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J82 Ol-CLlatDlxx- The The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican aud Louisville Commercial, I year,$t and the Courier Journal, I ear, $1 and the Toledo (O ) Dlade, I year, Ji and Louisville Dispatch, I year, $1 and the GlobeDemocrat, 1 year, $1 DElcitee. 35. 25. 25. 50. aj. The Haeteobd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBS PART? IK TBGjFODBTB CONGRESSIONAL Tho Republican is the best Advertising medium In this part of the country. Fine Job Work Dond on short Notico. Satisfaction to all Customers Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. DISTRICT, Subscription $1 a year. No. 43. VOL. XI. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1899. Condition of Crops and Llvo Stock, May 1st, 1800. there yet remains much ground to be broken planting began as eatly as the middle of the month. The early planted came up quickly and Is grow, ing rapidly. No complaint is made of injury from cut worms or other insects. The ground dried very rapidly duilng the latter days of the month, and some difficulty is experienced In getting the ground in good condition for planting. The per cent, of the crop of 1898 still In farmers' hands averages 29. TOBACCO. Tobacco plants, though plentllul, will be late. Indications are that setting will not be generally begun until 25th of May on account of plants being small. Indications are for an average acreage. The condition of plant beds, compared with average years, la 79. CLOVER and PASTURES. Clover generally wintered well and has made wonderfnl growth since the advent ol warm weather. It is now ready for stock to be turned on. Re ports on clover sown this spring differ. In some counties resowlng has been found necessary on account of being killed by late freezes ; also that It has been badly drilted Into bunches by the heavy rains. Others report an excellent catch obtained from first sowing, aud that It is getting a good Loved, Though She Taunted. "Dairy!" The girl's slender fingers toyed nervously with the sweet clover blossoms that she held and she looked away off over the hills and fields, and wished with all her heart that those same grand hills and broad meadows were between herself and the handsome man standing so near her and" looking down upon her with a light in his dark eyes that she could not mistake. For Wlllard Graver was not a rich man, and, although Daisy loved him as she could never love anyone else, she was not quite sure that she was ready to give up everything for love, and, besides, she was only 18 and he had seen nearly 40 years. "Daisy!" he said again, and she raised a flushed face, saying, respectfully: An Excellent Combination. Tha pleasant method and beneficial effect of the well known remedy, Hvnur or Fins, manufactured by the CAUroRHiA. Kio Hyuof Co., Illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa-tir- e principles of planta known to be medicinally- - laxative and presenting refreshing to the thtuj In the form taaU and acceptable to the system. It la the one perfect strengthening laxa-tircleansing tho system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and ferera gently ytt promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and Its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or Irritating jlhsm, make It the ideal laxative. In the process of msnufseturlng flffs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from aenna and other aromatlo plants, by a method known to the CiUroMU. Flo Svaur Co. only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. P mt e, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. rXAXCXSCO. CAT. HXW TOBX. It. T. IAUISV1LX.Z. XT. For u! bjr all DruriUla. nice 50c per bottle SAM aeewaaaaainairfirfiinra'niaTne-ira- i BURNED and CHEWED $600,000,000. II cost America tail year to keep allvs a dltaiM that Is making tlroag men weak, end weak men dead. Figures appalling T Yes, bat Ik Brian, clal lots don't compart with the lots ol vlUI pewir. Tea ever preunl bm rllh raitless ejet, twitching moult,; moving (eel and tobacco tilnled skin J lellt the slory. Don't you think ll'si lima to quit quilqulckt quit naturally Ttal'iwha! by taking NOTOBAC. reoutitet tobacco utlng. jTillBfit In 8 few dart all desire Is gone, your appetite Is better, your blood Is purified, pur nerves grow ttrong. It Is truly And then, you run no a unrisk, lor you can buy der your own DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. to sell under nbooluto guanuitee) to cure every form of tobacco using. Our written guarantee, f rco eamplo of and booklet called "lH't rrAKnwtfnl mnA ttmnbA Vnnr Lira Away." mailed for tho rudtlni. Ad- -t dreiTHK STERLING ItlJlKrir 00, t Clilcaeo. Montreal. Can . Now York. M MrtAUIiVMMWWUVio TCre ry d rairclit la authorlted I CASCARETSowupauoo. odiSS I1EAYKB BAM, I. O. "JEL. "3cL. UV-TI- ME TAULK. NORTH BOUND, 4:41 Nu. 204, Fast Mail No. '232, Accommodation. .5:02 No. 222, Accomraodatlon..l2.41 5:52 No. 202, Fait Mail No. 234, Local Freight. . . .8:10 No. No. No, No. No. 203, 231, 221. 201, 293, a. in. a. m. p. m. p. m. a, m. SOUTH BOUND. 12.20 p. m. Fast Mail Accommodation.. .8:37 p. m. AtxomruodatloD. 12:25 p. rn, 10:30 a.m. Fast Mail Local Freight. . . .2:40 p. m. Wanted-- An Idea &g& CO WL Vtuklukn. Bw C,oe Ualr aI.SU prtM aaduu at mo kuxlrftl Uvemikws wasted. I Wt S fcBMl aW fcST" DES.K.&K. I The LeadlBK Specialists of America 20 YEARS IH OHIO, 250,000 Cured. Reports were received this month from 160 correspondents, representing 103 counties. WIIKAT. It may be interesting-t- o note the condition of winter wheat In the principal wheat growing States at this time, according to the Weekly Bulletin Issued by the Climate and Crop Service for those States. In the State of Ohio the crop is in much the same condition as In this State,early sown wheat on well drain ed land being promising, but there is a considerable portion of the acreage which U considered worthless.. .In Indiana wheat Is badly damaged in the northern part of the State, but quite promising in central and south., ern districts. Illinois, promising conditions prevail, as a rule, only In the Southern part of State, badly damaged In central and northern portions. In Michigan much ol the wheat will be plowed up and planted toother crops. In Missouri the damage In the northern part of the State amounts to a practical failure, but In the other por. tlona favorable weather conditions have repaired to a great extent the I start. Pastures have made equally rapid Injury from winter killing. In Kan sas the latest reports Indicate Irora growth, and considering the condition ot a crop. Win- ou April ist, the present condition of one-hato ter wheat has also suffered in the 86 Is quite satisfactory. LIVE STOCK. States of Wisconsin, Iowa and NeMay ist finds live stock In good braska, but the damage there will be condition alter the long, hard winter. repaired by sowing to spring wheat. In this State the condition May 1st Very little complaint Is made of hog Is 80, whtch is an improvement of 3 cholera, and there Is au absence ol points since April 1st. The condition other diseases. Sheep that were for lack of pasturage are now on May ist, as reported in lormer years.was as follows: 1898,101; 1897, rapidly regaining lost vitality. The 95 ; 1896,74. The seasonable weather general average condition Is 92 com the latter hall ot April has produced a pared with average years. FRUIT PROSPECTS. rapid growth, but there is some comProspects for fruit have improved plaint that the plant Is not starting well, and that it will not be sufficient wonderfully dnrlng the month. Especially is this the case with pears and to cover the ground. The Improvement is confined to early and medium cherries. The reverse is probably true late wheat, the extreme late being of grapes, the damage to the vines generally reported worthless. Spots from severe winter being greater than in fields where the snow was blown off at first anticipated. Apples, pears, cherries and plums still show the effects of the exposure, and It Is highly probable that these have been In full bloom, with the spots will remain bare to the end. It weather conditions perfect for fruitis estimated that 7 per cent, of the ing, Many correspondents make special mention ot the unusual heavy apacreage will be plowed up. The western section continues to ple bloom. Raspberries and black-benl- es will be a failure, the canes befurnish the lowest average condition, ing killed to the roots. Strawberries 72. Only 6 counties out of the 39 rePeaches, as in port a condition above 8s, while in aie quite promising. Livingston county the condition is re- dicated in previous reports, will be ported aa low as 40. Heavy washing practically a failure, though a few rerains have been as much a source of ports of live bloom are received from damage here aa any other cause. the western and southeastern sections. In the central section the prospect The prospects for various kinds of is much brighter. Early wheat Is fruit, as compared with average years, very promising, especially on tobacco are: For apples, 91; pears, 69; lands and those to which fertilizers peaches, 02; cherries, 68 ; grapes, 71; " were applied at seeding time. The strawberries, 85. average condition for this section Is Lucas Moore, Commissioner of Agriculture. 82. Thirteen counties of the 40 show an average condition above 90. DoalTeoUM Sell aed Saeko Teer lift Away. In the southeastern section the conTo gull tobacco eaally and forever, be mac dition averages 86. netle. full of Ilia, nerre and tit or, take the wonderworker, thatmakee weak men OATS. strong. All droit lau, Me or II. Curesuaran Oats were sown very late, In fact teed. Booklet and sample free. Addreee seeding was barely completed with Sterllst Uamed j Co., Chlcato or New York. the close of the month. Many farm ers, in their eagerness, Bowed while the ground was too wet for cultlvas I tlon, resulting In poor germination For Infants and Children, and Indifferent growth. Where, sowii with ground In good condition the Tin Kind You Have Always Bought crop is coming on nicely. The cour Bears the ' dltlon of the crop, compared with av W&&V Blgnatore of la 75, The acreage has erage years, been greatly aOected by the late seaTUe Best Preeerlptlou for Chill son, and is estimated at only 75 per and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s cent, of the acreage ol 1898. Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; CORN. then why experiment with worthless Corn planting made considerable imitations? Price, 50c progress dutlng the month, and while lt two-thirsuf-ftrl- "Sir!" He smiled just a little at her tone and then asked abruptly. "How old are you, Daisy?" "Young enough to be your daughter, Mr. Graver. The man's face flashed hotly, for he was very sensitive about the years between them, and after a few momenta of silence he put out his hand, and, taking hers for scarcely a mo ment in his own, said coldly: "l beg your pardon; I forgot you were a child, with a child's feelings. It is not necessary to explain why I asked you here for a last walk for you are too young, I presume, to understand me " He raised his hat In adieu, but Daisy, hurt and angry at his tone, called after him, saying scornfully: "If you see any pretty dolls in the city, yeu will send me one, won't you, Mr. Grover?" He did not answer, for he was more hurt at the allusion to the difference in their ages than she knew, but his silence was so provoking, and she called again: "Mr. Groverl" He turned with a new hope In his heart, but, without looking at him, she said, sweetly: "If It is not asking too much I s with the would like some doll; all children like them." He was hurt before, but angry now, and his eyes were flashing at her insolence, and he said, angrily: "You will big my pardon for this before we are friends again, Miss Rayi bon-bon- time to say more until after the cereNATION'S DEAD. mony had been performed, and then Greater love hath no man than this, hejlrew her out of the heated rooms Into the cool, moonlit porch, and then we say, as we pause above the graves of those who died for their county turning to her, said gravely: .(Have you not a kiss for your and lay above the sacred dust our trlbuUi of affection and remembiance. An angry light gleamed In her Sprung from the soil of our native eyes, and she drew back haughtily as land, the flowers we strew to cover the wounds of war were born in the she' said: " You foryot yourself, Dr. Grover; I cold earth. While storm darkened the sky and the world was bound In aesjnot a child." the fettera of frost, beauty and frag, He laughed, and said carelessly: !l am sorry to hear that, Miss Ray- ranee were germinating, and 'thus out mond, for you will hardly appreciate of tbs tutnult of war came the fullness s and glory of peace. the lovely doll and delicious Within the circle otthe year that that I have brought you, then." She turned away her face, saying lies behind us since last we assembled In the "city of the silence" to comsoftly: "I dd not know that you were so mune with the spirit of our dead, liberty Jias, spoken a pew fiat. She unforgiving, "Vou have not asked my forgives baa called upon this nation, with the voice of the bugle and the roar of can. neas," he said, eagerly. non, to give answer to the query, "And I never will," Daisy answer"Am I my brother's keeper?" She ed, with ber old spirit "But you said you would, If I heard the cry from the Islands of the Daisy. sea, and to this people, as once be brought the doll and fote, she gave the command: "Go Isn't your word good?" He held up before her a tiny doll forth I Strike off the shackles and snd a beautiful box filled with confec- loose the fetters of those In bondage!" tionery, and she laughed In spite of As ons voice, from counter to workherself, and knelt, still laughing, and shop, from farm, mill and mine, from clasping her hands In mock supplicavalley, mountain and destert, east, tion, said: west, north and south, the strength beg jour pardon, father." and pride of this nation's youth and He took the bright face between his manhood cried; "Here am I; send hands, detaining her. me." And so they went forth to of "That Is not enough, Daisy," he fer the sacrifice of their blood upon said. "You must confess, too." the altar of a righteous cause. 'You must confess that you love They fought and fell tinder the fierce heat of torrid sunshine, they me." "But I don't," she answered, her died by bullets, disease and starvaface crimson with blushes. tion, they died of wounds and wcari But he read a different light in the ness. Their graves are on foreign dark eyes, and although she Is his hillsides, in tropical jungles, and in wife now, he can not teach her to call the depth ollhe oceun. Some sleep him anything else but father. Phila- In the quiet churchyards ot their own delphia Item. dear land, but wherever they lie we. offer to their memory the tribute of The Appotito of a Goat our gratitude, and from their blood and suffering a new era of the world Is envied by all poor dyspeptics shall spring, a memorial to the brav whose stomach and liver are out of cry of the American soldier. order. All such should know that "Am I my brother's keeper?" Dr. King's New Life Pills, the wons derful Stomach and Liver Remedy, America has given the answer. "Lo, gives a splendid appetite, sound di- when the oppressed cry unto Liberty, gestion and a regular bodily habit when my brother reaches appealing that insures perfect health and great hands unto me, I will succor him and energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug share with him the blessings that have been granted to me." At the call of Store. duty she toolcnp "The White Man's CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT Burden" and declared, by the memos Quinine Tab Take Laxative Bromo druggists refund money If ry of Bunker Hill and Antietam, that lets. All It falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has tyranny should fatten no lodger upon tf the blood of the innocent and the feeL. B. Q. on each tablet. bon-bonbon-bon- 'I mond." never will," said Daisy most decidedly, "unless " "Well?" he said, hoping she would give him some word of encourage ment. "Unless you give me the dolls and "I CASTOR A bonbons." He turned on his heel and strode away without a word. Daisy watched bim quite out of sight, and listened until she heard the whistle of the train that bore him away to the city to practice as a physician; and she knew it would be long weary days before he would come back again. She tried to make herself believe that she did not care; but the tears came in the soft eyes, and she gather, ed up the clover blossoms he had arranged for her and kissed them softly, for she did love the handsome doctor, and would very likely have told him so if he had returned; but Wlllard Grover, sitting in the crowded cars, was thinking bitterly that he bad made a fool of himself and bit his lip with a vexation as he thought ol the bon-bons. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it, Cascareti, Candy Cathartic clesn your blood and keep it clean, by atirring up the lazy liver and driving all lm to-purities irom the body. Uegin baniih pimples, boils, blotchee, blsckhesde, ami that sicsly bilious complexion byUMn CaKsreta, beauty for ten cents. All drug- tuts, satmiction guaranteed, ioc,29c,svc. am a Scanty la Bleed Deep. ' Solomon's wisdom Is proverblal.but he probably never attempted to answer childish inquiries. "Tommy," said a mother to ber naughty son, "you must be a better boy or you will never go to heaven." "And suppose I am real good and go there," said Tommy, "will I have to keep right on o being good after I get there?" Chi-cag- ble. With the tears we shed above the graves of our lately failed there is mingled pride In their achievements, and that they fulfilled the prophecy of their sires atShlloh and Gettysburg, and for this they were schooled by Grant and Lee and learned 'of Washington and Lincoln. Their blood has been the solvent that has made American citizenship homogeneous, and has given the flag the same- meaning In the south and north. In '98 the sons ol men who had opposed each other In '6t, banded together under the stars and stripes, fought and fell side by side at El Caney and PhilipSantiago and In the pines, Rich In theherltsge ofher brave, America reverently gives thanks' for the heroism of her sons. The great deeds ol the civil war and the heroes of thbse days of stress and straggle will never be forgotten by this nation. They laid the foundation of national unity, upon which Is built the magnificent structure of our happiness and prosperity. They perpetuated the ideals of freedom aud Instructed this generation how to live and die for their country, When wars shall be no more, In the far future when man has reached the fulfillment of his destiny, he will Jook back over the battlefields of the world and recognized that there death took hostage for perfected civilization, and theie the wrongs that barred the way of progress were struck down by those who fought the battles of liberty. The humblest hero who .fell at Marathon or Manila struck blows whose echoes shall never cease, to resound through time, and, thqugh history may forget the names of those who wiougbt, their work remains. The old Greeks gave a simple crown of oaken leaves Or laurels to those who were winners in the Olympian games, and thus we.brlag our garlands to crown the memory ot those brave souls who ran so well the race of life, who won the. goal, a hero's death. Our garlands.wlll wither, our flowers lote their fragrance and their deeds beauty, but their deathless shall bloom anew with every golden year of our nation's history; and time shall have for them neither death nor oblivion. Lou V, Chapln. tar-aw- ay and torn and laded; that dark stain la CIGAnOLOGY.. the life blood ol a bearer; that hole marks the path of a bullet. Hats are Somo Indications of oharnctor lilted and eyes grow dim with jever-e- nt In tho Mannorof Handteam as It passes, the old regiling tho Wood. mental flag which has cheered brave to win and die. The Decoration men When yon see a man grip a cigar day procession Is gay with ribbons, between his teeth and hold it fast, flowers and wreathes, but none of careless of whether it burns, or not, beautiful tons as that them Isaa yon can down as arr aggressoiled, faded, glorious flag! sive, calculating and exacting, not' to m a m say canny, individual. ' Glorious Nows deliberateIf a man Comes from Dr. D, B. Carglle. of ly, just enough to keep it llghted.and Washita. I. T. He writes: "Four delights in taklng.lt' front, his mouth, bottles of Electric Bitters has cured and watch the1 bint smoke Irom it curl Mrs. Btewer of scrofula, which had upward, he Is likely td bean eks'y-gcaused fcr great suffering for years. Ing man, goodsnatnred and honest, Terrible sores would break out on says an exchange. There Is another ellp w. vr fc jaokes her head, face, and the best doctors could give no help; but her cure la Intermlttcntly.itakea, a, puff, and the compltte and her health lserceltent." rests, and fnmbjes, his ,cigar,aboBt,"He This shows what thousands have Is apt to have little decision, of Ciar- proved, that Electric Bitters la the ecter, and to be easily affected A man may be ntrv'bu best blood purifier kndwn. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, and fumble his cigar a good bit, and salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and running in this event he Is a would-b- e srrell, sores. It stimulates Iiver,kldney and vain and frivolous. He Invariably tilts his cigar1 tip bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion builds up the strength. Only 50 ward, while a sensible, cents. Sold by J. H. Williams, Drug-gis- t. fellow will hold It straight out from his mouth. When you see a man chew Guaranteed. ing up an unllghtcd cigar, and twisting it about, he is nervous, but of The Kidney Cemplexion. great tenacity. The pale, sallow, sunken-checkeA man who cannot keep his cigar distressed-looking people you so d alight has a disposition. often meet are afflicted with "Kidney He has a lively jiature.is a Complexion," met, glib of tongue, and usually Their kidneys are turning td a pan a good story teller. snip color. So is their complexion. MO CCIIE!0 PAT.; They may also have indigestion, or That Is the way all drtiesrists sell suffer from sleeplcssnesa.rheumatlsai) TASTBX.BSS CniLti neuralgia, brain trouble, nervous ex- Grovb'S Chills and Fever. Tonic for Malaria. It la simp, haustion and sometimes the heart ly iron and quinine in a tasteless acts badly, loim. Children loye It. Adults prefer The cause is weak, unhealthy kid- it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, 50c. tf' neys. DOY0U WANT TO MAKE MONEY? Usually the sufferer frotnETdney disease does not find out what the 10 ta 33 FEB WSSlt eVAKAXTSKSt We want Intelligent, hustleng rep trouble Is until It Is almost too late, most beau because the first symptoms are so resentatlvea to handle-thmild weakness that they do not tiful and popular line ol fait seelltur like think they need a medicine or a doc- books and Bibles: every Issded by bay quick sellers; low tor until they find themselves sick in house. retail prices, liberal terms and fair bed. will dealing ere the Inducements we 6ffer. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Robuild up and strengthen their weak Credit glyen and freights paid. We and diseased kidneys, purify their want you with us. Write us by red blood,clear turn mall, diseased, THE HUDGINS PUB, CO., , their complexion and soon as they 44 Kelser Building, Atlanta, Ga. will enjoy better health. ii You can get the regular sizes, at the drag store, at. fifty cents and.one doU Beaietar W KMTKHraMtWgSleJ Bgurue lar, or you may first prove for youref self the wonderful virtues of this by great discovery,. SwampKoot, Flowers for tho Women. sending your address to Dr. Kilmer alt, Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. for a samIn decorating the graves of Jthe solple bottle and a book that tells all diers, don't forget to lay a flower upon about it, both sent to you absolutely that of his wife. Her part free by malL When writing kindly aa heroic a one asf his; lie went.'fo mention that you read this liberal the rain of bullet ; she temalned'be offer )n the Haktpord RKrunucAN. hind to weep.to pray, to hope, to' fear. She shared his heroism, let her share A Girl's Essay on Boys. his reward. set-hi- smlaigar, level-heade- d d, whole-soule- ot kidney-poisone- ?. ITPOIIA.,, 1 aa ws News. No Honor Is Too High. Decoration day will find new graves Ma At a recent Bombay school board examination one ol the tasks was an essay on boys, and this was one of the composltlons'jttstas' it was handed In by a girl of ill "The boy Is not an anlnial, yet they can be heard tu a. considerable distance. When a hoy hollers he opens his, big month like frogs, but girls hold their tongue till they are spoken to and then they answer respectable and tell how it was. A boy thinks himself clever because he can wade where It Is deep, but God made the dry land for e'veryN living thing and rested on the seventh day. When the boy grows up he la called a husband and then he stops wading and stays out at night, but the grew up clrl as a widow and keeps house." Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money II It falls to cure. 25c The genuine has: L. B, Q. on each tablet. tf 'BeaWtke 1M c;ors a cats is ,kbiay , W TW ftlrtigrfcllitjtt i WhenthoTvvlllb-h- Don'ta for Marrlod Pooplb. NCURABLE WECURESTRICTURE ThanaanJa faf loonff eoil mMJle at! many men ere troubled wltUlhleillaeaae DISEASES Many the head la called Incurable. Consumption Is catarrh of the lungs, and Its victim is, no doubt, paathelp In the more advanced stages but gnat num bers ot people dla ot consumption needlessly. It is certain that every phase ot catarrh, including many cases ot consumption, nro cured by the right Dr. Ilartman'a treatment. great prescription, attacks catarrhal dlsoases scientifically and cures them. Dr. Ilartman explains It fully In his books which are mailed on application. Hero la a letter from Mrs. Ilarmsnlng, Maio Mania, YU., who Is ono ot many cured ot consumption by She aay si Mtdkint C'H Ctlnmiut, O, Dear Bins: "I cannot praise your remedy too highly. Last winter I had la grippe and nomorrhsga ot the lungs followed. AU the doctors around her told me I had to dlo ot consumption. Then I thought I would ask Dr. Ilartman tor advice, whloh I did. II prefor mi, and I took It scribed according to bis dlreotloas and waa cured. 1 advise evarvbody that la troubled with lung disease to take Dr. Ilartman'a treatment. I am sure thsy will not regret It It thsy do. I am now enlovlnr good health, aud aa lhauk for It" 1 ft-ru-Pe-ru-- Don't nag. Don't gossip belore children. Don't refer to your wife as "the old woman," 1 ber may hare a imart- uiuonacleualr. ln icnution, amau, iwiiuni aireaoi, harp euttlnr lelmat tlmti.eUfbtdla-chart- o, dlfllcultr la eomuijclor. week all ereina. emlfilonf, endthey tho sjmpteuaIi. e( nerroata debllltr kite rTflUC-'XUHyou, by euttlnr, ttrttohloi, er teerlac . you. ihlwlllntearTou.aeltwlllr-tuOur flKW MET! OU TKKAT-Mli.N- T abaorbe the atrlcture tlnuot haueo remote the a trlclure permanent ly. aln, no auSer-fa-r. It eaa oarer return. NoLuainese by our detention, from w method Iheeeiualersanaereatrenstb-ooeJ- . The uerrea are iatlrorated.ana the blln ot manhood returna. Uon'tlctdoetorieipertmeoten mCkk distant eontidtrtd in- curaon art taiarr f'stl Don't use slang or prolanlty before undir olktr namts. your children. Simple catarrh In Don't keep harping on the subject of "molher-ln-law,- " WECURE GLEET . Ttiouianili ot younff and rol.ldle-aic-l men are harlns tkilr leiutl lisor aud vitality continue ly aatipft by this They ara frequently unonnieloua or ino ciuie 01 weie hujuioiui. Wmknau. Unnatural 1) wUartai. 1'ulU Ins Manhood, Ncrrouineii, l'oor Mem- unta .omaiMpa' ra-lioirr, imUDIUiy. Kunkan Krea. w th dark clrelaa. Weak llaak. Uenaral Uapreatlon. Lack nhnirthen Jfart Ambition. Yarleorale. and h'TniiriUlfK ate. uuty be the eauia. Don't eoniult family dtetora. aa tbay hare no eiixrlcuco iu theaa wlil dlaaawa don t allow unr, u iilnht rMclal!ata,ntiahavomailea!lfeitndyof plaxairtoi'.Ianaud Woman. UurNKYY MKI1IUII 'tllrHrJlKN'i.' will. Mat tlrely eure yeu. Una thouund uallara for eaua we aooapt for treatinont and euiuotcure, Tenuamodarateforiieure. CURES GUARANTEED treat and enrol ItMIgRIONg. BYlMiam. Oi.KKT, nflUUTimU, (MPOTKNOY, BKOllKT illAINS.llNKATirUAliiilKriiAllu. tririMmriAiti.AtiliKUIlMa. .' ::i. '.:.- -. ;:;v.iii.ii ...;.., r.r .INDUl.TAlKin iiuunn rJK ( uaablo to 'tall, write for Y VAUirHKtEI.B. Don't get into the habit of sewing on your own buttons. Don't let your children talk disrespectfully of their elders. Don't forget the promises you made when you were married. Don't leave the house in a temper, It will npset your whole day. Don't Imagine that yours is the only baby on the face of the eaith. Don't neglect to raise your hat when you meet your wife out of doors. Don't allow your children to know thtt you have ever had occasion for altercation. Don't be afraid to apologize, even if you have not been the cause of the quarrel. Don't take the words out of each other's mouth while telling a story to the third person. A lamb, a goose, a frog and a skunk wanted to go to the theater to which the admission waa one dollar, The lamb could get In all right, forhe.bad four quarters ; also the goose, for he had a bill ; the frog also, for he had a grren back ; but the poor skunk bad only a scent, and It was a bad one. ESTIoVl. ULAMIC for 110MB bA4wac XRS. KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W. FOURTH STREET, U CINCINNATI, O. this year; perhaps even, here and there a long, low mound upon which the grass has not yet bad time to grow. You can cover them with flags' and flowers, that Is all. But to the living veteran you can give the honor and tenderness which make glad his dedolls and clining years, remembering not only And then be thought sadly of his for one day In the year that he, too, 40 years, and wondered how he could gave his best of youth and strength to have been so foolish as to think that make ours "a union strongand great." one so young and lovely as Daisy Raymond could link her fresh young life with his. And he felt even older than he was, for all his life had been a continual struggle with poverty and each year bad been full ot care. For he had bis No woman can be too careful of young sister to educate and support, her condition during the period beand he had neyer thought of a wife fore her little ones are born. Neglect or Improper treatment then endanuntil he met lovely Daisy Raymond. gers her life and that of the child. It But now a physician, an old and Ues with her whether she shall suffer valued friend, had died, and in tak- unnecessarily, or whether the ordeat comparatively easy, ing the position vacated, with a good shall be made do nothing than do She had better practice, the way had seemed clearer something wrong, and brighter, and he had now dared to think of Daisy. The months went slowly by, and when nearly a year passed Mr. Grover leturned. His sister was to be married and in- Is tho one and the only preparation sisted upon his being groomsman, that is safe to use. It is a liniment and Daisy was to he bridesmaid. He that penetrates from the outside. External applications are eternally came in the evening tiain, scarcely right. Internal medicines are radiand hour before time, and Daisy fastcally 'wrong. They are more than ened the flowers in her hair with humbugs they endanger life. Mother's Friend helps the muscles trembling hands, and went dawn to to relax and expand naturally remeet him with a beating heait, wonlieves morning sickness removes dering what he would say and do. the cause of nervousness and heaHe was standing In the ball when dacheprevents hard and rising lessens she came slowly down looking more breasts shortens labor and . ,l- - (, to handsome than ever dared to tell that J rani,r,.1.v.rv -C "".-"'- " looking mau that dignified, haughty From a letter by ft Sbreveport, La., woman; "I have been using your he was old enough to be ber father. Friend, She need not have feared for hta, wonderful remedy, Mother's find it for the last two months, and for he came forward with perfect ease ., Justus recommended,?' ; and took her hand, saying quietly: BtomUU seel II at I m kettle. "How do you do, my daughter?" tHtf ttttADFlELD R'EaULATOR'W She did not answer, f nd he looked ATLANTA, OA. ( f smilingly down on the flushed checks 'Seal far oar free lUettratoJ Uwk, "Kofere Baby la 11a tu." and downcast eyes, but there was not Fall. How quiet Is the cemetery when the last speech Is made, the last flower laid upon, its graves and the last note ol martial music has died away. Then, only the sentinel stars keep watch above the silent ranks awaiting that last trumpet call which alone shall wake them from that hard earned soldier's rest. Be Careful RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE. Atttf Six Years Obatinato sores anil ulcers which refuse to heal under ordinary treatment noon bocomo cbrpnta and, ftMtflfy and aro a suro sum that tho id In a depravod condition, Thoy By S, S. S. entire circulation are a, severe drairt upon the system, und tiro eon- atantly sapping away tho vitality, in every caso huo poison roust bo eliminated from tho blood, and no amount of external treatment can havei any effoct. Ti,ar (a nn linonrtn nlv about tho merits of 8. S. S. i evory claim mado for It is bacicea up strongly uy convincing testimony of those who hve tweri cured by it and know of its virtues by experience. My. L. J. Clark, of Oranga Courthouso.Va. , writes: if lolinsi MOTHER'S FRIEND SMf, M tloep-aeate- d. , .I.J .a.t The Old, Roglmontal Flag. How beautiful Is the flag aa It unfurls its spotless folds to the May breeze, and how proudly Its bearer walks, heading the long procession! But, listen, what U that cheer which swells far down the, line, leaping spontaneously fronts thousand tbnuta It Is a cheer for another flag, which baa been unfurled. See, It Is soiled Kor six years I had an obstinate, running ulcar on my ankle, whloh at tlmeocaussd in Intense surferiogs I'paa so disabled for a long while that I Vast wholly unfit for One of tba beat, doctors ireaufi me constantly but did ma no rood. I than tried various blood remedies, itKnut tin. leaat benefit, fl. a. S. was ho hhrblv recom mended that L concluded to try it, and the effect was wonderful. It seamed to Kr rlgM t the seal 4 the' was soon com dlseaso and foro the- - poison 'Out, and pletely cured." Hwuvs Hpeowq yH3iiaflp ' . , drives out eyory trace of Impurity- - Iu tha, Wood,,aa,d in. this wy sor or ulcer. It cures permanently tho most obstinate, is tho only blood Teraedy guaranteed purely vegetable, and con. tains not a particle of potash, morpury, or other mineral. 3. a. H. cun Oosrtagioua Blood Poisou, Scrofula, Cancer, Catarrh. Ecsewft, Jlhounmtlaua, Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, or. any other blood trouble. . IasM upon 8. 8. 8, ; nothing can tako its Jilactj. Taluablo books mailod froo by Swift Spocillo Company, Atlanta, Go. deep-seated ft. ft. ft. FOR THE BLOOD , Wprr'''rWBfWw The faculty of Hartford College lias added another very commendable feature to its excellent course oi inluanrit Friday by lb HABTFORD rVBMHIltNU.l-OMPANstruction in the form of a summer Incorporated. Normal or Training School. Professional training is much needed among FoN ROORRS, ) the teachers of the common schools Jno.H. Thomas, J "ditor8 oi Kentucky and tho work to bo dono by professional training schools is Off loo on FoxStroot. great. Tho training school at HartSubscription! SI per year In advance ford Is ono of the best to bo found in Anyone wishing to ats Kentucky. ce at Hartford tend such a school would do well to Entered at the as second class mail matter. come to Hartford. The instructors arc upto-dat- e and well prepared for FRIDAY, MAY 19. the duty assumed. Teachers should attend a professional training school, AAT2TO'C73TC322Sr7a t not to prepare for an examination FOR THE SENATE. alone, but for better qualification and fitness for tbe work. HO!. W . FRED LOXO. We areanthorlzed to announce Hou. After that disgraceful episode in W. Fred Long as a candidate for the office of State Senator in this the Sev- the court house Tuesday morning when enth Senatorial District, subject to the W.T. Ellis violently action of the Republican party. assaulted Commonwealth'!) Attorney CAST. Jf. T. HOWARD. J, Edwin Rowo In the presence of the We are authorized to announce court, for which no penalty was inCapt. N. T. Howard, of Morgan town, flicted by tho court, the outside as a candidate for nomination for the State Senate, In this the 7th Senator- world will be able to understand ial district subject to the action of the why we have six murder cases on our Republican party. criminal docket and ten prisoners in our jail, each charged with a felony. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. If men whose opportunities and reHON. R. C JARNAOIN. should be a guarantee of Weareauthorizedtoannouncellon. sponsibilities R. C Jarnagin, of Beaver Dam, as a good conduct must indulge In such for Rep- unpardonable disorders, without procandidate for resentative, subject to the action oi the test or penalty from the presiding Republican party. Judge, we want to enter a plea for mercy for the uncultured youth from A precedence was established in the rural districts who may follow Buch court this week, that one drunk man pernicious examples to the jail and should not accuse another man of to the gallows. The surrender of the being drunk; ringing ears, burning dignity oi our courts is the surrender cheeks and red eyes being the result. of the security oi tbe lives of our peo- post-offi- Hartford Republican. He stands so pop as a campaigner. ular and respected where known that he is assured oi a large following as soon is he declares his candidacy. .Paducah Sun. Hon. M. L. Heavrld, of Ohio coun ty, is being urged by the Republi cans ol that section to enter the race for the Republican nomination for Attorney General at the approaching election. Mr. Heavrin la at present County Attorney for Ohio county and stands easily fn the front ranksamong Western Kentucky lawyers. His un qualified fitness for the position, with his great personal popularity and his great ability as a campaigner and stump speaker splendidly equip him for a leader in the approaching campaigned he would doubtless add strength to the ticket should he be nominated. Log Cabin. ONE LONG OVATION. Con. Gordon's Addroas at tho Reunion or conrodorato Vetorans at Charleston, S.C., tho 10th "Governor. Gentlemen of the Com mittee. My Fellow Countrvtnen ol South Carolina The flood of emo tions which stirs the sensibilities ol these veterans is their loving answer to your gracious greeting These emotions will speak to you In language far more Impressive and eloquent than any words that I could utter. The ringing shouts from these thousands of Confederate throats are veritable echoes of the inspiring resolutions of welcome unanimously adopted by your General Assembly-Whilthose resolutions have cheered and thrilled every Southern soldier's heart, they were not needed to tell ns oi the reception that awaited us in South Carolina. Her whole history and that of her commercial capital were the promise and guarantee of this magnificent reality. For more than 200 years made memorable by heroic struggles In war and brilliant achievements In peace, the name of South Carolina and of Charleston have been synonyms of hospitality, of chivalry and ot valor. What else could be expected of a people In whose veins are com mingled the blood of the proud English Cavaliers? The blood of those devoted and resolute men who protested against tne immoralities and grinding exactions of the Stuarts; the blood of the stalwart Dissenters and ol the heroic Highlanders of Scotland and of the sturdy democratic Presbyterians of Ireland; the blood of those defend ers of freedom who came to your shores from the mountain battlements of Switzerland, and lastly, but not less pure and sacred, the blood of the Huguenots of France, whose martyrs, by a glorious fidelity, even unto death, have made sweeter and richer the record ot human devo tion to conscience and liberty. 'No resolutions, I repeat, by which this great Commonwealth extends Its loving welcome' were needed to assure the remnants of the South's Immortal armies that the 'freedom of the State' was theirs, and that every heart within her borders was a soldier's shrine We bad but to remember that South Carolina was the nursery of heroes, as. well as ot statesmen and of patriots that no one State, except that she be endowed with an almost boundless affluence of greatness, could in one century have given to the cause of liberty and the republic such a splendid galaxy as South Carolina presents in her Rntledge, her Sumter, her Moultrie, her Middleton. and her Ma rlon; In her Butler, her Plnckney nnd her rickens; In her McDuthe and her Calhoun; in her Hamilton, her Hayne and her beloved Hampton. "If we turn from this incomplete array ot her noble sons to the contemplation of the scars upon her bosom. received in her battles for American freedom at cowpens, at Camden and Charleston; at Eutaw Springs, Fort Moultrie and Kind's Mountain, while her 'Swamp Fox,' with his ragged brigade, roasted their rations ol sweet potatoes in her forests at night and by their sudden sallies, now from the mountains and now irom tbe marsnes, amazed and bewildered the British invaders; if we add to this survey of her past the record ot her princely liberality In the donation of her soil to the general government, we shall gain a still better conception of tbe lofty characteristics and unchallenged patriotism ol her people. "To me, personally, whose assocla tlons with South Carolinians through the civil war and the still more gall ing period of reconstruction and gave a clearer insight into their motives and future alms, it is a proud privelege vouchsafed to me today to stand in your presence as tne representative ot these veterans and tell this people how fully we recognize their worth and how fully we acknowledge our indebtedness to them. "I should esteem it a still higher honor to stand heretoday astheherald of both the host and guests In proclaiming a message of good will to all our countrymen and to send tne internal greeting of this people) of all Confederates, and of their children to of all patriots or all sections; to unite with our American breth ren of every State in ascribing to tbe guiding hand or God the unparalleled victories of American arms in the late war- on land and sea; and lastly, by the memory of the leathers, whose spirits live in their sons, to pledge the South unfailing support to every worthy cause for strengthenAmerican unity and ing the bonds-othus accelerating the onward march of the republic In its benign mission to humanity. hlgh-souled battle-bruised f There Is a story of a man who was so busy looking at the stars that, as he waited, ne siuniDieu Into a mil. That's CC. n J UKn. tbe atorv of a tvnl- cal man, too busy qS,. SKUM- -, We Wish to Express Our Thanks To the Peoole of Hartford and Ohio County among them. We know that we have to build up our trade and wo aro 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. Wo want your trade and wo WE WILL TELL YOU THE TRUTH TO GET IT. Again we quote you prices on a few of our many bargains. Wo invite you to seo us. Our time and spaco aro limited and wo can not put everything in the paper that wo would like to: Dress Goods. all wool one way, worth 15c, we sell at lOo per yard. f Better grades, 36 In. wide, wool, regular 20a goods, our low price 15o per yard. Regular 25c goods go in this salo at tho low price oi 20c per yard. In fine novelty patterns, we have them from 83 CO to $10 per pattern. As for wash goods,we defy any store in the city to show a better line, at prices as low as wo will mako you. Double-folone-hal- &&QdmMJLT 33E?3!i3$:. l?nr flinir nnfrnnnfrn rliiril.fr tho first month of (HIT businC88 Career Ropubllcan Convontlon. At a meeting oi the Republican Ex ecutlve Committee, held in Hartford, Ky., May 15, 1899, it was ordered: 1. That a Mass Convention be held at the court house in Hartford on July 1800, at t o'clock p. m. lor tbe pur pose ot selecting delegates to attend the State Convention which meets at Lexington, Ky., July 12, 1899. That a delegated convention be held at the court house In Hartford on June 8, 1899, at r o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nominating a candi date for Representative and selecting delegates to attend the Senatorial convention to be held at Beaver Dam, Ky., June icth. 3. That the representation In said convention shall be 1 delegate lor every 25 votes or fractions over xa cast for James G. Bailey in 1897, provided that no precinct shall have less than 2 delegates and that Ceralvo and Point Pleasant are included In this call and allowed two delegates each. 4. That precinct conventions be held In each voting preclnctjm June 1 boo. at 1 p. m. lor tne purpose 01 selecting delegates to attend the county convention to be held at Hart ford, June 8th, 5. That vacancies in the County Committee from the following pre cincts be filled by election at the pre-clnct convention : north Rockport, South Rockport, West FordsvllIe.JBu. lord, uarueus, tunavnie, uraivoana Shreve. The following is the delegate vote which each precinct is allowed. 6 McHenry. . . . .5 East Hartford West Hartford... .4 Centertown. .6 Beda 4 Smallhonsc. . . .2 Fordsville...6 Sulphur Springs. Bast 6 West Fordsvllle..4 Magan .2 Cromwell 5 Etnavllle Cool Springs . . 2 Shreve 3 North Rockport.. 2 Olaton 3 South Rockport.. 3 Buford 2 Select 3 4 Bartletts 2 Horse Branch . .5 Heflln 8 Ceralvo Roslne 2 East Beaver Dam3 Point Pleasant 7 Total, 103. West Beaver Dam4 John P. Morton, Ch'm'n. M. S, Raglano, Acting Sec'y. looking at things away off, to notice more Important tilings near by. of all deaths are from conh sumption. Dut the man goes along with his eyes bulging to watch cholera and yellow fever, lie dUdalna to cure the cold or check the little cough, and consumption trips him up. Don't neglect little ailments. Keep the system up to the point of effectual resistance against disease. This is best done by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It strengthens the the action of the stomach, Increase glands, cures all disorders of the organ of digestion and nutrition, except cancer of the stomach, purifies the blood, increases the vital energy and so enables the body to resist and throw off disease. Even when there is emaciation, weakness, hectic, cough, bleeding at the lungs and other alarming symptoms, "Golden Medical Discovery " can be counted on to help every time and to heal 08 times out of every hundred. Sick people can consult Dr. R. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y by letter, without fee or charge. Every letter is read In private, and treated as sacred confidence. All replies axe sent in plain envelopes. In taken wilh mre Lrt (print I One-sixtblood-makin- g MEN'S HATS. Wo have a fino line of linen hats. They aro the latest thing out in the We have way of summor headwear. them from 25c to 60c each. All kinds ol fine hats at prices to suit the times, ranging from 19c to $3.00. CLOTHING. We aro headquarters in. this line. We can fit you in pncer quality and style. We give you a few prices below: Men's Suits $2.60, worth $3.50 1.50 " 2.98, saroo " 7.50 " 4.98, " 10.00 G.00, We can fit you out in the nobbiest and most stylish suit for $1.00. Boy's suits go at 75c, 98c and on up to as high as $7.60. Men's socks, black and tan, at 60 per pair. Better grades go at 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and up to 60c per pair. TABLE LINENS. Good, fast colors, worth 35c to 40c; wo sell at 25c a yard. Half Bleached Table Linen, regular 60c goods ; wo sell at 30c per yard, Extra Bleached Linen, regular !5o goods; we sell at 60c per yard. Sheeting, sells everywhere at 20c; we sell It at 15c per yard. 9- -4 m - m a. n; cheat, about tk F r B ! l f r The case of the Commonwealth vs. P'e- Shote Render for the murder oi Dee The evils oi drunkenness wero prob-abl- y Walker was filed away with leave to never better illustrated than in reinstate. It occurs to us that this is the circuit court here Wednesday. a rather unusual proceeding in a Cicero King whose character, previmurder case. ous to Christmas eve, when, whilo intoxicated, he killed Marshal Sam In the circuit court here Monday Casebier, was good, was arraigned in Judge Owen appointed Mr. H. P. court ior murder and Jake Rowo, one Commonwealth's Attorney . Taylor oi the most gifted and brilliant law pro tern. The importance of the of Kentucky, whom the people criminal docket at this term demands yers of this district have trusted with tbe the greatest legal ability upon the responsible position oi guardian of the part of the attorney for tbe Commonlives of our people, appeared in court wealth and the appointment oi Mr. beastly drunk and totally incapacitat Taylor was wisely made. ed to perform the duties of his office. r oi to day who robs Anakchy and incendiarism finds The an able advocate in Judge Fleming, his family of the common comforts oi Democratic candidate for Attorney life to sate his thirst for drink finds General, who spoke here Monday. the road to the gallows broad and easy His fiery declaration that Congress, and strewn with roses. Ii murder, or the President and the Supreme Court even the lesser crimes, were the only wero dominated by the money power penalty, society must pay for the would if true justify a revolution, but whiskey curse, it might be passed, iortunately such demagogues are giv- but when the blanched cheeks oi en but small credit by the American iaithf ul wives, the heartaches of loving sweethearts, the bloody tears oi people. godly mothers and the want and suf The many ludicrous and silly things fering in many homes appeal to the given to the pnblic through the colmanhood oi the age, it is time to crush umns of the Herald have been a source the reign oi man's deadliest ioe. of great amusement to the Retijbli-can- ; yet tbe iunniest thing, but "Is there any benefit to be derived truest appearing in its columns, is the from attending a lecture?" is a ques acknowledgement of its tcri.be to be a tion that otten suggests itself to many "little jackass editor." On being ro-- . individuals in considering the profit or minded oi the class into which he has loss connected therewith. "Is it worth placed himself, he squirms and twists my time? Is it worth my money?" and mutters "you are a jackasa editor The benefit of a good lecture is inessome, too." timable, its value unmeasurable. The inspiration received by a young man The Republican Executive Cora irom the expression and sentiment a mittee, which met here Monday voted great speaker arouses bis latent enerHon. M. L. Heavrin a most hearty gies, kindles the fire oi ambitious hope recommendation to tho Republican which being fostered and stimulated party oi Kentucky as a staunch Re- irom day to day prompts him to conpublican, an able lawyer, an excellent sider, te aspire, to act. The inspira speaker, a shrewd politician and as a tion and influence of Demosthenes, of man in eveiy way thoroughly capable Cicero, of Webster, have fallen into oi and eminently fitted for tbe position the heart oi many a sturdy youth, oi Attorney General. Should Mr. aroused ambition and hope and given Heavrin enter the race he would to succeed iog generations tbe brightest doubtless win the nomination. and most illustrious men of the age. The announcement of Attorney It is worth your time, it is well worth your money. It affords a change General W. 8. Taylor for the Republican nomination for Governor is from the stagnant pool at which we meeting with a hearty reception all often drink to a flowing fountain. over the State. The barefooted But The rayrth and laughter to be enjoy' ler county boy, who has fought his ed lift the burden of life and invites way to tbe first rank oi Kentucky us to freer, easier and happier living, statesmen, has justly earned the honor The sublimes ieatures stamp impres he asks of hie party. If we judge sions upon the memory that last a life aright tbe disposition of Kentucky time. Republicans to honor first those who The Hartford Herald says there is most deserve to be honored, General now "nothing free but alrand water." Taylor will be the next Governor oi You are mistaken, brother. Your Kentucky. "Gab" seems to be "very free," but you are by many As an illustration of cowardly In you are by it like other things, don't know how to ap gratitude tke attempt of Urey Woodpredate It, Grayson Eagle. son and John Rhea to discredit Wat m Wi Hardin's sincerity as a silver advocate WhatThoySay of Our Candi in 1895 takes the cake. That Hardin's date. adherence to his silly convictions upon We understand M. L. Heavrin, of the money issue cost him the Gover Ohio county, is a prospective candi norship in 1895, would be questioned General. Mr. by anybody but a Goebeiite, is sur- date for Attorney Heavrin would make n "Warhorse" prising and yet Rhea claims to be for to turn down, should he decide to Strne, The young Democrat con enter the race. Grayson Eagle. templating a political caieer should Mr. M. L. Heavrin, of Hartford, at study well the conduct oi Rhea and present County Attorney, is being Woodson before casting bis lot with boomed for the Republican nomina tbe Democratic party. General. Mr. tion for Attorney Heavrin is a capable and polished In the contest for the Republican gentleman, and would no doubt run nomination for State Senator in this a strong race. We know oi no Re district Hon. W. Fred Long and publican whom we would rather see Capt, N, T. Howard have entered honored than the gentleman from the race, each of whom would reflect Ohio county. Hartford Herald. credit upon the party it nominated. Hon. M. L. Heavrin, of Hartford, According to tbe rule which has hereis contemplatlg entering the contest tofore obtained of rotation in the for attorney general before the Rematter of candidates, this is Butler publicans of the state. He will soon county's time to name the candidate begin his canvass and will visit the and we believe it a courtesy as well people as rapidly as he can. Mr, as the duty oi Ohio and Muhlenberg Heavrin Is at present county attorney counties to instruct their delegates in and stands easily in the first rank of their county conventions to vote for lawyers. The office he seeks is suited Butler county's choice for Senator. to his abilities and he Is fully equipped dram-drinke- ... CORSET8. We have a full line of Corsets and Corset Waists. Our ladies' summer Wo have them Corset is a beauty. CENSUS REPORT. from 25o to 50c. Other Corsets horn The following Is an official copy of 50c to $1.20 the best on earth. the Census of School districts of Ohio county for the school year, ending SHOEH. June 30th, 1900: We show man's fine Bboe,(all solid Total, Total. District. District. leather) worth $1.50; we sell at $1.25. 65 1 204 59 66 66 3 Better grade, worth 81.G5, we sell at 51 67 76 7 3 $1.39. In fact, we have shoes at all 68 64 36 4 , prices, viz: $1.50, $1.00, $1.75, 69 87 7 5 $2.00, $2.60, $3.60 and $3.75. This 6 70 55 65 71 7 30 line of Shoes cannot bo excelled in 88 8 7 95 quality, price nor stylo in the Green 73 91 9 47 River Country. 10 83 74 94 66 IX 75 55 "Wo can say without any hesitancy, 7 12 69 49 that our line of Ladies' Shoes cannot 77 13 74 74 be exce'led in any of tbe largo cities. 78 14 31 90 83 79 15 '09 We can sell you a genuine Dongola 80 16 5S 74 Lace Shoe, solid leather, col bait pa 81 105 17 95 per, for 81.10. It's worth anywhere 82 18 165 57 83 53 105 19 81.50. We have Shoes at all prices 84 20 43 129 and we invite you to seo our lino when 85 21 48 57 Footwear. you need 86 69 22 104 $1.-18first-class and was ao wtak I could hinlljr walk houa." lays Mrs. C. R. Kerr, of Port "I trttd smral Podn, Wcbairr Co.. Iowa. I had cotumnptlon, jralcUna they told me Inheard of and tierce's Golden Medical PUcot. Dr. . Before I had taken tht Srat bottle I waa Terr ranch better; I took Sre bottle of It and hare not yet had any return of the trouble." Headache Is cured by using Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. nl A full line of Dimities, worth Tie and 10c, wo sell at 5c per yard. A full and complete lino of Wash Goods at 25 per cent, under regular price. We will sell you a good gingham for Aprons, Bonnets, Dresses, dec, at 4c per yard. The best Amoskcog Gingham at 6c, Spring cleaning is tho order of the day and we have a nice line oi Mattings and Oil Cloth. We have a nice picco of Oil Cloth at 20c a yard and MILLINERY. 25o and 30c per yard. Yes, we are at home when it comes others at to this line. Below we give you a few LACES and EMBROIDER! ES. Children's trimmed Hats, prices: Go at 2c, 3Jc, 4c, Co, 7c. 10c, worth 75c,our price 60c Ladles' fine 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c. trimmed Hats, worth $1.60, our price 99c. Sailors from 25c up. Ask to see our Flowers, Ribbons, Ac., when in our store We know we can please you in this line, because we have an expert trimmer wbo can make a bat to coat you any price you desire. Bleach Good soil finish, yard-wid- e ed Cotton, you can't bur it anywhere except at our store for lens than 7c; wo sell It at 5c per yard. m Good quality, regular sell it at 4&c per yard. Alabama plaid shirting 6Jc a yard. Go goods; we .... 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 109 38 45 63 80 50 84 87 83 89 45 87 58 90 91 9 93 94 95 80 70 72 37 7 st 30 3 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 "4 67 63 59 98 56 4 MEN'S SHIRTS. ai New York Camlet Jeans, the best, We havo fine white laundred shirts Columbia Cheviot, sells all over the at 60c, they're worth $1. We sell a world at 8c; we sell it at CJc per yard. lOo per yard. nice Negligee Shirt at 39c, it's worth Spring styles in Dress Gingham, Shirtiiig, worth 7Ac; wo sell It at 6c. Better 75c. Fine silk pull bosom shirts go at Extra heavy yard-wid- e worth 5c; we sell it at 3Jc pr yard. grade, worth 10c, our prico GJc $1.39, worth 81.50. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. Calico from 2c, 3Sc up to 60 per Shirts and drawers, regular 35c yard all tho best grades and neatest goods; we sell at 23c Better grade, styles. regular 05c goods, our price 48c. All White flannel 15c, 20c and 25c per other grades go at tbe same low price. yard, worth 10c more on tbe yard. 96 97 98 99 Soloct, Ky. Health In this community good at present. The farmers are a little behind with their crops on account of so much rain. Mr. T. C. Hosey, who has been at tending school at Morgantown, came home several days ago on account oi smallpox. The Sunday School was postponed until the 4th Sunday. Mr. D. J. Rboads, of Beaver Dam was in town Friday. Mr. Joe Taylor, of Butler, was the guest ot his sister, Mrs. R. I. Lang ford, Friday. Miss Lizzie Bradley, of the Flint Springs neighborhood, was the guest of R. I. Langford Friday. It was reported that "aunt Damn" wife ot Mr. Madison Keown had spi nal meningitis, but it is now thought that her trouble is paralysis. She is about 75 years old and very feeble. Mr. W. C. Arbuckle, who lias been sick for some time, is able to be out G. again. is very 343 5S 54 79 69 65 78 37 5 144 92 76 60 90 59 68 184 S3 12 72 61 'oo loi '02 103 '04 60 '05 106 107 o8 1 09 Our 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 knowT are sure ior it. too 59 97 56 37 Ho 30 51 T 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. Hi 112 3 64 41 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 40 66 63 75 59 53 115 COLORED. "4 A B 38 67 49 128 60 66 89 59 31 4 49 m . D c F G 46 70 36 31 88 76 t.. aoxjzj2ri3m 60 61 62 63 64 II I J FON ROGERS, Superintendent. Commorclal Convontlon. The undersigned, appointed as an Executive Committee at the First Commercial Convention of the State of Kentucky held In May. 1898, were authorized to call the second Annual Convention at such time and place in the month of May, 1899, as they judged best. The Committee held a meeting March iStb. and unanimous ly agreed upon holding this Convenx tlon in the city 01 xvmisviue, Monday and Tuesday, May 39th and 30th. The purposes for which this Con vention is called should enlist the interest of every Kentuckian. It is solely for the promotion of the mate, rial welfare of our Commonwealth All of It is strictly our Citizens are now Invited to come together to take counsel as to how best promote Kentucky' S. material Interests in all of Its branches whether Agricultural, Financial. Man ufacturing, Mercantile, Mining or Timber, Other States are taking similar action, the State of Tennessee has recently held her second State Industrial Convention, Georgia has held her first and one is now called in the grnt State of New York. Dy united eflortu and friendly counsel, good will certainly result, Tbe programme for tbe Convention has been partially prepared. The subject chosen for discussion are of importance. practical and general Distinguished speakers from different have been invlt sections of the State ed to introduce these subjects, and every one present will be invited to take part in tbe discussion to follow. The lull programme will be announced later, as soon as the Invited speakers have all been heard from. It Is proposed, as last year, to pub. lish a Jourral of this convention. The publication of the proceedings oi tke last has been distributed widely, and has been of service to Kentucky. The local Committee on Entertain menta are. arranging plans to make tbe visit of delegates pleasant in Transportation way. The every will arrange with the Committee Railroad and Steamboat Companies for reduced rates ot fare. The Mayor of every Towq and City CENTERTOWN, KY. May 15. Mrs. John W. Rowe, who has been sick for quite a while, U very much Improved in health. Mr. Johnson Heflin has been confined to his room for several days with flux, but is thought to be better at present. Mr. Robert James has returned from Central, Cltyf and will make hlshome here for a while. Rev. T. M. Morton and wife, Mrs L. C. Morton and daughter, Emma, are visiting relatives In Louisville. Rev,. Richardson failed to get here In time to preach lost Sunday, and on account of the weather, Bro. Miller had short service Sunday night. S. M. Dexter, P. H. Ross, J. A Stogner, H. H. Davis, and C. K. Re- neer went to the Masonic meeting at Rockport last Saturday night. Ross & Bro., are making some good work in their gallery here. Mr. Wood, of Sebree, was here last week on business. Dixie. Doafnoss Cannot bo Curod by local applicants as they cannot reach tne diseased portion 01 tne ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that is by constructional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the uiucous linn ingoithe Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rum bllne sound or imperfect hearing, and when it if entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless tbe lnllamatton can be taken out and this tube restor ed to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed lorever; nine cases out or ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition ol the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir culars; tree. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O Sold by Druggists, 75c Hall's Family Pills are the best. Botwoon Ono-Arm- od Mon. On last Friday, Police Judge Pearcy, and County Clerk Pasteur met on the street, when Mr. Pasteur after asking the Judge In regard to his having made certain statements, to which tbe Judge replied in tbe affirmative, Mr. Pasteur called the Judge a liar whereupon the Judge promptly knocked him down. Considerable comment was caused from the fact that each ol the pugilistic gentlemen has but one arm. There was only one round and the Judge was awarded the decision, Princetpn Republican. Tbe words ot praise bestowed upon Hood's Sarsaparllla by those who have taken it prove the merit oi the medicine, Estray Notlco. steers, I black and 1 pale red. Mark of the black: Smooth crop of! ofleft 'ear, crop and swallowlork in right. 'Mark ol red: Smooth under slope in right ear. Both dehorned or mulles, The owner may have his property by calling at my home iyi miles north of Centertown and iden tifying same and paying cost of advertising and keeping, 45 LABKIN WILLIAMS, About the 15th of January, there came upon my premises 1899, 2 play for ns. Everybody OHIO CIRCUIT COURT. invited. in the State, and the County Judge of Come one and all, let un have a good every county will be formally requestCivil Docket of tho MnyTorm, time on May 30th, ed to attend and to name list of G, W. Puirrs, Commander. 1890. delegates to represent with themC Parks, Adjutant. selves their respective towns and JURY TRIALS. counties. SEVENTH DAY, MONDAY. U AY SS. Each Industrial Association in the E Grinstead vs State, viz: Agricultural, Financial, 3341, W D Olln vs R C W S Gaines. James. Manufacturing, Mercantile, Etc., is 3475, E entitled to one vote and their hearty 3673, A B Baltd vs J S Coleman. 38G4, Fred Wekle vs D J Duncan. la requested. The Woodward vs I C R of tbe floor, and, in addition, 3737, Robt Bonlto vs W Myers. R Co. J all other eood citizens are most cor 3622, F A EIGHTH DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 23. dially invited to be present at the ses 3753i W P Graves vs M V Campfield. sions ot tbe Convention. Let ns make a united effort to keep 3803, Geo N Baize vs I C R R Co. Kentucky abreast of the most enter 3834, 1 P Barnard vs Sarah Hlnes. prising and favored ot the States of 3835, H C Watklns vsT K Newton. Not worth paying attention P Kelly &c vs Ed Davison &c. the Union. Let us come togetner to 3846, RDAY, to, you siy. Perhaps yon NINTH WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, discuss the best use to make of the have had It fur weeks. B T Lee vs J D Bergen. advantages which we possess, and 3794, It's annoying because you have a constant desire to elve out the information as to those 3885, Felix Poole vs Lon Calloway. cough. It annoys you also advantages to the whole country, so 3890, F J Reltz &c vs W P Graves. because you remember that that the knowledge may reuouna to 3893, Sam Edge vs Jack Ralph. weak lungs la a family falling. her prosperity an increase in her 3910, J W Sharp vs William Turner. At first it Is a slight cough. TENTH DAY, THURSDAY, MAY 25. wealth, and in thrifty population. At last It Is a hemorrhage. The Executive Committee asks of 3915. J M Hoover vs Henry Westetfield At first It Is easy to cure. every newspaper in the entire State 3926, Hiley Taylor vs I C R R Co. At last, extremely difficult. 3928, U S. Furniture Co. vs Fords- the publication of tbe foregoing advllle Graded School dress. We all recognize the powerful 393L J W Shaver va Robt Plummer, influence of the press for public eood. ELEVRNT1I D,Y, FB.IDAY, MAY 26 Is earnestly ins and Its 3938, J W Wilson vs I CR R Co. voiced to make this mate convention 394 1 J W Ford vs Ohio County, in every way a success. 3950, Heavrin & Taylor vs S A AnRespectfully, derson. John W. Ybrkbs, Ch'm'n. 39S3. Wm Miller vs J W Fields. Executive Committee. State COURT TRIALS. State at Large J. W. Yerkcs, ELEVENTH DAY, FRIDAY, MAY 26. R. P. Stoll, Lexington; Wm. D W Hilton vs S C Walker &c. A. Robinson, Louisville; Clarence 3837, 3919, Jacob Weller vs B T Williams. Dallam, Louisville. A Copy. Attest: 1st Dist , Q, C Thompson, Padueah; S A. Anderson, 3dDlst.Ajas. E.Rankin, Henderson; 3d Dlst., J. J. Milliken, Franklin; Notloo to Crodltora. 4th Dlst., II. Z Churchill, Elizabeth-town- ; f quickly conquers your little 5th Dist., Richard W. Knott, r hacking cough, All persons having claims against Louisville: 6th Dlst , E, S. Lee.Cov-IngtoThere Is no doubt about )y d, the estate of James A. Smith, deceased, 7th Dlst., G B. Stout, the cure now. nouhtrnmra are notified to present the same.prop. Woodford county; 8th Dlst , irom neglect. For over half a csntunr W. W. Stephenson, llarrodsburg; 9th erly proven as required by law before Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has 10th meat my office In Hartlord.Ky,, on or Dlst., S. S. Savage, Ashland; been curing colds and coughs Dist, Ed. C. O'Rear, Mt. Sterling; before the 25th day ol May, 1899, or and preventlngconsumption. will nth Dist, Jos D Black,Barbourville, they43 be barred, E P. Nkai, It cures Consumption slso If taken In time. Adm'r of James A. Smith, deceased. pilv-lieg- Just a Cough 1 1 Aiicrs 1 Cherry i Pectoral f. Itcpmtftt.Altf'satTri tttMH riwkrl mt W Dan-vlll- e; Fay-woo- HowltHurtst Sam Jones will be hoyo next! Tuesday Rheumatism, with its sharp twinges , aches and pains. Do you know the cause? Acid in the blood has accumulated in your Joints, Tbe cure is found In Hood's Sarsaparllla which neutralizes this add. Thousands write that they have been completely cured of rheumatism by Hood's Sar Memorial Day, May 30. 218 of evening. Tbe Washington Eidson Post, No. will meet at the the M E. Church, Hsytl, at 9 a. ui. and march from there to the cemetery and decorate the graves ol tbe deceased comrades and march from there to the grove where a nice dinner will be I served at I P m, Kev, riles will saparllla. speak followed by others, and we exHood's Pills cure nausea, sick pect a nice time. There will be excellent music on the ground, the Tay. headache, biliousness, IndlgiutlQP-Pric)or Mines and Hatllord bauds will, 35 cents. GAR. "jS II jv CSiv Shall w an4 jroa teak 00 this tubfect, fra Ask MmMsjJ STajsaWwaw. II rra kar tmj aonialtlal what. r IB daitra lh beat iua.ltr-- 1 t kv li.iZ"?"'?'': , W rscalts ,?:.yiii7inip.iiia Alil.,flK. J.a ATKK, - ' V -f-c Itw ...JrV fA-,- AAt jr...-L- vJ .. " !ttlC 1 - .i nM,iija-tftft-i- -ii ' h FAIR & CO Excellent in Quality and Low in Price a charm to our special offerings during the month of May, which renders shopping at our store a pleasurable pastime to all our customers. Our programme for JLond "Peace Hath Her Victories war," said Milton, -- &p renowned than and now, In the Spring, Is the time to get a peaceful victory over the Impurities which have been accumulating in the Hood during Winter's The banhearty eating. ner of peace Is borne aloft by Hood's Sarsaparilla. less It Will bo particularly interesting. SPECIALS. Bead it. Compare quality, with prices others ask: 5c (or Udiu Ribbed Vest 15c for 54 to. Turkey led Table Linen. 5c for 36x11. In. Honey-com- b Towels. 6c lor good heavy Crash. 3)ic for Ladles' Black Hose. 50c for io4 Bed Spreads hemmed lor nse. jc for Pretty Fans. 4c lor Sheer Lawns. 'rfcTHE NEXT TEN DAYS '''' " - - -" -- - - '. Mat-tin- ga brings rest and comfort to the weary body racked by pains of all sorts and kinds. Its beneficial effects prove It to be the crest specific to bo relied upon for victory. Hood's never disappoints. " Itunnlnr scrofula sorts 8cr0flrt mads me shunned by neighbor!. Medical treatment filled. A reUtlra urged me to try Hood'i Sarssparllla. Did so and In few months too lores complttelr ceiled." Hit, J. M. Hitch, Etna, N. II. Catarrh-- 1 Dl'ifreeabla catarrhal drop- WASH GOODS. ioc lor solid color Organdies. 15c for fine quality Dimity, ioc for beantllnl Piques. for (air quality skirt linen pretty ntf c tor lovely Madras Cloth, aoc for quality Marseilles, ioc for newlinestrlped percals ping! In ray throat made me nervous and dliij. My liver wis torpid. Hood's Bar ssparllla, corrected both troubles. Mr health Is very good." Mas. Kuril! J. Bmiut, 171 Miln Bt Auburn, Maine. Tumors) "A tumor is big as a large marble came under my tongue and Instead Among our many callers Monday of letting my physician operate on It, I used my favorite spring tonic. Hood's Sarsapawere Messrs. S. T. Brown, Perry Ren soon disappeared." Mis, rilla. Tbe bunch der, W. L. James, p. II. Ross, Cern. 11. M. Cose, 8 Union HU, Ixiwell, Miss. Company D, of 3d Ky. Infantry ,was Prof. A. P. Taylor, who attended the Southern Baptist convention at muttered out of the United States ser Louisville, returned Monday night vice at Savannah, Ga., Tuesday and arrived at Beavrr Dam yesterday and reported a most enjoyable trip. morning at 5 o'clock. The boys met Desaie Morgan, an unfortunate female character, was lodged in jail here with a hearty welcome upon their arSaturday, charged with housebreak- rival here. Capt. Keown had the ing. She was brought here from good fortune to bring home every man Pordsvllle, where the crime was com- who went out with him, all In good health and able and willing to answer mitted. the next call of their country. If our Dr. W. S. Williams, ol Uniontown, boys did not brave the perils of the made us a pleasant call while In town battlefield it was no fault of theirs Monday. Dr. Williams left Monday and they deserve the highest honor of for Mammoth Cave at which point their countrymen. the State Dental Association is in In another column will be found session. the ad. of Powers & Renlrow, of NarNext Sunday is Children's day at rows. These enterprising men carry the Methodist church, An interest a complete stock In their line, nnd ing progran has been ptepared and from a personal visit oi the writet to extensive preparations made. The their watehouse, he believes that they exercUe promises to be most excel- offer tbe people better bargains than lent and interesting. can be found elsewhere. Their heavy Judge J. S Glenn was elected spec- modern style, double seated, closed, ial judge oi tbe Circuit Court by the Ames Surreys at $70.00 and canopy bar Wednesday in the absence of Judge top at $60.00 should bring them a Owen, who is sick. Judge Glenn's large trade in this line. Their other knowledge of the law and ability will stock is sold at prices equally favorable to the purchaser. fit him for the position. CORRECT WAY TO VALUE DRY GOODS. A LISTEN! Already have nearly FIRST Examine the Quality. SECOND Verify the Styles. THIRD Test the Color. FOURTH Satisfy yourself how they will serve your purpose. FIFTH Come to a rel- i- '" ablo store where you can repose confidence in what s is B.1I1I about them that's all. ' ' Koto the ,ow f nqes on Oar Goods flor the frjext 5wo Wees: Good heavy Domestic 4c, worth 5c Men's fancy striped Hose 20c per Cotton Crash 4c, worth 5c. pair or two pair lor 35c Men's Undershirts 20c, worth7 35c. Extra heavy Linen Crash, worth Better grade 25c. Best grade at 50c ia at ioc. Better grade Linen Crash 15c, worth Any of them worth more money t8c. than we ask you for them. for Old Ky. Tow Linen for Ladles' nice Ribbed Vest in white, ioc Skirts. extra good values at 5c each or 6 for per yard for plaid Cotton, worth 25c. 4c Fine quality Bleach Ribbed Cotton 5c 7c per yd. Columbia Chlviots, worth Vest, nicely finished with tape ioc or 8tfc. 3 for 25c to-Bleached Pepperell Sheeting, Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest, beauti1 8c, worth 32c fully trimmed and finished in blue, 10 4 Brown Pepperell Sheeting 17c, pink and fancy stripes 15c or two for worth all, 25c. Infanta and children's Ribbed Vest 52 in.TuYkey Red Tabte Linen 15c worth aoc. 5c worth ioc. Nice quality 64 In. Bleached Table Unen 45c,wortn 00c. NEW GLOVES. bleach Table Linen 60c, worth 7i-lWe have a beautiful assortment of Bleached Damask Napkins, size ao ladles' Kid and also Silk and Lisle Gloves. in ,$1.00 per doxen, worth $1.25, One lot of ladles Black Silk, with Bleach Damask Napkins,slze 18 in. stitched black, 50c, worth 73c. per dozen, worth $1.15. 90c Elegant quality ot Kid In Hew 27in. Fine Zephyr Ginghams ioc, shades at $1.00 per pair, worth $1.25. worth ityic Genuine Sealsland Percals, 36Mn. NEW HANDKERCHIEFS. wide ioc, worth Five pieces of 26 in. Scotch Lawns ioc buys a pretty Handkerchief 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. 23c buys a fine embroidered HandLadies' Black Cotton Hose worth kerchief with lace trimmed edge. ioc go at 5C. 120 pairs Ladles' Black Hose, regular 20c Hose, go at 15c, or 2 prs. 25c FINE EMBROIDERIES. Men's heavy Cotton Socks 5c, worth As this wlll.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 Bine 15c, worth aoc to 35c per yard. 4 n. 1 100 Reserved Seats been sold to the 7c 3&odASaUai t mr tfTiffiE797ffar Biwd'n M1U f tad lUf HU.tht ostiy cathartic to Uka with iTtwd'a KanaparUlsw tertown; Scott and Eugene Klmuiel, Ceralvo; Blllle Potts, Sulphur Springs; and Vick Stewart, Beda. Esq. Ed Massle, of near Bell's Ron, made us a very pleasant call Tuesday. Esq. Massle is a hustling, energetic and farmer. He ia coming to hear Jones and says a large num ber of people are coming from his community. PARASOLS. $1.00 for White China Silk Parasols. S1.50 for White China Silk Parasols, with deep ruffles. $1.00 for Fancy Plaid Silk Parasols. fj.oo for very handsome white Silk Parasols, with Doable CblBoa Ruffle. 50c for Children's Satin Para sols. Carpets and Mattings 36-ln- Wool Ingrain Carpets 50c. Fancy cotton chain carpets 25c Beat . Hemp carpets aoc. Good Rag Carpets 2 jc. Nice quality Mattings tic. Jointless Mattings 1 8c. Extra Cotton Chain Mattings Very Best Cotton Chain 35c. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAY 19, HOSE. Slitch Lisle Hose. 35c for Ladles' Black Dropped lor Ladles' Fait Black Seamless Hose. 10c for Child's good gnallty ribbed Hose. 15c lor the Famous Black Cat Hose. 5c for Men's heavy half Hose. 10c for Men's Seamless Black Hose. Floor Oil Cloth iSc, jcc& 35c Spring Cleaning now on hand us lur tneae goods. LACE CURTAINS. 50c lor one lot Lace Curtains, yards long. 75c lor one lot Lace Curtains, SX yds, long.beautllul patterns. S1.00 for handsome patterns Lace Curtains, Hi yards long. Curtain Swlsa.ln White or Fancy, ioc. 40-lWhite Scrim 4c Big line Shades 10c to 35c. Rev. P.S. Majors has been called to meets alt trains at the care of the colored Baptist church Field's 'bus of Hartford. Rev Majors cornea well Beaver Dam. recommended to his new field of labor. Everything new in Straw Hats at It is to be hoped that he may do Carson & Co's. much good in educating and elevaS Mr. L. Rogers, Select, called to see Ing his race. ns yesterday. Mr. D. Stewart, who has just Frank L. Smith was gi ven a sentence of ten years in the penitentiary by 'k jury in the Breckenridge Circuit Court last Saturday for the murder of iQuia rranaun ai ampnur springs in November 1S97. Smith was given a term of eleven years in the Ohio Cir cuit Court last May, but was granted A new trial and a change of venue to Breckenridge county. Smith was represented by Attorneys H.P.Taylor, E.T. Miller, Dave Murray, W.T.Ellis Commonand Chaptze Wathan. wealth's Attorney Chell and County Attorney Reuben Miller conducted the prosecution. The funeral of John H. Baize will be preached at Baizetown church, Tuesday, May 30, at 10 o'clock. At the same time and place, the Masonic funeral service will be performed over his grave which was omitted at the time of his death a lew weeks ago, on account of the inability of many Masons to attend. This duty will be performed by Cromwell Lodge No. 692 F. & A. M,, but other Masons and the public are invito!. The members of the G. A. R. are also expected to take part Jons W. Martin, W. M. J. W. O'Baknom, Sec'y. A few days ago a young country girl carrying an Infant in her arms and closely followed by her mother came into the court house. It was the old;old story of a heartless scoundrel betraying the girl who had trust ed him. The young lady's face was fair, innocent and sad and quivered with modest grace in the presence of the court. The bright eyed babe, unconscious of its shame, toyed with a gold band on Its mother's finger which, who knows, may have sealed some sacred pledee. The aged moth er dressed in mourning for some recent dead, and with eyes bedimmed with bitter tears, followed close behind. The unhappy people went before the grand jury with the story of their outrage, but do what it may, the good name, the happiness; aye, the life of a pure, good woman Is sacrificed to the lust of some faithless wretch whose crime will soon be forgotten by society, which will insist upon perpetuating the shame of the unfortunate victim of his lust People are coming from every section of! the county to enjoy a treat on "The BaiUs of Liffl" i2ic ai Biff Willi." You can not afford J. latfc j 40-In- . Highest price paid for your wool, feathers, eggs, ginseng, etc. iiiSraPLroFFrsiii Fair & Co., Prop'rs. President McKinloy WISELY SAID: Dr. U. B. Inacs, ol Render, was In completed a course in the Bryant and Hartford Tuesday. Stratton Business College, of Louishome last SatMr. A. F. Downs, of South Carroll- - ville, returned to his urday. T. D. is an excellent young ton, was in town Monday. man and we wish him success in Linen Suits for men $3.00, Linen whatever be may undertake. Pants 50c at Carson & Co's. Miss Dora Gibson, who has been Farming implements of all kinds, teaching at Hutto, Texas, for the past for sale by Henry Field & Son. year, returned home Tuesday. We Mr. W. T. Casebler.of Nelson Sta- are glad to welcome Miss Dora's re turn again and hope that Ohio coun tion, is attending Court this week. ty may be so fortunate as to secure Don't forget to bring in your Wool, her future service in the educational Feathers and Hams. Carson&Co. field. Goto Weaterneld & Miller's for The Hon. W. E. Cox, of Jasper, frcst meats, lard, bacon and chickens Ind., Commonwealth's Attorney in We sell Bedsteads at $1.50 and Oak the 57th Judicial District of Indiana, Dressers $7.00. Carson & Co. has been employed to assist in the County Attorney M. L. Heavrln prosecution of Cicero King, the murspent Saturday and Sunday in Louis der of Sam L. Casebier. Mr. Cox is an excellent lawyer, a man of fine ville. appearance and strong personality. Mrs. J. A. Bennett is tbe guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Barnett this week. Mr. W. G. Young, of Beaver Dam, called to see us Tuesday while in town. to miss this opportunity of hearing the All of Our Prices are at Low Water Mark. We mark them low to sell them quick. Another may never present itself. No question about you being pleased with our goods and prices. Don't be the last person in the world to find gut where best goods are sold the cheapest. Don't fail to bring us your Wool, Feathers and Ginseng highest market YOURS M28PECTFULLY, price paid for thera. Don't fail to come. My Ip, May 233, CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would wla success in life. This being conceded, it is of first importance to get your training at the school that stands in the very front rank. J. E. Fogle & Co. A Easiness 5aeaf ion She Bryant & Stratton Easiness Qollege, ) Coming, Coming, Coming. Sam Jones is coming. "We Cannot Escape the Responsibilities of Victory. Wo have met the enemy inferior goods and high prices in the open field and have Uken them captives. We are now prepared to meet the responsibilities of victory with The Best Materials to be Found In the market and prices to suit tbe purchaser. We can give you anything In the way of Rough or pressed Lumber, Doors, Windows, Bash, Finishing Material of Everf Description, etc. We will sell you house pattern and then a firtclaae wagon to haul it home. Beit Buggies and Surreys on tbe market The Delight of Youth and Comfort of Age. ' Prices tbe last thing to be considered. Our highest ambition Is to furnish you everything you need. We will sell you. anything mentioned above, and if that U not enough, we have 1,000 bushels of corn for sale. Come to see us. NARROWS. KRNTUOKY. The Board of Pension Examiners, Dr. S. D. Taylor and Mr. Chas. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, were in town composed of Drs. S.J. Wedding, J. S. Smith and S. D. Taylor, met in HartTuesday. ford Wednesday. The following namMr. D. F. Glbbs, the hustling ed gentlemen were examined: Daniel Rockport merchant, was in town Hicks, F. . Porter, Hartford ; J. N. Wednesday. Phelps.Brooklynj Wm. DeWltt.Fords-vlll; Charles Clark, Big Cllity, and Mr. Nicholas Barrass, oi Taylor Mines, was a pleasant caller at this Jno. II. Beunett, Llvermore, office Monday. Mr, Geo. Klein will move his fam Mrs. M. L. Heavrln and Master ily to Bicknell, Ind., about the 34th Roy are visiting relatives and friends Inst. Mr, Klein has bought a house in Louisville this week. and lot in the city of his adoption. acres of laud, and one-haTbe colored Sunday school conven- He has one trees and convened yesteiday in Hartford. an orchard of excellent fruit tion a commodious residence. We regret It will be in session three days. the leaving oi Mr. Klein, but realize We have just received another fine that our loss is Bicknelt's gain. lot ol Crepons in black for skirts and Rev. Jo. B. Rogers, Mowequa, 111., CArson & Co. dresses. returned yesterday to his old Kentucky home. He has been attending the Southern Baptist convention at Louisville, from which point he went to the Mammoth Cave. Bro. Rogers will spend a few days with relatives and Mr. D. M. Duncan, McIIenry, made friends near Beaver Dam and in Hartus a pleasant call yesterday and placed ford before returning to his ministean order for some of our fine job rial labors. e lf A Row In Court. When the case of the Commonwealth vs. Cicero King was called In court here Tuesday morning counsel for defendant entered a motion lor a change of venue and while Capt W. T. Ellis was arguing the motion JakeRowe, who was intoxicated, persisted in Interrupting him, and Jndge Owen told Mr. Rowe to sit down as he was drunk. Jake retorted that Capt Ellis was drunk, whereupon Ellis landed a vi cious blow In the neighborhood of Jake's eye. Friends Interfered and prevented further trouble. The court inflicted no punishment upon the offender of its dignity. Kemembor, Jones will be here Tuesday evening next. printing. TEACHERS, ATfENTJOH ! Best Goods I LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN! Calico, 3ic and up. Ginghams, 5c and 6c. Best Lawns,3ic Eine Dress Goods 8c to 15c Ladies' J?ine Shoes $1 and up. Men's Good Shoes 81 and up. Bring your produce and give me a trial. W. C. Bennett, Beda, Ky. Memorial Sorvlcos Will be held on Tuesday.May 30th, at No Creek church. The pub-li- e is invited to attend. Services will be conducted by Chaplain, Rev. Jo A. Bennett, ol our post. All graveyards should be cleaned out aa we have 125 graves to decorate in different local Both tbe Blue and Gray will be strewn .wltU flowers. You all can bring a baaket with youy lunch and spend a day with your old friends. A program will be out in time for the occasion. Preston Morton Tost No. 4,0. A.R. Wu, A, Caxson, Commander, J. C. ClMUDBRLAIW, Adjt. 1899, We have just received a communication from Mr. J. A. Dean, referee in bankruptcy, stating that he will not be able to meet the creditors in the cases In bankruptcy ofJohn L. and, Buck Collins and Ves Greer engag- Luther Rock at the time first fixed, ed in a fisticuff on the street here but has set May 17, 1899, at 2 o'clock Wednesday night. No serious dam- p. m. as the time and the law office oi Shelby Taylor in Hartford, Ky., the age resulted, place of meeting. The parties conHon. W. Fred Long, candidate for cerned will take notice accordingly. the nomination lor State Senator, was at the court hall wilt be a pleasant caller at Tun RnrunucAN given a banquet in honor of our soloffice Monday. diers' return. Every preparation nee com- essary to make the reception a most enjoyable event and a grand success has been made. The people of Hartford and community should turn out no one remedy can contain the THAT necessary to cure all dlseaa-e-a, L. B. Loney has returned from the to do honor to our and Is a fact well known to everyone. Southern Baptist Convention which Dr. Milts' Svttm or Restorative Remedies met in Louisville last week. He says defenders of the flag, All soldiers of consists of seven distinctively different the Spanish American war are invited preparations, each for Its own purpose. it was the grandest religious body he and earnestly requested to be present. Mrs. L. a Bramley, 97 Hoary Bt, Bt, Cathever saw. erines, Ontario, writesi "I'or years I suffered from extreme nervousness and annoyiField & Son have secured an extra ng- constl pa tlon.dsreloplnglnto palpitation and wsakneasot the heart. I was unable to stable and now have ample room to lwp, suffered much from headache, pain In accommodate all their customers. my left side, palpitation and a constant reeling of weakness and prostration. I began Tbe politest attention and the best oi using- Dr. Miles' Nervine, Heart Cum and feed lor your horses. n Nerve and Liver Fills and the Will sell you a set oi Chairs at Tills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pila and headache. I soon felt much Improved $2 50, cane aeat Chairs 3.00 per set, and tbe pains and aches and weariness left Carson & Co. me. I then took Pr. Milts' Bestontlva reTonic and am now restored to my former We have just received a carload of good health." and Plows, Harrows, Cultivators r,Jcan Pr, Miles' Remedies make to Drills of the an sold by all drugH are prepared best save you be bad and MHm money on gists under a positive sa to alTor.d guarantee, first bottle Call and see all kinds of machinery. or money re- SE rvtenecs) benesta us before buying. Agents for jH funded. Hook on disthe King of harvesting eases of the heart and machinery, nerves tree. Address, Henky Fiuu) & Son. SR.MILE8UEOI0AL0U., From Extreme Ninrousntss. Dr. J. R. Piitle, wife and sister, Miss Mattle. are attending tbe State Dental Association at Mammoth Cave this week. A special term of five weeks will be opened at Hartford College, Monday, June 5th, 1890. A thorough review in all the Common School Branches Beading circle will be conducted, work and current events, specialties. Come, join us and prepare for examU nation. Tuition, 81.00 per week; tinued. hoard 12.00 per week. Write for circulars and free information. ' LOCMVllXE. UEMTDCKT. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist la SHORTHAND, hit line. Graduates of this college preferred by busU J ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tesCircuit Court convened here Mon. TELEGRAPHY, timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the day,with Judge W. T. Owen and Com 28 United States it will be mailed to you FREE. Attorney J. Edwin monwealth's Rowc in attendance: The following named gentlemen are grand jurors for this term: Wm Hoover, H. C. Shaver, W. D. Park, Jno. C. Herrel, A. O. Coy.T. C. Pip tie, Robert Crabtree, David Duke, Beverly Maiden, John Chlnn, W. I Rowe, foreman, and James Ambrose, sheriff. The following named gentlemen are petit jurors for this term: B. F. SulWe have come to tbe Farmer's Rescue with Prices rent in twain with len ger. J as. Gentry, L. W. Tfchenor, the determination that he shall not endure hard labor If he will only buy Jas. May, J. T. Hines, Amos Miller, our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Caltlvators. Henry Taylor, Wm. McKernan, W. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and lose of timtu Farmers, before buying elsewhere, come and examine our large Steele T. Stevens, Thomas Williams, Jeff of Implements of every description. Flows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, French, L N. Lanham, Alex Carson, Wagons, &c, &c. T. W. Daniel, J. W. Igleheart, J. Jfr Bishop, W. B. Patterson, F. W. Plr- tle, Luther Brown. Visiting Attorneys, Cspt W. T. Ellis, Mr. R. A. Mfller and Judge C. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. 34 W. Massle, Oweusboro; Mr, McLean Taylor, Morgantownj Messrs. B. L. Kelley and S. P. Roby, Pordsvllle: W. E. Cox, of Jasper, Indiana, and B P. Woo ten, Beaver Dam. The case of the Com'th. vs. Sbote Render' for the murder of Dee Walker was filed away with leave to reinstate. Com'th vs. Robert Arbuekle continued. Com'th vs. Robert Dellaven continued. The time thus far has been taken up in the Cicero King murder case, on motion for change of venue and being overruled in that, the time up to 3 p. TVe m. last evening was consumed in an attempt to continue at which time the request was granted and the case conBOOK-KEEPIN- G, CAPTURED! , I "W& Have Met the Enemy and They Are Ours" High Prices, Hard, Labor and trouble. Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. Williams & Williams, AS SPRING IS NOW HERE IT LUST You will find us prepared with a full linq of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Millinery Goods, tShoes, Slippers, &c.t which will be sold at prices that defy competition. Will give you prices next week. want your Poultry, Geese, TurkeyB, Wool and all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market price. Yours to please, ' T. J. Mobton, Pre. 45 O, M. Siiultz, Vice Pres. In Memory. GRANDMA HAD S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. l The Smith Premier Typ&toriter ' To-nig- Everybody is ing to hear Sam Jones soldier-citizen- s If vou fail to hear Sam Jones this time, and should never Antl-ral- nave another opportunity to hoar him, you will always gret it. You not to take the is Blkautilnd. risk. Everybody coming. Hall of Rockport Lodge, No. 316, I, O. 0, F , April 29, 1899 Whereas, It has pleased almighty God the great ruler of tbe universe to remove by death, Friday, April 22, 1899, our beloved brother Claude D. Robertson, who was made a scarlet degree member pf Rockport Lodge, No. 316, 1 O. O F., Feb 15. 1897. Resolved, That in the death ol brother Robertson, our lodge has lost one of its most useful and devoted members and the cause oi OdJ Fellowship a devoted and true Odd Fellow the church an upright and faithful christian, the town and com mnnlty at large, a peaceable law abiding, useful and patriotic citizen, Resolved, That the lodge extends to the bereaved father, mother, broth er arid sister the sympathy of a band of brothers and point them to tbe Sus preme above for the consolation which He alone can give Resolved, That a copy of these be spread upon the records of our lodge and a copy furnished onr county paper for publication, and a copy presented to the relatives of our deceased uroiner. ' : ) Jos F. Smith, Cota. B. F. Randolph. J Jno. H. CONSUMPTION have it. I do not feel well; I have a cough: my lungs are sore; am losing flesh. Whdt shall I do? ted and I am afraid I Your doctor sayo take care of yourself asd take plain cod -- liver oil, but you can't take it- - Only the strong, healthy person can take It, and they can't take It 421 long. It is so rich it upsets the stomach. But you om take M .t$ (to... Economical Writing Machine. KHi nuKMwauir. VtplrUnitnrlxxiki ttitmlnlmm. ti Is iBtslYAl4 Writer. AskforM CsUbtm. CdnjtrvdcJ on scientific prMpUl nS of stmplt puts, tils w most dvtbU v Smith Premier Typewriter Cunptny, 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. It is very palatable' tad easily digested. If you will take p lrty of fresh air, and exercise, uA SCOTT'S SMULSIOK steadily, there to very little (teste EMULSION SCOTT'S WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONAKY yeur leceyery, There are kut the they tift stoeagtk aal teae swrveas systeat while the eU feeds aad aearieaes. SCO kyroflterUM ia it) ce4-llv- Justlc ol U.S. SopKmi Const, sars I " I oonimna It to all as tb 00a snisi standard authoritr." It excels lath tut wit which tM e j anas ux word sought 1 la accuracy o( dettnltloo 1 lp effect, tro method, of lndicatiiur pronunciation 1 la tens and oomnhanslro stt,?ratiU of (acts and in practical us as a working- - dlstlooarr. mt on application. SpcrlM fxv, .fcCHsSTttmCc-.KhlUa.ra.Sprlagi.VI.MaiU.S.- er Clav IT KbowR?&i2Ji35 Ymx. MftSB)MtalsVAiVK,a- - vWaaafi.aaVA. .itU. ..faartK. '' 11 ""ilaYims'' a!laflafJQUIa4A Site. aCntaalaMBeiu U&r: bU - US3S. - Jw&fcdSjBxaaecasa'TfffgTr.i ...ssa.1.,... . w3ii;Ai,,iy,im, of the Republican ExCommittee of the 7th Sena- rtnJWag'V ..,,.,.. - - -- .in rtieyfoiWi mm Hartford ftepublicam FRIDAY, MAY 19. SOnntOf lal Corivontlon. At a meeting ecutive torial district, held at Beaver Dam, Ky.,May fith,1809,tt was ordered that the Republican Convention for the 7th Senatorial District bo held at Beaver Dam, Ky.,June 10th,1899,at 1 p. m., for tho purpose of nominating a can didate for State Senator. Tho basis of representation for said convention shall be ouo vote for each 100 votes or fraction over 50 cost tor Jamca G. Bailey at tho November election, 1897. The mode of selecting delegates to said convention shall bo by Precinct Conventions to County Cenventlons, which County Conventions shall select delegates to the District Convention, Said County Conventions shall be held not Uter than June 8th, 1899. All known Republicans and others who will pledge support to the nominee shall bo entitled to vote in the Product Conventions. The counties composing the 7th Senatorial district will be entitled to the following vote: Ohio, 24; Muhlenberg, 18; Butler, 17. John P. Morton, Ch'm'n. John II. Thomas, Sec'y. por-tlers Cuto Sayings of Children. Things Worth Knowing. nmwwww TIio Kind You Ilaro Always Bought, and which lins been uso for over 30 years, has homo tho signature. ,of f In and has been mado under his por- Bonn! supervision since Its iiifuncy. Allow no ono to dccclro you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes aro but Experiments that trlflo with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment. r?yy, What is CASTORIA Costorlft is n substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverlshncss. It cures DIarrhnea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural slocp. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA Soars tho Signature of ALWAYS (MfMUk The Kind You Tight clothes and indigestion cause red noses. Tooth brushes should be washed in strong salt and water. Ink split on the carpet is removable by milk. Take a light meal only before setting out on a bicycle trip. After eating onions munch a sprig of parsley dipped in vinegar. Powdered rice applied on lint will stop a bleeding wound. Thin, nervous women require ten hours' sleep every night. Ammonia and water cleans mud off an umbrella. It ruins a piano to keep It standing in a draught. Bruised cloves kept among fnrs frighten moths away. Whiting and lime juice cleans ivory knife handles. Apply arnica to a bruise li the skin Is unbroken. It broken, wash the bruise and apply vaseline. If you want your curtains and When you want to cut whalebone to look neat and clean, save warm it by the fire. them tor Lyman Williams, agent for Soot covered with salt is easily the Hopklnsvilte Steam Laundry and Dye Works. Reasonable prices. brushed up. Wash cane.seated chairs on the un As Juror For a Friend. derceath side only. Me Always 30 Bought lanUi OAflCTOXtXA. gatrl Iti tm f Kijd Yw AJwars In Use For Over Years. Discovered by a Woman. - 1 aj m xsmfcs ST WOOES ISB9 Model fc&al Model $40 flBVZ l9 I.E. 9.(1 to! pde). For these "POPULAR WHEELS" at "POPULAR PRICES." We want good agents in every town in Kentucky to represent us. If we have no agent in your locality write us for TERM. STATR AGENTS $35. jf $35. in every particular, strictly Our own manufacture, high grade. No handsomer machine built. We want good agents represent us in every city in the United States. to SUNDRY DEPARTMENT OUR always carry a lull and complete line of sundries. We Buying direct from the manufacturers, we are enabled to quote the very lowest prices. Another great discovery has been made, and that, too, by a lady in this country. "Disease Its fastened clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessant" ly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottleofDr,, King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she slept all night; and with two bottles, has been absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., or Shelby, N. C. Trial hot-ti- come.' free at J. H. Williams' Drug "The man's honesty of purpose Store. Regular size 50c and $1.00. was so apparent and it was so evident Every bottle guaranteed. that he did not know he had done any thing wrong that the court did T Ctre Ceuttpatloa Voreter. Tike CuMrtb) Cindr CHhirtlc lOo or Be. not punish him. He gave him a It a & Ull 10 cure, arur flew rttud noser. good lecture and let him go." a fjygl Manufacturer and Jobber, Moaning of Docoratlon Day. 01 our yearly feasts, Decoration day Is perhaps to most distinctly national. The adoring ol the soldiers' graves is but the outward manifesta tion oi a feeling which is all the stronger in that our national history is so brief a one. The men who fell at Chlckamauga or Bull Run need not shate their honors with the mythical heroes of a thousand years ago. They, themselves, have written, the ages of our own race, in their life blood, and they will be passed on to generations yet unborn. Monuments have been raised in their honor, but the story of their deeds, as told lrom son to sire, will outlast the crumbling stones. Little did these heroes dream of all this, as they marched to do and to die. They had no vision of honors to be heaped upon them by a grateful people. With the sinipltelty inherited lrom their pioneer lathers,they,marched out to meet the loe, all unconscious of the heroism which is the dearest heritage of their descendants. well-nigh Second Hand Wbools Write for bargain sheet. Always Interesting to read. $5to$15 $ICJ5 I SJaff Bicycle LOUISVILLE, KY. I rpsr Iroquois Bicycles IROQUOIS atl ml 3tQ cfctM, finish, (Ullar tU m tk tMupuu, ml itb it w 490 of the fJBat IrOqUOlS Model 3 wtIlbtdSMIli1lwch.jMtMiUlr4UlrrM got l CYCLE WORKS FAILED bMvt tbtt !. iw Mod. 1 lfaqou B. Made to sail fit S60. ftniMoartiu(inMihareattudll4UUit tw t j ait what utand o and mat the ROOUOISBICYCLE$IO.n-"H'TU.t,Tb.wh.t- UCdUnirlUfl doUUod daMripUoB. 8h!brll& imhUh labia. Iwprovo4 twatptce erank, daUchkbl tproetata, arch crown, brT!hbaud hktilor.ltt In. dron. Bnaal ruckalajidanaaialtcblori. Uatk, maroon and eoaeh irean Guti' frsmti, 21, 21 and 2ft in , L4iV 221a i bnl"lttcord," nirin tivrntct UirosihoHl Oar Written UvaiaaOo with otott Mcrelo. ud tiroaudlikfh-croladui orinU,eolraat I Aft Clin UI1C UULLAll (ywrtirrMfintTiraUoforehrMOCwar)iuMwhtth OEC1U AVE hni tbetffM), hiihtlraj walmajiJw.willhipC.O D. forth baJanull-M- , tod ! at at wOBtUrftl Blrrtl Ofr t?r tubjoctU laminatioB and aprroal. IMoudem t find n tbt mb4 It back out ti MM OKDEU TO.UAY iryosaon i warn to to aiiaaayinMa. wNnuaiHMiniiftr in iuii wiib oraor ft! Smil.k0dap toooal.haod Wat.JallUtlO. WawaatHXiaiiJU. JVOrOrW'X'e I la oitry Uq to rprtr.t ua, Hondrodt oaroad tbtir Ucrelo lost ytar Tbia yoarw ofltr wktolo and caia for work doao . 3Ta-- a for ) TJaict of aaatrlo whool to Knt ao tho la tho world and aro porf tly rIUbU wo rttor to any bank or batman homo In Kif laalra Uteyota nrCPDIDTnil for txtatjruiJ food quality. TeWlroqaouModdSw loo wail knows Bsrvlu li Td mtTtr of M4l UiM WE ll.tfr niaVOI CG AiiMlii,i' riAfEi EIW ViobO oar cuattaarra tforywhara to any CkiMf rt"t oiproal company and tolla o, TU Xtad CytU Co. r tewJwfW rvbooVo J. I. MEAD n m4 Jrof Jftfjftt at OYOIE CO., Ohloano. TI aro bargo. Jif tnmJtrful A4iiur, V.A ill. tH y Did you ever see two old comrades No. 46. 8:55p m meet on Decoration day? What a pleas ure it Is to watch them; to see the 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon " Evansville 2!20p m 12:55am 2:45a m warm handsclasp given and returned; " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10a m to note how readily they tall into the 1:25am " Owensboro 3:44pm 4:00a m old martial step. Listen, and you 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7!45P m 7:30a m will hear them use the old nicknames, unheard for years, repeat the stories z.onTG'v: told by the camp fire and renew the No. 41 No. 43 No. 45 . 7:45a m Leave Louisville . old strategic controversies, with all 8:35pm 4i5op m 1 1 :oSp m " Hawesville. 8:o4p m 10:43a m the old warmth. Watch them as the " Owensboro. I2!58p m 11:40a m 9:o5p ra band strikes up the familiar air, or " Henderson. m 12:45pm m loaop 12:55a some old regimental hero drives by. Arrive Evansvllle . 1:15pm io;4op m 1:25am From them the weight ol years has BVAKTSVILIiB WO I17!aV!XAE, dropped as a mantle; No. 42 they No. 44 No. 46 Leave Evansville 6:50a m 2:2op m are boys again "Marching Through 2:45a ra " Henderson 2:46p m 7:15a m 3:10a m Georglal" " Owensboro 8:15a m 3M4P m 4:00a m far riftjr Ceate, Hawesville.. ..9:13am 4:40pm 4:50am Cluirteed tobacco bblt eure.maVn week Arrive Louisville I2'35p m 7:45? m 7:30a ra tutu itroar, blood pure. Me, II. All drairUU. All IrulM run through olid lo KvnnaTllle. Through Parlor Cnra mikI Pull. nan Nleepcn on all train to Etauavllle anil HI. I.onla. .Niimbrni II Nothing Now Undor the Sun. SS and 43 connect at IrviiiKlou lor 1'ordnt Hied: Ilarillunbiirarilalljr. No. 41. Leave Louisville 7:45a m " Owensboro 11:40a m " Henderson 12:45pm " Evansvllle 1:15am " Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:32? m No. 45. S:3SP ra Leave St Louis No. 44. 7:56a m LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Unlou Dpol, NdTfiilh A Illve r. Ticket UlUce, 333 Fonrlla Ave. iaa-rczTrs.433 lot, lOOS. Louisville to St. Louis & West. St. Louis to Louisville & East. ar btttst, lOc.ssc. II C. 0. C. (HI, drugfiiu rtruifl moncj. Kdneete Tour llowele With Cetearrte. Cndj Cathartic, cure constlpttloa (onsTe. x When Two Votorans Meot. wish you would make nurse stop using the whiskbroom on me. I'm afraid she'll brush me all away." Boston Herald. Mother (telling Willie the table of the Lion and the Mouse) So.lyou see, that strong people must never do harm to weak ones. How noble it was for the big Hon to let the little mouse run oQ! Willie(on reflection) I don't believe lions like to eat mice anyway. Fllegende Blatter. Hostess (to guest) Does your father say grace before dinner, We Aro a Grateful Nation. Margie? Margie I don't know, what's There are some who declare that grace? Hostess Why, saying grace fickleness is an attribute of the Amers Is returning thanks for what we have lean character. Would they dare say to eat. Margie My pa doesn't have as much could they see the long proto. He always pays cash for everycession which goes forth from city thing we get. Chicago News. and hamlet alike on Decoration day Frances, 3 years, received her first to lay tribute of flowers and honor ocean bath at the seaside last summer upon the graves of the nation's dead? and, having only the family bathtub Would they repeat the sneer If they as her gauge of measurement, she said could hear the reading of the poems our noblest poets have written of to her papa when he bad brought her their glorious deeds; if they could lis- into the surf up to the neck: "O father, take me out quick! It's ten to the songs composed in their too full !" Boston Globe. honor and sung by the piping voice of age and the shrill tones of childHe Fooled Tho Surgoon. hood; if they could hear the most famous oratois rehearse the victories All doctors told Remnick Hamilton, of heroes who died, perhaps, are of West Jefferson, O., alter suffering they were born? No, surely If our 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he critics were with us on the Decoration day, they would cease forever to call would die unles a 'costly operation fickle the people which so gratefully was performed; but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica remembers victorious dead. Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth, and the best Salve in the World, 25 Little Edith at Church. cents a box. Sold by J. H. Williams, Little Edith had been to church for Druggist. the first time and on her return home her grandmother asked her how she Pretty Teacher (intent on lesson) liked it. "Oh, I liked It all right And vast swarms of flies descended on enough," she replied, "but the men the land and came into the houses of didn't act a bit fair." "What did the Egyptians and covered their cloth, they do?" asked the old lady. "Why." lag and their tables and all their food, was the little observer's reply, "one but (impressively) there were no flies man did all the hard work and anothon the children of Israel. Small Boy er man came around end got all the Please, ma'am, there ain't now, either, Harlem Life. money." "One of the most peculiar occur-- , reacts that I remember," said Harry Baer, acting clerk in Judge Spencer's court, "was when a man served as a juror tor another. When the sheriff was calling the jurors, and reached the name of John Smith, we will say, a man from the back oi the courtroom answered promptly,"Here." It is so happened that he was not put on the jury for two or three days. Finally he was chosen, and served. When the ver- diet was returned it was found that the name of John Smith was not signed, but that instead a name was not on the sheriffs list. "The judge asked the foreman of the jury for an explanation. 'John Smith' jumped up before the foreman could reply and said 'That's my name, judge. I'm serving in place of John Smith. He's busy and couldn't "Ma, I'm at the head of my class." "How's that, Dick?" "Teacher says I'm the worst of all the bad boys In school." Philadelphia Inquirer. Mr. Baldpate (to bashful boy) pi J liver, anil euro ItousoA U16 tor What's the matter, little man ? Has biliousness, !ck i hcmlachc, Jaundice, tongue? Tom Naw. niiusen, Inillpjs the cat got your Hon, ttc Tliey are to prevent a cold or breok tip a Has she got your hair? New York Mild, Rcntle, rtnln, tliey ore worthy fever. Journal, jour confident p. l'urely ccetnble, they Little Katharine (aged 6 years) I can bo tnken by ctdldren or delicate women, l'rlcc, 'iSc.at all medicine dealers or by moll don't know yet what I'll be when I of C. I. Hood i. Vo., 1,0 well, Most. grow up a ballet dancer or cook, but I suppose I'll be just a plain mother. Isn't It pitiful? Puck. Sunday School Teacher What was the song of the three children while they were In the fiery furnace? Tommy Smart I 'spose, mum, it was "A Hot Time In the Old Town To night." Exchange. Auntie Do you like school, Tommy? Tommy I like Sunday school best. "That's a good little boy. So you really like Sunday school best?" "Yes'm; It only comes once a wtek." Philadelphia Record. Teacher When little George Wash ington told the truth about cutting down the cherry tree his father forgave him. Now, Johnny, what lesson docs this teach us? Johnny That we can often avoid trouble by burying the hatchet. Chicago News. Big Sister (shouting to Bobby) You're wanted to do an erJ3ahbee! rand! Bobby (shouting back) Tell mother I can't do it now ; I'm busy. Big Sister It's not mother who wants IS JUSTA8C00D FOR ADULTS. 'you; It's father. Bobby (hastily) All WARRANTED. PRICE 60 eta. ts. right. Tell him I'm coming. ail.ATia,lujL,Noi.H,15W. rTDlLLSA 1 mFs Professional Cards. ATTORNEY- - AT - LA V, rolllHVll.l.E, HllNTlll'UV. Will practico his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals, fctyccinl attention given to collections. Ofllco noxt door to Post Otiico. Attorney at Law, llAitTf-onu- J. E. Davidson, , Ky., Will practtca his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to allbuainess entrusted to his caro. Ofllco with County Attorney. j KDWIN ROWS. P. h FKLIX Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice In the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Trotnpt attention given to all business entrusted to our care. Office in Herald building, GROVE Will practico hit profession In all the Courts of Kentucky. Special attention given lo collections, settle ment or decedent's estates, road cases slid criminal practice. Ofllco up Uir next door to Griflin'sdrug store. JCeiW, Attorney siKY. HARTFORD, 3E3. DE- - KrDES-L- j, SHELBY TAYL0R7 " Attorney at aw, courts ol Ohio HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his piofesslon in all the attention given to col And adjoining counties SPECIAL making abstracts, ttc. and Court of Appeals. Special atten. also Notary Publio ior Ohio County. tion given to all assignments in bank Office North side ol public square. ruptcy. Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY. R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN , JNO. B. WILSON, CHILL J. TDNIC eeo TASTELESS HARTFORD, Will practice his prolesalon In alt the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special atten-lio- n given to collections. attorney atKY.Law Attorney at I, aw Haiitfohd, Kt. S. R. Wedding, (NOVAKV PUBLIC) M. L. HEAVRIN, Will practico his profetiion in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, - KENTUCKY. Attorney at Law, IlAItTFOKD, KT. R. R. WEDDING Tit-Bi- TASTBLKNI CI IX TOXIC anj hate "What are you laughing at?" ex- OROVB thraa iruaa alr4r thla rtar. In all war oucbt I claimed the school master. "Please, penance anll raara. in ui arna-! pviinaaa. nare arlirli inlT. aold niTvreai.au airr sir," said the boy, "I'm laughing at taction u year Tualc. Toaratnilr. .ABXtr.CliuiaCO. how funny it would be it one ol the For sale by J. II. Williams. boys put a bent pin on your chair and will, you discovered it before in, time, sir, Jtroit ii"uff to vbothor n roo.i.no U trvoi iftru 4101. .HH rtmofoo Uto droit for lobtwTO. . . u m and then whipped him." Exchange. ta mia. oki aorTououiairooo bl lino. Durlfloi tfa . lib aVTM.. Ull tr01 TOO tOKatXHH). vtTd B I wLtta l0)IM young- Plkktl "Papa," asked a BtrORf m m 1 :m 1 mm. 400. 00 wm coooa rami II hv QB..Ja&,eH rror m ster, "are all little boysmade of dust?" AOL. evv f Horn WUO' aaf tirarrial. who wlM vaneh ob ao. Tako II with f or "Yes.my son," was the reply. "Well, .w aflB Bfip HI.DotUatlr.DonlitOBllr On pi ea, vat . wtajeuij cauweji then," continued the little fellow, "I Sw! utlooa to taro. ar mm rofaoel mo. fc-- Hi. Parti Madklaa Co., aoMtcuia. Ho. laat rear, Mantlament We boiUaa at Will practice his profession In the Will practice his profession In all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining the courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- counties. Alio Notary Publio. ties and the Court of Appeals. 1'rouipt Office, in Commercial Hotel. attention given to all business entrust, to his care. Office in IlKPUnucAN building,. HARTFORD,. rrff -' M- NOTO-nAIIfror-a eewneraa, 'ZJC aUaroetyCOae CUoof. fcroJt low Sort. Special attention given to all business entruated to his care. Office in Court Will practice his profession in all the House. courts of Ohio and adjoining coun tie Careiul attention will be given to a Perry Westerfleld, buiinesa entrusted to his care. Collections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Bkavkb Dah, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at JC&vtf IlAitTKOrtD, Ky. Attorney at Law flew Yon? World Thrice-a-Wee- k Edition. HENRY FIELD & SO N ABE RUNNING A Practically a Doily at tho Prico of a wookly. The striking and Impoitant events the last year have established the overwhelming value ol The Thrice World to every reader. 1'or an almost nominal sum it has kept Its subscribers informed of the progress of all our wars and, moreover, has re ported them as promptly and lully as If it were a daily. With our Interests still extending throughout the wotld, with our troops operating In the Phil Ipptnes, and the great residential campaign, too, at hand, its value Is further increased k The motto of The World is improvement. It strives each year to be better than it was the j ear before, and public confidence in it Is shown by the fact that it now circulates more than twice as many papers every week as any other newspaper, not a daily, published in America We uder this unequaled newspaper and Hartford Rhi'L'iilican together one year for $1 65 ol Thrlce-a-Wee- TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all pas- senger trains at Beaver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE They also keep a first- - class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner 'Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will have especial attention. fIU? Jb 0K, f rop'rs. VkxvMjHhjpfltt'j f'ji mnmTvtrrijf . . ' II If jJm THE won't prlia. CORN iBSR' II! w- 1 " ; pw ' - m linear lonetr attir ll'e traataj with MalY. 19 cla boa. Drui-ta- te or mall4 Uaa receipt or GIANT CIIRMICAI, OO., UOO Cherry St.. Pklta. - 'iMBmn ,, . .7- - ll jn f -- nnuM aaBAueitu. u anilWillkty Ftktta cured at home without pain Book at par tlculara itut TREE OR 8. M WOOlllI CO. uffice. 1M North 1'rjur ni COKED .... .... .... .... y, kopf .tM, In " days at 1m. of All oTinptomi rmoT' t 'XVitt iinouUis Knit TEH DATs trutitmfnt dk. 11. u.OKe.cn'3 suns.uoz K, AlUtlU.Wa. tmdtf. DROPSY many thomand cured cm tea call! H ye with retieUbl fr, A housekeeper living In Pennsdale, Pennsylvania,' r had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very"'""" obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartom Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses I, I them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending ; Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them In . the house for future use. Am forty years old. ai la aaw for eartn an rittue laadtol for ta. (wltaaat rlaaa) oa.Aa.in.I aale el aa, u anala. Ifw atotaaroalartoottrutalj tn arUi .ort Kail a. fire eaava. talalaw ia lataM ran i aweinc cat. ta tt pnm MfM, Haw tork-- or ka4 alula aarlaelru li be a.af.r t.a MalaTiUlalS a AeTOLMBlftrftlMb fc4 ot ertwera. eaaaral aaftrakaapan, aava eeeale aai el Ifciao atoraa ear fc aaeae. at?), paeart la a tapar foru-alta- T ,'fO . j Slag In the new Slag la the true " We bring to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway " Ring oat tits old Slo out the ftlie ln e I aa4 There's nothing new under the DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey "Yes.WeHave Arrived. ? sun. We come in haste, not so much on account of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we had no cow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the act that j--LumraE THEO. E. RECHTIN M V Flooring, Celling, Weatberboardlng, I.uur Irritation Is the forerunnerof consumption. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it. and give such strength to the lungs cold will not He buys in large quantities, and In that way can get the very lowest price, that a cough or agood druggists,settle there. 25c at all tf We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with you. Wc want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, &4 ' "0 aw '- -, " Has on hand at the present time, the best assortment of lumbers that can be found anywhere While wc think of it, let us give you a few pointers on Artifical Ice was made as long ago as 1793, Double saucepans, with a space between for water, hailed as a modern Invention, have been dug up at Pompeii. A set of false teeth has been found In an Etruscan tomb that must be 2,400 years old. An ancient Etruscan engraving of about the same date represents an Argonaut punching the bag, Egyptians thoroughly understood hydraulic engineering 4, 000 years ago. DYSPEPSIA K&8B8&$8 on perfection of laundry work when your shirt Is laundered by us, lust as our lautidty standsalonefor excellence of work turned out. Your linen Isn't Injured here from chemicals or Im Only skilled assist proper handling. ants are employed, and you can't beat It for beauty of color and perfection of poltstt. Richmond ' ' See. To That your Laundry H0PK1NSVILIE STEAM LAUNDRY Iti, DYE I t Is sent to the AN? W0RKS, THEO. E. RECHTIN. etc., Bottlos Only. 28o., 6O0. and $1,00 Slxao BE SURE YOU GET lAMBBVCAR SOLD, and Dtvcr nad ear iwaicdj aaual ui Or. Wll'a nu.i.L ltooar. Itclvwiaulckand ttfrtoaaatitMiuf Dr. IiU's P.Ri-Tir-KtlogrlpMwatlaiooafhaandnolda, ltmAk. H I Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posttlve Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worrated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus Is cut out ( tha cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and. soothed so that thera Is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUQQI0T8 pepelefln Its worat lorn. I could eel nothing but milk toaat, end at timet my elotnacb would not retain and illnest evrn that Last March I began taking OASOAHUTH and elnce then I bare etaadlly Improied, until I am e well aa I ever wai la my Hie." David H. Murtrnr, Newark, O, CANOV "ea " Vor,elx jreere I was m victim orv I It Stands Alone (.AIIIAHIIb TA0(uuia 4ieTTeto MUliili Qood, Oood. I Plaaiaot, Falatabla, IMtent, Ta.ta lOo, jioiir Sloktn Weakaa, or Qrlpe. tie, too. which has the reputation o( turning'' out tlie best work in tue country. All of its machinery Is of the most modern am none but skilled work men, who thoroughly understand their business are employed. The plant Is one of the largest In the country, extending the lull length ol a rquare. All work guaranteed and repairing free Give us a trial i( you are not now a customer. Leave your work with Lyman Williams, Agont, iiAiiri-'uiin- , fk uera ITO,-S- n, If. A. ItaUaUe, For Salo by Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN & DRO. Steam Laundry Clevs Her, agent. Who (sour agent in your town, and ... CURE CONHTIPATION. ... will attend to the shipping and have Tart. Ill lUtU.f ,mt CMtnar. rUt, X..1..U, same reedy for you In due time. BoM enrteuarariteedbr allUruj. Un.VM Leave your laundry at the HUltl'BRH iliutoCVUKTobecooUablu post-ofCce- ? ky. For the next pattern. 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house Dealer In all.klndspf Building Material, Cor. 7th & Ingle, Hvansville.Ind. Agent fur in llenl Patent Platter, Heud lor THEO. DE3. OFlESOI-ITIlXr- , , If It falls,to euro go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. I Wo wilt refund to him. Prico 50 cts. VANVLEET - MANSFIELDDRIMI.GO.. IStlaProarlotart, MEMPHIS, TENN. t'llue,; , j. j ffijfr iSim rT,. f fv ? ww aigfifi.t'WBa.n.ft. iStaffisftCOBmCTrr ttjL.W .'iy Executive Committee oi tbe 7th Sena- .. .Hum nrnili'iyn(itiifcjW iA iif iwihi cU a MSCgW,-VJKXS Hartford flepubllfcanj FRIDAY, MAY 19. SOnntdflnl CoriVontlon. AtaWoting oi the Republican Cuto Sayings of Children. agsgaauw In w Tho Kind You Ilnro Always Bought, nitd vrlilch linn been uso for over 30 years, lifts boroo tho signature of f in . and lias been uindo unilcr his por- TyV-j;,- , sonnl supervision since its infancy. Allow no ono to tlccclro you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Substitutes nro but Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of Inlanti nnd Children Experience, against Experiment. If: si IB A h Things Worth Knowing. Tight clothes and indigestion cause VVXJJaoaCkVkXOCiAa.VSXV What is CASTORIA Costoria Is ft substltuto for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless nnd Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic substance. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Wormu nnd nllays Fevcrlshncss. It cures Dlarrhrca and "Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA Boars tho Signaturo of ALWAYS C&z&XAGUc&Al The Kind You Have Always Boujlit In Use For Over red noses. Tooth brushes should be washed in strong salt and water. Ink spilt on the carpet is removable by milk. Take a light meal only before setting out on a bicycle trip. After eating onions munch a sprig of parsley dipped in vinegar. Powdered rice applied on lint wilt stop a bleeding wound. Thin, nervous women require ten hours' sleep every night. Ammonia and water cleans mud off an umbrella. It ruins a piano to keep it standing in a draught. Bruised ctoves kept among furs frighten moths away. Whiting and lime juice cleans ivory knife handles. Apply arnica to a bruise if the skin is unbroken. II broken, wash the bruise and apply vaseline. If you want your curtains and por-tieWhen you want to cut whalebone to look neat and clean, save warm it by the fire. them for Lyman Williams, agent for Soot covered with salt is easily the Hopkinsvilte Steam Laundry and Dye Works, Reasonable prices. brushed up. d Wash chairs on the unx As Juror For a Friend. derneath side only. rs cane-seate- torial district, held at Beaver Dam, Ky.,May Cth,1899,lt was ordered that the Republican Convention for the 7th Senatorial District bo held at Beaver Dam, Ky.,June 10lh,1899,ntl p. m., for tho purpose oi nominating a candidate for Stato Senator. Tho basis of representation for said convention shall be one vote for each 100 votes or fraction over 60 cast tor James G. Bailay at tho November election, 1897. The mode of selecting delegates to said convention ehall bo by Precinct Conventions to County Conventions, which County Conventions shall select delegates to the District Convention. Said County Conventions shall beheld not later than June 8th, 1899. All known Republicans and others who will pledge support to the nominee shall be entitled to vote in the Precinct Convpntions. The counties composing the 7th Senatorial district will be entitled to the following vote: Ohio, '2i; Muhlenberg, 18; Butler, 17. Johk P. Morton, Ch'm'n, John II. Thomas, Sec'y. 30 Years. Bifutin of Bantu f IM IM IM W AlWiri MUX Discovered by a Woman. Another great discovery has been made, and that, too, by a lady in, this country. "Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but vital organs were undermined and death seemed Imminent, For three months she coughed Incessant ly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottleofDr,KIng's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she slept all night; and with two bottles, has been absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bot-tifree at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. Regular size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. Cere Ceutlpttloa Forever. Tske Cueereu CenilT Cathtrtlo. loo or 14. II 0, C. C I til to cure, drunUU rerasa moot j. T fi&af Model 1890 $40 Model 189 lllCYCI.E. SWOto: jpdt). For these "POPULAR WHEELS" at "POPULAR PRICES." We want good agents In every town In Kentucky to represent us. If we have no agent in your locality write us for TERM. STATR AGENTS 835. Buying direct from the manufacturers, to quote the very lowest prices. SoO. we are enabled in every particular, strictly Our own manufacture, high grade. No handsomer machine built. We want good agents to represent us in every city in the United States. SUNDRY DEPARTMENT OUR always carry a lull and complete line of sundries. We "One of the most peculiar occur, rences that I remember," said Harry Baer, acting clerk in Judge Spencer's court, "was when a man served as a juror tor another. When the sherlQ was calling the jurors, and reached the name of John Smith, we will say, a man from tbe answered back of the courtroom promptly, "Here." It is so happened that he was not put on the juty for two or three days. Finally he was chosen, and served. When the verdict was returned it was found that the name of John Smith was not signed, but that Instead a name was not on the sheriffs list, "The judge asked the foreman of the jnry for an explanation. 'John Smith' jumped up before the foreman could reply and said 'I hat's my name, judge. I'm serving in place of John Smith. He's busy and couldn't come.' "The man's honesty of purpose was so apparent and It was so evident that he did not know he had done any thing wrong that the court did not punish him. He gave him a good lecture and let him go." Moaning of Docoratlon Day. 01 our yearly feasts, Decoration day is perhaps to most distinctly na tional. The adoring oi the soldiers' graves is but the outward manifesta tion of a feeling which is all the stronger in that our national history is so brief a one. The men who fell at Cbickamauga or Bull Run need not shate their honors with the mythical heroes of a thousand years ago. They, themselves, have written, the ages of our own race.in their life blood, and they will be passed on to generations yet unboru. Monu ments have been raised in their hon or, but the story of their deeds, as told from son to sire, will outlast the crumbling stones. Little did these heroes dream of all this, as they marched to do and to die. They had no vision of honors to be heaped upon them by a grateful people. With the simplicity inherited from their pioneer lathers, they.marcbed out to meet the foe, all unconscious of the heroism which is the dearest heritage of their descendants. well-nigh fifygf Manufacturer and Jobber, We Aro a Grateful Nation. There are some who declare that fickleness is an attribute of the American character. Would they dare say as much could they see the long procession which goes forth from city and hamlet alike on Decoration day to lay tribute of flowers and honor upon the graves of the nation's dead? Would they repeat tbe sneer if they could hear the reading of tbe poems our noblest poets have written of their glorious deeds; if they could listen to the songs composed in their honor and sung by the piping voice of age and the shrill tones of childhood; if they could hear the most famous oratots rehearse tbe victories of heroes who died, perhaps, are they were bora? No, surely if our critics were with us on the Decoration day, tbey would cease forever to call fickle the people which so gratefully remembers victorious dead. Second Hand Wheels Write for bargain sheet. Always interesting to rend. $5 to $15 $IIj-7- 5 LOUMIVIl.LE.KY. JW 0fTT7TOlvt . wvtdk Iroquois Bicycles JpPiTfl N 400 of tht wtUbti4dklIMch,JutM-Ulr4Ulr- mmximA m for Ututy uid Koodqithty utttrtcUf 4 ntTCPDIBYflM Tbt Iroquow Hodcl 1 11 too wU knows M UCOwKlrlUns 4.U)S dtMHpUon. 8hlbT I ( Mttulu lm prowl twpltM crtok, tituclubla procitti, trcb crown, mw colon, hba o4 tiuiir,3kiB. drop, flnit aickit bml lm?fc-?-earJooU frarati 22. 3 tad W In . La4in' 22 la i twtl' Rocord." tvtraa lint ud fci(hfr4 tqtvpatc. throhol Our Wlttca Gaar.Ve.ttt) with twt WtcU. CCIIA niiC linl I AB (orwirtiprfuiiDtifiirutUforcbrMMiwaftiUtwhtthrUdiserctDU'(Dlofiit D.forlbbtUnult1.liMdiprMbfcrfri), dl.RU UHC UULLfin fet'Mftffiwtw.a.Wltodwml..hipC.O Mod ilbMk tb4cu itmiBHion tadktipfovkl. IfToudent Bud N lb mmI wodtrftl Blcrilt Owtr Isr HOdo, with rdr tvlour i full bODtiditminlfor cash MM OltDEK TOIAT bCS MPin not Di - hhiii ii x j.i m urn dp BlAffB? Tbia yaar t Br bali Mid cub fof work da is tvtrv towa t rtprrwnt m. Hnodrtdi ira4 tbair Uevela lul MS Jt brwhh wi lor J m vt uuin nuxiia (aw n (lis twf ir (iiiErx xrvrwiiiviu n m (b (raaiMi Kxclattre lllcjtlIIaaIa tb world and r pr(etly rlltfj wo rf.r to taybuk or buiaoii boaiala V1U (lummrri 09 ma J OSprOMOODipkaj tUNIl! f"rim fuBi Iroquois Modal 3 8 wdr Bt7tit l tilu. IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED ZTJVZX tM t)aUTlbaat,.nd wthtv boutfct Ut totlrtblutl tt fere. U M Ik 4lUr. It Ith ft wt fet iw Mod) I Iroqwui Bi- tJtt cfcLM,tiBiihiui cM)pit, Made to aall at $00. tartiM oar buiint w htra xnclua4 to U Umi too t jmtt whs fund us .nd ntki tht MiMtltai offer f M4tl ROQUOI3 BICYCLE tS10.H -- Ml UjU.UTb.wb.l. t.. "Ma, I'm at the head of my class." J. E, Davidson, "How's that, Dick?" "Teacher says ATTOlimiY-A- T LA V, I'm the worst of all the bad boys In roitiitvn.i.r:, ui:vrut ky. school." Philadelphia Inquirer. IlAiiTi'oru), Ky., ill prnctico his nroleoion in all tho Will practica his profession in Ohio Mr. Baldpatc (to bashful boy) cure courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties liver, and Itouso tho tor 0 and adjoining counties. Special atWhat's the matter, little man ? Has biliousness. nlcV: H fid hetulnchc, Jaundice, anil Court of Appeals, clpccml at tention given to allbunneu entrusted tention given to collections. Ofilco the cat got your tongue? Tom Naw. nausea, ImllRosf tlon, etc. They are to his caro. Ollico with County Atto prevent a cold or break Up a noxt tloor to Post Ollico. Has she got your halt? New York torney. fever. Mild, gentle, certain, tbey are worthy Journal, V. U I'liMX l'urelv veeelnble. tbey J KDW1N ROWB. Tour confldeme. bo taken by children or delicate women. Little Kathatine (aged 6 years) I can 1'rlce, !25c. at medicine dealer! don't know yet what I'll be when I ol C. I. Hood all Co., Lowell, Mast.or by mall A X,& grow up a ballet dancer or cook, but HARTFORD, KY. I suppose I'll be just a plain mother. Will practice his profession in all HARTFORD. KY. Isn't It pitiful? Puck, Will practice In the Courts of Ohio the Courts oi Kentucky. Special at- Sunday School Teacher What was county and Court of Appeals. Prompt ' tention given lo collections, settle nan. uiuvifcucuio ..ImI. m.i! uuva the song of the three children while attention given to all business en- .on ... ilAiMilnnl". cdihii;., ivau ........a Office up trusted to our care. Office in Herald tid criminal practice. they were in the fiery furnace? Tombuilding, Uir next door to Griflln'sdrug store my Smart I 'spose, mum, it was "A Hot Time in the Old Town To night." JNO. B. WILSON, SHELBY TAYLOR, Exchange. Auntie Do you like school, TomHARTFORD, KY. HARTFORD, KY. my? Tommy I like Sunday school Will practice his ptofesslon in all the given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, col' best. "That's a good little boy. So courts ol Ohio nnd adjoining counties making Ac. you really like Sunday school best?" nnd Court of Appeals. Special atten- alio Notary 1'ublio lor Ohio County. tion given to all assignments In bank- Office North sldo of public square. "Ves'm; it only comes once a week." ruptcy. Philadelphia Record, R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Teacher When little George Wah M. L. HEAVRIN, ington told the truth about cutting down the cherry tree his father forgave Hartfokd, Ky. HARTFORD, KY. him. Now, Johnny, what lesson docs Will practico his profession in all the Will practice his profession in all the this teach us? Johnny That we can courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties often avoid trouble by burying tbe and Court ol Appeals. Special atten-lio- n Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith hatchet, Chicago News. given to collections. & Co., Market Street. Big Sister (shouting to Bobby) JJahbee! You're wanted to do an erR. R. WEDDING rand! Bobby (shouting back) Tell ATTORNEY AND I can't do It now ; I'm busy. mother COUNSELLOR AT LAW, nAttTe'OilD, KY. (NOTARY PUBLIC) Big Sister It's not mother who wants Will practice his profession in the HARTFORD,. . KENTUCKY. 13 JU8TA8 COOD FOR ADULTS. you; It's father. Bobby (hastily) All Will practice his profession in all tho courts oi Ohio and adjoining WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts. ts. right. Tell hlra I'm coming. th e courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- counties. Alio Notary Public. UiA., OiHTll, Mo. Not. It, ISM. Part Medielee Co., m. Unia, and the Court of Appeals, Frompt Office, in Commercial Hotel. Iltntlaaen: We aold lul raar, B boUlea ol ties TOMIC anj hate "What are you laughing at?" ex- MRUVBI TASTKLKtm CHILI.yar. tnalltmrex. attention given to all business entrust-t- o toucbl thrae arwM alraadr thla his care. penance of U jaara, la the drat bui!nM. hare claimed the school master. "Please, never aula an article that tare lucn aalrtrial aUa A. SAYivOft, Office In ItErunucAW building,. sir," said the boy, "I'm laughing at Uctloa aa joor Tvulc Toantralr, Can A CO. ABir, how funny it would be 11 one of the For sale by J. II. Williams. IlAirrr-oni)- , Ky. boys put a bent pin on your chair and Special attention given to all business ltriter with vo- wbtkr ? taenia U you discovered it before in. time, sir, Iliiraiiiiiig leaejeavru Uaiuia rtww HARTFORD, KY. cntruited to his care. Office in Court ir mpwtv, VfVitl I and then whipped him." Exchange. rvmuvvB turir Mood. Will practico his profession in all the House. tin. purlft tb trta ! BtroBratfl I courts of Ohio and adjoining countim II KiM young"Papa," asked a naku to mauliod.f InhiAllh. IIJaT leal WP rrMtAttrmm ur to Perry Westerfield, ster, "are all little boys made of duct?" Uadoocltt W V Ma1"I VatSP MO efeirirri What Careful attention will be given Col-a eB rlrllatat buiincst entrusted III vqen fori. T "Yes.tny son," was the reply. "Well, etftM 161 aiA Will .BatlatlT.MralatiitJ ll wit lections a specialty. to his care. Ohio ! Office over aX'1,11. pi Mt frM then," continued the little fellow, "I HVM W nravatd to rvr, or mon, County Bank. Also Notary Public. Beayeb Dam, Ky. l.lT.nPfi7t..air,Bnln,t,It4, wish you would make nurse stop using the whiskbroom on me. I'm afraid she'll brush me all away," Boston Herald. ARK RUNNING A- Thrico-a-YVee- k Edition. Mother (telling Willie the fable of the Liou and tbe Mouse) So.lyou see, that strong people must never do Practically a Daily at tho Price of a wookly. harm to weak ones. How noble it was for the big Hon to let the little The striving and important events mouse run ofil Willie(on reflection) of the last year have established the pasI don't believe lions like to eat mice overwhelming value of The Thrice World to every reader. For an anyway. Fllegende Blatter. almost nominal sum it has kept Its Hostess (to guest) Does subscribers informed of the progtess your father say grace before dinner, of all our wars and, moreover, has re NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES Margie? Margie I don't know, what's ported them as promptly and fully as GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE grace? Hostess Why, saying grace if it were a daily. With our interests still extending throughout the world, first- is returning thanks for what we have with our troops operating in the Fbll to eat. Margie My pa doesn't have Ipplnes, and tbe great Pesidentlal to. He always pays cash for every- campaign, too, at hand, its value is further increased thing we get. Chicago News. The motto of The Frances, 3 years, received her first World is improvement. It strives ocean bath at the seaside last summer each year to be better than it was the ear before, and public confidence in and, having only the family bathtub j it is shown by the fact that it now as her gauge of measurement, she said circulates more than twice as many to her papa when he bad brought her papers every week as any other newspaper, not a daily, published in into the surf up to the neck: "O father, take me out quick! It's America We offer this uuequaled newspaper too full !" Boston Globe. and IIarti'ord Riu'L'ulican together one year lor $ 1 65 Professional Cards. - rTDlLLSA Attorney at Law, v. f Rowe & Felix, Attorn ey at "aa. dtcP.teQslIj, w, GRDVE v r45rrfl Attorney at 0w, Attorney at law attorney at Law Attorney at Iaw TASTELESS tC TDNIC -i 1 4T1aaaaaaamV Hi LL J. S.R. Wedding, Attorney Attorney at Law, Tit-Bi- at Attorney at ,aw e. Law, rrn flialHSl. bti aLtf i&M. eTOBfee m aaa aUI rf4 !, Attorney at Law fJewYon? World HENRY FIELD & SO N To and from Beaver Dam. TRANSFER LINE senger trains at Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all Thrlce-a-Wee- lc They also keep a class Livery and Teed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner "Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will have especial attention. FISU? P$b 0K. prop'rs. He Fooled The Surgeon. ii' u! (V tnblDf utdnir WE t(ydoBwltbdnnUd. rmafrm aiMlMtoV rsa yr I1k JbW V r rIV. . 1, AffMO OYOLE OO.. OMoago, 111. Llttlo Edith at Church. Henderson 2:46p m 7:15a m 3:10a m Owensboro 8:15a m 3M4P m 4:00a m " Hawesvllle 4Mop m 9:13a m 4:50a m Arrive Louisville 7:45p m I2'3sp m 7:30a m Alt tralaa run tliroiiKli aolld la KtniiaTllle. Through Parlor Can and Pull. Nlerpera on all train to Kvanrll and Nt. I.011U. Number II 9 nud 43 connect nt IrvliiKtou lor lorddllle llardlliIiirKlnlljr. Little Edith had been to church for the first time and on her return home her grandmother asked her how she LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY liked it. "Oh, I liked it all right Vnlou Depot, Naventli Or Illvfr. Ticket UfUee, 933 Fourlb Ave, izijeb -- zt :iArjcn let, 1093. enough," she replied, "but the men Whon Two Votorans Meot. didn't act a bit fair." "What did Louiiville to St. Louis & West. St. Louis to Louisville & East. Did you ever see two old comrades theydo?" asked theoldlady. "Why." No. 45. No. 41. No. 44. No. 46 S:35p m Leave St Louis Leave Louisville 7:45a m 8:55pm meet on Decoration day? What a pleas- was the little observer's reply, "one 7:56a m ure it is to watch them; to see the man did all the hard work and anoth" Mt.Vernon " Owensboro 11:40a in 11:58pm " Evansville m m warm handsclasp given and returned; er man came around and got all the " Henderson it :45pm 12:55am 2!20p 2:45a " Evansville 1:15a m " Henderson 2,'46p m 3:10a m to note how readily tbey fall Into the money." 1:25a m " Mt.Vernon, III " Owensboro 3:44pm 4:00a m old martial step. Listen, and you Arrive St Louis 7:32? ra 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7M5P m 7:30a m will hear them use the old nicknames, unheard for years, repeat the stories Z.C01G-VZX.UWO SS'V.AaTCrVXX.X.E. told by the camp fire and renew the No. 43 No. 41 No. 45 Leave Louisville 8:35p m old strategic controversies, with all 4i5op m 7:45a m 11 Hawesvllle. . . , 10:43a m 8:o4p m n:o8p m the old warmth. Watch them as the " Owensboro, . . . 11:40am I2:58p m 9:05pm band strikes up the familiar air, or " Henderson. . . , I2!45p m io:iop m 12:55a ra some old regimental hero drives by. Arrive Evansville . . . 1:15pm 10:40pm 1:25am From them the weight of years has 3"WAAravx.x.i: LccxaviLi,!:. dropped as a mantle; they No. 42 No. 44 No. 46 Leave Evansville 6:50a m are boys again "Marching Through 2:2op m 2:45a ra All doctors told Remnick Hamilton, of West Jefferson, O,, alter suffering 18 mouths from Rectal Fistula, be would die unles a 'costly operation was performed; but he cuied himself with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth, and the best Salve in the World, 25 cents a box. Sold by J. H. Williams, m Druggist. Pretty Teacher (intent on lesson) And vast swarms of flies descended on the land and came into the houses of the Egyptians and covered their clothing and their tables and all their food, but (impressively) there were no flies on the children of Israel. Small Boy Please, ma'am, there ain't now, either. Harlem Life. rrrrc: Educate Your liowele With CaicareU. Cftndv C&tharllt. cura eonitlnAttaa fAmvAi. IOc.sSc. it a O. O, till, drugtfiu reruid money. fTHE prk. CORN yj , won't Uanr lonttr after It'a treated with Satire, IS cu boa. Druc lata or malted upon receipt ol UIANT CHEMICAL CO uoo Ctaerrr 3t OPIUM ( lenst r4 'IWtmonlal. da DR. d ndWkltkey Faetti cured at home without pain Book ol liar tloulara leut FREE DR B. M WOOLLEt CO. ice, 1st North I'rrur Nt CURED Havs DROPSY raiibu thutuand cured many cum ItamedlfrU r till And TEN DATS trwutment tr9, B. H. GREER'S SOUS. Lior K. Atlanta. G. with reeeUblo " " .... .... .... .... .... to nymptomi mmor nupuorii. in.es y, Georgia!" Ouereateed tobacco habit cure, makei weak man atrouf, blood sure. Mo, ll. All dmrtliu. ' A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania,' ' had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses I them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending' Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. A far Tilly Ccate. un t Nothing Now Unci or the Sun. There's nothing new under the sun. Artlfical Ice was made as long ago as 1793. Double saucepans, with a space betweeu for water, hailed as a modern Invention, have been dug up at Pompeii. A set of false teeth has been found In an Etruscan tomb that must be 2,400 years old. An ancient Etruscan engraving of about the same date represents an Argonaut punching the bag, Egyptians thoroughly understood hydraulic engineering 4,- 000 years ago. f.tiufr mFm Sing in the new Sing out tht bite Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway " King oat tho old ) OoKriKT. Ho. 1. bptvm . fl.atnt irtna. .w MTU pMk ti MnUlali tutHM aukrtlMto. tra,Mw Tork-- or ilurl 4 et f rMr twMnl Morw . LMItlllMMrtr.r a..atA kit.M Himmiiii)ulHUimiiMd4kiku. doMa OHItnaiL DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey "Yes,WflHaveAmveil." DYSPEPSIA That your Laundry HOPWNSVUIE STEAM See To Is LAUNDRY IH DYE sent to the WORKS, j im 1 'jtiiJ-2- 5 5s- - suHpsygz" IXANrv -- mraraEH n We come in haste.notsomuch on account of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we bad no cow catcher on behind. Now that we are here let us remind you of the (act that r- 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 Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and, soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS AM SB YEARS OLD. aiul navuued mj nuimij v,ui 10 vr. iuj a nna-ia- r Hour. IttlVMQulcKandiKrmeBmireUtt I Is the forerunnerof consumption. Dr. TU11a Pin Tar TTnn.u mill it and give such strength to the lungs He buys In large quantities, and In that way can get the very lowest price, mai a cougn or a com win not seme there, 25c at all good druggists, tf We do not want to make It all and we are willing to divide with you. We want your trade" and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboardlng, etc., lrill.li.M THEO. E. RECHTIN. ... Botttea Only. 2So., 6O0, and $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET Slits biaTtpaamllaioouhaandfwUa. Itm.lf. I uopi eueot.-lirwlucab, K. at tjf. ra. M. A, MtuaUe, Slit PINI'I ll'llaHriv & BRO. For Bale by Z WAYNE GBIPPIN on perfection of lauudry work when your shirt Is laundered by us, just ns our laundry standsalonefor excellence tradi lujik aaoarrfMa of work turned out. Your linen isn't Injured here from chemicals or im aHHTwHl proper handling. Only skilled assist ri.ai.ot. Patatabl., fount. TaiU Good. T)o ants are employed, and you cau't beat aood, Neiirsrok.o Wnk.a.or Gripe, lOu, Be, Ma, It for beauty of color and perfection of ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ;. (Mutt, MuUtU, . Ym. Ill Il.rtl.f ,m4t polish, Clevs Her, agent Richmond Steam Laundry M.Tfl.fttiS Bold aurttu.nniMdbr all drug. Mi s. mm Mm, : In Ita worst form I coula cat nothlnr but milk toaat, and atilmeamyatomacbouU not retain nuJ Oinest cvrn that Lit MurcU I began taltlnr GASOA11UTS and atnea ttien I bavo atsadlly Improved, until I am aa well aa I ver waalnmr life." DAVio II. Monror, Newark, O, pepala "Votalxyeara I mil victim ordya ANQ It Stands Alone ft "Y jf CANDY CATHARTIC which has the reputation ot turning out the best work in the country, All of its machinery is of the most modern ant none but skilled workmen, who thoroughly understand their business are employed. The plant is one of the largest in tbe country, extending the lull length ot a iquare. All work guaranteed and repairing free Give us a ttlal if you are not now a customer, Leve your work with Lyman Williams, Agont, iiAiirroun, ky. Who is our agent iu your town, and will attend to the shipping and have same reedy for you In due time. Leave your laundry at tbe post-office- '; For the next pattern. Dealer In 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house , THESO. 3E3. DFlESOIITIISr, Ingle, Evansville, all.klfidsof Building Material, 7th Cor. If it fail&to euro go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. We will refund to him. Prlco 50 cts. VAN VLEET - MANSFIELD DM Afnlfjirjli llnl Patent Plaiten, & Neud Ind. CO,. lor falalejue.. 8oloProrUti, MEMPHIS, TENN.