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I year, jl 35. 25 25. 25. $0 The Haetdbd Keptjblican, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IBB PASTY iNJHE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, The Republican is the best Advertising medium In this part of the country. Fine Job Work Done on Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customers Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. Subscription $1 a year. VOL. XI. HABTEORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1899. pro-ser- No. 40. T i liwBnfWF r ' i' An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effect of the well known remedy, ttrnur of Fioa, manufactured by the CAuroMiA Fio Btrdp Co., Illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxative, principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them In the form most ref resiling' to the taste and acceptable to the system. It Is the one perfect strengthening lax, tire, cleansing the avatfra effectually. dispelling1 colds, headaches'and fevera gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per manently. Ita perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and and its acting on the kidneys, llrcr and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, mako It tho Ideal laxative. In the process bf manufacturing figs are used, a they are pleaunt to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method, known to the Canrorurn Fie BrnuV Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. e, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. aaif ntajreisoo. car. Lovrsvim. arr. xiw roar, x. t. (Oc per For by iK all Draittas. Price bottla ji,hi.,mii imimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinH THEN LISTLESS SLEEPLESS SALLOW SKINNED . ae mrin. Try under sa abtoluts guar. (awe at nentNi and final ears, er msetj rctundid, Iks liking el a slegtsjMx ol NO-TO-BAC all aad of rillllHwhy lesseeslook UwenV leel baJ, tfer IrteusaUt chaw aad tmoit Ibhrsms 1 1 l regtiUlet builds toUeco tiling, Et t ud nsnrous mtsrn. mikes purs rich blood. Mtny resort gain ol ten pounds In Its day. Go j out a box. i ry ii oaotr your own t nilflRflHTCP uhuuuiui u lit .nil Nn.Tn.n.4 arua- tin flit tt authnrlcMluuniinnibiit der abeoluts guarantee to cure .rtry lorrnoi louuxuDi nr uurvmirainir and ante. tn aample or Doomei caueo "uoat Tooacco epic ana Hrooke your Lite Away" mailed for th aeklnz nPlinniQTlQ Kryi Aridit-aTUB BTF.KLINO REtt. EDY CO , ChlcafO, Montreal, Can., N.V.M j CA8CAKET5 eoaeuiau. oaijiaa. See To That your Laundry HOPKINSYME STEAH IAUNDRY AND It! the WORKS, OYE Is sent to which has the reputation of turning out the best work in the country. All of lta machinery Is of the most modern ant none but skilled work men, who thoroughly understand their business are employed. The plant Is one of the largest In the country, extending the lull length oi a square. All work guaranteed and repairing free. Give us a trial if yon are not now a customer. Leave your work with Lyman Williams, Agont, HAftrrBB, KY. Who is our agent in yonr town, and will attend to the shipping and have same ready for yon In due time. Leave your laundry at the post-oS.e- f.J.fla9HKE9Vtl DfeEftL Tits Lulling Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cirri. I WE CURE STRICTURES men an troubled with tb.U dliMM-man- v unaonKlonilr, llier mar nat a a imarl- email, laf aeniatlon. palniat twiittar itream, harp catties tiniti, illxkt dlt. charge, difficulty in cgtnnieaclnr. weak enana, eralinlone, and all the lyniritomt (.( iwrroul debllltr they Sara BfitlO- 11UIK. uoniicldoctoreeipanineaian you, by enlllftf , itrttfuinr. or tearlai you. 'iTlUwllllinteurajrnu.MltTilllre. tarn. Our NEW MKTIJUD 'l UK AT. j I an UQ7r rtura. Mo ft Is. no laffvr lor. no dtnUon Irom buitnut tr oor till hod llit ixuolorcnifcritr,nlli-cutd- . Th ncrrei art iavif oratttl unl tli bllf of manhood rttan.. . Tbouiandi of younc and loMdloa.! I raMi ar. havlnr their t.itial llffAr and I vitality cont muailr Hoped lr tblf dU-- 1 mi, fboy aro frequently unoonieiou. I rrinocauiooiinu.nnipumi. u.n.nn Woatmcn. I)nntural UlKbarsei. tail lav Manhood. Nerrontnen. l'oor ilenv- ory, .Irritability, at time, bmarllna ben. rattan, Kunken Kyc. ullh dark cireUf. Weak Hark, Ue.eral tlepriiilnn, lvk Yaileoeele, Hbrunkeii ol Ambition. I'art.. (to. IILEUI' and binitnultU may ba luo eaure. won I comuu xaiuuy doctor!, ae tbey hat. no eiperieoca in pwlal dlteaici doa't allow tbei. Uuaeketo eiixrlment on yon. Coniult HpoclalUta, whobw e made a life ttudy of IliMarelof lien andWomen. OufUhW tlroly curt you. One thooeaud dellare for a caia ne accept far treatment aad invr.t awa eaiviaava , VeeiMVi VI IV Tahiii Hin.larala frt av eviwt iSene remorti tbiitrletnr nnuicntlr WECURE GLEET H CURES GUARANTEED RKOY. RKOItkrr nillUAINS.llNNAri HUAli lllhCUAUU- AIIIIKILIHMIM.. lAi, VHKK. HOOKH . lYiNauJ.rA If unabl. to call. writ, fir I KFrJ mt 11LAN1C for UOMKI THCATMUNl VAIIICJKII'LIJ, KMfSBMNR. HV HlLin, ULKKT, itii'iri Kennedys Kergan l?2 W, FOURTH STREET, ' CINCINNATI, O. ,ff . DRIB aB tt'fm aSaw arB aM a al bom. wltb ol par 1UIW1 Kaulpaln --. Book aV ?X Elcii , --a wfc.-- .! .. vm QveJrttfrfta, Hoita fryor Sa idWMiksy Itatlu tred .. li w I 1 th benefit oi American control, WHY WOMEN DON'T MARRY. the lact upon their gteat catchall, the FUGITIVE WITH A FORTUNE.! there was no precedent for him to ABOUT STAMPS. A FORTUNE FOR DEWEY. " and the advancement and devlopment alleged crime against silver. A it. The gardeners of the past chance is now presented to consider enormous. People oi the jk?'" Roasons Glvon by Ono Who a ...u li nuu a.nnnm otruppBujynited states must certainly realize How a Gorman Firm Choatod centuries devoted themselves to prac- His Share of Manila Prize Monthe subject freed from political absur.uUlUuu tical gardening, raising only vegetaey May Reach $30,000. Knows tho Mon of To-da- y dities. j What cleanliness in Havana and other Around His Person. tho Homo Postofflco. bles and fraits which were in demand The annual report of the Depart Cuban cities means for this country. There Is a good deal oi discussion ment Admiral Dewey and his officers and ior food. A great many oi tho herbs of Agriculture states that the ,th lhe b"81" aanltary conditions, There died In Kansas City, Kansas',' over the lact that many women don't The tiny squares of colored paper formerly cultivated have grown so men have presented their claims for value ol horses in the United States scourge 01 lever win not continue the other day a quiet, nnobstrnctive,, ,eic marry. In fact one would almost which the governments of the world apace that hey aro "idle weeds" that prize money and bounty lor the caphas Increased $32,000,000 within a modest and never boastful citizen. to menace our states, though there affix to tbe letters that travel from imagine that it is only the men who grow in spots which would without tures and destruction by the Ameriyears, an average increase of more He came irom a Pennsylvania regi- win oe sporaaic cases, of course. II marry nowadays. There is a reason than 10 percent. This has taken ment in 1864, and he became a mes we can decrease t6 a minimum, as I town to town and country to country them be bare and brown, fit culture can ships at Manila. tor it, of course, and there seems to be and hemisphere to hemisphere ol the beds ior foal germs. Where It Is esteemed that Dewey will replace In spite ol the talk ol a coming senger the vegfor the Holiday lixpress Com believe we can, the danger of fever (erestrlal globe are an invariable an cOott on the part of many to find ceive about $30,000 as" his share of the horseless era. Cattle, other than etation is lush and tho sunshine visitation, we will save millions of ia source of interest to growmup people it out. Some say It is because she Is milch cons, incieased 10 per cent in pany, running from Leavenworth to dollars allotment, provided the most favorawhich our southern quarantine bright, there is no danger of impure ble view Santa Fe. W II. Brldgens, the mes as well as to children wlth'an ever in"too vain," others that she is "too value. Milch cows were worth $39, of the claims to be taken by senger referred to, on one of his trips directly cost us, while the Indirect satiable desire lor collections, con- germs lurking in the air. A screen the courts and the Treasury Depart. extravagant," "too mercenary," "too 500,000 more at the end of the year had ,(100,000 In greenbacks strapped benefit to business through the of fragrant flowers is not only delight stantly demanding more. like little ment modern." However, Winifred Black than at the beginning. Sheep, which of disturbing fear Is tncalcula ful to the senses, but in the power lis about his person and secreted In hit throws a few Interesting sidelights voracious Oliver Twists. Dewey and other claimants are repcould hardly be given away under the clothes. There was no one bnt him, be. t was agreeably surprised to on the subject, many of which show Tbe stamp craze has attacked the roots possess oi absorbing the impuri resented by Herbert & Mlseou, the last Democratic tariff, increased in and the driver in charge of the coach, find so little distress in the islands. ties in dish water and laundry suds, senior member of which law ' firm Is high as well as the low, the man the color of truth. She says: value 114,000.000 and in number and for days they proceeded along '' "I believe it la a mistake to believe as well as the man forced to thrown around them, they are of hy- tho former Secretary of the'Navr. It "The modern woman doesn't marry Mules also increased in their lonesome journey without aclag'j that fortunes caa be made quicky In because the right man doesn't ask abey. One of the most indefatigable gienic value. Thrown over the leaves Iwill be eoateaded that three shlBS bt C&ba, though thare-ls-- a value great-dea- l The total increase in a year a human lace. of of philatists her. Women was the lately deceased" theiauridry suds Votild soon kill" all 16ftgirig to the Spaaish navy, whtek are juat as anxi- in the value of domestic money invested animals is there. author, When yet many miles from Santa American ous to be married as thcif grandmothHarold Frederic His collec- growth. Thrown around the roots of were restored and which will be added' placed at $108,355,482 a gain of 5 74 Fe they were overtaken by a howling Time la needed to secure return from tion numbered a great many exceed- sweet teas, morning-glori- es ers were; sensible, honest women are and other to our naval register, should be regard per cent The patty that promised band of Indiana and fierce a battle was capital, as for everything else. It ingly rare and Interesting stamps, plants, so that the leaves are not ed as prizes, a view which will make, living and the man wants to prosperity, and was taken at its word, iought Bridgens and his compan- will take years to raise a people un- and was recently disposed of at auc- touched, the impurities and tho soap- some difference in the total amount to marry one of them can do so, but they has abundantly fulfilled the pledge, ion exhausted their ammunition and accustomed as to what we consider tion In London, producing a total that suds this water contains both act as be distributed. are not looking ior that kind of wobut the measure of its good deeds and continued the fight with their knives. even the necessaries of Hie, to ado closely approximated $425. Among stimulants to growth. No strong ferAnother man. A man falls in love with an beneficial question involved is Influences Is still piling up. Finally they succeeded In unloosing gree where they will require a great empty-headetbe rarities of the gathering were a tilizer like tho soapsuds of the laun- whether the engagement between the heartless doll for her amount ofmanufactured goods, this Trinidad their horses from the stage and quick, set, the centenary complete American and Spanish ships on May pretty face, and then complains be-- , being dry can bo thrown over grass ot on cause he finds the doll's head Is holM fw Hiw ahnrt Btatti ly mounting them, fled through the tion. true mainly the rural popula- set from Canada, a gathering from any plant so that it touches the or ver- 1 was with an Inferior or a superior BeantU timber. The savages gave chase and British Honduras and the complete force. low. When a man chooses a sweet"I never saw anywhere a finer body Columbian set of the Exposition year dure. The German and French be twiceIf the latter the bounty wonld succeeded in separating the two men, as large than If the court deheart because she wears 'dead swell debut did not capture either oi them. of men than the American soldiers in the United States. There were, as peasants possess in a cides that the Spanish force was inclothes, and then falls to lamenting now in Cuba. They are like princes. S3 Yrare. Cont'ied Mr. Brldgens still retained his treaswell, valuable stamps from Swltzer gree the ability to use everything that ferior to the American fleet. over the cupidity of woman when that I suflered for 25 years with a cough, athletic in build and bronzed and land and will in fertilizing the soil, and in Mecklenberg-SchweriThere is a suggestion, from a rella same girl asks him what his revenue and spent hundreds ol dollars with ure, but he lost his way among the hearty in appearance. They seemed Some of the collections were very cur- making every dcseit place in the ble authority, to the effect that the is before she decides about loving him doctors aad for medicine to no avail crags and canyons and it was more contented, United States has ious end the than two weeks before he fonnd his and were disposed of at what in vicinity of their cottages "blossom land batteries shonld be considered In he Is not quite as logical as he might until I used Dr. Bell's ey. This remedy makes weak lungs way to tne House or a wnite man. every reason to feel proud of them. one instance the auctioneer be. Now, is he, really? declared I like the rose." They manage to raise connection with the strength of the strong. It has saved my life. J. B. Ihey are having no friction with the to be a schocdlng" price. "Any woman worth marrying will Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by During all this time he subsisted en- people. One vegetables 00 plots of the very small-e- st opposition, and if this view be taken I find harmony everywhere, thousand tirely upon berries and herbs. His size it would be possible marry the man she loves even if he Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Great Britain stamps corresthem by the court of claims it wlllbenoa tf "I was deeply Impressed, and more ponding in value to American 8 cent, I to cultivate. Tho American forhouse sible to recognize the Spanish Strength long absence caused his employers to can't scrape up money enough to pay than gratified, at the Intense loyalty believe that he had been robbed and the minister. She may not be happy stamps realized holder is used to abundant garden as superior to tbe ship commanded by O .a, m V O St.HlW . X yTM M TW killed by the Indians, and before his shown towards the United States in about 90 cents. One thousand United space in Alstft BagK with him alter she marries him, but Saantka the country, and dots not Dewey. return they had made good the money the public demonstrations which States stamps of 1890, of 4 cent value think of Still anotherfeature broneht forth It will not be his poverty that makes training peach and pear trees marked our progress across Porto Rico. they had given up as lost. When by the lawyers is that the courts and brown in color, were appraised at against her miserable, The great law ol nats wails ana to utilize all the Mr. Brldgens returned with his prec- The poorer classes of Porto Ricans $tS' A. bundle oi 16,700 stamps ural selection holds its sway with the space that it is possible to utilize. fbould include as prizes the property How To Find Out. ious burden still intact tbey were live under conditions that an Amerifrom South Australia, all of them ot just as well as with the unjust. Yon The abundance of tbe trees, vines captured ashore, such as guns, furnican l.borer would not accept. Their Fill a bottle or common glass with amazed, and so grateful were they solete, were knocked down to a buyer and a vaet amount of movable can't educate the human nature out houses are very poor, and they live and planu&'tivatcd in the vicinity ture at about f 7, while a paper bag conmaterial, of which there has been a oi a woman any more than you can your water and let It stand twenty-tou- r that they presented their young agent literally from hand to month. Amerof cottages in Karope not onhnng hours; a sediment or settling In- with a handsome token or their apsurvey, and which, If admitted.would taining about a gallon of damaged refine it out of a man. ican ownership of the island will stamps of various sorts was disposed its reward in fruit and vegcSble food, add materially to the allotment to "A master of the science of econo- dicates an unhealthy condition of the preciation. mean a great advance In their condioi for $8.25, a sum that may have nut actually makes tbe air more Dewey and his force. mics will elope with an extravagant kidneya ii it stains your linen It is Week Ejreej Are Made HIrenar. tion, and they appreciate this fact. evidence ol kidney trouble; too fre- dim vision made purchased in the miscellaneous as wholesome to breathe and protects The old prize law of 1862 was concreature just as quickly as a proud, clear, atyes removed quent desire to pass it or pain in the and granulated lids or sore eyes oi Eventually we shall devise necessary sembly some rare and valuable single the cottage from the otherwise scorch strued by the Supreme Court as being woman will mysterilegislation for the Island, but at press ing rays of the son. Cultivate bloom limited to captures on the sea, but In specimen of philately. ously fall in love with a stupid no- back Is also convincing proof that the any kind speedily and effectually ent the system of combining military In reference to stamps Hennlker ing vine and flowers oi all kinds 1864 the law was changed In such a body, Dan Cupid, Esq., has gone out kidneys and bladder are out of oder. cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and control, which is supreme, with civil Heaton, a member of the English Par- around tbe kitchen door, because way aa to suggest the claim now made TiH AT TO DO. ol iashlon, but he Isn't dead, not by sold on a gnarautee by all good drug- administration, is working admiraliament, recently staffed that "A Ger they are wholesome as well as beau There is comfort in the knowledge gists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & that Dewey may have a share in , the any manner of means, nnd never will bly." man firm the other day economized tiful. A peat housekeeper can bo value of property captured by his be. Men put women on a pedestal, so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Bro. tf 1 but they set the pedestal In the mud. Swamp Root the great kidney remedy "BEFORE BABY IS BORN."' about $29.33 on 1,000 letters ior India recognized more certainly by the neat ahipsat Manila, Cavlte and other Secretary Alger by sending them In a parcel to Engs appearanco of the back door than places. Tile claims have been pro "A woman's friends bear of her fulfills every wish in curing rheuma land, and having them stamped by an ornate front door with shining sented to the Court of Claims. marriage with a sigh of relief. A tlsm, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, A Valuable LlttlQj3ook. of In- there," a If this was really so and the knobs and escutcheons. man's irlends hear of his marriage bladder nnd every part oi the urinary DIbcUssob Wondorful PossiThat Throbbing Headaohe . terest to All Women passage. It corrects inability to hold letters were forwarded from Germany with a gasp of Incredulity." bilities of New PossesWonld quickly leave you, lfypn, to England, merely needing stampwater and scalding pain in passing it, A Narrow Escape. SontFroe. sions. used Dr. King's New Life-- Pills. Year lift iwir. Boat Tobaw tiH Ml or bad eOects following use of liquor, ing, then tbe actios must be described To quit tobacco aatllj and torarer, b mac wine or beer, and overcomes that un. Thankful words written by Mrs. Thousands of sufferers have proved, , Every woman looks lorward with as a fraud on the English postoificeand aellc. full of lift, ntrrt and tlror, uka Washington, April the wonderworker, that makaa weak men pleasant necessity of being compelled Ada E. Heart, ot Groton, S' D. "Was their matchless merit for sick, aad. feelings of indescribable joy to the an infraction of the customs regulaatroaf. AU drniiliu, Woorll. Curs maran. of War Alger returned recently from teed. Booklet aad aamyl. free. Addreia to go often during the day,and to get taken wltb a bad cold which settled Nervous Headaches. They make one momentous event in her lifc.com-pare- d tions of Great Britain. The importa his trip toCnba aad Porto Rico, where pure blood and strong' nerves and. Slerllef Bemedy Co., Cbteaco or New York. up many times during the night. with which all others pale into tion of letters into the United Kiag on my lungs; cough set in and finally The mild and the extraordinary efiect he spent the last three weeks making insignificance. How proud and hap- dom other than la the customary form terminated in Consumption. Four build up yonr health. Easy to take. Prosperity for Farmors. a personal investigation of the condiTry them. Only 25 centi Money of SwampsRoot is soon realized. It py she will be when her precious babe is strictly forbidden; all letters found Doctors gave me up, saying I could 11 stands the highest for its wonderfnl tions In those islands. During his nestles on her breast how sweet the on board Import ships, including also live but a short time, I gave imyseli back not cured. Soldi by J. H. The following from the St. Louis Willl-m- s, Druggist.. all letters found in the baggage ot up to my Savlor.determlued if I could cares of the most distressing cases. trip he conferred with the commandname of "Motherl" And yet her shows to what extent Ifyouneeda medicine yon should ing officers of the Cuban provinces, happy anticipation of this event is passengers, excepting only letters of not stay with my friends on earth, I The Superlative Nuisance. we are enjoying prosperity. visiting four provinces, personally. In the campaign of 1896 the farmers have the best. At druggist City His reception everywhere was of the clouded with misgivings of the pain credit or letters of personal Introduc- would meet my absent ones above. ce My husband was advised to get Dr. There's a fellow who goes rasblBg to and danger of the ordeal, so that it is tion, are to be forwarded to the were given especial attention by the cents or one dollar. most cordial character. In an interimmediately, and such letter, King's New Discovery for ConsumpYou may have a sample bottle and impossible to avoid the feeling of consnd fro managers oi the silver party. All view', Secretary Alger said: Unmindful oCthe comfort of manstant dread which creeps over her. either from the United Kingdom to tion. Coughs and Colds. I gave it a who tilled the soil were assured that a book that tells more about it, both "I had no adequate Idea oi the won, kind, low prices were the direct result oi sent absolutely free by mall, if you derful possibilities oi Cuba and Porto The danger and buffering attendant places beyond the sea or from places trial, took In all eight bottles. It has Whoplaats bis heel down squarely send your add less to Dr. Kilmer & upon being at mother can be entirely beyond the sea to the United King-- , cured me, and thank God, I aa saved the treatment oi silver and that val on your toe Rico before my personal investigation And merely bolts ahead sad doesn't uea must inevitably ' continue to drop Co., Binghamton.N. Y. When writ and I return to Washington with re- prevented, so that the coming of the dom, are charged at the postoffice at and now a well and healthy woman." mind. until the government consented to ing be sure and mention that you newed faith. All that I ever imagined little stranger need not be looked for-- , the regulated foreign rate. The mas- TrUl bottles free at J. H. Williams' fellow who crowds past coin at the old ratio all the silver that read this generous offer In the Hart- has been more than realized. Under ward to with fear and trembling, as is ter of every ship arriving In a British Drugstore. Regular size 50c. and There's thein the car you so olten the case. Every woman who port from lands outside tbe British $l.oo. Guaranteed or price refnnded. could be carried to the mints. This ford RjBfCBUCAN. And hurries to the seat yon should no circumstances would I now consent reads this paper can obtain absolutely dominions is obliged to sign a declarhave bad; view oi the case was backed up by an to the surrender of Porto Rico, which for Fifty Cants. ation that be has delivered at the Vale of Tears. This free a valuable and attractive little Quereiited tobacco babli cure, makaa waak There's tbe fellow who comes reeling avalanche of sliver literature, to say Is now our territory; nor would I men airons . blood para, too, II, A11 drnggUta: from the bar book entitled "Before Baby is Born," postoffice all the letters that were on nothing ol, an earthquake ol silver a. You have met these sinners and Man's life is fnllof crosses, and place the slightest check upon the by sending her name and address to board his ship, or else he must swear gabble. Farmers know now that the you, know they're bad; Don't Worry Him. good work that is being done for prices oi their products advance with- temptations. He comes into this Cuba. The problems are meeting the Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, there are none on board, the law proBnt the worst disgrace unto the huShe I deem it my duty to tell you man race out the slightest regard to silver, and world without his consent, goes out satisfactory solution, and I see no Ga. This book contains priceless in- claiming that "the master, officer, , Is tbe batber who's had onions for that the Pppocrat purpose tu 189S was of it against his will, and his trip be-- reason to fear for the future. None formation to all women, and no one crew, or passengers of any ship re- that papa has lost al). his fare, taining letters after the delivery of He (her affianced) Well, don't should fall to send for It. to overwhelm them with financial tween the two eternities is exceedingm ly rough. The rule of contraries Is of the serious questions which have the ships letters to the postoffice wilt worry about that I have no doubt I And proceeds to puff his breath Into fallacies and deception. In that year yonr face Ta Cnra Ooetliatlai Vorarack already arisen or will arise are insur can get another girl with good prosCandy While he has yoa lying helpless In or fete. the value of domestic animals was one of the most important features of mountable. Havana is beginning to IfTake Caaearataaura, Catnartlff. too money. forfeit 5 for each letter." C O. C. faU to aruasUui refund his chair, Evidently, therefore, if Hennlker pects who will marry me. Philadelcertainly low and demagogues charged the trip. When he is little the girls Chicago News. kiss him. II he raises a large family Heaton's source of authority for tbe phia North American. he is called a poor man, but if he story ot the German firm be creditaraises a small check he is a thief and ble, the men from the Teutonic fatha fraud. If he is poor he is a bad erland committed a crime against the manager, it he Is rich he Is dishonest; postal regulations of England, and he Is in politics it Is for pfc; it be is they or their agents ore liable to be TO OUR SOIL' if out of politics you can't tall where to Indicted. dHPDPMaf l Catarrh it an place him, and he's no good to his " iietoro my Thy foarful dlseoso often first appears Amiriean diuast, country; if heilois an act ol charity Results Fatally In Nino Flowers as Disinfectants. wife began using itra.OrEer,Bagby, he's stingy and lives only for himself; as a mere scratch, a pimple, or lump in a Friend Tex., says: the breast, too smalt to attract any The power of plants is absorbing Mother's A Gases Out of Ten has done so much good if he dies young their is a great fornotice, until, in many cases, the doodly she could hardly all decaying animal and vegetab'e get around. I do tune ahead oi him; if he lives to a for ma that I am able 'disease is xully dovoiopod. to do my own work." ripe old age he has missed his calling. Cure Found at Last. matter, which would otherwise infect not think she Cancer can not be cured by a surgical BHPilll.Ki.llllllV operation, because tho disease is a virulent Mr.JacobQrlffln.Elmer. Verily, the road is rough, but men atmosphere, need not be dwelt upon. could ''Mich. .writes: "Iwaavery like to travel it. Ex. WbSSSSSSSSSSpoison in tho blood, circulating throughout tho system, and although UaaaJalaSv Frost and sunshine both assist to the eet inerroua and unable- - to tho soro or ulcer known as tho Cancer may bo cut away, the laaf 'aaaaaaaaaaHSHB ' same end, hut without abundant along work. I hare taken seTeral poison romains in tho blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with HHIw jrtBIIIIIIIIIIIIHlllH . without HANDY PREACHER. tot ties of and plant growth tbey would be powerless . it now. She has ronowed violence. am entirely well." d Tho wonderful' success of S. S. S, in curing obstinate, to render the atmosphere fit to breathe. used it for tWO .UMSBBBBBBBBBBBW Eather Luther, Soes two Fugitives In His Con- blood disoaaes which were considered incurable, induced a few Every blade of grass thai grows by months and it is C.,aaya: "I sufferers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting the skill of gregation and Arrosts took your for the doorway, even tbe sprays of the a great help to tha physicians without a cure. Much to their delight 9. S. S. proved She docs deafness can hear now as humble doorweed that spring up in her. Them. equal to the diseaso and promptly effected a euro. Tho glad nows housework well as I erer could," otherwise barren places, where even her pruuu ruiuuiy, uuu it was soon uuiuuusiruvou Aug. Tryloff, Mt, without trouble." A took doubt that a cure had at last been grass will not grow, and all verdure "I had place moat unnsual occurrenceMercer boyondfor deadly Cancer, Evidence bos accufound near Spanishburg in in its degree serve tbe purpose of purila grippe and It left me with a terrible cough. I county last Saturday. One ol Sherlfl mulated which is incontrovertible, of which fying the air and converting the un took and was White's deputies is a local preacher, tho following is a specimen : wholesome things which msy be a Is an external liniment for expectant " Canoer is hereditary in our family, ray father, a cured." It gives them mothers to use. and while he was occupying the pul- slater aunt thu menace to life into health and beauMrs. E. Ouest, Kearney, pit atlhat place he noticed two much dispute. and anfeelings having;bedied from when dreadful strength to attend to their household My may Imagined the horBuffalo Co., Neb,, wrltesi ty. almost to the hoar of confineduties rible disease made it appearance on my aid. It was it JutTAacoa ret adult ment- It is the one for wanted, mountaineers In the congre "I took your a malignant Canoar, eating Inwardly in suoh a way as It is only a short time since plants tion that overcome and only prepara- WARRANTED. PRICE SOoto; mornlnc aicknaai catarrh, and cam say that gatlon for whom he had warrants. to oatua great alarm.- - The disease seemed beyond tha have been generally cultivated for and nervousness. It is the only I I am now entirely cured Alter the opening hymn was conclud skill ot tha doctors, fortholr treatment did no good worse all tbe wbila. whatayar, their flowers. A few gorgeous plants remedy that relaxes and relieves the of It." ed be drew his pistol, to the great sur Numaroua the Cancer growing for It. but tha Cancer ' uns. s. X. idol. romediM were used II. Walter Brady, era. elre4r lte tear, u ail oar have been giown in the vicinity oi strain, It is the only remedy that .aktuna 11 audience, and, coolly kraw steadily worse, until It seecaed that I was doomed keitam. lax la taa makes labor short and delivery easy. aeeaf mU C arilal. ual ia? Oraa aal? eeeal ..Ue. Ark. , says : " I had prise ol his aa ink, etna o follow the others ef the family, for I know how deadly Cancer ia, espeeblly palaces and royal dwelling-placwalking down the aisle, arrested both It is the only remedy that puts the laawaa aa r.aa Taale, Toetemlr. running ears. It was so tspaeMe (8. S. 8.), whlah, from tha when inharired. I was adriaai to try Swiffa Aeaar.CaaaaC. from unknown time, but the demobreasts in condition so that swelling lf the fugitives, who were completely first day. forced out the poUoa. I ooatinuad lu ue until I had taken etghteaa offensive I excluded ForVle by J. II. Williams. cracy oi flowers whleh levels paliee or rising is Impossible. Don't take1 from all society. After. overcome with surprise. Alter putting bottlas , whan I was cured sound aad wall, aad hava had ao symptom of tha internally. They sadangei ' have though I had borne It fourtsaa tali bracelets on the men he led them ' dreadful affliction, S. M. maay year N. elapsed. S. 8. S. U the only cur and cottage are of modem date, The medicines of for Canoer, Maa. both mother and child. the lives years I read Dr. Uartmaal. book oallad poor man had so briar rose ahuaber. Idoa.-- v Our book on Cancer, containing other testimonials and valuable Tha Ills of LlfsV I took MTMtesa, back to'the pulpit, gave them a seat MW P rlaad U sell drostUta lac 1 . W;tt,t.-- An Both sea ' information, will be sent free to any address by the Swift Specific lug over hta cottage, uatess it grew dollars' worth of Ida rmdUaaiuja and concluded his sermon Sead for aar free Ulaitrated book. wWJKaV. -ty S tatirely ouredj". are notfin jail at Binefisld?"" ' ' '" Company, Atlanta, Georgia. there spoaUBeadaTy, aad when It did The iradtUM aiga-l- sr Co., AH.ats. 6a. j to-d- ay d, OAHTOIIIA. nt n. j. 10-ce- ' high-temper- mm lk. Globe-Democr- .ii. post-offi- ' 1 e EGULIAR CANCER IS DEADLY! A HDSR3ND SAYS: GRAVES BaMR' BAjvi 'tpo-ru-n- f) wjA frftDREtiKZB Fe-ru-- deep-seate- Frank-llnarUle.- Pe-ru-- Mothers Friend w 1 'HHp TASTELESS Li Pe-ru-- TON IE HI LI. Caa-cad- e, vi es aly-se- a - .-- && aM. . a J. it. . - ar-- -- Wllwiaj.imJUaHi., -- 4 ,1 F The fetishism of savage Africa makes cities are already connected by tbe 0. and the progress of the flames was told to those in the rear by shouts bs shudder, and fills us with disgust. & N. Theie facts being true it an Ytt we have fetishes of our own, one of from the pears very clear to a considerate rolnd tliem great, luanl Friday ky lh and la M ABTrORB POBLlllHIMU.t'VMPANT The torch was applied about half whose name crimes Innumerable are that the day of Hartford's seebga Incorporated. 2 and at 3 o'clock the body was dally perpetrated. The name of that fe past railroad It far distant. Certainly then limp and lifeless, his head hanging to tish U ignorance. oue side. The body was not taken To that powerful the question of cheap transportation fetish thousands Foh Rogers, ) down. It was cut to pieces. The of mothers annu-all- y and quick travel from Hartford to a Was H.Thomas, ) EDITORS. Jno. crowd fougbt for places about the make sacrifice convenient point on the I. 0. should to smouldering tree and with knives se- of their daughters. and His Body be coniidered. cured such parti ol the body as did For what is it but Death Office on Fox Streot. not fall to pieces. The chain was a sacrifice to the An electrical car lino from Hart fetish Ignorance Doforo Doath hlaEars.Flngora severed by hammers, the tree was to permit girls to Subscription, 91 per year In advance ford to Beaver Dam or McHenry can chopped down and such pieces of the and Othor Parts Woro be built and would surely bo an ex firewood as had not burned were cars blossom to womAmputated. anhood, and enter ried away as souvenlts. at Hartford cellent investment. Hartford and Entered at the the marriage relaONB MORS NRORO TUT TO OBATIt nY tion without one as second class mail matter. Beaver Dam would bo mutually ben Short Story of His Crlmo--- A OROROIA MOD. helpful hint of the Nogro Proaohor Implicated efited by such a project and the bus!- -. Palmetto, Ga., April 24. The body obligations of that Hangod by Samo Mob. FRIDAY, APRIL s8. relation and its ness men of the two towns should conof Llge Strickland, the negro preach physical perils f sider the matter. Besides the profits just the word Newnan, Ga., April 23. In the er who was Implicated In the Cranford j&T2TOT7STCE&C3SIr7a I of transportation the electrical plant presence of nearly two thousand peo- murder by Sam Hose, was found which the mother limb of speak could easily light the streets and resi ple who sent aloft yells of defiance and swinging to themile and a persimmon fails to turn the roR THE SENATE. a quarter of would shouts ol ioy, Sam Hose, a negro who tree within a We areautborlzed to announce Hon. dences of both towns. young girls' attenBelore death committed two ot the basest acts this place early W. Fred Long as a candidate for the tion to the dsnger If Beaver Dam should" refuse to known to crime, was burned at the was allowed to end tnt sufferings of of irregularity. office of State Senator in this theSev ' tbe negro bis ears were cut oil and For It is in the subject to the I consider the proposition then the line stake In a public road, one and one enth Senatorial District, the small finger of his left hand was action of the Republican party. should be run to McHenry. This last half miles from here this afternoon. served at the second joint. These ignorance of the necessity for regularity in tbe periods that the foundation is laid Before the torch was applied to the route would be cheaper and by far pyre, the negro was deprived of his trophies were In Palmetto to day. for the debilitating drains, the female roR REPRESENTATIVE. pains, InflamOn the chest ot the negro was a scrap weakness, bearing-dowmore advantageous to Hartford than ears, fingers and other portions ot his mation and ulceration that rob marriage We are authorized to announce Hon. note paper attached of joy and the former. It would only require anatomy. The negro pleaded pitiful of motherhood of happiness. R.CJarnagin, of Beaver Dam, as a lor bis life while tbe mutilation was with an ordinary pin. On one side of d for women " as womThat " candidate for the nomination for Rep- about 4$ miles of road to be built to going on, but stood the ordeal ol firt this paper was wltten: "New York en have named it, Dr. Pierce's Favorite action of tbe reach resentative, subject to the the Williams switch, and a com- with surprising fortitude. Before the Journal. We must protect our ladles. Prescription, establishes regularity of the Republican patty. 99." The other side of the periods, dries up all unhealthy drains, paratively level bed could be selected. body was cool, it was cut to pieces, 23, contained a warning to negroes cures female disease, and inflammation the This would brini; an immense mining and bones were crashed into small bits paper neighborhood. femifoleven The Hartford Eerald is again beg- trade to Hartford. It would change wretch met the tree upon which the ol the "Beware, all It reads asYou and ulceration of the peculiarly nine organs. darkles! his fate, was torn up and lows: lamb for tho legislative Women suffering from diseases pecuging for a the I. C's stopping place for the coun- disposed ol as souvenirs. The negro's will be treated the same way." liarly feminine, may consult Dr. R. V, slaughter and insists that the patriot ty seat from Beaver Dam to Mc- heart was cnt in several pieces as was Before being finally lynched Strick- Fierce, by, letter at the Invalids' Hotel, offering himself must favor all the Henry. It would make Hartford the also his liver. Those unable toob land was given a chance to confess to IlufTalo, absolutely without charge or fee. tain tbe ghastly relics direct paid the misdeeds of which the mob sup Each letter la opened in strict privacy, cuesedccM of the Goebcl election law. resort for traveling men. It would their more fortunate possessors ex- posed him to be guilty, but he pro- read as sacredly confidential and to prenecessarily limits the The qualification serve the seal, of confidence unbroken, tested his innocence until tbe end. open the great coal fields between travagant sums for them. plain envelopes, number to select from, as very few Hartford and McHenry and in many Small pieces of bone went for tweu Three times the noose was placed all replies are sent in of printed matter. cents, and a bit of the lives, around bis neck and the negro was bearing no single word Democrats in Ohio county favor the other ways it would be advantageous crisply cooked, sold for ten cents. As drawn up off the ground, three times Ooebel outrage. to Hartford. soon as the negro was seen to be dead, he was let down with warnings that RENDER NOTES. There is capital enough in Hartford there was a tremendous struggle among death was in store for him should he Oub Tin Shop contemporary insists the crowd which had witnessed his fall to confess bis complicity in the Miss Stella Kinchelo, who has been to build the road and plant and to tragic end to secure the souvenirs. A Tnree times Strict: visiting at this place for a that the Republicans are leaving the Craniordmurder. time, put it in operation without crippling rush was made for the stake, and land proclaimed his innocence, until has returned to her home short at Nelson negroes out in the cold. Not so with tho purse of any man or interfering those near tbe body were forced weary of useless torturing the mob Creek. the Democrats, they make it exceedwith the business of any citizen. against it and had to fight for their pulled on tbe rope and tied the end Mr. W. J. Rowe made a flying trip freedom. Knives were quickly pro- around the slender trunk of the per ingly warm for the negro. Down at to Central City Sunday to see iriends Business men of Hartford, this project duced, and the body soon dismember- simmon tree. Newnan, Georgia, a few days ago and relatives. is to your interest and to the interest ed. Not a shot was fired by the mob. they burnt a poor negro at the stake; Mr. fohn Francis and son, David, One of the men who lifted the can Strickland was strangled to death. of your town. Let's think about it and went to Central City Sunday to have worse still, before they applied the of kerosene to the negro's head is said Late Sunday night about fifteen talk about it; then build it. arm, to be a native ot Pennsylvania. His men went to tbe plantation of Mai. a bullet cut out of tbe latter'a three torch they cut off the poor wretches name is known to those who were Thomas and took Strickland from the which has been in his arm for otherwise mutilated his body. ears and NEWS ITEMS. with him, but they refuse to divulge little cabin in the woods that he called years, but Dr. M. P. Creel tailed to extract it. Certainly nothing cold about that. it. home, leaving his wife and five chlK Mr. Clyde Rowe is on the sick list George Marshall, The mob was composed of citizens dren to wall and weep over the late of Newnan, Griffin, Palmetto and oth they knew was In store for the negro. at this writing. Hon. W. B. Katcuingb, of Lon- of Ohio, Is dead of heart disease. Mrs. John W. Rowe, of Centertown, Admiral Dewey carries a watch er little towns in the country roundaTheir cries aroused Maj. Thomas, and don, Ky., is reing urgently solicited made from steel taken from tbe sunk bout Newnan, and of all the farmers that sturdy old man followed tbe is at her father's at this place and is by Republicans all over the State to en who had received word that the burn- lynchers in his buggy, accompanied Improving rapidly. battleship Maine. The Render Baptist congregation make the race for Auditor. Mr. ing was to take place. by his son, W. M. Thomas, deter A company has been formed at Hose confessed to killing Cranford mined to save, 11 possible, the life of have purchased a new organ lor the Hatchings is a successful business Chattanooga, Tenn., to build a cotton but denied that he had outraged Mrs. his plantation darky. He overtook church. man and could fill the office only at a mill to cost $125,000 Rev. F, G. Jones, of Drakesboro, Cranford. Before being put to death the lyncher" with their victim at Pal sacrifice of personal interests, but his Col. M. Lewis Clark, a well known the negro stated that he had been paid metto, and tnen ensued, witn only tbe filled his regular appointment last Mem- $12 by "Llge" Strickland, negro moonlight to brighten the faces oi Saturday and Sunday. splendid political record and great turfman, committed suicide at preacher at Palmetto, to kill Cranford. those grim men, the weirdest and Mr. S. B. Bishop, of near Center-tow- n, personal popularity has attracted the phis. No cause assigned. a mob of citizens is scouring most dramatic scene this section has Is In this city selling books on The Immigration laws of the United attention of those Republicans who war and is havStates have been extended to Cuba, the country for Strickland, who has ever known. tbe have closely considered the party's Porto Rico and the Philippines. lelt bis borne, and will lynch him it Strickland was halted directly op- ing grand success. caught. welfare in the State and should he. posite the telegraph office. The noose Mr. John Tones, of this clty.is teach The wealthier classes In Cuba are Sam Hose killed Alfred Cranford, a was adjusted around his neck, and the ing a fine singing class in the new consent to make the race he will be a anxious for annexation and Cuba farmer, near out end ot the rope was thrown over a tower of strength to the Republican will become an integer of Uncle Sam's wbite his wife, tenPalmetto, andSince tree. Strickland was told he had a Baptist church. raged days ago. Mr. R. D Burton, who had his leg Union. ticket. that time business In that part of the chance belore dying to confess his broken In the mines, has returned to Edward Ascher, alias Lang, has State has been suspended, the entire complicity In the crime. while ago it looked like been sentenced at Detroit to life im population turning out in an effort to "I have told you all I knew, gentle- his home at Barnsley. A Messrs. John F. Hocker and L the Democratic party would not be prisonment for tbe murder oi Valmore capture Hose. He successlully eluded men. You can kill tre if you wish, Francis have taken the contract to pursuit until discovered near Macon but I know nothing more to tell." silver issue Nichols. able to get away from the work the streets ot Render lor twelve One and a halt miles out of New The negro's life might have been months. Agulnaldo refused to receive in 1900, notwithstanding the adverse who ap- nan, a place believed to be favorable ended then but for the arrival ol Maj Spanish Commissioners Mr. R. B. Rowe and family, Echols, verdicts of the people, but tbe cry of proached him for an exchange of for the burning, was reached. A lit Thomas, who leaped from his buggy tie to the side of the road there is a and asked for a hearing. He asked were in town Saturday and Sunday an antitrust campaign, started by prisoners. negro a chance visiting Rev. E. F. Kowe and family. strong pine tree. Up to this the the crowd to give Eastern Democrats, is meeting with a It is reported that Speaker Tom gro was marcbed, bis back placedne for his life here the the streets ot Suck 'Em Quick. on to hearty response in the west, and just Reed will resign his seat in Congress tbe tree and bis lace to tne crowd Palmetto, and said: "Gentlemen, the now it looks like our Democratic and take npCity. practice of law in which jostled closely about him this negro is innocent. Hose said Ueautr la Blaod Deep. New York Here for the first time he was allowed Llge had promised to give him $20 to Clean blood means a clean akin. No friends will let the robber barons conkill Alfred Cianford, and I believe beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Catharto talk. He said: G. L. Campbell, of Hopklnsville, tic clean your blood and keep it clean, b) tinue to rob the people under the succeeds the late John Feland as a "I am Sam Hose. I killed Alfred Lige has not had $20 since he has stirring up the lazy liter and dming all im- thieving tariff, and let the crime of Commissioner of the Western Ken Cranford, but I was paid to do it. been on my place. He has never done puritiM from the body. Begin today to boils, blotches, blackheads, Lige Strickland, the negro preacher any of you any harm, and now I want banuh pimples, bilious complexion by taking '73 go unavenged, and go alter the tucky Lunatic Asylum. you to promise me that you will turn and that sickly Counterfeit cigar stamps have at Palmetto, gave me $12 to kill him." him over to the Bailiff oi this town in Cacaret, beauty for ten cents. All drugtrusts, but we venture no predictions At this a roar went up from the gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. of the future policy of the Democratic been discovered in nearly every sec- crowd. The Intelligence imparted by order that he may be given a hearing. tion of the country and one million I do not ask that you liberate him. i,ar,y- the wretch was spread among them. cigars have been confiscated. "Henry Watterson intimates that "Let him goon, tell all you know Hold him, and if the courts adjudge he cares not who names the DemThe 3rd Ky. Infantry will be muss about It," came from the crowd. him guilty, hang him." retire Hon. Thomas B. Reed will ocratic candidates if he may write the tered out at Savannah, Georgia, May To this the mob replied that Strick- party platform" Sioux City Jour from his long period of service in :6th, and Ohio county boys may be Tbe negro, shivering like a leaf, conland had inflamed the negroes in the tinued his recital. Dttl. Congress with some enemies, all great expected home about the 20th. "I did not outrage Mrs. Cranford. neighborhood and had a bad reputaYou never were more mistaken men have them, but history will give tion, having been run away from Richard J. Oglesby Somebody else did that. I can idenHe cares nothing about either the East Point several years ago. him a page that Statesmen will study fell dead at his home, near Lincoln, tify them. Give me time for that." platforms or the candidates. Tbe Mr. Thomas reminded the mob platforms are made only to be vlolat The mob would hear no more. The centuries hence. Mr. Reed is a man 111., Monday. He was born in Oldnegro had voluntarily told of ed. Tbe candidates are the merest ham county, Ky., July 35. 1824. clothes were torn from the wretch in that the of iron will, but he was elected speakan instant. A heave chain was pros seeing Hose on the night of the mur- creatures oi circumstance. What is Sam er at a time when a strong character Alford Hose, a negro who murdered duced and wound around the body of der. needed is another deluge. Courier-Journa- l, Cranford and outraged his A member of tbe mob replied that in the speaker's chair was a necessity. wife at Newnan, Georgia, was taken tbe terrlbed man, clasped by a new m Under tho then established usage in from the jail and burned at the stake lock which dangled at Hose's neck. Strickland had done this In the of his guilt to establish his He said not a word to this proceeding, C. A. R. Mooting. Congress an insignificant minority amid the applause of 2,000 people. but at sight of three or four knives own Innocence. There were some, The United States Worsted Compas flashing In the hands ot several mem- however, who agreed with Maj. Thomcould effectually block any legislation At our regular meeting on Saturny, capital $70,000,000; the Ameri- bers of tbe crowd about him, which as, and after a discussion a vote was proposed by the majority, and to Tom can Plumbing Supply and Lead Comwas supposed to mean day, May 6th, 1899, flags will be disReed must be given the credit for pany, capiual 35,000,000, and the seemed to forecast the terrible ordeal taken, which to Llge Strickland. The tributed to decorate the graves of fall he was about to be put to, he sent up life or death making legislation favored by a mas Borden Condensed Milk Company, a yell which could be heard for a mile. vote to let him live was unanimous. en comrades and tbe places where jority of that body a possibility. Mr. capital $20,000,000, were Incorporated Instantly a hand grasping a knife Maj. Thomas then retired some disatTenton, N. J., Monday. shot out and one of the negro's ears tance and the mob was preparing services are to be held will be named. Reed has rendered his country a serdropped into a hand ready to receive to send Strickland in a wagon to New- Any neighborhood where soldiers are How'sThls? vice the influence of which will be a it. Hose pleaded pitifully for mercy nan, when a member ot the mob cried: burled desiring services will please factor in its future history. and begged his tormentors to let him "We have got him here; let's keep let us know on above date. We offer One Hundred Dollar Re- die. His cries went unheeded. The Wm. A. Carson, Com. ward for any cose of Catarrh that second ear went the way of the other. him." This again aroused the mob, and a messenger was sent to advise Tho Eloctrlcal Car Lino. J. C. Chamberlain. Adj't. cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Hardly had he been deprived of his Maj. Thomas to leave Palmetto for organs of hearing before his fingers his own good, but the old gentleman The proposed plan of building an Cure. Notice In Bankruptcy. F. J. Chenby & CO., Toledo;0. one by one were taken from his hand was not frightened. He drew him electrical car line from Hartford to and passed among the members oi the self up and said emphatically: We, the undersigned, have known Conrt of the United In yelling and now thorougbly madden- have never before been ordered "I Statesthe DistrictDistrict of Kentucky, intersect the Illinois Central at Beaver to for the Cheney for the last 15 years, and ed crowd. Dam or McHenry has not been given F.J. leave a town and I am not going to Owensboro Division. believe him perfectily honorable in all OThe shrieking negro was quickly leave this one." And then the Ma In the matter of ) the attention either here or at the terbusiness transactions and financially deprived of other portions of his anas jor, uplifting his hand to give his In bankruptcy. JOHN L. ROCK, minus of tbe line which it justly de- able to carry out any obligations tomy, and the words "Come on with words lorce, said to messenger: J tbe Bankrupt. the oil" brought a huge can ol kero- "Tell them that the muscles in my ''To the creditors of John L. Rock, of serves. made by their firm. sene to the foot of the tree where the to tell Proposition after proposition for conWest & Trcax, Wholesale Drug- negro, bis body covered with blood legs are notI trained stoodrunning; and Paradise, in the county of Ohio, and have them that the fire District aforesaid, a bankrupt. nection with the outward world has met gists, Toledo, O. from head to foot, was striving and heard the whistle of the minnlea from Notice is hereby given that on the with silence at tbe hands of the people KlNNAN Si MARVIN, tugging at his chains. The can was a thousand Yankee rifles and I am 2d day of January, A, D., 1899, the WAIDING, over the negro's head by three not frightened by this ciowd." lilted of Hartford, But the time has come Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, O. said John L,. Keck was duly adjudicator four men and its contents poured ed bankrupt ; and that the Cist meet1 Maj. Thomas was not molested. when the plan of connecting Hartford Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inters over him. By this time a supply ot The negro was then taken to tbe ing of his creditors will be held at the with the railroad should be given due nally, acting directllly upon the blood brush, pieces of fence rail and other In the rear of Dr. W, S. Zeller's law olbce ol Shelby Taylor, in Hart consideration. That we must have a and mucous surfaces of the system. firewood had been placed about the yard and tied to a persimmon tree ford, Ky., on the aotb day of May, A negro's feet. This pyre was thor- home D., 1899, at 2 p. m., at which time line from this point to tbe railroad if Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. oughly saturated and a match applied. and left hanging. said creditors may attend, prove ever we have railway connection is be- per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. A Coroner's jury this afternoon held tbe claims, appoint a trustee, examA flame shot upward and spread their Hall's Family Pills are the best. quickly over the pile of wood. As it an Inquest at Palmetto and rendered ine the Bankrupt, and transact such yond question. The plans to often MP licked at tbe negro's legs he shrieked the usual verdict "death at the other business as may properly come discussed, of building a railroad from Why Certainly. once and began tugging at his chains. hands of parties unknown." before said meeting, J. A. Dean, Fordsville to Central City or from As the flames crept higher and tbe Another mob is hunting the couns Referee in Bankruptcy. A Western editor hits the nail on smoke entered his eyes and mouth try for Albert Sewell, Owensboro to Bowling Green are not who has been April 25th, 1899 the head when he says: ' takes wind Hose put the stumps of his hands to making himself obnoxious by remarks feasible now and may never be. The to run a newspaper. It 'It takes gall to the back of him and with a ter- concerning the whites. There is not In the matter ot 1 line from Fordsville to Central City run a newspaper. It takes a sclntll. rific tree plunge forward of his body severd' much prospects of his capture, howLUTHER ROCK, In bankruptcy. would pass through only a limited lating acrobatic imagination, half a the upper portion of the chains which ever, as he has beeu out of town two ) Bankrupt. railroad pass bound him to the tree. His body, days. area of good farming land and no ex. dozen white shirts and aBut money To the creditors of Luther Rock, of to run a newspaper. held to the tree only as far as the Hotton, in the county ot Ohio, and tensive coal fields. The towns at the heavens to Betsy and six bands round; thighs, lunged forward, thus escaping District aforesaid, a bankrupt termini of the proposed line are small who ever needed money In conducting the flames which roared and crackled Notice is hereby given tliat on the a newspaper! Kind words are tbe about his feet. One of tbe men near and without factories or industries. D, 1F99, the Are prepared from Na- 2d day ol Januaty, A duly adjudicat medium ot exchange that do business est the burning negro quickly ran up was A line from Owensboro to Bowling for an editor kind words and church said Luther ture's mild laxatives, and ed bankrupt;Rock that the firot meet and, pushing him back, said: "Get and Greeu would not pass through any social tickets. When you see an edl back into tbe are mere" ana quickly while pentle are reliable Ing ol bis creditors win De com at I he tor With money, watch him. He'll be coupled the disjointed links of tbe coal or other mineral fields of and efficient. They law office ot Shelby Taylor, in Hartpaying his bills and disgracing his It is true that the Hue would profession. Never give money to au chain. ford, Ky., on the 20th day ot May, A. The rod for a distance of half a D , 1899, at a p, m,, at which time the traverse some rich farming districts, editor. Make him trade it out; he mile on each side ot the burning nesaid creditors may attend, prove their but these are now In easy access of likes to swap." gro was black with conveyances and claims, appoint a trustee, examine the m Cure Sick Headache, convenient shipping points. It is also other transact Bankrupt, For the very best tonsorlal work, was simply Impassable. The crowd Sour Stomach, business as and properly csuch before may mie true that neither Bowling Green nor call on Bulllngton, the barber. He surrounded tbe stake on all aides, Constipation. and Sold said meeting. nearer than feet J. A. Dran, Owensboro is a general market for has elegant quarters, the beat of tools, but none of those able to see 100 was everywhere, 25c. per box. what of the center was Keierte in iiankriip'cy. of the farm, bisidea tbe two and will fix you up In style. products If going on, VeU ter yell went up lTeatedt)fC.I.HoodiCo.,Lowetl,Mi. April 35th, 1899. Hartford Republican. HORRIBLE Everybody has Fate of Negro Fiend In Georgia. to! i Ufa. tti flat Wto Prophflb, Burned at the Stake Cut Shreds after Ho liiis mado some very true predictions. Ho hns prcdioted that we would have a hot time this summer. Wo have takon it upon ourselves to mako a few predictions about "hot times. ft The will be "Hot Times" in this Old Town post-offi- ce For tho next few days, and the only thing to allay and soothe tho sweltering and fevered brow will be to take advantage of tho rare bargains and oxtremoly low prices we have quoted you bolow: Dross Goods. , Double-fold- n blood-staine- d God-sen- CLOTHING. Wo aro headquarters in this lino. all wool one way, worth Wo can fit you in price, quality and ICo, we sell at lOo per yard. style. Wo give you a few prices bolow: 30 in. wide, Better grades, l Men's Suits $2.60, worth $3.50 wool, regular 20c goods, our low price 1.50 " 2 08, same 15c per yard. Ilegular 25c goods ro 7.60 " 1.98, in this salo at tbe low prico of 20c ptr " 10.00 0.00, yard. We can Ot you out in tho nobbiest In fiue novelty patterns, we have them from $3 50 to S10 per pattern. and most stylish suit for $1.00. Boy's suits go at 75c, 98c and on up As for wash goods, wo defy any store to as high as $7 50. in tho city to show a better line, at Men's socks, black and tan, at 5c prices as low as we will make you. per pair. Better grades goat 10c, 15c, COR8ET8. 20c, 25o and up to 50c per pair. We have a full line of Corsets and MILLINERY. Corset Waists. Our ladles' summer In this Wo aro strictly Corset Is a beauty. We have them line. Wo extend to everyone a corfrom 25c to 60c. Other Corsets liom dial invitation to visit our store and 50c to $1.25 the best ou earth. examine our stock. one-hal- TABLE LINENS. Good, fast colors, worth 35o to 40c; Half Bleached we sell at 25c a yard. Tablo Linen, regular 60c goods ; wo sell at 39o per yard. Extra Blcacheiji Liuen, regular l)5o goods ; wo sell at 6O0 per yard. Sheeting, sells everywhere at 4 20c; we sell It at 15c per yard. 9-- A full line of Dimities, worth 7$o and 10c, we sell at 6c per yard. A full and complete line of Wash Goods at 25 per cent, under regular prico. m Amaskeog Glngbama ior Aprons and Bonnets wo sell at Coper yard. a shoST We show man's fiuo Shoe, (all solid leather) worth 81.50; wo fell at $1.25. Better grade, worth $1.05, we sell at $1,39. In fact, wo have shoes at all prices, viz: 81.48, $1.60, $1.60, $1.75, $2.00, 82.50, $3.50 and $3.75. This line of Shoes cannot bo excelled in quality, price nor style in the Green River Country. at 50c, MEN'S SHIRTS. We have Sne white hundred shirts they're worth $1. We sell a nice Negligee Shirt at 39c, it's worth 75c. 1'ino silk pull bosom shirts go at $1.39, worth $1.50. MEN'S HATS. We havo a floe line of linen hats. They aro the latest thing out in the way of summer headwear. We have them from 25c to 50c each. All kinds of Coo hats at prices to suit the times, ranging from 19c to $3.00. Spring cleaning is the order of the day and we have a nice line ot Mattings and Oil Cloth. We have a nice MEN'S UNDERWEAR. piece of Oil Cloth at 20c a yard and Shirts and drawers, regular 35o others at 25c and 30c per yard. goods; we sell at 23c. Better grade, All GINGHAMS and EMBROIDERIES. regular 05c goods, our prico 48c. Go at 2Jc, 3Jc, 41c, 5c, 7c, 10c, other grades go at the same low price. 12c, 16c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c. Columbia Cheviot, sells all over the LACES. world at 8c; we sell it at C Jo per yard. At all prices from 15c per one dot. Alabama plaid shirting 5Jc a yard. yards, up to the best at prices to suit Good quality, regular Co goods ; wo the times, sell it at IJc per yard. Good soft finish, yard-wid- e BleachCalico from 2Jc, 3$o up to 5c per ed Ctton, you can't buy it anywhere yard all the best grades and neatest except at our store for Itra thari7c; styles. we sell it at 5c per yard. White flannel 15c, 20c and 25c per o Extra heavy 8hlrtiiig, yard, worth 10c more on the yard. worth 6c; wo sell it at 3Jc m yard. ii Spring styles in Dress Gingham, TO THE FARMERS. worth 7c; we sell it at 5c. Better We want your Eggs, Feathcr,Uin grade, worth 10c, our price GJc. seng and Wool and will pay you tho New York Camlet Jeans, the best, hiRbest market price. WE WILL 10c per yard. PAY CASH FOR YOUR WOOL. yard-wid- MSHI - pr To-nlg- Spanish-America- n Our Qualities are Way up. Our Prices Way Down. Most of our goods are marked just a fraction above the cost price. We know that there isn't much money in this way of doing business, but wo want to introduce our new store and now goods to the public and we know ot no better or more effective way of doing this than to give you a pottion of our profits to get you to visit us, ' utile Don't forget the place, for it will pay you to visit the big store of R. T. OOLLI1TS, Hartford, Ky. COIIE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists relund money il it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet. tf AS mjEBMIDE IT usr Toachors' Examination. Examinations of applicants to teach in the common schools ot Ohio county will be held on tbe third Friday and Saturday In each ot tbe following months: May, June, July and August. The third Friday in each month will govern tbe time of examination. State examinations will be held In June and August at the time of count ty examinations. Examinations for colored teachers will be held on the ot the 4th Friday and Saturday months above mentioned. Fon'Rookrs, Co. Supt. 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, mm S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. ll.ill Slch I IlilllWCllI Many persons have their good day and tbelr bad day. Others are about half sick all the time. Tbey have hetdtcne, backache, and are restless and nervous. Food does not taste good, and the digestion It poor; the skin Is dry and sallow and disfigured with pimples or eruptions; sleep brings no rest and work Is a burden. Whit Is the cause of all this? Impure blood. And the remedy? CAPTURED! "Wo Have Met tho Enomy and Thev Aro vuio Labor and trouble, xriuub, xxura We have come to tbe Farmer's Rescue with Prices rent in twain with the determination that he shall not endure hard labor if he will only buy our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Cultivators. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and loss of time. ......, uujriuB ciKwucrc, come ana examine our large stock ofImplements of every description. Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills. Wagons, &c, &c. M .: Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. Williams 3 & Williams, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. m- QTr jsiT i PXVMaCMrxacwrkvtfli - The Smith Premier Typewriter ...U thi... ..- Economical Writing Machine. Hood'm PHIm conso-queu- ce. Rouse tho Liver through which poisons are carried from the body. When all Impurities are removed from the blood nsture ttkes right hold and completes the cure. If there Is constipation, tike Ayer's Pills. Theyawsken ihe drowsy action of the liver; (hey cure biliousness. It clears out the channels F TT. EiSjqiHBgljfJHP n . CmstrKttd en sdttiHlc prbctpki tnj of tlmptt pHs, 11 is the moil inMi mMuuntnuw. Kcptnemi turtJucM to Uumbilmmn. lltithtBttlVtlmWiittr. AH for Art Ctlitogiu. V A Y SmUh Premier 412 Waluut St., CinoinnatI, O. TyaewriUrC6mDn. h 215 5th St. Louisville. Kv WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL Writs to our Doeta. t w. iim. m. .ici.iii. itmiii f of lb. tuMt MlU.it.4 iui....inlutut ..yilvi.Al u. wni.ir,irii.. ! M I.- unmun m jour r.l ! Alia ft proniui tt,tt. without r.,i i. Ait,n. Aaar, un r MIU, MM Hoa.D.T.Brewtr, Jutllce of U.S. Sucrtnu Court, " "" """ """ p'Bnu- ard author! trl" It (xctb In the euo wttb wlitth the cto Dad t bo wont sought i in Mcurocjr or definition j In cEsot-iv- e DICTIONARY method of Indlcat lni pronunciation i In. tcrao and comprehciulYO tateranU or facts and In practical um m worklns dlctlawirr. Specimen txiKj. tie., tnt n nntitti.t .ScC MmUtn Co PuW.n, SpHnfeij. Wu... U, s, a. -- v. .4W rWV --- - t Messrs. J. C. Riley, and C. P. Tuere are quite a number ol census Tho Boy and tho Battlo. Keown, and V. B. Barnett attended reports of school districts yet out. the Sara Jones lecture at Fordsvllle All tru&tees should remember that Sampson Was a Bit Bllloils last Saturday. these reports should be returned to After Cervora's Fleet Had HEW Boon Dostroyod. the Co. Supt by May 1. After May puddle In the pathway v Tbe Render Baptist church, at Renlo.ht the law makes it most lives Is a defective der, Ky., will be dedicated on the 5th of the County Superintendentthe duty The boy had been asked to write a to ap circulation due to a blood sup- Sunday In April, 1899. The Rev. J. point a census taker for any dis- composition on the naval battle of SanIn Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Clothtiago. Tnis is the painful result: A. Bennett, ofFalrvlew, Ky., wlllol ply that instead of growing delate. trict that may be delinquent, who "Satnsun steemed up a waze an' ing, Dross Goods, &c, at J. E. Fogle & Co's. tf shall take the census and for which then Cervery come out. He sed 'I clear and strong like a mounMessrs. J. A. Coburn, Carl Fries service shall receive a reasonable com gess I'le make n run for it.' So he tain brook, is stagnant and nnd J. W, Greenwood came up Wed pensatlon fiom the Fltcal Court crackt on all sale an' came a bustln' Every article currying wltluitself the convincing proof that in its purcbaae you are saving money. In no previous srason impure. Puddles may be puri- nesday on the steamer Scioto. They But such dellngment chairman will thiu the narrer 'place where Hobson slnkt the Merrymack, an' he steered have we been able to collect an assortment so well adspted to fied, however, and become are engaged in the timber business we be liable to tbe Fiscal Court for an clost to shore In hops to git away tbe wants and requirements of our patrons. It you are asking Sly seen him acomln an' hesignuled are Informed. amount equal to the expenditure an yourself where you can buy the beat and cheapest this season, limpid streams. That is what to the other Ships an' ttjri all went fer this is an opportunity that will bo considered as a, fortunate exIf in need ol enlarged portraits, coll account ot his negligence, Cervery like a thousan' ol brick. Hood'sSarsapatilla does with m perience In your Hie. Come and look at our goods. They will m Sly swinged the Bruklyn round an' at Schroeter's Floating Studio and see Proporty Valuation. Vo will sell you: pleaso you. human blood. let 'em have it with both barls from satuple.i and prices on best grades only. the wurd go. An' prltty soon all the It clarifies, purifies and strengthen Ills place of business is headquarters The total valuation of all property Good heavy domestic . 5c Boy'a knee pants. . . . . . 15c the blood, and when this I accom listed for taxation In Ohio county for Spanish ships went down plunk like Good bleach cotton . , 4c Boy's suits tf 65c as tho' they had holts bord in 'em. pliahed, tho vital organ, liver, lungs, for such work. is $3,245,049. the year 1899 Added to Good calico from . Then when Sly on' 3c to jc Men's suits.. .$3. 00, worth fj.oo kidney, bowels, are all braced and inMr. William Stewatt, constable of this amount exemptions $794 638, captlns was wlplu' the rest of the Nice dress ginghams . . . , jc Men's better sulu.f 5, worth 7.50 thare forrlds an' vigorated. It ntier ditappcintt. Cromwell community, had the misfor- maite tne total value ol all property ttttln' tbe guns cool off, up steenis Nice apron check ginghams.. .50 Men's fine suits, ,to,woith 12.50 Dyspepsia "Suftered everything but tune to.loose his house by fire last listed f4.037.677. Admiral Samsuu 'Hello.' sez Sli Total value of land, $1,997,338. death for yean with dyipepila. Nothing 6 fie Ladles' fine shoes, $1.15. 36 in. percals Total value of town lots, 400.370. presently, 'where you bin all this relieved roe until I took Hood'a Sartapa. week. Scarcely anything was saved 36 In. percals, better grade.. worth i 50. rllla and It made and kept roe Kelt. Can from the flames. Total value of personal property, while?' But Samsun wuz nut oi sorts 36 in. percals, best grade . . toe Ladles' fineahoes.bulton or lace Mxa. EuGBfi wlib." 'It looks to me,' he sez bltturly, 'as ijkc quality Cotton Jeans. . . . ioc Limited quantity good Prints , . 3tfc eat anything IMill, Danburr, Conn. WuariiT, Hull's Mr. Wayne Griffin and Miss Attye Nice pique . , .istfc, worth 15c 5c Ladles' gcod black Hose 7c yard wide Bleach Cotton . Centertown precinct heads the list if you think you wuz the hole thing.' $2.00, worth $z 50., 5c Impure Blood- -" Fire years I auRered I don't 6c 37 In. shlrtlng.plald and attlptd.se Ladles' Vest 5c 6 for 25c Willi pimples on face and body. Hood'a Austin were quietly married at the with $244,812 worth ol taxable prop, But Sly be only lafs. 'Oh. captlns. 27 in. Scotch lawns 5c Ladies' tan shoes, button or lace kno,1 he sez, an wlnkt at the Baraaparlila cured ma permanently. 8c Bed Ticking;, guaranteed to bold Men's Balbrlgan Undershirt snd It home of the bride's father in Beaver erty. East Hartford comes second White and figured dimities ' ti.SO. gess there's glorle enufl to go Drawers feathers 25c alio cured my father's carbonclei." Auixt Dam Wednesday evening, as was an- with $208,310. Cromwell precinct it 'I 15c E. Ciurr, Tuitln City, Cl. 7K to 15c Ladies' black slippers . . . 50c rouna.' uutsamaun was ollul bilyus Good heavy Sox third with $176,493, and East Fords5c 54 in. Turkey Red Tnbte Linen . . 15c IEryalpetas-"M- y little girl la now fat nounced last week. If you'd obayed Good shirting cottons vllle fourth with $170,608. 5c Ladles' black Uppers 73c o disgrayBlnl thingorders,' he sez, 'this 5.4 Table Oil Cloth (not second) . 15c muaren's suppers 50c to ft, tan and and healthy on account of Hood'a Baraapawoodn't hav' hapblack. Best shirting cottbns . 7c, rllla curing her of eryilpelaa and ecxema. Ladies' tan slippers. . . . 1.23 Heat quality colored Carpet chain, 1 & Son have secured an extra Field dTyou want to hake honey? pened ' Then Sly dlden't say no suppers It la our family medicine, as we all take Itr worth 50c Heavy Domestic Children's ahoes and slippers 4c waits'saw how bilyus Samsun ft. 00 Mas. H. O. WnsATMT, Port Chester, N. Y. stable and nowallhave ample room to m bis fxk'wkkk uvabantked more coz he tbe Cervery ships bein Good cottonade Dresa Style Ginghams. . , ,5c and 6c uaies- line Kiasnoes ioc wuz. An from 25c to $1.50. Men's plow Shoes accommodate their customers. 00 ft. Best cottonade . , . We want intelligent, hustleng reps sunk for good an' all tba couldn't try t,ooo yds apron checked Glnghams,sc Children's suits Men's straw hats 69c 25c Tbe politest attention and the best ol Straw mattings . resentatlves to handle the most beau, it over again, an' that's all I kno' 10 pieces Piques in stilpe or figures-la- test Youth suits, pants.coct and vest,$2 50 nyic Boy's straw hats . . jc to 30c feed lor your horses. lad for waists ioc Men's heavy twilled black suits, J2 48 Floor oil cloth tlful and popular line ol fast seelllng about it up to the presunt wiitin." 20c Men's linen hats . . . 20c to 50c Vincennes, Ind., Sun. Table oil cloth 10 pieces Sheer Organdies If you want your curtains and 20c ioc Child's odd pants won books and Bibles every Issued by any Htt .25c BooJ't mil ear uUk ilU, th liood't IrrluUnr Men's and boy'a caps.aoc to 50c tmlcsttWtlj with Good bed ticking (holds 10 pieces figured Dimities hrprtllfc 7c Boys' odd pants 89c to look neat and clean, save bouse. quick sellers, low Lima; Irrltalleu $1.00 leathers) 10c Men's Cottonade pants 15c Men'a heavy shoe 5 pieces white Dimities 45c them lor Lyman Williams, agent lor retail prices, liberal terms and fait Is the forernnnerof consumption. Dr. Good turkey red table linen.. 150 Men's fine shoesfi.as.wortbi.so pants. . . 75c 3 pieces 28 In. Serge ioc the thing Good the Ilopklnsvllle Steam Laundry and dealing are the Inducements we offer. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, Good white table linen . . . 25c Men's fineshoesfi. 50, worth 1.75 for skirts and bicycle snlts. Ladles' ready-madSkirts, . 98c to 5 and clve aneh strrnofh to thr Innsa Men's cotton socks Dye Works. Reasonable prices Credit given and freights paid. We 5c Men's fine shoes . Ji. worth 2.50 pieces linen finished Ducks. . . ioc Good quality home spun Linen . that a cough or a cold will uot settle Ladles' hose, black or tan . . 5c Men's fine tan ahoes, $3 50, worth mere, 25c at an gooo druggists. 11 50c a pair lor Lace Curtain, 3 yards Men's nice straw Mats FRIDAY, APRIL s8. DrJ. T. Miller and daughter, Mr. want you with us. Write us by 25c Ladies' belts ioc to 25c long, bound with tape. Boys' nice Straw Hats mall. m 19c Geo. Klein wife and daughter, Mr. Men's undershirts 20c Men's double front overalls.. 45c ROSIN E, KY. THE HUDGINS PUB. CO., Men's best undershirts, 35c Men's cottonade pants, 50c Henry Griffin, and Rev. Robert A. See Carson & Co. lor Fettilizer. worth 50c. worth 75c. Crowe were passengers on the steamer 44 Kelser Building, Atlanta, Ga. Rev. B, F. Roman will preach the . Men's drill drawers, 20c . Men's bine cottonade pants, 40c, Field's 'bus meets all trains at Scioto on its trip out Wednesday. funeral of Miss Clara foster on the worth 25c woith 50c. LIBERTY. KY. Beaver Dam. fourth Sunday in May at Salem. Bom, to the wile of Mr. J. R Her, We want to call special attention ot YOUNG MEN to our SHIRTS Meeting still going on at Horse We sell the best brand of Calico at oi near Manda, this county, the 24th April 32 Mrs. Pennle Barnard is t mention every article we have, but would like for Branch, one conversion. growing worse. and NECKWEAR. No house in larger cities shows jou a mf re com 3Kc Carson & Co. iut tu, twin boys. Mother and babies you to come and see us and get prices on our goods. We are Snnday .School at Cane Run is Mr. C. H. Stevens has been sent to plete line. Bilk front Ubirts 11.00. line Pique bosom tihirta in plaid Mr. E. P. Neal went to Marion, doing well. This is the fourth set of Hopkinsville for special treatment. largely attended. confident that we can And will save you money, if you will only and plain, white, 11.00. Bolt bosom Shirts, oi all description, 50c twins born within the past ten months Ky., Tuesday on legal business. Rev. W. G. Stewart filled his regu Mrs. C II. Stevenu Is nearly recovgive us an opportunity. We will pay you the highest market tbe thing lor comfort. In a radius of 2 miles oi Manda. lar appointment at Salem Sunday, ered. Cottonade Pants 35c ; Jeans Pants price for your Eggs, Feathers, Wool and Ginseng. Mr. James St Clair, ot Roslne, has Mr. W. O. Lilts Is improving. We are showing in ties, tbe latest in Puds, Clubhouse, FouriuHand, 50c at Carson & Co's. Music lovers will have an opportunJames Thomas Is able to be out gone Into the dry goods bnsiness. Scarli, Bona, Mascots, all new spring colorings. 300 samplo Shirts, ity of hearing some of the greatest again. Miss Vivian Goodwin is on the sick Rev. W. G. Stewart, Roslne, rtade Ask to see them. just artists of Europe and America at tbe us a pleasant call yesterday. Mr. L. T. Barnard, who has had list, thought to be taking tbe measles Louisville May Festival on May 8, 9 grippe, Is recovering. Mrs. Waltrip, of Caney precinct, Is We sell Percals, Lawns and India and 10. No expense has been spared Messrs. Press and Thad Barnard on the sick list. Linens at 4c Cakson & Co, Farmers predict fruit all killed, but to make the five concerts of the Fes- were the guest of their mother last will have lots of apples, cherries, Sunday. Farming implements of all kinds, tival as attractive as possible. No lady who wants the Latest in Milliner; should pan us by, The plums and damsons. That's enough Miss LUUe Stevens We have just received a carload ol day school at Union attended Sun to cheer the heart of a lizzard lithe quantity we have already sent out speaks volumes for us. First, our for sale by Henry Field & Son. last Sunday. Harrows, Cultivators peaches are all killed. B. stock is the largest ; wo excel in quality and style ; our price are the Don't fall to see Miss Stafford for Plows, of the best make to be had and Bro. Berry atarted to Green River Drills and Union to fill his appointment at that lowest. Call and see our Hats and if your better judgment does not say Millinery Goods. Carson & Co are prepared to save yon money on Lung Irritation place the second Sunday, but owing to you tbst you can do better with ui, we will not argue tbe question. Goto Westerfield & Miller's for alt kinds of machinery. Call and see to bad roads cot no farther than Beav is the forerunner to consumption. us before buying. Agents lor Dr. Bell's will cute We cannot mention every article wo would to like to. We want to frest meats, lard, bacon and chickens. tbe King of harvesting er Dam. it, and give such strength to the meet you face to face, no matter whether you are ready to buy or not. Mr. Vlrele Berry, of Henderson lungs that a cough or a cold will not machinery. Bring us your iat Hens, Eggs, We aro anxious to tliow Goods in all Departments that are EXCEL4 Henry Field & Son. City, Is tbe guest of his brother, Rev. settle there. Twenty-fivcents at all Feathers and Wool. Carson & Co. Wm. Berry, ot this place. good druggists. Forsaleby Z.Wayne in PRICE. We want your Wool, LENT in QUALITY and LOW A single fare ior the round trip to Mr. lhad Barnard is planting corn Griffin & Bro. Mrs. Dr. Pendleton and Mrs. I. S. tf Eggs, Feathers, etc Glenn were pleasant callers at this Louisville and returned has been se- and several others are prepannc corn Boat Tctaeee Spit tail Sa.ie T.ar lift iwj. cured on all railroads during the Mu- land. office Tuesday. No matter the condition whether times of peace or petobacco eaillr To sic Festival to be given there May Mrs. Lee Taylor retained home af attic, quit ot life, nerve and tourer, ba mir lull and Tiior, Ui. Mrs. Earl Collings and daughter, 8th, 9th and 10th. The oppratunity ter a weeks visit to her parents. riods of war the needs of the home must be supplied. tba wonderworker, tbat mak.t weak men Mrs. Newt Berry is visitincr her troog. All drnetltu, Mo or II. Cur guaranMarie, came up Tuesday from Glen-vlll- e to visit Louisville will be the best of & There's never any cessation in the wants that arise, and teed. Booklet and itmple free, Addret and are guests of Mrs. Lucy A. the year, and the greatest singers in parents In Butler county. Sterling Itemed Co., Cblcaeo or New York. it's of the utmost importance that you expend this money Messrs. L. T. and E. P. Barnard Klein. America will appear in the Festival. I and families spent Sunday with their Transport where public safety is assured where every article you Hancook.San Fran-cloc- o, EX'SheriQ C.P. Keown has purchas- mother. Messrs. II. Clay Leach, W.F. Long, purchase gives back the fullest values. Those who desire Cal. ! Mr. Otto Leach and sister. Miss Beaver Dam, and Nicholas Barrass, ed tbe tract of land north of town and to make the season an economical one, should closely inCliffie-speSaturday night and SunApril 16. I hope you may change Taylor Mines, made us a pleasant above the levee known as tbe Bozarth day with Mrs. Emma Black of near my auarces oiten enough to keep a vestigate the many claims we make tbat this is the satisfarm. It Is a very fine body ol land Horton. call Wednesday. RaPUBUCAK coming my way every factory store. and will be an excellent farm when Barnard Bros, delivered four fat week. Soldiers are a great deal o' Remember that the funeral of Mrs. properly improved Mr. Keown is a steers to Mason Taylor at Beaver Dam trouble to their friends, but bear with G.J. Bean, deceased, will be preached hustler and always pushes whatever which brought them $158. S.B.F. us ch'angellugs and let things come of by Rev. E. E. Pate at Goshen the o our way. 1 business he undertakes with a vim fifth Sunday in this month. List of Lottors I left Plattsburg Barracks, "N. Y and determination that Insures sue with a detail of thirty-sito guard Capt. Gathwrlght, representing the cess. e Remaining in the at Hart the freight oi the 21st infantry to San Washington Life Insurance Company, You're ina safe harbor, from a price and quality standThe Floating Studio will leave lord.Ky., which if not called ior in 30 Francisco. The regiment comes after was in town yesterday looking alter Hartford about six sections the first week in May, days will be sent to the Dead Letter us in accident they or trains. Barring point, when you're anchored in our new spring stock. The great will arrive to mor special business lor his company. and go to Rochester and will remain Office row, if so they will leave port in the styles are there the high quality is there the low prices at Washington, D. 0.; Miss Bee Brown, who has been vis there three weeks; then to Paradise afternoon, so says the Captain of U you've been looking for, are there. There's everything Air. Sam Roach, S. Transport Hancock. He was also iting her sister, Mrs. Dr. King, Ray, for ten days; then to Rock port, and Mr, Jim Bolton, that makes your shopping pleasant there's every induce, heard to eay he would make Manila Texas, tor the past three months, re- - from Rockport we will make stops at Mr. James Gray, 2. In about eighteen days. ment that will cause you to buy, and that will bring you turned home the aid inst. Ceralvo.Smallbouse Klrtley's Landing Persona Calling for any of the above I send you two leaves ol trees from back again. Ginghams 5c to India Linens 4c to and Point Pleasant If in need of letters will please say that tney saw California, I will not attempt to spell Mrs. C. P. Keown was called to their names. Hartford had a good 30c, Lawns 4c to 15c Imported Organdies and Mulls, Fordsvllle Wednesday to attend the Enlarging in best grades only, wait tnera advertised. WOODBtirtY TlKSLEY, P. M. botany class in '94, try them now. Of bedside ol her sister, Mrs. Will Tru for us. Remember our Photo Buttons anything you want in Linen and Woolen Dress Goods. course Frisco Is lull of flowers and are the fad of the day. man, who is dangerously ill. some soldiers get boquets, too. Quaint Sayings. Mr D. A. Pierce died at his home I wish you and tbe readers oi the Mr. George Klein has sold bis April 13th, Funeral ex could have helped me It Is Interesting and instructive to house and lot and store to T. Larkln near Roslne, enjoy the ride around tbe Sierra Neread bright and well constructed Griffin. Mr Klein wilt in a short erclses were conducted at Mt. Fleas advertisements. vada mountains. 'Twas first a look Messrs. C. I Hood ant, April 15, by Rev. Rice Roman at time remove his family to Indiana. &Co., of Sarsaparilla fame, must Ing upward to awe Inspiring heights which place tbe interment took place. have been at a gnat feast and taken then anon to slowly climb round and Economical housewives will be Interested in the many Another good man Is gone and he everything- home with them. Thev ronnd till you grew dizzy from looknew ideas and reasonable prices being shown in the Items will be greatly missed, and his place are nslng a bright selection of qualut ing down upon waterfalls and lakes. I would spare yen the dreary, dushard to fill. He leaves a wile and old sayings and ptoverbs as, the star that are necessities in the home. It's only a matter of ty alkali deserts of Utah, white in the three children to mourn tbelr loss. ters tn a series ol clever advertise coming to us for any oi these items, if you desire to make ments, wnereln tne proverbs are sunlight like foaming lakes. May the God that he loved and wor neatly turned and paraphrased to fit tbe least outlay ,brlng the fullest returns. Window Shades, I have written enough except to shipped protect them it our prayer. the subject matter. The public like wish the Republican success, its Lace Curtains, Curtain Poles, Sheetings end Mattings. this breezy advertising, as It reminds editors happiness, and Its readers A Friend. ol other proverbs and opens up dis- everything good for them. Agsln, Tbe Scioto's last trip was one of its cussion. hurrah lor our candidate for Repremost successful and profitable. It sentative, Richard C. Jarnagln. brought a very large cargo of frelgt FRIENDSHIP CHURCH, KY. Jobn C. Barnard, Co. I 21st Infantry, to Hartford. There is no question April Farmers are very busy Enroute to Manila, P. I. now as to the success of the enter at worie preparing lor. a crop. You naturally think of new Spring Suits. Bright ana- -. prise. The busluess men of HartSome talk of measles, but no cases ford and the country adjacent to In this neighborhood yet. shiny days and good clothes groove in hanJsomely toRough river should stand unwavMiss Effie Ralph, of this place, gether. You never feel just right In the suit that's left An active mind, suffering from all out of 'whack.' I was nervous I use it occasionally now when I am spent Saturday night and uneasy all tbe time, and was tired, and always with good results." eringly by the company. The Boat er, Mrs. Bettie Ralph, with her moth overexertion, worry, trouble or the over It's just a little ofi color for style, and a little tbe near Magsn, has been a great factor in bring a Sam McKklvv, Denton, Texas. cares of business, demands from the about as miserable as a man could be. worse for wear. If you'll note the prices we ask you tor Mrs. children stave factory a tyllng factory and an aptut Laura Edwards and Eld, body a greater amount of Inel for the Work became a dread to me. My Monday alteruoon at R. J, our good clothing, you'll not hesitate. Three styles we "I can heartily recommend Dr. extensive saw mill to Hartford Lend Brandon's. vital fires than the digestive organism stomach was in bad shape; it pained Scioto a helping hand. quote you three winners. You'll find just what pleases Mrs. Viola Westerfield and little can supply. It requires a certain me severely and I was unable to re- Miles' Nervine, for it cured me of a the .Ann you. It will be handsomely tailored, too, la that stylish, Quite a number of inquires have girls, Leafie and Elsie, and Miss Otle OF COD-LJVE- R operate tbe tain food. Dr. Miles' Restorative serious nervous trouble. After doc-- , amount of vital force to OIL WITH Ralph visited Mrs. Nannie Farmer Ijuman machine, and when all the Nervine was recommended me by one torlng with physicians for several been made as to tbe per capita ior Monday. uptosdate manner. 'Twill be a suit that will set the pace HYPOPHOSPHITES Tbe proavailable supply of force is absorbed of our merchants who was cured by months and getting no help, through the next school year. plump values each, at the price, $8, $10 and fia. Don't Mr. Theodore Roach spent Sunday by the overworked brain there Is noth-le- g Its use, and after taking a few bottles the kindness ol a friend I began using rata has not yet been made out and afternoon at Mr. G. Westerfield's. should always ba kept In fall to see us. gained four Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine with possibly will not be before July 1. left for the stomach. It la easy I was a different man. I Mr. Asa Crowley spent Sunday foil? house for now to understand why irritability pounds the first ten days. I sleep wonderful results. My stomach won This can not be determined until the afternoon at W. W. Royal's. lowing a top; I have a good appetite; my so weak I could not eat any solid census reports from the several coun Born, to the wile of Alfred Buckby and dyspepsia have become almost like , Because, If any member synonymous; whys nervous person Is stomach is in good shape and nothing food, but soon after taking the Ner- ties of the State are returned to the the 18th, a 14 pound boy. Dr. McCar-ty- FUtST ol Fordsvllle, attending physician. of the family has a hard cold, It W. W. Cox. distresses me." vine I began to gain rapidly in flesh. State Supt, and he knows bow much usually so very particular and capriMarshall, Minn. Miss Nettle Luallen visited her will cure It. At the end of six months I could eat money will be due the school fund, cious about food. It is an almost unx mother Sunday. Because, l( theTchll SECOND a long time I was a great suf- any thing and was well and strong," The census reports are not da? at no marked progress disputed fact that "For Services at thechurch every I.otds dren are delicate and sickly, It will 1, Mrs. E. II. Proctor; Frankfort until June It Is to be day night, have bible class and par. can be made toward the ultimate cure ferer from indigestion and extreme make them strong and well. Tllton, N. II. hoped that the per capita lor each pu take ot the Lord a Supper. of any disease until the mind is put nervousness, brought on by the ex pll child will be at least 2.50. C, Royal and family visited THIRD Because, If the father or conditlou cesslve use of tobacco. I was irriIritd) that calm, Mr. I. serene mother Is losing flesh and becomhis father, H. V. Royal, Sunday, SamploTroatment Froo. which is natural to people In full table and restless, and nothing that Dorby Day, ing ihln,and emaciated, It will build Eld, Robt. P. Brandon filled bis ap. A trial package oi Dr. Miles' favors and vigor. Dr. Miles' 1 ate seemed to agree with me bodjly health them up and give them flesh and point at the Narrowsthe 3rd Lord's treatment, consisting ol Dr. Miles' The .Illinois Central R. R. from day. He will also preach Nervine nuts the mind in. just that When I would retire at night I would ite Is absolutely necessary to the young man or younsr wowaa who would wl strength. at Antloch success In life. This being conceded, it Is of first Importance to get your condition, It is a brain and nerve roll and toss and it would be hours Restorative Nervine, Dr. Miles' Autl. Beaver'Dam for train 232, 5 a, tu., on the 4th Lerdsday and Saturday night .Beaause Jt It the mining at ine scnooi mai nanus ib me very irost rans, ' ' FOURTH ' food and tonic whose Important ele- before I could get any sleep In the Pain Pills and Dr. Miles' Nerve and May 4th, to Louis rille and 'return lor before the 4th LowTsday. standard remedy In alt, throat1 and' $2.00 limited to return 8:15 a, m., on " ' Bry&nt & St JSadness College, Died at the borne ol bar son, Ellsha ments, acting upon the body and morning when I awoke I felt more Liver Fills .will be sent absolutely May 5th. . . king affections.' . Griffith, April 17th, ,M;. Kllea Nor-rl' usiad with equal force, possesses res tired and wornout than when I retired. free, ol cost o any person who will LOOMVIIXK, UEMTCCUT. Clarka stakes, May 11. No' household should be without It. She had bee slsk nearly all ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a special let la rniTrkable efficiency in nervous diss Nothing that I took seemed, to help send name and address ou a postal Oakea stakes, May so. winter. Her remain were interred In It oan be taken In summer a wH SHORTHAND. bli line. Graduates ol this college preferred by bual. me until I started with Dr. Miles' Ner card, requesting the samples, and orders. j ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tes Same rates apply on these days, Suear Grove burying icreaad. We as In whiter. TELEGRAPHY, dyspepI used several bottles of it, and mefltioaing name of this paper to Dr. May nth and 20th. vine. extend condolence to the bereaved 'My trouble was nervous timonials from graduate occupying prominent positions all over the toe mJ Si4m ell dragilsu. soorra. aowNE, ouauu, tu Yk. w, I'rhd 1.0NO, Agent. relatives and friends. 28 Beatrice, United States It will be mailed to you I'RHU. sia, and for a number ol years I was obtained relief from tbe very start. Miles' Medical Co., Elkhart Ind. ? Constantly Flowing Toward FAIR & Ihe GO'S, the Leading Dry Goods of House of Hartford, Where people can purchase undisturbed, knowing that thoy aro in a reliable house. SUPREME in Price Concessions as well as supreme in styles. Our customers always rely on getting better value here for their money than elsewhere. Wo aro selling merchandise that everybody wants at prices satisfactory to all and customers are con tented. JUST A HINT suggestive of the many Bargains wo offer you: A Great Trade Torrent "Every Path Hath a Puddle tt ga)iMiiftMiM 1 MB M U BHS I ...... ... ... 7c 1 1 6c ... 8c JfbotU eauabml hpmM'immmr i2ctoi5c .tacto por-tie- rs .... quallty-MoleakI- n e Hartford Republican. 7c Attention, Young Men ! . half-pric- e. Very truly yours, A Word to the Ladies ! T- - IE- 2z If Hartford, Kentucky. nmamwi .Fogae Co., e NEEDS MUST BE MET. Hartford Temple of Fashion, FAIR CO.. PROPIETORS. - Farmer's Attention nt Wc have on hand the Horse Shoe Brands Fertilizers for Corn, which are guaranteed to be pure animal Phosphate and Bone and beyond dispute the best on the market. Also the "Homestead" for Tobacco. This is the year for tobacco, and the Homestead has never been turned down. Premiums will be offered. 20,000 Pounds of Wool Wanted. Best prices paid. All country produce taken at railroad prices. Come to see us. STEAMING INTO PORL Post-offic- . J2c Hooker 6j Co. Economical Housewives. DYSPEPSIA. Nervous Dyspepsia Caused me Great .Distress for a Number of Years. Cured by DR. MILES' NERYINE. a. WHEN IT'S SPRING SCOTHS EMULSION the reasons:' the CARSON & GO. P Hartford, Ky. .ss fmttKEm&d A Business gGfa&ticm She ration -- , a, BOOK-KEEPIN- G, J ( Ll...t. ., . r . . .r. .....', .... v - tea -1, iir- rrrii- - irmi'tom CO n mhnnii ritf- j'-nnii jatitf&M- - i.iiJriiWniiiiii h'mt ,,w" f 'iiUflhi-iirtiiTir- ' "" , r rr-r- i' Wmm . . J "V - ' .P iip,i,'"liPVipPu.i TW1CE-A-WEEK1 II DON'T DESPAIR! An American Scientist's Great Work. ' Consumption, Pneumonia, La Grippe, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and All Lung and Bronchial Troubles Can bo Positively and Permanently Cured. ir. Slecum's sl A System of Treatment lias Revolutionized All Old-Ti- Theories. Tree Cmtm of TreatmMt far Sufferers for ths Mere Aiding. All Pulmonary and Waattnt Dtaeaaea. Not guesswork, but science. Not a step backward, but a stride out of the old ruts. Made possible only by Pasteur's, Virchow's, MetchnikofTs and Slocum's latest discoveries in bacteriology, hygiene and therapeutics. In plain English, a system of modern scientific disease curing. The System consists of Four Preparations which act simultaneously and supplement each other's curative action. You are invited to test what this system will do for you, il you are sick, by writing for a free treatment to the Sloeum Laboratories, New York City, WRITE TO THE DOCTOR. Send your name and full express and Dosloffice address to the Sloeum Labor atories, oS Pine street. New York, and discoveries of mention this paper, and tne four free so by the that man whose name has been given Preparations of medicine will be forwarded you. to this new system of treatment. Now known to be preventable and The system is a positive cure for con curable by following and practising his sumption, that most insidious disease, hygienic teachings. and for all lung troubles and disorders The new system of treatment will cure complicated by loss of flesh, Coughs, you ol consumption and of all diseases Latarrli, Asthma, lironchitis, etc which can be traced back to weak lungs Thin. Dale, weak oeoDle becomt fat j a foundation. It is not a drug system, but a system and hearty by its use. 4 The test is to try it. at etna distraction and body building. of tnnt Coaaamptton, Catarrh and Do you cough? Do your lungs piin you? It your throat sore and inflamed? Do you spit up phlegm? Does your head ache? Is your appetite bad? Are your lungs delicate? Are you losing flesh? Are you pale and thin? Do you lack stamina? These symptoms are proof that you have in your body the seeds of the most dangerous malady that has ever devastated the earth consumption. Consumption, the bane of those who have been brought up in the beliefs that this disease was hereditary, that it was fatal, that none could recover who were once firmly clasped in its relentless grip. But now known to be curable, made world-stirrin- g SCENE XN THE SZOCD3I LABORATORIES, NEW YORK CITY. The Vector Demoaatratlat to Medical Hen, Scitntlat; Stateamen and Student the Viae of the JVVtr Sloeum Sytttm of Treatment for the Permanent Cart .,... I r One Grado Only -- t A Whoel with a ol objecting, he approved the plans and wrote that he would bear the ens tire cost of the additions if the city FRIDAY, APRIL a8. gives the necessary ground. His oOer will be accepted, and work will start Los80rt8 for Women by Dewey at once. The present building cost Mr. CarHo Called on One Who Had negie $800,000. In his letter he states that provision must be made for the Been Snubbed. future, as fntther additions will be The Oriental Hotel at Manila has necessary tn ten years. Counting the long been the favorite abiding place last donation, Mr. Carnegie has given of the wives ol army and navy officers over $5,000,000 for libraries, etc., in stationed there. Naturally they have Allegheny county. Pittsburg tele"sett," in gram to the Chicago Chronicle. their little, their eyes the cream of aristocracy. Spain's Greatest Nood. This set has a rigid outside ; it does not Include any woman of less aristo Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, cratic position than theirs, any one Spain, spends his winters at Atken, whose money is the resnlt of her own honorable labors. There was one of S. C Weak nerves had caused sethe latter class ol women staying at vere pains in the back of his head, the Oriental Hotel during the months On using Electric Bitters, America's greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy.all of the war excitement, a Miss Thomp who was the correspondent ol a pains soon left him. He says this son, syndicate ol American newspapers. grand medicine Is what his country She was a woman ol ability. She did needs. All America knows that it her work well and won the respect cures liver and kidney trouble, puriand esteem ol every one who knew fies the blood, tones up the stomach, her; she was universally llked,except strengthens the nerves, puts vim, by the officers' wives, who could not vigor and new life into every muscle, condescend to knot; her. They made nerve and organ of the body. If their attitude pronounced ; they drew weak, tired or ailing yon need it. the social line, on whose safe Inside Every bottle guaranteed, only 50 they congratulated thtmselves upon cents. Sold by J. II. Willlams.Drug gist. being. Miss Thompson had an unexpected Tompora Mutantur. visitor one day. Admiral Dewey sent up his card. He paid a long call. He "Scylla and Charybdis," said his and Miss Thompson lound mnch that friend, "were the two dangerous was interesting to talk about. In the rocks so often mentioned in ancient enjoyment of their talk they were ap literature. patently oblivious that the rest of the "I know," replied the congressOriental Hotel had gone mad. The man. "Ifwe had them over here world had quite come to an end in the they'd be mentioned in every river teapot district, with its and harbor bill." Puck. ideas ol the fitness ol things. The Admiral had called on a worklngwo-ma- n. Tba Beat Prescription lor Cbllle They were made to appear in and Fever is a bottle of Orovt'a Tast-les- s Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; the wrong. Perhaps it is better to draw a veil over the subsequent wail- then why experiment with worthless ing and gnashing of teeth, the tears imitations? Price, 50c. and rage ol the would-b- e leaders of Oufe.JBrpOXm.XuaL. Manila society. But Dewey was characteristically relentless. He rubbed in the lesson he had given. He asked Miss Thompson if he might lunch no CCKE-X- O PAT. with her the next day, and again the That is the way all druggists sell whole Oriental Hotel knew it, and was aflame. The woman who had Grove's Tasteless Ciiiix Tonic for Malaria. Chills and Fever. It is simp, been humllluted by the pettiness of ly iron and quinine in a tasteless petty people was honored by a great lotrn. Children love Adults prefer It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, man. And no one can doubt that tf the iron commander, with the 50c. eye ol an eagle, the brain of lightning and the will ol steel, there exists the I very tender heart of a gentleman ol For Infants and Childran. the old school, San Francisco Thi Kind Yen Hare Always Bought I s Hartford Republican.. Kentucky's War Monument. S The First to be Erected to the Memory of Union and Con- fedorato soldiers Jointly The first monument erected in the United States to the memory of Union and Confederate soldiers jointly will be formally dedicated on the 3d ol May. It is the work of the State of Kentucky, a magnificent shaft, towering above the forest on the battlefield of Chlckamauga. The inscription is peculiarly fitting: ERECTED BY THE STATE OF KENTUCKY IN HON- OR OF HER SONS WHO ! FOUGHT AND FELL ON . THIS FIELD. As we nre united in Hfe.and they united in death, let one monument perpetuate thei deeds, and one people, forget- ful of all asperities, forever hold in grateful remembrance ( . all the glories of that terrible ' conflict which made all men ' free and retained every star on the nation's flag. IS ents. CASTORIA T.. Qwonsboro Mnger v m OpnHn.Morphiru! mm For Infanta and Children. tilt The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of (TWICEA.WHRK EDITION) tmf.T WOODflUN, r.illlor, S Wilt be sent to any address until the Democratic State Convention for Wilt keep you posted upon all phases of the Governor's race and State cam palgn. lively every issuet Address, enclosing 15 cents In stamps or coin. ONLY 15 CENTS. Arc6tali!cFrcpa'ratioJifor Assimilating UicTood andltcCula-lin- g the Stomachs ondUoYrcls of ' ' ' THE MESSEGER, 41 Owensboro, Ky. ' ! flromote3T3igcsUon,Checful-ncs- s and RcstCon W ns ndtter nor Mineral. WOT NAHC OTIC. jattreua-svojunteJT-- vti. a AXir The The Corn That Aches 4iir can fe rmoT4 by . lfl. N potaoa. All 4niff flats Mil II or m.H ttw AC imci A.JUU.SJM-Ami- H AW SIAKT CHEMICAL O0H MO Chmrrr - ri.II. aeairaiaf meeAe0a, c.ua oy . . ySre.r SHijnS7tmn ItrMtf IU resaaTw etaaej ' '. jx jf s wt.UI.ar .! llv. N rklllla,y UkM eatvtXi. ft tTsvi. AGB Ancftcl Remedy jVormsonvulsions.Fcvcrish-ucsTac Simile Srgnalurs: of Kind You Have Us., sarlSM ta. fclrai. ra. la.1 tori autaiiif NOfV-lsAqlrae- txz ke Ce, 'Hinvx i it be-hi- Bui-leti- CASTOR A m&& am.. S I THE HIGHEST. NlAl ALL KINDS OF GAS LAMPS, OIL LAMPS, BELL8, L0CK8, OILS AND ANYTHING NEEDED FOR CYCLING. GrOOcSL A Frightful Blunder Reputation. 4Cj BICiOO? Itttttfr-- t ..i-W""WTHE BEST FOR o DESCRIPTION OF ALL KINDS OF SUNDRIES. FULL WRITE FOR SUNDRY CATALOGUE GIVING frto &ffi"i"fftirirf'rft $35. tit WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET OF i fiyp Manufacturer AND JOBBER i SECOND-HAN- D BICYCLES. "WILL IT INTEREST YOU. IN THE PRICE BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES 632 i:: fdeat to w-M.m m GREAT BARGAINS IN s W-&-- j FOURTH AVE., Louisville, KY. SecondHand Bicycles. :: $to$i. Iroquois Bicycles 8IC.75 I mmw far u VseAH VtVWSgf. to fcslll, .nt wa ht bouU taur plant t4 hrtX ! fliWtl tO lb dsllar. With it wt ol ijO Modal 1 Irocw.. B cjcJm, anlabtxl u4 compltla. Made tO SellfltSOO. . rttM our builDM. bkt o&4lud4 ta tU Urn tU at laat what ttcr lUnd) vt and nak lha MarvfUiia offer of If 4al BiCYCLE.tiio.H-.i- u tMUTwwk.!, ara smelly f tntui arar ywher for Uantjr tad rood t)tlitr 11 TC P D I DTn U " I u too wall k&owa U and ULOUnir I UI1 .UUUMldMerlpUoa. tUMlbv Ifc la.MwJfM iBMnclmDmradlWO-DlMtiuk. dtiukiUl inwUli arris atamm barral huU tad hUftr , lit is drop, An til cuckal and anant) j colon, blwk. maroon tnd couh cini Otnti fraBH,23,SlkAdtB,Udt'nu 1 tqmpment ihronihoiit. Oar ttdtiriM4blh-frarlllcai Catrtrnte wiU hcrtU. jjirm v 40 fu r.... Iroquois Model 3 Brtu. IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED iallj tti SSffSK Iroquois u.j t . tnt"IUord,niB tmr fUaaad-kaa- J it a . t7","'iCt WC U1UC & nVCi tviry hints tha raranl ua. u tktctf a, ftyun Kselatlt Ulejcla liana la tba W afij aad ETC 11.U .4 DllIlLLO WkaalalltS10.Wawast3n.1tASiXl.3aZX'a yu. titir iu pltU Im Uf tOMnti diuosjolfof Tail cub ia fall with rdr a eCttlladaU at wa wv flav Will often cause a horrible Burn, Scald, Cut, or Bruises. Bucklen's Plains of Abraham. Arnica Salve the best in the world, will kill the pain promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Wolfe's Battloflold to Bo Cut Bolls, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erups Up Into Building Lot9. tlons. Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Recent dispatches indicate that the Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. Plains of Abraham, one of the most noted historic battlefields on this conA Boy Is a BoyEvorywhero. tinent, have been surveyed for build A boy is a boy the world over, and ing lots. This is the battle ground on that is all yeu can make ol him. which Wolfe fell at the close of his Writing from Manila one of the Iola victory over the French under Montsoldiers thus describes a little Filipino calm at the gates of Quebec in 1759. whose parents live near the Kansas The site has since been sacred in the eyes of North American historians, headquarters: "His mother sells fruit and I think and the remarkable information that his big brother drives one of the goat nine streets have been mapped out on carriages and attends to the horses the historic ground for suburban imHe is a bright little fellow. Of course provement will excite surprise. It appears that until a year ago the he spends most of his time with the soldiers, and can give all the com Dominion of Canada had paid a nommands, and go through the gun man inal rental of $100 a year to preserve ual with a stick, also the silent gun the battlefield from encroachments. manual, without commands, and also The date of the last contract has exthe sword manual. He can give all pired, and as the principal owners ol the commands for marching and exe the ground refuse to make a new arcute them, and can sing all the bugle rangement on sentimental grounds, calls and the Star Spangled Banner, there seems a likelihood that the hisThis Is what they play at retreat in torical plains will soon become a the evening, and he will pretend to closely settled suburb of Quebec. All bring a company ont and have them the historical associations of Canada stand at attention while he sings the have declared against what they term tune, and then he dismisses them. a desecration, but up to date there has All the natives here, especially the been no coherent plan broached for children, are very apt at learning preserving the battlefield as it stands. tunes, and they all whistle and sing The proposition to buy it outright and all the tunes that the different bands convert it into a national park is ap. play here. That is one thing that re- proved, but it is doubtful if the necesminds us that we are not in another sary expenditures could be carried - Beans tha Signature of The time for the dedication ol such a monument at the close of a foreign war, which has wiped out nil sectional lines, is most appropriate. Kentucky had seventeen Union and nine Confederate organizations In the battle of Chlckamauga. The Union Kentucklans were in thirteen regiments of infantry and four of cavalry. The Confederate Kentucklans comprised five regiments of infantry, two of cavalry and two batteries. This monument stands where the 4th Kentucky of the Confederate army met and fought the 15th Kentucky of the Union army. The site Is on the Lafayette road, north of the Kelly field, for possession of which the fighting went on stubbornly most ol two days. Gov. Bradley will participate In the ceremonies of dedication. He has commissioned seventy-fiv- e Colonels, who will accompany him as his stafl and will wear the uniform ol the rank. A very large number of Kentucklans will go without Colonels' commissions and uniforms. The ceremonies will be under the direction of the Kentucky battlefield commission. The monnment will be formally turned over to tbe State of Kentucky. Gov. Bradley will receive it and will transfer It to the United States Government. The transfer will be acknowledged by Gen. II. V.Boyn-to- n on behalf of the Chlckamauga commission. At the beginning of the ceremonies the band will play "My Old Kentucky Home," and at the conclusion "The Star Spangled Banner." W. B. S., in St. Louis Globe-Democra- andLoss or Sixer TTEW 'YORK. ll.Btl.t.BnL.U aeraaM.a'l. rar., at caaaea, tuaaej .. raraaasaw aw.... aaMnal, I llu Always Bought. ATTORNEY-A- &. Oa. 3ELOt3r, T- EXACT COPT Of WHAFPCB. CASTORIA ' Tmi UKNTCCKT. Will practico bis profeasloa in all the courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. (Special aU tention givtn to collection. Office next door to Tost Office J. EDWIN BOWS. H. I.. FKUX. - rORflMVIa.a.E, LA W. Ilie tmMn iM.f, alWNN trrf. Rowe & Felix, ZLs-w-er HENRY FIELD & SON ARK RUNN1N0 A- - TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Ptompt attention given to all business en. trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. s ' SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at Law, A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. pas- ruptcy. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES M. L. HEAVRIN, GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. HAXTFORD, KY. Will practice his ptofesslon in all the couttaol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank- Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will have especial attention. Feed stable. They also keep a first- - class Livery and Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Coutt of Appeals. Special atten. tlon given to collections. Kttorneyat Law KY. HARTFORD, J. S. R. Wedding, (NOTARY PU1ILIC) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, FISU7 Tll titfp 0K, f ropVs. Hood'm PMm Are prepared from Nature's mild laxatives, and while Reritle are reliable and efficient. They -- eJNl Sv& O Ram BUNDJ fAJ rt sv !L rpA rtll U "MsIWrav,.." We come In haste, not so much on ac count of a pressing engagement frith you as from the fact that we had no cow catcher on behind. Now that we ate here let us remind you of the fact HARTFORD,- - - KENTUCKY. Will practice his profession in all ie courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to alt busluess entrust-t- o his care. Office in Republican building. Rouse the Lives Cure Sick Headache, Biliousness, Soura Stomach, and Constipation. Sold everywhere, 25c. per box. I'repuedby It Co,LoweU,Mjj. M Attorney at Law BrUvsB Dam, Ky. J. E. Perry Westerfiotd, - LU HI feEfi" 'VUaaeANP, r - - that PrS&1.3 - v Lazy Liver IfoundCASOARETStobeallTouclelm 10riBem.ua secured eucb relief tbe Erit IrUI, that I purchased another supply sod wss eom pleleljr cured I shell onljrM loo to recommend Csscareta n heoeTer the opportunity Is presented." J. A Swrtu, vrai nusque nanna ATe., fa. CANDY a " ua.v uvea mhleb produces eontupa-Hodnrun a torpid llrer, iroaoiea areai aeai. He buys In large quantities and in that way can get tbe very lowest ptice, We do not want to make it all and we ate willing to divide with you. We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, etc., THEO. E. RECHTIN. Ky., Has on band at the present time, the best assortment of lumbers thatcan be Will practice bis profession la Ohio found anywhere While we think of and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted it, let us give you a few pointers on to his care. Office with County AtIlABTrOKD, THEO. E. RECHTIN Attbrno' at Law, Davidson, torney. For the next 30 days we will make a specialty low price on entire house pattern. tention given to collections, settle meot ot decedent's estates, road cases and criminal practico. Office up Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor. 7th & Ingle, Iivansville, Ind. tairs next door to Griffin'sdnig store. A K' tit for I lie Keel I'atrnt Flaatera. Bend for Calalezae. KY. Will practice his profeaiion in all the Courts of Kontuctty. Special at- 33. H. 3STE3&XL., Attorney at JC&w. HARTFORD, THEOMm - E3. 3FLE.OIITirJr, PlMBant, PaUtabl. J'otcnt, Tattt Good. Do Oood, NTr Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, 10c, 3S, Ue. pKliB 'u 'JEM v ... w Utm4f frnftrnj, -- CURE CONSTIPATION. CfcU-- f, Mwtrtl, I ... Tt. V .MF lUblU iRPiiiil Attorney at law HARTFORD, given to col abstracts, Ac. also Notary Publio for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, KY. fa SPECIAL attention making w awramw fMAVLft.,li?1 CURZDwlth Kmnedles. b CUMBTobtVOCO Husdradt aisa4 blirela rv. aipiatt aonpujr Wu taatoaiara , w, y-- aad ara at srywbora world Bt(tcUr ralUbiat U4 aah for watk cka ratar U My bask r btuiaaaa bauaa la wbmU ' MEAD OYOLE OO., Chicago, III. 1M'J?i Union Depot, NeTenili xzz-n- s rf5efllI; & J&tA LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Louisville to St. Louis & West. St. Louis to Louis llle No. 41. No. 45. No. 44. Leave Louisville 7:45a m 8:35p m Iave St Louis 7:56a ta " Owensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon " Henderspn :M5p m 12:55a m 11 Evansvllle 2:2op m " Evansvllle 1:15am ' Henderson 2:46pm 1:25am " Mt.Vernon, 111 " Owensboro 3:44pm Arrive St Louis 7:32p m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7M5P m it rrrres, i.:.nca lller. ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, 333 Fonrlb Ave. let, 1009. & East. No, 46, 8:55P m 2:45a m 3:10a m 7:30a m 4:00am s.o"ot:ovxs.x.e Leave Louisville . Hawesvllle. " Owensboro. " Henderson. Arrive Evansvllle Leave Evansvllle " Henderson " Owensboro No. 41 . 7:45a m 1043a m 11:40a tu to :2:45pm BVJkATO'VZZ.Z.aS. No. 43 4!5op ta 8:o4p m 9:o5p m io:4op m Z.OTXS V XX.X.3S. No. 44 auop m a:46p m 3U4P m 4:4op m 7M5P m i;i5pm io:iop m No. 45 8:35p m n:o8p m i2:58p m 12:55a m 1:25am No. 46 " Hawesvllle. Arrive Louisville All lrlm ran IhronKh mam Nleepera on tf m 7:30am eolld ! Care and Poll. all Iralue lo Kvauevllle and 81. Lonla. MHUiker 41 aad ta eonnees al Irvlncton lor fordavllle llardluebnra-dally- . .... .... .....9:13am . . .... wasp Evaueelllr. Tliraufb I'erler No. 42 6:50a m 7:15a m 8:15a m 3:45am 3:10am 4:00a m 4:50a m through parliament. Coming as it did before the AmeriTake Laxative Brorao Quinine Tab. can revolution the victory of Wolle at ltts. All druggists refund money if Quebec and the associations of his It falls to cure. 25c The genuine has historic battlefield are of interest to L. B. Q. on each tablet. tf the people of the United States who Anothor Gift From Carneglo. annually visit the spot in'great numbers. Although the Plain of AbraA communication from Mr. Andrew ham, which are an elevated plateau Carnegie, In which he agrees to do about two miles from Quebec proper, nate $1,750,000 for the erection of an are embellished with a monument to addition to the, Carnegie library build Wolfe, the remains of the grest gen. ing, to be two and a half times the eraljare buried in the parish churchx size of the present structure, was read yard of Greenwich, England. The at the annual meeting of the Board of British government erected a monuTrustees of the Carnegie free libraries ment to his memory in Westminster recently. Abbey, but the monument that still The communication was the renult stands on the Plains of Abraham is of Mr. Carnegie's visit to Pittsburg the one that attracts pilgrims from all last November, He then learned that parts of the world, the public attendance at the libraries, with Cueatflt. art galleries, museum and music hall Kdntale Trier Slewedconiilpttloa tonitt, Candy Citktrtle, cure was away beyond expectations and 100.860. If 0. 0.0, fall, druggau refund money. that more room was needed. Tbe Eaale, Klna- - ol All Blrte, Mr. Carnegie immediately gave oris noted for its keen slebt. clear and ders to draw plans for the additions. distinct vision. So ate those persons These provided for an expenditure of who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes any about $,750,000. It was thought kind or granulated lids. Sold or all by Mr. Carnegie might object to dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. that such a large outlay of money, Instead Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf world." CURE A VOLD III OKI OAT caIIm! hoiMfltMe. y stlrut all symptoms rumor-M- l. Testimonial t end TEW P ATS treatment free. PR. H. B. GREZB'S SOUS. Uoi K. Atlanta, Us. Hsreeured DROPSY many thousand Iscaee tea ee,Uble Attorney at jaw Ky. IlAItTFOUD, It E. LSESIMMERMAN, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Offi with T .T Hmlih & Co., Market Street. Tk "mTI WWmBumSSSm9liaWii ill 'la .. ,W, fM Attorney at Law, Will nrarttcA hla nrnfnaalnn In the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Habtford, Ky. Wmi It mMmm Stands Alone orim-prope- Attorney 'A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania, r 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-theoccasionally. I do all I can toward recommending o. 3we. on perfection of laundry work when your shirt Is laundered by lit, just as our laundry stands alone for excellence of work turned out. Your linen isn't r injured here from chemicals handling, Oaly skilled assist ants are employed, and you can't beat it for beauty of color and perfection of polish, Richmond Steam Laundry Clevs Her, Will nrnMfoA tits nrnlAaatnn In all f na courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Publio. HARTFORD, atKY.Law, , i -- Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. L Amm 1 OS) UlmjM) It,. flTiMttt spraea Goer ast. Ma. IScartoai VumTiUw faevus aiar alas pa kea U STMer m itjl. pusrt essulalu t taweiros Tisnaa la a sap ir.. ram .IT. cm Tkl. dHjmJ Kit. 1. 1.t.d apt. rfofstWelSMie k. il. u mm. iiom. ranVs aa4 br mall br amSTTt i. . eaaMrSSIaa York-- or a aaU tudm .111 faserel aterskeapsfs, a.w. steals aaa al Ueaae atone .4eaVs mZmeZ Ia MiyUae fa fortr-ahf- t .artea (wnesat.,1 . .Ua,) IlAirrroHD, Ky. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Court House. Attorney at J,aw 1" wl X HI LA GREQLE" HAIR RESTORER A For best results advertise in THE REPUBLICAN. I 1 If your Merchant. doean't handle, send (1.00 to ua and - get ono bottle.-o-r SO 00 and rat six bottles. t to any port u, B. or Canada. unsnui VAN VLEET - MANSFIELD DMII CO.. PerfKt Hair Ortuina and Rtitartr. rBriu I Sle Prssrlstart, MEMPHIS. TENN. wm'JSABXMm' ijftaMm.awjumi' J '. TiMii aiMiai itin rrMmMMiii ihmmiiihi - ..i.., in in mjimii - . - JJL.-- JaSsaa j it n