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The Republican and the Courier Journal, 1 year, $1.25 The Republican and the Toledo (O ) Made, 1 year, $1 15 The Republican and Louisville Dispatch, The Republican and the Olobe Democrat, I 1 year, $l 35. year, ft 50. ,J The Fine Job Work a Specialty. Haetded Eepubhcak Offfllil OEM), OF The Republican has the Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County. !SE MIR III COnUHNIllDliniff, Subscription $1 a year. No. 2. VOL. XII. WALTON'S BATTERY HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1899. Is at LastSlloncod and ho daro not Attomptan Answor. The following open letter, double column and double leaded appeared In the Carlisle Mercury Wo weeks since, which is self exlpanatorr,and although Walton has gotten out four Issues ol his psper since this appeared he has never so much as attempted an ans. wer. "We regret to see our esteemed friend and fellow newspaper servant) Green R. Keller, of the Carlisle Men enry, take bis defeat for Secretary of State so ungracefully. lie says he will support the ticket, but at thesame time eaya things that he may regret In the future. A life long Democrat oughtn't to sully his record, by writing aa he dots." W. P. Walton in the Stanford Interior. Journal. My Dear Friend Walton I know I have not a warmer personal friend in Kentucky than yourself. Time and opportunity have proved that you have been my political supporter In all my aspirations, and I assure you that you never had a more ardent admirer than the undersigned. Time nor circumstances cannot change my admiration for you, not only as a msa and la brother editor, but as a lover of truth and justice and fearless writer against all manner of crime. When your section waa almost overrun with murderers and outlaws, yon took your life In your hands and offered it to tbe cause of peace and truth. I have made It my business for years to read and almost worship your match, less weekly, and my sons have been taught by me to look upon your fear leas and constant fight against wrong as an example worthy ol their emulation. Mow what shall I do? What shall I think? of political rascality, Attorney at Law n ;v -- Perry Westerfleld, Bbuyxr Daw, Ky. JOHN P. MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORB, KT. attention given to all busl-- ',' e entrusted to bit cere. Office In W vonrt tiouse. J,?t Special HARTFORD, Will practice his profession In all the court a of Ohio and adjoining countlea and Court ol Appeals. Special attention given to collection. attorney atKY.Law ATTORNEY AT LA W X. L. HEAVRIN, ACT5 GENTLY ON THE I fc IK SHELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY Will practice his piafeaslon In all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank, Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System Cleanses the nnEPPECTUALLY care nothing for what I say. Mr. Goebel has the election machinery In his bsnds, and he will be the next Governor, and don't yon forget It For this reason I have no hesitation in telling tbe truth about the Louis vilie convention, because it matters not what Is said or done, so the re sult will be all right. Yours for De mocrocy, honesty and truth. G. R. KstXEK. P. S. As for the Secretary of State-shi- p; it was offered to me by Mr. managers at Louisville for 4 votes for Redwlne, and I rejected It upon the advice of my two sous, who were present when the offer waa read. That's where I wassairt er than W. J. S. Yours again for D H. and T. O. R. K. Goe-bel'a - i We are coming, JUSt two DEMOCRACY TO BILLIE G. htlnrlrrl Blllle Goebel, Ihntinnnrf errntifr .To protect a lreeman's ballot, juo. 10 ngnt a peopie'n wrong. We will call e new convention, And a tlckerwlii "select," ' Tkat Democrata'tnty rally to, ,jur lorieit Wfc will call a new convention, , That shall speak the party's will, And will deal a solar plexus to You, Blllle, and your bill! t. For to one, and one King only, v Bends the Democratic knee: A King who rules ol right divine, 5 Ah, King Majority! We-ar- e Millions Given Away. It Is certainly gratifying to the pub. lie to know of one concern In the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medl cine; and have the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thou- uvea. A01U1UB, I auuB V. UUfmK Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all dlax eases ol the Throat, Chest and Lungs are surely cured by It. Call on J. II. I Williams, Druggist, and get a ftee trial bottle. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed, or price refunded. To protect a freeman's ballot, And to right a people's wrong. "Just two hundred thousand strong, coming, Blllle Goebel, ruptcy. Don't yon hearthat sound portentous, Deen aa from the tinder world? 'Tie the winds yon've sown And a coming In a whirl) Get your reaper ready, Blllle, Yonmustreapthecropyou'vesown; We will see that no One robs yon Of what justly Is you ownl Will H. Brashear. Bowling Green, Ky. Attorney at Law HARTFOKD, KY. fl given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, do. making also Notary Publio lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. JNO. II. WILSON. ITUA-CO- N'1 ..w Bvr Tut S-- h ctNumt-MtNT- PERMANENTLY Taylor's Early Struggles. Anything pertaining to the early history of a man whose upward ca--I reer has been so marvelous aa that of n.n w . a 'xni. it,. lUUUUUIU w.u. .. w. j,w., .MB candidate for Governor of Kentucky, will be read with Interest by the peoi.-.v.ti- D oy Uf?RN!ATG,SYRVP HsjrrroBD, Kt. Will practice bis profession in the the courts ol Ohio and adjolntay counties. Also Notary Public Attorney at Law, B. R. WEDDING rea tssys:w rti writ wu t tu luut raw .?. CAfJCA- From Democratic Standpoint. Down with Goebel and Goebelistn. Tbe Pioneer is a yellow dog Demo crat, but like Theodore Ilallsm, we won't be dragged lower. Read extracts In this Issne from speeches at the Bowling Green antU Goebel meeting. They're hot stuff. It yon vote for Goebel, yon will surely live to regret It; that Is, unless you drop dead Immediately thereafter. Ask the Democrats you meet how they are going to vote. You may be surprised to find how few of them will speak out and promptly say for Goebel. The opposition to Goebel and Goe bellsm continues to grow, before many days, there will be a' genuine Democratic ticket In the field that'libncst, Democrats can vote for. You can walk up to the polls and vote for John Young Brown like a white man and a free man. Yon won't have to hold your nose while you do It, nor will you have to make any apology. Bullitt Pioneer. ma t? Iv If. Attorney atKY. Law, HARTFORD, tht Will practice his profession in all Cou rts of Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settle ment or oecedeDl's estates, road cases Office op ml criminal practice. Uirp next door to Griffin'idrug store. El. X- - TSTEJ ATi, Biliousness find tun perfect. Couldn't da without tliem. Xh&Te need them tor sometime ror lodlgeslloa nd bUtoueneee and un now completely cured. Heeommesd Ibcm. to .r err one. Onee tried, tou will nerer b without them la las tunUT- - Enir. A. Mabx, Albany, N. Y. MIfcavc BBTa end h4 yeur valuable - r. v CANDY Shall I follow yon In your support or shall I tell the Do yon think I sully the record of a Democrat by publishing tbe truth? life-lon- g J. S.R. Wedding, ATTORNEY facta? Fleetest, releuele. Potent. Tute Good. Do Me Good. Never Blcten.Weeiea.or Gripe. Wc.-- tt, ... -- . CUBE QONSTIPATtON. StarO-- a Imh4 Cim,.f. CMmc. a..l,.tl. Mm. Ywt, Ml M.TA BS Sold end ret renteed Br ell dree. Md COUNSELLOR it WW, (NOTARY MJBUC) th e courts ol Ohio and adjolnln? counties and the Court of Appeals. Frompt attention given toallbualness entrnst-thla care. Office in llKPUnucuw building. HARTFORD,. - KENTUCKY. Will practice his profession In all o i i It y . I S tlon honestly, and no Democrat In Kentucky can raise his voice against Tsetse Men sty. AM swrrbe yea ts it. The delegates selected by tbe sejeorMH. TUrsars ailllloH Ilk people of the various counties met yeu, wile wad ilc! eall a "TD. MCCO KERVE" test It, your aud nominated the choice of the mas W VjRVeB el OVflarTVlWj IHleMl IVffM jorityotthe Democrata of Kentucky. HARTPORD. KY. yea et'SBsrestle MsrSraai, a4 Chairman Redwlne was exceedingly Will practice in the Courts of Ohio esy.- -l CANT OtllT." yea iHts truth. county ami Court of Appeals. Prompt fair in bis rulings, and every man enTesas&rtlweytetotflastfrMMta en attention ctven to all business titled to be heard wss heard, and after Rentes tytleai ey utka Office in Herald trusted to our care. fair and full hearing before the com building. MAKES talttte on credentials, and in the con vention every question was decided JOHN T RONE, on Its merits." If yon can say this, "or words to VFHTkUroWW, KT. acts sufedfy c tee tobssee-lrthat effect," It becomes my time to s let all Ik prwleaala-Will praellr-h- ia srve csatrst, wMtrorlng Us oervs say: "A lifelong supporter ol truth ariawMiiila ante) altee.-llearnlsf siteto, Kellei up ana Isismw awd lean at Aptteale. njtee-la- l andjusncTUBglSt'n't to sully hla recHMSatkt esnreirt irttsai. HakKWEAX (Iveet la rallecllaae. t)Ml W. ord by writing as he does " ataay reserl a eala at KNSTMfrC. A. Heae tlaltulaa;. Desr Walton, yon know that I eaNiraeslateii asyi. Yen nta se eyM sf fcowtlei write only tbe truth. You know the A. eVeW eaVejenT fefeW truth will prevail. Yon know that your heart is not villainous, and yon filfJUIJUITEE. know that you do cot in your heart , ' Hurrr-OBD.ZniZ. flrUfltit U autborleed to Mil Kt, .VBunog er abooluta snuaatea ol hearts approve of the proceedings erery orra ni.uwuwn'ntiiu Special attention given to all boilness wrlttaa i giieraQvea, fnaearoDlec g of the Louisville convention. eutrutted to his care. Office in Court ana oooiiiet csuea. -Yon know that the work of that Holt abd Smoke Yone umi life Houto, tnelllrortbaaektn. Addreee convention will' do more to teach poKRLINO BEMEDiraa. fail. iro, Montreal. Oaa.. New York, at litical rascality and dishonesty than R. E. LEESIMMEEMAN, anything that can be Imagined. Don't you? HAUTroRD, Kt. Now, aa to my hurting the parry , nc nuc nm I Will practice his profession in all the fttn MUetti kfarttvi In and the party's chances in Kentuckyl ftKI IktMt aCourts of Ohio and adjoining counties tOO TOtyfraUnl&OX,wbJawUiesiibttt. Nothing I can write will changt the Uct Collections carefully and promptly at- J oar evad l( result, Mr. Goebel and his friends pot trtlfhl tended to. Office with T. J. Smith fOMtetl twirfCCwe l MtUfMtory MM &Ce Market Utreet. Aaal JaE. Uil illt. Uitfl yoa HVtl T,ra. fi3 DAVID0ON. J. RDW1N SOWS. F L PBUX. "IGANTQUIT," 1 Dare you say I have written an un truth about the Louisville convention? Dare you publish a statement like this: "The Democratic convention at Louisville was one of the fairest and most honorable conducted gaths eringa ever held in Kentucky. The Hon. Wo, Goebel won bis nominal Rowe & Felix, nr. Bravo Men Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kid. ney trouble as well as women, and all feel tbe results 'In loss of appetite, poisons in the blood, backache, nervousness, headache and tired, listless run down feeling. But there's no need to feel like that. Listen to J. W. Gardener, Idavllle, lad. He says: "Ulectrlc Bitters are jnst the thing tor a man when he Is all ran down.and don't care whether ne Uvea or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than anything and have a new lease ou life." Only 50 cents, at J. II. Williams' Drug Store. Every bottle guaranteed, The Democrat congratulates Prof. John Burke, pf Newport, on bis phenomenal victory In the Republican State convention, when he was made the nominee for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Though a candidate for only three days, his majority over tbe combined opposition amount ed to about of he convention, Prof, Burke is well known to the teachers of Carroll county, having held a very successful institute here some yeara agb, and haying been prominent in the work ol the.State Tcachci'a Association. He is one of the very best school tnerfln Kentucky snd II this be treason make tbe most of It. Csrroillon Democrat. one-thir- d IT rl ATTORNEY AT LAW EASY, ie e 5AYi.0rl. Attorney at Law, MIMISrS Attorney at Jaw OASCARETSJ.SrjC e- .fi? lkaa reaafiaBBaf bbbbbbbbW. Attorney at Law, Haetford, Kt., Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. J. E. 1UUTM lliSSMfACME TwMOP Stsuring rti-dtm- HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all tbe courts of Ohio and adjoiningcountlM Careiul attention will be given to a Col. business entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also NotaryTubllc Attokney O. :&. BjkJR3tf 3E7"IV at Law, "WB w tn-IJJJP $13.00 bi UnUiuat n&. B aTRrrc OATALOQUC. &. eatak Hth BTAl aleta f MM avsbil rrlsrkt ttkeVraTM Tal ilov u iM)ta.l,pTtalt UHsUtll. top Uel&Ul UkMU f roitt batpU llroa. ltr. , btty aMtrvn. fatMfe lUlnffi lavrr tnteM, . Sheklf, eaeWTJ tHaVlla)d OTH deMT, SafctsJeO leUVt itn bMl4ieJ ftieVta)UUu 4Ud IWw rseeeaeif. ktVBeV isvrtf tUp, (rawiliM ie,iea ataoeWI. MMBM kraT aii SIDated (MI). aaeMl tMeJmklnar Mhim. ptr w iSusateh f MB am Hr II cv o4 rr4t, MeMaterert, Wat IIILI 1 IlkDII JttilltTkB llll ettl trvamieM) ? A4wrHfrjioji'rJtr tftry roevdtUteoa. Yearloo! deevler vtt.l4ck.rr7nttA.M for acts 'a ttovr, ta irsikra u aalr ahoal . far fl iit.eni BIetatleelTMMMeeeMatbte amirtH. gHere, BMeeee rt calarfk maJkti Itval frundt thsgrif littraur. Pa-m-- fr EARS,ROEBUOKotCO.aa)ClUUC0,UL a Ve. ete nneu.-ii- N.l unkl (jor ow MlWwSe A FRfiG PATTERN WM notoy. ATTORNEY- - AT - LAW, jet. HP. I.Wtivt yaavaaUar IV 4M- -m mmM lLatftia pet ". I JMaaaaaaaaai wfltalllllH ataaaaf m laa aeira latf tal Maa. vhtktt-VLaaWl 1 I Mlactlott) ta arte? uilv wV Weal a ... till i MSCALL'S MAGAZINE A faekta rOHimVILLE, HEXTDl'Ur. Will practice his nrofeaalun in all tbe courts of Ohio and djolnlug counties and Oourtof Appeals. Special at teution given to collection.. Office neit door 'to Post Office, late war with Spain, diarrhoea yean. It cure, bur one of the most troublesome discatarrh whsr was 'eVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBaW eases the army had to contend with. rarloeaUd. Mra.B.Eade, In many instances It became chronic ol IS Twenty and the old soldiers still suf. lrWv? Iffbth fit. D. trolt, Itloh., Is en of th many thou- fer from It. Mr. David Taylor,' of This Is what Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., Is one of sand of these, lie uses Chamberlain's Colic aha says to Dr. Uartmaat " We hare usard your n with Cholera and' Diarrhoea Remedy and the moat remarkable results and would not be without It We have always says be never, found aujth(ng that Pa-ru-- Iteaa raaklniy frisada ot thU kind for many hu During the civil war, aa well as in ple regardless of politics. Rocked in a sugar trough when a babe, Clerk of Butler county when a mere boy, then County Judge and now, while comparatively a young man, Attorney General of Kentucky and likely to be Its next Governor, his career has been self made and but little short of phenomenal. I give tbe following as told me by Jndge Thomas B. Harrison, ' of Rus. Bcllvlllc. Ky., who is a relative of Mayor Carter H. Harrison, of Chicago, a lifelong Democrat, and has 'served Xogan county with credlfln the capacity of either Clerk, Sheriff or Jndge for the last forty years: Some twenty years o'r more ago there came to Rnssellvllle a stripling of a boy from Butler county, Ky., an entire stranger, and walking Into'the office of Jndge Harrison, the Clerk ol Logan coVufyptoIbTnim tEaf Ee was making the race for County Clerk In Butler county. The oppositions were reporting he was not competent; that be could not get a certificate of qualification. He had come, he said, to spend three weeks in his office to read np on the duties of a County Clerk. He told him he was a poor boy,'' having all the money he had In the world with him, enough, he thought, to pay his board at some respectable boarding house, but not enough to pay a livery bill, so he had brought a man along to take his horse back to Butler. Judge Harrison said he was struck-with the boy's Intelligence and earnestness, and told him It would not take three weeks to get a certificate of qualification; to let his horse remain at the livery stable and tell his man to go home, and that he would secure him a place to board and give hlrri all tbe assistance In his power Getting a copy of the statutes and turning down the leaves where it re lated to the duties of a County Clerk, he gave it to the boy and told him to take It to his boarding house, read It over carefully and return In the morn Ing. The next morning bright and early he walked Into the office and told the Judge he had spent the better part of the night over his lesson and thought he had it pretty well mastered. The Judge almost took away the hoy's breath when he told him he Intended to take him around to Circuit Judge Bowling's office that very evening for examination; to go back to his room add carefully read It all over again and come back alter dinner. ''Judge Harrison saw Judge Bow. ling In the meantime and told him about the Butler county boy, aud that be would bring blm to his office that evening to be examined. The examination took place that evening, and the boy received a certificate of quail-ficatlon. them at the village store and ce SAVED INGERSOLL'S LIFE. one winter day, when the snow blocked the roads, by Informing them How MaJ. Cox Protoctod tho that he had begun haying that day. Colonol From Foroat's Women sufferIn other words, he had improved his Wrath. ing from female time by taking mowing machine and Robert G. Ingersoll,when In Wash- lakmii Ijaeafli trouble and hay rake apart, examining every bolt weakness, and and nut to see If they were In order, ington some years ago, sought out .waaaaaaB3 eaaaaaaaU from Irregular or painful menand sending to the dealer for all parts Hon. N. N. Cox, of Tennessee, and ses, ought not that he thought needed replacing on expressed his gratitude for the presto lose hope if would be likely to give out 11 they ervation of his life by that gentleman doctors cannot thirty-od- d years before. It Is quite km. were given a hard day's work or Si Ml helothemPhv- an interesting story, a thrilling epissicians are so two. busy with other That day In January helped to get ode of the great war between the diseases ma nay early and In good condition States. they do not unOne mornlng.the winter of 1862 63 , as much as he could have done Inn derstand fully Gen. Forrest had ordered Maj. Cox to the peculiar ail- July day, and perhaps more, for If be ertA ft. hat not sent lor his patU natll July take 150 men and.gojnto Trentonr delicate orgwdsm'tjrVdman. he might have lost a week of good Tenn., "to see what he could find the sufferer ought to do is toWhat give there." There had been a rain the a fair trial to weather. The beat part of begin ninganyjobis the getting "a real day before, followed by a severe frost. good ready" before the start Is made. The roads were in wretched condition mmgtdmime But every year we find many far- and Cox made rather slow progress Which is the true cure provided mers with preparations made ahead. in his journey of fifteen miles. When by Nature for all femala imnhu. n They must take the busy time to do he hsd gone about half the distance Is the formula of a physician, of the! what might have been done six he met a countryman who had just uigurat umaing, who devoted bis whole life to dis-- I months earlier, or they begin without come from Trenton. Cox at once dis- tiuct ailments the study of the peculiar moth-covered that he was a Southern man, ers. wives ana daughters.to our proper preparation and then lose time It is made) afterward, because of the breakdowns aud placed Implicit reliance on what I pf soothing, healing, strengthenine! and hindrances which they are sore he said. The countryman represent- herbs and vegetables, which have! oeen provided by a kindly Nature td always come In the worst possible ed to him that there was a full regi- uuro irregularity in ment of Federal infantry in the stock- corrltoea. Falling of tne menses, Leu . time. the Womb, ade around the railroad depot, and Headache nnd TlorViVi. It is not In haying along that one In' fairness to Herself and to Bfaef needs to make bis calculations end that they could whip a thousand neia-Female Regulator, every preparations a long time shead. From men. ' suffering woman ought to Cox sent an orderly back to Forrest trial A large St bottle give It the early spring plowing until the last will do a harvest of the autumn some men are with a note explaining the situation, wonderful amount of good. Sold by obliged every year to take time to get and proceeded slowly on his march to druggists. See4 hf alol. IllulflMd ready for work, which they should Trenton. When about a mile from The Bradllcld Regulatorm bwk M tea Mtjact. Co., Atlanta, Ga. have spent In doing the work, If they town he heard a great clatter of horses hoofs behind, and up rode Forrest had been ready beforehand. My old shoot; I have been anxious to recog'-nlz- e friend used to call that "trying to like a thunderbolt at the head of sixthe independence of your Conmake themselves catch up with work ty men, "I'll show you how to take federacy for the last half an hour!" this damned town," he roared, and alter they had allowed It to get a long The rebel threw up his gun and ex. Gil-p- en so they bolted Into Trenton at a way ahead of them.'VMass. Plough plodtd In laughter,- - Ingersoll surpace, and yelling like mad. They man. rendered to him, and he was known charged in front and were repulsed. A Mother Tolls HowShe Saved Forrest then made a flank movement, In Forrest's command as "that Yana kee Colonel whose wit saved hla Her Little Daughter's Life. charged again, and Federal post-offi- TRY IT fiIil7 that mf-nt- a BRADFIEUrS Fttnmlm 1 Nerv-ousness- 8 the I am a mother of eight children and have had a great deal of experience with medicines. Last summer my' little daughter had the dysentery in Its worst form. We thought she would die. I tried everything I could think of, but nothing seemed to do her any good. I saw by an advertisement in our paper that Chsmbtrlaln's Colic, Cholera end Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent and got a bottle at once. . It proved lo be one or the very beat medicines we ever had In the house. It saved my little daughter's life. lam anxious for every mother to know what an excellent medicine It is. Hsd I known It at first It would have saved me a great deal of anxiety and my little daughter much suffering, Yours truly Mrs Gko. F. Bdxdick, Liberty, R. I. Foraalo by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m a Unusual Information. Copenhagen has the largest toolog-legarden In Europe. It embraces 420 acres. The annual export 'of codfish from Newfoundland la about 1,350,000 hundredweight. The negro race embraces about ontv tenth of the world's population, persons. The Japsnese are, as a race, eo small that It la necessary to build specially low bicycles for them. Grasshoppers atUln their greatest size In South America, where they grow to a length of five inches and spread out ten Inches. ' The royal crown of Persia, which dates back to remote, sges, ! In the form of a pot of flowers, surmounted by an nncnt ruby the aire of a hen's egg. In India elephants over twelve and np to forty five years of age are deemed best to, purchase snd will generally work well tilt they are. eighty years old. al 00 surrendered. Forrest, Cox and half a dozen other Confederates entered the stockade, and the Federal soldiers proceeded to ground their arms. They were sullen about lt,and let go their guns with much reluctance. They felt that It was a most unnecessary surrender, snd that honor, too, had been sacrificed. It came Into Forrest's mind that they might renew the fight and take him prisoner. Turning to Cox, he said: "Maj. Cox, order Gen. Bnford to march into town with his division." Cox knew that Buford was fifteen miles away, bnt he saluted and start ed to execute the order. The Federals were bluffed, and In a very few minutes they were without arms. Among the prisoners Cox found Robert G. Ingcrsoll. He walked np to him and said: "Are yon not that Yankee Colonel we captured the day before yesterday?" "I am," was the reply. "What are yon doing here?" said Cox. "I came here to take the train for the North to await my exchange," "Great God!" said Cox, "if For. rest finds yon in here with his parole In your pocket he will stand you up and order a squad out and shoot yon full of holes." "I can't help that," answered Ingcrsoll. "The facts are as told yon." Cox said that he believed him, and wonld smuggle him through, and so he did. Forrest never knew of It. Cox said It would have been just like Forrest to have Ingersoll shot and in vestigate alterward. A good story Is told of how Inger-sol- l'a wit saved his life when he was first captured, A great big rebel had shotgun level upon a him at less than ten paces. Ingersoll threw up his hands and exclaim ed: "Don't shoot, my friend, don't double-barreled life." ' Weaet Eyes Are) Made Strang--, dim vision made clear, styea removed and granulated lids or sore eyes'pf any kind speedily and effectually cured bv the use ofSutherland's Eagjc Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee bv all good drag-gist- s. For sole by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf e an A Fit Emblem. The Goebel Times, la Its Issne yesterday, had a good deal of ready mad advice for the Democrats who are organizing to redeem the State. It ual: "The Squealers are already discussing the matter of a ballot device1 aI II their ticket What's the matter with a pig that didn't go to market, and consequently got no supper, or the vignette ol the Janns, or that faithful presentment of a certain Bolter statesman who looks like alt tbe sixteen unlike photographs of file patron saint, Judas Iscariot?" If for any reason the Democrats fall to secure the party emblem, which the insurgents have seized, we have a fit two-fac- ed fr embtem, which may be best described in a story. In the early days on the Mississippi gambling was the general amnaeatent ol travelers, alike ol gentlenKH and black-leg- s. On one trip to New Orleans a "professional gent' Intruded on a select party and held wonderful bands. Convinced that the stranger held several cards up his sleeve, one of the players watched hlm.and as his new acquaint-- , ance played a certain card Jhe knew was In the pack.be drew hla knife and drove it through the arm, ol the swindler, pinioning It to the table. We auggcat,therefore,as an emblem, If an emblem be needed, an arm reaching out to stuff" tbe ballot box pinion ed to the table with a bowie knife. Louisville Post. iei Working Night and Day a- - NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CORED. S. S. S. fs OM The busiest and mlghtest little thing that ever Wfsmadeis Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every pill Is a sugsr coated globule of health, that changes weakness Into strength, llstlessness into energy, braln-fs- g Info mental power. They're wonderful in building up tbe health. Only 15c per box. Sold by J. II. Williams. a Great Blessing lo It Glvis Titan and Life I rat A LAMES' MAQAZ1NE. Vaaalliwl aolttrad alaUil Uteel vCoaosaU 1 s Kb . tA E)w3SSS MftMeVwSj " Stvllaita.Balilla. Rltinla yrn s s jn. u,J.i. ripvr j it? rteE at ww't " a a wievi-- e ib.SMBj WHktk0WMhUftPtti JktiOw,l. ic-ft sx, at VC r Isuu Sa4 f at Uimt, Iasmv ( srau4au4. tff. .aoauuifSMj rAltfTM, e I wfar'' mTTEKHS IllAjp eaeaeeSr was.) wAeaaSeS MS CALL MK tn recommended it to our friends. A few years ago I purchased a bottle of your and attar aaelng Its results, reoonimendad It to my grocer who was troubled with dyspepsia the curing of which induced her to sail It In bar store. She has sold large amoiinU of It-- My daughter has just been cured My pea of Jaundice with would grow weary were I to Ixgla V tell you of tketf umsrouseurearV-ru-nee Inmarikts vUUl V has eTectvA e would give him. such quick, relief. It la for sale by Z, Wayne Gilffin & m Br?. . A Toxob Vlow of It. Dcmocraticcaudldate,Gocbelof Ken eeVsalaaatg avasj iirtvjiij...rtr Hb aafwl eaaam eua, I I I SSLoM a ee m earea at buate We rklaktjr u with. Aaewaaae ramrae.) m Oelr.ie exl l , eiae klikir mi lulun,Hlf llia-MIWt- it 4ll ne MlaM., NewYM4.f rrjer H eal Hotel, Columbus, OfaU, will counsel ead prescribe for Arty tatotisaael Woatast tbU year free of charge. Every suer-le- g woaoaa aetould write er ssectel queatloe blank fer woaMtf, aud tvare Dr, Harteana book, ''tteelth aud marked advantage In tncky enjoya tbe goberna.oriat race lu the fact that he has '(killed' his maa-.This Is a it species of executltca'itrttj that counts . ,' wiata the UeeeVayUoy San Antonio Post Dr. Hartaaeui, Pral4ntaf the fkirgt. In Kentucky, " Beattt," AU alwutgUti seU fe-m- a. !. Irrllatle Is the forerunner of cousutriptloo, Dr. Gqt Ready, , Piue Tar Honey will cure it, Bell's sad give such strength! to tbe lungs A good farmer we once knew surthat a cough or a cold will not settle there, ssc at all good druggists, tf prised his neighbors when he sttct Jndge Harrison, says he never saw so proud a boy. He came to him aN ter settling his livery and board bills snd handed him all the money he bad left and asked to know how much more he owed him, promising if be lived he should be paid the last dollar, Jddge Harrison told him In his characteristic way be did not owe blm a "d d cent," to go back' to Butler county and let bis people' know he had a certificate of qualification. Taylor never comes to Russell vllie since thafhe' does not hunt np the friend ol hla boyhood struggles. Jndge Harrison adds that It be lives tosee -- November he Indends towote for tBAt'Rutler county; boy for Cover, L. A. P., In Evennor of Kentucky. ing Post - II Populist ia PMptf. Stato Ticket. John O. Blair, ol For Governor ' Nicholas county. For Lieutenant Governor W. R. Browder, of Logan county. For Auditor Samuel Graham, of Marshall county. For Secretary of State B. C. Keys, of Calloway county. . For Treaaurer A, H. Cardln, of Critteqdeu county. For Attorney General John T, Be. shaw, of Louisville. For Commissioner of Agriculture W. J. Hs'nns, of Mercer county. For Superintendent1 of Public John C, Southerlaad, of front which they tuilor so generally. &&8.I1 the remedy which will keep their systems young, by purifying the blood,g ...-intuoruuguij romuTuig eu waetw wnuwuimiviw, new strength end life to the whole body. It inoraatea appetite), builds up the anergic, and sends new Ufa. tbe giving blood throughout the entire ayttetn Mrs. Surah Ptka, m Broadway, South Boston, writes. good Ualtk "I am seventy yars old, and had not enjoyedwaya, and la for twenty years. I was sick in dliferent - on one of my Jie. The addition, had Eesema terriblydoctor said that on account of ruv age, I .would nerar to wall again. I took a dozen bottles of ft. S. and It cut! see completely, ana I am nappy to say in I feel aa wall aal ater did la my Ufa.' Mr. J,W. Lovtag. of Colquitt. Oa., aayst "For eight w eery nruuiiuu aessu ( een yeara I auSHtea torture rrom my akin, I WIS. aJeaoee erery anownraujemf. uui iuer failed one by on, and. X was told, that my age, which t sixty-six- . was agtJet ate, and that I could never ttope to be M1 agaisCninaalJr took fl. & ft., and U elMnsed blood Uioratg...f,;afl now I am la perfect health,. WsisisisiWasV say Kiw M 2s& LVt nearly all of the sickness ajBong feiraSfieraiin.'nani unncsry. but It la wholly By keep- - a Anderson1 county. ' Por Railroad Commissioners First district, R, H, McMullla, ol Breckinridge county l Second district, John H Reed, of Spencer county; Third dlstrlct.W.G.Patrlck.of IUtlllcoetaty. is tbe only remedy which can build np and strecfAeat AtA r ian.,ule U tka nnlv one. which la mu ran teed free' from' poUtk. mercury, amnio and otbsr dUsaagtof .1nm1.11 .......... m aerate, - K U made rrom roou aaq neroa. sua o oases of .Scrofula, Cancer. Eoaeaaa, Wmwms4l, 8. ewes in It Tetter, Open Bores. Chroulo Ulcers. BolU. or any other dUaae of tk. Need. AtUata. fa. wtU be sent fees by SwIeH gpeoUta t teese 11 S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD a 0, Aa.1- ja -- aJirTn .1 ' fKl V'WfJ' ol the same party. Drown tays be holds dear to bis heart the I San art frldnya by lb tamo principle tbat be espoused for. IIABTFOUII VUnLINllINU fUUPANT merly ,and you pronounce him a traitor Incorporated. to Ilia sire. Neighbor, you are too tllugy with rour liarniony-oi- l, toJ ) Hon Roukrs, ignorant as to its ute, or else don't Jno. II, Thomas, j KDIT0R3. bare an in stock inspect it's the latter and can't restock yourself Ob Offioo on FoxStroot. dreadful thought, woeful, humiliating 91 per year In advance and excruciating fact. How you bare Subscription, fallen from your former estate when at Hartford you bad a sufficiency of harraony-ol- l, Entered at the as second class mall matter. tbat you were able to roll up 1,000 majority in the county! Certainly it FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. butts you, but the comforter has gone. " post-office Hartford Republican. REPUBLICAN TICKET. vr. C SJLTXAS, I llallcr County. rOB ' MEUTKHANT-OOVEKHOt-r, roR miVEsnox, ftf ATtSiXTA in sizing up the political situation in Kentucky in the 14th of July iesue,predicted tbat Ta'y lor would deleat Uoebel by at least 60,000 voles. The Evening Foil ol August 1st has a similar prediction, it is as follow: "Goebel cannot be elected even by force and fraud ; not even by means cf bis lorcc bill, (or the people are aronsed, and with but two candidates Taylor and Goebel, Taylor'a majority will be 50,000." The 70XCXT T.T,. r LealMTllle. FOB HECBETABT Of STATE, I Hook County. roK ATTOHXET ORNERAI CLITTCST 3". SWA.TI, I IlapklnaCanaiy. BEV. ol lloarbou Conatj. FOR TREANVKER, .1 rOB AUDITOR, 70XTM" B. UVVmi KT, WAIilXR 8. BroathlllConuly. ol FORSTJPT. PORLIU IHSTnl'CTION, ol Campbell County. yosrar xycrx&cn, "Many of the oldest and most reliable Republicans in Kentucky will not support Taylor. This U not given out as a campaign statement, but Is a fact gleaned from personal inquiry. " Hart-lor- d Herald. The latter statement of the Herald is a confession that the former one will not be credited by a sensible pub lie, and if the Herald will f urnub us a list of one or more respectable Republicans in Kentucky who will not support Taylor, we will carry it in ojr columns until aAer the election. Show up, neighbor, or quit your lying. the actions and sayings of the Democratic press, since the Louisville convention, and especially sirice Brown's announcement at a candidate in opposition to Goebel and Ills ticket, aro simply amusing. Tbo Henderson Qltan't says the condition of the party is fear ful and tearful. Urey Woodson says he has a tear to shed. The Danville Ad' voeaie declares that it is dumfounded while the Carrollton iVeiw bursts forth In the following lamentable manner: "There is no use denying the fact that there Is considerable opposition to Goebel in the State, and It behooves every man to go to work at once. A big meeting looklnr toward calling another .convention was held at Bowling Green on Monday, at which prominent men who took part in the late convention at Louisville participated. Other meetings were held throughout the State, and call has been made for the city of Louisville, which was signed by more than a, too persons. Again, we Insist that all Democrats who want to see Mr, Goebel elected go to work at once." The 8helbyville Sen'inel declares The tbat Brown is inconsistent. Henderson' Journal admits tbat the revolt is growing dnily. The Owens, boro Inquirer says it strikes him like a thunderbolt from a clear sky. The Dispatch presents daily to the public new facts concerning the noxious actions of the nominal Louisville convention. The Evening Pint declares repeatedly tbat Goebel and his henchmen are thugs, thieves and blood suckers and that the czar himself is worse To most Republicans, THE INSTITUTE. "THE POWER OF THE KING" A POLITICAL DRAMA IN THREE ACTS? PERSONAGES: The King of Kenton. Redwine, Duke of BrMthitU Woodsan, Duke of Owensboro. Count of Kuttawa. Marquis of Mercer. Messengers, policemen, firemen, etc. ACT I. Sceno Mutio Hall, Louisville. Time June 17. King ol Kenton Come bitber, Woodson, Duke ot Owensboro. Woodson Yes, your Highness. What is your pleasure? King Hast thou any news of the battle? Woodson Yes, your Highness, Couriers bring word tbat the Count of Kuttawa and tho Marquis of Mercer have made strong gains and are formidable adversaries. King Whall Against me, The Invincible? Woodson I fear the worst, oh King. King Ugh Let me think. Aha, I have it A Chairman, a Chairman Me kingdom for a Chairman I Woodson What thinkeet thou of Redwine, Duke or Breathitt? I know naught of his mind, but'he has courage to burn. King Admirable I But we must make an alliance. Go fetch the Count of Kuttawa. Methinks he is green enough to suit our purpose. (Exit Woodson.) King If I mistake not, here is where me gray matter serves me well, I'fallb, 'tis a bold move, but 111 risk it. (Enter Count of Kuttawa with Duke of Owensboro.) Kuttawa What wouldst tbou have of me? King Esteemed Count of Kuttawa, I would have thy aid in vanquishing our mutual foe, the Marqnit of Mercer. Kuttawa And what would this alliance profit me? King All the honor aud glory shall be yours. This I promise tbeo. And I shall have supervision of the army and the exchequer. What sayett thou? Kuttawa Tit agreed. Let the battle begin. King Woodson, are the battalions of police and firemen in position? Woodson They are, oh King. King Then announce Redwine, Duke of Breathitt, as General In command. Woodson Tis done, your Highness. Tableaux King of Kenton, Dukes Woodson and Redwine and the Count of Kuttawa. 1 1 1 The Hartford Herald says Brown FOR COKI'M OF AOHICDIVrtlRK. CAarr.Jw.wxcziocacxxoxKrosiT will get but little support from DemI Fayatle Coamly. ocrats, but will get lots of Republican votes, yet this same Herald devotes FOR (STATIC HENATOR, CATT. ST. "T. SXO"WASI. three columns of space to vicious and I M V I . indecent attacks upon the idol of Ken tucky Democracy, and is even brutal enough to refer to the misfortune Ban). Curtain. ol Brown's son in order of FOB MAOISTKATE. a-to discredit bis candidacy. The Her o. ACT II. I Standee. ald Is either a malicious liar or grossly Scene The tame. Time The next day. ignorant when it seeks to discredit the FOR rONttTABLE. King The battle wages fierce and the din is terrific, but it disturbs 7323lCa3 ftTiT.TXT. candidacy of a man which it assumes not me serenity. Me blood is still at zero and 31C of the Marquis of ol Jingo. will weaken the candidacy of the op Mercer's men have been captured. position. (Enter Kuttawa.) The Kentucky Democracy is not Kuttawa (excitedly) Now, Kenton, is the time to strike the desuffering from a revolt. It is a revo COL. HENR'WATTER80NpologizeS Tho Horald Must Ropont. cisive blowl lution. for supporting Goebel thutly: King Wait until I consult me brother. In this week's Herald we find the Fifty per cent, of the Democrats "It pleases us to support a Kuttawa No. Keep your promise. Give me the honor. following: Democratic ticket Inin Hartford will support Young Kipg Well, I will. Wait until I can walk over to me throne. ' 'Every effort has been made to bolstead of a machine made RepubliBrown for Governor. can one." (King takes seat, but does not return.) ster np the revolt against the regular (Enter Woodson.) Nobody seriously charges the Re Democratic ticket and give It the apThere is strong talk in Democratic Woodson (excitedly) The King of Kenton has won the victoiyl In this the Senator Goebel off publican ticket with bing machin- e- pearance of magnitude. circles of pulling All hail the King! "Hooray! Hooray!" the Gubernatorial track.but we think made, but if it were, what reason can Louisville Dispatch Is the leader, and Kuttawa Betrayed! Duped! Likened unto thirty cents. (Exit. the Kenton boss will peremptorily de- Col. Watterson give for not support- It will print anything whatsoever ts Trembling with rage and kicking himself.) ing the ticket soon to be nominated sent to it on this subject without the cline to be pulled. King Ha, ha, bal Ho, bo, ho! by the best elements of the Democratic regard to facts or truth." Perhaps this is true with the HerWoodson A muter stroke by a master hand. All hail the King Young Brown and Wo. party in Kentucky which will cerJohn ald at present, bnt not with the votof Kenton! (King and Woodson. embrace.) (More red fire.) Goebel will each ask the support of tainly not be open to the charge of ers next November. Perhaps if the Curtain. the Democratic party for Governor machine methods. Continuing Mr. Herald would get out of Hartford and and Kentucky Democracy will be Watterson says: find out the true situation, It would ACT HI. judged by its choice between them. "I support GoeVcUorSMe reahave itsi eyes opened and realize that Scene Private apartments of King of Kenton. Time Five weeks later. sons as I support McKinley for in the "perfidious" report from this Toose Goebel sheets that are comNational reasons." (Enter King, with paper in hand.) county that there Is something In It. paring the vote John Young Brown Thit statement, coming from the the Herald has long been a paper King (reading) What's this 1 readl Great mutterings by the popwill get with tbat given to Palmer and only Goebel newspaper in Kentucky ulace against the King of Kenton! Ha, ba, ha! Tis of small moment. that colored the facts to suit the oc Hindman should remember that Mr. ought to weld every free silver Demos casion. They can't touch me! The King of Kenton didn't make hit election bill Brown will not have the support of crat in Kentucky te the Kenton statesThe Herald says: "We print it for nothing, The populace is powerless to wreak vengeance on Dictator the man. If there is anything lacking in merely as a specimen of falsehood and of Kentucky. (Enter Woodson.) There was one candidate before the above to bring every admirer of gall." Which is the greatest evil to Woodson (excitedly) Hast thou heard the news? the Louisville convention who left it Col. Bryan to Mr Goebel, the follow say that John Young Brown will get King The mutterings of the disgruntled? Tis naught. the ing from Marse Henry will doubtless 200 more vote than Goebel, or as the retaining bis own Herald says this week? It says: Woodson Far more terrible, oh, Dictator! confidence of bis party and the ad- win him oven Governor Brown will get but lit"I am an expansionist and Mr. "Ex King Speak out, man! What news do you bring? miration of his political enemies he tle support in Ohio county." It furBryan is going against the Woodson Brown! was P. Watt Hardin. straight JefTersonian practice ther says: "Bnt few of those men King Brown? Brown? Which one? when be inveighs the Philippine who were refused an expression of x The town of Leitchfield cast Woodson John Young Brown! acquisition. Mr. Bryan falls to their choice In the Republican conDemocratic votes last Novemdistinguish between civilization King Has ho also written a letter of protest? vention here will vote for Taylor." and barbarism all men look alike of these have signber and sixty-foWoodson Worst! lie has said tbat be will lead the fight against A greater He no man ever told. It to him, and be believes children ed a call for a convention to send you. should be given custody of dyna knows as well as the Republicans do delegates to the State convention at mite." King Ugh! Give me air! Gad! Woodson, my boy, we will fight that the Republican machine is mov.Lexington, Aueust lGtb. him if the party is utterly annihilated split from Tennessee to Ohio, ing off smoothly, and if the Herald Ere another month shall pass away, would come out and express Its senfrom the Mississippi to the Big Ssndy what matter if the whole shoot-iu- g The Prohibition convention met at many of the schools of our county timents, it would be with the raojorl-t- y match is busted, so I winl Bring forth me tnickersee, and buckle Lounville this week and denounced will have opened. Soon the boys and of Democrats for Brown. "All on me armor. I'll rule or ruin, sail I'll win or all the boys will go the Goebel Election Law and nomi- the girls, the young men and the bolters look alike to the true Demodown with me nated a State ticket. W. M. Likins, maidens, of Curtain. our town, villages and crat," says the Herald. Say, Boss, Louisville Evening Post. of the Beaver Dam Gleaner, was nomrural districts, will be assembled in how does the Courier look? Yes, inated for Secretary of State. their respective school houses, either "Boss," you welcome back the Cour Discouraging for Democrats. ier and worship It as the new Demoto resume or to begin their educationTHB TYRANT CUPID. More than five hundred of the best cratic Yes, by robbery Say what yon al work. Teachers, bow will you meet VIowTakonbyoneof the Goo-b- ol Democrats in Kentucky, led by John will, Cupid is them? Have you, during these fleet- and steals, planaed beforehand, the Organ 8. somewhat of a Young Brown, met at Lexington tyrant after all. ing summer days, laid by a goodly convention went for Goebel, yuur paWednesday and denounced the poper or you one if you are after pie, The announcement that Hon. Juhn lie waves bis store of knowledge upon which to task of goTcrn-inelicemen's convention at Louisville and also BUI Goebel will look like a Brown will lead the opposition to the over the draw to f uruisb food for hungry mindtT called a convention to meet at Lexpicked goose with no prospects ot nominees of the late Louisville Conhead of every Have you, during your vacation out- young woman wno ington, August 10th, to nominate a The people are vention and that he will accept a feathers. ings, gathered sufficient inspiration against elects him to the Courier's lead and dictates nomination by the convention which real Democratic State ticket. rule ber life. Ho from your commerce with humanity, and nowhere else will it be proved woman can choose will be called at Lexington aome time The obooxjous Goebel eleotion law to quicken the dormant faculties of more then In the next election. the happiness and in Augni-t- , for Governor, In opposi honor 0 ' wifehood the "dullest urchin of them all?" Have has been condemned by the RepubliWhat would this old old earth come tion to Mr. Goebel, complicates the and motherhood can, Populist and Prohibition State you embraced every opportunity for to It all were like the Herald? That la political sltustion In Kentucky to without being subject also to its pains and penalties. have you acquired thor- wait to see what Is popular, and then such an extent that It would seem conventions and will receive similar Ilul no woman ought to suffer as moat treatment at the hands of the genuine ough discipline of self ; have you a "hang on," even 11 It be a convention almost Impossible to hope for Demo do from those ailments and weakneMca which are due to her meculkuly delicate idea of the work that you stealer. Democratic convention soon to be cratic success. and susceptible organism. Every woman Mr. editor, purge yourself of all held. Verily the way of cusaedneet is are to accomplish duiing your term of Without entering into a discussion ought to kpow that Dr, Pierce's favorite leave the gold standard of the causes leading thereto, there la Prescription will cure these unnatural ? hard, and is rebuked by an outraged school It you can give an affirmaand debilitating trouble. It cures them tive answer to these questions and will mau and come nut tor Brown and free no use attempting to deny the fact absolutely, completely, permanently. It people. silver C. T Likins. "Do your best, your very best and do that there It wldesprcsd dlssatlslsc-tlo- n contains no alcohol to create a craving Green Keller, editor ol the Merfor stimulants. among the democrats oltbe State it every day," this year will mark an 11 U wiU bMlt-r.l- t intlteat Iktt taulltn I'aUKlioil as Year. cury, which is nominally supporting yo what your aicdldA k4 deoe tor mt,M era in the history of our schools. I tuOered for 15 y cam with a cough, with relerence to the result of the wrttM Mm. a. F, CnntK, of ruwflrat, the Goebel ticket, is attending the V. Many of you are ust entering the and spent hundreds ot dollars with Louisville convention and that the Sumter Ca.ru., U a littrr la Dr. a.you rkm about of Buffalo. H. Y. "After coaanltlaf Lexington convention and said to a profession. The wily may be rough, doctors and for medicine to no avail auaoMncement from such a man as uyaHl took your mtokla aa4 It cartd m of I auSTcroS reporter, in bis characteristic style: until I used Dr Uell's Pine Tar.Hon- - John Young Brown that he will not riraialf wcakana. Ia(allruaoowa aaa v wltk akk aeaJk, solas la tar back but with unswerving perseverance you ey, This remedy makes weak lungs 1 took two bottlaa o ilawn Tialm. Dr. "I am not here as a delegate, he will reaeh the goal. Discouragements strong rWrac's Parorlt rmcrlptWa aa4 waatkra It una saved my life J. U. support the ticket andIt- tbat 1.1 will In taiu cmtm talntv aaOUaW. aty aaaua u aU only as o newspaper man, and lu CI. ...lu. onirr Ron well, Grnntsburir, 111. For sale by l.aJ you know I am for the Louisville ded may beset you, but re Z Wayne Griffin & Ilro. person as a candidate for governor, aowtoifcaaaroaior u Una adriot yo ticket and am doing all I can to tl termination to succeed will put them get the thieves and scoundrels to ., .i Kirn new ins anu cuiircicr mine ....... ..- V.OTM to flight. With the conviction that 1UIIIIHU vote for Goebel. Attontlon, Machlno Mon. opposition to Goebel and the methods plluieU Ibe same purpose lor you are alive to the responsibility of I thousands of women in every corner of by which he was norulnited. Mcllenry Machine Co., Mcllenry, Qua neighbor and contemporary-F- ox your undertaking and that you will thla broad land. It imparts health. The Hustler hones thai soma mala ' streugth and endurance to the special Alley editor of the thrall has use yourlistsflar'tstodlioharge every Ky , have a lull line of Plttlngs.Plpc, tlon of the matter fcade by organism Pr womanhood and givea tonic ceased to revile The Kki'UIjuuan for duty that may present itself we cor- Hose, Packing, etc., atfowcat market prices. Are prepared to' do repair waava Ymf " "V4Ta,IVM H ! its success at a "harmony breeder, dially welcome you as State. In order that this may be slime J. Y. Brown, the idol of Keniu tbo field of education, aud may riob work on Machinery of all klnds,Grey " hi,i iUui,'j. n . tf oone u win dc necessary ror an per tucky Democracy, has announced and abundant harvests be the result Iron and Brass Castings. sons! ambitions to be sacrificed on the UliutraUd volume which will be tent himself to be yet living and an actual of your labors. We wish you all "God (or Fifty CoaU. alUrolthep.rty.-MadlsoOV,lleHu.. , OurudUbocoUUI aura.maaaa vatk candidate for Governor, subject to the speed in your laudable undertaking. Ma suobf, blood pur. lot, L All IrvilUlt bound (ot sUmiM. FOR REPRENE3TAT1VE. 2TOIT. Tl. C. TJLXi3!rji.9ZXT. llnllrr County. BTr , rrrsjrffOB. Watterson, the Beelzebub of tbat 8a- tauic Goebel, says he sees no occasion for trouble nor danger and commands the mill grind on; but Col. Watterson has recently gained a reputation for fickleness, for outlandish, nonsensical and silly editorials. Therefore he is not reliable. He says that he will spare no time and means, but will do all in bis power to' secure the repeal ol the Goebel Election Law ; and in tbo same editorial he says that be supports Goebel not because of the Election Law, but in spite of it. Does he say anything? Not a word. He is a com bination of parasite and parrot ; as a parasite he lives on the backs of Hal deman and Goebel, and as a parrot he says what they put in bis mouth for him to say. than a vampire; but Henry Courier-Journa- l. t, nine-ty-ti- The Ohio County Teacher's InatU . . .. . m .. . tute met inn court nan on Monaay " t . o uumiag jni ji, toyy 11 iu n. ui, House was" called loonier by Supt.7 Rogers. Choir led by J K. Taylor: Mils Car rie Wcerner at the piano. In the abrence ol Rev. Silas New- ton, devotional exercises were con ducted In an impressive manner by Prof. Win. Poster. The Institute was then entertained by an eloquent address ol welcome, delivered In a very Impressive man ner by Hon. Shelby Saylor, of the Hartford bar. Ills address was re plete with pure and elevating thoughts which were well received by all his hearers. tt The response by Prof. U. C. on the part ol the ttachera was delivered In his usual happy and pleasing manner, and caused a new joy to spring np In the hearts ol many. Organization being next In order, the Institute selected by unanimous vete, Snpt. Fon Rogers permanent chairman and Ozna Shullz secretary After a few timely remarks by the Chairman aud Instructors the Secre tary proceeded with enrollment, the Institute then adjourned until t p. m Alter noon recess the house was called to order by the Chairman and roll called by Secretary ahowing 59 members present. Supt. Rogers was excused from the chair and appointed Prof. J. L. Elmore to fill vacancy. Subject ol school management was then Introduced under charge of Pro! Ray and discussed In a creditable manner by Mlas Mary Halloway fol lowed by ahoit talks by C. B. Smith and 11. H. Davis. The teachers mor and prolessioual qualification was next ably discussed In a well written paper by Prof. G. Woodward, followed by Burch Shields. Methods In the recitation was then discussed by Morton Holbrook. He advises He was follow ed by an appropriate talk by Prof. J R. Alexander, of Bowling Green, Educational Psychology was next discussed in a very philosophical manner by Prof. B. R. Ray. He emphasized the point that successful teachlngcannot be accomplished with ont athorough understanding of mind. Recess ten minutes. Alter recess the use of the spelling book was discussed by H. E. Cox, appointed to fill the vacancy ol M. D. Maddox, followed by O. M. Shnltz and J. R. Alexander. Prof. Ray ad vised the non use of the spelling book until the fourth erade. Pro! Groves predicts a' new and better spelling book more in keeping with the times. Diacritical marks were next very thoroughly discussed by Burch Shields. He advises teschlng their Importance, necessity and usefulness. Prols. Groves, Stevens and Williams advise their use In the chart class, James Fitzhugh opposed on account ol time. He says first teach the how and then the why. The study of synonyms wss then very thoroughly dlscusted by Prof. J. L Elmore, after which the Institute adjourned to meet again at 7:30 p. m. It Is Impossible to give a thorough account ot the pleasure and profit ol the evenings exercises, but suffice ll to say it was well enjoyed, and the remembrance of It will forever be green spot in memory by each and every one present, and alter three hours of phyaical mental and social enjoyment, the Institute adjourned to meet again on Tnesday morning at 8 p. m. Total number of teachers present 100, males 66, females 34. 1 1 Bar-ne1 .... and Profs, S. C. Stevens, J. R. Alexander, P. L. Sandeilur, N. T. Groves and Miss Barrett. Methods and Alms In Higher Grades were next very thoroughly discussed by R L Birnes. Prol. N T. Groves then Introduced the subject Supplementary Reading and for Glteen minutes he held the audience almost spellbound by his beautiful and eloquent description ol some of the phases of some selections of Supplementary Reading. Subject closed by Prof. Ray. Institute adjourned for noon recess, 11:45 to 1:00 p.m. Afternoon 1:00 p m. house called to order by Supt. Rogers. After song and roll call the evenings exercises were opened by Prof. Ray by a very thorough and edifying ol Appreciation. The subject ol Geography was then Introduced by a few appropriate remarks by Prol. Morton followed by Miss Belle McDonaldJames Fltshugb, A. P. Taylor and D. M. Hocker all ol whom made very appropriate re- er words was very Interesting and In SUUr,llVC, on The Institute, then Rejourned for uoon recess. In the afternoon, alter song and roll call, the subject ol Letter Writing and Coui'.oultlon was Introduced by a few well directed remarks by Prol. Morton. Should Letter Wilting be taught in the Common Schools was ably dis cussed by Prol. J. B, Taylor, followed by Miss Belle McDonald and R. T. Wedding. How and when was then 'discussed by James A. Duff, lollowed by Dr. '.. II. Shults and R. T. Wedding. They all agreed that it shonld be taugut,(ln a limited form at least,) In the Com. mon Schools. Profs. S. C Stevens and N. T. Groves also made a few very timely remarks. A recess of ten minutes was then .. ' taken. Alter recess, Composition, Its Re latlun to Other Subjects was ably dls cussed by Prof, J, L. Elmore. In the absence ot Miss Mallle Ferguson, Prol, U. C. Harnett wss given tht subject of Composition, How and When Teach It. He was followed by R L. Barnes with a few appropriate remarks. How the teacher may arouse an interest In the subject was next very briefly and concisely discussed by Prof. S. C. Stevens, followed by a few pointed remarks by Miss Tunstall, ot Grayson county. In the absence of W. C. Bell, the subject ol Literature as a Promoter of Education, waa assigned to Ernest Woodward; who, in an excellent pa per, gave some of the salient features ot the subject. He ssys Literature is not only a promoter ; but a very important factor In a thorough educa marks. The use of the Text Book was then ably discussed by Claude Smith, followed by J. H.Wood upon the Importance ol the subject. The subject of Penmanship having been omitted in the forenoon was now taken up .and the value ol the subject was ably discussed by a most excellent paper read by Mlas Rachle followed by a few remarks by J C Hoblmer upon Methods and Movements, sutjret closed by Prof. Ray upon the Essentials nl Good San-lerf- Writing. Recess 1:45 to 3:00. After song, School Msnagement was Introduced by a spletidtd paper written a read by R.T. Wedding upon the Art ot Qualification and purpose of the recitation followed by 1, W. Godsey upon the Teacher's Dally Preparation; this subject was efficiently commented upon by J. R. Alexander. The Proper Use of the Text Book was next ably and thoroughly discussed by J B. Taylor followed br a few timely remarks by Prof. N. T. Groves. .' nd Reviews were Examinations next discussed by Prol. Ray. He ays have the reviews olten and thorough and the examinations hard." The Institute was then entertained by a very forcelnl aJdress by Prof William Foster upon the Teacher Cblel Element In the School. Institute then adjourned to meet igaln at 7:30 p. m. The night exercises consisted In two eloquent addresses by Profs. Poster and Ray. Their addresses were replete with deep thought and wis dom and were well received by all present. Institute then adjourned to meet again at 8:00 a. m. on Wednesday morning Aug. 3d. Total number of teachers enrolled no. Males 73, females 37. tlon. Recess, ten minutes. After recess, in the absence of Prof, Peter the subject ol the Influence of Literature upon Clvlllzitlon wasna sinned to Prof. N. T. Groves. He in bis usual pleasing manner entertained the Instltue by a most eloquent and Interesting discussion ol the subject He says Literature not only benefits and broadens the Intellectual man, but, gives to him a higher und nobler appreciation of his Creator'. Should It be Taught In the Com mon School? When? To Whst lit-tewas next very thoroughly discussed by Miss Dora E. Gibson. She recommends the organization of a literary society In each district. Inductive and deductive methods of teaching were next veiy ably discussed by Prof Ray. A lew remarks were then mnde by Pro! L L. Steward an ex teacher alter which the Institute adjourned to meet again at 8:00 p. ui. You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 7. Wayne Griffin & Dro. will reliind your money If you are not satisfied after using it It Is everywhere admitted to be the most sue cesslul remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one tbst never falls. It is plessant, safe and reliable. 3m " "asaW a aajaawa " e. Foh Roqsrs, Ch'm'n. Ozna Shults, Sec'y. WEDNESDAY. Ohio County Teachers' Institute convened in Court Hall on Wednes day morning, Aug. ad, 1S99. House called to order by Chairman Opening song led by J. K. Taylor Devotional exercises conducted by Prol. T. I Morton, Scripture lesson read 10th chapter ol Luke. Roll call ahowed 15 teachers absent. The minutes of the preceding dsy were read and with one or two cor rections were accepted. The teacher's Snhere was then verv ably discussed by Prof. O. M. Shultz, after which a recess of tea minutes was taken. After, recess, Grammar was Intro duced by Prof. Ray. Ends to be At talned was very briefly discussed by name urown.Uklng the place of Miss Mollle Storms who was absent. The subject dismissed by a few remarks by Instructor Kay. Relation of Grammar to Laniruarre. Composition and Literature was next very ably and thoroughly discussed by Prol. N. T. Groves. He urges the use of pure language, and says he la very careful about the use of foreign words. Technical Grammar was next taken op by John E. Miller, with a well wtitten paper. Iu the absence of H. C. Crowder.the subject ol the Value ot Diagrammiag waa assigned to Prof. Elmo Williams, who gave a very thorough exposition of the subject. He says the best re sults are obtained by teaching Pars ing, Analysis and Diagramming to- Notlco. School Trustees or teachers are invited to call at 7. Wayne Griffin ABro'a Drug Store and get the latest mspof Kentucky and Tennessee free for use in the schools of Ohio county. 7 "The world expects a beaten man to howl, but I have as yet made no public protest, notwithstanding the manner in which I was beaten. I thought the most manly 'thing to do was to let public sentiment be heard belore I spok." P. Wat Har-di- n. Fon Rogers, Ch'm'n. ' Ozna Snutrs, Sec'y. yyrw Waal ataW 1 1 God-org- an. nt mnmy TW e; d TUESDAY, Ohio County Teacher's Institute met In court hall promptly at 8;oo a. m. Tuesday morning August I. House called to order by Chairman Rogers. Openlni aong led by. J. K. Taylor Opening exercises conducted by O M. Shults, selection read, fourth chapter ot Matthew. Minutes of preceedlng day read and approved. Roll call sbowel an absence ol nine teachers. Arithmetic was then Introduced by Prof. Morton, discussed by Hallle Brown and Dr. Z. H. Shults, Its usefulness was then taken Up by Miss Ella Herring and Prof. J, B. Taylor, followed by qnrte an interesting discussion by Ernest Woodward. J. R. Alexander, N. T. Groves, O. M. Shultz and Wallace Rosson. O. V. Wilson recommends the use of spools or something similar In teaching begluaers. Henry Leach being absent, supplementary work iu Arithmetic was ably discussed by Miss Belle McDonald and Charles Moaely. Subject closed by a few appropriate remarks by Prol, Morton. He says Arithmetic Is eaay and receives too much attention to the detriment of other branches. Re cess was now taken from 9:45 to 10:00 o vvtaioiir Ulead Aehe? tta:.k A at ak. a, Are your nerves weak? Can't you sleep well? Psln In your bsck? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Bolls or pimples? These sre sure signs of poisoning. From whst poisons? From poions that are always found n constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels sre not removed from the body each day, as nature Intended, these poisonous substances sre sura to.be, absorbed Into the blood, 'always csuslng suffering snd frequently causing severe disease. There Is a common sense cure gether. The Ues and Abuses were next briefly discussed by Prof. Ray, followed by O, M. Shultz, who says both Oral and Written Parsing should be used. A recess of ten minutes was taken; after which the Institute wss enter talned Jiy a very thorough and planatpry discussion, by Miss Dors U'oinsou, upon the subject of Langusge, Its Importance, how to teach It? She advlaes teschlng Langusge with Readlntr. Sublect cloned by a few tltnelv rom.ri-- . h Prof. Rty, He says avoid and banish Localisms, and teach a pure American tangukge. The Inttltute was then enterttlrltd ty very excellent and thorough ad- urcoupoB me supject ot Memory ,by P'ofcRfyjj. HejJays make the stit ject nteretTdg and It will be remembered by your pupils, His lesson on worlC and how thev will be called np tbrouth memorv. ho their association or contrast nUb. oth. AVH! PILLS f snd natural movement of the bowels. 1 ou win una tnst ids use or They dally Insure an easy n. Prl-ms- War-la- a.m. Alter recess reading was introduced by Prof. Ray, Its educational value was ably discussed by Dr, Z H. Shultfl. Method 1 and alms were handled In a masterly manner by an excellent paper; the work ot Prof S C. Stevens, He says It Is of little value to know a good, thought and not be able to express lr. He Is also a believer In the trinity Iu reading; First-- Get the thought; Second Hold the thought; Third. Present the thought. The word method was given a fair imposition by Miss Dora E. Gibson . whole-soule- iiid...iIuiii atsaDarma a li with tnarS ' Wjrat 1 mat -i blood froiw all Impurities and tonic to the ncryts. , FuartVaHS wvvvsja the pills will batten it I at I vivsaitssvsv at a thai1 ujt " 9 fellow-labore- ' 4 Oar Slaswal Dararvaaatkuoa or tlia tavafe amlaaat ukr.wlaaa la Ual'aiU4 B14U, Tall lliailualar pv ' j- -., nvw arv will raaaiva bait UlWl U4I 114aAd.lr-.- a NiMicalMlJae ,n l'r 1 fTSnfSJSSSi tl 3kaa f VI -- r.T.o rf s iiaji" a,.!--- . j.;Mmiai ETZCTZXEJ w The Dealers. Good Beginnings Make Good Endings 4 5? Yoa die nuking 4 good beginning when you commtnee to Uke Hood's SirstpjuSU for Any trouble of your blood, stonuch, kidneys or liver. Persistently iiken, this grett medicine Kvllt bring yoa the good ending of perfect hetlth, strength And vigor. rrtaodA SaUafKrtii Fair & Company's GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE! Never in the history of our business have we made such tremendous reductions as we are going to make for the next 30 days. AH Mlas Lizzie Uaag, of Henderson, daughter ol the editor of the Hender-so- n Gleaner, Is visiting the family of Prof. O. M. Shnltz. Mr. R. P. Miller and family, who have been visiting friends at their old borne, returned to Owensboro yesterday, accompanied by Mr. Marvin Miller. Another Ohio county boy has gone west to try bis fortune and grow up with the country aa Horace Greely advised, Mr. Cbas. H. Ellis, an energetic and deserving young man has secured a position as assistant teacher in the city schools In Oklahoma Suk Win Hid Mm d Mm at to. PARASOLS. ""Children's Batin Parasols, sold for 50c, low 38c. Ladies' Whlto Silk Parasols, iod for $2.00, 90W 11.60. Ladles' Fancy Parasols in Plaids, 2.00, told for 13.00. Ladiea' Solid Blue and Red Para. o!, 3 rows chlflon, 92 25, told for $3.50. Big line nice Sample 20 Inch Um ofl regular price. d brellai ono-tbir- Men's Shirts. One lot Fancy Percal ShjrU, 2. col-Iand 1 pair cufla, worth 75c, all sires, at 48c One lot Men't Percal Shirti. collar and cuff nttached.worth 50u,now38c Sample line Men't unlaundered 8hlrU, worth 11.00, your choice C9c Men'i Heavy Work ShlrU, full 36 inchei long, 25c. Will include in this line one lot 25c neckwear at 19c an City, O. T. 4 ' A negro was drowned at Rochester last Saturday. He was drunk, and out boating with some companions when he accidentally or otherwise fell Into the bosom of the river and was seen no more until Sunday evening when his body was recovered near where he went down. . 32lncti Linen for BkirU, reduced to 8c. 32-- 1 nch Fancy Stripe Llneni, sold for 20c, cow 15c. Kersey Suiting for Skirti, worth 10c, now 8c Fine line Fancy Sheer Organdiei 8c, told for 10c. Our nlcctt Organdies 10c. Pretty Dimitie4,old lor 15c,now 10. We Includo in this line one lot of ready-madHklrts, worth $1. at 69c 32-in- ch e Wash Goods. ii Mr. A. C. Stevens, of near Beaver Dam met with quite an unfortunate accident last Saturday. During the little rain storm which occurred in the One Sot 75c Black Luster Coats 50c afternoon bis crib was struck by One lot tl.25 nice quality Luiter lightning and burned; the loss was about 50 bushels of wheat and some CoaU S1.00. One lot $1.50 and $2.50 Luater arming Implements. CoaU, choice $1.25. Mr. V.D. Fulkersondted at his res Men's liuen Pants, now 75c Idence at Ceralvo Wednesday of ConChoice line Children's Wash 8ults sumption. Ills funeral was preached 50c, sold for 75c. by Rev. G. J. Bean, after which his All Woolen Suits to remains were Interred by the Masonic order ol which, he was an honored close at cost. member. He leaves a wife and many $5.00 buys our $7.50 suits. friends to mourn his death. Summer Clothing. Supt and teachers, I desire to thank last Saturday. Mr. editor, come down to our Ice you kindly for your generous hospis tallty. Hartford certainly vindicated cream supper next Saturday .evening; "gem!-nus- " herself upon this occasion and;the if you cannot come send your he will find plenty of associates teachers are not slow In appreciating that will appreciate his presence. your kindness. A Teacher. Will ,wrlte more after the wedding Ohio County Toaohors and In his profession, The old maid and CENTERTOWN, KY. bachelor teachers were defended by Mies Estella Stroud, alter spending one who is certainly, or ought to be, In great sympathy with this class of quite a while visiting friends and rel teachers, though he declared he was atives in Muhlenberg county, has re turned home; accompanied by Miss only a twenty-twand a hall year's pilgrim on llte's journey; st any rate, Lizzie Hades. Misses Audra and Ruth Williams, the gentleman ptesented the defense in u happy manner, so much so that of Pleasant Ridge, left for their home both maidens and bachelors declared after a short and pleasant visit here that they were pleased with their lots with friends and relatives. Mr. Jo Foster and family, ol Beaver which the unkind fates hsd assigned them. The gentleman deserves credit Dam, are visiting the families of I. for his labored effort of a lost canoe Foster and C. L. Woodward, of this and his initials should at least appear place. Mr.. Harlan Tichenor and wife, oi lu print-- E. T. Miller. Mr. Rlugo gave the teacher some Heflin, visited the family of his broth good ideas relative to his work, but er, Dr. B. F. Tichenor, here last Satmade us all, both teacher and citizen urday and Sunday. Miss Clara Paxton, ol Louisville, is blush for shame, when he mentioned on an extended visit to relatives and the beer kegs stumbling around on the streets, mixing and mingling with many friends here. Mr. P. H. Ross Is suffering with heaven's fairest offspring. The addresses by Messrs. Wilson, malarial trouble. He la under the Davidson and Neal were all splendid treatment ol Dr. B. F, Tichenor. Mrs. Fannie Davis Is slowly gaineflorts. The young people who furnished ing health and strength from her rethe music for the evening and the cent sickness. Elijah James and wife who had been young lady who recited, acquitted themselves with marked success, but to Bntter county, to attend the burial of uncle Will James, made us a visit the climax was reached when the gentleman appeared on the as they, came back. Rev. J.K. Shacklett, of Point Fleas- stage for a song; Shelby Taylor, E. Tay- ant, was a pleasant visitor of H, H. T. Miller, Robert Walker, A. C. lor, John B.Wilson and W. H. Barnes. Davis this week. James Calloway and wife, of the After the program had been complet country, spent Saturday and Sunday ed, Chairman J. S. Glenn invited the In town. teachers to the feast prepared In the Many of our young people attended hall below. , upon the part of the the ordination services at Providence Fellow-citizens- EVERY PROMISE WE MAKE IS PROVEN BY ITS PERFORMANCE newspapers are verified at the counter. In fact, your ANTICIPATIONS are MORE THAN REALIZED. Comparison and observation clearly show that the UNION OE QUALITY AND LOW PRICES reaches its highest state of, perfection in the offer. In short, our "word is our bond. When we say an article is worth so much, it is literally and wholly true. Statements in the ings we make: ; 31-2c Wash Goods. Ono lot of Scotch Lawns, worth Co; closing price, V V V r 1i h 1 goods; our price Ladles Kid Shoe, regnlar ' '" .' 75c. ...i i M One lot Corded Dimities, worth 7 2o ; our Ladies $1.50 Dongola' Kid' Shoes-fo- r 11.25. price, 41-2- o. w nurj v"111 'J""40 lyiiuvi if.nui ui yui 'wmRf.- French Organdies worth 35e; to closest 15c and price 11.50. This line in black and tan. 17 2o per yard. , Our Queen Bee, regular 12.50 shoe; our price t Bedford Cord Suitings, regular 15o goods, go at 12. Remember, we guarantee every pair of those shoes to give satisfaction. 8 A full line of Misses' and Children's Shoes at Ono line Dress Gingham worth71-2- o; our price 5c. prices to suit'the timos. Do and 0c. Apron Gingham at 4 o, These are special values. ' Heavy Shirtings go in this sale at 4 1 lo, 5c, Pur big Clothing Salo is still going on. As we 0 2o and 7o. These goods are worth 25 per cent have said before, we do not believe in carrying more money. stock from one season to another, therefore tho Ladies Shoes. ' I'l I'l : per yard. . :. l-- ... ' v) l-- l-- 3o. Clothing. l-- Schools. transpires. light-weig- Besides these articles mentioned, we have U- - Specials in every department to CLOSE OUT JIEG ARDLESS of Former Price. Ask for a card and get one of our Beautiful Pictures. We have just received a carload of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and Drills of the best make to be bad and are prepared to save you money on alt kinds of machinery. Call and see us before buying. Agents for the King of harvesting machinery. Hknrv Field & Son. Mrs. James Chick accldently fell n & HARTFORDTEMPLEOFFflSHION a few weeks slnceand broke her wrist. Fair 5l Co., Hartford Republican. i'' . FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. JL S.OOAL T1WK TABLE (. Jtrt . BKATr.M BAH. JTV. Korlb 3S!I, Arrom. MH7:S7r. in. ana, n.i Mail 30..m. " 391, I.wl rr.Ighl MivSit.n. IOi47.m. Mauiti aoi.rml Mll, IlitO p. m. au.1, Larnl " asi,Arrum'iMliilanSUap.iu. frlhl a. VmUttw. Acnt Prof. 3. P, McKenney gave us a call Monday. Field's 'bus meets all trains at Beaver .Dam. Mr. H II. Davis was among our callers Monday. See a genuine kissing bug at Gtlt fln'a drusr store " Mr. F. M. Allen, Smallhouse, wss .'In towp Monday, JJr. S. D. Tsylor, Beaver Dam, was In town Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Duncan, of McIIcnry, Is visiting Mrs. P L. Fells. Mr. Charles Thelnls has removed bis family to Beaver Dam. Miss Eugenia Howard, of Buford, Is visiting Mrs. O. M. ShulU. j Farmiug implements of all kinds, Son. for sale by Henty Field-Col. J. S. R. Wedding went to Ma- gau, Tuesday, on legal business. "Miss Sadie Au.tlnhas again assum ed her position with Carson & Co. Sam Cox, Jr., has returned from a "visit to relatives at Palis of Rough. Master ChatUe Martin, ol Cromwell Is visiting his cousin. Otto Martin, or . town, , Miss Grade Roll and Mrs. Ella Boone, of McIIenry, ore the guests of Iw. F. L. Felix. ; ; A The Teachers' Institute opened Monday with a liberal attendance of teachers and visitors. Mr. C. T. Likens, of the Beaver Dam Gleaner, gave this office very pleasant call Monday. Mia Bee Brown, Centertown, Is Miss Fannie Render and attend. Jog Institute this week. Mr. C S, Taylor spent the first of the week In town In the Interest of the Pacific Mutual Life. vis-itln- g te Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Miller, Beaver Dam, were the guests ol Mr, K, V, Neat's family lait Sunday. Mr. R C. Taylor, of Frentls, who la representing the Pacific Mutual Life Was In town Monday. 'When In need of Smoke Stacks, Grate Bars, Inspirators, Governors, eoods. etc. call on McIIenry Co., & Machine Manufacturing tf UVIIrnttf. lv.. WV f Bia ., It was about 24 hours before It was discovered to be broken. - Thinking it was only sprained, the doctor was sumCommlttoo Mooting. moned, but too. late, so the fractured bone was left for nsture to restore. The Republican executive commitHer age makes the work of nature tee is hereby called to meet at the Mrs. Julia Davis, who has been very slow and uncertain. office of the Hartford Republican visiting relatives for several weeks at Prisoner Foster Gross went on Aug. 12th at 1 o'clock p. m. Each McIIenry, returned home Tuesday. the warpatn again a lew days ago member should be present. The Central Coil & Iron Co. has and tore up his clothing and all the John P. Morton, Ch'm'n. bongbt the McIIenry and Echols beddings in the jail. M. S. Ragland, Sec'y. Foitunately he mines; the transfer occurred Aug. 1st did not repeat his vocal exercises List of Lottors Mr lames Sullenger and wife of which so greatly annoyed our citizens Owensboro who have been visiting a few weeks ago. Gross Is sitting In Remaining e at Hart at the relatives Is this county went home his cell as naked aa a new born rat. ford, Ky., which If not called tor in Wednesday. shows signs ol capitulating. but 30 days will be sent to the Dead J LetWe want to call the attention of the ter Office at Washington, D. C: Miss Adlna Stevens and Mrs. Susie Mr. Crls Kennison, Mrs. J. W. Stevens, of near Beaver Dam, were Fiscal Court to the almost impassible guests. oi Judge Jas, P. Miller and condition of the Beaver Dam road. A Mrs. F, E Edwards, Mr. W. large appropriation family Wednesday. was made two W.Porter, Mr. J. D. Clatton, J. W. Mrs. Lucy Klein, alter spending months ago to repair it but as yet no Bouhomme 2, Mrs. L. Wat Nicholas, severs! weeks with her daughter, Mrs. work has been done. Fall road work W. G. Duncan, Miss Mamie Morton, does more harm than good and the Dan F. Wacy. Karl Colllngs at Gtennvllle, came people Interested should demand the Persons calling tor any of the above home Saturday. Immediate repairing of the only route letters will please say that they saw Rev G J. Bean will preach the that connects Hartford' with the ouU them advertised. Woodbury Tins-le- v, funeral of Mrs. Basil Acton (colored) side world. P. M. at the Sulphur Springs colored church The citizens of Hartford gave the Lay aside your business cares, the second Sunday In August. teachers a delightful entertainment household duties, and leave things Best and cheapest lot ol Saddles Monday evenlngforwhlch they will be that perplex behind, join the party ever brought to Hartford. All kinds long remembered. .The program was to Old Point, Aug. 9th, which will il buggy harness In stock at the ver) a complete success in every particular, aflord you such diversion as will lowett price. Likens & Iler. especially would we emphasize the you and prepare yon to Those enter anew upon your duties when The teachers and cit -- en ol Hart promenade and refreshments. fnrd were very highly entertained who had charge of the Music did ex- yon return. Tuesday evening by the addresses ol ceedingly well. We are sure that every teacher fully appreciated the ttartfrUtMlrUM Sa.ltT.uUft lwiy. Profs. Wm. Foster and E R. Ray. To tobacco aullx and Corertr, entire exercise. The Republican netle.quit or lilt, newt and Tlfor, Uktb our lull Field & Son have secured an extra congratulates, that makM vetfe mtn tht the good people on their strong. All dmrjliu, too or II. Curarutran-teed- . stable and now have ample roum to splendid success. Booklet and sunilt free. Addreti accommodate all their customers. Burlier Remedy Co., Chlctco or New York. Wloo Jurors, The politest attention and the best ol If you intend golnz to Old Point, feed for your horses. Witnesses and visitors at Circuit baud your name to R. R. Agent at Mr. R. P. Hocker of Beaver Dam Court will bring their watches and your piece so provision can be made was In town Monday attending InstU clocks to A. 11. Pate, the Jeweler, to for you, and be sure to secure your tute. Mr. Hocker is a live friecd oi have them repaired. The best work berth at your earliest convenience. a higher education and Is alwaya weland lowest prices guaranteed. 'Ladies who have' no escorts can come In school work by the teachers. . take this trip feeling that especial Commercial Hotol. The Floating Studio Is now at Rock provisions has been made to see that they have every attention, and lack port and Is open for business till AuStop at the Commercial Hotel dur- for no courtesy. Those desiring ingust fifth, then will move to Ceralvo formation should write W. A. Wll-gnone week only, then to Smallhouse ing Circuit Court Cool, tidy rooms. 8. P. A., Hopklnsville, Ky. The very best to eat. Rates $1.00 per two days and Klrtley's landing two iay. Special rates to jurors and witdsys. "Two heads are better than one," nesses by the week. If the one you have Is dull and heavy Dr. J, 3. Coleman, of Green vllle.has W. B. DeIIaven, Prop'r. yon need Hood's Sarssparllla. It will purchased the Vig Hocker property in give yon prompt relief. m rimnka to Hartford Cltlzons. Beaver Dam and will again be a citi Tb Brat rre.erlptloa Chlllt zen ol bis native county. The Re A word of thanks and appreciation and Fever la a bottle of Grove's Tost-les- s publican welcomes the Dr. again into Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure; should be extended to the citizens of our folds. Hertford for their kind treatment to then why experiment with worthless Messrs. E. T. Miller and W. II. the teachers of the county snd more Imitations? Price, 50c. Barnes have formed a law partnership particularly to those members of the CUBB A VOI.U IN UNB DAT and have located their office In the bar who so agreeably surprised the Take Laxative Bronio Quinine TabGriffin block. Miller and Baruea are teachers on Wednesday evening, To lets, All druggists refund money If two of the most brilliant young law those members who so gallantly en- it falls to care. 25c, The genuine has L, B. Q. on each tablet. tf yers at the Hartford bar. us Wednesdsy evening, tertained na '1 The soothlnir and bealinsr proper Mr. J. L. Rowe, wile aod little we shall ever feel ourselves greatly ties daughter, Lubble, went to Leltchfield indebted. The evening's exercise was It Is ol Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy, pleasant taste and prompt and the 29th ulU Mr. Rowe returned pleasant, Instructive and highly en and permanent cures, have made It a Monday evening, his wife and daugh- - joyed by every teacher and visitor great favorite with the people every- wnere. sale oy z. wsyne unmn ter will spend n few weeks with rela- present. . The address of welcome by Judge & tive! and friend. In that city. W, II. Barnes; delivered In snch a aatr la ! At the Invitaties of Mr. W. B. De . .kin. No f1.an Miul taf.il. & congenial manner, 'was demonstrative Haven ye hungry editor dined at the Candv Cither- kxntv without it of the Act that every teacher was wel- tlo clean your blo&d trvd ketD it clein. by Commercial Hotel Wednesday, and he was indicative of the most stirring- up tht leiy liver and driving all Ira- takes pleasure in recommending the come, and irom tot wwr. ixgw f E unties piroulee, boile, blotches, blsckbesdi, to the public as the nlace enjoyable evening of the week, Commercial tililt to get the best meal to be bad In The address by Mr. A. C. Taylor end that sickly bilious complexion by Ukag Casesrtta, btsuty'for ten center All drugHan (old. was a great effort for a man so young gists, satisfaction guaranteed, lUc,23c.(Ue. Prop'rs. "SStiIH) It will be of Interest to both teachers and patrons to know the number of dlflerent grades of certificates held by the teachers, the number of white pupil children, of colored and also the amount ol money expended by the State for this county. The number of Teachers enrolled in Institute, holding first class certificates, are 51; second, 47; third, 7; State, 6. Number of white children between the ages of six and 20, 8,313, colored 500. The number added to make the 19 pauper districts equal to 45 each, 191 recovering the Interest on the county bonds equal to the amount drawn on the 191 pupils added to the pauper districts. The entire amount to be drawn from the school fund by the Ohio county teachers for the school year ending June 30, 1900, $24,310.80. Pearl. Mothodlst Reunion. Atl the members of Mt Vernon church are invited to meet there the ist Sunday in August. There will be a retinlon of the old Methodists of this church and everybody Is Invited to be present. Smith Givbns, Pastor "You May Bend tho Sapling butNotthoTroo." When disease has become chronic and deep seated it Is olten difficult to cure That is the reason why it Is best to take Hood's SarsaparilU when disease firsts hows itself In pimples, headaches, indigestion, or other troubles which tell of poor blood, weak stomach or disordered liver or kidneys. This great medicine regulates the whole system. It never disappoints. ' Hood's Pills are the favorite family cathartic. it knife cuts deep in this line. Let us show these to Good wide fancy Table Linen, worth you. Men's Tow Linen Suits, regular $5 grade; must 35o; our price 25o. Extra nice fancy Table Linen, worth 65c; sale go at $1.80. Boy's Linen Suits, $1.75 quality; to close at $1.25. prico40c. Men's Suits, $3,50 goods; our price while they Special values in other grades, from 15o to 05o last, $2.48. per yard. Men's fancy Cassimere Suits, worth $5, to clone at $2.08. Ten-fo- ur Special values in better grades $4,03, $5.50, white Spread, would bo cheap at 75c; $0.50 ind $7.50, on up to $15.00 per suit. These our price 00c. and guaranteed to Extra quality 10-- 4 regular $1 Spreads go now bettor goods are all tailor-ma- de fit and give satisfaction. at 85c. Eleven-fo- ur fine white Spread, worth $1.85; price now $1. Better goods at, the same low prices. Good yard-wi- de bleached Cotton, 4 3--4 0 per " - 'K . -. " " " yard. " """ '- Yartl-wi- de soft finished bleached Cotton, would We havo already won for ourselves the name of our prico 0 1 1c. having the best and most complete stock of Shoes bo oheap at 8 " ter Sheeting, regular 20o goods, ,15c in Hartford. ever opened up 00-in- ch Table Linens and Bed Spreads White Bed Spreads. ..-.- Domestics, Etc. l-- 8o; . Shoes. Ten-quar- I'l' iV 1',' 1',' l'i' Men's heavy tap-so-le Brogan Shoes, worthevery-who- re per yard. Extra heavy Cottonade, lOo $1.25; our price $1.10. hand-ma- de Men's hoavy Shoes, would per yard. l' New 1 ork Camlet Jeans, lOo per yard. be cheap at $1.50; our price $1.:5. half-fi-ne Shoes go at $1 pair. Men's AVo want everybody who likesto look at fine ' Shoes, to ask to see our line and get price on our If you want something to hold feathers, we will nice, sell yon the goods at 15o per yard and guarantoe it. footwear. double-and-twistfull-stock ' Bed Ticking. ate H ft Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. Bell's will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cougb or a cold will not cents at all settle there. Twenty-fivgopd druggists. For sale by Z.Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf . ,. e CENTRAL GROVE, KY. Post-Offic- jay bird's News Is scarce as chicken teeth; in a mouth, but we will try U tell a few things about old Central Grove, Crops are about all laid by, and the farmers haven't much to do at pres- Produce. ?Bmember the place, Have, you got one of our handsome Pictures yet? If not, why not? Remember we give an elegant Picture with every $10 worth of goods bought from us. Don't fail to ask for one of our Picture Cards. You are entitled to one. We still buy anything you have to sell and pay highest market price. Bring us your R,T C0LLINS.HARTF0RD spent a day or two last week with his brother, Mr. Pendleton Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robertson, Mr. James Pulkerson are at the bedside of Mr. V. D. Fnlkerson who la at the point of death, Mr. H. L. Iglekeart and son, Mu ter Hay den, ofUnlontown, arevlsU lug friends and relatives here. The corn crop looks a great deal better alter a wetka rain, Mr. Sara Moiton Is on the sick list caused from overheat. Mr. Melvin Landrnm, who has been livlncr on Cant. Liter's farm has moved back home. Rev. ft. H. Lawrence preached at Walton's Creek Sunday. Mr. M. D. Maddox will teach the fall school here, probably beginning the id Monday In August The lastQarterly meeting will be at BO CIBtV-BO ent Quite a number of young people of Handwriting an the Party Wall this vicinity attended the ordination at Providence last Saturday. Coobol Paporls Alarmed Ovor The singing school which wsa tho Situation taught at this place by Mr. Igleheart, Kentuky will go Republican as closed a few days ago, with much succertain as fate next November, unless cess. Democrats all over the State can lay Mr. J. B. Cottrell, of Nashville, visiting the family of Mr, aside the petty personal prejudices Tend., is and vote for principle Instead of spite. L. B. Loney, at this writing. If a Democrat Is so weak The baptizing was largely attended that he cannot support any man that last Sunday evening, Is nominated by his own party, then The school at this place will begin shonld refuse to take part in demofew days with Mr. H. H. he within a and go and cratic That Is the way all druggists sell Grovb's Tastbless Cmti, Tonic for Malaria, Chills and Fever, It Is simp ly iron and quinine In a tasteless form. Children love It. Adults prefer It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Prise, 50C tf PAT. Grand Barbecue At Hiram Taylor's Grove, near Roth-este- r, Ky., on Saturday, August it, 1899, MpsIc, dancing, base ball between Echols and Beaver Dam, J. W. nines' colt shew, All kinds of refreshments. The best of order preserved, no Intoxicating liquors per mltted on the grounds. Democratic and Republican candidates for Representative and State Senator and for State offices will address the people on the Issues of the 1 day. Oscar Tayior, P Lbsub Davenport, j Vrnnr. wnndtr-workt- s, rr Davis as teacher. Mr, Albert Oglesby, who bos been sick for several days, was Improving st last reports. Messrs. P. A. Blsop and Leslie Miller attended singing at Certertowu last Saturday night. It was thought by several people a few days ago that a certain vouue man of this community was lost; lie goes by the name of "Verna" and the last time he wss seen, he wss going down, the road with his papa's shoes on and bare headed with blslifothers hat on; and was standing on "Aunt Fanny's" barn shoveling wind with a pitch fork to get money enough with which to buy a sling shot to kill Hzsrds, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Miller, alter spending si week with relatives in McLean county, returned home a few days ago Rev. R, W, Danka attended Sunday school at this place, Sunday last. Rev, J. A. Miller will preach at the Central Grove school house next Sunday at II a, m. More news, More fun, If It weren't for us, You would have none. Long lives the Republican. bare-foote' Nurslig Mtikirs All such mothers need Scent's Emulsipn. helves them strength, and makes the baby's food richer and more abundant. SOo. i-- a bat. dread hot weather. They know hov k weakens aria bow this affects the baby. - and SL Alt droftfets. over conventions vote with the Republicans and not mislead his democratic friends by pre tending to be a democrat) and then bolt aa soon as his favorite candidate is beaten. All snch democrats should lay aside all personal matters and vote for prtn rcr.tiritf.fli nf tVtft name nfth v rlnl w. . w . L. .1 c.ihX.. ..4 dhhJ.m "" -- """"J V"5 " nominees, and If they cannot do so, I; In September. then the fight Is up, the State Or. Miles' Nervine Restores HaaltH. will go Republican again by an in HAMLIN CHAPEL, KY. depends on the, creased majority. It action, of the Democrats only. Padu- can. Leader, Rev. Berry preached here last Sunv day. All Hrda, Tit Eaala. Klu Mr. John Chlnn visited Mr. Obed is noted for its keen sight, clear and Chapman last Tuesday, distinct vision. So are those persons Mr. Lawrence Allen met with a very who use Sutherland's Ragle Rye Salve painful accident last Frldsy by being for weak eyes, styes, sore eves or any kicked by a horse; ' klna or granulated lids, sold by an Miss Rhoda Chapman, of Hartford, dealers at as cents. .For sale by Z, visited Miss Susie Allen last Satur& Dro. Wayne Griffin tf day and Sunday. This being Miss Chapman's first visit to the country, SMALLHOUSE, KY. she reports a pleasant trip. Jnly j i. Rev. Lowery Tichenor Mrs. Nora Hagcrmau has typhoid preached at the new Baptist church fever, . Sunday, ' Miss Delilah Stevens, of Beaver Miss Mag, Hunter and Master Lee Dam, attended church here last Sun KUKIZZ, OBSAB. uuttor ac4 tax eoUtctor, Btrtrlr. Mat, who Jut Overhuls spent Sunday at Ceralvo, pasttd tin Hth sttt atoat, aajsi guests ol Mrs. P, L. Wood. Mr. Joe Sanderfur and wile, Beaver "Or. Mlltt' KMttrUlYtlift Mtr-lhaa doa a MIss'Nella Barnard, of near Beaver Dam, visited Mr, Obed Chapman lost ttatdtalorsood. I.affertdforjurtSKua tlttpltttatte and ntrrou btart troabtt. who has been visiting relatives Sunday, Dsm( Would fttl wtary an utd up la to room here several days will leave to day for Mr. Jim Ballard filled bis regular lor, bid no wnbiUoo aad mj votk ttasatd a CcnWtowi!., appointment at Mr. Albert Cox'a last burd.o. AM.B4 rteoiamtaatd Pr, M1W , Ktrrlat, aod I purtkuttd a bottlt uadtr UIm Llllte Barnard la the guest of Sunday.; protMt aa I bad trltd aa taany rtutdlM m her sister, Mrs".' Wm. Jayzo. of Sao Mr, Garfield Chapman, of Hartford, succtttraltr, I tfeoujht It bo tut. fj H tj?t ftTtmtrrxtfuliU.p, a food awttlte aad wo the guest of Mr. Dudley last Sun raujwiw. rastortd ma la saarstUa kaajtk. It la a Qalte number' froa here attended day. t raa 1004 mtaicias, and I win sisaif writ ttwi ordination of RcvVOtta Maddox . Miss Ida Ballard (son the sick list anjoit Innulrlof, full partlcalaMof ayul. uiuiorr )ip'tsct." at Providence Saturday,. this week. Dr. MUM' Btatdlttl daughter of Mr. art told by alt dro- - K-.vfew Mr. Sasi Bennett la spending The j7 days with his slater, Mrs, 3. T, Hun. Jack Crabtree met with a very serious (UUtrndtra pcxlU.tlIBfMi lu.rtnt.t, Int bottlt accident last Thursday by being kick, btnttta or moni- - rt-- 1 tcr. book oa ait-- 1 Wheat threshing la over In this ed by a horse and breaking her leg, sttttot tht btart aad neighborhood) yield rather light, causing her much suffering. auTttrrta. Addrtas.1 Daisy, Mr, Horace Taylor, Beaver Dam, j , MMOMM1MCA..U0J JfsfteMtt ImL !" -.-- .- .a ..tu """: -- """' At Four Score. ot .- eight-year-ol- d "B I llattntfaw. tmjimi'klmm tlflssftr' - - - -A - MtAimmlimmmmimiMtyZ'''.. . .' j.k SAVE MONEY! You can save 10 to 15 percent, by buying your Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4 MR. LONG CHAIRMAN. thigh, and take the oath I adrainls ter, I'll tell you the Secrets of Mason Mastor Commissioner's OHIO CIRCUIT H. Salo. sins made ry." Old Wheeler wis not Blow to comply, and a most powerful "ironclad oath" was administered and taken. "Now for the secrets 1" exclaimed COURT, KENTUCKY. t. HOlTinSKYmd Othsr. Ptilntifft. crcekcoalco. t Lumbor, sash, doors, sbinglos and building material at tbo Cornor ot Inglo and 7th Bta. I have one of the best assortments of Choice Lumber In the State, and can make It an object to you to drive here for your lumber, even If it ii a few blocks out ol your way. I sell strictly ior Cash, which means that you will not have to help pay any bad bills when you buy here. Choson to Manago tho Republican Campaign. Com-mitt- COmo Prices. THEO. E. RECTI1T, ciro.2. .AlsIx. Doalor in all kinds of Building Matnrial, CORXKB BEVUTTH ASD BTREKTB. S'V.ANS'VXXjXEI, - - I3NT3D. MOLE I.pUISVILLK, HKNDEKSON Union Depot, & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, 222 fourth Arenas. rxs xsr irrici, haecii i.t, 3.099. & Swath aad Rnir. Louisville to St. Louis West. No. 45. V:$SP m Leave St. Louis to Louisville & East No. 41. Leave Louisville 7:45a n " Owensboro 11:40a m " Henderson 12:45pm " Evansville 1:15a m " Mt.Vernon, III Arrive St Louis 7:32p m Leave Louisville, " Hawesvllle. 11 Owensboro. " Henderson. Arrive Evansville No 44 St Louis 7:56a m 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon Evansville 2:2op m 12:55am " Henderson 2:46pm 1:25a m " Owensboro 3'44pm m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville No. 41 7:45a m No. 46 8:55p ru 2:45a 3:10a 4:00a 7:30a tu m m m EV.a.aTO'VTI.I.B. No. 43 . . . 11:40am . . . I2M5P m . . . i:i5p m . . . 10:43a m 4!5op m 8:o4p m y:osp m io:iop m lo:4op m No. 45 8:35p m n:o8p m I2:58p m 12:55a m 1:25am EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. No. 44 No. 46 No. 42 . 6:50a m 2:2op m Leave Evansville . 2:45a m . 7:15a m 2:46p m " Henderson 3:10a in . 8:15a m " Owensboro 4:00a m 3M4P m . 9:13am 4'.4op m " Hawesvllle 4:50a m m Arrive Louisville I2'35p m 7:30a m All trains run through solid to Evansville. Through Parlor Cars and Pull-- , man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St. Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 36 co nnect at Irvlngton for Fordsvilte & Hardinsburg dally. appointed a Campaign Committee and made other arrangements preliminary to conducting a vigorous campaign this fall lor the whole ticket. All the candidates were present from out in the State, Including Attorney General Taylor, Senator W. J. Deboe was also in attendance. An open meeting was held at the LouUville Hotel before the committee Kent into executive session, at which fudge T. Z Morrow, Attorney Gener al Taylor, John W. Yerkes and James P. Buckner, Jr., made speeches denouncing the Goebel law and uniting In the declaration that the campaign should be fought on two Issues only lor the rights of the business Interests ot Kentucky and lor the right of Ken tuckians to cast their votes, and to have their votes counted as cast. At the executive session, State Treasurer Geo. W. Long, Congress man Pugh and James P Buckner, Jr , of Louisville, were named as a Cam palgn Committee. The party law re quiring a Campaign Committee ot five was amended so three could be appointed without opposition, Mr Long was named as chairman. This committee was authorized to appoint an Advisory Committee, consisting of one or more members from each Con gressional district in the State. It was also authorized to appoint all its other officers, which will be done later. Louisville was selected as the head quarters. Attorney General Taylor will himself sound the first gun in the campaign at a place to be named later on. Rev. J. M. Yingllng, pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords me much pleasure to recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used it and know others who have done so. I have never known it to fall. It is a sure cure when taken in time." I'or sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m the impatient and unsuspecting vie ttm. at tho May term, 1800, in tho "Well," said Aaron, with mock above stylod case for tlio sum of: TJie Republican State Central solemnity and secrecy, "la the first $102.00 with interest from Dec. 1,1894 met at Louisville last week and place, we Masons combine together j By virtue of a, judgmont and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court,ren-der- ed otbtrr. Din?, mna to cheat everybody as much as we can. This is the first grand secret The second Is like unto it When we can't find anybody else to cheat we cheat each other, but as little as we can." "Well," exclaimed old Wheeler, with evident surprise, "I swear I'll Join. I wish I bad done it twenty year ago I might have been a rich man alore now." Scottish American. m The soothing and healing properties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, It is pleasant taste and prompt and nd permanent cures, have made it a great favorite with the people every where. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. m 151.05 110.58 ICO 33 118.30 600.60 02 80 221.00 121.90 07.27 323.29 262.81 265.81 471.23 " " " " " ! " " " " " Aug. 17, 11 April 28, July 29, May 25, May 18, July 20, 13, 14, May 10, " April April " " " " Jly 22, " Jan. 1, " Mar. 26, 11 Sept. 5, Attorney Frankfort. Conoral Taylor In " " Frankfort, Ky., July 39, 1899 Iu the Evening Post of July 25,1899,8 TO OLD POINT Comfort and tho Soashoro on Aug. 9th The Groat- - H. S. Irwin. Secretary , lirown. CONORESeiONAL. ostof AM Trips. Senators Hon. William C. Lind say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. Representative Fourth District Hon. D. H. Smith. Who Makosthe Most. "Which ot the United States officials makes the most money, mamma?" asked Johnny Cumso. "The President, I suppose, Johnny." "Nome." "Which Is it, then?" "The director ot the mint." Rod Hot From Life STATE LEGISLATURE. The regular Annual Excursion to Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. Representative Ohio County Hon. "W. A. "Wilgus, S. P. A., will be run it. v. darn a gin. "Wednesday, Aug. Oth, via I. C. and OHIO COUNTY. C. & O. Railways, from Beaver Dam CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Ovrens on regular train ; leaving at 7:37 a. boro. Disconnecting with Seashore Special, Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney which leaves Union Station, foot of Owensboro. Seventh atreot at 1:30 p. in. The T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. round trip rate to Old Point Comtort Rowan Holbrook, Master Commia-sionI5.50 and tho tickets are is only Hartford. good until August 80th, viith stop G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund over privileges returning only Hartford. .. ni.t. ,.:.. X Ilia tliu nuiiiooago iuoi 8. T. Stevens, Sheriff Hartford ui vucicu ,i. H ' traveling public. Grand and beau- ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tinsley. . . . tiful sionery, invigorating mountain finit Mondav oonmna ocean voj age.pala- - March 8nd Au gt and conlinMeghree air, tial hotel entertainment and a visit to weekg( an,i tblrd Monday in May and tho Capital, if desired. j November two weeks. hvory attention and courtesy will COUNTY COURT. bo extended to ladies without escorts. Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartford. Choice of routes returning, between M. S. Kagland.CIerk Bartford. Richmond and Clifton Force, will bo M. L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. gnen, enauliiig those wlio desire to Court convenes first Monday in visit Lynchburg, Natural Uridgo and each month. oilier points of interest. COURT. QUARTERLY Begins on the second Monday in Sleeping car rates will be 4.00 frr berth- Louisville to Old Point.to each month. COURT OF CLAIMS. ba occmiiad bv omi nr twn nnranfis. mid application for sleepiiiL' car space Vi? veB.M n1l w.nUay m January, tilioul be made at once to W. A. - 0"' lufiay alter tnesecouu Monday in ucioDer. W!LGUS,S.lA.,Hopkiiisville,Ky. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. For further particulars, address as N. Mozley, Surveyor. or call on agent I. C. Railway. uboe G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Sunt, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur : AnnnnnnamAnt AAI Honor's. The Illinois Central now j 0. R. Campbell, Poorhouse nas on sale, and will con , Keeper, Hartford iinue me same until sept. JU8TICE8 COURTS. join.iBoa rouni trip sum T. A. Evans Court will be held mer tourist tickets from all at Fordsviile on March 1st, June 1st, points on its lines In the September 1st and December 18th. South to a large list of sum B. F. Graves Court will be held mer resorts In the North. Us atBuford on March 30, June 29,Sep- fast The Gun ei ...., ff..i Burf-baihi- c ' Was the ball that hit G.B Stead man, ol Newark, Mich., in the Civil war. It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Bolls, Pelons, Corns. Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth. 25cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. II Williams, Druggist. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Uts. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine ha L. B. Q. on each tablet, tf CDIIE A COLD IM U.KDAY Tho Socrota of Masonry. Old Wheeler was quite a character in his time, being a clever, confiding man, who managed to let everybody cheat him out of bis In herlted estates. Just as the lait farm was about to slip out of his hands he succeeded in raising the money to lift the mortgage. Aaron Romer, a prominent Mason, accompanied him to the registrar's office, which was in a neighboring town. As they were drivenalong Wheeler, in a confiding man-ne- r, said: "Now, Aaron, we are here all alone, and I want you to tell me the secrets of Masonary." "I can't; they would kill me." "Why, no, they won't; they'll never find It out." "Yes, they will; you'll tell of It." "No, I swear I won't." "Well, It you come close along side of me, and put your hand under my easy-goin- - quotation from the Bardstown Record states that the Republican candidate for Governor and his wife keep a boarding house in Frankfort, and "the shifts of the worthy pair to turn an honest penny are amusing morsels of gossip here." Gen. Taylor lived for two years alter comingliere in the handsome two story brick real thenco parallol with same east 10 dence on First street, formerly occu poles to a stake; thence S. 11 AV. 31 olo3 to a stake; thenco N. 80 W. to pled by ex Gov. Knott. Subsequent ly Gen. Taylor leased the handsome a stake in the Stovo Moore line, 24 Hunt farm, which adjoins the corpo 10 poles; thonco N. 11 E. to the rate limits of Frankfort, and was the beginning, containing 5 acros. residence ol Gen. P. W. Hardin while Lot No. 2, lioundod as follows: in office. Mrs. Taylor has been an south-ea- st corner invalid since her residence here, and Beginning at the the move was made in hopes of im of lot No. 2, on which the Thompson proving her health. She has three Coal Tipple is situated and two poles daughters, just budding into woman from the said railraad, running with hood, who would make charming same, N.87 -2 E. 12 ik1os to Dean's hostesses in the executive mansion line; thence with his line S. 4 W. 38 should their mother continue an Inn Poles to a stake; thence S. 87 W. 13 valid and their father be called to the poles to a stake, corner of said lot high office to which be aspires. So No. 2; thence with said lot No. 4 E. far lrom being penurious or grasping, 38 poles to tho beginning, containing the Taylors are rather noted for their three acres. liberal dealings with our tradespeo Also the lease-ho- ld from M. J. ple. The writer of this Is a DemoHardin tu M. S. Thompson upon a crat and a warm Goebel supporter, but sends this card to the Post in jus tract of land on the waters of Panther tice to a kindly and genial gentleman, creek, in Ohio county, Kentucky, who has been the subject of so rude bounded by the lands of the .Ktna an assault. Gen. aud Mrs. Taylor Coal Company, the Owensboro, Falls might have kept a boarding-housof Rough & Green River railroad with no loss of prestige, as many peo Company, Creod Hardin and George pie here of high social standing take Bush and containing 100 acres more boarders. The boarding house story or less. Said lease-ho- ld conveys the probably originated lrom the fact that right to mine or remove all coal, an excellent lady, a widow name Tay lor, and ber daughters have for more iron, stone, clay, oil, salt or other than thirty years had a boarding here. inmoral or olatilo substances con When will these aristocratic writers tained in or under said lands nd is learn that Kentucklans honor those for a period of fifty years from April who earn an honest livelihood, even Oth, 1804, and is the same conveyed in the humble occupation of boarding to M. S. Thompson by M. J. Hardin house keepers? As a life long Demo by lease of record in Ohio County crat, my blood boiled when this charge Clerk's office. was brought against the dead parents Also tho following described perof William Goebel. Gen. Taylor and sonal property, it: William Goebel are of as good origin One gray rnulo named "Bully," as the blue bloods, who are one red mule named "Isaac," one red distinguished by the fact that some ancestor was so fortunate aa to be mule named "Tom Stout," one bay by his fellow mule namod "Dave," one red mule made an citizens' generosity or by political named "Ned," one bay mule named scheming. "Ned," one inoiuo colored mule Democrat. namod "Dutch," one black mule SWAMP-ROOT- . Is not recommended named 'tNan,"ono black rnulo named for everything; but. if vou have kldnty. "Tom," or sufficient thereof to proliver or bladder trouble it will be duce tho sums of money ordered to found just the remedy you need. At ilruggints In City cent and dollar sizes bo made. The purchaser will bo required to You may have a bottle ol this vondeiful new discovery by mall free exe"utel)ond with approved security also pamphlet tellinsr all about it. imniediutely after sale. Address, Dr Kilmer & Co., Bing Tins Slat day ol July, IblMl. bamton, N. Y. , ROWAN 14-4-10 1e to-woffice-holder And (588.00 cost herein, I will for sale by public auction at tho court house door in Hartford, Kentucky ,on Monday, the 7th day of August, 1800, about 1 o'clock p. in., upon a credit of 0, 12 and 18 months, except the personal property, which will be sold on a credit of three months, the folit: lowing described property, Beginning at a stake two poles from the center of the main track of the Owensboro, Falls of Rough & Green River railway on the east line bo twoen Hardin and Steve Moore tbenco S. 81 -2 E. 8 10 to a stake saino distance from said railroad ; to-w- 1809 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 offer for meadows and lakes, ahd soil beds spread ior the forests aad fields that mad and beast may be fed. Then vanishing like' clouds, they melt Into streams and go singing back home to the sea. Standing on this adamantine old monument in the midst of such scens cry, getting glimpses of the thoughts of God, the day seems endless; the sun stands still. Much faithless fuss is made over the. passage in the Bible telling the standing still of the snn for Joshua Here you may learn that the sun stands still for every devout mountaineer for everybody doing anything worth doing, seeing any thing worth seeing. One day Is as a thousand years, a thousand years one day, and while yet in the flesh you enjoy Immortality We Want a .!! i.n to Call Your Attention m i, m To the fact a large and well selected stock of that wo liavo now on hand ladies', Men's P$p Aen's, Boys' and pisses Shoes, Chil- dren's (lothing. As wc do not wish to curry any of these Goods over, in fact wo are rather overstocked, wc will for tho A CLEAR RIGHT OF WAY. Thoro Was Nothing to Intor- foro If Ho Choso. When I first came Into the moun tains ol West Virginia to look after the coal interests ol au eastern company 1 boarded at a little tavern in the country town presided over by a good looking woman of forty, who, as I had understood, was a widow. She was keener wltted and more entertaining than the average mountain woman and I rather enjoyed talking to her One, evening, alter I had been he guest about three weeks, I found m self alone with ber on the porch ol the house, and we chatted along very pleasantly about men and women and life generally. "Ain't you married?" she asked, in response to something I bad said lead. Ing up to snch a question. Oh, no," I laughed ; "I'm an unhappy old bachelor." "Well, you oughtcr be ashamed uv yersell," she said, with spirit. "I am," I assented. "But how is a man to be otherwise when the women won't do their share?" But they will, el tbey ever gtt the chance," she conteuJed. "It's easy enough for you to say that," 1 said, "because you felt that way toward your husband when he asked you." "My husband I" she almost shout ed. "I hain't got no husband, nor never did have." Why why," I stammered, "I un deratoed you were a widow." NEXT TMRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the above mentioned linos. Wo mean business and if you are in need of these goods it will pay youto come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is new and in every respect. up-to-da- te S. Levy & Co., Bedar Ky. .4BMt4MM. ll.ilMWlM4tMlUiU Cat), iCII tlU riKMI OLtaJiJ. fctfWttfclC t rmOTIB a ifctBlM It ftt JMrMWJt flVlfa.1 tisrpot. ttamlmtasw. TM .BtWt oCssltt m wmfini MltorrM mwmmilr END US OWE DOLLAR t nor oUr tr totter than tmni sdTrilsM4 0 j4ajiy fttftjol mip irMltl l 4UUtW,r l.1i,M.UrlfMcktUT. 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"Do you mean to tell me that as good looking a woman as you are Is an old maid yet?" She hesitated a moment before an swerlng. "In course I am," she said, and her voice softened, "but I hain't no ob jections to beln'a married woman." Goodness knows bow I got out of it and still remained a "star boarder:1 but I did, and I didn't tit out on that porch in the evening any more.elther, Blood Deep. Otn blood mean, a dcaa tVin. No beauty without it. C'.icartta, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and ktru it clem, kt itirring-- up tht laxy liver and driring all from the body, llegin to TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all pas- senger trains at Beaver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE llcantr 1 baniali bimplei, boili, blotchea. blacVlieada, and that sickly bilioua completion by laVing Catcarete, beauty for ten cents. All drug--gututUfaction guaranteed, 10c, lie, Wc. Tired nature cries out for rest and recuperation, and there is no better time to get both than on the Old Point trip Aug. 9th They also keep a first- - class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Strrets, Hartford, All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted their care Avill have especial attention. fTISU? raaracTLT Jb OK. propVs. o IM Dm Central Railroad, New Orleans Popnlur II on I la SEWP ONE DOLLAR SrJgJg MUiiwtfkMiwuiiiiiniuinrni iinuuiin cuter t ait iiitloi, Vitntl la aaraaiairaa, ..k.liuiH.wi aitiaftcToar, -r- 1"1.-?!!: IIOLUROOK, The County Mootlngs. There seems to be some confusion of Ideas aa to the plans of the movement for a new convention, which The Dispatch fully clears up In Its news columns today. The meeting at Lexington next Wednesday, Au gust 2, will not be a State convention. It wilt merely be a conference of the representatives of the counties that have taken action against the fraud of the police convention. This con terence will make arrangements for a convention, and perfect snch organl zatlon as may be necessary to secure representation from every county In Mastor Commissioner, Glenn & Ringo, Attorneys. Silent Work of the Ice Flow. Though It Is Invlalblo Spoaks Aloud In a Thousand Volcos, (n ables one to reacli quickly and com ,'i March 28,June t Sulphur Springs on .7 fortably the mountain resorts of Vir glnla, the White Mountains and Sea- - 2'. September 20 and December 23. - Taylor Court will be held side of New England, the Thousand Islands, the lake and forest resorts ol t Cromwell on March 4, June 10, Michigan Wisconsin and Minne-nta- , September 2 and December 9. the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Ye. W. A Rone Court will be held at lowstone Park or the resorts ot Colo- - Centertown on February 13, May 20, JUUU. August 28 and November 1. Tickets and full information as to CITY DIRECTORY. rates In connection with the above can W. II. Barnes, Judge. be had of agents of the "Central" and J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. connecting lines. TOWN TRUSTEES. rVm. Murray, 01: fail. Aaint, Ntui Orliani. S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. Jno, A, Scott, Din. Pail. Agint, Hlmpkll. I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. 8, 0, Hatch, Din, fan. Agint, Cincinnati, A, tf. HtntOH, 0, P. A., Jno. R Bean, Sec'y. VI, A, UU.QHD.A Of. A, Chicago, Uulmlll: Geo Klein. A. D. White. To Car Coilttllmtlan Vonnt. Preston Morton Post No 4 G, A. uueareu uandr Ottmrllc I.no R. hold their regular meeting Satur It cc.araiuocuro.druiiiuun.tondmonoiN day before the first Sunday in each month in Court Hall at I o'clock p General Directory. m. W A. Carson, Com. John C. Chamberlain, Arijt. laStiP -- in ' I BRDVE5 I prrdeatined landscapes, working on Governor William O. Bradley. Another convention Is assured beWfeo ,a fhlik All IllBa cr MM (loipU Lieut. Governor-- W. Worth- - WanteD yond all questions, and The Dispatch unwearied through unmeasured ages, J. lUSflejMlCOlf fullness of time the moan. Ington, would suggest to the counties where, until In the Wrtl JOHN WKUDUaUHM GO, .uat Allot. and valleys are brought forth, . wukinu, ix u, o tt.i, I ju Hecrelaryof btate Charles c inley, DOW meetings will be held Saturday and tains f-.--.. -- "" uCT " furrowed lor thr rivers, ba Attorney General-- W. 8. Taylor. Monday, that tbey elect their regular channels Auunor oaniuei u. mone. quota of delegates to the State conTreasurer Geo. W. Lone. vention and send from one to three Commissioner of Agriculture. Hor and representatives to the Lexington cjn tlculture Statistics Lucas o ( ror (mi. A,Cor Biliousness, Moore. Vl iIkm llbul ! M mwim tvry I iereace. It will be unnecessary ta Superintendent Public Iuitructlon- -' win. SoU kr HI amiUl. wait for mote formal call thr M lUllkl fit IS CMlU lot. W. Davison. UIANT CIIUMIUAL CO. election of delegates, and all county Dizziness, Register Laud Office Chas. O. H,MlCkrrr !., fhll. meetings held from this tlmeiin Reynold. I8JUSTASCOOD FOR ABULT8. Indicate that roar llrtr WARRANTED. PRICE BOots. should not neglect this Important Insurance Bureau Coraraissioner-- D, It out ol order. CVMDwM- Ut.l -, UrutMllfift. Ilftfvurl matter. We also suggest that those I W. Com in go re. teat medicine to roots mftiiy tlwuAn4 oim - " In ten R. Collier. tbe llrer and can ill caIIm AdJi.tantGenerl-- D. CnllenMni ftou Um jtlt, toitl4 tf counties whose delegates were expvll OllOVKI) TAHTKUOUt CHILL TOM 10 .11 atmplouK rtlnuT ul k ed, as far as possible, send the rctfu-larl- y Uteie Ilia, la found la State Librarian Miss Paul Deane tljl ! Irut Iwuhhl Uu srvM min4f thu, jtT. lallor Tw,lllnunUla.nitTtllDATSIrlral(rr. n.Qc ol II ihh. la th dra ba.tn.tt. I P. B. M. CUUI'l I4SS, Uux K. AtluU.Uk. Hardin. elected delegates kicked out of n.v.r wl4 a wtil lui im uc uoITwtmI uilt Ucllua M juur Tuale. sountntlr. KAILK0AD COUMUWIOMEHS. aVId.la Tour ltuwU Willi CuuttU. Akair.C.U AGO. the Music hall convention. Dhv Jno. w, Wood, chairman: J. F. ,,PJ5?'K,A1,Ari!ei?.u,?,oaf,ll,.oa.,ore' For sale by J. II. Williams. patch. H cents. Bold by all medicine dealer., u,,(0c iiaocfsiuarufguurtluujioooe. STATE OFFICIALS. Tbe action of flowing Ice, whether glaciers or the form of rlvtr-Uk- e broad mantling folds, is but little un derstood as compared, says John Malr In the August Atlantic, with that of Rivera other sculpturing agents. work openly wbcre people dwell, and so do the rain, and the sea thundering on all tbe shores of the world; and the State. The meeting at Library ball In this the universal ocean ol air, though in city Tuesday night, representing the visible, speaks aloud iu a thousand Filth congressional district, called a voices and explains its modes ol work Ing and its power. But glaciers back convention for August jo.leavlng the naming ot the place and other neces- In their cold solitudes work ipart sary details to the Lexlngtou confer from men, exerting their tremendous energies In silence and darkness. ence. Clark county has elected dele' Coming in vapor from the sea, flying gates tothe new convention, and Louisluvlslble on the wind, descending in ville will send the delegates that were snow changing to Ice, white, spirit expelled from the Music hall conven like, they brood outspread over the tlon. BUMHllllliHHnM.UUII liou.tn For IBSV. MoMTUa t,KUrro,lha Bl Mwud TVooii. mi Tbl Dw. wu, AIX IMIINTN 15 au. . B.U4. aa iuwiri.a. r 1RKANBAH, TEXtH. MEXICO AMIt Mlak OnAn rtV aort.a'. r.w.l 111 bmri Rim 1U4 axl tackwtmrT.,u nrtalaa, hwk,Oiuu- K.botr IITUJ Umt, fall VALIfOHNIA. Maltv aay aiu.Mbaarrwork,orMMK,ur4Mrcra MMk or a, rfttd. rrawrtwfaa. knr Lighted Veatibuled Trains wilb aiH.DO it ata t.teul km. rriMk MBS70M., Mi UlUor.wm trta. ttXI Gas r aaief Urn t.. ktt m. a4 Uck nrtalM. Mra rMBonU.uaii.ai. ,A.i,uI.rJnMliUu. vou c.i TWVJiaii wii,aiir.u i4mfl.lllno OUH SlB.Ml Calo Cars, Pullman Hleeryiraand Fre T Mriiiwarra rva rata cwt ciruosri. iiaaailllit Ham 00 Thla T.or r. aoaoo. con dklay. 6qne. oidis owb too can asio. rr Keclinini? Cha r Cars to Memnhl. anil Addreeo, SEARS, ROEBUCK fc CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. New Orleans, Pullman Tourist Car leaves Lnuia-- i ville every Thursday uigbt, anil runt tbrough toCalilornia via NewOrlcausi aud the South Pacific tiunset Route. Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win Double berth rate from Louiavil!e-tsuccess in hie. This being conceded, it is ol first importance to get your Ban fraociaco only vu.bU; pfopo- r- training at the school that stands In the very Iront rank. tionately low rates to intermediate THE BRYANT &8TRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, points. LUUINVILLE, MKNTVl'KY. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist la ) Tho Truo Winter Routo to bis line. Graduates ol this college pre let red by busU California, No Blizzards, SHORTHAND, j ness houses. Write lor n beautiful book giving tesTKLEGKAI'UY, Cold Woathor Snow timonials lrom graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 United States It will be mailed to you PKKB. Blookadoa. For particulars write to J. R. Hoi-liTraveling Pasaenirer Aeent ior o'rraun-- matr wit.iis. hhi. toiihi, ! 0. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Alto .k itUat. VoataxaaalM M taf aaarMl iralfM dpok aa4 , bim to tend yntt a copy of tbe Boulh. toupd )Mnr.ij Hutusurr, sibcuj rapratiaiaa, vtull auilaHMiinHlIu hwa MS40.04. TUI. era Home Seekers' Guide, which Is re eblATUr B1MAII TOO STEKlIIlBBJ OF, aa4 y Hf plete with interesting information W'fh.aMiOur Special Offer ("rtqe HO concerning the Southern territory. It HOpouaJcaMtbti rrtlarblvlll artmra IS mdu tut ttaek ua BllUsL aTaBaaWAaHalBwABWBWBWBWBWBWX TRlAkie MUaflaJ. H !) uivk ir iiiHtiIlkM iny ear ra ar aot rear on to,tm TnPfiln win De mailed ft vou tree. M Hliiaia ivtl mi Slt.tO. hiih n rut On tbe first and third Tuesdavs ot hrmttt ih mmi iTm tUwiW la SMiba si SS.A9 iU.0. !aU ILiMwalaa, all fllr I M9I39U lwrtia awtf nrflir INET each month Home Seekers' tickets are is ui traaiatavaMa DROPcumoo, df CAJrbouaa. BUBDZOX old to Southern and Southwestern iiuitatii-m- o II etjkAaakaa eancsrns tU " " atAnv bup al. r 9 points at Special Low Rates, good to f(tlt.n(iu, oiftjrioaf twivsi BMahLMt auiitr arton santM. with u "" Um " return within twentyoue days lrom Muma T"uSlIaa"uR " " ?: ln1',-3',,,,l,- l' dale of sale. Liberal atop-ovJ arataar lutum ruiar of aim muil rangement). umkh umV&WV'a'S,iV Memphis, ttnit Itoal . tT astiaaTaat.a OUK -, H, -WMI-K- WE MAKE THIS TOP BUOQY.'jyjLV.; aamicktak.rcu.lMUalL0aaMitwiikr4u. lt CUIItIT lAuia ttU UV, XJXIJffll C3 BKIUIAk rHIUEHlhWJi rTnHsWAT4iiBflB'99clav. wa Til X KllaH o SSK'UKS. At .., ,. to-da- t A Business $(3cie.alion o BOOK-KEEPIN- G, s, Ufm MIS I.IH. '? "I tm I iMtetaaar m&mmimm nruinp nr T w T e T 1 1 1 1 " er Scrr.e,. wt. rai x aJlBiffl-tu A. H. HANSON, O. F. A., YY. TUVH lUKUMMTUAItLUlAU CillOAOO, Iclihois. A. Keiloud, A. G. P. A., Louiaville. Ky. BA 1 1 j a. .n re$SSS$S$5S$5iWs-Tho - Southern Railway. Statu ii'niHUiii ft listnui Mtni rinti J tut mm w m viea ft r aM 4 with fullI Unrta fbaaf and la plaM for Srawart, UiotI U DlKlHaa trm9, rarrmt It I tnU1-- d aa4 tlteoratad ealataal hlcktl dravtr pulla ratUoa aa larau ImJI kaKnaTStil1tiafa.Kia lriauJl. eruiHliui am vita Iran mtmttd. Urr Math Am ka.l- - nualtl tour laotlvn ftait, atlf llirtadlnv lbr nvttiatu aaiotMtla bobUa vinatr. aajuiQii iiamb HaniHi riloiron ii(dw p( roUinte. oumtn sawed oak gKSSi" M souo aiinBiravaioa altuw aaif uiiaa ciuaau. luaaviurvir an tM ba4 iaUh.fln! j.j tlf uut. tat pnnn, fX I - m$ lffl"? Krulurli, Ureal fgtt SmI Snthirn " TASTELESS Mum, AlnliMini,, VlrKlitln.N'illlh Vntw howswof.fiarall an4dallhr A DO. YE BINDING Mwrili I'nrwllan, Huil IflMlaalppl. Trlinee, Urrs:ln, ufiUa ruction BaMiki talU pUla or an Mmi of fncy war. OUAUANTM U $ni Uh avtry luaralaa. A.U IT COSTS YOU NOTHINQ toMaii4iauilna Ihli macblna, ooiiiMrall J. I 1 ItS bilbo riima t,r CHILL TDNIC rUv1rx..astli,iK"M,V flOQ 6tfi fr Constipation, Headache, Heartburn, Indigestion, Miles Thiec Daily Trains Iletween Lottlsvillenn I Lex Ington Ohaervaton Chair Cars, Train leave anil ar live Louiaville from Seventh Street Union Deoot, connecting with trains ol the Illinois Central Rallrpad and I. II 8t U Rallwir. For Infoimatlnn, A'l1fra ... m Hi 111, Itihiilli, Ij tuUtlllt, H Tiilot. Unlilitl 8, f. P. a T. llama, aalihta ikaaa aaailka lWkl iml tic tlfi.AO. Wt ToViHW' lUUK ail. Ill If atl kat ISM ILnakhnakT It fV ansa tii.kMaiarkl ratllAttla smiiIT DILA1. aHMia4. OlWl&TO KAttar 1 Addnsi, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. $ ' r The SmithmrW'r wrmcwi Byr. Premier Typewriter -m - - ... Me,., Economical CaulncitJ V on Writing Machine. tcimttflc prtncieUt mnj DROPSY r It L WHioi, Wn. II. w i, at itmpU ptrts. If U Via mwtt AatUt udtMauJr, BtclrUtlfH rtJncti to minimum, JtUVmjBaiytlmtVrlkr, Hood's Pill J, M.4UI.P, rra M'a'r,,.' WAHIHUTUN, U. '. Urn,faAail 421 tV.A.TI'KU, AiAfaAH CtUlot. m sSS eaS H?m?rm?SSK525Ha5BwaS5tS?BNp Walnut St., CinoWaaU, nu Smith O. Prmhr Typewriter Company, 215 5th St. LouUville, Ky iAijeMJuMLftliiMr 'J '; ,!.----' i'Wj mmu 4Wai . ....A .tetlua. . itMa-v-- "' J-tf -- f if i- r- tit " r-- -