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The Republican The Republican The Republican The Ktpubllcan The Republican OlixtlDii3.e: lEtevtes.,MS. and LoulsvIlle.Coinmerclal, l year,) Globe-Democra- and the Courier Journal, r year, $i.aj. and tbe Toledo (O ) Blade, t year, $1.35. and Louisville Despatch, I year, $( 35. I year, J1.50, and the HaeteoeD "Republican. orricui m The'RepUbllcan is the best country. In this partofthe Fine Jttf We7k Dwie tfl stert Katies. Advortls-InffirB&Iu- Satisfaction to all Customers Cuaranteod. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. ma or tie nmt m mm cok&ressiokal oxstsict. Subscription $1 a year. m? ' M(L XI. NONE WILL USE IT NOW. A HAKTEOBD, Strangoly Fatoful Doak In a Kansas School that Has Boon Abandonod. sary to make "House Chats" what they should be, but do not fall to add some word of encouragement to the hard working and sometimes dls couraged house mother, who has UN tie time for these extras, no m titer how much she may 'covet them for her dear ones. Tell her that her own smiling face will prove more attractive to the home group than a new piece of fancy work, which she has set up at night to make at the expense ol her own strength and nerves, aad that a plain dinner, without any desett except cheerful conversation and loving looks, will be more nourishing and satisfactory than an elab orate one with mother too tired to eat or talk. We need'tcTbe'carelul In these days of hurry aad worry that we do not Ut the temporal things crowd out the things which shall endure for eternity. Ike mother, of all people, needs time to read snd think and develop her high nature for the benefit of the home. Let us strive for a similar way of living. Keep the home neat and tidy, feed the children plain, nourishing food, and time to teach them the many things that it Is so much better for them to know from mother's lips and example, than to learn by experience. Exchange. KFBIDAY, i JUNE 9, 1899. . ' No. 46. JaaaKsaaafH Ci SSSr Haw 4 WeBRCV''rH Au Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneQelal effects of the well known remedy, Hniur or Fiaa, manufactured by the OALiroHSiA Fio Hmni Co., illustrate tlio ralue of obtaining the liquid laxative principle! of plants known to bo medicinally laxative nd. presenting them la tha form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the ayatcm. It It the on perfect atrangthenlng laza (We, clean W the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling oue to orercome habitual constipation permanently. Ita perfect freedom from every oujeciionaoie quamy ana suostance, and Ita acting on the kidneys, llrer and boweli, without weakening or Irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing tigs are 'used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to tha CAUronitlA Fro Srnup Co. only. In order to get ita beneficial effects and to STold Imitations, pleaso remember the full name of the Company printed on ths from of every package. - i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. For Mir br all lomtmj.x. saw rasKCzsco, XT pHniwMimi Drvltfs. Price SOc. per bottle, iiiiiiiiinmni wwfwwwwwwm OTW TOBJC, K. cal T THIN LISTLESS SLEEPLESS to i SALLOW SKINNED Irctgntnllf chew and lawks Imsienti mutinies el tobacco aad wendtr all 5is tlmt why thty look ta bad, ImI to mean. Try undsr aa abtelut guar antae el benslll and final curt, or montr refunded. Us taklag ol a ilnjlt box el i NO-TO-BAC There U a desk In the Stanley school In Argentine that Is no longer occupied, because It ia marked by ill fate, says tbe Kansas City Star. The last three pupils It accommodated met violent deaths within a year and now It la uaed as a stand for plant and flowers that serve the double purpose ol cherishing the memory of the unfortunate children and excluding others from the seat. Miss Selby, teacher of tbe room in which the desk stands, is not she will- - scatcaly be blamed for he reluctance! o assign aay more of her scholars to occupy that particular piece of furniture. One year ago a bright little girl who sat In It was thrown from a horse and sustained Injuries from which she died. Three months later Lee Jewett, a boy in the same class, who next used the desk, was drowned while bathing in the Kaw river, near Turner. Three men met their death while trying to recover young Jewell's body and the tragedy will long be remembered in Argentine. The last scholar to use the desk was Bert Jeasup.aged is,who a week ago Saturday, went hunting frogs with another boy and a target rifle. The gun was accU dentally discharged and Bert sustain, ed a wound from which he died eatly the next morning. The sad reflections Inspired in the minds of teacher and pupils by the record of tbe year in that schoolroom have naturally developed a prejudice against the desk of fate that, in the case of the pupils at least, borders very closely on superstition. super-tltloos.- ' OffT fryou have kidney, nuu If everything: but liver or bladder trouble will be I SWAMP-1"1- 0' recommended found fust the remedy you need. At druggists In fifty cent and dollar sizes. You may have a sample bottle oi this wonderful new discovery by mall free, also pamphlet telling all about It. n, Address, Of. Kilmer & Cov, N. Y. aip Blog-hamto- it Rosalie's Prayor. 'Porsiflago In tho Carpontor Shop. From Advanced Sheets oP'The That Found Itself," by Blud- Tool-Che- h I1 Ib- - r r f r B il The carpenter had put down his tools and gone for his luncheon. "Lite with me is a perfect bore," nniinnioYip niianauTEC E.rr said the Auger. unuuuioi o uuflnnnicci am,. un "lama little board myself," said 5 lit HsutliorUedto sell to cura averr .r alMnlula auaranlao the Small Plank. form of tobacco tiling-- Our written mar- and ante, (res sample ol "Thete's no art in tbis country," booklet called "fWt Tobacro 8ult and 8mnka Vnur Life A war' mailed for th. s observed a.klnj Aildma TUG OTERLIr.0 CO , I'blcsco, Ucwtresl, Dan., M.y t BABY MILLIONAIRES. screwed in my eyes." "Yon don't stick at anything long eoaulraUM. imjw. I tiHOwriKK enough to know what you're driving Somo Fortunato Llttlo Onos who Havo Boon Born with at," interjected the Glue. Groat Fortunos. That's just it," said the Screw. "He never goes beneath the surface There are many little people in the the way the Jack Plane and I do," Tut!" cried the Saw. "I go world who will have, as Jong aa they Leading Specialists of America The through things just as you do. Life's live, their weight In gold every day. 20 YLARS IN OHIO. In the great Goelet mansion in New stufledwith sawdutt" 250,000 CURED, "Regular grind," said the Grinds York Is one little Vanderbllt baby.a'nd another one in a grand palace In Engstone. WCCURE EMISSIONS agree with you," observed the land. Every day these wealthy little "I Noihlua? c&ii Im tuoro dmorJitlnT to youDtf or inlJvtlw i men ban the Dencjh. "It doesn't make any difler ones ride In the parks In a fine carnc tt lhe "niitht.r Iomw." "lbfy FiTirvuaurr, nirciisa ence how well I do my work, I'm al- riage, with a coachman and footman, liviuivweaaum.whnl (rmla of umptomi. of tlUrutt nl ft and every night they go to sleep In ways sat on." i nr uiidi i aftn lor KueintM. mtrnoa KA MS4SP ltA &kt.l AfkAt! k hhln.J asasta n.tas Hatsssisw iw hwixi beds ol lace and down. The for'Let's strike," said the Hammer. wheth.r eaut! If till bablu la jruuth. natural wkD... ur Mzual zc.im. our That's it," cried the Auger. tunes of cither one of these babies is tttw M.thod 'Jnalm.Bt Kill iMilUTalT eurt you "You hit the nail on the head that nearly $50,000,000, or many times their weight in diamonds. The one NO CURE-N- O PAY time." UcaJir. rou UMd Ltlp. Klrlj abuM or "I'll hit him again," reported the In England may also be a price one I.Ur uttiai mar bar wuk.neJ you. rou Eipsnurs ton ilammer; and be kept his word, but day, and he is already a marquis and tlllt.nrfcl. Dur K.w tmotuf,oar bais dlxuKt M.Uukl vllUurtrou. louruBBoruk. he hit the wrong nail. That is several other tilings he doesn't know why the carpenter now wears his or care about just yet. CURED . fbU Yoanar lfaa Yon &r thumb in a bandage. It was his Then there are the children of the ftn4 Dfftrut ntrTOut, imubii tna u czar of Russia, who will have a great thumb-nai- l the Hammer struck clublt. ioii Uoitn forrtlfuls moroM, iDd deiioiKlnti bloUbti tn4 plmpltt. deal of money, and many others. But Harpet's!dfciar they will not all be,hsppyf for riches imi ftnd otlwooftfi c3untftaae rtrM. ut bllabl t your x,fUoc.. A' Word (or Mother. do not make happiness, and some day WECUflE.mCOCELE perhaps any one of these little ones, ?fn taatt.r how t.rtaat oar eaM may Every person should read with in who tovday dp not know much besides he. or how lour rou ntr har. bad It, oar NtVT VttKATMKHT will terest the suzeestlons lor maklnir being hungry or sleepy, wltl wish car It. Itif "wormr t.Isi" ntua to and th.lr aonaal cundltloa proper h.neo ta. home more attractive to the eye and they could trade places with a healthy, vountn-un- l Miual .rtani rM.iTO Tha tirj.nl Loom, vltaliiad. all the receipts for cooklug maay dishes, cheerful man' or womsn, with their di unnatural Iraua or Idi.m ceaio aad aanlr tonn raturn. No Umporar These things are all good and ueces own way to make in the world. bm.flt, but a naaa.nt ura aiiun BKM-EI- eslnj, rMulalti labtcco builds ua nervous tnltn. nukes pure rich blood. Many rtperl a gain of lea pounds In ten dart. Go I rj u.uno.r jo.r sws Buy a oga. yard Stripping Rosalie, kneeling beside her little bed, saying her prayers at evening, always murmured, alter a devout "amen," soft word whose meaning her aunt could not catch. One evening the queationed the child. "Rosalie, what Is that you say every night after you have finished your prayers?'' "Aunty," said Rosalie, solemnly, "I jnst say: "Dear Lord, this Is Rosalie Pltnam praying now.' You see, so many little girls pray at jnst this time, and I thought I'd best which was me. trSewDrrw.," Hvery-thing'- iMitii&Ki 1 b tA4 laineu, anu me curD oriaie is oniy given a gentle pressure at first, just A Nnuniqinnlrrnllni-Whln- W....W.. lJ,"en00en to let him know that It Is - n ..ww. www- - ww.-- . there. Gradually the strength of the Now Bocoming Quite- pull is increased, and with this salei a Fad. guard the horse Is taught to stand The latest foundation for the popu- - fire from his rider's pistol or carbine. lar stock, collar Is fitted with a finely , In carbine practice,the horse must be thoroughly broken, as both hands tempered steel spring, which clap the neck closely and holds the stock; are required in using this weapon, in place without any trouble. It dot-- whereas with the pistol the rider may not bind tbe neck, as It la very lfest. retain the bridle with one hand. Then comes sabre practice, and that anu yieias 10 caca movemenr,ana, i though It looks firm and snug.lt does is another trial to the horse. Again he is thrown to the ground, and when not choke. This light rprtug, lsppins a little the bright blade of the sabre, with at the back somewhat like a key ring quick thrusts flashiag before his eyes or bractlct.can be boueht and covered; and cutting the air In close proximity at bame, and can he recovered manyff to bU ears, appears to him he la n again times, as steel never wears out. A mental stock which does not reTaaaets Stlt Beat la.it r.ar Uh iw.r. quire to be covered, but is intended To quit tobaeeo saill and foravtr, be full of lira, ntrra sad visor, lake as an article of jewelry, Is quite a fad the tnat makes weak man now. These stocks of collars are very tiroes. All dnijf lata, Us or It. Cuuruaraa-ttad- . much like a dog collar or belt. They BitrllBK Booklet and tampla frts. Addrttt Kemedr Co., CMcajo or Ntw York. arf made in a great variety of form Saltlng Cattlo. jewelled, sliver and and pattern-pla- in gold. Some are arranged In medalliGus Stewart, one of our best farons, with, a circle of chains between and Intended to be worn over some mers near Wildie, called to see us bright ribbon or chiffon stock, while while in town, says the Mount Vers others are of solid mental and fastH-e- d non (Ky) Signal, and while here with buttons and eyelets, with gave us his idea ol salting cattle. slides, hooks and eyes, regular belt He says, "Always put the salt on the buckles, or jewelry claps of the old backs of the cattle, and not ou the ground. By so doing the salt works fashioned styles. These throat belts are made to though the hair and forces the cattle match waist belts and can be had in to lick themselves, which keeps the hair nice aud glossy. Should there any pattern in sets to order. Belt buckles, from being very tiny, be any wolves in their backs or verhave suddenly jumped to the opposite min on tbem, the salt destroys them extreme. They cover the entire front on short notice," Mr. Stewart claims part of the waist, extending around that he has followed this plan of saltnearly under the arms In some cases, ing' for 15 years, and always has nice and are four or five Inches board. The healthy cattle. He says when he same effect is carried out In the back. starts Into the pasture with a sack of salt every cow begins licking its II your sight is blurred with specks back. and spots floating before your eyes, or If troubled with rheumatism, give you have pains on the right ride a, trial. It Chamberlain's Pain-Balribs, then your liver is dethe will sot not cost you a cent If it does ranged, and you need a few doses of no good. One application will relieve Uerbine to regulate it. Price 50 cts. the pain. It also cures sprains and m. J. H. Williams. bruises in the time required by any other treatment. Cuts, OnoDay In India. burns, frostbites, qulnsey, pains in Everyday life for tbe English wo- the side and chest, glandular and man in Calcutta is said to pass about other swellings are quickly cured by as follows: About 7 o'clock In the applying if Every bottle waranted. morning comes the light bread and Price, 25 and 50 cts. Z. Wayne Grifm. butter breaklast, followed by a drive fin, m or a ride. When sbe .returns, she T Pursue what is useful to mankind makes one of the changes of dress you will thus satisfy them, and, what with which the Anglo Indian day Is is better, satisfy yourself. G. H. A. punctured, then has real breaklast at Ewald. 10. Alter this comes a long morning If the predisposition to worms in industrfons idling before 2 o'clock, tbe hour for tiffin. Calls are made children is not cured they may bebetween 1 1 o'clock and 2, for then af- come emaciated, weakly and In danger ter tiffin Calcutta goes to sleep. Four of convulsions. White's Cream Vero'clock tea is the signal for tbem to mifuge Is the most successful and popular remedy. Price 25 cts. J. H. be up again and dress for tbe after m. noon drive. At 8 everybody dines,, Williams. and then follows cards.bllllards or tbe thenter. iMaBTMMWflW;tBWEM Burt tit Hardly a day passes, In families a(uiars f where there are children, in which NO rcitc-N- o Ballard's Snow Liniment is not needPAT. That is the way all druggists sell ed. It quickly cures Cuts, Wounds, Bruises, Burns And Scalds, Price 25 Grovr's Tasteless Chili, Tonic for Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp, and 50 cts. J. H. Williams. 1U. ly iron and quinine in a tasteless loim. Children love it. Adults prefer A Lowly Start. it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, BELTS FOR THE THROAT. h ..l.i ... m j terror-stricke- mar-atti- wonder-worke- nn-d- er m one-tbl- rd i 1 OAHTOIIIA. 250,000 A tramp called at the kitchen door of a St. Joseph residence a few days He was ragged, cold and hungry, and his fct were wrapped In, rags. When tbe hired girl opened the door iu answer to his knock, she scowled. Sbe did not like tramps. "If you please, miss," said the tramp, taking off his old, battered cap and making a bow that had tbe semblance of politeness about it, "can you give me a few old soggy bis sgo. 50c. tf Usefulness Is the truest wisdom. James Watt, Is the forerunner to consumption. will cute Dr. Bell's It, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not cents at all settle there. Twenty-fiv- e gooddrugglsts. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf A wise legislator may gain hlmseU attention and respect by the usefulness of his laws. Fenelon, I.aar Irritation tiii ) cults?" The request was so unusual that the hired girl called mistress, who happened to be In the kitchen at the time. UJItK. NO I'Ai HON NHOKSHAilY. NO KO HON FllUM UUrJIKI Of Kit 0 DKTKN. some miles, be found his path obGeneral Directory structed by some fallen timber, which STATE OFFICIAL. A Washington Dispatch Says a boy was stoutly endeavoring to re Governor William O. Bradley. move. On looking more closely be tho Tobacco Is Polaon- Lieut Governor W. J. Worth-ingtodiscovered It to be the same boy he od by Paris Croon. had met In the morning. Sccretaryof State Charles Finby. "What!" criedhe. "How do you A Washington Dispatch says, Attorney General W. 8. Taylor, Tbe habitual smoker Is menaced come to be here now?" Auditor Samuel II. Stone, "You said, sir, the next time you Treasurer Geo. W. Lone. with the danger of arsenical poisonCommissioner of Agriculture, Horing. By the good people who are op seen me you'd give ine sixpence," Statistics Lucas and posed to the use of tbe weed he has said the little fellow, wiping the per ticulture Moore. been menaced with almost every other splratiou irom his brow. Superintendent Public Iustrpction-m form ol sudden and protracted death, J . Davison. Ways of Carrying Monoy. and it remains tor the Kentucky exRegister Land Office Chas. O. periment station of the agricultural The American carries his "wad of Beypold. Insurance Bureau (Jommissioner-- D. department to expose this hidden1 bills" In a peculiar W. Comiugoro. peril. pocketbook, in which the greenbacks 'Adjutant General rD. R.. Collier. "It seems that the tobacco growers, He flat Slate Librarian Miss Paul Doane especiallyin-Kentuckand ConnectiThe lower class Russian exhibits a Hardin, cut, use parla green to kill the worms preference for bis boots or the lining1 BilUtOAD COMHISSI0NER3. which attack the tobacco plant As of his clothes as a hiding place for his JnO. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. all farmers and some city folks know, savings. Dempsey, H. 8. Irwin, Secretary this Is a mixture of arsenic' ahd powThe Frenchman makes use of a Samuel F. Brown. dered plaster in proportions proper to leather purse, with no distinguishing CONCJRESSIOMAL. Senators Hon. William C. Lindbe spread on the leaves as pulverized characteristics for tbe worldly wealth say, Hon. W, J, Deboe. sugar Is applied to strawberries, and which he can lea with him. Representative Fourth District when eaten by tbe worms it causes The German uses a purse, gayty Hon. D. II. Smith. tbem to curl up and die. STATE LEGISLATURE. embroidered in silks, by the fair hands "It is commonly supposed that the of some Lottchpa orMlna, and this Senator Hon. T. G. Tuner. rain washes the arsenic all oft alter contains Representative Ohio County Hob. all the spare change he has B. 0. Jarnagio. the worms are through with It, but at hand. experiment shows that minute quantiOHIO COUNTY. capitalist from The CIECTJIT COURT. ties remain oa the leaves, and when some torrid South American city car-riHon. W. T. Owen, Judge Oweas-bor- o. manufactured Into cigars the arsenical his dollars in a belt, with cunfumes are inhaled with the smbke. It ningly devised pockets to baffle the Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney admitted that the quantity la small, gentlemen with the light fingers. is Oweniboro. but It must also be admitted that a Some of these belts are very expen T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. little arsenic goes a long way. sive. S. A. Anderson. Growers ire recommended to use some Rowan Holbrooc. Master Commis- The Italian ol the poorer classes other method of disposing of the ties up his little fortune in a gayly-color- sionei Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund larvae." handkerchiefs, secured with Hartford. many knots, which he secrets in some H T PIlAvana RtiAnfT ttmrtfnrA The Eas-leAll Bin's, KIbk Is noted for its keen sight, clear and mysterious manner about his clothes. Deputies D. M. Hocker, T.H. Ben distinct vision. So are those persons A similar course has charms for the ton, ii. Martin and w. 11. Xitisley. who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Spaniard, txmrt convenes brat Mondar in for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or Any March and August and continues three kind or granulated lids. Sold by all weeks, and third Monday in Mav and Her Ago at Monte Carlo. dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. two w.eeks. November Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf A curious story comes from Monte CODKTT cotrnT. ii tan Jas, P. Miller', Judge Hartford. To separate the nseiul Irdta the Carlo tbe heroine of which has lost a M. S. Ragknd.Clerk Hartford. large, sum through excusable female honest Is impudent, as ii anythibg M.L, Heavrin.Attornev-Hartfor- d. vanity. She entered the gaming sawere really useful that Is not honest. Court convenes first Mondav in loon while a former friend of hers was Socrates. winning in a sweeping' style that each month. qUABTEBLY COURT. seemed destined to break the bank. Lang Irrltallea Begins on 'the second Monday ia consumption. Dr. Is theforerunnerof "I am so glad to see you here, each month. Bell's Piae Tar Honey will cure it, prince, aud In such luck, tool" she COTJBTOF CLAIMS. snd give such strength to the lungs exclaimed. "Do tell me a lucky Convenes first Monday in January, that a cough or a cold will not settle there, 25c at all good druggists, tf number. It Is sure to win, for you and Tuesday after tho second Monday in uctoDer. are now In the v?in.". iii OTHEB COTJHTY OFFICXBS. How delightful to reflect on a useful The prince generously placed a pile N. Moxlejr, Surveyor. life when It is drawing to a close. oigold louls., before, the vivacious G. D. foyaJ.vAsBeftor. Sir T. Gresham. lady; whose- - beanty'had successfully Fob Rogers, School Supt, defied the effects of 36 winters, and L. W. Hunt. Coroner Sulnhur Weast Eyes Are Blade (irons-- , Springs. dim vision made clear, styes removed said: foorhouis and granulated lids or sore eyes of "Put it all on the number ot your V. l(. Uarapbell, Keeper, Hartford. any kind speedily and effectually years and reap a golden harvest" justices' courts. cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle The lady reflected, hesitated and Eye Salve. It's put up In tubes, and T. A. Evans Court will beheld sold on a guarantee by all good dragr then placed the pile oa 27. at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, An Instant later the croupier sang September gists. For sale by Z Wayne Grlffin,& lrtasd .December 1,8th. Bro. tf out: B. F. Gbavj58 Court will be held a- a "Thu.ty.aix red wins!" at Buiord on March 30, June .SepIf a thing be good it should be "Heavens I" mutterad the lady as tember 28 and December 21. known ; usefulness consists In pubS. J. Wkukb Court will be, held she fainted. "Thirty-si- x is exactly licity. Dr. J. Gregory. at Sulphur Springs on March 28, J, una my age!" I 27, September 20 and December 23. a CtRkeeM lean, U. JJ. Taylor Court will be held Educate women for uselulness.-Mr- s. suflered for 25 years with a, cough, I at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, I. Graham. and spent hundreds ol dollars with September 2 and December 9. doctors and for medicine, to no avail W, A. Rone Court will be held at To outlive one's usefulness Is a cauntil I used Dr. Bell's Centertown on February 13, May 29, Tbis remedy makes weak lungs lamity. Tilton. ia August 28 and November 1. ai strong. It has saved my life, J. B. Be useful if yon would be respected. CITY DIRECTORY, Roswcll, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by R. C. Coborn. W, IL Barnes, Judge. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf m J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. TOWN TRUSTSBS. Learn some useful art, that ypu SausU. IMtUnihsrMtiMaM S. K.Cox, Ch'm'n. may be independent of the caprice of Blftattn I. A, Thomas, Treasurer. tf fortune. Cato. Jno, E. Bean, Scc'y, Geo. Klein. Be always employed in something ccsm a ueiix IB) elf PAT A. D. White. Quinine Tab useful. Franklin. Take Laxative Bromo Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. a. ai ltts. All druggists refund money; if R. hold their regular meeting Satar A life without usefulness Is only an day before the first Sunday Ta it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has ca L. B. Q. on each tablet tf early death. Goethe. month In Court Hall at, 1 o'clock p. W. A. Casson, Com. m. Since I am nq longer useful on this Unless what we do be useful, vain John C. CuAUnRSLAitr, Adjt. regret leaving Is our glory. Phoedrus, earth, I ought not ta Confucius. sa4Wklskr Mt Ilkursd a Let us make happy the circle out pal A Generous Young; Man. tlealara Mat Wffc around us ; be useful as much as we ta, a. aii may. Shefer, . OB is. 14 Maria rrjer Si, bTJ fuaau, It is only right that I should tell you," she said, "that father has lost SMOKERS BEWARE. . W. long-narro- w, half-civiliz- Clerk--Hartfor- ed , it a- 'i OAlVlaKTA- it ka CURES GUARANTEED OI.KKT. W. treat and euro 8YPIIIM8, KMIBrtlONrt. IMIVIKNOY, TRBAl NAI, LOHSlii, ill.ADpKIl AND KlU- HI U1IH.M. UfiK. 1KHJKB. UlinnuUiAUUi IRKB. CI1.AUGK; IULKRATK. If uaaltt. to oall. writ. for a qyntfrjo.v JJbANK lor UUMK Kennedys Kergani DRS, Tii imiwjtzm&.imzmiW'' 3 C?a JtL BKATKB DAM, KY.TIMK TAULG. 122 W. FOURTH ST.. OINOINNATi, O. 1 II' NORTH BOUND. No. No. Nn. No. No. 204, 232, 222, 202, 2J4, 4:41 a. Accommodation. ,r:02 a. Accomraodatloii.. 12.41 p. 6;5'J p. Fait Mail Local Freight. . . .8:10 a. Fait Mall in. ra, m. rn. m. SOUTH BOUND. 12 20 p. m. No. 203, Fait Mail No. No. No. No. x 231, Accommodation.. .8:37 p. ra. 221, AciommodatloD.12:25p. ra. 10:30 a. ra. 201, Fast Mall 203, Local Freight. . . ,2:40 p. ra. M taboadkrai, ilrwUf-ltl- t Bl BaC'tu.U mo-M- m .id. tutv"m an u iiiari.HAifrau. wa arvscul Uk w 1 r aH BLV:kkl.ra..Ta.Ultk J msMl'IJnwwuutlr.pr!MMtUr in au l. ab.tllr.urui tWiuIMM. aaa. aajam arTotiillirMr iimi 'awTl Ik ID nFL Bralw ana rVTT1 1 r. art ttOft)) Mil lllMbOlU tro m ilMU, MXM4 AKi Ubuw BrfiUlllif 4t ir iihfcUl! t vaik AJLo-M .!, BVaUUli -- 1'. W- i-l uniirn rraaa lw4h,,aU,l4M,MM. Idea j m mmm,.. Wanted-- An WsvklM too. P. Ot Wal C ui. W Mir U Who turn think tUM telJ4teJ.il fertaf oa UMltiu svakiaaaasi ahus j The tramp repeated the reher. Dr, Jlartman ef for practical txptrunct nut "Why, what do you want with old blessed with some, good biscuits?" she asked. "Wouldn't aamaritans. Mrs. Liszla you rather have something good to LeW Brewer, of 190 nieh aeej paVI Hi., Westerly, B. I., ia a eat?" noble, woman who devotea a great deal of time and money "No.ma'am," the tramp replied. "I to earing for the alck of Veterly. 8h. has been for want soggy biscuits all I can get oi strongest 'em. It la a well known fact that several years one of mends, and unatr data or Warcn IT, 1888, an. writes tha following- latter to Dr. nartman, they produce dyspepsia and that dyspepsia brings on nervousness. Any Columbus, O,, the originator of Your welcome adrlco U at hand, tad my body knows that nervous people and gratitude ia unbounded for the privilege I that au ambitious man generally gets enjoy of consulting so renowned a physician rich. It's wealth I'm after, and I'm asypuraeir, sinaya receiving sucn prompt and satisfactory- replies to niy questions. atartlug at the foot of the ladder to . 1 . u ..h. moat is wai una wnst " be donaamazes ma year, with unfail get it." St. Joseph News. yaar after ing certainty, rree or enarge, x How Cavalry Horsos aro Pro-paroars icarnca uistyou uare Deoomo for War. to thousands and thousands of households the same beneficent guide and adviser that you ar A war horse is broken to be steady to my household. aazviiT"4 vavaw "Aa for vour free books. I read under fire by tying ropes to his legs. them everyone, and treasure thslr While the animal Is down on the contents as the choicest wisdom. I ground the officer takes a pistol and Mr., M. Bnxwxn. folTr ySra. I find ft' aTuri fires 1( close to his ear. Then U rapeuro for all catarrhal affections so common in this part of the country. It id order be fires the weapon over hli cures a cold at once; there is no cough medicine that can at all equal back, under his neck, between his aa for la prlppe there la no other remedy that can at all compare with I notice in medical Journals and from tha testimony of my neighbors that the legs, anywhere that on opening presdoctor, stern qulto unsuccessful In treating la grippe, especially In removing the after effects of la grippe. From personal observation In many caaea I know ents Itself during the horje's futile la a sure spccISo. for these coses. I am among tha sick a great struggles Nut until he sinks back that simply because exhausted, all a tieaibllng, and showdeal lu our city, and have supplied many invalid, with- I am enthustastlg In, my faith as to its results, I have never known it to fail to deMoralliad atateof, the human ayatam ing the whites of his eyes, does the quickly and permanently remove which follows la grippe. pistol prsctice cease. Alter two or " In ease of weakuessaa peeaHar to my sag I aaa sure that bo other ressedy east three lessons of this kind It ts considapproach in good reWrts M aeUon of It meets all the badeymptoaas to which female r Mbjeai, The IrregularltUa and nervousness, the debility ered stfe to mount blm with a bridle and misery, which tttct rnnaa or less the women from girlhood to change of furnished with acutb bit. Up to Ufn7 jarojoa,BJ aUmet aa overcome by your excellent I wish In very young city couM read your book Health and Beauty,' Any this time the horse has never felt a stamp for reply." curb. The light sot We is still re-aae further aa do so by nlccetai se wishing to haqulr. of A Mrs. Brewer's Humane Work. wtl.toto Rhodi ALL WOMEN It land lady, viko tookt afltr tkt ii.k cf ktr tttjr, writit te quest to A AGREE. A druutit In Macon, Ga., ssyt: have SolTa large quantity of Mother Frlcail. and have never known an In stance where It his failed to produce the good results claimed for It. All women tgree that it makes labor shorter and less V JJMANITY "I all." "Not alll" he exclaimed. "Yes, all," she asserted. "No," be said firmly; "not all, You are still left to him. I could not be so cruel as to add to his misfortunes. Tell him tell him for me 0. S. S. GOES 1 that my generosity impels me to leave blm what little lies in my pow er.' lOcsse. TO THE BOTTOM. rlMfiil nIKMS If ill HH jainrui." zf. slwmjEm?rjM fltffeJflnKfrAX I sjW SdtuataVaar Uaw.l. WltU CasaaetU. Caadr Catharlle, cur. soasllpstles lortrtf. liaao rtll.drusstturtruadBttM. Ho Caught O'Connqll. Daniel O'Connell, tbe lamoua orator, when taking a ride In the neighborhood of his house, had occasion to aak au urchin to open a gate for him. The little fellow complied with much alacrity and looked up with such an honest pleasure at rendering the slight service thst O'Connell by wayol saying something snythlng asked "What's your name, my boy?" "Daniel O'Connell, sir, replied he Stoutly. "And who's your father,?" demanded the, astonished liberator. "Daniel 0'Counell.sir," 'O'Connell vmlteteU a word or two below his "breath and then added aloud. "When I see you again. I'll give you sixpence," Kldjag briskly , lie "soon forgot the Incident and Jell to thinking of graver matters, when, alter traveling 1 H vSaa;tBBBB .rn...- -- od WMWrm to tt Pe-ru-- lKKmm irr f0r Mother's Friend It not a chance remedy. Its good effects are readily experienced by all expectant mothers who use It. Years aro It passed the experimental sure. While It always shortens labor and lessens the pains ol delivery. It Is alto of the greatest benefit during the earlier months of pregnancy. Mornlpg sickness and nervousness are resally overcome, and tbe liniment relaxes, the strained muscles, permlttlnc-themtexpand without csutlng distress, wothtr's' the meraer, and her recovery ia sure aa rtpia. uaafer from ruini ana wt breasts Is done away with completely. SU y enifthtt fee II a twttis. TrW BftADFIELD RCQULATOK CO. ms Ih aa P.-ru-- a. a, Friend tires great recuperative power always promptly Teaches and eurea any disease where tie blood fa In anyway involved. Everyone who has had emenencn with blood diieases knows that there are no all. ments or troubles so obstinate and dlflloult to cure. Vary few remedies claim to cure such real, dep-sAtblood diseases as S. S. cures, and none oan offer such Incontrovertible evidence of merit. BBS. Is not merely a tonto It Is cure I It goes down to the very seat of all blood dluases, and gets at the foundation ot the very worstease,androutathe poison from the sjtteaa.Itdoea ""." """ jwucuioa. ur uji tue poison anu niae is rrom view temporarily, only to break forth again more violently than aver; 8. S. a forces out ererr trace of taint, and rids the system of ft loreyer. ra.i vv.ieMonigomery,AiA.,wrlteat "Borne years ago I was Inoculated, with poison by a nurse who Infected ruy babe with blood taint. I was covered with sores and uleera from head to root, and in mv great extremity I prayed to die, Several prominent phyiUTsnS treated me, but all to no purpose. The mercury 'and potash which thy me seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which waa evourlngme. I waa advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by ft, ta try Bwift'e SueelBe. I im proved from the start, aa tbe medicine seemed to go direct to the oause of the trouble and force the poison out. Twenty r battles OUMd ma Hnmnlatalv ' Umitt'm Mnnnlft, Sll DlSUSiS UA demonstrates its auperlorfty over other blood remedlos. It matters not how ob- - iWfcESZVtWffi a liatflS IM WlKt UfMii d Ok S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD that U guaranteed purely vegetable, and eoatalaa m mercury, potash, arsenlo, or any other mineral or chemical. It never falls ta euro Cancer, JCoiema, Scrofula, Kheumatltm, Contagious Blood foleea), Tetter, Bolls, Carbuncles, Sores, eta Valuable books mailed frea by SwIftSpeelflo Company, Atlanta, Oa. Is the only resaedy ty er a. UfcMaua Ut Ut ,i.ua hum, ATLANTA. OA. w . tMMMAMp I i TWO NEGROES KILL WOMAN. news reached Qua Baker that his ij sensitive """" 4V0MAN. son had just been drowned year-olThe-rm Brutal Crime Is Corrimlttod In while swimming. The shock pros wonderful trated Mr. Barker, and he had to be tropical olint Alabama Other Crimes ... vuic mimosa taken home In a carriage. When the In theSouth Monday. sensitive piant news was broken to his wife she went aa it is called. The curious Birmingham, Ala., June 5 Mrs.R. frantic and became unconscious. Both thing about It II, Hubbard was shot and Instantly are In a precarious condition. la that If you While the luneral procession was killed by two negroes at Kallne stapinch any part of the root or tion on the Memphis and Charleston returning from the cemetery one of the stem, all the carriages ran over Mrs. Wm. railroad, In Bibb county, to day. the delicate lita year old daughter, tle branches Mr. Hubbard ia a farmer and had in Sullivan's little and fragile his employ Alex. Hill and Bud liar. mangling her in a horrible condl leave will curl tlon. grave. The'negroe were discharged up and alirink together as If Mlw Ha Clark, a witness to the latfor indolence and some dispute arose they had been They ter accident, fainted and was carried over the amount due tbem. blighted with n FRIDAY, JUNE 9. A plan has been suggested to have went to the house and called for Mr to the nearest honse, where she lay sudden frost. Woman's for four hours before recovering sufa convention of the Governors and Hubbard, who was HI In bed. delicate and Attorney Generals of the several AararorrareEi irtitrxa t One report says Hubbard came to ficiently to be removed to her home sensitive la re States of the Union to meet at St. the door and was fired upob, one bulOR THE SENATE. markably like this little plant If the GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Louis for the purpose of discussing let striking his wife, and another Is ' very roots of a woman's life are injured HON. W. FKkU LONG, or diseased, her whole being sutlers, both Ttr. .inilirlTm1tn announce Hon plans whereby the great trust mon that Mrs. Hubbard went to the door The United States Treasury surplus physical and nental. She shrinks withW. Fred Long as a candidate for the iters and corporations can bo con-- . and was shot down. Mr. Hnbbatd, for May was over in herself and covers up her sufferings $4,000,000. office of State Senator in this the Sev- fined and held within the bounds of heating the shots, came to the door enduring all in silence as best she may. " My son's wUk had been for yesrs a arrat A Cuban radish grown this year enth Senatorial District, subject to the sufferer; all broken down and very weak ami reason. This seems to be the most and was seriously wounded. action ol tne Kepuoucan pauy. nerrait." says Mrs. Betsey M. White of Armed bodies areaconring the woods near Manacas weighed S pounds. plausible plan yet suggested for the Warren C0..TJ. Y. "She wat troubled an the piln and aches one so ilendcr could Half a dozen CAST. W.T. HOWARD. endure. power of trusts and corporations. It and a second Sam Hose affair Is threat earning a livingAmerican women are with She took ererjlhlns:h heard of, hop. announce as stenographers In loe to ret help, but In rain The doctors aald cued. It Is said Hill fired the fatal shot. We are authorized to lie could not lire to hart another child aa .he n. KT T rtnnratll. nl MorsantOWn appears that the national governHavana. came near dying o many time. She tried Or BRAVE GEORGIA WOMAN. Mercc's Favorite Prescription and II did wonder, as a candidate for nomination for tne ment leaves this question to the sevThe new Spanish Minister hsa ar- for her. Columbus, Ga., June 5. An unState Senate, in this the 7th Senator- eral states to be settled as they may "Thla sprlnf she had a nice boy welghlne ial dlstilct subject to the action of the deem best at the same time consider known negro made an attempt yester- rived in Washington and assumed tic eleven pounda, ahe got throuh before, we could anc wimiu not 1 r.t anyone there. Joywaa airaia aaw how nicely duties of his office. lire, we cried for Kepuoucan pariy. when we ing their own interest and the inter day to assault Mrs. David Ward, who ahe ffot alonr. I cannot say enougn in praue 01 Dewey's flag- was the fiist of a full Mur FaTOrtte PrearrlDtioii 1 nerer aeni a general. Uvea three miles west of Giratd, Mrs. est of the country in I bone recommendation of a medicine beore Remember the Senatorial conven Ward defended herself with a pistol Admiral to be flung to the breeze in aU women wUt try it. May Cod blew you fur matter is to be left If the the rood you hare done " Asiatic waters. and sent two bullets after the frighttion at Beaver Dam V Pierce, Any woman msy write to R. to states to be controlled by their legBuffalo, N. Y In ened wretch. Seven boy burglara were arrested In M D., of Iter communicationabsolute thor will be T.vrriha nrocession proceed. Col islation no better plan could be inWhile a posse was scouring the Chicago after they had tunnelled their and ahe u Italy and earnestly considered fatherly 111 receive sound, tirofeailonal. Bryan is out of the 8tato and Orator voked than that of a conference of the woods to day to find the negro, leav- way Into a store. advice (in a plain sealed envelope) bee of most learned and influential citizens ing Mrs. Ward alone, her husband Arraislead is out ol Hartlora. Last year the people of the United charge. of the states. Through the influence joining iu the chase, the same negro States used about 71,000,000 pounds D. B. HeSDEBSON, of the heads of government of the aev C0N0BE88MAN with remarkable nerve entered the ot tea, which cost $10,000,000. A SMOOTHE SWINDLE. of Iowa, will be Speaker of the next eral states a moat potent influence Ward home again and made the sec The West Indian trade reciprocity house of Representatives. national could be brought to bear on legisla- ond attempt at assault This time he delegation will leave Jamaica for the Bank In Louisville Vlctlmlzod the thanks of Orator tion. That the power and privileges tore the clothes from Mrs. Ward, but United States thla week Out of $5,000. We tender of trusts and corporations must be lim she managed to secure the pistol and Armiitead to our neighbor for its beLetty Baker, a young woman, of itednone question. But the proper shot the negro four times. Mrs. Ward Louisville, June 6. The German lated notice of his appearance in Lexington, Ky., has become insane as way by which they must be controlled says she saw the negro fall several Insurance bank, of this city, was vicHartford. a result oi faith-curteaching. For one times while running irom the bouse. is a problem for solution. timized out oi $5,000 Monday afterA shipwrecked monkey was picked noon by two Bloodhounds from Opellka have young Republicans of Butler county state or several states for that matter The been telegraphed lor, II not already up from a floating plank at sea off men, met in precinct conventions isjtnat to make stringent laws restricting the dead from the wounds It is expected Sandy Hook a few days since. Ju.'t before the hour for closing the urday and instructed for N. T. How- power and privileges of trusts while lynched. The War Department is having diffi bank.the assistant cashier of the Ger other states cfler inviting opportuni the negro will be ard for State Senator. culty in providing men to care lor the man Insurance bank waa rung np by NEGRO ASSAULTS WHITE WOMAN. ties to them, is to commit in a measLong withdrew from ure, financial suicide. From the one Baxley, Ga , June 5. Will Abies, a Increased numberol coast defense guns. telephone and asked If he could ac COL.W. Fred In some parts of Russia the only commodate the Citizens National the race for Senator while the conven- capital would be withdrawn and as a negro, today assaulted Mrs.. Vicey Being session here yesterday. result factories would close and with Edgerton, a young white married won food for the people consists at present bank with $5,000 In currency. tion was in In acorns, leaves, and the soft bark of answered In the affirmative, the inbe man living near here. A posse pur would Capt. N. T. Howard has a clear them home markets quiring party said he would send two trees. other capital sued and captured him and he is now destroyed; to the track now for the nomination. The plan for a Permanent Artytra men around to get the money. in jail. It Is believed the law will be up would flow, factories spring Shortly afterward two men appeartlon Tribunal, proposed by.the British We don't care who the Democrats and a flourishing home market allowed to take its course. delegatea to the Peace Conference, is ed at the bank with a check for $5,s nor what they built up. nominate for Governor To be just to the FRIENDSHIP CHURCH, KY made public. 000 bearing the supposed signature put in their platform, but we would capitalist and to ourselves the people National Rewaids aggregating $5,000 have ol the cashier ol the Citizens some newslike for them to endorse June 3. Health ol the community of the several states should frame an bank. The assistant cashier gave the been offered for the arrest of the paper as their official organ that we uniform code of laws for the control tolerably good. money to the young men. The check Farmers are very busy with their lynchers of the three Humphries In today was discovered to be forged. might have one Democratic journal in of the corporations, trusts and com Henderson county, Tex. work and are having considerable the State for whose utterances we bines. Estray Notice. The Near York Chamber of ComSome trouble with grasshoppers. could hold tbem responsible. have set tobacco twice and the grass merce has appointed a committee ol One roan heifer, bell on, one blue Examination. hoppers have devoured it. The wheat ten to participate in the reception to heifer and one ted steer, all yearlings, Nineteen counties have held conestrayed from my farm near Narrows. ventions to select delegates to the An examination of applicants for crop is very poor in this section 01 Admiral Dewey. Finder will be rewarded for informa Convention to be held appointment to the A. & M. college country and has the rust pretty bad, Japan has considerably more than tion of their whereabouts. State A considerable hall fell here Wed half as many inhabitants as the Unit J. W. Thomas. at Lexington, and of these Gen. Tay of Ky. will be. held In Hartford, June nesday, but did no particular damage. ed States, though our country is twenty-lor has carried fourteen, rrau ana 16. Each legislative district In the Aside from the serious inconvens Isaac Westerfield has purchased a two times Its area. Stone have seven votes each and the State Is "entitled to select and to ence and pain caused by piles, there Gen. Otis has cabled the President are uuiostructed. send to said college each year one Piano binder. remaining delegates is a tendency to fistula and to cancer Mr. I. C. Royal and family and Mr. 0 A motion to make the nomination of properly prepared student iree from T. L Royal and family visited Mr that he is still of the opinion that in the rectal regions. Piles should all charges for tnltion, matriculation troops will be sufficient for the Gen. Taylor unanimous is 10 order. not be allowed to run on unchecked. fee, room rent, fuel and lights, and to Clay Edwards and family Sunday. effective control of the Philippines, Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment Is an Mrs. Bettle Ralph, of near Magan, There have been placed in the Sus infalllblo remedy. Price, Our Democratic frieuds should get have all the privileges o! the college visited her daughter.MIss Effie Ralph, 50 cts. a quehanna river at Columbia 3,000,000 bottle, tubes out a candidate for Representative. and dormitories free, except board. Saturday. m. 75c. J.II. Williams, be entitled, free ol shad fry, obtained irom the fish plant There aro still a few folks in Ohio Said students shall Assessor G. D. Royal is doing con whatever, to the benefits Coughod up a Tooth While Ho at Perrysvllle, Md. county who have not heard Col. Bryan any cost Improvement about his above for the term of siderable Was Sick. One of the largest steel works in the and with a redhot legislative enumerated speak, house. Colonel to years necesssry to complete the course race on they could get the Mr. Elisha Griffith and family were world is being built at Eusley, Ala, Marion, Ind., June 5, Joseph ot study In which he or she matricuPart of the equipment will consist of make a number of speeches in the proprietor of tbeTremont hotel, or during good the guests oi Major Baize Sunday. lates ior graduation, ten 50. ton basic furnaces. county.and this would give everybody behavior. All beneficiaries ot the Eld. A. P. Kelly preached at An- had a remarkable experience to day During the last twenty years the For nearly 20 years he has been a snf a chance to hear him. Get out a can- State who continue students lor one tlcch last Sunday, Eld. R, J. Brandon, who has been American Bible Society has put Into ferer from pain In the right lung, and didate, boys. consecutive collegiate year or ten circulation in Mexico 600,370 Bibles, physicians bad given him up as a unavoidably prevent- - sick, is able to be up again. The nomination of Hon.R. C. Jar months, unless Died, May 37th, Miss Tony Mldklff, Testaments and portions of the Bible hopeless consumptive. entitled to their neced shall also be nsgin to succeed himself as Represent The widow of Stanford, Recently be has had a number of essary traveling expenses in going to daughter of Ben Midkiff. She had tative from Ohio county, by the Re- and returning from said college." been sick for some time with con of California, has deeded stocks and hemorrhages. y be had another here yesterday publican convention The above quotation from the School sumption. Her remains were interred real estate valued at $10,000,000 to attack and felt something dislodge She the California University which bears from the spot in his lung that bad was an endorsement justly bestowed Law, seta forth clearly the benefits to at Magan cemetery Sunday. upon a worthy young man. Mr. given him so much pain. The foreign by beneficiaries to the leaves father, mother, brothers and his name. be derived made a very conspicuous mem- State college. The examination will sisters and a host o! relatives to mourn The Department has Is substance was torn loose and coughed ber of the last House, and his experi- be open to all white persons between her loss. We sympathize with them sued Instructions directing that here- out. On examination it was found to in their sad bereavement. ence then will add greatly to bis use- the ages ol foutteen and twenty-lou- r after newspapers shall be treated as be a tooth that had been lodged in the Beatrice. fulness in the next. Hurrah tor letters In making up the mail for lung for nearly so years. and appointments awarded to those Mr. Hatfield says that about 20 Porto Rico. persons making the highest grades. ROS1NE, KY. Young men who have been In the The Massachvsetts State Board of years ago he had a number of teetb M. L. Heavkin will sure be the State college for the past yesr are deJune 6 The funeral of Miss Clara" Health has issued a circular, urging extracted and that gas was adminisnext Republican nominee for Attor- lighted with the wotk done there.and Foster was largely attended the 4th general vaccination throughout the tered to relieve the pain and that the ney General, if the feeling of the report that a students necessary ex Sunday, State to prevent the threatened epi- .tooth must have passed down his State press expresses the desire of the penses need not be more than $140 or throat while he was unconscious. Mr. Spurgeon Foster and Miss An- demic ol smallpox. party, and always that is the case. $150 for a year's work. We hope to nie Allen were quietly married at wheat in Nebraska, Iowa, Statu on Ohio, City op Toledo, 1 Winter The waim receptiun with which the have the county well represented Horse Branch Sunday morning, Rev, ) Northern Kansas, Northern Missouri Lucas County, announcement of his candidacy has next year. Respectfully, B. 1'. Romans officiating. and Northwestern Colorado has been Frank J.. Cheney makes oath that is indeed gratifying. otherwise met Fon Rooers, Co. Supt. The basket dinner at Salem was reduced to one half the usual yield by he Is the senior partner of the firm oi quite a success and largely attended. But that reception is justly a merited winter-kill- . P J, Cheney & Co , doing business In The health in this community is reward of bis sterling worth and abil- "You May Bend the Sapling, In the coal mines of Illinois, during the City of Toledo, County aud State but Not tho Tree." good at this wilting, except Mr. V. ity. Mr. Heavrin's energy, persever-encthe year ended June 30, 1898, seventy-fiv- e aforesaid, and that said firm will pay Stewart, who has rheumatism. ambition and push will make of men were accidentally killed, the sum of One Hundred Dollars for When disease has become chronic The farmers are through setting tohim a very strong and elective cau. and deep seated It Is often difficult to leaving forty-fiv- e widows and 112 each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use ol Hall's didate and his devotion to bu.lness a cure It. That is the reason why it is bacco and the grasshoppers are doing fatherless chlldien. Attorney General such best to take Hood's Sarsaparilla when their best to cut it down before it gets It has been determined that light Is Catarrh Cure. Frank J Chkni'.v. reputation ripe. Sworn to before me and subscribed as has never been excelled in the his. disease first shows Itielf In pimples, an irapoitant factor In sugar producCorn Is looking fine and gardens In my presence, this 6th day of Detory of the commonwealth. headaches, Indigestion, or other trou will soon be yielding a good supply oi tion, recent investigations showing cember, A. D 1886. bles which tell ol poor blood, weak vegetables. that the sugar content of the plant Is Gen, Taylok appears to be having stomach ordisordertd liver or kidneys. A, W. GutASON, , Rev. G. J Bean preached at Roslne dependent on the amount of direct an uninterrupted march to victory in This gieat medicine regulates the I sunlight received. Notary Public wthe race for the nomination for Gov whole system. It never dlssppolnts. Sunday night. The Ministerial Association at Fort Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter Mr. S. Dotson was slightly woundernor, The county conventions uciu Wayne, Iud., has Issued a proclamanally, and acta iHrrctly on the blood Hood's Pills are the favorite family ed by an enraged animal Sunday, Monday ran his vote up to about 160. Miss Vivian Goodwin had pleasant tion, signed by all the Protestant mln and mucous surfaces of the system. cathartic. Gen. Taylor is a very strong man. visitors Sunday morning, MlssesWal isters of the city, calling attention to Send tor testimonials, free. Both Democrats and Republicans alike Would NotSuffer So Again for the loose divorce lswsol theState,and P, J Chunky & Co , Toledo, O trip and Autry and Mr. W. Pearce. Fifty Tlmos Its Prlco. realize that fact. The warm Taylor Sold by Druggists, 75c Mr. Willie Sanders Is a caudldate publicly agreeing to marry no person sentiment throughout the ranks of the who baa been divorce! unless the Hall's Family Pills are the best. I awoke last night with severe again and one vote will elect him. Republican party ol the State practiI si cause was unfaithfulness or willful de B. t so pains in my stomsch. I never-felTho Difference. cally assures his nomination. If nomsertion, and then only the Innocent badly In all my lite. When I came It Waa a Strange Chain. inated Gen. Taylor will lead in ooecf p"y. down to work this morning I felt so The following taken from nu ex elections ever the most hotly contested Chicago, June 5 A special from weak I could hardly work. I went Last fall I apralned my left hip change cbarly defines the difference held In Kentucky. The tank and file to Miller and McCurdy'a drug store Arthur,III., says: One boy drowned, while handling some heavy boxes. between a city dally and a country of the party are bouyant with the and they recommended Chamberlain's a Utile gill fatally Injured beneath The doctor I called on said at first It newspaper: "It is your local paper hope oi victory and determined to Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme the hoofs of horses, two women and was a slight strain and would soon be that records your births, publishes wage an unrelenting warfare forhon-e- t dy. It worked like magic and one a man brought to death's door by the well, but It grew worse and the doctor your intirrisges and chroi.lcles your elections and for fair.freeand eco- dose fixed me alright It certainly shocks ol the accidents, all Incidents then said I had rheumatism. compenIt con- deaths. To the forty-piu- e nomical government. Is the finest thing I ever used for accompanying the funeral of a man tinued to grow worse and I could dium olthn happenings ot the world stomach trouble, I shall not be with who met sudden death, made Sunday hardly get around to work, I went to you ore not ever a mere cipher. To Certain Democratic newspapers, out It In my borne hereafter, for I a remarkable one la Ibis city. a drug store and the drought get the least; notice from them you alarmed at the great popularity ol should not care to ctfdure the sufferThe stiange chain of disaster heeau me. to try Chamber Iain's Pain Vtiust steal f '10,000, commit an atroGen. W. B. Taylor and dreading bis ings of last night again for fifty times when the local Grand Army Post Balm. I ti led It and one halt of a nt cious crime or have hall a dozen llv- candidacy, are stretching the truth its price. O H. Wilson, Liveryman, burled T. P. Wells, who was aspbyx bottle cured me entirely. I now injr wives Hut your local paper without mercy to try to bring about uurgemions, wasnmgion w,, lated by gaa at a hotel In Chicago !st recommend It to all my friends. P. watches over yon with solicitude at his deleat for the nomination tor Gov This remedy Is lor sale by Z. Wayne Wednesday nignt. wane tne etie-- , A- - PsSyock, Erie, Pa. It for sae by all times, If you are sick, it is sorry mray was In progress st the cemetery Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. ernor, Their attempt to hold Gen. Griffin & Bro. m. m. and hopes you will soon get well; It Taylor responsible for the trouble in the Republican convention at Leban on has not the slightest foundation in liimd Fridays br tti iiARTFonn pcnusiuxu compawt fact. The whole trouble grew out of Inoorporatad. the fact that Commissioner Lucas Moore discharged, from his office a ) EDir0Rs. Fom Rogers, populai young Lebanon man and gave Jno II. Thomas, J the position to his (Moore's) wife, and the friends of the young roan got up Of floo on Fox Stroot. the resolution denouncing Moore withyoar In advance out Gen. Taylor's knowledge or con$1 Subscription, sent. As a matter of fact Gen. Taylor at'llartford knew nothing of the trouble at LebEntKctl at the as scconu Class man matter, anon unite he saw it in the newspapers. Hartford Republican. I J '- -- I T lip Fastest Growing Store in This Section of the Green liiver Country. oiit-tiilkc.- ., i't Pr ce post-offi- m We aro but never outdone. Our business has so fnr exceeded our expectations (hat we have had to make tho second trip to the markets. Notwithstanding tho advance in all lines of goods, we, with ready cash, picked up some special bargains. We call your attention to our prices below: -- Summer Wash Goods. Handtnrne lino of "Dimities, worth 7Ac, our price Gc. Extra wide Dimity.worth fijc.our prico 0o Fine Imported Organdies imported to sell at 35c we picked up a lew of them so wo can tell at 10c per yard. Handsome Granidiue Organdies, wnrih 20c, our price 10c Attention, Gentlemen! Notwithstanding our low prices on fine Clothing, we have decided, rather ade than carry over any of our Spring Clothlng.we will make you a reduction of 10 per cent. 011 any Suit of Clothes in our house over $4.00 a Suit. This is certainly chance lor you to ssve big money in this line. Mou's Tow. Linen Suits, would bo cheap at 12.50, our price fl.09. Gentlemen, we call your special attention to" our line of Furnishing Goods. Please note these prices and come in and see the goods : Good heavy work Shirts, worth 35c, our price 20c. Better grade, worth 40o, our price 25c. One job in men's fine work Shirts, worth from 50c to 76c, our price 38c. This Shirt is a corker. For fine Dress Shirts in SilkFrontsFitiues, Pleated Bosoms and Fancy Shirts, wo can't be equaled by any house in the large cities.eiiber In price or style. Don't fail to ask to seeournew Iineof Neckties and Collars, when jou come in our store. Tailor-m- Stony-cree- Domesticsr One Hue, full yard-widUleiclnd Ciiitci), ines in this sale at 4 Jo. Belter gradfe, full wilt Gu'tih,-worl- h GJc, our pure 6c. Good yard-wi- de llrown Sheeting, would be cheap at 6c, out price .1c. Extra heavy yarri-wiJ- e Sheeting, worth Cc, our price fc e yard-wide, conn-denc- . . , v A big drive in Fancy Spring Trims go in ibis site at 3jo. Ouo good large size Huck Towel 6c each. One line Plaid Towels, sale price 3o each. A big drive in fine While Bed Spreads. 10 4 lied Spreads, would 1m cheap at 75c, our price .r5c. II 4 Extra large, worth f 1.35, our price OSc. We guarantee this Spread can not be duplicated Extra fine 124 Spread, would bo cheap at 81.75, our pi ice 81.35. Ask to ace our finer grades when in the 'tore. e Shoes. price 75c. Our many patent leather lip, worth SI. 35, our price i 1.00. The Princets Dongola, other bouses ask fl 75, our price 1 1.26. Other lines of Fine 8boes (1.50, J 1.98, $2.00, $2.25, $2.76 and 3,00, would bo chesp at 26 per cent, moro money. Men's solid Leather Shoes, worth $1.50,our price $1.25, One line, would be cheap at $1.75. our prico $1.39. Our $2.00 Old Kentucky Shoe is the talk of the town. Ask to tee our $2.25, $3.00 aud $3 60 Fine Shoes. well-dress- ed Ladits'Dongola Kid Shoes, worth fl.00.our Ouo lot of Embroideries, manufactured lengths o( 4 J yards each, worth 10c and 12 Jc per yard, our price Ce and 7c. How is this for you, mothers : Doys' good knee pants 15c per pair. Better grades from 25c up to 75c. Boys' extra fine Linen Suits go at 98c. A PRESENT FOR EVERYBODY. 30,-00- We have made arrangements with a large picture house in tho City to furnish us with pictures something that will be an ornament to any lady's parlor. We propose to give these pictures away, FKEE OF CHARGE. This is the way we are going to do it: You buy goods from us to tin? amount of $10.00, (and we guarantee to save you irom 10 to 20 per cent, on your bill,) and we will give you one of these elegant and 'beautiful pictures. We r buy anything you have to sell. Kemember the place: Hat-Gel- d, R. T. COLLINS, tells when you come and go, when your house burns down and vou build a new one; when Johnny haa the mumps and Mary has the measles, and how much Pete weighed when he arrived. Take the city paper II you are interested in Africa, but II you want local news Uke the local - HARTFORD. WISELY SAID: open-heart- h President McKinlsy "We Cannot Escape the Responsibilities of Victory." We have met the enemy Inferior goods and high prices in the r open field and have taken them captives. We are now prepared to meet the responsibilities of victory with To-da- Jar-nsgi- n paper." Post-Offic- Jar-nag- inl if WW if ngy Keep ; Your N Youth t as . The Best Materials to be Found I In the market and prices to suit the purchaser. We can give you' anything iu the way of Rough or Dressed Lumber, Doors, Windows, Sash, Finishing Material of Every Description, etc. We will sell you a house pattern and then a wagon lo haul it home. first-class " Best Buggies and Surreys on the market . The Delight of Youth and Comfort of Age. Prices the last thing to be considered. Our highest ambition Is to furnish you everything you need. We will Bell you anything mentioned above, and if that Is not enough, wo have 1,000 bushels oi earn for sale. Come to see us. ! e, If you are young you naturally appear so. If you are old, wrff appear sop Keep young Inwardly; we will look after the out- ', M u wardly. You need not worry longer about those little streaxs of gray; advance agents of sge. - Ayer's Hair Vigor i '1 NARROWS, KB.NTCJOKY. The Smith Premier Typewriter ..(1 Ox... J Economical Writing Machine. CoruhvdtJ on scUntlfls prtoctpltt of tlmplt putt, It U lit most dmtil nuchlnt nuJt, HtptlrHtlitrtttJKtJto thtmtnlmmn. It It thiBtHYtUn Writer, Atk for Ait CiULyiM, ai ' rtu Smith Premier Typewriter Company, w 421 Waluut will sursly restore color to gray hair: and It will alto give your nalr all the wealth and gfoss of early life. Do not allow tne falling of your hair to threaten you Hngcrwlth baldness. Do not be annoyed with dandruff. We will send you our book on the Hair and Scalp, free upon request. MVa (Aa Jtosor. It you do not obtftlu sll ihs bss.. ( .butou sspet.4'frpm ih .bwi ii. tb. TlKor, writ. is. 4otof SIB..H rtobtblf llios wiu four Bar! irtitM bur Vm tsillr rfmoftd Ht. , Cmolnnatl, O. 215 5th St. Loulsvillo, Ky u tm l WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL recpttf-mende- d 50-ce- n. m sa) s 1 " I commend It to all m I ho one (rest stand. sru auiuoruy. It CXttll In thO eSM With Wklnh lh nn An.l. t hn word sousM t In socurocy of definition 1 in etrunu DICTIONARY Iro mstbods of liidloatlwr pronuncislloli 1 In IcrK and comprahenstro statements ot rsU and la practical use. as a working dlotlootrr. Bpteimm poau, etc- - sent on applitoHon. , fc C MeSriaat Co PubH.V.11, SyrUtSeU, H,., U. S, A, 1 i' H Trpjrtmtf JUNE ATTRACTIONS At fair (Jo's, Readers of Cry oods in Ohio (Jocmty. & " Trust Not to Appearances. ft Ihat which seems hard to Bear may be a great blessing. Let us take a lesson from the rough weather of Spring. It Is doing good despite appearances. Cleanse the system thoroughly rout out all Impurities from the blood with that greatest specific, Specials. Ladies fast Blscklloso Men a heavy oocks. . , . . Yard-widBleach (no Hnie) Men' heavy Suspender 8ample line Lad leu Veat taped neck 36luch Towel 60c 1'arasol e 50 50 , Gc; 60 jOo fie 3f.0 Messrs. Coflce Taylor.of er Dam, and Roscoe Wblttlnghlll, of nesr Fordsville, returned Friday from their work In the State College. These excellent young men have taken ad vantage of the State's liberal offer to her energetic young men and women and have spent several months in the State Institutions ot learning. They report (rood work and are well pleased with the course of instruction given. They sre so well pleased that both desire to return for next year's work. near-Beav SMALLPOX AT THE MINES Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THE INTERESTING DAYSi, 1 And Beaver Dam Has Quaran tined Against Four Neighboring Vlllagos. Beaver Dam, Ky June 6 Near thla place there are four coal mines at which two or three thousand people reside. Taylor, Render, McIIenry and Williams mines are all within three miles of Beaver Dam. Several days ago a lew cases oi smallpox broke out at Taylor mines, to which bnt little attention was paid, and which caused no excitement. But during the last few days this malady has spread, and at all the mines there must be forty cases. Thus far It Is mainly confined to tbe colored population, and Is very mild, no deaths having yet resulted. Last night the town authorities of Beaver Dam met and quarantined against all these mining towns, and now none of our people can go to the mines and vice versa. This Is very annoying, as almost every evening great crowds from these places can be seen on our streets, and many of the citizens of Beaver Dam have employment .in the offices, etc., at the mines. This is the greatest smallpox scare In Ohio county since the war. A great many are being vaccinated, bnt no steps have been taken in this di rection by the town author.tles. No tickets will be sold on the Illinois Central railroad for either place, and traffic will be almost suspended for a while. Effects of Tobacco. 1 regular 10c quality. , Hood's Sarsaparllta. Initead of ileeplea nlghti, with irritableneas and an undone, tired feeling, you will hare a tone and a bracing air that will enable you to enter Boy K pee Pants 25o Into ercry day' work with pleaiure. Youth long 1 anta. , , . .Goo Ramsmber, Hood' Intter dUappointi, Men black Luster Goat $1.00 operation Scrofula 4IOChe-"- ln fiice linen ouiti. 1.98 balprd my ton temporarily tor acrofala 3,50 bonebea on hit neck, but Hood's Saraapa-rlU- a Uaf Wonted Buit Extra grey Tricot HuiUlO. Othr want 110 ior ame. earned them to dliappear antlrtly." , , Child wain Suit .50o tlxa. Lama A. Ciarurru, 51 Wadawortb Street, llartford. Conns wool rant Vest line in Hartford. Bee u before buying. Catarrtl "I bar had no return of the MUrrb which troubled me tor ytara, alnc llood'a 8araaparllU cured mi." Maa. Joa Mum, Washington Bt, Ogdensburg, M. Y. DyapepiU " Nothing rellered ma of my djapepita until I took llood'a Earsapa-rlllLadle fine button or lace 8hoe 11.00 It cared me and I can eat three rood meala Men' fine Shoe, lace or congrec .1.00 erery em day, I glee It to mjr children , aprlng." Pato roiw.ii, 417 South Beit on earth 11.60 Men' fine Shoe. Penna Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 1,0 ?'0i?i. 11.00 ?f!. .? Child 8IIpper.. ....GOoto 1.00 ii alMTM Tan Slipper Ladle 76o Ladle Black clipper 60o 4 xei run ir llt.r ta Clothing atai !.;. Shoes. - One of the greatest events of the season will be tbe Ohio county Sun day School convention to be held at Beaver Dam, June 24 Every arrange ment for the Interest and success of the meeting will be made by the committee Prof. E. R. Ray and Col. W. F. Long, Interesting papers will be read on Sunday School work by the representatives of the several Sunday Schools of the county. Prof. E O. Fox, State Secretary, will be present. There Is no higher or more ennobling work than the work of the Snnday School and every friend of such work should not fall to be present and to receive the benefit of the convention. Our showers of bargains this month will discount any that wo have formerly offered and the assortment in every departmeat is so complete that any taste cannot fail Wb suited. Below we quote a few prices of our greatest drives: la alwaja In TIlE young menehortena Ufa Jntloua aad matarUlly. undoubtedly Httt IWi fl HATS AND CAPS. , AT . eiceatlre um ot tobacco, eepecWly NOTIONS. We sell you a good pair ladles' hose for 5c, or six for 25c; better erade 10c, or tbtee for 25c. One lot ladles' black nose 15c per pair, or two lor 25c,wortu Ladles' ribbed vests sc 20c per pair to 25c. Ladles' and gentlemen's belts 25c to 35c,wortn 35c and 60c. A nice line puff bosom shirts in all sizes go st 50c, actual value 75c. Gentlemen's nice balbtlgan undershitts only 20c, regular 35c goods ; better grade 25c, wortn 50c. Men's drilling drawers soc, or two pair for 35c, reeular 25c quality. One lot men's bleached drill ing drawers go at socn pair. wortn 75c. a. t !'" ,,, Wa Shirts. Hie line sample Shirts at 60a on the dollar. 11.00 fine thirta. , 76c fine tihirt 60o fine Shirt , Fin Rilk boMin Shirts Beautiful Pud bosom 8hirts Men work Shirt. Mid-Summer ly fUnt U U.. with l. Mo4't ItfMptllUl. Mrs. Olivia Cecil, ol Whltesvllle, la ............ , Millinery. good $1.00 friends In Leltchficld. 60c Miss Hattle Hockex came down ,25c; 35o and 60 Sunday to spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. h. Rowe. visiting relatives at Cecilia this week. 60o Misses Fannie and Isabelle Cox re toO turned Monday from a week's visit to 25c Latest in Bailor Beautiful trimmed bat 01 I'retty Flower, Chlflbn, Ribbon, Lace. These oni rcgaruiess lormer price Messrs. T. J. Morton and Fon Rog ers sttended the County Teachers' h Yard wide PercaU.. 7c Sea Island Percala..9c IWtillfiil M PercaU. .12Jc very latest for waist. 88.inch Madraa Cloth. .12jc Sheer Association at Beaver Dam Saturday. urKinui..uct id, ivc unite ana ngurea nque..iuc oils Ulpg-ham-.. Mr. and Mrs. Jamea h. Rowe, who 33a India Linen.. Je. Solid Orcandie..10c. Fanev Omn. been visiting die. .80 and 10c We ihow more ol these good than other combine. Vint hadLeltchficld, friends and relatives returned home Sunday. at 111 or enu ior samples. Good buyer investigate before buying, and that mean that we tell them. Why? because we buy right. We have no burdensome expenses. We carry tho biggett atock. We have the loweit price. r -- Wash Goods. The Preston Morton Post, G. A. R bad an Interesting meeting at the 35c to $2.60 court house Saturday afternoon. $1.00 up We have just received another fine we are doting lot of Crepons in black for skirts and dresses. Carson & Co. Foster Gross, who is In jail here charged with' killing Frank Darks, near Magan, last winter, got tired of the manotony of prison life and pro ceeded to raise sheol Sunday afters noon. He began by thumping an Iron bedstead against the floor and raised a din that sounded something like an approaching tornado. The County Judge was sent for and he told Gross that If he did not subside he would have him handcufled and chained to tbe wall of his cell, to which Gross replied: "You are a g d liar li you don't do It." Gross proceeded with bis racket, and the ver acity of the Judge wss upheld. When Gross found his hands chained to the wall above bis head he proceeded to use his pedal extremities with telling s. Ur. Ed. O. Ebaen, compoeltor on tbe Wih, Martinet, Cal, wrlteai "I bare Med Dr. Miles' IteatontlTe NetTlne and receded much benefit from It. I was troubled a pell and aleepleu-ne- e, with nef Touineu, caueed by the um or tobacco and aUra-ulanI took Dr. Miles' Nerrlnevlth good reanlts, allaying tbe dltxlnees, quieting tbe nerrea, and enabling me to aleep and reet, prorlng In my cat a very beneficial remedy.' Dr. Miles' Beatorattre Nerrlna ta especially adapted to reatorlag tbe nerrooa ayatem td Its normal condition nnder ancb circumstances. It aootbea. beats sod strengthens. Dr. Miles' Remedies areeold by all druggists under a poaltlre guarantee, first bottle benefits or money re- BRacVaeAsl funded. Bookondls-ease- s of tbe heart and nerresfree. Address, DR. MILES MEDICAL CO- - Elkhart, Ind. Contra-Oos- U dpj There is no better line carried in Ohio county than we carry. We will sell you a. boy's nice straw hat for 10c, worth 20c ; better grades from 25c to Soc. Men's nice straw hats lor 25c, regular 35c goods. Men's and boys' 11 you wool and lur uata at 35c to ft need anything in this line call and sec us. We are sure to please you. Twelve pair boys' knee pants, sizes 6 to 15 years, regular 35c pants, go at 25c per pair. Boys' aultsKkncc pants) boys' 65c, worth 9cc. Twenty-fousuits (knee pants) $149, would be a bargain at $1.75 We caa.show you a line at 56 that are great values. Ia men's clothing we will sell you a nice snlt ior ft 75 that would be a bars ala at $3 50. We also have a beantifal Iiae rnnnlng from $6 to $10. Come to sec us when you need a suit and yon are sure to cany one home with yon. r CLOTHING. NfvlM SHOES AND BLIPPEKS. Ladles' black alloDera eoc. actual valne 75c. Ladles' black or tan slips pers, regular $1 goods, go at 75c. One lot of children's slippers, sizes Vs to 6's, regular 75c quality, go at 59c One lot, sizes 5'fl to 8's In blsck or tan, lormer price ft, will close out at 79c. One lot 8's to la's in black or tan. cheap at ft. 25, go at ft per pair. Oce lot, sizes 13's to a's, Dig bargains at 1 50, go now at $1.29. We carry a line of men's and boys' fine shoes in black or tan for i to $3 50 per pair. Give us a trial in this line and we are sure to sell you. Jn men's heavy, goods we will give you a good solid shoe for $1, 'actual value $1,25. We also have a few pair ot men's heavy f 1,65 quality, to go at $1 40. Yesterday's Cwiventign. Mrs. H, D. McIIenry and daughter, Mrs. Horace Rolpb, left last Saturday to visit Mrs. Dr. J. Hale at Owens boro. -- . v We wantyour Eggs, your Chickens.your Feathers, Wool and Ginseng-. his reeular appointment at the Bap- Mist church next Sunday, Everybody invited. Mr. Joe Carson returned from Pr cuwhere he erected a handsome residence for Mr. James Richmond. Rev. J. W. Vallandlngham will fill HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FISHION tis Tuesday, Fair & Co., Prop'ps. Mr. II. D. Hunt, of Beaver Dam, was among our many callers yester day. FRIDAY, JUNE 9. Mr. Geo. M. Maddox, of Rockport, was a caller at Tub Republican office Field's 'bus meets alt trains at yesterday. Beaver Dam. There is a strong probability of Everything new in Straw Hats at Hartford being connected with Mc Go's. Carson & Henry In a short time. John T. Rone, Centertown, was In Will sell you a set ol Chairs at town Monday. $1.50, cane seat Chair fj.oo per set. Mr. Heber Matthews was In LouisCasson & Co. ville last week. Sheriff Stevens Is repainting his Mr. R. P. Nesl and family, are at residence on Mstkct St. He Is makweek. Ptentis this ing It one of the prettiest places In Esq. W. M. Awtry, Horse Branch, town, was in town Monday. Capt. S. K. Cox.oce of the few free . Mr. Larkln Griffin Is repairing and silver bankers In Kentucky, attended the Bryan banquet at Louisville last palntlag bis residence. week. Linen Suit for men $2.00, Linen The new Methodist church at Salem at Carson & Co's. Psnts soc was dedicated last Sunday. Rev. G. Farming Implements of all kinds, J. Bean conducted the services which for sale by Henry Field & Son. were largely attended. Lieutenant Oscar Bishop Is chid Three, pest houses have been built clerk on the steamer Scioto. between McIIenry and Taylor Mines Z. H. Shults, and the smallpox patients are being Narrows, was here Wednesday. removed to them as taitas possible. Don't forget to bring In your Wool, The people need fear no great alarm Feathers and Hams. Caxsoh & Co. over the smallpox scare. Not only no Goto Westerfield & Miller's for deaths have reaulted from It, bat no frest meat, lard, bacon and chickens. really serious cases have appeared. The fishing party that spent last We sell Bedstesds at $1.50 and Oak week on Green river returnel SaturCarson & Co. Dressers $7.00. day. They reported a great time. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix are visit- Not much fish, but a great deal of ing relatives at Olatton this week. fun. Mr. Earnest Woodward, of near Field & Son have secured an extra McIIenry.called to see ns yesterday. stable and now have ample nxun to Mr. James Nance, of Tub Rupubu-ca- n accommodate all their customers. this week. The politest attention and the best ol force.! on the sick-Hfeed lor your horses. Everybody should attend the SenaMiss Witlo Virginia Smith, of torial convention at Beaver Dam toDyersburg, Vs., la visiting Col. W. morrow, Fred Long and wife at Beaver Dam. Messrs. Wade Baize, J. II, Stewart She Is one of Virginia's most attract and Sam Jones, Select, were In town tive and accomplished young ladies, Monday, Tbe County Teachers' Association Col. and Mrs. C. M. Barnett visited met pursuant to call at Beaver Dam, friends and relatives at Beda the first Saturday, June 3d, at, 1 p. m. There of the week. were several teachers present and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Collins, of quite an Interesting session was held. Meinph!s,Tenu., are visiting relatives Mr. T. T. Wilhoyt has moved his and friends In town. family from Oweasboro to Hartford, Esqr. Ed. Massle and Mr. J.- L. for permanent residence. Mr, WIN Bells Run, attended the hoyt la a hustling business man .and Elmore ol his coming to Hartford meets with convention here yesterday. the hearty approval and best wlshea County Clerk M. S. Ragland, who of our people. tbe sick list about ten has been on Reed Has Resigned. days, Is not. able to be out yet Mr. GMge Ingram and little son, Portland, Me , Jam 6 Tj ArgtM of Render, were pleasant callera at the this morning says Speaker Reed's Republican office Tuesday morning. resignation baa bc ssat to Gov, Tbe Democratic County Conven- Powers sad It will be Bfsat4 at the tion, to select delerate to the State next msetlag of the Caveator Convention, will be held here June 17, 'council. t-- Mr. A. S. Bennett, who has been Hartford Republican. attending the Bryant & Stratton Business College, Louisville, for the past four months, returned to Hartford Tuesday. Mr. McLean Taylor, of Morgan-towKy., was In town a few days this week tn legal business. Mr. Taylor Is a hustling attorney and ia building up a nlctt practice at the bar here n, It" State. Fifth, That in conformity to the J, L. Heflln, &c, filed notice and time honored custom of rotation petition for new road. counties of the 7th Sena G. D. Royal road suit dismissed at among tbe torial In the selection of the nominees coat of applicants. for State Senator and this being But road suit Marshall Dugglns turn the delegates herein commissioners ruled to amend report ler county's after named to reptesent Ohio county and cause continued. in the Senatorial convention which A. Liter road suit continued. will give a royal Prof. R. G. Cox Beaver Dam, June loth, A. C Taylor, public administrator, convenes at concert entertainment at Beaver Dam are Instructed to cast the 24 votes of qualified as administrator of Izabel to morrow evening at S p. m. Prof. thla county for the choice oi Butler Ezell, deceased. county for State Senator whoever be Cox's orchestra is made up of some of The will ot Isabel Ezell, deceased, the" best talent In the conn try and ia was offered for probate by Henry maybe. one of the best trained orchestras In Sixth, That R. C. Jarnagln be de Walls, brother of the decedent and the State. Thla entertainment prom- beneficiary clared the nomibee of this convention of the will.' Oscar Romises td be one of tbe rarest musical Representative In the Lower House of the decedent enter-- e fir ans, grand-so- n given In Ohio county. If treats ever of the next General Assembly of Ken objection to the probate of the will, you fall to hear this you will will tncky. and after a trial lasting more than a miss something, Seventh, That tbetollowlng persons Rusty, day, Judge Miller decided Mrs. Ezell cakj Smallpox Is prevalent In tbe raining was not capable at the time the in are hereby named as delegates to cast towns below Beayer Dam, there being atrument was drawn to make a will the vote qf this county In the Sena He buys In Urge quantities and in that way can get the very lowest price. which meets at 0 torial convention . thirty or forty cases at present The and refused to admit it to record, We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with you. Beaver Dm, June 10th, 1899: Miles disease seems to be confined chiefly to We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blind, Court adjourned Tuesday evening. B. Crowder, Pate Roby, Geo. Baker, m Flooring, Celling, Weatherboardlng, etc., the colored people. Tbe disease seems For relief and comtoit In Asthma Geo. M. Maddox, S. M. James, W. R. to be of the mildest form ever known is robbed of its terrors by In this climate and ao far no deaths Coussen's Honey of Tar haa no equal. Jones, Sam GalneB, C. M. Barnett, R. For tbe next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire houae m B. Martin, E, M. Kimmel, II. C have resulted. BcaverDamhaaquar. Price at and 50c. J. H.WUlltms, the tact tnat the best mea- - g pattern. Leach, Silas Stevens, N. Barrass, Gus tined sgslust the mining towns leal authorities state that it ES. NOTICE. Riley, M. S. Rsglsnd, Perry Render, and citizens here are urging the Dealer in all kinds of Building Rsterial, Cor 7th & Ingle, Evanavlltc, Ind. is a curable disease 1 and Benton, John P. Motton, Henry authorities to take similar action for At-- meeting of the Board of Trna-te- e T. II. Asm far Ilia BssS Palatal riaslsn. S.d Ur Catal.ra. one of the happy things of tbe town of Hartford, It was Davis, Fon Rogers, John A. King, tbe protection of Hertford. about it Is, that Its victims ordered that Drs. S. J, Wedding and John Rsgland, Len Elmore and S. T. Detective A. P. Humphrey and Alternates Simon Jones, E. W. Ford be appointed a local Stevens. rarely ever lose hope. Deputy Jailer J. M. Ashby, of Daviess Board of Health for this town, and Wm. Hamilton, James Howard, L W, You know there are all sorb of county, delivered a couple of tough refer the cltliens of our town to the Hunt, Alvis Bennett, Winson Smith, secret nosbumi advertiitd (0 cure looking characters to the authorities notice given by the County Board of A. W, Back, J, H. Wood, Truman Some nuke absurd consumption. here Saturday. They were Boyd Health In Woodward, Wm, Bryant, Wm. Flce this issue of the paper. claims. We only say that if taken We have just received a carload of and Plows, Harrows, Cultivators Drills of the best make to be had and are prepared to save you money on all kinds of machinery. Call and see us before buying. Agents for the King of harvesting machinery. Henry Field & Son, Every arrangement necessary for tbe greatest picnic of the season Is being made by tbe Masonic order of Hartford, for June 24. Their organ, izatton Is one of the best secret organization In the country and any under, taking attempted by the Masons is to be a success. d The Republicans ot Ohio county met pursuant to call in delegated con vention here yestereay. Only a little more than half of the precincts were represented. Chairman J. P. Morton called the convention to order and C. M. Barnett was elected permanent Chairman, Fon Rogers was elected A secretary. On motion the chairman eflect upon sensitive yard of .rope soon exercised a soothing appointed the following committees: effect upon his foot exercise, and he Committee on Resolutions Jno. II, then set up a series of vigorous yells, Thomas. D. W. Kimmel, N Barrass, less musical than energetic, that con. Jno, King and G. M. Maddox. Com tinned with slight intermissions un- mittee on Credentials, R. B. Martin, til 2 o'clock Monday morning, when Jno. Keown, J. L. Elmore, H. C he called the Jailer up and told him Leach and T. II. Benton. The comhe was ready to surrender. When in mittee on Credentials reported that jail here two years sgo Gross fell out fifteen of the twenty-sevevoting with the Taller and refused to wear a precincts of the county were represtitch of clothing for almost a week sented and that the credentials pre and until driven to it by freezing sented by the representatives of those weather. Gross Is said to be tbe precincts were regnlar. The report jnost troublesome prisoner ever con. was adopted. The precincts repre fined In the jail here. sented are as follows: Bast Hartford, West Hartford, Beda, Magan, Crom To tho Citizens of Ohio County well, North Rockport, Select, Roslue, At a meeting ol th Ohio County East and West Beaver Dam, Cen Board of Health in Hartlordjune 7th, tertown, East Fordsville, West Fords it was unanimously agreed that all of vllle, Bartletts, Ceralvo and Point our people unprotected from smallpox Pleasant. Yonr Committee on Resolutions should be vaccinated at once, and that travel or any means of convey- beg leave to report as follows: RssoLVSD.ist, That we approve the ance of the disease to or from McIIenry and Taylor Mines shonld be call for this convention and the call stopped; that while the disease at for the Senatorial convention to be these points has been very mild, yet held at Beaver Dam, Saturday, June It seems to be assuming a more grave loth, 1899, Second, That we endorse the wise form, and would advise the authorities of incorporated towns, to take and patriotic administration of Presl the legal steps needed to prevent the dent McKlnley snd reaffirm allegiance to the principles of the Republican spread of tbe disease. Tbe disease seems to eflect the col- party as set forth in the St. Louis ored race chiefly and we urge the ut- platform. Third, That we endorse the admin most caution upon their part that we may not be compelled to establish a titration of Gov. W. O. Bradley and the other State officers who have la general quarantine. Parties unable to pay for vaccina- bored with him for the advancement ot tion, will be furnished free by the the material Interests ol the State, Fourth, That we condemn In the town or connty as the case may be. severest terms the Democratic party Done by order ot the Board. In Kentucky for the enactment of the S. J. Wedding, Pres. infamous Goebel election law which E. W, Ford, Sec'y. was conceived for the purpose of dis (Herald, please copy.) franchising the honest voters of the county, Ky., Tuesday, May 23d, 1899, at the advanced age of 74 of old age and chronic ailments. Deceased was STAPLE DRY GOODS.' Good calicoes, worth 5c, still go at a daughter of James and Nancy (Pol4c; 4c calicoes at 3c Nlcejine apron lard) Turns: born in the neighborhood and dress ginghams, worth anywhere residence and where of her from 6c to 8c a yard, go at sc Bleach she died. She leaves but one brother, cotton 4c. Heavy domestic 4ic per Mr. J. Calvin Turns, formerly of this yard or 4c by the bolt. We also have a fine line of wash goods' In Lawns, county, bnt now of Rochester, Butler Piques, Linens, Percales, which go at county, who upon her death is the greatly reduced figures. sole survivor of a family of six chil dren. She was married to Matthias favors- Shnltz Neal on the 10th day of May, 1848, and who, at the advanced age ot some7 78, anrvlves her. Since 1850 a period of nearly half a century they have lived on the same place where she died and he now resides. To them two children were born, Joseph War ren Neal, who died In infancy, and Eugene Preston Neal, a lawyer living at Hartford, Ky. She was buried at BMMBTsteSsMBMSJtejaslBBBBBBBBa the Turns burying ground, Wednesday, May 24th, 1899, in the presence of a large number of friends, relatives and neighbors, who attended her in woman who would wla Is absolutely necessary to the youncr her lsst illness and who knew and ap success in life. This being conceded.manIsor younz importance to get your of first It preciated her well known kindness, training at the school that stands In the very front rank. r. hospitality and worth. X. & life-lon- g thanking you for past trusting you will como and get these bargains, we are, yours truly, So nd ot j We want your Eggs, Feathers and Ginseng. A Bcisiness gdae&iion ghe Bryant 1 ;, County Court Notoo. X.OC18 VILLI:, KEXTVCUY. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist 1st SHORTHAND. his line. Graduates of this college preferred by June 3 Here I come "agin" all ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tesJ out o' sorts; I don't feel very well timonials lrom graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 besides what ails me, I've lost the roof United States it will be nulled to you FREE. off of my old hat. and the northwest end of my "breeches" needs weather boarding. There's too many "scraps" In tbe neighborhood to suit your "uncle." Well, I guess I had better tell what I am going to. The farmers are busy setting tobacco and fighting grasshoppers. Mr. Martin Mclntlre, oi Logan county, Is visiting friends and relatives In this community. The singing school which is being held at tbe Central Grove Baptist church, is progressing nicely under the management of Mr. Willie Igles heart. Mr. Igleneatt Is a wottby In 8tructorand we wish him much success. Miss Ellen Bishop ia visiting t lends at Kocieport. Mr. Leslie Miller savs It " 'pears to him like he's"sortcr" lost out with tbe girls of this community. We have a couple of young people In our vicinity, who, no doubt, are longing to see the month ol September roll around. Mr. Richard MJlter, of Owensboro, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Elvira Miller, last week. Quite a number oi young people of this community attended church st Walton's Creek last Sunday. Mr. V. A. Bishop has purcraud a mandolin. A certain young lady of our vicinity saj a the ptettlest fly which follows tbe lamp Is the "Miller." We wonder We come In baste,not somuch on U that isn't Les. P5qoI of a pressing engagement with V. A. Bishop and C. L. Loney kill you as from the fact that we had no ed 62 lizards, a black snake and a cow catcher on behind. Now that we corplon within one day and a half are here let us remind you of the fact L:ts hear from the one who can take that tbat down, with a sling shot. THE0.E.RECHTIN The social which was eiven at Mr. Has on hand at the preseuLtime, the Elijah Bishop's a lew night .ago was best assortment of lumbers that can be enjoyed by all who were present. While we think of found anywhere Guess I had better save some for 3&isa it, let us give you a few pointers on next week. Success to the Rrpubu Siraiton Business College, CENTRAL GROVE, KY. BOOK-KEEPIN- G, US SPRING IS NOW HERE IT LUST You will find us prepared with a full lin& of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Milliner Goods, Shoes, Slippers, &c., which wilL bt sold at prices that defy competition. Will give you prices next week. We wantyour Poultry, Geese, Turkeys, Wool and all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market price. Yours to please, . S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. 'MjIavtAfflTi'' ij bwife nt -- wwwvw THEO. E. RECHTIN. Consumption f THEO 3ELX30ET3:ir. CAPTURED! Labor and trouble. I Si 1 tht ad Thomason and Dave Belcher, both of Butler county, and were arrested near Sutherland, Daviess county, ior steal lug a lot ol clothing from a timber camp down near the Rough River locks In this county a few days before their arrest. The thieves were loaded to the guard with pistols, knux, etc,, when arrested. And alter doing tlattf for thirty days la jail here.glvea ter petit larceay, tbeat by Judge M will take the tralsL for Oweasboro to a4wer to a charge ol carrying deadly weapons. The boys are youajr aad claim this to be their first trouble with the criminal court. Jlr ner, John Willi, C, L. Woodward, S. T. Barnett. The resolutions were adopted by a unanimous vote of the convention. Hon. &. C. Jarnagln was then call-e- d "Like diamonds raindrops glisten," for and responded In a happy speech Drops of llood'a Sarssparllla are prec- which was warmly applauded by the ious Jewels for the blood which glisten convention. In their use, The convention adjourned, . i BAKHxiT.Ch'm'a. Fon Reaeits, Sec'y. . Respectfully, S. K. Cox, Chairman, Board of Trustees. (Herald, please copy.) e 11 . In time and the laws of health arc properly observed, "We Have Mot the Enemy and Thoy Are Ours" High Prices Hard We have come to tbe Fanner's Kescue with Prices rent In twain with the determination that he shall not endure hard labor If he wilt only buy ' our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows sad Caltlvators. Heltber shall he be troubled and worried with breaking aad toss of tfe. Farmers, before buying elsewhere, come and examine our large stock of Implements of every description. Plows, Cultlvstois, Hsrrows, Drills, v Wsgons, &c &c. EMULSION will heal the litfUmnulion of the throat and 'unl' "d nourish sad strengthen (hebody so that K cm SCOTT'S ii. j. WJfEssiajfWeseB CAHSON BIOS. as - l!?M. ... . 54 H Wa t"t a... fWarW - S auij. T Vlfli' K HrST t coa-caa- ltd Have Just received elegsnt as OBITUARY. Mrs. ssHavV IWy trSsreVV TWfarW VenPV fctiiaf W aUMaLaUtMk MiEtsasal w wavpssi IVarin fSWfwaafaeTiajiy kiji Wn Pricos Next to tho Last Thing Considered, aortmeat of Fresh Candies ickma .1 mot'de Xltattttk Ceo! Beat brand at lowest prices. died at her Springs chareti.Ofeto Nl Vtr us $i.oa, UeVussbM. SCOTTSi SOW KB, OmmUu, M.W Ywt. - Williams 34 & Williams, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. ' ro, mT.mm.-j- Ui i' m9MMMM hi LaBr aaSBK fc7HKaV?&vE fUlII iBBBBrBBBBBar "J BbTj . Bari MM BBbi bbbbW bbbbbi Tho Kind You Hnvo Alwrtys Bought, nnd which lias hcca In uso for over 30 years, linn homo tho slgnitturo of -- niwi JmS been made under his per- . -- f sonal supervision sliico Its In flu icy. Allow no ono to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Substitutes nro but Experiments that trlflo irlth.nnd endnuger tho health of Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment. "' y457r 'tOU4 Castorla is a substUuto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops ami Soothing: Syrups. It Is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Wormi nnd allays Fcvcrl.ihncss. It cures Dlarrluen and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE The &&&& toe KM You In Use For Over 'Boars tho Signatuxo of CASTORIA ALWAYS Always Bought 30 Years. A BOON TO MANKIND! DR ... h VI TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE A -'m'J o.i-i'- nri 00 "VI m :(, in hm2 RSnmhm OM sti 'SJLjsIQ. n im irfTii'mr CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES JAMES F. BALLARD, WHERE tubes, dy Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 60 cents. Sole Proprietor. ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS. HO. ! lal.hl.a4. rAKLOK CfcUlX, kjJWIihir, U. 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OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED Jf.y n it dealt wltb ue aak your nelcbbor about n write tha uutillBhernf thta nanarorllktronollLan Nellonal or Orrman Eicbaoireltank.Kew Yorki or any railroad or erpraee liauk,orOurnKxehaareNtitiik.cbicaKOt company la Cbicaru We eefe aeaaltel ef rr f lM,Ouo,ou, occupy entire one of the largreit bolnee block In ruxus, b BULL (metes Ublcatfo. am empFuy nearly t,00O poile lo oar own buildioir tt t.oo 4 peclalprgan,f HUM piano aafeet alto ererythlaur In muetcal laetnuneota at lowest wholeaale rlcra. Write for Tree hi Addreee, and in h ileal Inetramentcatalotrue (ian,EeaekjCe. are Ucremfklf relUkle. Mltert ft SEARS, ROEDUCK & CO. (Inc.), Fullftn.OejpltlneiiniJ WajminSti., CHICAGO, ILL 1...m.U dfpot, kfctt rr ... - yuttfl aiit W&MWMfcM .$ hi "" tTa k4, furant, SKJaf ElSaHBlHyaai it If oiuislflByBHBifnnBaL llmiicTupejvlpEqqKajBBip7l LOUISVILLE, IlKNDKltSON & ST. LOl'lS ItAILWAY COMPANY Uniou llrpnl, NrTcnlh A lltver. Tlrkel unier, 33J KoMrlli Aft. XIIX33 Z1T SX'X'SX, IUT.CS 1st, lOSO. Louisville to St. Louis & Wust. mmEm No. 41. Leave Louisville 7:45a tu 11 Otrensboro 11:40a m " Henderson 12:4511 tu " Bvansville 1:154 m Mt.Vernon, III Arrive St Louis 7!32p tu No. 45. 8:3Sp in 1 1:58pm 12:55a m 1:25a tu 7:20a m St. Louis to Louisillo No 44 Leave St Louis 7:56a ra " Mt.Vernon " Evansville 2:2op m 2:46pm " Henderson " Ocvensboro 3'44P m Arrive Louisville 7:459 m & East No. 46 8:55p m 2:45a 3:10a 4:00a 7:30a ui tu tu tn No. 41 Leave Louisville 7 45a m 11 Hawesville. . . . 10:43-- m " Owensboro. . . , j 1:40a m 11 Henderson. . , , 12:45pm Arrive Evansville . . . 1:15pm rvAireviiir. No 43 4!5P nt 8:o4p ra y:o5p ra io:rp ui lo4op ra No. 44 2!2op tu 2:46p u No. 45 8:35P m n:o8p m 12:589 m 12:551 m 1:251 m No 46 6 50a ra Leave Evansville 2:45a m m Henderson " 7:151 3:10a m " Owensboro 8:15a m 3M4P ru 4:00a m " Hawesville 4Mop m 9:13a ra 4:50a tu Arrive Louisville 12 35p m 7 45P m 7:30a m All lrln run lliroiiKli nulltl to Thraiiuli I'.rlnr far nml I'ntluna KlriT on Mil Irnlu. la Kiiiiflllf nml HI. I.imiIn. Mmitbrro 41 an uil 43 roiturct nl Irvlniclnu lor FortlnvllleA llHrilliiolinrKilnllx. .... .... .... .... .... Nu. 42 i:vnlll. forces swept northward toward the capital, and the King fled by night atong the road to the Chtnese4border, FRIDAY, JUNE 9 Korea came face to lace wltha hard, uncompromising fact. She must Boy9. either find some new means lor hold" To ing the invaders in check, or she Green-applmust go to the wall. The stimulus time is now at hand, was sufficient, and In the person of And like the little bees Admlrlal Yi Sttnstn Korea lound the A hundred little kids commence solution ol the problem. The JapaTo swarm aronnd the trees. nese had penetrated the country as They chew the little apples up, and were there far as P'yeng-tyang- , The little worms nnd all, awaiting an army of reinforcement Then in just a little while from Japan, consisting ol 100,000 They all begin to squall. men, before advancing to the conThen they make a break (or home quest ol China, Admiral YI percelv With little faces sad. ed that it was only by destoylng this Rubbing with their little hand auxiliary force that the Japanese The place that hurts bo bad. could be checked, and he realized, moreover, that, should it once set I want to tell you boys a tale foot on Korean soil, all hope was 01 what green apples do gone. This grim necessity result To every kid, (at or lrail, ed in the invention of the kwi-snWho eats as I use to. or "toitoise-boat,- " so called bePltst, an apple's lull of worms, cause of its resemblance to that AnAnd also lull ot pafn, imal. In the illustration which has The worm is lull of little squirms been preserved to us in the biography Which make a boy Insane. of Admiral Yl, we see that the boat Many, many times I've seen, was covered with a curved deck of A little, reckless tot, iron plates, and was provided with a Full of littte apples green, ram. These two things formed its All tied up in a knot. defensive and offensive equipment. With this boat, whose speed was ex Many times alone my way. ceptionally great, Admiral Yi boldly In day time and in dark, attacked the Japauese fleet of 500 I've heard the loving mother say: ramming tbem right and boats, "Now take the paragar'c!" left as be passed on he left the strugLittle bovs should never go gling Japanese In the water, to be deAronnd an apple tree. spatched by his followers in the or. Little apples, don't you know, dinar? boats oi the Korean fleet. Are poison hs can be? The enemies deemed the tortoise boat to be a work of snperhuman origin, Once a little fellow went and their "bones melted" within And lots oi apples ate, them. Harper's Magazine. Now the little fellow's bent And never will be straight. A Narrow Escapo. The apple's lull ol little worms. And also lull of pain, Thankful words written by Mrs. The worm is lull of little squirms Ada B. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was Which make a boy insane. taken with, a bad cold which settled Rogers Gore. on my lungs; cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four Dlood Deep. Uraalr C1cn blood meant a cltau akin. No Doctors gave me up, saying I could wauty uithout it. Cucareti. Candy Catbar. live but a short time. I gave myself ie clean our blood and keep it dun, b up to Savior, determinated if I conld tirring up tht laiy liver and driving all from the body, llegio towlay to not stay with my friends on earth, I Mil 11I1 pimple., boils, blotches, blaekheada, ind that aickly bilioua complexion by taking would meet my absent ones above. Taicaret, beauty for ten centi. All ilrug-ut- My husband was advised to get Dr. aatufaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, Joe. Kiag's New Discovery for ConsumpSkotch of a Man. tion, Coughs and Colds. I gave It a trial, took In all eight bottles. It has A sample ol what an old maid can cured me, and thank God, I am saved lo with a pen we submit the follow, and now a well and healthy woman log; "Man is a two legged animal Trial bottle free at I. H. William' that chews tobacco and walks on the Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and forked end. Most men are born; we t.oo. Guaranteed or price refunded . m never heard ol but one that wasn't We invite attention to ourspleudid for a ind be was made ol mud, ample. Man's lite is full ot disap- clubbing rate by which we can send you your home paper and the very growls and corn-co- b pointment, city paper, both for a little more pipes. He goes forth like a lion in beit leaves the wood for than the price of one, but In nj case the morning and his wife to chop, and in the evening can we give our pitrons the benefit of he sneaks home with his pants rip our clubbing list unless cash is paid ped, and raises Cain about hard times, In advance. lie has a la grippe on road working Spain's GroatostNood. lay, walks twenty miles to a circus. Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, He will chase a jack rabbit four miles through the snow, and then borrow a Spain, spends bis winters at Aiken S C. Weak nerves had caused severe e horse to ride half a mile to the ptlnslnthe back of bis head. On using Electric Bitters, America's The lint rrexrlpllau far mill greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tast-Ics- s He says this Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure; all pain soon telt him then why experiment with Torthless grand medicine is whit his country imitations? Price, 50c. needs. All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble, puriTo Card Cun.tlpatloa Voravar. TakeCuesrtta Candr Cutbartlc. tOoorttc fies the blood, tones up the stouiich, If C C. C. (all to cure, drucilnu refund mosey. strengthens the nerves, puts vim vigor and new lite into every muscle, Usefulness is man's great duty. W. Chappell nerve and organ of the body. II weak, tiled or ailing you need It. A sallow, jaundiced skin is a symp only 50 torn ot disordered liver, aa it springs Every bottle guaranteed, from biliary poisons retained in the cents. Sold by J. II. Williams, Drug blood, which destroy energy, cheergist. m fulness, strength, vigor, happiness tnd lite. Herblne will restore the Promaturo. natural functions oi the liver. Price m. 50 cts. J. H. Williams. Communication had been establish ed at last with Mars. The man at the Ho Was Usod to It. interplanetary telephone called out: "Hello!" "So Bangs has gone to jail lor for"Hello!" came the answer back, gery! Who would have thought itl" "Am 1 speaking to Mars?" is very sad. Four years solitary "It "To whom?" confinement. It will kill him." "Mars." "Oh, nol be won't mind that part "Try again. I don't understand it it all. He is quite used to solitary you. Stand a little lo.itb.er away from confinement." "Indeed! Has he ever been in jail the 'phone, please." "I aay hear me any better now?" oefore?" "Yes." "No; but he has been clerking for "What? ' six years in an establishment that, "Mars fourth planet in order of never adveitised " distance from the sun Mercury, Vens sus, Baith this is the Earth Mars. That's you, you know." "No, sir. You are away off. You For Infants and Children. haven't got the names of any them Tho Kind You Have Always Bought right. This ts the fourth planet irom the snn, but its Is not Mars. It is " Btora tho (Out the world is not ripe for this Signature knowledge yet ) -- Chicago Tribune Groon-Applo-Eatlng e n, Hartford Republican. SEASONABLE TOPICS. Timely Hints for tho Woman Who Would PreBorvo Hor Boauty. , jut post-offic- "Ex. It is an utter Impossibility for any woman to be beautiful who will not take the time to care for her bedy pro perly, suppress all emotions that de- j crease vitality nnd see to it that her blood is In a pure condition, says a writer in New York "Toilettes." Especially on the latter everything depends. There are so many foes thai continually attack the aspirant for good looks that it is necessary to be continually on the alett to conibit them. Hereditary Influence accord ing to medical authority, play an Important part In this list of ene. lilies. Complaints of the stomach, disorders of the nervous system, disorders of the nervous 8 stem, disorAxe prepared from Naders of the liver will derange even the ture's mild laxatives, and healthiest system and play havoc nith while gentle arc reliable personal appearances, and It is a aiid efficient. They well known and undisputed fact that most of the blemishes and disease of the skin arise from the unhealthy acCure Sick Headache, Biltion of liver, kidneys, etc Through iousness, Sour Stomach, the pores otthe skin many matters and Constipation. pass that are abstracted from the Sold everywhere, 35c. per box. blood and thereby frequently Inflicts I'rciareJbyC t IIooJ4Co.,Lowell,Mii, injury on Its own structure. Nobody's blood can be perfectly pure if a diapo silion to constipation exists Indigestion and dyspepsia are all followers of constipation and that, ol course, is the ruin of a clear complexion, bright eyes, etc. In the Spring of every year blood it sluggish and the liver torpid, show ing that the system is In need nl a general houseclcaning. It is quite an undeniable fact that in Winter we partake ol the richest foods, pies, pastries, etc This is all rightenough for cold weather because then we need a good fuel to keep us warm and protect the nerve centers, but fjr Spring AB.JBkm TfTiPFijpBTfl Ml'l SiiiT rn3v'7 a new course is advisable. Stewed rr Iresh fruit, eggs, broiled or boiled fish should be substituted for the heavy dlnbei, with the addition ol plenty of lettuce, watercress, etc Hot biscuits, cakes, oatmeal imck wheat, etc .should be dispensed with, it not altogether, then at least for a considerable time. Chops, steaks, lamb, beef, chickens should be put in the place of pork, ham, corned beef, beans and salted fish. I3JU8TA8C000 FOR ADULTS. Dindelion greens should be eaten WARRANTED. PRICE 60 cts. OitiTii,iix.,N'oT ic,isi heartily because they are excellent far Mtdklsa Co , HL LouU, Ho. rull V tubl ClenUAlneat botilM ot the general health and complexion. flltOMCH TASTKLKKS Iul rear, LlllU.T0M0.rU bax irnjMaJrM4T IhllTtar. In all oar vs. Caudles and all rich cakes are strictly boD.hlthrta U jean, lo U drw buMnea., bare rinc ot forbidden. It is said that buttermilk naver aold an Twol. louralnilr. i.iiHil.Ti.uta vaiTarvaiaaua. lacUou aa juur Ansir, Carta & Co. taken with regularity three times a Firal'-bt'1- . H.Williams day is very beneficial, and as a wash for the skin it has no tqual. Regular -.exeicise in the open air is also neces . nary, but care must be taken that the y wtitn matter is not overdone. Sponge you tan iloir I s baths should be t iken daily in Spring iii nlte Kitin j JAt tt nuri ilrui Ur Yf a,ur J and it is well to add a lit Je seasalt in r II glMr lit I j -- A BMVI rni. MIC W CO., the water, as it invigorates and re v hrrrv ft IM1II1 freshes the system, which is more .TA? easily fatlgtud at this season of the SEND US ONE DOLLAR AkB KM HUKBVUIR li ilUn ear than at any oilier. Mild aperi coo hiroit.tr rrlh t COD, fubjtct 14UI.it.o.inftUom. to aUAIHU IK (Si frtlglit lents ate also beneficial to the skin. rput b4 !( found ptrfirt-- j Fur a sallow and dull looking comMiUfMriorr ot phosphate of .v4 lk plexion a Ma soda dissolved in a glass of vicby mil you ter mw water and taken three tims a day will or hnl raluHT oe found very good. A very old fash KUTMI rami. MILK. loned reciepe for a Spring medicine is B v a Dinu. SI3.00 0 Vaal sulphur, cream of tartar and molasses, U4 the II M . w wnrrrroRnnnninrnce wither STOVK CATALOOU ft Is the meane.-- t - thinir to Mvallow. . . uat or . aer ; ivi ndrpjlt.t chAnr. hut tverjbody, especially grandmoth- - ' itHXiiill lopUMavtSf tin slot U UAKo.l.OTtnlt ii.bto from bt ilj Iron, iir avjr llolBaft an4 gratM, Urnflue, fccuvrr cont ers will preach eloquent sermons on UrvTnblf bmtjt tlillnd oec dour, bsuidNm oriatuniHiUtkMM i UlnuDliitfs. itr ol this mixture, which Iftry drfp, rfatiiln Ma4tA jsiIaI.. Ii4 r nlr. bs.od the efficacy , ntl l fcn lHot Urv ornaioDtd txt form.., flu Anvitrft woo4rrt,inklr.jr H wr any druggist will prepare in proper Itttwtiitrwr. nitlMllA ISUHi tl Alillim With rail tvry tovaftr.4 ratrnt cmfedtiiTtry to yourttt 00 proportion as to ingredients A woaU r..arjr you roadt tatlon. Yoar local li lor should be taken befoie racbnek A itort". th (rtlfrttt UM only aboutAdlr for hwitiUsx tm H BEARS, ROEBUCK AaCOatUOCHiaOO. HI breakfast every alternate three days (ftttf, BMbMk A art UMMkU is, take the medicine three days that and stop three days, and so on. J I care never a pelt him with bud r rel'glon cooper whft hla tuy be ; if his babe ditiol liti lo n and liu tietUrMm I swal her hat every time she has to ak h m bill, he's n lrud of for A the first water, even thouvh he t night and morn till he's hlick tn the face and howls hallclnjih till he shakes the eternal hills. But if his children rush to the front gate to greet him, and love s own Miushine illumines the face of his lle vV'lvu his loot ball, )ou can take it lor granted that he's true gold, for his home s heaven. I can forgive much in th t fellow nioital who would rat'l er mikeinenswenr than women weep; ului would rather Incur the hate ol world than the contempt ol his wlte. trPljt-tlonn- (g; os Ol 3P. Rotoy, AT ATTORNEY -U ill ja PpofessiQnal Cards, ' W, J. E. five-doll- ty practice his protewion in all tho courts of Ohio aud adjoiniug couuties ud Court of Appeals. Special attention given tu collections. Ollico mxtdoorto Post Office. roniall.l.i:,'UKJTllt'Hl. - LA Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky., Will practica hjn profession in Ohio and adjoining couuties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Ofilco with County Attorney. Davidson, j ruwiN uowit. I' L 1'KLIX Rowe t& Felix, fv Attorney at XGlv. HARTFOUD, KY. 33. 3P. "SJHjSJJLm, itiii practico nis proicssioo man iiARTimmt Will practice In the Courts of Ohio the Uourj of Kentucky. Bpccial u collections, jetllo- and Court if Appeals. Prompt tention civeu ltention l'lven tn all hiialneas en , "enl oi tleccdeiils eslales, roatl cases Ollico up Inured to our care. Ollicc In Herald ami criminal practice. building. ttirc next door to Orillln'adrug store &HELBY TAYLOll, Bouse ih Liver HARTFORD, KY. HARTFORD, KY Will practice his profession in all the given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac courts ot Ohio aud adjoining counties making and Court of Appeals. Special atten alto Notary Public lor Ohio County. linn given to all assignments in bank- Ollico North side ol publlcsquare. ruptcy. Aliorney at llx.w, Attorney ' at law It E. LEESIMMERMAN, JNO. B." WILSON, GRDVEE. KY. Will practice his profession in all the Wilt practice his ptolession in all the Courts of c urts of Ohio and adjoining counties CollectionsOhio and adjoining counties carelully and promptly attnd Coutt ot Appeals. Special atten-- i tended to. Office with T. J. Smith tu given to collections. & Co., Market Street. attorney at Law Attorney at Law Hartford, Ky. HARTl'ORD, R. R. WEDDING M. L. HEAVttIN, J.RTWeddTng, attention given to all business entrust-this care. Office in Rkpumjca' buildinc (NOTARY PUBLIC:) Hartford, Ky. k Will practice his profession In the HARTl'ORD,. - KHNIUCKY. Vill practice his profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjolninr thecouttsol Ohio and adjoining couo-tti- -s counties. Also Notary Public. and the Couit of Appeals. Trompt Office, in Commercial Hotel. o ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Attorney at Law, TASTELESS CHILL TDNIC COO HARTFORD, KY. entrusted to his care. Office in Court Will practice bis prolestlon in all the IIoiuc. courts of Ohio and adjoining countiee Careiul attention will be given to a Perry Wosterfleld, Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Ofilco over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public Bbavkr Dam, Ky. c. :m:. BjStJRisriEar'iv' Attorney at X,aw Uaiitfobd, Attorney at Law, Special attention given Ky.all business to Attorney at Law HJilYi?.:- ;- SEND-NIVai- -l O UAiiiiirtitiWf m.i M a.TaicV MONEY iUiAliiai.HT'T . casitUT aiaiuii atia ruii or. an i.r narniour Dcxclal Ofr Prle aignn a- -u ,n aaaJs aM th fralfnt-t- ll M lalla. inrw. 71 mu lar aakkava,aaa CIVS IT THKII MONTHS' TKIALla roar ul rttora four MMMWmUIMlMUKIM. hral ai- l- a, ina. .r a.i.f ImUh. a, ea.M,aaaalM Cal.l..... aiu.a. .MM. --U fatly .awia. U aw In, atoa It Ma.... art SIS. SO, fcrui. DROP DESK OAIItHCT SURDIOX Ml iatafal VaaSiUSf TC VlWfW lf any acuaia. navalM. II.HI MIMOaMTT, Mkm --Ml ie fMMfiy a. NMMMM. a kajk a, ao.ea, aa4 f a h --J, Piil$lS? ill.. m$ I vtruwatnta, en tr mst vantMM lanagaonata. arnat mm BaVUllLS 11V WHO IBS lOT. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS . mas ajmier M caMAf iatsOB M varlova nawi, a wars) M art V?ZZ'Z?Z with I riCl a.... -- DwftLaflWlV ji B1IRT tO0PI0IK. jBhteAjSL MA1IK IIV 11IK y NUPSIaMr. CORNS t T JEaCLBRaBI rtntlUiHklrBa I J a f T UnlBHHRHI "..., wm i. "VJ. I loVZN j3a-- f SAWED OAK SMXESW VAUin as rvuillO. maraia c1m0, i baaj drj tiiiutrm trail to Wluwtrauua taott uw. rd aa a ttr tu4 4m, ta 4tw PBf aaviac, rutr 9m wiw iuu wsru laoi aaa ovaai i plan artwttt, laWa4 II aacktea fraata. ratMil anal tfacoraiM eabtart nalb,ilBf8t alraal drawer im.u ratUamt oaa tra.faanbaartnvaa1lattatalalraadla. nrnUita KntTth Iron atanJ. swlf tbrtaJlnc fMUtlra f srmtln , lafaiXIrlf-VrjSifni taTHSalfasm .IM PODMB Wiaotr, aVIIaiSVaVIMW IllMTator wprrnadlooMbLa4iuaUaUpraaiir iota Iniprovfd ! haiMlaomaly earner, rlT)ila.raur MwiiarnirBarn dourat4 avi aatavatlrWtl ml JTtOlTT't. T II T ftflUT Tt !. OUARANTESO Ut ItthtMlraaaiaf, m imflb 44 atarMt aaWtwM aiwaUa MaVtU. lUtrtanl khnlaksi h4 tar rTM Initnictloii llool Ullt iNft ! aaddoalibar Main urtsr aladaf (aaj work Jaal sWwaayataama - with bii auniii IN tfllT KTU !,AKrUKi, IllJlf ll.Ua. JUftUUiJIAtUilAl. PAITJ' SOLID QUARTER ''rVtlT Or Mlfelll i v Mfflfflsptmu thi tu j urn aTHi? H ir far!. a.d fd, b4 f bii MaVAti&MT rall ! llT COSTS YOU NOTHING aiaj y m SJ,F3 aav r wi aa wn g trail araaatlaf 00.00. I" ' MtlM1 f liU Urn ff.M to fflO.V aaf ataaika im ur lft. 60. WI 10 iaaf Ifcl IMI la.tOirtlara !! if. MIT MUT. Iara lLnabork A Co. tbnroartitr ralUbla -- Mitwr I iifmsr Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. JaaaaaV !S.l"itfJ?iL".rrJi: rui ftsSVACME -- l dlr ll-- C nllUa.-HH- f.) That Throbbing Hoadacho Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Lite Pills. Thousands ol sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Headaches. Tbey make Nervous pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Etsy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by J, II. Williams, Druggist. 1 tT PIMPLES lid CANOY pliuplca on tier race, uut "71 jr wife. bo baa boon UUliir UASUAUKTS and tber bate all dlaappoared. I bad been troubled wltb constipation lor aomo time, but alter tak In? th tint Caacaret I bare bad no trouble with tbli ailment. Wa cannot apeak too bl(b r ofITCH I'aieareu Fntu WaiiTUAR, German town Are., Pblladelpbla, Pa. tradsmmk riea.ant. ralaublr, DioiaTtaio Brann on Man. CASTORIA Tho First Ironclad lC6a&zffl&&K A Frightful Dlundor The place to take the measure of a man is not the market place, or the amen comer, or the fotum, or the There be field, but bis own fireside lays aside the mask and you may learn whether he's imp or angel, kingorcur, hero or humbug. I care not what the world says of him whether it crown him with bays or Oood, Neror blekan Weaken ... ll.rlUf I ... CURE CONSTIPATION. Tart. Ill Htiar I MM.r. tal...., MMlr.aU ld ami aii.raiilerdUr alUlroi-Hkl,l. to V)lt l.'luUcco Habit orOtlJSe Tatta Oood ta.toc Do A housekeeper living in Pennsdalc, Pennsylvania,' had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. AaalapakrtaaaUlalaamairintlITLUIaaraaraartaa6a1Ua1aai)Uaawfaraal.ala.aaa Mona-r- oa aart la laMala4 for a7ma.aka7 HSi ka4 br aiall k, aaala t.rlFZ, klaVau aata.auinU.atSS a alula aarU. (rain ii.uiaal IU m a.a) tSrffliSu. Taaaua avar alaa a. aad af raaar raaaral aurakaniaia. a. afaau aU at uaar avana aal laut "um a- atViZ nm Tah . it. traaatI.aarwa. nmubnIM law a (IM .. raa Swaar, a. Bpraa. ar- -I f(? -- ii- ytw -- t VN. ' 'FtVTw HENRY FIELD & SON ARK KUNNINffA- - TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice Now OMNIBUS will meet all pas- senger trains at Beaver Dam. GUARANTEES NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES A COMFORTABLE RIDE They also keep a first class Liv.ory and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, comer Market and Union Streets, Hartfoid. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will The Koreans were the first to in? vent the iron clad wardship. In 159a, the hordes oi (lideyosbi landed on the, shores of southern Korea and swept uorthwaid through the peninsula, with the avowed purpose of crossing the Chinese border and ovetthrowlng the Ming Empire. The Korean could. offer no adequate resistance, lor. while Korea had I een at peace for several centuries and the science of war. had received comparatively little atten. tion, the Islands of Japan has been one great battle Geld, and the array of 160,000 men that landed, on Korean soil were all veterans. The Japanese were provided with fire arm', which had never been seen in Korea. therefore, the Japanese When, T Will often ciuse a horrible Burn, Kcad, Cut or Bruise, Ducklen s Arnica Salve, the best in the world, will kill the patii and promptly heal It Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Feloni, Corns, all Skin Eruplionr, Best Pile cure on earth. Only 5cts, a box Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. II. Williams, DrUKglxt. Th t VMir Liundrv tssent to the H0PK1NSYILLE STEAM UllNORY AND DYE See To UI WORKS, .?r Ji SitKi? ! J 4? fi "sWa-- . W IU Il- - which has thii if) ulnti.ni ol turning out the bent work in the country. Allufits machln.iv isol the most modem nix' none but stilled woik men, who thnrwulrv understand their buMiioH me t mplnjed. The plant 11 one of the largest In the country, extending the lull length UUK A TOLD IN ONK MAY All woik guatanteej of a tquaie Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab. and repairing frre lets. All druggists relund money If Give us a trial If you are not now a it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine customer. Leae your work with B Q on each tablet. has L. II m, ttiii&tJ&i U. KiV v4 jut KMtiaT ,( .aaal tmi f ,asla. kiaJtCT TO BI.ail.TIOI, ra. riiruTLT aiTurtrroar.Vin.Tti THI utmittnu, aattLta llttAIS lt IVU SAW, aa4 TU1T aartlLlTa,o U all.M SUSiltr aa, latftaKU .pal OUR SPECIAL PRI OLI S30.00, " allkla ISO BU.1 .1 SEND ONE DOLLAR &K-- 2 Cklnia, w. aaa. aaa " . faalkl. tor ailWt II al f aar ST fralfkl wu WM aat IraUbt.hareal.Uu ik.tl.oa not alia ord.r. we make tins top mawsssss 'JESSftSrSA .7, aak.r. pal la It 00 ku laa, Lataat Slrla.For I89S. .ar,ll..t Bld.Dar. Wkla, IliU cromth. D..I SaaaooaJ Waod. or lira w.ur fkal Hofir taa Illiuiratad, aa. arHaca, -- Lyman Williams, Agont, iiAiirriiiin, uv, COIIDwIlh (trouble ltMiiinllH. lUaurd many tltouiAntl cm In t.m lalltid Lon-I-. r U .vuiptoin. rmuv faya at d.TMUmoiUI. iimITM BATS irnUnitnt In. PI.I,I,CUII'I SOSS, buz K,AUuu,Ua. DROPSY lt Who Is mi r axrnt In niir timn.and wlll'atteml to ttieyhippmir nnd have same readv for yon in due lime Leave, your laundry at the post office woik when on perfection of as your shirt is laundered by ua, our laundry standsolonefor excellence of work turned out. Your linen isn't Injured here from chemicals or im Only skilled Assist proper handling. ants are emploved, and you can't beat it for beauty of color and perfection of polish. Richmond Steam laundry C.eva It Stands Alone laundry aarT.a'a 1'alaai, T.a, II auata, Uall lliik Oraua acrawad Kim .Ida aad back aurtataa. rUaiUt,Uaarao. r llaarllj Uati toll U.N UiirTwork. kodr black, U.trd.rk crMa Uad aqualla aoj - b..H. ar ttta l,aaiMM,.fi a.n Br..a rnaaa aav aiaia a. ,,Mlk " aartalaa, Mara f riCUl rlltl SS8.00 IS S3I a.k, aul rallUr. aa.( ,aafu. (SJIIf ?Ji.,;W!5.,'l?!l ,'k" alir.tlraa. kair !- -- Mill arraa,.-- l, t aaa IMJIMJ raiTB ruw raaa atauT vaitauaua. xnia iuu atm aawjuuSOaOO.Taar .lllnff OUK S3B.OII TOD OA.H BULL VOfl CON T OKIVA.Y. OIKS OBDKHONK build, a. (' AUdroeo, SEARS, ROEBUCK at CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. rf r.U..Ill lief, agent For 20 Ytan Hat Ui all Werm Rimti.ii!. V x xi. 17 awes . xsic r,.para br S JAMES F. BALLARD. S. Lntilai. Worms! VERMIFUGE! WHITE'S CREAM CtlaQiMlUr. '4 r 1 oiis a-o- I'LII GREOLE" HAIR RESTORER A have especial attention. If your Uarohant ioaan't handlf, sand it 0Q to Va and gat on bottla, or $0 OO and sot six bottlas, rai u auiy par u at or uauoda-Vwmwi VAN DMM Cfl.. VLEET-MAN&FKL1 Pttftci Hair Dnuina and Rittari ru Sell Pr.prli4.fs. MEMPHIS. TNN. I VJjGfc-- - . Jtr. al4JL. A. ArVi. -Aw -- t J ( a L.