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The Republican and the Toledo (CO Blade, t year, ft. 35 The Uepublican and Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, The Republican and the Globe Democrat, 1 year, $1 50. ty The Hmteord Eepubliom. OFflCIU OSffAN OF TBS The Republican has the Largest Circulation of any Paper Published in Ohio County. rss. Fine Job Work a Specialty. MET! IK TXT" TOfeTH COKGRESSIOHiL DISTEICT. $ VOL, XII. TAYLOR'S ALARM Warning Keynote Sounded Republicans ol Kentucky. HAKTFORD, KY., treea ' were planted, fountains constructed and everything within reason-donto render this place of human exile healthful and cheerful to the unfortunates there confined. The charred walla of burned buildings were torn down and new structures erected, and after great .effort contracts were entered Into 4nt employed dally more than a thousaM inmates of the Institution. ThusIrom financial wreck and prison chaos this Institution was placed upon the baa of a well ordered, well directed business concern. Notwithstanding, these facts the Democratic legislature of 1898, over the governor's veto, passed a most shameless act by which the Republican officials In chsrge of this Institution were robbed ot their offices In tbe middle ot their terms, an outrage which has no parallel In the state's history." He thea proceeded to show the results of this change. The services rendered by the Republican commissioners did not cost the state a cent, but since Aug. 1, 1898, when the Democratic commissioners took charge, they have drawn as salaries 46,004, and have Increased the number ot guards from 42 to 46, without necessity, costing the. taxpayers an additional sum ot $2,180. The net deficit during the 12 months after they took charge was $59,945.33, or $16,714.97 more than the deficit for a corresponding period under Republican rule. Said Oeneral Taylor: "We submit these matters to the candid voters ot Kentucky aa a test ot the efficiency of the Republican administration. The sanitary and financial Improvements made by the Republicans In tbe management of the Eddy-vllpenitentiary are nearly or quite equal to those made In tbe Frankfort prison." Public Printing. General Taylor showed by the records that during the last three years ot Democrats administration, the public printing cost $93,534.03, while for the same period under Oradley'a administration the cost was only $49,265.77. Record books under tbe last three years of Democratic administration cost $67,680.07, while for the three "years ot Bradley's administration the showing a cost was only $25,006.21, Republican saving on these two Items ot $86,902.12. Franchise Tax. -This,' said General Taylor, "was Intended aa a tax upon tbe intangible wealth of the (Treat corporations of the state. Under Its provisions the Democratic party in four years collected ot ml.r.llnnooiia eorDorations S118.716.27. The present administration in three years collected of this same class of corporations, under the same law, $351,159.11, thus collecting In three years almost three times as much aathe admlnletratioa collected in former four. In 1893 the Republicans collected of this clsss of corporations or $28,098.24 more than the former admlnletratioa collected In tbe four years of Us term." A VICIOUS MEASURE. Searchlight Thrown Upon the Notorious McChord 11111. After giving an account of the vicious work of the present legislature. Including IU creation of more than 360 offices In state and county whose are to be paid by the taxpayers, Oeneral Taylor said: This same legislature passed what is but known as tbe McChord bill, which,govfor the veto of the Republican By ernor, would have become a law. Its terms three railroad commissioners were given absolute and arbitrary power to fix the rate charged for the shipping of freight over the railroads, their decision to be flnsl, not only against railroads, bnt against the people as well. No msxlmum or minimum rates are proscribed, no uniformity required; no appeal to any court from a decision of tho board, no matter how arbitrary or destructive. Is allowed. Such unbridled power vested la three men would have been a menace alike to the people and the railroads. Within the possibilities of such a law lie two grave evils, atlernstlve In their nature, either the practiced confiscation ot railroad Interests, or a system of extortion fixed on the people. It has been said In the arguments for this measure that the legislature had fixed tollgate and ferry rates. True, a but no such power was delegsted to of commission: neither the ownert such properties, nor the public, would have been willing to have confided to any commission such arbitrary power over their rights and interesU. The people of Kentucky have never decommanded such a law. No railroad necesmission has ever suggested the sity ot thes ame. even though the author ot this bill baa been a member of such commission. Such a statute la repugnant to our theory of government; It tends, to cenpower. and arbitrary tralization Clothed with such power the commission might extort from any railroad company or companies any concession or any personal or political favor demanded. le $146,-(14.5- 1. ssl-arl- es FRIDA, SEPTEMBER &r Subscription $1 a year. 8, 1899. n No. 7 Sandford never owned one cent ot boy who put a corn cob under a bridge stock and be had but one share mule's tall. The tall shaft over the of turnpike stock valued at $26. While man that blew out the gas casts a he owned two farms on the pike which shadow across the boy who tiled fo would have been vastly enhanced In jump on.the moving train. Side by value If tolls had been decreased, or side the ethereal creature who always wholly abolished. Hisopposltlonwas had her corset laced to the last hole, from pure scorn of tbe man and his and the Intelligent idiot who rode a methods, bicycle nine miles In ten minutes, Mr. Charles K. Wheeler's recent sleep on undisturbed. There, with statement that the killing of Sandford the top of a shoe box driven over his was in revenge for a libel on Goebel's head is the rich old man who married dead mother is fabrlcative without a young wife. Away over there re foundation of even shadow or dream. I Doses the bov who fished on Snnrfav. - v Goebel's mother was never referred to' and the woman who kept strychnine in print or speech, nor was it known with powders in the cupboatd. The br thought of that he ever had a man who stood In front of a moving mother until Goebel In speech arro- - machine io oil the cycle is quiet now gated the credit of paying her pew and rests beside the careless brake. rent In a free church. man who fed himself Into a seventy ton engine, and over In a corner ot A Word to Mothors. tbe fence in the potter's field may be seen the bleachjug bones of tbe man Mothers of children affected with who tried to whipjthe editor. hesicroup or a severe cold need ipsiiS'i33irsraiiL. Attorney at Law Deaveh Dam, Perry Westerfield, Kt. to JOHN P. MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW, l. heavrin, HAKTrOBD, KY. Special attention given to all business enCrfuted to bis care. Office tn Court House. OUR VERY LIBERTY W DANQER t h" HARTFORD, Will practice bis prolesslon In all the INFAMY OFGOEDEL'S LAW courts of Ohio and adjoining counties n atten-Hoand Courtot Appeala. Special "" "" given to collection: Srtrchllibt Thrown Upoa toe BUI by Our OsIUat Slsadsrd-Besrc- attorney atKY.Law ATTORNEY AT LA 1 m;. Designing Democrats Would Rob tho People of tho Ballot. SHELBY TAYLOB, r. t lu i I. I ', ljp irw Lr i I, REPUBLICANS MUST RISE AND STRIKE Will practice his profession in iVVTne court-- ot Ohio and adjoining counties and Conrt of Appeals. Special atten. tion given to all assignments in bank, State Klnanret, the Notorious Chlnn niptcy- Schoolbook and JlcCliord I1I1U, the Odious Klectlon I.w and Other JNO. B. WILSON, State !(iurrt of Stlshty Iloment Ably UImumtU and Clearly Defined HARTFORD, KY. at the Formal aud Auiptclous Oixn-1attention given to t Londou of the Kentucky SPECIAL' making abstracts, Ac. Cmupalgn. alto Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side ol public square. Attorney Oeneral W. S. Taylor, the Republican nomlneo for governor of Kentucky, In his opening speech at R. R. WEDDING London, treated clearly and with force and dignity all the questions which are before tho people for thstr decision In HAKTrORD, Ky. Will practice his profession in tbo this campaign. To treat them fully tho courts ol Ohio and adjoininr and frankly bis speech was necessarily long, too long for us to publish It encounties. Also Notary Public. tire, but It Is so impottant and Instructive that we have prepared a careful summary of It. giving In Oeneral TayDE. lor's own language the most Import-spassages that our readers may havo them for reference. The meeting be HARTFORD, KY. lsrgest that Will practice his profession in all sddressed wss one of the In Kentucky, to a speaker ever Special at- and listenedpoint made wss enthusithe Courts oi Kentucky. every tention given to collfjtioni, settle- astically spplaudcd. Af'.er a high compliment to the freement or decedent's estates, rosdetsea Office up dom loving peoplo of the mountain unit criminal practice. afof lair next door to Grifun'sdrug store. country, he spoke"brleay to national the revival fairs, calling attention Improvement of Industry and the great In the tlmea that followed the election of sIcKlnley.Snd paying a high compliment to the value of our soldiers at 1AW, d CaUNSCUOB ATTORNEY and sailors, which bad won for us a (NOTAUV I'UBLIC) glorious peace after one of the most KENTUCKY. HARTFORD.ucceeiful wars ever known in history. Will practice his profeftklon in all I would love to dwell longer," he said, Ohio and adjoining counthe courtsol "on this brilliant chapter of national ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt history, but In the campaign upon given to all business entrust, which we are now Catering there are attention questions grestor and nearer our fireto his care. side to be considered and determined." Office in Rki'Ubmcan building. HTATK FINANCES. P I PKLIX. WbutWaaAccoroplllhed In Kentucky J RDWIM ROWR. by Itepubllcau Adiulnittrutlou. He then devoted himself to vindication of tbe Uepublican state adminis- ' X,L-sxr3re:- rs tration from the aspersions cast upon It by Mr. (Joe be I and tbe opposition "press. He first showed that when the HARTFORD, KY. Will practice In the Courts of Ohio Republican party took charge of aUte county and Court of Appeals. Prompt affairs, this country was passing fearful financial Crisis. "Wie attention given to all business en through aof the state sinking fund bs trusted tu our care. Office in Herald rusources to Insignificance, the state diminished building. bad little credit at home or abroad, IU own warrants and claims dishonored and begging for a market at from 10 JOHN T. RONE, to (0 per cent discount Tbe people were not responsible. Tbey bad paid CKMTfcllTOWW, KY. thstr taxes, but notwithstanding tLa ltlne state had borrowed $600,000 on bonds ijrwIrMleH Will become due In 106, and that generstovernment bad although rourtaaroiil " 4JollueriMiill refunded !"W. the the state the sum of $006,650.15, ol AppU. and to lion given to collection. UMcln very dollar of which was used to A. Kan slalldl-i- r. state; the general expensca of the189S-9- 6 ot the fiscal year at the close outstanding warrants agthere' were A. gregating $1,256,26.07. to dlacharge which not a dollar was held by the 11 stats. Time and again during thewas years, up to and Including 1695, It Ky. offlcially announced that there was a HAirrronn, payment of clslms. ot Hpecial attention given to all business suspension daythe January. 1886. when of On the 6th entrusted to his care. Office in Court tbe Republicans assumed charge of tbe state government, they found "pigeonHouse. holed,7' la the auditor's office, unaudited claims. At that time there was due the teachers ot the state R. E. LEE BIMMERMAN, $373,683.68 and only $39,880.60 In tbe school fund to pay with. The tsx rate since tho Republican party came In power baa been 42ft cents, and out ot i IlAHTVOllD, KY. Income derived from that rate in all the the very dollar ot expenses accruing has Will practice his profession counties been paid promptly, and on July 31, Courts of Ohio and adjoining 1899, there was a net balance In the Collections carefully and promptly at- treasury ot $318,186.18. Every claim tended to. Office with T. J. Smith against the state ot Kentucky In 189S Every claim agalnat was under par. &G., Market fchreet. tho state of Kentucky In 1899 Is at par. No charge of Insufficiency can becloud these Indisputable facts. E.DAVIDSON, Uut, say the opposition, since 1896 the tax rate haa been Increased 10 cents on the $100 and in addition $500,000 has been borrowed. True, but not a dollar Hahtfohd, Ky., realised from either ot these sources his profession in Ohio has been used by the present adminisWill practice couutles. Special at- tration to defray current expenses, but and adjoining ovary dollar of It has been uaed to tention given to all business entrusted liquidate the intereit bearing Indebtedness of the state. The law levying the to his care. 10 cents extra taxation specifically provided that the fund realised thereby should not be applied to tbe current expenses, but to the old Indebtedness and eeai to be operative after thre years. Whenever the eltlxen pays to HARTFORD, KY. this extra taxation, he the Will practice his profession in all the must needa be painfully reminded of Ohio and adjoining counties Democratic, administrations In days courts of by and pray for continued Careful attention will be given to a Rone In days to come. Colto hi care. business entrusted BTATK I'RISONS. Officuover Ohio lections a specialty. Republican! Saved the Taxpayers of County Bank. Also Notary Public. the State a Large Lump. In regsrd to tbe conduct of stats JSI. IE- prisons Oeneral Taylor said: When tbe Republican party LA A TTOIWEY-A- T-ItEMTUl'UY. W, into power tn tbe state It foundcam the t'URIIHVIM.E, Frankfort penitentiary in a moat Will practice bis prolesslon in all the plorable condition, Even the simplest courts of Ohio and adioiniug bounties rules of cleanliness were disregarded; and Court of Appeals. Special at- not only dirt and filth everywhere tention given to collections. Office abounded within Its forbidding walls, but there wss scarcely a sprig or pass, next door tn Post Office. a flower, a leaf, anywhsre within Its courts jar confines to cheer the lonely -Inmates, Moreover, part of tbe shop. ii rut. with libu h.i.r . n k.t lt were burned, and less than I Cskata" nMTM IA .Mir. i.r MM ! UI of the convicts employed. After glvlug k r"r-NVWhj fTf VI "JJi. partaiM WU figures from the official records o Mi 1MI '. .'.-- M tmftkM show that during the last three years LajaA.a.Mir... aoj .kII..UfT Ik 'sIH-i-. .4 .MM a!?'.." -- TJSl1",T. of Democratic control the annual deficit was $90,106.31. while under II management the amount ot --af7kllllT-'-J KJBJBBSS only $13,130.36, showing a UUMt.1'." saving to the state by the Republicans of $47,175.95 per year. lie continued: aits "During tbe period ot Republican udWkliki; wllh ared si lion control tbe sanitary condition of the Book "' out prison was vastly Improved, nest uauura msi ) M. S. M SKMLLIT CO. walks were laid within tbe courts, Ok M SMtol grass plata and lower bds Ware aaad. HARTFORD,. Attorney at Law ns Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, E3. JJE3 ftTi, nt J. S. R. Wedding, Rowe & Felix, ATTORNEY AT LAW tr plllii de-tr- Attorney at Law, e. SAYOfl,, $258,-833.- (2 Attorney at L&w CIIINN SCHOOLItOOIC DILTj. Attorney at Law, J Attorney at Law, 3FtoTo3. d. tr.-lll- lM i, ., 1... T ":: wr " B one-ha- B aur.iina -nV SrfsT. mtt r' , til' fr rea Wide the Door of Jobbery, Corruption and Fraud. This same legislature attempted to enact what Is known as the "Chlnn Schoolbook Bill." It this bill would bave become a law It would have practically rendered valueless all of the schoolbooks now In the hands of the children ot this state, and In that way would bave entailed a loss on the people ot at least $500,000 to start with. The friends ot the Chlnn bill have pointed to Indiana for confirmation of their argument la support of their proposed measure. In thst state there Is now In foree such a law regulating the purchase and prices ot schoolbooks. To all public educators ot the country It Is well Vnown that the schoolbooks used In Indiana are far Inferior to those used In Kentucky. I desire to read to you a letter to Superintendent J. II. Patterson from the publishers of the geographies furnished In Indiana. Mr. Patterson Is, as I understand, a Democrat, and has doubtleaa been told by the advocates of the Chlnn measure that the book company was selling In Indiana Frye'a (which geography is ussd n this state as a standard book) at a price very much lower tban the same book was selling In Kentucky, Hence ha wrote to tbe company complaining ot the discriminations. The letter reads aa follows: 8 , Wabash Avenue, Chicago, June 29, 1399. Superintendent J. II. Patterson, Lancaster, Ky.: Dear Sir Replying to your favor of the 27tb mat., we wouia say mat toe geographies adopted for Indiana are quite different from the regular editions of Frye, The Indiana editions are known as Frye's Introductory and Advanced Geography, and contain con. slderably less material tban Frye'a Elements ana uowpieie, uesiaes dsiob bound In boards Instead of cloth and more cheaply gotten up In other ways. In makln mis cnesper eaiiton tor In diana we ftel that we are not dlscrlnv Inatlng against any other schools that are using our regular editions. . , . "Tha arrument annlles eoually well to our Montgomery's History. These editions are. made for the state ot In- dlana and we can not sell them any. wnere outsiae or me siaie. inanoK you for giving us an opportunity ,U state our case, we are very respectfully OINN ft COMPANY." yours, Certainly this ought to convince tha $78-38- It Opened most skeptical that the books sold In oornmlfaloners will have to do this." GOEBEL HAD AN INCENTIVE. Indiana are not equal In quality to MENACE TO LIDEUTV. those used In this state. Not only would tho proposed measDemocrats Respond to the Govern-o- r' Sandford Had Boon a Thorn ure entail on the people an ImAppcrtl "With nn Outrage. mense loss In the purchase of In His Sldo Politically. was there ever such books, but It opens wide the door of Jobbery, fraud and corruption. There a menace to civil liberty? What by Its author for ths is no provision In the bill that prohibCovington, Ky. , Aug. a8. To The this odious thing? First, ho its the members of the commission Dispatch: To the best ot my ability, from adopting manuscripts of their saysr f own creation, or from forming a part''Oovernor Bradley, In his message to honestly exerted, but possibly influnership with a trust that Is to publish the g6nVral assembly tbat enacted this the books; no guarantee that the books law recommended the enactment bt a enced by nn antipathy, the growth ol are to be of a certain standard. All new election law to prevent election 35 years of close and unavoidable perthis Is to be left to the commission. frauds. The bill for the new law did Each of the commissioners Is to draw not meet hla views and he vetoed It, sonal knowledge of Goebel and, perfrom the state treasury $5 per day and but eved he haa declared that the new haps, by warm recollections of Sand-- , expenses, and may. If three members law .Is better than the old, to which ford, these are the facta of the killing: so elect, convene themselves at any tbe Republican platform demands a retime, and thus remain In session al- turn." iaovernor Bradley never Sandford had been a thorn in doc-bea new election law. He did most the entire year. side polltlcally,and it was neces.recommend certain amendments to reGOEQEL ELECTION LAW. move Imperfections In the old law. sary tbat he should be removed, doe-bcl- 's Id anxwer to this patriotic request Crowning Act of Infamy Perpetrated for,aJagr Insuring "that the humblest not unnatural malice toward him by a Deformed Legislature. 'CltlzenHy cast his vote and bave It festered to a head when defeated lor fairly fannied," But the crowning act of Infamy with an outrage not Intended to remove Im- appellate jutfge at Augusta. On April by this "vicious body of deformed Democrats and degenerate perfections, but designed to render the Americans" was the enactment of tbe entire election a mockery and a ma- 6, 1895, Goebel wrote and published Ooebel election law. It creates a state chine of opposition. He asked for in a vile occasional paper, called the election commission composed of three bread, and you gave him a stone; tor Ledger, a vile article imputing that men to be elected by tbe legislature. a fish and you gave bin a serpent There Is no provision for a division of "But," says the author, "even the gov- Sandford was infected with a vile disthese commissioners among the polit- ernor has declared tbe new law better ease. The article was lately repro ical parties. This board not only ap- than the old." Oovernor Bradley has points and removes county boards at already refuted this statement duced entire In The Louisville DisBut the author again saxs, "This pleasure, but sits as a court of contest No provision Is made for a division statute was rendered necessary by the patch. It may be tbat Sandford wonld ot the members of the county boards frauds by which Kentucky was In 1896 have ignored tbe article but for its between tbe parties. Tbe people ara taken from Bryan and given to malignity toward Jo Blackburn.whom not to be consulted as to who shall If this charge were true. It would Sandford dearly loved. In fact, he hold those county offices. The state board can arbitrarily act upou all not Justify the existence of the Ooebel apparently did lenore it until the questions and Its decisions are final. election law: but that It Is false there It can remove county boards without cannot be a shadow of a doubt. The meeting five days afterward, casual on county Judges who appointed-theleccause, and there Is no redress. The county board appoints the officers of tion officers in 1895 appointed them In Sandford's patt. elections, and while they are required 1896, and also In 1897, when the state MMULTANKOUS SIIOT3. In Kentucky by the new, as In the old law, to di- went 17,000 Democratic, On that day Jack Ilendrlck was in vide the election officers between the the Republican train In 1896 over the parties, they are left at liberty to de- vote of 1895 was 26 per cent; the Derop- - town and casually met Goebel at Filth termine for themselves who are Re- crauc gain was ii per cent now can publicans and who are Democrats. If any fair man reconcile with these In- and Scott. After greetings Hendrick the county board be Democratic, It haa disputable figures the charge that the said he was going np to Sandford's the power under' the law to select aa Republicans in 1896 carried the stats bank to get a check cashed and asked Republican election officers any man by fraud? whom tho members ot that board are Frauds Licensed. Goebel to go with him. Goebel agreed pleased to call Republicans. IncomThere never was glaring and petent and unreliable Republicans can Indefensible insult a more to any peo- and they started along Fifth to Madl-sooffered be appointed in every precinct The ple than this charge Nearlng Madison they were sheriff, who Is tbo umpire between two the mountain sections of fraud against of the state. hailed by Frank Helm, and, altersalu. having no voice), Judges (the clerk Not for the purpose of even intimatmay In every voting precinct be a I ing tbat a fraud was perpetrated In tbe tation, Ilendrlck told Heltn.na he had Democrat, or belong to the party havFirst Congressional but that ing control of the election machinery. I you may appreciate district,full extent told Goebel, that he was going to to Its The county board may without cause, tae Insult offered the people of the Sandford's bank to get a check cashed. at any time, remove any election of ' Eleventh district I desire to call your Helm asked him why he did not go to ficer, even on me aay or election. Ana attention to the figures of the 1893 I am told that such a thing did occur election In the his bank; that he would cash his district In Kenton county at the last election. I Democratic gain First year over The that the check and led the way across Madison Last year In Pulaski county the councent, while ty board, without the semblance of au- election of 1895 was 96 peronlv .18 ner toward his bank (First National) near the Republican train was thority, refused to count or consider cent In' the county of Graves, the n square nearer than Sandford's, tbo vote in a number ot precincts. home of Mr. Coulter, one of tbe Music ly Pugh Case. Hall nominees, and the place selected (Farmers' and Traders' National.) As In tbe Ninth congressional district to open the campaign of that gentleImmedlstely after the election, it was man and his associate candidates, the they approached the ank Sandford thoughf that upon the face ot tbe re- vote cast for Oovernor Bradley In 1895 waa seen to come out and to Stop on turns made out by the officers ot the was 1,227; for Oeneral Hardin, 2,264; lower step. Goebel said "There's various voting precincts, Mr. Pugh was for both, a total ot 3,491. In 1896 the tbe elected member of congress by a small Democratic ticket received 4,699 votes, that s o b , Sandford, now," and majority. The election board In Carter or 1,208 more than both Bradley and again, "There's the county thereupon refused to count the Hardin received in 185. vote Inr one Republican precinct and In In the Second congressional district now." When they reached the step that way tried to overthrow Hr. Pugh's another Democratic stronghold, the Hendrick greeted Sandford, who exreported majority. It was, however, Democratic gain In 1S96 over 1895 was subsequently ascertained tbat the esti- 88 per cent while that of the Republic- tended his left hand, his right being mate first made ot Mr. Pugh's majority ans was only 31 per cent Again, It Is said that the Ooebel elec- in bis trousers pocket.and said: "Mr. bad been too low, and notwithstanding tion law Is modeled after theOhio law. Goebel, do you hold yourself responthe outrage perpetrated In Carter counrety, ha was still upon the face ot the This Is nofJLtue, la the Ohio (aw frauds turns, made out by the cotlnty boards', and Injustice are made impossible; In sible fuC4bat article in the Ledget?" elected by a majority ot about 10. the Kentucky law botbrare made pos- Goebel answered, "I do, sir," and two Thereupon the county boards In sible, and licensed. shots were instantly fired. Helm Bracken and Rowan counties were each ARISE AND STRIKE I dropped on hands aud knees on the reconvened and proceeded to stultify themselves by throwing out a number Duty of Kentucky Republicans Out- steps, Hendtlck stood dazed, Goebel ot Republican votes In each county, lined In a Fervent App'eal. and issuing new certificates; which to the overthrow ot walked down the street and Sandford would doubtless have been done at the If those boards had then known this unspeakable wrong, to tbe restbr- - stood a moment, then slowly turned start tuusi. atiuu tu uu pcvyia vi It was necessary to accomplish tne deJ crcd rights, I pledge all iici energies ot and fell face forward ccross Helm, the feat of Mr. Puch. ' my life. Whatever of brain and heart These are the physics! facts and nil of The state board In this esse held consecrate to i may possess that It could not go behind tbe first great ends. The ipath of duty lies tnese them. plain returns; hence It condoned and apInferentlally one may Bee the grow proved the robbery In Carter county, before us. All other Issues beslde-thl- s dwarf and dwindle Into Insignificance. and would have approved tho robquestion of parties; It Is not ing disappointment of Goebel that beries perpetrated In Rowan and It is not a a question of men; but it Is a question Sandford did not seek him to be killed Bracken counties It they had been comas a mitted when the county boards ot these ot whether we shall longer exist party in In Goebel's office; tbe free people. The Republican Notwithcounties first convened. standing the outrages perpetrated In stands pledged to the repeal ot this gratification at tbe flimsy excuse unthese counties, not a single member of measure. wittingly furnished by Hendrick to , Thousands of brave Democrats have those election boards has been pundenounced It; the Populists have de- hunt Sandford in his own place of ished or removed from office. nounced It; the Prohibitionists have business ; the disappointment again Trimble's Letter. and the best elements ot denounced In this connection let mo read you society In ItKentucky, Irrespective ot when Helm unwittingly steered blm two letters that as aptly reveal the or creed, Barty what ahall havedo denounced it off; the glee again when the chance Infamies ot the Goebel law as anything we to be saved? that has sver been said or written. It I believed that the surest way to meeting at Helm's bank gave him his The writer ot the first letter was a destroy these evils which now beset member ot tbe general assembly that us was to support either of tbe other opportunity. Hendrick testified that passed the law, and la now the nomitickets In tbe field which stand pledged Sandford shot first, but he had first nee of the Democratic party for reagainst them, rather than my own, not election. He thoroughly understood for a moment would I hesiute to do so. told newspaper men and everybody the purposes of Its author and tho obof peril, principle first; that the reports were so close together In ject of the measure, and was one of Its party the time not at all. We must first be free, most ardent advocates. Listen to the else parties can not exist In the dark that he conld not tell which was first. letter end the answer thereto: hour of danger the path of duty always This false statement, as he swore it "Frankfort. Ky Aug. IS. 189S. stands clear In the light of conscience. "Mr. W. E. Thompson, Frankfort. Ky.: For tbe courageous. Intelligent men of was, be explained by saying tbat be "My Dear Thompson I will preface Kentucky I need give but this counsel. "wanted to get rid of them." Helm tbe contents of this letter by saying Do your duty. Rouse and strike. Your that you haven't a better friend in only wespons are your ballots; weap- said tbey were so closely simultaneous Franklin county tban I am, and It is ons ot which your enemies would rob he could not tell. It is, of course, my friendship for you that I write this you. letter. You were indicated by tbe Orgtnlze for A fair election. Every- quite immaterial, legally or morally, county committee as one of the elecwhere demand it; and by the strength tion commissioners for this county. No of right and overwhelming numbers but anyone wbo knew Sandford in better man could have been appointThis bs tlmately wonld Know tbat he could see to it that It Is accorded ed, but it Is an unenviable position, your only salvation. If it fall you, have hit a lamp post across the street and one tbat you should not accept. then the deadly coils of tyranny will Our county Is all right safely Demotighten about you and crush to death if he had not been a dead man ; and cratic, but city elections can not be your political liberties. that his shooting at all was the spaswon with a fair count, and you know modic, convulsive clenching of tbe that as well as I do. Incompetent, unJudges will have to reliable Repibllcan fingers ot a dying man, be appointed. Tbe right of the Republicans to Indicate who shall represent NEVER IMPRISONED. them as Judges, etc., will bave to be Goebel was never Imprisoned. He Ignored, and the election commissioners will have to do this, or receive the promenaded with hla iriend, Mayor of the city Democrats. I would Rhlnock, from the corner to tbe police It, for I could not conscientiousnot do '. 'f'tM lis- wiT? i ly do so, and I know that you- would office and sat there for an hour until a my advice to you Is to not: therefore facite county judge could be summon refuse to scl I had a talk with Judae Pryor on the subject nd he said that ed by him to admit him to ball wlth- If you would refuse to act ho would any charge whatever, He waa Indl-- 1 appoint anyone that we might Iout examined before the same cate, which would be Ben Marshall. ' You know Ben Is so partisan that ha on a complaint not containing thinks anything Is right that helps the tbe words, "malice aforethought," Democrats. Think tbe mattor over and use your best Judgment, and It you and the atttcle which led to the killing conclude to accept, write to me Immewas excluded and he was discharged diately and I will bave the change made. I will also see that your Interon tbe Immediate facts of the shooting esU ara represented In the appointalone. Two grand juries considered ment of officers on your side of the river; Lot me hear from you at oncet his caie.but each time after tbe judgeja "Blnceroly your friend, charge one or more grand jurors re"BOUTH TRIMBLE." A Terse Reply. ceived private chsrge from Goebel Thompson's answer Is as follows: hlinsell In bis office every night dur"Flag Fork, Ky., Aug. 18, 1898. ing the sitting. He is, of course, not "Mr. South Trimble, Frankfort, Ky.: yet cleartrt, and might be convicted it "My Dear Sir Youra ot ths 13th ef August, in regard to election comhlls- Governor and while Goveraor. slonera for the countv. received, and I In In rVtely will say my confidence This statement is not privileged, comyoUTvs5erlty about this matter Indeed, I have so many understand. pels me to refuse to accept the appointment ot election commissioner, lea tbat I incline to have It If I have to do a dishonorable act for graphed and save trouble, I will not accept Show this letter to Judge Pryor, thst be may act regaw facta I am sure are absolutely less ot the county committee s reconv C0"Ki my lnfetences . I think are menaatlon. Most respocumiy juura, i WlfKQWlSJrfpTy "W. E. THOMPSON." ",PUnd0' .'"tcrcdlt." B '8 ore Think nf what Mr. Trimble SSYS M- I "OITUAL these latter aa the product of bias and Inw.cltliam? "Our eountv Is all right urir--v safely Democratic but city elections deduce your own conclusions. Yours ran nnt h wnn with a fair COUUt. How riMi Mr. Trimble propose T. V, IIat.lau. very truly, prevent a fair count? "Incompetent, i P S, Any statement' tbat Sand Judges wlU have unreliable Republican ford's oppoaltlot to Goebel was bet to be appointed." "The right of Re- publicans, to indicate wno saaii rstn cause of Goebel's futile legislation atsent them as judges, etc., will havo to tempting to reduce bridge and turnbe Ignored," Who Is to Ignore this ..V. TD.. &' a"JK!v right? pike tolls Is erroneous at the least. rMtwMMiatumiHituuu. Mr. .Trimble says. "And tbe election Fellow-citizens, ' l'a ,.w e 1 I not tate to administer Chamberlain's His Llfo Was Savod. Cough Remedy. It contains no opiate nor narcotic in any form and Mr. J. E. Lily, a prominent citizen may be glvin nt confidently to the of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a won- babeas toanarlult. The great sucVderfal deliverance from a frightful cess that has alt nded its use In the' death. In telling ol it he says: "I treatment of col sand croup haswou was taken with Typhoid Fever, thst fqr it the approv il and praise it has ran into Pneumonia. My lungs bereceived through mt the United States came hardened. I was so weak I and in many foreign lands. For sale couldn't even sit up In bed. Nothing by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro, m helped me. I expected to soon die ot . Consumption, when I heard of D.. If you need nuy job work tbe Republican is pn pared to accommodate King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great rellef.I continued to use It, you. Give us a call. All work and now am well and strong, I can'fc guaranteed. say too much in its praise." Thifj marvelous medicine is the surest anct Bismarck's Iron Norvo quickest cure In the world for all Wasthcresult ;f hisspleudid health. Throat and Lung trouble. ReguJae Indomitable wilt and tremendous energy are not f und where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys nnd Bowels are out of order. If yon want the qualities and the success they brlng.useDr. King's New Life Pills. They, develop every power of brain and body. "Only 35c at J. H. Williams' drug store. sizes 50 cents arid $1.00. Trial bottles free at J. II. Williams' Drugstore; every bottle guaranteed. I Don't think a man appreciates a cyclone because he is carried away with It, l.nng Irritation Is theorerunnerof consumption. Dr. Don't hang your head if you are Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, guilty. That Is what the sheriffs and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle paid for. there. 25c at all good druggists, tf Ease and Disease - m A Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cucareta, Candy Catharby Disease Is the opposite of ease. tic cleair your blood andktrp lasy liver driving all imWebster defines disease as "lack ot stirring up the the body, and llegin to-iltu purities from ease, uneasiness, trouble, vexation, banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking, disquiet." It Is u condition due to Cascarcts, beauty for ten rents. All drugsome derangement of the physical gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, SOc. short Loason on tho Moan-Insa Familiar Word. Don't think because you can tool some people that others can't fool you. of Deantr la Blood Deep. Fellow-citizen- s, A vast majority of the from which people sutler Is due to impure blood. Diseases of this kind is cured by Hood's Sarsa-paril- la which purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood. Hood's Sarsapa-rlll- a cures scrofnla, salt rheum, pirns pies and all eruptions. It tones the stomach and creates a good appetite, and it gives vigor and vitality to the whole body. It reverses the condition o( things, giving health, comfort and "ease" in place of "disease." organism. "dls-ease- " Is better than a pound ol Don't forget that an ounce of silence explanation. Wmk Kyea Are Made Ntron- -, dim vision made clear, styes remdvett and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle Bye Salve. It's put up in tabes, and, sold on a guarantee by all good druggists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro, tf Where the Various Kinds of Fool Rest. Prescription fer Ctillla and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tast-leChill Tonic. Never falls to cure; then why experiment with worthless TUe Deal Mil ss imitations? Is noted for Price, 50c. Tho Gaunt of Folly and Its distinct vision. Sn ate those utuns Finish. who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo Knoxvllle Tribune: Take a walk its keen sight, clear and. thtpugh a cemetery alone and you will pass the last resting place of the man who blew Into the muzzle ol a gun to see if it was loaded. A little further down the slope Is the crank who tried to show how close he could pass in front ol a moving train. In strolling abont you see the modest monument of the'hlred girl who tried to statt the fire with kerosene, and a knoll that covers the grass-covere- d or wca'c eyw styes, sore eyes or any icina or granutatea lias, sold oy an dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf Don't bother about taking aim if you want to shoot tbe chutes of oblivion. Quaraateed tobacco habit cure, make sak men strong, blood pure. Mo, it. AUdrusiUU. tot Fifty Cents. Don't acquires reputation for truth fulness by speaking ill of yourselt. Ill-w- l?Mfis rgSli - CANCER IS DEADLY! This fortrf ul diseaso often first appears a moro scratch, a pimplo, or lump in b11" to 1 tno breaat Pacie flut nf Tom h notico, until, t00 many cases,attract any UQCrla UUl Ul I Bll the deadly in disooso is fully devolopod. -- I I Cancer can not bo cured by a surgical LaSli blJri rOtHIQ operation, because tho diseaso ii a irulent poison in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and although tho soro or ulcer known aa the Concor may bo cut away, tho poison remains in tho blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with ronoved violence. d Tho wonderful success of S. S. S. in curing obstinate, blood diseases which were considered incurablo, induced a low despairing sufferers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting tho skill of tno physicians without a euro. Much to their dolight 8. S. S. proved equal to the diseaso and promptly efTocted a euro. Tho glad news sproau ropiuiy, ana it waa soon uomonstratcu beyond doubt that a cure had at lust been KvlVBnV found for deadly Cancer. Evidence has accumulated which is incontrovertible, of which tho following is a specimen : " Canosr Is hsredlta ' In our family, my father, a Results Fatally In Mine I oa Wm Mm Acts gently on deep-soato- Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System c ,eanses the roNST' .,,.. the J.xinj GuiniaITg.Syrvp sitter and an aunt having died from this dreadful Ky feelings may be imagined when the horrible disease made Its appearance on my aldo. It was j a malignant Canoer, eating inwardly In such a way aa to causa great alama. Tbe disease seemed beyond the skill of the doctors, for their treatment did no good whatever, the Canoer growing worse ail the while. UBSJS, M. IDOL. Numerous remedies were used for It, but the Canoer grew steadily worse, until It seemed that I was doomed to follow the others of tho family, for I know how deadly Cancer Is. especially when inherited. I was advised to try Swift's Speolftp (a S. a), which, from tlvs first day, forced out the poison. I continued Us use until I bad taken eighteen botUae, whan I was oursd sound and well, and bave had no symptoms of the dreadful aruictlon. though many years have elapsed. S. S, S. U tbe oauy our for Canoer. Has. S. M. Idol, Winston, N. O, 'Our book on Cancer, containing othor testimonials and voluabl information, will be sent froo to any address by tho Swift Speciflo disease. jffEf A ' a 1 Company, Atlanta, Qoorgia. .m. ! ft, L N ,1 li. t 1 no more trying work than the Mrs John W Rowels Hsltlng her weaxcr'si' Added to the confinement, the Goebel's subsidized hireling, Con beat and the Impure air, there is often n Hc-w- ? patents at Relider this week. gressman Allcn,appeared in the Court nmouiuoi pnjs-Ic1 cxfcrtfpn May has moved to the las Frank n Hall, Monday, and addressed about which teems ' m 1. hImi1 m ium 17 Calloway property on church street 5j L. B. In the one hundred voters, among whom s and Mr Rock has tuovid to the Shull manufacture of were many Republicans, who had pi mh, for house on Main street. congregated through curiosity. The those Wlieil Giom $1.10 per hundred. Gout Mt3l $1.40 per liurHlrid. Mrs. Swane, of Prentls, Is vlMting who cut the pile speaker did not attempt to make a Com end Wheel Grower i per hundred Offlco on Fox Stroot. Soluble Done and Pctash $1.05 per hundred, ner brother, John Carter, hcie this Is Sn I 1 Evr.HY man in Kentucky who was "rvl "vA have to walk speech, from some reason unknown to about thirty Com end Wheat Grovser. louisville Feililiets. week, at all familiar with the situation prior day. a I ua, but indulged in a regular family Subscription, SI per year In advance Mr Worth Wade was the guest ol And with every II ml J) r 10 I nut tlit It to rVMl Orowir (o.l year to tbe Murio Hall convention knows SulSsl ptr Outturn scolding. The Congressman thorough JqIiiiP toittt. Ilattfori. 0l Coaly, Jty ?L,step of that P. II. Ross Saturday and Sunday. toun, acr that Vatt Hanlin was the choice of a Kntered nt the at Hartford tji Sfr" thirty miles ly demonstrated his inability to handle S. R. James visited his parents at 0 L. D. Sandorfur, dealer, Beaver Dam. largo majority of Kentucky Demo thev breathe In as second clnss mail matter. the question now before the Kentucky West Point last Sunday. vitiated air filled with particles of dust, crati for Governor, auil hia conduct voter, namely: "The L A N. R. 11. Mr John fJreenwood, of Llvermore, polsouons coloring matter and other subFRIDAY. SHPTIiMHfiR 8. A since that convention justifiea tbe gen stances, irrltatlni; to the throat and ngaimt the Democratic parly." lie tried was a visitor here Satuiday aud Sun luiifM. It Is no wonder that so many mill ernua support his party willed to give hands htve nn obstinate cough or that so day. in his humble way, and it was vert him. Stone combined with 0 rebel to "lung trouble." Mr. U S. Paught and wife are on many isof them die of whose work makes humblo indeed, to justify the LouisIt to operatives steal Hardin's vole, and when Gnebel the sick list this week. them peculiarly liable to lung disease ville convention dwelt at length lie stole from him be aquealed, iloubtlcs. We have a new firm here In the that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dison the com mil tee on credentials and covery comes as n priceless boon. It posiupon tbe principle that there ought to saddle and harness business, D. N tively cures deen seated and obstinate Judge Redwine, but failed to show be some honor among thieves. After mtmBmBtsE&mB&maEaammmmmmm. couglM, bronchial affections, bleeding of Stroud and T. M Her, proprietors, how that committee unseated 322 le and other diseases which if tbe convention fell into Ibe hands 01 L. A. Brown, ot Point Pleasant, the lungs, lead to consumption. You can save 10 to 15 per cent by buying your neglected tally appointed delegates and seated -and assassins," Hardin when I coiumnctl taklneyour mftllrlntt, visited "his aunt, Fannie Davis, here . FACTS IN THE CASE. etghtcta months tro, Rir healtn wa corapUtclr Lumbor, sash, doors, shinglog and building maGoebel's henchmen from Ken ten and withdrew bia name from before it and 1astrweek, broken down." writes Mr. Cor L, Sunderland. or Ouncytille. Calvert Co Md. ' At times 1 other counties. He also failed to exterial at tho Cornor ot IdrIo and 7th sta. In a dignified manner withholds bi Miss Zella Htflin spent last Sunday could not even walk across the room, without Iu ita last issue, The Republican REPUBLICAN TICKET. plain under what parliamentary rulpains In my chest The doctor who attended me support from the Goebel ticket, and said had Inns trouble and that would never did not seek to draw the Herald out with friends in the country. ings that reputed Judge refused a mem again concluded to try Ir At I have one of tbe best assmtments of Choice Lumber in the mil diiVERNiin, The Ice cream supper,at the country be well medicine. la- hus,ht a bottle or 'Oolden every Democrat In Kentucky who I Pierce's ber of the convention tbe privilege ol or into a discussion of the Goebel home of Mr. H. II. Asliby's Saturday Medical Discovery,1 took It. and soon commenced State, and can makelit nn object to you to obtain price for your supported him for the nomination of Bullrr C0111117. to feel a little better then vou directed me to lumber. appealing from the chair's decision or Election Law. It meant only to give night, was an enjoyable least to many tske both the Golden Medical ahould follow hia dignified example. the Tavorite Prescription.' which did roR MKl'TENA.Vr-nnVERXOby what authority he declined to en- its readers a fair comparison oi the otonr worthy young men and noble 1 have taken eighteen bottles of ' Oolden 70XX1T MAItCTTAT.1 . Medical Discovery ' twelve of the Favorite Pretwo laws in question and an honest I iell strictly lor Cash, which means that you will not have He at A prominent citizen and Democrat tertain a motion to adjourn. scription,' and five vtala of ' Pellets. I am miw young ladles. of l.oiilivlle. discussion oi same. all The Rcrunu-can'- s Mr. Cris Ashby and family and Mr almost entirely well, and docan rmy work with-oto help pay auy bad bills when you buy here. tempted to show how Goebel obtained of Hartford on being asked hia opin with more any pain wtiatever and FOR NEl'IIETAKY OK NTATE, ease than 1 could formerly nuli " first challengo was offered in Tom Her and wile were pleasant vlsi CA.X.3333 ion of the Hon. II. D. Aliens speech the nomination without frjud and de You can consult Dr. Pierce by letter good faith, with tbe hope of airing the tors of H. H. Davis absolutely without charge. He will careol Knox Cunutjr, last Sunday. expressed himself in these or similar nied that it was stolen fmra Capt. COXIOLO aStn-Ca- . fully consider your condition, and write Goebel law and the determination to Rev J. II. Rlrhardson delivered an you fully, words: "He did not touch any nl Stone and in this attempt he demon em:ral, giving you familiar, fatherly nail tfa6 tliallenged to the wall. , Sn-VSable sermon here Sunday. ud ice as well as medical direction. Your CUrTClT 7. Maud. the vital questions. I wanted to know strated his ignorance, even to the folol Hopkins Comity, letter will be held as strictlv private The Republican had surveyed the Any ordinary man how a man could go to a convention lowers of Goebel. and sacredly cotifiilenti.il. Address Dr. HORTON, KY. FOR AODITOR, R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. with less than 200 votes and yet get with normal sense knows that Goebel field, fortified itself and measured tbe H3SV. JOXC2.T a. CTTTTGICXTIST. Sept. S The hearts ol the peop'e With suffio tbe nomination without fraud, when did not receive his nomination fairly caliber oi its antagonist. Doalor in all kinds of Building Matnrial, ol llonrbon Connty. ROS1NE. there were 1,098 delegated votes in and squarely, but through his own cient preparation made and armored of Horton and community were madt FOR TRKARtmril, that convention. I wanted to know political mandates. He declared that, with a glittering mail of truth, The sad last Friday morning by the death of one ot our most beloved and respectBy request ol Mr. M. S Raglan wc citM:ii ni:vi;vrii ami i.mii.s. ntki.i.tn. ol llrenllillt (.'onuly. by what authority they could dismiss because Goebel was the nominee of Republican hoped for a contest conducted in a fair, upright and manly ed citizens. Mr. John Martin. Th publish this letter for the benefit of a delegate without cause and telegraph the regularly called Democratic conFORK (JIT. I'UllI.HHNNTIIfCTION, life oi Mr. Martin has been an exem- our readers: TOXCXT 33tTSiK35. another, who had never seen a con- vention, every true Democrat should way. But in this hope The Repuii My Dear Old Friend Mose, I have ol CnlHpbrll Count jr. met with disappointment. Its plary one, full of good deeds and kind vention hall, to come and take a seat aupport bim, however offensive he lican acts ; and when the, death ange' been a voter lor 54 years and have . FOR Cnll'll OF in tbe council. These among many might be. With him he said party excuse for not entering into a discus- called his spirit to pass over the mys voted at every election, except the CJL3?s. j ixmocsTZTOTirsosT ly n other questions, that the gentleman was first, and, from his baranguo of sion with The Republican being that tic stream, be died as he had lived, Presidential election In 1856 ol Fayrllr County. I havr did not touch or attempt to handle, about 50 minutes, we are persuaded The Republican's editors never refer peacefully and quietly, honored and always tried to Vote intelligently nnd success in Jife This being concerted it U of first impoititnce to get your FOR HTATt. NESATOR, training ai ine scnool tliat stands In Hie very Irout rank. were what I wanted to hear discuss- that it is,that neither the powers above to their contemporary,except in abuse respected by all who knew him. We honestly, always according to others CAFT. XT. V. TXO'VTJiZZT). THE BRYANT &STRATTON BUSINESS COLliEGE, ol llullrr Comity. Bring on your Goebel speakers, nor the demons beneath the sea could and coarte billing tgale, all ot which is, extend our heartfelt sympathy to the the sitae privileges that I claim. My ed.'' i.oiiini ir.i.i:, i:vn nr, in toto, a wilful falsehood, pure and bereaved family. views religiously and politically were they will only increase Taylor's ma induce him to abandon the ghost ot FOR REI'RF.iF.TAlIVE, ) Seven experienced tc.ixhers. each one a specialist In simple on its face. The unmanly way aiOXT. 33. C. TJiJTi2.TJi.aT2T. A his line Graduate ol this collerje preferred by his once beloved party." Mrs. II. M. Ashby, who has typhoid always broad, even in the darkest days SHORTHAND. jority in the county in November. ol Heaver IMm, J ne.ts bouses Write lor n beautiful book giving tesof the rebellion, I accorded to others "My Populist brethren," said he, in which the Herald backs down and fever, Is improving. timonials from graduates occupyingirominent positions all over the Senator Wm. GoEnix.in his FOR JtAUINrllAlK, Mrs. Belle Austin 'is improving that differed from me their honesty ol "the same principles which you out, referring, continually, toTnRRE United States it wilt lie mailed to yo- u- l'REIJ. j8 a-a. rxxxxrrsi-3rspeech, said in defense of the espouse are enunciated in purpose. Now comes up tbe Goebel the Demo publican as one whose vocabulary slowly. ol Itnndee. election law which bears his name: Little Carrie and Willie Hess, who Election Law so plain and clear that era tic platform and why not join ua in is made up of nothing but words ol FOR CONNTAlll.K. "It was said this law was withputting an end to Republican mis abuse, is abameful and disgusting to have been on the sick list, are im- none can mistake it When I con fXZXlOZZS: ft TiTiSIT. out precedent, but in Ohio the template on the injuitlce of such s ol Jingo. rule." In the bosom of that Populist, say the least of it. It is truth in the proving. Republican party Has lor years Miss Anna Hammond Is unable to law, how can I look od men that hold Herald's way. It matters not with it whose ear received the above, ran a had in operation a law which vests for Goebel or for the Goebel K'ectior attend school on account oi sickness. VALEDICTORY. in one man.the Secretary of State, thrill of disgust for a man with such what it does in escaping the comer, Messrs. Henry and Fred Martin, Law; I am slow to believe that an) tbe power to appoint County just so it gets out or never gets in. audacity, as to attempt rape upon Election Commissioners for all Wlllard and Eddie Hess, of Taylor good honest liberty lovlngeallgbtened With this issue, I close my brief, Tun Republican does not desire a Mines, visited them a second time within their sad counties in the State save those their parents-herSun American citizen will suppoitsuch an containing the large Republican but pleasant, connection with The memory. He declared that the Mc discussion with the editor of any jour day. infamous law. I can scarcely believt Hartford Republican, which will clties.and those excepted counties, Chord Bill and the Chinn Bill were nal whose good common sense is so Miss Agnes Childs, ot this place, that any man in Ohio county or in which usually go Rejmbltcan even what we most needed, that he was shallow, whose perception so bed Ira who has been visiting' friends at Prov this proud old Commonwealth would now be under the capable managewhen tbe State goes Democratic, highly in favor ot them, but did not ni ed and whose judgment is so weak idence, has returned home. the power to appoint the Election try to take my liberties from me, as ment oi the Rogers twins, whom I Commissioners is vested in tbe pay tbe slightest respect to the "Goe- as to prevent his seeing many remark Miss Mattie Martin is on the sicl vottr.as well as others and place us as mayors." take pleasure in recommending to my surfs or slaves. I nm not a slave nor. (JFlil- -. bel Bill." Will some one explain this able differences between the two laws list at this writing. When Goebel gave expression to for us? This same Congressman vili- referred to. friends and the public. I am proMr. Jim Wright, of this place, has never will I be. lam what I claim 1 foundly grateful to the public for its tbe above quotation, he knew that fied and abused Col. Breckeoridge, Tbe important features of any elec- secured a position at Taylor Mines tobe, a cit'ttn of Kentucky with tbt tbe least relation or re Messrs. Owens, Hallara, Sweeney tbe paper during there was not and tion law are those which deal directly and is contemplating1 moving his right nd liberty to vote and have that generous support of semblance of tbe Ohio to the Goebel others to the limit vote honestly counted and when this ot his vocabulary, with tbe ballot and the ballot box. The family there. my connection with and particularly Election Law, but be knew that many declaring that tbe "crowd was too Ohio law guarantees an equal division Mr. G. B. Thomson is aiming tc is done 1 will cheerfully accept, though overso to any who may have patronized it people had never seen and would I am beaten. Mosc, when a man con'damned' foggy for him," (but we fail of those who appoint the election off- make a trip to Louisville this week. Mr. Fred Martin is spending this tends with me that he is in favor ol because of my connection. never see a copy of the Ohio law and to see wherein " it could be possible) icers and the election officers also, beGjtbel or this E'ection Ltw, I know that its only purpose was to mislead. and before he closed, he, with out- tween the two leading political parties week with his parents. Yours truly, There was a picnic at 'Vest View that he would take my liberty from ia no mure like the other than The one John H. Thomah. stretched arms, begged them to come For misconduct or wilful failure to last Saturday. The crowd from thi me to advance this political notion, day ia like night or civilization like to his embrace. Concluding hia re discharge their duties, or intentional place report a good time. that he would sap tbe very foundation barbarism. It is true that the Secre- marks, he said, "Displeased Demo- wrong-doinTO THE PUBLIC. Tbe Ohio law makes it a Hoping some of these items may bH of this Commonwealth for his own tary of State of Ohio appoints the crats, you cannot hope to elect John jienalty ot from 850 to 81,000 fine political and selfish greed. It has of interest, I will close. In assuming this post of honor, of deputy State Supervisors of Elections. R. R, Young Brown, and the course you are or imprisonment in jail one year, or been a long time since we have met dignity and of responsibility as a mem- It is also true that three men, ap HAMLIN CHAPEL, KY. I hope you will visit me in the neai leading will only deliver the Demo- both fine and imprisonment. ber of tbe editorial stafTof the 11 a in pointed by the General Assembly oi cratic party, bound hand and foot, Tbe Goebel law makes no provisions Rev. Brown filled his regnlar ap futute, believing in our success for the greater number of votes as well tord Rei'Iiiii.ican, with my twin Kentucky appoint tbe Election Com over to the Republicans. for a division, except at the polls, and pointment here last Sunday. will attempt brother, I realize tbe importance oi missioners for each county in the If it be a fair question, may we that is It offers no pen Mr. John I. Felix is very low with as believing that Goebel remain with commonwealth. But tbe Ohio law to count himself iu, I how the party would be alty whatever for misfeasance or mal consumption. shall hope to be able to the trust. I provides that the Secretary of State Sam Wallack. Quite a crowd of Beaver' Dam folk respect, give to tbe readers of the RicrmiLicAN shall appoint two deputy State Super bouod hand and foot ? Is it because feasance upon the part of any of Its attended church here last Sunday. of the Goebel Election Law ? or is it agents. Rostaurant and Barbor Shop, such material as will instruct and In- visors from each of tbe two leading Mr. Obe Chapman is quite sick at because of the superior ability of the terest them most. My political prin- political parties for each county in On Union Street, Corner Apple Althis writing. DR. KERFOOT ENDORSED Republican party to handle the State's Miss Susie Allen visited Miss De ley. Hair cut, shave and shampoo ciples, doctrine .and faith will be in the State. The Goebel law says noth- affairs? The gentleman has gone and In our issue of the 25th of August lila Stevens, near Beaver Dam, last will receive prompt attention. the highest sense oi the term, Repub ing about tbe politics of any of its left us at sea. We have casually given ARR RUNNING A P. S. Majors, Prop'r, commissioners. They may all be of we reviewed the church orders of week. a brief compendium of tbe family lican. Because, in the platform oi Mr. Dock Borah, of near Cromwell tbe same political party. Under the Kentucky that had denounced Goebel that party, are enunciated the divine Ohio Election law for neglect of duty scolding meeting, but feel safe in say and bis methods of conducting the is visiting Mr. Obe Chapman, ing to our readers that tbe man did Mr. Henry Black is on the sick list principles upon which this great or misconduct the deputy State Suhis own cause hurt by coming to Hart Louisville convention and ia that ren Mr, Louis P, Chapman,' who view we answered the charge that tbe American Republic was built and up pervisors are subject to a penalty ford, If ten such men would canvass visiting bis home for the past of from 8100 to 81,000 or one year in on which its future depend. Its the county, Gen Taylor would get Baptist church was the only church few days, lelt for Central City las' jail.or both. Under the Goebel law no 1,000 majority in thia order that bad condemned and passed name may fade into oblivion, but county iu NoWednesday, where he will engage 1 penalties are set foith for the benefit of resolutions of disapproval of the pro pasvember. new business those principles upon which we now tbe State Board of Election Commisceedings of Goebel's convention. In Mr. Henderson McDowell Is verj s'and are as eternal aa the heavens. sioners. Tbe Ohio law.for neglect of KENTUCKY'S DEMAND. our issue of August 18th, we pub low with typhoid Daisy, fever. tre know ssSa , For these reasons it shall be my de- duty, misconduct or other good and lished an editorial from the Pentecoatal NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES , of nothing better to tear the Kentucky demands for her next ex Herald, which published in Resolutions Liuis lightful pleasure to uphold, guard and sufficient causes, threatens the judges is lining of your throat and GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE KlTiK ecutive a man of intelligence and in lungs. It Is better than wet defend the Republican banner against and clerk- of elections with a penal Ij tegrity, a roan whose political opinions ville, denouncing tbe actions of that Ol the teacher and pupils of Elm wood feet to cause bronchitis and of from 850 to 81,000 or one year in reputed Louisville convention, li school pneumonia. Only keep It first- Upon opening school Monauy adversary who may assail it. up long enough and you jail, or both. Tbe Goebel law oilers are not bounded by his own selfish will bo remembered that the. FrnUccttal day morning, September 4 1899, out bewill succeed In reduclngyour While I shall adhere to the princi- none, Tbe above are facts and chal- ambitions, but whose opinions are Herald ia a strict Methodist journal, ranks were found to be broken by the wcigni, losing your appetite, She demands a ples oi the Republican party, it shall lenge the attention ot every honest fitting a statesman. bringing on a slow fever and and adheres strictly to the faith aud absence of Bettie Maddox, one of our making everything exactly man whoee life is a public guide for man. They are true and the mau also be my purpose to make tbe principles of its church. It was pre- klndert pupils and schoplmates who ngni ior inc. germs oi conwho refuses to consider them well is her sons of to day and an cxamplo to dicted in the issue ot August 25th passed from earth to a better world sumption. the very best up-tdate lo Stop coughing and you direct their future. She demands a an enemy to bis couutry. that tbe Methodist Conference would July 4, 1899 It was at tbe opening will get well. cal paper iu the State. Tbe continued man whoso soul is dipped in the cup denounce, in conjunction with tho of our third term of school, thai patronage and support ot the public of of reform, a man whose pledge is be- other church WHICH IS YOUR CHOICE? orders,the outrages com we realized just what we bad lost bj fore the people to repeal all laws cal Ohio and adjoining counties are ear. mitted at Louisville in the Musio Hall the death of dear little Bettie. "I am not entitled to the vote of culated to retard the progress of free- convention. Tbe Southern Methodist Whereas, Tbe sudden and unex neatly solicited. Respectlully, any man who does not favor tbe elec- dom, among which, first ot all is priRogers. Conference! in session at Carlisle, pected death of our former pupil and Lon tion law.'' Win. Goebel in his mary, the Goebel Election Law. She Ky , this week and have aotually Khoolmate, Bettie Maddux, has called speech. demands a man who has enough in us together to pay a last tribute of re Wnx some good Democrat explain condemned the Goebel ticket by pass Do you favor the election law ? If telligence to know, that the contiguity spect to her memory, we the teacher why Goebel does not speak at ing resolutions endorsing tbe actions you are an honest citizen, you will ao and pupils, resolved, and perpetuity of the State calls for a of Dr. Kerfoot, who bitterly opposes cord your neighbor the privileges you 1st, That we regret with trembling man that will guard sacredly, first of Sixty-seve- n the election of a to the hands and aching hearts t men, oitty, participat- demand and are therefore against the all things, ol . that right which ia given to office of Governor ot Kentucky. To the deceased. Her life was character ed in the parade at Oneusboro, Mon- renegades', pollccraans' and thuds' man by nature that all men are by cures coughs of every kind. further prove our assertion, xo quote ized by sweet smiles and kind words day, Most of Goebel's crowd came ticket. nature, free and equal. Every one of An ordinary cough disap"I will be as liberal as Mr. Goebel. these qualifications are possessed by a dispatch to the Evening 1'otl irom as well aa by tbe btlghtncssof her in from across tbe Ohio. These Hoosler-Ile- a pears In a single night. The , I do not want tbe vote of any man Carlisle: racking coughs of bronchitis Goebclite badges. wore tellect. Also that Butler county boy, who boa risen who la Iu favor ol the election law." are soon completely masDrills, "Carlisle, Ky., Sept 4 At ad, Bettie was a good natured tered. And, if not too far to tbe highest esteem of his country session 01 tlie southern Methodist O. D. CHICK, Doalor, Boaver Dam, Oi.ue Jameh, of Crittenden coun- Gen. Taylur at London. along, tho coughs of conKv kind hearted, peaceable little girl ol . Choose ye thia day which master men. Like the Lamb ct God iu the Conference of Kentucky, a resolution ' W4.V fcjrffcj 17. sumption are completely ty, arrived in Princetou Monday with endorsing Dr Kerfoot, who opposes 14, polite, studious and had the concured. manger, he has come to deliver a peo out any reception committee and bad youwlll serve. Goebel, and condemning the attack fidence of both young and old: Ask your druggist for one pie from the ourses of men, to remove made on bim by tbe Shelby vllle Sento inquire the way to the hotel. Poor "N6vorDurrTaCandlo was very regular at school, of 3d, She at Both Irom them, forever, their persecutors. tinel was introductd, and after a bit Ollie had better go stay with bis having attended eight consecutive Ends." Dr. Ayer's For Kentucky to desert this man ol ter attack had been made on it by the months without missing a single day, family, where ho will receive mere Notloo, Rev Luther Mann, the Democratic If you do your Unlit will soon be desfiuy, in the present crisis, is to aq School Truateea or teachers are inCherry Pectoral congenial fare. nominee for Senator In tbe Bath Row or even being tardy. We feel sure gone and you will be in the dark knowledge a Cicxaiian usurper to an district, it was passed with but that every one who knew Bettie will vited to;callatZ WayneGnfIln&Bra Dou't The Goebel managers held a secret vitalitythink you cau go on drawing reign unmolested' and unrestrained, one dissenting vote " nriig Stoic and get the latest map ol commend us on these resolutions. from the blond for nerves, meetlug at the Gait Houne, in Louis- stomach, brain and wosclei, without Keulucky certainly does not demand Kentucky and Tennessee free for use 4th, That a copy of these resolutions It will aid the action of the Cherry i'cctoral. in the schools of Ohio county, ville, Sunday night, to discuss the doing sometbiug to replace it. Hood's lor ber next executive, Hotel. be published in, at least, two of tbe man whol feasibility of pulling Goebel ofl the Sarsaparilta gives nerve, mental and barred from heaven by his own acts, If 7(i fcsv. aar romslslat papers, digestive strength by enriching and autl tl.alra tha kv.1 loadlcal Farmers, business men and all vis county Bon't Tat4 Spll nd Sauls Tear I Ut 4nsr, oilt)ir vbulp, advks sou fa O V Wilson, Teacher. track. It ia presumed tint Goebel vitalizing tue mood Thus It helps whoso name is a ayoouym to treachi (tors should stop at tbe writa vs frsslr. Yuuwlll.1va Commercial To Quit tobacco aasllv and Wumpt rvpl bat marts offrsal h.f,. Sarah Pirtu;, mesmerized his tbuga as he did the people who are overworked and tired, ery, rascality, theft, murderer and Hotel. Cool, tidy rooms Adrir.... I. sirti.AYkU, jsilo. full ot lite, sierra ana Wor, Ulta and an exs J.X. lAw.lt, Vast, Sidney Maddox, , tha that makes wnc men At any rate he ia still on convention. COm' Hood's Pills are nou. Irritating, many other terms too numerous to cellent table. Rates ii.oo per day, atrona. All druaa lata. Bon or at. nutj.p.H. EIuetqYour iioweis With Csurrts. NARVAI. BaOWN, Ileea Dooklet and lararlo tree. Address mltd, effective. the ticket. mention. Kentucky, most assuredly, W, B. DsIIavem, Prop'r. Mrck Hockkr, J Sterlloc liemalt Oa, Obl(0 or New Yerfc ErrcMDEit ht linscomonml Bryan yet to appear, but ia now taking a la.nril t'rldninhy ihn preparatory course, at Ibe Wyoming IIARTFOIIIt I't'llt.lHIIIM) lOHPANY Hot Springs, for entering the Keu Incorporated. tucky scramble. When Bryan's term explrea nl this resort, be will then leek KDIT R9. another simitar, thereby evading the LON R00RR3, boiling situation in our own nil'airs. ia Hartford Republican. A FAMILY SCOLDING. post-offi- ce ,mn docs not demand a Judas Iscariot to betray her into tlio handa of "thieves, cutthroats aud assassins." We find all tbeso deplorable qualN fications in the nun Goebel, heaped and rounded measure. Nothlug but a combined cflortof the liberty loving people cau save the State from the threatening hurricane of damnation which threatens to sweep this land from circumference to center. Taking tbe efforts of Gen. Taylor to maintain and uphold the dignity of theofhYo of Attorney General aa our criterion, we would sayto the voters ol Kentucky, tjote for W. S. Taylor and you will have a man whose sympathies are with the poor man j and whose tvery effort will be to advance Kentucky to her former high esteem from which she haa so degenerated and fallen In recent years. CENTERTOWN, KY. 1 :utrTr tyijjljFf Monoy Btirtdo. J hh I f&l to fsrurs. l- -t ? !$! '"twRv j IIILru pintles l3.dk.'.'lJ'ir SAVE "cut-tbroat- ? 1 , 1 1 -t 1 1 rowuita, for attiim;y 3l.13L IPJEMOOtS. THEO.E.RECTIN, 1 A Business gdciQaiion BOOK-KIJKI'IN- May-fiel- d , . WE WANT TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION ladies', Men's Pp pisses Shoes, A en's, Boys' and dren's (Jlofhing. To tho fnct that wc have now on hand a large and well selected slock of As we do not wish to carry any of these Goods over, in fact we arc rather stocked, we will for the NEXT TIIfRTY DAYS OFFBR And give you good Bargains in the above mentioned lines. We mean business and if you are in need of these goods it will pay you to come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is new and in every respect. up-to-date S. Levy Co., Beda- Ky. HENRY FIELD & SON Ss To and from Beaver Dam. !h eep i TRANSFER LINE senger trains at Beaver Dam. coughing A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all an Har-rodtb- urg Kut-tawa- man-slaye- r, lie-loss Aijcr's Cherry Pectoral They also keep a class Livery and Peed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted their caro will have especial attention. ?IZIV OK, frop'rs. m "Sure Will the Harvest Be" Beef Blood and Bone', Bone, Blood, and Potash, or Armour's Raw Bone. McSherry Wheat i m m & m m , Plaster. 'Republican Ohio county.- Subscribe for l f iho only Commercial $1 por year. The best vnst-av- .r paper publishod ia wnnder-worlit- -- . The Dealers. I 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 . Summor Wear Most M07S and Mo7e s r at Onc. PARASOLS. Children's Satin Parasols, sold for 50c, now 38c. Ladles' White Silk rraiol, sold for $2.00, now S1.S0. Ladies' Fancy Parasols in Plaids, $2.00, sold for $3.00. Ladies' Solid Blue and Red Para-sol- s, 3 rows chifloD, $2 25, sold for $3.50. Dig line nice Samplo 20 inch Um ofl regular price. d brellas one-thir- Men's Shirts. One lot Fancy Percal Shirts, 2 coN lars and 1 ruir cuds, worth 75c, all sizes, at 18c. Wash Goods. 32-in- a One lot Men's Percal Shirts, collar and cuffs attached,worth 50u,now 38c. Sample line Men's unlaundered Shirts, worth $1.00, your choice 69c. Men's Heavy Work Shirts, full 30 inches long, 25c. Will include in thiamine one lot 25c neckwear at 19c Linen for Skirts, reduce! Fancy Stripe Linens, sold Summer Clothing. One lot 75o Black LuttevCoats 50c. One lot $1.25 nice quality Luster Coats $1.00. One lot $1.50 and $2.50 Luster Coats, choice $1.25. Men's linen Pants, now 76c. Choice line Children's Wash Suits 60c, sold for 75c. Woolen Suits to All close at cost. $5.00 buys our $7.50 suits. light-weig- to 8c. 32-In- for 20c, cow 15c. Ktfreey Suiting for Skirts, worth 10c, now 8c Fine line Fancy Sheer Organdies 8c, sold for 10c. Our nicest Organdies 10c. Pretty Dimitiw.sold lor 15c,now 10. Wo include in this line one lot of ready-madSkirts, worth $1, atG9c 32-in- ch Besides these articles mentioned,we have Specials in every department to CLOSE OUT REGARDLESS of Former Price. Ask for a card and get one of our Beau- tiful Pictures. HARTFORD TEMPLEDF FASHION Fair & Co., Prop'rs, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, SBPTEMBER 8. -- Clifton J. Pratt. Kentucky's next Attorney Genersl, will 5peak In Hartford, Sept. 9th. Come. Ju . The Fair Company have, msde ex tensive pieparattons and this bids fair to be tbe best Fqlr ever held in the county. Messrs. T. H. Black, W. H. Moore, Marvin Bean, A, U Pate and Henry Collins (coP) are out on a fishing ex. Don't tail to come to the speaking curslon. Sept. 9th. Mr. C. K. Carson, of near Beda,has Deputy Sbeilfl Benton made us a moved to Bell'a Run, where be will be engaged In school for tbe ensuing very hapyrcall Monday, five months. Davis went ti McHenry. Mrs. Julhr Mr. C C. Dennis, of near Prentls, Tuesday to visit relatives. remembered Tub white Mr. T. F. Johnson, Sulphur Springs, in town Tuesday and made us a very caller yestenlay. was a pleasant agreeable call. Mr. Henry Carson Is In the Bast Mra. C. E Rogers left Monday for this week buying his tall stock. Leltchfield where she will visit friends Mr. Will Fair went to Louisville a short time betore returning to her Tuesday, and will return tomorrow. home in Elkton. Mr. Sam Cox left Saturday for Cal Mrs. Sarah Collins Smith has been houn, where he will attend school employed by R, T. Collins to occupy this tall. the millinery department In bis atoie ExShetiff Cal P. Keown and fudge during tbe fall season, , John P. Motton were In Owensboro Rev. Vallandingham will fill bla Monday. regular appointment at tbe Baptist Miss Zella Maye Nail has returned church in Hsitlord next Sunday. Evhome, after a pleasant visit to Irleuds erybody Invited to attend. In Illinois. Mr. A. T. Dockery, of Morgantown, Remember the Ohio county Fair the Democratic nominee for State commences Sept. a8th. and continues Senator, came to Hartford Monday . three daya. with a blank load In bis gun. Messrs. J, S. Maddox and J. A. Mr. Ed Wright, of the Schroader Hocker, McHenry were pleasant call-er- a neighborhood, la very alck with Monday, typhoid fever. His chances for res Mr. J. A- - K,K Cromwell, made covery are reported doubtful. Tub Rktubucan a very agreeable Mr. A. S. Worsley, ol the Fordsville call, Monday. press, was in town first of tbe week 1 McGnfTey'sspelleis Williams. See Carson & Co. lor Pate Raw Bone Meal. Col. C. M. Barnett waa lnton first ot the week. Rev. Silas Newton made na a pleasant call Tuesday. Mr. Will Aultmire and Mlas Msg- fl Tiavfa sr niarlsfl at ttiaa hnm rt cts at J. H. I . . . 7 . . io me oiiae in mruora issi saturaay .... ...... night Hi JL Mr. Lewja Rowe, of near Echols, attending court, and remembered Tub office while Republican with bla presence, called at Tiip In town Monday. formerly ot Mr. Hnrdln Craig, Messra. Vm, A, Carson, Beda, and Daviess county, but now a atudent j Joe Wilson, Prentls, were among our of Princeton College.Prthceton, N. J., visited bis eUter.first of the week, Wednesday. callers Messra. U W, Hunt, Sulphur Felts, Sc,hochob, Mra. Dr, G. H. . Logan county, la visiting her alster, Springs, K E Rogers, Cromwell,and J W. Hale, Fordsville, were among Mrs. B. D. Rlngo. our many pleasant callers Mtuday. Harrell, East of town, Mr. John C. Mrs. Jennie Spink and little son, Is very alck at present with a com. Paxton, of Central Ctty, who have of diseases. plication been spending several daya visiting Scbrceter'a Floating Studio la now Mrs. Shelby Taylor, will return home at Calhoun, and will return to Hart', I to morrow. tf fnrrl. IWember the 1st. """ Mr. Prank Keller, tbe stave man, Miss Annie Fogle baa returned I has rented and moved Into the prop home alteii an extended visit In Hop, city of Mr. O, B. Likeus. Mr. and ' kins aadtWebster conntlea. Mrs. Likens have taken rooms at Mlsa I.BU Walker leit for Header-- . Prol. ShulU'a soa Thursday, where she will spend Judge J'M. Key and Mr, Ira Lee, sometime visiting relatives. of tbe Miscellaneous. Foidsvllle. at Mr. Elmer Barnard and wile, ol tended cuuit here Monday and Tues ear Beaver Data, were among our dayt and were pleasant callers at Tub RBfOnucAM office. plcaMut callers Wednesday. Geo. Estls.ol color, broke Into a box SCHOOL MUDDLE! car ol dry goodstat t HorseBrunch Make Much Work." Monday night and stole two suits of Tho Fordsvlllo School Troublo clolhlugV, He wad captured at DavidAgain Commanding tho At-- . The little "spirks" of b.td blood lurking son's Station Tuesday evenlngand tontlondf tho Public. M the system should be quenched "with waa lodged In the Hartford jail Weds Hood's SarsApArOlt, America's great blood nesdiiy.vi a. ru., by Deputy Sheriff R. Since the Herald is not concerned purifier. It purifies vitalises a nd enriches B. Maitin. in the Fordsville school case, we pubthe blood of both sexes and all ages. Cures Hotf. Lawrence P. Tanner, of Ow lish its review pf tbe situation: scrofula, stlt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh. "The celebrated case of the Fords ensboro, candidate for Attorney Gen eral on the Brown Democratic ticket, vllle Public School Is- - again on the will apeak at the court bouseln Hart- boards for Its share of public notice. ford, next Tuesday. Every Democrat, It has been in the courts for quite who .has not 'heard the Louisville awhile and is about as far from a settlement now as at the beginning. Miss Flora Marguerite Bertelle aud convention explained, shduld" hear "The trouble all came up over the Mr. Tanner, He Is a leading lawyer Mr. Gustave Pren, of Louisville, will employment of teachers. Prof. L. assist Miss Margaret Nail in a conceit of tbe Owensboto bar. W. Godsey was one of tbe teachers to be given In Hartford, September The committee appointed by the employed ajrear or so ago and at the 39th, 1899. Fiscal Court to let out contracts to expiration of his services, three of the For Wagons, Buggies and general build two bridges, have met and per- school trustees were against employBlackamlthlng, Horseshoeing, etc., formed pait of tbelr duty. They con ing him again, while the other three call on McHenry Manufacturing and traded with the Champion Bridge Co. trustees were well satisfied and quite Machine Co. They will make you to build the two bridces for 1.200. determined that Prof. Godsey should The flooring and hutments being fur continue as an Instructor in tbe prices to suit the times. nished by the county. Mr. W. B. school. This was tbe origin of the Mr. A. C. Taylor attended the Goe Dellaven took the contract to build factions which have become known bel speaking at Owensboro Monday the .atone butments for $3 50 per cubic as the Godsey and antl Godsey people and the same evening he made a fly yard. The bridges will be completed So strong is the sentiment that nelth Ing buslnest (?) trip to Hawesville, re by the first of January, 1900. This Is er side will.give way for' thea other. turning to Hartford Tuesday night. a step forward In the way of progress The dissension has caused the break and safe travel overdangerons streams. Ing of friendly ties. The population Col. J. S. R. Wedding Is suffering much needed movement, in of Fordsville is greatly worked up from a serious attack of nervous pros-- . Another tbe way of progress Is working the over the question. The antl Godsey tration. He waa taken alck a week long as folks have repeatedly tried to employ ago yesterday and has suffered greatly public roads by taxation. So during the week, but la reported some tbe public roads are td be worked by another teacher, but .each time the tbe present system, just so long we question was voted ou, the three God better at present. will have bad roads. sey trustees, would vote solidly for Miss Margaret Nail wishes to exMr. John I. Felix, one of the oldest their favorite teacher and at once form press her sincere thanks to her old a deadlock. patrons for their liberal support In and most respected citizens of the "A few weeks ago, it will be re residence four miles the put and say to her old pupils and county,dledat his East of Hartlord, Tuesday morning membered, Supt. Rogers undertook to friends that her music room will be and was buried at the Milton Taylor remove the Godsey trustees, and they open to students after Sept 15th. graveyard Wednesday at a. m. replied by suing out an injunction, Mr. Ed Warden, of the Pond Run Funeral services were held at the preventing him from.displacing tbem neighborhood, received serious injur- place of burial by Rev. G. J. Bean. This injunction was dissolved by ies while hauling saw loga Tuesday Mr. Felix joined tbe Methodist church Judge Owen at Owensboro, whereupon the Godsey crowd took the matter and died from the e fleets of the acci- when quite young, but when he n mature man he connected him before Judge Hobson, of tbe Couit ol remains were laid to rest dent. Ilia in the Pond Run cemetery, Wednes- self with the Christian church and Appeals, and had the injunction rein continued a consistent member until atited. The case came up again at day. ' answer the call from the recent term ol the Ohio Circuit Mr. W. R. Carson and Miss Susan summoned to When disunion Court, when the petition was dismiss life to eternity. Wednesday Tlnsley were married threatened the country, be offered ed by Judge Owen. Tbe matter was evening at the bride's residence near himself for service on tbe battlefield then taken to the Court of Appeals, Beda. After the nuptial ceremonies where he proved to be a woithy and where it is now pending. Unfortunately he had been concluded, the bridal party efficient soldier. "Lately tbe two different factions of repaired to the home of tbe groom, has been afflicted for the past ten trustees have refused to meet with each years with a complication of diseases where an excellent reception awaited which finally ended his earthly career. other for the transaction of school them. A husband, father, friend, and neighs business. At the election last May bor has gone to the place prepared there was quite a squabble, each fao Mr. W. P. Borah, bf Logansport, lor inejusi, tlon claiming that Its man was elected Ky visited the family ot Mr. Obe Messrs. Shanks and Martin, of the and refusing to countenance the other Chapman first of the week, and spent Monday In Hartford talking for Gen. firm of G. W. Martin & Co., Sacra- The case as now being tried before Mr. Borah saya that Butler mento, Ky., wete in town Tuesday Supt.- - Rogers, is for misfeasance of Taylor. nd Wednesday prospecting building office the failure of the Godsey trus county will give Taylor 2,000 majority a tobacco factory. These gentlemen tees to meet with the other faction for In November. Ohio county will add were very favorably Impressed with the performance of their duties as 500 majority to swell Taylor's final the location of Hartford and the lay of trustees. vote. the surrounding country. Should "Altogether it is one of the most Tbe following gentlemen attended this establishment be perfected sever complicated and troublesome cases the reunion of tbe G. A. R. at Lynns al thousand dollars would be retained that ever came up in this county. The vllle, Ind., which met August 30th, in Ohio county that now find lodgs defects in our school laws are the cause and continued three days. They re- ment In the vaults ol the Owensboro of much of the trouble. The board of port a pleasant visit to tbe Hcosler banks. We understand that the school trustees should be constituted State: Henry Shaver, John Cham- object ot this firm Is to establish a of either five or seven persons (an odd berlain, Daniel Hicks, Jas. Patton, manufactory of tobacco. Greenville, number),' and then a vote on a quesWm. A. Carson, W. H. Foreman and a neighboring town, has four or five tion could be quickly settled. Tom Johnson, of these factories which arc the life "Fordsville has a splendid school of the business ot the town, and surLieut. Bishop enlisted the following rounding country. If tbe men decide building, recently erected at a cost ol young men for tbe 47th Infantry U, S. to enter this business here, they will between four and five thousand dots V., last Friday und Saturday: Murray be ready to receive tobacco by the lsrsi This edifice has been standing November. H. Mills, Coleman Wolf, Isaac L. first otand when they Let everybody as a monument to the 'stubbornness come to enter talk It Bennett and Charles A. Fierce. There upon the erection of the building, aud folly of a board of school trustees, while the children, for whom it was young men reported at the recruiting let's all help them. bullt.are reaping little benefit from Its station in Louisville Wednesday. erection. The Godsey faction com' From there they will be transported menced school in the building latt to Camp Meade, Penn. Monday, with Prof Godsey in charge, Master Dudley Walker Thomas, lit with other teachers. They totally Igson ot Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, tie nore the other faction and claim that died Sunday night and was burled In their authority is supreme. Oik wood cemetery Monday afternoon, "Just what will be the outcome ol The funeral of tbe babe was preached this troublesome matter, is bard to by Rev. J. W. Vallarfdlngbam, pastor conjecture, but surely the affair ought Candidate for of (the Hartford Baptist church. The to admit ot an amicable settlement, many friends of the parents join in with due justice to all concerned. At Attorasy General, sympathizing with them over the loss least we hope It will not like Tennyof o bright a jewel. son's brook go on forever." Will speak at - Jndge Clifton J. Pratt, the Repub As usually treated a sprain will dislican nominee for Attorney General able the Injured person for three ot will open the campaign In Ohio conn, four weeks.but if Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is freely applied a complete cure ty, Sept. Every Republican 9. may be effected (n a very few days should come out and hear the next Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, Attorney General of Kentucky. Judge cuts, bruises and burns, For sale by Pratt is a forcible and logical speaker Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m esjaMavrX .in and wilt present to the voters of this In Momorlam. county In a plain manner, fuels con1 cerning the Infamous Louisville con-- , Death has again visited this com ventlon. Come and hear him. muulty and deprived us of a beloved friend In the person ol Mrs. Melissa The sale of the property of Mr. C antes, who departed this life at 7:30 T. Barnard, deceased, which occurred a.m. August 29th, 1899. She was last Fridsy, was largely attended. born in Tennessee, June 1st, 1827; This the administrator attributes to Teachers' Association. came to this State; was married to J. hia having adveitlsedin Tub Hart ford Republican. The proceeds of The first session of tbe Ohio County F. James In 1845. To this union the sale amounted to $1,664 25; over Teachers' Association will convene In were born 13 children, nine of whom Beaver Dam one week from to mors survive her. She professed faith In $100 more than the appraisers' valuarow. Every teacher who desires to tion of tbe property. It Is money to improve himself and to forward tbe Christ, several yeara ago and was a all administrators, who have any cause of bis profession Is expected to firm believer in Christian faith until amount of property for sale, to adver- be in attendance. Before the teachers the dy of her death. She was taken of the county attain that decree of suc suddenly ill on Thursday morning tise In Tiir Republican. cess, for which tbe true teacher longs, and died on. the next Tuesday morns-Injthere must be a concert of action at the ace of 7a years and nearly Mia. Lula Renfrow, wile of Mr among the teachers, and the Assocla months. Her husband died about John B. Renfrow.died at her residence tlon affords the very best opportunity 3 ens ago, Site leaves a large num- 5 at Narrows, tbe 31st of August, and for accomplishing this end. The his- j ot relatives to mourn loss, to ber was burled at Sand Hill cemetery, tory of tbe Teachers' Association in whom we tender our sympathies in Ohio county Is marked by successive tbelr sad affliction. X near Sulphur Springs. Funeral serjoe recoras 01 series 01 lauures. vices were conducted by Rev. Grant yesterday will become tbe records of Reynolds. Mrs. Renfrow was former-l-y to day, nnleaa tbe teachers come to a Mlsa Lula Nicholas, ot Cloverpoit, realisation ol tbelr quiescent repose. Mr. W. H. Baize and Miss Viola success comes alone inrougn pern and had been married just one year slslent efforts, failnre makes no re WiUougbby were married In the the day of her death. Tub Republi quirements of any, but comes unsus Bilzctown church, August 30th, at 8 can extends sympathy to the husband pected, ine leacnersoi umo county p, m., by Rev, John Flnley. Tbe are as thoroughly prepared for tbe du groom is a member of tbe firm of J. aud friends In their hour of sorrow, ties incumbentupon them as any corps M. Baize & Son, merchants of this Tbe following gentlemen were In of teachers in tbe Stste. Tbey have place, r and is very popular. The bride to succeed the ability ana town Wednesday representing vari in teacniug and would matte tnaivel- - isoneot Ohio county's fairest girl. ous Iron bridge companies and made ous success In promoting tbelr own Tbe young couple statt into wedded bids for their respective companies to interests II organized properly. The we join of thin meeting Is to perfect life with bright prospects and build the two brldges.one on the levee objct tbelr many friends in wishing them north ot town, the other across Bsr tnat organization, only reason, that can be given long'uselul, aud happy maxled life. uttt's creek: Frank Hanaa.Massilon byThe teacher for not attendlpjt.and They will realde at tbe home of the the Bridge Co ; A. WJIoore, Lafayette taking pait in these asjociatioM, Is groom's father until their new home Bridge Co. ; J. T, Morrison, King (bat there Is no money in sight, not is completed. X, Bridge Co.; II T, Sinnott, Youngs, realizing that by organizing them Bridge Co, ; L. A. Wysong, selves "Trust not to appearancea,"but put town body, tbey will thereby Increase Champion Bridge Co.; Geo, Dunham, their earnings. Let every teacher your faith In Hood's Sarsaparllla, It Is tbe I Brackett Bridge Co ; W. T. Young, came prepared to receive new tuspira which never disappoints. best medicine that money can buy. lion lor ine next weex-- worn. Groton Bridge Co. "A Little Spark May TIME GROWING SHORT. Only a few more days left for our Closing-ou- t Summer Sale. values have been put in this sale and just as good chancer Better now as ever, but not so many of them. ' They'll go fast and you be must hero early for this sale. . We have prepared a special reduction in every departmentin the house. Supply yourself with Summer Goods NOW. Take advantage of our cut prices: -. - Hw$d6 SoUabohiffa -- tlf 81-- Wash Goods. uno 2c (l , I CJhrtoc nriioe w..www. .v. vi goous; our jirico 101 01 crcoicn L.awns, worm uo, closing price, worth 7 l-- 'r poryard. One lot Corded Dimities, l-- 2c. ,75o. 1 i.auios rviu onoo, regular f9 t 2o ; our price, 4 17 o l-- 2o l'roncli Urgandies worth auo; to closo at lucanu per yard. lied ford Cord Suitings, regular lDc goods, go at o, i-- One lino Dress Gingham worth 7 Co. our price These a- Apron Gingham aro special values. at 4 H : l-- 2c, Go and Go. i. i Ladies $1.G0 Dongola Kid Shoes for 1.2ri. custom-ma- de Shoo, worth 12; our a price fl.DU. Tins lino in black and tan. 4 Our Queen Bee, a regular &2.G0 shoo; our price $2. liemembcr, wo guarantee every pair of these auuua w give buusihuuuu. ,! A full line of Misses' and Children's Shoes at I1 prices to suit the titnos. Extra fine i i f iti.ij oi.!.:1UK9 until more money. r. .!.: saioab-t.-ib- ) 1 - ut, nils These goods are worth 25 per cent. i ninthinp-- . " I'l I1. I'' Table Linens and Bed Spreads Good wide fancy Table Linen, worth 35c; our price 25c. Extra nice fancy Table Linen, worth C5o; sale price 4 Oo. Special values in othor grades, from 15o to 05c , per yard. 00-in- ch n Just received a full line of fall Shirts all new fall styles. Just received the biggest line of Neckwear that was ever opened up in Hartford. You ought to see this lino. be-ca- White Bed Spreads. Ten-fo- ur Our big Clothing Sale is still going on. As we have said before, wo do not believe in carrying I' stock from one season to another, therefore the knife outs deep in this line. Let us show these to you. Men's Tow Linen Suits, regular t5 grade; must go at $1.80. Boy's Linen Suits, 11.75 quality; to close at $1.25. Men's Suits, $3.50 goods; our price while they last, $3.48. Men's fancy Cassimere Suits, worth $5, to clone at $2.03. Special values in better grades $4.08, $5.50, $0.50 and $7.50, on up to $15.00 per suit. These f1 and guaranteed to better froods are all tailor-ma- de fit and givo satisfaction. ' f f white Spread, would be cheap at 7Gc; ,V 10-- 4 , DomeStlCS. Etc. Good yard-wi- de . hxtra quality n ' ur ,,' regular 1 Spreads go now . f yard. 1 bleached Cotton, 1 43-- 4c per Eleven-fo- fipe white 4. '. Spread, worth $1.85: J, i"0 per yard. I f Cottonade, lOo Extra heavy We have already won for ourselves the name of per yard, New York Camlet Jeans, lOo per yard, having the best and most complete stock of Shoes . ever opened up in Hartford. """"" tap-so- le Men's heavy Brogan Shoes, worthevery- I Hats I . where $1.25; our prico $1.10. 1 1'.' Men's hand-ma- de heavy Shoes, would 1 Call and our line of new Fall Hats. IN' be cheap at $1.50; our price $l.s5. Mon's half-fi- ne Shoes go at $1 pair. Be'd Ticking. We want everybody who likes to look at fine i 00 Shoes, to ask to see our line and get price on our If you want something to hold feathers, we will 00 nice, sell you the goods at 15c per yard and guarantee it. footwear. Better goods at the same low prices. soft finished bleached Cotton, would . cheapatal-3- c; our price 01-4- o. Qliafittnr varrtilon 9Hrt ftWUO JLW rvrw1a l Krt Tdn.inao tJUQVMIIM) Wti MVW X DU1IUAt Yard-wi- de fcW doublq-and-twisteu Shoes. t Hats full-sto- ck ate " Whisperings of what we expect to do for you this fall, is found in the prices in this bargain sale. Remember the Place: R.T, COLLINS, HARTFORD ROSINE, KY. Robert Ragland and wife are In lets. All druggists refund moneyvif What will the great metropolitan It falls to cure. 25c. The genuine, papers do next? This is the question has L. B. Q. on each tablet tf Mr. R. Hoover's son, who has had some one asks nearly every day. But fever for some time, is better. To Cortt Constipation Vorovor. there is one which leads all others. TtVo Caadj Catharila too or So. John StClalr moved from town Jlon-da- y It has gained the sobriquet of "Amer If O. C. CatcartU euro, drutgUU rtfutul moo.j. O. fall to to a farm near Olaton, ica's Greatest Newspaper" by juit HO CUHE-N-O PAT. Miss Mollle Hunter, daughter of That Is the way all druggists sell such remarkable pieces ot enterprise Joseph Hunter, is quite sick. as the one which has just now attract GROVB'S TA9TKLKS3 ClIIIX TONIC for Lee Cannon, of Horse Branch, is In ed and Fever. is simp-l- y the attention of tbe press all over Malaria. Chills quinine In aIt tasteless iron and Roslne this week. . the country. lottn. Children love It. Adults prefer The flouring mills are again in opLast week the New York Sunday It to bitter, nauseating Tonic. Price, eration under the very proficient care World announced that it would give 50c. - if of Jo Hunter. away an album ot new and original Notloo. The Mount Pleasant boys played music, consisting of ten of the All persons having claims against tbe local ball team here Saturday. clasa of songs that are now so the estate ot F. E. Bratcher, deceased, The latter won a decisive victory. popular, such as songs of sentiment, are notified to present the same, prop, Messrs. Oath Crowder, Ed Jones "coon" songs, "cakewalks," &c. erly proven as required by law before and Jo Hatler went to Central City These ten songs the Sunday World me at my home one'half mile East of Tuesday and passed the examination proposes to distribute one each week, to enter the volunteer army for the with every copy of the Sunday World. Ceralvo, on or before the first day of October, 1899, or they will be Jofever Philippine Islands. They are all When It Is considered that the averyoung men of merit and good stand age price ot new music, written and barred. D. W. Kimmqi,, Adm'r, 8 For F. E. Bratcher, deceased, Ing and will be a credit to tbe nation composed by popular authors, Is from CUBE A COXB IN ONE BAT Ton Now and Original Songs Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TabWhloh Can bo Had Froo. Republican SPEAKING IulBvll!e tbts week on business, Clifton J. Pratt, HARTFORD, .ttttttmt a SATURDAY, at p. m. -- Everybody cordially invited to come. beneath whose proud shall march. ensign they 30 to 45 cents, the unparalleled enterRuk. prise of the World In giving the aonga away with a big Sunday newspaper, Ohio County Fair. for which only 5 cents Is charged, Is You aan't afford to miss tbe Fair. apparent. The World requests that Come, bring your family and trltnds. we publish the following announcement: "Saved Her Life." r hr Balzo-Wlllough- A Music Album free. Frdii Sept. s, the Sunday World will issue weekly a song In sheet music form, with handsome colored cover The entire set will be mailed, postage Remittance received paid, for Persons have been known (0 after Sept. 50c.will get tbe back nuui 3 m gain a by taking bera and each new number issued. Besides the an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL- also send its song. TheArtWorld will Portfolio, colored SION. It Is strange, but it often which is a marvel of journalism; Its Sunday Magezlne, which equals tbe happens. periodicals, and its Comic Somehow the ounce produces monthly In the United State except Weekly, WALLET, to start the two, and in its comic scope equals MK3. jonN whom none laof Jaffenoc, the pound 1 it seems mora hlihlf than digestive machinery going prop- these two 10 cent publications eteme4 or wldelr known, wrltaa. Write 'postal card to tbe Sunday "InUSOIhada MTre attack of LaOrippa erly, so that the patient is able and at tfca end ot four In iplta of aa World to digest and absorb his ordinary tug, N,Music Editors,olPulitzer Build, physician), frlendt andmonth.nunlnf could food Y., for a list tbe songs. do, mj lung bear! and ncrrooi ijttamwara befood, which he could not do to eomplttaly wrecked, my Ufa vaa fore, and that is the way the gain A Call on Q. A. R. Comrados. my frlendigltlng maup. I could only by tba uta ot opiate. My laaia it made. my At our last meeting It was agreed, and heart pained ma terribly and not couftt A certain amount of flesh is U la moat anraratloi. I could that each member ahould pay t$o for ona position but a abort Urn and not on my necessary for health 1 if you have of paylug the chaplain and lift aid at all. My husband brout ma not got it you can get it by expense Dr, Miles' Nsrrlna and Maut Oura and ba- telephone,in case of a comrade a death. gaataklncthatn. Wban I had taktsi aIhalt taking You will please pay to Jo. L Carson bottle of each I was much better and conUa-ulpcrsUtaatlyltookaboutadoaau tot-ti- e as be was appointed collector. and wm complataly rastorad tobaaltb to Wm. A. Carson, Commander, masurpriMor au.'' 3 to Nov How To Gain Flesh paw day ilp tu nf - I lntoaco-operatlvea- s The ereat success ol Chamberlain's Voa wW find It lust w ueftil In summer Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy u In winter, and H you art thriving upon In the treatment ol bowel complaints It don't stop becaute (he wuthcr U warm. has made It standard over the greater nmtt nfttia rlvltlzMi world. For sale AC ftjkl If .AO. tit llU..llU. tCOTT4DOWNE,CL.Ut,NtwVaik, I m I by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Dt. Miles' lUmadhwl aw sold by all drug-- 1 lUU undsr a (xultlve I guarantee, Srst .bottle I bsneflta or money re-- 1 funded. Book oa dis ss of the heart and I Barrea fra. Address, Ml. MILES MKUIOAbOO, kfiblS!?! GtatttfAMsltelMayrJi A A,li.itfw.iaiiMii W Si ;SJ J H i WliiilipiP ilKflPll JJJUHIc1 r I the way to Mani MAN'S DESTINY. asMalaBak Gonoral Directory. la. Alter we arrived In Manila bay Illinois Central now a person could stand on the. ship and FRIDAY. SRt'TIlMDim 8 STATU OFFICIALS. rale, mid will con EEV J D NOYES, OAK illtt, WIS fee the Spanish vessels that were deGovernor William O. Bradley. the Enttie until Sept. 9 Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-iugtustroyed by Dewey's fleet and also ...lllht.. 30111,1899 Diimt tiip sum-hu- t Under the above heidlng a cone JAR0, P. I. tourist tfcktts ft mi ull most of the battle grounds where bat Economical Writing Machine. spondent In August Word and Works points on its lines in the Secrotaryof State Charles Flnley. ties took place during the Spanish South to a large list ol sura Hondqunrtors First Bntnlllon presents a mild form ol "Fatalism " Attorney Qeuoral W. B. Taylor. tnj CcnstnxM on $UtnH(lc ykt American war. The city of Manila is mer rcsotts In the North. Its of slmtU ptHS, it ts tin moil ihrUt Auditor HamucHH. Stone. 6th U. S. Infantry, Juro, P.I. something like Honolulu, It has not la its mild and aggravated forms, mjhlntmjJc. Run hits fe nJactd to fast doubte daily service to St Louis, Treasurer Geo. W. Long, such teaching Is responsible for much IStnlnlmam. Ills Pv Br stVjlvc Writer. Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville en the improvements yet that Honolulu Commissioner ol Agriculture, HorJuly 14th, 1899. suffering among mankind. In the r j.i . j.i riiMM. hies one to teach quickly and corns If the old bamboo city stay. has, but ticulture and Statistics Lucas absolute sense, men are not the arloitably the mountain resorts of Vir Mre. Mary V Liles, Beda, Ky. Mooro. W In the bands of the Americans, which fi Vx Smith Premier Typewriter Company, My Dear Mother I will try to write ginla, the White Mountains and Seachitects of their own destinies, but Superintendent Public Imtruction-- 421 Walnut St , Cincinnati, O. side of New England, the Thousand vou a few lines. We have reached it will, she will be up with some cities speaking In a general way tbsy are 21C 5th St. Louisville Ky aT Davison. I Islands, the lake and forest resorts ol the Philippine Islands at last. ' We In the United States. so. He says: "If man Is the archl Register Land Office Cbas. O. Wisconsin and Mlnne-nta- , Michigan, Anyone might be in Manila that Reynold. the Hot Springs of Arkansas, the Ye. arrived In Manila bay on Friday night did not know anything about what tect ol his own fortune, endowed tit Tnw n VtTu It) Iniuranco Bureau Coramlssloner-- D. lowstonc Park or the resorts ot Colo- lune J2 I, when we arrived there or with the knowledge and ability to lives a happy wife. She writes: " 1 Ba.aJiriBfl co was going on, he would never think tlJ5S have used Mothera friend before rado, W. Comiugore. UI v lets h.id been chinked si we did not uut irrfcu.ttTi..ii. fMtlsUTUr ltfcta1Mallrclilii turn the tide of happiness aud pros two fHllbt tV4 Mtd tf fes4 ab4, II l t sUKT Tfl BXiVtlltloi, confinement!. The last time I had 11mJ Tickets and full Information ns tr land there, we laid in the bay until uftbete being any trouble anywhere perlty D. It. Collier. ristriCTLT rUTtlfUTl.Mf, M General Adjutant ltUCIlT k ftirUMtvmU.KU.Ai. Tu"Y'w into whatsoever directions be twins, and was In labor only a few minn Ajifi3 C3 THI QHAHtUll IAK0AI1 IflV 111 rat'-in connection with the above can close to this place. Everything Is on State Librarian Miss Paul Deane TUATfta.TAIIsAIfsW.VnM !. SPECIAL PWICEf.Tn.00. ,.r ikrMffM OUR i be had of agents of the "Central" and the 27th of the month and proceeded a boom. There are some Filipinos wllletb, why is the worlds so full of utes. Suffered very little." Tbe reason Hardin. ) Mut wuh ottUr. .id might ehrrtn, why I olio, six hundred milts touth ol to connecting lines wiecks and failures In business?" WE MAKC THIS TOP BUDGY,'.?.?; 3ZSt'J2'il RAILROAD COUMlBSInKEKS. I SlBt a. trsara But Rtvftft Flip IflOQ. Uf. Wirt. Hutrag, Dlo, Pais. Agtnt, Htu Orltans. Manila We reached there on the iving In town who are in favor of The argument is simply saying on UoPt ft U Ho.r an l it mi. Wc Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. ftlull4 from Uiasi.ism ft,IllnalFotatal. t . iar, Jno. A Scott, Dlo. Past, Agtnt, Mtmphls. Mhr la. jSth and on the 29th the fiiht baUllior peace, they would do anything In behalf ol man's own (md sometimes illf OnJlXitwrtj HJrrj Famn'l Wwnt. TfsSt wow, lilt 8.0 Hatch, Dlt. Past Agtnt, Cincinnati. Dempaey, II. 8. Irwin. Secretary their power to have peace, becauce Iftftffll Lirtaxl.nill Md ftftaTAfK Wtiuw, rajMiav.unar.an-UIWMr commanded by Capt George B Mil A, H HANSON, 0 P A., W. A UUOHD.A 0 P.A, wlllul) Ignorance, negligence and sin, itM9gbK.trrk, Iljtljlilshfc, Ittardartt trrvra v.Tial t mnf does expectant mothers so much Samuel F. Brown. Chicago. rHM laklas'fif, toaTfwairrtkrfeaaMtaitia louttvlllt Itui waiat. ler, landed. The other two Imtallioii!-(- they own propetty and are very anx- what mother Eve said when confronted jood Is because It Is an external liniment, llVsVOf'H, II8II sriff!Air..firi ll aarMi itrilira la CONGltESmONAL. companies) went to the Island ol ious to go ahead with their business by her guilt; "The Serpent beguiled To be applied upon the outside, where a. WftlTK roil IRRI HI MIT CAT1U you can skiM. rr fur soj of comes. It helps beSenators Hon. William 0. Lind- viroaivti. onnen onn Negroes where they expect to do gar Manila has over 300,000 inbablltanis me and I did eat," and Adam said, much thethe strain the skin readily absorb pores of cause Addroos, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICAGO, ILL. tnd about three fourths of them are ilson duty. It, and it comes into direct contact with say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. "The woman gave to me and I did Representative Fourth District snd is absorbed by the parts involved. The most of the natives on that Chinese and Japs. A Chinaman or a eat." It seeks to throw the responsiMorning sickness is quickly banished, Hon. D. II. Smith. Japanese are very queer looking beisland are friendly except a few out bility for every manifestation of hu snd nervousness Is kept completely away. Wr wife liad ilmplf on licrface, but ' HTATR LMHSLATUUE. ings A Cbinatnan averages about 85 The sense ot dread and foreboding is not the hj bean uklnc UASOAKETa and tber laws. man Imperfection upon Gxl. experienced, even during labor itself. bare all disappeared. I had been troubled Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. Well, I will tell you a little about pounds in weight and about tour to with constipation tor aomo time, but alter tak Two men, the one yielding to this Confinement Is short and almost without Representative Ohio County Hun luff the first Cascarut I huve had no troublo my ttip. We lelt Fort Sam Houston, four and half feet In height, he also latallsm, the other seeking to make pain. Recovery Is quick ana sure. Best with this ailment. We cannot areak too highR. C. Jarnsgtu. Fred Waiitman. ly of ruscarets " Tex., May iSth, arrived In Oakland wears his hair about three feet long; the most of himself In life are like the of all, Mother's Friend benefits tbe 6706 Uermantown Ave., Philadelphia, I'a. unborn just as much as the expectant OHIO COUNTY. Cal., 22d day of May. We went he keeps It trimmed except on top ol two frogs who-le- ll into a pall of milk. mother, and when the little one comes It his bead and abu( half way down CANDY CIRCUIT COURT. will be strong, lusty and healthy. aboard a ferry boat, crossed the bay to The pessimist said: "It's ol no ure: CATHARTIC Hon. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owens-boro- . Sau Francisco which was about 30 the back. The Japs trim their hair we are In, and must sink sooner or DruftlsU Mil Mourn PrUaa! far a koMla. StniS tor our t rta boot on th subject, minutes run; then altera couple ol the same ways, but they don't allow later, and might as welt be first as Onftty Utnttraud. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney miles march through this great west their hair to bang down. The China- last." So down he went without an TUB BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Orrensboro. THADKUAHN BOITTBCO man is entirely harmless, but the Jap4 CIA. ATLANTA. trn city, we went aboard ol the United eflort on bis ptrt to better hi condl T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. anese will Cght if anyone troubles States army transport Sherman. 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford, tlon, or lengthen bis life. But the Rowan Hnlbrook, Master Commts-lonThere are a lot ql fine sights to be him. other said: "Well, I am in a bid fix, Don'ts fortho Down Hoartod. Good Do ricannt, ral amble. 1'oUDt. Tte The natives of this Island are small 10c 2jc.Ia)c Hartlord. Good. Meter Sicken Weaken orGrlr teen in the west. I took special no it lr true.but it might be worse, and I Don't pick quarrels before they are G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... tlce ol the way the Mexicans and In- and dark, also have high cheek bones, mean to Uveas long as possible." So Waatw l, Tart. Ili HrriUff IUs.1t 0raa', hit sBMfMSiffjvySiAl "' ' til HiRf; V? "' ripe. Hartlord. Vm dians would live, especially the way they tesemble the American Indians a he began to swim about and kick and 8. T. Stevens. Sheriff Hartford. Don't owe any pel sonap rndge; (ay tin Tfl Dip Hold ami Kiiarnntecd by nllrtruit they dress, and the kind of houses ljreat deal except they are not so large. HU" I U'DAU Riiti to CliltKTotmcco Habit splash, and finally floated in salety as you go. BenDeputies D. M. Hooker, T. II. they live in. There are but few towns They live mostly in bamboo shacks upon a pat of butter ol bis own churnDon't tiust a lamed wolf and recon- ton, R B Martin and W. H. Tinrley of any size, San Antonio and San built up about eight or ten feet from ing. The world is full of wrecks and Court convenes iirst Monday in ciled enemy too far. Francisco being the largest, there be- the ground so as to prevent disease. failures it Is true.but the responsibiliMarch and August and continues thref Don't prolong a quarrel ; make a weeks, and third Monday in May and ing only a fe Mexican villages. But They eat rice, cocoa nuts, sugar cane ty of most, If not all of them lies just fight ol it, then quit. .November two weeks. the finest rcenery I saw on that trip tnd such fruits as will grow wild In where it lay tn the first (allure, when Don't make lun of a fool unless you was the pretty green mountains and these tropical climates. As to these Adam and Eve found themselves COUNTY COURT. are In tbe same boat. far away snow covered peaks of Cali- people fighting, I don't think there bankrupt, when they might have had Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartlord. ; Don't judge a woman's complexion is much fight about them anyway, alM. S. Hagland.Clerk Hartford. fornia. an abundance. by tbe box it comes in. M. L. Heavrin, Attorney-HartforThe Sherman lelt the fivenlng of though they have put up some good If It Is true, as he says, that man is Don't be afraid to use good advice Court convenes Grit Monday In the 22d, we were eight days at sea. Ggbts since the 4th ol February, but "but the victim of the irrevocable A housekeeper living in Pennsdalc, Pennsylvania, I for fear of spoiling it. . each month. When we arrived at Honolulu, that they have never accomplished any- laws ot nature, predestinated to enhad a severe spcll'of indigestion last Fall which was very Don't think that bright men spend QUARTERLY COURT. J was May 30th, the regiment went thing at any time. dure and fill a certain sphere or all their time reflecting. Begins on the second Monday in The American forces are not doing .obstinate, but after using aljout pne dozen cartons ashore there and celebrated Decoration in life, regardless ot his own Don't forget that man's chief end is each month, day. The 6th Infantry has the honor anything now .more than holding eflort to change that condition, then Wfrntej Ripans Tabulcs, was grcarjy- benefited, and now only uses Art .the one with the bead 00. i COURT OP CLAIMS. ol being the first regiment to parade their own and what they have captured the race generally are the veriest fools Convenes first Monday in January, Don't think because an aching tooth them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending in Honolulu on Decoration day. 1 on account ol the rainy season. It imaginable. A man Is a fool it be and Tuesday after the second Monday. ts little that it lsn,'t nervy. can say that Honolulu Is the finest has been two weeks since we landed tries to keep bla family from starving Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them In Don't forget that as Instructors, ac- In Uctober. It has only rained once "and that is by work, tor it it Is predestinated and prettiest place that I ever saw. OTUER COUNTY OPFICKHS. tions are superior to words. the house for future use. Am forty years old. The natives afe mostly very dark and all the time." I have never seen the that they shall starve, be cannot preN. Moxley, Surveyor. Don't expect to meet a yellow, and they are all 7ery large sun rise nor set since we landed on vent it, and If not so ptedestinated G. D. Royal, Assessor. A saw rrl a.afc.1 nnuin!a Ta rarlaa rr,asT.rt..U la a par-- f fo thai raact aUa.) la aaw far m!s at a man who is not proud of his job. svjrt ltiBarlMl tint Mar Island. and well built, I saw htit tew less this Fon Rogers, School Supt, they will have food without bis help. 1st luvl kar tUl l.a ftourilfiirr.mv4.zbt .aU M tkaUirtaaCsTtBrcaa, mmI rvtoni 0 Don't think because you think you L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Qomrt r, N. It Bfrva KtraaH. Nw Turk r nTBmfliiBK tAtLM)wi1i Mrt rr lt?j.u. Kir than six feet in height; they are nice We arrived In Hollo harbor on the No need to seek for wealth, for it will Tiammwlmbb4t9Ton,mmniwtorltm9V, mau ftjad at Utr ! auk V bm can sing that others think so Springs. people and industrious, the streets in 25th day of June, but never landed come in spite of him if it Is predesti Don't attempt to borrow money on U. R. Campbell, Poorhouse' this city are clear ol G th and rubbish. until the 29th, the water being so aated that be shall be rich, and II not. your wheel. It won't stand alone. Keeper, Hartlord. US I never saw a yard but what was fixed shallow that the ship could not get no eflort of his can change bis condl-ion- . JU8TICE8 COURTS. 4a.Mi I, WO, ." altl't.' lUlf IsjIUIaaal Ml nicer than anyfliwer garden lever within i UKtHl. bjtWIfMf. 1kP..aaartt mile of the shore, we bad No Rlghtto Ugllnoss. It this rule holds in financial, Court will be held UllUt.KB itftttMlk&X IMlsLtft H T. A Evan aaaaJaaitasa, rrwltlit iki4, twain YcacAa ft saw In the eatt It can be salely said to go ashore on lighters. As we were matters. It must hold in every phase rrr-nlrJ at Fordsvillp on March 1st, June 1st, ftavl It a.1 onf Atwl It ttartl a UirrTii &. iuw iat,r.'.fta U ul &.VO r rrUIJ lo.o, The woman who is lovely In the September 1st and December 18th tiw far laftwr Uaauc,YtMtsaisirrtlttrl torotbtrt t in that every yatd in Honolulu is a per landing about halt way between the jf life, so if he stands on the railroad if tT Ilk. rrotfli Jya fftf jrUt, SJUafSt l wr prvUI face, form and temper will always IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. B. F. Graves Court will be held laaaUtalLUi.or eso.ll. udirttshtchtvnjrM. lect flower bed. boat and the docks the wind comtrack, he need not make an effort Vi have friends, WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. 90 but one who would be atBulord on March 30, June 29, Sep- S3I.75 IS OUR SPECIAL rTT'J DAYS' PRICE Jr...'.... I visited the cemetery the day alter menced to blow and rain very hard, J : '"" tairg setoff for if it is predestinated that 01 LATH, Ins., Nor. 16, MM. t at MMn tints mttr hu acicr mi Lrrr ftlf Medlclae Co., hi Louu, llo. Decoration, it was a great sight to see there were some natives out in a sail he shall be killed he cannot escape it attractive must keep her health. If tember 28 ami December 21, rrl fllC ACME 6uCtiitot4.riharMbiuiiii.l:iDsiricrtlal u bottles ot Oentlement We sold last rear, n, ju tu lb HUftrnili lal 8. J. Wkm.kr Court will be held HJlhU tiM.M7arau4. she is weak, sickly and alt run down, GHOVES TASTKLKfS CHILL TONIC nj hart this place and to see how things had boat, they became excited at the wind r thftraJilJrtirnnatrboltinplaJrii'tnftnnia !2!Bba t he tries, and if not, then the train bought three dross alroadjr this year. Inatlourcx bll(ul .iipsaMaUK'. AlHdr from Mill at Sulphur Springs on March 28,June k,Uijdalab1bAn'U.mflyUcvrtMlsJ t,rarirrwun utdxiui u rl'StS' ? I, peneuce of H roars. In the drug bit.lriess. hnre been fixed, the fence was even decoi blowing and could not manage their cannot possibly hurt him! Such is me will be nervous and Irritable. If 27, September 20 and December 23. AOkgiKKStatftBl hi lrallli9atllf1IU wiJ aaiiti wrr never sold on anlele that gave such unlrerssl satla he bas constipation or kidney troubm Xactlun as jour Tunic lours Iruly, H B. Taylor Court will be hold is t.ek)na7. MIIIncbit MfoUowt ftaaa Caarbr. alayi. ocCavtia, yjiWSXLjb aijslv, Cjina 4C0 rated. There were about one hun- boat, it ran into us and came very the inevitable conclusion ol such tea- - le, ber impure blood will cause pimPWUalJau (4nl fraaiaaa, dred soldier graves in this cemetery. near upsetting our lighter and cut the soning. Z&r-WJflW at Cromwell on March 1, June 10, xkUaa, CUtaaa rarta aai Tav llaaitaai t tUit T'taat ffttafa by J. II. Williams. For sale TaaaiartU I Viaa40ra Salt 4 WiOr kaatnl T ples, blotches, skin eruptions and a September 2 and December 'J. These were soldiers who died outoldlf launch loose that was towing us auaal'wa nr (MUIJ Ur4t, IMilll rra trH Mr aula i tegi-7?jN He says that tbe world Is fnll of wretched complexion. I hti ! tac iH lira'tjlfHltrlrUkat4B,T Jaf Electric BitW. A R ine Court will 1h held a' I akbftaltoltt.DLiraasjsihiwla, I kt l U .i........ii,.,1,s,.,.iwn.i.iis.itimi ferent regiment during the Spanish. along, we drifted around for about 30 oarallel cases where men have started Jl latWlM Pr.tlaaJ ftala. 1 111. ATilK Ql I . N r ters is the best medicine in the world Centertnwii on February 13, May 29 hnrtoatTonalai ,r I.'. ST r .Z 'a. St JS f American war while there to get cli minutes before anything could come mt In life with equal ad vanUgescduca. If i. Ilia. linthtb)a'bUrraulliitnniranUlllT August 28 and November 1. a rMitn taa f naaiaaa iao m i t ieu , mated before going to the Philip to our assistance; It looked very much 'lonally, morally and physically, one to regulate stomach.liver and kidneys alhrtv tie Uilowiof th ttti nttwriJirtM plr CITY DIRECTORY. nnwattCM' mi4 (.aoat latlufr to 1i. L It gives pines. like the wind would blow us clear prospering, the other a failure. Then tnd to purify the 'blood. VMV. ill 1 KN ll furHlrtbrU wlthft hvll Lfs W. II Barnes, Judge. at a it trjcilal frniiaai. a la rraib iDirtur. Birkrl avarr mcxlam Iidm-- amaiit, Wa farabhi frac lul There is a lot of ftult In the Hawni away. We landed at Hollo (filolla) he goes on to say, "The one that strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, S R. Wedding, Attorney. J &BS8&Zm MMtrfaaiataalaat Ik alarfa,U(f !! bak ptAlkirr!. velvety skin, rich complexion. It TOWN TRUSTRKS Ian Islands, tuch as grapes, baminas, and marched to this place that even M!' jnnrini. UArt&NTEED SS VEAHS. WtMWBlMsE flourishes is possibly a vagabond and will make a Millions ol America's men day alter day charming S K Cox, Ch'm'n. ua a wrtuao blillfia aiarantca, rtj tn oranges, pineapples, etc. On theji-- t Ing which is about six miles distant cheat, while the other Is moral and ia .an (VMiuian. ui wLIcblranv lrtalrr"ti teed their nerves wnn tobacco, until I A. Thomas, Treasurer. of a run down invalid. Only a rviMlr II rrr. f akarar. Try4loua onihai 4 ffeWf..' cf May I saw several acres of ripe We are on the firing line with what bas a reputation beyond reproach, aud woman the nerves become nlcolinlzed and the .111 rtfun.l ,ovr niun7 IF J,. .r. onitpriac-iiJno 1 Bean, Sec'y. (Il.Caua' tl.Aad. bunof lhrfaorcanalllhWDMalSS1.1a. the NERVES blood grapes, the finest I ever saw. is left of the i8tb U S Infantry anf is honestly and industriously striv 50 cents at J. H. Williams' Drug IMIKII AT tlt SL 1,IIT It, ll ikstkdCTalfe A D White. creep and crava (or more tobacco. Store. HBCWiVif Preston Morton Post No 4 G. A. .UK BFIIMJIUTY IS ESTABLISHED I will tell you how these natives the 1st Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; ing," etc etc. Where ia the i IT r 7" That's called a habit. It's a disease, lucsll witUuassli itir irt .'tsttorftOuut oa w it R. bold their regular meeting Saturend in all this world there Is but one nubiiaUHirfii iniTsairorwairopuiJs.a.l can dive. The water in this harbor we are holding this place awaiting lalna; Irrlisuloit ni rrnau r I nany Hsii nraiari, ormj rmiiroam wr ramaia between a good man and a na, or ..vrii r Actaauir ! tinB, i nsrasfw or guaranteed cure, rnpsMsytaChltMru ka attalial f nr KI0o,uM) ev rAhipytniur ur rf thlArvatbuilnM tlurfca in is clear enough to see twenty five feet. the arrival of the 16th U S. Infantr) bad one, a vagabond and cheat and a is the forerunner to consumption. day before the first Sunday in each bi iliJmtr UaK,aiMr)iuTlwr1rtOiOpir4itour BtLlaUKUikSiTt .4M)aa4l11oa, fllUtt) aly ftwrjtlilntr 11 lnailra.1 ii.aln.mnU'n wattrh pil will cute month In Court Hall at I o'clock p Writ (r f"riatclftlirisin,titao t C. Some of the boys would drop or throw so that we can make an attack moral, honest man? There is no Dr. Bell's W, A. Cakson, Cora. muUiJ InitnimttitraUloirqft. Addrrta, m. (Mara, Urka.C. r latraatfat tallaata. KiltA it, and give sucn strength to tne h, CO. One). Fulton, DciplilnewndWijmanSti.. CHlOAQO. ILL a ZARG, ROCOUCK a piece ol money into the water, and There is a little town about four miler parallel. Over one million boxes sold John C Chamberlain, Adjt. No case can be cited how- lungs that a cough or a cold will not In two years; 300,000 cured, tells the sometime the money would get alfrom this place called Santa .Barbaric ever, where two men start out equal settle there. Twenty-fivcents at all story ol great merit. a most out of sight before one ot them that is pretty well f 01 tilled and Is a in any one thing. Much less in all good druggists. For sale by Z.Wayne restores vitality to weak Ltfc et tiro. tl could get to the place where it went stronghold for the Insurgents, when things. But even though they are as uriuin men. Many report a gain ol ten pounds In ten days. Co buy It under down, but somehow they would go we tike that place we will have the nearly alike as pojslble, still they will LOUISVILLE, HENDKUSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Don't get Into the habit of talking your down and bring up the amount that btst ot the rebels on this Island. Union Depot, Swntb mil Bucr. Ilcut Office, VII Fotrtb Hietei. be unequal to tbe full extent of the to yourself if you are easily bored. I Oral Nnd Moal I'oiinlMr Kama was thrown Into the water. Colonel CZSX33 xxr DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. A few day ago I went to a cemetery difference between them as to temper i.e. 1000. Memphis, New Kellog took sick while here and near here which I had heard a great aments, Volcanic Eruptions 'NI ALL. POINTH IN ..Every diwRlst Is authorised to cell physique, environments & Wost. St. Louis to Louisville & East under absolute cuarnnteo iniiA.faAs, TKXtn, Mexico and Louisville to St. Louis thought he could not the jour deal of talk about by snmeol the 18th characteristics, abilities, etc etc Out tocuromery form ot tobacco using. No, 4S- No, 41. Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob No 44 No. 46. uur wru ten guarantee, ireo .amnio or "ey the rest of the way.so he remained Infantry who bad been there I was if as the friend says, one is moral and lifeoljiiy. and booklet called "Don't 8:351 m Iave St Louis 7:56a m 8:55P m Bucklen's Arnica Salve, Gas Lighted Vestibuleil Trains with Leave Louisville 7:45a m Tobacco nnJ bmolto your Llfo t Honolulu 11 really surprised when I saw It, It it honest, tbe other a vagabond and cures them; also Old Running and Cafe Cars, Pullman Bleenirsand " Mt.Vernon Owensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm Away' malleil for llio eMnp. Ad. Areas TUT STHIMMI lWMriiY CO, On the first day of June we left divided into two parts, it has been cheat, there is no parallelism what- Cbair Cars to Memphis and " Hvansville 2!20p m 2:45a m Henderson 12:55 m M5P fever Sores, Uicers, Boils, Felons, vuicago, juouiriMi.uun., acwvorK. 71 Honolulu for Manila. Well, we fared the rule in these parts for people t ever.and his argument falls fl it He '2:46p m Henderson " Iivansville 1:151 m 1:25a m Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, New Orleans 3:10a m leaves Louis Pullman riARfiAOJTT.C '1r ealhanlo.imre well while on the transput t, we had on their One part 01 says "Now there Is " Owensboro ' Mt.Vernon, III 344pm -- 4:00a m wnwwnitM x t OUUkllp&llUL. OnljlQC ireah meat, dried apples, peaches, pay graveyard Is dead. bury them In some trnly: wrong more than surely Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. vllle every Tourist Car Thursday night, and runs Arrive St Louis 7:3Jp m this to thing man's Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out 7:30a m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45pm through to California via NewOrleant prune., potatoes, rice, tc I made and If the taxes are not paid up regu mismanage ment that keeps scores ot III Ull t Wit Pans and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box. and tlio South Pacifio Hunset Route. XiO'CrlaVTZ.I.33 TO BVAITOVIIAr, SEND US CLE DOLLAR t d aMI'la. the entire trip without getting sea lar the body will be taken out of this men penniless." No. 45 No 43 No. 41 l.lRKMMllll .OIL MI mMl rr iiMi tMllrna ait's Cure guaranteed Sold by J, H. Double berth rate from Louisville to IIH1K MOIt, b lr Jr. tt Ol'., ul'J ti tain lati ick. F.ml was pretty sick a few days place and thrown Into the other part . 7 5a nt Leave Louisville , 8:j5p m" 4:sop m There is the miserly, grasping, Williams, Druggist, aaiutiio la ei San Francisco only 80 50; proporfrright rr w - 11. "t after we ltfc San Francisco, after that called the boneyard H:o4p m " Hawesvllle. iiintipin 10:43a 111 ami if There was a thieving rascality of the one class, tionately low rates to intermediate f uml irfiHt I2:s8p m " Owensboro, y:o5p 111 11:40a m I'onElieil its Year. Ijr 4tUItlory pile of human bones that would cover pitted against the gullible, unsophispoints. 4 lit " Henderson, toaup m rttl4 12:55s nt I2!45PJ" I suffered for 25 years with a cough, Mai. Hilt. a space almost as big as your yard; ticated simplicity of unwise ones who and Arrive Iivansvllle , To:4op m LilSI you 1:25a in IM5P m spent hundreds ot dollars with Tho Truo Wintor Routo to rlW ttr It was a horrible sight. have not sufficient business ability doctors and for medicine to no avail or hv nl California, No Blizzards, KVANSVILLUTO I.OUISVtLLR. IKMUHT with the until I used Dr, Bell's Pine.Tar-Uon-eWell, the worst thing we have to to provide themselves Cold Woathor Snow iTelli the story. Wlien your lieail it.nr.kr ' ' No. 45 Tbls remedy makes weak lungs No. 42. No. 44.. urtiliL , actios, and you feci l contend with here Is mosquitoes, ess necessities of life. Modifications inu, conitlBlookados. fit UK. n nil my 'pitted, anil out of tu.,' Willi )our v. Leave Ivvansville 6:50a m 2i2pp pi 2:45a m "i numerable according to different clr strong. It bas saved111. life. J, U. peclally on the outpost at nlgbt it Is a $13.00 For particulars write to J. It. Hoi-liRoawetl, Grantsburg, 'siuuiHui sour una uu appetite, just " Henderson I'or sale by 2!46p in 7:15a m 3:10a 111 11,0 i 1 WIMTFfO KiTREE t uuy n jmcauge ui thing Impossible to keep them away. cumstances must be admitted It Is Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Traveling Passenger Agent for tnt vllhi W " Owensboro, . . . 8:15a m tf 8TOVC CATALOO 3:44pm 4:00a m dtr cr 11:1 m ai O. It. R , Louisville, Ky. Also sk " Hawesvllle Bart has been made Sergeant Ma true, but all of them traceable to some chtriro This store is sit a N a ovsul 4:4p m 9:13a ru 4:50a m l lav II toulil 1 ihiJi, r, le pirfimu, siln Don't take anv stock in the man him to send you a copy of tbe South Arrive Louisville , , , . 1235pm 7:30a m Uia llu, li.vy cuvvrM, livasjr li nnua an4 arau. 7!45P m jor, he Is with the and batalllon on cause.und most II not all these causes llBltijul u.tt Uu.,r liaiiJom UrtfoaLtlr lijvi nl tnk. a dose, from 1 to 4 pill'. ' em Home Seekers' Guide, whicli Is re (imauiiiiUtlHiu 1 tiluiiuln., All trains run through solid to Qvansvllle. Through Parlor Cars and Pull nU'kfeli.lau tlr the Island of Negroes, I have not at tbe beck and call of mankind. whose capital consists of wind. I Uma Jovp, KtnuiuaatuilUh HmUbi llnl r.iJr t,aiti iu will Ihi surprised at liuw easily information man Sleepers on all trains to Hvansville and St Louis, Numbers olete with interesting ttaM) II..I talkitr.rM.4. ai aiitna larv ornaioan. liicy will do tliulr work, euro juurl beard from him since the 29th of June, Kach, one as an Individual is depen4t and 42 wafurolalisuaa ant.tra wumI fri ai. , (nnMnir It a 1h A WONDERFUL CURE concerning tbe Southern territory, ! connect st Irvington for Fordsvllle & Hardlnsburg ln'iilailie and biliousness, route tlic( 4 barr, UK last a A KlkLIUUlll tutkltk Kl dally, 36 be was well then and looking fine, dent to some extent upon tbe clrcuni I rer unci make orDIAKBIIOEA. tTtrr auTia. aad anarai ttu aalu.ii llvtr) tu)iuna ion del li.imiv oeuln. , will be pialled tn vou free. ruadiUI Vourl waldtalvrwoul.l,ltatv HH I tr aiirb 6 i irtits. bold by all medicine dealers. I am well at present also bad excel stances by which he Is surrounded, tlova, tfaa Iiti, bl la ' uly au.at tl v I On tho first and third Tuesdays oi A 1'HllJf I.MKNT V1IIOINIA EBITuK acbUMMllra.aM.aiaaalUul till IK1. Ail in" lent health ever since the first ot but must live out his life as an In BEARQ, ROEBUCK &. CO.IIKC Ch!ClC0, llnd Allntl tslreu uri.hui WnabroMaril each month Hume Seekers' tickets art OMfa, IUbak A C. ara UaraaaaU rvUabla.- - Ullat March I never felt better in my llle dividual, must be responsible for bis bark l prrlecs Ilrnlin bjr I'luanibar-iMln'- a sold to Southern and Southweteri o. ..CJvI Uiit D0in Until JOsii sUllid UktHui t C'ullc Cholera aud Illarrliufa points at Special Low Rates, good t uau tsAsatul' 1M yuar- j),ral fralgbt dOt aUld 'JRfBOA than I have since landing on the tucccsstfs and failures In accordance Baniadjr. rTI'rwus I, days ironi IrkMlW.uV, a4 llll, waaklaaioiaaraaallaastH.ii aalU vriiniif return within twenty-ou- e with perfect justice, and must die Island, ' Ulf HKAUIlia KIslTOUIAU UKAIKkr HlkUAlS TKttllliBD Of, ftj jaar r ardata of sale. Liberal talal.lwa.10ur 6P00ll luatci, In welatbi Offsr PrlO From tbe Times, Ulllsvllle,Va. Alt these aaJl TJit lid I will close for this time, Yon alone as an Individual The Southern Railway. """ rangements. .QiMnHailtandtlva rreljrht will mrtne H cwtiltj for awh CMmllti, gTrt?lJ veSewmwQ(1llMwmi.mwL things with temperaments, char.tc I suflcreil with diarrhoea tor a long TAroujA light Sttl Southtrn Statu 3tVE IT THREE MONTHS' TMIALIn yuur nwn h ma an.. must write as soon hi r u get this wiltrvluru uur lliu a ydarrmisv DutatiUU.! Haaalirfir. A, H.HANSON, G. P. A Krulurh)', ViikIiiIx.S'mhIi i'iiiu-Hutime and thought I ras past being raal aitkaa kaslaraaar Hwlaf ,aaiaaa Kl 9.0, IIU.0O, t UO, inclinations, $fEir1 rf MIsBsl because it takes one month for a let titles, environments, ClIKMUO, IU.MMIS QOaaJats all ll 4IS.4Q far lullti iattrllxal U Oar ra ila laala (ataUiai AIiiIiiiiiih, Ti liliraaee, ii Uii Tin op nrsir aAiutivT iitinnrnvr accomplishments aud abilities differ- cured, I had spent much time and ter to go and come Your son, V. A. Kellond. A. O. P. A., tUf KTtAtfltt VaVlU VC Olffrod Vt OD llOUJ. trili I HrulliiH, ijvurKlH, B ent from those of any other Individ money and suffered so much misery SiiB-- 1 mill )lbalaaliil. Louisville, Ky. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Richard P Lilhs, HH rtiaialntt VttsiriUtf nahaaast aiabla urfiar vnrlr ui AAlltC. ital In the world, In any age Back that I had almost decided to give up 646J Miles Thiee Dally Trains Private Co. C 6th U S Infantry. Writ cs rrl4 la CtUnaa aa4 laartj h ar irloaa ladnecuinu. ULUBLt All WHO IKS lUT. Iktween loulsvllleim Lex ol it all however, Is tbe hand of a all hopes of recovery and await tlm saa as sM V P saV a" l has ataaainr fltivtisi tssisiin rcKota.bl I ov KvaHi ington DimUOvIV I1U1IIH uiuii mutHlliV. koiiiIf uitil b Obiervation Clmir Hrxwrwri- whose-pow- er j.a.Yeuiw 1. "" Creator, Is result, but noticing the advertiseMallllHsl Kidney double preys gracious Mat Til thuutui( miTlurfcOXK. -MAUKIla IUt lltsT II A Will S AM VMVkl Cars. Trains leave Hnd nr hnpolaaifl. In 111 cmlltial upon the mind, dls exerted, not to compel men to be mere ment of Chamberlaln'a Colic, Cholera '''tuu 1111. 111 Di'MAiutiAL pjwprive Louisville fiom Seventh sriJ'm courages and lessens machines, doing whit they are un and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some sla7iillautkwO',bln.4nrftUiiTmptomriuov huh mI TMtlinnnUliiinaTElfDiT3trtlTueat(r Street Union t)eoot Dl. 8, B GXIIl'f 01. Has K, AtUnU, U ambition; beauty vig able to help Jolng, but t furnish free testimonials stating how some wpn-- i with trainH nf the or aud cheerlulnesa soon disappear full and tHtUUK4 Until. U'U fraaM Ha4 la i,c for Mwlnt, IIimi llll' o'sCeitml Kailrrixttrfrtl tiUlDi ifwftU rtt4fa tuivMi mboal ni when the kidneys are out ol order or moral agents materials with which to derfel enres bad be:n wrought by this .. (tr OMliritAil aVrillial Itullh. rlnaat n,lla ..tai s. I, II Ac St I, Krftlnnv t a turn Jaazrv, i iaa . tn. Ull bllUidJaUUla,rMd)a, mold their characters aud destlnleain remedy, I decided to. try It. Alter rnaln Sntilhlron atand. diseased For pleasing rcsuUi use v a inarosasj nn ibut-l- t i Jrukt4; ii.putt fuiMnutlun fod,iu)f ttirrutlnt vibrak. iuMiiatrnri autokittla botb.n Winaatr sU IllaitaVUt tlatrlSir halaal jUnalua. Dr Kilmer's Swamp Knot, the great accordance with their use or abuse'ol taking a few doses I wa entirely welt I f I'ur Infdtmation, Adilirgs I UatllAfalaa impNTMOaaw t, Ira prof d ak silt nMnkBUlc.r(aTtblrfiiult4 irsuiptianit(ruit Mr bM. IJuiUbltvrtaaer la(obaJiJaocbflr Utti'fti4I. Attjruggists, Sim kidneyremedy U.il1istsaffqrd haau) vsiTiar SavraW! pVHNtftll WIMIfWI means thus furnished. of that 'trouble, and I wish tor say fur- aaairUsT i. WM, F. T. 1.. 716 4tH art, Umsiilli, Kf 11 iiTi t'i mntiuiMrn. aaUlVMiiAUa H .. r; pie bottle by mail free, also p4mphlct. tbe GUARANTEED UallakUaJU.,. a.iJ.tlV. 7.1 Mumort,Xrii Wm H, Tayrae, Atttotut I). P. A., Umiulli, K( Ma. Etarf aaawa tUltaat rrUaJ aiU Mr TTa Xnatrutptlou Book t4lU ther to my readers and fellow sufferers won't llotsr lonssr altar Address. Dr. Kllmer&Co.. Ilinubam Jual nvwanviiiiiirari rutili rtiltouhrr nlAhi or tnj kind o( futov woik. CUHE A l'01.l I f ONK DAY ll a irtatsj with ton, N. Y. that J am a hale and hearty man to tV.A.TI'UK, IS els bos. j. M.t'iii.r, anil.iaUs4 upon rtcslpt of Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tab. Ult mol.lna, Somnanil IT COSTS YOU NOTHINQ ' -- , or .i iii irii.lMa..KI rrul M'n'r. I ts. All druggists refund money if day and feel as well aa I ever did In Wanted-- An W AMI MUTO.V, (I r avaiail MM ia (115,60, Wl takillY VulK a.t Ua vi.kia ipBNamMmM Field's 'bus meets all trains at it falls o cure. 35c. The genuine has my life. O, R. Mookr. Sold by Z, ti.luili UlANT CIIUMIOAL CO iiuo Charrr HI.. 1'hllsw p Beaver Dam. L B, Q. on each tablet. AMrniv ItARV, ROEBUCK it UO, (Inc.) 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