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I year, Ji.jo. and the The HabteobI) Eepublican. OFFICIAL OSBiN OF vm j" " j "' ' i'j ' j" VtFTTw TTf!N- - The Republican Is tha boat Advertis ing medium In this partof the Country. fine Job WorOone on Short K"ie Satisfaction to all Customors Cuarantaad. v t Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. IIS MITT IV 7BE FOORTn C0KSEE5S10KAL DISTRICT . Subscription $1 a year. XI. HARTFORD, KY., RIDAY, JULY 14, 1899. No. 51. sake and its country's sake if good shall come to either what boots Is to ns which aspirant la Governor ol Kentucky, or who sits in the high place of the land? This monstrous usurpation ol power needs no explaining. It is so simple a child may read and understand it. But no power can stop It unless the people of Kentucky, not yet wholly lost to liberty, manhood and arise fn their majesty, and arise at once, to call of the msddeped dogs of war whom passion and faction have let loose at Frankfort, and who, having had a taste of blood, would rend the very eagles that guardjthe Commonwealth limb from limb, leav- Ing the people only the bare and worthless bones. self-respe-ct, iPSKDiyiassirDmiiL, Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Kt. Porry Westerflold, SiSp Acts gently on UNMASKED. Tho Infamy of The Goebel Elec- JOHN P. MORTON HARTFORD, KT. Special attention given to al) business entrusted to bis care. Office in Court House, ATTORNEY AT LAW, tion Law As teld By His Chief Supporter. (CtirltrJnr1, filnitri Silk. DM) One ol the eztremest of the organs of extremism in Kentucky twits the Courier ournat with its failure to maintain the relation It once held to I he Democratic party in the State and to engage actively In discussing the proceedings of the current session of KY. Will practice bis profession in alt the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Conrtot Appeals. Special atten Hon given to collections. attorney at Law HARTFORD, Attorney at Law, . M. L. HEAVRIN, JJHELBY TAYLOR, have nothing bnt the best car service, Woeful, though not Irretrievable makes up the roll ol the next and the beautllul vestlbuted train1 to mistake; for, granting that with the to enter their names. The 1st be lused Aug. 1 6th will please (the machinery of this bill in his hands, run made vrith sue thus joined may determine the most faattdious. The his ambition may be, probably will this excursion last year was ithe party complexion of the next Cons quickest on record and equally as be, gratified, what should it profit gress. and against the Democrat, good time may he expected this year Volcanic Eruptions should have secured for them considhim if he gain the rulership of the uniaway. HARTFORD, KY. snce the Republicans will have first which makes the trip void of any Are, grand, but Skin Eruptions rob 15 erable attention. The Courier-Journ- al verse and losehts own soul, and along II. Will practice bts profession in all tedious perplexities encountered! so life of joy, Buckten's Arnica Salve, say. In case ol a disputed; State, elecfeU Hsu. W. W. BalatklHrWflW; was not exceeding Its right to however good, with it his good name, as the slayer ol Kentucky. Special atthe Courts But there is no rule, Id Ht", CarWIaa Cenar, State often tion It Is a question whether the cured them, also Old, Running and tention given to collections, settlespeak and. be h'eard. On the contrary, which admits not of its exception; and of civil liberty? Omk. Me.: "I Itek twe bexs throw ?ontlhplaw BAG a W aM H ettlrtrsa tolrclH Fever Sotes, Ulcers, Bolts, Felons, ment ot decedent's estates, road easel Story of a Slave, pursurng a plain public duty. He is courts would not It was Mr. Goebel is a young man. Office up sobaeeo,a4lkkMt II pound tat 8 we have reached a point where sl unconstittttlonalAssurcdiy, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns. sod criminal practice. the as ' days. This Is sat a said notice, but It disclaimed jurisdiction of ever kind. lence would be something even worse an aspiring man. He la an able and u!r next door loGriffio'sdrug store. " and foot for Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. bcPf CurtxrlsRCt Q' To be bound hand act itself, If passedmight be describon earth Drives out etasr Bsr lokaete tUvst nsr tat MO. It asserted only its disinterestedness than cowardice, and Is surely no loo a brave man. May we not Ma friend, years by the chains of disease is the Best Pile cure Common sad ba frss4." A ulural euy ed as "an act to deprive and its fidelity. It spoke as a Ken- - ger enjoined upon us by thewlsdopj and without prejudice or misconstrue. ueorgeiu. Pains and Aches. Only ascts. a box. of slavery, tobisco-wJnworst form tsa in la null wealthei Kentucky of a Qftoubiicau Williams, of Manchester, Mich, tills Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. II. AHORNEY ind COUNSELLOR it IAW, tuck Ian to Kentucklans, as a Demo- of forbearance, or by our dnty to the tlon, tell him that there Is sometmng NO-TO-- B (NOTARY public) for.hereas. bow such a slave was made free. He Williams, Druggist. form of)boyramhit crat to Democrats, and, truth to say, State. better, higher, nobler, even thsn the HARTFORD,- - - KENTUCKY. JW mostftfe. bills have preserved the says'. "My wife has been helpless for MteUUHka truth twl MB. and that Wll practice bis profession In all It was so straightforward and simple-mind- ed The Cheapness of.theTrlpto Tbe people may well stand aghast Governorship of Kentucky, far H It tails tocirrs.yeui outward forms of Republicanism, Jtbls Jive years that she could riot 'tarn th e courts ot Ohio and adjoining counOld Point. - two yew mtMi haok. Ml try Xasts as to believe that, whatever before the revolutionary election bill Is the love, the respect, the homage After usingties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt (ex. It wM werk woneart; oufta bill defiantly create a three tqan.pow. over In bed alone. Bltters,shei It won diflerence might arise as to measures which has, like some dread monster, of good men and women? Were It who desire to "know, we attention given to all business entrust For those, bottlea of Electric ya asm to er, under a oc.tonjlewMpdton la most reasonto bU care. scum bseauss el lack ot Wta, tw and methods, thtre could be no doubt suddenly emerged from the fastnesses not wiser to wait nntll his time has derlully Improved and able to do her will aay that tbe trip be a extended and Office In Republican building. and can ytu cm kvy fiawr !ur ewt fairly toJtbertyhtPlrtctry. JiLErance pwd work." This supreme remedy able one, to suit the convenience of that all of us would agree upon the of passion and error through which come and to take his chance Consulate, alter for female diseases quickly cures ner- enlarged under Bams, or the MHiftlST'S WMiKTIE. main point that the public good the passengers. Many have made threading among his rivals, than, armed like , htle h?ewho vousness, sleeplessness, melanchdly, the trip on, J5. Napoleon had caturnIttevoluUon, La-nyEnrr druttlit Is nlhOr1ld to Mil should be regarded first, last and all the Legislsture has.been np the people and the . uaaar awoiai iguww dizzy spells. spent $50 would take In Washington, Its toitnous way. It Is sale to say bandit, to hold icuraarery rorta 01 wko as Mr, Gci&fseem to have captured headache, fainting and unhoqored revel uppermost In the HARTFORD, KY. and Norfolk.and some who nr .mHD Ku.rBBuni. iiv, wk1" v. t the time, This miracle working medicine Baltimore that the annals of free government State and altera brief anaocoxie had the time and spent, $75 or jtioo our urs Will practice bis profession in all the obceo Bplt and Brnol mind and heart of etch and every one will be sought In vain for anything in office, to pass from the scene disgodsend to weak, sickly, run wquld visit New York via, Old DoIs a ...,. nf Ohlnanil (llollllni?COUntiet In point of fact, the Democratic dowd people. Every bottle guarau. minion Steamahlp Co., and take nothing can be ot us. Careful attention will be giVen to a Obleaco. Sloutr1.0an.(NewYojt. 11 approaching it in shameless effrontery credited forever? For everything to teed. Only 50 cents. Sold by J. H some side trips up the Hudson to Colbusiness eutrusted to bis care. Our disenchantment came prompt and unconcealed deformity. The rec- surer thsn that If this bill should be- jiarty, as a party, has Long Branch and Coney Island. Office over Ohio even as Williams, Druggist. lections a specialty. and sure. The storm of detraction ords ot reconstruction furnish nothing! come a law, It Is only a question of lose and nothing to gain, for, Public Also Notary . County Bank. to the Immediate future, when such which met those earnest appeals for to compare with It. The Brownlow T desperate expedients are resorted to, despotism In Tennessee was consider. I """' Ikuuamd Mji -- LAW, Impossible to predict with cerit la ATTORNEY- AT r all .inipwiii. ramoT-- " at Im ed tolerably reckless and tolerably rORtlVll.l.K. HeNTUVUT. Ta.llwonl.1. anrt TIB DATS lruatm.nl rtt. tainty exactly how they will work, in all the DK.n.B.OUSS'S SOJI.Bom K.Atlanta.Ua. But the Brown, thorough In Its day. Will practice bis profession whilst as to their ultimate results counties courts of Ohio and adjoining low despotism at ltsvworst ventured ndlhUftd. nJ IttW there can be no manner ot doubt. and Court ol Appeals. Special at SEKB US OKE DOLLAR Mtt.l vbti 4WU fcltt KllftVVtH upon nothing so boldly, wholly bad i.mlnn plvtn to collections. Office Wtftawwfc 9tt8jCI U Such measures always react and, reIk t Ksvmlu next door to Post Office. irvignt Dr,S.a.llsrtmtn, O. as this. S.pot svrui if bound. Tbe brood o evils they in Olnrntm, LTejarWPSEynJu A3 V VEUX. ftMtvl trftet In all the force bills medltsted bfc, HlBBBBBBBBftMk9 DiajiBibi I feel EDWIMROWR. voke always comes home to root, J rf 3kftl .sFsKTll EJtWASL? ta th trA4 llkaanewwoman the radicals In Congress during the Tbe very suggestion of o reckless a ill. joftBseaehtXlJPstuCyM: Wt since bsIdjt your dark days of reconstruction there were rnort to a conlesalon of weakness. Doctors' Your medicine discernible some pretense and pretext. CME It is an open declaration tha its au riVIAM k IfJUSJBpr hashalpadmaao memory of Republl HARTFORD. KY. aaaAJlBD. Yw CM muehjthat I can some lingering thors dare not mett the people face to M.i.ini -. -- Even on murranu Will practice In the Courts of Ohio UmUHINa,' 'mrvBiTt ruB oun n "nga and traditions. ultMlAMd work and nsver cau InMlncts V In the open. It Is the resur. free and county and Court of Appeals. Prompt 0TOVS CATALOCUft. only remedies whkh IBDUWrn. a, fetUtredout Whanlorst began tousa in the Plebiscites ol Louis Napolteq til t, on li CvfiYwMHatrlMM Wood poison. attention given to all business , iim your medlclna I couldn't sweep my own rection outoi tbe depths if infamy u . .M MilliTl. lop U ful nd Ir Thm M! In Herald a iimiian to our care. Office e. bHii mtim. tu room, run the aawlng machine or lift there was the outer display of just VUOT uiwfvi. UB4UM and dlterace where the people laid Ursr Aft alMif. ftt building, Joy or pain. It' for the , . anything, notaranachalr. Itartnhurt this til. PoUon, and only itotbt iCKfllMaiMU purpose. process and electoral health eruptions. SSier todeclde. With good Jarred potash hi.. ..Athe sore ac4 to keep. 1 sh.i tbem of worn out and cast oQ radical me to Wa or walk any dlstanoa. Now ixA etidaavor mt a atrtmir . then break out ? r.1 "AXTk-tarU .akl 1 77.."Wai .. .V and I belters mora, This force bill gives the voters of motherhood but womaniT auii-- .i "l 10 add to woman's j.i .. methods and policies and their applin iiv rvil I can do all this, effacta of it. I feel doing . and never feel tha Kentucky not a rsy ot hope. It attracUTcnesa. r a-lf. ri"5.T cation to the supposed exit enclet ot iauiwmf so proud of the way U has brought me "I had taeait a show ol fairness. 5S:'R'6TBVcjKrcoTucS . out that I tall it far and near. I can makes no claim or a fti tlon of Democratic politicians, heartily recommend your medlclna to It places exclusively In the bands oi i who proclsliri themselves to be escept any woman Buffering from female disJJiaka out into running sores, tnd I : persons w ease. I know from experience that three Irresponsible tor this device, both Impotent and, your medicine will do just what you nsmed by the authors of the measure GUT DOM brankrupt. aay It will. I thank you, Doctor, a. takeaaway all terrorsby strengthening machinery y.ur .asaniu. fiUft moth,er for - - rthousand times for your treatment. I itself the entire electoral , the vital organ. Tbe Courier Journal speaks, warmly tloaa for Bew-- rtvwfi, Um aaive in.uao. By rerlUlUlng; tno of it. your1 medicine yrhar baby's coming. (ishall recommend Na vala. m the State. That U the whole Sun an4 ..- -. because it feels warmly. But it would centre It ba brougm cnunoy. M it. Cora tt haa done for ol a.lian, nerve .yarliro. I know what 4lnu i fbal'. a and at one fell swoop, ' cKMlrfg youngster to thousand ot me and I know it will do tha aama for In one word, arraign tbe motives, quwtlon the SruitUU ar bt taall. dSolo. ba failed I.U tt weak women vna it.iw h..; Ifealthattharaarethousanda Iiecome the subject of OIAKT OHHMIUAL others. . Kentucky is to purine, It tegrlty of no man, At It valuea iu SI., riilla, HIMI Cli.r U vffilBaeTthrown women who Would, af tt r using of other all son, which is to decide wbp sou t. and j: to cute OoaUflo, Wooa 1.. your treatment, a I did, be thankful. a triumvirate, honor it would asssll tbe honor own w-woca at au tfmes. t r vond theft K.U. BWWW oywiwv not. , . Wia a Jitklak I am so glad I got your treatment. shall hold effice and who shall wwnliba without It. $toti surely it has no oi--w .Up". This month la th nrat time in my Ufa mcii 1 of roue other, and yoradvlce U Wanted-- An Idea, tt pertkl(taaat.ull Nominally the peoptttenr to be gf v& I tictlonsl interest to support. Cast w la ! H- - that I east rawatnual' of having my fffW pouah aet l an anrwy aisercn Advisory Dprtjnent,' aiyr- ssaaaas without pals. Why, J cant do Hant)r la Silof" ! mitted sMIl to go through the form of M H 01 the system LCS ... noltoa out by al f ctloos, an outlaw In the Slaaaaa. owalla Other (ntt!M4 OT1IT aw. i ..... Mnnit mtini a tlua ikia. Th Chattanooga jacwuaa -' anything lut raoomaaand luaj, Sm.1. wly Utbari , tobe'pe'nil"1 Cutml! r elections. They ate tanooga, Teasu It was once a master v. MtiinVH-- v house where 609Uatlr undermlaJnif th oonMitn. Mlaa Sjsiaw U. jauiuau, ..."! bi' Coluin- ballot box is not riTlnll),nj um Uadlclna Co.. .till to vote. The Tha m m m a? V.ilt. , w and willlnr, yea, glorying la t sub, I tnd u Um v ttt bod-- blotCUM. iCSII.au., rand a bow. iih-- I frs 0 ehatf .U'".? tiUIIIIH 'ru"' k Anlnlfla Oa. Atlanta. Q. tu.lly abolished. But the trlumlWorwomn;fronaPplleaOoi,to alll.ll Uimplcs. bOiU, Wlfrtr-SrVtf"r jectlon and its martyrdom for truth's Write I iBK'fiaM" iyl I womenonly.AUdrugglsUMUPo-ru-na- . Is In each and every case to l the Kentucky Legislature. It charges us tqually with unpopularity and VJ w11"' cowardice. We plead guilty to the indictment Estimated by the cum niptcy. bers which elected the General Astern, JNO. B. WILSON. OVFRCOMF.n i frrif) 7s I bly, the Courier-Journ- al is certainly not popular; and we frankly confess .TUAICON HAKTFOHD, KY. PERMANENTLY that we have not the courage to thrust given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac. making ourselves between the public interest also Notary Public lor Ohio County. and an organized body, which seeks Office Nortb aldo of publiesquare. oy BUX TMt ttMUIHt-MAHT- O to know first of all what the Courier. UfcRNIApG,SYRVP(S Journal favors In order to defeat it R. R. WEDDING -- AX!Hopposes and what the Courier-JournrMuunwMM44nuioiunu Hartford, Kt. in order to adopt it. To this com. Will practice bi profession in the plexlon fictional rancor and the lust Hie court ol Ohio and adjoiniuj for office the offsprings for an econocomities. Also Notary i'uLlio. Oliice, in Commercial Hotel. mic chimera of a fiscal jack o'.lan-ter- n ol a thorough popular delusion U "CAtCAHETfl 4m ail tUlM4 and snare have brought at last the AtMlar truly wuadwrfvl mMUciot). ItjftTftOfua wliM for toftdiclD pUttani to uk And ftt lut noblest of American Commonwealths, liftv foandlilo Cftteftrcu KIon UUii Umbo, mj Mood ha parlQod and mj euoipitiTofi bsvi ! IlAirrroiiD, Ky. wvTwlwoaiitrriillr fttKl I fMt Brack teller In Trir that the attitude of a single newspa " K. BiLUu, Lnttrtll.Ttfts. Hpecial attention given lit all business per, and not the merits of pending entrusted to bis care. Office in Court CANDY measutes, is to determine the course House of legislation. R. E LEE8IMMERMAN, When this session of the Leglslao THABSM tnre assembled the Cour!erJourna1 Habtpokd, Ky. submitted to its members some obWill practice bts profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties ri.at.Bt. r.r.uti. fount. Tan. Good, no servations as to the general situation Collections carefully and promptly at- Oooa N.r6lcHn. W.ak.n.or Orlpa.10c.J3e.iC.. in Kentucky and at the same time ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... tended to. Office with T. J. Bmith atom lalml. I.w Tut. IIS some counsels touching the present Market Btreet. AC., and future of the Democratic party, DAVIDSON which is answerable to the people for llftfM II rMU Willi TMkllkfyM fl WSa' ktKft BlI'HHHBf tor ?. , vil rnT their acts. There was nothing either iarraataiira imi it). ririOM tfc blood, arw rttilfcE-j Dmiuitu in those observations or counsels to Hartford, Ky., . iauv' MfVI ' ftMti ymm lrft4T KU profession (a Ohio UkTp9tkV Will praotloo couuliea. Special atand adjoining KI!.V".: f .1l..m1 not mere. fn.... til rtasL Oo .V3d 1 I (aaVTaa-ll- la.aaMtlv.MralaftaBtl tention given to all business entrusted ta.mavllrrMSft(J,ttM. fcl U r, ftt t rvfaftft ntr. ly In a respectful manner, bnt with a Oflico with County Atto bis care. BCfc-- C mind aU,Wft,llill.lwlrt, sincerity and feeling which m torney. iinmlliot thoughtful man could misconceive. niiniiiiii 3E3. 3P- - aSTEa-A-X- j, Both their sincerity and their feeling HARTFORD, KY Will practice bis profession in all the courts oj Ohio and adjoining Mantles and Court of Appeals. Special atten tlon given to all assignments in bank Kidneys, Liver and Bowels THE YSTEM GJANSES m. . VKjrZr the W vy<W7f&tlZ ri:5'J? oSutSTc Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, "Z$L Wx al Attorney at Law, a. e.SAYioa. BLOOD tr aa BAD Attorney at Iaw Mhll t,.r, ! Attorney at Law, JE. -- m ii ... cast up the returns and determine the result. Naturally the question recurs why three Commissioners when one wonld Serve the purpose quite as well? Thrift being the order of the day, why not an act naming a single Commissioner to cast a single vote for the entire State, as Is sometimes done In extremism teemed with abuse. InJ local board meetings? Why waste money of the taxpaygenulty was exhausted to ascertain the what would hurt the Courier Journal er on a triumvirate, when a dictator so that the Legislature might hasten would be much cheaper? Senator William Goebel is the re to enact it Into law. The public bus4 puted author of this bill. At least, It Inesa must wait until the Courier Journal should be punished; and noth-- J stands In his name, and in the legisIng short of Its extermination would lature he is 1U foremost supporter. satisfy its enemies. Sf Among those who have latterly come, Fortunately, it takes two to make a Into the foreground of Kentucky polhas itics this gentleman stands easily first quarrel. The Courier-Journa- l never shown any lack either of readU as a master of political strategy. ness to stand and fight la Its own Self possessed, able and tireless, and quarrels, or of resolution in pursuing fearless, he seems to belong to the cat those quarrels to their logical conclu- egory of botn leaders. Such men sre sion. Out here arose a case where It capable of great public mischief. The had everything to gain and nothing Courier Journal would notflnmmarlly, nor willingly, dismiss Senator Goebel to lose the Legislature being power-leto hsrm It it wanting nothing, to the latter classification. The measfearing nothing but it was also a ure with which he has linked his case where the party bad everything name, and, for the time being, Identito lose and nothing to gain. Nay, fied his fortunes, is of sweeping and far reaching evil. The more, it was a case which Involved the State itself; because in a few short alien and sedition laws which en. weeks a few heedless men may do gulfed and destroyed the old Federal what years of patient suffering and party were not less oppressive and in their character. effort may not undo. with, But the coolest men are . sometimes We declined the contest. We drew from the. scene. Without a carried away by the passions that sur thought of malice, without a word of round them, and this winter there anger, sustained by the consciousness has been nothing but passion of Indeed, of the present of our own integrity, we removed the Frankfort Democratic leaders In Kentucky, inred flag from the vision of these furiated lactlonlsts, repeating merely might one, without exaggeration or the legend "forgive them, Lord; they pathos, exclaim 'O, judgment! thou art fled to brut know not what they dot" ish beasts, is right; the And men have lost their reason." For once onr assailant Courier Journal Is unpopular, among Senator Goebel is no worse than the the members of the Legislature, at rest and except in this atrocious measure, has Bbown himself some, least at Frankfort; and, it being commonly accounted courage to stand thing better. But, like Cccsar that one's ground, it has certainly not dls was ambitious, he wants to be Govplayed that virtue so familiar to Ken- ernor of Kentucky, and he sees, or he tucky and to Kentucklans. These thinks he sees, a ready chariot to bear VIlAMl TJI1I ,1.., " then are the reasons briefly stated why 1.lm tt.1,1... .. 9t hard-earness reason and peac, for Kentucky andj for Democracy, was Irradiated by not one gleam of sunshine. If there hspT pened to be one single heait to beat In avmnathv with ua It had not the? courage to make its presence knownf The hall of the Capitol and the corrif dors of the hotels at Frankfort rang, with denunciations. The organs of time, and ol a very short time, when all concerned In its passage will be running to cover from the wrath of an outraged people, and when those responsible for its being will have to pay the forfeit of their folly and crime iu everlasting ignominy and disgrace. But the Goebel bill will never be enacted Into lw. The Domocrats of Kentucky have not sunk so low as that. There Is a limit even to the fury of factional passion. There are bounds set upon the prosperous rapacity of sectional leadership. The people cannot have gone completely and inenrably mad. There Is yet some grace left In the manhood of Kentncky-tIts might and, to rise say to this wicked attempt to steal, its birthright of freedom In open day and a belote its eyes, "I forbid." o M)I I Beautiful iWomen J well-round- There ore few women as bsan-- 5 tiful as they might bo. Powder 2 and paint and cosmetics don't make good looks. Beauty is simply an impossibility without health. Beautiful women are S few because healthy women are few. Tho way to have a fair figure face and a is to take i Faiytfi LtfliiinM VaNPA lSVywlKwl SB tlm-trfThis k that old medicine that cures all fwaale troubles and weakness" said drains. It makos no difference what tho doctors call the trot-- 8 ble, If there ii aaything tk X matter in the distiactlfealBbM 5 organs, Bradfteifl's Pe 5 saale RestiUter will ielp It is good for 5 and cure regular or patniui nienatruitioa; h forleucorrhtca, for falling of tho womb, for nervousness, head-- J nche, backache and dizziness. S Take it and get well. Then " your e girlish features and figure will bo restored. ol i J BTWS a4 Remarkable Roocuo. C""--1 " ... Attorney at Law, "Gained II Pounds Days." In its own defense the wisdom ol the scriptural Injunction that there Is a time to fight and a time to run away. This seemed, not In our interest, but in the public Interest, a time to run .4' ""-- operations and restrictions, be next November. for Congressman All the Republicans shall need to do will be to protest against the rulings of the triumvirate in each district, send a delega'- - ,'.n-ciileTclet- k olHbeTIouse'of Representatives, who Con-gre- Mrs. Mlcheal Curtain, Plalnfield, The time Is short, bnt everywhere throughout Kentucky there should be III,, makes the statement, that she caught cold, which settled on her public meetings held to protest, and lungs; she was treated for a month by to send delegations to Frankfort to her family physician, but grew worse. ol protest against this monstrous He told her she was a hopeless victim power by a few unscrupu- of consumption and that no medicine lous and designing men. If tbta be could cure her. Her druggist ug. gested Dr. King's New Discovery for not done, and done quickly and deConsumption; she bought a bottle cisively, then are free elections and and to her delight found herself benefree government at an end in Kenfitted from first dose. She continued tucky,, and the State given oyer Into Its use and after taking six bottles, jounn nerseii sound and well; now the keeping of a clique of self appointed housework, and Is as paity managers, not to be recovers does her own well as she ever was. tf rec trial pots ed by the people, short of a political ties of this Great Discovery at J. III. revolution, With the machinery of Williams' Drug Store. Only 50 cants this Goebel bill In his hands, Mr. and $1.00, every . . Goebel becomes as completely master of the situation In Kentucky as Diaz IX Kuiii Yw Hin Xlwn EacgM a t ... Kf.wtlU. ... If. M. I.w I.. H..mI. tui iu amcaiww ui wcucica .u nujraaAHi... JUkeall measures gotten up to serve pretended patfypurposes, yet In real SpontaGood Farm Doctoring;. ity aimed to promote private advanMr. A. N. Noell of Asbervllle, tage, this election bill is opposed to Kansas, says he spent a good farm every conceivable Democratic Inter- doctoring himself for chronic diarest. The first election, or rather rhoea, bnt eot no relief and was afraid spurious election, to beheld under (Its that he mnst die. He chanced to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's will usnr-pitlon-. it b' I J old-tim- St g S sViUBjdratxI.UforSiatwtUa, THE BRADFIELD'BEGULATOR ATLAJTA. 0A. CO. 9al08WaVWmWaiw74BaVWVWVSWatVVaHl 18 IT RIGHT Fbrnn Editor to Recommend Patont Medicines? (Sylvan Valley News, Brevard. N. C.) It may. be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the riglit to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood tbe market, yet as a preventive ol rnffering we feel It a duty to say a good word for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. We have known and, used this medicine incur family for twenty years and have always found it reliable. In many cases a dose of this remedy wonld save hours of suffering while' a physician is awaited. We do not be lieve In depending' liapllctly on any medicine for a cure, but we do believe that if a bottle ot Chamberlain's inSch suffering might be avoided and In very many cases the presence of a physician would not be required. At least this haa been experience during the past twenty years. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin m & Bro. DI;r-a'tUc- OAMTOXIXA. "1 N Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy and was permanently cured by jit. For tale by Z. Wayne Griffin) & m Bro. The Vorv Beat Service Will Be It is tbe desire oi the C. & O., to ss, or RsMI. KB. J. S.R. Wedding, C o. AC. m - r Attorney at and-sto- d "fj ' GAtCAR.CT'SroaVaS If fill TO two-ttln- - BUNA'S VICTORY. HOME CURE wl Blt-lf- a Rowe& Felix, t E2EiziJW1tfw 4 mM em m flMHHX FOR BLOOD POISON. Toftgr liwiri if Hi Patehvirk: w"" &2ft3g &Ott7&s&g: a.--T !. -,- r'j Oomofmml& aa-- m ,XtTB'mulii: T fttWBEBJivW 1 x -i-o "fl&Sl I.HM d. r 1 foI;W w T - WinmmfOmrttut " A"ur...?! COTS-I- .irf V tn ". ttSS&TSEEaSwrfs s S. S. FOR TM war. cn. tob;fP .: . tt n hv - carwir 7"Pct 4ltlondJi, aetf 'fcrW.SL.''fJK,Stl lll, MIUUCIIOD nuaraui., err' ""iix:i; ii u,- i npuM " . .Vkli.l. a hiiiwi v, HbbbbI aUTaIjaTtaal UaU t?JXSPKDh. vliate Ingraft??- '"--"- """'I ?: !, "Ii """ I. ""- iiw u u'"iiYuw , jMaaJa1Watlaa.1aaaW,-- .. u M. a.aJW i- -a. - j'yy tt" r " . party in Kentucky and owned by sev eral hundred Kentucky Democrats hesitated to state Is policy with refer lnrcl Frldaj-- by lb ii AKTronn nmLiniiiMi mpant ence to the outrage by Incorporated. which the nomination for Governor was stolen In the Louisville convene ) Fon Rogers, EDIT KS lion, and announced that it would Jtto II, Thomas, J take no stand In the matter until the sober second thought of an outraged Of floo on Fox Stroot. Democracy should cryitallxe Into some Subscription, 91 per year In advance logical plan of action. Tbo action of . number of Democratic newspapers at Hartford and of distinguished Democratic lead Untercd at the aa second class mall matter. era have justified the foresight of the DitpaUh in witb. holding its support FRIDAY, JULY 14 from the Goebel ticket, and that paper will cow be in a position to give a REPUBLICAN TICKET. loyal support to the real Democratic ticket which will bo nomiuated by a real Democratic convention soon to ronnTATf. nksatoh, Cft.rX, IT. V. 3ITWA.ISr. he held. Tho enthusiastic mats meetings being held all over the State to FOB, RRI'nMF.MTATIVi:, protest against the Redwine steal can MOW. XI. C. TJLSiXTJi.ClXS.r. not fail to result in another State tuft HAUINTMArE. icket. high-hande- d post-office Hartford Republican. "WHO OPPOSE GOEBEL?" Our friend of the Herald has come "lumbering" in this week with a stale and pitiable defense of Goebel encumbering bis back. He says: "Before Democrats should permit themselves to be' lured by Republicans Into saying anything against Mr. Goebel, tbey should pause for a moment and contem plate tbe character ol the enemies that gentleman has made." By all means. Let us contemplate them. Is it an honorable sort of man who would oppose tbe Goebel Election Law which was made fur the sole purpose of nullifying the ballots of the people? Is it an honorable sort of mau who would oppose the conduct ol Goebel at the Louisville convention where he threw that great principle of Democracy representation to the winds and gained the nomination by fraud and a means of hireling police? Is it an honorable man who will oppose one who is unreliable in his pri vate dealings as in bis publio trans actions? After stealing tbe nomination irora poor old Stone and being accused by the latter of falsehood, bis only defense is to intrench himself in the righteous Indignation of injured innocence. a. o. arxxssrtrenx. IOB COWiTAM.E. JKItOl-MS way, recanting and begging pardon for his position so rashly chosen. "The Irsuo, according to this matchless editor, whose pen is swayed at the bidding of Mr. Goebel, is the "Democratic party twin the L & N. R. R. Co., the Republican party being a side issue." Eighteen months ago be was In sympathy with this same Republican party, and a staunch friend of the L. & N. R. R. Co., "falltn .A.r.6, ( . t Mi mlunU:" How a man can change with tbe balmy winds ot the South, and yet, to a limited extent, hold his prestige with the people fit mirabile tUdu. Let us emphasize tbe real issuo, since it is a question of so serious character every man should thoroughly acquaint himself with the question that is agitating the minds of the best and most logical thinkers of tbe Stote.bo should, after investigating, vote as the inner man dictates, and Bill Goebel will be defeated by at least 60,000 votes. A N. OBTAINED MONEY Judge R. R. Wedding la native of Ohio county began teaching school when seventeen years of age, and taught In this county for more than twenty years within a radius of not exceeding eight miles. Mr. Wedding has a good English education, which was secured in the common schools ol the county and at Hartford College, under the tutorship of that distinguished educator, Prof.W, B Hayward Mr. Wedding began tbe study of law In 1880 in the law office of his brother, the late George C Wedding, and was admitted to the bar at the Dr.Pierces t).DF.it rat.'tic pnirrKJiiir. rUHDHVII.I.K fmom a MAN. Olllij life &W&T1 KBCP3 YOUn DISCOVERY LIMBS Dr. Flotohor, a Chowlng Gum Drummor, Arroatod on a Complulnt of Howard. HEAL' I n W"!, tVtTBU!''u.rWl JIJI L ri"ri..'ti.. (rWJ n i,v."- - ''""c a y A Bs Trat Htildm CmUUIoi (Miktr infmu Y it J I I The Populist Slate Convention ban Parallol Caao. AlT.Eir. ot Mt. Sterling wh( opposed to Goebelism and beinj are gobbled up bave called a mass con venlion for next Monday to see whs' hope is left, li there be anjr, a' any rate they propose to burst a bomb ja Goebel's camp. The Democrats The Lexington Convention met Everybody enthusiast Wednesday. ic, Taylor will be nominated by acclimation. Judge Pratt may accept Stone i the Attorney Generalship. spoken ol for Treasurer. Nothing definite on going to press. een called to meet at Frankfort thr 27tb inst. The object of the meeting is to form plaus for the fall campaign. ft is not known, nor is it safo to conjecture what the action of the bod) will be. They will probably endorse the Republican nominee for Governor, or combine with the Democrats that were outraged at the Louisvil'e convention. It is not generally supposed hat tbey will be gobbled up by any party, but will choose for themselves what course seems best for the parly interest and the general welfare of the State. These is not a reputable newspaper in Kentucky that will defend thr outrageous proceedings of the latf Democratic convention at Louisville. The Courier.Journal, the only nowspa per in Louisville that will even consent to damn the work of that conven tiou with faint praise says: "The recent Democratic convention at Louisville was very much what it should not have been.' The Evening W in advising thr Democrats of the State what to di with Goebel, expresses the will of thi majority, even of the loyal and faithful Democrats. We quote: "The first duty of every true Democrat Is to devote tour months to the overthrow of this paper king and the demolition of this paper throne." The editor of the fbjf usually thinks with his heard uncovered, and alwayt says something. It' "We have sold many dlfierent cough remedies, but none has given RURAL PHILOSOPHY. better satisfaction than ChambeBMntU 9 If VeA In Hsu thnri fagM A reporter for the Republican while rlain's," says Mr. Charles Holzhauer. cinnati. visiting in a neighboring town a few Druggist, Newark, N J. "It Is perOfficer Bell left with Dr. Fletcher fectly safe and can be relied upon in days since, chanced to fall in converror SHfly OnU. for Fordsville by the all cases of coughs, colds or hoarsep. m. I, C. auaraaieed tol trco habit eur, mtlra wok sation with a discontented though men irons . MooJ pvrs. oc, II. All druitruu. train. Owensboro Messenger. ness. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & "prosperous" farmer. Beiug surpris m Bro. TtlMC s?lt nS KauW Teir Mr, Ins;. Kidney trouble preys Dot ed at his discontentment in so pros. Attontion, Machlno Mon. To qoll tobacco cull nj ronur, betnif upon the mind, dis Tho Capital of the U.S. perous a time as this, the closing year netle. lull ot life, serrt nd ljor, uk nnranra aifl l.ei.no ... WllU.? . . McIIenry Machine Co., McIIenry, n a aH , kW...i ibat mk weak men of tbo 19th century, tbe reporter deW U IVl C, IN ambition; beauty, vlg troo. Mi dracrlu,tooorll. Cuutuirto- - Ky., have a full line of Fittlngs.PIpe, Washington is a lovely city and or and cheerfulness soon disappear Hon. C. M. Baiujett did not rec manded an explanation whereupon, a icro. iiooiiici ina (amino frt. Adorns Hose, Packing, etc., at lowest mnrVet Starling Itcmoilr Co, Cblcaso or Ntw York. ommend shotguns at the election in petition went up for Abraham Lincoln should be visited by everyone. No when the kldnejs ore out of order or prires. Are prepared to do repair For pleasing results use diseased. better opportunity will be offered than his speech before the Ohio county Democracy. Why, friend, interruptNotlco. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root the great work on Machinery of all kinds.Grey the e genuine ' nepaoficsrf. luen city.Old PoIntExcnraIonAneut gth, ii Dottle tree, also pamphlet, s, manded by the people, and justic ttrong. tf mi parties bavlnc claim nr.l.M. Ir- - and T1M CaStlngK. The public bnildlngs.beautllul Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, know bow to smoke cigarettes. Jacksonisn Democracy was implored, against the estate ol mt n vit. they would have, even at the expense N. Y. A LEADER OF LEADERS. but in vain, far it passed beneath yolk yards. Navy Yard, Monuments.Love dt ceased, aie hereby notified to present "A unicorn is a animal that runs of bloodshed, and to this end he recly Streets, and many other attractlont JOHN T RONE, wild in Al'rika. the Chicago convention, the reHis name is from same for payment to the nndtislgned Much has been said about the young, at CANE RUN, KY. are there to entertain the visitor. ommended the shotgun. The Herald adniinwtrator of said estate on or beporter resumed: What are your rea unui, meaning one, and ewntu. mean lore the 1st day of August, virtually admits in this statement that ambitious leader of tbe Democratic VKXThKTOYIX, KY, Health In this community Is good luK wiu, uccause nc never has more such claims uill be forever 1890. or sons for discontent, neighbor? An Epldomlc of Dlarrhooa. III limrllrc Sim prfMan n K ,(,. barred the Republicans will not be given jur parly in the Gubernatorial race this This June 28, 1899. Farmers are done cutting oats and than one corn on his feet at a "Well," replied the farmer, "this rsiirtnorohla una 'Joluluir coanllc. time. 'all, and much remains unsaid. The tice In November. nrf fours ol Appr.l. HprrUI Mr. A. Sanders, writing from Co- - report a good crop. Most ot the corn I'll bet my John L Wiuso.v, Adm'r, nitvn. government must own the railroads.' pa wishes he was a unlcoro. Ilou llirn ia I question is one that so nearly concerns Jont B. Wilson's estate. OlUrcIn H. coanut Grove, Fla., says there has has been laid by and Is looking well. These A. Kane Handle. Can it be possible? Surprised and animals bas one horn. been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea Fob tho benefit of local Goebelites be temporal salvation of tbe Stale, Mr. S. H. Christian, who got hurt ' Gabriel's horn is used to scaro amazed at the trend of tbe man's mind, who are overjoyed at the support the that it will admit ot much discussion; there. He had a severe attack and on tbe I. C. R. R. the first of March sinners at church and keep niggers the reporter fired a number of ques Owner-Journwas cured by fonr doses of Chamber Is slowly improving, but Is not yet is giving the Goebel it is a question that challenges the out of watermelon patches. tions at blm, and to his surprise, the Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea able to be out. ticket and who sarcastically ask us to rights ot an honest citizen to enter tbe answer came: "This is all I know about horns." Remedy. He says he also recom Tbe Sunday school at this place is quote the Z "now," we booth and cast bis ballot, (and bave it "I haven't the slightest idea." mended it to others and they say it is progressing nicely with Bro J G counted as intended) according to tbe clip the following from an editorial in Honorably Discharged. Some European countries do own the best medicine they ever used. For Wilson superintendent. dictates of his best judgment Can that pspsr Friday: and control their railroads, but this is sate by Z.Wayne Griffin & Bro. A large crowd attended church at m tbe boasted Kentuckian who prides "The Courier Journal condemns Frankfort, Ky., June 29, 1899. Up within reason, for this country rOlatou Sunday. the methods to secure control of nimself as having tbe broadest field ol f?onil on their own request and the recoma'coIL chase, regulate and control the rail me iwisvllle convention, to seMr. John Camn and wife, of independence and liberty ot any of mendations of Col. T. J. Smith, com cure control of the machinery of ,. ., this place, are visiting relatives near roads within its confines, is preposterIds sister States, afford to trust bis Tbe Populists of Ohio county are rorasvuie. the patty and the nomination, nor manding 3rd Reg. K S. G Comoanv Anderson. ous. The mileage of the railroads in does it believe In either the measG 3d Reg. K. S. G . inclndlno-- nm. ucred right, second only to the sanc called to meet at Hartlord. in court the United States exceeds tbe mileage ures endorsed or the principles ball, at 1 o'clock p. m , July 22nd to "Novor Burn a Candle at Both missioned officers and non commls tuary, in tbe hands of a man who ia 01 announced at the Louisville conot the whole of Europe bv 40.000 sioned officers and privates of said send delegates to tbe State meeting, Ends." reputed for having slain an innocent vention." miles. Jt would require more money reorganlzethe committee and J transact It you do your light will soon be Company, are hereby honorably dis And the same editorial says of the fellow man? to purchase tbe railroads iu the Unit- any other business that may charged lrora service in the Kentucky properly gone and you will be In We find in Mr. Goebel a heterogeWO IiaVG Goebel election law: ! the dark State Guard. ed States than is in existence. Includ come up. J. J. Bracken, Ch'm'n. W. O. Bradley, neous combination of, supposed to be Don't think you can go on drawing "We support Mr Gcebel not ing both gold and silver with all the JAS P. Miheb, Sec'y. Governor of Kentucky. ood, aod kuown to be vicious char. because of the law, but In spite of vitality from the blood for nerves, currency included. There are a class it, but we are in favor of Its repeal stomach, brain and muscles, without tctenstics, such that bid the honest of Bismarck's Iron Nervo Freezing Woathor In July people who talk without reading, and sball lose no practical oppordoing something to replace It. Hood's voter beware! It has been said that tunity to urge its repeal." without study and without thought. mfty fili11 liCVf?a- reduce in the brain of Napoleon was concenWas the result of bis splendid Sarsaparllla gives nerve, mental and Would cause great discomfort and We are glad to note that not a single Let us read and study, then will we health. digestive strength by enriching and Indomitable trated tbe power and Intellect ot the will and treloss, but fortunately it is seldom be able to talk. newspaper In Kentucky of general mendous energy are not found where vitalizing tbe blood. Thus it helps world, and Waterloo proved bis fall known. A vast amount of misery circulation will dare to embarrass the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels people who are overworked and tired. only by the decree of fate. This ass is caused at this season, however, NOTIONS. THE REAL ISSUE. profession by attempting to defend HATS AND CAPS. are out of order. It you want these ertlon reeraa plausible from tbe re. We sell vou a prxvl nlr ti-.- i 1.... Hood's Pills are Dy impoverished blood, poor appe . " -r toe uoebal election law or the politiiu uvv There is no better line qualities and the success they bring, mild, In raarkable featBof this wonderful man. effective. tite and general debility. These or three for 105c; better grade toe. Ohio county than we carry.carried will Whatia the issue for the pending use V' cal character of Its author. We Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thev 25c. One lot ladies' black sell you It has not only been said tbat in tbe campaign? Is it free,sllver conditions niay be remedied by en- hose n boy'a nice straw hat for 10c, at tbe ra- - develop every power of brain and 15c per pair, or two for The tretsury is in excellent condiriching the blood aod toning the 20c per pair Ladies' ribbed25c, worth worth 20c: better grades from 25c to The Jlarttord Herald'i puny at- cranium of tbe Kenton Czar Is con. tlo of 10 to 1 vertui sound money; or body. Only 25c at J. II. Williams tion. It has an available cash bal vesta sc 50c. Men's nice straw hats for 25c, stomach with Hood's Sapiaparllla. anee of $279,891,106; gold reserve, "uu Bcul,cniens belts regular tempt to make the people believe that centrated tbe whole power of the is it tbe Democratic party vtrtut the drug store. This medicine seemi to put new ?iSC ,0 3SC, worth 3sc and 60c. A nice wool and35c goods, i Men's and boys' $45.025.'4o. Louisville convention, but it has thor Republican ptrty? This nr-fur hat Judge Pratt's friends were not accoir. . line puff bosom shirts in all sites go question has life Into the whole physical system, need anything In this line call and see Notice. c- corded the privilege of voting in the oughly been demonstrated. We should been answered, and answered intelli ,"Lct,ual va,ne SMALLHOUSE, KY. Gentlemen's fllmply because ot Its wonderful i 5T ' ,.w mcjuic topieaseyou, balbilgan undershirts only recent Republican convention, Is dis- hesitate to say tbat the convention gently by Democrats whose loyalty to power to purtly, enrich and vital- regular 35c goods ; better grade 20c July to Since our laat writing Rev C. M. Williams. D. D.. HvTbV 25c! gusting to the entire populace. When represented the true Kentucky De- tbe party principles was uqueatlona-bl- y ize the blood, create an appetite worth 50c. Men's drilling CLOTHING. gellst, ot Iowa, will preach the follow- tbe soul of Mr. and Mrs. AlonzoWith-row'- s true previous to tho meeting of the the resolutions were presented endors- mocracy, or rather the result of tbe Twelve nalr Wr w . -- - -P.alf l0T 35C regular 25c ana invigorate the digestive func quality. ing subjects to the citizens of HartC little child has winged Its way One let 0 to 15 ing Judge Taylor for Governor, Col proceedings, for It does not. Honest Louisville Convention. The issue is ford: go at to eternal glory. tions. We advise yon tq get a bot- ipk orawera go atmen's bleached drill. 35c oer years, regular 35c .. nn Dalr. joca pair. worth 75c, W. Fred Long offered an amendment voters are everywhere demanding the not free silver, nor is it Democracy tle and try it if you are net feeling Tbe larmers are very busy in the A Clean Heart. 05c. worth 9Twenty four oya' to substitute Judge Pratt's name for repeal of tbe Uoebel Election Law. against Kepublcanisru; it is tbe people SHOES AND SLIPPEI18. just right. It will do you more hay harvest suits knee pant) J t Backsliding, be a waies' black slippers 50c, actual bargain at $1.75 We 49, wouldyon a Taylor, and the Chairman put the aye aod the defeat ol its reputed author. against Oaetarianum ; it Is the people good than a six weeks vacation. Mr. T. R. Bunard made a business Consecration, can show is natural for man to Indulge In against Goebel Ladles' black nr It line at U 56 that are great values. In Is the best medicine money can vaiuc 75c and Goebelism ; it is and nay vote, when the amendment lai-- t It trip to Iivanavllle Love. week. Prs. regular w?." ?'otn,nB w "IU sell you a nice was lost. A decision was not called tbe illusions of hope. But have tbe liberty and freedom against bondage lot of children's'slfDoe?.. buy, Mlaa Oraa Maddox spent last week The Kingdom. tor (2 7 that umi.M k- - o people of Kentucky the slightest rea- and oppression. Tbe Republican 6"s, regular 75c quality, go for, hence the Chairman bad no right with Miss Leila Drake, of New Hope Hard Cases. t par We also have n beautiful Hue at 59c sons for hope under the reign of a man ty M in n WM. .v., Bun Itl M.AkA. . to put tbo vote any other way. The (g baa proven itselt capable ot meet What Shall the Harvest Be? neiguoornoot. uuB,OKiromj6toj0 ! lBn . lll form.rn,i.. "'" -- i e" OUtat70C us when you need a suit Con(!0,N so lost to honesty and true American ing the issue of Messrs Charlei and 1 erett Bill, and you are Set Thy House In Order. lipoid is trying to make theYeopIe J W. '90, and would gladly One lot 8's to u'a in m.i. The Southern Railway. sdre to carry one home with you. ol Hartford, visited Mr. M. D. Mad w The Devil Thrown Down, believe that the Republicans conduct manhood as tho man, who, at tbe altar accept tbe same again, but the actions cheap at $1.25, go tigtt ant scullitrii Hat nrcuf dox last week, (4 Seven Bible Conversions, Keplncki--, VltKluU.Honihl'nru- conventions like the Democrats, but ot his ambition, has sworn by Redwine, of a single roan forbid it. Time shapes i, 50,10 U" at K' STAPLE DRY GOODS. now llua, Alabama, T.linraner, Jack Cbinn A Co. to be tbe next eveuts in man s lite Mr. Sam Barnard, of Madlsonvllle, $t 29. We carry a Christian Responsibility. iu this it Is badly off. The policy of and in a nations calicoes, Nnrlli Carolina, Ueorgla, Ws'' fine shoes In Goodcalicoes at worth c aim n . J!.D.!L Governor ot Kentucky at tho expense perils; it has so shaped The Soldiers, the Captain and Bat visited bin puents, Mr and Mrs. O the Republican party is fair dealing ami Mlulialppl, the affairs fn jc; 4c 3c. Nice line apron ot all manner of fraud, theft and rob- Kentucky tbat tho W. Barnard last Wednesday and dress ginghams, worth anywhere 6463 Miles Tbiee Dally Trains in all tilings, and tbe man who gets "real issue" is a tie. from 6c to 8c a van! o . r sure to sell you. In men.. We desire every friend and aympa. Thursday bery? ni...t. Httwren Louisville an I Lexfree people against tbe ambitious the largest number of votes fairly, 4e "eavy domestic ington per MUs Mtmle Rots, of Hattlnrd, Is tblzer of the Alpha Baptist church to Observation Chair In this "leader of leaders" is ex. youth of Kenton county. yard wins the ofllce not so with tbe Demo-shoe for ii. actual v.t... . ... v. -or 4c bv. thf hnt. ur. a,of UflfB -Cars Trains leave and ar,1 ' out and hear this preacher, He visiting Mi-- a Lillie Barnard. .Ianl,.-.'l"-.:,:' ""'S. "VinuUCIine Ol Oiaah nnn.1. IT.. crats. Diibery and rascality U always emplified Jbc character of Napoleon. It is Indeed somewhat surprising to comenoia special servlcea at rive Louisville from Seventh wm Rev. Fallon' is visstlng friends In tbe court bWVyLPte 6, ?- -K which go at btreet Union Depot, conicaucr ui tcauers we see a note tho variety of editorials tbat fall house for the benefit nf our whir. at $, the policy of tbe Democrats, and tbe ... I reduced fii,r,. this vicinity. , necting with trains of the biggest scoundrel generally wins with Koroan Nero, or a 8u Is. and In tl.ii Ironi the pen of that, matchless jour- - friends on Friday and Saturday nights. I UnoisCtnttal Railroad and No weddings t,o report this time, Therefore, we ask same "lead o( leaders" CapL Stone tbeui. I()r L-- 11 nanst,tbe editor of tbe Cbutier Journal people) will come that they - (the white bu( rom tbe rumbling of the buggy &StL Railway. out and- near him. cu doubtless' see the attributes of an " ' ' " be writes an editorial noted Also Sunday 2:30 p ra. Admission wheels, we hope io have iiaan some next The morning after Goebel was de- - Aguloaldo. We trust that all intelll. for Its For Infotma(iou, Addicss profound thought-- ' and logical MC.' PaMAjOitV Pastor. A. WMifu, MJ.A.,'215 .Writing. .' ' Rusticus, ' dared tbe nominee for Governor by gent voters opposed to force J1IU1 ami ttkm, Ittlstilli, Kr reasoning, but he changes, Wm. If, .rdTiM tnltdH g, p. j iniMiis, If The News has refused to. discuss Chairman Redwine and tbe Louisville fraudulent elections will join in "Bvery will mad hath his III day." rusks aud from tbe same pen, from the sams Vj,m.ii;i,i the details of the State Convention.as When "a bit on" or when seriously police, tbe Louisville DitpaUh being log tbe 7th day ot November ha.ti'HH, a Wat- desk, and from tbe same writer cocom It will not bear discussion l"ral KVr . U.n,tMAat with safety yotiabould takb Hood's jtt cble prgto of tbe DsraocritJo erloo for Goebel and Goebeliim, Sarsaplll, an editorial coqtradjotipg, and In.Mi to tbe ptrty, . WAHUI&OroN.M V. Blltsbetbtoffa tfewj and get well, "If all the conventions were conducted like the Republican convention here ou the 3rd, it Is strange that Taylor did not have 1,700 instructed votes instead of 1,000." Thus speaketh the Herald on the harmony of the Republican conven tion. There were no demonstrations if violence, no knives drawn and no hreats of a bolt. The contrast be tween the convention of the 3rd of July, and the 17th of June are not comparable, ine drd ot July was marked by a unity of sympathy, and a lemonstration of Republican faith, uch that arouses jealousy in our aeighbor. The 17th of June was marked not similarly, but radically lifTerent ; those present were unable to express their disgust with the proceedings, and we, throagh sympathy for our neighbor, who is unable to iominaml language to calm the and bolting factions of bis pirty, retrain from the attempt. Sure, f all the conventions in the State had been as harmonious as the Ohio county convention General Taylor would bave gone to, the Lexington conven ion witb the entire vote of his party. granted." And the Herald also throws all the opposition to Goebel upon theshoul ders ot "Trusts" and their satellites when it is but the expression of tbe people of Kentucky, who will not be whipped into line by a machine-made We presume it is innocence for he never denied the charge. He would not do tbe old CapUin the "favor" of keeping his plighted word, yet the Herald says: "No man from among the corns won people of Kentucky ever called upon Goebel for a favor within his power to grant, which was not readily and cheerfully candidate and his henchmen. And yet because tbe people dare to judge Goebel by the law of justicn and honor and find him wanting in both, they are denounced as "thoughtless," Tbe "farmers and laborers" may be common people, but they are sensible enough to perceive that Goebel is an unmitigated rascal. The election in New York In 18S2 when Grover Cleveland deieated Secretary Folger for the Governorship is brought forcibly to mind by the present situation in Kentucky. The tremendous majority given Mr. Clt land at the polls tbat year was a pro test against the dishoiest methods employed by the Republican State convention tbat nominated Folger, Folger was by no means so objection-- , able a character aa is Goebel' He was a man of recognized ability, and at the time of his nomination was filling a position in the Cablnet,but dishonorable and flagrantly unfair means were employed to, secure his notnluas tlon, and lor that reason the Republican voters refused to indorse It The situation Is much worse in Kentucky. Goebel lacks the personal standing that Secretary Folger had and is himself directly chargeable with the business developed In the Louisville rump convention. Kentucky Democrats are as honora ble and aa spirited as New Yotlc Re publicans, and tney should no more be parties to the confirmation ol Goebel's shameless schemes than were tbe Republicans of New York to the wrong done in the nomination of Fol ger. Nashville Banner. WitiisSylislslfci Aa2k SBSBSBSBB Alcohol, I Whisky, Opium, y. or other Narcotic Gives V, Slrtojlh to the STOMACH, JUDGE R, R WRDD1NG Parity to tbs faSd? y W V2 ' May term of tbe Ohio Circuit Court, 1SS1. Mr. Wedding's law license is signed by two of Ilattlord's late dis tingulshed lawyers and Statesmen (Ions. E C. Hubbard and W. F Gregory. The Judge is in the prime ol mm hood, and while bis pursuit has generally been tbat of a prolesslonal teacher, tor the last few years he has retired from the field of teaching and given his entire attention to tbe prac tice of law. He is a good lawyer and a natural orator. He is a fine reason-e- r and argues from reason contend ing that law itsell is based upon justice. He is an active Republican and was a candidate tor County Judge in 1897, subject to the action ot the Re publican party, but was defeated by one or two votes. In 1876 he was married to Miss Cora Ezell.au accomplished and sympathetic lady, and tbey have five children living and two dead. Judge Wedding will have a re union ot his pupils at the old Salem chnrch near Rosine, on the 4th Sat urday in July, 1899. The exercises of the day will consist of addresses by the pupils and vocal and instrumental music. Everybody is invited to be there and especially requested to bring lunch. BLOOD, Life to the LUNOS. HORNS.' fp MEN and B A promising Iwy In Iho parltnpnt of Hartlord College was told to writo a composition ou any subject he might choose. The next morning ho presented tho following: "Horns grow on the head of things, except tbo alligator which has horns all down his back. "The uses of horns is to hook with, except goats which generally butt witb 'em hard. "The horned toad has got a born so the naturalists can tell him from tbe other frogs. "The diflerent classes of cow's horns are, drinking horns, dinner boms, bunting horns, lanbhoins, powder horns and short horns. "Fog horns is a kind of thing tbe Weather bureau uses to drive away fogs with. ''Iiuckbnrn Is a species of small village that grows in this county, also tho stufl you get ofTof knives. "Cape-Horis stufi that's used to ornament women's capes. "The Horn of plenty is a imaginary horn filled witb money. It is mncb used in politics anil iu fourth of July speeches. "An ink horn is an Implement of warfare n newspaper editor uses to keep the Devil in subjection. n Dr. J, W. Fletcher, who represents the Artist Gum company, of Cincinnati, wa arrested here Friday morning on a warrant aworn out by J B Howard, ot Fordsville, charging blm with obtaining money uuder false p tenses. Fletcher says his home Is a' Princeton, Ky. Stverat days ago Fletcher went to P rdsvllle and sold to Mr. Howard, who Is a hotel keeper there,$l2 worth of gum, reptesentlng to Howard, so the latter says, that for each coupon there being one coupon 111 each package ol r.x stul to the com pany at Cincinnati, be would receive a silver cup.gold lined, such a cup as tit sold In Owensboro at fitty to alxty cents. Tbe coupon states itself tbat the purchaser ot a five cent package ol the gum can have one of the cups by enclosing tbe coupon and twenty ctnts In cash to the company, but it toes not stale the leim to dealers in wax, Mr. Howard says he sent his coupons to the company and asked thht his cops be sent him at once. T''c company wrote him that the cups were notglven away to anybody, but with fifty coupons the cups coat centa each, and thirteen and in lots o one hundred or more, thlr teen cents each. Mr. Howard then Muted out to find Dr. Pletchcrand be located him in Owensboro. He told the doctor to take back the wax and refund tbe $11 ard he would not pros ecnte him. Tbe doctor declined, and Officer James Bell arrested him on the warrant that had bten sworn out y Howard before Police Judge Key, ot Fordsville. He agreed to compromise at $10 alter his arrest, but Mr. Howard declined to accept it. Dr. Fletcher came to Owenstoro a lew days ago to sell his gum. He sold fl8 worth of it to Mr. J F. Hite, making the same representations that he made to Howard. He made several trips out into the country while here and aold his gum to several ol the country merchants. He was born and rested at West Point. Ky and practiced medicine there for several years He Is about sixty years ot age and nays be has an Invalid wife in a sanitarium at Cin 1 five-ceone-hal- f Thirlf ana Perhaps sleepless nights caused it, or grief, or sickness, or perhaps it was care. No matter hat the cause. you cannot wish to look old at thirty. Gray hair Is starved hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force. How la this? &M -- ' Increases the circulation In the scalp, gives more power to the ntrves, supplies miss-In- s elements to the bair bulbs. Used according to directions, gray hair begins to show color In a few days. Soon It haa all the softness and richness of youth snd tbe color of early life returns. Would you like our book on the Hair? We will gladly sand It to you. Wrltm all the If vou do not benefits you expected from tbe Vigor, write the doctor aooui 11, He mav be able to suggest something of value to vou. Address, Dr. J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. ml obtain k Notlco to Creditors. All persons having claims against the estate of Wm. Martin, deceased, are notified to present the same prop-erlproveu as rt quired bv lw before me at my home on the Wm. Mattin farm, on or belore the first day of August, 1S99, or they will be barred. A. L Martin. Kxecutor of Wm. Mattin. 5t g OASTOnXA. 0 M ssy-oiu- "ao-dres- T ATTORNEY AT LAW rllecllu, al A Qwrter-Joarrw- rur and Summer Merchandisnnn hrw, goods represent cash and consume room, uumi wnicn we need in order to prepare for the next season. The montl, nn,iv over and iriil'ift nwntr nr.'rl. we farther oar The place that July holds in the calendar makes it a month of clearing sales and low prices. We still have a atnrir f BARGAIN MONTH. .c: irrrpGoodorho8,,rp,uflofspHneA'1 stSS I. ,. ,' u.1. h,..J -c ,..' i. .L,.?!! s tn u. -- jw, l...l I '' tf, blffblusa? mtta'i " .,. ,llt;:i. To-da- y - 0 SsdKc$$g)3$s)S) J. E. FOGLE k CO. .We want your Egg filVors trusting you will' come and get some ot these bargains, wo are, yours truly, r' ..uv..ij .. G- i.i.: .; 4c you pn8t ail(J Feathers and Ginseng, - -- Jr r'Wfwvut 'r Tf T""" "Ptide Goeth IT'S 111 OVER THE COUNTRY a Fatt." That Fair & Co. soil tho best goods for the Some Befc people think proud mid-summer L&UI6S Yard-wid- e lcust money. Now is you chance to save they have strong constitumoney. A now, big line of everything for tions, and ridicule the Idea, Such people wear. Head our prices. Com- of disease. health, let the neglect their pare other prices with our quality. blood run down, and their stomach, kidneys and liver SFROIALxS. Iftlt Hlack ...... ..... , ..... . , . . a5c become deranged. 11046 a a a 16U 0 OCBVV OtiCa. Bleach (no lime) a..... aa...........,.aaaaaaaaaacaaaaaaa a00 ,6o , a a a a a a a a a a a a a Men' heavy Suinendert Sample line Ladle Vest taped neck 6c; regular 10c quality. 0c IVrsAoli lloy 0o 3Cc Don't be foolish about your health Use Hood's Sarsaparilla and you will prevent the fall and savo your pride. Scrofulous Htp Disease -- "My boy Willi, bad scrofuloua hip dlieaee from a baby. AbaciMi developed. Months at th boiplU), with twit treatment, did no Knee Pant 25c 6oc Youlh'i long Pant Meu'i black Luiter Coat .....11.00 1.08 Nice linen Suiti aaaaaaaaaaaaa Llay lYorttoa a.aaaa o.ou Extra erey Tricot Uuitif (J, Others want 110 for lame. 60c Child wash Bull .'. Men's wool Pant S1.25. Beat line in Hartford. Bee u before buying. OLOTHING. Hull..... ., ., " Ladle fine button or lace Men'a flue Shoe, lace or congres Beit on earth 91.60 Men'. fine Shoe. Good grain plow Shoe...... l)iy box calf Shoo Child Slipper Ladiea Tan Slipper Ladie Black Slipper Uig line umple BbtK $1.00 fine h.rt 76o fine Shirt 50ofioe Shirt Pice Bilk boonj Beautiful Poll boeom Shirt Men'a work Shirt MID-SUM SHOES. Shoes ............ aa.. ...... ............ 11.00 60o rood. They said he would ncrtr walk acaln. lit was helpless and wsiUd away to nothing but skin and bont. IIoodrs BarMoarllla had helDed int. and I care It my dllbt at a wonder, to him. Ima-ln- e ful chantt. AbueiKS all healed, crutches thrown away, ue is now lau ana itoat, nerfectlr well and the thanks art all dut to Hood's Bariaparllla. Other motbera with crippled children ihonld know this.' Uas. jcmxa v. uvri, waipoie. Nan. was weak, nerroas NervOUveM-- "I and very delicate, itartered In attemptlnc to wnlk. llood'a Baruparllla and Ilood'a Pills inadt m. well. I feel like another 11.00 peron.n Mai. Lima SHxasuT, Conduit Street, Ext., Annapolis, Md. 1.00 DyspopaJa-- " W. all dm Ilood'a Sana-parlll- a. It cured my brother-in-laand myielf of dyipepila. I owt my life to It." 1.00 M. ii. ubk, U7 rrariKiin oi, rniuaeipnit. 60c to 1.00 76c 3&0(&$aMaf The Green River Valley ImproveDISSOLVED ment Co., have called a meeting of tbe counties drained by Green river Injunction In tho Fordsvlllo to meet at Rockport, Ky., to motrow Sohool Caoo. ' All progressive citizens of all the who can conveniently, counties, The Fordsvllte school case occushould meet and forward the Interests pied the attention of the circuit court of the country. until 3:30 yesterday, at which time Lay aside your business cares, Jndge Owen rendered his decision re household duties, and leave things fusing to make permanent and disthat perplex behind, join the party solving the Irjunctlon or restraining to Old Point, Aug. 9th, which will order which had been directed against afiord you such diversion as will re Supt. Rogers, of Ohio county. In Invigorate you and prepare you to doing this Judge Owen made it plain enter anew upon your duties when thst he doubted the wisdom of making the county superintendent s juyon return. dicial officer in even school matters, We have just received a carload of but he conceded that the high court Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and had plainly held that tbe county sup Drills of the best make to be had and erlntendent had a jurisdiction of his are prepared to save you money on own and hence his decision. all kinds of machinery. Call and see The case was argued by Attorneys us before buying. Agents for Mc Rlngo and Miller on behalf of tbe Cormlck's, the King of harveatlng plaintiffs and by Attorneys Ellis and machinery. Heavrin an behalf of 3upt. Rogers, Henry Field & Son. the case being closely contested, but A very sad accident occurred in tbe whole dajl's talk was virtually Haytl Wednesday night. Mr. and directed to this point: Has a county over a Mrs. Anthony Walker, of color, after superintendent jurisdiction returning home from church, through graded common school such as exists mistake for quinine took a dose of at Fordsvllte? The effect of the decision will be strychnine andretlred for the night. from which repose Mr. Walkerpossed that the trustees must now appear luto eternity, bnt Mr. Walker, after belore Bupt. ftogera and show cause passing a night of intense agony, has why they should not removed. Messenger. favorable prospects of recovery. Mr. Lera McHenry, Sr., had a for. tunate runaway at Beaver Dam Tues day morning. The horse was lett hitched to the buggy, and became frightened at an umbrella, broke loose and proceeded on an unsuccessful jour ney, having selected the pusway be. on twees the depot and which was a number of box cats for hla route, was captured by the assist ance of tbe depot, box cars and the side-trac- k, Kil --- R.T.C0LLINS.HARTF0RD &&e3&3! ! And here's a chance to make the best of both. It's thrift to save money on goods you have to buy. It's luck that we'd rather lose profit than lose sales. So we can hejp you and you can help us. Let's do it: c. til n-- it js ot -- - 0 - Tr--r $i m Corsets. U 4 mmm- .- -. -.- I1 -- - Waslh Good l-- 2c. l-- 2c. Scofcli Lawns, wbuld be cheap at 5c, our price Ask to see our Comet Corset, worth 75o,our price I' 50c. The Now Woman High Bust Corset, worth 3 Dimities, worth Cc, our price 4 Handsome Bedford Cords the latest thing for I' 75o, our price &0c. See. our Mascott Corset, in ..111..!. IIUIKI ....1 1IBU) VTUI.II rs? UUT- U1UBIIIIl!.!. UU Skirts worth IGc, our price 10c. AJIMUI., ,UU, ... -' Handsome French Organdios.worth 25a and 85c, must go, 15c. Fins Irish Dimity, worth 20c, our price 12 Fanoy Piquos, regular 16o goods, our price 9c. 2c. .out prico closing-o- ut 40o. All better grados of Corsets at prices tho following brands: II. & IL. These are the wm ' Kabo and Tbompson'sglove fitting. leading Corsets in the market. SHIRTS. at 60s on the dollar. n'i Il.mer.ItIl?r UtwlliTir4la .!;. Will llli, tli. oa4rrluUm IwimlS S Married aiCobdon, Illinois. Last Wednesday In the quiet little city of Cobden, III., wa married one of Ohio county's brightest and most Intellectual sins, Prof, T. J. Morton, of Hartford, to Miss Lucy C. Town-sen- d, of Cobden. Miss Towrls'end Is a cultured and accomplished' woman, a woman that Kentucky ch'eerfully grants a home and, Illinois reluctantly gives up. After the nuptial ceremonies were concluded t&e bridal party proceeded on a visit to relatives In Western Illinois. Prof, and Mrs. Morton will return to Hartford Monday evening. Sbirtiit(ioivIvO B.R MILLINERY. we Latest in Sailor Beautiful trimmed bat Pretty Flower, Chiffon, Ribbon. Lace. These good ont regardless ol former price. 50o Mrs. It. P. Barbour and daughter, 38c 25c MIts Carolyn, Leltchfield, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Will- 60c lams. 25c; 36oand60 Mr. W. B. Dellsven and sons have rented the Commercial Hotel here 35c to $2.60 and wilt soon be ready to accommo fl.OOup date the public. Tired nature cries out for rest and recuperation, and there is no better time to get both than on the Old Yard wide Percal. .7c 31Inch 8ea Island Percals. .9c. Beantiful wide Point trip Aug. 9th. Percal.. 12Jc very latest for waist, 3Wnch Madra Cloth.. 12Sc Sheer Mr. Travis Taylor, of near Prentts, White and figured Pique.. 10c Silk Ging Organdies.. 6c, 7c. 10c. has been confined to bam.. 33c. India Linen.. 4o. Solid Organdie.. 10c Fancy Onran-di- e. sometime with typhoid his room for fever, but is .8c and lOo. We ahow more ol these good than othor combine. Vint reported to be Improving. u or end for aample. are doting Lexington delegates. mentioned lines. We mean business and if you are in need of these goods it will pay you to come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is new and in every respect. up-to-dat- THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the above Mrs. Amanda Miller, wife of Joseph Miller, died at her residence near Mt. Vernon church Friday. Mrs. Miller waa In apparent good health nntll a few hours before death which resulted from heart disease. Mrs. Miller was a noble christian lady and her death Monroe-Mprga- n. Ladies' fast Black Hose 5o per pair. Ladies' will be mourned by a host ot friends extra heavy Black and Tan lOo per pair, or 3 pairs was Wednesday waa a great day for and relatives. Her funeral Good buyer investigate before buying, and that mean that we tell them. Mr. Harry Monroe, of Beaver Dam, for 25c. Ladies' ribbed Hose, worth 20c, our prico We car- fudge and Mrs'. John P. Morton. preached by Rev. G. J. Bean Saturday and Miss Alia Morgan, of Bowling We have no burdensome expenses. Why? because we buy right They welcomed Into the family cir- after which her remains were laid to Green, will be married in that city the biggest tock. We have the lowet price. 15c, or 2 pairs for 25o. ry rest in Mt. Vernon cemetery. cle a daughter snd son August, 2, 1899. The groom ts.an Men's heavy Half Hose Do per pair. Men's extra Egers.your We Ginseng. When In need of Smoke Stacks, Dr. J. T. Barrow was killed by a energetic and successful young bus. Wool Fine Black and Tan Half Hose, regular 15o goods, Grate Bats, Inspirators, Governors, train at Glendale, nearEllzabethtown, Iness man engaged in the lumber and our price 10c, or 3 pairs for 25c. Men's fancy Hose business with his father at Beaver Brass goods, etc., call on McHenry Ky , the tenth lost, Dr. Barrow mi log ranging in price from 15o to 50c, would be cheap Manufacturing & Machine Co., talking to a gentteman, and upon the Dam. Mr. Monroe has proven to be Mcllenty, Ky. at 85 per cent, more money. tf approach of the train turned to get off a christian gentleman In his dealings with business men, and a favorite Ladies' Vest, extra nice taped, worth 10c, our On account of the Populist State of the track, but was too slow. Tbe among his social companions. The Convention, the I. C. R. R. Co. will train struck him in the back, instant price 5c. Ladies' extra fine Balbrigan Vest, worth young lady of his choice should consell round trip tickets to Louisville ly killing him. Dr. Barrow was well herself on winning the hand 15c, our price lOo. luly 26th, good till July 39th, at one known to many people In Ohio coun gratulate ty. He was known as one of Ken- of this you air man. The bride hu and fare. tucky's reatest divines. His many been connected with the Beaver Dam If you intend going to Old Point, ftlends will regret to learn of the sad Seminary the past ytar. Her work hand your name to R. R. Agent at in the department of Elocution in the accident and his untimely death. your place so provision can be made Seminary, has been very successful Romomber, we have the name of carrying the Ohio county was represented at the and most agreeable to the patrons and for you, and be sure to secure your largest and best stock of Shoes in Hartford, and berth at your earliest convenienence. State convention, at Lexington, which citizens of Beaver Dam. prices way below othor competitors. We start nominated the next Governor of KenMiss Morgan came to Beaver Dam Quarterly Court convened Monday 2 tucky by the following gentlemen: from Warren county, recommended as 9 Ladies' Shoes at 75o and go to the iinest Shoe with a two daya docket, but was found M. L. Heavrin, Nicholas Barra&s, J. one of Kentucky's fairest and most that the term was too brief for the made. Men's Shoes, all solid leather, tl.00. All M. Hudson, Dr. A. F. Stanley, A. S. intelligent young women, and her buslaeu to be transacted consequent v better goods st the same low prices. We respoc- tly court waa continued nntll Wednes Bennett, II. D. Hunt, S. L. Stevens, stay in that little city has proven ber S. T. StevenB, Sam A. Anderson, R. to be all that Kentucky claimed for fully invite you to give our stock a olose inspection. day noon. C Jarnagln, K. B Martid, M. S. Rag her noted daughters. Mr. Heber Matthews, wife and chll- - land, Jno. II. Thomas, E. P. Neal, The Republican joins their young over- dren went to, Owensboro lut Satur Fon Rogers, A. B, Rlley.Slmon Jones, friends in wishing them as happy and day on a visit tq Mrs. Matthews' E. L. Myers, C P. Keown, Jsmes De agreeable married ' life as their courtmother. They attended the State Weese, Dr. J. W. Meadows and S. M. ship has been. Press Association at Henderson which Taylor. met this week. DEDA, KY. l-- 4c, 3-- WASH GOODS. Notwithstanding the advance in all cotton goods, Our lOper cent, discounton Clothing has proven' just for a few days wo will givoyou 10 yards good a great succoss, and still anxious to make room for style Dress Prints for 3 2o per yard limit 10 our new stock of fall Clothing, which is now boing yards ,to a customer. Good yard-wi- de Brown Sheeting, worth 5c, our 9 made for us, we will make some special prices on several linen. As a starter: Boys' knee pantb lOo price 3 8- -4 c Extra heavy, regular t) 4o goods, our price 5c. Good yard-wi- de Bleached Cotton, per pair. Better grade, rogular 35o goods, our would be cheap at 5c, our price 3 8--4 0 in 5 and price lOo. Boys' Linen Suits Coat, Vest and 10 yard length,limlt 10 yards to a customer. BetPants ages 15 to 10, regular $2 goods, our closing-out ter grades worth 0 our prico 4 4 c. All price $1.25. Job in Men's Linen Suits, better grades in proportion. our buyer picked up a few suits, regular 5.00 goods, so wo. can sell them at $1.08 a suit. Get one before, they are all gone just the thing for l-l-- Domestic. Clothing. i S HOSIERY and NOTIONS. summer. " ' " "' i. . .1 . i, Men's Furnishing Goods. The knife goes in this line. Fancy Percal Shirts, 'rogular 50o goods, our price 20c. Better grades at 50o and 00c, worth 05o and 75c. Men'a work; Shirts, would bo cheap at 45o,our price 25c. Men's Jersey Iiibbod Shirts and Drawers, worth 35o, our price 10c. Balbrigan Shirts and Drawers, regular 05o goods, our price 43c, Men's Balbrigan Undershirts only, worth 40o, our price 25c. Men's and boy's good Balbrigan Sweaters, would be cheap at 35c, our price 10c. Better grades, worth 75c, our price 40c. wantyour and Chickens,your Feathers, In-la- HARTFORD TEMPLEOF FASHION Fair & Co., Prop'rs. one-thir- d We Want to Call Your Attention To the fact that we have now on hand a large arid well selected stock of f Shoes Ladies', Men's pisses- Shoes, peri's, Boys' and Children's (Jlothing. , A Few Specials. . f Men's double and twisted cottonado pants, worth 50o, eur price 85c. Extra nice double and twisted pants, worth 65o, our price 45o. Regular 75o pants go in this sale at 55o per pair. As wo do not wish to carry any of these Goods over, in fact we are rather stocked, we will for the NOT Mrs. Rebecca taught, who has been visiting relatives In Hopklnsvllle and community ior the past two months, is at home agafn. She reports a pleasant visit and excellent prospects for this Tear's crops. Mr. J. E. Wilson, of Beaver Dam, called at the Republican office Wed nesday on business, gave a word of cheer snd then his name as a sub scriber. Thanks to Mr, Wilson, would be glad that all good Democrats would follow his example. Two Hoarta Mado Ono. e S- - Levy & Co., Beda, Ky. Mr. L M. Sandeifnr, of Louisville, Ladies wuo nave no escorts can made the Rkpcbucan a pleasant call take this trlp"feellnir that eapecial Wednesday. provisions has been made to see that FRIDAY, JULY 14. Miss Carrie Cox, Owensboro, la they have every1 attention, and lack visiting her aliter, Mr. M. L. Hcav for no courtesy. Those desiring In rln thla week. formation should write W. A. DA I.OCAt, TIME TAm,KBEATg S. P. A., Hopklnsvllle, Ky. Mr. L. C. 'Atherton and Muter Nsrlb SSt. Arrow. Crowjarvls, of near Llvamore, were son, ra.e Mail Mr. Hsrbe Taylor. Jr., of Beaver "''J!!!! in town yesterday. We, lVaoal rrelsM Dam, had a runaway Tueaday morn .OiT a. . Men Ik SOI. Fail Mall, Mrs. Charlea Richards, of Tbedes, ing. The horse became frightened on - us. P rrrlaM asi. AeoaWadalloii ties . an. III., lathe guest of Mr. M. L. Heav. the Williams hill, and "acted Span-lard- " all the way to Hartford, on arW. XSWBXJ XiOtSTG, Atn- - rln's family thj week. riving it was fonnd that all were safe Muter Romney Wedding, Louisfresh Iilsh Potatoes at Caraon ville. Is spending this week with his save the buggy. Broa.. .. father, Mr. R. R. Wedding. Messrs. W. D, Rsy, of Russellvllle, Mrs. J. C. Lllea, of Beaver Dam, la Miss Dora E Gibson and Mrs. and T. T. Kiucheloe, of McLean conn very alck. Wayne Griffin were pleasant caller at ty, are in town thla week working In the Interest of II. Parmelee Library Field's 'bus .meets all trains at the Rsfobucan office Wednesday. Co. of Chicago. Hartford certainly la Beaver Dam. We are cloalnc ant our Lawns and in great need of a good library, and the Louls-vll- le Mr. R.R. Wedding was In Organdies for less than wholesale citizens would do well to Investigstc latt week. Carbon & Co. prices. the work, II. D. McIIenry la visiting In Mr. Reneer Brothers, of Centertown, Lost On July the 3d, 1 pocket Louisville this week. have their mill ready for the machinbook in Hartford or between Hartford Mr. Ben D. KIngo went to Louls-vil- le ery, and will aoon be ready lor work. and Cromwell containing some notes, Tuesday on legal business. duebllls, receipts and (6 in paper mon Miss Hattle Hocker, who spent four all klnda, weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. L. ey. The finder will be' liberally reFarming Implement of warded for same by delivering same for sale by Henry Field & Son. Rowe, returned to LeltchOeld Mon. to this office or N. C. Daniel, CromMr. Jamea Her, of Beda, called at day. N. C. Daniel. well. , Wednesday. owner can the Rbpubmcan office Found Pocket-bookBus' driver just told of the re and The have it by calling at F.sq. Rone, of Centertown, la describing same, snd paying for this markable feat of a sow belonging to Quarterly Court this wck. Mr. Mitchell Baldwin, a farmer living notice. near Beaver paui, Mr. Baldwin's Goto Westetfield & Miller's for Mrs, B. W. Ford has been veiy sick sow turned up smiling with si brand frest meats, lard, bacon and chicken. for a month, is able to ait ap now. new pigs one morning this week and The Republican, extends congraU and children arc and we hope will soon be r stored to Mr: J. II, Thomas a grocery drummer present casually ulatlog and beat wish for a happy vIsltlngTVclatlves at Sulphur Spring, gooa BMiuu remarked that arow Mar, Mt Eden, and prosperous journey on the sea oX MIsBetthaMay Ifach.Oweu-- . Field & 8on have secured an extra Ky., recently presenti&C her owner life. boro, I vUltlug Mrs. af,-- L. Uetvrln, stable and now stave aople rouia to with seventy nine calves. We vouch Mr UC" Harnett aTdbi"bet gil accowaiodate all their customers. for the pig atory and the grocery of drummer says his btother will vouch visited the family of J. M. Rogers the The politest attention and tli for the cow tale. (cm ior youi . 8th Inst. Hartford Republican, I.0.3R..H-lal Wll-gu- ' 'inZ.' Bt Post-Offi- ce Perhaps tbe most Impressive and attractive wedding ever solemnized in Hartford was witnessed Wednesday evening at the M. E. church between Capt Jno. G. Keown add? Miss Bertie Morton. At 7:30 o'clock the church bell tolled the knell of the happy occasion, and the people in exultant joy proceeded to the sanctuary to wit ness what they had longingly hoped lor, The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion, the altar was banked with choicest flowers and the were festooned with chandllears evergreens and pink ribbons. By8:joo'clock thechurchwas packed with Hartford's best and most appre. dative citizens, from that time until the hour 8:30 hsd arrived, all were anxiously watching the entrance. Promptly at 8:30 o'clock, the or ganist, Mrs. O. M. Shultz, broke tbe silence with the wedding march the doors swung open and tbe bridal party marched gracefully up the aisle, led by Lieut Oscar Bishop and Miss Mabel Hocker, followed by Mr. Elvis Carson and Miss Lizzie Sanderfur, Mr. Guy Williams and Miss Laura Morton, then came tbe handosme snd attractive bride and groom, the bride wu lovely in a beautiful white Pails muslin and satin, carrying a wreath ol Orange blossoms. They presented themselves before the altar and were made one by Rev. G. J, Bean lu a few well chosen words, after which the bridal party repaired to the residence of Circuit Cleik S. A. Anderson where a splendid reception was given them. The groom. Cant. Keown, is an ex young man, and. entera upon life with the brightest prospects. Tbe bride, a daughterof Judge Jno. P, Morton, la charming and attrac tive In person, with graceful manners; she was prominent in Hartford socle As I have seen nothing from Beda for some time, I will drop you a tew lines. We are needing rain. Crops look very well. Farmers are harvesting oats. Some wheat has been threshed. Some sre waiting to have oats threshed. Rev. Barber filled his regular ap- -. polntment at Mt. Hermoa Sunday. Mr. W. R. Carson,' superintendent of Benlah Sabbath school failed to at tend school Sundsy evening for tea-- . sons better known to him and his best girl. MrrV. A. Carson and family and C. K. Carson's wife and children all visited Mr. Herald and family above Hartford last Friday, returning Sun $:I38 R.T.COLLINS,HARTFORD Tli Bui far Ckllls and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tostless Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; then why experiment with worthless race, 50c imitations Remember we give away a beautiful Picture free with every $10.00 purchase. Ask for one of our picture cards. We buy all kinds of Country Produce. Highest market price paid for any thing you have for sale. TO OLD POINT Comfort and tho Soaahoro on .lAuff. Oth-r-T- ho Croat-eat-of day. Three sisters, Mallssa Stevens, ol McLean; Mary Smith, Grayson, and Martha Ward, Ho Creek1, visited their brother, LIndsey Bennett, and wife, of. Beda; going from thence to their brother, W. O. Bennett, of Shlnkle neighborhood. Mrsf Tula Chinn , who has been sick for some time, Is little improved at this writing. Miss Grade Park has been visiting her sister, Mrs, .Maty Maple, the put week. Dr. R. L. Ford has located at Beda. We extend to him a hearty welcome. Mr. E truest Woodward, uearMc Henry, wu In Beda Sunday. Miss Sue King has seemed the pub lic school at Beda. Mr. Settle Her will move to Beda this week into the property of L. Ben AU Trips. Best and cheapest lot of Saddles ever brought to Hartford. All kinds The regular Annual Excursion to ot buggy harness In stock st the very Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. lowest price. Ltkxns Bt W, A. "WHgus, S. P. A., will be run Wednesday, Aug. Oth, via I. O. and O. Sc 0. Railways, from Iieaver Dam by H.art OIm, Owa kf on regular train ; leaving at 7:37 a DR. MILES' HCAItT OUHt. m..connectini? with Seashore Special which leaves Union Station, foot of Seventh street at 1:30 p. m. The viimrl tin ralu In OIll Point ComtOIt 15.50 and tbe tickets sre ia only lis. La Grippe, . MsHsan 9&IEmimS&vHimJ)k sssiHa. nctt. JAV. For Infant and Children, The KM YwHaw Always fete-- . CASTOR I A Uara the Signature of There are many who will take ad vantage of the low rates oflertd toOWj Point Aug. 9th" to visit their native State, Virginia, and look on the scenes of childhood, bringing back so many fond recollections and pleasant meraorlss. aawteyea.' Off Ta Our Oaaillpatlon VareTen TekeOucereta Ceadr Olherlla tOeortS. It G C. tall to eura, drvsiUta refund taone j. 1 1 1 WlsterMi. lavs. ai manuUctnnr ol Safety WhlOotrea Ooaplloc, If Herr Goebel ever eets Into the write ot Dr. Miles' Darl Oar. "Two yean Governor's chair It will be done alter aso aa attack ol laOrlppe kit roa with a dark, and with the aid of burglars' weak heart. 1 bad ran down la fleet, to tv-. g.w--mere liln end boue. I could not sleep Ijlaf tools. post down lot imotfurlaf epelUl frequent soars dat!nf pain and pilpiutloo eaueed a coo, stent fear ol aaddea death, nothlnf could Induce me to remain away from hone oni fii-tlnartlculars. address as Dr. sliht. Mr local phjlcln (reecrlbed was Vnr MUei'BeartOurandlafeda7I above or callou agent I. C. Railway. able to sleep well and tbe peine iradnally teaeened, and (nally ceased. I reduced tae Oik wmwMf ? TKm aM a CENTERTOWN. KY. the doeea, liavtaf kilned attaea pounds, and way tana I Mile in bow fMtli better la 'I MB. O. a BHULTB, and Vfi ol r gooa until August own, wim bwji-ov- er privileges returning ouly. This trio surpasses snv offered the traveling public. Grand and beau tiful acenery, invigorating moumaiu lr. urf.baihlnir. ocean vovace.psla- tlal hotel entertainment and a visit to the Capital, if desired. Every attention and courtesy will ha nnlnndnd toladles without escorts. Choice of routes returning, between Hicmnonu and Ulilton forge, win 00 given, enabling those who desire to T a, Il.I.... . f f titiu visit i.vnciiuurir. iiaiuioi ui iuu a nrl other points of interest. ,uu Sleeping car rates win io for bert- h- Louisville to Old Polut,tq . ap two nartnni. TV VVlWa l.v nnA and application for sleeping car space auouiu De mscie at onoe to tv. st. W1LGUS.S. P. A.,UopktnsvJHo,Ky. i by and, are busy taking care of wheat . and oats. Miss Bessie Brown, of Beaver Dam, is Instructing a class In music here. Mr. U. S. Faught has organized a singing class at the Methodist church. Mr. Carl Benton, of Irvington, is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Mr. L. C Brown is very sick, having been confined to his room for a week. Mrs. Fannie Davis Is confined to her bed, having been sick several days st this writing is ho better. Infant child of George Rowe ste some ye Isst week and after much suffering has about recovered, Bessie Hill, little daughter or Harvey Hill, jumped out of a stable loft window last Friday and broke her left leg above the ankle. Mrs. Mable Richard, ol Phebes, 111., is visiting het mother, Mrs. J. P, Thompson, of this place. Prof. P. II. Ross has been employed to teach tbe High View school this term. Psarl. . 4 r; . a r IsBabvThin soorrs fumstoM L-fJaVST far aold by ail dntf fieU under a poaiU-- e tmreaue, area coin beneate or aioaey funded. Book on HIM) aWaWwlwl OJLHTOl re- o. bt ol the heart and aerrasfree. Addreee, BSL MUJaf IHaMOaii ssa. ). Many ot our boys sttended the con vention last week snd report a pleas sat time. Hope our State convention will nominate the very beat men this week to Oil tbe different olliccs ol me Mate. Host of our farmers bsve corn laid to hb Rw; W mm a tky. a ... UU fjsVwWanHH eTwTT aJJ L Pi lAZflflf faJH I wTWi l sTetl 1 tea fffwfPTVTO M ih EmtlklOr, H BW W (jeAjretLeTLaV FWTeM-V- i !) UJu tjtc U IH i j5''--- w it"--? wwmf-tr- ". rwywvrv p nmr j cwTVFJvr1"w "" 'Hf" J ( mnjrfi; V i whiiiiiii ii'i iifnn i.i i.i'ii I 1 i'i'MiiJiV i I MTtdl soon ffvyw; ;";!. y:.uayKaccaaaW5asa8avas Ufa audita Republican. tbpught regarding. the people. duties Hartford In the masser of There ' ,yr ' A .lyja' iim.wii EOKSSaE ment His (nilnd U brui'cd like a poor hounded creature, turnlngagtlntt nil wlm a'prclt ''At fitst-h- e stt tiled to lute, nl least distrust, even me When be surprised my eye lookl-u- ; upon the ravage In hli fce,''litMHCtcl: l 'I haven't tirojvn 'prltV. hV I? You Jeft me,lliMe n long while nnd it Is a hurd place ' I!t doesn't rriille Iioa If ju-- t lie Is, Io- - he Is iRiiorntit ot i ur MniMle. We It kliOtmbtfttdnn tu hear htm sh 11 hnve totijll him hi owu history little t little The wnrM wa-- i rever dirLrr than when l leltnltruu fitht Interview In th afternoon I f und lllin litter ami Under He mifte mo sit neir hint with ItU inn around me The Gift thing he said w,is: "'Lucie. I wis utjist nnd cruel thl,i morning; forjttve tuo. I have uflertd io much that sometimes I am Hut you. too, have snf not mj self OlMWaamaaWaaWalM Dreyfus' First Talk to his Wife Soono Moro Trnglo and Pathetic than Any Since tho ExIIo'b FRIDAY, JULY 14 THINGS THAT BID US HOPE. "It ia coming God hath spoken Hi When a man shall be a man Judged upon A righteous basis. Not upon a money plan, "RlnrootUMOlS Elnr In tha nair Not upon the plan of power Bins' out tha falsa RlDglathatrua" Vested In an earthly law. We bring to you the new and true from the plney" forests of Norway How do we know that it ia coming; that wonderful day when a man shall be judged upon the basis ol his mental, moral and spiritual statute, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey rather than uppn the wealth he has, by fair means or foul, accumulated, Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by showing thus the nation progress to science to Pleasant, Permanent, Positive wards better things? Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces First by the restlessnrsi that perof the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. vades the masses of people every Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worwhere. It is given outward exprea mucus Is cut out ; the rated ; the cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed slon in man) ways which I do no1 membranes are healed and soothed so that there need to stop 1 1 enumerate. At times Is no Inclination to cough. it seems an evil because anguish and SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGQI8TS misery follow in its train. Lives are Betllas Only. 25a., 50a. and $1.00 Slat I shadowed and shuttered and the glor BE SURE YOU GET I A M ea Y C A ns O LD. m mn Mni which lies beyond does not appear, aay uJ to Ur. JtrUa Hilir. lunar. Dr. we forgit then that the greatest tngrlpaawtllaattMUhaaMroLaa, imm wMk I iron atranc. Mra. M. A. Vttcaira, growth comes through suffering, that vmaaVukr-individuals and nations are lilted int & BRO. PorSalobyZ WAYNE GRIFFIN higher conditions in this very way. never bring Absolute contentment the desire to reach to loftier ideals. And this very unrest, this outreach-In- g to a change, this conviction, growing stronger and stronger, that humanity is not living to its best, must and will enable the forces for good which lies forever back of life, unrecognized though tbey may be, to come to the fire and move men to wiser action, It was Henry George, the man who, being In advance of the thonght of his time was, as all such men are, deemed visionary and im practicable, who said: "These dangers, which menace not one country alone, but modern civilization itself, do but show that a high er civilization Is struggling to be born, that the needs and aspiration of men have outgrown conditions and institutions that before sufficated." And it is because there are such dangers the outgrowth of this nni versal unrest, that I see hope for that future, When you go to Arkansas- or Texas you can travel in comfort If "When a man shall be a man you know how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket ia the COTTON Judged upon a righteous basis BELT ROUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra Not upon a money plan " cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The chairs are arranged so you can bac a comfortNot that money in itself la an evil. able seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each Far from it, for it is a necessity in car Is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these every line of action upon the physical cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. plane. He who possesses it in the Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt Junctions with trains for largest measure holds in bis hand a all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma snd the far West. wonderful power for good, and his re. If you are thinking o( taking u trip, write and tell in. where j ou ou will leate. ana we will tell ou now mucn are going ana when sponsibility to his lellowman is pro your ticket will cost, what train to take 10 aa to make the rxt time and anything eUe we can that will help make ami connection portlonately greater. He has no more your trip a comfortable one Anlntercitingliltlrbouklet,"ATniP Tl'.XAS." will be mailed free to any addrcaa. right to evade this responsibility thanbehasto turn away from any E. W. LsBEAUMB, W. A. McQUOWN, Traveling Fast enger Agent. Cen'l Pat. r and Tit. Agent. other dnty. When Jesus commanded (IS Coliabla tilt . ST LOUIS MO. LOUISVILLE. KY. (3) the young man to sell his goods, all that he had, and give the proceeds to the poor, he was testing the motive that was moving the heart of the youth, not prescribing the methods which he should use in helping tht needy. No, it is not money itself, but the undue love for it, the abuse of it, that is the galnt evil of the day, which has You can save io to is per cent, by buying your entered into tvery department of ac Lumbor, sash, doors, shingles and building mation and threatens the very life of the terial at tho Cornor ot Inglo and 7th Bts. nation. And the nation is coming to recognize it, and the effects of the I have one ol the beat assortments of Choice Lumber in the recognition are becoming visible in State, and can make it an object to you to drive here for your various ways, and these are the signs lumber, even if it is a few blocks out ot your way. of hope in thehorlzjn.and one of these is unrest. I dell strictly lor Cash, which mean that you will not have Another aign lies in the growing to help pay any bad bills when you bay here. conviction that in education Is to be found the key to the betterment of Jk.&l3a. conditions, and in that word Is not simply included a knowledge of books as studied, but of the real things of life. Witness the growing interest kindergartens which ought to be a Doalor in all kinds of Building Matorial, part of every publlclschool system in which the little ones are taught how to observe, and what Is of more Im coiiNr.it skvl.nth am iNuLb NniEirrn. portance, are given the first lessons in self control. Then there are the Manual Training schools, the effi ciency of which has been so gloriously demonstrated right here In Toledo, 351' by the remarkable work on exnibl. LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY tion last week. The eye and the band are trained to wonderful skill to Tirkel OfIlrt, S33 t'onrlli Ave. I'ukiii lleiiol, Hrvrnlli A lllvrr. s.sji.izcTX lat, 3,009. suppllment mental development and St. Louis to Louisville & East give it purpose. I.ouistillo to St. Louis & West. Add to this the mqvement to give No 45. No. 41. No 44 No. 46 Leave Louisville 7:45a m 8:55p m the children a greater use and interest 7:56a tn 8.35P in Leave St Louis In the free public libraries, again " Owcnsboro 11:4 ia m 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon " Henderson u:45P m 13155 m " Evansville ataop m 3:45a m prominently exemplified here in To " Kvansvllle 1:151 m 1:15a m " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10a tn ledo, but growing in strength in " Offensboro ' Mt.Vernon, 111 3 44Pm 4:00a m i ther cities, school and library co Arrive St Louis 7:jp ra 7:211a m Arrive Louisville 7M5P m 7:50a HI operation to broaden the field which the child may enter, and one cannot TO 55'VJtXTCVTI.r.S:. iOVICVUAB help feeling that the result will be a No. 41 No. 45 No 43 Leave Louisville . . . . 7 45a m 8:35p m manhood and womanhood with a 4!5op m 8:o4j m " llawesville. . . . 10:4)1 m Ii:i8p m trner sense of the responsibilities ol 11 14 a m Owensbotu. , , , yiosp m i:58p ra citizenship, and a better understand ' Hendrthnii , . I2145P " io:iup m 12:55a m ingot the problem of right living, Atrive Kvanbville . . 1:15pm 1:25am loop w And those men and those women who are, devoting their energies to the perNo. 42 No. 46 No. 44 fecting ot these educational measures, Leave Evansville 6:50a m a;2op m 2:45am are, by so much working for the beti " Henderson 2!46p m 7115a m 3:10a m terment of humanity. " Owensboro 8:15a m 3M4p m 4:00a ra 11 llawesville 4Mop 111 9MJS m 4:50a m Desldea thla advancement in tha Artive Louisville , , . . 12 isp m 7:30a m 7'45P m methods of educating the young, All Iralna run through an I lit la Granatin. Tlirniigh I'arlor I'lira and Poll there are great movements looking to ManiUera 41 until Nlrrnrra an all IratMa la Kvaut III ami Nl. wards the development of better llattlliaaBur-cdall3S and a J ruuueel al Irtluglon lar fardatlll DR. BELL'S can be no such thing as different codes of ethics lor religious, political, social and business llfe,and thla truth must be lodged In the consciousness of the nation ere the evils of the prea ent disappear. Prohibitory legists tion cannot do the work. There must be an Insistent demand from the people to bring the change, and this will come only through education to wards higher ideals. The endeaver to create thrse appears prominently in the literature of the day; in tne speeches of men in public place; tn the constant presentation of what constitutes the true Brotherhood of Man. All of these things must bear their legltmate fruits in the near or distant future. Condomnatlon. I'tom relatives and ftlends of Mine Dreyfus I have obtained details of her interview with her husband recently at Rennes, France, and can cable what la probably tht only nccurate account of the Grst meetings. When the cell door opened for Mine Dreyfus and her companion, Mme. Havet, a captain of the guard was ordered to witness and bear everything. Mme. Dreyfus flew tn her husband with a single pleaing cry, all V t'tsinF' IT? T ' ' " r,vir-'"- v 4' r''r Si For Infants nnd Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! ftvBctab!cIVcparal.onror similating Asiteroodandlteyjula-llnglheSlaiaachanndDo-clsc- gS&MhMai Pfomotc9l)igcsfjoaChcctfiil-ncs- "Alfred!" This week there is holding falo a conference of many In Buf- n thinking microbe-bearin- g 1 -- Iill't PIsi-Tar-Mt- people ot this country. Its delegates include men of all shades of opinions In religion, politlce and social af fairs. They come together to consult aa to the best means ol tilting the country out ol wrong conditions and make it what it should be the world's leader in what it pertains to the good of humanity. Those who cannot see tn this gathering a deeper meaning than the mere 'nsiemrjling' of men of intellect to exploit them selves; those who do not recognize in it the expression ol some higher force that is endeavoring to lead public sentiment toward lottier ideals, ot action, in otherwords, to convert. In some measnre.the Ideal into the prao tlcal; those who do not understand that this coming together of so many men of thought and purpose to dispassionately deliberate upon the prob tems which are pressing so inslstents ly to the fore for solution these have failed to watch the trend of events during the last decade In this country and throughout the world. There io and can be no chance in the matter. Possibly this assembly, made up of leaders of thought, may seem to have no greater outcome than an exchange of Ideas, but It will be only aseeming. Such a concentration ol unselfish purpose cannot and will not lait In effect ing final good. It is for us all to wish them God speed. Toledo Blade. Eighteen Hundred Years Old. Broad Was Bakod In Pompoll ' Before tho Eruption Othor Food as Old. Sufferers from Indigestion are advised to eat stale bread; the staler the better, they are told. There is in the museum at Naples some bread which ought to be stale euough for anybody. It was baked one day in August, 79 A. D., in one ot the curious ovens still to be seen at Pompeii. More than eighteen centnries.'tbere-fore- , have elapsed since it was drawn "all hot" and indigestible from the oven. So It may claim to be the oldest bread in the world. You may iee it In the glass case on the upper floor of the museum. There are sev eral loaves of it, one still bearing the impress of the baker's name. In abape and size they resemble the small cottage loaves) of England, but not in appearance, for they are as black as charcoal, which, in fact, they closely resemble. This was not their original color, but they have become carbonized, and ii eaten wonld proba bly remind one of charcoal biscuits. When new they may have weighed about a couple ot pounds each, and were most likely raised with leaven, as is most of the bread In Oriental countries at the present time. The popular idea that Pompeii was destroyed by lava is a fallacious one. If a lava stream descended upon the city the bread and eyerytbing else in the place would have been utterly de Htroyed. Pompeii was really burled under ashes and fine cinders, called by the Italians lapllll. On that dreadful day in August, when the great eruption ol Vesuvlns took place, bowers of fine ashes fell first upon the doomed city, then showers of la pilll, then more ashes, and more la pi 111, until Pompeii was covered over to a depth In places of fifteen and even twenty feet, Other comestibles besides the bread were preserved.and may now be seen In the same room in the museum There are various kinds ol grain, Iruit, vegetables, and even piecegToNmtat Interesting is a dish of walnuts, some cracked ready loreating.others whole rtiouuli carbonizJ, like all the other eatable, they hve precerved theli chatter is tic wrinkles and Hues. There are Ggs, too, and pears, the former rather shriveled, as one would expect after all these years, the latter certainly no longer 'juicy," Dut perhaps the most Interesting relic in the room is a honeycomb, every cell ot which can be distinctly made out. It is so well preserved that it Is hard to realize that the comb la no longer wax nor the honey, A piece ol the comb seems to have been cnt out, and one can imagine some young fompeilan having helped himself to It and sitting down to eat It, when lie bad to jump up and fly I r his life One can not help wondering what became of the piece whether the younfr fellow took It with him and ale it as he ran, or whether he left It on his plate, intending to return for it when tha eruption wu She clasped him in ber arms. Dreylus made no answer; no step forward. He remained passive in hei embrace, looking down on the bead ot his wife iobbiog against his breast. There were still between them the ' barrier olfour years of exile and agon. "He was quite as sombre aa ever, such as, perhaps, no other living tutti Un little after he startled me by has endnred. While pushing his wife bick gentt) tsking abruptly: 'Are both children lead?' to look at ber lace, Dreyfus said: ' I crle-l- : 'Why, no, what makes "Well, yes, I am here. I am not muck better than a corpse, but here vou "sic thil?' " They did not come to see me,' lam." He then walked away without kiss he answered. 'I thonght pethop-- ; ing her. He began to pace up and they were dead and that yon were down the cell, his hands behind his .'nceliitt (tout of pity t) me. Wb back. He looked at the guard who irevnn In mourning?' "Istid 'A'llred Vhave been thl was present and seemed fmiousat the way unce yon went from tn ' pylng. "Then he took me fondly In hU Surprised by his strange, cold attitude his poor wife stood where she irmi, saying, Mon bon ange' ( My was abandoned, in the middle of the 4ood angel'), but again as I was tellchildren, how room, absolutely dumfouudtd. She ing hitu all about-thclasped her shaking hands. She the little baby had grown, be Inter looked as II her heart was breaking. rupted me sharply, 'So they wouldn't come?' I hid to explain all over It was pltlfnl to see her. The guard, who had withdrawn to again. "He is very suspicious and appar a comer ol the cell, Madame Havet and the others were amazed by the ently very insecure In his mind, but cold, strange attitude oi Dreylus, and from the improvement made In my almost overcome by the suffering of two visits I leel that the better climate, cntupiny and our love, wl Ich bis wife. The prisoner paced with the pre he tliall feel constantly near him. Habit. Alter a will ( fleet a rapid change cision ot prison-ce"M.y O d give him back to us time he sank Into a chair. Mme. Dreylus threw herself on her soon " knees before him, clasped her arms E.lurata Tour Hawaii vrib Caacarfla. Gmttf about his neck, imploring him re- lOc."So. Cnihartle, enra comttpalloj toftter. 'tO.CC fall. Uraaalau rotund taooer. peatedly: "Alfred, look st me! Don't yon know me?" she cried. The eyes ol the blanched, gray man did not tnrn. "Alfred, Alfred, look at me," she repeated over and over again. "Don't you rccognlz; me I am Lucie, Lucie your wife." Dreyfus answered: ' Of course I recognize you," he replied at last "I am sick, not in e ll - otNaiicotic. yUfJaaaV- - s and Rcst.Contalns neither nor Mineral. Bears the 1 Signature of afAflV AW The AJW JtrrmmiU a . at&L&Li lion, SourStoouch.Drarrhoca, Worms xnvul5ion3.reverisli-ncssnndLoss Ancffftf Remedy forCorwIlM- - of Sleep. II ftf CA f Jfv Kind You Have TacSitrak Sifnaturt of w tj-e- vonic. Always Bought. KamBmMEiEmEuZllEaaaaBBi tXACT COPT Of WRAPPCB, Vgf'Tj'Jaaiaasagfgy.yy-T- 'i " A it- -. lTlaal WaWaafl found CtUATMr M ffcniiy simUn. l 1 a fa stuniaM . IOC rprawrmtait, law! ft) M Met M M&tkeL Mat Til, au It 1 your nravr! iVf lgt C4pct tuul lt Ml 4 KB If IB Of, KrrWat,V,U.r5? a'aSJttKKa. M? n ! itDjuvlih rrtisrh. arlll kTtm--TRIAl rnu for cm botiustral IT THKII MONTHS' ;or Hih wW ir w r wan rvtvn tout wutm mj iut tvm r vi MUinwi. IVMt amftM i ftitft aW4atf atOwt W ftl M.M, lO.ftO. ll.ttsV U fUt 4W4H U Hm.U tit Mualatf, aWtttebnor Msk m fcis.so rmiva offirMtr oadit?et ihxrdxcjc U tb-- nvatsMt fti.rl.ou. mil-- . ft ?' iWBBBJIKVTyt y?,Ti-K- , VCnlWalMlU, OtXtriM BEWARE OF IMITATIONS t'j - 7 Our SaWfcia 0lr TlHOU lUIsM. wit ldrrtnauiu. Mm hint Qjni m4 t awit n Try lotni iiriOTUiTr I fltaV PmraWafatV wowrviTTr irat Mlt.lt a wiiB inrtit itn, wrrtt Ti UKCTIOriOlB. MAURUY TBK KKItl( AMrttll'A, ha Uurm wtv aasw aava KVRBT .. COOCwmi tVia TH?? B hwS awaWaaWaTtla aWaaWaWA I i I9 . ' HB9aHaaB MuiW4. rM bvaattl awi wi OMwIKTO VKUJI JUE UUsTMalTaUtlAL SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK JwrwUBt4KoMlUutlMalvlMwaiaw;MM (HMt or tat. 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Into a par HIS SLOW RECOGNITION. l HENRY FIELD & SON Aim RUNNING A SAVE MONEY! come Firloes. THEO. E. REOTIN, etxxL izzts nr srrsiT, 1 1 VJi.2Ta-VZr.XwS- 3 .... .... .... .... to lo'dtotsxe, y. The Smith Premier Typewriter ,..ij if... Economical Writing Machine. often a warnlnf that tha torpid or Inactive Mora troubles may fullow, Vr a etUclent cur of Ifeadacrif Uyer troublo, Uio It Hemdfacft llvtr aailoua prompt, and. all It The man slowly touched her eyes. His fingers were wetted with tears. He took her head between bis hands and then he kissed her severat times Not much was snid, Mme. Dreyfns could not sett him enough. She passed her hands gently over bis face as if sbe wonld smooth out the marks made there by his long torture. She kissed his hands and held them close to her cheeks. His past agony was plainly Imprinted upon bis lace. She cried ceaselessly, making visible efforts to control herself, and biting her handkerchief. The tension of her body showed bow severe was the struggle. There was little conversation for some time. Four years ol almost silence bad made connected speech little more than a memory to him. He seemed to have forgotton how to utter his thoughts or to real-- z: the necessity of uttering them. Mme. Dreyfus and Mme. Havet were intensely distressed by the state of his mind. Questions bad to be repeated several times. Olten he spoke quite beside the question, giving no sign of understanding, as If his thought was far away. Nevertheless, be had very lucid moments. He spoke little, olten snappishly. From certain ol his statements Mme. Drcius and Mme, Havet inferred that he had been poisoned against his family. He accused his relatives of having neglected him. He has nr.t the faintest conception of what they have done for him. of the importnnce his case haa acquired and that the attention of the entire world is fixed upon him. Capt Dreyftt believed that Fan re was still President nf France. He considers hU return the result of ordinary piccctdiug and supposed it was easily obtaimd He declared th.it he wonld have been back Inng ago had bis wife taken sufficient interest in htm. He has utterly failed to realize that before him is a fight for his life. He believed that everybody recognized bis innocence and that the Rennes trial la a mere formality. Hence he showa much resentment for the severity shown htm on ship and in prison, growing defiant at times. When a gendarme Informed him that the Interview was over at the expiration ol an hour aud a qtiar ter, he cried; M mileur, call me Dieyfm I am enpttin again until another lot of fwU ilecre-- j (therwiar " A I.RTTKK FH1IM U CHILL TONIC oacana, M. ism. Parta Madlclaa Co., tic loula. Ho. OUOVKH TABTICLKm. C1I1U, TONIC ml hat Ikjusbi tnra antM airaaa lata y tar. la all oar ot II yaara. 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A Business Mcxecdion i.ouinvii.m:, Uiixiuchy. ) I THE BRYANT &STRV.TTON BUSINESS C0LLEGW, Seven experienced teachers, tocb one a specIaM.t In Qradtistesot thla college preferred hy busl M line SIIOSTIIANn J TULHORAI'IIY Write lor a beautiful boolr Riving ten- iie houses tliiioniiln (mm trradnates occpln? prominent positions all over the United Statesit 111 be mailed to o- u- PR UK BOOK-KRHPIN- nMIt nilllVHUS 1 421 Walnut Atantnm It U thd BtttYllniWHUr. ( AthfvM CtUbtu. ru Smith Premier Typewriter Company, 215 5th St. LouIbvIUo, Ky Bt,, Cincinnati, O. CanstndtJ en tcttnHfk prtnctpUl 1 of tlmpU ptrti, U Is IU matt iltitiU mjcnfarffuJr. Aru Mis vt ttjuitj to rJUpoMfm Wblfo ibex route) tba llvtr, rtttot full, rtcular action ol Um bowels tlitf lo not grip ot pli, do not, uriiaiv or mnaiamua internal arcana, but ha a poiUa tonli eBett. SA at ll.droulili or by mall or C. lrUofMi A jb. LoVtll, Usm. PW pvri lets. , UHK A t'UI.11 IM OXE HAY Take "Laxative .Dromo Quinine Tab " . V mwmmmmmmmmim it All drngglsta relund money II to cure. S5c The genuine jioorniutrrvUi tulv'ral M-ihas L. D. Q. on each tabltt, Ions are far wWtbad auy. bj.Hy ail. tf fall Following is a copy ol letter sent by Madame Drejluato relative I J Paris: v"It .wl'l breik your heatt to see him, What have ther done tu hint that he llnuM be ) dlfT rent? I ft cu , Hi. It Stands Alone SEND ONE DOLLAR kku lao miim r Ckui at ajacr Tu anaiiiTi l CUT TUU 4 "i aH. mia IB ataTaaBaBaBaBBaBBat CU itwm4uMn ftt. lr our laundry stindaolonefiir vxrellrure of wnrk turned out Vnir llrenlan't I' tureil heie from rrtinlrnl ni lm pmpr handling O if) tlltltd H'M-- t ' Illo flM4a kaVUr UutUr are caplnt'ert, snrt Vnti enn't ba,l i"H it for beauty if tn or ho.1 rrlec(lo i o n prtfectlnii of l.unrirv wotW tour hhltt in laurdered by U- - raarartLf aaniricroai wl en Tail imUiiuaHH aikaaua m lint aa4 (ralktaluLriH,lMaUalua mi alia arotr. .ii. a.....!. W..d. i. 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