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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899092901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Republican and Louisville Commercial, i year,$i The Republican aud the Courier Journal, t year, jf: The Republican and the Toledo (O ) Blade, I year, ft The Republican and Louisville Dispatch, t year, ft 25. The Republican and the .Globe Democtat, I year, $t 50. 25. 25. 25 The Haeteoed Eepublican. OFFICIAL Tho Republican kindly lnvitos its manyiS roadora and lricuds toglvo tuoao morchantsi' who advortisd id its columns tho benefit ofl thoir trade. It will bp rqgardod as a poia Bonai iavor. & Fine Job Work a Specialty. MM OF THE PARK IK THE FODETE COKCEESSIOKAL DISTRICT . Subscription $1 ayeafsl No. 10! VOL. XII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1899. VILE PLANS LAID BARE, What the pose to Machine Men ProDo In November. y Tho World Is Bottor ANOTHER Than It EvorWas Boforo. To-da- iPiao'j'sjsiDyxjia.. LIE NAILED. Tho Prlncoss of Wales' Poarls. Prlco-I08- 8 0no Wife Surely Enough. Why Monogamy Has Como to Bo tho Prevailing Matrimonial Principal In tho U.S. well-know- Attorney at Law Braver Dam, Ky. Perry Westorfioid, BY ELLA WHEELER WILCOX. JOHN P. MORTON LAW, KY. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his caie. Office in Coutt House. HARTI-OKI- I, AT10RNEY AT UARTFORD, KY. Will practice his prolusion In all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Coutt oi Appeals. Special attention given to collections. attorney at Law M. L. HEAVRIN, Acts gently on 8HELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY Will practice his pralrsslon in all the courtsot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special atten tlon given to all assignments in bank ATTORNEY AT LA W Kidneys, Liver and Bowels CEANSES THE the ,, YSTEM EFFECTUALLY, niptcy. Attorney at Law HAKTFOI.D, KY. attention given to col' making abstracts, &o. alio Notary Public for Ohio County. OlHce North side oi public square. JNO. B. WJLSON, wiiuMs.' RU TMC PERMANENTW1 SPECIAL BtHEf,C,ALEff: tPKUlHI -- - maht o by m ni ,..?? Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in the the courts of Ohio and adjoininr counties. Also Notary Public. R. R. WEDDING x4 m - URI!ApG,SYRVP( i st u mwh ?.':." ntt Uabtforu, Ky. General Directory. Secretaryof State Charles Finley. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor Samuel (I. Stone. Will practice bis profession In all Treasurer Geo. W. Long. the Courts of Kentucky. Special atCommissioner of Agriculture, Hor tention given to collections, settle ticulture and Statistics Lucas moot oi decedent's estates, road cases Office op and criminal practice. U!it next door to GrltHo'sdrug store. Moore. Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFOKD, 353. I. JXTDS.A.X,, officials. Governor William 0. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. STATE Worth-ingto- n. J. S. R. Wedding, and CGUNSEUOR at LAW, (NOTARY PUBLIC) J . Davison. Register Land Reynold. Superintendent Public Iustruction-Office W. Chas. O. D. AHORNEY Insurance Bureau Commissioner-- L'i - KENTUCKY. HVRTFORD, "Vlll practice his profession In all the court ol Ohio andadjoining coun- Hardin. ties and the Courtof Appeals. Prompt RAILROAD COUMISSIoNETCS. attention given to all business entrust-t- o Jno. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. his care. Dempsey, H. 8. Irwin. Secretary Ofiico in Republican building. Samuel F. Brown. J EDWIN HOWIt. W. Comiugore. Adjutant General D. R. Collier. Slate Librarian Miss Paul Deane F L FRLIX. CONGRESSIONAL. Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county nnd Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. Senators say, Hon. VY. Hon. William C. Lind .1. Deboe. Representative Fourth Hon. D. II. Smith. STATE District LEGISLATURE. Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. R. G. Jarnagin. Senator OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney CKSl f.HTOWN, Hill prxrllrrlil. iirolrt.lnn In nil I he Oivensboro. court uMllilo mid kiiJuIiiIiik omulirs T. II. Black, Jailer Hartford. nil I'ltnrl ul AirMl. Hprrlal mien-llo- u S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Klvrn to rollrelloso. onteolu W. Rowan Holbrook, Master Commis-sionA. Uoue llullUlvic. ATTORNEY AT LAW KY. JOHN T. RONE, Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge ei ton, R. B. Martin and W. II. Tinsley. UAirmmn, Ky. Court convenes first Monday in Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Court .Iarch and August and continuesthree weeks, aud third Molay In May and House. November two weens. Attorney at Law, R. E. LEESIHHERMAN, Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. 8. T. 8tevens. Sheriff Hartford. Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Ben- COUNTY COURT. Court convenes first Monday in Will practice hit profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties each month. Collections carefully and promptly atQUARTERLY COURT. tended to. Office with T. J. Brnlth Begins on the second Monday in & Co., Market Blreet. each month, Attorney ai L&vtf Hartford, Ky. Jos. P. Miller, Judge Hertford. M. 8. Hagland.Clerk Hartford. M. L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d, Attorney at Law, IIabtford, Ky., Will practice his profession and adjoining counties. Special at- tention given to all business entrusted to his care. J. E. DAVIDSON, COURT OF OLAIMB. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the seooud Monday in Ootober. OTIIER COUNTY Srouio OFFICERS. N. Muxley, Surveyor. G. D. Riyal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C, R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' Attorney at Law, RARTFORLT, KY, Will practice his prolesslou in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Poorhouse COURTS. Court will beheld at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, T. A Evans September 1st and December 18th. B F. Graves Court will be held at Butord on March SO, June 29,8ep. tember 28 and December 21, S. J. Wklleh Court will bo held at Sulphur Springs on March 28, Juno 23. ATT01WEY-AT- LA W, 27,IISeptember 20 and December held . B. Taylor Court will be VOHIISV11.I.IS, UKNTUl-HYin all the at Cromwell on March 1, June 10, Will practico Ohio ami adjolniug counties September 2 and December 0. oourts of W, A. Rone Court will be held at and Court of Appeals. Special at Office Centertnwn on February 13, May 29, tention given to collections. August 28 aud November 1. door to Post Office. 0. 3E. DEloTDy, next CITY DIRECTORY. TOWN TRUSTEES, JlrMt. wtta mm iwrN UkJb4,Mrv . ar. .m. ..'..r,.r rti.... ... Mrvw. .. wmi . w,i M. r tina, psrtsM w km- -mm jm MfclSir .. n v..eU... v.. ,, I m - a SrBSSSBV oaaaaj &. m o m m s rm s m a- I iv &rzJAI tbi aaa rnr aw. JrMik,II with fwmwr. ,. TaT 4tlsasmHl!l Oaa format. wk - ir n W. H.. Barnes, Judge. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. S K CoXt'Cirm'u. I A. Thomas, Treasurer. jno. Q Bean. Sec'y, A D White. Preston Morton Post No, 4 O. A. R, hold their regular meeting: Satur day before the first Sunday in each month in Coutt Hall at 1 o'clock p. W. A. Carson, Cwm, m. JonN C. CUAUBERAlNt Ajt, iia mi ,wM,M.UUr,MrUlU7' , Jk, ;.tl. iuia.Hi irtij B bo ;, varuM! Ip trwr. ar fttin! npiuM aadWklsksy tl.otsr Mnl eared el bom. ulth. out pale Book ( rsr BaMU 4.B.M vrsetuvco. BBJSfj4nwt4. W. OSte, M4 MOtUI riJ9t M rnt Oh t'ae earth Is full of sinning And of trouble and of woe, But the devil makes an Inning Every time you say It's so; THIETEEN POINTS OF JFEAUD. And the way to net him scowling, And to put him back a pace, Is to stop this stupid growling, And to look things in the face. Intimidation, Bribery, Theft and the Like to Be Employed. If you glance at history's pages, In ell lands and eras known, Ynu will find the vanished ages Far more wlched than our own KEPEATEB8 WILL BE OK EASD. , Aa yon scan each word and letter, You will realize it more, Browa aa4 Taylor Tot., la Bo Jacilod That the world to day is better Than it ever was before, Or Do.iroyod Ootrlchl Oo.b.l Law Wilt 0 Vh4 to Vail Eilenl fhere is much that needs amending or IU I.rjm to Thwart In the present time, no doubt, tho roopio's wiu. There Is right that needs defending, There is wrong needs crushing out; we hear the groans and curses Oot'bcl henchmen and nejroes are to And Of the poor who starve and die, run the coming election In Kentucky. While the men with swollen purses Upon theft, intimidation and frauds In the place of hearts, go by. generally hangs the only hope of the Qoebel men In forcing the Keatoa man Bnl in spite of all the trouble In the governor's chair. That obscures the sun to day, The Qoebel election law will be used Just remember It was double to the full extent of Its infamy to In the ages passed away, thwart the will of the people of this And these wrongs shall all be lighted, Good shall dominate the land, commonwealth. It Is proposed by the Qoebel ma- For the darkucss now is lighted By the torch in Science's hand. chine to make a practically clean sweep of the election oElcers In tho Forth from little motes in chaos state and make Goebel returning We have come to what we are, boards of them. The law makea no And no evil force can stay ns, eleccall for political division In the We shall mount from star to star; tion commissioners for the counties. We shall break away each fetter They can be all of one party, and in That has bound us heretofore, this election they will be. all Ooebel And the world to day is better men. However, according to law, the Than It ever was before. ofUcers of the election at the polls must be equally divided between tho That Throbbing Hoadacho main parties the Democratic and tho Republican. Would quickly leave you, il you The Ooebel election commissioners of the various counties will appoint used Dr. King's New Life Pills. as officers representing the Democrats Thousands of suflerers have proved Qoebel men, and as officers representtheir matchless merit for Sick and ing the Republicans negroes who have Nervous Headaches. They make secretly vowed allegiance to Ooebel. pure blood and strong nerves and enough corrupt These men will do work to leave tho Goebel counting In build np your health. Easy to take. process of Uo commissioners an easy Try them. Only 35 cents. Money back if not cured Sold by J. H. thing. run. In DotalL Williams, Druggist. The Goebel machine managers have a1 adopted plans to govern the three Lovo Your Mother. state election commissioners. Thero are IS Items In these plans as follows: WRITTEN BY W C GRAY, DECEASED, First Aggressive and unscrupulous WHEN A SCHOOL BOY. Democratic election officers. Second Timid, Ignorant, disaffected or venal Republican election officers. Aa we pass along through life we Third Negro Republican election find that no love Is so tender, so un officers who ore for Ooebel. charitable and lasting as a mothers. Fourth Irregularities, so that county boards will throw out Republican Yet we hardly apprehend this to be a truth until we nre obliged to put with precincts; (a) because of some technical violation of the law, such as her and then we see the necessity of opening the polls too early or keeping expressing ourselves while an oppor them open too late; (b) by stuffing the tunity is afforded. We" should cheer ballot box, so that more ballots will be found In the box than there are our mothers with a kind word arid a Totes cast; (c) failure of officers to fund caress, smooth back the bright properly certify returns, etc. silver locks from her brow for we Fifth The Koebel vote will be .know not how soon they may be massed at hour of opening polls In presmoothed back for the last long sleep cincts largely Republican, so as to vote first. The vote will be taken and then wc will look back with revery slqWly. To accomplish this every gret at the mlsimproved opportunities scheme tor delay will be resorted to, that we had to make our mothers hapso that a large portion of the py. How many are there that ex vote will not be cast by the press their feelings of love and gratU time the polls close, though the voters tude for their mother?? Htidly one, I may have stood In line for hours. Sixth All voters not for Ooebel will must admit, while they love none the be challenged freely, and, where pos- less we fail to express ourselves as we sible, either rejected or by threats of should. arrest or suggested penalties the embarrassed voters, many of them, will A WONDERFUL CWRE voluntarily withdraw and not vote, oruiAnaiioEA. rather than risk getting Into trouble. A PROMINENT VIBOINIA EIIITOB This also aids In the plan of delay Had Alniool Ul veil ut,hiil Wa.broiiKUt already mentioned. back la porlret Ilealin tty ChamberSeventh Mutilation of ballots given lain' t'olle Cbolorn aud DlarrHoa to Ignorant voters, so that such ballots Bemedj. may be rejected In the count This Is HEAD Illtl EDITORIAL. to be done by a pencil mark, stamp or From the Times, Hlllsville.Va. blot of some kind, or by havlag the I suffered with diarrhoea lor a long ballet torn. time and thought I was past being Eighth Run out of ballots in Republican or Brown precincts. This cured, I had spent much time and will be done by having Democrats to money and suffered so much misery spoil their first ballots, and by election that 1 had almost decided to give up officers "accidentally" spoiling ballots all hopes of recovery and await the before voters receive them. This as- result, but noticing the advertisesists, too, in the plan of delay, ment of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera SeaouiM far nopaatlac. Ninth Repeating, by sending voters end Diarrhoea Remedy and also some testimonials stating how some won from precinct to precinct In the country, and la towns where voters are reg- derfef cures had be;u wrought by this istered, by voting under names of remedy, I decided to try it. After Motook," taking a few doses was entirely well "straw," such as "George I "Abraham Isott," that have been fraudulently registered, and under of that trouble, and I wish to say furnames of those voters who have not ther to my readers and fellow sufferers voted or wbo are away from town; that I am a hale and hearty man to and, should these voters come to vote, day and feel as well as I ever did In they will be rejected because the my life.-- G, R. Moork. Sold by Z books will show that they have alm Wayne Griffin & Bro. ready "voted." Tenth Shifting ballots, by pocketZdscatoToor Iloweu With Caiearrtf. ing Republican and Brown ballots and Candy Catnirtlc, euro constipation lonrer. substituting Oosbel ballots previously lOcSSo. l!ac.O,rill,drBf(iurfMianonr. stamped and prepare for the purpose. The great success of Chamberlain's Eleventh Keeping the negro Republican vote away from the polls by Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaints the use of money, whisky and intimidation. has made it standard over the greater Twelfth Contesting and throwing part of the civilized world. For sale out every Brown or Taylor ballot by Z. Wayne GriiBn & Bro. m about which any qnestlon can be raised, and appeals to county commission will be decided In favor of the Ooebelltes. Thirteenth County commissioners, is recapitulating Ike preclaot votes, will "correct errors," pass on contested ballots and throw out irregular precincts until the required "balance' is obtained. The Ooebel men believe that by using these 11 schemes they can connt Ooebel and his ticket in. Louisville ROrVHE-MOPA- Y. Dispatch, Sept. 11. That Is the way all druggists sell Gkovs's Tasteless Chill Tonic for I deceptive dl. Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp, C sease thousands ly lion and quinine in n tasteless 1 aml don,t Children love it. Adults prefer know It, If you want nulcic results loim. nauseating Tonics. Price, you can make no mistake by using it to bitter, tf Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great 50c. kidney remedy. At druggists In fifty OME BAY CORE A VOLS IN cent and dollar sixes, Sample bottles Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taby mall fiee, also pamphlet telling; refund money if yon hoy to find out if you have kid blet. All druggists 15c- - The genulM ney trouble, Address, Kilmer & Co , It falls to it bos L. B. Q, o each Ublet. Blnghsmtoo, N, Y, i acts and Figures of Interest to All Voters. THE TRUE DEFICIT OF ZENXD0BT, hunting of D.moer.er, la IU Ktfnrta to Mak I'olltle.l Capital, Kipuied tba S.arehlos Kays C !t7 Train. ' SW the Republican state administration collected nearly a half million dollars in franchise taxes In excess of the amounts collected from similar sources during a like period of Democratic administration, and yet the deficiency In the general expendlturo fund for 1898 was 1526,194.23. At the close of the fiscal year 1899 the deficit In the general expenditure fund was $625,806.72, an Increase of $99,612.50 over the previous year. In the face of sjich a record as this the Republicans have the gall to ask the people of Kentucky to allow them to control affairs for four years longer. Is It any wonder Governor Bradley refuses to make speeches In behalf of such a cause?" Is It any wonder that the people are losing all faith In statements emanating from Ooebel sources when they are confronted with such arguments as thlst Mark how plain a tale shall put this confuser of the truth down. The law now Is and for many years past has been that the revenue derived from a tax of 5 cents on each .100 of assessed values shall be set apart for the sinking fund, and shall be transferred to the sinking fund, and only withdrawn from that fund In the manner prescribed by law. The deficiency figures given by the news appear large In comparison with the figures of Democratic deficits for previous years simply because the Republican administration strictly followed the law, and its books show the actual condition of the treasury, while the Democratic administration disregarded the law in order to hide the true deficit in tho general expenditure fund from the people. The difference In the methods was a matter of bookkeeping resorted to by the Democratic administration to Justify it In Its efforts to make capital by reducing taxes to a lower rate than the necessities of tho state required. Drmocralle Deficit.. .Now we will give tho Democratic deficits In the general expenditure fund as they would have appeared in each year from 1892 to 189S, inclusive, If the Democratic administration had made their books, show the facts as the Republican admlnlstratlonbas done. The deficit In the general expendi- The following appeared In the Glasgow (Ky.) News of late date: "Fcj .the. fiscal years 1898 and 1853 The Princess of Wales is getting to be a middle-agewoman now, and has had rather n sad, disappointing life Still, she is possessed ot some of the finest qualities which go to make up a beautiful character. She is a most devoted mother, and adores her giandchildren. She Is unselfish and patient, and very generous. She cares very little for society, and only goes when she Is obliged to. She has still the remains of great beauty, and was a most lovely and graceful young woman in her prime. She now: walks rather lame, and is also quite deaf. She Is adored by the people of England, who are ready to do anything for her She has always been very fond of fine clothes and dresses in exquisite, taste, and she is considered to have the finest collection of pearls of any woman in the world She has just ad(ed tc it a magnificent string, each pearl of priceless value, which she has been collecting for years. She does not allow her tnald to take care of her pearls, but has them entirely under her own charge. She always wears some pearls around her neck, and wears her collars exceedingly high, with string alter string of her favorite jewels. From "Miss Van Santvoord's Impressions," in Demor-est'- s Magazine for October. fine figure Many women lose their girlish forms after n Margherita Arllna Hamra, the hey become mothers. This is due to net- - y. traveler and author, called cct The figure can be preserved fxyone? question if the exwhen In China upon the wife, or rath pectant mother wist er the wives, of a great mandarin. constantly we Her visit partook of the nature of a festival, so novel was the experience $1 to the Chinese women, whose lives are t passed almost entirely within the walls of their yamen They examined her clothing, and were partly pleased and during the whole! partly astonished at it. They weje period of pregnancy. shocked by her shoes, and especially The earlier its wc is by the tact that her feet were not con KU1I, ,U,l,W(b f Mil frtlv artff tfi .flJoalQI fined by bindings. be preserved. '&M Finally one of them slid, through rrw nicincr the interpreter. "You can walk and not only softeas af 1 run just as well as a man?" relaxes the ,r "Why, certainly. luring the great strain before birth, hut "Can you ri 'e a pony as well as a the tldn to contract naturally afttrwirtJ. man?" teeps untiEhtly wrinkles awar. and tsW mooetfs ' , -- "Ofcourse." "Then you must be as strong as most men." . "Yes, I thirA I am." "You would 1. 't let a man beot you, n it even your husband, would you?" The Chinese woman paused, laugh ed, and then said: "Now I understand why foreigners never take more than one wife. They are afraid to." Phil- adelphla Post muielei underneath their fillxbltiW.dl. ftlittltr'S Trltnd h that famous liniment which banishes rooming sickieK! ind nervousness during pregnancy I labor and makes it nearly painless ( i the patient's constitutional strength, he emerges from the ordeal without a The little one, too. shows the ef&feif mother's Trittld by its robustness arte? Sold et druz ttore. lor it a botU,l' Send for onr Sn.ly Illustrated book forje ircttaufc excstjl i Robbod tho Gravo. A startling Incident, of which Mr. John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, Is narrated by him as follows: was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying 'Electric Bitters;' and to my great joy and surprise, the first bottle made a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, end am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim." No one should fall to try them. Only 50 cts. a bottle, at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. - .p uuiu.i , itff REQULATOK C4NJ A Frightful Blunder THE BRADFIr3LD ATLANTA, OA. 'I Don't Tdbieeo Spit end Smote loot lift Ae3 Wilt olten c .use a horrible Burn, To quit tobacco esislly and forever b ArScald, Cut, or Bruise. Bucklen's none, full of lite, nerve and vizor, take tf mattes wi nica Salve, the best in the world, will Dae. the All druggists, that SI. euros lac or sticaz. rjooklet and samnle free. Ad. kill the pain and promptly heal it. tcp Cures Old Sorci, Fever Sores, Ulcers, St. ling Itemedy Co , Chicago or Now Yuj UMEDAVfl Bolls, Felons, Corns, all Skin ErupCUIIF. tions, Best Pile cure on earth. Only Take Laxative Bromo Quininrfl'A itts. All aruggisis reiunu rnoeev 25 cts. a hex. Cure guaranteed. it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. L- B. Q on each tablet wonder-workeI - Governor Taylor on Ingersoll. The following article by Gov. Robert L. Taylor,, published in a recent issue ol the Johnston City Comet, is one of the most remarkable productions from his gifted pen: "I sat In a great theater at the national capital. It was thronged with youth and beauty, old age and wisdom. I saw a man, the image ot his God, stand upon the stages, and I head him speak. " Ills gestures were perfection ol grace, his voice was music, and his language was more beautiful than any I had ever heard from mortal lips, "He paiuted picture alter picture of the pleasures aud joys and sympathies of home. He enthroned love and preached the gospel of humanity like an angel. Then I saw him dip his brush in the ink of moral blackness and blot ont the beautiful pictures he had painted. I saw him stab love dead at his feet: I saw him blot out the stars and the sun, and leave humanity and the universe in eternal death. "I saw him, like the serpent of old, worm hlmsell into the paradise of hu man hearts and by bis educative eloquence and subtle devices and sophls try inject his fttal venom, under whose blight Its powers faded, its music was hushed its sunshine was darkened, and its soul was left a desert waste, with only the newmade graves of faith and hope. "I saw blm, like a lawless, erratic meteor without an orbit, Sweep across the Intellectual sky, brilliant orfty In Its self consuming fire generated by friction with the Indestructible and eternal truths of God. "That man was the atchangel of modern infidelity, and I said: How true Is holy writ, which declared, "The fool hath said in bis heart, there Is no God!" "Tell me not, O Infidel, there is no risen Christ! "What intelligence less than God's could fashion the human body? What motive power Is it if not God, that drives the throbbing engine of the human heart with ceaseless, tireless stroke, sending the crimson streams of life bounded and circling through every vein and artery? t "Whence and what, If not of God, is this mystery we call mind? What Is It that thinks and feels and knows and acts? O, who can deny the divinity that stirs within us? "God Is everywhere end in everything. Ills mystery Is In every bud and blossom and leaf and tree; In In every rock and vale and bill and mountain; In every spring and rivulet and river. The rustle ol his wing is in every zephyr; its might Is in every tempest. He dwells In the dark pavilions of every storm cloud. The lightning is his messenger, and thunder is bis voice. His awful tread Is in every earthquake and on every an gry ocean. The heavens above us teem with bis myriads of shining witnesses. The universe of sqlar system, whose wheeling orbs course the crystal paths of space, proclaim through the dread halls of eternity the glory and power and dominion ol the and eternal allwise, omnipotent, aa The Brat Prescription for ClarrM and Fever is a bottle of Grovc'szTai less Chill Tonic Never falls to cJ then why experiment with worth Price, 50c. imitations Cutting. Sandy Pikes How yer like 'De Man wid de Hoe," Billy? Billy Coalgate De last time I met de man wid de hoe he made a very deep impression on me, an' I kin feel de Impression ylt. Chicago News. A it u u. o. ran to cure, arugguu rerana t You assume no risk when you J Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera as1 arrhoea Remedy. Z Wayne GrnK cro. win remna your money u ye not satisfied after uslntf it. HI erywhere admitted to be the rest i To Core Con.tlpatlon tforeefch Take Cascarets Candy Cathartla 10 cessful remedy In. use for bowel plaints and the only one that aev tails. It is pleasant, safe and 1 sep- able. iTHIN few antl-Ooeb- el ture fund for the year ending June 80, 1892, as stated by Auditor Norman, was $273,118 88, but no transfers of the sinking fund proceeds of the tax were made to the stoking fund for the months of September, October, November and December, 18.91, amounting in the aggregate to $237,975.14, but this sum was used to eke out the general expenditure fund without passing through the sinking fund as required by law. If It had been properly transferred the deficiency In the general expenditure fund would have appeared as it really was, $511,094.02, Instead of $273,118.88, as it was made to appear. For the fiscal year ending June SO, 1893, the deficit Is given as $296,364.53 whereas, if the transfers of the tax revenue had been made as required in the months of September, October, 1892, and December, November amounting to $245,830.31, the true deficit would have been $780,169.98. For the fiscal year 1894 the Democratic auditor gives the deficit In the general expenditure fund as but no transfers of the tax receipts were made for October or November, 1893, which amoanted to $231,415.38, and must be added to get 3. the true deficit which was 0, $1,041,-310.5- Thousand Tonguos Could not express the rapture of Annie E. Springer, of 1 125 Howard St., Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cought that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she sajs oi this Roy al Cure "it soon removed the pain in my chest and I cm now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding Its praises throughout the Universe." So will everyone who tries Dr. King's New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c, and i 00. Trial bottles free at J. II. Williams' Drug Stole; every bottle guaranteed. 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Address TI,E BTEKUNO HJ L.UX wu , I'Dicav o, jiontreai, wan,, n a at is-- jr. a r- -. a- -uodr s ouutipauu. nmiRRicTic e-- J Fabio for Parents. nawnrtB 9 ",. ..w For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1895, the deficit was given as but no transfers were made of sinking the proceeds of the fund tax for pine months lu that year and to get the true deficit that would have appeared If the law bad been followed, $380,665.00, the proceeds of that tax, must be added, making the deficit $1,321,805 87. $1,095,-88S.- 4, A cettalu mother had a beautiful child. And he had attained to four years. Long were his curls, red were his cheeks; his eyes were lustrous, his expression cherubic. But he was pos sessed oi a Bpirlt of mischief, which tried his mother sorely, so that she cried out, "Oh, I wish that you were ten years older, that you might be less aii'TSoJeip-incpftl- il ,,. . ItlVVT 111.11,1111 ihonld writ. v . .. ....niv.y, .a ln1f....., rtifUil CUKZDwlth UMineU.M. dart al DR lM-at xl TtHUmontaliandTnDATStri!atnii.ai B. H. GKJU.if 30113. box, K.ilauU lstT1Hse inttny thoctand cm ra nuDeidML r rf ait arruDtom r carel'' VJanled Wolsvel Voar w triver tAiiU )tinn " Subscribe for the Republican only $1 per year. Tho best paper published in Ohio county. Thus It appears that during these four years an aggregate sum of was kept out of the sinking fund to cover up deficits in the general expenditure fund and the deficits kept up notwithstanding the facts that daring that period the general government refunded to the state the sum of aver $600,000 on Its war claims and that the auditor from time to time had to suspend payment on warrants. And yet In the face of these facts some Democrats have the cheek to ask the people to elect Ooebel. From Louisville Commercial. Mothers of children effected with croup or a severe cold need not hesiChamberlain's tate to administer no Couch Remedy. It contalus opiate nor narcotic In any form and may be glvln as confidently to the babe eS to an adult. The great sues cess that has attended Its use In the treatment of colds and croup has won for It the approval and praise it has received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands For sale m by Z, Wayne Grlffiu & Bro. KIDNEY TDAI1DI rfUUDLttn cr, Heaatr I Ulead Clean blood mesns a cleja skin. He bosuty without It. Csscsrets, Candy Ctbsr-ti- e clean your blood and keep it clesn, by stirring up tue laty liver and drlyipgy all Imto purities from the body, ltegln UiiUh pimples, boil', blotchee, bUckhesds thai sickly Mllout complexion by tiling (iuearete, beauty for ten cents. All drug-(pUsatiifsction guaranteed, lOc.UcCOc. lee. sil Now, the mother was proud of her handsome babe, for there was a charm about him that envelopes only those who still retain recollections of the spirit land from whence they came. Even as she spoke, tbeie appeared a fairy unto her, who said, "Ob, foolish woman, it shall be to thee even ss thou bast wished. Kiss thy babe farewell. Thou shalt be spared the trials and responsibilities and anxieties that would sutround his life through childhood, and even now Bbalt thou have thy son that is to be," And the lovely babe, with chubby as though he bands outstretched, would kiss his mother, vanished In a mist And a desolation spread over the woman's heart, for there came to her a tall, ungainly youth. Long were his legs, red were his hands, shambling was bis gait, ant bis lace was homely, And be made as though he would caress her, but She drew back In horror and said, "This Is not Give me my child, but a changeling. back my rosy boy, my darling, my comfort. Let me feel his soft arms around my neck, and I will bear his waywardness and my responsibilities. What if I have gained a son, when I have lost my baby?" God." A nd there came a sound of mocking tor fifty C.oU. By Charles Battell Loomls, laughter. nu.r..Lod tobacco habit eure.ta.kei vtse in Dewemt's Magazine for October, msa stress, oioeu sure. rw,b, u tfclar Idfut thT mi toriirttii)llru at hriosr viueutfw an vu ti aiwiuiuu n.i a. m MTi. Wm blot ton, 1. tX. intejotioa I.8uu KPV for thlr waMati. .1 (wo hoi ni of bLindna An Idea , T7ba Of tOBle, ibl finlirj '.... V,1 SEHD'Ui.- tlMlm klUlK, LXaUttUiei Mt lBt9 pillori, i is U Vf II l,f i, I. Ik" ; it frflfbl Jour tviul it (omitl trfecf jTMltciactorj' s) J T I117W U cmx you or bosfN tuhCiiT UtSToaf rtuiib Cat it a. avflkS. rU. rla At UlfcT 513. UU leu lit, ilftM txa Ittl I 111114 Yw f V charirvn tvnd fi etlftbltOpUsTu-l- as lUtsAtl'-UleVM I l flMVT CUVrr b V frHt Lath UrsTsjovaaplMlf bcaTj Un lluwj fr?s)u i tcki pUlii ortwip' tAliuu. r4 I "lit- -em.4-M- l Urea wp,gapu.'esa4ewa rafwsane. . a) itktJins) IJrtmOrriRip.W)itaic It trurtiiah lakat aVD Ifta 04J T vltfU-Jt. twfatrr. Bliltt feci ) . rst k and tV Twirl al wHw rtMulfUt ,, a thai fw I.Vn - d a. S9 rniR. l it I CTOVC CAVAkCl T'i(4 Hit U tlMlfel V r IMXltlil alu, ..! .(s, 9f, jikA aut r !. BEArfB, ROEBUCK QMVeHMtm. " " All) U")1 ' &skikft i- - '. tLmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmSmybt tt i n Hartford Republican. laaneit Frliltiyn l I he IIARTroitlll'Ulll.llIlI.MK.OMPA.NY WHAT WILL YOUR VERDICT BE? If, under the Goebel Election Lnw, thero can bo had justice, nntt fairness to all parlies concerned and tho sacred articles in tho Bill of IUghti pre B"rveil, why did four out of fivo political conventions condemn and pledge tho honor of their party to repeal that law? Ono party may bo wrong, two may bo roug, or threo for that matter, but would pot a saue man conclude that there is mnro hopo in ono of four parties' being right than tho one that defied tho four? A 22 CONSIDERED FICIENT. SUF- AWHED And Shot to Death While Watering His Horse. Promlnont Ohio County Farmer Killed In Arkansas by an Unknown Flond If" FON ROORK3, LON RCOKRS, BS. J EDITi It Incorporated. Offloo on Fox Stroot. Subscription, $1 per year ce In ndvnnco nt Hartford Entered at the The Kepublican party, for campaign purposes, might condemn this step as second class mall matter. toward despotism, but it is not logical to concludo that four parties would post-offi- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 condemn it for the same reason, especially in the sanio election. Tne history REPUBLICAN TICKET. I W. toil flllKllMIII, T'.fl.TrX.CXS, C. ol lliillrr CoiiiHy. of Lnntnirlllr. a P ft A& FOB I.lf.rTXNA.NT.nOVF.IINOIt, JCaiT aCAHOTTAT.T,, CATdM S'WS&S, oIKnoxCnnnlj'. UUf, BfOU REIillETAHY OK STATE, Ol! 1) rk&7, ciirsoiT r. County. ol llotkln t ol Ilourbou County. FOK TltKAMIIiril, TV.AX.M3X5 C. 33A.Tr. ol llrentlillt County. FOK fill IT. IUIIMI) , on attihm:y ft.M:itAi,, ton a on iron, sssrv. joxs- -t a. tsvrssssmsrt It er lm kv 1 reniT ol Cnnipbtll lSriIDtTIO.V, :, btj-ziicx- County. C& "K Vf OR COH'Il OF AfllllCl'ETUnE. ol FByelleConnly. ' SS". " .. Wl NC9ATOII, Iron f CA37X. NTATE. HOWAT.D. L ol Hurler County. iiF.ritr-si:TATiV- 3XOI.T. Fon R. C. rA3ZXTA.aST. ol Header limit. ol Jliiudpc. ol Jingo. a-- , fok MACusntArr., a. rrrsirffcui. FOKCO.STAnt.K. T3I502iI3 ASAKT. tho n Dewey arrived in New York har- - It fo 'bpr, Tuesday, eave WHO li becoming a fact that a Demo-.cmc- an be painted out by the complexion he is assuming of late. jgl two days ahead of time. bad n jjew y0RK now appreciates what natcd Sntojo did on May 1st, 1898, that open g . . "LeaEu.wey is always a surprise party. tho in t- There are about 8300,000,000 epcDt by lannually, abroad, by American tour- Icisls.j Why not visit at home and save co'btren&rmou8 amount for our own was laborers? t0 j "Nevek shall my efforts cease until to Al bavo seen erased from the fair name jf Kentucky the blot you will place ''ttiara litr vnnr trnfea tMfl iav ". -- 0. J. ni,u."" "J J""' '""- - "" "V" BtituC'onston to the Bcnale, Maich 10, '98. consWill some one kindly inform us as to HncsM. lironeton'a thereabouts? Tt , tho li stated in his speech Saturday that all Democrats looked ins nl'ke to bim, ami was boisterously np- "Resouded. What about those Goebel corporat.oea? Jt mnv i,0 tbat tue con. tlon shaf CB ' n" democrats are alike, but the complexion of crty or rrtodoubt, ith, or is rjuite different. Yet, ., all Deraocrata jook aiike t0 other ral" - i jn- SetiLE (having h 5 has contracted for his polit-suc- n ra . . err of i' grave to be dug in tho famous tlon owje Grass State. The Otreusboro f paraI!elMej,.r Wednesday gave the parallel' ea aBl places at which Bryan will demanddtnit political suicide. We have decldeiven'Brjan credit as being a man of '"'fjrue iutelligence, but iu entering this d ccentucky brawl, wo arc forced to Mr include that be is not what he is other nWentcd. Ex Gov. Altgcld, of Tw"nicB?' v,itt follow 15rJ'dn aui1 lhe Both ol'd Vn'v knows what tho "Deraiiiie to the 'Vl.ttill do next. which Tho JEIonfbt Democrat, will ynu Btop a on paionient to consider jour course? The ,i..Tir:.. n "the Br JfS r""Ji lib fiamta justice in all things and especi Blon word "ly in the count of this fall's election ture" tn ,g The pUrp0ee 0f tho Goebel ends on tt&,3,!)een wel1 established, that not offer) offplote tho Kepublican party il make aijble and if this fails, to out count n"!!lsuir?n. AshoncstAmericans, wo demand to eho protection of tho sacred articles Constitution, and wo will have Now let, exnenso war and bloodshed w,,h tfu,h xtc boldly to its defense. Cast Ooodnlsht On pifote, stand by and see it counted. Const!- - H f 4Mt JAc(EUisa to the Hartford Urrall, ori.ir)emocrat who supports Brown is a followaes'adf , a blacksleg and that paper 11 "i taywothing too mean about bim, aKwben Uhailey Tendle- freight or auu for the trai "viugiou, m iu a Wbi dishat he had left the llepublicau charged for jj Would support Goebel and tb0 vlalonj but r,nt'y n column of space In tickets may iblm to the skies, and he h the This .e man this tell same paper, which Mr" WW i CMI 8 WM vilifying wltb 15 of t!,8,ajebt. Tho Herald charges that with onthe broten, inouey lenders, Ac, changes, gaaitGocbel and at the same 1'endleton is a promi ononis of the D broker of Cincinnati. nU onf, fp''f3nYAN r "Prt "" j"oi Kfth1 yuc uu, Sn.r.,oc"Uortr. yih I?''"'' Mr. John C. Riley has just been Informed by the Clerkof Daxtcr county, Ark , that Mr. TI10.1. M. Hamilton, a question with greatest significance to tbe majority of the people. This being prominent and prosperous farmer, was true, (and none but the most ignorant will deny it), why should the peoplo ambushed and shot to death by some of Kentucky be so aroused over the present situation? It is becauso ut tbe unknown fiend. Two men by the fact, that their liberty, their freedom, their republican form of government name of Lackey, suspected ot the and the only weapon ot the poor mau are at stake. This infamous Goebel crime, were arrected nnd tndlcted on law shows no sign of fairness. It ninkes no pretensn of justice. It oilers no circumstantial evidence, and arc now inducement for the promotion of honesty. There is no honest man in Ken on trial. Tbe trouble came about over who can face his fellow man and say this law is fair and impartial. tucky some trivial matter between the Lack Tbe man who may assert to the contrary, docs it without foundation and thus ey btothers and Hamilton, and the brands himself as a liar and a vagabond. According to the Messiah of Ken neighbors, as usual, helped to aggratucky Democracy, this law deprives man of all his natural inberenciea politi- vate and widen the breach between c illy. Tbe party that defends this measure acknowledges its inability to the two parties, and one day, accord meet tho issues fairly and squarely and stamps the seal of cowardice upon its ing to promise, Hamilton gave one of brazen forehead. He says: "No party that ever was or ever shall be weighs tbe Lackey boys n good flogging, which tended to bring the trouble to a a feather in tho scale with tho right of tho peoplo to cast their votes and have focus. Finally one day, while Hamthem counted. Wo are woefully mistaken io tbe peop'n of Kentucky if any ilton was watering hi9 horse at a party can live that identifies itself with Goebelism." Thus sayeth the Mes spring In the woods, he was shot and siah. It was charged by the author that the frauds committed in the Elevinstantly killed. enth district demand such a law and that it should take immediate effect. Ko Mr. Hamilton moved to Arkansas oue ia more familiar with the utter absurdity of this heinous charge than the about the year 1887, nnd was doing author himself. Every word of this charge is as basely false and fabulous well; having all the conveniences ol a To justify tho assertion, we give as tho author is corrupt and unprincipled. medern farmer, who is blessed with tbe Democratic per cent, ot gain in tbo First and Eleventh districts in tbe good luck and fortune. He was a year 18'JO over 1895, also the Republican gain. Bearing in mind tbat the brother of Mrs. R. E Williams, of election officers throughout tbe State were appointed by the same County WHY WATTERSON IS FOR near Livermore.and ha. many friends Judges, in both years, 90 of ulioru were Democrats and the remaining 29 GOEBEL. in the Western section of the county were Republicans. Tho largest per cent, ot Republican gains in tbe Elev He was a special friend of Mr. Riley, enth district was in Bell county, GO per cent., while the greatest Democratic The Cbimtr- - Journal has assumed a having spent their boyhood days iu gains were in Clinton county, which was 70 per cent. The average Repubpeculiar attitude in this campaign, but school together. The many friends lican gain was 27 per cent., that of the Democrats 88 per cent. In the First when the true facts in the case are un of the deceased will begrleved to learn district the Democratic gains were enormous, being 1GIT per cent, iu Carlisle; derstood, there is no mystery left, it of this sad accident. 151 per cent, in Hickman; 137 per cent, in Marshall; 131 per cent, in Bal is all very clear. When the publio REV. J. S. COLEMAN. lard, while tho Republican gains were much less, being 143 per cent, in Ful has been informed as to the Oiurier-Journ- ar ton; 115 per cent, in Hickman; 02 percent, in Bullard. The average Demstand on the situation and By special request, we publish the ocratic gains in the First were 96 per cent, and the average Republican gains other facts connected with the case, were 35 percent. In the Eleventh district the Democratic gains wero 11 tbe verdict will be justly rendered. account of Dr. J. S. Coleman's work In the Baptist church, as narrated by stands per cent, greater than the Republican gains, and in the First disttict their However, tho Onuria-JournMr. Long, editor of the Beaver Dam ed were Gl per cent, greater than were tho Republicans' gain. Should rather on the State Demgains Gleaner, last week: these figures be questioned as to their correctness we shall take pleasure in ocratic platform. Its editorial colSaturday evening Rev. J. S. Cole publishing the official vote iu theso districts for the years '95 and '90. Yet, umns are as silent, on the election sitman and wile joined the Baptist church in spite of tbe true facts in the case, and in spite of the fact that 75 perl uation, as death, but lis news columns here by letter. The scene was a beau cent, of the County Judges of the Slate at tbat time were Democrats, tbe are very encouraging for Goebel. The tiful and effective one. Sixty one Republican party is charged with fraud and treachery and are forced, alike CbtiriVr Journal condemns the platform years ago, at the age of eleven years with the other parties, to submit, for the present, at least, to the Goebel in- on which Goebel is attempting tc and four weeks, he joined this church famy. It appears that the author ot this law was afraid to entrust the De- stand, but is for bis election. This is by baptism, and now at the age of mocracy in the hands of 90 Democratic County Judges out of 119 in the a peculiar attitude of tho Courier-Journ- seventy three, he returns to her memState of Kentucky who were under heavy penalties for the faithful discharge hut it is truo, Jtfo one blames bership, alter a ministry of foutty-seve- n years, during which time first of their duties and sought to make himself pretur of thegrand Commonwealth tbat sheet for suppoiting Goebel. It Under this pretense is business for it to do so. In 1895 the and last he served this church as pas by instigating the law to "lurther regulate elections." Job Printing Co. was tor twenty one and a half years. of law, three men are directly in charge of all elections in theTState. They Courier-JournThere is no one now living, who are all of tbe same political complexion, and the most bitter partisans in any paid 812.1G fur each plain, medium clime. To these men is intrusted tbe powei to appoint all the county elec- Record book, while under tho Repub was a member of this church when tion officers in the State, and to try most nil cases of contest, from whose de lican administration the same Courier. Dr. Coleman first joined. During his ministry he has bapBefore assuming their duties each member of this Journal Job Printing Co. made the cision there is no recourse. tized 5,012 persons, organized 50 Baptriumvirate injur cat and compelled to take an Oath for tbe faithful discharge same book for $G.02. In 1895 under tist churches, ordained 50 ministers, This Oath is the only precaution this Solomon .saw fit to place Democratic rulo the Courier-Journ- al ot his duties. married 2,000 couples, dedicated 76 about his tools, and what is an oath to a politician? Il is as valueless to the Job Printing Co. received 80,800 for Baptist churches, presided as moderaState as if he had never taken it. This law is actually in force and nothing printing G71, 000 yellow tax schedules, tor over District Associations for 36 short of a political revolution will deliver Kentucky from despotism, says while under a Republican administra- years, lor twenty years he was PresiWatt ergon. There will never come a time more appropriate for tbat revolu tion this same Printing Company dent of the General Association ol tion than now. If it must come, the sooner the better. Kentucky will never made 700,000 nf tho same blanks for Kentucky, he was of submit to the usurpations of this young, would bo dictator, who would sell 81,800. Is it any wonder that tho the Southern Baptist Convention and his interest in the future, for tho glorification of his ambitions. This language Coaner. Journal is in favor of electing presided at St. Louis. He has been Goebel? From a standpoint of editor of two papers, The Green River h as true as the Holy Writ: no one can blame this sheet. Baptist and The Western Recorder. "At the Devil's booth are all things sold, Not only was his return to this But certainly Mars Henry has forgot-- , Each ounce of dross costs its ounce iu gold." made pleasant by early recolThe Republican ,paity has pledged itself in unmistakable language for ten those bitter editorials he wrote chutch lections and this successful and noble against the Force Bill. the repeal of this law so lewd, so vile, so lost to honor that Satan would not record, but beneath the sod of its city resort to it iu bis own realms. The Republican plank referring to this law says: of the dead, lie four generations of Dr AN IDEAL MINISTER OF "We affirm that the existing election law iu Kentucky, enacted by a Coleman's family. GOEBEL'S. Djuiocratic General Assembly in iSyS, over the objection of our Republican Tbe first baptism ever administered Governor, is vlclpusly partisan, subversive nf fairness and honesty in elecTho Louisville limes announces tbat in Southwestern Kentucky was ad r tions, hoitile to the principles ol fire government, removes safeguatds which "the Rev. J. II. James, a prominent ministered by his great have heretofore protected and guaranteed the tight of suffrage, denies to our minister and, lifelong Republican, of about the year 1770 in Beaver Dam coutts the power to protect voters in this State ogaiu&t the perpetration ol Uwensboro, will support Goebel for creek. She baptized herself. fraud at elections, commits broad power to irresponsible Commissioners not Governor." The Rev. James is well Dr. Coleman Is living now upon a chosen by or accountable to the people for their acts,aud imperils the sacred known here, having resided in Ohio part ol his father's old homestead, ness, aud efficiency of the ballot. We therefore set forth as the supreme iswhere he was born 72 years ago, and county until a few years ago. Ho owning a beautiful home surrounded sue before tbe people of this State the repeal of this revolutionary law, and began bis career ns a soldier during by all man wants, and his remaining tbe Republican party pledges itself to its repeal and tbe restoration ot tbe tbe civil war, where he enlisted four system under which free and filr elections have heretofore been the rule in days should be the most pleasant of twice in the Union and twice Kenfucky. We appeal to the free men of the Commonwealth who value times, his life. official honesty and lair elections above the temporary success of party, to in the Confederate army. Joining in To lew raeii.it is accorded the pleasjoin w ith us in the re establishment of free suffrage and local telf government." the pursuits of peace, the Rev. James ure to rest in comfort and ease at this was quite as erratic as in war. He ripe old age upon tbe land of their birth Of course Goebel's convention indorsed litis law of duplicity and fraud, entered the ministry of the Methodist having to their credit a Hie so well which is characteristic of the muu himself. Wo also give the plank of the church, but soon deserted that church spent for the public good surrounded Music Hall couvciitiou on this euine latv: .md became a minister of the Presby-tcria- u by a people who love them. "We indorse the amendment to the State election law passed by the last church, but again changed bis In addition to this record for tbe Dsmocratlc General Assembly ot Kentucky over the veto of the Republican religion aud joined the Christian church of his choice many thousands Governor. We 4eclic tbat ameudment to be in the intetest of fair and hon- church, of which he wasat Inst account have seen the error of their way aud est elections. Its faithful enfoicement will tender impossible the commission a minister. ran to life's sweet lountain and been olnny such frauds ns were perpetrntei in this State in 1896, whereby the In politics the Rev. James is some made clean by his preaching with othwill ol the people was oveiturown and tbe btnte lost to William J, Bryan." thing of an acrobat, having afliiliated er churches. It was under the masterly presentaWe have shown every woid nf this plank to be fatso from start to finish with every political organization under tion of God'a word through him that and pats to the Lexington convention on the same law without further com- the sun. Tbe Rev. James entered the first realized his unprofitaraco iu Ohio county in 1880 fur Jail the writer ment, tho plank of which is as follons: ble and plttiless condition a sinner "We denounce in the most unreserved manner the amendment to the er on the Prohibition ticket, but later In the world without knowing God to State E'ection Ivw, known as the 'Goebel Hill,' believing and charging it to in the race switched off onto the track love him and Doctor, I Will not wait for County Court Clerk on tbe Repub to be a willul abandonment of the gicat fundamental principles ol throw a boquet on jour grave, but ment, enacted solely for the cstibllshmcnt nnd perpetuation ot machine par lican ticket. say here that I am greatful to you tie) in this free Commonwealth, in form, feature and Intendment. It is a The Rev. James had already uiado and thank God for such men and pray distinct recognition of the Republican doctrine of concentrated and central a record that the Goebelltes ought to God's richest blessings upon ynu and lz:d power, a doctrine which the Democratic party has opposed from tbe very be proud of, butbowou imperishable your?. "May the gates of plenty, uour 01 us creation. " fame aud qualified himself to support peace and happiness be opened to tbee Tho Populists likewise demand the repeal of this odious measure They Goebelism, when just before the Pro- and thine, May no strife dlsburb thy dcuouncc it iu strong language, which follows: hibition election iu Hartford last fall, days, nor sorrow distress thy night. "We denounce the infamous Goebel election law as a revolutionary and he came hero and made a speech de- May the pillow of peace kiss thy undemocratic attempt to subveit tue ballot, to enthrone In power in Ken- fending the saloons. The only min- cheek nnd the pleasure of Imagination tucky a corrupt political ring, nnd practically destroy popular government ister tbat ever mado a publio speech attend thy dreams, and when length Therefore, we demand its speedy repeal nnd the enactment of a law which iu Kentucky defending saloons is sup- of years make tbee tired of earthly will preserve inviolate in the Commonwealth of Kentucky tbe right of a Itee, porting Goebel and tbe Goebelltes joys, and the curtain of death closes gently around thy existence, may tbe untrammeled ballot and a lair and honest count." ought t3 be proud of him. ang;l of God attend thy bed aud take The Prohibition party, in eight pointed words, condemn this same raess On account of annual meeting of care that the expiring lamp of life act ever perpetrated on a free people: ure as the most outrageeus, the Louisville Driving and Pair Ass shall not receive one rude blast to "We demand the repeal of the odious Goebel election law," sociation the I. C. R. R. Co., will sell hasten its extinction and unally,may Voter, tho case is submitted. You are tho Jury. What will your ver tickets to Louisville and return at the Sqvior's blood wash thee from all dict be? . Tho plank of tho platform of each of the fivo parlies is lieie eiven. rate of one fare for round trip. Tick impuiitles and prepare tbee to enter Will you do what your cmitcieuce demand of you? Ifyoudo.no man can say ets on sale Sept. 35, 26, 17, 8, and Into the land of everlasting felicity," aught against you, if you donot.youaudyourGodfor it. The most Important 29th. Return limit Oct. id to 7th. IjUiitf Irrllnlluu S. B. VanMhtkk, Agent. question concerning government that man has to deal with is, in our judgIs the forerunnerof consumption, Dr ment, before the Kentucky voter. All lovers of freedom should rally to that The people are surely getting buns Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, standard bearer of the Republican party and thus avoid the curse of Goo- - gry lor sewing machines. Gross and give such strength to the lungs bslism, Williams says he sold ten drop head that a cough or a cold will not settle "Awake, arise, or bo forever falleul" Singers last week. tf there, 15c at all good d tugglsts. ro-trbow-leggal, grand-motheself-gove- rn high-hande- of political parties, as recorded by tho past, is that each party chooses for its chief plank in its platform, upon which it purposes to conduct its fight, a bos been said by men of old time, that if you desiro to have an ctlusion of ignorance and "coarse billingsgate," challenge- n man for a discussion of n subject, which he is wholly un- nblo to delcnd nnd tbe desired fleet Ko tho twin editors will be obtained. of Tun Rnrrjiu.iCAN, on sssifming tbe duties of their position, with this old aphorism in view, jointly agreed to explore tho fortifications and redoubts of the Hcald't tditor and see what size projectile would bo required to destroy him and put his forces to flight. As a token of war, a challenge was laid at tho editor's door and scouts put on duty. It was decided that it would be useless to discharge a projectile at his fort, and a twenty-tw- o was considered sufficient to crush all that would be found in tbo trenches So we secured a rapid-fir- e machine gun, turned loose on the fort some hot shot, the editor fled to a safe and shouted, "You iooll you fool I" and tbe echo of his own voice I Now, if retorted, you we have driven the sword through the p'ated mail, and warmed it in the marrow of our contemporary, it was bo cause wo had'overrated bis ability, We intended to vigorously prosecuto the campaign with the hopo that it would be n lingering struggle, but in this our hopes were vain, and now mid the debris of tho Ihrald, tho only thing left, is a lot of coarse, rankling "billingBgate." It A very pretty custom obtains ntnonir certain elawt by which the mwly martini pair Btart ft laving bank for the child yet to be Every dy a penny or a dime, m the case may be, la dropped Into the bank p.. to (well the fund, and thta practice n kept up until the child fs old enough to aarc (or ItKlf. Tbe rwrcnti have the right theory but how rarely they carry Ittoita broad-eapplication. Kvery mother la ptrforce laying up for her child what money cannot Inhappineaa fluence The or mliery nervous mothtrwilt a ncrvou lme child. The Irrita ble and fearful mother cannot hae a happy and cheerful child In mind and body tbe child will reflect the mother's condition. The beat preparation for motherhood Is made by the use ot Dr. Herce'a favorite Prenctlptlon. Ita perfect control over the sensitive feminine orpinlm gives It a a natural Influence over the mind. It anxiety and fear It does away v.lth the rniaery of morning tickucaa, It gives Utility and elasticity to the organ peculiarly feminine, and makea the trial of motherhood easy and brief. It makea healthy mothers, capable of nursing and nourishing the babes they bring Into the world, "favorite Prescription" contains no alcohol, whisky or other intoxicant. Accept no substitute. Mrs Axel KJtr, of Oordonvltle. Cape Girardeau Co., Ma, wtitrs ' When I look t my IMtle boy J feel k my duty to write to you. Pr-hap- s some one will see my tMltuony and t lea to use your favorite rrrVrlption and be bltuetl In the same way This Is my firth child and the only one who cams to maturity 1 the others having died from lack of nourishment so the doctor said I was not sickly iu any way lust thought I would try your and this time I 1 Prescription took nine bottles aud to my surprise It carried me through and pve us as fine a little toy as ever was. Weighed ten and one-hapounds. He Is now five months old, has never been sick a day. and Is so stroug that everybody who sees him wonders at him ne Is so playful and liolds himself up so well. I would like to see this In print for so many have asked mePojouthlnkthesearethe testimonials of tbe people, or has Pr Pierce Just made them up and printed them 1 ' " ZTr. Pierce's rieasant Pellets cure bilious-sca- a. 11 TlI : -- TlC37 lAULVa,si.i. -- .... wv i ihl llfl nCBIillvfi Solil by fit m mum immMh D L. D. ym f MVffnVffff T TI TlnTlmTT lITTliin mimm. If -- n8r hundred. . imnuitm wic.i uiiibsi h pei -- Sandorfur, Beaver Dam. Whut ftrnntr --- torn ana 0 yi n.. d.0 u..i tun ntn bkiio nissi i.i U..M. ...-- . nor hunitrsH n...... Soluble Bone and Potash J1.D5 per nunuteo. ti, ., atrt. ft l ,.:J if .,.. .. .. -near .,..,,. tO J ...ll o.i... fo'. Cmani HAral flreiMr (ailrolls r, nansrs. "vaiai'swrivaa' tfr I ptr . - WE WA'Nt TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION ? To tho fact that wo luivo now on hand a largo and well selected stock of ladie5 Men's Aen's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. Aisses Shoes, As wo do not wish to carry any of these Goods over, in fact wo are rather overstocked, we will for tho EMANCIPATION DAY. A fow years ago wo colored people of this county dbcidod wo would sot apart tho 22d day of September in each year, for thopiirposo of celo brHting tho day on which our fathers wero given their freedom. Hut last spring wo had a meeting hero in Haj ti, called by tho President of our Emancipation Lcnifuo. nnd it was thought bestnottohaie tho celebra tion this year on account of tlm smallpox in soino of our neighboring touns, that wero moro unfortunate than oursolves, and so wo thought that it was nil oer, when tho President had so decided. Hut a fow dnjs before Emancipation day a revered .Majors, now pastor of tho Colored Baptist church hero, sty led himself leader of tho colored pooplo of Ohio consulting any county, without of the leading brethren, Hnd attempting to celebrate the day of our freedom nnd, of course, it was n failure. Everybody know it was only to mako tho said Majors a fow of tlioiu mighty dollars, th.it look as lug ns moons in his eyes, but many of us went to see tho races ho bad acUertistxl mid to hear tbe speakers that ho said would duli er addresses. Tbo rncos pro od a humbug and fraud, so the nudi-en- co was entertained by a fow offFirst was a Mr. hand speeches. Jackson, from Pleasant Ilidgo, Ky., Next to who mado a fow remarks. follow was tbo Hovered Piles, who mado a good talk, then camo forward tho revered Majors. Ho had no start ing point and found no stopping pluco, but just broke off. Ho was reckless and embarrassed from tho ory start ami handled his subject in about tho same way. Ho said ho was sick when bo got up to talklT-an- d most of us thought so before he ran down, but would say a fow words, anyhow, especially about tho olec tiou. Ho led off by saying ho was nut a Democrat and did not like that party. Ho also said bo lood tbo llepublicau party, but said ho had got soro on that party and intended to set down von it, because tbo lead ers fod him on sweetened wind, and invited us all to stay witli him. Now, if tho roverd Majors is as froo from Goebel's money as I am, let us reaWill the son together just a little. gentleman tell me and my peoplo whore and when tho Democrats ovor did an tiling for the nogroes,or oven promised us anything oxcepting just 011 election tunes and ovory negro that has any good old horso sense knows what that is for. Now, I'd like to know what hope tho rovored brntboc lias to get office from the Democrats, for fie said that was what All tho Dotnocrats want ho wanted. with us colored fellers is to put thorn in offico and thou kick us out like we were bo many bounds. Now, on the other band, I'd like to show tbo revered brother what tbe Republican party has dono for us colored folks. Tho greatest and best thing thoy did for us was to toar tho chains that bound us down in slavery, from our poor souls and mado us free and happy pooplo. Now, if any colored man says tbo Republican party didn't do this, ho oither don't have any good old horso sense, or bo nevor read any history. Hut I beliovo tbo reverd Majors said Abe Lincoln did not liavo nothing to do with his freedom, and all sensible negroes knows that Lincoln did free the colored raco when bo wrote that immortal proclamation emancipating 4ho Aiuorlcan slaves. After Lincoln mado us freo tho Republican party mado us voters and gavo us equal rights to the whites. DosUIhs this the llepublicau party in the Northern Stutos lot our children go to school with tho wbitb children. Do tho Democrats do us that way? No, I say. Thoy won't NEXT THIRTY DAYS OFFER And give you good Bargains in the above mentioned lines. We mean business and if you are in need of those goods it will pay you to come and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. Our stock is now and in every respect. up-to-date S. Levy yis Wi & Co., Boda- - Ky. Wi tyi Wi m ns "Sure Will the Harvest Be" ir roil vw. .Beef Blood and JJonc, Bono, Blood and Potash, or .riLi.lllUI.il B JLV11W JJU11C vt Ml . Also McSherry Wheat Drills. O. D. CHICK, Doalor, Boavor Dam, Ky FjaM N2- - Ctfl m 3cr.A.s roa o a,T.g. m $$ $& eer .2 & oven let us ride in thosamocaron tho Toachors' Association. railroads with thorn. In 18S3 tho rrogram for Ohio County Teachers Republican party nominated A sherry of tho Land Offico of Association to be hrld nt Cromwell for Rogiater Kentucky, but of course tho Domu-cra- ts I tbe first Saturday in October: 10.0010:30, Opening exercises. bout him, as thoy lmvoula)s Roll call. done tho "hole Republican ticket. 10:30 11:00, Oral nnd written less Now, my colored friends, I don't sous In Grammar, Iilrch Shields and lias Miss Lillian B. I'aqua. liho tho stops thisroorod brother taken. lie cunolioro a stranger and Technical Grammar .In .the public put himself up as a leader of our schools, IL H. Brown, Miss Lee Chlnn Emancipation Longtio, uhen ho hail and J. i: Miller. nothing to do with it, besides this bo 11:0012:00, What supplementary profohse- - to bo a minister doing work work should be done In Arithmetic, for tbo Master and preaching bis W. C. Bell, O. V. Wilson and R. C good nord to our pooplo and along Jarnagln. Signs In Arithmetic, Jamea with this ho is selling drinks to that Deweete. 12:001:00, Noon. class of our peoplo tbat don't caro 1:002:00, A review of the life and Ho says lie is soiling for nothing. work of restetozzl, Miss Dora Gibson Dtiok Pop and those lawyers say it is against tiio law. Are no going to Sam Taylor. Review of Longfellow's tuko tho advice git en us at the Fair Kvangaline, B. Woodward. 2:002.30, F.ducatlonal value of grounds Friday and just lot any old tiling pull us ilroundy Wo oant af- History, T. I. Moiton and S. P. Mo ford tbat, wo nocr will amount to Ketiney. anything if uo follow tbo advico of 2:30 2M5i Recess. this roverd brother. AVo won't liavo 3M53:3o, A composition on subany such stuff put iu our heads. ject of own selection to contain not Let's bo mou and walk up and oto less than five hundred words. This for tho party that shot for us on those composition is to be read before Asbloody battlefields. sociation and criticized, R. T. Wed CHIT PARKS. ding. 3:304:00, General business. Ad- isajs Hlt 'sy y iipiw Journment. Fon Roobrs, V u O. M. SllULTZ, Com. I I , I I Ur, T. J. Morton. "You May Bond tho Sapling, butNatthoTroo." GsbMs When the children t ihelr feet et and take cold five them a hot foot bath, a bowl of tint drink, a dose of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. The chances ire they will be all right In the morning. Continue the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough has disappeared. Old coughs are also cured; we mean the coughs of bronchitis, weak throats arid irrliablo lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made eaavaml frrnti(nt1u n,,.-...by tho continued use of When disease has become chronic and deep seated it Is olten difficult to cure it. That is the reason why it la best to take Hood's Sarsaparllla when disease first shows itself In pimples, headaches, indigestion, or other troubles which tell of poor blood, weak stomach or disordered liver or kidneys. This great medicine regulates the whole system. It never dlssp-points. s Hood's Pills are the la vo rite family cathartic A Low Rato Excursion to Louls-vlllOctoborOth. o, f Pectoral I Every doctor knows that IM Is (ho best remedy known to medical science for sootning a nu ncaung inilxmod throats and lungs. cherry bark Put ono of Dr.' Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lun$j now smb. tt tka most ami-B.plirilclaus Iu III tfallsd StsUs. Uuasusl 0ipirlanltles and louy.xu.rl. on..mluul)t dl lli.m lor all ioa you Writ IraVIr all m.4ln) parUcuars tn roar est. . xdiui. lit.' J. n. ".v.-!.-m Wa For the opening day of theLonis vllle Industrial Exposition, Street Fair and Midway Carnlnal, the Illinois Central will run its last low price of the season to Louisville. Special train will leave Beaver Dam at 11137 a. in., arriving In Louisville at 3:30 p. m., Monday, October 9th. Tickets (rood to return on regular trains until Wednesday October nth inclusive, rale from Beaver Dam Is $2.50. This will be the most extens sive Street Fair aud Carnival ol tbe year. In addition to the Industrial Exposition will be many of the World's Fair Midway attractions, Including1 HagenbacU's Famous Trained AnN mals, Streets of Cairo, tic. A. II. Hanson, G, V, A. m AUrloa Freo I ' Tho Batl MtltQl tx. adlc MIW.II. U. irrn. a j,ass.v7 i Tna Easlr, Ulna; l All Mlrda, Is noted for its keen Sight, clear and distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro, tf ' FAIR S CO Myers And Dr. H. Innrs, Mr U. Render, made a flying trip to Hart. f rd Wednesday evening on special bu Iness. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bean, I t. SINGS LIKE A BIRO. 44 Woman's Work is Never Miss Flora Bortollo In Conoort To-Nltj- ht. Done' A full line handsome Plaids, Orepons, Broadcloths and other novelties in Dress Goods, now ready for inspection. See styles and learn prices. Handsome lino Percals and Friesetta Cloth. Beautiful line Outings and Flanncletts. HATS AND CAPS. of Sul. - Miss Flora Marguerite Bcltclle, Tuesday and daughter of Mrs. I. Berjamln. cf Quincy, Um brought honor to her native city by her continued success in We received a communication from the musical world. Miss Be r telle Mr. C M. Pcudleton this week, but traveled throuTi the United StftUn are unable to publish: It to day. It and Canada with the Adellnn Pattl will appear iu our next Issue. company, the Anton Seldl Cntfcert Why will people buy "CheapJohn" Company and the Boston Orchestra, sewlug machines when they can get and held fine audiences everywhere. the Singer for 10 cents a day? She'has also appeared with such faGross William, Agent. mous singers as Christine Nllsson, Messrs. Ira And Amnion Loyd en Carlotte Pattl, Emma Eames, Emma tered the Hertford College Monday Juch, Campanlni and others, and was for ten month's work, They made highly praised for her work by eniU Tun Rktuducan a pleasant call Mon nent critics. Her voice is a beautiful dramatic soprano of sympathetic qual day. ity and great range and power. While Mrs. Etnest IIollls and children, Mrs. C. M. Heavrin and chldrcn and Miss Plorence Coome, of Owensboro, are the guests of Mr. M L Heavrin's family. Por Wagons, Buggies and general Horseshoeing, etc , Blacksralthlug, call on Mctlenry Manufacturing and Machine Co. They will make you prices to suit the times. hur Springs, visited their daughter, J Airs II. Wednesday, Thomas, constant care causes sleeplessness, toss of appetite, eitteme nervousness, and that tired feeling. But a 'wonderful change conies when Hood's SarsaparUla is taken. It gives pure, rich blood, good appetite, steady nerves. the Z&odS SaMafymh mimiiamS3jS3r COLLEGE NOTES. Clothing. CAPE AND JACKET TALK. Now that the "melancholy days" aro here, the chilling breeze suggest, to you that you should disrobe yourself of Bummer wear ami don heavier wear. Wo are oflering tho finest lino of cloth and plush Capes ever brought to our city, at price that competitors cannot touch. We oiler all wool double Cape, trimmed in fuf, cheap enough at 81.50, our prico 81.00 Only twenty fivo in stock; whon tbcte are gone no more can bo had at this price. BE QUICK. Flush Capes at 81.08, 82 18, 83.50. 83 00, 87.C0 and 810. All ttieso aro sails seal pfuih, handsomely Hoed and beaded. MILLINERY GOSSIP. Obi well It's hardly worth whilo to blow this department; tho ladies aro kind enough to do that for ui. No Hats trimmed so stylishly. Nono so cheap that's what they talk. Endless variety of Kough Itiders. Sailors and fine trimmed Goods. Children and infant's wear Don't make n mistake and buy before visiting HKADQUAKTEUS. Mrs. Maggie Smith and little son, and Mrs. C. M. Smith, Fordsvllle, Messrs. Rolla Hayes and Sylvester Cecil, Owensboro, ore visiting Mr. T. J. Smith's family and attending the Fair. Mr. Louis Guenther has received a letter from Mr. John Nix, of Louisville, and says that he will be here next week to open up a bakery oppo site the new tobacco factory, on Clay street. Mrs. W. II. GrilTin, Misses Annie Fogle, Edna Griffin, Nola Her, Mary Lou Joplln, and Messrs. Henry Nail, Arthur Busklll and Charlie Griffin attended the Smith Reld wedding at Rnckport, Wednesday, as announced In The RKrOBLiCAN sometime ago. The trial ot Herman Render, for malicious shooting, before Judge Miller Monday was continued, and Ren der awaits the November term of the In this lino we aro hard to down. Wo start a good 10-- 1 white and gray bond was fixed at Blanket at 18c. Wo have heavier goods at 7oc, 81.00, 81 25 and 81 50, up circuit rourt. His $500 and on falling to fill same, re to our extra largo Kentucky. made Blankets, bound with silk, at 83 50. committed to Jailer Black. Comfort and Blanket Chat. STAPLE DEPARTMENT. Wo aro still keeping up our reputation br selling Shirtings, Bleach and Brown Cottons, Canton Flannels, all wool Flannels, Tablo Linens, Calico, Ginghams, as cheap as some merchants buy them, and then, too, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Wo aro not matched by anyone for correct styles, beet quality and lowest prices. Dr. S. J. Wedding, of this place, has received an Invitation to attend the graduating exercises of the Touro Infirmary Training School for Nurses, at New Orltans, October 2d, wheu Miss Annie Lawrence, lormerly of O'.aton, this county, will graduate. When you come to Hartford if you have a watch, clock, a pair of spec tacles oranvthlnsr In the Jewelery line that needs repairing, don't forget to bring It to A. E Pate, Hartford's jeweler, and get it repaired. He guarantees all work to give satisiac Prices reasonable. Hon Remember the Place: FAIR & CO., THE FAIR DEALERS. Hartford Republican.! . Mr. J A. Anderson, who has been Mr SamCox is home attending the foreman of the The Herald oflice since . Ha r (his week. February has resigned his position FRIDAY, SKPTHMBKK 29 Mr. II. L. Thomas, of Sulphur with the Herald to accept a position on the Gleaner at Beaver Dam. Mr Springs, was In town Tuesday. X. B. Martin. Anderson Is a eood workman In the Ithn D. Mini. Miss Clara I.ovell, Greenville, Is printing office and will do well In that t of Miss Sidle Austin, city. tile gnei-line wherever he may choose to labor Col J S. R Wedding will be in Mrs. John Chtnu, of near Beaver Cincinnati next week on legal busiDam, died ot consumption Tuesday ness. Proprietors of- night and was burled at Liberty cem Miss Ma Lou Johnson, of Provl etery Thursday. She leaves a, husband deuce, Is the guett of Miss Mabel and seven children to mourn her death Hubbard Funeral excerclses were conducted by , Mrs lji'za Duke, of St. Louis, Mo-- Rev. G.J. Bean. Tim Republican Is visiting relatives and friends in extends condolence to the bereaved family. Hartford. Mr. James D. Taylor was sworn in Mr. George Weisman, Irvlngton, is as deputy Wednesday morning by barber shop with Mr. 1$. L li the Sheriff S. T. Stevens. Mr. Taylor Is Uullington. business an energetic and Miller and wile, of Aber- man and will fill his position with Mr R deen, Ky., are visiting hla sister, Mrs credltto himself and country, ite will H. P. Neat. succeed. Mr, R. B Martin. Since Mr. livery business he Misses Williuont Ueulah and Eva Martin entered the found himself unable to do justice In Clark, Calhoon, are vising Miss An We have recently taken charge ot both fields of labor. llic Likens & Rosa stable and now nie Newton. Col. CM. Barnettand family lelt have the best equipped stable In the Taylor Babbage, Hardlnsburg.'Ky , Wednesday morning for Louisville, preen River Country. Good teams, Is spending the week with Mr Ly where they will spend the. tall and iood wagons and are prepared to fill uiau Williams winter. The citizens of town regret hummers' orders on short notice. Gross Williams will sell you a good very much to give this excellent famWagons for sale at all times, second band sewing machine for $10 ily up, but hope to have them return Buggies for sale at nil times. with the. returning of spring. Mr. See him at once. Proprietors of Hartford and Dcaver lias purchased a lot in Hart-lor- d Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, Beaver Barnett ura Mall Line. and will erect and edifice in the Dam, were the guests of Mrs, and E for trip to Beaver Dam, 35c. near future for his prominent home IPaie ol Peed, Best of Hay, and your P. Neal yesterday. Col. I. S. R. Wedding received a trse will receive best attention. Mr. Jesse Williams, Williams Mines, commission from Gov. Bradley last jive us a call duilng Pair week. RBl'Unu-CAwas n pleasant caller at Tiir Friday informing blm that be bad Yours truly, oflice Monday. been annotated on the State Board of KB.OWN & MARTIN, Schtccter's Ploatlug Studio is now Equalization to succeed Henry G Hartford, Ky. at Calhoun, and will return to HartN Overstteet, of Owensboro Col. WedIf ding Is a man whose abilities are well ford, December the 1st. (fcGnffey'a spellers 10 cts at J. H. known to all prominent men In the Mr. and Mrs. O P. Biunton, Beaver Iliams. State and the Governor made no mis Dam, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs jr. J S. Coleman, Beaver Dam, wts take In honoring one of Ohio countle's B. D. Rlngo Wednesday. best men with this position. pwn Tuesday. Mr, D. P. Tracy, of Louisville, is Rev, Silas Newton delivered a aplen made us Ir J W, Thomas, Roslue, visiting his many friends In Hartford did sermon for his final address to his feasant call Monday. this week and attending the Pair. audience here Sunday night. Bro, jrn, to the wife of Dr. R. D. Pen- One of Mr. Robt. Plumper's chiU Newton is an earnest worker in his En the sad, a fine boy, dren, of. newer Dam, is quite sick church and for the cause of his Masi lllie Wedding, of Louisville, Is with diphtheria and Is. not expected to ter. He will long be remembered by Ing iu town this week. live. the people tor whom he has so earT, Ryan, of nestly laborid 'during the .past two D. L, D. Sanderfur's "ad" on Mr and Mrs. Geo. new liters in aubther column, 10 Schochoh, Logan county, are the years, and be leaves us, for bis Mrs. B. D. field of labor, with our very kindest cif their daughter, M, L Heavrin was in Pranklort guests and best wishes. Rlngo. kturday on legal business. Cant. N. T, Howard and Hon. R C, II you need, any j jb work the Rc Pearl Holbrook, Ilulord, Ky., Baiz-toto accommodate Jaraagln spoke to 400 voters at runuCAN is prepared Mr Rowan Holbrook. Saturday. Tae crowd was given you. Give us a call. All work ember, the Richmond Liundry guaranteed. a musical treat by the Balzetown ery best. Clkvb Iuin.'Agt. Brass Band bf fore the speaking. Cant. Mr. William Renftow and little son, Howard and Mr, Jarnagln made needing anything in the llv Edward, ami Mrs. Julia Renlrow, ot splendid speech, exposing Ooebellsm line, patronize Pield & Son. Sulphur Springs, are the guests of Dr. and defending the State and Nitlonal iuale White, Princeton, Ky., S J. Wtddlng. Republican administration, The lib g Mrs. Ctiarlie Rogers, city. It you come, to the fair don't forget eral applause given the speakers Indl Julia Renfrow, Dundee, Is vis- - to bring your watch or anything In catesa majority against Goebelism or tr daughter, Mrs S. J. Wed-- . the jewelery line that needs rcpaiiing one hundredvotes on the 7th of No vember, to A. I? Pate, jeweler. EEOWH MASTIN, laid Limy Stai. t wn ESI All kinds, styles and prices, both for men, boys A fuil and complete line just received. We start Prof Morton and wife visited Miss and children. "them at 75c a suit and on up to fro just the thing Mattie Plrtle, Sulphur Springs, 23d. , for the Pair. Call and see them. Prof. Morton delivered a lectuie at the We have just received a big lot ready-maSkirts school house the night ot the 23d, at and Underskirts. A full line Flannel Underskirts, Our line of Gentlemen's Fall Neckwear is now in the above named place. now ready for your selection. SEE THEM. and ready for sale all new styles and late shades. Prof. Shultz made a business trip to Echols Saturday. BLANKETSI BLANKETSI Messrs, Ira and Amon Loyd, HenLACE CURTAINS. derson county, have recently matrlc Yes, we've got them, ranging in prices from 50c, Special prices on Lace Curtains at 75c, $1, $1 25, ulated In our school. 60c, 75c, $1 25, $1 35, $ 1 50, $2, $2 so, $2 75, $3 75, $' 35, $' 50, $ and $2 25. See our handsome Rugs, Mr. C. L. Patton visited relatives at ft 50 and $5. Bed Comforts all kinds and prices. Oil Cloths and Homemade Carpets. Adaburg Saturday and Sunday. Rev, Newton conducted general ex Ladies' Cloaks. Overcoats! ercisrs Tuesday morning. Bro. New We propose to lead in this line. First, by show, ton's talk was very interesting as This line Is strictly up to date In every particular. well as instructive. log the best and most stylish garments. Second, by We have them ranging in prices from $t 25 to $15. Mr. Al?a Taylor was a pleasant offering them to you at One Low Spot Cash- - Price. Come in and let us show them to you. Fall Stuck caller at Ex Wednesday morning. Third, when you see our styles and get our prices, now in and ready for your inspection. A brand new School is progressing nicely. are sure to sell. Ask to see this line when In our store. line of Overcoats. Quite a number of our students are attending the Fair this week. A big line Trunks, Telescopes and Suit Cases at UMBRELLAS. Student. prices. Notwithstanding the advance Lot No. 1 in this class of goods, we have run icross some bar39c A Surprise Wedding. Lot No. 2 gains and will offer same to you. If you are needing 50c . 75c Lot No. 3 anything in this line, you cannot afford to pass us. A Henderson boy soon to wed a fair , Lot No. 4 $1.00 Stop and look and get prices. daughter of Hartford, says Wednes, . . . 2.25 On up to day's Owensboro Messenger: Mr. Thomas J. Mullen, of Hender MILLINERY. The best line ever opened up In SUSPENDERS son, and Miss Nola May Her, o( Hart We are showing the nicest assortment cf Millinery num, m eKjjmjrmx.rjujAi mford, will be united In marriage some that has town and at prices to suit tbe times. ever been shown in Hartford. We Invite We have in our Domestic Department big drives time fn October. Mr. Mullen holds a everybody to see this line before purchasing. We per yard. in Shirtings, from 44c to abroad Miss Bettelle was presented at very responsible position with the know we can please you both In style and price. Re court where she was received with Illinois Central between Paducah and member that this department is under the manageNew Fall Style Dress Prints. great favor. In France she was deco- Louisville, perhaps englneer,says the ment ot Mrs Sara Collins Smith. Bleached and Brown Domestics, CantonJIPlannels rated and was accorded the gold medal Messenger. The bride to be is a .and Bed Ticking. and diploma of honor, rarely given to bright and accomplished young-ladBOOTS AND foreigners, Miss Bertelle leaves for and has many friends here who will FURNISHING GOODS. We carry the laigest assortment of Ladles', Gents' Louisville Friday, but sings In con be pleased to hear of her good fortune. Ladles', Gents' and Children's Underwear, Gents' cert at the Unitarian Church Thusday, After the nuptials shall have been and Children's Shoes ever brought to Ohio county. Dress Shirts, prices from 25c to $1.50. Good heavy September I, (to morrow), an oppor- conpluded, which is unknown at pres- Gentlemen, see our handsome line of Bootees, High work Shirts from 20c up. Heavy Wool Overshlrts, tunity which will be taken advantage ent, Mr. Mullen and wife will return top bals, Patent Leather Shoes, Vicl Kid and all shades in tan. They are beauties. Our prices In from 50c to $1.50. of by all the music lovers of Quincy to Paducah, their future home. this line range irora $1.00 to $5 00. Our stock of Men's heavy work Gloves, Men's dressed Kid Miss Kate Cohen nud our best local "A word to the wise is sufficient." Boots is now complete. You should see them before Gloves, in fact, we have everything in the Furnish talent will assist In making the con IV7i2lViil ing Goods' Hue. Wise people keep their blood pjjre you purchase. cert one to be long remembered. with Hood's Sarsaparilla and make Quincy (III ) Herald, sure of health. Miss Bertelle comes highly recom McHENRY, KY. mended as being one of America's most att ractlve vocalists. The Herald Health in this community is good ol Quincy, 111., compliments her most Miss Maggie Melcalfe.who has been highly and we hope the people of Hartford will be able to vnrify the ill of typhoid fever, Is improving. A Mr. White, of Beaver Dam, was Herald's commendation, niter having head her themselves to night in the burled here Tuesday. Many of our people witnessed the ceremonies at the Court Hall. grave. About one hundred railroad men are A Groat Revival. PHILIPPINES LETTER. Commercial Hotel. working at,or near McIIenry. New Farmers, steel rails have been laid on this diand all vis Cromwell, Ky., Sept. 24, 1899. John C. Barnard Gives an Ac- Itors should business men Commercial stop at the vision and tbe roadbed has been Through the kind providence of tidy counted Himself In a Few Hotel during the Fair. Cool, and broadened and laid with crushed stone rooms and an excellent table. Rates God we have been blessed with an old Pointed Sentences. In a short time the I C wilt be the fashion gospel revival at Green River f, 1..00 per day. best road iu the State, Baptist church, something that we A r.lnml,. T .,,., .uuipjjiu, nut;. w.wM, rl.!1Il Judge Wi H. Holt and ILin. J.W. '" A Uulon Sunday School was organ have needed for a long time. Tbe Throckmorton, Republican nominee ized at the school house Sunday, Bro iom, J899. 1 hope you may be in As usuallv treated a snrain will dls meeting was conducted by Revs. D.J. tercsled by these few lines from the able the injured person for three or tor commissioner ot Agriculture, will B P. Cargall was elected Superinfour weeks.but if Chamberlain's Pain K. Maddox and son Ed. We had at speak American nrmv in the fiflrl. tendent and E W. Patterson, secretary. yjPPMed a complete cure some fine sermons by Bro. Ed. He ollBa,m '8 Companies C, D, F, H, I and Miss Grade Roll, who Is connected n.. a very . lew days. did most of the preaching. The r' ?.y be 'v.'. IUU1 t UUDUICU Paln Mlll ngo cares toeumatism uuuk with the Hartford school, visited her church was greatly revived and roused 01 me 1st Washington volunteers, cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by mother last Saturday and Sunday. up to a sense of her duty. There 1 m three troops of the 4th Cavalry, and a Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. School here is getting along nicely were 33 additions to the church, 29 part'of Battery E (Canron's old bat- Everybody cordially invited. Messrs. Ernest Woodward and E. W . received baptism, one yet to be baps Weau Eye Are MnUeSlronn, ' ",, ery) of i.t Artillery took Calamba ondlmvls,on made cIear 8tyM removed and one restored. Patterson are the teachers. Much In the 26th of July. "We have been slow and granulated lids or sore eyes ot tized) 3 by letter The news of the death ol Jesse terest is being manifested and good ly extending our lines ever since. It any kind speedily and effectually Some of the members received were and women that Baltzell came very unexpected to us work is being done. is slow, cautious work againsf a larg- cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle old gray headed men Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and had lelt the frst of many winters. Six just before going to press. He died Miss Lillian Patterson, of Prentls, er force of inferior morale. sold on a guarantee by all good drug- of them were heads ot families, and yesterday morning about 8 o'clock entered school here Monday. We are work is a sample. gists. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & one had held to infidelity and argued with diphtheria alter a very brief pe glad to have her in our school and An early morning counter move - Bro, tt it for years? The chnrch thinks that welcome her among our people. m rlodot Illness Jesse was the only child ment and chase of some Gugus, whoi of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Dexter, the meeting was a grand success, and ot Mr. and Mrs. George Baltzell, and Public Speaking. have been annoying our left center join In one body In giving God all the this unexpected summons of their be Beaver Dam, spent Sunday with Today our outposts hold their posU praise and Honor lor sucn an out Santa. tion of yesterday. The sick Capt. N. T, Howard, Republican pouring of his love. loved boy is indeed heart rendering. friends here. list Is not Bro. James Wilson's two daughters Jesse was a very bright and promishrge for three weeks of bivouacking nominee for State Senator, and Hon. Superintendents Visits. ing boy, only thirteen years old with an occasional grass covered R. C. Jarnagln, Republican nominee were baptized at the same time, mak lor Representative, will address the ing a twin baptism. Tub Republican, indeed, regrets to "Nipa," hut for partial Bhelter. Yours in Christ, On the following dates mentioned I citizens of Ohio county at the follow bear the sad news of the death of such y I received three roples of N. C. Dahiki,. visit the schools indicated by the your raper. a new a promising boy to the friends of the will uniformed a beef ! ,Df ,tim" October 2d, Hartford Mc Monday, family. The burial will take place to following numbers: steak. The Quartermaster and the Henry at night. Monday, Oct. ad, No. 512829. commissary supplies are day at Liberty cemetery. The grief far better Tuesday, October 3d, Beaver Da- mTuesday, Oct. 3d, No. 863263. than in the Santiago campaign stricken mother and father have the of '98. Wednesday, Oct.4th.No. Taylor Mines at night. sympathy of their many friends. Barnard. Wednesday, October 4th, Roslne Thursday, Oct. 5th, No. 893826, turn rpnt Jitfliiin la onnA nn P. Friday, Oct. 6tb, No. 79 3 25 n,.n . 1,. pi.iii.-.- I Mount Pleasant nt night, Thursday, October s, Horse Branch AH trustees, patrons and friends of Island, or when signed by anofficelI Hopewell at night. ... Tt o a education are earnestly invited to be ,m k b I Friday, October 6th,01atou-Da- vid Respectfully, present. son at night. Fon Rooers, Saturday, October 7th, Sulphur Mr. Carl Fry, son of Mr. James P Springs. .Hartford's Enterprises. Fry, of Beaver Dam, died very sudMonday, October 9th, Beda Htflin denly Sunday night of typhoid fever. at night. The water works to be In Hartford He had only been sick a few days and wllPsoon be a reality. Tbe material Tuetday, October loth, Buf ird was not thought to be In any serious for '(be stand Wednesday, October 11, Bell's Run pipe Is being hauled danger until the suigmons was made froiij Dartlett School House at night, tbe railroad station at Beaver cod-livI can't take plain and he was ordered to appear before Thursday, October 12th, Magnn Dam and its erection will soon be vlg He oil. Doctor says, try it. the great throne of Eternity. The oroiisly prsecuted. This Is a much Deanfield at night. mother of young Pry has beeu an in- netted convenience add a safe guard might as well tell me to melt Friday, October 13th, ;1;tnavllle. valid lor a number of years and this agalng't fire. Of course it will incur lard or butter and try to take Saturday, October 14th, Fordsvllle. young man dutlng this period of her considerable expense on the company them. It is too rich and Monday, October 16th, Shteve affliction, has been very attentive to and But will uoset the stomach. Trlsler at night. tbehe people should, encourage her needs. Tun Rekiulican desires the enterprise in every way possible. Tuesday, October 17th, Narrows you can take milk or cream, to extend Its sympathy to the bereaved All enterprises must eventually fail Hlnes' Milt at night. so you can take family and friends In the hour ot their unless the cooperation of the best citWednesday, October i8th,Shroader affliction. School House at night. izens can be obtained. Good people, Monday, October 23d, Centertown Last Saturday was milliner's day lets encourage this firm iu their efloit at night for the Hartlord merchants, It was for our good, and then speak a klrd It Is like cream 1 but will Tuesday, October 24th, Point Pleas "Overwork and loss of necessary our- pleasure, by special request, to word to our town trustees and see it feed and nourish when cream sleep made nte very nervous and tt ant Church at night. visit Fair & Co's display, which was they wont give us something to walk Babies and chil will not. Wednesday, October 25th, Equality was with the greatest difficulty that I elegantly arranged and made a fine on, in tbe way ol sidewalks, besides dren will thrive and grow could execute my solos. A friend church at night. showing. We presume the displays tbe mother earth. One enterprise fat on it when their ordinary Thursday, October 26th, Ceralvo advised me to give Dr. Miles' Nervine successfully managed demands apoth in all the stores were handsomely ad a trial, which laid and received imfood does not nourish them. School House at night. er and so the world goes. The new justed. mediate benefit. In a few days I was Penonj have bun known to jskt Speaking begins at 1 and 7:30 p m, entirely relieved. I recommend it to tobacco lactory will soon be under a pound a day when taUnj an C. P. KEOWN, construction. The firm lmi purchased all musicians who suffer from over H jets ounce of Scott's Emublon. Ch'm'n Campaign Committee. worked and disordered nerves." a lot from My. D. P. Tracy and will the dleilrvt machinery In worilnij Immediately begin workiso as to be OtlQ H. Sknimr, Luuk Irritation order to (hat (he ordinary food 6 asie euu at., Mhauks m is the forerunner to consumption, ready to receive tobacco by tho 1st of digested and atslmlUted. properly Honey will cute Dr, Bell's riue-Ta- r December. Fartuers should not be toe nJ Yi 00, .11 anigi. it, and give such strength to the t. hasty Is disposing of their crop, it too lungs that a cough or a cold will not It sold by all druscUU on guarantt, la a foregone conclusion that tobacco Grit totllo btnehu or money pack. settle there. Twenty five cents at all I Ta Cura Caailluatlaa. Vorav.r. jjook.ou aeatc na nm frrwt rtniirirlstft- - ForadlehvZ W.vu kbi ug will be more valuabte this year than Tare OucartU Caulr CaUwrtla lOaerSM. R.imM j, 1110 .UilM Madical Company. Elkba tf If tt O. fall to sure, drmwUtl ntuwi avoir. Grtllin for (uany years. de Wraps and OvercoatsI rock-botto- ..'...."....,... 8c msmmssAW '-- t" SHOES. Our new line of Pictures are now in. If you have ene due you call at once and get it. Very Respectfully, vj J, S0LLINS, HARTFORD i,uui,i,,i( .-.' Republican Speaking Holt Mirk HARTFORD, MONDAY, OCT. 2nd, o'clock p. m. .... ... .... .. j'J To-da- To-da- . 69927 Come to tho Holt .n, S.A lie sure una comoj to tho speaking. nox Monday. and Throckmorton speaking Monday. .mi.,i. V1 1 A!S Right Now. NO USE TRYING wife r ' Scott's Emulsion - - Kemombor tho Musical begins at 8 o'clock in tho Court Hall to-nigh- Every- i Dr. MifmM'Norvh body is expected to bo present. a g2kaaaairaAtf tifiT Vf 4 1 -- . IRAW AS BEEF Not much attention ti to the Torture Equal to ttia first symptom! of Eciema, often Itpaidnot lona but Ii before the little redness begins to Itch ana "HeWnr and Rnrnlntr nf burn. This la but the beginning, and trill lead to aufferlng and torture almoat unendurable. It is a common mistake, to regard roughness and redness of the skin as Fearful Disease. merely a local irritation: It Is but an Indica tion of a humor in the blood of terrible : Sezema Trhlch is moro than and can not bo reached bv local arjoli cations of ointments, salres, etc., applied to the surface Tho disease itself, the real cause of the trouble, Is in the blood, although all suffering is produced through the skin; the only Tray to reach tho disease, therefore, Is through the blood. Mr. Phil T. Jones, of MixersvIUe, Ind., writes: "I had Eczema thirty years, and aftor a groat deal of treatment my leg vras so raw and soro that it gare mo constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and began to spread And grow worse. For tho past fire or f six years l havo suffered untold agony and had given up all hope of ever being freo from the disease, as I havo been treated by somo of the best physicians and havo taken many blood medicines, all In vain. With little , faith left I began to take 8. 8. 8., and it apparently mado tho Eczema worse, but I knew that this was the way the remedy got rid of tho poison. Continuing 8. 8. 8., tho sore healed up entirely, tho skin became clear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly." Eczema is an obstlnato disease and can not be cured by a remedy which is only atonic. Sniffs Specific i IMm$ skin-dee- superior to other blood remedies because it cures diseases which they oaa not reach. It goes to tho bottom to tho cause of the disease and will ears the worst caeo of Eczem, no matter what other treatment has failed. It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to be freo from potash, mercury or any other mineral, and never fails to euro Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, Cancer, Tetter, Ilheumatism, Open Sores, Ulcers, Boils, etc. Insist upon S. S. 8. ; nothing can take its place. 4 Books on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Company, Atlanta, Georgia. ! Spa--cil- ia S. 8. S. FOR THE BLOOD 8ENDJS miiHukI tsjliakftO. ISMLOlKIl QSsJE lli Lu felloe, ur3j.IS, r j ur nearest frtl ht u irnt at it y uflrtllt emeHr n ttrrcirl, x iMtioi rlsuf fttTb.OOl014M.4)VUietrrc far better than orgiiiiiairrrued bo 'on at inoro money ry day offer tier, 33175 friybt aire it enr ire!! nt stYiui7"UtT,.-Fwn3 & ORUA, VIM! JlKoucaQCxatnln lOU It at iimUii'm, A tl.lMj, owt j bylrV:MC. O. f- rLIm-- DOLLAR lt I UUM ff ach n otli-- w" never iitU brlore QUEEN In 0neotUieMtuillUlLLKAMfTEKTCST tiLO ummtmT ntr m& . v, tu the u at rati nth nnW!i tnfrrrnvgii direct froL anliotojfrofh.y iranfornooirti 'oaofll ,ia quarter an Uaiuuul Appe iraoce Sluce lrom nk, anviiuei nirutoant'i TIIK ; lr. laioal IMJU v. 3 snniina viiin ann weV w !. uihitt g is. t, in 11 Bb n asff t.OVi Iiit.uiia Irlsitl.t. tii iimli . , Et Iak)iak lUfcdU, rt'Mte, Crr lrti.lt (mi Icm, Citrtilr, fritptu fcrl lad b Hvebbbi 3 O . 1 1 Orsvs (.well, 4 If . 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OUH RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED ,'.T w wrlto r ( uvali wtth us uit ur oel.'ht or 'IhatMiLllihtrf thlriMIKTtr Afptronoliuinl Alinr I r nr. or Corn EXLluui,re Nit lt&nk,C IIcnpxti or Oirnun Ciehaner&nlc, New Yirki or loTrmllroaflorexprtr n kat arspli l .fr lloa,outi 00, occupy rntlrannn of the larpr.t bualnew block frimranf InCLleatrn I 'cbbo. anj employ nearly 1 VJO por Iti our oan bull ntr. Ita r.KLLilltCiaH at 1UU91 tlliJ a I ai alacTerythlnr lo miiflral lntrumtnta at lowt tuboteaalerTln-it- . pianr Wrtto lorfrfreape-lalonra. rr I lot tniment catalcvuf AiMitm I8f am. liaeb.ck A Ca. era laeraaaaty . f ARi RCCniJCK & CO. lnc), Fulton. Sejclainei nd Wami Sl.. CHICACO. ILL S3I.75 til's. mni THE ACME tdtrUsiiici...,;.?: IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE i l$ ib CUnt (rd KJ. Mi'i ' !!, !!, WfBBSESmB irt lIINaill NF 1. aj4 LOUISVILLE, HENDEllSON Ir 5 & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, Union Depot. Seventh t:ixs t & and River. 1SV Louisville to St. Louis West. n:5Sptn Mt.Vernon " Evansville 2S20p tU 12:551 m 2:45a m " Henderson 2,'46p ni 3:10a m 1:25a tu Jf ' Owensboro " rfeynon. i" 3 44P m 4:00a ni tb ArrlveTsPlrOuis m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45P m 7:30a ru B. r.3TTT3Tm.I-I- 3 TO No. 45 No 41 No 43 . 7 45a m Leave Louisville . 8:35P ni 4!5P m ' Hawesvllle. 8.P4p ra 11:18pm 10:43a m ' " Owensboro, 1 :40a ni j 2 :5s p m y:o5p m ru " Henderson. I2:45p io:iup tn 12:55a m Arrive Evansville 1:15pm io:4op ra 1:25am EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLP. No. 42 No 44 No 46 Leave Evansville 6.50a m 2:2op m 2:45a " Henderson 2 46p m 7:151 m 3:10a m ' Onensboro 8:rsa m 3M4P m 4.1'oa m ' Il.uvesvilie . . . .9:13am 4:41pm 4:50a m Anive Louisville . . . . 12 35p m 7 45p m 7:30a ru All trains run through solid to Evat sille Ihrnueh Pirlor Car" and Pull unan Sleop-ron all tMins to Fv insvil'e Hnd St L Mils. Numbers 4t and 42 ,inrifct at Irvlnjjtnn for Hordeville iV Hardinshure daily, 36 1 , iaboncave'LouIsvilte " Owensboro 11:40a ni " Henderson I2:45p uj I " Evansvllle 1:151 m "9 "Artcir 1st, loss. St. Louis to Louisville 7:56a ui 222 Fourth Avenue. & East No. 4i. 7:451 m No. 45. 1 8:SSP m Leave St Louis No 44 No. 46 8:55p n " .... .... .... i s ' q Mfc ViiUtely necessary to the young man or ournj woman ho would win win life This heme conceited it is o( first irupoitance to vet your at the Fchool thnt standh in the very front rank. A fiasiness gdcieaiion ANT&STATTJN ) J JB BRY EEPIN BUSENESS tecliots i.ouisi Seen hit line tie-t. 11.1,1:, wi:mu cxiii-riercn- l h usi-- s iI'HY J yniimtes iwctipil .g prominent it will he m ti'ed t v FREE Otar1!! .te 'jf ihts cntlejeurrferrcd hv hui Write lor a htMtitlful book plvinjj tes 28 ui. each one a PtJfcialivt COLLEGE, in positions all over the 4 Ynu can save 10 to 15 per cent EVV m siasKax3S2xstu!isaivaeavsiEmisai3Be3KssBS' by buying your I 1 Lumbor, sash, doors, shingle? und building material at tho Cornor ot Inglo and 7th sts I have one ol the hot arMiitiuetity f Utotcr Lumber in the State, and can nidkc,tt an olj-c- t to u to obtain net for juur lumber. I itell strictly lor Cash, which intan.s that ou will not have to hejp pay any bad tillH when you buy lure. a"eUtJ ; 1 THEO.E.RECTiEF, Dealer 33'V-A.Tr"VI3L-IJII!, fa1" In all kind of Building Ma'erial, voiim:h nuvu.viii nii i.ii.r. sritn.-rN- - - .IIMDD. The Smith Premier Typewriter ,..u tu... Economical CuutnxrttJ ef ilmptt Writing Machine. en xknHftc prfrdpUl tnj pitll, II Is Iht m iattUi micUnfituJt, Rcpilf UUs r4 uJactJ la the minimum. U Is te BolVtteiWHUr, Ask for M CiJlvw. . ru Smith Prtmltr Typewriter Company, 5 215 5th St. LouiBvillo, Ky I tit., Cinolnnatl, O. Walnut J -- - j! ) across a river In the Soudan tn less bama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana 4..-4- i time than nny European nation, with and north of the Ohio It reaches Into If GOEBEL DOES NOT INTEND TO STEAL n stsrt of 4.000 miles, can do the work. Bt Louis and also has Cincinnati as FRIDAY, SHPTEMP1U 29 We sell Ironware In Birmingham; carTHE ELECTION, WHAT DOES a terminus. It Is one ot the great Inpets In Kidderminster; wo pipe the stitutions that brought the country out THIS MEAN? sewers ot Scotch cities; our bicycles of tho forest and wilds to Us present distance all competitors on the conti- state of Industrial activity; and when SECRETALLIANCEHOAX nent; Ohio sends watch cases to den we Injure the road all tho peoplo along TRIM11LIC TO THOMPSON era. All this Is to the advantage of Its line must necessarily suffer. WithCity ol Frank (bit. all parties; there Is no sentiment In out the people's support It can not exExecutive Department Secretary Hay Explodes Dcrn-ocra.- It; they buy our wares because we ist and on the o.her hand, without Prank llewiit, Treasurer. make them better and at lower coat he L. ft N. tbo people adjacent thereGhost Stories. W S. Dehoncy. Major than other people. We are enabled to to. In our op.nlon, would find a poor, Ren Marshall. C'rrk do this through wise laws and the miserable existence In this day ot rap-IFtanlclut, Ky , Auc 13 1698 American genius for economy. Our trauslt. We have never seen any- Mr. W It Thompson, 1'iank RELATIONS WITH ENGLAND working people prosper because we hlng yet that had not two sides to It fort. Ky : are all working people; our Idle class tt the I ft N. wera for Goebel everyI My Dear Mr Thompson Is tso meager to count All the enerthing would ba lovely with that party will prtf ice the cmitetna ! this gies ot the nation are devoted to this and no mention would come from that Thej Arn Frli'ndly, but No llore So mighty letter by aayiiif! that u haven't task to Insure labor Us ad- side denouncing It as a great and dann belter triend in Franklin cntm lliaa With UiTinanr. equate reward, and so to cheapen pro gerous trust Goebel and every ma- nty than lam ami it isinv irlrnd duction as to bring the product within sensible man would accept Its Influship for yutl that I write this the reach of the greatest number for ence with grace Just at this very time letter. Ynu wcrelhdlcattd by the OUE UHPABALLELED PB03PEBITY the least money. while the battle line Is bolng formed. County Committee an one ol the It Is said a drowning man will graa Mat n Attitude of MtDM. Election Coramlfuinntt (nf this course our prosperity would not at a straw, this Is equally true to the county. No better in in cnuM Ot rUpobllrin Policy of TrotaelloD llaa Jaa- - bring us friends If we held an attitude Democratic party. They know well have been nppnlnUd but it Is n unenviable portion. nnd one j nu ot menace to other nations. But this that Goebel can not be elected and as tiflrd llaalf br Its Worka, Domaallo should not ccrpt Our cmi"l we have never done, and I hopo and a last resort nave brought the L. ft N Uracil In a; nod Vorrlcn Trad Is all right fairly Dcinncrxtic, believe we never shall do. Wo have Into politics, smearing the eyes of the l'roporliont Mavtr Defor but city t br won great latent military power; we are rural voters with slimy lies, then enAtlaliard by Ua. with n fair count and tt know capable at short notice ot remarkable deavoring to portray to them the L. ft that as well n I do Incomt'e military efficiency, but the habit and N. as their enemy and oppressor. Can tent, unfrllble Republican spirit ot the American people Is essen thlsmethod ot campaigning be successSome expressions In the recent platjudges wilt hsve-- tn besppointt d tially peaceful. The vast majority ot ful? No; not so long as Kentvcklaus The riitht of the Republican tn form ot Ohio Democrats have moved our people would be glad to think that feel the need ot railroads. Indiciite who shall rrpirrrt In regsrd to railroads, we believe Secretary Uay to write a letter to that the era of wars was over; that there should be a law to regulate exthem as jtidees, etc . will liJve battle anywhere In tho Chairman Dick of the Ohio Republican not another ever to bv ignored, and the K ecttnn stain the earth with cessive charges where no competition world should secretary I carnage or break the heart ot a confronts a railroad company, hut Commlrsioners will have tn do committee. Coming from the this, or receive the ill will ol the of state of the United States the letter mother. No other nation would ever that law should be fairly framed and city Democrats. I would not do i hare shown pa- - equal to all concerned. Railroads aiv the Is Important. it, for I coutd notcnnFcientioui a necessity, and thtretore they should ' After saying that tho Democratic tlence with which we watched, for so be constructed and equipped In the ly do so. and I know vi u many years, the scenes of waste and would nrt; Iherelnre m nHvcr party hadj lost Its stock In1 trade by disorder which make the recent his- very best and modern way In order to to you Is to lelu-- e to act I had tho collapse of their money hobby and tory ot Cuba. When the state .of Insure safety to life. If we legislate a talk with Judge Prynr on the their free trade hobby, owing to the things at our doors had become intol- against railroads beyond the limits ot sul ject nnd he said II ynu wnu'il prosperity of the country under sound erable we took up arms to redress Justice we endanger the lives of many refuse to net he wnu'd npi int Innocent money and a protective tariff, Mr. Hay wrongs already too long endured, thousands. Including the any one that we might indicate without a thought In any mind of con- women and children. proceeded: which would be Pen Marshall It the L. ft N. Is a political organizaYon know Ben Is so p.ittlan What Is left, then. In the way of a quest or aggression. But no one can tion we have never before heard ot It, control the Issues ot war. Porto Rico that an) thing Is right that htlps platform? The regulation of trusts, and the Philippines are ours, and the and certainly fall to see tt In that role. the Democrats which the Republicans can themselves destinies of Cuba are, for the moment The Democrats say it has bought all manage, having all the requisite expe Think this matter over, and the papers In the state thai oppose ureyour best judgment, and il rience both of legislation and business; Intrusted to our care. It Is not per- Goebel. Well, we fall to understand mitted us to shirk the vast responsiyou conclude to accept write me and finally the war, which. It seems, this. If the L. ft N. were really Interimmedlately.fin ', I will have the was too efficiently carried on, and has bilities thus Imposed upon us without ested In buying newspaper plants It exhibiting a nerveless pusillanimity change made. I will also sic been too beneficial to the nation to suit would certainly be wise to buy those that your interests are the Democratic leaders. We have been which would bring upon us not only which advocate Goebel's election. sented In the appointment ol vf able to give in our time some novel the scorn of the world, but what la We oppose any corporation, trust or But ficers on your stde ol the river. Ideas to the rest ot the world, and nons far worse, our own Is working for the de as we did not seek these acquisitions combine that Let me hear from jou at once. more novel than this, that a great parstruction of the people's rights and Sincerely yonr Irlend, which came to us through tho Irrety should complain that the results ot a liberties and that does not build and South TRUinu!. war were too advantageous. It will be sistible logic ot war we are not striv- develop the country's resources. Messenger (Rep). bard, however, to convince the bulk of ing anywhere to acquire territory or conquest It Is THOMPSON TO TRIMllt.i; our people that we are the worse off extend our power by no secret that In more than one quarcirrvRKU Monurs jiAnncTs because our flag has gained great honFlag Pork. Ky . Ausr 8. 1898 ter outlying territory only awaits our Inereaaa ot Anirlcaa Ksporta flat of or, our possessions have been extendMr. South Trimble, Frankfort, acceptance, but every overture of this the Harrrtl ttf tlia Time. ed, our position In the world Increased, Ky: nature has been, and, I am confident tn the amount ot the The Increase My Dear Sir: Your of the and our opportunity for work and usewill be declined. The whole world exports of 13th August in repaid to Hire fulness enormously widened through manufactured goods by the we are not covetous ot tlon commissioners f i thecoun the fortunes of war and- - tho valor of knows that chancery In Europe sees United States In the post nine or ten land; not a ty received and in repl, will say our soldiers and sailors. In us an Interested rival In their years Is one ot the commercial marmy confidence In jrmr slncer No EolanrllDC Alllanrea. schemes of acquisition. What la ours vels of the time. In the fiscal year ity about this matte rcompeU me Delng In this desperate need of arwe shall hold; what Is not ours we do to refuse to accept the appointguments. It Is not strange that they not seek. But In the field ot trade and 1S90, according to figures Just sent out ment ol Election Commissioner should have recourse to fiction. An at- commorce we shall be the Iceen com- by the bureau of statistics at Washfor il I have to do a dishonorable tempt Is made In the Ohio Democratic petitors ot the richest and greatest ington, the United States exported act I will not accept it. Show platform to excite the prejudice ot cerpowers, and they need no warning to $161,102478 of manufactured goods ot this letter to Judire Prvor that tain classes of voters against tho presbe assured that In that struggle we all sorts. In the fiscal year 1899, which he may cct regardless of the ent administration by accusing It ot shall bring the sweat to their brows. County Committer's reroromen closed on June SO, a little over two an alliance with England. The people It was written ot old that a man's dation, Mcst respectfully ourn. who make this charge know It to be foes shall be of his own household. months ago, the exports of the same W, E TllnlirON untrue; their making It Is an Insult to The simple fact Is that at this moment class of wares were $338.6(7,791. At . t 7 ? Vi Intelligence of those whose votes the whole world Is our friend except the beginning ot the period named. In a. . 1 t a"?t t t tit they seek by this great misrepresentacertain leaders of the Democratic the year 1890, the country's Imports tion. But as one ot their favorite party. All countries crowd Into our of manufactures were $356,651,940. methods of campaign Is to invent a fic markets, but oar opponents say our They were $263,243,659 In the fiscal tion too fantastic for contradiction, tariff Is barbarous. Our achievements year 1899. II your liver is out of crdor, causing then to assume It to be true beand In war have received the ungrudging 'Here Is an exhibit which will be a Biliousness, Sick Headache, Heartcause It has not been contradicted, you praise of foreign nations, and meet surprise to the world, and exceedingly may permit me to take one moment to with unjust and carping criticism only gratifying to the United States. The burn, or Constipation, take a doso ot dispose ot this ghost story, as It refers at home. All other countries bid us amount of the country's exports of to the department with which I am congodspeed In the work ot bringing or- manufactures have moro than doubled, s Is no alliance with Engnected. There der and civilization to the Philippines, the Increase being 120 per cent In the On retiring, nnd tomorrow your diland, nor with any other power under and it was left to a man In Cincinnati decade, while the imports competing heaven, except these known and pubgestive organs will bu regulated nnd the other day to wish that "Otis and goods have fallen off' 26 per cent In lished to the world, the treaties of orhis army might be swept Into the sea." that time. The extent of tho growth you will bo bright, nrlho nnd ready friendship for It Is hard to exterminate a rooted ten- of manufactures can be apreclated dinary International for any hind of uor).. This has been the experienco of others; it purposes of business and commerce. dency the Proverbs say something by comparing It with the growth In will bo yours. HOOD'S TILLS aro No treaty other than these exists; none about braying In a mortar. The party population In the Interval, which has sold by nil mcdn i.jo dealers. 25 cts. has been suggested on either side; which, by vicious leadership In 1881, probably been aboat It per cent The none is In contemplation. It has never was made to place Itself across the United States Is expanding in number path of freedom and progress should of Inhabitants far taster than any entered into tho mind ot the presitake care not .0 follow the lead this other great nation in tho world, but dent, nor or any member of the govyear ot men as lacking In sagacity as Its Increase in the sales of Us manuernment, to forsake, under any inthey are In patriotism. But wo may factured goods abroad Is six times ducement, the wise precept and examtake comfort In the reflection that no greater. "Hoth nir wife anal liTalfliTo been Moreover, the gain Is still ple ot the fathers, which forbade enllier twit u.lilir wo leaders can carry all their party Into under .way, aa shown by such figures madtclaoCAbCAUBrs and In theare U Last tangling alliances with European powbouae. havo ever nod Judgment must condemn as have come to hand since the new weak my wlte was frantic with hoartnebo for eourses their ers. twodiyi, tho tried aomotif vourCASCAUETS, There are, fiscal year began In July. ana iner rciioTca mo puia id ner ucaa aimoai I need not dwell upon this fact Even and their hearts reject bottinconimcndCuctreta." thank God. many Democrats In Ohio This Immense expansion In our sales Immediately. WeCms. HTiDironD. tho men who wrote the Ohio platform humiliation of ot manufactured goods in the rest ot Pittsburg Safe & Uepoiit Ca, lltuburc. ra. know there is no allance. But they who do not desire the country or the dishonor of their the world Is a fine tribute to the virtue seek to make capital In this campaign their flag. CANDY of the protective policy, and to the out ot the undeniable fact that our reJOHN HAY. Yours faithfully, business sense ot tho Republican party lations with England are more friendIn devising It, and In placing It on the ly and satisfactory , than they have statute book In defiance of tho opposiWllr William. ever been before. It Is hard to take Goebel is the kind of a fellow that tion of the Democracy. It also ac such a charge seriously; and If It la TSADS MASS aiOllTTaiO taken seriously, how can it be treated passes a law to regulate a corporation counts for the great activity In all the More country'a leading Industries. and then takes a plea from the corpowith patience? In the name ot common sense, let ma ask what Is the duty ration to fight his own law and down manufactured goods ore consumed In Pleasant. Tatte Good To It In the court of appeals. He's the the United States now than at any Oood.Nefar Patalable. lotnt. Orlie, I0e.I6e.Uio. of the government. If not to cnltlvate, Sicken Weaken or kind ot a fellow that goes to the senate period tn the past, but they are chiefly wherever possible, agreeable and prof... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... , Caaar, rtlsars, Msalrf al, (t Twt. lit e goods, and the proportion Ilsrils itable relations with other nations? and ostensibly legislates against banks And If with other nations, why not and then, as an attorney for the banks, of these articles which are used here Hn.Tfl.Bln Bold and ruarsnteed br all flats to CVU. tobacco UabliT with that great kindred power which goes before the highest courts to pick Is constantly and rapidly increasing. stands among the greatest powers ot his own snactmenta to pieces. Padu-ca- h No bther country in the world is so nearly as tho United Sun. the world? What barm, what menace States. No other has so many of the to other countries Is there in this natHYPOCRITICAL AFFAIR. comforts and the luxuries of life. Halt ural and beneficent friendship? Only a narrow and purblind spirit could se Pals I'ratf naa nf Oorbal Faotlon In L. a century ago It was tho belief of a A .V. Halit Eipoaad. very large number of the people ot the In It anything exclusive. It Is a poor Tho fight against the Louisville and country that the exports of the United starved heart that hag no room for Nashville Railroad company now be- States would always be confined chiefly only one friend. It is not with Enging waged by the Goebel faction ot to agricultural products. That was land alone that our relations are Improved. We are on better terms than the Democratic, party In Kentucky Is the theory held by alt the leaders of In tho past with all nations. With hypocritical and will amount to noth- tho Democratic party. It Is the thee ory which has been acted upon by that friend; with the Russia, our great German empire, towhtch we are ing. However, we want It distinctly party almost to the present time. The understood that we favor no trust or Republicans changed all these condibound by so many ties; with our sister republic of Franco; with Italy, corporation that Is detrimental to stato tions. They framed an Intelligent sysAustria, and In short every European, and nation. tem of protection to domestic employevery Asiatic nation, our relations are ments which stood In need ot It, and Democratic papers throughout the growing In Intimacy and cordiality which promised to expand Into Imstate have painted this corporation as portant proportions on account of It every year; and our friendship with our neighbors to the south of us, from a vast monster and powerftj political This policy, which has been fought by the Rio Orande to Cape Horn, grows organization. A us look at It from the Democracy from the beginning, HrefcU'SBJskwSgb3 was firmer, mora genuine, day by day. philosophy's point ot view. As citi- has not only put the United States of manufacturing In the front Ainftriftian Trd VoWej, zens of the state the men who compose, countries, but rank enabled It to conhas And why should It not be so? Every one likes to be on good terms with the tbo L. ft N. are entitled by law to the quer a steadily and rapidly enlarging peaceable and the prosperous, espe- same privilege, and protection as any market In the principal countries of cially It their prosperity Is ot that na- citizen out ot It and It thoee men In tho world. St Louis ture tLat other people profit by It; and common are against Goebel and Hot hot For Unebel, this Is precisely our condition. Our In his speech at Russellvllle on Sept they have the soma right aa trade Is taking that vast development 12. Hon. W II. Sweeney, referring to for which we have been preparing American citizens to oppose him and a speech made by Goebel at Paducah bring about legitimately his defeat aa throurth many years of wise American that every speech made for Brown was policy, of sturdy American Industry, much so as the Republican, Populist psld for by the Louisville and NashI8JUSTASCOODFORADULT3. or any political party on the opposi- ville railroad, read a telegram he sent of thoughtful Invention and experiWARRANTEE. PRICE BO eta. ment by trained American Intelligence, tion side. to Goebel, asking It he made the stateIlls., We have gone far toward solving the The Louisville and Nashville has ment. Commenting on this, hs said: Parle Medlelaa Co., (ULiTIa, Mo. Mot 16,1931. M louts. problem which baa so long vexed the done moro for the development ot "I never received any reply, and I Ilanllemani We sold Uslyoar. 000 boUlaa ot a tastelcms tonio .uj d.t, aiiovatbree sroaa alreadyemu,rear. In all oar ex. economists of the world ot raising Kentucky than any like concern tn the want to say that so far as the state- hougbl Ibla ot 14 yean. In the drua boainess. wages and at the same time lowering state In evry seotlon tp me It Is a willful and Dertsuce an article tbat saa sucn universe! baas atu leTer sold which It trav- ment refers louratruly. as your luulo. the cost ot production something erses thrift la evidence. It baa car- deliberate lie and Its author a public tacUoa" Auxir Canit ACO which no other people have ever aca common liar, and Mr. ried the conveniences of civilisation ilanderer and For sate by J H. Williams complished In an equal degree. We Into many remote sections ot the state, Qoebe! knows my address, and I am pay the highest wages which are paid It foods many be away from home. not likely to thousands o( working-meIn the world, and we sell our goods it affords facilities; to lb? farmer, Great God; my countrymen, do you to such advantage that we, are begintho merchant the manufacturer, and want a liar for governor?" ning to furnish them to every quarter carries the product ot these men to In rogard to what Goebel said about ot the globe, We are building locomo- markets other than those In tho state, Theodore Jlallsm's brother, Mr Sweedo.sn'1 pay when yon can curs sm for 15c tives for railways In Europe, Asia and and, too, at ft neat profit to the proney said It was an Insult to every Salve is mtJ. to ears doss turecorris, Al byeny drus Africa; our bridges can be built In ducers. The U ft N, Is a commercial Confederate soldier, and If any ConSlats, or matted America, ferried across the Atlantic, enterprise of brilliant magnitude, not federate soldier voted for Uoebel be QIANT CHICHICAL CO., transported up the Nils and Huns only In Kentucky, but Tennessee, Ala would only be degrading himself. aim Cbtrrr I'tiilsv, lc d , g , Hartford Republican. IjUUUUMUtll HENRY FIELD & ABIt RUNNINQ A- - SG-N- - r TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all .Igor trains al Denver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE - ; 11 l pns-b- o K h i S t r it RIDE ? t-- They also keep a first- elass. Liver)' and Ferd stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union SIitcIf, Hartfoid. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted their care will have especial attention. FIS11? OK, propVs. iht It will only cost you SO cents extra to ride all day in a Cotton Belt Tarlor Calo Car (25 cents lor a hair day). Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around ou, you can enjoy as much freedom and easeas you please. If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch. The ladies v. Ill delight In the splendid ladies' lounging room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and its roomy dressing room sdjolnlng. You can hae 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 o sandwich, take1 as long as you please to eat It and you will only have to pay for hat you order. -- Tha Cotton IWt'thadlrrt Una to Taxaa Tta train, rtnthruuch from Cairo cvnnartiona am salwla at Its ami lanhU ti Texas viUlMWlthaittv lonrtloKB lot all raits nf Texas. laulnn r.rritoo.lllaUtaom afHl tbo rar wa will and Wrtta anl tell thnvc u an, r1 Ira ami wWn sou arlll WTm tt!Jyrmw;fttjrou.rtks.t train tnlakalomaka taw lantttaaaaakl round tinnt. uuU will anU v.hi an iutraattng llttXr- tmnalrf , A tat? fuTflaf. tlrt la. a. 1 trm L I. UiUUt, hi 1 Ptu'r ui tit. 14, V. i. Jtym. Terr. hCr t ST. LOUIS. MO. (statu SaMM UWWU. 1. . IT. M Tomsgkti '?r SEMD OWE TOUX&ft ' to tit Oifaaaaaas)'' , 11111 "", aiih.iM.iuirr.r ..ar.rtfV faiTlftVirTlllt T..4TMlTltLATI4LM V. . ! I . .U order " "" " ftBd.trt.ftl.tchirffM. Mu.ii.eatat WE MAKE THIS TOP ..V!?.".?.. . tnaaham nit In aUa..tt IjUsfir.M. LDteftt BUl3 FOf tO'JDa D hMMVt ) Wiiwl. it lust from lh i,n . liintrtM, TaU wiur luiid. 14 ttprUar. Idm fi4rvt.ii or Iin nt. Up, U an e Ull; H.irriClr.vl bcrwxl . lfa.i.ha Hrarllv IJussl fun. iuAaUiJtafu It T.a 1W1 .Id M7 aiLiaa iruararT WflSa. t Oft! rt, naa .. - B . .raa una Jl.aan.taw irQ sdala. Elms. a. LafllLrr. a. Sfsa.1r .ki.l... ku ananas. raa.aal ft imiih uuk tijt.mfturr.iui;ai iU.Mui ti4iai4Tr VttCfLf IMM'i U.U. Mi4 aa .ll'l.l 14 rirRtK ana Ml at ni i" iMt CAAkQtST iriar Bt ' A ' . C B)M?..1 ''(pfctftf '.',. r. ,, i Jrl M V, He? il I I .S Y..,,.' m lit wirtnu otr !.!.. 233.00 I. OH A SOCIAL MICE " -- . nftiTf XUTOC1I1C9. Addroas, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHlCAOft, ILL. YOU CAN ikkWQ,i)Q T.iH roil rtitK mcfiY riTiUH.tr. . ORDKllONETO-DATTOU Ll.l.3tib XT FOjI 360.00 ltl fartl lsMth aU Yr rl.liu 6l?& SIKl AliT ul tail rt1, 030.00 V, cc HEAD ACHE be tr at HI em nu. Ho A. bsUaKOTU&r A Hpe eutr IIol home-mad- B mm A Will Com Colle n&tlj A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania, had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. 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 tKs tendt ACe Ai Will and a tenlio to bis Answata1.pickrtcoaUlBlns;TnarraaSftaoLUsiareartsnfwtlhsatala,)lanrsrasJsslsaBa T6U sort a Waasaeailsal iisi fcr ml OH labnlaal lo br swllae fortyeelreal! toUeHxriae CaaaisSS rtol ira nw rsals bads by nullrannn or a. U are! bs iinvia laJlss4slri.ra,s.i.lr.klwis.ia4auuaiiauw,lriisaiw,7i ""-- itsji TikULKJl iSl oT. ATI Willp courts Carefu buslnei leottom County lV Globe-Democr-at m CHILL TDNI NURSING CORNS ': TASTELESS fiftADHhtifCAIlNkr I'S)- - S(ViK(TNifiliiMt'r(If.iC ttliBe iwtstiii.sR)iD 111 your neauett lrolIt levctljr rpr.-'iU- a, found MrlVtilj MiUUottM-- SEND NO MONEY . ucoi mmm i. n Jr VlZlXEv titmi I M rlllTsCS. .ra!uX!f Icn fjyjrcy rl L llPl nil . N M aataV .., :..'.. i..i.si....in...itai.M.i viipi rriuu mill nil tjMewv"" cisiii fiit) ii. nut il rm.si uui i"""'"' n.. M.aatS3 IO. HJdSHs( Mr ni iinouilima criunt- abi fru m iri is ifeifuo iirr mi in aii wiiti r w .r '."iir - i ,.:r st"i VafV hat vpt mrdkiv ortiritotKvi uiuil I rlB EjVJrXaUM tmnv cwi nmr - .zr 4.x Miuiin H4US, mm tin gTr.;rrwith MflCIIOriUSl. MAUKll Villi ItLhl llAkllllN AMnillA JU A 1 1.111 )ivM m4 vorttttutnu. DEWARE OF ,.., IMITATIONS ifi4iitff tatluM uoti,F an u XfS!Tf tuuit will) TOU la if. "sffiSrTS 11 Jh erf irrrl IstVajV ,lVtU ATTi VIS Will pr courts o nnd Co ten tlon nexj.do llrssts win aartskl)lla raaisrsatk ealasrvsn. lias, purifl. stsrii lost fo's.Vllf'n. m$ti'$2s ir WMl" UbrtU-ittl,- iA(raV lUtel.Ukl SOUP At, QUARTEn SAWED OAK b : n, ta Urr Wcii - 111 1 I " k lAJ BasS Flaf "- III "M mmeiBt JW- III 1 JEflC VafitMl n1 Tlsr, ' .lriuttAbUlrMUlU.rtnUeittBmvihlriinkUbtl. ira ssMOe pcfeUtf ( mr nioi.ua ft cd t irthrv4loa wtiiia bobbin winder tdjaiubit braiiiirt. tKitt tnJo ptiitn(llLar iUtiffttijiuMtiia LirciMr Iitoot, lmpruToi tautu ilreutruarO brad handot.)f dtMorkUd iruproTtiitowi.ei MDff f roiu K ., U ik ur ia Dt n.ea m wi4 M with full .faith Ublt and futaut la pUc 4 kMf for 4vU4 Uji kktUUsi rriait. cevrvtHl, imbOMwl ioU4, Mwlnr. ni.4 (ItcoratelcasMun fluUh, flntu, nici lts.l HeainaaaBa a.aallsl aails Jim saasa- - u uu. MeU. 1 IHI IWilbt iaWlaJ. Mtl IU a., .a - DKLiT. UMilXITU Oils IfllST Addreu, rSs atsasl Tna, Tataai,il s. Uana, llls bnwnoriaeanriin mk) r)aflthtrila,ta ur an kind of fuMjr wrk. a,nn HinuiffU UUAUAMTKA II ")! WUIt TrT IDeVCslltl. C03T8 YOU NOTHINfl lAu.dimlnUI.teAcMn,eomnrl WlththtMailUrlOifcnss.si.lUl tVrt flA 00sQO ' eonflncrrl jm irttatU t1(v4 U lCMa'r ANT1KI U.liikuViJ.T-Jy.tr- ias stllaekaail la fsiasalsiaisl aaasl I!( 2tf WZin I fKskdsO llMsal.aasiBS "i dfl. SEARS, ROEBUCK .t ... s.t.1 ll. l.l e.vna.. . f & CO. 41110 Cliloago, III. m I kl'lit. K.7r-i-