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The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican The Republican Oln'b'bing aud Louisville Ccuimerclal, t yen, it a$. and the Courier Journal, t 3 ear, ft 35 and the Toledo (O ) Blade, I jear, $t 15 and Louisville Dispatch, I jear, ji 25. and the Globe Democrat, I J tar, ft 50. DFlcttos. The Haeteobd. Republican. OFFICIAL OESAK OF TEE Tho Republican kindly invitCB its many roadors and irionds to glvo thoso morchants who ad vortlso in its columns tho bonoflt ct thoirtrado. It will bo regarded as a por sonal favor. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. MMT 111 TEE F COUSiONAL DISTRICT. Subscription 1899. amendmenta our election law would have been admirable. Tbe Republican party believes in a free ballot and a fair count, It is willing to place all P9wer in the people's haw's, believing the will of the uujoilty to be the highest law. It stands for an honest expression of tbe people's will. A PALSB rRBTBK3R. $1 a year. XII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDdg&T, OCTOBER G, No.' 11. Filipino Doath Traps. Our troops in the Philippines have encountered some curious examples ot Filipino methods of waging war. In the advance on Santa Thomas the enemy was sighted along the road. There bad been a heavy rain and the flat land on either side of the raised road was boggy and wet. It was clear that something unusual was going on ahead, for there were insurgents in tbe road at work, while the frightened natives were scurrying with their bundles and loaded bullock carts across into the woods. A Utah gun was brought to bear upon the crowd in the road, a Gatling was ranged right across country, aud, while skirmishers were swung out in to the" bog lothelel t, the guba opened up and soon had the way clear The wonderful pitfalls proved to be the work of the insurgents so rudely interrupted, they were found in all stages of progre n; boles formed like an inverted cone, with sharpened bamboo spikes pointing upward, a light covering cf bamboo strips, then a layer of leave- -, and over all the earth nicely le eled, a device which raised a laugh v here it had been expected to entrap an army. William Bengougb, in Cullier's Weekly. IIMHIHIIM 1 aPlFlOlS'lSSSlTOStflllL. Attorney at Law p., ... Porry Westerfleld, BeavkuDam, Ky. - ly. ., 5Ul&l 3 WOMANKIND. Items of Intoroat. Natives are rarely seen on the streets of Manila after 7 o'clock. Oriental physicians practiced vaccination over 1,000 years ego. There is an Icelandic Enperstltlon that ambidextrous people are born to good luck. The collector of the New York custom house courteously paid the Shamrock port charged $40 out of his own pocket. The famous clock lu the Palais de Justice in Paris dates from 1370 andJs the work of the celebrated De VieW, whose turret clocks are the earHesfrjU reliable record. Public story tellers still earn a good livelihood fn Japan. In Tokyo 600 ol them ply their trade, provided with a small table, a fan and a paper wrapper to Illustrate and emphasize the points of their tales. Fifty thousand empty bottles were picked up at Old Trafford park on the morning following the first day of the great match between the Australian and English cricket teams. All but 5,000 had held ginger beer. Ire cream venders in London streets earn $15 to $20 a week dnrlng the season. One of these venders created much amusement In h London court the other day by the emphatic "No I" with which he responded to the question whether he allowed his family to ... JOHN P. MORTON HAHTMUllt, UY. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Court House. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, KY. Wilt practice bis piolesslon in nil the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Special atten nd Court ol Appeals. tlon given to collections. attorney at Law M. L. HEAVUIN, If II Acts' genjiy on 8HELBV TAYLOR, " HARTFORD. KY Will practice bis piolesslon in nil the courts ol unioana adjoining counties nd Court ol Appeals. Special atten tion given to all assignments in bank- .ATTOllrtJW AT LA W Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses or.s the the System EFFECTUALLY, ruptcy. Attorney at Law KY. HA.RTFOKD, JNO. B. WILSON, attention given to making abstracts, &c also Notary Publlo tor Ohio County. Oftico North side ol publicsquare. SPECIAL ,TSBtHEfIccrS. OUT THE 4EHWIHr.-MMT0 ety Some of the plaid skirts the girls are wearing look like their mothers' shawls pinned around them When a woman says she doesn't be lieve in love It is an evidence that she once believed in it too much. A oung man li complimented when a gltl shows jealousy, tut an old man gets Bearer1. The golf skirts the women are pre paring for fall are rainy.day skirts under a new name. No one plajs golf in Atchison, but we must have golf skirts, and will therefoie wear them on rainy days. The women patty dresses would wear to go wading In If no ether opporlu nlty offered for wearing them. An Atchison woman had a husband and a bouse to care tor, and her duties kept her mind occupied and she al ways telt well. Her n,usband died, left her some money, and it had the effect of cutting a boat loose and let ting it drift; she wanders around from point to point, is dissatisfied, and, havlug a great deal oi time to think about herself, is sick half the time as a result. This has happened in so many cases in Atchison as to create the belief that a woman Is happiest when she has some one to grumble about his three meals a day. A'tchi- son Globe. ed Albert White, ThelWell Known Ne- rn Orator Speaks t Lexington. T"-- , Ill lllll f Attorney at Law, . R. R. WEDDING IIahtfobu, Ky. &: V?2Z rotwuiniitniST pki A ivrniaITg.Syrvp ! Blamark's Iron Norvo Was the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will and tre mendous energy ate not found where Stomach, Liver, KIdnejs and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 45c at J. II Williams' drug store. Doa't Totatta Spit tad SaMke Tear lift Away. To quit tobacco eaally and fore rtr.ba mag netle, full ol Ilia, nerra and rigor, takn the wonderworker, that makea weak men strong. All druggists, 50e or II. Cm 8 guaranteed. Booklet and aample free. Addreaa Sterling Ilemedy Co., Chicago or New York; eat his "cream." CDKRA COLD IN ONK DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab. lets. All druggists relund money if It fails to cure. 25c. .The genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet tf Candy Cathartic, cure consltpatlca forarer. Uo,23g, IIC.C.C fall.dnlgglatarefundmoney. RiinnL Will practico his profession in the the courts oi Ohio and adjoinlnf counties. Also Notary Public. ME AND JO. Cntiral I'Min Wlileh U'Cht App.ar In. Orhool 1l.w4.rfc Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, .Will practico his profession in all 3E3. 0L. JSTESJAJX-m- , Koto: The following beautiful poem might appear in the new sorlca of School Readers soon to be published 'Job' Comby tho "Curious-Journpany" for tho school children ol Kentucky: that I can play Tlicrr's a Me and Jo; I'm a cortfr In my way ! and Jo; I can steal a nomination, I tin flcht a corporation. And my fret In rompcnaatloa Aro 03 per cent or to. KdacataTonr Howela With Caaearrts. the Courts oi Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settle mentor decedent's estates, road cases Office up and criminal practice. Uir next door to Griflin'sdrug store. rut The neat Prescription Tor Cbllla and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; then why experiment with worthless Imitations? Price, 50c The best way to deal with the "servant girl tamlne" is to have American women of the "lady" class learn that it Is not a disgrace, to make beds, cook, J. S. R. Wedding, AnORNW and COUNSELLOR at LW, (NOTAKY rOIILIC) KUNIUCKY HARTFORD,. Will practice his piolesslon in all thecourtsolOhinamlailJolnlng counties and the Court of Appeala. Frorapt attention given to all business entrust-this care. Office in RrpUbucan building. J EDWIN HOWE. V Tin a "lot .hot" on a ineech Me and Jo; I con cuai or pray or preach Me and Jo, TIen I talk of that contention Jndcelct Hnlirtne I don't mention , L. ft N kIi my attention I try to nalte that old "eat" Et Hear me bowling at the "Truat" Mo and Jo, fiee nit hmtle, for I niuit Me and Jo, In (he aenale I attest! To cigarette bill, for my friend ho In" And lundlea all the Trut'a good "dough ' - L I'BLIX "lnJ Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD KY Will practice iu the Courts of Ohio county and Coutt of Appeals Prompt attention givrn to all business en trusted to our care. Office In Herald On the loth of December, 1897, Rev. S. A. Donahoe, pastor M. U. Church, South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va , contracted a severe cold which was at tended from the beginning by violent coughing. He says: "After resort'specifics, ing toa number ol usually kept in the house, to no purpose, I purchased a bottle of Cham berUIn'8 Cough Remedy, which acted like a charm I most cheerfully rec ommend it to the public." For sale m by Z, Wayne GriUin & Bro. I lore the working man Me and Jo; And I "Tork" hint all I cun Me and Jo; lion building. In nil Ihc Will iirnrilrniue Durlnp the winter 0IJ89! Mr James cnuriaurohlo hikI . niljuliilmccuuiillti- Reed, one ol the ieaaing "citizens and hprrlnl Mliruud Court ul lon given l rulirclloni. onleulu M(. merchants of Clay, Clay Co., V7 Va , A. Ilune IIuIIUIuk. struck his leg against a cake oi ice in such n manner as to bruise it severeA. ly. It became very much swollen and pained him to badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches. He HAiirt-dHD- . Ky. was treated by physicians, also used all business- Special attention given to several kinds of llnement and two and eutrusted to his care, uuice id ouri a half gallons of whisky in bathing It, Ilouee. but nothing g.ve tuy relief until he began, using Chamberlain's Pain R. E. LEE SIHMERMAN, Balm Tl)ls brought almost a com. pletecuie in n week's lli3e and he be. lieves that had he not used this remeIIartpord, Ky. dy his leg would have had to be amWill practice bis profession in all the putated, Pain Balm is uucqualed for Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties sprains, bruises and rheumatism, Collections carefully and promptly at I'orsale by Z.Wayne Gtlffin & Dro, m tended to. Office with T, J. Smith & Co., Market Street. ApiM-oU- ATTORNEY AT LAW ky. tr.ztTMiiow.ir, JOHN T RONE, imlili far Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobaoeo habit cure, makea weak Ai a bota I'm aurely "IT" man alrong, blood puye, too, II. All druggtiu Me ami Jo; I'M the peoUe'a aarlor NIT NO 4 UIIiV-N- O PAY. Me aud Jo; That is the way all drngglsts sell If I faint, tako off my coat. Grovr's Tastkless Chill Tome for So the eonlo all may coto Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp The dngcera, guna and cumba I tote, tliolIblndIng through the atatonlth Jo. ly Iron and quinine in a tasteless , i loim. cnildren love it. Adults preier It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, There are othera, too young China Had a book bill In the "awlm," That I killed 'Uoo dead to kin" Hot Morgan nerer kuew It though, and wash dishes. Thousands of women would gladly do their own house work If it were not for the tyrannous decree of fashion that genteel people must "keep servants." The woman whose father, husband, or brother works to support her ought, unless she is an invalid, to be ashamed to hire a servant Perhaps if the- - 'servant girl famine" continues there will be a decrease in the number of Amer lean women Who are mere do nothing onf. nvY rmiK shirks and parasites. With no serTake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab vants to be found, they may have to lets. All druggists refund money it It falls to cure 25c. The genuine has go to work, and that will be good lor L- - B, Q. on each tablet, tf them, Learning By Doing. aoliin Volcanic Eruptions Are grand, but Skin Brnptlons rob life of joy, Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, cures them, also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcere, Bolls, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cots, Bruises, Burns, Scalds Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out Pains and Aches, Only 35 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. II, Williams, Druggist. 50c u - Tho Hlgiiost Authority. To the average ptlmary child of ten der years the teacher is the highest authority, Higher, often, than papa or mamma, "My teacher said so," is the Indisputable argument. There fore, let the teacher be most careful in every statement that she makes to these little ones, for it would be,n tors to her as well as to them, should they lose faith in her by finding that she had made a mis statement. And in a careless moment one does sometimes make an impulsive statement which even these little children may ques- aw AttorpeyatLaw, Q.SAYlOfi. Field's 'bus meets all trains at Beaver Bam. Why experiment on yourself with remedies ol doubtful utility when you can get Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy, which has stood the test of time? Twenty-fivyears' sale aud use have proven that remedy to be a prompt and certain cure for colds. It will cure a cold In a day If taken as soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has settled in the system. Sold by Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro, "m e isesa The Democratic party is fond of SYNOPSIS OF HIS SPEECH. parading Itselt as the friend of the poor man. It has sung this song Following Is a summary oi Mr. from time immemorial, and yet it has WbltefsBpeech embodying its leading never lost an opportunity to deal the features poor man a death blow. It has cut Pelloi&citizens of Lexington This down his wages, paralyzed the Indusgreat gathering is a tribute to the tries of the country, advocated the loyalty.Jpatrlotlsm, genius and in passage and actually passed revolutegtlty ojT the Republican party. It tionary end destructive financial, tardemortstftes that the people are iff and election measures. As an ilaroused, and when the people are lustration of 'how much that patty is aroused they move the world, the poor man's friend, I call your atI agree with Frederick Douglass, tention to the fact that the last Demwho once said that the Republican ocratic House of Representatives of party is the ship, and all else the sea. Kentucky passed a bill to submit to The most glorious chapters in the na the people ot Kentucky an amendtlona history are the eras in which ment to the constitution of Kentucky that patty has held the reins of govs authorizing a poll tax. After passing ernment at Washington. I ask you, through the House with a whoop, what could be a strongerproof of these the measure tecelved twenty two statements than the piesent adminisDemocratic votes in (he Senate. Now, tration? Who has done more for this was a deadly stab at the liberty , American wages, for American work-of the masses.of the poor man, tbe man ing men than Wm. McKinley? Who who earns his living by the sweat of has rekindled the fires in the furnaces, his brow. And where did Wm.Goebel, brought prosperity back, put money the pretended poor man's friend and into circulation and found markets for annihllator of trusts stand when this the products of the manufacturer and great danger was in the land? Why, ' tor the labor of the attlsan, but the with twenty-on- e other Democrats he Republican patty? What a contrast voted to place this inquitous law, up between now and the dark, sad, bank on the Statute Books. To the glory falling days of 1893, 1894 and 1895. and honor of our grand old party, be By giving us all plenty to eat and it said that not a single Republican wear, McKinlcy has settled the tariff in either branch of the General Ass question for a hundred years. The sembly voted for this diabolical measbiggest fool now knows that free trade ure. means closing factories and starvation GOEDEL LAW PUTS A FR8UIUM UPON and that protection means prosperity RASCALITY. and busy shops. The way wheat has Nowhere does It provide any penalgone np since the advent of the Re ty for the commission of fraud, of viopublican party in the White House lence and of crimes against the ballot will require that Mr. Bryan take np a box. It is partisan in every particunew phase of the money question, be- lar, so framed that elections can be cause it has been demonstrated that manipulated to tbe advantage of the wheat can go up and silver down. Democratic party as long as grass But I am not here to talk about Na- grows, and water runs, unless this d monster Is crushed to tional issues, but about State issnes We can very safely leave National is death on the 7th of November, such sues to 1900. The administration of talk as having an e'ectlon hereafter in Governor Bradley has been the best Kentucky will be ridiculous unless Kentucky has ever bad. The Repub this Is done. The Republican party llcnns found an empty treasury on believes that the ballot box is sacred, taking up the reins ol government at and that the way leading to it should Ennkfort, tliescbool teachers unpaid, be as safe and free as the way to amffthState's credit gone. T'aey church. Its conscience is clear, its have cut down expenses, met obliga- hands are free of any crimes against tions as they matured, and redeemed the elective franchise I am perfectly Kentucky's broken down credit. Their willing to eat every book in which management of State institutions has any law appears passed or sanctioned Ijeen governed by Integrity, good by the Republican party that seeks to steal from the people the right to say sense and the people'3best interest. shall fill the offices and make the The paramount question in this who laws. Upon this question the record campaign is whether government of, of the Republican party is as pure as by and for the people in Kentucky with profund faith shall prevail, or shall perish from the a star. It fills me in the future of our Institutions when earth, whether the people shall wear magnanimous, the collar of the bosses, or whether I see noble minded, Democrats telling the the people's will shall ptevall at the cannot go polls. This is the most crucial hour Goebel machine that they down into the swamps of f rand, in the history of the grand old Com. with it mpnwealth. Fall to meet it now, violence and corruption. TUB NEGRO. either by acts of omission, or tommls The Negro is asked to stand by Mr, slon, and her grandeur, prosperity, great possibilities and good name will Goebel; he is patted on the shoulder disappear like frost beneath the rising and fond words whispered in his ears. sun The triumph of the GoebeJ ma I want to know why the Negro should many-headebrave-hearted HEADACHE is only a symptom" not a disease. So are Backache, Nervousness, Dizziness and the Blues, They all come from an unhealthy state of the menstrual organs. If you sutler from any of theso symptoms if you feel tired and languid in the morning and wish you could lie in bed another hour or two if there is a bad taste in the mouth, and no appetite if there is pain in the side, back or abdomen BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR will bring about a sure cure. The doctor may call your trouble name, but never mind the name. Tho trouble is in tho menstrual organs, and Bradfield's Female Regulator will restore you to health and regulate the menses like clockwork. 1 some high-soundi- Latin You assume no risk when yott buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiSold br drvrrltw for f 1 1mttl A ftf. U1Mtrara4 took wUl b. Mnllo tar wont. U"rffquntbtmlllt. arrhoea Remedy Z Wayne Griffin & THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Bro. will refund our money if you are ATLANTA, CA. not satisfied afti r using it. It is ev ery where admitt d to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel com"I wish to express my thanks to plaints and the o ilv one that never fails. It is pleasant, safe and tell- the manufacturers of Chamberlain's able, t Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for having put on the market such a Stillness is n t always a sign of wonderful medicine," says W. W. progress or of gi od work. Stupidity Masslnglll, of Beaumont, Texas. can be quite. It is usually safe to There are many thousands of mothers say, however, that there is a deal of whose children have been saved from wasted energy in a noisy school attacks of dysentery and cholera inConfusion is'no Indication of profita- fantum who must also feel thankful. ble activity. Good order is indispenIt is tor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & sable to a good school, but It is easy Bro. m to be deceived as to what is good order. It- usually requires reasonable quiet, It never calls for stupid inactivity. When a school is deathly quiet the chances are that it Is in no better cpndltion than when it is inconfus. 1 ion Exchange. sep-oc- Remarkable Resouo. III Subscribe for the Uepublican only per year. The best paper published in Ohio county. Mrs Michael Curtain, Plainfield, , makes the statement, that si e caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated for a month by HeLUMa DcrscBl of a raeentnlcal or Jnvantlra mlBrf trip to tha liu1a lx position detlrtOsi her family physician, but grew worse. The ltANX ittOKJJ,iJcLlUnior,M4-- He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine! Who cm thtaut Idea of otm tlmpi could cure her. Her drnggist sug- Wanted-- An thlnf tanatostr tBl TOtir ldui thv miT brlxur von wsultli. gested Dr. King's New Discovery for Writ JOHN WUJURKUURN Jt CO.Ttet AUot Wwblafton, D. Cfor their flAO prlM oJEcf Consumption; she bought a bottle ud IU cf two tuindr! tavecLLon wuUd. and to her delight found herself beneWiUf4amiMJ fitted from first dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottles, found herself sound aqd well; now does her own housework, and Is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at J II Smoke and chew, hawk ana" tH) Throat's always Irritated, coawstsUeq Williams' Drug Store, large bottles 50 easily staltd. Then comes, pa!, cents and ft 00. bloodless countenance, glittering, d ;, TOBACCO! COUCH THAT reel-le- ss Attorney at Iaw tion. chine means tbe perpetuation of a dynasty and good bye forever to a free ballot and ialr count Never in the history of this country lias, there been put up by any party a ticket so misshapen, despised, universally repudiated and obnoxious to the people, From every part of Kentucky tbe people have risen in indignation, and astonishment at the monstrous rape on their liberty, and desires In the foisting of this new king on them, TUB BALLOT IS TUB BULWARK OP TUB rHOPLE'S LinBRTY. Attorn oy at Law, ilABTKOriD, J. E. DAVIDSON, Ky., WiU practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to allbusineas entrusted to his care. Will practice his profession in all toe courts of Ohio and adjoinlngcountie Careful attention will bo given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. Office over Ohio lections specialty County Bank, Also NotaryPublio. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, O. OWE. B.iiOEWtfETT, A TTOIWIS YAT- - LA TT, roHitsvii.i.i:, uuNTitoitT, Will practice bis profession In all the oourts of Ohio and adjoiniug counties and Court of Appeals. Special at-- , tentlon given to collections. Office nexidoor to Post Office. II wlt ..,I. wk.Uir .t'llllu 1MHUM t.Llt.jo. I. ...k.&M.. i T J9. 0E. DFLOlDy, UM, pitru. liU CtkM r.l m tlr.ai z foot. wb "si wVl ." TmA JVILU SJtomr,trrfial andWhlakay m, wVva 11 ifcaWt.riu.Tfti. II lih 1B& willvum r,prUUasUjr On Hf ureii IbAiasiUta. k.. kt. j. part. VaMU .r ... " H It... UttfBBtf Wl ,k dT r. m 1 m Sft . m M WM uw ft (tabs. vol.. i DM eurea at home with out pals Book of par llaulara aanl FBtl RK.lt 1M WOOIUY CS, Notua fryer si A new mineral has recently been Rhodi lit and lady, who looks afttrtkt xLk ofhirctty, writtt to discovered which, as a fuel, is far suA wtll-to-dDr. Hartman of hir practical txptrttnet with perior to coal. The substance, which Is blessed wltbaome (rood is of a lustrous black color, is found aajnarltona. Mrs. Lizzie on tbe Island of Batbadoes, and is M. Brewer, of 100 High called by the natives "manjak." It Bt, Westerly. B. I., ia a noble woman who devotes a great deal of time and money is thought that manjik is petrified pe to carina; for the sick of Westerly, Bhe has been for troleum belrig found on the same Isna a strongest land. It contains only a per cent, of sorerai years one of l'e-rfriends, and under date of March 17. 1898, alio water and fully 37 per cent, oi solid writes the following letter 16 Dr. Uartman, organic matter, thus surpassing in Columbus, 0., the originator of utility tbe best asphalt of Trinidad, In Your welcome advice la at hand, and mv gratitude" la unbounded for the privilege I Which 30 per cent, of water is IWcTk enjoyorconsuiungworenowneuapnyaician am which has been classed so 1 v ajiwwwwwr.wtrijfpg as youracix, aiwgya receiving aucn prompt as and satisfactory" replies to my questions. far as the very finest fuel. Jpumal oi . auu wiiai, amazes mo most is inai wis Geology, Am a wff'1' VH..HHBf'I..H'xli be done year after year, witn unf all- in? certainty, free 01 cnarge, 1 Story of a Slave. nave icarnea uinvyou nure iiecome to uioueanaa ana thousands of houaebolda the same beneficent lo be bound hand and foot for j ears --& l guide and adviser that you are by the chains of disease is the worst t, a. fATljJ taTSkTww?) to mv household. VvV7MaBwwVwaOwwwww' 7 12 "As for your free books, I read form of slavery, George D. Williams, them everyone, and treasure their oi Manchester, Mich., tells how such contents as tho choicest wiadom I a slave was made free. He says: "My Mrs. Liik M. BliKWa. forover four years. Iflnditaaure wife has been so helpless fcr five years euro for all catarrhal affections bo common in this part of tho country. It that she could not turn over in bed eurea a cold at once) there la no cough medicine that can at all equal alone. After using two bottles of as for la grippe there la nq other remedy that can at all compare with I notice In medical Journals and from the testimony of my neighbors that the Blectrlc Bitters, ahe is wondeilully doctors seem quite uaauoceaaful in treating la grippe, eapeclally In removing improved and able to do her own the after effects pf la grippe. From personal observation in many cases 1 know Is a sure) speclfla for these cases, I am among the tick a great work," This supteroe remedy for fethat deal In our city, and havo supplied many invalids with simply because male diseases quickly cures nervousI am enthutlottla in tny faith as to Its results. I have never known It to fall to quickly and permanently remove that demoralized state of the human system ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, headache, backache, fainting and dizzy trhlch follows la grippe. " In cases of weaknesses peculiar tomy sex lamaure that no other remedy can spells This miracle working medi approach in good results the action of It meets all the bad symptoms cine Is a godsend to weak, sickly, run. to whioh fomalea are subject. The Irregularities and nervousness, the debility and mUery, which aflllct more or leaa the women from girlhood to Change of down, people Rvery bottle guarau life, are one and all met and overcome by your excellent I wish every young lady In our city could read your book ' Health and Beauty,' Any teed. Only 50 cents, Sold by J IL pao wishing to Inquire of me further WlUUms, Druggist. dte so y ul saties; a stswy far reply. o Mrs. Brewer's Humane Work. 5w A Fuol Suporlorto Coal. o mm - SK UMANITY u con-talcr- l!I.VHlllWriJi JBULflHMft' a, .I....... .iSwilsSaliWIwW-- wmiTO tm. Upon an incorruptible, and uccor-rup- t suffrage depends the safety and endurance of free got ernment. In a nation where public office Is held by the people's will, where every man from the humblest and poorest to the richest and greatest, has the right to vote and have his vote counted, free Institutions reach their highest per feclion. He who tampers with, and seeks to undermine JU suffrage, is a worse enemy lo bis country than Benedict Arnold. The Goebrl law ULes from tbe ptople the light to a voice In tbe Government j it destroys lite inttttntf ons, It tramples down bill if tights it abrogates tbe State and National constitutions ; it places unlimited power in the hands oi triumvirate ; It makes elections a tiav- a&tvf It nlnrrti In I fit rfarii nt thr men the power to nullify the will of thousands. It Is the boldestaqd moSt revolutionary effoit to thwart the peon pie's will ever attempted In Kentucky, Coughed 39 YXkra. I su tiered for 35 years with a cough, and spent hundreds oi dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr. Bell's This remedy makes weak lungs strong. It has saved my life J. B. support Mr. Goebel. What has he Roswejl, Grantsburg, III, For sale by tf done for ut? What shall he do for us? Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro, He will do as much as he has done Is a deceptive di Kl D N EY for us, and that Is nothing. thousands The Negro Is a citizen; what Is good I ami do.t for other 'citizens is good for him. know It. If you want quick results He is a Republican for these very you can make no mistake by using Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great will snppoit that splen reaions.-ankidney remedy. At druggists in fifty Taylor, who cent and dollar sizes. Sample bottles did man, Gen. W. S. stands today the champion ol the by mall fiee, also pamphlet telling glorious standard of our party, and of you how to find out if you have kid ney trouble. Address, Kilmer & Co., all tbe people, Goebellsm is anarchy, Blughamton, N. Y. violence, fraud. Has the Negro not already suffered enough from these forces? Can the Negro forget that that patty has alwajs been ble great tiue friend? Can lie turn his back upon that party now, in the hour of its need? I say no, a thousandlimes no The Negro will do his part to make the'maj uityr 1 the whole ticktt so overwhelming that Goebellsm will never talse its head rgain in Ken- I ere and evar nervous moTtte l el hands and feel. a toeclfio for tobacco throat even U yw dorr"! wan! a cure. Take a NO-TMC tablet now and then. What a relief la AC NO-TO-Bj I KUUBLti,,,,!, the nervous tvtnew. rich blood. lust the thine for the weak. man 10 use now ana men. tit ear beok; read (ho marvelous record of recovery. You run no risk, tor yw 1 can ouy unser your own Builds ud ten. makes d DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. L'rery druggist Is authorized to sell I NoTo-ua- c uudor absolute guarantee t uj cum erery rorm or tooacco .uiog Our trrliteo guarantee, free umplo of aud booklet called Don t Tobacco 0plt and Smoko Your Ufa wylmanq lor in lUKinsr AQ.Chicago, Mont real. Can., New York M CASCARETS paMii? Xm RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE. Cured refuse) to heal under ordinary bocomo chronic and tucky. . ' it is gratifying to me to know that always the Negro has txen conservative and patriotic, and has stood with those who ttiodfor the honor, the Integrity aud tbe credit ot the Nation. ... d 1h,m.,,el, 1th tbe b "ver whose highest aim is to tear down and de stroy. It is pathetic to hear Senator Black burn and others who have been fondce'r,ssaulu upon when now we P"10'" l wuW 8U""1 Alter Six Years of Intense Obstinate soros and ulnorvwhich treat-rnentBOtloop-Kcate- Suffering, Promptly d. fn"1'" - " """"l ...,. ,,-- i, alry,lhemaqbood.ndtheHbe,tyllv."'"J Ing mas.es of the State has sealed the doom of tlie ticket beaded by Senator Q for -j ly one half of the Democratic party of C.lt Din. Kentucky, and execrated by the cblv ,ionH i, !ht i.i,. e they txw"T h ' ttey "HP ' b' a. a. his hope with clouds, disasters and , no" ,,f " storms. Formany yesr. prior ,0 ,t. passage, we have had tolerably lair ment( honest elections in Kentucky, and with few money. Tberewas and ii no such occa.lon rights, It has filled the heaven of titles it to bis n"?ht ra,r'1,'1 hai "' P"'" ",e J- ." ,h"n8e,UM to, are going to rtta.a. bmH "fJanrn '""- -- "- - Kt,'Ck': h" ,,he 5 rill Dtm"r,,Me ha.lt--. "' dow ,Jlr a P and uro n suro ston that tho ontiro circulation ia in u dopruvoil condition, llioy nit 0 O 0 Oi oi Oi nro u Bovero drain upon tho system, und nro Dj sapping away tho vitality. In ovory case tho poison must bo oliminatod from tho blood, uud no amount of external treatmout can Imvo any ofToct. Tnoro ts no uncertainty aoout. 1110 moms or n. o. o. ; ovory ciuim iclyl bv convincing made for it is backou up tflutimony of thoso who havo jon cured by it and know of its VirtueB by exporienco. Mr. L. J. Clark, of OrangoCourthouso,Va.,writea: .eWvlt.wwP'MHAV "For six years I had an obstinate, running ulcer on my ankle, which at timed caused roe intense suffering. I was so disabled for a lone while that I was wholly unfit fur One of the nest doctors treated me constantly business but did me no good.. 1 (Tun tried varleui blood remedies, without the least benefit, 8. 8 S. was so highly recomJbu nflST .www. ly ""f. T' . mended that I joneluded. to try it, and tbe effect was wonderful It seemed to get right at the seat of tho disease and force the poison eut, and I was soon com pletely eurea." owhvs opociuo Prt'"d W8nU 'Ut - gjgc'nnl rt'v 1Z elections and sound Pk- - tk It has been his h, d drivos out evory traco of impurity In tho blood, and lu this way soro or ulcer. It euros permanently tho moat obritinato, is tho only blood remedy guaranteed purely vogetablo. and contains not a particlo of potash, morcury, or other mineral, S, 8, 8 nncor, Catarrh, KczeiriA. ouTVn Contngious Blood Poison, Scrofula, HliQumatism, Bores, Ulcers, Hoils, or any other blood trouble. Insist, upon 8. S. 8. ; nothing can utko its jilaco. Valuable books mailod f roe by S wilt Sjiocif lr Comjuny, A Uanta, Gku doop-soutod S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD f ww- - Hartford Republican. la.nril Prltln by the llAllTFOItDl'L'IILlNHINIll'UMl'ANY Incorporated. FON ROGBRS, KDITOBS. LON RcGItRS J . Jarnagin Answers tho Horaltl. The Herald, in its lrue of last week, gave the Hon. R. C. Jarnagin a se vere reprimand for his actions in the Lower House of the General Assembly when he was laboring lo ioster tho interests of his constituents. Mr Jar nagin went to the alitor ol tho Herald Monday and asked that ho tee tho file of Jan. 19th, 1898, which was kindly given him. In this issue the Herald published a bill introduced by Mr. Jarnagin and said it was very deserv ing of the young man's efforts; as a result of this call at the Herald office, wo give in full as follows, which appeared on its local page this week: "The Herald was in error last week in assuming that Mr. R. C Jatnagln had not aided In any school book legislation. He Intro duced a very commendable bill, which the Herald printed at the time and commented favorably thereon. Bat Mr. Jarnagin permitted this, his own bill to die In a pigeon hole, never prosecuted its passage nor voted for any other like legislation. And so the more light that is shed on the subject, the worse is Mr. Jama-gin- 's fix." Hartford Herald. Nothing is mora comparable to the editor of that sheet than a duck on a pond, wb.cn you strike at his head, he takes water, and when all is thought to be well, he again appears only to repeat his former escapade. The following is his chargo against Mr. Jars nagin and Mr. Jainagin's rejoinder: Legislature two years ago, Hon. R C. Jarnagin pledged himself to do all in his power to secure a unl form system of school books for Kentucky and to reduce the press ent exoibitant rate. Now, Bro. Dick, did you do this ? Did you introduce any snch measure or aid by your vote In the accomplishment of this good work ? Nay, verily we say unto the public you did not. There was, however, a measute Introduced in the last Kentucky Legislature known as the Chinn school book bill, whereby a uniform system was to be adopted and the price reduced to an average of $2 92 for a complete set or school books lor every child On this measure In Kentucky. Mr. Jarnagin was silent, not voting at all. See House Journal, page 450. Richard, please rise and explain." Hattford Herald. Now, as to your first statement that myself to do all in my power to eecuro a uniform system of school hooks, etc., I acknowledge to be true, and as to my faithfulness to my prom ise,I refer you to House Bill No. 31 of the House Journal of '98. This being a bill introduced by me and providing fur a uniform system of school books. For further evidence of my faithful oces I refer you to your own paper, issued Jan. 19th, 1898, in which you published my bill in full and in your comments you said it was meritorious. But alas! this "meritorious" bill went tho way of all other Republican measures of that body. You ask why 1 did not vote for the measure recorded on pag 450 of House Journal (which was the Morgan Chinn Book Bill.) To which 1 reply that I had a better bill before the committee nt that time and I could not aflord to vote, for a measure that would create a greater trust on our books and providing for seven commissioners at an expense of $5.00 per day and traveling expenses of 15 cents per mile in going to and returning from Frankfort and could be called together at any time by a majority of the commissioners, and, too, it provided that these commissioners should have the power to manufacture books for our children. Now, these are sumo of my reasons for not voting for the measure ; if you want nny more reasons for my not voting, I will give them next week. Very truly yours, R. O. jARNAdltf, P. 8. Anything else you want explained, please call on me. - Off loo on FoxStroot. Subscription, $1 per year ce In advance. at Hartford Entered at the as second class mall matter. post-offi- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. '$ REPUBLICAN TICKET. w. a. xjl.txjOjz, I'onnljr. nf Ilntler FOB (inVEIlNOlt, of tenements a well as the pitiful misfottunes of othets who surrendering loved homes under piessure of mortgages are constantly swelling the ranks of the miserable und hopeless, I have irreslstably come to the con elusion that the righting of these evils or at least the betterment of these classes is a graver problem far more pressing upon, us as individual and as a Nation thrn the condition ot distant and strange races discussed in the morbid and sickly sentlmcntailsm ol the day. I do not leave the Republican party because these evils exist, but because they are increasing In an alarming manner as I have personally observed during my residence in Cincinnati and that, too, on the crest of your nl leged "wave of prosperity" and I am opposed to any man, patty or principle under which such an evil can grotV. You may ask in what pirtlcular Is Mr. Bryan better than Mr. McKinley. He Is better in this, that he has not been tried weighed and found wanting. We do not know that he would be an A TROUBLED SOUL. In SHOTS AT G0EBELIS.V!. Wat Hardin will make one speech Kentucky belore the November election, but the li lends of a free ballot and a lair count need feel no alarm about It. Capt. Ellis, SUte Election Corarali sloner, says "the Goebel law Is not a bad thing when in good hands " Neither is a pistol, but both got into the hands of Goebel. CURI0U5 CUCKOOS. The cuckoo is generally known only as a bird with a ery monotonous note: a continuous cry of "cuckoo, cuckoo" REPUBLICAN ran mf.ittkna.nt.oovf.knoii, or tonllll. roil CAB oIKnoxl'ounljr. FOR AOItlTOn, NK;nETARY OK NTATK, SOW.UXiD, ATTOIINF.Y tJENEKAI., Fon ol Hoiklim County. toxxxt o. a wajEurr, urv. ol IlonrbniiC'onmy. roit TiiKAKVitrn, ol llrcnllilut'oiuily. t'ORNUIT. I'CIII.HI I.N'STHUCTION, ol improvement but that he could not prove more supine and indifferent. There Is nothing in his life or his method of reasoning to .dispel the hope that we may find In him both n Philanthropist and a Statesman. My preference for Mr, Goebel is a natural consequence of my preference fir Mr Bryan, but incidentally I believe that he is the best man in the State for Governor of the Commonwealth, Yours truly, C. M. "In making his canvass for the Pendleton JOH1T 33"01SSCE, C'nnibll C'onniy. CATT.J.'W. FOR COH'It OF AOIIIlX'I.TimE, XSXROeirMOXlS'OXT ol Fnjclie County. FOR NTATK HESATOII, ol Holler County. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, . xt. c. rjxiiTJa-rxTnoli. ol Utiwer Dam. a--, FOR MAOINTRATE, c. ol JlnnUee. 7EBOICE A.X.X:2r. ol Jingo. The "Old Holdier" is yet among tho living. See bis article on the local page this week. Sciiley accomplished as great a naval feat as Dewey, but the thanks of the nation are dormant, seemingly. FOR CONNTAHI.i:, I pledged If Goebel gets Uncle Sam after him for bribing and intimidating voters, he will certainly have an elephant on his hands. Dewey declines to make the race fur the rrcsidciicy in 1900, notwith standing the New York Worlds per sistency to the contrary. GnnAf Britain is on the eve of war with her South African Republics and war may be declared at any time. Should it come, it will be a great calamity to English trade. The Spanish war did two things, among many others. First, it made Dewey's name as immortal as time, by his having been the hero of Manila. Second, it made Hobson a famous lady's man. Wi: are unable to understand how the Republicans stole the eltciion in the Eleventh district in '96, wheu the Democratic gain was 11 per cent, greater than the Republican gain. Will some friend of Goebel be kind enough to inform us? Goebel is coming to Hartford next Thursday and many good men wou'd like for him to explain the Santord tragedy, how he obtained his nomination when he had lees than one sixth of the delegated votes, and many other of his mystified acts. Dewey has received more praise fur the destruction of MontojV fleet in Manila bay than all the Presidents from Washington dowu. It is estimated that half a million babies in England and America have been named for him, besides 25,000 dogs. Mr. Pondloton's Response. The vole in Graves county was as follows: in 1895 Bradley 1,227; Hardin 2,204; total 3,491. This was the entire vote for Governor, both Repub The vote in lican and Dcmccratic. 1890, ium year commemorated b) Republican theft, according to Goebel, the voto W88 as follows: McKiuley 1,026; Bryan 1,099; total 6,325. The average Democratic gain was 96 per cent., while tho Republicans Only made a gain of 35 per cent. Goebel has too Will some many thingB to explain. fiiend kiudly show what the Republicans stole? The manager of the IleraM, in con- versation with a prominent Democrat from Louisville, on the streets of Hartford Weduesday, asked him to assign some reasons why he would not support Goebel, and this Is what he got for the query : "First, Goebel is not Gt to occupy the high position of Govcruor. Second, I was a rebel sol dier and wo intend to have a re union in Kentucky next year, and the Governor would bo expected to preside. I would actually be ashamed to be caught in such company. How lu the name of God do you expect us to vote for a man who killed one of our com. radet in cold blood?" Highlands, Ky,,Sept. 27, 1899. Editors RErunLtcvNi Although somewhat surprised at the Importance you attach to the fact that I have receutly expressed to my friends a preference for Goebel and Bryan in the approaching elections, I shall willingly submit to anv you may fiud ncctssary "to clear up the mystery," and am grateful for the opportunity hfTjrded to br it fly explain to many true men in Ohio county who have sincerely supported me, the citcumstituces that cause me to flicker" (as you put it) il that is the proper term for one who leaves a cause in the zenith ol its power and joins the defeated and routed opposition. Many of your readers can remind you that it was under similar circumstances that I cast my first vote for the Republican party nearly 23 years ago and I assura you that I have kept the faith from year to year, but lat terally with decreaslug ardor as Inhumanity and the cruel and unnatural Im qualities in our citizenship have aiisen before me as the greatest curses of our country, dwaifiugalt other political questions ol the day. Pcrhapt I might have remained a "good Republican" had my life been spent with the more fortunate or the partisan or even amid theagilcultural classes of roy'native county, but llv ing as I have for the past 5 years quietly in the shadow of a great city poor myself and engaged in a calling that brings me in dally contact with the distressed and wretched occupants The above letter was received a few days ago from Mr. C. M. Pendleton, Highlands, Ky., via editor of the In our issue of Hartford Herald. September 21st, we propounded a few questions to Mr. Pendleton, in a general way,, desiring a public explanation for his "change of heart,"and this is what the editor ot tho Herald delivers to us as an excuse for tho political We regeneration of Mr. Pendleton. give Mr. Pendleton credit for every word of the above message, but there is something strange about it yet. The Kei'Uiilican is not bound in any way to any private or public citizen that its mail should be entrusted to his care.but for some reason, uuknown to us, the gentleman in question, saw fit to entrust this message to the editors of The Republican in care ot the Herald's editor, and not only this, it was subjected to the criticism of the aforesaid editor, in the presence of The Republican's editors. But aside from this, tho letter in itself condemns its author and brands him as one of the many sore headed politicians. When the Republican party of Ohio county placed Mr. Pendleton in the office of County Attorney, the Republican party throughout the country was the same parly as it is yet Mr. Pendleton could not see the alleged, corruptness of this party. When the Republican party placed Mr, Pendleton in a prominent position in the city of Louisville, with a "fit job" 'mid the hungry and oppressed he yet failed to see the corruptness of his party, still it was, is and will ever be tho same party. But when this Republican party declines to further pet and humor this gentleman, ho can see clearly every fault e.he possesses, as plainly as he can see the sun at mid-da- y. Mr. Pendleton admitted to the editors of The Republican that the agricultural districts were, in every sen 8e of the word, prosperous, but he couldn't see why McKinley could not help the poor in the cities. This and this alone was the flimsy leason given. He virtually admits that if he had remained in Ohio county that he would yet be a Republican, but having lived in the slutdow oftlxt great ci'jf of Cincin nati be has seen the error of his way. The city of Babylon had its discontented subjects. Jerusalem, the city of the saints, was as unfortunate. Carthage, Athens and Rume, under their most prosperous rulers, when thoy wero at the bight of their glory, No city in bad the inme misfortune. the past was ever free from the poor, no city ot the present is free from the cries of the poor aud no city ever will b a free from tho downtrodden and op. pressed. "For the poor ye have with you always." If there is prosperity and the gentle, in the rural districts man has admitted that to be true Is it not logical to conclude that the large cities, surrounded by tho agri cultural districts, flush with prosper! ty, have received" 'tho same wave of prosperity? If prosperity has forsaken us Hud in its stead oppression and tyranny have come and all our cities aro iu a chaotic state, where are the bauk failures.the closed workshops and tho stagnant business? All sensible men, who have kept abreast the times, know that If pver iu the history of this country a general wave of prosperity was felt by all classes, it is now. Theroforo we conclude that no enlightened pub' io will accept such absurd allegations and no intelligent citizen will, for a moment, consider the absurdity of such reasoning ns contained in the above letter. Wnu Urn Ato Mml HI runic. dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes n nnv Vlmt antedilv and effectually cured bv the use of Sutherland's KaRle Rye Salve It's put up la lutiew, gnu sold on a guarantee bv all good druggists. For sale by Z. Wayne Gtlffln & tf Bro. The above cut demonstrates the condition of the Greenville Hairnet' health more conclusively than lan guage could ever explain aud portra) s the condition of affairs as they really exist in the Democratic ranks to day. The Banner is tho only Democratic paper iu Muhlenberg county and hat always been strictly partisau, but to day it stands out boldly for Brown and honest eletions. The effects of the Banner's change has been felt already, but the 7th of November will tell the tale so plainly that the most ignorant can understand. The Banner tees the folly of its way, like many other Dem ocratio papers of the State, and comes to the publio with an apology for its sins and with a sorrowful heart for the crimes it bos, committed against the honor of its State and the purity of the ballot box. With the change of the Bannir from the Goebel ticket to the Brown ticket,' tho success of the Music Hall convention in Muhlenberg county vanishes like frost before the golden rays of tho sun on a bright Goebtlism in September morning, Muhlenberg county has had its day in a limited way, but it is gone forever. Honest election leagues arc being formed throughout the county and an attempt to steal a single ballot will be at the peril of the man who makes the attempt. These people are thoroughly arrayed, by the threats of the Goebel commissioners to steal tho election, and as a result of the attitude of the Goebel managers, these honest electing leagues Ijave been organized throughout the county. Every county in the State should do likewise and the purpose of Goebel and his bench-m- en will Jiave been thwarted. The following is the apology and confession of the editor of the Banner, Mr. W. L. Phillips: takes down the "The Banner Goebel ticket, refuses longer to lend it even its support and hoists to its masthead that true Democratic ticket nominated at Lexington and beaded by this greatest of Kentucky's statesmen, Hon. John Young Brown. "We fully realize that this step will subject us to the criticisms aud abuse which are the stock in trade ot the supporters of the Music Hall fraud in all this campaign. As is well known here this is iu no sense a change of the individual sentiments of the editor of the Banner, for we have never indicated by word, act or deed that wo would or could vote for Mr. Goebel, while on the other hand it is equally as well known that from tho very outset we refused to bo controlled by the action of the convention which nominated him and authorized our name to be signed to the call for another convention, which unawed by policemen and free from even the taint of fraud would place in the field a ticket for which those Democrats who refused to bend the knee to the machine bosses, but who, deeming their duty to their State, their people, their day and generation a more sacred trust than their duty to their party, could cast their votes, and casting them, feel that they had perfotmed this high and in the face and teeth of the threats of the bullies, the sneer of the coward and the evil prophecies of the weaklings, all of whom know as little of the real duties ot the citizen to his State as they do of the common do cencies of life. "We havo been against Mr. Goebel for three reasons,any of which would, or ought to prevent any decent journal from supporting such a man. We will give these reasins and the evidences upon which this faith within wa builded in future issues of the Jlannnr. Au epitome Is all that time our space now permits us to put in print. We aro against him because we believe that he murdered John Sanford and that tho killing of that great hearted, big souled gentleman was the result ot as foul an atlaek and as dastardly a plot as was ever hatched in human mind or fostered in human heart. "We are against him, because, out ofliu own mouth, in every Bpeech ho has made during this campaign, ho has been convicted as a common slanderer. "And last we are against him because, going into the convention after an inglorious defeat before the people he, by false promises to Stone and by aid of a corrupt chairman, backed by it hireling and mercenary police, evicted by lorco and fraud 822 delegates, sent there by n sovereign constituency and filling their places with a number of corrupt and conscienceless tools, who knew no law but their Master's will, he raped and robbed tho Democracy of the State and is not (he nominee of the Democratic cnuvention,but the nominee ol himself. "We have given this reason last be. cause It is the least for the question, now before the people is not a question ol party policy, but a question ol morality, honest elections and good government." to-dn "feiS"' Judge Sparks dealt the Goebelltes n blow that stung'to the quick wheu he asked them if there was n father among them who would ndvlse his boy to take the life or William Goebel as his standard of conduct? The two Democratic election commissioners in Payette county who met a ad appoluted the election officers, be lore the Republican member received notice of his appointment, knew what the Goebel law was made for. If Goebel'a election would not be dangerous to the moral standard which the churches in Kentucky are striving pet ti maintain, why are ninety-fiv- e ctnt. of the preachers and priests in tie State warning their flacks against It? over and over, again. Among naturalists, however, the cuckoo it known as a bird that never builds a nest for itself, but takes advantage of one already built by some more Industrious bird. There is a good deal of the cuckoo about these advertisers who, instead of making a success of their on, seek to profit by the success which some one else has made with much effort and labor. It is so with those Imitations of Dr. fierce' methods, by which free medical advice is offered, although thoe who make the offer arc without oualllicd And the medical ability or experience. cry raised in some cases of "woman, woman, woman write to woman " makes the resemblance to the cuckoo even stronger. There is as far as known no qualified woman physician connected with any proprietary medicine establishment, and no,ie therefore competent to give milled advice. It Is certain that there is no one, man or woman, who can offer free medical advice backed by such knowlby edge and experience as is posses--cDr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. V. For over thirty year l)r. llerce has made a specialty of the treatment of diseases peculiar to women. In that n time he has treated over women, ninety-eigh- t per cent, of whom Every sick have been perfectly cured. woman is invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter absolutely without charge or cost. Every tetter it held as strictly private and sacredly confidential, and all answers are mailed securely sealed in perfectly plain envelopes bearing no printing whatever upon them. SPEAKING ! W00DG.D1MP WILL SPEAK AT HARTFORD, gciesri&y, Oet 1 oth, At 1 o'clock p. m. The character of the, opposition to Senator Goebel should appeal strongly to the sober judgment of every honest citizen who la not familiar with the private and public character of the man who stole the Democratic noml nation for Governcy: Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women Weil. CERALVO, KY. LADIES ARE SPECIALLY INVITED. V rjarmrmim3Tm9i90tri TV til r T 1 If Goebel would not be a dangerous Mr. Eugene Kimmel is fn Nashville Governor, why did five thousand 01 Economical Writing Machine. the best men In the Democratic party this week. Miss Russell, of Tennessee, Is visl GnstmcfrJ en xtmttflc (rtrtctpltt W meet in convention at Lexington and of ftmrU fuWJ. U U If most 4rtNt denounce his candidacy as an outrage ling Mrs. P. Jones. ntchlneniMje. HrtutrMIi jwvSkWAj UtemlnlmMm. It Is tftt But Vjlet WriJtr. Miss Mattie Wood is visiting relaot Democracy and nominate the ticket tives near Rochester this week, v. Brown? headed by Mr. John KImbly, Louisville, is in TuSmllh Premier Typewriter Compmy, C si In numbers and character the town. opposition to Goebel in his own party Mr. Herman McConnel has been 412 Walnut tit., Cincinnati, O. 215 5th St. Louisvillo, Ky is so powerful that every citizen, who very sick, but Is better at this writIs jealous of his own rights as a citizen ing. . and those of his fellow men, should Mrs. T. L. Bennett Is jnst recoverthoroughly study the causes for snch ing trom a dangerous attact of paropposition before casting his vote lor alysis. Louis. LOUISVILLE, HENDE RSON & ST. LOUIS KAILWAY COMPANY .. a. a Goebel. Union Depot Swath ind Rim. Ticktt Office. 272 fmrtU'tati. His Sistor's Story. Truas X2T 1st, 1.000. Impulsive, but honest, Charlie J. Harreldsvllle, Ky., Sept. a8, 1899 Bronston, when asked by the Goebel Louisvillo to St. Louis & West. St. Louis to Louisville & East campaign committee to make some Lena Johnson of this blace relates thai No. 4t. No. 45. No. 44. No. 46. Hysp m Leave St Louis speeches, replied : "I will, but yon her little brother had scrofula and Leave Louisville 7:45a m 8:55p m 7:56a m must allow me to tell the truth." The spinal disease. He would have sole; " Owensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon Henderson I2.'45p m- - 12:55 m invitation was withdrawn because the all over his head and neck and would " Hvanaville 2:2op m 2:45a m " Evansvillc 1:15am 1:25am " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10a m truth is discounted at Goebel head-qu- a often wake in the night screaming with piln. His pirents began giving " Mt.Vernon, III tters. Owensboro 3:44Pm 4:00a m him Hood's SarsapatllM and he was Arrive St Louis 7:3p in 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7.'45P m 7:30a m II Goebel'a election would not be soon better. When he bad taken six .s.s.g. x.3TjTavsx.z wo dangerous for the lives and liberties bottles he was entirely enred. No. 41 No 43 No. 45 . Leave Loulavllle m of the people, why would the Record, 8:35p tn 4:50? m Irrllnllon l.nnr " Hawesvllle. . . . 10:43am 8:04pm n:c8ptn the Extra and the Commonwealth, the Is the forerunner of consuraotion. Dr " Owensboro. . . . 11:40am 12:58pm 9:05pm three papers published at Goebel's Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it " Henderson. . . . I2:45p m io:i.p m 12:55a tn home and they ought to know his and give such strength to the lungs Arrive Evansville . . . 1:15pm 10:40pm 1:25am and fitness for Governor character that a cough or a cold will not settle EVANSVILLE TO I.OUISVILLF. cast local piide and partisan victory there, tl No 42 No. 44 No 46 25c at all good drngglsts. to the winds and oppose his election? Leave Evansville m 2:2op m 2:45a m Low Rato Excursion to Louis" Henderson 2:46p m 7:15a m 3:10a m If Goebel's election would not be an " Owensboro villo, Octobor 9th. 8:15a m ui 4:00a in outrage of Democracy and good govHnwcsvllle jmod m o:itn m 4:50a 111 Arrive Louisville m ernment, why would John Young 7M5P m 7:30a m For the opening day of the Louis All trains run through solid to Evansville. Through Tarlor Cars and PullBrown, whose long and loyal service vllle Industrial Exposition, Street man S.eepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 4t and 42 to bis party has made him the Idol ol Fair and Midway Caminal, the Illinois connect ot Irvlngton for Fordsvllle & Hardinsburg daily. 36 the Kentucky Democracy, and who Central nil! run its last low price Exhad declined the nomination for Gov- cursion of the (season to Louisville. ernor when it meant his election, lead Special train will leave Beaver Dam a revolt against Goebel if it were not at 11:37 a. m., arriving In Louisville to rescne the honor of his party and at 3:30 p m., Monday, Octobet 9th. his State? Tickets good to return on regular trains until Wednesday October nth If ministers may risk divisions in inclusive, rate from Beaver Dam Is their churches, If learned and popular $2,50. This will be the most exten-- . leaders may endanger their public ex- slve Street Pair and Carnival ol the istence, if newspapers of general cir year. In addition to the Industrial culation may hazard extensive loss of Exposition will be many of the World's patronage to denounce the Kenton Pair M.dway attractions, including Pretender, the honest farmer who has Hagenbach's Famous Trained Aninothing but a common interest with mals, Streets of Cairo, etc,, his fellow men to win or loose in the A. H Hanson G P A Governor's election should hesitate before casting his vote for Wm, Goebel for Governor. tie Dtnan rremier lypewmer "" 1 '1 tffe rrrrr sea xvAimy; .... .... .... .... .... y-U- aaiti 'iv room with Its arm Pai ties sometimes split over prime Issues and nominate separate tickets for the same offices, but Kentucky is the first State to see the leading politicians and principal newspapers of a political party revolting because ol the dangerous character of the bead of the tlcktt. If Senator Goebel were a man fitted to govern the Commonwealth of Kentucky, why would the Louisville Dispatch, the chief organ of Democ racy fn Kentucky, lend its powerful old to his defeat? II Goebel were fit to govern Kentucky, why would the Louisville Post, Lexington Herald, Lexington Transcript, Paducah News, Paducah Reg Ister, Owensboro Inquirer, Henderson Journal, Park City Times, Georgetown Daily World, Pulton Guard, Mayfield Monitor, Prof Glenn's two papers, one at Guthrie and one at Madlsonvillr, Democrat, Harrodsburg Cynthiana Sayings, Benton Tribune, Greenville Binner, Sturgis Herald, Cloverport News, Bath County World and the Carlisle Mercury, newspapers that htave fought many battles tor the Ken tucky Democracy, warn their readers against him as a foe to Democracy and civil liberty? If Goebel'a election Is not an event HsveYosj Deen$ick Perbsps you have had the grippe or a hard cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever; or possibly some of the children are just getting over the measles or whooping It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride ill day In a Cotton Belt Parlor CaNi Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you, you can enjoy is much freedom snd ease as you please. If you ire a smoker you cough. Are you recovering as fast is you should? Has not your old trouble left your blood full of Impurities? And Isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't delay recovery longer but couch. The ladles will delight In the splendid ladles' lounging room, with Its lounge and Inviting srm chairs, and Its roomy dressing room adjoining. You can have your meals In this car my hour you want them; order most anything you want, from, a it porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take is long is you please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. Th Cotton Belt It lh "llrMt 11m toToxu. IU tralm run through from Cilro Mia Memphlt to Tcxu without chine. Direct connection r wide at ttf Wllont lor all prti of Toiu, InJUn Territory, Oil horn tad th WwU tell you wUt your ticket will eoit, wl.Un train to UVa to m.ke tba connection!, ana will tend yon an lutertallnf llttla booklet, "1 Tllr e. will enjoy the large smoking chilrs ind to be dreaded and feared by honest cit z;ns, why would Mi-- lr P P. John st in, chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee; ArthutWal lace, ex Dlst Attorney; W. C. Owens, from the Seventh District and chairman of the Demo cratlc National convention that nominated Mr. Cleveland In 1884; G. Mat Adams, ex Sectetary of State j W. J. and CongressStone, man: P. Wat Hardin; C J Bronston, Stat j Seuatorj John S, Rhea, member of Congress, and scores of other popi ulsr and loyal Democratic leaders, oppose his election to the Chief Magls tracy of the Commonwealth? . , w 1 Take l.t tlraa n4 MlIUl" a rr i. 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" twgjU'uy Ml r J jf "u'y"y i ww I FAIR d CO Miss Maggie Guenther lor Owensboro. left yester-di- y A REPUBLICAN FEAST. Monday quite a number of Repub Hears from various sections of the county assembled at the Court Hall to hear the distinguished jurist, Judge W II. Holt, anal) ze and diagnose the Infamous Goebel law. The Judge was introduced by Col. Fred Long In a few well chosen words, after which the speaker launched forth upon the Kentucky political Issues The Goebel election law, the Chlnn school book commission, the McChord railroad commission and the Penitentiary commission were all dealt with In a masterly manner. Years of study of the subject of law and extensive ex perlencc as a jurist have amply prepared this distinguished statesman for the discussfon of any subject pertaining to State or National laws. His argument was convincing, even to the Democrats, who had the face to meet their Republican neighbors and hear an honest discussion of a measure concocted and purported to destroy honesty and fairness at the ballot box. As proof for his argnment.he cited the opposltlo'Sto the Fayette county out rage and the Christian county scandal. With arguments, characteristic of a jurist, be proved that there could be no comparison between the election laws of the two States, so frequently mentioned by two by four Democrats, Ohio and Kentucky, because the laws are In no sense of the word alike, but men do not have to be told that which they already know In order that they may understand. Every man, who "The testis Miss Juliet Thomas will ittend the Cmvlnal at Louisville. Judge R R. Wedding Is In Louisville this week with his family. the Cheapest tt T L Griffin and wife are visit. , Ing her people near O vensboro. Mis. Ptte Thomas and Miss Lilly Thomas are attending the Owensboro Mr. Experience teaches that good clothes ivear longest, gooa food gives best nutrition, and a good medicine that cares disease is naturally the FALL STYLES READY ! wmm mr jv .m mL best and cheapest. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine money can buy, because it cures when all others fail. Fir. Aiiscs Eva Clark nnd Wlllmont Buley have returned to their home in Runisey. Mr. R. II. Barnes, ol Beaver Dam, was a pleasant caller at Tub Rkpubli can office yesterday. A lull lino handsome Plaids, Crepons, Broadcloths and other novelties in Dress Goods, now ready for inspection. See styles and learn prices. Handsome line Percals and Friesetta Cloth. Beautiful line Outings and Flannelctts. HATS AND CAPS. A Poor Health "Had poor httlih for years, pains In shoulders, back and hips, with constant headache, nervtusness And Clothing. full and complete line just received. We start "them at 75c a suit and on up to $ 10 just the thing ' for the Fair. Call and see them. Our line of Gentlemen's Pall Neckwear Is now In and ready for sale styles and late shades. all-ne- t H. Leach, of near Crom well, made Tim Republican a very Mr.-Jam- All kinds, btyles and ptices, both fur men, boys no appetite. Used Hood's SarsaparSta, gained strength and can tvork hard tit and children. day: tM heartily and steep melt. I took tt because d helped my husband to whom We have just received a big lot ready-maSkirts tt gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Gtffets, ind Underskirts. A full line Flannel Underskirts, Moose Lake, Minn. aow ready for your selection. SEE THEM. de agreeable call Wednesday. Mrs. Mattle Rowe and daughter, Miss Annie Belle, are visiting the family of Mr Henry Field. Misses Rachel Sanderfurand Carrie Wccrner were pleasant callers at Tub Republican office Wednesday. Mr. P. W. Boyce and family leave Hartford the 15th for Louisville where they will make their future home. BLANKETSI t BLANKETSI Hill cur Htw Uli i non IrrlUUng tnd elBy othfcrtlc i uk with Hood iJrtuptriTlZ Hood 1 tit LACE CURTAINS. Special prices on Lace Curtains at 75c, $1, $1 25, $ 35, ft 50, $2 and $2 25. See our handsome Rugs, Oil Cloths and Home-mad- e Carpets. Yes, we've got them, ranging in prices from 50c, doc, 75c, $1 25, $1 35. $1 jo, $2, $2 50, $2 75, $3 75, 4 50 and f$. Bed Comforts all kinds and prices. Old Soldier's Reply to the Ed. itor of the Herald. Ladies' Wraps and Cloaks. We propose to lead in this line. First, by showing the best and most stylish garments. Second, by offering them to you at One Low Spot Cash Price. Third, when you see our styles and get our prices, arc sure to sell. Ask to see this line when in our store. A big line Trunks, Telescopes and Suit Cases at prices. Notwithstanding the advance in this class of goods, we have run across some bargains and will offer same to you. If you are needing anything in this line, yon cannot afford to pass us. Stop and look and get prices. rock-botto- CAPE AND JACKET TALK. Now that tbo "melancholy days" are here, the chilling breeze suggest, to you that you should diirobe yourself of summer wear and don heavier wear. Wo ate ofleriug the finest line of cloth and plush Capet ever brought to our cily, at prices that competitors cannot touch. We oiler all wool double Cape, trimmed in fur, cheap enough at 81.50, our price.81.00 Only twenty-fin. stock; when thefo are gone no more can bo had at this price. ive BE QUICK. Plush Canes at 81.08, $2 18, 83.50, 85 00, 87 50 and 810. All these are sails seal plush, handsomely lined and beaded. Miss Annie Newton left yesterday morning for Owensboro where she will spend the winter with her broth Miss Maude Jackson, of Bell's Run, returned home a few days ago, after a weeka visit to her aunt, Mrs. Richard Taylor. S. Levy & Co., of Beda, made an assignment. Mr. W. D. Moore is the assignee. He is invoicing the stock this week. has theunderstandingofaschoolboy, can see, by a glance at the two laws In that they are not comparable. short, the Judge's expose of the measure was He compared the present admlnls trstion with the former nnd by "figures fresh from the Auditor's book, proved the Republican party to be a more capable employe of the State than she Notwithstandhad had previously. ing the fact that the Herald had been challenged for a public comparison of the Ohio and Kentucky election laws, retreated to its but Spaniard-like- , harbor and there poured forth a volley of "very coarse billingsgate" upon his contemporary, its editor assailed this distinguished jurist for an honest comparison of those laws. The crowd was very enthusiastic and punctuated the address with frequent applause. A conservativeestimate of the crowd would be about 325 men. After Judge Holt had concluded, Judge T. J Sparks, Greenville, made an earnest appeal for a fair and honest count of the vote polled on Nov. 7. super-excellen- t. Mr, R, J. Mason presented us a newspaper from Manila last Monday Ohl well it's hardly worth while to blow this department; the ladies are All persons desiring to see a Philipkind enough to do that lor us. No Hats trimmed so stylishly. None so pine newspaper should call at Tub cheap that's what they talk. Endless variety of Rough Riders. Sailors office. and fine trimmed Goals. Children and Infant's wear Don't make a mis- Republican take and buy before visiting HEADQUARTERS. Mr. C T. Balrd, sqn ofJudge Balrd, and former resident of Ohio county, bnt now of New Orleans, Miss , is with his old friends and country for a brief period. Mr. Balrd is a refugee In this lino wo aro hard to down. We start a good 10 1 white and gray from yellow fever now in full blast In Blanket at 48c. We have heavier goods at 75c, 81.00, 81 25 and 81.60, up the South. Ulankets, bound with silk, at 83 CO. to our extra large Kentucky-mad- e Rev. T. H. Balmain, of near Beaver Dam, has purchased the Judge Town- send property near Mr. W. B. Render' and will move In same at his earliest convenience. He proposes We are stilt keeping up our reputation by selliug tihirtioga, Bleach and making; Hartford his future home and Brown Cottons, Canton Flannels, all wool Flannels, Table Linens, Calico, educating his daughters In the Hart Ginghams, as cheap as some merchants buy them, and then, too, Boots, ford College. Shoes, Hats, Clothing. We aro not matched by anyone for correct styles, best quality and lowest prices. Rev. J.W. Vallandingham will be at his post of duty Sunday, and desires a good audience. 'Subject for morning discussion, "Alone With God." Evening subject, "In Christ a New Creature." These are splendid subjects and an Instructive dl&course will be given both In the forenoon and evening, A fire swept Centettown of every Scbra-ter'Floating Studio Is now at Calhoun, and will return to Harts business house she possessed last tf Monday rooming. Rowe & Morton ford, December the 1st. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. lost their entire stock, Foster, Wood-war- d people buy "Cheapjohn" Why will & Co. lost their Urge store and a. b. lutHi. JOha 0. KtOMrD. sewing machines when they can get Its contents, W. A. Rone & Co. saved the Singer for 10 cents a da ? abont $700 worth of their $4,000 stock Gross Williams, Agent. Quite a number of dwellings were & For Wagons, Buggies and general badly damaged and only $4,000 inHorseshoeing, etc , surance on the property burned, and Blacksmlthlng, -- Proprietors of call on Mcllenry Manufacturing and that was on I. Foster's property. A Machine Co. They will make you unfortunate day for Centertown and community. prices to suit the times. MILLINERY GOSSIP. Comfort and Blanket Chat. STAPLE DEPARTMENT. Remember the Place: A Runaway Woddlng. FAIR i CO., THE FAIR s DEW. Hartford Republican. Everybody is expected in Hartford Tuesday to hear Hon. Wood G. Dunlap. Limy ' When yon come to Hartford if you have a watch, clock, a pair of spec Hartford tacles or anything In the jewelery line that needs repairing, don't forget to bring It to A. R Pate, Hartlord'a We have recently taken charge of jeweler, and get It repaired. He the Likens & Ross stable and now guarantees all work to give satislac have the beat equipped stable In the tlon Prices reasonable. Green River Country. Good teams, Messrs. Beecher Laswell and Sylhis ruler. good wagons and are prepared to fill vester Cecil, of Owensboro, were In notice, drummers' orders on short In the Interest town first ol the week 'Wagons for sale at all times. oi the Cumberland Telephone Co. Buggies for sale nt all times, Mr. Cecil returned Monday, but left Democratic nominee Proprietors of Hartford and Beaver for Governor, and Mr. Laswell to canvass Hartford and Dam Mall Line. country. The gentle- CAPL JAS. W. BLACKBURN, surrounding Fate lor trip to Beaver Dam, 25c. men propose building an exchange will address the people Best ol Feed, Best of Hay, and your telephone line between Beaver Dam horse will receive best attention. and Ha tt fold and offer the ser7lces of Give us a call during Pair week. ON the line at a very reasonable rate of Yours truly, charge, 12th,5 KHQWN & MARTIN, , Hailford, Ky. "Take time by the forelock." II at I o'clock, p. m. your blood Is out of order, begin tak Everybody cordially Invited to come log Hood's Sasnparllla at onto and out and hear the political Issues disMcGnffey's spellers 10 cts at J. II. prevent serious illness. cussed by these able leaders Williams; See D. L. D. Sanderfur's "ad" on Notloo, 10 Fertilizers In another column. On Frfdav October 13th, I will offer Remember, the Richmond Laundry for sale at my tarm four miles South Is the very best CMWU Ilbii, Agt. of Beaver Dam, the following described Roid Wag nrooertv: One Whm needing anything In the livon, one Buggy, a good Mower and ery stablg line, patronize Field & Son Rake, one Cultivator, one Sorghum Mr. Henry Leach, ol Cromwell, is Mill and other farming implements, quite sick with typhoid lever nt presone mare and colt, two cows and ent. calves, one fine bull, Besides this, E Mr. Beecher Laswell was a very E. Rogers and S L Stevens will ofler pleasant caller at Tub Republican to head of cattle for tale, Travis Toy office Tuesday, lor two mules and two horses at the same time and place. Sale to bey In you a good Gross Williams will sell promptly at I o'clock. ' second-hansewing machine fopjio. MAODALKNR ROOTtBS, See him at once. p"- -' Notloo. Mr, Monroe Ashley, of near Baize, town, was robbed of a little Infant Lost on the Pair grounds, Saturday Ming-- ol All HlriU, Til child, by the dark angel ol death the Is noted lor Us keen sight, clear and afternoon, between four and five first in st. distinct vision. So aie those petsons o'clock one pocket book containing who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve one $o and one $5 bills and some for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any notes containing 8anfred Brown's kind or granulated lids. Sold by al) bamel finder will please leave same at dealers at s cents, For sale by Z this office and will be amply rewarded. Sani'krd Brown, tf Wayne Griffin & Bro. Mk Ma. Jno. C Riley in company with Mr. C. W. Thompson left Llverrnore Monday evening for Mr. Thompson's home In the country, when the horse freed himself from the care of the driver by shaking his bridle off. The horse Immediately started to run, and the two gentlemen jumped from the buggy. Mr. Thompson escaped un hurt but Riley sustained some very painful bruises, which have him con fined to his bed. It all came about through the carelessness of some one who harnessed the horse, helaitedio fasten the throat letch and by a shake of the head the horse was freed from Senator Wm, Goebel, AT HARTFORD, Thursday, Oct. Gon. W. S. Taylor, the noxt Governor of Kentucky, will bo in Hartford, Saturday, first-cla- November 4. Every man favoring honest elections should hear the boy from Butler. Como.and bring your neighbors and your neighbor's neighbors. tBl, Bo sure and come to the speaking next Tuesday. A man, Morgan byname, seeured the consent of the widow of the late J. Henry Baize, of Baizetown, to marry her fourteen year old daughter last Sunday. Theconsentof the old folks being obtained the young couple directed their course to the clerk's office In Hartford to gratify their hearts de sire, but their blissful happiness and consumate felicity and great rejoicing of the angels of matrimony were too good to be realized by this unfortunate conple. The augerles were against them. They had vexed the god of jealousy, and his wrath was upon them. When the news pf the to be wedding reached the cars of another admirer oi the lady, Carson Kendall, by name, he immediately laid aside all cares and proceeded In hot pur. snjt after the elated and eloping couple, interfered and blasted the fond hopes of Morgan. Pledges and promises fell from the lips of young Kendall, mixed and Intermingled by sobs and tears until the heart of the "Intended" was entirely overcome. She gave her consent to join fortunes with young Kendall, and leave Morgan to the taunts of his countrymen, So they proceeded to the place from whence they bad gone. But again while the angels of sweet rest were guarding young Kendall's pillow, d Morgan appeared on the 6cene a time and laid siege to the girl's little heart, which resulted in a second elopement to Hartford, And again, when the news was born to the Kendall his realm was all gloom and uncertainty; but with the strategy ofa Napoleon and an iron will of a General Grant he resolved to fight it out on the same line If It took always. So he proceeded a second time to wend his weary way to th county's capital ahead of the rejoicing Morgan, and so by and with the kind and propitious fates, be, tor the sec ond time placed himself at the mercy of the lady, wooed and wod her to his Inexplicable delight. For the second, and we hope the last time, be Induced her to return to the home of their nativity on Mondav evening. While fortune had so kludly smiled upon him In his efforts to secure his jewel, in two instances, he was unwilling to trust her tor a third time, and in order that this might be done satlsfac tory to all concerned save Morgan, and especially the young lsdy, for she seemed bent on marrying, he procured the cosent of the girls mother In writ ing and presented It to the clerk and demanded the papers, of course the clerk in that cougenlal way, charac tertstlc of himself, promised the hasty youth that he should have the papers if they would alleviate and sooth his troubled soul. The papers were duly arranged and the young man pioceed-elu hasty retreat to sec if all was still well as he had left. We leave this romantic wedding here and trust the completion of the story to the kind and beneficent Creator, who doeth all things well. sea-ond I had no desire for a newspaper quarrel when 1 called attention to a misleading edi torial which appeared in the Hartforr Herald, under date of Sept. 13, concerning recommendations made by thi G A. R. pension committee, and had thought that If the Herald made an) notice of my article in your paper, il would be lair enough to relieve. tbt old soldier of the aspersion cast upon him by that paper, but alas, I have reconed without my host. Instead ol that paper making an apology for the Insult, not only to the old soldier, but to every patriotic citizen as well, It uses the same language. A certain rule passed by Congress still holding out the idea that the G. A. R. committee on pensions has recommended the abrogation of Rules and Regulations passed by Congress for the pur pose of governing the administration of the Pension Bureau, when the of that paper full well knew that Congress had nothing to do with pass ing rules, but instead, the Secretary of the Interior is master oi ceremonies so tar as rules are concerned. Rule 225, which tbe G. A. R. committee on pen slons recommends discontinued, is a eltc of Hoke Smitb.whlch the Herald plainly admits, stands in the way of a fulfillment of laws passed b) Congress, yet that paper pounced upon the com Inlttee for its recommendation and when we invited the attention of the public to the gross injustice and slan der contained In the editorial, the edi tor of that pi per uncorked his vial of wrath and proceeded to wipe up tbe face of the earth with us. does not directly accuse usol putting words in his mouth that he never used, but indirectly he does. See what he says: y 'The most despicable and writer Is he who puts words lu the month of an adversary which he never uttered." The above seems to leave the Impression that we had falsified his statement and put words in his month he had never used. We shall never be satisfied with a simple denial of this charge, bnt shall invite the leader to see the editorial complained of, which will be found fourth In number on the second page of the Herald, under date of Sept 13, 1899 Read it carefully, then get Tim Republican, under date of Sept. 22, 1899, and read the editorial as used by us, and if you find a single word as copied from the Htrald in our letter not exactly the same as in the Herald, theu brand us as a falsifier, but If on the other hand you find we have quoted him correctly, all we ask Is that you shall be as charitable as you can well be under the circumstances. While the Herald was lam basting us, it burst forth aloud In the following language: "The attempt to arraign the Herald as the enemy ol tbe old soldier is as despicable as it is weak and absolutely unwarranted. The Herald has never bad any. thing bnt the kindest sentiments for the old soldiers and has never expressed itself otherwise " We would like to accept the above expression of loye and admiration for the old soldiers and would gladly do so but for the many editorials to the contrary, which have appeared from time to time In the columns of the Herald, reaching blck over quite- - a number of years. la tbe same Issue of that paper, in a parallel column with thq, above statement, we find a thrust at tbe leaders of the G. A. R in tbe following language: "Because the G. A. R. couldn't bave first place In the Dewey parade, its leaders became offended and would not allow tbe veterans to march at all." Thus It will be seen that tbe Herald does not give any reasons why the G A R, refused to march In tbe Dewey parade, leaving the impression on the minds oflts readers thatthecare worn .veterans of 1861 to 1865 bad positively refused to do honor to the greatest living hero oi American arms. How easily it would have been for the Her aid to have given all the facts con nected with this aflalr and not have left such a false impression, then It would have been more in keeping with its kindly expression when It says: "Tbe Herald has never had anything but tbe kindest sentiments for the old soldiers." For tbe life of us, we cannot see how anybody can make use of the expression just quoted lu the face of so many contradictory statements. Just a few days ago we picked up an old copy of the Herald, under date ol January 29, ed-t- Editors Republican: OvercoatsI OvercoatsI Is strictly up to date In every particular. We have them ranging in prices from $2 25 to $15. Come In and let us show them to yon. Fall Stuck nowjn and ready for your Inspection. A brand new line ol Overcoats. This line UMBRELLAS. Lot No. 1 Lot No. 2 Lot No 3 Lot No 4 On up to 39c 50c 75c $1.00 . a 25 4 MILLINERY. We are showing the nicest assortment (f Millinery that has ever been shown In Hartford. We invite We ever) body to see this line before purchasing. know we can please yon both in style and price. Remember that this department is under the management of Mrs Sara Collins Smith. The best line ever opened up in SUSPENDERS town and at prices to suit the times. We have in our Domestic Department big drives to per yard. in Shirtings, from New Fall Style Dress Prints. Bleached and Brown Domestics, CantonFlannels and Bed Ticking. 4c 8c BOOTS AND SHOES. We carry the largest assortment of Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes ever brought to Ohio county. Gentlemen, see our handsome line of Bootees, High top bals, Patent Leather Shoes, Vicl Kid and all shades in tan. They are beantlea. Onr prices In this line range from $1.00 to $5 00. Our stock of' Boots Is now complete. You shonld see tbem before you purchase. , FURNISHING GOODS. Ladies', Gents' and Children's Underwear, Genta' Dress Shirts, prices from 25c to f 1.50. Good heavy work Shirts from 20c up. Heavy Wool Overshirts, from 50c to ft 50. Men's heavy work Gloves, Men's dressed Kid Gloves, In fact, we have everything in the Furnishing Goods' line. II PJTn njpH Our new line of Pictures are now in. If you have one due you call at once and get it. Very Respectfully, lie RT.C0LLIKSHARTF0RD 1896 in which there appears the fol lowing editorial: "There Is no necessity ol any of our old soldiers going to war it war should take place between the United States and some other nation. They could just give up their pensions for a year or two and stay at home. Enough money is expended annually for pensions to build a first class navy, but personally It would amount to about tbe same thing after all. some men wouia aDout as soon part with their blood as their Public Speaking. Capt. N. T. Howard, Republican nominee for State Senator, and Hon, R C. Jarnagin, Republican nominee for Representative, will address the citizens of Ohio county at the following times and places: Saturday, October 7th, Sulphur Springs. Monday, October 9th, Beda Htflln J ROSINE, KY. Messrs. Chas. Crowdtr, Jo Hatler and Dr. St. Clair attended' tbe Fair Saturday. Jake Ieleheart has moved his family from Gillstrap, Bntler county, to his residence here. We will engage in business soon. Johnithan Rdley went to Beda Friday to see his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Ragland, who is low of consumption. Isem Landrum and family, of near South Carrollton visited relatives here last week. James Christian and wife were the guests of Dr. St. Clair and family Sunday. Charley .Steward, of Banock, Bntler county, Is moving his family here. He will open up a general store in the J. Raley stand. He will be a welcome auxiliary to tbe business portion of tbe town, Sam St.Clalr, who got hid foot hurt by a log wagon some time since, is able to be out again. Eiq Jack Welter was in town Sunday, Marlon Likens Is quite sick. Messrs Lon Hall and George Reddish were arrested and taken to Owensboro Tuesday by Deputy U S. Mar. shal J. B. Rogers, ot Leltchfield. They are charged with violating the revenue laws. A number of witnesses were also taken to appear against them. Run. cow-ardl- at night. Tuesday, October 10th, Buford. Wednesday, October 11, Bell's Run These editorials stand out In cold Bartlett School House at night. print and, It seem? to us, puts to Thursday, October 12th, Magan shame and brands as a falsehood the Deanfield at night. Herald's declaration when it says it Friday, October 13th, Stpavllle. has never had anything but the kindSaturday, October 14th, Fordsville. est sentiments for the old soldiers and Monday, October 16th, Sbreve has never expressed itself otherwise. Trlsler at night. We are of the opinion that the kindly I 'Tuesday, October 17th, Narrows teellng entertalneJ by tne Herald (or HInes' Mill at night. tbe old soldiers are about on a par Wednesday, October i8th,Sbroader with the kindly feelings that Satan School House at night. has for the ministry. May the Lord Monday, October 23d, Centertown have merch on his hypocritical sonl. at night. Old Solpirr. Tuesday, Octobei 24th, Point Pleas ant Church at night. . Superintendents Visits. Wednesday, October 25th, Equality church at night. On tbe following dates mentioned I Thursday, October 26th,. Ceralvo will visit the schools Indicated by the School House at night. following numbers: Speaking begins st 1 and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Oct. ir, 8 a. m. 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Miss Bertelle Is one of the very best vocalists In the country, and those present fully appreciated tbe e Harts of the young lady. Miss Lawrence Is a handsome performer on the piano, and rendered most excellent services for the success oftbe'entertalnment. Miss Nll contributed some excellent Instrumental music for tbe entertainment. Tbe evening was highly enjiyed by all who attended. I 5 $ Iff a Is tolS by all draj on fin I bottl bentbu or money tuck. Book on bevt an4 tunes unt fat. Or. MitM MffScal Compny, EHtftvt i 5 $ 9 $ 5 i Scott's Emulsion l nni 4n.ll. i jj J oujhly strong and well. I W. B. - DrIIavsn, Prop'r. Hmmrt Gurm jUu (tuutrt Bit. MILE? i S yx inJll.uo,llJruul4U. & DOWNE, SCOTT Ch.mUti, N.w Yak. Con.tlpmtlon VanT.f. Tk" Cuanta Candr CitUiulla 10a or SSo. UII la our, drunuu rttuad mw. 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WAYNE GRIFFIN' & BBO. General Directory. STATK I AN ABTI ITL ffotoflttn. JoebeTa D aiy Raoord en tha Separata Coach Llir. OFFICIALS. Desperate attempts are being made ojr certain advocates ot Mr. Goebel to obtain the votes of negroes, and, as an excuse for such negroes to give to their friends and associates, the pica has been urged upon them that he was a member of the senate when the separate coach law was passed, and did not vote for It and it was added that at heart ho was against this legislation, and If elected governor would be In a position to let his views be known and would do so. To him was propounded the direct question, and in his speech at Cloverport, Breckinridge- county, be stated the questions and gave answer. The report we republish Is from the Owens-bor- o Messenger; 16 Is not a stenographic report, and may not be strictly accurate but we assume It was Intended to be a fair report and we accept It as such: "Early in his speech be read a communication, which he said was handed him during his speech at Henderson. Ho had no time to notice It there, being crowded for time to catch the train for Cloverport, but would now do so. Two questions were asked him: 'First, are you In favororagalnst the separate coach law?' His answer to that was: 'I am for It' 'Second, If you were a member of te legislature would you vote to repeal the separate coach law?' His answer to that was: 'No.' "After answering both questions he said he would, however, favor an amendment to the, law, It the present statute does not specifically demand It, requiring the railroads to glvo the colored people equal accommodations with the white people. He said that It was an Injustice to the colored race to box them up In one end df a smoking car, requiring respectablo colored women to share such quarters with rough men, who smoked and often drank In tho cramped compartment But ho believed the present law, It properly enforced, would stop all complaints from the colored people, who, he understood, did not complain that they were separated from the white people on trains, but because of tho Inferior accommodations furnished them. He called attention to tho fact that the Republican party had been in power In Kentucky for nearly four years, and the Republican attorney general nor any Republican commonwealth's attornoy, bad ever offered to take any steps In the courts to secure to the colored pcoplo their rights under the law, and he pledged himself If elected governor to see that tho statuto was properly enforced to the end that equal accommodations were furnished colored and white passengers who paid the same money for the privilege of riding on the trains." While It Is Just to Mr. Ooebel to publish his statement, it is also fair to point out the evident attempt to deceive. This statement Invited reply from everyone at all acquainted with tho law. It was a reckless statement; for Mr. Goebcl must have known that It exposed him to Immediate and humiliating conviction of evasion, ot false Insinuation, and a futllo attempt to demagogue. And the very next night In tho very same town of Cloverport. Mr. Lawrence Tanner, nominee for attorney general, rean this report, and we republish his comment upon It Mr, Tanner This statement is neither candid nor fair, but is made with a purpose to deceive. Mr. Goebel well knew that the law as It exists today, which provides for separate coaches or compartments for each of the races, provides that railroads shall give to tho colored people equal accommodations with whlto people. Governor William O. Bradley. Lieut, Governor W. J. Worth-iutuCharles Finley. W. S. Taylor. Audito- r- .Samuel H. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Lonp. Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor tlculturo ami Statistics Lucas Moore. Superintendent Public Iustruction-J . Davi.on. Register Land Office Chas. O. Keyuold. Insurance Bureau Uoramissioner-- D, W. Ooruiugore. Adji.taut'Geueral L). It. Collier. Slate Librarian Mies Fuul Deaue W. Secre taryof State Attorney General Hardin. RAILItOAD COMMISSIONERS. chairman; J. F. Demp3ey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary barauel ir, tirown. Jno. C. Wood, CONORESOIOVAL. Hon. v HHara C. Li nil Senators say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. ileprejtiiitutive rourln .District Hun. D. H. Broitb. STATE IXaiSI.ATUHE. Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hod. R. C. Jarnagin. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owennboro. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. 8 A. Auders'in, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Co mm Hnrtlord. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hnrti'iid. S. T. Stevens Sheriff Hnrtlord. Deputies D. M. Hockcr, T. H. Ben-tu- n, R B Martin nud W. H. Tinrley. Court convenes first Monday in March and AiujtiPtntid continues three weeks, and third Monday in May und November two weeks. COUNTY COURT. Jas, P. Miller, Judge Hartlord. M. 8. Kaaland.Clerk Hnrtfnrrl. M. L. Heavrin.Attnriiev-Htrtfor- d, Court convenes each month. nrMTtrpni.Y Grst Monday in nfiiniT. Begins on the second Monday each month, COURT OP CLAIMS. in' Convenes first Monday iu January, and Tuesday alter the second Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. N. Muxley, Surveyor. G, D Hi) al, Assessor. Fun Rigers, School Supt, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. I'oorhotise (Jannbell, C. It Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. T. A nt Ford-vill- KvAN-e t Court on Match will be held 1st, June 1st, a Sfiitenilier Is nnd December 18'h It F GllAVHH Court will ho held ut Butiiril on Murch DO, Juue 2!),Se'-lenibe28 and Decomlier 'Jl. S .1. Wfm.kr Court will be he'd nt Sii'pbur Springs on March 128 Jim 27, SentHuhfr 1W and Uecenihpr 2S H B. I'ayi.or -- Court will be he'd at OrmnwB'l on March 1, Juno 10 September 2 hdiI December ). W. A R ini: Court wil' be he'd n l!l, May 'J9 fVnierlnwn on August 28 and Xoviinl'er 1, r ITYDliUiUTOItY. That there may be no mistake In your minds as to whether It does or W II llarnrs, Judge. not I will read you sections 2, 3 and J S R. Wedding, Attorney 4 ot said bill, being sections 796, 797 TOWN THUSTims, aM 793 of Kentucky statutes covering S K Cnx, Cli ni'n tLis point They read as follows: I A Thorn's, Treasurer. "Section 2. That the railroad comSec'y. Jnn 15 panies, person or persons, shall make A D While. no difference or discrimination the I'rcston Morton Post No 4 G. A quality, convenience or accommodations In tho cars or coaches or parti- It hold their itgulur nietting S.itur. in each tions for white and colored passen- day bflnre ih firt uii"dvo'clock p month In Court Hall at l gers. (Section 79G.) W A. l'A son. Cnru m "Section 3. That any railroad comJohn C Cii.uinnHi.AiN, Adjt. pany or companies that Bhall fall, refuse or neglect to comply with the pro'" ..'SUS visions of sections 1 and 2 of this act, SEND L'3 G.a. M Urn vr4 CKkaUtOttt ,H4L .. HIM shall be deemed guilty of a misdeti iuok moil, i.j it btwui."tij.t t ""' mi. LjUallallltt ujlllll g" v meanor, and upon Indictment and conviction thereof, shall be fined not less found twrfrc I than $500, nor more than $1,600 for tilh- - rlMl ri ptu. Ht-i- '' each offenre. (Section 797.) "Section I. That all circuit courts In which railroads are operated In this Btato shall have complete Jurisdiction over such offense, (Section 797.)" Lexington Herald. 7p ;l5.Jfsa LO'-LA' fell !( .,.S II :": .?: l e?t 11 R r-- " "-- i : rv 1 7 I LuithallMki n with Ilranly la llluud Vfp. dean blood lacim a clean iVin. Ko beguty without it. Ciacari't", Caudyt'atliir-ti- . tlvaii your blood und keep t clean, b) tl rtiuji up ths laiy livirand driving all lm' to imuiiei fiom tlir body. Ikgin luiioli pinivlta, xill, LlotiliH, LUcklieada and thai auly bilious corapleaioo by taking l iKareti, beauty for tcncenti. All -drug-gut- tiwJU.1 vimivlii thtnf- - TM ui wvtrsi, iiaiy IIiiImi It.itliitl. Wlfiui; .iwiaiiriHiwii -mm! J 'v Uitovtii, i)l br t'ulliittjr lllCKf I ;'V Iff WniTVl illllkllU uut CfiL 8TOV1C CATAIOC r plUat VrUaUHtftlltUliU M H IUt4tU t UrvtiUriMrtnnlitf'iUai m p. fUia'iJrMn , l ' l.4f-t HHt Urt ' n i s)(urntsb Hlfc an .tr a1i'rrr (ilw4lwts. id nu M IK i c arM tftry ( tlsjurittl4cliarva roadt4' tn. Vawllooal frrlarbl la ci.lv ad v, tha lot ttM-aclkaastUM. I0MMNM llaVat 4 In (Ml i J salitfaction guaranteed, I0c(Mc,KV. BEARS, ROEBUCK 4. CO.fliilCmUCO.I. OMawi, iMffwa pHhHf wartaf av piuai.ar.i tickets, we doubt the wisdom ot the colored people ot Kentucky listening 6. to tho fair promises made by these po- PKIDAY, j lltl.al tricksters. It they will treat tho members ot their own household In C0L0eED70TEBS,HEED tbe mnnncr thoy did, what hopo has the negro who has opposed the Democratic party, to break away at this principles time from tho Why You Should Support the ot the Republican party to help a party that advocates laws and measures that Republican Ticket. seem to strike every vestige ot manhood down that happens to bo poor and not as fortunate as his white STAND BY PROVEN FRIENDS brother! We plainly say that In our Judgment this Is not the time to follow those strange gods. The following And Overthrow the Party That Would Is a sample ot what they will do It given all branches ot our national govCob Tou of Your Bights. ernment The Democrats seek to dls- On Feb. 18, , franchise the poor man. 1698. the Democrats In the house AN ADDRESS SIKOEBE AND WISE. passed the following bill It also passed the senate and II r. Goebel, a candidate for governor, voted for the bill: Crocral Aolatlon of C.lorad Daplltta , "'Be It enacted by the general asMakra ratrant Appeal tn K.nta.kr sembly of the commonwealth ot KenNecroei ttf 8tand rur llonaat Elaotlona tucky, that at the next regular election there bo submitted to tho qualified and For ths Turfy That I'romiitea lha voters of this commonwealth tho fol tlipplnr.a, Coinfort aud rrfciptrlty of lowing amendment to section 145 of the Whole Teople. tho constitution ot the state of KenJA a recent meeting of the Qcncral tucky, that. In addition to the three exceptions contained . therein, tht Association ot Kentucky Baptists a fourth exception shall be Inserted and committee was appointed to mako cershall read as. follows: Fourth Pertain Investigations and to examine the sons falling to produce receipts for poll tax, properly signed by the sherlt several party platforms and the perof his county, for the year preceding sonal standing of the various candithe year in which tho election 1s held dates for office. A careful examination provided a poll tax Is levied for such was duly made by the committee, and a year, and provided further, such the following address was drawn up to persons as are exempt from paying a poll tax shall not be required to prothe colored voters of Kentucky: "We, your committee appointed by duce such a receipt, the persons so exthe general association at Its recent empted to produce the certificate ot the session In Paris, Ky., to make certain county clerk to that effect' Investigations and to examine the sevt."vr Man Shut Oat. eral party platforms, and the personal "It will be observed that not a sinstanding of the several candidates for gle Republican voted for the bill. This office, and to Issue an address to the law, If enacted, would deprlvo every colored people of Kentucky, advising poor man ot the right to vote unless he them as to what we thought would ba j had a 'pull' with the fiscal court This for tho best Interest of all true shows clearly who are tho friends of In the coming contest realtho poor. ize the grave responsibility attached "The negroes of Kentucky should to such an Important position, know- understand what this bill moans. Hav-I- n ing It Is not tho province nor the deenjoyed four years under a Repubsire of tho ministers of Kentucky to lican administration, we are satisfied dictate and scramble In politics. Dut, that it Is for the best interest for the such' grave questions now confront our citizens of Kentucky to keep the Repeople, and so many rumors having publican party In power. The Repubbeen afloat In regard to the attitude lican party has been the affirmative, ot many of the men running for office aggressive and advancing party, the towards the colored people, the" Gen- party of progress nd reform, the party eral Association ot Colored Baptists, of patriot It ai. liberty and courage. All members, felt the great measures leading to the presrepresenting J5.000 called upon to give some attention to ervation of the Union, the abolition of the election In our beloved stato this slavery, the establishment of the year. The only apology wo have to of- highest public credit, of the best curwe are fer for pursuing this course rency, of the diversity of our employKentucklans and have an interest In ments, of the protection of our Induscommon with, all Kentucklans. Never try from undue competition ot the In tho history of our proud commonhomestead policy" and the numerous wealth have the Kentucky people been other public measures that have tendmore Interested In an election than ed to lift our country to the greatest the one to take place In November. national republic that ever existed, "We have made a careful examinahave been the works-n- t the Republican tion of tho different party platforms party. It Is equally true that during and the Goebel election law, the all this time the Democratic party has railroad bill and the Chlnn been a party of opposition, resisting at cchoolbook bill. We have also read every point all ot tbe measures ot the the views of Hon. W. O. Bradley as Republican policy. set forth In his vetoes ot these meas"We point with pride to the Illusures. Knowing his ability as a law- trious governor, William O. yer and statesman, we feel that his Bradley, the friend and champion of opinion Is In every way worthy of our all the people; be they white or black, He and, confidence. consideration rich or poor; and there would be no points out these measures to be in greater commendation of his superb every way partisan, dangerous, undemadministration than to see to It that ocratic as well as unconstitutional. bis successor is a Republican In the The Hon. Charles J. Brcnaton, Demoperson of General W. S. Taylor. cratic senator from Fayette county, "We have every reason to believe recognized as one of the leading Democrats of tb state. In his speech In the that the people of the state wilt make senate, In opposition to the election no mistake In supporting every nomibill, declared that this was the most nee of the Republican ticket We call Infamous measure ever enacted In upon humanitarians and cosmopoliKentucky, and wound up by saying: tans everywhere to old In striking a 'Never shall my efforts cease until I blow at that which takes from us our have seen erased from the fair name rights and robs, us of our liberties of Kentucky the blot you will place Goebellsm. "Fellow citizens, the time Is ripe for there by your votes this day.' of Feb. 23, honest elections, tor wise and effective "The Courier-Journ1E98, said ot the election bill: 'The temperance laws, and for a careful alien and sdltlon laws which engulfed and studious consideration ot the labor and destroyed the Federal party were problems, with a view to promote as not lees oppressive and unrepubllcan far as possible, laws for the happiness, j comfort and prosperity of the people. In their character. "'Indeed of the present Democratic We have an abounding faith that this can be done by Republican success. leaders of Kentucky might one without exaggeration, or pathos, exclaim: The election ot General Taylor and the Oh, Judgment, thou art fled to brutish Republican tloket, aad the election of a Republican senate and house ot rep- beasts and men have lost their rearesentatlves, will Insure the right of son.' " "'This monstrous usurpation of suffrage to every citizen, whether rich power needs no explanation. It Is so or poor Slgneijy: S. E. Smith, D. D., Owensboroj C. H. Parrlsh, D. D.. Lousimple that a child may read and understand It. But no power can stop St isville; R. Mitchell, D. D., Frankfort; unless the peoplo of Kentucky, not yet J. E. Wood, A. M., Danville; W. H. wholly lost to liberty, manhood and Steward, A. II. Louisville; R. B. ButScott, Covingarise In their majesty and ler, A. B., Tarls; G. arise nt once to call off the maddened ton; O. W. Doling, Ellzabethtown; P. dogs of war whom passion and faction II. Kennedy, D. D. Henderson; J. W. have let loose on Frankfort, and who, Clark, Nichalaavllle." It Is wit. pride and much satisfachaving had a taste ot blood, would rend the very eagles that guard ths tion that the committee presonts this commonwealth from limb to limb, statement to the public. leading the people only the bare and Youraa.r In Ilia i'laoe worthess bone.' too hard on Mr. Bryan. He rruah OoahalUm. declared in 1896 that it would be lm-- , "In common with the best thinkers possible to have higher prices and good and liberty loving people ot the comtimes under the gold standard. We monwealth of Kentucky, we add our have higher prices and good time-- the condemnation and disapproval ot this best we have ever had, under the gold force bill, that strikes at the very standard. It must be embarrassing tn foundation of our civil liberties and Just think how you would the destruction of our republican form (eel yourself under such circumstances. of government Minneapolis Journal. "Whatever Is for the best interest UKMOUHATS ON. OOISIIBL. of Kentucky, the negro has always Sidelight, on tbe Cbaraslarol the ITand. been found to advocate that doctrine; be Is not a party to fraud and corrupulnt tlanilMata Por Ofiv.rnor, Tom Pcttlt always was amusing. For tion. He believes that all men should verification of that assertion the flies be treated with fairness and Justice. Messenger whlfe "Whatever Is forthe best interest for of the Owensboro our white brother we believe will also Its editor held office at the bands of be to the best Interest of our brother John Young Brown, especially may be consulted. But the assertion of In black. "The eyes of the nation, as well' as Mr. Pettlt In hla speech at Benton that Kentucky, are and will be fixed on us; "Wlllam Goebel neither drank, chewed watching to see what use we will ruakt nor cursed," Is the most ludicrously of our power as voters. The fate ot comical of any ot the many foolish A more our own race, as well as the white, who utterances of Tom Pettlt. bellevo In giving; every man a living regularly blasphemous man than Wilchance, win di.tt.d up.. ..ox wu liam Ooebel does not exist In Kenvote In the coming election, so far a tucky. The assertion ot Tom Pettlt Kentucky Is concorned. Good men ot would cause more genuine laughter. In all parties are uniting In the effort to and among the official circles ot Kensave the honor of Kentucky. Goebellsm ton county than tbe richest humor of cust be stopped. Puck or Puuch,, If oMclal circles were "The bosses are resorting to everyallowed to have opinions ot their own thing contcmptlblo and unmanly to or to enjoy humor at tbe expense of throttle the will of the people. They their creator and owner, William Ooehave even attacked the ministry. They bel. As be was on his way to kill have assaulted many ot (be leading Sandford, and when be saw that gallant preachers cf the state, notably among rebel In gray standing In front of tbe whom we might mention Dr. Kerfoot First National Bank, he turned to It seems to be tbelr plan to silence tha Jack Hendrlck and said: "There's the pulpit unices It speaks In favor pf s over there." And when of a b Jack said, "WhatT" Ooebel repeated "With the wrangle now going on In the vile epithet, "There's tbe s of a the Democratic party, and the way b ." And this was at tbe time he was General Hardin and Captain Stone seeking John Bandford to slay him, were defrauded out of the nomination, after having most cruelly and Infamand tha methods used by the Iledwlno ously libeled blm. and police convention In Louisville tba( nominated one of tbe Democratic THE RBPUBUQAN PNLV Sl.00 time-honorrd and-nobl- e al I I Hartford Republican. TAXING OF FRANCHISES Democrats Failed to Obey the Letter of. the Law. RESORT TO POOR UtVUM.4-t.44- a ir nntDti nntc kmt lumen Tn nun THE ELECTION, WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? P HENRY FIELD & SON AHB RUNNINO A TRIMI1I.B TO THOMPSON EXCUSES lllnnilerinjjCaintmign Hook Issued by Their State I'oiniililtcc. EIDDLED BY A DEADLY AFFIDAVIT Sworn Statement Irnm Former Auditor Norm n Matter Anthorltr Than the tUvleci of tbe Coinpl ere of tha I)etn. Somo Faele anil eertlle Uandboak Flgaree Worthy of rera.el by thr Vutere of the nine Ore.. Stele. T.ro campaign handbook put forth jy the Democratic state committee Is tearfully and wonderfully mado up. Circumstances make It necessary for the editors and corqpllers to do a great deal ot explaining, and one ot the things found most necessary to explain Is the failure ot tho Democratic administration to obey tho plain letter ot the law In regard to the taxation of franchises. The present Republican administration collected. In one, year, from franchises, under the same law that was binding on the preceding Democratic administration, more In one year, by over 128,000, than the Democratic administration collected In four years, and has collected In three years three times as much, lacking about $5,000, as tho Democratic administration collected In four years. This was something the compilers of tho Democratic handbook saw it was necessary to explain, and how do they explain It? They say that the state board of va' uatlon and assessment was waiting for the decision of the court of appeals In the Henderson bridge case, but tbe facts don't bear them out because they went ahead and assessed miscellaneous corporations, but at a very low rate, The Democratic state board does not bear out the explanation of the compilers, either, as witness tho following Norman, who affidavit from was chairman of the Democratic board, which was filed by the L. & N. railroad to prevent the Republican board from going back nd reassessing that road for franchise tax for the years 1892 '93, '91 and 'SB. Here Is Mr. Norman's affidavit which knocks the bottom out of tbe Democratic campaign book's explanation: Shattered I'T en AflHavIt "State of Kentu-li"County of Franklin. "I C. Norman, being first dul sworn, deposes and says that he was for more than six years and down ) Jan. 1, 1S96, the auditor ot public accounts of tho stato of Kentucky. That as such ho was chairman ot the board of valuation and assessment from 'he e date of tho passage of the present law until the 31st day ot December, 1895. That each year from 18? down to and Including the year 1893, said board considered the reports of the various railroad companies In the state with a view ot determining whether the board should assess the franchises of said railroads or any of them. Said board of valuation and assessment also Investigated In each of the years aforesaid tbe question whether the franchises of said railroad companies and each ot them had been assessed by the railroad commissioners and ascctaloed that they had bcei and after full consideration of the' reports of tbe various railroad companies. Including the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company, filed Ir the fall ot 1532 and as ot the 15th day ot September, 1893, 1691 and U95, and mature deliberation thereon, and full Investigation Into the asoessmer' made by tho railroad commissioners for each ot raid years, said board of valuation and assessments ascertained and determined that the railroad had assessed all ot the tax able property. Including the franchise of each of said railroad companies. Including the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company, for each of said years, and uavlng so ascertained, determined to make no further assessment on the franchises ot sard railroad companies or any of them. Affiant further says that according to the unh form pract'ee of his office and of th board ot valuation and assessment!, a report filed as of the 15th day of September of any year served as th basis for and upon which the tax of and for the succeeding year was asy. rev-nu- Cltv ol Krankfoit, Executive Drpartment Pmnk Hewitt, Trrsfurcr. W S. Dehouey, Mor Ben Maishall. Clerk. Pranklott, Ky , Aur !j 1898 Mr. W. 15. Thompson, 1'iank-fortKy.: I My Hear Mr. Thompson will prrftce the content". U this letter by saliigthi.ttiuhnvt n't a better Irlendin I'tmikl'n conn ty llmu ram and It Imii I He ml khip f"i Jim thill I write this l Iter. Y it were tndirnted hv thr County O tnmlttec rs ore ol the Election Cotuiiiln.tloneis for thin No better msn cnuld county have been appointed but it Is n unenviable pofitlon.nnd ore you shi uld not rccrpt Our cotiiitv is nil right sately Democratic, but city dictions cannt t be won Willi n fair court and vou know llutas well n 1 do Incouipe Republican tent, unreliable judgrs will have to beappi fnttd the ilifht of the Republican to tndic t who shall rrpreetit 'hem us judges, etc, win hive to - Ignored nnd the 15 rctton s nil! have to do ht, rr rrreivetheiU will of ibe I would not do cil Demnrrats. 1 could not conscientious Jt ly do ko nrd I know th't tm wittld n t; tlierrlore mv kv c I hud toyi.u S to ti.lk uiU. l'ljor oti tht sn'J'ct and hf seld If yon wotiM lelute to ait he wpuid HUiMitnt an one that we might irdlcxte, which would be Ben Marshall. You know Pen is so parti.'an thtn.nthln Is right that helps , Coniml-sior.er- TRANSFER LINE A. To and from Beaver Dam. nice New OMNIBUS will meet nil . pas- senger trains nt Beaver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE - RIDE They also keep a first- class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartfoid. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted their care will have especial attention. flSLP P& SOK, f rop'rs. (t itlu-etos- iuje SMI E4 lumber. HONEY! 15 You can save 10 to per cent by buying your Lumuor, Bash, doors, shingles and building material at tho Cornor ol Inglo and 7th sts. I IiHVe one ol the lxt naSMtmeuts c f Choice Lumber in the Stitc, and can mskelit an olj'ct to you to obtain price, for your I self strictly lor Cash, which means that yuu will not have to help pay any bad bills when you buy here. immediately. nni! I will have the change uiide. I will also we that jour interests are repre srnted in the appointment ol of fleers on your side ol the river. Let me hear from j ou al ouce. Sincerely your Irle-d, the Deroocrt Think this matter over, and ure ycur btt judgment, and it yon conclude f ircept write me South TRnrntn. OOxn. TlIOUrSOMTOTRIMIILK Flat; 1ork. Kv- - Autr. 18, 1898 Mr. South TriuiLlc, Fiaukfort, My Dar Sir: Yoiim of Ihe 13th August in regHtd to Hire tlon commissioners fji the coun ty received. and In reply will say my confidence In yrur sincer. ity about this niatUrcoinpcls me to refuse to accept the Appointment f Klection Cotr mlsioner for it I have to do a dishonorable act I will not accept it. Show this letter to Judge Ptjor that he may act regardlem cf the County Committee's recommendation. Most respectfully yours, W. 15. Thompson. 1 Prices. THEO.E.REOTI1T, k.slc Dealer in all kinds oi Building Material, vfiit.N'eu riKVK.vrii and Ky; E3"v-a.TNrsj-,crnJaLi- ni i.iiilc. 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KEn 0aU aaUsaMal MtUwUffWmt.e tfoltl f war taction farad, aaif tkrvAdlBtf tltantl-h1 palcni i auioatatla bobbin wlnJatc aJJuarUWa bMrtnn..provM abuitl foot, llbaraior .j.piwa.t.iwwb,-.Jnit,bmH Ir haadaoaualdtoatratftl carrier t t an i r ! bar, Mtnldrcana.rd nAurroB irai vaf iKuttr.uvn irumii'. WbtUstdut rlosT U and fait U 11 with " -- oSb'SS1 dfrt1 ", -1 MS hr-- pallavrl4 m fr lll'DMn rrtr teaa epe' . i ItUtrUCtlOO 30OK Mil atlMkarSfit IsfaraUha rati aat JT? Crf or any kladof (aary wtjra. loalthrt-lalt haw anrtma ran rani! )A.vtiai nnrrifiinaad nniniHTClt li aont with avsu-- raarblta. MiStMINH l4)aaaamlttaaulatlineMa,cmMrelt rnCTC Villi asaawa r via . rr tWJ BOO OO. and hn ir oonvinrai tM lbr TO ThkiIM r skval Ik ClielOUal aaf - -- KjU aa.tlaiMaa 1..n. Wt uiui ... YOtsl a.. s f a.a liiAewinaMarasf .TIIIelPyaa airaiar ! Ulja..W.UkilUiniiT, Mn tddresi, SEAR3. ROEDUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. ii m fir x?4qm BiMTBsTn Ik. llskUBa tSaMiM, mmrmmtm eaej 1. HEAD ACHE ' lfo nud uivaelfliiivabcen 11K1S and ther are Ibe beat nalnir medicine wo Uaro ercr liad tn tho bouce. Lat week mj wlto i trantlo with beadacha tor twodaya, abo tried amat( TOurCASC'AltETS, fn ber bead almoat and ther rollered tlia immediately, no iwinieconiDitnuuucarcia. '. Chas. BTEtiirunu. Pittsburg Sate A Dcixj.lt Ca, lltubure. pa. "Doth niT PASTA aflw- r4E iI I -- UK .yiiafliTi' jf r iavnai fa A"&T-2- r'n xie.s? ia XtmWXJSJ -- tiiu,iii J rai, TWilJll aa.-n m m . vMAr rmit M CaW I CATHARTIC I taoi mauk nutnno Oooil, a Pleartnt. Palatable. (arlla ... Potent Taita 0ttr4. 1)0 Merer Sicken, Weaken, or Otli-e- . 10c, tic.tua. Rsm Jy mrw ... CURE CONSTIPATION. Yarm lit Caaar OrsMfa, MaairaU, ld andrtmrintaed ty gliutofJvjiV'iobaecoUtvblt. Un.Tfl.Oin sessed. L. C. NORMAN. tl'nl "Subscribed and sworn to before me by L. C. Norman, this 9th day of March, 1898. A. Addams, C. C. A., by Robt It doe-holis- says that the reason the state board of valuation and assessment, ot which he was chairman, did not assess the railroads for franchise taxes, was noM because they were waiting on the court of appeals, but because "after full consideration" and "mature deliberation" and 'full Investigation" "said board of valuation and assessment ascertained and determined that the railroad commissioners Bad assessed all of tho taxable property Including franchises" of tbe several railroads In the state, Mr. Norman's sworn statement Is 3tgeVaaaMl8J''rf1 a better authority than the statement of the compilers of tbe Democratic handbook, on a matter especially within ma knowledge, and his statement leave tbelr explanation without a shred of fact to support It Tbe court of repeals has sustained the constructive which tha Republican board ot a:cr ment and valuation has put upon ths law and shown that the construction Mr. Norman's Democratic board out 18 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. upon It was wrong. Tbe compilers ot PRICE 60 cts. the Democratic campaign bandbco'-oug-bt WARRANTED. GaLATlA, ILLS., NOV. 10,193. to have consulted Mr. Norman bl explain bis ac Parts Uadlelaa Co., auktUmiu.Ho. before undertaking to boUlea ex but Tear, Uentlemem Wa tlon and they would have escaptd thti QIUIVKU TASTKl.KttS CUIU, TONIC anj bare inaiiuaraz. boiuniiareaaiueeiureaariiiiarear. Ignorance or exposure of their IuiIad u Tour hula. icturklrulr. Aaxir.CAua J1C0. In this connection It Is well enough Fjrsaleh' J. H. W lll.ms In tho to note that the imall reduction valuation of railroad property for assessment by tbe present board of raila9i road commissioners after the first 7cnr Is due to the tsn. tint of their service the court of appeals has dartded that 4ein't tT whea rou'a" certain bridge property previously ln cure 'em tor ISO. SuIt u wade to tuie aoa eluded In the railroad assessments wu iir"tiHikr r by by ths local ssies-sproperly assessable flan, or maiUii UIAAT UIIiSailUAlU cu and not by the oommlsiloaers, um uurrr ai a Louisville Commercial. L. Greene, D. C." Further Kanlauallnn. will be observed that Mr. Norman liriLiVL: 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 Ripens Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. Aa.'MrleirloanUWiaenaaiairlrujeaiaer'artea(w1tlleal(lu.)Uaererekleateeea ,TflllBrtiI'UIl..ill fur II.. peer .aoke eooeloaT. Ouiau lalnlu.) kk4 1 laall b, tkriou. ft ri. 1. inKlrrl.x.. tuuLaa aia. aleea kkd e trreMia Yorker. ,.l...rtoo(ril..DllUklfwilixrwe reauel MerrkMaen, atwi taenia aad at maer etene a4 aerk a ekeaa, 'HF?'-"JmnT,rS- !!H 1 CHILL TONIC SOO TASTELESS rk . t su-ce- Is bolutelv iifcenKiy to the yount; man rr jouxg woman who would win In lue This being cuncedtd it is of firft importance to get our tratninir nt the school that stands in the very Iront rank. l.ttl'INVII.I.t:, KENTUCKY. 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