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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899101301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Gen. W. 8. Taylor will Speak in Hartford, Sjaturday, November 4th, 1899, Olu-ToJlrtg- , 3E-.iitei3. 1 oclockp. Subscription $1 a m. por-son- al The Republican nnd Louisville Commercial, I year,$t The Republican and the Courier Journal, 1 jear, $1 The Republican nnd the Toledo (O ) Ulndc, jcat, $t 1 35. a$ S TlTe Hepublican The RepuUicdii and Loulvfie Dispatch, and the Olobe Deruocint, I 1 ear, $1 jtar, (1 50. aj. Tee Haeteqrd Republican. , Tho Bopublicau kindly lnvitos its many roadors and frionds to givo thoso morchauts who advortino in its columns tho bonofit of tboir trado. It will bo rogardod as a favor. ' t Fine Job Work a Specialty. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TSE PARI! ME ft-,- - FQVaTS COH&RCSSIOKAL OISTEICT . year. VOL. XII. An HARTFORD, KY., PHI?) AY, OCTOBER 13, 1899. Extraordinary Chanco General Directory. STATH OFFICIALS. No. 12. PROGRAMME. semi-annu- Protoot Kentucky's Ballot. LOVES RAKISH CLOTHES. kA hi rHWhlle tllere has been much feeling Tho Gray Folt Hat With tho meeting of the Sixth nnd'no end ol acrimonious discussion Fourth Congressional District TeachGovernor William O. Bradley. Foathor Provos This in Ken tucky over the probable attempt ers' Association to be held at Beaver Assertion. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-Ingtoof the Goebelized Democracy to vitiate Dam, Ky., Friday and Saturday, Oct Bbaver Dam, Kt. We have tho highest regard for ths Secretaryof State Charles Finley. he ballot by means of the election: law It was Alexander Pope, personally 20 and 21, 1891: want a clothing medical profession. Our preparations Dear Editor--W- e Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. passed for that specific purpose, by misshapen and weak, who said that FRIDAY AFTERNOON. are not sold for tho purpoio of antagonsalesman to takeordora for men's cusAuditor Bamuel U.Stone. y Jts prospective beneficiary, it is izing thorn, but rattier as an aid. Wo Invocation "every woman is at heart a rake." It 1:15; Organization. suits, punts, tom Treasurer Geo, W. Long. lay it down as an established truth that ATTORNEY AT LAW, that beneath this apprehension was sweeping slander from a mind Rev. J. II. Brown. Hor overcoats and ulsters in Hartford and Commissioner ol Agriculture, internal remedies are positively injuriiiARTronn, there has steadily run an undercur- embittered by failures with the fairer Welcome Address R P. Hock- ous to expectant mothers. The distress 1:30; Statistica Lucas nnd adjoining towns and country. Any tlculture Special attention Riven to all busiand discomforts experienced during tho oi doubt that these Democratic sex. Yet if every woman is not at er. rent ness entrusted to- - his care. Office la good, bright man,ospooially if ho has Moore. months preceding childbirth can bo aldesperadoes would so audaciously de- heart a rake, every woman at heart Superintendent Public Iustruction-Court House. IMS; Response Supt. J. R. Coyle". leviated only by external treatment by oxpononco as n salesman in a store, Davison. fy public opinion. agricultural iiiinlement house or It has been diffi- loves rakish clothes and wears them applying a liniment that softens and re3:90; Junkshop O M. Shultz laxes tho muscles. Wo Poswliero be has comt in conlaot with 1 Register Land Office Chru. O. cult for an honorable and a chivalrous when she has the opportunity. M. L. HEAVHIN, 3:10; School Book Bill to be dismake and sell such a liniment, comReynold. peoplo, as solicitor for tailoring, sibly the beings in petticoats like con cussed by the Superintendents of the bining- the ingredients in a manner people to conceive among probabilistock or other goods ties tilch a sinking Insurance Bureau Commissioner into spicuity. ThisjflWTItniytrtrat, district, dlscustion to be Introduced hitherto unknown, and call it HARTFORD, KY. -can. make big. money witli our line P. W. Comlnptre-the ntter depths of political degrada- with broad brim and a huge feather by Supt C. A. Williams, Will practice his profession in all the tbeyear around; butany gootljlirighF Adji.Unt General D. R. Collier. tion. In spite of their real conviction, from tbe wing oi the American buzMUSIC. courts oi Ohio nnd adjoining counties rnair, oven without lixevious experiSlate Librarian Miss Paul Deane Special attentbe people of Kentucky have hoped zard or the Asiatic phllaloo bird stuck and Court ol Appeals. 2:40; Trainitg of Citizenship E R. ence, Can make ? 5t5.00 a month and Hardin. tion given to collections. for the State's deliverance from so through it, is an Instance in point Burch, R R. Moss. expenses with tliu big outfit wo furWe know that in thousands of cases RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. shameful a disgrace. That hat is the hat of the Mohawk, nish him and tho opportunity wo give 2:55; How to Reach That Bad Boy it has proved mbre than a blessing to chairman; J. F. Jno. O. Wood, TAYLOB, no longer. They tbe Corinthian, the SHELBY expectant mothers. It overcomes mornBut they hope him if he will dbvoto bis timo to tlio Dempsey, II. 8. Irwin. BccreUry W. F. Nichols, V L Spalding ing sickness. It relieves the sense of are brought to a realization ol the blood ot London 200 years ago. ATTOJWEY AT LA W wo'k; or, if we can get a good inun Samuel F. Brown. 3:15; Literature as a Personal Re- tightness. Headaches cease, and dan- HARTFORD, KY in Hartford whose tlinois partly taken real Intentions and determined debillycock rwagger and source Prof. F. Crawford. It has the rrer from Swollen, Hard and Rlsinc CONORBSSIOHAL. Will practice his profession in all the up with other work and who can deBreasts Is avoided. Labor itself Is signs of William Goebel and his subsweep. It goes in tbe .nsition of Senators Hon. William C. LindEFFECTUALLY. servient tools upon the ballot in Ken- the cavaliermoonlight and a twanging I 3:20; Tbe Ti significance play into shortened and shorn of most of the pain. courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties vote bis sparo time to our line, even thereof mind with work, and the W. J. Deboe. Wo know that many doctors recomand Court oi Appeals. Special atten- if only an hour or so a (Uy,lio will do say, Hon. gar Misses Llllie Urin and Sallie Terry. mend It, and wo know that multitudes tucky. In very truth, no one with guitar in the dusky, Representative Fourth District tion given to all assignments in bank, exceedingly well with our agency. of women go to tho drug stores and buy Hon. D. II. Smith. flowing from unknowledge of his character and of his den and ruptcy, 3:35; What ate your Troubles in the it because they are sure their physicians We have moil in real estate, loan,le-ga- l, I rnricnMF3 dreer has ever doubted that Willlanf der it and a ruffled wrist just over the School room? three minutes talk by have no objections. We ask a trial-j- ust STATE LEGISLATURE. liimbor, grain, railroad, express, a fair test There Is no possiUs Goebel, himself would insist upon an strings and a jewcl-hilte- d rapier j members of the ssoclatlon, introduced Senator Hon.T. G. Turner. JNO. B. WILSON, and other business who give their chance of injury being the result, ' . His swung tbe side and a half opened lat by Representative Ohio County Hon. absolute debauch oi the ballot time to our line with big spare Mother'm Friend is scientificseizure by chicanery, and force of tice and a dagger stroke between the It is sold at $t a botally compoundod. No experience is absolutely R. O. Jarnagtn. RVENISO bBSSION. HARTFORD, KY. tle, and should be used durlnir most ot OHIO COUNTY. e arms of his nomination lelt no donbt shoulders. Yet beneath it on Chicanecessary, no capital required. 7:30; An Addiess Prof. A. C. Burcol attention given to the period of gestation, although great CIRCUIT COURT. SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac furnish a complete lino of cloth samof his plan of campaign. It was in a go's streetwe see the fat, red, per- ton. relief is experienced if used only a short flon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens, ples ami stationery; havo no time before childbirth. Send for our illeaning upon the broken spiring, nuv tup cPNUiNt - mamT'D by place Literacommon lingering 7:45: The Dr ma's place in alio Notary Public lor Ohio County. lustrated book about Mother's Friend. canplan.no boro. matron and ture Miss Carrie E Cosby. reed ol Kentucky chivalry and politi- lace of tbe 40 year-ol- d Office North sido oi public square. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney vass, no catchy conditions, but offer cal honesty in high places that hope the pinched countenance of the overRecitation Miss Virglllne Hccker. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. u raro opportunity for somo man in Owensboro. " ?aV.C' ATLANTA, OA. X2.' boistered up faith. There was a re worked shop girl and tbe 8:00; Dr. O. W. Cardwell, State R. JR. WEDDING emT. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. rouuefu(wrtMTiwuoneorm. vicinity to secure high grade luctance to believe that an visage of tbe school teacher and a Normal, III. Personality as a teacher Hartford. Auderson, Clerk 8 A. ployment at big wages. Rowan Holbrook, Master Comruis-sionJustice of the Kentucky bench' and an whole lot of others. in Educaticj. We are the largest tailors in AmerHartford, Kt. FIGHTS WITH A BURGLAR. ex Congressman, distinguished for Hartford. Of course if a thing be tbe fashion a 8:40; Presentation oi district ban300,-0- 00 Will practice his profession in the ica. Wo make to moasuro over G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund his manliness no less than his ability woman must wear it whether it makes ner Spt. Ashlock. suits annually. We occupy enthe courts oi Ohio and adjoinlnr Hartfoid. Up a Truce After Bat- in the past, would lend themselves her look a guy or not, While not a SATURrAY MORNING. tire one of the largest business blocks counties. Alto Notary Public. Sheriff Hartford. Patch "8. T. tling Until Thoroughly subserviently to the aid ot a notor- rake at heart, perhaps she likes to in Chicago. We refer to the Corn Deputies Stevens Hocker, T. H. Ben8:00; Devotional Exercises Rev. J. D. M. Exhausted Kxchango National LUnk in Chicago, ton, R. B, Martin and W. H. Tinsley. iously corrupt and conscienceless pol look delvish, approaching the forbid- S Coleman. any express or railroad company in MUSIC. itician's carefully planned schemes of den by thatclrcnitous route. Chicago Court convenes tirst Monday in Chicago or any resident of this city. March and Augustand continues three If you'll quit I'll let you go," said a suffrage suppression. It is a shock Chronicle. 8:30; Critical Language, need of the weeks, and third Monday in May and burglar yesterday morning to R. D to sensibility that men whom the peoWo buy our cloth direct from HARTFORD, KY. pure English in College and High Spain's Greatest Nood. Will practice his profession in all largest European and American mills Npvember two weeks. Peck of 320 Jackson boulevaid. The ple have delighted to honor, men Schools T. J. Morton. tbo Courts oi Kentucky. Special at- wo operato tho most extensive and burglar's breath was coming in short who, in the private and professional COURT. COUNTY 8:40; On time G. K. Holbcrt. tention given lo collections, eettle-me- economic custom tailoring plant in R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Mr. gasps, but he was on top and bad a walks' of life, regard integrity as Jas. P. Miller, Judge Harttord. 8:50; Education as a Moral vs. Indecedent's estates, road cases oxistenco, and wo reduce the prico of oi M. 8. Ragland.Clerk Hartford. revolver. Peck was almost exhausted above price, should in politics valne Spain, spends his winters at Aiken, tellectual force M. E. Wood, Supt. J. Office up overcoats criminal practice. suits and rud nerves had caused seM. L. Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. also and he assented to the proposU and equity, substitut S. C Weak Uirr next door to Griffin's drug storo. to from 5.00 to $18.00 mostly $5 Court convenes first Monday in tion, and both men rose slowly to all rule of right pains in the back of his bead. Davis. ' evrule of vere ing with cool efirontery the to $10 prices so low that nearly music each month. On using Electric Bitters, America's their feet in the yard in the rear cf might and the law of low trickery. erybody will bo glad to havo their 0:05: The Youne Citizen's Cate COURT. QUARTERLY greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all s the house. and will garments The Republicansof Kentucky In this chism D. H. Pile, Supt. A. Drlskill, Begins on the second Monday in AHORNEY and COUNSELLOR at IAW, "You're a peach," said the burglar contingency precipitated by the course pain soon left him. He says this G. P. Creel. givo our agent their orders. each month. (NOTARY PUBLIC) as he ruefully rubbed a lacerated shin of'tlie Goebel commissioners, actual grand medicine is what his country Wo will furnisli a good agent a COURT OF CLAIMS. g:2o; The Teach in his Workshop HARTFORD.- - - KliNTUCKY. America knows that It largo and handsomely boun'l book Monday ju January, with one hand while he kept his other-han- aridtoritemplated, are confronted by a needs. All Convenes first C. W. Barnes, H. J. Graham. Will practice his profession in all large cloth samples on the butt of a half drawn re- crisis. That tbe Goebelized Democ- cures liver and kidney trouble, purithecourtsol Ohio and adjolningconn-cic- s containing of suits, pantaloons, over-coa-ls, and Tuesday after tho seoDtul Monday 9:35; Prof. J. M N Downes Pracfies tbe blood, tones up tbe stomach, volver. in October. and the Court of Appeals. Prompt entire lino racy of the State has determined upon Tofeacca users M7. Ah! MrM jw say Nature Study. otc.,a book which costs us sevnerves, puts vim, tical "Well, you're no pudding," re- an audacious attempt to seize the polls strengthens the attention given to all business entrust-tOTHEU COUNTY OFFICERS. tojourwH. There sre pMlofis Has Essentials in the coarse ot also fine colored fashion eral dollars; vigor and new Hie into every muscle, his care. you, with what pbjrlcUns call a turned Peck as he nursed a finger and vitiate the ballot is made so N. Moxley, Surveyor. study Supts. Asbcraft, Rogers, Prof plates, tape measure, business cards, HwJ It, your Mrv-eOffice in Republican building. NERVE" and organ of tbe body. If weak, G. D. Royal, Assessor. which the burglar's teeth had man manifest ns to leave no longer nerve Cardwell. lystim Is completely under tessc-castationery, nuveriuwig manor &iiu " Fon Rogers, School Supt. gled. "I used to play lootball, but room for question. It Is a desperate tired or ailing you need it Every narcotic stimulant, and whet you 10:10; What shall be our Criterion rubber stamp with name and address V L FELIX L. V. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur you're the toughest preposition I've bottle guaranteed, only 50 cents. J KDWIN ROWR. Sy,"l CAN'T QUIT," YOBlalllhsirul. game, conceived in the crafty brain ol of Success? Miss Dora B. Gibson. and pau complolo,alMO an instruction Springs. H. Williams. Druggist. Sold by J. Tfct natural way Is lo tf el ite ilmtti book,which makes it easy for anyone PoorhouBe ever tackled." conscienceless and deperate a political 0, R. Campbell, 10:20; What to do in tbe School MrvousiYStua by tiling The burglar backed a way. "Don't buccaneer as ever disgraced a party to take orders and conduct a profitKeeper, Hartford. room, and how to do it? Prof. N. T, Doa't Tbto Salt t4 golt Toar LU Awij. make any holler now," be said as he by bis forced leadership or shamed a able business. Wo will also furnish JUSTICES.' COURTS. To quit tobacco eaaily and lorovtr, b mg Groves. MAKES lull net confidential price list. Agent T. A. Evans Court will be held retreated, "or I'll have to plug you." State by his thievery of power. A Bttlo. the ol lt(, nerre and vliror, taka men , HARTFORD. KY. 10:35; The great neer1 ol Kentucky that makaa wnali can tako orders and send them to us at Fordaville on March 1st, June 1st, Peck made no reply and his antagonguaranirong. All druggists, SOc. or II. Cui 1 Will practice in the Courts of Ohio desperate game may be beaten alone School Supt. Ashcraft and J. F. Nail Address Booklet and sample free. EASY, county and Court of Appeals Prompt and wo will make tho garments with- September 1st and December 18th. ist leaped over the fence and disapresistance. It rests with teed 10:55; The Township School Sa-te- m Burling Kerned? Co., Chicago or New York; en in fivo days ami Bond direct to agent's will be held peared up the alley. Peck rt turned by desperate B. F. Graves Court attention given (b all business R II Spurrier, C- II. VUrees the Republicans of Kentucky to deter Office In Herald customer by express (J. O. D., subject at Butord on March 30, June 29,Sep trusted to our care. acts directly on lbs On the 10th of December, 1897, to the house and proceeded to take an mine whether they will assert their 11:15. General Business of the Asbuilding. to examination and approval, collect tember 28 aud December 21, nerve centres, destroying the nerve inventory oi his loss. It was found manhood and save an Independent Rev. S. A. Donahoe, pastor M. E. sociation; Music; Adjournment Ihe agent's full selling price and o,v-cmlng effects, builds up and Improves 8. J. Waller Court will be held to consist of a diamond ring valued t sudrage or will snpinely submit to Church, South. Pt- Pleasant, W. Va., week we will send the agent our at Sulphur Springs on March 28,June tbeentlro nervous system. MakesWEAK S C. Stevens, Pres. JOHN T RONE, chain and a the. bullying of blusterers and the contracted a severe cold which was at a gold watch and MEN STRONG. Many report a gala of 23. for Edoar Crawford, Sec'y. LAW chock collectallnohis profit. The agent 27,IISeptember 20 and December held $50, ten pounds la ten days. Yeu run tended from the beginning by violent li. Taylor Court will be diamond stud. The diamond btud trickery of thieves money and deliver no need pjiyslcaj or financial risk CITt.llTIHN,KY. conchlntr. He says: "After resort. goods, simply go on taking orders at at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, was afterward fonnd on the steps ol Red Hot From tho Gun The manhood of Kentucky Is sjtMusdsrywrowa Will trnrlcrhi irMit.l" in nil 'specifics,' of Wo deliver the goods September 2 and December 9. the house," where the burglar bad cnurlantohlo hikI iMiJolHliiSTCimnllea u a liberal profit. Surely the.Republican parly ing toa number at V. A Rone Court Was the ball that hit G, B, S'eid-maevery usually kept in the house, to no pur- ftUmMTEE. nacnrl ol rollrrlloii..Hiicelal Mln-llo- and collect all the money and round Ceptertnwn ou Februarywill be held29, dropped it in the struggle. has its proportion of the courage that nose. 1 nurcnased a Dottle 01 mam UOIrvIn W. week promptly send him in one 13, May of Newark, Mich , in tbe Civil Klrvn la D. Pick is the manager ol the K Erery drugxlst Is authorised to sell Furis a Kentucky characteristic. 28 and November 1. A. Iluue llullulvic. Couch Remedy, which acted War. It caused horrible Ulcers that uhockJiis full piotlt for the wook,snd August under absolute guarantee jewelry department of The l'alr. He thermore, the real courage of the Ken- berlain's to ears ersry form oi tooacco u.iua like a charm. I most cheerfully recCITY DIRECTORY. imarlv all our snouts iot a check Our written guarantee, freo sample ol xas awakened yesterday morning tucky Democracy is not Goebelized. ommend itto the public." For sale no treatment helped for 20 jears. and booklet called, "Don t A. e- from us cf at least $l0.00uvory week. W. II. Barnes, Judge. Then ' Bucklen'a Arnica Salve cured m Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life about 430 o'clock by a bright light in It yet stands for honesty of purpose by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. Away," mallod forlheuklni Addiess ol the year. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. Cures, Cuts, Bruises, Burrs, him Tllli BTLULINO HEMEDX CO., 85 and adjoining room. He arose nnd and Independence ot suffrage. TOWN TRUSTEES. Wo will make no charge for tho cairo. Montreal, Can.. New Boils, Felons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. cuhkacoluin one BAT cautiously investigated. A man stood Ky. IlAim-oito- . by this, it is the fault ol the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Best pile cure on earth. 25 cts a book kiid complete outfit, but, as tho S. K Cox, Ch'm'n. CAS CARETS oonsapauoaoolr Ma, in the center of the room with Peck's Republican party in Kentucky if it Uts. All druggists refund money if I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. Special attention given to all business outfit costs us several dollars, it is Sold by J II. jno. E Beau, Sec'y. apparel in front of him. The burglar permits itself to be held upandro'jbed it falls to cure 25c. The genuine has box. Cure guaranteed. entrusted to his care. Office in Court necessary to protect ourselves against talaK A. D. White. tf Williams, Druggist. cf son.9 slmpl House. was unscrewing a diamond stud from by Goebel and bis fit following ot L B. Q on each tablet. Wanted-- An Idea Wao etanataatt anyono who would impose upon us thlna to Preston Morton Post No. 4. O. A. the bosom of a shirt when Peck threw inarlna too IiImii th.y by sending for the outfit with no Couflied 23 Yrara. i, political freebooters. Weekly GaDm Dr. Mllea' Nektb rusTtna tor SPINAL JoWwuDliUiBDRN Vs OO.. rtual meeting AUdrngglatasell'emforSSc WEAKNKaa. tention of working,but merely out of R hold their regular Sunday inSatnr. open the door and bounding in dealt WuHliston. . a, tor IL.lr waaUd. OS I suffered for 25 years with accugh, aall hit ol two tmaJri tmautloas I.U R. E. IiEE SIMMERM AN , each zette. day before the first and spent hundreds ol dollars with idlo curiosity, therefore, we will ask (or Fltty Cents. month in Court Hall at I o'clock p. the housebreaker a blow in the neck. CUKXDwKh rtt'laliU doctors and for medicine to no avail as a giiurauteo of good faith on the m. Guaranteed tobacco bablt cure, makes west W. A. Caiison, Com. The man staggered, but recovering Uttinrdlo. liar, enrva A Narrow Escapo. until I used Dr. Bell's men strong, blood pure. Mo, II. All druggists many thoosand cams part of the reader who decides to take Hartford, Ky. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. himself, turned and clinched with callnd hODOltia. In tea This remedy makes weak lungs he cut this artiolo Will practice his profession in all the up this work, that NO t'UlltV-N- O J, B. wl T.itlmonlals and TZS DATS treatintnt IrM. Mrs. strong. It has saved my life. Peck. Thankful words written by Courts of Ohio nod adjololug counties out and mail to us, with tho underThat is the way all druggists sell Roswell, Grantsburg, III. For sale by DR. a. B. CSISI'S SOSS, Hox K, AtlanU.Ua, The men fought furiously, and dur- Ada E. Hart, ol Groton, S. D. "Was GROVB'S TASTBLBS3 ClIIU, TONIC lor Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf Collections carelully and promptly a; standing that tho big book and coming their struggle worked their way taken with a bad cold which settled Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simpaapn J. Bmltb plete outfit will bo sent to him by tended to. Office with I I out into the hallway. Here the bur- on my lungs; cough set in and finally ly Iron and quinine in n tasteless Good News for Our Roadors express, he to pay the express agent &C., Market Street, 11,00 and express charges for the glar managed to extricate himself terminated in Consumption. Four loim. Children love it. Adults prefer out(it,witb the distincLunderstanding from his antagonist's grasp and jump Doctors gave me np, saying I could it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, Who have scrofula taints fu their E. DAVIDSON, tf Dnl and Most l'opulnr Itoute to that wo will refund thetl.00 as soon blood, and who has not? Sorofuls in Ing back drew a revolver and fired. live but a short time. I gave myself 50c. bCWill. It-., Catarrk til Memphis, New Orlean3 as his orders have amounted to $25, The bullet whistled within an inch of up to my Savior, determined if I could tauti it it mat twain! i Ynu assume no risk when you buy all its forms Is cured by Hood's m AND A 1.1. POINTS IS whioh amount of orders ho can take tit lummtr moiAt, it taUtJ Peck's ear and burled itself In the not stay with my friends on earth, I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DU Hartford, Ky., which thoroughly purifies 1IIUANNAH, TKXAN. MEXICO AND tummtr taltrr. UAI.IFOH.NIA. Remedy. Z Wayne Grlffiq& the blood. This disease, which freprofession In Ohio the very first day. Will nraotico his ItsurprUesmanyttjat door at the eud ol the hall. The bur would meet my absent ones above. arrhoea refund your money if you are Bro, will Gas Lighted Vcstibuied Trains with Don't compare this with any catchy nd adiolniue counties. Special at trouble Is catarquently appears in children, is great bis revolver fa bis pocket My husband was advised Jo get Dr. bowel glar shoved Bleeporaand not satisfied after using it. It is ev tention given to all business entrusted offers made to got your $1.00. Tho rhal. Dir. Uartman's and dashed for the rear of the bouse, King's New Discovery for Consump- ery wheie admitted to be tbe most sue ly to be dreaded. It is most likely to Cafe Cars, Pullman to Memphis Free and Reclining Chair Cars genuineness of our offer and our relito his care. books make this plain. closely pursued by Peck, tion, Coughs nnd Coir's. I gave it a cestful remedy in use lor bowel com- affect the glands of neck, which be- Now Orleans. Write to tho ability are proven by the bank referPeck succeeded In ' grasplug tbe trial, took in all eight bottles. It ba's plaints and the ouly one that never come enlarged, eruptions appear on Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis-vill- o ence referred to above, or you can Medicine Co., Columbus, O., for them. tails. It is pleasant, sale and reli- tbe head and face, and tbe eyes are every Thursday night, and runs easily find out by writing to anyone They tell oil about catorrh and Uow coattalls of the burglar just as be cured me, and thank God, I am saved able, sep oct cures It whereer located. frequently affected. Upon its first ap- through to California via New Orleans threw open the kitchen door and both and now a well and healthy woman." ill Chicago to call on us. "Ihadchronlcdlarrhoca HARTFORD, KY, pearance, perhaps in slight eruptions and tbe South Pacific tiuuset Route. men fell down the steps leading out Trial bottles free at J. II. Williams' tUaatr la Blood Deep. This is a rare chance for same man , Double berth rate from Louisville to Cicun blood means a clean skin. No Will practice-- his prolesslon in all the in Hartford or vicinity, to take up a tor flttccn years," writes into the yard, Tbe fight was then Drug Store, Regular size 50c. and beauty without It. fascarcts, Candy Catbar-ti- e or pimples, scrofula should be entire-B. Miller, Grand Mr. T. Ban Francisco only 60.50; proiior-tiouatcourts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties work at mice that with reasonable Prairie, Tex. "Itrloa blood and keep ft clean, by ly eradicated from tbe system by a fortune; first $1.00. Guaranteed or price relunded, resumed with varying elesn your low rates to intermediate Careful attention will bo given to a effort on liis part is sure to net him many medicines and M stirring un the lary liver and driving all thorough course of Hood's Sarsapa-rlll- a points, Peck would be on top and then the Colfrom the body. Begin, today to doctors In vain. At last W&y SMM business entrusted to his euro. Vr. Mllaa Palo 11111 atop Headaclia. from $5.00 to 810.0O-- day from tho banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads to prevent all the palnlut and Tho Truo Wlntor Houto to was recomburglar. Finally the burglar suglections a special ty. Office over Ohio sickly bilious complexion by taking start, and we trust that from among mended, and It relieved sickening consequences of tunning During tbe winter oi 1891 Mr. James and that iy gested the truce. Lascsretv-oeaumi County Bank. Also NotaryPublic. lor ten renin, 23c, 60c. California, No Blizzards, your many readers wa will be nblo to and cured me at once." satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, scrofula sores which drain the system, William J. Merrick, who also lives Reed, one ol the leading citizens and , Cold Woathor Bnow Mr. John Ilartlwr, 63J get a few good representatives in V. Vu., sap tbe strength and .make existence UUK A t'OLII IN ONK DAY Main St,, Cincinnati, 0.. in the boute, lost jewelry and trinkets merchants of Clay. Clay Co., 3P- - mo-toyDlookados. Hartford and adjoining towns. and valued at fioo. Peck reported the struck his leg against a cake ot ice in Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab utterly wretched. writes! "My wife LA W, ATTORNEY-ATFor particulars write lo J. R. Hoi-li- s, mvself took vour Pe Cut this notice out and mail to the burglary to the Desplalnes street po such a planner as to bruise it severeFOHIItVII.LC, HVNTOVUY. All druggists refund money ii lets. ru-nTraveling Passenger Agent lor for chrania diarWorking Night and Day. AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS ly. It became very much swollen and it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine Will practice his prolessiun in all the CO.. West Side Enterprise Uuilding, rhoea and It cured us. lice. 0. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also sk or medicine adjoining counties be could not bos L. B, Q. ou each tablet. No doctor pained him so badly that tf courts of Ohio and The busiest and mightiest little him to send you a copy of tbe South, Cliicago,II.,nd the book nnd agont's we tried before helped Why experiment ou yourself with He .il.-- trtttintit the aid of crotches. and Court oi Appeals. Special at ever was made Is Dr. King's era Home Seekers' Gutde.whicb. is reus," Office complete outfit will be sent to you at my thanks to thing that . ... ... remedies ol doubtful utility when you teutlon given to collections. - wish to express -- -d plete with interesting Information New Life Pills. Every pill is a once, you to pay $1.00 and express H HWIIU "J i, i.n. .len and the"Imanufacturers- of Chamberlain Mr. Edward Worrnack, next door to Post Office, can get Chamberlain's Cough Reme .. ii,i.,,i.iiiM..ni nnrltwn globule ol health, that changes concerning the Southern territory, It charges when reneivod, the $l.l0to LedbatUr, Tex., writes: tor bowel dy, which ha stood the test of time? a half gallons of whisky in bathing it, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, weakness Into strength, listlessness will be- mailed to you free. be returned to you when your orders " IT.WtVB IIS 0 troubles Is unequalled On tbe first and third Tuesdays ot II Twenty-fivft years' sale aud use have but nothing give any relief nntil he for having put on the market sucha Into energy, brain fag Into mental JO 25 00. by anything In my ex- each month Home Seekers' tickets sro llr (r tokMo, I a. 1. rWrM amount to proven that remedy to be a prompt began using Chamberlain's ruT wonderful medicine," says W. W. my Psin ItarTtxICHUirvM.aiMia iiwsm I owe wonderful in building sold to Southern am Southwestern, nd certain cure for colds. It will iu. PtrtlM U Texas, power- - They're not "woronieniled Krienee. and Masslnglll, ol Beaumont, SWA AM PtM ..... a tamMM I up the health. Only 25c per box. points si Special Low Rates, good to LIA icuroJ. Uter cure a cold In a day if taken as soon Balm. This brought almost a com. tor everything; but, shall always recom... U.4M.M0 sva..: H. r. are many thousands of mothers rorvrkT . i(y0ll haVe blilney. mend it to those auffer-in-tr KUU I return within twentyvoue days irom Sold by J, II. Williams. is the cold has been contracted and plete cure in a week's time and bo be There UHll ' . a ilaUl.S. araa I was." before it has settled in the system. lieves tint had be not used this reme. whose children have been saved from ru.T.k.11 date of sale. Liberal slop-ovliver or bladder trouble it will he alll,aUtallrlMnUuatl SOf. Loiia; Irrllallau & Bro. ui dy his leg would have had to b am- - attacks ol dysentery and cholera in- U, Mr. John Edgarton, 10SO Third Ave., Sold by Z, Wsyne Griffin II, (I, 1U..II7 iuui boiu. found just the remedy you need At consumption, Dr rangements. ssV 1"" iMd..ra,rwrf..al. Va,, sayst 'I suffered Irpm Altoona, pulated, Pain Balm is uocqualed for antum WUo must also feel thankful, Is the forerunnerof mU) U, , UkM. ' druiiefts In fifty cent and dollar sizes. dysentery tor three years I took A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., The Ileal i'roerlllou far CUIIU Pine Tar Honey will cure it, . sprains, bruises and rheumatism You may have a a.mple bottle oi this Cuioaqo, Illinois. ,or Mle b " Wayne Griffin & Bell's and am now welL" and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Taat- - For sale by 7. Wayn Gilffin & Bro. m . and give such strength to the lungs by 'kliktr fitlti wonderful new discovery all mail free m Vf. A. Kelloud. A O. P, A., . less Chill Tonic. Never lans 10 curei that a coueh or a cold will not settle sji bom. wllb about it also pamphlet telling I Louisville, Ky, U. Boot ol ui tf ICJacaUYonr llowtU Vf IIU then why experiment with rotthleM there, 25c at all good druggists, ant l?autSvfV&fl5Klta5a,l7l,',th J AUdruUU.dlDr.mWPalPUU. Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co,, Ding CibJt cnrtle, urt MMUpMiM loiwsr. imitations? Price, 50c. WO0LUYZ6. Wctto. iiac.O.IIl.arttlurru!iJnn7. kaniton, N. Y. tk rror t Attorney at Law Perry Westerfiold, For a Bright Mnn to Socu.ro a Stoady Position tho Yoar Around In Hartford And Vicinity. a Word d n. to Doctors JOHN P. MORTON kt. prob-'nbl- mado-to-nicas- W. J. attorney at Law 1 Acts gently on Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System Cleanses the Mothers Friend watch-assaultin- the rotoSSHE55 "wv - love-loc- Attorney at Law se tts. ,tsb.aV6CTS' '"" corn-missi- on good-nature- houo-to-hou- se QUfSRNIApGYRVFCS Attorney at Law, ei . the next Governor of Kentucky, will be in Hartford, Saturday, November 4. Every man favoring honest elections should hear the boy from Butler. Come and bring your neighbors and your neighbor neighbors. Gen. W. S. Taylor, Attorney at Law, 33. IP. PJBAL, at inado-to-moas- J. S.R. Wedding, re, of-o- -- ".CANTQUIT," 's o ey Rowe & Felix, wonder-worker- tobacco-Irritate- d A h IT vry - ATTORNEY AT Alnl. "" n n. MMQISrS Attorney at Law, SAYOfb. . Allyi-u"- Attorney at i&w DROPSY UMMER awaa. Attorney at Law, J CATARRH li tl a llla Ej Attorney at Law, a a ely srjjy , IS. - isi JS"5fl 1 a ru I. w .! vtyntum kaASStSI m iHMH wtBHU" .L.';. -- n -' mm Pe-ru-- hak imjo,.., .!-- H sugar-coate- - er fri n.. OPIUM a? "" -- tSII Cr ' rtiim'amn)m Hartford Republican. until Prltlnydby Ihf Incorporated. PON ROOItKS, LON RoGKRS, :l nntrcns. In Offlco on FoxStroot. Subscription, Entered at the $1 per year ce advance post-offi- as second class mall matter. at Hartford 13. FRIDAY, OCTOBER rslL zssz than the paper it cost (0 print it, Mr, Tarviu artigns tbe following icasi ns for Gocbel's justification: "But to come down to the net al cause ol tbe kllllne. The daily Commonwealth hnd tor several months been publishing articles 'toasting' Goebel at every opportunity, and Goebel was in! irmi d that John Sandlotd wan the Author of thote articles. In fact, if I rightly Goebel was shown the original copies, and they were in Sandford's handwriting. At last, probably exasperated beyond endnrancc, Goebel wrote and caused to be published, in a little weekly fheet issued every Satur clay, nn article in which he relerred to Sandford In severe terms, and that was the immediate cause of 11 "ffiTfy party as set forth in the Louisville convention. It can truly be said that Bronston is a man of convictions, that he posses more real nervo than forty Biackbiimr of tho Jo. 0. S. type. This is tho response given Mr. Blackburn's request to enter the campaign for Goebel: "J. C.S. Blackburn.Chnirman: Dear Sir I take the libeity of addressing you as the Chairman of the Demo cratic Campaign Committee and the recognized leader ol Kentucky Democracy. Upon my return from Eu rope I received a letter from your committee asking me to speak on behatl of the Democratic ticket headed by the Hon. William Goebel. To that letter I made prompt response, avowing my intentions of voting for Mr. Goebel and the entire ticket and expressing my willingness to speak nt any time or place your committee might con sider on advantage to the cause ol Democtacy, granting, however, the right to speak frankly and consl-ten- t ly; upon certain measures incorporated in the party p!atfo:m,and especially assutlng the committee of my readiness at all times to do anything to aid the success ot the candidates selected by the Democratic party, not violative of nor inconslst ent with personal honor. 'Your committee has made no reply to that letter, and I must, therefore, assume that it is still reserving the right to accept or reject my offer at its pleasure. "I have just read the letter of Mr. Goebel to Mr. Carlisle of date May 23 1S96, and knowing me as you do, it is scarcely necessary for me to say that I cannot now speak for Mr. Goebel on any conditions. To doso would be a gross violation ot all self respect and a sacrifice of all personal honor, and in my humble judgment, disloyal to tbe best interests of tbe Democratic party. Recalling, as I do, the memorable contest in the General Assembly of Kentucky in the spring ol 1896, and especially the treachery to you and through you, the party which had chosen you as its candidate, of Mr. Carlisle and his followers, I am simply horrified at being forced to know that Mr. Goebel, with whom I was so intimately and constantly associated, was then harboring the In tent, immediately upon the adjourn menl of the Legislature, and while your race was still pending and tbe cause for which we were so desperately fighting, was still held in the balance, to at once rush into the arms of his bitterest foe and unite with him in making your success and the principles embodied in your race impossible. "I will not indulge the presumption of even suggesting to you and your associates that all self respect, party pride and personal honor demand that Mr, Goebel's name should by the par ty organization be stricken from the ticket, and a loyal, upright, honest Democrat and true man be put In his place. Upon your conscience and judgment that responsibility mnst rest. Yet if you as the recognized leader ot Democracy in tbe State, and the Hon. W. J. Bryan as tbe leader thereof in the nation.to both ol whom, and especially to you, my loyalty is attested by devotion and self sacrifice without limit, still insist the Demon cratic party shall become partlceps criminis to Mich perfidy, I, as a hums ble member thereof, cannot consent ly indorsing suc'a indisputable treach ery and dishonesty, although still in tending to maintain loyally and faithfully the best interests of that party, and strive to insure its future succesB Very truly yours, "C. J Bronston." the meeting." Goebel was informed that John Sandford was the author of those article, rays tho gentleman in his justi ficatinn of tho killing. Grant this to be true, WAS GOEBEL JUSTI- REPUBLICAN TICKET. ' I- - ol llutlrr FOB I.ir.HTEMAN'WJOTr.llJfon, w. a. tatxci:, Conmy. of I.onliTlllr. ron anvenxon, FIED IN WRITING THIS ARTICLE WHICH WAS THE IMMEDIATE CAUSE OP THE KILLING? This is tho command given Mr. Goebel: "THOU8HaLT 70zzsr xfA Ttasr-ajs.- . NOT KILL." Did he obey it? The man who seeks the opportunity to ron srx'ntTAnY or ntate, powrso, C.AJ.3Z3 ot Knox County. ATToitxr. T. ron CX.XCT ol llopkliiR Conuty. PEATT, eiEM:itAi , xiarv. crosxar o. cwxeitbt, at ltunrbon County. ron iHKAsunrn, ol Ilrenlhllt Coituly. FOIISCIT. PDI1I.IU INSTHUITION, TCSXXT 32TrXlI33. ol Campbell t'onnty. FOR COJI'll OF A(IIIL'Cl.TIinK, ron AiiniTon, violate this command is a foreigner to the Kingdom of God, and is thor oughly prepared to entertain the Ball and Chain. Of all the flimsy and un polished reasons given for the vindica tion of this crime, Mr. Tarvio's caps the climax. UNPRECEDENTED CAREEB. For the first time in the history of ul Fiytle t'onnty. cat's, ar. t. sowsa. ol Ilnller County. sroxr. is. c. FOR UEl'HESEXTATIVE, r.AJsar'.A.Qrxr. ol Renter lnin. FOR HACUNTRATE, of Danilee. FOR STATU MM ATOIt, o. a. rHmran. rxr.cr aixeit. ol Jingo. there is any tbiag certain this side of November, it is that Gen. Taylor will soon be Governor Taylor. for coxntam.k, Ir We should be greatly accommodated if any of Ohio county's teachers have been purchased according to Mr. Wheeler,if thoy would be kind enough to notify us. The Goebelitesat Winchester, Ky., introduced a new feature into the campaign. It was a cofliu draped in black, a Bimilar specimen that y gives rest to Sandford's bones. No man can gaze upon a coffin in a politi cal parade without seeing poor bands ford's ghost appear and like Banquo's will not down. Ouk questions are still unanswered. Honest Democrat, will you please explain how tho Republicans stole the Eleventh district in 180G, wbtn the Democratic gain was 11 per cent, greater than the Republican gain? When this is made clear to us and our readers, we may nil turn Goebelites. We are unablo to explain this and our readers are very anxious to know the seciet. If any man is able to detect the handwriting of Senator Goebel, Senator Bronston is certainly the man. He Bays the letter as published in tbe Pal and DUpatcli is the handwriting of none other than William Goebel. Democratic friend, what have you to say about it? It was this letter that caused Charlie ISronston to write that scorching letter to Jo. Blackburn, which is found in another column of TueKewhlican. Hon. Wood G. Du.ni.ai', of Lexington, spoko to a good crowd of Ohio county's best citizens Tuesday. He faid as the two Judges Pratt and Holt had already spoken to tho cjti. zens of Ohio county and as General Taylor would follow, he would not consumo very much time, bo he only spoke thirty minutes, but he consumed this time in a tpleudid manner, such that everyone present, except some Gocbelites,wcre anxious for him to continue his discourse, when he closed. He disposed of the Goebel election commission and all the other commissions of his, which ho concocted in '1)8, wholly satisfactory to all supporters of honest elections. His conclusion was most beautiful, comparing the voter, fur honest elections, to a young man who offered his services to his general in the memorable battle of Missionary Ridge, to carry Old Glory and place it on the ramparts of the enemy. This comparison was worthy any Statesman and the audience approved and appreciated it fully. All he asked was a fair count and that is all auy honest man wants, that is all the Republican party wants and it will have it or a freo fight. Wednesday's Issue of the Hartford IltralJ, on first page, Is an article "Sandford-Gocbcheaded, l Duel," which purported to give a true ac count of the killing, It appears over the signature of W. W. Tarvln, the Constable at tho time of the tragedy aud also at present. After a general discussion which amounted (0 leu Ik Kentucky Democracy, its candidate for Governor is forced to prove his fealty to his party so frequently. From the day of his nomination to this good hour he has failed to prove himself a loyal supporter to the cause of true Democracy as taught in this remarkable age of progress. In campaigns previous to this, no question as to the candidate's consisteucy has ever been raised, but from Borne cause unknown to the wise, the present can didate has enough queries as to his faithfulness, to answer to keep him busy until the close of tho election day. According to proof, no man of integrity can deny that Mr. Goebel was an avowed "gold-bug- " in 1896, and went to the State convention at Lexington at tbe bead of a sound money delegation. No man can honestly deny this when a facsimile of tbe letter, to John O. Carlisle, asking his influence in promoting his plans, has been produced, but when asked, "Didst thou not write this letter?' Like tho apostle Feter, when be thought himself in dangerof being condemned with his Savior, denied tbe charge. But again the queiy came, and again he denied the charge, and when the third lime came be charged in language unbecoming any gentlemen in the absence of his accuser, that the Hon. John G. Carlisle bad lied. Yet he bos the face to stand before bis constituency, after tbe letter has been produced verbatim and so published, and swear to the God of men, that he Huis not the author of that letter. manity is indeed in a critical stage if a man can stay before tbe public and follow the course of this gentleman. He is the most notorious outlaw that has yet made his debut. Tho laws of Kentucky have no more jurisdiction over him than if thero was no such thing as a Kentucky statute. Like the Roman Nero ho makes and unmakes laws at pleasure and is account-abl- e He is to no creature of earth. He master of the Court of Appeals. is tho General Assembly within him Livself. He is a convention in himself, deacknowledging allegiance to no man not even his Creator, for ho provoked a man without cause and then delivered him from life's toils, and as yet, he goes without trial. Such a thing is wholly foreign to American principles. This career is unnatural. It is unprecedented in American history. It can't withstand. It will never survive the bleak November winds. Minutes of Teachers' Association Held at Cromwell. When the sun of November 7th, choll have closed tho day's struggle, let's Second Meeting of Ohio County hope to see written in tho firmament Teachers' Association held October 7, tho doom of Goebel and Goebeliera. 1899 at Cromwell, Ky. House called to order by Supt. C. J. Bronston Heard From. Rogers. Opening exercises consisted Many politicians have been at a loss of song, led by Prof. McKenney. to know what position Mr. Bronston Scripture reading and prayer by Rev would assume, conjecture after con- Maddox. The stcretary being absent II, C. jecture have gono forth in vain, but I'ields was elected assistant secretary. finally tbe wise aro mado wiser and Roll call showed an attendance of only the foolish moro foolish, Goebelism, seventeen members, tbe new ones be he declares, is too strong tor hu system ing as follows: Birch Shields, W. A to retain. He declares that the Dem- - Miller, W. B. White, S. P. Taylor, C ociatio party should remove the T, Likens and R. II Miller. usurper and defamer of Democracy At the rqoest of Supt. Rogers, Mr. from the ticket, and place an honor McKenney placed the program on the able man at Its masthead of the ship board for the accommodation of those of State, Alas, how vain it is to waru not supplied with programs, Motion to adjourn till I o'clock p. the Jloet. Mr. Bronston's experience with Mr. Goebel is extensive and of a m., carried. AJTRBNOON, BVRNIKO SESSION. peculiar character. Tliey have been House called to order by Supt. associated in the Senate, as brothers, for a number of years, and it appears Rogers. Preliminary business having that if Goebel was half way a man, been completed before noon, the pro ho would have tho hearty support of gram was at once taken up, Prof Shields led the discussion by his fellow Democrat and associate. In a brief, yet interesting and Instructive spito of the friendship and fraternal talk on oral and written lessons in ties made sacred by long associations Following closely along Grammar. in politics with Mr, Goebel, and in the line of argument presented by spite of the pressure of party leaders, Prof Shields came Prol, W. A. Miller Charlio Bronttou stands like a wall of with a few pointed remarks which fulgranite against treachery and fraud, ly emphasized the importance of the In language characteristic of himself, "Study of Grammar," and the Injurho explains to ex8enator Blackburn ious effect of "Going Through the bit attitude toward the Democratic Book." No quebtlon being asked, j nMtmiswwii' the subject Technical Grammar was taken up by Prof. II. E. Brown Among the many good things said by Prof, Brown may be noticed, the lorce with which he argued that "Gram mar Is n Science" and not tbe dull dead and dry memory drill as it seems to be regarded by some The work of Prof. Brown was supplemented and concluded by shoit and impressive talks by Prof. J. B. Miller and J. B Taylor. Next Prof. J. B. Taylor asked some question on the first sutjett dls cussed, which again opened the sub ject with perhaps more vigor and in terest than at first In response to a cill from Supt Rogers, Prof. S. C. Stevens gave the body quite a delightful talk dwelling upon tbe importance of written work Mr. Wilson wants to know how to interest "That Dull Boy" in the study ol Grammar. In response to call, Miss Davidson gave a few words of Inatruc tlon upon tbe subject, followed by Prof. Rhoads with an explanation ol methods and emphasizing tbe importance of "Keeping free from the Text Book." Prof. London says: "Study the child and adopt your methods to his nature and don't stait him in Grammar too soon." In order to promote the discussion Prof. J. B Taylor asked "Why should the teacher be any more anxious to teach the child to like Grammar than the parent is to teach him to eat some food not entirely suited to his taste?" Profs Sanderfur and London responded to Prof. Taylor's question followed by Prof. Morton with a general review of all questions asked, from which the attentive were able to glean many valuable thoughts. Prof. Stevens says: "Season the dish to suit the taste of the pupil." Tbe discussion was concluded by a few touching remarks by Supt Rogers.- Mr. Wilson then opened the dis cussion of Supplementary Arithmetic giving special emphasis to his order of teaching; first the "What?" next the "Why?" and then the "How?" and nicely Illustrated the importance of teaching "Principle rather than the working of problems." Prof. Shultz says that the object is to "leach tbe pupil to apply what he learns" and enumerates the will of working for the "Answer," and the advantages ot a practical application of principles in that same impressive, pleasing and forcible manner so characteristic ol the worthy professor. Next came the introduction of the subject "Signs in Arithmetic" by a by brief and Mr. Llkins, alter which Profs. Taylor and Shultz were called. Prof. Taylor led with a blackboard illustration ol tbe signs and their application. A division of tbe house showed a vote of eleven to seven in favor of answers being discarded from school Arithrae tics. After some questions a recess was given. Recess. The Educational Value of History was beautifully portrayed by a short, but eloquent and impressive add rest by Prof. T. J. Morton In which he said "Begin at the beginning" and many other things well worth being remembered. Mr. McKenney being absent a gen eral discussion was proposed, but no one responded. Mr. McKenney returns and is given the floor for a few minutes. Motion to bold the next meeting in the Buford Maglsterlan District, carried. Motion to artjour carried, thus ending the second and we dare say one of the most profitable and interesting meetings ever held by the Teachers' of Ohio county, Ky. d IEBCES FAVORITE &$?M?M MAKES MOTHER AND BABY STRONG AND 1 "" HAPPY F "Sk"7La5 fealf IP I ?ll Overcoats We have got them ! R. T. COLLINS We are still addiiigjto our largo and well selected stock of Dress Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, &c. Something NEW received every day. Read carefully our PKICES: p Percals. We have them In nit the new and latest styles. Prices from 7Jc to la Jfc per yatd. IT DOES NOT CONTAIN Flanncletts. Beauttlut patterns. Both for Wrappers, Dresses and Children's Wraps. House ALCOHOL, Flannels. red twill Flannel, 15c Our price on heavy hi per yard. Fetter, grades at same low price. Ask to see our line Canton Flannels when you are In the store, as we have some special values in this line. Cloaks, Capes and Jackets.. We are receiving new ones every lew dnys, ranging in prices from 85c to $10.00. Call and examine quality and get prices. WHISKY, OPIUM, COCAINE or other Intoxicant or Narcotic. A TRUE TEMPERANCE IBS MEDICINE Overcoats ! Our Millinery Stock is fcll la and in full blast. same for yonrsell. Call and sec all styles aud prices. ROCKPORT, KY. Oct 8 School has opened up hete, after much delay, with the fairest prospects. Prof. R. T. Wedding, of Hartford, is principal and MissFuqua, of Indiana, is very ably assisting him. Mr. Jim Snedden,an employe of the I. C. railroad, was seriously hurt last week by falling 01T a hand car and being run over. We seem to have citugbt the house- burning epidemic from Centertown.as there have been several fires in town recently, tbe latest being the house ol Mr. Thatcher, which was burnt to the ground last week. A great many people are having Gentlemen's Underwear. We start you with a good heavy Jersey ribbed Shirt and Drawers at 25c. Men's extra heavy flannel lined Shirts and Drawers, would be cheap nt 69?, our price 49c. Regular 75c qnality, our ptice Joe. Handsome line Underwear, our price It. 25 Men's heavy work Shirts, Ruckskin by name, and will Men's extra wear like buckskin, for only 25c. heavy corduty collars and fronts our price only 50c Heavy wool over-shltfancy lronts, price 50c Better grades ft 00 and $1 25 s, Clothing. We are still in the lead in all grades of Clothing. Let us show you our line of $5.00 and $6,00 Suits. A handsome line $7 50, fS.uo, $9 00 and $ to 00 goods. These goods In any city tvould cost you twenty-liv- e percent more money. Ladies' Underwear. Long sleeve, heavy ribbed Jersey Vest, 15c. Reg ular 35c grade for 25c. Ladles' Union Suits 35c snlt. Extra heavy quality, worth 75c, our price 50c. Misses' Union Suits 25c. Children's Merino Vests and Pants from roc each up. Dress Goods. We have a handsome line Crepons ranging In price from 50c per yard up to $2 00. A beautiful line new novelties in Plaids for Skirts. In fact anything in Dress Goods from toe yard up. Boots and Shoes. In this line we are headquarters and carry the largest and best line ever opened np in Ohio county. We lead off with a regular saddle seam $2.00 Boot, oar ptice $1 50. Start boys Boots extra heavy.lull stock regular $t 50 and $1,75 Boot, our price ft. 25 and $1 35. Little boys, ask your mamma to get you a pair ot our red top Boots. We sell you a heavy Brogan Shoe for $i.oo, $1 to, $1 25 and on up to $3 00 per pair. Men's hall fine Shoe at $1.00, $1.25, 1.39 and $1 50. Would be cheap nt twenty cents more on each pair. When it comes to fine Shoes, we handle the Brown Shoe Co's Shoe, of St. Louis. Every paid guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money refunded. The best line of ladles' heavy Shoes on earth, at all prices. Ask to see our You Can't-RI'Em Shoe. chills. ; The Scioto comes no more to our town. We suppose that It disdains to run in so small a stream as ours, and Intends in the future to confine Itself to the broad and placid waters ol Rough River. Luck to the Scioto and its genial owners. The many colored forest leaves an nounce that the farmer's work is near ly done and that he now has time to attend the speakings. The Goebel meeting, held under the euspiceo of the famous warriors, "Big Gun"Taylorand"HcapTalk" Glenn, did not come at the right time for their followers, ns their audience consisted of four men three Brown men and n free silver Popnlist at least so we are informed. Those mighty chiefs looked disgusted at the thlckskulled-nes- s of ourpeople.refused to speechlf) and went home with both pockets full of Goebel buttons, except a few tbe) gave to some Republicans. Just before getting on the train, they were interviewed and they said that Goebel was booming at Rockport. Long may be boom.) A great many are intending to attend the speaking at Hartford this "ANTHRoros " week. Skirts is Our lice Brocade and Plaid ready-madlarge. Ladies, If you expect to buy anything In the Dress Goods line this season, give us a call and we will do the rest. e Bed Comforts and Blankets. Our sales in this line have been far beyond our ex pectations, as we hxve had to make the second large order. We have them in this line from sec a pair to $S 00. Good 10 4 Blanket 50c. Better grades 10 4, Blanket at 75c 60c and 65c. We start large size 1 per pair. Better grades $1.10, $1 25. $1.35, $1 50 and on up to $5 00. Good, heavy, large siz? Bed Comforts 90c. Better grade3at$!.lo, still, better Ji. 35, $1.50, up to $2 50 -4 Our Picture business has been a big success in the last ten days. We have sent out close on to 100 and still they go. Be sure you get one yourself, as we give away tho largest and handsomest picture ever given away as a present, H. C FIELD, Fon Rogers, Ch'm'n. Ass't. Sec'y. S ULPHUlVsPRINGS, KY. Oct 9 Here I am again, this time I have a sad accident to chronicle, one which has, or perhaps, cost a noble young man his life. On last Thursday while Mr Roy Lee and others were cutting timber on the lands of Mr. Win. F. Acton, a falling tree caught him (Roy Lee) breaking his right arm in two places mashing in his hip and crushing his knee and otherwise lacer ating and bruising him fearfully. At last accounts be was still alive, but little hope is entertained of his re covery. A dangerous business is this, cutting large timber. A week or so ago Mrs. "Sis" Acton after toiling for a long time and final ly succeeding In raking together $5 paid tbe same tor a nice joung milch cow, but lol within one week or per haps less, the cow was dead choked to death on an ear of cornleaving the poor widow and her three little children without the much needed milch cow. Eloped from Barrett's Ferry on the 3d Inst. Lonnle G. Allen and Mlfs Ella Foreman, eldest daughter of Rev. Wm. Foreman, to Rockport, Ind., and were quietly and lawfully returning on the 5th only to be forgiven by their fond and doting parmar-tied, "Is Life Worth ing?" Before you cide it is not, come out and hear Rev. Carter Helm Jones' Lecture on Thursday, October 19th. If it was necessary to change the Election Commissioners for this county three times in one week, more than one month before the election, when 'A HoartaaSturdyasanOak." the election gets a little warmer, they'll change 'em quicker than Joslah But what about the blood which tbe can skin a cat Paintsville Commer heart must pump at the rate of 70 clal. times a minute? It the heart is to be sturdy and the nerves strong this blood must be rich and pure. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes sturdy hearts-b-e cause it makes good blood. It gives to men and women strength, confidence, courage and endurance. R.T.O0LLBNS, HARTFORD Wmu T.yt Ar Hnde fllraua, dim vision made clear, styes removed and Capt. N. T. Howard, Republican any granulated lids or sore eyes ot kind speedily and effectually nominee for State Senator, and Hon. cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle R C. Jarnagln, Republican nominee Eye Salve It's put up in tubes, and for Representative, will address the sold on a guarantee bv all good druggists. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & citizens of Ohio county at the followBro. tf ing times and places: Friday, October 13th, Jitnavllle. Notlco. Saturday, October 14th, Fordsvllle. Lost on the Fair grounds, Saturday Monday, October 16th, Shreve afternoon, between four and five Trlsler at night. o'clock one pocket book containing Tuesday, October 17th, Narrows one fta and one f 5 .bills and some Hints' Mill at night. notes containing Sanfred Brown's Wednesday, October 18th, Shroader name, finder will please leave Bame at School House at night, this office and will be amply rewarded. Monday, October 23d, Centertown Public Speaking. 'mm HRk WUII I onsnmpfion? We are sure you do not. Nobody wants it. But it comes to many thousands every year. Itcomes to those who hare hid coughs and colds until the throat is raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs are Stop your cough inflamed. when it first appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. Sarsaparilla. Hood's Pills are non Irritating and the only cathartic to take with Hood's The Louisville Conference, which was held at Glasgow this week, made the following appointments for the Owensboro district: Presiding Elder Virgil Elgin. Owensboro Settle Chapel C. W. Bird, of Noith' Carolina Owensboro Main-streE.P.Crowe Owensboro Circuit J. P. Stubble- Geld. at night. Tuesday, October 24th, Point Pleas Sani'rhd Brown. ant Church at night. Wednesday, October 25th, Equality church at night. Thursday, October 26th, Ceralvo School House at night. Speaking begins at I and 7:30 p 111. C. P. KEOWN, Ch'm'n Campaign Committee, COMRADE M. H. DLong, IChciry I (pectoral j stops coughs of all kinds. It does so because It Is a soothing and heallngremedyof great power. This makes It the greatest preventive to consumption. ents. A protracted meeting was begun on Yelvlngton- -C F. Williams. Rome W. W. Kirer. Calhoun .W. F.Cashman. Beech Grove E M. Crowe. Hartlord J. C. Petrle. Hawesville Grant Reynolds, W. Marcura, Patesvllle Cloverpcrt T. V. Joiner. Ceralvo G, W. Shugart. Lewisport J. F. DeWitt. Fordsvllle S, J. Thomson. South Carrollton I C. Brandon, Llvermore Ellas Smith. Rosine Smith Gan Pleasant Ridge T, F Barber. Gross Williams wlirsell jou a good second hand sewing machine for $10. See faint at once the 8th at the Sulphur Springs by Revs. Brown andRomans to continue about leu days. The Rev Embry will arrive today to assist In the meeting. Revs. Brown and Embry closed a meeting at Spring Lick a few days pro in which much good was accomplished. 34 members were added during the series 01 meetings. Pro Bono Publico. Put one of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A Ubrcry Froc. Kt. what MtdloMi m ?9 'MSirMSMff Anti-Kink By special permission, wo can give our subscribers tho Homo and Farm with The Republican for only one dollar and twenty-lcon ts. Send us ive $1.25 and you will got $2.00 worth of good reading matter. FOR SALE One farm of 55 acres, lying one mile Convenient to school lious, church and railroad sta tion, Farm Is about half cleared, has some Improvement! and several springs ot ever flowlotr water. Call on or address me at Hartford, Ky, Mits J A Wkddino, or Bcnuyirrille, N. Y. wh tarred. In uompatijr K 6th Vermont Volunteer., had other fota to battle with after bla return from the lata war, HorecenUjr wrotei roil For tour c.hi. la tUmpt tft umiu4rfttalaMuiaUUl twuki. tj the forerunner to consumption, Honey will cute Dr. Bell's Fine-TaIt, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. Twenty five cents at all gooddrngglst. For sale by Z, Way ue Orlffln & Bro, tf Is r Lunr Irritation 0B4 lom lMlro ikom utullr atWrHn for twin ll joa maul Vj Iroolf Mill drui. HUitln Tourruo, Tou wtllroclTft iriuopi kIt. wllhuui oai. A oVteo tl icliuli imlni ol b mit of Ibo motl minim tibyilelAMl la ll Uait4 Suut. Pniuiuloii'or-luullU- ail- Mtdlomt ret, Will stralguteu Curly and Kinky heir without Injury to tne icaip or nrnr. Westol Hoiton, Ky. "I have used Dr. Mile? Perforative Nervine for ntrvotiuics brought on by the uw of tobicco"and too close application to fctolneo. It give tat prompt relief without leaving any unpkuant effects. The ruult was beneficial and Uiting. IhrtIlytnclorift., , DR. MILES' Price. 50c Per Box. Endorsed by the United States Health Uepatttuent. OARRAGH mmtmmmssm J' & RICH. HEW tw r(.- YORt ML Y. .- j till Jaaitlirrt, -.tnim - - Wflnl. w, - To Car It Norvino Rmmtormtivm Coii.tlpulloa 0, V, fall to cure, drujgUu Vur.r.r, ntoai bwuj. l sold by all druroltii on guarantee, tint bottle benefit! or money back. w. vu wet uu ucivci enc jree. Dr, Mils Madleal Company, Elkhart, Ind. 7 Every Department READY FOB FALL BUSINESS. Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, Capes. Complete lino of Infants' Cloaks, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, and Boys Clothing, Millinery, Boots, Shoes, Etc. Com-forts,Blankets,M- The Hartford tobacco factory Is uns Mr. D. L Baldwin, of Beaver Dam, is foreman of the carpenter's work. The foundation has been laid and the framing will soon be put up. Quite a number of workfiscal cuurt convened Tuetday with men are engaged, and Mr Shanks.the o( the members, con a lull attendance proprietor, thinks he will be ready to slating of Judge Jas. P. Miller, KqiB receive tobbacco in three weeks' time. II. B. Taylor, W. A. Rone. S. I. WelIt is safe to cay by November 15th, ter, U. F. Graves and T. A. Kvans. tobacco will again be on Hartford's The first Quarterly meeting for market for tbe first time in a number Hartford charge will be held at Lib- ol years. Fanners should carefully erty on the fourth Sunday in present cull their crops and they will find month and Saturday preceding. ready sale for them at our home marJ. C. PlsTRin, P C. kets. I'or Wagons, Buggies and general liorcesboeing, etc , Blacksmlthlug, call on Mcllenry Manufacturing and Machine Co. They will make you prices to suit the times. derconttructlon Enthusiasm Among tho Negroes The colored people, three hundred " It is an III Wind That Blows Nobody Good. " strong, met in the Court Unll Monday" night and enjoyed an old time Republican feast. The Hattlnrd colored baud rendered the occasion great assistance by their sweet strains ol encouraging music. The crowd was exceedingly large, considering the very short time of the call, and when It first convened there was plainly to be seen a languid expression an the faces of all the auditors, but this nil van (shed, as the speakers appeared upon the rostrum, like snow flakes beneath a summer's sun. The opposition, from start to present, have made desperate attempts to influence the colored voter.and If pos sihle to persuade him into tbe thresh old of bis enemy, but in this, their fondest hopes lie burled forever. Ne gro society has taken a step forward, Irom its dormant and latent stage, it has been aroused as a man from slum ber, and to morrow awaits and will greet his onward march. Thirty six years ago the negro was in slavery, uneducated, and in fact a foreigner to bis latent faculties, but thirty years ol freedom have made wonderfulchanges. Prpgress must, of necessity, come slow to any race of people, that has been In serfdom for so many generations, but as sure as time, it will come to the front. To be free is man's natural way of living. The speeches delivered Monday night were indicative ol progress. They were every one good and logical productions. Rev, Diane discussed the infamous Goebel election law in an intelligent manner, showing vividly that Its pur pose is to disfranchise the Republican voter, both white and black alike. He also explained the bill that originated in the Lower House of the General Assembly, that compelled every man to present his tax receipt, duly signed by the Sheriff, before he could vote,as a measure to disfranchise the colored voter, as he Is in many Southern States. Rev. P. S. Majors was called out, after the former speaker had conclud ed, and explained his position and mapped out a course for the colored He said that the man to pursue. committee appointed by the Genera1. Association of Colored Baptists had Investigated both State tickets and had concluded that Gen. Taylor and his associates to a man should be elected, to this end the committee had instructed the colored voter. Alter he had thus explained his f tand, he reviewed the achievements of the Re publican party In State and Nation nnd at times grew eloquent In his discourse. In language strikingly slml lar to Napoleon, when abont to engage In battle in Egypt near the Pyramids, when he exclaimed: "Soldiers, forty centuries look down upon you." Negro voter, proclaimed the speaker, thlrty-slyears 9f freedom have marked your existence as a free man and shown you your political friends, stand by the Republican party now and the purposes of an, ambitious youth to disfranchise us will have been thwarted. He concluded by stat Ing that a man who would sell his vote for $5.00 would burn a house lor 4 like sum and was loudly cheered. Rev. Green Phipps reviewed the achievements ot the Republican party in the last half century, dwelling at length upon Its struggle as a party, In the sixties, and what It had done for the negro when he was as helpless as a babe. In a manner,befittlng one who has felt the awful humiliation of slavery, be contrasted his condition in that dark age with his present environment. Quite a number of ladles cheered tbe speakers with their presence and were heartily thanked and solicited to return again by the speakers. It this meeting was Indicative of anything, It Is this: The negro, to a man, will support Gen. Taylor and Ohio county's majority In November will exceed 500 votes. x heavy, fleece lined Underwear, elegant quality, would be cheap at 40c, our price 25c Ladles fast hUclc cotton Hose, worth aoc, our price fltece-Ilned- Ii NOTE OUR PRIORS: 0 c , Remember the proceeds of the Jones lecture goes to the Baptist church Come, help a good cause and bring your family. Next Thursday Is the day, and 8 o'clock p. m. the hour. Now la the time to get a Rocking Chair free of charge. We are going to give you one with every f I5 cash purchase. Don't fail to get a ticket Carson & Co. 7Uc ev- - Men's heavy fleece Hoed Underwear, sold crywhere for $1 50 suit, our price 'f cfy '00 qo c O 0j-o- Misses Union Suit, jersey rlbhed.nicely trimmed would be a bargain at 50c, our price ladles' nil wool Hose, black, a bargain at price 35c, pc ur No person who has any literary taste can afford to miss the Jones lecture,Oct. 19. Gen. W. S. Taylor is coming to Hartford, Nov. 4. Every man favors ing honest elections and opposed to government by commissions should hear him. It will be a treat rarely enjoyed. Rev. Silas Newton will leave for Caseyvllle, Union county, next Wed nesday, where he will be engaged for the ensuing year. We hope Brother Newton a happy and a pleasant and a profitable year's work. Mr. T. II. Faugbt will take possess slon the Hartford House the i6tb. Mr. Boyce will vacate on that day. Mr. Fanght is an excellent gentleman and will doubtless command a large trade. Wo wish him success In his under Men's white Shirts, with fancy bosom, cheap enough at 75c, our price Men's good lined Jeans rants, worth .i.oo, sale price Vestee Suits for little fellows from 3 to 8 years, coat has large sailor collar, trimmed in braid, wotth fi 50, our price Ladies long, cheap at $1 n ptC rn oyc m Mr. Roy Lee, Sulphur Springs, was horribly crushed while falling a tree Inst Thursday afternoon. He, with some other parties went into a treelap to cut a tree, surrounded by danger on every hand. When the tree started to fall the workmen attempted to escape, but were unsuccessful. The falling tree caught Mr Lee breaking one arm in two places, badly crushing the elbow, his thigh was horribly mangled and his recovery Is somewhat uncer tain. After he had thus been crushed the doctor dressed his wounds, after which he was carried five miles on a bed by six men, his condition was so serious he could not be hauled in any way. We hope it may not prove so serious as reported and Mr. Lee will soon be out again. That small ache or pain or weakness is the "ill wind" that directs your attention to the necessity of purifying your blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. Then your whole body receives good, for the purified blood goes tingling to every organ. It is the great remedy for alt ages and both sexes. CompUaied ivtih Dyspepsia truer And kidney trouble, I suffered for years from dyspepsU, v&h severe pjdns. Hood's SirsapirilU nude me strong And heiHy." J. B. Emttton, Auburn, Me. A CARD ! Our Fall Stock of, GENERAL MERCHANDISE is now open and we take this method of giving a general notice and of extending a general invitation. As the years go by, and improvements come up,we endeavor to keep abreast, because people who buy and pay for PINE GOODS want NEW ones, not something back a year or two. Hence our unsparing efforts to keep up, and our watchfulness to keep before the people. As to cheap goods, even below cost goods, we are always in shape to furnish them out of back stock, but this is not our leading business. Our business is to furnisli NEW and FASHIONABLE outfits, and to these we call attention. Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is a specialty. Our dress lady studied the styles in the Fashion Emporium before buying, and bought ot the Fabrics and Styles now in vogue. So with our MILLI NERY DEPARTMENT. Tho Styles were thoroughly studied before purchases were made. Our STYLES are numerous and varied, from the dainty Sailor to the most Superb trimmed Hat, including the varieties of the Bough Riders, which are tho "agony now. In CLOAKS, JACKETS and CAPES, we are in immense shape. The very finest down to cheap and plain garments. In these three SPECIALTIES, we are Headquarters, and only ask for a visit. Come and investigate. Never fall on fine goods. Bring in your country produce. Best market prices paid. " T . m ywodS SaUahWiid Jlood't ritUcafUTwHUilht non trrltttlqn M only Mahtrtfa lo UStm with Hood'' BartpiTiUX TO THE PUBLIC. Manda, Ky., Oct. 10, 1899. Editors Republican: As I have a large acquaintance and many friends In Ohio, Butler and Muhlenberg counties, and as It seems natural with every man to Inquire Into a traveling man's politics and religious faith, I decided that I would Inform my friends where I stand. Well, after finding that I was a Populist and a Baptist, of which I am not ashamed, and as I buve expressed myself dlflerent times that I wonld support Bill Taylor for Governor and Capt. Howard for Sena tor, a great number have asked why I am for tbem. My answer Is this: I believe in an honest election and a fair count, then of course In order to have this, as I think, It stands every liberty loving citizen In hand to place his vote where it will do most good In defeating Goebel and Goebellsm. So far as brother Dick Jarnagin is con cerned, I cannot afford to slight hltn I know him, I have known blm from tbe cradle to the present time and I know he Is worthy of every man's support In the county, therefore I am for him. Now, my dear Populist friends, don't think this a fight for free trade, protection, free coinage or a gold standard, but a fight between freedom and slavery. So let us cast our votes that the people of tbe Grand Old State may go free. B. II. Stewart. Wh'Ji needing anything in the liv ery stable line, patronize Field & Sou m count given The RepubliBy actual if In a J- l jJ can by Chester A. I 4 double Capes, 50, our prices 6 inches P J .UU , Men's all wool black and brown Beaver Over coats, cheap at J8 00, our price fJJ.UU f .'too fa Men's black Mcintosh Coats, good value at 00, our price $1 50, Stevens, Lyman iams, James iler, J.T. Patton and Luther Hoagland 1,000 and Goe-be- l children heard Willen Large size Comforts, well made, worth our price S60 en. 48c JJ1 AC taking. Mr. Alvin Ross and Miss Ida Car ter, both of Centertown, will be mars ried Sunday afternoon at the home ot the bride. They are both popular 10 4 gray or white blankets, good quality. . . , young people, with a large circle oi The examining trial ot Will Wag friends, who wish them success in ner, Clarence Tipton and James Rob new vocation. erts, for stealing $59 from D. L. D. sea- their 5,000 people will hear Gen. Taylor Sanderfur during the Fair, came up cuson November 4. Ladles from every Tuesday before Judge Miller, on failtown and rural district in the county ing to produce any evidence in their will be here. Taylor clubs from all defense tbe three colored gentlemen the adjoining counties will come to were given to Mr. Black for safekeephear the boy Irom Butler. You can ing. They await the November term not afford to miss this rare treat. oi Circuit Court. The defendants are were Iniormed Tuesday by a re- represented by Messrs. H. P. Taylor, We : sponsible person that five or six new Barnes & Milter and J. B. Vlckers, ol cases of smallpox had broken out at Hartford, and A J. Speckart, ot LouisTaylor Mines. This is due to the ville, the Commonwealth was recomnegligence of some one, according to mended by County Attorney M. L. the reporter, who should be prosecut Heavrln and John B. Wilson. From ed for bis failure to perform his duty. the evidence given on the examining trial, we conclude that the parties In When you come to Hartford If you question are guilty. Messrs. D. W. Esq. II. B. Taylor made Tim have a watch, clock, a pair of spec Armstrong and Will G. Hardin, the a very pleasant call Wed. tacles or anything In the jewelery line detectives, who caught the negroes in nesday. FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 13. that needs repairing, don't forget to Louisville on Saturday evening of the Mrs. Lizzie Thomas' mother, Mrs. bring It to A. E Pate, Hartford's R. B. Iiitin. Fair, were present at the examining lebn 8. Una. Warrlner, of N. J., is visiting her this jeweler, and get It repaired. He trlaj. week. guarantees all work to give satisiac-tioThe second term of the Ohio Coun Prices reasonable. Good white Feathers are now worth ty Teachers' Association convened at 40c In trade. Bring them to Carson Full particulars of the Taylor speak Cromwell last Saturday with about it Co. Ing will be given next week. The forty teachers present. It is needless Proprlotoro of Mrs Pete Thomas and cousin, LIN committee will arrange for the largest to say that a teacher is not prepared He, returned home from. Owensboro .'crowd ever assembled In Hartford. for his work in the school room unless Tuesday, If you have never heard Kentucky's he Is continually preparing himselt November 4, for j Zj nl" " n the duties which dally come to Mrr, Moses Mattingly piesented next Governor, come out Is an ideal orator him. No teacher is so thoroughly Mr, Mattingly a fine Republican boy and hear htm. He of Kentucky's old Clay type. prepared that he needs no advice or the 7th Inst. Judge R. R. Wedding returned from suggestions from others ot the.same Born, to Rev. and Mrs. Jo. B RogThe best place In the Wednesday and reports his profession. ers, Moweaqua, Illinois, on October Louisville wife's health In a very bad condition. world for the teacher to advance him-se- ll 6th, a fine boy. and his cause is in company with He thinks she has a cancer growing Come to Carson & Co. lor Dry In her left eye. The many friends of a body oi Intelligent teachers. This Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Boots, No the family will be grieved to learn association is for each and every tions and Furniture, Livery this, for the history of cancer Is Heath teacher and for the promotion ot the Scbrreter'a Floating Studio is now to the unfortunate who has the suffer- interest of every district in the county, to this end the whole work Is diat Calhoun, and will return to Hartx ing to endure. rected. Teacher, do you do your duty taken charge ol ford, December the 1st We have recently tf We are very sorry to learn that Mr. In preparing to meet the emergencies the Likens & Ross stable and now Capt, A. B. Stanley and wife, ot L. L. Stewart, the Democratic nomls of your calling? The success of the have the best equipped, stable la the nee for Representative, has a very ses association depends upon tbe enerteams, near Rochester, made Tub Rnrunu Green River Country. Good vere attack of typhoid fever, It may getic teachers. The two sessions of CAN a pleasant call Taesday. good wagons and are prepared to fill prove not so serious as reported, we September and October have been drummers' orders on short notice. Misses Edna Grifflu and Mary Lou hope not. It Is very certain that It Wagons for sale at all times. Joplln were pleasant callers at The his race were prosecnted ever so vig splendid successes. It is hoped that all teachers will attend all of the re Buggies for sale at all times. REruutiCAN office Wednesday. orous, Jarnaglu will be the hero of inaintng eight sessions. Proprietors of Hartford and Beaver Z. Wayne Griffin and wife, November 7th. Mr. Dam Mall Line. Mrs. Jim Ford and Miss Jullett Thorn "What's in a name?" Everything, The general per capita for the school when you come to medicine. When Fare lor trip to Beaver Dam, 35c. as went to LouUvllIe yesterday. was fixed year ending June 30, 1900, Beat ol Feed, nest of Hay, and your you get Hood's Sarsaparllla you get Walton's Creek Baptist church will at $2 70, but when the small districts horse will receive best attention. best money can buy. be dedicated the filth Sunday In Octo renoitlntr less than 45 pupils were the Yours truly, " equal by Rev. W. P. Bennett, D. D. ber ., given a number to make them KEOWN & MARTIN, C per capita fell to $2 66. Hartford, Ky. We don't give Chairs with, the Fer- to 45. the Therefore teachers will draw $i 66 per Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Shultz and tilizer sales, but will on all other sales, capita for the current year and may daughter, Rebecca, Miss Addle Tbomp Carson & Co cts at J. II. McGufley's spellerajo calculate accordingly. son and Mr. Walla Wedding were call Williams. Mrs. M. L. Heavrln and little broth ers at Ex, Friday morning. Mr. George Leach's oldest son, Field's 'bus meets all trains at er, Roy, are attending the Carnival at Clyde.Prentls, died last Sunday night Messrs. W, C. Bell, S. M. Wilson, Louisville, which commenced Monday. Beaver Dam. brief ills W. Adcock and F. E. Johnson attendof typhoid fever after a very Mr. W. H. Maddoz, Rockport,made ness. His remains were interred in ed tbe Owensboro Fair Saturday. Mr. jo Roberta, Fordsvlllc, was In Prof SbulU's lecture Wednesday town Monday. his annual visit to tub KitruiiLiCAN the family graveyard, on bis father's Maddox Is always wel- farm the following day, It la acs morning was highly enjoyed by all, Esq. Graves made us a very agrees Tuesday. Mr. Messrs. W. C. Bell and J, D Stewcomed in our midst. knowledcred bv all. that he was a able call Tuesd Tug Rn- - art went to the country Tuesday after Messrs. John C Cbaraberlalu, Bedaj faithful and obedient boy. Born, to the wife ol Tim Taylor the to the noon on their wbeeis tn searcn 01 Assessor G Davis Royal, Fordsvllle, publican extends condolence Inst, a fine boy. call on them for tbe rest. 9th family in the hour oi their chestnuts and L Rogers, Bajzetown.were among bereaved Profs, Morton and Shultz attended greatest affliction. Remember, the Richmond Laundry our many callers Tuesday. the teachers' meeting at Cromwell, Is the very best. CLBVB It.HR, Agt. Miss Annie Fogle entertained a Saturday, Mr. T. L. Griffin returned from Monday evens C. L. Patton spent Saturday and If you need a nice Hat, see Miss Owensboro Mondayandhis wile, Wed crowd ot young people Ing. They report au excellent time Sunday with relatives at Pleasant Carson & Co. Alice Stafford. nesday accompanied by her sisters, and all enjoyed the evening as they Ridge. Misses Lizzie and Aunie Craljr. Bring your Chickens, Eirgs, Feath were handsomely treated, The folMr. J D. Stewart visited relatives Mrs. William Delsney, of near town lowing young people composed the near Beda Saturday. ers and Corn to Carson & Co, went tp Louisville yesterJay to be Miss Mayme Ross and Mr. All the "plugs" attended th GoeMiss Mary Lou Jopllu will return treated by Dr. Stone. She has been crowd: Jno. T, Moore, Miss Ida Lou Johnson bel Blackburn speaking Thursday afe to In Ellzabetbtown Sunday in poor health for quite a while. A STUDRNT, and Mr. Guy Williams, Miss Mabel ternoon, Hon. E.D. Guffy, of Louisville, was Mr. Jo. B. Rogers' little baby.Ruby, Hubbard and Mr E T. Miller. Tli i:Kle, Kins' ol All Mlr', t In town on legal business this week. ol Beaver Dam, Is .very sick and Is Is noted for Its keen sight, clear and Hotel. " Messrs. Jas, P. Sanderfur and Henry not expected to live but short time. distinct vision. So are those persons Farmers, business men and all vis- who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Nail were In Oweniboro first of this It was just alive on going to pressv the Commercial week, Mrs. Geo, Barnes and daughter, itors should stop atFair. Cool, tidy for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or auy Hotel during the granulated lids. Sold by all II you miss the Carter Helm Jones Miss Emms, Beaver Dam, and Mrs. rooms and an excellent table. Rates kind or dealers at S cents. For sale by Z. Shelby Taylor and tittle son, Hugh, fi.oo per day, lecture you will think life is not worth tf Wayne Griffin & Bro. W. D, DbHavkn, Prop'r. are visiting in Louisville this week. living. White Marseilles Quilts, good size, cheap nt 75c, UUU our price gate and 375 passed out nt front gate oi Fair grounds. Thursday. 625 passed out at the side We are Tiotter prepared than ever this son to meet the wants of our many tomers. Our Stock is the Best. Our Prices are the Lowest. ' Be wise and inspect our line before buying. The Place is HOCKER & CO. - WESTERFIELD, in KY. FAIR & CO., THE FAIR DEALERS. Hartford Republican. -- m , , JaLLLEOiM- MA Stalls. A Picnic Party. OLLEGENOTES. Quite a lively party composed ot the following young folks: Misses Edna Griffin, Lyda Morton, Mary Lou Jop- lin, Nola lie, Mabel Hubbard, Ida Lou Johnson, Belle Warner, Anna Belle Rowe, Sade Austin, Alyce Staf ford and Mrs. Z Wayne Griffin and Messrs. Jim Sanderfur, W. D. Moore, Guy Williams, W. W. Wedding, Chas. Griffin, Henry Nail, Ed Miller, A. D. Dusk ill and C. Fields left Hartford about 9:30 a. m, Sunday for Black Hocker Hill They arrived at the Hill about 11 o'clock and the girls began to prepare for dinner. Frying fresh oysters was the chjef amusement of the day. A certain Mr. Miller furnished fun for the crowd by singing his favorite by the sing "In the Light-House Chills and typhoid fever (Is raging this community. Mr. Estill Ward, who has had typhoid fever lor the past three weeks, Is no better. Mr, C. W. Mosely, who has had a Very long selge of typhoid lever, has recovered and Is now able to be out again. Mr. Amherst Massle, who was stricken to his bed with typhoid fever the nth of August, Is some better, although is unable to sit up. Etq. Ed Massle and Mr. J. T. Helm were among thse who went to hear Gen. W. S. Taylor speak at Owens boro last Saturday. MIssesJulla Massle and Laura Mosely are among the host who are be ing entertained by the unwelcome chills. The district school at the Mosely' school bouse Is getting along nicely. Miss Albetta Greer is tbe teacher. There is an unusually large attends ance, much Interest being manifested and good work being done. Rev. F. D. Baughn, the pastor of New Panther Creek church, began a series of meetings at that place last Saturday night. Bro. Banghn Is an able minister and fiom all indications much good will be accomplished. People In this neighborhood are very busy cutting corn and sowing wheat. The sympathy and expressions of the voters in favor of honest elections are growing dally in this community and we will be ready to answer to the roll call, on the 7th day of November, with the largest Republican majority ever given In Bnrtlett's precinct. Hurrah for Gen. W. S. Taylor nnd success to Tim Rkpuiiucan. P. S. Our HOUSEKEEPER'S Department is a specialty deserving mention. Pull outfit in one bill. H. & Co. -- EST -- r3 25- ilK F&r AN OPEN INVITATION. By comparison of price and quality, you are better enabled to make your fall purchases undorstandingly. It's a pleasure to show you through our autumn stock. Our invitation is a sweeping one our latch string is out. It's the open way to fall and winter goods that possess worth,and accompanied by reasonable prices. 1 AN HONEST PROPOSITION From now until January let, 1900, we proporo to glvo free with every $15 00 worth of cash business, one good oak, cane seated Rocking Chair. This Chair is well worth 81.50 in spot' cash aud something that every houeekeeper needs. Id doing this we do not intend to advance tho prices on goods, but cut them a shade lower. Below wo quote prices on a few articles: Good rrints Jo to 5o. Factory Cotton 4c to 6c. Unbleached Shirting 10-- 4 wide J fie. Shirting 5c to 10c Good Bleached Cotton, one yard wide 5c. A better grade one yard wide 7o, 80 and 10c. White carpet Wnrp 15o. Colored carpet Warp 16c. Canton.Flan-ne- l 5o to 10c. All wool red Flannel 13c. Blaukets 45a per pair. All wool Blankets 82.75 per pair. Jeans Pants 60o to 81.25. Boys suits C5o. Men's Huits 82.50. AU irool Suits 85 00. Children's grain Shoes 75c. Misses Shoes 85c. Ladies glove grain Shoes 81.00. Ladies oil grain Shoes 81.25. Men's heavy Shoes 81 to $1.50. We also keep a full line ladies and gents cottou and woolen Underwear, men's lists and Cipa, Shirts, a full line oi Furniture and lots of other things that we haven't sufficient room to mention. Don't fall to see us and examine our stock. We know that you will bo euro to buy. Remember, your ticket will not be puuehed uuless you put up the cash at the tlrua that you purchase (he goods. This offer includes everything that we sell except fertillter. & JV n n nl Mare Swann. B v a rI i tt Is I1 viUII!UIIIJiiUll robbed of Its terrors by the fact that the best medical authorities state that it is a curable disease t and one of the happy things about it is, that its victims rarely ever lose hope. You know there art all iotU of f H l Sea" her-hom- mm Commercial Mr. Busklll's kodak came In very good play, he made several pictures of some oi tbe fairest of the female sex Alter dinner was over they proceeded to visit the cave and other places Long In the latter part of Interest of the alternoon the crowd was joined by Mrs. S. A. Anderson and Mrs. J. G. Keown. Then they started on a hunt for chestnuts and wild grapes. They rpjuied In the woods until all were tired and worn out so they started for their homes thinking of the pleasant time which they bad had and hoped to have tbe pleasure of going again soon. m in secrtt noilromj advertised to cure Some nuke absurd consumption. claims. We only say Hut If taken in time and the laws of hetllh are properly observed, MODERN METHODS. Modern Ideas In tailoring modern methods make it possible for you to obtain the best results of expert workmen. For your selection a stock so varied that you get exactly the kind of suits that you deilro, and made up in the manner most becoming to you, with a fit and finish that is perfectly satisfactory. You get them at economical prices, too. T06 Edward Rose & Co., Chicago, make. EMULSION will heal the Inflammation of the throat and lungs and nourish and strtnjtlun the "body to ttut It cut throw off the disease. of testiWe have thousands monials where people culm they have been permanently cured of this malady. oe il It no, .ildniifutl, SCO ITT& BOWNE, Quialtu, N.w York. SCOTT'S Why will people buy 'CheapJohu" ewlug machines when they can get the Singer for 10 cents a day? Gross Wiluaiu, Agent. M CARSON & CO. -- 4 S3- .& Sb- 2- ftF) M ' - fJL- - . , n "Vi m wmrtmm HVMipnpV NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED Si Oi Si IS 3 Gr83l BlOSSinS Old Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 FIGURES DON'T LIE But the Kentucky Democratic Liars Will Figure. THAT SCHOOL FOND STEAL Some People. It Givos Them wholly unnecessary. Br keen- How Dlnnrl OBrl I Ifo log their blood pure thqr can fortify themselves nOW DIUUU dltU LIIDi so iu to escape three fourths of the ailments from which they suffer so generally. S S 8. is tho remedy which will keep their systems young, by purifying tho blood, thorougniy removing an wnsie accumulations, nnu imparling new strength and life to tho whole body It increases the appetite, builds up the energies, and sends new blood throughout the entire system Mrs. Barah Pike, 477 Broadway, South Boston, writes " I am seventy years old. and had not enjoyod good health for twenty years I was sick in different whvs, and in The addition, hrd Eczema terribly on ono of my legs. dm tor said that on account of my age, I would never be wcI1 again. I took a dozen bottles of s. b. a. and it cureu mo nnnmloinlv. nllrt I Hill ll.inilV to SaV that did in my life." Mr. J Y Loving, of Colquitt, Ga., says: "For eighteen years I suffered tortures from a fiery eruutlou on my skin. I tried almost every known remedy, but they failed one by one, and I was told that my age, which is sixty six. wa against me, and that I could never hope to be well agiin. I finally took S. S. 8.. and it cleansed my blood thoroughly; and now I am in perfect health." but 1 1 fi "nnd U m! uiu kivkiiv&h uuiuug older people can he avoided Most elderly people are very susceptible to Illness, tO neany an ui la fb?ennd ct it Interestine Facts Are Shown by the Official Records. life-givi- VITAL 0UE8TIONS A UNAN8WEBED WM. fe4 m Taffy L of D.mocratla IlookkfOplos tha Raealpta or tn Defeat tha School Eight Yrara Fund of It. Lfgltlroata Shara In tha a Sauie An Kdltorlal Ilallnc AoU llooraeranc 8jtl.ni That So Manipulated u Tte mixture ot slang and falsehood below Is from tho Livingston rtanner of Aug. 24, 1S99, a small sheet published at Smlthland, Ky., of which the Ooebel candidate for superintendent of public Instruction Is editor: quoted 1'er capita 1S93, last Tear of Demo1'er capita 1SB6, flnit jrear of ltepub- - the only remedy which can build old people, because it is the only one which is guaranteed minerals. It is made from roots and herbs, and has no chemicals whtevei in it. S 8 3 cures the worst cases of Scrofula, Cancer. Eciema Rheumatism, Tetter, Open Sores Chronic Ulcers, Bolls, or any other disease of tho blood. Books on these diseases will be sent freo by Swift Spocluo Co., Atlanta. Ga. Is S. S. 8. FOR THE upBLOD and strengthen cratic rule $2.80 SEND US QMS lamutrD Utlfcla The school fund per capita last year will $2.30; this year It la $2.70. We bare been nuked for an explanation of tbls. It la very simple and easily explained. Tbe state ?.V,E2:,"" auditor's report aa to tbe source from which this year's fund U derived, shows that $2C3,242 09 la balance from last year. There nere last year In round numbers 700,000 pupil children In tbe state. Dividlimine at om e. imin-- ih.lai. ing $283,242.00 by 700,000. we have a quoOUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED ayoa rawroM tient of about 37 cents. This 37 cents, due not dealt with us ask your neighbor about ns 7lte 3zS the t ublliher of this naoeror Metropolitan Katlonal every child In the state last year, should lank, or Lorn ExLhaJivre Nat. Bank Chicago) or Fxchantra Rank, ?ew Ynrki or any railroad or express upy rksln nnipanj In Chicago, ffa hST arapbal r efr lloo.tMKi.oo, orWa entire t ne ef the lar "et bolne bltllMH) bare been paid last year, and the per capChicago, and empl y nearly tooo jopie In our own balldmir. tttLL UKdiltfl it eSt.oo sa4 apt 1 liaOS, ita should been $2 07 Instead of $2 30. ta4 apt atno cTerythlnff In musical Instruments at lowett wboh sala pr es V rite i r 1 ee special organ, piano Wby was It held back? Simply to raise (Hears, Healiaci k Ce. are UerMcbly rallabU and mrjih al lnitniment ratalotrue Address, Kitar.) OEARS. ROEBUCK &. CO. (Inc.), Fulton, Deiplalnestnd WafmanSts., CHICAGO. ILL. the per capita this year because a campaign Is on. The Republican administration stole $285,242,00 from the teachers of last year and are paying It to tbe teacher of this year with the hope of gaining yotes. ir every teacner in the state were tn teach the same uchool thla rear he taught last. LOUISVILLE, IIENDEHSON & ST. LOUIS ItAILWAY COMPANY be nould get bis money a year after It waa uue him but they do not all aucceed Union Depot. Seventh and Biter. Ticket Office, 222 fourth Avenue. themselves, and about 15 per cent of those SSZ1S SXT rcAoscri lot, iOOO. who taught last year do not teach at all St. Louis to Louiswlle & East this year; thla class baa been robbed outLouisville to St. Louis & West. far IwttcrtbanontaniaUirHlmTd tijcaen at more tnciejrt vay tb freight am nt our apefWI IM dy offer price 3I7S the it 00, or flu. is, uui trtisbt frjrca. . S3I.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE - -j,rt(t ctirf ) bjtthm. mm kflnre. filth mm otTrr niu ( lMrUHLlAMrT LITEST HE ACME 7DlUUkirisMBf OUEENUoreof lhc. UlOJtratlon fbowo, whtclt rfrnal. trolls th li engrared d.rect from a rbotofrrmpk,? n ran f ornmonie Mr aoilLf ispaotuui appearance, jiaae irem ii qiinrrMwra al. antique llnUh,handditnclr (lectin IClIQrKKl l.8feet51ncbebi fa, !ntet lHtfVlle, THEwide 13 Inches lonar.U inches and web hi JW)poanda, Cjo-tainiiocTATre, 11 ttnpi, aiiouowit viapawu itwp' Dnlrlaea, fttlWU, CelMie, Oesa, Da a Caapttr, Trtble OoaJar Minimi larla Mln llasuaait Octave (eeaUrt, Tm1 ITbIHII, lUra4 0rrae Swtll, 4 feels OrffctilrtvlSoladla RaMwaUryl'Ipaqaalllllfa, 1 (W am R fds, 1 IkantlBtlrBrilllanltdniURwd, lIKctar 1 rUaalaf fl U.rt.NtllwBolLIUpttalt4f UK trill, ill PI M no anaitUurvtBvlB.lliMd. tlonronnlitt f thectlcLratctlllewrUliwrtwlU'.harefmlj irzjr r"k uietl in ins nigneft frraae lnsinimrnia riica wnn m d Caslraab lax Unsaaaa. elxo beat 1 Ipefelt leathers, etr bellow a of the heat rubber cloth, t !r bellowaatork and flneat leather In Tultes. 11IK la lumlfthed with alt ill LaTeled ACMP. Qtl Y t 1La lrsinch mirror, nickel vIaUhI nrdal fr&rnea. e andeiery modern I mprOTement. fT furaUhfrMa aleal aad Ike fctariaaUtrctIva bk pabllakatf erfaa GUARANTEED 25 YEARS. Issue a written bindln? tfrear truarajitrt, by the terms aad conditions of which If any part (tires out we repair It free efeharre. Try it one month and wa will refund your money If you are not perfectly tUlled. Ut of tbrae onrans will be sold at 111.1. t loss ttatllM. UU stilt, fl.lHJ, U sd mklvh or was, aaJ . b.,MUrrtt fcrriktc frelKi t drfoU urneara. You can tiKBlntiloii. JiKtn examine It at rcprrrcpteil, equal to orc&na that ami If yon find It eiattl j retail at tTft.00 to 100.00, the trreatfit Talua youerrr taw ao4 . Ml ) DOLLAR will jr t .... ?" StUI t "ira"! (teft .ii,, JX4OuMUaK ? yt 32sfl!lSJSalfretl H5f flU e Not satisfied with this display of pitiable Ignorance or vicious and demagoguery, The Banner, in a later "editorial," Indulges in tho silly cant and malicious misrepresentation that follows: 2.20 llcau rule Ter capita 1807. second year of lte- publlcan rale 2.20 1'er capita 1E1IS, third year of Repub2.30 lican rule l'cr capita lSW, last year of Republican rule 2. TO CO Prom '03 to '00, a .hortage ot 00 From VO to '7 a ihortoge ot 50 l'roiu '01 to 'OS, a shortage of 10 From 'PS to '00 n ahortnre ot Adding, ne bare a ahortaRe In tbe four ot $1 SO per pupil Uultlpljluc tbl. rears br T00.0TI0, tbe nnmlivr of schoolchildren tn the state, we have Jl,.'.Vi,ox sbortage while tbe DIM Taylor cane has bad charge of the state affairs. It la up to somebody to eiplaln. We want to know hat be came of the dough. A halt million Totera In Kentucky are waiting for the explanation fffirgS&Klffl m I riTECT, No. 4t. Leave Louisville 7:45a m " Owensboro 11:40a m " Henderson i2:45p m " Evansvllle 1:15am " Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:32? m Leave Louisville " Hawesville. . " Owensboro. . " Henderson. . Arrive Kvansvllle . No. 45. S:3Sp m Leave St Louis 11:58pm 12:55a m No 44 7:56a m 2.'2op m Mt.Vernon Bvansville " Henderson 1:25am " Owensboro 7:20a m Arrive Louisville No. 41 " " 2:46pm 3:44pm 7:45(1 m No. 46 We bad become so accustomed to repub8:55P m lican thefts that we thought nothing they might do could surprise us, but we must coureis that the audacity of thla steal 2:45a m takea our breath anay; It Is about the coolest piece of robbery ever perpetrated 3:10a m In the commonwealth. Another remarkable feature of the case tn 4:00a the 7:30a m Is that, after holding years fund back last year and for three previous and right ' j i 7.'45a.tn . . . , 10:43am 11:40am 12:45pm . 1:15pm . . . 8:04pm 0:05pm io:iup m 10:40pm No 43 4!5op m No 45 8:35p m ix:o8pm 12:58pm 12:55am 1:25am EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. No. 42 No. 44 No 46 Leave Evansvllle 6:50a m 2:2op ra 2:45a m " Henderson 2:4&p m 7:15a m 3:10a m " Owensboro 8:15a m 3M4P m 4:00a m " Hawesville m m 4:4 9:131 4:5a m Arrive Louisville 12 35P m 7 45P ra 7:30a ru In the face of the facts as shown by All trains run through solid to Evansvllle Throuiih Parlor Cars and Pull- tbe record, not only the audacity and man Sleepers on all trains to Evansvllle and St Louis. Numbers 41 und 42 baseness, but the absurdity and rashconnect at Irvington for Kordsville & Hardlnsburg daily. 36 ness of these Insults become apparent The annual school fund is derived principally from these sources, Its sbaro of taxes collected by sheriffs; taxes on distilled spirits, banks, railroads and other corporations; taxes on corporate franchises; licenses, 5. ...Islhe... fines and forfeitures; and Interest on bank and stock bond, the Interest item Economical Writing Machine. being tho only one that remains fixed from year to year, Aa everyone, exConstradcJ on sckntlflc principles anj of slmplt puis, it is Iht most darsttc cept tho editor of The Banner knows, mjchtrt nudt. Rtpjilrl41lsrtreJticdta tho fund available for that purpose the minimum. Ills the BcstVilvt Writer. and the number of children among Ask for Art dialogue. whom it Is to be distributed, determine the per capita; that is, the per capita H The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, from year to year bears the same re412 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky lation to these numbers as the quotient to the divisor and dividend In simple division. On Juno 30, 1892, soon after the last Democratic administration came Into power, the school fund had to Its cred. it the enormous surplus of 1357,353.24, C5 cents per capita. In payAfter I wns Imliiecd lo fry CASUA- - equal to 11 Ti I will never buualiuuttlioui In tho homo. ing $2.50 per capita for 1893 this surUy Urwr was ma very h d sbapo ainl my head plus was reduced to $314,777.42. In ow tlncetak ucbed and tl'imacU iroul lo lair tu sr leal It o Mi mfd liaaulao uivd meeting the per capita ot $2.85 In 1894, ii Octal it, ui ibeuiftiiU lur aotiraiotiiueli the one the last "editorial" selects for J(JH KlUUUNU, IJ2I LuiitffbW fet fat IX)Ult,M0. Its partisan rant, the enormous revenues of that year were exhausted and tbe aforesaid surplus was reduced to J& CATHARTIC $177,620.08. Revenues from almost every source reached the mark In 1894, The equalized taxable ymfa, tbaoimabu irTiia value of the state's real and personal property reached tho magnificent total of $596,799,076, which was reduced In fPAAtA 7ftu4 DUo.anl 184.108.40.206.1 .v un (mum, lino. uwai TA one year ot that period of Democratic icoaiiv aoul, Neforbkacn weaken or Gri,-- 10c. So,fiOo aptly termed tbe ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ' panic and disaster,American economic Friday" in ftltrllaf in.j laiPsyt IfcUif., Mlral, Ke tsrt, 111 "black history, to $571,220,342, a shrinkage of 8 Mnnlff' imiite'iMl by nil dm I costing the schools the $25,578,734, sl UJ t Vm. 'iiilhiccu Uahlt. ollowlug year over 150,000. This mag-- I SEND US ONE DOLUBK&VSttttaTHS : Iflcont assessment ot nearly $600,C00,-00- 0 bmw a.ra Baurai nwu srae. SMiaiuia ivaa the "Rebad dwindled In 1897-tuua aTuia, py tmigat xv v supjeci to siamiaauoa publican year," that forms a basis tor rMmututw freight Tho Banner's last assault, to $519,419,-3- 0 epol ajul if fetv. oiiaa perfect a depreciation ot $47,379,090. This 9 aallafacbtrr ! sa4 airealsal J&iBMWmm,m slulnkaca alono i educed the school I Mm iib .rifaTJ liTiJ.. 43 la?aba?JKi7 til jros fund ot 1683, as compared with 1891, saw ettrbeard ISJUSTASCOODFORADULTS. er $104,000. WARRANTED. PRICI60ots. CA1I3H OF BimiNKAQC m iirrej icme mnw - m9 OitATI. ILU.I Nor. 10, U93, WJ JHjTngl& rantk Moreover, tho school revenue ot (jeniUmen -- We tuM last year, 000 boUle Ol C1LOV1CH 1AHTKLKN1 1S9I, which was S1C6.715.91 In excess of CUlUt 1XJN10 anj baT bouarhl three vruaa already this year. In all uer es M WRITE FOR OTO BIO FR R laasthellXO t that for 1895, Justified a per capita ot perMDce o( II years. In the drur bualneaa. tiaf K"1 8T0VH CATAUJUUE. hater sold an article that ta?a such unlrvrsat stl only f2.CS. Thus It is seen that 20 ajulfrelifhk cbsnres This atova Is alt No. I. dveata Uclkta m uur'ltiUc iuurs truly, itHiMiii, topuiaui inaae f rota bast pig Iroa. eiir USKV.CAUR CO falsiarse fluoa. UMII W1II, UBJ IIIUUK) ant iraiu, cents of the per capita that this arua ovea half, heavy tuvllneU even duor, haaJsuwe For sale bv J H, Williams. IcsclplatM ornaraeiitalloos anj Uimmiag, aslre. fier uses In bis endeavor to show the deep, Kenuiae su4 swetla lieai rmwi. haad- 'Bill Taylor gang" an aggregation of 4aia. aotna larna f rnamenuJ baso UU i furulab I Ml an oilra waoti rrala. aitklna; II a Pr tblevos, came from a fund that befact e4 mrr. Ml laaLI A BliliJi.LaRtbT.I ulth avarr aiovs aJid sniarantee aafa deliver tavuarrall longed to former years. Furthermore, rMhlstailoo. Yuarlocalduurw4H.wlebArtfayouau.ue n stovr the frslgbi la oaly aiMtai liud for I tbe aggregate loss to the school fund . ft ra al bl 10,00. AdJrosa, I U.lUtl. pcrtub of in.cbptcl or lavcailr. ulad foraukoo ooliUolHplulh. fart. Kipufltluu.vUlKwj each mil, 8EAR8, ROEBUCK &CO.(l0ICXICiC0,iU. during tbe five years ending June 30, Tli I'AtKMT lltiCOjlli, ilaltlmort Mil, 0ww, wtMr. wtt7M,tiiriiiii.,. mm.) 1899, from tbls shrinkage In property .... .... .... .... .... dumping It all Into thla year's fund, they ' till fall short 13 centa of what tbe per I capita waa when they took charge tour years ago. It was tben fi.U. It only takes a little figuring Just here to show ' that with tbe per capita up to $2.70 tbls year there Is still the neat little sum of $1,400 unaccounted for In the four years on tbe basis of n per capita of $2 83, which the Democratic administration paid lta teachers last year. We are at a low to know bow a decent Republican can ote for tbe Dill Taylor gang agnln with facts like these staring blui In tbe face. SOURCES OP SCHOOL FUND. t: I The Smith Premier Typewriter l J II U w m hmn diiliaOli 1 11a I 1 M high-wat- 1 . CHILL TDNIC TASTELESS it a B i jjg ssyiiifsiw bs-- "".fakfl values, wholly chargeable to a Dem- ed up Irt tour years at least 120,000, at as a saving ot $300,000 thus far to the ocratic national administration, compared with the assessment from schools. But tho real situation does which the school fund ot 1894 was ob- not appear till the last two of the four tained, exceeded $350,000, an annual years, after both the law now governaverage of over $70,000. ing the census and the present regulaIn 1895 the per capita was fixed at tions adopted for taking the enumera$2.75, 19 cents In excess ot what the tion, became operative. The difference year's net school revenues Justified, for each of these years Is over 45,000 and the previous year's surplus of pupil children, a saving of $230,000 In was thus reduced to $177,620.03 1899 and 1900. The methods by which With revenues that produced these reforms were secured Is now a only $2.56 on tbe pupil child and a part ot the Judicial and political hisper capita surplus of only 6 cents, "it tory of tho state. is up to" The Banner to explain how In 1883 the per capita was fixed at the conclusion was reached that $2.80 $1 90, while the school revenues Juscould be paid the following year. tified $2.25. The teachers of the atnto The net school fund ot 1896, "tho contributed that year 35 cents on the last year under Democratic rule," pupil child to the Tate defalcation and available for per capita purposes, was tho "general expenditure fund" equal to $2.44 on the $115,677.17 to the one and $106,648.42 $1,782,203.64, year's enumeration ot 727,723 children. to tho other. Nearly half of tho defalIn addition. It got tbe benefit ot cation was afterward recovered. What in bank taxes that had been became of tte $63,000 belonging to the held back In former years pending the school fund thus returned? Why was "Pryor decision," and the aforesaid $106,618.42 taken from that year's 3. $44,060,76 In effect, a surplus of school fund and "dumped" Into the These items together approxi- "general expenditure fund?" per capita ot $2.63, leaving 17 mated a Not only the equalized value of taxcents on tho pupil child, or specifical- able property, but the amount ot taxes ly, $119,327.93, to be made good out collected from bonks, railroads and of tho revenues ot "the first year un- other corporations in 1890 was largely der Republican rule," a "shortage," In In excess ot those for 1889, but tha all, ot $257,988.46. schools got $164,201.26 less In 1890 The net school fund for 1897, "the than In 1889. Why this difference? year under Republican rule," waa first Why was $94,854.90 belonging to the $1,772,355.50, equal to a per capita of school fund of 1893 turned Into the $2.41. This amount was reduced by "general expenditure fund?" tho Democratic deficit, of 1896 to What about a system of Democratic Combined, the net reve- bookkeeping that so manipulated nues of 1896 and 1897 amounted to $285,412.47 in receipts from clerks bea sum $102,605.06 Bhort ot tween 1888 and 1896 as to defeat the a per capita cf $2.80 tho one and $2.20 school fund of Its legitimate share In the other year. the same? Many other points, explanations of THE MINIMUM SCHOOL FUNDS The net school fund of 1898, namely, which could but Interest teachers, In the Democratic $1,626,165.03, was tho smallest since show themselves 1891, Various causes contributed to record, but they await answers to tbls decrease. The assessment as of queotlons herein. Louisville CommerSept 15. 1896, was $48,000,000 under cial. that ot four years earlier and $14,000,-00- 0 under that of three years later. It OUTRAGE AT LEXINGTON received from banks only $51,915 27, as against $135,898.55 In 1897 and In 1896, a reduction in part due to Characteristic Goebel Method the fact that In 1898, under the "Payn-te- r of Deception. decision," the banks paid Into the school fund only 23 cents on each $100 In valuo of their property Instead ot BIS 0AN0 WILL DO THE 00UNTIHO 1 of 75 cents, or over 39 cents, under the "Pryor decision." This differComence of over 17 cents meant a loss of Action of Fayette County Etaetlon mission Strlklflttr Display Gabal"a about $75,000 to the school fund for Designing Hand Orgmnlsatlo of Hod-- t 1893 and an equal amount for each s Afa Necessary to Protect the ' subsequent year. ond s'oDlsb lta Dssoeratora. Another source of loes to the school The entire state should be aroused fund for this year, at. well as for 1899 and 1900, had Its origin in the debt by th attack ot the Goebel machine "Democratic rule" bequeathed to "Re- in Fayette county upon a free ballot publican rule." The school fund Is and a fair count entitled to such portion ot licenses, It Is a bold defiance of the people; Ones and forfeiture, realized by the state as the amount ot tax for com- It Is a declaration ot war on the ballot- mon school purposes bears to the box; it Is a determined preparation tor whole state tax. By the addition ot 10 a stupendous crime. cents to the tax rate to pay the old Tbls Is the flrit response to the acdebt tho school fund lost over 10 per cent tho difference between 1 and tion of Messrs. Pryor end Ellis In 6 ot all sums realized from these packing 119 county election boards sources. Thus the teachers of the with Ooebel men. We believe this state, by virtue ot a Democratic law, original error was due to partisan zeal, must contribute many thousands of and not to any desire to wrong any dollars each of the threo years the man, but we pointed out at tho time Increased rato is in force to the paythat the course ot Messrs. Pryor and ment ot the old Democratic debt Ellis in giving to one faction of one The net fund of 1899 was party a majority of every county board $2.57 on 710,325 children. Neither this increase of $198,470.75 over In the state would be taken by the the fund of 1898 nor the large decrease county politicians as their Instructions in the number ot schoolchildren as to "do all for Goebel." compared with the census "the last In Lexington the Fayette county year of Democratic rule," is credited commissioners have acted promptly to that party. This Increase, which and audaciously, and If the people ot was included In the "robber balance Fayette Intend to have a fair election of $265,242.09," was made up largely they must meet the crisis courageously from collections from a class of cor- and at once. Believing that Messrs. Pryor and Elporations that Tbe "Banner's gang" had for years generously excused from lis desire to secure a fair expression taxation. One single Item from rail- wo urge on them tbe removal ot tbe road franchises alone swelled this bal- commissioners appointed last week In ance by $91,976.02. Banks turned in a Fayette county. They have the power to do this. It large sum that bad been withheld on on account of litigation and that did Is an extraordinary power, and In not figure lit the estimate on which It was put In the law for no such purposes as that for 'which we the apportionment was made. The auditor's estimate of receipts, urgo tbe commissioners to use it But including the balance from last year, It can neve- - be used again so efflcr upon which the apportionment of 1900 clously, so beneficently. Remove the commissioners of Faywas made, shows a gross total ot a sum sufficient to pay ette county and put men in their place $2.70 on 718,359 children and to meet whose vcry( names will command pubother charges against It. Had tbe lic confidence. So doing, gentlemen of the commis"Bill Taylor gang" seen fit to saddle such a deficit on the next administra- sion, you can reassure a disturbed peotion as It was forced to meet, on tak- ple. So doing you can go far to couning "charge of tbe state affairs," It teract tho evil consequences that must could have fixed the per capita at $2.90 otherwise follow tbe appointment of two or thrw Ooebel men on everyone tor the current year. of the 119 county election boards. UTTERLY OROUNDLES3. Not only must the people ot KenHow utterly groundless are this cantucky have a fair election this year; didate's Infamous charges is empha- tbey must, In advance, have an assursized by tbe fact that the averake per ance ot a perfectly fair election. The raplta Justified by the net revenues Issues Involved are too serious to be In under the present administration, on doubt for a moment a much larger average census, equals acThe consequences of the average for the last eight years tions may prove most momentous. "under Democratic rule," More than Tha action ot tbe Fayette commis,bat, the average peY capita furnished sion Is at once a threat and a menace. by tbe revenues ot this period equals Thoy threaten the people with disfranthe average for the last 12 years. chisement and they constitute a menBut will this "slangwhanger" him- ace to order in this commonwealth. self turn explainer long enough to tell When Mr. Ooebel prepared to seize tbo teachers of the 119 counties In from an unwilling convention a nomiKentucky, and especially those ot the nation tor governor, he emptied 32 little county of Livingston, of what seats by a minority vote, and then they were robbed outright by a Dem- seated enough ot bis hirelings to give in carrying them control, ocratic administration over a balance ot $357,353.24 in 1892T Tbe nomination following that act What ot the last Democratic admin- has produced a revolt within the party dealt in balances to which our recent history gives no istration that amounting to $665,786,197 What ot parallel. Democratic negligence or indifference It has been a peaceful revolt, bethat bad permitted certain favored cause the people have believed that cities of the state, (or at least 15 years there was yet one more appeal for prior to 1897, annually to draw large Justice. They have made that appeal sums, tho aggregate reaching Into the to the ballot box. millions, from the-- school fund, by Now that count In Fayette county Is means of padded census returns, and to be tampered with. Is It possible, thus to rob other less favored sections gentlemen, that you believe the people to this eitentT of Kentucky will quietly accept tbe deThat this was done "Is very simple cision from a debauched ballot box? and easily explained." That these We do not. Because we do not bepractices, made possible by Demo- lieve tbey either will accept or ought cratic legislation and winked at ty to accept such a decision. Wo make Democratic officers, cost tbe people of this personal appeal to you, Judge other cities and tbe teachers ot tbe Pryor, to you, Captain Ellis, to Interomaller towns aud rural sections of vene and stop the proceedings already tho 8lat,e an enormous amount, Is Inaugurated In Fayette county. Loualso "very simple and eailly ex- isville Post plained." The state cuperlntendent's A mtn. reports show thnt the annual Increase During a recent political speaking al In tbe school census, under the methMt. Sterling Judge Redwlne, who sa ods of enumeration then In vogue, had, ably did Mr. Goebel's bidding at the for years prior to 1897, exceeded 1.3 per Louisville convention, was one of the cent. But putting tbe rate at only 1 25 auditors. He waltzed Into tbe hall and per cent for each of the four years ot squatted beside an honest old hayseed. "Republican rulo," beginning with The latter was all attention; but as thi 727,723 In 1896, the census for 1897. speaker progressed be began to mani1898, 1899 and 1900 would have stood fest considerable uneasiness. Finally 736,819, 746.029, 765,354 and 764,795 rebe tarncd to bis neighbor and iu an spectively. Instead ot 736,109, 718.624, Irish whisper saldt 710,325 and 718,359 respectively, tbe "Wby don't be say something about actual census under methods InaugRedwlne? He's the damned rascal w urated by tbe present administration, farmers are alter."' Aud the Judge was so silent that you NOTABLE REFORMS INSTITUTED, baye aer4 an eye wlok, Mays These corrections In the census foot wu'd Ledger. illlf 6. $138,-660.5$236,-767.tlal-lo11-2$1,824,-636.03, tllln-Vs- GOEBEL'S ONLY HOPE HENRY FIELD & SON ARK RUNNING A Depends Upon His Infamous Bill For Success. Hia ANXIETY FOB "Q00D" MEN Appoint-polnms- TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice Now OMNIBUS will meet all pas- Why the Number llnoril Delayed tt Count Citmmlstlnncrs of nt Jnttlfy th Hypocritical. In it Attempts tu Counties Law Doth Dishonest ntiit One of the Goebel organs has pub- lished a dispatch from Frankfort in which It was stated that the state board of Goebel commissioners had delayed appointing county commissioners In a number of counties In the Eleventh district because they wero very anxious to get good men. Good men for whatT The Inference to be drawn from the dispatch Is that the commissioners are etlll working on the hypocritical and false pretense by which Mr, Goebel seeks to defend his bill that Kentucky was carried by McKinley by frauds In the Eleventh district The Commercial has heretofore- published the figures that exposed the lying nature ol that pretense, but they can not be published too often. In tho whole state ot Kentucky the Republican gain In the vote ot 1890 over that ot 1895 was 26 per cent., while tbo Democratic gain was 32 pet In the Eleventh district the Democratic gain In 1896 over 1895 was 33 per cent, while the Republican gain was only 27 per cent In the Third district the Democratic gain was 31 per cent, while tbe Republican gain was only 11 per cent In the county of Christian, wblcb Mr. Goebel cites as one of tbe counties In which there were frauds In favor ot the Republicans, th Republicans gained 24 per cent in 1893 over 1895, while the Democrats gained 30 per cent The charge that frsud was perpetrated In these places Is an offense equally against public decenc) and common sense. As for Ioulsvllle, Mr. Goebel charged that in the election of 1896, the election officers were so appointed that at over 40 precincts thero was not a single election officer for Bryan, and this statement Mr. Goebel said, "has never been questioned by any one." This Is another ot the many Inaccuracies of which Mr. Goebel has been convicted In this canvass. Out of tbe mouth ot Mr. Goebel's own advocate, the Louisville Times, we will show that his charge Is utterly unfounded. In tbe Issue of August II, 1896, In speaking of the appointment of election officers, that paper says: "The Democrats have been given two officers In each precinct, and the Republicans two. "D" signifies Democrat, "II" Republican, "C" clerk, "J" Judge and "S" sheriff. The politics and the position are coupled in tbe appended list. In the political division Judge Richie has given the free silver and sound money Democrats an equal representation, and In every Instance has appointed one sound money and ono freo silver Democrat in each precinct" Nobody ever pretended that the election in Louisville In 1896 was not fair till Mr Goebel assailed It with his Ignorant assertion about election offi- senger trains at Beaver Dam. 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The gold in circulation In the United 8tates on September 1, 1899, was, according to the figures ot the treasury department, 8672,993,192, against at tho date ot Mr. Bryan's nom- absolutely necessary to tbe ynuntr man or youiijr woman who would win success in life This beitiff conceded it Is ol fir.t importance to get your cers. How Is It now about the districts In training at the school tint stands iu the very Iront rank. which Mr. Bryan got his big vote? In THE BRYANT &STitATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, tbe First district the Democratic gain LOUIlll.Li:, Ki:.NTIJlKT. In 1896 ove 1895 was 96 per cent., 300K KF.rtPING 1 Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In while the Republican gain was only 38 SHORTHAND his line Graduate ol this college preletred by per cent. ,n the Second district tbo j pess houses. Wrile lor a beautiful book plving tesDemocratl" gain was 88 per cent. In timonials irom graduates occupying prominent positions all over tbe 28 1896 over 1895, while the Republican United States it will be mailed to you I'REU. In the gain was vly 31 per cent. county of Graves In 1896 Tlryan received 1 ?18 votes more than both Bradl'y and Hardin got In 1895. urn iw iu... i.um Mr. Goebel's attempt to justify his n law by alleging Republican frauds In MMl I KWlliM MMrl Mil M fclffc M tO.OO. ) TMrf IslliTUT BilUla.l 100 111ft JfliEB QT, W 1896 Is dishonest and hypocritical. It special Offer Price 115.SO and "HOur frlffctcBrgt. ivfBiKiuMwiiiu can not be excused aa Ignorant LouiwiMBdaaMih rr?.rhtvm ?tnir u cau for aateMOatJ CIVS. IT TMREK MONTHS' TRIALla year ow. hoo, a4 isville Commercial. wa willrtlani yourtli. any youara not tU9L WtMfl ah. sftaftmaftaftaft.iftaftaa9JiftaBiftfftfftftftftftfftj sitM u4 (t4m r a.udr 4um sio.ee, ii.ee, eit etwesf. ui ruiaMMiW4 ow tr ti ii.i. 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