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Commercial' and Louisville , and the and the Toledo (O ) Dlade, and Louisville Dispatch, and the Globe Democrat, Courier-Journal- I year, ft. aj, t year, $1 25 1 yenr, i 35 I year fi 50 i yeat,f 1.35. The HiETEOBD Republican. OFFICIAL QRSAN OF THE PART? The Republican is the best Advertising medium In this partof the country. Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customors Guaranteed. Fine Job Work Done on Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. II THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISIEICI, Subscription $1 r. XI. INDIAN LEGEND Explaining the Roaaon Why Thoy Paint Tholr Facos. The quest HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1899. tenant and Acting Governor of the Commonwealth, do hereby designate and fix Wednesday, May 3, 1899, as the day fixed upon which the ceremony of dedication shall be perform ed. "Kentuckians wilt remember that this monument is not erected as a trophy of victory, but as an evidence ol the affectionate and grateful remembrance of all tiue Kentuckians and of their desire to perpetuate to coming generations the heroic deeds of her gallant sons who fell upon this historic field. And it is hoped that as many of thr loyal sons and daughters of Kentucky as possible may manifest their devotion to these fallen heroes by being present on the occ.ision, to the end that it may become become a day noted in the annals ol Kentucky as showing the devotion ot her people to the defenders of this goodly iand which a beneficient Creator has be stowed upon them, remembering that those who forget the honor of their defenders will soon have none to hon- -' or. "A cordial invitation and request is heteby tendered to the citizens of the Commonwealth, without regard to race, creed or previous conditions to be present on this occasion and a special request fs made to all secret orders of the State to be present, organized and uniformed, to the end that a united gratitude of a grateful people may ascend to a merciful God and blot out the record of a maddened and fratricidal war, and that every germ of hatred may be eradiated Irom our hearts as well as our hands. W. J. WORTHINGTON, Lieutenant and Acting Governor, State ol Kentucky, Executive Department, Frankfort, March 17, J899." months she coughed incessantly, and DIED FROM COLD. could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing It is More LoatlngThan Acad- of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis- Hnrdln County Man a Victim of tho Klondyko Hardships emic Training Booauso it covery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose that Effort. Calls forMoro West Point, Ky March 31 The she slept all night; and with two hordes, has been absolutely cured. Her sad news of turfdeath of Myron B. Edward Bok answers a girl corresname is Mrs. Luther Lutz ' Thus Skinner has just reached herefrom pondent who inquires "How can one writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shel- Skaguay, Alaska, where he died en learn other than at college and still by N. C. Trial bottles free at J. H. route home fiotu the Klondyke. Mr. realize the highest living?" In the Williams' Drug Store. Fegular size Skinner left hete just one year ago April Ladles' Home Journal. "The and $1.00. Every bottle guaran for the Klondyke to search for the inestimable value of mentat training," 50c hidden treasure in the far Notthwest teed. he says, undeniable for girl or boy, and located at Eagle City, Alaska, man or women. But mental training All ol the weeping and walling and about 100 miles below Dawson City, is not alone to be had at the college gnashing of teeth by the faithful over when he purchased twenty acres ol or university. It can be had more the lo!fb!3 and disasters which the mining land and began operations. systematically there, perhaps, but Dingley bill was to bring to our foreign Success was just crowning his eflorts not more effectively than anywhere commerce proved to be only an idle when he concluded to make a visit else if the desire to learn and study is waste of words and useless briny tears. home. The cold weather caused him present in the heart. There is a misCarml (111.) "Times." many hardships during his overland taken idea present with many that we trip over the trail from Eagle City to Tbe amount is noted Eaxle, Ulna; ol All Blrs, go to college to get a certain for its keen sight, clear and TagUh, and told heavily on his enerof Information or a number of facts distinct vision. So ate those persons gies and health. While coming up in our heads. The legitimate use of who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve tbe Yukon river he met with some acfor weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any all colleges is mental discipline: In kind or granulated lids. Sold by all cident, getting wet, the temperature other words, the training of our facul dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. being far below zero, and he had his ties so that they will be of use to us Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf arms, hand, legs and feet frozen. He as tools. The school, the college or m fell In with the police who bronght Woman's Ways. the university Is simply the begin him to Skaguay on the 10th inst., gives us nlng of our learning. It where he died from his injuries the A domestic wife Is a blessing, but same day. not learning, but trains us how to learn in after years. For the life of not If she is too domestic. Mr. Skinner was a noble Christian When a woman says no she wants gentleman, beloved by all who knew a woman, like that of a man, begins you to Insist on her to say yes. after college has been left behind. mm. A wile is willing to be obedient, "Now mental discipline may be Coaajbed S3 Year. just as easy acquired at home as at ' but she hates to be considered a slave. I suffered for 2c. vesrswith a couch. college, provided a girl so wills. I A man will respect a woman if and spent hundreds ot dollars with What developed the hundreds of thou he sees that she reshects herself. doctors and for medicine to no avail sands of women who never went to I With a woman, her soul should al- -' until I used Dr. Bell's womways be at least as (well clad as her ey. This remedy makes weak lungs college, and yet who are strong. It has saved my life. J. B. en of the very finest minds? Not one body. Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by If a married woman commences Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. in five thousands girls in this countf to college. as a slave she will never regain her try can or will ever go News Glorious That is possible only for the smallest freedom Even when a woman is in love she minority. Vet the majority will not Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of fail of the 'highest living' because the nevsr forgets to see that her hat is on Washita. I. T. He writes: "Four bots opportunity of an academic training straight. ties of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs A great many women transfer to was withheld from them. Self.de Brewer ot scrolula, which had caused velopment is far more lasting than their baby the love they once had for her great suffering tor years. Terrimental training, because it calls for their husbands. ble sores would break out on her head A woman should not be afraid to greater effort, and efTorts, well direct and face, and the best doctors could ed, are of themselves the greatest die. Why, just think! It relieves her give no help; but her cure is commeans of 'development we have. ot the marriage tie. plete and her health is excellent." A woman who is a good cook can What we find out ourselves we re This shows what thousands have d member better and longer than what always retain the respect of her proved.-th- at Eclectric Bitters is the if not his love. is taught or told us." best blood purifier known. It's the A woman should not be chary remedy for eczema, tetter, with her kisses and caresses, even to supreme The Kidney Complexion. bolls and. running. her husband. We get tired ot canvas-bac- k salt rheum, ulcers, The pale, sallow, snnkencheeks, 8ores.It stimulates liver, kidneys ducfclXwe get it every day. Exg distressed-lookinpeople yoa 'so of- change. and bowels, expels poisons, helps with "Kidney digestion builds up the strength. ten meet are afflicted 1. Tho Appotltoof a coat Complexion." Only 50 cents. Sold by T. H. Druggist. Guaranteed. Their kidneys are turning to a parIs envied by all poor dyspeptics snip color. So is their complexion. Beaatr I Moo Deep, They may also have indigestion, or whose Stomach and Liver are out of Clean blood means a clesn skin. No order. AH such should know that beauty without it. Caacartts, Candy Cathsr-tisleeplessness, rheuma suffer from and keep it clean, by clean your tlsm, neuralgia, brain trouble, ner- Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won- stirring up the bloodliver and driving all inv Iszy vous exhaustion and sometimes tke derful Stomach and Liver Remedy, puritie from tbe body. Begin today to boils, blotches, blackheads, gives a splended appetite, sound dl b.niih pimples, bilious complexion by tsking heart act badly. and that sickly for ten cents. All drug, The cause is weak, unhealthy kid- gestion and a regular bodily habit Csicsrets, beautygusranteed, l0c,23c,S0c. that Insures perfect health and great gists, sstiifactlon neys, Usually the sufierer from kidney energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug A Dozen Don'ts, diseases does not find out what the Store. A recent issue of trsined mother trouble is until it is almost too late, SEVERAL because the first symptoms are so WANTED persons in this state to hood publishes the following: it will make 1. Don't tease babies like mild sickness that they do not manage our business in their own and think they need a medicine or a doc- nearby counties. It Is mainly office them cross. Salary 2. Don't rock babies It injures tor until they find themselves sick in work conducted at home. straight $900 a year and expenses-defi- nite, tbe brain. bed. bonafide, nor wore, no leaf will salary. Monthly $75. References. 3. Don't trot babies it disturbs the Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Robuild up strengthen their weak and Enclose stamped enve- whole system. lope. Herbert E. Hess, Pros,, Dept., 4. Don't romp with babies it ex diseased kidneys, purify their diseascites the brain too much, d blood, clear their U, Chicago. ed, 5. Don't put too many clothes on complexion and soon they will enjoy Boat Tesuc Sttt 4 ga.k. I.ir lift Iw.j, babies in hot weather It will cause better health. To qolt tobacco easily and forever, be full of life, nerv. and vigor, take prickly heat. Vou can get regular sizes at the th that mak.s wesk m.a 6. Don't let babies be fed Iruits, strong-dolAll drug fists, Mo or II. Curerusraa-teM- . drug store, at fifty cents and one Booklet snd sample frue. Address lar, or you may first prove for your- Sterling Btmsdy Co., Chlcsgo or Msw York, cakes and candles it will cause bow el trouble. self the wonderful virture of this great Ho Pooled The Surgeon 7. Don't let too many strangers discovery, Swamp Root, by sending handle babies it will spoil their disyour address to Dr, Kilmer & Co., All doctors told Renlck Hamilton, position. Blnghamption, N. Y,, for a itample 8. Don't wake babies up to show bottle and a book that tells all abiut of West Jefferson, O., after suffering It, both sent to you absolutely free by 18 months from Rtctal Fistula, he them they need all the sleep they mall. When writing kindly mention would die unless a costly operation can get. that you read this liberal oiler in the was performed; but he cured himself 9. Don't forget to give cool water with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica often it is the only thing to quench Hartford Republican. Salve, the aurest Pile cure on Earth, thirst and ward off fever. 10. Don't dress babies stylishly CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT and tbe best Salve In the World. 25 Take Laxative Bromo QnlnineTab. cents a box. Sold by J II. Williams, it is cruel to adorn a rose. I as. All druggists refund money if Druggists. 11. Don't put long clothes on any it fails to cure 35c The genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet. tf SELF-EDUCATIO- No. 37. baby the weight has killed dozens of babies. Twenty-eigh- t inches is long enough for comfort. 12. Don't have any babies if you can't give them the best of care in every way and give it yourself; not leave it tor servants to see to. ntrona;, dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes ot any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee bv ail good drug gists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf T Cur. Com II pat low rorevr. Tak.OuursU Candy Catharlla Wo or Me. If C. C. C. fall to ear, dragglau refund moeay. ..1 i o N. FLIRTATION IS CRUEL And Invariably Disastrous to Thoso who Engago In It. "To the credit of the sex be it said that there Is only a small proportion ol male flirts, when we except the word fliit in its general accepted meaning," writes Frances Evans, in her "About Men" article, In the April Ladies' Home Journal. The pleaant nothings ot social lire cannot, correctly speaking, be placed in the same category aa flirtation. No more can the salutation, of Mfk'e to Katie when he says, 'The top o' the moroin toyez, me angelt darlfn; ye're cream o' the milkln', the top note o' the lark,' simply because these expresv sions contradict themselves by their openness. Plainly, there is nothing be hind them. Flirtation is carried on more by manner than by speech, manner being some-- , thing one cannot place one's finger on. There is nothing so flattering as an unspoken preference for one's socN ety shown in various ways. This art of flattery is the natural weapon of the fliit, who rately expresses himself openly; therefore, his methods are most insidious and almost impossible to resist, because Intangible. Flirta tion is cruel, whether the flirt be man or woman. The fliit is unkind, selfish and frequently dishonorable The consequences of flirtation are al most without exception disastrous; therefore, in considering the moral phases of the flirtations Inclination it would seem best to nip It'ln the bud according to the suggestions of the Golden Rule." An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects ot tlio well known remedy, Smut op Tin matiufiicturcd by the CALlroxxtA Km Kvhup Co.. Illustrate tlio value ot obtaining tlio llqnlcfldtfip tlvo principles i( plnntu knouu tu be medicinally laxative and presenting them In the form moat refreshing to the taite and acceptable to the ayatem. It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the ayatem effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers Kently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per mane'ntly. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and Its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing flgs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to tho CAt.iroRMia. I'm Stbup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. AM THAHCleCO. CAL. jrarw toxx, x. t. Louramxs. sr. lor sale by all Drairltfal'rlc JOc. per bottle. BURNED and CHEWED $600,000,000. Tail's vrhain coil Amtrlca kit rttri la keep all? a dltsssa that It mishw J strong man weak, and weak mia dead. : Figures appalling T Yes, but tb Baan j cUl lots don't cessans wit tat lets j of vital power. The ever present man ( with rttllHS tret, twitching mouth, ( moving lest and tobacco tainted skin J ttllilht ttory. Don't you think It's!1 tins to quitquit quick! quit naturally 17 using NO-TO-BA- iSafci C. mutates tobacco wins, la liw days all dltlre It gone, jour as- - i petite it Better, your wood it punned, your nervet grow strong. II It truly J a Ana men, you run no un- risk, lor von can buy der your Own DRUGGIST'S GUW.lr.TEE. i - Our written KuarmntT. frco and booklet called "IXin'tC Tonscro Spit and Brnoko Your Ufol Away' mallM for tho nuklnff. Ad- - ( Ohlraio, Montreal. Oin , Nnw York. TO t . --m Tvery drurclst is authorized toaolt under abwlute Kuomntco to cure 0 cry former tobacco u.lnjr. sample ot ICrADCTB"' catbartle 10a ifAOwAKb I Ooon.up.uoo. onlycure V V ma .. HEADACHE using; CASCAKET3 sod tier are th. best medicine w uao ever bad In the bouse. Last week my wife viss frontlo with headache for twodivs. sho tried .onicof jourCAbCAHETS, and thev relloved the natn In her hrad almost ' Immediately. WotnthrcconinendCucareta. Ouas. bTXiixruHU, Flllaburc Sate X Deposit Co., I'ltuburr, Pa. Bath mr wire amtjniMirbaYabe.il MrHkw J CATHARTIC candy vaaoi mask tmmo f Ti. FI.Mtal. ral.util., Fount. Tatt. flood. Do Ood, K.j.rSlcnn, W. it.n, or Gripe. 10c, XW, Sue. Stott ... OURI SW, tmmmt, constipation. ... HI f, Natoll, m-- W.TA.Bin aoiasnroirntdlr slieric iliu t cVl JSl TkaM Uaklk aTIfla!E9aflu3aSaKl DBS.Ki&Ki Thn Leading Specialists of America ,20 YEARS 250,000 1H OHIO. CURED, WE CURE EMISSIONS W fllnf 01 ailcuiautBHDoiiniinvKa7Di(ionu. iroiuc0 weaknetf, tier too id e ft Notlilnr etin L. lunra demoralllto to yoBDfor iDiJdl.toil men than tat rr.- n((hl1v Inaiui.' nAa nt IhaitA man for buiincM, manieJ The unfit Ko matter Ufa ani social happlncif. wbethar eaunoa by otII hablti In youth, natural weaknci or aaiual aueisei, oar will poiItlTely Naw Met ho4 lrUant fuirarnu. NO CURE NO PAY will cure you. You run no rlik. lat.r etceiui ta.y bsv. we.kenKl yon. you. You Kipoiart ni.T have OurN.wM.thod ar. not raf till .ortJ.dla.l You ar. r.i& re.bl. and haggard! nervoul, trrltabl. and x- ciianie. A04 Dwmi iori.uui, moroio, deipondenti blotcht. and plmpl... and unketl ejtt, nrlnklt face, itooplnc form and ilownc.it eounUnane. r.je.l tho llljlit ot your estit.nce. 250,000 x.ttnr aian CURED Q No msttor hoiv icrloni your est. nay had II, ear he, or how lnn you MirritOD Tueatmunt will cur. It. Uh "wormy v.ln." return to normal condition and b.nc. tht their l.suai Th. orsans b.coin vttaliiM, allt. oriuii rMciv. proper nounin-rnen- WECUREVRICOCELE i:r Prhl. iu CURES GUARANTEED Kl'l lirrfUHU. YAllVcOOKLB. i? 17. traat m.i.br, tu and ear. HYFIULIH.I to call. writ. I If MODKRATK. for a QIII8T0K ULANK for XlOMU I mndli....OlNHUI,TAT6N vii liiKjhn.yni.tt. liiauuk nM. KKAfilKNT. ruinn 8K Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. raBErai-daKdjin X3R. on as to why Indiana has lone; puizled people who are interest ed in the habits and traits of the bo The other night the ques-- . , riftiness. tlon came at the Art club. Mr. Fainy said that he had never heard but one legend bearing on the point. "I was sitting at a camp fire," said he, "in a village of Jacarilla Apaches one night listening to the stories and legends that were being told, when I pro pounded the old question again, hard, ly expecting even the usual expression ol ignorance that hides bo many of the thoughts ot the Indians. "To my surprise, however, I received the answer that I least expected. An old fellow, who had sat all the evening listening to the stories without chsnging his attitude, grant ed and straightened up as he heard the question. Proceeding with all due solemnity, he told the following legend: "Long ago, when men were weak and animals were big and strong, a chief ot the red men who lived in these mountains went out to get a deer, for his people were hungry. "After walking all day he saw a deer and at it, bnt the arrow was turned aside and wounded a mountain lion which was also after the deer. When the Hon felt the sting ot the arrow he jumped up and bounded alter the man, who ran for life. "He was almost exhausted, and, when he felt his strength giving way, he fell to the ground, calling on the big bear, who, you know, is thei grandfather ol men, to save him. Tb Best Prettrlplloa Chill. "The big bear heard the call, and and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s saw that to save the man he had to Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure; act quickly, so he scratched his loot then why experiment with Torthless and sprinkled his blood over the man. Imitations? Price, 50c "Now, you know, no animal will eat ol taste his blood. So when the Coal Production In tho United lion reached the man he smelted the States. blocd and turned away, but as he did ao his foot scraped the face of the The announced that the increase in man, leaving the marks of his claws exportation of coal In the United on the blood smeared lace. States is causing uneasiness among "When the man lound that he was British coal producers and exporters uninjured he was so thanktul that he lends Interest to some figures on the left the blood to dry on his lace and coal production of the world, and esnever washed it at all, but left it unpecially of the United States, just istil It peeled off. sued by the Treasury Bureau of Sta"Where the claws ot the Hon scraptistics. From these it appears that ed It oQ there were msrks that turned the coal production of the United brown in the sun, and where the States is now nearly five times as blood stayed on it was lighter. Yon much as In 1870, that the exportation know, all men paint their faces that has in that time Increased from a way with blood scrape it ot In streaks quarter of a million tons to over lour when they hunt or go to war." Enmillion tons, and that the United quirer, States, which In 1870 supplied but m 17 per cent of the world's output now Dedication Day. lurnishes about 15 per cent, Acting Governor Worthington is No other country shows such a rap-i- d sued the following address and it fur increase in coal production asdoes mshes good thought for ever patriotic the United States. Great Britain's man in Ohio county: average annual coal product, as "Whereas, the General Assembly ol shown by a recent and widely quoted the Commonwealth did on the 17th ot statistical publication of theSweedish March, 1896, appropriate $10,000 for govrrment, In the five year period the purpose of erecting a monument 1871-- 5, amounted to 137 million tons, at Chlckamauga National Park to per and in 1891-- 5 amounted to 185 mllW petuate the heroic deeds ot her noble ion tons, an increase ot 45 per cent sons, both Union and Confederate, in the average annual output. Gerwho, upon that sanguinary field, t ac many's average annual coal product ilficed their lives upon the altar ot in the period 1871 5 was 45 million tons, and in the five year period Ig9i their convictions of right, and, "Whereas, By tne same act the Gov 5 was 97I million tons, an increased ernorofthe Commonwealth wasaus ot 125 per cent. Trie average annual thorlzed to appoint commissioners to coal production ot France in the year carry Into eQect the aforesaid act, and 1871 5 was 16 million tons, and in the same having been done, and the the term 1891-27 million tons, an monument having been completed in increase ot 70 per cent. The average compliance therewith and ready to be tnnual coal production of the United dedicated to,tbe purpose aforesaid, states in the period 187 15 was 45 "Now I, W.J. Woithlngton, Lieu- - million tons, and in the period 1 891 5 according to our own figures, was 332 million tons, an increase of 192 per cent. The average annual output of VERY-DA- Y "other, counrtles" not individually specified was, In 1871 5, 34 million tons, and in 1S91 5, 79 millions tons, 'me toStruggling through an increase ot 132 per cent life, cursed with ca- tal average annual output of the world tarrh, f a common iu 18715 was, in round numbers, 266 experience. , How million tons, and in 1891-5- , 520 mill-Ioever heroic the tons, an increase of 95 per cent. (afl m fight catarrh gen Omitting the United States, the annu. erally wins. Under some al output in 1871-- 5 average 221 millname or other ion tons, and the average in 1891-ltgeta the best was 3(,8 million tons, on Increase of of us. Frank E 75 per cent. Waco, Tex., and thou Both the area of coal production and sands ot others quantity produces have Increased have been permanently oured of catarrh by Dr. Hartman'a successful remedy greatly in theUnited States. In 1870 the number of States in which coal Here la Mr. Inf alls' letter: Dr, S. ft. lar(man, Columbut, O, was produced was but twenty, while Dcar 6m: " lVru-n- and In 1867 the number was thirty-tw' hava eured ma of on of the worst cases ot catarrh any ono ever had. My case In I870 productlau of authraclte coal was so severe that I was compelled to was reported only from Pennsylvania, discontinue my business, that of concensus of 1880 reports productor on a railroad; bat I am now while the Rhode In Pennsylvania, duction entirely well." Ordinary treatment of catarrh Is for Island, and Virginia, and more recent local relief. Cures are not expected. reports show a production of anthracDr. Hartman'a method eradicatea caand New Mexico. tarrh absolutely. Oet hla latest book ite coal in Colorado and learn how to combat this Insidious In the South the Increase has been esMedicine Co., pecially rapid, Alabama in 1870 ruin-e- l disease. The Columbus, O., will mallDr. Hartman'a but 11,000 tons of coal, and in books free on application. tons. Kentucky, 1S97, 5,3ci3,ooo n. A. Bcott, Burt, Tenn., WTltea: which in 1870 mined but 150,000 tons 1 feel vary thankful to my Maker and your great medicine that I am of coal, produced In 1897, 3,216,000 cured. I would not be without t)ns, Tennessee increased her out. in the bouse." from 133,000 tons in 1870 to 2,. has been curing catarrh for put 500,000 tons in 1897; and Virginia, forty years. It plucks out the roots of cutarrJi and builds people up. All which produced but 62,000 tons in druggists sell It 1870, produced 1,365,000 ton lu 1897, paint their faces so hideously tVenat Ejea Are Lnnt Irritation Is the forerunnerof consumption. Dr. Pine Tar Honey will cure it, Bell's snd give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. 25c at all good druggists, tf We have just received a carload of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and Drills of the best make to be bad and are prepared to save you money on all kinds of machinery. Call and see us before buying. Agents for 1 the King of harvesting machinery. Henry Field & Son. I PROTECTION IN THE SOUTH. Practical Aplllcatlon of the Policy by the Alabama Legislature. I to-d- A Democratic contemporary that still believes In the obsolete theory ol tariff reform, as expounded by Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Wilson, surprises tr by editorially publishing this item without a word ol reproach for the infidelity to freetrade displayed By Its brethren in a Southern State. I "The Alabama Legislature has just lor Infants tad Children. passed a bill exempting from taxation for a period of ten years all manulac The Kind Yob Haya. 'Always 'Baqht turing establishments planted In that state during the next five years. The friends of the bill predict that it will Signature of C&4t&yffa&&t have a great deal of wefght with in CASTOR A hus-ban- Will-lam- s, c ot ed kidneys-poisone- 11 mil-netl- wonder-worke- . 5, vestors seeking a place for new manufacturing enterprises." In other words, the enterprising Democratic legislators of the progressive State of Alabama have adopted the Republican bounty system, to offer exemption from taxation for ten years in order to encourage manufactures is to offer a large cash bounty. It Is precisely the same principle as would be a bounty of so much a yard on cloths produced or so much a piece on any attlcles manufactured. No one dyed-Ibut an Protectionist could consistently advocate or vote for such a measure. Many a believer in the doctrine of Protection has been tempted to fall out of the Republican ranks when fealty to his part has demanded bis support of a bounty. The "Post" has no doubt that Ala. bama's progress will be expedited by this expedient. The "Post" is glad tosee the Legislature of that State taking its stand for Protection by subscribing to the most exacting feature of the Protection faith. And the "Post" suggests to the leaders of the Republican Party that Alabama is a good field for ther missionary efforts. A community that supports Protection in its extremest phase will naturally take kindly to the patty ot Protection. Let the policy which inevitably and always makes a Southern State Democratic the appointment of negroes to office be abandoned, and the Republican party may reasonably hope to capture the State which has committed itself to Protection. Washington Post. n the-wo- Now is the time to subflcribe for The Ke- - H publican. $layear in advance. Basra A tt. OATOHIA. TIH m'T. , Kit. Yw Hm alwrs Brit (or Fifty Cents. Qnsrsate.d tobacco habit' cure, makes wesk menstrong,plood.pur, tOc.fl. ,AU druggists. Here Is Something You Want! In the reading matter, illustrations, general appearance, colored cover pages, and make-up The Natfonal Magazine is commanding a first place among popular-priceperiodicals,' receiving thousands of new readers'throtjghout the entire country each month- - It is distinctively a publication for the home,and each Issue contains reading of much Interest to every member of the family. With a splendid array of Timely Illustrated Article, And Clever Nbarl Nlorle, from the pens of tbe best American writers and cleverest artists.thls magazine certainly will please you. Mention this paper and send for a sample copy. TIIK.TATIO.N-AI, Ilrlght Attractive Drawing--. Iledlord Uo.lon. Maas. Joe Mitchell Chappie, Publisher. 91 8lrl, MAGAZINE, ij ..'I 11 F HEROISM! S.S.S.G0ES TO THE BOTTOM. Promptly of n Tht natloual Rt publican platf im udopted In St. Louis in 1896 rtaiis like a statement of what has been ac Hot compllsbed since that yoar Springs (Atk.) "Republican." JVO I'UliE-NOPA- Y. 5 Mif'v Ing-all- That is the way all druggists sell Grovk's Tastrless Chili. Tonic for Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless lotm. Children love It, Adults prefer It to bitter, nauseating Tonics Price, tf 50c. Readies tiis Seat all Blood Diseases and Ring out the false Rlnjla thatrus" We bring to you tha new and true from the plney forests of Norway " Bine out tin nlA Kin In tha Haw Cures the Worst Cases. deep-seate- a Man-s-li- n You always know where to find the Republican party on the question of sound money and n Protective Tarlfl. It believes In Protection to American labor, America for Americans, native born and naturalized, and American wages for American worklngmen; it believes that every man who tolls should be psld in sound money as good as gold coin, the teat money in the world. Freepott (III.) "Journal." DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey Discovered ByaWoman Another great discovery has been made, and that too by a lady in this country, "Diseases fastened its clutch es upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest teati. but her vital organs were undermines nod For thtce death seemed, imminent. ZJ rrr ! torn, IMl's Mim-THomy. II ftve. quick and tKrsua.nl Mirf ta grip mwsUm cough. sad cou.. Itmakt. K, A. If .tcalt wrk I unn strong.-U- n. rvduah, Ky. 11 Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Plcas&nt,Pcrmaneat, Posltlro Cure for coughs, col Js and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out 1 the rated 1 the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that then Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD bv ALtaooo DRUaoiars Bottles Only. 20o., OOo. and $1.00 Slsat) Dioou uisoase anons that there am no ailments or troubles so obstinate and difficult to aura. Very few remedle claim d to euro such real, blood diseases as 8. S. 8, cure, and none can otfer such Incontrovertible evidence of merit, 8 8. 8. la not merely a tonic It I a euro I It gotts donn to the very seat of all blood diseases, and gets at the foundation of the very worst cases, and routs the poison from the system. It does not, llkoother remedies, dry up the poison and hid It from view temporarily, only to break forth again more violently than ever; 8, 8, 8, forces out every trace of taint, and rids the system of It forever. Mrs. i'. W. Iee, Montgomery, Ala., writes years ago I was Inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected my babe with blood taint. I was covered with sores and uloers from head to foot, and In mr great extremity I prayed to die. Several prominent physicians treated me, but all to no purpose. Tbe mercury .'and potash whloh they mo seemed to add fuel to the awful llama which was evourlng me. I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by It, to try Swift's Specific. I Improved from the start, as the medicine seemed to go dlreet THtTjnShTi to the cause ot the trouble and force the poison out. Twenty uomes oureu ma completely- ,- owucs opecma u&&tszsF& In every test made 8. S. S. easily demonstrates Its superiority over other blood remedies. It matters not how obstinate the ease, nor what other treat ment or remedies have failed, U.S. 8. always promptly reaches and n j BE SURE YOU OCT S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD Is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no mercury, potash, arsenle, or any other mineral or chemical. It never falls to cure Cancer, Koiema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Pulsoa, Tetter, Bolls, Carbuncles, Sores, etc. Valuable books mailed free by Swift SpeclftcOompany, Atlanta, Ga. Is a r. Iill's Pifli-Tir-Kfl- the only remedy that For Balo by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. The Republican and Louisville Commercial, i year, $1,25. 1 year, $1.35. The Republican and the Courier-Journal- , The Republican and the Toledo (O ) Blade, 1 year, $1 i$. The Republican and Louisville Dispatch, t yenr, $1 a$ The Republican and the Ulobe Democrat, t year ft 50 01ix"fctixag; OFX.ttes. The Haeteoed Republican. OFFICIAL QRSiN OF THE The Republican Is the best Advertis- ing medium in this partof the country. Fine lob Work Done on Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customers Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. MRH IK THE FOURTH COMCRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Subscription , $1 r. VOL. XI. INDIAN LEGEND tenant and Acting Governor of the Commonwealth, do hereby designate and fix as d. cere-mon- y HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1899. 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In the process of manufacturing 8ga are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the CALtroiuiiA Flo Hraup Co. only. In order to get Ita beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. - CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOUISYtli. XT'. For sale by all Oragrlsts. sam raAircisco. cau trrW YOXX. lrlct JOc. per bottle, K. T. BURNED and CHEWED $600,000,000. TUrttu4Rco!ABr?ea htt MtJ te keep alive a tfissaM that It esaklM J otaa. Strong men was, bm wtsx Figures appalling T Tea, but tt Sean-dn el lets doa'l ccaaara wilt tk. Iat ef vital power. 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Last w have ever In the house. medietas had week my wife was frantlo with beaflarhe for two days, sho tried some of your CASCAIIETS, and thev.rellovrd the pain In her head almost Immediately. We both recommend CaicaicU. ' Ouas. JSTsiixroRU, Plltsburf Safe A Deposit Co, llltsburg. Pa. aW Km ZJ CANDY CATHARTIC k. ... vaaoi sua asaisisaani ga1 .Mssseat, faletabl., roual. Tails Coo. So Ool, Msv.rBlct.a. Wat.a.or G'lpe.Me, SM.SM. aiMaaMSr(MMr,cuMMMbti,snVHt, oIiri ooNrriPATtaM. ... sir IITIIAt &$jtinEtSI3fc iroaiaara Di.lUK. 250,000 CURED. IDs LHitag Specialists of Aawlca ,20 YEARS IN OHIO. WECURE EMISSIONS NotLIn mm La tnnra il.moralltln io roost or ulddt.as nl men thin the pret- eno. or int.. - Diaour io-i or? protloee weakneai, ntrvonsaeM. a fKilos of dtiruit and a whole train of symptoms. The upOt a man for bo, low., marriM No mstlsr Ufa and social happlneis. wheth.r earned by aril habits la youth. nsiursi weaaD..sor s.iuai .iceti.i.oar lisw il.tbod lteauntat wilt poiltlroly cure yoa. Itaadir. vnu nal ltaln. Karlv abnia or lat.r eiceiM. may have weakened yon. Kipoiars may have dlseainl you. You are not nj. till euroJ. UurN.wMsthod will cure you. You run no rlik. NO CURE-N- O PAY and hayganl) 250,000 Younr Man despondesti You an palo, fe.bls nervous. Irritable and es blotohM land plojpl.a, CURED 1 and onn and downeait eounUnane tho bllsht of your eititsnee. I rsieal WECURERICOCELE V.i mtattiip hotf mrlom vour uu tniv car. II. ate "wormy vein.". return to ineir normal eonauion ana nenn in. onans rM.li. proper nguniri-min- t, i.iuai Th. orsani bMoms vllalisM, all I . I CURES GUARANTEED . .w. .nu- Hvuurt.ia OIBNCY', i. ami. PY. MM Kennedys tWlm AsiB K erg an I 122 W. FOURTH ST., OINOINNATI, O. Vm fcaiW sVsrr taU tLr J "Kentucklans will remember that on aa to why Indldns has this monument is not erected as a trophy of victory, but as an evidence long puzzled people who are Interest ol In thehabita and traits of the abo ol the affectionate and grateful rememtrlginess. The other night theques brance of all ttue Kentucklans and of tlon came at the Art club. Mr. Farny their desire to perpetuate to coming aid that he had never heard but one generations the heroic deeds of her legend bearing on the point. "I was gallant sons who fell upon this his sitting at camp fire," Bald he, "In a torlc field. And it is hoped that as village of Jacarllla Apaches one night many of the loyal sons and daughters listening to the stories and legends of Kentucky as possible may manifest that were being told, when I pro- their devotion to these fallen heroes pounded the old question again, hard by being present on the occasion, to ly expecting even the usual express-Io- n the end that it may become become a ol Ignorance that hides to many day noted in the annals ol Kentucky as showing the devotion of her people of the thoughts ol the Indians. "To my surprise, however, I re- to the defenders of this goodly land which a beneficlent Creator has beceived the answer that I least expected. An old fellow, who had sat all stowed upon them, remembering that the evening listening to the stories those who forget the honor of their without changing his attitude, grunt- defenders will soon have none to hon' ed and straightened up ss he heard or. "A cordial Invitation and request Is the qnestion. Proceeding with all due solemnity, he told the following hereby tendered to the citizens of the Commonwealth, without regard to legend: "Long ago, when men, wero weak race, creed or previous conditions to and animals were big and strong, a be present on this occasion arid a spechiel ot the red men who lived In cial request fs made to all secret orders these mouutalns went out to get a of the State to be present, organized and uniformed, to the end that a unit deer, (or his people were hungry, After walking all day he saw a ed gratitude of a grateful people may deer and at it, but the arrow was ascend to a merciful God and blot out turned aside and wounded a mountain the record of a maddened and fratriciHon which was also after the deer. dal war, and that every germ of hatWhen the lion felt the sting ot the ar- red may be eradiated lrom our hearts row he jumped up and bounded alter as well as our hands. the man, who ran for life. W. J. WORTHINGTON, "He was almost exhausted, and, Lieutenant and Acting Governor, when he felt his strength giving wsy, State of Kentucky, Executive Departhe fell to the ground, calling on the ment, Frankfort, March 17, J 899." big bear, who, you know, Is thH grandfather ol men, to save him. The Beat Pre.erlp.low tor Chllla "The big bear heard the call, and and Fever Is a bottle of Grove'a Tast-les- s saw that to save the man he had to Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; act quickly, so he scratched his loot then why experiment with worthless and sprinkled his blood over the man. imitations? Price, 50c. "Now, you know, no animal will when the eat ol taste his blood. So Coal Production In tho United lion reached the man he smelled the States. blood and turned away, but as he did so his foot scraped the face of the The announced that the increase In man, leaving the marks of his claws exportation of coal In the United on the blood smeared lace. States is causing uneasiness among "When the man found that he was British coal, producers and exporters uninjured he was so thankful that he lends Interest to some figures on the left the blood to dry on his iace and coal production of the world, and esnever washed It at all, but left it unpecially of the United States, just is til it peeled off. sued by the Treasury Bureau of Sta"Where the claws ol the Hon scrap tistics. From these it appears that ed it ofi there were marks that turned the coal production of the United brown In the sun, and where the States is now nearly five times as blood stayed on It was lighter. You much as in 1870, that the exportation know, all men paint their faces that has in that time Increased from a way with blood scrape it ol in streaks quarter of a million tons to over four when they hunt or go to war." Enmillion tons, and that the United quirer. States, which in 1870 supplied but m 17 per cent of the world's output now Dedication Day. furnishes about 15 per cent, Acting Governor Worthington is No other country shows such a rapsued the following address and it fur id increase in coal production as does ni&hea good thought for ever patriotic the United States. Great Britain's average annual coal product, as man In Ohio county: "Whereas, the General Assembly of shown by a recent and widely quoted the Commonwealth did on the 17th ot statistics! publication of theSweedlsh March, 1896, appropriate $10,000 for govrrment, in the five year period the purpose of erecting a monument 1871-- 5, amounted to 127 million tons, at Chickamauga National Park to per and in 1891-- 5 amounted to 185 millpctuate the heroic deeds of her noble ion tons, an increase ol 45 per cent sons, both Union and Confederate, In the average annual output. Gerwho, upon. that sanguinary field, rac many's average annual coal product rificed their lives upon the altar ot in the period 1871 5 was 45 million tons, and in the five year period I89--- 5 their convictions of right, and, was 97I million tons, an increased "Whereas, By the same act the Gov ernorofthe Commonwealth was au- ol 125 per cent. Trie average annual thorized to appoint commissioners to coal production ot France in the year carry into cflect the aforesaid act, and 1871 5 was 16 million tons, and in the same having been done, and the the term 1891-37 million tons, an monument having been completed in increase ot 70 per cent. The average compliance therewith and ready to be innual coal production of the United j dedicated tojthe purpose aforesaid, states In the period 187IN5 was 45 "Now I, W.J. Worthington, Lieu- - million tons, and In the period 1891 5 according to our own figures, was 231 million tons, an Increase of 192 per cent. The average annusl output ot VERY-DA- Y "other, counrties" not individually specified was, In 1871 5, 34 million tons, and In 1891-5- , 79 millions tons, Trie tothrough an Increase ol 132 per cent Struggling life, cursed with ca- tal average annual output ol the world The national Republican platfi'iin tarrh, fa b, common in 18715 was, in round numbers, 266 udopted in St. Louis In 1896 reads experience. .. Howmillion tons, and In 1891-5- , 520 mill. like a statement of what has been acever herolo the Ion ions, an Increase of 95 per cent. complished since that year Hot islaS " all fight catarrh gen Omitting the United States, the annu. Springs (Ark,) "Republican." erally wins. Under some al output in 18715 average 321 mill NO lUllK-NOl-name or other (on tons, and the average In 1891.5 That is the way all druggists sell ligeta the best was3(,8 million tons, n Increase of Grovr's Tasteless Chili. Toxic fcr of us. Frank G Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp, Iagalls. Waco, 75 per cent. Tex., and thou Both the area of coal production and ly iron and quinine in a tasteless aands of others quantity produces have Increased lotra. Children love It, Adults prefer It to bitter, nauseating Tonics Price, have been" permanently oured of catarrh tf by Dr. Ilartcsaa'a successful remedy greatly in theUnlted States. In 1870 50c. ..- - 1 the number of States In which coal Uere la Mr. Iufalls' Utter: You always know where to find the was produced was but twenty, while Dr. S, $. Jfarfman, Columiut, O. Republican party on the question of and Dear Sin: " In 1867 the number was thirty-twsound money and a Protective Tariff. have cured mo of one of the worst cases' In I870 productlau of anthracite coal pf catarrh any one ever had. Mr case It believes In Protection; to American was so severe that I was compelled to was reported only from Pennsylvania, labor, America for Americans, native my business, thai of condiscontinue census of 18S0 reports productor on a railroad: but I am now while the born and naturalized, und American Rhode duction In Pennsylvania, entirely well." wages for American workingmen; Ordinary treatment of catarrh la for Island, and Virginia, and more recent man who tolls local relief. Cures are not expected. reports show a production of anthrac- it believe that every should be paid in sound money as Dr. Ilartaian'a method eradicates caite coal in Colorado and New Mexico. good as gold coin, the Vest money in tarrh absolutely, Oet his latest book and learn how to oombat this Insidious In the South the increase has been es- -' the world. Freeport (III.) "Journal." Medicine Co., peclally rapid, Alabama In 1870 mln disease. The Columbus, O., will raalljftr. Hartman's ei but 11,000 tons of coal, and In Discovered ByaWoman booka free oa application. 5,262,000 tons. Kentucky, 1S97, n, A. Beott, Burt, Tenn., writes: Another great discovery has been " I feel vary thankful to my Maker which In 1870 mined but 150,000 tons and your great medicine that 1 am of coal, produced in 1897, 3,216,000 made, and that.too by a lady in thl cured. I would not be without t)os. Tennessee Increased her out- country. "Diseases fastened its clutchla the house," es upon her and for seven years from 133,000 tons In 1870 to been curing catarrh for put tons In 1897; and Virginia, she withstood Its severest teati, but forty years. It plucks out the roota of catarrh and builds people up, All which produced but 62,000 tons in her vital organs were undermines and For tutce drugglsta sell It. 1870, produced 1,365,000 ton In 1897, death seemed imminent. The quest paint their faces so hideously 5, c a. HEROISM! months she coughed incessantly, and baby the weight has killed dozens of FLIRTATION IS CRUEL DIED FROM COLD. could not sleep. She finally discovbabies, Twenty.clght inches is long ered a way to recovery by purchasing Hnrdln County Man a Victim enough for comfort. And Invariably Disastrous to It la Moro LostlngThan Acad- of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis12. Don't have any babies if you of tho Klondyko Hardships emic Training Booauso It covery for Consumption, and was so Those who Engago In It. can't give them the best of care in much relieved on taking first dose that every way and give it yourself; not Calls for More Effort. West Point, Ky March 31 The leave it tor servants to see to. she slept all night; and with two bot"To the credit of the sex be it said tles, has been absolutely cured. Her sad news of theldcath of Myron B, that there is only a small proportion corresWen Eye AreTJIe Strong", Edward Bok answers a girl name is Mrs, Luther Lutz,' Thus Skinner has just reached herefrom dim vision made clear, styes removed ol male flirts, when we except the pondent who inquires "How can one writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shel- Skeguay, Alaska, where he died en and granulated lids or sore eyes ol word fliit In its genernl accepted leatn other than at college and still by N.C, Trial bottles lree at J. H. route home fiom the Klondyke. Mr. any kind speedily and effectually meaning," writes Frances Evans, In realize the highest living?" in the Williams' Drug Store. Regular size Skinner left heie just one year ago cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle her "About LMen" article, in the April Ladles' Home Journal. "The for the Klondyke to search for the Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and and Jt.oo. Every bottle guaranThe sold on a guarantee by all good drug- April Ladles' Home Journal. inestimable value of mental training," 50c hidden treasure in the far Notthwest gists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & pleaant nothings teed. ol social life' cannot, he says, undeniable for girl or boy, and located at Eagle City, Alaska, Bro. tr correctly speaking, be placed in the man or women. But mental training All oi the weeping and walling and about 100 mites below Dawson City, Mi same category ss flirtation. Nompttj TenCair OaastliMtlsBiVerever, Is not alone to be had at the college1 gnashing of teeth by the falthfnl over .when he purchased, .twenty, acres, of Tak. Oasear.ta Caedr Cathartic. Mo orSVa. II a 0. rail to cure, draff lai refund nonar. can the salutation, of MikT'to Katie or university. It can be had more the 1o!k6 and disasters which the mining land and began operations. ! when he says, 'The top o the mowln systematically there, perhaps, but Dingley bill was to' bring to our foreign .nag- - Irritation Success was just crowning his. eflorts to yex, me angelt darlfn,' ye're cream not more effectively than anywhere commerce proved to be only an idle when he concluded to make Is the forerunner of consumption. Dr. a visit Honey will cure it, o' the milkln', the top note o the else if the desire to learn and study Is waste of words and useless briny tears. home. The cold weather caused him Bell's Pine Tar and give such strength to the lungs lark,' simply because these expres present in the heart. There is a mis Carml (III.) "Times." many hardships during his overland tnat a cough or a cold will not settle sions an contradict themselves by their m taken idea present with many that we trip over the trail from Eagle City to there. 25c at all good druggists, tf openness. Plainly, there (s The Eagle, Kin l All Bin's, nothlup go to college to get a certain amount is noted a for its keen sight, clear and Taglih, and told heavily on his enerWe have just received a carload of be hind them. FUrtatiou is' carried of Information or a number of facts distinct vision, So are those persons gies and coming up health. While and on more by manner than by speech, in our heads. The legitimate use of who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve the Yukon river he met with some ac- Plows, Harrows, Cultivators some-- , Drills of the best make to be bad and manner being all colleges is mental discipline: iu for weaic eyes, styes, sore eyes or any cident, getting wet, the temperature other words, the training of our iacul kind or granulated lids. Sold by all being far below zero, and he had his are prepared to save you money on thing one cannot place one's finger dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. on. There is nothing so flattering as ties so that they will be of use to us Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf arms, hand, legs and feet frozen. He all kinds of machinery. Call and see sn unspoken preference for one's socius before buying. Agents' for school, the college or as tools. The fell In with the police who brought Woman's Ways. the King of harvesting ety shown in various ways. This art the university is simply the begin him to Skaguay on the 10th Inst., of flattery is the natural weapon of machinery. nlng of our learning. It gives us where he died from his injuries the IIbkry Field & Son. the fliit, who rately expresses himA domestic wife is a blessing, but same day, not learning, but trains us how to self openly; therefore, his methods are learn in after years. For the life of not if she Is too domestic. Mr. Skinner was a noble Christian of a man, begins When a woman says no she wants gentleman, beloved by all who knew PROTECTION IN THE SOUTH. most insidious and almost Impossible a woman, like that to resist, because Intangible. Flirtayou to insist on her to say. yes, after college has been left behind. him. tion is cruel, whether the flirt be man a. A wife is willing to be obedient, "Now mental discipline may be Practical Aplllcatlon of tho or woman. The flltt is unkind, self, Ci(be4 SS Tears. just as easy acquired at home as at hut she hates to be considered a slave. Policy by the Alabama I suffered for 25 years with a cough. ish and frequently dishonorable college, provided a girl so wills. A man will respect a woman if and spent hundreds ot dollars with Legislature. The consequences of flirtation are al What developed the hundreds of thou, he sees that she reshects herself. doctors and for medicine to uo avail most without exception disastrous; With a woman, her soul should al until I used Dr. Bell's sands ot women who never went to A Democratic contemporary that therefore, in considering the moral womways be at least as (well clad as her ey. This remedy makes weak lungs college, and yet who are strong. It nas saved my life. J. B. still believes In the obsolete theory oi phases of the flirtations Inclination it en of the very finest minds? Not one body. Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by tariff reform, as expounded by Mr. would seem best to nip jit'ln ' the bud If a married woman commences Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. in five thousands girls in this conn tf Cleveland and Mr. Wilson, surprises according to the suggestions or the m j try can or will ever go to college. as a slave she will never regain her by editorially publishing this item Golden Rule." Glorious News That la possible only for the smallest freedom. ' without a word ol reproach for the in Even when a woman is in love she minority. Yet the majority will not Comes from Dr. D. B. Carglle, oi free-tradisplayed By its living' because the never forgets to see that her hat is on Washita. I. T. He writes: "Four bot- fidelity to fail of the 'highest brethren in a Southern State. straight opportunity of an academic training I tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs "The Alabama Legislature has just A great many women transfer to was withheld from them. Brewer ot scrofula, which had caused passed a bill exempting from taxation For laftats aad'CMldxja, is far more lasting than their baby the love they once had for her great suffering for years. Terrifor a period of ten years all manufac Tha Kind YwHaTBj'AIwBwfiit mental training, because it calls for their husbands. ble sores would break out on her head turing establishments planted in that A woman should not be afraid to greater effort, and efforts, well direct paataaeiissaaa Bears the. and iace, and the best doctors rould state during the next.five years. The ed, are of themselves the greatest die. Why, just think! It relieves her give no help; but her cure Is comfriends of the bill predict that it will Signature of we have. oi the marriage tie. means of development plete and her health is excellent." have a great deal of weight with in A woman who is a good cook can What we find out ourselves we re This shows what thousands have vestdrs seeking a place for new manalways retain the respect of her husmember better and longer than what Eclectrlc Bitters Is the ufacturing enterprises." proved,-th- at band il not his love. is taught or told us." blood purifier known. It's the In other words, the enterprising ReA woman should not be chary best supreme remedy tor eczema, tetter, Democratic legislators of the progress with her kisses and caresses, even to The Kidney Complexion. boils and .running, i ve State of Alabama, have adopted the her husband. We get tired ot canvas-bac- k salt rheum, ulcers, liver, kidneys The pale, sallow, sunken-cheeksget it every day. Ex- sores. It stimulates poisons, helps Republican bounty system, to offer duclciiwe g distressed-lookinpeople you so "of- change?' and bowels, expels exemption from taxation for ten years - -- " ; ten meet are afflicted with "Kidney digestion builds up the strength. in order to encourage manufactures is a . m Only 50 cents. Sold by T. H. Will to offer a large cash bounty. It is Tho Appetite of a goat Complexion." Yw Uw tonr. BweM SsarsO -- y .HIiH lams, Druggist. Guaranteed. precisely the same principle as would Their kidneys are turning to a parIs envied by all poor dyspeptics snip color. So is their complexion. be a bounty of so much a yard on Htoe Deep. eaatr They may also have indigestion, or whose Stomach and Liver are out of produced or so much a piece on Clean blood means a clean akin. No cloths order. All such should know that beauty without it. Casctrsts, Candv Cathar- any atticles manufactured. No one suffer from sleeplessness, rheumafor Vl'tv Ceots. keep' it clean, by and Ouanaveed tobacco babtr cure', ruakea weak tic clean your dyed-itism, neuralgia, brain trouble, ner- Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won- stirring up th bloodliver and driving all but an All drug guts,' laty meaatroiKs))loo4.pur,x,0o,t. from the body. Begin today to Protectionist vous exhaustion and sometimes the derful Stomach and Liver Remedy, could consistently adbanish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, gives a splended appetite, sound dl and that sickly bilious complexion by taking vocate or vote for' such a measure. heart act badly. for ten cebta. All drug, Many a believer in the doctrine of The cause is weak, unhealthy kid- gestion and a regular bodily habit Csscsrets, beautyguaranteed, .Oc,2Sc,fi0c that insures perfect health and great gists, satisfaction neys. Protection has been tempted to fall Ususllythe sufferer from kidney energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug out of the Republican ranks when A Dozen Don'ts. diseases does not find out what the Store. fealty 'to his part has demanded his A recent issue of trained mother, support of a bounty. trouble is until it is almost too late, SEVERAL because the first symptoms are so WANTED persons in this state to hood publishes the following: The 'Poat" has no doubt that Ala1. Don't tease babies It will make bama's progress will be' expedited by like mild sickness that they do not manage our business in their own and In the reading matter, illustrations, think they need a medicine or a doc- nearby counties. It Is mainly office them cross. this expedient. The "Post" is glad general appearance, colored cover 2. Don't rock babies it injures to see the Legislature of that State pages, arid make-u, tor until they find themselves sick in work' conducted at home. Salary straight $900 a year and expenses the brain. taking its stand for Protection by sub. bed. The National Magazine definite, bonafide, nor wore, no lew will salary. Monthly $75. References. 3. Don't trot babies It disturbs the scribing to the most exacting feature Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rois commanding, a first, place, among build up strengthen their weak and Enclose stamped enve- whole system. of the Protection faith. And the popular-priceperiodicals, 'receiving lope. Herbert E. Hess, Free-.- , Dept., 4. Don't romp with babies It exsuggests to the leaders of the thousands of newreaders'tb'roughout diseased kidneys, purify their diseas'Post" cites the bralu too much, It is blood, clear their M, Chicago. ed, kidneys-poisonRepublican Party that Alabama is a the entire country each month " a publication fqr the 5. Don't put too many clothes on good field for ther missionary efforts. distinctively complexion and soon they will enjoy lire Iwaj. Deat Ttbaar Bait aa gats. eacn issue contains. reading it will cause A community that supports Protec- nome.and . babfes in hot weather To quit tobacco eaallf and forever, be better health. of much interest to every' number of full of Ufa, nervs tion in its extremest phase will natu- the family. With a splendid array of You can get regular sizes' at the Bao, the iroader worker,, and visor, take men prickly heat. tbat makes weak Timely lllnslratiMt Article., drug store, at fifty cents and one dol- stronfr. All drufg lata. Mo or If. Cursruaran-teed- . 6. Don't let babies be fed traits, rally take kindly to the patty ot ProBooklet and ssmal rrss. Address Briahl.atlrncllve nrawlnm lar, or you may first prove for your- Surllns Sensed Co, Cblcaeo or New York, cakes and candies it will cause bow- tection. Let the policy which inevitAnd Clever Hliert Htorles, el trouble. ably and always makes a Southern from the pens of tbe best American self the wonderful virture of this great 7. Don't let too many strangers State Democratic the appointment writers and cleverest artists, this magHe Fooled The Surgeon Swamp Root, by sending discovery, handle babies it will spoil their dis ot negroes to office be abandoned, azine certainly will please you., Menyour address to Dr, Kilmer & Co., tion this paper and send for a sample All doctors told Renlck Hamilton, position. aud the Republican patty may reasonBlnghamptlon, N. Y., for a sample 8. Don't wake babies up to show ably hope to capture the State which copy. bottle and a book that tells all abiut of West Jefferson, O., after suffering THE 5 ATIONAC MAGAZINE, it, both aent to you absolutely free by 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he them they need all the sleep they has committed itself to Protection. 91 UeIlerd Slre.l, Boatou. Mass. Washington Post. mall. When writing kindly mention wonld die unless a costly operation can get. Joe Mitchell Chappie, Publisher. 9. 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SI Subscription, Hartford Republican. ng u pr ce Folks whose lives are prolonged far at Hartford Entered at the post-offias second class mail matter. beyond the ordinary period of terres-ti- al FRIDAY, APRIL 7- - jLaraTOTTSTcacixMarra FOB THE HXNATE. We sreaiithorUed to announce Hon. W. Fred Long as a candidate for the h office of State Senator In this the Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. Sev-ent- We are authorized to announce Hon. R. C. Jarnagin, of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for Representative, subject to the action ol the Republican party. TOR KEPBENEXTATIVK. Jay Gould founded a family and made the name famous. Helen Gould has made it grrat from the pulse of the State it appears that Gocbel and Btooe press nave combined to hoodoo Hardin, Judoiso TriE HeroM accuses Capt. Stone of accusing Thomas Jeflerson of being the origonal free silver man of the country. How dare tbey ilander the Illustrious dead? The Beaver Dam road it improve icg. All those attmpting to travel over it since last week are accounted for except an insurance agent and a tree silver candidate for a minor State office. just now lying low and wbetting their Gosb, the knives for each other. Democrats have passed the whetting period using tbem to the great de light of the whetting crowd. As exchange says: Republicans are habitation become subjects of universal interest, A Pennsylvania paper tells of an old colored lady living up among the Alleghenies who was bora 132 years ago and was once house girl in the house of George Waaking-to- n. The strangest thing about these who have long since- - passed the century mark is that nearly all of them are colored people and have at one time or anotcar belonged to the faher of his country. Our esteemed friend Mose Maltingly,besides being the best miller in western Kentucky, is also a capital story teller, tells us of an old lady living in Spencer county, the name ofHanrab Skaggs, who is doubtless the oldest living human being in the world. Aunt Hani nab. is also a colored lady, but she never belonged to George Washington. Mr. Mattingly has known aunt Hannah well since his boyhood and says while she does not know her age she is able to recite from memory certain events in history thai gives her a period of experience dating back at Aunt least a couple of centuries. Hannah says that during Washigtou's memorable winter at Valley Forge one of her grandsons made daily trips into camp with a cart load of parsnips and pumpkins for the soldiers. She also distinctly remembers seeing the acorn fall from which the charter oak sprung, and says that the mellow tones of old liberty bell that famous night still linger in her ears as the music of yesterday. Aunt Hannah is still hale and hearty and does most of the washing for Spencer county. I Is Capt. Stone actually What! FROM THE STATE PRESS. contemplating a race on one leg with Judge Taylor for the gubernatorial Mr. Bryan's admirers should see to plum? Such an undertaking would be It that there is more than 45 cents' great indeed for a man with two good worth oi nourishment in that $1 dinner. Washington Post. legs and half theronf of Stone. Senator Allen, of Nebraska, says CAir.Stone spoke at the courthouse he retires from public life without re deMonday to about 150 voters. He gret This seems to make It unanU voted his time to free silver and Hard- mous. Chicago News. in and never mentionad Goebel's A singular freak of nature was witHe was on Hardin's neck nessed last Monday night by the fam name. here while Goebel was on his toes at lly of Mr. Andy Divine. During the Morgan field. rata and thunderstorm, the lightning came down the chimney and complete The Fulton County Guard, an in. ly Smashed a clock, doing no other flu en till Democatic paper, publised damege. The lightning must have right down iu Capt. Stone's district, found Its way down on the outside of carries General Hardin's came at the the chimney, as the clock on the head of its editorial column. The mantal was the only object Injured. Ouard says that while General liar, Harrodsburg Sayings. din was fighting silver's first battle in The wages of half a million work 1895 Captain Stone allied himself have been advanced, and with the gold men and helped to now comes another testimonial to the bring about Hardin's defeat for Gov- growing wealth ot the American far mer. Statistician Hyde, of the Deernor. partment of Agriculture, estimates A Democratic candidate for a that the Increase in value ot farm aniState office said in a speech here that mals since January 1, 1898, Is lo3,- he had never had the pleasure of vis- 355,483, making the present value iting Hartford but ouco before and $1,997,110,407. The calamity howler then at a time when ho could spend finds his occupation gone Indeed. but a few hours in the city.Ao old citi. Courier-Journazen says he thinks the gentleman came Master Charlie Duggerhas a Jew here on his former visit with Lyon's relics of the civil war that hedlscov men who burnt the courthouse in 18G4 ered on a hillside In thejasper fields and that his hurry was occasioned by near town, which had been unearthed a company of uqioa soldiers. Ohio by a washout during the late heavy county should endorse his candidacy rains. Among the lot was an old bayonet that had been bent and used with a vim. by some old soldier as a pot-raDemocrats are reported to be boy, besides a lot of Enfield and The contemplating asking the American Springfield rifle balls and musket people to turn their government over balls, and a large brass slide that was place ot to them next year. What they want worn on the cross belt. The occupied as a camping find it difficult to conclude. his find was with it we ground for Union troops in 1862, and They tried it from 1884 to 1 888 and It used to be told that an old soldier again from 1892 to 1890, and during secreted a handful or two of gold coin each experiment one national disaster somewhere near there and afterward followed another like Southern birds died without removing it or telling of in their autumnal flight. The records the location. Somerset Paragon. of those two periods are one unboken County Clerk Morgan, of Bedford, story of human suffering, resulting has the gun which from idle factories and mines and his brother Harry brought from Porto wrecked and ruined industries, cli- Rico. The gun la guaranteed to the maxed by a hungry horde of idle la- Government to shoot accurately 1,800 borers marching on to the capital at yards, but it will shoot three or tour Wasbingtoa to beg at the doors of miles. Mr. Morgan, with several Congress for work or bread. In the others, tested the shooting qualities the other day light of such diiastrous failures we ot tbia death-dealfind it difficult to believe that the They went down In a valley back of Damocratio party is seriously yearn Bedford and fired at a black locust tree ing to repeat the experiences oi 1884 six feet In circumference, the ball going through, struck a rock on the and 1892. side of the hill a glancing lick and Two weeks ago the Filipinos weie went two ot three feet in the ground. concentrating their forces about Ma- It was dug out and found to be as nila and threatening the city. The perfect as when put in the gun. It Tagals were coming in from all sec- was also fired at a solid sycamore tions of the country to aid in the final tree much larger than the locust attack upon the city, and theAmerican with the same result Milton News. Mr. William J, Bryan Is in urgent forces. Today their forces are scattered and demoralized. They have need of another leg. There are three been driven from behind fortifications 6tones on which he wishes to stand which they were months in building with a foot on each. One la silver, one expansion and the other trusts. city after city fell, victory.until Anally their boasted The leg which Is resting on the alt and can not be capital fell bofore the irresistible on- ver base is paralyzed tngved, but the other one keeps wavward march of our gallant forces. ing widely between expansion and "With evrey stronghold lost and his trusts. Unless either the expansion forces scattered Agulnaldo can only or the trust rock Is taken away und 'hope to maintain a guerrilla warfare, burled or Mr. Bryan gets a and certain it is that ho cannot main third leg the poor, old parlain that but a very short time. Our alytic member will have to bear the gallant soldiers will meet him in any whole weight of 1900, and Mr, Will game at which be may mish to play. lam Jennings Bryan knows what that Thus far not a victory has been lost means. He sneers at the "White single reverse sustained, none Man's Burden," but he bows with nor ing-me- n l. ck er Victory-succeeddime-museu- m ment. If the perpetual Incarceration profound reverence before the "Silver kiti,iKlflKlili.iifliM MEN IN of those who kill could be made Man's Burden." New York Press. certain, a strong argument which Charged With Complicity In Opposition to Mr. Blackbura Is not Ma- sustains the gallows ami the electric a crime, nor should the fact that Gen Detailed Murderof An Old Man chair woutd cease to exist In this Hardin does not favor Mr. Blackburn Bay Last December. particular some of the leading women for United States Senator, though we suffragists of the country took a have no authority for assuming that Lettcbfleld, Ky.,April his preference Is for some othei per Every Vessel of the Enomy's prominent part. They insisted amonit other things that the law of capital Sbcrifl Cardwe'l, ol Butler county ar son, and doubt If It Is. have any bear Fleet Was Fairly Rlddlod punishment should not be executed rived here this afternoon in charge ol ing upon his candidacy for Governor. Defore BelngSunk. against women. In taking this gro a He will make just as good an execuDent Coy, Geoice Vettno and Mon they demostrated absolutely their own tive It he Is opposed to Mr. Blackburn roo While, oi Butler county, and lodg- 1Washington, April 4 Lieut John capacity for the exercise ol public du as he would if be supported him. ed them in jail charged with compile! Aside lrom the efiect on Gen. Hardin, M. Elliott, the intelligence office of ties, including ths right ot voting. In words, they how that If they tyjin the murder of old wan Greeu ol Capt. Stone's chargts, we believe the cruiser Baltimore, has forwarded other they Embry, ol the Tan Yards, this county the statesman lrom the Purchase to the Navy Department under date were admitted to suffrage would add one more element and n near the Butler county line, Decemefmade a grave mistake In giving voice of January 1, 1899, a report on the ber 24 last, which at the time created to them. Those Democrats who were fects of the gun fire of Dewey's fleet very large one to that part of the which is increasing great excitement in that locality, him because of hla nponthe Spanish war vessels In the population, inclined to support Was a good day wilh us. Our opening was largely atbattle of Manila. The report is kased which fosters disrespect for law; and There were ten men in tbe party wbo dignified coarse are sorely disappoint Drew tended, and our opening sales highly satisfactory. ed, and now that his strongest claim upon a personal examination of all such disrespect, as much as anything called out Emery and shot blm In his Goods lor Spring wear were exhibited to admiring crowds else, is Injuring our political State doorway. Tbe causo of the deed has on their suffrage has been impaired, the vessels, personal conversations and numbers of PATTEHNSwitbTUlMMINQS were sold. they ae inclined to favor some other with officers aboard and extracts from So long as the law exists, It must ap always been a mystery. It was said at The Millinery Department was crowded and numbers oi Admiral Montejo's official report. It ply equally to all persons. There ate the time that tbe gang charged Eranrv candidate. too many privileged classes alreadj with keeping a disorderly house, but nice EASTEIt HATS were sold to purchasers over ths Capt. Stone was unlortunate In tin- - describes in detail the efiect ol every adto nearly all his neighbors hare certified counter and numbers were sent out by mail and express. dertaklng to prove that he was in shot from the American fleet and in the community warrant the MoreMontojo's vessels were dition of women murderers. this to bo false. A writ has been sent good silver company when be names proves that Tho BOYS also carried away numbers of nice EASTER over, women woutd do very much Asher Carulh and Albert S. Berry as riddled by a perfect storm of shot and out for tbe arrest of the remaining SUITS and bad them for Sunday wear. These Departmore elective work against what tbey specimens ol his associates when he shell from the American guns. There tbe caog. Dent Coy, it is ments are fuller than usual. regard as the sin and disgrace of cap seven of voted withBynum, Reed, Dlngley was a much larger pereaUgc of hits is a Baptist preacher, while Vet' 1 ital punlsment If they would unite in said, -- ; The diflerent markets have been ransacked for the on those gold at Manila than at Santiago. This Is and Joslah Patterson a general movement against it, in- toe and Whito are well known in the styles, and STYLES are important, because a lady does bonds, Carnth and Berry were no- accounted tor by the fact 'that Dewey's stead of devoting their energies to locality ol tbe crime. The case prom not want to go to tbo expense of a new dress out of old torious gold buga at that time but fleet made a deliberate attack with ises to bo an interesting one. Circuit 751 most of the enemy's ships at rest, the saving of criminals of their sex both have since come into line, and goods and by an old pattern. So in bats. So in Clothing. is now in session and the grand Its operations. Harper's Week- Court evenjosiah now claims to be "regu- while the appearance of Cervera'a from LADIES are especially invited to examine our stocks bes jury will probably indict all the men. ly. again, The fact, however, that fleet at Santiago was unexpected, and lar" fore making purchases. m Apt Quotations. Stone voted on the opposite side from it was a running figkt. Lieut. Elliott Hope's Now Romance. IjH Tbeso lines are replenished all along as the season Bryan, Bland, Bailey, Bills and Good makes the following summary of the and the demand call. axioms and wise sayings Is overwhelming and fatal proof number and size of the shots which Proverbs, night Anthony Hope's pew romance, have been uttered by Confucius and There are SPECIALTIES. And handling Specialties that be was on the wrong side. In struck each of the Spanish vessels: which he has just lllnlshed, Is called Cristina, five 8 inch, fives Inch and "The Countes s Emelia," and has been other wise men from time Immemorl undertaking now to justify his votes we think we can please in price and style. at that time, he makes the matter thirteen other large shell; seven 6 purchased by The Ladles Home Jour al, but few people realize bow many In General lines of Staples we are HEADQUARTERS, worse. If he was right, Bryan and pounders and nine other projectiles. nal, in which periodical it wilt Imme- there are of them. C I Hood & Co ready to supply every demand, and at best and lowest Sarsaparill fame, have over two wrong and his Castllla, two 6 inch, twelve 5 Inch, his associates were diately begin. The story is about a of rates. It is not necessary to quote price, r If you want associates were wrong and there is a four other large shell; three 6 pounders beautiful countess. She has quarreled thousand and tbey have originated VALUES and want them right, call on us. Bring jour prevailing faith in the Democratic and sixteen othtr small shell. Sur with her husband, and they have de- thi Ingenious plan of serving them wagons. Haul us Corn, Hams, Sides, Eggs, Feathers party that Bryan never voted wrong. vlvors also tell ot three 8 inch shells cided to live in seclusion in seperate up in delectable shape In thousands all you have get top prices and take home a full line of of newspapers, with each one neatly which burst on tbeorion deck forward wings Messenger. of the castle. This they do unsupplies. In Commissioner Clark's court a midship and aft, causing fires that til Captain Dieppe, who becomes a tnrnlng a point as to the merit of day or so since a member oi the nu- could not be controlled. Don Antonia member of the household, inadvert- their well known medicine. The ex FURTHER Our Housekeepers' Outfit should attract merous Smith family was a witness. de Ulloa, four 8 Inch, three 6 inch; ently opens a door, through which tensive use of these proverbs Is orig attention. Everything needed can be bought in ono bill This particular Smith bore the cogno- one 5 inch and fourteen other large are revealed to him the apartments ot inal and creditable to Hood & Co. and at prices to suit the purchaser. men of Joel and hailed from the clas- ahell: ten 5 pounders and one other the exiled Countess, with the beautiState Board of Health. FARMERS are invited to come (or SEEDS, FERTIsmall shell. Don Juan de Austria, ful occupant standing in'the doorway. sic hills ofcClay county. Chief of PoLIZERS, Plows, Wagons, Harness and general supplies- lice Howard observed several sugges- two 5 Inch or 8 inch; four 5 inch, five The Captain falls In love with the Bowlingreen, Ky., April I ,1899 tive enlargements on him in fact, 6 pounders and two other small shell. young woman, and from this point To Whom it May Concern: We have no "catch-penny- " jobs. Wo want your trade, three hits before she they could be noticed on each hip. Islade Luzon, there Is not a moment's cessatlonln either in barter or Cub. Respectfully, This Board will hold an examlna Finally the Chief observed when he retired behind the arsenal and was the romamtlc adventures which ensue tlon for applicants for certificates to moved in some way that he could see sunk by her own crew. Isla de Cuba, In the castle, Its gardens and neighs practice medicine in Kentucky who under his coat that one of the bnlgea to which Montejo transferred his flag boring places of rendezvous. are graduates from threesyear- at least was a pistol. Procuring a after the Christina was abandoned, schools, whose course of study does pounders and one ot unknown warrant he placed Joel under arrest four 6 not meet the yfnilt'(foUnntoCt of the Board, minimum requirements and proceeded to take the pistol lrom caliber. (She, too, was sunk by the BmhUw at the hall of the UulMarques del Duero, one Bifutira Spaniards.) him. Immagine his surprise when verslty of Louisville, in the City of he found three of these on him, one a 8 Inch, one 6 Inch and three 6 poundLouisville, beginning on Tuesday, in his pocket and a 44 and ers. Velasco, ahe took no part in the In Memory of DoarTom. Apri 25, 1899, according to the fol was hit by a stray shell a 45 strapped around him. Upon ex- action, but lowing schedule: pressing some surprise at finding and was sunk by the Spaniards. Dnndee, Ky.,.March 25 On the Anatomy, Tuesday, 9 to 11:30 a. in such a walking arsenal, Smith very Gen. Lazo, took no part In the ens night of the 21st ot March 1899, shortPhysiology, Chemistry and Hygenr, by the ly after milnight, God saw best in coolly remarked that he had another gagement, and was exploded Tuesday, 3 to 4:30 p. m. The Argos was also out bis infinite wisdom to visit the home in his saddlebags; that he had come Spaniards. Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Wedof the fight, but was struck by a large of Mr. J. M. Calloway, and take from some distance from home and friends nesday, 9 to 1 1 :30o a. m. and wanted to be in condition to de- shell and was scuttled by the Span them there beloved son and brother, Materia Medlca and Therapeutics, fend himself in cape he "got into any lards. The total namberol hits ob- Mr. Thomas W. Calloway. He was Wednesday 20 p. m. there were 28 years of age He was taken tbe trouble. The pistols were all the best servable was 141, but Surget v and Diseases of the Genito make of Colt's revolvers, shooting doubtless many others, especially ol 13th with pneumonia fever. He urinary Organs, Thursday, 9 to 11:30 six times each and were loaded with small caliber, through the rigging, Kerned conscious that death was hov- a. m. long cartridges. Judge Smith, being and burned superstructure of the ering over him as he told his brother Histology and Pathology .Thursday, of the same name as the prisoner, ships. Lon he hated to die, bat In his dying 2 to 4:30 p m inquiry, Lieut. hour he said he was going home. He After painstaking though no relation, was lenient with The examination will be in writing, him, and only imposed one fine ot t'S Elliott makes the following report ot leaves an aged father, two brothers, no fee will be charged for It, and a casualties: and ten days in ihe bastile, where the three sisters .and a large number ol grade of 70 will be required to pass. It Killed. Wounded. Total. friends and relatives to4 mourn his gentleman from Clay now languishes, Vessels. will be comprehensive, but entirely 320 death. Tom was a good boy and 90 In the meantime, his armory will te RIena Cristina . 130 fair In every respect, and the reach of So Castllla . 103 loved by all who knew him, sold and the proceeds credited to his i any recent graduate qualified to prac2 A 2 fine. If his guns bring their value he Isla de Cuba dear one from you has gone, tice medicine with safety to our pea 6 6 Isla de Luzon A volee you loved. is stilled, will not have much to pay and will pie. Very respectlfully, A place Is vacant in you home a it get out soon after serving his ten Don Juan de Austria J. M. Mathews. M D., Pres. That never can be filled. 18 10 Don AntonloUlloa 8 days' sentence. Plnevllle Courier. J. N. McCosuack.M. D Secretary, Marques del Duero you shall see him, Sometime You will see dear Tom again, 10 Woman Suffrage. Shore batteries . . 6 4 How's This? Sleeping not among the flowers, Ohio): Will Where so long his form may lay. N. J. R. (Sewellsvllle, We offer One Hundred Dollar Re 381 167 Totals . 314 Ours la an interesting storo through April-i- t's you please give me the names oi all ward for any case of Catarrh that The following points in connection But beyond the twilight shadow, the States in the Union in which with the examination ot the Spanish Sure, dear Tom, there will wait, a storo that most successfully meets cannot be cured by Halt's Catarrh Watching for the long home coming, woman have the power to vote? Cure. ships are emphasized by Lieut. Elyour nonds, that offers you every heavenly gate. Just inside tbe Women have equal suffrage with F. J. Cheney & CO., Toledo;0. liott: Ella and Nolia, men at elections In Wyoming, Col shopping advantage lrom a ot iron steel built We, the undersigned, have known First The side orado, Utah and Idaho. In Kansas cruisers do not arrest projectiles F.J. Cheuey for the last 15 years, and women have municipal suffrage. In believe him perfectlly honorable iq all enought to explode them some form, mainly as to city school business transactions and financially Second The incendiary efiect ot bonds and and on school matters, Standpoint. Thoro's newness everywhere sells is great, and able to carry out any obligations bursting eight-incwoman may vote In the following would seem propormade by their firm. far greatet than VALUES AT EVERY States and Territories: Arizona, Con- West & Tbdax, Wholesale Drug tionate to that of lower calibers. It's the determination to make our store excel to make nectlcnt, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Third At ranges over 3,500 yards cists, Toledo, O. Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, it at all times tbe leadiog store that causes us Marvin, the gun shields of cruisers are in no Rinnan Waldinc, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Ne to offer you the following pleasing prices, sense a protection, but insure the anWhole sale Druggists, Toledo, O. braska, nihilation of the gun's crew and the Below wo friuote you prices: Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Inters New York, North Dakota, Ohio, disabling of the gun if struck by a nally, acting directilly upon the blood All of our dress prints. 'S&ftfe Okalahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, , . . 3 Jo Sw large projectile. and mucous surfaces of the system. Comfort calico Vermont, Washington and Wlscon 5c , 4,.. Fourth Warships of the present Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. You fed the blood rushing Quilt lining sin. , 3Jo day will generally be placed hors du along. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists, One yard wide domestic. , But what kind of blood? , lo j combat by conflagration and the deSovoroly Injured. Hall's Family Pills are the best. That la tbe question. One yard wide good bleach 60 struction of their personnel before Is ft pure blood or Impure CtJBK A 10LB IN eNK BAT Te loss of both his legs is the pens they are sunk by gun fire. One yard wide extra good bleach blood? 8c Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab' If tbe blood Is Impure then alty paid by Ed Scatvln, a sectloa-han- d, One yard wide tobacco cotton , le lets. All druggists relund money if you are wssk and languid; for trying to get off a moving Mrs. Place's Electrocution. Ginghams your appetite Is poor and your it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine .A5o to lOo digestion is weak. You cantrain. He was taken to the Norton baa L. B. Q. on each tablet. tl One yard wide percal... 5o not sleep veil and tbe morn- -' Infirmary early Monday morning, White India linen Ing finds you unprepared for 4o Monday, March o, Mrs. Place On where Dr: W. O. Roberts amputated the work of tbe day. Your TH Kits YH Hi w Alain BH Dress linen li)o Bustk was executed by the State of New cheeks ire pile and your com. both of his legs above the knees. All of the newest things in pique been convicted of the 15o to 25o pleilon Is sallow. You are K Scarvin was with a section gang of York, having troubled with pimples, bolls, M Ladles' seamless bosa, murder ol her step daughter. The 10o Short-linor some eruption of the sko.W the L. and N. railroad on the is al Nurses corset 25o Almost Paralyzed. Why not purify your blood ? 1 division, with headquarteaa at killing of a woman by the Jaw communi Ladles' summer corsets f, ,36o 1 Glenceo. Saturday night, with others, ways a serious shock to the ty, and Invariably raises a question in Wash silks, per yard "After the grip I con'd not eat any, . . ,50o be was returning from Lagrange on a ' thing for weeks, one ot my arms Black Lafata silk 6O0 construction train. At Pendlenton the minds of Intelligent and sympawaa almost paralyzed. I cuacluded Men's derby bats , 25c Scarvin attempted to get off the train thetic persons as to the righteousness to take Hood's Smaparitla and it while it was in motion. He feel un of capital punishment Whether the Dimities, Madras cuased me. I sni now well and am der the wheels and his legs were cut State has right to kill IU murderers or 1 not is one question, Whether or not stronger than ever before My lath new In oil close below the knee. He was er was troubled with rheumatism, quickly brought to Louisville on a such killing Is in accordance with the WOOLEN DRESS Goods. oi christian but has been cured by Hood's special train for treatment. He was principles and practices Is quite another questlo J. R. Fisneli., Old Fort, Oar Clothing doing well last evening and his in civilization is Complete. Is Teun. jury dose not seem likely to have fa. There Is no doubt that legal killing Boys' suits. ,,, 65a survival of barbarous times, and that tal results. Courier Journal. Hood's Pills cure uauiea, heabact)e. Men's suits, . . , , ,, 82.50 when the world grows better capital k will do It. Tsie It a few days Umbrellas DO YOU WANT TO MAKE HONEY? , punlsment will cease, and will then 05o Work of the Rod Cross. and tben put your finger on as one of the be remembered 10 I (S3 PER W fcBK liUARANTECn your pulse again. You can WE ALSO QARRVFULL LINES OF LADIES' feel tbe difTerenc. We want Intelligent, hustteng reps age. It la The Red Cross is now establish evil Incidents of a bygone stronger and your circulation AND MEN'S SHOES, ALSO A COMPLETE resentatives to handle the most beau lng In Cuba, at the request of of the Neither Is there any doubt In our bencr. Sand for our book on tiful and popular line ol fast seelllng Government, a hospital Service to minds that were it not for the LINE OF FURNITURE. DON'F FAIL Impure Blcod. books and Bibles every Issued by any assist In the care of the sick and abuse of the pardoning power In If you are bilious, like TO VISJT US FOR BARGAINS. quick sellers, low Ayer's PIUS. Tbey greitly house. homeless people of the Island. Iu many of the States where capital pun ild Ihe Sirsiparllli, Tbey retail prices, liberal terma and fair the Phllpplnes, owing to the, active Uumenthasbten abolished, the crusade euro constipation also. dealing ate the Irduci meats we offer operations now being conducted by against the practice would have an YtrHm lm one Credit given and freights paid. We American Army, aud the approach Infinietly greater chance oi saccess at WrtuUMmfrMlrallih4irtlnltn want you with us. Write us by" re u la your eu. Yo of the rainy season In the tropics, the present. But It has come to be a be prvnpi m7 wnwoi .joti. turn mall. society si Increasing the hospital eta ff lief, founded on many tacts, that .fcJ.ttAf.&ut THE HUDGINS PU6. CO., already there, assisting in the care of niurderera In these States now escape m m .ajy, m a very short term of Imprisons with 44 KeUer Building, At'ants, Go. the sick and the wounded. DEWEY GUNNERS. nila Report of Shooting. THREE JAILI s 2 V ! zsB F a - - S&icird&y, mJ3'2XlLi 1, TQQ, 1 OASJTOIIIA. pioeier & (Jo. dlldP m laFfrg THERE'S ...... ... ... NEWNESS EVERYWHERE! New-Jera- Put Your fkl Finger on Your Pulse Price and Quality TUBN' t .... ,,, I ,.,j ;...,.;... ,,,,, .....,.v e ,t - m Boot. "tJ f JCJ cloth. and up-to-d- ate Everything wash and Department ,...,,., Si' RESPECTFULLY, w (Jarson & (Jo. '1 ggggC3CTF3SFS(girj f IJL?-- 'I . -- V4 W"' . Jta, ''"j -' i' t- rijijiiJn, .'i,i-- ''iiii 11 " v - s f- - THE PEOPLE OHM) COUNTY OF 'jr AND OF THIS WHOLE GREEN RIVER SECTION ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE CROWD AND GO TO 'V i She above cat represents oar . American geaaty Dorset, worth 7Sq, our price 50c. I mm UP-TO-DA- TE. DRY T COLLINS COODK MILLINERY, Shelf-WorOld-Sty- nsnETW" STOIKIEL S pBpV pr t kl This a cut of our Men'sH$2 98 Suit. 3 m These Goods are Fresh From the Fashion Centers of this and Foreign Markets. n EVERYTHING NEW AND Goods. The Very Latest Fabrics No or Fresh from the Factory. Below we quote a few prices, which you will find correspond with prices all through the houiseT" r Spring" Styles Dress Ginghams, worth We have the largest and best assortment of Trunks Corsets. 7$c, our price, 5c per yard. A full line of Dress Dimities, new spring of Summer Corsets worth'356, and Telescopes that can be found in Ohio county. 5c. patterns, our le "' - , . ; -- One-line in our price 25c. Setter grade,high bust,worth our , r ITT 00c, . price 49c. See our Mignonette ana .imijii i lit h aiiiifirii.B.iirii UJ! LAUlfib i AJNJJ UlilLmtttlN 5 i!Ap AT ALL American beauty corsets, worth. 750, wr our price 4ic A LAMjJli ABSUMJUJSJn Floor Oil Cloth, worth 25c for 20c; bet- PRTfTClS BANGING FfffW R TO 7fi HANTS-Nursing corsete, worth 75cr We 4 A TTTTO flORTJTfi MONEY TO -- . Pce cv xxxwxo. ter grades in proportion. Ask to see our iv wi.,0. i"u,uii,u Seii at &uc. uurzuu Jvabo nign bust corsets; ; fine line of Bugs. worth $1.25, our price UL. A full line of g TKompson's corsets in all White Bed Spreads. and Portiers. grades at popular prices. One lot 4 white Pique spreads, worth C5c, sale prico One line worth and price worth 7ic, A big line of Irish lawns, worth 6c, IT . WILL PttY YOU TO SEE THEM. . .1 1 1 m sr ' 1 j . .1 a . ,. 1 ! ra . 1 1 a , 1 a . ..ys, i 5-,- CLOTHING. M vi Lace Curtains j-- . glove-filtin- 10-- We will just give you a few special prices in boys and youths Clothing. Children's two piece Suits, worth SI. 50, our price 98c. Suits worth $3.00, our price $2.00, Better Goods at all prices. Men's Suits all prices from $2.98 to $15.00. The nicest and finest line of Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Shoes in Western Kentucky at very low prices. one dollar fifty cents, our price one dollar and fifteen cents. One line worth 65c, our price 60c. One line extra large worth three dollars, our price two. dollars and thirty-fi- ve cents. Our special extra large worth 81.75, price 81.35. Fancy Scrims 5c, 7e, 8Jo, worth 74c, lOo and 12$c. 50c. Our special spread, worth $1.25 at 98c. A of handsome manaillcs spreads from 81 to 84. line Children's fancy school handkerchiefs worth 2Je, our price lc each, limit five to each customer. tUetter goods lOo goods for 5c, 15c quality goes at lOo. All other handkerchiefs go in at the same ridiculously low prices. Men's handkerchiefs, worth 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and 35c, for 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c and 25o each. Five pieces, doublcfold, novelty pattern, worth 15c per yard, our price 10c. Five pieces, fancy novelties, in checks and mixtures, worth 35c, sale prices 25c. A full line of black and colored Henrietta cloth, worth 20o, our price 15c per yard. The finest and largest lino of wash goods ever opened in this section of the country, consisting of Organdies, Dimities, Nainsooks and Piques? A full line of novelty dress patterns in crepon and all fancy weaves, averaging in prices from fifty cents per yard to 81,60. No two patterns alike. Black and blue storm Serge, worth 65c, ourpriee 59j 18 inches wide. India linens, Scotch lawns add dotted swiss.covert cloth. at piiopular prices. G pou yard wide bleacbed cotton, worth ijc, our price 5o per yard limit 20 Yards to a customer. Extra heavy brdwn sheeting, worth 5o, our price 3Jc. 4 brown sheeting, worth 20o per yard, our price 15b; limit 10 yards to a customer. 9-- Dress Goods. Men's Jersey ribbed shirts and drawers, worth 35c, our price 23u. Men's balbriggan underwear, worth 65c, our price 48c. A full line of men's work, shirts, overalls and jackets. A full and complete line of men's and. boys' suspenders at 10c, 15c, 20o, 25c, 35c and 50c, worth twenty five per cent, more money; Spring styles Dimities, worth 7Jo a yard, our pripe 5c. A full line of fancy white goods from 5c, 0Jc,7Jc, lOo and 15c, would be cheap at 35 per cent, more money. Ladies' black huse, worth lOo, our price 5c per pair limit 5 pairs to a customer. Children's black ribbed hose, worth lOo, our price 5c. Men's half hose, worth 7Jc, our price 5c. Men's fancy half hose, worth 15c, our price 10c a pair all better grades in proportion. l Eight inch rubber Comb worth 15c, our price 10c. Extra fine nine inch, woujd be 'cheap at 35c, our pride 20c;' other combs at the same ridiculous low1 prices. . " - !! .. ..M , . School Umbrellas. v' m , YOUNG MEN!' attention to our of white and fancy shirts in beautiful line all .'the newest weaves and latest styles, ranging fromJ$.9oup to $1.00 and $1.39. We guarantee this assortment will compare styles. with any large city in We call your special up-to-da- te Towels.;. Handsome hemstitched huckj. Towels thirty-eig- ht inches long, twenty inches wide, worth 15c, our price 10c. Satin damask towels worth 35c,our price 25c, one grade worth "2Qcf our price 15c all other grades in proportion. Crashes 5c, 7Jc, 8Jo and 10c,worth 7jo,'6jo,l0c and 12$. You can't aflo'rd to miss seeing our fine line of Laces and Embroideries at all prices. Full line of Garter web, inblaclc, white and fancy at 5c a yard, worth lOo better goods in proportion. One big driy3 in school Umbrellas worth fifty cents, our price 39c. A full line rang- ing from 75c to $3 50; See our fancy line of Parasols, both in ladies and children 8. .:Men's and Boys9 Hats. One line men's Alpine hats, worth 75c, our price 50c. One line worth $l50,our price..$l. Better grade, worth $2jpurprice $lf50. AlLaiher goods in proportion. &ali for boy's hats and learn our prices. '" '' n . i ,m Table Linens. . fc Mfliae of rodtypt. k$' V A big line of Fancy Table Linens,, worth 35c per yard, our price 25c. Setter grade worth 65c, our price 49o per yar.X Setter grade worth 85c per yard, our price !60& M..4C. mf- fro lmU. mfflfajp&M Ipitf e Ladies9 Vests. Men's Balbriggan Underwear, Hanging in prices from 25s, 35 and 50 Cents, Fifty and Seventy-fivCents. worth Thirty-five- , Come lp and See our Line of Neckwear. Finest Line Everopened In dhlo county. Prices Right. Ladies' Vests, worth ten cents, for five cen8,15-con- t quality for ten cents, twenty cent quality for fifteen cents, thirty-fiv- e cents. cent goods for twenty-fiv- e f MILLINERY MOST : . C0MPLLTL LINE LVER BROUGHT TO HARTFORD AT PRICLS TO SUIT THE TIMES. WINDOWS FOR DISPLAYS. MILLINERY R,T. COLLINS" BY MILLINERY WATCH OUR SHOW t --- ' cs rr -- v i ''"' REMEMBER THE PLACE MEW DRY GOODS STORE. FAIR & CO., HARTFORD,-KY. i?. L .'IN OHIO COUNTY BANK BUILDING, FORMERLY OCCUPIED -- i - BWM.3C&tMDa.ii wv- - I Hartford Republican. Jc$a ( fj T t "V DO YOU KNOW THAT Sri&ufelby .FRIDAY, APRIL 7.. sh A. R. DUNDEE, KENTUCKY, CO, e Jvf&iion. Washington Peace Jubilee Honors Na tion's Heroes. K. ANNIVERSARY REVELRIES. L' Formerly Hints Mill, are the only people in Ohio county, who handle every clam of goods you need from the cradle to the grave? Their line consist of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS and SHOBS, CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, DRESS GOODS, MltLINERY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEENS. WARE. TINWARE, GROCERIES, DRUGS, ' FURNITURE. STOVES, HAND-MADSADDLERY, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, FIELD SEEDS. FERTILIZERS, COFFINS, Ac, &c. In other word a first.clsas town all combined in a first-clastore. ss Admiral Dewey's Victory in the Orient. TRIO OF DAYS AND NIGHTS, ! business to sell goods and'goods we must ..... v (iikci uou quamy amount to anything to you, we will sell them. Nothing Is mn i Investigation. That is all we ask. Welrnrv you money and e want you to know it. Look at these prices, men come to our store and prove them with . WE WANT YOUR TIIADE We are in nii..i.. . ... It Will boGlvon OvortoaColobratlon of tho Roturn of Poaco to tho Country. Washington, April 3. - No festival yet held JOUR Good tllalli nMrfltirr OWN EYES. ll' T.. 1-1 this, the nation's city ol festivals, has ever been attempted up' In J -- Ll.i , SSJ m -- " y w u w your iooi ana ' " pocket i bopk without cramping either. Wecan give yoa an extra heavy man's shoe for Jr.ooi either lace or Co. ,ace or button- - Bo7 ,l-0fc . i . "" oCC UD. Child's lh(V ire nn TV. " ""' fnll list of our Eood.7but f vo'u' want v; it M.ti ?ery heav yrf wide.by .. "" the bolt 4c. ' i rr '" BARGAINS in delay. Come to see us and price our goods and .. . j TOU Will ram nnnihwr A Tir and strive to merit it by giving big values for your money or produce whjch is counted the same as cash, at the highest market price. YOURS RESPECTFULLY, -- EVERYTOm c coraiaiiy invite yon to visit our stor without on n scale approaching, in splendor or novelty, that arranged for the nation al peace jubilee, to occur here during three nights oi next month. The oc caslon will be the tribute ot the entire nation, not of a city, to the soldiers and sailors who have won its recent victories. The national review held here at the close of the civil war,' though utterly different from what is now being arranged for, it is the only event in history with which it can be compared. Washington, always beautiful, never looks so charming as in the month of May. The ideal place and season have been selected for Uncle Sam's great revelries. BEGINNING and last day, if not of the entire festl val, will be a gorgconatjttrlcal pageant, requiring hundteds of sol dlers, sailors and horses. It will be a representation in chronological order, of the great war epochs olour history. The tableaux are to be com posed only of well trained men, Ih moving characters by others exper leaced in military drill Following t few floats devoted to the exploits ol Columbus will appear evolutionary Soldiers beating the war flags of the r period, consplcionsly the "Don't Tired on Me," the "Liberty or Death," tl e Bunker Hill flag, the Royal Savagt and others. Gen. Washington and his revolu Uonary staff,monnted will be follow ed by Morgan riflemen, in their green hunting jackets, brown breeches, leggings, gingham shirts, powder horm flint locks There will aU e in line detachments of rrvoluti ry infantry, artillery and Sailors A conspicuous feature of the epoch' display will be a moving produclloi ol the celebrated picture, "The Spirit of 76," showing an old man in knick erbockets and bandaged head playing a fife between two drummer boys The revolutionary period will be Con cluded by a large float representing Washinton crossing the Delaware. The second war with Great Britain will be illustrated, first, by Gen. An drew Jackson and staff, mounted, fol towed by appropriate soldiers and sailors of the period, and lastly, by a float bearing an animated copy oi the great painting, "The battle of Lake Brie," which bangs In the capital. Gen. Zachary Taylor and ataQ mounted, soldiers, sailors and a magnificent tablcaa float, depleting Taylor refusing Santa Ana's demand for surrender will represent the Mexican was epoch. Interspersed with actual war heroes will lollow three magnificent floats, Picturing the principal tvents in the and-wlg- "CTATTT' s tiesies fi .' 1 W oa M -- - Business Proposition! Why not come to Rockport and go to CsrJLJHBJESf We Name You a Pew BROS. 6c To buy goods when you can secure such barguins as they have? Prices Which We Peel .Will Interest You. Black Satteen Ladies' hose, per pair Dry Goods. Indigo bluo calico... A good calico i&st calico. Brown domestic, by bolt Hope, bleach Good bleach Alabamt plaid peryard (Joltonado N. "i . Camlet 8o ....4o .......,,,.,. ! .oc 3Jo 2c Cc Hc Children's hose, per pair 5c 3 pounds soda Beans.. ....1 15 pounds Jelly Groceries. . .'...-- 5c 3o , .OJe A. R. RENFROW & CO. eppr -- npj- (2ome and eel Address all communi Before contracting the building of your honr, SmI fail to have us to make yon estimates on tho carpenterV, rork or the job complete. n SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Estimates will be furnished on application. cation! to BALDWIN & HUDSON, is BEAVER DAM, KY. CAPTURED! i4We Have Met the Enemy and They Are Ours" High Prices, Hard Labor and trouble. 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 Flows, Disc Harrows and Cultivators. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and loss of time. Farmers, before buying elsewhere, come and examine our large stock of Implements of every description. Flows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, Wagons, &c, &c. We have come to Thursday, of three eventful days in the history of the national capital. Jnstasthe rising sun thro wsit first spark against the great capltoLdome the thousands sleeping in the city below will be startled from their conches by the roar and thunder or 13 'guns fired by a Cabot Lodge. fleet of worships anchored in the Po Alter the usual display of fireworks tomac Before the echoes shall have and band conceits the gteat three will be known thejubilee lost themselves behind the horizon days' festival convention hall, one revelries, at ol the chimes old Metropolitan, .the the largest single floor spaces in the church of Grant and McKinley, will world. No one unmasked and not in commence a loud outpouring of the fancy or grotesque costume wilt be nation's sacred anthems of war ana allowed upon the floor. The king ol the jubilee, previously chosen, mill liberty. appear now for the first time, mount Long before a o'clock, the hour set ed upon a lofty throne and surroundfor the military and naval parade, ed by a court of gorgeously clad no hundreds of people will have gathered bles. After the guests have been presented to his majesty he will de in the strip of avenue seperatlng the scend and mix with the common herd White House from Lafayette square, the floor being cleared for a grand which will have been converted into a masked ball. The king of the jubilee, as well many of the princiDal court of honor, constructed after purely original. As the great characters in the historical pageant, are to be either distinguished men or pageant marches through this space those who have purchased the priviit will pass beneath three triumphal leges by generous cotribution to the arches, each of which, it is proposed, jubilee fund. Floor privileges for the will consist of a stack of three colos grsna ban win be sold at a high fig ure, while spectators alone wilt have sal mnakets, 60 feet high, represented to pay as mucn as lor admittance. with bayonets fixed and belts thrown iuc juuwcc cumuimcc upecu 10 ex pend at least $50,000 for success of the on. Midway in the space the President will review the procession lrom festival, while the great civic organ izations and a stand which, unless present expee win proDSDiy other outside parte! punts ao we same. tations fail, is to be a fac simile of the prow of a vessel ot war, extending ing from the fence of the executive park outward to the curb of the wide To be more pavement fronting realistic, a turret and fighting top will tower from the rear of the deck, made spacious enough or. the chairs of large party. On either side ot tht President's stand it is the plan to pro vide generous spaces for distinguished reviewing officials, such as the diplomatic corps and the members of congress. dt-slg-ns OF FESTIVITIES. May 33, will be the first last war chapter of our history. At the conclusion of .the historical pageant prtrlotic addresses upon nonpartisan toplcs,8Uggested by the war, will be delivered by the most dlstin gulshed orators who can be here at the time. Among those to be invited are Col. William J. Bryan, Senator Depew, Gen. Joe Wheeler and Henry Lonsdale Cambric ....tta Cambric ...,31c Good Plaid Shirting 4e Gingham Crash, per yard ,.... 2ij Scrim, per yard ..So Blue Cottonade pants 40o Steel rod umbrellas, 2Gih,.... 45c Tobacco canvas, per yard,. lo Oil Cloth 121ctol5o Double width casuaere , 12Jo Beautiful lineltock 10c Beautiful lin,Piqua-.- k 17,Jo to 15c "WU v 3C .......4c 3 soap.... 2 No. 1 Lamp Chimneys 3 cakes Toilet soap Brown sugar, 20 pounds for bars-Lenu- ..... nacoo Granulated sugar 18 pounds for Roasted Cofles, per pound ...... v iard ..................... ........... ......i... :..... 30c unO II vjo 00 10c 10c liy the wholesale We have bought COO pairs of Sample Shoes in addition to our regular stock. Will give you great bargalos. We will sell from 15c per pair up. , A man's plow shoe.... 85c Slippers 50c up In fine goods, we have all tho latest ity!e and shapes. i SHOES ....60 5c $1.00 Furniture. A good 3 piece Oak suit $12.00 Sewing machlDS..::7T:T??r17.60 Bedstead (full width) $1.00 Rocking chair $1.00- - We are agents for the famous Igleheart Bros, flour. There is no flour as well known in th's country as the Famous Swantdown. .We Will sell this to tou at $4.25. A good family flour for $4.00. Third grade for $3 65 per, barrel. FLOUR. M AnicoHallTree G $7.00 .. "; 'r ' iff1', foot Extension Table.. , .2.85-- We have a large assortment of Plows, Disc Etarrows, Corn Drills, etc. TVe are agents for the Famous Oliver Chill Plows. Everybody knows their merita." Clothing Here's Where we Save You Money. Our line in Clothing was never more complete. You can secure a suit from the cheapest to the finest. Ask to see our 75c line of Children's suits. A handsome suit S1.0Q to $1.50. We have some good values in men's suits at $4.50. What do you think of this? We have suits at $2.50. WE TAKE ORDERS FOR NOBBY READY-MAD- E SUITS. V. fj Our Millinery Department, of which Miss Elizabeth Plummer has charge, is complete in every respect. Sailors at 15c and up. Nicely trimmed hat for $1.00. We have Dressmaking Department,also in connection with our business. We could quote many prices in keeping with above, but tka hint to the wise is sufficient." We cordi" ally invite a close inspection of our stock and prices. it FOR A GIBBS BROS., ROCKPORT, KY. X W THOROUGH We want your Wool, Eggs, Chickens, &c. Will pay highest market price. "Yss.Ws Have Arrived.'5 ' CLEANSING, AND ? One Grade Only GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY. 0 wikjVavtf Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. Williams 34 & Williams, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. NOTICE for the Benefit of the PUBLIC! 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 Wen in business. I began business atf years ago with a 5150.00 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 percent, profit. I went on that way some time nnd reduced my profits to 15 and 35 per cent, and then reduced to ia per cent, and have gained sufficient trade by each trans action to make more money by the latter and now I propose to reduce my again to 8 per cent. This looks small and some will say that I can't Srofita nor won't do It, but I will show my bills and do what I say and will also explain why I can do it. FIRST Bear In mind that I get salary enough from the railroad corns pay all my family expenses pany as agent for them and from the postoffice-tand rent. SECOND By this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can dls' count my bills and the discount will pay the lreight on my goods and put them In the shelves. percent 1 THIRD My receipts now are $400.00 a month and at make clear $50.00 a month and now if I can get my trade doubled and my receipts run $800 00 a month, you sec I will clear at 8 per cent., $64.00 and save my customers money and make $14.00 more myself. So you set I can : do what I propose. I will pay the Highest Prices for Produce at all times and want 10,000 ties by the first of July, for which I will pay 21c and 35c, one half cash and balance In trade on delivery or 30c and 34c cash on delivery. ti 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 for the money. I have the nicest line of Shoes and Hats that ever has been brought to Barrett's Ferry, and at prices that will make them fit neat and nice. Calicoes that will soon be out ol season must go at 3c a yard and valnes In everything that I carry, softs No. 7 sugar for $1,00. Atbuckle cofiee at lie. Thanking yon for past favors and soliciting a continuance ot same, I, ' am, yours always ready to please. (2onsciltYoarMin(sAND Saeh Other These Prices Begin February so, 1899, and continue balance of the year. . Fqr, FfRST-CUAS- S JOB POINTING, call The night features of this first day ol the jubilee will be a public recep tlon reception by the President, band concerts upon the south portico of the treasury department, overlooking Pennsylvania avenue, and upon the terrace oi the capltol, a grand illuml nation of Pennsylvania avenue, Lafayette square, F, Seventh, Ninth and other streets, of all government build ings and of the monument, and final !y a grand fireworks display in the monument grounds. It has been decided to engage lor the three nights of the jubilee the great war displays of fire works presented by Pain at Manhattan Beach, and including "The Battle of Manila Bay." "The Battle of San Juan Hill," and "The Battle Before Santiago." A hundred thousand people will be able to view these In the monument grounds without cost It is also hoped that Bearch lights can be mounted In the top ol the monument and upon the dome ot the capltol for each evening. On the second jubilee day, Wednes day, the 34th, the ceremonies will commence at jo o'clock In the morning with a parade of school chlldrtn from all public, private and sectarian schools of the city, bearing banners, flE. garlands, etc. The little one will iorm their lines In the Smithsonian grounds or the judiciary square, parade Pennsylvania avenue, counter march, pass In review of the President and retire to the grounds south of the White House, where the old time May day exercises will be repeated, with May poles, ribbons, wreaths and garlands. fAtso'doqk the spectator will ret surae their places to review a second parade of private equipages of all kinds and cycles, which will pass In review ofjudges elected to award prize ribbons or med- flower-decorate- d We come in haste.notsomuchonac count of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we hud no cow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the tact 4 ;l ($3N5SK? IMKUS fff. 'Iti OF YOUR Ip Lul fiErX that THE0. E. RECHTIK Has on hand at the present time, the best assortment of lumbers that can be While we think of found anywhere it, let na give yon a few pointers on 7 t t ALL KIND8 OF GA8 LAMPS, OILT-AMP- w y 6t AND A Whool with Reputation, j GoOd g 71 4 J WRITE FOR BUNDRY CATALOGUE GIVING WHOLE SYSTEM TAKE fijttek v Jlyv POWERFUL BUT HARMLESS rJi'Sr? Bro? 5r) eu?KRcv 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, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, etc.,' THEO. E. RECHTIN. BELL8, LOCKS, OILS ,' AND ANYTHING NEEDED . FOR CYCLING.; -- oftt-rH)- . $35. t u;t 1 1 ITE FOK BARGAIN, "SHEET secoW-iIa- FULL ' OF ' ALL KIND8 OF description: ' . ' ' Manufactures... f1 BICYCBE8 For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house r '" pattern. Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, Kvansvllle, Ind. Agtmt Tor tbe Unl Palrnl riutrn. Htnd tor Cumlaanr. THEO. ES. IlIESOIITIISr, MIUUtUMUtUg THE BESTf FOR BUNPRlFij!'? , rat ;: - TMTVnPflT IT WILL YOU. THEPIUDE IN BICYCLES AND' SUNDRIES 1 We do not Relieve In parrying oods Over For another season. We have three reasons for not wishing to do so. First ;We need the zoom for our spring stock. Second Goods do not improve with age. Third We can use the money invested in them to a better advantage. Therefore, we will fltflfl Hlfl Mff titfU 1U kQllf- m fT T Jm&f f f fiSSSf-- i'SWpriHAP ky. -- ' GREAT BAB- ;:,, GAiffB,.ui x 1 Q4JilUllll illtWi ,1 $ ;! (( fcn1r3 J X picyciea.. af X Jk CLOSE tSSSSm PyiA o nuSBm mm Is absolutely uecessar) ' to the young man or 'youne;!woauf wbowould win" success in life. This being conceded, itMs'' ot first fraprtance"to get your OUT COST training at the school that stands In the very front rank. The following lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Winter Boots lobe firya nt & Sf ration Sasiness College, and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods, This is no catch. Wi Lorjinvii.M iieniucky. BOOK1KR8PING, ) Seven expcriencedrtMC&crs, each one a specialist In mean business. Come, examine and see for youselves. SHORTHAND, l his line. Graduates oMhis college preferred bj busN TELEGRAPHY, ness houses. Write lo? a bMutiful book, giving Us, tlmonlals from gra duates occupving prominent positions all over the United States it w III he mailed to vou FKJJU. 38 A Business )" daealion-- n , A AT ft s S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. ATira z-A- a 41 m K. It Stands Alone I thaonorroaKUtul. f '. ,' v at THE REPUBLICAN OFFICE. ,aajjii THK CROWNINO KVEKT. on perfection of laundry work hen your shlrt'ls laundered by us, just as our laundry stands alone for excellence of work tamed out, Your; linen Isn't injured Here from chemicals or im proper handling. Only skilled assist anta are eufployed, and you can't beat it for beauty of color and perfection of WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL Irioa.D.J.Bf ewer, Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, The Smith Premier Typefltonter .DICTIONARY u ' lie a It txctu la tho cue wl th which tho ey Snd i h word sought 1 In nocuracy of definition I In effect. Ira methods ot Indlcttlnjr pronunciations In torw and comprchcnalra statements of facts and In practical luo as a working dictionary. W, ' W. MOI'M..."...,. M4'.nf l MwrUm QVtutfr., Vinc.tif, HuJL, 6. 1. A. &mq$jmng Machine. 7U fytt peusn, The crowning event of the third Rithmon J Stun Liundiy Cleie lltr, ajent, inmmm: ij,.yi.i isij i Smlih F)rmkr Typewriter Company, Of rrtxan" CaaineM tX 'leitnHflc prbdpUt Ml or umpu Pris, Hue most fauNt mMhtrunuJt. RtpJtrbMuHrtJvcrJto i '415? vValaut Bt., QnoliH atl, 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky sjsVSi ,'u.tdi. . " --. b wnaii 'imi Si ii w mi idt'iPt.ilftfriW. i11!1 S jTijSjI ,iifn a knst If 5 a ood Up-To-Da- te &hing-Fo- r HAETPOBD Jo i&ve An Store "Peace Hath Her Victories less renowned than war," said Milton, and now, in 'the Spring, is the time to get a peaceful victory over the impurities which have been accumulating in the blood during Winter's &(p hearty eating. The ban- l II , With clean record Tht In what we hive tried to make ours lor the laat ten yean, and we have had assurances that our endeavors are not in vain. We are not "Throwing Boqueta to Ourselves," but we want to throw some to the public alouft with our hearty thanks for the general aupport We are now ready with we hare received during the past - improve tho road between this point and Beaver Dam, and 8250 were sp The proprlaUd for that purpose. Hartford and Beaver Dam road has always been a menace to the traveling public during tho winter season, but lor tho last three months has been almost impassable. The road should be put in good condition during the early summer and thereby avert the mndibj ditaiUr of another winter. Lawrence Klein died at his home in Hartford Sunday morning ol congestion ol the brain. He had been seriously ill ior more than a week nnd sine Thursday evening his death was hourly expected. Rev. G. T. Dean conducted the funeral exercises after which his remains were Interred In Oakwood Cemetery. Lawrence was the only son In the family of Mr. George Klein and was the idol of the household. His virtues were attested by the universal sorrow at his death. May God's holy angel who bore the young man's Spirit home to heaven, return chating some celestial melody that will heal the wounded hearts of the sorrowing family nnd cheer them on to that glad day of their grand union above. Mr. WITHOUT WARNING. JudgoT. L.Davis Succumbs to a Sudden Attaokof Heart Failure. We are Indeleted to Mrs. A. D. Hayes, of fordsville, for the following extract from an F.urcka, Kansas, paper, announcing the death ol her baotber, Judge T, L. Davis, tfle subject of the sketch, Judge Davis, was bord and reared here and has many iriends among the elder citizens of Hatttord, who will regret to learn of his death. was greatly community "The shocked last Thursday evening by the sudden and wholy unexpected death of Judge T. L. Davis, which occured at about 9 o'clock. It is the prevailing opinion that death was due to heart failure, although it is possible that apoplexy may have been the cause. Funeral services were Saturday afternoon at the family res idence and were at tended by a large concourse of sorrowing friends. Rev. C: E. Creager officiated assisted by Rev. J. S. Gould. "Thomas Lawton Davis was born at Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, October 17th, I841. He studied law at an eatly age and was elected pros ecuting attorney of his county before reaching the age of twenty-on- e. In 1864 Mr. Dlvis was a presidential elector on the Lincoln ticket and soon afterwards removed to Washington. D. C, where he entered the em ployment of the government and where on July 2nd 1868, he united in marriaga with Miss Sallie Catherine he held res Henry. Subsequently sponsible federal positions at New Orleans, La., and Petersberg, Va and finally located at Evansvllle, Ins diana, in the practice of law. Alter two years at Evansvllle, Mr. Davis decided to remove fntber west and, In 1873, located with his tamily at Eureka. "During his residence hereof twenty-years the deceased established five a reputation as lawyer and oator of unexcelled ability. He was the re publican nominee forjudge of the 13th judical district in 1896, but was de feated. Mr. Davis was a genius, a man of ardent temperament and most indul gent with his family by whom he attaenments idolized, ills was were strong, and the line dividing his friends from those who were not, was clearly defined. He was a man of magnlfiiclent appearance and great force; his talents, dlgnlfiicd bearing and courtly manner would have graced any position, howevei exal relatives are the wife, two sons, two daughters, an aged mother, three brothers and a sister. To these in their great and Irreparable lossour most sincere sympathy is extended." ' NEW SPRING GOODS, MARVELOUS IN BEAUTY, UNEXCELLED IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE. -- ner of peace is borne aloft by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It brings rest and comfort to the weary body racked by pains of all sorts and kinds. Its beneficial effects prove It to be the great specific to bo relied upon for victory. Hood's never diiappointt. Ocrof ula " ltunnlng scrofula aorta made me shunned by neighbor.!. Medical trcatnicnt tailed. A relative urged me to try Hood's 8arsaparllla. DM so and In few months the sores completely healed." Mai. J. M. IlATcn, Etna, N. II. Catantl-- " Disagreeable catarrhal drop-pin- ts In my throat made ma nervous and torpid. Hood's dliiy. My liter-wa- s My corrected both troubles. Is very rood." Mas. Kltiia. J. nealth Buitrr, 171 Main St., Auburn, Main. Tumors "A tumor as bin as a large marble came under ray tongue and Instead ot letting my physician operate on It, I used my favorite spring tonic. Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a. The bunch soon disappeared." Mas. II. M. Cosdbn, 8 Union St., Lowell, Mass. have been shown to Sir Walter Besant, but If they do come to hi no tlce It is not impossible to hope that he may relent somewhat In his atony attitude towards the rapacious publisher. When he realizes that the publishers in rejecting 36,320 novel have de prived their coders of the gold to be taken from 36,320 victims, who, at five guineas apiece, would have netted many dollars, and have at the same time spared the pnbllc much In the way ol feeding that might have proven a trial to say naught of the restriction of the competition between the published surely the cockles of his outraged heart must warm towards those whom he has hitherto so unreservedly condemned. -- m sRflR: m j ANNOUNCEMENT A word to Judicious Bayers (JOiiQerning the fJeeds m of ihe e&son. Whatever else tho Spring and Summer of 1899 may have in store for you, it certainly offers you the Golden Opportunity to buy the very best goods cheap. We enter the ssason with a line ot attractions that will command the respect and admiration of all on account of their CERALVO KY. The Quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church South was held at this place Thursday and Friday, Elder Elgan presiding. Leo, the, four year old con of Mr.L-P- . Fulkerson died "March the 13th. Miss Bessie Smith, of Paradise, vis ited relatives near here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Kim mel Paradise Is vis iting her daughter Mrs. George Casebier. Mr. Luclan Kimrutl of near here has moved to McHenry. Mr. Shell Kimbley son of Marlon Kimblev died Tuesday after a short Illness Mr. V. D. Fulkerson our merchant is in very bad health. Mr. Thomas Biatcher who has been in the army in Cuba has returned Loots. home. Our town was both shocked anC saddened over the death ot little Lee Fulkerson son of L. P. Fulkerson who was born December 1894 and fell asleep in Jesus March 5ih 1S99 He was sick only a few days when God saw best to take him home to join his little brother who preceded him only' a few months and where sin and temptation can never reach him. He was such a bright sweet little fellow, he was the affection of many friends. Farewell dear little Leo, Our hearts were knit to thine, The memory ol thy little life Around our hearts entwine. We will miss thee deaest one, From thy familiar place, We cannot hear thy footsteps more, Nor see thy cheerful lace. Thou only sleep to wake again, In brighter climes of bliss above, Freed from every sin and pain, To revel in a Savior's love. Again we hope to meet you, When life's short journey's o'er, We hope to meet you tnere, On heaven's eternal shore. We extend our sympathies to the bereaved ones, and may they all be prepared to 'meet those little angels around the great white throne. B. . Success comes to those who persevere. If you take Hood's Sarsaparilla lalthfully and persistently, you will surely be benefited. SSH "7STe l timiVIMitsSilLlilhll Wr pairs as you want. Men's suspenders loc. Men's heavy socks 5c 35c for Black Cat Leatheristocklngs Mr. Zeb W. Shultz, Narrows, was for boys and girls. Heavy seamless black ribbed hose in town a few days the first of the Week. Mr. Shults Is one ot onr most loc. Ladles' sleeveless vests 3c or 6 for successful farmers and many persons think he owns the finest body oi land 7icgooi. jc Men's Balbriggan undershirts 33c. ot its sized in Ohio county. Mr. Good towels, 14x36 Inches, roc pair. 36 Inch Gloria silk umbrellas 69c. Shultz owns 500 acres of lend on the Pure linen towels, 15c pair. Extra fine satin finished towels,, 16 Inch Best Gloria silk Umbrellas south bank of Rough river opposite the village of Narrows, ever acre of knotted, fiiriged,J4x481 soc.worth 73c Jr. 00. which will produce abundant harvests. Child's school umbrellas 48c. Linen nspklas 35c dozen. Men's drill drawers 30c or 3 pairs 71384 white ajillts.hemsaed for use, The Floating Studio will leave for 50c, 69c. Hartford about the first week in May, Ladies' gingham bonnets 33c. and go to Rochester and will remain 30c for one lot of lace curtains, jtf One dozen buttons free with every there three weeks; then to Paradlie yards Jong, ft for one lot of lice curtain., J yards long, woven edges, calico or gingham dress. for ten days; then to Rockport, and Men's fine shoes f t.5. seat patterns. from Rockport we will make stops at Good every-da- y shoes $1.00. Newest piques toe, In fancy and Ceralvo.Smallhouse Kirtley's Landing Ladies' fine shoes (1, regular $1.35 and Pttfet Pleasant. solid style, suitable trimmings to If in need of shoe. match. Enlarging in best grades only, wait Fine line Priesmeyer slippers best for ns. Remember onr Photo Buttons Sheer dimities In white and fancy on earth. 10c. are the fad of the day. We ate allowing a complete line of Carpets, Floor Oil Cloth, CurUln Poles, In the death of Mr. Jno. Sep Brown, wood or brass fixtures, Scrims, Draperies, Curtains, Swisses, Window of near Rohester, the county lost one Shades, etc. Don't lorget ns when Our of Its most successful and prosperous and best citizens. Mr. Brown was in Is tht center ol attraction for those who admire the beautiful. It's no wontwo weeks before his der we L&AD IN THIS LINE. Onr stock Is the largest, our STYLES THE Hartford about LATEST, our PRICES THE LOWEST. Fnll line of children's headwear death apparently sound and well. A from 10c to $1.50 Make no mistake : buy nowhere until you see onr line. severe attack ot pneumonia was the Young men! Old men! Boyal Don't buy your spring suit until you visit cause olhis untimely death. His Headquarters. Look where you pteaae, then come to us and you will see remains were laid to rest in the famiwhere competitors stand. Bring us your produce taken at cash prices. ly burying ground Monday in the presence ol a host of grief stricken relatives and friends. house-cleanin- apron checked Gingham 500 yard 5C worth 6c. New drew style Ginghams 6c; oth era ask 8c. Fine Zephyr Gingham istfc, worth aoc. Good prints jtfc, no short lengths, as much as you want at this price. Good shirting, 37 inches wide, 5c. j6 inch domestic, 4c. 5 pieces turkey red Damask, worth joe, our price 38c 36 Inch shirting Perca1s,6c. Good Jeans loci others ask istfc. N. Y. Camlet, loc Heavy twilled cottonade utfc Pcpperell 104 sheeting 18c; this Is the best; any quantity sold to customers. 36 lach bleach, no starch, jc; usual Quote TaTon.18c. 98c Ultra size Marsallles quilts Dainty organdies toe, worth 15c; suitable lancy lining for same. White India linen, lair quality 5c. White Marsallles aoc 350 quality Navy blue, black and white duck Elegance, Style and Quality And offer them at prices lower than jou have ever before enjoyed for goods of equal merit and worth. Regarding the opportunities for selection, we do not think you have ever looked over a better assorted stock. It is intenrely practical, coaaSetjng wholly of popular style and reliable goods. We do not wish It understood by this that our stock is at all weak in i Skirt linens, Ready-mad- c to 30c. 30c to $5. Ladies' collars latest 10c. Leather belts 13c. Ladles' black hote 5c as many e skirts, t) Marrlagos. C. E. Blacklock. 34, Narrows, to Sarah E, Lanham, 18, Narrows. E L. Massle, 36, Westerfield, to Lula V. Mitchell, 16, Westerfield. J. W. Hendricks, 43 Echols, to Annie C Shnll, 35, Centertown. Wm. O. Tooly, 38, Centertown, to Sylva E. Harris, 3t, Arnold. W. R. Paris, 40, Buford, to Nettie Matron, 31, Buford. Downward Tlchenor-- , 37, Certer-towto Lora Everly, 33, Centertown. C P. Amos, 34, Cromwell, to S. Lizzie Haven, 19, Cromwell. E. J. Seaton, 34, Olaton, toLuella Murphy,, Olaton. A. R. Brown, 34, Magna, to Sail le A. Roach, 18, Magan. Amos Decker, 18, Centertown, to Iva E. Rowe, 18, Centertown. Jno. A. Miller, at, Hartford, to Dol ly Dempeey, si, Hartford. San ford M.Brown, 39, Rockport. to Bertha Downey, 18, McIIenry. Ansel Allen 31, Renfrew, to Frama Raines, 21, Renirow. E. Southard, 34, Rockport, to Sue Dally, 37, Rockport. 1 awctd SaMafavui M , I I I Exhibition of New Styles. I On the contrary, it was never more attractive in its profusion oi new novelties of the practical, desirable kind that will supply your needs perfectly. When it comes to quality we speak of the matter with special pride. It is the fundamental principle of our business To Sell Reliable Goods! We carry all grades, to be sure. Of course some are much finer than others, but that u what you want a chance to select according to the use you propose to make of the article purchased, but no matter whether ynu buy from our finest or our cheapest grade yon are sure to get an honest value for your money. A judge of goods will certainly give us credit for good intentions when he looks over our entire line with an eye to productions that will quality, They are all honest speak for themselves. In conclusion, we earnestly invite you to call and prove our claim for your patronage by an unprejudiced and critical first-class Inspection of Our Stock. We expect no one to gtvo 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, . MILaLaINELRY department Boda April 3. few Items, Ky. J. . fTogle & mm 1 b. 1 ' m I will endeavor to give a M Hartford Temple of Fashion, FAIR & CO., PROPIETORS. Moore & Sanderfer are the grocery business. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL 7. See Carson & Co. lor Fertilizer. in When you want the best and fresh est groceries, go to moore & Sander fers. The "goodies" that Wecker and Field's 'bus meets all trains at Bonhomme are making - are jnst Beaver Dam. simply grand. To see them makes Mr. and Mrs. 'Sam A. Anderson are one hungry. in Loulavllla. Read the ads In the Republican Farming implements of all kinds, this week and you will know where you can buy goods cheapest. Those for sale by Henry Field & Son. who do not advertise are drifting out Messrs. E. T. Miller and E. P Ntal of business. went to Prentis yesterday on business. Field & Son have secured an extra Bring us your iat Hens, Eggs, stable and now have ample room to Feathers and Wool. Caesom & Co accommodate all their customers. Leave your stock with Likens & The politest attention and the best cf ti feed lor your horses. Rosa when in Hartford, Likens & Ross will give your stock especial attention when you come to tf conrt. Mrs. Dr. Pendleton and Mrs. J. S. Glenn made us a pleasant call Wed. neaday. Mrs. D. M. Hocker went to Rock, pott, Ky., Tuesday returning Wed-eeada- Hartford streets are covered with a net work of telepoue wires. Most of the business houses and many residences are joined together by wire and it is one continuous "Hello" from breakfast until bedtime. The exchange is located in Mclntlre's res taurant, and under the supervision of Mrs. Sturgeon a very pleasant and courteous lady. Dr. E. W. Ford and Mr. Moses Mattingly deserve great credit ior bringing about this, much need enterprise. Mrs. Dr. PIrtleand Miss Mattie Pirtle were pleasant callers at this of. fice Tuesday. Mr. 'Sara Keown of Fordavllte, Is C, P. the guest of his son, Keown.thls week. The Hopklnsvllle Steam Laundry asea the "Doe it" machine to move the rough edges off of collars. Mrs. lulls. Davis went to McIIenry yestesday to visit friends and rela Uvea. " She will be absent a week. For Iresh bread at all hours, call on Wecker & Bonhomme, Proprietors tf City Bakery, Hartford, Ky. Remember we don't "charge" Cal Ico at jtfe. We sell It for CASH onCakson & Co. ly, To look at the fsney candles at Moore & Sanderfer's will make you hungry, any day. Come and see. Mr. Moses Mattingly will goto Louisville Tuesday to attend the meeting of Kentucky Grand Lodge ol Knights ot Honor We haveTeduced the price on all Calicoes to 3 Kc and will continue to aell at that nrlce until April 15. lor Cahsoh & Co. cash only. an-nu- Mrs. J. W. Ross died of consumption at her home here last Saturday morning. Mrs. Ross had been a rest-deof our town only a few weeks, but In that short time had made many was n6t friends. Her condition thought to be so serious and her un timely death was both a shock and a surprise to the people of Hartford. She was a noble christian woman and II In need ot enlarged portraits, call a devoted wife Her remains were at Schrocter'a Floating Studio and see taken to Rockport for interment Sunsamples and prices on best grades only. day. The Repum-ICAextends con His place of business is headquarters dolence to the bereaved husband, for such work. tf Mr. William G. Miller died at his boarding home in Calhoun last Thursday. Mr. C. C. Wedding's house, 634 3d street, Louisville, is the Heart failure was the immediate cause capital place for Ohio county people of his death but probably agrivated to stop while in the city. Beat $1.00 by an operation which was periormed ti about two weeks since for hernia, apper day house in the city. 'he had most recovered The Render Baptist church, at Ren parently from the effects of the operation and der, Ky., will be dedicated on the 5th an early visit to Sunday In April, 1899. The Rev. J. was contemplating brother, our esteemed County A, Bennett, of Fairview, Ky., will of. his Mr. tf Judge.RoslndMiller wjsborn and reared flciatc this county, and has near Before buying, get our prices on many relatives and friends who will Wagons, Buggies, Disc Harrows, be saddened to receive the sad mes Cultivators; Corn Drills, Plows, Fer- sage. tilizers, Buggy Poles, Shalts, &c, County .Court Notes. Likens & Ross, Liverymen. Business good. Health oi our community fairly good. Sunday School at Mt. Herman opened with a nice enrollment of schollars. The C. P. Church bad a large nt tendence Sunday evening, with W. W. C. R. Carson superintendent, Ashley assistant. Enrollment of scholars about fifty. Farmers are anxious to see some weather for farming. ProfC. K, Carson has moved to bis new home on Humphrey Street. We extend ta them a hearty wel come. Mr. E. G. Cook contempletes teach ing the Chapman school this spring. The Beda school is progressing nicely under the management of.Miss Lkwis. Delia Carson. is the forerunner to consumption. will cure Dr. Bell's Fine.Tar-Honeit, and eive such strength to the cold will not lungs that a cough or a cents at all settle there. Twenty-fivgood druggists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf y e ted. "The bereaved Some Novel Statistics. statistics has discovered the awful probability that in the year of grace 1898 the English-speaing peoples of the eatth produced no less than eighty novels throughout the twelve months, not excepting Sundays and holidays. His conclusions, says Literature, published by Harper & Brothers, are not based upon his experience as a reader, but on the surer'basis of expert calculation. Five new novels a day were actually published in Great Britain, and three per diem in the United States a total ol eight dally for the new Brother hood. And as only one novel In ten that are written is published, ergo A delver Into k The Affairs of Burope :, " COLLEGE NOTES. Laog Irritation Bridge Commissioners. The following is a list of the Road and Bridge Commissioners elected by the Fiscal Conrt for Ohio County for the year 1899, with the destrict for which they were elected and the amount of money appropriated (or each. Roaine precinct Ansel Wilson 5- Beda, East and West Hartford pre clncts north of Rough Creek Jas. Sulllnger $400. East and West Hartford predlnct South ol Rough Creek $300. Friday morning A. C, Taylor was a most welcome visitor. Mr. W. S. Young has been confined to his room this week with throat trouble. Mr. Jesse Bean spent Tuesday after, noon visiting the school. Mr. Robert Wedding is again In school alter two weeks absence. Mr. A. P. Taylor's department is undergoing a very rigid examination tils week, as this is the last week of the public school. 39 320 were produced. ' We are not aware that these figures Mr. J. D. Miller waa absent from school Tuesdsy on account ot illness. Mrs. J S. Wedding and little son, Walter Ren f row, were welcome visitors Thursday morning. This week ends the eight months of publlo school. Much hard work has been done by the pupils during the pant months, and they will fully enjoy the vacation which is so near at all hand. Many oi the pupils will keep You on with their work until June, under remethe efficient management ot Prof. A. X. P. Taylor. are faithfully portrayed in the original and exclusive cable dispatches which THE CHICAGO RECORD prints daily from the leading capitals of the old world. This magnificent special service is in process of being greatly extended so as to include every important city in Europe; and it is supplemented by the full regular cable service of The Associated Press. The Chicago Record, alone of all American newspapers outside New York city, now prints original and exclusive cable dispatches dally from the leading capitals of Europe. r 4 Hangs on $200.00 Given Away. a fu 1 Separate s and use the letters to form as many words as you can, using the letters backwards or forwards, but doht use any letter In tho word more times than it appears in 'Beautiful B-- e I Flowers." It Is said forty English J, P. Stevens "there will be a grand concett given by theyonng ladles of the Alpha Baptist chutch colored, on the 4th Satur day night in this month, for the the church. Mr, A. T. Evans died at his home March 30- - Mr near Whltesvllle, Evans was a successful and much re spected farmer. His remains wete Interred In the Whltesvllle cemetery March 31, The progesslve merchants of Ohio county are Btrlctly expansionists: es They demonstrate pecially In trade this lact in advettslng in the Repull-ca- n which insures an increase in trade from far and near. Miss Alice Staflord, Carson & Co' Milliner, has just returned from Cincinnati, where she has been for the For the very best tonsorlal work, last six weeks posting herself on the call da'Jlulllngton, the barber. He latMt novelties in Millinery goods, CABSON it CO. has elegant quarters, the best of tools, arYd will fix you up In style. tl Mr, O G. Fair Is la receipt of s Mr. Jesaie Baas, who baa been communication Rev from Vallaadluu-hat- n atatlug that he will a ot fill his with the army la Cuba for some time, has returned and reports the boys in regular appointment at the Baptist good health and anxious to come church Sunday but will preach here en the fourth Sunday instead, home. Magan, East and West Fordsville precincts John J. Smith $750. Bartlett's precinct O. H. Pattou f4oo. Heflln and buford precincts S. H. Riley $600. John B. Storm's road suit dismissHorse Branch and Select precincts ed at cost oi applicants. Luther Rogers $350. L. J. Igleheartroad suit, road reCentertown, SmallhouseandCeralvo ported opened lor travel. JohnT. Rone $500' G D.. Royal road suit. Demurred Cromwell, precinct E- E. Rogers and motion to quash filed, and con. $300. tlnued. Shreve and Olatlon Jo. Petty C. T, Whlttlughill petition for a $300. graded school at Trisler. Continued East and West Beaver Dam and for report of election. McHenry precincts E. T. Smith J, C. Harrel motion for new road report oi commission filed and continNorth and South Rockport and ued. Cool Springs A. B. Stanley $350. The will of Elizabeth Cooper was Sulphur Springs T. W. Acton probated. $230, W. J. Riley qualified as executor ot the estate of Elizabeth Cooper defATKO.HlZB Til B OLD ceased. r D M Hocker qualified as of the estate of Oscar L Hlnes, deceased. S. W, Riley qualefied as Road and Dredge commlsloner for Buford and and Dye Works. Best or Work Heflln voting precincts m Guaranteed. Reasonable prices. Shipped on Tuesday and return Special Session on Thursday leave'Jour Laundry at Foat office. Have your laun At a special session of the Ohio dry for me. Fiscal Court held In Hartford last Lyman Williams, Agent, , Monday arrangements were made to HAUrt-tKBMT. - have used sorts of cough dies but it does not yield; it is too deep seated. It may wear itself out in time, but it is more liable to produce la grippe,! pneumonia or a serious throat affection. You need something that will give you strength and build up the body. tiS. SCOTT'S EMULSION edmln-Istrato- RELIABLE HOPKINSVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY wm Deeds and Mortgages. whtrt everything f Will do this Since there seems to be a popular else fails. There Is no doubt nourishes, idea that the law fixes a period of 60 about it. It or 90 days dating which a deed or strengthens, builds up and mottgage Is valid without record we makes the body stronjt and quote section 496 Kentucky Statute: healthy, not only to throw "rso deed or ueea 01 trust or mortI ff this hard cough, but to gage coaveylag a legal or equitable Cartifv the ivittm atfainst title to seal or personal estate shall be If vou are fuHhw attacks. valid against a purehase for a valua1 ron down or emaciated you ble , consideration without notice thereof., or against creditors until should certainly take this nourishing foot! medicine. jnc..nlloo,.ldniHl;;. SCOTT The four April issues of the Youth's "SflVCC. Companion will contain a number of special articles and stories engaged last year for the 1809 volume. In tne Issue for the week of April 6th will appear "The Flood in Number Three" in which Homer Greens recalls an in stance of the heroism of miners. The Issue of the week of April 13th will contain $U Clements Markham's article with. the fascinating title, for youag explorers," and first Installment of Charles Adam's Hon. " story of "A Boys' Carrol D. Wright's article "Where Living is Chepest," will appear in the Issue of the week cf April 20th, and In that for April 37th Surgeon- WALLET, ot JtS.rson. General Wyman will describe the MBS. JOHN whom bobs ta mora tlxbl j , tbsn service in an United States quarantine or wld.lj known, wrlUs. "In law I had a serero attack ot Laarlpp. article- - entiled, "Maritime Qqaran and at th and of tour monuis, in spilt 01 u tine." nhtslelins. friends ana good nurslDj couli do, a7 lunfs heart and D.rrona sjtt.m war Fox-Yard.- HeP Life" Ufa was of, ray friends gltluf ma up. 1 could only sleep brthatiM ot opiate. My luacs and n.Ut painea me urrioiy ana my ca.iu waa most f grTtinr. t could not It In on position but a abort tlm. ard not on my Uy husband brought m. left slda at-al- l. Dr. Ulles' N.rtine and Heart Curt and I IsnUUnfth.m. Wban I bad taken a bait httta of as.eh I waa muchbUrndeoottu- ulnr ncrsktutlrl took about a down bot- tlM and was completely rworeuunniuiiu aaa.aaB taa snrprua o ! Dr. MllM BeatdlM an told by all druggist nndar a posJUr tsKy.'.'w"i so comploUly wrecked, sn words can be spelled correctly from these sixteen lettets. For example-t- ea, feet, at, etc. The Hamll Seed Company will pay Two Hundred Dollarsln cash to the person sending them forty words formed as above. If you are good at word making and can form forty words write your name anil aiMraaa nlatnlv on vonr Hat and '"lose the same with fifteen two cent stamps tor ten paciteu 01 ueanutut Flower Seeds of ten popular and diner. ent varieties. Onr object In giving this Two Hun dred Dollars Is to attract attention to and Introduce our seeds In the U, S. This offer will be carefully and conscientiously catried out and It should not be classed with catch-pennWe will spend a large amount oi money to start our trade and want your trial order; you receive the greaU est value in seeds ever offered. If two or more nersons succeeded la for talajr forty words the fiev will he Mony exnra spedivided pro-racial prizes ot value will be awarded sending twenty five words or more who will assist la Introducing onr seeds and specialties. Satisfaction is absolutely guaranteed. Seed your list as ealy as possl ,ble. Address Hamll Seed Co., 96 5 Warren Ave., Chicago, III. y ta. NOTICE. I will not be la my office from April to April to Inclusive, aay eaehavt leg business with me saeaM either, come la before or after the dstet mentioned. 13 - b. i.ii. ' guarant, erst ooui. Fch Rooms. tr HMTn a ka tj,..Na C1a blood beauty without U. Usear.t. Candy ky H Respt B. BOWN,ChQiUu,XtwYei. each deed shall be acknowledged or fundad. Book oa of th atari and proved according to law amljodged (raa. umlUiuuAddrtM. 00, Wikart. Ud. pa. iiBDiaaL tecord." a Etltietjrail cl.sn your WiaJ and km 4n, birring P tk Uiy Tlvtr and drWlaa all body, Hm UwUy to fra and that sickly bilious compUiK t Ukina CstcsrcU, ltuty for ten i.nts. All druggists, utitfaclloa guaranteed, JOc.JSc.Wk. I (1 s u ci: CONSUMPTION The Wonderful Doctor Slocum System of Treatment Is Demonstrating Every Day to the Entire Civilized World, that Consumption is Curable. Hartford Republican. THOUSANDS HMOEEN CURED. accompany each Davison. Inanr mihltratlnn. Register Land Office Uhas. O. Remittances may be made by Post- Reynold. Oltice Money uraer, Kegisterea . Insurance Bureau Commissioner-- D. ter, Bank Check or Draft. W. Comlugore. Prransinrtnn ItylenApA for rinblls Adjutant General D. R. Collier. cation or on business connected with State Librarian Miss Paul Deane the office, to insure prompt attention, should be addressed to Tun RBfCBL- i- Hardin. FROM THE STATE PRESS. Attorney Qenoral W 8. Taylor. Auditor Samuel Q.Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Col. Bryan received about seven FRIDAY, APRIL 7. Commissioner of Agriculture Hor- million votes In 1896, and each one Statistics Lucas of them has a different idea as to and ticulture Moore. The real name of the writer should Superintendent Publlo Iustructlon-- what the Demccratlc patty should do communication, to W. Tonight Is out of order, causing Sick Headache, Heart burn, or Constipation, takea dose of If your liver Biliousness, J. CAN. By Special and Particular Arrangement, Four Free Prep arations, Embracing the Complete Slocum j - ajrsicra, may oe uoiainea oy every Reader of This Paper. JT, Tub RepobucakIs mailed regularJno. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. ly to Its subscribers until a deflnlte Dempsey, H. 8. Irwin. Becretary order to discontinue it is received and Samuel F. Brown. alt arrears are paid in full. Tuts CONGRESSIONAL. is ft per year II paid In adSenators lion. William C. Lind vance, but it not paid in advance will be $1.25 per year. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. ii THE CRUCIBLE. I'ROM TENNY UAOAZ1NE. say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. Kcprcsentativo Fourth Hon. D. II. Smith. District STATE LFOISLAVTURE. run behind the wall. Walls have been known to It Is not always safest to Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. R. O. Jarnagin. Senator OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. jKV Vi,N SJi ;' ll"fMlilT flTl folllw.awYWli. 1 J J)H rmtiwiw BJJJJL (A '$ Ms. a N a. -- Pi 'L' HAVH BFflYBlHki MlljTnl jTyi aw I A I LIVisIbVIbVwIIiI ! v"' Consumption Is curable. Third Tt stops at once alt catarrhal and The discoTery has been made, perfected, nweou discharges and kills the cough. Fourth It provides a true tonic influence, triumphantly tested and siren to the world which Invigorates and stimulates, vitalizes b the erainant American medical nil weak spots and brings the entire system Dr. T. A. Slocum. birk to a healthy normal condition . The. Blocura 8rrem Is a thorough, comexpert-pedall- li and comprehensive System rf Treat-KeconsisUng of Foar distinct Prepare-WorCombined, they represent the actual annlhilator of Consumption, couths, colds, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, weakened and run-dow- n systems, anemic conditions laryngitis-, grippe and its serious Pint The Slocum System kills and drives out of the human system every death-dealin- g germ, thereby rendering it susceptible to treatment. Secend It Introduces a building up, fatfood, which tening, strength-restorin- g tissues and brings the disease-waste- d the threat andlungsinto active, healthy use. bine lint of all, this glorious discovery Is yours for the asking. By a special arrangement made Ith the Doctor, readers ol this paper mayobtaln the Four Preparations makingup the complete Slocum System, as illustrated alrave, by sending their completo names, postofnee and express addreves to the Slocum Laboratories. 08 and 08 Pine Street, New York, being sure to mention this paper. Editorial Advkj. Wrlteto the Doctor ask his advice, and he n 111 ghe you the henefltof his years of experience. Don't delay, but send your full name, postufllee and exnress address to llr T. A. Slocum. 9S Pine , and be sure to say 8tret, Kttr York. that you rtadthls i nerousoSerin this paper. ' m fA Iroquois Bicycles 400 of Uta SIC J5 Isfl BictcIm MHWli Jblark, taatooiiaadeaMli ma urtaua nignfraaa fanou IrOquOtS Model 3 UflC UULUlfl wkllal ftaminaJion and apcrofatbaifctoffraaHbjaet t If vow aiia sat alw tka irtataat Ckleaco, W aay aa far tr smj utE fjAVcr DitfViOi crc nn tad cub (or tui WB town ta rprntDlwTvUCOnkNiiiiuiio.vwiitxulDXXiivciazvva nAYC ra. Hundrada awry effar bet ILcir Wla la t ytar Tlia tu den auipracu inrougaufat, n much uaaraait wita avary ucrtJ - wanWd and w wiUal ipC O D. (urlha Ulanea (IS 15 uJ aipraaa ebargaa), dn t And tt tba aiaat wtsdarfsl Ekftl Ofr (n aaad tBd It back t our Meant id aenust for cuh full with erdar OUDER TOlAVif yaadontwiftt4ldtaappiNnta4 IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED SET ?.1. Ui at ftfore.4 lMtirlilrkiUIIktud w ba lbbought got ant raplant4 Iraqi. a Hi aJ U tO ata aa it wt 4ll lw rydta.nniahadtad CMupltt.. Made to SOllBtSOO. Tail our trualem wt hv eDcluila4 to sell lhc tw t Juat what verttM Ibay aUnd and mat ln nkrvrloua tTtr of Mwdl 8 IROQUOIS BICYCLEatSie.UklUUjUUTUtrba.ia ajia Wrfqnlilx KTviiricur Iraqveia Modal t flCQPDIDTnU kdaUtladdfacnMMMi n too will a&owato atari bhalbv Ik in Mamltaa ULOunlrlUra crank, dtUchabl aprocktta arth cran, tvoJnf imprera4two-picc- t birralhuhiaaiid hantar tUin.dron fin I nlekat anlanmlt aulura. Kra:0Bt fra ara, tt, 94 and M in , Lad tt 22 la i beat Kacord ffuaan ir Pre Ta HlejtU lla KcIbIt umhi ( aani varuad; tomauir tad Wrtta f gr oar UWrftl Id tba world and ara perfertJy rtlUUe to oar cuitomen tvar jwbr It whaal to tf ant. prfaltleB aayWe artorknown iftrjrwbera bouaa refer to baak i w w la work wt butceat in J. 1. MEAD OYCIE OO.. Chicago, III. if LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket OrUee, aJ2 Fonrtli Are. I'altn Depot, Nevenlh A Hirer. Tssxz: xsr l.ouiawlle to St. Louis srrsss, :fAT,en it, aooo. No. 45. & AVest. Leave Louisville " Owensboro 11:40a m ' Henderson iM5P m " Evansville 1:15am " Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:32? m X.OTrXO-VZr.X.33 No. 41. ' 7:45a m St. Louis to Louis lllo No. 44. tf:35P m Leave St Louis 7:56a m ' Mt.Vernon n:s8ptn " Evansville a:2op m l:55 3:46pm 1:25am " Henderson " Owensboro .V44tra 7:20a m Anlve Louisville 7:45pm . 7:45a m 10:43a m 1 1 :40a m WO X4o. 41 East. No. 46. 8:55p m .1 2:45a m 3:10a m 7:30a m 4:00am IIVJLSTnrI..T3. No. 43 Leave Louisville . " Hawesville. " Owensboro, " Henderson, Arrive Evansville , 12:45pm 1:15pm o, 42 6:50a m 7:15a m 4:5op hi 8:o4p m 9'05p m io::op m io:4op m No. 44 2:aop m 2:46p m 3M4P m 4:4op m 7M5pm No. 45 8:35p m n:o8p m I2:58p m 12:55a m 1:25am No. 46 2:45a ra 3:10a m 4:00a ru 4:50a ru 7:30a m SVASTCtn Leave Evansville " Henderson " Owensboro 8:15a m 9.13a m 'J Hawesville Arrive Louisville i2'35pm All IralP ran through aollil is t.vninvllle. Throagb Parlor Can and I"ll mau (ileepera oil nil Ira Inn to Evnuvllle nd (. Ionla. Dniuber 41 3 anit 43 rooneel at Irvlnjlon lor 1'ordivllle A IIarllniburedally. .... .... .... .... .... YOU GET Mothers! Tint child-birth MORE In the Twice atWeek CourierTuurnal than in any other paper publ'elied both in quality and quantity. 104 d!scom dangers of can be almost en-- 1 tirely avoided. WineofCardul and lrflk Mwmc relieves ex Papers One Year lor 50 Cents. Courier-Journal The Twice pectant moth trs. It gives nuts them in condition to do their work perfectly. That makes pregnancy less painful, shortens labor and hastens recovery after child-birtIt helps a woman bear strong healthy children. fall. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge OwensA iool and a wise man ought to be boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney good friends' both have a good deal In Owensboro. commou. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. It often happens that our good In8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. them, and tentions have a string to Rowan Holbrook, Master Commis-sionwe hold one end of it. Hartford. 1 G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Ifweareassureut our neighbor's . neighbor Hartford. as we are oi our own, our 8. T. Stevens. Sheriff Hartford. would be almost as good as we are. BenBeautiful scenery Is seldom very Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. II, ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tinsley, good for agricultural purposes. It is Court convenes first Monday in the dead Cat monotony of prairie that March and Auguetand continuesthree world. gives the food supply of the weeks, and third Monday in may ana It Is quite likely that If whiskey November two weeks. COURT. COUNTT masqueraded under the name "extract Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartford. of grain" it would be admitted with M. 8. Ragland.Clerk Hartford. favor to many more households. M, L. Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. be: rid of a man loan If you want to Court convenes first Monday in him money. each month. The man who fails and dees net pay COURT. QUARTERLY may live to tail another day. Begins on the second Monday in A good man is a drop of oil on the each month, COURT OP CLAIMS. ocean of humanity; his influence is Convenes first Monday in January, and protective. He Monday rides over all the waves of adversity and Tuesday after the second in October. and Is not overwhelmed by the wild OTIIER COUNTY OFFICERS. est turmoil of the waters. He is the N. Moxley, Surveyor. oil of the ocean. G. D. Royal, Assessor. The poor make no new friends Fon Rosers, School Supt, L. V. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur they lose old ones. II virtue were practiced by all who Springs. Poorhouse C. R. Campbell, admire, we should have a world of Keeper, Hartford. augels. JUSTICES' COURTS. First love can never come to man T. A. Evans Court will beheld or woman the second time. at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, September 1st and December 18th. In a package containing about B. F. Graves Court will be held pound and which purpoats to at Buiord on March 30, June 29,Sep-tetnbcontain a full half pound, the manu28 and December 21. facturer puts a printed card to his pa8. J. Weller Court will be held trons which begins aa follows: "The at Sulphur Springs on March 28, June public Is most emphatically Informed 27, September 2G and December 23. that in these times of humbugs, ImiH. B. Taylor Court will be held tations and cheap substitutes," and at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, then follows with a protestation of his September 2 and December 9. W. A. Rone Court will be held at own honesty. May 29, on I often think that fate gives us Centertown and February 13, November 1. August 28 much that we don't expect In order to CITY DIRECTORY. deny us something that we really W. H. Barnes, Judge. want. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. TOWN TRUSTEES. The tact which we use In our dealS. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. ings with others Isn't to be compared I, A. Thomas, Treasurer. to that which we have to exercise In jno. E. Bean, Sec'y. order to be on good terms with ourGeo Klein. A. D. White. selves. Preston Morton Ppst No. 4- - G. A. Who ever heard oi a rolling stone R. hold their regular meeting Saturcomplaining because it gathered no day before the first Sunday in each beautiful-rounde- d moss? Is it not proud of Its month in Court Halt at 1 o'clock p, W. A. Carson, Cora. shape? And certainly no one m. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. ever called it a mossback. In most things it tikes two men to THE BE3T OP THBM ALL II do one man's work. One makes, the other sells. The fellow who isn't strong enough to kill his competitor always has for I nONTHLYJAGAZINE I his motto "Live and let live." If a man thought as ill of himself at 10 o'clock at night, when he goes Contains a eoaptetf nortl in every numa lane ber. to bed, as he does at 4 in the morning and In addition toraiding quantity or useful matter. surtalnlns; when he awakes, he'd never go to tt MKHniwI afartM, whteh ara f o mMf sleep. It should b per The postmaster in a little conntry scription, as.00 In every household. Subyear. to whom wanted la trety town causes more transcient sorrow or lbAttala llboral Inducement town, M offered. most will happiness than he would care to re 3. 8. UmHOOTT O0MP1HT, mMUniTI, member. PHILADELPHIA. Some "passing fancies" live long enough to become vanishing ones. The present is ours, but while we are deciding what to do with it the future comes and snatches it away from us. Many a man thinks he Is a martyr to unpleasant duties when he is simply doing what he legally and morally Is obliged to do. The man who doesn't tell his love may please every one except his sweetheart. Those who speak of the limit to hn man possibility forget the great ini ventlons of the past hundred years. A weak minded man ought to marry his opposite a strong minded "wftsTaift ltj, lUlTutS, woman; but if he does he will regret TSi Ben Couth TMte. OuuL Vm M CI IH HI Ulhn. aoiatTdrwUU. it. storm-quieting one-quar- ter er et Post. to be saved In 1900 Mr. Goebel Is a very astute man. Mr. Goebel Is also a very prompt man. He has foreseen his deirat. He has measured Mr. Stone, and like the very shrewd politician he Is, sees his He may not become opportunity. titular Governor, but he may become actual Governor. If he nominates Mr. Stone, we will have a Goebel ad All the substance of ministration. power will be In Mr Goebel's hands. His smatt, crafty, bold and daring personality will dominate Mr. Stone far more successfully than Cleveland and Carlisle dominate him in Congress. Wotlcing through the neutral and Inert medium of Stone's administration, Mr. Goebel could really acr, complish more than li he were for Mr. Goebel has the remarkable capacity for arousing opposition to himself, ever possessed by any man in public life in Kentucky. The issue alter all is between Mr. Hardin. As betwteu Stone and Goebel there is really no choice, except that we think it would be better if Mr. Goebel is to become Governor to invest him with the responsibility as well as the power. We know what he stands for. He is not subject to sudden change. If he Is an extremist he has the courage of his convictions. The people of Kentucky ought to take Mr. Goebel straight, he is to be swallowed. Fulton County Guard (Oem ) Gov-gono- Hood's Pills Tho Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, and which haa been in uso for over MO jenri, has borao tho slirnnturo of mid linn been niiulo under his pcr- 457"7'z" Bonul Mipcrvlslon since Its infhticy. iAf7y. UttAitt Allow no ono to ileccivo you lit this. All Counterfeits, Imitation nnd Substitutes nro but Hint triflo with nnd endanger tho health of Iniunts nnd Children Kxpcrlcnco ntrulnst Experiment. j,f On retiring, and tomorrow your dl gcstlvo organs ill be regulated and jou will lio bright, nctlo and ready far any kind of work. This has been the experience of others; It will be ours. HOOD'S TILLS aro old by all mnllrlno dealers. 35 cU. -- ..M.... w.dlftroM. r . o.l s.r.o.a .Mir...iihu r lln., ft.f 10.. .r?.-U- II rW wit Drops Cnstorla li n substitute for Castor OH, nnd Soothing Syrups. It li Harmless nnd PIrnsnnt. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Buhxtnnco. Its ago Is Its rjunrnntcc. It destroys Worms nud nlhijs ! ovcrlshncsi. It cures Dlarrluun and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd rinttilcucy. It nsslmllntcs tho 1'ood, regulates tho Stomach nnd Ilowcls, gUinc; healthy nud natural sleep. Tho Children' Panacea Tho Mother's Vrlcnd. What is CASTORIA Paregoric, U.UiB tM . m I iMPt kilM Bwwm1 m .l.r.. .. nrwia T WUi OL" Ml. IM. SI UBMII.. M.r... M... wmfA Mt.Hrrai raa t aa will Vtk far - YaTka It wltk tWULaaillf.f-ajrwlaailOut vhU.r f U..M. ...It. X mmi mu.. UutfaSH .. "ttriv af m:miwr' wmm TwVaa4worir rwararil4aMwr, aVww4Ca.tiain,Baanai,wtaww- vs.fMastMjanrvviaaiwataw.sjm.aaA, WtisfethfiShosPlnclnx.i I. wk.n nni srsw, R.m... Ikal con wltk tho Sal. Ihat't am. oem pain, iw tton .front point AM I.y. Ih.r. or lSo Drufilita H. OIANT V1IRM10AI. CO. 800 Chirrr '- - Phlla. CtJUDwIth r&llMl U GENUINE CASTORIA Boars tho Signaturo of ALWAYS .rmptomt rwroor nf allM.1 ialTo.tlrar.nUI. nnd TtS DATS trottmonl fro. sa.su a.ctui'i mis. box k,auuu.o. r.1 lUinmllr.. lfnToenrod DROPSY nuinj thonuil Ismmi konel.M. t&a f.l.Ubl. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over uzX AcUC&M Years. 30 WVfTT. ATTORNEY-AT- - S3. DrP- - roBIIftVILLE. HCaTt'CAkT. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office nut door to Post Office. J. EDWIN BOWK. V Rotoy, W, LA v' L. VBUX. Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt atteatlon given to all business en. trusted to our care. Office In Herald building. ERDVE VpS0Mtaw Hi1 WL SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at Law, M u$MmWW 11ft f HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the couitaot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special atten. tlon given to all assignments in bank ruptcy. CHILL TONIC WARRANTED. PRICE 50 eta. CinTii, 111., Nov. U, IB. Co, BLLouii, Mo. I rtSldlctD CnJmn! W told ton 7ar. fPt boulta of CHILL TO.MC uid t.T. ROVIt S TASTILt-J-I I trot, alrwdj thu var, laalloirat-liimatiivKblUir of It run, la tha drill bu.lDu, aM . foa II itt told an artlela ton Xoura iratr,nlrarl aa your Toalo. Aaar,CJBBCO JS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. TASTELESS KY. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. attorney at Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVRIN, J. S.R. Wedding, A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania, had 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. tjlapMkH nntaiatnar to fcffaM in t 4a)r aAAaat (vtUMl U lam ft ntitf aur Ha aiTai raara 1 mtM low vnovuTlirura !a)la4a4 foa sm art U Vkm i IM flvaxnt aulou IINutralti) ra bor ta4Msn4dlbrawwllr4fertr-aMajfcaM-IW r iiiUm raw art i , kcranCanotaA York-OtmrAMttV. lprBtrtK,K Mawaia mrual imubiui mnjm awaiM m wa ot rrocatri, araaMru (CftLa)pan.sMf anataaA4a!Uri4maa4awkaafaafa, alnaaf ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATLAW, (NOTARY rUDLIC) HARTFORD,. . KENTUCKY. Will practice his prolesslon In For sale by J. H. Williams. ecouitsolOhloandadjolningcouu-de- s and the Court of Appeals. Trompt attention given to all business entrust to his care. Office in Republican building. all npiuM tiflfl''" Wanted-f- ln PatttJ cured at hout with ut PAla Book of pavr ftiMiiart uai rnear OH tt.U WOOLLtl CO. I'll ic. iiH rtorm rrjor at. Attorney at Law Beavkb Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfleld, l4 itpaiiBir Protawt your IdMjj tbr nut fcrlux too wmIUu mji, Wuhliitoo, D C for tbalr $1 SjO rls offer tad liit ct two tutadna UrwUona wtid. aaiBg Idea Who eta think of Mime elm pa J. E. IlAim-cutD- Sv itJ7jjfTi7 C Take theltEPUBLiCAN .LIPPINCOTT'S 4jMlaI rtfr. Memphis, NewOrleans AND ALL POINTS IN BEST AND MOST POPTJ. LAR ROUTE TO riHB Coon COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Aliqrney at Xa vc, Securely pliln Hollow guaranteed. Absolutely pure. HARTFORD, KY. practice all Kentucky. Whiskey simon njones co the to ONK BALLON SENDweUS WmAKfi SEND YOU AND WILL packed in Quality box. Attorney at Law, , Davidson, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special given to allbutiuess entrusted Office with County AtM bis care. torney aCCONO AND MAIN STRCETS. LOUISVILLE, KV and criminal practice. Office up Uin next door to Griffin's drQg store. Our W. O. Hickman Nelson County Hour Mash Whisky is absolutely Will his profession in Courts of Special attention given collections, settlement oi decedent's estates, road cases pure and is good for all occasions. $2 00 5 Year Old pergallon G Year Old per gallon 2 fiO Mexico, . HARTFORD, KY. 3 00 8 Year Old per gallon given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, col Texas 400 10 Year Old per gallon making Ac. 14 Year Old pergallon 600 also Notary Publio for Ohio County, 19 Year Old per gallon 600 Office North side of public square. Gas Lighted Vestibuled Trains with No charge for jugs. Boxed it desired free. Full line Imported and R. E. LEE SIMMERHAN, Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free California Wines. Sole agent Dr. Douvenir Duchn Gin, a cure forall Kidat-aReclining Chair Cars to Memphis and ney troubles; price $1,00 a quart. New Orleaus. R0SENBAUN BROS., W&lWK&Vi'iZ;,. Hartford, Ky, Will practice bjs profession in- all the Pullman Tourist Car leaves LouisT Write for catalogue or when in tho City call to see us. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties ville every Thursday night, and runs Collections carefully and promptly atthrough to California via NewOrleans tended to. Office with T. J. Smith and the South Pacifio Sunset Route. & Ce., Market b tree t. Double berth rate from Louisville to Arkansas, Attornev at law JNO. B. WILSON, and California. Attorney w - IW San Francisco only 80.50; proportionately low rates to intermediate points. HENRT FIELD ABB RUNNINO A & SON pas- is the equal oi many dailies, and the superior of all other papers. It prints more real news, more good class mat- ter, more good stories, than any other. Issued Wednesday and Saturday. A good commission to ageuts. Sample Write to copies free on application. Courior-Journ- al Company, IIY. LOUINlll.l.i:, Wmn&lui has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for years. Afewdosesoftenbriags Joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby. No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble. It cures nine cases out of ten. All druggists sell Wine of Cardul. t.co per bottle. For aivlca In cims renulrlnr special sltectons, sddrtii. tWIur symptoms. Bj 1 Special Arrangement You Can Get The fiariford and the There would be 'fewer blackguards in the world if certain men had died poor. We mean their fathers. In searching for means' to an end we often forget the end. You can make water run tap hill, but it requires a lot of pumping. From a false point of view even truth itself always seem false. We do a good deed from Impulse, and try to convince ourselves that we meant to do It. The way of the transgressor Is hard sometimes even before he Is found out. Tho Truo Wintor Routo to California. No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Dlookadoa. Hoi-lis, Attorney at Law, To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all R. R. WEDDING E. Beaver Dam, Ky Time Table. For particulars write to J. R. Traveling Passenger Agent for O. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also ask him to send ynu a copy of the Southern Home Seekers' Ounle.wliich is replete with interesting information concerning the Southern territory. It will be mailed to you free. On the first nud third Tuesdays of each month Home Seekers tickets are sold to Southern ami Southwestern points at Special Low Rates, good to return within twentyoue days from ardate of sale. Liberal stop-ovrangements. A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., ClIIOAtlO, Il.UN01. V. A. Rollout!, A. Q, P. A., Louisyille, Ry. er senger truins at Beaver Dam. GUARANTEES Will practice his profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Publio. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Hartford, Ky. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. NORTH BOUND. No. 204, Fast Mail 4:41a.m. ' No. No. No. No. 232, 222, 202, 294, Accommodation, .5:02 Accommodation. .12.41 Faet Mail 8:52 Local Freight. . . .8:10 a. p. p. a. m, m. m. ra. General Directory. 8TATK OFFICIALS, Twice a Week Courier-Journ- al Governor William O. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtoSecretaryof State Charles Finley. SOUTH BOUND. 12.20 p, m. No. 203, Fast Mail No. 231, Accommodation.. ,8:37 p. m, u. In Tti Uill' Adlory Wpirtrntnt,'' CMttinoors Msdiclna Co., Chltu-aoo- No. 201, Fast Mail Ho. 293, Local Freight. .No. 221, Accommodation, 12:25 p, m. Thoy also keep a first class Livery and 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. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio anil adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Panic. Alan Notary Public. c Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. nyc B.A.K.isriET'r, Attorney at X,avtf HAiaroRD, Ky. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Court Houte. 10:30 a. ra. . . .2:40 p. m. fTISU? SOK, Both 1 year for only '- Teiui. it. f rop'rs. VAN Sole VLEET-MANSFIE- - $1.25. This Is for cash subtcriptions only. All subscriptions under this combination ofler mutt be sent through the lUitTFonn IU.rvnucAN office. Mrs.UUIUHAU. BatxaaMajaanaj aattawaaaaMBaBHHBiaBWs I of J(TirMn,G.,Mjli "Whsn t flrsl look Win orc.rdul w hid tt.tt rrurrl.d tbra ytiri. but tould not hiv any chlldroa. kino moauu Itior I ntd a ba g Itl bibj." If it fails to cure go to your merchant AW GET rOUft MONEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. DRUG CO., llrl LtauafaHHaaHaBaHaBsaflam JLmjUIBIjlMJamgiv JnaAajaaajlsMBjjsJJjJmlaMJ pa Propriety, MEMPHIS, TENN. -- mi'wi'' ui. 'iW.llillwSmfOJn iw i M-- V