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Tkars called a habit It's dltme, and In all this world Ihire It but ons gusnuilssd curs, NO-TO-BA- n day altar ) Millions el JUnsrlcs's Ies4 thitr nerves llh lobaccv, until C. Orsr on million bom said hi two years! 300.000 cured. Isllt ft story ol greet merit. af ervs-mM- f, rHwrMviiaiiry n wsm rt gain ol ten pound Manj ten. under btearitfa. MkrjR le--d rf rwr UMMSrS WiliXTEE. CrerrdnigrctatlsanthorlMd tossll under abcolute nuaiantce to cure every form of tobacco aalns, purjrrltun guarantee, f reo unplt of and booklet catleo "Ilon't Vobsoco Spit and Bmoko Your Life Away," maliM for ths atklng. IrilK UTMtMNU ItKilFhF CO , ss CA8CARBLT8winWn,oiliS !.h.luk1Ii. DROPSY many tkou&nd Inta railed HkTiienrvd aaODrleaM. Chlcaro. MontreaXOiu- i- NewYock. lflIHIWMMHWWHiHlr.lMnTI1HIMIIH 11 CUtXDwIlta fR)tbl nf all yin(itoni rtmot sjt at lcvt t nl TMtltnonlalt and Til DATS treatment Ua, DEH, H.OUEH'I S0X9. llox Kt Atlanta, fr. rufi no nuc nni i in MI lk9 ll.ra. kWkajr4 kKl tlMM lUIK.aiy lrUaltUOIBUbJaTtlttO.Wtllslllwa. aUWSj l at f rHgii Sfsur and If fsstind piKl If HltllUMr lh faVlt Its .wAM .CTggj. "J fcs ball ;oa r mw r Iveanl fatal jSRWi" rKciiis L SI3.0Q m U tilt 1 i I V 11 LP Um tb II Mi aaw ! VTHITr niRfll'K 111 I STIIBH MDl wiiftfir 0TOVC CATALOG ad frtttftti ehArifM TbU itov U ! No. I, oto I UHtUtll. tonUiUlli ttttulf) IroMtifilplirlnia, citra Urv Hut, coftn. Utt4 lUtrttTst an4 duor, luiiulMjtuf Urtr tin vMlft tv4 trliumlPKM, itru ornamflnUlloo fil drp, ntntJlc tuarftsk rrUlatll4 rMrMlr, h4iM l K4 ), and tutu UrvaorrtstoittttcdttiM. mtklmt II furaUb tut an titn wool f UUlisaiKA UlSDmiUiUllTLi; ftl iMlvestUrMf. vary tioTa ana aafi da tiory l j nr rail ruaditatloa. Vor lncal(laaUrwtfulilcl.arTtf y ulOU toT, tb a frtlyhi la only aWnt fU lor lur auoh 6fy bjr hsjon ii, rrt ruaiu Ca 8EAH9,ROEBUdKACO.(UCCi:AC0,UL (ftaaf. Bmm4H ara elitu0nill.iMiaMiaibui aiu.(Ml An lr aXrM(iU rM!..ntMf ) A h : " corn and th. th. pain or tf.ngtr Knlra, nwtMtlr hamU.a, 19c a boa. Al druyiltu or br null, n.raoTM ut Corn Cure ApCOKN Sure OIAHT CHBMIOAt, CO., ,M0 Ch.rry FafU, It. t M waali. Xmm. Writ. JOHN wWDtXaVaa 5W '' ? M" ow aaa hh m hn pimj.ua aaiawwun. waawa. Wanted-- An - ".. lat.f Proual root Mttil tkar may aria ar uo.7l-.M-- Idea - Waa ava tatok ct tun toiiaiaoir on H,ial.aa-,j M.A ". lr ondWklskar turad at hom. SS II. M with out Mta Book or tlaul.ra tout rRafct "aVIU Ul KurUi I'lyur SI MboLLtV Co. ods pursued in our late convention ankles and hurt spirlt,but all are now DESERTED CITY IN ONTARIO. FROM A STONE MANAGER. A DEMOCRATIC VIEW OF THE this policy was overwhelmingly reALL HAPPY IN THE END. were highly honorable. jected. The people happy in the extreme. New York GOEBEL TICKET. of that State beat him by 200,000 maWhen the convention assembled the Brldgowator Without An InGeorgetown, June 30. To tbeDls-- j "Now, my dear Franz, let us get Dally News. jority. Will our people display an back to vast msjolty ol the people ol Kentucky habitant to Admire Its the old subject, the lovely This is the first convention which felt kindly more than that, felt patch: Will you kindly allow me the high a sense of Democracy's Now Organ. honor? Of course Gretchen. Splondor. use of your columns for an explnnnJ It has become plain to me has met In Kentucky to nominate a warmly to Capt. Stone. Wm MAMfVMfHlalat tm flfuikallaN wu Ills gaU tlon to my personal friends. Theft most of those who seek office will cry you do not love her any more than . u - MMMlM.j l. v.w vWs4Knu.w iU sjwraitw AM State ticket since the division ol the lantry aa a soldier, the pathetic evi" their acquisition of two papers, both I n ", know that for months I was the eartW out to stand by the nominee, no mat- yonr pipe." ,S " dMMted t0Wn party; and it furnishes an object les" BridK' dences of which be bore on his crip-- , est advocate of the claims bl Capq ter how the nomination was secured, dally. Bill Haldeman has at last forced I Dt" "That is considerable," said Franz son oi the character, value and inwater, which is built entirely ot man. but surely the people who only do the pled person; his kindness as a man Henry Watterson to recognize him as fluence of those Democrats who felt it and neighbor, his pleasant and cor- Stone for the Democratic nomination' voting and who do not want or expect ble. About 25 years ago a farmer's "Yes, but it won't do. Now, let us the controlling force in the Couriers for Governor; that I went to the Loutheir duty to stand by the old faith dial manners, his genial address, wife was searching in the woods for a talk as man to man. You love her office, will not consent to this great Journal, and has carried it into the and maintain the ancient principles made him a respected and popular isville convention to serve his inter crime against manhood and free gov- but for the sake of money she will Goebel camp. In our opinion it will pig that had strayed away. In a parol the Democratic party. The State citizen. All parties liked him, and estsand that before that convention ernment ticularly dense part oi the forest she bring you, which would be $1,000, stay there only until the defeat Of and the party can look upon this con- his nomination would have healed ended I was working in Gen, Hardin's'1 found a cold spring of crytl water, We have fallen upon perilous times with which you would set yourself up Goebel, when Haldeman and Wattervention as some evidence ot tbe ca- many breaches and been followed by behalf. Prizing above all things the! indeed. The Courier-Journa- l, loug in the turning business. Her father son can resume their financial connec- and stopped to drink from it As she pacity of tbe leaders to govern with a kindly, courteous and friendly cam- respect of my friends, I want them to cherished by many as the representadid so she slipped on a round stone favors you and dislikes me. Now, as tion with sound money Democracy. decency, with good temper and sub- paign, and his election would have know the reasons that controlled me. tive of our and fell into the water. Attracted by tared by the money is the idea, I will give you, They have betrayed every party and When I reached Louisville I was mission to law; of the loss or gain of been certain. Ills defeat is perhaps hope ot the pUbitcptlng and other hard cash in hand, $1,500 to take every leader that ever trusted them. the peculiar color of the stone, she fished it ont and took; it home. Intbe party by the exclusion ot the universally accepted as just that he Informed by Capt. Stone that her had patronage that will come to'it'thfbugh yourself out ojf theway." L.The Courier Journal preached and be made a combination with Mr. Goebel. sound money Democrats front the deserved what be received. He put vestigation showed it to be a 20 pound Now it happened, is frequeutlylfae Goebel's triumph, has become tbe betrayed free silver. It praised and I asked him the extent ol the combi-counsels of the party. This conven himself in the hands of Incompetent nation and was Informed that it was avowed champion of fraud, force and cue, that tbe fair Gretchen liked the trayed Cleveland. It fawned on and nugget of almost pare gold. tlon and the proceedings of the Senate and not overly scrupulous tricksters the tallderncta duplicity, while it holds its peculiar better looking man of the two,despite wrecked Carlisle. It insisted on Hind-man- 's 'Withirslx-raonth- a during the Senatorial election are of and got tricked, and became the tffi to organize the convention and that champion before the young men of his spice of gayciy. Her father, how had blossomed into the thriving tows nomination, and then deserted of Bridgewater, with 5,000 inhabitant. the same character; the same violence, cient tool of stronger, smarter and wherever there was a contest tbe Kentucky as an example for them to ever, was so dead set against him that him. In its news columns It gave tbe same disregard for the tights of more unscrupulous men. His nomi- Hardin delegates were to be turned imitate. God help tht state if our It was impossible ior him to visit her Goebel all the assistance could com- There were old forty niners from the it Pacific slope, amateurs from Great others, the same open contempt for nation was assured if he only dealt out ol the convention. The statement that two men seek- young men yield tosuchlnlamous ad- openly, and so the two had recourse mand, and to increase that service Britain law and order. For four days Mr. fairly with his friends, his supporters and the United States, prosWatterson denounced the Goebel elecing the high office of Governor of a vice and consent to follow such an ex- to stratagem. Goehel sat in the chair of the Senate and his opponents. He deserted his once justly proud commonwealth had ample. They met in the dead of night out tion law in unmeasured terms. Now pectors from every field. Shafts and 4 nod violated every rnle of parliament true friends, he sacrificed hem to the tunnels were driven by the hundreds. As a citizen and a Democrat I shall of the sound of the snores of her hon it halls Goebel as a veritable Moses, In the tary law, ever dictate of honesty, and demand ot bis real foe and turned the deliberately entered into such a corns not be deterred by tbe boast of the orable father. She was sinking of a shaft a mile south shocked at the who Is to lead the national organizapact to deprive the people of their defied the law and the rights of his convention over to Mr. Goebel. He machlnenen that they will steal the ease with which Franz let her go, and tion out oi the wilderness into the of tbe town, on a claim ol B. Flint, of fellow Senators, l'or six days Judge elected Judge Redwine; he selected representation was so astoudding that election, no matter bow the people Belleville, who is now k mmber of after pondering upon it, she became promised land. Redwine has copied the conduct of the Committee of Credentials; he ap- I could scarcely credit the information. vote. I never scratched a Democratic afraid the Canadian Senate, a vein of white that there was some little farce to inform It is a miserable story throughout marble Mr. Goebel. Mr. Bronston was then proved and adopted the report ot thst My first impression was was discovered. At tbe sugticket in my llfe.nevervoted for a In the transaction, and sure enough, ot greed and professional debauchery, now he is one committee, and he was the first vic Capt Stone that I could no longer be the ally of Mr. I realize that if the Dem three days afterward, dnring which and a most humlllatlne spectacle: gestion of Flint, who wacted little nr his friend, but a moment's reflection of the victim of this system ot using tim. nothing for the material, the town of Watterson writing under orders from convinced me that it would be better ocratic party does not hold in its ranks her father had growled at the non-aI power unlawfully, ol trampling upon He retires from public life under to wait and see if their compact could sufficient honest vitality to punish pearance ot the lover, she startled her Bill Haldeman and no longer master Bridgewater was bullcof solid marble. the tights of others. Mr. Goebel is the saddest circumstances; and he It has even to this day a courthouse, not be broken. I labored incessantly and rebuke this great wrong and save friend Carl by whispering in his ear of the journal. Here is an article on rewarded bv a nomination lor Govt will be led at the chariot wheel ot tbe to that rnd.and on Thursday night at the State from the threatened danger, that she was sure both she and her this situation from the Lexington schcol, church, hotel, stores and priernor: the reward of Judge Redwine victois. Betrayed, cheated and midnight had the pleasure of seeing it ought to perish. To help rebuke father were to remove irom theclty.as Herald, which simply expresses the vate dwellings constructed wholly of Is in the womb ol the future. this material. slaughtered, will he have the man- Capt. Stone get Into a carriage and that wrong and save for the future she had witnessed many strange views of the press of Kentucky While the town was booming the The nomination ol Mr. Goebel was hood to denounce the treachery which our party I intend to vote for the Re movements which could not be ac"The first province of a newspaper drive to the Gait house to notify Mr. not enexnected by the State and the betrayed him, is to print the truth.uncolored by bias entire country around was prospected. Goebel that his (Stone's) friends would publican condldate for Governor this counted for in any other way. Some of the shafts and tunnels were closeness ol the vote by which he was Gen.- - Hardin also passes out ol pub"Hum, hum," thought that shrewd or partisanship. The Louisville Cour not sustain such an agreement and fall, and I appeal to tbe conservative, declared the nominee demonstrates lic life. He wss honestly opposed to the intelligent and the honest man. young man, "this will not do. Try ier Jonrnal and the Louisville Times, driven more than a hundred feet in that their contract was at an end. depth,but, remarkable as it may seem, the lact that he was rejected by the the Goebel election bill, to the school hood of our State to do the same and This condition oi affairs continued make the majority too big to steal, to bewail Franz for a day or two, and both owned by the Haldemans, color there was never enough gold found to Democratic party at the primaries, bill and to the McChord report to favor Goebel. As every perhaps yonr father will tell you." pay the cost of a single mine in the lie receives the declaration of nomi- bill, and if he had not been believed until 3 o'clock Friday afternoon,when and by perlect organization make It Capt. Stone went to the convention dangerous It worked well. The- lather was at newspapers they have proven them- district. by atoten votes votes delibnation to be against these measures he would to attempt to steal it selves false and untrustworthy, howi. first a trifle suspicions, but being The place where the original nugerately fliched by tbe Committee oi not have had a ghost of a chance; but hall where the committee on credenYours, W. C. Owens. ever successful they may be as organs finally convinced by his fair daughget was found was christened "AladCcdentials and seated by the combU he did not have tbe political courage tials was in session. I was talking of Mr. Goebel and defenders of Jndge din's Cave," and the land iu its vicinnation between him and poor Stone. to openly say this. He permitted, If with Capt. Stone when some one ap- SpontaGood Farm Doctoring. ter's prolonged misery, whispered this Redwine. in her ear: If the delegates actually sent to the he did not influence, his friends on proached and toldhim Mr. Goebel "Though every report iu the news ity sold at fabulous prices. One far Mr. A. N. Noell of Ashervllle, "Don't be alarmed, my love. I am columns ot mer, whose farm adjoined the cave, convention had been permitted to the Committee of Resolutions to ap- wanted to see him. He ileft me and both the Courier-Journvote he would have been defeated prove a platform which contains en- went to where Mr, Goebel was stand- Kansas, says he spent a good farm glad you are awaking to the merits of and tbe Times has been colored to aid sold five acres for $100,000 cash. The He is therefore not the nominee of dorsement of the measures he disap ing in the dark under the stairway. doctoring himself for chronic diar- this estimable young man. He is Mr. Goebel, there has not been a line syndicate spent another $100,000 in Five minutes later he returned and rhoea, but got no relief and was afraid not far tiff, only a hundred miles or developing the claim, but never obthe Democratic party; his bomlnatlon proved. said: "Mr. Goebel says that if I will that he must die. He chanced to get so, and we will go to him. It is nec- in the editorial columns of the lormer tained an ounce of free gold. An aged is not binding on any honest DemoIt waa the custom of the greeks to in regard to the convention in Louiscrat; his title to tbe nomination in have their noblest artist illustrated by carry out our original agreement he hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's essary that he should be hid for the ville. Tbe Courier was once great Irishman at Bridgewater. Patrick a will nominate, me in the morning. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy present, on account of the vengeance Keough, received an offer of $125,000 precisely the title a horse thief has to some great painting the loftiest acts Can IafTordtorefusethenomlnation?" and was permanently cured by it. of some rascals whom he ruined, but paper, it had opinions and dared ex for his farm, which consisted of a huna stolen horse. We pnt this simply of their heroes and Statesmen. The press them; its editorials gave it repbarren land. because on this point there can be Egyptians tried to rob Time of his I immediately told him that if he pur For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & he can not ;et on without you, and utation and prestige. Now it seems dred acres of rn chased the nomination at such price Bro. you may marry the dear boy as soon Hc refused the offer, holding out for neither doubt, confusion nor uncer- power ot destruction by pictorial reas you choose ; and, to tell the truth, that its editors are mere puppets who $150,000, which he never got y tainty. And this will be pointed ont liefs on pyramids. In imitation of the people ought to beat him at the dance or keep silent as young Will Tho Hawaiian Islands. we have arranged to have the ceremo any one could buy the property for $1 as the canvass these ancient customs the victors at polls by 50,000 majority. I said to with absolute clearness Haldeman directs. It left the Bryan ny performed at the third station from an acre. progresses. Democrats may vote for Louisville will employ some artist to him also, if Mr. Goebel has made such They are twelve in number, and this city by a friend of mine, who will Democracy and supported Palmer and Within a couple of years it became Mr. Goebel in preference to the nomi paint the triumph of Goebel; the ex- a promise he has no idea of keeping it; have a total area of 6,677 Buckncr; it professed to support Capt. miles. get aboard el the train at that point, so apparent to all that mining in Bridge-watnee ol tbe Republican party, or be- act moment and scene selected is that he is only endeavoring to get you to They are Hindman, and on the eve of election miles west oi Mexico 3,500 that when you arrive home you will would never pay, and the proa-- , cause they do not know what other described by the historian of tbe vie tie yonr hands this afternoon that he and 2,700 miles southwest of San be his wife. We shall travel in one day deserted him and those who had pectora and citizens departed, may cut your throat in the morning, leaving course to pursue; but no Democrat tors the Courier-Journas follows: believed in it; it is now engaged iu a Stone replied: "I can't believe that Francisco, Hawaii is the largest of the cars, so that we can vote for him under tbe excuse "Mr. Goebel was then escorted to disgraceful and disreputable attempt the marble town to settle down to a with an area of 4,000 sq. ml., Kanal that he is the regular nominee of the the front amid tumultuous applause, he is so unscrupulous as that." Then 640, and Oahu 500. All the Islands may have a compartment, all to our- to force Mr. Goebel upon the Demo futureless desolation. I said, tie your hands now and be selves, and in peace." party. and while waiting for silence, stand are of volcanic origin and Hawaii has cratic party, ana tnrougn its news Carl stared at this new evidence of columns falsifies the daily reports of An Epidemic of Diarrhoea. ingside by side with Senator Black- convinced to morrow. It is needless two active volcanoes. The cntiie The platform is in no sense Demto say that he was thoroughly con the fallibility of mankind. ocraticit is pure Goebellsm; and no burn, Hph Llllard shouted: 'God vinced before the next morning had group is mountainous. Mr. A. Sanders, writing from actual happeniugs.' "He tried to cheat me cut of my Democrat Is under any obligations to bless you both. " Grove, Flo., gays there ha We doubt if the latest "flop" will The Hawaiian islands were discovgone by, but it was too late he was Goebel and BlacVbnrn with arms support that platform. We do not ered by Gaetano, a Spaniard, in 1542 $1,500, did he? Well, then, we'll see in the been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea the Courier-Journin Mr. Goebel's power, who simply mean to say that Mr. Goebel believes intertwined, the superb and pious Capt Cook visited the island in 1778 li we can't do some cheating on our confidence of any faction of the party. there.'1 He had a severe attack and laughed at him for his credulity. Mr. Llllard, with hands extended and in the principles enunciated. and again in 1779 when he was killed. own account." It is too well known and too thorough- was cured by four doses of ChamberWhen Capt. Stone informed me that Goebel was a Bound money man! a eyes to heaven, Judge Redwine in Since Cook's visit the population has The time came; the goods and chat- ly hated. Goebel boa no personal fol- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea follower of Carlisle, Cleveland and the Immediate background, with tears he would carry out his agreement greatly decreased. Cook estimated a tels of the tobacco merchant were lowing; he is a mere slave driver.and Remedy. He says he also recom that school of Democrats. He was ol joy; John Rhea, OUle James and with Goebel, I notified him that our population of 400,000. In 1832 the packed, and in the darkness ot the the Courier-Journwill find that he mended it to others and they say it is elected to the Senate as such; In 1895 John B. Thompson kneeling for for-- , relations were at an end. That agree- first census was taken making the night he smoked his parting pipe, can not restore its lost subscribers. the best medicine they ever usi. For and in 1896, until after the primaries giveness In the front; Bronston on a ment was carried out by the combined number 120,313. In 1890 the popu- sitting on a corded box containing his Goebellsm may triumph for a season, sale by Z.Wayne Griffin & Bro. w in Kentucky, he was supposed to be a chair, with arms in the air and mouth votes of Stone and Goebel, every conlation was 89,990; the native numbered wardrobe, while Gretchen, pale and but the Courier-Journis doomed for XdacaUYcar Mowelt VfMh eutanta, sound money Democrat. What ore wide open, trying to retract some- test was decided in their favor except 34426; Chinese, 15,301 Japanese, 1kalta s.aa.ai shlvering.sat beside him, holding her its own unpardonable sins. Post. vbiiuj jakass(iva vvia wvum s ym, wm iwmvat lOo.tSc I(ac.C.rall.aruestrt(iindaaaay. his present views we do not pretend thing uttered some moments before; two where tbe steal was so palpable Portuguese, 8,602; U. S., 9,128. satchel and looking anxiously at her If the man who worries will only to know. Out in State matters the Stone on crutches walking down the and outrageous that some ol their own The remainder were natives of other forefinger, on which as yet uo ring A Frightful Blunder peep over the fence he will see others platform cotnmltts the patty to meas- aisle on his return homeward, and forces revolted them to forego their nations or ot mixed origin. had appeared. delegates with burdens far heavier to bear. Will olten cause a horrible Burn, and it Hardin folding up the chro'mool Har- purpose. More than 150 ures which are Climate, effected by locality. Tbe Meanwhile, strange things were goArto Goebel were turned out of the average temperature adopted would would be ruinous to din, Bryan and Blackburn, would at Honolulu be- ing on a few miles out of town. The Most every fellow thinks his load the Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's beheavier, but take a look at the other nica Salve, the best la the world, will ,the State. This platform was the form a historic painting as impres-sive-- ts convention or refused admission ing about 75 degrees. Rainfall varvirtuous Franz walked out of his fruit of the conspiracy between Goo that of the electorial corneals-sio- n, cause of this agreement, and their iable. Soil fertile and well adapted lodgings and proceeded to the depot, poor devils striving to eek out an ex kill the pain and promptly heal it places filled with men, most ot whom Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, stance and you will change your or of Washington's farewell to bel and Stone, and did not represent to agriculture. Sugar ii the chief chuckling. He was in his normal mind. Next time you think you are Cures were ready to do his bidding. The Bolls, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erupthe opinions of the convention, and his Generals. product. Wool, tallow, hides, rice condition, half intoxicated. having the hardest time which ever tions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only And underneath may well be put combination put in tbe chair a man and bananas are exported. we do not believe that one third of peep at the befell At a dark part of the way he was countrymortal man,man andinyou will 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold who was willing to do anything bis newspaper tbe Democrats of Kentucky endorse tbe phrase, "God bless you both; par jumped upon by a strong fellow, who conclude at once that you are In clover. by J. H. Williams, DruggK who would submit those measures. At the primaries noblle fratrum.1' Col. W. C. P. master told him, took him up bodily and carried him to tbe convention no motloq made by Breckinridge in Lexington Herald. to a stable in the tear of some buildthe opposition, allow no appeal from WOICBN IN TROUBLE. Ileapty la lllond Deep. ings, preventing him from crying as any decision, and surrounded by long CItan blood means a clean skin. No The Approach of Motherhood is the he went. Carl took some leather lines of uul'ormed policemen while as Catharbeauty without it. C'aicareta, Candy Remedy for Lynching. Occasion of Much Anxiety to All. straps from a hsrness and bound up tic clem your blood and keep it clean, b many more of the tools ot the city adimEvery woman dreads the ordeal tlrrlnif up the buy liver and driving all the fellow very tight, and bandaged to ministration in citizens' clothing filled The Rev.Charlos H. BoaloSays through which sho must pass in becom- purities from the body, Begin his mouth. ing a" mother. The pain and suffering banlth pimples, boill, blotchti. blackhead., the ball, ready to obey Goebel's, throtit Is Education Alono. which is in store for her is a source of and that aicklybihoua complexion by taking tled tbe convention and lorced it eithfor ten cents. Ail drug"Now we are likely to be even. constant anxiety, fear and dread, to Catcareta, beautyguaranteed, 10c, 25c, 60c. This fearful disease oftea first appears Daenlfe tafilttf In Nka er to nominate Goebel or stay there say nothing of I ho danger which the gists, ulUfactioa m In the Immanuel Congregational You shall stay where you are until MSUIld railllj Bl nlfll M a mere ecratch, a pimple, or lump in ii coming Incidont entails. The joyous all summer, In my judgment from Church, Roxbury, Sunday morning, somebody finds you in the morning breast, too email to attract any 1 anticipations with which she looks forQuadruplets to Mother Aged 16 tbe moment they secured the permaPanan flulI nf To A notice, until, in many cases, tho tbjadly UiSIS will III loll ward to baby's coming gives wsy to an tbe Rev. C, H. Veale, D D preached and I shall go and marry your intend indescribabln dread of the ordeal when , dlaooso ifl fully developod. nent organization and had the entire on "The Remedy ior Lynching." Be- ed wife. It was all found out, and I sho fully realties the critical and trying Combined Weight of the ParCancer can not bo cured by. a police ot Louisville pUced at their neath every man, said he, is the bar- have half a mind to thrash jou on the UUrS rOHM. It LaSt. event which will soon approach and ents, 220 Pounds; of the command, no other result was possioperation, tocauso the disoaso la a virulent have to be endured, barian, and beneath the barbarian Is spot. It was a mean trick you atthroughout tho system, and although Girl Babies, 06 Ounoos. Women should hall with delight a ble, no other nomination would ever the brute, Tbe civilized man seeks tempted to play Internally mean-- but poison in tho blood, circulating remedy which insures to them imtho soro or ulcer known as tho Caucor may bo cut away, tho allowed or announced. lud " we shall be even, my have been indignation, the barbarian seeks re munity from the pain, suffering and poison remains in tho blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with Mr. and Mrs. James Plait, ol Union danger incidental to When the convention adjourned it venge, the brute seeks blood and tbe An hour Ister a train steamed into ronowed yiolenco. Such a remedy is now offered, and Mills, Indiana, are the parents of Tho wonderful success of S. S. S. in curing obstinate, women need not fear longer the hour of quadruplets four girls each weigh" was found that Goebel had placed at demon seeks cruelty. Indignation and tbe station, and a man, with Fracz's blood discuses which were considered incurablo, induced alevv $i childbirth. "Mother's Friend" Is a log twenty-fod the head of your State Central Com- revenge are the work of the individual drunken gait, bis cloak and cap, ounces, born June Bpttlring sufferers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting tho M& sclentltla liniment and It used before ol the chiet actors in a man, and blood and cruelty the woik Into tbe rear compartment, it. 1T....I. .t,.l .l.illr-t- .. a tt O.aiaMaaM u.r.r.!n... mUI,A.a ... connnement, gently and surely prepares 27th. Three of tbe quartet died soon. mittee tine where was the tobacconist and his equal to the disooso and promptly effected a cure. The glad the body for the great requirements The four bid fair to live. Each child bloody mountain feud that disgraced of the mob. and changes It is undergoing, Insures To remedy these outrages weshould daughter and the minister. our State and crimsoned the soil of spread rapidly, and it waa soon demonstrated ssfoty to both mother and child, and measured is Inches in length takes her through the event with comIt was necessary that tbe work beyond doubt that a cure had at lost boon The mother is sixteen years of age, Rowan county with tbe blood ol her suppress these individuals who sre found for tlisadlv Cancer. Evidence has accu parative easo and oomfort. This wonWe should should be done quickly, as tbe miniscitizens. Can anyone doubt Goebel's incapable of derful remedy is praised by every the father thltty. Bsch weighs no purpose to Inaugurate a reign oi terabolish the tramp life. Because of no ter must get out at tbe next station. mulated which ia incontrovertible, of which pounds, and thn children are the first, woman who has used It. tho following is a specimen : What woman is not Interested In to come to tbe couple, ror In the State and make every Dem- work men tramp about, Society must So they stood up, and in a lew mo"Cacoer Is hartditary in our family, my father.) a "Mother's Friend?" This wonderful ocrat bis abject slave? Kentucky Is find something for them to do. livery ments it was completed. stater and an auqt haying; died from this dreadful The bodies ol tbe dead Infants wll remedy has been ttsted and its pricedisease. My fceliacs atay bo imagined when tbe will she do about it? man should be at work, He should less value proven by the experience ot be preserved in alcohol, The Plstt on trial. What The minister and the train came to msaalaa uManranoe on my side. It was thousands of happy mothers who We boast much oi our manhood and be compelled to work. Tbe prison tbe station, tiag inwardly in suoh a way aus hsve used it during the most critical home was visited to day by hundteds our honor and look down on our cold system must be made Utter, We have toaHH'SMM aiafsa. Tha disease seemed beyond th period of woman'a life the approach of cut(asltyse Iters, bis wife aro e Carl and tot tholr treatment did no good kill oi er blooded brethren of the noith with made great progress in this direction andoulmlnatlonbf motherhood. akA rUaiw. nnvlntr wnraA all ftka VDlla "But you are not going to get ont whalA-- tt 'We have .sold many different tbe Idea that they care It has won their averlsitlns Draisa. MB, a, K. mot, for busL in" the North, bnt there is need of Im Nuuj4ou naaedlaa were used for It, but ths Osncor here, Franz," said the father. for it gave them help and liope In cough remedies, but none has given grew rtoeutUy worse, until It seemed that I was doomed ncss thsn lor such things. Will we provement generally. their most trying hour and when follow the other, of the family, for I knowjuw aWlr Cancer la. apacUlly "Yes," replied Carl, "as well here most needed Every woman may soma. better satisfaction than Clumber be able to compare .favorably with Tbe only remedy is for the North when inherited. I was advised to try Swtffa BptoUV (S. ,8. 8.). whfofc, Iron the day need "Mother's Friend." Tb Iain's," says Mr. Charles Holthauer. them after the November election? A' and South to work together in moral as anywhere " hod first day, forced out the poison. I continued Its use until I mo UW tightffa little book, Before Baby 1 Born." Druggist, Newark, N to They went to the bottles, when I was ourVi sound and wall, and haveUd 8, ft.symptoaaao cum All alighted. J. "It is per- ftw years ago when New York was a aad intellectual education. Let us be tolling all about It, and when It should U the csJy aaWatloa, though moay years hv lapsed. fcV used , will prove of great Interest and fectly sale and can be relied upon la close and doubtful State, a Republican practical. We Northern peopl should brilliantly lighted saloon. Carl took dreadful be HriBOtTWlciton, N. 0. for benefit p all expectant mothers, and 11 cases of coughs, colds or lioarsu-nes- s. candidate secure the nomination for lay foundatlous that are good and oil his bat. ""Our book on Cancer, containing othor testimonials anVT taluabU will be sent fros to any address upon Sold byZ. Wayne Griffin &c Governor by fraudulent agencies, but strong ior the uplifting of the black It blew over, All thlags blow over. information, will bo sent froo to any uddreoa by tho Bwifi 8070000 application to the ilradfiold Kcgulato vompany, Atlanta, Franz got $15 damages for bruised Company, Atlanta, Georgia. Bro. m wan. which in comparison with the meth v-.i- ,?' Boaibj 4 p -- book-jobbe- rock-pile- d, To-da- er d al al al 12,-36- 0; , a ' cASTtaniA. CANCER IS DEADLY! child-bearin- deep-seate- d ur stag-gere- . ". . l. H Qtaoer.-'MaaT- a. u. . , jaliMail arrtoaajM---j-- i if Mil iaiiSltia -- j - - .. SaBHaMfriAiirii afi ,1 A.. i tt. .aSa-- i MW. jnMnmwnm !) .IIP' Jfi'Jl Hartford Republican. alliance with tbo Kenton boss, made it possible for Goebel to work his nefarious ichemes and to throttle the luioril r Ittisya by the a ARTronn rcni.iHin.iii iumpakt will of Kentucky Democrats. Incorporated. "Regularly elected and duly accredited Hatdin delegates to the DemoFon Rogers, KDIT-- S3. cratic State convention were unseated Jno H, Thomas, J upou the slightest pretest, or upon no pretext at all, and their seats given lo Offlco on FoxStroot. the Goebel Stone combination. It Subscription, SI per year In advance was a steal pure and'simplo." Democratic Papers on Goobol, Many a Kentucky Democrat will be on the sick list next election day. Dispatch. Armed bullies ready to shoot at his nod must make Bill Goebel feel like old times had come again Post, Strong dtlnk always gets the upper hand, but Red wine got a Whallen at Louisville this week. Central Record. Of the two, J udas Iscarlot was a better man than Goebel, for Judas bung himself after betraying his victim. Breckenridge News. Nearly all the Democrats here will vote the ticket; but some ot them reserve the right to make wry faces before they swallow it. Mayfield Mlrs ror. The Sayings wilt support the tick et with as much grace and good conscience as it can command under the SayHarrodsburg circumstances. at Hartford Entered at the as second class mall matter. post-office FRIDAY, JULY 7. REPUBLICAN TICKET. CATT, rOKHTATl: NENATOR, ST. t. axo'vrjuxizs. FOR KEI'lItlSEMTATIVE. FOB MAMINTHArK. . friend of honest elections and of the election of honest officials should read lion. W. U. Owens' letter on Goebelism in another column. Mr. Owens is a Democrat of unquestioned integrity and was chairman ot the Democratic National Convention in 1892 that nominated Grover Cleve land the third tirao for President and he succeeded W. C. P. Breckinridge in Congress from the seventh district in 1894. Evert Thk Goebel election law is such an unpardonable outrage upon self govA.Ti.T.-naernment and its author such an un scrupulous politician that Democratic Cait. Joun Keown makes an ideal heelers undertake no apology for convention chairman. either, but with a feeling of security born of a blind confidence in the tri Demo TnB probability oi another uroph of a small coterie of political cratic convention to nominate a can assassins over Kentucky manhood, is being seriously didate for Governor frankly boast that it Goebel is not considered. elected be will steal the office for J. H. It. Wedding, It. C. Jarnagin, which he stole nomination. Fred Long and G. M. Barnett made The Republican convention which splendid speeches btfore the conven convenes at Lexington next Wednestion here Monday. day will be the best attended and most The unusual attendance at the con enthusiastic Republican convention vention here Monday attests the pop ever held iu Kentucky. The control ular resentment of Goebelism and the of the Democratic convention at determination of the people to turn it Louisville by political prirates and assassins insures the election of the down in November. ticket nominated at the Lexington says the "real convention next week, and while the The Courier-Journitsiie'Ms the "Democratic party vs. the contest for the the head of the ticket Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co." is practically settled, the rivalry for It the case is properly stated we move the remaining places on the ticket for peremptory instructions lor the will make tho convention both endefendant thusiastic and interesting. . d. rrxaxro-o-ax- jrnoui: FORCOiUMTAIILF, r. ings. It will require more than Mr. Goe bel's machine to elect him unless there i a great change In public opinion before the November election. Logan County News. The convention at Louisville was the greatest farce ever enacted In the State. Political trickery and the mighty machine effected the Goebel Adalrvllle BanStone combination. ner. Goebel's combination with Stone gave him the key to the situation Stone was promised the nomination, but he was led hoodwinked to his own defeat by the treachery of Goebel. Owen News. Goebel is trying to march to the Governor's mansion over a road made of the dead bodies of his political vie tlms, prominent among them being the confiding Stone and the dallying Blackburn. Post. The convention in Louisville brought hopeful smiles to the faces ot Republicans. It was the Louisville Democratic convention that gave them success In 1895, and no wonder they were pleased with the prospects ot 1899. Grayson Gazette. The Democratic Convention sups posed to have been called to nominate candidates for State offices became in reality a convention for wrecking the party. Its like was never before seen, and, It Is to be hoped, never again will arise. Lincoln Democrat. No Democrat is bound by the action of the alleged State convention, nor will any man with the independence and manhood which knows no master be driven through tear of the party lash to suppoit this adventurer in his course of rapine and plunder. Glasgow News. Goebel has lost all, save a fraudulent nomination from a rump conven Hon, and his hour of triumph, so dearly bought, will be succeeded by an eternity of defeat with dishonor so emphatic that it will be used to point a moral to future politicians of the baser sort, w ho for our sins we always have with us. Post. Goebel went into the convention the weakest man in the lot, and he emerges from it the weakest candidate that could have been chosen from the trio. Trickery and treachery were twin companions throughout the session oi the convention, which will go down in history as the most disgraceful political meeting ever held Hazel Green Herald. in Kentucky. Goebel's convention at Louisville, last week, in its platform, adopted a resolution condemning trusts and combines, when at the same time it adopted this platform it was operating under the inott infamous combination, entered into for the most fiendish purpose, to rob Wat Hardin of a nom nation he was Justly entitled to un der any and all considerations.--Mounta- in Echo. Col. Ben Lee Hardin was asked by the Harrodsburg Democrat for his opinion of the Democratic convention in Louisville and made the following reply: "Want of space in your pa per, paucity of language, entangled, though, clouded memory cf events, fear of police despotism and believing myself in fragments, bodily, mentally and morally, prevent me from expressing myself." "The Mercury, as has been Its custom for thittyo1d years, places the Democratic ticket at the head ot its columns, and shall give it the best support It can under the clrcumstan ces. In urging the Democrats of Nicholas to 'rally around the flag, boys,' we know we are committing a sin against alt decency and honor,yct our loyalty to the Democratic party impels us to submit to the edicts of even wheu we the convention, know that Iraud, lying and treachery were used lavishly to accomplish the end leeched at Louisville last week Carlisle Mercury. By the most damnable methods ever resorted to by any ring of any State,the gang of scoundrels of whom Goebel is the acknowledged leader has gained control ot the party ma. chlnery and placed the Kenton boss at the head of the State ticket. Less than 10 per cent of the Democrats ot the State indicated a preference for Goebel in the Instructed vote ot the delegates to the State convention, and yet by thelt, trickery and Iraud, and alter the most disgraceful scenes ever witnessed In this or any other State, this dlsperado Is placed at the head ot the ticket as the nominee for Gov eruor of Kentucky and, Democrati are asked to support hlui He disliked man of the convention. for him to be disappointed. He declared that if I would agree that the temporary organization should become permanent that he would agree that every vote ot the city ot Louisville and all of his vote in the convention should be cast foi me, and thui make me the nominee ol the convention. "He said he had votes enough to make either Gen. Hardin or mysell the nominee; that he preferred to make me the nominee. He declared that he would not fall to give me the votes. I informed my friends of thin agreement and pledge. "On Saturday, when Gen Hardin withdrew his name, my friends de manded that Goebel keep his pledge to me. Some ol my friends and some of his own friends went to him and de manded that he keep his agreement made Friday. Goebel came across the stage to where I was seated, and asked me if that I were nominated and elected, I would allow him to name two persons to fill places that I would have the power to fill. I told hlra I would. "Goebel asked me If I would agree to put the pledge in writing. I told him that it was not necessary, as I al ways kept my word, and would do it In that instance He asked me to wait until he could consult with his friends. I said: 'No; keep youi pledge to me now, and give me the votes that you promised me and thus make me the nominee.' He said: I'll do it. Walt until I can walk over to the other side of the stage, and I'll He lelt me be back immediately.' and never returned. WlLUAM J. STONB." m aw TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. 1 ho following is tho programme of Ohio County Toachore' Institute, to bo held in Court Hall, Hartford, Ky., July Hist lo Adjust 4th, inclusive: 0:30 Devotional Exorcises, Rev. Silas Newton. Welcome Address, Shelby Tay lor. Response, U. 0. Harnett. tier huaband'a e nest toll, and by JW3M-4?cartful economy motuera ntari The Orandeat Trcaaur. One of the fondeat, hap. pleat anticipation! of a la tvridince.J L Elmore. w General dls cuiou 3 30 l directed by Ray. Recess. both parts they ahall ue able to lay their byalittlealore private Organization. But every Suggestions by the County Supt. wife who ex- Remarks by the Instructors. pecta to become a mother may provide a far more 11:00 Enrollment. valuable treasure for her Utile one'a future which the baby when It la grown to manhood or worn, anhood ahall have aa ita own mffSrJm myM 3:40 Query box, (Question on School Management by each teacher S me query ol Intcreht 4 30 Adjournment Evening entertainment to lx? sup p t d. Triuoum v headache? Is there a t id your month? lion sppcilte "I I .a Dii VOU PRltnY, TKtHTI'K H:oo M DAY let tip V ill a Devi tlnnal exercises, Prof 11:80 to 1 Noon Rocoss. 1:00 Roll call. Music. 1:1D School management (Hay). (1) Toachors Preparation. (Paper, 10 mill.), Mary Uolloway, General discussion directed and concludod by the Instructor. 1:30 (2) His moral aud professional qualification. (Paper, 10 mill), K. Woodward. General discussion directed and concluded by Instructor. Methods in tho Itecitatlon. (Paper, 10 min.), Morion Holbrook. General discussion directed mid con1:50 than can ever be contained In any aavlnga bank If ahc will take the proper care of her own health and phvilcal condition dutlnr the time when the babr la expected. And If every hurband would feel it hla bounden duty to ace that all poulble meant are adopted to carry hla wife aafcly through thia critical time, he will help to bequeath to hla offspring; that health and natural vigor which l the grandest fortune a father can beatow. "nurlna: the part yrar I found rayielf nantand in rapidly falllna: health," wrltca Mrs. W J Klddrr. of Hill Dale Farm, (Hncbnrr Centrr) Knosburr. Vt., In a jrratcnil letter lo Dr ' I suffered dreadR V nerc.of Buffalo. N V fully from Moallna; and wrluary difficulty I was d perceptibly weaker each day and I felt that much sharp pain at lime. aoffucthtnir miut be done. I auuffhl your advice prf cluded by,Instructor. 2:05 Educational Psychology. 1 I followed your and received a prompt reply per Favorite Prescription and alto followed your I tgan to Improve Immediately. Instructions my health became excellent, aud I could do au my own work (we live on a rood sited farm). I walkru ana roue u I cixiiu. .mi vigvyvu 11. t had a short easy confinement and have a healthy haby boy " Duly Food Man and Stood." Feed your nerves, also.if you would have them strong. The blood is the feeder and sustainer of the whole ner vous system. Men and women who are nervous are so because their nerves are starved. When they make their blood rich and pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla their nervousness dis appears because the nerves are prop-eil- y fed. Hood's Sarsaparilla never disappoints. Hood's Pills cure constipation Price 25c. The money question will be a small factor in the State campaign this year. to talk til. Kentuckians can verand gold while the Goebel oligarchy threatens to deslrory to the State. Gen. W. S. Taylor has now more than 1,000 instructed votes out oi total of 1,700 and nearly forty counties are yet to hold conventions. No other name will be likely to go before the Lexington convention. Mr. Jerome Alxei, of fclulphur Springs precinct, was nominated for Constable of the Hartford Magisterial district by the Republican convention here Monday. Mr. Allen will be electMany Democratic newspapers in ed and will make a splendid officer. the Stale are openly bolting the nom iuation "I will bet fifty dollars that Goe of those of Goebel for Governor, and supporting him only three or bel runs 5,000 voles, behind the rest four give any evidence ot real interest of the ticket, and then I'll bet fifty in his candidacy. Most Democratic dollars that he is elected, for if he is newspapers announce their purpose to beaten 50,000 votes he will steal the Goebel with an apology for election." Commonwealth's Attorney support bitter things said about him before J. Edwin Rowe. the convention, and are supporting Mr. G. S. Fitziiuuh was nominated him on the theory of party "regular!-- . for Magistrate for the Hartford dis- ty." Even the editorial annuuncing trict by the convention here Monday. double-coluMr. Fitzhugh's natural ability, superi- its allegiance to the ticket the day after or education and practical experience the convention, has lapsed into omi in business will make him a valuable nous silence. member of our Fiscal court. driven to desThe Courier-JournThe convention hero Monday was peration by its mad anxiety for a prethe largest ever held in the county and text upon which to support the Goethe absolute harmony that prevailed bel oligarchy with a hope of regaining was a briar in the heel of each ot a its lost prestige and revenue sinks to score or two of Democrats who came the filthiest depths of demagogy by in to see a "scrap." Goebelism unites proclaiming that the "real issue" is the Republican forces as solid as a between the Democratic party and rock in the Louisville & Nashville railroad. No sensible mtn in Kentucky will A distinguished Democratic law- credit the sincerity of the Courier Journal yer from a neighboring county joined in this silly and venal assiult upon in a discussion ot Goebelism on the one of the greatest business interests street here a few days ago and very of tho State, especially since that pa frankly said: "I know very well that per has usually stood like a wall of Goebel stole the nomination, but I am brass between the great corporate ingoing to vote for him and believe be terests ot the State and the vicious will steal the election if bo finds it demagogues who proposed their denecessary to do so." struction as a bid for the votes of the ignorant and indolent. Milton II. double column The Smith, President of the Louisville & editorial whooping it up for Goebel Nashville Railroad Company has just after the Louisville convention written a letter to the CourierJournal set the silver Goebelites here yelling in which he announces the purpose for that paper, but since the Courier-Journof that cqmpauy, if driven to the wall has resumed its former policy to obey tho first law of nature of deuouueing the businets, the local eilveritet are wondering what it the matter with OAK GROVE. Watterson, anyhow. Health In this community Is very Cait DitEYrua, the famous French good at this time. military prisoner, will now he given a Elder J. D. Price filled his regular new trial, which means his restoratlou appointment Sunday at Select. to liberty. Capt. Dieyfui was senMrs. Angellne Rogers and son, tenced to life imprisonment on Devil's Beaver Dam, visited her brother, Mr. Island on a charge of telling French S. M. lames, Select, Wednesday, also military secrets to a German military your scribe Thursday. Mr. G W. Martin is still buying officer. The world brieves Dreyfus innocent, aud that he is a victim ot for C. V. lean Produce Co., IJvans-vill- e. se al mid-oceaCourier-Journal'st The GouricrJournal which has superceded tho BL'piUJtua the organ of the Kentucky Goebel Democracy demonstrated its fitness to lead the silver Democracy by the following editorial comment Tuesday: "In our judgment, the sole effect of a realization of the dream of tree silver, at the ratio of 1G to 1, would be to Mexican ize our currency; to drive out gold altogether and to reduce the silver basis; and, in the dollar to a fifty-ceend, to so disarrange our system ot circulation and exchange as to involve commercial bankruptcy and financial nt Notice to Creditors. All persons having claims against tue estate 01 wm. Martin, deceased, are notified to present the same prop erly proven as required by law before 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. Martin, Executor of Wm. Maitln. 51 MO UIIE-- .0 TUESDAY. That is the way all druggists sell Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for 8:00 Devotional Exercises, Prof. Malaria, Chills and Fever. It Is simp ly iron and quinine in a tasteless O. M. Shultz. loim. Children love it. Adults prefer it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, tf 50c. PAY. Value of Psychology to teachers, flay. 2:a0 Reooss, 2:45 Spelling, Morton. (1) Use of Spelling Hook. (Paper, 10 inin), M. I). Maddox. General discussion directed and concluded by Instructor. 3;00 (2) Diacritical Marks why. how, when should they be taught, (Paper, 10 inin.), liiroli Shields. General discussion directed and concludod by Instructor. 3:20 (3) Study of Synonyms, J. L. Elmore. 3:35 (4) Importance of the use of the Dictionary; how best results obtained? (Paper, 10 inin.), Fannie Render. General discussion directed and concluded by Instructor. 4:00 Announcements. Adjournment. MONDAY EVENING. Social entertainment to bo given by tho citizens of Hartford at tho Court hall. 8:00 p. m. Chorus. Welcome address, Judge James P. Miller. Response, Dr. Z. II. Shultz. Solo, Miss Sallie Cate. Solo, Miss Mazie Thomas. Piano Solo. After the above programme shall hate been rendered, u most excellent Ice Cream supper will be sened free to all. "Favorite Prescription" is iheonly proprietary medicine In the world invented by an educated physician and scientific specialist for the one specific purpose of restoring health and strength to the disIt is a prompt tinctly feminine organism relief and permanent cure for every form complaint or weaknesa. of female No remedy relieves constipation so quickly and effectually as Or. Pierce's Pleasant Prlleta p."v WEDNESDAY. 8.00 Devotional Exercixcj Prof. Morion. 8:2- 5- Roll coll. Announcements. 8:30 The 'IVacber's Sphere, Prof. O. . Shultz. 0:00 Recoss. 0:10 Grammar, Ray. 1, Ends to 5 be attolned-Pape- r, Storms. Goneral discussion directed by instructor. 2, Relation to Language, Composition and Literature, 3, Technical Prof. N. T. Groves. Grammar-Pape- r, E. Mil7 min.-Jn- o. ler. 4, Diagraming, Value, II. C. Crow der. .5, Parsing its uses and abuses, Ray. 11:00 -- Recess. 11:10 Primary Lnguago, Its importance, how to teach it ? Miss Dora E. Gibson. 1 1 :30 Educational Psychology, Hay. 3, Appreciation. 11:45 Noon Recess. Roll call. 1:15 Letter Writiiigand Composition. 1, Should Letter Writing bo taught in Common Schools? Prof. J. U. Taylor. 2, How and when es 10 A. Duff. General discussion directed and concluded by Instructor. 1:45 Composition. 1, Its relation to other subjects, J. L. Elmore. 2:00 Recess. 2:10 Composition concluded 2, 10 How and when teach Ferguson. General discussion directed and concluded by Instructor. 3, How may thetencher arouse an interest in tho subject? S. C. Stevens. General discussion Concluded by Instructor. 3:00 Literature, Morton. 1, Literature as a promoter of Education, W. C. Hell. 3:20 Recess. 2, Its 3:30 Literature continued min. influence upon civiliation-2- 0 Win. Foster, Jr. 3, Should it be taught in the common school? When? To what extent? Miss Dora E. GibGeneral discussion directed son. mid concluded by Instructor. min.-Mollio . 1:00--Mus- ic. min.-Jaiuer, miii.-Mal- lio T. Groves. 8.is Roll call Announcements 8:35 Educational Psyrh li gy,Ry. (6) Will, Educational value. 9:05 Recess. 9:10 The Trustee the cblet factor in the Common School, R P. ilncker 9:4s How many Trustees aid the Teacher In secutin attendance, fudge James P. Miller. 10:30 Recess 10.45 Difficulties of District Tius-tre- s, lifijr. H 11 Tri)lur Discussion ol Kentucky School Ltw led by Judge J S Glenn. 11:45 Noon. Roll call. 1:00 Mulc 1:15 Importance of the Teachers' How M. Shu'lz O UiMCiatlon, Ust secured? Dr. Z H Shultz. G.-end discussion :io Recess. 2:30 Report ol Committee. Tiana ntlon ot other imottant business. 3:00 County and District Teach fiti' Association. 4 110 Adjournment. Fon Roorrs, ) Com T J Morton E R. Ray n tie In pout and a week Cfcs-tio- n. You are firiy.fi-llJlnv, aWava lecl dult tnJ coM Urovsy. ii'it hints ant) I'M Hu get but little ter.tdt from your food. You have no ambition to work and the sharp piins of neuralgia dart through jou Into t your boJy. What Is the caut of sll thiv trouble f Constipated bowels. m Ayer's PILLS ana certain cure. Am Tom afooaf will give you prompt relief If you have neglected your cate a long time, you hail better take A Pmr. Every member ol the Institute Is exptcted to study the program and be prepared 1014110 put In the wuilc. Those who are assigned to duty ate tequired topitpate a paper and inin. troducing their respective subjects must do so. Anyone tailing to dis charge their duty will be dealt with in a manner befitting the offense The time to prepare is now. The morning ot the Institute is too late. Prepare yourself while it ii day and you will ue enabled to woik In the light. Make your arrangements to be pres ent at the organizition and every hourduting the wolk oi the Institute. If you can not do this in the Ohio County Teachers' Institute, it might be profitable and a saving of means to you to prepare to attend an Institute in a sister county. Hoping that you will prepare well and wishing you an erj tyable and a profitable stay during the Institute, I remain yours iu the wotk, Fon Rogers, Co Supt. Ayr's smapirim also. It wilt remove all impurities that have been accumulating In your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. Wrtta Iftm Doctor. sun4 abnat mr bdo .ornithine aarf.r. yoa not o,all V, rllo tho doctor frr.ly 1st Yo him tiow r u aro suflrrlnjr will oromrtir rwlis U.t THsta your rat H..W.VB. lit J ,.. V AJtr. SAWtll,HaiS. ..... tu 4 Concrreil 33 Year. tot 2$ years with a cough, and spent hundreds of dollars with doc'ors and for medicine to no avail ut til I used Dr. Dell's This remedy makes weak lungs strong. It has saved my life.). II. K os well. Grantsburg, III. For sale by tt Z. Wayne Griffin & Uro. I suffered BsantU OAOTOIIIA. lfo Ibf AlnrtBwitJ Yoj Hi O M Is theforeruiinerofcousumntion. Dr. Dell's Pine Tar Honey will cute it, We hare received too late for this and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle Issue a communication of reminiscentf ces from a distinguished former citizen there, 25c at alt good druggists'. ot Hartfoid which our readers will ror rlflj Ccnta. find an interesting feature of our next Guarantee! tobacco habit cure, makea weak Issue. men airotxi. blood pure. MM, 11. All druselsu. .tins; Irrllallon The'Ts" wool and Have It Those !in favor of bringing their taking their rolls home with them, will please make it known by saying "I." Contrary, "No." The "I's" have it, so come and get your rolls and be quick about it. J. W. Ford & Co. 50 anti Hebrew hatred army officers. of the French World, one of the best edited free silver papers in Ken- The Bath County tucky, makes the following very sen- sible comments on the Louisville convention and Goebelism: "The disgraceful proceedings of the Democratic Stato convention at Louisville causes the blush of shame to taantlo the cheek of every honest and true Democrat, Oue man is primarily state of things responsible fer such and bli name 11 Bill Goebel. How. rer, Cipt. YV, 3, Stone, by Mi unljol ff Passed from time to the land be, yond, Aunt Damle Keowu,as she was always calltd, on Prlday, June 30th. We, the Republicans, aim to send Mr, Goebel so lar up Salt river in November that be wont know what party he belongs to nor whose boy he Is, and we also aim to place a Republican In the Governors chair at Prank fott by 25,000 tuijotlty. Miss Nancy A'rbuckle, Weir City Kan , is visiting relative In this com Stono'o Lottor. inuulty, "We met and Goebel stated that he Wheat thteshlng In this neighbor hood has begun with very light yield. had informed Judge Redwine that the XX. latter was to be the Permanent Chilr- - Carson Bros, have just received fifty barrols of salt. Cheap (or CASH. "A word to the wise is sufficient." Wise people keep their blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla and) make 0:30 Supplementary work,Henry sure of health. Leach. General discussion directed and concluded by Instructor. Attontlon, Machine Men. 0:45 Recess. McIIenry Machine Co., McIIenry, 10.00 Reading, Hay. (1) Edu Ky have a full line of Plttlngs.Pipe, cational value. (Paper, 10 min.), S. Hose, Packing, etc., at lowest market W. Crowo. (2) Methods ana aims prices. Are prepared to do repair in Lower Grades. (Paper, 10 min), S. work on Machinery of alt kinds, Grey diIron and Brass Castings. tf C. Stevons. General discussion rected and concluded by Instructor. WeK Ejrea Are Made Hlrsn, (3) Methods and aims in Higher dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes ot Grades.(Paper,10 inIn.),R. L.Uarnos. any kind speedily and effectually General discussion directed and ed cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle by Instructor. (4) SuppleEye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee bv all good drug- mentary Reading, Ray. gists. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Miscellaneous Questions. Bro. tf 11:00-- as Ray. (I) Penmanship, m CUIIE A COLO I ONE DAY 10 min),RachioSanQuinine Tab Value. (Paper, Take Laxative Bromo lets. All druggists refund money if derfur. (2) Methods and movements. it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has (Paper,10 min.),J.C. Hoheiiner. Gen L B. Q. on each tablet. tf eral discussion directed and concludThe Eagle, Kin ol All HlrcU, ed by Instructor. Is noted for its keen sight, clear and Essentials of good writing, Itny. distinct vision, So ate those person 11:45 Noou. who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any 1:00 Music. Roll call. kind or granulated lids. Sold by all Psycho!ogy,Ray. dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. 11 Memory. wayne unuin uro. l:4u Geography! Morton. (1) Dea't Titac Spit aa i Ratoaa Tour Ufi laj. To quit tobacco sasUr and forertr, tw mar How teach beginners? (Paper, 10 nctlc, lull ot life, neno and vigor, takn General min.), Hello McDonald. , that makes weak men tha strong. All drugcliti, (Oeorll, Cut 3 guaran- discussion directed and concluded by teed. Booklet and sample free. Address (2) Use of text book. Starling Itemed Co., Chicago or Now York. Instructor. When bogin, how teach general Notlco. Geography, (Paper, 10 inin,), C. E. All parties having claims or debts Smith. Goneral discussion direoted against the estate ofJoutB Wilson, and concluded by Instructor, Im deceased.are hereby notified to present 10 same lor payment to the undersigned portance of the siilijert?-Pape- r, ellor. Discussion con A. administrator of said estate un or be- inin-fore the 1st day of August, 1899, or cluded by Instructor. such claims will be foiever barred 2:15 ltecess. This June 28, 1899 3:00 School management, Hay. John L. Wilson, Adtn'r, 1 Jont B. Wilson's estate, 4, Art of questioning and purposu of . 10 min-- R. T. tho reoitatinn.-Pupo- r, TU Ural I'reseripiluu lor Chllla and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s Wedding, General discussion diChill Tonic. Never falls to cure; then why experiment with vorthless rected ami concluded by Instructor. 5, Teachers daily propuratioii-Pape- r, imitations? Price, 50c W, Gixlsey. 0, Proper 10 min-!- .. Best and cheapest lot of Saddles use of text book, J. I). Taylor, 7, ever brought to Hartford All kinds ol buggy harness in stock at the very Examinations and reviews, Ray. ele lowest price, Likkhs & Ilkr. 4:008, The Teacher-Ch- ief ment in tho school, Win. Foster, Jr. con-clud- 8:25 Roll Call, Announcements. 8.35 Arithmetic, Morton, (a) Mental. (1) In what grades should it bo taught ; to what extent as a rogular branch? (Paper, 10 inin.), James DeWeese. (2) Its usefulness and relation to practical Arithmetic. (Paper,10 min.),V. It. Carson. Gen eral discussion directed and concluded by Instructor. 0:05 (b) How teach beginners? (Paper, 10 min.), O. V. Wilson. Psychology,Ray. 4, Attention. 8:00 p. in. WEDNESDAY EVENING. Entertainment by tho Hartford bar. THURSDAY. Devotional Exercises, Prof. 8:oo Ray. The place holds in makes it a month of clearing sales and low prices. We still have a good stock of Spring and Summer Merchandise on hand.and theso goods represent casli and consume room. both of which we need in order to prepare for the next season. The month is nearly over and we have made away with tho greatest part of .the surplus of Spring and Summer Goods. Sut in order that we may still farther redaee oar stoe, w are offering some great bargains, which Wthin ar Worthy f your att ntion: NOTIONS. HATS AND CAPS. There Is no better line carried iu Ohio county than we carry. We will sell you n boy's nice straw hat tor 10c, wottb 20c ; better grades trom 25c to 50c. Men's nice straw bats lot 25c, regular 35c goods. Men's and boys' wool and fur hats at 35c to $4 II you need anything in this line call and sec us. We are suie tq please you. mm month. that Juno the calendar - a wnnder-worlicr- eral discussion directed by Instructor. (1) Ol jict of the Study ol Civics, (Pa per, 10 ruin ) J. D Oliver. (3) Text book workHow teach it. ( ) St ite U S. Constitution, U C Barnett. Constitution, Alvye Johnston. General discussion directed and concluded by Recess. 10:30 History, Ray. (1) End In 10:40 view In Its teaching, (Paper, 10 min ), 5. P. McKenney. General discussion directed and concluded by Instructor. 3) When introduced and subject mat ter for eacn grade, (t'aper, 10 min ) J, Henry Dames. (5) Methods and de vices (Paper, 10 min ) I). H. Godsey, ditcussion concluded by General Instructor. (4) Correlation with branches, O M Shultz. (51 Current Events, J. S. Pitzhugh. Miscellaneous questions by Institute IIMS Noon Recess 1:00 Music. Roll call. IMS Educational Psychology, Ray (5) Inductive and deductive methods. School management, Moitin, 1145 (9) Programme of daily study, Proi J. B. Taylor, (fo) Punishment (Paper, (i)Itu 10 rain), Sophia Davidson, proper punishment '(Paper, 10 min ) 4:80 Adjournment. General discussion Miss Lee Chlnn TUESDAY EVENING. directed and concluded by Instructor 8:00 p. 111. Muslo. a:3l Recess Locturo, 40 min., Win, Foster, Jr. 2:4- 0- Necessary attributes of Sue Leoture, 40 mm., E. 11. lta). cesslul teacher, Kiy, Subjects to be selected, 3:0c Best methods of securing at 8:25 Roll call. Announcements. We sell yon a good pair ladles' hose 8:35 Nature our great teacher, O. for 5C, or six for 35c; better grade 10c, or tbtee for 25c. One lot ladles' black M. Shultz 8":ss Physiology, Ray. (1) Why hose 15c per pair, or two lor 25c, worth teach it? (Paper, 5 min.) P. H. Ross, 20c per pair Ladles' ribbed vests 5c to 25c. Ladies' and gentlemen's belts (z) Course of Study, Subject matter 25c to 3Sc, worth 35c and 60c. A nice and time, H. C. Crowder. General line purl bosom shirts in all sizes go discussion directed by Instructor. (3) at 51c, actual value 75c. Gentlemen's Conceit methods of teaching by In. nice balbilgan nndersbirts only 20c, regular 35c goods j bttter grade 25c, sttuctor worth 50c. Men's drilling drawers Recess. 2oc, or two pair for 33c. regular 25c 9:30 9:40 Civics, Morton. (1) When and quality. One lit men's bleached drill, bow teach the subject to beginners? ing drawers go at soca pair worth 75c (Paper, 10 min ), Alberta Gieer. Gen. SBOES AND SLIPPERS. CLOTHING. Twelve pair boys' knee pants, sizes 6 to 15 eats, regular 35c pants, go at 25c per pair. Doys sult8(knee punts) 65c, worth grc. Twenty four boys' suits (knee pants) ft 49, would be a bargain at $1.75 We can show you a line at f 2 56 that are great values. Iu men's clothing we will sell you a nice suit tor $ 75 that would be a bargain at $3 50. We also have a beautiful line running from ffl to fto. Come to see us when you ueed a suit nnd you are sure to carry one home with you. Good calicoes, worth 5c, still go at 4c; 4c calicoes at 3c Nice line aproq () r. G. Ladles' black slippers 50c, actual value 75c. Ladles' black or tan slips pers, regular $1 goods, go at 75c. One lot tl children's slippers, sizes 3's to 6's, regular 75c quality, go at 59c. Oue lot, sizes 5's to 8's in black or tan, former price $1, will close out at 79c. One lot 8's to 12's In black or tan. cheap at $1.25, go it $1 per pair One iot. sizes 13 a to as. Dig Dnrgalns at it So, go now at $1 39. We carry a line of men's and boys' fine shoes In black or tan for $1 to $3 50 per pair. Give us a trial In thin II tip anil r sure to sell you. In men's heavy gooas we win give you a good solid shoe Tor ft, actual value $1.25 We also have a tew pair ol men's heavy $1 6$ quality, to go at $1 4 . STAPLE DRY GOODS. and dress ginghams, wotth anywhere (lorn 6c to 8c a yard, go at 5c Dleach cotton 4c Heavy domestic 4ic per yard or 4c by the bolt. We also have t fine line ot wash goods In Lawns, Piques, Linens, Percales, which go at greatly reduced fiyurea. thanking you for pist favors and trusting you will come and got some of these bargains, wo are, yours truly, So We want your Eggs, Feathers and Ginseng 7 J. E.FGGLESjCO. A Business gtlneiiion tht ) ft Is absolutely necessary to the young man or youug woman who would win success in lite This being conceded, it Is ol first Importance to get your training at the school stand In the very front rank. SUPSJi'iMIHv THE BRYANT &8TRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, J.lTI!fYI.ItK, KKVriH KY. 5S2!5J?.B..lNO ) ?fv?n "P'enced teachers, each one a specialist la hU t ll.ne' G""1''" ol this college prele? red by oes houses, Wiite lor a beautiful book giving tes- !,m.?Dai! romi.KrM.ul,,M ctlP'0' prominent positions all over tbf United StatesIt will be willed to you FRRI,, S v?my " T,t"JJ-Y- r' IT'S ILL OVER That Fair & Co. soil the best goods for the cflfl? renowned than least monoy. Now is you chance to save war,"less Milton, and how, said monoy. mid-summer Tl COUNTRY 'Peace Hath Her Victories A now, big line of everything for wear. Kcatl our prices. Com- in the Spring, is the time pare other prices with our quality. ' It bring rest and comfort to the In the cause ol M. B. Downey mo weary body racked by pains of all sorts tion to remove Spurgeon Maddox as 3p0 and kinds. Its beneficial effects prove It guardian of Leona Sutbard, in county to be tbe great specific to be relied upon (or victory. Hood's tierer disappoint!. coutt here Tuesday, the motion to relloys Knee Panti Scrofula "Running scrofula sores move was dismissed. M. B. Downey 25o by neighbor.. made rue Youth' long l'anti 6oc treatment .sunned A relative urged Medical Is the grandfather of the ward and me to failed. Men' black Luiter Coati tf.00 try Hood's Sariaparllla. Did so and In tew brought the suit to carry out tbe dymonth, th. ,, 1,08 i. M. IUtch,sore completely healed." Mas. ing request of the child's mother,Mrs. Nice linen Suit Etna. N. II. Clay Wonted Bull 3.50 Bradford Suthard. A few hours be Catarrh-- " Dlaagreeabl catarrhal drop Extra grey Tricot Built 10. Others want $10 for tame. ptn.i In my throat made roe nerroui and fore Mrs. Suthard died she solemnly ditty. My llrer was torpid. Hood's Ear wash Suits COc Childi My requested ol those about her bedside aapartlla corrected both trouble Men' wool Pant $1.25. Beit line in Hartford. See ui before buying. health Is very good." Mat. Kltib. J. to see that her little girl was given to Smiley, 171 Main ti- t- Auburn, Maine. aa big as Tumors -- "A tumor tongue and a large her sister, Mrs. Sanford Brown, and marble cam Ladle fine button or lace Shoe $1.00 ot letting my under ray operate on It,Initrad the good woman passed into the unpbyilclan I uied Men' flue Shoe, lace or congress. 1.00 my favorite tprlng tonic, Hood's Sariapa- broken solitude ol deaths eternal sleep rllla. Tbe bunch toon disappeared." Mai. trusting in the laudable reverence ol Beit on earth $1.60 Men' flue Shoe. Good grain plow Shoe 1.00 H. M. Coin, 8 Union St, Lowell, Mail. the living for the will of tbe dead that $1.00 Bit box calf Shoe her baby girl wonld tall into the hands Child 8llpper 50c to 1.00 of one whose life blood and its own Ladle Tan Slipper 76o And flowed from a common fountain. 50o Ladie Black Slipper " 4 when thechlld, through some strange. KtVt M1U fit, Ht.t till, th. oaly c.lh.rtle to Ufc with floo4 Ktf parUliw steely, stony statute passed into the Big line tample Shirt at 50c on the dollar. hands of strangers its grandfather $1.00 fine ibirt 50o The editors of this papef will be came and asked the court to confirm 75c fine SbirU.r. 38o 50ofloe Shirts 25c away next week, but our op to date his daughters dying will. We will $1.00 foreman will be out with a newsy pa- not criticise the court who donbtless Tine Silk boaotn 8hirt Beautiful Pud bowm Shirt did what he thought was light, nor 50c per Friday. Men" work Shim .' 25c; 35c and 60 Misses Martha Lauder and Rachel tbe good family with which the little Blackburn, pf Render, spent Tuesday one lives, but we cannot close our MID-SUMM- ER in Hartlord tbe guests of Mr. J. L ears to the feeble echo of those dj ing 35c to $2.60 Lateit in Sailor words, which mellowed by maternal Beautiful trimmed bat $1.00 up Rowe and family. t love, is waited soltly back from tbe Pretty Flower, Cullloni, Ribbon, Lace. These good we are cloaing The "glorious fourth" is scarcely farther strand of the river ont regardless ot former price. worthy of mention this time; the of death. number of bad boys were not diminSmlth-Maddo- x. h 8ca Iiland Percals..9c Beautiful wide ished by Yard wide I'ercali., 7c latest for waist. Madraa Cloth.. 12Jc Sheer Perca1s..l2ic--ver- y of Kobt. T. Render, de Tbe will White and figured Pique.. 10c Silk Ging-ham-i. Organdlri..5c, 7c, 10c. Mr. A. M. Smith and Miss Mattie .33c. India Linens.. fc Solid Organdies.. 10c. Fancy Oran ceased, was probated in county court Maddox were quietly united in matdie, ,8c and 10.!. We ihow more ot these good than other combine. Vint Monday, and M. P. Render qualified rimony at the home of the bride's u or lend for sample. father, Rev D. f. K. Maddox, of near as administrator of tbe estate. Rockport, Sunday evening, July 2. Mr. Good buyer investigate beforo buying, and that mean that we sell them. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rowe and Miss Smith is the energetic young foreWe have no burdensome expenses. We car- Zetta Hocker came over from Render man of the Mctlenry Manufacturing Why? because we buy right ry the biggest stock. We have tbe lowest price. Monday and remained with Mr. and and Repair Shop, He spent several in school here, afterwards Mrs. J. L. Rowe nntil Tuesday night months school Eggs, We taught until about two years Ginseng. Wool Mr. Richard Sneddon, a well known ago when he entered the course in and respected citizen, living near Civil engineering in the Slate Uni versity at Lexington and about seven Echols, died Saturday and was interr- months ago quit hia school work to ed in the family burial ground near accept tue position; wnicn he now holds. Miss Maddox is a rxDular. his residence. charming and winsome lady, whose On account of the Republican State friends are numbered by the circle ot Convention, tbe I. C. R. R. Co. will ber acquaintance. Mr. Smith is to the sell round trip tickets to Lexington be congratulated on winning hand of such a noble lady. May the July nth good till the 14th atone flowers of prosperity bloom along fare. and their pathway and the white wing When in need of Smoke Stacks, birds of peace chant sweet currols along the stream of life is the wish Grate Bars, Inspirators, Governors, in which Tub Rrtobucan jalus tbelr goods, etc., call on Mctlenry many mends, Brass m Co , Manufacturing & Machine 1 Marriages. tf McIIeniy, Ky. 3G-in- Ladies fait Ulack Hose Alen'a heavy Socki Yard-widBleach (no lime) Meu'a henvy 8uspenders Sample line Ladle Veit taped neck 6c; regular 10c quality. Towel 50c I'araiola e SPROIALS. ) to get a peaceful victory over the impurities which have been accumulating in the blood during Winter's The baneating. 50 hearty 50 ner of peace is borne aloft 50 joo by Hood's Sarsaparilta. Co was given for that purpose by Mr. Presley Wbltaker Is his last will and testament. It was not to be used until the Baptists of Morgantown owned a church of their own. This they having accomplished before the death ol tbe aged gentleman, hta friends have prevailed on him to have the If cture course given before his death. Accordingly Dr. Coleman has been employed and will deliver two lectures per day at 10 a. in, and 7 30 p, m. until the contract has been fulfilled. Dr. Coleman's great ability and profound knowledge ol the subjects which he proposes to handle insure wonderful success to the cnterptise. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Enthusiastic Republicans mot In tho Court Houso In thla Placo Last Monday. Pursuant to call of the Republican Executive Committee, the Republicans oi Ohio county in masa conven tion assembled in Hartford, Ky., July Sd, 1899 Chairman Jno. P. Morton in a brief speech stated the object of the meeting, whereupon Cnpt. ,T. Q. Keown was elected chairman and Fon Rogers and D. F. Gibbs Secretary and Assistant Secretary irr- The attractions of ourStore--the R.T. Collins. fiariford, - Beautiful Goods and Low ly., f TU OIUIU ...L..- - f A I MO WIIUIU -... Prices. M.rV Next Dor to Ohio County Bank. t you get the full t Value of Your I Dollar and Gen- erally more. SHOES. Jni sUmpod in Shnk, SHOES. Tiid. Mi Stopped In Shank. Tod. Mirk SHOES, n 5 Stimptfi in Shink. 5 BUMBLEBEE espectively. On motion of E. P. Neat the chair appointed the following Committee on Resolutions: E. P. Neal, John H. Thomas, N. Barrass, J. H. Davis, Win. Hamilton, S. L. Stevens and A. $3,00 OIaOTHING. ijB Here's Where We Get Together. YOU WANT SHOES. WE'VE GOT SHOES. LATEST STYLES. SECRETARY $3,50 9B - 8. Bennett. While the Committee on Rcsolu-- . tions were preparing their report to tho. convention,stirring addresses were delivered by Messrs. O. M. Barnett, R. C. Jarnagin, J. S. R. Wedding and W. Fred Long. The Committee on Resolutions made the following report which was adopted;' Resolved, Br the Republicans of Ohio county in Mats convention assembled: 1. That wo approvo tho call by our County Executive Committee for this Mass convention on this date to select and end delegates to the State con. ventlon to be held in the city of Lexs iogton, Ky., on the 12tb day of July, 1899, as railed by tho Republican State Central Committee to nominate a Republican ticket for State offices to be voted for and elected at the ensuing November election rhtch call we also approve. 2. Wo endorse and reaffirm our allegiance to the principles of tbe Republican party as enunciated in the platform adopted by the lost National Republican convention. 3. We congratulate, all the people upon the return of prosperity, which always accompanies National Repub. lican ascendency, with every department of the Federal government under Republican control once more with work, wealth and wages for all. 4. We approve of the policy of expansion so auspiciously begun by President Jefferson and continued by his successors, including President thereby extending the McKinley; blessings of free government among men and advancing this country from a feeble nationality to a great continental power of unnvalied growth and We endorse the freedom grandeur. of Cuba from Spain by force of arms by the present administration in the interest of liberty.aftcr its efforts to do so peaceably bad failed, to accom plish which we note with pleasure that all sections, all parlies and races con tributed, obliterating tbe lingering heartburnings of the great civil war and burying tho last embera of sees tionnl Btnfe. We cherish and enjoin a substantial and grateful remem brance of the officer and men of our army who so successfully carried our country's flag on what was once Monarchal and foreign land; but what thanks to their skill and valor is now free American soil. 5. We especially approve and com' mend the wise, able and patriotic ad ministration of State affairs by His Excellency, Wni. O. Bradley, whose record as one of Kentucky's chief magistrates ia equalled by few and ex celled by none of his predecessors in ffisdom and Statesmanship in all our history as a State. We fully endorse the official conduct of all other Republican State official. G. We recognize and appreciate the efficient and invaluable services of our friend, W. S. Taylor, of the adjoining county of Butler, in the office of Attorney General; his aid to us in this county for many years when struggling against the then triumphant Democracy, and believing in the expe diency and propriety of his candidacy for Governor, tbe delegates from this county aie hereby instructed to cast votes of Ohio county the twenty-fou- r in said State convention at Lexington solid and a a unit for the Honorable W. S. Taylor tor Governor. 7. Having full faith and confidence in tbe Republicanism, ability and in duatry ot Hon. II. L. Heavrin, of this county, and knowing bim to be a suitable and available candidate for the office of Attorney Genera), the dele gate from this county to said State convention are hereby instructed to votes of Ohio cast the twenty-fou- r county in said convention for M. L. Heavrin and to use all honorable means within their power to secure his nomination for the office of Attorney General. 8. We denounco and condemn tbe act of the last Legislature, known as "The Goebel Election Law," as a masterpiece of despotism, centrales tion and tyranny, never petitioned for or demanded by any portion of the publio and no necessity existing for its enactment. It subverts and violate tbe time honored, nonpartisan doctrine of local puts it within the power ot tbe vulgar political pirates from Owensboro,Cov iogton and Louiville,beaded by their present notorious oomiues for Govftatay flu Mfv ernor to STOP- - AND THINK! pair of Srvoes Voti want, be sure vou get a heaping measure of value for vour monev. If ON TUB That's what wins Getting- there lint and hitter.' 'cm hard when you arrive. That's what i SHOES- Itlsa Shoes With a Record lor kraWlltv, atvle ond all the fine pouui mi dnoemoiung ana mting, Our Goods Ouv JPriosta are doing for competition ia tkc Shoe line this season. and 3&od Swaabwutta That's the Rind We Sell Thcv arc made bv The BROWN SHOE CO., the Biggest oml Best Shoe Builders In the Country, and the stand belund their product. SHIRTS. jMBEST VALUES. $3.00 Invested with 11s in this pair or Shoes txws more service, foot comfort and stvle than vcxi can get for on equal $2.00 Buys the Shoe shown above, the We're hammering prlova and driving up vnluos. do-w- a Best for the MILLINRRY. storm-lashe- WASH GOODS. 3G-in- amount any place else, This is a cutot our Bumble Bee Shoe, regular $4.00 Shoe, our price 3.00. Wo stand back of this Shoe with another pair for every pair that turns out bad. spection of this Shoe. WAXR Q OODS. Scotch Lawns at 10 yards for 39c. Dimities, worth He. our price 5c. Extra fine and extra wide Dimities, would be cheap at 10c, our price GJc. French Orcandies eo in this sale at 10c, 13c, 15o and 18c, worth 15c, 18c, 25c and 35c. money in town. Made by Xne Brown Shoe Co- - the bat shoe builders. The Queen Bee is a regular $3.00 Vici Kid, our price $2. Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction, or We ask a close inmoney refunded. style and finish. Madc by The Brown Shoe Co ot. Louis, who turn out nothing but the best. This is a regular $5 00 Shoe, our price $3.50 same guarantee on this Shoe as tbe others. Remember we are tbe only house in Hartford where these Shoes can be bought. "V--V'r-, JOOL "" &Q Is our price for theaboveShoe Fatifttt In go in this sale wantyour and your Chlckons.your Feathers, JMBPlME Of Willi Fair & Co., Prop'rs. We Want one-thir- to Call Your Attention afij? To the fact that wo havo now on hand a large and well selected stock of DOMESTIC Good heavy yard-wi- de regular $1.25 Dongola Kid Shoe, our Sheeting, would be cheap at 5c, price $1.00 per pair. A full line of Ladies' Fine Shoes from 75c to $3.50 our price 3Jo. Extra heavy yard-wid8heeting, worth OJc, our price 5c. per pair. Good yard-widBleached Cotton,, TABLE LINENS. Tutoy 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 Flaid, worth 40c, at 7Jc, our price 5c. Better grades our price 25o. GO inch German at GJc, GJc and 7Jc oar competitors 10-BED SPREADS. White Bleached Table Linen, would be cheap ask 7c, 8 Jo and lOo per yard. 4 Bed Spreads, hemmed and ready for at 50o, sale price 39c. Special values Good new Spring Style Dress Prints use, worth 75c, our price 55c. Extra at 49c, 50o and G5c. go in this sale at 3c, fine 10-- 4 Spread, would be cheap at good solid EMBROIDERIES and LACES. MEN'S SnOES-ble- a'a 81, our price 85c the best Spread on earth for the money. Begular $1.35 leather Shoe, would be cheap at $1.25, Manufactured lengths, 4J yards, sale price $1.00 per pair. Extra fine each at GJc and Spread, sale price 08c. lc, worth lOo and quality, worth $1.50, our price $1.25. 12Jc. Extra wide, worth 12Jc and LADIES' SHOES. Ladies' Don-go- la Our men's Traveler Shoe, would be Kid Shoe, would be cheap at cheap at $2.00, our price $1.50. Ask 15c, our prico 10o and 12Jc. Laces from 15o dozen yards up. $1.00, our price 75c. "Our Mary," a to see our other grades. - . U.fc. t' Chlldron's school hand v. Children's Good Rlbbod e a''v' t ladies', Men's peri's, Soys' and Children's (Jlofhing. pisses Shoes, As we do not wish to carry any of these Goods over, in fact wo are rather overstocked, we will for tho NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the ahovo mentioned lines. Wo mean business and if you are in need of these goods it will pay you to como and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is now and in every respect. up-to-date S. Levy FRIDAY, JULY 7 & Co.,B6da,Xy. Mr. Willie Fair and vrile went to Louisville' Tuesday returning Wednesday. Hartford Republican. .. Please send in tbe amount yon owe We need the us on subscription. money. IE!.. 3FL. Messrs. M. L. rieavrlo, Fon Rogers LOCAL TIME TAHI.K BEATF.B DAM. Nerlti S39. Acoain. A Mull 7.S7 a, in. and Den D. Ringo.went to Owensboro Diiop.m. " soa, ra.i Mml m ass, Local freight MiVS a. ni, yesterday. Attorney R. Y. Thomas, of GreenHon I It BOI.riul Mall. e lOilTa.ia. auo p hi. 90S. LMil ' J!3I, Arom'iJailoni3 .ni. ville, attended county court here the first of tbe week. arzaaaas I. O, - l'rllll f rV, The delegates to the Lexington Field's 'bus meets all trains at convention will begin an exodus to that point Sunday. Beaver Dam. In Mr. Pete Alford, Jr., and family, ol There are only three prisoner White Run, visited relatives here Jail here now. Sunday and Monday. Mr, George Maddox, of Rockport, was here yesterday. Mr. Jas. P. Thomas, Louisville, visited bis parenta and took in the Mr. P: W. Tabor, of Owensboro, convention here Monday. was here yesterday. Miss Nola Her who has been visitThree new suits were filed in clr ing friends at Rockport and Ceralvo cult court the 4th of July. for several weeks came home TuesThe smallpox Is now practically day, stamped out In this county. will Rev, J. W, Vallandingham Mr. Amos Carson, LoulsviHe, was preach at the' Baptist church Sunday in town the first of the week, morning and evening at the usual Farming implements of all kinds, hour. for sale by Henry Field & Son. Mrs. V, L. Smith, of Sulphur Goto Weiterfiejd, & Miller' for Springs, Speat Sunday in Hartford Irest meats, lard, bacon and chickens. tbe guest ol Mr. Lonnle Mottou and Mrs. Lucy Klein la visiting her family. daughter, Mrs. Ion Miller, tbe little seven year old son ot Joseph Milter, a farmor'living MU Dora Gibson la visiting Mrs. near Rosine, died last week of spinal F, L Smith, at Sulphur Springs, this trouble, week. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Dowas, and lit Mr. and Mr. . F. Ilocker, ot Ren tie son, Edward, of South Carrolltda, rier, apcut I'rIJay afteraoou U Hsrt- - vi4Ud the toaally o Mr, Jans Rows )wr Monday, Ba,rl Men-Vlll- w. x.eTe, Ac.nt. Mr. Lawton Klein, of the Herald J. F. Gcarlds, 23, Smallhouse, to force, left Monday lor Quincy, 111., to Mary A, Taylor, 18, Smallhouse. visit his brother, Mr. George Klein, Sanford Simpson, 65, White Run, of that place. He will be absent to Mary A. Bratcher, 30, White Run. about ten days J. W. Jones, 21, Beaver Dam, to On account of the Populist State Annie Johnson, 2:, Beaver Dam. tnaville, to John T Strange, 23. Convention, the I. C. R. R. Co. will Margaret Miller, 21, Utnavllle. sell round trip tickets to Louisville L R Helm, 23. Whltesville, to July 26th good till July 29th at one Bine West ei held. 16, astnaville. d fare. and Emmet Hoover, 21, Beda, to Esther Field & Son have secured an extra E. Westerueld, 16, Beda. Witson Dooley, 22, Fordsvllle, to stable and now have ample room to Jennie smith, 20, fordsvllle. accommodate all their customers. A. M. Smith, 25, Mcllenry, to Tbe politest attention and the best of Mattie is. Maddox, 22, Reexport. feed for your horses. Elmer Barnard, 38, Beaver Dam, to Likens & Ross have just received s Ahbie rioiioway, 2, Heaver Dam. W. M Hirsch, sS, Dundee, to Mas: car load of thefamous Btrdsell Wagons. gle Crabtree, 58, Olaton. bought tbem before tbe adHaving Coleman, 38, Magan, to Elvie vance they will sell this lot at tbe A.Jake Brown, 17, Magan. former price's. Call early. Colored George Martin, 25, Taylor Mr. Jacob B. Coleman and Miss Mines, to Laura MldklO, 24, Taylor Elvie Brown, were quietly married at Mines. Hays Taylor, the residence of Mrs. Annie Smith Vitnla Beard, 18,22, Beaver Dam, to Beaver Dam, near Magan at 7 o'clock yesterday jingoTky. evening, Rev. T, W. Wright officiat. Ing Born, to the wile of George Peach Ben Hudson and Bnd Sharp.got ins on the 30th, a fine boy, Mi. Ed Gidcomb, who has been to a difficulty on the levee north of town Monday evening in which Hud-so- n quite sick lor the past few days Is im proving. received a serious knife wound in Mr. Jim Ballard and Miss Cora Cox No arrests have been attended chnrch at Hamlin Chapel tbe abdomen. last Sunday, Mr. Clem Graff, who has been enF. T. Gunther, Owenbboro, gaged in working for Alva Cortes for visited his brother, Mr. Louis tbe past three month, returned to his this place.the first of the week. home near Beaver Dam, laat week. Mr. Gunther was accompanied by Clem is a jolly fellow and we wonld two of his little grand children, Daisy have been glad for him to have spent the summer here. Cabin and Gunther Petree. Mr. Albert Cox went to Hartford on See the semi annual statement ol business last Monday, Miss the Bank ol Hartford In this issue. visited Ida Ballard, of near Hartford, ber mother last Sunday. The fact that it la, nnder tbe immeMiss Elizabeth Smith, of Clear diate management of Mr. Jhn C Ri- Run, Is visiting her cousins Misses ley la a guaranty that it la both a Mollie Davis and Pearl Smith at this writing. sound snd prosperous Institution. Concord school In snother column will be found Monday with Elvis will begin next Mitchell teacher, conthe semi annual statement of the this being his first attempt to teach dition of the Ohio Connty Bank, school, we wish the young man great which shows it to be In excellent con- success. Mr, George Dee York has gone to dition. Cspt. Cox ia a capable and experienced banker and enjoys the Whltesville to haul staves (or Mr Cap p. Dee is one of our late soldier unlimited confidence of his patrons. boys and we wish him much success Mrs. Sallle Hipsley, wife of Ired in bis new business, Mr. Obe Chapman who has been Hlpsley, died at her residence near on the sick list tbe past lew days Brother Cook is improving. for Touck-M- r Beda Wednesday, Not. pieached her funeral at Shlnkle Chapel yesterday alter which she wa Interred in the Hudson burial ground in the presence of a large concourse of fi lends and relatives. one-thirGun-ther.o- f Hoso, prlco 5c. Mon's Good Heavy Sox, 5c Por Pair. .''.'. - 'tt' R. T. COLLINS, ''' korphlefs coach 1 i fiarlford, ly. TEN GOOD REASONS -S- AFETY PINS 2c A 4ext Ooor lo Ohio Qo.fian. guards intended to protect tbe purity of the elective franchise. WecordU ally invite all good people ol whatever post political identity who love freedom and fairness and ecorn to be degraded or enslaved in party or in State to support tbe worthy ticket soon to be nominated at Lexington as tho only means of escape for a great people of a great State from Goebel and Goebelism. 9. Wa favor practical experience as a miner for five years aa a lawful qualification for appointment to the position of State Inspector of Mines. We sympathize with the coal miners In their protest against the oppression of operators in requiring them to pur. chase merchendise at exorbitant prices at company stores on pain of dismissal. 10. That the following named persons bo and are hereby appointed delegates to said State convention to held at Lexington, July 12th, 1899, together with all other good Republican voter of the county who may attend, they are instructed to cast tbe vote of the county upon all question aa a unit: S. T. Stevens.A. B. Riley, Nicholas Barrau, II. O. Leach, A. S. Bennett, R. O. Jarnagin, Dr. J. W. d, Meador, G. P. Keown, M. S. II. D. Hunt. D. P. Gibbs, M. L. Heavrin, O. M. Barnett, 8. A. Anderson, W. S. Gaines, J. 8. R. Wedding, John P. Morton, W. R. Jones, G. M. Maddox, Fon Rogers, Morris Taylor, G. W. Draioe, 8. L. Stevens and It. B. Martin. Alternates -- Dr. 8. J. Wedding, A. D. Taylor, R R. Wedding, E P. Neal, O. L. Woodward, Simon Jones, Ed Massie, W. M. Autry, J. F. Alleo, T. D. Allen, B. S. Cbambsrlaio.G. D.Royal, L. W, Hunt, J. H. Thomas, James Hudson, E, U Myers, Joe il, Roberts, John M. Hudson, Wood Tinsley, E. E. Gully, J. E. DavWson.P. A. Gary and James Deweese. Respectfully submitted, Rag-lan- Statement of tha Condition of tits Why Every Rospectablo thlnk-In- g Man Should Swear. 1. Because it is such an elegant way of expressing one's thoughts. 2. Because It Is such a conclusive proof of taste and good breeding. 3. Because It is such a sure way of making one's self agreeable to his friends. 4. Because It Is a positive evidence of acquaintance with good literature. 5. Because It furnishes such a good example and training lor boys, 6. Because it is just what a man's mother would enjoy having her son do. 7. Because it would look so well In DUE At OF HARTFQ&II hint 30, 1199. $71,323.41 tha Cto of Business; Bill discounted Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured . Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks for remittance. Banking house and lot Furniture and fixtures. Current expenses Debts in suit Real estate Total XU00rztCSl. .... . . 1,134.20 63,636.0a 8 341.37 1,167 35 154 24 . . . . , . 3,000.0) 1,000.00 1,724 36 1,596.55 31.35 $153,009 65 8. Because it is snch a good way of increasing one's 9. Because it is such a help to manhood and vittue in many ways. 10. Because it is such an infallible way of improving one's chances in the hereafter. Rev. Edgar Work. print. Capital Stock $40,000.00 Undivided profits . 3,86668 Due depositors 70,13947 Certificates ot deposit . . . 38,944 48 Surplus Dividend No. 36 unpaid . , 1500 Total 1153,009.65 Subscribed and sworn to before me by J. C. Riley, Cashier, July 3, 1899. Jno. T Moore, N. P O. C., Ky. My Commission as Notary Public expires January 28, 1900. ASMHtNTflFTHE z.t a ntxjyj.'swo. .... ,j. ... Her Health Restored CWOfToFM OHIO COUHTT At BiU 68 488 80 193 7a 6,937.26 5,000.00 1,31066 4 50 500.00 tha Closiot Business, lum 30th, 1899, TnEmluryottlMpleMDMicaa onljb iprl-nee- d E.P. NEL,Cu'm'n,l J. II. TUOMAH, J. n. N. Biitiucs, D-v- J I SCROFULA is. Collin, at e, Morgantown is soon to be given, a thin blood, weak lunes and royal treat. Beginning with the second Sunday In July, tbe Rev. Dr. J. ! Dalcneas. You have them In net wMUttr aw well s in com, S. Coleraaa delivers the first'of a serSCOTTS EMULSION curs ies ot lectures on "The Distinctive them id summer as In winter. Peculiarities ot Baptist Doctrines and It U creamy leftklH am! p&- -t The fund set apart to Practices." ta-tl- i;defray tbe expenses of the Presley Wktaksf LsctNrsa, tk are known, Wm. Hamilton, 8. L. Btkvens, A. 8. Bennett, The convention then declared to make no further Instiuction and ad jourdtd. J. Q. Keown, Gh'ui a. on uqoeiw, oeoy. m MMMe IMIINIItWMNIIWai' dfr i4 - Outlf-tU- a rwMi M.OUttnU CMdCMU- n- MimH. nirresfre. Addrte, P,W!LlHlOA&W, T Car- w It. NerrouineM, beadtche, neunljl and that mlMnbU f Mils of unrtit, can orlT be cared by Dr. UIIm' HMtoriUtc Nertlo. So certain U Dr. Ullea otlbli (act tbat all dragiUt arc -- athorlted to refund price paid (or tbe 0r bottle tried, protldln It docs not beselU llrs. Uenry lirans, wife of tbe well known blackunilh at Orand Junction, Iowa, ujtl ''I was troubled wltb aleeplewneee, and Irrc ularmeutruatloni suffering untold mUery (or jeer. I uied varloue adrertUed remedies (or female complaint betide being nnder tbe care) of local pbjlclan,wlJoutbelp. I noticed In Dr. Mile' admtUement tbe teetlmonlal ot a lady cured o( aliment ilmllar to mine, and I shall nerer ceaae to thank that lady. Uer teetlmonlal Induced me to tue Dr. Miles' Nervine and Nerre and liter PIU. which reatored me to health. I cannot say enouib (or Dr.Mllee'Kemedle." Dr. Miles' Bemedle are sold bt all drug. UU nnder a pooltlie guarantee, tret bottle beaeSta or money refunded. UookoodU-a- rt cl th heart and Loans Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Due from Banks Banking house and lot . . Stocks and bonds. Cash in safe Asasio. Furniture and fixture. . . Expenses last quarter 159 3 Interest paid last quarter... 244 67 Debts in suits 72 00 fe",,,e'"- '- .... $3933 ... .... 43 ... Total $58,572.61 Capital Stock Undivided profit Due depositors , 1 $10,000.00 1,265x6 47J7 55 $58.57 6 Total Sworn to belore me by 8. K, Cox, L. WALKKa, July 3, 1899. Notary Public Ohio Co. My commission expires Jan. to, 1932, 1 wf Luna Irrll-lle-- Is the forerunner to consumption. Honey trill cui Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r It, and give such strength to the lungs tbat cough or a cold will Bot tll there. Twentv.fivo CtatS at all For sale by?, Wy n gooddruggUts. rttWl,!. Uftwa pro. m n ti wii-- fi tar ,wmtimMtimttlmVMttm&t lilft-e- ju 1 iiifti -- ir,i lejuini -- .i,imii A- - i.iii mimt-f- t-i .Wii .it ii.iin, im mmn .ipiM'M-y Sien mm - i JJ"? JTT ' GROVE Hartford Republican. FRIDAY. JULY 7. account of the Vlrgtnlus affair, Commander Dewey had his plans alt made to sail the Narragansett to Manila. lt an IS IT RIGHT For mi Editor to Rocommond PatontModlolnos? A Thousands Tonguos STORY ABOUT DEWEY. Ho Bluffs n Moxlcan Garrison With aCouploor old Howltzors. CHILL TDNIC 18 JU8TA3COOD TASTELESS WARRANTED. OIIO VBT! TJ.HTM.KSS CHILI. TONIO and bar. bomrtil thraa Rroaa already ihla year. In all oar ex parlance of 14 yeare. In tba drug bnalneae. bare neror Bold an article that fare aacn unlTerial aula, taction M Jtmr Tbnlc l eure truly, OlHTIi,Il.LI.,N0T.18,l!W. . rwU Vadklaa Co., SI. Ionia. Mo. 600 botllea ol UantlaDaani Wa wld Url year, FOR ADULTS. PRICE BO cts. Anitr.CiHa ACO. Fqr sale by J. II. Williams. IPSKDIFlSSSIKDSraiL. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfiold, JOHN P. MORTON HAKTIOItl), KY. Special attention given to all business entrusted to bis care. Office In Court House. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will practice bis profession in all tbe Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, Attorney at Javtf, M. L. HEAVEIN, courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. SHELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties-anCourt of Appeals. Special atten Hon given to all assignments in bank- ruptcy. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. SPECIAL making abstracts, &c also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. attention given to col JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in the the courts of Ohio and adjoininf counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. Attorney at Law, Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Court House. A. SAYLOft. Hartford, Ky. Attorney at t&w Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties R . E. LEE SIMMERMAN Hartford, , Lieut F. Wluslow. U S.N, retir ed, a cousin of the famous commander of the Kearsarge, tells a new, story about Admiral George Dewey. "In May, 1875, Admiral Dewey was commander of tbe old Narragansett," said Lieut. Wtnslov,"and he was de tailed to surveying the Gulf of Cali fornia and the shores of the coast ol the peninsula. It was not long after tbe Virginias afTilr at Santiago, and tbe feeling toward Mexicans and Cubans was none too cordial. Tbe Narragansett reached La Paz, near the southern end of the peninsula, and we no sooraer got ashore than we heard that an American mining engineer and some Englishmen who owned the mine were prisoners in their mining shanties, forty miles back of La Paz, In the mountains. The American had resented an insult, a quarrel fol lowed, and the American killed two Mexicans. The friends ol the latter swore they'd kill tbe Yankees and the Englishmen, too, and the latter were soon obliged to barricade themselves. This selge had been on for several days when we dropped anchor. "As soon as Commander Dewey heard of it be Was very much interested. The next day he sent a messenger to the Mexican Colonel in La Paz, who had a garrison of 600 soldiers there, asking him what he wai going to do to give tbe American a trial before he was shot. " 'Oh, he got Into the t rouble-- let him get out,' said the Mexican. "Commander Dewey didn't like this reply, and tbe more he thought about it tbe angrier he pot. The next forenoon be sent a note to tie Mexican Colonel telling him that an American citizen's life was in danger, and that the man was entitled to a fair trial. He told the Colonel that he would allow him just twenty lour hours to rescue the American and protect the Englishmen. If at the end of that time relief was not on its way to the little mining paity he would bombard La Paz and burn it. "When'we beard what Dewey had done we were all frightened. " 'Does he mean it?' we asked one another. "As for myself, I was soon satis fied that he meant every word of it I was in command of tbe guns. We had only two old howitzers on tbe Narragansett, the larger guns having been left temporarily at the Mare Is land Navy Yard. -- .'i'Get the howitzers ready for tomorrow morning and inspect all the small arms and ammunition,' said Dewey to me. Then he called the men to quarters and estimated that ol the crew of about no we could land 90 able, armed men as a storming force. We drilled the men all that afternoon and far Into the night That night, on Commander Dewey's order, we (teamed to a point com mandlng tbe principal streets of La Pi z and trained tbe howitzers on tbe town. Dy nezt morning we were all ready to begin a second war ngainst Mexico. "At daybreak a Mexican corporal Collections carefully and promptly at- came on board with a message trom Office with T. J. Smith tended to. his Coinel saying that tbe Narragan-sett- 's & Ce., Market Street. commander's request would be complied with. Early that morning J. E. DAVIDSON, we watched 300 armed Mexican sol dlers start for tbe camp, and we kept Ky,, Hartford, the old howitzers trained on La Paz Will practice his profession in Ohio soldiers returned with tbe and adjoining couutics. Special at- till the tention given to allbuBincts entrusted American engineer. When Dewey to his care. Office with County At- reported to Washington on the matter he minimized the importance of it. torney. and it was passed over as a mere in 353. JSnESJSJJLM, cident Lleuts. Harris and Wright were on tbe Narragansett tben, and Harris, at least, was with the fleet at HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all Manila. It is somewhat singular that the Courts of Kentucky. Special at- at that time, when we were expecting tention given to collection, settle- a declaration of wir against Spain on ment o decedent's estates, road cases Office up rud criminal practice. Uir next door to Orifiin'sdrug store. Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, 3F. J. S.R. Wedding, AHORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW, (NOTARY 1'UIIUIC) HARTFORD,- KENTUCKY. Will practice his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust' to bis care. Office in Rkfumjcav building. c. :m:. baknett, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoiuingcountkc Careful attention will be given to a Col- busiuess entrusted to his cure. 1 ectioni a specialty. Office over Ohio County Dank. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. "Sweet Belli Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh." Bhakeineare's dascrlotlon flta thou. They era croaa, daa. sande ol woman. garden to pondent, sickly, nervousa) ibamaalvaa and thtlr famlllaa. Their awaat dlipoaltlona are gone, and they, Ilka tba twill, aaam aadly out of tuna. Hut Th.ycanuie UttrtUaramadjr, ATTOlUtEY- - AT - LA W, Will practice his proletsioa iu all the courts of Ohio ami adjotuiug counties and Court of Appeals. Special at-- , tentiou givtn to collections. Office next door to Post Office. J. I'.DWIN ROWK. V L, JS. HP- - HoToy, McELREE'S Wine of Cardui organism, and health there meant well polled nerves, calmness, strength. 11 restores womanly vigor ami power. It tones up the nerves which suffer-in- g and disease have shattered. It is the most perfect remedy ever devised to restqre weak women to perfect It bring health to tbe womanlr J'RUX. Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice In tbe Coutts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals, Prompt attention givcu to all business en trusted to our pare. Office in Herald DUlldlug health, and to make them attractive and happy, Jtl.oo at all druggists. For navies in cases reaulnutr snec- ial directions, address, giving symptoms, "Tho Ladies' Advisory Tbs Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. HEV. J. TV. SMITH, Camden, S, C, le luaavlWln.olCajd.il ear a lut lallUm ol tba wuub and It auUral at hooi. curad (Sylvan Valley News, Brevard N. C ) It may be a question' whether thr editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which Hood the market, yet as a preventive ol suffering we feel it o duty to say a good word lor Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. We have known and used this medicine in our famity for twenty years and have always found It reliable. In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of suffering while a physician Is awaited. We do not believe iu depending Impllctly on any medicine for a cure, but we do believe that if a bottle of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at tbe inception of an attack much sullerlng might be aa avoided and in very many cases the Goorgo D. Prontlco. presence of a physician would not be An a 1 tide in a recent issue of the required. At least thjs has been our Post recounting and interview with experience during the past twenty the late George D. Prentice at Louis years. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin vllle, Ky., during the Civil war, re- & Bro. m calls to memory a set ies of historical That Throbbing Headache events In which Prentice was an important factor at the beginning of that Would quickly leave you, It you memorable conflict. The writer was one of the enrolling clerks for the used Dr. King's New Life Pills Kentucky House of Representatives Thousands of sufferers have proved at the time when that State passed the their matchless merit lor Sick and "armed neutrality" act. My brother-i- n Nervous Headaches. They make law, Gen. John Rodman, of Prank pure blood and strong nerves and fort, and ex Secretary of tbe Treasury build up your health. Easy to take. John G, Carlisle, representing Kenton Try them. Only 25 cents. Money county in tbe Legislature, being the back If not cured. Sold by J. II acknowledged leaders of the Union Williams, Druggist. ia o a forces in that body, and it Is a A Grave Question. fact by all who took cognizance of the shifting scenes of that eventful The Democrats of Kentucky are con period, that but for the powerfut in confronted with the very grave ques fluence held by Prentice and his paper, tion as to whether they shall, by sup the Louisville Journal, the Legislature porting the ticket nominated by the would have as surely passed the ordi- recent convention at Music Hall, con nance of secession as that the sun done the treachery, force and fraud bj shines, which act would undoubtedly which that convention was permahave caused the map of our country to nently organized and its work com line up di'Serentty. pleted. From the beginning of IU The Governor, Beriah Magoffin, was history the Democratic party has stood a srtong Southern sympathizer, as was for honesty iu elections and clean also Vice President John C Breckinpolitics. The rule of the majority liridge, Simon Bolivar Buckner, Blan the fundamental principle of Democton Duncan and other leaders of that racy, and there can be no majority day and generation. George D. Pren rule in public affairs when the part tice had only two sons.jCourtland and is subjected to the domination of one Claiance, both of whom enlisted in man, when the rights of Democrats tbe Confederate army. Courtland was are outraged, when regularly accredwith Morgan and killed at Augusta, ited delegates chosen by a majority in Ky, Clarence was a member of the accordance with tbe party regulations stall of Gen. Breckinridge, afterward are kicked out of a convention and Colonel of one of Morgan's regiments, Democrats robbed of their tights to while the courtly Col. Benham, broth representation In a Democratic coner of Mrs. George D. Prentice, was vention. The recent convention, when chief of staff to the lamented Cle- It was permanently organized as a burne. Goebel machine, was very largely the One other point of history that I work of force and fraud. The votes was simply astonished to learn when that made Goebel and Haldeman mas in conversation with one of tbe lead- ters were stolen, these stolen votes ing politicians of Texas, a short time were traded to candidates for mlnoi ago, was that so few were aware that offices to secure other votes for the all of Mrs. Lincoln's brothers were of boss. Louisville Dispatch. ficers in the Confederate service. Mrs Robert S. Todd, Mrs. Lincoln's moth er, and her four daughters were in I tbe South all during the war. I was For Infants and Children. a frequent visitor before the war at Mrs. Robert S. Todd's residence, five The Kind You Have Always Bought miles from Frankfort, Ky., and well Boars ths knew the Southern feeling of every Signature member of that noted family. Miss Emma Todd married Gen, Ben Harro din Helm, who was in command of Alligators Ate His Babies His Eyes. the famous Kentucky brigade, and was killed at Chickamauga. .Misses The two children of Paul R. Naegelr De and Kittle Todd married at Selmn, Ala., the one to Dr. White, tbe other were devoured by alligators under tbt to Col, TJawson, Dave Todd com- eyes of their helpless parents, near manded Castle Thunder at Rich- San Antonio, Texas, according to a story In the New York Journal. mond, Va. Alec, the younger brothNsegele and his family encamped er, was killed at Baton Rouge. Mrs. on the bank of a bayou or lagoon run Helm was appointed postmistress at Elizabethtown, Ky., by President nlng out from the shore of Esponto Cleveland during his first term, and lake, lu Dimitt county. This lake, though tar Inland, is was left undisturbed, owing to her kinship to Mrs. Lincoln, until Mark alive with alligators. Atcertain times Hanna had a pet who relived her of the day they cover the banks so shortly after McKInley came upon thickly that one can hardly see the mud. Their horrible hissing fills tbe the board. These old historical reminiscences air, and the odor of mask which arises are sometimes very good things to from them is so stong that one can place belore the rising generation, es- - smell it three miles Naegele had been warned not to pecially as tbe present revised school histories are not in any manner dis camp to near the lake, but he did not posed to give the South her just meed understand tbe dangerand ignored tbe of praise. R L. Russell In Houston warning. During the night be was aroused bj Post. the restlessness of his horses, who wert P- - 's not 'ecowmewled straining at the ropes In such a wa) for everything; but that they threatened at every moment if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be to break loose, He went out to see found just the remedy you need. At what was tbe matter, and, thinking Iruggiats In fifty cent and dollar sizes. some wild animal might be worrying You may have a sample botile of this vondeifiil new discovery by mall free. '1 Announcement a so pamphlet telling all about it $ n, , ivaaress, ur Kilmer x N. Y. CN I I The Illinois Central now Robbod tho Gravo. n11H?f baa on sale, and will con iVMlldV tlnue the same until Sept A starting Incident, of which Mr. 30th. i8qq round trip sum ohn Oliver of Philadelphia, was the mer tourist tickets from at, points on its lines in thr subject, is narrated by blm as follows: South to a large list of sum "I was in a most dreadful condition. mer resorts in the North IU My akin was almost yeltow,eyes sunfast double dally service to St Louis, ken, tongue coated, pain continual- Cbicago.Clncinnatl and Louisville enly in back and sides, no ables one to tearh quickly and comgrowing weaker day by fortably tbe mountain resorts of VirSea-'iday. Three physicians bad given me ginia, the White Mountains and of New England, the Thourand up. Fortunately, a friend advised Inlands, tbe lake aud forest resorts ol trying 'Electric Bitters;' and to my Michigan. Wisconsin and Mlnne nta. great joy aud surprise, the first bot tbe Hot Springs cf Arkansas, the Yel tle made a decided Improvement. I lowstone Park or the resorts of Colo; continued their use for tfaiee weeks, rado. ind am now a weil man. I know Tickets and full Information as to they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim " N one rates in connection with the above can be bad of agent of the "Central" and should fall to try them, Only 51 cts , connecting lineai. guaranteed, at J. II. Williams' Drug Store. Wm, Mrfi, 01'. fu. Afii, Him Oilntt. Jut. A. tlttt, 01:hit.Ait, Vtmpklt. t'UIIB A fOLIi IN UNK AY I. 0. IMcD. Din. fail. Afut, ClMlumttl. Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab lets. All druggist rclund money il it fails to cuie asc. Tbe genuine A H HAMKM.e.f A., W A. UUOKO.A 8 f.A has L B, Q on each tablet. tl ImluHH. Ctlfft. Could not express the rapture of Annie E. Springer, of 1135 Howard St., Phllalelphla, Pa , when she lound that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many All years had made life a burden. other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she aays of this Royal Cure "It soon removed the pain In my chest and I can now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely re member doing belore. I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe." So will every one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery lor any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c and $t 00. Trial bottles free at J. H. Williams' Drug Store; every bottle guaranteed. i well-know- n CASTOR A Bo-fo- rtOut&zf&i&t: them, he took an ax. As he came How Thoy Dlod, near the horses he stepped on what His pet rabbit bit n Georgia boy seemed to be a long log of wood. It squirmed beneath blm and In another arid he died In great agony. An English undertaker fell dead at minute the jaws of a gigantic alligator snapped at him. He sttuck at it with a luneral be was couductlng. A roll top desk crushed a Brook-man- 's all his. might with his ax and hit it finger and ptralysts resu ted between the eyes, stuntdng it for a Two of a Texas man's children time. At this moment he heard a shriek were devtmted by alligators before his from his wife. Leaving the alligator eyes. A llaUtmoie buy drank a bottle of he had encountered he ran to her as slstance. When he reached her he cough medicine in a gulp and died found tbat another enormous alligator within an hour. A Colorado woman fell through a had seized their eldest child, a girl of four years, and was moving away sk) li lit on R job printing press nd wa-- killed by the glass with its victim in its jaws. White cursing his daughter for The womau, who was unarmed, was tearing at the eyes ol tbe alligator marrying ngulnnt his wishes, n Texas with her bare fingers, showing the man was stricken with deatli frantic courage of a mother threaten-- 1 One of his plow horses gave a ml 1 farmer such a vlclotn kick ed with the loss ol her child. The reptile moved away without paying that ke died almost instantly. auy attention to her struggles Nae-In trying on her brother's clothes, gele attacked the alligator with his MoAtana woman pulled the necktie ax, as he had done the other, but this too tight and was strangled. Having fallen and hurt her knee, time he did not have the same sue cess. His Brst blow fell on the enor ' an English girl u.ed a poitigc stamp folmouslv thick scales on the back ol as a piaster and the animal, which remained absolute-- lowed ly uninjured. Naegele redoubled his While walking on hit stilts, a Misblows and the alligator knocked him souri boy felt. Oue-o- f the stilts pierdown with a swish ol iti tail and mo- -, ced his side just below his heart and mentarily rtunned him. he died the next day. Willi tm Whlit. of Denver, was At the same time a second horror was taking place. When tbe alllga s'licken by 1e4tb white praying thtit girl the he might j iln tits wif , who h iJ died tor seized the 4 year-olmother dropped the baby she had in twenty four hours before. her arms in order to rescue the child ' It was prelictcd that a Masville No (Ky ) woman would died whea a Urge who was being carried away sooner had she done this than another tree in frint of her h line wept The alligator seized the baby that she had tree wept and her death followed. left on the ground. We have just received a carload of While her husband was struggling with his alligator she attacked the one Plons, Harrows, Cultivators ard Drill of the bes-- make to be had ard which had seized the baby. The rep are prepared to save jou "money en tile bit at tbe mother. It did nut rue- all klndt ol machinery. Call and si e ' ceed lu getting a good boll of her, un befoie bu)ing. Agent-- for the King of harvesting bnt made a terrible wound in her left teg as she sprang back to avoid being ' machlniry. Hknrv Fibld St Son. devoured. By this time Naegele was left stun ned upon the ground, while his wife was lying helpless and bleeding profusely. The reptiles moved quickly I' your lair li out of order, causing away with their child victims and dls ..tousnos, bick Headache, Heart-Laior Coitktijulion, take a dose of appeared in the foul waters ol the lake. Old inhabitants of tbe localllty say that the alligators had just awakened On retiring, and tomorrow yonr from their winter torpor and found a orguru wi.l regulated aud great lack of their customary food, you wilt bo bright, aelio and ready for miv kind of vorl. Ibis has including fish, water birds and other been the expemwo of others; it small animals. They were ravenous will Iw otrr. HOUD'8 PILLS are sold by n'.l mp!kir.. dealers. S3 cts. ly hungry, and any living thing was sure to attrack a horde of them. Al ligators are very much afraid of noise, and as long as a man or an animal makes a good deal of noise there is no danger. The alligator likes to crawl down on a silent and helpless victim and devour It without a struggle. They are the greatest cowards in the world. While Naegele was arranging his camp with his prattling children and trampling horses the alligators were kept away by the noise and lurked calmly beneath the water, but as soon as the camp was plunged In darkness and slumber the ravenous reptiles, attracted by the scent of creatures, moved down upon the little camp and eagerly snatched tbe on perfection of laundry work when first victims they could find. The your shirt is laundered by us, just as noise made after their presence wa our laundry standsalone for excellence discovered soon drove them away.bnt of work turned out. Your linen Isn't ir jured here from chemicals or im the horrible tragedy was complete. proper handling. Only skilled assist ants are employed, and you can't beat IU u Yoa Haw Ataji Bonrjit it for beauty of color and perfection of Esarstls t polish. IVn-nylv I blood-poison- ed 1 , t i , ti n, 8 The Kind Tfou Hnvo AhvnyH llou-lit- , nud Mlilcli Iiiw boon In use for over .'10 yenr-s-, linn borne llio signature of mid Iim licou niiulo under lib por- uoiinl suiicrlsloii slnco Iti Infancy. Wcay.V.fSvC Allow 110 0110 to deceive you iu tills. AU Counterfeits, Iniltntlnns nntl Sitbotttute nro but Hint trlllo ulth niul endnnger tho health or Infants and Children Kxpcrleuco ngnlnst Ilsucrltiicut. 0 fXjiVrW Cnstorin, Is it siilistltuto for Cmtor Oil, l'nregorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrtiu. It Is Harmless mid l'lcnsnnt. It contain, neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic Biibstnnco. Iti ago Is Us frunrmitce. It destroys Worms mid nllnys Fovvrlslincss. It cures Dlarrhicn mid "Wind Colic. 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