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A The Tbe The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican 01xiT3fcl:o.KCommercial, yeat,$t XLcttos. and Louisville 1 Globe-Democra- t, and the Coutler Journal, t year, ft 35 and Ihe Toledo (O ) Dlade, 1 year, $1 25 and Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, jit 35. and the tyear, $t 50. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE 35 Eepublican. MBIT l0C5TEC0HSErSS10NiLDlEICI. "U - The Republican has the'Largest Circulatioq'of any Paper Published in Ohio County. Fine Job Work a Specialty. Subscription $1 a year. 4 l VOL. XII. aiflomssasas5fiMis. Perry Westerfiold, Bb&vkk Dam, HARTFORD, KY., FBlBY, -- AUGUST 18, 1899. IS AFRAID OF THE GERMAN. crisp No. 4. $100 dollar note in Dave's hand, whose fingers clutched it savagely through force ol habit. "You're on," said Dave, depositing the century note with the rest of his money. It was some little time before the race with Goebel in it was run, and tbe stranger in the meantime took a walk around the cltv. When he returned the: blackboard showed that Goebel had run absolufely;last. The stranger walked up to Kahn and In a pleasant tone of voice aakWhlmto settle. "Settle for what?" asked Kahn. "Goebel didn't win and vou owe me $r,ooo, besides the $roo I put'up, Iwant$rioo. Come, qnlckorl'U litre ""the place what.. youall pulled!" Kahn held a hurtled consultation with King Henry and .rather than that there should be a rough hough bouse Xingilenry instructed Kahn to pay the stranger his $r,ioo. Then he called a messcneer bov and tele. graphed tue terrible news to the king of Kenton. Attorney at Law Kt. Treated by Ken. W. J. Bryan. A Votor May JOHN P. MORTON UAKTrOHl), KT, Special attention given to all business entrusted to bis care. Office In Court House. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Abandon HlPar-t- y Temporarily Whon an Unfit Candidate Is Nominated. " Will practice his prolession lu all the courts of Ohio and adjoin l rig counties and Court oi Appeals, Special attention given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVUIN, mP In thl i 8riELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special atten tion given to all assignments in bank- ATTORNEY AT LA W Kidneys; Liver and Bowels ClEAnses the System Csj c r r t o umult, OVERCOMES Acts gently on ruptcy, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. attention given to col making abstracts, Ac also Notary Public ior Ohio County. Oflice North tide of publicsquare. JNO. B. WILSON, ritrr, irrty - UAtC SPECIAL ,TSBEHErKCT5BVy THt dtMVItlt-MAM- T o By IlAKrronn, Kt. Will practice his profession in the the courts of Ohio and adjoinlnr counties. Alio Notary Public. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING . (AUfvRNIATCfSYRVF h "2J:."5i twv? v-'- thoosund uM Itjl at leaart twoUilri1ai nf nil urmptomi rraoT Ml T MltmonUU nnd TEH D AYS t reatment nufciiy DROPSY CUftTDwUh lUmi-dle- . HftrveariMl fKtbl DR.H.B.GRIII'I SO.IkixK.AtluU,a. tr. a TlellmordT" "Tor Will practice his profession In all prpalu In lx jrrr I w I could cat nothing form would the Courts of Kentucky. Specjalat-tenti- on but milk tout, and at time, mi HomachMarcu dlrtcvn that alnca given to collections, settle Dot roulu and CASCA111.T3 and Last then I brsan ukln( Improved, mentor decedent's estates, road cases hata atodlirmy life." until I am M well I rer ni In Office up and criminal practice. UatiuJI Uurput, Newark, O. Uire next door to Griflin'stlrug store. 1 Law, Attorney atKY. HAKTFOUD, EL DIP. NEAL, DYSPEPSIA CANDY J. S.R. Wedding, ATTORNEY m Ml CATHARTIC snd COUNSELLOR at LAW, (NOTAKY I'UIIUC) th e courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun-c- ls and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust-to HARTFORD,. - KKNTUCKY. Will practice his profession n all Oood, PlolMnl. his care Office in IUrunuoAH building. llMfltf Uwm4f fMMr..'. fUMfS MMlt.. KM Tm. Ill ... rnlatablo, rvx.nl. T..U Ow1. T0 NaterBlcteu Wrak.n.ur Urlp. 0c,Zx, UK. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Vft Xf nSP Bold ami BiiKr.niMlbf nit druf kluito(UUUTolaocolUblu J RDWIN ROWK. v u vnux. Sir. W A Miller began his school at Oak Grove Monday with about 35 pupils. HARTFORD. KY. Rev. J. V. Pilce filled his regular Will practice In tbe Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeols Prompt appointment at this place Sunday. attention given to all business en Mrs. Vlinlen was baptized, in the trusted tu our care. Office in Herald cttek near Mr. J.W. ODannon's Sun building. day alternoon at 3 o'clock. The wind did some damage to corn JOHN T. RONE, Saturday, breaking the stalks off at tbe ground, OKSTKItTOWN, HI. Mrs. J. A. KIok, who has been visWill prMlleahi irolrlon in all lh iting relatives in Grayson county, has Hiid miIJoIdImb rannaorolilo pelM Mtu-llo- ii returned and reports having a nice ml Uonrl l alt.ii to rollMllena. OlU.alu W. time. A. Knua llllllilluKMr. J. n. Smlth la on the sick list at tills writing. Born, to the wile of Jilden Drake.a Mi 11 . Crops look fine, corn good, tobacco HAltTKOBD, KY. Hpecial attention given to all business better and worms bett entrusted to his care. Office in Court , Mr. John Whaleq, son and wile were in our midst Sunday. House. Passed from time to eternity on the 8th, Miss Ella Cope,' who livej in R, E. LEE 8IMMERMAN, Cromn ell. Her remains were brought to the Christian church today at this Hartfoiid, Ky. place where funeral services were con Will practice hfa profession,ln all the ducted by Rev, J. V. Trice, then laid counties Courts of Ohio and adjoining to rest in the Stewart graveyard to Collections carefully and promptly at- await thtf resurrection morn. X tended to. Office with T. J. Smith &Ce., Market Hlreet. Rowe & Felix, SELECT, KY. ATTORNEY AT LAW Aipl. " Attorney at Law, i Attorney at Law y SHE FIRST BABY. J.E.DAVIDSON, Its Coming 1 Looked- - Forward to With Both Joy and Fear and its Habtfohd, Ky., . Safe Arrival la Hailed With. practice his profession In Ohio Will and adjoining counties. Bpeclal atPride and Delight by AIL tention, given to all business entrusted .to his care. The arrival of the first baby In the bouiehold is the happlcat nnd molt Im33.AJK:fcT:B,r,X 2&m portant event of married life. Tho young wlfo who Is to become a mother delights AT to think of tbe haprtiness In storv for her HARTFORD, KY. when the little one shall nestle upon her Will practice his profession- in all the breast and latterly ahe shall hear it lisp sweet and holy name, "mother." courts of Ohio and adjoining counties the her happy anticipation quickly attention will be given to a But when alio realizes the terrible pain Careful Colbusiness entrusted to his care. and suffering through which she must lections a specialty. Offlceoyer Ohio pass whllo bringing tho little one Into he world. AnTnUoscribablofeoroX tha County Bank. Also Notary Public. ianger attendant upon tho ordeal toon iliifpatea her Joytulness. Thousands of women have Jenmed experience that LAW, by necessity for the there is absolutely aufferings which atA TT01WEY-AT- UKNTVUUY. no roiiimvu.i.t', that by J they know tend child-birt- h all tbe the use of "Mother's Friend" a aolen-tltl- o Will practice bis profession in fow weeks before liniment for a courls of Ohio and adjoiniug counties expectant roothon can trying ni iiirE nr jimieniB. uivui - the preparo hour, themtelvea for the final 10 tentlon given to collections. Office lour that tha pain and suffering of the treaded event are entirely obviated and nexKioorio It Is safely pusied through with comparatively little dlacomfort. II All women are Interested, and e .n.KllllataaablCaT.U smIiIi aimctant mother! who for the " . ... ......AS llul . L raw V9 si s. ftr-lMIrst time have to undergo thta trial, in M Aalkaaa vj jr"zz'?M m mlm'trrM"iir sa luenaromeuyj ior inej anow um win p zrJTtTVJi Ck.atll? r MaVftiMAI) If ( tint suffering, to say nothing of the dan 'ssssW ii I 7" rer, which l in atore fortbsm. "Moth-ir- s w r m BjWbrm:.. I . It wit k r Will " Friend" is woman's greatest bles-jlnom ii , 1, tirwi for It takes her safelythrough the ki nTa .r BMfMl, " tiiii.Ju tin. . overall ordeal of her life. Every woman afeMtfU., CU, ihould be glad to read the little book 'Before Baby Is Born," which contains ftaMU reformation of great value to all. It at hone wiln par pala Vok 111 be sent tree to any one wno eenui Hal aBBl Uielr addreia to The Bradfleld Sega. . S. at WOM.UVCO, Utor Co., Atlanta, Qa. im Men rrjo Attorney at Law, O. AMORNEY Law, van-lih- es - ".. w isssssv VJl .. tfkVp ... - hi g, Ul,.t.-iiy.rr.iu- v: , DM Under the heading, "The Philosophy of Bolting," the following editorial written by the Hon. W. J. Bryan appeared in the Omaha World-Heralon February a 6, 1896, and Is reproduced- laJ Mr.' Bryan's book, 4,The First Battle," on pages 125 6 7: The Bee Is very much agitated at the thought that some Democrats may refuse to vote for the Chicago nominee, and It alternately castigates Secretary Carlisle for refusing to aid Senator Blackburn and the silver Democrats, whom it accuses oi an unwillingness to support a gold bug for President. It gives more space- to criticisms and warnings than It does to an intelligent effort to remove the cause of danger. We have reached the time when calm discussion will avail more than crimination and recrimination and the World Herald invites Its esteemed contemporary todlscuss this question : "Is bolting ever justifiable, and if so, when?" The World Herald holds that the Individual member of a party at all times reserves the right to vote against the nominee of a party and to abandon his party entirely whenever in his judgment his duty to his coun-tr- y requires it. He may abandon the party temporarily, as, for instance, when an unfit candidate is nominated this is'reccsnlzed by the fact that newspapers and speakers discuss, the characters of candidates and point out their fitness or unfitness. The voter may abandon his party permanently cither when he himself chsnges his opinion upon a paramount public question or when his paity changes Its position. The strength of paity organization is found in the fact that men do not like to repudiate a nominee or leave their party for light and trlval causes; in fact, a tendency to vote a straight ticket Is so great that men require the strongest reasons to justify desertions, and yet the right to bolt or abandon lit essential unless man is tu become a mere machine and unless the party machine is to become omnipotent, The desire to draw voters to the party make the party careful to Indorse the wisest policies and the fear that men may bolt is a most effective pro-- . tectioa against bsd nominations Webster defines a party as "A number of persons united In opinions as opposed to the rest of the community or association and aiming to influence or control their general action." Agreement In opinion Is an essential thing. Who would defy a party as "a number of persons differing in opinion, but united in an effort to ses cure tbe offices!" The reason why abandonment of party is not frequent is found In the fact that party principles are generally permanent in character and therefore the members pf the party agreeing in opinion work together harmoniously to carry out these opinions in legislation, Tbe fact thit a new national platform is adopted every four years is evidence that the right of the patty to change its position on public questions Is universally recognized, and the fact that a campaign is carried on through the press and upon the stump is proof that the right of the voter to change his party affiliations is also recognized. The party is a means, not an end, it has no reason for existence except as it enables a citizen to secure good government. When is a man justifi ed in abandoning bis part)? Obviously when he satisfies bimpell that some other party la a better means through which to serve his country. If tbe members of a party agree up on the important issues difference of opinion on minor matters is ( llttlr consequence, but difference of opinion upon tbe questions that are' for th. time being paramount always has destroyed, always will destroy and always ought to destroy harmony. It may be said to contemplate tbe disturbance of harmony or tbe disintegration of tbe party, but until human nature is changed and our form of government abandoned such things must be contemplated. When the tariff was the main Issue Democrtiti stood together regardless of difference of opinion on the money question; but oow tbe money question is patamount, and we see such a Democraticreformer as John G Car lisle refusing to aid Democratic tariff reformers like Senator Blackburn In bis fight against the Republican pro atectlonUts, and we see a tariff relors trier like Grover Cleveland carrying out the financial policy of a protectionist like John Sherman, Can a national convention harmonize the discordant elements of the Democratic ? Impossible, . part) I Suppose the advocates of bimetal d - lism control tbe national convention and nomipate a free silver Democrat upon a free coinage platform, will Cleveland, Carlisle, Olney, Morton et a!., support the ticket? Of course not. They say the free coinage ol silver means Individual dishonesty, commercial disaster and national dishonor, and If they believe what they say, they ought not to support the ticket because their duty to their par ty organization. If, on the other hand, the convention nominates a gold standard Democrat on, a platform Indorsing the gold standard, gold bonds and national bank currency, should the nominee be supported by those who believe the gold standard to be ,a conspiracy of the capitalistic classes against the producers of wealth a crime against mankind? Who says that they should? If to continue Mr. Cleveland's financial policy is to declare war against the eommon people, what friend of the common people would be willing to enlist In such a warfare eveu at the command oi his patty? There is no compromise between monometallism and bimetallism; there is no middle ground between the issue of all paper money by the government and the Issue of all paper money by the banks. There may have been a time when compromise was possible, but the question is now before the people, and it must be settled one way or the other. If the question was unimportant .one it might be settled within tbe party and the decision acquiesced In; bnt it is a question of right or wrong; a qnes tion of justice or injnslce; a question of freedom or slavery. Will the Bee advise its readers to silence their conscience, close their eara to cries of distress and their eyes to a misery greater-tha- n "war, pestilence and famine have wrought" and vote the ticket straight if the gold bngs control the convention? H does not dare give that advice if it has any interest in the wellfare of its readers. The Democratic party cannot serve God and mammon; it cannot serve plutocracy and at the same time defend the rights of the masses. If it yields to the plutocracy it ought to lose and it will lose the support of the masses; If it espouses the cause of the people it cannot expect either contributions or votes from the capitalistic classes and from the great cor porations. If the gold standard Democrats control the national convention they will determine the policy of the Democratl ic party questions. Will they give the people relief, from corporate aggression and from the oppression of trusts? Will they make this a government of the people, by the people and for the people? The Bee knows that the goldstandard Democrats instead of offbnllng the people .needed relief, would simply carry on the government according to Repubx lican ideas. When the Democratic party has gone down fighting for the right it has felt certain of resurrection but what assurance has it of rising again If it goes down fighting against the Interest of tbe masses? When the spirit of Jefferson leaves the Democratic party it will be a corpse. It abandonment oi party is ever" justifiable the voter must determine for himself Jwhen the time for abandonment arrives. shontd he decide? The When proper time, If riot the only time, Is after the party has adopted its platform and named its candidate, Uu-t- ll that time he does not know whether he can rely upon it to secure the government which he regards as good and the legislation which he considers necessary, Does participation in a primary or convention bind the voter to support a policy which he considers ruluous? If be tries through his party organization to save his country and fails, must be then take a hand in its destruction? If a great question arises, must he assume that his party will go wrong and therefore leave it betorc it acts, or should he try to hold his party to the right course? If a question of supreme importance atlses which threatens to divide tbe party, have not the majority the right to retain tbe party name and organization? And how can the majority be determined unless all members of the party bave a right to take part in tbe decision? In some of the western States tbe gold bugs have insisted that silver Democrats should pledge themAelves to support the nominee betorc taking part in the selection of delegates. If a pledge Is to be requited it should be required of those who select delegates, an well as on-al- south. The eastern papers announce with great emphasis that a free silver Democrat cannot carry an eastern State. Is that not a declaration that eastern Democrats,alter taking part in the selection of a candidate will vote against him If they do not like him? The Democratic party has elected its candidate Irom New York for 20 years for the purpose of 'securing tbe electoral vote of New York, and yet some western Democrats Insist that tbe Democrats of the west and south are in duty bound to support the nominee, regardless of his position on th'c money question, even though the nominee, if elected, may destroy the value of their products, mortgage their homes to foreign capitalists and lower the standard of civilization. repudiates such The a doctrine and demands the same lib erty, tbe same independence, the same political rights for tbe Democrats of the south and west that our eastern brethren have at all times en joyed, Will the Bee enforce against It own. readers a doctrine which it has no power to enforce agalnsWthe gold bug Democracts of the eastF Or will it recognize the right ol all Democrats to a voice In (lie deliberations of tbe party, with a reserved right to aban--dothe party whenever the party abandons the cause of the people? World-Heral- of those t who act a.i delegates; but command allegiance or deserve supwhat' organization has a right to re- port. quire such a pledge? Aside from the novelty of Bryan 1 A bounty organization might re and Altgeld taking opposite sides in qulire a pledge of those who arc going the Kentucky quarrel, tbe interesting to vote upon a county ticket, and a revelation Is made that Mr. Bryan Is state organization might require a disposed to sustain "regularity" even plee! of those who are going to vote against the ties of friendship. Mr. Altgeld since the spring election has JHpojj a state ticket, but only a na tional organlzition can require a permitted it to be believed that he will pledge of those who are going to vote make a fight ior control of the Cook npoM national candidates and nation county delegation to the Democratic al questions. It would be manifestly national convention next year, and, unfair to the Democracy oi Missouri falling to secure the delegation will to bfc required to give a pledge to carry a contest to the convention. nominee of a national con- Presumably from Mr. Bryan's course. vention unless the same pledge was In the Kentucky affair, Mr. Bryan required of tbe Democrats of Massa- will stand by the regular organization chusetts. Why shouldthe Demo- in Cook, county and will antagonize crats of the west and south "agree to Altgeld'a claims for recognition in support the nominee of a national convention unless the Democrats of But lu the contest In Cook county the notrheastern states enter into the another element enters. Mayor liars same agreement? Has any eastern rison has been talked of for President, State pledged its Democrats to vote and while Mr. Bryan would sacrifice for a free silver candidate if nominatby beldg "regular" In Kentucky he ed? Of course not; and yet if election might be assisting a rival ii he stood returns are worth anything they prove by the reyular organization in Chicago Record. that eastern Democrats arc more apt to bolt than the Democrats of the A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of Annie 15 Springer, of 1125 Howard St., Philadelphia,Pa., when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden. All other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she says of that Royal Cure--"- it soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe." So will every one who tries Dr. King's New discovery for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c. nnd fr.oo. Trial bottles free atj. II. Williams' Drug Store; every bottle guaranteed. H3r Stransor Given RogardlngKontucky Politics. Told AboutGoo-bFund. ol Information TheGerman, the mysterious Strang er who Is making the lives of King Henry von Webmhoffand Dave Kahn a miserable burden held forth at the Turf Exchange again yesterday but he had read The Dispatch in the morning and he made no great plunges on sure things. King Henry viewed him with fear and Dave Kahn trembled when he advanced toward the betting table and laid down two $100 bills to be plsyedon Prestidigitator. Dave took thYslranger-eVerttfocorner of the room and spoke to him something like this: "You put your money in your pocket and keep it there. We don't want none of it here. Yon see, It's just this way. We ain't any too flush, and we can't stand a very heavy tapping. You see, we are simply running here for the benefit of the Goebel campaign fund ahd the pounding you gave us yesterday crippled us so that It will be September or October before we will be able to recover from it. In the meantime the campaign will drag along without spice or ginger, "Do you put ginger In your campaigns in this country?" Interrupted the stranger with a strong foreign accent. "Do we?" said Dave, "Say, how long have you been In Louisville?" "About a week," was the reply. "Then you wasn't here during the Democratic convention," oald Dave. "Talk about your ginger. Say, it was nothing but spice, ginger and Redwine from.start to finish." "Do you give away red wine at your, political conventions' in this country?" asked the stranger. "It was Redwine who did the giving away. He gave away every Hardin delegate he could get hold of didn't give them away exactly, just swapped them off or Goebel delegates. Ilia swapping has kinder crippled Goebel and us people here are expected to pull him out of the hole. That't why we are running this place. If it wasn't for that we wouldn't be in the business, but the campaign fund must be kept up." "I see yob have a king here," said ne and" Rev. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords me much pleasure to recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used It and know others who have done so. Ihaveneverknown It to fall. It Is, a sureT:ure when taken In tlm." For sale by ?. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m Don't. Don.'t work yourself to death in or der to make a living. Don't envy your neighbor's luck; envy his pluck, if anything. " Don't expect your opinions to fit If you obtain them ready made. Don't attempt to talk if your mouth Islull or your head is empty. Don't forget that quitting a fault la the best way to correct it. Don't forget that nothing appears or disappears quicker than tears. Don't deride the vanity of others. It isn't modesty that creates a sensor. Don't think because a man never knows what he can do until he tries that It's always expedient to try. IT SultYoursolf. The person who intends to tske the old copybook proverbs as hla standards in life will often find himself in a very perplexing quandary. Thus, which of the following will be.ilecide to act byt "Marry in baste and repent at leisure," and "Happy Is the wooing that's "Out not-lon- 4 i ij During the civil war, as well as in our late war with Spain, diarrhoea was one of the most troublesome diseases the army had to contend with. In many instances it became chronic and the old soldiers still suf fer from it. Mr. Da.vld Taylor, of Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., Is one of these. He uses Chamberlain's" Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never found anything that would give him such quick relief. It Is lor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m ., An examination in Rochester of the eyes of 1,005 school children showed that 252 had defective vision. Robbod thoGravo. A Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, a doing." sight, out of mind," and the stranger; "King Henry." "Absence makes the heart grow fon"Yes, he's a king all right enough, der." all but the bonnet." replied Kahn. e "A rolling stone gathers no moss," "All but the bonnet? What do vou and "A setting hen gathers no feathmean by that?" asked the stranger. ers." "A stitch in time saves nine," and "I believe in your couutry you call "It'aVeyer too late to mend." 'em a crown. We call 'em bonnets " "There's honor among thieves," In this country," explained Dave. "Can't he buy him a bonnet?" and "gct'a thief to catch a thief." "Discretion is the better part of "Say, he won't have to buy any If valor," and "Nothing venture noth- Goebel'a elected, and that's why we're ing gain." all pulling so bard for Goebel." "Tbe man who is his own lawyer "Pulling for him. What do you has a fool for a client," and "If you mean by that?" asked the foreigner. want anything done, well do it your"Why reaching out lor everything self." in sight not letting any bets escape . A Frightful Blunder you." "Will Goebel win, do you think?" Will often cause a horrible Burn, "I don't think it, I know it, I'll Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Ar- lay $1,000 to $too that he'll win," nica Salve, the best in the world, will Just then the stranger happened to kill the pain and promptly heal It. look up at tbe blackboard on which g of T Gar Oooattpatlon Take OaacartU Cacdr Cathartic, lOoorSSo. rail to cure, dm jglu refund moae. aaa Vorr 4$ World's Hallway Mileage. Tbe German Archlv fur Elsenbahu-wese- n has collected statistics of the railway mileage of the world, which we condense for our readers. The total length of all the railroads In the world is'abput 455,000 miles. Of this about 185,000 miles are in the United States, and the entire western hemisphere has 236,000 miles, or over half the entire mileage of the world. Next to tbe United States cornea Germany with 30,000 miles. In other words, the United States has over six times as much railroad as any other country. Third comes Russia with 28,-5- 00 mllcs;ithen France with 26,000 miles, Great Britain and Ireland with. 21,500 miles, India with 2r,ooo miles, Austria Hungary with 31,000 miles, British America with. 17,000 miles, Italy with 10,000 miles and Argentine with 9,500 miles. Belgium has tha most railroad in proportion to territory, her ratio being 33 miles to each mile. Australia square has the greatest mileage In proportion to her ratio being 52 miles to The ratio each 10,000 Inhabitants. for the United States Is just half as great. Germany has only 5 miles to Pathfinder. each 10,000 Inhabitants n, ii ft startling incident, of which Mr. Boils.Feloag.Corns.allSkluKruptlonr. thk! races at Chicago and in the third John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the Best Pile cure on earth. Only 35 cts. race he noticed Goebel as one of the subject, is narrated by him as follows: a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by starters. "I was in a most dreadful condition. J. II. Wllllans.Druggist. "You lay me a fr.ooo to f 100 that My skin wai almost yellow, eyes Bo Truo to Yoursolf. Goebel will win?" asked the stranger. sunken, tongue coated, pain contin"That's what I said," replied Dave, ually in back and sides, no appetite A correspondent of the Household "and I never crawfish-o- n my own gradually growing weaker day by Three physicians had given me up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying , Electric Bitters;' and to my great joy and surprise, the first bottle made a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man, I know they saved my life, and robbed the grare of another victim" No one istjopld fail to try them. Oply 50 cts., guaranteed, at Jt H.Williams, Drug Store. day, were recorded the horses entered in Drydn, Altgold and Coobol, Mr, Bryan has said that he will go to Kentucky to help elect William Gocbel Governor. Mr. Altgeld says be wU not assslst Goebel, and It Is understood that he will help any candidate for Governor of Kentucky who may be nominated by those Democrats who refuse to support Goebel. Thus it is possible that Bryan and Altgeld will confront each other In Kentucky, supporting opposing fac tlons that are more determined In their antagonism than are ordinary partisans. Hitherto these gentlemen have stood together. They hsd come, to be looked upon as Insepaiable, but now everything points to a separation, Mr, Bryan finds himself in a predican ment. As a faithful Democratic be feels that be must be a disciplinarian and as such he cannot Ignore "regularity" in a nomination. Therefore he believes that he must support Goebel. Mr. Altgeld Is a law unto himself aad defies patty restraints, He justifies bis action on tbe ground that Goebel'a nomination was not honestly rude and therefore does not par-tlss- Tonigfffai la out of order, causing Sick Headache, Heartburn, or Constipation, tnko a dose of If your liter Biliousness, Hood's Pill On retiring, and tomorrow your digestive organs trill bo regulated and you will bo bright, active and ready for any kind of work. This has been the experience of others) it will b? yours. HOOD'S PILL8 are sold by all medicine dealers. 25 cts, Department of a Farm and Ranch, proposition, discussing the sometimes discord that "I'll just bet you $100 he don't prevail In families, does not place all win," said the stranger, placing a the bjame upon tbe husband. She says: "An aunt of mine, a woman of great Intelligence, once said to me, 'Any woman who will talk about her husband and live with him will tell a He.' sounds plain, but 'of the few that 1 know ol this class I find It about as mild as Is necessary to put it. They are deceiving tbe very man who tolls and sweats for their bread, and such a woman would be untrue to her own mother or child. This subject brings down In the secret In every S. made S. Promptly Reaches the Seat demonstrates teit superiority S.over esilly avenues of the heart the key to it all its other a loveless marriage, false vowt.falic 0100a remeaies. 11 matters not now the ease, nor what other treatliving, when often terminates In a of all Diseases and ment or remedies have failed, B. 8. S. ruined home and disgraced family. always promptly reaehes ana eares any Girls be true: be not bought by the PurflC fka Wnrct P90a? disease where Ue blood Is In any way involved. 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They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up ' your health. Rosy to Is ths enly remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains n taker' Try them. or any other mineral or chemical,. falls t Only 25 cents. Money back If not mercury, potash, arsenio, Scrofula, Itheumattim, Contagious It never FoUaa, Blood cure Oancer, Eeiema, cured, Sold by J. II. Williams, Tetter, Bolls, Carbuncles, Sores, etc. Valuable books mailed free by Swift Bpeclflo Company, Alkni. Druggist. 0. St S. GOES TO THE BOTTOM. IM deop-soatc- d I .... ' SSaW, S. S. 8. FOR THE BLOOD 0. Hwatj. i,- - c 't ' re1MiV ii 11 . .. V . fcU.Ml.lJ. -- Jifcs. I yn-- r r t , . r up I. Ml J! rJ 1,1,1., t J " '" " '. m IWHIII IH,1).-H.iJJ.- i (jfHJ -- - - i Tbe The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican and Louisville Conimerclat, l yeat,$t and the Courier Journal, 1 ear, $t and the Toledo (O 1 Dlade, t year, $1 and Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, $1 1 year, and the ft 35 25 as 50. The Haotoed! Republican, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PART. IK TUJfOVaTB C0X&RE8SI0VAL DISTRICT. The Republican has the Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. Subscription $1 a year. No. 4. XII. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1899. lism control tbe national convention nnd nomipate a free sliver Democrat upon a free coinage platform, will Cleveland, Carlisle, Olney, Motton et al., support the ticket? Of course not. They say the free coinage of silver means Individual disboresty, commercial disaster and national dis honor, and If they believe what they say, they ought not to support tbe ticket because their duty to their party organization. If, on the other hand, the convention nominates a gold standard Democrat on, a platform Indorsing the gold standard, gold bonds and national bank currency, should the nominee be supported by those who believe the gold standard to be a conspiracy of the capitalistic classes against the producers of wealth a crime against mankind? Who says that they should? If to continue Mr. Cleveland's financial policy is to declare war against the common people, what friend of the common people would be willing to eullst In such a warfare even at the command ot his party? There is no compromise between and bimetallism; monometallism there is no middle ground between the issue of all paper money by tbe government and the Issue of all paper money by tbe banks. There may have been a time when compromise was possible, but the question is now before the people, and it must be settled oneway or the other. If the question was unimportant .one it might be settled within the party and the decision acquiesced in; but It Is a question of right or wrong; a ques tlon of justice or injusice; a question of freedom or slavery. Will the Bee advise its readers to silence their conscience, close their ears to cries of distress and their eyes to a misery greater than "war, pestilence and famine have wrought" and vote the ticket straight if the gold bugs control the convention? It docs not dare give that advice if it has any interest in the wellfare of Its readers. The Democratic party cannot serve God and mammon; it cannot serve plutocracy and at the same time defend the rights of the masses. If it yields to the plutocracy it ought to lose and it will lose the suppoit of the masses; if it espouses the cause of the people it cannot expect either contributions or votes from the capitalistic classes and from the great cor porations. It the gold standard Democrats control the national convention they will determine the policy of the Democratl ic party questions. Will they give the people relic! from corporate aggression and from the oppression of trusts? Will they make this a government of the people, by tbe people and for the people? The Bee knows that the go!dastandard Democrats instead of ofTording the people .needed relief, would simply carry on the government according to Repnbx llcan ideas. When the Democratic' party has gone down fighting for the right it has felt certain of resurrection but what assurance has it ot rising again if it goes down fighting against the interest of the masses? When the spirit of Jefferson leaves the Dem. ocratic party it will be a corpse. II abandonment ol party Is evefjus-tlfiabl- e the voter must determine for himself (when the time for abandonment arrives. should he decide? The When, proper time, If riot the only time, is after tbe party bos adopted Its platform and named its candidate, TJn til that time he does not know whether he can rely upon it to secure the government which be regards as good and tbe legislation wblch he considers necessary. Does participation in a primary or convention bind tbe voter to support a policy which he considers ruinous? If he tries through his party organization to save his country and falls, must he then take a hand in its destruction? If a great question arises, must he assume that his party will go wrong and therefore leave it before it acts, or should he try to hold bis party to the right course? If a question of supreme importance arises which threatens to divide the party, have not tbe majority the right to retain the patty name and organization? And how can the majority be determined unless all members ot tbe party have a right to take pait In tbe decision? In some of the western States tbe gold bugs have Insisted that silver Democrats should pledge themselves to suppoit the nominee before taking patt in the se lection of delegates. If a pledge is to be requited t should be required of those who select delegates, as well as on-al- Attorney at Law BeavbhDam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Treated by Hen. W. J. Bryan. A JOHN P. MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW, lIAUTFUIIt), KT. Special attention given to all business entrusted to lita caie. Office in Court House, Votor May Abandon HIe Party Temporarily Whon an Unfit Candidate lo Nominated." Under the heading, ''The Philosophy of Bolting," the following editorial written by tbe Hon. W. J. Bryan appeared In the Omaha on February a6, 1896, and is reproduced in- - Mr. 'Bryan's book, The First Battle," on pages 125 6 7: The Bee la very much agitated at the thought that some Democrats may refuse to vote for the Chicago nominee, and it alternately castigates Secretary Carlisle for refusing to aid Senator Blackburn and the silver Democrats, whom it accuses of an unwillingness to support a gold bug for President. It gives more space to criticisms and warnings than it does to an intelligent eflort to remove the cause of danger. We have reached the time when calm discussion will avail more than crimination and recrimination and the World Herald invites Its esteemed contemporary todlscuss this question: "Is bolting ever justifiable, and if so, when?" The World Herald holds that the individual member of a party at all times reserves the right to vote against the nominee of a party and to abandon bis party entirely whenever In his judgment his duty to his country requires It. He may abandon the party temporarily, as, for instance, when an unfit candidate is nominated this ls'recognized by the fact that newspapers and speakers discuss, the characters of candidates and point out their fitness or unfitness. The voter may abandon his party permanently either when he himself chsngea his opinion upon a paramount public question or when his patty changes Its position. The strength of patty organization is found In the fact that men do not like to repudiate a nominee or leave their party for light and trival causes; in fact, a tendency to vote a straight ticket Is so great that men require the strongest reasons to justify desertions, and yet the right to bolt or abandon Is essential unless man is to become a mere machine and unless tbe party machine is to become omnipotent, Tbe desire to draw voters to the par ty make the party careful to Indorse tbe wisest policies and tbe fear that men may bolt is a most effective pro tection against bad nominations Webster defines a party as "A number of persons nnitedin opinions as opposed to the rest of the community or association and aiming to Influence or control their genetal action." Agreement in opinion is an essential thing. Who would defy a party as "a number of persona differing in opinion, but united In an effort to so cure the offices!" The reason why abandonment of party is not frequent is found in" the fact that party principles are generally permanent In character and therefore tbe members of the patty agreeing In opinion work together harmoniously to carry out these opinions In legislation, Tbe fact thtt a new national plattorm Is adopted every four years is evidence that tbe right ot the patty to change its position on public questions is universally recognized, and the fact that a campaign Is carried on through the press and upon the stump is proof that the right of tbe voter to change his party affiliations is also recognized. The party is a means, not an end, it has no reason for existence except as it enables a citizen to secure good government. When is a man justlfi ed in abandoning his part)? Obviously when be satisfies uimFell that some other party ia a better means through which to secve his country. If tbe members of a party agree up. on the Important issues difference of opinion on minor matters Is at littlr consequence, but difference of opinion upon the questions that are-- for the. time being paramount always has destroyed, alwaya will destroy and always ought to destroy harmony, It may be said to, contemplate tbe disturbance of harmony or tbe disintegration of tbe party", but until human nature Is changed and Jur form ot government abandoned such things must be contemplated. When tbe tariff was tbe tnsln Issue Democrits stood together regardless of difference of opinion on the money question; but uow the money ques-- . tlon is paramount, and we see such a Democratic reformer as John O Car lisle refusing to aid Democratic tariff reformers like Senator Bla'ckbnrn in bis fight against the Republican pro .tectlonUts, and we see a tariff relors merlike Grover Cleveland carrying ont the financial policy of a protectionist like John Sherman. Can a national convention harmonize the discordant elements of the Democratic part)? Impossible, Sappose tbe advocates ol bimetal World-Herald Will practice bis profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVUIN, HARTFORD, KY Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special atten tlon given to all assignments in bank SHELBY TAYLOR, A TTOmEY AT LA W Kidneys; Liver and Bowels System Cleanses ,rax Acts gently on the the tr r to i ufM.LT, tuptcy, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. attention given to col SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac also Notary Public lor Ohio Count. Office North side of publicsquare. JNO. B. WILSON, OVERCOMES .tualCoNion PERMANENTLY Buy tmi otMvittt-MAH'r LrrtD tilfri o ey Attorney R. R. WEDDING Will practice his profession In the the courts ot Ohio and adjoininr counties. Alio Notary Public. Hartford, atKy.Law, . (AUfSKNIAfTGlSYRVF "!iLi W roa s4 n u rniMwri, ru tit mm. C called of all nrmDtomi rtmof and TIB DATS trtatmealtr DR. H.H.CRIEJ'I SOIS.lkiz K. Atlanta. Qm. 4Ti at ImmI l Tvctlraonl.li iiarvearva DROPSY manr hopIaa. In ten thoctand eM CUUDwtth reratabl uFor alxyraral wasavlctlmofalT Will practice Ins profession in all 1 could ct nothlnc Special atwould llmM my nd ui milk , settle- Dot roulntout,dliatateven ttul ttomichMarch anil Last tention given to collection-Im.mii tAttnv riAftnAUlrrH and alnra then! atoadlly lmuroYe1, until I am as well ai I ment or decedent's ertates, road cases Jiata waa my me. ia Office up and criminal practice. Uatiu II Uuxrar, Newark. O. door to Griffin'sdrug store. Uiri next the Courts ol Kentucky. 1 Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, 33. 3P. 3STESAJJL, DYSPEPSIA jm CANOV CATHARTIC J. S.R. Wedding, ATTORNEY snd COUNStLLOR at LAW, (NOTARY I'UULIC) KENTUCKY. Will practice Ms profession (n all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court of Appeala. rrotupt attention given to all buslneps entrust to his care. Office in RRi'UnuoAN building. HARTFORD,. aaanrnrfo rount. Tuu awi rx mount. Wc.k.n. w Url 10c,Xpc,UI0. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... CMBMar. UlMf MmIi.. Km Th. Sll Ilrtfl a. Lin Tfl tlaP Ball ami jtn'rnnlMvlbr alldnif I la t'Vucrobaoco Jlabit. Ooaa. ft.TOrlMca.il ritbi. J KDWIN ROWR. V h PKL1X. Rowe & Felix, SELECT, KY. Mr. W A Miller began tils school at Oak Grove Monday with about 35 pupils. HARTFORD, KY. Rev. J. V. Tilce filled bis regular Will practice In the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeols Prompt appointment at this place Sunday. attention given to all business en Mrs. Vlin1rn was baptized, in the trusted to our care. Office in Herald cieelc near Mr. J.W. O'Dannon's Snn building. day nlternoon at 3 o'clorlc. The wind did some damage to corn JOHN T. RONE, Saturday, breaking the stalks off at the ground. CKSTKIITIIWN, KY. Mrs. J A. King, who has been visWill praellealna lirelraalon la all lb rourtaoroiiln ami atiJolHlnK ronulle n iting relatives in Graysbn county, has ol A.pM. ftpcelal allu-llnMini returned and reports having a nice alven lo rollccllana. OUlealu W. time. A. Ki.ai llulldlnir. Mr.-J- . n. Smith' la on'.the sick list ATTORNEY AT LAW Lr t - Crops look fine, corn good, tobacco Special attention given to all business better and worms bett , Mr, John Whalen, son and wile entrusted to his care. Office in Court were in our midst Sunday. House. Passed from time to eternity on the 8th, Miss Ella Cope, who lived in IX, E. LEESIHMERMAN, Cromnell. Her remains were brought at this to tbe Christian church Hartford, Ky. place where funeral service were con Will practice bis profession,!!! alVthe ducted by Rev. J. V. Price, then laid Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties to rest in the Stewart graveyard to Collections carefully and promptly at await the resurrection morn. X tended to. Offico with T. J. Smith & Ce., Market Blreet. HAllTKOBD, Attorney at Law, Ky. Attorney at this writing. . Born, tu the wile ofTilden Drake.a of those rwho acta delegates; but command allegiance or deserve supOF THE GERMAN. crisp f loo dollar note In Dave's hand, whose fingers clutched It savagely what organization has n right to re- port. habit. quire such a pledge? Aside from tbe novelty of Bryan Strangor Clvon Information through force of said Dave, depositing "You're on," t Afcounty organization might rex and Altgeld taking opposite sides in Regarding Kontucky Poll-tic- s. the century note with the rest of his quire a pledge of those who are going the Kentucky quarrel, the interesting Tpld AboutCoo-b- ol money. to vote upon a county ticket, and a revelation is made that Mr. Bryan is Fund. It was some little time before the staU organization might require a disposed to sustain "regularity" even pteeWe of those who are iroln? to vote against the ties of friendship. The German, the mysterious Strang, race with Goebel in it was run, and Mr. upoij' a state ticket, but only a na- Altgeld since tbe spring election has er who is making the lives of King the stranger In the meantime' took a tional organisation can require a permitted it to be believed that he will Henry von Wehmhoffand Dave Kabn walk around the city. When he pledge of those who are going to vote make a fight for control of the Cook a miserable burden held forth At tbe returned the blackboard showed that npM notional candidates and nation- county delegation to the Democratic Turf Exchange again yesterday but Goebel had run absolutelv last. Tho al questions. It would be manifestly national convention next year, and, he had read The Dispatch in the stranger walked up to Kahn and in a unfair to the Democracy of Missouri failing to secure the delegation will morning andhe made nogreat plunges pleasant tone of Voice asked him to to I required to give a pledge to carry a contest to the convention. on sure things. King Henry viewed settle. "Settle for what?" asked Kahn. nominee ui a national con- Presumably from Mr. Bryan's course him with fear and Dave Kabn trem"Goebel didn't win and you owe vention unless the same pledge was in the Kentucky affair, Mr. Bryan bled when he advanced toward the 1 rfq tired of tbe Democrats of Mass- - will stand by tbe regular organization betting table and laid down two J too me $1,000, besides the $100 I put'up, cuusetts. Why shottldMhe Derno-cra- ts in Cookcminty and will antagonize bills to be played on Prestidigitator. I want 4 1, zoo. Come, auick... or I'll bsve-Jhplace .what, of the west and south agree To Aiigeid's claims lor recognition in tni IDave took tbYitranger6ver-ttfDn- e support the nominee of a national convention. corner of the room and spoke to him Kahn held a hurried consultation convention unless the Democrats of Bnt in the contest In Cook county something like this: "You put your tbe notrheastern states enter Into the another element enters. Mayor Hart money In yonr pocket and keep it with King Henry and rather than same agreement? Has any eastern rison has been talked of for President, there. We don't want none of it that there should be a rough hough State pledged its Democrats to vote and while Mr. Bryan would sacrifice here. Yon see, it's just this way. house King Henry Instructed Kahn for a free silver candidate if nominatby being "regular" In Kentdcky he We ain't any too flush, and we can't to paythe stranger his $t, 100. Then You he called a messenger boy and tele ed? Of course not; and yet if election might be assisting a rival if he stood stand a very heavy tapping. returns are worth anything they prove by the reyular organization in see, we are simply running here for graphed tue terrible news to the king Chicago Record. tbe benefit of the Goebel campaign of Keuton. that eastern Democrats are more apt mi fund abd the pounding you gave us to bolt than tbe Democrats of the Rev. J. M. Yinellnir. castor of the A Thousand Tongues yesterday crippled us so that it will Bedford south. The eastern papers announce Street Methodist church at with great emphasis that a free silver Could not express the rapture of be September or October bclore we Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords will be able to recover from it. In me Democrat cannot carry an eastern Annie K Springer, of much pleasure to recommend 1125 Howard State. Is that not a declaration that st., Pbiladelphla,Pa., when she found the meantime the campaign will drag Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and eastern Democrats.altertakingpart in that Dr, King's New Discovery for along without sptce or ginger, and " Diarrhoea Remedy, I have used It of a candidate will vote Consumption you pnt ginger in your cam "Do the selection had completely cured and know others who have done so. against him If they do not like him? her of a hacking cough that for many paigns in this country?" Interrupted i have neverknown It to fail. It is The Democratic party has selected its years had made life a burden. All the stranger with a strong foreign ac a sure "cure when taken in time." candidate from New York for 20 years other remedies and doctors could give cent. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & for tbe purpose ol securing tbe elec- her no help, but she says of that "Do we?" said Dave, "Say, how uro. rn long have you been In Louisville?" toral vote of New York, and yet; some Royal Cure--"- it soon removed the western Democrats insist that the pain in my chest and I can now sleep "About a week," was the reply. Don't. Democrats of the west and south arc soundly, something I can scarcely re"Then you wasn't here during tbe in dnty bound to support the nomi- member doing before. I ieel like Democratic convention," said Dave. Don.'t work yoaisell to death in or nee, regardless of his position on trie sounding its praises Talk abont your ginger. Say, it der to make a living. throughout the money qnestion, even though the Universe." So will every one who was nothing but spice, ginger and Don't envy your neighbor's luck; nominee, if elected, may destroy the tries Dr. King's New discovery for Redwlne frontStart to finish." envy his pluck, if anything. value of their products, mortgage any trouble of tbe Throat, Chest or "Do you give away red wine at Don't expect your opinions to fit if their homes to oreign capitalists and Lungs. Price 50c. and fr.oo. Trial your, political conventions' in this you obtain them ready made. lower the standard of civilization. Don't attempt to talk If your month bottles free at J. II. Williams' Drug country?" asked the stranger, The World-Heralrepudiates such Store; every bottle guaranteed. "It was Red wine who did the giv Is'full or your head Is empty. a doctrine and demands the same lib ing away. He gave away every HarDon't forgekthat quitting a fault la SultYoursolf. erty, the same independence, the din delegate he could get hold of the best way to correct it. same political rights for tbe Demodidn't give them away exactly, just Don't forget that nothing appears The person who intends to take the swapped them off for Goebel delegates. or disappears quicker than tears. crats of the south and west that our old copybook proverbs as his standHis swapping baa kinder crippled eastern brethren have at all times en-- 1 Don't deride the vanity of others. ards in life will often find himself in joyed. Will the Bee enforce against Goebel and us people here are expect It isn't modesty that creates a sena very perplexing quandary. Thus, it own. readers a doctrine which it has wlilch of the following will bedscide ed to pull him out of tbe hole. That't sor. why we are running this place, lilt no power to enforce againntUhe gold to act Don'tthink because a man never byf bug Democracts of the east?" Or will wasn't for that we wouldn't be in the knows what he can do until he tries in haste and repent at leis"Many I( recognize the right of all Democrats business, but the campaign fund must that it's always expedient to try. ure," and "Happy Is the wooing to a voice in the deliberations of the be kept up." g .that's Car a doing." . party, with a reserved right to aban Caody Cathartic. IttaorBSa. "I see you have a king here," said TakaOaacaraUOaaatlpatlaa ToroTar. "Out of sight, out of mind," and It U 0, 0. tall to cure, draggUU refunil money. don the party whenever the party the stranger; "King Henry." "Absence makes the heart grow lou"Yes, he's a king all right enough abandons the cause of the people? World's Railway Mileage. der." all but the bonnet." replied Kohn. r "A rolling stone gathers no moss," During the civil war, as well as in "All bnt the bonnet? What do you . The German Archiv fur Blscnbahu and "A setting ben gathers no feathour late war with Spain, diarrhoea mean by that?" asked tbe stranger. wesen has collected statistics orthe ers." , was one of the most troublesome dis"I believe in your couutry you call railway mileage of the world, which "A stitch in time saves nine," and eases the army had to contend with. 'em a crown. We call 'em bonnets we condense for our readers. The toneyer too late to mend." In many instances It became chronic "It's tal length of all the railroads In the "There's honor among thieves," in this country," explained Dave. and the old soldiers still suf world iB'about 455,000 miles. Of this "Can't he bny him a bonnet?" and "tjeta thief to catch a thief." fer from It. Mr. Da.vld Taylor, of "Discretion is the better pait of "Say, he won't have to buy any if about 185,000 miles aie in the United Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., Is one of valor," and "Nothing venture noth- Goebel's elected, and that's why we're States, and the entire western hemisthese. He uses Chamberlain's Colic phere has 236,000 miles, or over half ing gain," all pulling so hard for Goebel." Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and "The man who is his own lawyer "Pulling for him. What do you the entire mileage of the world. Next says he never- - found anything that has a fool for a client," and "If you mean by that?" asked tbe foreigner. to tbe United States comes Germany wonld give him such quick relief. with 30,000 miles. In other words, done, well do It your"Why reaching out for everything the United States has over six times It Is for sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & want anything self." not letting any bets escape as much railroad as any . in sight Bro. m , other counA Frightful Dlundor you." try. Third comes Russia with 28,-5- 00 An examination In Rochester of the "Will Goebel win, do you think?' mlles;tthen France with 26,000 eyes of 1,005 school children showed Will often cause a horrible Burn, "I don't think it, I know It, I'll miles, Great Britain and Ireland with that 252 had defective vision. Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bncklen's Ar- lay $1,000 to $100 that he'll win." 2 1 ,500 miles, India with a 1 ,000 miles, nica Salve, tbe best in the world, will Just then the stranger happened to Austria Hungary with 21,000 miles, kill the pain and promptly heal It. look up at the blackboard on which British America with 17,000 miles, Robbod thoCravo. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, were recorded the horses entered In Italy with 10,000 miles and Argentine A startling Incident, of which Mr. Bolls,Felons,Corns,allSklnBrnptIonr. the races at Chicago and In the third with- - 9,500 miles. Belgium has the John Oliver of Philadelphia, waa the Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. tace he noticed Goebel as one of the most, railroad lu proportion to terriie e.. Itli-noi- se, d not-lon- 1 "I 1 I at Iw to-d- V THE TIRST BABT. tti Coming U Looked. Forward to 'With Both Joy and Tear and its Hartford, Ky., bis profession In Ohio , Safe Arrival la Hailed With Will practice and adjoining counties. Bpecial atPride and Delight by AIL tention given to all business entrusted to bis care. The arrival of the first baby In tha household Is the happloat and most Important event ot married lire. The young Attorney at Law, J. E. DAVIDSON, subject, Is narrated by him as follows: "I was In a most dreadful condition. My skin wa almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually In back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying .Klectric Bitters;' and to my great joy and surprise, the first bottle made a decided Improvement. I coutlnued their use for three weeks, nnd am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the gra?c of another victim " No one should fall to try thern. 0 ply 50 cts., guaranteed, at J. H. Williams, Drug Store. a box. J. II. Cure guaranteed. Willtana,Druggiat. Sold by Bo True to Yoursolf. Bryan, Altgold and Coobol, AlTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, KY. n all the Will praotice bis profession-icourts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attenttou will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. Office over Ohio lections a specialty. County Bank. Also Notary Public. riptoy A TTOIWEY- - AT LA ""is. 3?- -- W, Will practice bis profession in all tbe courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special given to collections. Office next door to Post Office. rIII.NVII.I.K, KENTUCKY. 4..lfilr ?..''yv.u.l'?ii" htaift - ta. "i-- Ha iui anlorU U.I llbulU -. i.r.i".. P4at frf'm m H whs . " b am. 4b m. X 4i.il.vll7ri r''rri aCkifii m .ku .treat WUlkc " i -- :.- m , i saw if,- -mTiU; " N fYiM. VTT wULBAtUBltf.Mralitt-UrO- w atMdJ .i . f MWiw w" " iinum Wt4V i andwaiikay Blti and at horn, witlt oulpala Bool of par tleular. Mnt a. a. si UIMi im nun r ryor a. wow.nr co. 'Si! rrhen the little one shall nestlo upon her breast and latterly she shall hear It lisp the sweet and holy name, "mother.1 But her happy anticipation quickly vanishes when she realizes tho terrible rain snd suffering through which she must pass whllo bringing tho llttlo one into the world. An indescribable fear of tha Janger attendant upon tho ordeal soon disiTuAteahtirjoytulnets. Thousands of women have learned by experience that there Is absolutely no necessity for the sufferings which atthey know that by tend child-birtthe use of "Mother's Friend" a aolen-tlrl- o llnlmont for a few weeks beforo the trying hour, expectant mothors can lo prepare theraielvos for the final lour that the pain and suffering ot the treaded event era entirely obviated and it is safely posted through with comparatively little discomfort. All women are Interested, and v mnoAtmt mothers who for the Irtt time have to undergo this trial, irr mch a romoay ; lor tney anow wo win ind suffering, to say nothing of the dan. rer, which Is in store for thsm. "Moth. it's Friend i woman's greatest bles. Jlng, for It takes her safelyUhrough the leverett ordeal of her life. Every woman ihould be glad to read the little book Before Baby is Born," which contains jiformatlon of great value to all. II lll'be sent free to any one who sends Uier kdijreso to The Bradflelii Kegu. Utor Co., Atlanta, lis. h; wlfo whotstobeoomeamotherdollghta to think o( the hapriiness ia store for her TifitigM Hood's Pill Mr, Bryan has said that he will go to Kentucky to help elect William Goebel Governor. Mr, Alt geld says he will not asssist Goebel, and it is understood that he will help any candidate for Governor of Kentucky who may be nominated by those Dera ocrats who refuse to support Goebel. Thus it is possible that Brysn and Altgeld will confront each other In Kentucky, supporting opposing he tlons that are more determined in their antagonism than are ordinary partisans. Hitherto these gentlemen have stood together. They bad come to be looked upon as Insepatable, but now everything points to a separation. If your liter Is out of order, causing Mr. Bryan finds himself in a predicament. As a faithful Democratic par Biliousness, Sick Headacho, Heartburn, or Constipation, take a dose of tlsan he feels that be must be disciplinarian and as such he cannot Ignore "regularity" In a nomination. Therefore he believes that he must support On retiring, and tomorrow yonr di gestive organs will bo regulated and Goebel. Mr. Altgeld Is a law unto you will bo bright, active and reauy bmsell and defies party restraints, lor any kind of work. This has He justifies bis action ou tbe ground been tno oxperienco of others) It that Goebel's nomination was not will be yours. HOOD'S PILLS are honestly itade and therefore does not soiu oy an roeuiciue ucuicis. im A correspondent of the Household Department of a Farm and Ranch, discussing the sometimes discord that prevail in families, does not place all the blame upon the husband. She says: "An aunt of mine, a woman of great Intelligence once said to me, 'Any woman who will talk about ber husband and live with him will tell a lie.' sounds plain, but of tbe few that I know ot this class I find It about as mild as Is necessary to put it. They are deceiving tbe very man who tolls and sweats for their bread, and such a woman would be untrue to her own mother or child. This subject brings down In the secret avenues of the heart the key to It all a loveless matriage, false vows, false living, when often terminates in a ruined home and disgraced family, Girls be true: be not bought by the glittering gold. Millions at her com mand never made a loveless woman lovable. Mothers, never invade that sacred spot called home: better never know your child's sorrows than to be called to the judgment bar for breaking up one home. 'That which God hath joined together let no man put starters. "You lay me a ft.ooo to $100 that Goebel will win?" asked the stranger, "That's what I said," replied Dave, my own "end I never crawfish-oproposition, "I'll just bet you Jtioo he don't win," said the stranger, placing a n tory, her ratio being 32 miles to each mile. Australia square has the greatest mileage in proportion to pop. portion, ber ratio being 52 miles to each 10,000 inhabitants. The ratio for the United States is just half as great. Germany has only 5 miles to Pathfinder. each tOjOoo Inhabitants S.S.S.GOES Promptly 1 TO THE BOTTOM. In every teat made S. S, S. easily demonstrates its superiority over other blood remedies. It matters not how obot all Blood Diseases and stinate orthe case, nor what othorB.treat-S. remedies have failed, ment S. always promptly reaches and eores an Plirae Iks Wnrct PaCiC disease where Me blood Is In any way involved. UUIIS Irll nUIOl Uldldi Everyone who has had expenence with blood disease knows that there ari no all. menu or troubles so obstinate and difficult to cure. Very fw remedies ohtim blood diseases as 0. 0. S. euros, and none can to cure such real, offer suoh Incontrovertible evlden'ceof merit 6 8. B. Is not merely a tonio IV is a cure I It ooes down, to the very seat of all bloodjllseates, and gets at the foundation of the very worst oaset, and routs the poison from the system, Itdoea not, like other remedies, dry up tho poison and hide it from view temporarily, only to break forth again more violently thanerer; 8. S. 8. forces out every traee of taint, and rids the system ot It forever. writes: "oome years Mrs.T w Lo, Montgomery, ago I was lnoculaU4 with potion by a nurse who fnfsoted my babe with blood taint. I was covered with sores and ulcer from head to foot, and In my great extremity I to die. beverai prominent pnysipians treatou roe utall to no nurDOse. 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A YOU NflTHINft tn weandeiamfna thli machlna, oompnrelt IT mTS a $00.OO. and then It fonrlnoM yoa f JI (HJ rantin. Oil, ry year frwlf.t unl tW $15,50, W TO MktlKI TOIU U.IU If at ar iibi wiiiii tar aiaalha aayjaaar OUUKKTO aalaalUlad 'ait utii ifriii irin, n'wuuc iv i.. art iinruuvui rtllaLle -- rilor I Address, III. ROEBUCK & CO. la BEWARE OF IMITATIONS roT'. Wl Iffl ?! TUtr PIIDniPI' rlE. DUrtwIwIV JBsaBH!!.1 gjopgrre Miss Eva York of iCeredo, W. Va who Is now In Colorado Springs, will start next Monday for a trip over the mountains and to the Pacific Jcoast on n bicycle. She has convered 2,300 miles on her original westward tour and will complete the trip across the country by early fall. J. T. York, the youraj lady's brother, is now in Denver, suffering with a .broken hip received in a fall frotn his wheel at Greeley. Brother and sister started from Oeredo, W. Va., on May 4 to wheel to San Francisco. Their trip was lor pleasure only, and until they reached Greeley, Col., It was all pleasure. Young York, however, in turning a corner in that city a short time ago fell and sustained a broken hip. lie ame to Denver, and is rapidly recu perating. His sister nursed 'him to the coruforable state and proceeded to Colorado Spring last week, where she intends remaining a few days, after jvhich she will ride alone to Pueblo ind remain there a short time before taiting for the remainder ol her long journey. Her brother will resume the trip alone as soon as he is able, expecting to join her at San Francisco late In the fall. His injured bone is lolng nicely at present, and in a few .veeks he hopes to be able to wheel iway from Denver. Miss York is a good looking Vir jinla lass of 24 years, who is strong ind fearless. She will start alone lrom Pueblo and cross the range on Ia Veta pass, going thence to Salt Lake City and Ogden on ber way to he coast. She is bright and attractive, especially in her bicycle costume This consists of a neat fitting divided skirt of brown, with alternating varieties ol modest shirt waists, a small creased sombrero and ties. Thus far he has camped out with ber. brother hen night overtook them in the jpen country, and it will become necessary oa the western slope to camp alone. She does not fear this in the least. Her purpose Is to cal culate as near as possible on distances ay inquiries along the road, so that iilght will find her at some human ibode, but there are many stretches if country across the plains that will not afford these comlorts, and with this in view she will carry a small liaversack ot provisions, water and two small blankets. One of these will be of thin rubber, light and easy of transport, but will serve to keep the bedding dry when spread in open them to take steps to avert the calamity, Bjyan has been assured tbat Goebel Is secretly opposed to his tenomlna tlon next year, and Is allied with Eastern Democrats to prevent It. 'He evidently does not believe thla story, as he announces that he is going to Kentucky to make speeches for Goe bel. The defeat ol the candidate be l. supported would be a defeat for His advisers see this even II he hlmseli does not see it, They have warned him, but to no purpose. II the State campaign In Kentucky Is carried on with the heart and pass-Io- n which its beginning promises Bryan's interference will be fiercely resented. It will almost surely result In making anti Bryan men of all the opponents of G.xbcl; that Is of the nulk ol the party. That would be a public gain, and one 61 immeasurable .(mount if the process could be repeated in every State. But the marvel is that Bryan does not see the danger ol his course. If his .managers ind touts are really gettlbg distrust-lulhim and tiled of him, as is reported, his Kentucky escapade will increase their distrust and their fatigue. him-selol cur-ent- ly LONDON, AUG. 22. Dbmpsey, II. 8. Irwin. Samuol P, Brown. CONOitKSStONAt.. ' Secretary Tlmo and Placo of Oponlng Republican Stato Campaign, The soothing and healing properties ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it is pleasant taste and prompt and ind permanent cures, have made it a trreat favorite with the people every where. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin m & Bro. INSUREO FOR $1,000,000. This Is said to bo tho Aggregate of Policies on tho Prlncoof Waloa' Lifo. A big Insurance man told ine recently in New York that the Prince of Wales was the heaviest risk of any patron of the Insurance buslness.and that his death would cost English, German, French and American com panies not less than $ 0,000,600. "No other person carries 20 per cent, of tbat insurance," he said, "but comparatively little of it is for the benefit of his family; perhaps not more than $1,000,000. Some years ago large policies were taken out by his creditors as security tor money loaned. If he should ever pay his debts, they would, of course, revert to him, and might be carried lor the benefit of his family, but his the premium on all of the rdyal families of Europe, are' very high much higher than those paid by private individuals for the same amount of insurance. "It is a curious fact," continued vray insurance friend, who spends a great deal ot his time in England, ''that $2,000,000 or $3,000,000 ot Insurance, peihaps morn than that, has been placed on the lift ot the Prince of Wales as a speculation by persons who do not know him and have never had any relations with him whatever. this would not be possible under the Insurance laws ot the United States, but it is allowed by some of the Kng-lis- h companies Over there any man can secure a policy on the lite ot a neighbor, provided he can persuade the neighbor to submit to a medical examination or find a company which had recently had him examined. Thus when the Prince of Wales undergoes an examination for insurance lots of speculators apply to the same company for policies on his life, or even get certified copies of the repoit ol the medical examiner and use them with other companies. It Is pure speculation. They pay a high prem ium, a margin, so to speak, or.to put in In another way, they book a w'ager with the insurance companies that the Prince will die before the total of their premiums exceeds the amount of the policy. Therefore, many per. sons would be financially benefited il Albert Edward should drop off one of these fine days'. The Prince in perfectly aware of this fact. He knows well what advantage have very been taken of his situation, but I do not suppose it makes any difference Chicago Record. with his habits 1 e Hon. William 0. Lind Senators say, Hon. W. J. Dobne. Representative Fourth District Hon. D. II. Smith. Louisville. Aucr. 12 The members STATE IXUISLATURB. of the State Republican Campaign Hon. T. G. Turner. Senator Committee, together with a number Ronresentatlvo Ohio County Hon. of candidates for State offices and party leadeis, met at the Gait House R. 0. Jarnagin. last evening to map out the campaign OHIO COUNTY. and to discu.'s features of the fight CIRCUIT COURT, lor the ticket. Samuel S Shepard, of Hon. W. T..Owen, Judge Owens- Gedrgetown, chief clerk In the office of C. O. Reynolds, State Register ol boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney of Lands, was made Secretary of the Owoniboro. Campaign Committee. R. C. of Louisa, was appointed AsT. II. Dlack, Jailer -- Hartford. Hartlord, B A, Anderson, Clerk sistant Secretary. Both are excellent selections. Rowan Holbrook, Master Commis- It was decided to open the Repub- sionei Hartford. lican campaign at London, August G. B Likens, Trustoo Jury Funti 22,'wlth a big barbecue and rally. Hartford. All the candidates will be on hand Hartford. 8. T. Stevens. ShenfT and there will be plenty ol speech Deputies D. M. Hockcr, T. II. Benmaking. The principal speeches ot the day will be made by Gen. Will ton, R. B. Martin and W. II. Tiniley. Court convenes first Monday in iam S. Taylor.candidate lor Gbremor; March and August nnd contimieathree John Marshall, candidate for Lieutenant Governor; Clifton J Pratt, lor At weeks, and third Monday in May and torney General, and Rev. John S November two weeks. Sweeney, for Auditor. , COUNTY COURT. The following dates wercfixed for Jas, P. Miller, Judge Harttord. Gen Taylor and Mr Marshall, who M. 8. Ragland.Clcrk Hartlord. will speak jointly: Mt. Sterling, AuM, L, Hcavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. 16; Louisa, gust 24; Grayson, Angnst Court convenes first Monday in August 28; Palntsvllle, August 29: each month. Salyersville, August 30; Prestons-bur- g, COURT. QUARTERLY August 31; Pikesvllle, SeptemBegins on the second Monday in ber 2 Mr. Long said the campaign would each month. be warmly waged alter the tiring of COURT OK CLAIMS. He is not the first gun at London Convenes first Mondav in January. prepared yet to give out the names ol and Tuesday after tho second Monday speakers lrom other States who will in Uclobertake the stump OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. Mr. Sheppard.the new Secretary, will N. Moxley, Surveyor. have charge ot the headquarter, G. D. Roynl, Assessor. which will be open continuously from Pon Rogers, School Supt, now until the election All literature will be distributed lrom this point. L. W; Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Among those who attended the conSprings. ference were Attorney General Tay-In- r. Poorhouso 0. R. Campbell, TTnltpil States Senator Deboe. Keeper, Hartford. George W Long, Cbalfman ot the justices' courts. Campaign Committee; Hon. Charles T. A. Eyan4 Court will be held Blanford. ex Speaker ol the Legisla ture;; G Btiley, who was deteated at FonUville on March 1st, Juno 1st, September 1st and December 18th. for Appellate Clerk by Sim G ShackB. F. Graves Court will be held elford; Capt. II S Irwin, Railroad at Butord on March 30, June 20, SepCommissioner; C M Barnett, Chairman State Central Committee; Con tember 28 aud December 21. Pugh, John Mar S. J. Wei.lek Court will bo held eressman Samuel shall, candidate for Lltutenant Gov- At Sulphur Springs on March 28,June ernor; Walter R. Day, candidate for 27, September 2(! and December 23. Treasurer; J. W. Throckmorton, can H. B. Taylor Court will be held didate for Commissioner or Agrlcul at Cromvro 1 on March 4, Juno 10, tnre; Caleb Powers, candidate for September 2 and December 9. Secretary of State; John Buike, Can V. A. Rone Court willbe he'd at didate for Superintendent ol public Centcrtown on February 13, May 21), Instruction, and John C. Wood, Railroad Commissioner in the Third Dis- Augtiat 28 and November 1. 1 T When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort If you know hour. Ask the ticket fluent for a ticket Ma the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and .thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary itr. The chairs are 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 ladies' dresiing 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 chance. Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt Junctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. II tou arc thlnklncol laklnr a trip, write and Ml m nhcr ro" are going and when you wilt teaie anil we Mill tell yoti bow much your ticket will cot. wbat train to take no at to make Ilia uet time anil connections, ami anything el.e we can thnt will help make trip a comfortable one Antntere.llngtittleliooklet, ' ATKir o THXAS," will be nailed Iree-t- inr n.ldreu. TrareUnx Fatiencer Agent, tliMtaWalU., LOUISVILLE. KY, W. A. McQUOWN, n. w, LancAumn, (J) Gcn'l Ia r and Tkt. Agent. ST LOUIS MO. IBIS RUTTWB " JlPilliS ; mmFWIwW- ? lMVi 'Mi'V li'Wi,! trict dr. When asked if he was not uneasy est his sister meet with instilt or 'oul play along the road, Mr. York 'ttld last night while enroute to Denver from Colorado Springs, where he bad spent Sunday with her: "Oh no. She can handle a six shooter as well as anyone, and will do It when necessary. We have lived In the Cumberland mountains a good deal and its a mighty bad place for a man or womin who cannot handle a gun." Miss York wilt carry only enough money to take her from t'vn to town A'here remittances lrom her brother will await her. VUIIK A CO Ml IN INK DAY Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund money if it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has L B. Q on each tablet. tf fai jMi if lull K.vlirill lt lttti ri"t SEARS, aralv (Inc.) Chicago, I I i: AMI A 1.1. 1'oi.vrs l.- - AM) AIII(AN.1N, Ti:XAN, .1li:XU C'AMfOllMA, Gas Lighted Vestibuled Trains with Cafe Cars, Piillraan Sleenirsaiul Free declining Chair Cars to Memphis and New Orleans. Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis-vill- o every Thursday uight, and runs through to Calilornirt via New Orleans nnd the South Pacific Bunset Route. Double berth rate from Louisville to 8in Francisco ouly $0.50; proportionately low rates to intermediate points. NICOTINiZED New Orleans Memphis, Urn! mill Mont IMpiilnr Jlonte In NERVES. Millions ol America's men day alter day feed their nerves with tobacco, until the nerves become nlcotlnlzed and the the NERVES blood creep and crave for more tobacco. That's called a habit It's a disease, and in all this world there Is but one S. K. Cox, Ch'iu'n. 1. A, Thomas, Treasurer. Jno. E. Bean, Sec'y. Point and Moot Points. A. D. White. A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania, N Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. you fish for love don't bilt with R. hold their regular meeting SaturIf had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very pride. day --before the first Sunday in each obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Love Is a delicious spur to action; month in Court Hall at t o'clock p. more or less other incitdents-arW. A. Carson, Com. si. Ripans Tabulcs, was greatly benefited, and now only uses cruel. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. Love is the clew to the labyrinth of them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending all times and eternities. To reluse to love is the unpardonaRipans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in ble sin, , the house for future use. Am forty years old. Jealousy Is a thorn we plunge into our own hearts and leave there to fester. . One adores little hearts but not small ones. There is yet time for love and jus lice God has not made moral laws AD CtT TU! for a moment. God poetizes anrt philosophizes as (rjSf . tor uwt al rau-u-,a4irt(.iifu. V r c.o. iuv. iMu..r ninn . ui.j-.ojwell as geometizes u4 iiiiifiriut, ti alter to iiTurinuM, kucitianaUa II al ,Mfif.i gnL 10 ir KJjj co v 11 airaiiiiitc, A tiue thought is from heaven naririLT It fit'in rmr uuiiitiu.hu att.eu4 tmi ontstJT lilom tog mil W, flashes through the Brain ot man, but ,.; WH111 iru OUR SPECIAL. PIllib33H.lU. tiul trtlf kt ekargM, umMl.ou wt oil onj.r " was not born there ca 0"' ranoiT II cuicioo, VI f MlkT THIS TnP ntlCfiY Most minds are Impregnated by MWII th,B mo,, Mtk.re Lntast Stria Tlial JlokfT ia ti.v frttaoqed Wood. i&cr.lUwtFor ISOd. l"aii lJt'T?UrV'll'l)fffL bwffi. mind, few are fecund of themselves I tl.M from Iha bell Halld. k4 arlw. at lllii.trttpd, or Drelter kldalur Mfc,ls The best authors are the most liveHigh llrwda erwed Itlm fcarvtn't l al.nl. T.S, tlooiws taul lfabli. Ilr&rtlv IJnvd. full tldt and bark curtain. rUIUc.narnly, the leni-- literary. -SJS&)M?Vf' j (veil etitl to any llatoebuirrrwork, Hodyblnek Utnrdarkgrten Good has a strong affinity for let 1.. aohtf.irri Hi. mm 7 39npasSL.duifllB -- & tern, evil for life .,rM. ..ryl. wr.h, MiT.r.uir..M.h.ru. CVARAMTCCO TWO TUIS w lllt.tslir.tinif r..lrfl..ttau.l..t ... nairi TOR mt llimi clTitoom. YOU CAN SSAOOO Thla Venr itl'lnif OUIl tSO.BO We can make assays and apprals TOU OAK aitr.1. rf F6H $03 OO. HON T iftXAY. 1I0O3IK9. ORDCK ONE nls, we cannot make values. Addroat., SEARS, ROEDUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. Words nre sometimes married to Ideas, and that excellent union con .t stltutes dtyle; verbal flirtations and ji,. inrs misalliances are much more common, Mi however . LOUISVILLU, I1KNDK RSON & ST. LOUIS KAILWAV COMPANY self-lovin-g All the cindidates said they were confident ot winning aud that the dissatisfaction among the Democrats as growing duly. W. H. Barnes, Judge. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. TOWN TKUSTKF.S. CITY DIRECTORY. GRDVE SEND ONE DOLLAR mi. MMmttt ,,,, t -- j$witt!i TASTELESS Ui-K- guaranteed cure, 1MO-TO-6AC. avijAfia To Sunday School Suporln-tondont- s. A MothorTolls HowSho Saved Hor Littlo Daughter's Llfo. I am a mother Ohio county, through her President and delegate at State Convention last year, pledged $25.00 for State work. This is a very small and reasonable Tho Truo Winter Routo to amount for Ohio county with her Cahlornia. No Blizzards, DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. Sunday Schools. SuperintenCold Woatlior Snow dents are urged to take up a special Every druggist is authorized to eoll under aboluto guarantee Blockados. tocurotery form ot tobacco using. collection before August 27th and reOur written Kuarunten, free- sample- of For particulars write to J. R. IIol-limit to the undersigned at Beaver Dam. called "lion't rrnveling I'asfcnger Agent for Tobacco bplt nnd Bmoko your J.lfo Ten rents for each ttacher and officer, Away1 mulled for tho pairing. Ad C. 11. U , Louisville, Ky. Also sk diow'riin sTEitMNu itKjiriiy co, two cents for each pupil is the adopted him to bend you a copy of tho South Chicago, Moutmul.Uuu., NowYorU. "1 Please be prompt Also assessment. ern Unmo Seekers' Guule, which is reDE7HTC candr cnthartto enrt get ready to send a delegate to the plete with interesting iulormation (AOvHIkC I OixuutIpaUuiiOiUlllc concerning the Houtliern territory. It State Convention. W I'KP.D Lono will be mailed to you free. sxwiiiiNtiNiwimuitMiNitumy. On tlie first anil third Tuesdays ot Bryan In Kontucky. A FREE PATTERN U each month Home Seekers' tickets are - tyour own Klectlou) to eTerj tub-add to Southern itud Southwestern : Kritwr. Oalj Hi centa a year. g Since he became the candidate and points at Special Low Ilutcs, good to W I Bryan has leader ol his return within twontyouo days from not made a worie political blunder r ardate of sale. Liberal than he Is about to make In going to rangements. Kentucky to make speeches for Ooe A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., b.-l , UlllUAcin, li.Mtfiil'. It Is an elementary maxim of g A LADIES' MAGAZINE i V. A. Kellond, A. 0, I. A poTitlca that National leaders must & A fern btautlful colored pUfeij Uttit 3 ' 2 lntoni, drtaiuiaking t tnouuet t fmy "i Luiiiiville, Ky. keep aloof from local quarrels. It is oflt, noun hold b nil Action, ci& hub "I wZ ; tnb lu dar. or, Mnd for Uutl copy 2; their policy to be on good terms m My aBi wiuku pent iot ifrma, StylUh, Reliable, Simple, with nil factions and thltr'end can be s$ S$S & S tV S KoHiomlcal and Absolutely ;E 1'erfect Klttlutf 1'awr Tattcra. Htt 1 'fd only by maintaining a strict Ttie Southern Railway. 2i. i n a tiality when party quarrels arise Through tight But StMtrn Status W (i Krulnrky, ViiKliiln.hiiiilli rmic in Stats? or cities k i lllin, AlllliMlllil, TrllllfHnlT, Ii Kentucky a savage fuht divides (9 urili I'ainlliirt, the Democratic party It appeals jh mill M 6.1OJ Miles Thife Daily Trains that ha f of the Democrats In the VgwuBBannnaa&i-MH-W- il llttwi.i.11 l.oiilsvillean I l.ex State ha e determined that Goebel 5 Pattern..) g yj Only to and tti tub nonf bightr ? sh ill not be elected Governor That Sold In tnttlymry city 5J Z Aik lor lb em (ij Cars. Trains leave nnl ar E 4a4 lowu, w by mtU from 3 c'et'riiii nation is entliely creditable J" rive I.on'uvtlle from Sevrutll CO., $ THE McCALL NYotk. g to thrm, lor Gotbel is a pretty bad SUe-MeWHth St., Street Union Oeimt conla'idldate. He not hlmsell notulnax necting with trains of the 7imtrmwmwtMtf.wmfmiK Illinois CentiM Uallroitl aikI t d by means that a gered (he party h II &St I, RalUiy. and estranged nan of his once Iriends, He is a remarkable product i'ot I iforiimtliin, A'UI of American political life; a man of 1. fMM, P.l I. A.. 216 4Uiti, Uuisulli, h cut tttlty t rtmovrtl by u. WM.H.T3IH, (itlitwt 0. P. louuiilli, i gieat ttrcngth ol will and much abilitnt Unit. No u No t!n' wll Itiwlaon. All or ty s an organlztr; perfectly uoscrup ot mtUfel W.X. Il'lllf, I, II. (I'M', Ltnti by IJili.l'na4(l ulous and destitute ol any sort of re frnl JI'K'r. UIAVI' CIIK.MIOAI, CO., II t'. tb M.lNIIIMiro.V, IIOO Cbcrrr St., I'lillu. gird lor the rights nf others and the decencies ol politics; and so reckless think Wanted-f- ln Of ftOUlf Idea Who A(UuipM in his suibitlon that the prospect of Bilacata Your lluwcU Willi Cuiesrrtt. hs becoming Governor alarmed the Carijr Oathnrllr, cure comllpalltj (orover. Democrats of Kentucky and aroused J0o,c uaao.iallt drugfUM refund Boocy. s, Over one million boxes sold In two yea.rs; 300,000 cured, tells the Story ol great merit. a restores vitality to weak men. Many report a gain ol ten pounds In ten days. Co buy It under your rlCPA Z- Guaranteed tobacco titbit cure, makes weak men stroug. blood pure. tOo,l. All druggisti. (or Fifty Cent. A Fow Sayings. plop-ove- MS CALL'S ifiti MAGAZINE Sfflp )llilliil. (Iimii-hJii- , Patterns MS CALL vtd&ra nVAO. The Corn That Aches A , drui-iil.- Il The gambler's life is an one. Lite's harvest is best when the gionnd is rocky. We seldom have any Illusions in our second childhood. The crudest thing a woman can do to us men is to marry us. ' The piano next door must answer for a'good many of our sins. We always reap more than we sow; that is, when we sow tares. A diplomat ia one who can lie aud look right in your face when he does It. A single man's ambition is to get married; a married man's ambition is to make the most of a poor job. Man has his true affinity, but he never really finds it out until he is married and can't have it. If Love would only light the kitchen fires as well as he does those of passions, life would run smoother, The best tonic In the world for a sick man Is to go around to his home and let him win your money at joker. Whenever a wife wishes to make her huSbaud feel cheap she lues out some of his old love letters') and reads them to him. of eight children and have had a great deal of exper ience with medicines. Last summer my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst form. We thought she would die. I tried everything I could think of, but nothing seemed to do her any good. I saw by au advertise ment in our paper tbat Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent and got a bottle at once. It proved to be one of the very best medicines we ever had in the house. It saved my little daughter's life. I am anxious for every mother to know what an excellent medicine it is. Had I known it at first it would have saved me a great deal of anxiety and my little daughter much suffering. Yours truly Mrs Giio, F, Burdick, Liberty, R I. For sale by. Z Wayne Griffiir & Bro m No. 41, Oit.iTT. lira.. Not. 14, ISM. Leave Louisville 7:45a in FarUMtdlclaaCo.. hi Ixmn.Mo. CJentltmui-.W" Owensboro 11:40a m told lut rear, Ono toUlea of 0 OUOVK'H TABTKI.KPd CHILL TON 10 anj kava tiougbt threa grutt already this year. In all oar aa " Henderspn I3M5p m penenca of II years, la the drug buslnou. bare nerer sold an article that gara sulu unlrersal " Uvansvllle 1:154 m aa your Tonic koutt truly, " Mt.Vernon, III Anxkr.Ciiui 4 CO. Arrive St lyouis 7:32111 Por sale by J. H. Williams. n IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE GO cts.! TUNIC I I Li H I LL n Union O100I. Stitolh ind fiiitr. nrTESS, xiAuczr West. No. 45. m Tick it OIIki, it, 1000. in Foartri htm. , Louisville to St. Louis & 11:58pm 12:551 m 1:25am 7:20am 2 St. Louis to Louisyillo No 44 Leave St Louis 7:56a m " Mt.Vernon nvansville 2:2 op til " Henderson 3:46pm " Owensboro 3'44pm Arrive Louisville 7:45p m No 43 4:50p m k Knst No. 46 8:55p m 2:45a 3:10a 4:00a 7:30a m m m 3 in 1 O fM$M O Announcement X,017ZCrVXX-Xi3- The Illinois Central now 8:04 p m has on sale, and will conI2:j8p ni t):5P m tinue the same until Sept. losiiip m I2:45P m 12155a ra. 30m, I899 round trip sum, io:4op m IM5P m 1:25a m mer tourist tickets from all points on its lines In the KVANSVILLB TO LOUISVILLH. South to a large list of sumNo, 42- No, 44 No 46 mer resorts in the North, Its Leave Rvansville 6:50a m s:2op m 2:45a ni fast double daily service to St. Louis, " Henderson m au6p 3:10a in Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville en " Owensboro 8:15a m 3M4P m 4:oo.rni ables one to reach quickly and com ' Hawesville , . . , 9:13a m m 4:4op 4:50a m fortably the mountain resorts of VirArrive Louisville , , . , I2'35p m 745P 111 7:30a m ginia, the White Mountains and Sea-ri- de All trains run through solid to Hvansville. Through P.nlpr Cars and PuIU of New England, the Thousand Hands, the lake and forest resorts oi man Sleepers on all trains to Bvansvllle and St. Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 Michigan, Wisconsin and Minneota, connect st Irvlngton for I'ordsville & Hadlnsburg daily, 36 the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Yellowstone Park or the resorts ol ColoTim Ileal l'rrcrlilliu for ClillU rado. and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s Tickets and full information as to BktjMMtlUMwM.. I.UUf 4UwUlM4;lallikW Chill TonJc. Never fails to cure; rates in connection with the above can ittjMlU u, Last rAHiwa ubuasj. You eaiiiiln It yournartnl f rf Itf ht itoi then why experiment with worthless be hud of agents of the "Central" and taasiUkllM. flrulitviiu mm ltd, rul to ori;nf it rtu tnllj UiiiraiCwikvatuvourtrHW thavt Price, 50c 100.00, imitations? Jlfct tr&.00t connecting lines r thauun(avnaaUlfrtaiMlir Dthr at inuratDbncr. th- - rivUttt nyttu ! Wm. Hurray, DID. fan, Afrit, Htu Orlttni. pUl VO Uji offer prit, $370f Utiiliyoo, or tan. IS txmliriirbtch4rirei. Jno, A, Scutt, Dill, Pail, Agent, Utmphls, Lata General Directory. .75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE aaaatlfthan Ua S3i S. 0. Hatch, Die, Pats, Aaent, Clneltnatl. Leave Louisville . " . Hawesville. " Owensboro. " Henderson. Arrive Hvansville No. 41 . 7:45a ra 10:43a in 11:411a nt TO No. 45 S;35P " 1 1 :n8p m J .... .. ..71151m' .... iv SENDJJS ONE DOLLAR I rr tt A. STATR OFFICIALS fMW H HANSOM, CHIoaco, 0. P. A W. A, HU.0H0.A.Q P.A. tovtsvltle. Governor William O, Dudley. ft run iip mir nni I in a in V. J. Worth arnii iM iinr uuLLfln ....di-nLieut. Governor H.BkRMlM UBS kalUni klfkar. roOK MU.K, ly irvUbi O.U.Uuiijr lugton, jLiainiiin i Hecretaryof Stato Charles Finley. Attorney General W. 8, Taylor. Auditor Hamuel H.rJtone. t4 u trnrtlutl JfrkA Treasurer Goo. V. Long. Oomioiuloner ot Agriculture, Horand Statistics Lucas ticulture V. IUk 10 vitmiiiftiiwa. AMt MUUU WiJiVitid .ill !! SOUK! aid mi. una WlUW aw BJIIKUI a.aruuuui. follow UlaMaaa rfUdpal, laiuoaocUvaa 11 atoaa, laaattP. TrkJf Palalaaa, NaltHlU, iaUala, Irraiaaa, Ium) Tat If aaaaai UtUtt taaulara, eklairaaaa I l.aaiUtli, ll, 4 KiU OrtknU il Tms4 0rfaa lUrtb4 I U al lataaaurv 11a lotlM far awa Mia I Act tkrt,iaflVrlllUatialataHM4a,ISHar 1 tot al lKlchllliat8ataaiLlHaaiMB)lt4l. rUialag '1 It K AOJUK Wf.lsUtfUa.4 I rtattlpal ac 4traiair Kiialt un itrrr wa never wid btlorot fllK ACMCCSUUCNIlCnjof tliaa..UllliliLt.41iDMIITKIT vTcra iu iiinairaiiooaiaown, wnien rujs.ais,irarraii tr m U uiuravitl ijirtrcl trow Ttkotounph,jou ran t irm miiiic u4 ol tU lca.unii.t apiaariuir. juut iraiaa aviiu nwmnwr ativfta UUtH3tklkU-- t lll)(All.QlaUIai,rlliicaest.luh, rlH tharr !, u a4 lr. rrt llu ' &&B3SRm JWfxQ31f$;lMMl - afll U1, II UoncoaUttjf IMralabrataMiallHaaaaawhtctaaibnljr ual In Die LltfUaal tfra4a InalruMacnUi (IttaJ wuli CaaplWa !, II UULN falta. a4 Tai Maaaaa. aJao beat lolr Monro. Hiinarinteodeut Publio Iiutruction-DavUou. 1cm tha llCOtw. n WHIT n.,Mlll IFFEE with or Register Land Office Oh as. O. Mhl or WW ta.J 8T0VC OAYALOC '" dar kUr aiMtfrtlffU ibsuvca Tbli frikfU baa vUaVa.1 II. Tnu Reynold. I tilaf 'IV aitrft laalS.Il inn it itilit inilsl ' '.r,a.7 Insurance Bureau (Jommisaioner-- P. atira fluaa, lAlfl1 Nkhtli4aUtl QmaiDtnutiMta an.1 t li ..i j V. Coniingare, Adjutant General U. R. Collier. !.S:KSa5K?M.Ca7 Slate Librarian Allw Paul Deane i..r. .IaV. rl rorVii.Ma 7 ilh tloit, rs to VI. flail. ibaalaUI'ta. Vuur local rtair JUU.lauy vrM Hardin, fiju ! la J. J-- Ullajwattorh au4 lliiaal Icalhar In valtaa, 111K At'MK (ltt.K I fumUliaa wlttia KiUUvaleU pUtti 9 ranch Dilrror, ukkal pUUJ a4al frauaa. aJitl atarv modarn IniDrovaiuaiiL B raraUk IVm a iaai fm art aa atasrl aa4 laa aaatartaa laalrattlaa taak aakllUasl. GUARANTEED 28 YEARS. laaua a, written blmlltiLi ISviar aruavrsLnta. hvlh tartaU sad MBaUUona of wLtcb If ny rt glf ea out lsraraj ail tTBamrajsj, 1k wAlhraiitlyutiriuaaiifiour.rt OUa inUlTtlt aWia not perfectly f mi av nutiKlt AT 11 hi ic i.iimt i OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABUSHED V ufRliiifiit 3llrWLijiH a- ll" (IWaaaaaataMslVaaaaaMsaaaaai ll&j'nMsmLWmfi mLWWm urlcaa. WHtat I ft L"' V?",??' .KTCrr.K!i,.,fcu, ItAIUtOAI) COMMISSIONERS, Juo, O, Wood, chairman; J, P. tuiir aUmt aiovr, lha fraisht lor uoh aoliaoQMillaa.aawaaataaaatlaat4 llXtoU Aaitaa fiEAHWiROEQUCK&CO.aJiOCHICACO.ILL K4t aV VHt$W rtuaftta. fhftunt BaaK I 'EARS, ." . ti.r,kiKiiu.-'i- i S!sM..SSrx0',d'. FHn,PplaJ(majgw)nuflHi., CHIOAOO, ILL ftOENUOK OH, (Inn), I bualnvaa blotVa lat A nil riAlOE. AllfUA r irwa apcctai vnan, uii rJkWJ or ainraata raJlrojid i iajB8ar?t. WNMaaftai ittilfaiJtt.Uiiaaaia.t.la.! C