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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899090101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. , I The Republican and Louisville Commercial, I year, ft. 35. The Republican and the Courier Journal, I year, 11.35. The Rrpublican and the Toledo (O) Blade, t year, jl 35 The Republican and Louisville Dispatch, The Republican and the Globe Democrat, 1 1 year, year, f ft 1 25. 50. The Haeteqed orricui omii r tie run ix Bbptoicak 1, 1899. CHURCH MEN AND POLITICS. The Republican has the Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County. Fine Job Work a Specialty. t nmi mvimmmm, vz Subscription $1 a year. VOL. i. XII. jji THE DREYFUS CASE. - HAKTFOKD, K., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER No. 6. all honest men must join or surrender to all that is evil In political conduct. I am glad to Inform you that of the hundreds of letters I sm receiving from ministers throughout the State, they are practically unanimous In their condemnation ol the fraud and corruption that marked the uomlna tlo'na at Music hall; and how conld they do otherwise and be true minis ten of the pure and holy Nazirene? The few answering me adversely would not constitute a corporal's guard. And yet we are being assailed by newspapers and stump speakers If we dsteto do our whole duty. Witness the beloved Kerfoot, "the Istchet of whose shoes" his assailant "Is unworthy to. unloose." .As for those who slander me, I say "toTthem? "'"t am doing a' great work, ao that I canrirt come down; why should the work cease whilst I leave it and come down to you?" Attorney at Law Bbavkb Dam, Perry WesterReld, Kt. JOHN P. MORTON IIAKTrORB. KT. Special atteutlon given to all busi ness entrusted to hta care. Office in Court House. ATIORNEY AT LAW, SlfiHWSrMfr ssssssssssSP iHsl'r Will practice bis proletslon In all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining: counties and Court ol Appeals. Special given to collections. stten-tlon RttorneyatKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVIUN, 8HELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special atten tion given to all assignments in bank, ATTORNEY AT LAW Kidneys, Liver and Bowels THE 5Y5TEM f .SENSES riiCFFECTUALUV Acts gently on the ruptcy. Attorney at Law Ntual CONSt,RT,ON HAKTFOHD, KY. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. given to col SPECIAL attention abstracts,,, Ac making JNO. B. WILSON, avr vmi teNviNt-Man'- fo ejr urrniaTg,Syrvp "jk ro)MUtutMnruM.MKrM. IlArrrronu, Kt. Will practice bis profession In the RETR1IUTHIN WILL COME. J the courts of Ohio and adjoinlnf Also Notary Public. counties. Dotalls by a Newspaper Man Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING "? A tto r n ey at Law, Will practice his profession In all the Courts oi Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settlement or decedent's estates, road cases Office up sod criminal practice. fairs next door to Griffin'sdrug store. Familiar With theCoebal 6andford Tragedy. HARTFOip, KY. J. S. R. Wedding, ATTORNEY and CfJUKStlLDR il UW, (NOTARY PUBLIC) HARTFORD,- - - KBNTUCKY. Will practice his profession In all tli e courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust. to his care. Office in Republican building. J. KDWIN HOWIi. V T, FELIX. Rowe& Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice In the Courts or Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en. trustedjto our care. Office In Herald building. ATTORNEY AT LAW CKNTEKTOWK, KT, roun.orotilo an4 mid Court given A. Han BalldlVK. Will praelleolua prolrwlra la JOHN T. RONE, ijlils;e"lle h ol Apt!. ll ! colt.elUn., OSIhIi W. atieie-IIii- Mil Attorney at Law, Ky. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office In Court House. A. e- - SAYOfl, IlAinroiiD, Attorney at aw Ky. Hartvobd, Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith &C., Market Btreet. R. E. LEEBIMMERMAN, Habtfobd, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to allbusinesrentrusted to his care, Attorney at Law, J. E. DAVIDSON, Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. Office over Ohio lections a specialty. County Bank. Also Notary Public. ATTORNEY-A4KIVILI.K, IB. 3rP. 3R.O"fcy. -T KKNTDUHY. LAW, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoinlug counties and Court of Appeals. Bpecial at Office tention given to collodions. next door to Post Office. II nU tlbfl, .,liuui t ! IU ui tier "eos smcLmf&'nvav Bssur ..... jrm - :m i J3 rMaHlsaavr . m. MU.Mir, Mwhwriga iu l.Hr oaMi imk mm, ssVt! sVlA .n.. wi ,. !'-- V -- -- wk.a.r wv "M" iJ3 ! UtMSBSJ H ?2oSTl k a SPr Jl Dolph Berit. editor of Times, vrrltesln hlsipeptr the following about the killing, of Sand, ford: Telegrapic advices from Lexington, under date of last Saturday, state: "Colonel John Sandford'a widow, who was placed In the High Oaks sanitarium here several weeks ago, will be tried this afternoon for lunacy, In order that she can be placed in the State asylnm. She has continued to grow worse since coming here, and from present symptoms she will not live long. She has been gradually losing her mind ever since the awful shock occasioned by the bringing home of her husband's bloody dead body, some years ago." Colonel Sandford was the victim .of Goebel'a revolver. Goebel la the person who will try to ateal the office ol Governor of Kentucky. The editor of the Times waa connected with thq editorial department of the Cincinnati Tribune, at the time of the killing ol Banker Sandford and was fully conversant with the details ol the affair, and (or the benefit of readers of the paper, recites the leading Incidents. Goebel and Sandlord ware enemies for years' standing, dne to factlonaK Ism, In which Goebel took the part of rule or ruin. He legislated In a manner to almost wreck several enters prises In which Sandford waa Interested. Then he started a bank, (the one he now owns) and with the power and of the machine he had bnilt, be withdrew the city and county treasury deposits from Sandford'a bank and had them placed in his own bank. This led to the final fatal mix up. Sandford published a card denouncing Goebel and exposing his methods. Goebel retaliated with an other in which the vilest epithets were used, "Gonorrhoea John," being the nauseating appellation hurled by him at the banker. A few days later the men were on the street In frobt of Sandford'a bank at f he same time, Sandfqrd had 'ascended the steps and waa about to cater when Goebel called from the other side pf the stret,"there pow," and goes that crossed the street. Sandford heard the remark and turned, receiving the bullet that ended hla life. Witness said that as be turned he reached far his revolver and that Goebel fired In seUdefence. Goebel was never Indicted by the grand jury. TbeshetlQ who summoned the jury, died not long atei ward. The circuit judge who instruct ed the jury, was subsequently desert- ed by Goebel. Others who aided In' the exoneration of the Senator have since been beheaded byhlui. When people- - go to the polls next November, let them : remember the killing ofSaqdford In the prime of bis life; ot the ruined home; oi the heart broken widow, whose mind could not withstand the terrible shock that left her a helpless child treading the darkened corridors ol We at the mercy of her Divine Maker; ot the son whose fnture was wrecked; I cl the treachery of Goebel to the Dem ocratic party, and of bis sin against God and his lellow man, ! MJKtt"3?J7Kftrlat uuMknn.uMn'S1' St HySmlttS'" flPIUM SBLSBMSBBBBSSBBpSlH aadVtlsksy Irtlti esroa h t mis m ! iw 7 hTa m l.l.jt.l 1abm UflM f UUU UlWWt .MA.n m besutjr without it, Ctscartti, Candy Cttbu-ti- e your blood snt k it clean, br stirring up tb lasy livtr and dm Inf all ! puritlts from tha body, Ikfin toay to UnUh pimples, boils, blotches. blbuM. sad tbst slAly bilious conpUiioa by Uktus Cseesrttsj bssittf forjen cents. All drvf 0)99 MmjMjjiV'isj IWiWwvwf IW 4Wf Haaatv la N44 iuu Dt. . eln t the blade. He was then searched assessed during their administration. handcuffed, placed In a prison van, ShortJy after Gea. Taylor terra of' Story of Arrest and First Trial and. taken by a military jsecort to, the office commenced he discovered the Ucole Milltalre, where he was marched fact, and at once said to the .members of Dreyfus. between guards Into the center el a of the present board that the railroads Alfred Dreyfus, captain In the hollow square of troops In the large :we're liable under the law for this Fourteenth regiment of artillery In courtyard of the school. He had al- franchise tax, and that if waa the the French army, was attached to the ready twice asserted his Innocence to duty of the board t6 make the assess-uieswho comThe roads for some time ret Second bureau ol the general ttaiT, Captain Lebrun-Reasu...... .vvv "- -. ...V .... . . ..- Where future, plana, of mobilization manded hla guard. The morning was mli3tA and tnalf4 tfiaf tl. rall.iiva nf and other military measures of great misty and rainy, and the conrtyard tae old board on the subject were cor. Importance ere dlccessed, prepared, was a muddy waste, round which rect The present board, following and drawn up. For some time a cotw loomed the buildings with windows ; the written opinion tof Gen. Taylor, Staut "leakage,'' ofj. these confidential filled with faces, while a vast Cfawd naally made an assessment for esch docnaeBts ha'df been noticed, detec that sarged sad pushed latheaveaaea year since the present administration tives bad been, employed and Dreyi wlthowt uttered, loud sad iBCBftdatf began. As soea as the assessments had been made complete the railroads fas was ondfr stfspklos. On Octoo cries sgsiast the prisoner. At exactly 9 o'clock the dram ef the State yielded, and without even ber 1, 1894, he was suddenly detached, front 1be war oSce ap rolled. the troops preseaied anas, and offering resistance in the con its. paid the reglsMSallaad pkyeA ajfteVaai. latatka' State Treasury' franchise foisiede service 1b the Tklrty-aisirefjsieat.at the, Seek Mli.l4re. On choly tane. The sentence was read, taxes Sggregatl ng about sso,ooo. October 14 he received at his luxn-rloDreyfus standing firmly with head. Another Important case. successfulerect, his left hand resting oa the ly prosecuted .was that Instituted honc.nfar theTrocaderoa to attend at the ministry of war, pommel of his sword, and bis 'eyes, against the Frankfort Chair Company, BBd he went there th'e next morning. looking squarely In the eyes of Gen- which finally resulted, alter the most He was received by Major dn Faty eral Qsrrw. who commanded the stubborn litigation through all the very troops. Then a gigantic sdJutaBt tore courts, in a recovery of and payment de Claw, who said that be buy and asked the captain to help the triple band from the captain's cap, Into the State Treasury of about $fio,s him by taking down a letter that he the buttons from his coat, the gold' 000. The chair company was repreThere were three lace from the collar and sleeves, and' sented by Senator Lindsay, Judge would dictate. other persons In the room who were the red stripes fromfhls trousers. As Pryof.T. L. Bdelen snd W. M. Smith; strangers to Dreyfus, and a clrcum the adjutant flung them on the ground the State was represented by. Gen. stance that only struck bim afterward Dreyfus threw ttp his arm 'and cried Taylor alone. In this case the State an arrangement of mirrors by In a voice heard far beyond the limits achieved an Important victory, not which his every tnoyement and ex. bf the courtyard: "You are degr'ad- - only on account ofthe large sum of presslon conld be seen by everybody flag en Innocent man. Lonar live', money involved, bnt because ofthe present, Dn Patv.ttlpn dictated to '. Francel'' A roar of execration answer vital principles oi law to be determined htm the memorandum which after- ed him: "Death to tie traltoil" and,, as well. In this case tor the first ward became famous as the bordereau. the big adjutant roughly tore the time in the history of this State, the At one point Dn Paty suddenly sword belt from himwrtnehed the Appellate Court held that debtors of asked Sreylus what was the matter, sword from its scabbard, broke it the State could not plead insatlsfac- And asserted that his hand shook. across his knee, &aa the fragments, itlon of their indebtedness setoffi; Dreyfus replied that his hands were on the ground and stamped upon thls(. too, notwithstanding the fact cold. Then he was left slone in the them. Thea, amid howls from the mac iBonsanas 01 aouars 01 indebted, room and found a loaded revolver ly- mob without, the degraded officer, a ness to the State had heretofore been ing among some papers on the table grotesque and lamentable figure in his extinguished In various litigations .by beside him. Hslf an hoar later M. defaced uniform, Was marched' around such pleas. Not before In the .history Cochefort head of the detective police, 'the hollow squsre, protesting his in bf the State hsd any suit, involving accompanied by Commander Henry, of uocence snd crying' l"Loog live so great .an amount been prosecuted the second bureau', entered, and Drey- Francel" white the drums' rolled In in behalf of the State by au Attorney fus was placed under arrest on the order to. drown his voice. Finally, General without assistant counsel. charge of high treason and taken to after being photographed and measAnother Important suit managed the Chercae Uldlprison, all the time ured as a criminal, he wis driven in by the Attorney General was the noted protesting bis innocence. The order the prison van to La Saute prison, and case ofthe Commonwealth vs. the committing hla waa dated October thence taken oa January 19 to La Louisville Street Railway Company, t4, and the day before he was arrest Rochelle, where be was embarked for the company being representedby ed or exsmlned". the neighboring Isle dc Re, oa which the Hon. St. John Boyle, the State On October 28 a hint bf the arrest is the prison wherein convicts sens finally succeeding in securing the was conveyed to one ot the Paris tenced to transportation await their payment tato the treasury of over Jjo,-00newspapers and the next dsy an am- embarkation. Mobs all along the ( biguous note sppeared in that journal route sought to attack htm, and the In 1897 a number of corporations in of gendarmes had asking If It 'were true that aa.iaipor gaard Tennessee Instituted suit In the United taat military arrest had recently taken. hard to keeptselr-pjisonfrost being States District "Court' before Judge place. This set everybody talking, murdered. He was eventually taken Clank seeking to enjoin the collection for In France anything concerning to the Isle du Dlable, off the coast of of taxes on over 70 per cent of their the army is considered of paramount French Guiana. valuation, alleging noTeasous there Importance. Wild stories were all oat for that other personal property and end the excitement reached fever heat Taylor's Rooord as Attorney lands of that State had not been listed General. when the news waa confirmed, on at more than 70 per cent of their cash November I, by the appearance of a value. In this case the corporation The principles laid down In Gen. succeeded iu brief official communication in all the procuring the InjuctloU, papera. Dreyfus waa kept In close Taylor's contentions were carried and Tennessee los.t thousands of dolconfinement until December 6, when through many local cases, and have lars of taxes. Some corporations in hla counsel,. Demange.was allowed, made the Attorney General's office a Kentucky, encouraged by the success to see him. On December 19, Drey buttress of practical strength to the of those in Tennessee, instituted simfas was arraigned before the court State affairs. While party platforms ilar suits agaluat the Kentucky Board martial, which was held In the Consell are adorned with .crude generalities of Valuation and Assessment in the de Guerre bulldlog.opposlte the Cbers about corporations, and Senator Goe- United States Court, and they were, chelitdl prison. Gt.et crowds gath- bel'a stump speeches abound with referred to and tried by Judge Clark, ered to see him cross the street and threats of his intentions toward them,-i- t before whom, notwithstanding he had Is interesting to observe how. Gen. sustained the corporations In the Ten shouted. "Death to the traltorl" The trial .was secret, sad lasted until De- Taylor, la the quiet pursuance of his aessee codes, and'that many features cember as, whea the court found the duty, has forced corporations to bear of which were exact parallels of those prisoner guilty and sentenced him to their proportion of taxation under the oi the Kentucky cases, Gen. Taylor transportation for life, alter being laws aa he found them la force, sad won the cases for Kentucky, and the to lay down the special exemption be. injunctions were dismissed. His sucsubjected to military degradation. On. the morning of January 4, the hind which they had entrenched cess wss sttrlbuted to his thorough condemned maa was ordered to pat themselves. An important llluitrai work In getting up proof asto the ason a captain's uniform that had been tlon was his successful fight against sessments in this State. If he had Specially prepared' hyaaylng the lace the Southern Pacific Company. This punned the course followed by the on the cap, the red seams ol the trous- company's charter authorized it to Attorney General of Tennessee, Keners, and the buttons' and trimmings own railroad stocks, bonds, to lease, tucky would have undoubtedly lost on the tunic Uken of! and then stitch- own and operate railroads. Thousthe suit and thousands ot dollars of ed on again atronglyenohgu to stay ands of dollars, were subscribed to this taxes. Iu Tennessee the Attorney Ju place.but so loosely that.they could corporation by New Yprk capitalists, General relied alone on the law of the easily be torn off. The sword that he notable among them being the' railway case, while In Kentucky Gen. Taylor was made to buckle on bad also been magnate, Huntington.1 The company most thoroughly prepared hla case, filed on each slde,abont hall way down leased marry railroads in the West, and by great effort sustained his con and boughratocks and bonds ot many tentiou with an abundance of proof. others. It has never apald a dollar of It would be difficult to determine taxes from the time of" Its creation un- the'exact amount of taxattoa recovertil Gen. Taylor's term of office com ed Into the treasury of Kentucky and raenced. He held that under the tax directly attributable to Gea. Taylor's laws of the State, (hat company sheuld efforts. It is safe to say, however, be assessed. Ills view. In this regard thai it does not fall below $350,000, ClmnUmtt geii was doubted by many eminent law aad'lt is estimated it will aggregate 'iVbbbbSJssks. wUhktallk. jfw yen oi the State, but having given nearly half a million dollars for the Jktv'i tatarrh any the matter an' exhaustive Investigawmrt tut tan., tion, he instituted suit in the Frank- term of office. As lsrge as the sum Is, it is dwarfed into insignificance vrAttty net lin Circuit Court for the purpose of when compared with the benefits to titan. recovering penalties against the com accrue to the State hereafter, neceslUkST4era atio estorU to panyln order to compel It to list. decisions at bo frea froav That great corporate waS represent- sarily resulting from the this dUsraaUns' ed fcy very able lawyers. Including reaDy obtained and the construction ol rights won by Gen. Taylor's Insirs: U A. Johnitua, JOt iHlham and Slplsy 8ts., Montgomery 4 24tsrv Humphrey gt Davie, of the domitable courage and application, A14.fc tails, her; axperUne wth catarrh Louisville barj bat finally realizing pfi ths' atoaaas aadSbow ska wait that there was no alternative save to Greatest Naod, .'j euffi: list, or be mulcted. with pessfyles, the will sUU ta yea. tfcit'l fcava company did, report to the Board of Mr, ft. P, Ollvla.of Barcelona, Spain eyentr IVri-taltta sifhi bWt a and rajoloa to sjr, Valuation, and waa assessed lor each spends his winters at Aiken, 8. C. aa k two or PfVa-'aaa Vleta Dr. Bateau year, beginning wlthiSoj, on :,ooo,-00- 0 Weak nerves had caused severe pains Ana I aarastlr seam a yita tam It' worth of property, from which In the, back of his bead. On using haa'dbaa ma mora gaoi taaiajaay saedl source nearly 3,000 of 'taxes have Electric Bitters, America's greatest eh I have avatta'lsijsay Hhi I rorlb It to arery one I meat who) been realised already, and It will to Blood and .Nerve Remedy, all pain Vart waalclaa' la continue to pay ss long as Its charter soon lett him, He says this grand la u8srlag, M Ui world, aalkT maAe) aaaay con. exists. medicine is what bis country needs, Verts who ari'iWw raJMoliuf la th In 189s the Legislature passed an all America knowa that It cures liver hyAkava 4rlTe4 gratt rooV i rofc the same? I eaa tall you that X act requiting the State Board of Val- and kidney trouble, purifies the blood ara alsaoat caUrely rtllerad ot UwHes-t- l, uation and Aaaessaifnt to assess for tones up the stomach, strengthens that areaf o which h torturad taxatloa the franchises of the various the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new au ao saaay. yaara, sad; a aew cat raitraadaaf tlwState' Under the law, life late every muscle, "nerve" snd aaytaaag-- aeMileoaH featta or, ksawsw, sack rallpsad Utr.tye State orgs of the body, II weak, tired or kowUtilagaeW." '? Urn aeiaarstaaa' tka aeJaaUaa saUost wda aanaallr to the. Auditor a re- alHsg yoa need It. Every bottle et fWra-a- a It U Vsat ta have Dr. Hart port of all Its property. Auditor Nor. guaranteed, only $0 cents. Sold by taWa afoeial hook lor wosaMi ar hi 4 his associates oa the board J. H. Williams. Druggist bosk o aetrewts aatarra. Theaaaooka aatwlthstsadlng the Isw, tetc kf Willi eaeeaertt. tiMt.Uia ealWaaaa ware not liable (or SetleTer Caaar CsjkartU, eon eeeMlytlloa Mitrte, LuaAg jeXlf fsjaVsVA fffl W m IS) MM aaaUaia uS SUmmk. na.o,ra.siewMwiinsMi VP J "svjfw " M fTVHVvWPV,wWf ?w BTl"SBWfV myi -t. d, ; Tho Plain Duty of Christians In Publlo Affairs. To the Ministers of .Kentucky: With a profound respect for all minis ten of the gospel and a deep reverence for all the teachings oi the Holy Bible, we beg a serious audience with you for a few moments. The excitement which Is now sbak. ing our State from center to clrcutn ference, produced by the proceedings of the late so called Democratic convention In Louisville, has enlisted 'the feelings ot almost every man on one side or the other, and It behooves every lover of morality, who has the welfare olhb SUH,oUatdtyat heart, to ask himself the question: What is the cause of all this tumult? What does all this mean? Whither are we drifting? Why is our political condition so corrupt that ministers and other trnly religious people are afraid to go to the polls and vote, or even raise their voices on the subject, for fear all decent people will look upon them as degraded and befouled as with the vomit of the carrion crow? The answer Is found in the fact that ministers and church members keep away from primaries, conventions and the polls and Abandon the whole matter tricksters, robbers, bums and thugs, snd ss an eminent divine has recently said: "Why the decent men of all parties do not rise up, take this matter into their own hands and relegate to the rear the Whisky drinking, boodle element puzzles' ns very much. Unless there is a reformation on political lines a revolution will be the Inevitable result. But are not christian people who keep away from the primaries and conventions largely to blame for the existing state of thing? Let them mend their ways or repent insacki. cloth and ashes." ' It does not require the ken of a prophet to see thst the trend of political affairs In our State will ultimate n the disfranchisement of the people. The seed sown in Mnslc hall Is sure to produce a harvest of poisonous fruit unless the honest people rise and put the seal of their condemnation upon the Inqultous practices ol the political demagogue. The crisis has come, the issue is upon us, and it must be met, and it Is dot too much to .say that God will not hold us guiltless il we stand by with sealed lips snd self stifled In flu ences snd seexrar sacred rights crushed by the political dictator, and the temple of our liberty torn down by ruthless and crime stained hands. The daring of political adventurers has already reached that point where they proposed that the overwhelming majority shall yield to the dictation of a small minority; yes, even to one man. This Is digging up of the very foundation stone upon which the temnleof our liberty restsnd will of such laws as lead to will suit the thugs and thieves who put them la play, while we secalted christian people stand back and say; "I csn't afford to have anything to do with It; my character will be contaminated by it," and it will grow from bad to worse, until (as Is nearly tne case now) a decent woman will hard ly dare to walk the streets alone, or the farmer to his work In the field, or the laborer to his toll, free from fear of assassins by the way. The crimson baa many a time come to my cheeks as men ol the world have christian people accused the of being to blame for the existing state of affairs, and we have secretly fett that It was only too true. They say: "You complain of gambling, of the description of the Sabbath, of all the deua oi vice so common In the community; why don't you help to nominate and elect good men and true, who ate above the ting and the machine; who will conserve the Inter ests of the whole people, that we msy be prosperous, virtuous and happy?" You sayt "Oh, I vote for the candidate of my party." Bat did it ever occur to yoa that in voting for the man you are Indorsing his methods? We see a man who asks us to vota for him for Governor who secured his nomination by deception and fraud and corruption, and who, with only about two tenths oi his party in hla favor, disfranchised, 33 s of the delegates who were the only representatives of the people, and pat la their stesd irresponsible persons committed to vote for him, snd that being d, ae, line the halt and stsge with armed police and desperate men. to make hlat self your candidate by force. We aak yon aa honest, not to say christian men, can yoa Indorse alt thai? Yet you must do It In order to tavor the man. If you are a Democrat let me say to you that at Lexington, oa the 16th day or August, the Democratic party, with marvellous unanlmlty.ptacad be. fore the people ol Kentucky for Gov ernor, a man of stainless character and unsullied record la tfie person of the Hoa. ex Governor John Yoaeg Brows, waa is a propsr teprcssnUttvs ed Be Careful No woman can be too careful of her condition during the period Before her little ones are born. Neglect or' improper treatment then endangers her life and that of the child.- - It Des with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily, or whether the ordeal shall be made comparatively easy. She had better do nothing than 'da something wrong. ud h MOTHER'S FRIEND ss. ss sum-sno- u I' Is the one and the only prepar&tifti that is safe to use. It is a linlraea thatpenetrates from the outside). External applications are eternally riirht. Internal medicines are radi cally wrong. They are more thatr humbugs they endanger life. Mother's Friend helps the muscles H. R. Colruan, to relax and expand naturally reLonlsvllle Ky. lieves morning sickness removes " nervousness and HeadYoung Wife--. Cm going to make the cause ot prevents hard and risias ache nice steak and kidney pudding for breasts shortens labor and lessens! supper the pains and helps the patient to Yonng Husbn d (with recollections rapid recovery. Shreveport, La., From of the last one) Ahem! I did intend woman: a letter by a e been using your to brings friend 'home wonderful remedy, Mother's Friend, Young Wile Well, so much the for the last two months, and find K just as recommended," better. The ranre, the merrier. Yonng Husband Alt right I will DratrUU sell It el ft per bottle. fetch him along. ' He seived me a Ttllt BRADFIBLD REGULATOR cW mean ATLANTA, OA. trick lilnfself once. Bosten j Dead for our free Illustrated book, Traveler. "Before tub? it Born." t& I "I-hav- That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Fills. Thousands of sufferers have proved thelrmatchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money s, back if not cured. Sold by J. H. Will-iam- sm Druggist FOOLED HIS WIFE. But he Catered to her Chlstain Science Nations. 0. ' er A near alghted man had been married for so years when- be awoke to find that his wife had becomea violent Christsin scientist. She was Very sincere in her belief, and he was very confident iu the knowledge that when she wss In earnest, argument was of no avail. So when she told htm that it was a sinful Idea for him to think that he wonld not see without his glasses, what was he to do? He did not like to be considered slnlnl in his wife's lovely eyes, snd he did not dare to disobey. Therefore he put aside his glasses, and I have seen him 40 times rubbing his nose against a newspaper while pretending to read about happenings ol the dsy. Now, this man was a weak man or a strong man, according to the way we look at him. He was a successful man of affairs and prosperous in his business. In that he was not weak. He would do anything to secure peace and happiness. In this, It msy be, he was not strong, At any rate, he put aside his glasses st home. "How the deuce," I said to myself, 'does he attend to his buslnes?? He must have all his letters read to him." But he did not This diplomatic and humble partner of the woman who held that all were Imaginary and for snftjr Coats. all efforts to correct physical defects Oosrseteed tobaeca habit euro, males weak and limitations sinful, read his busl ' men suodc. blood sure. Mo, IL All drmrUl ness letters the same as before I ror Chills Tlie Oeel through glasses, and his newspaper, ' and Fever IsI'reeerlpllon Grove's Tasf a bottle of too. He had kept what might bei less Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; called a spectacle route. He keptt then why experiment with worthies at his barber shop, at his ( imitations? Price, 50c hard-headed you-thes club and at his office. At these place he had veritable eyeglass debauches. But, at home he was as blind as a bat I don't know whether or no't-btold many Ilea to the gentle but poiK five partner ol his joys. I mever asked him, because I did not wish .to be responsible for a less venial lie than the others there were. One night I was a curious attendant at what might be called an experience band. meeting ot this My friend's wife was one ofthe speak ers'. She told ofthe eyeglass miracle, and the back of my friend's neck got as red as fiie. I did not see his face, but I am sure he suffered like the dickens in ttie knowledge that his deception was he cause of his wile's misstatements. But shews happy. And he could rrfit fall to secure happiness in enabling her to attain a place among ths very elect of the cult Was the deception a venial sin? think that he was very wrong; thst it was hla duty to convince his wife o her error, and so restore the same equilibrium. But hard -- beaded people never did know how to get along with yery soft- - beaded people, and so In instances such as this their views are not Besides, worthy of consideration. people, according' very to my observation, are never very happy themselves, while they have a capacity to spread unhapplness out ot all proportion to the value of the good that they try to do, I do not preach the doctrine of do Ing evil that good may come of It, bnt I do believe that sometimes only re is a sar sometimes, mind lug righteousness in the haralea wrongdoing which spares another at the expense of the sinner, John GIL. mer Speed In New York Weekly Criterion. a faltlt-hcallng I LEAN Boils and Pimples Give Warning.' ' PEOPLE h a,kKlf 1 PBiHT 1 !$. a Spirt's n Maa-a-ll- 0k .' k. wk-loe- When Katun is overtaxed, ska ha IIVTill IH tlfiM TU1T UMWLIrtw mwn I nll canown war of Kirinir notice that assist ana aoea nui hi w ance) uueeuea. help until it Is ImpoislbW to get along without NATURE IS APfEALIK. Boils and plmplea are an indication that it srstam is accumulating imouritlee which tha CAD UCI D """I he gotten rid ot they are an urgent appeal for airairtancw HCLrs a warning tkat can not safely be ignored. rUn To negUct to purify the blood at this t. fmt tuna maans mora .than the annoyance ot palaful bolls and pimples. thee impurities ara allowed to If unsightly remain, tha srstsm suooumbs to any ordinary illness, and la unable to withstand ths soany ailments which ara ao prevalent during spring aad summer. Irs. U OentlU, SOOt Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash., says 1 "I was aOUotod for a long time with plmplea, which SBSBBJBw4sV ware-varannoying, as uey OMeururM mr raoa wartuur, At tar uaUsg many other reaellM in vain. B. 8. 8. promptly aad thorouchl ol teased my blood, aad now I rejoioo in a good oomplexloa, whkh I never had before." asaiw ILCant W. IL Dunlap.of tks A. a. 8, apSBBBBBBSV X. CbatUnoon. Tenn.. wri:el A SJoTtrsl boils and carbuncles brokeout upon ma, causlne? ssbbB groat pain aad aanoyanoe. My blood eeemea to be let m. a riotous condition, and nothing I took seemed to d. any good. Six bottles of B. 8.3. curod roe completely aM say blood has been perfectly pure ever sinoe. 1M All 1 1 m S. . S. FOR THE BLOOD poi It la purely jegeUbea araaU4 ia-ra- a, 1 veU frfw"" -ji eithjesa4livlWraTokfXUk yw3 only 7. aad la thepurifies one that u anaoiureij rrea irora woaaptly the blood and thoroughly cleanses tha system, bullies us It cure Scrofula, Kowma, Canoer. Mwua; ths loaeral health aad strength. Botox direct to ths cause of ths Hiaill tasi UuThUh. Soils. Sore, ato.. br Is tha best blood remedy, because .vfcaiBMne! uaittgiMft! wweiMMei-s- - k M UtsstttskViitBae' iiiSawMin lilies i' 4&w9iioSBSkifn -- sBsiaw "U -- hj tlbj,,.. yyr-. wtr , in,1,, ' ?J The Republican ami Louisville Commercial, i yeat,f I 35. The Republican and the Courier Journal, 1 jtar, $1.15. "1 lie Rrpubllcon and the Toledo (O) Blade, 1 year, f a$ The Republican and LouUvllle Dispatch, 1 year, $1 35. The Republican and the Globe Democrat, I year, ft so. 1 The Haeteobd Bepublicajn omcui The Republican has the Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. mm or he pain ix ? mm coxmtsisxii sisnun. Subscription $1 a year. No. 6. XII. THE DREYFUS CASE. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1899. Story of Arrest and First Trial of Dreyfus. Allied Dreyfus, captain In the Fourteenth regiment oi artillery in the French army, was attached to the second bureau ol the general staff, Tfhere future plana of mobilization and other military measures ol great -- iPiflDUis:33its$raHL. Attorney at Law Beiveb Dam, Kt. Perry WesterSeld, JOHN P. MORTON llAKTrOHl), KT. Special attention given to all business entrusted to hta care. Office in Court House. ATIORNEY AT LAW, fcJBBBy sBHiissssTsissstT aft aasjf Will practice his prolusion In all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special attention given to collection!. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. BEAVRIN, ACT OtNTLY ON THE SHELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY. Wilt practice bla profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals, Special attest tion given to all assignments in bank- ATTORNEY AT LAAV Kidneys, Liver and Bowels rAN5E5 the System ,. .EFFECTUALLY ruptcy. Attorney at Law HAUTFOKD, KY. col Ac. also Notary Publio lor Ohio County. Office North side ol public square. given to SPECIAL attention abstracts,, making JtfO. B. WILSON, TUALCONST'0 PERMANINTLt avr vat atriviru- -' Attorney at Law, Will practice bis profession In the the courts ol Ohio and adjoininr counties. Also Notary Publio. It. R. WEDDING Hartfobu, Kt. 2frt roa uiiaFgSyrvp(s tut sir u aauok tau ex vlZSfiCM w am, '?. RETRUUTHM WILL COME. Dolpb Berll. editor of the'WIHIams. burg Times, wrltesln hlepaper the Will practice bis profession in all following about the killing or Sand-lorthe Courts ol Kentucky. Special attention given to collection!, settle Telegrspic advices from Lexington, meat or decedent's estates, road cases Office np under date of last Saturday, state: and criminal practice. "Colonel John Sandford'a widow, Uir- - nest door to Griffin'sdrug store. who wss placed in the High Oaks sanitarium here several weeks ago, will be tried this afternoon for lunacy, AnORNEY and CUUNSCUOR at IAW, In order that she can be placed In the (NOTARY PUBLIC) State asylum, She has continued to KENTUCKY. HARTFORD,. Will practice his profession In all grow worse since comluf here, and thecouits ol Ohio and adjoining cou- from present symptoms she will not ncil and the Court of Appeala. Prompt live long. She has been gradually attention given to all business entrust-t- losing her mind ever since the awful his care. shock occasioned by the bringing Office in Republican building. home of her husband's bloody dead body, some years ago." V X, F3LIX. J. RDWIN HOWK. Colonel Sandford was the vlctljn of Goebel's revolver. Goebel la the per. sou who will try to steal the office ol Law, Attorney atKY. IlARTFOip, 153. JE. KTFTftTi, Dotalls by a Newspaper Man Familiar With theGoebel (Sandford Tragedy. J. S. R. Wedding, o Rowe& Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice In the CourU of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en. trustedjto our care. Office In Herald building. ATTORNEY AT LAW CKMTBBTOWN, HY. JOHN T. RONE, Will practice lu pratM.leaj la all ! court, erobla aad aWJelalaaeentillc and Cenrt al Appeal.. Bpaelal atlea llea given la callcelleit, OBIteln W. A. Roaa BolUlar. Attorney at Law, tTiirviM'inn TTv- Special attention given to all business cmrusieu ui nis care. Office In Court House. Attorney at Iaw Ky. Hartvobii, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly Office with T.J. Smith & C., Market Hlreot. R. E. LEE8IMMERMAN, Attorney at Law, IlARTFOHD, J. E. DAVIDSON, KV Will practice his profession la Ohio and adjoining couuties. Special attention given to all busmewen trusted to his care. Attorney Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining-countieCareful attention will be given to a Colbustness entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. s at Law, HARTFORD, KY. ATTORNEY- js. jz. VOBIMtVILLK. KKNTCtlHY. Will practice bis profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoinlug counties and Court of Appeals. Special at tention given to collections. Office next door to Post Office. BaBsaaBBeBBBBaSBBaiBaDB!il notoy, W, - AT - LA ..VtVliuiu l.k auHLliial a umm. .-- l.r?.ll;lwi.iMlil' r.w.u M4MMI BMMiBU milkWM H Assssssssssai dWJ. &muai& bbbb. r fl IA WSiaa. BaBBB) w- Governor of Kentucky. The editor of the Times was connected with th editorial department of the Cincinnati Tribune, at the time of the killing of Banker Sandford and was fully conversant with the'dctalla ol the affair, and for the benefit of readers of the pspcr, recites the leading incidents. Goebel and Sandford were enemies for years' standing, due to factional". Ism, in which Goebel took the part of rule of ruin. He legislated in manner to almost wreck several enter prises In which Sandford was interest ed. Then he started bank, (the one he now owns) and with the power and of the machine he had built, be withdrew the cityand county treasury deposits from Sandford's bank and had them placed in bis own bank. This led to the final fatal mix up. Sandford published a card denouncing Goebel and exposing his methods. Goebel retaliated with an other In which the vilest epithets were used, "Gonorrhoea John," being the nanseatlng appellation hurled by him at the banker. A few days later the tarn were on the street in front of Sandford's bank at the same time, Sandford had 'ascended the steps and was about to eater when Goebel called from the other side of the street 'there goes that bow," and crossed the street. Sandford heard the remark; and turned, recelvlpg the bullet that ended hta life. Witnesses said that as be turned he reached for his revolver and that Goebel fired la. seUdelence. Goebel was never indicted by the grand jury. Thesherlfl who sum tnoned the jury, died not long alter ward. The circuit judge who Instruct ed the jury, was subsequently deserW-- 1 ed by Goebel. Others who aided n' the exoneration of the Senator hae alnce been beheaded by hlui. When people go to the polls next NoYetnbcr, Iei (he,m remember the killing of Sandford In the prime of his life; ot the ruined home; ol the heatt broken widow, whose mind could not withstand the terrible shock that left her a helpless child treading the darkened corridors ot lite at the merer of her Divine Maker; ol the orphan son whose fature was wrecked; ol the treachery of Goebel to the Democratic patty, and of bts sin against God and his lellow man. Importance are discussed, prepared, and drawn up. For some time a constant "leakage." ot these confidential documents had been noticed, detec tlves bad been employed and Drey fua was tinder swpfclon. On October I, 1894, he was suddenly detached front the war ofBce fcad aervlce In the TUstyrsfastk MIlKalre, On rjrjtatBt,etlhe,Ecoi October 14 he received at his luxurious basse; nsar tbeTrocaderoaaara mon to attend at the ministry of war, and, he went tljere the aext morning. He was received by Major da Faty deClasa, who aald that he was very busy and asked the captain to help him by taking down a letter that he would dictate. There were three other persons In the room who were strangers to Dreyfus, and a circumstance that only struck him alterward an arrangement of mirrors by which his every movement and ex pression conld be seen by everybody present, Dn Faty then dictated to him the memorandum which alterward became famous as the bordereau. At one point Du Faty suddenly asked Dreyfus what was the matter, and asserted that his hand shook. Dreyfus replied that his hands were cold. Then he was left alone In the room and found a loaded revolver lying among some papers on the table beside him. Hall an hour later M. Cochefott head of the detective police, accompanied by Commander Henry ,0! the second bureau, entered, and Drey, (us was placed under arrest on the charge of high treason and taken to the Cherche Mldlprison, all the time protesting hta innocence. The order committing him was dated October t4, and the day before he was arrested or examined. On October 38 a hint of the arrest waa coaveyed to one oi the Paris newspapers and the next day an ambiguous note appeared In that journal asking If it 'were true that auilmpor-ta- nt military arrest had recently takes. place This set everybody talking, for In France anything concerning the army la considered of paramount; Importance. Wild stories were aft oat and the excitement reached fever heat when the news waa confirmed, on November 1, by the appearance of a brief official communication in all the papers, Dreyfus was kept in close confinement until December 6, when Demange,was allowed, his counsel, to see him. On December 19, Dreyfus wss arraigned before the court martial, which was held In the Con sell de Guerre bulldlug.opposlte the Cher-- . cbeTJIdl prison. Gr,tat crowds gathered to see him cross lhe street and Shouted. "Death to the traitor!" The trial was secret ead lasted until De cember as, when the court found the prisoner guilty and sentenced him to transportation for life, after being subjected to wljltary degradation. On the naming of January-- , the condemned man was ordered to on a captain's uniform that had beta specially prepared' bybavlng the lace on the cap, the red seams of the trousers! snd the buttons- and trimmings on the tonic taken oil snd then stitched on again strongly enough to stay (n ptace.bnt so loosely that they could easily be torn off. The sword that he wss made to buckle on had also been filed on each alde.about hall way down pt LEAN PEOPLE 'LaHHnJnalillB' ititan. Makssyatem- wsallHniiiilllm' atlo to 1 Wr iAIbTbV . wtikAeellh. CUttliniit fott catarrh any lvi jfvii net tfttr tf iv can., wktlly 1 ' Mra. U 101 Fllhaia and Ripley Bts., Montgomery Abli tails bar aapcrUnca wtb catarrh; pf l U stoat sadNhow s9i was A. JohnJiUm; be thla efortS' dlwatin ra from wT,1twfc.Trr---a , DEiilNii a clean akin, Ha Clean blood beautr without it. Caacartta, CanJjr Latsar-ti- o your blood an ktp U clean, by tl.aa itlrrlng up th laiy litrand drlrluf all from tb body. Utn tojfay to UnUlt ptniptta. boil, blotch., blackka4a, and that sickly bilious complexion by taklatf tan Caaearatv Maatr for --- emit. Ml 4ruf miatm IS 9S ftfl. itllfliaffm ' H.aatr .. ' A (I wUl state to yi--, tfct'X'hT; UWa 4fkt btUM otyow JVra-- n a aad rcjoloa to say. Ml two of 04 Mas Dr. Hsrtaaa,M y F4-ns- .' 14 And I SLTBtatV MHai haa'deoa ma nor gmA Uhmi say atadW pi: I hava araf taciv' ft say Mtt, J, prajurlba It to every one I meat who baM saaakls la, Is sufariaa;, t tha world, "aMl hava m4q assay whO'SMSMw rajittolBf 1 th ,kaT aWlrad grat foo wlaiofe from tha MnWT I can tell 'you that X amjalmoMt satlraly rcllarad ol ladige lloa, that eraatfoa whloh ha tortured eufa: ' . Maa-a-ll- kt P. eon-V.- ao saaAy yaars, puiythkas; la, Maa Data. SoaMUdaffaaU.'' I daalrsriMatH 'C a4 a at Is fntte, w , sf rVra-a it aalaartUaa Is Is a book m altrwals aoiarrk. t4a saUaahW kstaoa to hav Dr. Mart-bh- !i Sfaatal book lor yiomkm. or !, ThaMboofca Ba'MnSaiBaBssFf rBasyWWTa; wttW k '..!.. ... ,.IM L. Ba4iva BJVaaylta til" w ': W K the blade. He waa then searched assessed daring Uelr administration. handcuffed, placed In a prison van, 'Shortly after Gen. Taylqr" term ol and taken by a military jstcort to, the office commenced he discovered the Ecole Mtlitaire, where he waa march' fact, and at once said to the .member) between guards Into the center of a of the present board that the railroads hollow square of troops in the Isrge were liable under the law for this courtyard of the school. He had al- franchise tax. and that It waa the ready twice asserted bis Innocence to iduty of the board to make the assess- Captain Lebrun-Renau- d, who com- mem. ine roaas tor some time rei manded his guard. The morning was stated and insisted that the rulings of misty and rainy, and the courtyard the old board on the subject were t. was a muddy waste, round which The present board, following1 loomed the buildings with windows the written opinion "of Gen. Taylor, titled with faces, whlfe a vast etawd finally made an assessmenb for each that sarged and pnshed lathcavetUKS year since the present administration without, uttered loud and tscaadng: began. As soon as the assessments cries against the prisoner. had been made complete the railroads At exactly 9 o'clock the drums' of the State yielded, and without even ro11ed,.tke troops presented anas, and oflerlng resistance la thecouits. paid iKti&ttkV State Treasury franchise" played, the The sentence was read, taxes aggregatl ng about ftso.ooo. Dreyfus standing firmly with head. Another Important case successful. erect, his left hand resting os 4he ly prosecuted .was that Instituted pommel of bis, sword, nnd bis eyes against the Frankfort Chair Company, looking squarely In the eyes of Genwhich finally resulted, alter the most eral Qarraa, who cotamasded the stubborn litigation through alt the troops. Then a gigantic adjutant tore courts, In a recovery of and payment the triple band from the captain's cap, into the State Treasury of about $60,-- . d the buttons from his coat, the gold 000. The chair company was lace from the collar and sleeves, and' by Senator Lindsay, Judge the red stripes Ironr his trousers. As Pryor.T. L. Bdelen snd W. M. Smith; the adjutant flUBg them on the ground the State was represented by Gen. Dreyfus threw up his arm nnd Cried Taylor alone. In this case the State In a voice heard far beyond the limits achieved an Important victory, not bf the courtyard: "Ton are degrad only on account of the large sum of iug ail Innocent man. Ajuj live money Involved, but because of the Francel'' A roar ol execration answer I' vital principles oltaw to be determined edhlm: "Death to the trsltotl" and sa well. In this case lor the first the big adjutant roughly tore the tme in the history of this State, the sword belt from hlm,,wrenched the Appellate Court held that debtors of sword from Its scabbard, broke it the State could not plead In satisfacacross his knee, fluajt the fragments tion of their indebtedness set offi; on the ground and stamped nppu this, too, notwithstanding the fact them. Then, amid howla from the mat laonsanasoi aoiisrs 01 tnaeotea- mob without, the degraded officer, a inert to the State hsd heretofore been grotesque end lamentable figure in his extinguished In various litigations by defaced uniform, Was starched around such plena. Not before in the .history 'the hollow square, protesting his In. 01 me estate naa sny suit, involving nocence and crying JJ'tong live so great .an amount been prosecuted Francel" white the drums" 'rolled In In behalf of the State by an Attorney Order to drown his voice. Finally,, General without assistant counsel. after being photographed and meas Another Important snit managed ured as a criminal, he wis driven in by the Attorney General was the noted the prison van1 to us Santeprfson.and case' of the Commonwealth vs. the thence taken on January 1 9 to La Louisville Street Railway Company, Rochelle, where he wss embarked for the company being representedjby the neighboring Isle de Re, en which the Hon. St. John Boyle, the State la the prison wherein convicts sen finally succeeding In securing the teheed to transportation await their payment 'nto the treasury of over $30,-00Mobs all along the embarkation. f route sought to attack him, and the In 1897 a numberof corporations In guard ol gendarmes had tostrnggle Tennessee Instituted suit in the United hard to keep their prisoner from being States District Court' before Judge murdered. He was eventually taken Claik seeking to enjoin the collection to the Isle du DIable, off the coast of of taxes on over 70 per cent of their French Guiana. valuation, alleging no'reasons therefor that other personal property and Taylor's Reoord as Attornoy lands of that State had not been listed General. at more than 70 per cent of their cash vslue. In this case the corporation The principles laid down In Gen. succeeded In procuring the Injuctlon, Taylor's contentions were carried and Tennessee los.t thousands of dolthrough many local cases, and have lars of taxes. Some corporations In made the Attorney General's office a Kentncky, encouraged by the success buttress of practical strengt'a to the. of those In Tennessee, instltnted simaffairs. While party platforms State ilar suits against the Kentucky Board are adorned with crude generalities of Valuation and Assessment in the abont corporations, and Senator Goe- Untied States Court, and they were bel's stump speeches abound with referred to and tried by Judge Clark, threats of his Intentions towsrd them,-I- t before whom, notwithstanding he had Is Interesting to observe how, pes. sustained the corporations in the Ten Taylor, ia the quiet parsaance of his aessee codes, and that tnaay features duty, has forced corporations to bear of which were exact parallels of those their proportion of taxation under the ol the Kentucky cases, Gen. Taylor laws sa be found tkeas la force, aad won the cases for Kentucky, and the to lay down the special exemption Injunctions were dismissed. His sucwhich they had entrenched cess was attributed to his thorough An Important lllustrai work In getting up proof as to the asthemselves. tlon was his successful fight against sessments in this State. If he had the Southern Pacific Company. This pursued the course followed by the company's charter authorized it to Attorney General of Tennessee, Ken own railroad stocks, bonds, to lease, tucky would have undoubtedly lost own snd operate railroads. Thousthe suit and thousands ot dollars of ands of dollars were subscribed to this taxes. In Tennessee the Attorney by New Yptk capitalists, General relied alone on the law of the corporation notable among them being the' rail way esse, while In Kentucky Gen. Taylor magnate, Huntington The company most thoroughly prepared his case, leased many railroads in the West, and by great effort sustained his con. and boughf stocks and bonds ol many tcntlou with an abundance of proof. others. It hss never paid a dollar of It would be difficult to determine taxes from the time of Its creation un- the exact amount of taxattoa recovertil Gen. Taylor'a term of office com- ed Into the treasury of Kentucky and menced. He held that under the tax directly attributable to Gen. Taylor's laws of the State, that company sheald eflo'rU. It lassie tossy, however, be assessed. His view. In this regard thai It does not fall below $350,000, was doubted by msny eminent law- aud'lt la estimated it will aggregate yers of the State, bat having glvea nearly half a million dollars for the the matter an exhaustive Investiga- term of office. As large as the sum tion, he Instituted suit in the Frank- - is, It la dwarfed Into Insignificance llq Circuit Court for the purpose of when compared with the benefits to recovering penalties against the comaccrue to the State hereafter, necespany in order to compel it to list. sarily resulting from the decisions alThat great corporatfoa wafe represent- ready obtained and the construction ed by very able lawyers, Including ol rights won by Gen. Taylor's InIfeun, Humphrey j& Davie, of the domitable courage and application, Louisville bar, bat finally realizing that there wss no alternative save to Spain's Groatost Nqod. list, or be mulcted with penalties, the company did, report to the Board of Mr, R. P, Ollvla.of Barcelona, 9 pain VsJnatloa, snd waa assessed for each spends his winters at Aiken, 8. C. year, beginning wtth893, oa i,ooo, Weak nerves hsd caused severe pains 000 worth of pronetty, from which In the. back of his besd. On using source nearly $jt,ooo of 'tsxes have Klectrtc Bitters, America's greatest been realised already, and Itwlllfeo Blood and Nerve Remedy, all pain coatlaue to pay as long as Its charter soos lett him, He says this grand exists. medicine is what bis country needs, In 1891 the Legislature passed an all Xmertca knows that It cures liver a aad kidney trouble, purifies the blood act requlrlag the Stats Hoard of sad Assessment to sssess lor toals up the stomach, strengthens tazatjo the ksnchlaes of the various the nerves, puts vim, vigor and bcw I llfo'iate every muscle, ' serve and railroad tks Ptate, V " kswM, sack rallFsad tar".rke State orfsa of the body, If weak, tired or aillsg yoa need It. livery bottle sasda aaaMUr to the. Auditor a of all Hs property. Auditor Nor. guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by mm tad hi associates oa the board J. K. Williams, Dregglst. laim aetwltBstaBdlag tk law. hi Taar Hav.lt VUi EtwcrU. Mm Dm sslaHWcW ware sot liable for Oaajar Caaaartk, for. Maatlaattoa jl taUfAsl . LauaLIu 4aV ssrBfwaai nspsj Jt JfJtWsWrsOT tPsKta aF"T wsasysjaa tBSBkaV SfUJ. HV.SSK MU.fM.aaaHwrcor-rec- CHURCH MEN AND F0LITIC8. Tho Plain Duty of Christians In Publio Affairs. To the Ministers of Kentucky: With a profound respect foraU minis ter of the gospel snd a deep rever ence for sll the teachings ol the Holy Bible, we beg a serious audience with you for a few moments. The excitement which Is now shak. Ing our Stale from center to clrcum ference, produced by the proceedings of the late so called Democratic convention In Lonlsvllle, has enlisted the feelings ot almost every man on one side or the other, and it behooves every lover of morality, who hss the welfore of his State jaAyBatefIty at heart, t6 ssk himself the question: What Is the cause of all this tumult? What does all thla mean? Whither are we drifting? Why ia our political condition so corrupt thst ministers and otber trnly religious people are afraid to go to the polls and vote, or even raise their voices on the subject, for fear all decent people will look upon them as degraded snd befouled as with the vomit of the carrion crow? The answer is found in the fact that ministers and church members keep away from primaries, conventions and the polls and abandon the whole matter to political tricksters, robbers, bums and thugs, and as an eminent divine hss recently said: "Why the decent men of all parties do not rise up, take this mstter Into their own bands and relegate to the rear the whisky drinking, boodle element puzzles' us very much. Unless there Is a reformation on political lines a revolution will be the inevitable result. But are not christian people who keep away from the primaries and conventions largely to blame for the existing state of thing? Let them mend their ways or. repent in sackcloth and ashes." ; It does not require the ken of a prophet to see that the trend of political affairs In our State will ultimate n the disfranchisement of the people. The seed sown in Music hall Is sure to produces harvest ol poisonous fruit unless the honest people rise and put the seal of their condemnation upon the Inqultous practices of the political demagogue. The crisis has come, the issue Is upon ns, and It must be met, and It is dot too much to .say that God will not hold ns guiltless II we stand by influwith sealed lips snd ences and see ur sacred rights crushed by the political dictator, and the temple of our liberty torn down by ruthless and crime stained hands. The daring of political adventurers has already reached thst point where they proposed that the overwhelming majority shsll yield to the dictation ol a small minority; yes, even to one man. This is digging up of the very foundation stone upon which the temple of our liberty rests.and will lead to of such laws as will suit the thugs and thieves who put them in play, while we christian people stand back and say; "I csn't afford to have anything to do with It; my character will be contaminated by It," and it will grow from bad to worse, until (as is nearly tne esse now) a decent woman wilt hardly dare to wslk the streets slone, or the farmer to his work in the field, or the laborer to his toll, free from fear of assassins by the way. The crimson has many a time come to my cheeks as men of the world have christian people accused the of being to blame for the existing state of affairs, and we have secretly felt that it was only too true. They say: "You complain of gambling, of the description of the Sabbath, of all the deus ol vice so common In the community; why don't you help to nominate and elect good men and true, who are above the ting and the machine; who will conserve the Interests of the whole people, that we may be prosperous, virtuous and happy?" Yoa aayi "Oh, I vote for the candi date of my patty." But did It ever occur to you that in voting for the man you are Indorsing bis methods? We see a man who aska us to vote for him for Governor who secured his nomination by deception and fraud and corruption, aad who, with only about two tenths ol bis patty In his lavor, disfranchised, 3SJ0I the delegates who were the only representatives of the people, and put In their stesd irresponsible persons committed to vote for blm, and that being d Be, line the hall and stage with armed po lice and desperate men. to make himself your candidate by force. We ask you as honest,, not to say christian men, Can yoa Indorse all thai? Yet you must do It In order to lavor the man. II you are Democrat let me say to you that at Lexington, on the 16th day of August, the Democratic patty, with marvellous unnnlmlty.placed be. fore the people ol Kentucky for Governor, a man of stainless character and unsullied record In the person of the Hon. ex Governor John Yonsg Brown, who Is a proper rtprtssBtatlvt rglMmbd tuteela-cRolytn- iepre-sente- all honest men must join or surrender to all that is evil In political conduct. I am glad to Inform you that of the hundreds of letters I am receiving from ministers throughout the State, No woman can be too careful of they are practically unanimous In their condemnation ol the fraud and her condition during the period Before har little ones are born. Neglect corruption thst marked the nominaor Improper treatment then endantions at Music hall; and how could gers her life and that of the child.' It they do otherwise and be true minis Ges with her whether she shall suffer ters of the pure and holy Nazarene? unnecessarily, or whether the ordeal easy The few answering me adversely shall be made comparatively than 'da She had better do nothing would not constitute a corporal's something wrong. assailguard. And yet we are being ed by newspapers and stump speakers If we date to do our whole duty. Witness the beloved Kerfoot, "the latchet of whose shoes" his assailant "is unworthy to unloose." Is the one and the only preparatlsa As for those who slsnder me, I say tnat is sate to use. is a usiracai tolhem: ""1 am doing a great workT that'ticaetrates from ta oetwdo. External applications are eternally so thst I cannrX come down; why riorht. Internal merlldnea ant ram- should the work cease whilst I leave Colly wrong. They are more tha it and come down to you?" humbugs they endanger life. j Mother's Friend helps the muscles H. R. Colrman, to relax and expand naturally re Louisville Ky. morning- sickness removes , lieves and head- Yonng Wife- - I'm going to make the cause of nervousness and ri.ifi? ache nrevents hard nice steak and kidney pudding, for breasts shortens labor and lessens supper the pains and helps the patient to Young Husbn d (with recollections rapid recovery. La., From of the last one) Ahem! I did Intend woman: a letter by a Shreveport, been using yotif to bring a friend home remedy, Mother's Friend. wonderful Young Wife Well, so much the for the last two months, and find H just as recommended," better. The more, the merrier. Young Husband All right I will DrasxUta Mil It at f t per battte. fetch him alonjr,. He seived me a Trig BRADFIELD REOULATOR CM mean trick liinfself once. Bosten ATLANTA, QA. J for our fr. Ulnttraltd book, ' Traveler. UBoTn." Be Careful MOTHER'S FRIEND it - "I-hav- o 8d "Bf.rBbr S That Throbbing. Headache Would quickly leave you, If you used Dr. King's New Life Fills. Thousands of sufferers haye proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves snd build Up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 35 cents. Money s, buck if not cutcd. Sold by J. H. Druggist. Wilt-lam- FOOLED HIS WIFE. ButhoCatoredto horChlataln Solonco Nations. 0. be-bi- A near sighted man had been married for 20 years when he awoke to find that his wife had becomea violent Cbrlstaln scientist. She wss very sincere In her belief, and he waa very confident in the knowledge that when she waa In earnest, argument was of no avail. So when she told him that It was a sinful Idea for him to think tkat be would not see without his glasses, what was he to do? He did not like to be considered sinful in his wife's lovely eyes, and he did not dare to disobey. Therefore he put aside his glasses, aud I have seen, him 40 times rubbing his cose sgalnst a newspaper while pretending to read about happenings oi the day. Now, this man wss a weak man or a strong msn, according to the way we look at hlra. He waa a successful man ot affairs snd prosperous In his business. In that he was not weak. He would do anything to secure peace and happiness. In this, It may be, he was not strong, At any rate, he put aside his glasses at home. "How the deuce," I ssld to myself, "does he attend to his buslnes? f He must have all his letters read to blm." But he did not. This diplomatic and hnmble partner of the woman who held that all were Imaginary and tor nftj- Cots. all efforts to correct physical defects GainalMd tobacco habit cure,mkw waak and limitations sinful, read his bust- -' rata sirens', blood pure, too, SI. All druc f lit ness letters the same as before I for Cbllia through glasses, and his newspaper, ' The Boat Is 'rcriptlou Grove's Tast-lea bottle of and Fever too. He bad kept what might bei Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; called a spectacle route. He keptt then why experiment with worthies at his barber shop, at his ( imitations? Price, 50c. hard-headed bard-headed you--there club and at his office. At these placeaf he had veritable eyeglass debauches. But, at home he was as blind as a bat I don't know whether or told many lies to the gentle but positive partner oi his joys. I mever asked him, because I did not wish ta less venUl lie be responsible for than the others there were. Oho night I was a curious attendant at what might be called an experience band. meeting of this My friend's wife was one of the speak ers. Shttold'of the eyeglass miracle, and the back of my friend's neck got as red as fire. I did not see his face, but I am sure he suffered like the dickens In t4o knowledge that his deception was he cause of his wife's misstatements. Bat she was happy. And he could not fall to secure hsppfness In coabIag her to attain a place among the very elect of the cult. Was the deception a venial sin? think that he was very wrong; that it was his duty to convince his wife of her error, and so restore the same) equilibrium. people never did But know bow to get along with ycry soft- - headed people, and so In Instances such as this their views are not Besides, worthy of consideration. people, according' very to my observation, are never very happy themselves, while they have a capacity to spread unbapplness out of all proportion to the value of the good thst they try to do. I do not preach the doctrine of do Ing evil that good msy come of It, bnt I do believe that sometimes only is a aav-- . sometimes, mind Ing righteousness In the harmless wrongdoing which spares another at the expense of the sinner. John Gilmer Speed in New York Weekly Criterion. not-Tie faith-healing I ss Boils and Pimples Give Warning. When Nature is ovsrtextd, sks has) bar own war of civuur notice that assist-anoa is needed. tiha doe not aak for help until it ia bnpoaelbU) to get along without mature is Bolls and pimple are an Indication that it. tha system is accumulating Impurities wulo EfiD UEI Q oast be gotten rid ot ; they are an urgent appeal for aaaUtaaoa a warning taai can noi sareiy t ignorea. I un nii.l t- . To neglect to purify the blood, at thla Urns means mors than the aanoyaaos ot paiaful boils and IX theee impurities aft allowed to unsightly pimples. remain, tha system succumbs to any ordinary illness, and Is unable to withstand tb soany ailment which are so prevalent during spring aad summer. airs. L. OentiU, M&! Seooad Avenue. Seattle, Wash, was afflicted for a long time with pimples, which JasaaW-Jsayst 4sV were-varsanoyisg, as they dlaflxured my face fearfully. maay other rasaedies in vain. B S. 8. prtmptly After aad thoroughly cleaaied my blood, and now I rejoloe in a good campUxloa, which I never had before." Cast W. 1L 0unUp,ofUeA.O.B. aSBBBew .efaBBBBBBaV K. A. CkaUanoora. Tenn.. write! 8Teral boil and carbuncles broke out upon ms, causing , treat rain and annoyance. My blood seemed to be la seemed to do. V eTB a riotous oondltlen, andof nothing I took me completely ft B. 8. cured sVmU any good. Six bottle perfectly purs ever slnoe.' been aad say stood has IUI UMJHURBJ IH IIUCllllMffi fteM TU1T tMVrl infll mum "I ar uaf A JL S- A aal ,K '". . 1 8. S. FOR THE BLOOD a4 tt aad d(44t at (, i the bet blood remedy, because It is purely jssjstobas only on that is absolutely free from potoh and laetcurr. M ua nroaaptlr puriaee the blood and thoroughly cleanse the system, bull the taairal health and strength. II cure Scrofula, EoMBia, Canoer. sthaani. Mam' Tetter. Bolls, Sores, sto., by going direct to the cause of tie tsoaHs Hi olthsjssdlasvlteWswTokwWaai Hartford Republican. rrlilr )hi ii.iHrioiuti'Kiti.iHiiiMiioni'ANY liMiril . Incorporatod. 1 FON ROOKRS, tlvo would acept a suggestion, we would say, that there Is no danger of that skinning process. Tho Democratic nominee, liko n emu ml hojf. has Been his shadow and has nut Jccn sceu tlnco the afternoon nl tliu convention, OOEBEL A Comparison of the Ohio , and Goebel Election Laws. Having learned that the Herald had procured a copy of the Election Law of the Stale ol Ohio and knoivirfg the relative merits of that law and the Goebel law, The Republican challenged that journal to give to the public a comparison'of the two laws or discuss their relative merits. Tho proposition for a discussion and comparison of the two laws was made with a pure motive and a nobis purpose in view. It is the policy ot The Beimtiujoan to discuss questions of interest to the people honestly and featlewly, ever keeping in view its relation to the public, with strict adherence to the truth. One thing may be depended upon ami that is that The Republican will not commit Itself to any policy or advocate any measure until it knows that it is upon the side of right and that the rectitude of its position is sustained by reasons plain and fair. Its policy does not1 change with the changing of tho winds and its editors never refuse, with a flimsy, weak, ungrounded excure, to squarely meet any issue which may be presented. Before the Herald was asked to discuss the relative merits of the election laws in question, Tun Republican was as sure that its.side was and is right as the public is now sure that the Herald's excuse is flimsy and unfounded and its editor cowardly. As to the c irrectness and validity Of the Herald's excuse, no one ever dreamed but the cowardly hand that wrote it. Tho fact of the business is that the truth is against the Herald and it well knows An-- j firm stand. With a copy of each of the laws before him, the fairness of the one being as plaiu and clear as noon-dand the unfairness and fraud of the n inability to meet the rgsue; other also being as evident as his own why should he stumble into a trap especially laid for him? Why wonder at his excuse! The drowning will grab at a straw. From the following comparison ot the most important features ot the Ohio and Goebel election laws, it will be plainly seen that the grounds leit for the Many of the champions of advocate of the Goebel law is untenable. law sought to justify its enactment by comparing it to the Ohio law and by the declaration that it wsb a mountain bearer to fraud and cotruption in elections. At the time it was enacted at least 75 per cent, of the county judges were Democratic, and, of course, 75 per cent, of the election officers were favorable to Democracy if partial to any party. So that claim is groundless. The following are the most important and vital features of the Goebel and Ohio Election Laws: ay self-know- election law. OHIO ELECTION LAW '' CENTERTQWN, KY. 4c Ir is moved by Mr. Wallersoii and seconded liy the Kenton Uoss that tho Off loo on FoxStroot. only issue before the people In Ken tucky to day is Goebel ngaiuit the Jj. Subscription, $1 per year In advance AN. II. It Co. What a strange idea. How intelligent men can continue to at Hartlord Bntered at the tiaouer. vimy ami ueiarne mo woru class mall matter. as second truth. Who ovtr heard of a statesman or an intelligent journalist pub SEPTEMBER I. FRIDAY, licly quarreling with a railroad com pany? The man that stands before an intelligent audience and proclaims that the political fight iu Kentucky is only the L. & N. against Goebel is an idiot and thou'd he in the immediate care of a body guard. post-office Jno II. Thomas, US. j RDITi be pt different political parties and like difference between the, sheriff and clerk of olcctlons. But, the samo seclioti provides tliat at any tfmo without any cause, any officer ofelec tlon may be removed by tbb County Board and his successor appointed without regard to his politics. There Js not one word said about what his politics shall be. lie may be a member of any political party. This statoment may bo questioned, but a clear examination will show the statemint to be true. supervisors for any coUnty, upon whom a duty is, imposed by law, wl o shall wilfully and neellcentlyvlolate his said duty, 'or who shall wlllully neglect to periotm sucn amy, or wno vlltully perform it in sueh-- wayns to hinder the oiircts ot the law, or who shall wilfully disobey any pro- Vision of the In Incumbent on him, shall be punished by a line or not less than one hundred dollars, nor more than one thousand dollars, pr by Imprisonment In jiil not more than one year, or both, ' TKNALTY l'OR NEOLKCT OF DUTY. 'rsrJ? i" REPUBLICAN TICKET. ton HHlNO!.' ' Ilnllrr Co n my. MMITKANT.On.HMlt, FOR rosxasr sj jlxigtca t.z. t Dr.MOcnACY iu Kentucky is running at a very low ebb just now.- - Htrango to say the Goebel leaders are invent- Sec 31. Any public officer upon whom a duty la Imposed by this act who shall wilfully or negligently vlo late his said duty; or who shall wlllully neglect td perform snch duty, or who shall wilfully perform it in such a way as to hinder the objects of this act, or who shall wlllully disobey auy provisions of this act, shall be punished by a fine of not less thsn fifty dollars nor more than one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment in jail not more than one year, or by both I such fine and imprisonment. the-sta- te We are suffering considerably from the excess! e heat, which has been on Jys for.thc past several days, but we are not cat down at nil. Our Wheat crop was tolerably goad, corn and tobacco very good. The plcnio bllltd for here the soth vas a fallntt ! the goods tailed to get here and the result was a large crowd udly disappointed. MrMP, II. Ross, who has been sick fir quItiT awhile, is Improving slowly. Mr. h C Brown is recovering Irom trouble caused by n stray bone in one of his)egs. Mr. Andrew Wade is very ill with rheumatic trouble, but is thought to , he some belter. Mr. Robert James Jias accepted a the store; of L. C. position as cierk-iBrown & Co. ,r Our: ntvtephonellne from here by Ceralvo to- - Hartford is now in working-11 b coming Is often looked for Tlie-hnhr'ward to' M a time of dread anil danger. women are liiijslonlly unfit to lie- jiauy They ore alck and vrvult cume mothers. 'J In n wonnnly vmy and ntay well look with four lovranl the time of maternity. intelligent preparation for this time M most essential. An athltte " trains " for months Iwfore his trial. Most women do not " train " at alt and yet their trial aa severe the ii to be fifty limes athlete's. order, , nl Irfiulovlllr. FOK ftKL'RETAKY OV KTATK, ol Kiioxt'nnnly. FOR ATTOI1M.Y CUFTOIT T. ul lloiMli'olllllJ. AuniToii, raiTT, lFM.lt A I., ton nut ol Ilmirlinii r.ilinl). TJiKAMiiim, ol llrtnitiltt i'onnly. ol I'nmpbrll Connly. K KIR CIIJl'H OF AGIIII VI.Tl'RE. C.A.r'T'.J ."W. XXXlOC2COXKreaT ol I'Mjrlir (nniily. FonntllT. IM1III.IO I.NHTRUtTlO.t, yoxxrr xv3-xi3zx- t ol Ilnllrr family. FOll RF.Ilir.SETATl E, iroxr. zz. c. l Denver limn. FOR MAtllNrilAIE. CJlSS. FOR NTATt. SESATOII, XT. V. TZO"VTJTlZ3. . c. rsratrotnr. ol llantlec. ol Jingo. FOR '.VSTAIll.r, JT.WIT. ing every imaginable plan to influence the honest voter to cast his ballot for robber and outlaw, that William Goebel. They fail to got enough speakers on the stump and ac tually publish imaginary speeches. List Monday, the Louisville Times gave a brief synopsis of a speech that ia yet to be delivered. Capt. W. T. Ellis wbb billed tospeakatOwensboro August 28th, the court house bell was rung, but Ellis failed to make his appearance ; perhaps it was because he bad failed to draw any crowd, but it is generally understood in Daviess that Capt. Ellis and "Hoorey" Woodson are the only Goebelites in Owcnsboro, for this reason his audieuce consisted of "Hoorey" and his stafl. Notwithstanding this fact, the Louisville Time represented Mr. Ellis as delivering death blows to John Young Brown. The Times even gave a cut of Capt. Ellis. A man may sometimes lie to a good advantage, but such a this only tends to hasten bis downfall. If a man, like Capt. Ellis, fails to get an audience in his borne city, it seems useless for him to venture from home. It is quite likely that the people do not know the Captain away from home so well as they do at home and he may succeed in getting a hearing about frost time. man-slaye- r, GOEBEL ELECTION LAW. Its present session elect three Commissioners who shall be styled "The State Board ot Election Commission era." They shall hold office for a term ot lour years, and until their sue cessors are elected and qualified; they shall be .citizens and electors ol Ken tucky, and not less than twenty five years old; in the year one thousand nine hundred and two, and every foutth year thereafter the General Assembly shall elect such Commissioners. Said Commissioners shall quail fy by taking before the clerk ol the Court of Appeals an oath iaithlnlly to perform their duties according to law Ol such qualifications said clerk shall make a certificate, which shall be noted upon the record of the proceedings ot said Board and preserved among the records. Said board shall elect one ot its members chairman, who shall preside at its meetings; it snan appoint a secretary wno snau hold office during the pleasure oi the Board. The Board shall prescribe the duties of the Secretary and fix bis compensation, which shall not exceed two hundred and fitly dollars per annum. The Board shall keep a record olits acts, orders, findings, judgments and all oi its proceedings. A major! ty of said Board shall constitute a quorum lor the transaction of all bus Iness ol tbe Board, ana a majority 01 said board may make any order, find Inc. indement. or to do any act or thing that the Board is authorized or empowered to make or do. If a va cancy occurs In said Board whilst the General Assembly is in session, said vacancy snail be tilled by election by the General Assembly. If a vacancy or vacancies occur in saia uoarp whilst the General Assembly is in va cation, the same shall be filled by ap pointment by tlie remaining memoer or members ot said Board. Resignations from said Board shall be in writing, directed to the Board and filed among the records thereof. J 1. The General Assembly shall at were hot times in the Old Town Saturday night. There A MINISTER IN POLITICS. A prominent man in Central Kentucky, a minister by profession, an expounder of the truths contained in the Holy Bible by practice and in We don't understand how Mr. habit a follower of him, the martyr can be against the Goebel Bill (or all mankind, for truth and justice and yet Rupport him, unless it is in and for thegloiificaticnof the Father, epite of him. declares that be is for Gbcbcl and will of Can some good, intelligent Demo- take the stump to foster the cause Messrs. O'Neal and fraud, treachery, rascality, vice, cor crat explain why incendiarism Davis are to be removed from the ruptioo, manslaughter, and all maimer of crime, by auppirtt Jefferson county triumvirate. iug the nominee of the Louisville It is becoming a fact that the Goe- menagerie. This revered brother bel organB are becomiug so accustommay be an honest citizen, a consecrated to bending the truth that they ed christian and a sincere Democrat. never leave the truth in its normal We givo him credit for all, but we challenge his ability to choose a good form. cause in choosing the side of Goebel, Times sa)s that all good DemThe yet it is his privilege to so decide.-Oocrats in the nation arc for Goebel. being asked to state his reasons for Times kindly inform the pubWill the supporting the Democratic nominee lic whether or not all good Democrats be said: are for Wm. Jennings Bryan? First Because he is the regular Ho.v. John H. McLean was nomi. nominee of the Democratic party. Second Because he stands squarenated on the first ballot for Governor by the Democratic convention held at ly on the Democratic platform, not Znnesville, Ohio, Aug. 30. Nothiug only indorsing, but ably defending, is more certain, this side of the known, every plank thereof. Third During his whole legislative than his defeat in November. career he has ever been on the side of The editor of the Qrayson Gazelle the people and against all trusts and says he prefers staying at hurae sawing combines. wood and cussiu' Republicans to goFourth Because he was mainly ing into the fight for Goebel. Good iostiumcntal in defeating the L. and for the editor, his choice will be en N. railroad in its efforts to abolish the vied by many a ho are afraid to ex Railroad Commntission, through which the said railroad was forced to pay press their convictions. taxes on 83,000,000 worth of proper England is on the eve of war with ty, which had theretofore escaped taxher colonies iu South Africa. It is be ation. lieved that war is inevitable. With the , Fifth Because by his defeat Jo C. rlamee of battle aglow in tho Orient, S. Blackburn's chances for election no philosopher can conjecture its to the United States Sonate would be It is possible that the whole greatly imperiled, and I am for Jo map of Europe would be materially Blackburn first, last and all the time. changed. Sixth Becauso by his election the grand old Commonwea th will be re Tufbday'h Diipatch accused Col. deemed from Republican misrule. Watterson of having told another lie. Seventh Because he has the cour That's too bad, but it will never find age of'his convictions and will stand the way to Henry's conscience, be- by Ihrm, nntwilbstaneing all the cause it got mixed up with others abuse and contumely his enemies may scrambling for admission. Henry says heap upon him, he can't entertain them, and the pub-li- e His first reason is not worthy of a need not expect him to stand to all politician much less a minister. The his contracts. second is no better than the first, from the fact that the platform might be By remaining silent, Goebel and ever so corrupt. For the third and Coulter virtually admit that thecharge fourth all Kentucky seriously disputes. published in the Dispatch, relative to Tie fifth reason together with the the Campbell county delegation traud other two, Is as poor at the speeches and forgery, is true. If it be false and will be which be may deliver. It they were honorable men tbey would these be good and valid reasons-fo- r a institute a libel suit against the Louis minister to ofler for his entering such ville Dupaleh. Their silence speaks a political scramble we admit that the huder than words. light oi heaven and the age of reason Esrncui, attention is called to a have failed us, and before any minis comparison, In another column, ol the ter should abandon his muse for an. Goebel Election Law to the election other far inferior to that of Messiah, law of Ohio. No roan should be so he should fulfill his mission. prejudice and narrow in his concepA Frightful Blundor tion as to reluko to read those quota-ti- o Will olten a horrib'e 'Burn, The comnicntMs based on the Scald, Cut or ciuse Bucklen'a'Arni-c- a s Bruise, Is true and merits careful and Salve, the best In the world, will law and kill the pain and promptly heal It prayerful consideration. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, all Skin Repiiuentative Jaiinaoin would Dolls, Felons, Corns, on earth. Erup tlons, Best Pile cure Only like to know where his oppouent will 25 cts a box. Cure guaranteed, begin skinning? If tho lteprcsenta- - Sold by J. II. Williams, Druggist. Do you have the latest? Jo. C, S. is the sardine of Democ- Blackburn racy. Wat-teno- n n It will be Been from the above that tho State Board of Election Commis sioners may all be of the same politi cal party and are not made by Statu tory provisions responsible or amen able to anv tribunal for its acts. No power is lodged any where to effect the removal of any member of the board, it matters not how great an offense against common decency and the people's rights he may have committed. State Board ol Election Commissioners shall annually, not later than the month ot September, appoint three election commissioners lor each county in this Commonwealth, who shall be styled the "County 2. Said Board ol Election Commissioners;" such County Election Commissioners shall be citizens and electors oi the county for which they are appointed, and shall not be les than twenty five Any member ol years old, such County Board may be at any time removed from office by the State Board ol election commissioners I 3 Said. County Board shall an nually not later than the month of October, appoint for each election precinct in the county, two judges, one clerk, and one sheriff of election, to act as such In their precinct, all of whom shall be discreet, qualified vot ers of the precinct for which tbey are appointed, and shall hold their offices until their successors are appointed and qualified and so long as there are two distinct political parties in this Commonwealth, the judges, clerk and sheriff of election, in all elections by the people, under the Constitution and laws ot the United States, and ua der the Constitution and laws ot this Commonwealth, shall be sp selected that one if the judges and appointed at each place of voting shall be of one political party, and the other jade ol a difl rent party; and there shall be the like difference at each voting place between the sheriff and clerk of elec Said County Board of tlon Election Commissioners may at any time remove from office any election offices and fill the vacancy thus 00 civloned, And said County Board may at any time fill any vacaucy in the office ot election officer. It will be observed from the extracts that the Election for the several counties of the State may all be of oge political party and may at any time without, cause, bo removed by the State Board whose members are not responsible for their conduct. The law provides that the judges of the election snail lore-goi- ng The most important features oi the laws in queition lummed up are; The Goebel law provides that the elections of shall be controlled by an election commission coniposed oi three men appointed ( the General Assembly for a period of four years. These officers have a prescribed duty to perform, but are not in any way restricted by tbis law, no authority to be amenable to, not bonded as a guarantee ot good conduct, no penaltiet t The state board is vetted with authority to appoint three election commissioners for each county. These county commis toners, like the state election commissioners, may all be of one and the same otitical party. They may be removed at any time without any came whatever, by the state board. LTbey, too, are not restricted by any provision of this law as to penalty 0r- They have authority imprisonment for misconduct or malfeasance in office to appoint precinct election officers, and may remove them at anytime f they wish. Nono ot tho election officers under this law aie subject to its direct provisions. The Ohio election laws provide that the secretary ot state, shall be supervisor of elections. The state supervisor shall appoint four deputy stato supervisors for each county who shall bo divided equally between the two leading political parlies and who may be removed only for "misfeasance or OHIO ELECTION LAW. Sec. 2, By virtue Ol his office the jnalfeasauce in office or other good and sufficient cause." ior bad and wil secretary of state shall be the state su- ful conduct they are subject to a penalty oi from 8100 tn 91, 000 or imprisonpervisor of elections, and in addition ment in jail not more than twelve months, or both. The deputy stite suto the duties now imposed on him by law, shall perform the duties of such. pervisors shall appoint four judges and two clerks for each voting precinct omce as denned herein. who shall be the election officers of snch precinct. These officers hold office Sec 3 On or .before the first Mon one year, nnless sooner removed, which may be done for neglect of duty, day in August, 1892, snch state su- malfeasance or misconduct in office. The judges and clerks aro equally di- pervisor shall appoint four deputy state supervisors for each county in f vided between the two leading parties and are likewise subject to a penalty of duty or misconduct, ot from 850 to 81,000 or im this state, who shall be qualified elec. I, for . T. tors oi the county for which appoint pnaunmeut . one year in .11 ur uu.u 4 auu J unu uupneuuiucuw jan, ed. For the first appointment, two This is stubborn truth and not false fabrications. These are the plain members shall be appointed for a term of one year, aad two tor a term of two facts which the Herald would have had to meet in comparing or discuKsirrg1 years from th first Monday in Au the two laws. These facts form the ground tor the HoaWs refusal and its gust, 1892. One member so appoint flimsy, low, and unbecoming excuse i a base, cowardly makeshift. ed for one year and one lor two years, shall be from the political party which cast the highest number of votes at Con. Taylor on tho South Trim-bi- o lti perpetration, yet it must be per the last preceding November election He knew that Mr. Thorn p Lottor. , formed. lor governor or secretary of state. The son, an ex Confederate soldier, would other two members shall be appointed In this connection let me read yon Indignantly refuse to commit the pro from the political party which cast the next highest number of votes for two letters that as aptly reveal the In- posed outrage; hence Trimble's adsuch other officer at said November famies of the Goebel law as anything vice, "Refuse to act." What else Mr election. Thereafter appointments ahall be made annually for two depnty that has ever been said or written. Trimble? "I hsd a talk with Judge state supervisors for each county for The writer of the first letter was a Pryor on the subject." What subthe term 01 two years, winch appoint member of the General Assembly that ject? Wbst is Mr. Trimble Utklng ments shall be from two political par- passed the law, and u now the nomi' about? "City eleciionscsnnot be won ties which cast the highest and next nee ot the Democratic patty for re with a fair count." Therefore, "Ins highest number ot votes at the last unreliable. Republican preceding November election lor gov election. He thoroughly understood competent, ernor or secretary or state. All va- the purpose of its author and the ob- - judges will have to be appointed, and cancies shall be filled and all appoint ject ol the measure, and was one of its their tight to indicate will have to be ments to new terms made irom the most ardent advocates. Listen to the ignored. "- political party to which the vacating or member belongs, unless letter and the answer thereto; Duly Food Man and Stood." there be a third political party which Frankfort, Ky., Aag. 13. 1898 Mr. cast a greater number of votes in this W. E. Thompson, Frankfort, Ky. Feed your perves, also, if you would state than did the party to which the My Dear Thompson: I will preface have them strong. The blood is the It, iwintiinta liw aavlncr fttila retiring member belonged, at the next preceding November election, in which that vou haven't a better friend in feeder and sustainer oi the whole vacancy shall be filled from Franklin county than lam, and it is nervous system. Men and women event the sucn third party. Any aeputy my friendship lor yon that I write who are nervous are so because their state supervisor may be removed by this letter. You were indicated by the nerves are starved. When tbey make the state supervisor (or misfeasance County Committee as one of the Elec- their blood rich and pure with Hood's or malfeasance in office, or other good tion Commissioners lor tbis county. No better man could have been ap Sarsaparilla their nervousness disapand sufficient cause. pointed, but it is an unenviable post- - pears because the nerves are properly It appears from the above quota tlon, and one that yon shouia not ac. fed Hood's Sarsaparilla never dis- tion that the secretary of state togeth- cept. Our county is all right safely r er with four deputy state supervisors Democratic, but city elections caunot be wou with a fair count, and you . Hood's Pills cure constipation, 25c. for each county have control of elecknow that as well as I do. Incompe-- 1 Field & Son havtsecured an extra tions in Ohio. It will be observed tent, unreliable Republican judges that the four deputy state supervisors will have to be appointed. The right stable and now have ample ;oom to who acMmmodate aU their customers. aro equally divided between tho two of the Republicans to indicate -- P attention and the best of leading political parties and can only be removed for "misfeasance or mal- tion Commissioners will have to do feed lor your bprses. feasance in office, or other good and this, or receive the ill will of the city Democrats. I would not do it, for I sufficient causer Their head also, could not conscientiously do so, and I the secretary of slate, is amenable to know that you would not; therefore my advice to you is to refuse to act the laws of tho state for his conduct. I bad a talk with Judge Pryor on the Sec 6 At least ten days before any subject, and he said II you would se annual or general election, the deputy to act he would appoint any one supervisors ol each county shall, when that we might indicate, which would vacancies exist, appoint, In alf pre be Ben Marshall. Yon know Ben Is ducts in which the voters arc not so partisan that he thinks that anyregistered, four fudges and two clerks thing is right that helps the Demoot election, residents ol the precinct crats. Think the matter over, and use who shall constitute the election offi- your best judgment and if you conGiVC ; the deputy su clude to accept, write to me immedicers of such precinct designate one judge in ately, and I will have fhe "change pervlsors shall each precinct, who shall be telected made. I will also see that your infrom the dominant party In such pre- terests are represented in the appoint dict, as determined by the next pre- ment of officers on your side of the ceding November election, to .act as river. Let me hear irom yon at oner. preaiding judge. The terms ol the Sincerely your friend, judges and clerks shall cease and terSouth Tbimblk. minate at the end of one year from the Thompson's answer is as follows: date oi their appointment, at which So the falling of the hair tells PlSgPork, Ky Aug i8,ji898. time, and annually thereafter, their of the spprosch of ,ie snd declining power. .. successors shall be appointed to simi- Mr. South Trimble. Frankfort, Ky No miner bow birrerfthe ires lar term of office, agreeably to the My Dear Sir: Yours Of the 13'h ot not how leafless It miytseem,. provisions ol this act Not more than August, in regard to Election Com you confl4tptly expect leaves two judges and not more than'oce missloners for the county received, ariln. And why? clerk shall belong to the same politi- and in reply will say, my confidence Because there Is We it the judge or clerk in any la yout sincerity about this matter a( cal party. If a rnoti. fall to appear on the compels me to relume to accept the sp you neednot worry about precinct shall kriM flllMai Ml aAlfSy ttIs', nw m i morning of election, the electors prea polntment of Election Commissioner, iiitiK wi j, ill's threatened departure of youth ent shall, viva voce, choose a suitable lor if I have o a dishonorable act, And whv? and beiutv. per4on,bavlng the qualifications of an I will not accept Show this letter to Because if there Is a spark of tlector, to fill the vacancy from the Jndge Pryor, that he may act regardme remiiatnz in me foois or party to which the absent less of the County Committee's recme our respectfully The ommendation. Moat, fiolltlcal clerk belonged. W. B Tuohpsoh, clerks ol election, appoint- yours, ed a provided in this section, may be Think of what Mr. Trimble says, summarily removed from office by the board of deputy state supervisors at fellow citizens: "Our county la alt any time for neglect of duty, mal right safely Democratic but, city feasance or misconduct therein, and elections cannot, be won with a lair in all cases the lsst appointment to count." . either of such offices for any precinct How does Mr. Trimble propose to valid, shall be recognized as prevent a fair count? "Incompetent, Ths Ohio law provides that the unreliable Republican judges- - will board oi deputy state supervisors shall have to be appointed." "The right appoint two clerks and four judges for of the Republicans to Indicate who each voting precinct ; one clerk and shall represent tbsm as judges, etc, two Judges from ench. of the two lead- will have to b Ignored this fight? will arouse If Into Tteilthy activing political parties. These officials ity. The hair, cesses to corns Mr. Trimble.!'. ""And the FJeo outt it begins to growl and tho csl only bo removed for Degleotol tlon Cqairalsi'ioSif rs will have to do Is glory of your you duty, rualfcaiaoce or mlsconduot. this " What, cifc ddes Mr. Trimble to you. 'fv " we have a book on the Tbey hold (heir office not at the will saj? "I woaMjfcot doit because I ana lis uiseases, u rrec. pf political highwaymen, but are pro- could not conscientiously do so l "I Thm Bmi AJrlem Va tected by law and are amenable to know that yoa .foaM not, therefore II you co noi tjitisun miMMntvn ta ? ru (jjusjcim Irntn Kwvm v ti Ibo Ym m wvvsur refuse to act," hhi-i- ; the law for their official conduct. my advice to yoa la tlr U im dlffla4Uyimour pas of the Sec. 9 Anvdeputy state supervisor The crime to black that of clectlo'ia or any clerk of the deputy authors of tfet waspnrs) ahtMk horn l.-- .c 1 I out-goin- g Messrs. W. M. lames and Alex Vfarren, pfB.tler county, were liere laSt week qh business Messrs ltd IU James and Elijah II. limes, of Cioniw'ell, were the guests olMr.tH II. Davis lasfweek Mrs. 3m James, of Point Plexant,r 1.1. .1 l.llu. I.AM. Q.lH,ll.tft MM.1 Sunday, 1 , j Mr. Frank May hasrented thefjas Cajlaway bropet,ty oq Sooth Church strict and will tike .charge ol" Bsme ' on Sept. tsf. - -Messrs. B. N. Stroud and Frank gUl!-IleQln have exchanged property on Njith Mill strict. J)r. B F. Tichenor, wife and child spent Sunday in the country with their uncle.Mr. Burks Wade, Miss Mad rark ol Central Grove, visited friend's here &lurday and Sun- - During the period of gustation every woman uliotild two evtry means to strengthen the orinnsthat are to bu tried. Thcv should be kept In perfect health The faintest symptom of disorder or disease should be promptly clliiiin Ucd Dr. fierce' Favorite Prescription is drMgrml to do this very Oibig--)i- aa been doing it for oer thirty years. It is the one sure medicine for all female complaints, It is the only medicine that may be absolutely depended upon to practically abolish the rutin and danger iif childbirth. It is the only preparation of its kind that is the Invention of a regularly graduated physician a skilled and exjKrienccd specialist In the cure of diseases of women. OnUrto Ctx. SI Mr, ltmrrsoii Allen, of Dor-e- t. I wa In vtnr Mir IhmUH for Ont , mltf lotfir tiffir lUllna from the wrthof my tittlrxirl. 1 trimdurrrtNtlKloT dlffrrcnt mfittoQct. nl r l'rorlt I look fgur tigum saj Km to be perfectly well Resin " I kindly ninny The JLIepuisTjIOAN invites its renders and dy Success to our boys, most especially . PEABli , Dick. . . The great success ol Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment ol bowel complaints has made it standard, over the greater part of the civilized world. For sale iu by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. friends to give those merchants who advertise in its columns tho benefit of their d trade. It will ns a personal bo"re-gnrde- favor. SAVE lumber. M0 HEY! 15 You csn save 10 to per cent by buying your Lumbor, sash, doors, Blnnglos and building material at tho Cornor ot Inglo and 7th Bts. I have one ol the best assortments cf Choice Lumber in the State, snd can makelit an object to you to obtain price for our - I I sell strictly lor Cash, which means that you will not have to help pay any bad bills when jou buy here. 00x30.0 Prices. THEO. E. RECTIN, zxtol.3. J&.&13Z. lttir EaVTNTSVIILalL.HS, - - XISTID- AM) COIINEH Doalor in all kinds of Building Matnrial, H.Vi:.Tll INIil.r. NTItl.l I'M. i- - mWMBHHlM .... WE WANT TO CALL YOUR s ATTENTION pisses dren's (Jloihing. Mffllfi&B: te-lu- To the fact that we have now on hand a large and well selected stock of Shoes, ladies', Men's Afo ' jVlens, Boys' and nll- -. ' MFSlf I Leaves As wc donot wish to carry any of these Goods over, in fact wo arc rather' overc stocked, we will for the " warning of Winter NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the abovo mentioned lines. We mean business and if you are in need of these goods it will pay you to come and examine our stock beforo buying elsewhere. Our stock is new and, in every respect; up-to-date , S., Levy & Co., Beda- Ky. ABU RUNNING A . ESo to-d- r 1 3 3 HENRY FIELD & SON - LINE AVERS TRANSFER Dam. To and from Beaver A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all t HAIR i VIGOR senger trains at Beaver Dam. GUARANTEES pas- NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES A COMFORTABLE R1DEV riera lt m I They also keep a firsttcjass Livory and Feed stable. Leave your or$6 at Field's Stable, cornor Market and. Union, Strfots, Hartford. All orders 'pfOrnptly attended to, and all stock entrusted tlioir caro will h,avo especial attention, FISIP lair u i -- S0, propers. mt - JStfY. .. rr; The --far "Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining 5fte clouds 'gsuwL.JbT hununtty hive a silver hnmg in theshtpe of a specific io remove them. Bis Hood's of bd Mood envetoplngA Dealers. StrsMpArtUt, America's CreAlesI Kcdtckit, ivfikh drives oui B bnpartilci froth iht blood, of tHhtr sex or Any Age. Z&cdA SgUafm Fair & Company's GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE! Never in the history of our business have we made such tremendous reductions as we are going to make for the next 30 days. All Sumuer The little child of Dr.T.D. Renfrew died In Cloverport, Ky., the 25 Inst., and was buried at Sulphur Springs in the family burying ground Sunday following. Dr. Renfrew M a brother of Mrs. 8. J. Wedding, of Hartford. Weu Musi Move aod Mors at Once. col-la- ra PARASOLS. Men's Shirts. Children's Satin Parasols, sold for One lot Fancy Pcrcal Shirts, 2 60c, now 38c. and 1 pair cufli, worth 76c, all Ladles' White Silk Parasols, told sices, at 18c. for S2.00, now 91.60. One lot Men's Percal Shirts, collar Ladtc Fane Parasols in Plaldi, and cuffs attacbed,worth 60u,now 38c. $2.00, told for $3.00. Sample line Men's unlaundercd Ladies' Solid Blue and Red Para. Shirt, worth 91.00, your choice 69c. soli, 3 rows cbldon, 2 25, aold for Men's Heavy Work Shirts, full 36 $3.60. inrhes long, 26c. Dig lino nlco Sample 20 inch Um Will include in thiamine one lot 25o d oil regular price. brcllaa neckwear at 10c. one-thir- Wash Goods. 32-in- One lot 76c Black Luster Coats 60c. One lot 11.25 nice quality Luster Fancy Stripe Linens, told Coats $1.00. for 20c, now 16c One lot $1.50 and $2.60 Luster Kersey Suiting for Skirts, to 8c. .12-in32-in- ch " Linen for Skirts, reduce! Summer Clothing. Coats, choico$l.'.!5. worth 10c, now 8c. Men's linen Pants, now 75c Fine line Fancy Sheer Organdies Choice line Children's Wash SuiU 8c, sold for 10c. 60c, sold for 75c Our nicest Organdies 10c. All lightweight Woolen SuiU to Pretty Dimilies.aold for 16c,now 10. Wo include in this line one lot of closo at cost, $5.00 buys our $7.50 suits. ready made Skirts, worth (1, atCDc Besides these articles mentioned,we have Specials in every department to CLOSE OUT JIEGARDLESS of Former Price. Ask for a card and get one of our Beau- - tiiitl Pictures. iTFOBD TEMPlfOFFlil The Knights of Pythias will enter tain their friends at the Fair grounds to morrow. A nice time is anticipated. Fair & Co., PropVs. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, SBPTBMBER I. Mlse Hern Ice Miller is quite sick at McGniTey's spellers to cts at J. II. the residence of her uncle, Dr. Taylor Williams. Cromwell, but la reported to be much Field's 'bus meets all trains at Improved. Beaver Dam. Messrs J. D. Westerfield, L W. Mr. I.. M. Sanderfur, Horton, made Godsey, C C. Miller and Dr. D. M Matthews, Pordsville, were in town us a call Monday, Wednesday. Born, to tha wifeot Mr. B. D. Rlngo, Messrs. W.J. Rowe and W. II. a6lh Inst , a fine boy. the Cool, of Render, were pleasant callers Mr. Tom Taylor, of near town, was at the Republican office. Tuesday a pleasant caller Monday. afternoon. Mr. H. Woodward, McIIenry, was a Mr. C. J. Rhoades, of Magan, has pleasant caller Wednesday. moved his family Into his property Mr. Ab Chapman, McIIenry, made on North Market street and will open a new genaral Store soon. us a pleasant rail Tuesday. Mr. H. King:, of Paradise, was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday. Mr U. S. Canton went to Louisville last Friday, returning Sunday even Ing. Mr. J, J. Jarnagln, of Select, visited Mr. R U. Martin Tuesday and Wed-nesda- Mr J. L. Rowe returned home Sun day after a two week's visit In Leltch field, and la again at his position In Tub Rbfubucan office. Mr. Vlck Stewatt. of the Shlnkle For Wsgons, Buggies and general Chapel community, made us a happy I Blacksmlthlng, Horseshoeing, etc, call yesterday. call on Mc Henry Manufacturing and Stev. Machine Co. Messrs. I!d Cooper and John They will make you ensl ot Beaver Dam, were among our prices to suit the times. callers Tuesday. The Hartford College begins its first Prof. R. L. Barnes, of Rockport, Is term Monday, September 4th. The In Frankfort attending State exami- prospects for this year are very bright nation this weeki and the most successful term for many yeara Is anticipated. Mr. A. C. Taylor and Miss Norma Mr. Sam Bach will leave Sunday Miller spent Saturday and Sunday visiting In Buford. for Louisville to lay in his fall stock of goads. His mother leaves Mr. T. M, Taylor has been employ, Louisville, where she will spend ed as salesman in the drug store of Z Itor sometime visiting relatives. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Mr. J. B, Foster, Island, has moved Mr. John B. Wilson attended Esq his family in to his property parchas W. A. Rone'a couit at Centertown ed from Col. C M. Barnett Mr. BarMonday and Tuesday. nett will move his family to Louis Schrater'a Floating Studio la now vllle about the last ot this month. Calhoun', and will return to Harts The widow of Mr. Frank Jaines died filTd. December the ist tf at her residence in Balxetowu.Tuesday rs. P.X. Paul, of Doniphan, Mo., morning. Old age was the Immediate is vlsitlne her daughter, Mrs. W. T. cause of her death. Her rematna were Woodward, at McIIenry. laid to rest in the Balzetown bury Wanted A good white cook to do ing grounds the 29th lust. cooking and washing for small fanih The trustees of Hartford have made tf some slight Improvement on North ly. Apply at this office. Mrs. C. M. Barnett and daughter, end of Main street, but other streets Miss Hat tie will be visiting In Hender aud alleys In town are more like roads In rural districts than streets, In a town Bon for the next two weeks. like Hartford. Sheriff Stevens took a colored woThe B. & O S. W R. R. Co. filed man, adjudged Insane, to the Hop. papers in the JeOerson county court klnsville asylum yesterday. last Tuesday, mortgaging their entire Mr. R. T. Collins will leave In a property for $40,000,000 to tke Farand other few days for Cincinnati, mer's Loan and Trust Company. The points to purchase his fall stock. amount of revenue stamps, required Judge J. P. Miller and daughter, in this transaction, was fioooo, Miss Norma, were In Cromwell Tue. Uncle Sam would doubtless b--i glad if day, the guests of Dr. Taylor's fatal- - ail inciaiiiuauujmyni wuhiu unw I oa him for such sums. iy. to-d- ay 1 Mr. Luther Cbinn, ot near Beaver Dam, has gone to California for his health. We hope Luther may find a lountaln of youth and return a new man physically. Mrs. J. T. Nlmrao, or Beds, died Friday night at 11:30 qlclock, alter one week's suffering with flux. She should call on R. B. Martin. leaves to mourn her departure from Mr, Robert B. Wedding, nephew of life to eternity, a husband and one 1 child together with many friends and Col. J. S. R Wedding, now in Co. D, U, S. Engineers, located at Wlllett'a neighbors. Point, Long Island, N. Y., has been The Hartford Masonic lodge gave detached to batalllon drill and will be bfrbecue at the Holbrook an'excellent dress parade In New York City Grove last Saturday. All who attendwhen Dewey arrives. This will be the ed express themselves as havlngin- greatest e vent In tbe history of the joyed the occasion very much. When Program city. New York is making extensive. the Masons attempt aa entertainment preparations for the hero of Manila usually succeed Of Ohio County Teachers' Assocla they and It is certainly a treat taiiaye the ttonto be held at, Beaver Dam, Ky., Hon. H. Allen will address privilege, of being on dress parade Sect. 16. 1800. , the voters ot dblo county, Monday, when Dewey reaches his native land. 9:00 9:30, Roll call and devotional September 4th at the court house. He Ohio county congratulates herself on exercises.' Welcome, address, R. P. 9:307-9:4- 5, la a Democrat but we are not sure being represented by her beloved sol Hocker. where he took his degree. It Is pre dier boy. K 9:450:00, Response, J. S. sumed, however, that he came from Mr. Cicero King's wife died Wed 1 :oo, Can the Public Schools Goebel's headquarters'. nesday of "typhoid fever. King is be 10:001 is so, how? N.T, Groves, improved, The colored brethren of Haytl have lodged In jail for the murder of Sam Ernest Woodward and R.C. Jarnagin. been engaged lata camp meeting for Casebier and has not been permitted General discussion. What shouldi tbe J 1:00 the past week and are having a .splen to see fa la wife. He woj very desirdid series of Sermons and much good ous to attend the burial of his belov- Teacher, atudy above the common school branches, Mlsa Dora Gibson, will doubtless be accomplished. Large ed, yesterday, and Jailer Black'cotfn-cilc- d Ozna Shnltz and R. T. Wedding. crowds of colored people attend reguc with Jndge Owen over the tele General discussion. larly and a number of whites. 11:451:00, Noon. phone as to what he shoqld do and 1:001:30, The relation of Psycholwas informed by the jndge that he Dr. S. J. Wedding has bought the ogy to tcachTng, J. L Elmore, S- - C house and lot, In which he has been had no authority over the prisoner. Stevens. 1:302:00, Who is responsible for living for the pastyear,from Dr. Isaac So the Jailer decided that the safest interest Foster for the consideration of $2,000? place for his prisoner 'was the best the lack of DeWeese, in our' public W. C. Bell. schools, Jas. Dr. Wedding has one of the nicest and declined to assume tbe responsl 2:00-1:- 30, How to combine classes houses in Hartford and a pleasant and blllty. It Deems quite sad that the in Hiatoiv, Civics and Geography, convenient part of town. It is located last look ht a dear friend be refused J. B. Taylor, Alva Johnston and Miss any oni, however it is sometimes Belle McDonald. near the college building. what extent should ayohjuxv-Tnecessary,., r ' ' Captain John G. Xeown has bought politics aad political parties be tfeat-e- d Wednesday evening while driving in school, Morton Holbrook and the half interest ot G. B. Likens in the livery firm rol Likens & Ross. Mown the street fn front of Sheriff F.'L. Sanderfur. Oral and written les 3:001:30, (1) The new firm has not decided fully Stevens residence, Mrs. Lai Bennett's sons in Grammar, J. L. Brown and J. team became frightend and unman- H. Wood. (2) Technical Grammar in as to its future- .title, but wilt in a short time and let the public known ageable, occasioned by one of the the Public Schools, Miss Rachel Santhe plans to be penned. These yonng tugs slipping off of the singletree. derfur and J E. Davidson.-3:30 3:50, (1) What supplementary men are" and will make The team ran to the corner of Market work should be done In Arithmetic, and College streets and ran into a O.M.ShuItz and Miss Aurora business a success. their Storms. tree,upset the surrey and threw Mrs. (2) Signs in Arithmetic, H, E Brown Marshal Woo tea, of Central City, Bennett ont. It was greatly feared ana l,. w. uoasey. came to Hartford Tuesday evening that she waa badly 3(50 4:00, Query Box. hurt.bat came out claimed Pearl Walker, colored.hls of and the debris laughing and with only Adjournment. l T.J. prisoner for shooting 'a man in the a alight bruise on her forehead. She O. M.Siiur.Tz!;Com- heel at Central City while scrambling exhibited remarkable pluck for a It is hoped that every teacher In the over some cigarettes. Walker claims woman and would have driven the county will attend this association that the shooting was accidental and team home had friends not objected. and assist in making the first meeting not Intentional. However, thlg may be The team was perfectly gentle, seem- of the yeara great success. About he failed to convince, the marshal, and ingly, and Mr, Bennett had no appre City teachers signed an agreement during the Institute, thereby pledg was taken to the place where the crime hensions of danger when his wife left ing themselves to attend every meetwas committed. for town,bnt danger always comes un ing of the association except sickness prevents. We hope that a love tor the Judge Clifton J, Pratt, the Repub- suspected. work, and not tbe requirements of the lican nominee 'for Attorney General Lieut Oscar Bishop went to Louis- law will lead the teachers to dis will open the campaign In Ohio coun- ville last Saturdry to report t" army charge their dnty. There will not be ty, Sept. 9 Republican headquarters and was sent out to ob- another meeting of the association in Every In the Rostne Magisterial District beshould come out aud hear the next tain recruits for the 47th U S. V. Attorney General of Kentucky. Judge He will be In Hartford until Sunday, fore- February,1 consequently every teacher ol the district by law are rePratt Is a forcible and logical speaker t,o receive all yonng men who desire quired to attend. Let every teacher and will present to the voters of this to participate rn the Philippine prepare the program well and be decounty In a plain manner, fact? con He w)ll bcln Centra) City from termined to makeInthe meeting a great cerning the Infamous Louisville con-- . Sunday until Wednesday, from there success. Youra the work, Fotr Rogers. ventlon. Come and hear him. he goes to Louisville to report to Mr. Everett Ellis, son of Capt. A.C headquarters, The officers and re Restaurant and Barbor Shop, Ellis, received notification last Mon cruits will leave Louisville for Camp On Union Street, Corner Apple Al day that his petition had been favor- Meade, To., where the 47th will be ley. Hair cut, shave and shampoo ably considered and would receive organized as soon as possible. Now will receive prompt attention. ft j, 60 per month since his applica- Is the time for a young man to accept P. S. Majors, Prop'r. greatest opportunity of his life. tion was made. Mr. Ellis had typhoid the. fever while In the service of Uncle It is the opinion of msny prominent VLlke diamonds ratndropsgllsten." Sant and Is doubtless disabled for life. tuent that these recruits will have Drops of Hood's Sarsaparllla are pre This little mite la better than none, yery little to do. They may reach cious jewels for the, blood which glls but he deserves more and wfaea it Is the Philippines, but In six weeks tenjn their use. fully established he will receive his time Agulnaldo and his forces will NOTICE. be compelled to submit to terms just dues. such as Gen, Otis may demand. If Fiscal Court of Ohio county The Mr. A. W. Bennett, of Smallbonse, made us a pleasant call Tnesday. Mr. you desire toga report to Lieut. Bishop met in Hartford last Wednesday to consider a proposition to build two Bennett left Wednesday tor George at once bridges, one on the levee north of town, Ky,, where he will enter school T Cara Qoa.tlpatlaa fonm. Tnkfi Cuttnti Cndy Clhrtla Wo or (So, Hartford and one on Barnetts creek, tor the ensuing yesr. Mr. H. W. It a tt O. tU ear, anisguti return! moojr, oil thn Owensboro road. Commis Barnard accompanies him. These young men nave made an excellent SpeclalTerm of Fiscal Court sioners were appointed to receive seal. ea mas lor me construction ot same, selection in choosing Georgetown A 'special term of Fiscal court waa Which will be opened and considered school, but Ohio county has two good In the Office of Judge J P. Miller, in schools and all young men desiring heldJWcdnesday, Ang. ajd.pursaant uartford, on beptember otn, 1099 call of Judge JasPl Miller, to con- Specifications given on application, an education can fijid splendid oppor- to sider a proposition to build two and tbe right Reserved to reject any or tunities ln'oar own coanty. J P Miliar, 1 bridges, oae on the levee, north of all bids. ed Mr.'Geo, M. Planner irtfrd,rthe other across Barnett'a 1 B. P. GRAVRS. J hotae in Beaver Dam, the 24th last,, Creek. A committee of three, comesggwww!.;." n""."", of typhoid fever. The funeral services posed of Judge Miller Esq. Rone and were conducted by Rev. Brown, of.tke Graves, was appointed by the court Methodist church, after which the re to let contract to tbe lowest and best mains were Interred In the Rickett's bidder, Sept 6th, There are to be burying ground. The Masonic order, two propositions submitted, one for of which be waa a member, conducted building the bridges of Iron, the other the burial services. He left ft wile for building them of wood. and one child, together with many The committee reserves the right to friends to aoarn- - his untimely de- rejecet any and all bids. If when the OF CODLIVER OIL WITH parture to the great unknovyn, bids have been made, the commltteej HYPOPHOSPHTTES Mr. O. B. Likens has received a thlnka It would be to the best interest county to build the bridges 0 recommendation from Congressman of the should always bs kept In Iron it la in their power to do so, bni Smith for a clerkship In the cetusa hausft for If department at Washington, D. C. on the other hand they conclude t tawing This appointment will be made, sub best to bulld.thm of wood they can ' ject to examination, and tbe ap do so. The court ordered that the two FJftST Because, If any rrjernber of tha family has a hard cold,, It bridges should not cost more than pointee, it worthy, wlll.be promoted. will aura It 600 for tbe two. So Mr. Likens Is quite likely to be $800 each, making ft "chilBecause. If It is hoped, that the committee will proatoted. The compensation for his dren are dllcaU and sickly. It vlll about $1,200 or $1,500 decldo'ta construct these bridges ot labor .will be make them ilroig and well. per annum. We wish Mr- - Llkena Iron. will cost more of course for mmsT Because, If the father or It success In the examination and a motbar Is losing flash and becomda- -' pleasant and profitable field of labor. the present, but considering tbe ing thin and emaciated, It will build rsbltttyofthelron brldge.lt will be them. upand t'lva thm flesh and are prospects of Hartford's cheaper for the county. The life of a Thre itrenctk. having water works. This w oa ot woodta hildge Is about tan and Because. It U the y aaeda of tke town and will at the expjratloa of that time the the standard remedy In all throat and certainly be appreciated by the cltt bridge is ready for repalr,lf not anew,' font; affections. tens. Messrs, II. P. Taylor and J, The iron bridge tf properly constructNo household should bo without It. W, Ford have purchased a steel task ed, will last for ages. Ohio county 80 feet high by S feet in diameter, needs more Iron bridges and ber roada It can be taken In sumrner as well ' which is. tq be erected oa a. foundation worked by taxation so her farmers as In winter. scorrafBOWNE?bMau&! several fret high, Tbe location, of caa get to market conveniently. the stand - pipe is undetermined, as yet. The streets are to be underlaid with pipes which will lead to all patts of town to furnish the citizens water. The gentlemen concerned in this contemplate having it completed by the first ol October, but we fear it will require a great deal more time than this for the accomplishment ' of the work ' T. C. Plttle, of Cromwell, is repoit ed to have made a lucky haul in killing squirrels recently. Upon one occasion he had the good fortune to kill twenty in one tree and the following morning he killed eight out of tbe same tree, making a grand total, of twenty-eighthe most remarkable feature of the story la that the twenty- eight sqairrels were killed without the hunter's moving out of bis tracks and by only firing fonrteen shots. If Any desire to have this verified they t, Republican SPEAKING U.L- TIME GROWING SHORT. 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 be must here early for thisale. - We have prep ared a special reduction in every departments the house. Supply yourself with Summer Goods NOW. Take advantage of our cut prices: , a r fcm ',fc LTadies' Shoes. Wash Goods. - - - Clifton ' J. Pratt, Candidate for Atay kmi Will speak at - - -- HARTFORD, fc - - - . - - - .- - - .- - - - - - SAT U R DAY, epl.6), at p. m. Everybody cordially invited to come. Ono lot of Scotch La wns, worth Co; closing prico, o porjard. One lot Corded Dirriitios, worth 7 2c ; our - , price,1 4 Fronch Organdies worth 85o; o closo at 15c and I 17 2o per yard. Bedford Cord Suitings, regular ICo goods, go at 8 our price Ono line Dress Gingham worth 7 ' 5c. 5o and Op.', Those Apron Gingham at 4 l-aro special values. Heavy Shirtings go in this saio at 4 1 1c, Gc, 0 2d and 7o. These coods aro worth 25 per cont more money. 81-2l-l-- 2c. l-l-- 3o. l-2c, l-- Ladies Kid Shoo, regular $1 goods; our price 7Co- - ' . Ladies $1,50 Dongola Kid Shoes for 1.25. Extra fino.oustom-tnad- o Shoe, worth $2; our prico $1.50. This lino in black and tan. Our Queen Bee, a regular $2.50 shoe; our prico $2. Ilomembor, wo guarantee every pair of these shoos to give satisfaction. A full lino of Misses1 and Children's Shoos at prices to suit the timos. Clothing. Our big Clothing Sale is still going on. As wa have said before, we do not beliovd'in carrying stock from one season to another, therefore tha knife cuts deep in this line. Let us show these to you. Men's Tow Linen Suits, regular $5 grade; must go at $1.80. Boy's Linen Suits, $1.75 quality; to close at $1.25. Men's Suits, $3.50 goods; our price whilo they last, $2.48. Men's fancy Cassimero Suits, worth $5, to cloW at $2.08. Special valuos 111 b'etter grades $4.08, $5.50, $0.50 and $7.50, on up to $15.00 per suit. Theso and guaranteed to better goods are all tailor-ma' fit and give satisfaction. de a Table Linens and Bed Spreads ch Good wide fancy Table Linen, worth 85o; our prico 25c. Extra nico fancy Table Linen, worth 05c; sale prico 40c. Special values in other grades, from 15o to 05c por yard. CO-ln- Fltz-bug- h. fall Shirts all now . Just received the biggest line' of Nockwoar that was ever openod up in Hartford. You ought to see this line. Just roceived a full line pf fall styles. White Bed Spreads. Ten-fo- ur white Spread, would bo cheap at 75c 10-- ' our price 00c. Extra quality at 85a Eleven-four Domestics, Etc. bleached CottonJ""48-4- o 4 regular $1 Spreads go now Good yard-wi- de per fine white Spread, worth o per yard. Extra heavy , 'We have dlready vron for ourselves the name of per yard. having Tbe best and roost.complete stocK of bhoes 'New York Camlet Jeans, ' ' ever opened'up in Uartford. worth everyMens heavy tap-so- le Brogan Shoes, y price now $1. Better goods at the same low prices. . Yard-wi- de soft finished bleached Cotton, vrould $1.35; V be cheap at 8 our prico 0 Sheeting, regular 20o goods, 15o l-- 3c; l-- 4c- yard. ' Ten-quar- ter Shoes. double-and-twist- ed Cottonade, lOo i , ' .- lOo per yard. where $1:25; our prico $1.10. full-stock Hats I Hats I ' te Men's heavy Shoes, woud ,li Call and our lino of new Fall Hats. be cheap at $1.50; our prico $1.5:5. ' Men's half-fi- ne Shoes go at $1 pair. 'J1 1:1 Bed Ticking. Ve want evorybody who likes to look at fine hoe&, to ask. to see our line and get price on our If you want something to hold feathers, wo will 1 .' soil you the goods at 15o per y aril and guarantee it. footwear. nice, SSS 'V hand-mo- de o ate Whisperings of what we expect to do for you this fall, is found in the prices in this bargain sale. ,, -- .'. 'V'tVl, Remember the Place: R,T, COLLINS. HARTFORD HORTON, KY. The weather has been very dry and warm this week aa usual. Mr. G. Bv Thomson, who has been very sick for some time past, is now able to be out again. Mr. Jim Martin is very sick of a complication of diseases. School has commenced here and at Rickett's school house. The attend ance is only moderate on account of tbe great amonnt of fall work. The katy-dlis busily engaged in singing' tbe requiem of the tobacco worm, for the farmers are rapidly de priving the latter of his habitation. The cutting of the tobacco Is laying ba're the few measly watermelons that have matured under Its shade, thus increasing the temptations of tbe much tempted small boy. A debating society was organized at Rickett's school bouse last Thursday night Great interest was manifested by aU'cducerned and It bids fair to be a bleaaure and a profit. A great deal of Interest Is being manifested here in politics and it Is very probable that lion. Clifton J. Pratt, tbe Republican candidate for Attorney General, will address a very large crowd when he pours hot shot Id Goebel at Hartford, on Saturday, September 9th. Lsua. The Populists of Ohio count will meet in mass convention in Hartford, September 4, '899, at I o'clock p m. for the purpose of nominating a can dtdate for Representative of Ohio All Populists of Ohl t county C mnty. are respectfully Invited to attend. CURE A COZ.D M ONE DAI lean Institutions in the room and stead of Spanish methods; to replace abso- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. druggists lute and unlimited power with the re it falls All cure. 25c. refund money if to The genuine has straining principles of constitutional L. B. Q on each tablet tf m liberty, will not be to contravene the Notlco. great fundamental principle, that all School Trustees or teachers are inmen are created equal. It will be tbe first step In securing to tha inhabi- vited tojcall at Z.Wayne Griffin &Bro's tants of those distant countries the Drug Store and get the latest map of right to life, liberty and the pursuit Kentucky aud Tennessee free for use 7 ot happiness. It will be to the people Lin the schools of Ohio county, of these Islands tbe dawn of a mornCURE A COI.B IN ONE BAT ing which In God's province will ripen Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Into a day of deliverance lrom tyran lets. All druggists refund money If nyand oppression, at the hands ot It falls to cure. 35c The genuine either a foreign master or a homebred has L. B. Q. on each tablet tf cam-pai- f despot, "American dominion in the Philip pines will destroy none of the ends of government; will disregard no one of the Inalienable rights of man; will sanctify no abuse or usurpation, but will terminate the despotism under which their people have lived for more than 300 years." NO CDKC-N-O the way all druggists sell Gitovii's Tasteless Chill Tonic for Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless That Is PAT. lotm. Children love It. Adults prefer It to bitten nauseating Tonics. Price, , 50c. tf Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THE Dual TtbM lf.lt ad SaoV. Teir lift iwij. To quit tobceo ei.llr and forerer, be mas-noll-e, (all ot lite, nerre and visor, l the wonder-workethat makes weak mta alroDg. All flruteltU, KJoorll. Curecvirea-tee- d. Booklet and (ample rree. Addreea Sterling Itemed j Co., Chicago or New Tera. kla Effects of Tobacco. Commercial Hotel. Farmers, business men end all vis- 1 SCO ITS EMULSION tha iters should stop at the Commercial Hotel. Cool, tidy rooms aud an exs cellent table. Rates f 1 00 per day. W. B. DsIIavbn, Prop'r. As usually treated a sprain will dis able the injured person for three or four weeks.but If Chamberlain's Pain Balm is freely applied a complete cure may be effected in a very few days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by m Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. w Notlco.. , rsons(" tha 1oi ' J, P. J- - J. SaAciTBH, MtU.HR, Sec'y, Ch'm'n. axctulT as of totaeco, etptclall joanc men U alvtjs Injurious and shorUm lit matorUUy. Mr. tU. O. Kbuu, compositor on tfe pi m , List of Lottors Post-Offic- JgwHsf ye, FOUnftt '" - e Remaining at the at HarU ford, Ky,, which If not called for la "lkT 30 days will be sent to the Dead LetBMd Dr. atllM BettonUto Ktnlne and modi benaflt from tt. Xvutroublo4 ter Office at Washington, D. C: Miss Mammy Druasrlns.Mr. Thom with BerrouaMf, (Umj spetU and tlupleu-dicum1 by tho uu of tobacco and stim- as Brown, Charlie Robinson, Maiskall mar-- f Ford, Ben Bzell, Ben Combs. ulant. I took Dr. Kile' Mania vlth l.uily food ruulu, allajlat IbadlolnoM, Persons calMng tor any af tbe above qsl.Uns tt BtrTta, and aaUlsc m to sleep aad rwt, prarlas to my cut a letters will please say that they saw Uaetclal Mined." Dr. Hllea' Rutarttlv them advertised. Ninluli MDcUlly adapted to reitorloa m m Woodbury TutstKv, P. M. tha narroua ij.Uto to It normal condition, I SraUTOit VYm. Lindsay, In an ad under inch circumstance. It ootb, beat dress before ihe American Bar Asso and trn( then. Just received a new supply of Breech" Dr. Mile' Bemedle I 55r loadln? Shot elation presented his views on the an old by all drug-bunder a potltlve Philippine questtou in the following j tuaraat, flnt bottle KNeJTVll;! elegantly concise manner. benefit or money DouWoadl-eu- ti Ammunition, &c Give us a call for 'To substitute the control of the ot too Hunter's supplies. United States for the control of Spain Btrvufre. heart and Addre, CARSON BROS., DU. MIUU MKDIUAL DO, UkUrt, tad. In the Philippines; to Introduce Amer-- i HARTFOftP. All persons having claims against the estate ot F. P. Bratcher, deceased, are notified to present the same, properly proven, aa required by law before me at my home one half mile Bast of C?ralvp, on or oeiorc toe urn aay 01 October, 1899, or they will be forever barred. D. W, Kiuubl, Adm'r, Por p. B. Bratcher, deceased. 8 Notlco. TUB n-c!- td rrj U Bwol 'fWWr' 1 - o 'VJllW J9MfUpp( i fc fctttMlaPKlVJ Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, SEPTKMbEIti FOUND. How many ways my leet have trod, How .many devious waysoj thought. And far and long my eyes have King In tit new King out Ui fall Blag In the true " We bring to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway " King out tiie old sought, Through earth and besven.tht face of "' God. . I looked and looked.and naught could DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey see; , . I listened well, and nothing bfurd A iibble of voices drowned the worH' The Many hid the One Iron) me.'' The twinkling skies were void and cold, The sunlit peaks were white am) bare, And vague and chill the clouded all Among the silent valltys rolled. Alt round the hot rxams poured and lell On glittering Ice and snowt The dark pines moaned,Wedo noi linowl" The shrill winds wailed, "We cannot jff to AM 88 YEARS OL0.ndlvMBiwJ any rvomlj equal to lr. TWl'B lloner, lte1MqulrtraiidMrinaneTltr.1lrf Itmftkre nk I nun ttmrjf . Mre, X. X. llttcaue, rrduoarj. Kr. I science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlro for coughs, colds 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 then Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BV ALL GOOD DRUQOISTS Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Giro Bottlea Only. 28o., 60c. and $t.00 Slat) BE SURE YOU GET PiM-Tar-KDf. be from the lower and moUtufa por tions of the farm. This is the proper seed for the lowland, but It is' hot so well adsptrd to the drier nnd poorer upland as Is seed that has been raised there. It Is adtisable to select the seed either before or at husking time, when not only the quality of t.he. cround but, the character of the Ibdyldual stalk and ear can be taken Into consideration. As lias been suggested before, a small box attached t6 the side of the wagon bed Into which the desirable ears can be thrown is the meet practical device that can be fecommeoded. By a little' judicious election' for a series of years, a train can be established on the upland portion of any larra which rill be well adapted to that and other itoits similar in location and compo sltion. An eight inch eir lrom' the upland wilt ordinarily prove-belte-r lor planting on the upland', than a twelve Inch ear lrom a draw in 'the ltwer portions ol the farm. I. M VYestisate In National Rural, HANDLING WINTER APPLES. In. storing apples lor winter 'iliey FOR SAILOR IADS. Now Naval Approntlcos'Traln- - lnKSta.tlon.at Nowport. . BURNED and CHEWED Iiil's tell!" On peopled plain and lonelyhelght Unheeding stared the vacant day; And mute and cold upon' my way Looked down the myriad eyes ol For Salo by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN & BUO. of LOtllNVII.I.'e. HKXTUl'KY. power, Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist ir bis line. Graduates ol this college preterred by busl No sonl to feel, no heart to love." SHORTHAND. J n ess houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tesTELEGRAPHY. timonials lrom graduates occupjlng prominent positions all over thi To, lost in grief and blind despair. Sunk on the passive ground, I cried; 28 United States it will be mailed to you FREE. Vnd whirling wtndsbore lar and wfde Groans of an orphaned "world-iBOOK-KEEPIN- G, bight. Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman1 who would wis "Eternal forces roand me move success In lite This being conceded, it Is of first importance to getyout That meet to shape the passing training at the school that stands in the very front rank. hour, COLLEGE, THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS A thousand mingled streams 1 A Business gdcie&tion n I The Smith Premier Typewriter t ..isihe... prayer. hen deep within my heart I caught A whisper low and very 'sweet: "Whom Is the press thou didst not meet, Whom in the waste thou hast vainly 1 Economical Constructed on Writing Machine. scientific principles nj of simple puis. It Is the most darMc machine mode. Repair bills Art redact J to themtnlirwm. It Is the Best 'Kirn Writer. Ask for Art CiUloaae. The sought J $ Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Listen! for He Is near; Behold! for He is here." By Charles Camp Tarklli. 421 Walnut St. Cincinnati, O. . CABlrUI iigii Viur i lilJUrl a a . 215 5th St. Louisvillo, Ky au.Bn , BftPlBl A WONDERFUL CURE A I'llOMI.MEHTVinOIXIA, A Narrow Escape. BtUOHUI XD1TOR1AU From the Times, Hillaville.Va. Thankful words written by Mrs. dl.ri I OoBTri Tm I suffered with diarrhoea lor a long time and thought I was past being Ada B. Hart, of Grotou,S. D, "Was BEWARE OF IMITATIONS "STK cured. I had spent much time And taken with a bad cold which settled eau.r vino,, ,.niiMnu, twering ...neee e,.i.,i U Ikleaee ... names, wltB varlnoe Inducement,. Wriie eeeve frle ere I..r In and money and suffered so much misery on my lungs; cough aet BKLItULk ASO MHO 1EI BUT "err rout lirnoinnr, TUC RIIDIMPIe' itr.tr ttuoD)0"l or ki.ur k I mn PUrtlJ'IVrv that I had almost decided to giwe'up finally terminated in consumption. --JITU 1MB i I.H1D. HtlUIII BiltE, f all hopes of recovery and await the. Pour Doctors gave me up, saving I kutitaonait. MMIKIll Till. .IIMT MAK,:il l AMUIHA. ,va HlfcUViailLUIAIi if i.aumif's I ON BY SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK SKJIg"? result, but noticing the advertise- could live but a short time. I gave c AV III V. rilKO rt)UtMkt, uoe itliamuuii nbuwi niactiti. ciotwl, t buldrot ment of Chamberlain's Colic, Chottra myself up to my Savior, determined li loir lromlfbt)Uitu4l U Ufcl, MsUsr 4fc( u ilatt wnn iui itDnn ii ana ortva in piuw ror Mwiogr. ind Dfarrhoea Remedy and also some 1 couia not stay witu my irienda on catloct flntab, flnctl nickel drawer puUa,ralon dormidbekriiueed1n.tAblstni.jlla. erenaln. Hn.th my absent ones el earth, I would meet CfW, ft 4 waMKmmSJk fere bAll iron ut. - testimonials' stating how some Tn H Ki t Ineel lem Ulei Are. tn WLTVit ln2Bbnttl.(anto.Uo bet4. DeltlT. fulir motion feed, eelf tbrvadlnf lbrtcures had been wrought by this above. My husband was advised to bobbin winder. aUJueUbla uciariiiB patent taloa llbeiatur.linproTllooMWbt.adJutubl.nreer foot. Improved ebnltla earner, pateui acedia par. paiaiii ureee ruarn neaa la nanoeomalj aeawratea remedy, I decided to try it. After get Dr. King's New Discovery for and ..!.. eae aeaailellr MICKEI. TBIXVI2VTED. I GUARANTEED U, Utkle.l reealMVaSe 2ente afe aT.reit e.leil.rt aUee taking a few doses I was entirely well Consumption, Coughs and Colds. ata. B,r, kaeae llaeeai.et I. rerakhe. eai ear Fraa XnatrUCtlon Book Ulla Juet howaaTonaoanranH and do either plain or anr kind of fancr work. of that trouble, and I wish to say fur- gave It a trial, took In all, eight botla arnt arlth aeerr Baeailaa. A SO.TXAXS' BINDIHO OUA&ANTXK ztffttjl&SSSi BIT COSTS '"" NOTHINO to aea and aiamlna thle macblna, eoiaparall ther to my readers and fellow sufferers tles. It has cured me, and thank UlitboaaTcar,torakaeaTaalUatt40.00 to aaO.OO. aad tbea If eoaelncad rea are,e,Ua la ta.uu, ae, year frelckl aeeel Ike Si 5, 50. W TQ ukUkl TULB BlklOlf at ar Um. vllkla the, lie. that I am a hale abd hearty man to God, I am saved and now a well and aieelka rea ear Tea are aeT.rwaiaaaniei.ianv.wca aniTaraai aaua aelealUe.. twain TO Pif, BUST DIUT. fHeara. luboek A Co. are taoroaahlv reluLblokaitae I taction u jour Tonto. Touratmlr. day and feel as well as I ever did in healthy woman." Trial bottles free Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago. III. Acr,C4uii JkCo For Confederate Dead. my life. G. R. Moore. Sold by Z. at J. II, Williams' Drug Store. Reg-ulFor sale by J. H. Williams. size 50c. and $ 1.00. Guaranteed Wayne Griffin & Bro. m Nearly one tenth of the entire nums G. D. Royal, Assessor. or price refunded. General Directory. ber of Confederate prisoners who died AnnouncemeRt Fon Rogers, Bchool Supt. The following is one of toe many in northern prisons during the civil m 1 The Illinois Central now L. W. Hunt. Coroner Sulohur good stories told by Grand Master STATE OFFigiALS. Bryan Blunder. Thinks It a wsr lie burled st old Camp Chase, niifiQr ba8on sale, and will con. Springs. Governor William 0. Bradley. Miller when addressing an Odd Fellow PnlnmriM ft. Trie .fii errovM nn. tVHwUV tlnue the same until Sept Poorhouse audience. A small mischievous Wy, Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingto0. R. Campbell, The Hon. Josiah Gwin, editor of marked, but Inclosed In a low stone 30th. 1800 round trip sum Keeper, Hartford. mer tourist tickets from all son of a Baptist minister, has Inherit- the Public Press of New Albany, a wall at JU8T1CE8' COURTS. sontbe'rn end of the old , Charles Finley. tbe becretaryof State points on its lines lu the T. A. Evans Court will be held ed all the traditional baptism by im- long time and prominent Democrat camp ground are to be bonored by a Attorney General W. S. Taylor. South to a large list pi sum fit PnrilnvillA nn Mnrrri lar .Tilnn lal mersion totheceremony.as performed and Senator from Floyd and Harrison splendid monument, costing Auditor Samuel H. Stone. mer resorts in tbe North. Its $1,000, 'September 1st and December 18tb. by his lather, is able to repeat It word counties, writes n his paper: Treasurer Geo. W. Lone. the gift of the Confederate veterans of fast double dally service to St, Louis, B. F. Graves Court will be held for word. A few days ago he filled Commissioner of Agriculture, Ilor. "Mr. Bryan has delivered Innumer- Ohio and other States, A monument Chicago.Clnclnnatl and Louisville en ticulture Statistics nnd Lucas at Butord on March 30, June 29, ables oner to reach quickly and com a tub with water in the kitchen, and able addresses, speeches and short association has been Incorporated un- fortably the mountain resorts of Virtember 28 and December 21. catching his family cat and her 'two talks In all parts of the country to Im- der the laws of Ohb, and tbe first ginia, the White Mountains and SeaS. J. Weixer Court will be held Superintendent Public Instruction-- 1 at Sulphur Springs on Marph 28,June kittens proceeded to teach the essen- mense audiences and among all his subscription of $1,000 bss been re side of New England, the Thousand W. J. Davison. has cdved Register Land Office Chas. O. 27, September 2U and December 25. tial rites of the Baptist church. The public snd private utterances he from the Frank Reach camp, Islands, the lake and forest resorts ol H 11. Taylor Court will be held kittens underwent the ordeal without made scarcely1 a mistake, much less a United Confederate Veterans, Nash Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, Reynold. the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Insurauco Bureau Commissione- r- at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, serious protest, but the old cat shbw blunder, until within the past week vllle, Tenn Park or the resorts ol Coloi September 2 and December 9. D. W. Coraingore. ed her displeasure by scratching the or so. The monument will be of granite. rado. W. A Rone Court will be held at rboy's face and hands. Throwing the Adjutant General D. R.Collier. "If Mr. Bryan be correctly report Around the shaft will be grouped six 'Tickets and full Information as to Slate Librarian Miss Paul Deano Centertown on February 13, May 29, offending tabby down, he exclaimed ed, his most serious blunder is that figures three general officers and rates in connection with the above can August 28 and November 1. Hardin. In disgust: "Darn it, then "be a Meth. ol accepting the Invitation to deliver three enlisted men one of each rep- be had of agents of the "Central" and ninryrTnifV f!.TV connecting lines, speeches In Kentucky in the Interest resenting odlst, it you want to." W. H. Barnes, Judge the three grand divisions of tfat. Murray, Ola. fats. Agent, Ntui Orltaos. Jno G. Wood, chairman; J, F. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. a a aa ofGoebel and the fraudulently noml Jno. A, Scott, Ota. Fan. Aatnt, Kimpkli. ' TT Q r..fl the southern army the army of VirIliiniHMM Unn.ala.e J linm, UCblCHIIJ A'Vltll'evj, A Word to Mothors. TOWN TRUSTEES. Aatnt, Cincinnati. 0. Hatch, nated ticket at Louisville in June ginia, tbe army.oi Tennessee aud the A. H.t.HAKSOM, a,Ola.Afats. W. A. 'UOHD.A.QS.A. Samuel F. Brown. p. S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. last. That the nominations were army ol Chicago. loaltalllt. the transMsslsslppi. I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. C0N0RES8I0NAI.. Mothers of children affected with stolen there can be uo doubt, and so Jno. E Bean, Sec'y. Hon. William C. Linds Senators croup or a severe cold need not.hesU sagacious and honorable a statesman mWUMtWWM A. D. White. nay, Hon. W, J. Deboe. A FREE PATTERN Chamberlain's as Mr, Bryan can plead no excuse for Preston Morton Post No. 4 G. A. tate to administer Representative Fourth District R. hold their regular meeting Satur-da- y Cough Remedy. It contains no not knowing the facts. The only ex I (jour ova Mlectkm) to tftrj ab I" tOaaisr fin eUBtlat. wair - y Hon. D. H. Smith. JT before the first Sunday in 'each opiate nor narcotic In any form and cuse " his most devoted political friends month in Court Hall at I o'clock p. Beats una) JSoel Popular Stool fe STATE LEGISLATURE. may be givln as confidently to the can offer may be that he has been misa m. W. A. Carson, Com, New Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. babe as to an adult. The great sues Informed as to the facts, but even John C. Chamberlain, Ajt. A! AIX I'eikJT 1.1 T Repreeenttttlve Ohio County Hon. ceaa that has attended Its use In the thst is not valid. aatUANsAa, rsxta. mexic anb R, 0. Jnrnagin, VALirARKIAt treatment of colds and croup has won 'The. presence of Mr, Bryan on the Gas Hunted Vettlbuled Trains with OIHO COUNTY. A UDteS' MAQA21NE for It the approval and praise It haa stump; Kentucky will Only InteSsU Cafe Cars, Pullman Bleepyrsaqf! fjee A raatt e.eetltel colored et.te. t tale.1 CIRCUIT COURT. Are prepared from Na- received throughout the United States fy the honest Democrats of that fa,kla,drca,fMklaa ecoaoaaU.t laacr Reclining Cbair Cars to Memphis ant) Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens warkiaa.Hk.Mklai.iaallae.tie. ad Kdrlye from ihlru new urieaus. ture's mild laxatives, and and in many foreign lands l'or sale, er. ffi lyr lalaat eepr. born. LUf aiaala -- M Uti fee tare, ra by z Wayne GrlOin Be tiro. thousands ol devoted supporters and leaves Louta- Pullman Tourist Car while Rentle are reliable Strifes, Reliable. 8lnple, Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney iai a eai Economical and Abealaialv allenkte them from the affection tfiey ville every Tburiday night, and runs anil efficient. They Oweii'bnro. Of Interest to Farmora. 3 V through to California via New Orleans hife heretofore shown him. -- Hartford. T. II. Black, Jailer 'jMri H A. Anderson, Cleric pu,ly. blunder ( nex& nod the 8outhPacifio Huuaet Route. Hartford. SEED CORN SELECTION. Double berth rata from Louisville, to Rowan Holbrook, Master Coinmis-sinucusable aud will no doubt do him Many farmers owning both bottom Ban FrancIs.co only IQ.50; proiwr-Cure Sick Headache, BilHartford, grr34Jt.Jufy politically." 'li aionately low rates to intermediate iousness, Sour Stomach, and upland cornfields make the misG, IJ Likens, Trustee Jury Fund pom u, and Constipation. Hartford. Sold take ol using the sanle seed on both to H. T. Stevens Sheriff The Truo Winter-Sput- e Hartford. everywhere, 25c. per box. kinds of soil. Com which is adapted ftffiWSf? &"??W3Td?!!!?5&W Pattm.) cm. wk" iIiW Deputies D, 1.1. Hncker. T. IL Ben-tuuuiii aT.lA fm .. tins. VTWfJ tkWr td the soil and moisture conditions of IVwrilbjrC I IIoodtCo.,LoteU.Wui, California. JJo Blistzards, I. ..;.!.. m IV StulhrA JUtfwiy.; It. li Martin and W. K. Tiuslev. the valleys will not do so welt on the; tvoia, weainor snow ( al.r nmi4)JJit THB McCALL CO.. Court convenes b'rst Monday in SEND US OHE DOLLAR upland aa will some variety that has BlOOkAClM. Uratlli cratr. VirsriMlra,aVmlli Catf1- (U1L UlMfcEUUtti fclfb ft WOUV If IHeS Wot 141k St NewYMlr. March and August aud coutiuues three ItMJalst kilttfw rilathtaO.UiUbjti'iAmHiatiuiJ mr by Hum. Alabaiuai, Try Htaaoe, IIol-ltby seversl years of cultivation and - For particulars write to J, IL lmmmmmmmmimrm weeks, aud third Monday iu May and aVUailfUafrvifbt Noa-lt-i tterteiltia, .zilsJISi Jour i J&M1 selection become adapted to the con Traveling Panenger Agent for , November two weeks. anal MlaaHMlppl. (uuiij ktrfet 7m Y01..1iMbMbVCbB A KIM'S TOE U, It. It , Lrouuytlie,. Jtvy. Also sik IrMtUtariorir kYwiTW?miBL Zm dltions there. It is for the same 6461 Milea Tbtee Dally Tralps w ! itaiMi ffiBwIn 'Hw'TbIIIH. frm COUNTY COURT. la U llnbte la fmee oon a. I him lo send vou a eoor of the South. Imv ViK. HBrttflrvyk.lIBiM reason that the tsrge Colsrado pota. MetweeB, LoulviUeand Lex- a peaaanrs. 1 u u .MftpJH touh eorne iti WUBmmr Jas, P. Miller, Judge Harttoril. era Home Seekers' Guide, which is re vtU ainleklT dlaappear If r ixtj R!W Sftu..H9K ttr toes that have been grown for years Jogtoa. Observation Chair -. m .... a .laiauumia tr.. .i..i plete with interesting Information .j. i,.i..,.i lafpartb aaatl.iuiu. craure aa4 ear.. N paia. Cars, Trains leave and ar under irrigation will do so poorly Ne aiaon. non inatiai for IS concerning the rJoulhern territory. It M. L. Heavrin,AUorney-.Hartford.!i:,,trlveLj9ulsvllefrom Seventh, t afa. Trial alae eeat lor Sev when used for seed in KaHtaaa with atamp. ll he mailed to you freer Court convenes first .Monday, in ,,Jitfc Street Union Depot, con) "jb wmr ninii. but the accustomed supply pf water. U1ANT CHEMICAL CO., each month. ua tue nrauo miru luesuaysoi nectlng with trains of the 513.00 ano ftiarrr S( Prill. , UaeikallM . .. It Is generally the case on the farm iTOir ror.ot'H mo free each raoDth Hprue Seekers' tickets are JlllnolaCeatral Ratlroadaod I MC vita or UUAIlblll,( UUUKI. STOVE CATALOGUE. sold to Souttjeru and Southwestern he'aUfds, both L IL Cc.Bt.J4 Railway. CUaSBwltk tac.UaU alee Ua. I. ae.a le that the corn from, alt Begins ou the sccodi. Monday In iytfilitiwt tmiuti Kamedlae. Have ureal nolnta at Snecial Low Rates. Hood to Ulli aoaUa fromVa Ipltflrea, aatra Hplaud aud bottom, is cribbed; togcth rnaaj thonBaod .caaes (arv fttwt, ItMV (utr, Manr uataaa aaq Braw. each mon In For Information, Address callod Bopaleaa. In ta days lrom Uric I ball', bf avy IU )liti va wr. a.Mii."".. (.return wlthla twentykoue cr. When time for seed, selection I liklijiaUtl aTaatlaaattwakklnlanrallailnutoraJl'. araaiaeiitU a. aiul IHi.w i.n. ..tea CLAIMS. COUICTOP L Wheooi, t.k T.I.. M 4 th in, iiijillli, tf. I larva jU.p,BaDulaaua4Ukaara.UlallM4r-eeMl- r. ar .rrutlmunlalaandTXIfBAYltraetmeaifrM. Wa4 rJte of sale. Liberal stop-ov, Boa K. Atlanta. tfe. Couveues first Mondav In January. aooaurMornaaaaauduea. w.NiiHfMfaiM.UM comes the largest ears ate picked put, Wn.H. Hrr... Unbuilt fl. f. A., It.lsiilli, It; Ml. Mi . aatMUf' S pa. . rangers ema. I kf .1 I i w.eBi.Ba aavtra wood rrata, raaklau It at alll Irrespective, of the kind of soil that Hkl.lt aUP itltllBlllU aim lueouny uiier m bvujuu niuniiay JViVJJ." W.A.TDHU, J,M.UlJt.l, . H. HANarOM, O. F. A., iu uciooer grew them. As the bottom land profrail M'a'fv tw.raAg. CbHOIOO, IlUHOH. WAMHianTaaaT.B.C, OTHER COUMTY OrriCKBt. duces the larger cars, It Is more thao KArt9,ROKrlUrJKACO.UIiaieiUUGt,IU. N,MoxIey, fiurreyor. likely that tbt bulk of tb srU bW ui-- im, luuiaueianun itti jour lie treat irflCCl or pot aaa ii-uiuiu arrrivni sttiawwr, sjaistcuy a. npraswiiM. THK fatal I aifkltM aihrra a m fclf f SO.OO, WHBtia.ni oiNuaia iuu siih iiiinu vrt fJ y.ar RQ rikirtour u 8pec1al Offer Prlca a nit t nkirht Tim K.tvtia lMfionTanl the frtlfrhtw.il averarc 71 emu for CIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIAL in your own home and wilt rt tun. juur IUU any dayyouara nut .UifldMl, w.Mllair U frrval MSaM at rsV tr ttrwUf tlUOO. .(, flu.,tataterM, all r.lly iirrib U Vr In fWw.a ftl.00aa-.- , kit SIS. 50 fcruu DROP DESK CABINET BURDICK SEND NO MONEY .tt tv" it aTB34&S HlnUiDllio i'1 r n lUIBKft tlWIHUMACMMt l nl. . - -- w. w. B X" rHr ' m 9. M Had Alrusal kwck to Bvcmealjr. '' C'slle prlal HaallBt Cholera. OItn up.fcul WavabraHtll a mutX EDITOR CBuaaHxr-Inln'- kr Olarrtto should be picked before thry are too ripe and when the weather' is not too hot; when picked they should be taken at once to shade and packed nnd stored away In the cool ol the evening. They should be Well sort' ed, packed in tight barrels and head ed up to exclude the light and air. They will keep longer 11 each apple la wrapped with paper. The tempera ture ol your cave or cellar should be reduced as much as possible by throwing the doors open at night and closing them through the day. A gradual reduction and a regular temperature Is better than a sudden change. Apples should not be hauled about In the hot sun before storing them away; neither should they be placed In cold storage at once. The change Is too sudden. It Is the same in taking them ont of cold storage. It should not be done at once A stor ing room for this purpose should be provided in every cold storage plant. I do not have to repack apples II they are sold early, but if not until late I have to repack. The loss depends upon the variety Prices have been from 50 cents to $1 per barrel. I employ men that are capable of packing apples, paying from 5 cents to toe per hour. J. Stayman, In Nebraska Farmer. rnni JunBif j won-derf- m aT ''jj" The new home at Coasters' island Newport harbor, tor naval apprentkkl'i hal II estl Amtrlca last year tices, which must be completed, aclo keep alWs a dlseas that li mal cording to the contract just awarded Itronn men weak, and weak men dud. Flnurn annilllna 1 Yet. but IhS finl by the navy department, within the ctal loss don'l compare with the lots next five months, represents the latot vital power. Tho ertr present m.rt est; type ol special structure, designed ttlik rttlets eyes, twitching mouth, noting Itet sad tobacco tainted skin to accommodate 1,000 boys gathered tills tat story. Don'l vou UMnk H'l for preliminary Instruction before go tin to qui, qullaulckl quUna4nr.ll; py taking ing on their first deep sea cruise board training ships, whence, they NOTO-SACwifl be graduated as full fledged Jack rtsatitet tobacco uslna. tars, ready for duty ou American a fewdars all desire It gone, your It belter, your blood Is purffled, warahtps. With an augmented navy, . your nerve grow strong. It IJ truly the, problem of securing ordinary sea. And then, pu run no a risk, lor you can buy men has become a most pressing one, your own and in preference to enlisting grown men from the merchant service where DRUGGIST'S GUAHJI..TEE. the pay is as good, If not better, or to yCrerr drmrnlii luttiortrrf toII under abaoluto Kuaranlog gathering able bodied recruits from fnrtn rf tjlhArm ttllntf. aii- Our written ffuantntf'. f rwl Bumnio or farms, the naval authorities have the Btt'i bubMctcalltM, "tt'P.'t .OiotatPCO Sbtt Btld Brnok (pur uib redoubled their efforts to train large iUeev." Inallori for thd naklnf. drew TUB BTKItLINU BKUKm'OO.It) numbers ot boys lor sea careers, i'hkiifm. Montreal. Inn Nrnv York. I them at an age when they VVHLtM.V,'kSaWV most easily learn are most' readily Induced to adopt naval life. During the present year the training service, though doubled afloat, is Inadequate because of the number of ships available to educate all the boys required in the next two or HA, tap worm alEktMa foot Ions at earn on wa booim Biter rar lavaio .era? three years and the expedient has SOAKET3. ThlB I km Burt hu etuud tor tikaIUi forth tka onlr ctthartlo worthy of been adopted ol establishing Institu- taking Caacar. la, cms Itmtlut. lam still tions sshore for much that is theoret- HBlWc by lamia paop1-llowr.w, Oalrd, Mist. Geo. v ical, and for Inculcating the first es CANDY sentials ot discipline, with a view to relieving the crowded cruising school ships. The barracks for one ol these rendezvous, which are now being TSApiKuaa iiMimii-e erected at Verba Buena Island, San Francisco harbor, who illustrated In the New York Tribune several months rtarutt. ret.tabl.. Potent. Taita OooS Do ago, and now the construction of a 3aeaC ...'erSl.tan. Weaken. or Gripe. Be r.U. ... CURB CONSTIPATION. ... somewhat similar building is to be eMeeeee B eey ep eaf, Caleafe, Maaareal. ae Tart. US begun at Newport. lflr SSIdBBdraarantertbT elldrrf BUutaCtlltr.ToouaoUaMt. The building is placed ou a hill- M'tft side, sloping down to the landing place, the hill In the rear orertopping the roof, and not only sheltering the structure from the winter winds, but affording foundation for water supply capable of filling all the fire,. The taaaaaa main front la about 30 leet high and 61 373 feet long, a boiler house, leet square, for ateam heating, and electric lighting, being attached ex ternally to one end. , Toe width of the building la 150 leet A fine drill hall, open to the roof, where It Is lighted, occupies the centre ol the structure on the ground floor. Its galleries giving access to the two upper stories, ol which the one Is devoted to offices, schoolrooms, library and reading rooms, while the third floor provides ample accommodation to awing one thousand hammocks In tight dormitories. The drill hall measures 300 by 6a feet, and adjoining it Is a shooting gallery 160 feet in length. On this level, in the wings, are the mess hall, kitchens and bath rooms. The material used throughout Is Georgia pine. IS JUST ASCOOO FOR ADULTS. It is expected to open the new bar WARRANTED. PRICE BOcts. OAiaTIl,ILLa.,M0T.l,UM. rocks in January, and to secure the St. Lorn., Mo. a (JaotlanMai Wo attld o full number of boys before the sum- OUOVI-- TASTKI.E88 laat Tar, 600 tioUlaBbar CHILI, TONIC anj hovfbt Lbreo Broaa alroaOy tbu rear. In all oar as mer season. New York Tribune. penanca of It rearm. In too drus bnalneee. nan $600,000,000. I .5,fr I ' VrA? VH vM -- W . M trs-e-V 'teMh&riffr ML (. - NOTO-BA- TAPE WORMS la, - . It wilt only coat you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafe Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated In a laree revolving arm chair with plenty ol space around you, you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please. I f yqu arc a smoker lih Its arm chairs and you will enjoy ibe laree smoking room cguch. .The ladies will delight In the splendid Utiles' lounging room, with Its lounRCAnd Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing room adjoining. You can have your meals in this car at any hour you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steal, or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long ss you please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. ThaOottonlVItlatrieillm't llo.toT.xiu In tralna run thraneh from Cairo fend etemphla toTesaa without thaugn. IMrrrt roiinrrttona are meilr at Ha jonrtlona for all parta of Texaa, Iptltan Territory. Oklahoma ami the Far Weal Write and tell na where) ou are rntna nnd wheti rim will leave, and will tell yon wLat your tleket will roat, whleh train t.) take to mala the -t tlmo and eovnrctlona, fend will tend jron en lntrreatlna little looat, ' t It If To tlltf," TIL AfL, L r UttaOrt, (tal hur Hi ST. LOUIS, MO. w.a.scwrtt.lm.rin'rln, (i j Miatit iiMii. tmsiut, n. ("4 ItaocciriGto 1. AW KPaBsfffiS 4tiZt:3mMr'm sKfiitS aalsfiil?f Ai M rwwAtW'il A m& JtifMh SctP( ffill PeV" 'Lwi tw S r WmmSUEbjFi MBejBH-lar'J'liVy- VSary: I r ptitf ' f aaman GROVE if" rBfcTf Tit i TXKswQixvK ! ' -i oir t tyfL ' CHILL TO NUT SMI M 1 TASTELESS A housekeeper living in Pcnnsclalc, Pennsylvania, fcadisycre spell, ol indige5tiorxIast,Fal.v;hicJi was very obstinate),, but after using.- -t about- one- 'dozen cartons RipansvTabufes, was greatly benefited, and now. only uses them occasionally. I do" all L can toward recommending Ripans Tabulqs, she writes, and expect to keep them f the house for future use. Am forty years old. - - aoaUralae Tr arr.M rtarua la a pate, eirton (vltkaat eej. lalelewprtrnlwrl le f.rir. fwaadllueaVinle!I at aerae (1 laoalMI ran Ike tad br n,-- ll tr aerktlaa- (ert I i7ckl iu tVtk.l5rT.eV5.aiJI? Terk -- aryl. t.,,... tiar..raar.ill Jlr-- rt, Krlie tuliajaktka.(crt.r"U.wrp.,a.-iatMUaJatl.r.aM4ela A packet eaetaeae-roariraca- atlla Breal aanoo. -. SHaraar.lle. le.nr.- .. Zil"e?. !. sr OlTut Ml ..iif,ealJ.e r, O. U. - It at f lf Turner TO Blillltllol, tea a, ..).ft el' aa atrai.eitlo, luial T 'ti,i ira nirinu tiTiirirroBT, kxtciiT THI OlAltltT lltOlU ISC Cl , a.4 rati nrnll.iliw.ee a, areal OUR SPECIAL PKICES3n.no, Ht tk.fc-i.-vi eanrsee. In. tae UM eeat with enlar aa4 frelfkl tatolMaUnefCkh.efcae-lUauarealkl.TOrBlM- SEND ONE DOLLAR lI CtT THIS 4D tM -- rtT 1 m "l ' I M V KeSti S Aefi M ' enrnne raat.rlal than atoat -aakara pal la elk.ee kafgiea LatBBt Bljlo Far 10,90. v- -n . A im rr-- aa tae ueee aaa.o,MO new. aw, iwi ium a-- w; BeUd. Baa rW, aa Illustrated, or nrawaur tide Iter Hkeele, r, ttnanee ImII lllrk Orade uerawed Kim Sere.n'. I'atent. ataVa.. Il.ertlr Uoei fall .Me and bark certain reJ.u.r.llaaraa, Ta Iksdy S.I..L. O'artUrW iiroM ca wad -, sxsit.1 .a any lMMbuff.TTwork, a a ..-KaABk'nt LataVlhtM1. . Saaadlel rklaaih -- IO " "Wtw itttU JB.OO I liUflClilMlCI inu lurai.m,..,,, fUltlUO Imtt IfMlh aUo ta ttocV nrtilts, tstna w it ssVl.SksurJa)rHM4akSkriAwB 'u aliretltn.airtPtiittl.9im4 YOU CAS MAkEilV000 Tbi Ycm 1107 ouu 33000 RiTiroa rail trcoT r.TtUacrx. tirOOIatS. OttOitllOMKTODAT. TOU CAN BiM1T FOll $0aOO. JONTf5LY i, fl"' Addrofto, SEAHSr ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. .aie it nw LOUISVILLE, HENDEHSON Ualoa Depot, ACjr:.V.AV'JyAAK-V.3CCUi.lAA- t e. & ST. LOUIS ItAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, 111 I xtiiu ixr rrrEii, & Sntnth and Rner. fooilb Atenne. z&jijxiGxz ant, xoso. & Louisville to St. Louis West. No. 45, ! B:3Sp m St. t.nuis to Louistillo Uave St Louis "Mt.Vcrnon No 44 .7:56a m East I No. 41. Leave Louisville 7:45a m ' Owensboro 11:40a m Henderson is:45p m " Bvansvllle 1:15am " Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:jip m No. 46. 8:$5p m 21453 m 11:58pm 12:55a m " - Bvanaville s:sop m 1:25am "Henderson " Owensboro 33VJkATO-VXXa.3- 7:20a m Arrive Louisville WO .No 43 3:46pm 3'44p ni 7:45(1 m 3:10am 4:00a m 7:30a m I , luis Cttltil Mrtti. Orleans . No. 41 m Leave Louisville 11 Hawesvllle. . , . 10:43am . . . 11:40am " Owensboro. " Henderson. , . . 12145pm Arrive Kvansville . . . 1:15pm Z.OTJZOVTX0CX3 4:5op m 8;o4p m n:.Hpm 12:58pm 12:55am 1:25am No 45 8:J5p m 'io:iopm ' 10:40pm j:o5p in Memphis, "". M9 CALLS B 5 ea. MAGAZINE Wood's Pills cam-monw- KVANSVILLB TO LOUISVILLR. " ' No 46 No. 42 No. 44 111 , . 4. , 6:50a m 2:45a m " Henderson. . . . 7:15am 2:46pm ' 3:10am ' " Owensboro. . . ,8:15am " 4:00am , . . , 9:13a m " Hawesvllle 4Mnp m 4:50a ni Arrive Louiavllte 7:45p ' 1235P m 7!3a o All trains run through solid to Bvansvllle. Through Parlor Cars nnd Pull man Sleeper 00 all trains to Bvansvllle and St Louis. Numbers 4t and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsville & Hardlnsburg dally, 36 ., . Leaye Bvansvllle e ... jip'm ei Rous the Liver lyn' 1 e MECALLrjan 0r aVViej SaXaSHlf ftJENPJJS ONE DOLLAR ...' r tMftaT4aaM4WMfjUkl.UU' :j 'istt IdtU'sU. WWMMHMMHl n, tiil.ffl H the (, v I ?); )4tO Ibiui S3I.75 jSJUiiPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE hair lh lea charza tftr wast atir MImI httarr. IJBACMIOUCKHU OD4VI WiaSBWMUllVBll,.4aUnlr)laTr ati rilsaui ftdjtni attir taV.w ur;stn4Utrttal Lotbtn su L UaaiBrrn ai;r aacr at momoncr,!- Btr tJ a4. from lit llluitra.lt 0itnvti RTTfjS v irrftfcVW.lT? s, ri.i, Mm iichasi looir. utochf FlJ ajul wrlirbi eJ uoutMla. La. a !ni ft ocuril. II ktr4. aj foUowi. bia.aua. rrlaul.al. MtUdflf, m toiprtr, Trtklf Cftotdt. mptr, DtitMa F.a m W. llstssuat g OsUv (MpUr. ! I UrsusdlVntaa fwalL 4 kali Orthaalrel I ! aril rirlwMl BrlUI 4aaMUnnQs)aJlirlUt(la, tfUiaak. 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