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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899072801 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Republican and Louisville Commercial, I year,$t 35. The Republican and the Courier Journal, 1 year, $1.35. The Republican and the Toledo (O ) Blade, 1 jenr, $1 25. Th,e Uepubllcan and Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, $1 25. The Republican and the Globe Democrat, I year, Jrso. HAETEto1 REPFBLICAE y WHEN I The Republican has the. Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County. Fine Job Work a Specialty. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PARI! IH-H- FODRTH CONGRESSIONAL DISIEICI, Subscription $1 a year. VOL. XII. IPSKDITiKSSUCSMilL. AM DEAD. HARTFORD, KY., FRltoAY,-- JULY 28, 1899. lies in many other ways, together with not a few whose organization I do not want a gapintr crowd and training have not equipped them To come with lamentations loud, to battle successfully with the world. Of course, there are numerous in When life bas lied; Nor would I have uiy words or wnys stances of misfortune against which Rehearsed, perhaps 'mid tardy praise, human foresight could not provide. When I am dead. There will never be universal prosperity so long as human , nature and I do not want strange curious eyes natural conditions remain what they To scan my face when still it lies are now. In alienee drear; These observations are quite ete Nor do I want them if they would mentary. It would not be necessary To tell ruv deeds were ill or good, to recite them if it were net the prac When I am dead. tice of many persistent calamity-shrleke- rs I only want a "very few" to point to a few individual Who stood through good and evil, too, cases here and there as proof that True friendship's test; there Is no improvement in business. Just they who sought to Gnd the good, There never was a time when some And then, as only trne friends should, people wre not losing money In in. 3 Forgive the rest judicious ventures, by bad manage- ment,or wasting itin profligate cours They who, with sympathetic heart, es. So far as we can Judge there Sought hope and comfort to impart, never will be such a time. The no When there was life; tion that it can be prevented by law, Not keeping all the tears and sighs so long as men are left free to do asTill weary, worn out nature dies, they please with their own, Is a pur: And ends the strife. chimera. Even under collectivism, to I'd have. them come,the"friendly few" which many look with such vain and And drop, perhaps, a tear or two, unintelligent longing, gool manageBy kindness led; ment would be necessary to prevent Not many tears I'd have them shed, waste, and it would be much harder Nor do I want much sung or said, to procure. When I am dead. It is not to isolated facts that we To have them each come in alone, must look for evidences of prosperity, And call me in the old, sweet tone, but to general conditions. Why is it Would suit me best; that the manufacturers of clothing And then, without a sob or moau, can not keep up with their oiders? Go soltly out and leave alone A lew years ago there was an accuThe dead to rest. mulation ol stocks, and the countermanding ot orders was a general Just as I'd live, almost unknown, source of complaidt. It la evident unmarked, obscure and lone, A life that the people are buying more clothSo let me die; ing, and the reason must be because Juit one who lived, loved and died they are able to do so. Why is it A mound of earth and nought beside, that stocks of Iron are sufficient only Selected. There let me lie. for a few days' consumption? It must Ileantr la Ulood Deep. be due to an increased demand. When Clean blood means a clean akin. No bteuty without it. C'aacarets, Candy Catnar-ti- we learn that railroad earnings for clean your blood and keep it clean, b) the first half of 1899 increased from tirnng up the lazy liver and dn ing all impurities from the body. Itcgin today to $30,000,000 to $40,000,000 over those bahiali pimptei, boili, blotches, blackheads, for the first six months of last year, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking C'ascarcts, beauty for ten cents. All drug- we readily comprehend that the corgists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. porations controlling the roads have money in hand for betterment that CUKK A COI.II IN ONI! DAY Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tab had long been needed. Then the lets. All druggists relund money if earnings for the first half of 1898 were it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine (57,000,000 more than in the corre tf bas L. B. Q. on each tablet. spondlng period of 1897. 13ut it Is Tho Choapnoss of thoTripto said that only corporations have profited by this Increase of business Old Point. But surely the railroads did not create For those who desire to know, we the business. New railroad's may do will say that the trip is a most reasonthese were not able one. and can be extended and that in a degree, but enlarged to suit the convenience of new roads. They did the business the passengers. Many have made because the people wanted it done the trip on $35, while those who and were able to pay for it. apent J50 would take in Washington, But there is another fact which is Baltimore and Norfolk.and some who had the time and spent $75 or $100 even more to the purpose, and that Is would visit New York via. Old Do-- , the rise in wages. In some cases minion Steamship Co., and take wages have been advanced a second some side trips up the Hudson to and in others a third time during the Long Branch and Coney Island. present calender year. That this imSpontaCood Farm Doctoring. proves the contition of the laboring men and ot those who depend upon Mr. A. N. Noell of Ashervllle, them for support or patronage is Kansas, says he spent a good farm quite beyond question. Everybody, doctoring himself lor chronic diar- to be sure, is not prosperous, but the rhoea, but ot no relict and was afraid condition of business is remarkably that he must die. He chanced to get good as a whole. There Is no use in disputing so obvious a fact. hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's c al. No.l. EDITORS ARE HAPPY. A SNAKE FIGHT. Attorney at Law Brateb Dam, Ky. .ggSUa-'K Porry Westerflcld, Thdninck Roptllo's Victory Was Followed by a Foast. It wits in Australia, and in the fall of tKeVear. My friend and I were returning from a tour which had carried us far into the bush, as the forests ot gumftrees and scrub are there called. We were walking through a clearing, wheni the unmistakable rattle of 'a e snake arrested us, and In a few saw the beginning of a fierce '. W1 lli'H'rV'J JOHN P. MORTON Special attention given to all busl to bis cate, Office lu Court House, ATTORNEY AT LAW, iiAiti ruui, ky. nea entrusted -- Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoiuing counties and'Court-o- t Appeals. Speclal',atten- tloif given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, -- M. L. HEAVIUN, IP Hi Acts oently on SHELBV TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY Will practice his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank ATTOIiJTEY AT LA W Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses ,. the effectually, CoNstpai,on PERMANENTLY T the System ruptcy. Attorney at Law Ritual HARTFORD, KY. given to col SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac. making also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North sido oi publicsquare. ovy THI JNO. B. WILSON, GtHVint-MAH- o ay (AUI?RNIAfTGrSYRVP(. IlArrrroni), Ivy. Will practice bis profession in the the courts of Ohio and adjoininr counties. Also Notary Public. Office, !u Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING ';ivr uumu ro '::: mx tot n Minu w I Biliousness "(have usad TuurTBlumblo CA5CA- IlKTH ami ana thorn perfect. Couldao t da tbem for torn tlias without them. 1 hare rorttxllgestlon and blllousncaa and am now com pleuly cured Hommend them to every one. you will never be without them In Once tried, Eow. A. Marx, Albany, K. Y. ttta ttmUr. Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Kentucky. Special attention, given to collections, settle-mer- it or decedent's estates, road cases Office up mil criminal practice. lair noxtiloor to Griflin'sdrug store. ul W JJ CANOV CATHARTIC J TWAM WM J. S. R. Wedding, nd CUUNSEUOR ATTORNEY at 1AW. (NOTARY rUllLIC) ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention Riven to all business entrust to his care. OlEco in RcrunucAN building. J EDWIN - KENTUCKY. Will prnctlce his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- HARTFORD,. I'1tM. Wftu, or Gripc.lQc.XclOc. ... CURE CON8TIPATION. ... gtorttM a." Ctaj. fltof, gMtrMl, lfT,rl. 33 Sola and inmrantp Mil br alt drag nUIUXAWilsuto CCKUTobuxnllablt. Ptesaant. aoud,McTtr8lckeo. Pownt, TMte Oont CUSSDwith rwUbU lU'medJra. Havaourvd many thousand cmea rnlbxl IiodcIom. In tea or all iTtniitouii rvmoT' Do u diya at teaat k1 Tint Imnntala and TXH D ATS treatment f rre. BE. H. H.CUED'S ions. Uox K, Atlanta. Oa. nowij. i Rowe & Felix, HARTFOUU. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court cf Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office iu Herald building, l mux. M4IIMtltl THAT TOBACCO! COUCH m ATTORNEY AT LAW ky. Will JOHN T. RONE, j:vrt.iiTOWN, Smoks and chw, hawk and spill Throat's always Irritated, conjuraptlort Then comes pale, catll started. bloodlen countenance, glittering, rest-le- ts eye and ever nervous movement Ol hands and feet. It a spacifie for tobacco throat even if you want a cure. Take a don't tablet now and then. What a relief In NO-TOBAC Ibe mlJalnluceoiiHllea ronriaorolilo nil Conn ol Apprnl.. Hperlnl nllcn-tlo- u sMvrn lo rullrcftans. OMteln W. A. Ilon UullUlitir. irnelelnNtitl imlrlon lu Mil ten. makes Builds ud Iks nervous new. rich blood. lust the thing for the weak, nervous nan la nt now and then. Get our book; read the marvelous record ol You run no risk, for you recovery. can buy under your own tit Attorney at Law, Special attention given tn all business entrusted to bis caro. Office In Court House. DRUGGIST'S GUAHANTEE. KrerydrcKgUt la authorized to sell uuder a,boluto guarantee to cure every form of tobacco ualag-Ou- r written guarantee, rroe aamnloor and booklet called "Uont Tobacco 8plt and Smoke Your Life Away," munrq ror tne nsKinv aa, Ureal THK STKRLINQ nKMKI)YOO-Chicago. Montroal.Caa. Mew York. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was permanently cured by it. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & m Bro. Buslnoss Prosporlty. The fact that there never was a year in the history of this country or of the world when every, body was prosperous ought to be recognized at the outset. The greatest of teachers has said that "the poor you have always with you," Along with the deserving poor we have nlwnys ruins ed gamesters, bankrupt speculators and victims of their own vices or fol HaiiTfohd, Ky. Attorney at Lavs Ky. IlAlUTOItD, R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, CA8CARETS uiiiiMtiiMwuwwr MmtmaHa SS?tJpJt.,on"ola.y0?i? Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining countle Collections carefully and promptly at tended to. Office with T. J. Binltb &C., Market Btrcot. Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky., Will practice bU profession In Ohio ami adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Uwfi mrUmWfmM uA)jaBwSaws arwP"ewaP'54 wswaaaFB J. E. DAVIDSON, yJ Attorney at Law, en perfection of as jour atilrt 13 inuotiereu uy tt, HARTFORD, KY. our laundry stands nlone for excellence Will practico bis profession in all the of work turned out. Your linen Isn't courts of Ohio and adjoiuing counties injured here from chemicals or 1m Careful attention will be given to a proper handling. Only skilled assist ants are employed, and you can't beat business entrusted to nis cure. a specialty. Office over Ohio it for beauty of color and perfection of County Hank. Also Notary Public. polish. It Stands Alonewhen laundry work jui Tim Timm Gamma ( I Richmond Steam Uundq Cteva liar, agant. ATTORNEY- - AT - LA W, t'OIIDMVII.l.t:, HKAITIit'HY. JS. IE. JEXOloy, to every elderly woman when an Important functional change takes place. ThU i caUed "Tho Change of tlfc." The entire system undergoes a change. Dreadful diseases such as cancer and consumption are often contracted at Will practice his proletslm in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention givtn to cnllectlous. Office next door tn Post Office. Uia ItrMtf wit va waatfca fan AbMO s.thlL.htTs.AC in atmirm tor ttatws. i iara I l , SEND US ONE OOLLABISlitttJttTOB m tIUn klg- - '- - MSIIf im tUit AID MOO tuOK TB, bf rr.JLiaaiSlulJc; lovitratnttloit. l( If MlUraahiry 4 u. tnau.1 kti J im! CfeM uusume, MmEUREPS jtu Vfen Jffi31!Sr3r3 Ml ! Pjj 'UWffal' 1JSA -- Win& mfGmrdui strengthens and purifies the entire system, and brings the sufferer safely over theso pitfalls. IU effects have been wonderful. It is good for alt menstrual troubles, but 1 especially recommended at this time. Ask your dnurglit for the famous Wlno of Cardul. a bottle. For advice la cases requiring special directions, address the "Ladles' Ad. vlaory Department," The Chatta nooga, ueaicino to., LJiaiunoogs, Tenn. fi4t,R3E: mn nr uun tMw UNtlimilHll "lit"4 bhiilii.iisn. mm nvMM iTJrlS aro r owi &sa1 ?- Ik'!, nvi. irriu,i UMtnlflNu. M III -- Jl wilt rill VBtab lor a. lll l,ylUBiflfreUisiUy ( " svb. sjs. Haajii vanni ann. nrnttt. W KArftBltl la f nft , r ft-a- l iniMi''ir ' S . iltktr VU W 1 llHItlfll bPtlillUbuUIMI.MUuUikM UiK Aum, fcef Tktl WliITKKOROl'HhmFnFE 8TOVl CATALO tOT tf ftMtto.l,OTn t io ft hpium BBttiaia, iil. andWklikiy tattu MtH4tmr. i kw ' r0 at huiii wiiu ?rr mn out rain Book nf nar t liouurs Mut FII5I carbtouinlM,Mtullk tio a . at wool Lit cu. BCAtl3,0tUUQK&C( iiiChujuUL jim Hoiia irjor si utuca QMn, ttMk A U. tut UwMikU nliUU.-liU.tO ' Mnfcl OTfll (U0 r.btadffOivt Oflli mtm.t. ( siatlal rdfttaul Ariaausaaaiia.Utni mbJ lilmiMUitTw fw.lr iAl V U0Mp,ffDUlUW4aaw.rrwJsitaaJ Mill frail MAlktUr lArVtJwniMittllteatlblM NPIt . r tttkkl wrurnlibrHUl tiki i DlhultUCl 4 ' t v one ,url tii-- r rtMkltUlioa. 111 ft-.-i ( .U t ritlfi) J uu l&rtta. ciar, titr nfilr. wiclriM (tl THOMAS J. COOrEU, Tnpata, lUaa-aaal sutar su&ert4 from Inafttlar and aatsliu ataoatruatloa aJta dctort coulj not VIji ot Caidul Btlralf urtl EitUv. her. alao kalpaU say bwumt umagli taa Chanrtol Ufa." encounter between two deadly ene mies a blacksnake and a rattler. These two branches of the snake family are hereditaryand Implacable foes, though what was the origin ol the feud .Darwin salth .not. Between them there can be neither fellowship, amity, compromise nor even armed neutrality. War to the death is their unalterable law from generation to generation. The blacksnake Is much smaller than the rattler, but he is a terribly formidable foe, nnd, as science ia superior to mere size or strength, he generally comes out of the fray victorious. He seems to "scent the battle (or rather the rattle) from afar," gives himscll no rest until he gains a point of vantage from which he can make a sudden swoop upon the noisy foe. On this occasion we did not see the blacksnake until he leaped on the rattlei's throat, nor could we afterward make out how he had got so near without being seen. That power of silent, stealthy, rapid movement gives the black lellow an Immense advantage over tbe rattling enemy. It is that, indeed, on which his hope ot victory mainly depends. Let the blacky by a sudden leap grasp the throat of the unwary rattler, and the chances are he will never let go again "until death them do part;" but If that first chance be lost, and the two meet in fair fight, after lair warning, the tangs of the rattler are pretty sure to gain him the victory. In this, instance no such mlslortune was the blacky's. He made his spring and got his grip of the throat, and there he held on "like grim death." With a fury that was sometimes awful th; rattler wriggled and shook, and rolled and writhed. He leaped into the air, twisted and tossed himself about, banged his assailant down on the ground, rolled on him 'and over hlra; butatl in vain. ' Blacky simply stuck. Nothing could move him, nothing tempt hlru or compel him to relax his hold for a single moment. To have done so would have been almost certain death to himself; but, through all the rearlngs, leapings, tossings, wrlthlngs and hissings of his victim, on he held with a relentless tenacity that was equal only to his love of his own life and his hate of his foe's. Thus for more than an hour and a half the life and death game was kept up without a minute's intermission, and without any sign of weakening on either side. Then we perceived that tbe rattle's strength seemed to be giving way, and all of a sudden he colled himself up and lay still, as it to die. Whether it was from sheer exK I D N E Y Is decpt,ve dI haustion or only a ruse to deceive his sease thousands I ana don't enemy, a faint or a feint, we were not know It. If you want quick results sure. We thought it was the former, you can make no mistake by using but blacky evidently thought otherDr. Kilmer's Swamp Koot, trie great He understood his enemy betkidney remedy. At druggists In fifty wise. sizes. Sample bottles ter than we did, and did not mean to cent and dollar by mall fiee, also pamphlet telling be tricked. Down he lay by the side you how to find out if you have kid- of the prostrate victim, but with his ney trouble. Address, Kilmer & Co. , teeth firmly set In the now torn and Blnghamton, N. Y. crumpled throat. Then, altera quiet Interval, the one THIRTEEN. sided truce having come to an end, or "Thirteen Is unlucky," said I to John the ruse having failed, the rattler rose again and lesumed the unequal strugGray, That time he got uiartitd the 13th of gle with the energy of desperation a supreme struggle for life. Again he May, reared and rolled and colled, and But John he just grinned and said I darted up and down, forward und was sore backward, carrying his enemy with Because it wa'n't me that was getting him in all his contortions, trying by Bess Moore. every conceivable twist to get his Well, It's twelve yeus since then and fai?gs into tbe merciless foe; but all in Vain, Then we began to see in the three weeks sgo I was out to John's house In Nex poor victim renewed signs of failing strength; but, notwithstanding inMexico. struggled for a And we hadn't met in ten years, I creasing weakness, he time continuously, then Intermittent guess, and a When one day I seen him in Demlng ly, until more thin two hours half alter tbe first attack, the poor with Bess, rattler gave up the conttst and lay They coaxed and insisted and vowed down to die. This time it was no I must go ruse. The poor fellow was done fir, And pay 'em a visit at their place, and within ten or fifteen minutes lifand so ter the mute surrender he yielded up Iclimln their wagon, and when we the ghost. But even then blacky still stuck, and It was not until the corpse got there I thought we had lit on a Donnybrook began to stiftVn that he lor the first time withdrew the nails which had fair. been driven nearly three hours before "It's only the children," says Bess, into tbe sure place tbe throat pi tbe "and I'll tend unhappy rattler. Them In tight away to tee our old Then, the tragedy being ended, the friend." comedy began, and a comedy indeed And then they come In, the big and it was, at any rate to the two spectathe small, tors. On tbe part of the victor there And I counted the lot; there was thir- was no sign of .triumph, no dancing teen In all; around the prostrate enemy; but with And I looked up at John and John all possible stalduess and stralghlf the hero prepared for the looked away, He begau And says I lohiiu; "How's the 13th celebration of his victory by strttching and atralgbtealng out of May?" And John said be guessed he hadn't the lifeless body, smoothing out tvery crease and every wrinkle on Its scaly nothing to say, 3 - There was two pairs of twins, surface, with what Intent wc could i - not even guess. He seemed to have assumed the role of undertaker, and to be preparing the corpse for decent burial, magnanimous toward a brave though defeated loe. Not a twist or wrinkle was left upon the carcass from tip to toe, from nose to outstretched tail. Theu, to our greater bewilderment, we biw that he was licking the body from end to end, making straight parallel lines of saliva along its entire length, which, with the rays of tbe setting sun falling on it, exhibited all its varied hues, and made us long for its possession, that we might carry it away with us. But the darky had something better to do than indulge a benevolent sentiment for our gratification. For ten minutes or more he continued his preparations, until he made tour or five streaks ni saliva, which shone like satin ribbons, laid horizontally on the dead body from end to end. Then blacky rose and shook hlnm self, and, having done so, took up his position at the head of his victim and calmly gazed upon him, with the first gleam oi satisfaction in his bright little eye. We were still full of won-- , der and conjecture as to his purpose, Interment oi some kind being tbe only thing we yet thought of. But then we saw him calmly opeu his mouth to its utmost capacity and take into it the entire head of tbe defunct rattler; then he gulped and swallowed; then rested; then another gulp and another swallow; and so on until he bad tucked into him the whose body, a foot longer than himself; and then with the tip oi the tall still dangling from his mouth, he dragged himself into the the scrub, and thence prob ably into a gully, there to spend a month or more digesting his ponderous meal, and "fighting the battle o'er again" in blissful dreams. Chamber's Magazine. m Editing a Nowspapor Is Moro Moonshine and Roquiros No Groat Labor. An editor is the happiest thing on earth. He has little or nothing to do, and his pay is all that heart could wish. Ills sanctum, with its Persian rugs and Turkey carpet, and its costly rosewood furniture, its magnificent mirrors, its beautiful pictures, its complete library of splendidly bound books, its silver bell to summon an attendant whenever anything is wanted, and, in short, with its everything that human ingenuity can desire for his comfort and pleasure, it is a perfect little paradise when he sits on lounges and reigns a young lord, with tbe world of fashion and pleasure at his feet. And then anybody can be an editor. No study, no preparation, no brains, nothing but a HttU money to start with, and once started the money pours In upon you in a steady stream, and the chief labor of your life is to spend it. As for labor of editing a newspaper, that is mere moonshine. A mere glance at the columns of a newspaper is enough to convince you that it requires no labor to edit and less brains. It is certainly a glorious life of luxuries, ease and elegant leisure a life for the gods, filled, like that ol the young love, with flutes and rose leaves and moonbeams. "While not a wave of trouble rolls Across his peaceful breast," and that all men are not editors is one of the strangest things beneath the stars. Cariock Trlbane. Pretty finest-looki- "We have, three children. Before the birth of the last one my wife used four bottles of MOTHER'S FRIEND. Uyou had trie pictures of our children, yon could see at a glance that the last one Is healthiest, prettiest and of the in all. My wife thinks Mother's Friend 1$ the greatest and grandest remedy lo tbe world for expecawftXawawawLu Children tant mothers." KenWritten tucky Attorney-- ba at -- Law. prevents of the suffering Incident to child birth, ibecomlns: mother's disposition and temper remain unruffled throughout the ordeal, because this relax' ing, penetrating liniment relieves tbe usual distress. A mother is pretty sure to hare a child. The patient Is kept In a strong, health? condition, which the child also Inherits. Mother's Friend takes. a wife through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly. , II assists tn her rapid recovery, and wards off the dangers that so often follow delivery. fold by drunlita lor S I a botUa. TUG BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. nine-tent- hs good-naturgood-natur- ATLANTA, OA. xpres&ljr for exptctant mothers. Scad far onr frea illustrated book wrltttn His Llfo was Saved. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death. In telling ol It he says: "I was taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran into Pnenmonia. My lungs became hardened, I was so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing helped me, I expected to soon die of Consumption, when I heard of Dr, King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great relief. I continued to use it.and now am well and strong. I can't say too much In Its praise." This marvellous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottles free at J. II. Williams' Drug Store; every bottle gnaranteed. That Is the way all druggists sell Grove's Tasteless Chili, Tonic for Malaria. Chills and Fever. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. Children love it. Adults prefer It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, 50c. I. no ruitii-- Mi pat. ia A Blaino Campaign Story. 1 - - tf Tho Band Did Not Disturb tho Spoakor In tho Loast. "One ofthe most miserable moments of my life," said a Maine bandmaster, "was at a county convention where my band unintentionally broke into a speech made by the late James G. Blaine. Mr Blaine was the Speaker of the day. The stage also held Seth L. MUUken, a Congressman from Ohio whose name I have forgotten, and many prominent Republicans of tbe county. Two other bands were pres d the three put in their best ent, licks. Our band was asked to furnish one or two selections between the speeches. As leader, I gave out the next number and charged every roan to be on tbe alert for the rfgnal and to do his level best. "All know how political conventions drag along. The preliminaries wore everybody out before tbe speaker of the day was introduced. Our boys had ridden twenty miles in the early morning over a rough country road, bad marched for two solid hours in tbe forenoon, to say nothing of pumping r more wind enough Into twenty brass Instruments to run all tbe windmills in the State. By the time Mr. Blaine stepped down to the footlights the men who carried the big brass horns were dog tired. "The selection I had made opened with a solo by the E flat, and I cautioned the player to be ready thermos ment Mr. Blaine took his seat to play at a glance from me. The great statesman spoke with his usual impressive-ness- , and, afler getting warmed up, he began to lay down an array of facts and figures which should fnrnlsh the Tho Capital of tho U.S. Washington Is a lovely city and shonld be visited by everyone. No better opportunity will be offered than the Old Point Excursion August 9th, to see the sights in this wonderful city. The public buildings, beautiful yards. Navy Yard, Monuments, Lovely Streets, and many other attractions are there to entertain the visitor. CVIIE A C'OLIt IR ONE DAT c Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ltts. All druggists refund money if It fails to cure. 25c. The genuine bas L. B. Q. on each tablet. m 1 tf Compotont. An advertisement lu a newspaper s bookkeeper calling for "a at $i a week" drew forth the following answer, the only one attracted by tbe munificent sa'ary: "I am a young man, thirty seven years of age, having had business exyears, being perience of twentyi-threconnected with the United States Embassy at Madagascar, and feel confi dent if you will give me a trial I can prove my worth to you. I am not only an expert bookkeoper, proficient stenographer and typewriter, excellent operator and erudite college graduate, but have several other accomplishments which might make me desirable I am an experienced snow peanut roaster, hove!er,a first-clahave some knowledge of removing lupeitluous hair and clipping puppy docs' ears, have a medal for reciting Curfw Shall Not Ring am a skilled chiropodist and practical farmer; can also cook, take care of horses, crease trousers, open oysters and repair umbrella. Being possessed ol great physical beauty, I would not only be useful but would be ns welt, lending tn the sic red precincts ot your office that delightful, art)stlc charm that a SatstinM vase or a stuffed bjly. pott would. As to salary, I would feel I was robtbe bing the widow and swiping spongecake from the orphan if I were mice tmvautajge ui jruui tuutMiitctitrc by accepting the too fabulous sum of ti per week, and I would be entirely willing to give you my set vice for less, and by accepting f s.37 per week would give anopportunlty of not only increasing your donation to the church, pay your butcher and keep up your life insurance, but also to found a home for indigent; flypaper salesmen and endow a free bed in the cat home." Patternmaker's Journal. first-clase ss local orators with timber for many a triumphant argument during the campaign. He was laying the foundation for bis address one of those lengthy texts which meant so much to the hearer before the argument was complete. It was dry to tired, band men. Cheers were not yet in order. "Presently Mr. Blaine paufed for his words to take root while he took a swallow of water. I glanced around at the boys, and noticed that the big bass waB slowly slipping from tbe knees oi its operator. 'Pat' was asleep. I winked at the B fiat to punch htm before that sixty dollar instrument got a dent. Tbe poka in the ribs was fatal. 'Pat' opened his eyes and I was looking at him. The speaker was quiet. There was only onefoncluslon. for 'Pat.' Like a flash up came the horn, and befor? I could give a warning shake of the head the big bass bellowed out the first measure of the solo, 'CEGCGliCF.' "Every person iu the hall started and stared. There were Interrogation points in Mr. Blaine's eyes. The rival bands snickered and snorted. I near ly fainted, but gave the signal for band cheers instead, and the boys responded without a break. Mr. Blaine may or may not have appreciated the situation to a musician; I do not know what his mnsical inclinations were, but he came to tbe rescue in a way that won the solid vote of our band then and there. He smiled broadly, and said: " That la right, boys give us another and wake us up!' "I waved my hand at the other bands, and we joined in such a band cheer as that old hall will nevr hear again. "Next day I wrote a letter of explanation and apology to Mr. Blaine, and received a characteristic Utter from the statesman, as follows: " 'My congratulations to the boys. They did nobly. "I wish political speakers could do no worce than the "break" you mention. I hope to meet your band at other places where tbe good work la going on. Sincerely, 5 James G. Blaine.' " SORE ON HIS ANKLE. ailnr Ql Voaro nf Inlonca flllbl Oil IDdlb Ul IlllUlliO Suffering, Obstirmto soros and uloors lilch refuso to heal under ortlinary treat- Promptly Cured entire circulation ia in a dopmvod couditfon. Thoy Dii P C Q DJ Oi Oi Oi nr0 a uovoro dniin upon tlio systom, und uro Nipping uway tho vitality. In ovory case the poison must bo eliminated from tho blood, and no amount of externul treatmont any efToct. can have :,. ..V. .w.rf ulntv nVmnr. t!i mnrits of S.- S. S. : flVOrV claim Tl. , MV wmmwj JkllUiU mndo tor It ts oacKou up sirouKty uy whvisuuk testimony of thoso who havo boon cured by it and know of its virtuoa by exporionco. Mr. Im J. Clark, of Oningo Courthouse, Va., writes my 'For six years I had an obstinate, running ulcer on waa ch at times caused mo intense suuering. I so dlsablud for a long while that I was wholly unfit for business. One or tbe beat doctors ireatea ma constantly but did ma no good. I then tritd various blood remedies, without the Uaat benefit. 8. S 8. was so highly that I concluded to try It. and the effect was H seemed to get right at tbe scat of tho rBKLrKsWBBxwat wonderful. con-etunt- ly vawwa-vm recom-mendo- d SsS coos.- tllaeaao and force the poison out, and I waa soon plotely cured." Bwlft'a Specific - m. m. -- drives out ovory trnco of impurity in tho blood, and in this way smi rain ttitrmnnnni v inn iiiimliiiulh. uiJiJDtJaiiuvi dvmu v UtVM la 4ltn nnlv lilrvwl rnmrwlv mmninttttd DlirolV YCCTOtUblO, nnd con . -- -, ..ii..1,, r hAna1. mnntiiru tf nTlinp nitnnMl. 8. 8.8 ai Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula, Caiicor, Calnrrh. Ecioma v jtnoumatism, cores, uicore, joiih. ir imy uiuu uiw upon 8. 8. 8. ; nothinir can tako ita iiluiit. Valuable booka iiudiod froo by Swift 8jodlla Company, Atlanta, Q iiii-ih- l S. FOR THE BLOOD II. t Across the political record ol Attorney General Taylor la written the word TEVKEL. Hartford famed Friday by the Herald. it ARTronn pdiilihiiimu lj&yta, uwd, sonny, wiiat do you Incorporated, mean, flinging this bombastic, high falutin', untranilatable word against PON Rogers, EDITORS. an inoffensive public? What sort of Jno. II, Thomas, groundless, godless, graceless gabblo is this you have about your next Gov Of flco on Fox Stroot. ernor that you will not put in good Subscription) $1 per year In advance English or even in do. cent Spanish, but insist on giving it at Hartford to us in Tagal. Entered at the as second class mall matter. A few days ago a pale and sad- FRIDAY, JULY 28. faced mental and physical wreck of what was once a bright and beautiful woman was brought into court at Lex ington. She was not brought in for crime, but sho was there as the result of the crime of the Democratic candi date for Governor, for she was the widow of John G. Sanford, whom Goebel killed on the streets of Covington four years ago. A maniac in a mad cell at Anchorage, Mrs. Kate REPUBLICAN TICKET. Sanford, is a pathetic appeal for the overthrow of Goebel. post-office Hartford Republican. fSIL sorted to In order to sccuro the nomination ot Mr. Goebel for the high office of Governor. Wo are glad to know that throughout the Stale there is a widespread revolt against such methods. The people understand that to support n ticket thus named is to become an abettor to the crime and a party to the methods by which the nomination was secured. Apart from all tho objections arising out of the methods employed in tho convention, we do not think the christian people of tho State can get the consent of their consciences to place in the Gov ernors chair a man who is one of the leading advocates of the whisky power AND WHOSE HANDS ARE RED WITH HI8 BROTHER'S BLOOD." C. H. Morgan, brother ol the famous Gen. John IL Morgan, wrote Capt. Stone asking about Goe bel's perfidy in the Louisvillo convention and received the following reply: Kuttawa, Ky.. July lS, i8oq. Charlton II. Morgan, Lexington, Ky Dear Sir and Friend I am in receipt of yours ol the 15th inst. and desire to thank you for It. I might not know you by slgbt alter all tnese years nave gone by, but I knew you by sight when I had the honor to follow your gallant brother and yourself. And let me say that I feel honored to have the friendship of men like you, and especi ally ol the brother ot my old commander whom I loved so well. The statements I made which were published over my signature ate true. Mr. Goebel knows tbem to be true. His pledge to me was made on Friday, June 23, 1899, made voluntarily at an Interview sought by Mr. Goebel. Again on Saturday, June 24, 1899, when I demanded that he keep his agreement, he said : "I will do It ; wait right here till I walk over to my seat." He went away and never returned. These are facts. I will stand by them at any cost. Thanking you again, I am your friend, W. J. Stone. Gait. uuuiuink viuieu. with tho purposes of your meeting and regret that I cannot bo with you. An indorsement at tho coming election of the methods that led to the nominations at Louisville would fasten tbem on us. It is better to call a halt now and let it be well understood that fraud and furco can find no rewards in tho Democratio party. "We cannot afloril to approve results brought about by the wholesale disfranchisement of our fellow citizens. The highest interests ot our party re. quire that the guilty should be ex- WtU HUU UIUUUUUHIi IIIDUUUUUU the bosses, and their do. luded followers will soon becin to pro fess virtue and will not dare ,igaiu to mane open assault on the dignity ot Kentucky citizenship. "Let us Insist on the rule ot the majority, fairly ascertained, and the fullest respect for the rights of tho t...t.l . !! time-serve- "P. P. Johnson." W. FOB iona.UOVEIINOK, or SAA33CTT will be remembered that Capt. Hines is leading the antl Goebel movement in Warren county, and is a highly respected and influential citizen. "And yet only a few malcontents are against tho ticket," and the woodcock loll dead. Ex-Go- It TA.TTI.OIi. ol Holler Calmly. A MElTENANT-aoVERNO- JOniT T.T.. FOR HKt'RKTART OP NTATE, CALSS PCWBIMJ, ol Knox County. ol Ilopklna Vonntjr. FOB ACIHTOH. FOB ATTORKKY GENERAL, CliPTCIT r. ra.w, joxxht a. arr". ol llonrbon cjwxiassrxrs", County. FOB THEANVRER, ol Brcalulti County. FOB 81J1T. PDULIU INSTHUtTlO.V, ZOTZ2.T Col. Henry Watterson once said: "When things get bad we try to fix them,but when they get damned bad they just break loose and fix them. selves." When Goebel introduced the iniquitous election law things got bad, and when he passed it they got very bad, and when he stolo the nomina tion for Governor they got damned bad, and from the Winchester, Bowling Green and Louisville meetingsjed by Owens, Johnson and Brown, it looks like thiogs were just breaking looso to fix themselves. Democratic newspapers and politicians which are denouncing President v. John Young Brown's Mossago to Domocrats. McKinley for sending an army to FOB COM'B or iiaillCCXTCRE. Manila to suppress the Filipino insurCAJT.JW.arXTXIOCariCOStXOaT gents can not escape responsibility for ol layette County. much of the sacrifice of American life FOB STATE MENATOB, in those islands. In a speech delivar. v. 2to"W-aj3:d- . ol Bnller County. ered to his followers at Tarlac, Agui-nal- do uiged the insurgents to take FOB REPRESENTATIVE, StOlT. XI. C. rAHlTA.I2T. new courage, assuring them that tho ol Bearer Bain. Democrats were espousing their cause FOB MAGISTRATE, and that McKinley must soon yield to . a. XTXsxro-oxrpublic sentiment and haul down the ol Bnntlee. American flag in the Orient. FOB I'OVrAHLE, ol Cnnipbtll Connty. S3TT25K3S. "Whether I am placed at the head the ticket or some good man like Major Philip P. Johnston I intend to take the stump and do all I can.to prevent this awful disgrace being inflict-- . ed on the State that I love, I have never In all my life had anything so crystalize itself in my mind andheart. I feel it more than a sentiment. I feel as if this were an Inspiration and that the spirit of '76 was urging me to do this. It Is a duty I owe to the history of my State and to the priceless heri tage that a long line of great and of noble men have left us to guard, and their very graves cry out calling on me to appeal to the manhood an hons The movement of the Democratic or of Kentucky to prevent this de party away from the silver issue is ap- filement of the house of our fathers. parent to every one familiar with the recent history of that party, and 1G to 1 will not be the battle cry of Democ racy in l'JW. lne new issue was viewed with alarm by the wiser leaders of the party who remained regular in 189C, and when it lost by nearly a million votes it was doomed as a rallying cry for a great political party. The Chicago convention met near the close ot a Democratio administration, the most disastrous in the history of the country, and offered as a remedy for the hard times of their own ere tion an inflation of the currency by which the debtors of the country could f repudiate of their obligations. The election vindicated the honesty and good judgment of the American people and free coinage of silver took its place among the blasted experiments of the past. It is difficult at this time to forecast the action of the Democratio convention next year, The recent efforts of the Democrats to met with raise a cry of such a feeble response from the people that it was quickly abandoned, and the cooduct otherwise of the present administration has been so nearly faultless that it will be difficult to arouse enthusiastic opposition to it. The national platform of the Republican party next year is being written by the administration and the party will be glad to go before the country upon it. one-hal- caps. e. rasciis . ol Jingo. has resigned the war portfolio and the Hon. Elihu Itoot.of New York, has been appoint ed in his stead. Secretary Aloer The stone above John Sanford's grave and the spire upon the Anchorage asylum beneath which his grief-ma- d widow pines for death are eloquent arguments for the election of Win. Goebel. The anti.Goebel Democratic mass meeting at Bowling Green, Monday, selected a provisional State Executive Committee to act until the State cons vention meets to nominate a genuine Democratic State ticket. thousand The large and enthusiastic gather ings at Winchester and Bowling Green Monday and at Louisville Tuesday were made up of that character of Kentucky manhood that insures the perpetuation of free government in Kentucky, of men whose love of justice is stronger than party ties. The number of voters who will break party affiliations In the interest of justice is small, but fortunately it has, so far, been large enough to prevent the success of dangerous excesses that threatened the destruction of civil liberty and in this instance will crush the Goebel oligarchy and preserve a just government to the people of Ken. tucky. My bridges are burned behind me, and ntterly regardless of my future political or personal life, I see my du ty, and, so help me God, I intend to do it. I was a Democrat when It took courage to be a Democrat. I have raised my voice for Democracy when I took my life in my own hands with a revolver on my desk, and by this right I Intend to appeal to the fathers for the sake of fellowship In kindred ages past,and to the sons for the sake ol the fight their fathers made to save the life of the Democratic party and the honor of their State by preventing the defilement of the house our lath' ers builded." The Radical Dlfforoncos. Republicanism is optimistic; Democracy is pessimistic. The former struggles and hopes; the latter contends and despairs. The former be lieves in the American republic, the latter believes in what the former doesn't. One stands by Dewey, and the other by Donty. Ironton Regis shall nu Increase of 1,115. In the Eleventh district no countirs gave McKinley any such increase, he re celved being In Pulaski, a very large county, where it was 719, and where Bryan also got an increase of S40, or Mr. John C. Entrf.kin, or n larger increase than McKinley Collector nth District, Chllllcoth, O got, and the next largest in Whitley, another large county, where McKin Owensboro, Ky., July 24, 1899. This ruling Is applicable to all ley's increase In vote over Bradley was 619, and Bryan's over Hurdln 303. banks. Respectfully, If fraud was perpetrated, in whose fa B. T. Franks, vor do the returns show It was? Collector. There never was a more shameless pretense ot a reason for depriving the Tho Republican Loador. people of their free suflrage than Mr. Gen. Taylor, the nominee for Gov Goebel.gave and gfves In defense of ernor on the Republican ticket, is a his in Evening man and deserves the sup- Post. port of every man in Kentucky, be Notlco. he Republican or Democrat, Populist School Trustees or teachers are Inor independent voter. The question vited to call at 7. Wayne Griffin &Bro's is honesty and decency against Drug Store and get the latest map of Hopklnsvllle Messenger. Kentucky and Tenuessee free for use 7 "Necessity knows no law." It Is a in the schools of Ohio connty. law of Nature that the blood must be for fifty Cents. kept pure, and Hood's Sarsaparilla Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weik men strong, blood pure. SOe, II. All druggists. does It. SMALLHOUSE, KY. self-ma- de Goe-belis- the check is delivered to the payee before it reaches the bank, In your opinion, such a practice Is Illegal and a violation of the revenue law; also, you state that many of the checks never reach the bank upon which they are drawn, being taken up before presented for payment, and the Government would, therefore, lose entirely the amount of stamps in that particular case. You also state that the bank has adopted this practice as an advertisement to secure patronage against a rival bank which requires the customers to stamp their checks at the time they are received. You ask to be advised In the matter. You are advised that banks must not affix stamps to unstamped checks presented, and must return to the drawer any unstamped check present. ed for payment. You are directed to notify the banks that are guilty ot the practice herein described, that if it is not immediately discontinued will be teported to the Uulted States District Attorney for prosecution. The instruction contained in Treasury Decision 19606, under date ol June 29, 1898, to the eflect that there was no objection to the affixing by the bank ol the requisite stamps to an unstamped check presented lor payment, is hereby revoked. This Instruction was given to meet an emergency immediately preceding the taking eflect of the stamp act on July 1, 1898, in order to obviate the necessity of returning by the banks thousands ot unstamped checks issued by drawers in Ignorance of the law. The law being now generally undeiatood, there Is no further need for such provision. (Signed) G. W. Wilson, Com'r. Respectfully yours, The greatest danger to life In the dty Is nut the car wth It clanging gong, but those ellcnt itiiiMc fort, tin: germs of disease The prevalence of consumption in cities is staled to be largely due to the frequent expectoration of diseased per mixed witli the dust nnd blown into the air, is inlmlctl by some luckless nun or woman. Sanitation may minimize these perili aassiSfjsaasiass Mii-k- wr sons, vnoie dried sputa Clems Ui but can never obliterate them. thing la to educate etery person to the knowledge that the germ can find no permanent lodgment in a healthy body. Keep the blood the stomach anil other organs of igestion and nutrition In sound health and you are practically germ proof. This disease resisting condition is obtained by the use of Dr. Mcrce's Oolden Medical Discovery. It purifies the blood, strengthens the stomach, nourishes the nen cs, and heals the lungs. Even when there Is olwtinate cough, bronchitis, spitting of blood and other conditions, which, if neglected, lead to consumption, the faithful use of Golden Medical Discovery will, in almost every instance, ' I was taken sick In Titlr latf rear, and wm not able to da any kind of work until Novera. ber." writes Mr ' Noel W Onrfn. of Lancler, Alkcn Co, 8. C, Had been coughing up email. nara lumps 01 pniegm lur anout a year Delore l was taken down Itben called on a doctor, who of ray left lung waa gone, said that f and advbed me to lcare my horn- - and go to the country I wrote to you for advice I took four Golden Medical DUcortry! bottlesbf Dr which I ulnccrely believe hat done rnc more rail than all the other mediduea I have ever taken." The I'eoiJe's Common sense Medical Adviser, frte, on receipt of stamps to cover expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cestaniw for the toot In paper covers, or 31 stamps for cloth binding. Address Dr. R. V. Wcrce, Iluualo, N, Y1 es- - The essential yij As n natural result of our efforts lo keep our aisortnient lull ami strong, so that your shop, ping interests may be well protected, tho close of each busy reason Grids us with many lines that must be cleared that mint melt away beforo the arrival ot our autumn stock. To meet the situation, wo begin a Special Mid- Summer Clearance we mako exceptionally "Clean-sweprices every wnere 111 our eiurv, and oiler unusual sboppiug opportunities for you. Thrifty buyers will welcome this sale opporit means the greatest ol money-savintunities. ep a w eiicct a cure. A low sweep to the prices that are found only here they follow a determination on our part to make tbe prices clear the stock. You'll find it wise to profit by tbe splendid ofleriogs. The bargain banner will greet you everywhere and every portion ot our stock promises you a saving of money. Lawns 3 io to 7Jc; Organdies 10c to 15c; White Goods 3o to 20c. Misses Slippers, were 85c and $1.00, now 70c and 80c. Ladies' Slippers, were 50c, $1,00, $1.50 and $2 60, now 40c, 75c, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, to cleau tbem out. Also a lot of Men's Low Cut Shoes at $1 to $1.00. Men's Straw Hats fix your price ami take 'em. Millinery goods, to close at any price. always fulfills every pledge made you through its ad- The fact that this store &A vertisements, will make Clearance Sale Announcement of interest to every one who wishes to buy economically. We hope to have you call and see these bargains. Yours for trade, Carson T)8)?&. & Co., Ky. Hartford, Populist Convontlon. The newspapers are cruelly and brutally warning love sick souls against outraged DemoFour the dangers of the kissing bug, a discrats met at Library Hall in Louis- ease microbe which is supposed to be ville Tuesday night and denounced transplanted by the kissing process. the Redwine convention and declared We hesitate, in fact we are in doubt, nominate and support their purpose to first about the genuineness of the a genuine Democratic ticket. kissing bug as a disease disseminator s and second as to whether we had not The Democrats here received nomination much like the fallen better surrender to disease, dissolution angels received their sentenco of eter- and death rather than give up the We never did any and they can ecarcely con- sacred practice. nal ceal their delight at ExGov. Brown's kissing on our own account, but if we announcement and are boasting of may depend upon the experience of our second cousin, we would adviso what Brown will do for the Republithe young folks to hazard measles, cans if Goebel withdraws see. a mumps, meningitis and even leprosy ' Chairman Allie Young says Goe- rather than quit the biz. Let the good bel told him that he did not want to work go on regardless of the bo Governor unless the people wanted him. This is expected to be underThe Goebel managers have for some stood as a generous promise of Mr. Goebel that if the people don't elect time been alarmed at the widespread him he will not steal it, but go ask opposition to the nominee of the Police Capt. Stone what Goebel's promise is men's convention, which is led by such men as W, C. Owens, Ed Ilines, worth. P, P. Johnson, W. II. Sweeney, Capt. The last focal year had the fewest Stone and scores of other popular business failures of the last seventeen, leaders, and the announcement that and the four years ot Cleveland's last John Young Brown, tho administration more failures than the idol of the Kentucky Democracy, remaining thirteen of the period re- would accept the nomination for Gov ferred to. Will our Democratio friends ernor at the hands of the real Demodeny this an argument in favor of Re- cratio convention about to be held, publican control of the Federal Gov- came like a thundorbolt from a clear ernment? sky and the Goebelites are wondering what they can do to be saved. No is now reasonably certain that reputable Democrat in Kentucky will Gov. Biadley will call, at an early question the loyalty ot John Young date, an extra eeesion of the Legisla- Brown and even that ultra Goebel ture to repeal the Goebel election law. sheet, the Owensboro AJesrnger, is Since Goebel stolo the nomination for constrained to say that "John Young Governor in the Louisville convention Brown is the first representative Dem. leading Democrats alarmed for the ocrat to join the bolters." With W. future of the party have secured S, Taylor, John Young Brown and pledges enough from Democratio Repi Wm. Goebel in the race for Governor lesentatives and Senators to insure the Goebel will again come in third best. repeal of the obnoxious law, and have The Penltcotlal Herald, one ot the prevailed upon the Governor to call leading papers of the Methodist church an extra session to repeal it. South, edited by Revs. II. 0. MorriThe Owensboro ilutenger devoted son and II. B. Cockrell, veir appro three pages of valuable space yester- priately says: "We are in no sense a day to an expression of its delight politician. It matters very little to us that John Young Brown bad signified what particular party is in power, but a willingness to accept the Democratio as a watchman on the walls we shall nomination for Governor. The not incur the responsibility that silence was unable to find a single man would imposo when we feel it our duty in Daviess or Henderson counties who to speak. With this view of our rewould support Brown, and pretends sponsibility we roust say that the re. to suppose that Brown's candidacy in cent Democratio convention at Louis tures Goebel's election. We presume ville was a disgrace to tho State, We if Jo Blackburn and Col.Bryau should have not soeu from any respectable denounce Goebel, the Manenger would source any deotal of the fact that estimate bis majority at something falsehood, fraud, treachery and the like 600,000. most reprehensible trickery were ro-- 1 Goe-bel'conse-guenc- es. It On the 21st inst. suddenly and without warning that bis earthly career was approaching an end, Robert G. Ingersoll, the great agnostic, lawyer and orator, passed instantly and painlessly into the great beyond. Although at the advanced age of six he was apparently in full vigor Col. of bis strong mentality. death removes from the bar, the platform and current literature, one of the greatest intellectual geniuses the English-speakin- g race has known fcinco Shakespeare. First coming into national prominence by his great speech nominating James G, Blaine for the Presidency in 1870, in which he did full justice to a great theme, he followed it with other and grander efforts until, as an orator, he stood forth with dazzling and endurCol. Ingersoll lost ing brilliancy. much of the glory that would otherwise been accorded him by his bitter and stinging assaults upon the Christian religion. His lectures: "The Gods, Skulls, Heretics and Heresies, What Shall We Do to Be Saved," abounded with beautiful and brilliant sentences that caught the reading public as the storm catches the forest leaves on the hilltops. Allured by the charm not only ot the orator, but of the rhetorician as well great crowds flocked to his lectures as the birds to the ripened harvests, and the daily press reported tbem to satisfy the popular anxiety and curiosity. Iogersoll the agnostio will bo given a small niche in history but Iogersoll the orator will be given a glittering page in the anuals of his time. ty-si- Chairman Johnson's Lottor. Met-ung- er ter is as follows: "Lexington, Ky July 21, 1899. Cant. E. L. Ilinea. Bowlinir Green. Jvy ; My Dear Sir I aw in sympathy The Hartford Herald last week said there were only a few malcontents in the Democratio party, who were op. posed to Goebel's candidaoy for Gov ernor, and yet the chairman of the Democratio State Central Committee has repudiated the ticket and in a manly letter gives bis views. His let Only a small crowd turned out to the Populist Convention Saturday. F. W. Plrtle was elected chairman and and S. A. Hall secretary. The following delegates were appointed to attend the State Convention which met at Lexington yesterday: J. J. Bracken, J. J. Smith, J. P. Miller, ter. James Christian, P. M. Sharp, W. II Duke, S. II. French, Thos. Wallace, Salt til Sauat Taar lift iwtj. Dor.' TaVae To ault tobacco taillr ml fortier. be mac R. C. Taylor, Jas. St. Clair and A. S netlc. full ol life, nerve nd ljor, take Worsley. The Populist will hold , Dae, taa that makei weak men atrons. All arureliu, too or 11. curiuaran another mass convention here the first teed. Booklet and aamala free. Addreaa Monday In September to nominate a Starling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. candidate for Representative. 'We have sold many dlflerent The Ileal I'reaerlptlon for Clillla cough remedies, but none has given and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Test-les- s Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; better satisfaction than Chamber Iain's," says Mr. Charles Holzhauer, then why experiment with "worthless Druggist, Newark, N. J. "It Is per- imitations? Price, 50c. fectly safe and can be relied upon In Tho Eloction of 1896. all cases of coughs, colds or hoarse ness. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & In Mr Goebel's Interview with Mr. m Bro. L. M. Garrard, Circuit Clerk ol Pendleton county, published in the Cin His Blissful Ignoranco. cinnati Enquirer of July 19, occurs the Col. Watterson is sitting in the following passage: "If the RepubliGoebel band wagon blissfully uncon cans win this vear the election law scions of the fact that his Palmer and will be repealed, making the steal of Is out. Memphis 1896 possible of repetition." Mr. Duckner shirt-ta- il Commercial. Goebel was one of the first promul any good Would win" gators, If nottheinventor.ofthe theoty 'Ho that that McKinley was enabled to carry Kentucky by fraud in the Republican Should be provided with good health, Eleventh district, and that was the and everyone who would have good fraudulent and hypocritical excuse he health should remember that pure, offered for pressing his infamous elec rich blood is the first requisite. tion law. An examination of the by giving good Hood's Sarsaparilla, election returns for 1895 and 1896 In blood and good health, has helped the Eleventh and First districts will many a man to success, besides glv anyone where the frauds, if Ing strength and courage to thousands show any, were perpetrated, and that they of women who, before taking It, could were In the Interest ot Bryan and not not even see any good in life to win. of McKinley. Hood's Pills are gentle, yet effecThe vote for Bradley in the Elevtive. enth district In 1895 was 20.579; was 26,140, an InMcKinley ThoAwakonlng of Kentucky. crease of In2 1896 percent, in McKIn-ley'- s 100 27 vote over Bradley's, Hardin's The voice ol the people Is the voice vote In the Eleventh district in 1895 of God. This Is the people's coun stry and the people, not the politicians, was 8,795; Bryan's vote In that dltrlck in 1896 was 12,171, an Increase must preserve It, The patriotic people of Kentucky are awakened to a over Hardin's vote of 38 4 10 per sense of their duty tothemselves.thelr cent. Now, turn to the First district families, their State and their coun try. The awakening has come none Bradley's vote in 1895 was 9.558, and McKinley's In 1896 was 13.304, an too soon. Covington Common Increase of 38J per cent. Hardin's wealth. vote in 1895 was 13 170; Bryan's vote In 1896 was 25, 852, on increase of 95 Attontlon, Maohlno Mon. per cent. McIIenry Machine Co., McIIenry, If stealing In either district Is Indi Ky,, have a lull line of Fittlngs.Plpe, cated by the Increased vote, the IndiHose, Packing, etc., at lowest market cations are three and a half times as prices. Are prepared to do repair strong In the First as In the Elevwork on Machinery of all klnds,Grey enth. Iron and Brass Castings. tf Bryan's vote In the Eleventh district increased in n larger proportion To tho Public f, than McKinley's by neatly Washington, D. C. July 14, 1899, la the Flrt district his vote Increased Sir: This office Is In receipt of over two and a half times as much as your letter of July 6tb, 1899, stating McKinley's. In whose favor Is fraud that it has come to your knowledge Indicated? In the First dlstrlct,Caltoway coun" that certain banks are encouraging a practice ot allowing their customers to ty gave Bryan over Hardin's vote an give checks without stamping same, Increase of 1,042; Carlisle an Increase and when the checks are brought to ol 1,014: Graves an Increase of .4J5; the bank the banks stamp them. As Hickman an increase nf j,i6l, Mir- No-Twonder-worker- July 24 A splendid rain fell last Perasss35v Friday and Saturday. Tobacco Is looking well and the worms are plcntlTul. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. John Busklll died Sunday morning. Miss Rachel Addlngton Is very sick. Rev E D. Maddox filled bis regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday, Miss Oma Maddox is visiting friends in Centertown, Miss Nella Barnard, Beaver Dam, is visiting relatives here. Miss Llllie Barnard Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Jagoe, Sacramen to. Mr. and Mrs. G W. Barnard visit ed in Hopkins county last week. Mr. W. A, Bennett and family, Evansvllle, were the guests of Mr. J. C. Benuett's family last Wednesday. Mr. George Rhoads and wile visited Mr. L. P. Downs' family Saturday and Sunday. Rusticus. A bargain fAor&K 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 tho next season. The month is nearly over and we have made away with tho greatest part of the surplus of Spring and Summer Goods. stoci?, V?e are offering some great bargains, which . wethmvare Worthy of yoar attention: . NOTIONS. We sell you a good pair ladles' hose for 5c, or six for 95c; better grade 10c, or three for 25c. One lot ladles' black hose 15c per pair, or two forijc.wortb aoc per pair Ladles' ribbed vests jc to 35c. Ladles' and gentlemen's belts 25c to 35c, worth 35c and 60c. A nice line puQ bosom shirts In all sizes go at jtc, actual value 75c. Gentlemen's nice balbtlgan undershirts only 20c, regular 35c goods j better grade 25c. worth 50c. Men's drilling drawers 20c. or two pair for 35c, regular ac quality. One l t men's bleached drill. Ing drawers go at 500a pair wotth 75c Sat in order that we may still farther reduce oar HATS AND CAPS. There Is no better line canted In Ohio county than we carry. We will sell you a boy'a nice atraw hat for 10c, worth 20c j better grades Irom 25c to 50c. Men's nice atraw hats for 25c, regular 35c goods. Men's and boys' woolaud fur hats at 35c to 4 If you need anything In this line call and see us. Wearesuie toplease jou. Hill po Slopii. in ? see a snow summer? We never did; but we have seen the clothing at this time of the year so covered with dandruff that It looked ss If It bad been out In a regular snowstorm. No'.need ot this snowstorm. As the summer sun would melt the falling snow so will CLOTHING. Twelve pair boys' knee pants, sizes 6 to 15 yeats, trgular 35c pants, go at 25c per pair. HoiS'suitsKlrnee 65c, worth 90c. Twenty four boya' suits (knee pants) $t 49, would ben bargain at $1.75. We can show you a line at $2 56 that are great values, In men's clothing we will sell you a nice suit ior $2 75 that would be a bargain at t$ 50. We also have a beautiful line running from $6 to $10. Come to see us when you need a ault and you are sure to carry one home with you. pnt) SHOES AND SLIPPEH8. Ladles' black slippers 50c, actual value 75c. Ladies' black or tan slip-- , pers, regular $t goods, go at 75c. One lot of children's slippers, sizes 3 'a to 6's, regular 75c quality, go at 59c. One lot, sizes 5's to 8's In black or tan, former price $t, will close out at 79c. One lot 8'a to 13'a In hlartr or Ian cheap at f 1,35, go at $t per pair. One lot, sizes 13's to 2's, big bargains at $1 50, go now at $1 29. We catry a line 01 men's and boys' One shoes in black or tan for $1 to $3 50 per pair. Give us a trial In this line and we are sure to sell von. In inn1, h.mii goods we will give you a good solid noc ior i, actual value $1.25 We also have a lew pair of men's heavy ft 6$ quality, to go at $1 40. fr STAPLE DRY GOODS. Good calicoes, worth sc. still eo at 4c; 4c calicoes at 3c. Nice line apron and dress ginghams, worth anywhere from 6c to 8c a yard, go at 5c. Bleach cotton 4c Heavy domestic Aii c per yard or 4c by the bolt. We alao have a fine line oi wash trnnda In Piques, Linens, Percales, which go at Kicauy reaucea ngures. ABO'S Hair Vigor melt these flakes of dandruff (n the scalp. It goes further thsn this: It prevents their formation. It has still other properties: It will restore color to gray hair In Just ten times out of every ten cases. And It does even more: It feeds snd nourishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair becomes thick hair; and short hair becomes long hair. We have a book on the Hair and Scslp. It Is yours, for the asking. If ftn da aot tibula all the baaiSf yeu as peeled from the aae of ibe Vlaer, writs lbs doii-- r aiMwi il rrobawr tbare u eoue diffleultr wita rourgea. aiai irium wbleb bar be eetllf re-l(a(S jBHsjir)), 1IU. 1, 0. AVKB, Lowell, Mais. . I I thankint? VOll fnr nnr fnvnva nnl trusting you will come and get some of niuou uuiguiuH, we are, yours truly, SO We want your Eggs, Feathers and Ginseng. An Epldomlo of Dlarrhooa. Mr. A Sanders, wrltlnir from Co. coanut Grove, Pla., says there has been qnite an epidemic of diarrhoea there. He had . severe attack md was cured by fouf doses of Chamber. Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says he also recom. mended It to others and they say It Is the be.t medicine hnvrvr n..l nn. sale by 2 Wayne Qrluln & l)ro. ui J. E. FOGLE CO. Notlco, All parties having claims or debts agalnat tbe estate of Jont D. Wilson, deceased.are hereby notified to present same for payment to the undersigned administrator of bald estate on or be fore the ist'day of August, 1899, or such .clsims will be forever barred. This June 28, 1899 I one-hal- John L. Wilson, Adm'r, Jout 0. Wilson's estate, JjaC JiV-i- AMat-- 111 'iii"t ftrtStiniaaiii'if nil Ml - V"'"-- k MjjiiiaTliniii " "- - -- - yingMfl,. I, . litehMfciaMi tiiMkim0itmutmtmmm JW' wxsmipsz "Good Beginnings The Dealers. Make Good Endings a 3 You aie nukingtakegood beginning when Hood's SarsaparSta you commence to your blood, stomach, kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, this great medicine will bring you the good ending ef perfect health, strength and "vigor. for Any trouble of tl&odS SdUafiWilit Fair & Company's GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE! Never in the history of our business have we made such tremendous reductions as we are going to make for the next 30 days. All Siunaer Wear Most Movs and Move at Once. Deputy Sheriff R, B. Maitln has moved his family here and will live here during his term of office. He occupies the property recently vacated by Mrs. Carrie Williams. Miss Susie Allen, of Hamlin Chapel was a plcssant caller at this office Wednesday. Miss Susie is one of our very bett correspondents snd ber visit was sincerely appreciated. Drs. K. W. Ford and J. R Flrtle and Messrs. Alva Taylor, S. A. Anderson and J. G. Keowa attended the district meeting. of the Knights of PARASOLS. Pythias at Owensboro Tuesday. Men's Children's Satin Parasols, sold for One lot Fancy Percal Shirts, 2 coN If you Intend going to Old Point, lars and 1 pair culls, worth 76c, all hand your name to R. R. Agent at f0o, now 38c. Ladles' White Silk Parasols, oold sizes, at 41c. your place so provision can be made One lot Men's Percal Shirts, collar for you, and be sure to secure your for $2.00, now f 1.60. Ladies' Fancy Parasols In Plaids, and cuffs attached, worth 60c,now 38c. berth at your earliest convenience. Shirts. imt-- 82.00, sold for 13.00. Sample line Men's unlaundered Ladies' Solid Dlue and Red Para. Shirts, worth $1.00, your choice C9c sols, 3 rows chlflon, 82 25, sold for Men's Heavy Work Shirts, full 3G 3.60. inrbes long, 25c liig line nice Sample 2G inch Um Will include in this line one lot 25c brellas onctblrd ofl regular price. neckwear at 10c The Floating Studio la now at Rock- port and la open (or business till August fifth, then will move to Ceralvo one week only, men 10 smaunouse two days and Klrtley's landing two days. Wash Goods. 3'2Inch Linen to 8c. 32-In- Tor Skirts, reduce Fancy Btripe Linens, sold for 20c, cow 15c. Kersey Suiting for Skirts, worth 10c, now 8c Fine line Fancy Sheer Organdies 8c, sold for 10c Our nicest Organdies 10c Pretty Dimities.sold ior 15c,now 10. We include In this line one lot of ready-madSkirts, worth $1, atC'Jc, 32-in- ch e Besides these articles mentioned, we have Specials in every department to CLOSE OUT REGARDLESS of Former Price. Ask for a card and get one of our Beau4 Li t Mrs. Cora Rowe.tbrough her attorneys, Morton and Miller, has filed a Circuit Court One lot 75o Black Luster Coats 50c petition in the Ohio praying a divorce from her husband, One lot $1,25 nice quality Luster Joseph Rowe. Cruel treatment Is Coats $1.00. alleged as her cause of action. One lot $1.50 and $2.60 Luster Attorney John B. Wilson says that Coats, choice $1.25. Prof. R. G. Cox's orchestra narrowly MenVlinen Pants, now 76c escaped drowning Monday night. He Choice line Children's Wash Suits says they were playing "Down Upon 60c, sold for 75c. the Suawanee River" and fell into it Woolen Suits to All and narrowly escaped with their lives. close at cost, Ladies who have no escorts can $6.00 buys our $7.50 suits. take this trip feeling that especial provisions has been .made to see that they have every attention, and lack for no courtesy. Those desiring Information should write W. A. Wil-gaS. P. A., Hopkinsvllle, Ky. Summer Clothing. pay tribute to his memory, now we the attorneys of the Hartford Bar and other officers of the Ohio Circuit Court, resolved, r. That we deplore with aching hearts and teatful eyes the loss of our Claude A. Stevens a man ly and model young man. His short Hie was characterized not more by the brightness ot his intellect and the promise of Its splendid development than by modest manners ol his gentlemanly deportment, so commendable in one so young and which was particulary to be. noticed by all in him. Officially he did his duty Intelligently with unfaltering devotion to it; and personally with unfailing kindness and courtesy to all. We mourn his death as a loss to his family and his relatives, to whom we tender our heartfelt sympathy, and to the community and the State as a public misfortune. 2. Dear Claude was a pious, chris tian and matured man at 19, polite, thoughtful, pious and with the full confidence of.every one. Never was the expression of "death loves a shining mark" more appropriate, than on this day, when spoken of the premature death of Claude A. Stevens. In the welfare oi Christianity, in which he had Implicit faith he was equally as faithful and devoted; and the Sunday School and other societies of which he was a useful teacher and of ficer will no doubt adopt suitable res olutions paying sincere and trustwor thy testimony to his work and worth. 3. He was a model young man, fnll ol deserts, whose example in bis short span of life may well be imitated by the youth of the community without the shadow of criticism. 4. That a copy of the resolutions be furnished the bereaved family, spread upon the records ot the Ohio Quarter ly and Circuit Courts and to the coun ty papers lor publication. K. P. Nral, II. P. Taylor, Com. J. S. Glenn. Upon motion the meeting adjourned, J. E. FOGLK, cu'm'n. S. A. Anderson, Sec'y. heart-renderin- A PLEASURE TRIP. A Party of Hartford's Young Pooplo Visit Bowling Groon. EVERY PROMISE WE MAKE IS PROVEN RY ITS PERFORMANCE PATIONS are MORE THAN REALIZED. Comparison and observation clearly show that the UNION OE QUALITY AND LOW PRICES reaches its highest state of perfection in the offerings we make: Wash Goods. One lot of Scotch Lawns, worth Ho; closing price, l-l-- 2c. light-weig- Grand Barbocuo At Hiram Taylor's Grove, near Rochester, Ky., on Saturday, August 12, 1099. Music, dancing, base ball between Echols and Beaver Dam, J. W. nines' colt show. All kinds of refreshments. The best of order pre served, no Intoxicating liquors per mitted on the grounds. tiful Pictures. If HllMTiPLElffsM Fair & Co., Prop'ps. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 8. The fourth quarterly meeting of the Roslne circuit witl be held at Marvin's Chapel next Saturday and Sunday. Miss Flossie Bennett of Owensboro who has been visiting the family of Mr. Jo L. Carson returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Eliza Gray came over from Beaver Dam last Friday and remain.. ed with Mr. Ben D. RIngo and family until Sunday. I.OCAI. F' I. Q. H. IR--. Tltir. TAU!.:BKAV.K US3, DAM. Narlh - Mail SOJ, ass, t'a.l freight Aerain. a. tenth 301, riul Mull. e ISieT p. m. 23, Lml freight "0 " it3l,AcraiM'oSMonwi9.tn. O. 33. Va.a.Xatar. JLcnt. Mr. J. W. Pord is sick. il Mall 7 S7 a. m, SiSOp.ra. ftivs . . Mrs. Amanda Kortz, of Rvansvllle, Is visiting Mrs. Nancy King. Mrs. Dr. S. J. Wedding went to Roslne Kortz Is accompalned by her son Tuesday MssterWIIIe. Mr. Lafe Green of Falls oi Rough Is The steamer Scioto lelt the wharf In town. here Wednesday evening with a big Attorney Fejton Robyot Fordsvllle load ol staves, shipped tram the factory here to Bvansvllle. Is In town. Field's 'bus meets all trains at Rev G. J. Bean will preach the Beaver Dam. funeral of Mrs. Basil Acton (colored) Mr. J, W. Hollowsy, Roslne. was at the Sulphur Springs colored church the second Sunday In August. In town yesterday. 12P- - )' ft Little Lubble Rowe has pneumonia and ia slightly Improved. County Attorney M. L. Heavrin went to EUtabcthtown Wednesday. Go to WesterSeld & Miller's for frest meats, lard, bacon and chickens. Mrs. R. T. Collins, and little daughter, and Mrs. J. H. White and son,Samuel, returned Tuesday vlsltto relatives at Owensboro. from a Don't tall to come In this and next week to secure a bargain Lawns.Or gandles, Straw Hats, Linen Hats and Cakson & Co. Mr. Flatt Lewis, of Louisville, Is Millinery Goods, visiting his aunt, Mrs. Jas. A. Thorn Best and cheapest lot ot Saddles as. ever brought to Hartford. All kinds Attorneys Shelby Taylor and J. S of buggy harness in stock at the very Glenn went to Louisville Tuesday lowest price. Likens & Iler. night. Linen Suits to close out at $1.50 Mrs. M. S. Ragland. who has been and Luster Coats 50c to $2. so. visiting relatives at Roslne, returned All $.$o. Summer Clothing at less than home Tuesday. Carson & Co. cost. Miss Alice King and Miss Lula Mr. Clyde Hocker came down from Hudson, have gone to whltesvllle lor LeitchGeld Tuesday and spent the day a two weeks visit. with bla little niece, Lubble Rowe, Mrs. B.J. Hudson spent her 71st who has been very sick lor over a birthday with the family ef Mr. Wm. week. Render Thursday. Jo Strattou, of Cromwell, was lodg Rev. and Mrs. F. M.Petty.ot Jeffer. ed in Jail here Monday, Stratton was aontown, Ky., are visiting relatives fined $100 at the May term ot Circuit Court tor Illegal liquor selling at near Barrett's Ferry. ' factory here Is tunning Cromwell, The Stave Bstrayed from my residence, in on full time and gives employment Hartford, one blue cow about nine to about forty men. years old, dehorned, was giving milk. Mr. Lawton Klein, who has been Anyone finding her will please report visiting friends In Illinois and Misto this office. home Wednesday, souri, came When In need of Smoke Stacks, Miss Ktta Stroud, ot Central City, Grate Bars, Inspirators, Governors, will arrive In Hartfoid Monday to Brass goods, etc., call on Mclfenry visit Mr. and Mrs J. L. Rowe. Co Manufacturing & Machine Messrs Lyman and Guy WlUUms McIIcniy, Ky. tf lelt Tuesday morning for a weeks vis& Son have secured an extra Field it to tclatlves at Hatdlnsburg. stable and now have ample room to Mr, Henry Griffin has opened up a accommodate all their customers. hardware store in the house formerly The politest attention and the best ot occupied by Mr George Klein. feed for your horses, Col, C. M. Barnett has sold his res-- . Estrayed from my farm near Wes Idence here and will move his family terfitldatwo years old yellow filly to Louisville the first of October. black main and tall, scar under left We are closing out our Lawns and eye and stifle mark on hind leg, Find Organdies lor less than wholesale er will please report to me and re. celve reward. Titos. R. Howard. Carson & Co, prices. , dates for Representative and State Lay aside yonr business cares, Senator and for State offices will ad and leave things dress the people on the issues of the household duties, 1 that perplex behind, join the party day. Oscar Taylor, Pfon.ra J LESLIE DAVENPORT. to Old Point, Aug. 9th, which will aSord you such diversion as will HAMLIN CHAPEL. you and prepare you to duties when enter anew upon your Born, to the wife of Llge Davis on you return. the 19th, a fine girl. Mr. Willie Park, of Clear Run, visWe have just received a carload ol and ited relatives here last Sunday. Plows, Harrows, Cultivators Miss Cora Cox Is visiting her aunt, Drills of the best make to be had and are prepared to save you money on Mrs. Nora Hagerman, this week. Mr. Richard Ballard and family, of Call and see all kinds of machinery. Centertown, visited relatives here last us before buying. Agents for the King of harvesting Sunday. Mr. Qulnton Her made a pleasant machinery. Henry Field & Son. call at Mr. Obed Chapman's last Sunday evening. Mrs. Armlnta Stevens, wife of Mr. Mr. John L. Allen was the guest of ot consumption at Isaac Stevens.dled his cousin, Mrs, O. R. Tinsley, last her residence near Sulphnr Springs Sunday. Tuesday morning at a oxlock. Mrs. Miss Mamie Bennett, of Washing. lady Stevens as an estimable christian ton, attended Sunday school here last and her death caused universal sorrow She leaves a hus- Sunday. In the community. The school wlU begin at Victory band and two small children to mourn of Augnst with Mr. Alvin her death. We extend sympathy to the 7th Johnson teacher, this being his first the bereaved. school at this place we wish him Mr. Thomas II. Carson died at his much success. home near Beda, Thursday morning Mrs. Nora Hagerman is on the sick of flux. Rev. Brown conducted the list. funeral exercises at the residence ol The singing which is being taught the deceased Thursday, after which by Mr. Hants Tsylor at this place is his remains were Interred In the fam progressing nicely. ily burial ground. Mr. Carson was Mr. Robert J Smith, who has been a brother of Judge J. F. Carson and quite sick for the past week.is able to Mr. Jo Car&ou of this place and was be out again. one of Ohio county's best citizens. Mr. Frank Graff was In this comDaisy. Issued an munity last Saturday. Cards have just been nouncing the marriage of Prof, A. P. CENTERTOWN, KY. Taylor to Miss Laura Render. The marriage occurs at the Baptist church The singing school here under the evening, leadership of U. S. Faught is moving In Hartlord, Wednesday August 9th at 8 p. m. Prof. Taylor on nicely; parents and children are Is an excellent young man and en taking an active interest In it. joys the confidence and esteem of a Mrs. Fannie Davis is able to be up host ot friends, every one of whom again after a short and severe spell of wish him great success. Miss Render indigestion and heart trouble. Is one of Hartford's most charming Mr.L. C. Brown was confined to his and winsome ladles, and he who Is room a few days this week, but is successlul in winning her love and some better. band is to be congratulated. Mrs. W. A. Rone Is on the sick list, but not dangerously 111. Important to Toachora. Mrs. L. C. Motton went to see her sister, Mrs. T, M. Morton, of Liver-mor- e, Stop at the Commercial Hotel durwho is sick. ing the Institute, Best accommodaMr. Sam Rowe, who has been com tions and the very best to eat. plaining lor quite awhile, is better. Special terms to guests by the week. Deputy Sheriff Tom Benton went W. B. DbHaven, Prop'r. to Hopkinsvllle this week, he went . on a business trip. Roaolutlons Miss Lizzie Hsgg, an accomplished Of the Hartford Bar and other officers young lady, of Henderson, Ky., is spending a pleasant time with the of the Ohio Circuit Court. At a meeting of the bar and other family ol C. L. Woodward here. officers of the Ohio Circuit Court, held W. A, Rone was In Bvansvllle this at the coutt house, Hattlord, Ky,, week on business, A crowd of young people composed July so, 1899, to take appropriate ac tion upon the death of Claude A. of Chester Bishop, Everett Tlchenor, Stevens, Jesse U. Fogle was elected Hub Myers, John Mclntlre and Misses chairman and S. A. Anderson secre- Urania Morton, Flora Green, Nellie tary. Bennett, Annie Rowe, Leila Heflln, On motion the chair appointed the Ada Heflln, Audra Williams and Ruth following committee to prepare and Williams went to the rock house on report suitable resolutions upon the Green river last Saturday and spent a deceased. J, S. Glenn, 15. P. Neal pleasant time in spite of the rain. and II. P. Taylor, who prepared and Miss Fannie Render has been emsnbmltted the following report, which ployed to teach our school this term, was ordered to be spread upon the we hope this will be the best we have records of the Ohio Circuit and Quar- ever had here; and the only way to terly Courts, furnished the county make a success of a school Is for all to papers for publication and ft copy fur- help; the teacher caanoYajooe be successful and If we are about to become nished the bereaved family. Whereas, The untimely and acci- chronic kickers on anything, just dental death ot our late friend aud give ourselves the first Individual dose brother officer Claude A. Stevens, de- of kicking and a sure cure will follow, Aunt. puty sheriff, hss called us together to let's try It? Me first. A gay little party left Hattlord Tuesday morning, July 18th, at 6 a. m., and arrived at Rockport at 8 a. m. After spending several hours with friends and enjoying a delightful dinner at the Glbbs House, our party then took leave and boarded the Cres cent City for our little journey. Our party was met by the officers of the Crescent City and were all given a hearty welcome. There were also on board two pleasure seeking parties, one from Earltngton and the other from Franklin, Ky., the former being bound for the Mammoth Cave. After viewing the beautiful scenery along the river and enjoying the ins vlgorating air, supper was announced much to the delight ol the participants. After supper the first strains of the most harmonious music was sounded which called the dancers to their places, the dulcet music and the harmonious ring of the light fantastic toe echoed around and resonnded until the clock hand was nearlng Its zenith when each bade the other good night and slep the sleep of the just until 5 o'clock when the whistle blew for our destination. After spending several hours In Bowling Green, we again boarded the Crescent City and while the baud played "Our Old Kentucky Home" we sailed homeward and bade Bowling Green farewell. On board going down there was quite a congenial par ty from Bowling Green going to Woodbury for a to days outing, composed of both ladies and gentlemen. We arrived at Rockport at 4 a. in., and at 6:15 we boarded our train for our journey's end, and to cut a long story short It was a delightful little trip for all. Last, but not least, I must make mention of the gallant officers oi the Crescent City we can all truly say that we never met a more hospitable sex of officers anywhere and should we be so foitunate again to get up a patty we will most assuredly remems berlhe.rescent City. The following composed the party: e Misses, Sallle Cate, Etta Thomas, Thomas, Margaret Guenther, Nola Her, Mabel Hocker, Alice Stafford, Edna Griffin, Sadie Austin, Birdie Nail and Messrs. Lcm McHenry, A. D. Busklll, Cleve Her, U. S. Carson, James Sanderlnr, Oscar Bishop, Hen ry Nail and Capt. John Keown and wife and Mr. Addis Pate and wife. Lil-H- In short, our word is our bond. When we say an article is worth so much, it is literally and wholly true. Statements in the newspapers are verified at the counter. In fact, your ANTICI- Ladies' Shoes. Ladies Kid Shoe, regular $1 goods; our price 31-2- o 75o. per yard. Ladies $1.50 Dongola Kid Shoes for $1.25. One lot Corded Dimities, worth 7 2o ; our Extra fine custom-maShoe, worth $2; our price, 4 French Organdies worth 35o; to close at 1 Do and price $1.50. This Hue in black and tan. Our Queen Bee, a regular $2.50 shoe; our price 17 2o per yard. Bedford Cord Suitings, regular 15c goods, go at $2. Remember, we guarantee every pair of these shoes to give satisfaction. 8 A full line of Misses' and Children's Shoes at One line Dross Gingham worth 7 our price prices to suit the times. 5o. 5o and Go. These Apron Gingham at 4 are special values. 5c. Heavy Shirtings go in this sale at 4 Our big Clothing Sale is still going on. As wo 0 2o and 7c. These goods are worth 25 per cont 'iavo said before, we do not believe in carrying more money. Uock from one season to another, therefore the do l-l-- 3o. l-l-- 2c, i'i Clothing. l-- 4c, l-- Table Linens and Bed Spreads I xnife cuts you. ch Good wide fancy Table Linen, wortl 35c; our price 25c. Extra nice fancy Table Linen, worth C5o; sale price 40c. Special values in other grades, from 15o to G5i per yard. deep in this line. Let us show these to White Bed Spreads. Ten-fo- ur white Spread, would bo cheap at 75c our price 00c. Extra quality 10-- 4 regular $1 Spreads go now at 85c, Eleven-fo- ur fino white Spread, worth $1.35: price now $1. Better goods at the same low prices. ' Men's Tow Linen Suits, regular $5 grade; must at $1.80. Boy's Linen Suits, $1.75 quality;to close at $1.25. Men's Suits, $3.50 goods; our price while they last, $2.48. Men's fanoy Cossimere Suits, wortir&$5, to clone .t $2.08. Special values in better grades $4.08, $5.50, $0.50 and $7.50, on up to $15.00 per suit. These and guaranteed to letter goods are all tailor-ma- de 'it and give satisfaction. 40 Domestics, Etc. Good yard. yard-wi- do bleached Cotton, 4 3 lo per Yard-wi- de soft finished bleached Cotton, would We have already won for ourselves the name of bo cheap at 8 our price 0 having tlib best and most complete stock of Shoes Sheeting, regular 20o goods, 15c ever opened up in Hartford. per yard. Men's heavy tap-so- le Brogan Shoes, worth everyExtra heavy Cottonode, lOo $1.25; our price $1.10. where l-- 3c; l-- 4c. Ten-quar- ter double-and-twisted Shoes. M. Dedicated to the young ladiesof our party by George Cecil, of the Crescent City. Our nation boast of ther freedom, , Great Britain is ruled by a crown, France is distinguished tor fashion and beauty, But nose can turn the Hartford ladles down. The frost of sixty winters Has passed over my head; I am a man I think of sound mind, And as a fair judge oi beauty, I think the Hartford ladles the most sublime. often boast of ladles of other cities, As though they all deserve crowns; But in my opinion there's none living, Can turn the Hartford ladles down. Men hand-ma- de heavy Shoes, would per yard. Men's New York Camlet Jeans, lOe per yard. be cheap at $ljiflt our price $1.5:5. Shoes go at pair. Men's lialf-ffr- iB We want everybody who likes to look at fine If you want something to hold feathery, we will Shoes, to ask tojsee our line and get price on our sell you the goods at 15o per yard and guarantee it. footwear. nice, full-stock tl Bed Ticking. ato Have you got one of our handsome Pictures yet? If not, why not? Remember we give an elegant Picture with every $10 worth of goods bought from us. Don't fail to ask for one of our Picture Cards. You are entitled to one. We still buy anything you have to sell and pay highest market price. Bring us your Produce. Remember the place, R,T, COLLINS, HARTFORD Master Commissioner's Sale. District Meeting K.of P. The Knights of Pythias of this Py thlan district were royally entertained by Star Lodge No. 19, at Owensboro, Tuesday evening In their district meeting. The lodge met in regular session and there were about 175 visitors and members present. Grand Chancellor Greene and Grand Prelate Jewell and Grand K. of R. were present. The secret work of the order was perfectly explained by tbe Grand Chancellor, and speeches were made by several members and vliltors.alter which the visitors were given a banquet at the Planter's House. Rough River Lodge No. no was represented by Drs. E. W. Ford and J. R. Plrtle and Messrs. A. C. Taylor and Sam A. Anderson and Capt. J. G. Keown. I have traveled this continent well over, I have visited the principal cities and towns, I have met the fair sex of many nations, But none superior ot your town. 38 poles to the beginning, containing three acres. from M. J. Also the lease-ho- ld OHIO CIRCUIT COURT, KKTUCKY. hardin to M. H. Thompson upon a H.MIlTIIISn tapirs, PlilBtifft, IS. traot of land on the waters of Panther MMI CIEU COM CO. lid OUirr, I often speak of my friends and ac creek, in Ohio county, Kentucky, quaintances, By virtue of a judgment and order bounded by the lands of the .Etna As ladles of renown. And I'll never fall to make mention of of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court.ren-der- ed Coal Company, the Owensboro, Falls those present, at the May term, 1800, in the of Rough & Green River railroad Oi being ?mong the most perfect I above styled case for the sum of: Company, Creed Hardin aud George have found. 4 NARROWS, KY. It makes me leel sad to see so many intelligent people, men and women, both yonng and old, plodding along life's rugged road, seeming to be regardless of where they are going, to weal or woe, stop and pause a moment, think seriously aud think earnestly aud ask yourselves tbe question: Where am I goingr This Hie Is short only a lew years at most, death is abroad lu our land, the young as well as the old, are passing away dally, if I should be called on to leave this earthly tabernacle of mine, can I say that I am prepared to mett God In peace, can I say I am going to the sweet haven of rest to dwell with Jesus and the holy angel's and all of our kindred and friends who have gone ou before or will I be one that will be banished irom the presence of aa Allwlse, just and mercliul God, to dwell forever In darkness where there will be no peace? God so loved the world he gave his only begotten son to sutler and die on the the cross "that whosoever bellev-et- h In Him should not perish, but have everlasting life." The religion of our Lord and Savior is worth more to one poor mortal than the rlchea cf ten thousand worlds like this. It gives us peace and happiness while here In this world of trouble aud disappointments, and it gives us tbe assurance of a home In heaven, where we will have rest, sweet rest forever, lithe next life was short like this only a few years, we might be able to bear the punishment that all wll have to bear that do not repent of their sins and have faith in our Lord and SavA Woman ior Jesus Christ. Tired nature cries out lor rest and recuperation, and there Is no better time to get both than on, the Old Point trip Aug. 9th, i.in. $162.00 with Interest from Dec, 1,1894 April 28, 1899 451.05 " July 29, 1898 110.58 " Mav25,1898 160 33 " May 18, 1898 118.30 " July 26, 1898 600.60 Aug. 17, 1898 62.80 " April 13, 1898 221.90 " April 14, 1898 121.90 May 10, 1898 67.27 July 22, 1898 323.29 " Jan. 1, 1898 262.81 " Mar. 20, 1898 265.81 Sept. 5, 1898 471.23 And $588.00 cost herein, I will offer for sale by publio auction at tbe court house door in Hartford, Kentuoky,on Monday, the 7th day of August, 1899, about 1 o'clock p. in., upon a credit of 0, 12 and 18 months, except tho personal property, which will be sold on a credit of throe months, the fol it: lowing doscribed property, Beginning at a stake two poles from the centor of the main track of tho Onousboro, Falls nt Rough & Groen lliver ruilwsy on the oast lino Hardin and Stove Moore ; to a stake thence S. 81 -2 E. 8 10 same distance from said railroad ; thence parallel with same east 10 pols to a stake; thence S. 11 W. 31 poles to a stake; thence N. 80 W, to a stake In the Steve Moore line, 24 poles; thonoe N. 11 E.to the beginning, containing 5 10 acres. Lot No. 2, bounded as follows: corner Beginning at the south-ea- st of lot No, 2, on which the Thompson Coal Tipple is situated and two poles from the raid railroad, tunning with same, N.87 -2 fi, 12 poles to Dean's lino; thenoo with his line S. 4 W. 38 Poles to a stake; thence S. 87 W, 13 iioles to a stake, corner of said lot No. 2; thonco with said lot No, 4 U. to-won 14-4-10 1- Bush and containing 100 ucros more conveys tho or less. Said lease-ho- ld right to mine or remove all coal, iron, stone, clay, oil, salt or other mineral or volatile substances contained in or under said lands and is for a period of fifty years from April 0th, 1804, and is the same conveyed to M. S. Thompson by M. J. Hardin by lease of record in Ohio County Clerk's office. Also the following described personal property, it: One gray mule named "Bully," one red mule named "Isaac," one red mule named "Tom Stout," one bay mule named "Dave," one red mule named "Nod," one bay mule named "Ned," one mouse colored mule named "Dutch," one blaok mule named "Nan,"one black mule named "Tom," or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale. This 21st day of July, 1800. ROWAN HOLBROOK, Master Commissioner. Glenn & Rmgo, Attorneys. to-w- "Saved Her Life.n Farming implements of all kinds, for ssle by Henry Field & Son. mwmwmm: i siller cms & are noted for hanging on. 3S and tS Thev weaken vnnr throat lungs, and lead to I bad a MTera attack of LaOflpp "In 1M oiJt sad at th sad of four month, t phjllcUnj, ftlendi and food nunlne could nerrom irtttn www and do, 07 lust t 0 complttaly wrtcktd, my lift wu of, my frUndj itYlaf m up. IcouU ooliUepbythouM ot opUtM. lly lMt tad bcut pained a terribly and my wu meat antiTatlnt. I could not Ho ia out petition but a tbort Um aadnot ou my left aid at all. My husUad brought sm Mile' Kerf la and Heart Our and I gen UUot them. Wbta I bad taken a haU bottle of cb I we uucbbeturandsoatla-uln- ( ISM U nor MBS. , tha whom noseknown, cr wldtb; JOUN WALLET, cf J.ffcreoo. bit hlj wrlU. brt coh b. I. ii serious trouble. Don't trifle with them. Take Scott's Emulsion at once. It soothes, heals, 3 S 9: 2 R penUteatlyltookaboutadoeen bottle and wu completely rettond to health to thurpriof an." I andturcs. SOcmJSI. All drauUii. funded. Book 00 dl I of th heert and neire free. Addr. I OlLHILBailKIlIOAIiOO, beaelta or money an told by all dnil a t lit under SretpotlUr I bottle luarant, 1 Dr. MOM' Kmdle BsSli mhH. U4. re--1 EfltA4ew)lV taMgMk nillViilisijiii MiiHiit iHiTif" . jgy3V-t- & iiiiiiiWi'miw imiiiiii Auml j Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY a8. m-- ..u j.lirfil.amtMJTyrn.Jime von can save 10 to 15 per cem ay nuymg your i'jyii'.Ta rwwcrtsramrsrnniN13 ...... . . ma-torl- al TI10 Parson's Steam Turbine. ht Lumbor, Bash, doors, shingles and building at tho Cornor ol Inglo and 7th sts. H Tho InVontor Alms at a Spood Knots for of Forty-Eiga Small Crulsor. In the July number of "Cassler's" C. A. Parsons gives an account of his experiments with the steam turbine, and briefly mentions some of the hopes he entettmns in legard tu tint interesting mechanism. The turbine mu.'t he kept distinct in the popular mind from the type ol engine which is represented by De Laval's wonderful motor. The latter permits nn efct'plng jet of steam tr tail upon a series of buckets arranged long the periphery of a diskliki wheel The rotation of this disk at t velocity cf twenty thousand revoiu ions or more a minute is effected b he puvh ol the vapor on the buckets Itcr the manner of water upon an overshot wheel, or. to be more exact like the so called Pclton water wheel, which is called an "Impact wheel.'' Some turbines are driven in nearly the same way, buttbeyare usulallyen--cased- , so ns to keep the fluid from shirking its responsibility; and gen eially it happens that the water, or steam, acts upon all of the blades ol the true turbine simultaneously. It should be added that the De L'tval en glne uses the steam only once, and sp parently wastes a portion of the pow er, whereas some of the steam titr bines provide for triple expansion, and utilize all of the stored force. However, like the De Laval engine, the steam turbine of Mr. Parsons' makis terrific speed, and in some in- stances has made from two thousand to forty five hundred revolutions. These high speeds are particularly useful lor certain kinds oi work, driv ing dynamos, which demand rapid ro tation. At the present time, Mr Parsons says, at least sixty thousand horse power of steam turbines is de voted to generating electricity. The application of the turbine to navigation was something of a novel ty. It was feared that it might be necessary to introduce gearing to re duce the speed of the engine shaft be fore transmitting its power to the pro peller shaft. However, it was decid ed to make the two shafts one, and to run the propeller at from two thous and to three thousand revolutions a minute, in the original Turbinia. which was an experimental boat. At first only one propeller shaft was used, but there were arranged along it several screws. This plan develop ed an unforeseen effect. The screws excavated huge holes In the water, and these retarted the progress ol the craft. A much lower speed than had been anticipated was realized. Other faults were discovered, and there were remedied after the first set of trials But the most important change was in substituting three propeller shatts for the one. Each of them bore three screws. The revised Turbinii, then, had nine propellers. She now made almost double her original speed Her best record is a full mile at the rate of thirty two and three quarters knots. At the naval review which celebrated Queen Victoria's Jubilee, in 1897, the Turbinia was spurted up to thirty-fou- r and a half knots, but did not cover a mile at that speed. Two new boats now being built for the Britith Navy, to serve as torpedo boat destroyers, are to be equipped with turbine engines of twelve thous- - I have one of ihc best a&sottments of Choice Lumber in the State, and can make it an otjtct to you to drive hete for your lumber, even if it is ft few bltclts out of your way, I dell strictly for Cash, which means that you will not have to help pay any bad bills when you buy here. Come Prices. THEO.E.RECTIN, sixicL jSlsIs. Doalor in all kinds of Building Material, I'tlllM.ll hKYK.NTII AMI lMll.a. HriJU.TS. n nrtigaaiMq: - rmm-'- H! iwv...-- .. ajj-.-fmija- LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Union Depot, Seventh & ST. LOUIS HAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, 222 Fourth Avenue, f xzis and River. xr rrrs:s, :rAr.sa lot. 1039. St. Louis to Louisvillo Louisville to St. Louis & "West, No 44 No. 45. No. 41. 7:56a m 8:3sp m Leave St Louis Leave Louisville 7:45a n Mt.Vernon ' O.vensboro 11:41a ru 11 :58pm " Henderson I3'45P m 12:55a m " Evansville 2:2op m 11 Henderson 2:46pm " Evansville 1:151m 1:251m " Owensboro 3'44P ro " Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:32? tu 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7M5P n Leave Louisville . Hawesville. " Owensboro. " Henderson. Arrive Evansville " & East and horse power, and are expected to make at least thirty-fiv- e knots, or forty and a half miles, on their trial trips. Otherwise they will not be nc cepted. Mr, Parson hopes to see this figure surpassed, and talks about e miles an hour, but he is not boasting yet. The famous inventor Is now con sidering the feasibility ol using this type of engine on merchant and passenger vessels. He has In mind n boat for service In the English Chans nel capable of developing thirty knots an hour. He also contemplates an unarmoted cruiser for the navy which would find sixteen knots her most economical speed, so far as coal consumption is concerned, but would be able to Increase this up to forty-eigknots and maintain it for three hours It has been pointed out repeatedly that the water tube boiler, which is now coming into universal favor amotg naval experts, develops far more power for the space occupied and the weight carried than the old Scotch boiler. Similarly, it appear.' that the steam turbine is lighter that the best marine engine of the re ciprocating type. Hence Mr. Parson argues that thus much more power can be had for the same displacement (the measure ol a ship's size) than in the sorts of vessels with which the world has hitherto been familiar. foity-thrcht TO OLD POINT Comfort and tho Soashoro on Aug. 9th Tho Groat- - Genoral Directory. 8TATR OPP1CIAU " ostof AH Trips. The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. S. P. A., will l.o run V. A. Wednesday, Aug. lllli, via 1. C. niul C. & O. Railways, from Doavor Dam 011 regular train ; leaving at 7:37 a. m.,conueotilig with Soashoro Spocial which loavos Union Station, foot of Tho Seventh street at 1:30 p. 111. round trip rato to Old Point Comtort 15.50 and tho tickots nro is only good until August SOth, with stop over privileges returning only. This trip surpasses any offored tho traveling public. Grant! and lieau tiftil scenery, inviiroratiuir mountain ocean voyago.iiala-ti- nl air, liotol entertainment ami a visit to tho Capital, if desired. Eory attontiou nntl courtesy will lie extended tolitdies without escorts. Clioico of routes returning, Letweon Richmond anil Clifton Forge, will lio given, enabling thoso who tlpsir to visit Lynchburg, Natural Dritlge and other points of interest. Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 for oertli - Louisvillo to UIU t oiiit,to be occupied by 0110 or two porsons, and application for sleeping car spaco nhotild lie uiado at onro to M . A. WILGUS.S. P. A.,Hopkinsville,Ky. For further particulars, address o. above or call on airent I. C. Railway. nuvonior William O. Umrilty. Y. J. Worth-Ingtm- i. Limit. Governor Secrotaryof State Charles Finley. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor Samuel II. Stouo. Trmiurer Geo. V. Lung, Commiasioiier of Agriculture, HorStatistics niul Lucas ticulture Moore. Suu Jrintnniteiil Public lustructinii-,1 W. Wus, . Davi-01- 1. IieKisiur Land Oflico Clias. O. Reynold. Insiiranco Rurcnu Contmli'incr-- D. W Comiiignro. 1). R Collier. AtllMnnl General Slate Librarian Mies Paul Dcanc Hardin. HMLItrVll COJI.MlSSI'i.NhliS. p?Vwh'LP& litrVllf1!!! itwJi'iiJvyaml'A "King out thsoia Rlnilathenew KlDE out u" fal'4 Elns ln u tru " e Mns t0 you ,he nwf '" ,rue 'rom ,h VUV Ino C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsrv, II. 8. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F. Ilrown. CONCIUKS'IOVAU lPVia WMK-- surf-bathi- Hon. William C. Lind-n.iIlmi. W, J. Deline. Rpprerentntivo Fourtli District Hon I). II. Smith. Senator y. ii rVar'; Pine-Tar-Hon- ey 8TATK I.KfltSLATOItU. Sena tor H on. T. O. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hull R C. JarnnL'in. Ton. OHIO COUNTY. cincuiT COURT. W. T. Owen,. fudge Dettlta Only. 20c, 6O0. and $1.00 Sliea BE SURE YOU GET Itc1vrquirkandrruaDrnirrli( Dr. Sail's mttlpaevallaacnailjaaDilroala. It matt VI. A. VatcaUe, wrak I unr itrom.-il- rr, AM 88 YEARS xid barer saM any r.mrtr aiu, 10OLD.lll-- ltn l.r. I Pini-Tar-Mi- Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by stlence to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltivo Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated s the microbe-bearinmucus Is cut out tha cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that then Is no Inclination to cough. 80L0 DY ALL GOOD DHUQGIST8 PaJiKa.KT. Owens-bor- For Salo by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. Hon. Owen-hriro. J. F.v;lti Rovve, Attorney No. 46 8:55P m 2:45a 3:10a 4:00a 7:30a m ui nt m Bismarck's Iron Norvo Was the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will and tre mendons energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bowels are ont of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every piwer of brain and body. Oolyascat J. H. Williams' drug store. T II. Rlack, Jailor -- Harttord. R A Ander"n, Clerk Hartford. Riwari Hnlhrook, Mastor Cnnimli-sinn- ei We Want to Call Your Attention Aftf? No Right To Ugtlnoss. The woman who Is lovely in face. form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attractive must keep hear health If she is she weak, sickly and all will be nervous and irritable. If she has constipation or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptiousand a wretch ed complexion. Electric Bitters lithe best medicine in the world to reg ulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to purify the blood. It gives stronp nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make charming woman of a a run-doinvalid. Only 50 cents at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. run-dovgood-lookin- llttrtlord. G U Likens, Triislce.Iury Fund Hiirllniil. Sherilf S T Hartinni. Deputies D. iM. Mocker, T. II. Ren-to- n. It. B Martin and W. H. Tiurley. Court conveneB first Monday in March ami Auetist fttid continucsthrce week', nntl tlitril Mnuday in May and November two week. COUNTY COUI1T. To the fact that we havo now on hand a large and well selected stock of No. 41 . 7 45a m 10:431 m 11:40a m I2:45p m 1:15pm No 43 S:o4p m y:osp m lollop m to:4op m 4:5P m n:o8p m i2:58p m 12:55a m 1:25a m 8:35? m No. 45 ladies', Men's Aisses Shoes, Chil- Aen's, Boys' and dren's (Jloihing. Judgo Brown's Farowoll. "An honest conlesslon Is said to be good for the soul and body. I have been a politician forty years, and dur ing that long and eventful period have succeeded in alienating many of my best friends, have spent thousands ol dollars in a vain effort to put men In office that cared nothing 'for me or mine after the election. "Four years ago I made the race for Lieutenant Governor, and came near getting the nomination. This should have satisfied me, but it did not, Nothing seemed easier than that should be tendered the nomination this time. So I sailed in. So did Hays, Beckham and 'Cyclone' Thorne, all bent on being Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky. Alter going over the State I failed to find any enthusiasm for any man for this office that should be abolished, as it is of no earthly benefit to the people of the State. "Some oi the candidates have spent more money in their effort to secure the nomination than the proceeds ol the office will be lor the next twenty years, unless there should be a 'takes out' in running the pardoning mill. "I hope man and beast will pardon me for playing at politics for so many years; in other words, tor acting the fool for so long. I have repented, but do not need the ordinance of baptism performed ; that has been amply attended to In the way of being sub merged and well soaked in defeat. "Kentucky politics means hunger, thirst, rage and tatters lumbago, vertigo, headaches, death, hell and the grave utter annihilation. I have at last arrived at my senses, if I evei had any. That is more than any oth er candidate can say for self. I have been snatched from the eternal burning, saved, rescued from the depths and placed upon the rock of eternal quietude, with gaunt hunger, poverty aid humility looking at me, andtt be despised of all men running for office. I have bad the dose, ' It is much like the quadrennial ipecac; it comes up during the excite raent of thecampilgn and turns down as the returns begin to come in. Nn longer will the hungry rOice seeker look upon me ns the man of alt others to make Ills calling and election mte No longer will the) listen to the siren' songs ol flat tfl ing prospects far elecs tion. No lenger will they look upon me as the Moses that will lead them through the wilderness ol the free and unlimited coinage rl silver and gold, and point out the golden calf of pros perlty on their Induction to office. "I am out of office, out of money, out of clothe., out of political friend", out of soip.but have my head left and plenty ol gratitudr for all political tools that ftaited in the same boat w th me. No forger wtll my advlre be sought or needed or my gratullbiM services called Into requisition; my opinion will be of no value to the av My rnnnuHnding eiuge politician lorm and eloquent tongue 111. y not be Drnd teen or heard limn the to all the cares and vicissl uilcs of litical upheavals ; dead to all the of liungi) candidates; dead to all sorrows, woei and clll.ctlons ol soul acd body ol candid. ites " Judge M I). Drown In IVmhinke Hevlew, i EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLK. No. 46 No. 44 No. 42 2:45a .to 2:20pm Leave Evansville . . . . 6:50am 2:46p m 3:10a m " Henderson 7:15a m m 34-1" Owensboro 4:00a m 8:15a m 4:4op m 4:50a ill " Hawesville 9:13a m 7:30a m Arrive Louisville I2'35pm 745P w All trains run through solid to Evansville. Through Parlor Cars and Pullman Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 36 connect at Irvington for Fordsville & Hardinsburg daily. .... .... .... .... .las. P Miller, JudsoHarttord. Hartlord. M. 8. Kaglautl.Clork M. L. UeiivriL.Attorney-Hartfon- l. Court convenes first Monday in each month. QUAltTEKLY CGUItT. As we do not wish to carry any of these Goods over, in fact we are rather overstocked, we will for tho Begins on the second each month. COUKT OF Monday in CLAIMS. Cotivcues first Monday iu January, and Tuesday after the bcciuiI Mnuday id Uctobcr- OTIIEIt COUNTY OFFICERS. N. Moxlcy, Surveyor. 9t7rtor9rrmrr9'rrmv0'riv-0'rtnT? fi The Smith Premier Typewriter ...is the... 9 MnJ Economical Constructed on Writing Machine. scientific ptttdplcs of simple parts, It is the most daralle machine made. Repair bills It Is the Best IhemtnlTwm. it reduced to Vahe Writer. Ask for Art Catalogue. The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, 421 Walnut St. Cincinnati, O. 215 5tlxSt. Louisvillo, Ky y - G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rocvrs, School Supt, L. V. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Prohibition Convontlon. Poorhouso C. R.' Campbell, The Prohibitionists of Kentucky Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. will meet in mass convention at LouT. A. Evan-- Court wilt be held 1st and 2d, to nominate isville, Aug. at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, a Statu ticke . Hon. Samuel Dickio, September 1st and December 18th. Albion, Michigan, and chairman of It. F. Graves Court will be held the National Prohibition Executive at Bulord on March IH), Juno iiU.Scp-tcmbCommittet,will bo present. Reduced 28 and December 21. rates on all the railroads havo been 8. J. Wei.i.er Court will be held secured on the certificate plan. Tho nt March Willard hotel will lio headquarters, and convention "ill be held in .Music Hall. A banquet will bo held at the at 10, ' on illard Tuesday ovening. beptember 2 and December '.). W. A. Ronk Court will bo held at i ir li v. v. Ta Care Conatlpntlon Yorerer. Tike Oaeareli Camlr Cathartic. 10c or So. nil to cure, urugjuui reiuad money NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give yon good Bargains in the above mentioned lines. We mean business and if yon are in need of these goods it will pay yon to come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is new and in every respect. up-to-date IS. t Lvy d& Co., Bed, SSy. ARK BCNNINO A er HENRY FIELD & SON ' SS'.SS;T11A N 8 FE R LINE pas- - IS IT RIGHT For an Editor to Rocommond Patent Medicines? (Sylvan Valley News, Brevard. N. C) It may be a question whether thr editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood the market, yet as a preventive ol suffering we icel it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. We have known and used this medicine in our family for twenty years and have nlways found it reliable. In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of sufletlng while a physician Is awaited. We do not believe in depending iniptlctly on any medicine for a cure, but we do believe that if a bottle of Chamberlain's Diar. thoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at the inception of an attack much suffering might be avoided and in very many cases the presence of a phyhiclan would not be nquired. At least this has been our experience during the past twenty eais. I'orsalebjiC Wayne Griffin & Bro m To and from Beaver Dam. ab?SbjkwZ1i:m,j,2i,,'a uice New OMNIBUS will meet all W. II. Dames, Judge. J. S. R. Weddinfr, Attorney. TOWN TRUSTERS. CITY DIRECTORY. senprer trains at Beaver Dam. S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. Jno. IJ. Dean, Sec'y. Geo. Klein. A. D. White. Preston Morton Post No, 4. G. A. R. hold their regular meetinir Satur day before the first Sunday in each month in Court llall at 1 o'clock p, W. A. Carson, Com. m. John C. Chaubrrlain, Adjt. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HOUSES 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. When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel in comfort If you know how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket Ia the COTTON 1SELT HOUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car. The chairs are arranged so you can have u comfortable seat during the day end a good place to sleep at night. Each car is supplied with a ladles' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker, i ou will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to fetus vuhotit chance. Diiect connections are made r.t Cotton Belt junctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory,. OMahoma ' .id the far West. If you ore thltilclng of talfttg a ttlp. write aid UU ua wr-eryoj are KOln and when yuti wtll lektt auU we will . tl jni how much time our ticket will coat, what IralntutaLeaoua lomak. ihel-ca- t Had connection., ami anything cUe we can that will help make : your trln a comfortable one An little ItuoWlct. "A THU TO THXAB." will be mcilol free to any a.ldrim. Tnnelinj l'aaseucer Acrnt, eiSCulialliliJ;, LOUISVILLK, KY. vm' (A) Ocn'l 1'j imr AL?&WVb'V&IV9S m- -. 5 FIU? Jb aa TKI OK, prop'rs. CO c. u. m. sjaans iuU9z5& Tells tho etory. When your head. Hi'lit'i, ami )ou feel bilious, const!- -' 'imtftl, uml out of tune, Willi jour I siomani sour nna no appetite, just ( I uuy a pacKago ei SEND ONE DOLLAR SjM aJfHto V r .HaiataeBii.rcai.Hh..uiu..rHiki.TorsiwiI iit ..aatufcull d;hlll .lrl!!V.U!l atUICTItiallliaiTiO. atraaiiino, to riartcTLi e.Timauar, ajimi XmHI S lAllal U.IMH 9HKUIAI. IiiaT MTiH.4TMe.ee a. r'e j ) Ami tnko a dose, from 1 to 4 pills. "C x Yon will lio mirprlsul at liow rosily 2 Pt'ny will do ttnlr work, luro jourP (9 In utnrlio mid blllous-u-ss- , rouse Hie ry j) vi mm! nmk" you fid happy nnaln.,8 boM by all iiicUiUne dealer. A dJi uiiu. " era.r, lttrmiit3ll.uu, trS eH7"!lllBLK7TSifwV WE MAKE THIS TOP WmBtSSSSH vVieLBHieLLLLLBHBtM'. SSSSnSSSi r. raak.r. put la ait.oa aacia. Lauel 8trle For I8t. Caa atoary ttiU tronl Ua SmI 0aa..nMl WowL ar,lUil Thai tir, irinla, SaUd. b BfrUn. aa lllutratae, er Brawiur BU. I'.u.t. T.r,r.tur,0aaraa. lll.n Or.d. brawad Rim Dariaa'abar k cartalaa. Haar,Uallr-Kufaba- r 11M.U UaL fall Ma aad ati law Ue tr fralgol ekarrw. OUR ll.0 and OltHBlIT TtBKllIAW, moi td aqoalto aar lHMbuitTwart,IKxlrblac,U..ri)arhcrtaa ' S3BOOItlDlfr,'tCIAlrllCErrt7Ma,M xm . MU'rsiUtn Mt tkru QDAIAHTIID YOU CkH WBITKrOI rBKI fcfCOT fiTiUMitE. nnni-t- t fill HAM ncr.T. rt fata. t4rra liStlm. rlt.(Uitl..e Ii( lrlk Ut ul hM arttUt. Tbiei xtr ninnff uun 91t1.1v iirrnnira ntin m.tiat. lUJe SOtaNWi IHifl i UflMIi Addroas, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. Alt will suyuu Irtrts rill If BIBS Si Announcement -- W. A. McQUOWN, n. W. LaBBAUMB, r au4 Tit. Anent. hT LOl'II MO. J llttlCIOKtlllltl MIKlU SEND ''Our MO IU1SICI MU.H ClktrtMllM UfkMfCa.OU. 1HK ainiTiar amuui iou till or. ... .... Special Offer SO '!fDAunda (raliblcaarg... f a. niar&in. Prlco w.lgli. ... is ... .... ... 110 ! 131 f?tl H 1 1'VlijrS'TiV irWlSHOt'HK. aV ftnri .ad Ih. rr.Ivht will CIVE IT THREE MOHT.16' THIALIa or oTi boiVId we will rtura you, II&.U auy Jar yuu ara not attuned. W. mU .r. m rt4Mr ( lUtUiM t M 19, 10.90, 111,, K;y MONEY attiasfflaya ajlrdall StW,R3 iiiu " """u, MACHI C. l. B. eaajMI 33Fttz3 - iK" " grt M euST . PBSIH1 im rf-i- i I ''' ui vcruamiiiu, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ctTirin( mini euMiMi uudar i . -- -1 .,ta.Mjjjj eaaoaraa cur tvj valient uomi, with wut) copy B Imsti 'I? I THE BURPICIt m i .a.ic.0,,.,.1 -- ware. sni,niWi 11AMKI1 AIIKIIIl'A, r fiun ini.niviiUAii.iitii eVTI Uil UJ MrjT tM.'zfce?igTtfjriwfcT fj . SOLID Hn......ttdi'."n1.1'''''".'""' A0 k OAKPBPPPUK , '.KV ooailtutrftUdabowinaci.ia(cloMl,ibMddrep i u N T rUBOI6LtlnC9. QUARTER SAWED J.caVWul.V.r'.'.V.n'i1,! :.nnii4ffl k,ll.60. Mom GUARANTIED u. -Mr WT09 inairUCUOIl UOOK MlM '"J wmwwmmnmm HTH.UH1 Jaat Bawanvont a run II aa.1 da altaar plala ur aar CluT Jr.rTifaTaia.. A 80.YBaSu- - UrtDIHO OOARAItEF. I, IT COSTS YOU NOTHING a.alaa UK mkln.. Lmpu.,i wnltr, p4Uot hftudU Ur, mum mU lmrhBttl,uioU tmcrar UIKirelr. ur UM, oU4 iO, ii mW Ub full Uncth Ubl rmt, UImI 1W kfiiWw rrMM, bctl U blu for MwtAf. tmmw rol4, mbowl ni cUoanud ctli( fiUA, fliait DkkI drtvwtr pulU,rMUDa eu! mii icrufUjuuiireMl, raiilD8ylli lro wLamL I Urt Uik irm m. Bt,ltlv (tor notion td, MlMkrMdlBi lbrU uitrd iMbbia iOMA WheMl. fia Iron tlaLl) to b u tnd t A II I K The Illinois Central now 1 has on sale, and will con tinue the same until Sept 30111,1099 rounn uip sum nur toui lit tickets from all points on its lines in the South to a large list of sum mer resmts In the North. Its fast double daily service to St Loui.s, Chiciigo.Clncinnatl and Louisville ui ables one to learh quickly and com. foitably the incuntuin resorls of Vir gluia, the White Mnurtalns and Sea side of New Englnrd, the Thousand Inlands, the lake and forest resoits of Michigan, Wisconsin and Minne-ota- , the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Yellowstone Park or the of Co o rado Tickets and full Information as to rates in connection with the above can be had f ogenta of the "Central" and connecting lines Pass, Agent. Ntut Orleant. Past, Agent, Utmphlt. tint. S. 0, Hatch, Dlt, Pass. Agent, Cincinnati. W, A, KCUOHO.A.Q P.A, H HANSON, 0 P A., rVffi. Illw .M kn liml AM. Memphis, tllllAitrl.tM, Href Hint .Moat New Orleans 1'OI.NTH IX ropnlnr llnnlr1 10 TASTELESS a. Oa Liubted Wstihnleil Trams with Cafe Cam, Piilliimii Sleeiwrsaml Free Reclining Cimir Curs to Memphis and New Oriciiii 13 JUST A8COOD FOR ADULTS. I'tillmin TniirUt Car leaves Louis- WARRANTED. PRIClSOOctS. Thum-lnvillo every ui'it, hiuI runs a tLATU, tixa., not. M. 1813. thrnuuh toCaliii iiiin viu Mew Orleans rarl.Mllcli,rn.,Sl lula.Mo. (Jantlemem We aold last roar, 109 botttea ot mid llio Squill I'.ic iio Snnft It'iute. CUOVKH TABTKUCKS C1IIU, TOMIO and bare tbrae itrvaa already Ibla year. In all our Double r.i'n frnu Imi&vil.'e to tuuubt of 14 year.. In the druir Lu.lneaa. bare evar told an article that fare aucb unlver.al aatl. ly San FruiicUc'i only 80 00; (action aa your Toulc loan truly, Ainiv.Cauii ACo. low rati s to iutermcuiuto For sale bv J. H. Wil i..m. point". Tl.VtS, .MEXICO AMI Ll 1 QN1E Southern llall way. H I LL Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded. It is of first impoitance to get your training at the school that ttauds in the very front rank. i.otiiNVii.i.i:, i.i:.vru.'KY. BOOK KUKPINO 1 Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in SHORTHAND hUline Graduates ot this college preferred by bunl-TJ .KGHAI'IIV, neis houses. Write for a beautilul book giving testimonial trom graduates occupying prominent positions till over tbt 28 United Statesit will be mailed to you FKItti. A Business gdcieaiion THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, K SEMP ! pronnr-tintiute- laiuuiiuicaiii.i riauaviuti, jrr.irm., u. 6,...i.itu Youeanexamlii ll al yourtuoreil rrclabt uKt. .t.lni--y n u And It a.arlly aa r.erMral.d auualtoori,aQa tbaf audit r uil .1 To.4M la eiew.ue, Uui tfraauul rail oy.mar.raaw an far titt.r taan oraan. adr.rtlM-- by otlicr. at ui. a mnn.y ray HkdrrMtHAaiSMlIk us ome 01, ,i Tho Trno Cold F- - Cahlornm, No BlIzzHrds, Winter Routo to Afarray, Dla. A. Scott, Dill, Weallwr Snow fllookarlos. I Vb Tho e?$ciMi V ! - i.uiTO:rA;r,.rd,;r.i0,cW:r" ,,o' A. Mreu4 .UMr.liiUT.htr.fcU. a a 4triaiLahlA hra.eiue (a di tvljaaub' bMrlart, pftUni m rnrl hd tbda t.t lr.M. dourtei bfuidoalf Cnltl, loulitlltt. . Volcnnlo Eruptions w, MVatlliY'ieiia iCldlf "!" K( Arni, SEARSaOEDUCK Bauitu Slfutue or & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, ii .V ZZ. ...7MMi7raara III. Are grand, but Skin Kruptlona rob Hfeolj'iy. Bncklrn's Atnlci Salve cuies them; also Old Running and 1'ever Sires, Uicers, Dolls, 1'elons, OASTOIIIA. tta t llu tod lian aiimkj Binfjj Where tbeShoa Pinches wltr corn grw, Htmevt thai corn with Biilv. to pttn, no poison ttroDg point And tbU'i - that i ! tht corn 1B3- .- Uittfitati er utatr matt, In Wanted-- An ti. ho Jl IhlDJ t (ftooi almbls tiltlitflO MUutf your Mmjj tnnj Lrtnf nm wvtvJitu SroUct J6UN WtUliEKliUUN ft CO., VtUDt Altnr. Wtiblti ton, i). Vfu tblr ll Ju) iru iU thr Idea lOMi fmGimsmmm ZKmMssKAiUIiili dh 1 Corns, Waits, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Handa, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on enrth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 35 cts. a hnx. Cure guaranteed. Sold by J; H. li I n r pailiuularH write In J. R, Hol- (j Krliluikv, VltKliilH.Niilllli JK Huh, a1hI,iii, ds, Traveling Patenter Agent for (() 1) rtli iirulliiii, (Jrorul.,, Xl O It R, Loiiiivillo, Ky. ANi k Hlitl )lllaali,l. Id In f priil vi'li a of tho South k 646.5 Miles TMa-- Duly TmIus W em UnniH rjpeKerV (tnlilp.whio'i is re- - Ijy 1'itHCen I oniavi'lc-- I I.ex- plcto with iii'flrea'iria infnrmatinn (f) (J) intctou ObeiVrtttoo Ch.tir C'dta coticrnliii.' tho S'lirlicru 'trrhiiry. It A Traim leve nd arj voiir if lit. "r"r " aj w iti:br,at,,bollowielthUiruLUFclolb1plr rivcLon aviilefrum balluwa Bttxk anl floaat taathar la will he rniHcii ti v hi line TIIK constreet Uiiio-- i IJel-otjlataVltbcb mirror, nkkal .laud icial rranra, . On the t nntl llilnl riiP'il.iv. nt r.a.u. tv... aadai trv madam ImtiraeiAni; necting with lratnHi the Mat artw " aa4 Ua a tetania Ualrattlaa !, alhat4. each lunntli lI'iitiefVekMfa' ticket are I llioiCentiH)ituilixi uland UUAHAKIttU ZD TEAHS, and B'liitbwHitern old to, aJBJOii ;; Uawa I, K ft St I. Knilwsv. wmun btudlnij tf vaar run an tea. brttia tartna and oondiUona of htob if 4vny points at Hpccil Jow Kite, g hh to clf M ol wpaJr II af akana. try i ir momhana days Iro'n return wttiift twenty-on- o For Inforihglion, AildffS leu urn not tiliU tm of theaa ersaaati wtll ba aold isvasK f ilato nf'saio. Liberal ar A. VYbsdan. P. OUIII.ll AT OIIK. lIMrT nil i? T.A.. 216 4th sa. Uti'IIs. Xy OUR RELUDILITY IS ESTADL1SHED If ro hi rangements. Wti. H. TaylH, Aislslnt Q. P. ., iculsrill, H' 111 T'irtiiH ClgXtestt Smttiiri Htaft 531.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE JTuiJIIB .r ..-- . a prlt ektrt "t" " ' rTrr w 4brthart. ttb avvtr mvd rr THE ACMGOUlfHlonJbrtl.-(lilBAliU.l.uiWEtTKrosrb imwmmU nt mU4 From th lUoitraUuuihown.wtilrti I eiwrtv4 dlriKl from pbotoarraph.rotl cn ronn iK.ro UeftodU ! La itlrul DlaiaVfnCaL. MeJe rVeia ulli a..A t JWr,IWA.-",aTi.a. i'H"ia, uuiio,inu'niITUtrnrVUaaiJUrTaeUnnt 1. TIU AtlKltlllMfrtlSlnchMbULl, UltUltVttj.lahM wid au4 walaiht I pound!. Con. li trwUei luiif, U UlllM I OCUr U itwi. m (ullowfi lilafU CaleMl. rrcaaeiaU Bill elMiMJ ('llfl, DHfMaa rrt uej Tt IUbuii H OfUt lMlr. yjBMtwmmjmsk'tiii CwNflM-I TM tilt, I liriU Vrfll Rfllt OnkttUtl laNM4 III, aMuiM7riqtauiy t bxi it rr I SH t4, Mam laarlaliBrUUtairllalUla, nieiiaf ao" UtlMMf rrlt.la.l Hitii. TIIK ACMK UI Tit nlr Uuo(r)iilittrthacabrailiwtliraak.iThlcbara umo4 In tha liUbat ajrada laatrumaotit tUla4 vlth 11 fur. ttmmm "'8' ,':'J, blr. .IV t 7araTaTB n, r Vw mmawM SBaP&ra?3dfcevXeaw fiHBf JMfKsBHahflUlKaaHii alaLaLHal t L m -- stop-ove- r & ia ,;?'""" MiwMtr KBilHa Kchap-I(nli. t William, DiucUt. rMnrate Yoar llowala With Cuirarrta. Candy e'atharllc. cute conallpitlta to four. 19c, 13c It 0.0.0. full, drumtlau rtluc 4 mousy. A. H HAN30N,O. P. Cui'uo J i.u v is 1, A, , I 7, iilA.NT CUUHICAL C0M iHH) CUtrrr t.t VUll. W. A. KtlLiinl. A O, P, A Louisville, Ky. ie?S?i. iMii.MiroN.n mil .! IU,1. . (mi.i'.ki ', W.A.'ll'ltli, W yuur tuelaibboraboui I Ua.rrilai KuidaaU wtUt tba niUUhar of Ibta paperor Matropoiiua National r-- uak j tTe ! -- Waw of tha largatt lmala l,wu.o, ocupanllraun Yorki orftnrilrMdararrrtM . a.iaiavaiuaaa 4i ia.Q aaa triAmvH huiniiuv. IwtrumaoU M IowaalbolaalprUaa, WrlM for f ra pUl orgaa, la ""'""r"a,irm.o..I.Il,u. Addrau, MttawONsWa1! .k m liJ..lf, nUthlZU&unt SEARS, (let), Oarmaji w HOEBUOCO. ACT- - tjtltiBimtlSmjiilJttm.'jLJh a, .rmn.mu.tmll'etlluti Aaef 1 -- -- - 'it)imtmttjtuMjjgMmjmtllltjmp.