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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mfrnamm npympwii Pgmiiiiiwii vfi nm r I t Si The The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican OluTDtoingCommercial, i yeai,$i H.atos. and Louisville and the Courier Journal, 1 year, and the Toledo (0 ) Blade, I jcar, and Louisville DUpatcIt, I year, and the year, , 1 $1 35 $1 25. $1 50. ft 25. as The ji ttw Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. tt" Haotori OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE Republican CONSEESSIONil DISTEICT. Tho Republican kindly invitoa its many roadors and frlonds to givo thoso morcbants who advertise in its columns tbo bonoilt ot tbolrtrado. It will bo rogardod as a personal favor. f. mil IK lEHOUEIH Subscription $1 a year. XII. mrw HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1899. These faithful, loyal and picked men know that it was not Belmont, not Milton Smith, not Basil Duke who outraged the people ot Campbell, the people of Warren, raided the Will Be Repudiated by Loyal polls n Louisville, betrayed Stone and debauchod tho convention. Employes of L. fie N. These picked men know It was not Belmont, Milton Smith or Basil Duke who bulldozed the legislature and corn, ' THEY DETEST Q0EBELI8M. polled It to pass the Ooebel election Chair-law. Intended to deprive these very I men of the right ot suffrage, and they Great Amount of Money Distributed know moreover who was tho guilty man. by This Corporation, Consequently they propose first as patriotic citizens, next as men who Thievery Will Not be know how to protect their own InterA BAND OF BAILBOAD WBEOKERS. T ests, and third as faithful employes, to crush Ooebel and aoebellsra, to overthrow now and forever this King of Kenton, and so relieve the state ot A. CARD TO THE. PUBLIC, Komln. of lh nliTlll. ConT.nllon a menace which, on the eve ot an era nil 8m of nil Support. rs Aro of returning prosperity, threatens to Aeoai.d of S..kln( to D.itroy Great Itall. make the very name of Kentucky a Lexington, Ky., Sept. 14, 1899. badge of shame and Ignorance. Lourod Sj.l.ia. Governor Brown and other promiisville Evening Post (Dem.), Sept. 5. nent Democrats knew at the time of the Lexington convention tbat the TRUTH SUPPRESSED. Demagogues, charged with fraud. Vartbor Xofarmatloa Abont ISttato of state ol my health rendeted it improbwith violence and with treachery; able that I would be nble to take part tioTornor SI.tod.oii. Qoebel repudiated by a majority of his Mr. Qoebel, In his campaign for in the pending campaign; but the own party associates; DIackburn, who haa turned his back on his old friends nomination, aa a. recommendation ot fact wds not generally known, and 1 that he might serve Qoebel more ab- himself to the people of Kentucky now give this communication to the l, jectly; tho a confirm- made the statement several times In public to avoid any misunderstanding ed mendicant, who has grown rich his speeches that tho late from corporate favors extended to it, John W. Stevenson bad named him as of my views or of my failure to appear are trying now to arouse the enthusiexecutor and trustee of his will with- among the forces working to prevent asm of their dwindling army by ju- - out bond, and that he had continued to the stamp of approval beiug put on eaillng tho LouIsvlll6 and Naahvllle act In that capacity ever since the the methods that culminated in the railroad, and promising to deliver It Stevenson and Louisville ticket. over to their followers, to be sacked death of as of old kings and conquerors gave the probate ot the will. I am heartily in' accord with the In no one of his speeches did ho cities to satisfy their unpaid soldiers. It Is a favorite device of men em- state that he was not the sole executor Democrats of the State who are tryStevening to pave the patty from the baleful ployed in dark designs to raise a new and trustee ot cry that attention may be averted to son's will. influences now seeking to control it, their own evil deeds. The Evening The facts of the caso are that the atd regret that my condition is such Post does not propose to be so divertexwill of Stevenson was ed, but merely to make known to the ecuted July 30, 1S86, and admitted to that I am compelled to remain quiet people what Interests are Involved In probate by the Kenton county court while others are bearing the brunt of this onslaught, and what public servAug. 24, 18S6, Stevenson the fight. The issues are unfortunateices are rendered by tho Louisville having died Aug. 10, 1886. ly notorlons and well understood by and Nashville corporation, we propose At that time Mr. Qoebel waa a law- the country. They involve merely to analyze their earnings for truth, yer In the ofSco ot Governor StevenJuly, published last week In the Evenson, having an ostensible partnership honesty, loyalty to the principles of ing Post. The gross earnings of this whole with him, as their names appeared our party and to a Republican form Jointly upon the sign outside of their of government. system for the month weio2. office. If the Democratic party is to be This represents tho actual returns It was Governor Stevenson who, for services rendered the public. It when John L. Sandford returned from worthy of the confidence and support Is not extortion, nor is It robbery. The tho Confederate service at the conclu- of the people, it must be careful of the rates for travel and transportation sion of the war, procured for him the rights ot Its individual members, true have been steadily declining for years, position of teller In the branch ot the to its professed principles, and when declining Just In proportion es the Fanners' Bank of Kentueky at Cov- in power enact laws fair to all citizens service haa Improved and the business ington, the predecessor of .the Covinghas Increased. of the State. Wben any number of It is said there should be a maxi- ton City National bank, In which bank its members depart from these rules, Stevenson was a stockholder and a mum rate fixed by law; maximum self preservation demands that, if they rates are bo fixed by the highest law director. Stevenson had been the friend of cannot be reclaimed, they must be known to the road; fixed In the very charter that glvos It Its existJohn L. Sandford's father, and he ence. stood loyally by the son when he We canicd the Inst State election Out no rood Is unwise enough to exneeded his assistance, and between tbo act these maximum ratos. Tne vaist two men, John L. Sandford and Ste- without the Goebel law by over fifteen decline In rates waa not even dreamed venson, the" closest and warmest relaof when the charter was granted, and tions of friendship, existed until the thousand votes, and while the ballot needed additional safeguards that today they are less than death ot the latter. what the charter permits. When Governor Stevenson died Mr. could easlty have been provided, there This decline has proceeded without Qoebel had not commenced his political was absolutely nothing to justify the legislation, without oppression, without dictation from demagogues; It has career, which did not begin until the passage of an act capable of being followed the law of and year 188T, When Mr. Goebel was electused to rob every citizen of his Iran-- , has been made In obedience to the law ed to the senate of Kontucky from chise who failed to vote to suit the of competition, which no monopoly Kenton county to fill the vacancy can suspend; competition ot place with made by the election of Hon. J. W. men appointed to administer it. We place; of product with product Bryan to tho oIQce ot lieutenant gov- had better perish as a party than to The Evening Post does not assert ernor, and Governor Stevenson knew live under the possibilities of this rie- tbat all Its rates are Just or wise, but Mr. Ooebel only as an Industrious lawgrading law so repugnant to the man It does assert that they more nearly yer, attentive to the duties ot bis pro- ly fairness of Kentucky character. approach Justice, and wisdom under fession, and did not know the characcompetition than they ever would unWhat would the great old champion, der the arbitrary action ot politicians teristics of the man which have been who make common cause with such developed and brought to light by bis James B. Beck, who battled during all public career. the dark daysof reconstruction against railroad wredkera as Wlllam Qoebel. In his will Stevenson did not name the passage of such laws, say to this Turn now to the expenses, which Qoebel as solo executor and trustee, receipts. must be paid from these departure from the lessons he bad talk ot monopoly and extortion, but he appointed Edward Colston, his Rothschild, as If all of Belmont-anthen and now a promi- learned from the fathers and handed this money went at once to Europe. nent member of the Cincinnati bar; down to us?. As a matter of fact, tor months little J. D. Hearne, a resident ot Covington, It Is bad enough for spoilsmen, or none ot ft went there, and for years then and now President of the Third not a dollar1 went to the stockholders. National bank ot Cincinnati, and pre- blinded by an insane determination to s, Out ot the $2,166,000 received viously president ot the Covington get office, to uphold this gratuitous or 11,435,000, was consumed In City National bank, in which bank assault upon the principles of free operating expenses. Stevenson bad been associated with government, but why should DemoConsumed that Is In wages to the him as one ot its directors, and Wil- crats irom other States undertake the trainmen and shopmen, wages to the liam Qoebel, their survivor or survivodious and impossible task ol persuadi station agents and to the men emors, aa Joint executors ot his, will and ployed In all departments of the road. trustees of the estate thereby created. Ing Kentucklans that the use of fraud Consumed again In' buying supplies of Mr. Hearne, after tho probato of the and force in politics is commendable every Imaginable kind from rails and will, declined to act, and Colston and and should be approved ? That it is bridges to cotton waste. Ooebel have continued to discharge Democratic to dislranchlse hundreds It Is this monthly expenditure of Jointly the duties ot executors and ot delegates, representing tens of nearly a million and a halt dollars trustees since the probate ot tbo will. of Democratic voters, when tbat does so much for all kinds ot Jf Governor Stevenson, with his high thousands business all over the south, and espesense ot public duty, his- devotion to they stand in the way of the fell pur cially here In Kentucky. constitutional government and his porse Of an office seekei? Think ot It, a mlllon and a halt a love of liberty secured by law, were Are they to be tempted by lust for month; eighteen million dollars annualive today, be would not be found ally; fifty thousand dollars a day all among the ranks ot those who are sup- gffice io ally themselves with shame-fmethods, and endeavor to fasten the year round spent In wages and In porting Qoebel tor the office ot govsupplies spent that these men and ernor, but rather standing side by sldo them on the people of Kentucky untheir families may be made comfortwith his former partner, Judge James der the mistaken Idea that the State is able for the winter; spent that busiO'Hara, and with old Phil Thompson, hun.-dtness may be good at almost every In opposition to all that Is Implied by to be kept in line for nineteen in that way? Do they expect by crossroads. Some goes to the mines the term "Goebellsm." Evening Post upholdlng,ln the nsmeot Democracy, In the mountains; some finds Us way CHEAP SCHOOLBOOKS. to hotelkeepers, to shopkeepers, to crimes against your patty, your con. makers of rails, to men cutting ties on It. cord of Oaiidldato Oo.b.l la tbo science, your religion and your coun the hill slope; everywhere It falls like 00 Thl. Qa.tloo. to induce you to endorse the Mr. Ooebel In his speeches vrgtng try, a refreshing rain on a thousand fields, blessing ten thousand homes and makhis claims before the people of Ken- "lake" delegates iu the Louisville ing the whole country to blossom like tucky Insists that. In the late session convention and the ticket that was its ot the legislature he voted for a meas- production? Can they go before the a rose. ure designed to cheapen schoolbooks country as the sponsors of a "force bill Now these railroad wreckers, Ooebel, DIackburn and Watterson, are soektns In this state. Waiving the question as to whether Ibat gives the voters of Kentucky not to destroy this system, are declaring: their purpose to destroy It, and aro the measure to which he refers, the a ray ot hope, that makes no claim or enraged because they see what a storm Chlan bill, would have reduced the show ol fairness, placing exclusively they have raised. cost of schoolbooks, the records ot the in the hands of three Irresponsible The men who serve the Louisville senate show that he never voted for persons, named by the authors oi the and Nashville are plcksd men, loyal tbat measure at all, the Chlnn bill measure itself, the entire election ma. They know never having reached a vote In the men, and patriotic men. ' Such an allitheir company has never bad aa evil senate. It la a tact, however, that Mr. chlnery of the Statt? design against the siaU; they .know Bronston Introduced a substitute for ance and the advocacy of such methods the Chlnn bill which had for IU object would show them unworthy to be thslr company to be the largest taxpayer In the state, and they know that the reduction ta the price of such tiusted with power In a Republican develop Its books, and which was In every wsy a today It Is doing mqre to fix a brand tbat no great resorucea than Qoebel and other better end more practicable measure government, and honorable statesman would want to sharks, who bend over the dead pr than the original bill. In the consideration ot this measure bear, the Injured with a contract for 65 per cent ot all they can filch from the combefore tho senate Mr. Ooebel always The voter who values the dignity of panydoing more for the state's advoted against every motion looking to a free citizen Is proud of the record of day than Qoebel and Its passage; and on Us final reading vancement In a bis party and loves the good name of Ooeballsm could da la a generation. voted against the bill Itself. his State, will not look with kindly distinguished Kidney trouble preys eye on men however Field's 'bus meets all trains at who would have them trail all these ,he m,nd' dl nPn Beaver Dam. conK and lessens in the uire for the poor privilege of ambition; beauty vig- becoming the abject slaves of a corTho Beat Prescription for Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tact- or and cheerfulness soon ofdisappear rupt political machine. order or are out less Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; when (he kidneys livery man who supports the Goepleasing results use then why experiment with Trorthleas diseased, Por Swamp Hoot, the great bel ticket must approve the methods Dr. Kilmer's imitations? Price. 50c. AtdrugglsU, Sam- by which it was put before the people Vidneyremedy ple bottle by mall free, also pamphlet, of Kentucky and to approve such To Ctaro Couitlpolloa Vorovff. Address. Dr. Kilmer & Co,, Ilinghara TsVe CatcareU Camlv Cathsitle, lOoorSo. methods Is to abandon Democratic druzgUu y, ) ton, N Y. I No. 9. THE SUPPORTING ARM. THE TURKISH CENSOR. IPiaoa'iKSSNDSMML. Attorney at Law DbavkbDam, Ky. Porry Wosterfleld, KING OF KENTON A FAIR AND de-fl- ed '-k HONEST DEAL JOHN P. MORTON : i i' IIAllTFUIilt, UY, Special attention given to all business entrusted to bis care. Office In Court House. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Maj. Johnston, State ; Democratic man. - HARTFORD, KV. Will practice blsprolesslon in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. attorney at Law M. L. HEAVRIN, Warnsthe Goebelitesthat Tolerated. .. Acts gently on SHELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special atten lion given to all assignments In bank ATTOIWEy AT LA W Kidneys, Liver and Bowels f,EANSESTHE5Y5TEM the r.s OVERCOMES EFFECTUALLY , lt roptcy. 11tff!T A T. attrntlnn piveii to col U lections, making abstracts, Ac also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side oi public square. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. R. R. JNO. B. WILSON, ' rr-2- 5 C I -- 5vJ Courier-Journa- priqciples and surrender the party to Its enemies. It would be puerile to divide about gold and silver while you are being stripped of the dignity that belongs of right to every citizen of a free country. The time Is on when you must stand unflinchingly for your liberties and your manhood. Tolerate no craven In your midst who boasts openly, or by insinuation, his willingness to steal an election, and let it be under stood hat any man who commits such a crime does It at his peril, I appeal to all good Democrats to unite In a .supreme effort to overthrow this attempt to debauch the ballot by men who'have deliberately- prepared to deny every political right to those who refuse to join them servilely In their nefarious schemes. If this Is done we may hope to achieve victory this fall and again in nineteen hundred, but Democracy can never sue ceed by the approval of the methods by which the Goebel ticket was placed before the people of Kentucky. Respectfully, P. P. Johnston. O" Womon No Longor Cling to Tho Address of St. Paul Called Tholr Escorts at Public for on Account of Sodl- Uoub Writings. Functions. Ofcourse it is no news to state that it is nolongsrfishlonablefora woman to take the arm ol her escort upon the street. That custom, in vogue for centuries, has gone, never to return. The Russian censorship is occasion ally responsible for some extra vagent ly loollsh or insensately indicrous vagary, but it is doubtful whether it can, as the saying goes, hold n candle to the gravely comic performances of the new controls the Ottoman Cato,-wtypographical establishments of Statu-bou- l. Tbe Athens Asty vouches for the authenticity of the following incident: A Greek benevolent society in the Turkish capital recently issued a printed circular appeal to the Helenic community in Stamboul lor some special charitable object. T? appeal contained a citation irom one of the epistles of St. Paul to the Gaiatlans. Two day after the publication of the circular a commissary of police Irom. the censor's dapartment called upon the printer and demanded the address of St Paul, who was to be charged with the public utterance of seditious and politically provocative language. The printer waa at first inclined to laugh outright at the absurdity "the request and indictment, but as It 1 1 always a little risky to venture upon a pleasantry with a Turkish official he sedately replied that St. Paul, the author of the objectionable citation, had been dead for something more than eighteen centuries. This ruffled the gravity of the police commissary, who angrily explained "How dare you at tempt snch Impudent cajolery with me?" and forthwith arrested- the prln ter. Extraordinary as it may appear, the reiteration of the same simple explanation to the censor had an equally exasperating effect on that intelligent official, and the unfortunate typographer was locked up lor his "perverse contumacy." It was only after the lapse of three days and on the urgent Intervention nnd confirmatory explanation of the Greek patriarch thit the printer was released and the prosecution of St. Paul abandoned. London News. ho BITUALCbNST'W" PERMANENTLY Glorious Nows Comes from Dr. D. B. Carglle, of Washita, I T. He writes: "Four bottles oi Electric Bitters have cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great suffering for years. Terrible sores would break out on her head and face, and the best doctors coild give no. help; but her cure Is complete and her health is excellent.' This Bhows what thousands have proved, that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels p'olsons, helps dl gestion builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. Guaranteed, owy TXJ OENINt-MHT- O ey (auivrniaITg.Syrvp j"" V.W'Ji rcnttueTiuMiiuji&mi Attorney at Law, IlAKTFOItll. WEDDING Ky. to. ra Mini. .. Will practice his profession in tho the courts ot uiuo ana aujoinmr counties. Also Notary Public. APPRECIATED DONATION. A returned sailor from Manila was In a road house, two tables over from the agent Will practice his profession in all of the brewing company. the Courts ol Kentucky. Special at"I see you wear the cap ribbon of tention given to collections, settle ment or decedent's estates, road cases the McCulIoch ou your handlebars," Office up said the agent, coming over; were you sml criniiual practice. Ui next door to Grifiin'sdrug store. at Manila?" Law, Attorney atKY. HAKTFOUD, 33. 3P. JSnE2A.lL, Story Told by a Man Who Was With Dowoy Boforo Manila. drinking beer the other day - $2,166,-219.8- No Serious Quarrol. "Yes." "May I?1' "Yes; and to December, for the AnORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW, matter of that." (NOTARY rUUUC) "We rent fifty barrels of this beer KF.NrUCKY. HARTFORD,. 'Vlll practice his prolesslon in all over there tojou fellows right alter the courts ol Ohio and adjoining conn-cii- -s the big fight. Got there abont the and the Court of Appeals. Prompt firit of August, I guess. attention given to all business entrust "Yes. I think I remember." to bis care. "How did you like It?" KF.ruiiLiCAN building. Office iu "Pine stuff, I'm toll." "Trfstegcod in that hot countrj?" P L PKLIX J EDWIN Kown. " "I don't know. You see "Do you mean to say you didn't get any good ol Hint big shipment?" "Oh, jes, I got good of it. You sec, in every bartel were two pictures HARTFORD. KY. lithographs of a ptetty girl sitting Will practice In the ComU of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt on earth and looking down, lor she given to all business en was attention ashamed ol her jhlrt waist. The trusted to our care. Office in Herald officvis suit one of these pictuies building. and we enllited men were eK lowed to look at it " San Francisco T. RONE, JOHN LAW Argonaut. J. S. R. Wedding, "How did you and your lriend man. bge to get through a campalng, each taking an active put, without becoming enemies?" "Oh there was no occasion for violent jealousies or personal feelings. We didn't belong to the same party." Washington Star. ' Why Sho Woro tho Shawl. About a week ago some young la dies got up a party to go on a moonlight excursion up- - the river. The night finally arrived, and the moon flooded field and river with a glow of pearly tichness. When the party was ready to leave the house which had been appointed as the rendezvous, it was noticed that one of the most charming young ladles of the contcrie had a shawl on. "What's the matter, Lucy?" inquired one young lady; "are you afraid oi taking cold?" "No, no," she replied. "The thermometer is up to 86. You'll get so hot if you wear tbat u one-four-th It Is etill customary for woman to accept the arm oi her masculine companion wben going to dinner at a fashionable function, but thls,too,will soon doubtless pass away. Indeed, there are already signs of decadence. For sometime past the lunch party has resolved Itself into fln'indlscriini-nat- e scramble to find one's place, and a seat between two unknown persona to whom you arc afraid to make a remark lest something untoward should ensue. This season the same lack of ceremony decre s that our ingenues must march at xt a ballroom without taking their p rtners' arm, and our dowagers go down to supper without any more masci.iine escort than Is of forded by the of a black coat. The support t f a gentleman's arm was once considered indispensable to (he ladlts. In the 40s and 50s husbands and wives not only walked the streets and appeared in the park inex orably linked, I ut it was the proper thing for them to enter a drawing-rooat a dinnerparty or a rout. You m.'y still, now and again, see very quiet, old fashioned people doing so. The wife, whatever her character or temperament, was held by society at large to be a gentle, helpless,dependcnt creature, too modest to be capable of entering a crowd ed party by heiself. Those were the days, to be sure, when wives never accepted a dinner Invitation alone; if the husband could not go for any reason, the wife meekly stayed at home, We have changed those drastic conjugal laws considerably during the last few years, and nowadays woman has not only learned to make her appearance in society without any male belongings, but you will occasionally find a whole table filled with guests who, none of them, belong legally one to the other. Who shall say if the change Is for the better? It is perhaps, too early to decide, but that we shall never go back to the old man ners and the old Ideals la tolerably m Brm-lnsa- Ho Fooled tho Surgeons, All doctors told Renlck Hamilton, of West Jefierson, O., after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he certain. A WONDERFUL CURE Of DIARIUIOEA. A I'llOJI I.NENT YlltUINIA EDIToB Ilml Alino.l Given up, but Vt'na brought buck 10 perleel Hcallli by Clmmber-Inlu'- a Colic Cholera nnd Dlarjrlioen Ilemedy. ItEADJUM KDITOUIAl Prom the Times, Hillsvllle.Va. I suffered with diarrhoea lor a long time and thought I was past being cured, I had spent much time and money and suffered so much misery that I had almost decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the result, but noticing the advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some el testimonials stating bow some cures had be;n wrought by this remedy, I decided to try It. After taking a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble, and I wish to say further to my readers and fellow sufferers that I am a hale and hearty man to day and feel as well as I ever did In my life. G, R. Moorb. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro, m won-derf- Rowe & Felix, st would die unless a costly operation was performed; but he cured himself with five boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the snrest Pile cure on Earth, and the best Salve in the World. 25 cents a box. Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. Clean blood means a cle.n akin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up tha laiy liver and driving all lm- from tho body. Begin tcnlay to Suritics pimples, boili, Llotcl.fi, blackheads and thai sickly biljoua complexion by taking Ccaret, beauty for ten cents, All drug-gittsatisfaction guaranteed, 10c,25c,S0c. Ileantr 1 Ulood Deep. ATTORNEY AT CKNTa.UTOWM.KY. Will prarllc-tiliiirol-M.lo- Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver aie out of tion tlrtu la A. Hone llullillwir. order All such should know that Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won derful Stomach and Liver Remedy, A. gives a splendid appetite, sound dl gestion and a regular bodily habit ' Haiitk)kd, Ky. that insures perfect health and grert Special attention given to all business energy. Only 25c. at J. II. Williams' his caro. Office In Court Drug Stoie, entrusted to House. mill ciuurllil Appenlk. Hpll attenanil Court ol collection. OIUc.lu W. ntlJuli.liiR-cunuilri- i In nil Tho Appettto of a Goat 8SS(SS)5SMSSK!i Tho Southern Railway. shawl." eight Sit t Southim Statu Kentncky, Virginia, Noulli CaroThrough "I'm willing to get hot," she re lina, Alabama, Tenneaaoe, Ilorlli Carolina, Uoorgla, and MlaalHlppl. two-third- Attorney at Law, R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN , e SAYlOfi. Full Modorn Equlpmont. it I The Tapir How ou earth do you manage to go at such a pace without Ky. Hartford, any apparent exertion? Will practice his profession In all the The Alligator I'm an automobile, Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties you duller. I just swallowed an eleccarclully and promptly at Collections tric eel. The Pathfinder. tended to. Office with T. J. Smith Attorney tvt Iw nl It &C., Market Street. Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession lo Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to allbusiness entrusted to bis care. J E.DAVIDSON, Ky., ed plied, rather pettishly. "Don't you know why she wears that shawl?" laughed her little brother, as he wiped some tafly oQ his mouth with the sleeve of his coat. "You be quite, John Henry," said the dear angel, as she turned a trifle red. 'The boy got out of her reach and yelled; "I'll tell you why "she wear's that shawl. Wben she goes on the river Bob puts his arm under it and hugs her, and nobody can see through the game " Then there was a scene. John Henry was driven summarily to bed, and the party started for the scene of the festivity wltkout the shawl. Tit Bits. 6463 Miles. Three Dally Trains Between Louisville and Lexington. Observation chair Cars. Trains leave and arrive Louisville from Seventh Street Union Depot, connecting with trains of the Illinois Central Rallroadand L. II. & St. L- Railway. - For Information, Address A. Whedon. P. CUIIK A COLD IN OXR DAY Wm. H, & I. A., 216 lijloi, Assistant 0. tb its. lo.lsiilli, Ii louistillt, Kj ?. A., Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Kts. All druggists refund money if it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has tf L B. Q on each tablet. J. M ,CU UV, Tral. n'K'r. W.A.TUKH, Urn.I'aaaAaTt Looking for a Squaro Proposition. An Australian, coming up on a cent steamer, felt (a with two sharpers, who led him into many wagers, says the San Francisco Argonaut. They were so invariably successful tbat he became suspicious that they were "fixing" the bets, but each new proposition was so tempting that be could not resist it. At last as they ap proached the Golden Gate, he counted up the remnants of his roll. "Gentlemen," he said to them. "I find I have just $ in American money left. Now, I will risk it all il you will let me name this last bet. " The others were curious, and knowing they could not lose much, consented, and asked what his proposition was. "It Is this," besaldt "I'll bet you fti that I can yell louder than the ship's steam whistle. Of course, I'll lose," be added, "but, by jingo, I know the whistle can't be fixed." re- SS&$sg.SSss9aJ WANIIIKGTON,ll.C. $ IM AKKANNAN, Csitral lailroi AND Hartford, VICTORY. Dlscovorod by a Woman. Another great discovery has been made, and that too, by a lady In this country. "Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood Its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed Incessantly, and could not sleep. She finally discover td a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, tbat she slept all night; and with two bottles, has been absolutely cured. Her name Is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes W. C. Hamnlck & Co., ol Shel bj, N. C. Trial bottles free at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. Regular size 50c and ft 00. Every bottle guaranteed. Memphis, New Orleans A Nil A OALIt-OH.MA- Ileal and Moat Popular Konta to, LI. 1'OINTN IN TEXAN, MKXUO . Will practice his profession In all tie courts of Ohio nod adjoining counties Carelul attention will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. 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" naaiMd. ff1 m asm smAftaltt. imn in 2 your treatment, aa I did, be thankful, 4ttO.( its Lrc.asr i iluff CAuS -- 'zmmmw - I ssmatraiiue-irs- r tan I am so glad I got your treatment. rTJ ."Siii UJM "WW ITiaVh. This month Is the first time in my Ufa L.xLz.m.z?-?Y!Pra-i- ii f ? m lIHfllS I Sill ' ft Wm,ltW7,IWH. ""."-- vmw that I can remember of having my ! m ftij Mi. i. menses without pain. Why, I ean't do it uiM4lMrilr((ij B2 anything but recommend Mbu Emma L, Ilolden, Wllberforee, 0. " fedlclna Co., ColumThe uoiuv wiui bus, 0., will mall Dr Ilartman'a special Book of Mt aant book for women, f reo on application, to wueu. Vfozacnonlyi er - AT - LA feeltlredont Whenlflrttbegantousa yourmfdlclnoIcouldn'tsweepmyowB room, run the sewing- - machine or lilt any thing:, not erennelmlr. Itevenhurt me to rlda or walk any distance. Now I can do all this, and I bellare mora, and never feel the effeota ot It. I U co proud ot the way It haa brought me W, out that I tell It far and near. I can Oas Lighted Vestibulcd Trains with Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free Reoliuing Cbalr Can to Memphis and New Orleaus. Pullman Tourist Car loaves Louisville every Thursday night, and ruus through to California via New Orleans and the South Pacific Sunset Itouto. Double berth rate from Louisville lo 8an Francisco only $0.50; proportionately low rates to lutermeulato points. Tho Truo Winter Routo to California. No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Blockados. MfR15!aiK,ill I. """.ivv.: ".TT wt sM d MFN i- -i r 1T WO MEN ,5 ti "f OOP a Mtk JTrjM II Uaao, fall to cute, refund meat Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not hesiSaw Thorn Do It. tate to administer Chamberlain's no Cough Remedy, It contains "Saw the sea lions feeding and opiate nor narcotic In any form and drinking on the way over," said Liarmay be glvln aa confidently to the iy. babe as to an adult. The great sues "Where were they drinking?'1 decess that has attended its ue In the manded the positive man. treatment of colds and cronp has wou 'In the trough of the sea, ofcourse." for it the approval and pialse It has America, Philadelphia North received throughout the Uuited States For sale for rifly Cat. and in many foreign lands tobccohblt cure, makes m by Z. Wayne G tiffin & Oro. mta suouz. blood pure. Mo, II. All drussuu ern Homo Seekers' Guldo, which Is replete with Interesting Information concerning the Southern territory. It will be mailed to you free. Qn the first and third Tuesday or each month Home Seekers' tickets are. sold to Southern and Southwestern, points at Special Low Rates, good to, return within twentyvjoo dsysfrom date of sale. Liberal stop-ovt-raugemonts. er For particulars write to J. R. Hoi-li- s, Traveling Passenger Agent for 0. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also tsk him to send you a copy of the South- A.ILHANSON.G.P.A., ClllOAUO, ILUH018. V. Ourtd wl A. Kelloud. A. Q. P, A Louisville, Ky. gfffpiwpiwy. iijw , BIIIW""1 ' www u ),iiiiiffBwr'wnyy" "ww luiiSBriS'lf IM '' wi" '. ifr j IPJff"" .nartford Republican. thoneil frlilHjn IIAItTI-'Olll- t Incorporated. IIII.11III1.)I1AM' l Ihe FON ROGKRS, KDtT. R3. LON ROGRRS, J Offlco on EoxStroot. Subscription, SI per year In advance ce at Hartford Entered at the as second class mall matter post-offi- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 'rfL REPUBLICAN TICKET. w. a. 3.Trz.oii, ol FOR flllVt'ItXOIt, llnllrr County. , FOR TOXZZT I.U'.lTr.NA.T-OVF.ItOII- ol IioiiImvIIIp. T.X.. FOR M'.l'ltKT.iKY OK STATE, ol Knox ronnty. lOlt ctarrsw x. &xuuxy. ol llopkliiaCoiimy, . ATTOIINF.Y (JIM: It A I., FOR AUIUTOR, 70XZ2T C. BWEZin: ol llnnrhoti Coumy. FOR THKAhUIlFIl, 'WJLXiVSR O. 33 JiTZ ol Ilrenltiltt Comity. FOR SUIT. I'UIII.IO I.VNTIlUtTION, TOSXiT 33T7T1S3, ol C'nniribrll Courtly. ol Fayrlln County. ol Ilnllrr County. FOU CO it'll OF AOIIU 1'I.TL'lti:. CAJPx.j.'wr.sarxioeacacoii'reiT FOR NT ATI. NEMATOR, FOR RCIltllSE.TATIVi:, ol nrnvrr llnui. FOR SlAfllSTRArr, . e. rrrsmron. Ol JIUIIClM. Ol FOR C'O.VNTAIII.i:, T12ZZ0233 ATiT.TiTT. Jingo. A QUEER REGENERATION. Yes, it is true that Mr. C. M. Pendleton has jhckeicd, hut what the cause? We will not attempt to answer or give reason, because it is the privilege of every man beneath the protection of the American flag, to change his opin ions as often as tho sun rises, but ere he changes, ho should have some valid reasons for the change. We sincerely hope that Mr. Pendleton has these reasons. Really, in justice to himself and the people of Ohio county, who honored him as their County Attorney, and candidate for Congress, and in justice to the Republican administration that gave him a 81,500 position for four years, Mr, Pendleton owes the public bis reasons for having stranded on the present high water mark of prosperity. From an interview with Tug Republican, ho does not appear to be against the Philippine war, and he is far from holding anything against Gen. Taylor. We should be very glad to understand this mystery for our readers' Bake, however, it is not compulsory, hut it is duo those honest men who have supported bim in the past. If we are wrong, heaven knows we desire to be righted, nd it might be passible that the same cause which brought about this political regeneration of Mr. Pendleton would convert The Rei'uiilican, its editors and its many readers We are indeed unable to see how Mr. Pendleton can bo foi' Geobel, when he stated in the pres ence of three of Hartford's best citizens, that he wan a door neighbor to Mrs. John Sandford, the widow of the murdered man, aud that Mrs. Sand-for- d was and had'been since the killi ing of lierhucband.Joliu L. Sandford, a total wreck mentally and physically. Ho further dated that there were at least 500 Democrats in Kenton county that would vote against William Goebel. But in spite of the knowledge of the conditiou of the insane woman and the personal knowledge of the cause, he declares that he will cast his first vote for a fit commander of the Rebel Hrsts in Hades. IF IT BE "BILLINGSGATE" MAKE THE MOST OF IT. The Hartford ReraMof Wednesday characterizes itself again with another article brim full, from beginning to end, of fraud, falsehood and knavery The Jletald poses as an advocate of honor, honesty and fairness 'alike in jiU'tialitm and politic to all of which all honest men, knowing what The Republican said last week and the Her-aslaudcrous reply of this week, would except and declare that the author of tho Herald's article is neither heir in whole nor in part to any of the traits mentioned and neither docs he manliest auy love for or desire to protect either. The Herald was challenged to an honest and fair discussion of the Goebel election law, wbich was refuted, for tho reason, it said, that the Goebel law was a part of the orgaolo law of the commonwealth aud that the editors of The Republican only re-- fcrred to that sheet in coarto abuse billingsgate. Its excuse was a makeshift from beginning to end, as false as ever fell from human lips, Tho repeated falsehoods that continue to succeed themselves in tho columns of tho Herald havo provoked us to express in uumistakable terms the plain truth which wo are prepared to defend with pen or otherwise. A goat in sheep's clothing is a goat still, a base and corrupt maligner of truth is false and corrupt still, it matters not how much he may slander another or attempt to conceal truth with falsehood or prate of bis high calling and the rectitude of his purpose. "Outward shows be least themselves." From the last issue of The under an article entitled "A Little More Truth," the HrroW took from the middle, of a paragraph, leaving out that which immediately preceded and followed, a sentence for its text. Tho comment which followed wai not upright, but wrong, intentionally wrong. It quoted: "Under tho old law the County Judges who appointed the election officers were chosen from among the best citizens of the Uommonwealtn, wbiie to carry out the spirit and intention of the Goebel law, the men who appoint the election officers cannot be upright and honest men of our best citizens," and omitted "The authority for this state ment is Trimble's letter to Thompson." Trimble says in his letter to Thompson: "Our county is all right safely Democratic, but city elections cannot be won with a fair count, and you know that as well as I do. Incompetent, unreliable Republican judges will have to be appointed. The right of the Republicans to indicate who shall represent them as judges, etc.,will havo . to be ignored, and the Election Commissioners will have to do of the this, or receive the city Democrats.'' Commenting on the sentence referred to above, the Herald said: "The Ohio county board is composed of Messrs. B. D. Ringo, H. P. Taylor and J. 8. R. Wedding (the latter a well known Res The Refcjiucan publican.) says the parties named cannot be good, upright and honest men of our best citizens. The Republican never said anything of the kind, neither intimated one single disrespectful word relative to the gentlemen referred to. The Herald knew that its unmanly statement was a makeshift, a base fabrication, a falsehood, in toto, pure and simple. If this is billingsgate, make the most of it. Purify your wicked heart, teach your wayward pen the way of light and you may enjoy the sunshine of a clear conscience. and Kentucky xrould consider aright, it is our opinion, that not a single minister would be (in the side of Goebel, which means all but Christianity. His deeds and past life cannot bo held up belore tho young men of Kentucky asaguido for their future and tho minister who attempts this brands himself as a vaga bond and a curse to the cause of his Master. Rut, thanks to tho Creator, we have only a very few of such min isters in the pulpits in Kentucky. The church took up the cause of freedom for the blacks in the recent past and certainly they will maintain that tor wbich they were partially diy vided. the liberty of every nan in Kentucky, both white aud black, is seriously threatened. This statement is disputed by men of politics, but when ministers of the Gospel, who have really never scratched the ticket of their choice, declare that the liberty of the people is threatened, there is certainly some force in the statement. These are facts aud no Christian gentleman dares deny it. That man is right who defends right whatever his vocation of lite may be To-da-- COLORED VOTERS, LET US The amateur detective is as humorous REASON TOGETHER. a character ai any of We have no better way of judging the future than by the past, and In judging by the past record of the Democratic party,what hopehaa negro for favor or justice lrom that party to justify them to assist In the elevation of the Democrats above the only party that ever favored the negro by any legislation. Remember the Dred Scott decision In which a Democratic judge said that a "negro bad no rights that white man was bound to respect " The fugitive slave law, which not only allowed a former master to go into a Iree State for the purpose of capturing an eicaped slave, but compelled white men, who were opposed to slavery, to The 13th, assist in such capture. 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution of the United States were passed by the Republicans against the united opposition of the Democratic party, thus giving the negroes of the United States three of the grandest blessings that any Government or par ty can bestow upon man, viz: "Lib erty, citizenship and the light lo vote " But the great objects ol dil satisfaction among the negroes at present are the Separate Coach Law and the distribution of pie. As to the Separate Coach Law, I would have you ask yourselves, "who passed that la?" It was passed by a Democratic Leglslature.over the opposition of the Republican members save two excep ' tlons, and signed by a Democratic Governor, and has been approved by every Democratic speaker in Kentucky. John Young Brovn signed the bill. And Senator Goebel says that he is opposed to repealing the Separate Coach Law. As to a distribution of pie, do yon hope for that at the hands of the Democratic party? If so, remember the wrangle in the Democratic caucus ft Frankfort, when J II Ely, (who was a negro), was a Democratic candidate for cloak room keeper of the Legislature in 1897, when many Democrats said they would vote for a yellow dog before they "would vote for a negro. Next, notice the poll tax law,which required every voter to produce a receipt lor his pull tax, properly signed by the sheriff of his county for the year preceding the election, before he would be allowed to vote. This measure would have disfranchised many negro voters in Kentucky. There were 60 Democratic members that voted for this measure, but not one single Republican voted for it With the past history ol the Demo cratic party tor a guide, what can the negro hope for or expect from their hands? But it seems that all ol the Instruments of political warfare are brought to bear upon Gen. W. S.Tay lor. For what ? I fall to find, upon investigation, a single instance where he has shown any hostility to the negro. On the contrary, I find him npon one occasion at the Morgantown jail with a few other companions risking his life in defending a helpless negro prisoner from the violence of an in luriated mob. Some will say, "Ob, that was nothing more than his duty to do so " Yes, but alas, how many tall to do their duty .especially toward a negro? Furthermore, when George Dinning fired on that mob in defense of his home and killed one ot its mem bers, and was tried by a prejudiced jury and sentenced to seven years 1m prisonment in the penitentiary, Gen. Taylor wrote a letter to Gov. Bradley with bis official seal affixed thereto asking him (Gov. Bradley), to pardon Dinning at once upon his conviction, and not to allow him to undergo the disgrace of being Incarcerated within the walls of the State prison. Tay lor'a position on the Separate Coach Law has been openly declared and that he is opposed to the Separate Coach Law. As to pie, Taylor assist ed in electing Mat Johnson, a negro, Janitor of the State bouse at Frank fort in 1897. It has been said that it was only a place of labor. Well, It paid four dollars per day and no hon est man should be ashamed to work Besides, it was all that the patty had to give, for you remember that the Democratic Senate failed to confirm the appointment of John W. Postell a. Steward of the Hopklnsville Asylum Now, my colored friends, I hope that yon will give some honest, sober thoughts to the history of the two parties and the men who represent their principles, remembering that one of those parties are going to be in, power, and, that it la the duty of every man to vote for that party whose principles best promote the welfare of his country and himself and not to be led astray by the false teachings of any Demagogue, though he be a man of your own race. Yours, most slat cerely, for the upbuilding of the negro race, S. M. Taylor. Shakespeare's or even clowns, himself. He Doeberry find the most astonishing clues. and generally follow them until he brings up about ai far away from the solution of the mystery as mortal well may be. But rmi 7Hm oiu ("WaaaV FALL STYLES BEADY! A full lino handsomo Plaids, Orepons, Broadcloths and other novelties in Dress Goods, now ready for inspection. Seo styles and learn prices. Handsome lino Porcals and I'neseua uiotn. Beautiful lino Outings and Flanncletts. FURNISHING GOODS. Ladles', Gents' and Children's Underwear, Gents' Dress Shirts, prices from 25c to $1 51 Good heavy work Shirts from 20c up Heavy Wool" Overshlrts, from 50c to f 50 Men's heavy work Gloves, Men's dressed Kid Gloves, in fact, we have everything in Ihe Furnishing Goods' line 1 deleated by the public sentiment, aud his only hope rests in his ability to count himselt in the Governor's chair. is already Goebel A Subscriber's Lottor. CHRISTIANS ATWORK. The dissatisfaction of the Christian ppople with William Goebel and his vile methods has extended to every church denomination in the State. The Baptist church commenced the war fare against the usurpations of Mr. Goebel and has been joined by every church order in the State. The Mcth odist conference in Eastern Kentucky denounced Goebel and many of their ministers are preaching his condemnation from tho pulpit. The Christian church is arrayed against him and his outlawry. Rev. J. L. Hill, of Madisonville, preached a strong sermon to his con. gregation last Sunday week denounc ing Goebel and his armed henchmen. Another Baptist Association has set the seal of doom upon the Louisville ticket. The North Concord Asspcia-tiocomposed of Knox and Bell counties, passed the following denunciatory resolutions unanimously: "Resolved, That we iudorso the action of the General Association of Kentucky Baptists in condemning the action of William Goebel, Stato Senator from Kenton county, Ky., in preventing the passage of the county local option bill, drawn by the influence of the Interdenominational League, of which Dr. F. II. Kerfoot, of Louisville, was Chairman, and call Old SoLDinm. upon all Christian men to use all means to bring about tho do "Ho that any good would Win" feat of Wm. Goebel for Governor of Kentucky, believing his election will endanger the temperance cause in Should be provided with good health, and everyone who would have good geneial; bo it further "Resolved, That we commend the health should remember that pure, manlv stand taken by Dr. Kerfoot. rich blood is the first requisite. Hood's with others, to get said local option Sarsaparilla, by giving good blood bill passed." and good health, has helped many a man tu success, besldesgivingstreugth THOUGHTS FROM A MINand courage to thousands of women ISTER. who, before taking It, could not even see any good in lite to win. A minister, from a neighboring county, who had been to his field of Hood's Pills are gentle, yet effective. labor, paused through Hartford MonRoustor Drown. day on bis homeward journey. This revered brother has seen the lull tops Calboon, Ky., Sept. 16 Richard covered wiih the snows of more than Taylor, a colored routter on the Scioto, sixty winters. He has witnessed the accidentally fell overboard while the stormy scenes of the civil conflxt in boat was going through the Rumsey the services of tho cause of freedom. locks Friday night and was drowned. He has stood iu the pulpit for more Judge Stevens held an inquest and a than forty years and has never per- veidlct was rendered accordingly. mitted himself to enter politics tarther As usually treated n sprain wilt dls than to cast his vote, as all honest citi- able the Injured person for three or zens should do, and in all his career four weeks, but II Chamberlain's Pain be has cast two Republican vptes and Balm is Irtely applied a complete cure In a very lew days He may be effected they were both for his neighbors. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, emphasizes the lact that he is 4 Dem- ruts, bruises and burns. For sale by tu ocrat, "but absolutely refuses to vote Z Wayne Griffin & Bro, for Goebel, and so expresses himself Doi't Tvtitco (fit sad tm Tar lift from the pulpit. And says as matters To Quit tobacco eaillr ana foreur. b mif lull now are, (hat he will undoubtedly pello.the ot III, ntrri and rigor, Uka nun that mtk weak troog, All drujgUU.SOoorll. CutSftiiraa vote for Gen. Taylor. Booklet tad (am pit free. Address teed. If all the ministers of the gospel in Hierllof Itemed Ca, Chlcsio cr How York. Hartford, Ky., Sept 22, 1899 Editor's Republican: Please allow an old soldier space in your columns to notice an editorial which appeared in the columns of the Hartford Herald under date ol September 13th. The editorial referred to is as follows and an Insult to all old soldiers: "The Pension Committee of the Grand Army ol the Republic in session last week reported a reso lution favoring the abrogation of Rule 225 passed by Congress and the re instatement of Rule 164, which makes It less difficult to establish pension claims." From the above editorial we con elude that the Herald would make It appear that the G A. R. Reunion Committee recommends the abolition of Rule 225 and the-- re instatement of Rule 164 for the sole purpose ol allow Ing the old soldiers to make a whole sale raid and loot the Trersury. Now this editorial was either penned through Ignorance or malice, and judging from the Herald's past slurs and insinuations concerning the old soldiers and the pensions paid to them by a grateful and patriotic nation, we conclude that the editor is pretty well stocked up with both Ignorance and malice. He says Rules 225, which Con gress passed, is well known by all who care to know that the Secretary ot the Interior formulates Rules and Regulations by which the Commissioner ol Pensions Is governed in the adminls tration of the Pension Board and that Congress has no more to do with Rule 225 or any other Rule than a hog has to do with the Sabbath. Yet the Herald would make it ap pear that the old soldiers want to trample under foot Rules and Regula tions formulated and pnt la action by Congress for the purpose of looting the Treasury as he says, of $60,000,000 yearly. Rule 164 waa formulated and put In action by Secretary Noble under the Harrison administration and Is the Rule under wbich Gen. Green B Raum administered the affairs of the Pension Board. On Mr. Cleveland's coming into office he called to the Secretaryship of the Interior, one Hoke Smith, of Atlanta, Ga., he it was who formulated Rule 225 and set aside Rule 164 thereby making It almost Impossible for the Commission er of Pensions to comply with the law No, no, Mr. Herald all the old soldier wants Is justice, and all they ask lr that Hoke Smlthlsm and Cle velandlsm may be relegated to the rear and the past where the people put them in 96. and that this relic of Hoke Smith, Rule 225,which the editor ol the Her aid holds so dear to his little heart, may be swept into the gutter and that the law may be administered in the same spirit tint prompted the enact ment ol this law by the Representatives in Congress of a proud, gener ous and patriotic people. the specialist In the detection of criaie. Sherlock Holmes, U a man who reads dnes, as the Indian read a trail. livery step he takes It a step to success. It's much the time way in the detection of disease. While the amateur la blundering along over misleading symptoms, the specialist goes right to the real cause and puts an arresting hand upon the disease. It Is In such a way that Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.. succeeds in hunting out and arresting diseases, where the leu experienced practitioners fail. More than thirty years of special study and experience nave enabled Dr. Pierce toreJil lymptomaa easily and ai truly a tke.Indian reads a trail which is without a hint for a less acute vision than hi. Any sick person can consult Dr. Pierce by letter absolutely without charge. Each letter la nod in private and answered in private. Its contents are held It is answered as sacredly confidential. with fatherly feeling as well as medical skill and the reply is sent sealed in a perfectly plain envelope, that there may be no third party to the correspondence. Thousands have taken the first step to health by writing to Dr. Pierce. No writer ever regretted writing. Ninety-eigIn every hundred treated have If yon are been positively cured. afflicted with any old obstinate ail you will be one ment write Address Dr. B. V. fearer health. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. I BLANKETSI BLANKETSI 60c, 75c. ft S. 1 35 $ 1 (4 50 and fa. Bed Comfotts Yea, we've got them, ranging in prices from 50c, 5. $' So. 75. J 75. all kinds and prices. t t Clothing. Fall Stock now in nnd ready for your inspection. A brand new line of Overcoats. line ever opened up in The SUSl'HNDitRS ' ' town and at prices to suit the Units. Department' blgMrlvcs We have in our Dimitftlc In Shirtings, lrom 4,",e to 8tfc per yard.' ' New Hall Style Dress Prints. Bleached and Brown Domestic, Canton Flannels , aud Bed Ticking lt Jfav tf? L!v)Qtf( 0. Mrs. Sarah Collins Smith, who will have aiif . ' r. ht school district, came home on a visit Saturday and Sunday. Mr. 13 n Rogers, of Hartford, was pHS in our town last Friday on special business. Come again, Mr. Rogers, we hall way like believers ot expau slon We organized a debating society here last Friday night, Isaac Foster Jr., President and H. II. Davis Vice President. We have one of the besl societies in the country. If you dc not think so, try us one ronnd. Mr. T. S. Woodward, one olom foremost young men and teachers, led last week to attend school at Rich mond, Ky. LACE CURTAINS. Miss Clara Pax ton, who has been visiting relatives here for quite a Special prices on Lace Curtains at ree. i: t.ae. while, left last Sunday for her home, t 35. $i 5", t and $2 35. See our handsome Rugs, in Louisville. Oil Cloths and Home-mad- e Carpets Mr. Chester Loney, of Central Grove We have just received a big lot ready-maSkirts school, H. H. Davis and Earl Davis and Underskirts. A lull line Flannel Underskirts, attended the teachers association at now ready for your selection. SEE THEM. Beaver Dam last Saturday. They report a pleasant time and good meeting, best one day meeting that his been held for years. The teachers a a general thing, appear to be trying tn Improve themselves in all particulars. Onr schools will be better. Patronf why do you not visit your school and help your teacher do bettei work? Pupils and teachers are always glad to have visitors and receive woidc of comfort and cheer. Turn out and help in the work and let us have ar educational revival in this county that will pnt ns in the front ranks. Maud charge of our Millinery Department this just returned from the Eastern Markets, where she has been for the last two weeks, selecting styles and purchasing stock. As you all know her reputation in this lino, it is not necessary for us to blow this Department while in her control. On Saturday, September 23d, season, has IT1 f Pi 0 The Millinery Department Will bo thrown open for your inspection. We cordially invito you to be present on that day. We guarantee to show you tho finest line of Millinery over opened in Hartford. de We carry the largest assortment ol Ladies', Gects' and Children's Shoes ever brought to Oh To county. Gentlemen, see onr handsome line of Bootees, High top bals, Patent Ltstl er bhotf, Vicl Kid and all chadts In tan They otc beauties Our pricestn this line range frum $1 00 to $5 no Our stock of Boots Is now complete. You should see them belore you purchase BOOTS AND SHOES. SCHOOL BAGS G!VEf! AWAY. On next Saturday, Sent. 23d. wo will cive uwnv to the school children of Ohio county a lot of school bags, in which to curry books. Every school child should not fail to call Saturday and' get one, FKEE. Don't forget the date of Our Fall Milliney Opening, Sept. 28. Notlco. In the District Court of the United States, for the District of Kentucky, in Bankruptcy. In the matter ol JefTorsou Board a Bankrupt. On this 18th day of Sep tember A. D., 1899, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt' lor discharge, filed on the 7th day of August, A. D 1899, It is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 14th day of October A. D., 1899, before said court at Louisville, Kentucky in said district at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, or as near thereto an practicable, and that notice thereof be published one time in Tub Hartford RnroDLicAK.a news paper printed In said district, and that all known creditors and other persons In interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petition er should not be granted. Walter Witness the Honorable Evans, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Owensboro Kentucky in said district, on the 18th day of September A. D , 1899. Tnos, Speed, Clerk. By Dudley Lindsey, D. C. R.T.C0LL.EI C? ,imllrelfgJ i5iJjs! club which has been In progress for ' some time at New Bamus. Mr. Robert B. Lee has sold out his entire belongings and located in Owensboro. We hope he may have sue cess in his new field of labor. Mr Jii Myers has also sold his farm and stock and will stait over-lanto Arkansas the latter part of this week. He sold his far of too acres to S. T. Daniel for $Soo. B C Daniel bought ol S. T. Daniel 26 nctes of land for $130. More anon Pro Bono Publico d SfJsm',TJ!rrJT'r'J:Jf fe jMTonoy by a X 9 mm Sold by I). Raw Bona Meal mm mm D. Corn and Wheal Grower $1 HVIctOL. Hoa?? ? , U L Sanderfur, Beaver Dam. Wheat Grovser $1.10 per hundred. per hundred Sl.40 per hundred. Soluble Bona and Potash $1.05 per hundred. aen. amtlimtn.l nut Cora ant Itutt, IVA.ut Orowi, lait ar II mail mtiOI-- l John P. oif.r. Htuttcti. Din c.iu tuifttl ptr j now 1 EfetoHtal&'faiJp-'aff- i f 01a she YOUR ATTENTION LOOKS you look old. Even psle cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint, menu may be deep, but they csnnot mike you look old. One thing does It and WE WANT TO CALL Poor clothes cannot mate SULPHUR SPRINGS, KY. todies', Men's $$ Aisses ghoes, peri's, Boys' and Qhil- dren's Qloihing. . oyer-stocke- d, To tho fact that wo havo now on hand a large and well selected stock of ' CENTERTOWN, KY. Is a It sounds just like It, but this iJ. wnndor-worke- fact; Reneer Brothers' flour mill Is grinding wheat and making good flour. This, you see, Is another trust. Republican combine of brain, muscle and energy. Get out of the way you narrow minded antl expansionist and monopoly reformers, A social was given our young people Saturday night at the home of P. H, Ross on Main street. Many were present and had an enjoyuble time. Let's have another one? No serious sickness, but many are on the grunting list. Rogers Brothers, of Beaver Dam, were here last week with their well drilling machine end cleaned our pub lie well nicely. If you want water abut them alter it. Mrs. 0. B. Botkctt, of Clear Run 3rtfv Sept 18 Quite a pall was cast over this entire community last week .when it was announced that R. H, Daniel was dead. For four months he lingered between life and death. At times hope would seem to be in the ascendency and then iu its turn wonld come dispair till at last on the nth inst at 6 o'clock p. m. the dark winged angel settled down npon his couch and R. II. Daniel was dead. To say that an honest msn, a truthful man, a kind and obliging neighbor, a kind and an affectionate father and husband is gone, is but expressing it too feebly, for we have known R. H. Daniel intimately for 34 years and If he had an enemy In the world we have yet to hear or learn of it for the first time. Funeral services wereheld at the cemetery at the hour of internment. The bereaved family have the slncerest sympathy of the entire community. Miss Bettie Weller who his had ty pbold fever is convalescent. Miss Myrtle Ralph, of Magan, is visiting Miss Lena Johnston, at this 4 place. Our school under the supervision of Mr. Gilbert Holbrook is progressing nicely. The young people of the vicinity are having quite nice and profitable time In a literary society and debating never fails. It Is Impossible to look young with the color ot seventy years in your hair. As wo do not wish to carry any of t'h'eso' Goods over, in fact wo aro rather wo will for tho . .. a. I llair I vigor tell-lil- i 1 ft NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER:' v And give you good Bargains in the above;! mentioned lines. Wo mean business and it you arc in need ot these goods itwill'pay . you to como and examino our stook befdroV buying elsewhere. Our stock is now and,, up in every rospect. " to-dat- o ' S. Levy a & Co., Beda m - Ky. brines bsck the At fifty your Iialr may look as It did at fifteen. If thickens the hair also; stops It from falling out: nd cleanses the scslp from dandruff. Shall we send you our book on the Hair and Its Dlsesses?, gradually permanently postpones the a signs of age. Used according to directions It "C2J w "' color of youth. 1km Bmmt AmWhm Fpf, If roil 4 sot li uu all lb t Uvm U. fiu f o b Vigor, vilt. th doctor obout IU rroktGlr Muro U uni dUnouliT Also McShorry Wheat Drills. O. D. "Sure Will the Harvest Be" ' II' you um; 13oof Blood and Bone, Bono, Blood and Potash, or: Armour's Raw Bono. v' QUICK, Doalor, Boavor Dam, Ky -- rr .. MtS with rir lutnl ilium wokfc. fow m m. 5 a-- L- "rtiPWWP W("rWKF,!-tKf- ' "iiywwi'uKini - - -- r '""Jtos Its many. -"hantsi' 3 M to cooking supper and while out milkROSINE, KY. ing, the house caught fire from the V K33 3T.AZI4 DXAIrno. Miss Kate Watts, oi Louisville, who flue ol the Btove, and when she returned the house was nearly consumed formerly lived here, Is visiting Miss You it miking a good beginning when by the flames, so mnch so, that she Rosa Thomas. Miss Mollle Hunter, who has been you commence to (tJte Hood's SirstptrHU was unable to save any of the houseOur Fall and Winter StockJs most complete. The class for tny trouble of yoor Hood, stormch, hold furniture, except n feather bed quite sick, Is Improving rapidly. Wm. Myers and wife left Tuesday kidneys or liver. Persistently Men, this or two. It was Indeed humiliating to of goods we show aro such as bear tho imprint oi best great medicine w& bring you the good end- lose all her possessions that she had tor South Western Arkansas where makers the styles will merit your hearty approval, lor ing of perfect health, strength nd vigor. saved during a lifetime, but she is they,expect to make their Juture home they represent tho newest, and our careful prices can not With a House Chock lull of more fortunate than many others. Mr. Mjers Is one of the oldest citizens but induce you to purchase freely. In making your Fall She has a new house just completed. of the county aud will be greatly The many friends of Mrs. Taylor will missed by his lriends and relatives. EmSMimmmnE and Winter purchases, ii will pay you to make our store receive this news with sad and symSam St. Clair is on the sick list. your trading place. We Pledge You Best Values. pathetic hearts. Wm. Curley and family, oi LouisThe people are surely getting linn Mrs. S. E. Wcerncr left yesterday ville, are visiting the former's moth gry ior sewing machines. Gross er. Williams says he sold ten drop head for Galtsvllle, Texas, where she will NEW DRESS GOODS. Mr. Dave Allen has moved from DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. spend several weeks visiting her Singers last week. his tarm to the Lewis property in Leading Novelties In Woolen brother, Mr. II. D. Bennett. Mrs. Never In better condition. II you come to the fair don't iorget town. Dress Goods, Including the new Yard wide Bleach, 5c. It's pricing them to you at their actual worth that Is to bring your watch or anything in Wccrner made Tim Repoblican a Esq H. F. Myers and family visiplaids lorSllrts.Venetlan Cloth, Heavy Domestic 5c the jewelery line that needs repairing very pleasant call before leaving for ted why thoy aflord you such excellent opportunities for ecoR. Campbell Sunday. for you, said four different physiBlack, Wool and Silk Mlxtd Good Linen finish Crash, sc. her extended visit and asked that it to A. IJ. Pate, Jeweler. nomical buying. They represent the ideas that aro in the Rev. Glvens filled his regular ap- cians, but I still had sufficient left to Crepons, Broadcloths, Henrieshould bear the news to her while ab Heaviest Bed Ticking, 15c try Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, as it lead best weaves best coloring best values. Prints, 4c Every, lady in Ohio county is invit sent. All persona leaving Hartford pointment here Sunday. tta, Serges, etc. Get our prices money refunded if it leaks feath. Sheriff Martin was in town Monday. was highly recommended to me. I ed to attend the grand Millinery op for an extended visit should follow CANT BIJ BEAT. BRIGHT- era. to 5c. Duck and Chiviot Suiting, 10c. Uinghams, 5o to Mr. Robert Cbllda and family, ol had suffered for years with heart ening at R. T. Colllna' dry goods Mrs. Warner's example. EST aud NBWKST In Wash 27 in. Check Cottons, sc trouble; so bad was my case I was 10c. Factory Cotton, 4c to Cc. Canton Flannel, 5o to Horton, were the guest of Tom Allen atore, Hartford, next Saturday. Goods, including Ginghams, Had given up to die several times. 50c. Table Linen, 6a Inches Beaver Dam is a live town and her Sunday. ol 10c. Flaanel, 13c. Percals, Ragllsh severe palpitation, short breath and Serges for wide, 38c. Mra. Will Fair returned Sunday men are energetic and progressive,stlll Judge R R. Wedding passed through much pain about the heart, fluttering Skirts, Prints, etc. 54 In. Table Linen. 15c. from a visit to the Louisville Milieus tbey get dissatisfied and change their town Tuesday. and smothering spells, but Dr. Miles' 54 in. White Table Linen 2jc. ery Market where ahe purchased a vocations as do other townsmen. Charles White, of Olaton, was the Heart Cure gave me prompt relief NOTIONS Good Canton Flannels, 5c. nice line of goods ior Fair & Co. Messrs. K. V. Williams and Edwin gnest of Charles Crowder Saturday. and finally a permanent cure. Table OH Cloth, isc. Mra. J. L. Tailor, Ow.ntboro, Ky. M. S. Ragla'nff&'Sons have added Latest Novelties in Ladle' John Cox, colored, who broke Into Cooper bought the livery stable owned Good Straw Ticking. 7c. Neckwear, a box car at Horse Branch a lew daya by Messrs. J. M. Porter and Baz. Toy. very extensively to their already You'll hardly wish to look elsewhere, for the winsome Six Spools O N.T., 25c. ago, was captured In Louisville and lor Saturday and entered upon the large stock of goods. Ladles' 20c Ribbed Hose, 10c styles aoJ the low prices will aflord you the utmost satisbusiness oi the transfer Monday. We lodged in Hartford jail yesterday. Novelties In Ladles' Belt. Walker Myrtle, of Horse Branch, faction. There's always an assurance that you're buying predict success for these gentlemen, was in town Saturday. ii told by all drurgists on cuarantee Casttecl Belt Buckles, 25c. SHOE DEPARTMENT. To-dcolored people cele- since they the first bottle benefits or money back. the newest styles and mod dependable qualities, when you bnslare both The ice cream supper at the home Ribbons, all the Fait Shades, We are In a position to save brate the anniversary of their Eman Book on heart and nerves tent free. ness men. buy furuebings here. of Mr. Wm. Thomas' Saturday nlcht Dr. Mile Madleal Company, Elkhart. Ind. to 7jc per yard. everybody money this winter. ic cipation at the Fair Ground. All are Latest novelties In Pompadour, Ladles' Grain, button or lace, Invited to attend. Admission 10c. Tbe Teachers' Association at Beaver was very highly appreciated by all Combs. OFFICIAL PROGRAM Run Dam last Saturday was a splendid present Shoes.Ji 00 others want $1.25. Why will people buy "Cheap John" success. ". t Newest out la Headings, EmLadles' Pine Button Shoes, $1 There were about Ohio County Fair. broideries for trimming Gingbetter Shoe than some want sewing machines when they can get working teachers present and The Dewey Rocoptlon will bo a the Singer for 10 cents a day? hams, etc. all seemed to be imbued with the $1 25 for. Handsome Souvenir Well You can't afford to miss the Fair. Gross Williams, Agent We begin tho Hepteoiber selling with handsome stocks Worth Prosorvlng. Ladles' Leather Pocket-bookspirit of progression. No place is Come, bring yonr family and Irltnds. Ultra custom made Ladles' Mr. J L. Rowe spent Sunday In better adapted to the needs ol the in ever lino. Wo feel fiat the low prices we are enabled Fine Shoes, lace or bntton, cloth SC The preparation of the New York LeltchSeld and was accompanied teacher than the Association, and evMartha Washington Corset or plain top, $t 50. A Now Business Enterprise. to offer for the right qualities will bring your trade State official program oi the Dewey waist for children and ladles. Prlesmeyers' celebrated line-n- one home Monday by his wife, who has ery teacher.who absents himself from our way. reception Is now In progress, and orGood Corsets, 35c. equal to them $2, $1 50 been with her parents for several this body, commits a crime against A new bank will be opened at weeks. himself and should be arraigned before Pretty Handkerchlela, ic to and $3 00. October 1st Mr, C. M ders are received from all over the Complete line ot Children's 50c. Miss Flora Margnerite Bertelle and his school as a reward for his care- Thompson is President and Mr. A. B country and abroad for this great poplessness. The schools of the county Riley, Cashier, The capital stock Is ular souvenir oi this national event, New fancy bordered Handker- Shoes 25c to $1 50. Mlas Mary Green Lawrence, oi Louischiefs, sc Men's Fine Shoes, $1 and ville, will assist Miss Margaret Nail will never be graded unless the teach- $15,000. The bank will be known as which indicates thellnterest manifest and work for the same the Bank of Llvermore and will be in ed by the general public in the great Fast black 26 in. Parasols.soc i.5. in a concert to be given In Hartford, ers That fits you perfectly of tbo materials that are fore end. Ladies' Sleeve Vet, 15c back, September 29th, 1899. Best corporated under the laws of Ken reception to be extended to Admiral most, is the wish of every good dresser. We make them Men' Good Ribbed Vest. 25c. new Brogan Shoes, i 25. tucky. Llvermore is a business lit- Dewey on his arrival in New York, To Wed Octobor 18. For Wagons, Buggies and general up in just the stylo you prefer we follow closely fashion's tle town with about 800 population. September 28. The State legislative Blacksmlthlng, Horseshoeing, etc, lines, atid give you stylish results. We would suggest It has four mills and two more under committee, of which Senator John Tub Republican heralds the news call on McIIenry Manufacturing and construction and Is located in the very Raines is chairman, has perfected all to its host of readers.annonnc that while our line of overcoatings from the tailoring Machine Co. Tbey will make you arrangements iorthe Dewey reception. ing the marriage oi Mr. John T. Moore best country on Green River. It is at prices to suit the times. house of Edward Rose & Co., Chicago, is now complete, Mr. George T. Parker has returned the confluence oi Rough and Green exand Miss Mayme A. Ross. October from Washington, where he had been that you make your selection. Every style here that is Mrs. Margaret Westbrooks was ad the 18th is the day set apart for Owens-bor- o the rivers and is connected with in consnltation with the navy and judged a lunatic Tuesday and Judge happy occasion. The day, ill w right, and lowest prices, and the kind of tailoring you'll by the famous L. & N. R. R. on which Miller appointed Mr. George Snell to man fulfills Onr own Gus Riley is to be the Other officials. The indications now naturally prefer. the divine law of his Cre arc that from an artistic standpoint convey her to Hopklnaville Asylum, ator, in claiming as his own, one ol cashier of the new enterprise. It can the State program wilt be equal, il the home of the feeble minded. heaven's brightest Jewels,is the crown truly be said that no better young man not ruperior, to any souvenir program could have been .selected for that reMr Lon Hoover, of near Beda, lost ing day of a lifetime. of like nature ever published. The his baby Friday night with flux. It "Swectday, so cure, so calm, so bright. sponsible position than Gu's. nis official design adopted by the commit having had two years experience in was bnried Saturday, at 1:30 o'clock. The bridal ol the Earth and Skyl" tee is an Illuminated cover illustrating banking business with his father in In the Hudson graveyard. We regret At 4 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon, the life ol Admiral Dewey irom his very much to learn ot the sad news. October 18th, 1899, the friends oi the the Hait ford Bank certainly qualifies Templa Of KY. him for the duties about to be assum- entrance to thejNava! Academy to the It ia generally conceded that when it contracting parties will congregate at ed, besides his experience in the Bank battle ol Manila Bay.whlch is life-licomes to Millinery, Mrs. Sara Collins the Methodist church in Hartford to here lie is by natnre a business young and realistic. The vivid picture ol Smith knows all about this business behold the nnptial ceremonies of this man, the Behind .the Guns" is but a SXJWXKSCXVfl Don't tall to see the grand opening popular young couple- Tiik Republican most assuredly fitting tribute to the gallant men who Mr. Moore is and has been assistant display under her chargers! R. T, wishes htm great success in his new fonght with Dexeyon that memorable Collins' big dry goods store next Sat- cashier in the Bank of Hartford for a May morning. The portrait oi Dewey Miss Mary L Joplln Ulliabcthtown number of years and his work hat vocation. urday, the 23d. in the center, under the eagle and y Jsfht. Is the guest oi Miss Edna Griffin. been oi such character that he has flags, represents the "fighting ComWhen you come to Hartford If you Economical Writing Machine, a riveted about him the golden bands ol modore" in his uniform as Admiral of FRIDAY, SBPTEMBRR 22. Miss Minnie Rowe Is visiting Mr have a watch, clock, a pair of spec unwavering confidence of his friends. CoobocM on xtmttflc prindptts and the Navy of the United States. Scenes Henry Field's family this week. taclea or anything In thejtwelcry line of ttmpU puts. It Is th most dartbU While Mr, Moore is quiet and unas from the battle oi Manila Bay, and machintmMde, Joh.iG.Uaw. I. B. Iirba. Repair tilts Mft redmxJ to that needs repairing, don't forget to suming in Mra. KHz Gray, Beaver Dam, it his demeanor, he la a pleasthtmtnimm. It Is tte ftilVitaBWrn and Throckmorton, other interesting matter, and among bring It to A. E Pate, ' Hartford's visiting Mr. B D. Rlngo'a family. ant and genial young man, a man other features an engraved reproducjeweler, and get it repaired. He whose company is songht and enjoyed Re'member, the Richmond Laundry guarantees all work to give tion of the sword to be presented to satlslac nt Smith Prtmtcr Typewriter Company, by all. The young lady, thus capturis the very best Clkvk Ilbr, Agt. Judee V. H. Holt and Hon. J.W. Admiral Dewey.ns well as a tion Prices reasonable. 421 Walnut St. , Cmoinnatl, O. 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky ing such a man, should thrice con- Throokmorton, Republican nominee of his commission as Admiral, signed -- Proprlator of Don't forget R. T. Colllna' big gratulate herself upon her victory. tor Commissioner oi Agriculture, will by the President of the United States, There has been a protracted meeting MILLINERY opening next Saturday Miss Ross has been for sometime speak at in progress at Green River church ior and sent to the Admiral on behali ol When needing anything in the liv- the past week conducted by Revs. D. the(pride ol Hartford's society. Hav the people and Congress of bis country. ery stable line, patronize Field & Son J, K. Maddox and son, Ed. From re- ing spent her youthfal school days in Portraits of national, State and city Hartford College, under the tutorship authorities wilt be likewise Included, Mi's Alice Stafford Is again in charge ports it Is the best revival held in of Dr. Wayland Alexander, she grad ARB RUNNING A 1 the Senate and Assembly of the State ol Carson & Co's. millinery depart that church formany years. Twenty-on- e uated wun mgn nonors in 11190. sue converts have been reported, one Is highly cultured and refined and is will be well represented by engraved went. Everybody, cordially invited. one of the most intelligent and acol which has been an arnnt Infidel. portraits oi the Senators and members. Mrs. Julia Davis has returned from complished yonng ladles oi Western Many other features, together with a two weeks visit to relatives In What Is Intended to be the most Kentucky. . Public Speaking. the full official program oi the naval oT a court magnificent display of Millinery evey This union is the result and land parades, will make this procounty will be opened ship, most agreeable in character, exFor the prettiest and cheapest mil- shown In Ohio Capt N. T. Howard, Republican gram well worthy of preservation as a tending through a number of years up at R. T. Colllna' dry goods store and Is hoped linery see the hats at Fair & Co's Satit that that same con- nominee for State Senator, and Hon. memento of an extraordinary event next Saturday. Lovers of the beauti- geniality of spirit may continue for- R. C. Jarnagin, Republican nominee in the history oi the Empire State. urday, ful In headware should not deny ever. Orders, enclosing the prlce.JS cents pas- Mr. B. D. Rlneo ia out on an ex Tjib Republican desires to con ior Representative, will address the pleasure ot being presrecently taken charge oi tended trip to Bowling Green and themselves the We have gratnhte both of these young people citizens of Ohio county at the follow postal note, should be sent to George ent. T. Parker, treasurer, 253 Broadway, the Likens & Ross (table and now Frankfort on the event ot their marriage and ing times and places: On account of annual meeting of wishes for their future unbounded New York, aud they will receive Saturday, September 2jd, Select have the best equipped stable In the Remember the Ohio county Fair the Louisville Driving and Fair As- happiness and prosperity on life's Cromwell at night. prompt attention. Green River Country. Good teams, golden sea. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HOUSES Monday, September 25th, Frentls good wagons aud are prepared to fill commences Sept. 28th. and continues sociation the I. C R. R. Co., will sell GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE "One good turn deserves another." three days. night. tickets to Louisville and return at drummers' orders on short notice. GreerSriarat Hotel. Tuesday, September afttb, Taylor- - Those who have been cured by Hood's Wagons for sale at all times. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Blankenshlp.oi rate of one fare for ronnd trip. Tick" Sarsaparllla are glad to tell others Farmers, bnslness men and all vis town Hopewell at night. Buggies for sale at all times. Beaver Dam, spent Tuesday visiting eta on sale Sept. 25, 26, 27, 28, and first- Hartford and Beaver in Hartford. September 27U1, Koclc about it Return limit Oct. ad to 7th. itors should stop at the Commercial Wednesday, Proprietors of 29th. m Hotel durlnsr the Fair. Cool, tidy port Echols at night. . S. B. Van Meter, Agent Dam Mall Line. rooms and an excellent table. Rates Hon. George A. Prentice will speak Gross Williams will sell you a good Monday, October 3d, Hartford McFare lor trip to Beaver Dam, 25c. second-bansewing machine for fro. at the court house Friday, September The musical entertainment to be $1.00 per day. Hay, and your IIenry at night. Best ol Feed, Best of W, B. DbIIaven, Prop'r. the 32d, in the interest of the Demogiven by Miss Margaret Nail Septem See him at once. Tuesday, October 3d, Beaver Dam horse will receive best attention. cratic party. Everybody are cordially ber 29th, bids fair to be the greatest COLLEGE NOTES. Taylor Wines at night during Fair week. Messrs. M. L. Heavriu and A. C. Give us a call Invited to be present. treat ol the season. Miss Bertelle Is Wednesday, October 4tn. Koslne Taylor were In Fordavllle on legal Yours truly, Prols, Morton snd Shultz. as well as t dramatic, soprano, a MoutK Pleasant at night bnslness this week. KBOWN & MARTIN, vocalist and would highly entertain severs of the students, attended the Thursday, October 5, 'Horse Branch Hartford, Ky. Union the public herself, but with the as- Teachers' Association at Beaver Dam Mr. D. L. Miller and wife, of Saturday, They report a splendid Hopewell at night county, are visiting relatives In aqd sistance of Miss Lawrence, oi Louis- meeting. Fliday, 'October 6th, Olaton David See the new Neckwear at Carson & near town this week. Miss Nail, we pronounce ville, snd Judge Jos. P. Miller was a welcome son at night HAD Co's. It a grand success In advance. visitor at Ex Tuesdsy morning. Saturday, October 7th, Sulphur Messrs. S, A. Anderson and T. H. Mr. John II. Mairan. of Sutphnr Mr. D. J, Duncan, Greenville, I In ' Capt, John G. Keown and Mr. R. Springs, visited students here on Sat- Springs. Slack attended the Taylor speaking town," Monday, October 9th, Beda Hefllu B. Martin are now In possession of urday last. at Calhoon, Monday. Collins' Millinery Opening Saturand am afraid have in& Ross Livery Stable by " Prof Shultz made a flylnir trio to at night. now the Likens Schrceter'a Floating Studio is day,. do not feel herited it. Tuesday, October loth, Buford. country Wednesday morning. right of pnrchase and are prepared to the Mr J. D. Stewart visited relatives New' Capes and Jackets at Carson & at Calhoun, and will return to IlartV give their friends the very best ac have cough: my Wednesday, October 11, Bell's Run well; tf commodations. These yonng men near Beda Saturday, ford, December the 1st. You can save 10 to 15 per cent, by buying your Co'l- Bartlett School House at night lungs ore sore; am losing Mr. C I i'atton spent Saturday at J. II. do? .at Thursday, October nth, Magan flesh. What shall McGuffey's spellers 10 eta Lumbor, sash, doors, shingloa and building Hon. E. E. Settle and Col Wm. P. are worthy oi success and we hope it with relatives at Pleasant Ridge, Your doctor says tako care of Williams. Mlasea Minnie Rowe. Marv and DeanGeld at night tho Cornor ot Inglo and 7th sts, Thome, Goebel Democrats, will speak may reach them upon a fair trial of Prlduy, October tjtb,tnavllle. yourself aad take plain cod -- liver their ability aa Liverymen, They Jessie Smtfh, aud Mr. R. K Riley SeeCar5ou& Co. kr Pure Raw In Hartford. September 23d. were pleasant callers at Ex, WednesSaturday, October 14th, Fordavllle. oil, but you can't take it. Only have the good wishes of everyone. Bone Meal. ' I have one ot the best assortments of Choice Lumber in the Judge J. P, Carson and daughter, day morning. the strong, healthy person can Monday, October 161b, Shreve State, and can makellt an object to you to obtain price for your lor Misses Florence Morton and Time Trlsler at night The Colored Teachers' Institute take It, and they can't take It Millinery opening at Fair & Co's Mrs. A. E. Pate, leave Bach, town, and Mr. Oran Wallace, lumber. long. It Is so rich it upsets t&o Bvansvllle for a short visit. to morrow. Tuesday, October 17th, Narrows stomach. But you can take "7i'!Chur8day ol this week, was in many county, are among the recent matric nines' Mill at night ulates or our school. baby died in New Dress goods of all klnda at Mr. Clint Carpenter's I sell strictly for Cash, which means, that you will not have respects the best ever held in the needing some help Prof, Shultz Wednesday, October i8tb,Shroader Carson & Co's. Bast Hartford, Monday night, aud county. Greater Interest was mani- in hi spelling is class. Would some to help pay any bad bills when you buy here. School House at night In Oak wood cemfested than In the previous Institute, one kindly consent to help the Pro. Mr. Henty Carson is all smiles. was bnried Tuesday Monday, October sjd, Centertown etery. lessorf and the teachers are seemingly more It's a fine girl. It is very palatable and easily The Adelphlans held quite an in- at night. The Fair Company have made ex determined. The colored schools of teresting session last Friday night Tuesday, October 14th, Point Fleas digested. If you will take plenty New Prints, Ginghams and Ducks tensive preparations and this bids fair the county are fast Improving and it Subject for tosnlght: Resolved, That ant Church at night of fresh air, and exercise, and at Carson & Co's. steadily, SCOTT'S EMULSION to be the best Fair ever held In the is hoped will soon be equal to any ru- nature Is as great a teacher ol Divinity Wednesday. October 35th, Equality The following officers aa inspiration. 8ee D. L. D. Sanderfur's "ad" on county. there is very little doubt about ral school. church at night. 10 were appointed by Chairman Bell ior your recovery. Pertillxera in another column. Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, Thursday, October 26th, Ceralvo Prof. Geo. H. Balrd and W. R. Mrs. Eliza Jane Taylor, of the CI I ft y the ensuing terrat A E Etlis.crltlc; There are hypophosphltes ia It; C, M Pendleton made Ths Blsckburn will address the colored Sulphur Springs vicinity, lost her S. M. Wilson, J D Stewart and C. L School House at night. Mr. give strength and tone up the they Rkpublican a pleasant call Tuesday. voters st McIIenry, Wednesday, Sept. house snd all Its contents Sunday Fatton, censors. The yonng men will Speaking begins at 1 and 7:30 p m, nervous system while the remember that the doors ot our COHXEH HEVKNTH ANB IJIULt. HTHXKTM, C. F. KUOWN, oil feeds and ndurisbes. She had nstitutlon are always open Ior the You are invited to attend Fair & 27th, and IJsttford, Thursday, Sept. evening about 7 o'clock yjc J Si aa, dniuliu. Ch'm'n Campaign Committee, 38th. JtlndUd a fire ia the stove preparatory reception ot members. SCOTT OOWNB, iWUi, Ww Yetk, Co's pUsJws; ol Millinery ",Good Beginnings Make Good Endings, No Hope - 4t So the NOW READY FOR YOU! front yard-wid- Tew pall 3ocd& SoMapwUflk oods mmmmmmmmmMmm Winning September Styles. All-wo- Good Furnishing Values. Heart Cure DR. MILES' 1 ay , sixty-earnes- ' SEPTEMBER BARGAINS. re, A Stylish Overcoat Our line 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: Mori him, CARSON CO,; HARTFORD, t pair & Qio., frop rs. ke Hartford Republican. The Smith Premier Typewriter J Republican Speaking Bolt 8 ""3?! HARTFORD, MONDAY, OCT. 2nd, o'clock p. m. HENRY FIELD & SON TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will moot all Wri Umj Slil. senger trams at Beaver Dam. Commercial d super-excellen- GRANDMA CONSUMPTION I I I I a class Livery and Thoy also keep a Feed stable. Leave jrour order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted their care will have especial attention. FIZ1V OK f rop'rs. ma-torlal- 'j SAVE MONEY! I EMULSION SCOTT'S OOme txxxL j&.sl. Prioo. - - IBT33- THEO. Ed iESCXXisTy cod-liv- er DESXrLISTJBfVIILaai.ia, 11 JgaMhpMjf-fcyW- ' if. aaaM ,. t 1 . w crL-- l r 1 -- onsen mikw& v 2vl artford Republican. I'KIDAY Sl'PTUMfKR at BIG SEARCHLIGHT Thrown on Gocbel's Record In Constitutional Convention. THE CLAIMS OF HIS FEIENDS Are Middled In Ono Volley of Facts From Approved Journal. A TEW THINQ3 GOEBEL DIDN'T DO. Prnvlelnn Prohibiting; Ihn Con.ot. Idatlott of Parallel Italltnad Unci Dun Not llatnntr nn III. blln Aeetiin Ll.t of ThK plliluneut. r Mr. doebel's friends have been busy In fabricating for him a record wbleh may win popular confidence and support. Based, however, upon absolutely B false assumptions and statements, It falls to pices with the slightest handling. The 'Hon. I. II. Goodnight, In a epeech delivered at Franklin on the Slst Inst., gave, according to the report l, of his speech In the "n sketch of Goebei s legislative career. He said Goebei framed that section In the present constitution which prohibits railroad companies owning and operating parallel lines, and discriminating in Vate3 on long and short hauls, and the bill which mado the offense of beeping a gambling house a felony In Kentucky." No matter whether Judge Goodnight actually made these statements, or the Courier-Journinterpolated them in the report of his speech, It Is in either vent an effort to aid Goebel's waning fortunes by c!alri which a moment's examination of the Journal of the legislature and of the convention would have discredited. For the reputation of the bench, we trust Judge Goodnight does not In court accept as conclusive such statements as those on which ho bases bis defense of Mr. Goebei. As Judge Goodnight has not the time nor tho Inclination to furnish the evidence In this case, The Evening Post will do It for him, and In a form which will save him a great deal of trouble. II. The bill making gambling a felony was something with which Mr. Goebei had nothing whater to do. It originated In a crusade In Louisville against open gambling. The attorney of the "League" was Mr. John B. Baskln of tho Louisville bar, now commissioner In bankruptcy, and this bill was drawn by Mr. Baskln. In the legislature the bill was In Charge of Mr. Dana Smith of Larue county. What Mr. Goebel's attitude was we do not know, but for the law os it stands the credit Is due not at all to Mr. Goebei, but to Mr. Baskln and to Mr. Smith. III. Next, as to the claim that to Mr. Goebei Is due the credit for the constitutional provision prohibiting the consolidation of parallel and competing lines: The original resolution looking to the preventlonof the buying up and operating parallel and competing lines is found on page 1C9, and is In the followCourier-Journaal v. 1S The next matter of Interest to tho public In this connection Is the constitutional provision establishing the railroad commission. The original resolution, with reference to this subject, was offered by Dr. J. D. Clardy, subsequently a member of congress, then a delegate from Christian county. This resolution of Dr. Clard'y's will bo found on page 143 of tho "Debates." Referring to page ICC of these we And a resolution offered by Mr. John. D. Carroll of Henry, relating to tho same subject The report of the commttteo on railroads and commerce, to which these resolutions were referred, In the first section thereof contained practically the clause which was Anally adopted In the constitution. The debate begins on page 4991. The only part Mr. Goebei took In the discussion and passage of this meas ure was to offer the following amendment, which was rejected by a voto of CO to 9. "When Jurisdiction Is conferred on the board of railroad commissioners, all the power, Judicial or ministerial, necessary to carry It Into effect, Is clso conferred; and when In the exercise of Jurisdiction within the purview of the authority conferred on said board, the cour;o of proceeding Is not pointed out, any suitable process or mode of proceeding may be adopted by the board which may appear most conformable to the spirit of the constitution." VI. Amendments were offered, but Goebei neither spoko nor offered amendments as to this matter; In two roll calls show that he was sent during this discussion. Mr. any fact, ab- LOTTERY CASES. jt:t. Full Exii'anation of Gccbcl's Connection With Them. TOOK A DIMINUTIVE PAET Plunked When the Time For Action Came at Washington. TATLOB MAlDE THE EEAL FIQHT. Prompt AMinn of Latter, Irre.pertlra of the Wabbling- Taetlca of Ooebel, 6ecured the Deolalon of the United State. Supreme Conrt. ney General Taylor that Senator Goebei would not appear, and sugsested that the case be postponed. The attorney general objected, and the case was argued and submitted. After this had beeu done, Oct. 13, Senator Goebei appeared and asked permission to make an argument. His request was re fused. Ho then asked permission to me a Drier, wnicn was graniea. Alter waiting for some time and finding that no brief had been filed, the attorney general Insisted on the case being reported. The prompt action .of the attorney general alone secured the prompt decision from the supreme court. All that Mr. Goebei promised or soutjlit merely made delay Imperative. The attorney general's oral argument was short, but It covered the case, and is In fact and almost In substance, tho opinion of the supreme court IV. W. Sanders oppiared for the tottery Major Sanders told Attorcompany. Carlisle ana Major O. General Directory. Governor William O. Utadley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-iugtui8TATK OFFICIALS. COUNTY COURT. Jas. P. MlliorV M. 8. Rngliititl,Clerk Harttord, M, L, Uciu'rin.AUornoy-Htirtloh- l, Jutlge--Hnrttord- . i. 8eoretaryof8tate Charles Finley. quAitrcitLY COURT. Attorney General W. 8, Taylor. Bcgius on the second Monday in Auditor Samuel (I. Stone. each mouth. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. COURT OK CLAIM8. Commissioner of Agriculture, HorConvenes first Monday in January, rtml ticulture Statistics Lucas and Tuesday after the Bocud Monday Moore. Superintendent Public Iustruction-- V. in October. J . Davinm. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. N. Muxley, Surveyor. Register Land Office Chas. 0. G. D. Roynl, Assessor. Reynold. Fan Rogers, School Supt, Insuranco Bureau Commissioner-- D. L. W. 'lluut, Coroner Sulphur V. Comlugore. Springs. Adjutant General D. R. Collier. C. R, Campbell, Poorhoti'r State Librarian Mies Paul Deane Keeper, Hartford, I Court convenes each month. first .Monday in i Mm iW nfYWiilll !flilWlWrfrKMMj Ift V tJlBlpSP' 'iw?ifrj Rloglnthenew Riogout the false Ring in the true" We brine to vou the new and true from the plney forests of Norway "Rlnjouttheold DR. BELL'S ilanliu. JUSTICES' COURTS. Tho Evening Times, Mr, Goebcl'a organ, will have to be called down by Its master. In its edition yesterday It Inaugurated an Investigation Into one of the least creditable chapters In the professional lite of Mr. Goebei, when It printed a communication relative to the lottery cases, signed "New Light." As no one Is apt to get new light on any subject from Ooebel orators or organs, and as the whole purpose of the communication In question was to advance claims In behalf of William Goebei which are in direct conflict with the whole history of tho case, wo reproduce the statement, which Is false In every implication, and correct It by a plain story from the official records. The anonymous slanderer thus attempts to poison the public mind: II. "It hath been said that Mr. Taylor, the Republican candidate for governor of Kentucky, Is a. much abler lawyer than Mr. Goebei, the Democratic candidate, and Taylor had written a wonderful brief, to which Goebei did not contribute a line. Ithath botn said that a certain lottery case had pended in the supreme court of the United States while Mr. Taylor was attorney general for a long while, and that Mr. Taylor made no motion to advance the case. "It hath been said that Mr. Taylor, when the case was at last called for hearing, agreed with John G. Carlisle to pass the case to the next term of court, thereby enabling the lottery venders to operate the lottery for six months longer, notwithstanding the circuit court had charged the grand Juries to refrain from indicting venders of lottery tickets until the cose was decided by the supreme court of the United States. "It hath been said that William Goebei, while not so famous a lawyer as Mr. Taylor, had he been attorney general of Kentucky, would not have agreed to postpone tho case; that he would have said to Mr. Carlisle, 'I am sorry I cun not accommodate you; were it an ordinary case I would take pleasure in granting the request, but this is a cae of great public interest; the case has already been In the court over two years; your clients, notwithstanding the court of appeals of Kentucky has decided adversely to their claim, have, in the face of that decision, continued to sell lottery tickets In Kentucky. " 'I could have moved the supreme court to advance the case, and bad a decision In 90 days. In view of the fact that the supreme court had already decided in Stone vs. State of Mississippi the very question Involved In the case, and that decision was against your clients. I failed to make that motion, and tho people of Kentucky think I should havu made that motion. You have had over three years to prepare a brief In the case. I simply expect to clto Stone vs. Mississippi, and rest the case there. You are too good a lawyer not to know that that case Anally settles your case. I do not think you ought to ask me to postpone tho case for six months, and therefore will not consent to pass It.' " III. Governor Brown, Nov. 1, 1895, employed Senator William Goebei to represent the state In what are known as the lottery cases. After the Inauguration of Governor Brown's successor, Senator Goebei called on Attorney General Taylor and advised him that he had been employed by Governor Brown to represent the state. He was told by the attorney general that he was glad to be so advised; that he was new In his office and very busy, and was asked to prepare a brief, which he promised to do. After a time the attorney general communicated with Senator Goebei, asking that the brief be sent to be printed. After delay Mr. Goebei Anally advised that he had not time to make brief, but that he would argue the case In the United States supreme court. Tho attorn" general went to Washington, arriving the evening before the case was to te called, and was exercised by his Inability tq learn of the whereabouts oi Senator Ooebel. He had already prepared a brief and hurriedly prepared a short argument When the caso was called, Oct. II, Wo thank the friends of Mr. Goebei for catling attention to this notorious case, in which there Is no action, no utterance, no lino that Is creditable to Mr. Goebei; nothing from first to last that Justified his appointment So clear was all this even to Mr. Goebei that we believe he has never had the face to claim a fee, at least from tho state, for his services. Evening Tost. the claims put forward by Judge Goodnight In behalf of a client who has absolutely no standing in court He comes as a claimant for the property which by an unquestioned title belongs to other men. As a matter of fact Goebei exhibited no particular Interest lu any of the affecting provisions constitutional railroads, with which the general public Is most concerned. And as a member of the constitutional convention he pursued the same policy which has governed his conduct In the legislature. He Is the author of that provision of the present constitution by which the "representatives" other than the Immediate dependents of a person killed in a railroad accident are permitted to recover damages for the whereby the death was occasioned. He was looking after matters which affected law practice and did not trouble himself about discriminations In freight rates, or long and short haul distinctions. Nobody would criticise him for this, were It not that he and his claquers are constantly trying to make it appear that he, and he only, has striven to protect the rights of tho people endangered by corporato encroachment This is the second chapter on the career of William Goebei. The first dealt with his career as a lawyer, showing that he was as ready to bo a corporation attorney as any one, and also showing the reason he was not more often employed was his failure was almost uninterrupted, Indicating no unwillingness to serve the money power, but lacking that ability which commands success. Evening Post Go much then for The Goebei speakers have persistmk I mm ttrcoc lira M. A. llrUaUtt, ttduma, Kr. ently refused to divide time with the Brown speakers, and the Ooebel comFor Solo by Z. WAYNE G RIFPfN & BRO. OHIO COUNTY. CITY DIRECTORY. mittee ls sending out the Macedonian W. II. Dames, Judge. cry, "Come over and help us," to CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens speakers all over the country. This J S. R. Wedding, Attorney. 8?.Wj5 OV&E TOWN TRUSTEES. looks like the Goebei managers were lioro. iv.ior Di.m ui rai luir r. o. o. ,i,kuviii..t:.u, ... .ti R. K Cox, Ch'm'n. Hon. J. Edwiu Rowe, Attorney afraid of something. T9 " u I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. nfirtlT nunfic-tiwTn.uli n r.rrarfrmu, Owensboro. U1T uitmtca.t im llkwul Tril CMII3UT 1CA,II 10V I iU Wiri J no H Bean, Sec'y. Mr tk.tr.i4it lc..i OUR SPSClALrHlCS3'C. T. H. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. aad rrtbl cbarrw, kM lball.09 Ml rua erarr. A D. White. S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Preston Morton Post No. 4 G. A. Rowan Holbnxik, Master Commie- un pat la rit.ifci i,nraM- Ldtofit dlvlo For t0390 iyii, l J. OwiIm ItAI tramlM Huit Sea.? R. hold their regular meeting Saturti au t linnet Harttord. lliu.if jt, j, ., r Mtrr hi,, taj,:.-.day before the firft Sunday in each whM. Oraa atjwau jHim tllaa G. B Likens, Trusteo.Iury Fund t 'I'.'!. KrAhtr tl&avtlj ' '" rtW.'n m n month in Court Hal at I o'clock p. iiVh)Ij-.i, a,u h(.-.Hartford. W A. Cavson. Com. Irt.l. f,t ,3t ,:, itj la,i nfilm, .tna A druggist In Macon, G., sjys: "I 8. T. Stevens. Sheriff Hnrtfnrd. in. V:.Xl.W'H....H..t".4.a.ti5: 6W-'t'- l ...a?4 have sold a large quantity of Mother's John C Chamberlain, Artjt, v ns,i4idWiri' i.i..iv i.t.torij. vrtti AHmit S'.JI03 Ti- - 1 ., ' i.lmh. MU.CO - ? .: :v. Deputies D. M. Hockcr, T. H. Ben-tn- u, Inkj cjmsFt. ;$ or .a co. .v "O'lT'M. Friend, and nave never known an :j.?.' R. U. Martin and W. II. Timdoy. ILL. CO. l.JIC. r?OE3'.J?K stance where It has failed to produce the S5AH4. If you work the Rk tin v good results claimed for It. All women Court convenes first Monday in agree that It makes labor shorter and less March and August and continuesthree rutiLlCAN Is prepared to accommodate fiiniul." weeks, and third Moudny iu May and yon. Give in a call All work Vovember two weeks. I'tiarantced Court will be held J no C. Wood, chairman; J. F. nt Fordsville on March 1st, June let, September lnt and December lfl'h Dempsey, II, 8. Irwin, Secretary B. F. Graves Court will bo held Samuel F. Brown. nt Butonl on March 30, Juue 29, Sep CONGRESSIONAL. tc'nber 28 and December 21. Hon. William C. Lind Reuators 8. J. Wkm.gr Court wil' be held say, Hon. W. J. Dcboo. nt Sulphur Spring on March 28, June Representative Fourth District 27, September 20 and December 23. Hon. 1), H. Smith. H 13. Taylor Court will bo he d at Cromwell 011 March 4, June IU, STATE LEfllSLATURE. September 2 and December !) Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. ' W. A R .ne Court will bo held nt Representative Ohio County Htm. Centertowu 011 February 13, My 29, R. C. Jarnagm. 'August 28 and November 1. RAILROAD COilMISflloNKIiS. I T. A Evan tsrw '3Srl SKS.UtT"" $gm ..C !, nt s - w tyiw&sm K ' ',:ii: This utm e-Trio- ney mam I AM YEARS OLD. and may rtuwir aquai lu lir. 111 Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Pcrnwncnt, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and All Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs .in J Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worrated ; the microbe-bearin- g muius is cut out (lie tickling Is removed, an J the Inflamed cause of that membranes are healed and soothed so that then Is no Inclination (o cough. HOLD DY ALi. OOOD DRU0QIBT8 Dottloa Only. 2Go., COo. and $1.00 89 It alvra riuk-- and frmaotntrrtkf tncrpa4rrllMmiirandfnli1a, rtmrjira a line nevrr need BE SURE VOU GET Dr. Slitt Bell's Pins-Tar-Kon- oy 3EMD COLLAR )) iiil ALL it .11 aa-- V lai.-rt- . mu.-ti- ,ri..:t..ir 1 an-- rfc . . rj Wt.' , ontwi.-'vrfto-iiL.x- 7 . d jb mtai r ranz.firil MftfT'l.t. lfeJIl I iliT MM Mother's Friend is not a chance remedy. Its good effects are readily experienced by all expectant mothers who use it. Years ago It passed the experimental stage. While it always shortens labor and lessens the pains ol delivery, it is also o. the greatest benefit during the earlier months of pregnancy. Morning sickness and nervousness are readily overcome, and the iinimentrelaxes the strained muscles, permitting them to expand without causlngdlstress. Mother's Friend gives great recuperative power to the mother, and her recovery Is sure and rapid. Danger from rising and swelled breasts Is done away with completely. bottle. Sold by druzzliU (or SI THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. S..1 CURE 1 a fjfl aaj aflT 'it. P ' ap J J JWaVy I I f J J fi FOR BLOOD POISON. if they had never allowed themselves to be dosed on mercury and potash, the doctor ever give for Cure Yourself at Home. only remedies which tho blood poison. arc wnouy unaDia to get to 01 The doctors this vile poison, and only attempt to. heal up the outward appearanco of tho disease the sores and eruptions. This thov do by driving the poison intp the ystem, and enasavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash and moreury. The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break out Into sores, and the tght Is continued Indefinitely, the drugs doing thosystom more damaen than the disease uoeir. Mr. ILL. Myers, 100 Mulberry St., Newark. K. J., says: "I hod spent a hundred dollars with the doctors, when I reallicd that they could do me no good. I had large spots nil over my b:dy,and these soon broke out Into running sores, and I endured all the suffering which this vile disease produces. I deolded to try S. S. S. as a last resort, and was soon greatly Improved. I followed closely your "Direcand the large splotches on my tions for chest began to grow paler and smaller, and before long m ulappe"jett entirely. 1 was 10011 cureu perirciij uuu myskin ha?Heen fts clear as glass ever since. I cured doctors had failed completely." self at home, after the It is valuable timo thrown away to expect the doctors to cure Oontnalous Blood Poison, for the disease is be yond tholr skill. Swifts Specific off to-d- There Is not the slightest doubt that th Beware of the Doctors1 doctors do more harm than good In treating Contagious Blood Poison; many victims of would be much bettor You Can this loathsome disease Patctiwor Aug. 28. LEXINGTON HERALD State-men- ta That no railroad or other corporation, or the lessee, purchaser or managers of any railroad or corporation , shall consolidate the stock, property or franchise of such corporation with, or lease or purchase the works or franchise of, or In any way control any other railroad corporation owning or having under Its control a parallel or competing line; nor shall any oillcer of such railroad or corporation act as officer of any other railroad or corporation owning or having the control of a parallel or competing line; and tho question whether said railroads are parallel or competing lines shall, when demanded by a party complainant, be decided by a Jury, as in, other civil Issues." ing words: "Resolved, This was offered by Mr. Twyman, the delegate from Larue county. Mr. Edrlngton, page 1731, offered another resolution on this subject almost Identical with the resolution of Mr. Twyman, hardly so full and explicit. Both of these resolutions were referred to the committee on corporations, of which Mr. Boles was chairman. The report of that committee Is found on page 3C34. and the section 12 of that report Is Identical with the section of the constitution except for the omission from the section as reported of the word "brldge"and the words "or structure" In two places. The debate on this measure begins on page 3711 and ends on page 3731, and Mr. Goebei did not offer any amendment, nor did he make any remarks In favor of the measure. Indeed, as there was no on thle measure, there is nothing to ehow that he was even present roll-call Pulire Out Iiiarruraclre Id Some .if Mr. Gobftl. A candidate for governor delivering a carefully prepared speech has no excuse for making Inaccurate statements. Since the repeatedly and practically undented statements of Captain Stone It Is peculiarly Incumbent upon Mr. Goebei to be strictly accurate. Yet he seems to be quite careless In his statements. We do not know how many have been deceived, how many corrected; but as mere samples to lllus-- " tiate this carelessness we select these: He dcclaicd that although Governor 3rad!oy had vetoed the election bill he had since said it was an improvement on the old law. Governor Bradley promptly denied that he had ever made any surh statement. Has Mr. Goebei ever retracted that statement and given to his audiences the denial )f Governor Bradley? To Justify his charge tliSt the Lexington convention was the creature of railroads and other trusts, ho announced that Mr. P. W. Grlustead, who represents a publishing house, was present at the convention. Mr. d publishes that he was, on that day In Monioe county. He made certain charges as to the politics of the officers of election In Bell county. The charge was promptly shown to be a mlitake. Lexington Herald. Grin-etca- Utmim lll,nt,tl Uk tit ip.ctit awtti.n. ATLANTA, OA. M 11 M W &M A housekeeper living In Pcnnstlale, Pennsylvania. had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabulcs, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. 1 n atjl plrrt eontMalia t atr.v v.eiTM ll a raa;ebfa-roartvaTlla lo rrt.i-.- rt 1, iahHttM for ik. lathwl il.alla To r.r eale at mm .ad U. aoonomlr!. L'aiaioTa ef IE cartoaa n ubalr.) 'an I bad br null b Madlix J mat. l Ik. ruril Coar.aT, No. le hpniM Hlrart. K.w Turk-- ra Mnvl. Mrton(HH riaMUkt wdi a Mat ror 0, eaata ktraaf taavutaiaaralae be bad oftrrvocra, vaM trekran.a.waa-MUaUtaaer .tore a4 barber aaaaa. aets in an olson out of tho system and gets rid of It entirely. Hence it cure tho S iseose, while other remedies only shut tho poison In where It lurks forever, constantly undermining the eonstftutlon. Our system of private linnie treat-meplaces n cure within the reach of nit. we give all necessary medleal advice, free of charge, and save the patient tho embarrassment of publicity. Write for full Information to Swift Spoclflo Co., Atlanta, Ga. S. FOR THE BLOOD S. S. different way from potash and mercury it forces the entirely a.t rrr 3EJJPJJS QMS DOLLAR IS JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE EOctS. CHILL TONIC CMt TASTELEBS aiiiutcti urn. giaaa naum otuiin, rtr.itic.u. b.. ..awtta i.bL.iIm. YoufMUCxautlaa It at yoDrnaamt frcU' t ajlt rojRnJIt ca.tlraa raprcwalrd, ciiualtoor ul. tbit .tail at Itt.oltatUO.OU, tliaiiraatrt valuajtooaTtr.iwana a. ,rWltertaananaa4TerllMUT)jotliar at 'rr,ry 7iItrfiB.,r'Sr4BBt dit, Iw.'' V. ji. s..j .,( f.rtiVVvflS ., fKl . e" Vfa;'). ,' -- t .tt:r.nwen,. o.jta :, - ,Sv IlCi. 31.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE 1TJK. c2T trV '. rF I ...ib..fc hurh rm alter ww tMvar a.oJ b,rare. ItTMT V y&F&lJbryi' HE ACME OUEEN Uon.oltiia-.uDllullU.AJVrom tba lIlaitratloD.how i.wliidl fcu la.lraM.aT. ...rai.d.. i, JIV41 'viR .tticrari!(lillrtit;trrouiaphotoirrftpb,70QcanronuM,mai, paotlta ,. K r, 4 '.- - iWaUa VT-htutirul apiiaaraaca. Mad fraat aalM aaarter aaard .1, ,k,anllquuilDl.h,liand.oiulvd.coratlaiiUoniamiili .ryfiffK t$JZ t?SS-YSJja-- Tll aCltDltal uafartalucluabi u, tr.tiaalt.t.la,turtle, wlda and w.lKhi U0pou.i(la, oou- - fJf 7 v - u'3tfXlt fr liKlitf.l'iiiir.al .Ti?ri T! y.V v- ' IMaaaua, rrlariaal, llnuctave,lllopfcaJtullowil . M , . 3 -i. iklana, K.Uila- - l.l.tl. Cra..., JJ.M i.uvUr, Trail ,&S &AZ u-- ' .,.tvSail'.1 '' hAWWMtW; ' I 1 ST. iilfV.'JtSjT'fliTjl AjJvJVfiwsL iJ tnl ,$?, wf'K',;. TXSfc'? . i LtA .Tr? 'trijtl ! r Jt KM' CASCAIIF.TS for with tvhich liaro been unnoted tor over twenty years, and I can nay tUut Cuscarcit mora rollcttbnn any other remebavoitlvennie dy I Ir.tva crcr tried. 1 ahull certainly recom-meI tliem to my trlomN u being nil tbey nra represented ' Titos. Uii.laiiu, Lijrlu, 111. CANDY "IIihvo been tialng Insomnia, I OitATTa, ILLS., Nov. 19,1133. Parla Medlelae Co., Bl. IaiiIi, Mo. Centlemeni We aolit lut rear, (TO bottlea o. ailOVK'S 'f A8TKLKM) C1I1U. TONIO anj hav bousbttbreo srosa alroadf Ibla year. In all oar experience of 14 roara. la tbe drug bualneei. bavt lover aold aa article tbac gave aucu unlvoreal aatla Vouratrulr. UcUoa aa juur Toole. ADXKV.Cana 4 Co For sale by J H. Williams. A.' W. the Announcement TKADI MA. MITIIO Do vie Oood. toe. tie. lOe. IV. Now let us take up the "long and ehort haul clause" of the constitution, for which credit la claimed by Judge Goodnight for Mr. Goebei. On page 172 of the Debates of the Gooil. Pleiient. Palatable. Sl.rll. ... Potent, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Grief, n tiros. HU' I U'UNU spidand !()( i; Vobacfo llahlt. slats to ..; CURE CONSTIPATION. I ...;, (!!, X..lrf .1. S. T.rt. Ill ... Constitutional Convention, It Is stated (hat Mr, Edrlngtoo, delcgato from tun rui.ara ana original resolution on this subject, ts .ca mm oft --all f,:i to Sailve. as hamilves aa It ti urc ISo. boi Jruiil.t or ty malt, OIAVP CIIKMICAI, CO., noo ( 8t.. I'litln. via, niiiv oiu. new, earn, . follows: "It shall not be lawful la this state for any railway company to charge for freight or passengers a greater amount for the transportation of the same for a Ires distance than the amount COKED with mtatili Ii.'iii.titrfi. natrrurw charged for any greater distance, and fnjtnv thiinatnil ra. In tta chIImI hatMl-suitable laws shall be passed by tho la jt at leant n( all ytuptonia rumor general assembly to enforce this 1 Tratltuonlala anrt TEH DATS treatment free but excursion or commutation DR. B. II, GMUH'l SOSU.Doi K,AllauU,Ua tickets may be Issued at special rates." This resolution was referred to the committee on railroads and commerce, Mr. Whlttaker, chairman, and section ItelleUo )ron uf a mechanical or Inventive tulntl dfilttogatrlptotbo Parle KxioiltluOt wtiUBooa IS of the report of that committee, talary aod r i pen... p.M. triouht write with one or two Immaterial verbal Tim 1'ATIiNX iUXOlll), lliUtliuore, Mil. changes, la Identical !th the section now In the constitution. The debate thin oC aoui Idea Who etojilimine on this measure begins on page 6171 Wanted-- An tales patent? IdeAij tb.jr Protect you Wealth. the Debates of the Convention, and Write Jour WIDDCHUUHNrriay trlorf Patent iltor. of CO., ,B,,r Wwa'aitoa, 1- - cr nd on page 5163. Several verbal and llat at two luuulrexi (uTMUout 'JU) VrU War Rous6t!o tor DROPSY and cure biliousness, sick 1 headache, Jaundice, nausea, Indlgcs tlon, etc Tbey are to. yaluable to prevent a cold or' break up a fever. Mild, gentle, certain, they are worthy your confidence. Purely vegetable, tney can be taxen by children or delicate women. Price, 13c. at all medicine dealers or by mall pld liver, ft DlLLSt I Notloo. Illinois Central now has on sale, and con Tourist tinue the same willSept until 30111.1099 round tup sum raer tourist tickets from all points on its lines In the South to a large list ol sum tuer resorts in the North double daily service to St Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville en ables one to reach quickly and rniti fortably the mountain rehotts of Virginia, the White Mountains rtnd Sea side of New England, the Thousand Hands, the lake and forest resorts ol Michigan, Wisconsin and Mlnne-ota- , the Hot Spring's of Arkansas, the Ye' lowstone Park or tbe resotts ol Colo rado Tickets and full information as to rates In connection with the above can be had of agents of the "Ceutral" and connection lines Wm, Mutiny, Dlt. fan. Aftnl, Ntm Orltam. Jo. A, Scott, Din. tall, Agint, Mtmpklt, S, 0. Hatet, Bin. fait. Aatat, Cincinnati. Iti-to- "-- .' frl..lp.l u..4a, . "Oi I ,air5C-'i- V lj 4ai ,',l .Cj.Ti1 J t - ' "SVY' the hlabat.tcradalmtruili.Dtiirittd with llba. J V.. alu Ult IK.lrar.IU, , ,JS5''ZS','tf' V,J atlicr.,atc..bllowtol0.aL..lruUarcioUi,s.ol i'V "lll&ir ,H.i.twand ne.t Lather It valve. If.E ft) KijPmLflM,HVffP 1 kVT.i7. "?1 Utts VriicU lulrror, Dlcksl tUtJ pAtial frraesi, tj ver mutJtrn Ituprovemcat. W rraUI rm fcu.4-HmI u4 tht Wttraa ItutnittltM Irook pbll4. rH IJAHAHTEED 25 YEARS, aii uwritlan blaatuir euarbt. trthti rtm ui conditions o? wtlch If n y prt give out u repair it Try ilonHi.ti.na i wiltIrDfurtil your moncv it you vr doi ncrrecur ftMcfirtrMvrt'anUII4BOMU31,U. .tliflt AT ONC'I'L 1M1NT IlLI.AV. HI! Kit JTJvr-Jt: .ilIUlaiUlalBAV'arBU JJ T i.rA5W 'II ! UH HELIABlUTY IS ESTABLISHED httXiT.T5ij,ti" -ilvait wltn n. a.K your uelabUir abuut u write it tf.rirc ubiltbur ot Ible ppror i.,rn.ii,iaj i.uorai ink. or Corn li:cLtDJNt.liQk. (.'hlcaifot or (' rmAn Kscbant llank, NwVori oranrnllnadorrrcraea n muiy la Ciller rpiiBi as rr aiuu,Uv'o.iii iTaiji aniira on o, an laiva.. au.inr u.,b.i vtv arlxonuika at ?,eo.. api flax Da, alliao te.tru, and e,iurj- tiaart s,tKM puople In our own bulbiiiiir. 4 net aleverjtbliiir la muaicat ln.tnimnt at low.t wbolvMlaorb' Write tor tree awicUlortfen. rUDt. I miiakaJliutnimenteatalOffa. A4dreu, latULUwlMtt Ce- - r ftHrMfbf 'J MllaHfc bll.n . TM7S. ROEDUCK CO. (lab), Fulton, Deiptalnei and Wsrnun Sti.. CHIOACO. ILL. iinatonllaailiilUf . uiVk .ii '.ncon.Utniieclbrttdl(.-.llliwdMWliicliaMon- .a ui..i. u. M.tn ri,..i.( lllKACMi:! 1 lu.la,llHilartiraraSMlpl.Ula LI.Nao- - 91 ( a ulln it '.,t ? ."j?a NI'll t'sS"STVfcAYj vBJm t't Miii A lS,V, V (?.'.) ij.' '&l I'Im' ITia'JKSt itt alHtii' rrrfrhrg. nvr j",4 Jfoj i ... 'ftp.:S!r:? &&Wu 1"" Ifirvv L It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride nil day In n Cotton Parlor Cafo Car (25 cents for a balf day). Seated in a revolving arm clislr with plenty of space around you, you can as much freedom and ease nn you please. If you are, a smoker will enjoy tbe large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch. The ladies will dtlleht In the splendid ladies' lounging room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing ropm adjoining. You can have your meals In this car at any hour you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long as you please to eat it, and you will only have to pay for what you order. Belt large enjoy you ThoCottouPeltlithoillntt HnetoTeiai. It tralm run thruutli (rum Cairo and Memphis toTexa without eliauso. ,Ilm't winuoctlout are mado at Its junrtlona far all )art of Tex",a. ! nitla.it Territory, Oklahoma unl tlu For Wet. rite ana ton u wuereyou are comic ana vvdou ynn vrui leave, ana wo wui tell you rt.at your tit ket will cost, which trala to taVo toiniiko tho heattlmAund ronnrctlona, autl will ecntl you aa lntevoetltit; llltto tonklrt, aiatr iuuai . s: tt5l V4i4 LOUISVILLE, HKNDERSON Union Depot, Seventh and River. & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, XX3B XT 3SrT33T', ZAJUROXC :t, 222 Fourth Annuo. f. V. 1000. JaWF M USIMHK UIUDE, Cn'l fiu'r ul III lit., BT, LOUIS, MO. W,i.MiQl4fll,TiaV.riia'r,L, ti j ttisttu tjiiiim, ionsi!tE, vt. Wi St. Louis to Louisville & Kast .QCMH. Mtfk Louisville to St. Louis & West. WMToeiow), T rt W I su. vu(aiiuraiu HJ ui. mint Nn. 46 H...I.!.!,1. IW V tr w tur No 44 No 45. f No. 4t. K.J.'J Jl' '..,.fJ'.'iW'y7MHHl IfNUrijAar.nfcl UIJlJ'JI.J.IIlllli VHifk WUHlA MALrliHt "J rlini l, V. PHDJVfl H 8:55p m tuui.BiiAatiaiiiiv " 7:5611 ui ii kt your ueintx irmti qdji anil ' .j8;jsp ni Leave St Louis Leave Louisville 7:45a m Mfti U cbU ihfnMllai high m 160.00. twi, " Owensboro ll!4'ia nt 1:58(1 in " Mt.Vernon tiiliTlSl lUCtJlIS TOU LIEU UCAItU Of, p.i nr S!JW.WVJ7MpPy Of fur " Kvansville 2!20l m ftnof rrvIzLlCiifti-irtt2:45am tniMMMtour . Snecial intv Moo Prjca ttlo,ou Henderson UM5P 12:551 w Tii '.lis Womllesi, tor r& 1:25) in Evansvllle " Henderson 2:46p m 3:10a in lrIK?n.,ll,!!iI-lf't,l,ll- ', MUM1MU' you tr' wnumttiiilod ch lioitlf Al'tl THIALlQ TOUT 0U 1:151 ni IIturn you iriMilE. Ir "' ', m ttreuwil m&tt ! fttUi " HrwUc XntUlntt tlnotl.H, tlO.00, 111.00, f Ovenbnio 4:00a 3 44p m " Mt.Vernott, 111 li.004tD. til fullf Jrltatt ! iiu iu.i. Nlu. r.i.i... 7:30a m '.'?i;5?,.'i..P?F,rF.S?.?.AVNCTIlunlIOlc Arrive St Louis 7:32pm 7:20a m Arrlvp luisvllle 7!45p m . - linBltrV II aaoaia W4 Ma HMI- &S1 wyt3ygSa, n S TrfKSi 1 1 w w z.otrro"VT:x.E.i3 Leave Louhville , . 11 Hawesvtlle, , Owcnsboro, , ' Hendercon. . Arrive Evansvllle , No. 41 vo BVAlTaVTlXU No 43 hi io:4op m . No. 45 A. H, HAHSOH, 0, F. A W. A. KfUOHD.A.OJ'.A. Lnlcagc. umuwi, ". vau Alt persons having claims against the ettsteot P. E Bratcher. deceased, ate notified to present the same, prop etly proven as rtqulinl by law before rue at my home one hall mile Uat of Ceralvo, on or before the first day ol October, 189$ or they will be lorever D W, Kiuukl, Adm'r, barred. 8 for P. E, Bratcher, deceased. 1:25am You assume no risk when you bu I5VANSVILLR TO I.OUISVILLR. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and D No, 44 No. 4 , No 46 trrhoea Remedy. Z Wayne Griffin & 2:43a ra Leave Rvansvllle . . , , 6:5011 m ,2:20pm,.. tiro, will refund your money If nuai 24611m " Henderson. , . , 7:151m 3:10am uot siitisfied after using; it. It Is Owensborp 8:15a ni 3'44P " 4ioa m admitted to be the most sue Hawesville . . ..9:13am 4:50a ra 4:4"P ro 12 35p ra ceselul remedy In use lor bowel com. Arrive Louisville 7 45P " 7:3a Through Tulor Care and Pull-- , plaints and the only one that never AH trains run through solid to Evansvllle talis. It Is pleasant, sale and telU man Sleepers on all trains to Evansvllle and St Louis, Numbers 41 and 42 able, 35 sep oct connect at Irvington for Fordsvltle & Hardinaburg daily, 1 . . 7 45a m , . 10:43a in , . 11:40am . . I2:4jp m . . 1:150 ra lojiop 4!5op III 8:k4p m y:o5P "' 8:35P 1 1 : BEWARE OF IMITATIOIMa rtuiuunw, uUvnutf MtkiM unur various) nami "4 '"" KulVuCAu w"TS'IE."ur. '" """ " U"" ta-wj- jw.. ( wva tf toau 1VU ii4T ? ? a, 8 111 u:S8p ni 12:55a m JLOJiaJP avt.oift.iiou rotiroit mil moil Mlj wh.hu H....I,. nt,,, in tntvra or aolit. M1IK IIY IIIH lltilll VKKUn.i'r, AMIMIIt'A, IV Hvn tut. uti ,uvic.uiAlt " " " with ' VMM UkO 1 1 . .... .... t ' . , i n iu I r wHSI rr SnSTUWIl lluaat! rl ." si mj f inn BhUtflA KlilAtaavtln futl.lain avln.ln - - -:" l.aaairjnmi h.lanl ftaiRal.i r';r.z , inkiv: t'7r.r - r,T" - .;.:..i,"r.::.':TA lnrl.la tHtv, iini'ruTWU inuuifl aoiijuaiaavwisi VRtKr siuiirwTvi ivtnHj carrltr ttoti neJl tar, ncaii drcMiriian,. hvtul la l.andaoiualj dMortl4 anrl raaiai4 Uaatlhillr NXOKCL TltlMlVtED. laatla. ttary tuawa aiUtiaitat UfaraUkaa attl aaf fjtf Instruction KoOk t11 Juat hnvanT'.ntr4nru'ttl anitiloa ttiac r ' or any turn of fancy work, Aao.YEna motiinq auAnAKTKtt u Mm with Mrr macitiA. amUianU.o Ihli macblna, eornwi II IT COSTS YOU NOTHING wlb iho ,0U1 atr.rkapr eallaa. 40,00 chum a.a.i ik. eift.60. wYVafuV ?ot Vu-iif 7" . iU ..Ha" im VTZ 7w7;.wt SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK giJKgRR uulliatriiiiinttitwiiiavbli.i)oiHHl,(I)eiullro(!. ibt U Ufcl. Ub4 r pa IUi full 4 tall n4 beat! lit iW fur wwlnflr, .., fttwf 1tivaiaaa .. ,., aw .Lal.i... .b.b ..! -- . ., nau.lvM..l.l Lul. .r lafatA Ita'tkt latifw ,raai, vsivru, SMIVivti, . isiwuBani bih un a ; urawar puna, twn. tall hcftilna adjuiutlt treadl. ganulu Iron aUnd t3buUMft.p ra 1 Mm ''"" :t",,i r"x Addrets, SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO (Inc.) Chicago. HI. -"- Jot