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Republican and the Globe Democrat, t year, $1 Olxxto"fcin.B: Rates. S 35 25 25. 50, - The Globe-Democ- Haetdhd Keptjblican. OFFICIAL 0R.-N Tho Ropubllcan Is the best Advertls-In- er medium In this partof the country. Werk Dene m olwri Notice. Satisfaction; (o all Customers Guaranteed. Flh'fl'Jtrb Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. OF TIE UmitM Jl taste. ' FCD&TH C0K6KCSSI0KAL DISTRICT. Subscription $1 a, year. XI. KENTUCKY FEUD RAGING. HARTFORD, KY.,jFRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899. Tom Bakor's Widow Prays for aMan-KllllngSo- No. 48. agine what a luxury It is to them I That little fellow is happy because he haa rescued a morsel of coolness from a filthy gutter! Come here a minute, my boy." Tbe child approached by cautious detours, shifting his ice Irom one hand to the other. "Here is a dims for you," said the old gentleman, kindly. "Go bay your self a glaas of lemonade. You mustn't eat that stuff; it may make you sick.'1 "I wastt't goiu' t' est It," replied the gamin, seizing the coin, "Indeed!" exclaimed the surprise. "What did you want with it, then?" The urchin grinned. "I wanted ter put it down de blind man's back,1' he replied. NcwOr. t. leans phllaU-tbroplstiu Times-Democra- n. Daibourvllle ipeclal to the says: Wiley Salter, brother of Tom Baker, and JinT Baker, the old son ol the dead feud lead" cr, were brought here thta afternoon and placed in the Knox county jail. They were. In the enstody ol Deputy 8heriH Stubblefield, but were kept under close guard by the troops. Before they left Manchester yesterAn Excellent Combination. day afternoon the Bakers told their The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, friends goodby, saying that it was Hrnur or Flos', manufactured by the likely they would prove additional CaLirolurti. Flo SrrtVP Co., Illustrate victims lor the Howards before they tho value of obtaining the liquid laxa-tir- e principle of plants known to ba got put,oi town.. They were placed in medicinally laxative and presenting the center ol a double line of soldiers Uiem in thu form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system. It and completely surrounded, so that it Is the one perfect strengthening laxa-fivw&uld have been impossible for even cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers the best marksman to have shot one gently yet promptly and enabling one of tbem without hitting a soldier. to overcome habitual constipation per- Every one of the guards had his rifle manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub- loaded and a fnll complement ammustance, and its acting on the kidneys, nition in his belt. liver and bowels, without weakening A detachment walked on either side or irritating them, make it the Ideal laxative. of the double line, in front and beIn the process of manufacturing flos are used,, as they are pleasant to the hind, and kept a sharp lookout for taste, but the medicinal qualities of the marksmen at windows and in door remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method ways. known to the CiT.iroBKiA. Fio 8rnur-Co-. The Bakers and the soldiers got out only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please ol town without a mishap and were remember the full name of the Company marched over the hilly road cheerfully printed on the front of every package. until they came to a short turn in the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. highway about four miles from Man OAK rBAXCtSCO. CAL. cheater. There one of the White VZW TOBK. J. T. LOUISVIZX.X. XT. For Ml. by all Snif flrta. Pile 50c. per tortile. sympathizers, who was with the ex. pedltion, tried to ride ahead oi the procession. Col. Williams had given explicit orders against this, and the gentleman was halted. He got angry and swore he would have the wagons unloaded and let the soldiers carry their luggage. He declared oneol the wagons needed repairs, and be must go to the front and see to It. Col. Williams personally took the belligerent in band and told him he could not unload the wagons or go to the front. Col. Willlams"then ordered a reconnoissance of the deeply wooded hill around which the road pie to travel ou the highways, for men are know to be "lying out" fjr the friends of White and Howard, and persona are likely to be shot from ambush by mistake. At Manchester last night, a horse was killed, its throat being cut by unknown parties. The horse was used by the messenger who has been carrying dispatches to the telegraph office at London. The brutal killing olthis horse, following, as it does, the notifying of all correal pondents to leave Clay county, seems to give notice to all that no communication is wauled with the outside world. Tom Baker's widow says she prays her unborn child will be a boy to help his eleven brothers kill all the Whites and Howarda'theyvainV She declares she wilt teach her children that it is their duty to kill ever man that had a band In the murder of their father. MOUNTAINEERS WROUGHT UP. RICHARD P. BLAND. GRUVES from The Kentucky mountains, Big Sandy River to the Tennessee line, are in a blaze of excitement over the killing oi Tom Baker. The Gars rards, of Clay county, who have al. ways been Baker sympathizers, are greatly incensed over "Baker's death, and swear vengeance. Gilbert Garrard, who was tun out of Clay county1 last summer because he favored the Bakers started to Manchester this morning from Middlesboro with sev eral friends. He was seen by tl,e 1Tg correspondent. said he intended lending his aid to his friends. Reports from Harlan Court House, Wbltesburg and Pokeville state that Baker aympathlzers and kinsmen in large numbers are on their way to the scene of Tom Baker's death. Globe-Democr- The father of the silver question is dead at Lebanon, Mo. Richard P. Bland began the crusade more than! twenty years ago and never faltered for n moment in his devotion to his He entered) idea of "bimetallism." Congress in 1S73, the jcar ol the, "great crime," and it waa in the very) next Congress that he began the agitation. That was the Forty-fourt- h grand Inquest of the nation and it was the theater of many stirrlngj with the debate oi fenea. It beo-aRandall's amnesty resolution, made, Illustrious by the speeches of Blaifle and Garfield on one side and Ben Hill, .Mtt Tnm.r nn tti nlb.r. Tlir,.toerc giants In those days, It Impeached Belknap. It investigated the Mulligan letters and almost broke Blaine's heart and totally ruined his political lortunes. It created the tribunal that tried the election case of Hayes and Tllden. It had no time to think of Bland was the coinage question. about the only man in that Congress who did think ol it. gress unless it is old Joe Cannon: Williams looked more like a dude than any man In Congress unless it was '.Harry Bingham. All of ta sudden Williams discovered, what (everybody else had known all the time, that Bland was a thoroughly honest man. He went home and proclaimed It from .the housetops, His brother Mug wump, Sherman Hoar, indorsed the statement and all Massachusetts was duly Informed that old Dick Bland was a straight man. You see it was (bis way Bland had promised then that he would not hold any "snap" session of the Coinage Committee. Williams seemed to be astonished when the old fellow kept his word. Aaferra&re! n ninn aa ptfr llvi-- naa e4 tiyef the river when Dick Bland died. C. P. HUNTINGTON. MMMMMMWNW iMWMMMWM Sketch of tho Caroor of tho Pacific Railway Mag- nate. Bravo Mon Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kid ney troubles as well as women, and all feel the results In loss of appetite, poisons In the blood, backache, nervousness, headache and tired, listless, rundown feeling. Bnt there's no need to feel like that. Listen to J. W. Gardener, Idaville, Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters are lust the thing for a man when he is all run down, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength And good appetite than auy thing I could take. I can now eat anything and have a stew lease on life." Only 50 cents at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. livery bottle guaranteed. It.J TOU UESSKR PALLS A VICTIM TO TI1K LEES' VENGEANCE. Middlesboro, The work of exter- turned. AMBUSCADE' ANTICIPATED. mination in the LeoTaylor feud in the wilds of Harlan county goes swiftly on. Tom Messer, a. member of the Taylor faction, has fallen a victim to the vtngeance of the Lees, in retaliation for the murder of Abe Lee, which occurred last Wednesday night. Messer waa assassinated on Saturday R H- - Before the scouts had gone tar into the wood they discovered twenty or thirty armed men in hiding and Col. Williams ordered the Gatling gun and trained on the wood. A scattering of mountaineers followed. Ihe surprised ambushers ran outol the bushes in a hurry. When all apparcntdangerwas over, the Gatling which had twice saved the soldiers from a pitched battle, waa 13 JU3TASCOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE OO cts. limbered up and the procession moved iiiutii, iixa., mot. is, isjj. m. rrU VMW Oi., MklLoan, Ma. . 000 bottlae or on to a point fourteen miles from U.I year 41.nU.tii.tu Wo Manchester, where it encamped for" TASTKLKhS C1IIU. TONI0 anj hT niUIVB-buuitlil llir.. bijm slrMlr this Tear. In all ovr .a Before midnight a heavy or In lb. drvc btwIaMS. bar. the night. rtan. fwrt.DC nT.r .old an anicl. thala... .uco utureraal rain fell and continued through the Tour, truly, aa your Tuulc. sr,cau ACo, night, drenching the soldiers and For sale by J. H. Williams. making the roads difficult for march, TASTELESS night, but owing to the distance of the scene from the telegraph station, the news' was not received here until to day. Since the assassination of Abe Lee last week it has been reported that Messer and Will Varber, both kins men of thr Taylors, were the authors of the deed. At 8 o'clock Saturday night, while Messer was on his way to the spring, which Is several hundred yards from his home, for a buck et of water, a volley rang out from the bushes to his right. He fell dead at the. first volley, but his assassins pour volley alter volley into his body. Then they sprang on their horses, which were in waiting near by, and rode swiftly away. They next went to Yarber's home, but Yar-band fled. He rode thirty miles on horseback to Harlan Court House and gave himself to the authorities. He denies any guilt, but says he wants the protection of the law against the Lees. He la closely guarded. The Lees will probably go to Harlan Court House for Yarber, and It is believed the Taylors will attempt to intercept them. Should this occur, a learful battle will be the result er TDNIC 14- Ldtll LIm In the succeeding Congress the famous Bland Bill was passed. It was a straight free coinage bill and Bland introduced it In every Congress since, except one.and if he had been a member of that body he would have Intro- duced it in that, too. Nearly every- t.1. Ull. m iug ui.uuuy VUiCU 1UI UIO (.Ill l tt.. TTn.. slxth Congress. Nobody except a few Eastern men had studied the ques- tion, though, as I now recollect, old BUI Morrison voted agslnst It. There is a man with as strong native, inas Abraham stinctive commpn-sensHeought to have been Lincoln. President The administration was opposed to the free coinage of silver, and the result was a compromise known as the BlandxAUison act,under the operation oi which an enormous volume of silver coin and silver certificates was added to the currency. It waa during that Congress that Mr. Carlisle made that speech which the sllverltes are so fond of quoting. They take good care to leave out his declaration made in that same speech that he was opposed to the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. That was in 1878. I have olten wondered why the Palmer and Buck-nNational Committee did not print and circulate the whole speech if only to show what a shameless lot of ex purgators the silver literary bureau of 1896 was. .- -J l. An e Editor's Appoal. ap-pe- n&3K3 Hsi&Ri BThe Leading Specialists ing. The expedition reached this place at noon. After their prisoners were placed in jail, the soldiers encamped at the court house and prepared dinner. The men are nearly worn out. as they have been on duty continuously lor ten days and have slept little and worked much. Capt. Bryan's company, which guarded Tom Baker's remains to his old home at Ammi, near Crane Creek, yesterday, will march through to .Londdn and join the two companies Th?y will reach Lexthere Tom Baker's reington mains were buried at Ammi to day. Col. Williams reports the feeling in Manchester as very bitter between the surviving Bakers and the Howards) and Whites, and it is generally coon ceded that the fend is now at a critlt cal stage-I- t is considered dangerous for peo of Anwlci 20 YEARS 250,000 i Nolhlni young or intddU-- IH OHIO, CURED. WECUREEMISSIOHS tn 1 men thn tat tbM 'nLibtlr low." Ther XMltnt ItroaixvwMkAMi. atrrouin, pc autuiiaaa wdoi irain oi ijuoiomi. Thoy ttfit mn for baiLnew, inarrM m buuii ili sD tgcui nsppiovM. ravuivr caimd uviii awuiia m youth, tur wmbdmi or mufti xeiff, ovr K w AitiDoa iruuneni win po.ii.Tei IlsiVOfl. inora AtmorftlliUur to rrt-eoM.- NO CURE-N- O PAY tlead.r. tou fieaj li.In. Earlvabuiaar latar iiwim mar bare weakened Ton. Kipoiors mar bar iIImmkI ion. You Method ara uot rat. UlUunJ. win cure rou. xounmnorut. rata, rookie Vounx Man You and bacsanl nervoui, Irritable and ax citable. You becoma fori.lful, noroie, dorpoauonti blotehti and rlmplrl, and fUDK.a eroa. wrinkled face. atooDloa form and downcafci eouaUnane. rareal I tho tills at of rour .iIiIodoo. Hardly a day passes, in families where there are children, In which Ballard's Snow Liniment Is not needed. It quickly cures Cuts, Wounds, Bruises, Burns and Scalds, Price 25 and 50 cts. T U Williams. iu. Whoro Is Hoavon? The question asked, Where is heaven? We answer, Go out on the first pleasant evening and looked up at the heavenly constellations millions of worlds, as we have reason to greater than our own and you wilt feel that In God'a .universe there is plenty of room for every soul He has created. Has not the Creator of human souls power to continue their duration iu any patt of His universe? ' Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. sjc. The genuine has tf L. B. Q. on 'each tablet. Long-Llvo- CURED 250.000 an WECUREWHCOCELE nP.w Minirou ykuatmunt win curs II lb "worrar vein." rsturo U Ib.lr normal condition and bcuca th r.iual orrana rMtlv iroiar nourlib' m.uU Th orsana baonma rltaliawl, all unnatural drains cr lot..! eoaM and nturn. Mo Uuuiorarr Xat a naot. iwr parinanant cur. a.inrta. NO OUIIK, NO J'AV. NO OI'KllA. NO DbmiN. TIQN NKOKHHAllY. 'HON FUUU UUtJINESS. No matter how rerloga your car. may lie, or bow long rou inar bar. bal It. oar UMMER CATARRH A hmill. A Caltrrk cttui it it m4lt trtvtltnl i tki tummtr jwnlAr, ttulttd w. lr..l 1(11 I KY1 CURES GUARANTEED tn.l rut. RYPIlII.lH. I TUEA' iftsaiW, JJI.AIiUKU AND K1I- diiutea.' CONHULTATION IIIKlKS . VUKH. tllAUUf mm H .i; . . : dUD CHA1K. II vnani uiaaii. wm lar a UUhHTlUn UUAIIK lur JIUill :HlfrflDltK. VA11ICOCE1.K. 8KJI1 drs. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH UINUINNAII, u. ST., thouttvnd & culliHlhoneltUsa. Intern nf all Tmptomi rmoi-m- 1 dljl RtlHMt two-thlTattlDJonllind TIN DATS trctratmWrt, PS. B. II. OUIB'I S0HS,Uox K.AUanU.Uft. DROPSY: fsUbl Wanted-- An Waiaiatton, O. U.lr SlJul uta oair wja1UI ol in. bnaJiai farasuaaa waatad. aal or j"!''?ju r. "jl Cr".4uun HMJuniavn. Wf rov waui ratal Attor. writ. llcantr la Blood Da. p. Idea vrv. Katabui or ao .uapM iklailopatantr Clean blqod means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cacarts,CsndyCstbsr. tis cltan your blood and keep it clean, by stirrinil up the lasy liver and driving all Impurities from the body, llegin today to Iwniili pimples, boils, blotches, blackbeada, and that sickly bilious complexion by taklni CsKsrtta, beauty for ten cents. All drut-gistsstiifsctlon guaranteed, 10c, Ste.COc. I taurp rises many that bowel trouble la catarrhal. Dr. Ilartman'a books make tills plain. Write to the Medicine Co., Columbus, O., for them. They tell all about catarrh and how Pe'ru-ncures It wherever located. "I had cbrontcdlarrhce for fifteen veara."wrltea Mr. T. B. Miller. Grand Prairie, Tex. "I tried rx many medielnea and dootoralnvalu. At last waa recommended, and It relieved and cured mo at once." Mr. John lUrtlng, 031 Main St, Cincinnati, O., writes) "My wife and r 7s&. myself took your a?! T Ir for chronio diarrhoea and it cured us. Mo doctor or medicine we tried before helped us." Mr. Edward Wormack. Ledbetter, Tex., writes: " for bowel troubles Is unequalled by anything In my experience. I owe my and life to shall alwaya recmu-men- d it to those suffering aa I was." Mr. John Edgarton, 1020 Third Ave., Altoona, Pa., aays: "I suffered from dysentery for three years I took and am now wsU." a ?av I'e-ru-re-ru-- jKl tummtr (4trrk. tTJUE A COLO IR ORE DAY d Microbes. ferial a, HnrmaW Pa-ru-- The plague microbe is most persistent. A foreign paper gives the following facts: In 1 660, the Dutch city of Haarlem was devastated by the plague. Whole families perished, and among them a lamlly ol the name oi Cloux, the members of which were burled iu the Haarlem church. Some time ago It was found tbattbe masons ry of the tomb was out oi repair, and the vault was entirely rebuilt. The masons in charge of the work remained iu the vault an entire day, and, strange to say, notwithstanding the fact that two centuries had passed since the epidemic all these workmen were attacked with the iufcctioua glandular swelling called "bubo," and had to undergo treattuent at tbe hospital. There were no symptoms, however, oi tbe plague proper.ind all recovered. A Mississippi editor makes this to delinquent subscribers: "Fish down Into your pocket and dig up dust; the editor is hungry and the paper 'bout to bust. We've trusted you lor several months, and did it with a smile, so jnst return the compliment and tiust us for a while. Our wife she needs some stockings and baby needs a dress ; Jimmy needs some breeches, and so does Kate and Bead. Pud is on the hog train and Peggy sick with grief, and, good gosh almighty, can't you give a man relief? Shell ont those nickels and turn loose the dimes J turtt 'em loose and whistle and we'll have better'tlmes; there will be fewer patches on toe bosom of our pants, and we'd make the paper better if we had half a chance. Don't give us that old stoiy, long gone to seed, 'bout taking more papers than the famiSlavery perished in this country ben ly want to read ; but help to feed tbe printer, and he'll help our town to cause the civilization of the Nineteenth 'century decreed It. Old Tom grow, and thus escape the sulphur In Carlyle was the only great man in the regions down below," England who thought Aft lean ala very Working Night and Day could be made a good Institution. The of the world enlightened civilization The busiest and mightiest little has doomed silver as a "money of thing that ever was made is Dr, final redemption," as the phrase goes, King's New Life Pills. Every pill is But a and there is no getting round globule of health, that d Bland persisted. Carlisle made him changes weakness into strength, Coinage, Weights and chairman of into into energy, brain-faMeasures in 1883; but no free coinage mental power. They're wonderful bill was passed by that Congress, in building up the health. Only 35c though a majority would have voted per box. Sold by J. H. Williams. for one had the Speaker given the opA North Carolina editor declares his portunity. So Carlisle was yet opposed to free silver iu 1883. It is true willingness to publish "U poem of ten that nearly every Democrat in both verses in exchange for a load ol wood, houses voted for silver iu 1890 tbut and a atory, three columns in length, that was under the lead of Gorman, for an equivalent in groceries. Here who gave the promise to Senator is a promising opportunity for literary Stewart, of Nevada. The bargain waa aspirants who have heretofore failed that Father Stewart, In consideration to receive editorial appreciation and of Democratic votes for silver, would favor. bring enough silver Republican votes A Corroot Answor. to kill the Lodge Force BUI. Stewart ; the Democrats killed the Lodge Bill Teddy (who has just begun to go to nearly all of them voted for sliver. school Papa, do you know what six That was all there was of that. boys and five girls make? "Yes," answered his father; a rackBland wonld have been nominated et." Harper's Bazar. for President in 1896 if tbe Senatorial junta had uot been for Teller. Isham G. Harris was the man who dug up the silver corpse after It was buried in 1895. Buck Henrichsen thought he did It, but It was the "old man" who Waa the Jerry Cruncher of that occa slon. Harris purpose was to cany every State west of Mississippi, Including Iowa,' and be choae a Repubr lican for that work Teller. Had been nominated Harris would have been chairman ol the National Committee, and be wonld have been a mighty dangerous roan. Tbe junta's second choice was Bland. Meantime Bryan stampede' the convention with Thm TIntm Com&m tbe crown of tborna and cross ol gold to every elderly woman when an imway, metaphor which, by the portant functional change takes place. Burke had employed in bis This is called "Tho Change of Life." Tbe entire system undergoes a change. great speech on the "Regency Bill Dreadful diseases audi as cancer and more than 100 yeara before The consumption are often contracted at una time, Senatorial crowd were disguated ard old Harris was furious. He used some cuss words about "a twentv five hundred dollar man" and spent the time-tilelection onhlsTexas;ranch. There were no fringes and lurbelows about strengthens and purifies the entire .system, and brings tho sufferer safely old Harris. nv.r tlu-- nltfalls. Its effects have One ol the strange things of our been wonderful. It is good for all menstrual troubles, but la especially politics was the capture of George P. recommended at this time. Ask Bland. George Fred had Williams by druggist for tho famous Wlno of ' r.co a bottle. rdul. much to do with the slaughter ol tie For advice la cases requiring special ConBland Bill ol the directions, address tha "Ladlea.' Advisory Department," Tha Chatta. gress. He was the goldbug "whip'' Co.. Chattanooga' nooga that night. He, Bourke Cockrau and Term. Medicine Reed were In constant conference, Tom TKOKAfl J. OOOvrja, TaxwU, tallMkl tnm Inaeuiar aa4 aUl Laler Williams and Blaod became bosom cronies, Blsnd looks mote like c .iLir." a farmer than any other man in Con- er For 40 years C P. Huntington he is generally known by his Initials, for he has a strange aversion to writing his full name hss been extending his railroads.beginning at the Central Pacific in its inlant stage, and ending only at the complete system which carries you across the northern Rockies and (sack though the tallest of the range lu the same way. It la doubtlul if, when In 1849, young Huntington started Vor the' California gold country, he had any idea lie would succeed. Only' i8y ears old, with a slender purse, lie stattrd put to make his forinne. He was very engaging, and soon formed the acquaintance of one Leland Stanford, a yonng fellow about his age, Leland Stanford knew a young fellow1 named Mark Hopkins, and Mark Hopkins waa acquainted With an energetic fortune seeker named Crocker. The four. C P. Huntiugton.Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins and Charles Crocker, trudged across the country to Callforaia.and there talked of their hard journey. They conceived the idea of the Central Pacific, and they set to work to dig gold out of the ground with which to build a railroad to connect the Atlantic and Pacifica scheme which in those days, was considered the wildest dream a vagrant fancy could conceive. But the Central Pacific was conceived and built nnd it made millions'. Then the four partners, now rich beyond tbe dream of avarice, parted, Sanfordto Washington; Huntington to identify himself with St. Louis and New Yotk; Hopkins to retire' to his magnificent country home in the Berkshires and Charles Crocker to remain in California to instruct his sons in the art of keeping a fortune together. Mr. Huntington's Immediate family consists of Mrs. Huntington, who is a remarkably handsome woman ol middle age, and relatives who act as companions to his wife. His purs suits are, whue Indoors, those of reading and attending to his out doors, that of looking after his country estate. HEADACHE is only a. symptom not a disease. So are Backache, Nervousness, Dizziness and the! Blues, They all,come from an unhealthy- - state of the- menIf. you suffer strual organs. from any of these symptoms if you feel tired and languid In the morning and wish you could lie in bed another hour or twe if there is a bad taste in tha mouth, and no appetite if there is pain in the' side, back or abdomen BRADFIELD'3 FEMALE REGULATOR wUl bring about a sure cure. The doctor may call your trouble' high-soundi- For relief and commit in Asthma Coussen's Houey ol Tar has no equal. Price 25 and 50c. J. It Williams, m Tho Trusts and Politics. two-doll- it sugar-coate- ss g Tel-le- nd MeEUtEE'S WinmfCrtIui Iu his speech at St. Louis to the Democrats who ate a dinner as si testimony against trusts', Mr. some Latin Brysln unconsciously spoke one bit of name, but never mind the name. common sense: The trouble is in the uenstrual '"The Republican party In Impotent organs, and Bradfield's Female to destroy trusts." Regulator will restore you to health and regulate the menses So is any other party. At this mo like clockwork. ment the loudest howl against trusts Sriabf i.rrufoifi.knu. MftllMl I. bck Will b. M.t I. Mr . M NM-lcorues from Democratic States, where TBB BRADFIE1D REGULATOR CO. Democratic legislatures have had CA. A, bml.ni plenty of time and Inclination to deThey have passed laws stroy trusts. against them and keep passing laws Come On Boys; Give It To 'Em against them, but the trusts continue to flourish in spite of all this fury of Filipinos Imltato the AmeriTexas, for instance, had legislation. can War Cry and Then terrible anti-trulaw, which would Run Away. n't hold water; and now it haj passed a still more terrible one, which will A private letter from a buglet1 In not hold water either. There has been, General MacArtrmr'B command iu we' believe, exactly one case lu Mis the Philippines to his mother in Chisouri of a customer of a trust taking cago relates a laughable incident advantage of the provision in the about the Filipino' method of warfare. State law that a debt due to a' trust The story of Colonel Funstou'a sever ahall be Not even by al advances, and his wonderful cominvitations to dishonesty can the leg- mand over men, seems as well knotva islatures make any headway against there as in this country. When, shottly after the fall of Cal- the trusts. Laws are piled on laws, and every trust act is more sweeping umplt, General MacArthur sent a than its predecessor and wUl be just detachment against some Insurgents as futile. The Republican patty, and who had thrown up breastworks on a the Democratic paitv, and every other shrub covered hillock, the Americans party, is impotent against the trust crept forwatdjust before dawn, aud because the trusts arise irom a business while a heavy rata was falling. With necessity. The legislatures might as the first gleam of daylight they rose Millions GIvorFAway. to their feet and raa forward silently well make statutes against multiplies tion or the rule of three. Not that until a hurried', nervous discharge It Is certainly gratifying to the there are not trusts that are built upon of musketry told they were discoverpublic to know of one concern in the wind and sand, but thole that stand ed. Then they yelled, and fired, and land who are not afraid to be gener- and those that fall will be governed redoubted their pace. ous to the needy and suffering. The by the laws ol business and not by Suddenly they heard ihe Filipino proprietors of Dr. King's New Dispolitical declamations, New Yark commander cry ont, in fairly good covery for Consumption, Coughs add English. Sun. Colds, have given away over ten "Come on, boys give it to 'em!" Tf .hi. n..vtlfvutlrlnn in worm. In million trial bottles of this great at the same time abandoning the medicine; and have the satisfaction of children is not cured they may be position, retreating' st a dead run. knowing it has absolutely cuted come emaciaiea. weaxir ana iu aaneer The bugler declares the "8logas" of convulsions. White's Cream Ver thousands of hopeless' cases. Aath mifuge is tbe most successful and waa as effective lu a Filipino camp as ma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all popular remedy. Price 35 cts! J. II, lu an American only in quite a cans m. diseases of tbe Throat, Chest and Williams. trary manner; "for they no sooner Call Lungs are surely cured by The up-t- o date optician takes In the heard those words which our officers on J. II. Williams, Druggist, arid get most always employ tfiau the lstt situation at a glance. a free trial bottle. Regular size 50c!. beggar of them hopped out of the and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or Lube Irrllaiua and scurried away." is the forerunner to consumption. prive refunded. "This," concludes the soldier, "is m will cuke Dr, Bell's Ha Knew. it, and give such strength to the lu line with the general Asiatic hafclt a cold will not of doing everything 'backward.'" lungs that a cough or there. Twenty-fiv- e "Hov yex heard about ut?" queried settledruggists. For salebycents at all Z. Wayne Ongtt.d 33 Tear.. Indlg1. good Shannlgan with tf Griffin & Bro. I suffered for 35 yeara with a cough, . m nation, "Dbe aut'orities wuda'tlet and spent hundreds ol dollars with Paradoxical as it may seem, the doctors and for medicine to no avail 'em bury a poor owld woman ylster. until I used Dr. Bell's day!" close fellow seldom gets tight. This remedy inches weak lungs m m "Wudu't let 'em bury her?" ejacu-late- d strong. It has saved my life. J. 8. FAY. RO CGHK-K- O McLubberty. "And for phwo'y That is the way alt druggists sell Roswell. Grantaburg, IU. For saletfby not, Ol duu'no?" Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. "She wasn't dead 1 That's one an Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp. yez, Mackt" ly Iron and quinine in n tasteless Th: sbrittless farmer will ride "Nlver moindl Nlver moindl Ol'll lotm. Children love it, Adults prefer around for a week in search of a lost it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, hog worth two dollars. work ut aph on sawabody Use," tf Meeting O'Hoggarty a little later, 50c. be remarked, "Ufa savages that rule us, d'yezmolnd?" "Ol'm not married mesllf,'.' replied O'Hoggarty, calmly. "Ol don't mane thnt. Begorrs, dhey wudu't let 'em bury a poor owtd dead woman yisterdayl" "Phwoy not?" "Because she wasn't dead. Haw I bawl" "Wasn't dead? Dhe dlvil I Yez just said she wis dead." "Av Oi did. Ol got ahead av mesllf. I. Iks flnltf There are dosens of remedies recommend tot Ui Oi 15 Ul UI1IJ Scrofula, some of them no doubt Mng auie to Ufa a joke, d'vez sec? Ol am a wag, icJuUly afford tamnorarv roll.f . but 8. 8. 8. Is D'yez know phwot a wag Is?" n.lj .remedy wbloh completer cures i.h n.m.liVniJal In IMS Rorofula Is on of the most obstinate, deep-sea- Ji. i.iiiBwi "Yuri"' blood diseases, and Is beyond tn reaen or in "Phwot thin?" many puriUera ana tonics Dwauea sotoj- Obstinati Dlssasi. thing moretnanamerexoniaisreuuirvu. o.u. . "A wag is a dom fool!" Harper's Is equal to any blood trouble, and never fails to cure Scrofula, beeauM II Bazar. goes down to the seat of the disease, thus permanently eliminating every r trace of the taint . . Rod Hotfrom tho Gun Tha serious eonsequaueos to whleh Berorula surely leads should impress upon those afflicted with It the vital imWas the ball that bit G B Stead-ma- n portance of wasting no time upon treatment whleh can effeot a cure. In many eases where the wrong ol Nc walk, Mich. , in tbe Civil not possibly been railed upon, oomplloatad. glandular treatment has War. It caused horrible U.ccrs that swellings hats resulted, Tor which the dootar tnsUt that a dangerous surgical operation Is 11 oeasary. no treatment helped for 30 years, Mr. 11. E. Thompson, of MIlledgeTlUe. Qa., writes t "A Arnica Salve cured bad ease of Scrofula broke out on the Jilaods.of my npok, then Backlen's him, Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burris, whieh had to balaneed and eauaadina much suffering. I was treated for a long while, but the phyiloUna were unBolls, Ptlons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. able to euro ma, and my condition waa aa bad aa wbsn I cts, a began their treatment. Many blood remedleawera used, MHwwLLwLbbV Best Pile cure on earth 35 SjM by J. but without affect. Some one recommended 8. 0. 8., and box. Cure guaranteed. I hann to Imurove as soon aa I had taken a few bottles. II. Williams, Druggist. Continuing tha remedy, I was soon cured permanently, and have never had a sign of the disease to return." Swift's Bpeolfle W tinnl ATL-BT- st corre-spndeu- ce; it y, d ONLY ONE CURE ' FOR SCROFULA: t! ( ju, t Its Pathos Lost, Fifty-secon- "Now, la not that pathetic?" said a Beaevolent looking old gentleman, standing with a friend iu a neatly doorway. "8te" how the poor cravi ice this sultry weather! You and I, who can get any sart of refreshing we waut it, can't lm drink 'llr waver the only remedy whieh' can promptly reach aa4 cure obtloate),dap-saat- 4 blood diseases. By railing upon It, and not experimeattnff with the varloas tonics, etc, all sufferers from blood troublea ra tx proiwpHy cured, instead of endurlogyears of suffering which gradually but eurely undemtM ,8.8. UaaraaFeed purely vegetable, and never fIU W the constitution. euro Scrofula, Keiema, Cancer, Rheumatism, Contagious Bluod roUofl.aVoHs, Tetur, Pimples, Bores,niors, etclnilft upon a fl 8., nothing can Use lie vUee. Books on blood and stln diseases will bo mailed free to any addrees kjr Mm Is S. S. S.sFOR THE BLOOD Swift SpeevUU Company, AtUnt, Georgia, . JLlJ "M. - fft-w-t- t.it ypyHHyyi'iiiicynjFrp M"Wf 9iw W" Ef FJ'-g.-yy11 py; "fPtfWPP.11"1 PIEND OP NERVOUSNESS. !7lf7" " ourStore--the TgjMMMMBBBBWBWWWWIIPWWil A Vp ; R' r' . If 'sa IS' ( fc- 6' ' i !". ... "il v I I r-- ' y v Y t rary chairman the combine will be sble to effect the reorganization of the party, write the platform and possibly laanrd frldnra br I tie nARTronn rrjni.iJiiiK marAXT control the nomination lor Governor, Incorporated. together with tlio minor nominees. Tbe platform wilt endorse tho Chicas FOX ROOERS, EDITORS. go platform, tbeChinn school book Jno H. Thomas, bill, tbe McCbord railroad bill and tbe Goebel election law. Goebel has on Fox Stroot. Offico complete control of the convention and Subscription, $1 per year In advance with tho possible exception of his own nomination will be able to dictate at Hartford every action of that body. Tho nom Entered st the as second class mail matter. ination for Govornor will probably be made to day, FRIDAY, JUNE y The wane of tho silver issue was REPUBLICAN TICKET. thoroughly demonstrated in the Deni ocratio convention boro Saturday. rOH STATE HE!ATOR, Every sound money Democrat in the SA7T. IT. V. county supported Stone whose record on the money question is satisfactory FUR REPRESENTATIVE. to tbe gold men. Tho Democratic 3ZSXT. Xi. C. ZAXiVTJi.am.T. silver leaders hero whoe time and I Gen. W. B. Taylor is still sweep money had been freely given to tho ing every tbiog before bim and his nom- campaigns of '95, '90 and '97 were completely ignored while the gold men ination is practically assured. who had taken no part in those etormy The Lexingtou convention should campaigns controlled every action ol nominate lion. 1. L. Ileavrin, ol the convention and made the list of Ohio county, (pr Attorney General. thirteen delegates to the State conven Mr. Ben D. Rinuo has been elect lion, twelve of whom were gold men, ed member of tbe State Democratic The Herald people vindicated tbe Executive Committeo for the Fourth scathing denunciation of free silver by that paper sometime ago by lining up Congressional District. with tho gold men Saturday. Even Those free silver Democrats who the regulation endorsement of Bryan, applauded tbe passage of the Goebel which is supposed to be a part of the election law have juit realized tbe gi work of every Democratic convention, gantic machine it has built up under was left out of the original resolutions, the manipulation of the Kenton boss. but silver orphan tearfully offered an amendment endorsing tbe Colonel Should Hardin win tbe nomina- which went through in a halfhearted tion be would be again handicapped sort of way. by bis platform which will endorse the railroad and election bills that he abWill the Herald man who is so hors and would insure his defeat, anxious for harmony in the RepubliPoor Wat, be is doomed to a life of can party in Ohio county explain to public disappointment. the country Democra's why he,as Secled a dozen retary of the Democratic convention Our own Shelby Taylor Goebel Democrats in the convention here Saturday, left off the list of dele here Saturday and now carries tbe gates to the State convention Mr. R. tkirteen votes of Ohio county in his 8. Lanham, of iEtnaville, who had vest pocket at the Louisville conven been regularly elected by the convention. Goebel ought to be proud of tion, and put in "his place Mr. Rowan Holbrook whom the bim. crowd had made only an honorTnE Peace Conference at the ary delegate with no right to vote in Hague, despite tbe funny paragraph-er- the Louisville convention? Will be is laying tbe foundation for a bet- also explain why, after tbe Goebel ter understanding between nations. manager made bim restore Mr. Laa Being by nature an optomist we may ham's name to tbe list of delegates, be pardoned for predicting a new era that be gave him tbe fourteenth or of international goodfeeling to date honorary place on the list with no from the assembling of tbe Czar privilege of voting in the convention Peace Congress. while Mr. Holbrook went on the list Brother Ben D. Ringo in the as a regular delegate? Will the l&rconvention here Saturday denounced aid man stop his senseless chatter bosses in the Gov. Bradley for calling out tbe State about Guard to curb Jim Williams and bis Republican party long enough to ex gang in the Legislature of 1895, and plain his unpardonable insult to the the Louisville Convention had to ad banner Democratic precinct of Obis journ at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening county. After tbe convention bad to give the Hon. Jim room to lick a failed to recognize Mr. Holbrook the couple of Hardin followers on the Herald man undertook to do so by floor of the convention. Who was striking a regular delegate from the Hat, and the Democrats of .Etnaville right, Bradley or Ringo? precinct would doubtless like to know Mil Ben D. Ri.noo led the silver whether Mr. Lanham was selected for tbe sacrifice because he was regarded forces against the combine Saturday and made the as the most insignificant on the list, principal speech of the convention. or becauso the Mnavillo Democrats Mr. Ringo appealed for logical action were so far away tbey would nerer upon the part of tbe convention, but bear of tbe outrage the gold men were in tbe saddle and rode roughshod over the convention. The Democratic convention here If Ohio county Democrats reflect the Saturday vindicated everything The Democratic sentiment of the nation Republican-- has ever said about the Goebel election law. While the Goo the silver issue is doomed. combination completely The Democratic convention here dominated the convention it did not Saturday was a complete tbrowdown dare to endorse the infamous meas for the party organization in this ure. Tho convention endorsed the county. Men who three years ago operation of tbe Goebel law last year, were denied a bearing in Democratic and upon tbe same principal Jailer conventions here were in full control Black endorses the conduct of prison Saturday. Men whom Democrats er, Foster Gross.last week, but would openly charge with voting for McKia hesitate to guarantee it for the next. ley in 1 890 rode roughshod over the Tbe very fact that only tbe operation convention and dictated the resolu of the law last year was endorsed is tions, and named tbe delegates to the a plain, open confeesiou that tbe law Louisville convention. itself is to vicious and corrupt for tbe Democrats of Ohio county to acknowl The candidacy for Attorney Gcu edge themselves responsible for. Il eral of Hon. M. L. Ileavrin it meet Ohio county Democrats believe the ing with favor in all parts ol the State Goebel infamy will insure fair elec and his friends feel confident nf bis tions, why did they not endorse, it? nomination. Mr. Heavriu's splendid What would the world say of a Prohl Ability as a lawyer, and bis recognized bition convention that would endorse fitness as a political leader intures for tbe operation of Prohibition last year, him a ttioug following in the Lexingor a convention of christians that ton convention. If. tbe Republicans would endorse tbe operation of the of Kcutucky will nominate Mr. Ileav- christian religion last year, or a con rin for Attorney General, we will vention of colored men that would en guarantee for the whole State ticket dorse the operation of emancipation as an increated majority of 000 votes iu shown last year? Wouldn't they be Ohio county, regarded as cranks, cowards or bypo crltet? Will the "old established" or. It Is doubtless true that tbe more serious defects iu our governments, gan, around tbe corner, explain why State and national, are largely due the convention here endorsed the op of tbe law, but was afraid to to the fact that the professional poll, eration endorse tbe law itself. Apologize for tlcians largely control the policies of tbe political parties. Most Govern- this ludicrous conduct of your conven mental abuses result from the conduct tlon if you can, brother, but tbo fact remains that the Goebel outrage is of incompetent or irresponsible officials who bold their positions by vi- the bidden rock upon wbicb your will go to smithereens. of their ability to control conven- shaky ship Hartford Republican. GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Smallpox Is scattered all over the State of Indiana. The Supreme Lodge A. O U. W. Is in session at Indianapolis. A cloudburst at Londonville, Ohio, Tuesday did great damage, to crops. Burglars held up a Bedford. Ind., preacher and relieved him of seven cents. Pope Leo XIII created eleven cardinals at the consistory held at Rome Monday President Diaz, of Mexico, will shortly visit the principal cities of the United States. Augustln Daly, the greatest thtatri cal manager in the world, died at New York, Friday. Laporte, Indiana, boys cut the guy ropes to a tent and let it fall on five hundred worshipers. Charles Llttlefield, a Republican, was chosen Monday to succeed the late Nelson Dlngley In Congress. a wealthy Reddltt, Greenberry Memphis citizen, was given ten years in the penitentiary lor killing a negro woman A Knott county tough was senten ced to the penlntentlary for assault within three hours after the offence was committed. A Kansas City, Missouri, negro has been locked up to keep bim from marrying a white girl who confesses that she loves him. Congressman Danford, who was serving his sixth term from the six teenth Ohio district, died ot heart trouble, at St. Ctairsvllte, Monday. Two Pulaski county boys engaged In a quarrel while bathing and ran to their clothes, cot their pistols and shot each other to death on the spot. A Louisville woman predicted Mon day that she would die yesterday morning. She took suddenly ill Tuesday, but her prophecy was not verified. Four strange men, personating offi cers, ai rested a young lady near Hind man, Ky,, and taking her some dis tance from the house assaulted her. Two hundred enraged citizens are searching for the miscreants. .) post-offi- ce tar and ministered before it, and I TUB put out the holy fire, and darkness and desolation reigned in its stead. I had aspirations and ambitions that soared as high as the morning star and broke and bruised their beautiful wings, and at last strangled them that I might hear their cries no more. To-dI am a husband without a wife, a father without a child, a tramp with no borne to call his own, a mpn in whom every good Impulse Is dead. W And all swallowed up In the maelstrom of drink." The tramp ceased speaking. The glass felt from his nerveless fingers ay 1 woman's When a U constant. IT filled with nervous unreasoning' dread and show that her entire mind The attractions Beautiful Goods and Low of r a R.T.ColIinS, - J The Store whore VrtlUU ,, iwi iw YC7 ' it Prices. MifV Next Door to Ohio County Bank. Juoiiar more. TJ. M,t ana uen- - r 1 Ul I -- OKI . . "a J rjgjfflaPl - Jv artlcm dl (order, -- nerron Is . f iw .- ed and broken down. Nine SHOES, Trid, SHOES. tf Tod. M.ik SHOES. ISsSSb It tliat there Is tome apecial disease or weakness of the important and deliand shivered into a thousand frag cate organs which make ments ou tbe floor. The swinging her woman. Nlnelimea It ten it means that tome I" door pushed open and shut again, nud instant and radical meas when the little group about the bar ures mut be taken to save her from commental and New pletewai so nenroutphysical wreck.la hear the looked up the tramp was gone 1 I couldn't bear Mrs. uuud of ray own voice when aloue Orleans Picayune. Nellie BrUtenhan, of Davenport. Thayer Co., Nebr. MX felt as though there was some one ready to arab me If the least aonnd was made. Attontlon, Machlno Mon. I really cannot describe the feetlnrt I had, bat I can aay X hare no such uely feellDcm now and never may araln. McIIenry Machine Co., McIIenry, I trust weaknesa and very I was lufferinf from much from nervous female Ky., have a lull line of Fittlngs.Pipe, prostration. I conld not I was not able to doaavthlnr, Hose, Packing, etc., at lowest market sit up all day. I had not ssl np all day since the of ray baby. Sour months before 1 bejran to repair birth Dr. Herce'a medicines. X took one doctoe-- a prices. Are prepared to do take meuiciuc iNtuiuaHKn aiuog work on Machinery of all klnds,Grey st alt: so. iut fuur nDniiH thoueht 1 would try discoorsired. t Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription and 'Colden Iron and Brass Castings. tf Medical Discovery.' 1 took sla bottles of the Prescription and nine of the 'Clolden Medical Discovery' and used Dr. Pierce'a rieasant relicts for rtltr Cull. , elotijr with the other medicines, Gutmued tobacco habit curt , maass'wask they have done wonders for me and 1 can say moo Strom, blood pur. toe, SI. AU drutiuu. I do alt my work uowaud feel better than for iwo years. I had not eaten anything- - for three months eacept some kind of souti and crackers; BoavorDam, Ky. now I est anything I want. 1 believe owe my health to Dr Pierce's medicines " w omen Discuuraced, broken-dow- n Let the word go out that there is write to Dr R. V. Pierce, at Duflalu, should. N. V no smallpox in Beaver Dam as has and leant how carefully be . atudlea Into apparently hopeless He will these been reported. And no probability of send without charge, (in n plain sealed it. There Is a strict quarantine kept envelope) the best advice of a capable, experienced physician. In.tl,-.,- - - dm,, 1m . ,m ttr SttTpod m Shttnk JsaLliiiiiH SUmfd 5 in Stsirpsd in Sunk Shi nli W' BUMBLE BEEJK SECRETARY Queen dffisHA $3.50 JHB isRr36MsMsHEiiw STOP- i AND THINK! is a pair of Shoe, von be jure vou oct a IvainJiHI nusisurc of value toe vour nvmev. If It MoaO'c vr, UUU ON TUB That's what wins Getting there first and hittcn' 'em hard when you arrive. That's what Shoes With a Record ror diirnlillHv, stole vl nil Hit fine liotiitA kt Mtoctivnftkid ;vl ntling. Where We Get Together. YOU WANT SHOES. WE'VE GOT SHOES. LATEST Our Goods mi (i Our Prices are doing for competition in the Shoe line this season. That's the Kind We Sell l and Dr. Taylor, tbe health officer.has all tbe cases in the pest house away even from the Taylor Mines. All good citizens ought to join in com mending the energy shown in stamp Ing out tbe epidemic, and keeping the country from being overspread by it. Tlic BROWfl SHOi; CO., tlic Hkxjesr vl Best Mioc Builders lit tlic Cotrv, and ttvcv stand ucluiul their product. The ore nvidc j.BEST (fe-- STYLES. VALUES. Wo'ro lmmntorinix down er persons In Interest may appear at ld Former Hartford Boy. The Courier-Journ- s, of Tuesday had of a former Ohio the following to say - Stone-Gocbel-g- e county citizen, Prof. Wm, Poster, who has just been elected to tne chair of Chemistry at Central University at Richmond, Ky,: Prof. Foster, the new Professor of Chemistry .began bis remarkable edu-cational career at Hartford College, Ky., whence he was graduated with much credit, with B. S. and A. B. degrees, and took a course la Vander- bllt University. After this he taught for three years in Hartford College, his associate being Dr. Wayland Alexander. In 1S95 Dr. Foster en tered the graduate school of Prince ton University and received the de gree of Master of Arts. Following his graduation he was made Assistant to the Professor ol Applied Chemistry, and served two years. Then he completed the research work and study for tbe degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Later he took course in thermodnamlcs under Prof. W. K, Major, Ph. D.'(Berlfn), and did chem-Istrwork under Prof. II. B. Corn wall.B. M. Ph. D. (Columbia), and Prof.L. W. McClay, D. S. (Princeton). In his many yeara of study Dr. Foster was under a large number of great scholars, all of whom heartily commended his work. Prof E. II. Loomis has spoken of him as "a fine Prof, type of the II. B. Cornwall says: "Dr. Foster is a thorough scholar, enthuslatlc and industrious." Prof. L. M. McClay says of him: "I predict quite a future for him. He is a highly accomplished chemist and most estimable Cbristaln gentleman." Prof. W, Fellogle.Prof. W.B.Scott, Dr.C. F. W. McClnre, Prof. Baldwin, Dr. Woodrow Wilson, President Pitton, and the entire Princeton faculty unanimously com mend Dr. Foster, and all of his early Kentucky associates arcenthusiastlc in his praise. Dr. Foster was born May 15, 1869, at Hartford, Ky. J y said time and place and show cause, If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Witness the Honorable Waller Citizrn. Rvans, Judge of said Coutt, anil the seal thereof, at Owensboro in said dls State op Ohio, Citv of Toledo, 1 trtct, on the 14th day of June A. D., j Lucas County, Titos SriiitD, Clerk. 1899. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that By DODtSY Lindsky, Deputy Clerk. he is tbe senior partner of the firm ol F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in Last fall I sprained my left hip tbe City of Toledo, County and State while handling some heavy boxes. aforesaid, and that said firm will pay The doctor I called on said at first It the sum of One Hundred Dollars for was a slight strain and wobld soon be each and every case of Catarrh that well, but it grew worseitnd the doctor cannot be cured by the use ot Hall's then said I had rheumatism. It conCatarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. tinued to grow worse and I could Sworn to before me and subscribed hardly get around to work. I went to In my presence, this 6th day of De- a drug store and the druggist recomcember, A. D. 18S6. mended me to try Chamberlain's Pain . . A. W. Gleason, f of a nt Balm. I ttied it and seal bottle cured me entirely. I now I w- ' Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- recommend It to all my friends. F. nally, and acts directly on the blood A. Babcock, Erie, Pa. It for sale by Bro. m. mucous surfaces of the system. Z. Wayne Griffin & $300 Invested wlm us m mis pair or snots puvs inorc service, foot comfort oivl stole man vui can oer for un coual amount unv place ctsc This is a cut ol our Humble Dee 8 I 00 Shoe, our price Shoo, Wo stnnd back of this Shoe guaranteed to give aatiafaction, or Shoe as the others. Remember we are SIl 00 the only bouse in Hartford where wlih nnoilicr pnir for every pair that money tefunded. We atk a close intheso Shoes can be bought. spection oi this Shoe. turns out bad. Rvt-SOOODA'.-Sco- tch Lawns go in this ssle at 10 yards for 39c. Dimities, worth 7Ac, our price 6c. Extra fine and extra wide Dimities, would be cheap at 10c, our price 6c. French Organdies go in this sale at 10c, 13Jc, 16c and 18c, worth 15c, 18c, 2oo ami 3."ic. f the above Shoe Faultless in money In town. Made by The style Made by The and finish. Cc, the bat Brown Shoe Brown Shoe Co, St. Louis, who shoe builders. turn out nothing but the best. Queen Ike is a regular $3.00 This is a regular $5 00 Shoe, our T lie Vici Kid, our piico $2. Ewry pair prico $3.60 sanio guarantee on tbii iPi, CSf V Shoc BuyI shown above, the tj Best for the O ,0 OsOl prloott nnil driving tip vitluoa, I Pl for DOHESTia-Qo- od heavy yard-wi- de regular 81.25 Dongoia Kid Shoe, our Sheeting, would be cheap at 5c, price $1.00 per pair. A full line of Ladies' Fine Shoes from 75c to $3.50 our prico 3jc. Extra heavy yard-wldSheeting, worth GJc, our price 5c. per pair. s Good yard-wid- e lileacbed Cotton, s one-hal- 50-ce- - Turkey Ked worth OJc, our price 4c, Extra good 54 inches wide.our price 15c per yard. yard wide soil finished, would be cheap Extra quality Red Plaid, worth 40c. at 7Jc, our price 5c Belter grades GO inch German at OJc, OJo and 7ic our competitors our price 25c. 10-- 4 White lileacbed Table Linen, would be cheap aak 7jc, 8Jc and lOo per yard. BED SPREADS. Bed Spreads, hemmed and ready for at 50c, sale price 39o. Special values Good new Spring Style Drew Priuti use. worth 75a, our price 55c. Extra at 49c, 50c and Goc. go in this sale at 3Jo. TABLE LINENS. fine 10- -1 and Send tor testimonials, F. J. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. free. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. O.A. Burst! i.i f Tin asaja FOniA. Ind 'm M" Hhnri s i- Bought A Tramp's Eloquent Looture. A tramp aaked for a free drink in a saloon. The request was granted, and, when In the act of drinking tbe proffered beverage, one cf tbe young men present exclaimed: "Stop; make us a speech. It is poor liquor that doesn't unloosen a man's tongue!" The tramp hastily swallowed down the drink, and as the rich liquor coursed through his blood be straight ened himself and stood before them with a grace and dignity that all his rags and dirt could not obscure, Gentlemen," he said, " I look to night at you and myself, and It seems to me I look upon the picture of my lost manhood. This bloated face was once as young and handsome as yours. This shambling figure once walked as proudly as your, a man In the world of men I, too, once had a home and friends and a good position. I bad a wife as beautl ful as an artist's dream, and I dropped the priceless pearl of her honor and respect In the wine cup.aud Cleopatra? like, saw It dissolved and quaffed it down In the btlmmlug draught, J I had children as sweet and lovely hi tbe flowers ol spring, and saw them fade and die under the blighting curse ol a drunken father, I had a home where love lit (be flame upon tbe 1 . , tions aud elections. Tbe only remedy "Tls worth a bag of gold." This for these abuses Is for the sturdy farapplies with special mice to Hood's mers, industrious mechanics and busy Sarssparllla, America's Greatest Med- mine and factory operatives to turn iclue. ,;out to the political conventions, select Dta'l TbkMM 1,11 iwsr. 'the candidates and shape tho policies To quit tobacco ass Sauls T.sr lift ba mif aaillt and f orsrtr, of the political parties. vptlo, full ol lilt, narre and lor, laka bwi)nJ.r-workr- , thatmai.s (iiknn . Cuuurn-liedconvention RU(. Al drufilsu, Moorll. Democratic rtue Tub is in session In Musio State Hall, Louisville, bel Booalsl ad ssmsla trt. Address Hltrllaj ll.ni4.Ij i Chicago or Nw York. if- - - combi this week, Tbe Stone-GoeTito BhI Prescription for Cbllla nation after an exciting contest elected and Fever Is a bottle of Orovt's Tast-les- s Chill Tonic. Never falls to core; Judge D, U, Kecjwiue, of Jackson, Breathitt county, terupoiary chair- then why experiment with worthless man. B the election of the tempo Imitations? Price, 50c. above styled case for the sum of: In tbe District Court of the United $162 00 witli interest from Dec ist,l894 " April 2Sth, 1899 States, for the District of Kentncky, " July 29th, 1898 110 58 in Bankruptcy. " May 25th, 1898 In the matter of Luther Rock, a 160.33 " May 18th, 1898 Bankrupt. On this 14th day of June 118 30 " July 26th, 1898 A. D 1809, on considering the peti500.50 Aug. 17th, 1898 6280 tion ot the aforesaid bankrupt for dis" April Ijtb, 1898 charge, filed ou the 10th day of June, 221 90 "April 14th, 1898 A. D., 1899, it Is ordered by the court 121 90 " May loth, 1898 6737 that a hearing be had upon the same " July 22nd, 1898 on tbe 8th day of July A. D 1899, 33 9 before said court at Louisville In said 262 8( "Jan. 1st, 189S ' Mar. 26th, 1898 district at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, 26581 Sept. 5th, 1893 or as near thereto as practicable, and 47I.3 that notice thereof be published one And $223.83 cost herein, I will offer time In Hartford Republican, a for sale by public auction at the court newspaper printed in said district, house door In Hartford, Kentucky, on and that all known creditors and oth- Monday the 3rd day of July, 1899 er persons in interest may appear at about 1 o'clock p, m., upon a credit said time and place and show cause, of 9, 12 and 18 months, except the if any tbey have, why the prayer of personal property, which will be sold said petitioner should not be granted. on a credit ot three months, the folWalter lowing described property, to wit: BeWitness the Honorable Evans, Judge of said Court, and the ginning at a stake two poles from the seal thereof, at Owenaboro in said center of the main track of Jhe Owensdistrict, on the 14th day of June A. boro, Falls of Rough & Green River railroad on the east line between Har D 1899. Thos. Speed, Clerk. By Dudley Lindsky, Deputy Clerk, din and Steve Moore; thence S. 81 lj H 8 4 10 to a stake aame distance Would NotSuffor So Again for from said railroad; thence parallel Fifty Times Its Prlco. with aame east 16 poles to a stake; I awoke last night with severe thence S. 1 1 W. 34 poles to a stake; pains in my stomach, I never felt so thence N 86 W. to a stake in the badly in all my life. When I came Steve Moore line. 24 4 to poles; thence down to work thia morning I felt so N n E. to the beginning, containing weak I could hardly work. I went 5 1 to actes. Lot No. 2, bounded as follows: Be to Miller and McCurdy'a drug store and they recommended Chamberlain's ginning at the southeast corner of lot Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme No. 2, on which the Thompson Coal dy. It worked like magic audoae Tipple Is situated and two poles from dose fixed me alright It certainly the said railroad running parrallel Is the finest thing I ever used for with same N. Hjyi K 13 poles to stomach trouble. I shall not be with- Dean's line; thence with his line S 4 out it in my home hereafter, for I W. 38 polea to a stake; thence S 87 should not cate to endure the suffer- W. 13 poles to a stake, corner of said ings of last night again for fifty tlmea lot No. 2; thence with said lot No 4 its price. G II. Wilson, Liveryman, 9 39 poles to the beginning, contain Bnrgtttatons, Washington Co., Pa. Ing three acres. Also the leasehold from M J, HarThis remedy is tor sale by Z. Wayne din to M, S. Thompson upon a tract m. Griffin & Bro, of land on the waters of Panther creek To Cur Constipation Forver. Tak Cascarsu Candy Cathartic lOoortta. In Ohio county, Kentucky, bounded It C. O. C tall to cur, drueelsls refund money. by tbe land of the .Ktua Coal Com. pany, the Owenaboro, I'alls of Rough Bankruptcy, 6 Green IMver railroad Company, In the District Coutt of the United Creed Haidln and George Bush and States, for the District of Kentucky, containing 190 acres more or less. Said leasehold conveys the right to in Bankruptcy, In the matter of John L. Rock, a mine or remove nil coal, Iron, stone, Bankrupt. On this 14th day ot June clsy, oil, salt or other mineral or vol In or under A. D 1899, on considering tbe peti- atile substances tion of tbe aforesaid bankrupt fordia said lands and is fir n period f fifty charge, filed on the 10th day of June, yeara from April 6th, 1894 and is the A. D., 1899, It la ordered by tbe court same conveyed to M. S. Thompson hy that a hearing be bad upon the same M.J. Hardin by Iwse ol record in on the 8th day of July A. D 1899 Ohio County Clerk's office. Also tbe following described person before said coutt at Louisville In aaid district at to o'clock, In the forenoon,, (al pr.ipeity, to witt One gray mule namea "Jiinly " or us near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published one one red mute named "Isaac." one time In Hartford Republican, a red mule named "Tom Stout." ore newspaper printed in said district, bay mule named "Dive," one red and that all known creditors and otb mule named "Ned," one bay mule 4S1-O1 Bankruptcy. is solid HEN'S SZZOES-Men'sg- ood SI, our price 85c the best Spread on Master Commissioner's Sale. earth for tho money. Regular SI. 35 leather Shoe, would be cheap at 81 25, sale price 81.00 per pair. Extra fine Spread, sale price 98c. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky quality, worth 81 50, our price 81.25. H. L. Koltinsky & others, PI' Is,' j LADIES' SHOES. Ladies' Don- Our men's Traveler Shoe, would be vs goia Kid Shoe, would be cheap at cheap at $2 00, our price $1.60. Atk Panther Creek CqalCo &cDef order 81.00, our price 75c. "Our Mary," a to see our other grades. By virtue of a judgment and of sate of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, 1899, in the f Children's Good Klbbc 9 Spread, would be cheap at EMBROIDERIES and LACES. Manutactured lengths, 4 J yanli, each at Co and 74c, worth 10c and 12Jc Extra wide, worth 12Jc and 15c, our prico lOo and 12Jc. Laces from 15c dozen yards up. i Hoso. price 5c. Mon's Good Hoavy Sox, 5o Por Pair. i j) R. T. COLLINS, t Chlldron's school f J -S- AFETY PINS 2c A hand- - korchlofs 1c onch. CAR- D.- f f J Jdarifordy. 4ext Ooor to Ohio (Jo Barn named "Ned," one mouse colored mule named "Dutch," one black mule named "Nan," one black mule named "Tom," or sufficient thereof to produce the sums ol money ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale. This 16th day of June, 1899. Master Commissioner. A BARGAIN MONTH. Rowan Houirook, St Glenn Ringo, Attorneys. HOW Old She The place that Juno holds in tho calendar . makes it a month of clearing sales and low prices. We still have a good stock of Spring and Summer Merchandise on hand, and these goods represent cash and consume room, both of which we need in order to prepare for the next season. The month is nearly over and we have made away with the greatest part of the surplus of Spring and Summer Goods. , Sat in order that We may still farther reduce our stoei?, we are offering some great bargains, which We thinv are worthy of yoar attention : NOTIONS. We sell you a good pair ladles' hose for 5c, or six for 35c; better grade toe, or thtee for 2 jc. One lot ladles' black hose 15c per pair, or two lor 25c, worth 20c per pair Ladles' ribbed vests ,c to 25c. Ladles' and gentlemen's belts 25c to 35c, worth 35c and 60c. A nice line pufl bosom shirts In all sizes go at 50c, actual value 75c Gentlemen's nice balbilgan underahltts only 20c, regular 35c goods ; better grade 25c, worth 50c. Men's drilling drawers 20c, or two pair for 35c, regular 25c quality, One lot men's bleached drill, ing drawers ro at soca pair wmth 75c Looks Poor clothes cannot make Even pale you look old. cheeks won't do It. Your household cares may be heavy and disappointments may be deep, but they cannot make you look old. One thing does It and never falls, . It It Impossible to look young with the color of seventy yeara in your hair. HATS AND CAPS. There is no better line carried in Ohio county than we carry. We will sell you n boy's nice atraw hat for 10c, worth 20c ; better grades Irom 25c to 50c. Men's nice straw bats tor 25c, regular 35c goods. Men's and boys' wool snd fur hata at 35c to $4 If you need anything iu this line call and see us. We aie suteto please you. CLOTHING. Twelve pair boys' knee pants, sizes 6 to 15 years, regular 35c pants, go at 25c per pair. Boys'suits(knee punts) 65c, wotth 90c, Twenty four boya' suits (knee pants) $1 49, would be a bargain at lt.75 We can show you a line at $2 56 that are great values. In men's clothing we will sell you a nice suit tor $2 75 that would be a bargain at $$ 50. We also have a beautiful line running from $6 to $to. Come to see us when you need a suit and you are sure to carty one home with you. Afler's Vigor tell-tal- e SUOES AND SLIPPEK8. Lad lea' black slippers 50c, actual value 75c Ldea' black or tan slips pers. teKular $1 gooda, gp at 75c One lot of children's slippers, sizes 3's to 6's, regular 75c quality, go at 59c. One lot, slzea 5' to 8'a In black or tan, former price $1, will close out at 79c One lot 8'a to 13'n In Mni-l- r cheep at ft 25, go st $1 per pair One , mi-10 1 a, oig Dargams at ica i ft So, go now at $t 29. Wecairy a line ol men's and boya' Cue ahoea in black or tan for ft to I3 50 per pair Give us a trial In this line and wenre sure to aell you Jn men's heavy COOOS we Will alv vnn a nMi .aIU shoe fur $1, actual value $1.35 We aifo nave a tew pair ot men's heavy $1 65 quality, to bo at $1 40. i. SrAPLE DRY GOODS. Good calicoes, worth 5c, still go at 4c; 4c calicoes at 3c. Nice line apron and dieas ginghams, worth anywhere from 6c to 8c a yatd, go at 5c Bleach cotton 4c. Heavy domestic 4Jjc per yard or 4c by the bolt. We alao have a fine line of wash goods in Lawns, Piques, Linens, Percales, which go at greatly rerluctd figures. permanently poirponea the signs of age. Used 10 directions It according Gradually bring j back the color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as It did at fifteen. It thickens the hair alto; stops It from falling out; and cleanses the scalp Shall we from dandruff. send you our book on tbe Hair snd Its Diseases? Sfl tllnillfillO- - Vnil ffW nnof fnvni nn1 trusting you will come and got some ot JUa Advlem Frv, It ran d not obuin all tlia fcsas-fi- ts tou sspcls4 (rom las asaof ths Vlcor, vrlta In doctor afcoat It. WobsGlr tksra Is nuns altstalti wlta roar Ktasrsl srstsm wUcb Kit. J. U. ivtll, UjwsD, lias. Tttm J. E. FOGLE & CO. We want your Eggs, Feathers and Ginseng. v. SUMMER SPECIALS, Fair & Co., the leaders of Dry Goods trade, have received a complete line of Midsummer wear, and will offer for the next ton days Special Inducements in all Departments. Note our prices. Come and examine the quality. SPROIALaS. Ladies fait Black Hose , Men's heavy Socks. Yard-widWench (no lime) Meu'a heavy Suspenders Hamplo line Ladle Vest taped neck 6c; regular lUc quality. oumucu lowels i . BOo Parasols e "Courage and Strength in Times of Danger." ,.,) . 50 50 ..6o 10o 5o Vfead the warning between the lines. What is that warn ing It is of the danger from the accumulation of badness in the blood, caused by the usual heavy living of the Winter months. Spring is the clearing, cleansing time of the year the forerunner of the brightness and beauty of glorious summer. Follow the principle that Nature lays down. Start In at once and purify your blood with that great specific, Hood's Clip- -" Sixteen weeks ot (rip made ms weak, but after all die railed Hood's Bar aparlUa cured roe. Later I orervorked, and dyspepsia and canker In mouth and stomach bothered me. I took the Sarsapa-rlll- a araln and It completely restored me." Mas. Kuxiirra Fomy, Xxeter, N. II. RhlimHm-"Mjie- ir and a friend both surltred from serere attacks ot rheumatism. Hood's Sarsaparilla cured both. We would not be without It." Wm. II. Lima, 65 Leonard St., Fall Hirer, Mass. and Back " For one year pains In my back and head pmented my house-hol- d dutlei. I took Hood's Sareaparllla and am a well woman. It alio cured the crip In our famllr." Mas. Mirni Hiisuaov. Cor. First and Franklin AveColumbuiJnd, Miss Motile Renfrow, Sunny Dale, is visiting relatives at Dundee this week. Mr. P. L. Young, London, Ky., is at the bedside of hlft brother, Mr.W S, Young, who is very 111 here. Mr. S. H Phillips and daughter, Miss Bertha, of Shreve, were pleasant callers at this office Wednesday. Our Milliner will be with us until July 1 st. See her for Hats before she leaves. Carson & Co. The commencement address of the Green River Academy was delivered by Mr. Ben D. Rlngo Friday night. We still have a good line of ladles Oxfords from 50c to $3.50. See our line before buying. Carson & Co, Mrs. Carrie A. Williams, of Hartford, will goto Cairo, III., next Friday where she will make her future home. St. Mary's Catholic church at Whitesvllle will give a picnic, near that place, July 8, tor church benefit. Reserve seat tickets for the Cox Orchestra at the court house Saturday night on sale at Griffin's drug store 35C Mr. James FItzhugh, who has been attending a dental college at Louis vllle, came home a few days ago to spend the summer here. Congressman R. P. Bland, popular- ly known as "Silver Dick," Bland died at Lebanon, MUsourl.last TuesMr. Bland was born near Hartford ,ln this county, In 1835 and spent bis beyhood here, alterwards going to Missouri where he later attracted attention as a politician and became a national character In politics Many ol the older citizens here and at Dun dee, where he also lived for awhile, wilt remember the country boy who It is said gave at that time little prom lse of future greatness. Mr. Bland devoted most of his public life to ad voaclng the free coinage of silver. tie was the logical candidate for the Presidency before the Chicago Con ventlon In 1896, but the Democratic party with its accustomed Ingratitude set blm aside, and it is said that his failure to secure the nomination hastened his death. Mr. Bland was a pure,honestanduprIght statesman and his public life will become a part of the permanent history of his country. day. At Four Score Dr. Miles' Nsrvlne Restores Health- . Sayfajfci ight giyfe If you buy your suit Iran us, you're never asked an extra price, just because It's in the helghth of style. You are always assured of the newest, but the price to ynu is based upon their real worth it's a fair transaction in every case you get the full value In the material and making. rJtylishly dressed fellows will assure you that our clothes are always leading when they want the proper Ideaatbey come EZEKIEL ODEAR, aueuor and to us for them. tax collector, Dererly, Mats., who hat paeied tho 60th lite mile stone, says: "Dr.Mllea'IteitoratlTeNerTlnehaa done a great deal orcood. I Buffered foryeara from aleeplciineta and nerrons heart trouble. Would (eel ireary and need up In tha morning, had no ambition and my work aeemed a burden. A friend recommended Dr. Ullee' Ncrrluc, and I purcbaied a bottle under protest ua I had tried so many remedies I thoojht It no tu. But It giro me reetf ul aletp, a good appetite and restored mo to onergetle health. It la a grand good medicine, and I will gladly write anyone inquiring, full particulars of my eat- uractory experience. tit. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug. aKV gists under a posltlre guarantee, Srst bottle Nervine) benefits or money reSBa funded. Doolc on dis- pb- ,irmj(v jSssm eases of the heart and & llaallh nerreetree. Address. OK. MIXEa MEDICAL UO, Elkhart, Ind. OJ fto I ... ...... ...... " Boy a sp0 Barsaparilla. ,25o 600 It ntvfr disappoints. Krco 1 Meu'i blfxk Luster CoaU. , $1,00 IltCO IlDCO SUltf MMItHlMMItltltltHXIIMMIMIIHItlMM 198 Ay Worsted outtf ! i50 Extra grey Tricot Suits $6. Others want $10 for same. Child wash Suit 60c Men's wool Pants 81.25. Best line in Hartford. See us before buying. i outh i long unUt 1 Atiu OLOTHlNGi ,,,,,,, ...... tt Domocratlc Convontlon. The Democratic convention here Saturday was particularly interesting to the Republicans. A fair sprinkling of the falthlul, mostly sound money meu.were present when Chairman Holbrook called the convention to order. gold combine The, put up Hon. Alvis Tichenor for chair-maand the Hardln-Sllvmen offered Judge J, S. Glenn. Tichenor was chosen chairman and Mr. Heber Matthews was elected secretary. Dr. J. S. Morton, W. N. Stevens, , F. Carson, W. R. Chapman, P. E. Hocker, W. A. Rone and W. H. Barnes were appointed on the committee on resolutions. The work is already done. The resolutions endora ed the Chicago platform, denounced trusts, endorsed the Chinn school book bill and endorsed the operation ol the Goebel election law as shown in the last election. The resolutions were adopted and the fun began. J. E Bean moved to Instruct for Goebel first and Hardin second, but the motion was never formally disposed ot. R. P. Hocker nominated Stone, Shelby Taylor, Goebel, and Ben D. Ringo nominated Hardin. Alter the voting began It was soon apparent that the StoncGoebel combine was In the majority, particularly when a number ot the combine follows voted twiceand some three times, as charged by the Hardin men. Probably the warmtot Incident of the convention was the attempt of some negroes.whom the Herald cuddles one week and curses the next, to vote for the com' bine candidate. The Hardin men objected to the negroes voting, and yells of take 'em out.knock 'em down, etc., were mixed up with Sandow oaths, drawn barlows and Comanche yells, and finally the colored brothers whose votes the Democrats so highly priz: about election time were denied the right to vote in a white Demi ocrstic Convention. Alter first instruction was given for Stone,the Goebel managers moved that instructions for Governor cease, but they were unable to control all of the forces and second instruction was given for Hardin, much to the dismay of the Goebel crowd, and they raised sheol with the Stone fellows for going back on the trade. The delegation to the State convention is made up ol the following named gentlemen. eight ot whom are for Goebel, fonr for Stone and one lor Hardin; with an additional Hardin man going as an honorary delegate E. T. Miller, Shelby Taylor. T. J. Smith, W. U. Barnes, R. T. Collins, H. P. Taylor, B. .D. Ringo, Morton Holbrook.R. P. Hocker.Henry Field, T. L. Griffin, R. S. Lanham, F. L. Felix and Rowan Holbrook. Stone-Uoeber SOT DRDllim CLCTEIID. Ladies fine button or lace Shoes Men's fine Shoes, lace or congress Best on earth $1.50 Men's fine Shoes. Good grain plow Shoes By box calf Shoe Child Slipper SHOES. , Hd - ..$1.00 1,00 , 1.00 81.00 50c to 1.00 o(o JjOodASaUai bama ' tmlythanU Wood! M1U MsUa'S- ifiu its lilsck olipfwrs GOo tan Big line sample Shuts at 81.00 fine shirts 76o fine Shirts on the dollar. shirts! MILxIaINRRY. totk Ttr Ills. U with rfawt griDpatfUlZ m Hartford Republican. Don't fall to attend the entertain night by Prof. R. G. ment Cox's Orchestra, Brass Band and Soloists. Admission 35c, 25c and 10c Mr. W. S. Young, a young man from London, Ky,, who has bees at tending Hartford College, Is very sick at the residence ol Mr. W. G. Hard wick. Mr. Henry Griffin and Dr. Jo T. Miller, of Hartford, have purchased a drug business at BIcknell, Ind., and will take charge ol it about the first ol August. a COofine Shirts Fine Hilk bosom Shirt Beautiful Pud bosom Shirts Men's work Shltl MID-SUMMER Latest in Sailors trimmed bats Pretty Flowers, Chiflbns, Ribbons, Laces. ont regardless ot former prices. Beautiiul 60c FRIDAY, JUNE aj. 38c 25c Late seed potatoes at Carson Bros. 81.00 Dress Linen 7c to 20c at Carson & 60c 25c; 35c and 60 Co's. See Carson & Co. for Straw and Lin. 35c to 82.60 eh Hats. 81.00 up Field's 'bus meets all trains at These goods we are closing Beaver Dam. all around where he had many friends Resolved, That we wilt endeavor to Imitate his character, and we hereby tender our sympathy to his bereaved children and relatives. We request these proceedings be published In the Republican and Herald and a ropy of each be sent to the children of the deceased comrade. LODIS GURNTHBR. Any dealer can offer you that kind, but ours is such as bears the labels of foremost houses they possess every merit iu making and trimming. If you'll nolo our suits, you'Jl readily discover their su periority over tho ordinary. Its visible in every suit, but our prices are oftenUmca just a litllo. lower than you're asked for the same suits. There's a handsome range of styles in the new stuff in the with prices rang kinds that you'll be sure ing from $2.00 to $12.00. i i SiTISFH SOTS' CLOTH JouL. Carson, Wood Tinsusy. VCom. I wide Percala. . 12lo very latest (or waist. 3(Mnch Madras Cloth. .12ic Sheer White and figured Piques.. 10c. Silk GingOrgandies.. 6c, 7c, 10c. hams.. 33c. India Linens.. Jc. Solid Organdies.. 10c. Fancy Onran-die- s, .So and 10c We show more oi these goods than other combines. Visit us or end for sample. Good buyers investigate before buying, and that means that we sell them. Wbyl because we buy right. We have no burdensome expenses. We carry the biggest stock. We have the lowest price. Yard wide Fercala.. 7c 31ioch Sea Island Percals.. 8c. Beautiful WASH GOODS. When in need of Smoke Stacks, Judge John P. Morton was in Louis, Grate Bars, Inspirators, Governors, vllle last week. Brass goods, etc., call on Mcuenry Mr. Sam Wallace, of Roalne, was Manufacturing & Machine Co., la town Tuesday. McHemy, Ky. tf Mr. C. C Dennis, of Prentls, was Mrs. Elvira Taylor, of dear Pren' In town yesterday. tls, died of meningitis Friday. She Bring in or send la the amount you was sick only about 28 hours. She owe us on subscription, leaves a husband and one child to Ira Bean, son of Mr. T. H Bean, is mourn her death. on the sick list this week. "To Throw Good Money Aftor Bad We wantyoUr Eggs.your Chickens.your Feathers, Wool and Ginseng. V. HflRfFDRD TEMPLE OF FflSHIOH Fair 5l Co., Prop'ps. Economical CmstnicttJ cf slmpU The Smith Premier Typewriter i Writing Machine. RrpstrHtlssiirtiaaiti) UlsthtSalVtlutWrtitr. Dr. T. D. Renfrow, of Dundee, has located at Clovcrport, Ky. Dr. Z W. Shults, of Narrows, was In town the first of the week. Picnic and barbecue bills quickly and neatly made at this office. Eleven suits have been filed in circuit court since the May term. Farming implements of all kinds, for sale by Henry Field & Son. Men's Oxtords $t 25 to $2.00. Carson & Co. Field & Son have secured an extra stable and now have ample room to accommodate all their customers. The politest attention and the best oi feed for your horses. Reports that smallpox had broken out in Hartlord is false. All the smallpox cases in the county are in the pest houses and there is no danger ot a further spread ol the disease. We are authorized to announce that the Soldiers' Reunion advertised for July 4th at Rochester, Ky., will not be held on account of the prevalence of smallpox in so many of the neigh Will but Increase my pain." If have thrown away money for medicines that did not and could not cure, why should yon not now begin taking flood's Sarsaparilla, the medicine that never disappoints? Thousands It's because we keep in closest touch with leading of people who were in your condition and took Hcod's Sarsaparilla say it manufacturers those that designate the styles was the best investment they ever that enables ui to be the first to show the newest made, for it brought them health. "kinks" in fashionable attire. It's because we buy Hood's Pills cure sick headache, indi- them right that places us in position to name the gestion. winning prices. Satisfactory prices, too. We give you a whole lot for your money in this stock newest styles, now. g goods. Boys est materials, best and you suits that set the pace winners at 1.00, longest-wearin- Marriages. R. B. Whlttlnghiil, 32, Rockport, to Effie M. Brown, 19, Echols. Perry Vineyard. 25, Westerfield, to Lou Sharp, 21, Westerfield. J. L. Burton, 30, Render, to Ruble Harris, 21, Render. G. H. Bennett. 23, McHenry, to Verda Maddox, 18, Echols. E. S. Mauzy, 25, Beaver Dam, to Ina Barrett, 2 1, Beaver Dam. Colored Carter. Thomas Griffin to Nora Cfflra,MTFJR We Want to Call Your Attention that we have now on hand V.' prts, on scUnMfle principles II Is Hit most 4nMt tnj Mr. Charlie Russelburg, oi Whites vllle, gave us a pleasant call Monday. boring towns. Magisterial Convention. ruditntnuJt. fVmMmtm. tu Smith Premier Typewriter Company, & 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky 421 Walnut St. , Cincinnati. O. t "SWP Ask for AH CaIsIobm. We come In haste.notsomuch on account of a pressing engagement with you as from the fact that we had no jvm atMir nn hYlltlft. Nnw that W are here let us remind yon of the tact THE0.E.RECHTIN SastJ5 Has on hand at the present tlmerthe best assortment of lumbers that can be While we think of found anywhere it. let us eive you a few pointers on He buys in large quantities and In that way can get the very lowest price. We do not want to make it all and we are willing to divide with you. We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, Celling, Weathetboardlng, etc., THEO. E. RECMTIN. P"tn' For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire bouse Dealer In all kinds of Building Materlat, Cor 7th & Ingle, Evansvllle, Ind. Bml Us- Ct.lr.lf.aw. Agent lir ImI Patent rimf-m- . - THBO.B.RBOHTIN, UNEXCELLED BARGAINS . Barrett's Ferry, B. fKiles Ky. Goto Weaterfield & Miller's for Messrs. Joe L. Carson, Geo. Bun- frest meats, lard, bacon and chickens. ger, Hartford, and John Hudson, Beaver Dam, attended the burial of The entertainment at court hall togrand. Come. their old comrade, Jordan Wells, at morrow night will be Green Briar church, Daviess county, Born, to the wile of Mr. Emerson last Tuesday.and report a large, crowd Rogers Sunday morning a bouncing in attendance. boy. Mr. Caney Daflron, a farmer living Miss Charlie Sanders, Owensboro, is visiting Mrs. C. M. Barnett this near Sulphur Sprlags, lost his house by fire Saturday night The family week. were asleep and the roof was falling Mrs. Olivia Cecil, of Whitesvllle, is In when they woke, and they narrow visiting relatives in Hartford this ly escaped with their lives. Their enweek, tire household goods were tost County Clerk' M.S. Ragland spent Mrs. Dr. George Mitchell died ol a few days at Roainc the first ot the consumption at her residence la Beavweek. er Dam Tuesday. Mrs. Mitchell was Every Republican in the county an exemplary christian lady and her should attend the Convention here bereaved relatives and friends are conJuly 3d. soled with the hope of meeting her again in the beautiful city ot God. Col. and Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding visited relatives near Sulphur Springs A serious difficulty occurred at a Sunday. barbecue at Dextervllle, Butler counThere will be no picnic at Hartford ty, Saturday. A man who was play. on account of the smalW Ing the fiddle for the occasion, whose name we failed to learn, was assaulted pox scare. In the music stand by two brothers, Two Seventh Day Adventlsts are named Burns, each ot whom were killholding a protracted meeting at Union ed by the musician. church near Rosine. At the last examination there were Miss Etta Thomas, who has been forty-onapplicants for certificates to visiting friends at Bowling Green, re teach in the common schools of Ohio turned home Tuesday. county. Of that number four succeed , Luster Coats for lean men and lat ed in making nineteen sets s. men sizes from 34 to 53. Prices ondclasa and lour third class from 50c to $i 50. Carsoh & Co. Miss Laura Render was an Dr. J. T. Wedding, of Whitesvllle, applicant for State certificate. Rosco was in Hartford the first of the week Whlttlngbill was examined for ap polntment to the State University. and paid this office a welcome visit. e firat-clawcetlfi-cate- The Republicans ot the Hartford Magisterial District are hereby called to meet iu delegated convention at Hartlord, July 3, 1899, 10 a. m. for the purpose ol nominating a candidate for Magistrate in the Hartford Magisterial District. Each of the precincts com posing said district Shall meet in mass convention at Its usual voting, place on July ist at 1 o'clock for the purpose of selecting delegates to the convention at Hartford July 3d. The basis of representation in said district convention shall be I vote for eacn 35 or traction over 12 votes cast tor Bailey in 1897. The precincts composing the district will be entitled to the following representation: East Hartford 6. West Hartford 4, Beda 4, Sulphur springs 5, Magan 0. We have just received a carload oi Joun P. Morton, Ch'm'u. and Plows, Harrows, Cultivators M. S. Ragland, Sec'y. of the best make to be bad and Drills are prepared to save you money on alt kinds of machinery. Call and see us before buyinj--. Agents for Mc Cormlck's, the King of harvesting machinery, HifHRY Field & Son, To the fact a large and well selected stock of . ladies', Men's flp Aisses RQ.es A en's, fioys' and (Jhil- dren's loihing. stocked, we will for the As we do not wish to carry any of these Goods over, in fact we are rather over- NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the above mentioned lines, We mean business and if you are in need of these goods it will pay you to come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is new and in every respect. up-to-da- te Birthday Party. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Barnett gave a birthday party last Saturday night In honor of their little daughter, Hattle. Fruits, candles, nuts, etc. were served. All the guests seemed to enjoy themselves splendidly. Miss Hattle, the little hostess, received a nice present from each ol her truest and on denartlnp. each re ceived a souvenir appropriate to the occasion Those present were: Misses Mary Keown, Jessie Glenn, Aunle Patton, .Hattle Hocker, Katie Thomas. Kittle Collins. Fannie Cox, Grace Hudson, Pearl Thomas, Willie Smith, Willie Hocker, Sallle Taylor, Irene Miller, Annie Hudson, Lillie Miller. Cecil Williams, Golds Merely, Georgle Wedding, Bessie Fair, Isabelli Cox, Annie Collins. Masters Burr Morton, Grossie Williams, Victor Matthews, Ernest Field, John Taylor, Cleve Her, Douglas Felix, Clarence Case-bie- r, Ney Foster, Harold Holbrook, Darrel Snllenger, Trimble Pendleton, Roy Heavrln, Perry Keown, Leslie Wedding, Ernest Ike Sanderfur, Tweeddell, Roy Miller, Alex Hudson, Williams, Douglas Wllhoyt, Lyman Joe Miller, Chester Stevens, James P. Thomas, That cough Hangs on You have used all I sorts of cough reme S. Levy & Co., Beda Ky, dies but it does not yield; it is too deep seated, n may wear itself out in time, but f it is more liable lo la grippe, I pneumonia or a seri R. G. A HI i iMi. WILL GIVB produce Cox's Orchestra, Brass Band & Soloists NIGHT. amount of Shoes that I will havo in by July 15th, I make the following offer on the re- In order to make room for the vast maining 300 pairs I now have: 5c on each pair will buy any shoe 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. and pay every baturuay. Thnnkintr mv manv customers for past favQi' and soliciting a continuauco of same, Yours Respectfully, I am timber and will pay 9c and llo for making. Will take up at once. I Makers Good Tie Makers Ti wantTwonty-fiv- Wanted. also o I have first-clas- s We have lotsot Lawns and Imported Hartford is now connected by teleOrgandies. Now is the time to buy, phone with the following points; Cabsoh & Co Jingo, Sulphur Springs, Dnndee,Nar. Messrs, Robert Thorpe, Wm Owens rows, Pordsvllle, Shreve, Beds, Cen and Charlie Thorpe, of McIIenry, tertown, Buford, Pleasant Ridge, Owensboro, and by long distance telcalled to see us while in town Saturephone with the world In general. day. Messrs. E. W. Ford and J. M. Mat Mrs. Dr. A. P,Stanley,of Hopkins-- , tlngly are constructing a line to vllle, will arrive here tomorrow to McIIenry, Rockport aud Rochester, spend a week with Mrs. C. M. BarThe proposed route from Fordsvllle to nett. Hartford .via Msgan has been, we Mrs. Jennie Barnard, widow ol understand, abandoned. Chas. Barnard, deceased, Is danger, George Reddish shot and wounded ously ill at her home near Beaver Owsley Hall, at Rosine Monday Dam. busiMr, Lon Tweeddell U the proud night Reddish is engaged in ness of some sort at Rosine, and Hall father of a baby girl. The little one's bebirthday will occur on the :8th ol was his customer. The customer came noisy and the proprietor put June. him out and shut the door and when Wheat harvest is about over and the noise continued to annoy the prothe crop is reported to be the shortest prietor ke took his gun and without for years. Quality .1 reported to be waiting to open the dooropcajpl tire ' good. on the customer on the oulsVle and Prof. Lon Rogers, who has been at. Inflicted serious, but not fatal tending the Rational Normal Univer- wouud, which induced the disturbing sity at Lebanon, Ohio, since last Sep Umber, U at horn and will spend tke factor to keep quiet, and the propriesummer here. tor tursed la for tke night ous throat affection. You need something Grand Concert in Court Hall, that will give you SMIRK ME 24. It is strength and build (up the body. This Is tho Boat Company in Western Kentucky. Composed of Resolutions on tho Doath of Comrado Jordan Wolls, Whereas, God has seen fit to call from our midst our dear comrade, Jordan Wells, who was a member In goal standing In our Post. He was born in Shslby county, Ky., In 1838, being 6t years old at the time ot his death In 1862 he enlisted in tke 12th Ky. Cav., In Co. B.and served 3 years, and was honorably discharged the good of after bis faithful duty-to- r his oouotry. Rewlv-iJ- . That we hear wltk great sorrow o the death of our lie aepwtea mis itw ob woauay, one 10. iSoo near Greca Briar church, Daviaas county, and was laid away by thePretfoa Mortoa Post, Nn, 4. Chap, lata tr, Joe A. Bennett officiating at the grave. A large atteadaace Trow SCOTT'S EMULSION will do this when evf,rythkj. else tails, mere is no ooubt about It. It nourishes, strengthens, builds up and maKes the body 3trontf ami healthy, not only t Throw off this hard cough, but ta ferity) Mm sysUm against 20 MUSICIANS 20 Will render some very difficult and beautiful music, artlstio solos oa different Instruments; beautiful songs by the best singers, accompanied by tha Qrebottra. The ibnjtrviffo Exprct sayi : "Saturday night was a musical treat such as our citizens had never enjoyed before In this city.' A ficisiness THE BRYANT s BOOK-KUEI'IN- com. 1 la absolutely necessary to the young man or younir woman who wonld wist success in life. This being conceded, it la of first Importance to get your training at the school that stands in the very front rank, gion WMf wtCM.7n rtm . arc T rw down r cwkmnm yu i amJbIm1., SaSr Mil. .S....U a Jtrrutm vi unmnr earn .Tti IiwwisWng food ffwdkbK. I I ti. .ml li.ny ll tinisaUu. f $C0TT40Wiiii,Ctulu,HvYalk. HiJ1 III ulll Mli III i'IH- t 1 ST8A.TT0N BUSCX Ml LttVll.VILI.lt, UKMTirCHY. ) Seven experienced teachers, each oae specialist lis bis line, Otadustes of this college preleirtd by SHORTHAND. j ness houses. Write for beautiful book glvla-- j t- TELEGRAPHY, timonlals Iront graduates occupying prominent positions sll overt ad United States It will be mailed to you 1'RHK. 1M COLLK3S, Im. -- ' JMSiMtfrri tl JlliWtl-- " Hataultl - .. 3). fx.itr-ain-'- &JXXffZMBti3BWMt2Zi 5 " Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNE 33 A FEW FACTS ABOUT SLEEP Na- QuoorThlngsIn Regard to ture's Soft Nurse. TJio ICIml Yoi Ilavo Always Bought, nnd which 1ms been iu uso for over 30 yearn, 1ms boroo tho signature of -- nnti jm8 iccii mndo tinder his per- rf sonnl supervision alneo Its Infancy. vC7f. Allow no ono to decctvo you In this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Substitutes nro but Ex- f ii TLjCGrr'j,, periments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Expcrlctico ngalnst Experiment. r i .Castorla is Riiustltuto for Castor Oil, l'nrcgorlo. Drops una ootlilii .Syrups. Jt Is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic BulTslancc. Its ago is Us guarantee. It destrojs Worms nnd allays revcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea nnd Wind Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Dowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA a GENUINE CASTORIA ' ALWAYS Soars tho Signaturo of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over aAcuci4 30 Years. ARC RUNNING A HENRY FIELD & SON TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE pas- 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 their care will have especial attention. FISIJ7 Aflb 0K, f rop'rs. U f M- s - '. KM F? iff J :i! I I. , ( living in Pennsdale. Pennsylvania. had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. t Ozikkui tia.-i'LrtrfTrrYiV- A housekeeper ft..i mc- CONTUSE on Ih a.d of your foot, r!4 ef tht coin, It'i If you hava lalvv. 16a. bos. or Tour druriUl fcf mail. UIAVl' CHISMIOAI CO., - mr rt INSOMNIA "Ilmvo been u.lne CASCAUKTS for Insomnia, wltu which I have been afillcletl for over twenty itara, nnd I can say that Cutcareti have t Iven me more relief thin anyother reme ij 1 have erer tried. 1 aball certainly recom. mend mem to my friends ai being all they are represented." Thus. Oillaho, KirIo.III. CANDY SOU Vhmrrr ITilU. SEND US ONE DOLLAR (.jsiuuiB i Jour frtltfLt .rid If fuund pvrftct ly MtUfMtory 4 iw Mat BIB. iiil I you vr w or Lrtl of pay iL IkllfeHr ifallTw am lit. kith. llH tilUn fclfb rra4 KUHtTUtH lUiL AID 1000 tout TOlt, by frlbO.O.P,iubjKltoi4inlii4Uon, KWSttKtraS! riai SCaSaiHl TK1DI UXM IMO.rrt.ro ACME! BIRD. I PaUtabta. potent. TmU Oood Do Good, iSarar Hlckan, Weaken, or Grip, 10c. Kc, bite SI3.00 ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... 1M Ih II 00 K W WHUT FOR OITIl BIG FREE fit with or U.tJ, STOVE Trs. Ill MT. fUM nr dr rrwltrIK 00chance a Tbla atora CATALOG U aUaNataOfanla .nJ ht Iron, itr ill, toylMUtiii ma! from giuato cMllKTobaooo Habit IH ill Hum, ivt.il tfnUat, llnliuti lrv ovn oont uour, Ltadaoru wry ui., btry tin uovu Irluirulng, aitrft . blcfctl.pUtMl orntniciiUtlou ami RtlactTour llowclt With HtnaUrKtriiftiuD(dbM. IUM m1 kf Bkic, tn4 ' CanUy Catlitrllc. cur coiiiUpatl&u forever. furmlih f ftJUl m itr wood trrtvu. naklntr II par lOo.Zoe. uao.O fall. drucKlu refund moner UU A 8livilUiLKUTXIt f Ct vm4 tttry ttof nd Rllllll m(i delivery to your rlU wmiw viiBry ;vu j v iwyiwyon ( luw for ourh a itovr, ttt (rtifttt la eoly &IMM.S II W for Plant ""' ivy itiiit n? uu Cafrrta. twr. cutr! usr 6SARS, ROEBUCK A CO.dKOCHIWCO. ILL mt rMj tl part.Ua U Una,lirT. iria RarvtvkUliatf ntAi:it No. No. No. No. No. 232, 222, 202, 294, IAM, KY TlHKTAUI.i:. andWkliktr EltHl curru ai nome wun out twin MOaik nr tic Uri Mm rnEE QR M WOUILIV CO. c. loi WoiUi rrrr Sk NORTH BOUND". tr 204,Fa.tM!l Uitwi bM. H iT-Btai bwi ir vuiiauv. VHtlMt, t L Accommodation. ,6;02 a. Accommodation. .12.4 p. Fait Mail 6:52 p. Local Frel.'ht.. . .8:10 a. 1 ..4:41a. iu. m. tn. m. m. 8:30; Music Orchestra. 8:40; An address Prof. A. P. Women as well as men fy are made miserable by Thomas. Presentation of District Banner kidney and bladder B LA M E. tronble. Dr. Kilmer's Supt. Asblock. Swamp-Roo- t the great kidney remedy SATURDAY MORNING promptly cures. At druggists tn ulty 8:00; Devotional Exercises Rev. cent and dollar sizes. You may have a sample bottle by mall free, also Jornagin, and music by orchestra. 8:30; Critical Language, need of pamphlet telling all about U. Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N Y. pure English in College and High School T. I. Morton. Eyea Are Made Ntrons. 8:40; On Time G. K. Holbert. dim vision made clear, styes removed 8:50; Education as a Moral vs. Inand granulated lids or sore eyes ol any kind speedily and effectually tellectual force M. E. Wood, Supt. enred bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle J.T.Davis. Rye Salve. Its put up in tubes, and 9:10; Music by Orchestra.' sold on a guarantee bv all good drug, 9:15; The Young Citizen's Categists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf chism J. H. Pile, Supt. A Drisklll, G. P. Creel. 9:35; The Teacher In his Workshop Mns. C. W. Barnes, H. J. Graham. ic. lor Infants and Children. 9:50; Essentials in the course of The Kind You Have Always Bought study Supts. AshcrafU, Rogers, and Prof. J. C. Cardwell. Bears the Signature of 10:05; What shall be our Criterion of SuccessMiss Dora E. Gibson. 10:15; What to do in the school Who Hath Woe? room and how to do it by Prof. N. T. Groves. Man that Is married to a woman 10:30; The great ned ol Kentucky time is of few during schools Supt Ashlock, J. F. Nail. days and full of carpet tacks. 10:50; The Township School SysA cloud ot dust obscureth ,bls vis tem R. II. Spurrier, C. II. Vertress. ion and great gobs of darkgloom op 11:10; General business of the Aspressetb his soul. sociation, He riseth up betimes onfleth the 12:00; Music. Adjournment. morning air with a heavy heart and Edgar Crawford, ) an obstructed nose. M. Cook, Com. J He snatcheth a raw pancake irom C. W. Barnes. the griddle and rushet to his labors The KMKlr, King ol All depressed in spirit und saturated with is noted for its keen sight, clear and dyspepsia. distinct vision. So ate those persons He returnetti nt noon and falleth who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any ever a mop. The dull sickening thud of the be- - kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers at 25 cents, sale by Z. larrupped carpet Is heard in the land. Wayne Griffin & Bro. For tf The queen of his household crown- The individual wbo snores should eth herself with a dirty towel and a be "rapped" in slumber. fierce look. She reaembletb.an avenging angel. UIIK A C'OLU I.N ONE MAY Her sceptre is a broom, and carpet Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tab. fnzz cllngelh to the selvage of her lets. All druggists refund money if nose. it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine tf Large quantities of teal estate set- - has L. B Q. on each tablet. tlelh among the dimples ol her swanLittle things trouble us and little like neck. things console us. The family dog howletb, beneath If troubled with rheumatism, give the window like the wall of damned a trial, It souls and Notre Dame soul In the Chamberlain's will not not cost you a cent If It does bouse sleepeth, She maketh her spouse eat dinner no good. One application will relieve from the' ironing board In the kitchen the pain. It also cures sprains and bruises in where it resteth on two chairs. the time required treatment. He Cndeth a cake of soap beside his by any other Cuts, his plate and a portion of the scalp of burns, frostbites, quinsey, pains In the side and chest, glandular and the scrubbing biush Is his butter. At night be returneth to bis home other swellings are quickly cured by with a timid, halting step. He tear- - applying It' Kvery bottle waranted. Price, 25 and 50 cts. 7., Wayne Grifeth (he worst. The swish o the peach limb Is fin, m. One of the most remarkable facts to be fonnd In the hUtory of sleep consists In the utter luabllity to resist its onset in cases of extreme fatifne. Several remarkable instances are given in which persons have continued to walk onward while sleep has over come them, the automatic centers of the brain evidently controlling and stimulating the muscles wheu consciousness itscll had been completely .tbrogated. It is recotded thai at the battle ol the Nile, amidst the roar ol cannon and the fall ol wreckage, some boys serving the ol the guns with powder fell asleep on the deck. Dr. Carpenter elves another instance ol allied kind. In the course of the Bnrmese was the captain of a frigate actively engaged in combat fell asleep from sheer exhaustion and slept soundly for two hours within a yard of one of the biggest guns, which was being actively worked during his slumbers. It is a matter oi common medical knowledge that extreme exhaustion in iace of the severest pntn will induce sleep. Here the Impera tive demand oi the body a demand implanted, as we have seen, In the constitution of our frames asserts Us Influence; and even pain, the ordinary conqueror ol repose, has In its turn to succumb. One ot the most extraordinary cases ip which the overruling power oi sleep was ever exemplified was that oLl Damiens, condemned for treason in Paris in 1757. He was barbarously tortured, but remarked that the deprivation oi sleep had been the greatest torture oi ull. It was reported that he slept soundly even in the short inter vals which elapsed between his periods of torture. Among the Chinese a form ol punishment for crimes consists In keeping the prisoner continvally awake, or in arousing him Incessantly after short intervals of repose. Alter the eighth day of such sleeplessness one criminal besought his captors to put him to death by any means they could choose or Invent, so great was his pain and torment due to the ab sence ol "nature's soft nurse." Per sons engaged in mechanical labor, such as attending a machine in a factory, have oiten fallen asleep despite the plain record of pains and penalties attending such a dereliction oi duty, to say nothing of the sense of per sonal danger which was plainly kept before thelreyes. Harper's Magazine. d heard as It poundeth a fifty dollar car pet Into shreds. He drlnketh a little cold tea irom a tin cup and prepareth for bed. A live carpet tack buryeth Its fangs In his foot. He yelleth in agony "Helllnamln-ill- " and bumptth the plastering lrom the celling in a vain and futile endeavor to jump through the roof. He lleth down on his couch and wetteth his pillow with his tears. Her eye gloweth with the fury of great enterprise. Thetld flavor of bedbug specific smelleth to heaven, and the aroma of moth ball shlfteth through a new-laithe lid ol the clothes chest. Who hath woe? Who hath sorrow? Who hath redness of eyes and stop ped up nose? He who monkeyeth with housecleaning. Who raashtth his thumb? Who polluteth his lips with blasphemy? Who Imperlleth his immorUl soul? He who tarryeth at, home to tack dow carpets. Lan Irritation Is the forerunner of consumotlon. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, and give such strength to the lnngs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. 25c at all good druggists, tf ,. . How Tho Cubans Toll Uos Imitations as Fertile as tho Soil of tho Island. Atlantic Monthly: It Is oiten hatd to tell whether a Cubau ties to you from Ignorance or malice. On ordl naty occasions nnd about matters that do not promise to affect himself, he it fairly truthful; but he seems tn know no reason why he shouldn't tell a lie If he wants to. To the average Cuban who has lived on his own Is. land, a ITc is a thing to tell whenever It will serve any useful purpose such as getting him out of a xcrnpe, or r. curing an advantage, or getting tnnn ey out of somebody, or conciliating someone, or creating a good impress ion, Heie the absence of n moral sense becomes apparent. With the Cuban, lying is not a matter of right, but ol policy, his shortsightedness preventing him from perceiving that today's advantage may be tomorrow's loss. The statement, common among Americans who have lived in Cuba, that the Cubans are all liars, is much nearer the truth that most generalizt-tions- . Though they usually tell the truth, neatly all ol them disj.iruul.Ue or equivocate whenever they see oc- casion. Hence it is not always easy I to tell what a Cuban thinks or how he feels about the future ol the Ulaud He sometimes tells you whsf he thinks you want to hear. Evety man ol propel ty wants Cuba to be under American control, but he will not admit it before a crowd, or before another Cuban, unless convinced that lie,too, is heartily in favor ol It. The trait appear? likewise In accounts ol the Cuban army. However.it is only lair to say that the glowing descriptions given by the Cubans of the performances and glorious victories of that somewhat mythical foice are not intentional, cold blooded lies. Car- - I tied away by imagination as fertile as the soil ol their land, they actually be. lleve their monstrous inventions. For, alter all the Cnban loves better J than all other things on earth to strike an attitude, to pose to strut and brag, and make himself out a great man and his gentle fellow Islanders a great nation. Thousands of Cubans really believe that there was once a band of men worthy to be called a Cuban army, and that they fought battles. Others admit that there were merely little companies of starving stragglers, who sometimes fired their two cartridges apiece from ambush at Spanish scout ing parties, and then scattered. Bnt they all think that they did great execution. Get some American or Eng liiihman who was with them to tell you his view of it. It will be discour agingly different. Cuba is Infested with "after the war," soldiers, braggadocio mock heroes, wbo never got within earshot of fighting. I , Geneva award . Who can doubt that tin- - ui'iinl ('flirt nt n tlltinct declaration nt The liiiiii In luvnr I will lit) lelt llirou.jli'nit the world? ' Both tlio Unite! Suites nil Great Britain are rommitltd to I lie general Klicy, and nro. nphiilillntt thpprincN p'o aide by tide at I ho Peace Con Any fcliemn of nrhilMtlmi liv llntt Itody I he two rrcmimenilt-cmuitrioe will ho likclv tn floepp', and to set nn example by catryii g ihf principle into clllct in a treaty. (Jiinpnli'iry arbitration will not be nnti m. arccptslilc to Moral I'ircp i tho only reloiincdf tlm evils til war. Yuiilh's Companion. hiIh-truti- mi 11 loQCAlaVI aii (iranil autlv aa MllafatWrr, mM U taalM MlM Mil an m f OtM, M4 Till IfkltTMT BaBDall TOU K1IR HtilD Of, at lUHltOUTHilf sc O MONEY 9.5.50 , SlVJiSUU pttif Offur lrlc ftifi ! our Bpoclat machln w iha nil fmtrlitcbarwf'ai, Th t? tor tath KMralW. ! miu Hit rnf own atlifl.. - 119.30 fcrtai. bnOPDE3K CABINET la U gTMUit Tklat Yr olftrtd Vr aurtiouia. grt. TtrlUmat, otfrtntf India ccmu. atio DruiiBC rr iuiTtvinaJo bfnl MD, w L &TTrsn& vr imiiwuvna .. Imai auaki oiar faVHow mom. vHll BUflDXO Ar1. in. 1H ., BPNaHVMHHrBflBBB kom,(Kl- 4nuaMaJ)bi.LaaBaBaBaBBaT Wa Ml) if-l 11. m, H ft-- vmm CI WTPBJ.LSIIM Hm uranv rnt d higli-'piritc- d Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dizziness, Indicate that jaat liver is out ot order. The belt medicine to rouse the liver ami euro all ItiHs ills, Is found In Mount utitoTiiiTr, iMMib miT "? ruiiT of if ttv infill tiKIM Bit HMI .UDf, WITH TMPt , . AMMlli MAHKIIYTUhlllTMAkriMN riiUX llll.llfUTJIAll.HIAL miNKY cm in niiinrrn eaurn nitt snopTiraK aa.a. Vwn""-- " n A II I l T. 4 AN lit V. iiiavchin luuroi nuurvuintu, tomh lUtutraUooahu Uali at w cloffl, a(lifIh UV ap ft flat..) 4ot from full Ivrvrth Uawd ftftnd rftlrf in plar for avwinir, 4 raar ! wiu. h4 akalfU rraii i ftrTctt fanelM, mloPMt SH llltal t nnUb.flntat nkktl drar ull, trtuon 4 fttvlrfuuinlMt Mklnat ln. baJl brrtfltf fuUnaubl r Ptoijunrfi(P flmvtii) rtn rtatMl Mal x a E n bTlnS nnvat itrfBair -iaa. ih altlr f trall. (mnL Mlf Ibrvaxllftir TlbntW tnalo ma buttl.ftiitot babUa vlfklvr, aullualAhl boirlnr . IfltlJ ;ibntor ImproTwl lo vhHl, aulJaUbl wnwf fowt, lmtro.d knttl nanaswaMir uacvraifa cnitr, UnltdUIr.tn(ltrMrin. NZCXCIj TRIMWarfarval 4 .ui ! tlalaM ABavuTararn Ika lBtoa4 raUsj, atH JaraU a4 .. f a, wrf ! aiiaait m nrawi bm r grww iniinicupn va i hinjof or hoviaroatranraalt Mid rlollbr pltxln U nj wllh (ftuer rtrrk mtWKlfM. nl ftfrj A DO YK AIUsT BIKPINO QUAKANTKK II IT mTQ Villi NdTMlNn " thU mblii, wmwripar "Li li "f,wfjJ m arMt ... mm - via in inn iV IQia than If i. .: sajr ttmm wimmarwa - lfa,M- ywm ..-.. ... ;,." MMivlrta! -v ..r mrrm ; .: m" Un, llklUHII TV tiaIla ia rv irnti UlalBTO llQ.nn, HUT, vivin Hbkr tt O. r brwhl rllM lUllor 1 4allaa4. all, bmIJIT Addreia, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago. III. HTUBT I rlBl. a. ILUBLa tHIDniPbT DUrllallUIV MHO at! Wrtta mom BOT. Maw la CMmm laa for mr ffl... KUICTSOriOlt. HiiHHt t .. "' Jw",Ma I "fll HUTiniai; R JU9S i'i ..... .. . .. njinn ., Sfi Xa LOUISVILLK, HKNDKRSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY TlrkM OlUr. aaa fanrib At. I'ntsn llpul, Rcrcnth tc hlv r. r atctc xzsxao iooo. nr eiteci, & it, Emilia OAflTOniA. lal all.1 t '& 25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers. PHts a "TO Louisvillo to St. Louis No. West. 111 1 1 St. lAiuis to Louisville & East. Ytt Kill ahnrt Program Of the Fourth Congressional District Teachers' Association, which will con vene at Seminary Hall, Beaver Dam, Ky., June 30 and Jnly r, 1899. Invocation-R- ev. 1:30; Organization, J. IL Brown. a:oo;Welcome address Hon. R. P. Hocker. 2:15; Response Supt. J. R. Coyle. 2:25; Junkshop O. M. Shultz. 2.35; School Book BUI to be discussed by the Superintendents of the District, discussion to be introduced by Supt. C. A. Williams. Music. 3'05;Training of Citizenship R. R. Moss. 3:15; How to Reach that Bad Boy W. F. Nichols. 3:25; Literature as a Personal ResourceProf. E. Crawford. 3:35; The Transition of Play into work and the significance thereof Misses Lillle Erwin and Sallie Terry. 3:30; What are your Troubles In the School room? Three minutes talk by members of association, introduced by Miss Ella Jeffries. EVENING SESSION. "IMNTQUIT," TetaecouMriMy.AhlBnybTuHj vsoyoiirHK. Tktrsart ralllloo tiki jStt, wlla BACCO 7:45a tu Owensboro lli4'ta ra ' Henderson :a:45p m " Bvanavllle 1:151m Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7.3p tn frnve Louisville 4t. " No. 45. No 44 I,cavc St 7:56a 111 S:i5P :58pm " Mt.Vernon " I'.vansville 12:55a m a:iop m 2:46pm "Henderson 1:15am " Owensboro 3'44P nt 7:20a m Anlve Louisville 7!45p m tuis No. 46 8:55p ui 2:45a 111 3:10am 4:00a m 7:30a m NERVE" Ihal It, reur Mrr ouj system It cotnplelily undtr tobie CQ'SR&reotlo tUmalaat,aad wtta you My,i CANT QUIT," you till tht truth. Tht natural way li to Iml Ike tflstuad Ban tut tyiuua by uilaj whl pkrilclaa LOt Leave Lonlavilte . " Hawesville. " Owensboro, " Henderson. Arrive Kvansville call , TO No. 41 . 7:45a nt 10:43am 11:40am 12:45pm 1:15pm L33 rrAlTCTTriX. No 43 8:04pm 9:05pm 10: top m 10:40pm 4!5op m ntoilprn 12:58pm 12:55am 1:25am No. 45 8:3.Sp m HIKES IT EASY, g C acts dlnctty on lha tebttco-lrrluRim centrtt, dulrorlnj tha ntrrt cmteg iflcts,bulUtup and Improro tht intlrt ntrrout lyiUm. Mitit WEAK MEN STRONG. Many report a gala ol tin pounds In len days. You run no Dhyileal or finticlal risk old undtr your own MOTO-BA- Leave Rvansville " Henderson " Owensboro . , " Hawesville Arrive Lonisville rvjuTOvrr.Lr 10 icvioviixr. No. 42 No. 44 II4 All tralm ran thronga man nifprra on all Irala la Bvanvll 3S aad 43raaarlal IrrlUf loa lorrordavlllv A HarUliiabarBilallr. .... .... .. .... .... 6:50a 7:15a 8:15a 9:13a m m m m ra r.nalllr. No 46 2:45a m m 3:10a m 3:44p m 4:00a m 4:4op m 4:50a in 7:30a m 74SP n Til ran ah Parlar Cars anil rail an at. Lonla. Sanibrn 41 2!2op m 8EWD US trial I ftl ttMJt --TA fftr UWfnlaTbl 4Tn. Um tb ILM. or DRUGGIST'S tUARMTEL Erery drurrtit li antboruvd to Mil abaolvtc fuaraotM to can eiary form of tobacco alloc Oar written fuaruitM, (r aatnpte of and booklet called, ''IMa 1 Tobacco Spit sod Smoks Your Life. Awar "malldforlbiiHng. Addren Tilt 51 tuunu Huiturvu., JbC6 Cairo. Hontrfl. Oan.. New York. h;miUC,0. lBratIB 4CBI (K.U1 rAHLBOIUUIyororat fri(bt ivC. taaiiaatlam. Tp mb f imlM H ftadir oaflMU ft4llr atraaai icalL MVaVl ts lhi LUah',ia8Bat4BaaM OWE DOLLAR ai.tW, Waaa4yajtotaftlW ft..M-J4r- ll Hj Csh lUr BTA. U I naVSCADETA 2??Jf - wwMHHiwiwt. v"wwrt ?. " muy m. Music Prof. Cox's Orchestra. 7:45; An address Prof. A. C. Bur- ton. &15; The Drama's place in Liter- atureMiss Carrie E. Cosby. HO IS zm. Wu CASTORIA on perfection of laundry work when Some men with narrow views are your shirt is laundered by us, just ns our laundry standsalonefor excellence rather broad in their conversation. of work turned out. Your linen Isn't HP- If yonr sight is blurred with specks injured here from chemicals 01 im ATIOfcYEY- - AT LATV, ATTORNEY AT LA.W, proper handling. Only skilled assistI'OHDMVII.I.E, UKMTUL'KV. and spots floating before your eyes, or ants are employed, and you can't beat HAKTroRI), KY. Will praptice bis prolesslon in all the you have pains on the right rUe nn it for beauty of color and perfection of Special attention given to all busicourts of Ohio and adjoining counties ness entrusted to bis care. Office In der the ribs, then your liver is de- polish. and Court oi Appeals. Bpecial at- Couit House. Cleve Her, agent. Richmond Slum laundry ranged, and you need a few doses of tention given to collections. Oilice Herbine to regulate it. Price 50 cts. next door to Pott Office. J. E. Davidson, 1 1 m. Jt II. Williams. from biliary poisons retained in the blood, which destroy energy, cheerfulness, strength, vigor, happiness and life. Herbine will restore the natural functions of the liver. Price m. 50 cts. J. II. Williams. A sallow, jaundiced skin is a symptom of disordered liver, as it springs wM w Git - waT"''l" iat V va-tt- .r month an4 Tf7 It wwlU rfffnndfirarmottr If m ra not twrf apUr l. aftlUflM Vatb,'thtraTnlUa-abl4.lll.II II III 12 AT IISI llf!N1 Illl.A. OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED fcy not ttHait with u fxmr aaiirbbor ahvai uvrtia lha niblUbr of I hit roriaiainwiiMB "iftiioiiM iVorOorn KirtubtfL llamk, OifeaNra or i)rnvMi Kicba lUnk, JCTork, oraar raJln4crerprMa aa44al f vfmi,mo, ipftBf In Cbitajio W ! mntrw vm f bala4a4 Ufrkalai w caro,Mmrlnrnr4U'lturipttn(Mreira baHdinsf mrrty AllXilMtttaaif illl- WrlU laitnnaau ti ivmBeiwl prior. Atavftra frfr)ap-rtioftfai,pUa- rattabla.- -, imi'i ftiao vf7uuna tAiraatatjr avttilmutlraJInttrrtmatilMtaUoniav AtUrra-- tf h4t,U4Wcl & CO (Inc.), Filton, DupUlnit iml Vttiaui SU., CHIC ACQ. ILL SEARS. ROEBUCK $31.75 IS PUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE thaffa V aammmmmmmmHammmmBBHPr'amaa mm mtmm mmrn taatattw Wfi 4 ft kr. THEAOMCOUIINU(m(UMatMBIUIUiiamtri9t twt aa4a. from Ut UlttnrmVIIUta ftaWtwia, Wbrfs) rmtB litoBof lla U trmrrmvosl tUrvc from pbonrpli,F form bruiirai piarrn. Hft irwaa a(l ejasmrr mmmt k, anti flBlslhafwJjowlT t t4NiaUMortaMUd, UlMllnBBalila. TBI irBiatlll UCfrvt ItiUbMblaTb. ajoa. ninrar lonsj, ?iaraw wwa avna wrwai inafaaaai. iiaaaut OCtivall nvopa, m TOllowi aU- - CMklar. Trail CalaaM. tttaaaa. barBiM Wayaaai ravta a4 Ih Mttftl t OaUt (WaUn. I tao aWla. I Br4Ml BaalL, 4 Ba Tsa -- . 4a41 m t Brt mt II r Ttm faaJltj Baaila7tWait; IWlaBrtMa4C4rtaaa4lBa'a,llWa aV4K I 1 btaftl ruaaiag 14 Vfb Italia! Ba4ab Baa WlBalaJkiaa fHattoal B 4a. TIIK ACUC qt'CCI KU0 OBt4al f tb awUbrtated lail a4a,i tkirbftrtOftly sMal In b blba f nul IntttnmtaWt Httd with Haas. mMatat taaialaM ttl t UlMltA. alaA llMl Iteir fatlaV tMtbara, ff tr , tarllowra f h tt rbbr rtivpJ r Tllfc tIIrwtaUN'kjil tlnnl Utfcr ta ACIIK OI KKX 1 furslabil wllb Altlll plat rrrnch mlrmr Bkkfl lUt1 p4I truiat. and evrrj fooaJrn imipromiwat. W rarvU tn t4. baalatf aa Urtiattoa ba ajaJUhbatU GUARANTEED 25 YEARS. JVVt.'JSK,; lata written Uiullnar tVraar fniftrftal, by th KaBaaaBBaasfaBiaSHaVaaB mttm ijorwiwoaw tn vpitfi irRjpavn on wrrpirllfar-bftrm- at Bl. ti. fkdTVtilaaMl avaad .. av fnlsTkl vaJam jvm wcr im w UMcn 7 prU, S3 0 Ja.ft famd tkum m' iKSmKaWmmmi !lfllffiW?4aflaVPl atr B. ?J. (aHBKnHH aBHaalHwi 1(1. ui nmi lhlrcat ltLti4.iriaoi, It Stands Alone S. Professional Cards. Rotoy, - JOHN P. MORTON & A wise man enjoys the little he has while a fool Is seeking for more. . II j. KDWIN ROWS. V t. FRUX Attorney at Law, IIabttord, Ky., There Is glory in any little thing you do simply from a sense of duty. '1 Buntli Elfutut of OA.STOIIIA. Y.iHm wnri s im Kind Bsojtt Memphis, NewOrleans AND ALL T01NT8 IN BEST AND MOST ROUTE TO Rowetfc Felix, POPU-LAR house-cleanin- g It's so much easier to convince others than it is to convince one's self. Words are like sunbeams the more they are concentrated the deeper they burn. Arkansas, Mexico, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice In the Courts of Ohio torney. county ana Conrt of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en DES. trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. Will practice bia profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business ontrutted to bit care. Office with County At- SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney atKY. Xaw, HARTFORD, JE. 3NTE3u9l21s, Attorney at xw, Arbitration. No nation can be forced to adopt arbitration against lis will. What the Peace Congress at The Hague lias sought to do is to bind the comriences of nations rather than tn tie their hands. If it can succeed in creating a strong leelingiu lavor of arbitration as a substitute fur war, it will do a great work tor civilization. The moral force of example has already carried the principle a long way. After tedious negotiation, England and America submitted the Alabama claims to arbilialioo. The Bering Sea question was subsequently dealt with in the same way. A lew years ago tho United Btates government contended that England ought to refer Its boundary diipute with Venezuela to arbitration, and It was done. Eugland in the tame way has suggested that the boundary between Alatka and Canada shall bo settled by arbitration. If n Joint commission This can net tench an agreement. alio will have to be doue, Arbitration has become a common practice among nations tiuce tho Blr, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice bis profession in all the ment ot decedent's estates, road cases courts ot Ohio and adjoining: counties and criminal practice. Oilice up and Court or Appeals. Special atten tJtirs next door toGriilln'sdrug store. Hon given to all assignments In bank Gas Lighted Vestlbuled Trains with ruptcy. Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free JNO. B. WILSON, Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and M. L. HBAVBIN, New Orleans. HARTFORD, KY. Pullman Toutist Car leaves Louis given to villo every Thursday night, and runs HARTFORD. KY. SPECIAL attention abstracts, col maklug Ac through to Calilornla via NewOrleans Will practice bis profession in all the nnd the South Pncifio Hunaet Route. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties alio Notary Publio for Ohio County; Double berth rate from Louisville to and Court ot Appeals, Special atten Oflice North side oi public square. Ban Francisco only 8IJ.C0; proixir-tionat- tion itiven to collections. low raits to intermediate R. B. LEESIMMERMAN, J". points. Texas and California. Will practice his profession in all the Cou rU of Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settle attorney at Law Attorney at law rly Pain-Bal- m one-thi- rd Will practice his profesilon iu all the KENTUCKY. , 'Vlll practice bis profession' In all Courts of Obio,aud adjoining counties M,1 arl!.l.l, 11, paii.I. nt CWtttx ...... Collections carefully and promptly at For particulars write to J. R. Hoi (ira und the Court of Appeals. Prompt tended tn. Oflice with T. J. Smith il8, Traveling Passenger Agent for attention given toallbnaineps entrust & Co., Market Street. 0 R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also sik to his care. Oflice in Rri'Udlioan building. him to send yntt u copy of the South R. 11. WEDDING em Home Seekers' Quide.whioli Is replete with interesting information IIahtford, Ky concerning the Southern territory. It Will practice his profession iu the will be mailed to you free. the courts ol Ohio and adjolninr UAKTFQRD, KY. On tho first and third Tuesdays of Will practice Ins profession in all the counties. Also Notary Public. each month Home Seekers' tickets are Ohio and adjoining counties Oflice, iu Commercial Hotel. sold to Southern nnd Soutbwes'ern courts of points at Special Low Rates, good to Careful attention will bo given to a business Colreturn within twentyouo dajsfrom lection, aentrusted U bis care tpuciaKy. Ofiiceover Ohio r ardate of Bale. Liberal Cuunty liauk. Alto Notary Public. rangements. Tlio Truo Xv'intor Ron to to Calilornla, No BUzzards, Cold Woathor Snow Blookados. AMDKNLY S.R. Wedding, Attorney at Iaw Ky. and CUUNSLILDR at (NOTARY PUBLIC) LAW, IlAltTFOKD, HARTFORD,. Attorney at Law, a. 3e. B.KasTET'r. Attorney at Law, Ptop-ovc- A. H, HANSON, G. P. A , CniGAao, Illinois, W. A. Kelloud, A. G, P. A., Louiiyille, Ky, Attorney at Law Dbavkk Dam, Ky. A Perry Wostorfield, Attorney at Jaw Ky. IlAitTKOnn. I Special attention given tn all business entrusted to bin care. Office In Court House f KiC No. ukM aireaf !. 00.000 No, uraJ Uftaiia,a fO TUHAOfrM eiwta drwdraTl.t. vka wuitytMUfwrai Ttvtiti(a No. affllLalaWallr.itairlMBUr 0a No. i,ei. aJlyr'Mi rafnaat laiM.eiW,v. noiw hra Md la aar. l feay Ca. iklfi MCraali $ latl No. .lMIt UoJ, rsaivA, beiM SOUTH DOUND. 12 20 p. 203, Fait Mail 231, Accommodation, ,.8:37 221, Accommodation. 12:25 201, Fait Mail 10:30 293, JLocal Freight. . . .2:40 LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER lit your Mtrchant wuv Safe m lri ...... p. m. p, ra. m a. m. p. m. Pirhet Hair Drmina and Rtttortr doaao't nandU, asm (100 to usud a uuiu., ur id,uu aqu six DOllltS, CHABOBH PBBPAJD to any part O B. or Canada. VAN CO.. nt VLECT-MArttFIE- raf!a, MEMFHIB. TlJNN. MU Inl BaaaaTaaaMJar' i i TliafiiAalfai.-alliii- ' lili niin'"1Bit-- i BaMrw