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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899050501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. K- - ' u The Republican and Louisville Commercial, I year,$t.25. I year, ft. 15. The Republican and the Courier-JournaThe Republican and the Toledo (O ) Blade, t year, $1,35. The Republican and Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, $1 25. I year, 11,50. The Republican and the l, Globe-Democra- The HaetdbI Republican. OFFICIAL OBSAK OF THE PASTT IX The Republican is the best Advertising medium in this partof the country. Fino Job Work Done on Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customers Guaranteed. j Fine Job Work a Specialty. Till fOUBiaCQH6E.55IOM DISTRICT, Subscription $1 a year. No. 41. VOL. XI. INCREASED. Good Proof That Labor Is Sharing: in tho Gonoral Pa., an advance of 10 per cent, to all employes not under the amalgamated scale. The Barker Chain and Wagon Manufacturing Company, of Allegheny, Pa., advances olio and 15 percent to 300 men. The Maryland Steel Company, of Sparrow's Point , Md., has announced a 10 per cent Increase to all employes. The Pennsylvania Bolt and Nut Work and theUbanon Rolling Mills, Lebanon, Pa., give a 10 per cent, increase. Every cotton mill in the Blackstone valley from Woonsocket to ProvJ dence, R. I , will restore the 10 per cent, cut of A year ago. " About 7,000 persons arc benefited. The Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass , is to restore the wage schedule of its 5,000 employes to that of a year ago. The employes ol the Carbon Limestone Company, in Lawrence county, Pa., get an increase of about 10 per cent. The Willlamsport (Pa ) Nail Works is to give a 10 per cent advance. The Cblcopee (Mass.) Manufacturing Co. Increased wages April 3; so will the cotton mills at Lawrence, Mass.; the Amoskeag, Stark and Atnory mills, Manchester, N. II.; the Farnnmsville (Mass ) Co., the Nashua and Jackson mills, Nashua, N. H,; the Berkshire Mills, Adams, Mass.; the Atlantic Mills, Lawrence, Mass.; the Social, Nouree and Clinton Mills, Woonsocket, R. L; the PlttsfieldfN. II.) Mills; theCorporation.Ameshurg, Mass.; the Wllliamstown (Mass.) Manufacturing Co., the Greolock Mills, North Adams, Mass.; the China, k, Pembroke and Webster Mills, Sun-coo- HARTFOUD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1899. workmen will receive $125,000 more a year. The increase at the Washburn & Moem plant, Wankegan, 111., amounts to 5 per cent, ori job work and irom 5 to 10 per cent, on day' wsges. The Corr Manufacturing Company, Taunton, Mass., will restore wages at the tlmethe Fall River mills resume the old schedule. The Portage Iron Works, Duncans vllle, Pa , has increased wages 25 cents a ton ior puddlers and to per cent, for all others, affecting 500. The Dunbar (Pa ) Fnrnace Company has granted an Increase of about 5 per cent The Q. and C. Company, Chicago, 111., has advanced the wages of all employes an amount equaling 10 per cent. The New Bedford, Mass., mill treasurers have voted to advance wages to the 1897 schedule, an increase of $9,000 per week to New Bedford operatives. The 400 operatives in the Fishdale Mills at Worcester, Mass., get an increase of per cent. The wages of the 300 employes of the Crescent Tin Plate Mill, at Cleveland, O., have been advanced from 5 to 10 per cent. At Manchester, N. II., there has been an advance of between 8 and 10 per cent, at the Hoyt shoe shop, one of the largest shoe factories In the State. At Pottstown, Pa., the Warwick Iron Company has granted a 10 per ' cent increase. The Syracuse (N. Y.) Tube Company, which employs 300 workmen, has advanced all employes 10 per THE PRAYER OF A CHINAMAN and Mrs. Tordan did not know that the man who entered was not her husband. Her husband, ahe said had insplrod by tho First Sight of entered the room and then alipped out, admitting his friend. The act was res a Bloyolo. peated Baptist missionary once Bent home an account of a prayer offered by Wang Cheng Sui on the occasion of the visit of two Americans who were on a tour around the world on bicycles. After the bicyclists had ridden to the mission station Wang prayed: We thank Thee, our Heavenly Father, that our eyes have this day seen the real pattern of the 'self golug 0ajt4.qf.the ancients. What mysterious wisdom Thlnel How willing Thon are to impart knowledge to men I But onr sins hinder Thy revelations. How stupid have we become through serving satan so long I Many years for the have we lived, and yet first time have we seen this marvel of Thy skill, which has enabled Thy servants'' in the west to understand. Forgive onr sins, restore us to Thy favor. Communicate to us, also, Thy mysteries and let us share In the wonderful inventions by which thou dost make Thy name, glorious amongst those who serve Thee. Let us be intrusted with Thy secrets, and possess the power of the ancients; so will all onr countrymen come to know that we have found the right path and are servants of the trne God." The missionary thinks it very likely that such a prayer will provoke a smile but he I bids us believe that Wang was in red hot earnest, and that he simply 'felt that he had witnessed a miracle and was giving God the glory. Commercial. A- to-d- ay HOME CURE ! foosperlty. twice before she discovered that the man was not her husband. Mountain Echo. A SIGN- OF THE TIMES. - I.na; List raelarle. nnd Mill. That Have fclther luetenaed Or ln- tend Jnerrax) IheWac' ! No Right To Ugliness. FOR BLOOD POISON. selves to oe aoseo on mercury ana poiaan, mo Cure Yourself at Horn. only remedies , which the doctors ever, give for blood poison. , ki or 'ine aoctors axe wnouy Oflaow to heal up eppteranee of ttke vile poise, and only attesapt-ttUt disease the sores and eruptions. This they do by driving the poison la to the system, and endeavor to keep It shut in with their constant dotes of 'potash and meroury. The mouth and throat and other delieate parts then break out Into sores, and, the fight Is continued indefinitely, the drugs doing thesjstem , more damage than the disease itself. w jar. xi. xt. myera, .iw iij.u.vurj o,.,.ionM. ... ., ajat v" " nunarea aeuaro wim ins aooion, nnoa x reaiizeu mat they could do me no good. I had largti. spots all over" ray bcdy,and these soon Broke out into running soreu-anendured all the suffering which this vile disease "pro duces. I decided to try 8. EL 8. as a last resort, and was soon greatly improved, I followed closely your 'Dtree; end the large splotches on my tlons for A chest began to grow paler and' smaller, and before long disappeared entirely. I. was soon cured perfectly and my myskin has been as clear as glass ever since. I cured self at home, after the dootors had failed completely." It Is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors to cure Oontasious Blood Poison, for the disease is be yond their skill. Swift Specific .. o ra i I Employe.. An Excollont Combination. AN CNANHnBRABLB RUUME!T. Msnu-lacture- h -- 4 Tho pleasant method and beneficial effect of the well knowu remedy, Srnup or Fios, manufactured by the California Fio Strup Co.. Illustrate tho value of obtaining tho liquid lasa-tir- o principles of planta known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them In tho form moat refreshing to the tasto and acceptable to the system. It Is the one perfect strengthening laxa-tircleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fcrers yet promptly and enabling one overcome habitual constipation per raaneutly. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and Its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make It the Ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing 0ga are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatlo plants, by a method known to the Ciuroitau. Flo Srnup Co. only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, please remember the fall name of the Company printed pn the front of every package. rs The Nstlonal Association ol carefully watched the h general tendency throughout, , the country toward an advance in the wages of labor, and American Trade, the officials publication of the asso elation offers the following list, which is an indisputable evidence oi the prosperity of the times: The Lebanon Iron Co., Lebanon, Pa., advance of to per cent, to 500 employes. The American Tin Plate Co., Chicago, rauging 'rom 5 to 10 percent.; 10,000 men will be benefited. The Crane Iron Co., Katasanqua, Pa., has advanced the wages of Its 400 blast furnace employes 10 per iij The woman who Is lovely fn face, form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attract tive must keep her health. Ii she Is weak, sickly and all run down, she will be nervous and Irritable. II she has constipation or kidney tronble, her impure blood will cause1 pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. Electric Bitters Is the best medicine in the world to regs ulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to purify the blood, It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make , a charming woman oi a run down invalid. Only 50 cents at J, II. Williams' Drug Store. Perhaps we may yet reach soms, thing like a clean idea of Mr. Bryan's Views regarding dinner etiquette. He would not accept an invitation to dinner until assured that no gold Democrats should be present, but at the dinner Saturday night, which he declares the greatest he ever attended, the Associated Press informed ns that "white men elbowed with Colored men and white women with colored fromen," and, there were, four Japanese, and three Chinese present, but the Chinese were merely spectators. Courier Journal. m slightest doubt that tha There is not Beware of the Doctors' dootors do morethe harm than good In treating uontasious uiooa ration; many. victims or this disease Darnhumrla Vaii UdiToff loathsome they hadwould bBiua better. pdlbllWOlKa IIU If never allowed them-- i to-d- g( dl cent The Reading Iron Co., Reading, Pa., has made an advance in wages ol all Its employes. The Glasgow Iron Co., Pottstown, Pa., has given its pnddlcrs a voluntary advance. The Dunbar Furnace Co., Dnnbar, Pa., baa given its blast furnace employes a voluntary advance of about 5 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ax raAircxsco. car WXWTOWCX.T. MUlSTXXi. XT. For ule by stl Dnixxwe. Price SOc. per bottle acts in an entirely different way from potash and mercury It farces the poison out ot the ijitem and gets rid of It entirely. Hence it euros tho disease, while other remedies only shu the poison in where it lurks .forever; constantly undermining the constitution. Our system of private home treatment places a cure within the reach of all. We give all necessary medleal ad vice, free of charge, and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity. Write for full Information to Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa, : . S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOp 'g THAT Smoke v TOBACCOI COUGH m and ehsw, hawk vA Mill Throat's anvars Irritates1, cansmelion Milt started, Tssa cones sals. Uooceu eetataaact, glittering, rati hts eye and em asrvea etevemtM Is a el Hands and (sL teeeMe tor teescce Ureal svm It rou (Son'l want a cur. Tils a tablet now and lata. What a r!M la NO-TO-BAC AN ORDINARY OLD COIN. WITHOUT LEGS OR ARMS. percent The Brooke Iron Co., Btidstown, Pa., advance to $2.50 per ton, an increase of 10 per cent The Amoskeag Corporation at Manchester, N. II., has voted to restore the 10 per cent, cut in wages of 1897. The increase will affect 10,000 hands. TheSlatterCo., ot Pawtucket.R. I., has announced an increase in wages. Fully 8,000 workmen, employed inl the mills controlled by the American Steel and Wire Co., In Cleveland, O., Increase raging from 5 to 10 per cent. Moorhead Bros. & Co., of Pittsburg, advance of 5 per cent, at the Sharps-bu- rg BulUs in Ike fttrvovt Irs- -' Un. nuke etw. rtefc Mete. Jest Uts thing lor Iks wsafc, etrveu risji to uts new and Dim. Gel our books read His Mtnrtfoas rtcerd el rseorsrr. You run no risk, for jou can buy wadar your own DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. Every drosfUi Is anlbortied to sell NoTo-Bauodar stMolaut fast in tee to can erery form of tobacco oats o Onr written KnaraDtee, free sample of ami booklet called "Don t Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life w Awst," isaMed for the uklng. Ttjr. 8TEBMNO BKMKH1T CO., tlhlcaio. Montreal.Oan.. Maw York, tl CA8CARET3 SSMSrSWB See To That your Laundry HOPKINSYIUE It! the WORKS, DYE Is sent to UNO STUM UUNDHY which has the reputation ol turning out the beat work in the country. All of Its machinery is of the most modern and none but skilled workmen, who thoroughly understand their business are employed. The plant la one of the largest in the country, extending the lull length ol a square. All work guaranteed and repairing free Give us a trial i( you are not now a customer. Leave your work with, Lyman Williams, .Ago'nt, uiRrrttBO, ky, Who ia our agent in your town, and will attend to the shipping and have same ready for you in due time. Leave your laundry at the poat-oEc- dIiuk. Tho lading Specialists of Amnio. 20 YEARS IH OHIO. 250,000 CURED. WECURE EMISSIONS VJnttilnv An li HAN flMBUrallllatf td yonDt or tnlddl. axed men Uuo the pit. The Lockwood Cotton Mills, oi Watcrvllle, Me., Is advancing wages of 1,400 operatives. The Pepper and Laconla Cotton Mills, oi Blddeford, Me., restored the scale prevailing before January, 1898, to nearly 4,000 operatives. plant The Lonsdale Co, Increase in its TheSchoen plant of the Pressed cotton mills at Lonsdale, Aston, Steel Car Co., advances raging from Pheniz, R. L, and Blackstone, Mass.; I about 2,500 operatives are affected. 5 to 10 percent. The Slosa Iron and Steel Co. and At all Its plants the Thomas Iron the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Co., Hokendauqua, Pa., Is advancing Co, advance at Birmingham, Ala., to 10 per cent miners percent, per ton. The furnacemen of the Mahoning The Pennsylvania Bolt and Nut and Shenango valleys, wages restorWorks, Lebanon, 10 percent. Increase ed 10 per cent . In pudding and rolling departments. At New Castle, all the National oi Swede Furnace, Steel Co. announces all around of 10, Employes jijfc Swedeland, Pa., have received an ad- jH and 5 per cent. The Ellis &LessIg Steel and 'iron vance oi ten cents a day. The Bethlehem Iron Company, Co., Pottstown, Pa., advance from Bethlehem, Pa., Increase of 10 per $2.25 to $2 50 a ton. At the leased plant of the Glasgow Iron Co. an adcent, affecting common laborers. vance to $2.40. The Federal Steel Company has Potts Bros. Increase pnddlers' rates wages at the Illinois and Wisconsin plant 8 percent to 15,000 to $1 50 per ton In their mill at Potts town, Pa. workmen. At Sharon, Pa., the Buhl Steel The Ohio Iron Company, Zanes-vlllO., has made an increrse of 10 Company advance from $1.25 to $1 50 a day. per cent, to about 200 men. At Fall River, Mass., the rise in The Aschman Steel Costing; Company, Sharon, Pa., has advanced the wsges will affect the 30,000 operatives mills In the city. wages of employe's earning from $i.s In the eighty-onIt also means $(,000,000 a year addito t a day 10 per cent tional to the Fall River operatives. At Milwaukee, the Rundle-Spenc,Manutactnrlng. Company; mannfac At Augusta, Me., the Edwards Company restores Manufacturing tnrers of soil pipe, has given an wages to the schedule In force before oi 5 per cent At'Whtcleng, W. Va the River the cutdown of Jannary, 1898. The side Iron Works has granted an In- mill employs nearly 1,200 hands. By the Increase at the Washburn & crease of 10 ptfr cent to steel wor- Moem works of the American Steel leers. The Kimberley Mill, at Greenville, j and Wire Compjry,Worcester,Masa., cent. ' N II. At the Frankstowu (Pa.) mills of At six cotton mills at Lewistown the Oil Well Supply Company, all and Auburn, Me,, wages of 8,000 classes of labor advance in wages. operatives will be restored to the One thousand men are affected. schedule in force previous to January, Oyer 2,000 employes in the iron 1898. mills at Conschohocken, Pa., receive Co., Jeanette, an increase 10 per cent This inThe Pa . brick manufacturers, has increascludes the Longmead Iron Company, ed wsges from 5 to so per cent Conshohocken Tube Company, Alan d His Llfo Was Savod. Blamark's Iron Nerve Was But It Served to Brlnp; Out the Round Dumpling of aYoung-storBor- n Fallings of Woak HuIn Kentucky. manity. "Say!" said the street carconduc- An unique arrival at Bonway, Ky., tor to a mild mannered man who was the other day was a baby born withdeeply engrossed in his newspaper. out leg3 or arms. He is just a little "Say, young feller, I didn't want round dumpling oi a youngster, and this quarter. I can't use it" The except for the fact that he is limbless, mild mannered man continued to he is all right. He is going to lvc hold out his hand for his change, but and become a big man, and to help paid no other attention to the con- him along in life his parents have ductor. named him Ernest Dewey Franklin. "See here!" yelled the conductor, He was born to Mrs. James A. Frank. getting red in the face, "you can't I in. She was naturally shocked pass no quarter like that on me. It's when the discovery ofhls peculiar slick. I can't take it for more than limitations were announced and itjus 20 cents." said her grief was pitiable. But the The mild man looked up and said: mother, loyed , triumphed, jtnd she, "I'm sorry .because you gave me that took the babe to her breast, and is very quarter yourself last night, and now just as proud of him asif nature I've been laying for you since. Well, had provided him with a, regular give it here." He took the quarter everyday outfit in the shape, of arms, and gave the conductor a nickel. and fists and legs and feet Little, Aa he took the quarter from the con- Dewey Franklin has been taken to ductor be suddenly dropped his news Cincinnati, where thejnuseum mana- 2i e, e e of diisuit anil a wbol. train of tyuptonia. uani i.r Dmiaaw, aatur aaayand aoclal happln.u. No raamaa Wh.r ounl by U hablti la Tenth. natural WMks.M or Miual icmim.oih tf.w U.Uiad 'Jreatount will poKlTe)r tirtHtiwa waakneat. utiTaunieM. a foliar To Whom It MsiyXoncern. Sirtttf wprdt 4 9 - and indorumtnt er Pru-na- , asftf r jrw nrwrw wjjwwimmm ay vwwm far th manufacturers cf er i"'" "V ear. you. lfM.1... van nM.1 h.ln. Earlv abn. or UUr ie.w may haie weakened you. Kipoiure tuav haieULeue-- l yon ar not eeie tm rurea. OarN.willtl ..- will eats you. xoaruncviuz. NO CURE NO PAY Yminap and htftanli p.rroui, TrrlUbl. and You beoom. fitrf.tful, rnorosa. and deipond.nti blotenu and iilmplei. .mjv,..ii. unasn ijh, vnouN form and downeait eoasUaanoe rerMl th. blirbt of your exlituce. CURED 250,000 .r tlA. f.sbl. SranaVAit im f i WECUREVRICOCELE Via maillftr hnw urlotil VOnr AsM EDIT i&7SC Tl euro II. Tb 'Srormy velai'' ratura to ta.ir uormai conuuion ana atomiu. Hiull ortiDl D.nt. Tb. ornat unnatoral draUt or Ioimi eoai. and rawtri r.iarn. sio iMnprrj n.SL but a rxnnanMt ear aiinrMl, TJOM VUOU UUSl.NEgfi. rot !ropr nonrub beoom. vttalued, all CURES GUARANTEED .IWIHCfOM, liiVi-i- IVa tMt ftnrl fur. SYPHILIrl. fll.KKT. KMIS810NI. IMI'OIKNOY. 8KM VAK COOKLK. uAiii.--a U HavM (Miiuriuu L.on,a,3Kuf?r,,ii5Jl58 IKKAfMliNT. ODCMS. KXEcrmvB licit., urr or uolcmhus. Tf wham itmayconarn: I can most cheerfully recommend aa of the very greatest poaalblo benefit In cases aTW H of catarrh and other diseases ot the mucous membrane. ThlsremedyhasestahlUihedlUelf in the minds of the Dcoplo aa of the irreatest possible worth and genuineness. I have known Dr.- - Ilartman for a number of years, and am avl'liy fci V2r nleaaed to aav that he la one of the leading citi zens of thlseltv. a man ot the very highest standing and character in the community. L. Black. Respectfully, Col. Arthur L. Hamilton, commanding officer of the Seventeenth Infantry Ohio National Uuard, whose residence la at 309 West First Avenue, fa4 Columbus, O., bears witness to the efficiency Here la Colonel Hamilton's letter of and picture. "eV Columbus, O., May IS, 1B97. a4v&joW M Dr. S. 8. IfartmaH. of DUB ( W sw so fullySib: Besides having the merits have a num demonstrated In my family, I ber of friends who have taken it for catarrh and mIVV stomach trouble, and all unite In praising It Aa a al remedy for summer ana winter oatarrb icaaiuiiy recommend It Abthub L. Hamilton. Frost the Hou. Samuel J, CJwartz, Police Judge, asTV ttjSaaW Hob. Gamuel L. Black, Mayor ot Columbus, 0whoao picture adjoins tnla paragrapn, writes tne loiiow-In- letter; 4jSb Mr. J. K. Lilly, a promlnent'cltizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a won derful deliverance from a frightful death. In telling of it he says: "I was taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran Into Pneumonia, My lungs beWood Company, and J. Wood & Bro. came hardened. I was so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing Company. helped me. I expected to soon die of The Central Iron and Steel Company, which includes the Universal Consumption, when I heard oi Dr. Mills, Paxton Mills and Mill No. 2 at King's New Discovery. One bottle Harrisburg, Pa., Is to readjust and gave great relief. I continued to use advance wages. About 600 employes it, 'and now am well and strong,! can't say too much in its praise." This are affected. The following show the workers marvelous medicine is the surest and benefited during the past two weeks: quickest cure In the world for all Tinplate workers, Newcastle, Pa., Throat and Lung Tronble. Regular 1,200 to 1,500 iron workers, Bellslre, sizes 50 centsand $1,00- - Trial botO., 3,000; iron workers, Wheeling, tles irre at J. H. Williams Drug Store; every bottle guaranteed. W. Va., 3,000; nail workers, Pa.; cotton operatives, Defenders ot the Dingley bill would Notthbridge, 600; cotton Mass., operatives, Brunswkk, Me., 1,000; be perfectly sate now in offering a cotton operatives, Saco, Me., 1,500; prize for any day that might pass quarry men, Franklin, Pa.; cotton without recording liberal advances In operatives, Salem and Fltchburg, wages somewhere. Topeka (Kan.) Mass., 2,700; chairmakers, Pittsburg, "Capital." Pa., 300; ironworkers.Syracuse N. Y., Volcanic Eruptions 100; Ironworkers, Myerstown, Pa.; Ironworkers, Harrisburg, Pa., 600; Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob Ironworkers and laborers, Altoona, ofjoy, Bucklen's Arnica Sslve.cures Pa.; ironworkers,Chattanooga,Tenn., them; also Old Running and Fever 700; ironworkers, McKeesport, Pa., Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, Corns, 7,000. The increases average about Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, 10 percent Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best Plle'cure on earth. Drives out Pains I Havo Observed. and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure That the invalid who Is always look guaranteed. Sold by J. H. Williams ing for a cold draught seldom falls to Druggist. " ; ' find one, Beverdy Jordan, was convicted In That the successful politician never complains of the fraud practiced by the Kuox circuit court of conspiring to have his wife assaulted, and was his competitor. That the citizen who doesn't like sentenced to the penitentiary for a. flowers Is generally one who is too period ol ten years. He desired a divorce from his wile and conspired. lazy to cut weeds. man who talks loudest with and Induce a friend to enter Mrs. That the about hard times Is the man who does Jordan's bedchamber at night and crim inally assult her, The evidence was the least to make times good. to the effect that the room was dark That he who says life is not worth llvlnir sets frightened the worst at THE 1TIXBT BABY. V the first suggestions of death. That the fellow who Is always dissatisfied with the weather is the first its Coaling is Looked Porward to man to dlscoAcr. the storm cloud. With Both Joy and .Tear and 1U That the man who is always pointSafe Arrival is Ballad With ing out the dishonesty of his fellow TxiU said Delight by AIL class citizens never misses a first chance to rob the unsuspecting. That the pious soul who picks uaws !.. (1... V- -t In kA in his brother's religion has himself a household is the happiest and most lm- -j to. xuo mighty small chance of breaking into ponani event 01 raaruumother dMgWs wife who Is to become a day. heaven on judgment to think of Ifes happiness In store fcartwr bee hes That the faimer who kicks the when th little one shallshalltie upen lisp hear it latterly aha hardnt nhnut bad weather and Door breast and and holy name, "mother." tho tweet crops is the one who spends ode half Out her happy anticipation quickly when she realises the terrible pain his time In bed and the other ball la and suffering' through which aha must town. pass white bringing the little one, Into That the fellow who quarrels most he world. 'An indescribable fear Of the, at trusts and corporations spends ThoQ4XwUof women torr'iflanied more time getting out of the way of w employment than he does In seeking by expmenee w mere the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will end tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use. Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 25c at J. H. Williams' diug store. - m m de Type of Froe-Tra- Organ. ' i-. iu van-tih- es 5?..?."T:.V- - " Kennedy Kergan 122 W. FOURTH ST., -- CIMOINNATI, O. and Waltkir Rabltt noma una a. Book ofwiin utpala jjar tloul.ri ant rafil. IBS. B.M WOOl II V tO. ivt fiofw rrjer at Htats or Oiho, Law Libbabt, - fitrraura Court Nor. It, 1M7. Coluxbus, O., JsV ' sV CJ V 2ar Baa'V aw MtiicintCo.,Columiu),0. Gentlemen: Tho result of using m haa been so grraMf vine- - to mu that I cannot but aJ nf. 'w'aVlrwr .ar v rr. rfwat. oeBgraraiaia you on ino usees 01 jour resaeoy. la Tour hbrh standing la the bualneas community, and of the gastlesaaa conducting this great enterprise, prepared me to the worth espeot a meritorious article only, from your establishment bat its real worth. is beat demonstrate oy lis use. bUmuji, J. Bwasi. Respectfully, M& cr Columbus, O, 1 That the Individual who is always complaining because world appears to have a grudge against him la the one who la always delng something to of lend people. That the merchant who raise the most fuss .because of dull trade Js the man who sits around the stove and whittles while his friend next door bustles around and attracts trade to 1 tltio liniment for ji few weeks 9efore the trjlng hour, expectant raothew can 10 prepare tiiemselree for the Anal' lour that the pain and suffering ot the treaded event are entirely obviated and It ia safely passed through with Pt-ru-- Pe-ru-- f X women are Interested, aaa especially azpeotant mothers who fer the Jrst Usm have to, iulega this trial, H mch a remedy fer they know the, fain tad auatotog--. to say nothlBg ol thfdaa-re- r, wbWCto fn stare for thtaa. "Moth. .' Pon't'folget that dress'' was made FriSJla-woaftanrrMt.Me, for woman; not woman for d re.. his establishment 's - - -- , That the woman who spends three UiK, wr ia www w Every woman uMMtnrdaalafaulfe. If you. want, yoar curtains and por thevUitUboek) d.ys out of the week complaining of ihould be 'tiers to ook neat aW clean, save 'Before BabyU rn," which ataii unkind things her neighbors ate .ntormaijji: the them fer Lyman Williams, agent for afsmt Taloe to saying about her, consumes the other rill be Sltfr to any one who sends the Hopklnsville Steam Laundry and four in saying mean things about their address to Tha llradflaU llfu Dye Works. Reasonable prices, somebody else. Danville Advocate. latorGe., Atlanta, (la. Hui Wages Up for 200,000 Workmen All New England Cotton Mills Raire Wages 10 Per Cent. Headline in New York "World" In 1899 under Republican Administration. Soup Houses In a Hundred Cities Wages in Iron Mills and All Allied Industries Cut 10 Per Cent Headline in New York "World" In 1895 under paper and gave a chuckle. gers are offering enormous sums, to e Administraa Democratic "Well.welll" he exclaimed '"here's his mother for theprivllee of exhibtion. child. DocAnd the hypocritical old reprobate luck. Bless me if that isn't an 1832 iting her truly wonderful continues to try to fool the people In quarter with 14 stars and an arrow, tors from all over OhloTiave come to In- examine him. He weighs fourteen Its editorial coulumsl Wotse still, it It's worth $i 82." He slipped it to his pocket with evidence of much pounds two ounces, rtis neaa ana e oris only a. type of the satisfaction. trunk are well formed. His features gan. New York "Press." A hungry eyed .man in the corner, are perfect, and his eyes are deep1 who had overheard the converstalon, blue. Instead of arms, he only has DRESS DONT'S, jumped up and said to the conduc stumps, resembling very tauehthe flippers of a porpoise. There Js abCommit Th 080 to Memory; tor: Thoy Will Dear Constant "Isn't that the very quarter I gave solutely no sign oi legs, two little Repetition. yon yesterday morning? I missed balls of flesh,OH each sidftol the thighs that quarter. It was a pocketplece ; Indicating the point where .these jtts- ebe dashing be dainty. Don't and a valuable coin. I remember ful members ior locomotion should Don't sacrifice fitnestf to fashion. now that I gave it to you. I demand The 3plnal column la Don't let "smart" verge ori "loud." It!" he said, looking fiercely at the have been. complete, even to .the sacrum and Don't hold up silks and display mild man. "If you area gentlemen cocoyx. In his habits the little fl? rags. you will give It to me." low Is, a model child, Don't use the pins where stitches 'It isn't yours. Yon never gave It would do. to me. My wile gave me the coin by Q.3E1.- Pon'tweara smart hat and burst mistake; It's part of a collection that's TABLE. BEATER BAM, shoes.been In the family since 1827!" yell-c- d Don't sacrifice neatness to artistic NORTH BOUND. the conductor. effect , "I tell yon It's mine," said the No. 204, Fast Mail.. . , . , . .4:41 a. ra. Don't spoil Jthe gown for the yard hungryeyed man. Thus they wran- No. 232, Accommodation. .5:02 a. a. of stuff. gled and quarreled all the way downn No. 222, Accommodatlon..l2.41 p. 5:52 p. ra. Don't Ifyou are September, dress, town. 202, Fast Mai No. 204, Local Freight. , . .8:10 a. ra. as May, "No," said the mild man to a pon't wear tau shoes If you have neighbor, as he stepped trom the car. SOUTH BOUND, large feet s "It's only a plain, ordinary old shiny 12.20 p. ra. Don't dress more fashionably than quarter that I've been trying to pass No. 203, Fast Mail No. 231, Accommodation. ..8:37 p. ra. becomiug. oil for a week. We were all lying. No. 221, Accommodation. 12:26 p. m. Don't neglect quality ior the sake It's woith about 22 cents." Chicago No. 201, Fast Mail,. 10:30 a. m. ofquanlty. No. 293, Local Freight. . . .2:40 p. sa. Inter Ocean, petticoat nnless Don't wear mm It is white. Don't oolc, a frump because yon can't look a swell. Don't trim good material with common trimmings. Don't imagine that beauty will atoue lor uqtldln ess. Don't lorget that long credit olten brings discredit. Don'fmake your own dresses unless you can, Jo it well. Don't expect great bargains to turn BiaglnthsMW "RisgontutaoM Blag ia Uts tras" King out Uts fall out great savings. Don't Jump into your clothes and We bring to you tha new and true from tha plney forests of Nway expect to look dressed. Don't dress jour head at the ex , pense ol your hands and feet Don't dress toatattle people's eyes, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey but to satisfy them. , Don't be grotesque while attempts Nature's most natural "rtawdy, Unproved by lng the original. e science to a Kuif,IVrfflasenf, PosHlr-CurDon't wear a fur or feather boa with f or 'coughs, &Us aad all laflaaMd surfaces cotton dress or skirt of the Lungs aad Bronchial Tubes, Don't put coat before cut. Corded Lungs are exhsW. The sore, weary rated the mlcrobbearlBg mucus Is cut out 1 tto silk won't cover a clumsy fit. cause of that tkkllx Is removed, and the InfUnel Don't buy cheap Imitations If you membranes an haaJei and soothed so that than esnjt afford the gesuine article. Free-TradFree-TradJ a 41 t I, 3Et. KH--T1- , m.-N- o. ...4.., DR. BELL'S" cough-wor- ". jUi,txad f Is no inclination to cough, SOLD BY AUU800D BltUaaiaTS ', Settles Only. sbm allN MM1 .1.fc.vSr'."S"r? mmw aa 104 ejaawsis. mi n, m lloM. ItalTMaakKaKiowauatainiM lasrtp umuumiuuiooiM i,.oaa Ht I vuf auoa.-M- ia. ., W. and tl.OO Wee E SURE, YOU GET .V sssj BBLamaaam a A M ee'.i Sir. HT bbsj ssbsbl M. A. MMcalfa, nwMlBW j. m For Sale by Z. WAYNE GlUFFrN . ijaavu. , BBO. ltnh jiV.. Hartford Republican. H ARTronn iMncd Fridays) by lha punLiniiiNu.towrAKT Incorporated. EDITORS. Fon Rogers, Jno. II, Thomas, j Offloo on Fox Stroot. Subscription, SI per year post-office In advance at Hartford Entered at the as second class mail matter. J FRIDAY, MAY J. AXTXTO"0-XTCEa33Xr- I rOR THE HENATK. We are authorized to announce Hon, W. Fred Long as a candidate for the office of State Senator in this the Seventh Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. FOR REPBEMENTATIVE. .sp. iVW Jf:')Ws States havo to deal in the densely populated black districts where the negroes have not been taught the lesson of individual responsibility as have the negroes farther north, and we would rather see a thousand negroes or white men either hang upon a scaf fold than that they should sate their brutal lust with one of the noble wo men ot the south, but God, humanity, decency and the honor of a country fresh from the fields of battle where it rescued a suffering people from bar barous tyranny, demands that these brutal crimes at home shall cease. The south can nover tame its negroes with mobs and b're, and the sooner those who are responsible for the gov ernments of the Southern States learn that the negro must be educated and taught his responsibility as a citizen the better it will be for both whites and blacks. v j ' i.wr'tf' aj SWORN BY TELEPHONE. Hartford Loulsvlllo and Take a Doposlton By Wire. Attorn oys Como to ter rats. can hear them whacking around about once a week in tneir enase al- When winter comes the vital forces of nature are low, and the tree atanda like We areauthorlzedtoannouncellon. R. C. Jarnagln, of Beaver Dam, as a for Rep. candidate for resentatlvc, subject to the action ol the Republican party. C. Wood was nominated by the Republican convention at Richmond, Wednesday, for Railroad Commissioner in the Third district Jons The United States for humanity's sake mobilized a great army and drove the cruel Spaniards from Cuba. Let the next move be on to Georgia, Our neighbor, on the corner, says the recent war with Spain was a grand success, tut it is awful sorry that the McKinley administration will get all the glory for it. The Herald has fouud a negro preacher who - believes the negroes would be better off if they were back in slavery again. Doubtless be reasons that they would be too valuable to In view of the unfortunate divis ions for some time existing in the ranks of the Republican party in Ken tucky the wisdom of those Republicans who aspire for political preferment in declining to precipitate an unseemly scramble for the nominations for the State offices at the approaching election is admirable. Prof iting by the lessons of the past and standing in the shadow of a statute recently enacted by a Democratic legislature, the purpose of which is to stifle the voice of the people and build up a gigantic political machine to dominate the old Commomwealth with a rod of iron, the Republican leaders have buried their petty differ, enccs and are cautiouily approaching a campaign upon the result of which the glory or the infamy of Kentucky depends. Probably the first deposition by telephone in Louisville was that ttken last Monday. Stenographer Clarence Walker took It, the deponent being Dr. C, W. Kelley. It was in the case of Barnett vs. Coleman, a suit on an acconut, in the Ohio County Circuit Court. Ben D. Rlngofor the plaintiff and Harry Taylor (or the defendant were In the city taking depositions in the case. In the afternoon the deposition of Or. Kelly was required by the defendant, and Mr. Walker called him up by telephone to have him step around to the office. Dr. Kelly was in no stepping humor just then, because he was very busy, nor could he pledge himselt to Besides, appointment. an early he knew little or nothing about the case Well, ask him just what he does know'suggestedone ofthe attorneys Mr. Walker did so and reported what Dr. Kelly's reply was. Then Mr. RIngo, who was in a hurry to leave for home, suggested that Dr. Kelly's deposition be taken in this manner. Swear him," he said. To this Mr. Taylor was quite willing, and Mr. the oath by telephone Dr. Kelly, who repeated what, he said, and this was repeated by Mr. Walker to the attorneys, who took his word for It and let it go to record. Tben tney rang oil. Courier-Journal. They are good though noisy tat catchers; but since they must needs eat all they catch, their efficiency seems to be limited to their length of stomach. Trie only way to get rid of the"rats seems to be to buy more snakes, and this is simple enough, for yon often see the natives hawllng them around in town, the boas curled up around bamboo poles, to which their heads are tired. m a monument to r. the dead In the winter of life, active men experience a turn-me- aoiitary kyltij lias Heard ol Ms, ih Great Weather Frophot, miliar lower-rin- g of vital- ity. In tome the effect ia startling. Ho has mado some very true predictions. Ho has predicted that wo would havo a hot time this summer. Wo havo taken it upon ourselves to make a few predictions ahout "hot times. CENTERTOWN, KY. Circulation and Por Capita. People who think that good times only come with plenty of money ought to be satisfied now. The amount in circulation is the largest ever known at this season of the year and the largest per capita. The Treasury Bureau ot Statistics has just issued a table which shows that on April 1 the entire amount In circulation was $1,927,846,942. On Inly 1, 1896, the total was $1,509,725,-200- , making an increase since, that time of $418,121,742. The gain has been at the rate of nearly $500,000 for each business day of this period and for the past 9 months considerably more than that snm. The exact amount gained since July 1 last is $84,411,193. The per capita circulation April 1 was $25.45, an increase of nearly $4 a head within the past three years. The exact figures of the per capita and money in circulation are as follows: Money in Per circulation, capita. April 1, l896...$l,328. 629,463 $21.53 April 1, 1897... 1 669,000,694 23.01 April 1, 1898... 1,756,058,645 33 69 April 1, 1899 .. 1,927,846,942 25.45 Not only is there 25 per cent, more money in circulation than there was July 1, 1896, but the proportion of gold Has snown an equally large increase. All money was declared as good as gold in November, 1896, and the fact that It is in gold coin does not greatly matter. Still it sintering to note. The amount of gold money in circulation has been as fol lows tor the dates named: Gold coin. April 1, 1896 $445,912,256 April 1, 1897 5i7."5.757 April 1, 1898 582,129,742 694,855,942 April 1, 1899 A showing like this is enough to drive the currency calamity-howler- s Courier. forever out of countenance. have the pleasure ot seeing it go in ten up to steal elections, should be reNovember. pealed? Does it mean that all tho nes groea in the south, who have not been Xue Louisville Zlmes.a Democratic hung or burned at the stake before paper, says if Evangelist Sam Jones election day, should be allowed to go would call oQ bis four weeks engageto the polls and vote, and even vote ment in Louisville and spend it in Republican ticket if they should and around Kewnan, Ga., he might the do so? Neighbor, if you are the progress of civiliza- choose to better serve really in earnest about allowing every tion. citizen a voice in the control of bis The Louisville DitpaUh't silly story government, Perry Belmont and the that Gen. W. S. Taylor had declined negroes of the south will hail you as to make the race for Governor is with- the harbinger of a new era of Deout foundation and was born of the mocracy. anxiety of that sheet to keep Mr. TayFROM THE STATE PRESS. lor out of the race. Gen. Taylor's friends are very hopeful of his enterRev. John H. Burnes, the popular ing the race at an early date. of Auburn, has just been elected president of Liberty College, at Glasgow. Blkton Progress. Judge Clifton J. Pratt, of has authorized the statement The nonadvertlsin2 merchant that his name will go before the Re eeoth forth to his labor at the rialnc of sun, and lo.no man interfereth. publican convention as a candidate Hethe standeth around all day like a bot for Governor. Judge Pratt has seen tle of castor oil, and the people with service in the State Senate and on the the shekels come not to his shanty. bench of his Judicial district and his He advertisetn not ills wares, and his name is forzotton on the iace of fitness for the position to which he as- the earth. Who hath hams? Who hath stale baking powder withpires is unquestioned. end? He that knoweth not the out Capt. Stone and Senator Goebel way to the printing office. While reports are coming in from are telling all sorts of stories on Gen. the distant Fhlllpplues.of the bravery Hardin and the Hardin fellows would of the gallant Nebraska troops, Col. like to know why these gentlemen do Willie B. is orating at $i per plate not expose each other some, too. dinners, against imperialism and ex- Tne trutn of the matter Probably Capt. Stone declined Hart i, we have expanded in spite of ourdin's oder of the Senatorship to accept selves, and the country.as has always Goebel's Gubernatorial proposition, been the case, finds the right party with Goebel on the Senatorial end ot and the right leaders in charge of her affairs In the time of peril. Princeton the bargain. Republican. teacher-preacher, "Tub Democrats believe in the utmost freedom of person and speech, and that every citizen should have a voice in the control of the Government under which burn. he lives." Hartford Herald. Cait. Stone, Democratic candi. Is it possible that the Herald is sin date for Governor, says the old gang cere in the above statement? Does it must go. Be patient, Captain, if the mean that the Goebel outrage, which, eld gang don't go in June you will according to South Trimble, was got Mrs. Annie Rone.who has been sick for some tlme.ls better. Mr. Caleb Tichenor, alter staying several days In town under the treatment of Dr. Chapman, has improved in health so as to be taken home. Dr. Will Coffman, wlte and daughter, of Sacramento, alter being with us a tew weeks,have returned to their home. Master Walter Brown, son of L. C Brown, after a short illness,ls able to be out again. Our spring school, under control of Mrs. O. B. Bosket, after a short but w successful term, closed last Friday. Mr. Frank Ross has returned from Bvansville where he delivered soma logs. Perry and Claude Ross have bought the John Carter picture gallery and are prepared to do good work for you Mrs. M. E. Woodward, of Point Pleasant, made a short visit to relatives here this week. H. H. Davis went to Hartford Mon- day on legal business. several ol our people went to Render to the church dedication last Sunday. Will Hardin, of Point Pleasant, and H. H. Davis had a grand fox chase last Friday night. They expect to try GEO. W. BAIN it again soou. Farmers are very busy with their Will Locturo at Beaver Dam, work and are catching up with it at a May 12. May. lively rate. One ofthe most interesting attractAbout Catarrh. ions ot the season will be the great It is caused by a cold or succes- Geo. W Bain lecture at Beaver Oam. sion ot colds, combined with Impure on May 12,1899, at 8 p. m. Mr. Bain cenblood. Its symptoms are pain In the Is one ot the greatest men this power ot head, discharge irom the nose, ring- tury has produced, and his In fact, wonderful ing noise in the ear. It is cured by speech simply one of the world's Hood's Sarsaparilla which purifies his standing as and enriches the blood, soothes and greatest orators wherever the English again, he rebuilds the tissues and relieves all language is spoken. And is an honored son of Kentucky, re the disagreeable sensations. presenting all the best traits of charHood's Pills cure all liver ills. Mail-e- d acter our noble Stite presents. His subject will be, "The Sale Side for 25c. by C I. Hood & Co., of Life for young men," and the com Lowell, Mass. mittee who has taken this lecture unUttlmtj. Beat Mates Spit ud der charge has arranged the price so b ni( as to enable tb,e poorest to hear him. To qalt tobacco cull and torattr, attic, lull of lift, ntrrt and rlsor, lata The admittance will be as cents, and . tnt that makti weak mta ttronr. All drustltu, ttoor II. Curscusraa-Ued- . 35 cents tor reserved seats, while the Dotkltt and sample free. Address usual admittance to the Bain lectures Sttrllnt Btmtdj Co., Chicago or Htw York. is 50 and 75 cents. No one shouli miss this lecture, as It is achance of a Program. life time. Gleaner. aeem like monuments of a burled paat. At thla crisis there la need of a medicine which will nourish and build up the body, and increase ita vital power. Such a medicine is Dr. Iterce'a Golden Medical Discovery. It enriches the blood, purifies it, carries off the clogging waste of the ayttem, increase! the nutrition of the body, and produces a sound, healthy condition with abundant vital power and ph ileal energy. lurid Ilurrint, Hj , of Jonw, Ohio Co., Xj wrltet! "When I brmn tiklnr Dr. rkrre't Golden Medical DlKorerr I think 1 had nerrout or general debility of thm rear' duration, I Durlnc took three boltlea of the Duc0Tenr. aleep became more the time I was taklnr It and rained fifteen roundl wclrht rfrrhlngained Istrength ererydaT, lthaabeen and al llx month! llnec I took the medicine and 1 atlll hare reaaonable health. 1 am willlna- to have you (rabttah lata, and alio my former letter, if you wl.h to. and If II prorea to be of benefit to any afflicted penon 1 will feel well rerld." There ia no alcohol or other intoxicant in "Golden Medical Discovery," neither opium or other narcotic drugs. The dealer who ollera a substitute for the "Discovery" is seeking to profit himself, not to help you. Insist on having "Golden Medical Dicoery." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser la sent free, on receipt of stamps to cover cost of mailing only. Send 21 one -- cent stamps for edition in paper cover, or 31 stamps for cloth binding. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. They loose tbtlr grip on life. They The will be "Hot Times" in this Old Town sweltering and fevered brow will bo to take advantage of tho rare bargains and extremely low prices we have quoted you below: Dress Goods. Double-fol(l,al- l For the next fow days, and the only thing to allay and sootho tho CLOTHING. Wo are headquarters in this lino. Wo can tit you in price, quality and style. Wo give you a few prices below: Men's Suits $2.50, worth $3.50 4.60 2 08, " saroo 7.50 " 4 98, " " 10.00 0.00, We can Gt you out in tho nobbiest and most stylish suit for $1.00. Boy's suits go at 75c, D80 and on up to as bigh as $7.60. Men's socks, black and tan, at 5c per pair. Better grades goat 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and up to 60c per pair. TABLE LINENS. Good, fast colors, worth 35o to tOc; Half Bleached wo sell at 25c a yard. Table Linen, regular 50c goods; we sell at 39c per yard. Extra Bleached Linen, regular C5o goods ; we sell at 6O0 per yard, m 9-- wool one way,worth per yard. Better grades, 3d in. wide, one-hawool, regular 20c goods, our low price 15o per yard. Regular 25c goods go in this salo at tho low prico of 20c per yard. In flue novelty patterns, we have them from $3 CO to $10 per pattern. As for wash goods.wo defy any store in the city to rhow a better line, at 15c, wo sell at lOo lf m sells everywhere at 20c; we sell it at 15c per yard. 4 SboctiDft, A full line of Dimities, worth and 10c, wo sell at 5c per yard. m 7o prices as low as we will make you. C0RSET8. Sk. Tr wondtr-workcr- We havo a full line of Corsets and na MILLINERY. Amatkcog Gingham Corset Waists. Our ladies' summer for Aprons this in We are strictly Corset is a beauty. We have them and Bonnets we sell at 5c per jnrd. cor(ronr25o to 50c. Other Corsets horn line. We extend to everyone a Spring cleaning is the order of the dial invitation to viiit our store and 50c to 81.25 -t- he best on earth. day and we have a nice line of Matexamine our stock. tings and Oil Cloth. We have a nice SHOES. MEN'S UNDIJRWEAR. piece of Oil Cloth at 20o a yard and We show man's fine Shoe,(all solid regular 35c Shirts and drawers, others at 25c and 30c per yard, leather) worth $1.5ij we sell at S 1.25. Better grade, we sell at 23c Better grade, worth 81.C5, we sell at goods; regular 65c goods, our price 48c. All GINGHAMS and EMBROIDERIES. 51.39. In fact, we ha've shoes at all Go at 2Jc, 3Jo, 4Jo, Cc, 7c, lOc, other grades go at the samo low price. prices, viz: f 1.60, $1.75, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30o and 35c. $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 and $3.75. This Columbia Cheviot, sells all over the lino of Shoes cannot be excelled in world at 8c; we sell it at CJc per yard. LACES. -At all prices from 15c per one dot. quality, price nor style in the Green Alabama plaid shirting 5Jc a yard. yards, up to the best at prices to suit River Country. Good quality, regular Co goods ; we the times. "MEN'S SHIRTST sell it at 4Jc per yard. Good soft finish, yard-wid- e Bleach We havo 6ne white laundred shirts Calico from 2$c, !JJo up to 60 per ed Cotton, you can't buy it anywhere at 50c, they're worth $1. We sell a nice Netjllgee Shirt at 39c, it's worth yard all the best grades and neatest except at our store for less than 7Jc; 75c. Fine silk pull bosom shirts go at styles. we sell it at 6c per yard. $1.39, worth $1.60. White flannel 15c, 20c and 25c per Extra heavy yard-wid- e Shirting, yard, worth 10c more on the yard. MEN'S HATS. worth 6c; we sell it at 3 Jo yard. have a fine line of linen hats. We Spring styles in Dress Gineham, TO THE FARMERS. latest thing out in the worth 7Jc; we sell it at 5c. "Better They are the "We want your Eggs, Feathers.Gin We have grade, worth 10c, our price CJc way of summer headwear. them from 25o to 50c each. All kinds song and Wool and will pay you the of fine hats at prices to suit the times, New York Camlet Jeans, the best, highest market price. WE WILL ranging from 19c to $3.00. lOo per yard. PAY CASH FOR YOUR WOOL. A full and complete lino of Wash Goods at 25 per cent, under regular price. ai J pr is the program ol Ohio County Teachers'' Association to beheld at Beaver Dam. Ky., Satur day, June 3. '899: 10:00 a. m. upening exercises, Prdf. E. R. Ray. 10:15 Organization. Needs of Ken 10:25 Essential tucky Schools, Profs. Groves and The following Our Qualities are Way up. Doafnoss Cannot bo Curod by local applicants as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constructional remedies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, aud when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflamatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition ofthe mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars: free. F. J. Chrney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. 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 ot doing business, but we want to introduce our new store and new goods to the publio and wo know ot no better or more effective way of doing this than to give you a poition of our profits to get you to visit us. Don't forget the place, for it will pay you to visit the big store of Shultz. 10:50 11:05 Jarnagln. Text Book Question, R. Distinctive idea in C. R. T. COLLINS, Hartford, Ky; J. H. Balzo Doad. tion, Prof. E. R. Ray. Educa- 11:25 The Teacher as an element of Success In the Institute, Profs. T. Journal. . In 1812 a British warship on Lake Erie fired a shell which failed to exs plode. It was treasured as a relic in Ashtabula for years, but accidentally it got into a pile ot scrap iron delivered to the Phoenix iron works foundry and performed its function so well Taylor. 2:35 that the furnace doors were blown to Casebier The Teacher's Reward, W.A and R. L. Barnes. smithereens. 2:50 The Teachers' Examination, The largest city in the world is Supt. Fon Rogers. Cox. 3:05 Music, Prof. London, which has a normlatlon 3:15 Compulsory Education, Z H. equaling the combined population ol Shultz, J. II. Wood and Henry Leach. Paris, Berlin, St. Petersburg and 3:30 Fourth Congressional District Rome. Its streets, placed in a row, Association Its alms Profs. S. C. would teach around the world, leavand E. R. Ray. ing a bit over enough to reach from Stevens Fon Rogsbs, ) m London to San Francisco. S. C. Stkvems. J J. Morton and S. C. Stevens. 11:45 Noon Recess. 1:30 Music. 1:40 Securing a School, Cicero Crowder, S. P. McKenney. 2:00 The Teacher's Responsibilities and Duties, O. V. Wilson, and Dena Woodward. 2:15 Mature Study in the Common School, Profs. J. B. Taylor and A. P. Grand Masonic Picnic. Hartford lodgeNo. 675 of F. & A. M. will celebrate St. John's day on June 24th, 1899, by giving a grand Louisville Ditpatch no longer represents the Democracy of Kentucky and that its days are numbered. Uiey ought to know for besides being National Cora' mitteeman for Kentucky, he alio holds the purse-strinto the Bryan corruption fund, but we bear it whispered about that if Watt Hardin is nominated for Governor bis friends will keep the Dltpateh going until af ter the election, but if Goebel is norm inated and Urey tells the Dltpateh to go it will have to went. g Urey Woodson says the IN BRADLEY'S ABSENCE Llout. Gov. Worthlngton Will Bo In Chargo of tho Executive Office. Frankfort, Ky., May i. Lieut. Gov. Worthlncton will arrive here at noon and will be the acting Governor during Gov.Bradley's Chlckamauga. Gov. Bradabsence at ley and party will leave on a special train over tne Frankfort and Clncin natl at 8:30 o'clock to morrow morn ing. Oweniboro Inquirer, a Demo-ciati- c paper, commenting upon the cowardly policy of tho Hartford Heraid with reference to the contest for the Democratic nomination for Gov ernor, very sensibly says: The Hartford Herald feels called to pat itself on the back, because the Goebel men think it is for Goebel.the Hardin men believe it Is for Hardin. and the Stone men count ou it for Stone. To an ordinary mind a com pllmentof this kind would be very PROSPERITY. doubtful. The newspaper that can successfully coaceal its opinions has Over 3,500 Mechanic) In VlevaUnd none to conceal. Inquirer. HceelTtd Increased Wat. The Frankfort Maya. The following corporations filed articles with the Secretary ot State The Kel er Morris Company,of Hartford, Ohio county, with $5,000 capital. Ed F, Morris, F. H. Keller and Frank Zim mer are the principal incorporators. The Beech Grove Lodge, a charitable corporation, of Cordilla, Lawrence county. William Lester is chief in-- . corporator. The monthly meeting of the State uoard ot Prison commissioners will be held Several impor tant contracts are to be let by the board. y: Masonic picnic at the fair grounds ia Hartford, Kentucky. At the last stated meeting the following committees were appointed to prepare tor the occasion: Committee on entertrinment, Rev. G.J. Bean.Judge J. P. Miller and Mr. J. P. Sanderfur. Committee on grounds, Dr. E, D. Pendlenton and Mr. J. T. Moore. Committee on speakers and invitas Hon, G. B. Likens. Committee on arrangement.&c , W. K.Stevens, V. G.Barneett and Rowan Holbrook, Committee on advertising, F. L. Felix, M. L. Heavrln and W. F. Schspmlre. Committee on order, Eldred Crab-treand C. R. Campbell. Committee on music, M. Bean and J. C. Riley. Neither time nor means will be spared In making this one of the most enjoyable occasions of the season. Those wanting to spend a most pleas ant and profitable day will do well to keep the date in mind. e In Pain? in men the Bmok? prooaDiy J Then probably the lungs. thm Choat? ino Kidneys. In thaJolnto? Then probably rheumatism. No matter whero it is, nor what kind; you need have it no longer. It may be an hour, a day, or a year old; It must yield to Dr.Ager's Cherry Balzetown.Ky ,May t Last Satur day our community was visited by tne grim monster, death, by whose hand we lost our honored and respect ed friend, Mr. J. II. Baize, who died at his home at 7 o'clock p. m., the 29th lust., alter nearly four months of painful llngellng illness. The Immediate cause of his death was lung trouble, having frequent and violent spells ofMtetting from his lungs. He wasborn on the 2d of January, for fifty Cents. 1844, and was therefore 55 years, 3 Qusrsalied tobacco habit cure, makes weak months and 27 days ol age. He was mon strons , blood pare, 60c, II. All married to Miss Martha A. Watson, TVe August 14th, 18&1. To thfo union CHUB A COLD I.N 05E DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab' were born eleven children, all ot lets. All druggists refund money ii whom, with one exception, survive it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine him. At an early age he professed It has L. B. Q. on each tablet. faith in his Savior and joined the Nogro Lynched. Baptist church In which he continued An Arkansas a faithful member through the re Memphis, Tenn., May z. Willis malnder of his life. In bis last ill Sees, a negro, was taken from the jail ness he often said that he was ready at Osceola, Ark., at 1 o'clock Sunday to die, and that death would be a morning by a mob of about 300 men welcome vllstor to him, thus leaving and lynched. testimony ol his hope for a life with He was twice strung up and then his heavenly lather. confessed that he had burned the barn He was conscious to the Isst moot a man named Qulnn. ment of his lite and talked cheerfully with bis family and oaly a tew moNotlco to Crodltors. ments before he died was playing He was with a little grandchild. All persons having claims against seized with violent bleeding and bade the estate of lames A. Smith, deceased, his wife farewell and died within a are notified to present the same.prop-erl- few minutes. The interrment took proven as required by law before place at 10 o'clock Monday, at New meat my office in Uartford.Ky., on or Zlon cemetery. Funerajajrvlces will before the asm day ol May, 12199, or be held at the churcrlVbe 30th of they will be barred, May. We tender our alucere sympa. E P. NEAt, 43 thy to the grief stricken family in Adm'r of James A. Smith, deceased. their sad afflict Ion. J, 11. 412' Waluut anaI Defenders ot the Dingley bill would be perfectly safe now in olterlnga prize tor any day that might pass without recording liberal advances in wages somewhere. Topeka Capital. drug-guy m AS SPRING IS H AT LAST You will find us prepared with a full lino of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Millinery Goods, Shoes, Slippers, &c., which will be sold at prices that defy competition. Will give you prices next week. want your Poultry, Geese, Turkoys, Wool and all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay tho highest market price. Yours to please, S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. lrTvarxvJDr ltsJiC1c'Cc - The Smith Premier Typewriter Economical Writing Machine. ConitncM en tdmHfie pindpUs cf rlmfiU ptHs, U tt tht mail JutjitU mjutibunujt. RrpittMlstKttdvctilo ttomtnlmm. UtotU BsiVktWHk id AikferM CUbpt. ' nt Smith Premier Typewriter Company, St. , CmoinuaU, O. 216 5th St. Loulavillo, Ky Tracy Axton Appointed pectoral piaster ImmedUUl at terappljlng It jn fat! Its loctblflf, vtamlng, itrtngtb-aln- g SAVANNAH, C A. April 27. I haven't much news now, we have been here 10 days, our time ol mustering out Is set for tne l6lh of May, so we have 19 days jet of army life, that will put us In home about the 20th. There is no restric tion on the men here now, as we are allowed all the privilege any one would want Our camp is on Dale avenue three miles from town, the car line runs right by our camp, but ten cents looks to some ot our boys like a wagon wheel, but they go to town If they have to walk Base ball is all the go now, the only amusement the boys have. The Butler countv bovs are playing now. Company D has the crack team of the regiment. We defeated Company E from Hopklnavllletwo straights We played Company E ngaln at the base ball park up town Saturday for a f.io medal, Hie gate lee going 10 an tua noldier who came Irom Cub with us. He was employed there and'tbey don't give any one transportation here unless- - they went from the U S. He with us his name is Elsworth, says he fought under Morgan in the civil war. Well. I will close, tell my friend Fred Long that he is all right and I will do my utmost lor mm. Sleepless, Nervous, Lacked Ambition Never Without That Tired, Listless Feeling; Cured by The nerves of the human body act as messengers to convey to the brain Impressions ol outward effects, and to convey trom the brain to the muscles and organs nerve force or vital power. Without this vital power the heart, stomach, lungs, bowels, and all organs of the body would be unable to pertorm their functions and life would cease. When these messengers be came deranged or the supply of nerve lorce is depleted, the best remedy to restore them to their normal condition is Or Miles' Restorative Nervine. It creates a good appetite, gives refresh ing sleep, and cures that tired feeling. It acts on the nervous system, which controls all the processes of the body, toning it us into sound and vigorous action. It overcomes the excessive wasting: and nut back the lost flesh, Lester S Corbltt, Daubury, Conn , says; "Three years ago I was corn pletely run down, and was suffering constantly irom extreme nervousness I was never with and sleeplessness. out that tired feeling; my stomach, was In a. weak condition, audi was unable to eat the lightest food without having distressing pslus. Dys pepsla, and gss forming continually on my stomach made me most miser able. I had been treated by good doctors aud had taken a number ot advertised medicines, but to no avail. A druggist commended Dr Miles' Restorative Nervine and I tried it. Improvement began nt once, I continued takliiR the remedy In con. nection with Dr Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills, andfl soon felt like my old self again I can recommend the Dr. MiUs' Remedies as they restore my health." By bringing sound, refreshing sleep to the tired brain, soothing the Irritated nerves and creating good appetite, Dr Miles' .Restorative Nervine overcomes the excessive waste of the syitem and replaces what disease has robbed it of, It adds streagth to the vuni lorce anq assists nature to build up the woroout tissues, 'Ulght J ears of suffering from ner- - I WAS RUN DOWN, j and Was & Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. vous prostration, sleeplessness, gen-.(eral debility, headache, overwork and heart trouble, rendered my Hie most miserable. Hook all kinda of medU cine, employed physicians end adver. tlaed preparations, but none of them helped me. Finally I heard ol Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine and New Heart Cure and began using them, A few bottles of these wonderful med Icines were sufficient to braqe me up and they eventually restored me to good health." MRS, A.M Hanna. 781 Touawanda St , Buffalo, N Y. " Tiie brutal burning of the negro, Sam Hose, at Newnan, Ga., and the horrible mutilation of his body, both before aud after his death, has called forth the severest censure from the pulpit and press ot the nation. The blackest page in the history of the American Indians never exceeded in barbaric and savage cruelty this aw ful outrage. The rapist, black or white, north or south, should pay the penalty of his crime upon the gallows, and his penalty should comeswiit and sure, but death at the stake was to have passed out with paisage of the Indian until it was revived by Texas and Georgia. We recognize the problem with which the Southern sup-pos- ed Tracy Axton has just received his appointment as substitute' railway mail clerk, to take effect at once. He will go to Louisville tomorrow to reCleveland. O.. May 1. It isestl ceive Instructions from the chief clerk. mated that over 3,500 mechanics of Mr. Axton is a bright young man mis city win receive increased wages who won the position solely on his dating from today. Seven hundred merit Owensboro inquirer. machine molders get an advance of 10 per cent , ana tne stove plate molders Snakes tho Cats of tho Philip pines. receive like advance. The carpenters get cents more an hour. The The snakes are the professional rat union plumbers start the month with a straight $3 a day scale, a 25 cents catchers lu the Philippine archipela. houseadvance. The structural iron works go, and every ers get a 5 per cent, advance, and the hold must have Its snakes, "Nearly bricklayers work for 50 cents an hour all the older bungalows in Manila," a instead ot 45 cents per hour, as here correspondent writes, "possess what tofore. The plasterers receive a slight are called house snakes huge repIncrease, and the lathers' union mem- tiles, twelve or fourteen eet long and bers receive $ 1.50 per day Instead of as thick as a fireengin"e hose, that permanently reside In the roof and fa.oo. live on rats. These big creatures are If you have catarrh, don't dalty harmless and rarely, II ever, leave with local remedies, but purify and tbelr abodes. Judging from the noise enrich your blood with Hood's over my cloth celling, a pair of these pets find pasturage up above, and I 1 povir. It qnltU eoagiitloa; Uflsmostloo. draws on! ity It is a new plaster. A new tsmsdle. mitboda, 2i ed other plaster. Tht Triumph of Uoitra Utdleil Celiacs. Tht Pirftctaa Product of inn of TaUiatToU. Placed OTir tnt chut It ! a powsrful ail la Ajr"i Cbirrr Pie-tor- il la tht Uutaist of all throat anil lunjr affictlou. Placid orir the itomacb, It itopt muni and rotattlng) ovir tit bavtli. It control! crsaps and colic, PUoad erer tti imall of ttt back, it reraott all coogtiUoq from tU kidnija and grtU itnaatbiiif WMkaiM. combination of law Mid afttr asw Eatlrslr Batiks any SamploTroatmootFroo. A lla. J. aja Por sail by a'l DrufgUu, C. Ajtr C., LowiTl, Uaia, ""tV. A. U JIVMON. trial package ol Dr. Miles' favor. Ite treatment, conslstlugot Dr. Miles' Reatoratlve Nerviue. Dr. Miles' AntL Pain Pills and Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills wll be 'sent absolutely free of cost to any person who will send name and address ou a postalj card, requesting the samples, and mentioning name ot this pnper to Dr.. MIUs- - Medical Co., IJikluit Ind. ' I" fot mmi)i ttteawBaJweayn "SYn'nlTn'jqtp ' Courage and Strength in Times Vfead of Danger,' 4 Pounded Facts, Not Fulsome Flattery. r J Wlinte ver we say here or could nay at any other time concerning the goods mentioned In this advertisement wilt be sustained by the aitlcles themselves. We talk of tbem to tell yru ol their worthiness and beauty and when you see them you will admit that the story was but half told. We can not paint goodness of quality, loveliness of style with only type, paper nnd Ink, your eyes should behold the things themselves to appreciate the beauty thereof. We cordlslly Invite joutomakeatourol Inspection of this store Hud Hartford's greatest ahoppjng store will give you a full welcome. Mote our prices: New line of figured Dimities tleautiful line white And fancy Piques ioc Shrer line of Organdies ioc Solid Organdies ioc Hxqulslte line silk Ginghams 330 Home spun Linens (plain) ioc Fancy Linens 18c Kersey Suiting for Skirt ioc Indt Linens, sheer quality 5c Paris Muslin, two yards wide 75c Crinkled Mulls, latest for waists iO;jc Thirty-si- x Inch Terrals 6c Five hundred yards fancy Lawns 3 "4c Pretty Fans 3c, two for 5c Ladies' Veats SC sir for 25c Ladies' leather Belts, 25c quality 19c Good Dlack Stockings 5c Ladlca' fine lisle dropped stitch hose . . 35c or 3 prs. lor ft Sixty dczeu Ladies' 20c quality seamless black hose, as long as they last, two pairs for 25c Good summer Corsets 35c R. & G. short waist Corsets 85c Best Kid Gloves, all shades 1,00 J the warning between the lines. What is that warning? It is of the danger front the accumulation of badness in the blood, caused by the usual heavy living of the Winter months. Spring is the clearing, cleansing time of the year; the forerunner of ifie brightness and beauty of glorious summer. -- ! iac it 4 tt : Crlp-"8Ut- een weeks of grip mad m wiak, but after all li (tiled Hood's cured me. Lt.r I orerworked, and dripepal and canker In mouth and iiomacn Dotnered me. I took the 8mpa-rlll- a n It completely reitored m." anln Mil. KuzAizrn Fom, Exeter, N. II. Rheumatism -"- Mytelf and a friend both luOered from aerere attack of rheu mttlim. Hood' Saraaparilla cured both. W would not b without It." Wu. II. Lint. 83 Leomird St., Fall nirer. Mail. Head and Back " For one year pains In my back and head prerented my household dutlei. I took Hood' Hariapirllla and am a well woman. It alio cured tb (rip In our ftmllr." Mai. Mattic IIuiDcaiox, Cor.Flntand Tranklln Follow the principle that Nature lays down. Start In at once and purify your blood Kith that great specific, Hood's Saraaparllla. It nttcr disappoints, - f jj&mfo SaMafmitla I1- Hoott'i "m ob) nil car Utsr llli. th non-l- f fluting cub.mit to Uk with llood ftntpMJ)l t4 FOR THR MEN We continue to sell good heavy socks . , 5c Mice Suspender ioc Good Balbrlgan Underwear . ; 35c Beautiful line Ties jc to 50c Bigger line of Shirts than any .two houses In ". . . 35c to $1.00 Hartford show Good drill Drawers 20c, 2 pairs for 35c . . 35c Nice Straw Hats Good Crash Hats 25c Extra quality Sweaters 50c Shoes Good grala $1.00 Fine Dress Shoes $1.00 or 2 for 25c Latest style Collars 15c Neat Suit of Clothes $2.50 Summer Coats 50c to $5 00 ". v. t Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAY 5. Thirty to sixty per cent of the Quite a crowd ol Hartford people attended the funeral ol Mrs. G. J. questions ate theory and practice of teaching for the examination, to be Bean at Goshen last Sunday. held this calendar year will betaken Mr. and Mrs. W. S Dean, Dundee, from the books ot the Teachers' Readwere the guetti of family of Mr. W. ing Circle; and 20 to 50 per cent of II. Moore the first of the week. the questions on History, Civil GovMr. Noble Bean, Sulphur Springs, ernment and Geography will be taken was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. J, from current events. II. Thomas, the first ol the week. Mr. A. E. Pate has putchartd a Will sell you a set ol Chairs at complete outfit of jeweler's Instru$i 50, cane seat Chairs $3.00 per set. ments and fixtures and is now pre Carson & Co. pared to doany and all kinds of jewel We have a handsome line fancy ry work, repairing clocks, watches, Parasols and Sun Shades, both In etc. Mr. Pate Is strictly sober and honest and well merits the confidence black end colors. R. T. Collins. and favors of the public. He does We have just received another fine good work and gives entire satisfaclot of Crepous in black for skirts and tion. dresses. Carson & Co. Supt. H. V. McCheaney, of Living, We have just received another as- stone county, was here Monday look sortment of Silk and Madras Skitts. ing after his inteiest in the political Call and see them. R. T. Collins. field for the Democratic nomination Prof, Mrs. J. L. Rowe and little daugh- for Supt. of Public Instruction. ter, Lubble, left yesterday for Leltch- - McChesney spoke to a very small field. They will be absent about one crowd at me court Mouse, lie is a very pleasant fellow, but too short month. to reach the plum with a no. C Wila, Dr. D. E. Miller and wile, ot lis in the field after him, he would Ky"., have been visiting relahardly be known in the final contest. tives and friends near town for severTuesday night, Maude Carter came al days. before Judge Miller and swore out a Miss Georgia Bell, Bulord, and Mrs. warrant for Henry Malln, whom she Henry Austin, Beaver Dam, are the charges with detaining her against guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Herrlns-thi- s her will. The girl is only fourteen week. years old and was taken from the poor You should hear Sam Jones because house by Matin about 10 years ago. he is without an imitator, and you Deputy Sheriff Claude Stevens arrest may never have another opportunity ed Malln Wednesday and brought to hear him. him to Hartford, where he gave bond Miss Mary Goodloe, who has been for his appearance before Judge Mill visiting Mrs. Jennie McIIenry for er,May ioth,when he will be given an sometime.returned to her home in Af-- examining trial. The parties live at Mcilenry. ton,Va., Tuesday. Kut-taw- CI1II I m m M JONES The greatest Evangelist of tho age and most popular lecturer on the? American plat form, will deliver his famous lecture on H07ELT1ES M BUT MUM I In Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dress Goods, &c, at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Every article carrying with itself the convincing proof that in its purchase you are saving money. In no previous season have wo been able to collect an assortment so well adapted to tho wants and requirements of our patrons. If you are asking yourself where you can buy the best and cheapest this season, this is an opportunity that will be considered as a fortunato experience in your life. Come and look at our goods. They will please you. Wo will sell you: Good heavy domestic . 5c Good bleach cotton 4c Good calico from . 3c to 5c Nice dress ginghams . 5c Nice apron check ginghams. 36 in. percals . 36 in. percals, better grade.. 7)c 36 in. percals, best grade . . ioc Nice pique . . .I2jic, worth 15c 27 in. Scotch lawns 50 White and figured dimities . , to 15c Good shirting cottons 5c Best shirting cottons , . 7c, c. worth Good cottonade ioc Best cottonade . . . 15c Straw mattings . , , . 20c Floor oil cloth Table oil cloth . . . 20c Good bed ticking (holds feathers). 15c Good turkey red table linen.. 15c Good white table linen . . . 25c Men's cotton socks 5c Ladles' hose, black or tan . . 5c Ladles' belts ioc to 25c Men's undershirts 20c Men's best undershirts, 35c worth 50c. Men's drill drawers, 20c . worth 25c. ,.-,c "Th. Mis if 1 II," ... ... ... 6c and Sow to Win at the ... ... 7c 8f If fit IfI W -- in- TF0ID.KK. j on .... ... ... ... .i2cto 22c iscto Coy's knee pants 25c Doy's suits 65c Men's sujts...3.oo, worth $5.00 Men's better sults.ls. worth 7.50 Men's fine suits, 1 10, wot th 12.50 Ladles' fine shoes, $ 1.25, worth Ji 50. Ladles' Gneshoes.bntton or lace $1.00, worth $2 50. Ladies' tan shoes, button or lace $2.50. Ladies' black slippers 50c Ladles' black slippers . . . 75c Ladles' tan slippers. . . . $(.25 Children's shoes and slippers ' from 25c to $1.50, Men's straw hats. . , . . . 25c Boy's strnw bats . . , 5c to 50c Men's linen hats . . . 20c to 50c Men's and boy's caps, 20c to 50c Men's heavy shoes $1.00 Men's fine shoesfi.ss.worthi.so ... .... ! Our Gent's Furnishings are Always the Latest. Inquire at our Store and you will get the. proper thing. order of the day. Our line of Wool Carpets, Mattings, Floor OH Cloth, Lace Curtains, Plain and Fancy Scrims, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, should interest you. Call and get our prices; sure to please you. t f . -- I Kotiee - -- Ladies. - -- 5Sftft S Come to hear Sam Jones, May 23. Ladles, ask to see our handsome Mr, J. H. Stewart, Select, was here line Piques, Dimities, Muslin, Organ. dies and all other Wash Goods.- Monday. R. T. Coluns. Field's 'bus meets all trains at Mr. and Mrs. W. C Bennett, Beda, Beaver Dam. it- made us a pleasant call Tuesday. Everything new in Straw Hats at Mr. Bennett is postmaster and a mer Carson & Co's. chant at Beda, and a very pleasant Mr. Z. W. Shultz, Narrows, was gentleman. here Monday. Messrs. Shelby and A. C Taylor Sam Jones will be here May 23. and Sheriff Stevens are In Louisville Don't forget it. this week attending the Sam Jones meetings, Derby and Buffalo Bill's Mr. J. W. Magan, Sulphur Springs, great show. was In town Monday. If in need oi enlarged portraits, call Mr. H. D. Hunt, of Beaver Dam, at Schroeter's Floating Studio and see was in town yesterday. wimples and prices on best grades only. Mr. H. P. Taylor was in Louisville His place of business is headquarters on legal business this week. tf lor such work. Linen Suits for men $2.00, Linen No one can afford to tnlss the Sam Pants 50c at Carson & Co's. Jones lecture. It will be the greatest Mrs. M. S. Ragland is visiting rel- treat of 1899 in Hartford. For a trill you can hear the most popular lee atives at Rosine this week. America. Farming implements of all kinds, turer in Field & Son have secured an extra for sale by Henry Field & Son. stable and now have ample room to Sec our line of Mens' Belts. They accommodate all their customers. R. T. Collins. are beauties. The politest attention and the best of We sell Bedsteads at $1.50 and Oak feed for your horses. Carson & Co. Dressers $7.00. D. It. Frantz's "wonderful show"at Mr. Ben D. Ringo went to Louis the court house Thursday night conWednesday. sisted of a little commonplace screen vllle Monday.retnrnihg forget to bring In your Wool, work and. a good deal of wheezy phoDon't nography. He caught butew suckers. Feathers and Hams. Carson & Co. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Pate, Slaugh-teisvllGoto Westerfield & Miller's for were guests of friends in and chickens. frest meats, lard, bacon Hartford the first ot the week. They Miss Etta Stroud, ot Central City, have many friends here who are alvisited relatives at Render last Sun- ways glad to meet and welcome them day. to their firesides. Messrs. W. J. Rowe and Joseph The greatest picnic of the season Reld, of Render, were in town yesterwill be given at the Fair grounds, In day. Hartford, June 24th, by the Masonic Rev. G. J. Bean will preach at Lib- Fraternity, The Hartford lodge is erty church the second Sunday in made up of men of energy and pnsh May. and being so we may justly expect a Mr. E. P. Neal went to Prentls Mon- great affair. day to see his mother, who Is seriousAttorney R. R. Wedding, of Hart ly ill. ford, who taught school in this coun Messrs. Sam Cox, Jr., and Pearl ty for more than twenty years, will Tweeddell went to Render Sunday on have a of his pupils at old bicycles. Salem church, near Rosine, some time Mr. P. W. Tabor, Sulphur Springs, in Tuly, 1899. The time and program was a pleasant caller at this office for the occasion will be published in due time. yesterday. le, Mr, E. E. Rogers, ot near Cromwell, recently presented us with a most remarkable cereal growth. It is a peculiar growth of corn, three large, sound ears and one nuben growing Ing within one and the same shuck. It has long been known that Mr. Rogers was without a peer in the wheat threshing sphere, but no one hardly dreamed that nature would ever be so kind as to bless the fruits of his labor in cereal field so abun dantly. As the shades of evening of April 28th, were falling round about the little village oi Horse Branch and all nature hushed In silence, the spirit of Mrs, R. A. Miller winged its way to the home of the blessed. About five days belore her death she was suddenly taken with meningitis. She con tinually grew worse until the end came. Mrs. Miller was a noble enris-tlan woman, a falthfnl wife, a devoted mother and neighbor whom everybody held in hlghesi esteem. Messrs. M. X. Heavrin, F. L. Felix' and Henry Field have been appointed aS delegates to State Commercial Convention, which convenes in Louis ville, May 29th, at ti a. m. The purpose of the State Convention is to promote the material prosperity of the whole State of Kentucky, uniting all ot our forces the Farmers,thcMer-chants- , the Manufacturers and all other good citizens, Irrespective of polit ical associations, State or National, in a strong effort for the advancement oi the test interests of the whole Com monwealth. I'ttegittf MAY vraifl, 23. Men's fine shoes . $2. worth 2.50 Men's fine tan shoes,$3.5o,wotth $5.00. Men's double front overalls.. 45c Men's cottonade pants, 50c worth 75c Men's blue cottonade pants,4oc, worth 50c Men'afineshoeiJi.so.worth 1 75 No man or woman in reach of Hartford can afford to neglect so We cannot mention every article we have, but would like for you to come and see us and get prices on our goods. We are confident that we can and will save you money, if you will only give us an opportunity. We will pay you the highest market price for your Eggs, Feathers, Wool and Ginseng. great a treat. Father, mother, remember that many men ot tame date the rising ot their own hopes of usefulness with the inspiration imbibed from speeches of great men. Very truly yours, 3"- - IEL cSs Hartford, Kentucky. HF1! Co., Remember we want your Wool, your Feathers, your Eggs you get highest market prices at our store. r - Hartford Temple of Fashion, FAIR &CO., Prop'rs. A JLA J.t.fV.H-.-vv"JlJlJ- l i 1 Mr. Jones comes under the auspices of the Woman's Club of Hartford. Bead about it; think about it; talk it up and COME. This may be your last opportunity to bear Sam Jones. General Admission, 60c. mt-m- NEEDS MUST BE MET. No matter the condition whether times of peace or periods of war the needs of the home must be supplied. There's never any cessation in the wants that arise, and it's of the utmost Importance thai you expend this money where public safety is assured where every article you purchase gives back the fullest values. Those who desire to make the season an economical one, should closely In- veitlgate the many claims we make that this is' the satisfactory store. : 1 n 'a 1 t I I ( t t f ,tol DON'T PAIL TO COME. SOLDIERS' RETURING. frnvtrtmiintfrnTTrt-- n 1 1 m myttfa . Farmer's Attention! We have on hand the Horse Shoe Brands of 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. Wolcomo to tho Soldlora of Co. D by tho Cltlzons of Hartford and Ohio county In recognition of the valiant service rendered by the members oi the 3d Ky. Volunteers in the recent un pleas antness between the United States and Spain, and to show the esteem in which the members and officers of Co. D, of said regiment ,are held by their friends In Hartlora and Obiacounty, and to show the patriotic spirit of our people, a meeting is called for Friday night, May 5th, 1899, at the court house, to make? preparations for the home-corning of the soldier boys. Every citizen oi Hartford and surrounding country Is earnestly urged to be present to offer suggestions and assist In prepar lug a program for their reception and entertainment on returning. It Is right that we should meet and show our appreciation oi these young men wGo, in obedience to their coun. try's call, left home and friends to go out and engage in the uncertainties of war. Let nvery citizen make arrangements to be at the coutt house by 8 o'clock on Friday nigbtt May 5th. Respectfully, s STEAMING INTO PORL Yon're in a safe harbor, from a .price and quality standpoint, when yon're anchored in our new spring stock. The styles are there the high quality is there the low prices you've been looking for, are there. There's everything that makes your shopping pleasant there's every induces ment that will cause yon to buy, and that will bring yon India Linens 4c to back again. Ginghams 5c to 30c. Lawns 4c to 15c. Imported Organdies and Mulls, anything yon want in Linen and Woolen Dress Goods. Hocker Yv &j Co. Mrs. Utta (James) Hudson, wife ot James A. Hudson, of near Cromwell, died at her home, April 27th. Mrs. Hudson bad been in ill health for several years, but endured Buffering and pain remarkably until a compli cation of diseases overcame her ema dated body and claimed its return to mother earth. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M, James, of Se lect A noble christian woman has gone to her eternal rest. Her remains were interred In the Smith graveyard near Select, Friday afternoon. The Tub County Officers. Republican extends condolence to S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n Board Trustees. the bereaved family and friends. Mr. J. B. Blankenshlp, of near Beaver Dam, is the owner of a ten months-olcalf which has but two feet. During the Intense cold weath erof the late winter the calf's feet were frozen. Its hind feet came off at the first joint and it now appears that its fore feet will come off at the first jolutalso. This unfortunate llttlebrute goes about grazing from day today on two feet and the atnbbs of its hind legs, the bones of the lower joints of which protude three?? four inches from the skin. Notwithstanding the unfortunate circumstances with which it must battle'the calf is healthy and doing reasonably well. d , isc Economical Housewives, Economical housewives will be interested In the many new ideas and reasonable prices being shown in the items that are necessities in the home. It's only a matter of coming to us for any of these items, if you desire to make the least outlay,bring the fullest returns. Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Curtain Fotes, Sheetings and Mattings. CAPTURED! Labor and trouble. "We Have Mot the Enemy and They Are Ours" High Prices, Hard We have come to the Fanner'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. Farmers, before buying elsewhere, come and examine our Urge stock of Implements of every description. Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, Wagons, &c, &c. Col. G, W. Bain will lecture at col Miss Nola Her went to Rockport yesterday to visit relatives and will lege hill in Beaver Dam, Friday even Ing, May 12, subject "The Safe Side return Sunday. ol Life for' Youag Men," Col. Bain Mrs. E. F. Hocker and son, Clyde, has a reputation of being one of the of Leltchfield.spent Sunday with rela- best lecturers on the platform. His tives at Render. theme is excellent and doubtless will Keith's little daughter, be handled well. Mr. Ma-li- n Laura, has meningitis 'at her home will Rev. J. W. Vallandlngham near Horse Brauch. preach at the Baptist church in Hart- D.antr 1 Blo Clean blood mean, a cleaa (kin. No it. CuctrtU, Ctody Ctuu-ti- e blood and keep it clean, by clttn tirrinj up tb Uiy liver and dri-l- Dj all im puritic from the body, liefin tolay to banlih plmpl.., boili, blotch., blekhd, and that iicklr bilioua complexion by taking Catctret, b.uty for ten cent. All drug. lilt., utitf action guaranteed, 10c, S Jo. 60c. Dp. huty without your 1 . Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. Williams 34 & Williams, BBAVBR DAM, KENTUCKY, County Court Notos. G D. Royal road suit Repot t of Commissioners quashed. Marshall Duggln road suit alias (or land owner and continued. J C. Herrel road suit Pendleton Tyro appointed to open road. S. A. Bratcher filed petition for new road leading from ljik Creek and Centertown road to Hartford and Point Pleasant road, A. B. Tlchenor filed petition for new road leading from the Hartford and Point Pleasant road to Knott 1 Ferry on Rough river, The will of David Gentry, deceased, was admitted to probate and record. CUKE A COLD III OHK BAT w.1 T .Y.tluj. RrnniA Otilntne Tab The will of Mrs, Iiabelle, Kzell was Itts. All druggists refund money if offered tor probate and continued for It talis to cure. 35c. ino gcuumc uu exceptions. Wni. I. Ashby qualified ss tf L. B. Q. on each tablet. oi Uyron Tlchenor, de ceased, m .i it T Car Coiutlpolloa Vocarar, 0udr OtUiutla. 10a or Sla. Tit CmcuiU eon, arujgUu rrao4 111007. It O, O. C. U la S Col. C M, Barnett came down from ford next Sunday morning and evenLouisville yesterday to spend a few ing at the regular hours. Let every body come out to hear him. The last days with his family. delivered here was considered a, sermon Dr. D. E. Miller, formerly ol one of his best. May we not expect Ky has located at Sulphur another good one. Springs in this county. Mhrrlagos. We have just received a carload of For the very best tonsorlal work, and UerbyEnsor, 19, Hartford, to Mary call on Bulllngtou, the barber. He Plows, Harrows, Cultivators Drills of the best make to be had and Allen, 16, Narrows. has elegant quarters, the best of tools, are nreiiaredto savevou monev on John II Smith, 33, Fordsvllle, to tf all kinds of machinery. Call and see Nannie Shreve, at, Trlsler. and will fix you up in style. us before buying. Agents for Btumfield, 34, Jingo, to Addle S. the King of harvesting May S. Fle'.den, 14, Jingo. I machinery. James E. Armstrong, 36, Wester.Henry Field & Son. field, to JennleGarrett, 33, Taffy. Mr G, S. Fitzhugb, Dundee, gave W. M. Loney, j. Ma gan, to Emus a pleasant call Saturday and paid mer Howard, 38, Magan. A. R Renfrow, 28 Dundee, to Ora up lils subscription to the Rbpobu can to the end of the present century. L. Duke, 20, 1'alo. Thomas Burton, 53, Cromwell, to Mr. Fitzhugh has had experience in newspaper business and knows Mrs. Hunnan Lcacn, 34, uroruwci). the Z Wayne GtlQin, 29, Hartford, to that a subscriber who does not pay up Attye Austin, 20, weaver uam. regularly becomes a financial burden Cbas, L. Fnlkerson, 35, Echols, to to the publisher. Bernlce Fnlkersou, 2itKcnois. W. F, Hays, 35, Grayson countv,to The Floating Studio will leave Nora Sorrels, 23, Haitfurd. Hartford about the first week in May, Ed. D. Ward, 24, Hartlord.to Llllle and go to Rochester and will remain Crabtree, 19, Beaver Dam. there three weeks; then to Paradise . ten, days; then to Rockport, and for from Rockport we will make stops at The funeral of Mrs, Sarah E.."Byer, Ceralvo.Smallbouse KltUey's Landing and Point Pleasant. If in need of deceased, wilt be pieached at Shlloh Enlarging in best grades oaly, wait church on the fourth Sunday In this for us , Remember onr Photo Buttons month. Funeral services conducted by Rer. J. V McDonald, of Geeavllle. are the fad of the day. Kut-tsw- The wages of over 3 500 mechanics In Cleveland have been Increased, Four th6usand coal miners In the Birmingham district, Alabama, have been granted an Increase of ayi cents a ton, and 6,000 others will receive a similar advance. Ex, &' WHEN IPS SPRING snn-shl- How To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gain a tetmtl m tfay by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION. It Is strange, but it often happens. Somehow the ounce produces the pound t It seems to start the digestive machinery going properly, so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food, which he could not do before, and that is the way the gain Is made. A certain amount of Resh Is necessary for health t If you have not got It you can get It by taking Best Goods LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN! ny You naturally think of new Spring Suits. Bright days and good clothes groove in handsomely together. You never feel just right in the suit that's left over it's just a little ofl color for style, and a little the worse for wesr. If you'll note the prices we ask yon tor our good clothing, you'll not hesitate. Three styles we qnote yon three winners. You'll find just what pleases you. It will be handsomely tailored, too, in that stylish, manner. 'Twill be a suit that will set the pace plump values each, at the price, S3, $10 and I12. Don't fail to see us. - Calico, 3c and up. Ginghams, 5c and 6c. Best Lawns,3ic. Fine Dress Goods 8c to 15o Ladies Pine Shoes SI and up. Men's Good Shoes $1 and up. Bring your produco and givo mo a trial. CARSON & CO. HartFord, Ky. 1 Fifj yj Funral. Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman, who would wla success in life. This being conceded, It is of first Importance to get your twining at the school that stands In the very front rank, ' & Stratton ?ShQ A Business gdae&tion Bryant J.OUIHVII.I.E, Y JRffA wi V W. C. Bennett, Boda, Ky. ,. H K Wu HMhl In mmtt OT SOOK-K88PIN- WW VTMMH W"J wkmtnftm SOWWJ. Obral-- u. jo. u4 SCOTT !., rildAwbu. ri'iW Mm Vark. ) Seven experienced teachers, each oae a sjUcUJUt la SHORTHAND, his line. Graduates of this college preferred by bus. J tes ness houses. Write for a beautiful book glv! TELEGRAPHY, timonials irora graduates occupying prominent poamona ait ov 8 United States It will be mailed to you FR I! U. G, HUIUCKI, Easiness Qollg, m aMl'i.'i '" - Ali CONSUMPTION The Wonderful Doctor Slocum System of Treatment is Demonstrating Every Day to the Entire Civilized World, that Consumption is Curable. Com'th vs William Sheffield. Com'th vs Same. Com'th vs Same. . FRIDAY, MAY 5. Com'th vs Same. Com'th vs R P Her. Com'th vs Same. BAR1 DOCKET. 3598, Com'th vs Same. Ohio Circuit Court, May Torm, 3618, Com'th vs Lee Her, , 3619, Com'th vs Zeke Graves. 1809. 3620, Com'th vs Elsie Gray. srcoVjd day, may 16, 1899 3671, Com'th vs Will Glover. Hartford Republican. 3605, 3606, 3607, 3608, 3596, 3597, DQ YOU VANT TO MAKE MONEY? TWICE-A-WEE- Kl nr.Kic guaranteed We want intelligent, huatleng rep resentatlves to handle the most beau tlful and popular line ol fast seelllng 810 10 aaa 1T.11 10 (enls. Messsagsr EDITION) THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CURED. By Special and Particular Arrangement, Four Free Preparations, Embracing the Complete Slocum System, May be Obtained by Every Reader of This Paper. $ 'J! - I,,, u 1 -- iBllllll'? Im g? ? iiiiiBHMr vr ilfr"L 11 7w xSsPSIr !- TiVi r iBBl I ."-"-- " "H1 1 vRMt ' I iH . BTaftB. bbbbba r, v.'lif5 , "iiii'if - rrlg v W '"iL 1 I1 B 3665, Com'th vs Cicero King. 3108, Com'th vs Wo Harden. 3109, Com'th vs Same. 3141, Com'th vs Harlln Leisure. 3179, Com'th vs John St. Clair. 3180, Com'th vs Same. 3183, Com'th vs Thos. Ross. 3208, Com'th vs Led Farris. 3289, Com'th vs Hiram Stewart. 3298, Com'th vs Ellis Roach, &c. 3347, Com'th vs Tom Berryman. 3348, Com'th vs Same. 3349, Com'th vs Same. 3350, Com'th vs Same. 3351, Com'th vs Same. 3368, Com'th vs Robert Arbucltle. 3384, Com'th vs Robt. Dehait. 3374, Com'th Robt. Arbuclcle. 3391, Com'th vs Henry Carter. 3392, Com'th vs Same. 3414, Com'th vs Elvis Blankenshlp. 3415, Com'th vs Same. 3427, Cojn'th vs Dock Knight. 3433, Com'th vs G W Kendall. 3452, Com'th vs Tom Carson. 3454, Com'th vs Geo A Coppage. 3463, Com'th vs Same. 3470, Com'th vs Geo Wolfe. 3475i Com'th vs Ves Greer. 3477, Com'th vs McHenry Griffin. Com'th vs Davis Gravel Road Co. 3480, Com'th vs Jordan Evans. 3461, Com'th vs Shoate Render. 3482, Com'th vs Geo Poole. THIRD DAY, MAY 17, 1899. 3485, Com'th vs Lem Curtis. 3486, Com'th vs Same. 3437, Com'th vs Same. 3488, Com'th vs Same. 3489, Com'th vs Same. 3621, 3622, 3623, 3625, Com'th vs Ed Armond. ocum.il Consumption d curable. Tbe dlscorerjr has ben made, perfrcttd, triumphantly toted and Riven to the world br the eminent American medical expert-speciali- st Dr. T. A. Slocum. The Slocum 8ystera Is a thorough complete and comprehensive System of Treatment consisting of Four distinct Preparations. Combined, tbejr represent tbe actual annlhllator or Consumption, courhs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, weakened and n systems, anemic conditions, laryngitis, grippe and its serious after effects. Pint The Slocum System kills and drives out of the human system every dent b dealing germ, thereby rendering It auceptlble to responsive treatment. Second It Introduces a building up, fat. food, which retenlng. strength-restorin- g tissues and brings stores the disease-waste- d andlungs into active, healthy use. the throat a Com'th vs Fred Daniel. Com'th vs R E Her. Com'th vs R P Iler. ' 362(1, Com'th vs Same. 3627, Com'th vs Same. 3635, Com'th vs Ras TUford. 3636, Com'th vs W J Sheffield. 3637, Com'th vs Joe Pearce &c. 3638, Com'th vs Ben .Burgess. 3639, Com'th vs JoeTichenor. 3640, Com'th vs Nctter Gilstrap. 1'IPTll day, may 19, 1899. 3641, Com'th vs Netter Gilstrap. 3642, Com'th vs Same. 3643, Com'th vs Tom Schrotder. 3644, Com'th vs Willis Harl. 3650, Com'th vs I. C R. R. Co. 3652, Com'th vs Bob Daniel. 3653, Com'th vs Sol Kahn. 3678, Com'th vs Tom Griffin. 3654, Com'th vs Bud Gentry. 3656, Com'th vs R P Iler. 3657, Com'th vs Joseph Embry. 3659, Com'th vs Willis Harl. 3661, Com'th vs Robt Dehart. 3662, Com'th vs I. C. R. R. Co. 3663, Com'th vs Same. 3664, Com'th vs Same. 3666, Com'th vs Cicero Klnf . 3668, Com'th vs Henry Fleldew. 3669, Com'th vs Ben Rial. 3670, Com'th vs Rial & Baltzell. 3672, Com'th vs J Edwin Rowe. 3673, Com'th vs Moses Hudson. 3674, Com'th vs I. C. R. R. Co, books nnd Bibles every issued by any quick sellers, low house. retail prices, liberal terms and fair dealing are the inducements we offer. Credit given and lrelghts paid. We want you with us. Write us by re turn mall, THE HUDGINS PUB. CO., 44 Kelser Building, Atlanta, Ga, G. A. R. Lm .V.1II.I ill m aeVJa Tho Owensboro (TWICBiAsWHHK V H aLm. 1 B H bTJK UlsKY WOODSON, Editor, Mooting. At our regular meeting on Saturday, May 6th, 1899, flags will be distributed to decorate the graves of fallen comrades and the places where services are to be held will be named. Any neighborhood where soldiers are bulled desiring services will please let us know on above date. Wm. A. Carson, Com. J C. Ciiaudrrlain. Adj't. Tho Kind You llnvo Always Bought, nnd which Iins been tn uso for oer 00 yours, lias uorno tho slgnnturo of nnd hns hocn mado under his ncr- f Bonnl supervision slnco IU lnfhncy. jL&JW,?jft ivtfTy. CcCA4ti Allow no ono to docotvo you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations mid Substitutes arc but that triflo Ailth nnd endanger tho health of InfUuts nnd Children Exncrlcnco ngolust Experiment. Will be sent to any address until the Democratic State Convention for ONLY 15 CENTS. Will keep you posted upon all phases of the Governor's race and State cam. palgn. Lively every Issue! Address, enclosing 15 cents In stamps or coin. f7 THEMESSEGER, 41 Owensboro, Ky. Woman Should Know It. Third It stops at once all catarrhal and mucous discharges and kills the couth. Fourth It provides a true tonic Influence, which Invigorates and stimulates, vitalizes all weak spots and brings the entire system back to a healthy normal condition. Best of all, this glorious discovery Is yours for the asking By a special arrangement made with the Doctor, readers ol this paper mayobtain the Four rreparationsmaklngup the complete Slocum System, as illustrated above by sending their complete names, nostolHce and eiprcss addrees to the Slocum Laboratories. 03 and 03 Pine Street, New York, being sure to mention this paper. Editorial KM i. Write to the Doctor today, ask his ad Vice, and be will give you the benefit of his years of experience. Don't delay, bat send your full name, postofHce and express address to Pr T, A. Slocum, 08 Tine , and be sure to say Street, New York that you read this i uwuos offerln this paper. 3490, Com'th 3491, Com'th 3492, Com'th 3493, Com'th 3494, Com'th 34951 Com'th 3500, Com'th 3501, Com'th Com'th 3667, Com'th 3503, Com'th 3504, Com'th 3502, 3505, Com'th 3506, Com'th 3507, Com'th 350S, Com'th 3509i Com'th Vav k BrCVUSf I SOB BWVYYJJtiY MiMlelvpfiO fcfcai ffode! $20 $35. nllYlXf, Com'th Com'th M Likens. 3512, Com'th vs Same. 3513, Com'th vs M Likens. 3514, Com'th vs Same. 3515, Com'th vs Same. 3516, Com'th vs Same. 3510, 351 1, 3517, Com'th vs Same. 3518, Com'th vs Same. 3519, Com'th vs Same. vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs Same. v Same. Same, Same. Same. Same. E A Whit!. Same. Same. Foster Gross &c, E A White. Same. Same. Same. Same. Same. Same. Same. Many women sutler untold agony and misery because the nature of their disease is not correctly understood. They have been led to believe that womb trouble or female weak ness of some sort Is responsible for the many Ills that beset womankind. Neuralgia, nervousness, headache, puffy or dark circles under the eye, rheumatism, a dragging pain or dull ache in the back, weakness or bear, sensation profuse or scanty supply of urine with strong odor, frequent desire to pass It with scalding or burning sensation, sediment in it alter standing in bottle or common glass for twenty-fou- r hours, are signs of kidney and bladder trouble. The above symptoms are often attributed by the patient herself or by SIXTH DAY, MAY 20, 1 899. her physician to female weakness or 3675, Com'th vs Tom Smith. womb tronble. Hence, so many fall 3676, Com'th vs C M Smith. to obtain relief, because they are 3677, Com'th vs Henry Vldlto. treating, not the disease itself, but a 3679, Com'th vs I. C. R. R. Co. reflection of the primary cause, which 3680, Com'th vs Same. is the kidney trouble. 3681, Com'th vs Geo Medcalf. In fact, women as well as men are 3682, Com'th vs A R Ollef. made miserable with kidney and blad3683, Com'th vs John Moore. der trouble and both need tbe same 3684, Com'th vs John Patton. remedy. 3GS5, Com'th vs Alonzo Wells. is the Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t 36S6, Com'th vs Frank Wade. great discovery ol tbe eminent kidney 3687, Com'th vs Wm Southard. and bladder specialist, and is easy to 3685, Com'th vsLon Johnson. get at any drug store for fifty cents A copy. Attest: or one dollar. S. A. Andbrsoh, Clerk. To prove Its wonderful merits you Taa Brat PreMrtptlea for Chill may have a sample bottle and book and Fever is a bottle of Grovt's Tast-les- s telling all about it, both sent absoChill Tonic Never falls to cure; lutely free by mall. Kindly mention then why experiment with worthless Hartford Refotucan and send imitations? Price, 50c address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingup m A farmer near Noblesvllle, Ind., 52 ham ton, N. Y. years of age, has never had teeth, and A New England coal miner was all four of his children are toothless. troubled with a pain In his back and ing-dow- n Cttttorln is n subttltuto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops ftnd Soothing' Syrups. It is HarnilcsM nnd Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic unbalance. Its ago Is Its fjunnrntco. it destroyH "Worms nnd allays Pet erlshncs. It cures) DIarrhosn nnd "Wind Colic. It relieves 7001111111; Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Plntulcucy. It nsslmllatci tho Food, regulates tho Stomach mid Howcls, ghlug healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Pricad. What is CASTORIA TBI) LOSEi ... ail an ealTt It Salr a uad It's a havar not iinlsoa fane Dmssiata er rr ma.V. in uls, bes k.a Af?AVM ."-- - OtANT OHKMICAl, CO, . nuo uaerrr M i Tf-l- aal urtaaillaitaa Aaai tw lul MaaaaS . n ka- al aV. trMUti. Uia kaMt. rvavkUUiitt N.ufrii ' NBUfM "- - tiBaf GENUINE CASTORIA Bears tho Signatuxo of .iiri r"'' fl I j1 J Lb , s VriTaflLV I m ALWAYS ..aavJH afl 1 vi jT aiBHaioViMa ifkKvr MllafjVl.l( wsvwaa wa - am r Kl i;.Ji ' The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over affc&i 30 Years. T. ( ASK RUNNING A- K5 vtrurf trjrv &. DIP. uTnaoiaraaiiaif nvim natlMlll. HI BllWllt. unalir haHlalatla U lboa.SU. ftaaatj (V, tsaaafls mf rtn4 Umi, Mm rt aX ATTORNEY-AT- - DR.OTD3r. LA W, lOBII-II.I.K, UKflTUUMI--. Will practice bis profession In all the courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special a to leniion given 10 collections, utnee-nez- t door to Post Office. J. EDWIN KOWS. r. u mux. Rowe & Felix, HENRY FIELD & SON - TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all pas- HARTFORD. KY. Will practice In the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en. trusted to our care. Office in Herald build in j. 8HELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at Law, senger trains at Beaver Dam. HARTI'ORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adiolninc counties Land Court of Appeals. Special atten tion given to all assignments in bank, NICE VEHICLE AWD GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. ruptcy. HI. For these PRICES." We want good agents in every town in Kentucky to represent us. If we have no agent in your locality write U3 for TERM. STATE AGENTS "POPULAR WHEELS" at "POPULAR Beustt UflUUt OASTORXA. hnyt st TM Kerf Tw Hin BatiM I m aw iAm 5Ss-tfr 3520, Com'th vs Same. 3522, Com'th vs Same. 3523, Com'th vs Same. 3524, Com'th vs Same 3525, Com'th vs Addle Austin, 3526, Com'th vs Same. Our own manufacture, up to date in every particular, strictly high grade. No handsomer machine built. We want good agents 3527, Com'th vs Same. to represent us In every city in the United States. 3528, Com'th vs Same. 3529, Com'th vs Same. 3535i Com'th vs Warren CundifF. We always carry a lull and complete line of sundries. 3531, Com'th vs Same. Buying direct from the manufacturers, we are enabled 353i Com'th vs Same. to quote the very lowest prices. 3533, Com'th vs Same. 3538, Com'th vs Jack Baker. Socond Hand Whools 3539i Com'th vs John O' Brian. Write for 3540, Com'th vs Jim Burnes. bargain 3541, Com'th vs James Guy. Manufacturer and jobber, sheet. 3553. Com'th vs Tom Engler. Always interesting to read. 1,01'INVILI.L, 1IY. 3544, Com'th vs Same. 3546, Com'th vs Dan Hlnes &c. 3548, Com'th vs Bud Heflln. 3550, Com'th vs Ben Rial. 3552, Com'th vs Tlnk Harlln. 3554, Com'th vs R T Collins. Com'th vs Jes Balrd &c. . 400 ol lb fatuous. IroqUOlS Model 3 BwrtlM 3557 3560, Com'th vs John O'Brlan. IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED Im tirUtlf biUt tnd w hv bouh Ibt tatir plant i4 fr(d 3561, Com'th vs Tlak Harlln. t4 ftt SO Irjuo tU n U 4 vllkr. Willi il rut" IIHoiUt SCO. a Bi t 3562, Com'th vs Same. cjelw tiulit4Mit aoupUlfl, Mad to at M our builnau kaa eobtltitlsii to Mil lkM 4W ai il what nd nuk the ntMfliu ll y Han., at, ffr t4 lidl S 3563, Com'th vs Ras Warner &c. lROQUOI8BICVCUEktSia.UbHUrU.IThktla famous rtttncU j trf hr t i brtut j bh4 iomI qailtt j 3564, Com'th vs Chas Crusath. b lroqMi Hudl I loo wU knows wftwil nrCPDItlTnil ftdUilidMerlt,UttBit SbklbrlKlM ihbIhi ULOunlrlUll 3566, Com'th vs James Gray. ra&k. dUchtbl iDrocktla kick inwa, labina? Innrovad A St. Louis man committed suicide by putting a rubber tube into a barrel of whiskey and filling himself beyond went to the doctor about it. The doc tor looked him over and took four inches of knife blade out of him. He had been stabbed in the back eight years before and the blade had broken ofi. They also keep a iirst- - class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will have especial attention. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special atten. Hon given to collections. attorney at Law Iff. L. HEAVRIN, J. S.R. Wedding, ai-jjuxtrt FIU? 2r fl AJ SOK. frop'rs. "Ysa.We Have Anivad." $35. 0$eed, $35. the limit. Wanted-- An Fullfllllng Plodgos. President McKlnley's admistratlon has opened the mills, while the mints grind along at their accustomed swing. Money is plentler, wage conditions have Improved, few men are idle from necessity and the hum of Industry is the sweetest sound that greets the working man nnd lulls him to his rest. A lot ot Bourbon county, Ky., cattle went into a tobacco barn for shelter and twenty of them died from eat ing the tobacco. rrotect year krls Writ JOnrf JSmi thr ntj WSUDtKSUBH WuhtBtwa. O. (X, f or tkalr LM0 U4 Utt ot two luuulna biauau Idea arc oVriutmitt. r uU g; HARTFORD,- - . KENTUCKY. Will practice his profession In all ,t courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust, to his care. Office in Republican building. jsx AMD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, (notary rnnuc) talak lnnA VfL'--U S sJSaow, We come In haste.not so much on ac count of a pressing engagement with you ss from the fact that we had no cow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the fact ne Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Kt. J. E. IIaittj-obd, Perry Westerfield, OUR SUNDRY DEPARTMENT iousness CASCA I bsre ItltT" and and them perfect. Couldn't do without tnrm. I bare used Item for some time for Indigestion and blllouenrss and am now com pletelr cured Recommend them, to every one Onco tried, you wilt nercr be w Ithout them In Sow A. mux, Albany, N. Y. the f aauly. Rurfii.yMr - 1-- ep iaJ bluk Bkronn litaa and hikKi1 kDd ud your valuable m t re that T.HE0. E. RECHTIN Attorney at law, Ky., Davidson, i3ir $5 to $15 CANDY CATHARTIC He buys in large quantities and In that way can get the very lowest price. We do not want to make it all nnd we are willing to divide with you. We want your trade and will name jou prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, etc., THEO. E. RECHTIN. Has on hand st tbe present time, the Will practlca his profession in Ohio best assortment of lumbers that can be and adjoining counties. Special atWhile we think of found anywhere tention given to all business entrusted It, let us give you a few pointers on to his caro. Office with County Attorney. DBS. Iroquois Bicycles SIP ,75 I II 3 ft CASTOR I A lor Infants and Children. Tbi Kind You Have Always Bought Will nrantint Vila In all tha Courts of Kentucky. Special atprice on entire house For the next 30 days we will make a specially low tention given to collections, settle pattern. PletunU PalauMe. Potent. Taste Oon4 Ito I'lom 01 ueceueni a esiaies, road cases Ovod. Merer Slcun. Weaken. or Grlp.10c,&c,50c ES. Office up ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor. 7th & Ingle, Hvansvllle, Ind. ud criminal practice. air next door to Griffin .drug store. itefftUf SraHf tmpmjt OWm. lMtrJ, S. Tart. Stl Ageut for Ilia Heel Patent 1'laaUr. Bend lor Calalcirnr. II 0 Tfl B afSoM and jm.nowtd br sll dm. atawrxatD "aarii'a jm' , Attorney aiJaWa tlAlllKUlUJ, Jvl 3P. Dff3E3-A.- L. aaa a3WiPaa(Da.j?ajaD." THESO. HESOKCPIKT, :,i. B Signature of CjZa&yff&CJU'. W Tt4-tar- eoek I AR Flin HUE yuhbHii (7rPkCntlt',t'rfi,0,1,riTiU'lblltaJrnU,rio,d Ka aht Miruna MJ4Bt iaia ia bdi aiprna cnarrtii, raAUi. ana wawii. aitiBt, v u. IM wtviiM una. lini 1( ar aaata, MBa vmw dwi ftl ismmi m ia,minathn inn aprrTal Ann na dnn t ana ll ibt raaal wMffrrai d bmiiw fdf umbI Hid In fall with Ardaf llVII vim want aappolBiaa. kfl unl ptnit UK ll EH TU ) La frtntt n,Htn4tttn tBf OtntaIhreufttknk. Our lVrltlnai Ahinnna trrrkbaftfidbaifar tUia drof, Lftdiaa Bntliil(kalkaJBaR)1t toia, Ttn , bait Eaftrd 'run tfJBvaatiai sjritk avarT biCT 11 I WE HAVE BICYCLES bltrcl tut yar TblTtwwt effvr wbtala m4 auk for Ai raprtntva auaad tbtir irrytD3Bira9 XJaaa Uvftdradt whaalto kfaolt WnU for our Ilkarft! raallUav ara know ftarywfcar far aampla ti m tka rrvat KiUaIv Bit jtlm IUhm lha aad ara eotfacUf rallablt) wa rafar la ftsy back or bunaa la work torn koaaa 1m ( Wa til FOURTH DAY, MAY 1 8, 1 899. 3569, Com'th vs Dunk Westerfield. 3570, Com'th vs Same. farmer was cured for sneezing so loud on the public highway as to cause the plaintiff's horse to run away. A Massachusetts GRDVEB """N, Attorney at law HARTFORD; KY. col Ac. also Notary Fublio for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, making JTNO. B. WILSON, iJHbL. kiwil, 1b worUJ N UI IliriH NnpiBI IBI W IW IUUMTI fTimrcn CrU Or, r aarotMOly Tka Jbao4 rUii J. ar4 OYOLE L. MEADW ol MJJ Bra OO.. rof mk wmdrrulkrfmina Ohloago, 'rf.iwr -J- 111. ST. LOUIS KAILWAY COMPANY LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Union Iiol, Nrvcutli A lllvtr. Tlrhet Oilier, 'JJ3 1'otirlll Ar, zxr z.zicxt 1st, iooo. Louisillo to St, Louis &. 'ost. St. Louis to I.ouisilla k East. & li t.zs rrrccT, No. 41, Leave Louisville 7:45a m " Owensboro 11:40a tu " Henderson iM5p m " Evansvllle 1:15am " Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:j2p m No, 45, 8:35p m Leave St Louts 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon " Hvanaville 12:55a m " Henderson 1:25am " Owensboro 7:20a m Arrive Louisville "TO No. 44. 7:56a m 2i20p m 2:46pm 7M5P tn No. 46 8:55p m 2:45a m 3577i Com'th vs Jas Poole. 3578, Com'th vs Sylvester Broomfield, 3579i Com'th vs Forest Poole. 3580, Com'th vs Riley Peach. 3581, Com'th vs Tom Hall. 3584, Com'th vs Felix Poole. 3585, Com'th vs Marion Likens. 3586, Com'th vs Jas A Boiling, 3587, Com'th vs Clark C Slater. 3588, Com'th vs Same. 3592, Com'th vs Jas Talley. 3593, Com'th vs R P Her. 3594, Com'th vs Same. 3595 Com'th vs Same. 3603, Com'th vs W J Sheffield. 3604, Com'th vs Same, Idoeat Year Hawaii With Caseartts. Cindy Cathartic, cure constipation tomes. Ue.sSe. HC.O.G.UIl,drriliUreIuoaoont.j.- A Plnevllle, Ky,, barber bat this sign displayed. "If you don't come in and let me shave you I am going to close my shop and go to hoeing M VfciATlfFyffr Attorney at Iaw Ky. HAKTr-onD- R. E. LEESIMHERUAN, , Will practice his profession In all tha Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith corn." Beats tke &C., Market Street. OA.TOntA. 1l M YoljjlltMHjJ BlVfM Mfuiirs Three young women in various of the country had all the hair burned off their heads by the accidental ignition of theceluloid combs they wore. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING Hartfokd, Ky. parts 3:10am 4:00a m 7:30a m 3U4Ptn No. 41 Leave Louisville 7:45a m " HawesviUe. . . . 10:43a m " Owensboro. . . . 11:40am " Henderson. . , , u:45p m Arrive Kvansville . 1:15pm ..... .. 3SV.ftTO VXX.I.3S. No. 43 4:sop m 8:o4p m io:iop m ro'4op m z.otrzavTX.s.33. No. 44 2:46p m 3M4P m 9:05pm No. 45 8:35p m n:o8p m I2i58p m 12:55a m 1:25am No. 46 2:45a m 3:10a m 4:00a m kVV'; On& Domo Tells the story. When your head aches, and you feel bilious, const!-pateand out or tune, with your stomach sour and do pitlle, Just buy a package ot aswaiTSTrxiAx: 4:50am 7:30am thronga allri ! KthiiitIII. Trtrougli I'arlor Cars aad rall All Irslai run aim HUrpera on all train to Ktauatlllo and Ml. L.011U. Mnnian4l aad S coanec al Inrlaflou lor fords!!! llardluabursdally. 7M5P m Leave Evansvllle . . . , 6:50am " Henderson , . . . 7:15a m " Owensboro 8:15a m " Haweavllle . , ..9:13am Louisville , . . ,t2'35pm Anlve so No. 42 5 HootT PHim And take a dose, from 1 to 4 pills. You will b surprised at how easily tbfy wlUdo their work, .cur your .... 2:20pm 4:40pm headache and biliousness, rouse tbe liver and maks you feel happy again. at cents. Sold by all modlclue dealers, V4kmtyavvW h An old clock given to a Warren, academy to be used before the 18 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. class In physics to demonstrate the PRICE BOcts. laws of the pendulum, refused to run, WARRANTED. Oil.iTU,IU,N0V.M,W. BL and when the teacher got into its rru UtdtalM Co., foldLcruu, Mo. eoo boule eC W tiMtlement lutjetr, TASTBI.aHS CHILL TOIdd au4 hT works he found a roll of bills amount rlHOTB (TOM elrMdf this keaikl tare 11 years. In th tiw. la all r drua bnalnM. bar ot ing to $242 clogging the machinery. Mm aold an article thai lara auca anlrtraal aaUf louratralr. UoUoa e low IvfiM. TU Eagle, Ulaf ol All Aaar,CaasaOO is noted for its keen sight, clear and For sale by J, II, Williams. vision, So are those persons distinct who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve CDIXDwHh fCgUbl ItVmpdle Ht curt! for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any nianjr th(mind ew kind or granulated lids. Sold by all latllfHl horw.Lat la ta allBTmptomi rumor dealers at as cents. For sale by Z. 4Jt)wwMwothln1iof PATS trwttmanl(rf. tl TtlDiunUlftnd Till Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf DK.H.BaQUU'S SOlfaltoi K.AtUnU.G. 111., CHILL TDNIC DROPSY TASTELESS Will practice his profession In the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. f . Bit, A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old A mw Btjt iitgtw-fu.niiu- m. vmroq tarn mr OOKTaUir. It BpntaM AMNUM aBatf lM Will practice his profession in all tbe courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a bullae entrusted to his care. Collections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, 1 e GAYOa. Attorney at Xaw A. Special attention given to all business eutruited to bis care. Office in Court House pukt aeUtsiitf t I P. w up AM tunii UftHWMia(wttkMlB4A)UBfBf Om TWrrWNMNrt u litrsM (u u r u4 tka nmbsmL i1i4hbb my mu im mpiubbj rm eF ir wmih itmiaif h cbh cm uimt aVtej IlAirrroiiivK:. . 1" cro(4 TT-- ffwuiij tTf IITiWMU4lla)luMirrtiMBhi W bUtb 4 mmim kw Af For best results advertise in THE REPUBLICAN. If it falls to euro go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. VAN VLEET - MANSFrUD I Ml i MM GO,, Sols Proprlttors, MEMPHIS, TENN.