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The Republicnu and the Globe Democrat, 1 year, ft 50. The The The The 01ox"fcT3ii3.s Rates. Hmteosd Republican. OrriCIAL ORGAN Or THE The RepubJican'has the' Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County. Fine Job WoVk a Specialty. VOL. PAmU THE FODRIH C0KQRESSI0N1L DISTEICT. Subscription $1 a year. No. 5. has never ceased to blame this nation for letting Mexico go, when she lay conquered In our hands for taking down that dig which once waved in "the. halts ol the Monteznmas, and contenting ourselves with a slice of territory when we might have plundered the whole, But the world has Judged dlflerently. More striking stilt is the case ot Japan. There Is in the public park' at Newport, Rhode Island, the statue of a naval hero whose greatness lay not merely In what he did, but in what he abstained from dolng;sothat, hav ing for. the first time opened Japan to Commodore civilization, modern Perry left it to work out its own des tiny, and become one ol the great free nations of the world. Can any one douht that Mexico and Japan are now higher In condition than if they had been reduced to subject or tributary states, as Cllve and Hastings reduced British India? There is no proof that the Japanese are Intrinsically superior to the Hindoos, but the one race was left fne by the Americans, and the other suVjugated by English men. So there ii no proof that the Fllllplnos are not, as Admiral Dewey said, as well fitted for freedom as the Cubans, or, one may add,as the Mexico, it has also proved, its power of self control. Cnn It be possible that we shall fall to c xerclse tile same in dealii'wlth the Fllllplnos? If we succeed, if we trust the principle of liberty, we may see them stand where the Japanese stand; if we pursue the policy of conquest, they can never rise a'ove the humbler condition of the Hi doos. i There appears to be no human being for whom the British government has less use than for an educated Hindoo, unless he has a taste for the game of cricket. Thomas Wsntworth Hjcginsow. of emplremaking self-contr- XII. HARTFORD, KY., tffilDAY, AUGUST 25, 1899. A DEATH BLOW Was Given to Ooobelism at the Lexington leans. They were In the Revoluticm-nrWar. They were upon ont Bidettr the other as heroes in the late civil struggle. What takes the Angffcv C.V.H 4aIiaI,1a Th..I. t.1. I.MM.J. fMjiW film 1.1a ntila ni.f t..M.11 tin, liM MtiAfa him, and though it may leavcKw children in beggary to take up cause of rather wouldJKe leave them in beggary than to.leave ? them dishonored and as slaves. "You saw this littte np start Judf e this Redwlne. The Bible says, too not upon the wine when it is red, bt he looked upon this wine that wi red. He sat there as a Kentucky Czar, rulling by his usurpation, by, his arbitrary decisions, sons of th sires oi 1779, and degrading In' the very dust the manhood of Kentucky; Why they did not rebel then and there I I don't understand. My Godl r believe if the womanhood of Kentncky had been there and understood their rights, there would have been a row. (Laughter.) y e, iPiatttS'issisiKomiiL, Attorney at Law Beivbh Dam, Kt. Perry Wosterfiold, JOHN P. MORTON IIAUTrOIUI, KY. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office In Court House. Convention. Tho Following Aro Extracts From Brown's Spoooh. Gov. Brown spoke as follows: I am go "My log onward, uearing the sunset of life. The shadows are lengthening behind me. But standing before you to day, in my native State, I feel now that it is the proudest hour of my Hie. (Ap plause ) Heretofore I have gone be foie yon with an undivided Democs racy behind me, with the united atrength of my party sustalning"nie, with the supremacy of the flag that I wore, there was none ol the family to dispute; but tovJay, under exception.rr till t al conditions, I come now as a candidate, and I accept your momlnatlon with gratitude and with pride. (Ap. tftfipvy-plause.) OVERCOMES "I come, I say, bearing your commission, which is disputed by a fact PERMANENTLY tlon of our party. I am a Democrat ol Democrats. (Applause') For more jrftfECTS. than forty years, without faltering, I have voted the Democratic ticket, OUT THt HHTD by never having scratched one In my lite; and totnight, when I have near-'Xll !.Wn ly reached the allotted span of human muuiriunwnnuwniHK life, three score and ten, I find myself prompted by my conscience, by the CIHLtDwith rtcttaibU respect I have for Kentucy and the ILsurdlM. llrm oaiwd thoutand mtnj hoooloisA. camc dignity, of Kentucky and American rAllM la ttft citizenship, to say to you that I refuse 4tjit)ittwo-thlMift1liTmptorairmoT M Ttlmonta.U Knd TEH DATS t rtnifnt f m, made by DR. B. H. CsUZI'S SOI J. Dox K. AtUnU. Ua, to support the nominations the late Democratic convention at Louisville. (Applause,)' "I understand that it is the sentU ment of this convention to give me, as my comrade in this fight, that unUVamIi.vjmI Al.Alnrluranrtlifl dmninad stained gentleman, who is a citzn of with proltuilhuf plln brousht onbr cooitlp- - I Fayette county, Philip P. Johnson. .filleted (or twenty lloo with which I In th mcron your jrer. IM.w.iK 1l and npTer found anTthlnr (Applause) With an unchallenged L.nAf rn y I ua entirely Tree Irom record as a soldier, With an undoubted loenu.lthfin pllra and reel like knew man. C I1.K1ITZ, Kit Jone bt.Sloal Cll.I- character as a gentleman, I take oil my bat to him in this contest, and CANOY salute him as one ol Kentucky Bayff . W CATHARTIC ards, without fear and without re proach. "Bolters, do you call us? We two TKADt MAR MOamiltO old men, have fought in the lront ranks ol Democratic battles) Bolteri, do ycu call us? Is there a man in Grli.IOc.Sic.K). Ooott. N.tm 8lccn tVc.ken.or is there a man ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...IU this audience l.riU, t,mi4i fklrJIlJ. br ell dnif in Kentucky animated by a sentiment of honesty and truth, who would MTfi I f Bold ind rnnrtntd say his. heart or my heatt was influenced by selfish ambition in assuming Kontuoky Voluntoors. the places that we will be called upon to take Not at all , not at all. It Is to I;xlnBton, Ky., Aug. a2. Though sustain your constitution; It is to sus Gov. Ilraillty Is endeavoring'to fceep tain your laws; it Is to sustain the from the public for the present the dignity of Kentucky citizenship it is names of those whom he has rccom for the vindication of freedom of elecmended for places in the new volun. tions (applause), guaranteed by our here, and we tee'r army, the list flipped out here constitution, that are your nominees, not by any written The luplcy ones, so it Is said, are bargain. (Applause) Mot by any But as the spontaneous combination. as follows: First Regiment Cipt. George D. gift and commission of the true De(Applause). Lee, of Company D, and Corporal mocracy of Kentucky. "You call us bolters? Go back and Shirley Crawford. Second Regiment Capt. Fred L. read your Declaration of Independence. Go back and read that Immor Wilson, of Company Jv, tal document penned by the hand of ton, and Capt. Slack, of Wlncester. W. T. Jefferson. Consider the indictment Third Regiment Lieut. Hancock, of Company M. Newcastle, that he brought against George III. and Lieut. Oscar Bishop, of Company Denial to the colonies of America of D, Hartford. those rights that they felt were there Edw. birthright. Read that document careFouitu Regiment Lieut, Morrow, of Company f, of Somerset, fully, and compare it to night with and Lieut Lewis Dillon, of Company the indictment which we can bring ' ' Democratic G, ol Barhjurtille. against the late Some doult is . expressed as to convention at Loulsyille, and I tell whether Cwwford, ol the First, will you if I am a bolter, if Philip P. Johnston Is a bolter, George Washington be accepted, as he was not a commissioned officer, in the regiment during was a bolter, Patrick Henry was a bolter, and when we make our protest the Spanish war. against the usurpations that we have seen, if the spirit of Jefferson to night could be called back to earth, and know the facts, I feel that that venerable patriot would lift his ham's beIn Egypt the etistom ia for Princesses fore this audience and say, 'Anient to hide their beauty by covering God speed your mission, You are the lower part of the face with a veil. right.' (Applause) I claim that the In America the beauty of nfany M our women is hidden because of the nominations of the Louisville conweakness and vention were fraudulent. What are sickness pecu- - the facts in brief? A written bargain Hal-- tn ttiA la admited to divide the votes ol con If the Egypt. fan custom pre- - tested Legislative district, thirty two ontlor! in thll In number, between two candidates for ' --SIIIbv' BlS rnnntrv. rnanv the nomination for Governor. Subsesuffererswouid quent vejrbal agreements were made. be glad to cover the! i That convention consisted ol 1,09a premature members The contested seats were iwrinkles, their of thirty two Legislative districts, suakencheeks. embracing jia delegates. N Fellow-Democrat- ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will practice his profession In all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVRIN, Acts gently on SHELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank, ATTORN!! AT LA W Kidneys, Liver and Bowels cuaNses the wfffTt the System ' ruptcy. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. attention given to col SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Oflico North sido of publicsquare. "JNO. B. WILSON, LrfDl Hab1tuaiCoNS",ot,on "Now, I say that the nomination ol Mr. Goebel was fraudulent. I wish to say, furthermore, there were 1 ,09a members of that convention, 33a seats contested, leaving over 700 men there sitting whose title was uncontested. Goebel and his ticket were fraudulently nominated by reason, In my opinion, of what I have stated, because the members of that" ticket were accessories before and after the fact in the consummation oi this scheme; but it Gen P, Wat Hardin had been nominated and be came within thirty-one his votea ol the nomination title would have been as clear as a stir. (Applause.) Mr. Hardin received a majority ot the uncontested votes of that convention, and Mr. Hardin was unstalnted by any bargain, written or verbal. "I want to give you facts tonight, I am a Democrat. You don't see a changed man beforeyou. Youdon'tsee a man with h new catechism of political facts. You don't see a man who has changed his coat. I am here, as I said before, from a high sense of duty. I love my State, and I will save it, if I can, from the Impending degradation that it U proposed to be put upon her. "It is said that Bryan is coming to Kentncky to tell the Democrats of the State to vote for Mr. Goebelr Vhen he comes I intend to see that the question is put to Mr. Bryan, as I have stated in my remarks here, if such be the undisputed history ofthat con. ventlon as to a bargain and as the rulings of of the Chairman, you, will stand up betore Kentucklans and say that that makeii a good- - title to the (Cries nomination? He won't say ot no, no.) m. f SUfcRN!ApG,SYiW. IlAJtiroRD, Kt. Will practice his profession in the the courts oi Ohio and adjolninr counties. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, R. VL. WEDDING ?& DROPSY loves free elections, civil liberty and good government that I intend to ask for and make my appeal for the aps proachlng canvas. "Truth crushed to earth will rise again, for the eternal years of God are here.' I feel that I am right, and that "thrice is he arm. ed who hath his quarrel just' 'In the name ol the principles ot our forefathers, by all that we hold near and dear, let us take a broom and sweep from the temple all that should not be near the altar wbare we make our prayers, Let us purify the ballot Let us eleyate the citizen Bhlp. us have the courage to maintain Kentucky manhood. Let us do It, and even If we fall, for from the blood of,the martyrs is the seed of the church, and the man that falls to do his duty as next week or next yearisome good maycometohim from silence or from cunning, it is not moral courage. He is doing that which shames his manhood; he is doing that thatdegrades his citizenship. (Applause:) "My countrymen, thanking you for this nomination which I will wear as the jewel of my life (applause), as the greatest honor that was ever conferred upon me by the unbought vote of the brave manhood of Kentucky, I will maintain this cause at long and as far as my 1m paired strength will enable me to do-- not in passion,' not in anger, not in resentment toward any human being, not by Invective and noise, froth and hujrah, but by plain, simple, errnest, truthful statement of the facts ad dressed to the independent judgment of and leellng that my cause Is just, I that God will be with the right. I thank you." WOMEN AND MEN. A Lonoly Spot. Whoro Llborty Is notThoro Is My Country. When the great French Revolution broke out, Thomas Paine felt an Immediate wish to take a hand in It had probHis book"Common-Sense- " ably done more than any other book to bring the American Revolution to a point, and hla other publication, "The Crisis," to carry it safely through. He had retired with honor. Congress voted him $3000 lor his services, and the State of New York gave him five hundred acres of land, but he was not content tollve on these comforts when he conld help the cause of freedom elsewhere. When hlajriends urged him In stay. at homt and quoted to him the Latin motto, "Where liberty Is, there la my conn-tr(ubi llbertas ibi patria), he said that this was a motto for a coward. The true motto for a brave man was he said, "Where liberty is not, there is my country"; and so he went to Paris and took a hand in the French When he opposed the Revolution. killing ol the king,he was shut up in the Bastile.and only escaped the guillotine because, when thedoors ol those prisoners ordered to execution for the next day were marked with chalk, It happened that his door was open and was marked on the wrong side, being afterwards closed again, so that he escaped. Thus he followed up his motto, "Where liberty is not, there is my country." For a century since his time the American nation has habitually acted on this motto rnd given its sympathy to the under side. Greece, Poland, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Mexico, Cuba, the South American republics, have called .forth the national sympathy, because they were or seemed to be oppressed. No one has asked whether their heroes were all Washtngtons and their generala all Grants. Probably they were not. No doubt the prominent Insurgent leaders, Bozzar!s,Kos suth.Garlbaldl, called forth plenty of criticism. Bollyar was called more than once a braggart and trallor,yet it was practically due to him that South America is now republican and not monarchical, and It is lor this that his statue adorns American parks. So much for the leaders; and as for the people, there were always plenty who doubted, while the struggle last ed, whether the Insurgents were wor thy oi freedom or conld ever sustain a government dl their own. Vlncen-ne- s, the great French minister, who sent Rochambean and his army to serve us at Yorktown, always expected that the new American States would soon go to pieces. Sir George Twevelyan,ln the best history of the American Revolution yet written, tells us that, when the war began, George HI., his ministers, and his army agreed In the opinion that ',no popu latlon was ever composed of worse men or poorer creatures than the rebellious town of Boston." Probably there never yet was an insurrection, large or small, in which the party apparently stronger did not honestly believe the weaker patty to be utterly incapable ot The flaw in the whole reasoning (n such cases la in leaving out the principle of liberty. When a nation, or even a family, once enters on the project of managing the affairs of ita neighbors, It is on the wrong track. It is as If a farmer assumed the right of confiiscatlng the adjoining farm because he can raise better crops than Its owner; or a shopkeeper should seize his neighbor's stock of goods on the ground that he rau make mere money out ot it than the owmer can. There is such a thing as personal ownership; freedom is freedom; and it is not for a nation born and reared on this theory to Ignore it in judging the affairs of others. What would become of the neighborhood If Mrs. Jones, who manages her family rather ill, should come home and find that Mrs. Smith, her neighbor, has carried off the baby, on the ground that she can do better by It, and has therefore a natural right to It? No doubt there are extreme cases where the law must interfere and do this, but It is too great a responsibility to Intrust to Mrs Jones herself. The whold early history of free ststes usually consists in rebellion agalnst,the Interference of other states which think themselves But the men wiser and stronger. who are remembered in history the longest are sometimes those who raise their voices against auch aggressions, even when their own govt ernment commits them. Probably the thing by which the great Lord Chatham will be longest remembered will be hla exclamation In Parliament, on November 18, 1777, "It I were an American, as I am an Englishman, while aforelgn troop was landed In my country I would never lay down my arms never, never, neverl" Twice in history haa the North American tepnbllc won just gratitude from the human race when It might have forfeited It by a policy less advanced. To this day, to be sure, Mr. Cecil Rhodes, engaged In hb career y" -- The drearest spot in all the world, I care not what the zone, Is home, sweet hotne.lu summer-timWhen I am there alone. The world Is falr.tbe lawns are green, The sun pours down its gold, But in my lonely den I sit In cheerlessnesa and cold. e I wander up and down the stair, I go from room to room, And everything so silent Id My heart is filled with gloom. The books, the treasures of fay boy, Confront me everywhere, And mutely apeak, but he, dear lad, The little chap's not there. It I look into the nursery And find it span and spick; To see' no toys upon the floor Doth make me mortal sick! And when I turn to go, and sjjy Two empty little beds, It gives my heart a twist to mAm Two curly little heads! t And in another room, near bar,' To see no patterns there, V No scissors and no No needles lu the, chair, No cotton threads upon the tuat, No spools ot silk about, The tears that well up in my eyes Suggestna waterspout. cutting-boewel,.. fellow-citizen- s Egad! 'tis not a pleasant thing, As Borne good folks suggest, To send one's family away And'stay at home for rest There's.lots of quiet to be had, But give me rather noise, As, long as qniet can't be had Along with little boys. Harpers Bazar. It To Care CooetlrMUIon forever Take Caeeareta Candy Cathartic. 10c orate. Q. C. C. fall to cure, druzglau refund money. Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settle ment of decedent's estates, road cases Office up and 'criminal practice. tail? next door to Griflin'sdrug store. PILES ih To-U- Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Mlcheal Curtain, Plilnfield, make the statement, that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated by her bmily physician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose. She continued its use and after Uking six bottles, lound herslf sound and well; now does her own housework, and Is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. Only 50 cents and $1.00, every bottle guaranteed. 111., J. S.R. Wedding, AnORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW; (NOTARY KENTUCKY. HARTFORD,. 'VIII practice bis profession In all the courts ol Ohio amladjolning counties and the Court of Appeal?. Prompt attention given to all business entrust-t- o his care. Office in J EDWIN ROWE. n Dnring 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 suffer from it. Mr. David Taylor, of Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., is one of these. He uses Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and ' Diarrhoea Remedy aud says he never found anything that would give him such quick relief. It is lor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m Smart Young Wlfo. Young Mr. and Mrs. Smith were preparing to make a visit to friends for a few days. Their baby was only a moths old, but was an important member of the family just the same. Mr. Smith was np the stairs and Mrs. Smith down stairs, putting on things and getting ready to start "Hubby," she called ont to her better half on the floor above, "please brlug me my gloves! They are lying on the dresa-e- r. And brlng'me my overshoes aad vail and that hatpin lying on top, of shlflonier and a few of those animal crackers tor baby, and don't forget the baby's toothbrush. Poor hubby had a hard time finding everything that his wife wanted. He was a long while making his. spa pearance and finally his wife called to him. "What is keeping yon, dear!" "Ob, that confounded toothbrush tor baby I I have everything bnt Then Mrs. Smith laughed. "You silly duck," said she, "did yon not know that I was only joking? The baby, bless her dear little heart, hasn't n tooth to her name." r That was why hubby got so mad and said things as he was corning down stairs. A man never likes to have a joke played on him by hU wife Pittsburg Chronltle. building. t..l, r. FRIENDSHIP CHURCH. Aug.- - 2i,- 1899. As I haven't written anything for your paper for sometime I will try to give you a few Items. Miss Viola Royal and little Miss Leafie Westerfield were the guests of Mr. Morris Rbyal's family Tuesday afternoon. Assessor G. D. Royal's wife and son Felix were the guest Viola Westerfield Friday. Bid. Robt.,1. Brandon filled his appointment at Union Grove Saturday night and Sunday. Eld. R. W. Jeflres, oi the church of Christ, delivered 7 discourses at this place and had 12 additions. Died, August 13th, near Deanfield, Mr. Philander Keller. His remains were Interred in the family grave yard. Our sympathy is with the ben reaved. Bbatricr. - P I. VKUX. Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Trotnpt attention given to nil business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. Tho Fight Against Goebel. To the Editor of the Evening Post: As a Kentucklan and an uncom promising Democrat, I cannot refrain from giving ray unqualified Indorsement to the course now being pursued by the Evening Post in the present political contest in Kentucky. The native of the grand old Commonwealth who resides In o'her States, and who love honor In politics, are watching the situation with eagle eyes, and with hopes that Goebellsm will be efletually buried, I have watchedwlth interest the actious of former Democratic leaders, and the personnel of the followers of John Young Brown is a guarantee that crown of "justice will not wear thorns." A Goebellte who is making himself especially obnoxious in Kentucky, and a man with whom I form erly had business relations in speaking to me on one occasion about trainmen and railroad employes, used these words: "These fellows, like the negroes.should not be allowed to vote. They are toolgnorant and unreliable." He made this remark because they refused to support him for an office, yet these same men, to my personal knowledge, have in years prevented him from becoming a pauper. There are thousands of railroad employes in Kentucky, who provide for their families by their connection with railroads. These employes have broth ers, fathers and friends who will rebuke Ike Insults now being heaped upon them by disreputable hirelings who are trailing In the wake of Bill Goebel. Bryan can HI a fiord to put a finger In this contest The "toiling masses," to which he so frequent, ly relets, will attend to Goebel, and little "Hooray," The political nincompoops may howl, but "the truth Is mighty and will prevail," and Goebel will be rebuked by an Indignant, but n noble and long suffering Ciias R Jones. people. Jacksonville, Pla., Aug, 9 years foot lo be boundofhand aud is for worst disease chains it we-ar- ATTORNEY AT LAW hl prutrkulon In all lb rniirikiirOhlu nnu oUJolnliiKruuiillr ii lln-tloWill JOHN T HONE, TtKrowii,UT. rcllrt ml Ciinrt l Aiiml. NprrUI clven lo cullrelloiia, OOlMln W. A. Hun. Ilulldlnir. HAirrroitD, Kv. Bpecial attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Court House. Attorney at Law, R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Hartfokd, Attorney at IglW Kt.' Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T, J. Bmith &CV, Market Street. Attorney at Law, IlARTFOBD, J. E. DAVIDSON; KT., Hidden Beauty Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to nil business entrusted to his care, Attorney o. :m: Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio nniLadjolning counties Careful attention will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. Office over Ohio lections a specialty. County Bank. Also Notary Public. Baf atKY.Law, fH HppPH HARTFORD, Buk.iMsriE'ra?, VN AT -- LA ATTOMEY" UENTDOHY. W, 1'OnDNVII.I.K, Will practice his prolwalon in all the courts of Ohio and adjoinlug counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door to Post Office b.MI. ..."kllllii '"'Vfttr.TawKfrA' 'UfflaM r.M.V. 11 M"0 ll tvj aS-S-B ul wn..oiww., ip.i U... p.rli.. Ik MmJ, nttmmcsrr.-- . "kov4. tori ! L(U0.6M a a HUM nr m m '& PCUMvttM bm complexion, from the eyes of the world with the veil of the Orient I ? their unnealthy Bradfiild's . Female Regulator "Oh, Kentncklans, some of you trace your lineage away back to the Same oi your daysofDanlelBoone. ancestors were in the War oi 181a. They were with Jackson at New Or- - I i. ..rrirH lW JMk I, I PV .llll. ,,. 4 lit Ilk to cor. r rf4 mom;, Petit rin JHeW 4NM lta cured etilpela luok cl P" ll.nUta aant ITBeb! waeiiaTcd, d..m we MdVkUlIT et home m brines out a woman's true beauty. It makes her strong and well in those organs upon which htr whole general health depends. It corrects all men. strual disorders. It stops the drains of Leucorrhoea. It restores the womb to Its proper place. It removes the causes of headache, backache and nervousnesc It takes the poor, debilitated, weak, haggard, fading woman and puts her on her feet again, making her face beautiful by making her body well. a M lr SJ ajtettle. ovrlree UlotlraHJ book (or women. Tkc tnMtH Reneiter C., AUaata, 6 DrustliU Send for JA.-J - torpid or Inactlre. troubles may follow. efficient cure or llrer troubks, take H often a warning that the llrer Is Homdaohe )ldcn More serious For a prompt, and all While tbr rooM the liter, rcitor full, rejular action of tba boweli, they da not grlpo or pain, do not Irritate or Inflame the Internal orgam, but hare a positive tonle effect. iSe. at all drusKiati or by mall of V, I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Uau. Hood's Pill9 rrw w "I speak history and speak it not There In vanity, but in Is my record. There is my record that the malice of men cannot destroy. There is my record that, the (Apdemagogue cannot disguise. plause.) There Is my record before and whenever mv read these accusations against me, or hear these damnable suspicions, re member they are made by cowards I speak, perhaps, most too strongly, because I do not want to :be offensive to anybody but whenever you hear them, allow me to say, If yon please, you tell them: 'There In is Brown's record; where is yours?' (At this point there was a great dc--. monstTation of applause.) "Has manhood fled to brutish beasts? Has all that has been said of the heroism of our State been a fable? "No, thank heaven, no! The answer is In the audience here before me to night. There never assembled in Kentucky from the days of Daniel Boone until this evening an assemblage of thousands of more intelligent men, of more manhood, of more influence, of more Christian dignity and decency than the people whom I see You are tot disbefore me You are appointed not deadbeatf . You are not fools. "Gentlemen, beforeyou I point yon to the stars upon your flag and ita stripes. I ppiut yo, to the past of our glorious State. I turn you to the graves of your fathers. I ask you to look into the eyes of your children. I ask you to look into the mirror and behold yourselves. Are you ready to bow down in abject submission? (Cries of "Nol No) Neverl' ) "To surrender your birthright un-- . der the name ol party regularly, Party regularity! It means fraud; It means despotism; It means coalition of the political and judge to hoodwink by the legerdemain of the political ma- giciane the honored and honest of this Commonwealth, and f feel from this meeting to night that I Father you are coming; coming, Go Abraham, a hundred, strong. neighbors whom I home and tell jour t you met here. Tell your neighbors what you heatd here. Seek the facts, seek the truth, and all I aak of my fellow citizens is for a man not to surrender to bis fears from selfish apples henslon, but to obey the honest die tates of his conscience, and it Is the honest vote ot the honest man who e. fellow-citizens, e, office-seeker- s. I ofIrs. that" Volcanic Eruptions Aar grand, but Skin Eruptions rok life of Joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures them, also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Bums, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best! Pile curq on earth Drives out Pains and Aches. Only ascts, a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. K. Williams, Druggist Rev. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the Street Methodist church at Cumberland. Md.. Bavs: "It aflorda me much pleasure to recommend Colic, Cholera and Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used it and know others who have done so. I have never known it to fail. It Is a sure cure when taken in time," For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & m Bro. 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I was treated for a, long while, but the phyilofana were unable to euro me. ana mr condition was as bad as whea I began their treatment Many blood remedies were used. BlsmwWsbV 1 but without effect. Some one recommended 8, 8. 8., and off vA Bm j I I betran to imnrora as soon as I had taken a few bottles. Continuing the remedy, I was soon cured permanently, and hero never had a sign of the disease to return." Swift's Speclfio goes down to tba seat of the dlaeaso, thus permanently eliminating 1 VkJmJ hr is the only remedy whleh can promptly reach aai eure obntlnate, deep-ta- 4 blood dlieasei, Mj relying upon It, end not experimenting with the various S. 8. S. FOR THt BLOOD Druggist i tonics, etc, all sufferers from blood troubles can be promptly cured, tnatead of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely undermlfte the constitution. 8, 6. 8. I guaranteed Purely vegetable, and never fails te eure Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Itheumatiim, Contagious Blood Poleon, Balk, Tetter, impiea, Borea, Ulcere, etc inaiae upon u. 0 u. noining can iee iu e Books on blood and skin disease will be mailed free to any addree kf Swift Speett Company, Atlanta, Georgia. f , k. r Hartford Republican. h 111 muni Prlitriy. llAKrrolllM'l'lll.iNIilMltOMPANY Incorporated. L- - w ateil tlio Goebel oligarchy and will sustain their country a right against their party's winng. Those Demo Offloo on Fox Stroot. crats who havo t'ared to desert the Subscription, SI per year In advance Music Hall convention rather than condone its infamy, will do moro than at Hartfoid rescue Kentucky Irora a dangerous Entered at the as second class mail matter. band of political highwaymen; their example will warn the political bucFRIDAY, AUGUST 35 caneers ol other states that vico and crime in politics mutt expect to meet a stubborn opposition at the hands of an outraged people. The deteat ol Goebel by an overwhelming majority would mark the beginuiog of an era of puier politics in Kentucky and its influence for good would bo fell throughout iho country. Hon Roostis, Jnu II. Thomas, HDIT. ns. lions, and without wbioh no question only tl e Baptist who openly oppose of publ'o Interest can bo rightly set tho election of Goebel. This charge tled and to preserve these fitly thous upon Its face is lalso, and ignorance and honest Kentucky Dcmocrats,who alone is the ground for the asie'llon. hope for no reward, lave the In last week's RErunuoAN, we printol duty dune, Iiavo rcpudl ed nu editorial from the Pentecostal Jrrald ol Louisvillo, which i) an avowed Methodist journal, denouncing the entire ticket. II the above charges were truo, and those men who oflcr tho resolutions and urgo their adaption in tho associations are ex Conferato men who never scratched the Democratic ticket in their history, it would be an established fact that the Baptist church was certainly ef iccting its mission. But tho Baptists are not alone in the contest. The Methodist will doubtless de nounce Goebel at their conference this fall, the Presbyterians, it is hoped will not be slow in acting with the other denominations, tml as for the Christians, or Carapbehtes as they are commonly Callol, Stanford's monti ment stands as a warning to his sur viving brethren. Three Baptist As sedations, to our knowledge, have passed resolutions per above charge and many more aio to follow. But the most significant feature of the Bapti-- t church in Kentucky at this time, is that tho raajorty of its mem' bcrs adhere principles tothe of Democracy. A BIT post-offi- ce REPUBLICAN TICKET. roll UflVF.IlMlK, w. a. xji.TXtOxi, ol Ilnllrr County. roR MK:rr.NAT.JIVKItN(K, ol Lonlsvllle. Tun Philippine question is an aggta valine and trillloe affair that has caused the administration a great deal The insurrec tion has continued several months, but should bo brought to a speedy close. There are two plausible reosins lor having continued and prolonged this contest, the first reason was a fail ure to comprehend the strength ol the Insurgents; and the second was fighting in an entirely strange country. It appears that Gen. Otis bos not exercised the best strategy in his operations. It is certain that ho fai'cd to trap Aguinaldo as was frequently re ported be would do at the next move of his forces. Nothing is more clear to the administration than a necessity for a larger army. To this end Secretary Root has determined to raise the number of men in actual service to 00,000. The action of the new secretary is meeting tho approval of tbo press and country generally. The plans for tho campaign to bo opened as soon as the dry season comes will be aggrcssivo and not defensive alone. In six weeks after the opening of the campaign Aguinaldo and his army should be prisoners of war and peace restored in Luzon at least. There have beeu a few daring exploits by some ol tho officials and men, but not in a single instance, to our knowledge, has the enemy been entrapped. When the fresh forces reach Manila we may expect a more vigorous campaign and a speedy conclusion of the disputed right of tho United States to its acquired territory of trouble and unrest. famous Goebel Lawf Will it venture to compare two statutory acis between which there is no comparison? Nat urally when a man is at sea without a chait or compass mid thick aud heavy fog, bis course is very cau tiously guarded hie progress slow, so it is with man when he has shoulder ed all he caLposslbly s'and under, his with exceedingly way is guarded great care, and his etepps sullen his By the JcnitiP progress retarded. profound silence, we are forced to liken it unto tho man, Should this effort, to draw an express ion from our worthy contemporary tail, we will then understand that the efforts made by the Jferahl to secure food and nourishment lor tho Goebel Election Law have met with a disastrous failure and it will no longer at tempt to defend this crime ol the would bo Governor ot the great Commonwealth of Ken tucky This being acknowledged, we will refrain from farther em barrassiog this journal but will henebforth regard it with the sUin. ed high-hand- GREETED BY 6000 AUullUlfS Gon. Taylor Handlocl tho Goo- bel Bill Without Glovoo In (NT TL-- s His London Speech. l Always the Best. ; Our outict for tbe distribution ol merchandise gives uscxclusivo sale of many leading makes find them else-- . " of goods, You are uuablo-t- o whero. Such arrangements value. aro made only with whoso Skotchoa From His Speech are hero Given. the r.oniirtt, law. But the crowning act of infamy per petrated by this "vicious body of de-- . formed Democrats and degenerate Americans" was the enactment of the Goebel election law. In the language uttered February aG, 1898, by the newspaper which is now the chiet organ of the Music Hall convention tick ct: "The people may vell stand aghast belore the revolutionary election bill which has, llkesom dread monster, suddenly emerged from the fastnesses of paslon and error through which the Legislature has been threading its tortuous way. It is safe to say that the annals of free government wilt be sought in vain for anything approaching it in shameless effrontery and unconcealed deformity. "This force bill gives the voters of Kentucky not a ray oi hope. It makes no claim or show of fairness. It places exclusive in the hands of three irresponsible persons to be named by the authors ol the measure itself the entire electoral machinery of the State. That is the whole of it. In one word, and at one fell swoop, Ken tucky is to become the subject of a Triumvirate, which is to decide who shall hold office and who shall not Nominally, the people are to be permitted still to go through the form of elections. They are to be permitted still to vote. The ballot box is not actually abolished. But the Triumvirate is in each and eve'ry case to cost up the returns and determine the re i'r Ni.i'iurrABV caxeo ro-roxr-- or htatk, ol Knox lonutjr. rim attorney ukxerai., CXSTOXT T. HUTS, JlopklnnCoDuly. ol . OF REASONING. ol tlonrbou I'ounlj. FOKTiir.ANDnr.n, johh a. syw3T32T3rr I8TnCCTIOK, ton AUDITOR, TrALiER a. satst, ol Jlreatblll County. FOB SUIT. PUIILIO it i ' ?:i '. ( Hustling TnfTeta fast black yard 10c -There Is Nebraska, South Dakota, Splendid values in all remaining black wool Torcar nrwcE, Board I appointed one Republican And the twenty second too, ol Campbell Conniy. member of the county boards it turn dress goods, in plaid and figured. Henrietta They formed the line a mile away FOK COM'll OF Aftllll UI.Tl'HK. ed out that the appointee had not And steadily forward drew. wide bas (ho finish ol one costing full suit." CATI.I .TV. TZZZlOCICaXCZlXOXT by tbe Republic And where the bullets flew thickest ol rnyetle Comity. My friends, the measure has been been recommended twice tbo money August price, 25c. committee, aud in some instances The boys were undismayed, publicly and privately discussed and an FOR HTATt: NENATOR, They crossed the river, won the day commented upon in the press; yon was a personal enemy ol the Repu'j CAST. XT. V. 3XOTWAXi33. licgin now and make our store your shopping , of linllrr Couuly. In some of the llcan nominees This famous light brigade. have seen it in operation, and are counties of the StUe the Republican headquarters through tho season. That will test FOR more or less familiar with its provls Then onward to Malolos, member ol tbe county board was no 2X01T. XI. c. ?ajixT.ors.T. ions. But it cannot be discussed too The boys were full ol fight; the matter, and cveryA'alue we givo you will be ol Benver limn. tilled that he need not expect a slnglt nor at too great length. If you The rebels left the town that day, nlten, Republican sheriff of election. List an inducement that you cannot resist you'll be FOR l AOIHTRA I E. will bear with me I will speak briefly For tbey were filled with fright. a-o. year in Pulaski county, the count) ot those features which render it par And Senor Augulnaldo, our regular customer. You will like our way of , of Jlnntlr. board, without the semblance of auticnlarly odious and an absolute men says, "Boys, I am afraid, FOR t'O.NNTAIJI.F.. merchandising thority, refused to count or consider it's based on actual Values iu a ace to your most sacred rights. For Hale a raising hell vote in a number of precincts, every instance. Respectfully, It creates a State Election Commis the famous light brigade.' ol Jingo. With his PUBLIC raiNTiNG sion composed of three men to be Oh Hale he Is a soldier 1 desire now to briefly call your atelected by the Legislature. There is TiiF.itR are only two men in DaII there ever was one, tention to the cost ol pnblic printing no provision for a division ot these As fine a one as you'll ever meet, years each ot the present viess county for Goebel and his ticket, commissioners among the political under three Beneath the Southern Sun. "Hoorey" Woodson and Cspt, W. T. and former administrations. The last parties. This board not only appoints "There goes my boys in brown say, Ellis, The author of this statement years ol the Democratic admin and removes county boards at pleas three he, is a Democrat of the old school, but istration the puhlicprtntingcost ure, but sits as a court of contest. "Best soldier ever made; lor the same period of time not a "Latter Day Saint," Should No provision is made for a division And hell itself can't stop a charge under the Republicans it 'cost $49- ,this be questioned, the evidence in of tbe members ol the county boards Of this famous light brigade " THE PRESENT CRISIS. the case can be had by calling at this between the parties. The people are The record books under the last Ira Cox office. not to be consulted as to who shall You assnme no risk, when you bny hold those county offices. The State three years ol Democratic admlnistra The present crisis in Kentucky polThe republic of Peru has adopted Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Dis Board can arbitrarily act upon all tion cost $67,580 07; while under a v1 EG itics has attracted the attention of arrhoea Remedy. Z Wayne Griffin & like period or Republican administrathe gold standard. Up until recently journalists and politicians abroad, Bro. will refund your money if you are questions and its decisions are final tion, record books cost only $15,006 Petu has had free silver, but expernot satisfied after usiue it It Is ev- It can remove county boards without while in Kentucky it baxcalled torth ience has taught that country a lesson erywhere admitted to be the most sue cause, and there is no redress Tbe 12 the greatest efforts of tho politicians in Thus, In the matters ol public print cessful remedy is use for bowel com county board appoints the officers ol that we are striving to evade, and for both political patties to accede to the plaints nod the only one that never elections, and while they are required ing record books there has been the present, wo are entirely out of danfails. It is pleasant, safe and reli throne of supremacy, it has elicited saved to the taxpayers of Kentucky ger. Br) an has ordered imperialism by the new, as in tbe old, law, to diable. 3m the clergy from his exalted calling vide the election officers between tbe the magnificent sum ol $36 9 2 12, iu to the front rank and free stiver to This Moans You! into the dofense of a free ballot and parties, they are left at liberty to de- three jeara of Republican adminiittra fall back to second pint 0 for reinforceion. Tn further illustrate: In 1895 tho discussioa of the deplorable condiReYou can save 10 to 15 per cent by buying your ment. The people of tbe Green River Val- termine for themselves who are tion now existing in state politics. in 8 qilre medium record book cost publicans and who are Democrats. II LunSbor, Bash, doors, shingles and building ma-torl- al ley, without respect only as good cits the State $12 16 The present ndmin Jo Biackiiuhk (aid in a recent There is a resolution in Kentucky izens, are Invited to be present at I.lv- - the county board be Democratic, it istration no purchase tbe same at tho Cornor ot Inglo and 7th sts. speech "I will bet my soul's ealva-tio- n politics similar in characteristics to has the power under the law to select ermore, In order to give aid and en$6-no other in the history of the State. against a counterfeit coin, that-th- e as Republican election officers any wok Iron themme compiny for couragement to the improvement and I have one ol the best assortments In 1895 671 ooo yellow Assessors' of Choice Lumber in the Republicans if given the powor would Indeed there is no tecord in the hiswelfare ol the Green River Valley man whom tbe members of that board blanks cost the state State, and can makellt an object to you to obtain price for your $6 8x; in not repeal the Goebel election law." tory ol the nation oi tuch an uprising and Immigration Asso are pleased to call Republicans, no 1899 700,000 ol the same blanks cost Improvement lumber. II the Goebel election law teally in- of the people against a one mau rule, ciation, by the building of good roads, matter II they be openly defying their the State but $t 80. party organization. Neither the Re sures fair elections Mr. Blackburn duplicity, falso'100 I, treachery and developing our natural resources, There Is another matter that the I sell strictly for Cash, which means that you Its candiwill not have pays the Republicans a great compli fraud. Revolutions are always at building factories, giving enconrage publican organization nor to help pay any bad bills when you buy here. dates could prevent the perpetration people ought to know. Four years ment when he says thy v,ill not re tended, balked and supported by ment to immigration ol better classes. of this outrage. Incompetent and ago the former administration, lor the building railroads and the improvepeal a law which he claims was pass many ol the ery best, most success unreliable Republicans can be ap purpose ol deceiving the people, durment ol our waterways, In fact, every cd to keep them from stealing the ful and influential men in the bouning the campaign of that year, overthing that will be best lor the build- pointed in ever precinct. The Shers estimated the amount State, but in point ol fact, Blackburn daries of a nation, so it was when money due iff, who is the umpire between two ing up ol the Green River Valley. meant to tell his audience that the Patrick Heury in his magnificent ad judges (the clerk having no voice). the teachers for 1895 to the extent All are invited to meet said Asso Republicans would utilize the Goe- dress before the Virginia House of of $114 61297, aid declared the per ciation at Liveimore on August 31, may in every voting precinct be a capita to be $2 8 1, bel election law to steal elections with. Burge38cs mado use of this significant tbe law Democrat, or belong to the party Every town and country and Doalor iu all kindB of Building Matorial, 1899 Goohel ought to muzzle the windy. language: "Give me liberty or give having control of the election ma the present administration was com every Commercial club, business me death." chinery. The county board may pelled to deduct liom the school fund men's association should have one or due the teachers lor 1896 the tremen So it is to. day in Kentukcy. Not a COIUU-NEVKNTII AND INUI.t. NTUEKTH. more representative at said meeting. without cause, at'any time, remove . The cruet injustice prac The open violation of the Prohi- man ventures to deny or refute this any election officer, even on the day Jas F. Carson, Pres. this Notwithstanding bition law ia Ohio county is potent to statement. of election. And I am told that such ticed on the teachers of 1896 for pollt This a thing did occur in Kenton county at leal ends is perfectly apparent. everyone who luu given the matter lact; that thousan U of men are armNotice to Creditors. is a sample of the methods resortel to for changing her maiden name The the last election. is a question that ed in the sacred cause of freedom any attention, and Robards, a small town In Header- Informer years to deceive the voters. gentleman Is evidently mistaken, orJ sou OUR PURPOSE. All persons having claims against INiaUITlES OP THE IW. county, sustaiued a severe loss should he given immediate considera, against the impending crisis, there is The school per capita under tbe Re ci.e uic uisiory 01 man is a blstory bv firr-tthe estate of Christopher Alten, de When a law fails to provide against lth Inee dlv,t, f.A n1m1i lion by the good cituensjof the county. a, spirit of uncertainty and unrest at has, after the ol romance and adventure dwelling In In It is our purpose to give to our ceased, are notified to present the inequalities and wrong, it is equivathe morning. It was discovered While whisky was told legally in the tending the future course of the State many readers tbe best material at same properly proven as riqnlred by lent to a direction to do wrong. To Democratic defllct was met, steadily tbe absence o I law and order. that the rear of V. M. Rakln'a drug town of Hartford, the Rei'UIilican It Is to bo b iped that that boasted command and to this end our efforts law before met at my home on the C. make possible is to license. To place grown each year, store was on fire, tbe flames consumed has not thought it expedient to uige Kentucky manbool will rise in its Notice. are directed. Our purpose is not a Allen farm, on or before the loth day the power to oppress in the hands of the drug store, then spread to W. D. the people to suppress iho sa'e of it purity and power, armed with that School Trustees or teachers are InResolutions. publio quarrel witli any, but upon of September, 1899, or they will for- any particular class oi men Is an abin the smaller (owns, but on tho 31st sacred trust, the ballot, and relegato vited tolcallatZ WayneGrlffin&Dro'B Duncan's. Hotel before the townsmen the contrary, peace and good will to ever be barred. solute guarantee that wrong and op could get the flames under their conWhereas, our Supreme Grand Mas- Drug Store and Ret tbe latest map of Snuuld all- of Ibis month, the legal tale of whisky Caesarlanism to oblivion. Mrs. t'LORKNcrt Au.cn, pression will follow. Under this law However, wo sought in our last 5 ter in his infinite wisdom and metcy tveniuciry ana Tennessee free for use trol They had razed two store will close in Hartford and Ohio coun- we who have the power to cuish Christopher Allen. Kxccntrix ol tbe Legislature may create a State issue to draw our neighbor and eon- houses, two warehouses and a numty will again be a pi ohibition county, this usurper fall, there is but me Umjnrory, the Jferald, into a lair and 7 machlne;ithls machine may in turn has seen fit to call from labor to re- In tbe schools of Ohio county, ber of outbuildings tothe ground. Prohibition Spoaklng. aud if the good citizens of the county alternative left, that is to arm the noble create a county machine; the county freshment, our esteemed brother Vir 1, honest discussion of a question ol gil D. Fnlkerson, who died at his Doa'tTtiate lilt tad Kaiesa fur lift lrtx. 1 250 Insurance, with a total loss of really desire to tee the tale ol whisky womanhood of Kentucky will) the paramount To quit tobacco etatlr and formr, b mac at least $15,000. The cause Is un- I am glad to have the privilege of machine may create a precinct mas home Id Ceralvo,Ky.,Aug. importance to the readers 2, 1899. suppressed, this paper ciii be depend ballot, or have Goebelism rein su of both journals, but in vain. A announce through the columns ol the chine, which may, with impunity Therefore te it resolved, That in " verdict ol the citizens aud ovcithrow ed upon to assht any wifely directed preme. tron. All dnMltU,Wcorll. Cm 3 anaran. Is the usual one nttrlhull Republican that Prof. B. L. Rock- - rape the ballot-bo- x n oMi comparison ot the Ohio Election his death Masonry has lost a valu Address 2. effort to suppress it. The Kkimjiilican It is not pipular to advoctte Law, of which our esteemed friend wood, of Indiana, will lecture at Hart- the will of the peopte. The possibil- able friend and support and the com 0. ......... ...uiou; ?? """I"8 " Htm York. losses, supposed to be et by an unm, wnicsgg or ities for evil of this law have beeu IN will undertake no crusade woman suffrage at present, but wiiere known fiend, had occasion to boast in tbe recent ford at 1 p. tn. and at 8. p. m. on munlty a shining example of benevo Tuesday, September 5th, and at lustrated in its practical operations. the "blind tigers," but if ever the opportunity has been granted against CERALVO, KY. lence and industry, Resolvcd.tuat we with tbe Goebel Election Law lleautr 1 Mood Deep. past, The Legislature of 1898 was overBeaver Dam, Wednesday, September there is a heathy public sentiment her she has ever cast her vote against Clean blood means a clean akin. No as Masons extend our deepest sympa would be material, such that would beauty without It. t'aacajeti. Candy citliar- Mr. P. A. Milner attended the as- tlo 6tb at night. Prof. Rockwood la one whelmingly Democratic. It elected against the sale of intoxicants in the tho evils that beset man. At every clean your ujoou anu kicp it clean, by thy to the bereaved family and that interest every man in Kentucky, In sociation In Owehsboro last week. ol the greatest speakers on the Pro three State Commissioners, everyone tirrlnf tin the laiy liver and diriving: all lm county, wo will give whatever assist opportunity the has stamped the seal be spread upon pur tits from the body JJctriin today to view of this lact, and in view of the hibition platform and should have oi whom was and is now a Dem- these resolutions Little Johnnie, Ihe 16 months old bvjiiji pimples, boila, Liotchci, Llicklitaiii, auce we can to encourage it. The of doom upon the whisky question lact also that tbe Herald, In or crowded house at each meeting, He ocrat, and a personal partlslan our records. sickly bilious corrjDlcilon Iti. taklrln son of Mr. Oliver Klmbley, died prohibition law should be enforced or Doubtless, it would be a blessing for Be it further resolved, That a copy L'atcarcts,beauty for ten cents. All drus der to fortify and prepare itself for Is fovorable in presenting his subjects, ol the author ol the measure. Thus iCtb. gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 60c. repealed, there Is no tenable middle, all Kentucky, If suffago were extend any emergency, did tend to the State yes sympathetic and kind, with a In its very inclplency we find, a per- of these resolutions be sent to the wife Mrs Nannie TCverly and daughter, ground. We wait the ao iou of the ed to tier In this uour ot great mo of our deceased brother.1 also that a of Lieut Oscar Bishop received a tele of Ohio and procure a copy of the vain of pathos and humor running version of justice and equality. Where Point rieasant, are visiting Mrs. J, good citizens of Ohio county in re- ment. It is certain that she c mid do copy be sent to the Misonlc Home") gram Tuesday announcing that he M Bverly, of this place. election laws ot that State, we laid a through his lecture provoking alike is ever a semblance of justice In the Journal, Hartford Herald aud Hartford gard to the matter, us 110 greater haim than we have Mrs. N, U. Pulkerson is visiting In had been appointed Pirst Lieutenant challenge before tho door of the tear from the eyes and laughter from act placing in tbe hands oi the parti done ourselves. lu the 47th U 3 V. Army. Mr. Bishop san friends of one patty and one man Republican for publication. South Carrollton. to hear blm. Herald to give its readers the bene- the soul. Go out I. II Richardson, The eyes ol the nation are upon the supreme control of the election Miss Alice Fnlkerson, Uquallty, is is a woitby young man aud a irallan t W. M. I.IKINS fit of its research. This was a lair W M.Addinoton, Com soldier. He will embark for Manila y machinery of the entire State? This the political contest now on ia A FALSE CHARGE. visiting Mrs Jjnitua Pulkcrson, W. B. Morton, proposition, a proposition at which If you are tired aud dull, can't get board thus deliberately packed, first by reason oi the unusual charMrs. Thomas Southard is vlnltlng soon whero he will measure lances Ceralvo, Ky., Aug, 19, 1899 no man could take oflense, but the rest, and have no appetite, take selected a secret try belonging tothe with Agulnaldo's subs. her daughter, Mrs. W. V. Morris; acter of the question at Issue. Those What christian denominations op- IJtrald as usual, when it gets into Hood's Sarsaparllla. It enriches and same party, and the devoted adherent A young lady ol Colorado after beMrs. Lizzie niackbnrnls vlaltlng In which political contests pose the elnctlon of the Goebel ticket? deep issues upon water, "possumed, swooned, vitalizes tbe blood la deceptive ol the same man, It then proceded ing elected to some office, ol trust, de- Evanavllle. are usually fought are at present Slucetbe Biptlst Asioclathns havo suited And fainted.' It acknowledges thousands i, Mr, Luslon Kimmel, who bas been 1 Tbe most expensive and palace to create 1 19 county boards, and with cided to get married and was puzz'ed don,t completely overshadowed by a popu- commenced to rebuke the entire its inability to cope with the existing like tomb in the U. S. Is that ol Jay ont a.lngle exception packed these 1 know bow she should sign her offi living In McIIenry for some time, has know It. If you want qntck, results lar demand for honest conveniens Goebeliztd ticket by pasitug resolu- facts by its silence. The Herald you can make too mistake 1y using with a partisan majority, ad- cial name Being unable to decide the movea nacK 10 mis vicinity, and fair elections, growiug out of the tions denouncing the manner and should venture not upon questions so G uld in tbe famous Woodlawn cem boards Dr. Kilmer's .Swamp-Root- , the cost $50,000. hering to the same party as the State matter bersell,sbe solicited the advice etery.Brooklyn, Miss mta Milner la visiting In Llv kidney remedy. At druggists great passage of the Goebel election law procedure in tbe Louisville woven tar beyond tbe reach ol its mental la fifty every of the Attorney General, Whereupon ermore. Is board. In many counties Senator William CUrk.of Montana, cent and dollar sizes. Sample bottles aud the outrageous Musio Hall con- tion, some jacklegs" who claim to be calllber. It is before the publio and having 'a tomb built lor himself tbe member ot the board belongs to one she was advised to sign her namo as The public school heie will beeln by mail ftee, also pamphlet telling ventions and honest elections are the christians, but ou their faces is writ-te- a does U dare defend its political cor cost ol which will exceed Jsy Gould's party. she did previous to her marriage, September the 4th, and at Hickory you how to find out If you have kid. ney trouble. Address, Kilmer ground work of Republican mitltu- Co,, bypocraoy, assume to say it is ruption! Does it cfars defend tbe in, by $ 100,000. Tbe connty boxrdi, la keeplnf with tUtipg that there wm o authority I Hill August 8th. LouIa, Blnghawtoa, N, Y. ' , rissircair. Sometime ago, about a score oi sturdy farmers met at a neighbors to assist in the prosecution of somo work which neighbors usually befriead each other in, and while resting thev ventured to exchange their opinions of the present campaign, as usual. Tho crowd was composed of Repub licans and Democrats in good standing and a few Populistic Bryanized Goebel. taught Democrats. A Republican opened the conversation by asking an soldier, what in his opinion would bo the result of the present campaign. Hit response was in favor of the Goebel ticket, as expected, but the Republic an took issue with the aged farmer and presumed to defend his stand. At this juncture a thoroughly Goebe- lized Populist interrupted the conver sation with these words: "The Re publicans won't get there if they should get a majority of the votes, for Goebel will count them out," The interposed with this in terrogatory. "Neighbor, do you believe that Goebel will attempt such a thing?" The neighbor's reply was: "I know it." In spite of this fact he declared that he would srpport Goe bel. first, last and all the time, In the absence of enlightment and civilization, in the absence of common sense and reason, in the absence of truth and Christianity alone, can man make use ot such language. We find no fault with any man for differ ing from us upon questions of importance, provided some logical reason can be tillered for his position. But when a man frankly admits the cf fraud, force and corruption and openly declares that he endorses and will support that state of affaire, we set the seal of ignorance, supersticion and folly upon bim. An intelligent man will make no such rash statements, no christrlan gentleman can afford to lead such a course and no man of principlo will allow party prejudice to become so riveted to his mind that he will even entertain such an idea. However it has been our displeasure to learn that many others have made use ot the same as. sertion. For those, who so desire to speak, we entertain the kindest respect, and insist that the word of the Master be placed upon the stand table for their benefit, and also that the e'ergy be sent to expound the trutliB to the lost. prev-ilence The following lines were written by Ira Cox, ao Ohio county Boldier In the Philippines, who was kilted August 12th, 1890, wnile In line of duty Mr. Cox was a son ol Mrs Ollvi Cox, a sister of Mr. W. II. Mauzy, ol this place: 5 It is a wonderous story, Spread it far and wide; And let your children's children Re echo It with pride. How General Halt, the fearless, His name Immoital made When be swept the Marila river. With bis lamous light brigade given violent drug Out make hint, for k time, unfit for bualneta and realty tick There is a way of avoiding both extremes that of neglecting tbe health and that of taking violent drugv that rack the entile ratcm it it alwava to keep on baud a bottle of Dr Pierced Colden Medical If a man wilt reaott to tbit great -medicine whenever he feela that he it out of tortt and threatened with Ulneta, he may keep in good health It it the great appetite ibarpener, blood maker and fleth-buildIt Gilt the arteriet with the rich, It red, tissue building blood of health doet not make flabby fat like cod liver oil, but the aolid, muscular and nerve tlttuet of hralth It doet not make corpulent people more corpulent ' I want to Inform you oft cure effected by tr riera't medicines," writes Mrs. Nelson Stnllh, of Mount Vernon. Jtfteraoa Co Itlt. "About tU years ago I had grip ending with bronchitis In tne spring "f rN6 my conand consumption dition became very serious I had consumption and 1 coughed dsy and night could not lie down at aU. Our fimlly doctor said I could not get wcIL The neighbors came In to see me die, snd Nlat Men do not like to go to doctor timet out of ten they wait until Uiejp are on their bck before they will UiiLfltt cotivilt plijrilclan There I tome reason in this, for when a btulncM nun teelt out of torti ami iroet to a pb jtlcitn, be li often 1 houses that baotllo leading lines possess way-F- goods , They must be right in every QUALITY-FOR OR I'MCES-F- OIl STYLE. That's nnother argument why it's to You get tho styles Iho your ml vantage to trade with us. best makes ol goods "worth-your-mone- y" the correct kind of merchandise. " always tbo best obtainable1 I'u Easy out one. Money-Savin- g Prices. will bo interestthrough- - The "between seasons" trado August- - ing in tbo many low prices prevailing It's an exceptionally want your we good shop- - see a lady friend recommended Dr Plerce'a medicines so strongly Ihst we Immedlstely sent out and bought sis bottles of his Golden aledical After Discovery and ParsTlte prescription using these medicines, found 1 was receiving when 1 I weighed 1 benefit and condoned commenced taklar medicines- - now weiah lis. I steep well, hare a splendid appetite feel welL. and believe I am entirely cured I am thankful to clod and to Dr Pierce fur those wooderful I want to add that I aua a wonder medicines. to tar neighbors and mends.' ping time We your visit will prove an agrccablo trade every with month you. and-dar- k in the year divide margins Special lino ot Fancy Dress Prints August values So per yard. Cambrics light Good Dress the partisan spirit manifested by the Legislature and State Board, In many instances so appointed the election officers as to deprive all but one par' ty of any voice or control in the elec tion aflairs. Often where tbe State a favorite with dressmakers yard 4c. Fine quality Selisias staplo colors yard 6c. Percallne light weight and firm yaid, 10c. here-come- CARSON $ CO., Hartford, Kentucky. $93,-494- 65-7- SAVE MONEY! 2, oonae 1 1 Prioes. THEO. E. RECTIN, taa.a. JmJs. dous-sum- publican-administrati- ' DaTtuilluKK 11 te ill-ti- An-gu- st Ken-luck- KIDNEY nvutJL.thavelt ,,, 1 NYU 'TWMIWfw11'! : "A Gentle Wind The r of Western Birth Dealers. & Company's GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE! Never in the history of our business have we made such tremendous reductions as wo are going to mako for the next 30 days. All Sttmmsr Tells no fattier story to humanity than the announcement that the health-give- r Hood's SarsaparSIa, and htaUh-bringe- r, tells of the bjrlh of an era of good health. 'It Is the one reliable specific for the cure of all blood, siotAach, and liver troubles. feot& SaUaiyWii Fair Mr. D. W. Klmmel, Ceralvo, was a pleasant caller yesterday. Field & Son have secured nn extra stable and now have ample room to accommodate all their customers. Tbe politest attention and the best of dents. feed for your horses. The Teachers ol Hartford College have arranged for a reunion ol the students and friends of the school, ou Friday evening Sept. 8th, 1899 This Is quite a new feature added to the sorlal department ol the school and all should attend. A nice program has been prepared lor the evening. The program is as follows: Quartette Dr. J. R. Pirtle.Mr. D. B Thomas, Misses Nola Iter and Sallle Cate. Opening Remarks T, J. Mor ton.Vocal Solo Miss Sallle Cate. Instrumental Solo Miss Lucy Wolcott Recitation Miss Grace Roll. Vocal Solo Miss Florence Morton. Instrumental Solo Miss Lucy Wolcott. Pantomlne, Recitation Miss Grace Roll. Everybody Invited, especially teachers and Hartford College stu. Blshop-Hocko-I TIME GROWING SHORT. HAIR TURNING Only a few more days left for our Closing-ou- t Summer Sale. Better values have been put in this sale and just as good chances now as ever, but not so many of them. They'll go last and you bemust here early for this sale. We have prep ared a special reduction in every departments the house. Supply yourself with Summer Goods NOW. Take auvantago of our cut prices: Wash Goods. i GRAY? What does your mirror sty? Does It tell you of some llnlo streaks of gray? Are you plcised? Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also? Just remember that gray hair never becomes darker vithout help, while dark hair m 'prniy Decomes gray wutn once the change begins. r. Weu Most Move and Move ai Qac?. PARASOLS. Children's Satin I'aruoli, sold for 60c, uow 38c. Ladies' White Silk Parasoli, told for 82.00, now 8 t.GO. Ladies' Fancy Parasols in Plaidi, 82.00, sold for 83.00. Ladies' Solid Blue and Red Para sols, 3 rows cbiflon, 82 25, sold (or 83 no. Dig line nice Sample 20 inch Urn oil regular price. brellas one-thi- rd Men's Shirts. One lot Fancy Percal Shirts. 2 col lars and 1 pair cuds, worth 76c, all sues, at Joe. One lot Men's Percal Shirts, collar and cuffs attached, worth 60u,now38o. Sample line Men's unlaundered Shirts, worth 81.00, your choice C9c. Men's Heavy Work Shirts, lull 3G inches long, 25c. Will include in this line one lot 26c neckwear at 10c Wash Goods. 32-in- Linen for Skirts, reduced Summer Clothing. One lot 76c Black Luster Coats 60c. One lot 81.25 nice quality Luster Coats 81.00. One lot 81.50 and 82.50 Luster Coats, choice 81.-- 5. Men's linen Pants, now 76c Choice lino Children's Wash Suits 60c, sold for 75c. All lightweight Woolen Suits to close at cost. 85.00 buys our 87.50 suits. to 8c. Fancy Stripe Linens, sold for 20c, cow 16c. Kersey Suiting for Skirts, worth 10o, now 8c Fine line Fancy Sheer Organdies 8c, sold for 10c Our nicest Organdies 10c. , Pretty Dimities, sold (or lCc.now 10. Wo Includo in this line one lot of ready-madSkirts, worth 81, at 69c. 32-in32-in- ch Besides these articles mentioned,we have Specials in every department to CLOSE OUT REGARDLESS of Former Price. Ask for a card and get one of our Beau- tiful Pictures. ilwTpinFFisS Fair & Co., Prop'rs JHartford Republican. FRIDAY. AUGUST S I Miss Gussle Woodward, Center town, Is visiting Miss Effie Render this week. n W. stilt lintr OBring on your chickens, egga Bd0rBtBd,e8 that Carson & Co. . feathers. than cost. we amalt nt latwtia nild doK for ,eM Carson & Co. - Judge Fleld'a 'bns meets all trains at is among the visiting attorneys at court this week. Beaver Dam. Good factory Cotton.one yard wide Mr. J. W, Fold went to Owensboro, Mr. Dire Davis, of near Cromwell, Wednesday. madeTnB RnriMUCAN office a pleas- McGufTey's spellers jo cts at J. II. ant call Tuesday. Williams. L. P. Little, ot Owensboro, ; at 4c at Carson & Co' a Judge Johnson, of Greenville, .. tending court this week " '- la -" ' i Mrs 1$ W. Ford and daughter and la quite Mrs. W. II. Moore are visiting In Fordivllle this week. Mr. Alex Greer, ofBeda, Is very MlssZtua Harnett, of Owensboro, sick with typhoid fever. is visiting her cousin, Miss Ben lab Hon. E. D. Guffy, Louisville, Is Harnett, ol near town. attending court this week. Wanted A good white cook to do Mr. James M. Pierce, of Roslne.was cooking and washing lor small famia pleasant caller Tuesday. tf ly. Apply at tbis office. Mr. Elmer Barnard, Beaver Dam, Mrs. Matilda Bennett, of Beda, died was a pleasant caller Monday. at her home Monday night of typhoid Mr. H. A. Slom, P.radlcc, Ky., flux. She had reached three score years and fifteen. was among our callers Tuesday, Mr. Henry Welnshelmer sick of stomach trouble. Mr. K. G. Barasa and Miss Malmee Mr. M.J. Hsuk, of Rockpoit, was L. Mitchell were quietly married in among onr calleta Wednesday. ; ; 'he Beaver Dam Baptist church Wed- I Fanning Implements of all kinds, nesday 83? p. m. for sale by Henry Field & Son. Messrs. E B. and Jo. B.Rogers and Mr. B G. Barrass, of Taylor Mines, I Dee Alford are assisting Supt Rogers was a pleasant caller Wednesday, Inerectlng his stable and other onti ' Mr. W. G, Duncan, of Louisville, bulldlngsthls week, was In town the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Casebler, re Royal, Fordsvllle, turned home Tuesday evening,ou the Assessor G. 'made us a pleasant call Wednesday. Scioto, altera week'a visit to relLouisville, atives In Henderson county. Col. C. M. Barnett, Spent a few days In town last week. Hagan, of Harry Roberts and Mr. J. H. Wood, Ceralvo, pleasant call Tuesdsy. has returned Mrs G. B. Likens from Louisville. Her health has been made us practically restored. at Mrs. fhomas Wilhoyte has return-e- d Irom a two week's visit to friends In Virginia. Do you want to buy goods cheap? if Yesterday evening In the city ol so, come at once. We want to make Louisville Lieutenant Oscar Bishop room for our fall goods which will and Miss Mabel Hccker, both of Hartsoon begin to arrive. ford, were quietly married. It is pre Carson & Co. umed that the young people went to Miss Mabel Klmbley, formerly of tbe city lor the novelty of the aflalr and not because of any objections, for n, Jlartford, but recently of South It was a mutual union. Lieutenant and Mr. Jas. Taylor, ot the same place, eloped to Carml, III,, and Bishop has been a citizen of Hartford tor sometime, where, by his manly were quietly married the 19th Inst. and courteous mien he has made Mrs. C. F. Scbapmlre accldently many friends. As Deputy Couuty fell last Sunday and sustained some Clerk under Mr. D. M. Hocker, he alight injuries. She has suffered quite was kind and obliging to the people, a little from the Injuries, but It is faithful and untiring in the perforhoped will soon recover and be out mance of his official duties. again. When hostilities broke out between We have just received a carload of the United States and Spain, he offer Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and ed his service to his country and was Drills of the best make to be had and made First Ltentenant Company D are prepared to save you money on 3d, Ry., Volunteeis. He performed alt kinds of machinery. Call and see his duties as a soldier and officer faithfully and fearlessly, winning for us before buying. Agents for the King of harvesting himself the friendship and love ol his fellow soldiers and the respect ol his machinery, Hbnrv Field & Son. officers. Since his efficiency and worth as an officer have been recogs The Austin House, Beaver Dam, nizedby the higher' officials he has changes hands soon. Mr. W. C received an appointment as First Smith, Morgantown, has purchased Lieutenant in the 47th U. S. V. Army In the Taythe hotel and hall interest andwill soon quit his native land to lor livery stable from Mr. F. O. Ausdobattle In the Philippines. tin. The consideration for said prop Miss Hocker is one of Hartford's erty about $6,500. It Is not known most esteemed and winsome young what business Mr. Austin will enter, ladies and well merits, the man ol her but he will evidently remain Idle but a choice. The bride was accompalned very short time. to the city by her father, Mr. D. M. Hartford is to have another mer Hocker, Wednesday evening. The chant In tbe person of Mr. C J groom in company with Mr. Jas. left Hartford yesterday mornRhoads, otMagan, Ky. Mr. Rhoades has purchased the property on Main ing destined for the aame place. The bridal party will return street, owned by Mrs. Carrie A. at noon. consideration $600 cash. As Tub Rrpubucan extends congratusoon as arrangements can be perfected lations and best wishes for a happy he will open a general store. Mr luture. Rhoads Is a hustling young business man and we welcome blm in our Administrator's Salo. midst. He will continue business at Magan In connection with Ills busiI will offer for sale Friday, Sept. 1, ness here. 1899, at the residence of C T. BarRough River Lodge Knights ot nard, deceased, 3 miles east ol Beaver Pythias ol Hartford wilt give a picnic Dam, and 1 mile "north of Liberty outing to tbe members of the lodge, church, the following described propfamilies and others who may be invit- erty: Honseh9ld Furniture, Books, ed, Saturday, September 2nd. The Maps, Farming Implements, consistprimary object ot the meeting Is that ing of Plows, Wagons, Mower.Rakes, the families ol the members shall be- Reaper and Cultivators; 45 acres ol come more intimately acquainted coin in the field, 4 acres of tobacco, 5 Extensive preparations have been stacks hay,3S head of bogs, 12 young made and all are anticipating the most steers, 3 milch cows, 1 fine bull, 3 enjoyabla time ol the season. Mutton head of good work horses. Rev. G, J Bean, Auctioneer. and burgout will be served. Trrms op Sap?. Amounts under $5, The ioltowing gentlemen have been cash. $5 and over, six months with appointed as delegates from Ohio approved security. county to tbe thirty-fourtannual 6 Elmer BARNARD.Adminlstrator. Sunday School convention of Kentucky which convenes In Louisville Taylor-Monro- o. the last three days of this m6nth: N. C. Danlel.F.J.. Felix.Fon Messrs. The 7th of September Is the day Rogen.B. D. Rlngo.E. W. Patterson, R. L. Barnes, T. J. Morton. A. S. set apart by two of Beaver Dam's Woraley Misses Emma Barnes, and prominent youug people for their nuptial ceremonies. On this day Mr. Anna Newton. Estls' Taylor and Miss Maude May Some parties on Green Rrver,togeth Monroe will be married at the home few of Hartford's business er with a of tbe bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. men are planing to put a new boat ou Felix Monroe. Both of the contracting Green river to run from Evansvllle to parties are excellent young people, Bowling Green, Ky., the intention of coming from the best families of the firm is to make this the fastest Beaver Dam. Since their acquaintransportation line between tbe two tance, about four years ago, their cities. If the project Is ego.IUrtford friendship has been of tbe most conwill have two boats per week, whereas genial nature ripening into heaven's she only has one. The Hartford richest blessing to bestowed upon packet, which now runs to Evansman. vllle and Rochester will only run to If their future be guided by the Llvermore, making connections with past their reward will be an earthly the main line. With a good water route paradUfi, The Rbpdbmcan enter-taito Evansvllle and an electric line to best wishes for their future. Beaver Dam or Mctlenry, Hartford would be an enterprising an d up.toi Commercial Hotot. date town. San-derlu- r Will-lam-ns Mirer's Inair I Vigor that heat melts snow, or that water quenches Are. It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff. It feeds and nourishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxuriant growth. It stops tbe hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair ss well. will bring back to your balr the color of youth. It never falls. It Is just as sure as We t.t e a book on tbe fltlr ftnd Sclp which 70U m.7 obtain fr.0 upOB reqn.it. It you do not obuln .11 the benefit. ml .xpcirii iruin u. u.v -- . Vigo., wni. in. wncujr .uou..i. ... . A " AUUIC.1i Lweil, MAlf. I Ladies Kid Shoo, rogular il goods; our price JJl-2- o per yard. 75c. Ono lot Corded Dimities, worth 7 2o ; our Ladies 1 1.50 Dongola Kid Shoes for (1.25. price, 4 Shoo, worth t2; our Extra fino ciistoui-tiiaFronch Organdies worth 35a; to closo at 15c and price (1.50. This lino in black and tan. 17 per yard. Our Queen lloe, regular (2.50 shoo; our prico Bedford Cord Suitings, rogular 15c goods, go at 2. llemembor, vo guarantee every pair of theso 8 ihoes to give satisfaction. Ono lino Dross Gingham worth 7 our price A full line of Misses' and Children's Shoos at 5o. prices to suit the tinios. Apron Gingham at 4 lr2c, 5o and Oc. Thosr aro spucial values. Heavy Shirtings go in this solo at 41 -- 4c, 5c Our big Clothing Sale is stjll going on. As we 0 2o and 7o. Theso goods aro worth 25 por cent iaVo said before, wo do not believe in carrying , moro money. itock from ono season to another, therefore the taita cuts deop in this line. Let us show theso to Gobd wido fanoy Table Linen, wortl fyou. Mon's Tow Linon Suits, regular (5 grade; must 35c; our prico25c. Extra nico fancy Table Linen, worth 05o; sal ;o at (1.89. price 49c. Boy's Linen Suits, (1.75 quality; to close at (1.2D. Men's Suits, (3.50 goods; our price while they Special values in other grades, from 15o to 05 per yard. ast, (2.48. MenVfanoy Cassimere Suits, worth (5, to cIoho Jtibt received a full lino of fall Shirts all nev .t (2.98. fall stylos. ,. Special values in butter grades (4.08, (5.50, Just received the biggost line of Neckwear 10.50 and (7.50, on up to (15.00 per suit. Theso over opened up in Hartford. You ought to set and guaranteed to letter goods aro all tailor-ma- de this line. 'it and give satisfaction. 2c. do l-- 2o l-- 3o. l-- Ono lot of Scotch Lawns, worth 5c; closing prico, Ladies' Shoes. Clothing. l-- Table Linens and Bed Spreads 00-in- cli tha-wa- s Ml Ten-fo- ur White Bed Spreads. 10-- 4 whito Spread, would be cheap at 75o heavier loss sustained by those who were nearest and drearest to him. We recognized in him a true and faithful worker in our Sunday School, and we are desirous of testifying In respect for hlsmemory and expressing our earnest sympathy with the household deprived ol Its early treas, ure. We tenderly condole with the fam lly and relatives ul our deceased mem- -' ber In their hour of trial and sad our prico 00c. Extra quality at 85c, Eleven-four Domestics, Etc. Good yard. yard-wi- de regular l bleached Cotton, 43-4- o por Spreads go no fino white Spread, worth $1.35; , Yard-wi- de soft finished bleached Cotton, would l-- 4o. affliction.. In our natural sorrow for the loss of one true member we feel consoled la tbe belief that it Is well with him for whom we mourn. When musing on companions gone. We doubly feel ourselves alone." P. L. Wood, Com. 1 m i Witnesses and visitors at Circuit Court will bring their watches and clocks to A. E. Pate, the Jeweler, to have them repaired. The best work and lowest prices guaranteed. Wise Jurors, SSS''SlSSSr'S HfV''.'.''Vwe expect to do for you this fall, is found Whisperings of what in the prices in this bargain sale. , por yard. Cottonade, lOo Extra heavy "Wo have already won for ourselves the name ol per yard. New York Camlet Jeans, lOo per yard. having the best and most complete stock of Shoes ever opened up in Hartford, Men's heavy tap-so-le Drogan Shoos, worth everyI where 11.25; our prico (1.10. hand-ma- de Men's heavy Shoos, would Call and our lino of now Fall Hats. be cheap at (1.50; our price (1.2:5. Men's half-fi- ne Shoes go at (1 pair. AVo want evorybody who likes to look at fino Shoos, to ask to see our lino and get price on our If you want something to bold feathers, we will nice, footwear. sell you tho goods at 15o per yard and guarantee it. prico now $1. Hotter goods oo cheap Ten-quar- ter at 8 l-- 3c; at the salno low prices. our price 0 Sheeting, regular' 20o goods, 15o od Shoes. double-and-twist- Hats! Hats full-sto- ck Bed Ticking. ate A Remember the Place: "CircumstancosallorCasos." In cases of dyspepsia, nervousness, catarrh, rheumatism, eruptions, etc., the circumstances may be altered by purifying and enriching the blood Good apwith Hood's Sarsaparllla. petite and good digestion, Btrong nerves and perfect health take the place of these diseases. Hood's Is America's Greatest Med Iclne and the best that money can RTCOLLINSHARTFORD visited his parents here Sunday, Mr. Charlie Cbllds enlivened our little town by his presence last Sunday. MlssAgness Cbllds, of this place, is visiting at Providence this week. The good people of Horton were greatly surprised Sunday night on the arrival of Bachelder's ahow by which they were agreeably entertained Monday and Tuesday nights. RRx. WE WANT TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION Chil- buy. Hood's Pills cure biliousness, sick headache. To the fact that we have now on hand a large and well selected stock of Two Largo Schools. Indies', Men's i$p Aisses Shoes, en's, Soys' andl 1 . .P3 town, was among onr callers day. ' -Miss Prudle Gentry, of near Pren lck with typhoid . tls, Is dangerously fever. Thomas and children . - .Mrs. J. H. ,ty Onlnno-- I t.alu- .i are visiting iciaurca -- John Miss Nora Martin. Fordsvllle, Is Owensboro fussed through Hartford I visiting the family of Jo. B, Vlckers. Tuesday enroute to Mammoth Cave 'Tne youug men were traveling ny 77. Am SherlOandMrs.3. T.Stevens vis. tandem. ited Mr 8. L. Stevens.family Sunday. ' Mr. S, M. Taylor, one ot the foreMr. George Snell of near, Center- - most colored teachers of Ohio county, Tues1 left yesterday for Slmpsonvllle, Shelby county, where he will begin school August, 28 .,..., Spring. Mrs. E. P. Neal and Mrs. Bertie Keown, attended the Baptist Asocia tlon, at Morgantown the first of the week, T Jndge'V? H, Yost.of Greenville, Is among the Visiting attorneys this week. Miss Rose Paxton and nephew, Master Talniage Rogers, Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. Jo B Rogers, Beaver . . . D,m yiguj M Mdalenfe Rogers, 'Wednesday. n of Milne, sent In h,g Teglnttjpn M Congressman from the First Maine district to uov. van era Tuesday, tbe resignation was ac ccpted and takes effect Sept. 4, 1899 .,,,.,, nl. We received the sad news Wednes day from Leitch Geld of the death of little Lubble Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowe, Hartford. Lit tle Lubble was born May 5th, 1898, at Hartford alid died In LeltchCeld, Aug ust 23d, 1899. The fifteen months and eighteen days of her earthly abode were, for the most part, attended with HI health, nevertheless she ws the joy, the comfort and the blessing of a happy home Reallxlng tbe condl tlon of the child's health, and desir ing to be wltb their parents, tbe grjel stricken parents removed the calld to Lcitchfield about two weeks ago where she remained In care of Dr. Conklln until her death. She was burled In tbe Barton cemetery at Wednesday afternoon. Lcitchfield While tbe parents have sustained an Irreparable loss, heaven has been enriched by the addition ol another jew. el. The Retouucan together with the many friends of the family, extend sympathy to the bereaved par ents. Stop at the Commercial Hotel during Circuit Court. Cool, tidy rooms. The very best day. Special nesses by tbe W. to cat. Rates $1.00 per rates to jurora'and witweek. B. DqIIavbn, Frop'r. Obituary. Through tbe operation of nature's law established by an Infinite Ptpvl-deuc- e our ranks have been broken by tbe death of one of our most worthy members, who was born January 21st, 1854 The Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College of Bowling Green, Ky,, are meeting with phenominal success. The Normal and Business College are two seperate schools under the same management, but under seperate charters. Tbe schools have widened their Influence and extended their patronage until most every State in the union is represented. The enrollment during the past year went beyond tbe most sanguine expectation of tbe management of the schools. , The people ot Bowling Green luve taken special interest in the schools which have become the pride of the city. The citizens are backing the Institutions with money and Influence, and have just recently raised a large amount of money to be used In the erection of a magnificent new college bnlldlug with modern equipments, and new a brick boarding home. They offer these buildings without rent and indebtedness to the management of the fchools. All parties who contemplate entering a" Normal or Business College should write II. H. Cherry, General Manager, for Information before en. terinir. elsewhere. dren's Qloihing. Subscribe for tho Republican only As we do not wish to carry any of these wo are rather over$1 por year. The best Goods over, in fact we will for the paper published in stocked, NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER Ohio county, And e;ivo you good Bargains in the above mentioned lines. We mean business and La Grippe, need of theso goods it will pay Htart Dl.out. Cured bf if you are in you to come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is new and in every respect. I Followed by OR, MILES' HEART OURE. up-to-da- te S Levy & Co., Beda, Ky. HENRY FIELD & SON. ABR RUNNINO A TRANSFER LINE cl WlnUnet, Iowa, or and tnanufactnrer MB,BhulU'BifetrWMfiUtrt CbapUoc O. O. B1IULT8, j, teMt. For Wagons, Buggies and general Horseshoeing, etc, Blacksmltblng, on Mctlenry Manufacturing and L. Steyens, ofnearCrom- - call Mra.8. Machine Co. They will make you ll. la tiulte tick wua prosc-- ai "W"T pfljtoiuitthMnn . - KY, We feel the loss we have sustained by the death of one friend and mems Mr. G, B. Thompson, who has been ber of this Sunday school, Vlrgel D. fever for the Fulkerson.who departed this life Aug. Very sick with typhoid past few weeks, is rapidly Improving ust 2, 1899 and know ol tbe still and will soon be able to attend to business again. Mrs. Mary Aahby has nearly recovered. Missis Smith and Wright are both ou tbe sick list. The school xt this place began AutaJdnfcT Scott's EmoUlon because It's warm weather. gust 7th .with a good attendance. Xccp taking it until you are The Ilortoo. Union Society Is on the Bank Stock foe Sale. cured. Increase and report a good meeting It wlUheal your lungs an4 Friday night, August u. I will at administrator's sale, Sep olvf vnu rich blood in sum tember 1st, sell at public auction Mr. Will Williams, ot Beaver Dam, mer as in winter. If cod three shares lu Bank of Hartford and made a flying trip to this place last liver oil made easy. In Beaver Dam Rank. one share Tuesday, SOt. ELMRK UARNARD, $!. AUdraitUlt. Administrator, Mr. Henry Mattln, of Taylor Mines, hortonI Don't Stop wrltMof Or.UllM'IIeattOnr. "Two yean o an attack of LaQrtppe bft me with a weak heart. I tad ran down In fleah to mere .kin aid boo. J.coul4notalepljtii down (or imotlieruif iptll frequent abarp dartlnf pain and palpltailoD eanaed a eou-la- nt raar of inddaa death, notblnf could Induct la to remain, away from horn OTr nUbL Mr local ptj.iclan preacriUd Dr. MlleV Heart Cure and In a faw dayt I abla to aloep wall and Uia pain si loallr leut nod, and finally ceattd. reduced tha tha doaaa. harlot s alaad flf teaa pounds, and am now foaling batur In awy way thaa I ha to for yaara," Pr. Mllea Bamadle are sold by all dmj-U- t under a poattlr (uaraatae, flrt botlla benefit or money refunded. Dook on dl eaaea of tho heart and nerrta Irea. Addraaa, PU.allUa MEDICAL 00, HUBMt,la4. To and from Beaver Dam. A nico Now OMNIBUS will meet all songor trains at Jieaver Dam. DICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HOUSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE pas- - SIDE u t They also keep a first- - class Livery and Feed stable. Leavo your ordor at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Stroota, Hartford. All ordors promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted their euro will have especial attention. ftlSU? SOK. rop'rs. f ThvS. HM J 'I :its K t: I Ring In the new Mng out the false King in the true " We brins to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway ' Ring out tho old DR. BELL'S ISfell Stf .&V Pine -T- ar-Honey Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Giro for coughs, col Js and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus Is cut out ; the cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thera Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD DV ALL GOOD DRUGQI8TS aan.4 .. f JiftftAAWPABfi ssianj IMITIDD auy rvoieuy equal to lrt itrli ltm int. Honey, it ftirm Quirk 1011 irmnentirjkf In mip m wi roach and colds. It runic WMk I nova itrons. Mn, IX. A, MetoUfe, Til Bottloa Only. 25o., SOo. and $1.00 .,, be sure: you Dr. Bill's Pinc-Tar-Honey get Slit! rraucvuikr For Salo by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young, woman who would win cheek, success in life This being conceded, it Is of first importance to get yout tie cried, "Oh, tell me, why don't training at the iwliool that stands In the very front nink. you speak?" THE BRYANT &STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUIMVII.I.K, Ki:.vriTt'iY.j nd the Widen said, with impatient BOOK- - KEEPING, Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in sight. his line. Graduates of this college prelerred by bus! SHORTHAND. J TELEGRAPHY, ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tes- "Not now; let's wait till the clouds roll by!" Tom Mason, in Life. timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 United States it will be mailed to you FREE. A Business dalealion CEN rRAL GROVE, KY. It Includes many truest Democrats In Kentucky. They believe that Goebel Rain)and hot weather are the orders FRIDAY, AUGUST as secured his nomination by unscrupu- ot the day, and crops are looking well. Mr. Will Miller is on the sick list lous methods. He Is the author of an Whon Words Fallod. election taw passed by the last legls at this writing Miss Ernie Dempsey, of Rockport, Side by side In the moon's pale light lature which puts the naming ot the election officers in every precinct and spent n few days in this vicinity f wo figures sat in the early night. the counting ol the votes in the bands recently. One was a man who was half afraid, We are told there Is going to be a of a partisan commission controlled The other a timid, shrinking maid. by blm. This commission has the wedding in this community before a A friendly cloud came over the sky, power to issue certificates of election, great while; we wonder who it is. And the man grew bold as It caught and from its decision no appeal can Miss Annie Axton, ol 0Vcnsboro his eye. is visiting the family of Mr. B P. be taken, even to the courts. There are other reasons for the bit Berrytnan, Ele reached an arm and lie turned his Rev R. W. Danka will preach at terness against Goebtl He shot and face. And kissed that maid In the proper killed Bankeajohn Sanford ofCov the Central Grove Baptist church next ingtoh, an ex confederate soldier, at Sunday at It o'clock a. m. place. Death has again visited our neigh, ter provoking an attack by a scanda And all was silent except for this: lous r espaper assault on Sanlord borhood and claimed fnr Its own Mr. The lonely echo oj that one kiss. blch it is alleged Goebel inspired, Albert Oglesby, He had been sick She may have blushed or she may II he did not wtltc. The former com for some time, but was thought to be have not; ades ol the dead banker, who include orne better until a o'clock on Tuesday mom Ing, August 8th, the She silently sat in that self made thousands of the leading Democrats, dark angel of.death spread 1U wings spot ill relusr to support Goebel. 'er him and his soul was Outside ol Goebel the nominations gently away to that land where sin vVhlle the man no syllable spoke lor the other State office are excel nor death can never enter. Central aloud, Grove has lost oneof Its most enter lut waited and gatched fir another ent. Uoder ordinary conditions the prising young men. He leaves a ticket would win easily. It is pecull wife-aa hutt of Iriends to mouri cloud. irly un. rtunate that ambition ol an his death. The cloud soon came, and another, unworthy, scheming politician, should .Mrs. Florence Williams, of Central too, threaten disaster to the Kentucky City, Is visiting friends In this com nd he did what any man would do Democracy In the year prcceedlng a muulty this week. Miss Owens of McLean county, (s nd still that maiden, who scarcely presidential contest. New York Jour visiting Mrs.Sallie McKerman. aal. The candy brraklng which was stirred, lven at Mr, Dale Ash by 'a last Saturfust sat and uttered no single word. begins to dawn upon us, and day night was enjoyed by all who It Uutil.'as he gave her one on the Doubtless upon a great many ot his were present. partlcucar faction. ol the ablest and Hartford Republican. Dempsey, H. 8, Irwin, Samuel Jb Drown. Secretary CONMtESMONAt.. Rctmtors Hon. W (Ilium 0. Ltuil-naHon. W. J, Dehoe. Hepresentatlve Fourth District Hon. D. II. Smith. STATE LKdISr.ATUIIK. y, 1 1 8enator R. Hon. T. G.Turner. Representative Olfio County .Hon. Til 0. Jarnagiu. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owbns-- . boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Owonsboro. T. H. Black, Jailor-- -- Hartforu 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. J Itownn Hulhrook, Master Commit-- , ionei Hartford. G. B Likens, TrustcoJury Fund BherifT Hartford. Deputies D. M. Hooker, T. II. Beo-toIt. B Martin and W. II. Tintley. Court convenes first Monday in March aud August and continues three weeks, aud third Monday in .May and November two weeks. n, Hartiotd. 8. T. Stevens 1 'fe-Sgf- t JrSV COUNTY COURT. .las. P. Miller, Judge; Hartlord. Hartlord. M. 8. Hagland.Clerk M, L, Hcnvrin.Attiirney-Hartfon- l, Court convenes first Monday In each month. QUARTERLY COURT. Begin, on tho second Monday each month. COURT OP CLAIMS. In It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day in a Cotton Deli Parlor Cafo Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated In a .Urge revolving arm chslr with plenty of space around you, you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as you plcssc. 11 you arc a smoker you will enjoy the Urge smoking room with lis arm chairs and 'couch. The ladle will delight In the' splendid ladles' lounging room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and its roomy dressing at any hour You can hue your meals In this room adjoining. you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long Is you please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. ThCottonrwllllhillrrt Hi to Triaa lis trains run thronchfrnraCalro st Its hanre !lmt Oklahoma am snl M.mHila toTois without lojlan TorrlUirr, ronnrctlous anl roads West. tb. far JviDf tlont for all nana of Tolas, Writs and tlf us wherajrou Srs tolns snil when you will Icarr. sml wa wtll tell yon w!.at your tlrkst will root, whlrh tralrj to UVo to mat th. t Km athl you sn Intr reallnf llttl. botikW t. "i til' 10 riliS." eoanrctlons, antl will cr ? fi tisrt9rmr-wr99ir-wra'rrm'rra- Tho Monaco of Goobollsm and Mr. Bryan's Mistake. When Mr. Bryan reaches Kentucky to speak for Mr. Goebel he will find a very curious state ol aOairs. His object will be to unite the Democracy in the interests ol the Chicago platform But he will find that the division ex isting is not over the Chicago plat firm, The Democrats who are resisting Mr, Goebel are silver men, and ex Govern or Brown, who has consented to lead them, has always been a silver man Mr. Goebel, on the other hand, is a recent convert from the gold cause, ind none to sincere, as his opponents believe. Mr. Bryan expresses solicitude for the safety of Mr. Blackburn. But Mr. Blackburn is in no danger except from his alliance with Mr. Goebel. He is ihe most popular man In the State, ind no effort was necessary to secure indorsement of blm for senator by the Democratic couvention. Some of his Iriends are grieved at bis present at titude, and are of the opinion that he is unwise to trust Mr. Goebel. Silver Is not the trouble there. The Democracy is divided over the man ner of Mr. Goebel's nomination and over the election law which bears bis name. His nomination, his oppon ents declare, was secured by force and fraud. Many ol bis supporters, even, do not dispute the charge. Mr. Wat terson simply insists tkat Mr. Goebel played the same game In the convention that his rivals were trying to play, and was the "smarter" of the three. And as to the Goebel election law Mr. Watterson has declared: "It is sale to say that the annals of free government will be songht in vain for anjthlng approaching it In shameless effrontery or unconcealed delormity. The records of reconstruct ion furnish nothing to compare with it. The Brownlow despotism In Tennessee was considered tolerably reck less and tolerably thorough In its day, but the Brownlow despotism at its worst ventured upon m thing so boldly, wholly bad as this," So that In speaking of Mr Goebel Mr Bryan must practically indorse both the manner of the lortner's nom tnatiori and the election bill. Is he prepared to do that? He can not, like Mr. Watterson, indorse Mr, Goebel and repudiate ad ot his works. Mr Watterson is at home and takes liber ties with bis own vine and Gg tiee Besides, be is bard pressed in this race, and has been absolved from giving reasons for anything But Mr Bryan, as a visitor, must, if possible, be logical, Can he, who.se own nifth oils have so far been above question. nfliiid to Indorse those of a sort so radically d ffcrent? Hut the strangest feature, of all will he the aopeirance of Mr, Bran and Mr Wxtterron on the same side, fliey ( ughtlortump the State togeth e. They would undoubtedly prove great drawing card, although the crowds might be more amused than Mr. convinced by the combination, VVatteison, while glsd.to hear that Mr Bryan Is coming to Mr. G'tebel's id Is still agiinstMr. Bryan. He calls lor Mr. Goebel's election in one column and for a new leader and a new plalf'trm 'or the nMinnal Denioc rcj In the other. But this, of course, would not prevent him (rum giving Iht Ntbiaskan a cordial welcome to lie State and helping him "whoop up the boys " The Kentucky people haven keen cense ol humor, and a ' Bryan and Wattersoi sp'dal," roll ing over the State, would distribute a good deal of bilatity, Washington Star, 1 The Smith Premier Typewriter ...Is the... Economical Writing Machine. 9 ConstractcJ on scientific principles ind of simple ptrts. It Is the most durable midline mode. Repair Mils ire reduce J to I GIADlOIQPCAIiNlT lUfiDKl JtWIKO bKKATftSr DAUUA11 IUU me minimum. It Is Jie Best Value Writer. Ask for Art Catalogue. v Smith Premier Typewriter Company, 421 Walnut St. . 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IMII.MN New Orleans IN- ,I.MI I'opnlnr llimtn "Gained II Poukds In 15 Days." Said Hon. W. W. Klnlock, editorially In his paper, Christian County Republican, Ozark, Mo.: "I took two boxes a year ago, It destroyed deslrefor tobacco, and I gained It pounds In 15 'rr..vN, .iii:.h NewOrleaus. days. This Is not a paid notice, but our experience given In hopes many other poor tobacco slaves may take NO and be freed." A natural easy Take way to quit tobacco-usin.NO-TO-BAC- .A Tho Truo Wintor Rqiuo to California. No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Blockades. For particulars write to J. R. Mollis, Traveling Passenger Agent for C. It. R , Louisvillo, Ky. Also ask him to fend yon a copy of tho Southern Home Seekers' Guide, which is replete with interesting information ronoprning tho Southern territory. It will he mailed t'lynu free. On the first anil third Tuesdays ot each month HoraeSeekers tickets aro sold to Southern and Southwestern points at Special Low Rates, gord to days from return within twenty-onr ardate of sale. Liberal rangements. stop-ove- We tell tho truth aboul NO- torit It fails to cure, you gel your money back. Just try a single box. It Mill work wonders; make you happy in moro ways than one. No excuse becauso ol lack ot fallh, (or you can buy under your own NSgt? DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. under ubsolulo Ruaranleo to cum o cry arm of tobacco uilcc Our writ ten Kuuruntce. f rco sample ol mid booklet called, "Don't Tobacco Spit and Bmolio Your I.lfo Away.' mulled tor tlio ncking. THKb'mtMNCJ JtKMI.IlY CO, Chicago, Momroal, Can., Now York. 73 Erery druggist Is authorized to sell followers and disciples for good taste knows no divisions ol politics or teography that Hon. William J Bryan is putting needless strain upou the devotion and respect of the Demo cratic patty at large. Of course the Pot has always' advocated a government by party as the only system possible nnder our Insti tutions, and has Insisted that the rule of the majority applies as absolutely to the smallest subdivision of State or county as to the country at large. Prom this point ol view we have ever party leader on the list Gorman, Quay, Hoar, even Lodge- -as entitled to the supremacy he may have won within the strict lines ol When the Cleve party discipline. land worshipers in 1896 bolted the Chicago ticket and set themselves np as superior beings we treated them, Irom Cleveland himself down to and Bourke Cochran, as so many renegades and humbugs disguised as prigs. We speak for no political or- ganizttion. Our chosen part is to take administrations as they come, and treat them by the standard of Hence usefulness. their public when we say that Mr. Bryan is blundering sadly are speak for no party or fiction, but in the interest of truth and common sense. Mr. Bryan blunders in going to Kentucky to take part in a purely in testlnal quarrel among Democrats. The people who oppose Goebel are On not Bryan's doubtful supporters the contrary. Goebel's most consplc uous advocates are Democrats of the Henry Watterson type men who, in 1896, damned Bryan with faint praise if not with open enmity. Certainly Watterson himself was prominent in the ranks ot Democratic detection. He bubbled over with somewhat tawdry epigrams and aphorisms, and, toward the last, became practically He choked with maudlin sentiment addressed the American Democracy Irom the summit ol Mont Blance. and contributed to the mountain streams of Switzerland the freshets ol his tears. There is no reason why Urjan shonld descend from the eminence he occu pies and mingle with the warring fac tlons Kentucky. Even though there were au excuse tor his intervention at all, he should be on the side of those who fought and voted for him three years ago. But there Is no excuse of any kind. The Democrats of Kentucky are the men to say whether Goebel represents the majority in the party and they have not so tar made their convictions clear. Mr, Bryan is imperiling his leader hhip by such questionable offices He should bear in mind the fact that no party leader can survive the loss of bis party's respect and confidence. Washington Pott. ed By-nu- m Convenes first Monday in January, Mr. A I. Williams aud son, Dee and Tuesday after the secJuil Monday went to Evausvllle several days ago in October in a raft. OTHISR COUNTY OFF1CKKS. Mr. Henry Bishop has moved Into N. Moxley, Surveyor. ur neighborhood. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Mr. Berrytnan says there la some Fon Rogers, School Supt. kind ot an Insect bothering his water melons, but says he thinks its a L. W. Hunt, Coroners Sulphui Springs. Miller." Poorhouw Best wishes to the Rkpoiilican. 0. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. I. W. IslunLCrsl hu'r ail TIL Alt, ST. LOUIS, MO. r.l.lcfjMtl.tiiT.riu'fUL. Ill talnsll SilUlsl, lKUniU, IT. (tsi .' T. A. Evans Court will be heir t'UI.D IH O.Ni; DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab at "Fordaville on March 1st, June 1st, i ts. All druggists refund money if September 1st and December 18th. B. F. Graves Court will bo held it fails to cure 35c. The genuine has L B Q on each tablet. tt at Bulord on March 30, June 2'J, September 28 aud December 21. S. J. Weller Court will be held To Sunday School Superinat Sulphur Spring, on March 28,June tendents. 27, September 2(i and December 23. H B. Taylor Court will bo held Ohio county, through her President it Croruwe'l on March 1, June 10, and delegate at State Convention last September 2 and December 0. year, pledged $25.00 for State work. will bo held" at W. A ll'WB-C- ourt This Is a very small and reasonable Centertnnn on February 13, May 29, August 28 aud November 1. amount for Ohio county with her odd CITY DIRECTORY. Sunday Schools. SuperintenW. II. Barnes, Judge. dents are urged to take up a special J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. collection before Augnst 27th and reTOWN TRUSTEES. mit to the undersigned at Beaver Dam S. K. Cox, Cb'm'n. Ten cents for each teacher and officer, 1. A. Thomas, Treasurer, jno. E Bean, Scc'y. two cents foreacb pupil is the adopted A. D. White. assessment. Please be prompt. Also Preston Morton Post No. 4. G.'A. et ready to send a delegate to the R. hold their regular meeting SaturW. Frrd Long. State Convention. day before the first Sunday in each at I o'clock The snotbing and healing proper- month in Court HaltCakson, Com,'p. W A. ties ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, m. John C Chamberlain, Adjt. it is pleasant taste and prompt and ind permanent cures, have made it a great favorite with the people every where. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin m tt Bro. t'UliE A forty-- justices' courts. " '' ' Li M ' OusraateaU tobacco habit core, makes vealr. men Strom, blood pure, toe, II. All oruegtsu. tor Firty Cants. GRIM .""uHtf;, LSI A housekeeper living; in Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania, hacLa severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but" after using about" one 'dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans1 Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. 1U.I.W a liMUri miVoaZa t f t. flrwalon.MOai ubafe)a b. a4 br mall br Modlna Tisciaal will mu to lb. iuraaa Caaaicu. OoaraaT, Wo. MSpra. Sir., K.w Tors -- .r a atoat. U.MBI itb taaosaa aaa aJaa b. bad f araoara. fwaarai saaraaMeara, avi aMta aaj at lfc,at aaana aa4 M..U. wKuans bars aa.a. la.wM7t.i.tT4aoatahrJiif naarranTisTualaara?-raartarvnbiatslar)UuwfnHl.ata.- s. uMmt ran. hrlh.K.rll.muaml fi,. Attention Old Soldlors. Preston Morton Post No. 4 G. A. R. received an invitation to attend a reunion at LynnvlUe, Ind., August jo, 31, and Sept. 1st, 70 miles from here. All comrades who intend to go will report Saturday, August 19th, at Carson Bros' store to make arrangements to attend. All the Cuban soldiers are also invited. We intend to go by land in wagons.and camp out, each Is to bringa blanket along, everything Is free alter we get there, In the eating line, the camp kettle and canteens will be furnished by the Quarter Master. A ffirisWi &?FAT wmtHm n uJaK uiujMUUior ratwir at rautuf r u. n. rrUfM S.M4aairr.a .a. .aasbM II a VtlcllI aa airaiinria, ioiL to muiu iifc.oaa-- 4 TKI aUHIIST IAISAIN tOOUU WW, TiiiTrriLiw.Mw MJ U.tr.1,.. OUR SPECIAL PK.CS33B.gQ, aaaaBaaa. . Wit Onltrfid frtlffM thtrgl. UK Ul WEMAKETHIST0PBUCUV..' iBJKtrr aUtai SEND ONE DOLLAR 1M aUUa. err this an OVTaaJ slain.alias, t at kiM,.. ..,aa4trra.ll aau tfHsafaHB C3 - la binua tusi from tb. bail Saoi,l Wvud. orlwa. Ito.t Iliaaaur rtaud. Baa Sfrt.fi, aa Illustrated, auaa.rs put mm&T TASTELESS mLr. Sla.ua Tnal alwa. Can Sluabar. WbMla, T.a, St aiBM, Ia4!y IllahOrada brnwad Rita aarrra't ktuLL.rll.arll, llwrf rail alii, and bafk eurtalaa. ralaltM.ltuaran. taad inal to anr Siao SO busty work, Ikwlr black. (Iar dark sreaa l'CIl)ICt'""r'Mlf',,M- - U. a. eano willlaat Inrlh daa aV..rVn..aalt.niirma.4,baru. GlltltaTll.TWSJItIS trait. .'.II a Mediae. a.4 Uti ramus ma YOU MN UKt"SM0OO This Vsar n.ninr ovn r, wuira roa rasa aiour rtuuwtc. S30.HO YOU CAN SKLL, IT KOU $80.00. DON T DKLAV SUOOIava. OTIDSR OHI 'OTth2?ir. Stylo For 10'JB. bhnMillllllul Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. 93 Li Mothor Tolls HowShoSavod Hor Llttlo Daughter's Lifo. Bismarck's Iron Nervo Was the result 10I his splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, useDr King's New Lite Pills. They devrllnp every power of brain and body. Onl sc at J. II . Williams' drug store. PAQPADt7TQnDdr ctthartlo cars mdiUpsuod. unly joa 9 . MHWiVWiVwiWWiWir,viWWiViVAir IHAJLLdial MAGAZINE1 s ;- A FREfi PATTERN (your own election) la ererj mb- - S . Kribr. Oulr So ceau a year m. w Ekrr v .! A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., ClIIOAIIO, Ju.ivnis. W. A. Kellond, A. G. P. A., Louiivillc, Ky. A UDIES' MA0AZINE. wi L gmM 3: I !i i S A tfm baull(ul colored fIattf littil ' 2 la7iKn; Urmakiii4e. on Jtmei g ork, hvuuhuMbiiiia, fintun, f tc t'n.f ' hub- ;. - aenba to day, or, enil jc (or Uuvi copy S; again wanted oendlerutata. S; i The i Southern CI Railway. - StjrlUb, Reliable. Simple, dale, Kcmiomical aud Abwilutclj IV rlcct - It tin raUcraa. Thrudgk (a riilncU, VliKliilH.iiiilitHiollllll, AlltlHlllrt, Hllll fit BiU Siutlun: Statu irih 6463 Miles Jlll'.llll. Hriilluii, (Ji'irKli, Drtwteu I oulsvillenn 1 Lexington Observation Ctiutr Cars. Train1 Ichvp rnd ar Thite Dily Trains OIUaf Iia Patterks m? y IW ttflr IYS .'ht X& B V BAZAR. I I ) rlvel.oulsvlllefrotnScvenih Stiert Union Depot with trains of the Illinois Central Railroad mid I, II &St I, Railway. l'or Information, Aitdrrsa a. WMoe, P. J; n. lo and ct. Sold in nculy A.k for cily ;5 O.I?town,lkuor mail fiom mi lfr s!! to.! or 3 THB McCALL CO., nisi Mm i, nw rsn. s; S ..ch-Aojr -io Patterns.) YOU r. LOSE .. CIIIIMICAI, CO.. 1 1. .. 215 4trt 111, Louisville. na.ii. ujiH, aishuii u. r a., iouisihio, yj j.ii.iri.i', rrwl tl'n'r. ASUIMJION,ll ,.t.iiiiii; (Irri.l'n.aAkTI (', J wh.n AaP.kri. lh. ) SMlvo u.rl It's ntvr nut n iitilstin by null r.tli Driifstiii or loo. kll boi. CIA.NT im t:3$SABJiJ$d t Clicrry "t., I'hlla. Wanted-- An Idea SlgSS K.lur.esVour lluwsls Willi CuicarrU. Csndy l"iuirilc. curs coiutlpolloo lorarer. I9c,t0c JIC.aO,tll.(lruMUlrt(uii(lBWii(y. The nomination o Villlum Goebel tor Governor threatens to turn Ken-- , lucky over to the Republicans In Na veuiber. Prominent Democrats have called a meeting to protest the man ner In which he controlled the Stale convention and to.devlse ways and means to defeat him. Tho revolt U not confined to any fast double dally service to St Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville en ables one to teach quickly aud com, fottabty the mountain resorts of VI r ginia, the White Mountains and Sea-fiof New England, the Thousand Hands, the lake and forest resorts of Michigan, Wisconsin aud Mlnncota, the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Yellowstone Park or the resorts ol Colo' Til a llaal l'rrarjrllluu far Cllllla rado. Half RatoB to Texas. and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s Tickets and full Information as to SEND US Htssm ritfyffrSfmsfdaaW V.llsjaHssiMlhUalw tUl.44s. MlaaflMaalUaMVith tyl.lHJ, Chill Tonic. Never tails to cure; rates In connection with the above can UntUf0 ACIK (JltlX riHLOH bUUAIa BjfratcklC, U. Ii..tIJflU siisvu.Ln9 itsta. Vou It yournrt 10 pi uwnot. frrlf now until August then why experiment with " vorthleas be had of axents of the "Central" and fttasj ir rou nna ii tn Hvtry dsy from tumtur u rroMHitit vum uniini iuti Price, 50c imitations? 0.0 v. Uittrit vtvtu youvr mw uui connecting lines rttail tt T&.OU t 1 (ulrarilMtl at uor tnoner. m 36th, the Cotton Belt Route wllt'sell IfrsMlurtbtaoria,.,! daja rVai, aYirroy, Din. fast. Agent, Htm Orleans. bs1 VUbotbri tl. rrtitlht afreet mmr - mi.ti I ratlchB riiarvatSffit, S3l7St I la.n trtlt round trip tickets from Memphis and Jno. A, Scott, Die. Pass Agent, nUmpklt. .. 7K ic nun cDcriii on iiavqi DCinc Directory. General tci V 'd "Ul vi t.uini- - uu uwiu vu wU "' wm 8. 0. Hatch, Oil. fats. Agent, Cincinnati. Cairo to Dallas, Ft Worth, Sherman, : ra r.SaVa: tl-- ikarf IV. A. KtHOHQ.A.O P A. fat an A. H. HAHSOM, 0. . A aITr mb nevert ttistda bfor, nucii Greenville, Tyler, Cosicana and Louisville. Chicago. StATR 0PFICIAL8 THf ACME OUKKN Uooaof UitasaatlJlllltLKiaUBHlTTI.TT aia4aa TUlrVU lBtlraaua.7 Kroro tb UlilitraUoOBrlowa, wbttb Waco, at one fare for the round trip. Governor William O. Bradley. rnif ra4 ul rrel irvtn a naouitfrnpn.you cvn lurni aoina wea ui lu aallil tjnarltr aaucd. bvaulli'al appaarmns, Mtilt .4 YTHXi..'. SJ.i.JT'U Wlt SEND US ONE OOLLARJVSlttiftiWS .' niansaniaa, These tickets will bear a return limit .5. .". Jal 19raT1 ih, svnviqua Btiian.pa.naaoiiitiFurarijraieuaj.ui hwr.fi hi (ll. Lieut. Governor W, J. ItUltllfUItt 1U1L, ll WIHIO latial I htf a atll. TUJC aUBK Qt Ul U (tC 1 IUf blKh ar M latf It imt.04lung, nirvcbetvlda aiul wclcht U) pound. to COOK miK, br rrwIvntUO.lt utJol to vsaeninatluu of cfy days". This is youi opportunity taiiiitf aoctafett, tittup, aafullowfi intasvMaa TVIatlkti. KuiuUi 111 latlJa, lUla, trtataaa, IUm Cavklar, Trabla Charles Fiulay. OutoUaa, 8ecretaryof8tato j'Amm v to make a trip to Texas; at smsll exSour frcifiit laav'Wa PUtMa I ant aaalas Ilnaitaai lUtiatt loatnara. Attorney Geuoral W. 8. Taylor. fuunil and If I, 4 MU Vrtkattral T.a.i Ntrfc( ITa4tll. lUrtMOrtta , lSalartl 1'araltittl Itlasila pense. IfattaiaUrr naUll7 lyiallatfaarUirr Auditor Samuel II. Stone. rt, l i.tafll laamUljKrlUlaatla,aa4all44,lar ij!1aaTfFi' ' 4 Ibst rUt IIKIflillilliTlaal.lilaBaaaKa(. 1 fttl aT tl nalag I Write and tell us when you will ki mu. Treasurer Geo. W. Lung. 1111. AOUKUL'r.lM UnitMUrrlal(l ! m you lhcibTaUiHlRllkteWkbkbaraoBljr tloiteoMlatof reach MemphN, where you are going, Commissioner ol Agriculture, Hor- ar hcaint raUa lDatruma&Uf u4 lu Uta bltrbaal fnaaiaaa. aiav uaaa itltad rtb imxrw ina. aaa tssiMrfl aaa iaa of tba iyth and we will meet you and see that ticulture and Statistics Lucas ofkm Cut r' aaaafcaaaaaaafe'ilD'ffi lubber clout, aVbl Iaatban,atba)ltwa balluwaatook and Snail Icatbar In valvoa, llifc awWWaWaPWaaa lsDwaBBBBBBBBBBW lb KIT JA i l?iVs Fi J3B11WI you are proper cared for. Moore. 1VUR UirekN la raralabad with aioil. bataled ruiij. a oion plata sfrancb mirror, blcktl platad pedal tramaa, SWadCP" Publio Iustruction-- MI UK. Superintendent tataw M Ulllll and every inodent liaprovemfDt. W faraUa tnt a fcaata Prkd II. Jonrs, BWn SI3.00 msb4 f a atavi aaa la aaa erf ta iMraitia isaaa aaeiiahaa Davison. DIstr. Pass. Agt , isaa lbs SI M CUAHAWTEED wnrris for orrt juu rnes 2S TER8. Mlth tll HTUVE CATAUUCUKa Regl.ter Land Office Chas. 0. laaua a wrltUa LiiUl&if If tear guaraataa. by the Cor, Main and Madison St.., utNo.l,oviAlc term and cxjndlf lone o( bleb if aa pari v v out Reynold. uuirraifltt bvrKC- TbU ftova jareualrlirrvaafebaraa. Try tiobemonlheiul Memphis, Teon. w w.i. niunii sjur ainua y If you are not perfect): In.urauce Bureau (Jonjniluiouer-- D, oa or aaUtded. IscaAtdalalll.tl f 1 IJH'JasBDIHKHHasvsHBawaBit OUDKU AT UN K. iwNT IlElsAY. V. Coralugore. Il ri ha lad a.aa II l.b. L. ami J rUIIIS A COI.U IN O.IR BAT Nii.rf a pen iTottlealTwttb mj am your oaJcbbor Adjutant General 0. R. Collier. iHiinearvC'riientdbaaa.wuod a rate, lunkinr ll i,and OUHRELIABIUTIISESTABUSUEDabout ua write a U an wtra Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TabMlMUlUH KiVlftKpllli tba MibUaber of Ibta paperor afatropollUit baUonal aaad baraar. WB lel I Blata Librarian Miss Paul Deane leelrurnUb f tvary ewve aaa Kuarauua aatddbil nry lomriil uu,priAirn bacu4un fiat, wtuta, unioai t or tiennaa ClCbenirallaak. Hew York. orai.vrallraaaloivanyu lets. All druggists relund money il Hardin. atatSo. Yaiir local Uaalar wput-- Hiarun , aw.r, lbs frclsbl la enly al.vut Si W for Le eui Al.(rir.a. It fails to cure. 350. The genuine aaeb atu mllea, a m M.er.a at laail 1UILI16AD oouxisaioNEna. ,,"""'Sai.ar.laaiasllr.lUaU.-liei- l. atHO,riUSlalllwraH.w.uiwi",ua. I eKAM, ROIBUOK A OO. (!.), firfssft, bsj L. D. Q. on each tablet, Joo, 0. Wood, obslrmnn; J, F, (aears, if Dfaltla sn )Vtii ts, srs Uarwf.l t oHfCAOO, ILL. de I am a mother of eight children and have bad a great deal Of experience with medicines. Last summer my little daughter had the dysentery In its worst form. We thought she would die I tiled everything I could think of, but nothing seemed to do her any good. I saw by auadveitise mentln our paper that 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 lite. 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 Mhs Geo. P. Roddick, Liberty, R. I. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. in ISJU8TA8COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 60crs. rarlaMadlclasfo., OiLATla.llXa.,NOT.M,UJl. TONIC For sale by J. II, Williams. " H I LL LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Union Depot. & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office. u. 5. rxxs xnr rmsr, HAztcit int. & Snenlb ml Biter. 22? fomlli Aienui, looo. Louisvillo to St. Louis ivcave uouisviue West. Hi Ix.ula.Jlo. We aula laai raar, COO toUIaa of tleollemam QllOVKD TA8TKI.KMI C1IIIJ. TONIC anj tiara bouabt tnraa aroaa alraadr thu rear, in all oar of II rsars. In tba druft bualneaa. tiara nareraold an artlcla that Kara such nnlvsrsal s ours truly. aa your Tunic AiiNir.CARs. A CO. Owensboro 11:40a ui Henderson ia:4Sp ra " Bvansvtlle 1:154 m ' Mt.Vcruon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7'3p m Leave Louisville " Mnwesvillc. " Owensboro. " Henderson. Arrive Hvansvllle " No. 41. 7:45a in No. 45. o:3Sp m Leave St Louts uisSp in " Mt.Vernon " Bvansville 13:55a m " Henderson 1:25a in St. Louis to Louisvillo & East No 44 No. 46. 8:55p m 7:56a m 2:2op ra 2:4jp m 7M5P ru " Owensboro 7:20a ra Arrive Louisville No. 41 344pm 2:45a 3:10a 4:00a 7:30a No, 45 ra m m m x,otTzarrxTJLX3 M Ol I Announcoment 'to I I The Illinois Central now flllfHF bason sale, and will con- VJMiiMU tlnue the same until Sept. 30th, 1809 round trip sum. mer tourist tickets from all points on Its lines In the South to a large list of sum mer resorts in the North. Its . . . . , . 10:43a w . . 11:40am , . u:45i ra . , 1:15pm y45a 't No 43 4!5op m 8io4p m io:4op ni n:o8p 8:35p in ra io;tip j:o5p m ni ia:58p ra niSSatu 1:25a 111 ItVANSVILI.lt TO LOUISVILLH. No. 42 No. 44 No 46 Leave Hvansvllle G'5oa m 2:2op m 2:43a ui " Henderson m a:46p ra 3 :lon ra 7:151 " Owensboro .,:44d ni 8:isa ra 4:00a m Hawesvllle 4:4on-rq:ija ra 4noa 111 Arilve Louisville . . s . 12 35P tu y45p ra 7:30a w All trains run through solid to Hvansvllle. Through rarlorare and PulU man Sleepers on all trains to Hvansvllle and St. Loils. Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlngtou for Fordsville & Hardln.burg dally. 36 .... .... .... .... ONE DOLLAR ) fcfe ! 14) AA .a. (! -- -- 1 11 s)imMM UM I ir s Worth-ingtun- 1 SiS A -- mmm'm tfR wssssLm tm lmh!MhLVnrln.-lJXmfTiii- M tl J! JPT-- W. J. at Baatflet JJ.K,: jr 1 ii a all lt la ftj .. r.eH.-Wiie- T.) rjm?n Jtwriaawvaavi-j- (JirTHI laaaaaaWl W f rim in f Msaaaajfrwswsaawyswai K Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 particucar (action. of the ablest and It Includes many CENTRAL GROVE, KY. Ralnand hot weather are the otders ol the day, and crops are looking well. Mr. Will Miller Is on the sick list at tbl j writing Miss Ernie Dempsey, ol Rock pott, spent a few days In this vicinity recently. We are told there is going to be a wedding in this community befote a great while; we wonder who it is. Miss Annie Axton, ol 0vensboro is visiting the family of Mr. B P Berrymsn, Rev R. W. Danks will preach at the Central Grove Baptist church next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. Death has again visited onr neighborhood and claimed for its own Mr. Albert Oglesby. He had been sick for some time, but was thought to be tome better until 3 o'clock on Tuesday morning, August 8th, the dark angel of.denth spread ltd wings t'er him and his soul was biurne gently away to that land where sin nor death can never enter. Central Grove has lost one of its most enter prising young men. He leaves a ifeand a host ol Iriends to ruouri his death. .Mrs. Florenre Williams, of Central City, is vi Itlng friends In this com munity this week. Miss Owens of McLean county, Is visiting Mrs.Sallie McKerman. The candy breaking which was lvcn at Mr. Dale Ashby's last Saturday night wa enjoyed by all who were present. Mr. A I. Williams aud son, Dee went to Evansvllle several days ago in a raft. Mr. Henry Bishop has moved into ur neighborhood. Mr. Berryman says there is some kind ot an insect bothering his water melons, but says he thinks its a Miller." Best wishes to the Rkpoiiucan. Whon Words Fallod. Side by side In the moon's pale lllgut Cwa figures sat in the early night. One was a man who was half afraid, The other a timid, shrinking maid. Ring In the new Ring out the old Ricg out the false Ring In tho true ' ' We bring to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway 11 A friendly cloud came over the sky, Ami the man grew bold as it caught his eye. Ff IrTVjW DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey lie reached an arm and he turned his face. And kissed that maid in the proper place And all was silent except for this: The lonely echo of that one kiss. She may have blushed or she may have not; She silently sat in that self made spot White the man no syllable spoke aloud, lut waited and gatched fir another cloud. The cloud soon came, $! wa' ;ii In Nature's most natural emedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhlla The sore, weary couch-worn rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus Is cut out ; the cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed healed and soothed so that then membranes are Is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DnUCQISTS wk wtll a. rougM and roliln. 1 1 mr.it m Inner itrone Mrs. M A MetcnUe, rrauoan. hi Bottlea Only. 25c, SOo. and $1.00 Slxta BE SURE YOU GET IAM8aYEARSOLD.ndtitrriMrd ay rwaittiy equiti to lr. llrtl 11m Im Honey It gHtw quick and ffrmanentrrlk'f trip Dr. Bill's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey and another, too, Vnd he did what any man would do nd still that maiden, wild scarcely For Salo by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. Kentucky. secured hli nomination hy unscrupulous methods. He U the author of an election law passed by the last legls lature which puts the naming ot the election officers in every precinct and the counting ol the votes in the hands of a partisan commission controlled by him This commission has the power to issue certificates of election, and from its decision no appeal can be taken, even to the courts. There are other reasons for the bitterness against Goebtl He shot and killed Bankeajohti Sanford ofCov-ingtoan ex confederate soldier, at ter provoking an attack by a scandalous re3papcr assault on Sanlord jvblch It is alleged Goebel Inspired, II he did not write. The former com adeg ot the dead banker, who include thousands of the leading Democrats, ill relmr to support Outside ol Goebel the nominations for the other State office are excel ent. Under ordinary conditions the ticket would win easily. It is peculi irty unf rtunate that ambition ol an unworthy, scheming politician should ihreaten disaster to the Kentucky Democracy In the year prtceedlng a presidential contest. New York Jour h, truest Democrats in They believe that Goebel Dempsey, II, S, Irwin, Secretary Samuel F, Brown. Hun, W, ,1, IM00. Representative Fourth (Ion. D. U. Smith, Senators coNanr.BMONAr,. Hon. VHIIntn 0. Lind-sa- y, ' ' District 1 STATE LKdISr.ATUIlK. lion. T. G. Turner. ( Olfio County Hon. J R. 0. Jamagiu. OHIO COUNTY. CtllOUIT counT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Jutlgo Owbns-- . 8enator Representative boro. Hon. Oweuaboro. T. H. Rlaolc, Jailor -- Hartford. ,n 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford.; Rowan Hnlbrook, Master Commit- lionet Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Deputies D. M. Hooker, T. II Ben. ton, R. 15 Martin and W. II. Ti osier. Court convenes first Monday in March and Auguat and continursthreo weeks, aud third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney '""' Hartfoid, S. T. Stevens" BherilT Hartford. COUItT. ' .Tas. P. Miller, Judge M. S. Ragland.Clerk M. L, Henvrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d, Court convenes first Monday each month. QUAUTERLY CGUUT. Hartford. Hartlord. In i rial. stirred, fust sat and uttered no single word. It begins to dawn upon us, and Uutil, aa he gave her one on the boubtlcsa upon a great many ol his Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win followers and disciples for good taste cheek, success in life This being conceded It Is of first importance to get yout He cried, "Oh, tell me, why don't knows no divisions ol politics or training at the school that stands in the very front rank. geography that Hon. William J you speak?" THE BRYANT &STRA.TTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, Bryan is putting needless strain rtpou i.ouisvii.i.:, ii:.vriTt-itY- . nd the 'maiden said, with impatient the devotion and respect of the Demo BOOK- - KEEPING, ) Seven experienced teachers, ' each one a specialist In sight. hid line. Graduate of this college pteferred by bus! cratlc patty at large. SHORTHAND. j ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tes- "Not now; let's wait till the clouds TELEGRAPHY, Of course the Post has always" advoroll by I" Tom Mason, in Life. timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the cated a government by party as the 28 United States It will be mailed to jou FREE. l"ho Monaco of Goobollsm and only system possible under our instl tutions, and has insisted that the rule Mr. Bryan's Mistake. of the majority applies as absolutely I'UIIE A I'OI.n IS ONR DAY When Mr. Bryan reaches Kentucky to the smallest subdivision of State or Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab - ts. All druggists relund money if to speak for Mr. Goebel he will find a county as to the country at large. The genuine has it fails to cure ...is tht... very curious state ol aflairs. His ob Prom this point ot view we have de- L B Q on each35c. tablet. tt ject will be to unite the Democracy in fended ever party leader on the list Economical Writing Machine. the interests of the Chicago platform Gorman, Quay. Hoar, even Lodge To Sunday School SuperinConstncteJ on scientific principles jnj But he will find that the division ex as entitled to the supremacy he may tendents. of simple ptrts. It Is the most dauble Repair bills w reduced to machine made. isting is not over theChicago platform have won within the strict lines ol the minimum. It Isjfie Best Vilce Writer. When the CleveThe Democrats who are resisting Mr. party discipline. Ohio county, through her President Ask for Art dialogue. Goebel are silver men, and ex Govern land worshipers in 1896 bolted the and delegate at State Convention last The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, d 1 or Brown, who has consented to lead Chicago ticket and set themselves np year, pledged $25 00 for State work. 215 5th St. Louisvillo .Ky them, has always been a silver man as superior beings we treated them, This is a very small and reasonable 421 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. Mr. Goebel, on the other hand, is a from Cleveland himself down to By amount for Ohio county with her recent convert from the gold cause, num and Bourke Cochran, as so many odd Sunday Schools. SuperintenSSlEWffi&sas NO MjndyouflUI MICH tnd none to sincere, as his opponents renegades and humbugs disguised as dents are urged to take up a special filADIDIQPCAIIKtT lUSDKft JlWIKfl NACHIHl fcjfrrfrMI. U. D. latjMi f prigs. We speak for no political or collection before August 37th and reyour nearest rreltrht dpo and Ufsg believe. itaM luuuiuiuaiDUie exactly found wrTMliy aaiiarariar,nt aa a rpreniM, aaal I aaarfcJaaa etfcara aall aa hlth 0 M. aad TUB Mr. Bryan expresses solicitude for ganizttion. Our chosen part Is to mit to the undersigned at Beaver Dam tiklCiTUT BlIMUia VOL Mitt III1UII Of, ptj jaar Offer wtfljh rrfii.iirai our Special nisi htnM Price S15.S0 the safety of Mr. Blackburn. But Mr- - take administrations as they come, Ten cents for each teacher and officer, Tim anil frrivht ljopoumlj unit the trel htuill rerirn 75 cnu for cb tyttmlle. Blackburn is in no danger except from and treat them by the standard ol two cents for each pupil la the adopted GIVE IT THREE MONTHS yTRIALIn your oa home and w, y Uy m are mt AtUfled. Wt till i t wo wilt rviurn your CI usefulness. his alliance with Mr. Goebel. He is their public Hence assessment. Please be prompt Also 1.00, f till. frtil Miln aa4 grade dsf Ken in la Ma'alaa al 9 It. 10,Strata CO,Catalan. Onr all fally rlba ill Waaler, fcrtbla DROP DESK trr Vlar BURDXOK the most popular man in the State, when we say that Mr. Bryan U et ready to send n delegate to the CABINET '1313.30 . u me aTreaieic vame ever uusrvu uy nay uguit. ind no effort was necessary to secure blundering sadly we speak for no State Convention. W, Fred Long. i BEWARE OF IIVHTATION8 R.S'U.wSf un trr Taiione lame, with indorsement of him for senator by the party or fiction, but in the interest of vertlamcnta, otlwr.uif a Writ ni aaaa frltaa' la lalcaf aad Irara wha are various Ind icemen t The soothing nod healing properKtLUIlLK A1U WHO itt ROT. Democratic couventlon. Some (f his truth and common sense. Tery noomt lirRftTriKiT. TTLir? DIIDniPt IS- I1E. DUKUIUtV h" bKiu fuikroa' Mruv uit.it kvicftT friends are grieved at bis present at Mr. Bryan blunders in going to ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, -WITH ' I. It tltK aUiIUSB aUDK, Tit It Sit is pleasant taste and prompt and nuacnorsoiE. m i)Kin im. m.i jiAkiin ami itict.l titude, and are of the opinion that Kentucky to take part in a purely In tUUU 1111, 1ILM JI1.U1 nd permanent cures, have made it a " itLi. SOUP QUARTEn SAWED OAK he is unwise to trnst Mr. Goebel. testinal qnarrel among Democrats. great favorite with the people every t Begin, on the secoud Monday each month. CO0RTOP CLAIMS. In A Business ciaeaiioti Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the seoiud Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY - It wilt only cost you 50 cents etrra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Caf6 Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated In a Urge revolving arm chtlr with plenty of space around you, you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please. It you arc a smoker you will enjoy the Urge smoking room vrith Its arm chairs and 'couch. The ladles will delight in the" splendid ladles' lounging room, wlih Its lounge and InWtlng arm chairs, and its roomy dressing roOm adjoining. You can hajre your meals in this car at any hour you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long as you pleaie to eat It, and you will only have to pay for hat you order. TI.. Cation lull I, th dlnvt llu toTru. Ill trulni run Ihroiith from Cairo i al uvula at III and M.ml.M toToxu wlthoat eh.nv Direct JaDftlon (or all tiani ot Teiaa. Indian TorrlUirr. Oklahoma amt the Far Weal will Wrtta and m nhrTo r folnir ami hn jron will leare. ami tell yon what your Ik t will Ml wliUh train to laka to mVa lh tM lint anj eoanrrlloni, and will tend you an lnlrreitlnc lltlla ImAld. "I tUf WrilW r.LicjuiiUuT.riii'riiL, L I. UlUlIt, Ci1 riu'r ul TIL ill, -- BT. LOUIS, UO. III MnUl UOIItf. UUSHUi, IT. M OFFICERS. N. Moxley, Surveyor. G. D. Royal, Aiscesor. Fon Rogers, School Supt. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphui Springs. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouu Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. f The Smith Premier Typewriter forty-- Court will be heir at TWdsville on March 1st, Juno 1st, rfeplemher 1st anil December 18th. B. F. Graves Court will ho held at Bulord on March 30, June 21),Sep-tcinb28 nud December 21. S. J. Wei.ler Court will be he'd itt Sulphur Spring, on March 28, June 27, September 20 and December 2?. H B. Taylor Court will bo held st Cromwell on March 4, June 10, September 2 and December 9. W. A R)NR Court will bo held" at Centertnnn on February 13, May 29, August 28 nud November 1. I T. A Evans S3 SEND rliBr-ir- MONEY tl t$$1d!0 CITY DIRECTORY. W. H. Barnes, Judge. J. S. R. Weddiog, Attorney. TOWN TRUSTEES. 1 S. K. Cox, TV7T i yw-'i?mil J I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. Jno, E Bean, Sec'y. . A. D. White. , Preston Morton Post No. 4. R. hold their regular meeting Saturday, before the first Sunday in each month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p. W A. Cakson, Com, m. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. O.-A- Ch'm'n. A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdalc, Pennsylvania, yhad.a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very ' obstinate, but' after using about' one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. Ripans" I do all I can toward recommending Bn aaf asilaAaO. rik lifLlKHkU. 0110 illwai raUon hua trmchina tlnatnl torailurof at a, k, ! iaa4 rlntffrorolfrbt) with full length taUa and bead In ilae fur Mwlntr, 4 raa an4i Vavtrt. lalral ll iWlrui fraata, carrd, anelc I, cmboel 4 c decoratM cahlnti flnlab.flnttt nickel drarr puJIa. reitaon era dii uranne aajaiaoioira.mr Knivinirmjinirun imiiu. Hk U y nvUtlll Illicit larta Htea Am kf ai. Mftltlva (our motion feed, actt thrvaJlns vibrat hnhtiln rlnrfF. ;;t-"- adinalAlilM- - -..-..- . . - nnru ,....., ;: - htittia anruiii loota wneeLMjuiiauiatpraaKr bearlnira.im oaten t lnalrD 1001, auuinr llueraur,linroval carrier. iUntndla bar natent dreaamanl ha1 la handsomely deroiatcd ..a baaailfally NICKEL TRIJVIMEU. andaraaair. rat& u4 llchleal naaUf. ml aalali Siafklaa GUARANTEED r Fr Instruction Book tells aia4. gary aaa aMacaairal ) raratted aa anddoetthernlaln or any kind or lancy work juat howanTontfanrunlt ASOTXAita BINDINO GUARANTEE la ant with cvtry msrh'nt this machine, comimratt IT rnTQ vnil NOTUINn toseaandeiamlna wm,u10lM,,ourPtorkprsllia 40.00 and then It eonirwei yaa araaamc S3 w i iu.wi. SQQ.OO. . an n rn kki I u whkla lara waaiha aayjaaan YDIK 4U IU If at ar H.t l VSLUtn TO till 1jiiT I) Ft AT, I sear a. Knehuck A Co. art tboruuyhly relUbla -f- clltor ) III Address, ROEBUCK & CO. riilO SEARS. i I IS Gas Lighted Veetibuleil Trains with Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free Iteclining Chair Cars to Nleuiphis and New Orleans Pullman Tourist Cnr leaves Louisville every Thursday uight, and runs through to California via Now Orleans nud tho South Pacific rjuuset Route, Double berth rate from Louisville to Sau Francisco only 80.50; proportionately low rates to intermediate points. Memphis, New Orleans ,M A 1.1. I'OI.MN ' ti:.vn, m:uu as iiua.his,C.lMOI(.M, HrntHllll Jlo.l ropillHr II n 111 i lo Tho Truo Wintor Homo to California. No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Blockados. s, plete with interesting information concerning tho Southern territory. It will he mailed to ynu free. On the first and third Tuesdays ot each month HomoSeekers' tickets aro sold to Southern aud Southwestern points at Special Low Rules, good to return within twentyouo da) 8 from r ardate of sale. Liberal rangements. utop-ove- For particulars write to J. R. Hoi-liTraveling Passenger Agent lor C. R. It , Louisvillo, Ky. Also usk him to send ynu a copy of the South em Homo Seekers' Ouule.wliicli is re- A. II. HANSON, G. P. A., ClIIUAHO. IlXlVIHS. V. A. Kelloml, A. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Tho (i Jk (5; Southern Railway. J nu- - 'J , JJ (8 Kriiliirlt), Vii(rlHl,hinili Kllll Mint, AliilimilH, Ti mi) rilhiM, tliiirnlii, .Nitrih 6463 Miles Thite Daily Trains a Uctwteu I oulsvllleanl Lex JI Observation Chair Ington A Cars. Tralnt lcve mil ar JJ riveLoulsvlllefrom Seventh Stieet Union Depot con- - n nvcllni! with trains of the Illinois Central Railroad aud I. II &St I, Railway. VJ ;ilkHlll. (J 7 I'or Information, Address WhMfw, P. Silver is not the trouble there. The Democracy is divided over the man ner ol Mr. Goebel's nomination and over the election law which hears his name. His nomination, his oppon ents declare, was secured by force and fraud. Many of his supporters, even, do not dispute the charge. Mr. Wat terson simply insists that Mr. Goebel (Inc.) Chicago, played the same game in the conven tlon that his rivals were trying to play, and was the "smarter" of the ll,IHM,,,IMII,,ll,il,lil,,,,,,,, nimiii three. And as to the Goebel elrction taw Mr. Watterson has declared: "It is sale to say that the annals of free government will be sought in Ih 15 vain for anything approaching it In Said Hon. W. W. Klnlock.edilarlallylft shameless (fTrontery or unconcealed his paper. Christian Counly Republican, Ozark, Mo.: "I took two boxes deformity. The tecords of reconstruct BAC a year ago, it destroyed desire for ion furnish nothing to compare with lODaccu, ana gained 11 pounannia days. This Is not a paid nollcs, but it. The Brownlow despotism in Ten our experience given In hopes many nessee was considered tolerably reck other poor tobacco slaves may take NO- less and tolerably thorough in its and bo (reed." A natural easy way 10 quu looacco-usmiskb day, but the Brownlow despotism at NO-TO-BA- C. J'l'X'a its worst ventured upon nithiugso boldly, wholly bad ns this." We tell tho Irulh aboul NO- So that in speaking of Mr Goebel for II It fails to cure, you gel I Mr Bryan must practically Indorse your money back. Just try a tingle! both the manner of the former's nora dox. 11 win work wonaert; manet you happy in more ways lhan one. No nation and the election bill. Is he excuse because ot lack ol lailh, (or prepared to do that? He can not, like you can buy under your own Mr. Watterson, indorse Mr. Goebtl DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. and repudiate ail ol his works. Mr Every druggist la authorized to bcII Watterson is at home and takes liber under ubsoluto guarantee to euro every form o( tobacco uslotr. ties with his own vine and fig tiee OurwrlttenKuurantco. f rco &amn!o of nud book let called, "lJon't Besides, he is bard pressed In thin Tobacco Spit and moko Your Ufa Away," mailed for tlio ntklng. race, and has been absolved from giv J1KM1 f)Y CO. ing reasons for anything But Mr Chicago, Montreal, Can., New York. 73 Bryan, as a visitor, must, if possible, PlCSfADCTCl"111" ftlbtrtlo cnr belngical, Can he, who.se own nifth WAUUAKB I O Minttlpttlsa. OnllDgi oils have so far been above question, SXlMMfflmiiNMNMWNMNMiL nflord to Indorse those of a sort so d A FREB PATTERN radically d fferent? 2 (jour own Mlrctlon) la ererjr tub- - S; Hut the strangest feature of all will 5; ftciiper. uoi & ccam a year. be the appeirance of Mr. Brjan and Mr Wittfrfon on the same side. They ( ughttottump the State togeth er. They would undoubtedly prove i great drawing card, although the A LADIES' MAOAZING. crowds might be more amused than A fftm bfauflful colored pltlti( Ultit Mr, convinced by the combination, drt atmak Ing on utica (anty "I work huuish iltj hint t iK it, ate bub " Watterson, while glad.to hear that tcnbaloclajrtOr, arnd jc lor Uttt copy 3: wanted bend lor Urua. Zz iiftnli Mr Bryan is coming to Mr. G iebel's SljIUh. Reliable. Simple, S: date, Economical and Abhulutelr S Jd is still agilustMr Bryan, lie r I'ajicr Pattern. 3: rails lor Mr. Goebel's election in one A B B column and for a new leader and a Tljk new platf'irm 'or the national Democ I BAZAR rcj in the other. But this, of course, would not prevent him from giving the Ntbraskan a cordial welcome to lie State and helping him "whoop up the boys" The Kentucky people have n keen sense nl humor, and a 3 THB McCALL CO.. 0 Wilt Hlk St., NiYtrk, Brjan and Wattcrsoi kpecUl," roll ing over the Stute, Would distribute a good deal o hilarity. Wellington Star, tolnadntlr Ul, ff?? - at "Gained ti Pounds Days." NO-T- 1 The people who oppose Goebel are not Bryan's doubtful supporters On the contrary. Goebel's most conspic uous advocates are Democrats of the Henry Watterson type men who, in 1896, damned Bryan with faint praise if not with open enmity. Certainly Watterson himself was prominent in the ranks ot Democratic defection. He bubbled over with somewhat tawdry epigrams and aphorisms, and, toward the last, became practically choked with maudlin sentiment He addressed the American Democracy Iroui the summit ot Mont Blance, and contributed to the mountiin streams of Switzerland the freshets ol his tears. There is no reason why Urjan should descend from the eminence he occu pies and mingle with the warring lac tlons Kentucky. Even though there were au excuse lor his intervention at all, he should be on the side of those who fought and voted for him three years ago. But there Is no excuse of any kind. The Democrats of Kentucky are the men to say whether Goebel represents the majority in the party and they have not so tar made their convictions clear. Mr, Bryan is imperiling his leader i.hip by such questionable offices He should bear in mind the (act that no patty leader can survive, the loss of bis party's respect and confidence. Washington Pott. where. & Bro. - For sale by Z Wayne Griffin m GROVE Dd Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. for rirty Cent. autrmtead tobaceo habit ear, makes veak men iiroug. Wood pure. tOo.il. All druc.Ut. Attention Old Soldiers. Preston Morton Post No. 4 G. A. R. received an invitation to attend a reunion at LynnviUe, Ind., August 30,31, and Sept. 1st, 70 miles from here. All comrades who intend to go will report Saturday, August 19th, at Carson Bros' store to make arrangements to attend. Alt the Cnban soldiers are also Invited, We intend to go by land in wagons and camp out, each is to bringa blanket along, everything is tree alter wr get there, in the eating line, the camp kettle and will be furnished by the Quarter Master, can-teen- o. u. Mi.toaiirrM.,..uiu4,.auuTor aiuui Vnou it itiraiiiira, mill. 10 y""? riaramt M4.MI. in.Mll slAMItT lllgtl. TOOKU IAW, MiT miliar ,., O.Tr.1,11 SPECIAL. PHICK3B.gO, rmi-i- ir 1 SEND ONE DOLLAR m M- K egg- - tfj ' MUtat cbarrM, I.M Uia aal wllk onl.r. ' THIS TOP BUCOYaggig WE , put In Hit M burrUa. LaiUftt 8tr For 1000. tuakarc tliM froiatb Hot IKiMiiiil Wwoti. fcr,llwa. Ihtt UwiMf Laut HalUL K.J torlafH oj Illustrated, or llrvweur au. iir naia. (raj) Barvrn1! I'auot. lllah flrada Kcrv wad Hint T.?tt ttubUr ll.ar lly Llard fall tld. and tafkearuln.. r.1.1(Ur.fiuaratf lilakt crctu 11 Mutl to any lIMWbaaTirywork Iktdf rikwliu'l ur lira. I pMirtat7 rtrMTti rrvsxa bwu s3u.oo is oat imill taicf iw uaaana .MbM. l can aa BMarTtN sn.'Si MAKE OUR J.','?,'?; 4b, A HorLlttlo Daughter's Life. Mothor Tolls HowSho Saved Bismarck's Iron Nervo Was the result 'ol his splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver, Kidneys and Bowelr are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr King's New Life Pills. They devellop every power of brain and body. Onl 25c at J II. Williams' drug store. m mm M CALL'S MAGAZINE sb ( H I am a mother of eight children and have had a great deal 61 exper fence with medicines. Last summer my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst form. Wc thought she would die I tiled everything I could think of, but nothing seemed to do her any good. I saw by au advertise mentin our paper that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent and got tt bottle at once. It proved to be one of the very best mediclues we ever had In the house. It saved my little daughter's life. I am anxious lor 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 Goo. F. Bordick, Liberty, R. I. For sale by 7. Wayne m Griffin & Bro. air.ATta.iLL.,Nor.l, law. Bt Loula,)lo. Clentlemam Wa told Uai year, COO boutea of DllOVKU TA6TKLKKS CHILL TONIC and bar pouKbl throe arum alraady this year. In all our ex partenea of II yaan. In tbo drua bu.lneaa, bar oarer aula an article thai gare men nnltaraal aatla UcUon aa year Tunle, loun truly, Aiiair.dRR A Co. ParUMadlclnsfo., IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 60ct8. CHILL TDNIC For sale by J. II. Williams. TASTELESS imooika. ordshohb . MKtrat tom SfRIK BIUUT TlTlliMirC. to-da- Addroas, SEARS, VOU UK MKEJ5fi000 you can fcKLi. rr ton soaoi Yaar ftflUlnsr .OUR .f iun ". umiai ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, a. , ,trk rt ran laaaifc ,14 re ItanWatmrt.Ua, alara litUitaiirvUiu. aiftl.MaaJ 130.QQ ... ... ILL UJ LOUISVILLE, HENDEItSON Union Depot. & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, 222 xisfr zxT Errx::T, &CA2SGXC it, 3.000. Sjttnlh ind Hirer. rouitb Aienm. Louisvillo to St. Louis & Wost. St. Louis to Louisvillo k East No. 45. No. 41. No 44 No. 46. Leave Louisville 7:45a m H.J5P m Leave St Louis 8:55p m 7:56a m 11 Owensboro 11:40a m u :58pm " Mt.Vernon Henderson IM5p m 13:55a tu " Uvansvlllo s:20p m 2:45a in " Kvansvllle 1:15am " Henderson 2:4, dp m 3:10a m 1:25am " Mt.Vernoit, III " Owensboro 3 44pm 4:00a tu Arrive St Louis 7131P ni 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45Pu 7:30a ui Leave Louisville tn " Hawesville. . . . 10:43a m " Owensboro, , , . 11:40am " Henderson. , , , 12:451) m Arrive Kvansvllle . . , iiisp m X.O'OTCrVXTX.33 'TO No. 41 wxM EH Announcement EVAirsvaiir, No 43 4i5op m 8104 p m y:o5p Half Ratos to Toxas. Rvtry day from now until August 36th, the Cotton Belt Route wilt sell ruund trip tickets from Memphis and Up-t- o rerffct-Klltun- tir mzKu,mit I16-M- fATTERNS mt YOU II LOSE' " fa K, 1 1. 1., 216 4th ivi, Louisville. u. Kl nirtn. Niwr, aihiuii r , kiiijiiiii, ; J.Vl.C'DI.I, TrHl M.A.TI'HlO Ni.raAH JlVr. MAhlllMjril,) '. tfi. mn wh.n A.Curli iilv U u,..l If. k ulvt nvr nut n imIboii r.lU Crutnlali or tr null CllliMICAl, CO., UIANT niK Cltsrrr i'hlla. tts5$e isz&&iG$ Wanted-- An Idea EtlamUYour llowfli Willi Caiear'M. Cnd Catbirtlr, euro coiutlpatlca (oreu. IM, tsc. II ft ft 0, fill. drufTUw refund money. uxnswstnvsTOSJrisiSk iXM a4 U st iwa fcuaJfci laTimtonl wi SSsSS Cairo to Dallas, Ft Worth, Sherman, Greenville, Tyler, Corsicana and STATR OFFICIALS Waco, at one fare (or the round trip. Governor William O. Brtylley. These tickets wilt bear a return limit Lieut. Governor V, J. Worth-ip:toof if, days". This is youi opportunity Secretaryof State Charles Fiuley, to make a trip to Texas, at smsll exs Attorney Geueral W. 8, Taylor. pense. Auditor Samuel II. Stone. Write and tell us when you will Treasurer Geo, V, Lung. reach Memphis, where you are going, Corarnluiotier ot Agriculture, Horand we will meet you and see that ticulture mid Statistics Lucas you are proper cared for, Moore. Superintendent Public Iustruction-FttKD It. Jonks, The nomination o William Goebel Davlon. Distr Pas. Agt , Register Land Office Chas. O. lor Governor threatens to turn KenCor. Main and Madison St.., Reynold. tucky over to the Republicans In NoMemphis, Tentt. Insurance Bureau Uoiqmlsitoner-- D, vember. Prominent Democrats have V. Ooraiugore. called a meeting to protest the man OUUK A CO l,t IN OMK MAT Adjutant General I), R, Collier. In which he controlled the Stale Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tab. Iter Slate Librarian Mis Paul Deaoe convention and to devise ways and lets. All druggists relund money it llardln, means to defeat him. It fails to cure. 35c. Tho genuine IUILBoAU OOUMISSIOVEIta. Tiie revolt Is not confined to any has L. D, Q. on each tablet. Jno, 0. Wood, chairman; J, F. If Illinois Central now u:o8p m sale, and will con. I2:s8p in the same until Sept. io:iop m I2i5sam io:4op m 30111,1899 round trip sum. 1:25a m raer tourist tickets from all points on Its lines in the KVANSVILLICTO LOUISVILLH. South to a large list ot sumNo. 42 No. 44 No 46 mer resorts in the North. Its Leave Kvansvllle , . , , 65oa ra 3:2op m 2:45a ui fast double dally service to St Louis, ' " Henderson 2:46p m 7:151 m 3:10a m Chicago.Clncinnati and Louisville en " Owensboro 8:15a ni 3M4P m 4:00a m reach quickly and corns ahles one to " Hawesville 4:4op m 9:13a tu 4:50a ui fortably the mountain resorts of Vir Anlve Louisville . . s , 12 35P ru 7'45P ni 7:30a m glnls, the White Mountains and SeaAll trains run through solid to Kvansvllle. Through Patlorrflars and Pull side of New England, the Thousand the lake and forest resorts of man Sleepers on all trains to Kvansville and St. Loils. Numbers 41 and 42 Michigan, Wisconsin and Mlnncnta, connect at Irvingtou for Pordsville & Hardinsburg daily. 36 the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Yellowstone Park or the resorts ot ColoThe Hmi l,rraerlitluu lor OilIU ' rado. Tast-les- s and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tickets and full information as to I SEND US .U.tMl.'uJ a lltaaa a..aU.k4. ii t1Mi Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; rates in connection with the above can UMIUtU CK qtIK tutu silkOHU4I, kjlYatiktC. O. tats IhlakLW IMfcUiH frvlght uwpot, Y then why experiment with vorthlcss be had of agents of the "Central" and aaaaiaaira. (Indmi can aiftuilM II ait yournrMt to ontftus tbat II rittatlr t rmaUtIt juaj M tr roti Imitations? Price, joe connecting lines Touiviriswaua rttaii at vtiv.uu ! iii,uv. (u(rraiaiifiiuii utor montr tabLUrtb4nortfkoisulvrilailXr otLtrt tTT Wm, Hurray, Olu, Pot: Aant, Hew Orltnni. S3 (.70. tcUl WO la a offcP nm llii.tl. IralithachJLnraaV j lnaa tnftl Jno, A, Scott, Olu fail Ajtut.Himpkli. thaA General Directory. PRICE S3I.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' laa 5, 0. Hatch, 01: fan. Aft, Cliclmnatl. price curga . ' W A, KtUOHO.A OS A, A. H. HANSOM, 0. f. A., 4 kf mini Hutu uh or W4Ut fOCVCr IHiad bafor. No 45 8:35p in taislS .... .... .... ONE DOLLAR ft m I IN), ri, Chicago, LouImcIIIs. s , J.VAI' SEND US ONE OQLLARI UUstHfUlU CUlt. AIM HtMiO UH falUra CUOK tTUTK. bf imiktDI UW.IA, lUbjwdl to iamina.itm M V,;:i ..it-- i.pol anJ It tuuml iwrrecl r jy.lbjM-n.r- .11H.MWI iS" &TiZT9mwm9in. iVl f? VSXB-jS-'ill-J 1 03H Ar r. ''.rri.xiriri 'irriTjjT fj naanl JtaiaIUi'li-"I rvtha fk3aSaPrr?7Aifci' y ptMiaiir ', W. J. krlllll SI3.00 m&&z&g&m ahme . Vl andrnlgbj ebrK MlIUir STOVC CATALOG ue. 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