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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899072101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mr-- i 'J , y, nw ir f " f 'ii y if v. - The Republican nud Louisville Commercial, i year,$t 25, The Republican and the Courier Journal, 1 year, $t. 25. The Republican and the Toledo (O 1 Elide, 1 year, $1 25. The Republican and Louisville Dispatch, I year, $1 25. I year, $1 50. The Republican and the Globe-Democra- The Haetdbd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE The Republican has the Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County.' Fine Job Work a Specialty. FiRIT tm fOIBTB COHBEHIOXJL DISTRICT. Subscription $1 a year. No. 52. VOL. XI. m contributed to Republican success. the Tho Republican Nomlnoo for He, together which the rest ofelect-State tlcktt, was triumphantly I Kontucky. Covornor of ed and for the first time in someWilliam Sylvetter Taylor was born thing like thirty years a Republican In Butler county, October ioth, 1853. admiuirtrationwaslnstalledat Frnnk-for- t. His birth place as was Citing lor one I CAttBBR AS ATTORNBV ORMBRAL. destined to receive high civic honors ' As the law officer of the State, Mr. old in after jears was a typical, Taytor.haa made a most gratifying fashioned log house, standing on the record. ,Not only has he recovered bank of Green River, five miles away by suit thousands of dollars ot franfrom Morgantown, the county seat. chise and other taxes due the ComPoverty was bis heritage; nnreqnltted his conduct of other his earlier monwealth, but farm toll the occupation of Iitlgatiin has been characterized with years. At an early age he manifested signal success. For instance, the aca love for books and study and as tion of the State vs. the Kentucky soon as his situation permitted when Chair Company, whereby. (60,000 be was about 15 he entered the free waa recovered- and paid into the school ot hiaoeighboruoodandaltendi Treasury; the fight against the loted It during several session as regutery companies, which resulted in larly as his circumstances would aland as a student theannullmentof their charters, low. He took high rank the ault against Barker, Auditor's He waa devoted and thorough and his agent of Jefferson county, wherein fine powers oi declamation and debate thousands of dollars which had been soon won for him a local name. Ills paid out wlthont warrant of law dur first definite ambition waa to become ing the former administration were teacher. By diligent stndy both at recovered; also the suit sgalnst the home and at school he fitted himself Southern Pacific Company, whereby OVtMOMESlnS? lor and engaged in this important corporation was compelled to list he taught that "ABlTUAlCONST'WION work. For several years and pay taxes on $1,000,000 worth of 'MMANtNTLY school and prosecuted his studies, ob- property from 1892 to 1896, and cons taining thereby a thorough English tlnuonsly thereafter on the same education. All the energy and enthuamount, which company had always siasm of his nature were thrown into &y theretofore escaped taxation altogethcvr the teNuiNt-MN'- ro the wotk with a force that no pnpll er. could withstand. AN OPINION OK RAILROAD TAXES. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1899. SKETCH OF GEN. TAYLOR. his msgnlfiunt speeches materially THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM 'the improvement of business tions in this State. s condi- Adoptod by tho Convontlon In ' tho City of Loxlngton. The Republicans of Kentucky, in convention assembled, make the foU lowing declarations ot purpose and principle: x. We affirm that the existing' election law In Kentucky enacted by a Democratic general assembly in 1898 over the objection of our Republican Governor is viciously partisan, subversive of fairness and honesty in elections, hostile to the principals of free government, removes safeguards which, have heretofore protected and guaranteed the right of suflrage, denies to our courts the power to protect voters in this State against the perpetration of fraud at elections, commits broad power to irresponsible commissioners not chosen by or accountably to the people for their acts, and imperils the sacredneas, efficiency and power of the ballot. We there fore set fotth as the supreme issue before the people of this State the repeal of this revolutionary law, and the Republican party pledges itself to its repeal and to the restoration of the system nnder which free and fair elections have heretofore been the rule In Kentucky. We cite the election law, the penitentiary bill, the McChord railway bill and many other measures Introduced and attempted to be passed by the last Legislature of Kentucky ua proof of the type of legislation to which the people of the State will be subjected should the Democratic party come Into power under its present leadership, legislation alike hostile to political honesty and purity, and to the material prosperity and advances We apment of our Commonwealth, peal to the freemen of the Commonwealth who value official honesty and fair elections above the temporary success of party, to join with us in ol free suffrage the and local 2. We most heartily approve the administration of Gov. W. O. Brads ley. As an executive he has been faithful In maintaining law and order, in securing protection to person and property and diligent and forceful in advising wise legislation and in preventing aa far aa possible by .the veto, power the enactment ot lrglslatlotf harmful to the highest Interests of this Commonwealth. We heartily commend the conduct and official work ot our otherState officers elected in 1895. This first Republican ad ministration in Kentucky has faith-- , fully executed the laws, rigidly preserved order throughout the Commonwealth, energetically collected the revenues and honestly disbursed them. The Republicans of Kentucky go before the people In 1899 asking continuance of power upon the record made since 1896 in every department of State administration. 3. We congratulate the Republicans of Kentucky that they have a Representative In the Upper House of Congress. We cordially approve the conduct of Senator W.J. Deboe, and of the Republican members from Kentucky in the Lower House. 4 We pledge the Republican patty ol Kentucky to the enactment of all such laws aa may be necessary to prevent trusts, pools, combinations or other organizations from combining to depreciate below its real value any article, or to enhance the cost of any article, or to reduce the proper emoluments ol labor. We congratulate the Republican party that existing Federal legislation for the suppression of harmful trusts, pools and combinations is the work of a Republican Congress, performed during the ad ministration of a Republican President, and we congratulate the conn-.- , try that in the suppression of ii jur-Iocombinations Republican legislation has had lu the past, as it will have in the future, due regard for the Interests of legitimate business, tbe purposes of such legislation being the remedy for wrong, and not embarrassment to industry, enterprise or thrift. 5. We believe in popular education and the fostering and Improvement of our public school system, and we lav or a just and equitable law by which the cost of books shall be reduced to the lowest pi ice consistent with due regard for their merit. But we are opposed to the school book law pissed last year by the lower house ol tbe legislature, because under its provisions desired relief will not be secured, but a more complete monopoly will be established, 6.-- In fuitherance of the material welfare of the State aud of satlsfactiry relationships btU'een labor and cap! nl a we favor the establishment State noard of Arbitration and its en dowiuent of differences between there Important elements in commerce and manufacture as has been demonstrated by the experience of other State to be wise. 7. We fivor the adoption of a lib. eraland ptogtrssive pol'cy "fleeting the care ol locai highways, and dare good toads to be essentials Jn any intelligent elToittobe made for ns Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System Cleanses Acts gently on the the L .L !.:. ..? 8. We Indorse, without reserve, the administration of President McKinley, and congratulate the American peo- 'pie upon the conditions of prosperity faad happiness resulting from the and patriotism which he has brought to the discharge of his public duties. We declare our confidence in the policies adopted and the measures taken by the President to restore order and to establish progressive governments in Cuba, Potto Rico and the Philippines, and we pledge htm our continuous support until these objects are fully attained. 9. We reaffirm our adherence to the principals and policies proclaimed by 'the last national Republican conven. tlon, except as to the civil service. We regard it as settled beyond dispute that tbe maintenance ot a sound currency through Republican admins istration and legislation is the foun dation upon which rests tbe most re markable period of Industrial prog ress, commercial activity and general prosperity within the experience of the people of the United States. We commend the recent amendment of the civil service rules by the Presi dent, aud declare our belief that further modifications of existing civil service legislation may be made with advantage to the public service. wis-'do- . I . - .vjw. roa uk w au vmun .ji.v.J mi m m totnt P speeches, and hla youthfulness.abllity and life his history all contributed to Hound CAHCUET3 to be all TOU claim lender him immensely popular with for them. n.l eecured auch roller tha oral trial. that I purchased another supply and u comthe people. lie pursued the work of pletely cured. lehaU only he too clad to recommend Caacarete wUnnr the opportunity teaching in the schools ol his county U prrecntert." J. X Hmitu, mu ouaquoaaaiia aib., ea. until i88j, when he became a candidate for County Clerk, and, after a CANDY contest exciting- and stubborn, as only a local struggle may prove he was triumphantly elected, and won the distinction oi being the first person to defeat a Democratic candidate for that position in the county. He 11 writ, raUuble. l"otnt, Tut Good. to made an efficient officer, read law durOood, herr Bickn, W.kn,cr Grlpo.t0e.ftc.IOa. ... CURS CONSTIPATION. ... ing his 'term, and at the conclusion thereof was admitted to the bar, and was made the Republican nominee for W an4jvtf nttl by alt drag Un.TA.B16 County Judge. This was in 886, and . wktOtr ym Mtt.i tk 11 mu wiu for the first time In the history ol the mii- (r county a full Republican ticket lor aiir.iuinM.ti; MaM. county offictrs was put in the field, a . RftK.1" " i a I iivf .wiarrrimii strict party fight was made, and that zM ticket elected. In i883 he was chosen i"-..- . aeh form. Tak It wtu Oka. aVULBaLaWaltlr.aMrUtaU na, ata. to hi mini a avan... aw, by his party as a delegate to the Rettmm4 rt, f vrfc.d us. manir w wafMi, w ?, publican National Convention, which y met at Chicago. Jn 1890 he was re County and f'bmlnated Judge. As such officer he made a fine THIN record, and was pressed to offer for a third term, but declined to do so. During these last eight years of official life he practiced law and took SALLOW high rank at the bar. In 1886 he was chosen the Third District member of frequently chew ans tnoVt mnnit ol lobtcce and wonder all the Republican State Committee, and Suanlltlssway they lock id bid, feel has been retained as such ever since. to mean. Try undsr aa abioluls guar. I DBTO Dten uvnvira K ktths oraj. product vrllii a torpid llrer, hl-coosllpej-HOD1 Lazy Liver Another notewotthy instance of his legsl ability and conscientious diswas but natural tbsthe shonld cbarge of public duty the giving of incline to a political career. While an opinion to the State Board of Val yet in his teens he was making stump uatlon and Assessment on the subject anibt-tlotn- A BORN OttATOR. Bold, gifted with speech and A Narrow Escape ' .lt .. ataaal a a ot railroad franchise taxes, on which opinion was based the assessment and collection of $220,000 of franchise taxes against the railroads of the State. Aside from his official duties, he found time to lead the fight in the courts against the prison and election laws enacted by the last General Assembly. Notwithstanding his manifold and exacting duties as Attorney General, Mr. Taylor has participated in every campaign since his election to that office. Wherever the fight was fiercest, wherever the Democratic hosts were pressing hardest, there he was to be found upholding the banner of his party and battling for its supremacy. By his unswerving loyalty to its principles and candidates and his in cessant activity and eloquent appeals In its behalf, he has endeared himself to the Republicans throughout the State.and his acquaintance with them has become a personal one. A STRONG CANDIDATE. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, ol Grot'jn, S. D. "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs; cough set in and finally terminated In Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior,determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I gave It a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God, I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial oottles free at J. H. Williams' D;rug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded- Tho Very Best Service Will Bo Given. . ' '' -- the desire of the C. & O. to have nothing but the best car service, and the beautiful vestlbuled train to Afc 13 LISTLESS SLEEPLESS SKINNED to uilni, ante ol fcsnsHt and final euro, or money refunded, Iks taking of a dnglebojc ol AO AH ACTIVS POLITICIAN. NO-TO-B- rseutalei bullda tobacco m makispur rich bleed. Muyrteort a gain of tea pound la .tea days. Gi buy a box. Try U under yoer.ow DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. no narvout fevtlam. 1 author Slat absolute tied to Mil to car. ar.ry guarantee form or tobacco using. Our written fuar; ant., rreo aatnpl. orTobacco Spit and and boolcl.l called "Iion't Smoka Your Life Awar nailed tor th. aaalnir. Addreaa TUB BTr.Bl.lNU ur.w KUY CO., Chicago, Montreal, Uao., M.Y.M iSS riCPaBCTt unlunnai I M.i. m mmi wiiutii, .owWpauo. .!.. nn iljiaa. Meanwhile, in every campaign he was called into the field of active poll tics, and was recognized as the ablest advocate ol Republicanism in the western part of the State. When the champions of Democracy Invaded that section and challenged debate.he was almost invariably put foiward as the representative of bis party. In 1895 the western Kentucky Republicans offered Mr. Taylor as their candidate for Attorney General, .and ia the memorable campaign held in Louisville that year he received the Bducate You llow.la With Caaearrta. nomination over a number of worthy Candr Cataartle, cur. conatlpatlod forer.r, opponents. In the brllllaut cam- lOctdo. liaa0.lill.iJruUtareluiidmonT. paign which followed he took the Large doors awing 011 very small stump and made an active fight, and hinges. Mr. Taylor's Hie history, his record as an efficient officer, bis devotion to public duty, his marvelous energy,hls skill aa a political organizer, these, together with his thorough familiarity with afialra and his splendid powers as a debater and orator, combine to make him a magnificent candidate In the approaching struggle a struggle more significant than any heretofore recorded in the history ot the State. All of those oi whatsoever political affiliation who oppose the course, of Goebelismturn tohlm with instinctive confidence, believing that his leadership in this people's fight shall te-sIn the people's victory in November. In 1B78 Mr. Taylor married Miss Sarah B. Tanner, ol hla native county. Their nnion has been blessed jwlth eight children, all of whoni are living except the eldest', a daughter, who died several years ago. ult be lused Aug. 1 6th will please the most fastidious. Tbe run made with this excursion last year was the' quickest on record and equally as you." good time may be expected this year Spain's Greatest Nood. which makes the trip void of any tedious perplexities encountered so Mr.R. P. Ollvia.of Barcelona.Spain, often. spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Spent a Good Farm Doctoring. Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head. On using Mr. A, N. Noell of Asbervllle, Gtectrlc Bitters, America's greatest Kansas, says he spent a good farm Blocd and Nerve Remedy, all pain doctoring himself for chronic diar- soon left him, He says this grand rhoea, but got no relief and was afraid medicine is what his country needs. that he must die. He chanced to get All America knows that It cures liver and kidney trsuble.purifies the blood, hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's .Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy tones op the stomach, strengthens, and was permanently cured by it. the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & life into every rrjuscle.nerve and organ of the body. It weak, tired or ailing m Bro. you need it. Every bottleguarauteed, A man who is full ot faith is always only 50 cent. Sold by J. II. faithful. Druggist Will-tarns, have enunciated. The struggle which lies before ns is more significant than any which has taken place in the State during the present generation. Shall a Democratic form of Government perpetuated in this proud old commonwealth, or shall it perish from the earth, and be henceforth but a memory? Shalt the most sacred guars anteeofthe bill of rights, that 'all elections shall be free and equal,' re main as the safeguard of a tree people, or shall it be allowed to stand repealed by legislative enactment? These arc the paramount questions which now confront our people for solution. The Republican party stands pledged to and maintenance ot the civil rights of the people, and to the execution and fulfillment of which you have named me, I shall not abuse its prerogatives by an assault upon any Industry in the commonwealth, but shall guard each and every interests with jealous care. Moreover I shall do all I can to develop the great resources of the State and to increase the prosperity of our people; and I shall execise the executive power to maintain law and order and protect every citizen, however humble, or of whatever station. "Gentlemen, with the adjournment of this convention tbe struggle within the ranks of our party ceases, and the people's fight begins. Bearloe the commission which you have just confided, I promise yon that I shsll use every honorable effort to bring about the people's triumph in November. "I thank you; I thank you; I thank large one Lafayette drew his sword and cut it into two eqnal patU, and Accepting tho Ropublloan handing one of them to the sentinel, retired to escape his thanks To Nomination for Govornor ' "'Weh.vt foOTchtldrm, With the flret show how sincere were the thanks it at Loxlngton lastWook one ol three I suffered almost unbearable pains Inm maybe mentioned here that at 12 to 14 hours, and had to be claced trade "Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the public receptions accorded to, the Influence of chloroform. I toed tire General Lafayette, during his visit to bottles of Mother' the Convention: Could I command Frknd before our last d veterAmerica in 18 J4,a words that would breathe and senchild came, which tences that would burn, I could not an shook hands with him and exhibit- - is a strooej fat and tsYa&ea Ttin nlrl nnlrllrr healthy boy, doing express to you the gratitude which frl a tietf ht.nV- -t ' my housework up wells from my heart of hearts for was the sentry who had received the this splendid testimonial of your con- gilt from the General's hands forty, to within two hours i of birth, and aif. J fidence and esteem, One might well selvesyears before. Youth's Cotnpan ) ferectbutsfewfurd I be proud of this nomination, if it iou. pains. This lituVi A came alone from this magnificent asa w A Frightful Blundor mentis the grand- - I laesv semblage ol KcntuckUus; but when est remedy ever' I reflect that it Is the gift of the plain Will often cause a horrible Burn, mad.' people of this commonwealth, borne-tTJucklen'S A"rs me by such honorable representa- nica Salve, the best in the world, will Mother's tives as yourselves, and that your ac- kill the pain aud promptly heal It. tion is unstained by force or fraud, Cures Old Sore?, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Friend I am overwhelmed with supreme grat- Bolls, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erupwill do for ivtty woman what ft Hi he Hat ification. tions. Best Pile cureoneuth, Only 25 mother who write "I accept this nomination upon the cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold Minnesota to use it during the above latter. Not prtgaaacy is a superb platform of principles yon by J. II. Williams, Druggist. mhtsketobtcMJdforinpala and GENERAL TAYLOR'S SPEECH A Wife Says: white-haire- aVrJ J Wi His Answor. Klondike Clergyman Walrus BUI, do you take this yere woman. Slanting Annie, for better or worse? Walrus Bill (frankly) I hope it's tor better, parson; it hain't for worse, anyhow, for she's as bad as she can be right now. New York World. afewdayt. Mother's Friend equips the patient with a strong body and clear intellect, which sa turn are imparted to the child. It "T the muscles and allows thtru to expanf ! relieves morning sickness and nervousness. It puts all the organs concerned in perfect condition for the final hour, so that the artusl tabor is short and practically Danger cf rising or hard breasts is aJtogethet avoided, and recovery Is merely a matter- - H sttrfaf. plnl, That Throbbing Hoadacho Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Headaches. They make Nervous pure blood and strong nerves and builds up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back If not cured. Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist Drutziat. tell Mother's Friend for II a bettle. The Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ca. Send or our free Ulnstrated book. j Tho Fair Sox. Some women think that only a married man can do wrong. A man has not only to fight against the possibility oi what a woman finds out, but also what she dreams about him. If a woman is truly fond of her husband she believes he is "coming down with something" tvtty' time he falls off in his feed. Women will trust their daughters with men under conditions in which they would not trust their husbands with other women. When a girl laughs and looks pleasant when she sees her steady talking-ta womau she dislikes, she thinks what a great actress the world woul4 have gained had 'she gone on thai stage. 'An A(chlsoil' woman "who has worked hard all her life In order that her family might have something saved up is now worn ont and dying. Those who have a good time as they go along are the right kind of philosophers. A girl's idea of disloyalty is to keep a secret trom a friend. When a wife is away from boras she reads her husband's letters through carefully to find something upon which suspicion may alight AtchW son Globe. It Is not tbe length, but the depth, of Hie that tells. IS IT RIGHT For an Editor to Recommond PatontModlclnos? v? rl4 T) Woman's Mission. on perfection of laundry work when just as your shirt Is laundered by our laundry stands alone for excellence of work turned out. Your linen isn't Injured here from chemicals or im proper handling- Only skilled assist a tits are employed, and you can't beat it for beauty of color and perfection of polish. It Stands Alone u, - Richmond Steam Uundnr Ciena Her, agent mi CuUK SEND US OHE DOLLAR I&VStti.'ttT.Vff UUCH1UIR CUi 11D tt(H) MlUm hlWraJ TXBdtlMSI IpIOSk, 1. aiwi ty t oici MiUVfcfiWr ii trftct VSiSiIft'il f?l VCTi-nS1- 8' iwiT TT" till ;ud i.r ItttMlil hi.t. SlH. r? M-K, aBSh-.iSai- n'Kta . u muE c'""! 2? I.M III. II B train: ivr mir Mil phc1! m . T ,'T ar or lit Ii ..Hill. l.nlauli ufcl. Iniull .If In., olia . llklu. ImUm tD.i..Mj o.f dojr,wt K,na, a.lKH. km ...n h.lr, fi.Ty tla IIma n4 ulwla... ..tr. nuktVpltl er..m.uUIUiM Ura. iup, r.nuiu. auAik. tw.iii. IIm4 ..mii.hud .) ar.u, ifcatliit II a rr. larui.h rata jZlnUknii, Hl.iai liblWlllikllrll .Ilk. rv.ry fM. .14 Mf.J.IIr afb-ucrlcld..l.rrc-tlclir.I. .W., .. lr.iwli lullw.. . Mth. (rlabthtot o.lr aumlAill'rM Ir l a ick b aiiViu. HKAR0,OEBUCKA,CO.(lC.iaii:Ca,ia r.) (Un, SmImU see. an laueitilr 5I3.C0 R. ." Ufk-- KV t.y.uri.tl-rit4.WUoa- rllkU.-Xilu- qneatlona about woman's future are constantly asked. Shall women vote? Shall they practice lawf compete with every Bp7 Shall theywoman's mlwloamen infinally Held? may Whatever b. de clared to be, it la certain that something must be dona for her physical health. Ignorance, superstition and mystery surround woman'a delicate organism. Ilerolo efforts to endure pain la part ot woman's creed. Many women's Urea are a constant atniggl.wlthlaasltude) many are violently HI without apparent cause, and few Indeed are la normal health. This ia all wrong and might be different If women would follow Dr, Ilartman'a advice. Perhapa the most practical printed talk to women to be found anywhere U In Dr. Ilartman'a book called "Health and. Beauty," which the Medicine Co., Columbus, 0., will mall free to women ia certain that Dr. Ilartman'a only. It haa proved a perfect boou for women's diseases ot the pelrlo organs. It treats them scientifically and carea them permanently, All druggist sell It. "I received your book and commenced the use of your medicine at once," writes Mr a. II. D, Amosa of Qreensboro, Ua., to Dr. Uartman. "I took five bottle, of of I feel ilka a new woman. When I commenced P.m.n ami hardly walk aorosa my room; now I am doing my own taking I could work and cab walk to church, I ahall neyer cease to thank you for prescribing for m.i X had been und.r tha treatment ot two doctor but never received any benefit until I commencad taking your medicine. I wish every woman Who waa suffering m I waa would Mad far one of your books. May Ood bless you and spare you many yearn to raUsre went who f r. suffering aa I was." Fifty thousand women will be counselle4and prcribd for this year free of charge by Dr. Itartman, president ot the Surgical Hotel, Columbus, 0. All women Buffering from any disease ot the mucous membrane, or any ot the peculiar Ilia ot women, may write to film and the letter will receive hla personal attention. Write for special question blank for women. sirftlB kiPai Sutttttful cempttition in any fiild dtptndt oh physical health. Old Point lets. All druggists relund money ii it fails to cure. 35c. The genuine those who desire to know, we For has L. B. Q. on each tablet tf will say that tbe trip is a raort reasonable one, and can be extended and He who Is coldly indifferent to the enlarged to snlt the convenience of weal of this world is likely to be the passengers. Many have made warmly interested in the woe of the the trip on $35, while those who spent I50 would take In Washington, next Baltimore and Norfolk.and some who bad the time and speqt $75 or $100 BVb1bIHMb1bMb1HIb7-C!SJRi'ibmw"mI would visit New York via. Old Dominion Steamship Co., and take some side trips up the Hudson to Long Branch and Coney Island. Beauty I Blood Deep. dean blood means a clean akin. No beauty without It. Cascarets, Caudy Calhar-tl- o clean your blood sod keep it clean, by stirring up the laiy liver and driving all Impurities from tlie body. Begin today to banian pimples, boiU, blotches. Llackkeada, and thai aickly bilious complexion by tsking CsKsrctt, beauty for ten rents, All drug-giltsatisfaction guaranteed, I0r,2x-,t0e- . CURE A COLO IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- m e Tho Cheapness of tho Trip to (Sylvan Valley News, Brevard. N. C.) It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood the market, yet as a preventive ol suflerinu; we feslit.a duty to. say a good word for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. We have known and used this medicine lu our family for twenty years and have always found It reliable. In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of sutler tag while a physician Is awaited. We do not believe in depending tmpllctly 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 the inception of an attack much suffering might be avoided aud in very many cases the TlHltd HratiwrttegM presence of a physician would not be Ban tie ourunrs required. At least this has been our experience during the past twenty LauT Irrllnll.il years. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin Is the forerunner of consumption. Dr. m & Bro. m m Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure The grace ol sympathy Is purchased end give such strength to the lungs cost of suffering. at the that a cough or a cold will not settle there. 35c at all good druggists, tf Coughed IS Yeara. Slow progress on the mountain slue I suffered for 35 years with a cough, and spent hundreds oi dollars with may indicate rapid ascent. doctors aud for medicine to no avail Long Irritation until I used Dr. Bell's This remedy makes weak lungs is the forerunner to consumption. will cuie strong. It has saved my life. J. B. Dr. Bell's Roswell, Grantaburg, 111, For sale by it, and give such strength to the that Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tt lungs there.a cough or a cold will not Twenty-fivcents at all settle ; A silver dollar made in 1804 sold at good druggists. For saleby Z. Wayne tf Chicago Friday for $1,000 and you can Griffin & Bro. get a like amount for another one if The devil fans the flames of passion and warms himself at the fire. you can find It. i OASVOXtXA. it e RAW AS BEEF FROM ECZEMA! Not much attention is often paid to tha first symptoms ot Ecsema, but It la not Ions before the little redness begins to itch and beginning, and will Itching md Burning of burn.to This Is but thetorture almost unenlead suffering and durable. It Is a eommon mistake to regard at roughness sad redness of the skin as Tills Fiarful Dlsiasi. merely a loeal Irritation ; It Is but an Indica tion 01 a numor in me oiooa 01 terriuio Eczema which I mora than and can not be reached by looal ot ointments, salves, etc., applied to the surface. Tha disease Itself, the real cause of the trouble, I in the blood, although all suffering I produce through the skin t the only way to reaoh the disease, therefore, I through No FAMILIAR 'it Torturi Equal to the Conoral Lafayetto. Look Do everywhere. roa M. sparkllBff ree, health?, and tlnud akin, a iwnt expr.uion are a (race-(- I tbe remit form r Tb.a. attractloua of cood health. II tb.r are atnt. th.re the l.n.rlr.lw.yl.om. flUonl.r ol ILalthy feminine orrana prea.nt. m.n.trual organa mean health and peantjr l Yow Mirror McELREFS Fe-ru-- WInBmfGardui makes women beautiful and healthy. It strike at the root of all their trouble. There is no menstrual disorder, ache or pain which It will not cure. It is for tbe budding girl, the busy wife aud the matron approaching tbe change of life. At every trying crisis in is woman's life it brings health, strength and happlnesc It Costs tl, ln Man-a-Il- For advice in cases requiring tTda Unction, addresa. giving symptoms, " The Ladle' Advisor Departmsot," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tcnn. il.co of medicine dealer. O.ie night during the terrible winter at Valley Forge General Lal)eUe, in mailing bis rounds turuuxb the camp, saw a sentry stingerlng nnd apparently too weak tu bold nu inn, ket The poor fellow was ne irly In Ill clothing wis rg.cd and his cowhide shoes were broken at t'le sides and t , showing his stocking-les- s leet, Lifiyette sppriahel and took the gun out ol the ball insensible soldier'a hand. "Wake up, my man," he said, "no to my hut, and you wjll find a Die, a pslr pf stockings and a blanket. Warm yourself, put on the stockings andbrlog the blanket to me. I will stay here and take your place till you skin-dee- appll-eatio- n. began to spread and grow worn, 7or the past five or six years I have suffered untold agony and had given up all hope ot ever being free from inn disease, a I have ben treated by some ot the best physicians nd have taken many blood medloines, all In vain. With little faith left I began to taka 8. 8. 8., and It apparently made tha Eczema worse, but I knew that this wu ther way the remedy got rid ot tha poison. Continuing 8. r). 8., the sore healed up entirely, tha skin became alear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly ." Boisma Is an obstlntte disease and can not be cured by a reused only a tonla. Swift's Speclfla in. Dioos. T, Jones, of Mlxersvllle, Ind., wrltsi : Mr. Phil "I had Ecsema thirty yeara, and after a n.at deal ot treatment my lee was so raw and sore that It far. me constant pain. It finally broke Into a running sore, and whlefc is it kZTl3 T"l -"lfk,!2tLUrlj3 uSH ft Urn eetEiljr'rJI.T.d CjrWto. Hare I una. bozexa urvns.ef o,.au, I superior to other blood remedies because It eures dla wklek tevef Ot citne back," Halt an hour passed, while the oat reach. It goes to the bottom to the cause of tbe disease- - and will .are the wont ease ot Eesemavno matter what other treatment has failed. II Is General remained oa volunteer duty, the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free trom pUfc. mercury or any with shouldered musket, pacing the other mineral, and never fall to euro Ecsemt, florofula, Contagious Blood Poison, Cancer, Tetter, Rheumatism, Open bores, Ulcere, Bolls, etc.IaeM sentry's beat. Then the soldier reupon S. 8. 8. ; nothing can take It place. 4 S. 8. 8. FOR THE BLOOD UCmrJuL- turned, warmed and revived, bring ,ng the blanket with him, It was a 4 Books on these disease will be mailed free to any address by Swift .". fields Company, Atlanta, Georgia. ,,-, . J iVadMseaLA-suSaiat-'-nf- al.i.i.l t.u?..rft4: . -.- . - .' - f-r j JfTffnfiTT''yffiTffHy'-T- H IV an unfctupulons.lying politician would attempt to deny, Under the Republican rule warrants against the State Imnrri Frldnya bj th UARTrORni'DnLIHIIINIIlltMPANT have come up from a heavy discount Incorporated. at which they were selling under the last Democratic administration, to FON ROORRS KDITl R3. their faco values. Thousauds of dolJno II. Thomas ) lars have been saved to the Slate by the splendid wotk of Attorney GenOf floo on Fox Stroot. eral Taylcr. Tho reform in the takSubscription, SI per yoar In advance ing of the School Census has made it impossible for unscrupulous census ce at Hartford lakers to pad the census and in that Bntered at the as second class mail matter. way saved the State thousands of dollars. These aro a few of the facts and acts of the Republican party that will FRIDAY. JULY at. surely command it to the intelligence of Kentucky manhood. The unwar), ranted attacks of the Meuenger are in keeping with the policy of former Democratic papers. To oppose every great measure championed by tho Re publican party sinco 18G0. Emancipation, resumption of specie payment, protection to home industries, sound financial syttem and other great quesREPUBLICAN TICKET. tions havo uniformly met with storms of calumny and abuse from the Dem I OH (iOVKRNOII, ocratio press. The iruitsot time bear w. a. xjtirrT.OTi. ' ol Ilnllrr Canntj. witness that truth marches on, the calamity howlers to the contrary not' FOR MUtTENAStT-GOVEIlXO703CZT aXATtOTTATiT.. withstanding. 1 1 post-offi- Hartford Republican, Vr 3SKBa3E3ESe 3S533 E'.?l"W - J' 'HIT BOO HOWLS." iJl."J..UJUt:Jl-J- 'U,'X.WWWHHI l.f ln-- i ;i.--l. :". I ItalaTlllr. ran rf.i'iietakv or mtate, IHdmUhiiI;. TOR ATTOBNKY UF.MI'.IIAI., I The Advisory Board of the Bureau of Agriculture of Kentucky at a re. cent meeting authorized the employ ment of lecturers to visit the several counties of the State for the purpose of organizing Agricultural Societies or Farmers' Clubs. Such an organization would be of very great interest and of inestimable value to our farm era. .Laboring men, business men, professional men of every class are or ganized for the purpose of advancing the interests of their respective proTeachers, preachers, den fessions. tists, physicians, lawyers, in fact men of most every profession have their ut respective organizations or the farmers have none. Why should not the farmers be associated in an organization for their material advancement and in which tbey could exchange ideas on different questions of common interest? The Grange or ganization came forth under the cloak of the farmer's interest ; but politics being allowed an high place In the organization began at once to shape its ends and ultimately led to its dissoThe partners' Alliance, of lution. recent years, originated in the South for the sole advancement of the farming interests and farming classes. Instead of confining its work exclusively to the advancement of the farming interest, it branched out into com. merce, established storehouses and depositories; then gave birth to the Peoples' Party. The Peoples' Party from its organization advocated Govern, ment ownership of railroads, steamboats, telegraph and telephone lines, and a a result of its heavy harden and as a natural consequence it went to an untimely political grave. The Farmers' Alliance passed out with the advent of its political babe. A farmers' organization, an organization of any other class of business men for that matter, cannot live if politics be allowed to shape its objects and purposes. Such is tho history of the past. The farmers can maintain an organization if only they keep in view the interest of the farm. Not politics, not religion, but how to make better wheat, corn, tobacco, etc., and at the same time improve the soil, stock raising, etc. should bo the questions con. stantly kept iu view. associa-tions,b- HupUlnX'ouuiy. 5R3TV. JOSS2T O. ton acoitoii, ol llenrbnn Coanlj. FOR TllKAhURF.H, l rW33SlT:n"2 BrenllilllCnnuiy. S'O-ZtZE- FOUSU1T. PUnLIUIXHTIttHTlOX, TOSXXT I C'Miupbrll C'onniy. FOR COM'ROF AClltH.'l'I.Tl'nK, ul l'ayctleCanufy. CAPT, XT. V. TOTWVk.ZSS. ol Ilnllrr Counly. FOR REPREHENTATIVE, FOR (IT AT; NEKATOn, al Deavtr Dam. FOR HAfllNTllATB, . c. arxxsartraax. ol Dundee. Ol t FOR CONHTARLK. JlDg. Tbe Lexington convention was the moet harmonioua ever held in the Htate and nominated a ticket that should challenge the respect of every lover of good government. Six hundred Montgomery county Democrats gave Goebel and his cohorts a shocking blow Monday and this charge of the six hundred is a mere sentinel's alarm or a skirraiob compared to the "Napoleonic charge of six hundred thousand toon to follow" composed of intelligent on the ono side, and on the other Goebel's "gamblers, tbieves,cut-throat- s and acsassins," Ken-tuckia- ns tr I naino, which would stop railroad building in Kentucky,demoral-Iz- o all business, close coal mines 'and throw thousands of men out ot employment; Fifth, in that prior to tho holding of county contentions ho agreed with Prohibition Convontlon. Mr. Stono how all prospective con The Oweniboro Manner, ipeaklug of the record of the Republican party The Prohibitionists of Kentucky, tests were to be decided, and thus will meet in imtaa convention at Lou undertook to set aside as many conn in Kentucky, say? and "It canrot point to a single act. isville, A ii i;, 1st lion. 2d, to nominate ty conventions as were necessary to Suinuul Dlekio, a Ststo tlcko . or a f ct, that will favorably comof. tho State con Albion, Michigan, and chairman of give him control mend It to the intelligence, the Prohibition Kxooulivo vention; ioctnbility or decency ol the tho National 'JommlttBt-,wil- l buiiresHtit. Ifoducod Sit th, in that ho personally prom SUte " Tnat the present Slate admloirtra. rales on all tho railroads havn been ised Cupt. Stone thut If he (Stono) snctired on the certificate plan. The tion has been one of the most ecoiuiHi-ic- Willard hotel will be Imadmiartors, would make tho temporary organiza and roost wisely administered nil rniivuntltin will hi) IihIcI In .MiinIu tion of tho convention permanent he financially, that the Commonwealth Hall. A banquet will be held at the lloelel) would withdraw and cast Ibis instructed votn for Stone, and ovi bad none but an ignorant man or Willard Tuesday evening. d al C. P. Breckinmdge, through his paper, the Lexington ifcrafd, docs Col. C. M. Barnett the honor to say of his speech opening the Lexington convention: "Chairman Barnett turned out to be a better orator than cither he or his friends believed him to be, and it ha9 been freely admitted by bis admirers that he wrote his own speech' He has a style of expression that catches. Re talks more nearly in the neighborhood of the point than the usual Republican orator, and knows how to trim up a climax with becoming grace. When be said the keynote of this campaign would be the AnothorStar. "State of Kentucky against Ooebel-isAnother star was added to the glithe made a philosophic observation. It was the catch exprewion ol tering galaxy of heavenly genii when soul of little Henry the snowy-whitthe convention." Dean was borne aloft on wings of love In last week's issue of the Cenlral to the gilded garden of God. Record, the editor assumed the followSince that holy scene In the garden ing: when tho man ot of Gcthsemane "The Democratic party advoBethlehem redeemed a world, the cates the best interests ol the pro. scenes of human agony are pie. It opposes exclusive privileges in the way ul trusts and about the tombs ot those we love. fatted corporations, etc " The pathway of lilo is strewn with The first statement is a question thorn and atones and burning sands much discussed by all political parties, and lashed by wintry wind and sumeven a puttion ot the Democratic par- mer storms; then why mourn the ty, and The Kehjiiucan challenges death of one so young who etcapes it the veracity ot the atsenion ; but in all and wins eternal happiness? Why the serond we heartily agree, and are weep at the tomb of the babe we love indeed very sorry that he did not exgo Hik of those who have never pand a little, so as to include tho most paused the awful ordeal? But we,who important question yet to be faced by hive followed our little ones down d an intelligent voter, and make It read: into the river of death and grasped in vain at the "The Dtmocratic psrtyopposes exclusive privileges in the way ot ed death barque as it broke from its ttutts, fatted incorporations and moorings, know why. elections." We extend to father and mother of If the Democratic party in Ken the sainted child a sympathy no bu tucky desire to be recognized for Its mau heart can know that has not fairness it should make the Statutes learned it at the tomb of those they read diilerently, There is a decided loved. We pray that God who build-edifference In the reading of tho Stat worlds to bathe their burning lite and the present Democratic State hearts with liquid love, and one day Journals. It appears that the evldeuce reunite them with their angel babe in in the case is agaiust the Itiwd, We lhat faraway home of the soul, would advise that he compare notes J. II. T. with the Statute and revise bis brief. XV. e storm-lashesoul-freig- ht Recognizing the split in its parly and conceiving the idea that tlio breach cannot be healed in the approaching campaign with Goebel at the head of the Democratic ticket, tho Hartford Herald of this week goes into spas modic fits, and rises on its dignity and proceeds to pour hot shot Into the best element of the Democratic party, who have seen fit to rebuko the ac tions of Goebel and the outrageous conduct ot the Louisville convention. Loyal and true Democrats, who hold party above any one mau or set of men, have rebuked Goebel in no un- mistakablo terms and tho revolt against tuch tactics is so strong that our wish-- a washy triends cif tho Herald have had to call on Bos Riogo to dip his witty pen deep down into the burn log ink ot bis cranium and from there belch forth some of his choicest. Standing, as we do, on a platform, supported by a united party, standing for all that Is good, and for all that people of Ken that the liberty-lovintucky want, we can look on the "Kilkenny" fight and stand oil' amid the "din and sounding of the clank' ing'' arras of our friends the common enemy and supinely await the result of the honest yeomanry ofour country, feeling confident that all honesty, de have not left cency and the people of the State,and at the same time feeling that an outraged people 'Will not longer be run over rough-sboby theKcnton bon.and that justice will be done our cause and that the Republican ticket will be elected by an overwhelming majority, it is funny to see the fight. Democrats and those who with them In Free Sliver, Free Trade and individual liberty, must stand op this day and choose whom they will serve. It la nonsense to doubt and dally and delay. It is the Democratic tlcktt named at Louisville, made up of the wisest, strongest and cleanest representatives of Kentucky manhood, upon a platform pledging the party to the reform the people demand, or it is the Republican machine with nothing giving it vitality and hope save the "cohesive power of public plunder." Hartlord Herald. "Good God," said the wood-cocand fell dead. The idea of the Dem ocratic party standing for "Free Sil ver, Free Trade and individual liber ty,'' endorsing a platform that is moro heinous than anything conceived in the dark days of reconstruction, a platform endorsing a law which was concocted to make Bill Goebel Gov ernor of the proud State of Kentucky. A ticket "made up of the wisest and cleanest men in the State," and the wood-coc- k The again fell dead. Democratic ticket from stern to stem fl is made up of the cf the can didates who were before that outland ish convention, headed by a man whose hands have been dipped in human blood, headed by a man who cares no more tor his word than a billy-godoes for an old shirt, we beg to take issue with this conglomeration who go stalking of mixed about seeking whom tbey may destroy. The issue is clearly drawn. The battle is between Bill Goebel and his d vandals, sup crowd of ported by the lowest element of the Democratic party, on a platform against the commercial interest of the State, and between Bill Taylor and a ticket made up of the best manhood In Kentucky, on a platform standing for the State and its best welfare. Take your choice ; we have taken ours, and will fight It out on these lines until the November election. ct d k rip-raat high-hoad- s, high-hande- tlion, having the pernmnont organi zation, he violated this promise and treacherously destroyed Stone. Theso are all matters cUarly with A. Meets in tho record ; they all hear directly on the fitness of Mr. Goebel to bo Death Governor of Kentucky; tlioy do not constitute abuse of Mr. Goebel, but silence on theso subjects by the press Whllo Bathing In Rough Rlvor. would constitute an offonso against decency and good faith as in the Ho Fought Gallantly, but tho which caso of the Courier-Journ- al, Wavos woro Victorious. has not and will not publish either card signed by Capt. Stono. LouisWant Down without a Murmur. ville Evening Post. DROWNED, iFORTTOE WEIGHS BUT .ITTLE, IF PUT . s ON A SCALE mi-VITH n-- nir &$$m&wxiu wmm Claude Stevens a Horrible u i WORTH MORE THAN! A FORTUNE TO EVERY pr-Pierce- 0U TRAGED DEMOCRACY. At a Mass convention held nt Mt Sterling, Montgomery county, over 6oo Democrats assembled and framed Body Rocovorodnftor Bolng tho Wator an Hour and Flftoon Mlnutos. In c, . It The people of Montgomery county were the first victims of the Goebel State Con ventlon Machine. The following res olutions show the Intense telling of that outraged assembly. The resoln tions are as follows: Resolved, That the Democrats ol Montgomery county, in mass convention assembled, do solemnly denounce the proceedings of the Goebel follow- era In this county and the proceedings State convention, dicof the tated and enforced by D B. Redwine, chairman, William Goebel, the police force of Louisville, the Courier-Jou- r nnl and other influences, all hostile to William J Bryan for the nomination for President In 1900 and to the Dem ocratic platform of 1896, as illegitimate and of no binding force whatever upon the Democratic party of Ken the resolutions following. tucky. Resolved, That the name on the so called Goebel tlcktt lor Governor, and all the other SUte offices, to be voted for at next November's election are not nominees of the Democratic party, but were parties to the same fraud and deserve to be repudiated by all true Democrats In Kentucky. Resolved, That we are loyal Democrats and believe that patty organization and discipline are necessary to the success ol the great principles we advocate, and that is our duty to sur render our individual preferences and minor views to the will ol the majority ot the party properly expressed but do not feel bound by the action of a convention in which, by force and traud and treachery, the will of the party and its accredited delegates was overridden by that of one man and his creatures. We ardently desire the success of William J. Bryan in 1900 and of the principles of the Chicago convention of 1896, and in order to succeed we would swallow these frauds If we believe it was best to do so in order to secure that desirable result, but we firmly believe that it Is best for party success In 1900 that we should disavow these frauds and put the unmistakable stamp of our disapproval upon them, and believe we will there by secure the aid ol many thousand men of each State and enable us to win success, wherefore, be it Resolved, That we urge the Democracy of each county in the State to meet at once and appoint from one to three prudent, loyal Democrats to meet with those appointed by this meeting at Lexington, Ky on Aug-ust1899, to consult and advise upon the propriety of calling a convention ol the Democracy of the States to nominate Democratic candidates to fill the State offices at the election next Nomember with power to call such convention and to name the time and place (outside ol Louisville) lor holding the same and to name a temporary chairman to organize said convention, and the time, place and manner of holding county meeting to appoint delegates to the said convention and to provide lor all the organl zttiou necessary and proper for hold Ing same. Resolved, That we invite prudent, discrete and temperate Democrats in each county to write to the party pres? ol Louisville the extent of the dlsal fectlon to the fraudulent ticket in their respective counties, comparing it with the vote lor Shackelford for clerk cfthe appellate court to thus furnish to the meeting at Lexington, on August 2, 1899, data on which to bise intelligent action and we ask them to base their estimates upon the atate ol feeling that will exist at the November election. Resolved, That we Insist that, according to the true principles of Democracy the Democrats of each voting precinct have the light to and should select their members of the county committee, and the members thereol so selected have the right to and should select their own chairman, and we urge them to proceed to do so, notwithstanding the fact a resolution to this c fleet reported to the Stite con ventlon, was suppressed by order ol Senator William Goebel. 2, GOEBEL IS ARRAIGNED. First, in that he in the Covington Ledger of April 0, 1805, published an attack on the personal life of John G. Sandford, so vilo in its character us to be fit only for the brothels. This article led to nn encounter in which Sandford was killed; Socond, In that ns u Senator he pursued a course which brought to him the support of gamblers and and that consequently pool-selle- st he has in Louisville as his oininent helper, Wehmhoff, tho King of the Gamblers' Klan; Third, in that as Senator ho was tho author of a bill regulating elections; a bill justly declared by the Courier-Journ- al to surpass in deformity anything known (luring the carpet-ba- g ora in the South, and mora vicious than anything Brown-lo- w over conceived; The Populists of Ohio county are called to meet at Hartlord, in court hall, at 1 o'clock p. m , July 32nd to send delegates to the State meeting, reorganlzethe committee and transact any other bnsiness that may properly come up. J J BrtACKF.N, Ch'ra'n. Jas P. M11.MJR. Sec'y. In April, 1893, C. S. McLean, ot Daviess couuty, and Wallace Stewart, A Covington jury refused to send both students were on the water boat' Goebel to Frankfort a few years ago, ing when thay decided to row up to and a grand jury taken Irom the State to the mill dam to see some fish traps at large will see that Frankfort Is not that had been built there, they rowed his home lor the next four years. in too close to the dam, were drawn Louisville Evening Post. into the eddy formed by the over poring water and their boat was upset McLean war drowned and Stewart . narrowly escaped. In May, 1 894, Ab Crabtree, of Dav less county, with a company of other . I, BHaam students were bathing In the river at m the point at which Stevens was drown ed. While the company was rowing up stream he disrobed and hung to the rear end. of the boat, paddling in the water as the boat advanced He dropped from the boat prob.ibly In an effort to swim alone. When the com pany, thinking that he whs jet bangIt not due to nervous And ing to the beat, heard his cry for help exhaustion? Things always they had advanced about thirty yards mo so mucn nngnter wnen we from him. Before tbey could rrach are In good health. How can hlra he hud gone down for the last you have courage when suffer-In- g with headache, nervous time. prostration and great physical Claude A Stevens, the eldest sou ol weakness? Sheriff and Mrs S T. .Stevens, was Would you not like to be rid born near Cromwell, about nineteen of this depression of spirits? By removing How? years ago His childhood dajs weie the cause. By taking , spent on his lather's furu and In the One of the saddest accidents ever known to the people of Hertford oc curred Wednesday altei noon at boat five o'clock, on Rough River tbter hundred yards below the mill dam where Claude A. Stevens was drowned. At about 4:30 in the alternoon a company of young men composed ol Dr. J. S. Fltihugh. A C. Taylor, uncle of the deceased, the deceased ind two brothers and several small boys went to the River to bathe None of the company could swim well, but on reaching the river thrj disrobed and plunged into the stream All ol the laige boys made an effort to swim across the creek. At this point it is about loitv yards. In the middle ot the stream the water was about fifteen feet deep. About two thirds the way acrots the stream tbey reached a protruding.submerged limb upon which they all stopped fur test Claude seemed to be unable alone to make the distance,, but was assisted by others of the company. He seem h ed very much fatigued and Dr. remarked to him, "Claude, you can't swim very well, can you?" "Not very much," he responded in a very calm tone. None seemed to realize his inability toswimandhiscalm and manner seemed to have banished whatever anxiety that may have arisen in the minds of the other members of the company. Alter rest' ing a few moments, they all started back to the shore. Messrs. Fitzhugh and Taylor had swum to within a few feet ot the shore when the boys called to them that Claude needed help. Fitzhugh turned at once to his rescue, but Taylor unable to swim but little and being exbansted advanced to the shore. Dr. Fitzhugh and Chester Stevens succeeded in getting hold of the drowning man, but being ex hausted themselves could not save him and he sank beneath murderous waters. He was nervy and struggled to the last without calling lor assistance. The alarm was Immediately given -- ad a searching party of anxious friends, numbering more than an hundred were upon the scene. After a search ot about fi'ty minutes the body was recoveiei. Drs. Wedding, Pendleton, Morton and Bean were present and rendered every possible medical aid, but it was too late. The dark angel had done his work and Claude was in Pitz-hng- WOHjUMM V f; As a natural mult of our elfurts to keep nur arsortiiicnt lull ami strong, to that your fhop-pin- g Interc'sts may bo well protected, the cl.ro ol each busy lesson finds us with many lines that must bo cleared tlmt mut melt away beforo tho nrrival ot our autumn stock. To meet the Mutation, wo begin a Bpecial Clearance we make txceptloially "clean-sweeprice everywhere in our store, and offer unusual shoppiug opportunities fcr you. Thrifty buyers will welcomo this a!f opporit mean tho greatest of raoney-iavlntunities p" ucr a 's r isiiiiii reseription sixkvm W13AK WOMEN STRONG SICK W03IIJN WIiLX voted tii parents and home than he Asa ind never a on moreobee'lent. student he was prompt, energetic ptrstrvriiug, f4ithlill. As a pupil he As was attentive, kind and obedient a noble, upright, honorable Christian young man he was the inual olnnycl bis tlmt-- . In bis death the family sustains nn irreparable loss, the Sunday school and church a devoted mem ber, the community a noble, brilliant. promising youth. Heaven gains a jewel. Funeral services were conducted at the residence ol Sheriff Stevens, after which the remains were followe 1 by a host of lriends to Liberty cemetery, where the lnterrment took place. A fither, mother, three brothers and a sister, together with a host of relatives and friends are left to mourn his loss. vx exten U to the beThe reaved family profoundest sympithy Rni-uiiu- c mt g .7 2 & A low iweep to the prices that are found only here they follow a determination on our part to make the prices clear the stock You'll find it wise to profit by the iplcnilid oflericg. The bargain banner will greet you everywhere and every portion ot our slock proniiet you a saving of money. Lawns 3Jo to 7Jc; Organdies 10c to 15o; While Good !tjc to 20c Misses Slippers, were 85c and 81.00, now 70c andftOo. Ladies' Slippers, were 60c, $1,00, Sl.n0 and 82 50, now 40c, 75c, $1.2.5, $1.50 and $175, to clean them out. Also a lot of Men's Low Cut Shoe at $1 to $1.00. Men's Straw Hats fix your price and take 'em. Millinery good, to close at any price. A s W always fulfills every pledge made you through its ad- VUI USUIIIUUIN, The fact that this store Will II1U1VU Clearance Sale Announcement of interest to every one who wishes to buy economically. We hope to havo you call and see these bargains. Yours for trade, "We have sold many different cough remedies, but none has given better satisfaction than Chamber Iain's," siys Mr. Charles Holzhauer, Druggist, Newark, N J. "It is per fectly sale and can be relied upon in all of coughs, colds or hoarse ness. Sold by Z. Wnyne Griffin & Bro. m Carson Ah 0 Co., Ms?iUkM i Hartford, Ky. t') Attontlon, Machlno Mon. McIIenty Machine Co., Mcllenry, Ky., have a lull line of Fittlngs.Pipe, Hose, Packing, etc., nt lowest market prices. Are prepared to do repair wcrk on Machinery of all kinds, Grey Iron and Brass Castings. tf a"co7l eternity. This is the third Instance of drown Ing in Rough River bere within a litTwo occurred tle over six years. within fifty feet of the same point, and the other at the mill dam. m The place that July holds in the calendar makes it a month of clearing sales and low prices. We still have a good stock of Spring and Summer Merchandise on hand,and these goods represent cash and consume room, both of which we need in order to prepare for the next season. The month is nearly over, and we havo made away with the greatest part of tho surplus of Spring and Summer Goods. stoQtf, Vv'e may still farther reduce oar we are offering some great bargains, which wethmare Worthy of yoar attention: I BMOAIN MONTH. Sat in order lhat NOTIONS. HexMi r i.u v ; IV-- Depressed We sell you a good pair ladles' hose for 5c, or six lor 35c; better grade 10c, or three for 15c. One lot ladles' black hose 15c per pair, or two lor 25c, worth oc per pair Ladles' ribbed vesta 5c to 35c. Ladles' and gentlemen's belts 25c to 35c, worth 33c and 60c. A nice line puff bosom shirts in all sizes go at 50c, actual value 75c. Gentlemen's nice balbtlgan undersells only 20c, regular 35c goods j better grade 25c, worth 50c. Men's drilling drawers 3oc, or two pair for 35c, regular 25c quality. One lot men's bleached drill. Ing drawers go at 5oca pair. worth 75c. There la no better line carried In Ohio county than we carry. We will sell you a boy's nice straw hat for loc, worth 3oc ; better grades from 25c to 50c. Men's nice atraw hts for 25c, regular 35c goods. Men's and boys' wool and fnr hats at 35c to $4 If you need anything iu tbla line call and see us. We are ante (0 please you. HATS AND OAFS. CLOTHING. Twelve pair boys' knee pants, sizes 6 to 15 years, regular 35c pants, go at 25c per pair. Boys' suiUl(k nee . 650. worth Twenty four boys' suits (It nee pants) $1 49, would be a bargain at $1.75 We can show you a . ualna Tfl line At 9 rA tnnf r men's clothing we will sell you a nice sun tor 2 75 tnat would be a bargain at $3 50. We also have a beautiful line running from f6 to $10, Come to see US when YOU need a mult and vou are sure to carry one home with you. pnt) country hchool, where he manifested and cultlvrtrd an extraordinary love for ttudy When bin lather was elect ed Sheriff nl Ohio county, Claude was made office deputy. So well and faithfully did he discharge his dut) ad- Fourth, in that ho as a Senator tried to make a law of a bill bearing pers, regular $t goods, go at 75c One ioi 01 cniiurens suppers, sizes to 6's, regular 75c quality, go at38 59c One lot. Sizes 'a to 8'a In hlarlr nrl.n former price $1, will close out at 79c One lot 8' to la's in black or tan, cheap at $1.35, go at $t per pair One lot, sizes I3's to 3's. big bargains at $t So, go now at $1 29. Wecairy a "- men a ana coya' line shoes in black Or tan for i tn 4. m n.i. Give us a trial In this line and we are sure 10 sell you. In men's heavy goods we will give you a good solid shoe for t. nrhl.l vain. . nr. also have a lew pair of men's heavy vj tuiiiuy, 10 jro at $1 41. SQOES AND 8LIPPEK8. Ladles' black slippers 50c, actual value 7c. Ladles' black nr inn .up gr-c- -- ., ., Good calicoes, worth cp. t 111 no at 4c; 4c calicoes at 3c Nice line apron and dress ginghams, wotth anywhere (rum 6c to 8c a vard. ro at ce illeach cotton 4c. Heavy domestic ike per yard or 4c by the bolt. We alo have fine line ot wash goods In Lawns, Piques, Linens, Percales, which go at xreitlv reduced fimires. m SrAPLE DEY GOODS. tnat he won the cntfi'lence and miration ol all who knew him. It bat "An Empty Sack cannot Stand been sal.l by a large number of prom inent buslne-- s men that no better Upright." deputy ever served the people than Neither can poor, weak, thin blood Claude Steven. When command-nourish and sustain the physical sys to go, he went, and never a word was tem. For arengthof nerves and mus heard Irnm him. cles there mnst be pure, rich, vigor Ills service was of inestimable value ous blood, flood's Sarsaparllla Is to his lather, whose delicate health the standard preparation for the blood makes it Imp iMbl for htm 1 attend and Its many remarkable cures and closely ro the lmfncis nl the office. the (act that it does everybody good His accuracy in and devotion to busiwho takes it prove it is just what you ness established full omQ lence In his need If you are weak and languid. father, and when away the father felt Hood's Fills do not gripe, All tha.t all w.i well and snftf (a the care druggists, 35c. of his devoted son. It ha been thep'eiureof the writ Doit Tit" Sail u uA Yr lift Aw.r. To quit tobacco mII and lormr, bamif er, Intlinitely to know thedcveaixd nll, lull ot UK,, nirt 4 lf or, Ulta ma a from childuood, as a titl(bhor, tat lUt mlm weiU tronf. All dnifiUU, WcorSI. Cut j tutrta-- elite, school uuteaud atulent. Hod. Booklet sad ml tut. Aiinttl Burling Iltmed Co, CklctfO or Htw York. Never was a young una wore de- d 1 wnniltr-worker. 1 trusting you will como and got some of theso bargains, we are, yours truly, It gives activity to all parts lhat carry away uieles and poisonous material from your body. It removes the cause of your suffering, because It sit Impurities from your blood. Send for our book on Nervousness. To keep In good health you mutt have perfect action of the bowels. Ayor's Pill cure constipation and biliousness. WrMa v So thankint? VOU for nnnf fnvni nml We want your Eggs, Feathers, and Ginseng. An Epidemic of J.E.FOGrLE&CO. Diarrhoea. Notloo. ol-Ji- to oiw J Oaearok, w !! m MMtlll Mill.r. ,.VUlji fc4i(runilr,lr.wiUi(ta'ik Madllloa. f Ui witlt rn, UU.UM. Mr. A Sanders, writing- - Irom Cn. coannt Grove, Pis., says there has oeen,qaitean epidemic of diarrhoea there, He had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chimhor. lain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, He says he also recom, mended It to others and tbey say It I .. he bert medicine .alebyZ WayneGrlOlnA Dro. ' ui thvur All parties having claims or debts against the estate n Wilson, drceaked.afe hereby notified to present sime fnr payment to the undtrslgued adralnUtmlor of naiil ertite on or re the 1st dv of Augttot, 1899, ox snen claim 1 wjll be Iwrred. This Jum- 28 1894 John L Wtmo.v Adm'r, I Jout n Wllvn'i "tatc, he-lo- oirr IT'S That Fair EL OIIER lilt CBUNTRY " Trust IHeach (do lime) Meu'a heavy Suspenders Sample line Ladles Vest taped neck 6c; regular 10c quality. Towels 60c Parasols T Yard-wide Ufl-ln- seems hard to lenst money. Now is you chance to save Bear may be a great blessing. money. A new, big lino of everything ior Let us take a lesson from the rough weather of Spring. It mid-summwear. Head our prices. Com- Is doing good despite appear- that perplex behind, join the patty prices with our quality. ances. Qeanse the system to O.d Point, Aug. 9th, which will pare aOord you will thoroughly rout out all invigorate such diversion as you re " you and prepare to Impurities from the blood enter anew upon your duties when Ladies fast Black I low q0 Men' heavy Sucki fa with that greatest specific. yon return. er & Co. soil the best goods for the Not to Appearances." Ihat which The teachers oi the county will meet CENTERTOWN.KY. with a happy surprise to learn that Mr. L. C. Brown is much Improved the per capita for the current year will be $2.60. Teachers In calculating In health, since our last writing. Mrs. Fannie Davis, after suDerlng their meager earnings ior the present school year can safely reckon the per several days with Indigestion of bowels and stomach, Is Improving slowly. capita at $2 60. Little Bessie Hilt is yet confined Lay aside your business cares, room on account oi her broken household duties, and leave things tb her leg". Hi Ti CuLLINSi Ii. other SPROIAIaS. fo 0c Hood's Sarsaparilla, """ Iloys rtpce Men's black Luster Coats Nice linen Suits Clay Worsted Suit Extra grey Tricot HuiUIO. Others want 110 for same. 60o Cbllda wash Suit See us before buying. Men's wool Pants $1.25. Best line In Hartford. 1 ants 1 OUtll S lOOg 1 aDlSa t OIaOTHING. ...........,,....... ..,.,,,,, ...... SHOES. ." 5c 3P0 25c .000 $1,00 1.08 3.60 "" Ladies fine button or lace Shoes Men' due Shoes, lace or congress Best on earth $1.60 Men's One Shoes. Good jiraln plow Shoes lljys box calf Shoes Child Slippers Ladles Tan Slippers Ladies Black Slippers $1.00 1.00 1.00 ,.$1.00 00c to 1.00 76c 60o We have just received a carload oi Instead of sleepless nights, with con- Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and sequent irritablenets and an undone, Drills of the best make to be had and tired feeling, you will have a tone and a bracing air that will enable you to snter are prepared to save you money on Call and see Into tnrj day's work with pleasure. alt kinds of machinery. Remember, Hood's Jntrrr di$appoint$. us before bnylng. Agents for Mc- opsntion Cormlck's, the King of harvesting Scrofula Buncfiesj-Hbtlped my son Umporsrlly for scrofula machinery. bunetxs on bis nck, bot Hood's Sarsspa Hbnry Field & Sow. rill caused tbtm to disappear entirely." Mas. Luns A. Ciirmu, SI Wadsworth Mr. Asberry A. Bryant died at his Street, JUrtford, Conn. morning I bars Catarrh" troubled bid no return of the home near Roslne yesterday flux. He me for jeers, since at. 12:30 a. m of typhoid which uurrb Baritparlllr, Hood's cured me." Mae. Joa Mi anu, WaiMnt ton 8U, Oedenibarc, N. Y. had been sick thirty days when the -- " Notblnt rtlleTed me of end came. Mr. Bryant was about 65 Dyspepsia my dyepepila until I took Hood's Sarsapa It cored rill. every me and I can eat three rood years of sge and leaves an aged wife day. I tire It to my children meals 111 ol a compll Is erery sprint.'' Paip Pomlib, 137 South who now dangerously cation ol diseases. Funeral services Perm Btreet, Indianapolis, Ind. will be conducted at at Bethel, near y Horton, at 12:30 and the body laid to rest in the Bethel cemetery. An Mr. Andrew Wade has recovered irom his rheumatic trouble. Rev. T. M. Morton and wife have moved to Mr. Dave Baldwin, oi Beaver Dam, was here last week on business. Mr. Williams, of Pleasant Ridge, Is visiting his daughter, Mrs Frank May, ofthis town. Mrs. O. B. Boskett hss returned home after a short stay In Hartford, where she attended the Normal. Mr. W. M. James.of Butler county, wss here last week hunting strayed horses. Master Fred Hudson, of Hartlord.la Live-more. fit!: 1 1111 Hi Ik &-- . And here's a chance to make the best of both. It's thi save money on goods you have to buy. It's luck that we'd rati.jr lose proht than lose sales. So we can help you and you can help us. Let's do it: $' JfJis visiting hlsgrandmother.Mrs. Fannie nQ0d& SaUabarttta . .i Davls,here. Mr. Henry Hocker, who wss crip Skirts worth ICo, our prico 10c. pled several weeks ago, by a horse falling on him, Is slowly improving. Handsome French Organdies,worth25oand 35o, Mr. 'H. H. Davis, has been enploy- must go,,lDo. Fine Irish Dimity, worth 20o, our ed to teach the school at Central a prico 12 Grove this next term. Pearl. -i 1 Fancy Piques, regular ICo goods, ourprice 0c. l-- 2c. -- Scotch Lawns, would bo cheap at Gc, our prico 3 Dimities, worth Gc, our price 4 Handsome Bedford Cords the latest thing for l-- 2c. l-- 2o. Wash Goods. Corsets. Ask to see our Comet Corset, worth 75o,our price 50o. The New Woman High Bust Corset, worth 75c, our prico oOo. Seo our Masoott Corset, in Black, White and Drab, worth 75c, our closing-o- ut price 40o. All better grades of Corsets at prices the following brands: II. & II., Kabo and Thompson'sglove fitting. These are the olosing-o- ut Child Drownod. four-yesr-o- ld loading Corsets in the market. SHIRTS. Big line sample Shirts at 60o on the dollar. $1 00 fine shirts 76c fine Shuts 60c fine Shirts Fine Silk bosom Shirts Beautiful Pull bosom Shirts Men's wqrk Shirts MID-SUM 50c 38c 26c tl.00 60c 25c; 36c and 60 Latest in Sailors Beautiful trimmed RR MILaUINRRY. to $2.60 36c bat Jl.OOup These goods we are closing A pleasure seeking crowd of Hartford's young people left on an ex curslon for Bowling Green last Tuee Tired nature cries out for rest snd day: Capt. and Mrs. J. G. Keown, recuperation, and there Is no better Misses Mabel Hocker, Lillie Thomas, time to get both than on the Old Etta Thomas, Edna Griffin, Nola Her, Alice Stafford, Sadie Austin, Nell Point trip Ang, 9th. Austin, and Messrs. Jas Sanderfur, Rev. G. B. McDonald.oi Greenville, Henry Nail, A. D. Busklll, Oscar will preach the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Bishop, U. S. Carson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Byers, deceased, at Shlloh church A. E. Pate, They returned yester on the fifth Sunday In July, HmS-- immii n nil. ... Utm IU..U. tw4fTHlltaa4 u. wita h4'i a.r..i ont regardless of former prices. h Pretty Flowers. Chiffons, Ribbons, Laces. Beautiful wide Madras Cloth.. 12Jc. Sheer Mrs. J. II. Wilson and daughter, )rrindira..5c. 7c. 10c. White and figured Piques.. 10c Silk Ging Miss Cora, of Spring Lick, are visit Solid Organdies.. 10c. Fancy Organ lug Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. H. L. hams. .33c. India Linens. dies. .8c anu llM. we snow more oi inese gooas man oiner comDincs. vuu Thomas, near Snlphur Springs, this us or sepd for samples. week. 0wt huveri investigate before buvinsr. and that means that we sell tbem. The Infant child oi Mr. and Mrs. We car We have no burdensome expenses. WhtT because we bur richt J. M. Porter.ol Beaver Dam, died July ry tho biggest stock. Wo have the lowest prices. 1 6th and was burled the 17th at Liberty. Complication of diseases caused We Ginseng. Its death. Wool Yard wide Percals.. very latest fnrwaisU Peicals..l2Jo WASH GOODS. Sea Island Perca!s..9c. 7c h Linen Suits to close ont at $1.50 and $2.50. Luster Coats 50c to $2.50. All Summer Clothing at less than cost. Carson & Co. wantvour Eggs.your Chickens.your Feathers, and m ITFORD TEMPLE0FFASH10N Fair & Co., Prop'rs. We Want When in need of Smoke Stacks, Grate Bars, Inspirators, Governors, Brass goods, etc., call on McHenry Co , Manufacturing & Machine McIIeniy, Ky. tf Estrayed Irom my residence, in Hartford, one blue cow about nine years old, dcborned,was giving milk. Anyone finding her will please report to this office. On account of the Popnllst State Convention, the I. C. R. R. Co. will sell round trip tickets to Louisville Inly 36th, good till July 29th, at one fare. and one-thir- d Henry, the little son and Mrs. W. S. Dean, was drowned at Dundee, lsst Friday. Mr. Dean is of the firm of llenfrow & Dean, proprietors of the Dundee Flouring Mills. Mr. Dean's residence is only a short distance from the mill and at noon Mrs. Dean sent the little boy to the mill to tell his papa to come to dinner and when, a half hour later, ,Mr. Dean came to tho house dsy. without having seen the little fellow, The petit jury for the August term they became anxious about him and of the Ohio Circuit Court will be com began a search ior him, and when posed of the following named persons: they failed to find bira elsewhere, the Wayne Paxton, Fount Smith, J. H. of the and Westerfield, H. L. Render, I. S. Stev- water was let out ens, J. W. Davenport, B. B. Collins, those preefit were horrified to find T. B. Ambrose, J. R. Addlngton, W. the lifeless body of the child at the P. Render, J. J. Fulkerson, J. J. Stew- bottom of it. Willing hands soon art, I. R. Mosley, S. P. Taylor, J. H. lilted the little body from the watery Wood, T. Jahn, T. A. Shaver, J. C. tomb and every effort was made to Peters, F. Ward, J. D. Crowe, F. T. restore life, but it was too late. Rev. Jackson, D. L. Baldwin, Joe Petty, G. IUtclifl conducted the funeral services, W. Bennett, T. S. Jett, C. E. Hardin. after which tho littie body was laid to Coroner L. W. Hunt was summoned rest in the Fitzhugh cemetery at Sulto take charge oi and investigate the phur Springs. of Mr foro-bay Notwithstanding the advanco in all cotton goods, just for a few days we will glvoyou 10 yards good style Dress Prints for 3 2o per yard limit 10 yards to a customer. Good yard-wi- de Drown Sheeting, worth Co, our price 3 8ic. Extra heavy, regular 0 4o goods, Bleached Cotton, our prico 5c. Good yard-wi- de would be cheap at 5c, our price 3 8--4 0 In 5 and 10 yard lengths,limit 10 yards to a customer. Better grades worth 6 our price 4 3--4 c. All better grades in proportion. l-l-l-- 4c, Domestic. Clothing. Our lOper cent, discount on Clothing has proven a groat success, and still anxious to make room for our now stock of fall Clothing, which is now being m&do for us, we will make some special prices on HOSIERY and NOTIONS. Ladies' fast Black Hoso Co per pair. Ladies' extra heavy Black and Tan lOo per pair, or 3 pairs for 25o. Ladies' ribbed Hose, worth 20c, our price 15c, or 2 pairs for 25c. Men's heavy Half Hose Co per pair. Men's extra Fine Black and Tan. Half Hose, regular ICo goods, our price 10c, or 3 pairs for 25c. Men's fancy Hoso ranging in prico from ICo to 50c, would be cheap at 35 per cent, mora money. Ladies' Vest, extra nico taped, worth 10c, our price 5c. Ladies' extra fine Balbrigan Vest, worth 15c, our price lOo. several lines. As a starter: Boys' knee pants lOo per pair. Better grade, regular 85o goods, our price 10c. Boys' Linon Suits Coat, Vest and Pants ages 15 to 10, regular $2 goods, our closing-out price $1.25. Job in Men's Linen Suits, our buyer picked up a few suits, regular $5.00 goods, so wo can sell them at 1.03 a suit. Get ono before they are all gone just the thing for summer. Men's Furnishing Goods. The knife goes in this line. Fancy Percal Shirts, regular 50o goods, our price 25o. Better grades at 50o and 00c, worth 05o and 75c. Men's work Shirts, would bo cheap to Call Your Attention ; jVUsses Shoes, Chil- To the fact that we have now on hand a large and well selected stock of Indies', Men's Aen's, Boys' and Col. W. Fred Long has resigned dren's Nothing. mentioned lines. We mean business and if you are in need of these goods it will pay you to come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is new and in every respect. up-to-dat- the NOT THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the above stocked, wo will for As wo do not wish to carry any of these Goods overin fact we are rather over- his position as operator at the Beaver Dam depot and S. B. VanMeter, of Caneyvllle, has charge of the business at that point Field & Son have secured an extra stable and now have ample room to accommodate all their customers. The politest attention and the best ol feed for yonr horses. Charles L. Weddlnsr, of Snlphur Springs, late of the 3rd Ky. Inf., has enlisted In Co. C. at U. S. V. Inf., and Is now at Fort Thomas, Ky., on the way to the Philippine!. e S. Levy c& Co., Beda. Ky. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY If you intend going to Old Point, hand your name to R. R. Agent at your place so provision can be made The trlsl oi tbree members oi the for you, and be sure to secure your Board of Trustees of the Fordsville berth at your earliest convenience. Anthony Walker family poisoning ac cldent which wss mentioned In TliK Republican last week. The Coroner empaneled the jury and after a very rigid examination of the witnesses by attorney for the Commonwealth, Mr, Shelby Taylor, the following verdict was returned: "We, the jury, em paneled by the Coroner ol Ohio county, Ky., to Investigate the cause ol the death ;oi Emma Walker, find, after hearing the testimony oi the witness es, that deceased came to her death by taking poison, at whose hands, the jury does not know. This July 14th, 1899." Mrs. John Sandusky died at Horse Branch last Friday. Mr. Sandusky moved to Arkansas last spring from Narrows, in this county, and the health of his family was such that his advised him to leave physician Arkansss at once. Mr. Sandusky pnt his wife and children ou the train to return to Kentucky, expecting to follow them a few days later. Mrs. Sandusky arrived at Horse Branch on Monday before her death and gave birth to ,a child ten minutes after reaching that point and died on Fri day following as stated above. Mrs. Sandusky leaves three children, In cluding the child of recent birth, which Is getting along nicely. JINGO, KY. at 45o,our price 25c. Men's at. DAM. I.OOAI. THIKTAHI.KBEAVKW T 1. 1.. 31. iop,iu. ana, i"k.i MniI SIM, LackI rr.lgkt ttiOSa.u. H.nlh aol.PMl " a, 1131, Frmhi AcMIU'tHlMlioa VlSS p. a. s. ll va4t"x. .,"''!!!' . Field's 'bus meets all trains at Beaver Dam. Miss Kits Crowe Is visiting In Bowl-InGreen this week. g Mr. Fred W. Boycesnd wife went to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. Wm. Potts, of Sulphur Springs, was In town Wednesday. Prof. Wm. Foster made us a happy call while In town Tuesday. Farming Implements of all kinds, for sale by Henry Field & Son. Mr. J. M. Holloway, Roslne, called at Tub RuronucAH office Tuesday. Go to Westeifield & Miller's for frest meats, lard, bscon and chickens. Mr II M. Ross, ol Echols, made this office a pleasant call Wednesday. Sheriff S, T. Stevens attended the funeral of Mr. Rurlck Chick Wednes. day Mr. JohnT. Moore Is visiting' his brother, Mr. Kd Moore, of near Nsr rows. Mrs. Bvellue Foremsn, ol Sulphur Springs, Is seriously ill of nervous trouble. Mrs. Lizzie Angel, oi near Crom well, Is very 111. Not long since she met with a serious accident by falling, Prof.aud Mrs. T.J. Morton returned Her extreme.old age, together with a Tuesday evening from their wedding complication of diseases, makes her tour In Illinois. recovery very doubtful, Mr. G T. Westerfield is again all The many friends of Mr. Rurlck smiles. It's another girl, born Sun Chick will be grieved to learn oi his dsy, Jnly 16th. death. See obituary by Judge Jas. P. Judge Miller and family attended Miller in another column. The joins the neighbors and the burial of Mr. Rurlck Chick at Lib erty Wednesday. friends of the deceased In sympathy with the widow and children. Mrs. R. K. Bean, ol Sulphur Is visiting relatives at Ow- Springs, Ladles who have no escorts can ensboro this weeV. take this trip feeling that especial been made tb see that Miss Flossie Bennttt, ol Owens provisions has family of her they have every attention, and lack boro, Is visiting the (or no courtesy, Those desiring In' uncle, Mr. Jo L. Carson. formation should write W. A. Wit Mrs. Robert Wilson and children, gns, S. P. A., Hopklnsvllle, Ky. of Arkansas, are visiting relatives Mr. Henry Griffin will In a lew days near Cromwell this week. open up a general hardware store in We are closing out our Lawns and the house vacattd by Mr. Geo. Klein. "To err Is human," but to continOrgandies ior less than wholesale Fait of his stock came up on stesmer ue the mistake of neglecting your Carson & Co. prices. Scioto Tuesday evening. Mr. Griffin blood is folly. Keep the blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. S. D. Taylor, of Beaver Dam; proposes to do business on an extenDrs. Smith, ol sive scale and will doubtless soon B, N. Patterson and J. S. Marriages. McIIenry, were In town Wednesday. build up an excellent trade. A. &f. Smith. ik. Mellenrv. to Mat- Mr. Ben D. Rlugo and son, Pryor, Mr. Campbell Hardy, representing tie E. Maddox, 22, Rockport. Elmer Barnard, 38, Beaver Dam, to will leave tomorrow on a shoit visit the Bvsnsvllle (Ind) Coutler, and to Mr. Ben Duncan, of Union county. who reported the proceedings ol the Allle Holloway, 28, Beaver Dam, W. M. Herach. (8. Dundee, to Mag Green River Valley Improvement Olaton, Messrs. W S, Gslnes, Jo Harder. meeting at Rock port, Ky for gie Crnbtree, 58, Co's Jacob E. Coleman, 28, Magan, to Clarence Smith, A. S. Woraley. Dr. that paper Saturday, Is In Hartford Btvle A. Brown, 17, Magan. M. C. Catty and L. W Oodsey.Fords- this week and paid this office a pleas Monday. Jno. G. Keown, 27. Hartiord, to vllle, were In town ant call. Bertie M. Morton, 21, Hartford. Don't tail to come In this snd next Msnuel Brooks, 20, Fordsville, to The Ohio County Teachers' Instiek to secure a banraln Mwns.Or tute will convene In Hartford July 31st Lucy Kirk, 20, Fordsville. Wm. Brite, ai, Cabot, to Minnie gandlesi Straw Hats, Linen lists and and continue five days. Every teach. M. Jones, 14, Jones. uaksom k uo. Millinery Poods. cr or person holding a certificate Is Mm. Caroline Au.tfo.ot near Beav- - earnestly requested to be present and Notlco. nnim. la lvlntr at the point of death prepare for any part of the work oriinAl TrmiHi or teachers are In Weave Malln. which may be assigned them, If you vited tolcall atZ WayneGrlffln&Bro's at herson'soln-law.M- r, map of She has been confined to her room fir can't come every day do not expect a Drug Store and get the latest a while, with Consumption and certificate ot attendance. Come the Kentucky and Tennessee free for use quite 7 la the schools of Ohio county, first dsy and come prepared her death is expected si any nour. Graded Common School District was set for Monday, but Judge Owen's modifying bis opinion to take effect July 28, caused the matter to be post poned indefinitely. This modification ol the opinion rendered by Judge Owen gives the parties aggrieved am pie time to go before a Judge of the Court of Appeals ior a further hearing The question oi their complaints. now to be beatd In court Is: "Does a Connty Superintendent have thean-thorlt- y and right to remove a trustee or teacher for neglect of duty .Immoral conduct, or other disqualifications ?' Judge Owen decided that under the taw and an implied decision ol the Court of Appeals that a County Superintendent does have anthotlty to remove trustees snd teachers for neglect ot duty, Immoral conduct or other disqualifications. However, be ex presses a doubt as to the constitution allty oi the taw referring to this mat ter. Rev. Dodson filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Messrs. John, Henry and Jim Allen visited Mr. O. R. Tlnsley last Sun day. Mr. Milan Coppagc Is quite sick at this writing. Mr. J" C. Wesbrooks and daughter, Miss Luis, of Warren county, are visiting .relatives at this place. The singing was given at the residence oi Mrs, Florence Allen last Wednesday night in honor of Miss Lula Westbrooks. Mr. Robert Smith Is on the sick list this week. Mr. George D. York.ol Whltesviile, visited bis uncle, Mr. Clay York, last Saturday and Sunday, Mr. Estill Oldham and family, of Beaver Dam, visited Mr. Obed Chap man and family Sunday. Mr. Thos. Massie was the guest of Caney Daffron last Sunday. Mr. Willie Dever, who has been quite sick for the past month, Is able to be out sgain. Mrs. Susie Arraendt visited her mother, Mrs. John Duke, Saturday and Sunday. Master Ernest Tweddell, of Hartford, was the guest of his cousin, Tol bert L. Chapman, last Sunday. Mr. James Ballard has been making regular trips to Mr. Albert Cox's lor the past six months. It Is supposed that he Is on a trade with Mr, Cox. Mr. Walter Gray, of Daviess county, Is visiting friends and relatives In this community at this wilting. Todcii Ma Not. Remember, we have the name of carrying the largest and best stock of Shoos in Hartford, and prices way below other competitors. We start Ladies' Shoes at 75o and go to the finest Shoe made. Men's Shoes, all solid leather, $1.00. All better goods at the same low prices. We respect- Shoes Jersey Bibbed Shirts and Drawers, worth 35o, our prico lOo. Balbrigan Shirts and Drawers, regular G5o goods, our price 48o. Men's Balbrigan Undershirts only, worth 40c, our price 25c. Men's and boy's good Balbrigan Sweaters,would be cheap at 85o, our price lOo. Better gT&des, worth 75c, our price 40o. A Few Specials Men's double and twisted cottonade pants,worth 50o, our price 35c. Extra nice double and twisted pants, worth 65o, our prioe 45c. Regular 75o pants fully invito you to give our stock a close inspection. go in this sale at 55a per pair. Remember we give away a beautiful Picture free with every $10.00 purchase. Ask for one of our picture cards. We buy all kinds of Country Produce. Highest market price paid for any thing you have for sale. KItilfttM& R.T.C0LLINSHARTF0RD can be said of his life than this. The best evidence of a good msn Is his strict adherance to-- Vie advice of a good father. Out he is gone, father, mother, wife and children will miss him sadly. Most we weep for him, yet we can't help that, but let us look net In the grave, but look above for the appear lag ol our lost friend, and In looking above we shall receive that healing dew from heaven which Is a balm ior every wound. This Is a sad dlspen satlon of providence, but we must turn irom this and with David of old, let us say. ''Thou art God; and be sides Thee there Is no other." A better good man li gone, the world because he lived In it Look to Him who has promised to be a husband to the widow and a father to the orphan, J, P. MlLLHR. TbutU In Momory. Rurlck Milton Chick is dead. He was born March 6, i860, professed re Hglonat the age of 13 years, joined Beaver Dam Baptist church about the same tlmeol which heremalned aeon slstent member until his death, which occurred at 2 o'clock a. m, July 18, 1899 He was married December 7, 1882, to Miss Annie Stevens, who with two children, Myrtle, aged 14 and Forest, aged 3 survlvn him, Rurlck Chick wss my neighbor for 17 years and I think I knew him. Modest and unassuming, honest and obliging, In dnstrlous and frugal, He was ol that class of men who are the bone and sinew of the American nation. Yes, he was my neighbor, I knew him. Did you need help, Rurlck, was ready, were your family sick no one was more ready to assist thsn he. He made no display, he blew no horns, but he wss the noblest work oi God's band, an bonest man, Aud like Daniel of old, he proposed that he would not defile himself with the king's meat. Nothing could tempt him from the path of duty. What lured other young men from home and father and mother held no most exattention lor him, emplary way he observed the first commsndmeut with a promise to obey your parents that your days maybe long on the earth. Prom childhood be was obedient to tie least wish ol his father, and alter he become a man he did nothing without the advice and consent; ol bis father, what more OAMVOnXA.. Cca t Ita '" M" Kwr. tied Tho Mooting at Rockport. The Green River Valley Improve ment and Immigration AisSclatlon met at Rockpoit Saturday, Delegations irom a number of towas throughout the Valley were present. Hartford with her characteristic public spirit, 1 uyHUMMt consumption! new stop hirsute Mm (swarm. Then whv stoa (Uns! Ithe wr J sent Judge James F Carson, Hon. T. J. Smith and R. T. Her. A rccep tlon committee headed by D. P. Glbbs, met the visiting delegates on their arrival and Rockport Cornet band made the welkin ring. The associa tion met at the Saptlst church In the afternoon. The meeting was called to order by president James F. Carson and Prof. R. L. Barnes, president of the Green Riser Academy, delivered a welcome address on behalf oi the citizens, paying an eloquent tribute to the Green River country. Follow Ing the reading and approval ol the minutes of the previous meeting held atCalhoon, W. P. Green, the general Secretary, delivered an Inspiring ad dress, setting out the wonderful re sources ol the Valley.and calling spe. clal attention to needed development along the line of Immigration. new Industries, good roads, etc. Judge Car son, one ol the most active spirits that go to make up a progressive citizenship, delivered an address on the needs of the Valley. Short talks were made by Prof. Haag,of the Hen derson Gleaner; Hon. T, J. Smith, Hon. W, D. Coleman, D. M. Patter- son.ol Mclleary.and Campbell Hardy, oi the Kvansvllle Courier. Hon T. J. Smith and Judge J. P. Miller, ol Hartford, were added to the committees on Immigration and good roads. Report oi out standing com mittees showed progress along the tines oi the association's work. The next meeting wilt be held at Llvermorr, Aug. 31, at, which a large attendance is expected. Tb Brat "rescript! for CtillU and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tost less Chill Tonic. Never falls to rare; then why experiment with worthies rice, 50c. imitations? f Best and cheapest lot oi Saddles ever brought to Hartford. All kinds oi buggy harness In stock at the very lowest price. Likens & lut. Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THC Effects of Tobacco. WMJi undoubudly shortens lift autorlalli. Mr. RL O. SbMO, competitor oa Uu bm ttfvMit TrjK roans men la alvsjs lo'ulova u4 siOMslre ol tobacco, UsttoraU Mrtlu sroot 14. 1 wm troubl! tU- -r sMa 1U) BmoasuM, mm, cum4 by s uh ol totocM sad stua aUnU. ltcokDr.MUMKanUw.tfcBuvr TtJotuly food rwilu, UjU Um dliUw. , sad aaUlsc m te alllns the ststpaadtml, provta la By cua a vatf WaeCcUl rtAcdy." Dr. HUM1 itottoraUre tUrTla)WM(cUUi tdtBltd la NDtottiif tud Dr. UUm Mttei UdM a4 aatlnUf "1W 5 2r W i ? simply btamt Its summer? Keep team K. HwMttulyeur lun ju and nuke, them Urea another wlnler. SttOTTS aHHJUHOH CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. UMrurroutsriUatolt noraul uadsr sock cltcunuUafM. It Mttfca. bills loa aadttraaitasas. Dr. MIUV K-- 4.m j in sold bf all dru fWta noiUr a oMr I I I krSv Nl MJkr cH SW 9i far TtMKMYNtUTfAlwtftlMt-- t Signature of Ota&ZT&Z&ii iHJ vt,ui$ulUnnbU. I WsttU or Nwasy tnadtd. BookBaaw- ium ol lbs bMrt aad II Addnu. uriM hUBBt, ant boHU DB.HILH1HJCO10AI.UU, Kin hut, U4. It. f yap'MONEY! s AVE You can save lo to 15 Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY A MODERN at. per cent, by buying your SEER. Lumbor, sash, doors, shinglos and building ma-to- ri al at tho Corner ol Inglo and 7th sts. I have one ol the best assortments of Choice Lumber in the State, and can make it an object to you to (hive here for yonr lumber, even ii it is a few blocks out ol your way. Tho BarborCould toll all about Hla Customor's Habits. flowers there in the corner. They're pretty but they ain't natural. The violets were picked tight out ol the 6elds." The man sat up to have his hair combed, and the batber continued: "You haven't been eatlutr your meals regularly lately, have you?' "Say," said the man, "first thing I know you'll be telling me all about Amorica's Market Is Tho World at llulonl on March 30, Juno 20,Sep temher 28 and December 21, 8. J. Wm.i.kh Court will be held InOur Manufactured Goods nt Sulphur Springi on March JS.June vading Wldor Holds. V!7, September Xll nnd December 'ii. The fiscal ear ot 1899, which closed on June 30, will not show in mere fig urcs an increase in exports of Araerl can producte over tlios-- . of 1898, but a glance at statistics shows most gratl fjInR growths In unexpected places that give every promise of greatly ex panded American trade. Europe, having a better supply of food products ol het own, has purs chased vastly less wheat lrom Amerl ca during the past year. That . wheie the great loss In expoits 1 co-cuts- mmmmmmmmmmmoaoKamzm ie'MljK,i,M.nvtfir;inai II. B. Taylor Court will bo hold at Cromwell on March A, Juno 10, strictly lor Cash, which means that you will not have to hop pay any bad bills when you buy here. I dell ver. Tbere was alienee for a mo raent, and then the barber tried igain. 9 "Fine day," he said. Doalor in all kinds of Building Material, The man iu the chair merely grant rd. The barber was nonplussed tor moment, and plies his nzor timidly COnNKK SEVENTH AMD INUI.1-- NT KELT A. ever now and then glancing furtive!) Tbe strained rela .it his customer. tlons did not please him. He was barber and he wanted to talk. Oner more he made an attempt i)jAJWVA0OCtA.iA "Flue weather," he said. HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY LOUISVILLE, The man in the chair opened bit Tickit Office, 222 fourth Arenas. Union Dipot, Seianlh iad River. eyes le zily. 1st, 1D03. XXMJ3 HT 3XT:DSar, "Think bc ?' he asked, and then closed his eyes again. St. Louis t Louisville to St. Louis & West. The barber felt encouraged. No 44 No. 46 No. 45. 1 No. 41. 8:55p m 8:35p m Leave St Louis 7:56a tn "Oh, yes," he said, "spring's com Leave Louisville 7:45a m " Mt.Vernon " Owensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm ing on fast. Snmmer'll soon be " Evansville 2i2op m Henderson 1 a :45p m 12:55am 2:45a m here." 2:46pm " Evansville 1:15 m 1:251 m "Henderson I can't help thht," said the man 3:10a m " Owensboro " Mt.Vernon, 111 344P m 4:00a m in the chair. "I'm not in the weath Arrive St Louis 7:3p m 7:30a m er business. What? Yes, very good 7:20a ci Arrive Louisville 7145pm soap. Has a taste of peppermint." TO 3LV.4L2rC7'X2L2LZ No. 45 No 43 No. 41 The barber stopped shaving. 8:35p m Leave Louisville 7.45a tn 4!5P m "Beg pardon, sir," he said; "did I m 8:o4p m n:o8p m " Hawesvllle. . . . 10:43 get some in jour moutb?" m m i2:5Sp 9:o5p Owensboro. . . . 11:40am There was another painful silence, " Henderson. . . . 12:45pm io:iup m 12:55a m m . 1:15pm and then he began again. Arrive Evansville 1:25am loop "Usuglly shave yourself, don't EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. you?" No. 46 No. 44 No. 42 "Yes," said the man. "How did 2:2op m 6:50a m Leave Evansville 2:45a m you know?" 2:46p m " Henderson 3:10a m 7:5 11 "I can tell by the cut of the hair Owensboro 8:15a m 4:00a m 344P m over your ears," answered the bar 4:40pm " Hawesvllle.. ..9:13am 4:50am Arrive Louisville 7:30a 745P i'3SP m ber. "Out pretty late last night All trains run through solid to Evansville. Through Parlor Cars and Pull weren't you?" man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 The man smiled and nodded, 36 connect at Irvington for Fordsville & Hardlnsburg daily. "Thought so," continued the bar ber. lips are dry and you're ileepy. Drank a good deal, too, didn't you?" 1 The man opened his eyes. "Yes," he said. "How did you know?" ...Is Ihe... "Your face is flushed and yon're Economical Writing Machine. nervons. Your moutb is dry. I can Constructed on scientific principles and tdl that because you moisten yom of stmple parts, it to the most darallt lips so olten and swallow every minmachine nude. Repair bins are redaced to Ihe minimum. Ills the Be stVitae Writer. ute or so." Ati frm Art CltilMo. "Sherlock Holmes," muttered the man. Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Ss3EPr' C tu "Ob, no," said the barber, and 215 5th St. Louisvillo, Ky then he added: 421 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. "You smoke a good many cigarettes, too, don't you!" The man nodded again, JOHN T. RONE, "I thought so," said the wlelder ol razors, "yonr breath comes In regn Perry Westerfield, eF.NTEItTOW.N, KY. Will practice lue pril. anion In all lb lar gasps, like a smoker's. That roiirleoroiiln nml mljoliituireaiinlira might be lrom cigars or a pipe, but hikI Court ol Appeal. Nprcim num. your fingers are Beaver Dam, Ky. stained from nicotine Hon Klvcn to collecllone. Office lu W. A. Hone IIuIIiIIuk. Only cigarettes do it in that way." Tbere was silence again and the man kept his eyes fixed upon a huge ATTORNEY AT LAW, A. Q. bunch of wild violets in the window. llAUTrOIID. KY. "You are fond of the country, aren't Special attention given to all business entrusted to his caie. Office In you?" asked the barber suddenly. It Haistkord. Ky. Court House. Special attention given tn all busineu was more a statement than a question, entrusted to bis care. Uitico in (Jourl and tbe man looked up in surprise. M. L. HEAVRIN, IIouso. "Yes, I am," he said. "What made you think so?" R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, 'I could tell by the way you look HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his ptolession In all the at those violets," the barber explained courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties "People that like the city best pay and Court ol Appeals. Special atten Hartford, Ky. more attention to those hothouse tion given to collections. Will practice his profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly atSHELBY TAYLOR, to. Office with T. J. Smith ATTOlUfEY AT LA W tended Market Are prepared from NaStreet. HARTFORD, KY. &&., ture's mild laxatives. and Will practice his piofesslon in all the while gentle are reliable courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties J. E. DAVIDSON, and Court of Appeals. Special attenand efficient. They tion given to all assignments la. bankruptcy. Hartford, Ky., . COme Prices. THEO.E.RECTI1T, L w3l&0. The man sank back In the barber's my private life and my family affairs. chair with a sigh of relief, and closed No, I haven't been regular with my his eyes contentedly while the lather meals lately. How did you know It?'' Color's bad," said the barber; was put on his face. For several 'color's bad and pimples beginning minutes tbe barber shaved on in and then after the manner ol to show under tbe skin. Dad stomach. Irregular meals and too much bis kind, he ventured a remark: drink." Fine day," he said. And then, as his customer put on The man in tbe cbait made no ans his colar, he added: "You ought to send your linen to a regular laundry, sir. See that blue spot? Chinamen always do that " "Say." sld the man, turning on him suddenly, "you seem to know most everything Maybe you can tell me how much money I can make next year. Oh, say I'm going up to the bank now with a check. May be you can tell me whether they'll cash it for me." "No, sir," answered the barber; "they won't It's after 3 o'clock." CUItE A VOLI IN ONKIIAT September 2 and December 9 W. A. Ri.nk Court wil' bo held at Centertnwn on February 13, Miiy 20, August 28 nnd November 1. CITY DIRECTORY. W. H. Barnes, Jmle. J S R. Weddlnc. Attorney. TOWN THUSTIllia. TI10 JliECH Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Kts. All druggists refund money II it falls to cure. 25c. Tbe genuine ha L B. Q. on each tablet. tf The Eag-le- Is noted for a5'Jiuv:i.E listlnct vision. So are those person who nse Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvi lor weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or an kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf its keen sight, clear ant! King ol All Blrs, just as surely as - He who driits to ruin will get there he who drives. M .. .... .... .... .... Eye Are MRde Slronjc, Wf dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes 01 any kind speedily and effectually cured bv the use of Sutherland's Baglt Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee bv all good drug. tists. For sale by z. Wayne Uriinn m Bro. tf g W Tho Editor Roformod. ? Smith Premier Typewriter i The For over a year the Ledger has been stealing from its exchange without a qualm of conscience. No tlce Is hereby given that our bettei nature has asserted itself, and every thing-wibe credited hereafter. Tell you why. Saw an item in a Western exchange stating that a woman was composed of 480 muscles, 320 bona and 550 pins. Copied it as original Woman read it. Called ns a liar. Had concealed on her person 560 pins Hereafter items will be credited, and the blame of false statement will fall where it belongs Roscoe.Pa., Ledger. ll HO Cllnt-N- O SKDysssjrcsruiL, ATTORNEY AT LAW Attorney at Law Malaria. Chills and Fever. It is simp ly iron and quinine in a tasteles lotm. Children love It. Adults prefei It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, tf 50c. ATell-Tal- That is the way all druggists sell Grovr's Tasteless Chill Tome for I'AV. o Trial. JOHN P. MORTON Attorney at Law, SAYLOfi. The great detective paused. "The horseless carriage containing the murderer, passed here just twenty minutes ago," he sal J. Tbe other man looked astonished. "But I see no wheel tracks," he cried. Attorney at Law Attorney at Law "No," said the great detective, calmly, "but if you'll sniff a little you'll get the odor of the kerosene." Cleveland Plain Dealer. HootSF9 Piils Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law HARTFOKD, KY. also Notary Public ior Ohio County. Office North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, attention Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining couuties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to bis care. Rous the Liver I'repareil by C.I. Hood I & SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac given to col tntiMvjf,'- -: fOlllt.HVIl.l.t:, KKNTl'CUy. 3LP. Will practice bis protesinn in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining cninille and (Jourt ot Appeals, special atHARTFORD, KY. tention givm to collections. Office Will practice his profession in all Office. the Courts oi Kentucky. Special at- next donr to Post tention given lo collection, settleXS' Announcement ment ot decedent's cttaies, road cases Office up finl criminal practice. I I The Illinois Central now tkir nxt door to Qrifliu'sdrug store. has on bale, and will con tlnue the same until Sept 3th,i8jQ round trip sum mer tourist tickets from all AnORNEY and CUUNSEUOH at LAW, points on Its lines in the (NOTAHY 1'UULIC) South to a larite Hit oi sum HVRTl'ORI). KENIUCKY. mer resort In the North. IU Will practice tils profession in all fast douMe dallv service to St LouK ill court. 01 Ohio and adjninlntrconn-cie- a ChiCHgu.Cinclnnitl and Louisville tn and the Court of Appeals. Prompt able one to learh q'llckly and com attention given to all business entrust-t- o lottaDly me mountain rewiria ul Virhi ore. ginia, the White Mountains and Sea Officio in Rkpuhucak building. Ide of N w tbe Thousand Inlands, the lake and durst resorts ol Michigan Wtxcnnnln aid Mlnne-ota- , V u VKUX J HDWIN ROWB. the Hot Springs of Arkansas, tbe Yel lowstone 1'ark or tue resorts ol Colorado Tickets and full information as to rates in connection with the above can 1URTF0KI) KV be b d ot agent, of the ' Central" and WlllVactlce in the CpuiUof Ohio 'onn'ctlni! lines Wm. Html, Olt, fail, taint, w Orleans. conotv and Couit rf Appeals Pionipt Jut, A. Scott, Bit, fan, Aftnt. Utmpnlt. attention given to a'l business en !. 8, Hatch, Die, fan, Ag,nt, Cincinnati, Office in Herald tnutedjp our care. HARTFORD, KY. IS Will practice his profession in all tie R. R. WEDDING courts of Ohio and adjoining countiet IUI nnd Mod Popular Houl la will given to Law, Careiul attention to hishecare. Co-a Memphis, New Orleans business entrusted Ky. Hartford, ANII A 1.1. I'OI.VTN 1 llodions a specialty. Office over Ohio Will practice bis profession in tbe County Bank. Also Notary Public. 1IIKAMBAM, TKXtH, MEXICO A Nil I'AMI'OIIHIA. the courts oi Ohio and adjoininf counties. Also Notary Public. Gas Lighted Vestibuled Trains with JS. IE--. DFLOTD3T. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Pullman Sleepers and ATTORNEY- - AT - LA W. Cafe Cars, Chair Lars to Memphis Fiee KeclinlnL' and c. 2. Bu:R:Lsr:Ea?,i Attorney at Law, Cure Sick Headache, Biliousness, Sour Stomach, and Constipation. Sold everywhere, 25c. per box. Co.,Lowell,Mu. I Attorney at Attorney at Law, E3. JMiaLIj, ! 11 54 New Orleans. Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis ville every Thursday ulglit, and runs throuch to California via New Orleans and the South Paciflo Supset Route. Double berth rate from Louisville to San Francisco only 30.50; proiwr- tionateiy low rates 10 intermediate points. Tho Truo J. S.R. Wedding, ' Winter Bouto to California. No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Dlookadoa. lint-lan- Rows & Felix, For particulars write lo J, R. Hol- lls, Traveling Passenger Agent for 0. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also k him tn send you a copy of the South- ern Home Seekers' Oulde,which is re- olete with Interesting information concerning tho (Southern territory, It w)ll be niaiHi fiTQUiree. On I tin firtt ml third Tnnulava nf each month flome Beekars' lickeis are M to Southern ami Southwestern points al Special Inw Rate, goi.it to return wtlhtn viveiity.oue daji from ila'ie oi sale. Liberal stopover -- A. II. HANSON, Q. P. A., Ciiioauo, Illinois. W, A. Kelloud, A. Q, P. A., Louisville, Ky. A H HiHSOM.g Cnlcaio, A W A niWND.A Q Itulltlllt, f A. Women as well as met are made miserable bj nrr) kidney and bladdei B LA M E. trouble. Dr. KilnierV Swamp-Roo- t the great kidney reined) promptly cures. At druggists in fift RAILBOAD COMMISSIONERS. cent and dollar sizes. You may have Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. "I have at least one advantage ovir 4 sample bottle by malt (ree, also the Americano," sild the Filipino, pampblettellingall about it. Address, Dempaey, H. 8. Irwin, Secretary Dr.Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N Y. Samuel F. Brown. "I can Ireely express myself as being C0KQRE8XI0MAL. a little wearied with all tbls Dewey Senators Hon. William C. Lind Underground Monstors. talk without being called unpatrl say, Hon, W. J. Deboe. otic " Indlanapollsjournal. Representative Fourth District Workmen recently Waiting to en Hon. D. II. Smith. large a teservolr near Unlondale en STATE LEGISLATURE. countered a most remarkable pbe 8enator Hon.T. G.Turner. nomenon. When the bits of rock Representative Ohio County Hon. had ceased flying and the smoke had R. 0. Jarnagin. cleared away alter tbe dynamite dls OHIO COUNTY. charge a curious little cavern, in CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens which everything seemed unearthly, Irfbro. was disclosed. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney At the foot of a boulder lay a Urn Owenborn. pld lake, whose green waters quickly T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. changed to a dark blue tint as the sun 8 A. Anderaon, Clerk Hartford. shone upon them. About tbe edges Rowan Hullirieik, Master Cornniis ol the pool grew strange mosses and lionet Hartford. G B Likenr, Trustee Jury Fund odd.sbaped ferns. These shriveled Hartfind. and fell away under the strong light. H T. Striven Harlford. Shentl But strangest ul all werp the denl Deputies D. .I Mucker, T. II. Ben zens of the uncanny pUce. About ton, R B Martin and W, If, Tin.ley. the rocks rcampered great red ana -&z Court convenes lirnl Monday in blue beetles; great horned snakes with March and Aiil'imi and continued three hoods and double fanxa wriggled week)', and third Monday In May and along Jn the slime In the pool itsell November two week. COUNTY awaru eyeless fib, whose scates were COI'KT. bright green In color. Great ' pnte Jan. P Miller, .Indue Hartford. M S. lUtflaml.Clerk Harlford. white horned toads bopped here and M. L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. there. Court convener Orut Monday In In a few minutes all of these re nach month ? markable creatures died, The place qiUitrKHi.Y COtJHT. was visited Uter by a number olsclen- Ri ;ln mi tbe recoud Monday In 10 JU3TA8COOD FOR ADULTS. tlMs, They claimed thin to be the each 11111111I1. VARKANTED. PRICE 00 cto. (liLiTU,lIX.,NOI W.15M. COURT OP CLAIMS. first time in Pennsylvania that vuch a til January, Parle Medlclae Co., toldLouU.Ua. MO bolllea ol Cotivme- - first Monday ciMiileaiem We lit rear, 10 and bate find has been made. tnd TiifiUy After the aeiuinl Monday HUIVB'S TASTKLS CHILI. TON laalloerex. 'Niuubl thrt aruae alrtadr Ihujrcar. entoce ul II Teara, In lue a.- Ooli'ln'r terer ei!4 an article thai ea.a eud eolt eraal aauernrtuhl. UUkia M ruer Tuu 10. Youriirulr, iirilHIl IMl'NIY IIPKHIKIU. N. M x'y, .Surveyor .)1Li kon.lM In t.fl J. II. Williams, For sale lays t lt. lwothln)f &U .vuptaiM rvmor O, (. Riynl, A'Heitiir. 1 TttiiftnlllndTNDAYlrMlTOMirrM Fun IWeni, Heboid tiupt, DLI.1,11111'1 Nil, lk K,AIIoU,(M Thd OeHthlBlt b. W, Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Wantetl-- An Idea d momm aiRt DM F IhlAaf wautiil Springs. frotaoa Tour IdeMti thar way KrlByo waaliii. ,WhraMo3 Pinches C.sjop'iell, Write JOUN WJaiiUKHVUIUI U U. l'oorhone aaya. vraaaiact. u. u,,ior tuair i,eui pnt AUOT. uu1 rUBl vawr w trow. mmoTtl Mrf pawu4 laTwAjoa jrtkMfy Keeper, Marlford, fcat ten WrU A.DOIUf ' jiwriCKa' cnuirra. k alv. Xo mIk,point. boUm. Irong will I. held ttuffft Imtii lUl'i AM T. A i:vAN-'- iirl '. eadWalaker th an rurtd al hiu. w 1 I, J11 oibtr r at FinilvillMiii Mh'cii oul iieia K.I rl le 1.1 h a 14t run! December ileulir. aetii September UIANT CIIBUIOAI. CO., ae k kl m .11 sou uaerrr . ruila. e, U,T. UUAVtS. Vourt Mill iw hud lul tvtUi I if vi PJPM4l- e- W HOIS S K Cox, Ch'm'n. I A Thomas, Treasurer. Jno U Bean, Sec'y. Geo Klein. A D White. PreMon Motion Post No 4 O. A. R hold their regular meeting Satut But the Islands ol Oceanica. our Jay before tbe firt Sunday In each neighbors in British Columbia and month in Court Hall nt 1 o'clock p. W A. Cason, Com. in our new Iriends iu the Far Bait havr John C CiiAunnRLAiN, Adjt. become excellent customers of Uncli SPEECH OF THANKS. Sam, buying in greater qnantttlei than ever before the products of The following la the spee-ihoII n Great Britain, France, Bel glum and Spain are tbe only coun lohn Mntth ill before the State Con tries which have passed leys money vention at Lexington ncceptlng the nomin.ti.in lor Lieutemnt Governor. Into Ameilcan coders I am deeply grat?fil to you fir the The statistics for only eleven months of the fiscal year 1899 aie a honor which you h.iveconlerred upon yet available, but compared with thi ne. nnd cm nsMi'e ou that I will d iame eltven months of 189S the) my very tltmoht to secure the election ol the ticket which may now be nomi show tbe following exports: i.ited by you We ate stmdlng 1898 1899. 011 the threshold of one of Europe $900,967,636 $868074867 important pojltjcil cra,iiigT N America 127,109,946 143,220,615 that have ever Uken place in the . America. 30,748,576 32 State of Kentucky. This U n t an Oceanica..,. 27.670,221 16991,196 Vi 42 558 905 ordinary contest between the Repub4i.447.9J3 frica 16 656 199 lican and Democratic pirtles, but we 16.238,320 It is the loss of exported food pro ire fighting for an Iiu.i tint g es t ducts to European countties that tbe foundation of civil liberty. Ihe makes the totals show a balance on Democratic party has been seiz d by the wrong side. A year or more ago. lelSsh and unscrupulous men wh eek to prostitute it to their own iwlng to the shortage in breads tn IT ndj. The opportunity for the Re n all other parts of the world, the United Stites was selling wheat at publican patty has come and it is for more than $1 per bushel and sending as to say whether we can rife equl sending vast quantities of It abroad :o t'n occnion When 1 look around me I behave But now the crops around the worlc tie good and the the export price o tnat the Republican nirty Ii .3 ronie wheat has fillen to threefourtbr to stay nothing now on check i.s what It was a year ago. So not onh growth. We can afford to fi jht this has tbe price gone down, but also tke Usue on a broad and liberal p'.in in the fhere are now more men lemand has lessened. Although the export of American State of Kentucky without a p rty manufacturers to Gtcat Britain war than were ever known before. They greater in the past year than ever be are men of intelligence, ol character fore, yet the loss ol food product ind independence nnd not afraid t? trade makei, a net reduction of more vote their sentiments. Wc need :hat $15,000,000 in dealings with that them all and wc should we' come them country alone. Exports to France with open arms. I am a Republican, hut above all I from similar cause will show a net decrease of $20,000,000; Belgium, $4, am a Kentuckian, and I am a Repub oo,ooo, and Spain, $2,000,000. The lican simply because I believe that loss in sale of wheat alone to all En the principles of that party enunciated here today are those that will best rope Is $18,000,000. But aside from the four countries preserve the peace and order ot our named all other countries of Europe, State and promote the prosperity "of including even Germany, show a net Its citizens. In the last few months thouimls increase in purchases from the United States, although all bought fewer of men have left their homes, given agriculture products. This shows up their ease and comfort and laid how American manufacturers are down their lives that thot might as spreading fast throughout tbe world, slst to establish civil libeity tn Cuba The men that the increased purchases by the island? and tbe Philippines. in the Pacific being most significant, fought under Lee and Grant,tbe Gray Toledo Blade. and the Blue, are with us today. Shall we then hesitate to do our utGeneral Directory. most to protect forever that love wnlch we nave received lrom our STATE OFFICIALS. fathers. I cannot believe that the men Governor William O. Bradley. Lieut, Governor W. J. Worth-ingto- of Kentucky will surrender their civil liberty without a btruggle. Let us bury all of our pict dlffr Secretaryof State Charles Finloy. Attorney General W. S. Taylor. ences. lay aside our likes and dislikes Auditor Samuel H. Stone. and rising eqml to the occasion let Treasurer Geo. W. Long. us march side by rdde to that success Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor which will surely await us at the ticulture Statistics Lucas and coming November election. Moore. Superintendent Publio Iustruction-Davison. y Thi Kind Yoa Hsu Alwtri Bcght Register Land Office Chas. O. Buntl Reynold. Insurance Bureau Commissione- rfor rifty Cent. D. W. Comiugorc. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak Adjutant General U. R. Collier. taeo suoBf, blood pure. dOc.ll. All druffiata. State Librarian Miss Paul Deane Elardin. Ono Advantngo. . 45-71 to-ii-y W. Klnil ou Hivvo Alivnyfl Uoii.iht, ntul i hl.-- hns bocn In nso for over 00 years, lins Iioriu- tho HlfrMnturi' f .nml lin: Iicou iimdc imtlor lu pt-r-sonnl Miporvlslon sItiro I Infniicy. CCCCA4A, Allnu' nn nun III ilornlrn tint III lllla. Alt Counterfeits, Imitations nml Substitutes tiro but thnt trlilo ivllh nml cmlnupjrr tlto health of InlUnts nml Children Kxpcrlonco nndist Kxporliiiunt. - J', Cnstorln, U n for Cnstor Oil, Parofforlc, nml Soothing Syrups. It Is Harmless nml lMcnsnut. It contatiiH neitho.r Opium, Jllorplilno nor other Narcotic Btibstnnco. Its n(;o Is IU mtnrnntcc. It ileal roys "Worms nml allays Foverlshncss. It cures Dlnrrluuu utiil "W!ml Colic It relieves Tcollilnir Troubles, cures Coiistlpiitlou nml Flatulency. It nsalmllutcs tho l'ood, regulates tho Stomach nml llowl.s, i;Ivliir; healthy ami iinturnl sleep. r.tib'-tltnto What is CASTOR1A iirops Tho Children's Panacea Tho Jlotlier's l'rleml. GENUINE CASTORIA ' ALWAYS Boors tho Signature of ti-- Uy aSxiUcA The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over TtltWTUMtMaV. fV MVIilf TMtrT, 30 Years. IWV0CfTT. c. . v. wta tee Biu..r nine. .uiMMtMUtoToretwiT at rautuT if m. aiBJarr TO BtAllliTIOt, mlunMlHlIM ,M.ta,lkl .m ita.ee we tm QiiaitlT lilltla iigiTUMW, ami. iu.ee u SEND ONE DOLLAR laSHHBBVHMV.V..H. ..,...(, ... - Jl P...-- . ! -- JJJ1 1 ii M V QQ HitU.IWIaiitaMl ; h.l.li .ti..vL i.u..lljia .Bt viib enter. WE MAKE THIS TOP BUGCY,'jy.; tA1l maktrt ml la laV. bTUnl.WbuL at 8tiU For I89B.r ft!, J aatir fltU Mm tka lbkat isii Be.-mfmty ltBild. er BnwtUr SklIUr. Fl tu I'fcUftt. ,lUy Tf lllfh 0rt4 Wraw4 Rltn IHTftftbw- HnrUr Lla-- . falltMBf aad tu emM. KiiUc.iluru- tni to aa-- r ItMJt irrwork.R4r iMaf laMUOTh i 7 tnwrn rKl.t:tel4 sss.toitiiiiFieuLMieiiwiiNcyw-i.ta.M7r;e.nA- i ., OUR SPECIAL. PWICBS3H.BO, jti 'i?.'?;: AC klbr td Uek.OrilfCfa l5vl BUOOIXS. UkUJII .. wini r ik rati ?)- - Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK UNK ct m ww. VlfllL1 IwfJT riTiLMrs. tuu CKH make iidodd thi rOU O.Oa TUU CAR rsritftMUll.lli4 tuiunr odr iilaq DOM'T DILAT. lllali IT t CO. (Inc.), CHICACO, ILU lt Tr w him, t4 HENRY FIELD & SON ARK RUNNING A TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice Now OMNIBUS will meet all pas- senger trains at Beaver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AMD GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE - RIDE They also keep a first- class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted their care will have especial attention. SEND US . J. OASVOnXA. l atavJ leUilaai. UJul f. tiUaakilf TJir.:z...::aoi4 la il ftl.OO. (liaajL. .. HiiNia.a...e rKUIBV Aim UlSU TtXMtAtm VM1 le riat liartttC II l yourMrl tiutUtttaa. Toacae(AAait tHiual to erytna Uut at It jo! find It 10W.90. Um rrMtMl Talu yv9ir mw aaa rtUU al Tft.ttO frUturtlx4aor;aUeUlTirilrid bjoibtn at taonmon?r,Jr p tibial 0 daj arar prUf S3i70 UufraUfbl &OK, f rop'rs. FISU? one DOLLAR ifni f tillr rrrBtl $31.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 --DAYS' PRICE e SAiVS. . afcuM t.Tmw mkm Mawtfe naltt bftora. elLaeMketav. THH ACMO gUKtMUoaoftawai4ULI4fcnrtrTTtT rrom ttm uiunnuvi Hgwn, wnwii il it T -i rirl . ar1ar Law4 autlful appvatanr. MatU trmm aalU lin ii. llkW,iufoltOai 1Uh. rrtMlpal. tM4l(V jlllHI. OtUw Cwli-a-. MtipaM Fan CMrettraU, ttraaa aa Tc IImm OwaMiral I TaM !, 4 fku TmI OttM I toala UtmMtsn Tlmttauatf ILmaU, I 3Httl rarattrMl IUafH IttWII taarWtiBtlltaCriM4ftMaa, IMW 4BJAtJWwtaaalM4a-wlUI nwlC T1IK ACME Ql'flKN a !ejaa--re J, lall iBlJa IflaT ! UlMbMlokjr,UlftCbild k. antlQiianDlillanatKiBomfijaKiMuanuuneew-wiiwtC1 aiwlvtlciuSMpoiada. Qrill .(tlohiljrb, MtalWUatrrtMlalllM4. UoBeoMUto(tbMlbiladilllUaa,wiakharOBlj al la U kltf haal irada loitranMUi Bttad wln Mam-m4 UmpUn aaa Taa Naaaaa, aiao bt tolf ralU. laatbtra, atr, Ullavi of ikt Ual nibbcr elauruMtlr valTM. bal Iowa ViHlliBSfi&HniiriiLliiH ftork and Ami laataar Ib Tilt K1MK QI'KKN U fnrnUbad with ftlOlU bTlad fiUU rnnch mirror, nlckal rUUtl paOftl rramaa. n ha fcaaa taa. Wa andatarr iMOdantlMpravaiaafiC tut4 la tatat arfta lailrattlaa aaafc aUba4. RUlRANTFFn 9K YFARS.- T W aa -- vn-. "oi ' cuaraataa, tf tha Wua awiittan UiKliotr Una anil eondlUona of w blob tf any tltaa oat llooaiaonlhajul Try wawlllrafundToaruona; ICrotiara not parfactlr atlaflail baoofUaaaorpanswillUaoadattllela. IIHIkKIt AT flNflVL lOlkX DKI.AV. nurrti)cn OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED fTfJ I aul ilrall pitta u aak yoor naiarbbor about lu.wrlta tha bulillniar of f bli naocror MatrDDOlltaa Nailonnl Itaok, or Corn Kichatiq Mat. bank. Chi company in tt! a4ria hi 7 frt iMHHHHa BPaHPPPJV ranna rtt UUUikHkT any VawYorki lavnrea- railroad or aipraai -t titialnaaaa blot kl la th Ma.00 1 aai Hal OS, IlllUOa taw t raa viwclal ortfaB. tUn prlrra. Writ a4 inuilcaJ Initrnmaal 4Hf, and oatalotna. AOdrcu, i aw. Kwbwh k Ca. ara taaraatbly rUfcl. 8EAR0. ROEBUCK A CO. (Inc.), Fulton, Dciptalnei and Wiiman Stt.. CHICAGO ILU Chicago, aoi ! kIjui tt la absolutely necessary to the young man or ynune woman who would win aurre4 in life Thin being conceded It Is of first Importance to set your training at Ihe achool Manila In the very front rank. LUUINVILI.i:, UC.tllH'KY.' BOOK KEEPING ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a apeclallst In faff line SHORTHAND Graduates ol thii college prelerrnd by bus). J 1RI.EGRAPI1Y, nesahouaea. Write for a beautllul book plvlng tes timonials from wradiiatra ocrupvlng prominent positions all over the United States it will he mulled t 28 ou FREE V A Basiness Maeaiion tht THE BRYAN T&STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, i zm&awm TASTELESS i-- "NIC nPJiiM . 1 1 fn ur anejlal Oiler erelohe anj miaai cli.rgM. f b. aiaralae Prlqa "a,u lAHMunda and tli. fralirhtwlll a.r.r II imul. (up Mfli lea niiM. IT nun uiva rrtu innaa v.vm Vin a- - fVWB.W ihiai.ib year oa humn, ana . vv. ftrMl SBaVkM ua . al e.u .J M.ig, aiu.eo. (ii.ee, ihUm alHI ..U1.U. n..IIIMf. b.4 U v.. Im B..Ut lukl.. ttutorM, IS.Maaaaa. all rlr 1119.60 'hrUUDBOPDESJt OABXUET UUaftTaUatTaiuaaifroritradbr4UiyJioua. vatUaiaanUt ottariag ot-n- Li tlASI (I0 CAIIHtl KUIci ilwiaa mlMlll r rnliUV. 0, ..iIm. Yuu 11 .lamina ll.l vnur uu.il fr.li.Lft lUtjoft a H..1 1. ..!.M wkm Mil . kit a m aeo.e. ..a tiii aiauna iuu aiiao or. ... .... rauF muniiT TDtllCUH.nHtM. .ioiiiLj7.auu.nd T?i 1 uutim ih w ig VKsM2AiiflHiyl EWAHE OF IMITATIONS a.aa MMaiMt m.dr rarloM nmtt. wtlb ftrtTK Tl$ I IT0ffl"i- 111 TaJaC ' eiaii 11 DROPSYS .U. !!.. auacraoriuia. MAUKUVTHKBLaTUAUru in AtariiioiT rUUM -----w Rlll?niarlar BUrtUlurV h" ,,,rT Iiraoitlirr, or 11111 ami mm ftftlll uoi mil .!!. HI.M THKUEkTMAlKUlAL etl Ii Jw - -- IBbbbbBV AHEZmYKtJ : ra.n Kmmiw 1 1 i- tt Miuiwmmmi -"-- i.inr iimi nm iiiiw . BWjlaB lf It, aWBrri SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK VW. mablBacloMU,(Baaddrop-Mb- c ruiuruuillD, ooa UluttrtUon tbowttabla. . a a wtUr frosi alahl) to bt . taa ataar ataaa a m4 f9 viUk (all Uaffta Utla IVasM. kta4 te plaoa for Mwlftf 4 thaaf arawara, carrad, paaalai. abotaad 4 tatUlaa lilt CaUh, Haa.t nkkal drawar pulla, ratte e a aa4 daoorateal abtaa at Bjnvtk Iroa kLtutA. lira. bailMaiaraallaBtjablatiwavalU. -k lew UU. pwltlTa (oar uoUoa f aad, aalf riaaat lara Ibratu UcaaUia,alaaaU BobbU wladar, aJTuitebla baarloya, patent laaala lltenter.iMpi41oaWBaal1aijijaUMpraaMr Coot, Jtw.pra4 aaaltte antar, pateat aaadta bar, patent d rM nard, aaad It hniinUiia4ij iteaente4 iaj (af4 Bad .. --mH-n OUaMANTlKO iha I. th.... tiAoaT 11 Lav . Bmrf aaaa ai ittM BOwaBTMiaaaaraaU aaddoalibar pial or aov Mn teflfaiwy watk A BIKDtKO QXJ AU.A.HTXU U a( with aaij miUm aomaar It tbla IT COSTS --. YCHJN0THIN8 , , , , Jajr IWrtSfIr Mllffl g4U,UU SAlffaT BJ UJ UOTAr j MflmlB mIi , oaeaate elf. wlniiui, (ar. k.Ik. m oo. an lanraai air Au.f.H, SEARS. KOEMUCK CO. One.) reiutla.-a.4ii- Chicago, iri III, - . .41