Attorney at X,&7 Special attention given to all business eutrusted to his care. Office in Court House. Hartford, Ky. pISU? Ajfo OK. It exceli In tUocmo with which the cjo OuJi the word sought t In accuracy o( ilctuiltlont In itTnt. DICTIONARY lvointh(xlnof lnitlcatliu(ironuucUtloni In U'rw and comprehensive sutcracnU of facta and In practical uwui working dlctlonurr. cletmtn itK. etc., ami on ajifiiiratuti. , fie C Mertlun Co., rubik,, SprlagfleM, vim., u. s. A. f rop'rs. "" ., ij IU A Ptrftct Hair Dnulna and Rtttartr. If rour f orcbant doesn't handle, aend 1.00 to na ant or o.uo ana t six bottUf. 3 prepaid to any port rj. B. CAR-or Canada, VAN nRim nn.. LA CREOLE ' HAIR RESTORER "". VLFET-MANsri- nn Sole Proprietors, MEMPHIS. TNN. M tit-- 0 j (Jome arid eel 3BIV3a3C3ji3E!ft3E53ECS5S 7 Before contracting the building of your bouse, don't fail to Lave ui to raalso you estimate on the carpenter' wsrk or the job complete. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Estimates will be furnished on application. cations to Address all communi- BALDWIN & HUDSON, BEAVER DAM, KY. We do not believe In (parrying For another season. First them to a better advantage. oods Over Therefore we will We have three reasons for not wishing to do so. Wo need the room for our spring stock. Second Goods do not Improve with age. Third We can use the money invested in CLOSE OUT AT COST The following lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Winter Boots and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods. This is no catch. Wt mean business. Come, examine and see for youselves. S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. "Yes, We Have Arrived." We come In haste.notsomuch on ac count of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we had no r on behind. Now that wi are here let us remind you of the lac that THEO. E. RECHTIN SAtui Has on hand at the present time, the best assortment of lumbers that can be While we think of found anywhere it, let us give you a few pointers on He buys in large quantities and in that way can get the very lowest price. We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with you. We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Celling, Weatherboardlng, etc., THEO. E. RECHTIN. For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house pattern. Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor. 7th & Ingle, Evansville, Ind Agent for the lie, I Patent Plaaters. Bent! lor analogue. "5T? (SUST'ST 2ti3 THEO- 3Tiy3o..?ISV' EI. 3Ft3530IITIPr, A Business gdaeeciion la absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it Is of first importance to get your training at the school that stands In the very Iront rank, She Bryant & Si ration Sasinees College, LOUISVILLE, iiK.NTlM'KY. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in SHOKTUANU, nis line. Graduates oi this college preferred by bust' J TELEGRAPHY, ness houses. Write lor a beautiful book giving tts timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 United States It will be wailed to you FKEU. BOOK-KEEPIN- ) NOTICE for the Benefit of the PHRHftl Cyclone at Barrett.'s Ferry, Ky., 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 enlarged 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. When I first began I sold at 35 and 50 per cent, profit. I went on that way some time and reduced my profits to 15 and 25 per cent, and then reduced to 12 X per cent, and have gained sufficient trade bv each trans. action to make more money by the latter and now I propose to reduce my profits again to 8 per cent. This looks small and some will say that I can't do this nor won't do It, but I will show my bills and do what I say and will aiso explain wny 1 can ao it. FIRST Bear in mind that I get salary enough from the railroad corns pany as agent for them and from the postoffice to pay all my family expenses auu rent. SECOND By this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can dls count my bills and the discount will pay the freight on my goods and put them In the shelves. THIRD My receipts now are $400.00 a month and at ia per cent. I make clear $50.00 a month and now if I can get my trade doubled and my receipts run $800 00 a month, you see I will clear at 8 per cent., $64,00 and save my customers money and make $14.00 more myself. So you see I can do what I propose. I will pay the Highest Prices for Produce at all times and want 10,000 lies Dy me nrst 01 juiy, lor wnicn 1 win pay 21c and 25c, one half cash and naiance in trade on delivery or 20c and 24c cash on delivery. zi (JonsultYouryVLinds and And come and price my goods before buying and I will show you that you can save money anu get me uest uooos tnat you ever bought lor 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 and nice. Calicoes that will soon be out of season must go at 3c a yard and values In everything that I carry. 2oIts No. 7 sugar for $1.00. Arbuckle coflee at lie. Thanking you lor past iavors and soliciting a continuance of same, I am, yours always ready to please, aeh Other Gr. 33. JVLXTL.ZI1S. These Prices Begin February 20, 1899, and continue balance of the year. l The Smith Premier Typewriter i ...Is Iht.. JlW-2alo' Economical p Writing Machine. C. X djHlMHHlHSbl. HEa9HI3j ConstracteJ m scientific principles tnj simple purls. It It the mast durtlle nuuhlne rrujt. Ktpitr tills reJttceJ to the minimum. It Is the Best Vthe Writer. ft i i) 412 RB?" v Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. 215 5tli St. LouIbvMo, Ky I commend II to all u tbo onu great itaad-- I an! authority." INTERNATIONAL It exceu In tbo cumi with which the eye Sail, the word aouuht In accuracy of dcnjiltion I In cff DICTIONARY pronunciation! In tone and comprehemlvo atatem-n- U of fact, and In practical uu a, a working dictionary. CnjJtfni! f1iirL)Ali.i iis Ja . & C MttrUrfl Co, PuhlUacn, SprfmUcU. Mill , U. S, A. I "WEBSTER1S Hoa.DJ.Bf ewer, Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, y 1 Mrs. Martha Place was executed in Sing Sing Prison recently. She For Infanta and Ohlldron. was the first women to d(e In the elec,rn.if.liHjl'i' THJl..'lilln.(l.i.nl.iil tric chair in the State of New York, and she went to her death quietly. Death was instantaneous. Only two shocks were given. State Electrlcan Davis threw down the lever at exactAvtcclablcI'rcparationrorAa-sltpilalin- g can. ly 1 t.oi a. m. The voltage of the lbcToodondRc2ula-lin- g The Republican Is mailed regular current was 1,760, and It was continaiulDoweb of ihc S ta ly to its subscribers until a definite I ued for four seconds. It was then order to discontinue it Is received and gradually diminished to 200 voltage, all arrears are paid In full. Tub ReFor Infants arid Children. publican is $1 per year If paid In adwhich was continued for fifty-si- x secvance, but It not paid In advance will The Kind You Have Always Bought onds. Dr. Irvine, the physician of Plroinotea'Digcslion.ChcMrul-ncs- s be $1.25 per year. neither and the prison, examined the woman and Bears tha . Opnim.MorphlnC norMu- -u Bignatoro of then ordered a second shock. That was the same as the first in power, SCHOOL. At his home ten miles from Bowling continued and for the aama length of a-The second Thoro Is Such nn Institution In Green, Ky., Mr. John M. Yonng time. administered shock has always at Sing Sing. celebrated his one hundred and sixth been jlUJnna Japan It Has Long birthday on Saturday, March 18th. tut JM Flourlshod. Mr Young is an Irishman, and came Bun tiut j IK Kla. Yw Hiw Ahnr, to America in the early forties. He There are two classes of children In settled near Goshen, Warren county, Alt and has lived there ever since. He is Tokyo who become professional begApcrfecincmcdy gars, viz., those small unfortunates very feeble. He cast his first vote for Vorn.Convulsions.Fcvcrisli-ncs- s who have tun away from home In or James K. Polk for President. ondLoss Sleep. der to escape barbarous treatment Educate Tour lloweli with Catearrtt. parents, whose nomadic Candy Cathartic, car onsllpatloa (ore-e- r. from inhuman TacSiniile Signature of 10c. 30c. 1IC.CG fall, druiRlita refund money. instincts Induce them to get rid of The Atlanta Constitution said in a their too numerous offspring, and thus NEW "YORK. avoid the trouble of dragging them recent Issue that the New York dally HI iJVi B ivtiiiJ 11 uMffeaHUBKlBrr.t-nE- i around from one village to another. papeis, with one exception, used Mr. These latter confide their children Thos. E. Watson's Story of France to old professional beggars, who soon merely as a means lor showing their txACT co r orvmAPPca. teach the young outcast to earn his personal animus, and made no pre tence to review the work. The "one own livelihood. Some of these chiefs of the mendls exception" was the New York World. cant procession enjoy a wide reputaIt is interesting and instructive to tion, and have scores of beggars and note that the great papers in the thieves incmbryounder their tutelage. Western , Southern, and Middle States, There even exists In Tokyo a well have treated Mr. Watson's work on perfection of laundry work when known house, Kodomo no Souryoya, without rcterence to his attitude in your shirt is laundered by us, just as our laundry stands alone for excellence which is a tegular agency for the let- American politics. of work turned out. Your linen isn't ting out of children. Dttl ToaaK Salt aid Smelt Tair lift Awij, injured here from chemicals or. imBeircara of do or 50 years or age To quit tobacco eaaily and foroi-- r, ba mar proper handling. Only skilled assistants are employed, and you can't beat (nearly always thieves horsde combat, netlc. lull of lit, nerra and Tljor, lata the wonder worker, that make weak man and crippled In some way or other) atronr. All drurflata, too or II. Curaguaran-teed- . it for beauty of color and perfection of polish. call upon this firm every day and hire Starllnr Booklet and lamplo Ira. Addrea liamedy Co., Cblcaco or Nlw York; Cteva Her, agent Richmond Stean Uundrj or five years old, in a child of four Fought In tho Pon. whose company they prey upon the charity of the public. The price per It is reported that Rev. Gregory day for a child if lrom 3 to 10 ten (3 to Doyle and Prof. McClnre, who were 10 cents), and as the object of the child is to Inspire pity, weak and ail convicted of the crime of causing the death of Lydla Bratcher, in Hart couning children fetch the highest prices. years upward the children ty, and sent to the penitentiary at From Bddyvllle, are not getting along very do their begging by themselves. At the ape of id or is. under the pretext smoothly. They fought In the pen Thursday, during which Doyle, of gathering waste paper and other last the preacher, was getting the better of rubbish, they prowl around tne court yards of the houses and commence to McClure, when they were separated. It will be remembered that Doyle rethieve. Their usual weapon Is a long stick, quested, before they were sent from Muniordvllle, to be separated from tti- -. end of which is steeped In glue, and with which they are very adroit McClure, that he was alraid of him. Glasgow Republican. In removing trifles from open win A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania, dows. rhad a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very art of Baantaa Kind Ym Hrti Jwm BBM IlM At ifi thev are taught the olckln? Dockets with skill and dls obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons patch, and from being beggars rise to Ripans Tabulcs, was greatly benefited, and now only uses the rank of botahajiki (pickpockets) or WorklngNlght And Day. them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending (thieves). kopparali There Is no real diUerence Deiween The busiest and mightiest little Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the thief and the beggar. The child thing that ever was made is Dr. the house for future use. Am forty years old. beggar, becomes in commences as a King's New Life Pills. Every pill Is due course athiefand takes to begging a sugar coated globule A aw 1 paekrt aonutmlnr Tt- - air M Tilcx-- a U a of health, that rtt fvlth-- at rUa) U fer Uom J mm 4 a roa nrinm Til low tor when old age overtakes changes for th poor &4 um once more 1SJU8TA8COOD FOB ADULTS. .ft u dm oartooo nta weakness Into strength, of tbo ) roa bo ka4 hy moil tr oro'lfi,, at cooto to too Rjrin Cfcraaoa RorojWARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. him. aoo tau ) at Uo.o- - rtotoa a Into energy, hrain-fa- g into It IS.. Not. K. 1WJ. T)aW lessonsnre given tothe young mental power. They're wonderful In I lia Madlcloa Co., bt.I4Lonl. Ma. not bottJaa ot Wo lu t Tear, thieves bv the chiefs of each band, and building up the health. TONIC and hT" TA8TKLKSS Only 25 cts h want lb rM aroaa alreadyCHILI,year, laalloarex. Uila buitn- -, the apprenticeship lasts as long as per box. Sold by J. H. Williams. ot Iiiikcc old anIt jaara. la tba droa tuilTarial aula-:itch arllola that t6S J i I from 12 to 19. The whole thing nas m a. your Tonic VrnjigtocAM AND WB WILL tM tor Fifty Centa. been reduced to a regular system, Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak For sale by J. II. Williams. pocket picking and burglary are care. men strong, blood Dure, toe, f 1. All druggists. fully taught in every detail. 1 1 Rod Hot From Tho Gun. ON a OALLON FINE One soeclallst spent a year in uernn 1 In order to acquire perfection in the Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead-maart of subtilizing a purse, bince mis of Newark, Mich., In the Civil Securely packed fn plain box. BEST AND MOST POPU-LAireatleman has returned to Tokyo his War. Absolutely pure. Quality guaranteed. It caused horrible Ulcers that very successful, and ROUTE TO class has been no treatment helped for 20 years. has a hundred Intelligent pupilsat the Then Buclclen's Arnica Salve cured present moment. him. Cures (Juts, Bruises, Burns, LOUISVILLE, KV SECOND AND MAIN STREETS. colony is regu The whole thieves' Boils, Felons. Corns, Skin Eruptions. lated by a code of laws, and these are Best Pile cure on earth. 25 cts a box. . administered with the utmost stern AND ALL POINTS IN Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. H. Wilness. The youngest tnievei eep 10 liams, Druggist. Our W. C. Uickman Nelson County Sour Mash Whisky is absolutely Arkansas-Mexico- , per cent of their earnings, the better pure and is good for all occasions. , 5 Year Old per gallon Luue Irritation $2 00 class of pickpockets 40 per cent., and 6 Year Old per gallon 2 50 some 50 per cent, or even 60 per cent. Is the forerunnerof consumption. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure It, 8 Year Old per gallon 3 00 The surplus of the profits Is invested and give such strength to the lungs 10 Year Old per gallon 400 in the teaching of pupils, and em- that a COtlch nr n n1ri rolll tint- i.ttl COO 14 Year Old per gallon ployed as the chiefs of the community there. 25c at all good druggists, tf 19 Year Old per gallon GOO , deem necessary lor the general Gas Lighted Vestibuled Trains with She had kissed the baby for the No charge for jugs. Boxed it desired free. Full line Imported and last time until she returned, and then Caie Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free California Wines. Sole agent Dr. Bouvenir Buchn Gin, a cure for all Kidm . Mnde Htrouar. kissed him again. She had carefully Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and ney troubles; price 11.00 a quart. dim vision made clear, styes removed locked every door In the house, and New Orleans. ROSENBAUN BROS., eyes ol and granulated lids or sore all the window. She had turned the Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louisfor cataloguo or when in the City call to see us. any kind speedily ana euec.uuny gas to the exact point at which It was ville every Thursday night, and runs cured by the use ol sutucnana-- uagic through to California via NewOrleans TT... ci,. Tt'n nut tin In tubes, and to be left until her return. She attendcnlt nn a arnnrantrf- - 1)V all crood drug ed to the grate and warned. Bridget and the South Pacifio Sunset Route. gists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & not to meddle with forfearof fire. She Double berth rate from Louisville to Bro. " had explained to the maid the use of San Francisco only 80. CO; proporm m ARE RUNNINO A , you, cease to deal burglar alarm, the fire alarm and po- tionately low rates to iutermeaiata Ifa man cheat-points, with him; if he is abusive, quit his lice whistle. She had put the cat and Tho Truo Wintor Routo to company; if he slanders you,takecare the dog in the cellar, wrapped a newsCalifornia, No Blizzards, to live so that no body will believe paper around the canary's cage. And Cold Woather Snow Is or how he then she was ready. him. No matter who he pasBlockades. She locked the Inside door and tried misuses vou. the wisest way is to let to J, R. Hol-liFor particulars write him alone; for there Is nothing better it. Then locked the outside door and Traveling Paseenger Agent for than this calm, cool and quiet wayof tried it. Then she opened the outs C. R. R , Louisville, Ky, Also ask NICE VEHICLE AJMD GOOD HOUSES dealing with wrong we meet with side door and tried the Inside deor him to send you a copy of tho Southunfanned again. Then she locked the outside ern Home Seekers' Guide.which is reLies unheeded will die; fires GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. information w ill burn out, and quarrels neglected dooragain, tried it, and they started. plete with interesting concerning the Southern territory. It They had proceeded two become as dull as the all but extinct will be mailed to you free. her husband had just begun to cofirst- volcano. On the first and third Tuesdays of nsulate hlmsell that she really was each month Home Seekers' tickets are Girls, don't hang around the depot. ready, when she suddenly stopped. bold to Southern and Southwestern unless you are going away or meeting "John," she said, "I must go back points at Special Low Rates, good to friends. Don't go to chuich and take and tell Bridget to be sure and not return wlthia tventvouo days from a back seat with your escort, and then wake the baby up unless he wakes date of sale. Liberal stop-ovarwhisper and giggle during the himself, rangements. Don't be loud, boisterous and slangy A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., Stand on your dignity; don't from ac T !. Yw Hinlhrw BH Chioacio, IllinoI?. qualntances quickly; don't throw -W. A. Kellond. A. 0. P. A., Into the arms of every good yourself Louisville, Ky. looking, well dressed stmuget who comes to town. Be womenly, be modest, be thoughtful and serious at FRIDAY, MARCH 31. all times, don't uusex yourselves and thus lose woman's sweetest charm. The teal name of the writer should Don't regard long legged, awkward accompany each communication, to brother as a nuisance; don't turn up lnsuicjmDUcfliMn Remittances may be made by Post- - your nose at your old fashioned father and his grammar, and about all don't Office Money Order. Registered Letplay "a hot time" on the piano, when ter, Bank Check or Draft. Correspondence intended for publN your good old mother Is having "a cation or on bnslness connected with hot time" at the wathtub. It Is too the office, to insure prompt attention, suggestive. shonld be addressed to Tan Republi- Hartford Republican. WOMAN EXECUTED. WonttoThe Chair Qulotly And Dlod Instantaneously fe- Lull - CAST0R1A CASTOR A iiii s Itoniothd tor I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ptit Hrer, and cure headache, Jaundice, biliousness, ilck nausea, Indlgcsf tlon.rtc They are ln to prevent a cold or break up a valuablo (ever. Mild, gentle, certain, tiicy are worthy your ronfldenrc. Purely Tegctable, they can be takrn by children or delicate women. Price, 25& at all medicine dealers or by mall ot O. I. Hood A (kk, Lowell, Mas. fn ... -- OlLLS I tu u.ooa.krW p.ria. to. Mo, lovrfSTI 1 1 IVi'.-.lo- r loot mohood.rgAlipe9bo,M .a .iroaaI I ""!. too Ha la a.oltb, Btrotf- -rl -- M- MMIMtH ItUj g Uoo, - HroitowHk too --rk.U.r yoa oootlooo 1 - .mo.v,., m im w -iovo. ,00 o.tr. lor Moo.ro, wuo. ; .!w.laloo-r- " r- - fm ' n 3IS5& THIEVES' kotNakcotic. eorja-svtmwiM- AW --HILU T O O Oil! 11 4r-- td mivs.HwiCi.t your -- tt. I t r, CUttn BmItm- -, r Tka II with lbolM.UM. Mf4 men;, -. !- ttrmtrtrimX DON'T GUT .tno Vh If. OAIBTOIIIA. The Sura ant aaf.. No pain, no ro4oa, anil iho Onrn aooa that a a itr.ni point. ISC. druatl.t. or by mall. OIANT CHEMICAL CO I1t oaai.rau. In.taaa. noocharrr St., rfclla. ffl Kind of You Have COMDwItk ntttabl li.'lrtrdi-- o roan thoolani eaooa ranr.t noprtra tn tia layi alleaot Tottlmonlat. and TZ.l PATS trt atment fro. DI.B.B. CUtU'S SOIS.boi K.AtlanU.Oa. I..' ' I Always Bought. ATTORNEY- - AT &. OrP. 3ER.OTD3T, -- I -- I IPIre W$l ftia'mipmwih CA STOMA rOKOnt 11.1.1:, UENTrtltT. Will practico his profestion in all tho courts of Ohio ntiil adjoiDiDg countlco ud Court o( Appels. epccisl nU tentiou given to collections. Office next door to Post Oflice. -- LA IK t J. EDWIN BOWK. 1 Rowe& Felix, l. 1'itm. It Stands Alone 43 kj HARTFORD. KY. 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. i 1 SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at aw, QVES HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession In all the Ohio and adjoining counties couttaol and Court of Appeals. Special atten. tion glvea to all assignments in bank 4 aT niptcy. Will practice bis protession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special atten. tion given to collections. attorney at Law KY. HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVRIN, J. S.R. Wedding, (NOTARY JOllLIC) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 0VTOXI.. TASTELESE3 CHILL T NIC aat-iT(itoil-mea: -- HARTFORD,- - . KENTUCKY. Will practice his profession in all tcourtaol Ohio and adjoining counties and the Cpurtof Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust to his care. Office in Republican building. Attorney at Law. Bbavkb Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, -- lat-- r4i -r -- -- lotol-o- forlT-4- f eAaT,Ko.iaapratrat,MTo-kro-ieolocoHo-i(TjiToVLa-)fllboMfooarooo- -t J. E. Wfc---- " !. SEND US ir esj?. SEND YOU "950 Attorney at .Law, ilAIITFORD, Davidson, KY., Will practice bis proferaion in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. torney. Office with County At- . n, uun R Hfiil lWT' HUliVW COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Memphis, NewOrleans Whiskey simon njones co. PTJE "WE3:i33.-r- Will nrar.tlrA Ilia nrnfroalnn tn all the Courts oi Kentucky. Special at- leouou given 10 collections, settlement 01 uecotlcDt's estates, roail ciivj and criminal nractico. Offirmin tair uezt door to Griffin 'sdrug store. Attorney at HARTFORD, DE3. rP. IST33L3, JC-W. KY. ij l Attorney at law HARTFORD, also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, col making Ac JNO. B. WILSON, KY. well-bein- g. am Texas and California. in ittiVXffSki.SlSr,. Se s HEITRT FIELD SON Will practice bis profestion in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and prontptly'at-tende- d to. Office with T. .1. flmlth & Co., Market Btrcet, Attorney at Iavy Hartfobd, Ky. R. E. LEE DIMMER MAN, ni3fii To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all s, senger trains at Beaver Dam. Ky. Will nractica falai nrnfAaatnn tn all the courts of Ohio and adjoining oountiea. Also Notary Public umco, in commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING 8tre-.ts.a- ' e rc&vmm - OAHVonija,, si clfiss Livery and They also keep a Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted toir care will have especial attention. HARTFORD, KY. Will nractica hia nrnfomlnn in nil (Vm courta of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his cure. Cnl. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio uounty nan. Also Notary l'ublic. BJI3TEr?r Attorney at Law, O. )C. flZlV Hb SOK, rop'rs, A I XT BVw- f I HAilTr'OllD, Ky. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Court Attorney atX&vtf ", Ufl House. HAIR U CREOLE b!. RESTORER Ptrfaei Nairn A J(Ijm. ITorKvT2TKYlTfE7a07YBH ikii3-iwr,iiijwriiiiiBi.Afflfrai your Merchant doesn't handle, vend l.OO to u and . j.i tr 4ht l - hit til a 'rtm III tmf BU wovw nr1 HV VI UUVUVVl 0BAB0M8 PREPAID to any part U. !. or Oanada. 8, --- A4! VAN Sale Proprietors, flRIIC en.. MEMPHIS. TENN." . ifVu . , 4 m4-- " 4j - 5i f- - r .. J'.nt- - - inny- - ft "iT'-tfliMfc-- ffir mi 'ii-ffl-