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I r rr ' Jit i i j t " if r ; mini "11 niiiHiiii The Republican and Louisville Commercial, I year,,! 15. , t year, ft. 25. (O ) Blade, I jear, ft 25 The Ktpubllcan and Louisville Dispatch, : year, $1 25. 1 year, The Republican and the fi 50. The Republican and the The Republican and the Toledo Courier-Journal- Globe-Democra- t, The Hmtdbj) Bepublicae OFFICIAL ii iwiiiiiiiiiiii iiii wm hi ''" ..' ?, " " '" J ? ST "ft " "',""' ' V . ""' ' ' "" " tf tT . J Vf?l " f ," j'lj t! 7W V '''" 'f1" II" .. '? " 20 " '"'J ,' '!,. The Republican Is the best Advertising medium in this part of tho country, fine Job Wor Done on Short Kotie " "r " l1linL""" ', ' " ' ' ? TJ1 . l1 'M ' mI Satisfaction to all Customors Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. QR..H OF THE FART? IK !0 FOURTH C0N.RE...QK.U DISTRICT. Subscription $1 a year. No. 49. BIG CROWD VOL. XI. HARTFOED, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1899. a shabby job even when directed to. lie had occasion to send for a carAgainst Lynohlngs by a Col-oro- d penter, and a sturdy young fellow appeared. Body. "I want this fence mended. There Council ol t'ae are some unplaned boards use them. The United States has Issued an appeal to You need not take time to make It a Governors, legislators and judicial of- neat job. I will only pay you a dolficers of the Southern States "to pre- lar and a half." vent lawlessness and to eecure to all Later, the judge found the man citizens the protection to which they carefully planing each board. Supare entitled nnder the laws. After posing that he was trying to make reference to the burning of Sam costly job, he ordered him to nail Hose, the lynching of Lige Strickland them on just as they were, and con An Excellent Combination. and the political riots In South Caro tlnued his walk. When he returned, The plemant method and beneficial Una and North Carolina the appeal the boards were all planed and nutn. effects of the well known remedy. says: bcred ready tor nailing. Sritur or Ftni, manufactured by the Since the 1st day ol January there "I told you this fence was to be CAUroiuciA Fio Srnur Co., tlluitrate tho valuo of obtaining the liquid laxa-tir- e have been twenty elght.case of lynch covered with vines, angrily; principles of planU known to be medicinally laxative and presenting ing in the South, and every one of "I do not care how It looks." them In thn form most refreshing to the them colored. This is not only an "I do," said the carpenter, gruffly, taste and acceptable to the system. It unwarranted outrage upon them, but carefully measuring his work. When perfect strengthening laxa is the one tire, cleansing; the system effectually, demoralizing to the white race. It it was done, there wss no other psrt dispelling colds, headaches and ferera terrorizes and unmans the former. It ' of the fence as thorough in finish. gently' yet promptly and enabling one "How much do you charge?" asked to overcome habitual constipation per- familiarizes the latter with lawlessmanently. Its perfect freedom from ness and crime, creating in them con- the judge. every objectionable quality and sub- tempt for lawlnl authority at,d desire "A dollar and a hall," said the stance, and Its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening ior mob rule. It is hurtful and de- man, shouldering his tools. ur Irritating them, make It the Ideal structive to the best Interests ol both. The judge stared. "Why did you laxative. We deolore. condemn and denounce spend all that labor on that fence, If In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they aro pleasant to the in unmeasured terms crlmlaal as- -j not for money?" taste, but the medicinal qualities of the I remedy are obtained from senna and saulta upon women, by whomsoever "For the job, sir." other aromatlo plants, by a method committed, and desire the apprehen'Nobody would have seen the poor known to the Califorxia Fio Srnur sion and legal punishment of every work on Co. only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, please criminal guilty of the crime. All we "But I should have known it was rcmemberthe full name of theCompiny oslc la that the regular machinery of there. No; I'll take only a dollar and printed on the front of every package. ' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. justice be employed and the accused a half." He took it and went away. given a fair and impartial trial the BAN ntAMCISCO. OAL. Ten years alterwards, the judge had mxw tore, it. y. Louiivm-r- , course pursued with white men a contract to give for the erection ol SOc. ptt boltla, For Mle by all DruiU.-r- rl charged with the same oOense. In several magnificent public building. most of the Southern States your peo-pi- e There were many applicants among are in a large majority and in all the masterballdeis, but the face of of them you are in absolute control. one caught his eye. Ever branch of the goverraent exec"It was my man of the fence," lie utive, legislative and judicial la in said. "I knew we should have only your hands. The judges are all white good, genuine work from him. I men and the jurors are almost ex- gave him the contract, and It made a clusively composed of white men. rich man of him." Ex. Colored offenders have little chance It your sight Is blurred with specks for escape when guilty of a petty and If guilty of a Berlous crime and spots floating before your eyes, or their conviction is certain, This fact you have pains on the right fide undeIs known of all men. There is, there der the ribs, then your liver is not the slightest excuse or jus- ranged, and you need a few doses oi fore, tification for a resort to mob violence Herbine to regulate it. Price 50 cts. m. J. II. Williams. against colored criminals. Attorney at Law Bbavkb Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfleld, ANOTHER APPEAL 11HE PLATFORM 'r y WAS ADOPTED. JOHN P. MORTON HAIlTrOKlr, KY. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office In Court House. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Chairman Rhea of Com- mlttee on Resolu tions Read it Will practice hla prolesalon In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court oi Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVRIN, 4 Reaffirms Chicago Planks iDonouncos National and ' State Administrations. 1 y TWe MESBKIM FAII, TO iajt IT. SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at Caver, HARTFORD, KY Wilt practice hi profession In all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals, Special attention given to all assignments in bank- ruptcy. Attorney at lavs HARTFORD, KY. Office JNO. B. WILSON, SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac also Notary Fublio ior Ohio County. North aide oi public" square. attention given to col it" Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in the the courts of Ohio and adjoinm counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. zt Attorney at X,avs Bpeclal attention given to all business entrusted to bis care. Office in Court House. a. e. 5AYi,0. IlAirmmn, Ky. GRDVEE Attorney at Jaw Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carelully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith V Co., Market Hlreet. " B. E. LEEBIMMERMAN, Hartford, kt VHH8MBnlKaL&w9C Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky., Will practice his prolesalon In Ohio and adjoiniug counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office with County At- jTe. Davidson, TASTELESS Li torney. TDNIC IS JUST AS COOO FOR ADULTS. H I LL PRICE 00 cts. Xaw, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, Will practice his profession In all Special attention given to collections, settlement oi decedent's estates, road cases Office up and criminal practice. Ulr next door to OriiBo'sdrug store. WARRANTED. the Courts of Kentucky. OIUTIA, ItiS., NOT. 15, UK. rarla MMWta. Co.. 8U loou. Mo. GOO boUl. ot ().ntliB.ni Wa aoht Uslraar. OHOVR-TASTKI.XM CHILI. TON 10 anl h... toarlitUir.aaTva.alrvaalyiliUr.ar. Inallurcx 14 7ara. la UM drug tMialn.1.. bar Mmncf ot auco aiilT.raal aaUa aor.r aoM an arul. ioat taeUoat at your Tool. loan tralr, Aaxxr.CAna A Co. For sale by J. H. Williams. Vstf alB tGm svsW fcW7J ftB fcW" J. S. R. Wedding, ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAW, (NOTARY PUBLIC) KENTUCKY. HARTFORD,- Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court ofAppeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust to his care. Office in RupPBUCAir1 building. iTbe Leading Specialists ol Amirlca 20 YEARS IN Drs Ik & R OHIO, 250,000 Cored. The appeal goes on to say that severity of punishment has had no effect in decreasing crime and that Inhuman and barbarous methods have noteirorfor criminals. The nnlted efforts of both races promptly and legally to stamp out rapists wherever found will more thoroughly and com pletely rid communities of these miscreants than the brutal acts of blood thirsty and irresponsible mobs. The appeal closes as follows: Your oath of office imposes upon yon the dnty to execute the laws and protect the people, Irrespective of race or color. The reputation of your State, your honor and the honor and reputation ol your people demand that you rise to the level of the occasion, vindicate your assumption of the capacity to rule by the restoration of the majesty oi the law, extending Its fullest protection to the humblest citizen under your jurisdiction. Respectfully submitted. A. Walters, President Afro American Council. i It doesn't profit a man much if his servant keeps the commandments Intact and breaks all his crockery. BmhO. of Blgpa.ua OA81OIlXA. f iu im tun Mia mwirt MtfH Not to bo Trifled With. No one has a more solemn time In the world than the professional maker ofjokes. One such man tells how the humorist's wife" called away her little boy from his papa's door.. "You must not trouble your papa just now, dear," she said, "tn his present mood he is not to be triflyl with,"' "What Is he doing, mamma?" "He is writing things to mske people laugh, and he's awfully cross!" Ex. BaartlU Olgutir OASVORXA. t IM aBI TW HW Urtrip MUM a (f Learn of the busy little bee, but be very careful how you take pointer from him, m WECURESTRfCTURfc TkuBiamla of vaunc aad lnltLllaaxaJ y BB.aara trouble! wilhtblidlMaa-niaTinara a imarv HO&anKl.niir. 1 Mr Attorney Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoiningcountiea Careful attention will be given to a Col. business en trdsted to lila care, lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public at Law, HARTFORD, KY. lor wciatloa, imall, tKliUni ttraam,t, harp tattlos Mini at Umei. llf lit difficulty la conntaclDt. weak ortaai, aiaIt.Ioa.. aad all tha tyiaptobii ol n.rro.i debility tney aara BtniuTfTltl? IlAn'llntil&tArit.rfai.Ilt011 yon, by eatlinr. tr.tehloi, or Kartai ai. '1M, will ,iAtiiravan.alltlllr- lorn. Our hllW MtfUOU TUKAT-MKftbiorU th itrlctur tliiul hn rtmoTtt th itrletur rrma.Dtnt ly. 1 1 cut BTr rtorp. No rla, no iuffiw fflf, no dtatlon from builotii by oar mtinoa iDHzuitrfKDiariTvosin taeJ. Th bwtm t lnIforUi.tntl tb ulitt 01 nuutDooa raiarni. ty A sallow, jaundiced skin Is a symptom ol disordered liver, aa it aprlnga from biliary poisons retained in the blood, whlcn destroy energy, strength, vigor, happiness and Hie. Herblnc will restore the natural functions oi the liver. Price tn. 50 cts. J. U. Williams. cneer-fulness. COKE A COLD IN OH K DAT ara Doing WollDopondB on Completely. ita Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists relnna money it It fails to cure. 25c. The genuine Doing has L. D. Q. on each tablet. tf A Kentuckian says he understands that oil la sometimes used to calm troubled waters, out what he can't understand Is why anyone should trouble water. ATTORNEY- - AT - LA W, FOKDNVII.1.K, UKNTUOUT. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door to Post Office i J, SDWW KOW8. V h PKUX . Thouianil. ot y.urf and mlJlloaia;l mm are halo their Kioal lior and YlUlllr ooatlnually mpi1 by Ihla dlt-Tlity ar. froqnently unoonKlooi of lha cam. c( theio Mrpptoroi Uontral lall-Wuka.ii, Dunataral lilMttarte. Jlera-Or- I r, is Manhood. NtrYcmmot", l'oor IrrltablUly. at tlmri Hmarllns hunken lljei.wllh dark tinUi, Wuk llitk, Ueo.ral Dipraulon, Lack oi Amlllion. VatinieaW. .HIiniBkan I'.rf. ta. UI.1M.I' anil hTltll llllK llou't coaiult family ln.yb.lUoetu-.- . dootori, at th.y hara no aiprrlcuo. la rlpKiallttf, who have raijt o life (tuily of oll.nanoivomen. unrnnn MlfrilUb 'lULATAlhNT will Poil- tlr.ly cur you. One thoaiand d.llar. lor a eat w aoo.pt ior irraim.Dk anu oaauotcure. T.runpioJ.rat.Iora.ura, WECURE GLEET , a well known jurist Judge M living near Cincinnati, loved to tell the following anecdote of a young man who understood the risk of doing Woman's Mysterious Ills. Explanation of thiir natur by Dr, Hartmanf who Uiit Aow to curt thtm Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohlrr county ana oi appeals, rrouipi attention given to all business en to our care. Office in Herald trusted building. ' J Lga... I Um ipoclal Quatkato .xp.rlin.ut loir oft yoK. Coniult oAU. iiTat&X KMjIfGnfJw ssssssssssssssssVLatttfasMla. OUNG pus-sle- CURES GUARANTEED Wo tntt aaj cur.. KSIIFStONR. VAHICOOnLK. RYl'lill.lri. OIiKKT. BTiUUTUllK. fUl'OTBN'UV. 8FC11CT DKAINM.llNNArUllAUIMKl'llAHU. K!. V I 1INKV .nil IIIj.IIIIKIL III.MMa. .'.li.-j.w.i.i UUNBU1.TAT1UH tllt.r liuuno unable Io call, Trrlle for I HOMKl IlKHTtoW ULANk: fur rilEATMBMT tuti Is tea nr all rmptoutir.moT' 4TI itl(4t Ml Tallmonlal anil TIM DATS trvatro.nl In PI. a, II. GUMS' SOM, Vox K, Atlanta. Oa. , a- - rvrAnr I ootid flttlf O B wtifc ei4,& topl tfcotiauiil ,iw. aaeac Kennedys Kergan l?2 U W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. emu ik nyp nm I in "2. &, ti. i7.ix twn BTOta, l) fnl.ll WIX, .abjMt I. .unlaaUoa. ..e-a- i. i.pot ao4 1( if MtutMlorr .ma r IN ""."J pajKAijijiaijHK0aMM or r'BBBBBMBBjBBBBBpBMBr lb. or.MV bbbbbb bbb iiii.m . u.iSu aB BBBBaw TJB y . a asSsBBi BaWt. walBBar BBBBBB.ar iBa BBBBm. rbo tun .kin llaoplaf thlU IMUnt? Prota.1 Tour Idaaii tkv may trlna y Vut Alter-tx. WnwJoKK wauDtKbUax aara. Wukliutoa, U. ti, for their 1.JU brita ofiec aadfUet at two buadnd luraoltoo. waatad. Wanled-- An Idea Crf SOtal IO d women are constantly about their health. In deed female troubles puzzle all women. Older women have experience, but few possess knowledge the subject. Tho periodical Buffering It painful. It la accompanied by many TarylngBensatlonsthatdlstrcas. IIow much ot this Is necessary la a matter of gueaawork. Tha whole queatlon la shrouded In professional mystery. 1 ff 7 Dr. Uartman's book for woman, V I called "nealth and Beauty," treat x t these matters with delicacy, and at the samo tlmo with clearness. Write Medicine Company, Columbus, O., for It: It la mailed free. It to the Is a practical printed talk to women. Dr. Uartman defines women's diseases a cures them. catarrh and tells how C. Naere, 1st Morrison St., Portland, Ore., wrltas aa follows: Mra. 40 sssssssssr i ' ' .vaiw wv Pe-ru- n vl Co., a BHBBBBVsBBBBaS 1PUC ' wamroROtntsioirRfB Ub TOVSl JtVfi TfcU Hon OATALOOUIe U eU.Ho. a, areata JiU.Il, ebarni rnti tnaa (art pi Ira, uittiVaiakea balH. Taii TaVy uiV""l rH' letpUtad ofaawatftuaa aad. tiiamUt. aitra tartr.de. p,taala..ie.W.lnnllell tnm .., aad aeii.Ur(..n!aB.atlaaea. a4 UM MBl KM UJaWSjaW Opium.. l aalaerea.U;ireM,-pei.aie-f- r.j at nvui. wn pala Jlvok of iar aaut rRtlK a n avubui bo. 164 k'otui fryor at .. .u mIim IUm wkataei iinlUUlUkMMSak'aiKili tVflsst 'l": Rmk a et.., ill. nlf al. fa aaly aWat tlJt l IAM, ROUUOK A OQ.0WWm,L (aw,ataMaata,awlae.etitiHi. Slut laaeaita.i aa4aei a. ana a... f t O a a ai jTrfa .1 htti bsita - om eeU.W0.tM r.a I,r aaa raar .wa dr.rcut.wa. a a .asaH Ill.ee.a f.raa Tale II wtl. hWlU.aau.Bllr.peretlt.Btl Ob. I al.luaallraaraeiia.lta.aiML aaraal.wdt.e.re ar we reread aweer e. , laetaja, tuatraak ae. 1 ata. J ee'ajr-- ' ia BSallLri urr ar m awa- when I lived In Columbus, 0.. In 1187, DxAn ever sine whenever I needed medicine, I and have used It and the for regulating the menses, and before I to have never found an equal began to take It I was uever regular and always had more or leas pain. I had but without auccesa," tried many different medicines before I saw It Is not a There la nothing mjatorloua about the action of " cure-all,-" but t cures catarrh wherever located, and them may be catarrh la any organ of the body, as all are lined with mueoua mambrane. Mr. M. Mhl, SOI Walnut Bt,, Columbia, Pa., says; "I have been trouble, with catarrh and a soreness In my bowels for several year. I tried everythlnr and am happy to say that I am now that was recommended, I tried entirely well." Dr. nartmaa1 advle may be had without charge by any woman who will write for it. Bis book on Chronle Catarrh 1 alto mailed free. It espials tha danger of local treatment. All druggUU nil a Man-a-lln a. a Olumim, Midutitt 8ias; " I began to take O. a a Chairman John S. Khea read the re pott of the committee on resolutions Ittrtlie slate democtatic convention Which embraced the platform on which the democratic candidate for governor is expected to stand, Wheir Rhea came forward he waa greeted with cheers from the crowd. He said that all the members of the committee had signed the report, ex cept Charles I. Stewart oi the filth district and Claude M. Thomas of the eleventh district. After the reading of the majority report, the minority report wss presented by Claude M. Thomas. by whom It was siyned. The minority report read as follows: "The undersigned members agree to the above declaration of principles, excepting sections 6 and 7,doubt-in- g the wisdom of making these laws or proposed laws, a part of the party platform. (Signed) "Claude M. Thomas." Mr. Rhea read the majority report in a voice that could be heard all over the house, He was frequently Interrupted by cheers of approval. After the reading of both, the majority re port was adopted. The following signatures were attached: W. T. Ellis and Ollle M. James, state at large; Geo. Landrum, first district; John A. Bell.second district; D. R. Murray, fourth district; James P. Tarvin,sixth district; Jas. B. McCreary.elghth district; Gilbert Cassldsy, ninth district; Frank Hopkins, tenth district; James D. Black, eleventh district. The platform read as follows: First The democrats oi Kentucky in convention assembled reaffirm, without the slightest qualification, the principles and policies declared In the democtatic national platform adopted at Chicago in 1.836, Our faitlfln bimetallsm Is vindicated by events. The necessity for the restoration of the double standard was acknowledged by the president and congress In 1897, when a commission was sent to Europe to entreat other nations to aid in establishing bimetallsm, and the failure of the commission to secure European confirms the friends of free coin, age in their belief that relief can only come by the independent action el the United States. The present legal ratio of 16 to 1 is the only ratio at which bimetallsm can be restored,and opposition to it is confined to those who oppose bimetallsm atany ratio and to those who misapprehend or Ignore the reasons which led three national conventions to adopt in. Second We denounce the present admlnstration republican national lor its reckless extravagance in the1 conduct oi public affairs; for Its cruel and Inhuman neglect in Its treatment oi our soldiers and sailors dur ing the late Spanish war; for its complete subordination to the in terest of organized wealth; lor Its pro. tection and encouragement of trusts and combinations, and especially for its appointment and retention In of devoted to Cce of an attorney-generthe Interests of trusts and comblna' tions. Third We call attention to the incompetency of the present republican administration in Kentucky; to the abuses and scandals In the management of penitentiaries and asylums while under republican control, and we commend the wisdom of the last general assembly of Kentucky in the crsctment of laws which secute the wise and economical administration of the state under democratic control; to the Increase in the rate of taxation; to the vetoing ot all democratic legislation favorable to the Interests of the people and hostile to the oppressions and extortions of organized wealth. We declare that after four years ol trial It Is well established that the Republican administration is Incapable of upholding and maintaining the laws of the State, and oft Qjclently enforcing them and ol preserving peace and order in the commonwealth, and we cspeclly condemn the present Repub lican Governor for surrounding the State capitsl with the military arm ot the government In time of thus attempting to influence and terrotlzr the general assembly pending the election ol a United States senator, Fouith We believe the tmst la the resnlt, in Urge messure, of the policies sdoptcd and pursued by the Republican patty, chlel among which are the demonetization oi silver, by which' the volume of currency has been kept below the demands oi business, and the enactment and enforcement ol vicious, unwise and unpatriotic legislation, especially the pro. tectlve tariff laws known as the McKlnley and DingTey bills, whereby there is a discrimination in" favor of corporate wealth and against individual enterprise. We favor the destruction oi the result, as well as the removal of the causes The of Independent bimetallsm at 16 to t and the repeal of all laws would do more to cripple and destroy the organization and operation of the trusts than any other laws. Fifth We believe the law In Kenlaw tucky known as the anti-trushould be so amended as to make unlawful any agreement, combination or arragement by corporations or Indie viduals under which in the carrying on of any business the prices charged should thereby be fixed, controlled or regulsted. And we believe that said law should be futther so amended as to provide that all contracts made by any combination, generally known as a trust, In any kind of business shall be void and not enforclble as to such trust or combination; and we especially demand that all articles be placed on the free list. Sixth We indorse the amendment to the State election law passed by the last Democratic general assembly of Kentucky over the veto of a Republican Governor. We declare the amendment to the law to be in the interest of lair and honest elections. Its faithful enforcement will render Impotslble the commission of such frauds and robberies as were perpetrated In this State In 1896 whereby the will of the people was overthrown and the State lost to William J. Bryan. Seventh We indorse the provisions ol the bill passed by the Democratic general assembly oi Kentucky to prevent extottlonate, unfair, discriminating and ruinous freight rates by transportation companies, which bill waa vetoed by a Republican Governor; and we likewise indorse the previa-ion- s of the bill passed by said general assembly to insure competition in the sale of school books for the use of the children of this State, the purpose of which bill was to destroy the extort tlonate and oppressive prices now maintained by the school book trust In this State aad we pledge the; Democracy to such revision or amend ments or necessity ?raiy show . .. . .4.j is oenenciai 10 ine scnooi cuuarcn 01 this State. Eighth We hereby express our continued confidence iu William J. Bryan, and favor his nomination for the Presidency of the United States by the Democratic national convention oi 1900. Ninth We recommend to the Democracy of Kentucky J, C S. Blackburn as the successor ot William Lindsay In the United States Senate. Tenth We Indorse the war carried to success for the fretdom of the enslaved Cubans, and we appreciate and honor the courage and heroism ot our soldiers and sailors therein engaged; but we declare the conduct of the present national administration as to the Philippines to be repugnant to tytty line ol the bill of rights, the constitution and the declaration oi independence. DISAPPOINTED. Gabrllla Britton Falls to Die at Appointed Hour. Gabrllla Britton, colored, who on Monday claimed that it had been revealed to her that she would die last night at 7 o'clock, still lives and, strange to say, regrets her failure as a prophetess. Her home Is In an alley between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets and Lexington and Deleware streets. Thursday, June she said that it had been revealed to her by tha spirits that on Monday morning o'clock she woutd become 111. at She believed that It waa a revelation of the Lord. Promptly at the scheduled time the illness arrived and she has since .been confined to her bed. She said that aa the illness came over her she had a second revelation. She wato told that she would die Thursday night at 7 o'clock. Last night as the time for her death drew near a large crowd began collecting and at 7 o'clock it is estimated that folly 2,000 people were gathered in the vicinity; It required the efforts of six policemen to keep the crowd from tearing down the fence In iront of the house and forcibly entering it. Considerable excitement was caused by Frank Wood, a cousin of the woman, who declared that he would force his way to her bedside and kill her If she did not die at the allotted hour. Disappointment was expressed when 7 o'clock came and the woman was still alive. The crowd was wrought up to a high pitch of excitement. A few minntes later, however, It was announced that the woman had said that she had just had another revelation and had been granted a hall hour longer to live. Elder Lewis, colored, pastor of the Twelfth Congregational church, had been with the woman for sometime and religious services were being held. Promptly at 7:30 o'clock she closed her eyes and was to all appearances dead. A hasty examination was made, and it was discovered that while she was unconscious she was still alive. She remained in this condition (or about one hour. When she again became conscious she told her relatives that shcrhad beenf to- - another world where all was darkness. She said that In the distance she saw a light and from this came a voice sayiog: "Gabrllla, you are spared this time; go back to your husband." She seemed to be disgusted with herself ior having allowed her rela tives to bring her back to conscious ness and was determined to die. About three hours later she again became unconscious and remained in this' state for about an hour. When she recovered for the second time she ennounced that It was probably the will of the Lord that she ahould remain on earth, and Inasmuch as it was His will, she would do all she could to get well. Her condition, however, la still said to be serious. R Word to Doctors We have the highest regard for the medical profusion. Our preparations aro not sold for the purpose ot antagonizing them, but rattier as an aid. Wo lay it down aa an established truth that Internal remedies are positively injurious to expectaat mother. The distress and discomforts experienced during the months preceding childbirth can be alleviated only by external treatment by applying a liniment that softens and reWo laxes the muscle. make and sell such a liniment, combining the ingredients In a manner hitherto unknown, and call it d a, i Mothers Friend We know that is thousands of cases k has proved more than a bleasiag to expectant mother. It overcomes morning sickness. It rtlieves the sense of tightness. Headaches cease, and dan- from Swollen, Hard and Rising Ser Is avoided. Labor1 itself U shortened and shorn of most of the pala. We know that many doctors recommend it, and we know that multitude of women go to the drag stores and buy it because they are sure their physician have no objections. We ask a, trial just a fair test There is no possible chance of injury being the result, because Mother's I'rlend la scientifically compounded. It U sold at )i a bottle, aud should be used during most of the period of gestation,, although great relief is experienced If used only a short time before childbirth. Send for our illustrated book about Mother' Friend. Ttin BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, OA. .'.... tu-tl- .... a "social glass," either off or on dnty. From the following paragraphs, taken from the Philadelphia Record, we learn that a similar rale 'govcrrfs those who erect tall buildings, aad that It is rigorously enforced by the Ironworkers themselves: The daring men who dally swarm over the new skyscrapers that are going up all over town are not without their measures of precaution. The ironworkers themselves, as. a class, are men who will Indulge In a social glass whenever they feel like it, but they take good care never to go on the job when under the influence of liquor. However, no matter what they do themselves in their hours off, they wilt not permit the employment of anyone In the! capacity of scaffold-bnlldlor derrick. mart who Is knovia to take a drink; either off or-- on duty. The Ironworkers themselves Insist upon this, and they do It simply as a precaution of safety' to themselves. If any one of them sees or hears of a derrick or scaffold man taking a drink, It Is bis duty to report the fact at once, and the man la watched. When proof Is found, the offender Is Instantly discharged, The contracagainst such ex. tor might-prote- st treme action, but he has the alternative of either abiding by the rule or procuring a new gang ot Ironworkers. Youth's Companion. ng CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Courier-Journa- l. i. a TDnllDl c sease I KUUDLetlbaveit KIDNEY dl thousands ancl CUKE A COLD IN ONE BAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it falls to cure. 25c The genuine has tf L. B. Q. on each tablet. - TtaKMYMNaTiAlvifM Bear Signature Ui&ffl&ki know it. If you want quick results you can make no mistake by using the great Dr. 'Kilmer's Swamp-Root- , kidney remedy. At druggists in fifty cent and dollar sizes. Sample bottles by mail fiee, also pamphlet telling you bow to find out if you have kid ney trouble. Address, Kilmer & Co., ulnghamton, N. Y. don.t Must Not' "Drink." Not all railroad presidents, direc- tors and superintendents are "total abstainers." but all unite in main, taining the rule which forbids the Incroaso of Teachers' Salaries. The teachers of Greater New York, employment oi a locamotive engineer, or fireman, or conductor, or brake-ma- n, works was over In or switch tender who Induges In and the fun stopped. A big iron works suspended the other day, thereby putting a great many laborers out of employment, and Democrats began to poke a good deal of fun at Republicans at first, but on noticing the dispatches more closely It was discovered that the iron free-trad- e Canada, through the Ahern bill which has passed the legislature and received the Govenor's signature, are to receive better pay. The provisions of the bill are as follows: No regular teacher shall receive less than $6oo per annum. No regular teacher of ten years' service shall receive less thsn 1 900; and of fifteen years' e shall receive less than i,roo. To vl:e principal, head of department, or Grit assistant shall receive less than $1,400, and no man teacher ol twelve years' service less than 160. The salaries of women prlnc(. pdls bhall be Increased $150 each year urtil the maximum ol $2,500 1. teach ed. The salaries of men principals shall be Itcreased correspondingly until the msxlaiuniol 3,500 U rescued It Is not propper to ray that th,ls is tuagnsnlmou. It was the right thing tq do. The average school board Inttoduces penurious business methods In the employment ol teachers, They keep the salaries down to the point of actual discouragement that makes the teacher's heart sick. After having served a school well for several terms with no increase In Ml. aryt the average board will allow the competent, experienced teacher, who ought to be honored and encouraged, to depart and substitutes the ex per lenrcd and untlred. It la a ruinous practice and greatly demoralizing to the profession. sei-vic- Boils and Pimples Give Warning. AN UNFAILING SIGN THAT $,. NATURE IS APPEALIN6 tha system u 'accumulating impurities' which must be gotten rid of : they are an urgent appeal for asalstsnos warning that am not safely be ignored. a lUn To neglect 10 purity ine oiooa as mis time means more than the annoyance ot painful boll and It these impurities are allowed to unsightly pimples. Is remain, theiSTstein suooumb to any ordinary Illness, and so unable to withstand the many ailment which are prevalent during spring .and summer. , Mrs. I aentlla, JOOi Second Avenue. snys I waa aulloted for a long time with pimple, which dHl ttsssssW HsW my face fearfully, were very annoying, a they dUfljured B sHsJLK a ,,.nir many other remedial In rain. 8. 8. woraptly 1 and thoroughly cleansed my blood, and now I rejolo in. before," a good complexion, which I never had Cflb 11 CI D Ha. Us &3&PS& ,...,. MUU When Nature is overtaxed, she has her own way of tiring-- notice that assist-ann- a Sh doe not ask for lanenJad. x ri, Term., wntaai " 8eTrl boll and carbuncle broke out upon me, caualng great pain and annoyance. My blood seemed to be la a riotous oocelitioo, and nothing I took seemed to do any good. Blx bottles or a. a. B, curea tn oompieMiy aad my blood ha been perfectly puro ever since, ,, , ft. If . n SB. M V. M. M. S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD ta Ilia boat blood remedy, because It U vurely VMttabls T"r-...I- . l airaoluUly free Irons pout ana twuj. ti and U the only one the. ayeUm, wild up Mood and thoroughly clean promptly purine the tneKeneral health and strength. It cure BcrofuU, Eczema, Caaoer. huma-tUTetter, Boils, Bores, eto., by going direct to the cause of the IrwUe aati forcing out all Impure blood. . Books free to any addre by the Swift Bpeoiflo Co., Atlanta, Qa. tht I m ' W'lIsJljiSaja,--- SI4PPliWHMiuiimjj 1 , m hi f ftWf jmiwiiiiini u ij"Mmwmmm ,iiMMMMMhaaaaBaaaaaaEaaBaaaaWaSMSaSlSWsaBMMBaWBBBKPaBMBB Hartford Republican. iiAiiTt'oitn rviiMNiiiNij (owrASY incorporated; iMOfil FrldajK by III of tho Loulsvlllo platform to destroy all corporato wealth of tho State and to take from frco men, thr6ugh the iofaiflQUS KENTUCKY MANHOOD MANDS FAIR PLAY. DE- tacky soil, the battle lor the restores WHAT THEIR LEADERS SAY tloa of civil lights In this State is ABOUT IT. already won. If suffrage is dear to the teputable citizenship of be protected at the polls next November, for thereafter it will be everlastingly too late. If the business Interests now established in this commonwealth care to preserve themselves from a public policy of confiscation tbey will enter upon the campaign without delay, for after Senator Goebel has once secured the reins of power in this State, they need expect only such consideration as the furtherance of boundless political ambition and the satisfaction of personal greed may vouchsafe to them. All forms of associate capital will need to have a care for their com merclsl salvation with such a De mocracy in the saddle as triumphed at the convention which has been in ses alon la this city lor more than a week Railroads, Insurance companies, man ufacturing establishments employing large amounts of capital,' banks, trust companies, enterprises of every sort which are carried on in a Urge way, will all be called upon to pay ruinous tribute to Goebellsm If the ticket nominated yesterday shall prevail at the polls. Republican success will not depend wholly upon the justice of the Repub lican cause, for the same shrewdness which has enabled Senatior Goebel to dominate tbe Democratic convention against what seemed to be almost Insurmountable odds will be a part ot the greater campaign that (a now to follow. The infamous election law which Mr. Goebel framed and which is now on the statute books of the State, and which he will not hesitate to employ for the advantage of his candidacy, is another powerful ele ment for the overthrow of the popular will. It will be necessary to organ ize for the defeat and humiliation of Goebellsm with supreme Industry and determination If these results are to The Republican be accomplished. patty will need to be harmonious and enthusiastic. It will need to put In shape to attract the Independent vote, and tbe snpport of the thousands of young men who will ex erclse the right of suffrage this year for the first time. It will need to demonstrate that it can furnish a sound nuclens about which the best element of all parties may rally for the redemption of Kentucky from the disasters which Goebellsm threatens. The Commercial believes that this Is the Republican program, and that the proceedings of the State convention to be held next month lor the nomination of the State ticket and declaration of party principles will demonstrate it. Commercial. it-s- She was the fond mother of a fine baby. But It was a crjing Imby, She ami looked for 1 n, their only weapon of the ballot, and to raise to tho chief magistracy of FON ROGERS, the Commonwealth, a man whose firtt II. Thomas, j KDIT0R3. Jno achievement of public notice la marked by a monument above the grave Off loo on FoxStroot. of Banker Hanford, and whose latest Subscription. $1 per year In advance victory is wou over the best elements of the Kentucky Democracy by the ce at Hartford methods of "cutthroats and assassins." Entered ot the 'as second class mall matter. This contest will not bo one of a party against a party, but a battle to the FRIDAY, JUNE 30. death between the liberty-lovin- g free VU men of Kentucky and the most dan. REPUBLICAN TICKET. gerous band of political highwaymen that ever threatened to dominate a ron STATU BF.SATOB, free people. law, post-offi- election CATT! XT. . KffWARD, sroxr. as. c. rm RErnr-sENTATiv- E, rLZiT.anar. Cait. W. J. Stone's duplicity made Goebel the Democratic nominee lor Governor. Chairman Redwing made himself Loth famous and infamous during bis administration at Louisville. looks like the "together in defeat, together in victory" trio had started on the second round of defeats. It A TUORorjaii revision of the County Election Commissioners may be ex- pected to fellow the nomination of Goebel. In order to sol ton tho popu lar prejudice against his election law and to make tho steal, moro eilective in his race for Governor this year, Goebel had his machine appoint de cent men en the County Commissions last year,but honest Democratic Corns missioners will be removed to make room for thugs and thieves, this year who will be supposed to count in their chief. The New York World makes the following vciy sensible comment ou Altgeld-Woodson Dick Vahdiveb stood on a chair 4tr 1M in the Democratic convention in Louisville and sold pools on the race for the project to raise Governor. a campaign lund for the Democratic campaign next year. "Can it be The Republican campaign text told with certainty now who will be book this year should contain nothing the Democratic candidate and what but the detailed proceedings of the tho platform will bo in 1900? Hon Louisville convention. est and conscientious voters are not "TnE body that I love more than likely to contribute to a political life itself is in tho hands of cutthroats 'blind pool' a year in advance of the and assassins." Charlie Brooston m campaign. Is there not a danger that 'campaign funds' giveu now might be Louisville Democratic convention. used to secure delegates rather than In the language of the famous Mar. to carry an election." shall, wo have not heard of rulings like unto Chairman Rcdwine's since TRUTH VINDICATES ITSELF. Pontius Pilate presided at the trial of Democracy's unqualified condemna Christ. tion ot both the State and National r ft ft y i .$ I M N ii if i ..a i ; administrations is in keeping with its past record of condemning measures and policies which were and by time proven to be to the best interest of the Notwithstanding State and country. tbe fact that with the announcement ot Republican victory in '96, confi. The Louisville convention had its dence was instantaneously restored in pathetic as well as its heroic incidents every commercial avenue, lactones and the humiliating and disgraceful and shops opened up on full time and close of the public career of Capt. business of every description boomed Stone resulting from his surrender of and still flourishes in every depart the convention into the hands of the ment, yet the Louisville convention monster Goebel, leads one to feelings in the light of the most prosperous era of pity for tho honest, but weak old of the country's history condemns and Confederate veteran. denounces as reckless and extravagant the management of both State and platform endorsed The Louisville National affairs. But, after all, what pretty much everything in the uni- do condemnations and denunciations verse' except the Dupaich,aai the by a body of men "a gang Kentucky Democrats are without an of scoundrels, cutthroats and robbers" Owensboro official organ. The amount to? It is natural for all says the DiVpafci has degenerdamned, both in the sight of God and and the Her ated into a common liar man, ;to condemn and ridicule the aid says it is the organ ot the whole right. That the National administraparty in tbeSlbte, and, oh, why didn't tion has been successful as as any ever the convention settle it. given, from tbe beginning to the presliberty-- , ent, can not bo denied by an informed Eveky honest, loving citizen in Kentucky can vote honest man or set of men. Citation against Goebel in November without of facts for proof need not be made. doing violence to. bis conscience or his Tbe living history of tbe country party. The defeat of Goebel can not which is the experience of every busi be the defeat of the Democratic party ness roan within its bounds is evidence It is telling, convincing in the State since that party went to sufficient. its defeat in the Louisville convention evidence, such as is enjoyed at the when Goebel, aided by the police ot fireside. As no example of the boasted Democratic administration of State Louisville, stole tho nomination. affairs', take its last administration of Judge Clifton J. Pjiatt, of the financial affairs of the Common candidate for the Republican Sihool System. This is a fair example for Governor, was in of their great and wonderful economy. nomination Hartford Friday. Judge Pratt is one The Republican administration found of the best men in Kentucky and has a deficit of about of a all the elements of character for Gov- million dollars in the school fund. ernor, and while the present contest The high per capita paid for about for the nomination for Governor seems three years previous to the Guberna to be practically settled, Judge Pratt torial race ot '95, is evidence of the will probably stand easily at the head cause ot tbe ileum, luo low rate of the reserve upon which the Repub- paid every year since '95 proves that licans may draw four years hence. there was a great deficit in tbe fund at the time of the Republican advent to When Wat Hardin went down in power. Tho Democratic administrathe Louisville convention free silver tion ot other affairs of the State is in in Kentucky went down with him. keeping with tbe example cited. It proes little to say the platform en- - Whether the Republican party is do rscs silver when tho gold men wcro incompetent and scandalous, tbe all on one side and the Bilver men all "thieves, cutthroats and robbers" may on tho other side of the contct, and answer as they will. But tbe fact that the nominee a silver man, ehl warrants against tbe State nowadays backed by but one newspaper in do not go begging at a discount as Louisville and that paper the they did when the party camo into Think about it, the Courier-Journpower, but are worth their face value leading the silver forces ot the anywhere, the liquidation of the school Kentucky Democracy. fuud indebtedness and tbe splendid Tiu rr is theft whether committed management of every other business by some midnight prowler lu tbe under its control is proof that the drawing room ot bis sleeping victim present administration is tbe wisest, or by some pretentious statesman in fairest and most economical ever given the conventions of his paity. Upon the State, and that its defamera and the fairness and honesty of conven- roallgners are a set of unscrupulous tions tcaicely less than upon that ot liars. -- . t elections depends tho moral and fi- Proooodlngof tho Democratic nancial welfare of the people, and the Convontlon at Loulavlllo. political scoundrels who attempt to F1IWT DAY. drive conventions as the herdsman Combines and trlggerwork. drives his cattle should become the SKCOND DAY, common enemy of mankind, Plottin', trlggerwork and cusiiu'. Kentucky voters aro now standTHIRD DAY. More plottin', cuasin' and flgbtm'. ing upon the threshold of the most remarkable political coutest ever waged fourth day. Heretofore issues aflect Plot tin', steal in' and mere fightin'. y ,iu the State. ' 'ing the financial interests of the peoFIFTH DAY, ple havo formed the basis of party riottin', stealiu' and tin horns, contests, but in the campaign now SIXTH DAY. opening tbe ordinary issues that deGabble, Goebel, Gobbled. termine political divisions pale into seventh day. insignificance before the declaration The doxology. self-style-d Met-tenMadi-sonvillthree-quarte- rs Courier-Joutnol. TnosE delegates to the late Demc cratic convention at Louievillo who ran short of change would doubtless amendment favor a constitutional limiting Democratic State conventions to sixty days. Section six of the Democratio platform endorses the Goebel election law and declares that its faithful enforcement will prevent such gigantic frauds as were alleged to have been perpetrated by tho Republican paity in 1890. Every well informed man in Kentucky knows that at tho time referred to moro than of tho County Judges of the Commonwealth, whoso duty it was to appoint precinct election officers, were Democrats and yet they refer to that year, in particular) as being a time of great frauds committed by the Republican party. Can it be that they would accuso Demo, cralio County Judges of helping the Republicans to cheat the Silver Star of tbe West out of the Presidency? Tho plea (bat the amendment to tbe election law was mado to prevent fraud and safeguard the ballot box is a base fabrication. If the law before ameuded was bad, it should havo been amended and rightly amended. But the election law as amended, known aa tbe Goebel election law, places the authority that has tho entire control of elections in the Commonwealth in tbe hands of the party in power. The members ot the State Board of Election Commissioners are all of tbe same political party and are not bonded to Tbe guarantee upright conduct. County Board may all be of the same political party. They, too, aro not bonded as a guarantee of and safeguard to justice. The members of the County Board hold their offices at tbe pleasure of the State Board. Tbey can be removed at any time and their successors, without regard to intelligence, veracity, honor.or responsibility may be appointed from among any class ot citizens. It it were tho desire of tbe fram-e- rs of the law, as they claim it was, to secure fair and honest elections, why did tbey not provide by statute that both the State should be Boards and County made up equally of members of the different or two leading political par. ties? Why did they not provide that the members of each board should give bond and throw about them the necessary restrictions to insure justice? Wily did they set up a separate tribunal to pass upon all contest cases? Can it be that the courts are all corn rupt? The majority of them in Kentucky are Democratic. Is is possible that tbey were sanguine in the belief that Democrats could do nothing but do justice and count fair with the ballot box to themselves alone in the closet? Certainly not. The bead of the Democratic ticket, open and above board, stole 225 votes in the Louisville convention from Wat Hardin and poor, old, innocent Bill Stone. And the same thief is also the father of this one sided election law. Coming down to plain truth, the fact of the business is the Goebel election law was made for tbe sole purpose of controling State politics regardless of tbe will or wish of the people. Tbe test now comes. Will people the honest and liberty-lovin- g of Kentucky,regardless ot party affilrobiation, endure such bery aa is threatened by Goebel and bis followers? The moral, social, financial and political interests of the State demand that Kentucky manhood arise and assert its power and see that tbe ballot box is not controlled by "thugs, cut. throats, thieves and assassins." two-thirhigh-hand- ed C.ipt. Stone leaned wearily against the cigar counter surrounded by a sympathizing group ol followers. All offered him their hand with an ex pression of condolence. To almost every one he replied: "Well, we fought a good fight and they never made us show the white feather." Big Ollle James pushed his way through the crowd and grasped Capt. Stone's hand with the remark: "We fell together and only alter a good, bard battle." "Yes," answered Stone, "I thank you and alt my friends who stood by fffl iiuciouicu 11 pin. Nothing was hurting it She looked to 0 paying wx "The wholesome. the bnby' food. It wn w e e t and But the baby still cried and walled. Then Hhe called the igPit Styles 11 .mi Im v vmir suit fraiu us. you're never atknl an extra price, just becauw It's in the hrighlh of stylo. You aro always assure! 01 1110 now eat. il.a .iriPM in vnu ia based unou their real worth -i- t's a fair transaction In every caw you get tho full value In the material and making. Stylishly dressed fellows will assuro you that our clothes are always leading when thr-- want the proper ideas they come rE CO doctor. examined child and He the tt.ii.1 child l crying for food," " Hut," said the mother, "it lias nil the food it will take." "Tbe question of atarva-tlon- " replied the doctor, "1$ not how much food i taken but how much la and goes to nourUh the body " me" Tain in the body is often only the out"The worst sting about the defeat cry of starvation. You eat enough but stomach la not doing its work, and was that it was your own district that the nervous nystem is starving. Put the the , caused it," said James, stomich right and the paint will with "That's it exactly," replied Stone. together of thethe uncomfortable consecondition. There it no quences "If they had remained true, we would medicine made which can equal Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in have won." quickness of its action on the stomA Commercial reporter standing the ach. It cures diseases of the digestive near, overheard the conversation and and nutritive system, increases the acblood-makin- g glands, and requested Ollle James to explain the tion of then proper and jwrfect diftri-butio- n so induces of his assertion tunt Stone's meaning of thi. necessary nourishment and immle own district had caused his defeat to M mxI and bone throughout tho wholi body There is face Immediately darkened and no alcohol, opium or other narcotic con lames' be appeared thunderstruck. tained in "lioiuen aieuicni utscuitry. "I With In tajr la Ihe worlil that l)r l'icrct' OLUE JAMES EXCITED, Gotrfto Medic! IManmrr hat proved (ml Mr. ItUeu "Oh, h 1," he exclaimed. "You tinting lu me," writes Co. Sim "K. lucon of I firmly KrtnUlo Shutetburr.itMilJ tiuif 11 ain't a reporter are you? Well, say, believe It.t.n 11 be in alaverv bad titleIta?. t htd Krnlrmlwr. Prlrtr h..t rtnt my for God's sake don't use that. Don't doctored fur throujttlonitch trouble for teverol h a court of treatment with year fninjj I lit quote me on that. I didn't mean what out auy real benebl. crew Heptcmbcr, lliuS,eat had but verv tick tpeltt and wortr, could We little i commenced lu September. Ibgr.tatalt I said. We are for the nominee. Or rierce't medicine and In a thort time I cuuld want harmony in the Democratic par eat and work. I hate gaiued twenty pouuda la two month. "starvation." to us for tbem. ft? M2J IDT ORDINARY CLOTHING- - nre ty." Capt. Stone was asked for an ex pression of opinion on the way the convention had been conducted. Said he: "No deliberative body composed of Intelligent men ever submitted to such treatment as was received at the hands of Chairman Redwine. His rulings were arbitrary and unfair. It was a black eye to the party, from which it will be along time reviving." Ollle James said. "Redwlne is a tyrant. He ruled the convention. Goebel's election was compassed by the most unfair means ever employed to choose a nominee in any conven- lar appointment at the Baptist church Sund.iy. Mrs Dr. Hills Miller, ol Sulphur Springs, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rcld, last week. The social at Miss Utile Barnard's last" Wednesday night was greatly enjoyed by nil. The party was given Hope, lor Miss Leila Drake, ol who is visiting relatives at this pUce Mr. T. R. Barnard and wile visited Mr. Barnard's sister, Mrs. Willjago, at Sacramento, last week. Mr Foster Roll, of Nelson Creek, and Miss Nellie Welborn, ol Alburn, visited Mrs. B. T. Iglebeart Saturday and Sunday. Misses Iitta Maddox, ol Providence, and Iitta Stroud and Nellie Smith, cf Central City, are visiting the family ol L P. Downs. Success to the RKrunLtCAN and its RuSTlCUs subscribers. Anv dealer pan oiler von that kind, but ours is such as bears the lalnd ol lorenot houses tbey n possess every merit in making antl trimming, you'll note our suits, you'll readily discover their suIt's visible in every periority over the ordinary. sint, but our prices are oftentimes just a little lower than you're asked for tbo same suits. There's a handsome range of styles In the new stud in tho kinds that you'll be sure to select, with prices ranging irom ,2.00 to $12.00. 99 tion." Gus W. Richardson, candidate for Fatisfactory prices, too. We give you a whole lot lor your money In this stock newest styles, new. goods. lions' est materials, best and suits that set the pace winners at $1.00. longest-wearing Tho Louisville Convontlon. Sworn to before me and subscribed He seemed much relieved when he Chairman Johnson called to order the most remarkable and unprecedent was assured that the reporter only In my presence, this 6th day of De ed political gathering that ever as heard It rumored that such telegrams cember, A. D 1 880. . A. W. Glbason, sembled lu Kentucky, at Louisville, had been sent. SEAL Wednesday morning Inly 21st. ROASTED JUDGE REDWINE. ' Nntarv Ptihllp The Democratic convention that as As one Stone delegate expressed It, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter sembled at Louisville was made up of "It's a good thing that the election nally, and acts Hirectly on the blood The delegates were will not take place to morrow. If it and mucous surfaces of the system. 1,092 delegates. instructed as follows: should, what we would do to Goebel Send tor testimonials, free. Hardin, 430. would be a plenty." This sentiment P. J Cheney & Co , Toledo, O. Stone, 295. seems to prevail around the lobby ol Sold by Druggists, 75c. Goebel, 256. the Wlllard hotel last night, where Hall's Family Pills are the best. Contested, 33. Capt. Stone and Gen. Hardin, with m m for Fitly Cents. Unlnsttucted, 78. their intimate friends, were discusstnhacro habit cure makes sk Neither candidate had votes enough ing the situation. The Iriends ot the men ttroui:, blood pure, Mc.il. AlldrucusU. to nominate and efforts were at once two defeated candidates could not reAttontion, Machlno Mon. put forth by the friends ot Goebel and press their pent up feelings Between Stone to effect a combination to defeat condemnation of Senator Goebel and McIIenry Machine Co., McIIenry, Hardin. fierce denunciation of Judge Redwine, Ky have a lull line of Fittlngs.Pipe, Goebel with his accustomed shrewd- tbe lobby of tbe hotel was kept lively Hose, Packing, etc, at lowest market ness offered the Stone men the nomi until after midnight. Commercial. prices. Are prepared to do repair nation for Governor if he (Goebel) was work on Machinery of all kinds,Gtey allowed to effect tne reorganization of "Circumstances altorCasos. Iron and Brsss Castings. tf the party by naming the various comdyspepsia, nervousness, In cases ot mittees and to dictate'the minor nomcatarrh, rheumatism, eruptions, etc, ination. The Stone men fell an easy Woodson's Mosaagoto Bryan, the circumstances may be alt'red by victim to Goebel's scheme and D, D. purifying and enriching the blood "Kentucky Democrats have proven Redwlne a mountain henchman ol with Hood 8 Sarsaparilla. Good apwas elected chairman. their loyalty to the cause of silver by Goebel's petite and good digestion, strong As soon as Redwlne took the chair nerves and perfect health take the turning down Wat Hardin and the Dupilch. Bill Goebel and the Cour he became tbe absolute master ol the place of these diseases Hood's Sarrod of will hold Kentucky safely convention and ruled it with a saparilla' is America's Greatest Medflatly ignoring all parliamentary icine and the best that money can in the white metal column for 1900." iron, laws and outraging all justice and de buy. Goobollam tho Supromo Issuo ceucy. Under tbe pretence 01 securing Hood's Pills cure biliousness, sick in Kentucky. the party organization, and promising would not attempt to headache. Stone that he The Democratic convention has take the nomination for Governor, Would NotSuffor So Again for Whv let vour nelthbors done its perfect work. Its platlorm Goebel unseated Hardin and Stone Fifty Tlmoa Ita Prlco. know It? and the candidate whom it has nomi delagatea until instead ol being third And why give thtm a I awoke last night with severe nated for Governor are the logical in tbe race be stood easily first. After chance to guess you are even five or ten years more? products ol Democratic history in tbla getting his henchman in the chair pains In my stomach. I never lelt so Better give them good State since the convening of the last and unseating enough delegates to badly In alt my life. When I came reasons for guessing the morning I felt so other wav. It is vcv easy: Legislature. As the Commercial has take for himself the first rank with down to work this for nothing tells of age so said from the beginning of the can- instructed delegates Goebel sat down weak I could hardly work. I went quickly as gray nair. vass for the Democratic Gubernatorial and complacently told the Stone men, to Miller and McCurdy's drug store and they recommended Chamberlain's nomination, Goebellsm is the Issue in by his conduct, to go to the devil. the campaign to be fought out in Tbe Stone men saw the trap tbey Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme Kentucky this year between the or- were In, but it was too late. In vain dy. It worked like msgic and one ganized Democracy and the patriotic tbe Hardin and Stone men pleaded dose fixed roe altigbt It cettainly citizenship of the State represented with the tyrant Redwlne for decent Is the finest thing I ever used for by the Republican party. There can treatment, but Goebel's automaton stomach trouble. I shall not be with be no doubt that this Is tbe condition was deaf to every appeal for justice out It In my home hereafter, for now. The Democratic platform pro- and adjourned the convention from should not care to endure the f uffer-inof last night again for fifty times nounces for Goebellsm unreservedly, day to day until his master's thelt and Goebel himself heads the Dem- was completed and Goebel declared Its price G II. Wilson, Liveryman, ocratic ticket. All ot the other can the nominee for Governor. The con- Rurgettstons, Washington Co,, Pa. didates for tbe places of executive vention adjourned Wednesday after This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne ru. Griffin & flro. Is a power in this State will be Goebel's nominating the following ticket! It hides the sge under a creatures. They will obey bis will Governor William Goebel, of KenSMAlTChOUSE, K.Y. luxuriant growth of hair the aa perfectly as though he were their ton county. color ot youth. Lieutenant Governor J C W. Beck-baIt never falls to restore absolute master rather than their asJune 26 As no one seems to care ol Nelson county. color to gray hair. It will about giving the news of this little sociate lu the conduct of public afstop the tiair from coming Attorney General Robt. J. Breckplace, suppose) 011 let me put in a few out also. fairs. Every since last Saturday inridge, of Doyle county. It feeds the hair bulbs. Auditor Gus G. Coulter, of Graves lines. there has been a single dominant fac Thin hair becomes thick hair, The health ol the community is tor in tbe Kentucky Democracy, and county. and short hair becomes long Treasurer S. W, Hagar, of Boyd good hair. Senator William Goebel, of Coving It cleanses the scalp; recounty, Tbe farmers say that the wheat ton, Is Us personification. moves all dandruff, and Superlndendent ot Public Instruc- crop Is hardly an average crop, Corn prevents Us formation. Nothing could have better suited tion II. V McChesney, of Livings We have a book on tbe and oats are looking well. tbe purposes and ambitions of the ton county, Hair which w will gladly Mr. Miller Reld and Miss Bee Reld, Republican party fn Kentucky than send you. Ion Commissioner of Agriculture naf aotun tuiuHti, ot'Rockport, were the guests of the a this outcome of the Democratic State B, Nail, of Jefferson county, m flu iou.ip.oua rrointJi.ka.oltli. SJ Villi win. 111. doctor atal It. SP ST. Misses Tichenor last Sunday Z3 Probably Intra It Hwa 4MDcull convention, and the Commercial von m witn roar fautral tvtttia wltta Bfe good turn deserves another," "One S M mirbt ttillr f.iuovM. Addrttt Both the Baptist arid the MMhodHt gratulates its fellow Republicans Those who have been cured by Hood's MM Ur, J. C Aycr, Unv.U, Matt. Wk upon It. If manhood has not depart Sarsaparilla are glad to tell others Sunday schools are prof roil tg nicty Rev. RJgar Mtldjx filled his tei,u ed Irom its abiding place on Ken- - about It. the nomination for State Treasurer, said: "The convention was characterized by lawlessness, trickery and bitterness. Redwlne's rulings were arbitrary and unfair. Goebel is not entitled to tbe nomination." It was reported that Capt. Stone had sent out telegrams to friends stating State or Ohio, City oh Toledo, ) ) Lucas County, that he had been defeated by the basfrank J. Cheney makes oath that est kind of treachery from his own district delegates. When asked about he is the senior partner of the firm ol this last night he denied it, but In the P J. Cheney & Co., doing business in same breath showed considerable the City of Toledo, County and State alarm when he asked: "Does the aforesaid, and that said firm wilt pay Western Union company permit the the sum of One Hundred Dollars for newspapers to see telegrams sent out each and every case of Catarrh that privately? If tbey have done this cannot be cured by the use ol Hall's Prank J. Cheney. there will be trouble in the morning." Catarrh Cure. It's because we keep in closest touch with leading thoso that designate tho styles manufacturers that enables us to be the Grst to show the newtst "kinks" in fashionable attire. It's becauso we buy tbem right that places us In position to name tho winning prices. ? 0U Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win succeas In life This being conceded, it is of first Importance to get your training at the school that stands In the very front rank. LOW VI Lit:, HK.Vri'CKY. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In SHORTHAND. bis line. Grrduatesol this college preferred by I ness honses. Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 United Statea It will be mailed to yon FRItU. BOOK-KERPIN- A Business ) gfelirn THE BRYANT&STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, I MMkm MOUTH rM JfTY YEARS i The place that June holds in the 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. Tho month is nearly oyer and wo have mado away with the greatest part of the surplus of Spring and Summer Goods. Sat in order that we may still farther reduce oar ware offering some great bargains, which w t hinv a r worth y f yoar att ntion: stoQv, NOTIONS. We sell you a good pair ladles' hose for 5c, or six for 25c; better grade 10c, or three for 25c One lot ladies' black hose 15c per pair, or two for 25c, worth Ladles' ribbed vests 5c 20c per pair to 25c. Ladles' and gentlemen's belts 25c to 35c, worth 35c and 60c A nice tine put! bosom shirts In all sizes go at 50c, actuat value 75c Gentlemen's nice balbtlgan undersbitts only 20c, regular 35c goods j better grade 25c, worth 50c. Men's drilling drawers 20c. or two pair for 35c, regular 25c quality. One Irt men'a bleached drilling drawers go at 500a pair worth 75c Ladles' black slippers 50c, actual value 75c Ladies' black or tan slips pets, regulsr $t goods, go at 75c One lot if children's slippers, sizes 3'ti to 6's, regular 75c quality, go at 59c One lot, sUess'sto8'slnblackor tsn, former price 1, will close out at 79c One lot 8'a to la'a In black or tan. ihtsp at $1,25, go kt 1 per pair One lot sizes I.Vs to a's. bl? barealna at i 50, go now at ft 29. We carry a line 01 men's and boy a' One shoes In blsck or tan tor t tn null- tn Give ui a trial In this line and we are n mrn'a neavv buic 10 acu you liooda we will give you good solid shoe for $1, actual value ft 25 We alao have a few pair of men'a heavy fi 6s quality, to goat $1 411. 1 01D HATS AND CAPS. Tbere Is no better line carried In Ohio county than we carry. We will sell you n boy's nice straw hat for 10c, worth 20c ; better grades Irom 25c to 50c Men's nice straw hats for 25c, regular 3sc goods. Men's snd bos' If you wool and fur hats at 35c to $4 need anything in this line call and see us. We are sure to please you. Ayers Hair r. CLOTHING. Twelve pair boys' knee pants, sizes 15 years, regular 35c pants, go at 25c per pair. Boys' suits(k nee pants) Twenty four boys' 65c, worth ,o"c suits (knee pants) $1 49, would be n bargain at $1.75 We ran show you a line at $2 56 that are great values. In men's clothtng we will scll'yoti a nice suit tor $t 75 that would be it bargain at fa 50. We also have n beautiful line running from ffj to $10, Come to Fee us when you need a suit and ou ate sure to carry one home with you. Good calicoes, worth sc, still go at 4c; 4c calicoes at 3c Nice line apron and dress ginghams, woith Anywhere from 6c to 8c a yard, go at 5c Bleach cotton 4c Heavy domestic 4ic per yard or 4c by the bolt We also have a fine line of wash goods in Lawrs, 1'iqnes, Linens, Percales, which go at Krtatly reduced figure. SHOES AND 8LIPPEK8. gs Vipr STAPLE DRY GOODS. nr thanking you for past favors and trusting you will como antj get some ol these bargains, wo aro, yours truly, So J. E. FOGLE if., CO. Mmb;rdi JYdiBffMa. We want your Eggs, Feathers and Ginseng, IT'S !LL u V That Fair mid-summ- er IB THE COUNTRY "He That Stays Does the Business," On this quality success depends. The blood Is the best friend the & Co. soil Now is you chance to save money. A new, big line of everything ior wear. Kead our prices. Compare other prices with our quality. Ladies faat Black Hose , Men's heavy Bocks Yard-wid- e llleacb (no lime) , Meu's heavy 8uipeuders 8atnple lino Ladies Vest taped neck 6c; regular 10c quality. 30Jnch Towels 50o Parasols ee least money. the best goods for the '' staying All the "world admires power. '' SPROIALxS. ' ".."!!!!!!! !5o ."!.!!!.!! !oo rj0 It you would be strong in tho race ot 0o life and "do tho business," you must "stay." heart has, and "faint heart" never won anything. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the best friend the blood ever had; It cleanses the blood of everything. Bojri JCpee PanU 25o Youth's long Panti 5oo Mea's black Luster CoaU $1.00 , Nice linen Suit 1.08 Clay Wonted Suits 3.C0 Extra grey Tricot Suits! 8. Others want $10 (or tame. Chllds wash Suit COo Men'i wool Pants 81.25. Best line in Hartford. See us before buying. Ladies flue button or lace Men' tine Shoes, lace or congress Best on earth SI. CO .Men's fine Shoes, Good grain plow Shots Bys box calf Shoes Child 81 ipnrs Ladles Tan Slippers Ladies Black Slippers OIOTHING. SHOES. Shoes .....' '. , $1.00 60c to 1.00 76o '. 50c blotches cams all oyer ray body. Hood's Barssparllla and Hood's Pills cured me." Mis. Mast Issott, ZU South Wolt St., Baltimore, Md. Alt Run Down " I was as tired In ths roornltiE as at nlgbt, had no ambition, weak and run down. Three bottles ol Hood's Sarsaparllla built me np and cured me. Can eat well and aleep well." Mas. Cius. Molz, 418 Madlaon St., Sandusky, Ohio. Femalo Troubles-- " I would have welcomed death any time as a rellel from catarrh ot the omb and other serious $1.00 troubles. The best physicians said my case was helpless. I 1.00 thing eli and took stopped taking erery Hood's. Barsaparllla. New life cam to me and I sained until I am perfectly well and strong." Mas. Emu 100 J. Fishes, Lonedtll, Missouri. Hood's Sarsaparllla makes e0 the struggle easy. It gives clear, strong 3(!0 blood; hence perfect health ensues. Hlves-T- he Itching ot hires which troubled me last summer was terrible; - Mr. Jefi Stevens, a farmer, living near Sulphur Springs, caught two full grown foxes In one steel trap a few nights ago. The trap was n strong one and fortunately it held both foxes until they were discovered and dispatched by Mr. Stevens next morning. The smallpox epidemic at the mines Is now thoroughly under con trol, and there Is no danger of a fur ther spread of the disease. There Is no cases of smallpox at or near Hartford and the people out la the country should feel no alarm about coming here; In a recent teacher's examination an applicant answering the questions "who Is the presiding officer of the United States Senate nod of the House ol Representatives?" gave Goebel the honor of presiding over the Senate and C. M. Barnett as Speaker of the Lower House. Mrs. Annie Rock, wife of Henry Rock, died at her residence at McIIenry, Monday, of typhoid flux, and was buried In McHenry cemetery Tuesday, Mrs. Rock was about twenty five years old nnd leaves a husband and two children to mourn her death, Mrs. Reck was a niece ol Messrs J C,, D E. and Pete Thomas, of this place. BAIZETOWN, KY. Jnne 26. As I have seen nothing In your columns from this section, I will write a few items. The farmers are greatly elated with the fine rains that fell Friday night and Saturday. Prof. Cox, ol Beaver Dam, Is giving instruction to the brass baud recently formed at this place. The Professor Is' a most excellent teacher and pur band Is congratulating Itself lor se curing his services. Rev. Willis Edge, of near Magan, filled bis regular appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday, Mr, J. W, James, who has been with the soldier boys, returned home The attractions of our Store-thPrices. j R.T.Collins; fi&rtford, e Beautiful Goods and Low a- ly., I S The Store where you get the full Y Value of Your Dollar and Gen-- '' orally more. ' - Next Do r to Ohio County Bank. Ti.d. MtA SHOES. TndM.Hi Starred in SHOES. 5 Shink. BUMBLE BEE BK WM SECRETARY ,5 SHOES. $3.00 last week. Wheat harvest Is about over and ths oat crop is now to be taken care of. Oats are better than It was thought that they would be. JaB ior vuur nvxicv. Queen Bee. JjEt $3,50 9B BP Hf the y- Sunday school was organized here 18th Inst, and Is progressing nicel- STOP AND THINK! a polr of Shoes voti wont, be sure vou oct a heaping; measure If It Is 01 vuiuc Mr. Homer Benton and wife and daughter, Mr. V. M. Albln and wife, Mr. Walton Baize nnd wife and Mr. Hunt and wife alt visited the family of Mr. J. R. Albln, of this place, Sun-Say. M. Shoes With a Record Here's Where We Get Together. WANT SHOES. WE'VE GOT SHOES. LATEST ON TUB SFOT That's what wins Getting: there first and hitten' 'em hard when you arrive. That's what Big line sample Shirts at 50s on the dollar. $1.00 fine shirts 75c fine Shirts 50cfioe ShirU Fine Silk bosom Shirt Beautiful PuQ bosom ShirU Men's work Shirl MID-SUMMER SHIRTS. 50o 38o , 25c 81.00 60c 25c; 35oand60 35c to $2.60 Latest in Sailors Beautiful MILiIaINELRY. trimmed bats Pretty Flowers. Cbiflbns, Ribbons, Laces. ont regardless ol former prices. fl.OOup These goods we are closing Madras Cloth.. 12Jc latest for waist, PercaIa..l2o--ver- y Organdies.. 6c, 7o, 10c. White and figured Piques.. 10c. Silk GinSolid Organdies.. 10c. Fancy Organ-die- s. ghams..!).. India Linens. .8c and KM. We show more ol these goods than other combines. Visit 36-in- Yard wide Percals.. 7c WASH GOODS. Sea Island Percale.. 31-in- Oc. Beautiful wide Sheer us or send for samples. On account of the smallpox scare about Beaver Dam and vicinity the meeting of the Fourth Congressional District Teachers' Association has JIm4 nil. nlfJIW.r 111, .b. dob lrrluUjjn indefinitely. The jJ5Tt.lKifti.IJUk. with UiHr. Bmpj1IU. been postponed same program and place of meeting We have lota of Lawns and Imported will stand for the next session of the of the Organdies. Now la the time to buy. association. The teachers county should arrange to be present. Cab son & Co A later date may suit their convenRepublican convention here next ience better. Monday to elect delegates to the State Mr, J. W. Jones and Miss Annie convention at Lexington, July 12th. Johnson, both ol Beaver Dam, came Our Milliner will be with us until to Hartford late Sunday afternoon to July 1st. See her for Hats before she get married and when County Clerk leaves. Carson & Co. Ragland Informed them that he could The population of our town Is rap- - not issue a marriage license on SunIdly increasing. The latest addition day the young couple patiently awaitla a girl In the family ol Attorney Ed ed the tolling of the midnight bell, Davidson. after which the ceremony was beautiKirs. Warren Hlnes, of Owensboro, fully performed by Judge Miller and who has been visiting relatives In the wedding party Immediately left this county the past week, went home for Beaver Dam. Dlscovorod by a Woman, Another great discovery has been made, and that too, by a lady in this Its country. "Disease fastened clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood Its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and seemed imminent. For three months ahe coughed Incessantly, and could not aleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle ol Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she slept all night; and with two bottles, has been absolutely cured. Her name Is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes W. C. Hamnlck & Co., of Shelby N. C. Trial bottles free at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. Regu- lar size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. JmodS SaUabWiU Tor durobllltv, srvle and all the fine points In snoemohlng and fitting. YOU Our Gooda and Our JPrioga Are doing: That's the Kind We Sell Tho ore made The DROWN SHOE CO., the Dlggest ond Best Shoe Builders In the Country, and the stand behind their producr. n ojBEST STYLES. VALUES. tot competition In the Shoe line this season. $3.00 Invested with us In this pair or Shoes buvs more service, foot comfort and style than vou cart get for on equal uiiKxjiu wrs punc cue. This is a cut ot our Bumble Bee Shoo, regular 84.00 Shoe, our price 83.00. We stand back of this Shoe with another pair for every pair that spection of this Shoo. turns out bad. price for thcafeoveShoe Faultless In rdoney in town. Maoe by The style and finish. Made by The Brown Shoe Co the best Brown Shoe Co St. Louis, who shoe builders. turn out nothing: but the best, The Queen Bee is a regular 83.00 This is a regular 85.00 Shoe, our Vici Kid, our price 82. Every pair price 83.50 same guarantee on this guaranteed to give satisfaction or Shoe as the others. Remember we are Wo ask a close in money refunded. the only house in Hartford whero $2.00 Buys the Shoe shown above, the Best for the up vitluoa. b our JEJO lK Wo'ro linmmorlng down prfoos and- - driving tf0L Good buyers investigate before buying, and that means that we tell thera. Wednesday We carWhy? becauM we buy right We have no burdensome expenses. Owing to the prevalence of small ry the biggest stock. We have the lowest prices. pox the colored people of Ohio county will have "no emancipation celeWe Ginseng-- . bration this year. Wool wantyour Eggs.your Chlckens.your Feathers, and Hiram Pike, of near Cromwell, was brought here by Deputy Sheriff R. B. Martin Sunday morning and lodged in jail, charged with shooting at without wounding one Virgil Trail. Pike Fair &. Co., Prop'rs. We Want ls- to Call Your Attention To the fact that we have now on hand a large and well selected stock of -f- Indies', Men's H" Neil's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. tsj jVUsses Shoes, As we do not wish to carry any of these Goods over, in fact wo are rather overstocked, we will for the j 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-date 8. Levy & Co., Bdar Ky:-Hartford Republican, FRIDAY, JUNE 30. Goto Weaterfield & Miller's lor treat meats, lard, bacon and chickens; Mr. O. B. Likens was very alck the first of the week, but Is able to be out t Wfc LOCAL TUSK Mb No .. it J 9 c 4 When in need of Smoke Stacks, Grate Bars, Inspirators, Governors, US, Leal freight HiOSa.in. Brass goods, etc., call on McIIenry Co., & Machine Mr. Asbury Bryant, a farmer, llv Manufacturing tKUIti uUi'. Fail Mall, 4a lOilTa. in. lical rrelahl tf log near Rosine, la aeiiously ill of McIIeniy, Ky. dysentery. w. raanaa Ring methods in the Democratic Messrs. John D Oliver and B B convention here two weeks ago should Come to the convention Monday, Finley, Baizetowa, called at this be an Inducement to every Republican Tuesday. In the county to come out Monday potatoes at Carson Pros. Late seed Mr. M. D. Maddox, ot near Small, and give the Demmles a lesson la a ' Dress Linen 7c to 20c at Carson & boase, made ua an appreciated call people's conventlou. Co'. Lin-e- n Wednesday, Remember the precinct conventions See Cat son & Co. for Strawand Mrs. Lee Canon, Rosine, U visiting In the Hartford Magisterial district Hats. . Mrs, M. S., afternoon for the purpose Mr. II. P. Taylor la on the alck list her parents, Mr. and of selecting delegates to district conthis week. this week. vention here Monday to nominate a Mrs. Dr. A. F. Stanley, of Hop Field's 'bus meets all trains at M. Bar candidate for Magistrate. klnavllle, Is visiting Mrs. C. Beaver Datn. nett this week. Durlnir the electric storm last Fri Hcaviln la on the alck Mrs. M. L. Mr. John R Pulpps la the proud day night lightning struck a tree list hla week. father of a bouncing baby boy, born about ten feet from Mr. R. K. Bean's Mr, Fred Long, of Beaver Dsm, was Friday, residence at Sulphur Springs. The June 23d. In Hartford Tuesday. tree was riven into splinters and the Luster Coats lor lean meu aud fat family waa severely shocked, MIssBetleRowe,' ot Greenville, Is to 50. Prices men sizes from 34 visiting relatives la Haitfotd. CABsott & Co. Taylor Carter, a colored man living from 50c to $j 50. out In Haytl, lost his stable by fire Farming Implements of all kinds, Miss FaunleBatnes.of Beaver Dam, Monday morning. Fortunately Mr. for sale by Henry Field & Sou. la visiting her sister, Mrs. Shelby Carter's horses were out in the lot at Mr. R. K. Bean.of Sulphur Springs, Taylor.thls week. the time. About ten dollars worth rf Wednesday. went to Owensboro Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Field, South bay waa burned. It is thought a fire Mr. Ssm Bishop, ol Centertown, Carrolltou, visited friends and rela- bug did the work. tives in town this week. us a pleasant call Tuesday. The Ohio County Fair Company Is and Miss HCBe Renof South Miss Lucy Master Carlisle making moat extensive preparation week. s the guest of the family ot der are on the alck list this ana arranging for the best fair ever Prof. O. M. Shultz this week, held in the county. There will be Men' Oalorda $1 25 to $1 00. CabSOM & Co. We still have good line of ladles three days of the fair, Sept. 28, 29 and from 50c to $. Jo, See our 30 Read about It, think about It, Mr. T, S, Tinman, ol Centertown, Oxforda Hue before buying, talk about it and prepire to come, Carson &'Co, among our callers Wednesday. was i. o. n. n. TAHLK-nEAV- again. DAM. and Trail had had some previous difficulty and Saturday evening while Trail was passing through a field Pike fired at him with a double barrel shotgun, aud Trail sought the pros Mr. Red Harper, of Bowling Green, lection of the law and had the offender and Miss Zetta Hocker, of Lei tch Geld, brought to jail. spent Wednesday In Hartfotd the Mr. Harry Taylor Is the owner ot a guests of relatives. very harmless looking wajklng cane Mr. W. B. Render was overheated which besides having an Interesting last week while stacking wheat. He history is easily converted into a danwas vcjy alck for a few days, but Is gerous weapon. The cane was pre sented to Mr. Taylor by Capt. J. G. able to be out again. Keown, aud was wrung from the Mr. Guy Williams, who has been hands of Col. Laradcz, a Spanish offiIn the employ of the Hoplcinsville cer in the famous charge up San Juan Steam Laundry for the past year.wlll hill. There is affixed to the head of come home Monday. the cane a polished blade of the finest Mr. J. W. Ford went to Charleston, steel about 22 inches long which fits Mo., last week to attend the bedside into a hollow groove in the stafTand ot his sister, Mrs. Eliza. Ogllvie, who when so adjusted the cane looks in died Sunday morning. nocent enough, but when withdrawn At the Hartford House: Tom Hill, It becomes a powerful and dangerous weapon. Bvansvllle; Wilbur T. Hltt, Indianapolis; Jas. Glllim, Louisville; Ed "The sticking qualities of the mad Montague, Owensboro. stone is Illustrated in tut family ol Best aud cheapest lot ol Saddles Mr. George Ketcham, atuerchant, out ever brought to Hartford. All kinds at the Cross Roads. Last summer of buggy harness In stock at the very Johnnie, a fourteen year old sou of Mr, Ketcham was bitten by a mad lowest price. Hkbns & ItKR. dog. The wound was in the palm of Mr. F. L. Felix and family went to the right hand and when a small mad Louisville Sunday, where Mrs. Felix atone about three Inches square was and children will visit relatives. Mr. applied, It adhered readily, In fact so Felix goes on to Virginia to attend to much so that it could never be gotten some legal business. loose and la now thoroughly Inbedded Field & Son have secured an extra In Johnnie's hand. The boy has be atable and now have ample room to come accustomed to the situation and accommodate all their customers. in fact finds the stone quite a convenThe politest attention and the best of ience In many Instances. Besides whetting his razor and breaking nuta feed for your horses. with it the stone is a convenient a Likens & Ross have just received weapon with which Johnnie makes all car load of the famous Blrdsell Wagons. the other boys In the neighborhood Having bought them before the ad stand around. vance they will sell this lot at the G.A. R. Mooting. former prices. Call early. Mra. Dr. J. H. White and son, Samuel, of Charleston, Mo,, arrived Wednesday morning to visit the family of Capt. S. K. Cox. At our regnlar meeting next Saturday, July 1, the question will come up is to the quickest and the best way to notlly our comrades In case of the death ot one of our members. We are scattered over a distance of about ten mllea around the country, and It has been a difficult matter to get up a to attend services. The quorum ' comrades will please attend, V. A. Cakson, Commander. 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. J. H. Williams. tu. WASH O OODS. Scotch Lawns go in this sale at 10 yards for 39c. Dimities, worth 7c, our price 5c Keown-Morto- n. Extra fine and extra wide Dimities, The Republican of to day heralds would be cheap at 10c, our price OJc. French Organdies go in this sale at to the many friends of the contracting parties the announcement of the mar 10c, 13Jc, 15c and 18c, worth 15c, riage of Capt. Jno, G. Keown to Miss 18c, -- 5o and 35c. Bertie Morton. The rites of matri10-BED SPREADS, mony will be solemnized at the M. E. 4 White Church, In Hartford, July 12th, at 8:30 Bed Spreads, hemmed and ready for p, m., Lieut. Oscar Bishop and Miss use, worth 75c, our price 55c. Extra Mable Hocker attendants. The an- fine 10-- 4 Spread, would be cheap at nouncements of the nnlon of the pop- 81, our price 85c the best Spread on ular young people brings no surprise earth ior the money. Regular 81.35 to their friends. It waa long aud Spread, sale price 98c. longingly looked for. Capt.'Keown is one of our distin LADIES SHOES. Ladies' Don guished young soldier boys who fifteen gola Kid Shoe, would be cheap at months ego left home and loved ones to do battle for the flag aud to help 81.00, our price 75c. "Our Marv," a to bear the tidings of liberty to oppressed Cuba. He Is a wide awake, energetic, ambitious young man who Children's Good Ribbed is universally esteemed and admired Hose, prlco 5c. f by friends and associates. Mon's Good Hoavy Sox, f Miss Morton, daughter of Judge and ' 5o Per Pair. f Mrs. Jno. P. Morton, Is one of Hartford's charming and most winsome ladles. The bride and groom alike enter upon the matrimonial sea with a bright and Inviting future bearing the best wishes of a host of friends. DOMESTIC Good heavy yard-wi- de regular 81.25 Dongola Kid Shoe, our Sheeting, would be cheap at 5c, price 81.00 per pair, A full line of Ladies' Fine Shoes from 75c to 83.50 our price 3 jc. Extra heavy yard-widSheeting, worth GJc, our price 5c, per pair. e v'v'v4 these Shoes can be bought. Good yard-wid- e Bleached Cotton, Turkey Red worth GJc, our price 4 jc. Extra good 54 inches wide.our price 15c per yard. yard wide soft finished, would be cheap Extra quality Red Plaid, worth 40c, at 7jc, our price 5c. Better grades CO inch German at GJc, GJc and 7Jc our competitors our price 25c. Bleached Table Linen, would bo cheap ask 7c, 8Jc and lOo per yard. at 50c, sale price 39c. Special values Good new Spring Style Dress Prints at 49c, 50c and 65c, go in this sale at 3jc. TABLE LINENS, good solid HEN'S SHOES-Ue-n's leather Shoe, would be cheap at 81.25, sale price 81.00 per pair. Extra fine quality, worth 81.50, our price 81.25. Our men's Traveler Shoe, would lie cheap at 82.00, our price 81.50. Ask to see our other grades. EMBROIDERIES and LACES. Manufactured lengths, 4J yards, each at GJc and 7Jc, worth 10c and 12Jc. Extra wide, worth 12Jc and 15c, our price lOo and 12Jc. Laces from 15o dozen yards up. f R. T. COLLINS 9 f Children's school 1 ill hand-- F kerchiefs 1c each. r 1 ieirtfordjly. frlext Ooor to Ohio niuo . . ,nn rino K n wwu- .- 0bVtVaVkV'B-t- l (o.S.n. A Notlco. All parties having claims or debts against the estate of Jont B. Wilson, deceased, ate hereby notified to present same for payment to the undersigned administrator of said estate on or be1800, or fore the 1st day of Aueust. such claims will be forever barred. This June 28, 1899. John L. wilsom, Adra'r, 1 Jont B. Wilson's estate. T Car Constipation TorTr, Taka Cucarsta Candy Cathartic. 10 or tSo. It C C C. tall to cur, druf gl.ta refund money. m He Fooled tho Surgoon. with rheumatism, give a trial. It Chamberlain's Pain-Balwill not not cost you a cent If It does no good. One application wilt relieve the pain,, It also cuies sprains and bruises in oneNthird the time required by any other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites, qulnsey, pains In the side and chest, glandular and other swellings are quickly cured by applying It Every bottle waranted. Price, as and 50 cts. Z. Wayne Grlf. m. fin. m If troubled Master Commissioner's H. L. Sale. containing 190 leasehold Ohio Circuit Cocet, Kbhtccky. Koltinsky vs Ckbr-CoalCo. & others, Pl'fls, r AtcDertsJ Byvlitueofa judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, 1899, In the above styled case for the sum of: i6.oowlthinterestfromDec tst,i894 Panther. 451.05 110.58 160.33 118 30 " All doctors told Renlck Hamllton.ol West Jefferson, 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula. he would die unless a costly operation waa performed; but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucken's Arnica Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth, and the best Salve In the World, 2s cents a box. Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. EU . " aa. Am. Mll o:SOp.i. Mail ana. r.i Every Republican In Ohio county should turn out to the convention here Monday. aiP:- xara. Acit. of-fi- . Rag-lan- d, Notlooto Crodltors. All persons having claims against the estate of Wm, Martin, deceased, are notified to present the same prop- erly proven as required by law belore me at my home on the Wm. Martin farm, on or before the first day of August, 1899, or they will be barred, A. L. Mastin. Executor of Wm. Mai tin. 5t Nursing Moffatrs know hnw If weakens and how this affects the baby. All such mothers need Senti's Emulsion, helves them strength and makes the baby's food richer and more abundant. We. dread hot weather. They jve W-le- Car-rollt- on, and II All druouts. Aug. 17th, 680 " " April 13th, ot 221.90 We have just received a carload " April 14th, " Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and 121 90 " May 10th, " 67 27 to be had and Drills of the best make "July 22nd, are prepared to save you money on 323 29 all kinds of machinery. Call and see 26281 " "Jan. 1st, us before buying. Agents for Mc " Mar. a6th, ' 265 81 cormick's, the King or harvesting Th Ileal lrecrlpllon for Chill " Sept. 5tb, " 471.23 Is a bottle of Grove's Tast machinery. and Fever Henry Field & Son. to cure: And $223.83 cost herein, I will less Chill Tonic. Never falls then why experiment with Torthlees for sale by public auction at the court l'rtce, 50c. Imitations Extreme Nervousness. house door in Hartford, Kentucky, on From Monday the 3rd day of July, 1899, 11" N"1 KM H'" MHP about 1 o'clock p m., upon a credit Burs tis A of 9, 12 and 18 months, except the personal property, which will be sold . 4 on a credit of three months, the folTho'TB" Have It. lowing described property, to wit; Beginning at & stake two poles from the Those ;in favor of bringing their wool and taking their rolls home with center of the main track of the Owensthem, wilt please make It known by boro, Falls of Rough & Green River saying "I." Contrary, "No." The railroad on the east line between liar get your "I's" have it, ao come and din and Steve Mooiej thence S. 81 f rolls and be quick about It. 12 8 4 10 to a stake same distance I. V Ford & Co. 50 from said railroad; thence parallel Aside from the serious Inconvens with same east 16 poles to a stake; ience and pain caused by piles, there thence S. 11 W. 34 poles to a stake; Is a tendency to fistula and to cancer Piles should thence N. 86 W. to a stake In the In the rectal regions. no one rented eta contain th not be allowed to run on unchecked. THAT neceutrr to cur all disus- Steve Moore line, 24 4 ' poles; thence Tabler's Buckeye Pile OIntmeqt is an es, U a fact veil known to eierjon. N 1 1 E. to the beginning, containing Infallible remedy. Price. 50 cts. a Dr. lilies' Sytttm of Rutoratlra Esmedls Williams, m consists of mtso dlstlnctlrly dlffrnt 5 1 10 acres. bottle, tubes 75c J.H. preparations, each for IU own purpose. Lot No. a, bounded as, follows: BeMrs. L. O. Bramltr, 17 Ilsorr St., St. Cat, ginning at the southeast corner of lot The Courier is Democratic from, cir-rI sufcumference to center, but It would rints, Ontario, ltesi "For years annoyNo. 3, on which the Thompson Coal under no circumstances as stated fered front eitrem nerTonsneaa and ing constipation, dereloplns Into palpitation above support Mr. Goebel, and there and weakness of tlie bsart. IwasunabUto Tipple Is situated and two poles Irom are hundreds who are of the same sleep, suffered much from headache, pain la the said railroad running parrallel mind. Warren County Courier. my left tide, palpitation and a constant with sameN, 87.K E 13 poles' to feellnf of weakness and prostration. I btjan Dean's line; thence with his line S 4 Last fait I sprained my left hip uslnf Pr. Miles' Nettlne, Heart Cur and a stake; thence S 87 uhll handlltiir some heavv boxes. Kerr and Llrer Pills and the ofu pala W. 38 poles to of said paroiysms The doctor I called on said at first it 1111 to roller sudden felt much ImproTed W. 13 poles to a stake, corner andbeadech. I soon was a alight strain and would soon be and lb pains and ache and weartnes left lot Ho. 2; thence with said lot No 4 well, but It grew worse ana me uoctor me, 1 then took Dr. Miles' ttcttoraU? n 39 poles to the beginning, containthen said I had theumsttsm. It con Toulo and am now restored to my former ing three acres. I COUld food health." llnnnl In crrnW VCnTiC and Also the 1ascbold from M. J. HarDr. Vlllst' Uemedles hardly get around to work. . I weqt to din to M. S, Thompson upon a tract an sold by all drap a dru atore ana me muggm MMm 31 of land on the waters of Panther creek lists under a mened me to try Chambeilaia's Pali guarantee, SrstposlUr bottle In Ohio county, Kentucky, bounded U.IT T t,lA It and nna.half ot a CO benefit or money reby the land of the lima Coal Com. me entirely. I now funded. Book on cent bottle cured ! pany, the Owensboro, Falls of Bough recommend It to all ray menus. heart and KL 1 islth 6 Gieen River railroad Company, Itabcock, Krle. Pa. It for sle by nerreefre. Address, and George Bush and m. lud. Cried Hardin Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Pit. mUSS UKDlOAIjOa, For relief and comfoit In Asthma Coussen's Honey ot Tar haa no equal. Price 35 and 50c. J. II. Williams, m 500.50 " " " " "April 28th, "July 9th, " My 2$h, " May i8tb, " July 36th, 1899 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 offer acres more or less. conveys the right to Said mine or remove all coal, Iron, stone, oil, salt or other mineral or vols clay, atife substances contained In orundr said lands and la for a period ut fifty years from April 6th, 1894, and Is tbe) same conveyed to It. S. Thompson by M.J. Hardin by lease oi record In Ohio County Clerk's office. Also the following described personal property, One gray mnle named "nnlly," one red mule named "Isaac," one red mule named "Tom Stout," one bay mule named "Dave," one red mule named "Ned," one bay aule named "Ned," one mouse colored mnle named "Dutch," one black mule named "Nan," one black mule named "Tom," or sufficient thereof to produce the sums oi money ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved atcur-it- y Immediately after sale. This 16th day of June, 1899. Master Commissioner. Glunn & Rinco, Attorneys. Rowan Holbrook, OASTOIIIA. saj a A a-- -- . QmlyKmmwm what Materia- " sjros-thls naK erar'IssfldlsUMUr nUlatercassI. h e net kaaw lb or plir bt jronU ah(0thnith U terrlbU patleatljr borne, wkLk e onr faltlse; at th whits, pelalsl or Trreavlw from rob her ol beeety, boo and nappl-seYet tola taffetlnf really is arl(, McELREE'S flfalW We U. WWewS Antl-Pal- ira. i-- K This BtcUcbM will banish cure all " female dUeaeee " quickly and permanently. It dott away with humiliating physical examination. The treatment assy be Ukn at home. Thera la not cos. tlnual sjzpenM and trouble. Tba sufferer u cured and itajrt am J, Wis of CardulU becoming the) leading remedy for all trouble ol this etas. It cost but ft fromaay draggiet. For advice la catc raqWriaff TiTrTr. Ci, Th Chattanooga Medjcla Chattanooca. Tea. .iaJzz: TTrrzrii' mN 1 UHll 1IU41-'- T- wn w--. - JO-h- art, 4 pr S4 a&Fffi1. jrfa J . .- ..y.. r-- .., r I . T , i mt ih i Imi'i wnuft ii'in .. enemies he. bnd made. But If Hardin were to attempt to dictate as Ooe-b- el Mob Ends by Bronklng Into does," he continued. ' I would MHiHTT5iiwmwiwwiHmitmwwawtimffninwwmumtMww.'J 'iij Stroot Car Barns Aftor repudiate him, also. Non-UniMon. "All I ask Is fairness. I want the sovereign voter of Kentucky who i The rioters in sympathy with the street car strikers have made a wild caats his vote, to have it count'd by fair and Impartial persons not by For Infanta and Children. day ol it, and at a late hour a big mob surrounded the south Side those In control ol the machinery of a barns ol the company, threatening party. "I condemn the wcret ballot and and jeering at the nonunion employ, demard that the question of its .iboli-tio- n ees who are housed there. be submitted to the voters lor There were twenty policemen at the ANtCclnblcPrcparal'ionfor barns, but they were powerless to their action. I favor the amendment ihcToodflndllcgula-lin- g handte the mob. Fences were torn nf the constitution to do away with the Stomachs nniBawm c down and the crowd broke into the the present system. As John Randolph said, it is good (or only two barns. In the mean time the non union men had escaped to the atti-- , things, to keep the people lrom excr pressing their wishes and to make Eromotes"Digcslion,Chcctrul-ressarrfrat.ContoInsndlhAnd the rioters contented themselves political liara ol men. with smashing a few ol the cars. "I am also opposed to the Goebel By that time several wagon-load- s 3iium.Morpb.ine norlfincraL of police had arrived and the mub was law. It the Republicans can defeat us by a fair, honest vote, I say let dispersed. Mm arcunrswazansa The rioters wete more than usually them have It You can say as much bloodthirsty and adopted a as you please and you can talk as AUJam much as you please but you can never Jti.tr. a new method in attacking indorse it man whose election was motormen and conductors. A car on the scoville line statted stolen with high handed robbery. "Nobody but a thief ever tried to Iiiai.ii downtown empty. At Wilson avenue ffm one man got on, and at every cross rob nn honest man of hit vote," con AtjcrfecHlcmcdv for Consu'M- ing thereafter one or two more men tinuedCapt Sweeney excitedly, "and lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrtota, boarded the car until there were ten tbe man who steals your vote will Worms .Oortvulsions.rcvensiV steal J bur purse. passengers. ncss and Loss OF Sleep. "Now, my friends, if the time When Harry C Clark, tbe conducfcacSirrile Signature of 111 find me tor, wis taking up fares, one ot the comes for a bolt, you n men gave him a piece. As ready. But we will stay in the contak-e- n, . Clark started to make charge he was vention halt till the last ballot Is fighting to the last against ring struck on the head from behind by a coupling pin in the hands of another rule and bossism." At the conclusion of Capt. Sweeof the passengers. Several of the men then jumped on ney's speech, Circuit Clerk R. B. the conductor and pound him into in- Settle, of Hardin comity, oflcrrd the arrest by the New York authorities. CITVai TMC fccNTAUK MHMNT. MCW Educate Tour llowola VNih Caaearrta. sensibility. Others attacked the un- following resolution: Candy Caibartle, cur conltlpatlca foreter, The fortune that the boy possesses is Resolved, That we demand ot the 10c JJo. I! C. C. C. fall, drujjuu refund moaay. conscious. revertible to the nunt upon his death, . m temporary chairman ol the DemocratThe members of the special which it is charged furnishes the moDr. Osmond Summers. appointed by the City Council ic convention fair and impartial rnl tive for the Alleged abduction. that a settlement of ings, tint an honest expression ol the The following poem was found up- believe The police of New York, Boston, members ol the convention may be Portland and Montieal have been nos on the table of Dr. Osmond Summers, the strike is in sight. The commit ARK RUNNING A with representatives of obtained. Major Surgeon in charge of the yel tee met tlfied to be on the watch for the par"We ate opposed to the resort to fever ty. The father and bis attorney be low death hospital at Santiago, after the strikers and the officers of the the methods of Czar Reed in a Demoby suicide. Dr. Summers company. The strikers' committee his lteve that tbe object is to take the was a famous fever expert in the emsubmitted a proposition in writlng.iu cratic convention and we demand that young man out of the country. It Is ploy of the United States governwhich the demand for the recognition the temporary chairman order a call stated that upon 3'oung Chase attain, ment. ot the counties upon any and all of the union is abandoned, PRRDIDI VITUM VALE MUNDUM. ing his majority the father's guardianGood-nlgold world good-by- e to President Everett offered to submit "questions upon request of any dele ship ceased and that the father was gate." all your joys, pas- taking him to Lafayette for the pur--, Your sorrows, pleasures, passions, the matter to the company's directors Judge Jim Montgomery, of Eliza and to give the men an answer at n pose of blmselt being continued as pomps and noise. bethtown, suggested that it would ala. m. his guardian by order of the probate I leave for the eternal silence of the stars; Four hundred employees of the so be a good idea to request that the court. Cleveland special to the New The deafness of unbounded space, Cleveland Foundry Company struck vote on majority reports of commitNICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES York world. where bars because the company refused tees should not be taken before the GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE No longer hold the soul In durance to discharge one of its foremen who minority ones are read. Tho appotlto of a Goat vile; Mr. Settle spoke in favor ot his' reshad ridden on a Big Consolidated Where naught can wound and notholution denouncing Mr. Redwine for ing can defile; car. Is envied by all poor dyspeptics trying to override the will ol the conwhose Stomach and Liver are out ot Where purel spirit shall despise the things Domocrats Donounco Goobol vention. The tesolutiou was adopted such should know that The sense on earth hath loved. order. All and Coobollsm. and it was agreed that a copy of it be Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won On wings bathed in the ether of etersent to Chairman Redwlne. nity derful Stomach and Liver Remedy, Democrats from all over the State Robert Harding, ol Danville told of How sweet to feel from every passion joined in denunciation of tbe infas gives a splendid appetite.sound dlges- his treatment at the convention yeslree intlon and a regular bodily habit that And yet it is an awful leap to mous GoebeS bill at the mass meeting takel sures perfect health and great energy. Into the great unknown perchance to at Beck's hall on Jefferson street, be. terday when he was refused a healing although he held the proxy ol a delewake j tween First and Second stieets, yes uniy 25 cents at any mug store. a To greater woes, Indeed, than those terday afternoon. Delegates to the gate. "I believe I can say to you," we have, he explained, when he took tbe platEvery one who is at all familiar convention representing the people ol with the personnel of a printing of- And hoped to bury in the silent the State applauded vigorously every form, "that I have no political ambigrave. tion to gratify nor is there any office fice, knows that it always contains a But shot fired at the Kenton man's elecstill the great majority is there. "devil." So strong language may be Why should we, then, turn pale with tion measure. The admission by to which I aspire or to which I expected to ask my fellow Democrats to fear, used on requisite occasions very prop these representatives of the party of elect me. I do ask, however, erly. That is, if a person became Or tremble when the hour supreme the bill's nefariousness, may prevent the representativeS'of the people that who has very tired while at work he might As soon come, its indorsement in the platform. toil in the fields should have a lair or late it must? Is to secure this that I with propriety say, "Oh my, I am as Man's final home Many of those present are so bitterly hearing and it tired as the "devil." Ex. The grave at least gives rest from opposed to it that tbey will net sup- am working. Continuing, Mr. Harding said: troubles here, And we may hope for sweet oblivion port any man on a platform indorsing "Fellow Democrats, back to that Glorious Nows Music Hall you muit go; and let no the bill. there, Comes lrom Dr. D. D. Cargile, of Then Charon, come, I signal thee toWhen Hon. R. E. Puryear, of Tay- man say that this is a bolting convention. night. Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four lor county, mounted the platform at ''Upon the selection ol an avallab'e bottles of Electric Bitters has cuted Come row me o'er the Styx, I've o'clock there were possibly 350 candidate, your success in November lost life's fight. Osmond. supporters of Hardin nnd a sprink. will depend. And that momnt fair ling of other Democrats, here to at. play Is throttled and the machine rules in the Democratic convention, tend the State Democratic couventlon, your patty wlllbegln to disintegrate " gathered in the hall. Mr. Puryear apt ly relerred to the meeting as a "spirit uallstlc seance," as It had been called "by the spirit ol fair play." He claimed that it was not in the interest "Moth mr wire and mraalrbaT bean BouaeA the tor B pld liver, and cure of any candidate, but that its object nalns CAHOAHUT3 and tbr are the twit we houae. Last biliousness, alck 1 licadache, Jaundice, was to secure fair play for all in the medicine wilebare- arer bad In tna headache (or waa (nulla with week my twortajs. aha tried aomoot yourCASCAKKTS, nausea, Indlgeaf tlon, etc They are Inand tbey rellered the pain fa her bead almoet valuable to prevent a cold or break up a convention. Immediately. We botn recommend Oaaeareta." Hon. Thomas W. Slmms, of Washfever. Mild, gentle, certain, tbey are worthy Cms. STicaroHu. Iltuburg Sate & IX posit Co., PHUtmrr. Fa. your confidence. Purely vegetable, tbey ington county, was selected as chairran be taken by children or delicate women. Price, 25c. at all medicine dealers or by mall man and made an inflammatory speech CANDY ot C. I. Hood dt Co., Lowell, Mats. A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania, condemning the arbitrary rulings of WMnAMIIli Chairman Redwlne in the convention. ' had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very He would not submit to "machine" obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons methods and he hoped his fellow Democrats who were assembled with him Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses 'ii9.iim.nm would not countenance them either. BBVaaUAliaa them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending ..Is Hit... Plesiant. Palatabla, Potent. Taste rjofld. Do Charles N. Nelson, ot Hardin county, Good, m Barer sir ken, Weaken, or Orli. 10c. Be, KM. Economical Writing Machine. was selected as secretary of the meet ( Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ing and in his speech ot acceptance IKrllM Inwa, Cane', taluta, Ha.lr.al, In Tart, III Consbwtti on tdmttfic principkt ml the house for future use. Am forty years old. stated that he was there to oppose Ufl.Tn.Bin Bo'd and rnaranuad br all drag. ef jtmplt furls, II Is Iht most dmtbtt sl.tato Uatlu h michlmmjtjt. Rtpjitr tills in redact J k centralization ot power. Those presA tw ityiapacktt MnUliJnr m Ihtmbtmam. Ills tUBtstVtht Writer. aartaa airin Tiirua !o t pap IW (without r.0 la furnliitiim B cent jlA.ua war awn 4ru w uavawvu win th. mi IM INVrBBO Ul ent applauded vigorously. eartouai (in tabula,) mqu to tb kirixi Csiuoax. bad b mail by Madintf fort AA far Art Cijiyeo tait, No.iit)pni had of rrooan, nibi ttirtXo.tpan, for M B. Gray, of Grant county, pro f ajpuu mj imm mDrm,iifw uts or a HJuri oairtoa(TuruirLuiwiUlMBt ur r Mat, uuui MnJ ftfftiiw m a Uajtvof AND a4 hatfcjr tu Smith Premier Typewriter Company, tested against allowing "machine" 421 Walnut St, , CinolnnatI, O. 215 5th St. Louiavillo, Ky methods to prevail in the convention. SEND US "Shall we bow to a party boss?" it Urmjiiu icai ijikkH rinu owjam. kjfrkhic u. i..MbMtto queried he The question was ansU at yourncarort frvlut uHt, ltwUtttM. Youea.ioiau.lua roprtntaled, oqufcltoonruii that lullf you Audit aiactljr wered by a loud shout of N A" from rttail tl t?b.(H u tluu.ou, Uirnateava.u routTtr Mwand Have ( utiur uttuibrruuAUTerMMKi That's what It cost America Us! years Doman bi niorv roon-- raj many persons in the hall. Mr Gray is Itufrelirbt twain Mr optcM V day a tTtrprlec. S3l79a lo keep alive a disease that Is making J IrMitiiiw,ur llo.ll, ai.dfrtif;fatcbnre. Commonwealth's Attorney ot Grant strong men weak, and weak men dead. . M Hi..75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE tSLffS I IrsI FlourcsaDDjIllna? Yes. but the flnan. j flft brUes taara In Goebel's own Otxtrict In 41 K . krikn. We come In haste.notsomuch on ac- county ""ZlfL km offer mode avirrrt.iuiRUiLiifcuiwilTEaT tlal lost aon't conpiro wllh the loss! THE ACME QUEEN Uoomut tho speaking HKBinht thr Kentuu buss and count of a pressing engagement with lUlfcll UtrM.U rr kki From tli llluatralioniuowQ, whli U cl vital pov.tr. Tht ever present man I iro.rraTMj dlrctrrviuttiototfrftU,70Ut4nfuriUBoiQlJftvflU you ns from the fact that we had no bis measure, be said: with restless eyes, twitching moulh,; luiiiui K(iroc. aiaa itm iia qntrMwra ak.tuil.juflQUh,ban(UumtrlyUnorftltdfuiUor!iameiiUcL moving feet and icdicco tainted turn ; cow catcher on behind. Now that we "I know Iiim mtthorfs and the slimy UtMt IHWUklylt. Till ltagiHSU4fft-UlnchftiJ,fhtells the story. Don't you think it's lia4.bwluBtf, kllnclMMwUla towl lnbi Mi)ouitda. are here let us remind you of the fact creatures who do his biddings. Whxt U aUilf. afuLloii bliviMt lriliiL time lo quit quit quick! quit naturally j iJMkitma, StlwtU. laUtU. Cra, Bm lpUr, TnkU that I being done in this convention is n By taking iMlcr, pltptM rti a4 Ti tUt t OaUit Iwiliri. II, 4 bu Urthtitrftl Tw4 Vru40rBa THEO. E. RECHTIN -KM4ri rtgatllf kw, IRlri1lhirbM Mlv4Uf sample of bis woik nil over the State. iNO-TO-BAH4a, I tkkrU4lf bVUHitlU.. Has on hand at tbe present time, tbe Twenty five years go chairman tut tl lilikliatJWvbtHwtkUUktaMKtWa. Uf of tniflU4.MMrrUflr.lUl. HlllACUKgi CI Mao. rcauliles tolccco usl.ia. In ViaStr- bert assortment of lumbers that can be UcncontUtvf Iht eclehral4lfllKMibubBrtDi a few days all Oeslra Is gone, jcur ap. i um4 la lb Krmda luatmiuaaUi Dtt4 rltb ) found anywhere While we think of a Democratic convention wa Mir as a atao aaJ bull felt i. tuiUr peine is liciior, your sijoa i; nutuica, vt tbi Ul rot be r Clutii, l! luatbera, $tv bllo judge, but to day nil lairnesa is gone it, let us give you a few pointers on It Is truly your nti .it u'W s!f flnrj. In Talvea. IJlft bfellot tutk nd flnMl lualbr ACMK ll KIN la MrnUtitd with a Kill UvI4 would tall I did not think Kentucky .... ludlhen, yit! run no n ,1LI l.l.l V..nnk I.I tu- otodarn udimy wai aa Inpruf ffincui, ftrtU frN i .ul. till, ler you CM I 1 so low as 1 cringe to the Urh ot such mm iw ktMiqu imuhum ka ttilUk4. tit your own OURAHTEEO Z TEARS. J.'.KT.. He buys In large quantities and In that way can get the very lowest price, a man." ! Imum wrliUn Uul)ui( aoVar tfuaranta, tjtba We do not want to make It all and we are willing to divide with you Capt W A Sweeney, of Mill, ;DRUaGlST'S GUAJWITEE. itnua ao4 ooaJltloof of blv If any prl tf lia cut We want your trade and will name you prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, county, who wnsdifculrd l r tempor Xvtty druKkUt IrituthoHxttl totoU Flooring, Ceiling, Weathetboardlng, etc , j Uiii,r r.tiv-."- c ary clutlriimn by Judrfe ltrdwtne mide turn- - ever) furinuX tUMCwO uaio?. I OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED IBIS! DimP2LU(GAiai'lSlLV ftm l Our written utj'J uuruii.'M. frioe,nii'liiof ech dmnuncinK, the G a icd-hhut dtalt witb bi ak yuur itaitrbbur aboot wrlta i9ukliilrulU'tl IXm't noToI!j0 For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire house be) ua puuuaar of ibia i er or Htrotoiitaa HaUonal Tobaccjf-.n- l ant BuwU) jvv .Up bill He llktd O .eoel i isiiu ly, IlAU. orOurn KirbAi M.I. liMik, Chlc.d Qt or ihrmui CiebtD.Il.&1r.)fwTorki cotiitay 1. CltalQ.uWt b. m,I..I .1 .... .100,000.00, oa upr .our. oo. of U or any rlrou or aiprM. pattern. :& m.Wu.w rK'iK,fit bwlMH L1m.i la Urn.l but ue cou.il not ecu fiiince uny UkUM. w .01. of Burl l.M p.opl I. ar uu Ulldlot. tl ItU. onatM It (It. 00 ..4 .,1 ruiut, (IIMX e 1.11120. to ..it ri i rim N 'Vfinili ?( He tktssr'Ur),t,rai4 .ajaltttta4Wav l Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, Evansvllle, Ind. such measure as he D.,',wZ, SEARS, ROEBUCK A, CO, (lc), Full... loved Hardin for the stated that he A(ut far (be lletl Faleul I'lualora. and ler Calalocur. d - CASTOR CSTDRi The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of jrQtvi ( w Jft' The flfi Kind You Have jrew voric. Always Bought. CASTORIA Mrs. Orewir of scrotals, which had caused her gttat suffering- lor years. Terrible sores would break out on her FRIDAY, JUNW 30 head and fact, and the .best doctors could give no help; but her cure is LONG CHASE FOR CHASE, complete and her helth Is excellent." HEIR TO $600,000. This shows what thousands have proved, that Electric Bitters is the Ho Is Said to Havo Boon Ab- - best blood purifier known. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, duotod from Dotrolt by His Aunt and Two Mon. salt rheum, ulcers, Bolls and running ores. It stimulates liver, kidneys Moses Fowler Chase, aged twenty and bowels, expels poisons, helps dl one, an alleged mental incompetent, gestion, builds up the strength. Only reputed to be worth $600,000, It Is 50 cents. Sold by J. H. Williams, charged, was abducted from the Ho Druggist. Guaranteed. tel Cadillac last Sunday night. He What a congressman learns during had been a patient at a sanitarium In Flint and was on his way to his home his first term he doesn't always tell In Lafayette, Ind., accompanied by a when seeking a second. nurse and his lather, Frederick Chase, If the predisposition to worms in a lawyer. When the father aad son children is not cured they may bearrived here the young man's aunt come emaciated, weakly and in danger White's Cream Vermet them at the depot and hurried of convulsions. mifuge is the most successful and the youth to the Cadillac. popular remedy. Price 25 eta. J. II. The father was unsuspicious of any Williams. m. unlawful intent. Sunday night a One of tbedelegatea who was evN carriage drove up to the hotel, and young Chase was taken to the Cleve- dently in no angelic humor went into land boat, which, in the company of a restaurant yesterday to find susteno his aunt and two unknown men, he auce for the inner man. "What kind boarded. The father learned this just of meat will you have?" asked the In time to send a private detective on waiter as the delegate ordered his board the same boat. On reaching meal. "Just bring me the worst Cleveland the party took a train for you've got," was the reply. "I don't Cincinnati. From there they went want anything but bad meat and east to Albany, N. Y , where the prU pizen whisky. I feel like I wanted vate detective that the father had ems to eat a tarantula. I want to be mean. ployed to watch them lust sight of the I don't wan't to be good. I want to train myself up in proper shape to party. participate in this caused convenExtraditions papers were made out in anticipation of the patty's tion." Post. M&rtfor-- ReUblidan. Clovoland'a Day of Riot. tl on t Ring in the new Ring out the fain Ring in the true " We btlng to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway "Ring out the oh. 1 01 DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey y, S fl I non-uni- Zf Nature's mast natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out; the rated t the microbe-bearin- g tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed cause of that membranes are healed and soothed so that then is no Inclination to cough. BOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUCQISTB Dottlaa Only. 2Bo., 6O0. and $1.00 SIsm BE SURE YOU GET ntuir Dr. Bell's PiHi-Tar-Kllorr HtlTaqalrkaDdxTmaiwntMW ta grip a wrtlMeoagha ItmAkro AM 6S YEARS OLD. and Dom sard equal 10 llr. IMIt aojt ttronf.-M- ra. mk I bdtr. rrduali. It A. ItMcalto, ForSalobyZ WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. android. so-ce- nt .aVSsa " iVllVffiliiii to-d- ay com-mltt- HENRY FIELD & SON To and from Beaver Dam. to-d- ay TRANSFER LINE A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. ht, vmeai- -HtrffT Phen you go to Arkansas or Texas. you can travel In comfort If you know how. Ask the ticket agent tor a ticket via the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The chairs are arranged so you can hate a comfortable seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car Is supplied ith a ladles' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You wilt not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections are made at Cotton Celt (unctions with trains for all parts ot Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far Vest. If rou are thlnldae ol taking; a trip, write awl irll u. where rnu areKofor and when rou will lea, and we will tell yu h..w much your llck.t will coal what I rain to take ao aa to make ltr teat time and connection., and aniUuna elae wc ran that uill hclD make your trip a comlottaklc one An lutrrr.llnic little liooklct. A TRIP TKXAS ' will be nulled (ice la any addtrta. W. A. AlcQUOWN, US to-d- ay 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. ftIU? OK. f rop'rs. TraTelhur l'aenk-e- r At ent, UamUa tUf., LOl'ISV 1U.K. KY. E. V. LaHHAUMR. Ccn'l (43) liuT ami TkL Agent. ST LOUS. MO. at .uawiaa.nM.itai...niUMiMiu.ToratMi SIBJSCT TU ailllWTlul, r ... .aIMlla I fctl raairjjjj o l aa to riarirlLt aimrtrroat, kmui ml atraaaaitta, , C3 OlAMtlT BAIaila HI till IXJJHH TIT aniU.iTlta.MM ,.r u. n(H ari UUK SftUIAU Hlll.tlJll.llU aad (rtujkl charcaa, tela Ua(l.Maral wlta araar. ? l3aBJMVBtsanBjr'Av ITk. " r"S!i'?,21S WE ME THIS TOP BJJGQY . SSJg-SEND ONE DOLLAR raaJanTco.2 aifafafafaB n. aaaaasaBB flu -- r .HA- - It ..bar Hlaa fcn Martk ;aw SIS. SO It til tHeiU MIC1 Tvajl'ii w niu,iaut.t w,..fM"A.uMiIa,u.uu.Mtl""l'iBfc MAKC tratl. Thla warn rt rM rcT CtTUMtx Hitaarrti UtTOanCaft. vs aarr,a'a Tf, S4aaM,lMJlj 0i4a Mtfl..afl IUaU aUa aad bark aartalaa, raUhcOaaraa-1HrarU Unrd. f xra.lt aarlWMban7rlkSkayBIaak,OMjrarBerwa OHDER OKI TOaDAT. YOU vixm YOU CAM maajutvi a n...... . lllo.tr.bJ. e lmwitar IUI Bar. Ill w'i&qs.w.rasL' m aVr Zvnjv. VtAi3ixUa - f 4 Address, SEARS, ROEIUCK it iua CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. svifcuu lilnvj 83S.90 Tr rwMTW.Ufli.lM4 iwni ukivat OXJJl a.! Baal aarnlM. iBwt rHUDlLLS HEAD ACHE LOUISVILLE, IIKNDEUSON & ST. LOUIS HAILWAY COMPANY Union Depot, Hcvenlta A Hirer. Ticket Oilier, aaa Fourth Ave, XZ1XB XXT HTECT, IXAXaCXT 1st, lOOO. Louiavillo to St. Louis & West. St. Louis to Louiavillo & East. No 44. No. 45. No. No. 46. Leave Louisville 7:45a m 7:56a m S:J5P n Leave St Louis 8:55P u ' Mt.Vernoa " Oyvensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm " Henderson 11:45pm 12:55am " Evansvllle a:2op m 2:45a m " Evausville .1:15am 1:25am " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10a tn " Owensboro " Mt.Vernou, 111 344pm 4:00am Arrive St Louis- - 7:jip m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45p m 7:30a in aLOTJiaV.ll.T.Tj TO No. 41 No. 43 . No. 45 8:35p m Leave Louisville 4:5op m 7:45a m 8:o4p m ' Ilawesville. . . . 10:43a m HioUpm 12158pm " Owensboro, . . . 11140am 0:05 p m " Henderson. . . . I2:45p m io:itp m 12:55a m Arrive Evansvllle . . . i:isp m io:4op m 1:25am 4. W t I I The Smith Premier Typewriter I 3SV.aJ6Torv-xxa.3- 3 torefr-ro- BBfVlBiraBnlrfiai J ONE DOLLAR id BURNED CHEWED No. 44 No. 42 No. 46 , 6:50a m 2S20p UI Leave Evansvllle . 2:45a m 11 . 7:15a ui 2!46p iu Henderson . 3110a m " Owensboro . . 8;i5 m 344p m 4:00a m . 9:13a 111 Hawesvllle . 4:4up m 4:50a m . m Arrive Louisville . 7:45P n 7:30a m All train ruts lliroaxli aalld ta Evanavlllr. Tlironsjh t'arlor fara nnil Pall. man tllerper on all train to KvanaTllla and Ht. Loala. Hstiuber 41 IS and 4S connect at Irrln(loa lor rurdavllla Jk llardluabura;dall. TO C f ! hwt-l- -- , ITm ,! 1 T 1 IWI 11 li !. !!. llaaa-- U--t .t W lH Ilmutr U lllood zSRt JJ "M total." S600,0D0,O00. I VOOf Itrta fr lathi IWMI w v u rBTia tans . vaajBniBa vaiiM klg M MIlIU HaVtrhUMlbsnMlIu savii SU. Utf. Utl THI, iaki.TMT matJiii iou kvia lutno or, $ ! ikMsunumrh&Ki skit. lUCU(lUallaa) U SEND NO MONEY Tlm k mtn..i ua ,'i. ,.,'jz1$? Wk4 CsaV 1 - lu1 lll lllMlaill. fcruu bnOP PE31T. sTpM laaialsaklu falaU i'j Ti z: ... 00 ftll tmllt iaMHWdltl laa ". " - n, nz" iz -:r":T t Prlq fnii;kiiMtOur SptoUlUskr And rrtisrni cuftruaa. Thai Offr Kaiu'aia $15.50 nina laVtMiuuusikMth rriiitlil will ftrtr 71 mqu for MUb N0mM. OIVK IT THRKE li-MONT lift TRIAL la lonr own hom, al you mn not s.tunMi, n mii any willralilria yuur Bth fnAot r ur KaVkatBl at sLtll. aiU - II.4ML. - ir. til Ul raER C. 11 ! ItrXUtamnU, udcriuij Mhiaat multr Tftlioiw WHi Tarlou ladue.Ttnv.au. 4 $tm Mm4 U UIiim RIUAlLt AD WHO Alt! lOT. "11-11- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS KTUlt CABINET BURDXOK RIIDniPl hu 9rt'T I0DIII VRAM hrg m 'm1! nutu, with Ur U Vf IVrROTIIBIT. slAUIa m$ I irwrrcfg vl THEO. E. RECHTIN. RBOHTIKT, nun-nt- '. -. 1 11 ihBh (uisaiariuic maikiiv "fllElVa (DJm'tf ku...-u-..i- ot TJEIDESO- E3. . rtWiC7li!r0iMTlLt' I)ep, flrtv-cilu- IBi vnj -TUUHMI MAUKIIIN AMriMVA. lUUH ilIJwIlJJk.latlAl.lJlAI fiffv! SOUP QUARTER SAWED OAK gKSSS f 'AN I ruxo roumf ktt. on lUiiilrllnaow tHawbliaei cloi47lbaav4iUop rrom iisoil io Dt urn . 4f with full Unjrth tetsU u Nswr uu. bumfor rMwtnr.u 4 Must?r m anil , Ulosl l$t)i BSBvevtsjv era btd la ifausajasvu, wtnwwmwt taaaaaj ihibu, 1 dieoriM eavbliitl svljuiubl nickel drawer pulln, rU on4 cu Bsawasm tn, btvit (Mtrtnfr flnllittln4t trt&ll. .ran uln) Prima iron tiuiJ. Mt Un ! im mmtf. potltU futtriaolloa ImO, If taMxul,B(T lbral ntBhutU,tuioatiei tw if a wladr, adlatttvU beuinr. paUnf liberator, lmprfi) 1om wo4MLadlaaUbU rrur fool. lmtrosd fauttl ffuartl, haad ! bAniUotualv iUtMraf4 carrier, at&l ittvadla bar, tkstantj WtuMiriib ndrastMtit4 wtniTsnf. THTwrivrrn. fe GUAR ANTCIO Ml JrtiVl4 ItartetNlMlrHBltUsi as mp ta4s. Iwry uiMitaMi U rnia ) Instruction Book tail) j tut nowinTomcanniuii atvi aoetuifjrf lain or an v Biaiiol laacy won a liua I aJB flliiyiKU UUAaaAillKII U IWaet Wl IU WT9TJ DMaJH! AtUIII JfU&$W$ffim -- J ii w) L" !!? CASCAREVSS&aSllIB iiibbs sK'.Jte.uJ.ea u ssail( anra vaaarBBB a . Addrett, SEARS, ROtEBUCK aii ( CO. lno.) Chicago, vtaasiuitaj ui (Vliat,J.prforl , III. 'Jl A root. wiil)4ut pln or da.f.r A.COHN SmIt, r(fctlir ktrniUia. Ho. bui, At 4ru.l.u or b mill. OIAMT CO OOO Corn Cure n.mov.o Sure rrr tk. oofaond Ut Cb.rrr It., PHU. Clean tlooJ mriin a clean akin, No bvauty without it. L'ucarcti, Candy Catliar tie clean your blood and keep it clean, b) uml iliivlu, all im itirrinc ui tlxlaiy nurltiva (tom tli body, Hrfin to day to taiil.li iiiinplet, Loili, Lloulua, Llackbtadt, and tliat akkly bilioua ioui)!iioii y taking t'aicarcta, beauty lor ten cent. All drug ,'i.ti, aatiafactioii guaranteed, 10c,S3,90c. lir If It falls to cure go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. Wo will refund to him. Price 50 cts. VAN VLEET - MANSFIF LD MUI CH.. Ulfl Proarlrtw, MEMPHIS, TENN. I