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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899042101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. wnwf- -i e n iijn p The'Republlcsn and Louisville Commercial, 1 year,ft 25 The Republican auditne iCoutler Journal, z yearj Republican and the Toledo (O ) Blade, I year, $1.25. The Republican and the Globe Democrat, t year, The Republican and Loulsyllle Dispatch, 1 OruJDTDliaK nates. year, $1 jit 50 a$ The HaeteoIid Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIE The Republican Is the best Advertising medium in this partof the country. Fine Job Work Done on Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customers Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. UITt T8 IX TIB FQUR.I C.N.RESSl.m DISTRICT. Subscription $1 a year. No.-3-9. VOL. XI. PECULIAR Cases That Aro Matters Of Record of Family Marriages. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1899. was the father of an inlant daughter tailed to move him or his relations. In consequenceofthls, his wife subsequently obtained n divorce from him in America, and later on married a Boston solicitor. Eighteen years later, then an officer in a crack cavalry regiment and 35 years of age, he met nt a London ball a young and beautllul American lady, who, rumors said, would one day In herit a considerable fortnne. The soldier fell in love with the girf, despite the disparity ol age, and never missed a chance oi meeting her, and It appears that his affection was not Before, however, the unreciprocated wcolng had reached to proposing stage the girl was joined in England by her mother and stepfather, the former ol whom promptly lecognized in the person of her daughter's lover her erstwhile husband and her daughter's father. The daughter had adopted her stepfather's name, and thus the soldier fell into a tragedy ol his own making. Only one case have we been able to discover in which the parent actually married the child, and that was the very extraordinary story of a mother and her sob. The lady war the daughter of an eminent German scholar, now de ceased, and at the age ot 16 she fell in love with an English lad who was completing his studies in Germany. The two lovers, mere' children, both oi them, ran away, and were married, shortly alter which they parted and retnrned to their respective homes, the arrangement being made that the husband was to have the child oi the marriage, a boy, as soon as he was old enough to leave his mother. In pursuant of this agreement the boy was sent to England in the care oi a nurse and handed over to his father, who put him ont to nurse and subsequently deserted him. When 7 years old the boy, who had up to this time been maintained by the generous people with whom he had been put to nurse, was adopted by a gentleman of means, who had htm well educated at a public school, gave him his own name and settled his fortune upon him. Later on in years, when the lad was a man of seven and twenty, and his patron dead, while traveling in Italy he met a German lady who excited his admiration by her mature beauty, despite the fact that she was 43, and who, to all appearances, reciprocated his tender sentiment. After coming into contactln various parts oi the continent, where they were both traveling for pleasure, they decided to get married, a resolution which was actually carried out and ended in a hideous climax. The young man signed the register in his adopted name and his original natnt also, his idea being that it would facilitate matters if any property should be left to him in alter years. Never before had he mentioned hla name to the lady, preferring to keep secret the dark page in his history. But now she saw the signature, and demanded explanations, properly These only tended to confirm the Idea the name had put Into her mind, and as a result they separated there and then, to discover, 11 possible, whether he was really her son. They did find absolute proof, he In England and he in Germany, the two sets oi proois joining and forming a complete story. Needless to say the discovery was a great shock to both, and the lady became seriously 111 in consequence. But if she lost a husband, she had the consolation of discovering a son, to which position the man's age alone made him much more fit than he was for the former position. m w MARRIED PEOPLE Grow to Look Alike Toward the Close of Llfi ftLSLt An Excellent Combination. Tbo pleasant method and bcneflclal effects of the well known remedy, Hrnur or Fjos, manufactured by the OAiiroimiA l''io Strvp Co., illustrate the value of obtaining ,1)10. liquid laxa-tir- e principle of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them In the form most refreshing to tho taste and acceptable to the system. It U the one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fetors gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and and Its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or Irritating them, make It the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they aro pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of thd remedy aro obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to tho California Fio Syrup Co. only. In order to get it beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name Of the Company printed on the front of every package. e, father Finds His Betrothed Daughter. His One Inatanooof a Son Marrying His Mothor A Tragedy Averted In Time. The extraordinary, position ol a man falling In love with a lady only to MS' "i 0 &' I ." I, r. discover ahe was his own daughter strikes one as being barely possible, and eminently improbable, but several such cases are known sad they nre truly remarkable stories. Possibly the most well known In stance was the case of a Manchester (England) man, who married young and getting into very serious financial difficulties determined to start a iresh career abroad. He in consequence deserted his wife and his baby daughter, then only n few months old, and scraping together all his available funds, shipped for South Atrica. After some years oi bitter struggling he met with success and at the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. end of nineteen years' absence, when SAK TRAH CISCO, CAX. he was 41, he returned to England a wrw tojuc. u. iovhvxlxjc Err. comparatively well-tdo man. For ule by all DrnfiWs. l'rlct 50c. per bottle, Daring his absence his wife, to who he had not communicated a line or sent a shilling, had changed her name, but not remarried, and the daughter had grown into a decided ly charming young woman of rather OAIOAKKTI 4m Mil fVr UH oCtoo woodanfpl nedicin. 1 !. more than 19 and a valuable assistant ftndtr wliWl forulr BidMM plMiant to tk cd ftl Ut CaVMaru tJinrt Ukloi Dt roDtl ti ( pottfltd and my compUilontbm. m in earning the dally bread for her blool ku bn hu fliiiocbbtttriDVwrr mother and herself in a highly retfUXAKJ, Laurll, Tao. lULUB if, spectable manner. W2pk CANOV Father and daughter chanced to m jm CATHAHT1G meet at a public entertainment with out in the least suspecting each other, but not without the man being struck with the girl's prepossessing appearances and charming manners. BT7rfvTTlBr?v He got into conversation with her, pl.i.iM. ralatabla. fount. Tut. Goal. r and so ingratiated herself into her doixl,tTrtUrta.VV.ala.or ... CURB GOKSTIPATIOH. ... tamr, Clfew. lri. wT. at good opinion that a serious courtship Km commenced that very evening. For some weeks alter that they met at various places, until at last the father IIMMWMMIIMMMIMMIMMtlMMMMMI proposed, was accepted and asked to see her mother about the proposal. II He went, and a very short time was necessary for the disclosure to all con15 cerned of the fact that he had actually StM Hen. W. W. Klnleek,tAterlUla fallen in love with and proposed to els paper, Christian County Republlsaa, Ozark, Ma.: "I took hva boxes the up to date representative of the SAC a year too, it destroyed desire for infant daughter he had callously de tstaeco, and I gained II peusastalS day. This Is net a paid Mike, but serted nearly twenty years previously. eer experience given In hopes nany An equally remarkable and dramatether pear teeeeco slaves nay take NO ic case was that of a mlllitaty gentles and N freed." A natural easy me wit to sett WWeeo-Btman, the second son of an aristocratic English landowner. When only 17 NO-TO-BA- C. this gentleman went to stay with Wslelltfce IrtiHi about NO- some friends in America, and daring fer II It hilt lo cere, vau get Jils visit he fell in love with and secyear awity peek, test try steit retly married a young lady belonging Mi. K win work wonders; mike yea happy In more ways lean one. No to a boarding school near his friend's exeate heeawe ot kek ol tH, let residence. Shortly after the mar-rieyou eta buy under yeur own he was suddenly recalled to IKtHHHSPS tMRAXTEE. England. He left his wile at school, Every dracgiat 1. authorlred to sell with ardent promises to make mat under absolute guarantee curs every iorm or looacco uni. tera straight with his relatives, and Oar written tmamnttA t re aranlo ol itnd boob let eaJlad. I)oo'i to his best to intercede for her with Tobacco ?pU &ud timbke TourLtto her father, who was a wealthy Cblca go merchant. ObJesxo, Montreal, Can .Newvorlt. Q At home, however, all his good wishes and intentions were frustrated he was taught to look upon the marriage as merely a boy's mad freak, Involving no responsibilities and he was sent into the army, where he gradually became accustomed to con sldering hls'romanee in the way his The Luiiig SfMillsIs ef iAmtIu relatives desired he should do. Even 20YEAI1S IN OHIO. the sews cabled t him some months 250,000 CUBED. after his return to England that he It's not to bo wondered at that peo ple who spend all their lives uejether should often get to think alike7Wlat is wonderful, however, is thai they o should look alike. Yet it" .s fact that hearty allaMiried couples in their old ago bear strong resemblance to each other. , Aeswrd-in- g to a wellknowo photografW,wbo has Lad extensive opportunely of studying tho expressions .otAariww pooplo at different ages, alter "thirty of wedded life ninety percent of lmar ricd couples begin to bear a marked resemblance to each other, and in every case it is the wife who grows like the husband and not tbe husband like the wife. All doctors are aware of this phenomenoo, but none have hitherto succeeded In giving a scientific explanation of it. Pulton County Guard. tfieon-testabl- i a pity if Innocent gills can't travel in public cars In a civilized town without being insulted." The clubman retained his and was the least abashed, but thegirl lost interest in her book and became as red as a rose, her position was unendurable, and she quietly addressed ber protector opposite: ''I beg your pardon, but this. gentleman Is my father. " "The meddlesome olrffellow looked daggers at the convulsive clubman and hid his face behind a newspaper. Philadelphia Record. "It's ALONG'PRAYER. Ono That Seemed blo to a Negro Who Was' bo- Ing Flogged by It. "It happened," said Jack "that there were two colored preach- trying to get an apple or cherry that was just a little out ol hla reach?" "Certainly," she answered? "but Intormlna- i IS A REPUBLICAN Dewey is a Vermonter -- Chlnn, Story of .. To be bound a Slave, Bnti. A , lla Kind im Hw Unit BsgM Helpful Contrast neigh- hand and, .foot for. years by the chains ol disease Ik the worst form of slavery. George D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich .tells how such a slave was made free. He says; "My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not 'turn over in bed alone. After using two bottles of Electric Bitters, she is won derfully Improved and able to do her own work." This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures sleeplessness', melancholy, headache, backache, fainting and'diz-z- y spells. This miracle working medicine is godsend to weak, sidkly, rundown1 people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by I. H. Williams, Druggist. "Do you like your new t. o bors?" "Very much; their children are so bad that they make our children seem Tho Record of 1898. If there is still any one who doubts 1898 was a prosperous year, the following concise statement of the re-- , cord in various lines of bnsinesslthat are fundamental and indicative of commercial activity ought, to be'eon. vlncing. The comparison in every Instance refers to the United States alone: 1. Largest wheat crop except1 that of 1891. 3. 'Highest price record for wheat except in 1888. 3. Largest cotton crop. 4. Largest exports of breadstufis. 5 Largest expoits oi manufactured goods. 6. Largest aggregate exports of produce and merchandise. 7. Largest production of Iron ore. 8. Largest production of pig iron. 9. Largest production of coal. 10. Largest production of copper. 1 1. Largest production oi silver except that of 1892. is. Largest production ol gold. 13. Largest gold holdings. 14. Largest per capita circulation of alt forms of money. 15. Largest aggregate bank clearings. 16. Largest aggregate railroad earnings. 17, Largest aggregate sales ofbonds. 18, Largesteggregatesalesof stocks on New York Stock Exchange since BLOOD ..n4 ku 1 1C. BAD good." BMntl that o TORIA. IMUMTwHtWarain-ftsgi- t Evidently Prospering. "Is your ness?" son succeeding in busi- "I should say so. . He has made enough to have his photograph taken sitting at his desk." Buntti OAHTORIA. ylta kmp Kind Yog Haw Bwffl ers inhabiting cells in tbe penitentia ry at ,Frankfoit at tbe same it! me. If I remember aright both were1 sens fenced for polygamy, but old Sam was a Methodist parson, while old Jake was of the Baptist faith. It seems that Earn had done something! that the warden, and the, punishment decide on was an lashing. Some weeks after the affair came off, Rev. Sam whom t hid known from iboyhood,- was fetllng- me about it. " 'I didn't mind de whlppin so much, Mars Jack ef it hadn't been for de way old Jake acted. You- - see de warden he said to me: "Sam I'se gwineto whip you, and 1 'low de whlppin' wilt do you awholehealp uv good. I'm gwine to let old Jake Ipray fer you,-ande blows will continue to fall on yonr black hide while Jake's pra'r is agoin on. When he come to a final stop de punishment will likewise end." " 'Land sakes' Msrs'Jack I knowed it was all up with mefden, for that Ignorant old nigger never did know when it was time to get'olTn his knees. De fac' dat a po' hdman bein' was la distress wasn't gwlne to make a bit of difference with him. well, sir, it was jes' like !l 'spected it 'Id be. Dey brought me out and old Jake, de old vlllun started in, and ae fast as he prayed de warden come down on a whip dat cut like a knife. I never did want to hear a pra'r come to an end so bad' in my life, but it weren't any use. Every time I thought he ytts moat through, old Jake took a fresh hold and $owa come de licks harder'n ever. Shbrely it seemed to me he prayed a m6ntb, and, Wars Jack, 1 Want to tell right now dat I am sot against long rjra'rs for de rest uv my life.' "Chicago Inter Ocean. ' greatly-oflendesne-wi1' "He keeps jumping and jumping And Vormonters Are until he gets It, don't he?" Not Democrats. "Of course." "But does he continue jumping afToo Well Along in Llfeto Con ter he has got it?" "Certainly not. There's no' need sider Such a Possibility of it." y, "Well," he said, as he turned to his paper again, "you're mylcher-rand I don't see tbe slightest reason why I should keep on junfplng, any uiore than the boy." 'She didn't .say anything,, but she thought andthought, and the I more she thought'tbe more undecided did she become as to whether she ought to be angry with him or not A Philadelphia clothing dealer displays a sign reading: "If you favor expansion, step right in and annex Nota Politician. Admiral Dewey has given to the Manila correspondent of lulle's Weekly an interview regarding tbe suggestion that the Admiral be made a candidate-- ' for the Treitdeney next Tear. The'Admlrftl said: "I am a sailor; and a'sailofhas no polities. Jis bis party, Republican or Demdenlfic it makes no 'difference. ''Then again, come from Vermont, and "you know what that means. To be anything bnt a Republican in Vermont is to be a man without; A party. My flag Lieutenant comes from Georgia. He tell me that to be anything buta Democrat in tbe South is to be nobody. If I lived South I would probably be a Democrat.." Admiral Dewey said neither by vo cation, disposition, education or train ing was he capacitated to fill tbe Presidency. "He'said that be was too well along in life to cohstder'such a possibility. Hi health would not'admit it. All' his life's workwas in different lines of effort. m 11 . I the latest style." Parsnip ComplexlM. It does not require an expert to detect the sufferer form kidney trouble. The hollow cheeks, 'the snuken eyes, the dark puffy circles under' the feyes, the sallow parsnip-colored 'complex-iou'indlca- tea The Last Man Wins. "They say the secret of success is tenacity of purpose." Of course; if you hold on long enough competitors die ofLt' If l4 Ki'toVSkTSIfte Poukbs Days." In N0-T- "Gained T. Car OonitlpaUoa Yoravar. TaV C&acat.ls Caodj Cathartic. lOeorSSs. C. C. C. fall to cura, druggist rotuna monor. 0 ge u CAtCARETuV"u"g.V' DEK.&K. WECURE EMISSIONS inl'Mlo-tro- men Ihtu th. urw- ywot or proJite. wekne., ii.rton.in.. s fnlios unfit Thr.ml Ufa BAturftt WW ISEASES THAT KILL Coniumptio it catarrh ofAt lungs. s Ltriatrt matt censump-iisinturatlt. compiica-tionn Pessimism. we are living in, As sure as yon are born; Men olten wear Its rosea when They've only earned the thorn. for lulnw, uurrwd a( tocui 'htpplne.. . Jo lustttr weakn or f eioal ticeiteat, our vefttAHai Tfiia ivaisTva 'Tis a queer world During the epidemic of what was termed German measles, a mother be came anxious concerning her child and sent for a doctor; he told her that a prophylactic would be necessary; she indignantly slammed the door in his face and sent for her husband,and after due consideration the death of the doctor was agreed upon; and the only reasou he is living is because the 188. man is undecided whether to kill him 19. Smallest number of failures and for attempting to detain his wife or smallest aggregate liabilities since the dastardly Intention of killing his 1892. St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press. a child. All oi which goes to show Volcanic Eruptions. that either women should read up, or doctors should use plan United States Are grand, but Skin Eruptlons'rob when taking to women. Ex. m m life of joy, Backlen's Arnica Salve, Fathor Reproved as a'Masher' cures them, also Old, Running' and Fever Sores, Uleers, Boils, Felons, known clubman was unin- Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, A well tentionally the center oi a very em- Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. barrassing episode In a Wataut'street Best Pile cure on earth. Drives ont trolly yesterday. The car was crowded Pains,and Aches. Only 3ct3. a box. girl got in Cure guaranteed. Sold by J, II, and when a bright-laced- , clubman graciously gave her his Williams, Dingglst the seat. She acknowledged the courtesy The United States produces more with a smile and a bow. The man pork to the number of inhabitants hung easily on the strap and boldly than any other nation. It behooves ventured a remark about the weather. us, therefore, to see that we have the The girl was absoibed iu a book and best bloods to breed from. This we never raised her eyes, but nodded. The generally. There lare man's attentions became more marked have, but not until an old man burst out in a rage: many hogs scattered through the "Leave that young Jady alone, sir." country which ero & damage to their The passengers became attentive to owners because of tbe thougbtleesaeta the situation and were astonished of ttie results. But advance is being when the old gentleman thundered: wade A physician would ask If you.1 had rheumatism, a dull pain or 'ache In the back or over the hips, 'stomach trouble, desire to urinate often) Or a burning or scalding in-- passing 'it; if after passing there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it must beat at once re peated, or If the urine has a brick dust deposit or strong odor. When these symptoms are present, no time should be lost in removing the cause. Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh bf the bladder, inflammation, causing stoppage, and sometimes requiring the'drawlug of the nrine with iristru 'ments, or may'ruri into Bright's Dls ease, 'the most dabgeruus- - stage of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great discovery of the eminent kid ney bladder specialist, is a positive mm remedy for such diseases, is world Remarkable Resoue. wide and It is so easy to get at any drugstore that no one need suffer Mrs.1 Mlcheal Curtain, PklnEeld, 111. ( makes that I she any length of time for want bf it. However, if you prefer to first test oaught cold; bet1 its weaderfabmerits, lueution'HAET-roklungs; she was treated for ar month by RSpoauCAii 1 arid write to Dr. her family physician, but grew wbrse. He told her she was a hopeless vic- Kilmer & Co., Blurhamtoa, N. Y. tim of consumption and that no med-- . for a Baniple bottle and book telling Iclne could cure her. Her druggist all about it, both sent absolutely free suggested Dr. King's 'New Discovery by mail. 1 whlch-'settledTo- ni D it m oar1 stock with Likens & Ross when in Hartford. tt LeaVe An Armless Edlter. for Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight fonnd herself benefited from 'first dose. She continued its use and 'after taking six bottles, found herself sound aud well; now does her own housework, aud is as well as she ever wai. -- Free trial bottlesof this Great Discovery at J. H. WilliaHis'Dlug1 Store. Only 50 cents and $t. 00, every bottle guaranteed. m Used Cloves Instead of Coffee A conductor got up early the 6ther . ii Blsmark's Iron Nerve Was the result ot his spleaded health. Indomitable will and 'tremendous energy are not found where Stomach) Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out oi order. If yon wast these qualities and the success they bring, use.Dr. King's New Llle Pills. They develop every power ot brain and body. Only 35c at J. H. Williams' drug store. Down-to-Dat- e. 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' never gets stale." "Any novelty this year?" "Yes; when Eliza escapes across morning and got his own breakfast. He is not used to this, as'Uis' Wife, who had the grip on this occasion, is used to' getting breakfast 'ready. I He lis fond bf Strang coffee for 'bis- - tarly meal, .and filled- the pot-wi- th water, heaped in lour tablespoons of what he took to be coffee. After all was done, the coffee1 pot steaming, and hash well browned, he sat by his ownself to break his ifast. TheooSeedldnofseeai very hot,so he drank oS half thecup in tbret orlfour swallows. Then the root started. He yelled like 'a maniac. His trembling little wife ran out to see her husband dancing about on one foot and screeching like a maniac. He ran to the Water pipe and drank ouT two quarts oi cold water and then quieted down enough to ask: "What In thunder's the matter with the coffee?" She smelled of It, and said; "Why, dear, you mistook tbe ground cloves for the coffee, that's all." Lewlston Journal. - The editor of the Chicago ."Times Democrat"' had just succeeded (a pat ting his paper on its "feet "by hard work, when' he lost bolli 'hands' by aa explosion. 'He had a'larg'e Kimily of chlUren.-arid'ha- d lived" pretty well up to his income. He'khew ' ao tine of business except newspaper work, and a man without either hand, is ordinarily not very available about a newspaper office., He'determined not to allow his usefulness - to depart with'the' loss of h"Is' hands; 'however, and as soea aa he? had 'recovered from' WsIbjh limits giv the matter bWittenHokrhe1 bsid artificial right haad'Bdlirfowafehade for himself. trf'be secureThls'is' Mratrged so right ly fiMtened'to'lhe,fttBt'or'-fais- i eoWed by arm. Thebad,--wliiek'a glove appears tperfeetlysstattsral 1st shapee,-aaheWs- ert pencil as gracefully editor's .natural hand. A stranger, seela; MfjfBJan at work at hla desk, would neves: Imagining that the hand was not a real one. By nwaaaof aeord, which pastes ti k d y fromhisattlfieialhaadi'ttp'Ms right coat sleeve, ahea across hla baekthst down his left eeaf sleeve to UteTe arm, Mr, Man i mains of hls-leable to close the fingers of hU artificial hand and grasp his pan, By keeping his left elbow beat, tbe tension of the string is continued, and the artificial fingers told be peat tightly while the editor controls Its course fever the; paper by a'ntovecaent By of the 'Upper arm' and' shoulder. Mini has reamed to this means-Mr- . write with the greatesftese.iutcl'more rapidly and legibly 'than the average man of his sge' who has two good' hands. Fortenyears he has Written with his mechanical hand, practically all oi the editorials, and a very1 large amount of 'the local and advsrtls ing matter that has gone into'hls paper. Success. ft the river she does a cakewalk on tbe ice." "Now," said Bunker, "1 can once more face the world an honest man. The lost of ray debts U outlawed." Boils and Pimples Give Warning. Nature fs overtaxed, she; baa THAT her Whenway of giving notice that aasbt-a- t. own lis 8ha does notJaak fer NATURE IS APPEALING it. P and pimples are an Indtafttoa that the srsteta is aoeuiauUtlnir Impurities wblofc CnD Utl D must be goKenrta or ;uey are an urgeai appeal iot rUn flLLri awarnma;ttiten not safely be Ignored. To neglect se purity t&e bison at tms time means more than the aaaoyanee of fateful bolls and 'lsBBBBBaninm unsightly pimples. If these irapuritlea are allowed to r BBBBa(nBBW remain, the system cueouaabs to aay ordinary illness, and is unable to withstand the saany ailtusot which are so AN raieivut nitUVU When he Stops Jumping. ... -Hnrv' Abe itald. , and there were what a novelist would call tears in her voice as she spoke, "I don't believe yon' love me." He took the cigar frgin his mouth and looked at her in surprise over the top 61 his newspaper. "Maria," he said, "don't be fool ish-" II I Ml NQ CURE NO PAY p .buf a or wnkennt vou. IsUr eiceriei my Xipoiurt tnir dUMlfl ron. oa artnotufatlllMireJ. OorN.wM.ttoJ nlll oato iou. xoa run ba tiik. Rnail.r. vnii n.e(l IiaId. hf.b. i sua nafff.rai norvoui, imuuia sua ox. clUlile. Vo'l becom. fort ctful, inoroM, I knd OMHilti blofehei nj .linpli,l jm, nrinklol face, iloopinsl orm .mt dowoout oountnaao rovcsi I toe bllfht ot rour eiliuac. 350.000 Yminir Mnn.Vnit CURED Mr. rialfL fc.bl.l flHB a Most cases ot death from consumption ' are the direct result And then, again, men toil and moll Along unto life's close, To reap their wage in sharpest thorns, And never win a rose, A Mayfield girl answered an advert tisjment of a New York firm the other day ofleting 35 cents to send a receipt to Ireckles. She sent her quarter and this Is what she got. "Remove the Ireckles with a putty knife, soak them in salt water over night, then hang them up in the smoke house in a good strong smoke, made of sawdust and slippery elem birk for about a week. Freckles thus treated never fail to be thoroughly WECUREARICOCELE tr a w I Va mstfrr bow lerloal your tntr lu.yhaT.hlul It, our IkeAv Mllllltiu ll&ArMbNT will vclu." rtlura In I cur. il. 'ib, "normr their normal condition .nJ bcoru tht f.iiutL orjiun roceir. proKr nounin mint. Tho ornn. boenui. ilullitJ. .11 UBaturat drain, or loixi ct.'o ami luanlr rontri rcloro. Ho l.inpomry .Murfrf, bn.oL but a perin.n.nt ouro OI'Kll . NO clJItH. NO J'AV. NO ci Y i CURES GUARANTEED trut We nd ANK for 1 Ba DRS. erg an! Kenned? Ihl. io rail. writ. JlOiaK iiaiiuki( Ann rtii- N HDLTAT1QN diKtm. VW.R. IIOOKR ruufi. ClIAltUKS a.M?Hi! 0) K ST., U. ears. HYl'IIILIt;, works harmoniously with nature to eject the tubercles from the lungs, and works so successfully that If there is a cure for consumption la the remedy. Read this letter from Mrs. II. A. Tyner, ot Four Oaks, N. C, about her daughter, Mrs. L. Keene. She says: a Mtdkint Co, Columbus,0. Da ab Sim; "My daughter had every symptom ot consumption suppression ot menses, night sweats and great emaciation. She was ao low that none ot cured. Guard. our neighbors thought ahe could live. An Amateur Commentator. In. May Mr, 0. R..Adtm, ef thj plaeo, told mo if who hod taken help her "Pa, what was it the foolish virgins anything would got a bottle of it and soma did?" would. rock candy and began giving It td her. "Why, they burned lamps when During the first few days ahe wan so candles are a lot cheaper." weak ahe could pnly Uk a halt Pe-ru-- otnegleeted catarrh. UNFAILING SIS Bld. Klag la tbe atw Slag la tbe true" Ring oat Use false We bring to yeu the .new and true from the plney forests of Norway " Binf oat tke old DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey "There!" she exclaimed. "There's evidence ol the truth of what I said. Don't be foolish!' Did you ever speak to me that way before we were married?" "No, my dear, I did net," he ad. m It ted. "Then," she said reproachfully, "my slightest wish was law; then you never sat like a dummy, sraok. log a cigar and reading a paper.when I was in the room: then you seemed anxious to please me, and were ever on the watch to do some little favor J 122 W. FOURTH GINUISLMATl. S'i tMfjMJmjtSLMjSILiMti Mo. sMaaata Year HoHst. With OUMnll. 0as4v Oathartte, ours eeaMlpatlM tomHi 90. !iaaO,rall,lruMtUHbadaiHwr. "My Fiencb teacher gave me a frightful scolding last night and, I got twelve fcSiy.nTeipste'Ve aawell everSi as 'a aheevery onerasfcarltw.. J feel( ed ao wrathy, too,'"stopped your lessons?" "Have you doe that knew about her saved bar life. aUkneaa, that No; neither of us understood, a My daughter's Basse U Mrs. L. Keeae." word the other said," Pe-ra-- her aa often is ab el&.Ma? it. In less than awf$ JLWVlk two hundred WaVa aijffjll W" " " t rea ot a tfaM, Mt'Ijve it to ., y 1 AM M YtAHTOLO. rtaK r luifAr etui to ffr. swmauolr MoMr. II .tvaaantratm frtp aa wU aa coofh. aad Mill. IIS SMBi-U- fa, K. A. m International Vituperation. I science to a Permanent, Pesltlra Giro for coughs, colds and all Inlamed surfacM of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out t the rated 1 the rakrobe-beaxln- g cause of that tkkling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that' then Is no mcllnastea to cough. Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Plfsnt, preraleatdurtejrsprlairaadsBaBar. Mrs, Ih Oeaflle. mi Seoond Avenue, Stattle, Wash , sayst "I was afflicted for a long Has with pimple, which wm tmt an&eviBO-- . aa tber (Matured ruv face fearfully. At tr using many other nmoii in rata, B. 8. 8. proaaplly z and thoroughly cleansed my blood, and now I rejeie raJ a 8004 OOBiwexion, wbnb 1 Bever nan mws. K. H. ChaUasoo. Tean.. writes: aejaw n VlMK iv " Je forme." "Yqu were never lazy "then," she went on. You were full of life and spirit, yon were energetic." "My dear," he interrupted ! that calm, dispassionate tone that make the average wife want to get a poker or a broom, "did you ever see a boy OTaB Mr bjbbbs v great pain sad. annoyance. BoeMag blood seemed to b 1st TtCok 'seeeaed to' do a riotous coadlttea, 'and or a. 0. a. eurtu sm janistsiy any good. Six bottle say bleed has been pwfsotly pure ever afatee. kwL aad flavanl'boils anXcubuficlM brake out WfeOn SBeaatsaW "It Is true." he admitted. ?f Mi ALtveoD onuaaisTS,,, er44UaOnlr. M., Ma. and ft. OO Slat E SURE YOU QET UV pCo S. . . FOR THE BLOOD r. NTs hM-Tv-- m x&snv For Sale by Z WAYM1 GRIFFIN & BRO. purely vgassbU is tbe best bleed reaaedy, because ' It and U the only 004 that U absolutely free from petaah ad aaaiyirV.'' H the gefteml health and strength. It euros SorofuU, Eeseau, Caaoer. Bfcsmua-tUai- T Tetter. Bolk, Seres, etc, by going direct to tbe cease of the twttMe 4 forcing out all Impure Wood. free to aBjr address by th Swift 8fllle Co.. Atlanta, O. Bryan was sacrificing himself for the peoples causo in 1890 neither Stone Issnrti Friday t itta nor Goebel made a speech for the a AKTreno pchlihriiiu.vimpant Chicago platform, but now when the Bob Blanks Twice Had Incorporated. party's policy- - i firmly fixed and the Opportunities for gentlemen are candidates they "out FON ROOERS, EDITORS. Liberty Herod Herod I" in their devotion Jno. H, Thomas, j to the white metal crusade. He said Cspt. Stone voted for every gold While at the Eruptive Hospital Office on Pox Street. measure offered In Congress while a Subscription, $1 per yoar In advance member of that body and backed up Hartford Republican. HANGED. drunkenness seen, The crowd, which was estimated at 4,000, dispersed promptly after the execution took place. m TANGLED. Kansas City Man In & culiar Situation. Pe- m 1 h Ono or Two Wives. That dollar banquet has been marked m down to eighty cents, but not until It Is reduced to the free lunch basis and Kansas City, Mo , April 13. Po a silver speech assured with each Hceman Harry Hlghnote is in aquan Lost year the papers took hold of drink except a schooner will the biz dary as to whether he has one wife, an Indian who played a championrush for admission begin. Fulton two wives or no wife at all. He has ship base ball season and then return- County Guard. succeeded, with the help of the courts, ed to his reservation to meet death in Rome, April 16. Pope Leo XIII In getting himself Involved in a matrl expiation of a brutal crime. Unusual monlal tangle which the most expert. as Is this record of savage honor, It Is celebrated the twenty first anniversaty enced attorneys confess their inability of his coronation in the Basilica of equaled by the deed of Dob Blanks the Doublo (old, all wool one way, worth 15c, our prico 10c. Double fold to unravel. The aged negro rape fiend who was hanged at St. Peter's church, Henriettas, all colors, worth 20c, our price ICo. Better quality, worth About 11 years sgo Hlghnote mar2.rjc, our prico 20c. 40 Inch, nil wool Herges and Henriettas, worth 60c, Mayfield Tuesday morning for an as Pontiff moved with unsteady tread be- ried for the first time. Two years ago FOR REPRESENTATIVE. our price 40c. We have taken great care and pains in selecting our The Civil Service system as at pres- sault upon Tillie Bailey, a young girl neath the weight of ninety years, and his wife became a convert to Chris-tai- n We are authorized to announce Hon. dress goods, both in woolen and wash goods and know we can please you it is doubtful if he will ever enter tbe Science, and Hlghnote rebelled R. C. Jarnagin, of Beaver Dam, as a ent organized is doomed. The Civil But for his strict sense of honesty great church again. both iu sty le and price in these lines. Ask to see our Dress Goods when Service law now in force has same Blanks might be safely away instead candidate for the nomination for Repat this and sued lor divorce. His you come in. You can't aflord to miss seeing them. resentative, subject to the action oi the merits and is decidedly preferable to of walking to the gallows In the early Goebel should sing another song, if wife filed a cross-bil- l, but he was Republican party. Young Ladles, we aik you all especially to call and see our handsome the old plan of indiscriminate tewards morning. he has another in his reportolre. He granted the decree, a condition being line of Parasols. They are beauties and at prices that will suit you. The affair in question occurred has sung the school book trust to that he pay the former Mrs Hlghnote for political service, but "a very large Our Millinery is tho talk oi tbe towu. Don't fail to call and see Bryan, Blackburn and Altgeld majority of the people believe that the when Bob was an inmate of the Erup death, the people need aever fear that $IS month alimony. A week later Wo know we styles and get prices. Everything new and were stars of '96, Altgcld was snuffed political party responsible for the con live Hospital la Louisville. The hang- It will trouble them more; his song Hlghnote married again. can please you in this line. out in Chicago last week; ono by one duct oi the various departments of the ing had to be postponed until the more than its enemies has injured. When the first Installment of the man could be cured of smallpox, and The Goebel nil! the brilliants fade. bill, and he has about alimony fell due he failed to pay it, 1 have received." Federal government should fill the Blanks was at AdThe People's Common Sense the hospital tinder sen suug BUI Goebel into innocuous desue- and ssked the judge who granted him viser, the '' Bible of the body," Medical free subordinate positions with men whose is sent stamps to pay The Cbicagoes and Louisvilles went sense of justice would be reinforced by tence oi death awaiting his discharge tude. The audience will have no the divorce to set the decree aside on receipt of it of mailing only, for edition in paper to dangle at the end of a rope. Just more "We start men's S3 60 suits at $2.60, men's 14.00 suit at (2.08, men's all on the diamond at Louisville last party pride in the discharge of their ediiney must nave anew and the orginal divorce case was rein covers, or 31 stamps for before he had fully recovered, Susie song, oik. tion. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, wool suits, would be cheap at 17.50, our price 81 98. Men's flue tailor or they well chose theslnger off stated upon tbe docket. Friday and lowered the ratio 15 to 1. official duties. Applicants for apRogers, a negro child, died at the the stage made luii, worth 10, $12, $15 and $18 at $8, $10, 12 and $13. with rotten eggs. Russell Yesterday it was dismissed on the Col. Bryan will take notice and orate pointive positions should be rigidly hospital. There was some difficulty BOYS' CLOTHING We start boys' knee pants at 25c a pair. Bet. vllle Herald. motion ol the first Mrs. Highnote's at accordingly. examined as to character and fitness about procuring grave diggers and vol ter grades, worth 39c, 49c, C9o and 76c special values for the price. torneys. This leaves Hlghnote to all GOEBEL BEATEN An Indiana pastor urged his par. for the positions to which they aspire, unteers were jcalled for from among appearances with two legally wedded but there is no good reason why they the convalescents. With his usual ishersto make public confessions oi wives. eagerness and anxiety to please And Hardla'a Bmos la an Ibe Yarfeai to their sins. The congregation acted should not belong to the political par Highnote's attorney will ask that Callapar, m Blanks then under the shadow of Jbn Rhea. M eis all solid leather shoes worth $1.60, our price $1.25. Better the case be reinstated and that the upon his advice and the result is five ty that is responsible for the conduct Go Washington, April 17. "The podeath himself, offered to asist in lay, grade $1.39 worth 81.65. Still better regular price $2.00. We ask ordor seting aside the decree be set killed, fourteen in jail and twentysone of the government. ing away the body of the child, who litical situation in Kentucky is becom- aside. you to call in and see our solid comfort easy wearing shoes at all prices There is a suspicion that Mrs. divorce suits filed and the end is not Col. Bryan's chances for the nom- had already passed to thejgreat beyond ing decidedly interesting," says Con Hlghnote No. 1 Is trying to get her To Dedicate the Monuments. ranging from $1,50 to $3.50. This line cannot bo excelled by any house. ination for the Presidency next year Another colored patient volunteer- gressman John S. Rhea, of the Third husband In a position where she can We have rectived the initial num are narrowing. Ice success of tbe ed, and together without guards, the Kentucky District, in an interview in have him arrested for bigamy. States of Kentucky and Georber of the IluccUaneout, a new paper Democratic ticket in 1900 without the pair wended their way to tbe cemete- this city. Good lawyers, and among them gia Will Bo Well Ropro-sentlaunched at Fordsville. The sound money Democratic vote is im- ry a puarter of a mile distant, where "Interest centers in the Guberna- thosein the county prosecutor's office, just We call your special attention to our handsome lino oi ladies shoes,lace, button and oxford ties. This line was manufactured especially for us. We on May 3. youngster has some good features, but possible, and while the broader news- the grave of Susie Rogers was prepar- torial race, which is a three cornered say. however, that Hlghnote, while know we can please you in prices and styles. You should not fail to see it will hardly be recognized by the papers and politicians are trying to ed. There was nothing between the contest. In my opinion Hon. Wil- he may civilly have two wives, is not them. press until it lets the public know who win back this element, Bryan and bis negro ravisher and liberty, but the liam Goebel, who started out as a criminally guilty of bigamy, because Chattanooga, Tenn., April 18. thought of running away never enter leading candidate, has shot his bolt he was absolutely divorced lrom No. Governor Bradley of Kentucky, with For boys,girls and your babies we are at home when it comes to styles narrow-gaug- e followers are industriis responsible for its publication. ed the head of the little black man and is fit and prices on shoes for the little folks. before he married No. 2. The worst bis staffand official party ol 175 peoously laboring to keep the sound monpractically beaten now. The While looking over a Southern ey Democrats out of the party. Col. who, his task concluded, returned to Hardin boom is also on the verge of that can be done to Hlghnote is to ple, will dedicate the Kentucky monA big bargain in cheviots, 8Jc quality our price CJc Anothergrade magazine we were pleased to find a Bryan opposes admitting this large the pesthouse, as though It was collapse, if not already dead. Hardin arrest him for contempt of court in ument at Chickamauga worth ujc, our price 5. park on quite natural and in the ordinary run beautiful short story by Mr. Heber and respectable element into the silkilled off Goebel, but in so doing did reluslng to pay alimony ordered, but May 3. A nice line dress ginghams worth 7Jc, our price 6c. Better trrsde Governor Chandler ol Georgia, with Matthews, of this place. The story ver councils because it would oppose oi things for a man condemned to not do himself any material good. there Is a question about that, and zephyrs, glngbams, Worth lUc, our price oj. One line apron ginghams death for the .'most horrble of crimes Judge Stover won't do it at this late a very much larger paity from his deals with a phase of human character his nomination for the Piesidency. worth 60, our price 5c, to walk free a quarter of a mile from The candidacy of Col. W. J. Stone is date anyway. state, will dedicate the Georgia monthat appeals to the mellowest senti Bryan is willing to drive a million vots in a very, healthy condition and a m A big drive in bleached cotton, one grade worth 71c, for 6c, One any keeper. ument on May 4th. These dedications ments of the soul, and withal it does ers away from the Democratic party large and influential element of tbe worth 8Jc, for GJc, Extra heavy yard wide shirting worth 5c. our How'sThls? coming at the same with the Chattanext preached a funeral. great credit to its author. price 3Jc. Call in sco this line of cottons. party is backing bim. rather than jeopardize bis chances for nooga spring festival, will bring many y Some little time later, Llllie "With all the complications of a We offer Une HunJred Dollar Re thousands ot old soldiers and the nomination for the Presidency, As for mens head wear all wo ask is to examine our stiles and prices Gen. Hardin says he is opposed to died,and Bob Blanks again made their three sided fight it is impossible to ward lor any case of Catarrh that friends to this and wo feel that everybody will be wearing one of our kyita. city on the dates men' the Democratic conventions endorsing and yet there are Democratic news- - the trip to tlje burial ground. This cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh name the winner, for It may be that tioued and make it the most notable the Goebel election law because such papers which insist on calling him a time, not content with assisting Cure. some outsider Goodnicht, Prvor. El others at thqeeremony, Bob took the F. J. C11ENKV& CO.,Toledo;0. reunion ol the blue and gray that has action would help a particular candi patriot Brown may walk We, the undersigned, have known taken place in the south for a long principal part himself, delivering the lis or date for Governor. He will have to Say, neighbor, while news is a little off with the nomination." F.J. Cheuey for the last 15 years, and while. obnoxious law for more scarce and things are rather quiet, we funeral sermon. When the preacher oppose that The veterans will, while there, take believe him perfectily honorable in all commendable reasons before Ken want to ax ye a question: Why ain't became excited and with all his racial Baamtr ! Blood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skiri. No business transactions and financially in the sights of the city and surrounds tuckians will trust him to administer ye a warnin the people agin the rob- eloquence, told of the reward awaiting the good. Many of his colored an beantr without it. Cascants, Candy Cathar- able to carry out any obligations ings and will be entertained by the and ketp it clean, b tic clean your their State government. ber tariff ? Only a little while ago ye dltors were completely carried away stirring up the bloodIirer and driring all Im- made by their firm. pageants, conceits, balls and other lazy purities from tbe body. Begin tonday to were grinding out columns of soothing and clasped the feet West t Troax, Wholesale Drug festivities of the carnival week. of the rape banish pimple, boili, blotches, blackheads, The millionaires may be a menace pity for the dear people who were be fiend, declaring him a born preacher and that aickly bilious complexion by taking gists, Toledo, O. to the rights oi the common people, Caacarett, beauty (or ten centi. All drug- ing robbed by a protective tariff. Ye sent from Heaven. Waldinc, Kinnan & Marvin, Examplo Bettor Than Procept gnu, aaiisiacuon guarantees, iuc,;uc,suc, but fortunately they can be restrained swore that the tariff began robbin' tbe Blanks was taken from the LouisWhole sale Druggists, Toledo, O. by the strong arm of the law, but as Those sententious proverbs, or old Strange Death. baby with bis first petticoat and kept ville jail, where he had been confined Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inters saws, which are used as prefixes to yet society is at the meicy of the howlnally, acting directilly upon the blood crackin' it to him through life and since arrest after the crime, with the ing demagogues who insist that every Evansvllle, Ind., April 18. Phil- and mucous surfaces of the system. all ol the Hood Sarsaparilla advertiswound up with the shovel that throw- - exception of the few weeks spent in ing In thousands ot papers throughman who by industry and economy edthe last clod upon his coffin. Now the tht Eruptive hospital, at 7 o'clock lip Newman, an aged farmer living Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. out tbe country, are evidence ot a new has been able to pay his honest debts near Elberfield, this county, died per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. robber barons are goin' right on with Monday morning and carried to May-fieland original style of display advertisand lay up a dollar for a rainy day is Hall's Family Pills are the best to pay the penalty of his crime Friday, and the funeral was held yes ed robbin' of the peotheir ing both pleasing and effective. The terday atternoon. a criminal. ple and the Herald stands a whistlin' Tuesday morning. Blanks left here Hood firm Is to be congratulated on To Prison For Life. Just as the funeral cortege left the in charge of Sheriff Douthltt and so cleverly adapting such wisdom as The Bryanites build their hopes of with its hands in its pockets and says house Mrs. Newman, wife of the dead Chief of Police McNutt.Mayfield. All success upon the misfortunes of the nary a word o' warnin' to the folks Princeton, Ind., April 17 (Special) has filtered down through centuries. arrangements for the execution have man, passed away. Neighbor, Col. Watterson understood who are bein' robbed. people and As the procession was forming the Emma Saxton, who threw her child Another charming thing about this have been made and Blanks says he the situation when he wrote: "If tbe wereyejist alyin' then, or have ye is ready to die. village church bell began to toll, and into a vault some days ago, causing Hood advertising is the unique type they are using. cholera sweeps across the Philippines; sold out to the robber baronB? It Before leaving the ail Monday Mrs. Newmam, folding her hands the death of the Infant, was today if the yellow fever rages in Cuba and would be intercstin' to know whether morning, he went from one prisoner across her breast, cried: "Ob, my given a life sentence by a jury In the The Gold Causes Murdor. Porto Rico; and, if wheat be down to ye sold out or jiet reformed. to another in the jail and after bid husband!" and breathed her last. She Circuit Court. She took the sentence coolly and with a smile. had been sick for some time. fifty cents a bushel, Mr, Bryan will be them good-bye- , Owensboro, Ky advised April 17 Last Av American lady residing in ding example from his fate them to the next President of the United Thursday evening Emmett Chapman, take and ad Dined With Negroos. Stockton, California, administers the States. But, otherwise, it seems to us monished them to lead better lives. at Elba, McLean county, approached To the last Blanks maintained that the force of circumstances will over following stinging rebuke to tbe Lum Wright, for work. The trade Schenectady.N. Y., April 18. Col. American Spaniards in a letter to her he was Innocent, and many persons made, Wright showed Chapman some come the force of his eloquence and William J. Bryan spoke to 1,500 perhusband, who is a Colonel in tbe can be found who think the' sentence $20 gold pieces, as he had never seen intentions. sons in the opera house here yester American army doing duty in the of death was unnessarily serve. them before. Wright then put the day. The speech was a reiteration of When it is a matter of public in- Philippines: money back into his pocket and pros Throughout the case the prisoner his welNku own views on the equality terest a newspaper may bo pardoned "Dear Husband: I send an ocean was defended by a celebrated lawyer, of man, silver and expansion. ceeded to build a fire in the stove. for divulging the secrets of its neigh- of tears for your absence and a moun- who without any hope of remuneration While on his knees Chspman shot Mr. Bryan, when spoken to regard bors and this is our apology for ex- tain of prayers for your safety. Be but purely from a desire for justice, ing criticism by certain Democrats him, and as he arose and faced him, Perhaps you have had the shot him again. posing the position of the Hartford of good cheer, George, for I have faith undertook and fought a terrible legal of the presence ol several negroes at grippe or a hard cold. You Chapman then fled without obtain Herald with reference to the scramble that God will unite us again. The battle against overwhelming odds. may be recovering from the banquet in New York Saturday ing the coveted gold, white Wright malaria or a slow fever; or for the nomination for Governor with- great American heart throbs with joy Louisville Commercial. nlght.sald he had not heard of It. possibly some of the chilstaggered to a neighbor's house, where in the party it is supposed to stand at every message of victory and swells "Will you express an opinion as to " 'Tiir'ir r "n dren sre Just getting over Mayfield, Ky April 18. The ex he lingered until last evening, when for. The Herald is for Stone and we with pride for the conduct of the noble how your dining with negroes will whooping the measles or We have come to the Farmer's Rescue with Prices rent in twain with ecutlon of Bob Blanks occurred in tbe he died. Chapman has escaped from affect your standing in tbe South?" boys in a distant land. Maybe you cough. suppose regards him as the strongest the determination that he shsll not endure hard labor if he will only buy county jail yard enclosure, this morn the country. Are you recovering as fast was asked. candidate for the final campaign, but have heard of the small politicians lug. The trap door fell our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Cultivators. at io:-- j o'clock as you should? Has not I decline to discuss the matter," it lacks the backbone to say so, and here who are overflowing with pity and the criminal met death without Brutal Murdor. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and loss of time. your old trouble left your its cowardly policy in this matter for the insurgents, but don't let this signs of nervousnesa. He was pro said the colonel, "until I know It is blood full of Impurities? Farmers, before buying elsewhere, come and examine our large stock Chattanooga, Tenn., April 18 The an acuat fact that the people of the And Isn't this the resson it as a representative of the worry you, for there has never been a nounced dead in seven minutes. of Implementa of every description. Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, horribly mutilated remains of Miss you keep so poorly? Don't South are agitated," Democratic party. moment since that historio Sunday Wagons, &c, &c. He spent the greater portion ol last delay recovery longer but Adelaide Tucker,a well-t- o do aged wo "Would you," was asked, "go to a morning when the thunder of Dewey's night in sleep and had requested not man, who lived alone on lookout banquet with the knowledge that neTbe senior editor of this paper ac- guns went echoing around tbe globe Takm to be disturbed. During the forepart of groes were to be Mountain, have been found to day In there?" knowledged courtesies shown bim, when a single American citizen whose the night he became quite nervous her residence. It is supposed that "I shall answer that question when while on a recent visit to the Courie- rsoul was not befouled by lust for office and cried bitterly. He awoke shortly confronted two tramps who were seen about the by such a condition," was Journal building, by Mr. W. B. Phil, or party gain would have turned those before 5 o'clock and became very sick the reply. 34 house several days ago committed the BBAVBR DAM, KENTUCKY. lips of that paper. Mr. Phillips took ialands over to the cruel Spaniards or at the stomach and vomited, though crime for the purpose of robbery, as us through the diflerent departments OAK GROVE, KY. left them at the mercy of their own he appeared to have fully regained the woman was said to have had cons of the mammoth building and pleas barbarity. Tbe American siderable money in her possession. Spaniards himself and was reconciled to bis fate. Mr. J. A. King's little boy, Roamy, antly explained to us tbe workings of who sympathize with the iusurgents in In the presence of colored ministers, ,l,gg--B Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win the many delicately constructed ma their struggle for liberty might he laughed, talked and hesitatingly Is very sick at this writing. success In life. This being conceded. It is of first importance to get your as Mrs. Etta Hudson is very low with announced hla readiness and willingtraining at the school that stands In the very front rank. chines, most of which appear novel to aptly extend their sympathies to the ness to die. Without a murmur he inflamation of the stomach. a country, editor. After seeing the naughty school boy who & Stralton College, . struggles for humbly' submltltd to the reading of Mr, J. T. Davis and wife visited wonderful'mechanical equipment, and S.OUIHV1LI.K, KENTUCKY. That your Laundry is sent to the the liberty to destroy tbe discipline of the death warrant and puffing a light their daughter, Mrs. Tilden Drake, meeting the capable and courteous 1 AND DYE WORKS, HOPKINSVILIE STEAM LAUNDRY ? Vf.n eP"ie"'d teachers, each one a specialist In the school. Dear George never doubt cigar, bl Graduates of this college preletred by busl. he marched from the jail to tbe last Sunday, office force one is not surprised that I the approval of your countrymen. platform from which he delivered a J which has the reputation of turning TELEGRAPHY, ness houses. Write for a beautiful book (riving tesLast Wednesday night a young the Courier-JournV is the greatest These venders of timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the out the best work in the country. W T patriotism for place speech 40 minutes in length. j man called at tbe residence of Jesse .. ... remove ... . .41 United States It will be mailed to you FREE. Democratic newspaper in tbe South. su imouri. All of its machinery is of the most j8 it win and power will pass away and slumber his talk, he dwelt upon the sub Davis and asked for food and raiment In 'ties from your blood. It Is modern Ant1 none but skilled work, alio a tonic of immense men, who thoroughly understand Gen. P. Wat Hardin spoke to a in forgotten tombs whilo a great Philip, ject ot eternal salvation, asserting con for ai years and proved his relation to value. Give nature a Utile their business arc employed. small crowd at the court house here pine republic will stand an imperish fidence In having made peace with bis the family by Dr. R. I. Lankford. help at this time. Aid her Rev. J. J. Price will fill his regular The plant Is one of the largest in by removing all tbe products Tuesday. Gen. Hardin's speech dif- able monument to tho heroic deeds of God. The officers 'held him while the the country, extending the lull length of disease from your blood. our noble army, Be faithful to our noose was being adjusted and as he appointment the 5th, Sunday in this fered little from those he has deliverIf your bowels sre not oi a square. All work guaranteed ,.h IV... month at Select. W. Just right, Ayers Pills wilt ed elsewhere in the State, and wis country and our flag and when you uttered, "wait a minute," the trigger ind repairing free m m so. Send for make them Economical Writing Machine. have finished the task destiny has as- was pulled, and the breakipg of his mainly devoted to an attempt to dig Give us a trial II you arc not now a We have just received a carload oi .j cur boo on Diet in Coaiti. vhi m v neck was distinctly heard. The rope Plows, Harrows, Cultivators ... - n. as M aasi and patlon, himself out of the political grave signed you and you come home be en KknHflc frtoftpU, sJ y BKXaaTaaTaaaTarar isssji JBI customer. Leave vcmrworie with used was the same used In the execu- Drills of the best make to be.bsdVtid c( ttmplt UU the mart aVuM prepared for the open arms of a faithJa-fHWrafoMNl Nii4l where Co). Bradley gently laid him to Lyman Williams, Agent, are prepared. to aave you money on tion of Will Tutt last Thursday, W. Lava Mi. .1 AemMmsm. U lathi BHtVthtWHtcr. f lam. of tbamot.ala.alt!T,l-Uo- , rest in 1895. He said that while he ful wife and the clad applause of a HARirtttte, KY. la tb. Umw4 But... writ. The crowd In the city today attract all kinds of machinery. Call and see grateful country.' Maonolia. H buying. Agents for jwmij tan rtir. m btviuds s.ur. Atk tar AA Ctlitxm. ? Who is our agent iu your town, and was being immolated on tbe silver alt execution, presented the us before edby the ? the King of harvesting and wiiiaiiem ""'AJ,B& tfW. same ready loioe.uipjmg due have w n.SmHt RmiCs. r,uiJaa.Tu.-.i tar in 1895 neither Stone nor Goebel -. - - ww,wwi wmpfHiVi M Farming Implements of all kinds, appearance of circus day," There, was machinery. for yon in lime. raited bis voice for silver, and while for sale by Heury field & Son. no disorder displayed and not a esse of IIRNBY 1'IEl.D & Son. ofEcc 412 Walaut St., Crootnnati, Q, Leave your laundry at the post 215 5th St. Louisville. at Hartford Entered at the as second class mall matter. post-office his statements by the Congressional Record. Mr. Hardin said he had no personal ambition to be Governor of Kentucky and was making the race FRIDAY, APRIL ai. solely in the interest of the people Ho said be was the John the Baptist JL2T2rOmTCSSSrrS t who preached in the wilderness before rom T1IS SENATE. the Messiah from Nebraska came and We areautborlzed to announce Hon that to turn him down would he equivW. Fred Long as a candidate for the office of State Senator in tbJs tbe Sev- alent to a repudiation oi the new enth Senatorial District, subject to the faith promulgated from Chicago in action of the Republican party. 189G Duga Grave a Quarter of aMIle Away Later Preached a Funeral. Miss Couesdon, a French woman, predicts that "America will have the most terrible war ever waged." Whether it wilt be the people against RESULT OF A DIVORCE SUIT Goebel or other foreign forces she does not say. Hawesvllle PlalndeaU Ho Is Not Certain According er. to tho Law Whethor ho Has The woman who mislays her hat and looks for it In her purse, among-- ether Impossible places, is very like the physician who looks in atl sort of impossible placet lor me cause 01 a uiseaac. 10c ncan dc. gins to act irregularly and straightway meres an examination of the heart to find what Is interfering with It, The liver riTet trouble, and ia dosed with drugs ana pounaea witn pills to bring ,to light the cause. and all the time the cause of the trouble la in the stomach. , The intimate connection 01 ine stomach with the heart and the other vital organs, necessarily results in the sympathy of these organs with any derangement I or disease of the stomach and the otnns of dlres- tion and nutrition. Thousands have been cured of palpitation, liver trouble, shortness of breath, pain In the side, backache, and numerous other complaints by the use of Dr. Pierce's Colden Medical Discoery. This medicine acta directly upon the stomach, the organs of digestion and nutrition aud the blood Making glands, and the fact that It cures so many forms of disease ia the best proof that these diseases originate in the stomach and must be cured through the stomach. "I had been a great sufferer for several years, sad my family doctor said I would not be a ni.n In two years, but, thank God, I am still llring,' writes Mr. George MW. TruXow. of Augusta Co., Va, Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical imcovcnr U what saved my life. I had heart trouble so bad that I could not lie on my left side without a great deal of pals. I was early past work when I commrnred your medicine, but I can do about as much work now as any man, I cannot aaytao much for the bencSI AN AGREEMENT REACHED! Between the people of Ohio County is that -:- - & (Jollins -- -:- - Is tbe place to buy your DryGoodSp Cloihingy Shoes and Millinery, ft ONE LOW PRICE TO EVERYBODY. Highest Cash Market Prices for All Your Produce. GOODS- DRESS one-ce- CLOTHING. cloth-boun- TWO GOVERNORS Bradley and Chandler to Chickamauga al'1 hji SHOES. $1.-J8- WJ od LADIES. Cor-dle- Yours for low prices, R. T. COLLINS. IRE AS SPRING IS NOW AT LAST "C d, high-hand- You will find us prepared with a full line of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Millinery Goods, Shoes, Slippers, &c., which will bo sold at prices that defy competition. Will give you prices next week. We want your Poultry, Geese, Turkeys, Wool and all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market price. Yours to please, HaveYoiu S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. A Been Sick CAPTURED! Labor and trouble. m 1 i "We Have Met the Enemy and They Are Ours" High Prices, Hard I d .A Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. Willia'ms & Williams, A Easiness Mae&iion She Bryant Easiness See To Itl V SKEJ,nN0' al --.- '1WrxaicajMBxvraiVffS)'raS)4 The Smith Premier Typewriter ...... "hm px-r- J - -- .uLj W, i jpataav 4aaaBaaH r TBsF"mm av rot w 1 . ' . "IbV" 1T1 1 IV J ,m . ' SgglaffBySWSaaBalaWaaiaaHaWaaaaWasaaaa ""T' """" ""( Wfr fi r A Great Trade Torrent .v " Trust Ihat 'which seems hard to bear may be a great blessing. Let us take a lesson from the House of Hartford, rough weather of Spring It Where people can purchase undisturbed, is doing good despite appearsystem knowing that they are in a reliable house. ances. Cleanse theout thoroughly; rout all SUPREME in Price Concessions as well as impurities from the blood supreme in styles. Our customers always with that greatest specific, rely on getting better value here for their Hood's Sarsaparilla. Constantly Flowing Toward FAIR & GO'S, the Leading Dry Goods Not to Appearances." money than elsewhere. Wo are selling merchandise that everybody wants at prices satisfactory to all and customers are contented. JUST A HINT suggestive of the many Bargains we offer you: . Cotton Jeans uc quality Bleach Cotton ....loc yard wide . . . -- Instead of sleepless nights, with Irritnbleness and an undone, tired feeling, you will tmvo a tone and a bracing air that will enable you to enter Into every day's work with pleasure. Remember, Hood's Jnfwr diiappcinti. Scrofula Bunches -- "An operation iH 6c 37 In. shirting. plaid sudatrlped.se 1 8c Bed Ticking, guaranteed to hold feather 15c 54 In. Turkey Red Table Linen . . 15c 4 Table Oil Cloth (not seconds) . 15c Beat quality colored Carpet chain, Heavy Oomeatlc 4c Drew Style Ginghams. . . .5c and 6c 1,000 yds apron checked Ginghams, 5c 10 pieces Piques in stripe or figures latest fad for waists 10c toe 10 pieces Sheer Organdies. to pieces figured Dimities 7c white Dimities 10c 5 pieces 3 pieces 28 In. Serge toe the thing for skirts snd bicycle suits. 5 pieces linen finished Ducks. . . toe 50c a pair for Lace Curtains, 3 yards long, bound with tape. 5-- 7c 5c Ladles' good black Hose Limited quantity good Prints . . i6c .... Attention, Young Men ! Snd plain, white, $1.00. Ladles' Vest 5c 6 for 35c Men's Balbrigan Undershirt and Drawers 25c c Good heavy Sox Children's Slippers 30c to $l, tan and black. Ladles' Slippers 50c Ladies' fine Kid Shoes $1.00 Men's plow Shoes ft 00 Children's suits 69c Youth sults,pants,coat and vest,$i 50 48 Men's heavy twilled black suits, an4 Htr ini. IS. Child's odd pants 35c ' Wood, nil, onlf otb.rtl.UUfc. with HoodT3r.pirHUu Boys' odd pants 89c Men's Cottonade pants 45c To look at the fancy candles at Good quality Moleskin pants. . . 75c Ladles' ready-mad- e Skirts, . 921c to S Moore & Sanderfer's will make you Good quality home spun Linen . hungry, any day. Come and see. Men's Bice Straw Hats 35c Mrs. Jennie McHenry returned Boys' nice Straw Hats 19c home from an extenJed visit to her sons, John J. and Lem McHenry, In Louisville. 3c 5c helped n7 ton temporarily for scrofula bunches on bis neck, bat Hood's Sarsaps-rill- s caused tbem to disappear entirely." Mai. Lewis A. CiarMTii, SI Wadiirortn Street, Hartford, Conn. Cntarrtl " I bare had no return of tbe catarrh which troubled me for years, since Hood's Sarsaparilla cured me." Mas. Jos lmi(, Wathlncton St., Ogdrnitmre, N. Y. Dyspepsia -- ' Nothing relieved me of my dytpepila until I took Hood's Sariapa-rtll- a. It cured me and I can eat three good meals erery day. I sire It to my children erery spring." Fun Poihiir, 437 South Fenna Street, Indianapolis, Ind. Hjbct& SaUahahitt t'vImnPfmrr ff j)e The "goodies" that Wecker and We want to call special attentian ot YOUNG MEN to our SUIRTri Bonhomme are making are just and NECKWEAR. No house in larger cities shows you a more com- simply grand, To see them makes plete line. Silk front Shirts $1.00. Fine Pique bosom BhirU in plaid one hungry. Soft bosom Shirts, of all description, 50c d, the thing for comfort. We are showing in ties, the latest in Puffs, Clubhouse, Scarfs, Bows, Mascots, all new spring colorings. Ask to see them. just half-price. fV Word to the Ladies! Rev. J. W. Vallandlngham will fill the pulpit at tbe Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening. AH Fourin-IIan300 sample Shirts, invited to attend. The Rowan heirs have sold 400 acres of timbered land, near Llvermore, to the Helfrick Saw and Manufacturing Company for $5,000. Hartford Temple of Fashion, Hartford Republican. Remember that the funeral of Mrs. No lady who wants the Latest in Millinery should pass us by, The we have already sent out speaks volumes for us. First, our G. J. Bean, deceased, will be preached quantity stuck is the largest ; we excel in quality and style ; our prices are the by Rev. E. E. Pate at Goshen the Sunday In this month. lowest. Call and see our Hats and if ) our belter judgment does not say fifth Mrs. Eliza Gray, of Beaver Dam, to you that 7011 can do better with ui, we will not nrgue the question. We cannot mention every article we would to like to. We want to who visited the family of Mr. Ben D meet you face to face, no matter whether you are ready to buy or not. Ringo several days, returned to her We are anxious to show Goods in all Departments that are EXCEL home Wednesday. For tbe very best tonsoriat work, LENT in QUALITY and LOW in PRICE. We want your Wool, call on Bullington, the barber, He Eggs, Feathers, etc has elegant quarters, the best of tools, tf snd will fix you up in style. FAIR & CO., PROPIETORS. See Carson & Co. for Fertilizer. Mr. Wayne e Chicago-Louisvill- Mr. Fon Rogers returned from Leb anon, Ohio, Wednesday, where he had gone to visit his twin brother, who is in school at that place. 'X jp-M- FRIDAY, APRIL 31. - I. C. B. R. Beaver Dam. Kv Time Table. NORTH BOUND. 4AI a. No. 204, Fast Mail No. 232, Accommodation..6:02 a. No. 222, Accommodatlon,.12.41 p. 6;52 p. No. 202, Fast Mail No. 294, Local Freight. . . .8:10 a. 12-2,- Tbe Render Baptist church, at Ren Griffin attended the base ball game in der, Ky., will be dedicated on the 5th Sunday In April, 1899. The Rev. J Louisville Friday. A. Bennett, of Fairview, Ky., will of Mr. J. W. Rnley and wife, of delate. tf visited Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury Attorney McCain Taylor, Morgan-tow- n, Tinsley last Sunday. Mc. was In town Saturday. Dr. J. J. Mitchell and Mr. R. P. Is a prince of good fellows, and he Hocker, of Beaver Dam, attended the always finds a ready welcome in speaking here Tuesday. Hartford. Max-well, For fresh bread at all hours, call on m. m. Wecker & Bonhomme, Proprietors ro. City Bakery, Hartford, Ky. tf m. Mrs. C M. Barnett, who has been In Louisville for a week, will return SOUTH BOUND. today, accompanied by Col. m' borne No. 203, Fast Mail Barnett. No. 231, Accommodatlon...8:37 p. m No. 221, Accommodatlon.l2:26 p. m. 10:30 a. n. Mini IHi. in. No. 201, Fast Mall No. 2$, Local Freight. . . .2:40 p. m. We sell the best brand of Calico al m- - If In need ot enlarged portraits, call at Schroeter'8 Floating Studio and see samples and prices on best grades only. His place of business is headquarters tf lor such work. Field & Son have secured an extra stable and now have ample room to accommodate all their customers. Tbe politest attention and the best ol feed lor your horses. Mr. C. C. Weddlne's hoarding house. 6ii id street. Louisville, is the capital place for Ohio county people to stop while in the city. Uestfi.oo tf per day house In the city. Mr. John Foster, now located at Wand, contemplates moving back to Hattford In a short time. We always welcome such excellent people as Mr. Foster snd family to our town. 3tfc. Carson & Co. . Mr. H. P. Toylor went to Louisvllh Wednesday. Field's 'bos meets all trains al Beaver Dens. Mr. J,T. Felix, of Olston, was ir town Monday. Mr, Sam Leach, Cromwell, was Ir town Wednesday, Mr. A. W. Davidson, Union, wai in town Tuesday. In Moore & Sauderfer are business. the grocery Leave your stock with Likens & tt Rom when In Hertford. Greer, Adsburg, was ir Mr John town the first of the week. ASH YOUR DOCTOR! AsK your phyiklan thb question, "What Is ihe on great remedy for coruumption?" He will answer, e!l.M Nine out "Cod-live- r of ten will answer the same way. Yet when wrsor have consumption they loathe all fattv foods, vat fat is neces- saty for their recovery and they cannot ukc piain cuu-livoil. The plain oil disturbs the stomach and takes away the appetite. The disagreeable fishy odor and taste make it almost unendurable. What is to be done? This Question was answered when we first made er I If you want your curtains and por tiers to look neat and clean, save them lor Lyman Williams, agent for the Hopklnsvllle Steam Laundry and Dye Works, Reasonable prices Before buying, get our prices on Wagons, Buggies, Disc Harrows, Cultivators; Com Drills, Plows, Fertilizers, Buggy Poles, Shafts, &c Likens & Ross, Liverymen. Mr. Francis Bensinger, formerly of this place, but now one of the editors of the Hopklnsvllle Messenger, came up Saturday and spent Sunday with Mr, Lawton Klein, returning Mon- - W. II. Fotenun, Barrett' Ferry, was In town Wednesday. Mr. L. P. Downs, ot South CairolN ton, was in Harttord last Friday. Rev. Carson & Co Millinery Poods. Mr. Luther Brown, ol Echols, was a caller at this office Wednesday. Bring us your fat Hens, Eggs, Feathers and Wool. Carson St Co. Go to Weaterfleld & Miller's for Irtot meats, lard, bacon and chickens. Miss Katie Belle Duncan, ot Louisville, is visiting relatives at McHenwh.n van want the bet and fresh est groceries, go to Moore & Sander- fers. T.tkMs & Ross will jive your stock estxeUl attention when you come to Don't fall to see Miss Staflord for epajt. Dr. T. J. Wedding Whltesvllle, ford tkU week. vUlted-relatlve- . " and a family, of in tun day. Here Is a good story on Mr. B. Mr, A, who Is a merchant in the northern part of the county, was short of small I of r Oil with Hypo- change and asked Mr. B , who was nhoiDh tes. AthOUtfh that coming to Hartford, to bring him a years 1 dollar's worth of coppers, and when was nearly twenty-fiv- e Mr. B. returned with a meal sick full ago, yet It stands atone to-one great remedy f of coppers, the laugh was ou him and day the he had to set up the cigars to the for all affections o! the throat crowd. lungs. and Tto bad tsk and odor have been C. A. R. Meeting. . taken away, the oil HmW has been d the most senpartly dfjetted, At our regular meeting oa Satursitive itemaeh objects to H rarely. day, May 6th, 1899, flags will be disNat one bt ism can take and disjett tributed to decorate the graves of falloften can, the plain oH. Nine en comrades and the places where MM take SCOTT5 EMUUXUN services are to be held will be named. jest H. That I wy K mm w Any neighborhood where soldiers are rubv ssMi of aattv soiwinwllsn. Evsn m advantasl eases K Mn J burled desiring services will please comfort and jratety Sf4ensj4 m& let as knew en above date. Wm. A. Cabmm, Com. SCOTT5 SOWNtTbMls N.w York. Ml J, C. Chamwulain. AdJ't. MX III L.M Mln EMULSION Cod-Live- SCOTT'S et i The Knights of Honor will meet at DANFU8KIE ISLAND, S. C. collar tricks and being bathed with IlipKIUi inal,tlintinfrf.HKHKrvf.ff.tiHir.liffBflJ hall Saturday night, April aid. All and given some medicine recovered. April 14th. There is quite a change members are requested to attend, as S M. Dexter oner a short illness is there will be Important business to In general since my last letter to your able to be out again. paper from Matanzts, Cuba. We detransact. Rev, T. M. Morton and nephew, E. Ir-E. B. Pendleton, z Our new stock is now in and it will be a pleasure for you Dictator, parted from that place on the 8th at M. Morton, went to McLean county to examine It is largely adapted to every possible de A HttlechlldofMr.andMrs. Joseph 8130 p. m. on transports Kllpatrick last week. mand. If you are in search of a reliable article, come to and Florida, The first battalion was ns; if you believe that the judgment of an experienced T. H. Benton went to Rockport Hale, Narrows, died Sunday. May merchant is worth anything, visit our store. Our new the hallowed soul of the sleeping babe on the Florida and the second snd Saturday eve. stock is beyond comparison with former seasons, nod it Squire W. A. Rone was in town steal the new born song from the lips third battalions were on the Kllpatwill expand your ideas and heart to take a good look at it. ot the angel choir and waft them rick, anchored et the mouth ot Savan- last week attending court. nah river on tae 10th at 6:30 p. ni. Wife of Dr. B. F. Tichenor Is visitearthward to cheer the laidened home of its sorrowing parents and pluck a The boys in our regiment are still In ing relatives In Onensboro, Wo want every lady to come in and see our largo strck Mr. John Mclntire, of Hartford, Is Star from some other world and plsnt good health. The officers on the of Spring Prints. You will be well paid for the time and transports say we are the healthiest visiting here. John appears to like the It near the celestial gate to light their trouble expended in looking over this line. looklny set ol men they had seen. If citizens here, or a few of them at pathway on to heaven. yon had been on board our boat you least. The Floating Studio will leave would have thought we were bound Mr. R. C Tichenor has returned We sell the very best standard grsdes in Cottons and Harttord about tbe first week in May, for New York, as most of tbe regi- trom his rait trip and reports tbe Bheetlngs at prices. Our line is complete in and go to Rochester and will remain ment was hallooing "New every way, and stocked with reliable goods only. If you York." water as being very swift. there three weeks; then to Paradlie On Sunday desire to get the full purchasing power out ot your Dollar when we lelt Matanzas Mr. R D. Reneer went to Carrollton for ten days; then to Rockport, and in honest quality, como to us, and you will get some ot our destination was unknown, as we last Saturday on business. the. best bargains you ever had. Irom Rockport we will make stops at left that point under sealed orders, Mr. H.O. Schroeter, of tbe Floating Cera! vo.Smallbouse Klrtley's Landing It was a sure thing that we were Studio, was here last Sunday. but and Point Pleasant. If in need of coming to Savannah. When "Wc Our new line of Ginghams for Spring and Summer is Mr. F. T. Tinsley will resume work Enlarging in best grades only, wait sighted American soil we also sighted worthy tbe attention of every lady in this community.and at bis saw mill on Rough river this for us. Remember our Photo Buttons we earnestly request that you will make no purchases bea United Statea quarantine gunboat week; he has a good contract to fill are the fad of the day. fore seeing our beautiful attractions. Wo are fully stocked and we were hailed, picked up a pilot Mr. Sam Ferguson, of Island, Ky., with a complete assortment of the latest and most popular Mr. Reuben Norman died at his and then proceeded to the mouth of was with us last week on business. goods, and our prices are all tbeelosest buyer could desire. home, near Select, April 13th, of con Savannah river, where we staid until Come again Sam. sumption. He had been In ill health Tuesday mornlug about 8:30, when Depnty postmaster is all smiles about eighteen months and gradually the quarantine doctor sent orders for again, tbere is a new boy in his home Ladies will find nothing lacking in this line during the sank as deeper grew the disease. Mr the ships to proceed to the quarantine It was born the nth inst. Mother coming season. Our stock is complete in all respects and Norman was an energetic and success station where we dropped anchor and and child are getting along nicely. a model collection of newest styles. We expect to make prices as pleating as the good .which is saying a great deal. tul farmer and enjoyed the confidence laid until Wednesday morning when We name him William Harrison Re and esteem of a large circle of friends. we commenced to unload. neer. Death leaves a wile and seven chlk No more weddings yet, hope to I was on the Kllpatrick and was de We' want every careful buyer to see our Linens this seadren to mourn the loss of a devoted tailed to go tbe Florida and help un- have one soon to report. Rex. son. In Table Linens, Towels and Crashes. &c. we are companion and father. load our baggage. We unloaded one exhibiting bargains taa quality, worth and price, that you We show qualities at prices can not fail to appreciate. Mr. A. R. Renfrew and Hiss Ora lighter and then took It to the gov lower than you ever knew tbem before. ernment disinfecting station, where Duke were quietly married at the The wheat crop is looking better residence of the bride, near Palo, the regiment was disinfected and the last few days. Farmers are busy Wednesday evening. Mr. Renfrew is then sent to tbe Danfuskle Island un- since the pretty weather set In. To Our Notion Department is full of the newest and best If no bacco plants are coming nicely. We have most anything you want in this requirements. the popular manager of the firm of A. der a five days' quarantine. line.ondbave made a special eflort to be completely stocked R. Renfrew & Co., at Dundee, and cases break out here, we will at the n Rev. W. S. Winkler filled his reguwith the latest novelties, as well as all regulargoods. Our Miss Duke is the accomplished aud end of five days be taken to Savan lar appointment Sunday and Sunday prices, which are always reliable,show unusual advantages pretty daughter of Mr. Thomas Duke, nah, Go.,' and there remain in camp night for the buyers, and ire hope you will not neglect to take near Palo. The Republican joins until we are mustered out The are Sunday School is moving on nicely. advantage of our present intention to sell Notions at their many friends In wishing them a at present on this island lour regi prices. Miss Charlottle Ward is visiting calm, sweet voyage down the river of ment the 6th Missouri, the 3d Ken her brother, Mr. V. C Ward. tucky, the 3d Nebraska (16 to I W. J. life. Mr. A. G. Milter and Fred Tinsley We operate our store on a determined policy of Fair and and six companies of the 49th went to Owemiboro A widow lady, living near Jingo, B.), with tobacSquare Dealings, backed by resources and ability this Iowa. If everything goes well we co. Mrs. Mattie Stevens left to day came to town Monday and had a means that we give the customers the benefit of the lowwarrant of arrest issued for the seducer wilt be removed from the Island tor Owensboro. est prices possible. We do not slaughter our goods, nor Monday evening or Tuesday morning of her daughter. Wednesday evening sacrifice any special line to bolster up another, but purMr. Lane Sanders, who has been chase carefully, buy closely, and are thus enabled to sell the party In question came to the as onr time will expire Monday. sick for some time, is very little beton a narrow margin of profit So, thanking you for past County Clerk's office and got a license Our camp is right on the beach. It ter. favors, and hoping you will call and examine our Spring marry the girl and at the same is as warm in daytime as it wss in who has been atto Dr. R. L. Ford, Yours respectfully, Stock, we are, seduction. Cuba, but as the Cabans say: "It Is tending Medical College at St Louis, for time was arrested night and we are shy returned home the Judge Miller put him under bond for mucha freeo" at 15th. packed . bis appearance before him Thursday of blankets and clothes, lor we Mrs. Ella Cook, of No Creek, visitmorning. Promptly at 9 o'clock them in our boxes and the boxes were ed relatives in Beds Saturday and Thursday the gentleman was before fumigated and sent to Savannah to be Sunday while Rev. W- - E. Cook atsent there. tended quarterly meeting at Livers the court with his marriage certifi- stored away until we were cate in his hand and was discharged. When we landed on the island it was more. TW1CE-A-WEE$200.00 Given Away. Wednesday night, all Mr. E. P. Bennett, of Shinkle It is to be hoped that he will be man about 9 o'clock hungry as wolves, we swallowed a few Chapel neighborhood, is on the sick 1 e fu a Separate ly enough to be a real husband to the Cents. bites of corn beef and hard tack and list. woman he married. sand use the letters to form as Mr. A. Webb b sick at this writ then the boys began to lock around ing. many words as you can, nsing the Griffln-Austl- n. for a place to sleep. We finally quietFarmers are busy preparing for letters backwards or forwards, but UfUSDn) ' thought of corn planting. ed down and everyone dont use any letter in the word more The chronicler of human events what we call stories of our fathers, Uncle un Hoover is conuned to His "Beautiful will soon record upon the page ol his- who have told us of their bitter ex room nearly blind and in bad health. times than it appears In (TWICEAsWEEK EDITION) Mr. J. C. Ellis returned from Evans Flowers." It is said forty English tory bright and fair the happy un- periences in the civil war. We got GBISY vreeBsnir.Mttor, ville last week. He went down on a words can be spelled correctly from ion of Mr. Wayne Griffin and Miss up yesterday morning and managed raft. Will be sent to any address until the these sixteen letters. For example-t- ea, Attye Austin. On Wednesday even- to get some coflee, a box of corn beef Democratic State Cesveatien for C. Success to the Republican. feet, at, etc. The Hamil Seed ing, April 26th, at 8 p.m. at the and twenty-fou- r ONLY 15 CENTS. cans of salmon, and Company will pay Two Hundred Teachers' Examination. bride's home Jn Beaver Dam the for dinner we ate the scraps that the Will keep yon posted npon all phases Dollaraln cash to tbe person sending of tbe Governor's race and State camwords to make them one will be 4th Tennessee left. Their time was Examinations of applicants to teach them forty words formed as above. paign. Lively every issnel spoken. up yesterday and they left everything If you are good at word making and Address, enclosing 15 cents in only ouly personal property and their in the common schools of Ohio county can form forty words write your name stamps or The wedding will be private, coin. will be held on the third Friday and and address plainly on yoar list and a few of the closest friends and rela- guns, so we were over in their camp THE MESSEGER, Saturday in each ot the following Inclose the same with fifteen two cent tives of the contracting parties being getting bread, meat, beans and anyOwensboro, Ky. and August. stamps for ten packets of Beautiful 41 invited. After the ceremony the brl thing that looked like it was' half way months: May, June, July The third Friday In each month will Flower Seeds of ten popular and differdal party will return to the home of fit to eat, so by supper we were in a varieties. ent "Money to patent good ideas nscy the groom in Hartford where a fitting shape to cook something, as our govern the time of examination. Our obiect in elvlne this Two Hun State examinations will be held In dred Dollars is to attract attention to be secured by our aid, address Ths reception will be given them. Patent Recoxd, Baltimore, Md." things were all hauled to us. Now Miss Austin is a daughter of Mr. we are all right, it it was not so cold June and August at the time of conn and Introduce our seeds in the U. S. carefully and con ty exaulnations. Examinations for This offer will be and Mrs. F. O. Austin, of Beaver at night. DOYSUWAiaTOKMEaWI? colored teachers will be held On the scientiously carried out and It should Dam, and is a most charming, accomI think we will be at home by the 4th Friday and Saturday of the not be classed witn tie i aaa pkb w ekk ciuakantem plished and winsome lady, of whom middle of May; so "Hold the Fort for We will spend a large amount We want intelligent, hustleng rep months above mentioned. of money to start our trade and want her home people are justly proud, and we are coming," A. L. Hudson. Fon Roosrs, Co. Supt. your trial order; you receive the great- resentatlves to handle the most bean evwhose numerous acquaintance est value in seeds ever offered. If tlful and popular line of first seelllng as friends. eryone are numbered Resolutions of Respect. A Kansas printer ws making up two or more persons succeeded in for- books and Bibles every Issued by any Alter completing her school work in forms one day in a hurry and got a ming forty words the $200 will be house. quick sellers, loer Mony exura spethe West Kentucky Seminary, at Whereas, In the course of human marriage notice and a grocer's ad. so divided pro-raretail prices, liberal terms and Mr came to events, death has knocked at the mixed up that it read as follows! John cial prizes ot value will be awarded to Beaver Dam, Miss Austin persons sending twenty five words or dealing are the inducements we offer. Hartford where since' she has ben doors of the Methodist Sunday School Smith and Ida Quay were united in more who will assist in introducing Credit given snd freights paid. Wa the holy Sauerkraut by the quart or with Messrs. Carson & Co. of Hartford, and called away our wor' barrel. Mr. Smith is a well known oar seeds and specialties. want you with us. Write us by reSatisfaction is absolutely guaran- turn mall. Mr. Griffin is the eldest son of Mr, thy brother, Lawrence Klein, who de- Codfish at 10 cents per ponnd, while possiT. Larkln Griffin. He is a noble parted this life April 2nd, 1899, and the bride, Miss Quay, has some Nice teed. Send your list as ealy as THE HUDGIHS PUB. CO., Pigs Feet which will be sold cheaper ble. Address Hnmll Seed Co., 965 young man,energctlc and industrious, Whereas, The Sunday School rec- than at any store in town, Warren Ave., Chicago, III. 44 Kelser Building, Atlanta, Gs. well worthy the confidence and love ognizes the great moral force wielded of the lady of bis choice. by him as a member, Tne Republican joins their many Therefore, Be it resolved that in friends in the wish that their fondest the death of our brother the Sunday hopes may be realized. School has lost an honest, upright and faithful member. David Gentry Dead. Resolved, That we realize that once Mr. David Gentry, living near it is appointed to all men to die, and Prentis, Ky., died Tuesday evening inasmuch as it has been the will of of a complication of diseases and was the Omnipotent Power to call from buried Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock our midst our brother. In the Shultz burying ground, in tbe Resolved, That we tender to the be presence of a large concourse of reaved family of our deceased member friends and relatives. When the nerves aad organs of the After spending several thousand cel- thing. For years I could not direct ssT our tenderest sympatuy in tnissaa Mr. Gentry was recognized as one hour of their bereavenieat, and, as bod7 are well and strong, and the lars I returned home convinced that I household affairs, could have no care of the best men of Ohio county and sure them of our faith that it is well woraont tisanes aad waste products could not be cured. A friend Induced whatever and never for one night did bad a large circle ol friends and rela. with him, and, are quickly removed frffm the system, me to try Dr. Mites' Restorative Ner I sleep over one hour at a time. My tlves in the county, who will learn ol Resolved, that a copy ot these reso a tremenaous amenni 01 nara wore vine, and I obtained relief in a short stomach was weak, head!ached severe his death with much sorrow. He hod lutions be presented to tbe family of can be done without serious injury. time In a few months my health re- We stent hundreds of dollers for docal wavs tilled the soil for a living. He our deceased brother and that they be It is when the nerve tissues and brain turned and I was my old self again. tors and medicine wlthont relief. Afwas one ot God's noblemen an hon spread upon the minutes of this cells are used up taster than tkey are Three years have passed since that ter having been taken to Chicago for est man. He leaves n wife and three, school and a copy thereof be furnished replaeed by new ones, when the Ores time, during which I have not found treatment without obtaining any ben children and a host of friends and rel- to the newspapers of our town with of life consume faster than the fuel it necessary to use any medicine what- efit, I lost all hope of recovery and became almost destracted. One day atives to mourn his death. can be furnished, than brain, nerves, ever. the request that they be published, Mr. H. D. Butterfield, Mt.iVernon, a pamphlet was left at my bouse and Done by order of the Sunday School and vital organs sutler cry out with The Entre Nous Entertained. April 1 3th r 1 859. neuralgia, heart disease, rheumatism, Iowa, says: "Although reluctant to I saw a '.testimonial in It trom a tady as the eodor-se- r who had been cured of similar trouble nevous dyspepsia and finally break sppesr before the public The Entre Nous club was entertain, of prepared medicine, I have re with Dr. Miles' Nervlne, so I deter. down. Dr. Miles' Restorative Ner CENTERTOWN, KY. last Friday ed quite charmingly benefit from Dr. Miles mined to (give thst medicine atrial. vine Is food for the wornout brain and ceived so much night by Miss Margaret Guenther, gives a healthy Restortlve Nervine that I feel it is my Alter taking seven jbottles I had felly Uncle John Warden, an excellent, wasted tissues. It The literary part of program was very duty to give a brief statement ot my recovered mv health, and now I do lntertalnlog. Tne main feature of kind and true citizen, died last Friday appetite; makes the weak stomach experience with it. Two years ago my own housework and those terrible His re- strong; increases tbe flow of digestive the evening was the Artist Contest, " morning at his home here. I was troubled with nervous dyspepsia headaches and sleepless nights are Misses Griffin and Webster being tbe mains were laid to rest in tbe Warden tulcea and puts tbe lazy liver to work, brought on by overwork and worry things of the past." It Is tbe greatest blood vitallzer and At II o'clock graveyard Saturday. successful contestants management. Mrs. Wu. A. Thomwom. remedy that medical science has connected with my store Mr. I. M. Carter is on tbe sick list nerve the hostess served tbe daintiest ol re Havlne beard of Dr. Miles' Nervine Broadway and Mill St .Columbus, WU. yet produced. erri again, but Is not bedfast. which tbe freshments, after It a trial. After us . W. Hill, Eureka Springs, Ark., I decided to elve Wile of John'W. Rowe has been Bient continued until 12:30 when all SampleTreatment Free. years ago I suffered ing tour bottles I was entirely relievdeoarted expressing themselves to moved to Render, but we are tbforiaed writes: "Several A trial package of Dr. Miles' favor. ed of all distress. I do, however use Miss Margaret that the evening that tbere iayet no great improve- a severe attack of nervous prostration overworked, Ite treatment, consisting ot Dr. Miles' brought on by over work aad worry. the remedy whenever ment in her health, could never have been more pleasaat Antl-Psl- n almost no tired or sleepless, and It never yet has Restorative Nervine, Dr. Miles' A horse belonging to Mr, J. W. I would go for weeks with ly spent. Pill's and Dr. Miles' Nerve and failed to give Instant relief." Rowe was taken with spinal Iseasn sleep, and I became entirely unfitted, absolutely Lnna- - Irrlllloa traveled In thefcefe . "Hard work and worry aad care of Liver Pills will be sent U the forerunner to ceMBtnptien. and afUc angering and dU seW tertMiaiaeM. I household duties broke dewn my free of cost to say person who wH Ml of fading relief and bled numerous ante extra waning around Dr, Bell's suffered send name and address on a postal pfcysMaaa, VWted a greet afeeklbt health and for several years I it, and glye ssch strength te tke and seen died, sample, and lungs that a cough or a cold wH net Washington D. C, spent several front nervens prostration. I could net eard, requesting the H, M. Davis has a sew that won at, I settle there. Twenty.five eenU at an frcted aewetalag Uke Rewc's concentrate my thoughts and was un mentloelag name of thU paper to Dr. 01 oaHKsnnsa aaiwiaiis nof , gnoddraggUts. For sale by Z. Wayne fwnlts. able to centse niyself to any one MUea MKHeel Co., Blkkart lad. wRa m U bntaftar yesfanalag senteiery pas WiesMain, GrMan St ho. pring Opportunity. it f rinis Jtep&rlmenl rock-botto- (Jofions p$ heeting6. GINQHAMS If ammer ress Goods. LiINRNS. beda.'ky. rj U NOTIONS. money-s- aving OUR POLaIGY. J J. fogle&Qo. K1 B-- is w JUBOp catcn-penn- ta. WORK AND WORRY Completely Prostrated. Doctors, Sanitariums and Traveling Failed to Benefit. Cured by DR. MILES' NERYINE. iwlil bt w y Pdve rgn werk liqiks ? Every Sufferer from Lung Weakness, Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh or Bronchitis Can Be Cured. i Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL 2 1. drinking man all my hie, ever was married, as you all know. ainco I STATE G. E. CONVENTION Will Be Held at Madlsonvllle, Ky., May ID to 21, 1809. Tho citizens of that hospitable city are making great preparations for tho entertainment oi tho Ninth Stato C. E. Convention, They are enthusiastic. This conveution will bo the best tho fltato has ever had. The program U the most comploto over furn!thod Such men as William T. Ellis, Philadelphia, Pa.; Jas. Lewis IIowo, Lexington, Va.; Z, T. tiwecnev, formerly of Illchniond,Va.,and William Shaw, Boston, Mass., as well as some oi the most finished speakers oi our own Slato,have been secured for addresses. E. O. Excell will conduct tho music. Madisonviile extends a cordial invitation, entertainment free. Every member oi all tho Young People's Bo cieties oi tho Stato should attend this convention; it will be a spiritual feast. The real name of the writer should accompany each communication, to Insure publication. Remittances may be made by Money Order. Registered Let ter, Bank Check or Draft. Correspondence intended (or publU cation or on business connected with the office, to Insure prompt attention, should be addressed to Tint RepubliPost-Offi- ce can. lll'i Jim ..il !'. !i!!B!' ! Mil 'Bi !: LHllllllBllllllllllllllllllKBBBUa IBVB III as Sim Tiir Republican Is malted regular ly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue it is received and all arrears are paid in full. Tim Rn rUBLiCAN Is $t per year II paid in adtn j BH iii i MM III!. M vance, but It not paid in advance will be f 1. 15 per year. BURIED lllllir AT ARLINGTON. Hi "" H """ u"""lttlHviiiiN'''- i' ntn.Vnw - mi ',, COwpkfeFBEE Cauae H'-'ji-H "" """'' 1 M Last Rltoa Porformod Ovortho Romalns o'tlio Hero Doad. The nation's last tender offices in honor of her soldier dead brought from distant battlefields and camps for muster in the silent army sleeping on the tunny slopes of tho National Cemetery at Arlington Heights were per formed on Thursday last. By special order of the President all of tho Government Departments were closed and flags upon all of the Government buildings were placed at half mast The church and State represented by those highest in authority gathered at the grave side and with bared heads listened to the solemn words that con signed the mortal remains of the fallen heroes to their final rest. Never since the closo of the civil war has another ao impressive a scene been presented within the great ceniei tery. Three hundred and thirty-sibodies of officers and enlisted men.but 70 per cent of which wero identified, were consigned to their last resting places at one time. The bodies bad been brought from Cuba and Porto Rico, Congress having by special act appropriated the money necessary. Each body was incasfd within a her. The long metically sealed casket. rows of graves had been prepared for their reception and before the hour of service arrived the caskets, each shrouded in a national flag, were placed each over its open grave in readiness to be lowered. The ceremonies were ftolemn, grand and imposing. The files of U. S. troops in their bright uniforms, the muffled drums' sad beat, the impressive re marks made by the clergy, the volleys fired over the graves, and the final sounding of "taps" which consigned the heroes to their last, long rest, all contributed to the feeling of sadness which pervaded the vast multitude that filled every available space within hearing distance. As the dead weie the nation's heroes the funeral was distinctly a national tribute. Besides the'Chief Executive of the cation, all tho members of his Cabinet, excepting Secretary Alger, who is in the West Indies, were present. For the first time in the history of Arlington Cemetery a large number of men were buried in its soil whose war record was established by fighting in foreign lands. i-- H V0st9xofFour:PePsmoth TheSocum'Sysrem 3 Ntarly everybody you meet will regard It as a kind of insult to be asked if they have weak limes. All seem to have a solid faith in the soundness of their own breathing machine. In cases of trouble they will admit there is a ''heavy cold," 'a touch of bronchitis," or even, "a spell of asthma," but as to iveak or unsound lungs, never, NEVER. Rvtn the poor consumptive, who scarcely speaks without coughing, whose cheeks are wasted, hollow and bear the hectic flush of doom, will assure jou with glistening eyes that his cold is on !he mend and he will be all right when :he weather changes. It is simply terrible to think how far we may be guilty by our indifference to the lung troubles of those near and dear lo ur. It is also a sad thought that we may hug a dclusionas to our own health that we only get rid of when life itself must pay the forfeit. Nobody can afford to think lightly of lung troubles. Nobody can afford to be mistaken about their possible dangers. Nobody can afford to neglect them, or "let them wear out," or "get better in the sorine." or any other tom foolery that leads only to wreck and ruin. Lung troubles don't move lungs don't grow strong by themselves you must heal them ind strengthen them, and rid them of the very earliest germs of disease, or fou are simply committing a form of luicide. Either 6u must cure your a.-Vv- of Treatment ' lung troubles or THEY WILL KILL YOU. That's the whole situation in a Never was there a cure for lung troubles equal to the Dr. Slocum treatment. This forms a system of Four Remedies that are used simultaneous each and supplement other's curative action. It cures weak lungs, bronchitis, asthma, coughs, consumption and every other ailment of the pulmonary region. It destroys every germ that can affect the respiratory system, and even in advanced stages of lung trouble positively arrests the tubercular growth, while it also builds ud the patient so that his system is enabled to throw off scrofula, rheumatism, catarrh, and other wastng diseases. Thousands of cured cases already these claims. Thousands of grate firove bless the discovery. The Doctor wants everybody to know the surprising merits of his system. He has arranged to give a free treatment (Four Preparations) to all sufferers. Full instructions for use accompany each nutshell. A man in a little village in Kansas was the lather of two sons, and a widow of the came village was the mother I'll never drink another drop." Then he got up and went into an- of two daughters. The father married other car. His companions glanced the widow's oldest daughter, his oldest at each other in silence; no one laugh- son married the widow and the younged; the bottlo disappeared and soon est son married the widow's youngest each was sitting in a seat by himself daughter. If you can figure on their kin the bakeshop is yours. Grand-vie- w, reading a newspaper. Ex. Ind., Monitor. it's as sweet in ay mouth as sugarand God only knows how I'll quit It. For seven yean not a day has passed over my head that I didn't have at least one drink. But I am done. Yesterday I was in Chicago. Down to Bouth Clark street a customer of mine keep a pawnshop in connection with his other bosiness. I called ou him; and while I was there, a young man not more than twenty-fiv- e, wearing threadbare clothes, and looking as bard as if he hadn't seen a sober day in a month, come in with a little package in his band. Tremblingly be unwrapped it, and handed the article to the pawnbroker, saying, 'Givo mo ten cents.' And boys, what do you suppose it was? A pair oi baby's shoes little things with the buttons only a trifle soiled, as if tbey had been worn but once or twice. Where did you t;ot these?' asked the 'Got 'em at borne,' repawnbroker. plied tho man, who had an intelligent face and the manner of a gentleman, despite his sad condition. 'My my wife bought them for the baby. Give me ten cents for 'em; I want a drink.' 'You had better take tne shoes back to your wife, the baby will need them,' said the pawnbroker. 'No, she won't, because because she's dead. She is lying dead at home now; died last night ' As he said this, the poor fel low broke down, bowed his head on the show case.and cried like a child." "Boys," said the drummer, "you can laugh if you please, but I have a baby of my own at home, and I swear whisky I love sn U often a warning that the Urn Is Mora serkraa torpid or Inactive. troubles mar follow. For a prompt, enra of Htadacbe and all efficient llrer troubles, Ute While ther rouse the llrer, rtitore full, regular action ot tba bowel', tbey do not gripe or pain, do not lrrltateor Inflame tbe Internal organs, but hare a posltlre tonlo effect. SSc at all druneliti or by mall of O. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mats. !tlMtWlU 74ita.tf y tUllMl.4. f tftitit, n vxwbav ir ar tooter. aH"l an BalBBH r (1 uaiDM. iinii a 'tat BiBVaaBNaioa r XT? a taL mm rvw. .rm mm kt IMkM trouatfl-- : I V aaaas ( Mi oeo ammm tahtlti irra.arafl JftVaro-A Baa tton ""atfraigsl V whai n? 1 wm w ism w i.av vm iP wHlV(tlir9fm.Ttvkllwlta, aBf.M Hmmtfmolm Hood's Pills The Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought, nml which hns been lu use for over 00 yours, ini horno tho signature of - ami hns been ninrio under his per- 71 sj&ftfy-j- 1Minnl supervision since its infancy. MrV eUcAtK Allow no 0110 to deceive you in tills. AH Counterfeits, Imitations mid Substitutes ara but tlint trlllo with mid cndniifrcr tho health of Infanta and Children Kxperlouco ngaiust Experiment. ra iHl4, w Ilk Irrllitllon Is the forerunner of consumption. Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there, 25c at all good druggists, tf Ming; Castorln is a substitute fur Castor Oil, Pnrcfrorlc, Drops and Soothluir Syrups. Jt Is Harmless mid l'lensnnt. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor otltcr Narcotic substance. Its ago is its (ruarantco. It destroys- Worms and allays Fevcrlshncss. It cures Dlnrrhwn and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving- healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Brother's Friend. - What is CASTORJA Katto nrtW to nMaff, Ifatmi, nonar. ((., r, er rfa.J It HII Ba tH.baVtlaalil.avalraltalaatl final It's BUSS' ta forett ACona aiv t.fna.a artry avery tint, wiiaaiit paia ar aim. Bol4 bj all dranlita, ar nall4 r.r II eaata baa. OIANT CMKM10AL CO, SOO ?r ft. - Charrr SU rhllaw GENUINE CASTORIA ' ALWAYS Soars tho Signature of r all armptotne ramoT laya at laMt two-thirat. Taailmonlal. and TIS PATS treatment f raa. Pg. B. M. CEIIS'S SQSI. Bo K. Atlanta. Oa. lWluadl. Haraeured DROPSY eallnl Ihoaaand lacawa many (aa honalMa. CntZOwlth rrcalabla Tho Fire They Nearly Missed. John Rider and see the sight. wife got m out of bed at Saginaw to go to a large fire and When they returned homo they found that their lamp had upset, and tbey watched another fire. Detroit News. (Jto&yucUc The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over Tm ATTORNEY- - AT iarrun commmt. atvniaf aTPttT. Nl 30 Years. VOm rORItnVILI.E, KCNTt7i!KV. Will practice his profetaioa in all the courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties and Court oi Appeals. Special attention givtn to collections. Office next door to Tost Office. Km,- - LA IK mm. J. EDWIN SOWS. V X, FRLIX. Rowe& Felix, HEXTR7 FIELD , ARK RCNNINO A & SON CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Tha Kind Yon Have Always Bough! TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. SHELBY TAYLOR, I Court la Una. BWRS WMM i,TH,.,iina t3 TuuaOood. Srn. kr dnutia CmH ScU M 11 muamimra f M.S. All Attorney at Law, per. Delay only makes your trouble worse. m treatment. WRITE TO THE DOCTOR. Write at once to Dr. T. A. Slocum Laboratories, 96 and 98 Pine street, New York City, giving full express and postoffice address, and mention this pa- Btars tha Blgnatnre tUv&ffi&&K A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. pas- HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his piofession in alt the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank-ruptc- y. A Cruol Story. DICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. W Dno fir?rfa fin In , J ALL KINDS OF w AND JOBBER IN BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES 632 l Whool with a GrOOtiL eputa tion. 3C j GAS LAMPS, t WRITE FOR SUNDRY CATALOGUE GIVING ! OIL LAMPS, BELLS, L0CK8, OILS AND ANYTHING NEEDED FOR CYCLING. iee WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET OF :: $3S. 1 ' ( SECOND-HAN- t ) . i OF ALL KINDS OF 8UNDR1E8. BICYCLES. IT Manufacturer INTEREST YOU. WILL ., j. . f .,,. NS x r 5 THE BEST FOR P THE PRICE OKEAT BAK-GAI- mrfcm m IN f I FOURTH AVE., LOUISVILLB, SecondHand BicycJes. KY. gMTWfi. $Qto$l. Iroquois Bicycles ft tmwvr 400 tf SICjS aod It ti an Mvaavaaaa a aahj for wrk doaa va. la ? for vt alao yPwo TJmm of aamHawbtilta aaaot. wnt for oar liar ral prapaalllaa. W at kaawatfarfwfcara aa ttta graatcat Kzolualva lilf yd lleua li tha world and ara parfaclly talUblai wa rtfai U an y bank er baainaai kouM la I btcaio. lo any aiptata coopaBy and to our ciuUmr r avarvw hra rnt nCQPDIDTniJ TbalroqnolaUudaUu too wall aBownUBoad UCdUnir I Ul! ad.Uil4tJwriplk. Sb.lb. WIb.mkIm tubinf Inprorad crtnk, daUrhablo aprotsaU, arch erown, barrvt auw and hufir, 3U in. drop, flnatt nitkl and oam) t tolori. .Ctjf-5- . jr- Mack, ntarooa and eoa-fruoi Otnta Iiamai, 33, 91 and to in , Udin' n In i btit'Kacord,H fvama laad llraa and Blh trad qaii'manttbrouihout Oar WrltUa iJaaraatta with arary bterf I. nFMH HMP Hfil t AR (ryiripriaauigiiiraiita(nr(barnanaawai)auuwhtbarlaiiua'orftatoloratid ma ww vi vwaaBnia naifnt voujrama I wuiii, tht aioatwui amp v. v w. iwint oaianca 13. ,i aoi f ipraai atnanrir, f waadarfal Dltjclo Oftr ubiael to lamination and ant tv tf don Had it back our Will jfiL r&P OltRKIC u fioiooi Iroquois Model 3 U bjim CYCLE WORKS FAILED BB? EX wafaan bouUUDtirtplant U tfw4 lib It w (o 4W Modal I IroqooU Bt ejreln. toliha4 tad sompuu. Made to sell At $60. Ts4-vtrtiut tualaut i ln,t cooeli.da4 to mU lh 4U0 i Juit what thay tuit iii and th marwloa atCtw of Uadl 8 IROQUOIS BlCVCLEt JlG.IfcHtih.jU.l. Ib.wh.tl. fanoua avary wbar f of beauty kd4 food quality, art strictly up Ui)MlttHUt,a4 avUht 10 Ik CU M IROQUOIS 4r, Uf C WC ajaxx.iuiea fminhnioi UAlf E7 DlUT vLillOiiiHiiiiufio.twuiiucz9iiixiJa,c-3iina,nAVb DaariarI KTa: Uevil laat yaar Tbia raw wa itOt wbaala aad Ilaadrada tarnvd tkair try town to raprat kOcDttd aeoont for aaiti fa fall wiib ardar. artr J. L. MEAD OYOLE CO.. Chicago, III. They were standing at the counter, and I couldn't help but hear. "Talk about hard luck," said the girl with the hot chocolate, "I know a woman who had an awful thing happen to her In New York." "Oh, do tell me about it," gurgled the girl with the ice cream soda. "Well" went on the chocolate girl, "she's not wealthy at all, you know, and she doesn't keep a nurse. So one day, when she had to go down town shopping-- she took her baby and left it at one of those day nurseryscreche places. They gave her a check for it and she went ofTshopping. She didn't comeback to the creche till late in the afternoon, and when she went to take out her check it was gone." "Good gracious!" said the girl with the ice cream soda, looking shocked. "What did she do?" "WeU"wenton the chocolate girl, "they told her she could not take the baby without the check, and she'd have to wait till the other babies were taken away, and then she could have m t what ws left. So she waited for hours (or rift j Ctnti. GunRteed tobiceo habit enre, mikea weak and hours, till all the babies but one, mea strong, blood pure. Ho, II. All drusjUU. and when she went to get that well, the only baby left was a colored baby, Woary Willie's Frlond. "Oh bow perfectly awful!" exclaim. Tramps have found a friend In J. ed the girl with the ice cream soda, in L. Jenks, ot Conewago Chapel, a for- - accents of horror. "What did she do? mer associate judge of Adams county. Wasn't she perfectly frantic? My The judge keeps a register, and dur goodnesi, how horrible! Didn't she ing the year ending April 1 he fed ever get her baby back again? I should think she'd have been perfectly crazy and lodged 480 vagrants. Philadel What did she do?" phia Inquirer. "Oh" said the chocolate girl, cool CURE A COLD IN OHE DAY ly, "she took the colored baby. It Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab was hers. She was colored, you lets. All druggists refund money if know." it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine baa And in the silence which followed L. D. Q. on each tablet tf I could hear the snapping Of the bonds of tender and lifelong friendship-Washin- gton The present Republican protecPost. tive tariff la producing almost exactly HI Tlie Boil l'rocrlpllon for Chill the financial results expected by the and Fever is a bottle of Grova'a Tast-les- s atmen who framed it. It Is also Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; tended by the promised prosperity. then why experiment with worthless R'towu Leader. imitations? Price, 50c. CURB A COLD IN ONE DAT If you toot your little whistle, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TabAnd then lay aside your born; lets. All druggists refund money il it falls to cure. 35c. The genuine There is not a sout will ever know That such a man was born. has L. B. Q. on each tablet. tf , list wk jfwlV. . ?W Ji U. Z2t'J &IC6TC:,9M4 on perfection of laundry work when your shirt is laundered by us, just as our laundry stands alone for excellence of work turned out. Your linen Isn't injured here from chemicals or im proper handling. Only skilled assist ants are employed, and you can't beat it for beauty of color and perfection of polish. Richmond It 5AV.l Stands Alone V V.' W.7iTJ. .&W1 J TL- - They also keep a first- class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Strrets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will - courts Will practice bis profession in all the of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court oi Appeals. Special alien. tion given to collections. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. M. L. HEAVRIN, J. S.R. Wedding, HARTFORD,. . KENTUCKY. (NOTARY PUBLIC) jiC- have especial attention. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATLAW, fHU? JV-zt- L OK. f rop'rs. ' "WslWrrW, Mir that THEO. E. RECHTIN Wilt practice his profession in all e courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust to his care. Office in Republican building. Steam Laundrj Cleve Her, apt We come in haste.notsomuch on uc count of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we had no cow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the fact Has on hand at the present time, the best assortment of lumbers that can be found anywhere While we think of it, let us give you a few pointers on Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, J. E. HBIU ltd Attorney at haw, IlAItTFOIlD, Davidson, Ky., !. J,HUuf-- niLL. T DNIC fl 4 TASTELESS 1 1 1 1 K. 4CtSjqlIt ,4 - KY. Will practice his profession In all "STCELStfT 3&WW 2)2! DMJlPOG.&'irilEID." the Courts oi Kentucky. Special atFor the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on .entire house tention given to collections, settle pattern. neot o decedent's estates, road cases and criminal practice. Offieeup Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, .Kvansville, Ind. Uirr nexi door to Griffin's drug store. Aarnl far tlie Heal Patent riailrm. Seiyl ler Cnualacaf. very lowest price. way can He in large in We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with you. We waut your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, etc , E. RECHTIN. THEO. and that get the buys quantities Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office with County At- torney. -- i'A Attorney edX&w, HARTFORD, E3. oe. isrnsx7f w Attorney af law HARTFORD, KY. rj icutioua, also Notary nm.. """ DPECIAL attention given to col maKing BDSiraoiS, 1X0. rublio lor Ohio County, xr...i. oiuo uii..Li- puoucsquare. vriu .! JNO. B. WILSON, Ikufl I SOVlSli TASTELESS CIIIIJ. TONIC ami haTa luafcttfcraa nroa atraad ttau rear, laalloaraa jrunea o( li reara. la tba dnia tmaloau. fcava rreraohl an article tbattfaTaaucJ) unlraalaalla louratralr, istwn aa juui Tonlo. Aiinv,CiB ACO IfAKftANTED. PRICE 60 cts. Q1UTU, III., HOT. M, MM. KM Madlolna Co., HI. lout. Ho. GanUemam Wa aold laat lear, 601 botUaa of 18 .IU8T AS COOD FOR ADULTS. Will practice his profession in all the CoUrtanf OMn anr! ftlAlntnr.i.nt&a Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith &Ce., Market Street. Attorney at Iaw Hartford, Ky. B. E. LEESIMMERMAW, For sale by J. H. Williams. LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY L'uloil Depot, Nxtcntli at lllvrr. Ticket OMee, aaa Fourlb Ave. tzizz zzt & Loubvillo to St. Louis West, rrrcsT, iii.r.cn it, 1000. No. 45. 8:35p tu 11:58pm 12:55am 1:25am 7:20a m PAWNING BABY'SSHOES. "No, I won't drink with you today, boys," said a drummer to several companions as they settled down in the smoking car and passed the bottle. "The fact is, boys, I've quit drinking- I have sworn off." He was greeted with shoutaoi laughter by the jolly crowd aronnd blm ; they put the bottle under his nose ami indulged in many jokes at his expense, but he refused to drink and was rath, er serious about it. "What's the matter with you, old boy?" sang out one. "If you've quit drinking, something's up; tell us what it is." "Well, boys, I will, though I know you will laugh at me. But I'll tell you all the same. I have 'been a No. 41. Leave Iuisville 7:45a m " Owensboro 11:40a m " Henderson ix:45p m " Kvansville 1:15am Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:3 m Leave Louisville " Hawesvllle. . . . " Owensboro. . . . " Henderson. . . , Arrive Kvansville . . . St. Louis to Louisville No. 44. f Leave St Louis 7:56a ru " Mt.Veruon " Rvansvillc 2:20pm Henderson 2:46pm "Owensboro 3:44pm Arrive Louisville 7M5p m & East. The man who ads, in every Issue, AnJ keeps them there to stay; He's the man that gets the orders, lie's the man who makes it pay. London Kentucklan. Sauk Tm lift Iwar. Doit TvWcm Spit Toqalt tobtcco cull tnd loreier, b mc nctle. lull of UK, ntrr nd vigor, Ukt U wnndi-worke- r, thittnikii weak Bin tronf. All drorilm, Mo or II. Cui)iurn-Wed- . Booklet nd ml fret, Addreu Starling Bimtd Co., Chicago r New York. Attorney at Law, Will nractlce Ilia nrnfnaatnn tn all tha courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. B. WEDDING 'J JL-- Hartford, Ky. yu No. 46. 8:55p m ul 1 2:45am 3:10am 4:00am 7:30a m Z.OTTSaVSX.X.33 TO XJTT.AiTCVTX.33. No. 41 No. 43 4!5op m 7:45a m 8:04pm 10:43am 11:40am 9:05pm 12:45pm 10:10pm 1:15pm 10:40pm No. 42 No. 44 No. 46 Leave Kvansville 6:50a m 2:2op m 3:45a m Hendersou 2:46p m 7:15a m 3:10a m Owensboro 8:15a m 3M4P m 4:00a m " Hawesvllle 4:4op m 9:13a m 4:50a m m Arrive Louisville 7i45p m 7:30a m All Iritln run IbronKli olli5 is KvuniTlllr. Tlirougb l'nrlor Vnra nml I'ull. ou all Irnlim la r.vmxvitle huU Nl, l.oul. NHiubf rn il mm Nlaeper nud 41 ronUHInl Irvluulonlor Furdollle A llrlliitburirdlljr. It 3rv.Aj:r:Trsu.:D .... .... .... .... .... so No. 45 8:35p m 11:08pm 12:58pm 12:55am 1:25am x.oTrxcnrsx.x.5:. The town boy that mocketh at the boy from the country, may some time In life, have to bow before him and beg for a job for his victuals and clothes. Too many town boys seek-c- th and Whlakay liMti cured at hum with what he doth not know hath been out pain Uouk of n aent r n plucked out of the premises; but the bR H. M WOUlllV CO. UUica, lot NurlU I'rynr ll iii.. k country boy consldereth himself a tool iu many things and seekest after WhO thlDat Idea tot BOBa?1HBlmpM wisdom and desireth to be what the Wanted-- An thing ioio.r Lrlaf yoq whIU. world most need and is always proud raiiva Aiiof. aari, Washiaataa, D. imaatlomal.ajo prlu eaar ttflr waauL to honor a man, Selected, aait bit ot iwo biiaJml mm 1. it' living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania, had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. tnm at A housekeeper Attobney at Law, HAnTPnnn wv Will nractlcn lua nrnfeulnn In all tVia courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Carotul attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care, Co, lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. : 1 Attorney at aw IlAllTrtRD, KY. Special attention given to ail business entrusted to his care. Offlee in Court House. A. e.SAYioffc, tnsMsmmsaBti tu Irmt lawal7lpuklmulaliurTmainTiivua aum-aTU, nra tort oa csMia. eanoai lN alnlMi rulki4b; lnid aw l!iarl MonaMtan, M tot lh poor u aapiwuriaCKaaaaUa41aa(aralaalagaa itas auU br mtlmu fonfilrtl cJE u STWaua "'ii-iniii-ihirl MaaW M4 M Ut liana aa4Maja Vn akaaa, - fl- - )f It falls to cure go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. For best results advertise in THE REPUBLICAN. TT MHIIMfllllllHllilMraniKltiHHaHIl -- We will refund to him. Price VAN VLEET-MANSFK- CO cts. 8U Pre l4r, MM C9,, MEMPHIS, TENN. a 4 A. 1 -- ul HijRtaMsaiaJUia. - j tafVfcaiaBi ttiawmm '"ami.