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The Republican Republican The Republican The Utpubllcan The Republican OlTULl3TDll3.S and Loulovllft Commercial, t year,$t and the Courier Journal, I year, $1.25. and the Toledo (O ) Dlade, 1 year, $1 25. and Louisville Dispatch, I year, ft 25. 1 year, $1 50. and the Globe-Democra- RatOS. The Haeteobd Republican. OFFICIAL OP.DAN OF THE PART." IK TSS FOURTH The Republican Is the best Advertising medium In this partof the country. Fine Job Work Dene en short Netice. Satisfaction to all Customers Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. CQlUSIOm DISTRICT. Subscription $1 a year. . VOL. XL HOW SOME MEN PROPOSE. HAHTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1899. don't No. 44. VERY BRIEF sample. Man's life is full of pipes. He goes forth liken lion in the morn, STATE OFFICIALS. Governor William Cv Bradley. ing and leaves the wood for his wife Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ogtoto chopr and in the evening he sneak " -'. eth home with his pants ripped, and Becretaryof State Charles Jtohy. raises drln about hard times. He Attorney Genera) W. S. Taifa. has la grippe on road working day, Auditor Samuel H. Sums. aud walks twenty miles to a circus. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner oi Agriculture, HorHe will chase a jack rabbit four miles and Statistics Lucas through the snow, and then borrow a ticulture Moore. horse to ride half a mile to the Superintendent Public Iustruction-- W. Ex. Davison. Coughed 33 Tear. Register Land Office Chas. O. I suflered for 25 years with a cough, Reynold. and spent hundreds ol dollars with Insurance Bureau Commissioner doctors and for medicine to no avail D. W. Coraltigore. until I used Dr. Bell's Adjutant General D. R. Collier. This remedy makes weak lungs 8tate Librarian Miss Paul Dean) strong. It has saved my life. J. B. Hardin. . Rb3well, Grantsburg.lir.'FtJrBale'by RAILROAD COMHIBSI0KEB8. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf Jno. O. Wood; chairman; J. F. A Few Points on tho Mortgage Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F. Brown. CONGRESSIONAL. The mortgage is a Senators Hon. William f! T.(n,i. institution. say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. always holds its own. It representative uourth JListrict It calls for just as many dollars when Hon. D. H, Smith. grain is cheap as when it is dear. BTATE LEQISLATUUK. Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. It is not affected by the drought. Representative Ohio County Hon. It is not drowned out by heavy rains. R. C. Jarnagin. It never winter kills. OHIO COUNTY. Late springs and early frosts never CIRCUIT COURT. trouble Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens Potato bugs never disturb it. 4 post-offic- e." Fashion Depends Somowhat on tho Proposer. "No," said the sweet thing: In the Valenciennes lace trimmed dimity dress, "I really wouldn't care to have him fall to hla knees, and 'exclaim In a tone of passionate entreaty.' 'Give me but a single ray oi hope!' I think that would be absurd beyond all things. I am sure I shonld ieel like laughing in a young man's face 11 he did any of these ridiculous things. Yet 1 think even the old fashioned, high falutln', my life would be you way of proposing mentioned In Miss Austen's atorles would be better than the dreadfully slangy, matter-of-fac- t way young men have of propoa. Ing nowadays.accordlng to what a lot of married girls tell me. Only yes terday one of them told me how her husband asked her. They had been going together for six months. One alternoou last October they were walking on P street together. She bowed to a young man she knew. " 'Awlnlly nice looking, isn't he?' she asked Jack, who is now her husband. " duck, said Jack. 'But who's Isdouble-te- e, It, anyhow? Don't I cut in at all?' "She realty didn't know what he bread-antl-trea'Pair-looking they?1 he said to her, in an' oils hand sort ol way. 'Swell season in Washington, spring, Isn't it? We won't be a thing but married when the lilacs show up next spring, will we?' PARROT'S REVENGE. Pa'ltua. ns While riding furiously almost at the head of his company Steinberg. General Dfrecttry. He Sought to Make tho Chlck-oCall Him "Undo." "Did you ever hear ance? ol such assur- An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneilolal effects ot the well known remedy, HrnUP or Fias, manufactured by the CALiroiufiA Fio Srnor' Co., Illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them In the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxa-tircleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub-(- i tar cc, and Its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or Irritating them, nuke it the Ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatio plants, by a method known to the CiuronsiA Flo Etbup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, pleaso remember the full name ot the Company printed 6n the front ot every package. e, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAW JTBAKCISOO. For talc by all Drutrteta. LOUimLLI. XT. CAX. XXW T08K, IT. T. 1'rlee 50c. pcrbollle. I j.l.11,,,.,,,1.,1, ,,,,.,,! ,,,! ,, NICOTBNIZED NERVES. Millions e! America's men day after sty feed their nerves with tobacco, until th asrres becomt alcotlnbsd and (he the NERVES stood creep an4 crava lor mere tobacco. habit. It's disease, That's called and In all this werW there It but ess guaranteed curs. C. meant " 'Well,' went on Jack, 'you're als ways telling me what a good looker that geezer is. Now, is he the whole tViing.and am I an "also ran," or do I win? I just pass it up to you, you know.' "She didn't understand him this time, either, and I don't wonder. and don't "You're want to understand,' went on Jack. 'AH right Can you fix (t for about months trom date! That's plain enough, Isn't it?' "It wasn't, though. 4l what?' she asked him. " 'The day and the hour,' said Over ens million boxes sold Jack. 'To get doubled up, you know.' la two years; 300,000 cured, tails the "Well, ol course he makes her a Story ol great merit. a rettoret vitality to weak good husband, but just fancy being men. Many report a gain ot lea pounds proposed to in that dreadful way! la tea days. Co buy It under "You know my married cousin up your on the Hill? Well, Jim just 'worked DRUfiGlSrS 1UAR1NTEE. a bluff that's the horrid way he Tvrmrv dranlit is authorized to Mil puts it when he proposed to her. uadnr absolute guarantee C tocuroarerjf form ot tobacco usins.t He'd been calling pretty regularly, Our wrltun greraote, tree eatonl of booklet called "lton'tE and one night he showed up looking1 Tobacco Bplt and Bmoko Your IJfof as chipper as a lark. rnaiiwi rop irto a.Kinr. BTKHLINO RnMEDYCO., " 'Well, I'm off in a few days,' he KowYork, U Chtcato, itoatrval,C!an said to her. 'Nothing in the governrwmfwwwHwiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiw candy cathartic core WAOwAKB B tnnulftilijn Only mo ment service, anyhow. Going to re sign my job In a couple of days and Wko ei4a thin strike out for Oklahoma to grow up wm imp Wanted-- An Idea of weeds.' you WMlik. Protewe Wj thr ma tolatklaCftopeUoHitr with thecouldn't help but show that VtwttA JQllti "WKliDrnnUIUt ir.CO ttntAtU "She . WeUhtBeTUtam, . tUf UU $I.8U0 DTlM Off? ud tin ot two uMnl UrottUCeM woio4. she was sorry, of course. " 'I'm sorry you're going,' she said. She's a remarkably serious-mindeseBshra.m.sskJSejfcjesssjcvasi mammBat girl, you know. ,' 'Yes, you are,' he said, satirically. " 'Really, I am,' she said. The Leading Specialists tf America " 'Say,' he said then, 'If I thought 20 YEARS IN OHIO, you were on the level I mean really sorry, you know, why er I 250.000JURED. ' wouldn't so, yon know.' WECURE EMISSIONS " 'Why do you wish to leave so Nothing ea iaortmorHtliif to oun or iniddi-Abeautiful a city as Washington?' she mtn uin u iriw nee fcf Uim nif hll lour." hr? ct asked him. 'Surely you don't iroduC4 WeMetlleJM, pCrTOUUieiR, fecllOf hole tnti to find a prettier place to live in?' Tbtv unfit a ma for buiiDcf. warrM B nod moU! happlneu. No sutUr "Well, of course, this gave him a trheti.tr ctutexl bv eill hkbiii Id youth. nlvMkoui or Mitefcl leetMi.oar chance to say that he was only stayNiw MU.4 TmUnenl will poi.t.Ttly ing in Washington on her account, cvryiu bal that as long as she didn't seem NO CURE NO PAY llcaJsr you need helo. Early abaM or to carek etc., etc, I later newtet may hart ycuued you. I Kipoiure miy hare ditaaie.1 you. You "Another girl told me that the I are not eafe Ult aureJ. OurN.wIlho4 sheer impudence with which her husI wilt ours you. You run bo rlik. band proposed to her was simply capCURED tivating. It was just about this time n,r Man Yoa ar pale, fecbU You and haHanli narToni. Irritabta and ai last spring, and they were walking I citable. You become forgetful, moroia, I and deipoodentt blotches and piraplei, through Lafayette square. . wnoKita iact, UDKea la " 'Trees and flowers look ulce, onn ana do woo t couaienaooo NO-TO-BAnerve-make- r, lo-t- " 'Fix "I beard of another bit of brazen Impudence like that. She told me about it herself. lie came up in the evening and sat on the front slips with her. " 'Got promoted to $1,400 today,' he said, and then he deliberately pulled out a piece ol paper with a lot of figures ou it. " 'Did a little figuring on e pad this alternoou,' he said. 'The thing ought to go' through easy. Lis fen: House rent, about $35 or 40 a month; servant, $15 a month; gas and "Mind you, he hadn't ever said a word to her about getting married. But you ought to see- - what a pretty home they've got now! "The diffident young men are just as matter-of-faas the impudent ones, too, I hear. You know littfe Mrs. Finally, upon Columbia Heights, and what a quiet, bashful man her her husband is? I often wondered how he ever mustered enough courage to ask her, and you know they were married. She told me about it not long ago. They went car riding one Sunday alternoou, and rode to the end of the 14th street line. Then they got off and walked. He showed her the house where they now live. She admired it. " 'I'm buying it,' he said.-- 'Got it all furnished, too.' "It was the very first she knew of it, and of course she had to ask him ii he meditated starting a boarding house. That made it comparatively easy for him, although she said that she thought he'd hijve a stroke, eveu then, before he got it out. "Well, they all appear to be as hap. py as can be, but I do think that I'd like to have just a teeny bit more of aentlment in a case ol that kind, I don't think there's half enough sentiment in the world, as it is." Ex. fuel' The parrot'shomehad been changed. Since then It had been sourand gloomy. Hardly bad it spoken a word, and, when It did, the words It used were short and snappish, which plainly showed its anger. When fed it would walk to the furthest corner of the cage and yell: "Get out, you rascal!" One day the new owner, trying to get on friendly terms with it, went up to the cage, and in a smoothing tone, said: "Does poor Polly want a cracker?" At this the parrot glanced at him as if saying, "Who are you?" and side oi the then walked to cage. "Now, why doesn't poor Polly talk to me?" he said. Still the parrot was silent "Polly," he begged, "If you will just call me Uncle, I will not askyou to say anything else!." But nothing he could say had any effect on Polly. "Polly, say, call me, uncle, or you will be sony!" said the owner, rather er angrily. The parrot remained as sullen as ever. In no way could he get it to talk. . "Well, "Polly, when I come home the best thing for you to do is to call m: uncle!" he said as he left the house. That night when he came back Polly was as silent as ever. There it sat on its perch, with as haughty a look as any parrot could put on. From its looks it wonld never speak again. The owner thought otherwise. Going to the cage he said, in a com manding voice: "Polly, you rascal, call me uncle, or I'll fix you!" Dut the parrot still held its peace. "One more chance, Polly, if you don't call me uncle, I will fasten you in the chicken house to night!" he said, as he started to pick up the cage. But the parrot said never a word. The owner was mad. Taking the cage in one hand and a lamp in the other he made his way to the chicken house, where he dumped Polly on the ground. Carefully fastening the door he went back to the house, chuckling to himself, and thinking how,.g!.d. Polly would be to call him uncle in the morning. When morning came the owner, anxious to see how the punishment had worked on Polly, started to the chicken house. As he came near he heard loud talking on the inside. It was the parrot. "Ah, knew that was the scheme to make him talk," smiled the owner. He quietly opened the door, Behold, the sight that met his cyesl Every hen, was lying dead on the ground, the old rooster was backed up in the corner, and the parrot was walking to and fro in front of him, saying: "Call me uncle, you rascal, or I'll fix you!" A Thousand Tongues PAGtADrTft9 , 7r OC d DRS.K.&K, Could not express the rapture of Annie B. Springer, of 1125 Howard st, Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption had (Completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made Hie a burden. All other remedies and doctors could give her no help,butsbe says of this Royal Cure "It Boon removed the pain in my chest and lean now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding its praises throughout the universe." So will every one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat,Chest or Lungs. Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free at J. H. Williams' Drug Store; every bottle guaranteed. 1 Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Of CASTOR I A lor Modorn Proverbs. Rocovors His Intellect After Half a Century. Seneca county has the most remark, able example of a modern Rip Van Winkle ever known In this country. Mathlas Steinberger, who lives with relatives on a farm in Jackson town, ship, a few miles out of Fostorla, has recovered his memory and Intellect e years. after a lapse of Steinberger Is a veteran oi the Mex lean war, and during that conflict was u member of Payne's regiment of Pennsylvania cavalry. Ills regiment participated in one of the famous charges at the battle of Resaca de la fifty-thre- f ex-ge- I I &&tf$z. ' 250.000 Diigtn oc your txmeoce. it WECUREARIC0CELE vka i.tL. Iia. aAlnrta ba. or ban lany you may bar. ha! It, our 7ja je aiai can It. lb. ' wormy v'lnt" rciarn to their normal condition and nenco tht I I SfeW LUNG TO HELP Stcuring fn-dtfrom Ih grip (atarrh makit Ural fundi for (At litirator. m TUKATMKNT will I I axual oraaal rMolr. nroncr nourlia menu Tho oraanl becom. TllaUtwl, all unnataral dralfll or loee ccaia aad manly row.ri return. Ho temporary benefit, out a nerman.nl cara auarad. m rnna- uuiik, nu VAX. NO BKTK- - J, ION NHOKSSallY. VI ION FltOU UUtilKCSS. ru CURES GUARANTEED and cure IW. tr.itMIbrilON. HVl'lllMH flLKKT, HrKll"rIIUb VAUICOCKLB. iALLOSBKS, 4HX UUeaiM. UUjinulliA TtflNr. C IO0KB vnai;. i HAlUJKS M TIKE. .tODKIl ATR. If nnall.ta call.wrjt. or ft unnijujt uuAan, lor jiujuji. IRSATMEMX, BKMU i)LAl)UKHAND KID aaff 'a f Life ia a bureau drawer which sticks, and through a crack we helplessly trust our fingers at the things we would like to reach. Woman can't thrqw a stone, but when she drops a flower pot out the window she always hits somebody. The ideal woman is one whose preserved strawberries hold out until iresh strawberries get cheap, Three-fourtof the bread cast up. on the waters returns because it has a string tied to it. Few womSn can sit though a sermon without hoping that the cook won't let the dinner burn. In the chase alter happiness there are too many ctossroads and too few guide boards. Chicago Record. hs Brushes should be stood bristles downward to dry. Tepid salt and water strengthen weak ankles. Clean your child's first teeth and the second ones will profit Use a warm silver knife for cleaning ostrich feathers. Cut flowers last well with camphor in the water. A raw egg swallowed will detach a bone in the throat Deafness is often caused by boxing a child's ears. White, of egg brushed over morocco leather freshens it. Gray makes a woman look stouter than she Is. High heeled boots are known to cause spinal complaints. Cocoanut oil thickens and darkens afcpSa the eyebrows. Robbod tho Gravo. White of egg beaten up in coffee A startling incident, of which Mr. acts as cream. John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the Use old newspapers to brighten up subject.is narrated by him as follows: tinware. "I was in a most dreadful condition. ThatThrobblngHoadacho. My skin was almost yellow eyes coated, pain continually Would quickly leave you, if you in back and sides, no appetite grad- used Dr. Klngja New Llle Pills. ually growing weaker day by day. Thousands of sufferers have proved physicians had given me np. Three their matchless merit for Sick and Fortunately, a friend advised trying Nervous Headaches. They make 'Electric Bitters:' and to my great joy pure blood and strong nerves and and surprise, the first bottle made a build up your health. Easy to take. decided improvement I continued Try I them. Only 25 cents. Money their use for three weeks, and am now back if not cured. Sold by J, H. a well man. I know they saved my Williams, Druggist, life, and robbed the grave ot another victim." No one should fail to try A Chinese View of Americans. them. Only 50 cts., guaranteed, at This is how a Chinese visitor in J. H. Williams' Drug Store. this country describes Americans in a Chinese paper: "They live months Tbe Eaalr, Klnroi All Blrda, is noted for its keen sight, clear and without eating a mouthful of rice! distinct vision. So are those persons' they eat bullocks and sleep in enorwho use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, Btyes, sore eyes or any mous quantities; they have to bathe kind or granulated lids. Sold by all frequently; they eat meat with knjves dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. aud prongs, they never enjoy them, Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf selves by sitting quietly on their ancestors' graves, burjump around and Queer Advertisements. kick balls as if paid to do it, and they Somebody has been collecting have no dignity, for they may be queer advertisements from the paper; found walking with women' here are a few specimens: Sketch of a Man. "Wanted An organist and a boy to blow the same." As a sample of what au old maid "Wanted A boy to be partly can do with a pen we submit the outside and a pattly behind the counanimal "Man is a ter." that chews tobacco and walks on the "Wanted A boy to deliver oysters forked end. Most men are born; we who can ride a bicycle." never heard of but one that wasn't "Widow in comtortableclrcumstan. and he was made of mud, just for a ces wishes to marry two sons." "Annual sale now on. Don't go elsewhere to be cheated come in eaMi sunk-eRi.tonsea er'a horse stumbled and fell. The soldier was thrown violently over the animal's head, striking upon his own h'tad on a pile of rocks. He immedls otely lost consciousness, He was taken to a hospital, and, although he was able to relate the manner In which he was hurt, has memory and all power ol observation left him from that time. Since the accident Steinberger has lived the life of those who lived fifty-thr- ee years ago and nothing was ever 'changed to him. During that long peflod oi mental aberration he has frequently said that he was twenty one year's of 'age and that at the next election he lnlly Intended to cast his vote for Gen. Taylor for the Presldeacy. A day or twoago while he was watching some workmen operating a he was struck on the head with a piece ol flying wood and knocked senseless. He did not recover for some time, but when he regained his faculties a curls ous expression stole over his face aud he looked like a person just awakened from a long sleep. He had completely recovered the powers he had lost over halt a century ago. Steinberger made a visit to Although he has lived Fostorla. within a few miles ol several towns for years.every thing appeared strange to him, and his complete bewilderment at beholding electric cars, tele phones in operation and other modern appliances was laughable had it not been that those who knew the case were disposed to entertain sympathy for him. He wandered around town with as much interest as a child would in attending its first circus. As he finally climbed into the wagon to journey home again he remarked that the world had gotten so far ahead of him that he feared that he would not live long enough to catch up. His expression when he saw his reflection in a looking glass and found that he was old and gray instead oi young and full of vigor was pitiable. Cleveland telegram to the Chicago Chronicle. buzz-saw, But Solid Suggestions For tho Housekeeper. Never let a child sob itself to sleep. Lemons stowed . separately In dry sand keep fresh. Sufferers from dyspepsia should not drink while eating. Brush a baby's hair, but do not comb It A heated knife cuts freshly baked bread well. Mustard plasters' made with white of egg do not blister. Stir your starch with a piece of wax handle. Tomato juice removes ink stains from hands. Black cotton stockings should never be ironed. Mix fullers' earth and cold water to remove grease from wall papers. Gilded articles coated with ell of laurel scare flies away. To reduce a double chin constantly tap it with the finger. A bedroom crowded with furniture is very unhealthy. Onions In any form are good for children. Keep a marble in the kettle to take . n. J. up the "fur." it Moth and rust do not destroy it. It grows nights, Sundays, rainy days and even holidays. It brings a sure crop every year and sometimes twice a year. It produces cash every time. It does not have to wait for the market to advance. It is not subject to speculation of the bulls and bears on the board of of trade. It is a load that galls, frets and chales. It is a burden that .the farmer can boro.- - Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owenaboro. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. S. A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbronk. Afaater Onmrm. sionei Hartford. Hartford. 8. T. Stevens, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Ben ton, R. B. Martin an4W. H. Tineley. Court convenes first Monday in March and Augustand continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY, COURT. G.B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund . tj not shake off. It is night. with him morning, noon and each month. QUARTERLY COURT. sleeps. Begins on the second Monday in rides upon his shoulder during It each month. the day. COURT OF CLAIMS. It consumes his grain crop. Convenes first Monday in January, devours his rattle. It and Tuesday after the second Monday It selects the finest horses and the in October. OTHER COUNTY 07P1CKRO. fattest steers. It lives on the first fruits of the N. Moxley, Surveyor. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fou Rogers, School'Supt. L. W. Hunt,--" Coroner Sulphur IMucata Tour Uowale With Caaearf ta. Candy Cataartlc, core cooitlpatlo4 rorora. Springs. lOcUo, If C. 0. 0, fall, arurguurefunil mono j. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse Keeper, Hartford. Wen Ejra Arc Made Strong, dim vision made clear, styes removed JUSTICES' .CPpRTfl. and granulated lids or sore eyes of T. A. Evans Court will be held any kind speedily and effectually at Fordsvilie on March 1st, June 1st, cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle September let and December' 18th. Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and B, F GRAVE Court will be held sold on a guarantee by all good drug, atBuiord on March 30, June 29,Sop. gists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & tember 2d and December 21. tf Bro. S. J. Weller Court will be held at Sulphur Springs on March 28, June 27, September 26 and December 23. H. B. Taylor Court will be held at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, September 2. and Decern bor &. DO YOU WW TO MAKE MONEY? W. A. Rone Court will be held at Silt to SS3 PEIt WEEK GUARANTEED Centertown on February 13, May 29, We want Intelligent, hustleng rep. August 28 and November 1. CITY DIRECTORY. resentatlves to handle the most bean. W. H Barnes, Judre. tlful and popular line ol fast seelllng J, S. R. Wedding, Attorney. books and Bibles every issued by any TOWK TRttSTXKS. quick sellers, low house. S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. i T, A, Thomas, Treasurer. prices, liberal terms and fair retail Jno. E Bean, Sec'y, dealing are the inducements we offer. Geo. Klein'. Credit given and freights paid. We A. D. White. us by rewant you with us. Write Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. turn mall. R. hold their regular meeting Saturday before the first Sunday n each THE HUDGINS PUB. CO., month in Court Hall at I o'clock p. 44 Keiscr Buildlug, Atlanta, Ga. m. W. A. Caxson, Com. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. linns Irritation Is the forerunnerof consumption, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure It, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle tf there, 25c at all good druggists, Thrice-a-Wcoe, It eats with him at the table. It gets under his pillow when he Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartford. M. 8. Kagland,CIerk Hartford. M. L, Heavrin.Attorney-Hartfbr- d. Court convenes first' Monday in JewYori? World k Edition. Practically a Daily at tho here." "For sale A pianoforte, the property of a musiclau with carved legs." A room by two gentle j 'Wanted men about thirty feet long and twenty feet,broad." "A lady wants to sell her piano, as she ia going abroad in a strong iron frame. "Wanted by a respectable girl, her passage to Europe; willing to lake care of children and a good sailor." "To be disposed of, a malt phaeton, lives a happy wife. She writes: " I the property of a gentlemen with a hsve used Mother's Prlend before movable headpiece as good as new," two confinements. The Isst tlma I hid "Lost near Hlgbgate archway, an twins, and was In labor only a few minutes. Suffered very little." The reason umbrella belonging to a gentleman why with bent rib and a bone handle." "Lost A collie dog by a man on Saturday evening answering to Jim with a brass collar round his neck does expectsnt mothers so much (ood Is becsuse It Is sn externsl liniment, and a muzzle." to be applied upon the outside, where "Mr. Brown, furrier, begs to anmuch of the strain comes, It helps becsuse the pores of the sain readily absorb nounce that he will make up gowns, it, and It comes Into direct contact with caps, etc., for ladles out of their own snd is absorbed by the parts Involved. skins." Morning sickness Is quickly banished, snd nervousness Is sept completely awsy. A Frightful Blunder The sense of dread snd foreboding is not experienced, even during Iibor Itself. Will often cause a horrible Burn, Confinement Is short snd almost without psln. Recovery Is quick and sure. Best Solid, Cut or Bruise, Bucklen's Ar. of all, Mother's Prlend benefits the unborn lust ss much ss the expectsnt nlca Salve, the best in the world, will mother, and when tho little one comes It kill'the pain and promptly beat It will be strong, lusty snd healthy. Cures' Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Drat gUU salt Mother's Frieaa tor ft battle. Bolls, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup. " Send for our free book 00 th.eubj.ct, tlons, Beat Pile cuie on earth. Only Baely Hlattrat.iL TUB BRADFIBLD REOULATOR CO. 35 cts. a box, Cure guaranteed. ATLANTA, OA. Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CORED. S. S, S. Is Old People. New Blood Fricoofawookly, been making' friends ot this kind for many years. It cures catarrh Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. aw Jsi aXJ iv.al aaM aw.ra aB DRS, Mra.R.Eadea, of 8J Twentj-elsht- h Clean blood means a clean akin. No beauty vyithout it. Caacarete, Candy Cathar tic clean your uioou anu Keep it ejean, uj atirring up the leiy liver and driving all im purities irum inc uvuy. jirgui ,u uaj .u bonieh pimples, boils, blotches, blackhead, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking, fa ..&. n li.al.lll fx. .an M.4. All .IIIV. guts, satiifactlon guaranteed, 1W, 25c, SOc. Ueantr I. Illeoil Deep, Out in Kansas - Grat and Life. BUssiae to fcutit nearly all ot tba skkness among It Gives Them &T is wholly unnecessary. By keep. IV troit, Mich., Is one of the many friends. Thlalswhat she saya to Dr. Ilartman: with "Wo hayo used your the most remarkable results and would JJm JtrCa JL We havo always not bu without recommended it to our friends. A few TAI1I.1!. IIKAVEH UAH, years ago I purchased a bottla of your and after seeing its results, NORTH BOUND. recommended it to my grocer who waa 4:41 a. m. troubled with dyspepsia, the curing of No. 204, Fast Mall No. 232, Accoraraodatiou..5:02 a. m. which Induced her to sell It in her No, 222, Accommodatlon,.12.4 p. m. store. Bhahaaaold large amounts of 5:52 p. m. it My daughter has just been cured No. 202, Fast Mall My pen No. 294, Local Freight, , . .8:10 a, ra. ot jauadlco with would grow weary were I to begin to tell you ot the numerous cures SOUTH BOUND. our Imnwdlate) ,12.20 p. m, has effected in couple of years,"vicinity No. 203, Fast Mall within the last No. 231, Accommodation.. .8:37 p. m. Dr. Hartrasn, President of the SurgiNo. 221jAocommodatioo,12i2Sp, m. cal Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, will counsel 10:30 a. m. and'pres&lbe lor At fjfcoasanil women No, 201 Fast Mall No. 203, Local FroIghti.. .2:40 p. ra. this year rs 9 f Every suffering woman 'should 'write for apeelal question blank for woman, and hava tor l"IJty Conta. Dr llartmau'a book, "Health and Gnareatood tobacco nsblt cure, makes weak men tiruus, blood pure. Mo, si All druf jUja Beauty," All druggists sail thou-aand- St, De Curo of Fovor Blistars. Fever blisters are generally due to, first, palatia, or some disorder of the stomach. There are other causcs.but the two mentioned are the most general. If your fever blisters are from up on quinine and a cathartic. It from a disorder oithe stomach, look to putting the stomach in order. Fever blisters are sometimes caused on the upper lip by shaving the mum tache off. The Up ia suddenly exposed and gets fever In If yours are caused by this, tub powdered alum upon them and they will disaphours, pear within twenty-fo- tw' Jr. it Mother's Friend Kl-T1- MK it from which they suffer so generally, 8. B. B. U young, by pur fjring tho blood, the remedy whloh will keep their ii ,1 WMt accumulations, and Impart. ' systems ",,,: Increases tag new sirenrth and life to the whole body. It new life. the appetiU, bifllds up tha energies, and sends throughout the entire system cItim Wood Pike. TT Broadway, South Boston, writes good health "Iamsefenty ?ers 1old. and hftl not enjoyedways, and in w different for twenty mrs. The addition, hid cieos terribly on, one of my legs. account of my ago, I would nerer be doctor . - thatTon dozen rt(....tW- 8. 8. and it cured me 1 tJk a. bottles of 8-, "," . completely, ana r am uvvi " Mar (11,1 In mr life." t .. .. Mr. J. W. Loving, of Colquitt, Oa,, says: "For torture from a fiery ruptlon on een rears I w- my Sain. I wiea aunw, failed ona br one. and 1 was told that my age, which U and tint I could never nope slstrslx. wi against again! flnally'took 8. 3, B.. and I .cleansed perfect halti. niy blood tborougUy, andiow I n In SRg The striking and important events ot the last year baye established the overwhelming? value of The Thricea-Wee- k World to every reader.' For an almost nominal sum it has kept its subscribers informed of the progress of all our wars and, moreover, has reported them as promptly and fully as if It were a dally. With our Interests still extending throughout trie world, with our troops operating In the P,hll. ipplnes, and the great Pesldential campaign, too, at hand, its value is further increased, c The motto of The World is Improvement. It strives each year to be better than it was the year 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 news, paper, not a dally, published In America. We offer this unequalcd newspaper and Habtforo Rkpvblican together one year for ft 6$. Tbrice-a-Wtef- ". ,X .. THE ir. IMU4 salvo. t oa't Uaaw CORN. kuuw 'villi au. kaa. UWH UPMf" eight-sufler- eij rt ariofc UIAMT cpmtlCAL CO, aOO Ufcacvr SU Falla. ur . . oit5?' Tli Heal lrescrlpllon for Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; then why experiment with worthless imitations? Price, 50c. is tb oalr remedy ttalea cm build tin and gu whfoh a old people, beoausek U she only S. FOR THE BLOOD sttengtbea ranXna. r fvw rTii: ... vita m .uaw E -1.1 a iz . rnrr: .M. lit a ,7. SonSTchronJo Uloers. Bolls, or any other dlseasa of tho blood. Tetter Drib Tcaths.ilk2a.es rwlll be sent fro. by Swift Bpoolflo Co., Atlanta. O. tttSWS: rnrherW no chemical, whatjrec at! Jakalllaaullaea&'ralnUsilta. " jjr JrilBvlfMr WU,,t4teftUr.MtWuMj ., IP na mu7 Htra,BTWrlkM silUTa anThMllt. sUMtaMK Wl " "vfflillilHfUe tfiiMSMiii mm tBi tMMM. . f a m ye iHW a.it - ., r-' &- - The Republican and Loulavllfe Commercial, i year, fl. 25. The Republican and the Courier Journal, I year, jr. 25. The Republican and the Toledo (O 1 Dlade, t year, $1 35. The Republican and Louisville Dispatch, I year, ft 25. 1 year, The Republican and the f 1 50. Globe-Democra- The HaetoS Bepublkm. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PARTI 18 THE FODBTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, The Republican Is the best Advertising medium in this partof the country. Fine Job Work Dona en short Natice. Satisfaction Jo all Customers Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. Subscription $1 a year. No. 44. VOL. XI. HOW SOME MEN PROPOSE. HAHTPOKD, KY., TIIIDAY, MAY 26, 1899. don't they?' he said to her. in nn oDs PARROT'S REVENGE. hand sort ol way. 'Swell season in Fashion Doponds Somowhat Washington, spring, isn't it? We He Sought to Make tho Chickon tho Proposor. won't be a thing but married when ens Call Him "Unclo." the lilacs show up next spring, will "No," said the sweet thine in the we?' The parrot's homehad been changed . Valenciennes 'lace, trimmed dimity "Did you ever hear oi such assur- Since then it had been sourand gloomy. dress, "I really wouldn't care to have Hardly had it spoken a word, and, him fall to his knees, and 'exclaim in ance? "I heard of another bit ol brazen when It did, the words it used were a tone of passionate entreaty.' 'Give Impudence like that. She told me short and snappish, which plainly me but a single ray ot hope!' I think nbout it herself. He came up in the showed its anger. When fed it would that would be absurd beyond all evening and sat on the front rt-walk to the furthest corner of the things. I am sure I should leel like with her. cage and yell: "Get out, you rascal!" laughing ia a young man's face if he " 'Got promoted te $1,400 to day,' One day the new owner, trying to did aay of these ridiculous things. said, and theu he deliberately get on friendly terms with It, went up Yet I think even the old fashioned, he pulled out a piece of paper with a lot to the cage, and in a smoothing tone, - be high falutta', roy life would of figures on it. said: yon way of proposing " 'Did a little figuring on a pad "Does poor Polly want a cracker?" mentioned in JUm Austen's this alternoon,' he said. 'The thing At this the parrot glanced at him stories would be better ought to go through 'easy. Listen: as if saying, "Who are you?" and than the dreadfully olangy, matter-of-fac- t House rent, about 35 or 40 a month; then walked to the fut ther side ol the way young men have of propos. servant, $15 a month; gas and luel ' cage. ing nowaday .according to what at lot "Mind you, he hadn't ever said a "Now, why doesn't poor Polly talk of married girls tell me. Only yea word to her about getting married. to me?" he said. terday one of them told me how her But you ought to see what a pretty Still the parrot was silent. hnsband asked her. They had been home they've got now! "Polly," he begged, "If you will going together for six months. One "The diffident young men are just just call me Uncle, I will not ask you afternoon last October they were as the impudent to say anything else I" as matter-of-fac- t walking on P street together. She ones, too, I hear. You know little But nothing he could say had any bowed to a yonng man she knew. Mrs. Finally, upon " 'Awiully nice looking, Isn't be?' and what a quiet, Columbia Heights, eflect on Polly. bashful man her "Polly, say, call me, uncle, or yon she asked Jack, who is now her husher hnsband is? I often wondered will be sorry!" said the owner, rather band. how he ever mustered enough cour- angrily. duck, said Jack. age to ask her, and you know they The parrot remained as sullen as anyhow? But who's Isdouble-te- e, It,' were married. She told me about it ever. In no way could he get it to Don't I cnt in at all?' not long ago. They went car riding talk. . "She really didn't know what be one Sunday alternoon, and rode to "Well, ""Polly, when I come home meant. " 'Well,' went on Jack, 'yon're als the end of the 14th street line. Then tonight the best thing for you to do they got off and walked. He showed is to call m: nuclei" he said as he left ways telling me what a good looker her the house where they now live. the house. that geezer is. Now, is he the whole That night when he came back tnlng,and am I an "also ran," or do I She admired it. " 'I'm buying it,' he said. 'Got it Polly was as silent as ever. There it win? I just pass it up to you, you all furnished, too.' sat on its perch, with as haughty a know.' was the very first she knew of look as any parrot could put on. From "She didn't understand him this it, "It of course and she had to ask him its looks it wonld never speak again. time, either, and I don't wonder. if he meditated starting a boarding The owner thought otherwise. Goand don't "You're house. That made it comparatively ing to the cage he said, in a com. want to understand,' went on Jack. easy lor him, although she said that mandlng voice: "Polly, you rascal, 'All right Can you fix t for about she thought he'd heve a stroke, even call me uncle, or I'll fix yon!" months lrom datel That's plain then, before he got it out. But the parrot still held ita peace. enough, Isn't it?' "Well, they all appear to be as hap"One more chance, Polly, if you "It wasn't, though. py as can be, but I do think that I'd don't call me uncle, I will fasten you " 'I'lx what?' she asked him. a teeny bit more ot in the chicken house tonight!" he " 'The day and the hour,' said like to have just sentiment in a case ol that kind. I said, as he started to pick up the Jack. 'To get doubled up, you know.' think there's half enough senti- cage. "Well, of course he makes her a don't ment in the world, as it is." Ex. But the parrot said never a word. good husband, but just fancy being The owner was mad. Taking the proposed to in that dreudful wayl A Thousand Tongues cage in one hand and a lamp in the "You know my married cousin up Could not express the rapture of other he made his way to the chicken on the Hill? Well, Jim just 'worked a bluff that's the horrid way he Annie 8. Springer, of 1125 Howard house.where he dumped Polly on the puts It when he proposed to her. St., Philadelphia, Pa., when she found ground. Carefully fastening the door He'd been calling pretty regularly, that Dr. King's New Discovery for he went back to the house, chuckling and one night he showed uplooklnjn Consumption had. completely cured to himself, and thinking bow, glad her ol a hacking cough that for many Polly would be to call him uncle in as chipper as a lark. " 'Well, I'm off in a few days,' he years had made Hie a burden. All the morning. other remedies and doctors could give When morning came the owner, said to her. 'Nothing in the government service, anyhow. Going to re her no help.but she says of this Royal anxious to see how the punishment sign my job In a couple of days and Cure "it soou removed the pain in had worked on Polly, started to the strike out for Oklahoma to grow up my chest and lean now sleep soundly, chicken house. As he came near he something I can scarcely remember heard loud talking on the inside. It with the weeds.' doing before. I feel llkesoundlug its was the parrot. "She couldn't help but show that praises throughout the universe." "Ah, knevr that was the scheme to she was sorry, of course. " 'I'm sorry you're going,' she So will every one who tries Dr. make him talk," smiled the owner. said. She's a remarkably serious-minde- King's New Discovery for any trouble He quietly opened the door. Behold, of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price the sight that roet his eyes! Every girl, yon know. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free at hen, was lying dead on the ground, 'Yes, you ate,' he said, satirical,' J. H. Williams' Drug Store; every the old rooster was backed up In the ly. bottle guaranteed. corner, and the parrot was walking to 'Really, I am,' she said. and fro in front of blra, saying: "Call .Say,' be said then, 'if I thought me uncle, you rascal, or I'll fix you!" yon were on the level I mean really I you know, why er sorry, I '' Rocovors His Intellect After wouldn't; go, yon know.' For Infants and Children. u 'Why do you wish to leave so Half a Century. The Kind You Have Always Bought beautiful a city as Washington?' she Seneca county has the most remark Daars the asked him. 'Surely you don't exable example of a modern Rip Van Signature of pect to find a prettier place to live in?' Winkle ever known'ln this country. "Well, of course, this gave him a Mathias Steinberger, who lives with Modern Proverbs. chance to say that he was only stay relatives on a farm In Jackson town, ing in Washington on her account, Life is a bureau drawer which bat that as long as she didn't seem sticks, aud through n crack we help- ship, a few miles out of Fostoria, has recovered his memory and Intellect to care, etc., etc, lessly trust our fingers at the things after a lapse of years. "Another girl told me that the we would like to reach, Steinberger is a veteran ol the Mexsheer impudence with which her hnsVoman can't throw a stone, but ican war, and during that conflict was band proposed to her was simply cap- when she drops a flower pot out the a member of Payne's regiment of tivating. It was just about this time window she always hits somebody. Pennsylvania cavalry. His regiment and they were walking last spring, The Ideal woman is one whose pro participated in one of the famous through Lafayette square. served strawberries hold out until charges at the battle of Resaca de la " 'Trees and flowers look nice, Iresh strawberries get cheap, Threoloutths ot the bread cast up-o- n the waters returns because it has LING a string tied to it. Few wom?n can sit though a serTO HELP mon without hoping that the cook Securing frtt' won't let the dinner burn. In the chase alter happiness there dam from thi grip catarrh makt$ are too many crossroads and too few Ural fritndi or guide boat Js. Chicago .Record. fit iterator. D.anty Is Blood Deep. ps bread-anil-trea'Pair-looking d pbSEP!1Sy uMlw nswy'7'ifaa l CTrvl 3taBBBBy tr t m ;k the pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known romedy, Hrnur or Flos, manufactured by the CALiromriA Fio Sntur Co., Illustrate the ralua of obtaining llio liquid laxn-tlr- a principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them In the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system. It Is the one perfect strengthening laxa tire, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one to oTcrcomo habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from erery objectionable quality and and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or Irritating them, make It the Ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as ther are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the CAuronau. Fio Sntur Co. only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed 6n the front of erery package. e, An Excellent Combination. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAX yjLAXCISOO, CAX. xsw tout. jr. t. muisvilui xt, For sale bjr all Druntitt. Frit SOe. per bottle, ""iinf NICOTENIZED NERVES. Millions of America's nen day after eVn wilk tobacco, until leod t&tlr Iks Mrrrj bscems aleoUnhsd and the sa the H ERVES blood emp and crave ler mora tobacco. habit It's disease, Thai's called and la all this world Uira It but one guaranteed curs. NO-TO-BA- nnrs C. fW. aha fnlllfj.. kivM anlil la two years; 300,000 cured. 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CASTOR A WECURE EMISSIONS NnlMn. r.n L. mar. tltlmor&lltiD. tar men tats tb. ir I room or laUdl.-ufeeno. t lam "niihtlj louw." . 1hrJ l liroaue. hum. ntrrouinew, ireiing iQlilvtianu.waoi.irmiiiDiirBiHOBn. ,0.7 updi man tor dumd. in.rnea If. ol mmJiI happlnwa. N. matt.r rb.thir etui! br aril nmblll In Tooth. vaUtrelwfkDMf or Mznal .s(wt.our n.r u.uoa itmumbi mi innur.ijr rar.yuu. NO lat.r lu win cur. jvo. iiniiu nay Kipoaurs to.r llcsdtr, rvutiMiltitlii. tUrl CURE' NO PAY i ea xuo bu rii k. Too.' uiimuwi yon ui.h. miuri Dot Hit Ull eurw l)urN.M.U aba, or fifty-thre- e feebl. Younir Man Y.a ar. and hasftrdi p.rvouf, IriiUbl. tod .1 eitmbl.. You bMom. fortttful, raoroi., and dwpond.ati tloUhti nd plrapl.i. moiea tjtt. viictiM iso., tuwpiu form ui4 dawoostt couatuwoeo tb blLcbt of your .tUt.oce, 250.000 CURED rlt 11 WECUREARIC0CELE No in&ttflr how terloul Tour C takf hit, or how lout you but hkw hsvl It, our KfiW WKTIIOU TU1.ATMKNT will car It. lha "wormy vilai" rtturu Ia their norm.l ou&ditlon and beneo tb itiuAl organs rtoolrt proper nouriift meat The ontnl become vlUliteO. nil Brushes should be stood bristles downward to dry. Tepid salt and water strengthen weak ankles. Clean your child's first teeth and the second ones will profit Use a warm silver knife for cleaning ostrich feathers. Cut flowers last well with camphor in the water, A raw egg swallowed will detach a bone In the throat Deafness is often caused by boxing a child's ears. White, of egg brushed over morocco leather freshens it. Gray makes a woman look stouter than she Is. High heeled boots are known to cause spinal complaints. Cocoanut oil thickens and darkens the eyebrows. Robbod tho Grave. White of egg beaten np in coffee A startling Incident, of which Mr. acts as cream. John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the Use old newspapers to brighten np subject, Is narrated by him as follows: tinware. "I was In a most dreadful condition. ThatThrobblngHoadaoho. My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken,- .tongue coated, pain continually Would quickly leave yon, If yon in back and sides, no appetite grad- used Dr. Klngjs New Life Pills. ually growing weaker day by day. Thousands of sufferers have proved Three physicians had given me np. their matchless merit for Sick and Fortunately, a friend advised trying Nervous Headaches. They make 'Electric Bitters:' and to my great joy pure blood aud strong nerves and and surprise, the first bottle made a bnltd up your health. Easy to take. decided improvement. I continued Try (them. Only 25 cents. Money their use for three weeks, and am now back if not cured. Sold by J. II, a well man. I know they saved my Williams, Druggist, life, and robbed the grave ol another victim." No one should fall to try A Chinese Vlow of Americans. them. Only 50 cts., guaranteed, at This is how a Chinese visitor in J. H. Williams' Drng Store. this country describes Americans in a 11 Chinese paper: "They live months Tb Eaalr. King- ol All Bin!, is noted for its keen 'sight, clear and without eating a mouthful of rjee; distinct vision. So are those persons they eat bullocks and sleep in enorwho use Sutherland's Eagle Ey e Salve have, to bathe for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any mous quantities; they kind or granulated lids. Sold by all frequently; they eat meat with knjvea dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. aud prongs, they never enjoy them Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf selves by sitting quietly on their ancestors' graves, bntjump around and Quoer Advortlsomonta. kick balls as If paid to do it, and they Somebody has been collecting have no dignity, for they may be qneer advertisements from the paper; found walking with women' here are a few specimens: Sketoh of a Man. "Wanted An organist and a boy to blow the same." As a sample of what an old maid "Wanted A boy to be partly can do with a pen we submit the foloutside and a pattly behind the conn lowing: "Man is a animal ter." that chews tobacco and walks on the "Wanted A boy to deliver oysters forked end. Most men are born; we who can ride a bicycle." never heard ol but one that wasn't "Widow In comfortable clrcumstan-cc- s and he was made of mud, just for a wishes to marry two sons." 'Annual sale now on. Don't go elsewhere to be cheated come in Paluia. While riding furiously almost at' the head of his company Steinberg. ex'a horse stumbled and fell. The soldier was thrown violently over the animal's head, striking upon his own Lead on a pile of rocks. He Immedls ately lost consciousness. He wus taken to a hospital, and, although he wis able to relate the manner In which he was hnrt, has memory and all power ol observation left him from that time. Since the accident Steinberger has lived the life of those who lived fifty-thr- ee years ago and nothing was ever changed to him. During that long period ot mental aberration he has frequently aaid that he was twenty one year's of age and that at the next election he lnlly Intended to cast his vote for Gen. Taylor for the Presidency. A day or twoago while he was watching some workmen operating a he was struck on the bead with a piece ol flying wood and knocked senseless. He did not recover for some time, but when he regained his faculties a curls ous expression stole over his face aud he looked like a person just awakened from a long sleep. He had complete-l- y recovered the powers he had lost over half a century ago. Steinberger made a visit to Fostoria. Although he has lived within a few mites ol several towns for years, everything appeared strange to him, and his complete bewilderment at beholding electric cars, telephones In operation and ether modern appliances was laughable had it not been that those who knew the case were disposed to entertain sympathy for him. He wandered around town with as much interest as a child would in attending its first circus. As he finally climbed into the wagon to journey home again be remarked that the world bad gotten so far ahead of him that he feared that he would not livelong enough to catch np. His expression when be saw bis reflection in a looking glass and found that he was old and gray instead ot yonng and full of vigor was pitiable. Cleveland telegram to the Chicago Chronicle. buzz-saw, VERY BRIEF But Solid Suggestions For tho Housokoopor. Never let a child sob itself to sleep. Lemons stowed . separately In dry sand keep iresh. Sufferers from dyspepsia should not drink while eating. Brush a baby's hair, but do not comb A heated knife cuts freshly baked bread well. Mustard plasters' made with white of egg do not blister. Stir your starch with a piece of wax handle. Tomato juice removes Ink stains from hands. Black cotton stockings should never be ironed. Mix fullers' earth and cold water to remove grease from wall papers. Gilded articles coated with oil of laurel sq&re flies away. To reduce a donble chin constantly tap it with the finger. A bedroom crowded with furniture is very unhealthy. Onions Jn any form are good for children. Keep a marble in the kettle to take . it up the "fur." ' sample. Man's life Is full of disapGeneral Wrecttry. pointment, growls and corn-co- b pipes. STATR OPPJCIAtS. He goes forth like a lion in the mornGovernor Willlam.OBradfey. ing and leaves the wood for his wife Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-Ingtoto chop, and In the evening he sneak " etli home with his pants ripped, and Becretaryof State Obarle PMkf . raises Crln about hard times, He Attorney General W. 8. Tafia. has la grippe on road working day, " Auditor Samuel H. Btoas. and walks twenty miles to a circus. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner oi Agrioultsre, HorHe will chase a jack rabbit lour miles and Statistics Lucas through the snow, and then borrow a ticulture horse to ride half a mile to the posts Moore. Superintendent Publio Instruction--. office," Ex. W. Daviwn. Register Land Office Chas. O. Co uk lied 23 Tear. I suffered for 25 years with a cough, Reynold. and spent hundreds of dollars with Insurance Bureau Uommissioner-- D. doctors and for medicine to no avail W. Corriingore. nntil I used Dr. Bell's Adjutant General D. R. Collier. This remedy makes weak lungs State Librarian Miss Paul Dean stronir. It has saved my life. I. B. Hardin, Rbswell, Grantsburg.llt. Tor sale by RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. z. vvayne uriuin & uro. ti Jno, O. Wood; chairman; J. F. m A Fow Points on tho Mortgage Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F, BrOvrn. CONGRESSIONAL. The mortgage is a Senators Hon. William G. L!nd institution. aay, Hon. W. J. Deboe. It always holds its own. Representative F6Urth District It calls for just as many dollars when Hon. D.H. Smith. grain is cheap as when It is dear. STATE LEGISLATURE. Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. It is not aSected by the drought. Representative Ohio County Hon. It is not drowned out by heavy rains. R. C. Jarnagin. It never winter kills. OHIO COUNTY. Late springs and early frosts never CIRCUIT COURT. trouble Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owen Potato bugs never disturb it. boro.- Moth and mst do not destroy It. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney It grows nights, Sundays, rainy Owensboro. days and even holidays. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. S. A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. It brings a sure crop every year and Rowan Holbrook, Master Commis-sionsometimes twice a year. Hartford. It produces cash every time. G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund It does not have to wait for the Hartford. market to advance. 8. T. Stevens Sheriff Hartford. It is not subject to speculation of Deputies D. Ml Hocker, T. H. Ben the bulls and bears on the board of ton, R. B. Martin and .W. H. Tinaley. Court convenes first Monday in of trade. It Is a load that galls, frets and March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and chafes. two weeks. It Is a burden that. the farmer can November COUNTY. COURT. not shake off. Jas, P. Miller, Judge Hartford. It is with him morning, noon and M. 8. Kagland4CIerk Hartford. night M. L, Heivrin.Attprney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first' Monday in It eats with him at the tabic. It gets under bis pillow when he each month. QUARTERLY COURT. sleeps. Begins on (he second Monday in rides upon his shoulder during It each month. the day. COURT OF CLAIlia. It consumes his grain crop. Convenes first Monday in January, It devours his cattle. and Tuesday after tho second Monday It selects the finest horses and the in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. fatlctt steers. N. Moxley, Surveyor. It Uvea on the first fruits of the G. D. Royal, Assessor. season. Rogers, ' , J$ n. , J. mm it ei ia mm Tour liow.lt With CaswreU. Candy Ctoartlc, cor. conatlpatlod loniiK SOcSSo, If O. O.O. fall, Uragstaureraad mosey. BdiiMt . i 1 - two-legge- dim vision made clear, styes removed JUSTICES' COURTS. and granulated lids or sore eyes ol T. A. Evans Court will beheld speedily and effectually at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, any kind cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle September 1st and December 18th. Eye Salve. It's put up In tubes, and B. F.i Graves' Court will be held sold on a guarantee bv all good drug- atBuiord on March 30, June 2?,8ep-tembgists. Forsaleby Z. Wayne Griffin & 28 and December 21. Bro. tf 8. J. WBLLER-Cb- urt will bo held nt Sulphur Springs on March 28, Juno BtaratU yf Ikl KM Yw His) ahwrt kajff 27, September 26 and December 23. II. B. Taylor Court will be held at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, September 2, and December 9. V. A. Rone Court will be held at 00 YOU WANT TO MAKE H0NF,V! 810 10 S33 PElt WKK GUAHANTKED Centertowh on February 13, May 29, We want Intelligent, hustleng reps, August 28 and November 1. CITY DIRECTORY. resentatlves to handle the most bean, W. H, Barnes, Judge. tlful and popular line ol fast seelllng J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. books and Bibles every issued by any TOWN TliySTKJtS.' quick sellers, low bouse. S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. "- I, A. Thomas, Treasurer. retail prices, liberal terms and fair . Jno. E-- Bean, Sec'y, dealing are the Inducements we offer. Geo. Klein. Credit given and freights paid. We A. D. White. want yon with us. Write us by rePreston Mortoa Post No. 4. G. A. turn mail. R. hold their regular meeting Saturday before the first Sunday (n each THE HUDGINS PUB. CO., month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p, 44 Keiser Building, Atlanta, Ga. W. A. Carson, Com. tu. John C. Cuambkrlain, Adjt. I.naf Irritation Is the forerunnerof consumption, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure It, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there, 35c at all good druggists, tf Thrice-a-Weeer Wtaa JEjm Are Made Strong, W. Hunt,' Coroner Sulphur Springs. O. R. Campbell. Poorhousa Keeper, Hartford, h. Fon Bchool'Supt. OJtaioilIA. fJewyori? World k Edition. Practically a Daily at tho here." "For sale A pianoforte, the property of a musician with carved Pncoofawookly, legs," i'Wanted A room by two gentlemen about thirty feet long and twenty feet.broad." "A lady wants to sell her piano, as she is going abroad in a strong Iron frame. "Wanted by a respectable girl, her passsge to Europe; willing to lake care of children and a good sailor." "To be disposed of, a mail phaeton, the property oi a gentlemen with a movable headpiece as good as1 new," "Lost near HIgbgate archway, an umbrella belonging to a gentleman with bent rib and a bone handle." "Lost A collie dog by a man on Saturday evening answering to Jim with a brass collar round his neck and a muzzle." "Mr. Brown, furrier, begs to announce that he will make up gowns, caps, etc, for ladles out of their own , NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CORED. wi CURES GUARANTEED IMraTgNUV, OI.KKT. KHIMIONri. BKMl- ILTIIltU. VAHIUUO'KLK. . AMU Kill- MA W. trt anj cur. HYi'HILIS, mxi ben TKEATMC; ior a 0UI.8' $wti?iffim DRQ. WW JKassasssT "THR making friends ot this kind for many years. It cures OVsissssssssssssssssssssssssssssiisssssssss catarrh whsr ever located. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. X. Cm JtrC. Jtr. ui:avi:u uah, KORTII BOUND. kstiuktaui.c. 4-- u w No. No. No, No. No. 204, 232, 222, 202, 294, Accoratno(latiou..6;02 Accorntnodatlou,.12.4l (5:52 Fast Mall Local Freight. . . .8:10 Fait Mail a. m. a. p. p. n, m. m. in. m. SOUTH BOUND. 12.20 p. m, No. 203, Fast Mail No. No. No. No. 231, Accommodation.. ,8:37 p, ra. 221JLccommodatloD.12;20p. ra. 10:30 a. tu. 201, Fat Mall 293, Local Frclgutf.. .2:40 p. m. f0y (Tlfty C.olv Qusnisteed tobaocuhabll curt, makes voak mta UruuK, Hood purs. Mo, St. All dra-(U- of S Twenty eighth St, De d troit, Mich., Is one of tin many friends. Thlalswhat of she says to Dr. Ilartman: with "Wo have used your Uio most remarkable results and would not b without It We have always recommended it to our friends. A few years ago I purchased a bottle of your and after aeelng Ita reaulta, recommended it to my grocer who was troubled with dyspepsia, the curing of which Induced her to soil It in her atpre. Hha has sold large amounts of it My daaghter has juat been cured My pen ot jaundice with would grow weary were I to begin to toll you ot the numerous cures has effecUd In our Immediate vicinity within the last couple ot years, " Dr. nartmao, President ot the Surgical Hotel, Columbus', Ohio, mill counael women and'presdrlba f or this yearJkM of. qMiJe? Every suffering woman Should 'write for special question blauk for woman, and have Dr llartmau'a book, "Health and Bsautr." All druggUU sell thou-aan- Urs.U.ades, Clean blood meana a clean akin. No beauty without it. Ctacareta, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lary liver and driving all imto purities from th. body. Jlegin banLh pimples, boll., blotches, blackhead, and that aickly bilious complexion by taking Caicareta, beaut for ten cent.. All drug-gutaatufaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. Curoof FoVor B Motors. Fever blisters are generally due to, first, malaria, or some disorder of the stomach. There are other causes, but the two mentioned are the most general. If your fever blisters are from malaria, dose up on quinine and a cathartic. If from a disorder otthe stomsch, look to putting the stomsch in order. Fever blisters are sometimes caused on the upper lip by shaving the mum tache off. The Up Is suddenly exposed and gets fever In it. If yours are caused by this, rub powdered alum upon them and they will disappear within twenty-fohours. ur lives a happy wife. She writes: " I have used Mother's Prlend before two confinements. The Isst tima I had twins, and was In Isbor only a few minutes. Suffered very little." Theresson why uut in 1 Mx S, S. Is a Graat Btosstos to ivansas Old Peopl. ' It Gives Them Mother's Friend does expectsnt mothers so much good Is because It Is sn external liniment, to be spoiled upon the outside, where much of the strain comes. It helps because the pores of the skin readily absorb It, snd It comes Into direct eontsct with and Is absorbed by the parts Involved. Morning sickness Is quickly banished, snd nervousness Is Eept completely sway. The sense of dread snd foreboding Is not experienced, even during lsbor Itself. Confinement is short snd slmost without pain. Recovery Is quick snd sure. Best of all, Mother'a Prlend benefits the unborn Just ss much ss the expectant mother, and when the llrtlo one comes It will be strong, lusty snd healthy. Dmni.U Mil MtW Ptal for f I a atU. S.sd for our frt. book oa th. aubj.ct, fin.ly llla.trat.il. TUB DRADPinLD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, OA. skins." A Frightful Blunder so from which thv "?? the remedy which. wM toe, ttolfrntow young . b, new- - strength aid Ilia to the whols body. U Increaaea Ing the appetiU. biT'Ms up the energies, and sends now JIf. alvlne blood throughout the entire syatem Boston, writes TT Broadway, 8outb Mrt BaVah good health "I am seventy ? Iold. and had not enjoyedways, and In was slok in different for twenty years. my addition, had JJctoma terribly on on of wouldlegs. The never be age, I doctor .17- that, on account of my fL a. B. and It cured ma .,. . said 1 - VTV": - "u" r, .V.nf A..n tattle I auu am v "",r.h.e " completely, aa I aver did In my life." r t well eightMr. J.W. LovW.of Coiiu!tt. Oa., saysi "For Ion on I suffewd tortures from a fiery runt thtr een my ilia. I triad .too every kupwu remady. but 1 New Blood and Life, l? psp. W,s5i '&. nearly all of the sickness among unnecessary. The striking and important events ot the last year bave established the overwhelming value of The World to every reader." For 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 fully as if it were a daily. With our Interests still extending throughout tb.e world, with our troops operating In the P,bli. Ipplnes, and the great Pesldeutlal campaign, too, at hand, Its value Is further increased The motto of The Thrlce-a-Wte- k World is Improvement, It strives each year to be better than it was the year before, and public confidence in it is shown by toe fact that it now circulates more than twice as many papers every week as any other news paper, not a dally, published In America. We offer this uneqnaled newsparjer and Hartford Republican together one year for fr 65. Thrlce-a-Wee- """"."! . u THE woa't CORN up HJjuncl Ttia BmI l'rMrlpilon for Ctillls and Fever ia a bottle of Grove's TasU less Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; then why experiment with worthless Imitations? Price, 50c m Will often cause a horrible Burn, Scald, Cut or Bruise, Bucklen'o Arnica Salve, the beat in the world, will kill the pain and promptly beal it. Curek Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup-tlonBeat Pile cute on earth. Only 15 eta. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by J, II. Williams, Druggist. Uibo well again. I my blood thorougUr, saw at&w SdrU. Tttir Umtir ira t 1 Uu r U MA. fcM 0M1W4 itTUTEcJlW Prv rcyt T anS-aio- took B. 8, B., and it cleansed I fm In perfect haaltlt." U1AXT CpKMICAL CO. .m. S. FOR THE BLOOP build ap.and strengthen tooauaek U U k taVsWttflsl raaM era ea only .which U ZSttJfftZL' rXaTler-anMl&imlLrf Orai sar- - nS ehsmlcal. Borofwa, Cancer, Eosema Mtunatlf-- t, of the- blood. BomVCbronJe Ulcers. Bolls, or any other will bo seat frea by BmUt Bpoolflo Co.. Atlanta, 0a, d IP'?! hi. it,tKrfcs?-- ! i vmsi U 4Mf for Utaaii, wIUkJI 1 . Ukult -- Minn HCaii.. j a1 vaB ' I AtrZvSSiLrli VBt mrTmm mW 11 bbmui Mat lW ! 01.fAtlaUlr.SMraaWaay . IMal'eVBLAC) airacamt." sav U W. usaUl Ull imi t UlM, MM4J M-- Ilk WllUflll ifrsfcnarf lattiliajlfciiili lrfa , 11. rfarfr a hi i .,.!! wMiqrtframM - WP r mfiiifgrim,mf' ty.riW.ffrSafayyijitfifawl'j Hai'tfor'd Republican, out mmn ijm tb wo iiruviui-'lunril Friday bj the iiARTroKo pcni.inninu iojipant Incorporated. J otbef c0(Ja. Fon Rogers, Jho II. Thomas, EDITORS. Office on Fox Stroot. Subscription, $1 per year In advance ce feathery palms, and fountains of cold waters which gush up from the sands and flow away through meadows of sweetest grass. Even so FRIDAY, MAY a6. does the poor school teacher plod on his weary the Desert of t AaraTOTrarcT-- t Life, encountering the sand storms of criticism which envelope him lu their IOR THE HE1SATC folds and distract his attention from the way he is following, destitute of lion. ff. rnfcD Loaa. We areauthorlzed to announce Hon. the water ot sympathy and the food of encouragement except that which be W. Fred Long as a candidate for the receives from his professional fellow, office of State Senator in mis inesaev-ent- b Senatoiial District, subject to the camel. And, as he presses on tbroagh fied woman physician associated with action of the Republican party. the scorching sands, weighed down by any proprietary medicine firm. It is cera load of responsibility as heavy as tain that there is no one, man or woman, VAST. X.I. HOWARD. that of tbe fabulous Atlas who held who can show an experience or record We are authorized to announce tbe heavens upon his shoulders ; di- equal to that of Dr. R. V. Pierce; more Capt. N. T. Howard, of Morgantown, rected In his way by his master, the than thirty years of treatment of wompercent, as a candidate for nomination for the public, that 'Hydra-headething' in en's diseases with ninety-eigh- t Senator-ia- l State Senate, in this the 7th which every member irrespective of cured out of more than women treated. Sick women can conof the district subject to the action youth or ignorance, thinks blmsell sult Dr. Pierce by letter absolutely free Republican patty. much more amply qualified to run a of charge. Every letter is held as school than the man who has both strictly private and sacredly confidential. The laxity oi the administration of wisdom and experience, be has his All answers are mailed securely sealed in IVR BEMWEJrrATIVE. dreams of oases where he can rest in perfectly plain envelopes. Address Dr. justice by our courts, and particularly II OX. R. C JAIUf AGIN. the protecting shade of Recognized R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. the inadequate punishment inflicted We are authorized to announce Hon. Achievement, secure from the unskill Dr. Pierce' Favorite PrescripR. C Jarnagln, of Beaver Dam, as a upon Taylor for the killing of Logs-do- n ed band of his present master and un for Repcandidate for was the occasion ot a largely attion makes Weak "Women assailed by the choking sands of Criti resentative, subject to the action ot the tended cism, where he and alt those be leads Strong and Sick Women Well. mass meeting at Owensboro, Republican party. by the band may drink trom the gushSaturday night. The following resoand where he ing fountain lutions which were adopted by the may satisfy his hunger with the succu- ter awhile from the confines of the Dkwey, the hero of Ma- meeting should meet with the hearty Admiral lent grass of Adequate Compensation district is heard the rumbling and nila, is on his way home and his recep- approval of "Yet all these are dreams and In the thundering of the redoubtable school every good citizeu in this hurrying rush of business, dreams trustee, and the faces of tbe patrons, tion when he gets here will excel in Judicial district: betoken must give way topractical application like the clouds and pomp and grandeur the welcome giv"Whereas, We view with alarm the The first thing is to secure a school storm. As it comes nearer the teach upon his historic visit to prevalence of crime in this community en Lafayette The Hon. M. L. Heavrin, of Ohio before starting in to teach. There are er is able to distinguish amid the this country a little more than a cen- and desire to do what we can as good county, is an announced candidate for various ways of doing this ; but the thunderings the words: 'Too much citizens to remedy this condition. best ways are accompanied by trials larnin' ", "Don't want Sal to know tury ago. "Resolved, That we will endeavor Attorney General. He is at present and tribulations. The pages ot His more'n her mother,' 'Hang these uonoramy and uwiuily to create a County Attorney of that county and tory abound in stories of the pride of ways 'I Auditor Sam H. Stone has form- public sentiment in favor of law and is teceivlng favorable mention for the the knights of chivalry and the scorn wasn't taught like of teaching,' can that and I ally announced for the Republican order, and against crime, nomination. He is highly fitted for tul indifference of kings to mundane tend to my affairs all right,' But the "Resolved. Thatwerccoznize in the nomination for Governor. Col. btone things; but these historians would teacher undismayed by the thunder character and habits of the present the place, ranks among the first law never have written about tbe pride or tbe wind and rain, raises tbe is a good man and has made an ex Commonwealth's Attorney a harmful yers in the State and will no doubt and scornininess 01 aristocrats and school law over his head as an um cellent officer, but his entrance into example and a Iruitiul source of law. be a leader In the race. Burkesville kings, if they had known anything brella and the whole throng glides the race at this time can be productive lessness, and we lavor his retirement Herald. about the average school trustee. Like harmlessly by and the sun shines 'Truth crushed to earth e of Job, "he rejoiceth in again. the of nothing more than a little adver- from office at the earliest possible opHow Sho Walked. portunity. his strength" and woe betide the luck- will rise again' and although the justising. "Resolved, That we emphasize the less pedagogue who tremblingly ap- tice of the teacher's position wins "I was a constant sufferer from proaches this pursy official and timid- the day, yet he finishes the school, 01 tne election or omcers The Owensboro Messenger makes a importance who are upright and able and just in rheumatism. At one time I could ly hopes that he will allow him the liked by not more than half the peodaily effort to help the waning cause their administration of the laws and, walk only with a crutch. I read privilege of working at half pay. His ple in the distict, poor In purse and of Senator Goebel by copying editori- the selection oi jurymen of intelligence about Hood's Sarsaparilla and began corrugated brow bears evidence of his weak in health, and departs to spend the next six months hunting an opin wrath als from the Goebel press, and its and integrity." taking it and after the use of two bot- seemly at being disturbed the this un portunity to repeat the same old grind manner. He gives shrink clippings are taken chiefly from the Next Tuesday morning every citi- tles I was relieved. I have never ing applicant to understand that he is "There is an old story of the Pied Glasgow Timet, and so chiefly so, that zen who loves his country and revere been troubled with rheumatism since. bothered to death by these pesky Piper ot Hamlin, who destroyed all one wonders why Urey don't run the its flags, should hasten to the grassy Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medi school teachers already. However,after the rats in that town and was to get a a legal amount of delay, he says that thousand guilders for his trouble; but Glasgow Times as a supplement to the mounds that mark the slumber-place- s cine I ever took." probably he will get the school and upon being offered but fifty instead, he Miss Reid Ingram, Drake, Ky. ileitenger until after the convention. tells the applicant he is for him. The carried off all the children as pay of our soldier dead and weave floral wreathes about their tombs in honor Hood's Pills are the only pills to applicant thanks him, tells him he ment. to How truly could that be applied our people who pay for the will depend on him and then sneak-ingPeffer, the noted of take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. their heroic deeds upon the goes into the very next district education of their children. We who Kansas Populist leader,whose whiskers fields of battle. Go plant and applies there for be knows that as a nation see tbe commercial value SMALLHOUSE, KY. have been the occasion oi unnumbered no credit can be given to tbe promises of things so well ought to see that above the silent vault of each sleeping paragraphs, has denounced newspaper May 32. The time for holding the of school trustees and kings, and that the education of our children is of hero your country's flag, whose every admit-tanc- e the archer who expects to bring in more value than anything else in the Populism and is knocking for Btar is the price ot blood our soldiers Republican State convention is draw world. Ought we not to pay a thons game bad better carry a full quiver. to the Republican party, but shed in some awful hour ot the bat ing near, and it is the duty oi every "Having secured a third class school and, or a hundred thousand guilders, certain Republican papers are insistrather than to offer fifty and have our tle's rage. Why.we do not know; that good Republican togive some thought, after riding nearly all wlnter.the next children led away by a Pied Piper ing that Peffer must shave, or at least who as a candidate would reflect the thing in order is the examination. it should be so we may deplore; but greatest honor upon the Integrity of There is a feeling common to the un whese name is Ignorance? For it is a crap his whiskers, before the door is I well established fact that brainy, cap every enlightened liberty tbe world path of the initiated the State, and be most likely to lead teacher isthat tne with roses. school able persons make brainy, capable opened for bis reception. strewn was won on the field enjoys If this teachers and vice versa. Since the party and its principles to victory, be true, and they are roses Instead of the The Democratic fight for the nom oi war, amid some maddened hail of in the coming political contest; apples oi Sodom, we wish to show pay of a teacher is less, in proportion ination for Governor has taken on a stones, or poisoned darts, swift from which will settle the question, as to that like all roses or apples they are to the knowledge and labor required in other pursuits, the persons beat calmer aspect recently. It seems to be tbe giant's brawny arm, or more aw- - whether Kentucky shall be controlled only obtainable through labor. One qualified for teachers are forced into of these roses which would vie with will tul still, amid tbe thunderous crush of by the will of the people as expressed generally conceded that Hardin the labors of Hercules, Is an examina other callings. Therefore the instrucreceive tbe nomination and this fact the modern Btorm of battle that rakes by honest elections at the polls or tlon. Cooped up in a room without tion of children is left to inferior minds to a great extent, with what probably accounts Jbr the decrease pf the field with the cruel vengeance of by trickery and fraud, as perpretrat-e- d communication, be has to fight out result needs no demonstration. When by the infamous Goebel election the battle alone. There be is ques- I think with whatTeverence teachers energy in tbe fight. We would not the angry gods of war. Then he who tioned on every known thing from toss a penny to decide the contest, quit tbe hollowed presence oi a weep, law. There are many good men in pole to pole,' and much to his sorrow, were regarded In the ancient days, the party and from among these we in many things totally unknown. So when Socrates was made to drink and have no other interest in it except ing rnother.or a faithful wife and lisp should select the very best as our that when his papers are looked over hemlock because be taught a year af to give our readers the benefit of our tening babe and goes out to meet the expired, Dante standard beaters. They should be he stands In a position to appreciate ter his certificate teaching when people approaching storm oi battle to do and observation. the the touching lines 6T the 'Bard of was exiled for men of unquestionable character and to die for his country and its flag deAvon.' 'Of all sad words of tongue or what he saw in Hades, when Baalam The ladies of the Woman's Club ot serves to live in the hearts of his coun- ability. As it has always been the pen the saddest are these: It might was chased away from camp with principle of Kentucky Republicans to have been.' But he locks his sorrows kicks because he taught the truth Hartford are to be congratulated on trymen until tbe twilight of time shall honor first those who have shown by in his own breast to prevent tbe trus- about tbe Israelites, when Mohammed th wonderful success of their first ef- close the honor roll of heroic deeds. school from find- was driven away from Mecca for their achievements to be worthy of tees of his third-clasfort in tbe interest of the town and We should make haste to gladden the honor. Itseems, that Gen. W. S. Tay ing out about his misfortune and teaching that he was accustomed to use the Angel Gabriel's saddle horse. tackles it again. community in bringing into our midst hearts of the living veterans by generWhen lor.the man who has fought his way "Perhaps the blind Goddess oi For. wings 'a thousand years their cloudy tbe country. ous honors to tbe veterans dead for from the lowest level to honor and tbe brightest intellect of show expand tune is more kind to him next time such pictures around me' and and oi oppression, Their undertaking, If only giving the time is rapidly hurrying on tbe hoary distinction; would naturally be our and he" proudly finds himself credited community the opportunity to enjoy veterans toward that grand celestial most logical candidate for Governor at with 75 per cent., which means a cer- when I see the maltreated, half paid teachers of to day, I think that teach an intellectual treat be considered, is reunion above. the next election. And as a running tificate. During the summer he works ers must be considered a kind of Ish- to pay his board and then in the early maelite by commendable in tbe highest terms; the rest of the human race mate with Gen. Taylor on the Repub- fall school begins. As Jove Frou his experience in tbe County lican ticket for tbe office of Attorney Olympus and dictated to the sat in against whom it is just to raise the but that ib only the secondary object gods, hand of violence, and oppression. of their ambition. The first aim is to Court Clerk's office here and from ob General of the State, who could reflect even so sits the chairman ot the trus VALB " tees on the teacher's rostrum and Mas. make a park for Hartford and com- servation in similar offices elsewhere more credit upon the dignity of the views his kingdom, while the teacher Doafnoaa Cannot bo Curod munity and in this every citizen should in the State, the writer concludes that office, or be better equipped for the from policy and the children In ill- -, a convention of tbe County Court great battles of the campaign, than concealed derision listen to his sage by local applicants as they cannot lend a helping hand. diseased portion 01 me ear Clerks in a given division could be one of the most gifted sons of Ohio remarks. After a rambling discourse reach tneonly one way to cure deaf There is Ex-Gocounty, Hon. M. L. Heavrin, the far he ends by exhorting tbe boys to mind ness, and that is by constructional Northern, of Georgia, held wilb profit both to themselves the teacher and not to get into any delivered a speech at Boston Monday and to the people tbey serve. In no mer's boy, who was born in compart miscbiet. All oi which no doubt has remedies. Deafness is caused by an atlve poverty, but by his own untir- due effect as it Is well known the inflamed condition of the mucous Huh night on "The Southern negro ques- two offices we have visited have we ing of the eustachian Tube. When tion." The distinguished Southerner found the records kept upon tbe same ing energy has forced himself into hlgbeit ambition of boys Is to do just this tube is inflamed you have a rum. the front ranks of the legal profession what tbey are told not to do. Then bling sound or imperfect bearing, and said the way to stop lynching! at the plan. In each office visited we have oi the State. As both of the above wends he homeward and the teacher, wben it if entirely closed, deafness is South was for the negroes to bo good found one or more conveniences other lesser luminary, takes the rostrum and unless the iufhmation named gentlemen have been life long a and begins to waste ammunition in tbe result, out and this tube res tor. and quit committing crime. He ap- clerks lack, and we believe that a be taken Republicans, and have kept themtrying 'to teach the young idea how can to its normal condition, hearing pealed to the passionate love of a fath- convention oi this sort properly con ed selves tree from alt party factions it to shoot.' will be destroyed forever; nine cases er for his child to justify tbe barbarous ducted would be the means oi saving seems that the party would make no "Tbe term that follows Is bestllken-e- out of ten are caused by catarrh, v. tbe clerks much labor and tbe people mistake in choosing them as its Stan-daof Sam Hose, burning to an April day in which the sun which la nothing but an inflimed Northern's first remedy for lynchings considerable money. We have also bearers; to gethea with such rises gloriously and full of promise, condition ot the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars in the South is to tbe ne- observed that fees for similar work in men to compose the Legislature, as but soon a little cloud obscures its brightness and a few drops ot rain for any Deafness (caused by gro, but if that could not be acc.m-plish- the various offices are by no means Hon, R. C. Jarnagln, and X, T. How. descend, then out pops the laughing catarrh) case of cannot be cured by that ia more uniform, and this feature of tbe mat- ard. again and turns the raindrops to Hairs Catarrh Cure. Send lor cir sun the next best thing We could hardly expect anyine sun rises culars; free. lynchings. Just so long as men like ter might form an interesting and In- thing but victory at the polls next uasning uiamonas. higher, but with clouds flying lazily F. J. Chrnry & Co , Toledo, O Northern apologize for these unpar- structive part of the convention's November. Old Subscriber. around and with those streaks slantSold by Druggists, 75c. donable acts of barbarisim, that long work, especially for those clerks who ing downward In various directions, Hall's Family Pills are the best. It The Herald had the forming of a which betoken rain; the zenith is will the ignorant and vicious whites have not been long in office. The use ticket for the Republicans in the com- passed and in tbe afternoon the low Thoroughly Dlsroputablo. oi the South outrage humanity and of a book typewriter might be profitaing campaign, it would nominate rumbling of distant ttiunder and the shock the world with horrible stories bly diecussod by those clerks who sultriness of the air threaten a storm. The Louisville Dispatch is faithful Col. Belknap for Governor, some man The storm comes nearer, breaks, rolls ly maintaining its of savagery like the burning and have had experience with them. Our from the western part of tbe State tor oi tbe negro Hose. The bru- own popular County Clerk, Mr. M.S. Lieutenant Governor, a man from the swiftly by, and then the declining reputation for barefaced lying. In sunbeams shine out sweet and clear tal impulse of tbe sivage delights to Ragland, would be able to discuss the Tenth Congressional District for Sec- while all Is calm. Finally 'the Jiuu very large headlines it announces inflict cruel vengeance upon those book typewriter intelligently, having retary ot State, Hon. M. L. Heavrin seeks its couch in the western sea' that Hardin in his Owensboro speech who have aggrieved him, but experused one in bis office for sometime. It ofOblocouaty for Attorney Gener- leaving the weather as uncertain as "Took the Hide Off Woodson." before, The Louisville Dispatch has simply ience has long since taught mankind the the County Court Clerks, to al, a man trom the Ninth District for "Like this is teaching that the swift and sure execution of whom a copy oi this paper is sent feel Auditor, Prof. John C. Willis of the tbe beginning everythingschool. In degenerated Into n common liar. Is smooth It was shown at the recent Frankestablished laws are the best remedy an interest in this matter, will cor- Third District for Superintendent of and enjoyable; but look out, the cunfor the disorders of society. respond with this paper we will make Public Instructions and a man from ning urchins are only waiting, their fort convention that it had tost the amiability is forced; they will not re respect of tbe small number ot peoan effort to bring about a meeting ot the Seventh District for Commissionmain Ik the present contest tor the nomi- tbe clerks of a Judicial or Congress- er of Labor, Agriculture and Statis- seem thus long; and soon, when things ple who were disposed to uphold it tics. Such a ticket could not possi- appeargoing beautifully, a cloud will after it sold out to the L AN railroad. nation for State Senator in tbe Sevional district as they may suggest. bly be detested. Burkesville Herald, slight on the horizon, cerhaos a An eflort in tbe resolutions comenth Senatorial district! Tub Rerun-lica- n disobedience or a scarce sup is disposed to leave tho selection So much depends upon the purity pressed Impertinence, which having mittee to Indorse tbe Dispatch resulted The International Peace Conferbeen adjusted, things move along in a disgraceful defeat, every member of a candidate to Butler county, since ence now in session in Belgium will, of the blood that by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla many different diseases much better, for, at the expense ot a of tbe committee, save one, opposing it is Butler's turn to furnish the can- it is to be hoped, mark a new era in are cured. few tear drops, the nunils have ree ' " ognlzed that no Insubordination will such a resolution, didate. As long as tbe rotation rule the progress of civilization. That Chicago. Democrats wouldn't 'have be tolerated. And the sun shines Wben tbe feeble minded Carter unis lived by we insist that each coum wholesale slaughter of human beings Altgeld at their dollar dinner.but the more brightly, for. to respect for his dertook to address tbe convention be ty should be allowed, in its turn, upon tbe field oi battle should receive Louisville ducki swallowed him along scholarship the scholars add respect was hissed and hooted down to select fli own candidate with- - tbe taoctloD of christian nations will with tbejr other p'Uon, Fenttgrapb. (or his Justice ind firmness, Butal- - boio Messenger. post-offithick-growin- at Hartford Entered at the as second clasa mail matter. narea lies, uuuiumc ui- and honorable fered are capable men as 11 the caae In the present con teat. If Butler county should instruct for one of the candidates and Ohio and Muhlenberg should instruct for and thereby nominate the other can dldate and Ohio and Muhlenberg counties should instruct for and there by nominate the other candidate, at the next election for Senator, Butler county could claim, and rightfully so, that it had not had its turn in the selec tton of a candidate for Senator. We are only conceding to Butler county at this time a courtesy which we will ask of it four rears hence when Ohio county will be entitled to the candi date for State Senator, and at which time the Republicans oi Ohio county will doubtless insist that they are a better judges of the availability of their own candidates than those living outside the county. The friends oi both candidates in this county insist that the Republicans of Ohio county should send their delegates to the Senatorial Convention instructed for Butler county's choice for Senator, ijrAftwWiYiftlii,j"iiVai.liii,iVrw)tU.wiiiiifiiif'fTHE PEDAGOGUE'S W0K8, mX stungsly to poaUrlty a ft W Pn turics bonne. When tbe Ctiar of Russia suggested an International An unlucky school teacher who Peace Conference some time ago it failed in two examinations in Colorado and also tailed to secure any school, was received with derision all over the broke forth into the following lamenworld, but the Czar's note haunted tation which be wrote to the Superinthe lovers of peace until they finally tendent of his county: "In the scorching sands oi Arabia forced the meeting now in session, the first convention of the kind ever held. the patient camel pursues its way with a heavy load, without water, and alTbe Czar's note suggested the discus- most without food and la urged on by sion oi the following subjects, which an unpltying master. Yet as It plods are receiving consideration at the on. bricht visions of oases flit before its mind, where there is grateful shade of sitting. ij it to rjsvsetfuacni'i.'i'ii. 0(.UNnOWHR-ro"AI- ; sjublw 'jsv-'j- j JV:..; W - . -- jrt,:viL'2Z!'Z"Tt-.' 1! "'-- ' f from the vasty dceb." so can fH sVl , or Hotspur" 11, any man. " But will they so can bands of the conference now An agreement not to increase naval or military forces nor appropriations for their support for a period of years; interdiction of the use ot weapons or explosives more dangerous than those now in use; the prohibition ot throwing of bombs from balloons or the use ot submarine torpedoes or mines; the disuse of rams; application of the Geneva convention to naval warfare; neutralization ot vessels giving assist ance to vessels wrecked in naval bat-tiand the application of arbitration wherever practical. While we may not expect to see a general disarmament follow the Peace Conference now sitting, it is not unreasonable to hope that it may be the foundation for a new era of good feeling among nations and result in rendering wars leas frequent and destructive. While civilization was pushing its dominion over the savage islands universal peace was impossible, but now when the conquest is almost complete the wisdom of the Czar's proposal to disarm tbe world is at least worthy ot the thoughtful consideration of christian nations. e, come when you do them f " Shakespeare. How quickly Hotspur's wise and witty retort tears the tragic mantle in which Gtcndower stalks, and shows beneath the seer's robe, the motley of the mountebank. Most people would have taken the Welchman at hit word, and called him aeer, witltout noting the difference between to call and to command. Certain points or comparison are suggested between Glendower'a tragic claim and the comic claim made in some spe" I am a woman. cious advertisements. I understand I know all about woman. woman, and I can cure woman because I am a woman." The modem Mrs. Hotspur puts her finger right on the weak spot of that clamorous claim by saying : "Why if you can cure woman simply because you arc a woman, then so can I and so can any woman." Which very plainly brings out the common sense fact that the cure of diseases does not depend upon being a man or being a uvman but does depend upon being a trained and experienced fhyiician. There is, as fir as is known, no quali- call for Our May Clearance Sale Is a Problem of Miglit-Fore- e. The word "cheap" when mentioned by us applies to the price and not to the article. In every department our merchandise is of the very best quality. We are selling these good values at lower prices than somo others are asking for their cheap goods. Below noto prices: Scotch Lawns. Worth 7Jc per yard.our price 30n lor 10 yd Patterns. A cheap bargain takes money from the purse. Table Linens. Illencbcd Damask, 5G inches wide, would be cheap at 35c, our price, as long as it lasts, 25o per yard. Extra German Bleached Table Linens, tegular 60c goods. our price 39c. Extra Fancy German Bleached Gl inches wide,rrgular G5o quality.our price 40c. Don't fail to ask to see our 50c aud 65c pure flax Damask, worth f5o and 85o. Fancy Piques. Worth 12Jc and 15c, our price 10 cents per yard. d Bleached Cotton. bleached cotton, Masonvilie, Hope and yaid leugths, at per yard. Forget-me-not, (5ood Yard-wid- e brands, in five and ten Millinery. As tho Millinery season will soon be over, we have lo 0 4 Sheeting, in short lcngths,worth 20c our price, while it lasts, 10c per yard. jer yard; instructed our Milliner to put tbe knife In the Mill!, nery stock, as we do not want to carry anything In this line over. Our loss is your gain, which means 35 per cent, saved to you. Good jardwido Sheeting, regular 6c goods, In short lengths, go in this tale at 3Jc per yard, Clothing. Our Clothing stock it given up to be the finest ever brought to this whole Green Hivcr Country.aa every and made to our suit we have in stock ia tailor-mad- e order. As for tit, beauty and style, we iurpas all. sun-dog- Shirtings. Men's heavy Shirting, would be cheap at 8Jc, our price 6Jc. Check Shirting, worth 7Jc, our price 5c. White Goods. Worth 7c, go in this sale at 6c. tbe same low price. All other goods at Men's Underwear. Shirts aud Men's Jersey ribbed, all Drawers, would be cheap at 35c, sale price 10c each. Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, regular 75c goods, our price 48c. one-piec- e Lace Curtains., Three yards long, would be cheap at 75c per pair, sale price 50c. Extra quality Lace Curtains, three and yards long, would be cheap at 11.75, our price 81.25. All better grades at same proportion. war-hors- Mattings. Good quality Matting, regular 20c goods.our price 15c Better grades 25c and 35c. Ask to see our Oil Cloth and get prices. White Bed Spreads. White Spreads, would bo cheap at 859, our price 60c. Extra fine White Btd Spreads 11-regular 81 35 goods, our price 98c. Better grades 10-- Shoes. It has already been given up that we carry tho largest aud beat line of Shoes ever brought to Hartford. You should see them. Good Spring Style Drees Prints.worth 5c per yard, our price, while thoy last, 3 jo per yard. or ly ranging in price from $1.25, 81.50, 81.75, 82.00, 82.50, 83.00 and 83.50. Ask to tee them when in our store. blood-drenche- d Please remember we want all your produce. Highest market price paid. Asking you to call and get our prices, whether you want to buy or not, we are Yours truly, to-d- ay R. T. COLLINS, Momorlal Day, May 30. 218 of the G. A. R. will meet at the M. E. Church, Hayti, at 9 a. m. and - HARTFORD. WISELY SAID: The Washington Kidson Post, No. President McKinley "We Cannot Escape march from there to the cemetery and decorate the graves of tbe deceased comrades and march from there to the grove where r nice dinner will be served at 1 p ra. Rev, Piles will speak followed by others, and we expect a nice time. There will be excellent music on tbe ground, tbe Taylor Mines and Hattford bands will play for us. Everybody invited. Come one and all, let us have a good time on May 30th. G. W. Pwprs, Commander. C. Parks, Adjutant. the Responsibilities of Victory." We have met the enemy inlerior goods and high prices in the open field and have taken 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 the purchaser. We can give you anything In the way of Rough or Dressed Lumber, Doors, Windows, Sash, Finishing Material of Every Description, etc. We will sell you a house pattern and then a ss wagon to haul it horae. first-cla- M I II II 111 I II Mil I ik failing Heaves Best 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 above, and if that is not enough, we bavo 1,000 bushels ot men-lione- d Give corn for sale. Come to see us. warning oi Winter So the falling of the hair tells of the approach of age and declining power. No matter how barren the tree nor how leafiest it may seem, you confidently expect leaves again. And why? Because there Is life at the NARROWS, KENTUCKY. CAPTURED! "Wo Have Met tho Enemy and Thoy Are Ours" High Prices, Hard and trouble. He-Labo-r d Ex-Go- id ed roots. tbe balr So you need not worry about the falling of your hair, the threatened departure of youth and beauty. And why? Because If there Is a spsrk ot life remaining In the roots of iug AVER'S HAIR VIGOR will arouse ll into healthy activity. The hair ceases to come out! It begins to grow: and the glory of your youth Is restored to yuu. we hare a book on the Hair and Its Diseases. It Is free. roa da not obutn .IKb.Mn.flli m. el from tm lit. doctor u Uul It. th. visor, 1'roo.tilf wilt. four Mart li lorn. dioleiiHr "Mb vm it- wiirh 111.7 ...(if .r.i muni PR, ;,& AVH, tr.ll, Wms, 11 We have come to the Parmer's Kescue with Prices rent In twain with the determination that he shall not endure bard labor If he will only buy our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Cultivators. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and loss of time. Partners, before buying elsewhere, come and examine our large stock of Implements of every description. Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, Wagons, &c, &c. Prices Next to tho Last Thing Considered. Williams 34 & niUVim Williams, DAM, KRNTUCKY. i 99'rrW'nwrww-9-inr'nfi- I The Smith Premier Typewriter ...l4 At... - Economical Writing Machine. tt Thm .itd Btat Adrian Fruo ' CaishKllJ en sdtnlifle prtnctptt$ tnl of itmpU ptris. It I) Vu tail iforiife mtMMmtJt, RrptHilli tmtJuctJ tit thl minimum. A T It U Btal VttM ttW fot Art CVatvM. Smtth Premier Typewriter Company, 431 Wftlimt St, , Cinolnnail, O. 215 5th St. Louisville, Xy iii fcjSJgsifffi&'igiiS FAIR & CO Excellent in Quality and Low in Price Lend 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 "Peace Hath Her Victories op war," said Milton, renowned than and now, in the Spring, is the time to get a peaceful victory over the imparities which have been accumulating in the blood during Winter's The banhearty eating. ner of peace is borne aloft by Hood's Sarsaparilla. less It brings rot and comfort to the weary body racked by pains ol all sorts and kinds. Its beneficial effects prove, it to be the great speciflo to bo relied upon for victory. Hood's never diiappoints. Scrofula " Running scrofula sores msd 1110 shunned by neighbors. Medical treatment failed. A relatlr urged me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. Did so and In few months the sorea completely healed." Mas. J. M. Hitch, Etna, N. II. Catarrh-- " Disagreeable catarrhal drop pings In ray throat made me nervous and dlny. My llrer was torpid. Hood's SarMy saparilla corrected both troubles. health Is very good.'' Mas. Eltiba J. Smilit, 171 Main lit., Auburn, Maine. Tumors "A tumor as big as a large marble came under ray tongue and Instead of letting my physician operato on It, I uted my far or Its spring tonic. Hood's Sarsaparilla. The bunch soon disappeared." Mas. H. M. Coscss, 8 Union 8t, liowell, Masa. Will bo particularly interesting. SPECIALS. Read it. Compare quality, with prices others ask: 5c (or Ladles Ribbed Vest. 15c for 54 in. Turkey red Table Linen. 5c for 36x2: In. Honey-com- b Towels. 6c lor good heavy Crasb. ror Black Hose. 3fc for ladles' Ded Spreads-hem- med to-joe lor nse. 3c for Pretty Fans. 4 WASH GOODS. ISC for fine quality Dimity, loc for beautiful Piques. 7 Jfc for lair quality skirt linen 1 1 c lor pretty Madrss Cloth. 20c for lovely quality Marseilles. 10c for newlinestrlped percals 4c lor Sheer Lawns. 10c for solid color Organdies. Tb State Dental Association which ThoJonoa Lecture), met at the Mammoth Cave lost week On last Tuesday evening there as honored our fellow. townsraeu, Dr. J R. Phtle, by electing him Vice Presi sembled one of the mott Intelligent dent of that body. It was an honor audiences in the coutt hall that ever met in Ohio county. At the hour woithlly bestowed. mentioned Rev. Sam Jones appeared Twenty-si- x applicants lor certifi upon the stage to deliver his famous cates to teach in Ohio county this fait lecture on "The Battle ol Life and were examined here Friday and Sat- How to Win It," after being Intro, urday. The grading is about com- duced by Dr. Coleman in a few well pleted and certificates will be sent selected and appropriate words Mr out thts afternoon and tomorrow. Jones entered upon the discussion ol Rverybody should turn out to the his subject. For an hour nnd forty-fiv- e minutes streams of wlt,sparkllng Decoralon services at No Creek church next Tuesday, and bring well with practical truth, poured forth from filled baskets, as the sons of veterans an Inexhaustible fountain. Round alter round of laughter from and the teturned Cuban soldiers will the beginning to the eud of the lee materially Increase the attendance. ture greeted him and demonstrated We Invite attention to our splendid the high appreciation of the audience. clubbing rate by which we can send Eveiy person that heard the lecture you your home paper and the very was perfectly delighted with It and best city paper, both for a little more compliments in the highest terms the than the price of one, but in no case work of the Woman's Club. can we give our patrons the benefit of The lecture was a success in every our clubbing list unless caah is paid sense and that was due entirely to the in advance. untiring and constant work of the We have just received a carload ol ladies of the club. Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and Court Notos. Drills of the best make to be bad and are prepared to save you money on Com'th.-ys- . Marlon Likens sells all kinds of machinery. Call and see us before buying. Agents (or Ing liquor' without license fined machinery, y;i.7'Vwfa'5'i&ifl)iiei60g''',i tyl?&Pttf&&&ttt& Her Health Restored JU ijtf"rsr.s? l,-flHfflysf- c iJK i$3gjgWmtmxmmixsNi h4 J-- Jl BUYING WISELY. It's buying your home supplies at right'prices paying only for the articles what the articles are really worth that enables you to build a fortress of the savings. Economical buying, where the money goes the farthest, enables you to bunch the surplus places you in poaition to success; fully resist the financial blockades. t. haro experirealized TUenced It. by those who sleeplessness, Nervousness, B misery of s eeplessnssscsn only bt. cfwCtfo SaUakwiu the King of harvesting niLuiusrrmrr Hoois'iHIUciri Htm llli.U tym Irritating and imly cathartic to taV wltiTTToud't Com'th, vs. R. P. liquor without license Lafe Jarnagln, a crazy negro, of Com'th. vs. W. S. Hamilton, came into the court room lng liquor without ftoo. Henry Field & Son. parasols $1.00 for White China Silk Parasols. $1 50 for White China Silk Parasols, with deep ruffles. $1.00 for Fancy Plaid Silk Parasols. $3.00 for very hiadsome white or colored Silk Parasols, with Double ChlQon Ruffle. 50c for Children's Satin Para sols. HOSE. 35c for Ladles' Black Dropped Stitch Lisle Hose. istfc lor Ladies' Fast Black -- Seamless Hose. loc for Child's good guallty ribbed Hose. 35c lor the Fsmous Black Cat Hose. 5c for Men's heavy half Hose. loc for Men's Seamless Black Hose. Highest price paid for your wool, feathers, eggs, ginseng, etc. lUIFIIDTEUhXIFF ISHIOI Fair & Co., Prop'rs. I.- - AS SPRING IS NOW HER E ST You will find us prepared with a full line of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Millinery Goods, Shoes, Slippers, &c, which will be sold at prices that defy competition. Will give you prices noxtweok. 'Wo want your Poultry, Geese, Turkeys, Wool and all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market price Yours to please, . S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. Estray Notloo. About the 15th of January, 1899, there came upon my premises 2 steers, I black and I pale red. Markol the black: Smooth crop oil of left ear, crop and swallowfork iu right. Markol red: Smooth under-slola right ear. Both dehorned or mulies. The owner may have his pe property by calling at my home 1 miles uortlrof Centertown and Identifying same and paying, cost of advertising and keeping. Larkih Williams. 45 Stars lis OASVOXIXA.. TKHlnaTMHiWttwrifoiM Momorlal SorvlooB Will be held on Tuesday.May 30th, The pub-H- e 1899, at No Creek church. is invited to attend. Services will be conducted by Chaplain, Rev. Jo A. Bennett, ol our post. All graveyards should be cleaned out as we have 125 graves to decorate in different localities. Both the Blue and Gray will be strewn with flowers. You all can bring a basket with youy lunch and spend a day wilh your old friends. A program will be out iu time for the occasion. Preston Moiton Post No. 4 G. A.R. Wm, A. Carson, Commander. J. C. Ciiambrrlain, Adjt. TEACHERS, ATTENTION! A special term ol five weeks will bo onened at Hartford Uollege, wonuay, Juno 6th, 1899. A thorough review in all the Common School Urancbea Reading circle will be conducted, work and current events, specialties. Comeolu us and prepare for examU nation. Tuition, 11.00 per week: board 12.00 per week. Write J6r circulars and free information. T. J. Mobww, Pre. Vic O.M, Bruit, Pm. 6 Tuesday afternoon flourishing a mur $100. derous looking pistol and the prompt Com'th. vs. R. P, Her gaming Program. Wool Ingrain Carpets 50c. action of Sheriff Stevens in disarming fined $25. Fancy cotton chain carpets 35c the negro prevented a panic. Jarnas Com'th. vs. Joe Tlchenor petit . Hemp carpets 20c. Best The following is the program for gin was lodged in jail where he made larceny fined $3$. FRIDAY, MAY 26. Good Rsg Carpets 25c. the Decoration Day services at Barthe night hideous with unearthly Com'th. vs. Netter Gllstrap-rsell-iMice quality Mattings 11c. yells. He was taken to the asylum Jointless Mattings 1 8c. liquor without license fined retts Ferry, May 30, 1899: Circuit court will adjourn tomorrow. Assembly at 10 o'clock. Extra Cotton Chain Mattings at Hopklnsvllle Wednesday. J 1 00. Song, "Battle Hymn of the Repub. Field's 'bus meets all trains at Ben Burgess taking Com'th. vs. Very Best Cotton Chain Mat" We have just teceived a communi Beaver Dam. property without felonious intent-fi- ned lie." tings 25c. cation from Mr. J. A. Dean, referee March, and decoration ol graves. Floor Oil Cloth 18c, 20c & 25c. $25. Everything new in Straw Hats at in bankruptcy, stating that he will Songs, "Home Sweet. Home" and Spring Cleaning now on band charged Com'th vs. Tom Griffin Carson & Co's. not be able to meet the creditors in see us fur these goods. with the murder of Ben Carter, dis- "Tread Softly." Mr. ltd Davison, of Shreve, was in the cases in bankruptcy ofJohn L. and Song bychurch choir. missed. LACE CURTAINS. Luther Rock at the time first fixed, town Tuesday. Religious services by Rev. Ratcliff. A. B. Balrd, adm'r of A. B. Balrd, 50c lor one lot Lace Curtains, but has set May 27, 1899, at 2 o'clock Song. The Sam Jones lectures here were a deceased, vs. J. S. Coleman Judg 3 yards long. p.m. as the timeand the law office ol Noon. 75c tor one lot Lace Curtains, financial success. Shelby Taylor in Hartford, Ky., the ment for plaintiff, $ 149.50. Assembly at I p. m. 3J1' yds, long.beautllnl patterns. Of the sixteen indictments pending Mrs. Martha Wimsatt, of Narrows, place of meeting. The parties con$1.00 for handsome patterns Song, "We Come in the circuit court here against as Lace Curtains, 3 yards long. Oration by Rev. Reynolds. is seriously ill ol flux. cerned will take notice accordingly. . Curtain Swiss.in White Song, "Brave Boys are They." many young men, of McIIenry, for deSuits for men $2.00, Linen Linen or Fancy, ioc A talk on Education by Prof.Groves. Dan Hines and Wash Duncan, both taining a Mrs. Jones against her. will, . White Scrim 4c Song, "The Slumbering Brave." Pants 50c at Carson & Co's. colored, pulled olTa case not on the all were dismissed except those to 25c. Big line Shades 10c Recitation by Nannie Kissinger. Farming implements of all kinds, docket in court hall Tuesday. Evi- against John Shaver, William FishSong. dence in the trial bt another coou was er, Ed. Andrews,and Geo. W. AnderSon. Recitation by Bertie Coppage, for sale by Henry Field & under discussion and Dan and Wash son, who were revindicated, charged Song, "Battle Cry of Freedom." Mr. R. A. Miller, Horse Branch, were unable to agree about a certain Recitation, Emma Miller. with rape. gave us a pleasant call Tuesday. Recitation, Anna Wright. point and the discussion became so Will Glover was given a life sen Song, "Just Before the Battle." R. D. Walker Is the proud father ol warm that Hines undertook to cons tence in the penietentlary for the killRecitation, Lizzie Kissinger. vince Duncan with some barlow evi ing of Jim Duncan, both colored, and a bouncing boy born May 19th. Song, "My Country 'tis ot Tbee." Recitation. Emma Huff. dence and Duncan was about to oiler only the skillful management of forget to bring in your Wool, Don't Song, "The Fallen 3rave." a stone in rebuttal when Judge Walk Glover's Attorney, Mr. H. P. Tay Feathers and Hams. Carson & Co. Addtess, "American Soldiers," by Kaha, also colored, declared both lor, saved his neck. Henry Godsey. Goto Westerfield & Miller's for gentlemen out of order and the case Talks by old soldiers, and song, BEDA, KY. frest meats, lard, bacon and chickens. went over. It is not thought that "God be with You 'till We Meet Again." We sell Bedsteads at $1.50 and Oak either of the litigants will appeal. Rev. W. S. Winkler filled his reguS. F. Kissinger, Jr?, Vice Com. lar appointments at Beulah Sunday. Carson & Co. Dressers $7.00. Whittlnghill Post, No. 11. Just recently paper dealers and Miss Mildred Bennett, of Greenville, Dr. J. S. Coleman and wife, of printers have fallen into the uniortu. is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and cum: a coi.i in one Greenville, are visiting in Hartford nate habltol calling on newspaper pub- Mrs. B. M. Bennett Take Laxative Broruo Quinine Tab Deputy Sheriff Tinslcy was in Beda lets. All druggists refund money if lishers for money, and much as we rethis week. ' It falls to cute. 25c. The genuine has gret the development of the habit we Monday. Hon. John J. McIIenry, wife and Mr. John Riley, the stage driver, L. B. Q. on each tablet. tl are not responsible for it, but it neces- has moved to Owensboro. sister, Mrs. Rolph, Louisville, were sitates our calling on our patrons for Ashley is having chills. "Green Withes," by Jeannette II, Mr. W. C. In town this week. Mr. Peter Shown and wife were the Walworth the powerful complete novel money with which to meet these bills. We have just received another fine We hope onr subscribers will respond guests of W. C Bennett and wife In the June issue of Llpplncott's Maglot of Crepons in black for skirts and to this call with cash, and we promise 'Sunday. Suuday school is getting along azine, is a tale of strong human InterCarson & Co. dresses. them that' just as soon as our creditors nicely. est, touching, as It does, on one of the Mr. Henry Rhoads is going to vital questions of the present time. Dr. and Mrs. II. F. Bean, .of Nars quit this foolish custom of dunning us on Mr. janics Mrs. Walworth gives to environment rows, were guests of Mr. D. M, Hock we wilt notify our patrons of the fact move near uarttora and extend them Indefinite credit Ashley's farm. value in leading the reader family Wednesday. er's Mr. E. F. Nlmmo was the guest of its full However, in the .meantime send In his parents Sunday, from the old world to the n:w. How Will sell you a set of Chairs at the cash. Miss Iva Craig, of Owensboro, was pathetic is the situation ot the ill fated $2 50, cane seat Chairs $3.00 per set. visiting relatives in our community millionaire's daughter whom we meet The citizens of Hartford honored Saturday and Sunday. Carson & Co. in Romel Then the vigorous, indeour soldier boys upon their return The cool weather is keeping vege- pendent hetoine Mr. E. E. Bratcher and Miss Laura of the' latter pages. rapidly, hope from Cuba with a royal banquet at tation from growing so B. Park wete married at the residence Both are harmoniously and artistically soon. court house Friday night. The to see some warm weather the Mr. Charles Leach, of near Horton, set forth. The snapping of the green of the bride near Horse Branch, Wedhall was artistically decorated with passed through our town en route lor withes of convention, and the inevita nesday. , flags and bunting and the tables at Owensboro with tobacco the 23d. ble awakening are told in a forceful Mr. G. B. Taylor and wife of Liber- which Lvn.it. and Interesting way calculated to visiting their son, Mr. Shelby blue ty, are The boys in arouse the deepest sympathy. With their sweethearts true for fifty Cents. Taylor, and daughter, Mrs. S. T. Guaraateed tobacco habit eure, makes weak Stevens this week. Sat down to supper were lavishly man strong, blood pure. Me, II. All druggists. CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabdecorated with the prettiest flowers Mr. Frank Zlmmer, of Bird's Eye, OAK GROVE, KY. lets. All druggists reiund money II that willing hands could cull from Ind,, one ol the proprietors ot the garden and forest. The Committee it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine Mr. C. W. Ranney and wife, Select, has L. B. P.. on each tablet. tf stave factory at this place, was here d, on arrangements, Messrs. M, S, Republican Convontlon. were the guests of Mr. S. P. Ranney, Wednesday and Thursday. and Steve Sunday, We present the original and transMoses Mattingly, At a meeting of the Republican Ex beautiful little German Frank L. Smith, who was sentenced May,1abored with Industrious energy Mr. Charley Miller visited relatives lation of a ecutlve Committee, held in Hartford, poem by Uhland; to ten years confinement in the peni to get spread upon the tables a repast in Plncheco Sunday. Ky May 15. 1899. it was ordered: that was fit food for the epicurean 1. That a Mass Convention be held tentiary, at Hardlnsburg, was conveyFarmers are very much behind with O brlch nicht Steg, Dn zitterst sehr at the coutt house in Hartford on July ed to the Eddyville prison last Sun- gods. A number 'of clever speeches their corn planting on account of so 0 fall, nicht Pels, Da drauest schwer. m. for the pur day. Welt geh, nicht unter, Hlmmet, fall, 3. 1899. at 1 o'clock p. were made by citizens, and Capt. J. much rain. .nicht eln. pose ot selecting delegates to attend and Lieut. Oscar Blsb Keown Wheat crops are very snort. Eh, ich mag bel der Llebsten sein. Hon. N. T. Howard, of Morgan- - G. the State Convention which meets at op made excellent responses for the solLexington, Ky July 12, 1899. Mr. Tommy Shields and Miss Girdy town, a candidate for the RepubliTRANSLATION. sound DoueIas were quietly matried at the diers after which the mess-ca- ll . 2 That a delegated convention be can nomination for State Senator, 0 break not Bridge thou tremblest so at the home of the bride Suuday. held at the coutt house in Hartford Tues- ed.and we will leave the boys Ol fall not Stone.tnou tnreatenestjwoe. on June 8. 1899, at I o'clock p, m. for came over to the Joaes lecture table, We were about to forget to menMr. J. A. King and wife were the Earth, gonotunder,thou heaven abide. the purpose of nominating acandl day night tion the fair flower gatherers, Misses guests of John Smith and family Sun- Until I reach my loved one's aide. date for Representative and selecting CromwellTodge No. 692, P. & A. Laura Motton and Florence Morton, delegates to attend the Senatorial day. convention to be held at Beaver Dam, M. will not, on account of that being who from early morning till evening 1 Mrs. Sarah; Haven, while amusing Ky., June icth. decoration day, fill the grave of Bro, twilight hurried from garden to gar- herself with swinging at Mr. King's in said 3, That the representation H. Baize,May3oth as announced den and from forest to forest pluck Thursday: got her head caught beconvention shall be I delegate for John ing the brightest and sweetest flowers tween the swing and the framing every 25 votes or fractions over 12 last week. with which to grace the offering of a and had a severe gash cuton btr head. cast for James G. Bailey In 1897, pro Field & Son have secured an extra vided that no precinct anau nave less gratelul people to the returning sol All fear of the smallpox Is now have ample room to than 2 delegates and tbet Ceratvo and stable and-nodlers. banished from the little town of Seare included in this accommodate all their customers Point Pleasant j 1 can't take plain cod-livw. call and allowed two delegates eacb. The politest attention and the best of lect Notloo. be feed 4 That precinct conventions Oil. uocior says, uy iw for your horses. The war in the Philippines is prao held in each voting precinct on June About the first ol May, 1899, a bull, might as well tell me to melt 5, 1899, at 1 p. m lor the purpose ol Rev. Father M. O'Connor, pastor about 6 years old, cream color or Jer- tlcally closed and the Commissioners lard or butter and try to take selecting delegates to attend the of the two countries are arranging a county convention to beheld at Halt ol St, Joseph's Catholic church at sey, unmarked, and dehorned, came It 1$ wo ncrt anu them. plan of government for the Islands. Lcitchfield, will hold religious sets to Render Mines farm, Owner should ford, June 8th. But ' i will upset the stomach. 5 That vacancies in the County vices at the residence of Mr. Lewis come alter him. at eatllest convenience. The Democratic patty got on the ran kf ....... -- mis VW. .... milk or cream.- T Committee Irom the following pre- Gunther at 7 o'clock this morning. JVM Lon Millbr, Render, Ky. 45 wrong moral aide of the Union quescincts be filled by election at the preMill so you can take tion, of the emancipation question, of cinct conventtou : Notth Rockport, Marrlagos. Rev, Jo B, Rogers, Moweaua, III,, South Rockpoit. West Fotdsville.JBu gave this office a pleasant call Tuesthe reconstruction question, of the fotd, Bartletts, Etuayllle.Ceralvoand Gentry Davis, 13, Hartford, to Rosa financial question, and now, as an day. Bro. Rogers spent about aweek Shteve. Autmire, 18, Hartford. organization, is getting on the wrong The following is the delegate vote visiting friends and relatives in the It is like cream j but will Thomas Shellds, 20, Cromwell to moral aide of the expansion question, precinct is allowed. which each county, and left for home Wednesday, feed and nourish when cream Douglas, 20, Cromwell. Ttsst Hartford ....6 McIIenry 5 number ol Democrats who will Gertrude The Robert Wedding, who joined the Babies and chil West Hartford.... 4 Centertown. . , .6 will not. E. E. Taylor, 30, Rwavllle, to not follow the Insanities ol the party A SmillhOUSl. . . .2 Reda Corps ot the regular ars Ada C. Johnson, 21, Fordsvllle. Engineering dren will thrive and tfrow still remains sufficiently large to save Sulphur Springs 5 Uat Fordavlllc.fi my n few days ago, Is now stationed Hardin Daugheity, 24, White Run, the country. And they will do it fat on it when their ordinary 6 West Fordaville.4 Magan Long Island. Bob .2 at Willets' Point. to Paulina Gray, 25, White Run, again next year. Brooklyn Eagle. Cromwell . . , ,5 Httnavllle food does not nourish them. . .3 Is a bright boy and we "wish him Cool Springs . . 2 Shreve N. J. Hall, 24, Jingo, to Mary Pvsom have U ksvaw te 3 good luck, Notth Rockpott..2 Olaton , Thornton, 20, Jingo. w fumi a 4y when tak South Rockport.. 3 Bulord . , .''. , .2 E, E. Bratcher, 22, White Run, to Mrs. Lucy Klein, accompanied by OWMC J8WS CHWWV f sw . . 4 Bartletts 3 Select HartAre now connected with the dUestmsKWMry In wefUfUf Marie Coll- - Laura Belle Park, 22, White Run. 2 her little Horse Branch . .5 Hefiln fc4 6 2 logs, who bad been here for several 8 Ceralvo enkr to that e Leslie Johnson, 28,Horton, to Katie ford Telephone Exchange, and will bo Roslne , wopsdtetass and MilmlhliJi pleased U fill your ordera'fo'r Orocet East Beaver Dauij Point Pleasant . .2 weeks with tht lormer,lelT ou steamer Bozartb, 18, Horton. os.sndSl.oo.sUdniKl"- Total. 103. West Beaver Dauu Morrison Dehait, 66, Horse Branch, les. Tsie public U Invited to call SCOTTA BOWMS, Ounbu. Ww Vwk. Wednesday for Gleuvllle. John P. Morton. Cb'n'u. SciotoJCJtin will bt) abunt vwk, wyUiUjr U their wbtB to J?y Reynold, 27, Horm Branch. Mm. Acting 8c'y Carpets and Mattings headache., neuralgia and that mli.rable feeling of unrest, can surely be cured by Dr. Miles' lieitorjtlTO Nervine. So certain is Dr. Miles of this fact that all druggUU an authorised to refund price paid tor the first bottle tried, providing It does not benefit. Mrs. Henry Drum, wife of the well known blacksmith at Grand Junction, lows, ssyst 'I was troubled with sleeplessness, nervous-nes- a,I headache and Irregular menstruation suffering untold misery for years. I used various advertised remedies for female complaints betides being under the care of local physicians, wl.hout help. I noticed In Dr. Ulles' advertisement the testimonial ot a lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and I shall never cease to thank that lady. Her testimonial Induced me to use Dr. Miles' Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, which restored me to health, I cannot say enough for Dr.Mlles'Bernedlea. Dr. Miles' Bemedles are sold by all druggists under a positive selling guarantee, first bottle Her fined $100. benefits or money re- E4ftMtore' Sheffield sell funded. Book on diseases of the heart and license fined nerves free. Address, DR. MILES MEDICAL 00. Elkhart, Ind For the Summer Months. We've kept in touch with qualities we've kept in mind your buying needs, and we'ie in position to make it a fruitful buying time for you. It's our wish to make the sales for the summer months awing in ahead of the past season, aud every price overj value will convince you that we're thoroughly in earnest. Lawns 5c to 10c; Organdies 12Jc to 25c; India Lineu and Dimities 5c to 30c; Percals 60 to 12 J c; Prints 3Jc to 5c; Factory Cotton lo to 7c; Bleach Cotton 4o to 10c; Ginghams 4c to 10c; Colored Carpet Warp 17c, White Warp 15c. fcNrvinS s Jl The Satisfactory Kind. In buying Men's Furnishings, it's beet to get the satisfactory kind; it's best to keep in view the quality. Our stock is carefully selected it's the best results of best makers, and we sell them at right prices. With an eye to money saving in buying, it's a matter of business to come Shirts, Hats, to us for ybur Men's Furnishings. Hose, Linen and Woolen Suits, Underwear and Fine Footwear. We are aiding every patron in careful buying 0 we name the prices that set the pace wo keep the qualities that careful buyers desire, One-half Hartford Republican. ng " You'll Naturally Desire Them. The styles of materials in' the Edward Rose & Co., Chicago, suits are so distinctive the tailoring such absolute1 perfection, that it's natural when you see the suits you are favorably Impressed it's human nature to want one. We can supply you at such economical prices that 'twill be an easy matter for you. Suit's at $10.00 to $30.00. 40-in- 4o-in- I Carson & Co., Hartford, Ky. oat sis'&wmm hmK Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would wia 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. I.OCMVIIXZ, HEXTl'CKT. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In his line. Graduates of this college preferred by busU SHORTHAND, j fJess houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tesTELEGRAPHY, timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 United States It will be mailed to you FREE. BOOK-KEEPIN- G, LIST A Business gdcie&iiori She firyoint& Slratton Business College, ) A A FIXED STANDARD - Is ihsLi whieh J.g.fogle&eo- Rag-lan- Fling to the world. One price to all, and that the lowest Is a battle cry, around which we are rallying our best endeavors. No merchant who inhabits the globe can buy any cheaper than we do, and no merchant who iur habits Ohio county does sell any cheaper. The world's center, were it also the center of Merchandise, could not offer you a better assortment ot Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, etc. We aim to keep 5ur lines complete and cur prices the lowest Note our low prices on our Goods for the next tea days: Men's fancy striped Hose 20c per Good heavy Domestic 4c, worth 5c pair or two pair tor 35c. Cotton Crash 4c, worth 5c. Men's undetsnitts 20c, worm 25c. Extra heavy Llnru Crash, worth Best 50c. utf at ioc. Linen Crash 15c, worth Better grade 25c. worth grade at money Any ol tnem more Better grade than we ask you for them. 18c. Ladles' nice Ktbbed Vest in wuite, ioc for Old Ky. Tow Linen for extra good values at 5c each or 6 for Skirts. 4c per yard for plaid Cotton, worth 25c. Flue quality Bleacn Kmbea cotton 5c. 7c per yd. Columbia Chiviots, worth Vest, nicely finished with tape ioc or 8ic. Bleached Pepperell Sheeting, 3 for 25c. Swiss Ribbed Vest, beautU Ladleo' 10-fully trimmed and finished In blue, 18c, worth 22C 10 A Brown Pepperell Sheeting 17c, pink and fancy stripes 15c or two lor 25c. worth 20c. Infants and children's Ribbed Vest 5a In. Turkey Red Table Linen 15c worth 20c. 5c worth ioc. Nice quality 64 In. Bleached Table NEW GLOVES. Linen 45C,woith 60c. bleach Table Linen, 6oc,wotth We have a beautiful assortment of itet. ladles' Kid and also Silk aud Lisle Bleached Damask Napkins, size 20 Gloves. In ,$i.oo per dozeu.wortn 1.25. One lot pf ladles' Black Silk, with Bleach Damask Napktns.stze 18 in. stitched black, 50c, wotth 75c. Elegant quality of Kid In new 90c per dozen, worth $1 15. Flue Zephyr Ginghams ioc, shades at $1.00 per pair, worth $1 25. tsnrth IlUp. NHW HANDKERCHIEFS. Genuine Sea Island Percals, 36.10. wide ioc. worth ItMz. ioc buys a pretty Handkerchief Dlecea of a6 in. Scotch Lawns with Embroidered edge. Five In Dlalds and stripes .sc. worth Cc Handkerchief, 1 Ac buys a beautiful Blue.Brown and Green check apron all new, scolloped edge, worth 25c. Rlnnhsms Kc.wotth 6c. 2c buva a fine embroidered lUnd Ladles' JltackC -- 0iion itose wunu kerchief with lace trimmed 'edge. toe go at 5C ' 12a pairs Ladlea' Black Hose.regu. FINE EMBROIDERIES. lar 20c Hoae, go at 15c. or 2 prs. 25c As this will be a white season, you Men's heavy Cotton Socks 5c, worth will need many Embroideries lor ioc. them from 5c We Men's solid colored Hose iu Black, trimmings. yard. have to 350 per wotth 20c Tan and Bine 72-i- I 1 NO USE TRYING!; ; 27-l- n. ssj- -s Scott's Emulsion 15c. ... .... f All of Our Prices are at Low Water Mark. No question about you being pleased with our goods and prices. Doat ba the last person in the world to find out where best good are sold the thrapt. Don't fall to bring us your Wool. Feathers and Ginseng highest market YOURS RESPECTFULLY, nrloenaid for them. ... ... ..... .... CARSON BROS. i ita Wo mark them low to sell them quick. grand-daught- er, wwy M. 8, Raqlanp, afMf 1!, k3P22Zt J. E. Fogle lc Co, wmmmmmm t" Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAY 26. Miriam's heart beat faster and taster, and their eyes met. "Pardon me," said the colonel, "but I once had a little playmate whose name was Miriam. If you are from New England you may know the family Cleveland by name," whereupon he told the story of bis being left for dead at Bull Run, of awakening months afterward In a hospital, of forgetlng his own name for some years, and of finally recovering his reason in the home of a kind physician, who was interested in his recovery. Miriam by this time was in an excited state of mind Inwardly, but managed, womanlike, to ask two questions (alter saying that she knew the family very well): "Why did you not return to your little sweet, her guest's surname. GASTORIA For Infanta and Children. HER COLORS. "Oh, no particular reason for IceK ing so, only I've no Johnny In the pa. rade." "Well," said the host, a genial man, ."we may find one for you, dear." Miriam was patriotic in a high den gree. On a bright summer day the broad thoroughfares oi a big city were filled with people, the driveway near the reviewing stand was blocked with car rUges and a gentle breeze swayed the Uee branches, flowers and dainty skirts oi fair maidens. It was the day ol days for "Johnny" was to come marching home from the seat ot war. Every mother, wife, sister, daughter and sweetheait was there to welcome "him." Here and there one saw a black, robed woman and a sad face, deplet ing recent bereavement, yet the crowd was, on the whole, a gay one, and why cot? It was a day of days, for the lads went forth to do or die before the flag, and the people were de tenslned to do them honor. In an open carriage stood a woman, no longer young, with a hungry look in her eyes like one who had been denied the affection and love of a good man, yet with determination born of pride sufficient to hide her disappoint. ment from the world. Her thoughts went back to the days of '61, when her young play-ma- te and first lover went at the call of "Uncle Sam" went as a drummer boy, never to return. Although his death was not reported officially, it was supposed to have taken place, and whenever the girl went south she visited Arlington, the city otthe dead, and wondered if among the thousand "unknown" graves one might not hold the remains of Ernest Warren. For years she bad striven to over come the thought that be might some day return, and when others came to woo her (for she was very beautiful) she had been sorely tempted to wed. John Dalton, a chnm of Ernest, was desperately In love with our heroin- eMiriam Cleveland and endeavored In every way to make her forget her sol dier boy dummer, but In vain; so be married and passed for the nonce out of her life and almost out of her mem ory. Many years passed, and Miriam was still heart and fancy free, with plenty ot this world's goods (inherit, ed from devoted parents long since passed away). This woman, who would have made an ideal wife and mother, went her way quietly, keeping ever sacred the memory ot her boy of'6i. Miriam, after traveling the world over, had gone out to spend a few months with friends of her family, and was their gnest on this momentous day. "Why so sad?" asked her hostess. "I love the American flag far better than I do some folks, and when I die it shall be my burial robe." For such utterances she was called a JCtcbhIcPrcparalIonrorAs- sltraUIInsJlhcToodflndnrtula- - The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of UrihcStamachaamlDowmof PramotoaDStsUoaChectful tanrdltetConMns Opmjm.'MorpuIru neither KotNXhcotic. jw'rtrfi-ftv32Lmara noriiinexaL WJiJW- - m The Kind heart?" "Because," he said, "I took up a paper, the first one I was allowed to read, and there read of her marriage and sailing away to a foreign country. I then wrote to John Dalton, my old chum, and he said she very soon for- rst )lwgwl IE, AccrfcdKenwUr for Consltoa- tion.SoturStonvictuDiarrheea. worms .CcnvxiIswns.Frrensii-oes-s T 4i got him." "By tke way, 'Jack' was killed at Santiago, and now I recall it, he seemed anxious to tell me something, and he died with her naine upon his ccdlOSS OF SlZER. Tac Sisal You Have Sinatureof XKVVVORK. Always Bought. exact ccpy cr vsasfcs. GASTORIA T (corata, Mrw voa rr. lips." "Why, what is the matter? My thoughts seem to go back to the old days. Tell me, Miriam I beg your pardon, Mrs. Chester but are you my little aweetheat who did cot re main true?" "Answer me one more question, Colonel, Warren," said Miriam, with steady nerve but whitening lips, "are you married?" "No, I have cot yet found the woman to trust and love. I have given my life to the service of my country, and shall probably go back to the In dian reservation, where I buried myself before the call to arms came in In the ground but they batnt got no mother and lve got a horse an a kau an 1 thout youd be kinder bandy to take care of em il you'd stupe so much lve thout of you every since I cum from the horse plttle an how Jirutnyyou utt to walk up an down tbem wards you bad the best gate I ever seen and my first wile stepped jls so an she paid her way t tell you I like to work an the boys like to work and 1 kno you do so ide like to jlue II halut got no objecuns an now lve made so bolde as to rite slch but 1 was kinder pushed on by my feellns an so 1 hope you excuse it and rite soon i sbant be mad if you say no bnt its no harm to ask an as i say I cant help ritln an the boys names are peter Zebulon and John an they want to see you as does your respected friend which owes his present health to you. Joseph C." Of course, one's first impulse Is to laugh. But, alter all, the poor fellow's letter is rather a matter for tears than laughter. It Is genuine, and aay genuine confession of love Is too sacred for laughter. Will she accept? Probably not. The very truth of the missive paints too graphically the unlovellness of the suitor's surrounding aad the narrowness ot his horizon, even when expanded by the broadening influence ot tove. Professional Cards. It your liter is out ot order, cautlog Biliousness, Sick Hcudachc, Heartburn, or Constipation, tako o doao oi ATTORNEY-A&- - Howd!9 On retiring, nhd tomorrow your organs will bo regulated and you Mill bo bright, ndivu and ready lor any kind of work. This has been tlio experience ot others: it will be yours. HOOD'S PILLS aro sold by all medicino dealers. 25 eta. Pills ur.NTUCHx. Will practice his profession In all tlio courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special at. tentlon given to collections. Oflico next door to 1'ostOllico. roiinsvii.i.iv LAW, Attorney at Law, ilARTFOItD, K.Y., J. E, Davidson, vl a ' r Wilt practice his prolusion la Ohio and adjoining couutics. Special, at--s tcntion given to nil business entrusted to his caro. Oflico with County Attorney. y j nmviN nown. 1' L l'ltUX Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice In the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt, attention given to all business entrusted to our care. Office in Herald building. GRDVEE KY. Will nractica his nrafesalnn In all the Courts of Kentucky, Special at- Attorney ai Law, HARTFORD, TZiE. 3Nr353ja.lls, tention given to collections, settlement oi decedent's estates, road cases ml criminal nractice. Ofllcaun Uirmext door to OrifDn'sdrug storo. SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at ,aw, KY. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, col courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties making dec. and Court of Appeals. Special atten- also Notary Publlo lor Ohio County. tion given to all assignments in bank Oflice North aide of public square. ruptcy. Attorney at law . HARTFORD, R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, JNO. B. WILSON, .1 Women as well as men are made miserable by kidney and bladder B LA M E. trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root the great kidney remedy promptly cures. At druggists in tilty cent and dollar stzes. You may have IS'JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. a sample bottle by mall free, also WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts. pamphlettelllngall about It Address, 01UTI4, ILL., MOT. M, Utt. St. Dr.KUmer & Co., BIcgbamton, N. Y. Fane Medtot.. Co., mmI onl. Us. en boulM ot )M,u.nitt we u.t J HOIS -- rr V HENRY FIELD & SON ARE RUTfSING A Children Born in a Tree. Family of Elovon Brought up Will practice his profession In the 'Vill practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining the courts ot Ohio and adjoining coun- counties. Also Notary Public. ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt Oflice, in Commercial Hotel. BROTB" TASTBLKIUI OIIIIJ. TON 10 uJ h.T. attention given to all business entrust-t- o fcouent tar., aru. alr.4f tbla ... la .11 o.r p.n his care. vl 11 y..n. id id.. urns dvsidm.. n.re .uea neT.r Mk3 an artlct. that Touratralr. hu. Office in Republican building. taction aa your Tocle. aair,C-iu- t a Co. For sale by J. H. Williams. CHILL J. S.R. Wedding, TDNIC HARTFORD,. . KENTUCKY. (NOTARY PUBLIC) TASTELESS Will practice his profession- - in all ths Will practice his profession in all the Courts of courts of Ohio and adjoining counties CollectionsOhio and adjoining counties carefully and promptly atand Court of Appeals. Special attentended to. Oflice with T. J. Smith tion given to collections. & Co., Market Street. Kitorney at Law Attorney at Law Hartford, Ky, HARTFORD, KY. R. R. WEDDING ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. .., -- z- -- .1 TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all pas- InaTroo Trunk In Tonnossoo, 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. fTISU? SEND NO MONEY' GIA&lfiBQPCAimEI lUBDIC SCWIXt. MACHINE 1 SOK, SKMaiittftsisss fc f rop'rs. aaii.a. iouc4ueitmlD nat your nearest frtlpht depot ana !V1mm i, louna ootswiij MiiaifttiMT,aaeiacuy as repawn m ttO.(M, aa4 Till, qaal biAIim alftra aall VHUTKST HAUUI1 IOU HIE HKAKD OF, f raar Off or rrtiffci..iour Special raarhlna Price. $15.50 m.na freight rhftnrca. Tna weltrha lpouithan!th freight will irertm 75 rauu for tcb 600 mile. GIVE IT THREE MONTHS' YRIALln your own hornet uul w win mora your uj oat juu ara noi inunfo. mwi sui i BtiM f bwlaf MwhlsM II S9.I0, tlU.00, 111. 04, all rribt4 ta Oar iMalaa CiUltfM, fit Mu4 r ul fall DROP DESK fra fc.iSI3.SO fcriiia CABINET B0RSIOX la tii rraataat Talus aver offered by an y oouia. ""tt Hffi S &? It is not an ancestrlal mansion, although it has been some 500 years in I 4 U building. The beginning of It was a lilt. stnrday sapling, standing la a tiny Ttr aaw or banl cove high up on the side of an east of pay th vtuitinr Tennessee mountain. By and bo this abllTMf MClaM. Tr Dion .ESaW5- sapling became a hollow tree. Not-wl- th rucE. SI3.00 today." standing the hollow was so big UmUi.UN W WHIT TOROTO MO FREK at "God bless you for those words, that a tall man could He stretched out n.a with or ey v.wva vniMaiWVVe aicoA TMl itov la rrtaKa,t,OTtll dear heart, and the renewed life and In It there was an outer shell of sound andfrtlfh. eturr SrOHetMipifiTVO, VBint HHIlMILOBUiaB Bft4 bcavj ItaUuri M rrataa, BwM, oavr oovtra. tar hope this has brought into both our wood and plenty of vigorous leafy larr orta aU mat? Tta rfuor, haVfelaotM plattd and uimaniajr. rikate (LaalrL larerea lives. That you held my memory boughs for shade. Ihe hollow Itself puna larr sraaoltul at baa. orieajntnt. l irw asaaa, a4 furla. titm WHIMIB A KIlDIIUIXlRalTIK ltk dear was proved by your colors, which was rain and storm proof, so a (wtM.tMfitr. an titr. wood rrata, maalnf II par trarrateUoa. a.nd vvarvaw MfatfallTfry loyosrntll drew my attention, admiration, and, couple of the mountain folk took up raaut T or local dlarwafel ttotrg foil UM for mrta a. ttovf, tba frtlchl la oalr about 91 M for finally, your own dear sell." Mrb W mil, Mwaaa. lata tlOOO. AtMr. their abode in it. BEARS, ROEBUCK&CO.OHCJ WUX, OL So Miriam found her "Johnny" They did not bother about furnit.) paw, C. m I an t-t- o and captured the colonel, the hero of ture. There was no room for it, even two wars. Boston Post. in a hollow tree measuring seven feet across. The man put down a floot of SiU ul Rmttt T.ir life Iwtj. Doil TeluM puncheons that is, rough slab split To gait tobacco wily and forarer, t mat from smaller trees. For a bed they nallc. lull or Ufa, nerra and tlgor, lake torture, oftlie damned "I protruding- - pile, taa wonderworker, that mak.a weak men had dry leaves, and for covering skins with aarr.r.d II.. brought on Lt conetli-tio- n strong. All drujrUU, .Ocortl. Cure guaranfor wnlcli I was Booklet and aarnele free. Addreaa of various animals round about. The jeanwithran arroal your affllrted TStwtntr teed. In tbe CAbC AIU I Surlier; Remedy Co., Cnlcato or Hew York. town of Newell. la., and oarer found an j thing 98." "Ernest, dear, it is not I who wedded, but Cousin Miriam ol New York. 'Jack,' poor fellow, deceived you, and in dying be wanted your forgiveness. Let us both forgive him and face the future together. I have never found the man yet to make me happy until SEND US ONE DOLLAR kUM'Vtft ClL Alt "DOI Urn m 1st HM.I ttTDt K, b frtlcM U.O.U-- . anbjart to txamlattto. uanuii i frvlffcl Sar 4Um1 ir (out xrlttu tf evailaJ actory &?&& KS SMft! Haw Special attention given to all business entrusted to bis care. Oflice In Court Will practice his profession in all tbe House. courts of Ohio and adjoining countios Careful attention will bo given to a Perry Wosterfield, business entrusted to bis care. ColOfficii over Ohio lections a specialty. County Bank. Also Notary Public Beaver Dam, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. e sivaoti, Attorney at aw a. HAirrr-ORD- i , Ky. Attorney at Law SEND U8 IWIkkaaA. a oran-uilo- ue atatei aaaat let mm wrath m l.tHi. ate! VMSkfaal fM Uta Ifceff Miaailaak. YmmhiuidIm It at yourftoamt rrvtcbt aWrot. ir von AaJll l4, aqaal to anru Uat !!? mv a4 lb cttaiMl vain Jl at tfr.O U UttSr tKaaa ArMIU aultarteatd ktT O their at aBTO SeOtVtT. Vm9 UI 4 sloya slWltUt, S3i.79f lb. fttlrrbt (ML tfft our or tfeavta. auxl InlaTbt cfaarvra. ONE DOLLAR JT .,. aaSTag baaalhall ,31.75 aiktaikae UiLtHmtrmmmUywm4: eaa u. " ACMKOUEKNUoMortAtaolrlKtbUAlBSWnTIST tktal IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE -- eUei '' awkgeala ge.ate H am betfaWta. ITtWO ua "I- gBVaaaVobbabal t aMJ(arw' BraaaaMaB 8k0axawx7otaaaBrBa M nlUiU.-I.lta- aollel ajaortr ao4 MftJo fro -- i" Mk,ajitqt)nauikbauta'mi7aron ! UOvm atTlo. T f V Uivtboa toAar, M Incfc. akll an4KM ia fret poind. feJrtk. U4V walfba l Ii i. 11 itfi.rf.JdiiwtfromarftWtpi armava. braatlfal Mriaaa, Hakoaia, I . taM llltrattftM BhOWaa. Whtfb A fyjBSn aMIaWrfty iTtHrnrnf PILES CANDY THAOt NO UltR-- .0 rrin ho our ttl. terturoenu, otttriDtf aahaaaa aeatalaft uuier raxtous ntnwi, wltia whip aaata frlaa4 U Cki'tra Utr who ara arloas lnduttmrau. SIU1IL1 All WHO ABI 1UT. "TaJC PaJFTl-- f IwlV ItHT wry lODiif urtOTiiiiT. WK)& roiSTOF 1TIIT HI6H I virEcrsoraoii. DIIDnirir " nL ul tor ffl'IHnl' uu. That is the way all druggists sell Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simply iron and quinine in n tasteless foim. Children love It. Adults prefer It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, 50c. PAY. tf fcEiDI irillll 1DI, WITH Til MAiKiiYTllfc:i.hTf akfu in am run a. nuut iiijuuutjbatcuiai ?A" hFiT solid quarter sawed oak J.-- tnn tie Kfutire OA.SVOXIXA. IK jf To Hm AJwirt BovgM ooa iiitmraiioa mowa maceioo uomo, at aa dropuiu taa uktf ping front irbt) to be vwd a a atatar a4a4 or aopts wltb foil liDffta tobla and bead la plaea for atwiar, 4 rM UtWtoa trim; tfrar Utm lilt fiabb. floeat r&rTcd. paneled. amboMed ca drawer palu, rwu on decorated chlni 5 faBaW VaVaV iere. ua.ii Lnrui aaiuauDie irn&ai. Krauine didtid iron aia.no. 1 "JeW m k (Ineit lir lllsk n(ltl four motion faed. self tbreadlDir ftbiaU tenaloa Inffibattle, aotomatlo bobbla winder, adjaatabt beariaffs, t llberator.linpraTtllooBewbeel,alJaiUblepreaMr foot Improved tbultle carrier, patent needle bar, ptteat dreaairuard head la b&ndeomely decorated indmiMiM aa hM.lf.llr NICKEL, TRinZlVTCD.rMl eaUelMa BiMklae GUARANTEED lae llihUMreMUf, aliwiiitM4 Iiarj atlaeaawal UfarUa4 u eer WW InatrucUon Book telle of fancy work. 3uit how anyone ran run 11 anddoeltber cUIn or any kind every machine. A SO TEA ItS" UINDINO OUAHANTEK U aent with gy? f ? ? v ? Cj n IT Pfl1T5 Yflll NDTMINn toaeaandetanlna tble machine, compare It a hH aAvla aa&llA tA aia.iUI- - HI a tfAr n MivUlU vajb hn If If at 11.10 frlffhi hnI la $16,60. w TO akTtas 70CS ear tlae whale ibre maaiha y aarieaare , ealitlUMa. UKUKHTO inf. iMilT DIUT, ISeara, Roebuck A Co. ere tborouirhty reliable. Editor Address, III. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. iMmOLmmmmmWl. iu wm jr csm'. in tt. crank. Be that as it may, Miriam on this Wanted to Marry His Nurse. beautiful morning arrayed herself in a white cloth gown and jaunty sailor A Discharged Hospital Pa- hat (which, despite her twoscore tlont's Unusual Lovo years, vastly becoming, and went Lotto r. with a jolly party to welcome to boys of '98. The only touch of color in her costume was a large flag which she carried In her hand. It was mounted, and as she stood facing the easterly breeze its folds were carried across her heart. She seemed wholly un conscious of the effect, and little did she know what her love lor that flag was going to bring into her Hie, when the boys went marching by. Hark! The cannon announces that the column has started, and all eyes are strained in the direction ot the advance guard oi small boys and mount ed police. Miriam for some reason unknown to her began to experience an exquis lie feeling, as if some one near and dear was approaching, and yet there was none In the regiment in whom she was personally Interested. She tried in vain to put aside the foolish thought and to recall the return of Perhaps more good-lookin- g, well-bre- d (Inc.) Chicago, m LOUISVILLE, IIENDEHSON & ST. LOUIS UAILWAY COMPANY Union Ilrpot, Nrtcnlli A HUrr. Ticket Onler, 2S2 1'onrlta Ave. xziri: rxr & Louiswllo to St. Louis West. St. Louis to Louisville & East. No. 41. No. 45 No 44. No. 46 wave Louisville 7:45a in 8:35p m Leave St Louis 8:55p m 7:56a m " Ovrensboro :1:40a m 11 :58pm " Mt.Vernon " Henderson I2U5P m 12:55a m " Evansville 2i20p m 2:45a m " Kvansville 1:15am " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10a m 1:25am " Mt.Vernon, 111 " Owensboro 3:44pm 4:00a m Arrive St Louis 7:j2p m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 745P m 7:30a m No. 41 Leave Louisville 7:45a m " Hawesvllle. . . . 10:43a m " Ovrensboro. . . . 11:40am " Henderson. . . . 12:45pm Arrive Evansville . . . 1:15pm No. 43 4:5op m 8:o4p m y:o5p m lo:iop m 'lo:4op m No. 45 8:35p m n:o8p m 12:58pm 12:55a tu 1:25am rrrrrr, zjulzzcxc it, iooo. intelligent, and earnest young women are going Into train nursing nowadays than Into any other business to which the sex has turned its attention. It would be mean and also untrue to even intimate that they were taking up nursing In the hope ol getting a husband. As a matter of fact, many oi them take up the work for the very reason that they wish to "walk softly" all the rest of their lives. And yet, curiously enough, no class of women receive so many proposals of marriage. There are several reasons for this, In the first place, many of these curses are attractive enough to please any man.no matter how fastidious in the physical beauty. Then, too, the nurses' costume Is the perfection of neatness and cleanliness, and much more becoming to many women than their ordinary dress. But the secret probably lies In the circumstances. We all know the propinquity has much to answer for.atd it is especially powerful at a time when man Instinctly yearns for sympathy and tenderness, , Tomanyaalck man, his kindly, nurse, In her spotless costume, Is no doubt a revelation. To others, for a thousand and one reasons, she may appear a veritable angel. Here is a case in point. A youug widower from the country was lu a Chicago hospital. He was rough, uneducated, and uncouth, but be was genuine after bis kind. He fell violently in love with bis nurse, and, through be said nothing to her except with his eyes and probably resolved never to break bis silence, a week after be was discharg. ed he wrote her this letter: "dear miss 1 sot down to tell you that lve arove hum and wish I was Bomewhere else lve got 3 bully boys and they are helplu about glttin the garden sass light-looted, good-lookin- No. 42 No. 44 No. 46 Leave Evansville 6:50a m 2:2op m 2:45a m " Hendersou . . . . 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am " Owensboro 8:15a m 3H4p m 4:00a m " Hawesvllle m m 9:13a 4:50a m 4:4P Arrive Louisville 12:35pm 7:45pm 7:30am All Irnlu. run lliruuKll nolld 10 llmnaTllle. Tliroiub I'nrlor Car hoiI l'nll. null Meetrr on nil Iriilim 10 Ktnntvllle mill Nl. I.011U. Number. II ail null 4U rnnnrct nt Irvlimlmi lor Fnril.tllle A llnrdlukbiirKtlallr. .... .... .... .... that other regiment without her playmate, when suddenly the gallant colonel wheeled and saluted the flag which fluttered across the heart ot earnest-face- d wothis white-robe- d, man. Did he note that her hair was a bit gray; that she was more serious than any other young woman in that crowd? No, but something about the girl and the gracious picture she made held his attention, and when the boys broke ranks he sought an Introduction. She was the only woman In all that crowd to Impress hiin deeply, or even at all. Being a personal friend of the Grants, whom our heroine was visiU Ing, he found the way paved for bis purpose. "Miriam, my dear," said her host ess, "Col. Warren desires to be pres r. sented to the fair Are you not the one be means?" Strange, but Mrs. Grant In the ex. cltement of the moment failed to give color-beare- i " 1urgraE --L- V . bwat - -' IV o-On- n i.n .v tffotsM Gftf. f&rw "YBi,WiHi7iAmwi.M 5UHPJ. .t o t S'VUlNANft We come In baste, 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 tact that 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 woman knew bow to dress them Indian fashion, so tbey served In a large part for clothes as well as cover. An ax, a rlfle.a bullet pouch, a powder horn, a hunting knife, an Iron pot, a water pall, a jug, two or three big gourds, a bread tray, and a meat bag summed up the family's movable possessions. Cooking was done gypsy fashion at a log fire some little distance oft the entrance to the tree Generally the pot sat aside the fire, simmering and stewing. The only bread was ash cake. For drinking there was a choice of sassafras tea, unsweetened, the and moonshine whisky. The man, ot course, was a moonshiner. He was also a dead Bhot particularly in the case of a revenue officer. He was able thus to teed his family by working about half the time. His wife looked after the cloth Ing, exchanging surplus peltry twice a year for coarse cloth, salt and snuff at the nearest crossroads store, 15 miles away. Eleven children were born In the hollow tree and grew into strapping men and women. One of the boys stood 6 feet 9 inches when he could be persuaded to stand at all. Usually he carried himself In rather the shape of a descent. Each of the eleven was cradled In half of a- - smaller hollow tree, smoothed out inside with the ax, and imbedded with leaves. It did cot need rockers, rocking itself at the slightest touch. As the big tree became crowded, hollow logs were sought, one for each cbild,chopped to convenient lengths, aud dragged close about the fire. Into their open ends the bigger children crept, feet foremost, turned their beads to the fire and slept Bnug through all sorts of weather. When It was fine the whole family slept out of doors. It was presumably a happy family and certainly a healthy one, though It went barefoot the year around and never so much as heard of hygiene. The whole brood grew up Innocent of contact with doctors, ministers, or schoolmates. As the owner of a sum. mer cottage down the valley said up on discovering tbem: "The truth is, tbey don't know enough even to be Blck." T Care Co iu patio a Toreier, Take CJaaearete Candy Cathartic. 10a or Ha, II 0. C. C. fall to cum, druwl.u refund monoy. 1 1 am rntlrel J free from to eo.ual them To-d- ar rllea and (eel like a new man. ' C ll.Kam, Hit Jonea bt., Sioux Cltj.Ia. botWrOMW lt auHN neaitTeMD lUtatla ffaaUly K 4a, I tt4 till strob-- a Usaatary I W of ftaaeU. I A4 Oftl (kanteitjeU.lMMU4taa4, 1 ltaala I tl lUrb sUtto bawlb PI o a Tit K. At iwt 1Q 1iT.1,.1 UK Ull tl4W Uoa iiuut rtantotntdkaUKew4,jbkbaronlr ac I In thm bUht ,jr4 lutrvmMtat e Hod wllb llao af4 Caokewn at4 tat Hasaaaa. a taa l"rt llAv fall. io(thbeatnbbreIoUi.Stlr emaBaHaawebflaV CKftUTCTSM MBmmmWkiritim atXsna ccr ball watrarkrand Qnnt Uather In TllK ALilKUllX. U ftirnUbpaIUiallUbled rrvneb mirror, Klekal wUbM pUt frra rlto Wt raralafe IWa a aa4. mratarn tmtrof and Trr m mm ortaa taJ aa4 Ua baatortaa isaalrMleoa uie,b4. GUARANTEED 26 YEARS. l Uaua a. wiillan UndlJif 4Turtt, by tho If trnui mn4 enMttlona of blch Tryan rt vltT4 at IfoiaOaOonthaiVt wtrvtMalr II fH orrbatTA. will rtfuikl roar anoorj If yoa aro awt porfopttr MtunorL iorthotrg7ana'tllbaol4ftitlt.t4. UK II Kit ATOHCr- - IM.1T DLIAY. QUA RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISH CD faJ rvur nicbbor w.t u.ml, wiui n aol a.trapoiitAa M.Uud.i ih. tabii.h.r .r iw. HaAk. or Oorn Eichajura Nt. Dak. Cblcojroi or ftorrasui aUehanfft RAh. Ww Yorki or bay raJlroaJ or MBTbat aMawr OlSaaLaaaaLOau la ChlitiVA. Orwprantlraono of UUnrat boaleVMa blorkaln miumii aiwdTevmeTov Ma aat ageaaJlaJ rsaaariv LOU baOtJa la oar ooaTlmlldlaaf HI ilUvUlIt IT 4it.OOj.a4 al rtAKtO. tllt4) (1ilTa. aa4oa alao Try tblnaT la maflcaj loatraaMaU 41 inratbyt)aaJopriro, Writ rnrfnsoBrwUoiajLbUbai Addroaa, ttaora. taaboak Co aro UaraaiHy raUaUa. JUllaa ait.lraaairJlatnmaatMtsUor. (Inc.), FilUtt,D4tlilfltttnd WijwuStt-- , CHICAGO, ILL. SEARS. ROEBUCK CO. 'Mer, a I t-- PatfM -, tf I Vns4 0aatp, lUe CoaaW, TraMa eVi T. IUaaaa44 t OtUt fOa4l. all, 4 ftata OroatfI 4 Vtw f Tao-- i. sf jmJWKk llt vat. SSiLi rp...r n.M.nt. tiood, MaT.r Sicken, Weaken or Oil.e. Palauhl.. Oeod rx Tail. 10c KckM ... CURE CON8TIPATION. ... I.tt. Ill Ittlbl R.a4r -- .;. nif . S..I".!. BnMeod Marenwedby t gl.uto (Tl'llKTotMrcalletu. and WbUk.y I ahll, cured at horn witu out pain bciuk vl ai licnlm ton! nEf OR tf. woulUl umc, IM North 1'rrurC. hi CORED Kriui-dlm- wnm 4liaiar H. B. HiT.currd DROPSY rallnd hoiiI.M. In tea thonaend ca.M aajaat!ee.ttwo thlrd.nrall.rinptomar.nior-treatinint f r. T.itluionlal. and TIS Atlanta.)!. tlot CRUSH Bt. . with rrgetabl. runny d OATS SOBS, K. That your Laundry HOPKINSYME STEAM See To Is LAUNDRY It! DYE sent to the WORKS, AND which has the reputation of turning out the best work in the country. All of its machinery is of the most modern and none but skilled workmen, who thoroughly understand their business ore employed. The plant Is one of the largest in the country, extending the lull length of a fquarc. All work guaranteed and repairing free Give us a trial If you are not now a customer, Iave your work with Lyman Williams, Agont, iiAitrtoiio, kv. Who is our agent in your town, and wilt attend to tbe shipping and have same ready for you in due time. Leave vour laundry at the post office. A housekeeper living In Pennsdale, Pennsylvania had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinatei but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules. was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally, I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules. she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old, T. lUalow Mioad mutt la lataadad fortha poor aol tho waonUeaJ. Ooa doaaa, eattooa (1 tabulaa) raa W tud by audi br aonaiatr of too l cuu to tba Kiritra Uiumiub OoarivT, No. I bprao ntroat, Kpw York -- or a alnU eartoy (na riautLaat will bo aoat for f a oaau. Jururi CjTrfatet AOTtrtopackH4Mtimlaa:rnBv tAarUiawaoUfct4o!f.i)ara,fajMi c. o. v. iu m t ai lor iuu toe bum ni..,fc aiiaii.TluN, ataiacrru aiTiiricToar, n.M. ...imIi,i r.vh4i,ki .MtM4irrM.4 la raararriY aiiciir tki airaauiTaa, aeuil to eniV' gsAaoilT nulla tosivu.aw, taiT arr.it ireifcwu aikeeue , .em gun apaulSL rHIUIH3ll.i r SEND ONE DOLLAR rail. at .. uu biiwi c. aaaflaaaaaaaaaaal XKaLl C3 He buys In large quantities and In that way can get the very lowest price, We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with you. We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Winds, I'looilng, Celling, Weatherboardlng, etc., THEO. E. RECHTIN. fall laatlb l4a 44 uk tcrttla. Um on perfection of laundry work when Uilallf.lima. BaiuniT uun 9avv your shirt is laundered by us, just as a a. WBITI Tim . una auw van buw evil 00.00 JKJH'T BKlaAI. our laundiy stands alone for excellence uvaoiKa. Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK t CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. I.unir Irrllntlon of work turned out. Your linen isn't is the forerunner to consumption. will cuie Injured here from chemicals or imDr. Bell's skilled assist it, and give such strength to the proper handling. Only you can't beat lungs that a cough or a cold will not ants are employed, and First-cla- ss settle there. Twenty five cents at all it for beauty of color and perfection of good druggists. ForsalebyZ Wayne polish, Clera Her, agent. Richmond Stum Laundf? Griffin & Bro. tf -- It Stands Alone and frlgbt ehargM, U.a II w ..at wua onlr. WE MAKE THIS TOP BUOW,ByK . taakraputlaU.v bugglei. LaioBt 8tvU For 1800. him irom ma nan MUunia wgua, waar, iiai inn mo. tfkaala. iivUI JlultO. Ka4 StrUs. aj IUuAtnUd.0rUr4w.Ur ouoco Daily lilt b Orada Hera wad Jlira ftarvta1! 1'ataot. Ttt-Hulbor licarlly Llosd, full aitU and bvk onrUlaa. ratalillaf.duaraLVi U1 txioal to aay HMO) tuigwj work. Uody black, uaeis dark croao or tiara aaMaenag. a.ara araaa rraaaa aoat aiaiB Kfu'l Utiaare II JDiVUrwi pcoa wm. u. "Bigy ?.Hia xr y K l'or the next 30 days we will make a specially low ptlce on entire house pattern. Dealer In all kinds of Building Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, HrauBvllle, Ind. Alff ill lor III lle.t I'Hliiii I'ln.lrra. Nenil lor I'ntaluKiie. Job Printing Done r on short notice at this office. U CREOLE HAIR RESTORER Ptrhtt Ruttrtr. A THEO. DEL 3FL3ZS03Eia?IlNr, I If your Merchant Uoeen't handle, sand 11.00 to us and. on bottle, or S5.00 and get atz bottles, uuanuaui r.aj'Aiu to any part U. B. or Canada, VAN VLEET-MIMSF-in D DRUB CO.. 8ale Proprietors, MEMPHIS. TENNa et Half Dmtlna and J