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OlxiloTolrxsComhierclal, year,$t.J5. and Louisville I t, and the Courier-JournaI year, ji.aj. and the Toledo (0.1 Dlade, I year, $1.25. and Louisville Dispatch, X year, $1.35. and the i year, Jt.jo. Tie Haetfoed Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PAST? 1)1 The Republican Is the best Advertising medium in this part of'the country. Fine Job Work Done on short Notice. Satisfaction to alt Customors Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. THE FOURTH COUSIOHALDUT, Subscription $1 a year. XI. KEEPING A HUSBAND. HARTFORD, KY FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1899. Tact, Patlonoo and Industry of tho Wlfo Will Koop Marrlod Lovo From Waning, "Kvcry married woman, unless she has been no unfortunate as to marry a brute, holds her happiness nnder God In her own hands, and the keepers of It are love and patience," says Mrs. Moses P. Handay in "A Talk with Vonng Wives" In Woman's Home Companion. " 'Never reason with en angry man,' said the Eastern sage. It does no good under any circumstances, and. when the man Is your husband it is worse than lolly. What, wilt it profit you, even though you have the best ot the argument? Therefore, In everything, unlesa It be a matter oi conscience, It Is generally better to yield than to contend. Not that the wile Is to be slavishly submissive; no man can respect a woman who Is lacking In self respect, and every married woman has her rights. But the best way In which to secure these rights Is not by doing' aggress sive battle for them. Let them be taken as a matter ol course, taking It lor granted that your husband's first vrish Is always for your comfort, as yours always Is tor his. Never forget that your interests are, or ought to be, identical, and try to convince him that his wife is his best friend and safest confidant. To that end never repeat anything which he tells you of his own or of other people's affairs; and If he makes disparaging remarks ol any one, keep the knowledge strict ly to yourself. Even the law can not compel a woman to bear testimony against her husband; she is a fool if she does so voluntarily. Let It be your chief object to please your hus band, and' count nothing too much trouble to this end. It seems almost an insult to urge neatness of person upon any sell respecting woman, yet there are many wives who come short In this respect, who fall into grievous ance of the patient. Even If the air ol the living apartment be kept pure and at a reasonable temperature, say, somewhat betow that of the body, the bacillus will have a hard time of it, and when air is breathed which Is fifteen or twenty degrees lower than the temperature of the body, the destructive microbes are In a fair way 61 dissolution. Hence the advantage of living in cool rooms,, and ol residing at a considerable attitude, where the dry air takes up heat more rapidly, and by Its rarity quickens and deepens respiration, so that every part ol the lung is penetrated more perfectly. In order to duly supplement this scientific and most effective treatment, the vital forces should be lortlfied by n'u tritlous diet, and the patient should eat as much and as olteu as lie can. Moreover, the change to habitual out door life and sleeping with the windows open should be made very grad ualty and with such precaution as not to run any risk of an undue lowering of the vitality 4f the patient - No. 42. fingeis slightly, cast a hurried glaice at the corpse, then uttered, "Yes; that's she." Ordered to repeat his confession, Sauttqn told the ghastly tale again. Unable any longer to prevaricate In the presence of the corpse, this time he gave the full detail of the outrage. At the conclusion M. Lemercier asked, "Do you repent your catme. Santton broke into a violent fit of weeping. "Have pity!" he cried, clasping his hands. "I want to go away. I want to go ont. Have pity." New York Herald. GIRL IN LOVE. THE GIRLS OF PORTO RICO. the bodily heat comes chiefly from starch, which is found In the vegetable kingdom. Such dishes as cornstarch, tapioca and so on are nice for children, be cause they are easy digested, but must he combined with milk, eggs, etc., a.l they contain carbon and but little nitrogen on which to feed muss cle. During the fall, winter and early spring food should be prepared differently from that during the sum-- , mer. Corn bread made with milk and eggs does not require a particle of'fat, as cornmeal is rich in oil. Cabbage doen not require pork for seasoning during the hot weather; for health's sakes use very little butteV-o- r cream. When children are at school they require food contains Ing phosphorus to nourish the brain and nerves; it is found in eggs, fi.ib, game, cheese and so on. Sulphur; Is also found in eggs and milk, and this Is necessary in the growth of bone, cartilage, hair and nails. Bread and milk Is an excellent (cod for chlldre.nmilk containing all of the important elements of food. An easy digested meal wontd be composed of milk and eggs, rich in nitrogen; rice and sugar, rich in carbon, and ripe fruit to aid digestion. Mrs. C. II. Parker in Journal In Agriculture. . Tho Boat Preocrlptlon for Chill and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tost-les- s Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure; then why experiment with worthless imitations? Price, 50c. AS OTHERS SEE US. Four of Thorn In a Smoking Tournamont With Amor- - leans. Our Affairs aro Novor of as Much Intorostln Others' - Eyos as In Our Own. "Many of us try .to look reasonably at what seems perfectly natural; that others are never interested in our own affairs as we are ourselves," writes Edward Bok, on "Our Affairs In Others' Eyes," in the $ lay Ladles Home Journal. 4' 'flow can they be?' we ask. 'We don't expect i.t And then to even these people little incident happens, and they wpnder Just a little, perhaps, but stilt they won der at the lack of interest of others. These expetlencs come to all; to some more than to others. It la a hanj, cold truth, one that almost smacks of the rankest pessimism, to say that all of us ore selfish in more or less degree. But It is only a question of degree, at the best. We speak of some one we know, and say he or she is 'so Father Notices Sovoral Things About His Daughter. "No, you don't seem to understand me," and the man with a big family on Maxwell street .tapped the palm of his hand In older to nlake the mean-lu- g plainer. "Did you ever have an opportunity to watch a girl ,that la truly in love? That! what I am trying to get at. I don't refer to the girl that a dozen' strings to her bow and la a coquette; but (o one that Is genuinely hit and bit for Ws-"ha- 1 M An Ercollont Combination. Tho pleasant method and beneficial effects of tlio well known remedy, HyniT or Fins, manufacture! by tho CiuroimiA. Fro Hrnur Co., illustrate tho value of obtaining tho liquid laxative principle of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them In the form most refreshing to tho taste and acceptable to the system. It is the ont perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling dne to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and and Its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or Irritating them, make It the Ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing Jigs aro used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the CjiLiroBXiA Fio Syrup Co. only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, pleaso remember the fnll name of the Company printed 00 the front ot every package. e, Millions Glvon Away. It Is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be genet", ous to the needy and suffering. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption, Conghs and Colds, have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medi cine; and have the satisfaction of knowing It has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it. Call on J, II Williams, Druggist, and get a Iree trial bottle. Regular size 50c. and ft. Every bottle guaranteed, or price reiunded. m ai I in CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM yjuurcisoo. oau xsw t osac it. t. Lotnsvnxw. xr, For ulc by all Drarstot. Prlcv SOe. rxr botll "IGANTQUIT," Tobacco utert tsy. AM mrst youut SO yourself. There art. Billions list you, with wtial physicians eilla "TOBACCO NERVE" Until, vow nen-ctr- s lyttira It coaipUtslf undsr letac co's ftzrcouo sUmulaal, and wksn you MT, "I CANT QUIT." you Itll Uo truth. Tas natural war Is la Iml tat i Iieusd nsnrous trttaa by using Had Husbands to Burn. A railroad conductor from Washington to Baltimore tells the following: "I fonnd a lady In black grieving profusely. I asked, " "ily poor madam, can I be of any help to you, and what Is the matter?' She replied, 'Ob, conductor. I have my husband's remains In the baggage car, cartylng them to Baltimore to be cremated.' A little further down the car a lady just as handsome as the other said to me, 'Conductor what ailsjhat good sis 'Madam,' I replied, 'she Is carer?' rying the body of her husband to Baltimore to be cremated, and lam surprised at her grief, as It Is her fourth husband.' Lady No. 2 began to weep yery loudly, and in great surprise I said: 'Madam, you are worse than the other sister. What ails you?' ..'Oh, conductor, the Lord is not good. I have trusted to the Lord for forty years and never had nary husband, and there Is a .woman with husbands to burn.'" lllllllll,,,. BAG EASY, TO NO MAKES IT acU directly on tlit lobacco-lrriuis- d cam ctntras, destroying tat nsrvo cralg sUsctt, builds up and Improm Us entire ntnrous srsttm. Mskss WEAK HEN STRONG. Many rtport a (.la ol lea pounds In ten days. You run no physical or financial rlik NOTO-DAeald under your own A error of thinking that John doesn't matter. John does matter much more than any one else, and it is many times more important that you should look well In his eyes than in those of all the rest ol the world, The task of keeping a husband Is to the lull as difficult as the winning ol him, and is lar more necessary." W'itu V.jrm Are Mndn Klronir, dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes ol any kind speedily and effectually. cured dv tne use oi feuineriana's uagie Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee bv all good drug gists. Porsaleby Z. Wayne Griffin & Dro. tf DMIIISTS GUMMTEE. Krerv druiKlJt ti aotborlnd to Mil uoor abaoluu gnarant to care or.ry form of tobacco uiluf. Our written xusrantce. tree r,ampte of aaa booklet callM, "Don't Tobacco Sptt and Books Your Life TllEBTKUUNO fiEMEbiTOQ.. Shinto. Moatrt-i- l, Okn.. Now York. 06 GMGARKnXSSr&mt w:w;iagKi? IH1SJK. f?l &fAt& V Curing Consumption. The deaths by consumption are rapidly decreasing, and In view ol the progress of modern medicine,- - It is probably that this dire disease will ' ins LEiuiug ojjsuaii.u) ui ansiim hi soon be robbed oi its terrors. Even 20 YEARS IN OHIO. CT now consumption can be cured in five cases out of six, but the bacillus on 250,000 Cared. which it depends is now so well unWECURESTRICTURE derstood that this proportion will beThnnun.ta of vannr kttil lnl.IJlaWavssvl fore long be greatly improved. The They idtrtiMsftimait' basis of the Increasing amenability of W uaeouKloail a isnitiinn nmii. utinin iirssrs , tuberculosis to treatment Is that its I ihirp eu'.llnt Mlm it tlnm, llgbtdii-thin, dlOloultr la ooranj.xeiof, uk bacillus thrives only at a temperature Ana rA,4 tall tit BvntrilAma ct ntrroui debility-th- ey hart Hf closely approximating that of the hulloa'tlcidMtorttziMilmtntoii -- ... n you t" wiuinit iintouistt r ...j: or ..i man body. At a lower temperature you, 'iltli will fttearyou. tilt mriaswill reMur zinti rota niuis turn its growth Is so retarded that It beMISNT Wl. U itrietur liwie) htQM rtmorei th rtricturirmnnllr. comes dormant, und is then pounced It n netftr return. No hnln.na AnfiVrr upon by the leucocytes, the benevolor. no detention front butinii by iir lntainou. i Da lUKinra'KBia.rtitMrvnBTiiio lent little microbes which enable the maL Th are inviorttdnd I tu biu oc nunnooa Miuroi. human frame to resist Invasion. So long as the bacillus Is confined to the Thoai.nJl of youoj aid middle!) tissue of the lung, this lowering of naa an hivinr In.lr Html TUor tad vilAlltv Aontlnu&Ilv .AlDl br thl. dt temperature can be brought about to mm, 7h.y sr. friuntlr tmeoDuIoei any degree consistent with the main Ve.kuM llatiirl lilnh.rt.i, ViU ten ance of the vital powers ' ot resist Ml 'NuihoM, n.reatnu. Jt'oar u.m-err- , Jrrlubllilr. t tlm.i Unitrttnx E?iL. B lju B I Japs are Ruthloss. m -- -- iiia bei-re- WECURE GLEET UurNKVV ltMatao(iIlnlWninen. MKTMIlll TllUATAIKNT will lul. tUouumi J.lltt. cur tlf.lr BAio you. On.for tro&llueDi and . & link lliclt. U.D.nl D.nruilsn. Lack AtuLlUon. .VMieot.le. Hhrunlm l'art, etc ULKKT nj HTIUtr(JIK iaaritinnaio. vonuoi eoniuu lanur dottan, at thtr nixrlfnc in allow thM. niMUl dliMiet-'du- n't Uuuk. to oiiHirim.nt on yon. Conitilt Kpoi.tWti,hoh:wo mui n lir. itiidy of for .. Meekison of Ohio Has Been Greatly Benefited a. by CftDuoieur.. aee.nl. .,, . . x;tnui laoairaio sor a cur.,1 CURES GUARANTEED 13 BflUOTURKTlMHyrENilV; fljt I'lUINfl. IINNATIIUAI. (V1NSUI.TATIOM m FnKB I( nn.blo iTl Ukl BKOI1BT Coagrtumaa D, MrekUon of Ohio, writ Uo following lotUr to Dr. Uartmauu S. B, llartman, Columbus, O. DjcAn 8m: I hayo used several botand Joel greatly benetles of Pe-rn-- Dr. Ql'ISStW. 1IOUKS VilUK. to call. wr(l for UL.VNK for UOMB fited thereby. I hav been afflicted HKennedy u& iv i ff-- DRS, Kergan O. n. ruunin sincci, CIHOINNATI, sT-f- ttU JLk l aB if'l iw itI JFv .trC niMTrn daii.TTT tuii; taiii.i:. C-- J. No, No, No. No. No. 204, 232, 222, 202, 294, NORTH BOUND, 1M1 a. in. Fast Mall AccorumodatiouG;02 a. m. Accommodation. .12.-1p. m, 6:52 p. ra, Fast Mail Local Freight. . . .8:10 n, m. 80UTU BOUND. 12.20 No. 203, Fast Mall No. 231, Accommodation. .,8:37 No. 221, Aoommodatiop. 12:25 10:80 No. 201, Fast Mail No. 203, Local Freight. . . ,2:40 p, p. p. a. p, ra. ra. ra ra. ra. Wanted-- An our alu , krlnf oa (..-.Illot U.lr WuklMtoa. U. a. (tbUimualju) IwlM UT-- 4 kiniirl af lduj bT mr Idea IS wil Hon. D. Masxisoir. with catarrh of the, head and feel en couraged to ballaro that continued VflU fully eradicate a use of disease of thirty years' atandlng. Yours alnoerely, D. MEEKISON.' The eontlnuad receipt of endorse-msulike this for Ot. Hartinau'a great catarrh remedy, prove Its value, beyond queaou. Mea of promlnenc everywhere are reeognUlngtha merit ot' and are willing to give expression to their judgment because a certain, absolute cure for catarrh la a. publlo good. All drugglsU soil U a a. The Japanese are ruthless In their tampering with nature. Ifthey decide that they want a bird or an animal ol a certain shape or color they set about manufacturing the article, so to speak, by the exercise ol exceed, ingly clever ingenuity and untiring patience. Here, for example, is how the white sparrows are produced, They select a pair of grayish birds and keep them in a white cage in a white room, where they are attended by a person dressed in white. The mental effect on q series of generations of birds result in .completely white birds. smiling. Certainly tobacco does not seem to At Hymnn's Alter. hurt these people. They are as healthy and as buxom a lot of girls as The Swedish bride fills her pocket man would care to meet. Their with bread, which she dispenses to ev- a spirits are high, though their lot lu eryone she meets on her way to church this country would be considered far every piece she disposes of averting, from a happy one. as she believes, a misfortune. Coughed 93 Tear. Miners marry at an earlier age than I sufiered for 35 years with a cough, any other class of society. Following ot dollars with them, in due order, como artisans, la- and spent hundreds doctors and for medicine to no avail borers, clerks, shopkeepers, and farm- until I used Dr. Bell's ers. The independent classes show This remedy makes weak lungs strong. It has saved my life.-- J, By the smallest percentage ol, any. Koswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by A curious law exists in theBermude tl Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Islands. It a woman born and reared In Bermuda and holding inherited Food for Growing Chlldron. property in the colony falls in love with an alien of any nation and mar There Is of late much talk on what rles him, all real estate held by her at food is best adapted to growing chilthe time ol such marriage become the dren, and this is a subject In which property ot the colonial government. all mothers should be Interested; When one receives an invitation to those in homes where the cookery 'is a wedding in Cairo, Egypt, it Is an prepared by domestics as well as of important event because Instead ot be those who themselves prepare the ing asked for a ten minutes' church food for the children, Food has two ceremony or a briel evening' reception offices to perform, namely, the repair the invitation" reads lor three days. of muscular waste and the supply of the There is feasting during all this, time body with fuel to keep Its heat up to and the house and streets are liberally 93 degrees. The chief part of what decorated with flags and lanterns. we eat goes to the lungs for fuel, the Providing marriage portions for rest goes to the production of muscuyoung girls is the object of a governs lar and, brain lorce. Nitrogenous ruent fund in Italy, It would be aU foods feed muscles only; produce heat only. Those most Impossible for a girl of that foods containing both elements are country to be married without a dowry, and this form ot charity is said to preferable for children, as they re. be most highly appreciated by the re quire food to nourish every portion cipleuts. The annual sum subscribe of the body. Nitrogen la the muscle, ed lor this purpose and distributed making clement, and Is found in the every year is $2,500,000. The recip- .whites of eggs, lean bed, mutton, ient has to prove a good character venlsou, cbickeu; milk contains a and rephtatlon'by many witnesses, to large per cent; also, grain, peas and show that she has no means available beans. Children should have these and that the young man who wishes foods In odor toatreugthen their muscles. The carbon needed to keep up to marry her has a trade. Americans who come down here are both amused and surprised at the vast amount of smoking Indulged In by the native women, writes a Porto Rlcan correspondent ol the New York Sun. Those of high standing social-- , ly ore not addicted to the habit, but among the country women the practice is almost universal. And the lair ones do not confine themselves strictly to cigarettes, either. Big black cigars In the mouths of really very pretty yung girls are a common sight In the country districts. Cigarettes are really more oi a luxury, because the paper in which they are rolled has to be bought, but the cigars can be raised and rolled by any one taking the trouble. Not long ago the writer, then recently arrived r rode into the country one fine day and stopped at a native, shack on thev military road. Pour smiling women greeted him at the door. One ot them was perhaps thirty years oCage and had a baby in her atms. The other three were not more than fifteen, although they had the development of American girls much older. They were all dark of skin, but with that shining straight black hair which Is so olten seen In the mulatto in whom Is combined the Spanish with the negro blood. Having given him water, the Porto Rlcans Invlded the stranger into their home, and then began the customary linguistic wrestling bout, In which the simplest ideas were exchanged only after the most violent mental, iaclal and djgltal efiort During the so called by courtesy conversation the woman with the baby became so excited that she lit a cigar which lay on the table and began puffing at it furiously to calm her nerves. The visitor was also smoking, and although somewhat surprised at his hostess' action, he felt it to be his duty to offer cigats to the other members of the party. Three young girls accepted the oOer with pretty little waves of the hand and just as though It was the most natural thing in the world. They reached for a box of matches, which, by the way, are the most plentiful things on the island, there being three match factories in successful operation and lit up with a most nonchalant air. They smoke with much gusto Inhaling the smoke like the ordinary American cigarette smoker. And how they did spit! It may not be a thing to boast of, but the Porto Rlcan woman can spit with all the power and precision of the most inveterate male tobacco chewer that ever lived. It Is really amazing. Sad to relate, all their skill is wasted. The spittoon Is unknown, and the genius which would enable them to hit It around corners and between the rungs of chairs is exhausted in the futile' drawing ot fancy figures upon the floor. So with the Caguas quartet. They were, of course, unconscious that their conduct might provoke criticism. They had been doing this almost since they were babies, aad there was nothing indecorous to them About It. When their visitor left them they gathered in the doorway to see him off, and the last he saw of them they were still smoking and spitting and co J Rod Hot From Tho Gun IP u. keeps. Mormon Senator a Mother, Mrs. Dr. Cannon Presents Hor Husband With a Girl. State Senator Mattfe Hnghes Can non who received votes of several of her fellow legislators for the high position of United States Senator, has demonstrated to the that Mormons can practice polygamy and still enjoy the rights of citizenship, A few day ago she presented her husband, President Angns M. Cannon, with a little daughter. She Is the fourth wife of the great ecclesiastic, the three former ones being alive, her husband having six wives in 'all. Dr. Mattie Hughes, as her professional sign reads, Is the most prominent woman politically in Utah. She has served the State for two terms as a Senator, and during the session just adjourned occupied by her seat every day and voted for the millionaire candidate A. W. McOune. Toward the close ot the term she talked of taking a trip to Honolulu for her health, and three weeks later notified her friends that she was about to leave for San Francisco. Her plans miscarried and she found it impossible to go Into hiding. Her little girl was born right here in Salt Lake City. The story became public, and President Angus M. Cannon Is receiving the congratulations of his friends. There Is great indignation breaking out all over the State as one prominent church official alter the other comes out in this barefaced way and serves notice on the public that be Intends to live his religion. Ex. Tho Katie, Ml off at All BlnU, ia noted for its keen sight, clear and distinct vision. So atethose persons who use Sutherland' Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, .sore eyes or any kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers at 35 cents, For sale by Z. tf Wayne Griffin & Bro. Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead mau.of Newark, Mich., In the Civil War. It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped fpr 20 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Bolls, Felons, Corns.Skln Eruptions. Best Pile .cure on earth, at cts. a Sold by J. box. Cure guaranteed. unselfish, so absolutely free from H. Williams, Druggist self.' But, alter all, the instance is The Doctor Well Caught. only one of comparison. One .need to believe this. not be a pessimist One of the most fashionable ol LonOn the contrary, the absolute belief of don's physician .was recently called the fact Is. ope, ot the most valuable up during a particularly stormy night lessons we can draw from life. We and asked to call on Lady B., who can extract the lestton of care and con was HI. slderatlon from Jt. For it Is the kind The physician uttered an ejaculaest consideration possible to extend tion which was distinctly unpatliamen to even our best friend, to recognize tary, and handing the transmitter to his right to a limitation of Interest in his wile said, "Say I am out ol town," our affairs. Politely Interested, even which, like an obedient wife, she imsincerely interested, our friends may mediately proceeded to do. be, as friendship warrants, but never The following afternoon the phyto that same degree as v,e are inter sician called at Lady B.'s house, and ested. Nothing can ever be sq inti- meetlngherhusbandexcinmlned: "So mately close to even ourdearest friend sorry I was not at home when yon as it may be .or is to ourselves. It is rang.me up last night." when we expect too much of people "But were ou really not at home?" that we lay ourselves open to wound- inquired Lord' B. ed feelings and pervert onf own out"Of course not," replied the phy. look on lUe. Refusing to accept peo- slclan, with a most unblushing ef ple as they are, and conditions ja frontery, they' exist, invariably leads'to nnhap- "Then, my dear doctor," spoke piness lor ourselves and a JargttiuN Lord B., who is a bit oi a wag, In the ncss oi a consideration for others." most earnest and sympathetic manWorking Night and Day ner, "I must sympathize with you in distinctTte busiest and mightiest little your, terrible mlsfottune.forl thing that ever .was made is Dr. ly heard, a man's voice in, your bed King's New Life fills. E very p tit is room talking to your wife." globule ol h ealtbj that a sugar-coat- ed The face ol the pbyslclau.ls stated changes weakness into ntrength, list to have deGed, description, all the. more lessness, into energy, braln.ifag into meatal power. They're wonderful (a as Lord B. hurried oil the moment, be building up the health. Only 2$c had said this, without giving him time to utter a word In reply. per box. Sold by J. II. Williams. m r . wi. Coins Of AH Nations. Education in the Heme. "Never mingled with one hey? I thought not or there .would --sot have been so much Tof me 16" explain. Why, man', that .oldest daughter of mine goes 'about in-- trance most of a the time. She Is to her" Immediate surroundings. She'll hum a love dltty aad jlg'ht.'the lamp shade Instead of the lamp. Leave her to shut up the house,-anwhen you come home every, dpor is aa Invitation to burglars to crime la and hejp themselves. In view ol her prospects she is trying, to learn how to cook and yet she wU sit down and study vacancy while the black smoke ol a burning dinner develops her. "During those cold nights Bhe would wake up. calling to me to ask whether I thought be got safe home. Might he not have been overcome with the cold and be lying out Think of that and him a and living about two blocks away. I don't care it we have a room full of company and are talking about the Klondike, Manila or Samoa, she'll ring that fellow in somehow, and make him the chief topic Inside ot five minutes. If he happens tojeaye such a trifle as a lead, pencil or a key she'll deoorate It with, a ribbon, and. .keeg It I tell you it's a form pf insanity." perfectlv-,obllv)oud some-whersix-foot- er Brave Men Fall Thoso Current In 1900 Will bo Exhibited at Paris NextYoar. Commandant R.Mowathas present edamont Interesting project for the exhibition of 1900 at Paris o the director of thefiFreneh mint, ytho has erlven his cordial suDDort to.it. He proposes that, the pfficiai exhibition, bt the mint shall contain a complete collection of ail the coins current In the world in 1900. It appears that though collections ot old coins and of coins of certain states have been shown at previous exhibitions, no complete collection has ever been shown. Command ant Mowat coatenda that It.would not be a very difficult task to carry out his project. Those states which are officially participating itr the exhibition would certainly, if requested by thfi director of the mint, .send a complete, collect Ion of the coins current In tbrlr. country, and also in the colonics depending on them. The French con suls, and even private persons, might be asked to procure the desired sets of coins from those states which are not officially represented. The coins would, of course, be grouped under their va rious nationalities, and Commandant Mowat thinks that they should be exhibited in such a way that both faces would be exposed to the publlo view unless two coins of each value could be obtained. In that case they could be exhibited side by tide. "A Panorama Df the Modern Monetary World" ! !. tlf ! PAmmanflant Mno7flt would ' lvc to hta exhlbltlou.whlch, he says, ' would afford considerable food for re- u;wuu iu wnuuii. ., ..,. ... . unification of all monetary systems. London Standard. -! Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles as vet! as .yeomen, and all fee! tnc results, in loss pf appetite, poison In the blood, backache, nervousness, headache and Hired,' listless run-dofeeling. But thera.'s no need, tp feel Jtke, that. Listen to J. He W. Gardener, Tdavllle, Ind. says: "Electric Bitters are just the thing ior a 'man When he is. all rundown, and don't, .care whether he llyes, pr dies. It did more, to give me new Burets srth and jgc)od appetite than anything I" could 'take. I can now eat anything and have atnew lease, on life." Only 59 cents, at J. H. WillFamily AIlanco Should. Be iams' Drug St9rje.Ev.ery bottle guaranteed. Formed Against Ignor- ance of tho Three R'8 'I j Li A Girl and HorBrothora. No matter how devont a girl is, the only young men ahe prays lor are her brothers, believing that all other young men are perfect. Atchison Globe. "When one finishes school or college one. Is only beginning to learn, and jyb?' H'J" PO'tT?31? courses, couid.one.nave than the practical application of ideas through the medium of friends and .family?" Inquires prances Evans, in the May Ladles' Home Journal. "As far as education la concerned the best family friend la the dictionary. When you see some one in a family consulting the dictionary whenever a doubtful word or phrase comes up In thecourseol conversation you will' find the. members intelligent people as Jar as, facta can educate. We may not be able to aid each ojher lu the '.higher education' of philosophy, science and ethics, but one thing Is certain : we can form family alliances against ignorance of the three Rs as well as geography, spelling and good English. Slang has its uses, no doubt, but it American parents do not give one heed to the English talked by their children at home, Americans a hundred years hence will have absolutely forgotten their mother tongue." fJewYor-WorlThrine-a-Wek tdltiQ. Practically a Daily at tho Prico pf a weekly The striking and, important tventa the last year bays established the k overwhelming value ofThe World to every reader. For an almost nominal sum It has kept its subscriber's informed of the progress of all our wara andK moreover, has. reported them as promptly and fully' as If it were a dally. With oiir.tntcreBta ot Th.rlce-a-Wee- the.wortd, t still withour troops operating In the Philippines; sad the great Pesldential campaign, too, at hand, Its. value U further increased, xts41ng-throughpuThrice-ai-Week The motto of The It strive World Is Improvement each year, to be.better than it was the year before, and publlo confidence'la It is sh&wn .by the, fact tbatltspw circulates more than twice as many papers every week as any other newspaper, not a dally, published la America. WeoOerthla uuequaled newspaper and Hartford RnruuucAN together one year lor $ 1.65. : 91 f Hidden Beauty in Kcrvnt the custom Is for Princesses to hide their beauty by covering the. lower part of the face with veil. RAW AS BEEF Mai "1 I onuATm1Cn.Kecluse1Tthe weaxness ana sickness pecu Se?" r.J J.1 FROM ECZEMA! HI Ian custom -H WC Kgi- I Trrur 1 I Bill 1 Cawal fn 4ka mil pre-- 1 .ma country, many suffererswould be triad to VBUCU 111 OAMVOZIZA. m Beforo His Victim's Corpse. Iraki TMS llCniSf aJ IN Flirflll cover tnett' prtmature. wrinkles, their sunkencheeks, t their unnealthy district of Pans lor the murder of comnlexlon. from tne eyes 01 we little girl was a miserable looking fel. world with the veil of the Orient low named Sautton. The latter boast. ed ol the crime to a detective whp I VS Among (he men arrested in s rough and ean not be teaehed by local appliXesama whlah Is more than cations of ointments, salves, eta., applied to the stuff?. Tha disease Itself.; (a the blood, although all suffering Is prode4 the.real causa ot the trouble, is through the isln ; the only way to reaoh the disease, thsrefore, ls through. aktn-dea- Not- - aaueh attention is, of tea paid to the Nil trs symptoms of Eeserna. but it Is cot Jong before the little redness begins tO itch and burn. This Is but the' beginalng, anL will LTMrnlia flyiWHl ai leadta .suffering and torture almost ttosn- ll durable,' Is a eommon ralstsin to regartl It DlSllSli msya,"orritstionn"itlsbutaanlwllja- tlon of a humor In the. blood of Urtlbla ID was masquerading as a prisoner.. besaq to spread nd grow worse. Tor tha put are or and Jia4 gli en up sis years I have suffered untold Then the corpse of the child, covered all hope pf .ever balrig free from aioay the. dliesie( as I have placed on a table with a shroud, was treated by same of tha boss physicians and hava blood medicines, all In vain. and Smttpn brought In. The shroud taken many began so take 8. S. B., and it With little apparently C faith laft 1 aHJaaBBBBaa tirincrs. out a woman's true beauty. was quickly removed. The murderer made tha Eoioma worse, but I knew, that this was the. .I 1.1. ViaMila tan t.a. .Is1 It makes her strong and well. in those . remedy got rht of tha poison. Continuing way the "" " entirely, tha ikla boaM organs upon whlchTier whole general B.rl.S.. the son Wle4 up eurfld health depends. It corrects all men- - not to see the corpse. 1. anil amnnih. Ami Iwu said M Lemercier, the "Look," Edema is an obstlna,t disease a4 ea 4 be aurad. by a remedy walh ia strual disorders, It stops tho drains rwlfia tonle. 'flwlfT's flpaelSe of Leucorrhaaa. It restores the womb examining magistrate, "Look, Saut to Us proper place. It removes th ton, at your victim!" A sob from causes Of headache, backache ana ry 4le -l- a supeHor to olherhlbod remedies buaaa It the prisoners was the only reply. It takes the poor. jiervousnoss. to. the bottom to the cause of the dtaaMe aad will, atara "WUf you look, Sautton?" com. aolk&. If weak,, haggard, fading woman and puts her on1 her feet manded Lemercier, more cmphttlcaU again, making her face beautiful by ly. "Do you recognize Louis lc iUw wlwal, wOww ,l'le 0" Ptma, "pf.ule, oll, Bores, Ulcers, Poisoa, Crter.TtU-,J4hauraa,l,Ope- n making her body well. Martin? Do you recognize the upoa8.fi. a.; nothing ean take It flaee. 4 Dnisst.li Mil It kf II kottU. will be aaalled free to any addrase hy Btrlft Sff-girl you u.urdered?' terwomta. Sdlof oor'iM llUHrtJ bookAtUato. Ca. little shivering wretch opened his side Boois on these disease Company, Atlanta, Georgia- - iM . "' The kegaUtr C0.. Bradfiild's Fimali Rsgulater Mr, Phil T. Jones, of Mixemllla, Ind., wrlttst "I had Eczema thirty years, and, attar a great deal of treatment my lejf waa so raw and sore.ihet It aT.nf eon'tant pain. Jit Anally broka Into a running yore, and .f4KfisBBMMk. bn I ro" "'"' 1 p. S . FOR . THE BLOQD watku Gab-rlel- 5SMi? ec .Irt -- the ftratfcU i Hartford Ropubllcan. Integrity of the nation With the most prosperous g period In nil tho tide of time as a laantrl frtdiiya hj lh I1ARTFORII PtlnMNlllRU IOHIMNY testimonial oi tho value and Incorporated. greatness of Republican doctrine and rule "there can net linger the shadow 1 Fon Rogers, of delcat. With our forces untied and Jno.H. Thomas, jniBia a strong Stato ticket in the field we are as euro of victory as November Off loo on PoxStroot. comes. liv-iu- tilt and OUR CHOICE. APPROVAL Of Administration's Phil ippine Policy at Chicago Mass Meetings. agggY JcdgflgErS igigBatV'BiflLliflnHgB Thtre'S a.fertater dtmind Midi en lb itMbgth bf the mothtr when nutting-- thin at riyothtf tltae. She baa Inst front through mt n o c K una train of tnattrnt-tr.ht- r vitality la at lit lowest and the food the cats mutt nourish two Urea. Th natural remit la that the erally We Wish to Express Our Thanks To the People of Hartford and Ohio Lounty I7i. tIio.i. nnfrnnnirn rliirmfr f.llft flvst. Ill Oil til of OUT DUBmCSS CnrCOl' among them. Wo know that wo havo to build up our trado and wo are confident that our plan, (ONE LOW PKICE and that MARKED in plain figures, so that any one can read it,) will eventually bring you to see us. Wc want your trado and we WE WILL TELL YOU THE TRUTH TO GET IT. Again wo quote you prices on a fow of our many bargains. Wo invite you to see us. Our time and space are limited and Wo can not put everything in tho paper that wo would like to: Dress Goods. Double-fold,all y .V Spooch of Commendation by Bishop Fallows Tho Res- mothtr lookaa around for "tonic," and finds gen- Subscription) 91 per year olutions Adopted. Chlcaaro. Mav 7. Three man meet ings were held In Chicago to voice approval of the policy of the Administration with reference to the Philippine Islands, and to protest against the sentiments expressed last Sunday at " the meeting In Central Music Hall. meetings were held in the Auditorium, Central Music Hall and the First Methodist church, and in spite ot the inclement weather the aggregate of attendance was probably ten thousand. The presiding officers of the three meetings were Judge Oliver II. Hor-toex Judge John Barton Payne and Thomas B. Bryan. At the Auditors Inm meeting as at the other two gatherings ever mention of President Mckinley or Admiral Dewev brouzht forth thunders of applause. bwiiop fallows' approval. Bishop Samuel Fallows spoke as follows: "Americans patriotism Is not a weeping and walling and gnashing of the teeth because Americans soldiers and sailors have just been adding, through Divine providence, a new and Imperishable luster to our family name. "The flag which has waved in glory over expanding country from 1776 to 1899, under which the reunited soldiery of the Blue and Gray.wlth their valorons, patriotic sons, have so splendidly striven together, will not be shot down, at the range of 10,000 miles, with the sulphurous paper wads of a Boston pamphleteer. "Not money, not lust of conquest, not desire of territorial expansion be s war. but Iran the humanity. In its every phrase of anguisn and sutlering humanity lias continued and crowned American chivalry with everlasting honor. And in God's good time, which we fervently pray may speedily, come, humanity shall bring It to a trinm phant close. "All hall to the nation's chief, on whom rests the burden ot the whole nation's responsibility. Heaven forbid that we should add one scruple to Its fearfnl weight by unjnst criticism and inconsiderate action. Rather, let us show by onr loyal devotion that without distinction of party or sect we will gladly help him bear it. "We all know that the President of the United States Is not an angelnd lam particularly glad at this time that he Is not, that he is oue of still. But he is neither a dictator nor a tyrant, nor a king, nor an imperator. He Is simply an y To-day- 's Spanish-Americanour-folbroad-minded, large-hearte- Republican Is bringing much odium upon Itself by its sarcasm in regard to mob at Hartford Entered at the post-offi-ce and lynch law, which places It In as second class mall matter. the attitude of defending the negro rapist of the South. Herald. FRIDAY, MAY n. The insinuation contained in the above extract is a fabricated falsehood t pure and simple. Tiie Republican FOR TUB SENATE. considers the deed of Sam Hose one of lion. w. rRKD 1.0.1a. the blackest and most heinous crimes We are authorized to announce Hon. V. Fred Long as a candidate for the recorded upon the pagts of human hisoffice of State Senator in this the Sev. tory. Tho rapist and the defamer of enth Senatorial District, subject to the puro woman's virtue should receive action of the Republican party. alike the greatest punishment that can possibly be inflicted upon msn. Bui CAPT. N. T. UO WARD. We are authorized to announce any criminal should have a fair and Capt. N. T. Howard, ol Morgantown, impartial trial. Tho honor and digas a candidate for nomination for the State Senate, in this the 7th Senator-ia-l nity of the law should be maintained. district subject to the action of the Mob law is an awful thing in a civiN Republican party. ized country. It is a relic of barbarism end properly belongs to the Dark FOR REPREHENTATIVE. Ages. The Republican regards the IIOX. R. C. JARNAQIN. one great crime as a misfortune to We are authorized to announce Hon. R. C. Jarnagln, of Beaver Dam, as a which the human race is heir, the other a crime resulting from ignorance candidate for subject to the action oi the and h lack of respect for tho dignity Republican patty. of the law. The Republican also regards tuch insinuations as were The Owensboro Inquirer says that couched in the unmanly and false fab Goebel received 404 majority in his rications appearing in the columns of own county at his last election to the the Ecrald last Wednesday as shameSenate while It. G. Simmons, Demo ful and wholly unbecqming any paper cratic candidate for County Attorney claiming to be meritorious andrespecU received 1.936 mnionty, and nam able. Shackelford at the same election re A BREAK ON JONES. ceived 1,173 majority. Tub-HartforAATarcyo-XTcfeaiaDXTwe In advance real It an injury lotnaeniia. It it the concurrent trttlmonjr of women who hare ntd Dr. Flcrcc't Favorite that It it the tnott perfect preparation for motherhood and aU lit function which bu ever been discovered. It giving way fircparet the birthfor babj'a advent, vigor and elaitidtr, It of eitablithea aucb a condition of health that nervoutnett, anxiety and morning ticknett In the, form of a which not only gives the tnonle atlrau-lant- hr no motherbut strength si. 1. itKxvnm. The commercial agencies report the number of business failures for tho month of April the smallest on record. Will our free silver papers, which pointed out daily during the campaign of 1896, the great number of business failures and attributed them to the gold standard, please explain the very small number of business failures reported for the put lew months. After Bryanism passed the danger period the number of failures dwindled down until the public has practically lost interest in them. George Diuning, colored, was given a judgment for 850,000 damsgea in tho "United" States District Court against six members of the Simpson county mob which attacked him at his home one night in January, 1897. Dinning having filled to act upon notice given him to leave the county, was attacked.by a mob which he succeeded in driving away from bis premises after killing one of the white caps. Dinning was arrested on a charge of murder, but Gov. Bradley promptly pardoned him. The Republicans of Daviess county met at Owensboro Saturday pursuant to call for a county convention to select delegates to the State convention at Lexington, July 12th, and very wisely put off their county convention until the first Saturday in July. All former political sins of Col. E, T. Frank and Hon. George W. Jolly are forgiven for their patriotic conduct These two popular leaders Saturday. set an example of honorable conces-sio- n at Owensboro Saturday which if followed by the other aspirants for leadership in the Republican party in Kentucky would result in a splendid victory for tho party in November. In this issue ot The Republican will be found the announcement of Capt. N. T. Howard, of Morgantown, Butler county, for the Republican nomination for State Senator in the 7th Senatorial district. Capt. Howard is at present with his company, in the 3d Kentucky, at Savaunah, Georgia, but will bo homo next week. Nat Howard is well known to most Ohio county people, having been a member of the Lower House of the Kentucky Legislature in the stormy session when Deboe defeated Blackburn for United States Senator. The cause of the party and the people will be Bale if entrusted to the hands of Capt. Howard, the minds of Democrats of the Stato that a nomination upon the Demo, cratio State ticket meant election. In the columns ot the Herald of this week may be found one of the most indiscreet articles that ever passed from the editorial pen of that paper. He takes for his text Sam Jones' remark in his Sunday sermon in which bo said, "I'll bet some oi the little jackass editors will stay away and criticise me. I'll bet, though, that what I say will not ap morning's paper." pear in ouch an article well a hit cur always howls. "Theso remarks were entirely uncalled for and only shows the coarse offensive nature of the man. The foulest abuso is his especial weapon with those who happen to incur his ill will. Jones' pop ularity consist principally in the des sire of people to be amused, says the Herald, Surh remarks as the above are certainly uncalled for "and only shows the shortsightedness ot the author and his wigraltfulnest. The people ot this country know that Sam Jones hu done more for the elevation and christianizing mankind than any other man of the ago. Jones is a man whose wonderful ability has never been measured. He is one of the most remarkable and distinguished men that ever lived in any age of the world's civilization. The noisy class to which he referred may howl through the ages, yet his fame will remain unsullied, Rev.SamJones will be at Hartford, May 23. The energetic and enterprising ladies of the Woman's Club which brings him should have the united support of the people ot Hartford and community. They have engaged him solely for the benefit of the communi. ty and the county and to give the people another opportunity to hear the great evangelist. Come to hear Sam Jones, May 23. Ton Yoars for Taylor. Owensboro, Ky., May 10. At CaK shortly before noon the hoon jury in the case of Bryan Taylor, charged with killing Joseph Logsdon in Owensboro last January, brought in a verdict of ten years In the penitentiary. The case was remanded to the McLean Circuit Court on motion tor a change of venue, made at the re cent term of the Daviess Circuit Court and was called for trial on Tuesday morning, May 2. iiie neartag 01 testimony was concluded last Friday and the arguments of counsel were not closed until yesterday alternoon at 3:15 o'clock, when the case was submitted to the jury. The verdict of ten years' imprisonment was a surprise, Bad has received unreserved condemnation here. The killing of Logsdon was regarded nere as a cold blooded murder, and it was on ac count of the intense feellni; aroused concerning the tragedy that a change of Venue was granted to McLean county. It was expected that a verdict of death or Imprisonment for life would be rendered In the event of any agreement at all by the jury. It has appeared for sometime to But that, they are beginning to realize is a mere fancy and that the hope of the future is veiled In the shadow of a dubious battle and very probably impending defeat. Democratic poll ticians have reveled in the hope that the Goebel election law would enable them through its operations to carry Kentucky under any and all circumThe trend ot feeling la stances. changing. The force upon which they have been relying for victory is prov ing itself to bean element of weakness, Honest Democrats oi Kentucky are denouncing that infamous machine and will for the sake of fairness and to maintain the dignity oi the ballot box go down against it and its supporters. Republicans are hopeful, 'united and determined. With the past tu clear as the cloudlets sky and the present as bright as the noon-dasun, the Republican party need fear no too. Its past 11 a history of brilliant achieve' identa; of promises kepi; of Ihelnter y Our Soldiers Returning. Arrangements are making to welcome the returning members of Company D. The citizens of Hartford and vicinity will greet the boys at Court flail on Friday evening, May 19. Light refreshments will be served and the returning members of Company D will recount their experiences iu the service. Those who desire to take part In this pleasant aflalr, please see some member of the committee at once. J. M. Mattingly, M. S. Raoland, ? t r.n.n m v.om D. Ringo, E, W. Ford. OHN Cltaa blood ansans a tla aklo. No huutv without It. L'uuriti. Candr Calhar- tio eltao your blood and step It dun. by tirrlof up tk laiy IWcr and driving ill from th body. Beiln toaj to biniih pimplM, belli, blotcbu. bltckbsidi, and that aickljr buioua complexion by Uklnc Cncrti,-T-butfor ten cent. All drug gnu, Miiiucuoa guaramwu, iw, iKtwt y Baaatr Is Bleed Deee. typical American, ot our own Abraham Lincoln stripe "Most heartily, therefore, do I approve of strengthening the hands of the people-lovin- g, the people consulting and the people reflecting Wil Ham McKlnley. God bless him." Kentucky. He was elected County Attorney in The following resolutions were read 1897 in one of the most hotly contest- by Gen. John C Black and adopted unanimously at all of the meetings: ed elections ever known in Ohio cout' TUB RESOLUTIONS. ty, overcoming a large majority of the "First We recognize that a condicombined forces of Democracy and tion ot war prevails in the Philippine Islands between the Government ol Populism. the United States and certain men Mr. Heavrin conducted the famous who are In Insurrection against the lawful authority of the United States. contest case of inthrough the Court of Appeals in 1898 We believe that such conditions of surrection has arisen from a course ol winning the suit and calling forth events which, when once Instituted, from the court the high commenda has moved and irresistible sequence this tion: "The best presentation ever to the present situation; that bar-- , course of events began with the made to this court by a young attor- baritles practiced by the Spanish Govney." ernment toward the inhabitants of the Mr. Heavrin has been a lifelong Island of Cuba. These barbarities Spanish auwere continued by Republican and a leading factor in thorities in spite of the protestations our the politics of this section. Ho has and entreaties through a series ol fought the battles for the success of years for an amelioration of these conditions, and finally culthe party upon which depends the fu- dreadful In minated the destruction of our war ture of the country. Never faltering vessel, the Maine, In the harbor of in defeat he has stood firm in the faith Havana. Every step which followed sequent of that the welfare and success of the has been inevitablewar between the preceding events the country are dependent upon Republi two nations, the success of American and ever ready to answer the arms and the consequence which atcan rule, party's call to battle. He has never tach to the conquest of an armed foe. Among these consequences were the been engaged in any factional fight occupation of the Philippine Islands whatever, but has always striven to by the American naval and military forces nnd the substitution during the maintain unity nnd harmony. sovereignty remainder ot the war Mr. Heavrin is a man of strong of the conqueror for of a of the conthat worth, quered. It the Philippine Islands, character and great personal possessing by nature the qualifications with the exception of a single year, ot a gifted leader. As a speaker he is Spanish sovereignty has been complete since the Sixteenth century logical, forceful, impressive and inspir- Spain collected the taxes, held the ing. The Republican party would make fortifications, appointed all the civil Spanish vlcerova. Spanish no mistake in placing him upon the officers. judges, Spanish courts administered ticket for Attorney General. No bet toe laws wmen were proclaimed oy ter roan could be chosen for the place. the Spanish Government and enforced In the event of his nomination and by the Spanish army and navy. The sndden destruction of this sovereignty election he would reflect credit upon compelled the substitution of the the commonwealth and the party. sovereignty of the conqueror. No other; Government In the archipelago Intorostlng to Ladlos, was competent to receive the authority surrendered by Spain. Our Gov"I have been subject to cryslhelas ernment had to accept and assume all my life and have been cured by the responsibilities of the situation run and execute the ditles devolved upon Hood's Sarsaparllla. When It by the change In the administration down from causes peculiar to my age of the laws. The only alternative and sex, I took Hood's. Sarsaparllla and was to surrender the Islands to an it did rue so much good that I advised archy or to foreign and selfish Interall tired, weak and overworked worn vention. Neither course was compatl ble with duty or with dictates en to give It a trial." Mrs. Mary of humanity. Therefore, theafter the A. Hiqgs, Hickory Valley, Tenn. conquest in the harbor of Manila, it on our Government ITnmVa PHI rnrr nil liver Ilia. was incumbent and property through to protect Hie to operate; reliable, out the archipelago. Cosy to take, easy sure. 35c. "We recognize and declare the facts to be that, from the 33th day of AugNOTICE. ust, 1898, nntil the 4th day of February, 1899, peace prevailed In Manila Republican Committee of Ohio The under the protection of American county la called to meet at the County arms; that, on the day last named, Attorney's Office In Hartford, Ken an insurgent force assailed our army tucky, on the 15th day of May, 1899, fortlfiatlons and encampments, under the cover of darkness, and by this act for the purpose of calling a conven of aggression inaugurated hostilities, tion, which convention is to nominate the first result of which was Intended a candidate for Representative add to be wholesale massacre and the dewithin the city, ala-- ) to elect delegates to the State struction of property "We recite with sorrow the fact and Senatorial Conventions, and to that therhlef encouragement extended transact other Important business that to the Insurgents has been from some will be before said committee. There' misguided fellow citizens; and to fore each member U requested to be them must be ascribed much of the bloodshed and ruin which has followpresent at said meeting, ed. day ot April, 1899. This, 11 "We further declare that the Gov crnment of the United States baa John P. Morton, Chairman, M S. Raqland, Secretary, sought in tvtry honorable way to Likens-Anderson There is an abundance ot excellent material in the Republican party of Kentucky from among which to select the State ticket for 1899. The best timber of the State Bhould bo worked into the State ticket. A gallant company oi intrepid leaders should command the hosts. To this end we invite the party to Ohio county to take from her virgin soil a noble son whom she honors, and of whom she is justly proud, in the person of Hon. M. L. Heavrin, to place upon the ticket for Attorney General. Born and reared on the farm, he was taught from youth up habits of integrity, industry and perseverance which today are marked traits of his strong character. Early in life he was desirous oi enter ing the study of law, but as his father was a farmer of limited means the re sponsibility of apreparation for thohigh calling which he had chosen devolved upon himself. The early opportuni ties in the work of his education were meager, only being able to attend the district Echool a part of each session. Notwithstanding such uninviting cir cumstances and unpromising environ ments he never became discouraged, The fiery ambition ot his own soul kept alive the spirit of hope. He suc ceeded in preparing himself to teach in the public schools at an early age He continued to teach and attend col lege alternately until he had complet cd his education. For two years sue cecding his college work he taught school and read law when he entered the Louisville Law University. From that institution he graduated with high honors. Returning to Hartford he at once entered upon the practice of his chosen prole&sion and soon gain' ed distinction at the bar. His sound judgment, tact, ability, long foresight and untiring energy have won for him fame in his profession and placed him at the head of the bar in Western CORSETS. We have a full line' of Corsets and Corset Waists. Our ladles' summer cure a cessation of hostilities, as Corset is a beauty. We have them evinced by the appointment of a from 25c to COc. Other Corsets horn fully authorized to treat with the Insurgents and to offer them peace 50c to 81.25 the best on earth. and amnesty, and by the action ol 8HOEH. our military and naval authorities, who have at all times been ready to We show man's fine Shoe,(all solid protect those who wonld surrender their arms and cease their warfare leather) worth 81.60; we sell at 81.25. MILUNBRY. agalnsjt the Government of tbe United Better grade, worth 81. 65, we sell at Yes, we are at home when it comes States. 81.39. In fact, we have shoes at all "We point to the fact that these ef- prices, viz: 81.48, 81.50, 81. GO, 81.75, to this line. Below we give you a (ew forts of peace have been continuously Children's trimmed Hats, rejected by the insurgents, until It 82.00, 82.50, 83.50 i.nd 83.75. This prices: became manifest even to them that line of Shoes cannot be excelled in worth 76c,our price 60c. Ladies' tine they were waging a hopeless war. quality, price nor style in the Green trimmed Hats, worth 81.50, our price "Second Wc declare our belief In 99c Sailors from 25c up. Ask to the high honor and jnst action of onr River Country. army and navy in the Philippine without any hesitancy, see our Flowers, Ribbons, Ac., when We can say Islands. We believe that onr GovWe know we can please of Ladies' Shoes cannot in our store. ernment has taken every step that it that our line be excelled in any of the large cities. you in this line, because we have an should take to secure peace and order. We believe that the Administration We can sell you a genuine Dongola expert trimmer who can make a hat representing the Government has Lace Shoe, solid leather, not half pa- to cost you any price you desire. highly and fully discharged Its duty In the premises. We consider It our per, for 81.10. It's worth anywhere MKN'S UNDKRWKAR. part to share the burdens of our Gov 81.50. We have Shoes at all prices Shirts and drawers, regular 35c ernment rather than'to embarrass its and we invite you to see our line when goods; we sell at 23c. Better grade, eflorts and thns prolong the conflict Footwear. you need of arms. regular G5c goods, our price 48c. All -- "Third We know that at this very other grades go at tbe same low price. MEN'fcf SHIRTS. hour our soldiers in arms are face to face with an armed foe; and until the Wo have fine white laundred shirts - Columbia Cheviot, sells all over the close of hostilities we know only our country, its army and navy, and Its at 60c, they're worth 81. Wo tell a world at 8c; we sell it at CJc per yard. Executive. We pledge to them while nice Negligee Shirt at 39c, it's worth our flag shall be in battle our unfal- 75c. Fine silk pud bosom shirts go at e Extra heavy Shlrtibg, tering support. worth 5c; wo sell It at 3Jc per yard. 81.39, worth 81.50. "Fourth We as Americans take pride in the achievments ol our army and navy, both in the war with Spain and in the present military operations In the Island of Luzon. The heroism of officers and men alike have shed renewed luster on American arms The cause In which they have fought x was and is a just one. They are now fighting for the security of the lives ot peaceable throughout tbe archipelago, and In just re prisal of an unprovoked attack. We believe that the sending of seditions appeals to the American troops, engaged in hostilities, is on act of treasonable character, and that every ap peal to them to abandon their colors or disregard tbelr duty as soldiers merits the lasting condemnation of every patriot. "Fifth The Government of the United States should be, and we begE3lieve will be, true to its principles In the disposition of all questions that may arise in the fnture In our relationship with the people of the Phil- Harlan MANDA, KY. 6 Hart 17 ippine Islands, Henderson.. . . 16 Henry . 13 "Sixth We regard the great issue Hickman, May 7. Health of this neighbor, 19 4 Hopkins of the hour to be the success of our Jackson . . . . 12 Jefferson. , . .207 hood Is good, but I am informed that country in the performance of the Jessamine 10 Johnson .16 there are two cases of meningitis be dnty which It owes to civilization. Kenton . . . . 45 Knott I 4 tween here and Horse Branch. Until this fa assured until armed in Knox S hope the dread disease will not reach 20 LaKue surrectlon has ceased we have no Laurel 14 Lawrence 19 here. terms to offer but the American terms JjtsM Farmers are busy planting corn and 8 7 Lee of unconditional surrender." Letcher 7 Lewlr. .21 preparing tobacco gronnd. They were getting along nicely until the 16 Livingston Lincoln 7 20 Lyon 7 rain last night, which will stop them Official Call for Ropubllcan Logan Magoffin. 12 lor a few days. Madison 27 Stato Convontlon. We will have plenty of apples, 6 Marlon Meade 13 Marshall 3 Martin 7 Eluins and cherries, but we will not At a meeting of the Stat Central peaches. The peach trees 33 McCracken . . 15 Committee of Kentucky, held at the Mason 4 are nearly all killed by the bard win7 Menifee., Louisville Hotel, in tbe city ot Louis McLean 11 Metcalfe.,. . . 10 ter. vllle, Ky,, April 20th, 1899, it was Mercer MrWorley, our merchant at this ordered that the Republican State Monroe . . . . 11 Montornery ..,12 9 Muhlenberg . , 18 place, Is bulldldg an addition to his Convention be held In the city of Lex. Morgan 11 store house, which will make It much 9 Nicholas Idgton on the 12th day of July, 1899, Nelson 24 Oldham 4 more convenient at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of Ohio We have a good Sabbath school at 7 Owsley 9 nominating Republican candidates lor Owen 8 this place, with B. P. Sanderfur as 13 Perry the following State offices, to be voted Pendleton 6 superintendent. 21 Powell I hope he will be for at the November election, 1899, Pike 25 Robertson, . . 4 ably assisted by the e utlre neighborFor Governor, Lieutenant Pulaski . 8 hood. Governor, Secretary ot State, Attorney Rockcastle. . . .12 Rowan 10 Scott 5 Why has not some sllverlte come General, Auditor of Public Accounts, Russell Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Shelby . . . . 14 Simpson . . . 5 ont against out Dick? Are they all Taylor 8 afraid of him? 3 Instruction, and Commissioner of Ag- Spencer 11 Todd Born to the wife of J. R. Jarnagln, 17 Trigg , riculture, Labor and Statlstjcs. Trimble 2 Union , . . . , 6 on the 7th Inst, both doing well. The basis of representation is said Warren . . . . 32 Washington . , 14 News Boy. convention shall be one vote for every m s mi Wayne 13 .11 Webster. too votes or fraction of 50 cast for Whitley T Oar C.aatlpaiUa rorar.r. 6 .21 Wolfe James G. Bailey at the November .TakaCatearala Csndr Calhar Ho. lOoorSo. 12 Woodford It Ct O. O. (all to curs, drugglau rsfnnd noMr. election, 1897. C. M. Babnett, Chairman. , The various county commltteesshall R, L. Gwathmby, Sec'y pro tern, Colored Man Doad. arrange conventions or primary elections for the selection of delegates to Echols, May 8. Please allowed me BEDA. KY. attend said convention, the manner of space In your valuable paper to menselecting delegates to be left entirely May 10. Wheat is looking fine. tion the death of George Schultz, coltb the county committees. The recent showers of rain have been ored, who was 77 years old and for Under the above basis of representa- done good to oats and wheat, also 42 years a member oi tbe missionary tion the various counties will be en- a great help in softening the ground Baptist church. Died May 3rd. Died titled to the following vote; as he lived, a chrlstaln, To the lam for plowing and planting corn, Adair 15 Allen. , Mr. Gilbert Dodson was tbe guest ily we tender our condolence and 15 8 Ballard Anderson Mrs. Elizabeth trust thht we all may bow with hum. 3 efhis grandmother, 16 Bath ble heart to the will of him that doeth Barren 14 Ward, Saturday night, Boone C, L. Bailby. Bell 4 Mr. Sidney Bozarth and Mr. C. A. all things well. ,13 Boyd In matrimony, Bourbon 20 19 Chapman were united Boyle . . , . . 13 Bracken . . , , 10 May 9th, by Rev. J, A. Bennett. May IM KM Toil Htn alwirt BftiM 8 Breckenrldge.,,20 joy and peace attend them through Bmiium Breathitt. Bullitt Blfsatas 17 5 Butler of Caldwell Mrs. W. C, Beunett was the guest 13 Calloway 5 Campbell. , , , 49 Carlisle 2 of her mother, Mrs, Nancy Park, the Carroll 21 9th. 5 Carter Momorlal Day, May 30. Casey Miss Etta Beunett was the guest ot 14 Christian, 34 Clark The Washington Eldson Post, No. 17 Clay 17 Miss Fannie Austin Friday night. Clinton Trade in Beda is Improving. Levy 218 of the G. A. R. will meet at the 7 Crittenden. , . 15 , M. E. Church, Hayti, at 9 a. tu. and Cumberland . . 9 Daviess 14 & Co,, and Mr. Bennett are gentle-Hdmonson., . . 9 IUllott , . , . 11 men wotthy of your trade march from there to the cemetery and 8 Rstlll decorate the graves of the deceased School progressing nicely. 5 foyett Fleming comrades and march from there to Success to the RrtruuuCAN. 19 Floyd 2 Franklin 14 Fulton the grove where a' nice dinner will be Hustler. Gallatin 12 served at 1 p in. Rev, Piles will 3 Garrard Q,Jk, Nt 3H. X aV 12 Graves 8 speak followed by others, and we ex. Grant Grayson , , . . 1 7 Green ta pect a nice time, mere will beex-- I ,16 Hancock Greenup cellent music on the ground, the Tay. 9 Hardin Mines nnd Hattlord bands will 10 Harrison , , , . 13 I lor com-missifirst-class yard-wid- arc unknown. With this condition cotnea a healthy flow of nourishment for the child, which enablea the mother to (ratify the fondest inttinct of maternity. Two yean act) t msrd two bottles of Doctor Mercc's rarorltc rmcrlptloa, and in AprU a nice baby was born, before tbe doctor came, wrltea Mri. Katie AaUker.of m rat Street, Alliance, Ohio. " 1 wat not very tick, Baby it now 14 rcoatht old and weight 30 pouodt. Now I eapect another abomt August, and I am artin taking tke 'rawrlt Prescription' and fret very wen. Several ntlghbora art using X)r ncrct't medicine through my telling tntnt about U. One lady .ays, 'before commencing Or rierce't Favorite Prescription I had to vomit every day, but after I rot the medicine, from the Srtt spoonful that I look, 1 slopped vomiting ' It hat done tke same thing for me It it a God send tor women." No alcohol In any form, la contained In "Favorite Prescription," neither opium nor other narcotic. This cannot truthfully be aald of any other medicine especially designed for women and told through druggists. Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free of all charge. livery letter la treated a strictly private and aacrcdly confidential, and all replies are enclosed in plain envelope, bearing- - no matter whatever. ErintedPierce, Buffalo, K. Y. Address Dr. 15c, we sell at wool one way,wortli lOo per yard. SG Better grades, in. wide, one-ha- lf wool, regular 20c goods, our low price 15o per yard. Regular 25o goods go in this sale at the low prico oi 20c per MEN'S HATS. We have a fine lino oi linen hats. Tbey are the latest thing out iu the We have way of summer headwear. them from 25c to 60c each. All kinds of fine hats at prices to suit tho times, ranging from 49c to 83.00. m TABLK LINBNS. Good, fast colors, worth 35o to 40c; Half Bleached wo sell at 25c a yard. Table Linen, regular 50c goods ; we sell at 39c per yard, Extra Bleached Linon, regular 65o goods ; wo sell at 50c porjard. Sheeting, soils everywhere at 4 20c; we sell it at ICo per yard. 9-- yard. In fine novelty patterns, - wo havo them from 83 f0 to $10 per pattern. As for wash goods,we defy any store in the city to show a better line, at prices as low as we will make you. CLOTHING We are headquarters in this lino. We can fit you in price, quality and style. We give you a few prices below: Men's Suits 82.50, worth 83.60 " 4.60 2.98, same " 7.50 4.98, " 10.00 " COO, W4 can fit you out in the nobbiest and most.styliih suit for 81.00. Boy's suits go at 75c, 98o and on up to as high as 87.60. Men's socks, black and tan, at 5o per pair. Better grades goat 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and up to 60c per pair. - J A full line of Dimities, worth 7 Jo and 10c, we sell at 5c per yard. w m A full and complete line of Wash Goods at 25 per cent, under regular price. We will sell you a good gingham for Aprons, Bonnets, Dresses, Ac., at 4o per yard. The best Amukeog Gingham at 5c, Spring cleaning is tbe order of tbe day and we havo a nico line oi Mattings and Oil Cloth. We have a nice piece of Oil Cloth at 20c a yard and others at 25c and 30c per yard, I.ACF.S and EMBK01DUKIF.S. Go at 2Jc, 3Jc, 4c, 5c, 7c, 10c, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c. Good soil finish, yanl-wid- e Bleach ed Cotton, you can't bur it anynhere except at our store for few than 7Jc; wo sell it at 60 per yard. Alabama plaid shirting 5Jc a yard. Good quality, regular Go goods ; we tell it at 4 Jo per yard. Calico from 2c, 3Jc up to 60 per yard all tho best grades and neatest styles. White flannel 15c, 20c and 25c per yard, worth 10c more on tho yard. New York Camlet Jeans, the best, 10c per yard. Spring styles in Dress Gingham, worth 7c; we sell It at 5c. Better grade, worth 10c, our price OJc Oiir large trade which we have enjoyed during our first month's business, speaks more for us than we can tell you through the paper. We hope to have a continuation of your liberal patron-age,an- d we assure you that our low prices, good Goods, honest dealing and polite attention will merit it. We know are sure lor it. Bring us your wool, feathers, eggs, ginseng, and we'll pay you the highest market price. For your wool we will pay CASH or Yours Very Respectfully, Merchandise. - f T. GOTJJLJilXrS. ' play for us. Everybody Invited. Come one and all, let uX have a good time on May 30th. G. W. Piurra, Commander. C. ... ... .... .... .... ... ... ... ... ...... ... Parks, Adjutant. .... .... ... (iOOd :, BlOOd! Which ' .... ... ... ... ... .... t: .... .... ... ... ... .... .... .... .... .... Yonr heart beati oter one hundred thousand timet etch day. One tmndred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain. Impure blood, then your brain achet. You are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep. You are at tired In the morning at at nlsht. You have no nerve power. Your food docs you but lime gooa. It it? It bad, Stimulant, tonlct, headache powaert, cannot cure you; cur I ... .... ... .... .... .... I & will. It maltei the liver, ildneys, kin and bowels perform their proper work. It removes all Impurities from the blood. And It nukes the blood rl:h In lit ... .... .... ... ... ... properties. Areovefiy To Hmmtett You will be more rapidly cured If you will tako a litailve doss of .... .... Ayer't plllt each night. They arouse the tlugglsb Urea' and thus cure bllloutnest. ssrslttt tM M.f hit.jomi aoBlatat ahrsuUnt la ha 0nll4 trust. Wrll. tl..lr all IU Wa Uia asclulf a n im T tMMi aaacaM, at ... VO Adams, uiu t, ATKir. IxraaU, Uat. c - '-- "rWT3w3r'' iiiph mnwii.iioi i'yyVpi!.l.w(.nii.lmt.i(jHjHi M - i. 5BryiF'" inni mrnuii pit t ttn i i ) 1 1 trrrweso 88bch mmmtmtitq "He That Stays Does the Business," power. " On this quality success depends. The blood Is the best friend the heart has, and" faint heart' never won anything. Hood's Sarsaparltla Is the best friend the blood ever fiad; It cleanses the blood of everything. 4 Sam Jones is coming. Preparation and energy are the sickles with which the golden harvest ol a well spent life are reaped No young man or woman can afford to enter upon the duties of life with-- , out first thoroughly preparing him sell, and especially is a thorough preparation essential to the success ol a teacher. We would urge upon the teachers ol Ohio county the Impor tance of equlplng themselves for the great work which lies belore them. No other people holds such a position of trust as the teacher. His work is for eternity. Those who feel them selves deficient in preparation might find it pleasant as well as profitable to spend a few weeks in a good Review School. There will be a school of this character conducted by the facul ty of Hartford College, beginning June 5th and continuing five weeks, and there will probably be schools of like character at other points within the reach of the teachers ol Ohio county. SAVANNAH, GOERGIA. A Founded Facts, Not Fulsome Flattery. Whatever we say here or could say at any other time concerning the goods mentioned In this advertisement will be sustained by the articles themselves. We talk of them to tell yon ol their worthiness and beauty and when you see them you will admit that the atory was but half told. We can not paint goodness ol quality, loveliness of style with only type, piper and Ink, your eyes should behold the things themselves to appreciate the beauty thereof. We cordially Invite you to make a tour ol Inspection of this store and Hartford's greatest shopping store will give you a full welcome. Note our prices: New line of figured Dimities Beautiful line white and fancy Piques ioc , . .' Surer line of Organdies ioc Solid Organdies ioc Exquisite line silk Ginghams 3Jfc Home spun Linens (plain) . . ioc Fancy Linens 18c Kersey Suiting for Skirts ioc India Linens, sheer quality 5c Paris Muslin, two yards wide. . , 75c Crinkled Mulls, latest for waists i6$c Thirty-si- x inch Percals- 6c Five hundred yards fancy Lawns Pretty Fans 3c, two for 5c Ladles' Vests 5c, six for sjc Ladles' leather Belts, 15c quality 19c Good Black Stockings 5c Ladles fine lisle dropped stitch hose . . 35c or 3 prs. lor ft Sixty dozen Ladies' aoc quality seamless black hose, ss long aa they last, two pairs for . , . 35c Good summer Corsets 15c R. Sc G. short waist Corsets 85c Best Kid Gloves, all shades Jl.oo Sad Accident In Co. I of the Third Kentucky. ' staying All the world admires Ono Man Shot Through the Abdomen and Another Through the Arm. May 6 Mr. Hunt, who was shot through the abdomen, lived about 8 hours. Mr. Allen, who was shot through the arm, Is in the general hospital. Yesterday morning while all was In the best of spirits, turning In our ordnance and fast preparing for that glorious day to every volun teer and with no thought to mar our (Oil REV. SAM JONES, famous lecture on A CORRECT WAY FIFTH Coma to a roll-a- TO VALUE DRY GOODS. FIRST Examine the Quality. SECOND Verify the Styles. THIRD Test the Color. FOURTH Satisfy yourself how they will serve your purpose. ble store where you can repose confidence in what is wid about tbem that's all. nc Hood's Bartaparllla makes the struggle easy. It gives clear, strong blood; hence perfect health ensues. rH"vOS-"T- he itching ot hires which troubled mt last lummer wu terrible; "stay." If you would be atrong in tlio race of life and "do the bualnesa," you mutt i' .,' i :;i : 3c V li. ft Saturday, inviting us to hold memor -- mial service at their homes, but as it No came in too late, it will be held at Creek church as the Post had already acted on it. We thank the young nu. 111.. nwVs Ht.t lidies who got up the petition and all who signed same, lor their kina reon- membrance of the old soldiers and Messrs. M. L. Heavrin, M. S Rag-lan- d their dead comrades. We held serWe continue to sell good heavy socks 5c and Jo. B. Vlckers attended the vices there two years ago and we Nice Suspenders ioc can't lorget the kind treatment we show st Fordsville Saturday. Good Balbrlgan Underwear 35c received Irom the patriotic citizens of i1 , . Beautiful line Ties sc to 50c We have just received another fine McIIenry and Render. Again thanks Bigger line of Shirts than any two houses in lot oi Crepons iu black for skirts and for your kind lnvitatl6n. From the Hartford show 35c to f t.oo members of Preston Morton Post No. dresses. Carson & Co. Good drill Drawers 3 pairs for 35c ioc, 4, G. A. R. . Nice Straw Hats 35c Mr. Sam Gaines, thehustllngsuper Good Crash Hats Soldlors Mooting. aS -' ya aMni Intendent of the Fordsville Block Coal Extra quality Sweaters 50c 4 Co., madeusa very pleasant call while Good grain Shoes Pursuant to call, several of the citii.oo f zens ol Hartiord met at the court In town this week. Fine Dress Shoes f 1.00 , house last Friday night to make some Latest style Collars . . . 15c or 3 for 35c -Mr. Joe Carson lelt Monday for arrangement In reeard to entertain Neat Suit of Clothes $2.50 Preatis to erect a nice residence lor ing the soldier boys upon their re Summer Coats 50c to J 5 00 Mr. James Richmond, a prosperous turn from the war. What the meet ing lacked in numbers was made up farmer oi that section. Always in earnestness and enthusiasm in No question about you. being pleased with our goods and prices. Don't be Mr. Gentry Davis and Miss Rosa preparing the entertainment. The meeting wan called to order by Aultmire were united in the holy Father, mother, remember that many the last person in the world to find out where best goods are sold the cheapest. you will Capt. S. K. Cox and Judge R. R. men of fame date the rising ol Don't iail to bring us your Wool, Feathers and Ginseng highest market bonds ol matrimony Wednesday night Weddlntr was elected chairman and their own hopes of useiuluess tOURS RESPECTFULLY, at the residence of Mrs. E. J. Hud- - S. A. Anderson, secretary. A motion price paid for them. j imwith the inspiration --was made and carried for the chairbibed from speechman to appoint three committees to Are official copy ol the census oi make all preparations, equipments, order ol the day. Our line ol Wool Carpets, Mattings, es of great men. Floor Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains, Plain and Fancy Scrims, school districts oi Ohio county will &c. Capt S. K Cox. Judge J. P. Window Shades, Cnrtain Poles, should interest you. Call ft. appear in the column of the Repubu Miller, Messrs. C P, Keown, T. L. Mr. Jones comes under the auspices and get our prices; sure to please you. can next Issue. Teachers lookout Griffin and Col. J. S. R. Wedding, of the Woman's Club of Hartford chairman, were appointed as a com. lor Read about it; think about it; talk it mlttee en reception. Remember we want your Wool, your Feathers, your - V 1 Col. and Mrs. C M. Darnell went The chairman also appointed judge F.ggs you get highest market prices at our store. up and COME. This may be your tollopkinsvlllelast Friday to visit the J. F. Carson, chairman, Mr. Juo. C last opportunity to hear Sam Jones. family of Dr. A, F. Stanley. They Riley and Dr. E. W. Ford a commit General Admission, 50c. tee to look alter getting up the finance returned Wednesday and reports very for toe entertainment and Messrs. - J. - pleasant trip. M. S. Ragland and B. M. Mattingly, 1 DON'T FAIL TO COME. Ringo were appointed as a com- A Field & Son have secured an extra D. T mittee an arrangements and nrocram. stable and now have ample room to ; m ; - T: faua'-t&-i If you want your curtains and por It was decided by the citizens to accommodate all their customers. prepare a banquet for the boys and tiers to look neat and clean, save The politest attention and the best oi the manner ot conducting same was them lor Lyman 'Williams, agent for left to the various committees to feed for your horses. the Hopklnsvllle Steam Laundry and make all suitable arrangements, 'prep Dye Works. Reasonable prices Mr. Earl Collings came up from aratlons, &c. It was also orde'ed Sonatorlal Convontlon. Glenville Saturday, returning Sun- that the proceedings be published In Hartford papers. No further busiAt a meoting oi the Republican Excube a cold in one day, accompanied by Mrs Collings, the the meetlne adjourned. ness, Take Laxative Bromo Quinlne'Tab FRIDAY, MAY is. ecutive Committee oi tho 7th Senawho had been the guest of her mothR. R. Wbddino, Ch'm'n. ltts. All druggists refund money if torial district, held at Beaver Dam, er, Mrs. Lucy Klein, for several days. S. A. Anderson, Sec'y. the Hartford Republican and the it fails to cure. 35c. The genuine has Cth,1899,lt was ordered that copy of each L. B. Q. on each tablet. Ky.,May Don't miss the Jones lecture. Hartford Herald and a tf Mr. J. W. Hale, of Fordsville, was be sent to the bereaved wile of the dethe Republican Convention for the 7 lb Circuit Court begins next Monday, In town Tuetday and Wednesday re Bdncate Tour Mom. I. With Caseareta. ceased. Senatorial District bo held at Beaver Candy Cttkiritc, euro constipation fori.. lOo.SJo. If ao.0.tall,drmstarenu4BUsr. 1 J. W. JONES.'Sergeant, Field's 'bus meets all trains at pairing the Telephone exchange. Doafnoss Cannot bo Cured Dam, Ky.,June 10tb,1899,atl p. in., Mr. Hale Is a natural genius and alBeaver Dam. T W. WATtrt. Seiwanr. In Momory. for the purpose oi nominating a canways makes success of anything by local applicants as they cannot A. L. Hudson, Wagoner. J Everything new in Straw Hats at which he undertakes. didate for State Senator. The basis of diseased portion of the ear reach the In loving remembrance of our dear There is only one way to cure deaf for said convention Carson & Co's. representation brother, Robert Emmett Cox, who Mr. G. 1. Snyder, of Scottdale, ness, and that Is by constructional In the spring the birds are singing shall ba one vote for each 100 votes or Mr Jno. W. Ragland, Roslne, was As they build their summer home, departed this life May 7, 1897, Penn., Is the guestof Mr. Fon Rogers. remedies. Dealness Is caused by an Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would wis fraction over CO cast tor James G. in town yesterday. inflamed condition of the mucous linn Blades of grass and buds are springing, Two years ago bis form was laid of the Mr. Snyder was a class-mat- e success in life. This being conceded, it is of first importance to get your Bailey at tho November election, 1897. in peaceiui rest ocneain me soa, ing ot the Eustachian Tube. When cattle roam. O'er the mead the training at the school that stands in the very front rank. Mr. P. II. Ross, Centertown, called Rogers twins at Lebanon, O., in 1805. A purer soul ne'er put on wings, this tube is Inflamed you have a rumThe mode ol selecting delegates to to see us yesterday. & He is an excellent young man and bling sound or imperfect hearing, and In the spring your blood is freighted And Bought its borne in heaven Easiness-- College; said convention shall be by Precinct With the germs that cause disease, with God, LOCINVILLE, KENTUCKY. his surprise visit is most highly ep when It is entirely closed, deafness is Dr. B. N. Fattersonof' McIIenry, And since that time my tearful eyes Conventions to County Conventions, the result, and unless the inflamatlon Humors, Bolls, are designated ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in predated. was town Wednesday. Have longed so oft to see thy face. can be taken out and this tube restor SHORTHAND, his line. Graduates of this college preferred by bnsl. Signals warning you of these. which County Conventions shall select condition, hearing j ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tesTELEGRAPHY, delegates to the District Convention, For SAi.it First data bicycle. Call The funeral of Mrs. Sarah E. Byers, ed to Its normal forever; nine cases In the sprlug that tired feeling To day a sister mourns the loss timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all overtfc' deceased, will be preached at ShllobJ will be destroyed Of Emmett, loved so fond and true. Makes you every duty shirk, Saul County Conventions shall be held at Hartford Water Mill. 8 United States It will be mailed to yon FREE. church on the fifth Sunday In July, out of ten are caused by catarrh, Makes you feel like beglunlng.stealing A loving father's heart laments, nothing but an inflamed not Uter than June 8tb, 1899. All Dr. H. B, Innes was a pleasant instead oi the fourth Sunday in this which Is r t? And mourns in anguish for him.tbo. engage in work. mucous surfaces. condition ol the Rather than known Republicans and others who caller at this office Monday. of him and weep And sisters month as was announced in Tits Run We will give One Hundred Dollars But there's something known that will With hearts think of sorrow, grief and pain. will. pledge support to the nominee G.'B. for any case of Deafness (caused- - by Linen Suits for men $2.00, Linen PonucAN last week, by Rev. A man to health and vigor lead. shall be entitled to vote in the Precatarrh) that cannot be. cured by His eyes were closed in peaceful sleep, McDonald, of Greenville. Pants 50c at Carson & Co's. cure, sena lor cir Yon will find Hood's Sarsaparllla His hands were folded on his breast; Hall's catarrh cinct Conventions. Just exactly what you need. I bowed and kissed his cold, pale lips, ' The counties composing the 7th Don't forget to bring in your Wool, Mrs. W. W. Austin died at her culars:F.tree. Chenry Co , Toledo, O. My brother's soul had gone te rest. J. home, near Hartford, last Frldsy Senatorial district will be entitled to Feathers and Hams. Cabsok& Co, COBB A COLD IN ONE BAT Sold by Druggists, 7Jc. Home is not what it used to be. night and was laid to rest iu Oakwood Takq Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Since our dear brother is not there. Hall's Family Pills are .the best. Goto Westetfield & Miller's for cemetery on the following day In the the following vote: Ohio, 2J; Muh. lets. All druggists relund money if frest meats, lard, bacon and chickens. presence lenberg, lo Butler, 17. CoaM. far Tilt; ol a large number of sorrw it fails to cure. 35c The genuine Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Ouaraatesd tobacea habit ear, makes weak has L. B. Q. on each tablet- Jomr P. MObton, Ch'm'n. around tf Farming implements of all kinds, ing relatives and friends. The RK- - men strong, blood pure. Mo, IX. All draff lata. Owensboro cemetery, where he la laid John H. Thomas, Sec'y. for sale by Henry Field & Son. extends condolence td the ruoucAN Often comes from onr hearts a bit RENDER, KY. We have come to the Farmer's Rescue with Prices rent in twain with ter cry, We cell Bedsteads at 1.50 and Oak bereaved ones. the determination that he shall not endure hard labor if he will only buy Why dldtinr dear brother die? May 8. Rev. J. R. Bennett, of our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Cultivators. Dressers $7.00. Carson & Co. Drs. B. W. Fotd, K B. Pendleton ' While the yellow politicians are Aberdeen, was in town last week and Yet again We hope t6 meet him Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and loss of time. Wedding, and Messrs. Harry When tie days ot life are fled, called to see his old friend, K. F. Mr. J. A. Anderson's little girt bss andS. J. Farmers, before buying elsewhere, come and examine our large stock ravinghairand tearing their on account Or. Miles' Nervine Restores Health. And in heaven with joy to geet him pneumonia and was no better yester- Taylor, E. T. Miller, J. II. Thomas of the omnlverous trusts, Hon. F, S. Rowe. of Implements of every description. Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, Where no iarewell tears are shed, Miss Etta Stroud, of Central City and Miss Lnla Walker are attending Wagons, &c, &c. day. Attorney Monnett. A Sister, the murder case of F. L. Smith, who General the Republican and is do was in ' this city last Sunday. oi Ohio, has done Mr, John Blackburn and little Dr. J. S. Smith, of McIIenry, was killed Franklin at Sulphur Springs ing more fighting for the people and danghter.Maggle, and little son .made In town "Wednesday and called at this in November, 1897, which is being against the trusts than all the pes- a Hying trip to tforasvtue snuaay. office. simistic politicians in the country.- - Mrs. Clyde Rowe Is on the sick list tried at Hardlnsburg this week. at this wiltlnir. Log Cabin. BEAVER DAM, KENTDCKY. 34 Six tickets to the Jones lecture have Attorney Peyton Roby, Fordsville, Mrs. John W. Rowe has returned to attended quarterly court here this been spoken for by parties of Morgan-towDeal Toswc StU ui Basis Tsar lift awsf. her home at Centertown. There seems to be more talk To quit tobacco essllr end tor.r.r. b.mr Rev. Richardson, of Ceralvo, filled week. t manifested in BStte, lull ot lit., narre and Tlior, take about and his regular appointment here last the wonderworker, that mak.s wsak msa Mr. Henry Shown, of the Shinkel the Jones lecture than when he was strong. All druiclsts, We or II. Cursiuinn-u.d-. Sundav. They are ? Booklet and simple tree. Adlresa Mr. Samuel Jameajr , went to Cen Cbspel, community made us a pleas, here several years ago coming irom every section to hear Burling Itemed Co., Cnlcago or Nsw York. tral City last weft on business, V ant call Tuesday. fnA mllrlrt Tap i n ) r him. You cau't afford to miss It. Is a Miss Martha Lauder and Miss Lan-n- le Mrs. John II, Thomas and children r baby Fisher were In Beaver Dam Saturthat is thin and noti r Economical Writing Machine. 1 We have just received a carload ol day. a. .All Mnssvlftiff Tab 4Kat are visiting relatives at Sulphur Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and ContbvdtJ en KtntHfla prMr Mr. C. P. Walhen, ot Vine Grove, Ml Drills of the best make to be had and r mother pMii. It UTA mut VnM whose milk does i r of la In town on business. - Springs this week. ucflMinj. AsulrSSb'.miwfeirJai are prepared to save you money on Render Union Sunday school is the Mtss Stella Thomas returned last not nourish the baby. Call and see all kinds of machinery. best Sunday school in tne county weeks us before buying. Agents for K is emiaHy good For the i r r AJkfmMCJttv'i. EUSIEL ODEAS. iimw ad Saturday from a visit of several Is our while Miss Maggie Qwynn the King of harvesting tax collector, Dsvsrly, Uau., wbq baa to relatives in Louisville. Francis is boy or girl who is thin and secretary. Mr. L n, Smith Premier Typewriter Ctrnpsny, atone, aaysi passsdtbeSOtb lit rail machinery, superintendent. i r r tmt and not well nourished "Dr. Miles' KestoraUraNsMlnebu dona a Mrs. Joe Pearce and Mrs. Tames Q Henry Field & Son, Louiavllla, Ky 215 5th Judson Bowe was in Beaver Dam sraat deal ot food. I suffered for years from Kelley, ot Render, were pleasant call, by their food; also for the j 421 Walnut St. , Cinolnnatl, O. Cousin. on business last week. eleepltasnese and nervous heart troabl. Momorlal Sorvlcoa r atuemk or consumptive i r ers at this office Wednesday. Would test weary and used up la tba mora-InAll forms of scrofula, soies, bolls, had no ambition and my work seem.d a adult mat u kmwi mm Will be held on Tuesday,Mayjoth, Sim Jot,es is coming, Think about Dr. Mllss' burden. A frlendttcommended pimples and eruptions, are quickly i r and strength. purchased 0. bottle under It, talk about It, Bend your friends 1899, at No Creek church. The pub-liNtrrioe, and I and permanently cured by Hood's i r is invited to attend. Services will In fscL for aM cojttWtofls r protett aa I had triad so many ramadlea un and come yourself be conducted by Chaplain, Rev. Jo A. euceeufuliy, I thoufbt It no use. Bat It word about it Sarsapatilla. of wasting, H is the food JusUcs of US. SuavaoM Court, gave ma restful sleep, a food appetite and Messrs, Pete Lauder, Wra. Reld, Bennett, ol our post. All graveyards WEBSTER'S r medklne that wHi wr I "Ioommeod It to all aa ta one sTeet atand. .restored ma'to eaertetlo (Malts. It la a newkh ; should be cleaned out as we have 1 as Notioo to Creditors, jj authority." ease wklck to grand good tnucine, ana 1 win giaaiy write Llewellen Francis and others, oRen.i graves to decorate In different locali .INTERNATIONAL J L.UU turn, tU. kiulu amJ with H cxcala In tbe treaodsiu anyone Inquiring full particulars of say aat der, were Iu Hart lord Wedsesday, All persons bavins' claims against ties. Both the Blue and Gray will be wont soushti la aocurt o( lUOultloq I la effeoi-tr- o Itfactory eip.rl.uea." DICTIONARY sirvt MwRfe and MHriv' aiawi"als""nseWillis BoK strewn with flowers. You all can BwttioiU at Indicating pnwuocUUoa t la terse a, Bmttu.acceascu, tbe estate ol James Dr. Mlleal BemodlM The little child of Mr. o( fwU aa4 la ftM bAlAbT afcftafcMfcat fatal! and eomprtnWo statouunts bring a basket with youy luuch and r are notified to present the aame.prop. VII VlfWI fWWWfW iwn are sold by (l. druj. practical uso M a wocklnr dlotlonur. Hag, of Sulphur Springs, died Mon spend a day with your old friends. erly proven as required by law before 51irhaWs A gltteundes a potllWa 0pMtm.it paflM, see ssnl on awtUaUM. la erwanjwws (aay WamtH anal juubUUI1 ma day of cerebrospinal meningitis. meat My office la Hartlord.Ky,, oh ox bottle program will be out in time for the wwantM, Brst A UU.r.. tybtUU. Mim V. t. A. i. fc C. Wawttem Co.. , bmJ.m irMaar. censlta or money re- jBi 1 lwvVWW iH before the a$th day of May) 11899, or r 4C,u4tie,lUnatts. Will sell you a set ot Chairs at occasion. Morton funded. Book on disPreston they win pe narrca, , Post No, 4.G. A.R. SCOTT4S0Vrar,CWt.U,NY.rt. eases of the heart and n. p. nkai., fa. jo, cane seat Chairs fj.oo per set. Wu. A, Carson, Commander, 43 sarTsefrea. Address. Adm'r ofJames A. Smith, deceased, Carson & Co. J C. Ci!Aunr(Ri.Am, Adjt. DX. MILKS MBDIOAL UO, JUltkart, lad. blotches eama all oyer my body. Hood's Sarsaparllla and Hood's Pills cured me." Mas. MiT Isbott, 233 South Wolf St., Baltimore, Md. All Run Down " I was as tired In the morning- - as at night, had no ambition, weak and run down. Three bottles ot Hood's Sarsiparllla built me np and cured me. Can eat well and sleep well." Mis. Cms. Mou, 18 Uadlson St., Sandusky, Ohio. Female Troubles-- " I would hart wel corned death any time as a relief from catarrh o( the womb ard other serious A Card of Thanks. troubles. The best physicians said my ease was helpless. I stopped taking erery-thin- e else and took Hood's Sarsaparllla. A petition signed by 317 ladles and New lire cam to me and I Kilned until I Render,Ky., am perfectly well and itronr." Mas. 11114 citizens of McIIenry and wast sent in to our G. A. R. meeting J. SUatR, tonedell, Missouri. - Sam Jones is coming. ...... JtoodS SaMafual f '' FOR THE MEN ... i ... '..?.. the Our Gent's Furnishings are Latest. Inquire at our Store and get the proper thing. JvIoiiQe - ladies. - 5fiXftS m ft it ' Hartford Temple of Fashion, FAIR&CO., Prop'rs. iiiinmm mm Hartford Republican. happiness, we were suddenly plunged into deep sorrow, yet untold by pen, by hearing the report of a Remington rifle that was brought irom Cuba as a souvenir, which was in the hands of J. II. Arnold, through whose carelessness one young msn lost his life and another made a cripple. Herman Hunt, the deceased, was a member of Co. I 3d Ky. Vol. and to say that he had made a good and faithful soldier would be but feebly expressing the thought. He was loved by all and to know him was to admire his great morals, and such a light as God would use to woo the world to grace, and while we poor mortals are bereft of our dear friend and one of our model comrades, we can console ourtelves with the thought that while we have sustained an Irreparable loss, it was his gain, and another star has arisen in the battlements of heaven to guide the wanderer home, and to his bereaved wife and loved ones, while we feel keenly your terrible loss, we can give to you the consolation that is a soothing balm to every wound that your loss was his gain. Young Alien, who was shot in the arm, was of the same company and was an excellent soldier, while the wound was pain lal, as it passed through his arm just above the elbow, crushing the bone and severing the main artery, causing a great loss of blood belore the surgeons, who were quickly summoned, could arrive and stop the flow. As It usually Is, the gun was in the hand of a worthless, as well as a care less, yonug man, one whose career as a citizen and as a odldler, there has never been as yet a good deed to lay to his credit. All was excitement in the camp for a few moments and it looked as though the young man would be roughly dealt with until Capt. Howard, who as Captain of company I, put him nnder arrest and sent him to , where, tn an proDa the bllltv. he will remain until he is mus tered out or the service, ui course u was an unavoidable accident, but it is more sadly looked upon on account of the reputation ol the man who urea the can. We. as members ol the same regit ment, and coming from adjoining" counties, feel it our duties as comrades, not only in the same regiment, but sajne battalion and adjoining to file the following resolutions: Resolved, Whereas, God has seen cause to take irom our midst Such a bright and gallant young man, who has won for himself a reputation as a faithful soldier and comrade, whose friends were numb ered by his acquaintances. Resolved, That we.Co. D, extend to the family of the deceased onr heart felt sympathy and that sympathy is planted in the heart ol each member of our company that will ever be re membered. Resolved, That we request the above resolutions published in both guard-housecom-panle- The greatest Evangelist of the age and most popular lecturer on the American plat form, will deliver his Kole the X,ow neeB on Oar oods ftor Ihe fJexl (Jwo Wees: Men's fancy striped Hose 20c per Good heavy Domestic 4c, worth 5c. pair or two pair for 35c Cotton Crash 4c, worth I5C. Men's Undershirts 20c, worth 25c. Extra heavy Linn Crash, worth Better grade 25c. Best grade at 50c. 12 4 at ioc Any ot them worth more money Better grade Linen Crash 15c, worth 1 8c. than we ask you for them. Ladies' nice Ribbed Vest in white, ioc for Old Ky. Tow Linen for extra good values at 5c each or 6, for Skirts. 4c per yard for plaid Cotton, worth 25c. Fine quality Bleach Ribbed Cotton 3c. 7c per yd. Columbia Chiviots, worth Vest, nicely finished with tape ioc or 3 for 25c. 8tfc ic-Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest, beauti4 Bleached Fcpperell Sheeting, fully trimmed and finished in blue, t8c,worth 22c 10 4 Brown Fepperell Sheeting 17c, pink and fancy stripes 15c or two for worth 20c. 25c Infants and children's Ribbed Vest 52 in. Turkey Red Table Linen 15c worth 20c. 5c worth loc Nice quality 64 in. Bleached Table Linen 45c, worth 60c. NEW GLOVES. bleach Table Linen 60c, worth Wc have a'bcautifhl assottmeat ot 75c ladles' Kid and also Silk and Lisle Bleached Damask Napkins, size 20 Gloves. in .fl.oo per dozen, worth $1.25. One lot of ladles' Black Silk, with Bleach Damask Napkins, size 18 in. stitched black, 50c, worth 75c. pec dozen, worth fji.i. 90c Elegant quality of Kid ia Mew Pine Zephyr Ginghams ioc, shades at ft.oo per pair, worth $tts. worth xsc. Genuine Sea IsUud Fercals, 3$ln. ,NEW HANDKERCHIEFS. wide ioc.worth ioc buys a pretty Handkerchief Five pieces of 26 in. Scotch Lawns with Embroidered edge. in plaids and stripes 5c, worth 6c. 15c buys a beautiful Handkerchief, Blue.Brown and Green check apron all new, scolloped edges, worth 25c. Ginghams 5c, worth 6c. 25c buys a fine embroidered HandLadles' Black Cotton Hose worth kerchief with lace trimmed edge, ioc go at 5c 120 pairs Ladles' Black Hose, reguFINE EMBROIDERIES. lar 20c Hose, go at 15c or 2 pre. 25c Men's heavy Cotton Socks 5c, worth As this will be a white season, you ioc. will need many Embroideries for Men's solid colored Hose in Black, trimmings. We have them from 5c Tan and Blue 15c, worth 20c. to 35c per yard. 72-i- n. -- f 'l "lis Battle of 1 at the Ifflf ffff fi HARTFORD. KY., y 27-i- iac. jhwtiiiy rafet, a - MAY 23. i No man or woman in reach of Hartford can afford to neglect All oi Our Prices are" at Low Water Mark. We mark them low to sell them quick. so great a treat. J. E. Fogle now - & Co. AS SPH IS m Em LIST bat Sam Jones is coming. You will find us prepared with a full line 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. We Want your Poultry, Geese, Turkeys, Wool and all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market price. Yours Jo please, ?v-o- S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. A Business gdaealion She Bryant Stration BOOK-KEEPIN- G, 1 CAPTURED! Lahor and trouble. "We Have Met the Enemy and They Are Ours High Prices, Hard At Four Score. Sam Jones is coming. 1 n. HE: "i ISCOTFS EMULSION! 1 1 Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. Williams & Williams, more-interes- BMafWrlflwi The Smith Premier Typewriter ,U nc$rmj(rM'Cr'wr9 Win- Best Goods LOWEST PRICES EVElt KNOWN! ate Calico, 3ic and up. Ginghams, 5c and 6c. St c. e Best Lawns,3&G. Eino Dress .Goods 8c to 15c Ladies' Eino Shoes 81 and up. Men's Good Shoes $1 and Up. Bring your produce and give mo a trial. 1 1 T www , ' W. C. Bennett, Bcda, Ky. - ! . JiHiHir.)iHHOiM. wtin&MmWhm-- -u- gj:--j- '"- -' -- r,.m..3r.r,j..mllJ.. .lyiV. .. pm ihHTimihiwi mimmmMmimMmn'mmmmmJm CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought AVeBtfaUePrcparalionforAs-sindlatlri- g UtfToodandRcgula-lin- g ihc S tmnflda nndDowdls of gWBsSMftwBrSii'- Bears the Signature of 't'-- bts ns Eromotes'DigealloaChwtful-tv3andBc3tXonlflI- neither Not Narcotic. JUrtitSml- OtmimIorphlnf) norlJliicraL AW The ? arcunr&NuruviMa -' AmnJd lion.SourStonuch.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convuisions.ttvcrisn-msmdLoss OF SLEEP. Tax Simla Signature s Anrrfrtt Remedy forCnrwlirv- - i iu Kind You Have ef NEW "YORK. Always Bought. exact copy or whakeb. CASTORIA maf BMtl IM8B matter fc&af Model IAS $40 2 e $20" $36 y&So IIICYCLE, For these "POPULAR WHEELS" at "POPULAR PRICES." We want food agents In every town In Kentucky to represent us. If we have no agent in your locality write us for TERM. STATE AGENTS $35. in every particular, strictly Onr own manufacture, high grade. No handsomer machine built. We want good agents to represent us in every city in the United States. OUR always carry a lull and complete line of sundries. SUNDRY DEPARTMENT We Buying direct from the manufacturers, we are enabled to quote the very lowest prices. efWgi Manufacturer and jobber, Second Hand Whools Write for Always Interesting to read. I.Ui:iHVll.I.E.KY. 2 $5to$15 SIC.75 I M ai.,,Ua Jf .FarT iJnKm Iroquois" Bicycles sVJRi iW CYCLE WORKS FAILED 3X? o4 w W koviht Iht tutif pUftt a fe t4 4 sJtJUr, Ith it w fat I0U Model I IratjHlt Be , Mad liii4 w ha tooeludJ Uto Usail et SAO,U bnaincM tkM 400 m tad buka the irvcl of M exit I lhr iua4 flr tut. Tkwktlf kf IROQUOIS BICVCLCttlO.U-kU4vr ttrscUf tad f oxt t.it7, Umt tiny wkirt ft FliTCPDIDTftU nIrqMMllodllMtollkwBUBM4 atfuu4MOTifoa. ikiwiui.MiM crank, dtWcfctUt tptLu. uck crows, tillurJsspnvtJ btffti kM Md fcutt-- . Ik la. dnra. BmsI aUkI uitl aaailt colon. CtaUl. trMHiOkU' Mm, lajooa friacctl. lliUHln .LaAtt'ttt 1 i sWaftJLarord "sruaraa,. iMdUrcsMdklck-trtqvipntBt oar(Wntta Uaaraatt witt wry shtrilc SEND OBE BULLA N (MywipriMtuafuuuiUfok&ftMMrt!)iuUwblka ibibUdiMrttat'tola4 am. sarina dumu i enanraat kbh iuiii strirkna irimia. aa w win ini aj. sjtkjtlc Offeror aifcda, ibtBdllttckMcf cubjcctU tarainction cbd ppr?!, ItfMidoa't sad II Ika v4rf-- J PBt OKDEIt TO.nAYlfrMdon'twMtltok4diMppolated. ft0MiUdlifu4r aaah la fait wttk ardai iMMl.kaad AVTST ETC JlBplHaUaa.ft4lrt Wkatlall to 110. WiwiatZ-LXDXlX.Ca.3UXtfXGS C3IJP Tula rtaf wa Bir towa ta rvprtntvt, Baadradi airstit tkair bitrda Itl in ? kala tad cash (of weikdoaa (Jm 3Tm Wa arc kaawatfarrwkarf for "XJmm af aaarlt wkaaltaataatt wnla (or cor liberal ai U rraatoal Eifletlfa baak tf baitaaaabahMla UavarU kad arapatfactljralUbfat aratirlMf tkutf o, to any aiprati tompaar aad tu oar cutoattra arrTwbr IROQUOIS 14 M sjsil ra . 400 of U. (uuua Iroquola Modal 3 Iftltftt rrdM, vmiM llt(; m.. tU IMIl M !. tr ucouniriun uroH. bt7 ul J WE naWd Tia OIVOI WlabO llljlnaaala mr4 yr ll.ll4if aralta. aw Hi CrU C. sUUV ribaM avi OYOLE OO.. OMoago, J. 1. MEAD al ta4rArytM Idiivr, ArU rag m T III. M, LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Union Depot, Nnvcnih A Itlrcr. Tlckei,O0lc, 333 Fonrln Ave. xxixe zxt sm:e j. ixAitcr Louisville to St. Louis & 'Vost. St. Louis to Louisvillo & East, No. 41. No. 45. No. 44. No. 46, Leave Louisville 7:45a tn Sysp m Leave St Louis 8:55p m 7:56a m " Owensboro 11:40a uj 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon " Henderson it:45p m 12:55am " Evansville 2!20p m 2:45a m " Evansville 1:15am 2:46p m 1:25am " Henderson 3:10a m " Mt.Vernon, 111 " Owensboro 3:44pm 4:00a m Arrive St Louis T.$2p m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45p m 7:30a m oro No. 41 No. 43 No. 45 Leave Louisville . . 7:45a m 8:35p m 4!5op m " Hawesvllle. S:o4p m i::o8p m 10:43a m 1 1 :40a m " Owensboro, I2:58p m 9:o5p m " Henderson. 12:45pm io:iop m 12:55a m Arrive Evansville . 1:15pm io:4op m 1:25am , it, 1099. No. 42 No. 44 No. 46 mop m 6:50a m 2:45a 2:46p m 7:15a m 3:10a m 8:15a m 3:44P m 4:00a m 9:13a m 4:50a m 4:4P ta I2!35p m 7M5P n 7:30a m All irala run tbrotuh olld Kvauivlllf. Tlirsucb Parlor Cars ana Pall. luau NUrptrn ou all trains to Eanavllle and HI. Loula. Number 41 aad 43 conuect at Irvlng-iolor furdivllle A llariliuibursdalljr. Leave Evansville " Henderson " Owensboro " Hawesvllle Arrive Louisville .... .... .... .... .... n ttT,WiHwiflini." We come in haste.not so much on account of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we had n6 tow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the lact that !3Si- -- THEO. E. RECHTIN Has on hand at the present time, the best assortment of lumbers that can be found anywhere While we think of it, let us give you a few pointers on He buys in large quantities and in that way can get the very lowest price, We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with yon. We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Weathetboardlng, etc., THEO. E. RECHTIN. CJiX?'Si' 3B5SS llAKTronr), Ky,, Emaciated by trial and sickness. the Will practice his profession in nil the dead man made light burden for two courts of Ohio anil adjoining counties Will practice his profession in Ohio and Court of Appeals. Special at- and adjoining counties. Special atsoldiers. Shrouded in canvas, he was tention given to collection.. Olllce tention given to allbustness entrusted carried to the rail at night always at to his care. Office with County Atnest door to Post Office. night. Burial by day would have been torney. who were left and too painful to those v L FltUX j r.uwm rowk. who swarmed the ship that the cerefe mony could not have been performed in secret. HARTFORD, KY. There were no black clothed mournWill practice his profession in all HARTFORD, KY. ers. None of the panoply of funerals Will practice In the Courts of Ohio tho Courts of Kentucky. Special atwas there. The nurses who silently county and Court cf Appeals. Prompt tention given to collections, settlebore the body to the rail were dressed attention given to all business en- ment or decedent's estates, road cases in their dark brown work uniforms trusted to our care. Office in Herald snd criminal practice. Office up building. Uir next door to Oriflin'adrug store. like farmhands' overalls. Coffin himself was flannel shitted and wore a " JNO. B. WILSON, 8HELBY TAYLOnT" castofl cartridge belt around his waist. Off at one side lay Cuba, whpre piercing bullets and poison fever HARTFORD, KY. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his piofe!on in all the attention given to strove for chastly honors. At the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac. other, the complete darkness of the and Court of Appeals. Special atten- also Notary Public for Ohio County. tropics shrouded the Caribbean as tion given to all assignments in bank, Office North side of publicsquare. closely as the canvas cover shrouded ruplcy. ? How long since had he left home wipe them away he could not. A the dead man lying on deck. Above, R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Mauser bullet had struck blm In the Three months! only three monthsl the sky was velvet oi the blackest, M. L. HEAVRIN, in the right arm and And now he lay dying in his young against which the stars stood out like thigh, another another in the left. He was helpless. manhood. He remembered the morn spangles. Below, the slow greasy Hartford, Ky. HARTFORD, KY, Will practice his profession in all the But what matter! The dead could not ing that he left his home. The birds swell of the Caribbean Will practice his prolession in nil the see, and the mother would probably were singing and nature was at her slid and dropped and raised us, coutts of Ohio and adjoining counties Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties never know how he had nobly fought best. The fields were clothed in green and Court of Appeals. Special atten- Collections carefully and promptly Attended to. Office with T. J. Smith tion given to collections. even to the zates of death. At his and the brook softly murmured over A bit of old furnace grating was & Ce.v Market Street. Cuban, the pebbles at the bottom. He had tied to the dead man's feet. He was leet lay the dead body of black and burly, slain by the bullet of donned his new uniform, and he felt raised on a grating which rested on R. R. WEDDING a Spanish sharpshooter. For these a little sharp pang as he left his home. the rail. ATTORNEY AND Cubans he was dying. For them he He remembered it all very well. r am llif MtirtM-ttnn Ami th COUNSELLOR AT LAW, (NOVARY PUBLIC) "Good-by- , Hartford, Ky. BUI," he had said to his life,' salth the lord;" Coffin read the had come to help free the island from HARTFORD,- - - KF.NTUCKY. Will practice his profession in brother. ''Take good care of mother." lines as the brightness of the electric the tyranny of Spanish rule. 'VIM practice his profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining Then he recalled the events of that "Look out for Spanish bullets and light went back and forth, back and thecourts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- counties. Alto Notary Public. day at San Juan hill. The American bring back a machete," said BUI. ties and the Court of Appeals Prompt forth, on the sliding of the swell, and Office, in Commercial Hotel. attention given to all business entrust-t- o troops had been on their feet since "I'm off, mother." on through the prayer until "We his care. "Good-by- , Biliousness, my son. Be brave and therefore commit this body to the daybreak. There was a scanty breakSA-YtOfA. Office in Republican building. fast, and as the men ate it there were serve your country like a man." Then deep, looking for the general resur indications of the coming clash of she embraced and kissed him and the rection on the last day and the life ol Dizziness, arms. The files on the march to the parting was over. Hahtkord, Ky. the world to come, through our Lord Indicate that your liter The old house cat rubbed against Jesus Christ," reverently spoken, was Special attention given to all business, firing line were closed up; every sense HARTFORD, KY. Is out of order. Tbe entrusted to his care. Office in Court was alive. The bugle sounded and him and purred as if to bid blm godi tbesignal for the tilting of tbegrating. Lest medicine to rouse Will practice his profession in all the House. came the order to advance. The speed. His faithful old dog followed then Then a soldier of our country glidtho liver and rare all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties I tempest of musketry and shrapnel him down the lane, but with stern ed down, down, down into the wet these Ills, Is found In Careful attention wilt be given to a Perry Westerfield, through which they moved forward words his master drove htm back. At blackners of the sea; and up, up, up, Dumnesi entrusted to Dis care. edge of the town a bine-eyefair into the immortal gratitude of the a specialty. Office over Ohio drove like a storm of steel into the the County Bank. Also Notary Public. Beaver Dam, Ky. faces of the men, but .nothing could hatred girl stood at the gate. "Are greatest nation. Edward Marshall in 25 cents. Sold bf all medlcloo dealers. resist the Imperious advance and the you really going to fight tbc Spanish, Truth. first line of the enemy was swept away. John?" "Yes, Helen, and I have come to What Shall We Do. The battle grew. Here and there a ARK running a There was then a hasty A serious and dangerous disease soldier went down, but the column say good-by.- " stood firm ; the officers marched close kiss, a warm pressure of bands, and prevails In this country, dangerous because so deceptive. It comes on so by the men. Sometimes through the thns he left home. Everything was so hushed and dark slowly yet surely that it is often firmsmoke they caught a glimpse of the now. Was the whole world dead? Why ly seated before we are aware of It. Colonel leading on In front. The name of this disease which The din increased; the earth seem was he lying helpless here? How may be divided into three distinct ed reeling under foot; shells burst had it happened? Then he rememberpaswith horrid shriek and flung out quick ed the furious charge across the open stages is, First, Kidney trouble, ins death. Still the men pushed on. An field, up the hill and over the crest in dicated by pain in the back, rhiuma-tislumbago, frequent desire to uriofficer picked up the gun of a man the face of a rain oi Spanish bullets. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HOR8ES., who had fallen and spoke a cherry The air hummed and whistled. From nate, often with a burning sensation, the trenches and blockhouses the the flow ol urine being copious or word. GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. The Spanish artillery and the far Mausers spit at them. Then the blow scant with strong odor.- reaching Mausers swept within a cer- came to him. It was a terrible shock. If allowed to advance, this reaches tain limit every inch qf ground, but It seemed to lift him from his feet and Second stage, or 'Bladder trouble, Field's-Stable- , with a firm and rapid step that un- double him up and pitch him forward. with heavy pain In the abdomen low Then the painful journey to the rear, down between the naval and the watflinching column moved forward. Louder grew the tumult and thicker two more bullet wounds, and then er passage, increasing desire to urinate, with scalding sensation in passcame the angry messengers. A sharp unconsciousness. Now he was dying in the darkness. ing, smalt quanltles being passed cry of pain and one of the men is helped to the rear. The bullets came How strange it was. That dead Cu. with difficulty, sometimes necessary hotter and faster from the Spanish in ban how black he looked, and how to draw it with instru ments. If uric the trenches and from the blockhouses. his eyes glared! There was a tiny acid or gravel has formed, it will More comrades stretched out quietly hole in his forehead where life had prove dangerous if neglected. with the death mark on their faces. leaped through. Some one was cryThe Third stage Is Brlght's DisISJU8TA8COOD FOR ADULTS There was no time for words only a ing for water. Was it himself ? He ease. PRICE There Is comfort in knowing that WARRANTED. mad swelling of the heart anda throb could not tell. The night was getting (Umtia, Ilia.. Nor. M, vox. SL bing of the brain a deadly thirst for cold and the heavy dew made the tall Dr. Kilmer, the great kidney and riMdtoiBro., toldLou u, Mo. ffiO 14 1 boUtoc el &, UentlniDi blood dried up all other feeling as an grass soggy. There were no stars to bladder specialist, has discovered a OUOVBH TASTKLKMI CHILL TON 10 anj biva groa tbis yfar. Imtllourrt t (juthi naie U tlroowlf tbe drug bmlncia. watch him. Wonld nobody help him? Remedy famous for it) marvelous ptriwnc of other man was lifted back. bira 7rt. la uch UbJfcnuitatia narcrtollanriiclath&tiaT Suddenly a cool voice they had Hark! That was his dog howling, and cures of the most distressing cases feoiou m jour Tuuic icuntrulr. ABXKr.CAIUl A Co. and known as Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. heard before rang out an order, "Come how loud it was! For sale by J. II. Williams. How weak and dizzy he felt.: on, boys charge!" and the thin line 'Good-b- y, Bill." rushed through the smoke and ad It is sold by all druggsit. JlraaUwIU t4 wbataar T await f arr Ubaaao He could not see. Everything was As a proof of the wonderful virtues rataavaa aaa oaaira forhabit. N vanced up the hill. With a cheer they loaaaeo, at uitiraaa. a i Baitaii swi a. a J raVf una, pnnaaa u aiooo. oi this great discovery, Swamp-Roo- t, answered the fiery blast that swept growing dim. aovaeia " a sample bottle and book ol valuable ltYkU "Farewell, motherl" "Helen Jtui t EJ Mld.4M.Mtt into their faces with sudden fury. The taaaaHa.aarra Mra4 Umf H IVmo And the deep, dank grass waved a information will be sent absolutely ud poena air seemed Instinct with leaden life, . ' awa vaoahraraa TVa Uarttb. and volley after volley pealed forth weeping requiem to another brave free by mail on application to Dr. aill,ptiUr, paraUtaaUf Oaa anas, . a4(ui vrw imstk.iaw, young soul. Detroit Free Press. aaaaay. to rif. or Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. flPJ- from the deadly rifles. 'iJSi Mkacj cat, KaabaaJ, la fat. m When writing kindly mention that For one awful moment the men falLang Irrlfatlea tered! Groans oi agony and hoarse Is the forernnnerof consumption. Dr. read this liberal offer in the Hartford A KINO'S TOE commands mingled, and all around Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, REltlBUCAN. U u tUbla t bftv earn u American soldiers lay down to die. and give such strength to the lungs will auirrUf auppr irrov that a cough or a cold will not settle Novors For Boys. . UJ A U U H .1 But the check was only momentary, iMii. there. 35c at all good druggists, tf 7lur and aafa. Ma31 So tVoiaoo. Box ma 114 for IB and on into the jaws of death the col ctnu. Trial 101 for So. Never make fun of old age; no lamp. umn went. Every man leaned formatter how decrepld br unfortunate, oi.iirr oiiisuioai Co ward as though breathing a heavy . aoo Chtrrr or evil It may be. God's hand rests wind. From right, left and front they lovingly on the aged head. For Infants and Children. aadirklikty I.MU felt the pounding of theenemy's guns, cured bom. without pata Boot t Never use Intoxicating liquors as a A housekeeper living In Pennsdale, Pennsylvania,1 and shrapnel swept through the ranks The Kind You Have Always Bought a.nt rofff Ul B. M WOOLUf CO. beverage. You might never become like hall. ... 1M North rrror at I had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very a drunkard; but beer, wine and On the summit of the hill the blockSignature of C&a&yff&C&V. obstinate, but after using about ;one CtntZDwUh rtt.UM. whiskey will do you no good, and carton houses swarmed with the foe, dimly ItanixllM. ILt. eund may. wreck your life. Better be on m.njr thousand cm seen through puffing lines of smoke Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses la t.a Lang Irritation the safe side. Make your in fluence d.ys atlMut lwo.thlnl.ofrailed hoiielL r.mor-d- . all .Tmptoin. from onr guns. The Spanish were is the forerunner to consumption. count for sobriety. Testimonial, and TIH DATS treatment fr... them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending entrenched Americans in the open. Dr. Bell's DS. H. B. GKIZH'I SOSS. lkl K. Atlanta, da. will cute But never mlndl Forwardt And soon It, and give anch strength to the Never make sjMtt of those mlseras Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the foreign foe was driven back and lungs, that a cough or a cold will not bje creatures a drunken man or the house for future use. Am forty years old. settle there. Twenty-fiv'cents at all the stronghold captured. good druggists. For sale by Z.Wayne woman. They are wrecks; but God Half way down the slope, as the Griffin & Bro. AMwM7l.pukMw.UalTiiiniaTinta.l.apeWMrtMtknli1.a)!tc.wfwaJ..lMa tf alone knows the stress of the storms which drove them upon the breakers. victors pursued the flying enemy, a e(tl.a?eeatorloMgj.uljil,riiVk4t,uJltrarto. (TU emLulVlIl uel. u fUelunCangu endl Xe. If MM X.w Terk.M e W or ti DO YOU WANT TO HAKE MONEY? elM t. a4 e (room feiunl mnSHcm, Weep, rather than laugh. Tuoua withering blast of Miuser bullets wu uel u maw .1 w Wk nS swept across the open gtound.and the 10 to 823 PER WKKU tiUAHANTCKD Never tell or listen to the telling We want intelligent, hustleng reps of filthy stories. Cleanliness in word boy who now lay dying in the open space in the tall grass fell forward resentatlves to handle the most beau- and act distinguishes the true gentle That your Laundry is sent to tbe with a ball in his thigh. A comrade tiful and popular line of fast seelllng man. I hat. tvaa 14 day. at a Urns wlUiaitt a HOPKINSVWE STEAM LAUNDRY AND DYE WORKS, ran to his assistance, and he made his books and Bibles every issued by any Never cheat or be unfair in your Mtwut ef t baw.u, not taint atla to which baa the reputation of turning mora tb.rn.io.pt 67 mint hot water laleetloaa. quick sellers, low play. Cheating Is contemptible any- -, way painfully 'to the rear, but as he house. CbronlaconiUpailoufors.v.Qr.ars nlaMdtns la retail prices, liberal terms and fair where at any age. Your play should IhlstsrrlblaeoDdlilom passed along another Spanish bullet durlnsthat tlat. 1 old ot-- out the best work in the country. tblog bsard of tut n.T.r round inj i.ll.f .uea All of Its machinery Is of the most struck him in the right arra.and pres- dealing are the inducements we offer. strengthen, not.weaken, yourcharac. vaamrca.s until Ib.nn Ullni CiBCAlirm I modern and none but skilled work-menow nav. rrom on. to tbr.. pauaf.s a Car, awl 1 wounded In the left. Credit given and freights paid. We ter. ently he was 00 (or acb tnOT.m.r.,1 It wai rlca I woul4 glva who thoroughly understand I. sucu a rsllsf." ATmiuUlIUKT. Then his day o battle was done, and want you with us. Write us by reNever call anybody bad names, no their business are employed. KM Ruh.U St., ixirvlt, Mlak. Tbe plant is one of the largest In the black hours of unconsciousness turn mall. matter what he may call you. You the country, extending the full length CANDY THE HUDGINS PUB. CO., followed. can not throw mud and keep your on perfection of laundry work when of a square. All work guaranteed When reason returned the Bound 'of 44 Kelser Building, Atlanta, Ga. hands clean. your shirt Is laundered by us, just as and repairing free You have no right our laundry stands alonefor excellence battle had ceased, and he wondtred Never be cruel. Give us a trial if you are not now a XO CUllrV-N- O PAY. customer, Leave your work with where his comrades were. Were (hey That is the way all druggists sell to hurt even a fly. Cruelty Is the of work turned out. Your linen Isn't injured here from chemicals or tads uuk asaiarsaio Lyman Williams, Agent, all dead? Would they search for him? GHOVR'3 TASTBLKS3 ClIIU, TONIC for trait of a bully; kindness the mark of handling, Only skilled assist llAUIFtHltfTuY. He was alive, but he knew that death Malaria, Chills and Fever, It is simp- a gentleman. ants are emnloved. and vou can't beat ly iron and quinine Who is our agent in your town, and would come In a few short hours. fotm. Children love It, in a tasteless Never He. Even white lies leave Ht for beauty of color and perfection of Adults prefer Fl.aiant. Palaubl., Pouut. Taata flood. Do Will attend to the shipping and have O.ood, X.r.r (Hctaa, Wtak.u,orUili.U)c,liM,tM. How It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, black spots on the character. How hot the tun beat down What pollsli. retdy or " ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... tame your laundry mi in due time. Ricltmond Steam Uundrj Clevs Her, still everything' seemed 'to him no 50c. Leave nt the tf is your opinion of a liar? Do you ! Sal SeM4Caear,Ulei(., Beaked, whirring of bullets in the air, nor shriek 'of screaming shell, nor the yell of charging troops nothing but the FRIDAY, MAY 12. silence of an ocean of grass. There was the dead Cuban lying at his feet a ghastly bunch of mortality. How THE YOUNG VOLUNTEER. big and black he wasl His eyes were Patriotic Story of an Amorlcan staring at him like balls oi glass I Soldlor on tho Bnttloflolfi What were they staring at him for? The night was coming on apace NoarSantlago do Cuba. would he have to lie in the tall grass With the intensity oi a tropical day until the morrow? He could not tell. the snn seemed to expand its entire And then the dark cloud again settled o'er his senses and It was hours before force of furnace heat upon the unsheltered spot in front of Santiago where the light came Into his soul. lay a grievously wonnded American Death's door is a mirror and the dysoldier boy. The wide, tortured eyes ing have good memories. When con of the youth stared fearfully upward sclousness returned the boy's mind to the glazing zenith, past the foul went back to his home. He wondered birds watching his sufferings with If all was well on the old farm, where calculating vision and waiting for he and his mother and brother had their human feast which seemed sure lived in peace until the war with to come. He thought with sickening Spain called him to the front He brain of his Northern home the had a letter in his pocket from home he would read It again. But, alas I green hills, the running streams, the dear mother. Tears welled up into his he could not reach his pockeU-bo- th aching orbs and the hot drops crept arms were disabled and In the inky down his cheeks. He did not try to darkness he could not see. Hartford Republican. Burial of tho Dead A at Soa. Solomn Coromony In tho Tropical Night. -- wish other people to have a vile opinion of yourself. Never make Am of n companion because of a misfortune he .could not help. Never hesitate to say "no," when asked to do a wrong thing. It wilt olten rtquite courage the best kind of courage moral courage; but say "no" so distinctly that no one can possibly understand you to mean yes. Never quarrel. When your tongue gets unruly, luck it in If need be, bite it off. Never sufler it to advertise your bad temper. Never make comrades ol boys who are continually saying and doing evil things. A boy, as well as a man, Is known by thecompany he keeps. Never be unkind to your mother and father. When they are dead and you have children of your own, you will discover that, even tf you did your best, you were able to make only a pitt payment of the debt you owed them. The balance you must pay over to your own children. Never treat other bos' sisters better than your own. Never lancy joil know more, when fifteen years old, than your father and mother have learned In all the years of their lives. Wisdom Is not given to babies. Never lay aside your manners when you take of your fi.ie clothes. Never be really boisterous at home or elsewhere. Never forget that God made you to be a joyous, loving, lovable, helpful being. Be one. The Independent. ATTORNEY- - AT - LA W, rouiiN villi:, ukmtuokt. &. 3tP- - DFLOloy. Professional Cards. Attorney at Law, J. E. Davidson, Rowe Felix, Attorney at Xw, Attorney at jaw, Attorney at law attorney at Law Attorney at aw J. S.R. 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