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The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican aiidtoutevllle Commercial, t yeai,fi,as and 'theMCourIrr'Jmrnat, I er, Ji 35 and the Toledo (U ) Blade, find Loulsvillt L)T patch, and the Oiobe Democrat, t 1 1 ear. year It $1 yar jl 35 25 50 The RLP0RT. "HiETEOBD OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PARI? IN TIE FOURTH Republican, C.H.&E.PALDIS.&jC., The Republican is the best Advertising medium In this partof the country. Fine Job Work Dene en Start Notice Satisfaction to all Customers Guaranteed. be Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. Subscription $1 a year. No. 38. XI. KEN tUCKY CROP HARTEORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1899. GEN. TAYLOR. Our CorrospondentTakos Occasion to Noto Somoof His Official Record. Condition of Cropa and Live Stock April 1st, 1890. Reports were received from 101 101 correspondents, representing counties. The absence Rrowlup Wheat. weather during the month ot March ha left the solution oi the fate of tl e late wheat to the luture. The comli tion of early wheat t still reported ez cellent, and a lew counties, wlicio the major portion oi tho crop was sown early, the prospect lor full average crop it good. Hevere freezing while the soil was saturated has further weakened the vitality of the plant, and were it not for the wonderful recuperative qualities so often shown we LalallllllllllllH aaBBHBH aaaaaaaLHa.llMlBaa.S ' aLLalllllB aaaaLsB H H might despair of receiving any return ' 1 jT cent, of the from a considerable per average. A Lumber of correspond' enti report that the acreage will sure ly be reduced by plowing up and owing to other crops. We would advise .that ample time be given for de yelopmenl before resortinjj tor this mMsurer All vegetation is lully one aonth late, and the prospect should!. Black Satteen 8J0 re judged accordingly. Heayy rains Ladies' bote, per pair 60 have also damaged the, crop by wash Children's hose, per pair i...4c By the wholesale. We have bought' COO pairs gullies In the rolling lands and 31c ing Indigo blue calico of Sample Shoes in addition, to our regular ..2jc by overflowing toe bottoms. A good calico stock. Will give you great bargains. .oc Wo JLest calico, condition April 1st, averages The 3 pound 1 awxli..... . . 5c 7, . .. Brown domestic, by bolt 3Jc will sell from 15c per pair up. 77 as.' compared with normal years jucADS Ou 630 Hope bleach 15 pounds Jelly.. 30c a loss of three points since March 1st. 85o A, man's plow shoe Good bleach .' 00 MjntfX , 040 The avcrge. condition on this date for fUc Alabama plaid per yard 50c up .Slippers lHCOQ Oc DjC Cottonade N. Y. Camlet , the past three yean bis been as folIn fine goods, we have all the latest stylo Granalated sugar 18 pounds forr....... $1.00 use . lawu lows: 1898, 101: 1897, 94; 1890, 59. 1. ' ' ' and shapes. Roasted Coffee, per pound nn 1 10c 9o Lonsdale Cambric , The western section shows the low, S , ,...10o soap... tamDnc. 2 No. 1 Lamp Chimneys 5c eat average condition, 69. In the con- , Good PInid Shirting .40 3, cakes Toilet soap 5c average condition is tral section the 4c Gingham Brown sugar, 20 peunds for. .$1.00 Crash, per yard 2Jo 78; in the eastern the condition is 85. .va.uv u chairs.. 3c Scrim, per yard The condition in the western, section $12.00 , 3 piece Oak suit...., 40o Blue Cottonade pants has suffered a loss of 1 point since 45c ...$17.50 Steel rod umbrellas, 20 inch A cood Sewing machine We are agents for the famous Iglehearl Bros, March 1st; the central a loss of 7; Tobacco canvas, per yard $ 1.00 'Bedstead (lull width) flour. There is no flour as well known in this points, the eastern a loss of 3 points. Oil Cloth 12Jc to 15o $1.00 , Rocking chair... country as the Famous Swansdown. We will Double width cassimere 12Jc Other Crops Oat sowing is hardly A 'nice Hall Tree ....,$7.00 sell this to vou at 84,25. A 'good 'family flour 10c Beautiful lino Duck begnn in a majority oi the counties, 2.85 0' foot Extension Table Beautiful line Piqua for $4.00. Third grade for $3 05' per barrel. 12c to 15o and ior this reason no attempt is made, at an estimate of the acreages A few counties report about onethali aLawHKaaLIaiZaEja-BaE5MGaWaKJaaL taC3sV I a aaw axaaaaamiaaaaiaaiKa.awamwpaBaB yfc n aaanaasiaBaBaFaaBaaaiaHaaHB of the acreage sown in tbo mud. The sr burning and sowiog of tobacco plant beds is likewise much delayed. Very few growers have plants above ground at this date. Clover has wintered fairly well, a portion of the old clover only being frozen out. Tasturee have made no growth worth naming up to) the present. The number tiiiEET and Lambs. of spring lambs, compared with the number In 1898, is 67 per cent., the the lose being probably the heaviest ever sustained. The absence of the usual amountof grazing at this season causes a further lots in condition. The character of the winter ha been opREADY-NAD- E posed to a thrifty condition of sheep, and the loss oi old has been correspond ingly heavy. The loss from ravages of dogs is slight, sversgiDg a little lets Wfe than 5 per cent Fbuit Pbobtkctu. Owing to the backward season the development oi cordifruit buda.is not sufficiently advanced to judge accurately the fruit prospects. There appears to be no doubt that the peach crop will be a total failuie. Many oi the peach trees also are dead. 1 Tiie heavy rains and continued cloudy weather has been exactly suited to &u. .Will enable both fruit nd forest trees to recover from the effects of the terrible freeze during )he month of)February. The Passing of "Charlie."' lie.' Questions as tohts where about The Election Law Is an Issue Suburban Ravels. The condition of fruits, as far as "Isn't It awfnj dull and lonesome naturally followed. A tear dimmed preeenl developments show, averages out your way?" 'It Is strange bow readily people her pretty blue eyes, but' it was. quick-l- y The election law was made an issue follows; Apples 82; Peaches 0; Pears "Dull?, No; somebody gets stuck ta find consolation latter a better half followed by a coy smile a slight when a Republican Governor vetoed it 54 j Cherries 49; Grapes 75; Straw, the mud near our house every depaits," said a thoughtful woman to confusion of manner, as she exclaim-ed- : It will be condemned in the Republican berries 84; Lucas Moorb, ' night." Chicago Record. platform, and It must be Indorsed or her bosom friend. Commissioner of Agriculture. Oh! but I'm not Mrs. "Charlie? repudiated by the Democratic' eonven "Yes, said her friend, "I know a man who asked everybody In church any morel I'm married again! You ion. It cannot be ignored without to pray for htm alter he had lost hla see. when "Charlie" died there was party cowardice. The man has al young wile He feared he would com. business to settle, and the lawyer was ready been nominated in a Democratic Df. Jitrlman oftrt Ait advici to farmts on tht trtatmtnt of cough andcolit. kind to roe and wanted me to marry county who will Introduce a bill tota auiciae, ana o wanieaspiruuai to guard against colda. I ilia nf aid. That was less than rear aeo and him. And, you know no matter how peal the election law. A minority of Nearly all the children begin with now hla engagement is announced " long we 'waited. ''Charlie'1 would Democrats voting with thelRepublN never have beta any deader than he cans may repeal it and put Kentucky taklnir cold. It jour "I was stopping at a health resort back in the' election market for'igoo, child catches cold don't wait a moment before in Colorado," said the first speaker was; New York Tribune. attacking that cold. A Governor's veto may be needed' to . due To Hie Ignorance or neglect ot parents lacom- - smiling, "when.a chipper little' east- A Thousands Tongues avert this calamity. Why is the dec quarters for herself termination of many children's em woman took the fatal Could not express the rapture of tlon law not. an' Issue? Hopklnsville Pla!nU., and consumptive husband, called,wth Annie E. Springer, ot 1116 .Howard Kentuckian. im nm miorniou w. v w. i. legst,, Philadelphia, Pa., when shefound proper course to pursue to drive off the grim humor o( the west, a one aai BBBBklBaK. stlaBBBBBHMaiaflEL ' a child's cold, write to Dr. nortnran, ged man. Although not intellectual, that Dr, King's new discovery tor A New Admonition for Demopresident of the Surgical uoiei, she was amiable and obliging, and, Consumption had completely cured crats, Columbus, O, , for advice, and aak for withal, so devoted to husband, whom her oi a hacking cough that for many some of hla freo books which contain Wat gen bad made life a burden, All other tho most pertinent facta about colda she called 'Cbatlie,' that she "Vote as you shot" used to be a erally thought well ot'by the other remedies and doctors could give her andcoughsandallcatarrhaldlseases, prejudicial motto. In view of the an Hartman'a great pre. boaiders. Her attentions to the in no help, Dr. but she says of this Royal tagonlsms developing over the Jefle- rscrlptlon, la wholly vegetable. It valid couti not well be ignored, as Cure-- "lt soon removed the pain in soulan dinners, "Vote as yon eat" off colda entirely if taken at warda of the demonstrative kind my chest and lean now sleep soundly tho beginning In proper doses. It they were threaten to become ithe dividing war brcaka up settled colds quickly It I Thr way 'Charlie' ate and slept and something I can scarcely remember words of democracy. Nashville Ban aclentlfio and eafej there Is no mys coughed or did not eat and sleep and doing before. I reel like sounding its ner. tery about it. Dr. Hartman'a book cough was chronicled morn, noon and jell just how t acts and why, All night, but, seeing that heait 'was In praises throughout the Universe. So Side Lights On History. will every one who tries Dr. King's druggists sell It. Mr, T. Bogers, Elgin, 111., saysi the rieht place,' people goodhumor New Discovery for any ttouble of the edly put up with It. "You have no fears?" said Caleb. Threat', Chest or Lungs. Price 50c, Dr, S. B, llartinan, Columiui, O. "None," replied Joshua, who, by "However sad to relate, 'Charlie' and $t.oo. Trial bottle free t J. H. Dean Sib: "Your medicine saved my baby's life. We atopped all treat-dedid not thrive on high Colorado altU Williams' Ding Store; every bottle the way, was the tou ot. Nun, This but yours, and now he Is a guatanteed. antl expansion talk doesn't scare a beautiful boy. It was certainly a tude and low Colorado diet, and it was ' a. m again, so A decided to take him home miracle." Formldabl Doub-t- '. cent's worth," Meantand Subqcquntly he went over and took Mra. Decking, Kaat Toledo, O., the bulletins of 'Charlie's' doings Ie Combipd. a Medicine Co. I were transferred to the east. write to the The advance In price of quinine possession ol the lands oi thcjllttitee, Is the best Dean Sihs: " "Not manv weeks afterward the would not open up such chilly proa the Araprltes, the Canaanltea, the medicine, I ever had In my house. wasaatou pecta for. those who bve.acqnltedithe Pftfijtlt, thelllvltw andthejtjbut p My children had a bad cough, and Colorado boarding-hous- e h- - ished to hear again the gay tones ot shat habit. If it was not tor the fact sites, because auca was wnat, be was WT r oneoi uieraunu ih.im.1 cured them all wltn Mrs. 'Charlie' making Inquiries for a that'ltwas preceded by the fenaatlon commanded to do. and because, morer BaB BaMaa." ot tha treatment pf coagl.a and colda I ot room, but this time her voice was not of ajwhlskey trust.' ChicagoTjme-Htral- d. over, It was a case pi manifest des-- r to narenta. ThU knowledee U offered tiny, Chicago Tribune. supplemented by the cough of 'Char All Mtarrhal diseas succumb to W: ' W. If I An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effect of the well known remedy, Srnur or Fios, manofaetured by the CAUrowJU Fio Braup Co.. Illustrate tho Talne of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants; known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them In the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the ayatom. It Is the one perfect, strengthening laxative, cleansing tho system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers' gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per tnaneutly. It 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 ties are used, n they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of. the remtdy are obtained from senna aromatic plants, by a mathod known to tho California Fio Syrup Co. only. In order to'get its btneBelal effects and to avoid Imitations; please remember the tnll name of the Company printed on the front of every package. and-othe- Business ProposM Why not come lo Rockport and go to ' dB-- tllllH H-MSa- allllH-4aaPaaaliBB- ' BROS, u. To buy goods when you can secure such bargains as they have? We Name You a Feu Prices Which We Feel Will Interest You, ?. If Dry Goods. ........... ..,.., SHOES ii vt CAUFORN1A.FIG AIT SYRUP CO. LOOISVIZXB. art. WW YtKLK, .' T. Sec psrtottl For ule by all mciiMi-Pi- ki Ml I tfLAHCUOO. OAL. ..... Groceries. ) )ier)a)ti IMUMg N1COTINIZED NERVES. Hllllw. el tawlea's mm d alter day teed thdr nerm rHk teeceeo, unW thl strm become nlcetlald and Hie tee NERVES bleed ertee and erst for wore fetuses. Tsars eaHed a kasH. It's a tHsecte, and In ail this world taw is but eat gutrcMted cure. NO-TO-BA- ...... ...... ....... ...... ..... .........................'jC bars-Leno- ...,;..... Furniture. FLOUR. .......................... ....lc Q. I. I. Ovf OM million box said la two rears; 300,000 cured, tells lie story el hem-mala- k P merit. a resteres vitality lo weak men. Many reetrt a gain el ln pounds In ten days. 60 buy R under r, ore) ,.,. your DRMMST'S IUMAHTEE. authorised to soil uador abMlnta guarantee tpcuraarorr form-- ot tobacco uals. guarantee, freo aaiipls of Oar wrltUn booklet calico. "Won't Tobacco Bplt and Smoke Your tito Away," malli for tho aklnr. 8TEni,INO ItKlirW CO. Chicago, loatroal,Oaiw Nowyailc tf S,.,iimmmih.m,miii,m.mimih.hm.im. citJr eatharU 100 Ocun.UpaUao.Oulj tun KverydrBiicbt I We have a large assortment of Plows, Disc Harrows, Corn Drills, etc. We a agents for the Famous Oliver Chill Plows. Everybody knows their merits h Clothing Here's Where we SaYeYouMoiiey-- . PiaOADsTTII vAQvAKsi Sour Stomach CASCA. I waa Ia4a.a4 "Arur IU u.t.r b. wltboat t. try lb. boat. Ib.m la ITT. I Uj llnr'Vu la a v.rr bad .kip, aal nr tod aca4 and I ba4 .tomacS troabl.. Kow, .In., usiIM tua ng Cutinu, I iral So. Ib.si vita b.aSlal raialta (or aor tKwaca." Jo, tunuag, mi Coasnu at, St. Loala,' Mo. 91 Mr-w- 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 $1.00 to $1.50. We have some good values in men's suits at $4.50. What do yqu think of this? We have suits at $2.50.. WE TAKE ORDERS FOR NOBBY SUITS. dJflBm, fC M Pavl CANOV CATHARTIC J nr riuoe uuta acmmo miiifH.HMi'Am riaauai. raTattBW PW.it.' TuU Ooo. ailpa.lt, M.K. Oooo. !. ffnkn. .t.f ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Slarik mi-tuac Our Millinery Department, of which Miss Elizabeth Plummer has charge, com? plete in every respect. Sailors at 15c and up. Nicely trimmed hat for $1.66. have Dressmaking Department,also in connection with our business,. We could quote many prices in keeping with above, but ua hint to the wise is sufficient." We ally invite a close inspection of our stock and prices. lwl Iwu), rStoM ri?."dcji-; Hfi, fa. Ill - GIBBS BROS., ROCKPORT, KY pay highest market price. I.?! m1 VM W-- . We want your Wool, Eggs; Chickens, DMK.&K TtaLMdliiK Specialists of ArmIi 20 YEARS IN OHIO, - 258,000 Cirri, Inasmuch as Jim Dandy Scott, who is running for Attorney General, in his speech at Hartford took occssion to jump onto General W. S. Taylor In a very unmanly way. I have been working up some of his official record since he has been serving as Attorney General ol the State, and find that he KtXUHKNePA-- . That is the ayrtf druggists sell has won more suits ior the State dun. log' his term In office than all the oth Grove's TAsTfetssS Ciittt'Totnc tor Malaria. and 'Fever, er Attorney Generals combined for ly iron Chills quinine ! itteslmp. and tasteless the past 20 years. Scott .said Inlhls 101 m. Children Jove It Adults prefer speech that Bill, Taylor wouldn't It to bitter, nauseating Tonics'; Price, ' 1 tf know a law suit when he saw Itj I joe.' wish to call the attention oithepeo-- . tMYMBni ) pie. to the suit he recently won for the Bau. 8jM State against Auditor's; Agent Barker, tMfBLaVTO. tt of Jefferson county, aad quote what . : the Paducah Snn has to say nsioK Kegaraiess ut Age lows: The kidneys' are responsible for "Attorney General Taylor deserves credit for winning the suit against more sickness, suffering', and'deatbs former Auditor Agent Barker, of Jef- than any oilier organs of the'boSy. A malorltv of the llUafVltrfw fw. ferson county. This was one ot the most gigantic steals ever perpetrated pie tOMlay'is traceable to kidney trouWhile the amount ble, It prevades all classes of society , on a community. paid to him amoanted to over $40,000, in all climates. remrrHesa nfgr . ' "1" or. condition. 0" the statute of limitation barred' symptoms ol kidaev trouble The from .being collected; thlsseeins a bad law that wilt protect a man who are unmistakable, such as rheumathe courts say virtually robbed the tism, neuralgia, sleeplessness., paiu T (n tho hai-..l . people. Governor Brown sent a spec- or. dull aehe urinate often day or night, profuse or ial message to the legislature citing this gigantic steal and demanded a scanty supply. Uric add, 6r brick dust deposit in 'law forever' preventing its recurrence; recommending' that a suit be brought urine are signs oi clotrtred kidnevs. to have the money illegally collected causing poisoned and gersa-flllturned back into' the treasury. If Wei blood'. SomeHmea the heart acts mistake not, Hon. P. Watt Hardin badly, and tubes casts (wasting of the was Attorney General. He failed to kidneys) are found In the urinewhlch. .Atiwi1 iii ii ia urignrs nm icauit 'ilj w', ... take ' any steps' ior its recovery. It I".. .. uIm. .. Disease, the mrwr iati remained for General Taylor to bring ' a suit, alter Governor Brown's term kidney trouble. the All these Bymptoma and conditions expired, and push it io a successful Ge'neral Taylor has are promptly removed under the In termination. good officer. This is only fluenceofDr. Kllmer'a. Swamp Root raade a one. 01 several auiu uc nan won mat, it nas a world, wide repnUtlon, for its turned thousands of dollars Into the I wonderful cures of'themost'distress-in- g ' cases. btate treasury, lie is a nam worker 'No one need be long without it as and met with phenomenal success protecting the' it is so easy' to ict at any. drWttore defending and Interest's of the State. He could at filty cents or one dollar. Yotf can receive' a unanimous endorsement have a sample bottle oftbis wonde?-r- ..i jr .j: aad a front his party ior the position 'he mi, uiacoyery, owamp-KOO- t, book telling ill about it. both sent to has so capably filled." you absolutely free by' mall, Send How does this strike vou, Jim Dand dy? Or are you too to jruui Kuureea.io ur, Kilmer &.CO., umgnamton, n. y: and ildndly men- see. tint, tliof BArt',,tilU1lC-I.i-ir-L . u, iivuil UUVI i IB General Taylor has made an efficient the Harttokd Rsf te'u'cXkj officer and he Is loved and respected by all the people of the State regard, less" of party affiliations. Again the Somerset Paragon says: fu.ua K "We dip from the Cincinnati Ena Tza m r.rs folquirer of the the 14th instant the A Frightful Blunder ' lowing item: j a J rl'r "''Hon. John F. Hager, ol Ashland, Will often cause' a horrible Kentucky, ex State Railroad Commls- - Scald Cat or Bruise,' Bucklesir'XniI-- r sfoner1, and one of the ablest attorneys Ca Salve, the best is thei tnU, will .. v, ..... irr Kentucky, is at the St. Nicholas to kill the ipain and promptly heal It. look' alter" "legal' matters.' Asked Cures'Otd Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, ' about the Bute' races, Col. Hager; af- Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skis Erup., ter speaking of the probable Demo- tions. Best Pile cure on earth". Oalv cratic nominees, said: "Tbeproba-bllltlea;a- re 35c a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold that the Republicans will by J. H. Williams, Druggist nominate Attorney General Taylor, ior Governor, and he is perhaps their This Is Inconsistency Person- -, ttiea. strongest man, as be is a man pf considerable part, has conducted the afIt is one of the things inexplicable fairs of his office with credit from a legal standpoint, and is an eflectlve that some' persons in this couht'ry'who stumper. I am not in politics in any saW .unmoved the starvation 'asd sense ot the word, 'and only give you slaughter of tens oi thousands of women and children are cow, terthese, opinions in reply to your ribly enraged with (Jen. Otla'because matters appear to me.' bat-dlt- s. he hurts Aguinaldo's "Col. Hager is one of the leading Boston Journal, Democrats of Eastern Kentucky. m i for nftf Oats. "General Taylor seems to be away Onaraaiaad tobacco bablt Cur, Bakes w.aa ahead, so far as heard from, as a Re DM .Won, bloo4 pura, We, H, All toajltwa. publican candidate ior nomination for Governor, and it looks aslf conditions would remain so, for it would be so matter of surprise (the Republicans should unite on Vim as their standard bearer. If Gen. Taylor is the Republican nomine the cilrante of Kentucky will lie warm this fall, for he is a campaigner from away back,, and there is no one needs to be troubling themselves about! want ol harmony in the Republican party, for there' will bean nhllnrtlrir nf ? hat innf(iiv1lttr when the 'campaign 'is 6'pened." X ' 1- ttAUT'OIlV'jL, .M1! ' j' iJg.'i''14 !'' j6,-00- ed tr..t '''"?' l' "' i' thick-heade- j . ttmxm 'J Bn. ' T4 Cm-b- an ques-Uons'- n WECURESTRiCTURE ThntiMm?. Af vonnr aaj B.BSrtwulHlwllllctiilU.Ai"Mmy aaooBMlosUr. Ikcr mar hais a imart.man, iiraaai, a( wsiauon. ralmat iwibud .llibt ill;. limit, harn mtllir x.m illflleullv In MitniataclBa. ncak .inlulont. sad all lb., ijmpUml Ursau. mlddlA-aft- The Ills of Children: ONLY ONE norvoii U.UH.II m. rUllK won'll.tu.eioTiMB.ruaiMiioi ... htf Aniline. iiMiBmnr. or i.&riB Ju! 'l'hUwlllntor.vio.aiHiilllrs-Km- . Our NBW ilUNT abMili tha (trleturs lluua; M m.v. ileaao.T.r.Urn." MoMla.aoiaSir far. no doi.ntUm from butlaui or ;r B.lhoJ. 'Xb.loialorianiarilrnftb- aaeti. id, n.rv.a ar. in.isviB.w., uiw tb. bun 01 maQuoou rviumh aTaooiamllof jrouns anilnUitla.sed I m ujv"r ui.- I wen ar.'nainr ini. Mtalltr tonunuaur iapii uiuuniclonl.... 'n... fMHuiuiil. 'onral (. tho eaui. ct iheia amp,Umu. llnnMnrnl Dlfch.ra.f. iac ilanhooJ. NtrvparatH, I'oor Mem- try. jmuDuur. at iuud. diu.hw. llr,n. Nnnktn i;ci. vltn data ciroi... k.nt.MraAvA.thBiLrtatnr.ncnnanMltlr. EARN rvriH ... GUI deep-seate- -- '' iiia. FOR SCROFULA. There are dosens of remedies recommended tot Scrofula, some of them no doubt being able to afford temporary relief, but S. S. 8 is abselutaly the only whtoh completely Riwt1y:Etwl to this Herofula isremedythe mast obstinate, cures It. d one of blood disease, and is beyoo tha reach, of th many purifiers and Ionics because OlstlMti DIsiass. mora than a tnara tonla ! rauled.i 8. 8. H. I equal to any blood trouble, and never fall to oure Berofula, beaus it goedoWn to the seat of the disease, thus permanently eliminating every trace of the taint, 'ine serious oontequenees to which Bcrorul surely leads should Impress upon those afflleted with it the vital Importance of wasting, no time upon treatment which eaa not possibly effect a oure." In many ea wLare the wrong treatment has been relied upon; complicated, glandular swelling .hare resulted, foe which the doctor insist that a dangerous surgical operation la neeessary. Mr. H.E. Thompson, of Mllledgeville.aa., writes: "A bad ease of Scrofula broke out 00 the glaads ot my neck, whtoh had to be lanoed and caused me rauch suffering. I was treated for a long while, but 'the physician wr unable to euro me, aodTmy eonditlen was as bad a when I IsawaWaWV ' Wav began their treatment. Many blood remedIewerS'ud. but without effeet. Some one'reoomBMsded S.S. 8., aad I began to Improve a soon as I had taken a few bottles. S Continuing the remedy."! was soon eured nermaaentlv. and have never had a sign of the disease to rturn." Swift's Speotfie WECURE GLEET iar rkn.. l .... ...v. S. S. S. Is tin Cflly 'm ?irrTfev ed torn-thi- ns is IV Waak Hark. of AmbUlon. ilT.nrl ami KTIULv1 Dill! uiar b'a tho caui.. Don't oouioll famllr iloetori, at hy ha. no ajpfrUuco lo Utia nioclal dl.taict ilun t allow Uiutilo uiwiain on jo. vonui li..t. tlal l)proMln, Varlcocelf. IMK. n a, bilaliil.wiUhTm'lli'f'''1'J lHwuficell.naa(om.n. oianotcore. thouaan4 J.llari cur. tlr.lr csm tou. Ono,for tnalmcat and aec.pt for a ir. Ttnn.moderat.forricuro. CURES GUARANTEED 5 W. Ir..t .nJ rural KMISSIONRi HflUtrrUllK, fMlfrTKNOV. BKOlllT lillAINMJlrfNATtlUAl. iJlSrHA Id- E8. KIONrlT ana llbAliulsniiircai,... iltKATMBNT. I X3RSB. r KENNEDYS, KERGAN h 22 W, FOURTH STREET,,. . OINOINNATI. O. Mow.M With SaiurrU1 eoaitlsaUea 'A X4ocataoar tlfesss. Cawlf fm. Jia5.&rtiwrliav.. fr. MM )! aiiiMMlUflBPI Sl?r..rimt.n MS a -- nt -- . Pe-ru-- a. .. IniUad of edurlngyearof sSerif;whleh gradually. but surely uadraaIM fails to the eoBstttutloa, B, 0. S. i guaranteed purely vegetable, aad cure Ssrafula, Ksseaaa, OaneerTKaeuaaatlaaa.Ceetagiou Blood Feison; Baits, PiaapUs, Sores, TJleers, ctclaalst upon 8. 8 8. Bothiag oaa Uke Books oa blood and skin dUease will be mailed free to any address by taa Swift SfMatto Oompafly, AtUaU, OenHa. Is tho only remedy whleh can promptly reach and cure obstinate, dp-at- 4 blood diseases. By relying npon it, ana not experimenting with the vaxieu prompUy m4, toale, etc, all suSaean front Mood trouble S, js ,, fOJl THE BLOOD mm 1 nTr Tttr, IU1. hast thou Mr. Coin Harvey, of financial ce at Hartford charities of this world I Bntered at tbe school fame, has resigned from the as second class mall matter. A Mother. silver committee appointed to ulse 16 Kinderhook, April 11, 1899, dollars to t raised in the last cam FRIDAY, APRIL 14. paign, and is busy telling what finanFRIENDSHIP CHURCH, KY cial fools his former asso:iat;s are. LiT2.TOTTXTCEX33irrS I Louisville Post Annl 8 As I haven't written any FOB THE HENATK. The Morganfield San says It was thing for yourpaper for sometime, I authorized to announce Hon. We are W. Fred Loot: as a candidate for the perfectly appropriate that there thought I would give you a few items. office of State Senator in this the Sev. should be a snow storm In Union Health in this neighborhood tolerentb Senatorial District, subject to tbe county on the day Goebel spoke there ably good, action of tbe Republican party. The bad weather that has attended Mrs. Veola Westorfield spent Tueseveryone 01 Goebel'a appointments day afternoon at Mr. Morris Royal's. REFBEHENTAT1VE. FOR We are authorized to announce Hon. has been remarked, but It Is as nothT. P. Royal, wife and baby, Dehie, R. C Jarnagin, of Beaver Dam, as a ing to the frost that will overtake him visited P. F, Wecterfield's family last for the nomination for Rep in lane. candidate Sunday. resentatlve, subject to the action ol tbe ' 'What I " exclaimed Candidate Stout Republican party. Mrs. N, Rugby is sick. in his Owensboro flailing of Candidate Uncle Wm. Royal, who has been Hardlq, "this man posing as a mar sick, Is improving. Owing to the absence of both editors tyr? How can n Democrat get on the Miss Prudie Roach was the guest of ters. of The Republican, the paper is not stump and defend him with this rec ladened with as., much editorial as ord staring him in the face." How Miss Effie Ralph and Little Miss Leslie GENERAL NEWS.' usual. can he? Easy. You can't rattle the Westerfield Sunday. School at tbis place began Monday, Pjusidbnx 'M Kikley has uomi average Democratic candidate 'by April 3d, under the management of State Senator Tabor, of staring him in the face with anything nated Bellay StOrer for minitter to except It is ber first Colorado, died the 10th at Denver. standard grammar. Louisville Miss Viva Royal. Spain. citizen of school. We wish her success. I. Mlnlhan, a Commercial. Mr. Shelby Wallace and family vis- Carlisle, died last Monday, aged 86 an war was When Col. Wat Hardin had the TilE years. formally ended by an exchange of democratic nomination for governor, ited relatives here last week. Hanna Gamy, aged 22 years, Is Married, April 2d, at the residence peace ratifications at Washington and all the machinery ol the party in his hnds, and boasted himself as of tbe bride's parents, Mr. Pete Brown reported to have died ol leprosy near Wednesday noon. being assured of 50,000 majority, he and Miss Sallie Roach. May happi- Junction Clty.Ohlo. looks very much like "Dick" was defeated in a fair, square race, by ness attend them through life is the The wages of about 4,500 employes Jarnagin will represent Ohio county a republican. How can his friends wish of of a steel plant at Bcllaire, O., were Beatrice. in the next General Assembly by now hope for his election, even if he raised 10 per cent, recently, A Sacrilege were nominated, when the machinery unanimous consent. Over 130,000 cotton mill operatives ol the election Is In the hands of the Mr. Bryan first attracted the notice have started to work under a new M. Harnett has enemies? Chairman 0. Fulton Leader. schedule Increasing their wages. of the American people by a sacrileg called a meeting of the Republican Spellbinder Peak was so much ever ious outburst which Bhocked ChrisGee Danner was killed by a train Committee which is to come at the moral conrage of delegate State Central tians of reverent feelings. Neverthe at Grayson, Ky,, trying to "catch be held in Louisville, April 20tb, for Graves in refusing (as he states) to be less It secured for him a Presidential on" while tbe train was In motion. the purpose of calling the State Con- bribed, that he immediately rose to nomination from the wild eyed gathOn April 1 the Pennsylvania Steel vention. the occasion and said, to the music of ering on whose passions he played by Company, of Steelton, Pa., advanced hearty cheers, "that this young Dem his degradation of sacred religious the wages of all Its employes 10 per We are not chartered to secure ocrat should be given a rising vote of symbols to the purposes of party pol- cent. physicians for the various localities in thanks for his honesty," this high itics. His "crown of thorn" and Jefl Swindler, a young man living Ohio county, but we do know of two Peak seeming to think that any writing. "cross of gold" simile made him the The Populists of Grayson county vacant practices where experienced yonng Democrat who refuses a bribe leader of tbe fanatics of silver, and he five miles west of Mayfield, was killPassed from earth to a home in the met in convention last Saturday to ed in a runaway last Saturday afterand capable physicians would do well was an object of special wonder. skies, the 8th inst., Mr. Reuben Ran-neIs following the true method of the nominate a candidate for Representanoon. His remains were taken to the to locate. Louisville Post. demagogue in persisting in the course, failed to agree and it is Dr. Geo. A. Rawson, once wealthy, tive, but Christian church Sunday, where a however indecent, while attempting probable thafthey will "fuse" with A oakefcl investigation proves large congregation was assembled and The wages of half a million works to remain a National figure, which hanged himself In Indianapolis Ind., that the total expenditure for school ingmen have been advanced, and now was so successfully used in his first last Monday with towels, at an the Democrats again. That is tbe after a few brief remarks by Bro. 7. only way they can win in Grayson books in Kentucky is less than $240,. comes another testimonial to the bid tor notoriety. asylum. R. Taylor, he was laid to rest in tbe by "fusing," 000 per annum, yet the Goebelitea growing wealth of the American farStewart burying ground to await the Notices have been posted at the LebHis latest exhibition of vulgarity China is about to send a commer resurrection morn. V. swear that the school book trust robs mer. Statistician Hyde, ol the De- and Irreverence goes beyond any-- , anon Rolling Mill, at Lebanon, Pa., cial mission to the European and the people of the State of $500,000 a partment of Agriculture, estimates thing he has before uttered even in notifying tbe workmen of an advance American trade centers, with a view SMALLHOUSE, KY. that the increase in value of farm ani- his most frenzied appeals to voters. ii wages. year. to the promltion or Chinese com IsfioS,-355,48mals since January z, 1898, At Birmingham, Ala., he had the un Mayfield, Ky., Is having a grand merce. The Hopkinsville Kentuckian says a If the mission proves suc April 11. The surprise singing at making tbe present value enrontery to compare revival, there being fifty-twspeakable conver- cessful, Democrat has already been nominatthe government proposes to Mr Zack Reid's Saturday night was calamity howler Thomas Jefferson to Christ, and to sions last Sunday and tbe good work The found Chinese trading firms in the a success and seemed to be enjoyed ed for Representative who is pledged fiudshis occupation gone Indeed. Ex. liken the Democratic banquet, soon still increasing. great commercial towns of the world. by all present. to repeal the Goe-b-el to introduce a bill held in this city, to the Holy to be About 300 hundred election law. We will wager a Intomporanco Does. Sacrament about -- which the whole atthe Crane iron works,men employeda, Judge John B. Stone, ol Kansas Miss LUlie Barnard, our accomplish What at Catasau-qu- City, is being sued for $3,000 for hav- ed milliner, has just returned from peck of popcorn to a pint of peanuts Christian world thinks reverently, Pa., have had their wages in- ing killed a tree which stands in Evansville, Ind., where she went to that tbe gentleman wins. It poisons every department of so- speaks guardedly and would shrink creased to per cent. front of a neighbor's property. The order her fcpring hats. cial and political life, its devastating with horror Irom making tbe subject e C. C. McChord was nominated for It has been decided by tbe tree was especially valued by the Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Landrum reinfluence on the homes of our country of a jest. These were his words: Department to establishes a Railroad Commissioner for the Second are far beyond ordinary calculation. "What the Lord's Supper Is to the postal route in Alaska, which shall neighbor because of the fact that it was turned Sunday from Rock port, where planted by her son, now deceased, they had been at the bedside ol Mrs. district by the Democratic convention It not only destroys the health, but Christian, tio a Jefferson banquet is bnt for some unknown reason Judge Landrum's sister, Mrs. Wilcox, who at Frankfort Saturday. McChord is inflicts pain upon the innocent, for it to a Democrat. Just as a good Chris cross the arctic circle. a close friend of Goebel, but the con- invades the family and social circle, tian would revolt at having the sac The Maryland Steel Company, of Stone bored a large auger hole in it died last Tuesday. Sparrow's Point, Md., have given Its and fiUed the cavity with coal oil. vention voted a lack of confidence in Mr. Will Calloway, Centertown, aud spreads woe and sorrow all around. rament administered by an infidel, employes a voluntary increase in spent Saturday night with Mr. S. T. Goebel by electing a Hardin man as casts down youth in all its vigor, so good Democrat objects to having wages ot 10 per cent. "Money to patent good ideas may It chairman of the convention and debe secured by our aid, address Tub Hunter. manhood in all its strength and age in a Jefferson banquet presided over by a Mr. and Mrs. Lando Cox, Dundee, Circuit court is In session at Ow- Patbnt Record, Baltimore, Md." clining to endorse the Goebel election all its weakness ; it breaks a father's Perry Belmont." who visited her father, Mr. Frank And this is the man who poses as a ensboro with Judge Owen presiding. law. heart,bereaves a doting mother; it exWe have just received a carload of Allen, a few days ago, left Tuesday new Lincoln, who dares to compare Jake Rowe proposes to indict the in Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and The approaching international peace tinguishes natural affection and blights himself to that deep, solemn soul who surance companies at that place. Drills orthc best make to be bad and for their home. conference soon to be held ehoald have parental hope. Mrs. Alva Calloway, who has been Another case of smallpox develop- arc prepared to save you money on walked reyerently before God, whose the favor of the press of all countries. It covers our land with idleness, epigrams and humor are proverbial, ed at Evansville, Ind., Sunday a all kinds of machinery. Call and see ill, is convalescent. The disarmament of the nations is too poverty, disease and crime; it fills our but who amid them all never forgot negro by the name of Garfield Jones. us before buying. Agents for Mc Mr. J. C. Hill and mother, left Sunideal for the present conditions of hu- jails, supplies our almshouses and the respect due to sacred things, and He lives at Woodbury, Butler county. cormick's, tbe King of harvesting day for Sacramento, where they had machinery. man civilization, but every effort to- furnishes subjects for our asylums. It never shocked the feelings of the Henry Field & Son. been called to visit her grandson, Mr. ol the Navy William ward perfecting our civilization up to condemns law, crowds our penitenti- most sensitive aud religions of his C. Whitney Is believed to have been Jesse J. Gross, who has spinal menln gitis. Last accounts he was thought a standard where universal peace will aries and furnishes victims for the countrymen. This pinchback states the real purchaser of the famous to be much better. be a possibility should have the earnest scaffold; it is the of gamblers. man with his glib phrases Is no more brood mares recently sold at LexingMb Clarence Overhuls and Owen support of the people and press. It invites the father to butcher his in- a Lincoln than the common cross- ton. Ky. Hunter were the guests of Mr. and nocent child, aids the husband to kill roads blasphemer is an expounder of Gilbert Ellison, a colored preacher, Mrs. P. L. Wood Saturday and SunIf the Kentucky Democrats are his wife. It bribes votes, corrupts phylosophy. was called from the pulpit and shot day. really in favor of smashing the school elections, degrades the citizen and bis controversy with Mr. In to death in Waynesboro, Ga,, last . Miss Nella Robertson Is at her Mr. Bryan has hitherto claimed Sunday night byjlm Robinson, a book trust, why didn't they smash it legislator and dishonors our Commons aunts, Mrs. J. W. Tichnnor, Point the respect of people who believe in white man. into smithereens during the last ses- wealth's Attorney. Pleasant, Ky. straightforward honesty and decency sion of the legislature? If they could Strong drink creates a progressive Notices have been posted at the Mr. Press Brown's baby died yesin politics. They might not accept Are you frequently hoarse? pass a law, over the Governor's veto, appetite for itself, when taken even in Riverside Iron Work, at Wheeling, Do you have that annoying terday, of spinal meningitis. Reto steal elections could they not have moderate quantities it becomes neces- his silver theories, but they were W. Va., of a general advance in wages tickling in your throat? Would mains will be Interred in Equality passed a law to protect the people sary and there arises a craving de- Teady to give him credit for standing of 10 per cent. About 3 000 men will vou feel relieved if you could burying ground to day. by what he believed and sot leading a from the school book combine ? Tbe mand for an increased amount to pro be benefited. raise something? Does your movement of false pretense, as tht Since our last report death has people will put small confidence in duce the original effect. Alas! the cough annoy you at night, and visited the home of Mr, and Mrs. M. The unskilled men at the Nilcs men of no principles and all principles the promises of a .political party, to drinker finds he is a slave to the use do you raise more mucus in who control the Democracy of this Works, of America SteeJ and Wire P Klmbley and plncked from their the morning? correct abuses, which ha9 just ad of liquor, he is no longer a free man, city do. But even Tammany, with Company, at Nlles, 0 haye been nos you should always keep loving embrace their youngest son, Then journed a legislative session where it he must and will have liquor, so he all its sins, shows at least some re titled of an increase in wages of from 5 Shelby. He suffered Intensely 3 or 4 - on hand a bottle of had a majority. takes the bread from wife and chil gard for propriety. It does not go to 10 per cent. days with spinal meningitis, but on All men employed by National the 28th, his spirit passed from time The Fordsvlllo Express De- dren that he may appease his appetite into the churches and seize the ves- Tube Works Company, the McKees of sels from the altars to hnrl at the to eternity. We trust our loss is his for drink. nounces Populism. heads of Its enemies. To talk of a port, Pa., have been notified that gain. The bereaved family have the May the Lord pity the weak-min- d' The Express stood on the sinking ed men who would dare vote to bring political banquet as a Lord's Sapper their wages were advanced 10 per sympathy of the community, "It is deck, not wrong to weep over our beloved the saloon into our midst, by so doing and degrades that holy thought to the cent, the first of April. Whence all but it had fled, uses of selfish party controversy is dead," Jesus wept by the grave ol The Portage Iron Company, of But when it quit the Populist wreck they know they bring death and sor profanation. A man Duncanvllle, Pa., hta increased the Lazarus but, "through our tears ol This is they way it read: row into our homes. In our own lit' the height of grief, we niuvt look upward and reals "This paper will hereafter be strictly tie town, Hartford, where the saloons must be mad with fanaticism or drunk wages of Its men 10 per cent. The lze that our God la too wise to err and independent in politics and will work flourish, but a short time ago one of with vanity who dares make such pnddlers have been granted an adloo good to be unkind." solely for the Interest of this part of our usefnl and most noble young men sacrilegious speech. N. Y. Tribune. vance of 10 cents a ton. According to tbe latest statistics, Ohio, Breckenrldge and Hancock was stabbed to death by ope under How's This? consumption kllls70,oooof the inhabcounties." the influence of whiskey. We offer One Hundred Dollar Re- itants of Italy every year, and reduces If vou have a weak We once know a noble, generous ward lor any case of Catarrh that to an Invalid state nearly a million FROM THE STATE PRESS. throat you cannot be too young man, from whose heart flowed cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh within tbe same period. That your Laundry Is sent to the careful. You cannot begin If Hardin and Stone keep up their living fount of a pure and holy feel Cure. On April t the 800 men employed treatment too early. Each HOPKINSVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY AND DYE WORKS, fight, Bill Goebel will carry the bleed, F. J. Chbwsv & CO., Toledo;0. at the which spread around and ferti cold makes you more liable which has the reputation ol turning plant ot the Pennsylvania Bolt lug remains pf the free silver party ing, We, the undersigned, have known lized the soil of friendship and warm to another, and the last out the best work in the country. and Nut Company, at Lebanon, Pa., out of the convention in the shapefor the last 15 years, and one is always harder to and loving hearts crowded about him, F.J. Cheney had their hearts gladdened by an inmachinery is of the most All of less mass. Hawesvllle Plaindealer. cure than the one before it. modern its none but skilled workabout him, as the car of time rolled believe him perfectlly honorable in all crease of 10 percent. In wages. and The New York dinners, ranging in business transactions and financially men, who thoroughly understand ftr.Agtr'sctiCfrg pkiomi Pittr their business are employed. The Puddlers at the Vesulvlus Iron price from ft to $10, are giving Col. on clouds arose to dim the horizon of able to carry out any obligations his worldly happiness. He saw tbe and nail works, of Moorhead, Brother Bfttctis tut mug! from cms. Bryan as much trouble as n hasty made by their firm. The plant la one of the largest In the country, extending the lull length plate of soup did Gen. Scott when his smiles of joy sparkling in the social West Truax, Wholesale Drug- & Co., Incorporated, at Sharpsburg, ol a square. All work guaranteed Pa., were given an advance ot 20 cents mouth was watering for tbe White glass, he noted not the demon of de gists, Toledo, O. Hand. Help and repairing free etruotion lurking at tbe bottom, with House. Post. it Marvin, a ton, making tbe rate $4 20 a ton, Kinhan Waldino, f you have coy complaint Give us a trial if you are not now a an eager hand he raised the poisoned Whole-sa- le The turkey was first discovered in whatever and dctire the bctt customer. Leave your work with Tbe cellulose factory is a complete Druggists, Tol&Jo,,0. medical advice ;'on can pot. and he. was ruined. success. This announcement has glass to his lips, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is'tak"euinter- - America, and was taken to England albly obtain, write tbe doctor Lyman Williams, Agent, freely. Vou will receive been tentatively made several times, The serpent of inebriation had crept nally, acting dlrectllly upon h, blood in the early part of the sixteenth cen IIAttrt'ORD, UY. prompt reply. bis heart, the warm, and mucous surfaces of the system. tury. Since then It has been accli but not until very recently has It been into the Eden of Who Is our 'agent in your town, and Addren, PR. J. C. AYF.R, determined that there was no need generous aspiration of his soul became Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. mated in nearly all parts of the Lowell, Mas will attend to tbe shipping and have world. for farther experiments with improve frozen within him, the pure and holy per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. same ready for yon in due time. incuts in tbe machinery necessary to feeling which tbe love of nature had Henry Bnsro and Jim Murray, two Hall's Family Pills are the best. Leave your lauuJry at the pstt oti.ee.. post-offi- operate it. Prior to the first day of I Implanted in hi heart became pollut- January of this year ever piece of me edbythe influence of the miscall! cbanlsm in the establishment and social glass. Pause, young man. Go Im4 Friday by Ihe M ARTreRB riTBMJIHINU.CWMPAHT many of the processes was and expero to yonder burial-plac- e si few miles s Incorporated. iment. Owensboro Inquirer. from my childhood's home and ask Mr. Bryan should not be criticised who rests beneath its surface. The Fon Roorrs, too harshly because he responded moldering remains of this gifted young JSDITORS. Jno II. TuoriAs, rudely to a dinner Invitation. Mr. man he filled a drunkard's grave. Bryan's candidacy for the Presidency Intcmperanco-r- O, how many earthOfflco on Fox Stroot. Is based upon the promise that there ly Edcns hast thou made desolate! In tbis country. are no square meals how may starved and half-claor Subscription, $1 per year In advance Courier Journal. phans cast upon the cold tx d Hartford Republican. THREE SISTERS Wedded by Kelly Within Ten Months, and Death Took Two of the Brides. Atlanta, Ga., April 10. Daniel Kelly, of Hall county, holds tbe record for having contracted the largest number of marriages in the shortest space of time In this State. He was married to three slaters In ten months. In June last he married Miss Jennie Fowler, the eldest of four daughters of John Fowler. In two months his wife died, and soon he made love to her sister, Miss Sallie Fowler. The latter at first refused him, but at last gave her hand in mar riage to her brother-in-laand her sister's husband. A few months later the second Mrs. Kelly died, and this again left Kelly a widower. Un daunted by his misfortune in losing two wives Kelly again called at the Fowler house and made love to Miss Ltthonla Fowler, who also objected to his suit at first, but Saturday she relented and became the third wlleol Kelly. She la not superstitious and does not expect to die as did her sis- '! well-know- n Spanish-Americ- It men were lodged in the Calhoun jail, charged with robbing a store at Island, made a futile attempt to escape Sat unlay night. Shackles have been put on them, Robert Douglass, superintendent of tbe whitutone quarry at Bowling Green, was shot the 10th by Frank Grotswatllc, o carpenter. Grotswallls also shot young Otto Douglass the same day. A child ol S. P Ruble, while play ing in the barn lot at Vlncenne,Ind , was pawed by a horse, suffering probably fatal Injuries. The horse struck the child on the head, almost crush Ing the skull. Austin Green, aged 2t years, was killed near Ponca, I. T., by being thrown under the wheels of or loaded wagon by a runaway team, the IF wheels passing over his body and crushing him to death. Admiral Schley la a mathematician who can do most of his work without the aid of pencil or paper. In Liverpool some years ago he triumphantly bested a professional "lightning calculator," who was exhibiting there. w.mam ? w w Noah Raby celebrated in tbe poor house at Plecataway, N. J., Tuesday what he claims is his 127th birthday. The old man says he was born In the Gates .House, North Carolina, In 1772. He is an Indian and smokes IN ALL CASKS OP and drinks. Edwin Munshawer, a discharged letter carrier, was caught in the act of robbing the Norrlstown (Pa.) post- office. The prisoner says he had OAK GROVE, KY. robbed the post office thirteen times during the month ol March nnd six April is. Mr. Arthur fglebeatt times in February. has bought a faim In our neighbor At Chattanooga, Tcnn., one hun hood. Mr. Joe Jarnagin Is preparing to dred religious women filed into the council chamber and prevented the build a dwelling bouse close to this late closing of saloons. The saloons place. Mr. G. W. Martin Is buying poul can not stay open after to o'clock at night. It would be a wise thing If try for a company in Evansville. Mr. K. II. Keown has shipped his Hartlord's saloons wonld do likewise Gold was found in the gizzard ol a crop of tobacco to tbe Louisville mar dnck In Lawrenceburg, Ind., a few ket. Farmers are breaking corn ground days ago, amounting to about $4.50. and sowing oats. A score of persons have been searchMr. Reuben Norman is still no bet ing on old Ft. Hill to are II the spot where the feathered gold finders fed ter. The little boy of Slsney Thlgby Is can be located. It is a miniature Klonreported as being very sick at this dike craze. AN AGREEMENT REACHED! Between the people of Ohio County is that -'- - 5-Collins-- :- Is tbe place to buy your DryBoodSp Clothing, Shoos and Millinery, HEALTH WOMAN'S LIFE SHE USES ONE LOW PRICE TO EVERYBODY. WILL BRIGHTEN Highest Cash Market Prices for All Your Produce. DRESS GOODS- - prHerce's HViiMktt ' Presc n ption FEMALE You can't aflord to miss seeing them. Young Ladles, wo ak you all especially to call and see our handsome line of Parasoli. They are beauties and at prices that will suit you. Our Millinerr U tho talk of the town. Don't fall to call and see Wo know we styles and get prices. Everything new and can please you in this line. you come in. Better quality, worth 25c, our price 20c. 10 inch, all wool Herges and Henriettas, worth 60c, our price 40c. We havo taken great care and pains In solectlog our dress good, both in woolen and wash goods and know wo can please you both in style and price in these lines. Aak to see our Dress Goods when Henriettas, all colon, worth 20c, our nrico 16c. Double fold, all wool one way, worth 15c, our price 10c. Double fold WEAKNESS., CLOTHING. We start men's 13 60 suits at $2.60, men's (4.60 suit at $2.98. men's all BOYS' CLOTHING We start boys' knee pants at 25o a pair. BeU cial values for the price. ter grades, worth ,190, 49c, C9c and 76o-ipe- wool suits, would be cheap at 17.60, our price St. 98. Men's Cue suit, worth 10. $12, $16 aud $18 at $8, $10, 12 and $13. tailor-mad- e SHOES. leather shoes worth $1.60, our price $1.25. Better grade $1.39 worth $1.05. Still better $1.48, regular price $2.00. We ask you to call in and tee our solid comfort euy wearing shoes at all price ranging from $1,50 to $3.60. Thii line cannot be excelled by any house. M ens all solid LADIES. 6c . We call vour inecial attention to our handsome line of ladies ihocs.lace. button and oxlord ties. This line was manufactured especially for ui, . We know we can please you in price and style. You should not fail to see them. For boys, girl and your babies we are at home when it come to.ityle fit and prices on shoe for tbe little folk. Another grade A big bargain in cheviots, 8Jc quality our price worth 6J0, our price 6. A nice line dress ginghams worth 7Jc, our price Pc Better grade zephyrs, ginghams, worth 10c, our price CJ. One line apron ginghams worth 6c, our price 6c. A big drive in "bleached cotton, ono grade worth 7c, for 6c worth 81c, 'or CJc, Extra heavy yard wide shirting worth 60. our price 3$c. Call in see ibis lino of cottons. A for men head wear all we ask is to examine our styles and prices and we feel that everybody will be wearing ono of our hat. Yours for low prices, 2, o R. k T. COLLINS. fe. DO YOU KNOW THAT Post-Offic- A. R. RENFROW & CO., DUNDEE, KENTUCKY, Formerly Hints Mill, are the only people in Ohio county, who handle every class of goods you need from the cradle to the grave? Their line coutist of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING. HATS and CAPS, DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEENS- - ' GROCERIES, DRUGS, WARE. TINWARE, FURNITURE, STOVES, HANDMADE SADDLERY, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, FIKL,D SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, COFFINS, &c, &c, .fei other words a first-clatown all combined in a , " first-clastore. ss ss . WE WANT YOUR TRADE ! d jalcft CoW Bel-mo- nt Easily? ( We are in business to sell goods and goods we must sell and II prices and quality amount to anything to you, we will sell them. Nothing Is so convincing as personal" Investigation. That is all we ask. We know we can save you money and we want you to know It. Look at these prices; then come to onr store and prove them with YOUR OWN EYES. 4e. ' Good plaid shirting Best plaid shirting 6c. Columbian cheviots (also Iron Clad) per yard 6yic Beat LLL domestic, yard wide, by tbe bolt 3tfc. Best AAA standard domestic, very heavy, yard wlde.by the bolt 4ic. Good calico (prints) 3c. Best brands calico (prints) SHOES We have In sizes and prices to fit your foot and pocket book without crumping either. We can give you an extra heavy man's shoe for Ji.oo, either lace or Ladies' shoes $1.00, lace or button. Boys' shoes 85c up. Child's shoes ace up. We can not give you a full list of our goods, but if you want 3c. Con-tere- s. two-thir- Aprs perry BARGAINS in EVERYTHING We cordially Invite you to visit onr store without delay. Come to see us and price our goods and you will come another day. We want your trade and strive to merit It by giving big values for your moaey or produce which is counted tbe same as cash,- at the highest market price. YOURS RESPECTFULLY," - S A. R. RENFROW & CO. Pectoral "WP -- cpr -- See To It! We do not believe In parrying oods Over For another season. We have three reasons for not wishing to do so. First We,need the room for our spring stock. Second Good do not improve with age. Third We can use tbe money invested In them to M t i abetter advantage. Therefore we will at CLOSE ODT AT COST The'folhjwingllne: Overcoats, UnderwearFfanneli, Winter Hoot and Baoe, Glove and all other Winter Good's" TbU Is no catch. Wt mean businea. Come, examine and see foryouselvee. ti 1 1 S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. J 1 If s a ood Spring Jo ptaye An Up-To-Da- r "Pride Goeth Befc a Fall." constitu- Some proud people think te Store they' have strong lut ten ; With a clean record. That I what we h.ve tried to make ours lor yean, and we have had assurance that our endeavors ore not in vain. We are not "Throwing Hoqueta to Ourselves," but we want to throw some to the public aloug with our hearty thanks Tor the general support we have received during the past. We are now ready with tions, and ridicule the idea of disease. Such people the neglect their health, let the blood run down, and their stomach, kidneys and liver become deranged. Don't be foolish about your health-UsHood's Sarsaparilla and you will preventHho fall and save your pride. Scrofulous Hip Disease -"- My boy o ' . NEW SPRING GOODS, . MARVELOUS IN BEAUTY, UNEXCELLED IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE. t Gingham joo yard Extra size Marsallles quilts 98c. Dainty organdies loc, worth 15c; $c, worth 6c. , New drea style Ginghams 6c; oth- suitable fancy lining for same. White India linen, fair quality 5c. ers ask 8c White Marsallles 30c 35c quality. Fine Zephyr Glnghatu it)lc, worth Navy blue, black and white duck .aoc. Good prints no short lengths, 18c. Skirt linens, jyic to aoc. 'as much as you wsnt at this price. Ready-maGood shirting, 37 inches wide, 5c. skirts, 50c to $$ Ladles' collars latest 10c, $6 inch domestic, 4c. Leather belts 13c. 5 pieces turkey red Damask, worth Ladles' black hose 5c as many joe, our pi Ice 38c. pairs as you want. 36 inch shirting Percals 6c. Men's suspenders toe. Good Jeans 10c; others ask is.c. Men's heavy-sock- s N. Y. Csmlet, 10c. 5c. Heavy twilled cottonade 35c for Black Cat Leatheristocklngs Pepperell 10-- 4 sheeting i8c; this is for boys and girls. Heavy seamless btack ribbed hose thejctt; any quantity sold to custoIOC. mers. Ladlet' sleeveless vests 5c or 6 for 36 inch bleach, no starch, set usual , 7,'.c goods. Good towels, 24x36 laches, loc pair. ,' Men's Balbriggan undershirts 35c. 36 inch Gloria silk umbrellas 69c. Pure linen towels, 15c pair. 36 Inch Best Gloria silk umbrellas Extra fine satin finished towels, knotted, fringed, 24x48, 50c ,w orth 75c. Jl.oo. Child's school umbrellas 48c. Linen napkins 35c dozen. Men's drill drawers aoc or 3 pairs 73x84 white qnllts,hemmed for use, for 50c, 69c. jocforone lot of lace curtains, jtf Ladles' gingham bonnets 35c One dozen buttons frae with every yards long, ft for one lot of Uce 3;, yards long, woven edges, calico or gingham dress. Men's fine shoes $1.35. neat patterns. Good every-da- y shoes $1.00. Newest piques loc, in fancy and Ladles' fine shoes $1, regular f 1.25 to solid style, suitable trimmings shoe. match. Fine line Prlesmeyer slippers best Sheer dimities in white and fancy on earth. IOC. "We apron checked -- Quote "SToix- - 3c, de Willie bad scrofulous hip disease from a baby. Abscesses developed. Montbs at the boipltal, with best treatment, did no good. Tbey (aid ha would never walk again. Ite was belpleas and wasted away to nothing but skill and bone. Hood's Sarsaparilla baj helped me, and I gave It to him. Imagine my delight at a wonder fnl change. Abscesses all healed, crutches thrown away. He Is now tall and stout, perfectly well and tbe thanks are all due to Hood's Sarsaparilla. Other mothers with crippled children should know this." Mas. kuujl v. uurr, waipoie, uass. Norvouanesa-- " I was weak, nervous and very delicate, staggered In attempting to walk. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Tills made me well. I feel like another person." Mas. Lizzie SnusiiT, Conduit Street, Ext Annapolis, Md. Dyspepsia-- " We all nse Hood's Harsa-partit- a. and It cured my brother-in-lamyself of dyspepsia. I owe my life to It." M. H. Kiar, C07 Franklin St., Philadelphia. 3&0C& Sauai Hood'. Will c.r. IIU,th. noil Irritating anS onl7 cathartic to Ufco wHh"7ioo3'. B.rp.71lU. ll.f iac Mr. McDowell Fair, of tbe enterprising firm of J. E. Fogle & Co., went to Ceralvo Tuesday. For fresh bread at all hours, calt on Wccker & Bonhomme, Proprietors City Bakery, Hattford, Ky. tf To look at the fancy candles at Moore & Sanderfer's will make you hungry, any day. Come and see. Messrs. Tim Austin. John Midkiff and Hlley Taylor, of Beaver Dam, were here Tuesday attending court. Mr. Horace Pendleton, of near town, who has been dangeronsly ill of appendicitis for several weeks, Is no bet cur-tajn- s, ter. Mr. Joseph Barnett, of the Alaxan der neighborhood, is confined to his bed with a severe attack of pneu allowing a complete line of Carpets, Floor Oil Cloth, Curtain Poles, monia. We ate wood or brass fixtures, Scrims, Draperies, Curtains, Swisses, Window Rev. E. E. Pate will preach the Shades, etc. Don't forget us when Our funeral of the late Mrs. G. J. Bean at Goshen the 5th Sunday in this Is the center ot attraction for those who admire the beautiful. It's no won- month. der we LEAD IN THIS LINE. Onr stock is the largest, our STYLES THE LATEST, enr PRICES THE LOWEST. Full line of children's headwear Amos Carter, a brother ot Ben Car from loc to $1.50. Make no mistake ; buy nowhere until you see our line. ter who was murdered here several Young men! Old menl Boys! Don't buy your spring suit until you visit Headquarters. Look where you please, then come to us and you will see months ago.dled Sunday of chills and apoplexy. where competitors stand. Bring us your produce taken at cash prices. house-cleanin- MILL.INE.RY department Hartford Temple of Fashion, FAIR & CO., PROPIETORS. The "coodles" that Wecker and Bonhomme are makiwr are just simply grand. one hungry. To see them makes Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL 14. I.C. R.R. Beaver Darn, Kv Time Table. NORTH BOUND. No. No. Nq. No. No. .232, Accommodation..5:02 s. m. 20.,FatMail :41 a. m. 222, Accoromodatlon..l2.41 p. m. 5:52 p. ro. 202, Fait Mall 2SU,.Local Freight. ...6:10 a. m. SOUTH BOUND. 12.20 p. m. No. 203, Fast Mail No-23- Accommodation...8:37 p. m. 1, NoJ$21, Accommodatlon.l2i25 p. m. 10:30 a. m. No. 201, Fast Mall No. 293, Local Freight. . . .2:40 p. m. See Potatoes at Carson Bros. Field's 'bus meets all trains at Beaver Dam. We sell the best brand of Calico at Cabson & Co. 3 c. Mr. Scott Kimmel, Ceralvo, was In town Saturday. Mr. J. W. Thomas, Narrows, was in town Saturday. In Moore & Sanderfer are the grocery business. Mr. Ben"Rial went to Louisville Monday, returning Tuesday. Mr. J. A. King, ol Select, called to see us while in town Monday. Farming Implements of all kinds, for sale by Henry Field & Sou. Don't fall to see Miss Stafford for Cabiom&Co Millinery Goods. Barnes, of Beaver Dam, Mr, J. H. was In town on business Tuesday. Leave your stock with Likens & tt Ross, when In Hartlord. Bring us your fat Hens, Eggs, Feathers and Wool. Carson & Co. Mr. Uiyssls Ragland, Roslne, is See Carson & Co. for Fertilizer. assisting his father, Mr. M. S. Rag Mr. John Shepherd is dangerously hnd.ln the County Court Clerk's ill at his home nearPrentis of lung week. trouble. Dr. Z. H. Shultz, who has attended Mr. William Chancellor, of Ceralvo, a Medical University for several was a pleasant caller at this office months in Louisville, was a caller at this office Tuesday. yesterday. For the very best tonsorial work, Drs. B. N. Patterson and J. S Smith, of McHenry, were in town call on Bulllngton, the barber. He has elegant quarters, the best of tools, Wednesday. tf and will fix you up in style. Mr. Henry Whalen is confined'to Messrs. Wm. Reld, Judson Rowc, his bed with Inflammatory rheuma. Simon Jones, Dr. II. B." Innes and tlsm at Prentis. several others, of Render, were in Rev. Sam Jones will be at Fordss town yesterday attending court. ville on Saturday night, April aad. The; infant of Mr. and Mrs. Press A grand time is anticipated for that Brown, of Smallhonse, died oi spinal place. meningitis Monday, and laid to rest in Equality burying ground Tuesday. The Render Baptist church, at Render, Ky., will be dedicated on the 5th Sunday In April, 1899. The Rev. J. A. Bennett, ofFairview, Ky., wlllol tf delate. I Heard Of Vaii man liau Is it? er If in need of enlarged portraits, call at Schroeter's Floating Studio and see samples and prices on best grades only, His place of business is headquarters for such work. tf The Eupatheau Club, consisting to McIIenry'a talented young people, will give an entertainment at the school house in McHenry next Friday night, April 3 1st. Mr. Reuben Ranney, oi Select, died last Saturday of bowel trouble, alter funeral services by Rev. Z. R. Taylor, his remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground. CENTERTQWN, KY. Belore buying, get our prices on Wagons, Buggies, Disc Harrows, April 10. Mrs. Tohn W. Rowe Is Cultivators; Corn Drills, Plows, Ferreported as being no better, tilizers, Buggy Poles, Shalts, &c, Mr. Willis Rowe and wife, after a Likens & Ross, Liverymen. In the cases of Dr. II. B. Innes vs. severe spell oi grippe, are able to be the Central Coal & Iron Co., com up again, ing on for trial In the Ohio Quar- - J. P. and Prank Ross are out on a terly Court, Squire W. A. Rowe waa raft trip to Evansville. Prof. P. H. Rpss has accepted a poelected special judge to try said cases. sition with a book company and is The Third Kentucky Infantry has meeting with tbe best of success. arrived at Fort Pulaski, Ga., from There was a Sunday school organ Mantanzas, Cuba. The boys wilt ized at Walton's Creek church last have to eo Into ouarantine for a few Sunday, and a large number are Into days. They will get home in about the good work. two or three weeks. Why can we not have a Sunday Little Fred Hudson, who had his school here? We have a good house right hand mangled at the Water and a large number ot boys and girls Mill several months ago, met with that can help In tbe work. A horse belonging to Mr. Richard another serious accident last Sunday. He and another boy were playing and Ashby, ran Into a barb wire fence and was badly cut by the wire. Freddie fell, breaking his left; arm. Miss Lulu Barnes, the very popular Hattford is suffering a coal (amine. milliner for Rowe and Morton, has Is an abundance of coal within There arrived and taken charge of her work. three miles ol town selling at 24 Dr. Baker, of Madisonvllle, wan cents a bushel, yet some oi our citi with us last week on business. zens have paid so cents a bushel for Mr. Amos Decker and Miss Iva it. Isn't this a clinching argument Rowe, a beautiful daughter of M. J for better roads. M. Rowe, were quietly married at the Mr. Moses Mattlngly went to home of the bride last Sunday eve. Louisville Monday night Mr. Mat May peace and joy be yours, young tlngly represented Hartford Lodge ol folks, alt through life. Knights of Honor at the Grand Lodge Our town is yet on a boom, the Knights ol Honor of Kentucky which beantllul drug store of E. M. Morton was In session at Louisville Tuesday is nearly ready for use. and Wednesday. While Brown & Benton are now store Mr Thomas Parrott was drowned occupying their lately remodeled and you will ever find them ready to while attempting to cross a swift flowing stream in North Dakota last furnish you with the best groceries Friday. Mr. Parrott was a, farmer and purest drugs. "We want a full board of town trus citizen of Ohio county and was a brother of Mr. Charlie Parrott, who tees and a marshal, then we will be on the up grade at a lively rate of died a few months ago. speed. The Floating Studio will leave Lnck to you, Mr, Edltor,and success Hartlord about the first week in May, to those announced Republican can and go to Rochester and will remain dldates. Ruth. there three weeks; then to Paradise ECHOLS, KY. for ten days; then to Rockport, and from Rockport we will make stops at April "9 Rev. R. E. Smith, of RockCeralvo.Smallbouse KIrtley's Landing 111 at t'als writing. and Point Pleasant. If in need of port, is very Born, to the wife of James Meridetit, Enlarging In best grades only, wait for us. Remember onr Photo Buttons a girl. Mr. Arthur Fielden is reported as are the fad of the day. being bnt little better. In a difficulty at McHenry Tues Born, to the wile of Mr. N. M day night, Joe O. Barnes shot Perry Williamson, a twelve pound boy. Eidson, inflicting a painful, but not Uncle-JohBenton is dangerously serious wound. The cause of the ill at this writing. difficulty is accredited to a controver The roads are In a bad condition in sy about Barnes' wife. All con this section. cerncd are negoes. Barnes waa Farmers are behind with their brought to Hartford Wednesday and work. lodged In jail and his bond fixed at Tbe mines are running very well. $1,000. His examining trial is set Snob, for next Monday. No particulars April Showers. other than stated above could be ob tained in regard to the shooting. Wash away the filt and waste that have accumulated during the winter. A Good Boy Cono. In like manner Hood's Sarsasparil- Reuben Ranney was born id Ohio la expels from the blood impurities county, Ky., November 1st, 1881, and that has been deposited during the has always lived in the same neigh season when there has been bnt little borhood, conducting himself in a way perspiration and perhaps constant that made all who knew him lovehim. confinement in impure and vitiated He was taken sick with appendicitis air. It Is a boon to tired mothers, on April 1, 1899, and only lived eight housekeepers' teachers and others days, though everything was done to who spend their time In doors. relieve bis sutiertngs, but all tailed, It elves tbe blood richness and vi and he quietly breathed his last on to nourish and the 8th, thus leaving his friends the tality, fitting It. and blessed assurance that he Is now at strengthen the nerves, muscles rest. He joined the Christian church all, the great organs ottne body, u banishes .spring humors and last Ull, which faith he ever kept. cures tired feeling. Let us all go to his grave and plant a that It is the best medicine ntopey can bunch of flowers as a token of our buy for all diseases caused by impure love and respect for him. or impoverished biooa. you snouia Though we say he is dead, yet he begin taking it today. , pain will live again where sickness, never comes, and to all and sorrow Klllod hy Carelessness. who expect to see Reuben again and walk with him on the golden streets Wiugate, Ind., April 13. John ot the New Jerusalem, must Uveas Cafrington, near here, lelt 73 pounds he has. near his cookstove to The circling flight of time may find us of dynamite Far apart or severed more and more, thaw while he took another package Yet the farewell always lies behind us of 37 pounds to a field to blast stumps. And the welcome always lies before. By some mesns the 73 pounds was Meanwhile God is leading, surely, exploded, wrecking his home and killing his wife and baby, Mrs. slowly, Through the shadows with a hand lived five hours, but the of love, baby's body was found In tbe barnTo the house where 'mid the myralds yard, some distance from the house, holy. with its head crushed. A girl, 7 Only welcome wait us all above. years old, had just crawled under the Dr. R. L. Langford. n Car-ringt- front part of the house after eggs, and escaped with slight bruises, while the son had Just atatted lor town. The force of the explosion split the sills and scattered the entire house over tbe adjoining fields ,and the furniture was nowhere to be found, "To SP!ll5!l!REfflTO3Hf' Jican ser Our now steely to examine it. mand. If you lis; If you boll merchant is w stock is beyo will expan Wo wan. of Spring trouble eV is 3 v gjy jia zjlspartof the country. the best Advertian Err Is Human." People like to talk about attractive things in advertising. In a company recently the proverb above quoted, and which appeared at the head of one ol a well constructed series ol ad veitlsrments of Hood's Sarsaparilla, was so much discussed that we doubt II any one there will ever forget the source whence it came. Messrs, Hood & Co. are using these proverb advertisements on a very broad scale, and they arc attracting discussion and favorable comment everywhere. Csy on $1 II v .. sneri nance. 'omers Guaranteed. .. a year. No. 39. TO AN fl . -J o Wei Bheetingr-- ter . every way, anoslocBv- desire to get the full purchasing in honest quality, come to as, and yuu . the beat bargains you ever had. -- $200.00 Given Away. fu 1 Separate B e a u s and use the letters to form as many words as you can, using the letters backwards or forwards, but dont nse any letter in the word more times than It appears in "Beautiful Flowers." It is said forty English words' can be spelled correctly from these sixteen letters. For example tea, feet, at, etc. The Hamll Seed Company will pay Two Hundred Dollarsln cash to tbe person sending them forty words formed as above. If you are good at word making and can form forty words write your name and address plainly on yonr list and inclose the same with fifteen two cent stamps for ten packets of Beautiful Flower Seeds of ten popular and differ ent varieties. Our 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 af fairs. We will spend a large amount of money to start our trade and want your trial order; you receive the great est value in seeds ever offered. If two or more persons succeeded in forming forty words the $160 will be Mony exura spedivided pro-racial prizes ot value will be awarded to twenty-fivwords or persona sending more who will assist in introducing onr seeds and specialties. Satisfaction is absolutely guaranteed. Send your list as ealy as possible. Address Hamll Seed Co., 965 Warren Ave.t Chicago, 111. e- -r catch-penny ta. tl Our new line of Ginghams for Spring and Summer ts worthy tbe attention ofevery lady in this coramunity.and we earnestly reauest that you will make no purchases before seeing our beautiful attractions. We are fully stocked with a complete assortment of the latest and most popular goods, and our prices are all tbo closest buyer could desire. GINGHAMS V 4 gammer iDress oods. IaIJNHNS. Ladies will find nothing lacking in this Hoe during tbe coming season Our stock is complete in all respects and a model collection of newest styles. We expect to make prices as pleasing as tho goods.which is saying a great deal. We want every careful buyer to sec- our Linens this season. In Table Linens, Towels and Crashes, Ac, we are exhibiting bargains in quality, worth and price, that vou can not fail to appreciate. We show qualities at prices lower than you ever knew them before. - requirements. We have moat anything you want in this line.and have made a special effort to be completely stocked with the latest novelties, as well as all regular goods. Our which are always rcliablo.ehow unusual advantages or the buyers, and we hope you will not neglect to take advantage of our present intention to sell Notions at prices. money-saving Our Notion Department is full of the newest and best NOTIONS. We operate our store on a determined policy of Fair and Square Dealings, backed by resources and ability this means that we give tho customers the benefit of the lowest prices possible. We do not slaughter our goods, nor sacrifice any special line to bolster up another, but purchase carefully, buy closely, and are thus enabled to sell on a narrow margin of profit. 80, thanking you for past favors, and hoping you will call and examine our Spring x ours reepecuuiiy, otocx, ve are, OUR FOTIGY. J. fflTOMTOM . fogle&Qo.. . 4 CO YOU WANT TO MAKE HONEY? to S83 PER VICXK GUABANTEEB We want Intelligent, hustleng rep resentatlves to handle the most beau. tlful and'popular line ol fast seelllng books and Bibles every Issued by any quick sellers, low house. retail prices, liberal terms and fair dealing are the inducements we offer. Credit given and freights paid. We want you with us. Write us by return mall, THE HUDGINS P.UB. CO., 44 Kelser Building, Atlanta, Ga. 10 e, CAPTURED! . . .li "We Have Met tho Enemy andiXPyAte a . -r. . u.ujs t. mga rrices, nam 1. Xabor and troubled s - ?'?fjjr .& Clean blood means a eleaa akin. No beauty without It. Cascants, Candy Cathartic leaa your blood and keep it clean, by Iltantr X Bloed Dp. to purities from tbe body. Begin banish pimples, boils, blotch", blackheads, and mat aiesiy owous complexion Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All druggists, satisfactioa guaranteed, 10c, SSc.SOc. bjuui I.U .wca wiiu TJA ra id ivtiuB, nnn the determination that he shall not endure hard labor if he will only buy. our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Cultivators. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and lost of time. Farmers, be fpre buying elsewhere, come and examine oar large stock of Implements ofevery description , PlowsCiiltlvators, Harrows, 'Drills, '' Wagons, &c, &c. . ? tV vie i.M buwG uaic ..AM. U. 'a.ujc. vt ijjc ff..-- t 0 !,. ackuc '.'.i C2Lftl. a, " Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. i k TWICE-A-WEE- Kl Williams 34 & Williams, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. lfl (Jenls. Tks Owusboto (TWICBnAWBBK Mtnp EDITION) (Jome and.., - e&l v ii 'A Will be sent to any address until tbe Democratic ?tate Convention ior Will keep you posted upon all phases 01 tue uovernor s race aqa oiaie caw nalirn. Llvelv everv lssuel Address, enclosing 15 cents in stamps or coin. UBEY WOODSON, Editor, ONLY 15 CENTS. as m7X.c:xKEs jems t Before contracting the building of your bouse, dou't fail to have us to make you estimates on the carpenter's work or the job complete. Estimates will be furnished on application. cations to Address, THE MESSEGER, 4i Owensboro, Ky. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. all eommunl- , BALDWIN & FDDSON, La Grippe Leaves the Nervous System Shattered, Causing Sleeplessness, Weakness, and Depression of Spirits. Cured by BOOK-KEEPIN- BEAVER DAM, KY. karri about SCOTT'S EMULSION ana nave a vs.uc uuiivii J Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would w success In life. This being conceded, it Is of first Importance to get year training at the school that stands in the very front rank. LOCMTILLX, KENTUCKY. Seven experienced teachers, each one's specialist fa bl line. Graduates of this college preferred by busl. SHORTHAND. ) nesa houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tesTELEGRAPHY, timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over tbe 28 United States It will be malted to you FREE. 1 - A Badness gdae&iion She Bryant & Stratton Sasiness College. ; thaUt its bad all its tures. purest world, r oil with taste and smell and other repulsive feaoil, the It is cod-livand the best in the but made so palatable that almost everybody Nearly all can take it. children like it and ask for more cod-live- 1 s EMULSION looks like cream 1 it nour ishes the wasted body of the, baby, child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence. It bears about the same rela- tlon to other emulsions that cream does to milk. If vou have had any experience "just as With other good" preparations, you will rind mat tnts is a lact. ed SGOTf'S Mr,Ream Smith's little lrl, Fords-vill- is reported to have meningitis. y. Mr. John Field, of McHenry, was upon the stieeta ol Hartford Wednes-da- f X When vou want the best and fresh est groceries, go to Moore & Sander fers. Mr. Jas. D. Fulkerson, of Rock port, waa"anioag our many callers Tuea- Likens & Rom will give your stock especial attention when you come to court, Mr. Tohn II. Thomas went to Louis ville Monday, returning Wednesday ?T" " Tha hvrwehaiehUt. that are eH r MmblMd with the (lye addtttenal vatat to K itamc 9kv tone w the mrvew system ami Impart ttrtnjth to hV whole body. ot. .ml 1 M. II .niftM. Yo. k. sed-Kva- SCOTT BOWNE, Oi.mUu, Nw i Oetiraiozx Bro, i GROCERIES. J4. night. Mr. Fon Rogers left ior Lebanon, Ohio, Tuesday, where he goes to vis Have you bad Lagrlppe? If you It his twin brother, who is in school at that place. Mr. Rogers will be have not, doubtless some of your friends have and you know what gone about a week. It is. You' have seen it suddenly, Field & Son have secured an extra without any warning seize tbe stable and now have ample rovni to victim in its relentless grasp and accommodate all their customers. wrench asunder the fibres of the Tbe politest attention and the best of nervous system. That terrible pain feed lor your horses. in tbe back of the head, tbe aching boarding back and legs, tbe soreness in the Mr. C. C. Weddlng'a house, 654 3d street, Louisville, is the muscles and bones as if bruised or capital place for Ohio county people beaten, the leeble pulse all are to you. But you have noticed to stop while In the city. Best ft. 00 tbe alter efTectc? Do you know that it city, tl per day house in the weakens the lungs, enfeebles the heart Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Likens went to deranges the stomach and bowels and Nashville Saturday. Mrs. Likens' seriously Interferes with all the funchealth has been tailing for sometimes tional operations ol the body? And and upon the advice ol her physicians, even aftct the disease Is apparently she goes to Nashvile to take .treat- dead, the physical weakness, mental ment under a specialist. apathy aud depression. a spirits re main. You also know that hundreds CAIXOJt of men and women with "run down" feeling written all over their laces, unable to work, without courage, rRAI.I,KINBS have recovered health, heart and ambit ton through the remarkable heal Ing and strengthening qualities oi Dr. Loweat FrUM-Frah- e-t DR. MILES' NERVINE; --! Miles' Restorative Nervine. It goes La Grippe, enduring much pain and straight "to the cause ol the mischief misery. My nerves were completely resulting from La Grippe. It feeds prostrated. I could neither work nor rest. At night It was Impossible for and cures. ...w... "Two years ago I came down with La me to get my natural sleep, and only Economical Writing Machine, Orlppe, resulting In nervous prostra- by the use of powerful drugs could I tion, heait trouble and nervous dys- rest tat all. I spent large sums of Caabachd n xkntiflc frtnetok, mS pepsia, I became so low that I lost money for physicians' service and for of tbrfiU puis. It Is t mut tmrtik all control of my organs and could nudUntmJJt, RrptrKBjvtrtJm:Jla tHJth,BtllYt!M4WHkr. neither speak nor be spoken to. Our treatments that were recommended to doctor failed to testore my health I me, but they did me no good. From JUkforM CitAhft. my stomach; the first dose I took of Dr. Miles' e could retain nothing on $ TuSmUhPrmltrTypvKrikrComfMy, could not lie down to sleep; could not I began to improve and now I was on tbe very bear any noise and 215 5th St. Louisville, Xr verge ot Insanity when my wife began am enjoying the very best ol health. 412 Waluut St. , Cinolnt.aU, O. giving me Dr. Miles' Restorative Ner- That great remedy docs much more vine, She could see an improvement than is claimed for it. alter the first bottle and determined to continue the treatment. Being six. SampleTreatment Free. ty years of age my recovery was slow, but my health steadily improved, my bead became clear and my mind as A trial package of Dr. Miles' favor. Justfca of U.S. Suftfu Court. WEBSTER'S strong asthey ever were. My recov- Ite treatment, consisting of Dr. Mlleav " I comm.nj It to all as the one great stand- ery was almost like a tilracle and all laniaumomi. .INTERNATIONAL Restorative Nervine, Dr. Miles' Anti-Fai- n It excels In tha ease v1th whfck tkasn tai tha dne to Dr. Miles' Nervine." The Smith Premier Typewriter anv Ner-vin- wcr, 1 GaottOK A. Amdbkws, Great Barrlagtoa, Mass. Mr. John S, Pol, Princeton, Ky., says: "I ; weald gjadly. proclaim tbe high estimate I place ot the merit o( Dr..MIUa' Kaatowtlve Nervine. I bad tang bees a mSUtt from tbe efleeta of Pills and Dr. Mtlas Nerve and Fills will be swat absolutely Lly whe will free of wet e any per send ae'ad'addreas oa a postal card, reqaeatlag the sampUs, and mmUmU Bam of this papar to Dr. MlUa' Medleat Co., Wkbart lad. DICTIONARY thodaortndUiallnirproounciattoat la tsrso tr.i oomprcbMul atateai.oU of facts aad la Md word soufht t la aocurary of deSJUtlon I in wt. t Vraotical uwui ver MayrdtetlOMir. , Hnt n appWraHon. Spteimtn pagu, lkClll-Csltt- Mfw -- f -"- "i--- litn ni lrii.ftiifc mfls-- al! i ? M,W, . J WJUSJBM-- . - ftJfet - Hartford Republica iHMd frldaya by the M ARTreRD rPBI.MRINU.l-UI- ' Incorporated. VOX ROOKRS. Tun J.eV tf . Tiinnaa 1 llHATE 4 Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL 14. The real name of the writer should accompany each communication, to insure publication. Remittances may be made by Money Order, Registered LeU ter, Bank Check or Draft. Correspondence Intended for publN cation or on business connected with the office, to Insure prompt attention, should be addressed to Tub RepubliPost-Office their editorial colamua with corns ment, According to their prophesies and calculations that already serious trouble would grow worse, day by day, until labor would starve and all factories be idle. How is it now? Wages are being advanced in all lines and there is scarcely a silent factory. But do those same newspa pers comment? Not a word. The leading dallies chronicle these items in their columns, but never a word finds its way into the editorial col umns. Why ahould that be so? Are those papers not in favor of a prosperous country? No. They woutd greatly prefer to nee the country go to the devlt in a handgallop under a gold standard than to see It prosper. Then they dislike to announce the arrival of prosperity in 1899, when they said so late as 1897 and even 1898 that It could not possibly come without free silver. How awkward it Is to have politics that delights in obstrncting prosperity and frowns upRichmond Pan on its advancement. Republicans are Entitled to tho Credit. The hidebound Democratic press at Brown and tempts to gi,ve State not the present Republican administration the credit for pushing to a succeutul issue the suit against Barker. Auditor Norman's revenue agent in Louisville, who pocketed tens ol thousands of dollaia in illegal fees and who his just been compelled by the Court of Appeals to dlgorge $9,000, the statue of limitatlau atone SAvlnghIm fiom having to refund about $ 30,000 more. One paper goes so far as to Intimate that Attorney General Taylor was not one of the CURE CONSUMPTION iiiHii ) ..W.ell ' Office o cum System is Needed. tjgBi ant lUnU I ,n,;j, la M 1 For Infants Rnd Children. iiKin Ulllrw warning tb More rerloue tneetlTfl. mey follow. For afrompt," troublei mdoiit enre of llcadacbo and ell liyer troublei, take a li often or torpid Hendmolw If that Jtrcr I Subscription 7c Medicinal Treatment Founded on Modern Scientific Truths is More Potent Entered at aar Than Air Alone. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Wlill the? route tba Ilftr, restore full, irnular action ot ttte boirelf. they do not Krl.m or Pln, do not Irritate or laflamothotntcrnarorKftni, but hare a imsUIto tonlo .cfTect. 25c. at alt rtruEliti or nr mall or C. l.llooil A Co., Lowell. Mat. Hood' PHI RBB TREATMENT FOR If those of our readers who reside in the most highly favored sections of thli couatry. where the climate is , healthy and invigorating, with a dry 'and tonic atmosphere, will look about them, they will see a greateror less number of their and neighbors dying of confrlen sumption, while many others have already been carried oft by that dread malady. These deaths have occurred from time to time amid the refreshing prairie brettes of summer; in tne (air ana mellow days of autumn, and also in the dry ana sunny seasons oi a soumern winter. Such deaths amid such favorable sur roundings aflord positive and convincing proof that climate alone will not n cure consumption; that neither breezes nor bracing mountain air will restore weak lungs or build up a constitution that is neing unaerminea and broken down by the insidious germs of a fatal disease. But, on the other hand, many thou, sands of testimonials from grateful peo ple ail over tms country, wno nave Deen cured by the Dr. Slocum System of Treatment, and are today in the enjoy, ment of perfectly restored health and strength, afford the most convincing evidence that this treatment, aided by favorable climatic conditions and sur roundings, is a positive cure for Consumption and all other chronic diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Therefore, those who go to the mountains, the seashore or to southern climates, as well as those who already reside in such favored localities, should not fall to take the Dr. Slocum System of Treatment it they wish to derive the full benefits of favorable climatic condi-tloand scientific medication. The Dr. Slocum System of Treatment (consisting of Four Preparations) is both medicine and food. The medicines used in it allay the cough and lung irritation, heal the soreness and subdue the pains in the throat, overcome shortness of breath, improve the appetite and digestion, and bring comfort. Test and refreshing sleep, while its food properties are building up the constitution, enriching the blood and infusing the sufferer with new life and rigor. No single remedy will accomplish all this, but the Four Remedies embodied In the Dr. Slocum System of Treatment will, Afore than a quarter of a century has been devoted to perfecting this System of Treatment: every indication, every symptom in Consumption and other diseases of the Throat and Lungs, has been carefully studied in the devel pine-lade- It is received and WJNG WEAKNESS. order to discontinue In full. The Reall arrears are paid publican Is 1 1 per year 11 paid In adopment of this Treatment, therefore vance, but li not paid In advance will those who take it and give it n fair trial, be $1.25 per year. certainly avail themselves of nil that modern science and skill have to offet for the cure of Consumption and aH Cloar Casoof Solfdofonso. forms of wasting diseases. Dr. Slocum's faith in tbo efficacy ol "Didn't you steal that hog?" asked his Svstem of Treatment is sostronff. and his interest in the welfare of hu the rural justice. manity so great, that he will cheerfully "Well, suh, Mister Jedge, I mus send his complete System of Treatment (Four Preparations) FREE to all suf- admit dat I outran him. I" ferers who ask for it. "And didn't you kill him?" "Well, sub, he did tun 'gainst de butt er de ax en got his death!" "And you ate him, of course?" "Well, Jedge, hit wnz this way: De weather was mighty hot, an after he wuz dead hit look lak a pity tel let him sp'ile, so I des salted him down en smoked him, en de fire wur so hot dat lo' I could tu'n roun' he wuz cooked done; en seeln' him in dat iiz, dar wnz nuttin' let' ter do but to eat i""MSl sH him upl Hit wnz nil done In sell des (ense Jedge all In self delense." Atlanta Constitution. SBBBBBBBBBBBhaBBBBBa can. Tim Republican Is mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite AYcy c (able Preparation, for As slnulallng thcToodandnetfula-lin- g IlrMW Witt. ihcStamachs andJJawctt of isgraasr Attorneys Soon after the Republicans came into power at Frankfort Attorney General Taylor in a written commun , icatlon, called Governor Bradley's , attention to the claim against No'-m- an and Barker. He suggested the , importance of the case, and requested the Governor to employ assistant counsel. This was the first step ever taken (owatd the filltg of the suit Governor Bradley promptly complied with Gen, Taylor's request and the suit was brought. The result shows that Gen. Taylor was right in his contention as to the liability of Barker for the sums collected. Again, In the case ol the Louisville Street Railway Company against the Commonwealth, a suit brought to re cover about $27,000; franchise taxes against the company, when the suit was won by the State the Democratic press attempted to deceive the people by saying that the decision of the couit affected the railroads or the ' State and held them liable for a Iran. ltomotesDrgcsUoaClicctful-ncasandrtestContalr- is neither Ormim.MorphmC KoTNAncoTic. JKmm Smi- nor Mineral AW The aCiUT ttitt Ilk mUiH MbAiaf Uk4itk.Brrfl.arJfla j . fartat liar aej fl LKO'i 4ykrm smtc". ifM. ttrisM yiiihr rrt tinHiQIBH tb. dii nwm VIUI ir-- , V JH afaVBBB u Mp4. S-- TX Mf.tle luDftllr hfotL Teka lltllh rumi J tai.tiia. SKffouiySWVUBnxa - Where IhflSfioe Pinches j It wktre eon. trow. H.mT. tura with M6 Hn. no eolHa tkAt'a e .tranir oolfit. And ea-- . Ui eorn l.av.ethat'a Salve. -mall. AuiM oth.r. tagraph. IDeDrvetlata er GIAJIT CHBMICAfCO ooo caerrr IU ralla. lUfseurwd tboauuid cu rtCAtaUe His Idoa of tho Progross "As I understood heathen, . "you propose me." "Exactly so." it" said the to civilize ' ) SourStomach.Diarrltoca, Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish-ncsSleep. end Lo S3 Apcrfect Hcrnedy forConsllpa-lio- n, s f u ffw' Kind DROPSY! You Have P. of rftllM ku)TMlv. ! tea nf all tjmptotni rmor tkjt at iMMt d. Ttllmoni.U and TZR PATS irMtmrat f Boa g. AtlanU, (la, H. H. CKtttM'I J0e f. TaeSinvle Signature of "You mean to get me out of habits of idleness and teach me to work." "That is the idea." "And then lead me to simplify my methods and invent things to make my work lighter." NEW YORK. Always Bought. ATT0JWJ2Y- - AT JS. JE. ItC"fc3r, VORUtII.l.E, UEATCt'KT. - LA W, That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, 11 you used Dr. King's New Life Fills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit or Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Ouly 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist CUBE A COX Complete Pre 01 ID ONE BAT "Yes." "And next I will become ambitious to get rich, so that I won't have to work at all." "Naturally." "Well what's the use of talking such a round about away of getting just where I started? I don't have to work now." Washington Star. Tne Eagle, King el All BlrtU, is noted for its keen sight, clear and distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. EXACT COPT OF WHAHT.B. CASTORIA TWt CBfTftW Will practice bU nrolewIoQ in all the courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special at tention given to collections. Office next door to Post Office. MaVMV. NrWfWa ITT. j. newm BOWK. P L FELIX. Rowetfc Felix, Cane of Trutaitnt, Cwulstlnf four prtperauoaj, reraaue .1 Dr. Slocum. One Grade Only TEEEK L. B. Q. on each tablet tf ' Simply write, civine vour full name. m . 1 postoftice and express address, to Dr. Just Boforo tho Proposal. T. A. Slocum. Laboratories, 96 and 99 Pine Street. New York City, statin? that you read this article in this paper, when Franklin I never saw a man in the tne fuuk rKt-i- i was in last night He will be sent you, together with free condition Jack had chills and fever, bis eyes looked advice adapted to vour case. glassy and he trembled so he could hardly stand. So I expected the news this telegram brings me. 2 A wnooi witu a Jenkins Great heavens, is he dead? Franklin No he is engaged, New York World. Write the Doctor. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. Alt druggists refund money if it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has : ALL KINDS OF GA8 LAMPS, OIL LAMPS, BELLS, LOCKS, GoOd Reputation. gf; WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET OF chisetax. The truth of the matter is that the decision of the court in no way affect. ed the railroads regarding their franchise taxes, and the railroads had agieed to pay taxes, amounting to over $200,000, some time before the decision of the Court of Appeals in the Louisville street railway case. The Democratic admistratlon at no time attemted to collect a franchise Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf tax from the railroads, and when the . Further Evidence Roqulred. Republic in administration succeeded in adding this vast amount of taxes "I've always had my doubts about to the state revenue, the Democratic press attempted to claim the credit fish being good brain food." by an opinion that had no bearing on "I know it's good brain food." the railroads. Their efforts will prove "How do you know It" "By experience. I've used it for vain, for the Democratic press cannot the last ten or fifteen years myself." escape the responsibility lor its party's negligence while in power. "Well?" Chicago Tribune. By pleading the statute af llmltas tlons Barker escapes paying about $30,000 to the State. If the RepubliI can patty had came Into power sooner For Infants and Children, this amount would have been saved The Kind You Hare Always Bought to the taxpayers from and country. HEHRY FIELD ARK RUNNING A & SOXT ' TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. HARTFORD. KV. Will Dractice In the rv,t.,ia r nt.u county and Court of Appeals. Prompt gtvcu 10 an Dusinets en i trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. " U SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at Caw. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. pas- HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his piofcsslon in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining: counties and Court of Appeals. Special atten. tloa given to all essignmentslo bank ruptcy. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. CASTOR A i t,AA,44..A.3.A4 i Kp THE, BEST FOR THE PRICE E WRITE FOR SUNDRY CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION OF ALL KINDS OF SUNDRIES. OILS AND ANYTHING NEEDED FOR CYCLING. $35., 'Vwftttrttrttl second-han- d ' Conghed 33 Team. Bears the I sufiered for 25 years with a cough, Signature and spent hundreds ol dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr. Bell's Lnng Irritation ey. This remedy makes weak lungs To 41i frtrwrrttlMTTlf nflt1mntlot1- - Dr. saved my life. J. B. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, strong. It has Roswell, Grantsburg, III. tor sale oy and give such strength to the lungs tf Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. that a cough or a cold will not settle m m tf there, 25c at all good druggists, Lexington Leader. They 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 teir care will have especial attention. - Will nrictlce hie nrnlrcelnn In all th. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties ana 01 Appeals, special atten Hon given to collections. Attorney at Law HARTFOPJ), KY. M. L. HEAVRIN, J. S.R. Wedding, rfJDLIC) t6ut&yf7&&j&'. FISU? 2 SOK. prop'rs. "Yss.Wfl Havs ArM" HARTFORD,. . KHNTUCKY. Will practice his profession in all ,e courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust-t- o his care. Office in ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, (NOTARY Kepoducin building. Methods Is Rocklossnoss. Manufacturer AND JOBBER IN BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES 63a BIOYCLE8. IT WILL INTEREST YOU. GREAT BAR- GAINS IN , FOURTH AVE Louisville, KY. SecondHand Bicycles. $20 TO $35, . "Heavens, man! You've been par adlng all over town with the price tag "I reckon," said SenatorSorghum, on your new overcoat!" "that I am one of the most unbiased "Read it" men in Congress. I kin always hear "Eh? 'Sixty dollars.'" all aspects of a case discussed without "Yes. Only cost me $7!" Cleve any leanings one way or anbther." land Plain Dealer. "You mean that you are never pre judiced Beforehand?" WeaK Eyee Are Made Strong, "Certainly. What's the use of bedim vision made clear, styes removed 4 and grannlated lids or sore eyesot ing? Both sides generally have monany kind speedily, and effectually ey." Washington Star. cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and Da'tTueSfllu4 Sat Tr lift To quit tobacco easily end forettr, be mif sold on a guarantee by alt good drug. or, full gists. For sale by Z. Wayne Gritim & sella,the of life, nerre end vlf Uke mtn tbstmtkti weak ' Unprejudiced. . m We come in haste.not so much on ac count of a pressing engagement with you as from the lact that we bad no cow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the fact Attorney at Law Beaver Dak, Ky. J. E. Porry Westerfleld, that 'M-:- n $63t0$l. av Bro. tf More Perversity. on perfection of laundry work when your shirt Is laundered by cs, just as our laundry stands alone for excellence price. get the very in large quantities He of work turned out. Your linen isn't We dobuys want to make it all and in that way can to divide withlowest you. and we are willing not Injured here from chemicals or We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Only skilled assist ants are employed, and you can't beat Flooring, Celling, Weatherboardlng, etc., tronr. All druftltts, tOoorll. Cuttcuiran. it for beauty of color and perfection of Booklst end umele free. Addrtts polish. teed. For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house Stirling nemedr Co, ChlcefO or Mw York. Richmond Stum Laundry Clm lief, igint pattern. It Stands Alone Impr- 'St,.- - THEO. E. RECHTIN. THEO. E. RECHTIN II ART FORD, KT., Has on band at the present time, the Will practica his profewion in Ohio best assortment of lumbers that can be and adjoining counties. Special atWhile we think of found anywhere tention given to allbuiincas entrusted it, let us give you a few pointers on to hi care. Office with County Attorney. . Attorney at Law, Davidson, -- t !;. oper-handling. wonder-worke- Will practice his profession in all the Courts ol Kentucky. Special at- X,eLW, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, ESap. 3TE3 A T i. "Dar'a one of de sma'test mules In dls city," announced the proud pro North Side Mother I told you prietor of an ashcart to one of his pa- little while ago, Jerry, who our first trons. "He unde'stan's eb'ry wo'd I parents were. Let me see If you re-- , 400 (.1 th famou iroquolo Model 3 mm l X UlWsvldtl.UiwbtJMiMUlfiUlrr say, same like he wa a pusson." member. Who was the first man. IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED iST IVS "Hardly, I guess. Tell him to go ! tiull; kmlll, tnrj " b"t tvovf hi th tnbrt blast U fort 4 Precious Boy Adam, mm i vm m jiire n nn it w (Of SOUnodal iroquoi hi ahead a eytWfl, flniihod m4 iom plait. Mode to little." SCO. atw i InstToil. NoithSIde Mother That's right what rttMOr bwlBM whH)eIu(lf,litittUtbt thy stand tii tod nahs) th rasar ! offer ef Modtl 8 "Git up dar Sunshine 1" and the mule Who was the first woman? IRUVUUIVUIUYi;LtMSIOIi"'IUil. TbwbMli began to back. Precious Boy (recalling it with some nrCPDIDTnil ThtofqiKIlMeOwiiliamnwn4 UtdUlflrlUli duii4 dtteniAion SbelWUtio MtuUu "Look at that now." crt&k, detubkblt sprociirti, trca crwn, Ubiiur lnprovd l difficulty) Evil, Chicago Tribune. hartal htiba svnd huuar.lU In droD flriMt BickalanJ ananrlt attlort. Dat's what I'se tellln' you, boss. 2blMk(nroonBal wch frtBQiiti Iiuum 22, 31 taJ Mn , L4iY 21 la btt' Kcord,"ruD Fud tirsiudhiiti-a-rulsrlltCK (iuaraitea ilk vnr Wrcls. tauirmaal Urou shout. Oar Tli Beet Prescription for Chill CClin UIIC nill I AO kaisblctframaiisiUd.aDd wa will ahiD C. O D faith baline IIIL1& ud itrMichsril. Ef dat mule don't unde'stan pehfect, nllC UULlmMal ryoiiirnilitiarBUforckrfii)iayiiuUwhitbrUli(arff&ul()oltirnd OaVflU ( w1rfl Blfjtl Otfcr )tr Btd( fubjtdto iaminsjion ndaipm4U Urvt ion tud U th nd itbuk svteur ! howTie know how to do de opp'slte and Fever la a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s d lo full with Fn. OKDCH TOlAVif rradn IwftnlUHdlMppuibUd 10 ! ttaeovBl forkt SBTLkOftad enlar Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure; sis4 every time? He neber miss since I had AAMC UAWC sSBsOAsfsOl l?Ct AOBpMllDatf B4l f , Uusdrtdi tusiad tkir WrcU last yt Thli jtu w vffr wbaals od eU for work don in Try two t issttvat then why experiment with worthless him boss." Detroit Free Press. W ar knows trttywhtr Writ fur Ut til iIm Xr ? Illcrl X7kis faaiiilihMlt kftoU lb KicUilr lilcftla llaaaw in U wrid knd kr pifcUy nlUbi) w rtlu t any buk tr batik aow la Price, 50c. imitations? Ckicaso. rut ftiBfau Mmuiiv sad In sut luUniit inmbn Id aji Robbed the Grave. L. MEAD OYOLE CO.. OMoago, lit. Tk4UUctC.nlJUl,ntbi4t4JriutfiO0t$t4 Te Care Ceutlpettoa Torero. TekeCaMertte CendT Cathartic lOocrSSo. A starling Incident, of which Mr. II C. C C, fall to cure, draff 1st refund none j. was the John Oliver of Philadelphia, Way to Oust tho Skalawaga. subject, is narrated by him as follows: LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY "I was in a moat dreadful condition. Editor Lee "Elmore, a candidate for My skin was almost yellow, eyes sun Colon Of pel, Ncveatti A Hirer. Ticket O01ee, 333 fourth Ays, the Dem ccratlc ccminatlon.in an edt 1000. xzixx: xzT ken, tongues coated, pain continually itorlal on "Fraud In Elections," St. Louis to Louisville & East. in back and sides, no appetite grad J scores the Goebel bill, as well as the Louisillo to St, Louis & Wost. No, 46. ually growing weaker day by day. Ho. 44. No. 41. No. leaders who denounces all 8:55p m Three physicians had given me up. people who oppose them in their ef--. Leave Louisville 7:45a m 8:3$p m Leave St Louis 7:56a m JS .1U8T AS COOD FOR ADULTS. Fortunately, a friend advised trying forts to throttle the people. If every Mt.Veruon " Owvnsboro 11:40a m 11:58pm " Henderson li:45p in 12:55am " Evansvllle 2:20pm 2:45am Electric Bitters; and to my great joy democratic editor in Kentucky would U'AKRANTED. PRICE OO eta. OALATIA, iiu., Mot. w. UM. 2:46pm " Evansvllle 1:15am 1:25am M.Uul,Uo. 6M "Henderson 3:10am and surprise, the first bottle made a take the same fair and open stand for I vUMcxllclnero., aoU toUlel of 0.niIin:-- V j:44pra " Owenaboro CI IIU, T0NI0 " Mt.Vernon, 111 4:00am decided Improvement. I continued honesty and fairness in elections, the tli ROVB'H TABTELKbS luliur, U ellod hue our ei uroM elreadr UiU rear. wikt Urie Arrive St Louis 7:32p m 7:30a m their use for three weeeks, and am skalawaga would soon be kicked out liuwnM ol It roiri, In the druf tulou. b.T. 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7M5P m iuc& uiliiml uu ii n.r .old n article that now a well man. I know they saved ol power and reliable men put in their s.o'cso'vzxa.B go No, 45 my life, and robbed the grave of an places; but whenever the editors join No. 41 No. 43 For sale by J, II. Williams. 8:j5p m Leave Louisville 4:5op m 7:45a m other victim," No one ahould fall to forces with the scheming politicians " Hawesvlllc. . , . 10:43am n:oSptn- 8:04pm try them. Only 5octs guaranteed, who live on the people and those endWklikar Fttlti 12:58pm " Ovrensboro. . . . 11:40am 9:05pm cured el borne withat J. H, Williams, Drug Store. desiring or opposing legislation the out pele Boot of iir " Henderson. . , . 12:45pm 10:10pm 12:55am titular Met mim . 1:15pm Arrive Evansvllle politician will have the people by the 10:40pm R . U ViOOUlY CO. 1:25am Novora Word. and not only run the politics fMaf Autni., 1.4. ooice. 104 NorUt Prior SL throat o x.oyio'vxz.z.B, EVAXTtnrxr.T.3B No, 46 No. 44 No. 42 Three or four years ago when facto but the newspapers also. Paducah Leave Evansvllle 1, 6:50a m a;2op m 2:45a n cf son luiDttj Wanted-- An Idea Vfhtt tan thlak ilea, mines and similar concerns were Register, m a:46p m m " Henderson V tMlopUrUf 3:10a 7:15a ldM.j ther mtr brine roe wetlth. froteoi your weUDIliJURM " Owensboro reducing wages and shutting down, 8:15a m 3M4P m 4:00a m cot, Write JOHN oOtr tb.lr m " Hawesville . . ..9:13am 4:S 4:40pm .j, WMhlMtou, 11. Ureeueet tlM vriielitor. the. Democratic newspapers loaded bua4n4 wesMd. eeatlit ol Arive Louisville . . . . jrjspm 7:45pm 7:30am All train run llirancli aallal ! l.rauaTllU. Tlirsngb Parlor Car mid Poll MKHHIrrpcra on all trains la Evanavlllo and HI, Lonl. Mnnibero4l and S connect at Irrlnf ten lor Fordevllle A Hardlnkbnrsjdalljr. Our First Parents. Iroquois Bicycles $IC75 !. s KQVES tention given to collections, settle ment ot docedent's estate, road cases Office up and criminal practice. Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor. 7th & Ingle, Evansvllle, Ind. tair next door to Griffin'sdrugstore. Aftnt for the lien I'alenl riaelere. eii4 lor Catalogue TJEIEiO. 3E3. DFLaESOaECTTIKr, jrmwk. yftPa mm tfrMsi3IIH& ' nJE3N Jm WxM IJUiiiiiiliUliH Attorney at law .HARTFORD, KY. attention given to col iection,"making abstract, Ac. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney ataw' IlAimoRD, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith &C., Market Street. 7- It E. LEE8IHMERMAN, rltta - J. mmmmmmmww rrrres, sxjlicii i, AS-- 1 TASTELESS laSaWSaKB!S9EuilfF'';r-''- ' SaSK"rC5 lid d TONIC npiuM lo H I LL Attorney at Law, Will practice his profeasios in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining Also Notary Public.. counties. Office, in Comrnercial Hotel. R, R. WEDDING Hartforp, Ky. 1 f ..... ., rvAifuvrciiB. .... .... .... A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania, had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen carbons 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. A Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. O. 2&m l Will practice his profession in all tbe courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a Col. business entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public Attorney at JCaw IlAUTr'ORD, KY. Special attention given to all buniueee entrusted to his caro. Office in Court House J A. & SAYO, atri. W eonUhUje t urin riititM le e mm urtoe (wlu.tl rlu.) u frtmUtt Take theliEPUBLiOAN or "'a' For best results advertise in THE REPUBLICAN. . A'Krtct Drttltu ant Btttor I V your Versbant uooen't baiidle, send ILOO tq ua and ye. pd. i?otiie, or eo.utj idq vet eix tratttoe, OHABOSS WJBPA1D to any part V, B. or Canada. VAN NUM CO.. We rsBfrrtsr, MEMPHIS, TENN, VtEET-MANSFIEI UCIEOIE Hair HAIR RESTORER re - e- - , ljitj(ri. j. .