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V The The The The The Republican Keptibiicm Republican Republican Republican and Louisville Commercial, l yeai.fi anil the Courier Journal, 1 jear, St and the Toledo (O ) Blade, I year, ft aud Loulnvllle Dispatch, I year, $1 and the Globe Democrat, 1 year, $1 25. 25 25 25, jo The HaeteobI Beptjblicae official Tho Ropubllcan kindly lnvltoa its rnan.v roadors and frionds to givo thoso morcbanls who advortlso in its columns tho bonoflt of tholr trado. It will bo rogardod as a personal favor. Fine Job Work a Specialty. ma or .nf run ix mwm cohseessiomdismct, Subscription $1 a year. No. 8. VOL. XII. Hair-Raisin- HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1899. g t ft r tf glass of my grandfather's picture, and ther," he replied, coldly, "I shall what many would have considered, i how the actresses "make up" and ra-'THE LAW OF LOVE. thrown from there through another leave to aay. 111 go up to masons, supernatural manifestation. what they us; and In a minute way AL1CB It COLLINS, IOWA PALM, IOWA. VnfttttiMttlt, ( Rtl'ter nirttf Dtu the two last artlclts will show what Billm side window on to the porch across the place, where I can get warm." Perry Westerield, ;i tit f.jwrmitiir.f, aW tnri Cut nutf street. In three days' time, the sun was ecA friend of mine, on a hot summer While Jesus In the city taught I bad always known u goes on behind the scenes on the Law It. Cum Ikt Utrlf)ti 7. Hi could no longer strike at the proper centric, I certainty thought be was a nlgh, after retiring, found It itnpos stage during a performance. It is a The Pharisees one day, Urn tut fo.Wl H Dcivsu Dam, Kt. angle to produce the effect, and so, little touched. As everything had Bible to sleep, and concluded that n He gave to them an answer fraught curious fact that this will be the first With truth's most glorious ray. time that the theatre and the actor I have always maintained that there with bad weather, the solving of this been done for bis comfort and welfare cold, bath might soothe his jaded there are thousands of womystery had been delsyed for yean. this rnde remark was aljow to pass nerves and make him more comfort A scribe, in an inquiring state, have ever been exhaustively treated is no such thing as the supernatural. men who nearly suffer death wnen ne tneteacner saw. without comment, After his departable. , He refrained from striking n in a magazine, and that there Is no I have found in my own experience ATTORNEY AT LAW, from irregular menses. Someft another time, while in the conn ure my wife went to his room to get us, light,, not wishing to add motqultoea Said, "Master tell In which the great book on the snbjict In existence. ' JIARTraKR, KY. times the " period " comes too that every occurrence, no matter how try, I bad a Commandment and most the law?" Special attention given to all busithe bedding which had been contrib- to bja slready miserable condition. often sometimes not often mysterious it may appear at the time, disagreeable experience. I had gone, ThoTolodo Wookly Blado. ness entrusted to his care. Office in enough sometimes the flow is can be logically accounted for, II prop- ahead of the family whom expected uted from other parts of the house. Besides there was enough came in Then the dear Savior's lovely face PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN YEAR. Court House. too scant, and again it is too I Was filled with heavenly light erty Investigated, fine In some cases, next day, to open our summer real-- . She turned down the spread, bnt from the street lamps to make the ob- And In these words of tender grace profuse. Each symptom shows The Toledo Weekly Blade has an found nothing but the sheets. She ject 'in the room dimly visible. He years have elapsed before I discovered deuce. The weather was murky that Nature needs help, and He answered him aright; enormous circulation at all times. The and Inquired of the servant, who declared arose, went Into the bath room, and M. L. HEAVRIN, that there is trouble In the orthe actual solution, but I have never a thick fog had risen from the lows "To love thy God with all thy heart, year of a Presidential campaign how, gans concerned. Be careful the clothing was all there when she alter n refreshing plunge, groped his failed, in the end, to do so. With all thy niiud and will. Isnds and settled In the valley. When ever, it is regularly read by near two when in any of the above conmade up the room in the morning way backi to bed, when his eye was And then thy neighbor as thyself, HARTFORD, KY. There are certain sensationscoinmon ditions. Don't take any and million people. Not only Republl Will practice hla proleaalon in all the to the human race, ascribed by the I retired to my room I was especially Search high and, low failed to discov. suddenly arrested by the lorm ol a These two the law fulfill." every nostrum advertised to cans, but people :f all classes, In every struck by the stagnant atmosphere, er the mUslng articles. No trunk or man, court ol Ohio and adjoining counties "" seated at his private desk, lean- - The scribe perceived cure female troubles. wondrous truth section of the United States read it for, and Court ol Appeals. Special atten. superstitious, to uncanny influences, for Although the window was wide which are nothing but tricks, played open oue hsd the sensation of being package large enough to contain even ing over the open drawer. The luller meaning rise, tlon given to collections. political informitlon. For thirty years BRADFIELL'S one blanket could possibly have been Snatching a convenient knife, he And answered, "Truly is snch love upon the system by disordered nerves. shut in a confined space, almost it has been a regular visitor In every to the taken out of the house without our cautiously crep up behind Far more than sacrifice." the silent This la even noticeable In animals. A point of suffocation. Therefore, I did 8HELDY TAYLOR, part of the Unluo and is well known visitor and dealt him a tremendout To love thy God with ell thy heart horse becomes at a not look upon the old fashioned, can knowledge, in almost ever one of the 70,000 post Is the one safe and sure I1 A TTOIWE YATLA W , and asked If blow in the body. Such a thrust I wrote to Mr. L may on limes easy be. HARTFORD, KY piece of flying paper in the air, or opied bedstead with approval, but offices in the c untry. It is edited A medicine for irregular or paln- - I' he could explain the mystery.' He meant certain death, but in this case, But sb I within the second part, ful menstruation. It cures all Will practice his ptofession In all the sometimes at a perfectly still and sl threw myself down on the lounge, with reference t. a national circulation There lies a test for thee. the ailments that are caused by promptly replied that he could not. a ruined suit of clothes, an overturned com toot Ohio and adjoining counties lent object, such as a bowlder in the which was placed against the high and people of all politics take It, be- irregularity, such as leucof-rhce- a, and Court of Appeals. Special attenHe had never seen anything except inkstand, and a deed and vicious For Jesus, in the story, has rotd. These things may appear su- rosewood footboard. ' cause of Its honesty and fairness in the a falling of the womb, tion given to alt assignments in bank, Of good Samaritan, the sheets and other spread during gouge in the table, was pernatural to the horse, but to us who nervousness; pains in the head, I1 ruptcy. It was well alter midnight w.hen I his entire stay with us. He had been only resnlt. top of the forgotten the Tanght man to know his neighbor as discussion of alt public questions. It He had back, breasts, shoulders, sides, I1 that know better they are undeniably ol was awakened in great fright, His needy brother man. is the favorite family paper, with bnt by obliged to sleep In his clothes, using the evening before, when hips and limbs. By regulating I1 his suit the earth earthly. something for very member of the what I did "not know. Silence was JNO. B. WILSON, the menses so that they occur I1 the tablecloth as an outside wrap. At came home from the tailor's, he bad This need may not be need ol gold One ol the most extraordinary and everywhere. household. Serial stories, poetry, wit I lay on my back broad every twenty-elght- h Or aid in earthly things, day, all spectral illusions Imaginable occurred awake, with every nerve tingling. first he thought it accident or forget, thrown it on the chair to preserve it It may be most the kindly hold I1 thole aches disappear togett-er- . and humor; the Household depart fnloess on the part of my wife, and as from wrinkles. KY. HAKTFOKD, while I was living in C . My bed From sympathy which springs. Just before your time comes, I1 ment (best in the world). Young to col room was light and ally, a bay win Suddenly I heard a smothered voice, he seldom retired until after midnight given get a bottle and see how much ' Pute Imagination Is the cause of SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac. within 6 inches of my face, end right Folks, Sunday School Lessons, the And when in real sympathy good It will do you. Druggists making did not wish to complain at so late an making commonplace, every-da- y oc-- i dow occupied the end, in the side wall on the I1 Farmstead, mou lovesr. mm indeed the Question Bureau with me. call me bv sell it at $1. louoee alio Notary Public lor Ohio County. requests enrrences repeated hour. When appear supernatural. I Sweet, spiritual telepathy were two ordinary windows, the bed n,me Sand (or oar t r.. book, " P.rfxt (which answers questions to subscribOfflco North side oi public square. twIceiBna la an agon!lIng tone, brought no change or relief, and he Health (or Womto." think all of us have been startled by Will teach thee all his need. tutu., ,uw luau.clfJIClc crV ers), the News of the Week in comh.w w.v-ivTUB BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. I1 could no longer stand the fatigue, he a curtalu or simple shadow, resemwas opposite, over which hung a The call rings out from shore to shore, plete form, and other special features. rT ; I am dy"Oh, help me, help me ATXASTA, OA. I' was forced to believe that for some bling some other object. water my Awake I thou careless sleeper, ."- a Specimen coplii gladly sent on apLaw, grandfather; colored portrait ofseat-- , ing." unknown reason, we desire to freeze And letthyconsclencespeskoncemore plication, and I. McL. Wilson. It repiesented him if you will send us a I sprang up and made a light, but him out. "Thou ert thy brother's keeper." IlARTFonu, Kt. ed, reading a book. On a beautilul the room was empty, Seventeen of the greatest Deanl-- r la Dlood Deep. list of addresses, we will mall a copy the bed unt Will practice his profession in tho afternoon, about As the bedding did not make its ap5:30 o'clock, I hap touched ; and no tangible presence Clean blood meant, a clean akin. No to each. Only $1 a year. If yon wish trotters have qualified to start in Millions Glvon away. the courts oi Ohio and adjomtnr pened to louk out of the window near-- . pearance, I was obliged to buy new. beauty v. Ithout it. Cascarets, Candy Catharthe $10,000 Kentucky Matron Stakes to raise a club, write for terms. about. While I was standing thus. This, and keen It clean, by tic clean vour counties. Also Notary Public. however, remained undisturb- stirring up the bloodliver and driving all im est the bed. I could not believe my dumbfounded, a quiveiing groan rose laiy to be contested on the 35th of Septem Address The Eladh, It is certainly gratifying to the 10 ed. Matters went on as usual until purities lrom me uoav. uegin senses. Sitting on the poicb of the up lrom the very ber at Louisville. Among the well Toledo; Ohio. banuh pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads public to know of oue concern in the spot where I had the advent . 3E-ISHES.A T i, bouse opposite, in his familiar chair, been sleeping I deliberately lay down of company from the city and that sickly bilioua complexion by taking land who are not afraid known drivers that will be seen toto be generfor ten cents. All was resented by the chamber-maias C'ascaret a, beautyguaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. , ous to the needy and suffering. Rod Hot From tho Gun was my grandfather, reading. I called upon aatiafaction gether in the race ore Hayes, West, The the lounge. I felt my hair stir a personal insult to obtain more work the family quickly and they all saw it, and the cold sweat stsrted from every proprietors ot Dr. King's New DIs-- . Wylle, Starr, Miller, Marvin, DeRy-de- r HARTFOKD, KY.' Back-Ya- rd Fonco. covery for Consumption, Coughs and Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead, Will practice his profession in all clear, sharp and distinct. In less than pore of my body, but I hsd perfect from her than was our due, so in the Across tho and MmCarthy. The Lexington man, of Newark, Mich., in the Civil the Courts ol Kentucky, Special at- five minutes from the time I had first possession of my will power, and de- early morning she left, My wife pre(Ky.) filly, Rxtasy, is already a big "Doesn't the shape o' yer nose suit Colds, have given away over ten War, pared her room for her successor. It caused horrible Ulcers that tention given lo collections, settle- seen it, it faded, melted away, and termined million trial bottles of this great medfor the race. not to let tear get the upper When about to leave the room she no- yer, Mrs. Fltzgibbons?" ment or decedent's estates, road cases was gone. a icine; and have the satisfaction of no treatment helped for so years. hand. "What do ye mane, Mrs Corklns?" Office up Slid criminal practice. ticed thst the end of the sheet had Then bucklen's Arnica Salve cured Working Night and Day My grandfather was dead, and this Distinctly, I heard the labored "When ye're lookin' over this way knowing It has absolutely cured thous- him. Cures Cuts.Brulses, Burns, - next door to Griffin'sdrug store. tiriBolls, was the anniversary of that event, I breathing ot some onein dlstress,rlght4 slipped down and was trailing on the ye're always turnln' yer nose up." ands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Felons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best The busiest and mightiest little floor. She lifted the corner of the could not give any explanation ot the along aide of me. Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all diseasChicago Tribune. mattress to pull it np, and there, on vision. My family was much aflected Oh, can't yon help me?" This, es of the Throat, Chest and Lungs are Pile cure on earth. 35 cts. a box. thing that ever was made is Dr. the springs, carefully laid out, were oT children affected with Mothers by It, and the depressing weather close to my ear. There were one or AHORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UIVV, surely cured by it, Call on J.H. Will- Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. H. Will- King's New Life Pills. Every pill U globule ol health, that a sugar-coatewhich set in next day did not help two sobbing sighs, then silence. I alt the missing bedclothes. Now my croup or a severe cold need not hesU iams, Druggist, and get a free trial iams, Druggist. (NOTARV PUBLIC) changes weakness Into strength, KENTUCKY. Chamberlain's bottle. Regularslze5oc.and$t. Every HARTFORD.. their low spirits, but as nothing oc- could in no way account for this un- wife remembered that when the girl tate to administer The opening day of the trotting Will practice his profession in all curred, with lime this wore away.and, first came she had complained of the Cough Remedy. It contains no into energy, brain-fa- g into bottle guaranteed, or price refundmeeting at Louisville on the 35th of the courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- though I never passed the window canny visitation. I knew there was hardness ol her sleeping accommodamental power. They're wonderful opiate nor narcotic in any form and ed. no other (living person In the house. this month, should make history for in building up the health. Only ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt ai.ia attention given to all business entrust without looking for it, I did not again Presently a cock crew, a dog barked, tions. 'Evidently without eonsultav mayfbe givin as confidently to the the harnes horse. Just $10,800 in per box. Sold by H. Williams. 35c Chrysanthemums. J. see the phantom. to his care. and at last dawn came with the twit- tlon she had proceeded to remedy babe as to an adult, The great sue purses are hung np for the winners a such a serious defect in the household cess that has attended Its use In the Office in Republican building. On the next anniversary a stretch tering of birds. of that day's taces alone. The last week of this month will be treatment of colds and croup has wou Purple and amber.crlmson and white, of bad weather prevailed, and evident That dsy while at the village drag equipment, Blooming so bravely out in the a gala one for Louisville. The trotAgain the myaterouscame near baf- for it the approval and praise It has P L FELIX ly the old gentleman did not consider store I heard Farmer Jones ask the r.r wittr J KDWIN KOWB. cold; meeting is already attracting the auaraauad tobacco babtt nakea waalr the poich a comfortable place to sit in, clerk to give him something for his fling me, during the illness of a mem- received throughout the United States Which shall I gather for love's de- men atrong, blood sura, toe,cure,All drunlits ting SL Howe & attentlcn of lovers of that class of lightber of my family. I had been watchand in many foreign lands. For sale under the clrcumttancts. He did not wife; she was very HI aud had cried . sport, and the one tare rate to Louis-- , Russet or orange, mauve or gold? ODD MARRIAGE CUSTOM. m appear. I was patient and when the alt night for him to help her. In ed at the bedside until alter midnight, by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. vllle on account of the trots, will fill .1 when the nurse relieved me, and I III. aaaaHTS Purple that's for the sunset hour 9th ol April came around again I was stantly I knew that It wss this poor Roallam. HARTFORD. KY. went to my room to snatch a little you forget?)when you held my Spondthrlft.Spln8tors Abto to the Falls City with visitors from all (Can sgsln at my pokt, and on the lookout. woman's voice which had tesched me. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio the arjacent territory. hand, rest. My sleeping apartment was Avoid Dobts by Foro-Bolcounty and Court of Appeals. Prompt Sure enough, dimly at first, there Their place was just across the mead First Office Boy that's the mat- The Iliac bushes were all in flower. Flnory. en. gathered out uf nothing, the familiar ow, about half a mile from my house. immediately over the front door on attention given to all business Bravo Mon Fall And was easy to understand. ter? trusted to our care. Office In Herald form ot my grandfather, seated on the Her husband's Christian name and on the second floor, while the Second Office Boy I told the boss Crimson and that's for the flush building. room wss on the first floor, It was an old idea that a husband porch opposite. For a minute the mine were the same. I questioned Victims to stomach, liver and kidthat flew whose wife at her marriage was ney troubles as Well as women, and wnicn, tinder the circumstances, we he thought he was a big gun. specter was very brilliant, then faded him closely and iound she had repeatOver my face, from brow to chin, "What happened? RONE, JOHN T. away as before, and so quickly that ed the words exactly as I had heard hsd shought would be cooler and on your lips the sweet saying clothed only in a sheet or in the most all feel the result in loss of appetite, "He proved to me he was a rapid While grew more comfortable. I was greatly elementary linen garment was not In poisons in the blood, backache,' ner ATTORNEY AT LAW I had no time to Investigate the sur- them In my room. Pleading so well for the heart with. any way liable forihe debts previous vousness, headache and tired, listless by my long vigil and thestrain tirerr." Detroit Free Press. KT. roundings. The following afternoon Fog plays strange tricks on both in. Will rfwlea hi pr4lwl.ii la all tha it appeared again, one ly contracted by her, says the writer run down feeling. But there's no CVIIEACOLDIN ONE DAT minute later land and sea. Owing to some unusual ot anxiety, together with the heat, raurlaaroicla and found it impossible to sleep. I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Amber ah, that's for the tress yon of "Love and Legend of the English need to feel like that. Lhten to J. W. n than on the previous dsy, but did not stste of the atmosphere the voice hsd ul I'anrl ta! Appaal... OBlealn Vf. lets. All druggists refund money if kissed, ! Church." Our parish registers and Gardener, Inda vllle, Ind. He says: allellas, remain so long. crossed the intervening space, wan. sat down by the open window, and it falls to cure. 35c. The genuine has Fall'n to my shoulder unawares; A. Haaa Dalian:. I now becsme convinced that it bad dered In at my window, aud made a leaned well out. hoping to a breath ot L B Q on each tablet, tf "Clearly," you said, "In the golden local traditions give us ample Illus- n Electric Bitters are lust the thing trations of this quaint idea. At Chil-ter- for a man when he is all run down, some connection with the picture on sounding board of the foot ot my bed. fresh air. The moonlight glittered mlat AH Saints' Wiltshire, is the fol- aud don't care whether he lives or Llko Days of Yoro. A. e- - SAYlvOll. Ofa woman's curls Love sets his my wall because the attitude was the A mirage of sound was the result, if on the stone door step beneath me, lowing entry: "John Bridmore and dies. It did more to give me new and every object was clear cnt and snares." same, yet there was no window oppo- such a term can be nsed. Grandma What time did Mt, Lip- - White that'i- distinct. No one was visible either site the picture. I took it down the the sign of the con Annie Selwood were married October strength and good appetite than any Hhitpoiid, Ky. 17, 1714. The aforesaid Anne A guest arrived at our house one up or down the street The human ptneott leave last night, Grade? quered heart, next morning, with the aid of a thing and I have a new lease on life." Special attention given to all business was married in her smock, with- Only 50 cents, at J. H. Williams' Grade Why, grandma, he started Keeping its holy troth to thee. and replaced it with a water-- , day In the fall ot the year. We had race might have vanished from the bis care. Office in Court entrusted to Guarding for thine, wherever thou out any clothes or headgear on." colored oneof Landsecr'slamousdogs. experienced much trouble with new face of the earth for all the evidence home at Drug Store. Every bottle guaran House. art, Grandma (mildly) Never mind Similar cases ocenred at Gorton Green teed. With the variation of a minute the servants, and my wife, wishing to aid there was of it, Its flower of love inviolably. when he started; I asked you when he in 1738, at in reverAt this Instant my door-be- ll dogs appeared, lying on the porch op- - the chambermaid, arranged the bed Exchange. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Field's 'bus meets all trains at in the spare room herself and looked berated through the entire house. I left Brooklyn Life. 1774, and at Otley in 1808. Avis' potlte. You assume no risk when yon buy Birmingham Gazette lor 1797 vouches Beaver Dam, was extremely surprised aud startled. after years oi fruitless search, about to see that all was In order. Thus, Kidney trouble preys Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- for an extraordinary story, according MEN I had discovered that on the 9th, 10th At breakfast time we asked our I knew by the manner of the sound Hartford, Kt. The Beat Fraaerlplloai ror Chi I la upon the mind, dls- - arrhoea Remedy. Z, Wayne Griffin & to which a bride disrobed In the ves- and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Test-lepractice his profession in all the and 1 ith ol April, the sun's ray struck Irlend If he had enjoyed a sound sleep, that It had uot been done by human courages and lessens Will Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; adjoining counties the side bay window, were reflected and found his qurters comfortable. agency. I caught up a light and ran W O M E N ambition; beauty vig- Bro. will refund your money if you are try, and appeared at the altar without Courts of Ohio-ausatisfied after using It. It is ev- even the amount of clothing worn by then why experiment with worthless Collections carefully and promptly across from the bookcase door to the He replied that there was nothing he down through the lower part of the or and cheerfulness soon disappear not imitations? Price, 50c. when the kidneys are out of order or erywhere admitted to be the most sue the ladles In the above cases. to. Office with T. J. Smith could suggest except a little more bed house to the kitchen, where, in a cor diseased. For pleasing results use cessful remedy In use for bowel com- The latest exsmple oi which the pres&Ce., Market Street. Ta Car Goaatlpallaa Toravaa. ncr of the celling the bell was hung. Dr. Kilmer's clothing. My wife had thought two Swamp Root, the great plaints and the only one that never Caodr Cathartic. 10a orSkb ent writer knows comes from Lincoln ItTaka Ciacarats euro, drugs lau rarund raouaj. 0. C. G. Lll 10 heavy blankets and acomfoit, beside The clapper was still moving slightly kidney remedy. At druggists. Sama, a J E.DAVIDSON, to and fro. The nurse who was In ple bottle by mail free, also pamphlet. falls. It is pleasant, safe and tell shire. The register of Gedney has the spread, wonld be sufficient, conMarcus Dally, the millionaire Mon sep-othis commonplace entry: "Dec. 3, the sick room, was much annoyed, Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-ton- , able, sidering the weather, but then no two N Y. 1843. David Wilkinson, full age, tana copper king.has already shipped people are alike in this respect. She knowing that on account of the exHartfobd, Kt., Notloo. bachelor, laborer, of Gedney, to Sussn his stable ol trotters to take part in gave the servant another blanket, and treme nervousness of our patient a All persons having claims against QuoorThlngs In Llfo. Will practice his profession in Ohio races at Louisville. The copper the estate ot F. K. Bratcher, deceased, Farran, full age, widow, of Gedney." the told her to put it on Mr. L 's bed. notice had been posted to that effect and adjoining couuties. Special atare notified to present the same, prop. Local tradition supplements this brief and green collars ol the western There ore 1,000 acres of sugar beets tention given to all business entrusted Naturally we Inquired If be had and requesting that the bell should WAsmxa-roir- , D.C., April J, 118s. erly proven as required bv law before account by reciting that the bride was stable will be seen for the first time rung. She supposed some in Ouonda';! county, N. Y. to his caro. fared better In the morning. Dr. S. H. Ilarlman, Celumtut, O. He not 'be me at my home oue half mile Fast of this year on the opening day when had disregarded It. The house Two divinity students are working Ueralvo, on or beiore tne urst day ot dressed in a sheet stitched about her, Mr Dxab Doctob: It (tires me looked rather fatigued, I thought, and one wss old, and when I rented It had their way through Yale by doing job October, 1S99. or they will be forever with holes cut lor the passage of her Joe Res scores with My Trick in the pleasure to certify to the xcaUtnl was quite embarrassed when he said iio.ooo Kentucky Matron Stakes. uratlve qualities ot your msdlclnssi barred, D. W. Kimurl, Adm'r, bare arms. a comfort would be very acceptable. been provided with on1ybrass knock. printing. 8 For F. H. Bratcher, deceased. Not one drop of intoxicating liquor My wife seemed astonished, but as- era. I hsd the bell put in and the HARTFORD, KY. sured bim she would see to it herself. wire crossed the ceilings, exposed its Is allowed to be sold atanv of the mil Tho Thoatro from tho Insldo. SEND US ONE DOLLAR Will practice his profession in all tho ., . , I, aa, IM Ukfcltf . a.sakLaa.. .laaaaaULiaavUI.all.lMi. . courts of Ohio and adjoining counties r: rrj r. 1 . . . WSMtUa In the afternoon she put a comfort on entire lenflth, thetefoie It wss impos- itary camps of Canada. "WlaVU larKUTEa aaUttt raia . . HI twpo Careful attention will be given to a Whales from 300 to 400 years old That there are five thousand theaIttJ t prmm 14, pqvi taa the foot of his bed, and In speaking sible that cither rats or mice could (Hi lavij II aautlBS Colbusiness entrusted to his care. are sometimes met with. The age Is tres in America, and that one million ftvrbaJtUrlJaaVBiHsIMflaWvtKlMdOiirflwtTfUiisiyejaitt.fswsiBd assODtT, Mf - had all the have caused It. to me said Mr. L Office over Ohio 93l70 MP lections a specialty. Uurrlabl ! " The incident completely unnerved ascettalued by the size and number of and a half people attend them each aa aw available bed clothing at her comWf County Bank. Also Notary Public. She was convinced that the wha!ebone,wh!ch Increases yearly. week day night, spending seventy S3I.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE r u mand, and that only a salamander the nurse "- ' Baaalal aM Baa !) t ha aihaaa. Ha.k For the last year our exports of rsll millions of dollars a year on theatre-goincould live under such a lot of stuff the Dread Angel stood wlthont. As THIAOMl6UIIMUMP(tiitMsiBlUIUUIIWIITIt1 DLP- - lEt-olDy- -, IB . VaUCal mm JS. fltllaf leu rail are the surprising facts with U t rvt dirsMl f t4otttfrjlt7 UJIUUU4 without suflocatlng. He had four the time drew near for the patient's road iron of all sorts were 610,113 114 cab limu lwavitUr.il ATTORNEY- - AT - LA W, U4 tm 114 uUr sam4 A4 blankets, three comforts and a spread. medicine to be given, I went down, toni, sgalnst 747,661 tons for 1896, which Mr. Franklin Fyles, the dra- UleU t'OUUHVlLLK, UK1.TIJ.JHY. , IrJt liUT Till ICftlftCUJ U.ft fllMbMbJ-rh- Ou. 4 Wt)U M Wan and baggard he appeared the not wishing to trust the somewhat 558.375 tons for 1893 and 1,035,431 matic editor oT the New York Sun, llsKhMkaitr,UlaCBfMVli laUow.. Wif M tlMfl, Will praotice his profession in all the 11 Us1 M Ulu I -.. TrtMt IMsieU, tesaM, MI1U, will open an Important series in the next morning. I laughingly inquir- hystercat woman. The prescription tou&for 1890, t TWUe-s. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Tc Mommi a Passenger trains from Boston" to next issus of The Ladles' Home Jourw TM Hi, I tarfatal iarf e?Mk vi mm jravwai had not been nsed for some dsys, the ed: and Court of Appeals. Special atrtu aa.aUa , .Ul WSI lUrsakHtV I M al "Well, were you warm enough last conditions not requiring It. Alt the Plymouth are hauled as far aa Brain-tre- e, nal. The scries will be called "The M KUfc IMaJWw Mil btammMal tslstla lsit, lW4UaT tention given to collections. Office Us, IMaftl next door to Post Office, and then divided Into parts and Theatre and Its People," and will run Un sJ.Jt rri. tfj atJaa T11K AOMK 111 aULSI fta nlghtr" a tall cblflon-le- r, medicines were kept on iUtxl with lMa hmiI U lb blf ! HaaMa, KlfHJ Ml! in the ante room, where I went drawn to Plymouth by a third rail through seven numbers of the maga- SSSSJ tMa . Ulhiwftd thUlmU IMif Ifta "I don't see how you people get Iloa. J. D. Bonis, "" tt Wei Coorimn-t-Lj.r- f (rota KaaMS. u alia Ubi k.tk II . JlUlW m ... aUt.t Wa-1m, 1 zine, lavishly Illustrated with pictures Ulata atork twl Uftav)t UUr In A ltalilaiv!. along without Iretxlug," he respondfor the desired drug. While crossing raotor. lituftlabsd wlU. A.'UH Ul.aTK.oi ! and fticktl pUUt i.f M U. 4m Ill 4aU I have basts ed. "You must be extremely cold- the floor, my toot came in contact Theliumber ol cases of rabies has made by twelve d!Qercnt artists. The UiU PraacMOiiara lnprovMat, We pWlhktnia itmA- I Hnui U.U-, H.IIMIII (re ,. hiUh U. afflloted, more or 1m, for a quartsr of .. IO.I blooded." with an object, which I found upon been decreasing each year. In Lon- articles will treat of every phase of GUARANTEED 25 YEARS. f.MEfVJLi a century with catarrh of tha stonssh "For iteaven'a sake, Maiy," I ex- examination to be a small cork, don, for Instance, there were only 17, the theatre, the play and the actor, luM a wrllUa tkLMttaw? tVf-- ffwsVauilM. fey tU tit and constipation) a realdtaee la Wash UnaLiaVaTNl tMlatlHltaM UCI Ull paVft BIT Ingtoa has Increased these troubles. II Mi"- claimed, "why don't yon give the When I reached for the, bottle It none fatal In i8o3,whlte in 1897 there from the inside, and will tell how a 4,thr. Try lif . tar it aj ltkrami ItamlU, A few bottles of your suedtolaa hare poor man enough clothe.?" nniaul yon ismum If ytwa trw UI,BIlia.ur. .i.....-jy-- frt cliy ( I taa awMsa4aftMt.l-wMM11.1lvtheatre is managed; the actual money atUaJi-- A aoil was open the contents were 151 cases. I .1, Ii.-O- l. . M CfM u II 1HI1T UM.UAX, J WF almost complete relief, KjSS RELIABILITY .tUW,l".n'.''l"' given me that a continuation el and I Two large blankets were added to frothing over the sjdes. I looked up Msrried people live longer than the which plays have made; how an actdr OUR Kit tattlm tint's. IS ESTABLISHES L.g am sere their aT.lt4JcaU acli AU avLual ttaVWtiU ie.i""iaB.iE-i- I 'WltsjiWvi3' "'" and directly over bead the exposed unmarried, the temperate and Indus. Is trained and what the actors are tBbut01atvMtrula bis collection. prtr HvtropoUUa lUUtia. rue will effect a psnaaaent cure. ItMU a.s.1 at hom. villi looked horribly. belt wire ran along the celling. Fo- - trious longer than the gluttonous and tually paid; how a play is written and IhlOSWtt, la surely a wonderful (av breakfast L At pais Sao ol prxaalHi BVlaa)Vlf brlcvav Wrlla for (rM aiflrtUl vr, !' Ura mentation had blown out the cork, ' idle, and civilized nations longer than what the authors receive; how a play avtvl muslfavj lulreakfcMlMUl Loaru. aUirUSaVtU rail edy lor catarrhal ejections.BOTKIX. . I inquired about bis health, AJalrtMat. a. amiW (M. WUIT . --J. D. is rehearsed; the first night of a play; i SARI, KOIBUCK CO, lint.), FaitM, DwUi.w 4 WfMituToHfoAQOilM "Pray, do not trouble yonroelf far-- ? which struck t.he wire and produced, the uncivilized. an jrafia aty. n :?inDis'&S3M)mi&. Ghost Stories. a aa.a.-a-ava- .i Attorney at '. JOHN P. MORTON Every " Month r attorney at Law female regulator;; panic-strick- Attorney at Law r. wedding Attorney at -. life-siz- ed -- three-year-ol- d Attorney at Law, IE. d drug-guts- J. S. R. Wedding, d Felix, cu. ULdL"W37"e:rs a a ng psr-tlent- CENTt-RTOW- Kll ui-lla- Attorney at Law, Sel-wo- step-ladd- er, Asbton-uuder-Lyn- e Attorney at Iaw d arr ss Congressman Botkin's Attorney at Law, ct Statement Attorney at Law, -- -- taaB 1 w l l jUiaMMa sv pa,, raTaVtU atra.fft-liitt.iv- . BMOT , fe tM- OtaTaa - fakriSV - Mkf T fro-- -- MarMU-MO- Uat-t- . VMS) . Coatr- 1 ft Uib-rm- , 11 Pe-ru-- Msn-a-ll- m4itm4tltriitttfi4 m XI , US) Basil Mlff 14 LTHPSUPaflHHR mm Pe-ru-- - tattsfy I'lfltaw no one dares depute it. If there is any other rampart behind which Goc bel can hido his tool, it it now in orlasneil Frlilnjalij the ItARTFOItlt VUIII.1NIIINU lOMPANY der for tho discovery. This is n vast Incorporated. age ol discover)', hut in spito of the advancements oi tho age, no one can 1 FON ROOBRS, EDITORS. discover a political toga into winch LON ROOBRS, J Gottbel tan client, lie has brought about his own damnatim and unless Off loo on FoxStroot. Kentucky sets that it isiealcdon him, Subscription) SI per year In advance her own iato will bo scaled for tho next qmirlir of a century. nt Ilnttlorr Mr. Tanner arrived nt this tamo conEutereAf t the as second class nmll matter clusion through nn elaborate course ol reasoning. The advice ol tbeipeakei FRIDAY SEPTUM HKR 15 was that etory man should go to tin pills mid cart his ballot in tho but in terert of the Slate. Let u mMjuti hcro.Ni d fn I lint it is counted sg vot ed, if ncesar, nt the expense ol bloodshed. The greatest nrs leord td in history have been for trecdoiu and now is the harvest time. 1 post-office Hartford Republican. REPUBLICAN TICKET. rnn cmr.iixoii, ol Ilnllrr 'miiii. FOR l.irilTr.NA.NT.HDVKItXOIt, rOZXXT LI A JtCTT J 1.X , ol l.milJlllc. run Ki:rm.T.itY or ntati:, ol linnxl'onnly. ton attohm.y ifm:iiai., r. ri!AS3, CZ.ZE-ZOZ.- T ol lliuihliiai'nnnlj'. AI1IIITOII, TOH17 siirv. ol fll c llmirlioii Count j 11, riu Tnr.Miui rOR Hll ol Urcnlliltl Cminij. DTTXlKi:, ol C'nllipksll Comity. IT. ;OHlT I'UIII.IO I.NHTIIUCTIOX, mil ('(IM'll OF AMIIII I'l.TUIir, CAT3r.J."W.rrXXXlCiraiXi:r053 (oniuy. ol rnji-ir- r CAf X. XT. T. FOH RTAT. NENATOR, SXOT77Va.R33. ol Ilnllrr louiilj. FOR REI'RENENTATIVi:, 32T01T. IS. C. --JilZTJi.&ZZ.T. ol lltfisrr IIhiii. I e. a. FOR II AOISTIIA E, ol Humler. ol Jingo. FOR COXNTAIILi:, CincAao is accorded the honor oi entertaining the G. A. R. next year. Goebei. is finding tho political Jor dan a hard road to travel. Bill Tay lor and John Young Brown will mak it an awful sight harder still. Judge Redwing is a thing of th past. He has not been beard iron since the Ma) field blow out. It i 01 presumed that he is lost, stolen. of Missouri has entered tho Kentucky pohtiiaj scramble. Ho says he is supporting Bryan and not Goebei. 80 much the better for tho exGovernor. Stone, ol Missouri, said about tho Goebei Elec tion law in an interview: "I know nothing ol tho Goebei law that I bear so much about, but if it is as dangerous as reports have it, what an awful instrument it would be in the hands of the Republicans!" The half has not yet been told about the Goebei law, and if Mr. Stone war any part of an honorable gentleman ho would go away and leave G ebel to fight his own battle. If the Goebei law would be an awful instrument in the hands of the Republicans, what will it be in the hands of its creator, Mr. Stone? Ex-Go- v. Tins is what A BRIEF SYNOPSIS. Thero was quite a contrast between the two Democratic speakers, Messrs Allen and Tanner. Allen' speech was characteristic of the Goebei stump speakers and Tanner's of the Brown wing of the Democratic parly. Que appeals for party loyalty without re sped to pnuciples, the other to prin ciples without respect to parly when me party is uasoiy wrong. Mr. Taut ner commenced with about twenty persons in the court room and before he concluded, his crowd had increased to almost, if not quite, as many as were in to hear the fat Congressman. He commenced as though he were ad dressing a Jury, but before he con. chided his remarks, ho grew eloquent. He condemned Gov. Bradley for em ploying the State militia to handle Jack Chinn and Jo. Blackburn, while Jo was fighting tor that Senatorial plum, what ho didn't get. He, io a similar, but in a more ligid manner, condemned the Policeman' convention at Louisville. It will be remembered that Mr. Tanner was a delegate to that convention, and saw those brutal policemen collar innocent delegates and would not let them exercise the right as citizens and legally appointed delegates. Ho was one of tho boys that was howled and blsied down by Redwine and his cohorts. His description of that convention was certainly true, no one ran, or will even attempt to dispute tlieiwellknown fact. Tho only defense that has been ofleicd for the conduct of that disgraced body, is that it bs the itgu larly called Dcmocratio convention end because of this fact It becomes all good Democrats to support tho ticket. jhii was Mr. Allen's Jefeuso of it and Executive Department. Frank Hewitt, Treasurer. A LITTLE MORE LIGHT. W. S. Dehoney, Ma) or. Ben Marshall, Clerk. Tho following lines wero clipped Franklnrt, Ky , Aug 13 1898 Qoebel Dem lWS-iiiaillfrom a Mr. W. It. Thompson, Frankrural ) fort. Ky : ocratio papei: The divorce evil seems to rtow with My Dear Mr Thompson I jcm. 7,w uivuictb were KTamcu "Helming to tho o'd e'fcllnn will pnfice theconten'B of this -- CTy State of Ohio last rear. We agree In the law, we find that the elecil'in nffi that there are faults on both aides, but the letter hy m Ing that ou haven't Treat prJblcra It : Are those faults remedin better Itiendin Frank! ncoun rers were axiutcd sole y by the able i To a great extent there ia no doubt ty than I ant nnd it im Irirnd County Judge of each county, ho tne conditions which result in divorce may be remedied. Given a dyspeptic husband ship for yi'tl that t write thist ciitild and did in 11. any ins'auct-and a wife auITerinir from female trouble litter. You were indicated by the appoint staunch meu of his own and we have the ready made elements of a County Committee Ma ore n't the members party and divorce case. In view of the facts there nicction Cominlialoneis for this can be very little doubt that many women ot the opposing political party took forward to divorce only because tbey county. No better man could whom he knew would raie little seek relief from obligations they do not have been appointed but it la t n in a contested question.'' feel fitted to fulfill. Women are not to Irouhlo unenvhhlepositlon.nnd oneyt u blame. They luve looked forward to their home life as a dream of paradise. Then This is a reason assigned by tho in-rshould not accipt Our couutv disease comes like a serpent and destroys te is all tight salely Democratic, lino and Whore will be found editor for being lor and aupj ortlnf til happiness. but city elections can net be won BLACKBURN'S CONSISTWomen who suffer with debilitating Goebei election law. Such an the with a fair count, and you know drains. Inflammation, ulceration, female ENCY. trouble and bearing down pains, wilt find excuso is little, indeed, fur a school that as well as I do Incotnpc certain relief and cure in Doctor Tierce's tent, unreliable Republican boy to put up. Since when the Goe' John Sa ml lord was to me like Favorite Prescription It so invigorates 3 judges will have to be appointed the organs peculiarly feminine and regua I rother. I loved him hope bei law was passed, at least 75 rer lates their functions that they are estabThe right or tne Republicans to God may rpate me and I shall lished In a perfectly healthy condition cent, of tho County Judges of the indicite who shall represent make it my life's mission to The old lightness or heart comes back ; Stato weru Democrats, then about them as jtidges, etc , will hive there's light in the eyes and a smile on the avenge by burying his slaer in tips. The old irritation and nervousness to be Ignored, nnd the E'ectlon s of the people of the com the depths of merited public exeare gone, aud the husband comes to bis Commissioners will have to do cration." home as a haven of rest and comfort. monwealth were served by strong par this, or receive the. ill will of the " t was troubled with female weakness, and olli- d Thus sayeth Mr. Blackburn on tisans on one side and city Democrats. I would not do after taklnir three bottles of Ir Pierce's Favorite PrracTiptlon I am free from pains writes it, for I could not conscientious Sunday, April It, 1895. But, alas, cers on the other. Is it postiblo that In Jones, 539 sir. May IKhad sunVred Madison Ave .Ypstlanti, ly do so, nnd I know that you Mich for two years when t how changed Today tho same Goc Democracy of Kentucky is not satis I could not walk beoran taking your medicine would nrt: therelore my advice icro-- s my room without snfferlnr dreadful twins. bel, whose pistol ball ended tho life of fied with what the can steal, xben to you is to telu-- e tosct. I had Now I da all my housework and walk where pleuie thanks to Ir Pierce's medicine." a talk with ludge 1'ryor on the a good citizen, Democrat and ex Con three chances to one are in hei favort au' j ct and he said it you would federate, is supported by the same J Under the old law the County Judges refuse to nrt he would nppoint cent study. We hope to make thi who appointed the election officers C. S. Blackburn, who, on April any one that we might indicite. the best Institute ever given the col 1895, swore eternal vengeance against wero chosen from nmong the best citi which would be Den Marshall ored teachers. To make it so, requires You know Ren is so partisan the name of 'William Goebei, before zens of the commouweallh, while to Consider well the work preparation. A tlutnn) thine is right that helps the altar of his God. Where is thai carry out tho spirit and intention of assigned you and come determined to me ucniPcrHi-oath ? Has Joe's God been banished the Goebei law, the men who appoint Think this matter over, and do your patt. Trustees nre Invited use your best judgment, and If from tbo throne of heaven, or is h6 a the election officers can not be good, and requested to attend the full ses you conclude to accept. wilte me God peculiar to Mr. Blackburn? Does upright and honest men of our best slnn ot the Institute. Immediately.nnd I will have the Respectfully, Fon Rooehs, the ex Seuator laud Goebei to the citizens. The authority lor this statechange made. ( will also bee B H bG&jOBl. kHWW J&,t2OTBttG VJtiU HIT Superintendent. star in the hope that ho will be placed ment is Trimble's letter to Thompson, that your interests are repre seated in the appointment ot of to the United Slates Senate by reason the full text of which is found in anfleers on yonr side ol the river. All of These Songs Free. of Gocbel's influence? If not this, other column. Let me hear from you at once. then what? Evidently there is someCounty Judges are upright, honorSincerely jour Irlend, Announcement was made last week South Trimble. thing wrong. Is he a safe man, who able men and are bound by bond and of a Sunday World Music Album ot urges the election of a desperado, be- - heavy penalties for the proper dis ten songs to be issned weekly. Fol-- 1 thompson to trimulr ciufe of the fact that this outlaw ia charge of their iflicial duty. Accordwing is the complete list: Flae Fork. Ky , Auir 18. 189S n under promise to crown him Senator? ing to tho letters, "In the Shadow of the Carolina Mr. South Trimble, Frankfort, Nothing but a negative answxr can be the election commissioners can not be Ky: Hills," by George Taggart and Max My Dear Sir: Yours of the given to this question, and the advice honest and honorable meu. Read this S Witt, authors ot "The Moth and 13th August in regard to Elec given by such a man is abomination statement, then read the letters rethe fllame." tton commissioners thecoun Jo Black- ferred to. in tho sight of tho Lord. "If All the Girls Were Like You," ty received and in reply will say burn is an eccentric man, a man who Thero is not the least appearance of my confidence in jour sincer by Charles Graham, author of "Two ity about this niattercompels me has been crowned by bis people, to honor, honesty, or fairness about or Little Girls in Blue." to refuse to accept the appointpositions of dignity and trust, without 0011 nee led with the whole of the Goe"I'm Nothing but a Big Wax Doll," Commissioner, ment of Election by Malcolm Williams, author of "My any special act of bis that would prove bei law. The Goebei law provides a il I have to do a dishonorable for Ann Elizer." act I will not accept It. Show to his constituency that he ever made State commission, without bond or "You'll Have to Transfer," by Abe this letter to Judge Pryor that any eflort in their behalf. To make allegiance to an). Not even are the composer of "Smoky Holzmann, he may act regardless of the Mokes," the greatest Cakewalk hit of along story short, he has bis eye tn members of that commission answer County Committee's recommen4 i i I the season dation. Most respectfully yours,-that Senatorial plum and would resort able to the sovereign voters ot the 'Sweet Norlne," by GussieL. DavE. TitojirsoN. act to obtain Slate. That same commission and all to most any is, anther ot "The Baggage Coach it. All the fierce passions that waste members of oue and the same party, Abend." and darken and devastate tho intel- is constituted a board of contest whose "Snup Shot Sal," by Williams nnd 33saxiaiasaa3asfsoiSM3trx Colored Teachers' Institute. Walker, thetworenl "coons," authors decisions are finul in all cases which lect, have made in roads upon ot "I Don't Like No Cheap Man." and destroyed all the human reach it. "Tell Mother Not to Worry," by Mark The county commission may all be Program of tho Ohio County reason he may have possessed, Louis Mjll, composer of "Coontown Colorod Toachers'lnatltuto his words; "John Sandfbrd was to of one political party and its members Carnival Cakewalk," at Hartf6rd, Sept. 20-2- 2 , me like a brother, I loved him." are not required to give bond, neither "Prancing Pickaninnies," by Max Drevfus, composer of ' A Carolina 10:00 a. m,, Devotional exercises oh, how dead is ho to the love are they threatened by any penalty Cakewalk," This same irresponsible Rev. C II Piles. of that sacred memory of his brother ! whatever. My Georgia Lady Love," by Ster Organization. By bis actions in this fall's election, commirsion was made by the Gutbel ing. How aid and Emerson, authors ol BMmKJtitinnmtwMrrtrrtnraijutHmitrimnii .i.ii...-General Remarks by Supt. Rogers be has brought down upon himself the law a court to bear contest cases and Hallo, Ma Baby." 10:35, Welcome Address, Crit Parks ban of all true and lojal Demounts of to them is given final jurisdiction. No "There Ain't No Ui-- to Keep on 00 CHINAMEN EVEH CLOSE? 10:45, Respocjse, Miss Dean. Hmginz 'Round," by Irving Jones, Kentucky, and as a reward for bis appeal is granted according to the law 10:55, General Remarks. author of "Get Your Money's Woith." Ono Who Has Novor Soon a Is absolutely nccesaarv to service, be will be relegated to that as it passed the Legislature. Houest the young man or )onng woman who would win iimo, Spelling, Georgia Walker. One song each week for ten weeks. Laundry that was not In siicics in lite This being enner ltd It is of first importance to get your 'merited public execration" of his man, is that fair? This irresponsible First song published Sept 3. "In the 11:45, Noon Recess. Activo Operation. training at the school tlMt stands in the very front rank. friend Goebei. county commission appoints all the 11:15, Primary Reading, Mrs. Mark Shadow ol the Carolina Hills." THE BRYANT & STKATl'ON BUSINESS COLLEGE, "Dlrtjou ever see a Chinese launelection officers of tho county. One-ha- Acton. The entire set Is to be given away LOUIS. 11,7.1:, Ki: Tl( uy, FATHER FOUND. with ten Sunday Worlds, and will be dry that wna closed U ? asked n may be the strongest and most 1:35, Supplementary Reading, Ida ent postpaid, Including ten Sunday SSSo ?.15. 'IN0 ) :Seven "KP'enoM teachers, each one a specialist In Brooklyn man the other day. AND partisans, while Berry. bitter SHOt ril hUliue Gruduite ol thii college preferred by Judge Tamil, the man who nomiWorld Magazines, Art Portfolio and J "Why, I don't know," wid the 2:00, writing: How, wnen teach f Comic Weeklies for 50 cents. Send 5c ness houses. Write lor a beautiful book giving tesnated William Goebei at the Louis- the opposite party might be given timonies from ridtialea occupjing prominent positions all over the or next week other Brooklyn man. ' I guess so cents officers," as the narrow-minde- S. M Taylor. ville convention, has made a public "weak-knee- d United States it will be mulled to )o- u- FRHK. 38 Don't wait later than next week I never noticed, in fact." 2:30, Recess. editor said, or they might not statement to tho effect that be will "Well. I'll hit you never did," said 2:45, School management, (a) How This is Is a most exceptional offer nnd uot say one word for Goebei, but will be given any. secure and bold attendance, Prof is only put forth to advtitlse the (treat the fust wan. "I never dlJ and 1 Sunday World. Address, Music Edi The election officers are subject to support the platform upon which Jenkins. t.r.The World, Pulitzer Building, New conld never find anybody else who) Goebei is now attempting to stand, be- the authority of the county board and did, nnd I have been making a study 3:00. (r.) The Teacher's preparation, York. cause ho says he is its father. God may bo removed at any time without C T Eidson. of Chinese laundries in my odd mo-- ! 9 ...hihi... 5 bltss the Judge, he is the first man to cause. The county board is subject to ments for the past several mouths. I 3:20, Arithmetic, How interest pu Economical Writing Machine. father this curse of men, and it is not the authority ot the State board ol pits in the M. Acton, nite two things about them: They 'linsawisti Hi H expected that he would forsake bis election commissioners and may be are always open, at any hour ot the 345, Adjournment dnifrortft) en sdcnl!l; prtnctplts tnd ct simttt pirlt, It It Iht mot! iSmtiU child in the most trying scenes of its removed, at any time, without any day or nlht, and at least one China- -' THURSDAY. matWiKBuJf. tkptlr Ullurc redact J to man Is always at work irnnirgclcthes life. Judge Tarvin has more courage cause whatever. The State board are 9:00, Devotional Exercise, Rev. P. thi minimum. II Htht DtslVilvt Writer. I drn't pretend to know anything, than any other man in Kentucky. He subject to no authority save the hosts S Mnjots. . waiaupu,. (v. a Roll call abont what Chinamen do in their na has confessed that tliia Louisville ctiW of Ilculet. At any time an election General discus77 Smith Premier Typewriter Company, h 9 25, Arithmetic tive land, but a'l near us I can Cme ia his, and that is more than any other officer may be removed by the county sion, led by S M. Taylor. ' 215 5th St. Loulsvillo, Ky out, they ntver sleep when they are 421 Walnut St., Cinclunntl. O. man has done. Some have claimed board and by the admission of the Primary Language, Mrs. M. Jo:oo, in America. that it was the roost beautiful desigu little editor, mentioned above, just Acton. ' You pass Hop Let's place, or Jthn 10:15 Recess. nature ever created, but none any kind of an old back, , Sing's, or Sum Lung's any old time ,10:30, Grammar, Prof. Jenkins. ! whopper-jawed- , inor otb ptssessed the cortrage to laco the ARK UUNNIKC) A Composition, C T. Eidson. andt.ee if be isn't pushing nn Iron telligence n) Kentucky with its fatb- - erwise, may be appointed instead. Civil Government, K, D. 11:25, urouud as chipper as if he had only ership until the Judge made, his debut. And, we repeat, they are not com If you are young you nat- M Newton. moruenr. oegun urally appear so. Tho Judge confesses that he is go- pelled to appoint officers trom the )i him. Iftne is at night,ueinre jou sav If you are old, why ap11:45 Noon Recess, it he Iihn got one dillerent political parties. Men can ing to his political grave, but enter1:15 To what extent should Liter M pear so?young inwardly; we l gas jet burning, with no fchade over Keep tains hopes for his only begotten of not bo compelled or forced to do any-- . ature be taught in the Common It, ai d ycu can get n glimpse of his a will look after the outperdition, but ere the father slumbers thing if there bo no power to which Schools, Georgia Walker, General wardly. ipaituients In the rear of the shop by You need not worry longer M in bis tomb of public execration, tins they are answerable. The member discussion, pas-- i looking through the door in the wood about those little streaks of 'I pocr child will have been laid to rest of both the State and county emmis- gray; advance agents ot age. 2:00, School management, continen piitition, which is always open. . M in the debris of tho Novtmber winds sidns aro not bound by any peualty ued, (c) How best secure the patron' " ' I uotlced the always open peculiir The following are the lamentations ol under the sun. Thero is no power to aid? Ida Berry. arity down in Oath Beach last sum NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES alter or change the conduct ot the the father: 2.30, Recess. GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE mer, because I had occasion to pass a n4 'I ' "I have c me borne to my political county commission or remove it, save 2:45, School management concluded laundiy there lrtqiently at all sorts r" ' ' M grave. I intend totptak fur the plat- the State commission, and, of course, Control of the School room, S M. Toy I late nouts It WdS always open would not so long as the county lor. form of the Louisville Convention be it and a Chinaman was always working ' 3:05, Ntture Study, C. T. Eidson cause I wrote it and it embodies the board did the will of the Stato board. Then I took to observing other laurt 3:45, Adjournment Honest countrymen, open your eyes principles of Democraty. I do uot dtles in other patti ot Brooklyn, and FRIDAY. I found that the same tule invaiisbly see how I can do otherwise. I will to reason and wage a war of extermi9'oo, Devotional exercise, Rev. against the vilest and most cor-- , I luve asked applied to all ol them uot mention the name of Goebei nor nation Drain. VHHHaHaiaHHHtW all my Irlends, and I never cotjld get of Brown, I will call no one a bolter. rupt law ever written upon the statute 9:25, History, General Discussion one ol them to state positively tint lie I will not defend the Louiiville Con- books of any country, and the lowest Introduced by M. Acton. had ever seen aCrrinnunu closed up. Current Events, S M Tayvention nor will I condemn it. The aud most corrupt horde of office seek 10:00, I d m't "Why thf3 r hnitld be-r- o lor. M nomination is a great calamity nnd I ers that ever cursed any country at , 10:31, Recess, pretend to know. Maybe 'Chinamen regret it, but it never would have auy time in any period of the world's io;45, Composition, Miss Dean, don't sleep when they nre In this I ''." happened if Hardin or Stone had tho civilization. 11:15, Geography, Georgia Walker country Majbeitts becniiheMhe wilt surely restore color to political senso of a chicken. But even gray hair: and It will also 11:45, Noon Recess. are doing a large bnslnebS with a tip it there was fraud at the Louisville "An Empty Sack Cannot stand give your hair all the wealth 1115. Physiology, Prof. JeukftYs. small plant, and consequently Veep ' Upright." ' and gloss of early life. Convention is that any rcasou Bryan 1:30, The Teacher's Sphere. S M machinery running day and nlht not allow the falling of Do the and free sllvar should be injured? Neither can poor, weak, thin blood Taylor. ll'IOiyUHUr your hair to threaten you Ma) be, too, it is hecAUS4 they are so longerwlth baldness. Do not 2;oo, Recess. "Goebei is not my style of man, I nourish and sustain the physical sjs aTM. stow that it takes them 24 hours to do be annoyed with dandruff. tem For ttrength nl nerves and 3115, Organization of the Teachers' urn not going to speak for him, but We will send you our book II lit what-va day's woik. it (l, I musclea there roust be pure, rich, vlg Association, on the Hair and Scalp, free for the Democratic plutfoim, AND IF orous blood. Ilood'a Sarsaparilla Is have niver sect) a ChJattnun inside a upon request. " J !4S. Adjournment. ' THE FEELINO AGaINRT GOE- the standard preparation for the blood laundry doing i) thing but one of fir ) Io Oim Bealor. M Acton, and Its many remarkable cures and d not obulu all tha bsas. liHnd-- i It rev BEL IS AS STRONG IN OTHER the fact two tilings wilting checks o'r Also rVJeSherry Whqat, Drills ata ro spasud Irtm lbs ass of Mrs. M. Acton, J Com that It does everjbjdy good --. ihs Vlyor, writs rns doctor about it. ling an iron And ft you ever li"d a I'ARJS OF KENTUCKY AS IT IS who take It, prove it is last what you Ibara Is The teachers of the county are re v' u.ujx, jvonior, Boavor Dam, Ky ' 11 with your.asusrsl somo dUDenltr Chinaman closed up let me kuw rilsra wbtca IN COVINGTON, HE WILL NOT need it you are weak unu languid. may quired by law to attend the' full sesabout ft quickly, for I khall want to tMxnl, 1)0. iio. ATBB. Tinw POLL 25,000 VOTES. . mm lawsil, Idu . Hood'a Pills do uot gripe. All sion of the Institute and are earnestly go nnd ste for in) self. Otherwlee I'll I , .ftffi, S9SSL ff fiaa 'riV will come (0 Ken- - druggists, ijc. "I believe Bryan never believe it " Diooklyn Gagle. requested to give the program dill- " -i-- u " tucky and speak fur Qocbel, but ii he docs,AItgeld will also come and speak against Qoebel. I received a number of letters atking mo to come homo and speak for Goebei, but for every one of that naturo I received two tetters a1 viaing mo not to come; but 1 did come, because of Bryan and the platform." qut-i.j-u-;wu- t ? DOES NOT INTEND TO STEAL n If GOEBEL THE ELECTION, WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? 3 III I II 1 III Slii II III III TRIMI1LE TO THOMPSON. Cityol t'rankfolt. THE FALL OPENING AT I TTTs'''g"aTrwajLoTJJP'nBal'aanriiT.ii n,m.ma 'm Hi I v s weak-knee- r 1 the most complete up-to-da- of 1 thrco-fourth- Dress Goods, Cioaks.raps, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Telescopes, Lace Curtains Carpets, Oil Cloths and RUGS; fact, a full line of all kinds of tccak-knet- 1 t X cu tmn sn cam tm wuwm SIIUII S0 WE WILL FIST TO HE LOW, Trimble-Thompso- 1 (t ill v 1 wiPii temta 1 iiiyLi Everybody invited to Call and Examine Our Stock. on't Forget the Dates high-hande- r-t mtTtttft iay, JfivFffi ftPIM. mi Remember the Place: .. How-dead- n.jmn.nil,nji.i..i1 . A Business jjdciealion V lt d I The Smith Premier Typewriter I JisasSa "f ' weak-knee- d, knock-kneed- Il-o- 01!Gl HENRY FIELD & SON TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nico New OMNIBUS will meet all sengor trains at Beavor Dam. Tilr-iii- Ayers Hair h h I Vlpr They also keep a first class Livery and Feed ;6tablo. Leave your order at Field's StabLe,cornor Market and Union Streets, Hartford. AU orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted their care will hfrvo especial - V H FKlpSOK.Props.' I3oof Blood altontion. ' "Sure Will the Harvest Be wrm ntH cr & Bono. Blood and Pbtas.L.or,. 'Bone, Armour's Raw Bono. Jr ,; " -- ... .... "" r fcta.v , .'IT, ,.fflyfr O 4. 44 A Littte Spark May Make Much 4 ir fol S3&B3BU T3X33 AXXi SaUiEIia. Work' go the pront With n House Chock lull of The little "sparks" of bad blood lurking h the system should be quenched with Hood's SatsaparUtt, America's great blood purifier. It purifies, vitalizes And enriches the blood'of 'both sexes And, ill ages. Cures scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh. tr- i . ISw On account of annual meeting ol the Louisville Driving nndl'alr Association the I. C R R. Co., will sell NEW DRESS GOODS. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. tickets to Louisville and return at Leading Novelties in Waileri rate of one fare for round trip. Tick Never in belter condition. Clifton J, Pratt's speech was the Diess Goods, lacludlug the new ets on sale Sept. 25, 26, 27, 28. and Yard wide Bieich. 5 plaids for SUIits.VenHlsn Cloth, Heavy yard wide Domestic 5c 29th. Rtturn limit Oct. 2d to 7th. greatest literary gem ever delivered In the Court Hall. He showed his train tllack, Wool and Silk Mlxtd Good Linen Gn Mi Crash. 58 S. B. VanMhteh., Agent. Ing both as a literary scholar and a Crepons, Droadcloths, HenrietHeaviest Bed Ticking, 15c The Union Grove Christian church, gentleman. He made no tas, Serges, etc. Get our prlcrs. money refunded if UlraUfcath near Tafly, Is under construction and abuse of the Democratic ticket, but CANT UIJ BUAT. BRIGHT. ers. will be completed in the near future showed plainly the mistakes which B3T and NBWUST in Wah 27 In. Check Ctton se. The constructors are John L. French, party, had Giodt, Including Ginghams, 50c. Table Linen, 6a inches Pleasant Ridge, and John Blair, Bn the Democratic party, as a made. He reviewed, to some extent, Percsls, UirIIsU Series for wide, 38c. ford. When this building is com. the State affairs under former DemoSkirts, Prints, etc. S4 In. Table Linen, 15c. pleted the christian people ol that in. White Table Linen 2jc neighborhood will have a splendid cratic misrule and compared figures 54 with the present administration. His Good Canton Flannels, jc. edifice in which to worship Ignoring the Democratic party very Table Oil Cloth, 15c. Latest Novelties In Ladles' Mr. and Mrs. J W. Martin, ol materially changed the opinion of Good Straw Ticking, 7c Neckwear. Cromwell, lost their little six week's many Democrats who heard him. Mr. Six Spools O N. T., 25c Ladles' 20c Ribbed Hose, toe. old baby last Saturday night. It was Pratt evidently knows that there is Novellieajln Ladies' Belts. bnried at the Green River burying nothing in abnsive speaking and that Caitstecl Belt Buckles, 25c. SHOE DEPARTMENT. grouuds Sunday. The many friends is more than we can say for Mr. Allen, Ribbons, all the Pall Shades, We are In a position to save of the iamily will be grieved to learn whose speech was mrde up of vile of their sad loss. Sympathy cannot abuses. No one can find any objeceverybody money this winter. ic to 7jc per yard. Latest novelties In Pompadour Ladies' Grain, button or lace. heal the wound occasioned by the loss tions to Pratt's speech, excepting Its Combs. Shoes $1 00 ethers want $1.25. of such a precious gem, but will soft- length. An hour und a half Is enough Newest out in Headings, Indies' Fine Button Shoes, $ en and make the burden lighter. time for any man to consume in ad(or trimming Glug-ham- s, better Shoe than some wjnt Judge T. J. Sparks, of Greenville, dressing an audience during hot etc $1 25 for. Ky., will address the voters oi Ohio weather. Mr. Pratt spoke abont two Ladies' Leather Pocket-books- , Hxtra custom made Ladles' county at the Court House In Hart- and a halpours. About two hundred Kine Shoes, lace or button.cloth ford, Monday, October 1st, 1 p. m. persons heard him, including a few 25c. Corset or plain top, $1 50, Martha Washington and Taylor Mines at night. Every ladies, who were desirous to hear the waist for children and ladies. Priesmeyers' celebrated line-n- one one who can spare the time should next Attorney General. Good Corsets, 35c. equal to them $2, $2 50 hear the Jndge. He is a forcible and Shot at BoavorDam. Pretty Handkerchiels, tc to and fi 00. attractive speaker in his manner of Complete line or Children's address and every one will be pleas, Soc. Last Snnday afternoon while the New fancy bordered Handker Shoes 25c to ft 50. ed to hear him. The ladles are espec christian people of Beaver Dam were chiefs, Men's Fine Shoes, $1 and tally Invited. enjoying the blested Sabbath, their Past nck 36 in. Parasols, 50c $125. boys and their neighbors' boys had The Ohio River Improvement Best High cut.seamless bick, Ladies' Sleeve Vest. 15c. will hold a convention In congregated about a place ol danger, Men's Good Rihbed Vest. 25c. new Brogan Shoes, $1 25. Louisville the i8tb and 19th of Octo- and as a result one ot the congregated ber. The orjct of their association received a maddened bullet in his is developing and and impjovlng the shoulder. It is our information that Clay agricultural, mineral and Industrial flagman on the I. C. R. R. at Interests oi the State. All who have exthe time to attend should do so Beaver Dam, and Andrew Render, Great good has toen accomplished by colored, of McIIenry, were drinking this association and Its work has and became involved in a quarrel. merely begun. Members of the Hart- Render, In order to evade trouble, ford Commercial Club are especially went away Irom Mnlhall, but was followed up by him and some vile epi Invited. thets were bestowed upon Render, Mr. Campbell Hardy, of the Evans whereupon he went for his gun and vllle Courier, left Hartford Wednes fired three shots at Mulball, one tak day for Uvansvllle, alter spending ing effect in E. P. Martin's shoulder, about ten weeks In the Green River Temple of Fashion, a boy of about fifteen, and another Country In the Interest ot his paper. passed through tbe pants pocket of Mr. Hardy Is a very pleasant gentleMulball and clipped a wart off of his man and we hope to have him with hand; the third shot went wide of Its us again in the near luture. He mark to unknown regions. seemed Very much pleased with the It is all a very sad affair, but the people of Hartford, but was evidently saddest feature oi the drama is, that MnUtcber Matthews and Mrs J W. disgusted with their swine, and by the innocent was the recipient of anTaylor weie pleasant callers at TUB the way, he Is about right. There other man's dose. Render was lodged SKPTBMBKR 15 FRIDAY. ItEruuucAN office yesterday. are about ten hogs to every white inr in jail here Monday evening by De Mr. Will Williams, ol Beaver Dam, habitant. puty Sheriff Martin. His examining See the new Neckwear at Carson & who has been sick with typhoid level Mr. R. P. Sorrels, of Cromwell, trial is set for tomorrow. Co's. lor somttime. was just alive yesterday happened to a very unfortunate acci This entire trouble is primarily dne New Capes and Jackets at Carson & The Fair Company have made ez dent last Thursday night When the to the blind tigers that inhabit Beaver Co'a. tctikivc preparations and this bids fair neighbors awoke his house was on Din, and tbe good people are, In a McGniTey'a spellers to cts at J. II. to be the best Fair ver held in the fire. Had it uot been for the alarm measure, responsible for the accident given by some one, Mr. Sorrels and which has jnst been narrated. If the Williams. county. good people of Hartford are not careJudge T.J Sparks and Mr. Newton bis wife would have burned, unawares. ful they will suffer a similar calamity. See Carson & Co. lor Pure Raw informed that their Belcher, of Greenville, were In Hart When they were Bone Meal. house was burning the roof had com'UIU: A COLD IN ONE DAT New Dress goods of all kinds at lord lait Saturday attending the Pratt menced tailing in, however they were Take Laxative J3romo Quinine Tabspeaking. Carson & Co'a. safely rescued. The property saved lets. All druggists refund money II The people are surely getting hun irom the flames was valued at $23 It falls to cure. New Prints, Ginghams and Ducks 25c. The genuine gry lor sewing machines. Gros The property was Insuared for 6oo, has L. B. Q. on each tablet. ti at Carson & Co's. Williams says be sold ten drop head which was less than the value ot the Miss Etta Thomas is visiting la Singers lait week. COLLEGE NOTES. house and inrnlture. Bowling Green this weeki Hartford College opened Monday, Why will people buy "Cheap Joha" Last Saturday evening J. B Rudett, See D. L. D. Sanderfur's "ad" on icwlug machines when they can get agent of the Illinois Central railroad, September 4th, with the largest aN 10 FertlHzero la another column. and a lumberman named Hardlson, tendance it has had for several years. the Singer for to cents a day? Rockport, was in becameenrsged over politics at Leltch-fiel- d There are a large number of boarding Gross William, Agent. Mr. Dan Glbbs, and Rudert shot and perhaps fa students already matriculated and Louisville the first of the week. Miss Flora Marguerite Bertelle and tally wounded Hardlson, Rudert's several more will be In at an early Mr. John T. Moore went to Louis- Miss Mary Green Lawrence, oi LouisIs cer- date. Quite a number of tbe most ville, will assist Miss Margaret Nail bond was fixed at $15,000. Jt ville Sunday returning Tuesday. tainly a serious case, but that is only Influential citizens of the town were lu a conceit to. be given in Hartford, thebeginnlngof a long list ol the to be present, as much as to say, the school B. P. Wooten, Beaver Dam, was in September 29th, 1899. court Monday. slain over this fall's election. Poll-ti- cs had their hearty co operation. attendance at Quarterly Every day this week tbe Hall has For Wagons, Buggies and general and whisky deal death and deWhen needing anything In the livHorseshoeing, etc., struction to life when in the hands ol been thronged with visitors who are Blacksmlthlng, line, patronize Field & Son. ery stable always welcome. call on McIIcnry Manufacturing and Ignoramuses and inebriates. Mr. John II. Thomas and little Machine Co. They will make you Later Mr. Hardlson, who was The reunion last Friday night was daughter, Isabelle, went to Louisville prices to suit the times. shot Saturday evening died Tuesday, not very largely attended owing to Tuesday, the prevalence of a cyclone,neverthe- We call special attention to the Hon. George A. Prentice will speak ltss the program was rendered and Remember the Ohio county Fair at the court house Friday, September forthcoming Celebration oi the enjoyed by those present. commences Sept. 28th. and continues the 32d, In the interest of the Demo at the Fair Ground, Hart-lor- highly The class in music under Miss Wol- days. three September 32, 1899, It is hoped cratic patty. Everybody are cordially cott Is progressing nicely. present. to have a good attendance ot the peo Mrs. Lucy Hubbard Is visiting Invited to be Miss Grace Roll organized a class There will be speakfriends In the country near iieaver Mrs. George Hurt, of near Horton, pie generally. in elocution and physical culture ing on thst day beginning at 3 p. m. Dam this week. died the 6th inst. with consumption Thursday morning. Miss Roll is an illness. She was Profs. J. W, Jenkins, H. A. Rouse, of artist ot rare talent and we rut assurGross Williams will sell you a good alter a lingering Bethel church graveyard. Evansvllle, Ind , Rev, P. S. Msjors, ed that nothing but success can folsecond hand sewing machine for $10. burled at the Majors sulject will Her funeral was preached by Rev. Hartford. Rev, low. See him at once. be "the Negro as a Voter." Rev. Romans. The Adelphlan Literary Society was Chas. II. Piles subject "Race Pride." Mr. J. B. Her, of Beda, wu a very Capt. N. T. Howard, our nest Sen Let everybody come. Admission 10c. reorganized last Friday evening with Republican plessaut caller at Tint the following officers for the ensuing ator irom the Seventh District, was Majors & Jenkins, Mang'rs. office Wednesday. trrm: W. C, Bell, President; J. D. In Hartford Saturday attending the We regret to learn ol the death of Stewatt, Vice President; C. L. Patton, Miss Belle Sowders and Mrs. George Pratt speaking and receiving compliPlummer, ol Beaver Dam, went to ments and congratulations on his sue Mr. R. II. Daniel, Olaton, which oc Secretary; P. E. Johnson, Sergeant-- at cur red the lath inst. He had reached Arms, and P. C. Miller, Janitor. Louisville Tuesday. cessful election "to be." the age of 56 when called ti answer The Adelphlan Llteray Society has alSchtocter'a Floating Studio is now Miss Margaret Nail wishes to ex. bis Msster. While he had not reached ways been an important featnre of at Calhoun, and will return to Harts press her sincere thanks to her old what Is termed old age, yet he had Hartford College, Many oi tbe high If ford, Dectftbcr the 1st. liberal suppott In gone far beyond the average lifetime patrons for their positions filled by former graduates ot past and say to her old pupils and He joined the Baptist church at the this institution are dne to the trainMr. and&rs. R. B. Martin stteuded the her music room will be age of 23 and was a faithful and con- ing received In this society, therefore the burial of his brother's child Sun- friends that open to students after Sept 15th, sistent member until tbe death angel all the young men are earnestly res day at Green River church. A Student. The Louisville Driving and Fair made bis call. He was a kind and quested to attend, Misses Rachel Sanderfur and Kdna Association convenes September the obliging neighbor, and a man respect Ah usually treated a sprain will dls Griffin were pleasant callers at the 35th and continues five days. From ed by all. He leaves ft wife and eight able tbe Injured person for three or RsruoMCAN office Monday. the announcements we have received, children to mourn his death together four weeks.but it Chamberlain's Pain Hon. K. B. Settle and Col. Wm. P. the company propose giving the peo with a host of friends, Tint RrtrDB- - Halm is Ireely applied a complete cure a very few days. Thome, Goebel Democrats, will speak pie a rare treat In the spotting line LICAN extends sympathy to tbe be- may be effected iri cures rheumatism, Pain Balm also In Hartford September 33d. reaved family in their hour of trial. cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by Mr, GeorpeGrafT machine had Just m Mr. D L. D. Sanderfur, of Beaver begun threshing Mr. Kirt Bean's Last Monday Till! Rbpubmcan Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. waa a pleasant caller at T118 wheat crop near Olaton a few days printed the weddlqg cards announcing Dam, Don't Tokuc tlt 4 SauM Tr tlA Am. Rkpudlican office Tuesday. To quit tAUcco eullr and tortur, U ma ago, when a spark irom the engine tbe marriage oi Mr. Leland I) Smith, netlo. full ot lire, oerrt wl Tljor, Uk MessrsTn. T. Miller, M. L. Heav set the straw on fire and the entire ol Louisville, to Miss Mabel C Reld, thtl nakea weak nwa tht w All drotfliU.Maorll. OuijurD-tee- d tin and Fon Rogers were In Frankfort crop together with the separator went daughter ot Mr, and Mrs. M. J, Rtld, (roof. Booklet and atrnpl free. Addrtia Miss Kdna Griffin Is to RUrllnf !Und Co., caltsio or Naw York. of Rockpott. up in flames. last week on legal business. high-tone- few JTall oods be maid ol honor and Mr. Ruby best man. Misses Annie Fogle,Rena Reld, Eva Hints, and Messrs Henry Nail, George Dovey and John May will be the attendants. Mr Smith Is an employe of the Illinois Central railroad and lives in Louisville. Miss Reld is a prominent belle of Rockport and will make1 the man of her choice a congenial partner through life. The nuptial ceremonies will be held In the Presbyterian church, Rockport, Wednesday, September 27th It Is pre-- , sumed that this yonng couple will take up their abode in Louisville where Mr. Smith has been living for sometime ' Tint Republican extends congratulations and best wishes for their future happiness. CENTERTOWN, KY. News very scarce owing to the tact that our people are busy. Farmers cutting and housing tobacco; cutting orn and preparing wheat Saved Slffy -- . Life WH READY FOR YOU! ! ground. Quite an Interesting singing school and a good Sunday school are in prog ress at Walton's Creek church Little Geneva, daughter of Mr Frauk Ross, has been very sick, but Is thought to be some better. Mrs. O B. Boskett went to begin school at Clear run last Monday. Miss Fannir Render, of Hartford, began school here the 4th inst with a large number of students on hand, H. H Davis has a very Interesting school at Central Grover and so far as wc know all tbe above schools are do ing good work. Mra. P II. Ross, Alvln Rowe and wile, came home from the East this week where they had been been to purchase their fall stock oi goods Mrs. Jesse Shacklett, of Williams Mines, is visiting her brother, Jake Warden, and her niece, L. R. Goodall, of this place. Mr Robert Rowe and family have left us and moved to the Charlie Tay lor farm near Hamilton. We have heard som of the Republican boys express themselves, concerning the Pratt speaking since Saturday, and we arc Inclined to believe that his speech was oneot the most logical, historical, indisputable and not to be proven false speeches ever delivered in Kentucky. We at present cannot see why such men as Pratt, Howard and Jaroagin will have that Salt river excursion to take. Get otgaalzed, Republicans, in all the ways and places possible, and do not take your hands nfl of the throttle until the enemy is completely subdued. Hurrah boys. Rex. Our Fall and Winter Stock is most complete. Tbe class of goods wo show aro such as bear tlio imprint of best makers the styles will merit your hearty approval, for llicy represent the newest, and our careful prices can not but Induce you tn purchase freely. In making your Fall and Winter purchases, it will pay you to make our store your trading place. We Pledge You Best Values. 1 Winning September Styles. It's pricing them to you at their actual worth nomical buying. They represent lead best weaves best coloring to 5c. Duck and Chiviot 8uiting, 10c. Factory Cotton, Jc to Cc. ol 10c. Flannel, 13c. Ali-wo- that is why they afford you such excellent opportunities for eco- Mr. P. W. Hebebrand, Pres. Ohio Pipe Covering Co., Cleveland, Ohio, says: "I am satisfied Dr. Miles' Nervine saved my life. 1 was a nervous wreck and unable to attend to my business. Doctors failed to benefit me and I decided to try Dr. Miles' Nervine. It gave me prompt relief and finally effected a complete cure. I am in good health now and have gained several pounds in flesh." the ideas that are In the best values. Prints, 4o 10c. Ginghams, 5o to Canton Flannel, 60 to Good Furnishing Valued You'll hardly wish to look elsewhere, for the winsome styles and tbe low prices will afTird jeu tho utmost satis faction. There's always an assurance that you'ro buying the newest styles and most dependable qualities, when you buy fun.'shings here. Dr. muos' Nervine Hist bottle benehta or money back. Book on heart and nerves tent free. it told by all drurguti on cuarantee, Or. Milts Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. Rosolutlona of Rospoct. At a call meeting ol Preston Morton Post Nu. 4, G. A. R. at court hall in Hartford, suitable resolutions were adopted on the death of our dear com Tade, John I. Felix, who departed this life on Thursday, September 5th, 1899, at his home farm, four miles cast ol Hartford. He was born in 1S42 in Hopkins couuty, Ky., and was 57 years old at the time ot hit death. His request to be laid away by his old comrades was fulfilled and a large congregation surrounded his last resting place. It was Resolved, Whereas, God in his Infinite wisdom has removed from our midst by the hand of death, our dear comrade, who was an honorable member In good standing and a chris tian with a helping hand in our Post, and a true soldier. He served his country in our late war, In Company F,i7th Ky Inhntry for tbreeyears and three months, so we honor his ashes Resolved, That we will endeavor to Imitate his character and we hereby tender our sympathy to his bereaved widow, children and relatives who stood by him for years in his sickness and sufferings. Resolved, That this Post attend in a body and Rev. Joe A. Bennett, Chaplain of our order, perform the last rites over his body at Milton Taylor's graveyard. Resolved, That these resolutions be printed in Tim Hartford Rr.runu- can and Herald, and a copy of each sent to the bereaved widow and family. SE PTEMBER BARGAINS. Wo begin tho September selling with handsomo stocks line- - We feel that the low prices we are enabled to offer for the right qualities will bring your trade our way. in ever " 'Tls worth a bag of gold." This applies with special force to Hood's Sarsaparilla, America's Greatest Medicine. Ohio County Fair. You can't afford to miss the Fair. Come,, bring your family and Iritnds. A Stylish Overcoat That Hts you perfectly of the materials that are fore- - Our lino of New Fall Suits, Ladies' and Misses Capes and Jackets, Millinery,etc., cannot be celled in quality or matched in price. Visit us now. Remember the place: Mul-hal- SELECT, KY. Mr.. W. M. Miller is able to tx gin his school at Oak Grove again. Mr. S. M. James and wife, were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Sarah of every good dre'ser. We make them up in just the stylo you prefer wo follow closely fashion's lines, ami give you stylish results. 1W0 would suggest that while our line of overcoatings from the tailoring house of Edward Rose & Co., Chicago, is now complete, that you make your selection. Every style hero that is right, and lowest prices, and tho kind of tailoring you'll moBt, is the wish h naturally prefer. JarM Smith, Sunday. Mr. E. E. Rogers and wife were in town one day last week. The protracted meeting is now in progress at Green River church. Mr. J, B. Smith who has been on tbe sick list for sometime is able to be .. m CARSON HARTFORD, ' t$ CO., out again. Farmers are about done cutting some are preparing) to sow wheat. Mr, Granger Arbuckle has made arrangements tomo7e to the Render Mines to open a barber shop. Dr., Langford and wife visited Mr. O'Bannion, Prentis, Sunday. Success to the grand old Republi- KY. pear & o., frop T5. irSK&s&T&JSfSxr. yy.' " ' " JJtwa.02a.ey JSLetcLo. ' Hartford Republican. I :; mm Raw can. - XX. X U .' B II E--X it VA Y. That is the way all druggists sell Commercial Hotel. Grove's Tasteless Chili. Tonic for Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simpFarmers, business men and all vis ly iron and quinine In a. tasteless itors should stop at the Commercial prefer form. Children love it. Adults exIt to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, Hotel. Cool, tidy rooms and an John C. Ciiamderuk, Joe A. Bennett, Louis Guenther, Com. J Sold by D. L. D. I Soluble aert. Bone uile Corn How? mmim, $1 Sanderfur, Beaver Dam. Wheat Grower $1.10 per hundred. and Wheat Grower per hundred Bono Meal $1,40 per hundred. and Potash $1.05 per hundred. i f. 50c. A -. - tf Mllllonalro Doad. multi-millionai- cellent table. Rates $1 00 per day, W. B. DeHaven, Prop'r. m lSSSSSS!3?5 SAVE MONEY! You can save 10 to 15 Qtntltm$tt.tI u$td Corn atii What Orowr hit yar. It matt mt 20 --J5 butkitt rourt, John P, Fottir, Hartfora, Ohio County, Ky. pr A Fish Story, Mr. J. T. Wedding, of Adaburg, is responsible for the following story and declares that he can varily' It if It should be questioned. Sometime ago Mr. Wm Combs caught four little infant squirrels out in the forest, took them home and determined to rear them. So he was curious to know what plan to fall upon so that they would not afford him too great trouble In his undertaking Whether by luck or by the decree of fate, he had a cat with young kittens all of which had died save one and he concluded to en trust the little infants to the care of the unfortunate mother cat, and now the four squirrels and remaining kit tens are all thriving and doing welt. There is no partiality shown whatever by tbe adopted mother and the family seems to be of the most congenial nature. It is quite possible that they will be like the Mississippi family ol chickens: Squirrels with cat's legs for props. d, Vanderbllt, the died the 12th. Inst, from a paralytic stroke. Another of Ameri ca's richest men summoned to appear before the Great Tribunal. The following are most of the responsible positions which he held at the time of his death: President of the Canada Southern railway, Vice President and director of the Beach Creek railroad, President of the Detroit and Bay City railroad, director ot the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis railroad, director ol ihe Detroit 2c Chicago railroad, director, of the Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley & Pittsburg railroad, director pf the Hudson River Bridge Company, President of the Jollet & Northern Indiana railroad, President of the Learn ingtou & St. Clair railroad, President of tbe New York & Harlem railroad. President of the Ningara Bridge Com pany, President oi the Spuyton Morris railroad, director of the Wugner Palace Car Company, director of the West Shore railroad, dl rector, of the West Shore & Ontario Terminal Company director of the New York Central & Hudson River railroad. Cornelius Dny-vll,P- per cent, by buying your Lumber, Bash, doors, phingloa and building material at tho Cornor ot Inglo and 7th Bts. I have one of the best assortments of Choice Lumber in tbe State, and can malcelit an object to you to obtain price for your lumber. I sell i strictly for Cash, which means that you will not have to help pay any bad bills when you buy here. Come ES'v-a.3srsxrxiJaiaE- Prices. THEO.E.RUCTIN, ti3La. .A-sls. Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, S, CIIKNtll NEVKNTII AND I.NULfe NTKEtTN. - - iixrix 'M) i SCOTTS lis 2 WE WANT TO CALL YOUR 2 v - ATTENTION af(b . River Nows. I EMULSION Hartford, Ky.,Sept. 13, 1899. Tbe steamer Scioto leltthe Hartford a food medicine for (he wharf Wednesday with three car load w hahv (hat is thin and not of staves from Keller's Stave and X well nourished and for the- S Heading Mill, 45.000 staves make V mother whose milk doesv one car load, therefore three cars V nsit nmir?l-- i 4h hahv. ft would be one hundred and thirty five It Is equally good for the r thousand (135,000) staves. He also r boy or tfirl who is thin and has on hand a large lot ol lumber, but stage ot water 1 pale and not well nourished on accou it ot the low by their tbodi also for the tbe Boat Company did not want to risk more at this time. But as tbe i anaemic or consumptive dam will In a short time be raised 13 if adult that Is losing flesh r and strength. inched higher, and as we hope, ob. In fact, for all conditions structlona moved from the channel, those troubles will be obviated. it is the food i of wasting, r medicine that will nourish Aside rrom tbe freight there were several passengers aboard for and build up the body and 1 ' Evans-ville'ap- To the fact that we have now on hand a large and well selected stock of ladies', Men's As wo do Aisses Shoes, Aen's, Boys' and Chil. dren's Qlofhing. not wish to carry any of theso Goods over, in fact we aro rather overstocked, wo will for tho ' NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the ahovo mentioned lines. Wo mean business and if you are in need of these goods it will pay you to comb4 'and oxamino our stook before buying elsewhere. Our stock is now and in ovory respect. up-to-dat- other points. 1 The Scioto has more than It can do. Another boat Is needed to accommodate tbe trade. We hope the Boat Company will soon put In another one. Hartford s booming. Jav Hl'F Sk. i ' I give new life and energy when all other means fall. ' Should ba taken In summer as ' well at winter, r , o a)t))tof))j SCOTT , yt, nJ li 00, alt ilni(bu. BOWNE, ChciiUu, Ntw York. S. Levy & Co., Beda- Ky. - rvjsifr ",r v WIP"WWH1!1P iprapiPPP'i "l,WI mm iiiijgvpiimpppppnppi mmmfmmmmmfmm the county election board consisting tcry subterfuge labelled "cheaper' SCHOOL BOOK PRICES Inable of two Republicans and two DemoTo Ihcso bo added nuwever tnit may De, A TRIBUTE TO VALOR enlisted menmutt the regular about 4.000 It not true that tho Music hnll mm army, who of crats of standing In their parties, PKIf)Y sKITIJ.IiiIiK. is discovery wr peace to their discharge under mtUIed uc's fastening that he had been duped chosen by their respective party com Into on his peonle an Infam. the proclamation of April 11, mittees. Some Figures Worthy of Care- buvs aC0S.terantt.c,0.ad 1899; the portion of whom McKinley Welcomes participated greater engagements of tc,?Lfl In the LAWS NOT THE SAME Could anything bo fairer? the ful Perusal. whose agents. Mr. Wheeler Informs Returning Volunteers. corps, and am still performing In Kentucky a solidly Democratic Klchth one, go up and down the state seeking arduous duties In the field stat) board may appoint solidly Demto corrupt the young by making bribeNor must the navy be forgotten. SIxty-flvOhio and Kentucky Election ocratic county boards, without any A VIQOROUS REPLY TO M'CIIESNEV. takers of their teachers and school PAYS II0MAC1E TO THE QALLANT devoted sailors participated LADS provision (or even minority represenofficers, was coincident with uio IncepIn the engagement of May 1 In Ma Bills Aptly Compared. tion of his candidacy? bay, whose terms of service had say nothing of equal repre tation, to nllla Fut If one Is to take tho gentleman previously expired, continuing on duty Preposterous Claims of the Goebel sentation, for the Republicans. seriously In this matter, may one not He Will Itrrommcnd Medals For the quite a year after that action. Candidate For Superintendent or ask what opened Ms eyes to Could anything be more unfair? For these men of the army and navy the enormOOEBEL'S CONTENTION PUNCTURED. Soldiers ituil Sudors, hikI to the " 11 v Public Instruction Place Hint In it ity of the Injustice perpetrated on the ktIU, .Cv ' The Ohio election law provides that we havo only honor and gratitude. " Ring oat the old Ring In the new "Amities" He Ultrs h Mmi &A fF2" p5j,. ; Kldleulout Position Light Thrown children under his supervision by his county board of supervisors, comthe of the Army. Rlcgout the false Ring in the true" Drmonstrutlon of Popular adoption, which was made under a Upon Ills Publlo Itecord. posed equally of Republicans and Falrnet of the Ohio Iavr Standi Out Tho world will never know tho reRrgnnl nt rituburg. Democratic law, and which gives a We bring to you the new and true from tho In Marked Contrast With the Infa- Democrats, shall appoint two Judges straint of our soldiers their (Louisville Commercial, Aug. S.) complete monopoly of the school book plney forests of Norway g The under the most exasperating conof tho Tenth mous Measure Saddled Upon This and one clerk from each party, thus l, The In Its Issue of trade of Livingston county to the very company he and his associates now Pennsylvania volunteers waa the oc- ditions. For weeks subjected to the State Salient Feature of the Two assuring an equal division of power Aug. 2G, says, under flaming Insults and duplicity of tho Insurgent headlines, essay to execrate? Is ono to charge and responsibility. As the Democratic Documents. casion of an extraordinary-demonstratioleaders, they preserved the status quo, change of that the nominee of the Music hall this oppression front, this walling over nn no' ""'T toe coenl of the dear masses, a of popular regard by the peoplo remembering that they were under saSenator Oocbel and some of hla order from their governmeut to Pme-Tar-Hon- ey or aisrepuiaDie convention for superintendent of pub condition made possible. It It exists apologists are said to occasionally de- - men " appointment, officers, and The credly observe the terms of the prooutside of the Imaelnatlnn of thn vein of Pittsburg Monday, Aug. 23. nepubllcan lic Instruction has made a thorough t hunter, by tocol In letter and spirit, and avoid all a law for which his own wholo community turned out to do conflict, except the Oocbel force bill by asserting publican supervisors will not agree to In defense, ponding the study of the school book Question and party is responsible to the fact, that Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by negotiations or mo treaty or that It Is substantially the same aa the ward heelers as Democratic officers, ,, .... .u .... un.on .uU school books, - at retail, cost thnj rhll. homage to the boys who acquitted They were not the aggressors. peace. , j. . science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive uuu. .1... u y-drcn of hs Ohio election law. If this were true the result Is that each party acts as a themselves so nobly In a severe Philip- did not begin hostilities against They Curo for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces the check upon the other, and respectablo ever been able to secure cheaper text-- less than 20 cents for each of the 3,800 Insurgents pending tho ratification of pine campaign. It would not Justify the infamous meaof the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. cnimrcn in citizens are chosen to conduct elec- books without first fixing a maximum , pupnMr, McChcsneyhis census report? the treaty of peace In tho senate, great was of the opinion If The sore, v, eiry coukIi-- orn Lungs are exhilaAmong the guests from abroad wcro as was sure fastened upon the people of Ken- tions. their provocation, because their price, Just as tho Chlnn school book three years ago that "cheapness" was rated ; the mucus Is cut out the tucky, but nothing could bo farther President and Mrs. McKinley and the orders from Washington forbado IL I Can aa much bo said of the Ken0 ac "'" ""' lu'D. " cause of that (kitting Is removed, and the Inflamed hill " nnd (hat hn .111 render the count In selecting school K?n books, whv members of the presidential party. take all the responsibility for that difrom the truth than this plea In miti- tucky election system? membranes are healed and soothed so that there only executed the orders rection. Otis In Kentucky a Democratic county speaners of the Ooebel ticket yeoman did he not. In Justice to his people. Exercises of an Impressive Is no inclination to cough. gation. In order that the people of and Joyous of his government, and the soldiers, oucncr, first, Deconu, service In furnishing them Informa- Third. uuuci b and Fifth Readers, great provocation to strike back, election board appoints ono DemoFourth 12, nature were held at a public park, Into under at Kentucky may understand how false SOLD DY ALw GOOD DRUGGISTS obeyed. Until the treaty was ratified cratic Judge, usually an Intense par- tion to convince the people of the state 12, 23, 13. 45 and 67 cents, reset. we Dottles Only. 26o., SOa. and $1.00 SIxib la this claim, and how wicked a thing tisan, who Kill stop at nothing, sethilr city,had no authority beyond Manilla people to which the two cities poured bay and harbor. We then had no that It Is to that measure that they , lively. Instead of forcing his from the population. buy books of like grades BE SURE YOU GET Goebellsm Is, the Leader will contrast lected by the Democratic machine; The feature of the occa- other title to defend, no authority beI AM DO VCAR9 OLO, ""I must look for relief from the book "American Dook Trust" at 17.. 17, 'SO. yinr or niumjr iui u nr, lMit Hurt col sion, however, was tho superb address yond that to maintain. Spain was still the fundamental features of the Ohio and one Republican Judge, named by 42. CO and 72 cents, respectively? llonr UeivMQuVkarHllcrnjatwnln'tlff in Dr. Ball's In possession of the trust. to trip Mwll Mimas'1 and mlria. HmKfcra It Is equally difficult to understand, of the president of the United States. archipelago. Spain remainder of tho and Kentucky election laws now on the this same machine, and often a man had sued for peace. mt Ittnm ltn0( -t- ire. it. A. Mrtotlfe, whose business or personal InclinaIn recpect to this, a Republican edu- from his standpoint, why he selected treaty were not con- President McKinley was greeted with The truco and statute books. Orammar from the tions, will not permit him to act, or cator, who has given the matter much Holbrook's PorSalobyZ WAYNE GRIFFIN & DRO. "trust's" list at 65 cents, when various applause when he arose to speak. Ho eluded. first blow was struck by the In- I Senator Dlackburn conceded tbe par- who Is physically or morally unfit for The others were offered ranging In price thought, says: surgents Our kindness was reciprotisanship of the Ooebel bill In his such a responsibility. In the appointas low aa 50 cents. Why did he adopt said: Judging from cated with cruelty, our mercy with a Mt Sterling a certain geography at $1.20, when the speech when he offered to wager ment of clerks and Judges there Is the speech, Mr. Ooebel his sadly In need Governor Stone and my Mauser. - The flag of truro was InIs of same publishers offered another at I am glad to participate with voked only to be dishonored. Our solof eternal salvation same pretense of a political division, some one who has given this subject $1.08, other companies listing numbers hla "chances but these places are manipulated In a "thorough study" tho families, friends and diers were shot down when ministering him some- of against a copper penny" that If the Re- such a way that on registration days what on the annual to coach the state's givetheirs much lower? Why did ho of tho Tenth Pennsylvania vol- to the wounded Filipinos. Our humancost of this "trust" $1 for Wnddy's Comity wan Interpreted as weakness, our publicans came Into power they would the Republicans ore lucky to have Mr. McChesner nur at position and Rhetoric, when unteers In this glad reunion. books once bring They asYou have earned the plaudits, not forbearance as cowardice never repeal It. even a single official representative, to his profoundhis skill as a coacher and with the same name could be had from knowledge of this subject other companies at 10 to 60 per cent alone of the people of Pennsylvania, sailed our sovereignty and there will each precinct to play In on effort to persuade the less? This is characteristic of Mr. DlackWhy did he fasten Steele's but of the whole nation. Your return be no useless parley no pause until tho Insurrection Is suppressed and distinguished head of his ticket that Physiology, a book published by tho Is this plcturo overdrawn? burn, but tho Leader begs to assure has been the signal for a great demonacknowledged and merlcan the latter In Ohio heavy penalties arc Imposed lessly In uses his figures too reck- same company, on bis people at $1 stration of popular regard. From your 'stahllthrd authoritymisguided party In Kenhim that the Republican The stating the followers jfKljfe?tnv..fiTi.iNj he on that subfor violations of the law by the county to save tho children amountstate expects per copy, when n rebellion have only our cbsrlty and by the ject can be had as low as 45 cents each landing at the Golden Oate In the Paof the tucky Is not as Insincere as ho would election supervisors. g Inauguration of the Chlnn system. hare you jlty. As to the cruel Iraders who havo from other companies? Why did he cific to your erdlcesly sacrificed the lives of thouhave bis followers believe, and will True, a small percentage of . Ken- make like selections, In Kentucky there are no penalties find a warmth of welcome andvkreet-In- g tucky's voters, even In this day of price, on writing, civil regardless of rf thFlr prple at the cost of sever stop until the Oocbel force bill for the most flagrant offenses. of Joyous hearts, which tell better sands or our government owe schools and newspapers, leave rcrt uiood, for the gratl- - I is wiped from the statute books and than words the estimate of your counIn Ohio power and responsibility are to do their thinking, and readily others and other branches, from the Americation or tncir own ambitious drink can Dook company, If not on the Idea trymen, and their high appreciation of n decent election law la enacted. equally divided between the chosen In the assertions of the most blatant I will Irive to others the mat me amerence in quality Justified the services you have rendered the tasK of Justification and demagogue. If hla statements And when that good day comes Kens, representatives of the two leading accord the extra cost? country. You made securo and perwith their preconceived Idea of things tucky can do no better than take as a assuring absolute Under these circumstances, should err- - of th" noble mn, regu- and are not altogether too prepostermanent the victory of Dewey. You "rrvd vo'urtctrs so dlers It be a model of fairness and Impartiality the s a: ous. Dut Mr. McChesney will tell Mr. that the matter of surprise or wonder added new glory to American arms. ard fa- new Ohio election system, which Is the In Kentucky a centralized Demor ho tliuj slgni!!y s'tved tr-Ooebel that the most Ignorant of these citizenship of tho state and Intelligent You and your brave comrades enu trv 'n Its cttrcrrlty d'terves the product of the best minds of the cratic Junta has absolute power, with can not be led to believe that the Chlnn picion and contempt onlooks with sus- gaged on other fields have enlarged Joint such bold ex- the map of hi rffgnl'lon cf rongrr-card It the United States and exRepublican and Democratic parties In no responsibility except to the ma- bill enacted Into a law would save the aggerations and pompous announce' lie in ti unfeigned p'ecars people of the state $700,000 annually, ments? if these Inconsistencies, not tended the Jurisdiction of American chine that called It Into existence. that state. i i i i'd for eich of them a pe-and that such glaring exaggerations to say absurdities, can be overcome 'by liberty. There are a score of minor features tend to discredit his every assertion. . Jr.. tf honor. In the State nt Lurge. Dut while we share In the Joy that billingsgate of Wheel ' The Ohio law provides that the secre- In which tho fairness of the Ohio law even with the Ignorant, and to bring the in their attempt atothousandthe com- Is yours, there remain with us softers coerce him Into contempt with the Intelligent. monwealth's largo army of conscien- ened and hallowed memories of those BLACK BURNET VOW. tary of state, who Is elected by tho peo- stands out In contrast with the unwho went forth with you, not found In If faithful to his pupil, Mr. McChesand ple every two years, shall be state sup- fairness of the Kentucky law. ney, in sharing his profound knowl- tious teachers while school officers Into your ranks today. Your noble colonel, Lift's Mission to Avenga th Slayer acqulescenco they foist edge of this subject with Mr. Ooebel, measure on tho schools, much less this devoted to bis men, beloved by his ervisor of elections, wjose duties and Tho People Aroused. of Colonel Sanford. Into authority are clearly defined, and who In Ohio the voters may bo mis- will Insist that tho saving under the giving active support to It the cour- command and respected by his suThe appearance of Hon, Joseph C. Chlnn plan aa compared with the pres- age and Intelligence of Kentucky's perior officers, gave his life to his has no voice In the settlement of elec- guided in their political beliefs, but ent Dlacklurn as surety for the moral and country, with many method of supplying bis tion contests, which must be decided their will Is registered at the polls with not exceed 25 per cent, on books could educators must be greatly misjudged." rades. The nation others of withcom- political worthiness of Wllllsm Ooesorrows an average, the by the courts. of the latter price, and that the yearly absolute Justice. bereaved. Tbeit heroes died for their bel Is not the least extraordinary circountry, and there Is no noblor death. cumstance of the Kentucxy campaign. The Kentucky law provides that the A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania, In Kentucky the voters may rise In outlay for school books must, therefore, reach $2,800,000 la order to meet Our troops represented tho courage general assembly shall elect a state open revolt against monumental polit Mr. Olackburn Is a candidate for hla startling figures. Democratic oraand conscience, the purposo and pahad a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very board of election commissioners, con- ical crimes, but they are confronted tors may be permitted to double, of Whether In United State Biliousness, triotismPortotheir country. Philippines, ent Interest Ileasenator, and his pressisting of three members, who serve by the Goebel election managers with not to make their estimates 18 to but Cuba, Rico or the exactly parallel with 20 obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons or at home awaiting orders, they did Ooebel's. Yet, notwithstanding this, four years, who may all belong to any the brazen Inquiry: "What are you limes too great. full duty, and all sought the post However, one Is neither interested their party, who are today all Democrats, going to do about It?" usually folRipans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses it Is difficult to Imagine Mr. Dlackburn In the thoroughness of Mr. McChes-ney- 's iney Dizziness, or greatest pern, corps never faltered.- i tklnB the stump In behalf of a man who have absolute power to decide con- lowed with the observaknowledge of this subject, nor The Eighth army In the Philipthem occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending tested elections, and from whose decispines have made a proud and excep whom be denounced as a murderer not tion: "You may have the votes, but In his ability to coach; but. In view Indicate that your liver ion thero Is no appeal. of the facts, as one finds them, one tlonal record. Privileged to be mui five years ago, and threatened with a we do the counting." is out of order. Tho Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in deems it pertinent to Inquire whether tered out In April, when the ratifica- vengeance which It should bo bis life's Doss Tweed was once Impudent belt medicine to rouso In tho Counties. he has but recently become an expert tions of the treaty of peace were exthe liter and cure alt mission to ensue. In Ohio the secretary of state ap- enough to ask: "What are you going along this line. He was evidently not the house for future use. Am forty years old. changed, they did not claim the privthese Ills, is found In On Sunday, April 14, 1895, Hon. Joilege they declined It. They volunpoints four election supervisors for to do about It?" but he was not able posted as to tho prices of tarily remained In the service and de- seph C Olackburn stood beside tho each county, two of whom must be to stand before the wrath of an out- on Aug. 8, 1896, when, as county super1 bw it7lprkr1 vonuial1 w fp am! sl mraw norT"rm clared their purpose to stay until their cofUn of Colonel John L. Sanford at of Livingston nil c ( ! from the party casting the largest vote raged people when once aroused, and intendent last adoption of county, he flEa rjfaVaMit MNAAa places could be filled by new levies, made his books for OnarAiVT. ft. 11IIIOU 'imiuNPi ta proc Covington and registered this remark-ali- o for flea at the preceding state election, and two ended his career In a felon's cell. I.im use In his gchools for a term of five mvuw pmiiw im and longer If the government needed 25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers. 4luUn,.UWt,uH years; or he has since been converted vow: from tho party casting the next largest them. Their service and they underto the Idea that "cheapness" Is the stood It waa not to be In camp or vote. In each county the party com "John Eanford was to me like a A WONDERFUL CURE II T THIS 19 garrison, free from danger, but on the brother. I loved him. I hopa Ood may chief or only element worthy of conmittees select the county supervisors IX OlTail sideration In the selection of Ot'lllArtllllOKA. battle line, where exposure and dtath spare mo fca.tfrllfi iHh and I shall make It my Ufa's iuu too HtutrrtiiMf for their respective parties, the secreo. it. i miut cr ruricsiTr f44 iKmII co confronted them, and where both have mission to avenga by burying his slay- OIUKCT TO koUIIXATlUX, frtlfbl ua rMsWIIM M.' tary of state being required to appoint A PHOHINOTVIIKJI.VI t KltlTlllt aitCliesiiey's Official List. rsnrtrrLV sirurirroMr, Ys icily an mtrnujfiu, ion' , tomumh exacted their victims. iuTnrrnLATtj.oouiii.oo..4THCaANCISTIbClrt-JUatAWthe four men nominated by the two Unit AIiiiiki Ml vrn Hp.lnii Wnlriiuln Ihey did not stack arms. They did er In tho depths of merited public ex- r.r iwirriM ttoi OUR SPECIAL KICIUUS 3 .r Oi The followltg Is a copy of the offcounty committees. The county super- buck In prrim IliMlin by I linilnr. icial adoption made by Mr. McChesney not run away. They were not serving ecration," i 4 frflglit cttrtrtt, lasUati NKDt wuh enlur the Insurgents In the Philippines, or Tho slayer of Colonel Sar.'ord was "tr,nM- - THIS TAP nilfifiY otl matt ul n im ..i visors servo for two years each, and InlnN tolle a'lmlrrn mill lllHrrlira in 1896, and every book Is published un r ihtori I ciiMai lleiiieily. their sympathizers at home. They William Go:beI of Covington. the secretary of state has no power to ktra p'ttttt I tMMii jut. UQtOOt CiJlO For I3y3 fW', Flvo by the American Dook company: It I. AD HIS KIIITOIIIAI. at had no part or patience with the men, years ago BonfJ xi. er, liontlOUoPft- -oucr t in remove them. the lawyer nnd tho veteran it sit frotnthti tUttt, liulld. k4 lUrUgi, u Ulustrmtr 1.r few in number happily, who would Official adoption of text books, LivFrom the TiniM, Hillsville.Va. In Kentucky the state election comConfederate soldier bad a bitter quar- llljfh (lrmd fH.rre Him Urut'j i'atcnl. Tf,ratal! uwe hall ingston county, Ky. Smlthland, Ky have rejoiced to have seen tbem lay hultMrli..fijr Uupd fnllti lo r i tlwwk ftirUtn. tl I suffered with illnnlioei lor n loni; Aug. 8, 1896. to snr luJf mt bttrtUr ini.holtlrrtu. liMDObuvirrftu kfeatl folkitvrkLraa r tikvr.en en down their arms In the presence of an rel. Ono day they met on the street missioners appoint three commissionkeavf rtvaa i rvaik t llrtl t enemy whom they had Just emanciTo teachers, school officers and paU aa t.uV fart ! T " inrr'-rifJi'lr and Eanford was shot dead. Accord- Sla.eOlSOUaSKeiAlMt.f "' t itiaiUH ers for each county, who may all be- time and thought I was put beinp u)r tl'Maj AKfc Hfchk wini.mri HUT r I rU.aif-1pated from Spanish rule, and who ing to of the ,", inn, nam ! ! is long to one party, and who In many cured. I hid spent much time am' tronscounty: public schools of Livingstho evidence at Oocbol's trial aa, WtlTi IOH run WW rTUM.rK. YOU -- , ll 1300 TM Ywr loliin i ton should have been their firmest friends. tin j xi. ortnsit ovi j nn uu t t iluu ii xuji uut counties are all Democrats. The state money and siiflcrt.il s i much miser) They furnished an example of devo- Oanford had been tbe first to draw I Dy virtue of the power conferred Addroao, 3GAR3, nOEBi'OK St CO. (Inc.), ILL, tion and sacrifice., which will brighten bis pistol, and tbe slayer was acquitcommissioners may appoint whoever mat i naa aiiimstiieciilcil to give ui upon us by the common school laws the glorious record of American valor. ted on the ground of or Kentucky, section No. 61 (1893), they please, without consulting party The all hopes of recovery and uw.ilt tin and with a view of containing the uniTbey have secured not alone the gratorganizations or local preferences, and itude of the government and the peo- friends of Colonel Sanford have alformity of now existing In result, but noticing the advertise ways held, however, that the provocain the counties In which the Republi plo, but for themselves and their dethis county, we, H, V. McChesney, scendants aa Imperishable distinction. tion cams from Gocbtl, and that the cans were given a single commissioner inent (if Chaniberl tin's C die, Ci iler i Martha C. Orassbam and J, O. Rutter, Tbey may not fully appreciate, and Is on Ooebel's bands. tho party leaders were, given no voice and Ulirrhiiea Remedy and hIm) tunn constituting the county board of examthe country may not. the heroism of Among these friends was Senator In his selection. The state commls-done- ttmionials stating how some won iners for Livingston county, do hereby their conduct and its Important supadopt the following books for exclumay remove any county comport to the government. I think I do, Dlackburn when he prayed God to derlel cures had bv:n wrought by Ihlr sive use In the schools of said county, grant him a life long enough to avenge and so I am here to express It, missioner at any time, without charges for the next ensuing five years, viz.: The mighty army of volunteers and Sanford by burying Ooebel In "the McOuffey's Revised Eclectic Spelling oriearlng.andmay appoint a successor. remedy, I decided to try it. Alter regulars, numbering over 250,000. This provision gives the state board taking a few doses I wan entirely wel Dook. 17 cents. which last year responded to tho call titpths of public execration," McOuffey's Revised First Eclectic I that trouble, and I with 'How Is Dlackburn performing his abcoluto power to change a county to say lur Reader, 17 cents. of the government with an alacrity task of vengeance! On board at will. without precedent or parallel, by the McOuffey's Revised Second Eclectic ther to my readers and fellow sufT rer terms of their enlistment were to be Monday of this week. In a speech at In the Precincts. that I am a bale and hearty man tn Reader, 30 cents. McOuffey's Revised Third Eclectic mustered out with all of the regulars Wlckllffe, In Dallard county, be was In Ohio the county board of election day unci feel us well as I ever above 27,000 when peace was affected. did n Reader, 12 cents. supervisors, consisting of two RepubDrought us the Philippines by reported as saying: McOuffey's Revised Fourth Eclectic "Ooebel stands before the Democtreaty cession from Spain. The o licans and two Democrats, selected by ray We G. R Moijhi'. Sold by Z Reader, CO cents. of the United States ratified the racy of the stato a worthy leader of McOuffey's Revised Fifth Eclectic ni the county committees of the two par- Watn Griffin & Itro. treaty. Every step taken was In obediReader, 72 cents. ties, appoint four Judges fend two ence to the requirements of the con- the cause." Ray'a A worthy leader of the causal New Iljnumtd an) j b work the RE cents. New Primary Arithmetic, 15 clerks for each precinct, of which two stitution. It became our territory, and " York Sun. la ours as much as the Louisiana purJudges and one clerk are from each of I'UliLlCiN is prepired to accnmiuodati Ray'a New Intellectual Arithmetic, chase, or Texas or Alaska. A body of 25 cents. the Uo leading parties. The four ou Give u h call A I Ooebel and tbe Colored Voters. C I orl Insurgents, In no sense representing Ray'a New Elementary Arithmetic, OVERCOMES Judges, Uo Republicans and two DemMr. Ootbel has no respect for the the sentiment of the people of the 35 cents. Riiaranirtd ocrats, decide all disputed points, and Islands, dlsnuted our lawful authorltv. political rights of any cltlian, and his Ray's New Practical Arithmetic, 50 and . even before . the ratification of the ,nwitMo Inwarrl fit Maols- - man auan a .! aftnllntr w the two clerks keep two separate regiscents. . . . .. tw vmv auuu nita nvit PERMANENTLY Long's New Language Exercises, tration books on registration day and Clay- P attacking tho very forces who fought Part 1, 20 cents. separate poll books and tally sheets on ton of Alabama at Winchester the Longa New Language Exercises, - tor ana secured tneir rreedom. election day. As the Democratic and This was the situation In April. 1899, other day, when be contemptuously rePart 2, 25 cents. tho date of the exchange of ratifica- marked at the beginning of bis speech, Republican clerks keep two distinct Long's Lessons In English, C5 By Buy TMt O tions with only 27.000 regulars cents. seta of records of the registration and to the unquestioned direction of "I come here to speak to white facea It will only cost you SO cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton ! Hilar rjlSClBmudu (5 Holbrook's New English Orammar, election, which must agree with each arotllapdailecUTulaiailTa the executive, and they for the most and straight hair." Mr. Ooebel docs Dclt Parlor Cafo Car (25 cents for n half day). Seated in a cents; exchange price, 39 cents. tbor Are Imply won derlnl Mr and other, there Is no opportunity for let avoniach dauaktar breath I war toUwrvd with part on duty In Cuba or I'orto nico, J not bollevt that the negro Is entitled Waddy Composition and largo revolving arm clialr with plenty of spaco around you, you can Rheand. our Waaler' pad Jitut j.w or Invalided at homo after their severo to the right of suffrage. One of his Lara tmiirored toric, $1, fraudulent entries on registration day taking a law t!nea of Caacaret. enjoy as much freedom and case as you please. If j ou are a smoker help Hi rot taut, 141 HuwuTi ram KaRiianL Long's Home Geography, 25 cents. or tally sheet falsification on election woo4iNllr, Ttinr aia a treat HlflKl tho famllr, you win enjoy trio large smokinc room with lis arm cnairs anu Wll IILLIIIW theTbeVA available "u'would have re- - ,Phr'nC,p"1h!fmp,,iS?"'' IIJ7 IHtiasiioiiia Hi., tlocluaatl. Oalo. Eclectic Elementary Geography, S5 coucn. The ladies will delight in the splendid ladies' lounging day. Judges and clerks are appointed of Mr. Oob'a quired months to transport them to ' cents. room. with Its lounp.e und Inviting arm chairs, and its roomy dressing for a full year and can not be removed Practically a new purposes bearing apon manipulation the Philippines. can or Eclectic Complete Oeograpny (Kenroom adjoining. You can nae vour meals In this car at anv hour army hsd to be created. These loyal of tbe tlectlon commissions next Noat the whim of the county board of sutucky edition), $1.20. CATHARTIC ft you want them: order most an thine vou want, from a norterhousa New Eclectic Copy Dook, 8 centa volunteers in tbe Philippines pervisors. vember, has tbe candor to declare In steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, tako as long as you will stay until the government each. In Kentucky the county board of H W Km please to eat it, and you will only havo to pay for vhat you order. can orcanlie an army at home and a public speech that to the colored Eclectic Primary History of the commissioners, which may be, and transport It to the scat of hostilities." man It Is not even necessary to adTha Cotton Bolt la tho Jlrcct Una toTeui Its trains ran through from Cairo United States, 50 cents. on piviuiwia iu iwu wiiiuni, ciuuiuv. i'lrvct ronufcuoni am nuitlo at III practically Is, a solidly Democratic New Eclectic History of the United The Hotl of Honor, dress argument) Louisville CommerJunctions tor all parts of Toiaa, Imllmlerrllorr, Oklahoma anil tho Par Writ. body, appoints two Judges, one clerk BUte, $1. Wrllo and tall na where tou aro goln,! an4 nben jrou will loare anj iJjTTj I'W'n'iwwiliTTlTtf They did stay, cheerfully, uncom- cial. will The House I Lve In (Primary Phytall youwUtrourtltkot will fot. Which, train to liVo to nitUo Iho hnlllme and and one sheriff for each precinct. The plainingly, patriotically, Tbey suffered ounctUon, nnd will tend yon a a Inttreattng llttla Uwlili t, "1 till1 ID tUll" siology), 30 cents. Follltt of Ootbtlltm. and sacrificed; they fought and fell; law requires that the two Judges shall riaiianl Palatable. Potent Tatte Gnnd. Steele's Hygenlc Physiology, $1. The follies of Ootbolltm are quickly tbey drove back and punished tha f. T. IllUlKJ, Ceil hu'r ul TU. JUL, be of opposite politics, and that the uood, .Ner ir s.cken. aVraieu or Clip Ice zx w.A.SiClOTUw.riii'rKi. Peterman's Civil Government (Ken(HI rebels who resisted federal authority, returning to roost. A sullen and di. CURE CONSTIPATION. !. If .1 n BT. LOUIS, MO, cents. ill toiirsu tduiit loamut. tr. t,,,M .uC.... uu .1..t. aua.ii a,u come rrom ...,.. ii tucky edition), CO Common School Dicand who, with force, attacked tho sov- vided party at home and open differ(... m..i.l Webster's New ereignty of the United States In Its ences among MO'TO-BA72 cents. tbe national silver lead-er- a .Tstflffdecwe afl'eontUed0 newly acquired territory. BWSU&XSB tionary, II, V. M'CHESNEY. Without ' are tha Immediate results of Mr. them then and there we would have the appointment of a Democrat for w v iw a v I bt XI Caa H withtoo",..,,!, County Superintendent uviimmhiium uj. man beon practically helpless on land, nur Ooebel's famous "hold-up.- " How far sheriff gives tbst party the majority MARTHA 0. QRAboiiAN, ttnl ttVcAiUt suaaxik flag would have had Its first stain and these differences will u.tst u.Arc;'ul KSUB.tt'.l'fl! bt carried Into J. O, RUTTER, rote In every controversy. Dy apaoM.tiv " r the American name Its first Ignominy. Utf. a TllKi Examiners, presiutuiai canvass aaaalla biisIsm alatrtMllaa fcLftsaatU Surwavarlltl( " pointing as clerk ilevubllcan who The brilliant victories of the navy and ,lu" ,T af.i iw li. t!'fv'ibii1 .tyjra li; I hereby certify that the above la a army In the bay and city of Manilla I ' not Tel eler' Du our Special Offer Price sir en r' maa "T inifki i Is kiiowu can uot or w,u uui aervc, '"" ' nvP3Py-gyg!rTgf- .n true copy' of the official adoption of w WW. would have been won In vain; orir I this new and disturbing Issue Is . . hard, the almost universal rulo In Payette OH 11 noun la anij th. rrdflit will vvnja ecm, , tB.t. MMmtM jT filiT. llliTST'l' J'TsqtT.T IV Jl ul-- all i or L.ivingun county, as CUIt to civilisation would have ent and it will widen as other tounty, a vacancy Is created which the o will nrani i.urlllilj y J.jrjruu.r. njt jalUlUO. W talra.isa. l..4 la A.aa II or lainiliaa shown by the records of my office. it boa dmiauu U u.liair. temporarily unperformed, ..,lln , ui vl H. V. M'CHESNEY. In,.i Democratic Judge and sheriff fill at the 31 Ilnll IT U bT. I KK.t -- chaos would have rolgned, and what! tf null, lllMUiih all fallr UttriU i. U Uur In. Baaln MmbIm h.t.l.... County Superintendent. polls with a Democrat. ,,,AT CIlrcilllMl. ever government there waa would have themselves with Chairman Stone and bal 3I9.30 fcruia DnopDEniC CANINE T DUHDIOli The result Is flhP U At the time that adoption waa son I H- I- fhlu. been by ono man, and not by consent Colonel Bryan on tbe side of compro-o- f BEWARE OF IMITATIONS that the lone Republican Judge Is outroad (he continued), Mr. McChesney .......rn. the governed. Who refused to mis with Ooebellsm, or with Altgeld voted by the Democratic Judge and -. seems not to have been aware that any .m1.".' sound tbe retreat? Who stood In the on . ,,wi, .a i.ara ofea a. .ide with nn. ..vi..,,. TnT,:.......- i,.,rr publisher other than the "American sheriff and a Democratic clerk Is usCltttEDwIth tfvtUII. breach when others weakened? Who ,IUeI liook Trust," as his associates call the housebreaking or the recelvor-trlotl- o I ually at hand whenever the political vfiur resisted tho suggestion of the unpa-it.Dtu injur iirnoitsiiT. Duruia-- v it' TT soDtst ur mm uit.il company from whose list be adopted huij i An I lu program calls for substitutions of that they should come home? iblp of stolen political goods. Now ftiswof Msfc jiaaTiTTu'..tS.'.'tl.t i?ftWi.iR. In tlfc caIIihI l.iitM'lr every book named for use In bla - regiments Let me cull the roll of thoKktAWtlklMlifrllalTliiliLuiMriiiiuiV York Tribune, names and other frauds on registraaMjjwii.iwi-i;i- f schools, was eligible to sell books In "m rNltni4 nlali tnil TCN DAT! irnainifiil frw and battalions that deserve to bo npr- SOLID QUAilTEn SAWED OAK gyffS" Kentucky, The records of his office "a'A?! tion day and the falsification of tally tZ B. B.tjXm'S SQIS.Iiux K.AlUuU.0 Ilepubllcon Handbook. ,, petuated In tho nation's annals. Their should have shown, nevertheless, that .InilJ? "."tYtf t IllawaUuli hoa li..UIn. cloxl Eaa.liii, chtets on election day. a.Knii ura nn, a a,,f,i,An Imm.lnA ...Imh The cojnty lion, Qeo. M, Long, chairman state several othsr publishers had bonds to paa with full lanjlh Ul la aoj btaj la cla--a for wwlai excitement, but a deliberate determln- -' executive committee, has prtpared a board may remove any precinct elecfile with him. giving a list of their atlon to sustain, at tbe cost of life. campaign CsaMlILt llriiili Kna.l nlaL tion officer or any day or hour, and books, guaranteeing retail prices. niiim.uuiii niraai arawer uuiiraau handbook which Is now nua ftdjuatabl lrill, tftnuln Baivlb trtn aUnJ If need be, the honor of their govern 13 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS, iDall l.r( JMIh lr uttL MalUv this potter can be used to chanre the fi.Ur lUulf Why This Change of Hum? ready for distribution. It contains !. ment ana tne autnority or us nag HciULl txrtoa of ft mctiaicU or lavDiir mind nimia.amoMtia bobbin w ndtr. a4JuaUbl D.tant tarn.. PRICE GOcts. 11 the Information necessary mult In any precinct If tU election Is dtalrlofffttrlptoth Was ho then one of that large class WARRANTED. fotiL ',0P"IKajha UliJMULU irMfbMrhift,imijrovafitaowllM, Kipotltigo. IUiroo4 First California, California artillery, ZSSXr f awn ibultl for a fair neatlla tmr. Bai baaul It haifciaoiual a tuna , ins., w, ism. HUB of teachers and county superintendFirst Colorado. First Idaho, Fifty-firlint being conducted to suit the caprice fctaaillallf MIOKEtj PUTTVTJYfln. comparison of ltepublksu and DemoTli afATKMi JUaXOUUt LaiUuon, Mil, Kl ARANTEKD Ut llaatoal r j aaaraal aalaalaaa aac at Iowa, Twentieth Kansas, Thirteenth ents whom Congressman Wheeler sees rartallKllclaaCn.. aoklUmU,Mu. 600 totllaa laat Taar, flrtr ICAtrUCtlOB Book UIU lan!l.mamWa of the county commissioners 7 .". a'r' Imii aUatbMai It TaraltkH aa4 aar Tra 3UOVKH TA8TKLK8S CIIIU. TON 10 anj Sa" fit to denounce aa corrupt and mercenMinnesota, First Montana, First Ne- cratic administrations, Oovernor Bradbuimbt tfera giuaa alraaOf Ibia yaar. laallouras Summitry of Two Luws. ley's veto ary, being on of fact, braska, yaara. la lb buklntas, Wanted-- An Idea Ctl.MWtUst4a of theIn greedyasbook trusts, the payrolls prtaeauMuran14artlnl lbs tat drug uoiraraal bafa cavalry. First North Dakota. Nevada th Ooebel messsgts, lb comparisonand Second Oregon, Tenth Pennbesimply auctt The Ohio election system is abso Ohio law, ri bill and ia, ar at iauttopUtki? cause they DO loura irulr, sylvania, First South Dakota, First lour Tools. refuse to dishonor their lutely party platforms. or equally bal tfTOHwTCDiVa&aTC Auxr.CitaACo aull.aal. dA ! ".( Tennessee, Utah artillery. First Wash- til faitr professions and official position by a ftneed between the two great psrtlti bypcjcrltkil laapjuBmi ej M abos. For wle by J, If, Williams. ington, FlrU Wyoming, Wyomlpi; bil MtoM, SEARS, ROEiUCK T T CO. THtT RBPUBUPAN ONLY fl.OO III. Hartford Republican. W.r Pr--.M- n Self-Contr-ol home-comin- Courier-Journa- DR. BELL'S i'" Re-fe- I lu. ., ,., yr I &wtfwl lip u microbe-bearin- g .,,, I IfBffl $ Plns-Tar-Eio- no . May-fie- ld ial I fellow-clt-Izcn- s: fellow-cltl-se- text-book- s. tent-boo- 'My home-comin- de-l- par-tic- eu-,'- n s Constipation. Headache, r.eartburn, Indigestion, text-boo- $&&$$'& Pills twaomlr-aU- I text-bock- s. SEND Os5E DOLLAR tiiuTur tf .. lt trcn-itt- OBaran-iit- I (JVM si'-- Cf text-boo- rs Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses Acts gently on the the System sen-at- nflSEFFECTUAU.Y hAB1TUALCON"N GCNuirlt-MAMY- lrfa V"J BREATH A BAD ' EriciALEf5':.": " sub-Je- ct Su&rniaFg,Syrvp(s "L'k " Vdpy ff j iyt said-"W- e tkl JH talf 1 fift ....., Q M.i.i J 1 CORNS hrrr fiFRIfi Mil K.rMCrv ii,a mVM -B felSl -- -- At lexi-uoo- Demo-remain- ,.. JL ' CHILL TDNIC TASTELESS " ,., ns " " Kn7Ty?:V8Wffl J nnconlPr .- .z: -- nc Mm IsiMl "? i 1 I Ir st mgmggm .Mtti Jia rtl Ti.hllsoiWi i;furnifl! v.tim iuth it! -SlM 1 m&xmxx$iitftf& ffiV.rit f IKoJghlcago, rtiii1 irflinrri jmmgmattMi