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U 1 t Ol-uftoTDlia- OIK' Jil "Wr AIR v . a- The Republican Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican aud Louisville Commercial,,! and the Courlfrjoufnal, I and the Toledo (0 ) Blade, I and Louisville Dispatch, 1 1 and the Globe-Democra- Rates. yrar,$l.2S-Th- e year, (t.25 year, $ i.i$. year, ft 25. year, ft 50. The Hietioeb Bepublican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PiETT FODSTB COKSEESSIOKiL DISTRICT. The Republican Is the best Advertising, motflum In this part of the country. Fine Job Work Dene on short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customoro Guarantood. Fine Job Work a Specialty. Subscription $1 a year. No. 45. PAUL JONES' FLAG. - VOL. XI. DOROTHY'S TRICK. Dorothy Vane, a pretty young girl 18, was silting beside the cheery open fireplace In her cosy home.deep-- . ly absorbed In a highly sentimental novel, which she was very" fond cf reading. Her mother died when Dorothy waa very young, and her lather, being a busy man, had not much time to spend with his dearly beloved daughter. So. when not occupied with her studies, Dorothy spent most of her reading romantic and impoislble love stories. When she graduated from school at the age of lG she became engaged to Arthur Knymond, n promising young mnn, and the son of an old friend of Mr. Vane's. That they loved each oths er vni not to be doubted, and would have been very happy had not Dorothy's putty curly head been filled with silly notions and fancies gained from her beloved novels. She laid down the book she was now reading with n slgb of regret. uspense of mind seemed' more than he could endure. He reached Dorothy's house at last and raug the bell violently, leeling as thongh he must batter the door down belore It was opened by the astonished maid, who gazed at him in amazement as he dashed by her and soon reached Dorothy's room, "Dorothy!" nnd what a world oi anguish aud despair was continued in that one word that he uttered as he saw Dorothy lying still on the couch before him, and before she conld arise he fell senseless on the floor by her side. As she stood as one stunned by his side, Mr. Vane, hearing the coruuio-- . tlon, hunied'into the room, Dorothy ont a few words of explanation, then with a low aioan fell back on her '" couch In a swoon. Arthur was carried to another chamber and when Dorothy regained consciousness shehurriedtohis closed door waiting In terrible suspense to hear the verdict of the physician, who had been summoned. "Oh, God," she prayed, "forgive my great sin and do not take my darling from me. If he dies I will be his mur. HAKTFOKD, KY., IlJUDAY, JUNE 2, 1899. would either make the soil around the seed too dry, or.in a rainy season, it would furnish the best breeding place for the rot fungus. In the fact, stable manure plowed under the same season Is not now considered a1 safe practice among farmers who are experienced in growing potatoes. It is much better to manure the ground a year or two before, and so give the manure time to fervent and disappear, leaving only its condensed nitrogenous and mineral fertility In the soil. In one way we think that in a wet season, and It was while the potato crop was growing this past summer, the coal ashes may prove a benefit. They help to dry out thehill. So, too, of lime, especially superphosphate that made with a little excess of sulphuric acid, ns most ol it it. We have known farmers to nse a very ll7 tie phosphate in the hill with potato seed, but in this case taking care not to have it come In contact with the cut surface, which It would soon eat into and destroy. Potatoes thus treated were free from rot, while those beside them, not phosphated in the hill, were half rotten. In this case we attribute the good effect to the drying of the soil In the hill. We can Imagine that coal ashes, being inert themselves, must have operated to make the soil more dry inside the hill the very wet weather early in the season. Even when dry weather came, this dryness In the center of the hill where the potatoes form Is an advantage, for most of the potato roots that supply moisture have by this time extended to the middle of the rows. American Cultivator. X Real Flomioh Jawbreaker. Man, Man, Marvolous Man. No matter how red a man's halt Is he never likes to lose It. The noblest study of mankind is man, but his favorite study Is woman. Every man who hears of a woman who is a man hater believes she would alter her views If she ever met him. When a man begins to go down hill he finds the la its ol gravitation and the encouragement oi his friends to help him along. Some men are like silver-platknives; they look bright, but are usually dull. Alt men are born poor and equal, but some of them grow up and get mar rled. 'The-mawho believes In giving the devil his dne should 'never have his body cremated. Nine out of every ten men who begin life poor manage to hold their own to the end. When a man's temper is ruffled his brows are usually knit. Nothing will blind a man so effect ually as throwing gold dust in his eyes. Never judge a man by the umbrella he carries until you find out who owns it.. No man was ever blamed for being a gentleman, but many have been falsely accused. The man who always tatks gram matlcally seldom says anything worth ed Preserving, Fruits. GRAFS JRM.Y. or It'ls Worthy to Rank With Mark Twain's Gorman. - s. 1 Brail An Excellent Combination. Tho pleasant method and beneficial elTmsta o( tlio well known remedy, &rrtur rr Fibs, manufactured by the CvurotHlA I'm Strut Co., Illustrate tlia vulaa of obtaining tlio liquid laxative principles of plant known to be medicinally laxative and prctcntlng them lii tha form most refrcthriito tho tMsfekud UviepuMi'to ftiotjitetit ' It la tha one perfect strengthening laxative, cleanslnr the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fcrers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per mnuontly. Ita perfect, freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and Ha 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, aa they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plant, by a method known to the CALironarA Flo Stiiuf Co. only. In order to get lta beneficial effect and to avoid Imitations, pleaso remember the full name of the Company printed on tlio front of every package, Some new words have been neces- Tho First Amorlcan Colors Evor Thrown to tho Broozo. sarily added to the English language since the introduction ol the horse 'less carriage, and the vocabularies of other tongues have also naturally been similarly enriched In all countries wheresuch carriages have become popular, JWlth few exceptlons.al these words ate techlncal, and their true significance is only understood by the ciec Idclan and the machinist. The Members of the Flemish academy of Anvers recently determined to irame AjWord which would be ready intell jgi&& to all who understand the Ian guag'e oFFlanderaanoTwho have seen a horseless carriage and the result was that alter much deep though they framed the following word: "Snelpaardelooszouderspoorwegpe a i. rf. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM rKANCTOCO. CAL. nxw tork. v. y. LOtnaviLut. jrr. Poraale by all Unifgitla. I'llce SOc. jr bottle. Mil "Gained ;3 Ei Poms In 15 Days." Said Han. W. VY. KlnlocMdllerlairflfl Ml piper, Cfcrlitian Coual Republican, Ozark, Mo.: "I took two boxes a year ago. It dcttrorad dsslrsior tobacco, and I gained II pounds In 15 csjs. This Is not a paid nollcev but our experience givtn la hopes many other poor tobacco tlsvts nay take NO and it freed.'' A natural easy way 10 quu lOMcco-mm- j. tax NO-TO-BA- Why can't Arthnr talk like that to me, I wonder? He never tells me that he worships the ground I walk on, or any of those nice things, aa they do In novels. Oh, I do wish he would talk so to me jast once! I wonder if I can't cause him to," and Dor othy sat thinking deeply a few moments. "Ob, I know what to do now," she cried, clasping her hands in delight," "and it wilt be such a good joke,too," Although her conscience told her she was doing wrong, she would not herd it, but rat down to her deak, writing the following note, which formed the main part of her plan: aerer." "Dear Arthnr : I write to bid you farewell. Yes, I am going to die. I am quite sure you do not love me, as yon never tell me about It much. So to night, when the world sleeps. I am going to turn on the gas, and In the morning I will be found lying cold and still on my couch. So I bid you a last goodby. V ours In despair, C. A tuei t Reading this over with satisfaction, she hastily eealed and sent the maid out to port it, little thinking how mnch suffering that note was to cause on the morrow. DRUf GIST'S GUARANTEE. Th,e bright sun awake her early next .,Evtr druwlst 1 anthorlied to sell under atoolule (uarantoo morning, and she sprang out of bed tocuroevery farm at tobacco mlns". Oar written manatee, freo Martlet ot with a happy laugh, as she remem-- . aud bookletcniled. "TJOp't Tobacco Spit and timoke Year Llfo bered what she had planned to do. Awsy," milled for the ssttlti. She soon arrayed herself in a pretty RKHKllY CO.. Chicago, Montreal, Can., New York. T white dressing gown, her lovely gold fACPADITTitaDitf caihartle euro en curls banging far below her waist. Wo, I G ton.ar.aUoo. Only "Ihaveitot long to wait now, for Arthur must have received my note by THE GOVERNOR'S APPETITE. Wha cja thin Wanted-- An Idea Cf MIDkt? r lOtpt now, and will soon be here. Won't it your froUctJ01IM i wr way fcriue tou w .alia. be a joke to be on my couch so still, CO- - r.LliljAUo VKDDCAUUH!l Writ Ho Can Eat With Impunity . WuhUf too, XL OU for lblr ftl.tU) prlw off and when he reaches my side to jump aa! 1U& of two fajublr! UTcaUeaa wasad. Anything Sot Boforo Him. up and surprise him? He snrely will say lots of nice things to me then and Georgia's chief executive has many be quite romantic. It will be just good qualities, and in addition to his like a novel." superb robust constitution, the Govs We will leave Dorothy to orrange ernor also possesses what is coveted B a DUB herself on her conch, making a veritby many nnloitunutes lie has a good I The Leading Specialised America able "sleeping beauty." appetite. Like any ordinary mortal, 20 YEARS IN OHIO. Arthur Raymond was delighted to however, he once suffered from Indi250,000 Cured. recognize Dorothy's handwriting gestion, with all the distressing conamongst his' morning mall as lie sat ditions which it produces. But he WECURESTRICTURE leisurely eating his breakfast. He has found an unfailing remedy, how ThonunJf of to an inJ mlJJla uxl pressed the letter to his lips and then, ever, and aald recently: rain avr trftubleU with IhU UP fr rauir uuocuKlouitr Ihcr may jva a nnvrt breaking the heal, commenced to read. tnf ifBiuiiDii. nuMii, iwiiiioff ii ruin, "For many years my digestion was iltirp eulllor tMilniat tliari.kiUbtflttx As he grasped the meaning of thost bad, ba't'thTofcaslonal use ofa bottle dlffltaUy rbr cialitioiti. ta eomatkclni, vtk tu.t all Ibt lyDii'tomi wnant, cruel words his face turned white as ot S. S. S. has entirely cured ex narrqui uennir ibcj hto me ot i)AB'lliltlMtoriibarimcntiin marble and the room seemed whirling this tualady,and I now eat with perfect ou by euttlnf, itratcblor or Uarlor not eat yoa.mli will rtv rou. 'ihlmlll around him as he caught at the table Impunity anything set before me," Our NHW MUIIlOU for suppott. Then springing op, he absorb tha ttrtctur tiaavai Governor Candler has also declared tbt ttrteUrf ptnnaaent ly, hae rmOTairirturn. Na bain. hq iaffF ran Into the ball.nnd' catching his bat S. S. S, to be the finest tonic asLn narsi and tar iio Uittntloa from buiinai by our from the stand he went out on the blood purifier made. He laeinod. iuvSHaiorKMiarrooin has used It ntJ. Tha um aralnv!rorateaani street. Hailing a cab he was soon every spring lor the past filteen tha kllM at manbooU rttarot. speeding on his way to Dorothj'j years. WE home. It seemed to him aa though Thnul.nJl ftf TAUB and lnlJdlft.Kl the horse but crawled and the awful ictn aro liarlnff their rciual vlror n$ eonllnuallr Mpped !r lali dit Coal Ashes for Potatoos. vlulltr ai, Ther an fraqntnllr uucodkIoo. e.rthoc.uiocltn.fmrloml. UM.rair Weakn.n, Unnatural UllchArm. We have heard this year of some Manhaad, Nervonin, l'oorMfn- irr, irriiaDtmr. ai iim. om.riiDf po farmer who applied a small handful atlon. Hunkcu J.'m. llh dark cirtlM. Wlc Hark. U.n.ral lleiirtulon. Lack of coal ashes in the hill before planat AmblUon. Vatieonla, hhrnnt.a ting the seed potatoes, taking care to l'arl". etc. dliLlii ami oiiiiliuiik mark. tlia eanaa. Doa't eouiult familr doctor!, aijbcj have no atperleuca iu let the seed come in contact with the, ,,un i.ci riwn., uir.iv, muu ashes. Their potatoes thus treated Uuatkitu cjp.rtmtnt on yon. uoniuii HpMiallitf, mini liavo mad. a Ufa itudr of were free from rot and scab, while OurNKW Ilimw.ofli.nandWrini.n. MKrilOU TltliATUUNT Mill, iwal. others in the neighborhood were very eura you. Una thniand d.llan tlv.lr WAstmtaTOK. D.C., April l,i80S. for a eau no acetvt for traatrueut and badly affected by disease. The farDr. S. B, Hariman, Ctlumbut, O. sinnoVcora. Ttnnsmoderstoforaeure. Mr Pub Docroa: It gives me mer who tried this Is enthusiastic CURES GUARANTEED pleasure to certify to the excellent over his success, and proposes to apwa Iritl ana .urt MISSIOJJB, uratlv qualities oX your medicines: ply coal ashes In the hill to as' many VAIiroogUMJ. BYPIIIMH, Of, ny,PKonET HTlllOTUllH. IMl'OTI potatoes as he can, secure the asbes .1111SCI1AIUI- NWATl! UAL apHAlNH.li: YamlllLAll llKllItDlMai.a experiment, for. But one even 1IOUKB ATIOK FUEK. ll, writ. Cor H unabl. to IlKK though so satlsfacnory as this, Is not ULAIIK lor JIUiliS llliffljiK conclusive, there may have been a I3TZS. difference la, time of planting or of soil which would have saved these potatoes from rotting away. It would kk Yft. n. ruuniii 7 C OltlCINNATI, O. have been more satisfactory it a group ot four or eight hills were ashed and some adjoining tbcm were at the same time planted without the ashes. 3Ft.. 3EHL. As we have often explained, there TAIH.K. IIRAVKlt UAI1, Is very little, if any, Mnauurlal value in coal ashes. So far 'as increasing NORTH BOUND. the potato crop Is concemingcoal ash4:41 n. m. Fast Mall es are useless. But 'tbeVery fact that No. 2:V2, Accommodation, .6:02 a. m. Hon. J. D Bonnr, CoagTisinaq-t.Largf rom, Kansas. No. 222, AccQinoiodfttlon..l2.4 p. m. the coal ashes haVo'Doroaiiurlal val6:62 p, nl. and No. 202, Fart Mail '. I have tmsn ue may be an advantage in growing No. 204, Local Freight. . . .8:10 a. m. afflicted, mora or less, for a quarter ot potatoes free from rot. In contact a, century with catarrh of the stomach and constipation) a residence In Wash- with this material, free from manurSOUTH HOUND. es. If there were germs on the seed 12 20 p. ra. ington has increased these troubles. No. 203, Fast Mail A fowbottla of your medicines hra potato that might, extend and cause Accommodation. ..8:37 p. ra. given ma almost complete relief, and No. 231, I 12:25 p, iu. am surotliat a'coutlanaUoa of their rot, they would be isolated,' and thus No. 221, a- - ra. Ihe new crop-- could be grown free 10:30 No. 201 , Fast Mail us will effect a peraaaaanfaare. Ifrora rot. No. 203, Local Freight. . , ,2:40 p. ra. j la aurely a wonderful remedy for catarrhal affections. All farmers know that to put 'sta J. D. BOTK1K. ble manure In contact with the potato tor II II tails locro,yougl your nsnty back. Just try a single box. It will work wonders; miss jou happy la more ways tain one. No excuse beeaus ol lick ot faith, for you can buy under your own WaltllUti truth aaeul NO. Dorothy." WflevARi, It seemed an eternity before the doctor came out and kindly told "her that Arthur had regained conscious-- , ness, but a severe attack of brain fever had set in. Who can describe the long weeks of suspense and the awful remorse that Dbrothy suffered while Authur's life hung on a thread? They left indelible lines on her fair face. At last, after long days of agony came the happy news that Arthur had regained his senses and would recover. Mr. Vane, at Dorothy's request told the Invalid of his daughter's plan and what had caused her to do such a cruel act, Dorothy waited outside. j her heart beating painlully. Would Arthur still love her, or had she by her own act lost what was now dear er to her than life. "My child, Arthur wants you," said Mr. Vane, coming to the door, and Dorothy went to her, her great happiness lighting up her face. Arthur looked nt her careworn face with tears ol pity in his eyes. "My poor darling, how you must have suffered," he whispered, as he drew her head down beside hint on the pillow, and Dorothy's heart was filled with happiness, and, pressing her cheek close to her future hus band's face, she gave "thanks to'God for answering her prayer. Boston Post. trolrijtnlg." This euphonious word signifies "a carriage which Is worked by means of petroleum, which travels fast, which has no horses and which Is not run on rails." That Is, from one point of view, a fine example of multum in parvo, but It may be questioned whether one extraordinary long word is preferable to half a dozen short words. New York Herald. If troubled with rheumatism, give Chamberlain's a trial. It Pain-Balm will not not cost you a cent If It does no good. One application will relieve the pain. It also cures sprains and bruises in d the time required by any other treatment. Cuts, Ihi Wnd Yo Haw Ahnrs Bocght Haw tU burns, frostbites, quinsey, pains in the'' side and chest, glandular and other swellings are quickly cured by applying It' Every bottle waranted. The Berlin editor who said, 'GerPrice, 35 and 50 cts. 7.. Wayne Grifmany is not able to compete with the fin.' m. U. S. at sea," has a good head for facts. Tribune. y. one-thir- listening to. 10c, Bdneata Tour liowals With Cuicarrti. Candy Cathartic, cur. constipation foroter. Sc KC.C.C. (all. drut jlu refund moner. BIsmark's Iron Nervo Was the result of splendln health. Indomitable will and" tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver , Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 35c at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. Vdgetablos Grown by Eloctrlc-It- Waltod for tho Doorto Shut. The sun blazing down on a race course, far, far east of Suez, and on a field ol hot, excited horses and starter and an even more eccentric horse combine to get us in line. The patience of the former Is at last exhausted. "Bring up that horse! Come up on that beast! You'll get into trouble over this. I tell you," and so forth. TheAustrallan lightweight, replied patiently: "I can't help It, sir. This is a cab horse, this horse is. He won't start till the door shuts and I haven't got a doo. Academy. Ill) .'ltlli:jii01AY. That Is the way all druggists sell Grovk's Tastklkss Chili. Tonic for Malaria, Chills and Fever. It Is simp' ly Iron nnd quinine in a tasteless lorm. Children love it. Adults prefer it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, 50c. thluartu-Mat- 'aaSEsamsastsssii IBRS.rf Jjpj (& tl Read tho Tongue. How many ol us, when performing some difficult or painstaking feat with the hands, work the mcuth Iu rhythmical contortions? The scene Is laid In the Bchool room, during the writing lesson. "Pleast? ma'am," speaks np a little girl, "Johnny Smith is niakln' mistakes In his writing lesson." "How do you know that, Ellen?" asks the teacher. "There's three capital S's la the, and he's making Vs. copy "Why you can't see Johnny's diiuv-I'lIitV- 'IHUAT-AIUN- T 1 1 CURE GLEET pen." "No'm, but Iran see his tongue." Youth's Companion. Fall-la- Congressman Botkin's Statement u Kennedys Kergan oincui. there are thousands of wo- men who nearly suffer death from Irregular menses, borne- limes uio jjcuuu tunica luu sometimes not ofter often enough sometimes the flow is too scant, and again it is too profuse. Each symptom shows that Nature needs help, and that there is trouble in the organs concerned. Be careful when in any of the above conditions. Don't take any and every nostrum advertised to cure female troubles. Every Month Lamarcha, in France, has been duplicating and improving upon many of the experiments in electro culture of vegetables made by Spechnew in Russia. He traced the effect of elec-- . trlclty upon the plant from Its germination to maturity. He found that the electric action doubled the rapidU ty of germination and the Increase of the plauts, but it had no effect on the 'weight of the producto obtained In the harvest This was especially the case with gains whose seeds had been treated electrically belore1 planting. Where it Is desired to produce a larger description of plant the current gave astonishing results. Copper and zinc plates placed in the earth and connected with a wire enormously de veloped the size of some vegetables, particularly radishes and carrots. Static electricity in nit . cases enabled the plant to assimilate a large share ol the nitrogen of the air; for a number Of grains the increase was about '60 per cent. It was observed that not only did these grains mature more rapidly, but they were free from the attcks of destructive Insects. It la probably that this feature of electrical treatment ot plants will be taken up later, and be made the subject of spec ial Investigation. Experiments have also been continued with the ofUde- 'scribed geomagnetifere, which gives great facility in supplying a series of garden beds with the proper amount ol electricity for the rdost effective treatment of the plants they contain. Potatoes began to grow three weeks earlier than those planted at the same time, but not under Its Influence, and the product was 50 per cent greater. Experiments by Molra on the germination of seeds showed that a largely Increased, proportion of the seeds treated matured. Doit Tobue Stlt i.d Smol. T..r lift Awij. To quit tobacco aaally and foravtr, bo mar y nolle, lull of Ilia, aexv sod visor, U Dao, tha wonder-workethat malm wca men stronr. All druulm, iOo or It. Cuiaruaran-tted- . Booklet and sample free. Address Burling Hamad j Co., Chlcaio or Haw York. A SMALL SPOT The United States government owna what is left of the firat American flag ever thrown to the breeze. It was made of Imported English bunting, and was presented by the American congress to John Paul Jones, who placed it at the fore peak of the Bon Homme Rich-- , and when she went Into the memorable engagement with the Serapls off the coast of England on the 23d of September, 1779. OWhen the flrg was shot away from the fore peak, Lieut. James Bayard Stafford, jumped Into the sea and rescued It. In attempting to replace It by nailing It to the mast, he was set verely wounded by a British bnllet. Subsequently, in recognition of his bravery, the American congress formally presented the flag to him. It was subsequently bequeathed to his daughter, Sarah Smith Stafford, who has been a well known figure In American history. It was her proudest possession during her Hie, and at her death passed to her brother, Samt uel Taylor Stafford, who is now living1 in Maryland, and passed Into the hands of his wife, Harriet P. R. StafSWKET PICKLED PBACHBS. ford, of Cottage City, Mass., who Boll 2 pounds brown sngar, one presented It to President McKinley in. December last, and it is now In the pint vinegar and one ounce stick cinnamon twenty minutes. Dip half a National museum at Washington. peck ot peaches quickly In hot water, Blade. and then rubTffthe fur with a towel. Stick each peach with four cloves, put into the sirup and cook until soft, Volcanic Eruptions using one half the peaches at a time. ttjtti I'Rum. Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob Into a stone jar put one pint life of joy. Bucklen'd Arnica Salve, enres them, also Old Running and brandy, and add the various fruits as Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, they come into season; to each quart Crons, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, of fruit add the same amount ot sugar Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. anil stir the mixture each morning Best Pite cure on earth Drives out until all the fruit has been added. Pains and Aches. Only ascts. a box. Raspberries, peaches, cherries and Core guaranteed. Sold by J. H. pineapples are the best to use. BRANDIED PBAcitES. Williams, Druggist. Remove the skins' from one peck of peaches, and put alternately layers of peaches and sugar in a stone jar, using half the weight'of the peaches In sugar: Then add one quart high-proalcohol or brandy. Cover closely, putting a piece of heavy cloth under cover of jar. man-ofwar of Grapes ahonld be picked over and washed before putting 'into the preserving kettle. Heat to "the "boiling-point- , mash and boll thirty mla-- . utes. Strain through a coarse strainer, and then allow the juice to drop through a double thickness of cheesecloth. Measure, bringing to a boiling point, and boll five minutes; add an equal amount of heated sugar, boll three minutes skim and pout Into glasses. Place In a aunny window and let stand twenty-fou- r hours. Cover and keep in a cool, dry place. To heat sugar, put It in a granite dish In the oven, leaving oven door ajar, and stir occasionally. To prepare glasses fo'r" jelly, wart them and put them Irt'a kettle of cold water; place on range and to the boiling point- - Remove glasses and drain; place glasses, while filling, on a cloth wrung out of hot water. To cover Jelly glasses, cat paper la circular pieces to exactly fit la top oi glasses. Dip In brandy and cover jelly. Put on the covers, or clrcnlar pieces of paper, cut larger than the glasser, and fastened securely over the edge with mucilage. Marmalades are made of the pulp and jntce of fruits with sugar. heat-wate- r i j MAY BE CANCER. The greatest care should be given to any little tore, pimple or scratoli which snows no aispoaition to neat unuer IT riDQT 40 ary treatment. No one can tell bow soon these rU rCAl.r.U A I rinul Ad will develop Into Cancer of the worst type. So many people die from Cancer simply be- MUM th9' do not know iuat what the disease Is; UFRP PIUPI mLIlL rimiLLOi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors, and are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous operation the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. The disease promptly returns, however, and is even mora violent and destructive than before. Cancer is deadly poison in the blood, and an operation, plaster, or other external treatment can nave no effect whatever upon It. The cure must come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. Mr. Wm. Watpole, of Walshtown, S. D says: "A little blotch about the size of a pea came under my left eye. gradually growing larger, from which shcotlnr pains at intervals ran in all directions. I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced ft Cancer, anu advised that it be cut out, but this I could not consent to. I read in my local paper of a cure e.feetod by 4aMw 8. S. S., and decided to try it. It acted like a charm, tlia Cancer becoming at first Irritated, and then discharging very freely. This gradually grew less and then discontinued altogether, leafing a small scab which soon dropped off. and now only a healthy little scar remains where what threatened to destroy my Ufa once held full sway." Positively the only cure for Canoer is Swift's Gpocfflo MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE 1 CANNED TOUATOE8 Wipe tomatoes, cover with boiling water and let stand until skins may be easily removed. Cut in, pieces and cook until thoroughly scalded; skim often during cooking. Fill jars. Threo Sons. Norfolk, Va., May 18. Mrs, John O'Keeie, wile ot a sign artist of this city, has presented her husband with three sons. To-dthe father named them Dewey, Sampson and Schley, in honor of the three naval heroes of the late war. The mother and three young admirals are progressing nicely. well-know- n ay CASTOR I A Por Infants and Cliildre. The Kind Yo. Boars the Signature of LeHaW; HavUfwifiJaajfc S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD because It is the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of tha disease and force It out of the system permanently. A surgical operation doas not reach tha blood the real seat ot the disease because the wood can a naf be cut away. Insist neon 8. B. 8.; nothing con take ita place. 8, B. B. cures also any case ot Scrofula, Ecwma, Rheumatism, Contagious Ulcers, Soros, or any oilier form of blood disease. Valuable books'on Cancer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any addxeas by Swift Speciflo Company, Atlanta, Georgia. Blood-Poison, 2MS Edition. Thricc-a-Wee- Hew Yor EWorld Thrlco-a-Wee- k , Practically a Daily at tho Pnooofawookly. ' . tm ' Romarkablo Rosous, Mrs Michael Curtain. Plainfield, III., makes the statement, that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she waa treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim ol consumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her nMftFIttlYS ! FEMALE REGULATOR ( druggist suggested Dr. King's New I. O, 1K Nq-20- a Man-a-H- Discovery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight Is the one safe and sure found herself benefited from first dose. medicine for Irregular or pain- - a She continued its use aud after taking ful menstruation. It cures all the ailments that are caused by f six bottles, found herself sound and well; now does her own housework, Irregularity, such as leucor- rhcoa, falling of the wornD, 1 and Is as well as she ever was 'Free .. ..M..-- n n.ln. In ,!. t.art trial bottles of this Great Discovery at back, breasts, shoulders, sides, J H. Williams' Drug Store. Only hips and limbs. By regulating 50 cents and $1.00, every bottle the menses so that they occur day, all every twenty-eight- h those aches disappear together. Just before your time comes, Jf the predisposition to ,worms In get a bottle and seo how much children is not cured tbey may be do you. Druggist good It will come emaciated, weakly and In danger sell it at $1. of convulsions. White's Cream Band for oar fraa boo, "Parfact , Haalto for Weoi.a." ' Is the most succesalul and TUB BKADF1EI.D REGUlATOtl CO. ipopular remedy. Price 25 cts. J. n. ' ATHHTA, OA. ra. I WillUuis. f i re When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort If you knov how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride In a reclining chalrcsr, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary csr. The cbslrs aro arranged so you can have a comfortable sest during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car Is supplied with a ladles' dressing room and a gentlemen'a smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these csrs run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change, Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt junctions with trains for all part of Texts, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West, If nil are Ihlaklni of taklm a trip, writ and till us whert jrou r sou and wham you will leave, aad wt will tell you how touch your ticket will co.t. what tralu to take ao aa to make Ihc U.t lime and connection., and anytklm U we can that will help make Aluicrt.lln(llillatooklct."ATIiIi . yourtripatoailortablaooe. ,' will ta milled lre to any addrcn. TO.TKXAf- '&l KY. TJEfcT The striking and Important events of tbe last year have established the overwhelming value of The World to every reader. For an almost nominal sum it has kept ita subscribers informed of the progress of all our wars and, moreover, has reported them as promptly and hilly as If It were a daily. With our Interests still extending throughout the world, with our troops operating in the Philippines, aad the great Pesldential campaign, too, at hand, its valile Is further Increased. The motto of The Thrce-a-We- 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 the fact that It now circulates more than twice as many papers every week as any other newspaper, not a dally, published in America. We offer this unequaled newspaper and Hartpqhd Republican together one year for 65. CORNS bu. iim. A au, IIT 14. aur. jr OO rr r'HNi 11UU ., k4rt&lM nail. OfAAT OHBOUCXL lt, rbtlew , vUsv Ik tlerel la tor riM u iiiinHstistfM.iMi4i II rMtf atr 1 itt. Ta ) lstAf ! ftavfe,tllMtis. U ktkll, SftS.a.' .eTaM tefll aiBrs i)t avk4.4' 47 1 1 Ua m W. A. McQUO.VN, - Travallo- raxeaccr Agtnt, lOOISVILLU. HlbluUalUf., O. W. LaBBAUMB, Cant Fasa'r and Tkt. Ajtol, (U) 8T. LOUIS, MO. "trw"amvfl .vs. a tfm ta m a .aaW'wwUlVkru.TeVHwit4 ha Vs BaBB rvar jS t 1 BBBw'AtjUJ avass nayrv-BAat at atrvaWaam. m af -- (. J II ata-- n.-.- aaa, a. ausaiauif aMaw !, s.a lU.U.ssBt.ireaViliwa. i 0to -- rftfttaMUMeutJui ur i j. u nmnww Egiiiniiimi V '1 1, Hartford Republican. Is.nril rrltlnya bjp the iiARTronit runi.iNiii.MJ iompant Incorporated. I " To the many friends of the conponder this momentous question long tracting parties we announce with a keen sense of pleasure the marriage nl and well. Prol. T.J. Morton, of Hartford, to slouch along the FON ROGERS, streets, with scarcely EDITl M. HoldlngShorlffs Rosponslblo, Miss Lucy B, Townsend, ol Cobden, Jno II. Thomas, j one physical attribIII .which occurs about the 20th of Inly, ute of manhood. The rites of matrimony will be proAnd yet these young United Sataea Judge Darker has OfflcoonFoxStroot. men would, like to given a new turn to the discussion of nounced, the sacred vows of life enter be well muscled, sup- how to check the lynching evil. In ed into and henceforth the hearts ol year In advance Jile, erect and hardy, Subscription, $1 per they don't know an Iudianacase the lamily of the vtc two olthe noblest young people whom how to go about it. tlm sued the shetllTol the county for Ilartlord has ever known will beat as at Ilartlord They try dumb belli, the Hntered at rowing and boiing, $25,000 damages, on the ground th.it one Aii second class mail matter. but only in half It has been the good f irlnne of the the prisontr was In his care and hearted way. These writer to enjoy Iroru boyhood an in keeping. The judge upheld this con sports should be play FRIDAY, JUNE 2. to them but are realtention, and In rendering his decision tirnate acquaintance with Frol M ly work. The uinln It is a pleasure to bear witness said: factor in this condiAAT2TCyC72TCXSaTXI3 1 ofthepersonal worth and merit of him tion is an in nourIf the law imposes a duty of care in ished body. NF..1ATE. The Prol. Morton was born on a farm near lOHTHF. respect to animals and goods which stomach is not work-in- ? rHtin-o.xci- . he has taken into bis posess Ion by Prentis about 30 years ago. His opiion.w. Dronerlr. The We areauthot'iedtoannouncellon. in virtue of his office, why should not portunities to obtain an early duca dlgeative and nutritive 01 ram are notnuV. Fred Long as a candidate for the tion were very meager, only having active health. The remit ii that the I the law impose the duty of care upon trition for the body It not distributed in office of State Senator in this the Sevproper proportions to make blood, bone him in respect to human beings who the advantage of a fewmonths trainenth Senatotial District, subject to the Blenched Damask, 50 Inches wide, would bo cheap ing in the district school. From ear- and muscle. "Jp'ryanl,our price 'Ma for 10 yd Patterns. are in his custoday by virtue of his action ol the Republican party. Weak young men who take a course of at 35c, our price, as long as it lasts, 25c per yard. office? Is a helpless prisoner, In the ly boyhood he was desirous of obtainDr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoery TAIT. X.T. HUtVAHU. Extra German Dleached Table Linens, regular 60c custoday of a sheriff, lens entitled to ing a higher education and to this will find a marked change in their physWe are authorized to announce THE end his leisure time was devoted to ical atrcngth and energy. The body will goods.our price 39c. Kxtra Fancy German llleacb-c- d HERALD HUMILIATED. bis care than a bale of goods or a be built up so that gymnastics will not Capt. N. T. Howard, oi Morgantown, (14 Inches wlde,regulat 05c tpiallty,our price 49c. Worth 12 Jo und our price 10 rents per yard. dumb beast? The law is not subject dilllgent study. tax and tire them, but be the natural as a candidate lor nomination for the At an early age he began teaching exercise enjoyed by muaclca which are Prof. 0. V. Armistead, a Virginia to any such reproach. Don't fall to aik to see our 50c and 05c pure Has State Senate, in this the 7th Senator nourished into firm health. tal district sul jtct to the action of the Judas Iscarlot of the colored race This decision sets a precedent witn the Hope in view. Ol obtaining a Daiuatk, worth 05o and 85c. In a tetter rcctlretl front A ti Wtllrr. ftq , Republican party. shetiQs to a new collegiate education after engaging of Pf nsacola, KacaruMa Co Fla trios 144). he whom the Hartford Herald brought which will arouse " I have, since receiving your duguofli state teaching, then in tbe dry good (JihhI colt fhiislit-- blracbul cotton, brands, ol my case aa stomach trouble ami Ihcr comhere to make a free silver speech conception ol the responsibilities de in plaint, taken eight bottle of the RoMen Malroil IIEPHKHKXTATIVE. Moinnvillo, Hup itiid volviug upon them. They wilt pro business lora period of years, bein in five and ten lear Discovery' and mint aay that I am transfailed to get a hearing at the court from (as tered Hartford College, from which formed met a walking shadow value my friends 1IOX. H.C. JAH.NAU1N. As tho Millinery season will soon be over, we have yanl lengtlis, at 4 jc per jaid. I The sable tect prisoners, even by force ol arms, institution be graduated with distinc- called very to perfect take pleasure your remIn recomWe are authorized to announce Hon. house Saturday night. highly aud edies instructed our Milliner to put the knife iu the Milli. against mob voilence. Further, they any anil all who suffer as 1 mending them to R. C. Jarnacin, of Heaver Dam, as a skinned professor arrived here about tion in 1895. After completing the did. Four mouths ago did not think to tie In I) 1 Sheeting, in rhurt lengths, worib 20c ner stock, as we do not want to carry anything in per yard; candidate for re election lor Kep. the middle of laet week, but the col will be likely to use all effort to ldens ahapc to assi-- t our ttnele Samuel ' in case of A. Ii., course in Hartlord College br hostilities, but .hanks 10 you, 1 am now ready-toresentative, subjt to the action ol the ored pcopje of Hartford would have tily the leaders ol mobs, that the lat this line over. Our loss Is your gain, which means our price while It lasts, 10c per anl. ' Dons ' " the entered a post graduate course in Republican parly. Judge ter may be brought to justice 35 per cent, saved to you, Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness. nothing to do with him. and he made Marker s decisslon is based on com DePaw University, Gteencastle, Ind., flood yartl wiilo Sheeting, pvular 60 goods, In his headquarters at the Herald office mon sense, and we hare no doubt the graduating in 1897. As a recognition LAbT week Judge John P. Morton hort lengths, go in this salo at !Uo per yard. It was a novel sight to see a big slick supreme couit of the United States of his marked ability and profound Program was granted license to practice law. negro as black as a June thunder research he was given a position in Our Clothing stock Is given up to be the finest ever He has resigned his position as dep- cloud quartered about tlio office of wilt uphold it, should the case be car the chair of organic chemistry in that Of the Fourth Congressional District liid up. brought to this whole Green Itlver Country.u every uty Circuit Court Clerk aud will Association, which will that great stickler for the Caucasian The principle of this decisslon ef institution which position he held Teachers' his litno to tbo practice of his suit wo have In stock is tailor-mad- e Men's heavy Shirting, would be cheap at 8Jc, our and mado to our race, which two issues ago raid, lects also the safe keeping ol prison- - until he accepted the Presidency of convene at Beaver Dam, June 30th ard profession. Judge Morton has servorter. As for fit, beauty and style, we surpas all. price GJc. Check Shirting, worth 7ic our price fie is a July 1st. "The rising generation of uegross aro era. II the shentl is responsible tor Hartford College. Prol. Morton ed two terms as Judgo of the Ohio moro vicious aud immoral than their allowing one to be I'RIIMY AlTriRNOON. taken from the teacher by profession aud by rich her Couuty Court, and is well Cttcd for ancestors.'' 130 Organization . jail by force, why is be not responsi itage of nature, a man of strong char the practice of law. 2:00 Welcome Address, Hon. R. P The Herald trot out some spicy ble to the county for allowing prison acter cherishing the highest ideals of Meu's Jersey ribbed, all Worth 7Jc, go in this rale at fie. All other goods at Hocker. Blurts aud life. hand bills announcing the Professor's ers to escape lorm the jail by their Drawers, would bo cheap at 35c, salo price 10c each. a. 20 Response, Supt I. R. Cojle. Miss Townsend was reared and edthe same low price. Thk f rioude of Mr. M. L. Heavrin, speech, but when the hour arrived, own efforts? Men's Ualbriggan Shirts and Drawers, regular 75c O. M. Shultz. ucated at Anna, III. She came to 2:30 The Junk-showho aro re poosible for his candidacy the Ferginny nigger, the editor and 2 45 School Book Bill, to be dis goods, our piice 48c Kentucky in 1897, to teach school General are proud of the City oi Toledo, ) f6r Attorney the publisher ot tho Jferald a, couple State ok Ohio, of the Lucas Countv, j S3 From the beginning of her school cussed by tbe Superintend.-ntvery warm support he is receiving of colored men and two or three Frank J. Cheney makes oath that work she enioyed the unlimited con district, discussion to be introduced Three yards long, would be cheap at 75c per pair, press oi the State from the Republican white men who had dropped in out of by Supt. J R. Ashlock. sale price 50c. Extra quality Lace Curtains, three and the very friendly encouragement cusiosity made up the crowd. They he is the senior partner of the firm ol fidence and esteem of both pupils MUSIC REcnss F J. Cheney & Co., doing business in and patrons alike. Her work in the Goal quality Matting, regular 20o goods.our price and yards long, would be cbeap at SI. 75, our given him by Republican leaders rang the bell and waited, but the Training for Citizenship, R. the City of Toledo, County and State school here just closed, has met with 15c Better grades 25c and 35c Ask to see our price $1 25. All better grades at same proportion. from every section of the State. Mr good colored people of Ohio county aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the hearty commendation ot our peo R. Moss. Oil Cloth and get prices. Heavrin's justly credited reputation were not ready to encourage the hire the sum of One Hundred Dollars for ple. Miss Townsend is a beautiful and 3'4o How to Reach That Bad Boy, as an able lawyer, his special fitness ling of their cuemies and very sens! each and every case of Catarrh that charming lady 1 W. F. Nichols. of rare accomplish as a public leader and bis splendid bly stayed away. When the hour cannot be cured by the use ot Hall's ments possessing every attribute of a 3'SS Literature as a Personal Re10 4 White Spreads, would be cheap at 85", our personal character justly.entitle bim hand pointed to nine, the editor Frank J. Cheney. noble christian woman. Prol. Mor- source, Kdgar Crawlord. of Catarrh Cure. It has already been given up that we carry the price 50c. Kxtra fine White Dttl Spreads to the liberal support that is being the Herald slipped quietly off for Tbe Transition of Play Into Sworn to before me and subscribed ton is be congratulated on winning 4:20 largest and belt lino of Shoes ever brought to UarU regular 81 115 goods, our price 08c. Better grades accorded bim by the people and the home and left his chief with ford. You should see tbem. an in my presence, this 6th day of De- the hand and heart of such an estima- work and the Significance Thereof, ranging in price from $1 25, 81 50, 81.75, 82.00, press. cember, A. D. 1886. ble lady. The Republican joins in Misses Lillle Irwin and Eallle Terry, auditorless Ferginny nigger orator 82.50, 83.00 aud 83.50. Ask 10 no them when in r.VKJJIS.0 SESSION. . A. W. Glbason, Good Spring Style Dress Prints, worth 5c per yard, tbe wish that the white winged birds on bis bauds, ibe bell was rung . our store. Music Prof Cox's Orchestra. Our esteemed contemporary, the some more and again tfaev waited. 1 SEAL of peace may strew flowers of happi our price, while they last, 3c per yard. Notary Public. ness along their pathway and that r editor of the JItrald is one of the 745 An Address, by Prof. J. C. The moon rose, the wind whistled Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter the troubled waters of tbe sea of life Plrtle. rs of the complimen freest and the mosquitos sung, but the col- nally, and acta directly on the blood 8:15 The Dramas Place In Liters- may ever be serene and peaceful. tary pen of the local press of Ky. ored folks came not, and finally the and mucous surfaces of the system. tore, Miss Carrie E. Coshy. There was a distinguished free silver Ferginny nigger approached the Send for testimonials, free. 8:30 Music, Orchestra. Last fall I sprained my left hip orator about his office from Thursday chairman F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O while handling some heavy boxes. of the meeting the pub8:40 An Address, by Prof. A. R to Saturday night when he was to ex- lisher of the JJeraldtLud asked bim Sold by Druggists, 75c. The doctor I called on said at first it Thomas. silver question, patiate on the frte Hall's Family Fills are the best. what he thought about it and the Presentation ol District Banner was a slight strain and would soon be but he said "narry word" about him chairman said be did, Supt. J R. Ashlock. and the meetThe Earlington Bee pays a fitting well, but it grew worse and the doctor mention the fact that not even did he SATURDAY 110RNI.NO , ing adjourned. tribute to the Hon. M. L. Heavrin then said I had rheumatism. It con he was a caller at and a loafer aboul d:oo Devittonal Exercises, Rev. Ohio county's candidate for Attorney tinued to grow worse and I could beautiful bills bis office. After those COMING ISSUES. hardly get around to work. I went to Jarnagln Gen. were circulated advertising the lecture S.30 Critical Language: the Need a drug store and the druggist recom Ohio county has a candidate for of their distinguished frieud we exMemorial Day, May 30. Tbe State campaign approaching mended me to try Chamberlain's Pain ot Pure English Ih College and High pected that scribe to com pli men t praise promises to be one of tbe most inter Attorney General in the person ot Balm. I tried it and one half of a 50-- School, T. J. Morton. The Washington Kidson Post. No. and compliment again and mention as esting, the most remarkable and the Hon. M. L. Heavrin, an able lawyer ceut bottle cured me entiraly. I now 8:40 Correlation of Social Forces 218 of theG A R. wilt meet at the WISHLY SAID: an actual fact that little boys were most hotly contested campaigns evtr at the Hartford bar. The Hartlord recommend it to all my friends. F. in a Community, R. T. Layman, G. M V.. Church, Hati, at 9 a. m. and march Irom there to tbe cemrtery and picking up bits of eloquence from the known to Kentucky politics and one Republican describes htm as possess- A. Babcock, Erie, Pa. It for sale by Holbert. decorate the grnves ot the deceased 8:55 Education as a Moral vs. In lloor of the court hall and about the upon which more depends, than was ing all the necessary qualifications and Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m, comrades and march from there to thinks him among the most deslra tellectual Force, M. E. Wood, Supt. J the grove where a nice dinner will be public Equare, but he said "narry evei known before in the history of ble of candidates. Other papers are Tyler Davis. served at I p m. Rev. Piles will Travelling in a Circle word. Wonder what's wrong? the Commonwealth. reflecting this opinion. The Bee 9:15 The Young Citizen's Cate- speak followed by o'hers, and we exWo have met the enemy inferior goods and high prices In tho The question oi expansion will not pect a nice time. There will be exthinks tnat Western Kentucky is the "As I understand it," said tbe hea chism, J. H. Pile, Supt. Driskell. The Commercial Convention held Ggure iu tbe approaching campaign, plaos to get Republican candidates cellent music ou the ground, the Tayopen field anil have taken them captives. Wo are now prepared to then, "you propose to civilize me?" 9 35 The Teacher In his Work lor Mines and Hartlord bauds will at Louisville the first two days of this it appears also that Democracy will this year. Hopkins will funlsh the meet tbe responsibilities of victory with shop, C. W. Barnes, H. J. Graham. "Exactly ao." play for us Everybody invited. week, was in every way a success. not attempt an abusive campaign winning Govenor if our sister coun "You mean to get me out of habits 9'3o Essentials In a Course of Come one and all, let us have a good ini against tbe present administration the from Representatives ties will arrange the rest ot the ticket of Idleness and teach me to work!" on May 30th. time Study, Supts. Asbcraft and Rogers. G W. Pmrrs Commander. portant towns and from nearly all the because it has been one ot tbe most with strength equal to its head. May"That Is the Idea." RECESS. C Parks. Adjutant. counties in the State were present. successful administrations ever Given be we can find a little place on the In the market and prices to suit the purchaser. We can givo you "And then lead me to simplify my 10.10 The Great Need of Kentucky The agricultural, miniog and manu- the State by the servants of any po ticket for tbe mountain districts anything in the way of Rough or Dressed Lumber, Doors, Windows, and invent things to make Schools, Supt. Ashlock, J. F. Nail. methods facturing and other interests of the litical party since its orgauiation and Barllngton Bee. my work lighter?" 10:30 What to do in tbe Schools Bash, Finishing Material of Every Description, etc. We will sell State wero brought before the repre admission into Statehood. "Free "Yes." Room, and How to do it, Prof. N. T. CENTERTOWN, KY. you a bouse pattern and then a firsMaas wagon to haul it home. sentatives of the various sections cl silver or bust" is predestined to be one "And next I will become ambitious Groves. Best Duggtes and Surreys on the market tho State-i- a manner which cannot ot the planks upon which theema. 10:45 What Shall be Our Criterion Most ol our farmers are done plant- to get rich, so that I won't have to to materially help every interest elated form of fecblo Democracy must ing corn and are preparing fail of Success, Miss Dora E, Gibson, tobacco work at all." "Naturally." There is prob.ilile no stand. It nppenreil to the minds of land. represented. 10:55 Address, hy Prof. A. C. Bur"Well, wbat'a the use taking such ton. feature of this very commendable on thiukiug men after tho raeraorablecara Prices the last thing to be considered. Our highest ambition Is to No dangerous sickness around us. terpriee that will bo productive ol paign of 1800 that every fallacy, fa'se 11:35 to 12 Business of the AssoLewis Goodall has lately repaired a roundabout way 01 getting just furnish you everything you need. We will sell you anything menE. Crawkord, ) and his residence on Walnut St and gave where I started? I don't have to ciation. inoro good to tbo business intercuts comparisons, misrepresentation tioned above, and If that is not enough, wo have 1,000 bushels of M. Cook. Com. ol the Stole than the bringing to- everything elso that tho human mind it a coat of fresh paint, which adds work nov,," Washington Star. I C. W. Barnes. corn for sale. Come to see us. could conceive, calculated to mislead greatly to the beauty of the house. gether of the various classes and the If Bill Goebel can keep the Demos Mrs Tom Benton and son Matthew cultivation of a spirit oi mutual inter and niHillrect the voters of tbe coun You Skould Know. Po-wer- s voters away from the county "Every morning I have a try bad been resorted too, und it is spent several days in visiting friends cratlc ets and good feeling which would do bad taste in my mouth; my conventions he will make his calltongue Is coated; my head much to destroy tlio eeiiHelcm and now interesting to know what will be in Hartlord last week. wuat Hood s barsapatllla bas power aches and I oficn feel dizzy. Several ol our young people went ing sure, but then comes the clec to do for those wh.i have Impure aud damaging prijudico now existing be the future policy of silver Democracy I have no appetite for breakfast tion, which the Goebel bill does not Impoverished blood. It makes tbe I ween the dillerent limitless inter- as It shapes aud forms Itself for anotb to bear Rev. Sam Jonea at Hattlord quite abolish and what food I eat distresses Post. me. I have a heavy reeling in blood rich and pure, ami cures scrol er campaign of misrepresentation and last week. ests of theSlate. my atomacb. I am getting so Mrs. Fannie B. Davis, and Mrs. II ula, salt rbeum, dyspepsia, catarrh, demegoguery. The song of the "great wesk that sometimes 1 tremble Would NotSuffor So Again for AnouT eight mouths ago the plan crime of 73" was sung by every howl- H. Davis, and son and daughter snd my nerves sre all unstrung. rheumatism, nervousness. 11 you Fifty Times Its Prlco. I am cettlne Dale and thin. I of laying a uet work system of tele- ing Democratic stumper from Canada spent last week with relatives and are troubled with any ailment caused am as tired in the morning as phone lines in Ohio county was be- to tho Gulf and from ocean to ocean. friends at Point pleasant. or promoted by impure blood, take st night." T Au?filt-tile lit tnlftli ! Inst Mrs. Jessie R. Jones, of Hardin Whit does your doctor say? gun. Since that time Hartford has It Is old and stale. Ttiey must county Ky, is visiting her son Silas pain. In my stoawch 1 ntvu felt Mjeod'8 Sarsaparllla at once. " You are suffering from imbeen connected by tbe Cumberland have another song. What shall it pure blood." badly in all my life. When I emit Hood's Pills are prompt and eftown. What Is bis remedy? Telephone Co. with Calhoon, Owens be? The great cry that silver governed Jones olthls ;., Hurrah for tbe nominee of the Re- down to work this morning I felt ao ficient, easy to take, easy to operate r boro, Kvansvllle and points Interven weak I could hardly work. I went tbe price of every commodity from a publican party lor representative and The following items from the As. ing and through the exchange of that peck potatoes to the Pbiliplne Islands We have come to tbe Farmer's Rrscue with Prices rent In twain with senator. And when you want your tt Miller and McCurdy'a drug store the determination that he hall not endure hard labor If he will only buy ' coiupauy, we are able to talk to points has beeu proven by time to be a gi ounty ticket filled come down and and they recommended Chamberlain's sor's books of Ohio county for the our Lateft Improved Kidlnc Plows. Disc Harrowa and Cultivators. Iu our sitter states 1,000 miles away, Colic, Cholera and Dhrrhoei Heme year 1899 will doubtless be of Intergantic fallacy. Tbe opposite to everys take a peep at our State. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and loss of time. dy. It worked like magic and one est to our taxpayers: The Ohio Couuty Telephone Co. has thing predicted by Farmers, btfore buying elsewhere, come and examine our large stock' DlXIR. Democracy in that fct f5'5 P1 354 793 ucs f IanJ dose fixed me alright It certainly oflinplrments of every description. Plows, Cultivators, Harrowa. Drills' ' connected Fordsvillo and points In campaign has come to pass, plenty Wagons, &c, &c. Prom the Hopkinsvlile Major. la tbe finest thing I ever used for acre tervenlng with Hartford. Two lines of work, plenty of money, good prices 1,117 town lots at $350.00 each. You are correct and mistake not stomach trouble. I shall not be with now connect Furdsville with Owens-bor- o and good markets. Of what specie neighbor. 156 store st $998 00 each. out It In my home hereafter, for I and a line extending from Fonlji will the next hitMiuj be! That the 8,194 horses at $33 each. Among the namaes mentioned for should not care to endure the suffervilla to Bhrove and Gleudeane con- present election law will be oue ol Attorney General we find many who ings of last night again for Gfty times 2,508 mules et $38 each. nects all points in that section and the leading issues in the campaign, 11,346 cattle at $14 each, It favor Ohio County's gifted son, tbe Its price G II, Wilson, Liveryman, 34 BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. tbe greater portion of Ureckinrldge conceded by every right thinking cit- Hon. M. L Heavrin. Should he be Burgtttstons, Washington Co,, Pa. 7.753 sheep at $1 each. .L county. The Hartford Telephone izen. 1 Under no circumstances or nominated we feel sure he would add This remedy Is for sale by '. Waynr 32 712 hogs at fi each, .& Exchange Co. have made it pos- condition can the . JL I Kast Ilartlord precinct is first In issue upon such a much strength to the Republican Griffin & Bro. You mult not have constiin. sible for tbe citizens of I'leatant shameful the value of town lots pated bowels If you expect the tueaiure be dodged. It was State ticket. Major Mr. Harrison In Paris, Sarsspsrilla to dolts best work. Jlldge, Duford and Hod a to be in In- conceived in corruption West If.irllofd fa firit In c.i).li on and brought But Ayer's pills cure constlps R Y Is deceptive stant communication with Hartford forth from a political hell. Tbe vilest hand. Hon. ease thoussnds ...ittht... Paris, May 6 Former President Springs is firi--t In the val. Sulphur and Ueavrr Dam. They have n'so political devil yPe have a book on paleness heaven's and don., Benjsmln Harrison, who is acting asi sun ever I Economical Writing Machine. and Weakness which you may ue of manufacturing Imp.emeiits and about fifty residences aud business shown It. If you want quick results on would not cbanue the know have for tbe asklnf . you can make uo mistake by using the representative of Venezuela on machinery. houses In Ilartfcfd connected with wording or meaning CoiuhveleJ on Kknllflc prfacipU) tut ol a single sen Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great the boundary cominluloni wblchn Magvn is first iu cash dcpolt-- d in Vtrka Im r Bo am, of ibnpU puis, II ll tht moil JuritU the exchange. A Hue that would be tence contained therein. midilnsmiJt, Rtpslr Mil in mJk,J to NrhsM y.q woalil Ilk. t aaasalt Its purpose kidney remedy, AtdrusreUts in Cftv meets here on June 15, has arrived In bank. tht minimum, llil tht BtllYtUnWHUr, .rulu.ol pbvBUUBf aMus y.ur eooai. of greater service to the largest numis to dictate the will of tbe people, its cent and dollar slz.s. Sample bottles this city. The United States ambav-.- ; iu. .lf .11 to. parus.lara la joaf tua..V; wul rsjaatv. a yrwaDl Ash for Art CWilyM. by mall ftec. also pamphlet telling ber of people in Ohio county is the object coutrol of the ballot box. 'ji sador, Gen. Horace Porter, is arrang' It Aaarau, DR. J. C ATtn. lUMtwHinAlwinButfltit proposed Hue connecting Itochester, Iu its full operation Is corruption In you how to find out if you have kid Ing for an Interview between lu.sil, ilu Bun tl n Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Presi nev trouble. Address. Kilmer & Co.. jt'aradiae, Itockport, Kchols, Mc- its most hideout form. dent ljubet and Mr, Harrison, Every lover I BlngUamton, N. Y. 421 Waluut Ht Cmolnnatl, O. 215 5tjj St. LoiijavUlo, post-offi- ce i . Henry, Williams and Render with Mr. Dearer Dam and Hartf nl. Moies Mattingly, of this place Is the promoter of the plan, lie propose to build and operate the line con necltng the points mentioned at 10 cents per talk, except Rochester. which will be 25 cents, provided that the people at the several points men. lloned will subscribe for a certain amount 01 nonets at tlio rate men tioned. It Is alio proposed that for ten cents extra any ol the points mentioned will be connected by exchange directly with Owensborn. This Is the fairest and best proposition ollered by any man or company in Ohio county. Much time could be saved by the business men and farmers alone the line and many a long trip through the heat of summer or cold and mud of winter could be avoided. Think about it, buy the necessary amount of tickets to get it, and make the enterprise ago. of liberty and freedom who cbeerishes a patriotio love of his country and as a guardian oi its Interesti should Morton-Townaon- d. Body building, as tbey understood It in Greece and Rome, seems lost art. Young men flat chested. flabby muscled. Our May Clearance Sale Is a Problem of Mighty Force. tho very best quality. We are selling these good values at lower prices than some others are asking lor their cheap goods. Italow note prices: Scotch Lawns. Fancy Piques. A cheap bargain takes money from tho purse. Tho word 'clij'.ip" when mentioned by us applies to the priee and not to tlio article, hi every department our merchandise is of s Tabic Linens. Wi-rtl- i .Bleached Cotton. aid-wid- e Forgct-iuu-im- Millinery. , 1 Clothing. do-vo- te Shirtings. 1 White Goods. Men's Underwear. one-picc- s Lace Curtains. Mattings. 3-- hite Bed Spreads. Shoes. 11--- I, ' free-UBe- 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, R. T. COLLINS, - HARTFOD. President MoKinley "We Cannot Escape the Responsibilities of Victory." The Best Materials to be Found ini YOUR .. 1 The Delight of Youth and Comfort of Age. V STORY r 3c ZRan.iro-w-- , NARROWS. KRNTUGKY. CAPTURED! e- "Wo Have Met tho Enemy and They Aro Ours" High Prices, Hard K Labor and trouble. ,' Prices Noxt to the Last Thing Considored. Williams & Williams, .. ti IfinN d. The Smith Premier Typewriter KUUBLti,,.,!, .' jmf r OAMVOnXJa., 1 Ky A ,,..- - fc JUNE ATTRACTIONS ,At FAIR & CO'S., Leaders of DRY GOODS in Ohio County. ? t ( Pride Goeth 'Before & Fall. Mr. L. M. Render, of Louisville, visited his parents here Sunday and Monday, returning Tuesday. Mr. E. L. Hen in g the boss Brick Maker, will burn two kilns this seas son, one ot Beaver Dam and one at this place. Mrs. Mary Williams and daughter, Mm. John Veller, ol Taylor Mines, visited the family of Judge Miller, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. J. C. W. Beckham, ol Bards-towDemocratic candidate lor the nomination for Lieutenant Governor, was in town a few hours last Friday, n, Hartford Collogo. The annual commencement exercises of Hartford College close y, this also closes the school year which has been a splendid one for this well and favorably known Institution of learning. The attendance has been large, students from many different counties in the State having been In attendance during the year The work done by the students has been of the highest order and their conduct cannot be excelled anywhere. The attendance of students lrom abroad has been so large as to cause many citizens to say that "The old time prosperity ot Hattford college has returned." On account of some very unfavorable circumstances, the prosperity of the school was blighted for a short time, but now no school In this section ot the State afiords a stronger faculty, a more thorough system of training or a better oppor tunlty for young ladles and gentlemen to acquire a thorough and practical education. Hartford College has long been famous for its practical instruction and excellent discipline and it stands to day without a superior in this part of the State. The people ol Hartford and Ohio county have al ways been proud ol this institution of learning and at the present it holds a high place in the estimation of the people of this whole section of coun try. Profs. Morton and Shultz who by their energy and skillful management have contributed so much to the restoration of Hartford College to Its former prosperity will have charge of the school again next year. They will be assisted by an able body ol teachers selected because ol their ess peclal fitness for the positions to be filled. Though the year just closed was a brilliant success in every par ticular next year promises to be the most successlul year in the history ol the institution. During the past year a good deal of apparatus has been added to the departments of chemis try and physics, also several hundred specimens have been added to the geological collection, In lact no opportunity to Improve the working las clllties of the school has been lelt un improved, and at the present time the school Is better prepared than ever before In Its history to meet the most exacting requirements for useful nnd thorough instruction. m La Grippe, Followed by H.art Dlssaso, Oursd by OR. MILES' HEART OURS. .JrraaSjpfpBJrp Some proud people think Specials. Ladies (ait Black Hoo Men'i heavy clocks Yard-widBleach (no lime) Mcu'i heovy 8usremlers , Sample line Ladle Vest taped neck JluMueh Toweli COc I'arusols e ; , '. Be; ....;.-- . regular 10c quality. Co Co Co they have strong constitutions, and ridicule the idea, Such people of disease. neglect their health, let the blood run down, and their stomach, kidneys and liver become deranged. o BUYING WISELY. It's buying your home supplies at right prices paying" only for the articles what the articles aro really worth that enables you to build a fortress of the savings. Economical buying, where the money goes the farthest, scabies you to bunch the surplus places you in position to successfully resist the finaucial blockades. lOo Co Don't be foolish about your health-UsHood's Sarsaparilla and you will 3Po prevent the fall and save yonr prido. Scrofulous Hip Dlsoa80-"007 My Ig. lloys Knee Pant 25o Youth's long Panti Coo Men's black Luiter Coats $1.00 Nice linen Suits 1.98 Olay Worsted Suit 3C0 Extra grey Tricot tiuitsfG. Others want f 10 tor tame. Cbllds wash Suits 60c Men's wool l'auts 11.25. Best line In Hartford. Bee us before buying. Shoes. Ladies tine button or laco Shoes Men's fine Bhoes, lace or congress Best on earth S1.60 Men's fine Shoes. Good grain plow Shoes Bys box calf Shoes Child Slippers Ladies Tan Slippers Ladies Black Slippers 81.00 1,00 ." ,.'.S. ;..... ..:.. '..'... 1.00 $1.00 COoto 1.00 ,76o .;...-..- . 50c Willis bad scrofulous hip disease from a baby. Abscesses developed. Months at the hospital, with best treatment, did no cood. Thsy said be would never walk again. lis was helpless and watted away to nothing but akin and bone. Hood's Sarsaparilla bad helped me, and I gave It to him. Imagine my delight at a wonderful cbangt. Abscesses all bealed, crutches thrown away. He la now tall and stout, well and the thanks aro all due Hood's 8arssparllla. Other mothers with crippled children should know this." Mis. Emma V. Dorr, Walpole, Mass. was weak, nervous florvousn08B-- "I and very delicate, staggered In attempting to walk. Hood's 8arsaparllla and Hood's Pills made me well. I feel like another person." Mas. Lizzie Biiiibibt, Conduit Street, Kit., Annapolis, Md. Dyspepsia-- " W all use Hood's fiarta-parlll- a. and It cured toy brother myself of dyspepsia, t owe my life to It." M. It. Kiac, 607 Franklin 8t Philadelphia. The funeral of Esq Robert T. Ren der will be preached at Independence, near McHenry, June 4th, by the Rev. II. P. Brown. Services at n o'clock a. ra, The Commercial convention 'which met at Louisville Monday honored Ohio county by electing County attorney M. L. Heavrin vice president ol the Convennion. The Stave factory started up Mon day and is now cutting Staves and heading. A large force of men is employed and are turning out a big lot of staves. O. ZwodS SauafiWil dh.r Shirts. J K Hood'. Fill. tifi Hf.r Uli, tli. nonUrluttaff wuTnioo4T StriaparliUZ tie to .ply Big line tamplo Shirts at 60s on the dollar. $1.00 fine shirts 75o fine Shirts COc fine 8b!rU bosom Shirt Beautiful Tu bosom Shirts '.. rt Fine Hilk 50c 38c 25c 11.00 COc Men's work Shirts MID-SUMMER 25c; 35c and 50 MILLINERY. trimmed hats Laces. 35c to $2.60 $1.00 up These goods we are closing Latest in Sailors Bcautllul Pretty Flowors, Chiffons, llibbons, nnt regardless nl former prices. WASH GOODS. Sea Island Fercals..9c Beautiful wide Yard wide Pcrcals.. 7c Madras Cloth. ,12ic. Sheer h latest forwaist. Percais.. 12o--ver- y White and figured Piques.. 10c Silk Organdies.. 5o, 7c, lOo. .33c. India Linens.. lo. Solid Organdies. .10c. Fancy Organ-die- s. .80 and 10c We show mora ol these goods than other combines. Visit h Glng-bam- us or send for samples. Good buyers investigate- - before buying, and that means that we sell them. We carWhy? becauso we buy right. We have no burdensome expenses. ry the biggest stock. We have the lowest prices. 1 We wantyour Eggs.your Chickens.your Feathers, Wool and ulnseng. ej Fair & Co., Prop'ns. -- Field & Son have secured an extra stable and now have ample room to accommodate all their customers. Col. C. M. Barnett is at home this The politest attention and the best of week. feed lor your horses. Field's 'bus meets all trains at There were two applicants at the Beaver Dam. colored examination held here May Everything new in Straw Hats at 26 and 27, Misses Susie and Hattle Carson & Co's. Owens, of Lcltchfield, both ol whom County Clerk M. S. Ragiand is on succeeded In making a second class the sick list this week. grade. Linen Suits for men $2.00, Linen Uncle Louis Gunther, Judge J. P. Pants 50c at Carson & Co's. Morton, Capt. J. G. Keown, Capt. Misses Isabelle and Fannie Coz are S. K. Cox and wife, Mrs. Sallle Tay lor, Misses Edith and Olive Carson, visiting friends In Lcltchfield. Alfred and James Hudson, Will Aut- Mr. Jno. C. Thomas is all smiles. mire attended Decoration day at No It's a fine boy, born Wednesday, Creek Tuesday. Mr. Wm. Fair made a flying trip to The steamer Scioto arrived at the the City the first ot the week. wharf Tuesday and left Wednesday Farming implements of all kinds, with a big load for Evans ville. We for sale by Henry Field & Son. are glad to know that this boat Is doing Mr. Jas P. Thomas, of Louisville, well, and her next trip down she will have a big load of lumber and is vlstlng bis parents this week. staves. HurrabI for our boat men. Mr. Lem McHenry, Louisville, Is Mr. Earl Bennett who served in the visiting friends and relatives inltown. Santiago campaign with the six Don't forget to bring in your Wool, teenth U. S. Infantry has Feathers and Hams. Cabson & Co. in the sixth Infantry and now is en Bom to the wife ot Mr. W. H. route to Manila. His many friends here wish him the same good fortune Mauzy a fine girl, Monday morning. Go to Westerfield & Miller's for as was his lot to share in the Santiago frest meats, lard, bacon and chickens. fight. Escape without a scratch. t... Sheriff Stevens conveyed Will Glover to the Eddyvllle Penitentiary Monday at which place he is to labor the lull number of the remaining days of his natural life for spilling the tnS blood of his fellow man. BhilU' Safety Whlffletree Coupling, writes of Dr. llllea' Heart Oars. Two ycars an attack of LaOrlppo left me with a aro weak heart. I bad run down In flesh to mere skin and bone. I could not sleep lyUsj down for smotherlnr. spells: frequent sharp dartlot pains and palpitation caused a constant fear of sadden death, nothing could Induce mo to remain away from homo orer night. Uy local physician prescribed Dr. HIlea' Heart Cure and In a few days I was able to sleep well and the pains gradually lessened, and finally ceaaed. I reduced the the doses, harlng gained fifteen ponnda, and am now feeling better in ercry way thaa I hare for years." Dr. lilies' Be-earo sold by all druggists under a posltlre guarantee, first bottle bensSU or money refunded. Book on disease of the heart and nerves free. Addreaa, DB. MILES MEDICAL- - CO, Elkhart, Ind. Inreutor WlnUrwt, a 8IIULT8. otmanufacturer Iowa, of and 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 mate the sales for the summer months swing in ahead of tho past season, and every price every value will convince you that we're thoroughly in earnest. Lawns 5c to 10c; Organdies 12Jc to 25c; India Linen and Dimities 60 to 30c; Percais 5c (o I2c; Prints to 5c; Factory Cotton 4o to 7c; Blcich Cotton 4o to 10c; Oinghams4otol0c; Colored Carpet Warp 17c, White yarp 15c. --- J . 3c The Satisfactory Kind. In buying Men's Furnishings, it's best to get the satisfactory kind; it's? best to keep in viow tho quality. Our stock is carefully selected it's the beet results of and we sell tbem at right prces. With an eye to in baying, it's a matter of business to come, money-sayinf to us for your Men's Furnishings, fcbirts, Hats, Hoso, Linen and Woolen Huits, Underwear and Fine Footwear. We are aiding every patron in careful buying we name the prices that set tlir pace we keep the qualities that careful buyers desire, g One-halbest.-makers- J, C. Riley hay to sell at 45 cents. trlcts being 500. Total Increase this year over last 309, Increase of white 1 of white males reported for '98 -- '99 go, increase of colored it. Number , 4,096, females 4,021, for 18991900, roales4,334,females3,879 Total colore ed for 272, females 215. Total colored for 0 males 264, females 230. Number ot schools lor whites 35, lor !H99i9oo, 37, colored 1898 1899, 2, 1899 1900. 3 Number of second-classchools white, 41, 1899- 1900, 47, colored 1S9H 1899, 2, 1899 1900, 1. Number of third class schools white, 1898 1899, 38, 30, colored, 1899S1899, 5, 18990900, 4 Number ol pauper (less than 43) dis, tricts white, 1898 1899,16, 15, colored, 5,1899 1800,3 Whole amount paid the teachers ol the county for the year endlnsr June 30, 1899, $20,140.55, reckoning the per capita for the year ending June 30, 1900, at $ 2.50 which we hope it may be the amount to be distributed for the year mentioned will amount to $22,032,50. 1899-190first-clas- s 1898-189s 1898-1899, 1899-1900, 1899--I930I898-1899, You'll Naturally Desire Them. The styles of materials in the Edward Rose & Co., Chi- -' cago, suits are so distinctive the tailoring such absolute perfection, that it's natural when you see the suits you aro 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. . cuitr. - J5 SPRING is w HERE AT LAST ' You will find us prepared with a.full line of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Millinery Goods, Shoes, Slippers, &cM which will be sold at prices that defy competition. Will give you prices next week. Wo wantyour Poultry, Geese, Turkeys, Wool and all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market price. Yours to please, The Hon. W. C. P. Breckenrldge. We sell Bedsteads at $1.50 and Oak of Lexington, will deliver the corns Dressers f 7.00. Carson & Co. mencement address of West Kentucky Will sell you a set ot Chairs at College, South Carrollton, next Wed. $2.50, cane seat Chairs $3.00 per set. nesday evening. Ccl. Breckenridge & Co. Carson Is one of t he greatest orator ol Amerl Esq. C L. Woodard, Centertown, ca and will doubtless have one of the made us a very pleasant call yester- best audiences which ever assembled day. in that quite little city. The Misses Cralton, of near Hens Mr Jno. B. Steveus, of Echols ', Ky. derson, are the guests of Miss Matt is dangerously ill of spinal menlngl. tlePlrtle. tls. Last reports last evening were Mr. Daniel Hicks, of the Alexander that he could not live through the nalghborhood, made us a pleasant night. Mr. Stevens Is an excellent business man and a good citizen. call Monday. His loss will be a serious one to the We have just received another fine community. lot of Crepons in black for skirts and dresses. Carson & Co. Mr. R. P. Llles, of near Beda, has Mr. Jas. L. Rowe, foreman of this joined the Sixth U. S. Infantry and Is office is visiting relatives at Leitch now enroute to Manila. Mr. Llles was field this week. one ot the heros ol the Santiago entertainment coming out from among Car-so- p Messrs. Jno. B. Wilson, J. F. Mauser missels without and F. W. Boyce spent a few days the Spanish harm to bis person. We wish him In Louisville this week. the same good luck In the Filipino Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Bean, of Nar concerts. rows, were guests of Mr. D. M, Hooker's family Wednesday. Messrs. C. M. Barnett, Shelby Tay Mrs. Lucy Klein returned home lor, C. M. Crowe, W, H. Barnes, E. Tuesday, alter a week's visit to her T. Miller, B. D. RIngo and Dr. E. W. Ford left town Monday' tor several daughter at Glennvllle. day's outing on Green River. The ' Master Calvin, son ol Mr. J. S. camping grounds of the party are lo Mosely, city, who has been very HI of cated at Morton's landing a few miles scarlet fever Is fast improving. below Ceralvo. Hunting land fishing Mrs, M. A. Bennett, and daughter, Is the program of the day. Mrs. LUea, of Beda, were pleasant At the last teacher's examination, callers at this office Wednesday, there were thirteen applicants whom Miss Mamie Plummer of Union making a pass succeeded in Neighborhood is visiting the family ing grade. There were five firstsclass, ol Judge Jas. P. Miller this week, and one third class seven second-clas- s Messrs, M. L- - Heavrin and Jno, certificates issued. The following cerH.Thomas attended the Commercial named persona made first-cla- ss convention at Louisville this week. tificates: C. E Smith, Ceralvo, Birch Messrs. Bean Bros, have received Shields, Cromwell; Sue King, O. G, Percell, Hartford and II. their boiler lor their tyle factory and once, making C. Field, Beaver Dam. will begin work at Laf-foo- n; Decoration day was fittinglycelebrat- ed at Balzetown Tuesday. A very large concourse ot people assembled to pay another tribute ol respect and honor to the heroic dead. Capt. N.T. Howard, ol Morgantown, was the chlei speaker of the day. He made a most excellent speech which was well received and highly complimented by all who heard him. Capt. Howard is a logical, forceful, and Impressive speaker. In him Is combined every requisite of a typical Kentucklan Ills sociability and strong personality always win lor him the esteem and confidence of all with whom he comes in contact. These traits coupled with his brilliant record as captain of a company in the famous 3d Ky., form the ground work ot a most inviting inture. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Itts. All druggists refund money If It falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B, Q. on each tablet. tf - a cold m one hay al - - Program. The following is the program ol the Commencement Exercise to be held at College Hall this evening: 1 Carson & Co., Hartford, Ky. A Business She Bryant O-iiott- LIBERTY, KY. May 30. Health In this communiIs very good Mrs. Jennie Barnard who was dan gerously HI last week is resting easier to day, but is very low. Mrs. C. H. and Miss Ophelia Stevens were the guests of Mrs. Barnard Sunday. Mrs. Bettte Hatcher, of Centertown, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Barnard. Mr. Ren Taylor and wife, of Smalt-housvisited Mrs. Taylor and Mrs, Barnanl last week. Misses Edna King and Laura Malen, of McLean county, are the guests of Bro. Berry's family. About a dozen of Liberty's fairest ladles and gentlemen attended the ice cream supper given by Miss Myrtle Taylor, of Union, Saturday night, they report a large crowd and a good time. Miss Fannie Black, of near Horton, was the guest ol Miss CUffie Leach Sunday, Mr. Elmer Barnard, formerly of this place, is on bis way home lrom Oklahoma to see his mother. ty e, S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. Eatray Notlco. About the 15th of January, 1899, there came upon my premises s ateers. I black and I pale red. Markol the black: Smooth crop oil of lei t ear, crop and awallowlork In right. Mark ol ted: Smooth under-sloIn tleht ear. Both dehorned or mulles. The owner may have his property by calling at my home xyi miles north of Centertown And Identifying same and paying cost of advertising and keeping. pe Republican Convontlon. At a meeting of the Republican Ez ecutlve Committee, held in Hartford, Ky., May 15. 1899. It was ordered: t. That a Mass Convention be held at the court house In Hartford on July 3, 1899, at x o'clock p, m. for the pur pose ol selecting delegates to attend the State Convention which meets at Lexington, Ky., July 12, 1899 3 That a delegated convention be held at the couit house in Hartford on June 8, 1899, at 1 o'clock p m. for the purpose ol nominating a candi date for Representative and selecting delegates to attend the Senatorial convention to be held at Heaver Dam, Ky., June uth. in said 3, That the representation convention shall be 1 delegate lor every as votes or fractions over ia cast fur James G. Bailey In 1897, pro vided that no precinct shall have less than a delegatea and that Ceralvo and Point Pleasant are included in this call and allowed two delegates each. be 4 That precinct conventions held in each voting preciuct on June 5, 1899, at 1 p m lor the purpose ol selecting delegates to attend the county convention to be held at Hart ford, June 8th. 5 That vacancies in the County Committee from the following precincts be filled by election at the precinct convention : Notth Rockport, South Rock port, West Fordsvllle JBu tuavllle, Ceralvo and ford, Battletts, Shreve. The following la the delegate vote which each precinct is allowed. 5 East Hartford ..,.6 Mcticnry. 6 West Hartford.,,.4 Centertown, Flpdn - S. B. V. 45 Larkm Williams. Iw, a, ajk.Mt'WOTt.XJk.. Hi !wj Ui4 Ui Y01 Barfi e at Harts Remaining in the ford,Ky.,which If not called for in. 30 lava will be sent to the Dead Letter Office at Washington, D. 0.: Miss ft ola Eaves, air. Leslie Jonn-son- , Mr. Joe. Tichenor, E. J. Post-offic- List of Letters ITn&illftv. remark: "There A Democratic were no trusts until there was a party. The beat way to get rid ol the trusts la to defeat the Republican party." It Is true that during the Democratic regime, there were few "trusts." In iact there was such a ItSi of confidence In business circles generally that few were trusted, and the majority "busted," and business was at a stand still. Princeton Republican. " auaraaiced tobacco habit " men (iron. UooJ purs. Wo. 11. All druflUM. Persons calling for any of the above letters will please say mat iney saw tbem advertised. VooDBony Tinsley, P. M. We have just received a carload ot and Plows, Harrows, Cultivators Drills of the best mske to be had and money on VOU are nrenared to save alt kinds of machinery. Call and see us before buying. Agents forMc- Cormicirs, me King 01 Harvesting machinery, tyllug. Mrs. Mary Williams a ad daughter. Mrs. John Veller, visited the family of Judge J. P. Miller Saturday and Sunday. When you are nervous and sleep-- , It less, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. makes the nerves strong and gives refreshing sleep (in a fur rittj Cats. TEACHERS, ATTENTION 1 I1 ' A special term of five weeks will be opened at Hartford College, Monday, Juuo Ctb, 1809. A thorough review in all the Common School Branches Beading circle will be onnducled, work and current events, specialties. Come, join us and prepare for exaral. Tuition, $1.00 per week', uatlon. board 12.00 per week. Wrlle for and free Information, T, J. MonTON, Pros. 15 O. M. Buvlti, Vice Pre ri Great preparations are being made for the grand Masonic picnic to be given by the Hartlord Masons at the Fair grounds on Saturday, June 24th. Miss Katie Campbell daughter of Mr, Robert Campbell ot Roslne, died at her home Wednesday morning of She had been afflicted Consumption. with that fatal disease about four months .when the end came. Her many friends receive the news of her death in sadness but humbly bow to the call of the Great Shepherd, The Republican extends to the bereaved relatives and friends profoundest . o West Fordsvllle. 4 Aiagan . , 2 Cromwell . . , ..5 . Cool Springs . . a Shreve . ..3 North Rockport..a Olatoa . 3 t , ..a South Rock port 3 Dulord . Select 4 Battletts . . . .3 s lleflin . . . . a Horse Branch a 8 Ceralvo , , . Roslne . a Bast Beaver Dauij Point Pleasant Total. 103. West Jieaver uain4 Sulphur Springs imillhoujt. ... ...J East Pordsville.,.6 5 a commencement address of The Hartford College will be delivered at the Chapel this evening at 8 o'clock p. m. by Prof, McHenry Rhoads Prol. Rhoads Is one of the best and most fluent speakers among the teachers pf Kentucky to day. Everyone Interested in the work of self advancement and education generally should come out and enjoy this rare The ability of Intellectual treat. Prof. Rhoads Is fully appreciated by the people of their community and the only advertisement necessary to insure a large audleuce is to say be is coming. Come out and greet him and be treated. Hbnry Field ssa s -- & - Son. Eatray Notlco. On. man hrlfrr. hell on. Otte blue heifer and one led steer, all yearllngf , itravMl frnn, mv larm near Natinwfl. Finder will be rewarded forlnforma- tion of their whereabouts. J. W. TU01IA3. Invocation . . . Rev. Silas Newton "SB ' Commencement address . . . Prof. . . 7 . . . . M. H, Rhoads Music. Conferring degress . . M. II. Rhoads . Music. Class of 1899: Lsura Morton, B. S Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would wis Hartlord, Ky. Miss Florence Mor- success in life. This being conceded, it Is ot first importance to get.yeuf training at the school that stands in the very front rank. ton, B. S Hartford, Ky. F. M. S., Seneca, Mo. Post Grad& (Jolleqre, uate. F M. Sanger, A. M. Seneca, LOBUSILLE, KEXTCCKY. Mo, ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist Id SHORTHAND, bis line. Graduates of this college preferred by j ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tesTELEGRAPHY, Decoration at No Croek timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 United States it will be mailed to yon FREE. Notwithstanding the downpour of rain in the early morning peiple assem bled to do honor to and to cherish anew memories of our departed brave and loved ones. The exercises of the day were impressive and Hitting. Col C. M. Barnett was the chief speaker qui snort addresses were also given by others. The generous hospitality of the community was forcibly dera onstrated when at noon a most sump-Houdinner was served. The memorial services ordained in memory of the soldier dead ol our country is calculated to cultivate and fatter the Fling to the world. One price to all, and that the lowest is a battle cry, spirit of patriotism in the rising youth around which we are tallying our bent endeavors, Nu merchant who inof our country. From a social and from habits the globe ran buy any cheaper than we do, and no merchant who ina poltlcal point of view a more beneThe world's center, ware it also ficial or pralsworthy order could not habits Ohio county does sell any cheaper. be conceived. The of the center of Merchandise, could not offer you a better assortment ot Dry future country depends upon the loyalty of Goods, Notions, Clothing, cto. We aim to keep our lines complete and our its citizens and that loyalty Is foundthe lowest. Note our low prices on our Goods for the next ten days: ed and rests upon their patriotism prices A love of country and a warm admirMen's fancy striped Hose 20c per Good heavy Domestic 4c, worth 5c. ation for Its glorycrowucd dead' and pair or two pair for 35c. Cotton Crash 4c, worth 5c. Its Ifvlng soldiery should be planted Men's Undershirts 20c, worth 25c. Extra heavy Linen Crash, worth iu the bosom of every youth of the Better grade 25c. Best grade at 50c isjj at loc. land. Any of them worth more money Better grade Lineu Crash 15c, worth than we ask yon for them. 18c. Ladles' nice Ribbed Vest In white, ioc for Old Ky. Tow Linen for extra good values at 5c each or 6 for Skirts. 4c per yard for plaid Cotton, worth 25c. Have just received au elegant as 5C Fine quality Bleach Ribbed Cotton 7c per yd. Columbia Chlviots, worth Vest, nicely finished with tape ioc or sortment of Fresh Candles most defor 25c. 3 10-- 4 Ladles' Swiss Ribbed Vest, beautiBleached Pepperell Sheeting, liciousBest brand at lowest prices. t8c,worth 22c fully trimmed and finished In bine, 10 4 Brown Pepperell Sheeting 17c, pink and fancy stripes 15c or two lor nsWdmHsvsss-n.mf- i worth 20c. 25c. Infants and children's Ribbed Vest 52 in. Turkey Red Table Linen 15c worth 20c. 5c worth ioc Nice quality 64 In. Bleached Table NEW GLOVES. Linen 45c, worm 00c. bleach Table Linen 60c, worth We have a beautiful assortment of 75c. ladies' Kid and also Silk and Lisle Bleached Damask Napkins, size 20 Gloves. need not lose llcjh in summer in ,$(,00 per dozen. worm si.25. One lot of ladles' Bla.ck Silk, with, if you use the proper means $ Bleach Damask Napklns,slze 18 in. stitched black, 50c, worth 75c. Elegant quality ol Kid in new 90c per dozen.worth $1 15. $ to prevent it. You think 27. In. Pine Zephyr Ginghams ioc, shades at $1.00 per pair, worth 1.25. vou can't take SCOTTS worth I2tfc EMULSION in hot weather. Gennlne Sea IsUnd Percais, 36-l- n. NEW HANDKERCHIEFS. wide toc.worth I2jc. ioc buys a pretty Handkerchief ja uui yuu ban ian& u auu ui- - x Five pieces of 26 in. Scotch Lawns with Embroidered edge. $ gest it as well in summer as In plaids and stripes 5c, worth 6c. IXC buys a beautiful Handkerchief, Blue.Browu and Green check apron all new, scolloped edges, worth 25c J in winter. It Is not like the Is $ Ginghams sc.worth 6c. r oil, which plain 25c buys a fine embroidered Iliad, Ladles' Black Cotton Hose worth kerchief with lace trimmed edge. difficult to take at any time. $ ioc go at 5c. $ If you are losing flesh, 120 pairs Ladles' Black Hose, reguFINE EUBROIDRRIBS. you are losing ground And z lar 20c Hose, go at 15c, or 2 prs. 25c As this will be a white season, you Men's heavy Cotton Socks 5c, worth s you need will need many Embroideries lor ioc. We have them from 5c 9. Men's solid colored Hose in Black, trimmings. to 35c per yard. Tan and Blue 15c, worth 20c. San-ger.- Straiion Easiness BOOK-KEEPIN- G, bl. A FIXED STANDARD Is thai whieh b J.S.Togle&.(& CARSON BROS; You cod-live- 72-I- I i J J i StatluticB. ,' The census for the school year end ing Jub 30,1900, of the white and colored school districts of Ohio county as reported to the County Superintendent by district trttsteesa.gf egate 8,813. The number ot whites reports, edln 114 districts, being 8,313, the number of colored reported InSdls- - f Scott's Emulsion J J'' yo"hv Notice. Ahnnt ttin flratnl Mav. 180Q. a bull. about 6 years old, cream color or Jer sey, unmarked, ana aenorneo, came to Render Mines larm. Owner should come alter him at earliest convenience. Lon MiLLita, Render, Ky. 45 and must have it to keep up your rkthMtl strtfljth. If Utoni it and ... f continue J prwMrtag en H. until y&u are oughly strong and wH. Wt WJ to I thor-$ No question about you being pleased with our goods and pnoea, Don t be the last person in the worm to nnu out wnere uesigoousareauui woiut.pn, Don't fail to brine us vour Wool. Feathers and Ginseng highest market YOURS 11ESPEOTFULLY, price paid for tbem. All of Our Prices aro at Low Wator Mark. Wo mark them low. to soil them quick. P. Mouton. Ch'na'n. M, S, Uaolanb, Acting Sec'y, TnitM toe. &!! -1 oVuicbu. SCOTT & SOWMC, Ctua&u, Kw Yak. sympathy. WtwYU)tnHAn'u'uevu.sYU J. E. Fogle Co. r mtmamm ' -- rmmmmm. II'IH !" 3MCWNBMr4 vW!f)llWffi9tfh' mAf, vwJV ? ""- - ......... i i ii iiiiiwnwwww Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNK a CLEAR GRIT. "About thirty years aeo," said Judge P., "I stepped lnt a book store in Cincinnati, In search of some books that I wanted. While there a little ragged boy, not over twelve years ol age, came In and Inquired for a geography. " 'Plenty ol them,' was the sales man's reply. " How much do they cost?' " 'One dollar, ray lad.' " 'I did not know they were so much.' He turned to go out, and even opened the door, but it closed again and he came back. cents, he " I have got sUty-onsaid, 'could you let me have a geogra phy and wait a little while lor the rest ol the money?' "How eagerly his littlo eyes looked for an answer, and how he aeemed to shrink within his ragged clothes when the man not very kindly told him he could not. The disappointed little Icllow looked up to me with n poor attempt at a smile and lelt the store. I followed blm and overtook blra. "And 'And what now?' I asked. " 'Try another place, sir. "Shall I go, too, and Gee how you succeed?' '0 yes, If you like,' said he, in supprise. "Four different stores I entered with him, and each time he was refused. "Will you try again?' I asked. " 'Yes, sir; I will try them all, or I should not know whether I could get one.. "We entered the fifth store, and the little fellow walked up manlnlly and told the gentleman just what he wanted. " 'You want the book very much?' said the proprietor. " 'Yes, sir; very much.' " 'Why do you wait it so very, very much?' " 'To study, sir. I can't go to school, but I study when I am at home. All the boys have got one, and they will get ahead ol me. Be. 1 sides my father was a sailor, and I want to learn the places where he used to go.' Does be go to those places now?' asked the proprietor. " 'He is dead,' said the boy softly. Then added, alter awhile: 'I am go- log to be a sailor, too ' " 'Are you, though?' askeed the gentleman, raising his eyebrows cu-- . liously. " 'Yes, sir; II I live ' " 'Well, ray lad, I will tell you I what I will do; I will let you have a new geography, and you may pay me the rem tinder when you can, or I will lrt yi" have one that if. not new, for e Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, nml which litis been In uso for over HO years, has borno tho alfrnnttira or , and has been inndo tinder his iicr- sonnl Mipcrvlsloit ulnco its iufuticj . Alllitr tin nun In ilnrnlvn vnll til lllln. Alt Counterfeits, Imttntlons mid Substitutes nro but Experiments tlirtt trlllo vltH nnd cudangcr tho lii'iilth of Jnfauts nnd Children Experiences nguliist Experiment. j'jff Caatorln, is n substitute for Castor Oil, nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is Harmless nnd Plcnsnut. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Nnrcotlc substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worm Whkt is CASTORIA Paregoric, Drops and allays Fevcrlahncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA Boars tho Signaturo of ALWAYS The Kind You Haye Always Bought In Use For Over ozTc&i 30 Years. ARK RUNNING A bow before the strong will of their captain and hurry back to the pumps. The captain then started below to examine the leak. As he passed me I asked hlra If there wa any hope. He looked dt me nnd then at the other passengers, who had crowed up to hear the reply, and said rebuklngly: Yes, sir; there Is hope as long as one inch of this deck remains above water; when I see none of ft then I will abandon the vessel, and not before, nor any of my crew, sir. Hverythlng shall be done to save It and If we fail it will not be Irom inaction. Dear a hand, every one of you, at the putupj.' " in rice uuring rue uay aiu we despair, but the captain's dauntless courage, perseverance and powerful will mastered every man on board, and we went to work again. " 'I wilt hand you safely at the dock of Liverpool,' said he, 'If you will be men.' "And he '111 lind us safely, but the vessel sunlt, mooted to the dock. The captain stood on the sinking vessel, receiving the thanks nnd the blessing of passengers ns they pulsed down the gang plank, i was the last to ' leave As I passed h frasptl my hand, nnd said: 'Judge P., do you recognize me.' "I told him that I was not aware that I ever saw him until I stepped aboard his ship " 'Do yon temember the boy 'in Cincinnati?' ' 'Very well, sir; William Haverly.' "I am he,' said he; 'God bless Genoral Directory. STATK OFFICIALS. William O. Htadlcr. Governor V. J. Worth-liigtut- i. Liout. Governor Is often warning totplJ or Inactive. .SfcretaryofStale Charles Finley. Attorney Gcueral W. Si Taylor. Auditor Samuel ii. Stone. Treasurer Goo. W. Long, Commissioner ol Agriculture, HorStatistics Lucas and ticulture Moore. Ibe liver Is More (prions troubles may follow. For a prompt, tflklent cure of Headache and all llvtr troublos, tako While thrr roiwo the liver, mtora full, regular action of the txineli, ther do nut Krlo or pain, do not Irrltateorlnrlnmethe Internal organs, but hare a poaltlvo tonic effect. 25c at all druutata or by mall or C. I. flood & Co., Lowell, Mats. HeasJfsoite tuat a Professional Gard&. T A TT01WEYt'ouit-iVii.i.i- - Jl T - LA liil.iruciiV. W, Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky., Will practlco his profession la Ohio and adjoluing counties. Special attention given to nllbuimcM entrusted to his care. Oillco with County Attorney. J. E. Davidson, Hood's Pffls W ill practlco his proleniou In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining cnuntlcs and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Ofiico next door to PostOlIice. Suparintcndrnt Public Iustructlon-J. Davlon. Register Laud Office Chas. O. IlrynoM. W. Comlugore. Adji.tant General j udwin nowit. F L frlix W. Insurance Bureau Comniissioner-- D. D. Miss H Collier. State Librarian Hardin. Jno C. Wood, Paul Deane GRDVE k-fi- l! chairman; J, F. Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary Brown. C0N0nE8I0NAL. Hon. William C. Lind-paSenators Hon, W. J. Deboe. liepreeentative Fourth Dictrict Hon. D. H. Smith. Samuel STATU ItAlI.ltoAl) COUMIS8I0NF.HS. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio the Courts of Kentucky. Special atcounty and Com I f Apptals Prompt tention given lo collections, settle-neroad cases 01 decedent's estates, kttentlon given tn all business enOffice up trusted to our care. Office in Herald md criminnl practice tkiic uext door to QrifiinVlrug store. building'. nt at Law, HARTFORD, KY. .IljL."W"37,e:rr3 Attorney profession all Will practlco bis Hartford ky In Rowe & Felix, SHELBY TAYLOR, t r.fcj rrr ae r F. y, LnaiSLATtJKR. n HARTFORD, KY. HARTFORD, KY. W'U practice his ptole.sitn in all the atteution given to col c itittsot Ohio nnd adjoining counties SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac. nd Court of Appeals. Special atteu-t'o- alio Notary l'ublio for Ohio County. given to all assignment in bank- - umco norm siuo 01 puunc square. Ptcy. Attorney at litxw, Aiiorney at law n. e JNO. B. WILSON, ' Senator ; Hon. T. G. Turner. Uprosentatlvo Ohio County-- II C. Jnrnugin. OHIO COUNTY. OIKCUIT COUNT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owensboro. Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney Oivensboro. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartlord. Rowan Holbrook, Maator Com mis-sion- ei HENRY FIELD & SON TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice Now OMNIBUS will meet all pas- senger trains at Beaver Dam. GUARANTEES A NICE VEHICLE AND GUOD HORSES 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. IS JUQTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. Hartford. T. Stevens Sheriff Hartfmd. WARRANTED. PRICE OO cts. erly! 'Sailor's Magazine. ILL., Deputies D. JL Hocker, T. II. lion-to- n, rrHMMH.rn., CULtTIA, Ma. Mot. 14, UC4. ut. lial, f,tntmnt W. iM CIIILLTOMC nj bit. R. B. Martin and W. II. Tin.lev. aiUIVKD TASTKLKhS Ut rejLT. MO boUlM ct Story of aSlavo. In alt alr..df UiU yt Court couvenea first Jlouday in Kmabllbrt. It re.n, to Ui. dratv.butlo.M.purvt o( kw bat. To be bound hand and foot for Marchand August and continues three fritir. a an .rtlfl. that fat. uch uiUt.rtal u i.ter MI4 vuur Tvnlo. luur. trnlr. weeks, aud third Monday In May and ABtar.Cana ACo. years by the chain of disease is the November two weeks. For sale bv H. Williams. worst form of slavery. George D. COUNTY COURT. Williams, of Manchester, Mich, tells .las. P. Miller, Judge Hartlord. SEND US ONE DOLLAR ...TT.TiL1 how such a slave was made free. He M. S. Kaglaud.ClGrk Hartlord kkUlTCHR tUlaV Al tOOK lam attf liHJl krail bf riUblO.O.LSbJiiskmlMUoak says: "My wife has been so helpless M. L, Heavrii.,Attoriiev-IIrlfuraVinin) it ai frrlijkl Court convenes flrvt Muuduy it, roar ami ii j- -i for five years that she could not turn rpJ sPS1.jlI ii month. After using two ach over in bed alone COURT, QUARTERLY bottles of Electric Bitters, she is Begins on the n'conil Monday in wonderfully improved and able to do each mouth. her own work." Hi is supreme remCOURT OP CLAIM" edy I r female diseases quickly cures Convened firrt Monday in January, melanchonervousness.sleep'.essoeis, and Tuesday after the sooud Monday ly, headiche, backache, falctlng and in October. vrmTT roRorn mh fre K In.ll.lini wnl .11, nr 8T0VC CATALOCUK. OTHF.lt COUNTY 0FFICKH3. dizzy spells. This miracle working TbU U)t. I tlM Kfc a. ot.n It .ivl trtlcbt ch.rrt. N. Mosley, Surveyor. Inw. .itr l4lllill.lapUltl!l ml. rivm b..t 14c lAd rr.(M, mtdicine U a godsend to weik.siskly. Ury. flnn. hr.tv tot.rt, b... Ilnlart G. D. Royal, Axftewor. Urv. .t.n blC at.tr UllaMl otto door, bwi4MM.. run nown people nvery oome gnar ntculpUtoil trunHUun, and ttlmnlac. .ttr. Fou Rogers, School Supt. lift litp KDaln ttu.1 ,w,.ll. IIM. niinr, b.nd. Only 50 cents Sold by J. anteed L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Mm.Urvom.iBiiUtb.M.wtx- -l lliMll.rMr.iU,ut w. tinilfh rBIB an .tlr. rrt.f m.kl.a It . ptr anaiiUniaiiiti nk II. Williams, Druggist. Mminn. waiNiii 1 Mr.dttlttr7t.r0tttr.lt. Springs. tttry ttot. Mid rauaiit.. tMd.uUoa. Voar lnf4ldMl.rwoakttb.tr.,. a C. R Campbell, I'onrhouse tor nrk a ,Wtt, tb. rlabt U onlv .boat IIJM for How toKoop tho Boys at Homo. Keeper, Hartlord. t.th too mllM,M- -. ..,... Im4 in.on Adlm. BEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.BIC.lDtlCC0,llL Hav- you!' "And God bless noble Capt. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. CHILL J. TONIC bth-fm TASTELESS j Will practice his profession in all iha Will practice his profession in nil the urts of Ohio and adj lining counties Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties bud Court of Appeals. Special atten- lAillectlons carelully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith tion given to collections. & C., Market Street. Attorney atKY.Law Attorney ataw Hartford, Ky. HARTI?ORD. M. L. UEAVU1N, leesimmermanT" f a i HAtrrfonn, Kt. (NOTARY public) j Will practice his profession in the HARTFORD,. KENrUCKY. Vill practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoinlnf thrcouttsol Ohio and adjoining coun- counties. Also Notary Public. ties and the Court ofAppeals. Prompt Office, In Commercial Hotel. attention given toallbuslneys entrust-t- o I ATrORNEY AND CODJJSELLOR AT LAW, S. R. Wedding, Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING his care. Office Id Rktudlican building. ; Attorney. At Law, HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law ILaietkord, Ky. Special attention given to all businets entrusted tn his care. Office in Court A. e.SAYLOffc. r d. Will practlco his prnleiwion in all the IInno coi.rts nf Ohio and atljniniiig counties; Ca etui attention will be pivcu to a Col-- I to bin care. lei ious a specialty Oflieonver Ohio Ci uuty Bauk. AI01 Notary Public. Attorney at Law Braver Dam, Ky. Perry Westcrfield, Am A .!. c. kti. im -- u- wcaim,fc.aij,MUi.Tiraiiiat aiajtTTTo BXtaiitTiov, MNitiwiMiiMiNfrMbii (""...?!!! aitcii runntt atnartrroar.....-- - a V.!h.'.V.?.Fa -- ' I ...IHII.IW.tl.- THAT aBTtlb.ia.w.1. a., u.miu OUR SPECIAL PHlCbS3H.no,' aa4rrUbtebti,ltMtb.u.a.at-iiibtfd.- r. jBJggag SEND OWE DOLLARraaiwir ofc ut Ay ,... ...... .!". i X Y pM v nf ZW fflH 3fwm AtIJ to e T0rBUC0T4;?,".; rtSI1.T,l!b2tS fliaVMat. atar - In IVit aWttiraridia. lAat StTlaTi FOI I80B. aVWf. ti iSi from tfetprisur ftMtil Vt oi.orwar. 1mI Tb.t Mot an iiwu, flulUL Bo4 WE MAKE THIS WT 1 lllb)(lnd I'.UL k1brllrUr rwt fUaM4blierllia. laHtU.burt, ... ...' LU)1 mbnttT"!0 kl..b Lu T'k,9tk t ilbt KJm "rma1 ""- HlirtnJ. Mrtii1! UfwrTap.wlr, -, hmix- IrHj FIU? SEND NO MONEY thn iCWlNQ MAOMIKl a? atADlOIQPCAIINtf oxx cau miii it at your atiWa. frclfbt found aarraeiir iMiiiattajct, ciartir a OO. Mil kith at fltO a.4 Till mbJ U aiihliM fikUtlUtr BilttilX TOt KTIR MK1KB Of, pay fair 0K. rop'rs. awaaiU'&saa fc3taM5i1t?. will Mini oti toataMC. U. "I atpot aa If f to uni iinnitti, IKaiiui HKTif BUI MICH fStjf I ffnicuwMiOur . Spaclal Offar Price S1S.50 1 na maeiune we lulu " tad freight cttar-trnca oandtanaina rrfurot win venire ? cenia ior own iui niwi homa.aiid TRIALS your tlVE IT THREE .MONTHS' vou ara not lAtlifliJ. n Mil 4t lrt tarn jour .a.w sMwtbk mir 1U.M, 011.04, ( fftHt BtlM 4VM lutliN alfoul. laafcUa UlillfM. til foliv Vr ItMuli), fcritU DROP DESK lr mi 113.30 CABINET BUHDIOK U tb Braatittva.ua vtr oniifaurftDToouH. artistnam, oaariux Writ various Inducerocnu. BlLlilLI 1XD UHlr All HUT. :r WriiTSOrXUlB. -- I Mil witu sr, DUKUIlfTlltHMl Mtiuisi iidi, MkBf thi JS cstui MAkrUAN AMKIMC( MADKII : BltKV IMiOttruiXTOP HI (at. !., im 4ri4U BEWARE OF IMITATIONS SK'Sf S! unur hiuci, art rrl4 Uiac ut -- ur ! ; U Tanoni laara wim I MmPm T SAWED OAK r nun i n . u ma j vi cents.' "Are the leaves all in it, and j'ist like the others, only not new?' " Yes, jait like the new ones.' V. i " It will do just as well, then, and w j l I have eleven cents lelt toward City .h-il- SOUP a tii i QUAHTER g aiiiIH-BH- ' ! HO II tm V H B nffiLTsi 2UIV year II (lilt utM&i&lSfiR. rOLUUKU. on iliuatraiiou tbow mcnina iIomI, (hddrop 4U, u iW iloff fromflBtat)to Wuc4anMaur UM. u4 with full lenirth UUi and head In Dla4 for Mwlnr. 4 hmtw irtmttt, UUtt 1M UikUt frMM. earred. poltI, omboam ftiM on 4 ca. decoratHl cabinet flnUh, flntit nickel drawer pullt. tra tiall bftrtnt &itlnitAfal tremdla. irenuln HniTth Iron atand. t Inert Uf BUa Arm i4, poiltlT fur motion feed, telf threading vtbrat- aliuttl. autaaatlit bolibl: winder, alJotab!t beartnir, patent tenalno 'LiullBaUbMpreaMr foot. improTd thsttlo lttierator linprof d Ioum patent needle tar, patent dread iruard head la handaomaly decorated .lid n. iaL4 t4 buiirHi VTrtrPT. TKTlVTlVTTtn- mImWm natVUe CUAft AN TEED llael nukq, mm! Jarl& mInttruetiOD Hook telle aiaia, Ittr ! aliatiMMl U frUk4 aa4 Me Fr liut huwanennaeanmnll anddoelther Dlaln or aar kind of fancy work. TZARS' BINDINO OUAKANTEE la eent with every uaehln. thla macbtnc, eoroparetl PAQTC Vnll NOTHIMn toaeeandttaintna ntko rU vrl fflnnn. and llieti If ronrlntd yea ar ! I31.M to tlO.0, are ( few ! ! Ua $15,60, "I 1 HkllvV 1UIR ill. tU If at aev Hate wlikla three fnlcU lltor t Pn ir thorunvhW reliable itillT htl.IT. itra. Uneluirk atakiuav4. OIIUIKTO Hi Address. III. SEARS, ROEDUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, LOL'ISVIM.li, IIENDKI5S0X I'mnn Drpnl, Nrvrnlli & ST. Tinr it No. 41. A e-z,'- IDvrr. ', Louisville to St. Louis & West. Ltave Louisville " Owensboro " Henderson " Hvansville " Mt.Vernon, Arrive St Louis 7:45a m 11:40a m )AXiUi.1uC;AJU I.Ol'IS 15A1LWAV COMPANY TirUrl inlr-- , arj I'mirili Avr. xA.rtexx loss. St. Louis to Louisville k East H l?T m it, Ieave St Louis ' Mt.Vernon 11:58pm 12:55a m Sysp No. 45. tn No 44 7:56a ru No. 46 8:55p w 2:45a 3:10a m 4:00a m 7:30a in 111 iz:45p m 1:151m 111 1:25am 7:21m 7:j2p m Kvausvillc 2!20p m Henderson 2:46pm " Owensboro 344pm in Arrive Louisville 7U5P m " " Love LouUville Ilendcrbon. Arrive Kvansville " " " No. 41 . . . . . 7.45a " Hawesville. . . 10:43a 111 Owensboro. , , 1 1 :49a m , , . , 12:451) , :r.s.s so rs-rri- m i:i5P m 3TTJLiTcvrr.s. Leave Kvansville " Henderson " Owensboro Arrive Louiuvllle . 12 35p m 7 45p m 7:30a m All frnlii. run Ihrouicli .11II1I ! l.Hii,lllr. Tlirmiuli I'nrlor Ian Mini 1'ull. 1111 nil ruins lo t.xutlllr hiiiI Ni, I.iiiiIk. Jtumliri". II mini 31I nml li niiiirrl 11I Irvlnuioii lur Knnlt lllr .t lliirillnohiirKilally. " Hawesville. .... .... .... . . 1 No. 42 6:50a m 7:15a m 8:15a m to ionaviiiE. No. 44 2:2op m :46p m 3M4P m ioiip io:iup No 43 4:5"P "l 8:o4p m y:o5p m m ui n:8p No. 45 8:35p 111 m I2:58p ru 12:55a m 1:25a m ... .9:13am 4:40pm No. 46 2:45a m 3:10a m 4:00a m 4:50am Ml'r 1 1 PWPiS.! J RUNTlV il M . - "Yb.Wb Ems Axrivid." -U .kr 'Si 1 A I r( i - LU :wWm fetfi N'.j- "x -1 -- "" r- ? We come in haste.not so much on uc count ol a pressing engagement with ; 011 as from ttie (set that we bad no cow c ttcher on behind. Now that we mi: here let us remind you of the tact 5- - THEO. E.RECHTIN Has 011 hand at the present time, the bc.t ahboitment o lumbers that can be found anywhere While we think of It, let U3 give you r few pointers on aud In way can get the very lowest price, He buvc In large Wft uo not warn 10 luane 11 hii nu we are wining 10 niviue Willi you. V want your trnde and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, I'toorinif. CejIlnB, WealheiUurdliiK, etc , For the next 30 days we will make a pecla)ly low price on entire house THEO. E. RECHTIN. quantities that I um glad buying some other books thty d d not let me hae one at any nf the other places "The bookseller looked up it q lit ingly, and I told him what I had He was seen of the little Irllow much pleased, nnd when he brought the book aloug I saw a nice white paper in it 'Thank you, sir; you are m very good ' " 'What Is your namt?' " 'William Haveily, kir.' " Do you want any more book?' I now asked him. " 'More than I can ever get,' he re plied, glancing at the books that filled the shelves. "I gave him a bank note, 'it will buy some for you,' I said. " 'Tears of joy stood in his eyes. " 'Can I buy what I want with It?' " 'Yes, my lad, anything.' " 'Then I will buy a book for mother,' said he; 'I thank you very much, and some day I hope I can pay you back.' "He wanted my name and I gave it to him. Then I lelt blui by counter so happy that I almost envied him, and years passed before I saw him again, "Last year I went to Europe on one tl the finest vessels that ever plowed the waters of the Atlantic. We had very beautiful weather until' very near the end of the voyage; then came a mojt terrible storm that would have sunk all on board had It not been for the captain, livery spar was laid low, the rudder was almost uselesn, and a great teak had shown itself, threatening t fill the ship. The crew were all strong, willing men, and the mates were all practical, sea men of the first class, but after pump tng fot one whole night and the water gaining on them, they gave up u dq apatr and prepared to take to tho boats, though they might have known no small boat could ride such a rev The captain, who had been below with his charts, now came up, he saw how matters stood, and with a voice that I beard distinctly above the roar ol the tempest, ordered every man to his post. "It was surprising to see those men How ollen do we hear mothers ask' Ing how they can keep their boys at home. It is true that many of them grow discontented ou farm and long to get away.and I, for one, don't won-- , der at It in many Instances. Their rooms are anything but cozy and bright. Are they not entitled to pleasant and cheery rooms, where they can read, write and whittle and nvite their frltnds when they so de sire? Boys are quite as likely to like pretty things as their sisters, and some of them are quite as orderly. Anything seems good enough for the boys' room In a large number of homes If your mother and sisters really want to keep the boys at home and make them happy just try fixing up their rooms in a tasteful manner. Have the walls papered, a pritty, large rug for the floor, Mine i:n, W -- JUSTICtS COURTS. September 1st and December 18th B. F. Gkavki Court will bo held ut Butord on March .10, June 21),Sep teniber 28 and December 21. S. J. WEM.F.K Court will be held at Sulphur Springs 011 March 28,Juue 27, September 2H and December '2). H IJ. Taylor Court wiI be he'd at Cromwe I on Mtrch I. June 10, September 2 and December 'J V. A RiNK Court wil lie he'll at Ccntertowti no III. May 1!0, Auguit 2S ami NovHiiliei I ( T. A. Kvanh Court at Fonhville ou Match will beheld 1st, June l.t, Ctun, OtbMk C an Utic,.lt rtll.H.HI'w.) at- -, as CLVbC 'A tTornt rlslitaan fa.t lone at laiit cam. on th. aceno alter rar taking two tur Altirrs. Thla I am aure tab eauacil atlll tUrco Tear. I am Mil bealtbfortho worthy WOiTi ms lai. Itt CANOV CATHARTIC PE , . . " HIU. sjb.bof is oai ' rtcuk riici "' t.MWMi Z77Z7?.7iTZZ7ii I. " .1 j ..V . - r (w9z iL""IV7'v fantri, IAUMTIIITV8JI1 !, auBWTM tSOOCJO Thf riTilMrc TOU CAN witTi unnnrtc rot niti irui tcdat. ron clK nBiiiii qnk laaod DON'T DF.: if rau(Inc.),Ter HIllnc UUIl S3UaW9 Addross, 3EAR8, ROEBUCK & CO. CHICAGO, ILL. UJ rll 'iiiH. 1 -- aj a at. fefeJjj of tAkinzCaacjreta, tbe only catbartle no Jc br aansiblo jiiije ' Oto.W llowiu, llalrd. Ulaa. AYlfEk m JT jkty, W. II Hani', Indue. J S R Wvddtns. Attorney Ttiw.N irYDiUHcroicv. TRuyriii: xaaoi Mann moiatiaiDe' Tail flood, i S K Cox. Oh m ti I A Thimm, TuMMiter. Ool.:, frf ... ra Jno K Geo KLin' A D White lli'an, Sec'y. Motion fit-- a,i. w.4, r.i.,a.ri rau.r., umiliI, rA lloM .n c 10. iter urn We it. CURE CONSTIPATION. .. Mi tit ralaiaw. I'. unt K ... Tk tOc !. fit Preston II hold ' Sunday in e ic iliul.lh 10 Ooll't II l .'t I o i'i' ik curtains at 111- uhi''oivs, n bookc-iM- . ii ii W A. Capson, Com. . "Ha hi .'UM.. iv, iuiiu . or some neat shelves for their bocks m. Bk John C Ciiamiilrlain. Atljt and specimens and a bedroom suite of CURrDwlth rt,ti-b.some pretty wood. UHiutUt. llavecorrti llraul In nioml Depp. many thnuiand ch You will be surprised to see how Intel Clean litood mcana a clcau akin. No t y yniptoiu4 rmoT" two thf it. L'anoiiett.CaiiiljrOatliar. . much can be done for a small sum, bejuty without bluwl and kren It ilean, b) ttt lVwtlmt mnlf nml TEH DATS tic ill an jour H, H.GKEEIT3 SOllS.Uox K. Atlanta...!. fa and how much pleasure and enjoytirruiK up the lazy liter and driving all im to dom ment will be taken in the pleasant puritim pimple,the body. Iltgm LlatLlieadi, boili, Llotil.ct, uinuli room. Carrie May Ashton jn Palm- ami that mi lily Iiihouroiiip1exion b) taUnu , Ciuareta, beauty for ten cril. All ers' Voice. uti.faction guaranteed, 10e,25c,oOi.. Tlitt your Laundry Is sent to the A sallow, jaundiced skin is a sympHOPKINSYME STEAM WJ.W.AND DYE WORKS, Inr lilll. Tile Ilr.l tom of disordered liver, as it springs and 1'ever is a bottle of Grove's Tost-les- s which has the reputation of turning Chill Tonic. Never tails to cure; out the best work in tbe country. from biliary poisons retained in the then why experiment with vorthless blood, which destroy energy, cheerAll of its machinery is of the most fulness, strength, vigor, happiness imitation.? Price, 50c, modern am none but skilled work, and life. Herblne wilt restore the men, who thoroughly understand To Cora CotittlpatloH rorv.r natural functions of the liver. Price their bnslness are employed. Talifl t'ueareta Caudv Citharllc. lOoorZSc. m. Thr plant is one of the largest In If C c. C. fall to cur., flrugnUu refund monor. 50 cts. J. H. Williams. the country, extending the lull length ol n i n,uare All work guaranteed and repairing free (Jive us a trial If you are not now a customer Leave your work with t . 1 1 their Iwtufe llir P.l nu-Hi- No 4 ft. A iimiut I'm' 5, M and.nranl.t.lbr alldrug I'otaciMliaUk ba.ltit-iii- mm ll' allt-iu- I'dWtlite; latui m. Wll J?"! ii'fMt it Jhl'd ut ,'i.ain n... ,r, rj in t c at wuoiLtr to. if II 4 ISrlr-"H- $ . , TLC , fcWVCH"'' I A' 1 '- - W)'2riwi'--rij-s-yrxi- .rsKSjWKiwA'A &fflmm---yw -----v : rr ' aisr-- r y. I j S5i- -. DROPSY l (Ut , , Va ri"fa trtatrrn-nWrt- drug-cull- See To It! A .housekeeper living in .Pennstlale, Pennsylvania. , r wr A i Ii ; .is! had a severe spell of indigestion last 'Fall which' was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, wasgreatly bcricfitedand 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 ! A atTta PMkH aaatattdB. raw airt rtana. la a aapM tmtUa vttbMt aiu.) bw Itr al aaaaa Tata drattnrM rcantacttT.latmlM) tow pttowl wun U Imiid for tk. boor and U. wmh.UL atl. o.doMt) l f lb. Mttau ua b. bad br Bull brMudlav nhi to tb. Rlr.aa CaaaiOAa Torb Ooat.ar, M it aptc tttMt. M. ia or.Hla4'l...ri4ia(TBa t.Bcu.lvtUb.Mi.1 for tto Matt, buvua at att.t Lyman Williams, Agent, '. ' SaWraiaWSalt7aSM I 17 flJWrfVCgfflT. W. . VlklEt. I DwlrallafaVBDiraftLlaaaaK&H iHfia&aVBHaV Wuill cut ' E'DZ ln Dtw E1"s cut tbo Kinz m tbs tru " w rlnK ,o you "ie new an ,rue 'rom piney forests of Norway Who Is our aut-n- t in your town, and wtllMUml In the shipping and have sinte rendv for yon in due time, L vp tour taundrv at the poat office. iiAitrruitii, iiy. 8ENDJJS ONE DOLLAR 'ak,i I.H, tarti.l. D.. nriraVBa auri light depot. ta thAt fJUMjMrlM4W4ZJBBe&K'l lHTOPSrtMT'tHxyHI a FsFsFsFB Vk mrSfowtfis UmiUPtaW imBclsS''A vl KivBMPji&LxJyfts " RiD' " ''" "" wwmm flacvl"? DRa Pine-Tar-Hon- ey BELL'S 1fat &L"' -W tP f 1i r"tvii: I ssK vfiilDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlvo m$m .vas&'ra i w4Ml VWA . fS I inriraukjiauivdiriiabaii bv oibrti ai mora mortar. Iw S3l.70f th frjrti. t9ummr bcI.1 0 daya mtTtr ItVlBt aUaajlSVIBHwCiukrbjsat IIW,Ur lM . SJI .75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PHICc Tb., A b.a aibt, . bla.k. mm aktrp Vsiatat aaattfasa ataftdal rlat. HH ACMI yUltRn UPIWIM UaaaVaiH,auslainftaalaVi, TUT HtW IJatjItatbitftalM mrvt uw lutitbntayiiTUUiiai waitu UrTinvciJirBcirrotnTioiagtmi7ourrai X.UIIIUI .paniUC, 31a 1TM MIMfJMTITr alaaaaaSBTVVSWaataaaaaTBaat MaL.ntl laellnlailibamlaoralrdornidaVia9rDan UtAl IhiVJ itUleT T1IK Wlalat atlul XfcJ la frt DOQnda. && All! HI WlbThal 2M llnchttj LaHU tw lu kaa l.bntr ll lfuhaaa tvina ot,it.Ta, ll uiuiowii Baaa Uaaitr. Trfcl4) , viavatMa rrwTirai, Duklaaa. Jtalaslia, UImI. . Tat Maaauat Cawaltra. rartw lal4r, l, I41ra4 ITM(4-l0rru Irtll, 4 Bala UnkMtnl Tnm4 RtMMalaar Ml rlMlkUlf K44, MflU rarHna4 1 Ut m4, 1B.IL.BW all lhtvraiUll7PrUIUairltIU4a. rlfBaJaiaf 1 1 It lala Nulb IMaaaamaaai lilaril l.ftJl.Uitv-.rrlilp- bj THKACMEQIELNac. tlitK,lbmUdltaMH-rfwbUhtrfloa- trlt (). il UoiiMHiaUluf llia LUiltsja-- l tatMal UantUra aa4 Tat 8nwinlMmtqitniwwiTt utlln ftlm bMl Ikl).'fatU, a lllbH,lv .Ullowa bt tbe Uat iiUrcloLb-li)- lIflK tll.wiftock mint fineat ivauiTr In TAlrra, CUARANTEED 28 YEARS. lawua ttrf tva alaal M4 Ua Watarf tva br-iU- 1 UaUbt. aBEtSSSif int1MMBrBajHBja-H4kTJMdBl- H AC1IK 41UKKN la (urnlabMl wllh aitill bavtlvd pUta fratkCh mirror, ntckal platati pthUI fraraoa. Wt (wakhfrraa fcaa. aodavvry anoUarnltJiproTaiiMnL a Ji'.J.-.K,- 1. Cure for ! I iiira I coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhlla-- . The sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BV ALL aooo DRUGOISTS Bottlas Only. 26c, OOo. and $1.00 Slisa sxjr.m &$. .&p. A-.Vaf- .siyJSi hk aaUWh-- 4. wini wj aay iMunljrYCARauOLD. Wl a 11m In. iul Ut. udvrnM4 llunt ltt1vwaulckBiulraaaDbtrtiitr lagrtpMttfUMooutiiftadikU. Iiiuiata l. A. tltiulfe w.k I nan atnwi AM OS fwlucal!. DE SURE YOU GET Br. lall's Ptai-Tar-Hon- ey baj.hlorrnKichaaHaLIiag,Chlewi or (Urmui rtchaniraBank.lfaw Yorlri or anyraltroail or ipraaa on perfection of laundry work when tbkago, and anplur taarijr t,tUQ paopla 1ft our own bulldlno;, Ua-- t hk ifLt UHUil AT avattkri alaoavarytUoic la taudcal your shirt Is Inundered by us, just as aiMlaaualcaJljutniaMalaaUlotfua. latnitaU 4 lowwt wholuala prlcat. Wflw lt.M a4 l HHVIi aWl" for fraaiclalorKj Addraas, itaaia, aafca A our laundry standsalone for excellence 8EAR3, ROEBUCK A GO. (Inc.). FulUn, DcipUlnet and WainCa. aa Uaraaa-- I ralUaU. IU to Ut., CHICAGO, ILL. of work turned out. Your linen isn't injured here from chemicals or im Only skilled assistproper handling. ants are employed, and you can't beat First-cla- ss it for beauty of color aud perfection of polish, Rlchnand Steam laundry Cleve Her, It Stands Alone at onck. iMNr OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED imiirH I awrltun LtiuiiA4r far coarantca, bytha tvuu axinuiiuMiv i wufl 11 n bra arivra una 4 sa m aaiaarBTa. will rafaaJ yi iuur ir Tour inunai r If fuu art not j atlxflMi. aMaacfthr tntlllUMMkVi)ti.li. a 111 V rMitilcali with, iu Mli yvur MiyhtMjr ua.wrlt the DUbllahir of thla oaoaror HatroiMlltAui MaUonal atoi fft7i , lLo,H1RBnlHrHa i -- iI9MHiH ' For Sato by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO agent Job Printing Done on sho,rt notice at this office. If It falls to euro go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. r! pattern. Dealer In TIIEO. 33. 3FV330ia:TIlNr, all We Will refund to him. Price 50 cts. kinds of Ilulldlnir Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, Kvansville, Iud. AKul l"f I lie llrtl t'Kleiil I'lnnler., Ncud lor t'uliilvsiir. VAN VLEET - MAHSFIf LD MW CO,, Sols Pmprlelors, MEMPHIS. TENN. i