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V The The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican CJlix"fcl3iixKCommercial, I Rates. and Louisville Globe-Democra- and the Courier Journal, I ear, ft and the Toledo (O ) Blade, t ear, $1 and Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, ft and the I year, $1 year,$i 25. 25 25 25. 50. w! The HaeteobD Republican. OFFICIAL OSSiN OF The Republican has the Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County. Fine Job Work a Specialty. ? !K rUTT-I- S Ttt FOEfETH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Subscription $1 a year. No. 3. W VOL. XII. H. B. KINSOLVING, HARTEORfi; KY., FKltfAY, AUGUST 11, 1899. Formor Cltlzon of Ohio County Roasts Coobol and tho Loulsvlllo Convontlon. pie to profit those who knew him, we are desirous oFtestlfying our respect for his memory and expressing our earnest and Affectionate sympathy with the household deprived so suddenly of its earthly treasure. IThere-fo- re be it Resolved, That we most tenderly condole with the family and relatives oi our deceased friend In their hour of sore trial and sad affliction, and devoutly commend them to the keeping of Him who looks with pitying eye upon those who are borne down with grief, and who bath said, ' 'Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be S I JOHN YOUNG BROWN, 8, Attorney at Law Bbaveb Dam, Perry Westerfield, Kt. Thd Idol of Kontucky Domo-icratDonounoos Coobol-vflsIn a Plain Spoooh. m " if Mm $" fr -f- c r 6- h j. Ik. r i n fc mEl&ZZXX2 nPIUMi SBI,f Jft 4,, Herbert Kinsolving, who was once Extracts from the speech of John "Beforo my County Attorney of Ohio county, Young Brown before the Lexington wife began using spoke to the Lexington Democratic ATTORNEY AT LAW, convention: Mother's Friend conlerence as follows: UAKTroRD, KT. she could hardly If have met many earnest "Fellow Democrats of Kentucky: Special attention given to all busiget around. I do men, I see before me the comrades We meet her to day to perform one of ness entrusted to his care. Office In not sho of the past, the grandfathers and the Court House. the most serious snd important duties could fathers and the Bonn nl that nartv nl that ever became incumbent upon the get JefTejson and Jackson In whose service free, liberty-lovinM. L. HEAVtUN, Hon hearted De along I have grown gray. From the time I SssafsV mocracy of this grand old Common without castlray first ballot until to day I have it now. She haSA aHUHallH wealth. This is not a mob nor a HARTFORD, KY. used it for two nevdf hesitated about supporting the meeting of people who are seeking of comiorted." Will practice his ptolesslon In alt the Resolved, That In our natural sor- ticket of my party, that experience months and it is fice for tbe sake of office, or for any conrta ol Ohio and adjoining counties row for the loss of a true and beloved stretching back for more than tbe a great help to and Court ot Appeals. Special attcn-tio- n personal aggrandizement whatever Nows her. She does associate, who was" just entering the given to collections. of hnmanllle. To-dLoulavilleConvtutloo-an- d of thcaus. I We are here as supreme, deliberate, housework arena of a hopeful and promising refuse to do it. thority of Chairman AUIe W. Young, without troubla." considerate and devoted Democrats, Comes from Dr. D. B. Caiglle, of young manhood, we find consolation SHELBY TAYLOR, .Squire Gossom: The grand old felmany of whom never scratched a tickWashita, I. T. He writes: "Four chosen by those Committees. What in the belief that it is well with him low! ATTOJWE1 AT LA W et or bolted a ticket on the face of the for bottles ot Electric Bitters has cured it will lead to lu the future remains whom we mourn, for he HARTFORD, KY earth, to try and save the grand old wears crown righteousness surely Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had to be seen. Upon the expression of Will practice bis profession In all the a in the of I am not here to Indulge In invec- caused her great suffering the conference a Lexington, which is is an external liniment for expectant party that we love better than our for years. courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties mowers 10 use. Uvea. We are not here to destroy; land beyond the setting sun "a tive. . That is no argument, I am Terrible sores would break out on her referred to In the call, Maj. Johnston strength to attend toit gives them and Court of Appeals. Special atten. realm more fair than poet's dream." not here toblowhornsandbeatdrums may be regarded as the claimant for duties almost to the their household tlon given to all assignments in bank, we ere not here as nihilists or anarhead and face, and the best doctors honr of confineResolved, That we recognize in Sound and fury signify nothing. I could give no ruptcy. chists; but we are here with the olive help: but her cure is the bead of the party authority, and ment. It is the one and only prepara branch of peace in our hands, if you our friend and associate all those vir- want to talk to sober men and to ear- complete and her health is excellent." there is not lacking a disposition on tion mai overcomes morning sickness It is the only JNO. B. WILSON, please; but at the same time, while tues of true humanity and superior nest men, about serious facts, and ask This shows what thousands have the party of his supporters to go into and nervousness. iciucuy mm relaxes ana relieves the I BITUAUCONSTIION we propose peace, we simply demand culture of head and heart, that char-terl- how far can you go? Don't you love proved, that Electric Bitters is the litigation over the matter. strain, it Is the only remedy that your homes? Don t you love the the highest order of manhood. In the call are also provided county makes labor short and delivery justice and demand We are best blood purifier known. M...L HARTFOHD, KY. r PERMANENTLY. here for the purpose right.protesting Resolved. That In his death we vines that your wife and your chil supreme remedy for eczema,It's the meetings to elect delegates to the It Is the onlv remedv that nut easy. th of given to tetter, SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac. against the principle, If it be a prin- have lost a faithful co worker in the dren planted, and In this glorious salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and running State Convention. The oil in full breasts in condition so that swelling making r rising: is impossiDie. Don t take great cause of spiritual and social cul summer are buddlncr and bloomlntr "August 4. 1899, also Notary Publio tor Ohio County. ciple, established by the late sores. It stimulates liver, kidnev follows: medicines internally. They endanger BV D by TH1 CtMIIMl-MAH- T ..J ,, .,. . Office North side oi publictquare. "To the Democrats of Kentucky: the lives of both mother and chud. Music Hall convention at Louisville, ture, a most generons, constant friend around that sacred spot? Don't you Ur?RNIATGlSYRVP(S "A representative meeting of Ken Mothtr'e Fri.nd L told by drnrzbts lor 1 . that established the precedent that a and a zealous and conscientious chris love the roof tree and the Don't you love to look out upon your . tucky Democrats was held at LexingSnd for cur free lllmtrattd book. R. R. WEDDING partisan Chairman of a convention tian. ? 50 cents, Sold by J. H. Williams, Resolved, That we tender his pap. fields even if you own an humble Druggist ton on Wednesday, August 2, to de- Toe Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, C. ice mu at u Nwmt rau M m and a packed Committee on CredenGuaranteed. ents, brothers and sisters in this their number of acres, and when you rise in termine what ou'ht to be' done to tials can vote the whole State of Harttobd. Kt. preserve our Integrity as a party, into another cask, covering up the regardless ot the sentiments of sad hour of bereavement, our sincere the morning and go out into God's Mothers of tho Prosldonts. What Not to Say. Will practice his profession in tbe sunlight and think about human afpromote our future welfare, and re- bnnghole with a piece of slate till all the people; and as Democrats and as sympathy and condolence. ine courts ot Uhio and adjoininr RESOLVED.That a copy of these resofairs, don't you thank God that your Do not say, "I can't eat" Take fieeman, and as courageous Also Notary Public. counties. Tbe following is a complete list of buke the wrongs of the late so called fermentation has ceased. Bottle In men ot Hood's Sarsaparllla and say, lam Kentucky, we do not propose to sub- lutions be sent the family of tbe de- lot was cast in this country, of llbcrtj ? tbe maiden names of the mothers ol Democratic convention held lu Louis six months, and it will be drinkable hungry sit the time, and food never mit to any such tyranny as that. Far- ceased and also spread upon the tbe Presidents of the United States ville. After miturc deliberation it in twelve months' time. 3E3. JSHF1 hurts me." ther than that, it wc cannot get any record of the Hartford Baptist Sunday I have fought the battles of Democ- printed by the Boston Transcript; was determined that a convention of 2. Ten pounds of fresh grapes are R. T. Wedding ) Never say to your friends that yon sort ot adjustment otherwise in this School. racy with the grandfathers of some of Washington.Mary Ball; John Adams, tbe Democrats of Kentucky who are put into a large jar or crock; thre P. C Miller, Com. are as tlrtd In the morning as at controversy or In this conference, we HARTFOllD, KY. the men who are here to day. I have Susanna Bowlston; Jefferson, Jane in favor of civil liberty and honest quarts boiling water poured over J W. M. Fair, Wtil practice bis profession in all night. It they happen to be sharp will simply nomlnste a fought them with the fathers of some Randolf; Madison, Nelle Conway; party Government be held at Lexing them, and when the water Is cool better Demotbe Courts ot Kentucky. Special at- they will tell you Hood's Sarsaparllla cratic August 16, 1899, for the enough to permit of It squeeze the Dlscovorod by a Woman. of the men here to day, and for long Monroe, Eliza Jones; J. Q Adams, ton, Ky ticket that will represent the tention given to collections, 'settle cures that tired feeling. purpose nominating Democratic grapes well with the hand. After alnentot decedent's estates, road cases Do not say, "My face la full of pim- people of Kentucky, who are now not Another great discovery has been years, shonlder to shoulder, I have Abigail Smith; Andrew Jackson, candidatesofwho will command the re lowing the jar to remain three of four Elizabeth Hutchison; Van Buren, represented, and we will enforce those been in line with the old Office up suit criminal practice. spect and will be entitled to the sup days, add 5 pounds of sugar. Allow Ulr next door to Griffin'sdrug store. ples." You aie quite likely to be told precepts and tenets of Democracy that made, and that too, by a lady in this men who are now present here. Where Maria Hose; Harrison, Elizabeth by some one, "There's no need of that, are expressed in tke few simple It to remain for one week, skim and Tyler. Mary Armlstead; Polk, port of every Democrat In the State. words, country. "Disease fastened its clutch- - Is the man who can say that in all the for Hood's Sarsaparllla cures pirns thst the majority shall rule. (Apes upon her and for seven years she fifty years I have ever failed or falter- Jane Knox; Taylor, Sarah 'By this meeting I was recognized strain carefully, then bottle, corking Strotber; pies." plause.) In no convention in the withstood its severest tests, but her ed? Do you call me a bolter now do Fillmore. Phoebe Millard; Pierce, as the chairman of the State Demo loosely. After the fermentation la AnORKEY and COUNSEUOR at LAW, It Is improper and unnecessary to State ol Kentucky or in any other vital organs were undermined and you call me a renegade when I lift my Anna, Kendrick; Buchanan, Elizabeth cratic committees. Therefore, by completed strain and seal tightly. (HOTARV PUnUC) say, "My health Is poor and my blood Commonwealth of the United States death seemed Imminent For three voice, when I take in my hand the Speer; Lincoln, Nancy Hanks; Johns virtue of my authority as said chair HARTFORD,- KENTUCKY. Tho Appotlto of a Goat Is bad." Hood's Sarsaparllla will was there ever seeu such a Will practice his profession in all spectacle months she conghed Incessantly, and Constitutions of my country, State son, Mary McDonough; Grant, Han- man, I appeal to tbe Democrats of th t courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- give you good blood, and good health upon the face oi the earth as the late could not sleep. She finally discovers and national, when I lift np the his- nah Simpson; Hayes, Sophia Birch-ar- Kentucky to assemble at their respecIs envied by all poor dyspeptics ties and tbe Court of Appeals. Prompt will follow as a natural consequence. tory of Kentucky and the history of Music Hall convention at Louisville, ed a way to recovery, by purchasGarfield, Eliza Sallou; Arthur, tive county seats In mass convention whose Stomach and Liver are out of attention given to all business entrust, ing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Democracy, and am animated by all Malvina Stone;Cleveland,Aonie Neal; on Saturday, August is, 1899, at 1 order. All such should know that had a billygoat; its tall was when 316 sovereign delegates, repre"Mary to his care. Discovery for Consumption, and was of Its teachings, because I won't bow Harrison, Elizabeth Irwin, McKInley, o'clock p. m , or at such other time Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won-- , OfQce in Republican building. aort o' bent, and everywhere that senting that many of the Democratic or pi ace prior to Augus: 10, 1899, as derlnl Stomach and Liver Remedy, so much relieved on taking first dose, my neck to the usurpation of the Nancy Campbell Allison. Miry goes that lamb is sure to went. voters of Kentucky, were expelled directed by the Lexington meeting.to gives a splendid she slept all night; and with two Louisville convention ; do you say appetite, sound diHe fillowcd her to school one day, from the hall forcibly, with police, that P & FELIX. J. EDWIN sows. bottles, has been absolutely cured. that clouds my character or reflects Rev. J. M. Ylngllng, pastor or the attend the general convention in gestion and a regular bodily habit which made her hot as Cre, for firemen and other thugs lined up ben Ky August 16, 1899. Democracy Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. upon the integrity of my purpose? It Bedford Street Methodist church at that insures perfect health and great she had gone thcie on he wheel, and tween the "Delegates to attend ouch convenCumberland, Md., says: "It affords there represented, and the chair, to Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., is a foul accusation, and I repel it. energy. Only 25 cents at any Ding billy ate the tire." Exchange. me much pleasure to recommend tion irom counties which have hereto- Store. prevent any sort of expulsion from of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at aaaa Appondlcltis Curo. Colic, Cholera and fore acted are hereby recognized as HARTFORD. KY. that convention, except by slaughter J.'H. Williams' Drug Store. Regu' Are the men who died In battle, on Chamberlain's In Momorlam. Wltl practice in the Courts of Ohio Diarrhoea Remedy, I have used It regular delegates to tbe State Conor massacre. Those law abiding lar size 50c and i. 00. Every bottle the fields of Mexico and on The Associated Press gives an acthe Fed- and know others jijhir1 county and Court of Appeals. Prompt vention. Very respectfully, guaranteed. have done so. Tommy Mamma, why have you eral and Southern side in the civil attention given to all business en count of a remarkable cure of appen-dlclt- is Democrats submitted for the time, bat P. P. Johnston, I have never known it to fall. It is to go home and protest to that Hon-- , got pap'a hair In a locket? trusted to our care. Office in Herald war, are the heroes of Kentucky who What Liquid Air Will Do. made in tbe case of a woman a sure cure when (taken in time." "Chairman Democratic State Central building. His Mother To remind me that he In a New York hospital where no hearted Democratic constituency, that have gone to Cuba and Manila to fight and Executive Committees." was never known to quail before any once had some, Tommy. Jewelers Think a kettle of liquid air on a the battles of our flag, are they made For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & kulfe was used, no medicine, no poulBro. m Weekly. JOHN T. RONE, tice, no ipecac, none of the usual living thing, and we will come to the cake of ice the ice so much hotter ot stuff that would surrender the flag CUBE A COLD III ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab methods or physicians and surgeons front this time to redeem the grand than the liquid air that it sets tbe surrender the Constitution surFolk Loro. During the civil war, as well as In lets. All druggists refund money if CKNTKRTOWM, KY. kettle render their homes like miserable to treat this most serious oi ailments. old party of Kentucky. In all th u lain to cure. 25c. ine genuine nas our late war with Spain, diarrhoea Will praclletj hie "We are not here as dlsruptlonlsts, Spill a dlpperfnl of on your best Be sure that for every fog you get L. B. Q. on each tablet aariearonla aatt atijelalaceaaaliee So simple was the method employed bolters or anarchists. We are here as silk dress. Yon seeit it saturated. cowards, and submit to the dominatf was one of the moat troublesome distion of any political or military power In March you will have a frost In May. Appeal. Mpcclal all.B that only eight minutes elapsed Irom aad Uaarl eases the army had to contend with. rvll.ellaaa. oaSsela W. the time tbe physician reached the tke Democracy of Kentucky. Some Look again not a mark of moisture. on earth? la llan If the thread knots while sewing No Early Dangor of Crowding. In many Instances It became chronic A. Haaa Uallalar. of us in 1896, when the clouds ot Dip a handkerchief In it; soak it patient nntll he had completed the and the old soldiers still sufthe sewer will live to see the garment treason and of political opposition thoroughly. Draw ijt out dry as can work. We are under the impression that it fer from it. Mr. David Taylor, of I have in past speeches glorified the worn out. lowered over the horizon, went to the be. The operator, Dr. Helmer, of New will be some time belore Clay county, Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., is one of history ol this Commonwealth. I While peacock feathers are kept in Throw a quart on the floor. Hear have spoken of her illustrious sons York, seemed only to apply one band front and uplifted tbe banner of WillKy., Is very thickly settled. Peoria these. He uses Chamberlain's Colic to a point midway between tbe thigh iam Jennings Bryan, and carried it it fall; see it spread in a second no of her renown in peace and in war. the house sickness will never be kept Herald. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and out of it. Haiitkord, Kt. of the woman and a joint above the from the Big Sandy to the Tennessee sign. Are we to lose it all ? Has manhood says be never found anything that Special attention given to all business river throughout this State; and, alIf the sun goes down behind a bank Grapo Wlno. Put your finger In feels like vel fled to brutish beasts, and are we to would give him such quick relief. en trusted to his care. Office in Court stomach; then bent up tbe right leg though by treason and corruption, of clouds on Friday It will rain on vet. the patient at tbe knee joint and gave be called up and voted like dumb House. 1. Wash sound, ripe grapes well It is lor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & betrayal and rascality we were deSunday. Pnt an egg in you'll need a big driven cattle? the leg a slight twist by means of a m with your hands in an earthen pan, or, Bro. quick motion, euvptylng the the ap- feated in that contest, it never has for hammer to break it. If one mends a garment while wear- it not with your bands, with a perA voice Not on your life. R. E. LEE8IMMEBMAN, one moment dimmed the ardor or disMercury becomes as metal drives A Neighborhood Tragody. pendix by forcing the femur bone Gov. Brown Are you ready for It ? ing it every stitch taken, represents an fectly tasteless stick of wood. Do Democracy nails. enemy which will be made. against it. Told was repeattd two or couraged the Voices No, no. not crush the seeds; Btraln the liquor "We bought a lawn mower at the Iron and steel becomes brittle as HABTroBD, Kt. three time, and the operation was at that made that fight. If a pen drops and sticks in the into a cask, gently squeeze the pulp, Montague auction." .Gov.Brown Here be questions that "But what do we see confronting glass. Will practice bis profession in all the an end. The woman is up and about floor the owner's lover lives in the di- pouring the remainder of the juice "Well.that was all right.wasn't it?" rise above party platforms. o Potatoes become like Ivory balls, 'All right Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and v$ls no inconvenience whatever us in this campaign? We see the Maria says is our old Dr. Berry Here be fundamental rection towards which it inclines. tbe cask (strained). Let it stand one which they borrowed it Courier-Journ- al and the Times, those and never Collections carefully and promptly at- irom the operation. Exchange. Lead stiff and elastic, like steel. rights that have been invaded and If a spider is found on one of your aside for a fortnight, then draw it off returned." Detroit Free Press. papers that lined up against us, and tended to. Office with T. J. Smith Rubber ball fragile as sn eggshell. outraged. Will Kentucky submit? garments it signifies that you will &Ce,, Market tilreet. were kind enough to call us miserable m Cries No, no. soon have a new one of the same sort. Ho Foolod Tho Surgoons. backwoodsmen, Ignorant laborers, ORN-OU- T Gov. Brown And if you submit toIf a hairpin sticks out but does not J. E. DAVIDSON, anarchists, fools sad dullards. We find them the only papers of general 'All doctors told Renlck Hamilton, day, what will be the consequences in fall the wearer wilt have a disappointWOMEN circulation throughout the State lin- of West Jefierson, O., after suffering the .future? ment; It It falls her lover Is thinking HARTFORD, KT., Squire Gossom Tbe grandest man ot her. ing up against us, and on the one 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he Matt viomin art Will practice his profession la Ohio Kentqcky ever produced! drudges. Sent art side they have Goebellsm, and on the would die unless a costly operation If a person's two front teeth are and adjoining couutiet. Special atGov. Brown It Is a serious thing willing, torn art other McKlnleylsm. II that be De- was performed; but he cured himself wide enough apart to place a gold coin tention given to all business entrusted to me to part with the Democratic unwilling. Soma mocracy, God save the grand between them he will always be rich, to his care. old with five boxes of Buckleys Arnica party. women dradgs for Commonwealth. We wilt not sub- Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth, If a peahen calls, a donkey brays, themsslves, mit to A voice No, we are not going to It We will carry this war to and tbe beat Salve in the World. 35 leave it; we are going to save it. some for th.lr pigs carry straw, geese flap their family. Their the polls, It necessary, in November, cents a box. Sold by J. H. Williams, Gov. Brown I am yet a Democrat. wings, a pot boils dry or tbe clouds irreatest care should bs given to routln Is and we shall simply put tbe stamp of Druggist. move northward, It will rain, Ex. MOST VIOLENT CASES HAVE lltila sore. clmrJe or scratch which HABTFORD, KY. When I say "Part with the Democratno matUr treason, force, treachery and fraud ehows no dUsuoaftlon to heal under ordln- how ilUhty feet T Cera Ooatitlpatloa rorewer. Will practice his profession in all the ic party," I mean a false ticket of that change. IDDClDCtl IT C1D0T 10 arytreatment No one can tell how soon three upon the whole gang of them that m Ttta CucireU Cud Ctlhtrtla 10a or ISe. they work. courts of Obioand adjolnlngcountie ArrtrUiLU A I Nilol hO will develop Into Cancer ot the wont type. It u O. O. (all la cure, dratsUu refund Doner. party. (Applause ) And after mature Sugar and Advertising. VTomsnnsvur betrayed the party in 1896 lrMf 1 . Careful attention will be given to a So many people die from Cancer simply be consideration, as I have told you, I Colhalf Ukt ears of themselves. Early they do disease la; business entrusted to his core. "Now, I have said more than I InWorsoThan tho Dlaoaso. MERE PIMPLES. cause naturally not know just what the the doctors, am unwilling to do it because my decayand wrecked llvesabound,ma!niy tended, they turn themselves over to Office over Ohio lections a specialty. It .takes two spoonlnla of sugar to but I am one of those Demoand are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous through negleet. Brtry woman should manhood rebels. My sense of duty Handout Harry I wasted de hull County Bauk. Also Notary Publio. sweeten a cup of coffee for the aver operation the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. The diseasa have the book called "Health and crats who, when they get warmed up, protests, and if I falter in that duty age person, Suppose yon economize promptly returns, however, and Is even more violent and destructive than Beauty," which th Ifediolna are not afraid, and are not abashed to nioruln' yesterday read In' a piece in . before. Cancer U a deadly poUon In the blood, and an operation, plaster, or from any selfish consideration of the de paper about how ter git rich. HO-toyCo., Columbus, 0., will mall on request. tell tbe truth in tbe presence of anythe next time you drink coflec.and put other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon It. The cure must Tiepass Teddy Didn't it tell how future, I would feel that I was a moral in a half spoonful or a spoonful. easy things to do body upon the face of the ATTORNEY- AT LAW, It tails women somaand all Have come from within tha last vestige of poison must be eradicated. esrth." to protect health, about the coward, and should blush when I went you saved any sugar? yer could do it? roRUMVIIXE, UKNTDVUT. Mr. Wm. Walpole, of Walahtown, 8. D sayst "A Gness not, tor for women'a peculiar Will practice bis profession In all the virtues of Handout Harry It didn't tell no home1 to receive the kisses of my wife the coffee Isn't sweet yet. Bat pnt little blotch about the size of a pea came under my left eve, gradually growlna larger, from which shootlnc pains Ohio and adjoiniug counties Ills. Miss Lizzie Peters, Mascoutah, Resolutions on tho Death of way but workln'. San Francisco courts of and family, (Applause.) 111., writes: Claudo A. Stevens. that other spoontul in, and yon make at intervale ran in all direction. I became greatly alarmed and Court of Appeals. Special Squire Gossom The grandest man ana consulted a good doctor, who pronounced ft Cunoer, "lam perfectly cured of female weaktbe first and second spoonfuls bring collections. Offico given to a meeting ot tbe Hartford BapAt the world ever produced! and advised that it be out out, but tide I could not conness by taking and results. It completes the sweetening next door to Post Office. sent to. I read in my local paper of a cure effected by I hare gained thirty-seve- n Gov. Brown I do not believe that a operation, pounds tist Sabbath school, held Sunday, July B. B. 8., aud deoidod to try it ll aoted like a charm, the Just tbe same with newss since I began taking My 30, 1899, the following preamble and truly brave man la ever driven by paper space.a Cancer becoming at first irritated, and then discharging e space is a parSftfaflH friends are wondering what makea resolutions were latun kt.ll. very freely. This gradually grew leas and then disconMrt4Wlaf . public clamor. Let him stand fouradopted: rM..M tial or total failure, while a big one wiftv tinued altogether, leaving a email scab which soon drop..rf.t.u.ir.M.i.r tlMMIM.- - afaaaa me look so bright and healthy, I Whereas, We feel the irreparable square to every wind that blows. Let brings back the dollars let the ped off. and now only a healthy little soar remains wbera it costs, and 1 M.nfMi ..fc..37!TamVIbLsotA, w,- -i Vould like tomedlolneworld know what loss we have sustained blm be like Clan Alpine's oakt "Tbe more, too Sionx City uLii v.. uMt egjl I "A 1 wonderful what threatened to destroy my life once held full sway." U." by the decease saxiil a (la.) Tribune. aK2BvAaV oaaaaaaaa Positively the only cure for Cancer fa Swift's Bpeclflo SH OkmAflfr- -! firmer he roots him tbe ruder it blows Woman's diseases are mainly catarrh of our friend and associate, Claude A. of the pelvlo organs. drliea Stevens, who departed this life, July Room blm." r3d I I MsaiiMsai sllTallr sisaVlswM r Obi out every phua of catarrh. Had aSuroThlng. pld liver, and cure A tbe tor lilUsWlUL fgwhliayy, Mrs. Eliza Wlke, No. ISO Iron Street, 19th, 1899,'and know ol tbe still blllouuitu, sick I headache, Jiucaiee, because It is tbe on T' remedy wnion can go ueep enougn to reoon tna root or tlon, etc. Tber ar In heavier loss sustained by those who luatea, Indlges Gentlemen, tbls Is a critical time, Citizen Why don't you reform and thedlsettNand force t out of the system nernianenUr. A aursloal operation Akron, 0., writes) valuable to prevent a cold or break up a does not reach tho blood the real seal ot the disease because A llood oa Mdt "I would be In my grave now If were nearest and dearest to him, and fever. Mild, ceutle, certain, tber are worthy I look Into earnest faces. I want yon become an honest man? tut tx cut ouxiy. I mlit unon 8. H. t nothlncr can take Its nlace. at aoave WiiKRKAS, We recognized In him a your confluence. Purely verttable, they to go forth from tbls convention and A. 8. 8. cures also any case of Scrofula, Edema, Rheumatism, Contagious Beggar No, sir. Yon don't catch nil look at tr-- It had not been for your dod-setaken remedy, I was a brokaav true and faithful worker In our school can beZSe. at by children or delicate women. tell Your neighbors, and tell them to me giving np a sure thing for an un BlobdPoleon, Uloers, Sores, or any other form of blood dlseaae. Valuable Price, or by mall all medicine dealers bookaTxi Cancer and Blood Disease will bo mailed tree to any adjfas fcf J tell their neighbors, mxvm ntwH town wossaa, now I aia well" knew him to be a worthy exam? (X 0, Hoop t Co, Lowell, Uin, that the alarm certainty. Judge. Swift SfacUto CasBPany. Atlanta, Georgia. JOHN P. MORTON attorney at Law Acts gently on Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Jystem Cleanses the ay bell has been rung, and It Is time for CALL ISSUED BY JOHNSTON men who love Kentucky, who love Democracy, who love home-rule- , who Dologatos aro to bo ChoBon to love tbe dignity ot Kentucky citizenol Demsoloctan ship, to stand together like a band ot ocratic Ticket. brothers and save the wrecking of your party and the destruction, In all Most ominous for the adherents of probability, of your State. Goebel and the believers in the outrageous Louisville Democratic State I give you my hand ol fellowship, Convention, is the call Issued by P. and in the coming years when I am P. Johnston for a State Democratic gone those of you who may survive Convention to be held on August 16, me and press the grass that may grow at Lexington. j green over my grave, I beg of you to The call Is signed by Maj. Johnston do this honor to my memory that as chairman of the Democratic State there sleeps a man who was true to Central and Executive Committees. his duty, as he understood it, by the This is oa the face of a challenge of light thst God gave him. the authority of the State Central and Executive Commltees chosen by the Glorious Antl-Goob- A HUSBMD SAYS: & think her the Mothers Friend! w 1 3v'HfH r Attorney at Law d Attorney at Law, vsi1 :& nu Ken-tnck- WZ .... Attorney at Law, 3F. ftTi, gray-heade- d Baa-se- tt; J. S. R.'Wedding, d; Rowe & Felix, Lex-Ingto- a, lion-heart- ed ATTORNEY AT LAW irtulH ela Attorney at Law, v Attorney at Iaw d in-t- 1 Attorney at Law, A SMALL SPOT Attorney at Law, J&ieL Pfl MAY BE CANCER. ?, and-Us- s) S. 3P. - - n Man-a-ll- a. ft ..I M too-llttl- aK a "MftBM fHUDlLLS t a S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD 8-- a, ad Hartford Republican. la-u- this ebony black negro whom tho colored people hero would not rccogniic? Had you forgotten tho hand bills you by the? HARTroillt 1'UIIMNIIIMi CO Ml' A NT made without money and without price Incorporated. announcing bis appointment? Had you forgotten bow you sneaked up to Fon Rogers, 1 KDITf RS. tho court bouse at the appointed time Jno. H. Thomas J and sneaked away whon you touud that no ouo would come out to hear Offlco on Fox Stroot. your ncgru speak? 1 WILL BRYAN COME? Is it possiblo that Col. W. J. Bryan will appear In Kentucky politics this year? A sane man always avoids trouble when he tees it In his pathway and we are inclined to think that Mr. Bryan is of this class, but should he appear in tbe contest this fall with the Democratic press against him, but Goebel and tbo OiurierJournal nominally In his support, we could easily write his epitaph for 1900. Should ho come we would concludo that he had a fit ot hallucination of tbe mind, or else mesmerized and only did what tbe hois commanded. However, the poor man may come, ho went to New York and found that they did not care to stock themselves with 50c dollars, he camo to Chicago and beard a similar reply, be visited Ohio and the reception was of a nature other than pleas aut, and now Billie if you como down in old Kentucky in tbe interest of Goebel, we'll fight you with tbe very beet Democrats in your realm, then wu'Jl set tho Butler county boy after you and well, what he would do for The Colonel you would be is certainly in the middlo of a very bad fix. His party is divided and scattered iu every quarter ; his platform is also weak, a plank in New York runs counter with one in New Orleans and bo attempts to stand on both, Tbe proper thing for tbe Colonel to do would be to go back to bis Nebraska home and remain with Mrs. Bryan until farther notified. Subscrlptloni Mn. W. M. Likiss has sold his interest in the Beavor Dam Qltanrr nnd at Hartford Entered at the In his farewell stated that he would as second class mall matter. preach the death and bulla! ol the wine glass throughout the confines of the . FRIDAY, AtHJUST II. State during the ensuing campaign. Thero would be great rejoicing of tho nngels In heaven if this could be done, but we can't hope for very great suc cess for him iu his efforts since there aro othei features in the campaign that will consume the time and thought of tho people, but no greater curse ine ever visited any people than th glass. post-office $1 per year In advance REPUBLICAN TICKET. run ;ovi.itNoit, l Iluller t'ni 1). 11 FOB 1.1 El'TKN of l.oill-tlll- e. run HEcnnrAHY ov ktatk, ill Hliox toll Illy. roit attohnky ir.M:nAi., CLirSCiT . nUT7, ol lloiUln limiily. rOHU C. SET. ol lloiirlion mil Aiiinioit, County. FOIl TltKAMIHI.It, VTAI.TES C. Jk, ol Jlreallillt Comity. I'Olt NUI'T. I'UIII.It) IMSTIUJITIOX, ol I'miiptiell County. TOTZ2.T Z3T7ZS3CS, may suit the fancy of the Goebel leaders to claim that tbe opposition to the ticket of tbe Louisville bogus con vention is found only in the ranks of tbe L. & N. and other railroad circles, but such is a delusion founded on tbe vain fancies of hope. It is policy for the leaders to claim that all is well at home, however bad and dangerous it may be. Tbe truth of the situation in Haitford, at any rate, is that many of her best citizens arc firmly aud determinedly opiicscd to tho Goebel way, they owe no ticket, and, nllrgiaoco to any railroad or other concern. They owe allegiance to conscience and country. by-lh- It INCONSISTENCY. The Courier' Journal, in an editorial of March lGth, 1898, said: "We are woefully mistaken In the people ol Kentucky if any party can live that identifies itself with Goebelism. The Legislature that has just died in ignomy has done all it could to send tbe Democratic party to an open grave." is certainly The right iu its opinion ot tbe people of No party can live and be Kentucky. successful that makes Goebelism tbe of its foundation- chief corner-ston- e In the face ot this broad assertion the Courier-Journhas now bowed to tbe same corrupt king and advocates his election to tbe highest office in tbe State. There can be no valid reason given for such a radical change. That distinguished journal fought Goebel with nil its might and the party of which he is one chief exponent Today it humbly bows to tbe most corrupt ot corrupt men, forgets its past history and sings songs of praise of the king ot tbe corrupt and corruption to the manhood ot Kentucky. Again it Cbtirier-Journal- If William Jennings Bryan comes to Kentucky to aid in defence of Goebel and Goebelism, he will manifest mil rOM'KflF AUIIICVl.TI'lli:. CA.rr'. j msocsMOETOsr very poor judgment, such as has not ol Inyeiieloniiiy. yet been accredited him by his adrUK NTATF. NENATOIt, His letter which appeared mirers. . sometime ago in interest of the Red-wi- ne ol Ilullrr Oninly. aud police ticket was a mark of FOII ltKI'ltKSKTATIVi:, indiscretion and poor judgment. That HOIT. X5. C. 3AHXT.A.3TX7. ol JSenvrr JIhiii. mistake alone shadowed and tbo love for him of many FOB. MAUIHTIt.il r a-- . . honest Democrats in Kentucky. The ol liiiuilec. opposition to Goebel is found among FOH staiii.i:, that class of Democrats who hold the country's wellare above party interest Ol JIUKO. and tho loss of the good will of that Vui;n Co!. Watterson enters tbe class of men means disaster to the field for Goebcl be should take Goebel loser. and his in one end of his saddle-bag- s At a Democratic convention held lecture on "Whisky, Money and Morat tho court house Monday atternoon, als" in tbe other, they should all be Mr. L. L. Stewart was launched upon associated in the common cause. a bark consigned by fate to a disas John P. altoeld, Irous voyage down Salt River. Only fellow partisans took part of of Illinois, who is a close friend and a few his in tho ceremonies, notwithstanding the adviser of Col. Bryan, Bays Mr. Bryan that a very large crowd had as will not come to Kentucky to speak fact semblcd in town. It is very sad even for Goebcl ami thinks it not unlikely witness a disastrous a flair, but how that he will come out fquarely against to much more sad to participate. When the boss from Covington. Mr. Stewart, with his scattered, weak, De.mociiatic candidates for Senator disorganized and oft defeated forces, and Representative are just now in meet Col, Jarnagin with a determin the middle of a very bad fix. Their ed host, late returned from a victori. constituents are demanding to know ous field and stimulated with victory, whether they are for Goebel or Brown, not only defeat but disaster is sure and it is rather a "Be d d if you do and inevitable. and be d d if you don't" predicaThe history of Democracy for the ment, don't you see? lost fifty years is a history of succea- Tub latest news from Beaver Dam sive and repeated failutes, party di is that Col. W. Fred Long and Prof. visions, bolts and every other disaster 18G0 S. C. Steveus have entered the jour- known to political history. In nalistic field. They have purchased the old party ship stranded on tbe the Beaver Dam Gleaner and propose slavery question. Her crew unable to to make it talk Republicanism in the agree formed three parties and put to future. We are glad it has at last sea in an effort for redemption in their found a good policy and is in tbe respective barks. Tbe same spirit that brought disaster to tbe party in 'CO hands of those worthy young men. slept in tbe bosom of her sons until Tiicdemaud upon the United States '9G, when it reappeared. Disaster Treasury for paper money, just now, came again. As a result of recent the same conditions is almost us strong a the demand for developments coufront Kentucky Democracy and gold during the Cleveland administra lion, and Secretary Gage has ordered the fame results aro inevitable. Disasgold certificates to the amount of ter follows as a result of bad manage810,000,000 issued against cold in tbe ment of nflaiis or as a consequence of Treasury. Tho endlets chain is harm-les- s championing n bad cause. The cause when a real financier is at tbe of the first great disaster is recorded in human blood upon tbe pages ol hisbead of the Federal Treasury. tory. Tbe cause of the disaster of '00 Ex Goviuineu John P. Altoeld, was tbo advocacy of unsound nnd of Chicago, a Democrat of National dangerous iisues. Tho causo of tbe character and one. of tbe chief man- impending disaster now banging like agers of Mr. Bryan's campaign iu a pall over tbe lifeless form of Democ181)0, sayet racy in Kentucky is the practice ot its "Goebel will be crushed to leaders within its own home of the atoms. The Democrats of Kenbasest and most dangerous forms of tucky will not tolerate methods Democracy rascality and corruption. that override tbe will of the people. Goebel was nominated by beaded by an finds its ticket main strength. The South docs unscrupulous politician who entered not like that sort of thin?, and it the Louisville convention with tho iu- be rebuked at the polls." will Btructlon of lees than one. sixth ot the Tim: Goebehtea are boasting that party's delegated votoaud by tbe practheir King breathed tbe grandest ex tice of euch frauds as were never pression of bis time when be paid iu known beforo in tbe commonwealth liia speech accepting bis ttoleu succeeded in deflating tho will and wish of tbo party aud by the aid of "I never got anything In my tho police and firo department forces life that I did not have to fight of tbe city succeeded In crownfor It." Evidence of a great man, to be sure, ing himself the victor, Tho free silbut just thiol: how appropriately the ver platform, onco held up to ridicule GnirUr-Joutnand noble Jesse James might have made and scorn by tbe which is again endorsed by Democthis same Statesmanlike expression. Jesse never won any of hit great steals racy Iu Kentucky Is without n party organ for a champion save the insigwithout a fight. nificant ifeutnger, of Owensboro. The Tub Goebel organ here says the di- Qjiinrr-Joiri- i advocates tho election visions iu the Democratic party will of Goebel and bis ticket aud the redefeat tbe King of Kenton and tbe pudiation of Bryan aud the Chicago State will again fall into the bands of platform, As in 18!)0 tho honest "negro coddler." May tho Lord have Democrats aroused by a sense of duty mercy on yuir hypocritical soul, had to party and country, havo declared you forgotten the negro Armiitead themselves against knavery, rascality whom you brought here a few weeks and bowtsm, and in favor of fair play ago to make a free silver speech, and and honest elections. Who censures who, for three long day, sat in your them? Who could blame them? None olllce cbalr as your guest ol honor ? but those whose purposes and motives Had you forgotten how you coddled are less pure, be fully met, and reduced rates arc assured. Persons desiring the bene fit ol this rate must purchase regular tickets to Owensboro, and at the time of said purchase must procure from the railroad agent certificates showing that regular tickets have been sold. These certificates must be pro sented to one of the secretaries of the association, who will endorse them to the effect that the persons named therein were in attendance at the as 80clatlon. Upon presentation of these ccrtlGlcatea, properly endorsed, to the railroad ticket agent at Owensboro within three days after the adjournment of the association, return tick ets will be sold at one third fare Tickets going may be purchased within three days before tbe opening of the association, or the first three days thereof, and return tickets may be putchased at thereduced rate within three days after the adjournment It is absolutely necessary, however, that the certificates above mentioned be procured when the ticket to Ow ensboro is bought, and that it be endorsed by a secretary of the association. This rate is granted to all sta tlons on the Owensboro and Nashville between Adairvllle and Owensboro; on the Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis between Louisville and Henderson; and on the Owensboro branch of tbe Illinois Central. Also tbe Illinois Central has granted the same rate from stations on its main line between Spring Lick and Norton ville, Inclusive, to Central City, upon the same condition as above stated, that is when the ticket to Central City is purchased a certificate must be procured, which, when properly endorsed, as above stated, aud presented to the ticket agent at Central City, entitle the holder to the reduc ed rate returning. THE INSTITUTE. (Concluded from last week ) THURSDAY.' The Ohio County Teachers' Instl tute met at 8 a. m. The house was called to order by Chairman Rogers After song, led by Prof Taylor, devotional exercises were conducted by Prof Rny. After roll call and reading and approval of the minutes, Supt. Rogers made a few remarks relative to the examination for entrance In Kentucky State College which is to be held the third Friday in this month. The morning's program by a timely address by Prof, O. M. Shunts, subject "Natuie our Great Teacher." He urges tbat the lessous of nature be Inculcated In the school room and that the pupil should be cucouraged to oh serve the works of nature and nature's love. His talk was well received. In the absence of Mr. P. II. Ross to whom had been assigned the subject "Why Teach Physiology," Prof Groves very Interestingly discussed that subject. He advises that neatness, cleanliness and the simple rules ol hygiene be observed In tbe school room His remarks were replete with excellent thoughts and good advice, and were an eloquent tribute to the advantages of cleanliness and purity. In the absence of Mr. II C. Crow-de- r, Dr. J. S. Fitzbttgh spoke entertainingly on the sulject "Course of Study, Subject, Matter aud Time." He advises the elimination of all unnecessary technical terms from the physiology lessons and a not too close adherence to the text book. Prof Ray next continued the discussion by a few well received words on "The Concrete Methods of Teaching Physl olc;y." Tbe subject was further dhu enssed by Messrs. R. T. Wedding, S. C Stevens and J D Oliver and con cluded by Instructor Ray. Recess, ten minutes. Alter recess thesubj-c- t of Civics was introduced by Instructor Morton, and in the absence of Miss Alberta Grrer was fittingly discussed by Bltcb Shields and Prot. Ray. J. D. Oliver then read n good paper on the "Ob ject of the Study of Civics." He wished to impress upon the teachers the importance of a knowledge of our government "How to Teach State Constitution" was then discussed by U. C Barnett followed by Alvye John ston who spoke relative to the manner in which tbe U. S. Constitution thould be taught. Mr. Ozna Shults and Miss Mollle Tunstall conclndcd the discus slon of Civics. Recess, ten minutes. After recess the subject of History was introduced by Instructor Ray, aud in tbe absence of S. B. McKenney The End in View in its Teaching" was very ably discussed by him. J Henry Barnes next very pointedly discussed tbe subject when introduc ed and subject matter for each grade He was followed by D. II. Godsey He upon "Methods and Devices." says the ttacher must be thoroughly prepared, to teach successfully. It coirelation with other branches was next very pointedly commented upon by O M. Shults. Current Events was next very briefly discussed by J. S. Fitzhugh He advises that they should be taught in school. Noon recess from 11:45 a. m. to 1:00 p m. In the afteruoon after roll call and song the Formal Steps of Instruction was very ably and thoroughly discussed by Instructor Ray. He emphasized the fine points to be noticed i, e. Preparation, Presentation, Association, Generalization and Application. School Management was next Introduced in a few well chden words by Instructor Moiton, in the absence otj B Taylor. Program of Daily Study was brlt fly discussed by J. E. Davidson, M. D Maddox and Prof. N. T. Groves They agreed that a fixed dally program was necessary. Prof. Groves towels, wash bowls, recommends brushes, combs, etc. Punishment was next very ably discussed by Miss Sophia Davidson, followed by Miss Lee Chlnn with a well written paper upon the suljcct of Improper Punishment. A few well pointed remarks were made by Hon. J. B. Wilson and Prof. N. T. Groves. Subject closed by a short talk by Instructor Morton. He says the more intelligent and enlightened the pupils ore, the less need the teacher will have of corporal punish ment. Recess, ten minutes. Alter recess the "Qaerry Box" was opened and much interest was manifested In the discussion ol the many Important questions asked. The Institute then arjourned to meet aguin at 8:00 p, iu. After adjournment the members ol tbe Institute repaired to the grove In tbe court house yard for the purpose ol having the group ol the Institute made by Mr. Fielden. The night exercises were exceedingly Interesting and Instructive and were well ei joyed by a Urge and appreciative audience. Total number ol teacher's enrolled ; 13, males 75, females 38. Notlco to Crodltors. All persons having claims against the estate of Christopher Allen, de ceased, are notified to present the same properly proven as required by law before met at my home on the C. Allen farm, on or before the loth day of September, 1899, or they will forever be barred. 5 cut. it. 3xo-w.fl:r- rirsTrcon. Mrs. I'lorencb Allen, Executrix of Christopher Allen. You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Z Wayne Griffin & Dro. will refnnd your money if you are not satisfied after uslne it It Is everywhere admitted to be the most sue cessful remedy in use for bowel com plaints and tbe only one tbat never falls. It is pleasant, safe and reli able. 3m Commlttoe Mooting. The Republican executive committee is hereby called to meet at the office of the Hartford Republican Aug. 1 2th at 1 o'clock p. m. Ech member should be present. John P. Morton, Ch'm'n. M. S. Ragland, Sec'y. Doot Tisscm f fit aid Smell Iiu lift Anir. To quit tobacco easily mil forever, b mac netlc. lull ot life, nerve and vigor, take the wonderworker, tbat makes wealc men strong. All druggists. SOoorll. Cuiacuaraa-teed- . Dooklet and samjilo free. Address Sterling Itemed Co.. Chicago or Naw York. says: lor, devotional exercises were conducted In n very Impressive manner by Prof N. T, Groves, His very and touching reference to the Greatest Teacher of all, sank deep Into the heatts ol all his hearers. Alter roll call a motion was made by Ozna Shults nnd catrled, to appoint a committee to draft resolutions In re membrance of the depatted members of the Institute. The committee appointed was composed of Profs. E. R. Ray, J. B. Taylor and J. S, Fitzhugh The exercises for theday were open ed by Prof. Ray In a timely addicss upon Will, It's Educational Value His remarks were filled with gool, wholesome instruction and advice. Recess, 15 minutes In the absence of R. P Ilocker, The n Trustee.the Chief Teacher In the School was very ably discussed by Hon, J. B Wilson. How the Trustee tiny aid the Teacher In securing attendance, was next very thoroughly discussed by Judge James P. Miller. He summed it all up by saying for the trustee to do his duty. He emphasized the stitement that, the Literature of the country moulds the character of tbe country He was followed by Prof N.T Groves He urges making the school room pleasant, attractive and homelike A few remttks were then made by Prof S. C Stevens and Supt. Rogeis Recess, ten minutes. After recess iu the absence of Esq H B. Taylor, Difficulties of District Trustees were discussed by O M. Shults, C. W. Mosely and Supt. Rogers. KentuckySchool Law was then very ably discussed by Judge J S. Glenn After announcements the Institute adjourned for noon recess to meet again at 1:00 p. m. Noon recess. The house was called to order by Supt Rogers. Tbe singing was con ducted by Mr. E A. Carter. Alter roll call tbe subject of Impor tance of Teachers' Association was ably discussed by Prof O M. Shults He was empbntic in his denunc a' Ion of the disregard with which the teach era, as a class, had heretofore treated the county and msglsterial district associations and made some timely remarks relative to the subject. He closed with an earnest appeal to the teachers to not treat the associations of this year with indifference, but to do all they ctn for their success. Prof. S. C Stevens followed Mr Shultz on the same subject. Hespoke of his attendance of several Institutes In neighboring counties and compll mentcd the Ohio County Teachers' Institute npon being the second best he bad attended. He appealed to the teachers to lend their support to the associations and to do everything pos sible that is conducive to their nt Com-mosue-ce- futther this end we request the County Superintendent to piovlde for the - -- rfifr-ri PRICELESS Health Is a price-l- ci Dublle presentation of Diplomas to students completing the course ; and we would suggest that the evening s ninuinm for our Institute be tnndc up of finales or other extrclses by the graduates. Miss Dora Gihson, Mku i'ANNii;RitNi)!tn. Mr James DkWkiuk, 1 I ST0LG1 JEWtL, 6 iy bumlar alarm, and lock their dia- Kcry-liod- y jewel. ndmits that. Yet the peopte who irutcct their gold monds Mr. Dit j Com. l L. . It. Elmore, Shultz J MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS. Whereas, Through the Inexorable operation of naturr's law, established and directed by an Infinite Providence, our ranks have been broken by the death ol two ol our most wotthy teachers, Miss Maggie Williams and Mr Ira Petty, Bcittesolvcd by this Institute as sembled, First, That In the departure ol Miss Williams to the higher celes tlal sphere of lilr, eatth has lost one ol her purest, best and most womanly of women, the profession of teaching one ol its ablest, most zealous and most successful members, aud literary circles a writer of metlt and promise. Second, That In tbe loss of Mr. Ptly, Ohio county was tobbed ot one 01 1 aspiiltig, earnest, conof its scientious young men, e- u'ational circles one ol its most capable aud uniting wotkers and suciety of one of its true noblemen, and we lest in the heaven is licher cenfident hope-th- at 111 - vault, make not tlie least effort to protect the jewel they WILLUIVk A declare to tie priceEvr.tY-rriinless. Some day they find the jewel is TORKOVtRlT rone, stolen by iJincav, and thief they are wilting to g evrrj tiling to get it back. The tpdekert and surest way to the recovery of lost health, W by the uv; of that radical nnd rational remedy, Dr. Fierce' Golden Medical Discovery. Diseases which originate in the atomach must be cured through the stomach. A host of chronic sufferers who had "doctored" for years for n dlrncd heart, liver or spleen, lint e nt last turd "Golden Medical Discovery" for the blood, stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition, nnd found a perfect cure of the hitherto incurable ailments. The most convincing argument for a trial of Hit "Golden Medical Discoery" it that it lias cured so matiy people "given up" by the doctors. There is no alcohol, cocaine, opium or other narcotic In "Golden Medical Discover' " "I harr Ions' hit It mT !"'? la aexnowttdec to you wht your 'Ool.ltn Medical ' ' in a steel Sidxt ana Favor He ITewrliitlon hsr done fer ra,M 1U1 th hi , writes Mli Alice llxnpton. ot l.ttlneton, Ky " I ha.l Inlemiliicnl ferer (or fever and aguel one year before Isklng-- your mcdlctnca, aud n4r ftomtmi tmeitrdbtt Had Sty arms and shuMcrs a very tvul cough I would feel -- u would ache and sometime I had lo a rivinz nurub I thought 1 ot womU trouble from whkh I ufTcmt tnd Kteat pain Had ll not torn for Or ricree1 know I wimld haw been In ruy wrdklne I luve taken three tattles of each of crave ie nedleto." l'or stomach, bouel and liver, when diwmlercd, use Vr. Pierce's Pleasant your in Thud, That we, a. a body of teachers, give this public expression ot our sympathy with their friends and other loved ones. oir los. - Pellet. In Loving Romombrnnco Of my beloved wife, Nancy J. Miller, who deputed this lite, Aptll 23, 1899, at her home In Hoise Uranch, Ky., of spinal meningitis. We weie maiiitd April 39th, i860; to us wetebotn four children, Al tela J.,vtfetl G.L. ttrady, late ot the I C. R. R ; Lizetta I ,now deceived wile of S. A. Ntafus; William A Miller, late ol the I. C. R. K., and John P. Miller, now conductor on the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. I also take this method to teturn my sincere and heartfelt thanks to my beloved friends and neighbors who showed so much kindness to her and myself by watching over her day and night, fur I know that nil was done for her that kind and loving bands could do. Now, like a disconsolate dove, I am lelt all alone here to mourn; Oh, may the kind powets above Show pity to me white alone. J. B. . S FiTZi11r.il, ICom. J E. R. Ray Taylor, Women as well as men arc made miserable !) sWney nnd bladder .St. BLAM E. trouble. Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root the gteat kidney remedy nromitlv cures. At drutreists in fifty cent nnd dollar sizes. You may have a simple bottle by mail free, also pamphlet tellingall abi.ut It Address, Ur. Kilmer & Co , lungliamton, in y. -- p- Vy HOIS usts: A COI.lt I oni: DAY Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggits retuud money II it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B Q. on each tablet. tf Attontlon, Mnchlno Mon. McHenry Machine Co , Mclteury, Ky., have a lull line of Fittlngs.Pipe, Hose, Packing, etc, at lowest market I look through the rooms of my house prices. Ate prepared to do repair Kach door on it hinges doth mnutn work on Machinery of all kinds, Grey In searching 1 find not my spotinc, Nor wilt she e'er to tuc return. Iron and Brass Castings. tf How lonesome my table to me, How empty the place where she sat What lonely devotion I pay. Where once we t.o &wectly did meet. "II the Democratic party, or R publican party, or the Populist party shall make this Goebel con spiracy its own, it brings upon iuell its own destruction, or tbe people of Kentucky are no longer a deserving ot tbe right of self gov- eminent, which they will have surrendered; and that they have sunk tosucb depths ol degradation the people of Kentucky nor the people of any otherccmmonwealth in this union have yet given any sign." School Trustees or teachers are inTho Courier.Joarnal says that any vited tolcallatZ Wayne Griffin &Bro's party that Kball make the Goebel con- Drug Stote and get the latest map of spiracy its own brings upon itself us Kentucky and Tennessee free for use Likew ise any paper in tbe schools of Ohio county. own destruction. 7 that advocates Goebelism, from the CIVIL DOCKET. above we conclude, brings upon itself Under its own its own destruction. Ohio Circuit Court, August sentence, but recently passed, the Term, 1899. Com ier'Journal stands condemned as 5th Day, Friday, August nth. the basest of base culminators, not deserving tbo right of existence in a free 3922, Josepb Miller vs. I. C. R. R. Co country, as one having sunken to such 3925. John Alley Parker vs. Hardin Potter depths of depredation as to be beyond 3926, Hliey Taylor Adm'r vs. I. C. R. This vaeil aliug position redemption. R. Co of the Com ic. Journal brands it as tbe 3928, U. S. School Furniture Co vs. Fordsvllle Graded School. lowest, basest, most unscrupulous, corrupt and unstablo journal of its 393', J W. Shaver vs. Robt. Plum- uier time, a liar from whom the truth set 6th Day, Saturday, August 12th. dom comes. Tramel Heaty vs. I C. R. R Co Notlco. ROSINE, KY. Farmers are through threshing wheat In this part of the country, tbe wheat crop Is short. The Salem Sunday school Is largely attended. Mr. C. II. Wlloby was hurt a few days ago on the railroad, but is some better at this writing. Tobacco is looking fine in this part of the ccuntry, corn also. Miss Viviau Goodwin spent last week visiting relatives near White Run. We bad a splendid rain which will make our late corn come smiling. Mr. L Cannon has bought property in Horse Branch and anticipates going in tbe drug business theie. Mrs. Galloway, of Narrows, has been visiting her tUter, Mis. Lena Leach. Mr. Spurgeon l'oster aud wife visited Mr. W, Awtry Sunday, Miss Maude Lons is down with typhoid fever There are several cases in Horse Branch Mr. Myitle and wife visited Mr. B, Ray Saturday, 3934. 3935, Sarah Morton vs. Taylor Coal Co 3936. Aithur Ferguson vs. McIHnry Coal Co 3937, Susan V. Jones vs. I. C. R R Co 3938. J. W. Wilson vs. I C R R Co. In order to increase the eflectiveoess of the organization ol thetetcber's an agreement was diawn up aud presenttd to the teachers by Profs. Ray and Moiton, asking the teachers who lelt so inclined to voluntarily pledge themselves to attend not only the associations held in their tespectlve magisterial districts and the county associations, but also to attend all the associations ol thecoun ty and maintain the organizttlon for ten months. After considerable discussion quite a number of the teachers ngned the pledge. On motion the chair appointed O M. Shults, Secretary of the county association, also the following as ice Presidents in their respective magisterial districts: Buford, J. L Elmore; Fordsvllle, Jas. DeWeese; Cromwell, S. P. McKinney, etc. Ernest Woodward and Miss Dora Gibson were appointed a library committee to assist the Superintendent in buying books for the county teachers' library. On motion of James DeWeese it was voted to hold the next session ol the Institue at Fordsvllle providtd tbe difference existing there in the school district were settled by Christmas, '99. After singlug, the Institute nd Fon Rogers, Ch'm'n. j mined. Ozna Shults, Sec'y. Dut, oh, what still hither my grief. My children a lot ed tm.thcr have lost They can't go to her for relief, Ob, may trey In God put their trust. My passion will lead me too far, My gtief, I will leave with the lord, I trust I shall shortly go where Vain passion can't flee Irom his wotd. )wpr Ronr. A. Millkk. 1 "ForthoSnkoof Fun.Mlschlof loDono." A vast amount of mischiel Is done, too, because people neglect to keep their blood pure. Tbe mischief ap pears In eruptions, dyspepsia, indi gestion, rervousnrss, lidney diseases and other ailmtnts. This mlschlet, fortunately, may be undone by the faithful use of Uiod's Sarsaparilla, which cures nil dlsef ses originating la or promoted by impute blood. raLa","""",ssw"sJsHs What does it do? It causes the oil elands In the skin to become more active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruffand thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circulation In the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. Hood's pills cure h11 lilt. Non Irri- tating, To Sunday School Suporln-tondont- s. li Prevails and i Cures Boldness $$) Aver's Hair Vtoor will surely make hair grow on uuiu neuus, proviuea onty there Is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to nrav or white hair. It does not do this In a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disappears and the darker color of youth takes Its place. 7th Day, Monday, August 14th. 3939. Helfrlch Saw & P M Co vs. I C RRCo. 3940, S. T. Barnard vs. Ohio County. W. Ford vs. Ohio County. 3941, 3948, Will Turner vs. McHenry Coal Co. Js. to-d- nomi-natio- n: Taylor vs. Sam A. Anderson. 8th Day, Tuesday, August 15th, 3953, Wm. T. Miller vs. Jno. W. Fields. 3956, John T. Smith vs. I C R R Co. 3957. ! B. Southard vs. J. L. Southard. 3961, B N. Patterson vs. J. D. Richardson, 3962, Annie Stovall vs, Ike Stovall. 9th Day, Wednesday, August 16th. s. 3971, Oscar Stevens vs. Albert 3950, Heavrln & Will-lam- al, 3973. John Alley Parker vs. Tim tin. Aus- rtoduood Ratosto tho Baptist 3980, Dan T. Wilson vs. I C R R Co. 398j, J. S. Lake vs. W. S. Samuels. 3984, O. T. Tlnsley vs. John P, Fos- ter, Association. loth Day, Thursday, August 17th, 3991, R. H. Stevens vs. Taylor Co. Coal Tbe three railroads running Into Owensboro have granted a special rate of one nnd late t'i the Daviess County Baptist association, t i he held at the Third Baptist church, In Owensboro, on August is, 6 and 17, upon condition that filty or more delegates and visitors are In attendance who travel by rail to Owensboro. This condition will certainly one-third 1 COURT TRIAW. 3679, Com. & Ohio Co, vs. W. P. Watts. 3804, Fred Winkle vs. D. J. Duncan 3837 D. W. Hilton vs. S. C. Walker. 1794, B. T. Lee vs. J D. Burgln. 3967, Geo. B, Sullenger vs J W. Proctor. S, A. Anderson, Clerk, We, the Committee on Resolutions, beg leave to submit the following res " port, viz: Resolved, That we approve of the action ol the Superintendent In calling tbe Ohio County Teachers' Institute to meet in Hartford, Ky,, July 31st to August 4th, 1899. Resolved, That we approve of the action of our Superintendent In his wise selection of Instructors, and that we appreciate their untiling efforts in beball of tbe teachers and the cause of education. Resolved, That In order to get better thought and better work, we approve of teachers being requested to pupate papers 011 subjects for Institute and Association work. Resolved, Tbat we approve and commind tbe new method of dropping tbe silent letters from all tbe woids recommended by the National Educa tlonal Association, Resolved, That we, the teachers ol Ohio county, appreciate tbe hospitality of tbe good people of Haitford and desire to thank them, together with the members ol the Hartford Bar, for making our stay one of tbe most Fon Rogers, Ch'm'n. pleasant and entertaining in our his OZNA SilULTS, Sec'y, tory. FRIDAY. Resolved, Tbat the. teachers ol our Ohio County Teacher's Institute: public schools be requested to urge convened In court hall on Friday theli pupils to use every eOort to com morning July 4, 1899. plete tbe course of study as prescribed House called to order by Chairman lor the schools and avail themselves of Rogers. the privilege of graduation as granted After song led by Prof, J, K. Tay- - by the School Law, and in order to Ohio county, through her President and delegate at S.Ute Convention lot year, pledged $25 00 for State work. This is a very small and tcasonable amount for Ohio county with her Sunday Schools. Superintendents are urged to take up a special collection before August 37th aud remit to the undersigned nt Beaver Dam. Ten cents for each teacher and oflker, two cents far each pupil Is the adopted assessment. Please be prompt Alro get ready to send n delegate to the State Convention. W, Prkd Lono forty-odd w of our book on W and bcalp? It Iff Vtfanlrl vrvll litre n the. rnnv Hair 1 SAVE MONEY! yon iictil from tbo m It lilt rt"ilar iiitm, DU, atlkniit Ati Alt tint kklkla .11 III. is free. C. tb Ytur IS. V...i. J. ATER, Slllt. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascurets, Candy Cttliai-ti- c clean your Mood and keep it cliuii, by stirrinit up tho lazy liver and iln ids all im- to unties fioni the body, llegin E .iiii.Ii pimples, hoili, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by takinil tWarct , leuuty for ten cents. Alldiuic gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c,Sc,&0c. llenuty la lllond Deep. You can save 10 to 15 per cent, by buying your a ma-torl- al Lumbor, Bash, doora, shingles and building at tho Corner ot Inglo and 7th Bts. I have one of the best assottments of Choice Lumber Jn the State, and can uiakelit an object to ycu to obtain price for your lumber, I sell strictly tor Cash, which means that you will not have to help pay any bad bills when you buy here. oomo ftuca. 3l1s., apjrioes. THEO.E.K.ECTI2T, Doalor tx all kinds of Building Matnria),- AND INOI.B NTHKtnil. COIIMKH ftKVXXTIl ' ' I The Dealers. "Woman's Work is Never Done' The constint are dusts sleeplessness, toss of appetite, extreme nervousness, nd that Wed feeling, Bui A 'wonderful cfunge comes when Hood's Sirs&pitUU. Is liken, ft gives pure, rich blood, good appetite, steady nerves. Taylor-Rondo- r. bered all told, only fotty five and first day ol circuit court, tool Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock tbe people ol Hnitlord were called togcth er at the Baptist church to witness one of the most populai weddings that has ever been solemnized In that sanctuary. The wedding cards announced the tidings some time since for which to every one has been longing behold, and by 8 o'clock there was not a single vacant chair In the church and many were compelled to stand in order that they might be per mitted to enjoy the happy occasion. After the ushers, Messrs. Sam Cox, Guy Williams and James P. Sander-fhad kindly seated the anxions audience, Mrs. O. M. Shultz and Miss Carrie Wccrner took their places at the organ for the wedding march. This attracted the attention of those who were enjoying the beautiful decorations which had been arranged for tbe occasion. The choir box was banked with evergreens and choicest flowers, at either aisle were gates made of evergreens admitting the bridal patty into the altar, over the altar extended a beautilul arch bearing tbelr Initials R. T. The organist broke the silence with beautilul strains of music and all eyes were centered on the entrance, pres ently the bridal party slowly entered, le led by Air. jonn Moore ana miss Ross followed by Mr. Oscar Taylor and Miss Rachle Sanderfur, Mr. Sam Render and MIssJessieSmitb.Mr. Lon Render and Miss Fannie Render then came the bride and groom upon whom all gazed with admiration Rev. Vallandingham in well chosen lauguage pronounced them Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor, Mr. Taylor has been associated with the Hattfotd College the past year and has won the love and respect of both students and patrons. He resigned his position here to accept the princl palship of the Kirkmansville school, Todd county, Ky., where he will be engaged the ensuing year. Prof, Taylor is thoroughly acquainted with the needs of the school room. As a teacher he is kind, attentive, energet le and untiring in his labors; as a man he Is a friend, a faithful conse crated christian and a leader in all church services. The lady who has known him as a friend, admirer and lover should be delighted to call blm her own. Miss , Render has been connected with the pnmary department ot Hartford College daring the past yeat and has proven a faithlul friend and Instructor of the liliputian minds that were intrusted In her care. She resigned her labors here to accept the position as assistant under her husband in the Kirkmansville school. Miss Render was a favorite in Hart-lot- d society, possesing all the charms of a noble Kentucky woman. She is well worthy the man ot her choice. The Republican extends congratulations and best wishes for a long, a happy and a prosperous Hie. ur mu-m- JfocdSSaUab amfia timed iu his marked signs ol weakness, such that was never de monsttated by him before in his history, but when a man lies vanguished before h Is antagonist ere the battle Is ball ojer and he fully recognizes the fact, then It Is he fights under the lash of his generals, then It Is he fights by threats and malignancies, these are tbe conditions of the now Mr. Stewart speech" showid EVERY PROMISE WE MAKE IS (SMBIJSMSppBaMfBSMMMMiniaSH PROVEN BY ITS PERFORMANCE In short, our word is our bond. When we say an article is worth so much, it is literally and wholly true. Statements in the newspapers are verified at the counter. In fact, your ANTICIPATIONS are MORE THAN REALIZED. Comparison and observation clearly show that the UNION OF QUALITY AND LOW PRICES reaches its highest state of perfection in the offerings we make: - Fair & Company's GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE! Never in the history of our business have we made such tremendous reductions as we are going to make for the next 30 days. All Summer Wear Must M07S and Move Mr. Brooks, the night operator for the I. C. R. R. at Beaver Dam, in company with Mr. Jim Baltzell, were driving on tbe levee north of town last week and In attempting to turn on the levee upset the buggy, unfor tunate lor Mr. Brooks he got his cripple knee badly hurt. Doctors pronounced the bone safe and the wound seems to be a severe sprain. "slaughtered Iamb." The resolutions adopted by this Illusive body were significant of tbe gloom and discord which dwells in the unhappy realm. Mr, Jarnagln is warned of tbe skinning that Is to transpire between now and November, the manner and process were not given by the nominee nor is it set forth in tbe resolutions, from what we were able to gain during the alternoon, would be Rep resentatlve Stewatt will be alone in this tragic act for Jarnagln wilt run so far ahead of him that he will never be heard of any more. Read the resolutions: Resolved, Thatf we approve of the calling of this convention and pledge to its nominee, who ever be may be, our best eiTjrts to secure bis election, and we hold it to be the duty of every Democrat in this county to do likewise. Resolved, That we approve and endorse most fully the platform adopted by the recent State Democratic con ventlon held at Louisville. Resolved, That the State Democratic ticket headed by the gallant young Democrat, Wm. Goebel, Is entitled both by party law and by per sonal merit to the hearty support of eyery Democrat in this county and this State. Without disparagement to any of the good men and ttue who have shared the support of Kentucky Democrats heretofore, we declare the pres ent Democratic Stale ticket to be superior in many points and Inferior in none to any State ticket ever put in the field by any political patty in this State. !J a Wash Goods. One lot of Scotch Lawns, worth Gc; closing prico, 40 Ladies' Shoes. Ladies Kid Shoe, regular $1 goods; our prico 75o. l-- PARASOLS. Clnlilrcu'a Satin Parwoli, sold for 50c, uow 38o. Ladies' Wbito Silk Parasols, sold for 82.00, now $1.50. in Plaids, Ltdiea' Fancy 82 00, wld for 83.00. Ladiea' Solid Uluo and lied Para sols, 3 rows cbiflon, 82 25, sold lor 83 50. Dig lino nico Sample 2fi inch Umoil regular price. d brellas Par-atolone-thir- t Wash Goods. Linen to 8c. .'KMuch 32-in- cb for BltirU, reduced Stripe- - Fancy Linen, eold for 20c, cow 15c. Kersey Suiting for Skirts, north 10c, now 8c. Fino lino Fancy Sheer Organdiei 8c, sold for 10c Our nicest Organdies 10c. Pretty Diniitics.eold lor 15c,now 10. We include in this line one lot of ready-madSkirts, worth 81, ntC9c. Besides these articles mentioned.we have Specials in every department to CLOSE OUT REGARDLESS of Former Price. Ask for a card and get one of our Beautiful Pictures. The case of D, M. Matthews et al vs. Fon Rogers, Co. Supt., came up (or trial Wednesday. Tbe case was argued at great length by Rlngo & Glenn for plaintiff and by Heavrin and IUIIafordelendant. At 4 o'clock One lot Fancy Percal Shirts, 2 col Wednesday afternoon tbe case was lars and 1 pair cuff, worth 75c, all submitted and the coutt took it under sizes, at 18c. advisement. Up to the hour of going One lot Men's Percal Sbirts. collar to press tbe Judge has not .handed and cuffs attached, worth 50c,now08c. down an opinion. Sample lino Men's uolaundered Last Saturday alternoon a pet pigeon Shirts, worth 81.00, your choice 09o. flew down in the yard of Mr. J. L Men's Heavy Work Shirts, full 30 Carson, Kast Hartford, and was cap tured by his daughter, Miss Electra. inches long, 25c. Will include in this .'mo one lot 25c The bird made no effort to escape and seemed perfectly reconciled. On examneckwear at lUc. ining it was discovered that the bird wore a ring on Its leg with this inscription, G, 8790. Miss Carson still One lot 75c Black Luster Coats 50c. claims the pet, but would be delighted One lot 81.25 nico quality Luster to know its mission. Gouts 81.00. Fireman Mercer, of passenger train One lot 81.50 and $2.50 Luster No. 202, fell ont of tbe cab Sunday Coats, choice 81.25. evening just above the Rosine tun Mcn'ii linen Pauts, now 75c nel, the bell rope which he was hold Choice line Children's Wash Suits ing broke, but it is not known wheth 50c, sold for 75c er that caused his fall or not. After t Woolen Suits to running some distance the engineer All closo at cost, discovered that his mate was gone, $5.00 buys our 87.50 suits. tbe alarm was given and the conductor ordered the train to back in search of the unfortunate one. The fireman sustained some very bad injuries. at One?. per yarn. l-- 2c. Men's Shirts. Summer Clothing. light-weigh- Court Notes. Ladies $1.50 Dongola Kid Shoes for $1.25. Ono lot Cordod Dimities, worth 7 2o ; our Shoe, worth $2; our Extra fine custom-ma- de prico, 4 Fronoli Organdies worth 35o; to closo at lBo and price $1.50. This line in black and tan. Our Queen Bee, a regular $2.50 shoe; our price 17 2o per yard. Bedford Cord Suitings, regular 15o goods, go at $2. Remember, wo guarantee every pair of tbeso shoes to give satisfaction. 8 A full line of Misses' and Children's Shoes at Ono line Dress Gingham worth 7 our price prices to suit the timos. Dc. Co and Gc. Theso Apron Gingham at 4 aro special values. Heavy Shirtings go in this sals at 4 1 1c, Go. Our big Clothing Sale is still going on. As wo 0 2o and 7c. Those goods aro worth 25 per cent, have said beforo, wo do not believe in carrying moro money. Uock from ono season to another, therefore tlio knife cuts deep in this line. Let us show theso to Good wide fancy Tnblo Linen, worth you. Men's Tow Linen Suits, regular $5 grade; must 35o; our prico 25c. go nt $1.80. Extra nico fancy Table Linen, worth G5c; sale Boy's Linen Suits, $1.75 quality ; to close at $1.25. prico 40c. Men's Suits, $3.50 goodsj our prico while they Special values in other grades, from 15o to Cue last, $2.48. per yard. Men's fancy Cassimere Suits, worth $5, to closo it $2.08. Ten-fo- ur Special values in better grades $4.03, $5.50, white Sproad, would bo cheap at 7Co; 10.50 and $7.50, on up to $15.00 per suit. Theso our price 00c. and guaranteed to Extra quality 10-- 4 regular $1 Spreads go now better goods aro all tailor-ma- de fit and give satisfaction. at 85c. Eloven-fo- ur fino white Sproad, worth 11.35; prico now $1. Better goods at the samo low prices. bleached Cotton, 43-4- o Good yard-wi- do per l-l-- 3o. l-l-- 2c, Clothing. l-- Table Linens and Bed Spreads 00-in- ch White Bed Spreads. Domestics, Etc. Fair & Co., Prop'rs. Hartford Republican. l FRIDAY. AUGUST Commonwealth's Attorney Jake E. Rowe is attending court and the saloons this week. It seems plausible to the casual observer that tbe Commonwealth should try her officials for such conduct as is carried on at the Hartford bar every term ol court be fore she allows tbem to try any of her subjects for petty offenses. Wtre this done we would be without a Attorney, which Commonwealth's would be "a happy fortune, don't you see?" it. called Mr. Sam Games, Potdsvllle, Tuesday. Beaver Dam. Field's 'bus meeU all trains at Mr. 'Vm. Bryant, ot Rosine, was in town yesterday. Mr. J. II. Thomas went to Owens-bor- o yeMerdny. Mr. D. J. Duncan, GteenvtJle, la In town this week. Prof. J. D. Coleman, Louisville, was in town this week. Mr. Jno. Stewart, Select, gave us a t pleasant call Tuesday. Farming implements of all kinds, for sale by Henry Field & Son. Mr. John J. Mcllenry, Louisville, Is attending court this week, Mr. I. F. Barnard, Louisville, was in town Tuesday on business. Mr. Jno. H. Thomas went to Louis vllle Monday, leturnlngTuesday. Mrs J. It. Rowe and children are visiting relatives In town this week. Miss Lizzie Hays, Whltesvllle, Is the guest of Capt. A. C. Rills' family. Miss Annie Petty, Fordsvllie, Is visiting Miss Mabel Hockerthls weeic. Prol. S. C. Stevens, of the Beaver Dam Gleaner, was In town yesterday. Messrs Potter and Condlt havve sold their saw mill to Mr. J. W, Ford. Mrs. Magdalene Rogets Is visiting the country near Beaver Dam this week, Capt. and Mrs. John G. Keown are visiting in and near Fordsvllie this week. Mr. Cicero Sutton, editor of the Oweusboro Inquirer, was In town J.MS week, . In Messrs. A. P. and Oscar Taylor made us a pleasant call Wednesday morning. ; . V Mr.Clyde Jackson and wile.Prentis, of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Neal Monday. Dr. H. B, lanes, ot Render, attendwedding Weded the Taylor-Rendnesday evening, wtre guests er rs. , Mr. Lon Render.Loulsville, attend-ed the wedding of his sister, evening. Mrs. Wra, Richmond and daughter, Miss Maude, of Calhoon, ore visiting Mrs. B. J. Hudsqn. Dr. J, S. Coleman's correspondents will hereafter address blm at Beaver Dam, Ohio county, Ky. Wed-nesd- MlssVIrgle Hocker.BeaverDam.has returned home, after a few days visit to Mrs. Z. Wayne Orlflin. Mr.D. B. Reld.of near Beaver Dam, home met with a very painful and serious Sunday, after a week's visit to her accident last Monday while hauling logs. It seems that he had taken his sister, Mrs. Shelby Taylor. team from the wagon to assist Mr. Messrs. C. C. and Buchanan Den Claude Maddux who had stalded and tils, Prentis, were pleasant callers at Barrass-Mltcholl. when he had attached his team to Tub Republican office Tuesday. that of Mr. Maddox he mounted the Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lyons, Haynes log wagon and In the eflott to disanLast Sunday's Courier-Journa- l vllle.after a lew days visit to relatives lodge themselves from the mire the nounced that Mr. Udward G, Barrass, Jett. iti town, returned home Tuesday. wagon was upset and caught Reid's of Taylor Mines, and Miss Malmee The work of court Is the same old Mersra J M Hudson, Adam Nave, leg under the log, breaking one of the Mitchell, of Beaver Dam, would be story, cases continued or dismissed and Forclan McKenney, Beaver Dam, bones. The doctor was summoned married at the Baptist church in that Why the cases are continued until and tbe fractured limb adjusted. At city, August 9th, but should have they are lost sight ot in the laps of were In town yesteidayon business. latest report he was getting along as been August 23d. time and are finally dismissed Is not Miss M U Tunstall.member of the well as could be expected. We The contracting patties come from for us to answer, It Is enough for us board of examiners, of Grayson coun- regret very much to learn of this mis- the very best families of tbe country. to know that It is au actual living ty, attended tbe Irslitute last week. fortune for Mr. Reid is an energetic The father of Mr. Barrass, Mr. Nich- part of Ohio circuit court. During the olas Barrass, has been superintendent three first days of court only one case Mr. Clyde Wedding, ot Louisville, and prosperous farmer, di the Taylor Coal Mines for about reached the jury, the others being who baa been spending a few weeks Blair, aged twelve, Master Benny fifteen years and is well known to the continued. But the expense of the In the county, went home Monday. son of Mr. John Blair, of near Buford, people throughout the county as a man State remains the same. The officials Wes Callahan.of color.died in Hayti is said to be suffering intensely from of sterling business qualities. His and jurors receive as compensation Wednesday. He bad been sick about hydrophobia and has been for some son, Edward G, Barrass, is a nice, for their time and labor $64 50 evety two years and the end has long been time. About four years ago a dog,' congenial and intelligent young man day to say nothing of the expense for expected. supposed to have this supposed dis with brightest prospects for a success- Commonwealth witnesses and other Mrs. Irene Taylor, ol Beaver Dam, ease, bit Utile Benny, and about the' ful future. incidentals Some body is evident and Miss Aggie Mains, of Morgan same time of each season he Is thrown Dr. Jno. J. Mitchell, the father ot spasmodic fits. He snaps, howls, Miss Malmee, needs no introduction, ly derelict to his duty. We might town, were guests of the family ol Mr, in barks and otherwise mimics the since he has spent a lifetime practic ask the question, who is It? but every B. P. Neal the first of thii week, canine species. This is a very pecul- ing medicine at Beaver Dam. Miss one with tbe slightest knowledge of Mrs. Cattle Williams and ftmlly iar case and bears some signs of dis- Maimee graduated from the West the duties of the court is capable of after a short stay in Cairo, III,, have credit. The questioa as to such a dis Kentucky Seminary iu tbe '97 class answering this question for himself. She is one of The question should be, how can we removed to Beaver Dam, where she ease being in existence has long been with high honors. Beaver Dam's most talented and cul- remedy our umortunate conauionr will be engaged in a private boarding and continues to be much discuss tured young ladles, possessing all the house. The specific remedy for 'troubles of ed by very learned physicians and qualities of Kentucky's truly noble the blood, kidneys, stomach, Hvef, is of Smoke Stacks, scientists. Many of them declare women. When in need Mr. Barrass should congratulate Hood'B Sarsaparilla, the great blood Grate Bars, Inspirators, Governors, that there Is no such disease, others himself on winning the heart and purifier. Brass goods, etc., call on Mc Henry that such disease does exist among hand ot such an excellent young wo RENDER, KY. Manufacturing & Machine Co , the canine family and is capable of man and she likewise should be elated over her victory. tf transmission. , McIIeniy, Ky. . . Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Sims The Republican entertains for their and little son and daughter,oj Echols, future best wishes. Mr. Albert Oglcsby died at Mr. Attention Old Soldlors. spent, with relatives In our Buck Tlchenor, near Central Grove.of Domocratlc Convontlon. midst. . . Typhoid fever, Monday night He Preston Morton Post No. 4 G. A. 'M?,"Caperton Maddox. and Miss The nominal Democratic convention leaves a wife and many mends to R. received an Invitation to attend a Ella Maddox, ot'the West Providence mourn his loss reunion at Lynnvil'e, Ind,, August met in the court hall Monday at 2 p, m. and nominated candidates for neighborhood, were In our town last Mr, Sam Render, of Oklahoma, is 30, 31, and Sept. 1st, 70 miles from It was Sunday visiting relatives. visiting his lather's family anplrlends here. All comrades who intend to go Magistrate and Legislature. Miss Etta Stroud, of Central City, a phantasmal body composed of a tew In town this week. He will return to will report Saturday, August 19th, at of the most faithful Ooebelized men was the guest ot her upcle, Rev, E. F. his point of business about the mid- Carson Bros' store to make arrangeRowe, lost week. 11 ments to attend. All the Cuban sol- in a lost cause. We say it was au dle ol next week, Mlsa. Utile Cool has returned from luslve body because It was. Figures diers are also invited. We Intend to Field & Son have secured an extra go by land in wagons and camp out, tell the story In very strong and un- a visit of three weeks at Centra) City, Mrs. Ella B. Maddox,'of near South stable and now have ample room to each Is to bring a blanket along, every- mistakable language, accommodate all their customers. thing Is free alter we get there, In tbe Mr, Z,W, Shultz was nominated by a Carrolltan, Is In our town visiting Tbe politest attention and the best of eating line, the camp kettle and can vote of seven to four, a total of eleven Rev. E. F, Rowe and family, Mr. O. P. Wathen, oi Vine Grove, feed for your horses. teens will be furnished by the Quarter votes. Mr.Shultz will certainly refuse is in town on business, such a nomination. Ky., Master. Mr S. T. Cook, ot Banock, Messrs. Otto and Hervy Downs and The Important and dignified posiadministrator lor Drs. M. W, Duvatl Marrlagos. tion of Representative received a sim- Ham Maddox, of near South Carroll and J. L. LUes, who was attending ilar sign of humility. Mr. L. L. ton, visited friends and relatives In Tllden II. Allen, 23, Balzctown, to court first ot the week, made us a Stewart was nominated by acclama our town last Sunday. Martha Smith, 16. White Run. pleasant call Wednesday. Mr. Sam James, Sr Is on the sick Fordsvllie, to Cor tion, but those who acclaimed num- Olla Wilson, 22, list at this writing, We have just received a carload ol nelia O Howard, ao. Fordsvllie. MM Etbal Marlow, 22, Fordsvllie, to and Tbe coal mines are working every Plows, Harrows, Cultivators Drills of the best make to be had and Violet Whitler, 18, Fordsvllie. day at this place. A. E. Taylor, 29. Narrows, to Elizare prepared to savejou money on The Central Coal & Iron Co, Is Call and see abeth Whitler, at, Narrows. all kinds of machinery. having a butcher shop erected and J. H. Mortis, 45, Horse Branch, to linvlntr. Arcnti for Mc- n tufnri Mr. T. Jahn has accepted a position Cormlck's, the King of harvesting Julia Payton, 36, Horse Branch. thin blood, weak lungs and as butcher. U. T. Milliard, 19, Fordsvllie, to , machinery, In paleness. You novo them Henry Frld & Son, Mallnda C. Hules, Fordsvllie. Mr. Sam James, Jr., is on the sick n D. Yates, 24, Jingo, to Verda Felix, hot weather as well as In cold. list with chills. 24, Sulphur Springs. Wlao Jurors, SCOTT'S EMULSION pures Mr. Joe Reid Is on tbe sick list. Henry Green, 26, Balzetown, to them In summer as In winter. Mr, Clyde Rowe and wife gave an Witnesses and visitors at Circuit Minnie Allen, 17, Balzetown, It Is creamy looklngnnd picas-- 1 Ice cteam supper at his residence last Ferry Ross, Centertown, to Lula F. Coutt will bring their watches and ant tasting. clocks to A. It- Pate, the Jeweler, to Barnes. night, Those present wete; Mr. and A. P. Taylor, 28, Hartford, to Laura uc and iim ill drunu. have them repaired. The best work Mrs. J, L. Button and Misses Zetta IIMMMHMIHMIWHtWMHMm B. Render, 25, Hattlord. and lowest prices guaranteed. Mls Liura B trues returned The Ohio Circuit Court convened "Wo havo already won for ourselves the name of Monday with Judge Owen on tbe bench. having tho best and most complete stock of Shoes The visiting attorneys are as folover opened up in Hartford. lows: Judge C. W. Masiie, Capt, W. Mou's heavy tap-so- lo Brogan Shoes, worth everyT. Ellis, Messrs. Jno. G. Weir, C. W. where $1.2G; our prico $1.10. Wells and W. S. Morrison, Owens hand-ma- de Men's heavy Shoes, would boro; John J. Mcllenry, Louisville; be cheap at $1.50; our price $1.2:5. Mack Taylor, Morgan town; B. L. i'i' Shoes go at $1 pair. Men's half-fi- ne Kelley and S. P. Roby, Fordsvllie; i'i1 Wo want everybody who likes to look at fine Thomas Brown, Rochester; John Rone, Shooa, to ask to see our line and get prico on our Centertown; E. M. Woodward, Mc nico, footwear. Henry; B. P. Wooten. Beaver Dam. The petit jurors for the present term are the following gentlemen: J: P. Stevens, J. W. Davenport, B. B. Collins, T. B. Ambros, J. R. Adding ton, Wm. Fair, W. P. Render, J. R. Mosely, S. P. Taylor, T. Jahn, John Wood, F. A. Shaver, J. D. Crowe, A. L. Black, W. P. Gofi, Wayne Paxlon, J. H. Westerfield, Fount Smith, J. C Peters, F. T. Jackson, D. L. Baldwin, John Petty, G. W. Bennett and F. S. Shoes. yard. Yard-wi- de bo cheap at 8 Ten-quar- ter soft finished bleached Cotton, would our price 0 Sheeting, regular 20o goods, 15o Sc; l-- 4o. double-and-twisted i full-sto- ck por yard. Cottonado, lOo Extra heavy por yard. New York Camlet Jeans, lOo per yard. 1t Bed Ticking; If you want something to hold feathers, wo will ate sell you the goods at 15a per yard and guarantee it. Have you got one of our handsome Pictures yet? If not, why not? Kemember we give an elegant Picture with every $10 worth of goods bought from us. Don't fail to ask for one of our Picture Cards. You are entitled to one. We still buy anything you have to sell and pay highest market price. Bring us your Produce. Remember the place, R,T, COLLINS. HARTFORD Hocker, Rachel Blackburn, Martha Lauder, Etta Stroud and Mrs. Elle B, Maddox, and Messrs. W. J. Rowe, R. D. Button, George Btuner and Dr. H, B. Innes. Mr. Will Reid has returned from Hopklnsvllle, where he delivered L. J. Brown at the asylum. A base ball club has been organized at this place. Mr. Lewis Rowe and wife, of Echols, spent last Sunday In Render. Messrs. Charles Bell and Bob Sims, were up from Echols yesterday. Mr. Chas. Reid's little baby is very low at this writing and not expected to recover. Mr. fudson Rowe went to Rockport Wednesday, Success to Tub Republican. ArrtR Dumplings. WE WANT TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION Chil- To the fact that we have now on hand a large and well selected stock of Ladies', Men's ;$p Aisses Shoes, en's, Boys' and dren's (Jlothing. As we do not wish to carry any of these Goods over,, in fact wo are rather overstocked, we will for the From Extreme Nervousness. to-d- NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the above mentioned lines. . Wo mean business and if you aro in need of these goods it will pay you to come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is now and in every respect. up-to-date S. Levy no one remedy cm contain tbe elements necessary to euro alt Jlieu-h- , Is a (act well known to everyone. Dr. MHe' Si$trm ot llestoratlve Remedies consist ot seven distinctively different preparation!, each tor It. own purpose. Mr. L. O. Uramley. ?7 Henry St., Bt. Catherines, Ontario, wtllen "For yean I suffered from extreme nervousness and aiaoy palpitation I04 comtlpntton.dereloplm-Intand weakness of tbe heart, I wu unable to sleep, suffered much from headache, pain la tny left side, palpitation and a constant feeling of.weakness and prostration. I began using Dr. Miles' Nervine, Ueart Our and Nerve and Liver Fills and the Antl-Fat- a Fills to relieve sudden paroxysms ot p&tn and headache, I soon felt much Improved and tbe pains and aches and weariness left me. I then took Dr. Miles' Itettoratlvo Touts and am now restored to my former good health." Dr. Miles' Bemedles aro sold by all drug fjTIItV 3B gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benelts or money re- p. Rcatort) funded. Book on diseases ot tbe heart and nerves free. Address. Dlt. MILKd MEDICAL OO.. KUhut.la4. Boda- Ky. HENRY FIELD & SON & Co., ABU RUNN1NQ A TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nico Now OMNIBUS will meet all pas- senger trains at Beaver Dam. GUARANTEES f NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES A COMFORTABLE RIDE SCROFULA They also keep a first- - class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's and Union Streets, Runn Stable, corner Markot promptly attended Hartford. All orders K to, and all stock ontrustcd their care will Jl have especial attention. I CP - 1 ( flZIV SOK. frop'rs. ,'tafj T- & wrw which has 150 divisions. The short est is Second John, which has one chapter ol 13 verses. FRIDAY, AUGUST it. 3 The longeat chapter Is the 119th Psalms, which has 176 verses. The OUR BALLOT FRAUDS. shortest 117 Psalms, which has two Confoaslons of Domocratsof verses. 4, The longest verse Is the ninth Paot Eloctlon Stoats. verse of the Eighth Chapter ol Esther. The Chicago Record, an independ It has 90 words. The shortest Is the ent paper, prints the following spec- thirty-fiftverse ol the eleventh chap " Ring out the old Ring la the new ial trotu its atatT correspondent, MaU ter of St. John. It has two wordi. In ths trot" Rla2 oat the fall Sloe eoltu McDowell, who U now at Prank 5, The eighth verse of the I iStti We bring to you the new and true from the lort, Ky.s Psalm sis the middle verse of the Biplney forests of Norway If ball the stories some of them in ble. the natture ol confessions which 6. The chapter ol are true Isaiah and the nineteenth chapter cf have been told me thli c the SUte of Kentucky has not had w Second Kings are alike. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey loarst election and a fitr count for 7. In the 107th Psalms the eight, ears. In defending the O ebel elec iilleenth, twenty-firs- t and thttty-fin- t Nature's most' natural remedy, Improved by ion l.iw the followers of the Demo verses are alike. science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive :ratlc nominee for Governor declare 8. Each verse of the 136th Pialms Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces the law makes it difficult (or any ptr-- y ends alike. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary to count another pirty ou-- . is the only book in which 9 g rated ; the mucus Is cut out ; the this claim they admit Hint under the name ol God is not found. fe. cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed he old law dishonest elections were membranes are healed and soothed so that there 10. The twenty first verse of the he rute. Is no Inclination to cough. itventli chapter of Ezra contains all The nntl Giebelites and Repubtl SOLD DY ALLQOOD DRUGOISTS the letters ol the alphabet. :ans, in attacking the law, prove tu Dottl.a Only. 2So., COo. and $1.00 Sliet 11, The Bible contains no word of heir own satisfaction that it place- mote than six syllables. . BE SURE YOU GET . -. r. i any qiiMi to lit, lint i . the election machinery of the State In lloner. It elm quick and prrmaDenlrrlkr Df, ragrlpaswellaecnngbeandroble. Ittnftkci the hands ol Mr. Goebel. To show A MothorTollsHowSheQavod I one, rtrong . lln M. A. Mctcalle, Hor Llttlo D au gh tor's' LI fo. what he can do with this power they ItJuaih.Kr. tell what has been done. Salo by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. For I nm a mother of eight children SAMl'LRS OI' KENTUCKY ELECTIONS tnd have bad a great deal of experIn the city of Louisville at one election the Democrats voted a mule. ience with medicines. Last summer ave him a name and residence and my little daughter had the dysentery Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win :ast a ballot for him. In another In its worst form. We thought she success In life This being conceded. It Is of first importance to get your county the county judge was patty to would die I tried everything I could training at "the school thit stands in the very front rank. ballot boxes, filled think of, but nothing seemed to do i plot whereby THE BRYANT&STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, with properly marked official ballots, ber any good. I saw by an advertise I.OI'ISVIl.I.K, 1 G Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in were substituted for the boxes used on tnent in our paper that Chamberlain's SHORTHAND. his line. Graduates ol this college preferred by busi election day. In another county.it Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy TELEGRAPHY, ness houses. Write lor a beautiful book giving teswas highly recommended and sent "flimtimonials lrom graduates occupying prominent positions all over thr was the common practice to flam" ballots, and In another the elec and got a bottle at once. It proved 28 United States it will be mailed to you FREE. tlon officials waited until it was to be one of the very best medicines known how many votes were needed we ever had in the house. It saved my little daughter's Hie. I am anx iiid the votes came. The above are samples of the ad ious lor every mother to know what J missions made by politicians of the an excellent medicine it is. Had I ...ts the... Commonwealth of Kentucky in the known it at first it would have saved tast few days, and there is a strong me a great deal of anxiety and my Economical Writing Machine. probability that similar tales will be little daughter much suffering. y Contracted on scientific principles anj told on the stump during this cam Yours truly Mrs Geo. P. Bdrdick, of simple furls, II Is the most daralU Liberty, R. I. Por sale by Z. Wayne . machine nude. Repair tills Ate reJaceJ to paign. X Ihemtntmm. It ts the Best Value Writer. m I was told at Lexington that it was Griffin & Bro. Ask for Art Catalogue. langerous to write about election Tho lint for ClillU 77k Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Irauds in Kentucky, but it revolvers and Fever isirrrlptloiiGrove's Tast-les- s a bottle of Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; 215 5th St. Louisvillo, Ky ind rifles are to be used to answer 421 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. charges of dishonesty there will be a then why experiment with worthless massacre in the Bluegrass State, for imitations? Price, 50c WO ffaljBgjgtDlEQ with "election reform" the war cry ol Interesting Items. m eiaauIWIHU IWAGHIIIl btfA0tSZUr CAIIIUI tUKDK the Republicans and antl Gocbelites a ;inwii. w. ifc II VTff aaiiau iuuuitmine it at jour neareai ireitru. ucpot ana mJi igunu fnmi iiiiiihuit, vaaciiy n rrirt7rnwu, large proportion of the politicians of eaaal U HitkliN elber. ell as aUa at SCO.OO. eaa Til JMlajl IIJMIj JM A. JP!!?I!l .l'l F" 'll In battle only one ball out of 111 , OattUTtST KlRailX IOU KTIB UlaKD Of, a year the State are talking of dishonest eighty-fiv- e oner welvhs takes effect. rnttkitmiuur upocioi rnarhlna price 515.50 &nJ frtlirht The elections and fraudulent counts. 18) pound anritli freltrht will areraire Ti ttnu for aacb 500 miles. The State of Texas is about 75,000 GIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRlALln yoor own horoe.and we will return Tour 114.60 any day you era not satisfied. w eif GEN. TAYLOR'S STORY. square miles larger in area than Spaiu. at K.aO. S1U.0O, ft 1.00, ttmt aiaaaa 111 ;' ef aI Natal. IJ.OOaaiae. All rally 4frih4,4m Vmr FrM rWwla luthi Catalan.. Gen. W. S. Taylor, speaking of the Brazil will exhibit 500 varieties ol i 413.00 ferial. DROP DESK CABINET BTJKDXOK la tnt greatest Taiue evr otteroU by taroomt. Goebel election law, said: serpents, big and little, at the Paris BEWARE OF IMITATIONS 'K'USySf H! "It is the most cunningly devised Exposition. vertlsiuenta, oilerm aakaoaa a.akl amler various nanes, with various Inducements. Writ sen rriea4 la CbWaf aa4 learn iU art scheme for building up a personal KtUlULK 1SD ITHO All KIT. Thomas A. Edison's handwriting every VUC "DlkDniPk 11IKT UoOD iodebi OFmrtoTiiriT. bJaA.V.W1-- - f. machine in the State which the mind bears a close resemblance to thatol BTkHT IJIUIl I rlEL DUnlafflwIV ruiIT " "'" ' SI"! GRiUI ilHlll liDE, Willi THat f of man ever conceived. That law was Edgar Allen Poe. HrilT0r01I. HAIJEIIVTIIEHMTMAKKIIIN AMPUICA, TIIUM 1tIEJIJHTATt.KlAI Miss Florence Nightingale celebrattfS tV: SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK gjftgSTO framed by a Napoleon ul politics, but Napoleon overreached himself, and ed her eightieth birthday a few days 1110 rOUIHIU. one lUast ration shows tnacliltw closed, beal drop' ptay Croat Hah) to b Bird ai a taaUr Uk(, auai r 4k, u iiltt full It fifth tab and fa withlaleal lift ililrUi fraaM, bead la plaro for Mvlnr, 4 tfy perhaps Mr. Goebel has, too. With before Queen Victoria reached hers. 1 carted. anekd. amboaaed anl art, deoratod cmhlaet flnlih, flneil nickel drawer pulls, reU on 4 eas the Gcebel election law it is possible ier itaii iwannKaajuButDiaireanie, irvnaiitpminiron liana. Miss Nightingale is in very feeble C X B a nnDnni klue.1 larva Oath Arm kaai. txiltlr four motion feed. eir threading Tlbrai: . if ii a mi'uriiv m ibntlla. antrMaatlA rvihbln winder adlaatablo bearlncra.lmproTed taaaina for the Governor to control the poll- - health. natnl shuttle liberator, ImprotadlooM wheel, adjustable presaer foot, It earrler, patent needla liar, patent drriwrnard bead la handsomtly dMorated tics of every county in the State. Patlsian barbers are legally compellanderaaa.U4 bb4 aMaUfallr MIOKCX TBIIYIIVTED. is that fact which makes It such a GUARAHTEBD tka lurataal raaalx. awallarakb a4 ararMt aalatUti aittata ed to wash their hands after attendanaJe. Ivrj iaawaaUaeaaMllafarbkt4a4 ear Instruction Book tells Jwt bowanronoran run It and do either plain or any kind of fancy work. dangerous measure. QO.YRAA&' QOAaAlfTEK la with Tcrr machine. on ing a customer this IT NnTMINR &jy agAJaasst- r- A rflST'5 Yflll BIHDINO tuaeean.leirnln anc inaehlna, compare It "Under that law the legislature another. They and be'ore waitingonly must use, also, to $00,00. and toen It eonrlnced ?v are !( tSi.AO te Slo.00, sei elects a state board of election com TO urrCHt TUtB tU.lOlfat aar lle whata thr aiaatke jtm sejieaer 15,60. nickel-plate- d combs. if. ImIXT DRLAY. iHaars. Roebuck Co. are thoroui hly reliable Ldltor.) Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. missioners consisting of three memGermany publishes about 20,000 bers. The law does not provide spec books a year, France 11,000, Italy ideally for the selection of the com9,000, England 6,000. United States missioners from any political party. 5,000. A FREE PATTERN The legislature was Democratic and it A wife cannot be required to testify, : (joar own Selection) to errry tab-- : elected three Democrats. This state g; acnucr. uni su cent a year. or be permitted to testify, either for board Appoints a couuty board of elec or against her husband In bankrupt tlon commissioners of three members proceedings. in each county, and in no county in Every year Chicago uses up about the State ore there two Republicans 41,000,000 pounds of soap. This is on the board. In many counties the for all purposes, but does not Include g A UDIES' AUQAZINE commissioners are all Democrats and the various soap powders and other tj. A rem i besutifel colored pUtest Uinl 3 In some counties two Democrats and b, laintuniidrctimaklnKCConorotcit (aitcy "J compounds which ore sometimes used P? work t houaehold hints tfictton. etc. St. 3 a Populist. ; acribf or, wnd for Uictt copy, 3: in its place. j. Ladrafitoti warned. Send (or terns. S-"Itach county board selects the pre StylUh, Reliable, Simple, The cake at English weddings is al S AbMlutcly S ciuct election officers, consisting of 5 date, Economical and ways a star feature. Usually at a Taper rat terns. 3; two judges, a clerk and a sheriff fashionable affair it is fully six feet The law requires that the judges shall high, and Is a marvelous architectural SEND US flNE DOLLAR different IlkSIUIDIU dUL AID WlHiO I (OOK lttV0 kaltrra rirltfht C O.U.,SSftittfli'.raK! belong to there shall political parties structure ol icing adorned with flowK, by icd that be a like differ-ensuUJvct to natiiinatlon ers and figures. r.iaiDinn it at freight between the clerk and slier ifl Sour arid if found per fArt Now, the judges decide as to eligibilily aatlsiarlory m2 lNfwO,m.lllnunra D4rn aa4 lb t raatotl ty of voters, and uhen the cannot . He Kilt, bill you Z? Ak for lhm Sold in nearly every cily agree the sherifi casts thd deciding (Hr saw and town, or by mail lion or beard g THE McCALL CO., 3 iif pay the vote The clerk hai no voice in the yKMUIIT g 138146 Wilt 14th St., Ni York, g too, a aay, at a Um, wltb.at a "I l(.llTr ACME matter. So this condition is present not txlss all, ts irktiAL a. . lit, r Ik. raitK. mo,, tiietn except tr v.lng hot water loJeciloDi. o. i a rctrjr BaBQ hih Uliiwi ed. tLjW L'broolo eoDiUpatloa lor ev,a ,er. plaa--4 m. la 3I3.UQ ONE SIUEO DECISIONS. tbl.terrlblaeoiMllUoDi durlDitbat time I all lea the II W n writp port tint mo free found anr r,M,ii Meh ltbinf I rut wthur "hi each voting pnemet there is wtl my ea beard or but dotmvtlog fJABVAUunt s rCUKZDwIth ettable dar or IllWcbargee bTOVfi CATALOGUE. It until l began Tbls store ts tlce No. t. oren Ilavatonrwl and freight sow bat, rrornoa to tbne puuiii a Ctj, and II I tuany t human J cat liwiiiill. toolailiitli made from li t ulirlron. eitra one Republican judge am clerk and waa ileb I would fit, riaun rot eaek uoT,m,nt II riuee, heavy covers, heavy llolde and grates cniKti nop ATLXiaUIIUVT. in tea larira oven shelf, heavy tin lined oven thwr, baudioiut one Democratlcjudgeand fherifl. On Umcba ttlUf." US RueteU at IMirUt, Ulak. larye nl)NjnijitonixrfnioT diyi atlattwo-thlnlannickel platd oruaiuenlatloiis an I ttluiiufniro, eitr ei T at!montiU and TEN DATS truittinvnt trv large deep, genuine etaadUk porveliU Mav4 rna4r, hriC the face of It that Is a fair division, ! ea bsrar DR. H, U. CREtM'S SOUS, Uox K,AIUnU,Qa eume large ornamented bae, aee, an we furalah UKf an eitra wood irrale, inaUntr Ha mi but the Republican clerk has no vote ItlMMlUMiUAklkN feet wa4 karaer. wll every stove and guarantee pxTq delivery tuyiturisl Wbo cn think road sUt'io. ourlocaldalrwoul.lcrtarry ul. fu on mutters In dispute, so the one Re freight ts stove, alt simple) lor f W Wanted-- An Idea cf torn natentl eachsack miles, wethosvevaa si tal ottly mi. mtA'dirvta publican Judge is In the minority, oo DO thins to Protect your Ideeut tber may LrtoT you weal t n. BEARS, ROEBUCK i.CO.(lC)CH1WX0.IL with two Democrats against him, rU.lili.-IltKnWxk Umsikl; Wn, B (tayi. WasbUgton, l. U.. for tbelr $l.fi(i prlM eaw THAOt mask Mnnw"The law permits the county board od lUtoC two tuuadrt4 IovmiUodi wuusi to remove lrom office any judge, clerk or sherifi at any time without cause PlMiant, and fount. Tail. Oooe, This can be done in the middle ol uooa, fief ,r Palatably,r".AK.D,oruripe,)UQ,ve,a!M-..- D . Diea.D. TI10 Southern Railway. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... election day. So it is possible for the Vr Ihtough CIsH Best Soutlurn Statu Mi party in control of the election ma aHetttaf licassf Caaif say. CaJeaga. treat, .few Teifc. M Kentucky, Vlruliilii,Noiilli liiro. chinery of change, say, five votes in Hun, .lliiliiimn, Trlini'.arr, 'rlll nroMini, iirtirKii each precinct. That means 15 000 Itllll MlhtaUnltll. Announcement votes In the SUte, and it can be done That's what it cost America last year Dally Trains 646J Miles Thue to keep alive a disease that Is making m I I The Illinois Central now within the law, too. As the balloU n Iktween Loulsvllleand strong men weak, and weak men dead. AiitMQr has on sale, aud will con are burned immediately after they are ObsetVdtluu Clialr Figures appalling T Yes, but the (loan. yUilatf tinue the same until Sept. clal loss don't comparo wllh tho loss counted, and as the court of appeals Cars. Trains leave and ar) 30th, 1800, round trip sum ol vital power. The ever present man rive Loufuvllle from Seventh has decided that since the ballot Is mer tourist tickets from all with restless eyes, twitching mouth, Street Union Depot, conpilots on its lines In the secret a witness cannot tell on the moving leet and lobacco tainted skin necting with trains ol the lellt tha tlorv. Don't V0U think It's South to a large list of sumwltneai stand how he voted, it is Illinois Central Railroad and time to quit cult quick! quit naturally mer resorts in the North. Its made a matter of considerable difficulI. II &St L Railway. Dy taking fast double dally service to St. Louis, ty to pnnlah Iraud, Chlcago,Clnclnnatl and Louisville en NO-TO-BAL'or I'ifoiiuution, AJdic.s "Our hope Is that the tidal wave tibles one to reach quickly and coin-- . lit, loiilsillll, (i A. WMtn, P, & I. .. 216 reoulales lobacco ustna. In which Is sweeping over the State will lortably the mountain resorts of Vir Ualiiilli, a few days all desire Is gono, your op. k Wm, H, hju, Assistant 0, P, petllo Is better, your blood Is purified, make futile any attempt to dUlran-chls- e ginia, the White Mountains and Sea- Ide of New England, the Thousand X J. Mttlll.C, tt.,1. HHIi, your nerves grow strong. It Is truly voters or to thwart the will (9) I'rul iVt'r. Iii.PiuA the lake and fnreat resorts of And then, you run no a the people, Y'iu can penupaatuall Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, WANIIinTO.N,II.C. tin(or you can buy risk, der your own stream, but ycu cannot dam a cloud- the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Yellowstone Park or the resorts ol Coloburst." ' ' DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. rado. Tickets and full Information as to Hrerr drurglst I, authorized to soil J Facts About tho Qlblo, under abwlute suiruntco j rates In connection with the above can to cure every turtnot tobacco uslsg, Our trrlttun iru&r.atce. rrua Dumttlaor i I. In the Bible, Old and New Testa be had of agents of the "Central" and au'lbooUlct called "lJjm'tj ean asallr bo removed br us Tuba ceo Spit and Uainko Your Llfat incuts, there are 3,586 473 letters, connecting lines. Ina orn Kalvt, No Away," nialttn for tho piMns. Ao.f Wh. aferrec, Vh. Fast. Aaeat, Htm Orltant. paint At polaoo. All druv- Ko (or Al4m. A. tevtt. Bit. fais. Alimt. Utmphli, or 775 693 words, 31.373 verses, 1,189 Mil umrago. Aiontreai. uun . now 6bit ceotiItby walled ton 9. 0. HiM. Die. Pits. lft, Cmmm(, .4 chapters and 66 books. .4....fcAi. OIANT CJUCMlOAb COH A, H. HUSO. 0,?. A., n,A,uixoHoxatx M Vhirwf IU TklUa 2. The longest book U Psalms, UHIHIII4. V'ffW 1 Hartford Republican. 1 DR. BELL'S thirty-sevent- h we-'l- m cough-wor- n T-a- ck er microbe-bearin- if -- rwut-u- llt-- uk Bill's Pine-Tar-Ron- ey A fici5ine55 dcieaiion hi:tihky. BOOK-KEEPIN- The Smith Premier Typewriter Bruin, EMIott Co., Ky., Aug. 4. Editor Ltxlngton Leader: I have always been a Democrat, and I favor territorial expansion; I favor a vigorous prosecution ol the war In the Philippines; and I iavor the repeal of the Goebel election law. The Demo cratic party in Kentucky with which I have heretofore acted and voted, oppose these three cardinal principles, and the question is can I, or ought I, as an honest voter, stultify my own conscience to keep party faith? I think not ; hence. I Khali vote with the patty that does favor those things. I think It unpatriotic to call the war in the Philippines a "McKlnley war," and try to embarrass the administra tion while our soldiers are facing Philippine bullets and the diseases ol a Eastern climate. I find many Democrats of the same opinion who will vote as I will, for Gen.Taylorandtbe Republican ticket, and who will support McKlnley next year for President, rather than Mr, Bryan on an platform, There are many more Democrats who believe that we have already expand' ed, and that it would be both cowardly aud unpatriotic to stop short of giving Aguinaldo a sound thrashing if he does not see the error ol his way and acknowledge the supremacy of the American flag. This, I think, be would do If it were not for the encouragement he Is rcceivlngfrora "Antics." Therefore, 1 shall for the present tup pott that policy that says to the enemies of my country, "Stop your treason and rebellion and we will treat you fairly in all things " In conclusion I desire to say that al though I am over 60 years of age, I have repeatedly offered my service to the Government to fight either In Cuba or the Philippines, and that I had four years' solid experience in that line In company with the gallant little ex Confederate Gen. Joe Wheel er, in command of the Second Mis souri Artillery, C. S. A. Very Respect Jully, S. H. Kino. ati9afaK?yi co """"J ,V,..S CONOrtESFIONAU Says Ho Will Support Taylor Senators Hon. William O. Lind ,,T eariinnw. onOURi.eo tut einn oi" " ""-- ! This Yoar and MoKln-lo- y SI'fcCIAa,r,HHJJ"."t fnltu V wita rt. say, lion. W. J. Deboe. ee migkt ebargM, mm tk, 11.) Noxt Yoar. WE MME THIS TOP WW1&2U2 'iSfJi' taaTJgl Kepresontative fourth District mt. LniejEWVP3rcJJaL b . and Democrat Demnser, II, 8. Irwin, Samuel F, Brown, Secretar- y- .KU. IM SEND ONE DOLLAR mf l err ) TKta QlTaad id .1 tVlntl, -I- II N Tor "," Hon. D. H. Smith. Senator STATE LEGISLATURE. R0. boro. Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. Jarnagin. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens- - ., Rd. CM.UriM, toy r- asa.soittHtmulHit .., VMI. wrw.fc. Um 1,1 i.l. rn.u.i.u.rii. IMrtlr Lift, full tin, .Ddbacli ear llwwbirw.rk,lrbiM.o,rd.rii,ria tMtkr. MM, a. rrMh IM4, !. ,', 111 atrooixa. obdcr ohb Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judeo Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Owcnsboro. T. H. Black, Jailor Hartford. Hartford. S A. Anderson, Clerk Rowan Holbrook, Master Commit- sionei Hartford. G. B Likens, Trusteo.Tury Fund Hartford. S. T. Stevens. Sheriff Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. II. Benton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tim-ley-. Court couvencs first Monday in March and Auguat and continues three weeks, aud third Monday in May and two weeks. November COUNTY Hartford. COURT. Hartlord. M. S. Ragland.Clerk M, L. Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in each month. QUARTERLY COURT. Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartlord. HalBiB eaia Begins on tho second each month, COURT OF Monday in CLAIMS. ,'a- - , eajaJ, MM "J ' vj Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the secaud Mondaj in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. N. Moxley, Surveyor. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt, L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Poorbouse C. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartlord. JUSTICES' COURTS. SEND MONEY aSRaBK2S 11 It Philosophy of tho Eyes. Blue eyes are said to be the weak est. Upturned eyes are typical of devo tion. Wide open eyes are indicative ol rashness. eyes are always to be g " 1 ll Jl'll I xss J Tf distrusted. Brown eyes are said by oculists to be the strongest Small eyes are commonly supposed to Indicate cunning. The downcast eye has in all ages been typical of modesty. The proper distance between the eyes Is the width of one eye. People of melancholic temperament rarely have clear blue eyes. Eyes with long, sharp corners Indicate great discernment and penetra m ritt?mNEai A tfctm atyle paekrt ean tail t Aartoti Is w ttf m BrraM Tiltrtaa lit a par idt iota (wttkewl aiaae)iiuanatuj tale al TaUtv-aetanaor ataua aura u iiinupi rmmHanm arum rival September 1st and December 18th. rsui ea KM ny t im raneu Ufl ? acadlaf tony-,.nm Im la Kirsn suras) Hrw Turk ay a aarU eertavj (tsji Tvuts)w,UMeMiraveeafaV OorraaT, Ka. tf tra, 11. F. Graves Court will bo held reJ Wfca4aJireawacaa)aitull ramHvifeJSlw4sllMMriiamaa4bMbvshaa. at Butord on March 30, June 29,Sep-- l ' teniber 28 and December 21. 8. J. Weller Court will be heldj h at Sulphur Springs on March 28, June XXsiWA&lKrjLji.i ' 27, September 20 and December & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY H II. Taylor Court will be held LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Ticket Ollici, tit Facrtb Attn si, Utita Depot Simlk it. tntr. at Cromwell on March I, June 10,1 A2?C3S lot. lOOO. 7X2X39 2T September 2 and December 9. W. A. R'ine Court will bo bold at Louisvillo to St. Louis & West. St, Ixuis to Louisvillo & Kast Centertnwn on February 13, May 29, No. 45. No 44 No, 46. No. 41. August 28 and November 1. tl:3SP m Leave St Louis Leave Louisville 7:45a ra 8:55p m 7:56a m CITY DIRECTORY. ' Mt.Vernon " Owensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm W. H. Barnes, Judge. " Henderson ia:45p ra 12:55a in " Evansville 2:2op m 2:45a m S. R. Wedding, Attorney. J. " Evansvllle 1:15am 2:46pm "Henderson 1:35am 3:10am TOWN TRUSTEES. " Owcnsboro ' Mt.Vernon, III m 4:00a m S. K Cox, Ch'm'n. m Arrive Louisville 7:45(1 ra Arrive St Louis 7:3p m 7:20a 7:30a ra I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. Jno. E Bean, Sec'y. 3"crxcnrzxjc.3c ceo 3rv.AaTc.vxj.z.c A. D. White. No 43 No. 41 No. 45 Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. Leave Louisville 4:5op m .8:35pm 7:45a m R. hold their regular meeting Satur8:o4p ni " Hawesvllle. . . . 10:43a m n:o8p m day before the first Sunday in each I2:s8p m " Owcnsboro. . . . 11:40am 9:05pm month in Conrt Hall at I o'clock p. " Henderson. . . . la:45p m 12:55a m io:ip ra W. A. Carson, Com. m. Arrive Evansville . . . i:i5p m io:4op m 1:25am John C. Chamderlain Adjt. EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. lor Flttj Cents. No. 42 No. 44 No. 46 Guaraaietd tobacco habit cure, make, weak men atrong. blood pare. bOe, IL All ilrutiUU. Leave Evansville 6:50a tn 2:iop m 2:45a m m m " Henderson 246p 7:15a 3:10a tu " Owcnsboro 8:15a m 3M4P m 4:00a in m " Ilatvesville 4:4op m 9:13a 4:50a m m Anlve Lonisville 45p m 7 7:30a m All trains run through solid to Evansville. Through Parlor Cars and Pullman Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlngton for Pordsville & Hardlnsburg dally. 36 i aaaat 11 cua-a- Court will be held at Furdaville on March lat, June lit, T. A. Evan A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdalc, Pennsylvania, had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabulcs, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabulcs, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. 2. Xl'l'ISr, it BRDVE .... .... .... .... .... tl.uu. aa4 tion. The white ol the eye showing be neath the iris is indicative of nobility of character. Gray eyes turning green In anger or excitement are indicative of a choleric temperament. When the upper lid covers ball or more of the pupil the indication Is of cool deliberation. An eye the upper lid of which passes horizontally across the pupil Indicates mental ability. Unsteady eyes.rapidly jerking from side to side, are frequently indicative ot an unsettled mind. It is said that the prevailing colors ol eyes among patients of lunatic asylums are brown and black. Eyes ol any color with weak brows and long, concave lashes, are Indies tive ol a weak constitution. Eyes that are wide apait are said by physicians to indicate great intelligence and a tenacious memory. Eyes ot which the whole of the Iris Is visible belong to eratlc persons, often with a tendency toward insanity. Wide open, staring eyes In weak countenances Indicate jeatouiy, bigot ry, Intolerance and peutlnactty without firmness. Byes placed close together In the bead are said to indicate pettiness of disposition, jealousy and a turn for fault finding. When the under arch of the upper eyelid is a perfect semicircle II Is indibut ata, of timldl cative of goodne-tsty sometimes approaching cowardice, All men of genius are said to have eyes clear, slow moving and bright. This U the eye which indicates mental ability of some kind, It does not matter what. Blue eyes are generally considered eflemlnate, but this is a mUtjke, for blue eyes are lound only among Cmu cassion nation, and tbe white race rule the world. Pearson's Week. , tJrUNSIW o. Ii.,mUii oun, tircufRis nmR qttu raai-saaaiaaiaaa, Voacanmnice Is a 7Mirtaret fretBt dwt. ana It oi Aiktll esaolly aa nirraaealeaU eaiaaltoarraas Utat ree iv,vi a f lav.wv, u ky other at uwramone; mill far bciur UiajiorajuaaJferilae4 aTar aaaralal IU tlafa tk. fralarht air nil Sl.7fl. Um lae , r 10, li. and Irlf Lt rbanra-s- . 131. .75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE . STa HS -. 4 SEND US ONE- ki txl A. ! attaaMfltaiBawH., DOLLAR e M mitii r1. MAGAZINEW Up-t- I - - 'SKareja,3tiSr TASTELESS 4artbe Htra aa elfir US stifr taaat WOrt, iionb iMUiowait mr aiit, ITram the) lilaatralloaaljowa, vaJeb UWtTtdlnwtriwaai4iotrphtyuraal4ntiM lasi,ri.l awearaiace, Ma4 rraaa ealia ajaarter eatwee. ak. MilnwffUnUharidaoalf dfrraUlaaOrtmealaL lt..t iNllktalile. TUlitlJitlslUtrwHirehatUt,fjuay t lucaMUfw, UIawU1 aadwalras SMpoatMla. MAiTKJX t'ayttZMttt wuyma nwifm taiuaa ocutvea, 11 aua, aaioirowai Baaa (UaaWe Tnet kaialMS, eUleala, retate, Creaeaa tavar, lHaaMa fart. aa4 Tel llsaiaaa ttlae Caaalae. II, I IU Mu Ortkaeteal Taa4 MM - ,- mruat aaart -- l'errct-rlttlDt- f ABAZAR K1 w ce si:.v:.. :.:.:.r ":,:" CONSTIPATION 18 JUST ASCOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRIC60ct8. niLATfa. ills.. Mqt. tt tsaa. Co., 8L Ixhiu, Mo. ram CH ILL TDNIC j.r. Central Railroad. altey rtaa eaU(y UU, 1 1 el SI rare a4 Mle ef W, I aUt efll Ikarmlafly VrtWaa4CeleaU ILMaa, I IHaaaaaa He", I af tl It.aalaf i I aUta BtUa ACMCQl ESCN tUAaalttMiyialealBeeea. TIIK ! ka,tlcbar only eonaUt of UteratetraUxl aeJ la the hlaTbe! .yrada tiietrtutieaUi Otted with Uaj. aura avutiejiaa, ai.ae iaxaee aaa ei Haaaaa. Uatturs,atebllwsbrultnitterlU,plr ImIIows stock ami finest leattier la valraa. 1UK la rartalsaed wllas,Kill(Mfle4 AUUK tlUttK tfla.Lad tMalal fraaaaa. nlALa ra.ii aufmir aad every moUern InproTaiaMtt. W renba rrae a aaaa-ea- e a. T ataa eteel aaJ tae Watetiaa UaUaatlaa GUARANTEED 25 YEARS. iaeaa sv written bltullnaj Urn: s aad conditions 0 w fcaaa aaallaaaei. Ui w fetch If any part tjlfee enit repair II fe areaarcaw Try ll one month and we will refand yoor muuey 11 you ara not perfartly satliRad. a oftheaa uryans lH ba aoi.1 at 1 1,1 a. ruarmiit, S'iJ.'ilZi'1" by f?1 atal'iii FTXTVl ?. OUR pwi RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED SH .( k.-re- li. MeJtcl.e . rou uu T.ar, nxi ootuoa ot tl.iiti.ineni TJtSTKI.IU-HOVK-CHILL TON 10 aal bate bvuabt thne aruM already thla rear, la all oar ot It la tbo. drag durIimm.. bare naT.reold an artlel. that gji, ,ocn unlvereal aatLv laUloa a. jour TouJo. Your, trulr. Aoxar.Cana ACO. Por sale by J. II. Williams. f.roj I , . rvi m or Ovrman Etthanyalianli, Vew Torici or any inroadorarortv-- j toak,orOurDKsclaaiilTeMat.ltena company la Chloairo. We bate aaaalisl afew t0O.044.0O, ootttpy antlranna of thalatTa't buttlneaa UorVt In Chlcasjo, aad employ nearly LOW people In oar own baUdlter. "a iKLLVHaiaa ATtl1.0Oaa4sairil0a, tllaa a4asi auMiaTt7thlnir la mosleal lastromeaU al towast wboloaale ptiret, Writa for rreasparlalorean, plana ami RiMstraJ Instrument eaUloirue Addreaa, (learm, sUeawti a Ce, ara Uafwat kly ra4Ua4a.Jtller. 8CAR8. ROEBUCK t CO. (Inc.). Fulton, DupUInci ind wajmin Sii., CHICAGO. ILL. aiejeai juai Hianovt awil win. wiui u tKerUUherorlhUIMrrorUtrfbDllUIaUoaaI ' f !. lids K ll K A thn v.) I (fe.$Se535S-s3- ) BURNED CHEWED $600,000,000. WffliWi IB i Lex-Inoto- UAMfOHNIA. Oaa Lichled Vestibuled Trains wllh ' Cafe Cars, Pullman Hleeiwreand Freoj jiecuning viiair vara tu mempuu anu New Orleaus Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis ville every Thursday night, and runt throuch to California via New Orleans and the South Pacific Buutet Route, Double berth rate from Lounvillo to San Francisco only 80,60; protior- tionateljr low rates to iutermediate points. ANIt A IX rolKTN IM AHUAMiAH, TRXtt, MRXICO Raatfi la nat mill Woe I Memphis, New Orleans ANIl General Directory. STATE OFFICIALS. Tho Truo C- 411) K A Hy 1 1 For particulars write to J, R. Hoi- Bocretaryof State Charles Finley. lis, Traveling Pawenger Agent for Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also t ak him tn send you a copy of Iho South Auditor Samuel (I. Stone. ern Home Seekers' Gutde.which is re- Treasurer Geo. W, Long. information Coromtaaioner oi Agriculture, Hor olete with interesting Statistics Lucas concerning the Southern territory. It and ticulture Superintendent rubliq Iuitructlon- W. J. Davson. Register Land Office Uhai. O. Reynold. Insurance Bureau Commissione- rD. W Comlogore. Adii.UntUenerai u. H. uoiuer State Librarian Mi Paul Deaoe Hardin. HAILBOAD Governor William O. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingto- Wlntor Routo to California, No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Diookados. Moore. will be mailed to you tree. 1 ?$S$&5aSMs9 That Aches The Corn 1 Ou tbe first and third Tucedayt ot each month Home 8eekera' tickets are nld to Southern and Southwestern points at Special Low Rates, good to return within twentyue days from ardate of sale. Liberal slop-ovrangements. CAtCARETfVlA ... i A. H. HANSON, Q. P. A., Cmoaoo, Illinois. W. A. Kelloud, A. O. P. A., Louisville, Kf, When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel in comfort If you know now. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus svold the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The chairs sre arranged so you can have a comfort, able seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car Is supplied with a ladles' dressing room and a gentlemen's smokjr. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. .Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt Junctions with trains for sll pars of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. II you ate thinking o! taking- - a trip, write and t til in where you are going and when you will leave, and ue will tell ou how much your ticact will com. wnai irnin 10 laae ao a, to inaae tne D.l lime ami connection,, and anything cite we can that witl halo lu.k. . .-your .inp a comion.ui. por. au loicrrtiiDgniue booklet. "A TKiP TO TBXAS," will U mailed Iree to any ajjrt... .:.., .. O0HMIMI0XKR6. Jao, 0. Wood, caalraanj J, P, McQUOWN, Travellnc 11Hirt Agent. aiMuaUBae., LODISVIIXK. KY. W. A. (D E. W. LaDBAUAlE, Otu't Fat, r and Tkt. Ascot, ST. LOUIS. MO. . .., ., ..artj.., .. .,. , - "- -- -- , . $, m. 1whV" ae.m,mtlai)m.1iai4a&1r 'tr.t3JtBBBl . rtJBBaiafiiii"iiii mi aaliia'T "n h' 'if 11 rTlr iflilflMiis - t ? - jrJt- - "'yT "T"7 which has 150 divisions. The short est is Second John, which has one chapter ol 13 verses. FRIDAY, AUGUST It. 3 The longest chapter is the 1 19th Psalms, which has 176 verses. The OUR BALLOT FRAUDS. shortest 117 Psalms, which has two ConfosBlonB of Domocratsof verses. 4. The longest verse la the ninth Past Eloctlon Stoala. verse of the Eighth Chapter ol Esther. The Chicago Record, an Independ It has 90 words. The shortest is the ent paper, prints the following spec, thirty fifth verse ol the eleventh chap lal from its staff correspondent, MaU ter of St. John. It has two word. col in McDowell, who is now nt Prank 5. The eighth verse of the 1 18th lott, Ky.: Psalm sis the middle verse of the BiIf lull the stories some of them la ble. the natture ol confessions which 6. The chapter of have been told me thU wejlc are true Isaiah and the nineteenth chapter ef (he Sute or Kentucky has not hat an Second Kings are alike. loarst election and a fitr count for 7. In the 107th Psalms the eight, ears. In defending the O ebel elec lilteenth, twenty-Gis- t and thltty-Crs- t Ion taw the followers of the Demo verses are alike. ratlc nominee for Governor declare 8. Each verse ol the 136th the law makes It difficult (or any pir- - ends alike. T y to count another ptrty ou-- . 9 IMher is the only book In which tack this claim they admit Out under the name ol God is not found. he old law dishonest elections were 10. The twenty first verse of the he rule. seventh chapter of Ezra contains all and Republi the letters ol the alphabet. The nntlGebe1lte :ans, in attacking the law, prove to II. The Bible contains nowonl of heir own satisfaction that it place- - more than six syllables. 'he election machinery of the State In the hands ol Mr. Goebet. To show A MothorTollsHowShetavod Hor Llttlo Dauahtor's'Llfo. what he can do with this power they .V tell what has been done. I am a mother of eight children SAUl'LKS OP KENTUCKY ELECTIONS In the city ol Louisville at one elec. and have had a great deal of expertlon the Democrats voted a mule. ience with medicines. Last summer ave him a name and residence and my little daughter had the dysentery :ast a ballot for him. In another in its worst form. We thought she county the county judge was patty to would die I tried everything I could ballot boxes, Cited think of, but nothing seemed to do i plot whereby with properly marked official ballots, her any good. I saw by an advertise were substituted for the boxes used on mentin our paper that Chamberlain's election day. In another county it Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent was the common practice to "flimflam" ballots, and in another the elec and got a bottle at once. It proved tlon officials waited until it was to be one of the very best medicines known how many votes were needed, we ever had In the house. It saved my little daughter's life. I am anx ind the votes came. The above are samples of the ad ious lor every mother to know what missions made by politicians ol the an excellent medicine it is. Had I Commonwealth of Kentucky In the known it at first it would have saved last few days, and there is a strong me a great deal of anxiety and my probability that similar tales will be little daughter much suffering. .old on the stump during this cam Yours truly Mns Geo. P. Bdrdick, Liberty, R. I. For sale by Z. Wayne palgn. m I was told at Lexington that it was Griffin & Bro. langerous to write about election Trie Heat I'merlpllon ror Cbllla Irauds in Kentucky, but if revolvers and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tnst-les- s ind rifles are to be used to answer Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; charges of dishonesty there will be a then why experiment with worthless massacre in the Bluegrass State, for Imitations? Price, 50c. with "election reform" the war cry of Interesting Items. the Republicans and anti Gocbelltes a large proportion of the politicians of In battle only one ball out of the State are talking of dishonest eighty-fiv- e takes effect. elections and fraudulent counts. The State of Texas is about 75,000 GEN. TAYLOR'S STORY. square miles larger in area than Spain, Gen. W. S. Taylor, speaking ol the Brazil will exhibit 500 varieties ol Goebel election law, said: serpents, big and little, at the Paris "It is the most cunningly devised Exposition. scheme for building up a personal Thomas A. Edison's handwriting machine in the State which the mind bears a close resemblance to thatol of man ever conceived. That law was Edgar Allen Foe. ol politics, but framed by a Napoleon Miss Florence Nightingale celebrat Napoleon overreached himself, and ed her eightieth birthday a few days perhaps Mr. Goebel has, too. With before Queen Victoria reached hers, the Goebel election law it is possible Miss Nightingale is in very feeble for the Governor to control the poll health. tics of every county in the State. It Parisian barbers are legally compellts that fact which wakes it such a ed to wash their hands after attenddangerous measure. ing a customer and be'ore waiting on "Under that law the legislature another. They must use, also, only elects a state board of election com nickel-plate- d combs. missioners consisting of three memGermany publishes about 30,000 bers. The law does not provide spec books a year, France 11,000, Italy ifically tor the selection of the com9,000, England 6,000. United States missioners from any political parly. 5,000. The legislature was Democratic and it A wife cannot be required to testify, elected three Democrats. This state or be permitted to testify, either for board appoints a county board of elec or against her husband in bankrupt tlon commissioners of three members proceedings. in each county, and in no county in Every year Chicago uses up about the State are there two Republicans 41,000,000 pounds of soap. This is on the board. In many counties the lor all purposes, but does not include commissioners are all Democrats and the various soap powders and other In some counties two Democrats and compounds which are sometimes used a Populist. in its place. "Ilach county board selects the pre The cake at English weddings is al cluct election officers, consisting of ways a star feature. Usually at a two judges, a clerk and a ah e riff fashionable affair it is fully six feet The law requires that the judges shall high, and Is marvelous architectural belong to different political parties structure of icing adorned with flow, ind that there shall be a like differ ers and figures. ence between the clerk and sherifl Now, the judges decide as to eligibili- ty of voters, and u hen the cannot agree the sherifl casts thrc deciding vote The clerk hai no voice In the I Lt Bona 14 ! al a Ubi wltaamt matter. So this condition is present r tfc fcwIe. not being able to thirty-seventh s 11 SU! "'IJJ'1 1 Hartford Republican. and Domocrat Saya Ho Will Support Taylor ThlB Yoar and MoKln-lo- y Noxt Yoar. Bruin, EMIott Co., Ky., Aug. 4. Editor Ltxlngton Leader: I have at ways been a Democrat, and I favor territorial expansion; I ftvor a vigorous prosecution ol the war In the Philippines; and I Javor the repeal of the Goebel election law. The Demo cratic party in Kentucky with which t have hetctofore acted and voted, op pose these thtee cardinal principles, and the question ia can I, or ought I, as an honest voter, stultllv my own conscience to keep party faith? I think not ; hence, I Khali vote with the party that does favor those things. I think it unpatriotic to call the war in the Philippines a "McKlnley war," and try to embarrass the administra tion while our soldiers are facing Philippine bullets and the diseases of au Eastern climate. I find many Democrats of the aame opinion who will vote aa I will, for Gen. Taylor and the Republican ticket, and who will suppott McKlnley next year for President, rather than Mr. Bryan on an platform. There are many more Democrats who believe that we have already expanded, and that it would b"e both cowardly aud unpatriotic to stop short of giving Agulnaldo a sound thrashing if he does not see the error of his way and acknowledge the supremacy of the American flag. This, I think, he would do If it were not for the Derapsey. II. 8. Irwin. Samuel F, Brown. Secretar- y- CONOEESflONAL. Hon. William 0. Lind say, Hon. W. .1. Deboo. Kepresentative fourth District Hon. D. H. Smith. Senators STATE LEGISLATURE. Senator Ring out the old Rlflg In the new Ring out the fulio Ring In the true " We bring to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway 11 R0. Jarnagtn. Hon. T. G.Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. -- HI Hrf a .Ma. IM -- H .1 CW.fc I" W MaaiaslMllal tMarralfil .M1"??2 e narerrif .K1IIII1I.I. vTictn it aira.iiiTiii, aaiil. to frwu iTiiricre.i, x JfflJ ca TNI SU'ttST IAIIil nil IVli !. MOUR SPECIAL PBICB3n.not hi .Uh.i.k(.i.Mii.bi.uiilliMi wll. .rear. WE MAKE THIS TOP BUOOT.gH. '.UiKSMtSTCSl L YjjSujffn vt'nf'aJoyMl . 11m. He a ... 1 .t Ku. mM.- -. 1 WH bBrtwawr Thai B.r. Mart jrit jz TliTYtTK au. K.lla. tm4 hAn u lllamat, .f f I...1 tutl atrf. ana ha.h .artalaa. ..l.ll.t.U.araii i.Jkw. -1 Mack, utir dark la-- 4 cx-s erial M aar I1M -m bairr.ark. aMa a- - a.a'. Uaur (rata iLJUsr ." ar Rd. I ,..1-H.- a, fm tof KJ5-SEND ONE DOLLAR! "kl 2 jauUKT9lft V"V ... etf Jlfefl co aMii - g ti m :i MJ Lyr iiii OHIO COUNTY. CinCUIT COUKT. Owens-boro. Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. Hon. W. T. Oweu, Judge DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey jS a science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Care for coughs, colJs and all Inllamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus Is cut out ; the cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Hon. J. Edwin Kowo, Attorney Owcnsboro. T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. S A. Auderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrooke, Master Commit- ionei Hart lord. G. B Likens, Trusteo Jury Fund Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. II. Bon-to- n, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tio.ler. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, aud third Monday In May and November two weeks. COUNTY IslBJIl laWaWiiwaWMrjWrl c Mil Trffift vm?c3ai T J"'"-rTBttZ M Uartfoid. 8. T. Stevens. Sheriff Hartford. Dottles Only. 25o., 60o. and $1.00 Sixes BE SURE YOU GET a..! a. aaertAWarann any muvdy aquai to Air. 11) ltm lat Hon y. It irlVfM quick and permAOf nl rem Or. Bill's mrJct-ta btIp woll mi coDghB and cold a. Pine-Tar-Honey COUnT. wfwk loort rtroBg, lira. M. A. Metcalfe, it t Jas. P. Miller, Judge Harttonl. Hartloni. M. 8. Ragland.CIerk M. L. Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday each month. QUARTEItLY in For Salo by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. COUnT. Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in ljle This being conceded, it Is of first importance to get youi training atlhe school thit stands In the very front rank. THE BR Y ANT & STR ATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, JLOUIftYll.t.K, KV.VTUf'KY. BOOK-KEEPIN- A Easiness Ijdcie&iioxi 1 Begins on the Bccoml each month. COURT OF Monday in CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the secDud Mooda) in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist Id SHORTHAND. his line. Graduitesol this college preferred by bus! J n ess houses. Write lorn beautiful book giving tesTELEGRAPHY. timonial!) from graduates occupying prominent positions all over thr 28 United States it will be malted to you FREE. G N. Moxley, Surveyor. G. D. Ii'iyal, Assessor. trrriwmrwrrmr'rT9Tm The Smith Premier Typewriter ...Is the... V "Antics " Fon Rogers, School Supt. Therelore, 1 shall for the present sup L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur lrort that policy that says to the ene- Springs. Poorhouse C. R. Campbell, mies of my country, "Stop your treason and rebellion and we will treat Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. you fairly in all tblnga " T. A. Evans Court will be held In conclusion I desire to say that al though I am over 60 years of age, I at Fordsvillc on March 1st, June lit, have repeatedly offered my service to the Government to fight either in Cuba or the Philippines, and that I had four years' solid experience in that line In company with the gallant little ex Confederate Gen. Joe Wheel er, in command of the Second Mis souri Artillery, C. S. A. Very Respectfully, S. H. Kino. A housekeeper living In Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania, had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old A v. m Economical machine made. the minimum. Writing Machine, and Rtpale Hits are reduced to Ills the Best Value Writer. a y A Constructed on scientific principles of simple pjirts, It ts tht most datable tnm A T 5?5PP 421 Walnut St., V rtilnnr. ill The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, w 215 5th St. Loulsvillo, Ey Cincinnati, O. w. M. nvjm h ui- - 1 tlAHNIM lilAlrl VdUr bAainil avail B wEDW ii iiju iunwuemin it at aiHHU jour nearrai irritfai urpoi hu ii cnpfSBt i IT AiiVll fl found ptrtetl ttltfteurr, e tartly rtprent1. kg i imiwh enrri mrn 9fv u. aaa sua, tniii okKiTiar BiKatis iou Ivtib hiikd vt, r- - rear rnMiimiOur Opoplal Offer welu-b- etc en 'g,au retS an J frelffhteiiatvts. The machine Price ISO nnnndu and tlis will it raj TI mnu f.. taatfh VII mllM ryJrF a I illMTaWiJ;aE3HBytfnt'l IT THREE MONTHS' TRlALln CUE return your I14.W any day you era not your own horn II and fcEf: yirgggElfgSrffigMi: I rig eif- will tatisfled. We aaa rraare wraiej xaeeieee ai rftrti Vll.vo. .01 iu.uq,Catalan. la Oar Free kUf ft) Maaeea, all rally kiSI3.SO fcrlM- - DROP DESK CABINET JJUHDIOK a ui y .Buia-aiauo wubibiu. ur u uuuttf I RVQgU concerns IMITATIONS our ail vmtanienia, oiXeruuc eahaeea eiee anir varioai names, with varioui Inducement. vTrlie one frlaaa la Cklaaae aaa laara ka ara SEND WO MONEY attHHSMrSSS KjjtDM j !! Philosophy of tho Eyes. Blue eyes are said to be the weak est. Upturned eyes are typical of devo' tlon. Wide open eyes are indicative ol rashness. eyea are alwaya to be distrusted. Brown eyes are said by oculists to be the strongest. Small eyes are commonly supposed to indicate cunning. The downcast eye has in alt ages been typical of modesty. The proper distance between the eyes is the width of one eye. People of melancholic temperament rarely have clear blue eyes. Eyes with long, sharp corners India cate great discernment and penetration. The white ol the eye showing be neath the iris is indicative of nobility of character. Gray eyea turning green In anger or excitement are indicative ol a choleric temperament. When the upper lid covers half or more of the pupil the indication Is of cool deliberation. An eye theuppertld of which passes horizontally across the pupil indicates mental ability. Unsteady eyes,rapldly jerking from side to side, are frequently indicative ot an unsettled mind. It is said that the prevailing colors ol eyes among patient of lunatic asylums are brown and black. Eyes of any color with weak hrows and long, concave lashes, are Indlca tlve of a weak constitution. Eyes that are wide apait are said by physicians to indicate great intelligence and a tenacious memory. Eves ol which the whole of the iris Is visible belong to eratic persons, often with a tendency toward insanity. Wide open, staring eyes in weak countenances Indicatejealouiy, bigot ty, intolerance and pcutinacity without firmness. Byes placed close together In the head are said to indicate pettiness ol disposition, jealousy and a turn fur fault finding. When the under arch of the upper eyelid is a perfect semicircle It la indicative of goodness, but also of timidity sometimes approaching cowardice, All men of genius are said to have moving and bright. eyes clear, slo This is the eye which indicates mental ability of aome kind, it does not matter what. Blue eyes are generally considered , effeminate, but this is a for blue eyes are found only among Can casslon nation, and tbe white races rule the world. Pearson's Week. g nth-take- ldf Kus?I?s'(5& Ul ms It! BEWARE OF AID ftHO ABB IWw filfJlULK 1UT. I rJC DUrTtJIUfV tVIBT UUOU rvIXT OP BTkKT UlUll DBIUI DC WITH THI AIH11I CVrtnaornoiB. alAlir HVTIlt HlTHAkt:UHi AMFUTTA, IN mVM 11IKJIM1 JIAlLJtlAb a,if xjl "jwj tr s Si'im if. h iiAirs )M badckl e4 MtMaa. nil OBUIKTO (IS. 60, llll wwj Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK w V SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK pnitiy rUkO roUIKkU, oua lUaatrationahowa macbioa cioait.(Lealdro , BtM from larlitl rtat with full to W labia fcf ft aaaur Ubl. aiaaa artawing,U 4 ilitr paa and bead la plica for fM) lnfth tfrawara. lattat lltt UtltU turn, carted. analetl, ambod ami ocoormiaa canines uniin. nntii nickci orawtr uuiia, rami on a caa- itand. ffra ballbaarlnRftdJaBUblatraadla.BvnolnaHmvthlron vUietl laraa DWh Ira biaa. Dbiltlta four motion feed. Ml f threading Tlbrai Inc'bntlla, AQtoaUo bobbin winder. adJuiUbla bearings patent teoaloa llbaratvr. Improved looaa wbeaUftdjuaUblapraeaer foot, lmproted ahuttle patent dreiw mard bead la handsomtlj decoralad oamir, patent nradla andra.ato4 aaa bMaUfallf WIOJCEIj TRtMMEO. . . anada, Brj laawaaUaehaMai kfarakhea aaa aar Traa JnitruCtlOO Book telle or of fancy Jwt howanronoran run tt and doetther plain U any kind every work. machine BINDTNO QUARAKTKR wni with toaeaandeiainlna this machine, compare It ii C01TS iuu numinu .i.hthA.nn..iAHkUn. nn L AA Ami Ihah If kAnlnr4 ab Apa.Ih if ..Ik. .a alA.AA. haw ... 9wm www ! rt ! I.LI. ak . .u ... .v "u rwm Hm . ..vftvvi av Blh.u a. . . invars, nntuuri n m r kunruuyni; rsiiauin rxiuor ) vfLiii wY &m3 j w Il. ?r tr, ..tain row sura ll lataasUarl far the puvr aadl wnlmQwnirm. ua ..,aarwai smm September 1st and December 18th. b mUi hr aendlaaf fort I IB IIHHUHNaJirWI m raaU ta tbe Kiran CMataia. Be. ta "ty raevueivtU w aeal for re eeata. Kir aaa ftri it, Mew Tee- wr a rtagte B. F. Graves Court will bo held .n ajiMiw mtjwmm a Uajaaf easraa a4 tub w aesif ( siwsvn iiPisaiifaa at Butord on March 30, June 29, Sep-- 1 ' tetnber 28 and December 21. 8. J. Weller Court will be he'dj at Sulphur Springs on March 28, June 27, September 26 and December 23. ' & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY' H 11. Taylor Court will be held LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Ticket Office, 722 fetith Uteote. Union Depot. Smith it. Intr. at Cromwell 00 March 4, June 10,1 XTLEB SXT ETTSrr, T,.rA.TiCXS 1000. September 2 and December 9. W. A. R'iNE Court will bo held at Loulsvillo to St. Louis & West. St, Ixiuis to Loulsvillo Si East Centertowo on February 13, May 29, No. 45. No. 41. No 44 No. 46. August 28 aud November 1. Leave Louisville 7:45a m 8:jsp m Leave St Louis 8:55p m 7:56a m CITY DIRECTORY. " Owensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon W. H. Barnes, Judge. " Henderson 11:45pm 13:55am " Evansvllle 2:2op m 2:45a m J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. 2:46pm " Evansvllle 1:15am "Henderson 1:25am 3:10am TOWN TRUSTEES. ' Owensboro m " Mt.Vernon, III S. K Cox, Ch'ra'n. 4:00a m Arrive St Louis 7:3p m 7:10a m Arrive Louisville 7M5p in I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. 7:30a m jno. E Bean, Sec'y. OTTZU VI I.T.TB TO A. D. White. No 43 No. 4t No. 45 Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. . 7:45a in Leave Louisville . 4:5op 111 8:35pm R. hold their regular meeting Saturm " Hawesvtllc. 8:o4p m n:o8p m 10:43a day before the first Sunday in each ' Owensboro. I2:58p m 9:o5p m 11:40a m month in Court Hall at I o'clock p. " Henderson. m m I2:45p 12:55a m io:ip W. A. Carson, Com. m. Arrive Evansvllle . m 1:15pm lo:4op 1:25am John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. EVANSVILLBTO LOUISVILLE. for Fifty C.ntb No. 42 No. 44 Guaraawed tebat-cbablt cure. make, weak No. 46 m.mtroo-- , blood pure. Wc.St. Alldrufiliu. m Leave Evansvllle 6:50a m 2:45a m " Henderson 2u6p m 7:15a m 3:10a m " Owensboro 8:15a m i'AAP m 4:00a m " Hawesvllle 4Uop in 9:13a m 4:50a ra Arrive Louisville 7 45p m 1235P m 7:30a m All trains run through solid to Evansvllle. Through Parlor Cars and Pullman Sleepers on alt trains to Evansvllle and St Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 connect st Irvington for Fordsvllle & Hardlnsbnrg daily. 36 -. auai awiw-mm aaaaw aa.ww twaw, mew etjle paeket CBfitOalnff rmv air in raartM la par carte (wnbaa. at aaa) ta mtmrn M fee mi al eatsa f t l.t, I GROVE .... .... .... .... .... ai.VU. atal & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. SUHiiiUMUiNMmNiNMMUibU. A FREE PATTERN g briber. S (jonr own .election) to eferr tab- Onl SI ctnU a ear. g HlaaBaaataVaaaaaj BHLalJluSiie' MCALL'S fOanaftVMBBfBtlBBBVBkYaVBS T? MAGAZ8NEW yZ Z ;- - h g Z 1 A LADIES' MAQAZINE 3- A rem I beauttful colored pUttflf laicit 3 Uihtun-- 1 econumici i lancr S ftcribe or, wnd or Utct copy, 3; Z Ladr arenia aranlail Send fa- - farms Styllah, Reliable, Simple, Up-t- o date, Crnnomtcal ant AbtolmelT l'erfcct.FltliuiT Taper Pattern. M BAZAR. 11 BpfrJXl SEND US flNE DOLLAR Ifetm aalUra a ttWia hfOk, bjUtlihlL K.aaiuiuv it a ttUL AID HUutt U.U,eutO.t to lamination SfliiStti:BlBi3B IUvJtgU.iHU III 4 g gI & Onlr Z CNrwfifamaAlltmatirj. io and 1 cti each none bilker S Ask for thm tnM In n.i,l....,.e,t. and town, or by mail from 5 IIIBnJBBaMMWi Ditfni Wtll 14lh St., N.w York, freight epot and If found imrffct ly katUlartory aal ta vreala! tltS you kaw flfr heard or htwe WtK. THE McCALL CO., 6 Sfl-S ACME ONSTIPATION ()( g If TMT III rnln)HT tbllTaar arklllL mitk. each voting pncinct there is one Republican judge ant clerk and one Democratic judgeandherif). On the face of It that is a fair division, but the Republican clerk has no vote on matters In dispute, so the one Re WTio eji thtak almpl Wanled-- An Idea Cf aotur paicuif publican judge Is in the minority, miDf to froUct your Idoaai ther may trio tou ratth. BEARS. ROEBUCK ACO.dKOCri.CrW.ll. with two Democrats against him, X) , Fa teat Attor. Writ JOHN WUbliEHllUKN (pears keatMck A Ce. art Uere&il,! rkl.-IlU- s) nera. Waeblnston, U. O for their $1 tun prlw oil The law penults the county board pd Hat of two luuidratl la. aiioci woij. to remove Irom office any judge, clerk or sherifl at any time without cause and This can be done in the middle nl Tlio Southern Railway. election day. So it Is possible for the Through tight Beit Southern States party in control of the election mi Kruliirhy, Vlr;liilii,fiMiili ('inn. cblnery ol change, say, five votes in linn, ..Illinium, Truiie..ce, 'iirlli i Hrullmt, (JrtKl"i each precinct. That means 15 000 HIMt 3lllll.lll)ll. Thai's what II cost America last yean votes In the State, and it can he done 6463 Miles Thtte Daily Trains Io keep alive a disease thai Is mating within the law, too. As the balloU Between I.oulsvilleand Lex strong men wean, ana wean men ucau, are burned Immediately after they are ington Observdttou Chair FlauresanDalllnnT Yc J. but the finan cial loss don'l comparo with Iho loss Cars. Trains leave and ar counted, and as the court of appeals ol vital power, ino ever present nan rlveLautavillefrom Seventh has decided that since the ballot Is twitching mouth, with restless eyes, Street Union Depot, consecret a witness cannot tell on the moving leel and tobacco tainted skin necting with trains oi the Itlls the story. Don'l you think It's witness stand how he voted, it is Illinois Centrnl Railroad and lime Io quit quit quick! quit naturally made a matter of considerable difficulI, II &St L Railway. oy taking ty to punish fraud. NOTO-BAC- . for I'lfoiiiiatioii, AUdicmt "Our hope is that the tidal wave A. Whadan. P. & T. A.. 216 4th an, loulssille, Kf renulilet tobaceo using. In Win. H, Tajlo, Assistant G. P. A., loolstllli, kj a few days all deslro Is cone, your on- - which is sweeping over the State will pelllo Is better, your blood Is purified, make futile any attempt to dllran W J.M.CUI.I. your nerves grow strong. It is truly chlse voters or td thwart the will (I) IrHl M's'r. lin.li.A(l And then, you run no nti WANailNTON,II.C. the people. You can pen up a small tin risk, for you can buy der your own stream, but J cu cannot dam a cloud, tt S5 S with UuifUtif Havtfoarnl tn.nx thousand csm cjtuoti nop ivm. in i.i nil Hvinptonm r.muv djiTtat leiMt two-th- landrria nfDATS t ruatinvnt f ru. TEH imnnUld il R.NtH. CREIJI'J 3013. tloi K, AtUnu. Ok DK. r CDSZO leae the 11 ( H WBITT K) (H'ltllKI FREE tent with ui dar or ail ajulfrclffht cbarirce Thl atoT It titeNo.l,oren ti Umtllill, loiteiittt nude from (ettplif iron, eslra larire nuee, itaaTj curera, ucavy iinmifa ana vreirt larve oven ahvir neay tin lined oven tUtor, baitdiotu. nlcael platnl oruainkutatloi.a and tiluiuiInK. elr larse deep, genuine fciaaaUa porMi luJ rfMrtwlr, banc , ant l bnrnvr tome large ornamented bae, Htt we furnlth fKalt an eitra wood irrare. inaLlmr it a per WB lntl I A llll1l JotlU I ect ee haraer. f fctl wtl tiwff etoTe and ffua rati tee eafedeiWrry toyurrsi roaditat'on. uurlocaldralr wouil cderre j nl. itove, the frtrlbt la only al.ut Ii W iu lor each A't treaa tater-- a at Ual (id 'Ml tech too inllee, $13.00 ed. '. ONE SIDED DECISIONS. .Viy stove catalogue. "In nwra them txcepl by sting bot water Injection. Cbroolo coostlFAtlou for aorta yaar plaood aa la tblaUrrlbtoeoudUloai durlnf that tlma I did but ooTtrfoaodanr rallefj loob wat my cat iiutll 1 bogan valog CABCAHB1U I bow haa from ooa to tbsaa pawagaa a day, aod If I was rich I would glra for each moTamant! tl If lee I It frea afekarta. Try It oae month and timr Mrwinai If van ara iAt fwrfaH-tlloaof thraa orpane will baaoldat CILIa. ,' DONT DLI.AV. OUUKUATO.MK. OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED f OlLlTrl,ILLS.,N0T.la,UM. ParU Uarlela. Co., su laxila. Ho. ue aaa your aetahbor about tia wiita ti.ntl.rn.Qi W. MM laa. roar, flOO I)OUIm of aol dealt withof thle pa per or Hetrepollun National the raUUher OHOVK-TASTKLKfri CHILI. TONIO anj bar. imdi, oruurn cicoauira jiat. nana, 1 ThlcafOi or Uarmaa Etchan7aliank,I4wTnrIi or any railroad or orpreKJ loo.oiia.iw, ootnpy anllraoi.a of thalanraat budlneae Uorki ta buuabt thr.. arua. alraady tbu rear. Jn all oar .a- - empajiy la LIUoafo, We bate aaaali al ef pietnonrvwnbaildtar. tta KLtu(taikaATait.ouea4aFiruitit. io ouainaaa. nar. fllaUtB li.ri.or. or it jmnn,that 10. uroz ualT.raal auiv eleo every U. nil la maelral laetrameuta al towaetwboleaale prices. Wrlta for fiweparlalortfabUB n.r.r ao!4 an artkl. air. extth i W..HHI KDura trulr. iH.ivwwiiv iaUiua aa our Tooio. ist hi. bimi a ia. in uirtaiir raaaia.aaKar.j ADStr.CABB ACO. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (lac), Fulton, Datpl.lnci and W.min SU., CHICAGO, ILL. JU8TA9COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 60 cts. 18 CHILL TDNIC For sale by J. TASTELESS depot, e rapreaeale4, eaaqal to arcane that aaa if j cm Anil It aiaetl retail at Tfr.O ta $ tOil.SO. tbe rreetatt value yea ater m aad at far bettarttiaaor;aAaalverUaetl botbenaffar woreBwaer, tb artaa, Sll79f freight afcnt aar aelal ttO elafa UaatftetLM. u aia.1L. aisd Irelcbtrtsajvea. ,' S3). 75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE . atart 4 batk-r- , Hh. isa alfrr aa aer Mswla Whri, f "IliC ACaVtCQU&CN teanaaftfcaeeiuiBJBU.aaBilftITI-rtnyeummmml taUt, From tb UlaatraUos alsowa, which UU4raaddlnctrrtiaatbotnpli1roeaa(oma9MldeacrtU wa uitrt. 1 amarabe. aiaasa rrae aaarivraawea at. wthiae ilnUh, handeonelr (leenratad aatl iraameateL lateet lryaitle. TUI ll Ml dull let reel ltirt.ee bUb,1 MtH luriir. U lacbo We aatl walffba KA pamwlj. OwaAs?"KRp fffcai5Sr.,v!Cr4Si uinee otiavee, 11 etui, aeiotravat wiapiaai. CarWa Traale UaWaaa, Balaala, rekaw. Oaateaa, taaatar. Waaaaaa rerte aaa Vet llaeiarai ttUe Ceaflera. I TaaetailU I Qraaa Ota taelt, Orcaeelral Taaasl HU aaaaaUr ne Hmt,tttj lUaaa, I Bt al ! rare a4 Melaflla af II (bsvwtMljIUeeltalaatelUeea, I Bet at I $t BUbBrUevBaaaalLIMaraaaaBtWa, rUealef tWftaelsilaae IVIaelaal BaMa, T1IK ACaIEQI KIJl ae. !! kaa,jticbareonl Uoaro&aLat at the rate bra ted aaaJ In the hlabeat grde loftraneaUi fitted with Hum. mmmm laaaten aaa f Maaaaaa. a,iau uesi Lfoira lai.a. laattura,trbUowataf iba beet rubber claiaLt ti tMllasraatoch and flaatt leather la valeae. ACUK UltaO. U fundabed wHbaHzll befaUsl nlatalTraiach Miirrur. nickel ttlalad Dedal fraasaa. moaiera Improvement. Me rarala free a aaaa-te- e andeterr ataal aaa Ue ergaa beatetiia laatraeUaa beat aaUhatd. CUARAHTEED 28 YEARS. Jt',,,02'1i'ci; ttUi4 lirButiaatBitiiui raauBoaaii. fcyfitaic. o, YcMtcavoeianlna It at yorDarMt fralfht eeaeslaailM. (aaltkiaae. aat aa4 8ENP US ONE- - DOLLAR ati.hfcSlf at4 ta eaHb . JrC!iuJCS!SiiSWaaBV j i l. i to! pt i. mwi, i?r.v-- 7 a, it IMtfll lilt t7fFttVnHW4nm iaeaa Muumif tanaa kmun aad eoodltlooa ol which wa repair a a Sarlll aatlaflad, naraoiae, djui au any part ,; ?mmm:f.mim if.CEEanWaa3RSSfVaiSlaaaata iSV llicriBajapwt2Hp ar aaai (, H. Williams. utiica rtuai. atlhbbaaiuht. UK Buaaall B- Dairoil, II lota. l- Illinois Ci.lri! Railroid. New Orleans f' ' camov FymiCATHARTlC m fc. Memphis, Ur.t ond Mo. I I'opnlar Ronls la " ?'sgg$S$?S? I ynnPrrri BURNED CHEWED TWAOt UAAN liIIMP jga Pleasant. Palatable, Fount. TaiW flood. Po Good, Ha? ar Hiokao, VUakao, or Uripe. kM, ttc, aOa. ... GURI CONSTIPATION. Caf eaj, Cfcleaga, m frail, Kew Herileaj Meanly Tat. M ... $600,000,000. III S!iB SI Announcement J ( , Ul,lllll., & PAfnl to. can aaallv The Corn Thatta Aches b, No 5cs. Snl.c. potaoa. All vatnovad u amsn-mile- DRUQQIST'S QUSHJIHTEE. Vnrr drutgUt autliorltrd to aoll 1 or Mil tui. not.IIby inltl aWOCfef for druff- - No OBaNT OiSBMICAL CO, under absoluto sunruntco to cute every tormoS tobacco using. Our wrllton guarantee. freoBumiloi( au'i IjooUlot called "Xn't Tobacco Hjill and rJmoko Your LI to Awar." uullcrt for Iho nil'ln". Ad. druuTnK UrEItUNO JtKMKpVCO. Olilcago, tfontreat. Can . Now York. ?0 . rrf Urkila. OAtCARETSuTlSS fc.afc.. The Illinois Central now has on sale, and will con. tinue the same until Sept. loth, 1800, round trip sum mer tourist tickets from all points on Its lines In the South to a large list of sum mer resorts in the North. Its last double dally service to St. Louis, Chicaeo.Cincinnati and Louisville en- tibles one to reach quickly and coin-- . lottablv the mountain resorts of Vir ginia, the White Mountains and Sea-- 1 (de of New England, the Thousand Ilands, the lake and forest resorts of Michigan. Wisconsin and Minnesota. the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Yellowstone Park or the resorts of Coloburst." ' rado. Tickets and full Information as to Facta About tho Btblo. rates in connection with the above can t. In the Bible, Old and New Testa, be had of agents of the "Central" and connecting lines nients, there are 3.586473 letters, Wm. Hurrau, Din. ru. A font. Hem Orleans, 775693 words, 31.373 verses, 1,189 ilno. A.ieott. Oil. ftti. Agent, Uimshle. t. 8. H'tch. 01: foes. Agent, Clnelnnntl. chapters and 66 books. A.H.HiHSOI'.Q.r.A W,A.'iuono,.gj.A. t. The longest book i Pa!mi, uniuiut. UAMfOIIXIA. Gaa Llchted Vestibuled Trains with ' Hate Cars, Pullman tileenersand Free j Kecllnlng Chair Cars to Memphis and . New Orleaus Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis ville every Thursday night, and runs through to California via New Orleans and the South Paciflo Buoset Route. Double berth rate irom Louisville to ly San Francisco only SO 60; low rates to intermediate protior-tionate- ANBI A I.I. I'OIKTN IN SHUAMSAS), TtUCtN, MRXIIO AND Ml General Directory. STATE OFFICIALS. (NllUtS. Tho Truo 1 1 Fur particulars write to J. R. Hoi- Hecretaryof State Charles Finley, lis, Traveling Passenger Agent for Attorney Geueral W, 8, Taylor. (J. It. R , Louisville, Ky, Also ask him to send vmi a copy of the South Auditor 8arauel II. Stone. ern Home Seekers' Guide, which is re- Treasurer Geo. W. Long, intortnatinn Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor nlcte with interesting Statistics Lucas concerning the Southern territory. It and ticulture On the first and third Tuesdays ot Hunarintendentl'ublio Iuitructlon- each month Home Seekers' tickets are W. J. Davlwn. Uegiiter Laud Office Unas. O. nld to Southern and Southwestern Reyuold. points al Special Low Rates, good to Insurance Bureau CommuHlone- r- return within twentytoue days irom data ol sale. Liberal stop-ovar D. W. Comlugore. Adjutant ueuerai u. 11. uouier. rangements. Slate Librarian Miss Paul Deaoe A. H. HANSON, Q. P. A., JIardiu. Ciiiuaoo, Illinois. V. A. Kelloud, A. G, P. A., RAILBOaD O0MHI88I0XESS. Louisville, Ky, Jho, 0. Wood, ctwIruMi, J. F. Moore. will he mailed to you tree. Governor William O. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-iogto- Winter Routo to California, No Blizzards. Cold Woathor Snow Dlookadoa. When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort If you know how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON liELT ROUTE and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The chairs sre arranged so you can have a comfort-abl- e seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car Is supplied with a ladles' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker, You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt (unctions with trains fur all parts of Texss, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the ar West, If you art thinking ol tatlna- - trip, writ, and ttlf in where you ar (Olnr and wh.n you wilt leave, and w will ttll ion how much your ticket will cott, what I rain to taa m a. to make the beat time and conncctlona, and anything tl w can that will hrlp make yoar trip comfortable on.. An Inltreatlaglitll. booklet, "A TK1P TO TUXAS," will bn mailed Ire. to any aJdreaa. W. A. McQUOWN. Traveling faaaengtr Agent, tUManaUKif., JWDiaVlLLB. KY. vmtB -- tvr 2 (") B. V. LaBEAUAin, Ocu'l I'au r and Tkt. Agent, ar. louis. ho. nf' 'll'ia iWP'lawilMaiaiaaaiaal -- x ilv J&t --