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Globe-Democra- , OlTUL'totoliais Rates. The Habtfobb Republican. official The Republican Is tHe best Advertising: medium in this part of. thecountry. an ahrt Nitfqa. Satisfaction to all Customers Guaranteed. Fine Jb Werk Dw Fine Job Work a Specialty. nm or tee nm t m mm wmtimmmmi last year. Tbe treaty oi peace which Spain has signed putan end to that war, and now looking only to the future Spain desires that her relations with this republic may be as friendly aa they were In times past and from the days in which this country was struggling to gain; its independence. It ia my task to contribute to a renewal of these relations, to strengthen them and to draw them closer, and In the discharge ol It I hope to be aided by the kindness and Hon ol Your Excellency aud your Government. The President In response said; "You will find Mr. Minister, a cordial welcome In this country, not only from those whose friendship yon ac quitjd. during a former residence, but from alt of our people, who rejoice as I do at the renewal of the ancient bonds ol amity which, with a brief have united our nations for more than one hundred years. That these friendly relations may be confirmed and strengthened to advantage oi both people Is my earnest wish, and I can assure yon that every member of thla Government will ; heartily with yon to that desired end." Subscription $1 a year. No. 47. story of a comrade who served in Cuba. He waa ordertd to bring some wood Fully One for Ihe'campfire. He waa a slow-pacOf. FISH.BIRD AND MAKE YAfTNt ed X VOL. XI. SHORT STORY OF THE DAY. tlentty through the orchestral numbers, but held his bresth as Celeste,in Ileverly Drowning was hurrying sweeping white robes, with superb through the streets of New York in beauty of form and face stood before the early dusk ol a short December tbe footlights. day. A crowd arrested hit steps, and And now she ssng. The audience suddenly a voice was lifted above the listened spellbound, and thundered souada ol the street. Beverly pushed applause as she left the stsge with his way to the front and looked upon her arms full of flowers. In five mina delicate girl of 15, who sang with utes Beverly was at her dressing room unusual strength and sweetness one door. ' Celeste gave him both hands In of the better sooga of the day. At the close of the song he stepped to the greeting. .jj gM'nalde. "What is your ssmtr" "I will call in the morning," be he asked. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1899. Everything "Copy" ToHim. Snako To Be Real Proud Dig Newspaper Man's Hobby Cots Him Into Sorlous Troublo. "My dear," said the blonde to the brunette, "don't ever many a news-- . paper man, not even if you have to die an old maid." "What's the matter in particular with newspaper men ? ' asked the brunette. as a Log and Hundred Years Old. "Tbe most wonderful den of snakes anywhere, I guess," said Judge B. J. Wright, "liei off to the south of old Steuben, in a big atretch of deep, dark woods ia Potter county,Pennsylvanla, known aa the Black forest. It Is a blacksnake den. A year never goes by that one or two Immense black-snak- es are not; overpowered by snper lor numbers of lumbermen, or bark peelers over there, aa they are always prowling .about looking for unwary1 teamsters and unsuspecting persons afoot. I don't suppose there la an- An Excellent Combination. The pleoaant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Oritur or Fins, manufactured by the CAuroiutiA Kio Hrnvr Co., Illustrate e tha Talus of obtaining the liquid principles of plant known to be medicinally laxative and praamtlng tli-iIn the form mot lafroshlng to the taste and acceptable to the system. It Is tha on perfect strengthening laxa-tireleanslnr tho system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and (even gently yet promptly and enabling one to orcrcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from erery objectionable quality and substance, and Its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening nr irritating them, make it the Ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from aenna and other aromatlo plants, by a method known to the CauroHXi Fio Btxub Co. only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to arold imitations, please remember the full name of theCompany printed on the front of vttry package. laxa-tW- e, 'Celeste Devon," she replied. "Who taught you to alng? ' "My mother. She died three weeka ago," and her eyes filled with tears. "Tell me where youllve," be urged. "I most see you again." ''Quickly she gave bird a street and number, and Beverly, falling back with the retreating crowd, returned to bis hotel. That night lor the first time he wished he had a wile and home. The wonderful voice he bad heard that afternoon must be saved for the world, but what could he do with the girl? Then he thought ol the two old German itlends, ruuslcmad, both ol them. Herr Helfen played in the orchestra ol a downtown theater, and his wife was an ardent lover of music CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. in every form. He was sore they aaf jtjloicisco. oau X. T. would receive his protege. WXW TOUE, LOUISVIIXX. XT. For Mle by alt Drnfgltfi.-1'rl- ce In three days everything wss ar foe ptrtxxtlft ranged; Celeste was established In the German family, the best teachers in the city procured for her and a sufficient sum ol money for her wardrobe placed in the hands of the good wile. Then Beverly Browning departed lor his Chicago home. Sraols i chew, hawk as "nBI It vas atrange how short the road Throat's always Irrltal; caaieetatton grew between Chicago and New York, easily tlarlee. Thta eemit tale, blocaleji countenance, alltlering, mi and bow olten it seemed necessary for lest ere and ever aerrevt movent jnl Beverly to make the trip. I feel. a el audi and tpsclflo for lobacce threat evea llwa Three years passed, tbe little girl don't waul a cure. Take a NfMO-BAhad grown to a beautiful woman, and lisltl new and then. What a roIUI la the masters spoke in unqualified NO-TO-Bpulse of the voice they were training. Builds tin tha H.rvoue vt Then Beverly decided that two Ian. makes new. rich fclaod. years of study abroad were necessary futt the thins tor tha weak, nirvout before his ward could appear befoie nan to ussnowana men. usi our took; read tha aianrilout record ol the public. recovery. You run no risk, lor you His German friends agreed to accan buy undir your owa company her, and one day on the DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. kryrrdrurstuli aathorUod to sell deckoi a great ocean steamer he bade under abnoluui guarantoo them all goodby. to cure crery farm of tobacco mini Our written aoaruntM, fro aatsploof During the next year he plunged aud booklet called "Bon t nto the gaiety ot Chicago society ,but Tbbacro Spit and Smoke Your Llfa Away m.illf for tho asklnr. nothing satisfied bim. Sometimes be THR STKKMNa REUEnrOO., Chlcaio, ilootre.l.Oan., M.w York, 4 an.. thought be would follow his friends, Ullllnillllllillll CASCARETS VSXESft&S but wby should be go ? Celeste was well and happy,and bis coming might disturb her studies. No, he would have more control ol himself. Just then an Invitation came from an old college Jrlend, who had bought n ranch in Tezaa and who was superTko Leading Specialists olAnarlta vising the management ot it himself. Beverly accepted eagerly. 20 YEARS IN OHIO. Many a hard day's riding he did 250,000 Cured, with his friend ; often they camped WECURESTRICTURE beneath the open sky. Thousand! of joqnf tnd wMlt-ifiMany a night Beverly lay looking ' Hnuirotioub!4wilblhilIwio lni.ijjrl X uuoonKiouilr, 1'hrr lairhavtfttniftii- up at the stars and thinking of Co lor wniauon, tuatii, twmiof mum, leste what a bright spot the care of lharp enttiot rtlnint Umei.iltflitd. fL&rrsL difficult r la eammtxclnar. wunk her bad made in bU Hie. But Celeste oivajat. tnliiloni.MDtl&il thailoMbmi I or narvofli dcUlllr IhfT -- 1Y HTltlL'4 I was no longer a child. Sometime i i......-i- ; won ..ii.uowripniacnon I luuii. some one else would want to take care of her and he would5 lose her. Then, . I beneath the shining stars, he learned I itiu uTr Mluro, lS.otlD,iiotufftr that his heatt was no more his own. lor. bo tUtenUoa from tmlntu by oar I . I nnl(if.l. That anal nrara(taaraf But could she think oLhlm? He CtltJ. ill DfTTfJI ftT lttVlfMaUtaftVll4 iu bun ec miuuofa rtiurns. was to years her elder, probably an old man in her sight. But, ah, how N Taouiandi ot y.uaa and tulJiHesl tenderly, ht could teach her to love n.a aro havlor th.ir Miual vigor aod W vllalllr cautiauall tapii vj idii uia him. He would wait to patiently; unoonieloai U' mi., fh.r ar frraacDtlf she must never marry hlu from gratxfthaeauMCithM. HrinDlom. Ua.ral W.Aku.ii. Ilnn.tur.1 UlieharaM. Vail. -. itude, but for real love. .. - ? im. lot MaauoM. iX.rroiun.M, Then came a letter. The party ry. imuDinif. at iiu.i emaiiuir.a. Atlon. Hnnk.u lTtL with datk clreltf. abroad were to sail. A date lor Ce Wuli llfk. ll.mrml UenrMtlon. Latk teste's debut In New York was fixed. Ambllton, v.rleo(l.. HhrnDk.n 'art, .la. ULliKT and HTltiuf UltK Would he be there? inarboth. uia. Don't Mniult fatollr At the concert Beverly sat Imps. doctor!, l tb.r hat. no .ip.rl.UM In anoir tkn. l.cil giiniir-u- un t i.oniuiL Uuatk.ta eiifrluunt on to.. HpMlallitx,whobaro matl. a ur.itadr or IiWr.tofll.namlWom.n. OurUEty said aa he left her. Half an hour later, as Celeste's carriage drove off, Beverly.turningaway, was joined by an old friend. "Fine singer," he said. "Yes," replied Beverly. "Did' you see that 'chap' at the carriage?" continued tbe other. "That's Gerard; he'a hard bit, and II I should guess I should say the girl was too, but there's a guars dian somewhere; she never does any thing without asking him. Some old curmudgeon, I expect." At his hotel that night Beverly decided he could not see the girl next day. In the morning a letter to Celeste said business called him to Chicago. For two weeks Beverly Brownlug longht the hardest battle of his life, and conquered. Celeste should have her heart's desire; he would give it to ber freely. Then he went back. He fancied a little constraint In Ce- "Why, they're not human, that's all," answered the blonde. "Well, give ns the story ; I know yon've got one." "I should think I had, aud It'll get Into tbe courts yet, I'm perfectly aure. Yon know that pretty Julia Waters, who manled a' man named Smith a reporter or some other kind of writer on the Clarion? Well, It was a love match, and I did think they were going to be happy, aure. He got a good salary,and be certainly was a pleasant, clever iellow and I'm petfectly sure he would make love most charmingly. They got along swimmingly during their honeymoon, but as soon as the glamour wore off tbe man's Insanity began to show Itself. For he was in sane all newspaper people are Insane, I believe. Everything was 'copy.' The man couldn't help writing everything np for his paper. II Julia had an attack ol the blues, or came to grief in trying to make a cherry pie, or bought something at a bargain sale-w- hy, he'd write her up. He even got so that he'd write up their little quarrels and their making up. Of course, this made Julia furious, but he only laughed and seemed to think It was a good joke. "The climax came last night It waa his day off. .tisually he cornea In at some unearthly hour In the mora-- , ing, but last night he vtas getting ready to go to bed at a Christian hour. Julia lay down on the folding bed In their room, and the wretched thing just doubled up and abut her In. Of course she screamed, and for a minute he was as scared aa she was. But right in the middle oi helping her out he began to laugh, and said it was a good story not exactly news, but just tbe kind of stuff the Sunday editor wanted. With that he got out a pad ol paper and a pencil and began to write lor dear life. Every now and theu he'd stop a minute and asle her what ber feelings were. I don't know how long he'd have kept it up; be didn't quit till the people on the flat below began to hammer at their door to see what the matter was. Julia was so mad ahe dressed and went over to her mother's, leaving him to finish his article, 'How a Woman Feels Shut up in a Folding Bed.' I don't know whether she'll forgive him or not She swears she'll have a divorce." m m fellow, and took a good deal ol time in executing the order. Alter a while he was returning with a small log. The officer who had given tbe order saw him coming. His anger rose at the dilatory movements. "Here, you," he cried, across the camp ground, "double-quicthere!" The soldier looked up, saluted and plodded along. When he neared the officer the latter waa in a white heat. "What do you mean by not obeying orders?" he roared. "What orders, sir?" "Didn't you hear tbe order to k, double-quick?", . Trout and Hawk Caught on the Snmo Hook A Vora-clous.Sna- ko. " other such monstrous blacksnake can be found, "There is no doubt In my mind that some of those Black forest serpents were born long before this country was settled. I have seen them with their faces as wrinkled as a walnut and with long, gray hair on their upper lips. My Hollis, of Woodhull, tells about one he killed down there once that had a lump on its side. He cut down into tbe lump six Inches or so and found a flint arrow-hea- d at the bottom of it. There could be but one explanation of that arrow-hea- d there. The anake had been shot by an Indian some time. Aa there hadn't been any Indiana with bows and arrows In that country for about three generatlons,of course the snake must have been a lively native before the days of the white man thereabout, and nobody knows How many years before that, brother-in-law.'Squlfunny-looking BlBmarck'o Iron Norvo Was the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out oi order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They devellop every power of brain and body. Only 35c at J, H. Williams' drug store. THAT TOBACCO! COUCH m m AC leste's greeting. They talked ot many things. FN nally Beverly said: "Celeste, you know I desire your happiness, and a bint wsa given me before I left New York bow best to secure it I do not know this Mr. Gerard, but I give you to him freely." Celeste gave a little gasp. "But suppose I do not wish to be given, and I am sure Mr. Gerard does not wsnt me, for he is engsged to one of the sweetest girls." "Is it someone else," asked Bever ly, his voice trembling. "Yea," said the girl falatly, as her eyes fell. Beverly hesitated a moment, then caught her In his strong arms. "Oh, my dear, my dear, is it possible you can learn to love me?" "I do not need to learn," said Celeste softly from her resting place, "lor you have been my hero ever since that dark day upon the street, when aa a child I looked up and saw you bending over me." II your alght is binned with specks and spots floating before your eyes, or ycu have pains on tbe right riJe under tbe ribs, then your liver is de ranged, and you need a lew doses of Herblne to regu1ate"it. Price so cts. TJ J. H. Williams. either. "I aay 'Squire Hollis killed that When the doctor tells a woman to diet ahe eats less at tbe tsble and snake, but that ia hardly a correct more in. the pantry. Emma Carrel-to- n. statement. He was lumbering over that region and bad a lot of logs banked for rolling down a steep slope If troubled with rheumatism, give into the creek, Accidentally a log Chamberlain's Pain-Bala trial. It got loose and away it went down hill. will not not cost you a cent If It does It had gone maybe half-wadown and no good. One application will relieve had taken on tremendous momentum the pain. It also cures sprains and when (bis snake came tearing out in bruises in the time required the path of that flying log. There by any other treatment. Cuts, was no telling what thesnake thought burns, frostbites, quiusey, pains In the log was, but he was evidently in a the side and chest, glandular and state of supreme fury at It, for he other awellings are quickly cured by stopped and raised bis head and waits applying If Every bottle waranted, ed the coming oi the log, The log Price, aarid 50 cts. Z. Wayne Gril. kept right ou and struck the snake fin. with all. the force it had accumulated. m. n The crash was terrific, and the log m y one-third "" "I.heard'you aydoublesqulckTMcumference, and 'with his kolie cat "Well, why in blue blazes didn't from. the. snake's-stoma- ch a large you double-quickchina egg. It Is argued that the The soldier put his heels together snake's appetite for eggs Increased at and saluted. Then he drawled: a more rapid, rate than the yield of the "Because.slr, I didn't bear the couk-- hennery, and that it resorted to the mand 'march.' " china eggs in the absence of the; genAnd the officer hadn't another word uine atticle. , to say. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Edwin Robinson, a respected resident of Pawling, is credited with capHIsLlfo WasSavod. turing a fine trout and a bird resetu bllng a hen hawk with the.same.balt. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen Ou n recnt fishing trip he dropped his ot Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonhook in a ripple, and the current carderful deliverance from a trightful ried it down nnder some overhanging death. In telling it he says: "I was trees, where a large trout struck it. .taken with Typhoid Fever that ran There was no opportunity to play.or into pneumonia. My Lungs became the trout, and Mr. Robinson gave his hardened. I was so weak I couldn't pole a smart jerk, hoping to land his even .sit up In bed. Nothing helped prize on the bank. Both trout and me. I expected to soon die ot line went sailing upward,and the line I heard of Dr. King's caught fast In a tree. The trout tore New Discovery. One bottle gave away irom the hook flopped Back into great relief. I continued to use It, the water. Mr. Robinson had dropped and now am well and strong, I can't his pole to save the fish, and when, he say two much to Its praise." This picked It up again felt something tugmarvelous medicine is the surest and ging at It. Looking upward he dis-' for all quickest cure In the world covered that he had another bite. This Throat and Lung trouble. Regular time he landed his prize, which proved sizes 50 cents and ft.oo. Trial bot- to be a large bird, hooked through the tles free at J. H, Williams' Drug lower side of the bill. . guaranteed, Store; every bottle If the predisposition to worms' in B.antr Is lllood Dtp. Clean blood means a clean akin. No children is not cured, they maybe-cobeauty without It. Caacsrets, Candy Cathar-ti- e emaciated, weakly and in danger clean your blood and keep it clean, by White's Cream Verstirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- of convulsions to purities from the body. Begin successful, and batiiih pimples', bolts, blotches, blackheads; mifuge b the most and that sickly bilious complexion by taking popular remedy. Price 25 cts. J. H. All drug?" , me .,....! . I A farmer residing nearMlddletows, N. Ys 'recently noticed a remarkable falling off in the production of eggs at his hennery, which he was unable to account for. He concluded, that an egg thief was at work,and established a strict watch. Tbe eggs continued to disappear, and no clew to the thief was obtained until a day or two ago, while working near: the. hennery, the farmer came across a.large blacksnake which he quickly vdupatched. As the snakft lay on the ground the farmer noticed a lump In. tha reptile's dr. Catcareta, beauty for ten centa. gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 60c. Williams. ra, Somebody's Mothor. -- KgESSiMSB ElUH it Streotlncldont. "My Dear Sir," exclaimed Lawyer Bartholomew Livingston, meeting ' I i .:.. rans-th- I fiiiDfMivinovirilhitk-ltin'trm4bflntlr- whole system has been In a disordered condition until I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla which haa put me on my feet and cured all my stomach trou- the Rev. Dr. Archibald Windham on tbe village street, "What does this I mean? I thought you were laid up For Infants and Children. with all sorts of bad diseases!" "Aud so I was," replied the rever- The Kind You Have Always Bought end gentleman, "I had an attack ol Indigestion and from that time on my Bignaturo of CASTOR A OSt&jf7a&t Our Rotations. I J WECUBE GLEET - J CURES GUARANTEED I7M tl.fltv tUT VOtl. Un. toouMnu u.llarf for a eu. we acctpt for trt atinrnt and ciniioi cure, i.nnt noutraio lor a cur.. MUTllUD TltUATMDNl' will, roil-- MONTHLY SUFFERING. TThousand women Diplomatic relations between Spain and the United States broken of! April at, 1898, were resumed at Wash ington with the reception of the new Spanish Minister, Due D'Arcos. Tbe following friendly sentiments were exchanged between the Minister aud President McKInlcy: D'Arcos said: "I have come to renew relations of friendship which have existed from ol old between A sallow, jaundiced akin ia a symptom of disordered liver, as it springs Spain and the United States, and from biliary poisons retained in the which were Interrupted by the war ol blood, which destroy energy, cheerfulness, strength, vigor, happiness and life. Herblne will restore the natural functions ol tbe liver. Price m. SO cts. J.H.WUUams. bles." 1 don't doubt it," aald the lawyer. "This same medicine cured my wile of rheumatism and my little girl of acrafula. When they say it's tbe best medicine money can buy, they only tell the truth." "Yes, yea, so they do," replied the minister, and the two jmssed an. LaJ vk If ll'llllfc-LI- ra rut and MV1MIII.IM eiir.t EStltMtONR. tlbKlfT, ii(7iui;. MPol'KKUY. HKOHCT tilfiOUAltU liHAINR. AVa Too Much For Bailor. One of our brethren, went to last August and fell by the way-- , side bo gat drunk down there. Alter several months the news ol his fall reached his ruial home, and he was brought up before the church, "Brethien" be said, "I admit I got drunk in Knoxvllle last August.but I didn't mean to do it. How I have suffered In my conscience and In my pride God alone knows, and I trust he haa forgiven me. Biethren, I want you to forgive me, i didn't go to get drunk. I took a glass or two o light wine with a Irlend, and later took a bottle of beer on Ice, and Knox-vll- le fine figure matofs I 4KYnl)ILAl IINNATUUAIi oW viiCK. uM t. IlLANat nook Mil. writ, for for 1I01IK troubled at monthly Inter. Tsls with pains la; ar f ST. pMEWOY vi lv KERGAN vi. ruuitiu a iitc 1, 1 XI9. CINCINNATI, O. VjnTHrTBBgTBrjBTraaarr-ajTBBJ- X. UEATi:a O. JtHL. JFL. liTll, m. m, m. m. breasts, shoulders.sldes hips Add Htnb. But they ns4 not suffer. Theie pains of dangerous derangements that canlx corrected. The men. strual functloa shoald operate painlessly. back, the head, 4 Co., Many women lose their gtrlith forms after :hty become mothers. This la due to tug-c- L The flgurt can tie preserved beyond question if the expectant mother will constantly use friend aLaaaW during the whole period" of pregnancy. The earlier Its ut Is begun, the more perfectly will the thaps be preserved. NORTH BOUND. 4:41 a. m. No. 201, Fast Mall No. 232, Accommolal!on..6:02 a. Nit. 222, Accommodation.. 12.41 p. 5:62 p, No. 202, Fait Mail No. 21) I, Local Freight. . . .8:10 a. . ' IW.nr'otiliii makes msHttruatlos painless,, and regular. It puts the dell. cats mcastrual organs in condition to do their work properly. And that stops all tula pain. Why will any woman sufftr month after month whe Wins of Cardul will rslUvAcrl1 It costs $r.co.at tha drug store. Why doa't you get a bottle ,For advice, In case requiring pedal directions', address, glv Department." Ckatuaooga . Mtdiclue vaattaaooga, itna. tirs. KwlCM UWII ." v .. No. No, No. No. No. 203, 231, 221, 201, 203, Accommodation, .,8:37 AcK)mmodatton.l2;25 10:30 Fast Mail Local Freight. . . .2:40 SOUTH BOUND. 12.20 p. m. Fast Mail p, m. p. m. a. m. p. ra. Advlsi "ins ucuea' TUt . .rUlll. lilwa klill. IKkT. ft&HLfl MSB-p- f (BH.. f MMfl.V. nil tiu, a.riai u.. klJ, Mil. sv..u: IT MP. k i then" not only softens and "Brethren, " Interrupted a good old relaxes the muscles biother In the amen corner. "I iurlng the great strain before birth, but helps the skla to contract naturally afterward. It wnqld be willing to forgive the broth er lor bla I all. If he would make a kteps unsightly wrinkles away, and the muscles underneath retain their pliability. clean breast of it and tell the truth. MMktr'l TrUa Is tint famous external But I move w turn'blm out lor lying. Ualment which banishes morning sickness He haa lied to ui. Whoever heard of and ncrvouiasat during pregnancy I tkortena Ice In August?" labor and nukes It nearly painlessf bulUa up And they turned him out because the patient's constitutional, strength, so that he dared to aay that he had seen Ice the emerges from the ordeal without danger. The little one. too, shows the effects of. la Augnat, Sweetwater (Tenu.) mottor Trtttw a!7?lil. ilniataldl. K..1H WSX ...r". sifli .twr wlU,p4tiUr.Hrtli.aUr On sK'sV IMBtvilf lf M iMIMtWH , MilU nr,Mii t htfti t mms U ! UiMi trts.a, ( I'm. -- '"-ln- .., iAUiroM BSk .T." Ka 1. itea" - IMI IM :ig.ua?.;giiTa' reaMMhtmbi Nlr Wanted-- An Ittea r Trrttrl by fts robustness and vigor. UU at Arws sUrM fee 1 1 Mtta. ttt S.ad for Mr Sa.lr Ulaatretad mota.ra. kk TUB BRAUf IELD RGCIULATOR CO. ATLANTA, OA. . A ragged woman was crossing the corner of a public park In a large city where tbe children of the poor are accustomed to play, many of them barefooted. A burly policeman stationed at the corner watched the woman suspiciously. Half way across sho stop, ped and picked np something which ahe hid in her apron. In an inatant the policeman was by her side. With a gruff voice and threatening manner be demanded: "What are you carrying off in your apron?" The woman seemedembsrrassed and refused to answer, Thereupon the officer of the law, thinking that she bad doubtless picked up a pocketbook which she was trying to make away with, threatened to arrest her unless she told him at once, what ahe bad In her apron, At this the woman reluctantly unfolded ber apron and disclosed a band-lu- l of broken glass. In stupid wonder tbe policeman asked: "What do you want with that stufl?" A flush passed over the woman'a No Right to Ugliness. face; theu she answered simply: "If you please, air, I just thought The woman who ia lovely in the I'd take It out of tbe way ot the chil- face, from the temper will alwaya dren's feet." Detroit Free Press. have friends, but one who would be attractive must keep her health, If Marrlagoablo Agos. ahe Is weak, aickly and all run down, she will be nervous and irritable. II In Germany a man must be at least she has constipation or kidney troueighteen years of age before he can ble, ber Impure blood will cause pimmarry. ples blotches, skin eruptions and a In Portugal a boy of fourteen la wretched complexion. . Electric Bitconsidered marriageable, and a wom- ters Is the best medicine in the world an of twelve. to regulate stomach, liver and kldneya ,In Greece tbe man must have seen aud to purify the blood. It gives at least fourteen summers, and the strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, woman twelve. velvety skin, rich complexion. It In France the man must be eigh- will make a charming teen, aud the woman aixteen. In woman ol a n invalid, Only Belgium the same ages. 50 cents at J, H. Williams' Drug In Spajn tbe intended husband Store, must have passed his fourteenth year, Kdn.au Year llow.l. With Cnsearfta. and the woman her twelfth. Candjr Cathartic, ur. coD.tlp.llsa foretaa, lftj,ta. ltao.0.fll.druliurttaaamoor. In Switzerland men from tbe age of fourteen and women Irom tbe age ol Tho Prlvato's Reason, twelve are allowed to marry. In Austria a man and a woman are A Cleveland man tells a story that supposed'to be capable of conducting matches the English soldier who waa a home of their own Irora the age of reprimanded for not polishing his iourteen. shoes. The offender saluted and lookIn Turkey any youth and maiden ed down at bla footwear. His shoes who can walk properly and can unwere certainly polished, and he stsred derstand the necessary religious ser- back at tbe officer. vice are allowed to marry. The latter pointed to the soldier's In Hungary, for Roman jCatbollcs, heels. Look behind," he said, sharply. the man must be loutteeu years old, and the womsu twelve; for protest Tha offender gravely saluted, ' ants, the man must be eighteen, and "A British soldier," he aald, "never Uoka.behlndl" the woman fifteen, . Jn Ruaala and Saxony they arfr'a" AD tjw vweer uau nutuivg iUUIC tu little more seoalble.and a youth must The story told by the. Cleveland man refrain Irom entering Into matrimony till he can count eighteen years, and la a little different, but it shows the the woman till ahe can count sixteen, same quickness of repartee, It la the i6-logood-lookin- g, run-dow- stopped as if it had been brought up against a rock. The 'Squire went down the hill and found the log cant ed up against the auake, and he declares yet that if be hadn't seen the collision he wouldn't have known which was tbe log, they were so near of a alze. The snake was dead from the shock, though, and 'SquireJIollia hsa never ceased to regret. his fcollsh. new in rolling it into the creek alter he had cut tbe lump and found the arrow head, and letting it float away without measuring it, because he never could tell how. long the serpent was. The 'Squire says, though, that II the anake could have been seasoned and sawed np it would have cut up into as nice a pile of boards a foot and a half wide as any one ever bought. That anake, ot course, waa an exception to the ordinary run ol Black forest snakes, and from what tbe squire says, there isn't any doubt at all in my mind that it was the tounder of the blacksnake family in that country,. There wasn't a gray hair on him, though, and his teeth were aa sound aa a pebble." GOV. CANDLER PRAISES S.S. 0. sssislssssssHaKWa?'lasVWnfjRar He has Used it for Fifteen Years, and and Tonic Made. Declares it is the Best Blood Purifier Strong Words from Georgia's Chief Executive. Thora Is not one person In a hundred Allen I). Candlar. Faithful to amy tyste-ican sueoeaafully with- trust, hla ruggwt honesty la his eairx stand the severe drains of tha Spring virtue. Ills word la aeaeptad far an season without the aid of a tonic. All wido, for h nevar glees an endorearnant WllAQUk. auiuiu or tha accumulate! Impurltlo of a year Thi SomMf't UaqiillfM bfcfUMt! knowledla ot tha merits of aaarUsl. now bo elimmust Governor Candle inated, and this I haa used 8. & 8. for catiM a struggle STATE OP OEORfllA. fifteen years I , h reExecutive O&eo..) which usually knows that it ia sults In a breakdAtlanta, May 8, 1899. na4 own. A few bottles I S.S.8. roots of tha aaUr for fifteen years ot Qsoagia of 8. B. B. Just now aa have a raaedy for rhauaaUaat a ad aa that it eoataiMava will thoroughly pudrugs of aay rify tha blood, Im- atoalc. It is unquestionably a goo aid h prove the appetite blood purifier, and I aaa sort the aad jIto tone and best tonic I varnaed. faraway unhesMaUntly eaya that it U hs teat strength to the whula system. Most years say digestioa waa sad, t ton la M aver ue2. only tha oceaaloaaj us of a, boUla of B. 8,8. Is thoeon-tailasaortant of all. B, 8. B. will so 8.8.8, hasaatlroly cure4 ass of thla ton la which ao potash, remove all Malady, and I na w with perfect soda, arseola ar tasBwrlUea aa to other danaorooai sratara for laapoaity anything sat Wore at. stimulaai. O fa aaoaaaifully reUt-l- n A. S. 0AXDL8S. B V.... a.u tha toaav dan awrous fortaa ol sickness so prevalent and need Itnow. AfawboMlMwataU- ougbir cleans ut 0100a, improve woe during tha summer No Georgian is aa noar to tha baaxta appetite, and renovate your sysUas, sax people aa their be4ov4 Oevarnor, sUt upon 8. B. 0, aad Ut wortlag alaa, ( tha who vi pet-Mot- ly ns st :m y.'jfla". j 'Itv" J'ui' y "i "' "" J . - w.i,uasu" ':?-5jt- - . SZMMMm?SLjmAF0 Hartford RopuBjjcan. iMMMtMMM ffSSaflsafiB T rsaaaa, I 1 - - a - - -. cursed. -- build- - enconrsere. A HOT LKTTKR, Hon. Croon W. PrltchottDoals Dying Domooracy Somo Stunning Blows. A TO.i IK W h I' i II ft.X f i !' i: r. I'M! u r Hon. Green W. Pritchett Is well known in Kentucky. He was formerly a typical Kentucky Democrat, but has bad enough of that sort ot political food. The letter below is reproduced from the Henderson Gleaner: ' The Confederate flag went down forever in defest thirty four years ago. Iu all these years the Democratic par-- . ty has been trusted but two terras with the Presidency. And not a single pledge made to the people did that rod MEPRtENENTATIVB. 3COXT. St. C. Sr.A3Er.fi.0Hr. Roaolutlons Adoptod by tho party keep, and for this betrayal ol Senatorial Convontlon the trust the people not the party atBoavor Dam. but the sovereign people, relegated looks hlco Taylor and Hardin for the party to the shades of the past the fioal raco, with the chances 10 to Resolved, 1st, That we approve the eternal rest! 1 in favor of Taylor. call for this convention. 'Since the war the Democratic par-t2d, Believing that the perpetuity has ceased to exist on old Jefltr In the Republican conventions in Louisville Baturday Gen. W. 6. Tay and the welfaie ot the government, aonlan lines. It is as dead as the old lor carried every ward but one, taking financial, moral, social and political, Whig party, the Know Nothing party principles and the Abolition party. 190 instructed votes out of a total of are dependent upon the advocated by the Republican patty, "Principles ate abandoned and vi 204 we reaffirm allegiance to the St. Louis cious policies substituted. the Prop. W. T. Suaup has announced platform and commend It to intelll leaders of the Democratic his candidacy for the Republican" nom- eence of American manhood as the party are desperate adventurers, opination for Superintendent of Public wisest political document ot modern posing the progress of the govern Instruction. Prof. Sharp comes from times containing every principal nee ment and the. tranquility of the peo Russell county and is well recom essary to thesecuiity of the liberties ple at every step, cutting esch other's weak I could hardly work. I went of x free people. throats in frantic efforts to secure the to Miller and McCurdy's drug store mended by his home people. Owo for Their Dinners Yef. 3d, That we recognize in our gTeat offices wherever they are in the as- and they recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme TnE "Greener" has reached such Presldent.Wm. McKlnley, a wise and cendency Suit Llkoly to Grow Out of Dry depth of slime and filth and calumny sagacious diplomat, a devoted pat"The first downward step of the dy. It worked like magic snd one an Dollar Banquet. statesman the equal of the party was the nomlnstlon of Greeley dose fixed me alright It certainly that Bro. Worsley declines to batidle riot, and a it any more. The "OtitMx" has rip- pride of any age of the world's civili- for the Presidency a good man, no is the finest thing I ever used for Trouble Is brewing over tbe allvti ened into such a shameless liar and zation. And that we commend his doubt but in no wise a representa- stomach trouble. I shall not be with- dollar dinner given by the Chicago Intelligence of tive of Democracy. This was a crim out it in my home hereafter, for I coarse and brutal calumniator that we administration to the platlorm Democrats in the Grand Cen country as being as wise, fair, Inal compromise of honor which hss should not care to endure the suffer decline to touch it at this stage of the the tral palace on April 15. Some of it liberal and pure ss any administration grown apace nntlt again for fifty times il the edi ings of last night will come to the surface on Monday, game, but if Bro. Worsley won't even ever enjoyed by a sovereign people. torials of the free silver papers are to Its price. G. II. Wilson, Liveryman, when a member of tbe committee ol handle it with gloves on, we suggest Especially do we commend Its policy be believed, these people rejoice at Burgettstons, Washington Co., Pa. one hundred of the name ol Grogerat that he might go after il with tongs. in the Philippines and send greetings every repulse of our army and gloat This remedy is for sale by Z. Wayne will appear in court and claim $100 m. Tub Democratic primary held in to. the American soldiers now fighting over the death of our soldiers in war. Griffin & Bro. from John Stlmmel, the caterer for tbi lor the American flag In the Philip Louisville last Saturday most forcibly We captured the Philippines in Attontlon, Machine Mon. dinner, as commission which be says pines. war with Spain, and while our army illustrates the manner in which elecMr. Stlmmel agreed to p.iy biro for 4th, That we endorse the adminls was peacefully awaiting the ratifica McHenry Machine Co., McHcnry, getting him the contract to feed tbe tions under Democracy's rule will be tratlou of Gov. W. O. Bradley and the tion of the treaty of peace, one Agul- - Ky., have a lull line of Fittings.Pipe, hungry Bryan men. held. It may be possible and an essy other State officers who have labored Hose, Packing, etc., at lowest market Anotherbranch of the difficulty may to make a rhinoceros or the with him for the advancement of the naldo, a renegade and traitor, headed matter a band oi revolutionists and fired upon prices. Are prepared to do repair be taken to court later unless those of Herald believe that the Goebel elec- material interests of the State. our soldiers. And as he retreats be- - work on Machinery of all kinds, Grey tbe diners who forgot to psy their tion law comes to purify elections in 5th, That we condemn the Demo foreouradvancing forces he lays waste Iron and Brass Castings. tf dollars settle with the finance comKentucky,but to the reasonable mind cratlc party iu Kentucky for the en a a the country, burning and destroying Last fall I sprained my left hip mittee and enable it to liquidate its of a thinking man it is the most cor- actme'nt of the Goebel election law without remorse the property and debt to Mr. Stlmmel. rupt election machine in existence. which was conceived and brought homes of his own people, leaving the while handling some heavy boxes. There is a difference of opinion be The doctor I called on said at first it For forth in corruption for the sole pur : Louisville primary. Example aged and decrepit, the women and was a slight strain and wontd soon be tween the finance committee and Mr. letters. pose of controlling the elections of the children, reference, Trimble-Thompswithout shelter, raiment or well, but it grew worse and the doctor Stimmel as to how much is due him. State regardless of the will of the peo food. He even had one of his leading then said I bad rhenmatism. It con- The finance committee says he has If the Herald will only be patient pie as expressed at the polls. Generals beheaded because the man tinued to grow worse and I could been paid alt ot th: $2,000 which he until July 3d the Republican party of advised him that it was useless to hsrdly get around to work. I went to charged for tbe dinner, with the exProgrammo Ohio county will speak as one man continue the struggle against Ameri- a drug store and the druggist recom- ception of $110. Mr Stimmel believes for 11. L. Heavrin, the next Attorney Of Ohio County Sunday School Con can forces. mended me to try Chamberlain's Pain the debt is more than that, but he General of Kentucky, in tones that "And yet these so called Democrats Balm. I tiled it and one-haventlon at Beaver Dam, Ky., June 24 of a 50- - does not know exactly how much none shall doubt. When the proper these Aunties herald thla man to cent bottle cured me entirely. I now more. 1899. time comes the Republican party will MORNING SESSION. There is also a disagreement as to the world as a Washington, and abuse recommend It to all my friends. F speak for itself and" its tones will echo 9:00; Invocation Rev. J. H. Brown. their own country for punishing this A. Babcock, Erie, Pa. It for sale by the number ot guests that partook ol and over the hills and down President's address Hon. C. Slsde Incendiary and murderer. the dinner. Mr. Stlmmel thinks there m. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. the valleys of the old Commonwealth. Taylor. Organization. m m were more than three thousand.'nhite "If ever there was a vllllan who de The put history of the Republican 9:30; The State Association, its served hanging, Aguinatdo deserves Ohio County Boy In Trouble. the managers think there were three or four hundred less. party shows that it knows when to work, Its need and Its claims Prol. it. This paity claims that they could The Owensboro Inquirer of Tuesday Though the main ol ject cf tbe feast and how and where to speak. This E. A. Fox (Paducah) State Secretary. bring prosperity snd wealth to the gave the following account of a kilt was to demonstrate the need for a new 9:50; The Home end the Sunday country, and fill the pockets of the Ing at the Herald must admit, however it Huntersvllle in which an Ohio School Prof. O. M. Shultz. people with jingling dollars, by legls county boy, Hiram Drew, was the financial system, the finances of the msy be to its sorrow. The Sunday School's Influ lation, but the sober minded among seem to have fallen into sad 10:05; Drew was raised near dinner principal. A KURiotis tornado swept through ence for Good Hon. R. P. Hocker. Eugene V. Brewster, the confusion them know Utter though they have Sulphur Springs, in this county, and chief promoter ot the affair, received Witcousin Monday night and wrought 10:20; Methods in Primary Work-P- rof. notihad the courage to assert their wss always regarded as hard citizen: S. C. Stevens. all the money except what was paid terrible h&roo with life and property. convictions and break away from such The coroner's Inqnest, which was 10:35: Building up a Sunday School disastrous leadership. These people op- being held at the time the Inquirer In at the Grand Central palace on the More than five hundred dead bodies Rev. J. H. Edwards. pose anything are old time soreheads went to press Monday evening re day of the dinner. He had all of the mark the path of the awful storm. receipts except $300 or $400, and he 10:50; The Sunday School and the in everything. Nothing suits them, Hundreds of thousands of dollars suited in a verdict thst Hiram Drew paid all ot the preliminary expenses, worth of valuable properly is in ruins. Church Rev. W. M. Likens and and everything Is going wrong. Il fired the shot thst killed John Patterthey could only get the offices the son In the general row in Huntersvllle such as the rent of the hall and the Near Hudson the storm developed a Hon. R. C. Jarnagln. cost of tbe band. When all ol the 11:10: Association work Prof. E. country would flourish 'like a green waterrpout and walls of waters three Sunday morning. The evidence was A. Pox. lunds were brought together.however, bay tree.' Qnisenberry and Drew were feet bigb rolled down the hillsides and that 11:50; Song and Benediction. "And yet they cannot agree as to shooting at each' other, and that it was found that there was not swelled the small creeks until they AFTERNOON. how the offices shall be parceled out Qnisenberry was between Drew and enough left to pay Mr. Stimmel. became irresistible torrents sweeping 1 :3o;The Sunday School asan EvanBy scanning the list ol ticket hold 'Whom the Gods among themselves. everything before them, including hu gelizing Agent Col. W. Fred Long. would destroy, they first make mad.' Patterson. The latter had nothing to ers tbe finance committee discovered do with the fight, but on hearing the man beings who were unable to escape several hundred who had not paid for 1:45; The Normal Clsss If A. Fox Blackburn could not be re elected to shooting, went around the bouse to so sudden was the flood. Teacher Hon. Ben D the United States Senate, and he detheir dinner. Notices were sent to 2:15; The satissee what it was. When he bad Rlngo. them and other means taken to induce termined that no man of his company fied Cait. N. T. Howard was nomihimself he turned to go back, and them to pay. Some of them did pay, 2:30; Christian Parents and the should succeed him, The result was was he received the shot in then it nated for State Senator at Beaver Sunday School Dr. while others have so far defied all efJ. J. Mitchell the election of Deboe, a Republican the hip. Dam Saturday. There is probably forts to collect fiom them. 2:45; Punctuality, its value and how and, by the way, a very satisfactory Qnisenberry was released late Monno other man in Kentucky of Cspt. secured Prof. J. Henry Barnea Mr. Bryan Insisted npon psylng his successor. day evening on $500 bond, bnt Drew Howard's ability and prominence who own hotel exjienses, although tbe 3:00; How to Increase the number 'To day the free silver candidates is still in jail and will remain there. is so easily approached by the com ot Sunday Schools Gross Williams. for Governor are devouring each other committee was anxious to assume Patterson's luneral took place this mon people. His readiness to recog3:15; How to make the Sunday without mercy. It what they ssy morning at o'clock from the family them 9 nize the humblest citizen iu the land School attractive Prof. N. T. Groves about each other is true they are po "I have written the delinquents being at is the strength of his unmeasured popPrimary Work Misa Cllffie litical renegades, demagogues, un residence, the interment some pretty sharp letters," said Mr, 3.30; ElmwooU. Stlmmel yesterday, "and I hope they ularity and is laying for him the foun- Gray. worthy ot belief, and a disgrace to . 3:40; An up to date Sunday School even the foul mire of politics. dation for a useful and successful po"For tho Sakoof Fun.Mlschlof will pay me. If they do not I shall have to go to court. As for Grogerat, E. A. Fox. Is Done." litical future. Capt. Howard will "And neither one of them can make I shall not pay hlma cent. He did 4:10; Election of officers and other a public speech without shouting himmake a thorough csuvasi of Ohio A vast amount of mischief is done, self hoarse for Bryan I What would too, because people neglect to keep not get me the contract for tbe din county, and we ask our readers to ob business. Adjournment. ner, and I could not afford to pay any Each school is entitled to two dele become ot the country il this man servo his conduct for a vindication of their blood pure. The mischief ap commission on tt. He wanted me to gates and is earnestly requested to be Bryan should happen to die? our estimate of biro. pears in eruptions, dyspepsia indipresent. All delegates and visltora "The sun would refuse to shine, the gestion, nervousness, kidney diseases, buy fish at one cent a pnnd and I a most threw him out of the office. Ron FnzfiuMONH tendered the will be entertained with hospitable clouds withhold the rain, the streams mischief, Everything that I served was the care at the band ol the Beaver Dam run up hill, hest would freeze the wa and other ailments. This world's championship pugilistic belt to fortunately, may be undone by the b:st to be lud." New York Herald. ter, pestilence and famine encompass Jim Jellrie in New York City Friday people. lalthlnllise of Hood's Ssrssparilla, While all who are expected to at the land I I JtUiiea graciously accepted night. which enres all diseases originating Aside from the seriout Inconvens e tend are not on the program yet each back of a "Scratch the amid bleediug uores, bruised eyes and In or prompted by Impure blood. lencr and pln CHiit.ru! by piles, there will be given an opportunity to speak snd one idea politician of the towns pnuudid chrsts. Ten thoutsnd of the Is u tendency to Gstult nd to r ncer and villages who vociferates for 'Bry- Hood'a Pilla cure all liver ills fur rtfljr Cat best people in New York witnessed I'll en shout In the icctnl regions maka. weak Qural4 tobacco habit ura,All drursiata. an t' and you turn up a fellow who and applauded the brutal conflict. mta irocr. bluod pur, w, $1. not be allowed to run on unchecked thinks the country Is going speedily op Ohio, City op Toledo, ) .. Tablcr's Buckeve Pil Omtment Is an The conduct of those Georgians who s if he be not immedi- Statk Lucas County, to the In Povorty and Mlsory. J applauded the burning of Sam Hose Price, 50 its a infalllblo rfumly ately installed In a good fat office. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that bottle, tubes was more paiduuable than that of the m. 75a J II Williams, "What la the matter with the coun- he is the senior partner of the firm ol Springdale, Ark,, June 12 Haunt New York crowd. The Georgians mouthed by the ghosts of 88 murderers and try at.yhow, that these flannel F J, Cheney & Co , doing business in were smsring under the sting of an unable to sleep on account of his un- ed agitators should be everlastingly the City of Toledo, County snd State BuritU f IU Klail Ym H'" to'l Bougtt inhuman' outrage and applauded the canny tormentors, George Meldon, howling as it a house were on fire? aforesaid, and that said firm will pay fitfUlM punUhnieut brutal it is true of a the king ol hsngmen, is ending his Within the last sixty days the wages r the sum of One Hundred Dollars for criminal, while the New York audi- days In poveity and misery on a little ol over five hundred thousand work- each and every case of Catarrh that Tlia Ural lraacrlHIa for I'tillla ence cheered the brutes who pounded farm two miles south of this place. men have been voluntarily increased cannot be cured by tbe use ol Hall's and I'evrr t a bottle of Grove's Tast-lex- s each other for the sake of a little vulMeldon was for msny years execu by the various enterprises throughout Catarrh Cure. J Chumrv. Frank Chill Tonic. Never tails to cure; gar glory. The New York papers tloner at the Fort Smith ledersl court, the country; everything that grows Sworn to before me and subscribed then why rxieiiinent 'villi vorthless Is fetching remunshould weed barbarism nut of that where many of the most noted and ont ot the ground in my presence, this 6th dsy of De imitation? Ctrt great State before they uudertake to desperate cilmlnals thit for years In erative prices corn 35 to 40 cents, cember, A D l88f. Blggost Houso In tho World. fested the Indian Territory, were wheat 75 to 80 cents, tobacco higher . correct the civilization nl the South, A. W. G1.8ASOH, , brought to trlsl before Judge Parker than for 20 years; money seeking in SltAI, f ' -Tbe Vatican 1 Home, the rerMenre Notary Public Important Mooting, In that capacity Meldon officiated at vestment at from three and bait per loaning rnqney Hall's Catsrrh Curt Is taken 'ipter of Pope Leo Xjll, Is the largest palace the hanging ot 83 men and won for cent up; the banks The next meeting of the Green himself th sobriquet of the 'Klng ol at 6 per cent , payable semi annually, nally, and acts iMrrctly on the blood: (n the world psed ss 0 place of sSooV aurfires of tbe system. Itfssitid to contain no fewer th.n River Vslley Improvement Assocla Hsnymen." He hsd hanged more snd every dollar aa good as another) 7,000 rooms 11 orcsrne ine 11x111 tlcn will tske place at Rock pott, Ky , men than any other officer In the bis. and yet the hoodlums are still howl- Send for testimonials, free, P, J Cukkky & Co , Toledo, 0. residence ..f the pipes lu I377 The on the 15th dsy ol July, 1809. The tory of the United States and through ing! Our people travel more, spead Winter palace at St Peteraburgr is Sold by DiugglstSi 75c. of said meeting Is to promote his long experience became an ex more money, live easier and more ele object also an enormous structure, In wbiib Hall's Family Pills are tbe best. gantly than any other people on this lie general interest of the Green river pert In bis line, post-offi- tbtot'of Immigration of the better liianl rr(lKJ by I he building SJ ABTrORD PURMMIIIM' 1"'MI'T classes, the encouragement Incorporated. factories to utilize onr natural resonr ces, such as timber, coal, Iron, fine clay, slate, clay, limestone, oil, gas, FON R00KR9, EDITORS. INO il. THOMAS, building stone, also the building ol railways apd Improvement of our waterways. Such resources we have Of flco on Fox Stroot. In abundance. All persons anywhere year In advance in the Oteen river valley are cordial Subscription. $1 ly Invited to attend on that day, and ce at Hartford we cordially welcome outsiders. It Sntered it the as second class mall matter. Is to be hoped auxiliary associations will be iound In every county in said FRIDAY, JUNE 16. valley and report at such times and places that said association may meet. J as. F. Carson, REPUBLICAN TICKET. President ol Green River Valley Asso elation. FOK STATIC SEIAT0H, W. P. Grkbn, Gen, Sec'y, Kvansvllle, Ind. J rrlr MBit Flannrl.Maalb.il Aallalara NelhlBe; HallaTb.a. and Every- ol Ktrk-er- a thing Canllaaallj on wranf Pr It y To-da- All orianlttd living- - thlngi, whether bt. phets, longing' to the animal or vegetable kingJjwe wsnt territory to extend our dom contain within thtmacWca the germs drain trsde and commerce, and we will of utraia and drear. are oiien generated or aneate want it bad alter awhile perhaps within the human ayitem throngh Imperfect dictation of food. orcxludnr ration tt will be too late when some of our polton which .dentins have denominated soreheads and Aunties realize the piomaine. n piuiuivh wcsut uj.uiuv. gorged with over eating or over burdened fact. As for myself, 1 41m for my with hot bread, too rich or greair fooda or aeaaoned, become weaktoo country, always hoping and praying those and highly to thoroughly digest the fall ened A heavy, sodden nm it accumu-atethat ahe may be right but, I am for In the atotnach to ferment at the fint my country! trp in ita decay, giving off foul gaasca to "And believing with all my souu diitend the atomacli, and poiaon the blood, until It becomea thin, weak and lacking In that my country Is right, and the the red corpuiclea ao necessary to perfect leader is safe, I am for McKlnley and health.over dlstet'ed stomach presses upon The expansion. the heart, and the latter organ Is also disturbed through sympathy, the samr system "GRKRN W. PRtTCilRTT." of nrrvca being distributed to both organs. Thus palpitation and irrrgular actiou of the Con- - heart with Ita attendant shortness of breath, Candidate for Attorney result, and In time, disease of the heart oral. Itself la established. The ga.e and other poisons generated Mr. M. L. Heavrin, ol Hartford, from undigested, fermenting and decaying food in the stomach becloud the Ky., County Attorney of Ohio county, brain, causing headaches, and pain in the eyes. who was in the city Saturday attend Being absorbed Into the blood these poiing the Good Roads convention, Is sons reach every part and organ of the sysa candidate for the Republican nom tem. The kidney are thereby poisoned, causing Bright'a disease and diabetes, filination lor Attorney General. He Is tering throngh the akin, troublesome akin diseases often bow themselves. a geptleman of most excellent standlivery organ and every nerve, depending ing in his section of the State, he is as they do for their nourishment and renewal npon the stomach, weak dilution making a cteditable record at the bar, sbowa itself not alone in loss of appetite debility, in and has encouraging assurances of and flesh, but alsoand nervousness, derangemany other bad complexion support In the Stste convention. ments. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Lexington Leader. tonea and regulates the atomsch ; stimuf lates the digestive Juices 7 Inviroratea the Would NotSuffor So Again for torpid liver; promotcsintutlnai strength: clear bilious poisons and diseased germs Fifty Tlmoa Its Prloo. out of the circulation; gives the blood making glands keen assimilative power, I awoke last night with severe and furnishes Nature with the fresh, abund manufac pains In my stomach. I never felt so ant nutrition out nf which she dear skin, ture firm flesh, strong muscles, and badly in all my (life. When I came healthy lnng tissue and nerve-fiber- , gives sound, enduring, active energy to the down to work this morning I felt so whole system. U rat sUttb and yst th land is wth howltrs and evil pro- fq. .i -- . M.ifcinJM flMawwrMMtwjfcriTWJiir Mlii nai it f,)Vi IM ,MIIIl A QREAT TRUTH, THE FASTEST GROWING STORE IN THIS SECTION Op THE GREEN RIVER COUNTRY. Wo n tmt. iiilk.M.. hut liovor outdone. Our business has so far exceeded our expectations Unit wo have had to make tho second trip to tho markets. Notwithstanding tho advance in all lines ol goods, we, with ready cash, picked up somo special We call your attention to our prices below: Handsome lino of Dimllie.-- , worth VJi'. nur price fie. Extra wltla Dimity, worth 8Jc,tinr prire (IJo Fine Imported Organdico imp"ripd '"sell at 3Qc wo picked up a lew of llicin so we can rell at lOo per yard. IIandoniQ Graimlino Organdie, worth 20c, bar-gain- s. Summer Wash Goods. $ Attention, Gentlemen! Notwithstanding our low prices on fine Tail uMiiado Clothing, we have decided, ralher than carry over any ol our Spring Ulotbing.wo will mako vou a reduction of 10 per cent, on auy Suit ol Clothes iu our house over ? I 00 a Suit. This is certainly a chance for you to ssve big money iu this lino. Men's Tow Linen Suits, would bo cheap at $2.50, our price 91 09. Gentlemen, we call your special attention to nur line of Furnuliing Goods. Please nolo these prices aud come iu and sco tho goods : Good heavy work Shirts, worth 35c, our price 20c. Better grade, worth 10c, our price 25c. One job iu men's fine work Shirts, worth from 50o to 75c, our price 38c. This Shirt is a corker. For line Dress Shirts in Silk Fronts, Piques, Pleated Bosoms aud Fancy Shirts, we can't be equaled by any house iu the large cities,eitber in price or style. Don't fail to ask to see our new line of Neck-lie- s and Collars, when joti come in our store. our prlr 10c Domestics. One lino, full jsrd-wiilUloicliiil irocs iu this tale at Ju. suit, fiuish, Heitrr grade, lull vorih OJc, our price fie. GiuhI yard-wiBrown Sbeeling, would be cheap at no, out price .'tjo. ' Extra heavy yord-riidSbeeting.norlh OJc, ur r'rlrn fie e yard-wide, de u A liiit drive in Fui.uy tipring 1'rilile go iu this at oje v Ouo good lsrge rise Huck Towel A each. One lire Vlsid Towels, sale price .Ijc aoh. A b'g clrivo in fine While lied Kpriads. 10 i lied Spreads, would be cheap at Tfic, our price ,r5c. II 4 Extra large, worth tl.&", our price !)8c. We guarantee this fcSpread ran not be duplicated Extra Cne 12v4 Spread, would be cheap at $1.76, our puce 81.35. Ask to see our finer grades when In tho store. Shoes. Ladies' Dongola Kid Shoes, worth $1.00,our price 76c. Our many patent leather tip, worth $1.35, our price $1,00. The Princess Dongola, other houses ask $1 75, our price $1,25. Oiher lines of Fine Shoes $1 50, $1 08, $2.00, $2 25, $2 75 and f.'l 00, would bo cheap at 25 per cent, more money. Men's solid Leather Shoes, worth 91.50,our prico $1.25. Ouo liue, would be cheap at $1.75, our price $1.39. Our $2.00 Old Kentucky Shoe is the talk of the town. Ask to see our $2.25. $3.00 and $3 50 Fiuo Shoes. y, One' lot nl Embroideries, manufactured lengths ni 4"J yards each, worth 10c and 12 Jo per vard, our prico GJc and 7Jc. How is this for you, mothers: Boys' good knee pants 15c per pair. Better grades from '25c up to 75c. Hoys' extra fine Linen Suits gu nOJSc. v i A PRESEMT FOR EVERYBODY I 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, FltEE OF CHARGE. This is Uie way we arc going to do it: You buy goods from us to the ambunt of $10.00, (and wo guarantee to save you from 10 to 20 per cent, on your bill,) and we will give you one of these elegant and 'beautiful pictures. We 1 on lf buy anything you have to sell. Kemember tho place: R. T. COLLINS, 6,ooo persons have frequently had a habitation. The Winter palace nt St. Peters burg, the residence ol the czar of Rus. sia, is probably the second largest. The palace at Veisailles, which used to be the residence of the klnes of France, is a huge place. In iti best days it accommodated 10,000 persodS, courtiers, dependents, etc., of the royal family. When one considers that the largest hotel In this country only accommodates about 1.500 people, the size nf the palace may be - HARTFORD. UNEXCELLED AT BARGAINS Barrett's Ferry, 15th, Ky. In order to make room for the vast amount of Shoes that I will have in by July make tho following offer on tho remaining 300 pairs I now have: 5c on each pair will buy any shoo in my house and the small profit of eight per cent, will buy any other goods. These prices on shoes only last till July 15. judged A of. A A . I .A A. . A. .A. j. HDocsvwip Are your nerves wesk? Can't you steep well? Pain In your back? Lack enerey? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Bolls or pimples? These are sure signs of poisoning. From, w'lat poisons? From poions that are always found in constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body esch day, ss nsture M : pay 9c and lie for making. and pay every Saturday. at once. I also want Twenty-fiv- e Tio Makers Wanted. I have first-clas- Good Tie Makers s timber and will Will take up 4 1 nk.l.ni-.- . r.. ..im IW h. n WW . M.V .UU.HUV., absorbed Into the blood, al- ways csuslng Suffering and intended, these poisonous J 4 1 frequently csuslng severe disease, There Is a cpmmon sense cure. Thanking my many customers for past favors and soliciting a continuance of same, Yours Respectfully, I am one-hors- AVER tr3rrfmr'mKvrivrymt9rwmirrti The Smith Premier Typewriter ...It Ox.,, bow-wow- PILLS Tbey dally insure an essy snd nstursl movement of the bowols. You will find thai the use of Economical Writing Machine. f X Constructed en tcUnHflc prtnctpUl tnS of tlmpU pxrtt. It Is On tuott iSuttlU OASTOR1A. nucnim mu. Hrpilr tills trtrtjuctj to tht minimum. Utslht BtjtYjlut Writer. AAferM Citdlyot. tiw Smllh Premier Typewriter Company, 215 J '421 Walnut Bt., Cincinnati, O. (c s arsaparlla with tbe pills will hasten recovery, it cleanses the blood from si! Impurities snd s a great tonic to the nerves. lit. lnu.t anittt.ut phyllel.u. la b. Untl.4 Hum Till IU ilor Jtt.l bow you ai. ..ff.rlug. .loa Will l.c.K. Ik. Vl mtJlMUdlW. Aycr's 5th St. Loulsvillo, Ky t WEBSTER'S ard authority." LINTERISAriONAL It cicala la tho eato with which tho ere Onda t ha word souht In oovuraor of iloflnltlon i In effect-- T DICTIONARY taothpdi of Indicating pronunciation i In tana and eomprobeiulr ataUwenta of faoia aiul In practical worLlpc dlotlonarjr. tfpttlmen voott. H- e- xnt on apflttoilon. Co., PutUH, SpiW.U. Mm., U. S. A. .IcC Martina - liyii "Icointaoulttoallaatlieonayrcatstand. ewer, Juitlcs ol U.S. Supreme Court, t 1 YfrtC (ho Boctor. Onr Mfrdleal !partmnt ha. ona unui q'ajTjM. . . - - .tWaSJMatitrV' . Ai - - JbiAfelraL aV.auaUusi ! i'". "EL-fl- f ' i. ii ' iliiisJiMiilii'J" gSJMjj tittiAJti- - - - naamMthalaMiSafc ' Vtnrtiai i .. I. .,!.. ....1JJ. J.'.yfft1, lrftitl. -- flgg.ii.i..imirf 11 B&tnm- - SUMMER SPECIALS. Mid-Summer "Ever? Path Hath a Fuddle." v Pair & Co., the leaders of Dry Goods Ihe puddle inisthe pathway of most lives a defective trade, have received a complete line of circulation due to a. blood supwear, and will offer for the next ply that instead of growing ten days Special Inducements in all Departments. Note our prices. Come and examine the quality. Liriif i fast Black Hots Mcu'i lioav v Socki e SPROIAIaS. , Yard-widHleach (00 lime) .. .1 Mcu'i heavy 8uipender Sample line Ladle Veit taped neck 6c; regular 10c quality. Towel h ... ....lOo 6Uc Paraol 2tHnchcs 150Y8 ivPCO 1 ADU Youth 4 long X AOU Men's black Loiter Xi Ice linen suit a CotU. Extra erey Tricot Suits 16. Cml'tll WAAu OUltle Men' wool FauU$1.25. Ladle ttett'i OLaOTHING. Otbr want $10 lor lame. Best line in Hartford. II elariflei, purlflei and strengthen the blood, and when tbi 1 accomSo plished, the vital organ, liter, lung, 3Po kidney, bowel, are all braced and invigorated. It new diiappointt. Dye pepela " Battered eTerj'&tnf; bat year with dripepila. Nothing ZOO death tor vOC 60 5o 5o clear and strong like a mountain brook, is stagnant and impure. Puddles maybe purified, however, and become limpidstreams. That is what Hood's Sarsaparilla does with human blood. Sunday when they reatlxed that one of their number was to be with them no more. She leaves two children nearly grown and four brothers and three sisters to mourn her departure She was the sister of Fitzhugh and J. B. Renfrow, of Narrows. Her re mains were interred at Sand Rock Hill, near Sulphur Springs, and her funeral preached by Rev Grant Reynolds, of Fordsvllle, Ky. May we all strive to gain ns glorious reward as she and know, that our loss Is her gain. A Friend. Prol. R. G Cox wilt give the people of Hartford a rare musical treat Saturday evening, June 4. Prof, Cox Is one of the best musicians who haa ever done work In this section ot the State. He has one of the best trains ed Orchestras in the country and to him alone is due the credit for their great proficiency. This will be a rare treat and the people should make use of the opportunity to hear this great musical band. OENTCRTOWN, KY. Mrs. Howard, on Foster, and daughter, Myrtle, of Owenaboro, are visiting the families ofC L Woods ward and Isaac Foster, Jr., of this place. Mrs. Berry Tichenor, of Point Pleasant, is visiting the family of Dr. B.F. Tichenor. Mrs. O B. Boskett is attending the Summer Normal at Hartford. Mr. Armlstead Jones, of Muhlens buTg county, spent a few days here lait week. Miss Dena Woodward, after spending a term in Beaver Dam school, has returned to her home near here. II. Davis Profs. P. II. Ross and-H- . attended the teachers meeting at Baav er Dam, the 3d of June, and were pleased with their trip. They, with other teachers are preparing to attend another educational association to be held at Beaver Dam the last day of June and the first day of July. Republicans of the precinct met here last Monday, and delegates were selected to attend the county conven tion at Hartford on the 8th Inst. Bet ter be up and doing, get your forces readyjfor the coming election; do not wait until time for the county ticket to be elected and then wonder why some of the boya are kicked out of Prepare now lor the the trenches. work, and let us make a sure thing ot R. C. Jarnagln and Howard, In our last letter it was slate, Instead of state we asked you to take a peep at, when our county officers are to be elected. We want and must have sober, clean and level headed men to fill all of our offices, and stop this swap vote at the election. Hurrah for the teachers meeting, the Republican man lor Representative and Senator aud the Republican party . Dixib. all around. "Saved Her Life." 1. INTERESTING DAYS . AT 1, .1.00 i Jo Ol0 Bee u before buying. relieved m nntll I took Hood's Barsapa- rllU and It nade and ktpt ro well. Can Mai. with." tit anjthtnt IMill, Danbarr. Conn.Kcorai Moarnr, Hull's year I inflered Impure) Weoet-TI- re The case against D. M. Matthews, with pimples on face and body. Ilood'i Bartaparllla cured m permanently. It C. C Miller and Wm. Mitchell, mem. also cured my father's carbuncles." Aliiit ber board oi trustee ot the fine button or lace Shoe.. Men' fine Shoe, lac or congreta Beit on earth $1.50 Men' fine Sboei. Good grain plow Sboei..... liiy box calf Shoe. Child 61ipier. Ladio Ian Rlippen...... Ladle Black Slipper SHOES- - .....$1.00 1.00 1.00 tl 13: It I Ladies' black slippers soc, actual value 75c. Ladies' black or tan slips .11.00 pen, regular $1 goods, go at 75c One oOoto l.uo lot of children's slippers, sizes 3's to .. 6's, rezniar 7SC quality, go at 50c 60o One lot, sizes s's to 8's in blacker tan, former price Si. will close out at 79c, GENERAL NEWS NOTES. One lot S's to ia's in. black or tan. cheap at I1.35, go at Si per pair. One Big line laraple Bhirti at 60s on the dollar. STAPLE DRY GOODS. 60 The French cabinet has resigded. lot, sizes 13 a to a's, big bargains at $1.00 fine ihirt Good calicoes, worth 5c, still go at $1 50, go now at $1.39. We carry a 38c 7Cc fine Hbirt Bob Fltzslmmons last fight in New line of men's and boya' fine shoes in 4c; 4c calicoes at 3c. Nice line aprea "He 60c fine Shirt York netted him $35,000. black or tan for si to S3 so per pair. and dress gingham, worth anywhere Fine Bilk bosom The temperature shot up to 103 at Give us a trial in. this line and we are from 6c to 8c a yard, go at 5c. Bleach A60o Beautiful Pud bosom Shirt per sure to sen you. in men s neavy cotton 4c Heavy domestic Columbia, S. C, Saturday. 26c; 35oand60 Men' work Spirit The lUrtlord Tretonlan club gave a goods we will give you a good solid yard or 4c by the bolt. We also have Striking operatives tied up the shoe for Si, actual value $1.25. We a fine line of wash goods in Lawns, The Republicans of the Hartford party at the home of Miss Georgia Magisterial District are hereby called street cars at Cleveland, Ohio. MID-SUMMalso have a lew pair of men's heavy Piques, Linens, Percales', which go at Wedding laat Friday evening. to meet in delegated convention at 35c to $2.60 CERALVO, KY. greatly reduced figures. Congressman R. P. Bland if dan- jr 05 quality, to go at si 40. Latest in Bailor Hartlord, July3, 1899, loa.m.iortbe $1.00 up ? gerously ill at hla home in Missouri. Prof. P. A. Gary will go to Beautiful trimmed bat....'. ot nominating a candidate for purpose Mrs. Laura Klmmel, Paradise, is r, on business con- Magistrate in the Hartlord Magisterial Pretty Flower, Cbiflbni, Ribbom, Lace. Theo good we are ciwing Joseph Lipps killed his Mrs. George George Baumeister, at Louisville ont regardleajot former price nected with the colored public school District. Each of the precincts com visiting her daughter, Monday. posing said district shall meet in mass Casebler. at that place. o Tim Jeffries licked Bob Fltzslmmons convention at its usual voting place Mr. Kern Retd, our new merchant, Beautiful" wide Bea Iiland Percala..9c Hon. Jess T. Cornell, candidate for on July 1st at I o'clock for the pur- has moved in town. in the eleventh round in New York Yard wide Perca!.. 7c 1'ercaU. . 121o verjr latett lor waist. 3Gincb Madras Cloth. .12c Sheer the Democratic nomination for State pose of selecting delegates to the conMiss Nola Ilcr, Hartlord, is visiting Saturday night. GingOrgandie.. 6c, 7c, 10c. White and figured Pique. ,10c. Bilk Organ-- , Treasurer, spoke at the court house vention at Hartford July 3d. The General association of the relatives here. The basis of representation in said ! Baptists of Kentucky meets in Mt. ham. .33c. India Llnm..4o. Solid Organdie.. 10a Fancy last night. Mr. Gosnell has many district convention shall be I vote for Capt. P. Jones and wife are visiting Sterling next Saturday. lOo. We ibow more oJ these good than other combine. Viiit die. .80 and friends In Ohio county who will give 35 or fraction over is votes cast Mrs. Jones sister, in Woodland Mills, lample. cfh ui or tend for The grandstand of the Old Ken bint loyal support in the convention. tor Bailey In 1897. Tenn. Is now used tucky Kn.r. InwAtitMlr before bovincr. and that mean that we tell them. Quite crowd attended the decora The precincts composing the disnwi Mrs. Dora Byers spent last week as a Sunday-schoroom. We car huv riirhL We have no burdensome expene. will be entitled to the following with her mother here. trict tra wii.? tion services at Oakwood cemetery representation: Au electric railroad from Calhoun East Hartford 6, ry the bigget itock. We have the loweit price. Mrs. J, H. Richardson is visiting to Owensboro is interesting Daviess Tuesday alternoon by Rough River West Hartford 4, Beda 4, Sulphur friends and relatives in Cadiz, Trigg and McLean county people. ChickBns.your Lodge No. 110, Knlghtaof Pythias, Springs 5, Magan 6. We county. John P. Morton, Ch'tn'n. Ginseng. Appropriate services will beheld once A mare belonging to Jacob Harmon, Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win Wool M. S. Ragland, Sec'y. Miss Price Garrett is visiting In near Wlnsor. Mo., last week foa'cd success in life. This being conceded, it is of first importance to get your each year in honor ot deceased mem twin colts, one mule and the other a tnining at the school that stands in the very front rank. rCromwell. hers of the above order. Five Generations. Mr. Chsrles Fergerson , of this place, horse colt. They are both living and & Slratlon College, doing well. of moved tq Rockport Tuesday. Mr. Andy Hook, brother-in-lajODUTIIXE, SENTCCKT. Mrs. Mary B. Rowe, wife of Thomaa Thirty white caps went to the Lodis. Mrs. B. I. Hudson, of this place, died ) Seven experienced teachera. each one a specialist la home of E. A. Woodbright, a Warren SHORTHAND, bis line. Graduates of this college preferred by at his home in New Albany, Ind., Rowe, Sr., deceased, and daughter of " county farmer, and gave him fifty ) ness homes. Write for a beautiful book giving tea- -, June 10th, ol a complication of dlsi John and Amelia B. Maddox, the Tax-Payer- s, lasnes, and Woodbrient was accused timoniais irom graduates occupying prominent positions all over me subject oi this sketch, was born May Mr. Hook was sixty-fou- r eases. of caicken stealing. 28 United States It will be mailed to you FREE. years of age. He leaves a wife and 10th, 1820, and was married July, The celebrated French political prls 1836. She is still living and i the Calico 3 tfc to 5c Carson & Co. oner, Capt. Dreyfus, has been taken one son and a host ot friends to mourn cer-fie- d from bis confinement on Devil's Mr. Hook formerly lived In mother of nine children, all Kvcd to Field's 'bus meets all trains at his loss. to the French Capital where he be grown and married, except the Hartford and was vell known Beaver Dam. will have a new trial. youngest, who died In Infancy. The FRIDAY, JUNB 16. of this community. older clti-cchildren ate: Amelia B., deceased Bring your Chickens, Bggs', Feath"Trust sot to appearances," but Mr. Cook Bean, whole employed at wife of A. T. Williams, ot Rockport, Co. ers and Wool to Carson , India Linen 4c to 35c put your faith in Hood's Sarsaparilla, the stave factory here, met with a Ky.; Elizabeth, deceased wife of Q S. Carson & Co. Mrs. A. A. May and children, Beryl painful accident Tuesday morning, which never disappoints. It Is the Southard, of McIIenry, Ky.; Samuel pen- best medicine money can bny. kinds, and Bllts.whohave been vial tUg Mr He was removing blocks from the Rowe.ofLeltchfield.Ky.; Lewi Rowe, Farming implements of all , Mrs. A. M. Bar- - eauallzlner saws aud cot his teft May's for sale by Henry Field & Son. Paulina, deceased wife T Care Oenstlpatleis nett,returned to Owcusboro last Suns band caught in the saw and badly of Bchols, Ky.; Take Ouetrela Candy Calharlle. ICooMe. of D, A. Maddox, deceased,of Cerslvo, Ladles aeamle Hoae three pair fer day. It CI C. C. fall to cur., drariisu refund taoatj. lacerated, The second and third fing Ky.; Bernice M., wife of L. P. Downs, Carson & Co. ,5C MrsGeo. Klein left Wednesday for ers of his left band tfere cut very of South Carrollton, Ky.; Edmund F. If the Dispatch can be held down, Goto Weiterfield & Miller's for Blcknell, Ind., where he Is now lo nearly off, and, but for the protection Rowe, of Render. Ky., and Martha It , Louisville seems In a fair way to re bacon and chickens. cated. We regret giving him to our of a heavy buckskin elove, would frest meats, lard, turn to the Democrats. Crittenden wile of George Smith, of Central City, m (, sister State, but wish him all the good doubtless have been entirely so. Dr. Ky. Aunt "Polly," as she Is familiPress, Udiea Vests, six for 35c- BEDA, KY. luck obtainable. Ford dressed his hand and he Is doing arly known,has had 69 grandchildren, Carson & Co. and one great- Field & Son have secured an extra very well. 53 Tune 14. As I have seen nothing Burst See Miis SuQord for Millinery f mimttlmtinittoititl stable end now have ample room to Co. Carson & from Beda lor sometime, I will drop a Miss Mary Towles Sasseen, of HenGood. m w accommodate all their customers, lew lines. candidate for the Democratic JINGO, KY. Messrs. Sam Galuea and Perry The politest attention and the best of derson, Not much sickness in our communl for Superintendent of nomination Fordsvllle, were In town feed for your horses. Cooper, A Gift Of $38,000,000. Farmers art busy harvesting their ty at this writing. Public Instruction, spoke to a small Monday. The towns of Rockport and Echols crowd at the court house here Tuest grain. Grasshoppers are busy cutting Mr. Lane Sanders, near Beda, died The property recently deeded to the Thursday, June 8th, of consumption. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Bean, Snlphur have quarantined against McIIenry, day morning. Miss Sasseen said she tobacco. Quite a crowd of our youngsters at- HU remains were laid In the family Leland Stanford Junior University by Sptln'gs. visited relative In Hartford Wllllauu, Render, Taylor Mines and was a Democrat because she had sljt tended the Children's Day at Wash graveyard of Mrs, Harris Newcomb to Mrs. Stanford is said to be worth all country cast of Bchols for fear of ty cousins who voted that ticket. ington Sunday. Sunday. $38,000,000. All of Mrs. Stanford's smallpox. Guards have Rockport She said she was the only candidate George York went to Central await the Resurrection morn. He Mr. Hon. Ben D. Rlngo attended the and Echols surrounded. fit for the job, and we are Inclined to City last week in pursuit of a job of leaves a wife and four little children vast property is expected to go to the Good Roads Convention at LexingMiss Sasseen hauling. to battle with old mother earth until university at her death. Pathfinder, For the Democratic State Conven- credit her atatcment ton Saturday. Miss Mollle Davis attended the God sees fit to call them away. He is a bright cultivated lady and made Tsar lift Doat Toktete lelt aa tion at Lonlavllle, June at, 1899, the Inneral at Vine Grove laat Sunday. was an honest christian gentleman. To Quit tnbaceo ullj and foreter, be Mrs. Martha Wlmsatt. an estlma-bl- e Illinois Central railroad will tell a good impression on the local DemocMr. Louis P. Chspman went to His funeral was preached by Rev. J. aelle, full ot lite, Dtrre and Tlor, take We come in haste,notsomuch on ac, christian lady of Narrows died of round trip ticket from Beaver Dam, racy. tost makes weak m the Caneyville last Saturday to work on u&AvziJb-- y A. Bennett. May God'a blessings at- atronf. AU dniftlsu, lOo or II. Cuurusr-Led- . P00R5 count of a pressing engagement with measles Saturday. June 30 and at for this occasion lor died at her the railroad. Mrs. Martha Jk Wlmsatt you as from the fact that we had no bereaved widow and orphans SterlingDooklsl aad asmple free. Address Hmedj Co., CMer or New York. Mr. Adolphus Murphy was the tend the m BUHUlLr Prof. A. P. Taylor, who has been In $4 so limited to June 34. cow catcher on behind. Now that we residence at Narrows Friday morning, I m guest of Mr. Tom Taylor, near Hart- through life. W. Fkkd Lono, Agent. are bete let us remind you" of the tact Klrkmansville, Todd county, returned June 9th ot typhoid fever, the result of ford, last Sunday. There was a large congregation at Goebel will never be the Democratthat to Hartford Sunday. la quite sick at Washington Sunday, it being Chil- ic nominee for Governor. Not only entered Ksq. A. S Aull'a measlea. She was 43 years of age and Thieves Mrs Jack- Crabtrte THEO. E. RECHTIH and John P. drug store at Auburn, Logan'countVi the widow of Felix Wlmsatt. She this writing. Attorneys B. P. Neal dren's day. Ample provisions were will he fall to get the gubernatorial Has on hand at the present time, the Sun-dawas a noble christian lady, one who Master Dudley Chapman spent on the ground for everybody. Good chair, but he will be in luck if he seMorton attended Eq. Taylor's court one night last week and carried away best assortment of lumbers that can be death in Hartford. While we think of found anywhere order and nice recitations, also good cures the executive's pardon when at Cromwell Saturday. about $300 worth of jewelry, watches, never feared to do right. In her !3mJ- the community sustains a loss that John L. Allen made a flying trip to music by the choir. It, let us give you a few pointers on honest men get their dues. DisMr, F. J. Keller haspurchsied the rator. etc Kf q. Aull was formerly can never be repaired this side of eter- Beaver Dam last Sunday evening. county and hi legion patch. Our'llfels passing swlltly by, Merest of Mr. B. F. 'Morris In the a citizen of this Mr,. Tom Duncan and Delbert Yates, member of Why should we so Idle be, of friends here deplore bis misfortune. nity. She was au earnest f who have been engaged In working at at this place. stave factory was For we too must surely die. The thieves have not yet been caught. the Sunday school at Narrows', Cidd's stave mill for the past year, He buys in large quantities and in that way can get the very lowest price. there every Sunday as long as she Have .resigned their job and goue to Why is it that people seek for high Prof. R. G. Cox and Mr. F. O. Ausmake It all and we are willing to divide with yon. not II We dowant want totrade and will name yoa prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, received a carload of wss able to go. The faces of the pu. Haitlord to work at the new stave We your We tin, of Beaver Dam, were pleasant Plows,have Just er offices, higher salaries and higher :! and pits and officers wore a sad look last factory. Harrows, Cultivators Toccn Flooring, Celling, Weatherboardlng, etc., callers at this office Wednesday, social circles In this lift? You never Drills of the best make to be had and Dreparedto aaveyou money on anything around the heaithstone JPOCJ&WIBID." hear "JPSMMP liS?'W IBS Mr. K. L. Herring and family have are machinery. Call and see or public gatherings about living a Whltesvllle, where they alt kinds of Por the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house returned from us before buying. Aeenta lor ue higher christian life, I think. One visited Mr. R. F. Bell and family. Cormick's, the King of harvesting If not, something must be de3. thing is when we go to church to hear machinery. ' A set of Chaira $1.50, Jledsteads Henry Field & Son. a sermon the preacher has something ' wrong with Its food. If th ; Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor. 7th & JnglcKvanavllle, Ind. lor Catalefw. Agent for too Bel rM.nl riftaten, to sav about war ana politics or ! I mother's milk doesn't bow . . Jl.50 and a good Oak Dresser at $8 AaaV The Masonic order of Hartford haa Carson & Co. money.andyoucan rarely hear a good . . Ish it, she needs SCOTTS called in the announcement of the Bible sermon. I am longing 'EMULSION. It supplks the ; The fruit crop In this county Is the picnic which wirt to have been given to ace an old time revival when every. elements of fat requlrtxt for , several years. Only two at the Fair Grounds, Jnue 34th, on ac smallest for body will lay aside prejudice, malice - - the baby. If baby is not ; or three sections report any peaches count of smallpox being prevalent in and batted, and work together for the ; ; nourished lis aniiicui , . neighboring towns. It is the desire Messrs. R. R. Wedding and Jno II. saving of souls and to the pulling . - food, then it requires WILL GIVE ; ; a lew days at of the people of the county to prevent Thomas are spending of Satan, down the strongholds the spread of this disease and to this Sulphur Springs and Narrows this Christians should be more Christ like end a rigid quarantine should be enweek. and no( worldly minded. Show to forced and as few public gatherings as the world that you are christians in ' Mr. Henry Griffin and daughter, poaalble should be assembled, Half a teaspoonfut three ' deed and truth, not given to worldly Miss Bdna,and David Miller left Wed- or four times a day in Ui',', Fiauk Culver, a traveling agent for luats and qnick temper, Calm and neaday on steamer Scioto for BIcks . bottle will have the We have come to the Farmer'a Kescue with Prices rent la twain with a Chicago picture enlarging establishIn all your dealings nell, Ind. the determination that he shall not endure hard labor If be will only buy i resolute, upright K seems to have a ; ; This Is the Boat Company In Wostorn Kontuoky, ment, wss arrested nt Fordsvllle Satwoild ' ' effect with your fellowmen. Let the our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Caltlvator. ! ! Judge Jas. P. Miller and County urday, charged with detaining a wo- Composed of maiical effect upon babkc . Neither (ball he be troubled aad worried with brajaklag and lost) of time. say what it may, I am for Christ, attended the man against her will. Mrs, Brook, . . mhT children. Attorney M. L Heavrlu A Farmer, before buying elsewhere, cosae aad esanUne our large stock Good Road convention at Lexington respectable widow ot Fordvllle,l the the truth ' ' of Implements of every descrlptfon. PteWi. Cultivators, Harrow; DrJIta, ) 'ioma-Wagons, &c &c. , , . Saturday. ift.iMsMlltfi. Cnlver was ar4a9 AiU ywfrTvaj party aggrieved W .w Will render some very difficult and beautiful music, artlitlo aolos ou difStacks, raigned in Police Court Tuesday aad ' ' StouM Itf'awaMMr cM When in need' of Smoke ATTORNEY AT LAW, the actio, of the ferent InttrumenU; beautiful song by the boat singers, accompanied by trM m waetorv HAKTmRtt, KY. Grate Bars, Implrators, Governors, held over to await the Orchestra. The iWtviM Etprtu says ; L well known in Special attention given to all bullXOTTTttfec!-ku,i!jwYiBrass goods, etc., call on McIIenry grand Jury, Culver l. ' ae entrusted to bis care. Office la ' r ' taAVBR DAM, KBriTOClfY.1 & Machine Co., Hartford, having c.nvassed the town Manufacturing 34 Court Uomc. In twice in the Interest of hi Iuhmc. f McIIenty, Ky. u-f- ........ ..................... ............. ... .............. ........... ..... .. .oc SHIRTS- 8blrt.......................t.............i-L- Graded Common School ni.trlof charged with malfeasance It li our family medicine, aa we all take it." and neglect oi duty while In office was Mat. II. O, Wmmtlit, Fort Chester. N. Y. set ior ten" o'clock yesterday, at which time the defendants, through their attorneys, Rtngo and Glenn, filed In f ulwfM Circuit Court an Injunction suit and , mu nt. iitw in.. tb. m.irTitur j caused to be issued a restraining order l . a a ly .ik.HU ttUVl allk HutJ'a aYautlla' ..it ..il wnicn aeiays ine mauer nniu runner action of court. The defendant, the We sell two spools Thread 5c County Superintendent, will file an Carson & Co. awer to the anlt and appear before All kinds ol summer Lawns, Or Circuit Court now in session at Owens boro and ask that the restraining order gandies, Piques, at Carson 8t Co's. be revoked. Ladles Oxford Ties 50c to $2.00. Carson & Co. Magisterial Convontlon. I Erya4elM-"M- k. ciurr, Tuiun ciiy, uau y of the nVr.ffiSkSriiSE: 'J'lm Utile girl li jmw fat Fordsvllle I ", J&gd&SaMafa I JOIIN WALLET, of Jeffartoa, tban whom none la more hit hly esteemed or widely known, write. "InlKOIbadaaoTere attack ot LaOrlppt and at the end of four month,. In tplU of al pby.lclau, friend, and rood nnnlnf eonld do, my lung, heart and nerroni ey.tem were to completely wrecked, my life was despaired of, my friend Wins m up. 1 could only deep by the uto ot opiate. My lunsi and heart pained me terribly and my eouih waa most aigraratln. I could not He In on position but a short time and not 00 my left side at all. My husband broubt tae Dr. Miles' N.rrlne and Heart Cure and I be- -f an UVtnr. them. When I had taken a half bottle ot each I waa much better and continuing persistently I took about a doien bottle and waa completely restored to health to theeurprlseof all." Or. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drat-- f lata under a posltlre guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on disease of the heart and n.rTM free. Address, DB. MILES MEDICAL 00, Elkhart, Ind. MRS. month Our showers of bargains this Pim.. "will discount any that we have formerly tiffertd. and the assortment in every department' it so complete that any taste cannot faiiitoito suited. Below we quote a few prices of 'our; greatest drives: NOTIONS. We sell yon a good pair ladies' hose for 5C, or six for 35c; better grade 10c, or three for 35c. One lot ladles' black hose 15c per pair, or two for 35c, worth Ladiea' ribbed vests 5c 30c per pair to 35c Ladles' and gentlemen's belts to 35c, worth 35c and 60c. A nice 35c line pufl bosom shirts in all slits go at 50c, actual value 75c Gentlemen's nice balbtlgan undershirts only 20c, regular 35c goods ; better grade 35c, worth soc. Men's drilling drawers 30c. or two pair for 35c, regular 35c quality, One lot men a bleacned drill ing drawer go at 50c a pair, worm 75c. liii I HATS AND CAPS. There Is no better line canted la Ohio county than we carry. We will sell you a boy's nice atraw hat for ice, worth 20c ; better grades from 35c to joe Men's nice straw bats for 35c regular 35c goods. Men's and boya wool and fur hats st 35c to $4 If you need anything In this line call and see us. We are sure to please you. CLOTHING. Twelve pair boys' knee pants, sizes 6 to 15 yean, regular 35c pants, go at 25c per pair. Boys' aulU(knee pnata) boya' 65c, worth 90c. Twenty-fou- r aultafknee pants) $1,49, would bea We can show yoa a bargain at Si. 75 line at $2 56 that are great value. Iff alee men's clothing we will sell yc suit tor $3 75 that would be a barfaJs at S3 50, We alio have a beautiful lfae running from $6 to SI o. Come to see us when you need a suit and yoa ate sure to carry one home with yoa. SHOES AND SLIPPERS. 4c ER MIIaLINERY. le step-fathe- WASH GOODS. h thanking you for past favors and' trusting you will come and get some So these bargains, we are, yours truly, Racing-Associatio- We want your Eggs, Feathers and Ginseng J. E. F06LE & CO. HAHTFORD v'''''''''''''','''' aK..,. TEMPLE FASHION OF want your Eggs.your and Feathers, A Bcisiness She Bryant dae&iioir; Sasiness BOOK-KEEPIN- G, Fair & Co., Prop'ps. Hartford Republican. e ns Notice. Taxes for State and county are now by the Auditor lor collection. So you will please settle IS SPRING IS iW HEBE IT LIST at once and save S. T. alster-ln-law- alties and cost, as taxes MUST he paid. Tor-eve- Stevens, Sheriff Ohio County. a VORXA. You will find us prepared with a full lind of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Milliner Goods, Shoes, Slippers, &c., which will bsl sold at prices that defy competition. Will give you prices next week. We want your Poultry, Geese, Turkeys, Wool and all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market price., Yours to please, S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. ix. o( "Hlmkiti..1' wonder-worker- , fflw. - y .ijii''''ee)ie' Does THEO. E. RECHTIN. Mr-No- t, the tSi 1 1 iiiiii. SATURDAY WIGHT. iBaby Thriven Plitn' thbo. riHJEscixdcaasr, a.a R G. A Cox's Orchestra, Brass Band & Soloists , 24. old-tim- e ! ', , ; w CAPTURED! Labor and trouble. Grand Concert in Court Hall, It "We Have Mot the Enemy andJThoy Are Ours" High Prices, Hard Scott's Emulsion:: &sk4 ', , 20 MUSICIANS .20 P--- MtyM - JOHN P. WORTdN . Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. "Saturday night was a musical treat such as our citizens had never enjoyed before this city." I Miii'''v' '''''' Tfrilli&ms & Williams. '" "'" WliW'uu' i . ipn V1 F"W tj-'- - ".JpBfr'SpHaQif'lt'qpainM if r ti WlllHlnrml'IWWl''"'W'''"rt,'" .Hi. .Via Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNB 16 CAST0R1A Tor Infanta and Children. Tho Bast RIvorTunnol. The development of, rapid transit in Greater New York has boon great ly stimulated by the passage ol the bill authorising the construction of a ral road tunnel from Brooklyn to the lower end oi Manhattan Island, and the bill providing for the removal of the Long Island Railroad tracks from The present Atlautio Avenue. Bchemcs covered by these measures contemplate a through route from an underground terminus in lower New York to couneet with the extensive suburban railroad system of Long Island. It la also proposed ultimate ly to extend tho tunnel beneath tho Hudson River lo connect with the Pennsylvania Railroad terminus in Jersey City, We have frequently pointed out in the Scientific American that tho dif ficulties of the rapid transit problem In this city were duo to peculiar topo graphical conditions. Manhattan Island Is hemmed in on three sides by a wide stretch of water, which in every direction but one has prevented unbroken railroad communication with the outlying suburbs. The only direct means of exit by a suburban railroad Is to the north over the lines of the New York Central system. True it is there is an excellont street car service and a more hmitated service of elevated can running from New York to the outlying districts of Brooklyn; but it is not the kind of ot express service which alone is capable of carrying business men in reasonable time to and from their subur ban homes. We doubt whether the new East River bridge will afford tbo necessary connection for a service of the kind desired, for, while it will form another valuable connection be tween the street and elevated railway systems of New York and Brooklyn, there has been no proposal to use it for the running of express suburban trains. The new tunnel, however.by reason of its direct connection with the Long Island Railroad through the depressed tracks on Atlantio Avenue, will aflord every facility for running fast trains of several cars each from lower New York to tho outlying suburbs of Brooklyn, and it is to be hoped that in determining on the final dimensions of the tunnel, rolling stock, etc , the company, having in mind the phe noraenal growth which is in store for any residential districts that may be thrown into easy touch with the bus in ess centers ot the city, will lay oul both the tunnel and its equipment on a most liberal scale. The depth of the tunnel has been governed by the necemry depth of the future New Jersey extension, which is estimated at 30 feet below tbe bed of the North River. Beneath the East River the road will be car ried in two separate circular tunnels, after plans successfully adopted in tho later London underground railways. Tbe diameter of each tube lias been placed at 14 feet 6 inches, and hence we infer that cars of special design, smaller than the standard railway coach, are to be used in the tunnel. This would, of course, prevent tho running of standard through trains from any part ot Long Island to Manhattan Island, and for reasons stated above would indicate a' failure on the part of the promoters to realize the possibilities of tbe tunnel. The difference in cost between the tunnel proposed and one of standard railroad dimensions would not be prohibitive, and would be bandsome ly repaid in its enlarged usefulness, especially when the New Jersey con nection shall have been made. Sci entific American, BuntU Blgutut tr v. ..i.aTMKiKifir- - The Kind You Have Always Bought Simllaling tftcroodhndUtsuIa-lir- g Uic 5 tomfids midBoVich of Bears the Signature of PromotosDigcsUoaCheeiful- - Not Naiic otic. OpMm.Morpl.lne norUiacraL M The jarnvfOUarSWUZLBTCXa JUrfmSmJ- tawraaaa a very occasional man who cares to the enterprise, was the host and the be bothered with his wile's troubles; master of ceremonies. Mrs. Gee, the be may expect you to hear and share wife of tbr f cctetaiy, ected as hostess all his, but he looks for nothing but and a beautiful woman she is The brightness and joy from you. J. to pie ot Holly came In to tuctt tur It rests with yourself whether you parly, and Mr. Wiley sent tor some tbnk it wotth while to humor him or local musicians. It was a hearty af not. Only, if you do not give him fair, and ever body had a good time ; the consolation he want he will g but the most interectlug fcutuie was elsewhete for it. Once lose him in the manner In which the figuies were ' this way and you may consider hint called ofT by the floor manager, a lost (orever. Yju must be to your prominent rancheio ot tbe cow cun- husband what he wishes you to be; try, who dismounted from his bronco never mind whether it is wlut you and dropped his latlat to join the fes want to be or not; he nny not want tivities. He was evidently used to to be happy in your wty, so do your the duties and enjoyed them, and in a best to nuke him happy in his w.iy. sort ol obbligato to the tegular music No mm likes to see hu wlte look of tbe dance he suug these words for a log untidy, or cross, or miserable; quadrille: there may have been many to make "Balance one and "balance eight; you so, but all too trival to explain Swing 'em on a corner like you swing to him. The wile who wants to keep 'em on a gate; her husband's love must make up her Pow to) our lady and then promenade; mind to work hard for it. First couple out to t'e couple on the ' J MDiml !) Tall I ho Jour 1m ad' vBiuoa, tind )oii irei uuioui ro'iit ' rpateO, and out ot tune, with your patoinnrh ruur anil 110 aiillte, Just pnuj niHUkaijon r UVeCVTVfc'.5&va, ?30 3 OS trr. "h Professional Cai?ds. 3E- - ti'l takn a dole, from 1 to 4 Vim will lm Mirprl-iu- l at luw vunlir I On) willilo the Ir Ttork, euro )tiuH 'tMdnilK und lll usui.-- ;. fouso tlu'c il cr miJ iiinkn 1111 r, r runny ncalii. t 41 ictus. Sulil by nil iimll. Ino iloalerj. rf Mood's Piiis ' pill. ATTORNEY- - AT- - LA W, I'oiiiM-- i 11,1,1, UKiiri'tiii, H il practico his prolcasiim lu all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Bpecml attrition glvsii tu collections. Oflico ntxtdoorto I'ostOUice. 13. DFLoToy, J. E. Attorney at Law, In Ohio mid adjoining counties. Special attention given to nllbuaincss entrusted to bis enro. Offico with County Attorney. ilARTFOHD, KVi, W1U practice his profession Davidson, j r.DviN nowit. 1' t. l'HLIX i Rowe & Felix, I 33. 3?. JSHESJULj,. Attorney at ,eiw, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice hu iirofcsslon in all HARTFORD KY. Will practice In the Courts of Ohio the Courts of Kentucky, fjpcclal given to collections, nettle county and Court nf Appeals Prompt attention given to a'l business en "lent oi decedcut's estates, road cases Oflico up trusted to our cure. Office in Herald uii criminal practice, luildlng. Uir next door to Griffin 'sdrug store. bUELBY TAYLOit, V, tuss andLoss Ilcmclv for Cons l!oa-lion, SoucStonuich.Diaritocai worms jumvuisions.tevensiv Ancrfecl rVV Al Kind You Have 4 or Sleet, Ijuly round the lndj and the gent so lo, An' the lady round the gint. nn' the WO M EN ambition; beauty, vl. Kent don't go; or and cheerfulness soon disappear Fourhnndsholdnii'thcladt-ail- n ce dr. when the kldnejs are out of order or For pleasing results uie Iulles docedo and the gent, juu diseased. know; Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy. Atdrnggists. Sam- Chicken in a brcadpin pickiti' up the Adple bottle iree, also pamphlet. dress, Or. Kilmer & Co., Dlnghamton, N. Y. j upon the mind, .jr?,. .courages and lesrens 1VIEN 'Kidney trouble preys right: ' ' mimm 1 AC UMitiXtirt HARTFORD, KY. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his piofejslon In all the QPECIAL attention given to col' lafcJftllAtfTiaB courts o! Ohio and adjoining counties jn 1 isbuuui. uiaaiuj; alialfeAa.la vw, ri and Court of Appeals. Special atten also Notary Public for auiuaiu, Ohio County, lion given to nil assignments tu bank- umco norm slue ot public square. Xm ' Attorney af Jaw, Attorney at law r.e.leesimmebman7 in JNO. BT WILSOIir ruptcy. &jsgmliumM2? TA OTELEES I TsxSireiW Signature of NEW YOIHC. Always Bought. Not His Mother. A wosiid ot uncertain nt;e (no cer tain age, for she was well up la the thirties) boarded a car at Mount Adams. A boy, aged ten or twelve, came on at the same tlme.tind the pair took seats quite near each other. She seemed Interested in his actions, and be reciprocated in a way. When the conductor made his rounds the woman paid a single fare. "How old is that boy?" he asked. "I don't know," she replied. "Well." said the conductor, "he looks to be ten or twelve, at least,and you will have to pay his fare." "I never did," said the woman, "and I'm not going to begin now. "Then I'll have to put him off," said the conductor. "I can't help that," said the heartless woman. "I'm not going to pay his fare." At this tbe conductor looked around and discovered ata glance thatthe boy bad a nickle in his hand ready to drop it Into the hands of the conductor. "Hain't she your mother?" he asked of the boy, in an undertone. "Naw," he answered; "don't know exact copy or whappeb. MSKk GASTORIA ' dough; Turn 'em round an' round as pretty as you can, An' why in the world don't you left alamsn? Klght-han- d partner and grand right right and left, And a big-bswing and a little bug, too; IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. Swing your honey and she'll swing WARRANTED. PRIC.60cts. you, Q1UT1A. ILM., Not. IC. Wt. Fart Mlsllrlaa Co.. M louli. Mo. Anso on around. Wa aoM lutrear. njO toulaa o (Irnllcmani OmiVBIt TAHTKI.IOvl CIIIIJ, TONIC 11U hT Fromennde eight when you all get iMiutflit thr aruMalmdf thlavrar. lnalltmrx. IIP3 ug HILL J.lCwedcIing, TONIC ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATliAW, (NOTAHV I'UIIMC) -s n profession all the Wilt practice his piolession Ip all the r tuts of Ohio anil adjoining counties l Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties i d Court ol Appeals. Special atten Collections carefully and promptly at tended to. Office with T. J. fJuiith llin given to collections. & ft., Market Street. I I Kftofney atKV,Law Attorne at nw Haiitfohd, Ky. HARTl-ORD- , M. L. HEAVU1N, j Will practice his Attorney at Law, Haktkok!), Ky. R. R. WEDDING " straight." f """ (To be repeated until through ) Chicago Record. twrttnf o( II jaara. In tha dreg boMna-- a. aaf -- avf r auld an an Ida iu a- uru uuTr,iiuu ouratnilr. tialou aa jour Wwlo. Aa.NKr,CanR aCo- - . KISNTUCKY. Will practico his profession in the HARTFORD. Vill practice his profession in all tho courts oi Ohio and adjoiniur thrcouiUol Ohio and adjotninfrcoun- - counties. Also Notary Public. ciand tbe Court of Appeals. Prompt Office, in Commercial Hotel. iteutlon given toallbusineis entrust tu bla care. 5AYA.Orir Office In bulldinr;. For sale by J II. Williams. Volcanic Eruptions Are grand, bnt Skin Hruptioca rob life of joy. I3ucklen's Arnica Salve, A no cures them; aHo Old Runnlntr and I I, harmlna ll lfilT aortn. Uut It tAirra lAr.bya ba Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, At r"tir dnJial'la or mall 111 A NT TlllJJIIClI. tO Corns, Warts, Cuti, Brultes, Burns. thrrrr Sln rMU. Scalds. Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out trim 11c nux nnn Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box. m9 IIW altf-- kfcT-M- , aiatavoiR rati, W TQ K, by trrtgkl C.0.1X, tubjfet lo cttcUUc. OOE Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. H avaaaaau frrlgbl 5or and it Williams, Druggist. toutt TAtfEG &t miibu f thic Iai smw Will practice his profession In all the llouiq. . courts of Ohioaod adjoiuin(countlca Careful attention will be Riven to a Pt3rry Westerfleld, business entrusted to his care. Collections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bauk. Also Notary Public. Reiver Dak, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. o. awe. s.i3srEa?a?. Attorney at ,&w Hautx3iui, Ky. "A. e Special attention given tn all buiinee entrusted to his care. Office in Court Attorney at Law ) inHw VaQk aVk JsH -- a irfv I; MlUfMiorj 04 I1M Hardly a day passes, in families where there are children, in which itallard's SnoTT I.iniiurnt is not need-t-It quickly cures Cuts, Wounds, ttUM ttll you,I rr mw or harr d. m Ih mlidnr rtvcikk AMKXTsMr S&iEz2Bm".,. J iL MiLia II ItuV TsK ra I naF l TTCA.BBaVfb''' -- W tatlkla aA. Ml aM4MM)Btlk liridTIsV ACIItttkll rktUBOMMU. bt rrUhtC mUI YocaaatMolQ ttawUa-a- . it at jourAaart frisM Miot. and If T flnil II atatl7 aa roraat-tf- , oaaal to orraaa tbat rtUU al T Aa.HO ta UtraalaH v far batur tLaa areata asiTariUad br olbn slaja ( fralcbt affaoi SS mT, arcUI iMa vita ILM. of sta.it, aodririftitfbanrva. M 531.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE a 8ENP US OWE nOLLAP .,. fit ... I, !.. " 'A 'sweshp H0!xr?f? Phen you eo lo Arkansas or Texas you can rravel in comfort If you know how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car. The chairs are arranged so you can have a comfortable seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car is supplied with a ladles' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt junctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. It Vou are thtnklntof taklar trip, write sod iU us where you re lofng and when you will Irare. end we will ttll you bow much your ticket will cost, what train to take o aa to make the best time and connection, and anything etae we can that will help make your trip a comfortable one. Aninttrcaiingiiiiir. dookici, Aiair i TltXAS," will be mailed free to any addreai. her." of smile, as to say to Bruise?, Burns And Scalds. Price 25 and 50 cts. J. II. Williams. m. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Kts. All druggists refund money if it falls to cure ssc. The genuine has U B. Q. on each tablet. tf PIIIR. t4U Then the woman smiled a bad kind the conductor, "You ought to know a single woman when ou see her." Circinnatt Commercial-Tribune cL'iu: a 101.11 IM tl.NK my A Cowboy Danco. While we were in Colorado the other day we attended a cowboy dance. It took place in the moonlight upon tbe broad porch of the beadquarteis of the Great Plains Water Company, of Colorado, Mr. Wiley, tbe manager of Hvery arrangement riecessary fur SEARS, ROEOUCK&CO.UkOCHlUCOattL ufNUi fiufcu.-mt- .) the grchtest picnic of tbe season Is rMi aMb4k being made by the Masonic order of CC2Ei w(h ff ffpfabU Ok I In I ford, for June 24 Their organ B aiFi 3j HTamrrd V & nr ih it.nl c 3 ization is one of the best secret nrgat . In tea rul'nlhu 4yiaiiHitturo-ti!r.inar m ymi ization in the country and nny under 1 n 'rr VYSr liox K.AtUiila.Cla. taking attempted by the Masons is Cl.fl. B.CIIU'a 304. pre assured to be a sucics. th 1100 whitt ron orn nin atBt With OF STOVK air fnr 111 Utcharirtt TbU ttovt CATALOCUC. I It llu Ho, t, tod rtljrhl tr ICtfillill topUixxtft tnawl rronsbltllroB, covra, lloinic and ftatM, Unr fle. fa tiMTjr tlsvllatd Uiv ovtn door, ha.tlMr nickel rltlcii orttanMnUtloiu aM ttim minora, itr Urr oWlS grtmtnltaMfW ytwsUlu !! rirmlr bttr4 oni Unr ornimcntvd uul Hl ! w fornlfb ffttS anvitrm woodrraf. mftkirxrUft ttcw4hwnt, VI UMI k MIPllUblAIUlTlK Willi CTtry bit and miaranuo tdtlUtry to yuartaJW roadttatlon. Your lcal doaltr woul I cbarr y m tti-for nrh a itof, tb frtlffbl i only a bowl ll.w (or rarbtuomliM rMifMittl.ut lO.MI. Antrtt. si3.no BIRD. tIf hv oft free on bt Irr ., ium O r atmd Mltr. Marb n affrr m THE. ACMI OUECN iwiiai Murriaajni ptt Bav( rnnn in lUHSMaiioa inowa, waira iiratinT-a- j oirrN iriHAB iovoinl4ivwcmasvrn)winaas( lit . MaJa aaJU aarltr 4 aawuuniu&aaivi4biaTiiisaioriwiajtaiTawfeMtL 1 iwi i mi 9 iru. tuiwld auMlvaltfh aUapouMt, fcifi; ftrtti , lola HIi b i 11 iwpaartMUViU wmt- - rrt-bslrlaaa. rlailfl, C Bm tMa4r, tiUt fpiM. Olaaa rarl a4 Ts llka 0la taaaWra. til, 4 IWrTOti.trJ Tm4 lru40rra tsMlUn tffOmatt lUvas rraMrt Hm4af fttkkaHllM ! UamlttyllruaaallalRt ft ! 1 ! Diat.Ml(4k II ftlartl ll4fMt)riiivlflll4a. IHK AlMi:Qtl.l tlaa tw1KrriharalbratdIallia4.l.lcliar'.nlr i uac in UiaLichstffraUalatUatnaU.flttM wlttklluav. Lao mHInsWmisJ 1a Ufttrtaaia. Last fatrat 1 lira fUa. laatianretr Leltova uf lb tJr tfi lllfc bl 'wtttivh lid la(ln1 Wathaf ltli atkItm. battlr-AC t KUirfN furtiUhed linti tslala rraacts talrrar. 4ial p4al tr a iaat-Man I tnwrj taoriarn tasproTrraant. Wa rtnKk tlaal aa laa laryaa MniUss a a aw4aa4. t4 bf '' ata -- iTnf? tMtWat W BLV htr. WfShsiSySS If .Wflkrfl'FLjNBs.als.as.as.H BBT-a3l- "J a asaasaaasaasH ui apir lTtrll hlM uttt mi ln .. rraa. tHrtl lt a4 jmfsl?m,xmssm aa .! fra, rPramUi Ji! 3ffif?5v.' 17 3 VBaOaWS aBaasVaH aMXiSaBBaBBaaanBaVasaasal r iVl iil.. W. A. IS Celmbla MeQUOWN, Traveling Fauenfcr Aaent, C W. (ij) l!i , LOUIS VILLR. KY. LaBBAUMB. Ccn't 1'aia'r and Tkt. Aaent. f)T J.OUIS.JIO. tn UndUto; AVyaar aTuaraatra, by tbo tiiS5 tarma and orivUttfia o wbieh If Mir wa repair II IWa afrbara-a- . Try oa moathaM wa w lu nrand your eionr you aro not parfartly aatUns-d-. kmoftbraaorffana.lllbaaollfettll.1k I' mini U AT ! nri OUR HEUADILin IS ESTABLISHED wlltt u. a.kyottr aahaoraboulti. wrlta rtlurall Ih. ibll.h.r r f hi. tp.ror Mlrvtllta& M.Uib&i tUAk.orCtoraK.caaai'aKai.tUak. falcate! or lUmu Cicbaaaa Hank. K.w Tftrfc or. noi(4Ui7 la CUour. w. .Mek.l f .Mlra aaa af lhaTarrMtbaalD. Llork Cltkaso. and ainrlor naarlj t,eoa rwo4 la oar aaa balldiaa. Mnrr via aiu. OBfliRa AT rlikua, all alro anrxtUiv la raa.laal iannua.ua al lownl akolnala prlrra. Wniaats.aa ..4 ai for rrM.prcUlonran.fUaa aiwlaiaiirallaiininraaleauioaaa adama, l.,....tlt rlnk.- -, (IM.I, OripUlou atAKH, ROEBUCK A OO. SISh CHICAGO, ILL. laua a wrnt lrt la . iiiin !W2SJaS?lia3aaaaaaaaaBj ...I a. tla.aa., Fall, tj.a.at. t4 Klall la W m2Ll D M iviii " Ring Ka a LOUISVILLE, HENDEKSON & ST. LOUIS HA1LWAY COMPANY Uliiou Depot, Nrveulli lllvrr. Tlrket ortlcf, !IM t'onrili Ave. iia.xssxr 1st, loss rzisn zzt rrr:T, ElllF'irin WVilJlSHaiaUlsA vfkflrM hVJimtmOI --NT ir allBfe ' St. Louis to Louisnlle Louisville to St. Louis & West. No. 45. No 44 No. 4t. Leave Louisville 7:45a in 7:56a ui &35P m Leave St Louis Mt.Vernon " Owensboro 11:40a 111 11:58pm " Kvansville " Henderson 12:45pm 12:55am 2;2op m " RvansvIUe 1:151 111 2:46pm "Henderson 1:25a m " Owensboro " Mt.Vernon, III 3'44P tn m Arrive St Louis 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45(1 ra Leave Louisville . " Hawesville. - " Owensboro. " Henderson. Arrive Kvansville . . . . East. No. 46 8:55P m Sc Wul fiffir'TiFCMM liwfflfrwfrSi 2:45a 3:10a 4:00a 7:30a tu m m m SiJmK Bjr SttOm Ring tn the ntw W U- - Uue " We bring to you the new and true from tbo 'ne- orcstJ of Norway out the old 0Ut f1 ' '' l DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey , .7 45a m . 10:43am 11:40am I2!45p tu 1:15pm No. 41 No. 43 . . . . , . . . . 8:04pm 9:05pm lollop in 10:40pm 4:5op ra u:i8pm 12:58pm 12:55a m No. 45 8:35P tu ,9,jHV 1:25am No. 46 No. 44 Leave Kvansville 2!20p m 2:45a m 2!46p m " Henderson 3:10a ra " Owensboro 3M4P w 4:00a m " Hawesville . . . , 9:13a ra 4:4op m 4:50a m Arrive Louisville . . . . 12 35P 7 45P a 7:30a ra All train rim llirmiich aollil lu Evanm llle. Tliroujcli I'rirlor Car and J'ull uu all Irialtia lu EVKiiavlllai anil Nf. Louie. NuinBjrr 41 luau Nlnriters 38 aud 4i conned l Irvluufon lor funlavllle llardlualiurK ilally. 42 6:50a m 7:15a m 8:15a m 111 BVAiTavsiiii: No. .... .... .... ro aASToniiSL. Attontlvo Husbands. IMKyywHiwiJwinBaugtt Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Plcasantt Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus Is cut out ; tha cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thero Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD DY ALL QOOD DRUGGISTS boon natnff CAaOAXtETat MMd M I a mild aod ettacilta laxailt tbor aro ilmtlr Mr daugUtar anil I waro totharad wttta tick tiotDAcii and our braalb waiTtrrbad A fur taking a. faw ilnaaa uf Catraruii wo Lave ImprbTotfl voodtrf ullf Thar aro a great bolp la tbo faallr WlIJIKLUIKA Nllllt-1117 UUtonbouao HU, Clncloutl, Ohio. CANDY BREATH an aitxanafo BAD HENRY FIELD & SON ABB RUNNINO A The fact that your husband is your husband does net mean that bis love will always be yours. Men, even the very best ot tbepi, are fickle, and once you allow bim to tire of you, he will soonfiud someotiB-vlitInfill his f I AM 00 YCARS OLD. ay tMiMtly mjii u Ir, Mi'a MnMiu Holier, ItglTMqukicaDdiwrnuUMntrvlk'f la fTlp M well m roogbi tvad fold. It tuftkei M. Ju Vckmlia, wrk lunrt.x uoDr.-M- rt, Cojuckli,; Dottles Only. 25o., 60c. and $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET J navtrnatM Dr. Slact Palatable I'ounl. Taat clon, IM Nattr floken Wcakaii.or UiTik 0o ! UX. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... BUrlUf a.w.. r.m,t rau.f . M..tr,.l, I, I.rl. Ill (riiaranlal h allilruc HUIUBAb CnMawl iTUHa.U'oiiaocollaui. aliuiu UooO, ri.ai.nl had-- Bill's PIna-Tar-Hon- sy ... For SaloTjy Z WAYNE GRIPPIN ItliT & TWO. thoughts. You did your best to please and fascinate him before you were married; you need to be even more iascl nstlng.and pleang now. And why? You did not belong to 'him beforc.now you do. It Is man's nature to be always in the puisttlt of something, theielore If you Wish to keep his love, you most keep up his Interest in tbe chsse. NeveY let bim iecl thst he baa actual ly diptured you Flirt with Ahlm, tes.se bim (when he la lu tbe proper mood for 1') , Keep up the- - romance as long as possible and don't get commonplace Platter hlm trust blra, and be cuefu not to make hlui jealous Jealousy, though mi excellent thing lor a lover, Is a very bad thing for a hustvnd Oac thing yon must understand, it is - I TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all pas- luataaaiaialaa uat jour PMrwl Iralsal arpot aua U louna tn9if HiunnHT, aiacur m rapraaaDMa, aaaalta aulUMWIWfiMliu klffc waO,M, a4 THS laklATKIT HAaUUII 1U kTKH UliltU Of. pay jaar acJ t ralirtkl chararaa Tha niachliia wafiitia aIOaOU aavch tOO mlUa. laUpouiuasndltia tTUrbl III tTtvaraara Ih aanLa tar CIVB IT TIIRIK ONTH8' TRIAL U yoar w bona atul wa will ratatn 7 out Itkw aa dar run ara not aallitlaL w mII ifaai ft4 af sValaa imUsh at ILM. llUaOO. IILwO. frat iiiM fall 4fMriW4 U Omw 1m tvaUa BMhla CaUlMf, fcii5.ao fcfiwjDHO" j) rase oAiiiHirr surdxok la tba SEND NO MONEY awsiiuasMa, tou ".i, a will Mud ggj ?...... Tar offtrad OKI SION nkf3!!?0 !? - living in Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania, 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 bid. a.wi7l.akMaUlalrnaiTiaatlnMlaapatwa.rtaaMUwatalaai)Uaaror ! A housekeeper 0 UlUtorFZ!it,i ka4 1,. .1 .. jl lE. IrMaatItaartoa. (I lryt, K. -( nab ar ailiala aarloa "tl.txiul Sn!u tou!a ii?u?i?.!tS TiKTk tbaraar, Ha. Moao. 'uu.l fo,Ta,J OuaioTS taaaua aw al U ka4 (rm. auanl iunSMH.n. a.., w.uSi M ujiij .ton. iaaTaaVJVar . senger trains at Beaver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND QUOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE They also keep a first class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will have especial attention. iH lira haukuv TUI? I wirsvTivrauiB. miUibLM artumaau, oil nun aahaawa auhM tusuar vuioui Damaa. with varloua ladaecuiaata Writ aaat frUa4 la tkiwaa aa4 latra wa ara BEWARE OF IMITATIONS trattaat value AID WHO br aar fiouaa taa'VfE! " nK tHIDniOLf HliDI PUriUlliiV kiKii 1U IOT. uriouiHT. bodiki or kuky uitiil wo nuiT liCaflll MIDI, "ITU THI TUKIiutTMAkrit if amiuiua. AtVM t SSAW ptDC from - IslliltUIMAItUMIi bilk full uir Jrffl!f w SAWED OAK TlIU'lffl ; SMSCgg laaaTih ta taala. Mm4 w 4kt III aia tULl) IO l UwtiX aa Ian irt hi l.lla ahil baad In l.lajiA for aawlna'. A fftatf and latnt U attUiaa fraata, earvod, iauifJ,a. amboaawl 4 caa- raatj on aavKBat Aniah. itnaal nlak(il drawer bill ., ball traadta. sjtnulna Buif lb Iron itaail, raMlaaBri IVaaaaa u auHiaa pcatlSK adulUafaur mot ion t tad. aairtaraadlnif vlbrat- iaaai uuk am kail iMittva lac afaitUa.aatoasalia bobbin wladar. adJuaUbl baaxlnia, paual laitatoa 11 bar a lor lmproal looaa wbaal,a.ljuatab.a praiacr toot, Improfad ibuttla earritr, uataot aaadla bar. rataul drraamiard baa.) la handaHMualr daauaia4 aad MM..W4 aa4 WaatlAiUf dkkij ! TiiimmLUt 4arbta a4 aarilBalHPMaatilaa U UftUal rsaaUr mZuCtZn "oUatkKMi tararakaai aa4 aar JTraa In.troctlpn Book talla tladoM-utcwork, jiut hoaaraaMnninUan1(laaltbarrlaliioranr aant wlUi aary maoblna. 1IXNDINO OUAKANTHH U AiO.YBAK' IT rnCTtt Vf.ll NOTHINn to aaa anl atamlB thlf uacblna, owmpara II wnhihoaaouriwral.aaparaalUal 40.00 M u f i.to, par t ibn If eonrlncadT wltfcla Um llaa iValial aaaat tba $ 116.60, Wi TOYlkV tOU IIUOlltlMttkitaoaablT ralUbla.B.att, 1 -- Editor na t uaaH UMtuiab mi wanae vatiaiw alf. aidiT ir rawart It stands m ii'- - AI)2jo k ftlUU? b SOK, ? rop'rs. Miitih SEARS, ROEBUCK &t arUf tn afar (Ino.) Chicago, III. CO. f vour hliiii Is 'a'l deif'1 ly u j Ids oik IhuimIij t.t mlfiiio'ir f ,r tx i lei ce of work lii"tiel out Yrnr linen Isn't Irjuieil hue fritn rliemi.tls in tm proper liaidltntf O lly skilled nc'lt unts nrc emploved. and you can't licit It for beayty i f color and prlectlon of peusn, Clara l!jrf t.en R'chmond Steam laundrjr tlin "f I tm ir vlen C. Kaa.a.UlaM,alkl.TOr SlIMI I IMIaUT lr Ih B. IM aula. ..a ,aU II al f m. fralf hi 4m ul ai aJKTT TO BKlBlait aa MraatkiTio, taial ti roar, I iii.ooa.1 THI OlakSIIT SAIBam TOtlfO IAW, A.lv(WMJ mar artall.lTBlo.eoa. laanntaa ,B UUK OfCUIAI. fNIUBlil II. UO, ad rrataBt chargM. I.e. lbaaB0 aael vlth onl.r. ' chiciuu. WE HAKE THIS TOP BUGQY ol" 'arruai 11thu U4a IIIUI HasaMaaHHaaHaaB-aaaiB- B HMliai , mak.ra pal U tit. uo tief iiu. talgat Btila For IBOt kiwi 1 UI7TywJlgtlHg:r?WrC tlala from tha lla.l Haaonal Wvoa. or 4l.ar, llaat ffaal Bar Brawator Bide Ualld-- KaB Bariaaa. aa llluatral.il. llknls lllnh drada itcrawad Itloa KarTao'a ral.at. T.a. aaeuara. bail Ua.4, full klaa aad bark .urtata. raUUa(,tluaraa. hubb.rllaa.il any taaxl aual to Bl&aMbua'tTwork.lJodr blark.0.ardark Kraan Laata.p. or Rad I akaJaUriiv. kaan mrmWiwmih h.i aJk aa l.aar aarr. Iraak. fall laaalh alia aai ta,k larl.l... alma Sia.eOll tUI r(CIPllCrMlaMMfmilaaa, affliaajllR .If JI.RI Wllllaalaiiratliua. rara.al,allll.ki aad ""r.,,va riia caraUMl. TOU CAN MAKEtSOOOO Thla Vaar rXlllna- - OUrt Sia.SO a.. WBITt IIOQOIKS. OBDH ONB TOO yoiV SOttOa J)ON TDMAV. alUkt ai V7ia.c ocniu' .maitT? ..m r-- k r- - ..... iri a rra ct,r "" uJLmiH.r. .n i ,,. a,.aa.ir,.U"a 1D la M III. O V... ft f.. 'iu " HH " ." B.'. aa., aANiI.l,f Aduresa, SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. ' per published in tho Groon River Country., Now is tho time to sucsenbo Jfor it. If It falls to euro go 'to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. VAH 8cls VUET-MANSF1E- ''ho Hartford Jlopubliciui is tho best pa- Merchants of Ohio county can command a largo trade bv placing an attractive in The Hartford Republican. DftUfl CO,, PnHltri, MEMPHIS, TENN.