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Taylor will Speak in Hartford, Saturday, November 4th, 1899, OlixTOTDliae; The The The The The RrpubllcHtr Kepublicin Rrpublicdrt ItcpuHiCuu Repul licnn mid Louisville Commercial, and the Courier Journal, and (he Toledo (O ) Blade, and Louisville Dispatch, and the Ulobe Democtnt, 1 o'clock, p. m. Rates. yeat,l I 1 1 1 jear, f 1.J5 fjear, $1 35 jear, Jtur, 25. ft ft 25. 0. Haeteobd Bepublican. OFFICIAL QEGAN OF THE PiETT IS TIE FOUETH Tho Republican kindly invites its many roadors and frionds to givo thoso merchants who advertlsd in Kb columns tho bonofit of tboir trado. It will bo rogardod as a personal favor. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. I I " C0ME..I0MOIIU.CT. Subscription $1 a year. No. 13. XII. General Directory. STATU HAKTtfORD, KY., FKIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1899. -- d lPll'i'!aj3ir'Oy;ii3L. JOI-l- N RIGHTS OF THE NEGRO ernment Burden of This Judge's Charge to the Grand Jury. Finley. n. AT10RNEY AT LAW, iiAiirroiii), P. MORTON i(t. Governor William 0. Bradley. V. J. Worth-ingtoLieut. Governor 01'PIAI. Special attention given to alt business entrusted to his cme. Office in Court House. . HARTFORD, In nil the Will practice his piuler-slocourts ot Ohio nnU artj .ii!in counties nnd Court l Appeals. Spcciul attention given to collections. , as ..: -- attorney V-- TA M. L HEAVU1N, at" Law 11811? KY. kHk 525 Secretary of State Charles Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor Samuel H. Stone. EVAN8 LAYS DOWN THE LAW Treasurer Goo. W. Long. ' Commissioner of Agriculture, Hon. Statistics Lucas ticulture and Colored Citizens Hast De Free to Mooro. Superintendent Public Iustruction-Elective Franchise. W. Davison. Register Land Reynold. J. Office Chas. 0. HEAVY YLOR, 8H ELB ATTOILYEX AT LAW HARTFORD, KY Will practice bis profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special atten tion Riven to ail assignments in bank' ruptcy. Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses ,i Acts gently ok the Insurance Bureau Coramissione- rD. VJ Comiugore, . Adjutant General D. R. Collier. State Librarian Miss Paul Dexne Hardin. Jno, C, Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempeey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary LSamuel BAILnoAD COMMI8SI0HEBS. PENALTIES PBESOttlUBD. Who Ovattroplilt .',.; Frn er - Drlrlnt Amr In Ttlm from RncllUrlav fir Voting Wilt Do Wall lo Soan Thlf Chargo of m Ualtail Blalaa Judga A. Tlmalr aud Kxliatutlfa tlaylitft- - OX 2ffros Kp Harlan-- . Attorney at Law HARTFOHD, KY. also Notary Public tor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, making col &o. JNO. B. WILSON, the System F, Brown. CONGRESSIONAL. EFFECTUALLY, Senators Hon. William 0. Lind say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. Representative Fourth District Hon. D. II. Smith. STATE LEGISLATURE. itualCon"n. PERMANENTLY Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. R. C. Jarnagin. Senator Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in the the courts ot Ohio and adjoininr counties. Also Notary Public R. R. WEDDING '""ttnaAiSrfBC" 0y THE OtNUIHt-MAHT- 'D OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. IIaktforu, Ky. 05T Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge boro. Owens, (AU!vRNIATGfSYRVP(S -- Al" Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fand Hartford. HARTFOHD, KY. 8. T. Stevens Sheriff ' Hartford. Will practice his profession in all A :I.1 1M OHE DAT ctmr. Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Ben the Courts ol Kentucky. Special atTake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tineler. tention given to collections, settleCourt convenes first Monday in ment ol decedent's estates, road coses lets. All druggists refund money il Office up it fills to cure. 25c. The genuine March and August and continues three nid criminal practice. weeks, aud third Monday in May and tsirc next door toGriftin'edrugBtoro. tf has L. II Q. on ench tablet. November two weeks. Attorney at Law, 33. 3P. ISTF. AXs, f" Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney hWx uwensboro. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. ros nil er hi Mwt mi m nt una. 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. sj:.c" Countries arc well cultivated, cot as they are feitile.but as they are free. . Monterquleu. Rowan Holbrook, Master Ccmmis-sion- ei J. S. R. Wedding, ' On the loth ol December, 1897. HVRTI'ORI). KKNIUCKY 'VlU practice his profession in all Rev. S. A. Donnhoe, pastor M. G. the courts ol Ohio nnd adjoining conn-ct- is Church, South, Pt Pleasant, W. Va., nnd the Court of Appeals. Prompt n severe cold which was at attention Riven to nil butiiicps entrust contacted tended from the beginning by violent to his care coughing. He says: "Alter resort. Office in Repuiilican building. speciGcs,' Inn ten number ol e, I' L FELIX usus'ly kept in the house, to no J EDWIN HOWS. I purchased a bottle ol Cham berlaln'K Crugh Remedy, which acted lice a charm I most cheerfully tec. immend it to the public." Por sale m by Z Wayne Oriffin & Pro. HARTPORU, KY. In the Courts of Ohio You will ncvir find time for any Will practice county nod Court of Appeals Prompt thing. If you want time you mnst givm to all business en make it Charles Buxton. attention trusted to out ca"re. Office in Herald , m building. cvhb; a in one day Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tab I ts. All druggista refund money if JOHN T. RONE, it till' to cute 35c. The genuine has L B. Q on each tablet. ,tf UY. Will rnrilrrn iriiritoii In nil Ibn Never believe all you hear; for he ruiiriMul Ohio Mini luijolnliiif ruiiiiK" who believes all that be hears often mill Court l AiihU. rirlHl lUIrn-lln- ii believes more than he hears. Arab olvrn la rolleclluua. UlUrelu W. Maxim. A. Hi.no lllillillr. pur-pos- AnORNLY 3nd COUNSELLOR af LAW, (NOTARV I'UliLlC) Worthlessness is one of the most costly things In the world. Ram's Horn. COUNTY COUKT. Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hertford. Hartford. M. 8. Kagland.Clerk M, L. Heavrin.Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in each month, QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the second each month. COURT OF Monday in CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY Rowe & Felix, OFFICERS. N. Moxley, Survoyor.j G. D. Royal, Assessor. ' Fon Rogers, School Supt. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C. R, Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' Poorhouse 'm COURTS. ATTORNEY AT LAW Court will be hold at Fordsville on March 1st, Juno lsf, neptember 1st and December loth. B. F. Graves Court will be held at Butord on March 30, June 29,Sep T. A. Evans tetnber 28 and December 21. 8. J. Weller Court will be hold at Sulphur Springs on March 28,June 27, September 20 and December 23. H B. Taylor Court will be held at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, September 2 and December 9. W. A. Rone Court will be bold at Ceotertown on February 13, May 29, August 28 and November 1. United States District Judge Evans, a recent charge to a Kentucky Jury, lucidly laid down the law prescribing punishments offenses for various meant to protect a certain class ot citizens ot the United States In the ex erclse of the elective franchise. It is clear and to the point Those persons who contemplate driving away or buying off of necroes to keep tbem from registering or voting, therefore, need well to tako a look at Judge Evans" charge to the grand Jury. It was as follows: "There Is a statute of the United States which prescribes punishments for various offenses meant to protect a certain class of citizens ot the United States in the exercise ot the elective franchise. Understand, gentlemen, that In nothing that you dp should you permit partisan politics to have the lightest Influence with you. The grand Jury is meant to be the most Independent of all the bodies ot men charged with tho administration of the law. It is your duty, and It Is mine, and It should be the pleasure ot each of us, to administer the law Justly, fairly and rightly. In no spirit ot partisanship, In no spirit of oppression, but with a spirit guided solely by the desire to observe our oaths and discharge tho duty thereby Imposed upon us; It Is my duty to call your attention to this statute, as to all others, and to explain to you, possibly somewhat more at length, because these statutes are not aa familiar to the people gen erally as othero to explain ta you. to some extent what these offenses are. "Section $607, of the statutes of the United States, is In this language: " 'Every person who, by any unlawful means, hinders, delays, prevents or "Obstructs and confederates with others to hinder, delay, prevent or obstruct any citizen from doing any act required to be done to qualify him to vote, or from voting at any election in any state, territory, district, county, city, parish, township, school district, municipality or other territorial subdivision, shall be fined not lesa than $500 or bo Imprisoned not less than one month nor more than one year, or be punished by both such fine and ImIn franchise, for tho reason that the govof tho United States or the governments of the states and all the governments of our municipalities, are based at last upon the free expression 6i the will of the people through the ballot and any machinery that may be provided anywhere that can materially aeslstoratd In the prevention ot crimes against the ballot box, that can materially old In a tree, fair and full expression ot the will of the people Is useful and beneficial to the public, not for the purpose ot oppressing any one, 'not for the purpose of depriving any man of the right ot suffrage, not tor the purpose ot Influencing any man to vote any other way than as he pleases, but simply to protect him In doing what he ueslres to do as n voter, to gire him the right to vote as he pleases, aqd to punish any man who, by rreans of Intimidation or bribery, prevents him from voting as he pleases. "So that whatever others may do, it Is the duty of those charged with the enforecLitnt of the law to look to the law as It Is, and to see that those who ore guaranteed protection by the law, should have it, and that those who violate the law are v unlahed. "With the punishment alone have we anything to do. Tho government of the United States can not interfere and does not by these statutes In the slightest degree Interfere with the conduct ot any election. The elections all over our state our conducted under the laws of the state exclusively, and no officer ot the United States has the least right to Interfere with the election or Its progresses. All that these sections ot the statute do, and the next section to which I shall call your attention, Is to provide punishment against evildoers If they violate the laws ot the United States. "These laws, like all other laws, are to operate upon acts that have been done and to restrain the doing of criminal acts by the fear of tho enforcement of the laws, and whenever the laws of the United States shall be systematically disregarded because the men charged with the execution ot these laws violate their oaths and do not enforce them, it will be a sad day for the government The government ot the United States is to be perpetuated, if at all, by an honest vigilant enforcement of the laws that congress makes for the protection ot the people. ZEPHYR. I bear the banner of the sun at noon; I light the million jewelled lamps of June; I weave, from sky and purple sea below, The rosv cradle where a baby noon Rocks In the afterglow. Tinkle, ye bells, shine out, ye stars of Let all the music of the wild wood Deck my dear harp anew with gold en ereen My ancient forest harp, whereon I sing A song to match this scene. A song of rainbows gleaming on the rain, sunlight comes again, Of the young laughing year's unmeasured mirth, Of quickened Nature's mother-pang- , whose pain Foretells the vernal birth. nd Spring; tine; is In poor condition to withstand the winter. The most notable feature connected with live stoclTls the scarcity of hogs being fed for market Ths number is estimated at 75 per cent, of the number in 1898, and is due, more than anything else, to the great loss of pigs during the severe weather of last winter, Cholera or other disease prevails to a limited extent only, and Is confined to a few counties. Replies to questions "Have you hog cholera in county?" are lot In negative and 35 In the affirmative.- floor of my bed room while I was tryn Ing to sleep." When the servant was helping him with his toilet in the morning the admiral started to converse with him. lie could not subdue his interest. It was like a new baby coming Into the family, and had to be discussed. The admiral invited his impressions of The apple crop is one of the lightest ever grown, and is estimated at but 37 per cent, of the crop of average years. The, hot, dry season caused the fruit to dry up on the trees, and the per cent of sound ripe fruit is very small. Wheat sowing has begun and is be Joyfni and sad, as plain song from the ing pushed with vigor. Stalk ground pine, Where wood doves woo, melts liquid is In excellent condition, being free from weeds and unusually light and Into thine, Thou amber mavis with the raptur- friable, so that where corn is followed ed heart by wheat it will be seeded under most e So tbls wild melody of mine favorable conditions The early Shall play Its perfect part plowed fallow land is also in good By E. P. condition, but the latter plowing Is rough and "cloddy," and the continKENTUCKY CROP REPORT. ued dry weather renders it Impossible to pnt in proper order for seeding. Condition of Crops and Llvo Fallow plowirg is now at a stands Stock October 1st, 1809. still, and the see ing of a considerable Replies were received this month percent of the acreage Is being deLucas Moors, from 138 correspondents, representing layed. Commissioner of Agriculture. counties. leaf-born- other things. "What do yon think of this hotel, boy?" he asked. "Grand," replied the boy as stopped in the middle of the floor to give the, word emphasis and eloquence. "Why, that was a pretty fine hotel we stopped at in yonr country." said the admiral. "Oh, no," said the boy quickly. Then he stopped and looked around before continuing: "China hotel fonr, five, six times go inside." New York Times. His Life Was Saved. Mr. J. E Lilly, a prominent citizen Mo, lately Joad a wonderful deliverance from a frightiut death. In telling of it he says: "I was taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran into Pneumonia. My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I expected to soon die cf Consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great relief. I continued to use it, and now am well and strong, I can't say too much in its praise." This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottles free at J. H. Williams' Drug Store, every bottle guaranteed. of Hannibal, 97 farthar Valanlaa. . Attorney at Law, Ky. - A. e.AYlOft. Special attention given to all business entrusted to bis care. Office in Court House. Haiittord, Jno. E Bean, Sec'y. A. D. White. Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. Will practice Ills profession in all the R. hold their regular meeting SaturCourt of Ohio and adjoining counties Tim Ural t'rancrlilluu fur C'bllla Collections curoiully and promptly at' and Pever is a bottle of Grove's Tast day before the first Sunday in each tended to. Office with T. J. Smith less Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; month in Court Hall at I o'clock p. W. A. Carson, Com. then why experiment with worthless m. fcC., Market Blreet. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. Imitations? Price, 50c. Attorney R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Why experiment on yourself with rcmedlea ot doubtlul utility when you can get Chamberlain's Cough Reme ly, which has stood the test of time? Twenty five years' sale aud use have proven that remedy to be a prompt ind certtln cure for colds. It will cure a cold In a day if taken as soon as the cold has been coutracted and before it has settled in the system Sold by Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro. m The ray ot happiness, like those ol light, are colorless when uiibroken, Longfellow. CITY DIRECTORY. . W. II. Barnes, Judge. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. TOWN TRUSTERS. Hartford, Ky. &i I,etW S. K Cox, Ch'tn'n. I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. Attorney at Law, J E. DAVIDSON, Bitter were it to be unborn than to be ill bred Sir W. Raleigh. Cut men's throat with whisperings Ben Johnson. I L Hartford, Ky., Wilt praotics bis profession in Ohio and adjoining couutles. Special attention given to alUjusineeu entrusted to his care. Woman's Mysterious Ills. Explanation cf thiir natur by Dr. Hartman, who ttllt how to curt than. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Caretul attention will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his cure. Office over Ohio lections a specialty. County Bank. Also Notary Public. LAW, ATTORNEY-AT- 'Olll)Vll.l.i:, UKNTIHUY. Will practice his profession in all the ciuru of Ohio and adjoining counties anil Court ot Appeals. Special given to collections. Office next door to Post Office. II rati, "lib voa whttb.r IMf VKIJIIKV ..UMBO .AOIt. m..ii iwr linUTH JS. E. 3R.oToy ' .utninwuiw.iiua. Ui .it rv-r-"'-- iS tin., auriit.. Ilk. wi. KMM1 ..P.. IOI1 llr.il Inikat .a lah4lia, btt. r .m r a -wmr M wiicn. MBtla.. I jrtw. i. k. )lgH WE Kllfr -- 3a III bPTiii .(. Aboi, Ul ftUfttauj MU' rik-- A ) (ram vokp awn flniiful.WM touch ft. u. Tak II IU rAtfaill.nairmlalatlV Out S tot.. f M. y t,ur I. amLPaBliidtaiaura.rwa)rcfilBl Men, IH - immj a S a rwrjt LxtlM i.u, m.poa CUI larurid Mat m-- aW;Ut Ubt, IMii .out Mln Dl K.M tl rr-- 0PM Ktiuiit ptrwaielTii iVim (rip ta lb dWalsker Pailta 41 horn, with' rd llrultrt im part Book ol Mnl WODIUY CO, rnor n rr mil r Alr.41 NWHM,nanM or lar MUva mlA4 women are constantly pus sled about their health. In. deed female troubles puxzla all women. Older women hare experience, but few po&seaa knowledgo of the subject. The periodical snffering U palniuL It U accompanied by many vary Inn; sensations that distress. IIow much of this la necessary a matter ot guesswork. The whole question is shrouded In professional mystery. J M Dr, uartman's book lor women, Il (called "Health and Beauty," treats these matters with delicacy, and at the same time with clearness, write n to the Medicine Company, Columbus, 0., for Hi It la mailed free. It Is a practical printed talk to women. Dr. Uartman defines women's diseases as cures them. catarrh and tells how Mrs, 0. 0. Naeve, 880 Morrison St, Portland, Ore., writes as follows a Midicim Co., Columbia, Q, when I lived In Columbus, 0. . in 1987, DxAii Sins: " I began to take ever since whenever 1 needed medicine. I and bare used It and the for regulating the menses, and before I have never found an equal to began to take It I was never regular and always bad mora or less pain, I had but without success." tried many different medicines before I saw There (s nothing mysterious about the action of It is not a "cure-all- ,' but it cures catarrh wherever located, and there may be catarrh in any organ of the body, as all are lined with mucous membrane, Mrs. M. 0. Mohl.MUVnhiutBt., Columbia, Pa., says; I have been troubled with catarrh and a soreness In my bowels for several years. I tried everything and am happy to say that I am now that was recommended. I tried entirely well," Dr. Uartman's advice may be hod without charge by any woman who will write for It Ills book on Chronla Catarrh Is also mailed free. It explauw the rw of local tmtaent, All aruggUM sell jTji Kjff Jjitm a tejF mm 1 OUNG ifilii ' r 'WM a TOIIW ft-rp.n- Pe-ru-- Man-a-ll- n Pe-ru-- a "There are one or two other sections to which I shall .call your attention In the same connection: Section 5508 'If two ot more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten or intimidate any citizen in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by t.he constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his having to exercised the same; or if two or more persons go In disguise on the highway, or on the premises of another, with Intent to prevent or hinder his tree exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege so secured, they shall be fined not more than 15,000 and Imprisoned sot more than ten years, and shall, moreover, he thereafter Ineligible to any office or place ot honor, profit or trust created by the constitution or laws ot the United States.' "Furthermore, there le quite an Important seotlon, 5509, which provides that It In the act of violating any In either ot the two preceding sections any further felony or misdemeanor he committed, the offender prisonment' "Congress has not exercised any shall be punished for the same with power In this statute except that of such punishment as is attached to such enforcing the provisions of the 15th felony or misdemeanor by the laws of amendment to the coastttutlon ot the the state In which the offense Is comUnited Gtates. 60 that this section Ot mitted. "And, gentlemen, let me esy In referthe statute applies solely to the colored man so far as the design ot the statute ence to this statute that the period ot goes to protect them from any ot those limitation that bars a' prosecution ot a things that ore denounced as crimes crime Is three years. So that it withhy the statutes. Tou will observe, in three years last past you And anytherefore, that this section has refer- one guilty of any ot these offenses, or 1898. ence to the colored man, and this Is a any of the others to which I shall alWorms were very destructive dur part ot the act known as the civil lude, they are subject to Indictment If rights bill, designed to carry into ef- you think there is rsssonable ground kg the latter part of the season. With fect the rights given to him by the tor their conviction. the exception of damage from this fifteenth amendment to the constitu"Now It Is an offense against the source and that portion of crop cut beto conspire tion ot the United States. With this laws ot the United States In order to save from firing, explanation you will understand that to do anything to which I have allud- fore ripe, every person who prevents a colored ed under the other section and the the quality is satisfactory. The dam msn from voting by means of intimconspiracy must be engaged In by two sge from frost was very slight in this idation or bribery Is guilty ot an ofor mere persons before It Is a conspir- section, amounting tobut three fourths fense against the laws ot the United acy. of one per cent. States. "I have known and so have you The yield per acre for the "Dark heard of many Instances where there Tobacco" district is estimated at Valuta la llroail. 730 which 'Now, you will observe, too, that was a conspiracy by means ot poands, which is 85 pounds per acre were prevented from exercisthis etatuts Is very broad In Its language, and I say to you, gentlemen ot ing the right of suffrage by means ot less than the estimate for 1898. The the Jury, In cities like this and In other bribery. For example, I take It, If you decrease is accounted for by an Imperclttes of the state ot Kentucky where were to find anywhere that 10 or 15 fect stand and a lack of moUture at or 100 ot these colored men had been, registration Is required as an act prethe time most needed lor the developcedent to the right that this by means ot bribery, Induced to go Into ment of the plant. The acreage was a' house for the purpose ot being kept ststute would embrace any prevention estlmsted earlier in the season at 82 from voting, that would be conspiracy, ot registration, any hindering or controlling ot registration by means of If engaged In by one or more persons. per cent of the acreage ot 1898. If bribery or Intimidation, because. If he If any ot these things are done by we accept as correct the estimates of a does not register be can not vote, and mere persuasion it Is no offense against decrease, both In yield and acreage, It would be absurd and ludicrous to the laws ot the United States. A can crop ol dark tobacco amounts to hold this statute to refer merely .to the persuade B to do this by any means ex- the day of the election, where he would cept to bribe or Intimidate him, and 75 per cent, of the crop ot 1898 The those things are entirely within the damage by frost in this dtktrict be deprived ot voting, not by Intimidation or the use of money, but by the liberties of the people If does by per- amounts to 2 6 per cent tact that h had not registered, and suasion. This Is what we endeavor 3 CLOVBR SHUD. yet to say .that It did not apply to the do, to persuade our fellow citizens to" The clover seed crop is practically a registration Itself. So that I Instruct go with us on these questions. There failure In the State. The acreage cut you that It Is en offense against the Is ae Sense here. The offense la doing such things by means of is but 42 per cent ol the acreage of laws ot the United States for any man, . j 189S. with an average yield of I 6 or set ot men, by means of bribery or bribery and iatlmiditloV Intimidation, to prevent, hinder or con- - . Kidney trouble preys bushels per acre. trol any colored man In registering as , V upon the mind, dls- PASTORR9. the preliminary to voting at the elee- - ' courages and lessens Pastures are very short, especially tion. ambitlonibeautyvlg. "And I will say to you further that or nnd cheerfulness soon disappear in the western and central sections, this statute does not apply to congres- when the kidneys are out of order or where It is necessary to feed stock sional elections nor to presidential uiseasea. I'or pleasing icauiis use same as during the winter season, elections only. It applies to all suc- Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great The condition compared with average tions In which the colored man has the kidney fcuicdy Sam At druggists. right to vote. It was enacted for the pie bottle by mall free, also pamphlet. years is 65. The advanced season purpose ot guaranteeing to the colored Ad'ress. Dr. Kilmer & Co. .Bingham precludes any hope of relief from the msn tht right that the people hsd giv- ton, N. Y. labor and expense of feeding stock, en him under ths fifteenth amendment and the best to be done is ts so pro-- , ot tne uoiwa uie consutution When a rich banker signs notes tect stock and economize in the use States. they may seldom be protested, but it of feed as to lighten as much as possi"And we must look Into this quesble the expense of the long feeding gentlemen of. the Jury, from a may be different if bem sings them. tion, ai broader standpoint than any to which season, gait tad Saul Tmi UA Deal Toattt I have averted. UVB 8TOCK. To quit tobaeeo eully ndtoiaur. bemr "It U fortunate, possibly, certainly it netlc. (all ot lite, oeira ana visor, Uks Ko-Short pastures and scarcity of stock the federal JIm, the wonderworker, that makes weak men ts not a misfortune, that marked effect on All dnxsleumdeorll. Cuuiuro-te- 4 court has this much power. It U no troni. Booklet and umle free. Addrees water are having calamity to the country, nor to the aurllag Remedy Co., Calciio or New York. live stock, Where the scant grazing baa not been supplemented with some liberties of ths people, that as many courts as possible hare Jurisdiction to CsftPriMIIr' Nsavs Fumnuis for SPINAL forage crop stock hu grown this, and AUdnifataUaeU'eaiforJac ia etecuTt dlssp-pointinpro-VisipSrr-on' ' coo-sls- ts CORN. The average yield per acre is estimated 21.4 bushels-.- The estimate on Oct. 1, 1898, was 32 5, nnd for a cor responding date of 1897 it was 24 bushels. The drying weather during September was of benefit in hastening the maturity ot the crop, otherwise a conslderale loss would have been sustained by the severe frost 29th and 30th; as it is the loss is Inconsequent tfal, amounting to but 4 per cent The heaviest loss ocenred in the western section, where the rainfall 'was more liberal and the growing season accordingly prolonged. Tha quality in the main is not up to the standard, being "chaffy" and loose on cob g, While the crop is generally both in yield and quality, it is rather remarkable that a few counties, notably Daviess and Header-son- , report the crop one of the best ever produced. TOBACCO. In the Burley district the average yield per acre is estimated at 825 pounds. This Is a heavy average and Is mainly dne to the unusually heavy yields reported from the counties ot Boyle, Clark, Jessamine, Marlon, Omitting Mercer and Woodford, these counties from the calculation and the average is 741 pounds, which is, in our judgment, nearer the correct amount, being within a few pounds of the average for 1898. The acreage of the Barley district, after allowing for losses sustained by insects and unfavorable season, was estimated at 86 per cent, of the acreage of 1898. With approximately the same yield per acre we may conclude that the Burley crop of 1899 will amount to 85 per cent or the crop of HO VV. K-- NO That is the w.ty all druggists sell Grove's Tasteless Ciiiix Tonic for Malaria, Chills nnd Fever. It is simp. ly iron and quinine in a tasteless lotm. Children love it. Adults prefer it ta bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, tf 50c m One cannot always be a hero, bnt one can always be a man. Goethe. m PAY. Benjamin Franklin Says: He that speaks mnch will be much mistaken. Creditors have better memories than deptors. Lend money and lose friends. He that has patients can have what he will. The act you would hide should yourself be denied. Diligence is the mother of good luck. The clown la known by his antics, and? the wise men by their absence. The frequent laugher should have fine teeth. It is better to take many Injuries than than to give one. Are you angy that others disappoint you? Remember that you cannot depend upon yourself. , A He stands on one leg, truth on two. Three may keep a secret if two of them are dead. Keep thy shop, and thy shop will keep thee. Pain wastes the body, pleasures the sua uroos. blood v Guraateed tabaceo habit owe, make ..w far Fifty Coats. oi pure, too, It, All dm rlut a weak Either I will find a way or I will make one. Sir P. Sidney. "I wish to express my thanks to the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for having put on the market such a wonderful medicine," says W. W. Massinglll, of Besumont, Texas. There are many thousands of mothers cnuaren nave been saved irom wnose attacks of dysentery and cholera In fantum who must also teel thankful. It is lor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & m Bro. . . There is no genius in life like the genius of energy and activity. D. G. Mitchell. -- No Right To Ugliness. MEN WOMEN ,2 iI. Cheerfulness is contagious. Men rarely possess wealth, it post sesses them. An tgg today is better than a hennery tomorrow. All things are cherp to the caving, Dowoy's Valet an Author. dear to the wasteful. Many dishes diseases. After Admiral Dewey retired on Many medicines, few cures. Saturday night at the Waldorf-Astorihe discovered an author in his room. He was not surprised, because nollw WOMEN IN TE0UBU5. "" ing ever surprised him, He laughed The Approach of Motherhood la the about it when he got up yesterday Occasion of Much Anxiety to All. morning and he joined heartily in the Every woman dreads the ordeal through laughter which followed his rehearsal ing a which sho must pass In becommother. The pain and suffering of the Incident to bis relatives. which Is in store tor her Is a source of v,hen the admiral re-- , constant anxiety, fear and dread, to It seems that which the tired, shortly before 8 o'clock, he was say nothing of the dangerThe Joyous coming lnotdont entails. too tired to sleep. Finally be opened anticipations with which she looks forhis eyes and discovered that the far ward to baby's coming gives way to an indescribable dread of the ordeal when corner of the room was illuminated. she fully realizes the critical and trying "What are you doing?" he cried, event which will soon approach ana endured. and his Chinese servant jumpted to have to be should hall with delight a Women his feet with a stait It was his cust remedy which Insures to them Im torn to sleep nnder his blanket in the munity from tne pain, suffering and danger incidental to corner of the room. Ouon a remedy is now offered, and "Writing," replied the scared Ce- women need not fear longer the hourot childbirth. "Mother's Friend" is a lestial. seientlflo liniment and it used before "Writing what?" demanded the ad. confinement, gently and surely prepared the body for the great requirements tnlral. and changes it Is undergoing. Insures "Book," and that was all he could safety to both mother and child, and takes her through the event with 00m say. case anu inis The sdmlral got interested. What Serauve remedy Isoomiori. by every praised could the boy mean? he asked himwoman wno nas usea II. What woman is not Interested in self. Then from bis position in bed "Mother's Vrlendt" Tbls wonderful he investigated. On the the floor remedy has been tested and Its pricethere was a little Chinese lamp, throw, less value proven by the experience of who thousands ing out a feeble and intermittent light have used Itof happy motherscritical during the most and ingeniously shaded so that Its period of woman's life the approaoh rays would not penetrate the darkness and eulmlnatlon ot motherhood, It has won their everlasting praise, surrounding the admiral's couch. ' for It gave them help and nope in Before it on the floor the blanket was their most trying hour and when most needed. Every stretched, and in one corner a lot ot day need "Mother's woman may soma Friend," The Chioese writing materials snd paper. I little book. "Before Baby la Born." telling all about it, and when It should "He told me he was writing a book be used, will prove of great Internet and about me and my reception, and he benefit V all expectant mothers, ana was going to take it to China and will be sent free to any address upon to the have it published in his native Ian application Atlanta, BredfieU Itagulatoi 'Jompany, LQ. gusge," said the admiral in telling good-lookinchild-bearin- g. J The women who is lovely in face, form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attract tive must keep her health. If she is weak, sickly and all tun down, she will be nervous and irritable. If she lias constipation or kidney trouble, her impure blood wilt cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch ed complexion. Electric Bitters Is the best tnedlclne-lthe world to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to purify the blood. It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make charming woman ot a a run down invalid. Only 50 cents at J. H. Williams' Drag Store. n understanding. Be slow in choosing a friend, slower in changing. Necessity never made a good bar- gain. If pride leads the van beggary brings up the rear. He that waits upon fortune is never sure of a dinner. theatorytohtorelatlves. "He thought the story was too good to keep, and he meant to enlighten his people. He wu writing a book about me ou the wtlV raaataUa eurau all ruitoau laaaov (aye atUaal ad. TaeUmooUle and TU SAT I trealineat two. Aoteta, tC ML 1. 1. oUteS'l m. Ii "WH)MiK4PTWBNffWWdH f f f ,i fi i? IF "- - can't." "I nut intem foster and protect the deeds and acts ofsuchaman? Answer to your count perance It only a form of dtaase, and Herald with tbis addendum: "Anythere may come n time in the progress H astonishing, indeed appalling to try and your God. of any disease when it can't be stopped. thing else you want explained, call on FRIDAY, OCTODER so. That's what wc mean when we talk of roe." Now, 'Mr. Jarnagin bad refer- view the seeming indifference in which The Last Struggle of a Desper"galloping consumption." It's like a men are considering the present crisis, horse running away with us. We can't ence to bis acts in the recent Legisla &c. ate Political Fakir. stop it. ture and the editor of the Herald kniw Vast numbers of voters, to whom the Strength will stop the wildest horse. interest of tho Slate is intrusted, are necessity in the Strength is the great it, if lie hiencs anyiliing. But since JarGoebel's speech at this place will be stopping of disease. Dr. rierce's Gulden nagin has cornered him, be acts baby wofully ignorant of tho gravity of tho thousands remembered as tbe last effort of a des- Medical Discovery has cured bronchitis, who had obstinate cough, and asks a number of foolish and silly situation. Tbe great question of tbe Ho has at- weak lungs, spitting of blood, emaciapolitical freedom perato political fakir. questions, wholly foreign to tbo con- futurity of their tempted to sail tbo stormy political sea tion, and similar ailments which if neglected or unskilfully treated lead to controversy between the Herald and Mr. seems never to challenge their atteu in a boat of deception and many limes sumption. It cures by strengthening the Jarnagin. Mr. Jarnagin would be tiou. We have them in all the new and latest styles. Beautiful patterns. Both for Wrappers, House lungs and giving thtm power to throw They are inttusting their liberties since he ventured, has tbat boat off disease. indeed silly if he should respond to Prices from 7,'c to I Dresses and Children's Wraps. per yard. sprung a leak, but none so bad as tbo had been troubled with bronchitis and "I of the hud for right rears I had severe REPUBLICAN TICKET. this narrow-gage- d editor. Mr. Jar- to the care of their party lender, say one that confronted this desperate catarrhand at timet treat difficulty In breath-Incoujrh nagin is a gentleman well worthy the ing "they knor best. Their oppor " write J. W llawerton, H1 , of ntifall. UOVEItNOH, FOR character in Hartford. He assailed Hancock Co., Tcnn. "A portion of the time rnjr W. O. TATiOR, trust and confidence of Lis constitu tunities to know tbe country's needs appetite was poor and part of the time t waa an honorable man for the glorification unable to do anjthrar I had been treated by ol Iluller County. ency and has vindicated himself of are so much better that my own, their country physician, for several years but of himself, but was here held up and our best benefit. I had been reading; about with little i.ir.itTrNA.T-oovrnxon- , the Herald's baby charge. Since Mr. judgment shall be mine. I cant be your medicine for several yeara but hadn't much Our price on heavy all. wool rrd twill Flannel, 15c We ate receiving new ones every few diys, rangis now summoned to appear before the faith 1q tt Last spring I concluded that I would TOXXIT 2JATtgJTfl,T.. Jarnagin answered every question that lieve that my party will err." Such of a per yard. Better grades at same tow price. Ask to ing In prices from 85c to $10.00. Call and ixamlne before I had taken try it ol I.unUvllle. court of Captain John W. Headiey to bottle andDr rierce's Oolden Medical Discovof the Herald put to him in an intelligent might do for bim to believe who lives see our line Canton Flannels when you are in tbe quality and get prices. 'pleasant Pellets' 1 bnsn to mend. account for his sins of commission. ery and FOK MX'IIF.TART Of NT ATE, I continued taking it until I .had taken seven manner, the editor seeks to mislead a hermit, but for an honest Kentuck-ia- n store, as we have some special values In this line. and can do feel Mr. Goebel has been accused ot being bottles. a Now I worklike a new man I advise all as any man. as hard day's is the hight to believe that the public by asking a number of ol Knox Conn I Doctor an avowed "gold-bug- " in '90 and de- of my friends who are diseased to take Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery." questions wholly foreign to the subject of tho most desperato folly. Consider (lENERAL, FOR ATTORNEY Free. The People's Common Sense sired Carlisle's influenco to have bis y. ! ! Medical Adviser free. Send stamps to under debate. In abandoning a ques- for a moment that tho politicians who county committeo recognized by the pay expense of mailing only. Send at Stock Is all In and In full blast Call and see ol llopUlli Comity. tion under discussion and jumping now control the Democratic party, in stamps for paper covers, or 31 We have got them all styles and prices. To this State Central Committee. same for yourself. FOR AUIHTOIt, binding. Address Dr. is a public acknowledg- the early summer, entered a political onto another, stamps for cloth TCXXST O. liirv. ol lionrbun CWIiZITTT, ment, by the Herald, of its defeat. convention with about one sixth of the end, be wrote the Hon. John G. Car- R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Comity. lisle a letter, and more than this, made instructed vote thereof and that by FOR TREANVRF.R, such cbicaneiy, theft, rascality and a special trip to see Carlisle. At tbis Interesting Letter to the Public OUR VINDICATION. W.AX.W32SS a. BAT, We start you with a good heavy Jersey ribbed We are still In the lead in all grades of Clothing. frauds as wer.e never known before to time there were two committees from ol Jlrenlliltt Connly. we are con Shirt and Drawers at 35c Men's extra heavy flanLet us show you our line of $5.00 and f6.oo Suits. The editor of the Herald, again, as modem politics, bore away the fruits Kenton county. Goebel now denies FOR SUIT. 1'ITIII.Ii; JNNTItftTIO.V, nel lined Shirts and Drawers, would be cheap at Goe, A handsome line $7.50, $3.uo, p).oo and )io 00 sails The Refitblicax lor giving a of victory, the will and wish of the tbat he solicited any aid from Mr. fronted with one ot the most stupen TCXXST our price 49c. Regular 75c quality, our price 50c. Carlisle, but the facts in tho case are dous questions, with which civilized goods. These goods In any city would cost you ol Cnniibell County. correct account, of-- the crowd that other five sixths to the contrary not Handsome line Underwear, our price $1.25. Men's against him. Here is what Carlisle man ever had to contend, viz: Shall twenty-fiv- e per cent, more money. heard Win, Goebel. He questions the withstanding. FOR COM'U OF AtJItlCVI.TCIU:. we, as free and Independent American heavy work Shirts, Buckskin by name, and will said in part: integrity of those gentlemen who reConsider again that tbe same band citizens, lie supinely on our backs, wear like buckskin, for only 35c. Men's extra ol Tnyrttr Cnnnty. He appealed tome to use whatever ported to The Republican. No two of political highwaymen tbat robbed heavy cordury collars and fronts our price only 50c. hngging the fathomless delusions of influence I could with the State ComFOR STATE NKMATon, young men in all Umo county stand the people of their rights and liberties, mittee to induce it to recognize his hope, until the political vampire has Heavy wool fancy fronts, price 50c. T. CAPS. Long sleeve, heavy ribbed Jersey Vest, 15c. Reghigher in the esteem of the people than have written upon tbe statute books committee as the regular party organ fanned us to sleep, and robbed us of ol llntler Connly. Better grades f 1.00 aud $1 25. ular 35c grade for 35c. Ladies' Union Suits 35c suit. Chester Stevens and Lyman Williams, of the State a law that gives them ization tn tbe county, and also to get tbe most sacred rights ever bestowed FOR IlElltENlTATIVE, Hxtra heavy quality, worth 75c, our price 50c. and these young men returned the re- complete control of the ballot in every tbe member of the State Committee upon man by his Creator, the right to XZOXT. 3S. C. ?JJZZTJi.atZ2tT. who represented the Sixth CongresMisses' Union Suits 35c Children's Merino Vests ol llravcr Jntn. port from the general entrance gate. particular. A law tbat places the eu-- . sional district to recognize the author- vote, to take part in the selection ol and Pants from 10c each up. Messrs. Her, Fatton (Democrat) and tire control and care of the ballot ity of his committee and Us delegates thote who are to administer the gov FOR HAOINTRATE, We have a handsome line Crepons ranging in price e. a. srrrsxnrosx. Hoagland are gentlemen in all that within the bands of three partisans atthe preliminary meeting ol the dis ernment cannot be held too sacred or from 50c per yard up to $ 3 00. A beautiful line new ol Dundee. trict delegates which was to be held guarded too zealously. For upon tbe the term means, whose characters are who may all be of the same political before theState convention organized." novelties In Plaids for Skirts. In fact anything in FOR CtttNTARLr, administration ol governmentdepends as yet unchallenged, except by a little complexion and faith, without bond Dress Goods from 10c yard up. ;3E3&CS3S ft T.T.T:aT. After commenting on Carlisle's let- the peace, salety and prosperity of Its In this line we are headquarters and carry the water brained editor, and these gen- and Without one single word of penal Ol JIURO. folOur line Brocade and Fiald ready-madSkirts is ter at some length, be made tbe subjects. But there Is a measure be largest and best line ever opened up In Ohio county. tlemen reported the returns from the ty prescribed for the punishment of large. Ladles, if you expect to bny anything in the lowing statement: fore tbe people of Kentucky, known We lead oft with a tegular saddle seam $2.00 Boot, Goebelish means just what Goebel side gate. Yet this editor, iu attempt- any neglect or wilful discbarge of Dress Goods line this season, give us a call and we our price $1 50. Start boys Boots extra heavy.lull "So, you see, I didn't need the aid as the Goebel election law,which seeks Baid at McHenry, Thursday night of ing to justify himself in arraigning the duty. That board, known as the State of Mr. Carlisle to will do the rest. get my committee to overthrow the bill ol rights, that stock regular J 1.50 and $1.75 Boot, our price $1.25 last week: "We Democrats will do integrity of these gentlemen, charges Board of Election Commissioners, aprecognized as tbe regular committee is guaranteed to the people in the and $1 35. I had for six that they passed out with the crowd points three county commissioners for in Kenton county. the counting." Little boys, ask your mamma to get you a pair months had the letters and credentials constitution. Tbis law aims to thwart and commenced counting when half each couuty of tbe Commonwealth ol our red top Boots. showing that my committee was the tbe will of the people by depriving Democrat, would you be of the crowd bad dispersed. This is a Honest who may all be of tbe same political only committee in Kenton county. them of the elective power and plac We sell you a heavy Brogan Shoe for $ 1. 00, fi to, Our sales in this line have been far beyond our ex willing for the Republicans to have as false and uncompromising misrepre $1 25 and on up to $3 00 per pair. party and act without bond and who And when Mr. Carlisle says he ob ing it in the hands of a political ma pectatlons, as we have had to make the second large Men's hall fine control of Kentucky politics complete sentation on its face. These gentle are answerable to no tribunal under tained recognition for my committee chine, which can be controlled by tbe Shoe at $1.00, $1.25, t.39 and $1 50. Would be order. We have them in this line from 50c a pair to he states what Is untrue." as the Goebel party has? men were Btatipned at the gates at the sun, by tbe provisions of tbat law. will oi the originator of the infamous cheap at twenty cents more on each pair. $S 00. Good 10 4 Blanket 50c. Better grades 10 4, Thus far the controversy seems very When it comes to fine Shoes, we handle the Brown Blanket at 75c 60c mid 65c, We start large size 1 Mark you these words: "The other least 30 minutes beforo Goebel con Not a word of penalty is written for much a question of veracity, but when bill This measure attempts to deper pair. Better grades $1.10, $1 25. $( 35, ft 50 Shoe Co'a Shoe, of St. Louis. Kvety paid guaranfellows can do all the voting they cluded. That conservative reporter them. They appoint the election offi we shall have ushered Capt. John W. stroy the political liberty of every man Courier-Journin Kentucky, both white and black. teed to give satisfaction or your money refunded. and on up to $5 00. estimated this cers who,that law says,shall be of dii please, BUT WE DEMOCRATS of the Headiey to the front, any and all And while the Goebel election law The best line of ladies' heavy Shoes on earth, at all Good, heavy, large size Bed Comforts 90c. Better COUNTING." crowd as he did John Rbea'a at Lcitcb terent political laitn. isut mat is WILL DO THE sensible men can see whether Carlisle's is claimed by its supporters to be grades at $1.10, still better $1.35. up to $2 50, prices. Ask to sec our You Can't-RI'I5m Shoe. These are the words Win. Goebel ut- field. He reported 500 there, when merely a command as meaningless as veracity or Goebel's should be chala Democratic measure, and is adopted by actual count there were only 188. its author and his henchmen are void '09. tered at McHenry, Oct. 12th, These are due statements, backed by of honesty aud honor. It is a com- lenged. This is the apology of Capt by one wing oi the Democratic party Juuan Evans lays down the law to men whose integrity is unchallenged, mand aud no power to enforce it ex- Headiey for exposing Goebel's letters as one of the principal planks in their platforms, yet its eflccts are so deGoebel and his hirelings and warns save by a narrow-gage- d editor, who ists. No penalty for the Slate board, written to him May 3d and 12th, just before and alter his return from Wash- structive to free institutions that hunthem bevraro the Unittd States' court. seeks bis own glorification at the downno penalty for tbe county board. Tbe ington in 1890: dreds of lifelong and honest DemoHis instructions are given in full on fall of others. Thk Republican is State board can remove any member crats fiom all over Kentucky are bit "Mr Carlisle made a statement first page. The grand jury adjourned prepared to withstand the full disof tbe county board at any time, it which Senator Goebel quotes in his ter and outspoken in their denuncia to meet November 13th, when it will cbarge of that editor's "coarte and rude matters not when, before the election, speech and then follows with a flit tion against the bill and its originator reconvene to investigate all election billingtgate," but wo must confess our during the election or between the denial even branding Mr. Carlisle's and my advice to my colored brethreu frauds which may bo perpetrated in surprise at bis pouring it so lavishly statement as untrue. Then of course day of the election and the final can it becomes a qnestion of veracity. Mr. Is to lay aside whatever feeling of the Stato by this set of banditti. upon other men, for their honesty. A The county Carlisle cannot prove what he says bitterness that they may have cause vassing of the ballot. reporter to the Cincinnati Post who board may remove tbe precinct elec- Senator Goebel told him and asked to hold against the Republican party, Democratic friend, what do you bim to do, as no one else was present which cause will sink into nothingness was on the ground, estimated the tion officers at will without any cause at this Interview, but anyone who will think of this? "Republican , when compared with the destruction rough guess. crowd at whatever, at any time says the law; be- read Senator Goebel'a letters to me are too Jlimsy to be trusted ol our rights which are at stake in the fore tbe election, on election morn, at cannot tall to realize that Senator Goe present election law." Sir, these are with the political contest, and stand as bel requested me, betore he went to the words of William Jennings Bryan. "WE DEMOCRATS WILL DO high noon or evening. During tbe Washington, to do the same tblng.and a solid rnaianx in tne Republican tbe casting of tbo votes or between tbe more perhaps, than Mr. Calislc claimed p.uty, and assist in the defeat of Goe. troduce an uniform text book in all and to have that ballot counted as Does tbis statement not prove the in THE COUNTING." casting and counting at any time says be undertook todoiu obedience to the bsl and bis autocratic measures. tention of the law ? Democrats and the public schools of Kentucky and cast. Uuder tbe present political con appeal of Senator Goebel." Republicans aru mado after the image Next, we will notice tbe Chinn thereby do away with all school books dition of affairs, tbe only hope or ass Mr. Goebel, in bis McHenry speech, the law. The author intended to This statement shows conclusively school book bill, which seeks to in- - now in use thioughout the State. surance that we have to perpetuate of the Savior and if one is dead to the told the miners that it he should be make courts of these election boards -- ARK RUNNING A- Now tbis means that every man in these rights In Kentucky lie In tbe compunction of his conscience, is not come Governor, he would reccomend and in most all cases to give them that Goebel did seek aid from both any legislation they might suggest, both original and final jurisdiction, Carlisle and Headiey. Tbo letters, Kentucky, who may have a child or success of tbe Republican party at tbe the other equally so? Out this the honest laborer branded tbe law as it passed the Legislature which Mr, Goebel wrote to Mr. Head- children attending any public school polls in November. And I appeal to In the State, must lay aside every every honest negro voter In Kentucky There are surely honest Democrats as a vote catcher. Mr. Goebel, you cxiilcd as follows, "and their decision ley, have been reproduced and Goebel book tbat his children sre now using to lay aside whatever grievance that somewhere and we are desirous of hav- have been in the Senate longer than shall bo final." This authority was again comes face to face with some of w and buy an entire new set of books they may have and join with the Re ing this question auswered : Would any other man lrom the great county intended to be lodged in both the bis falsehoods. As proof of Mr. Head forthem. Now.every poor man knows publicans and help to sweep Goebel- you be iu favor of giving (be three of Kenton, you say you are a friend ot State and county boards. This, in. ley's statement, wo give two para how difficult it is sometimes lor him Um and its oppression from Ken State Election Commissioners and a the poor, you alleged that the Repub fanned, honest men will not deny. Ah, graphs from Goebel's first letter to to purchase a single book for his tucky. When the will ot the people majority of the county commissioners, llcans stole the Eleventh District in ye honest Kentuckians, who love to Captain Headiey: '96, and to check them you passed child to study, and many ot you in bas triumphed and their sacred rights as you now bnve, over to the Repubo, boast of pride of character, your "I am already under so many obli your school days know tbat for want secured, and justice established, It the lican parly? If ycu aio nor, you ac- your election bill. Now, Mr. Goebel, and noble manhood, consider, gatlons to you, and have already it you could have the Election Comol books, which your parents were not negro should stilt have cause for com troubled you so much, that I dislike to knowledge that your Goebel law is not mission bill, the Penitentiary bill and consider well. able to buy, you have been forced to plaint against tbe Republican party, trouble you more ; but this is a vital a fair measure. Thou wicked sinner, Would ynu think fpr a moment tbat matter to me, and tbat fact must be numerous others passed, why did you drop behind your classes. Now, when the proper thing to do la to call coun take nothing from thy neighbor that not think of the poor laborer and as a political thief would refiuo to take my apology. it comes to supplying a full set ot ty conventions to be composed of the I purpose being a candidate lor tne thou nbuldst not give him. rchool books for a family of children, negroes of the various counties of the sist him while the opportunity was when tbe fruit so enticing bangs in Senate again next year, and it is not Whv let vour neighbors know It? ranging from one to seven in number, State aud discuss their wants, appoiut merely important to me, Henry Watteison talks about afforded you? Why did you not urge abundance on tbe tree? When men sential that tbe committeebut it is esAnd why cive them a elected by and sometimes more, it entails a bur delegates to a negro State convention and support the two week's pay bill are hungry, do they refuse bread ? chance to guess you are even business, the Venezuelan question, the introduced in the House by Hon. R. tbe Democrats ol this county last Oc den that many a poor man is unable called for tbat purpose, and there Ave or ten years more? Nay, the Sow that is washed returns tober should be recognized by the TO AND FitOM Boers in South Africa and marriages, C, Jarnagin? Better give tnem good Honest man, do not be to her wallowing in tho mire. If tie State Central Committee, and Myers to meet. Furthermore, this school formulate your grievances and prop reasons for cuesslne the but be never says a word about the deluded into anything suggested by book bill provides iortheappointment erly present them to the leaders of the way be other way. It Is vcy easy: statements above made concerning the and his committee in that Boy Orator from Nebraska. YYatter this political highwayman. He Is a Goebel election law are not true words ousted from power. There Is nothing for nothing tells of age so ol seven State commissioners at a sal Republican party, who always stand bequicaiy as gray nair. except tbe question whether involved son is as much iu favor of Bryan's dangerous character and is unworthy ary of five dollars per day each, and open to free 'discussion and ready io are meaningless symbols aud all men I or Myers shall control the party ma ing President of the United States as ol your trust. He has had the oppor the cost of traveling, making a total give justice, and I believe tbat you A NIOK NKW OMNI11US WILL chinery of this county. Of course.you saints. are he is of Goebel's being the chief ex. tunity to prove to be your friend and expense of over $12,000 per year, and will find tbat party leady to grant all know enough ot Myers to know tbat MEET ALL PASSENGEU Honest Kentuckian, you, wo quest I cannot be nominated if Myers con ccutive of Kentucky. Watterson is has failed in every instance. Dewattl lor what'purpose? Simply to transact reasonable demands. This seems a TUA1NS AT 11B- AAmong other things ol leis Impor tion, Can Democratic politicians be trols the committee. So that, in brief, business, for which a State Super f.lrer plan of dealing than to assist in the like a parrot, a free talker, and somethe matter comes to this: I ask your intendent is elected aud paid to attend deleating the Republican patty by times talks too much, but he refuses tance, hesald In his McHenry speech, intrusted in midnight darknew, tbe aid in this emergency, which vitally VKI. DAM. to. Now, who is to pay this extra staying away from tbe polls on the to mention Goebel in any of bis edi- the other fellows may do all the voU ballot box under tbo arm, the love of concerns my political, If not my perJ 2,000? Oi course tbe taxpayers have day of the election and thereby ats'.t, NIOK VEHICLES AND GOOD torials, which is evident that ho is Ing they wish, "We Democrat? will power and greed of gain rankling in sonal, luture." do the counting.' This usurper has their bosoms and tbe light of the sun it to pay. Besides seven school book indirectly, in the election of Goebel This Is conclusive proof that Goebel against him and any old sensible thing HOUSES GUARANTEES A been charged of passing the election of hopes of their ambition possible to was in close commissioners, the Goebel election and bis autocratic machine, which can see that. quarters about this time law for the purpose of stealing the dawn upon their political career at COMPOIITAUI.K HIDE; law provides for tbe appointment of oppress all poor men aud especially and that ho did solicit tho aid of John S. M. Taylor three State commissioners who may tbe negro. A few days Bince, n young attor- voters guard, but tbis Is his first time will, can they guard safely, will they G. Carlisle, together with of that each receive one bundled dollurs per ney of the Hartford bar was consum- to boldly assert such a thing. Goe guard safely, the people's rights, no Capt. John W. Headiey, notwithThoy also Ituep n first-cla- ss Livery year for bis service. This State board ing an unusual amount oi atmosphere bel's plan ol conducting his campaign one being near to hinder? Ah, what standing his denial to the Is a and Food Stablo. Leave vour or Jer coutrary. is to appoiut three election commis'. It hides the age under a and ventured to bet 850 that Goebel Is very similar to the Devil's alter he will your answer be? Men of no po- Should Goebel continue to apologue at Fluid's Stable, corner Markot and luxuriant growth of hair tbe siouera iu each county In the Stste, would be elected Governor of Ken- had been cast out lrom Heaven: worthy of so great a and litical party are color of youth. attempt to provo bis loyalty to Union Streets, Hartford, Ky, All making 357 county commissioners we may reign secure, and In trust.- - Too much authority will make It never falls to restore tucky, The gentleman challenged "Here this free silver cause, there is little my choice who may each draw $20 per annum color to gray hair. It will orders promptly attended to, and all shoved 850 in his faco and demanded It will make stop the liair from coming To reign is worth ambition though 'Republican Ibieves, doubt what the party will be with for bis retvlce, or a tottt of $7,140, out also. that he put up or shut up and the thioves, and it will make Demo- which be links his fortunes in Hell. stork entrusted tbolr care will have making n sum total of $19 440 for 'Dtstitmit im k xt 4rV....lIt feeds the hair bulbs. Goebelito chose tlielatter,but declared Better to reign in Hell than seive iu cratic thieves. Why, tbe bead of tho esjieoial attention. Thin hair becomes thick htlr, which must xvxji. ujujIUAIH rommisslon fee All of Heaven." that be would get a man who would and short hair becomes long Democratic ticket iuvaded tbe sanctu "Rob Peter to pay Paul Tlut la twon-ty-fiv- o come fiom tbe pocket of the poor, hair. These were the words a a rebellious ary of the saints and stole away their what they do who take stimulants for wager the 850. That man ii yet to heavy burdened taxpayers. It cleanses the scalp; respirit who bad been driven from the most precious jewel, Tbero never was weak nerves. Hood's Sarsaparilla moves all dandruff, and appear find no more gas has exploded gives true nerve strength, Now, the McChotd railroad bill is PHOIMtlKTOnS. prevents lis formstlon. since. A good Democrat, on bis way throne of Heaven to remain forever. a man that could not be tempted. We have a book on the equally objectionable, and the Repub. Goebel is in a desperate condition and HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Lima Irrllnllon from Beaver Dam Iu the Goebel prot There never was a mau, the Savior Hair which we will gladly lican patty stands pledged to tbe re. Satan' language is quite appopriate Is tbe forerunner to consumption. sena you. cession, offered to bet 1500 that Tay- to Goebel's; excepted that yielded not to temptapeal ol these obnoxious laws. And I ?.vssv Dr. Bell's Pine.Tar Honey will cure actions and doings. yK tion. lor would be elected Governor. This Tha first Quarlerly meeting for it, and give such strength to the believe that every honest man In Ken. Hartford charge will be held at Lib. challenge Is yet standing and not a Consider this, then again, can an lungs that a cough or a cold will not tucky, be he white or btack, Demo, Walton's Creek Baptist church will tn.v !ia Hasllf r,DU, Jerty on tbe fourth Sunday In present H T75 'i w cents l. ....- man, in all Hartford, dares cover it. be dedicated the filth Sunday in Octo honest mau, true to himself, bis fellow settle there. Twenty-fiv- sale hvZ at all To Curo Constipation ror.v.r. Afar. swv., Him, ci t cr Republican, wauts tbe rigbt to crooddruirirists. For Take OascareU Candy Catturlla. loo or tfta. uoniu auu paturoay preceding Worse (ban all, there Is a wager at ber by Rev. W. P. Bennett, D, D. cast one free and untesttlctrd ballot, Xtay.O. all 10 cum, drujiiUts ttituai mcoor, man, and hli God allord to place la Griffin It Bto, J C. PrjTRiB, P C, tf Beaver Dam, on Taylor.for $1,000 and MORE LIGHT ON GOEBELISM. it yet stands. Kangume Goebclite, laatitxl rrldnjnrby the bero is a chance for UARironn i'Uiii.imiimj iomimxy you ant some moneyyou. Wois know The most important event in Kenand this your tucky's history is rapidly approaching Incorporated. golden opportunity. Come and we the present. Not tbe crowning of a will inform you of these partiesjf you heroio son Fon Rogers, 1 from victory returning nor Lon Roobrs; J EDIT0Rs- desire to cover their sums. Goebel is medicating' to memory of 'departed ho- a defeated mau, amlilrjan is rocs vast monuments that lift their Offlco on Fox Stroot. in tbo fame chute. gigautic forms into the. vaulted sky, Subscription, SI per year In advance Two weeks ago Mr. II. C. Jarnngin but a struggle for the maintenance of Entered at the post-offi- ce at Ilattlord answered the tho freedom of tbo ruoet sacred privi charge- of the Hartford bb second clnss mail matter. lege entrusted to man the ballot. It to-d- ay Hartford Republican. the highest position of honor and trust " Pull up ! " That's the counsel very often given by a well meaning person to in the Stale to bo emulated by Kena incuu vuiu tucky youth, a man who provoked and is lippiliR down tfic road bathed bis bands in the blood ot bis -of alcoholism. fellow mail. And whtn the answer conies He who votes for Goebel makes a cau't frco will oflermg to shield, honor and stop," the man is perhaps protect n murderer, a treacherous poN reproached for ilician, a thief and a robber. Can the cowardice honest Christians accept, sanction, of that phrase, 0 v. "I Ra &$ia T. COLLINS Percals. Flannelette. frjgl Wo arc still adding to our large and well selected stock of Dress Something Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, NEW received every day. Read carefully our PKICES: ac a .Flannels. Cloaks, Capes and Jackets. for d j. to-d- cuprew raisr, Overcoats Overcoats Our Millinery one-ce- Gentlemen's Underwear. Clothing. Fellow-citizen- to-d- ". Ladies' Underwear. over-shlit- s, Dress Goo'ds. Boots and Shoes. e Bed Comforts and Blankets. -4 al $'-5- . p Our Picture business has been a big success in the last ten days. W e 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, es 1,1-18- R.T.C95.UMS. HARTFORD imiriHiit son IFFY vir-tu- m mm 7 TRANSER LINE Server J7am. 1 youth-renew- By special permission, wo can give our Si7-v- subscribers tho Homo and Farm with The mi uju ono dollar and conts. Send us $1.25 and you will goti reading matter. iruiui ui guuu I W, 1 i IHUW p M P'" l."T if P" lyiHW, 'V .lwppimtiiii'- - " " '?Jiffijif'-- n Every Department READY vw 2 Mrs. K. W. Taylor and daughter, lira, and son, Saru Cox Taylor, ol Greenville, are visiting Cant. Cox's faculty. Mis. J. W. Poid, city, and Mrs. S F. Ilowey, Central City, went to e Wednesday t. attend the Loul-vill- FREAKS OF NATURE. FOR FALL BUSINESS. " Bono Romovod From tho Heart of n Largo Troo NoarCromwoll. A IMliupkln Vlim Forly limn 337 1.3 round-- Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, Capes. Complete line of Infants' Cloaks, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, and Boys Clothing, Millinery, Boots, Shoes, Etc. f5 We are better prepared than ever this sea . son to meet the wants ot our many tomers. Our Stock is the Best. Our Prices are the Lowest. '. -- JUfc First 5 I ? it if P While cutting timber In the forest Kev, J, W. Vallandlugbam came of Mr. Bill Flener, near Cromwell, down Iroru LeltchGeld aud nttendtd Messrs. Jo Miller and Willie Wallace at made a remarkable discovery. Alter the Rev Carter Helm the Baptist church last night. they had felled a very large turkey 'Pure blood nukes them Jibtt to kttp p (fit diSy round of duly At home, shop or For Wagons, Buggies and general oak tree, they measured off a log 18 store. If the btood has 4 UM or imHorseshoeing, etc., feet from base of tree and there sawed Blacktmithing, purity, or J run down feeling wmes on, call on Mcllenry Manufacturing and the long into, After the laborers bad the one remedy is Hood's StrsiptrHU, you severed the log from the body of tbe Machine Co. They will make America.' Greatest Medicfnt for the blood. prices to suit the times. tree, it was discovered that a bone had Poor Dlood "SHy blood oxs so poor that in hottest "weather I felt cold. Now is the time to get n Rocking been cut in twain by the saw in the Hood's SarsapariUa made me tuarm. It is Blft, heavy, fleece lined Underwear, elegant Chair free of charge. We are going heart of the tree. It measured about the right thing in the right place." Ilatlle &p-c quality, would be cheap at 40c, our price 25c... 12 Inches In length and was of good J. Taylor. Woodstown. If. J. to give you one with every $15 cash purchase. Don't fall to get a ticket. size. Tbe tree was perfectly sound at Ladles fust bhclc cotton Hose, fleece-linebase.and where the cut was made, ex Cahson & Co. 7UC worth soc, our price cepting around tbe bone,about which Mr. C. J. Rhoads announces In Tun the wood was a little doty. It was re noM'i Hl'lii inirV'UVr1iri7thnon4rrUttag M Republican Men's heavy fleece lined Underwear, sold ev- - J-that he is ready moved by Prof. S. P. McKenney and 'only "cathartic toUJt with tloo'tftfrprilIJaC p7 ery where for jr. 50 suit, our price for you to call and see his new stock. will soon be on exhibition at this of. Mr. Rhoads Is a business young man fice. The reporter was unable to fur CENTERTOWN, KY. Misses Union Salt, jersey ribbed, nicely trimmed q q and will treat you right. Give him a ther Inform us of this mysterious diswould be a bargain at 50c, our price JOC call. covery, and the nature oi the bone, Things arc moving around here Mr. John T. Moore and Miss Mary bow It got in the center of a sound lively in spite of the very recent and -Ladles' all wool Hose, black, a bargain at 35c, q A. Ross were quietly married, at the tree and how it has been preserved so great loss to the people by fire. .sps our price M. K. church Wednesday evening at long, are Indeed mysteries of nature.' Rowe & Morton are preparing to 4 o'clock and left immediately lor This freak of nature will doubtless build a commodious store, the foundaMen's white Shirts, with fancy bosom, cheap Louisville, Cincinnati and other points elicit the attention of the scientists tion rocks are up and the lumber will enough at 75c, our price In the Cast, they will return Sunday. and crouse the intelligent to a few be ready in a few days. Mr. Wing Ross, of Hartford, lately The Rupnblican club of Haytl re sober thoughts. Men's good lined Jeans Pants, worth $1.00, sale on bought the interest of T. II. Benton, o yc price quests that the colored people of the Mr. R. J. Duff, Sulphur Springs, of the firm oi Brown & Benton, and various precincts come ont to bear has presented us a pumpkin root Brown & Ross are enlarging their Gen. Taylor, November 4th. headed by measuring 2 Vestee Suits for little fellows from 3 to 8 m 1 mr m Inches in diameter, store house and adding new stock al years, coat has large sailor collar, trimmed 8l I the brass bands from the various lonr and one half feet in length, growIn braid, worth I2.50, our price most daily to their stock of drugs, 1 kJ towns. Come one and all and hear ing a vine forty feet long and a pumpgroceries and merchandise. the man of fottune and Kentucky's kin weighing eighty-fopounds. Little Shelby Boskett is able to be J--, doublcCapes, 26 Inches Ladles next Executive. The entire crop of this wonderful vine 7 .u(s long, cheap at $1 50, our prices out again after being confined to his weighed three hundred and thirty- Mr. Massy Hoover, of Horse Branch, room several day, with fever. died Thursday night of last week, seven pounds and one nan. inrs Men's all wool black and brown Beaver Over tf p Harry Rone is recovering very nice NOVEMBER. from a carbuncle, and was burled at statement has been verified by Mr. coats, cheap at fS 00, our price ly from his spell of fever, and will, we Thomas and is certainly true. the family burying ground Friday. John H. General W. S. Taylor's reception hope, soou be out again. Mr. Hoover was a soldier in the civil A pumpkin weighing eighty four will be the most imposing affair ever Men's black Mcintosh Coats, good value at Infant son of G. T. Tlnsley is on $2 00, our price . . war, but since the close of that great pounds is indeed a freak ol nature; given any man in Ohio county. Five the sick list, but not dangerous. grew near the base of the thousand people will greet Kentucky's conflict, he has followed the peaceful but this one Mrs. O. B. Boskett came home from Large size Comforts, well made, worth $1 50, fjjl QK vine, and those that grew nearer the next Governor. The procession from pursuits cf a farm life". ber school' Friday night, returned to it pL.AQ our price summit were considerably scarred and Beaver Dam will be the event of the Sunday. Mrs. Sam Cope, Cromwell, died of worn by being dragged over the season. The Morgantown delegation Mrs. Tom Balls is visiting her typhoid fever last Saturday morning White Marseilles Quilts, good size, cheap at 75c, Kftf ground by the rapid trailing vine. will be. headed by a brass band, the and was buried at Select Sunday. brother, John Curtis, oi Evansvllle, wutr our price The vine was in perfect health when Centertown, Mcllenry, Balzetown, Ind. Mrs. Cope was a good, faithful and frost came and had It not been for this Beaver Dam, Taylor Mines, Haytl and consistent member oi the church, a Mr. Byron Petty left for his home to-- 4 gray or white blankets, good quality. . . . it would have produced double the Hartford delegations will all be headkind and obliging neighbor, and, an Fordsville last Sunday. Byron amount given. Mr. Duff has fattened ed by their respective cornet bands at Ideal helpmeet She leaves a family wa? with Foster, Woodwaad & Co. in one beef and a sow and pigs from the Butler county will join the procession and a host pf friends to mourn her de the store and made many good friends fruits of this vine. The seeds of this at Beaver Dam with 1,000 strong, and Republican desires to parture. Tim ot an extraordi- all the adjoining counties" will he that regretted to see him leave. large pumpkin were express Its sympathy for the unfortuMiss Felix, milliner for I Foster is cus-nary size, weighing one ounce each, largely represented. The committee nate family aud friends. now with us and is prepared to furs Mr. Duff is Very much elated over the has secured tbe Fair Ground and will Sam Jones lectures at Beaver Dam success of his pumpkin crop and says be prepared to receive as many as nish some beautiful hats and stylish night on he will devote his entire time next may desire to attend. The ladie3 work to our mothers, wives and Masonic Hall "Character and Characters." Rev. year to pumpkin growing. Rememi have been invited and will attend in daughters. Mr. Sam James has bought and Jones is a wit rarely equaled, but ber the root of this great vine is on great numbers from every section ol moved to Mrs. Bishop's house on never surpassed. No one ever knows exhibition at The Republican office. the county. November 4 is the day. North Church street, and Mrs. Bishop the manner in which be will treat his Come and see it. : has gone to her farm in McLean coun subject until It has been presented Tho Appetite of a Goat Dan Hines, ol towu, presented a ty. This Is a great subject in Kentucky basket of fine sweet potatoes, grown Mrs. Sam Shut), of Mcllenry, was Is envied by all poor dyspeptics Is quite possible that the and it since July the 6th, to The Republi- whose Stomach and Liver are out of in our towu Saturday and had Prof Divine will apply it to the Kentucky can. On account of scarcity of pota onler. Alt such should know that H. Davis to make some legal trans field. You should go and be prepared to plants, Dan says be clipped the Dr. King's New Life Pills, the won H. Remedy, fers ot town lots, one lot was bought to receive an excellent discourse. buds from the sweet potato vines on dertul Stomach and Liver 6th, and planted them as he did gives a splendid appetite, sound di by Mr. James A. Curtis, the other by McGuffey's spellers 10 eta at J. H. Mr, James Sandcrfur, son ol Mr. R. July the plants early in me spring, ine gestion ana a regular bodily habit Mr. D. M. Hubbard. It you want Williams. P. Sanderfur, near Cromwell, met potatoes grown in this manner are ex that insures perlect health and great your work done on short notice and FRIDAY, OCTOBER ao. Field's 'bus meets all trains at with a yery painful and unfortunate cellcnt specimens of the sweet potato energy. Only 35c. at J. II. Williams' right call on Davis. accident the nth inst. while feeding tribe. Those persons in need of pota- drug store. Beaver Dam. Many are talking of attending the try Dan's plan. It a cane mill. In feeding the mill, the to plant should Teachers' Meeting at Beaver Dam Signs of tho Timos. Sat- works admirably. Come to the Taylor speaking boy, only thirteen years of age, alClass this week. urday, November 4. lowed his hand to become entangled It is a saying ot old, that many We are Impatiently waiting for the Goebel's Hartford Speech. Miss Nola Iter left jesterday for her with the cane, thus admitting it to weddings indicate progress. What 4th of November when we can have sister's at Ceralvo. think ye of this list which has been the chance of hearing Gov, Taylor de the awful jaws oi a merciless servant, For the first time in the history of Mr. T. L. Griffin is in Louisville and the first three fingers were torn Hartford, a Democratic candidate for recorded by the County Clerk since clare the whole counsel. from his right hand. The unfortuattending the Carnival. the high position of Governor, had to September sotb? Just one month and We are .down on Goebelism; With our vessel trimmed from stem nate boy was resting with some de- prove himself a Democrat. We were 26 nuptials have been solemnized. of Mr gree oi ease at our last account. Born, Saturday, to the wife to sterm. Mr. 30, Ceralvo, to not surprised, however, at this, for It Miss Logue White, Ceralvo. Taylor must be our Governor'. McDowell Fair, a lair girl. Lee Myers, 18, part of his profession of late. Tbe Mrs. R. J. Stratton died Wednesday is But Goebel we will spurn. Mr. Clyde Klmbley, 22, Ceralvo, to Born, to the wife ol Mr. Jo. B. Vick morning of typhoid fever, after a brief campaign, from tbe day he sounded Rex. v Miss Rosa Bratcher, 15, Ceralvo. eis, Wednesday, a fine girl. Illness, and was buried yesterday at his first speech, has been a personal Mr. B. J. Arnold, 30, Horse Branch, Oeods Are Fruits, No campaign was ever to Miss Ella J, Sorrels, 18, Hcrse Bring your Chickens, Ejrgs, Feath-er- a the Leach graveyard, near White defense. Run. Mrs. Stratton was a daughter fraught with so many personal attacks Branch. and Corn to Carson & Co. Mr. W. M. French, 24, Buford, to Words are but leaves." It Is not what & of Esq. Pete Alford, of White Run, and as this Goebel concern. For one hour Pror. S P. McKenney's biby, of we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla lived In that immediate vicinity un- and a half did we listen to Senator Miss Oievia Jewell, 25, Bulord, does that tells the storv. The tnanv Cromwell, is very sick of fevers. Mldkiff, til September of last year, when Mr. Wm. Goebel at tbe Fair grounds and to Mr Geo. A.Herring, ig.Whltesville, wonderful cures effected by this medi Hartford, Xy. Miss Effie i5,WbltesvilIe. Whn needing- anything in the liv- Stratton purchased the Vaught prop so long did we listen in vain to hear cine are the fruits by which It should livery ery stable line, patronize Field & Son Mr J. L, Chapman, 20, Tally, to be judged. These prove it to be the Among tho many first-cla- ss At erty and moved to town to keep a any political issues discussed. Miss Marry G Hawkins, si, Tally. great, unequalled remedy tor dyspepHivor Country, stables in tho Onsen himself If jou need a nice Hat, see Miss boarding house. She leaves a hns first be attempted to vindicate Mr. L. D Smith, 31, Louisville, to sia, rheumatism, scrofula, salt rheum, none aro hotter equipped than Koown Alice Stafford. charges of the Hon. John G. Miss Mabel J. Reld, 20, Rockport. band, two boys and number of friends from the Carson & Co, catarrah and all other ailments due to It is run by & Martin, ot Ilartford. to mourn her departure to the great Carlisle, but hfs effort fell as flat as an Mr. Willie S. Jarnagln, 30, Prentis, impure or impoverished blood. Hocker, of near Mrs. Mary Stevens school boy on to Miss Anthey Sberrod, i7,Prentis. unknown. Tun RnrUBUCAN extends effort of a ten year-old young mon, who aro onorgotio, nnd Hood's Pills are non irritating, mild, Beaver Dam, Is very sick of typhoid sympathy to the bereaved. the same subject.. He declared that Mr. James E. Wells, 21, Fordsville, cflectlve. in overy particular. fever. he had never solicited the help of Mr. to Miss Mary McKenley,i9, Reynolds. Mr. Obe Chapman, of near town, Carlisle In having his Kenton dele Why will people buy "Cheapjohn" Mr. Sam Mitchell, 45, Jingo, to Miss Good white Feathers are now worth died Tuesday night, after a lingering gates seated at the State convention at Jessie Nash, 25, Marrows. sewlug machines when they can get 40c in trade. Bring them to Carson Mr. Chas I. Hamilton, 30, Whites tbe Singer for to cents a day? case of consumption, and was buried Lexington in 1896, but he adinUs that &Co. ville, to Miss Delie Hamilton, 19 Gross Wiluaus, Agent. Fanning Implements in season. is at the Carson graveyard Wednesday. he did solicit the Influence of Captain Whitesville. Miss CathrineCralg, Ensor, Ky., services were held at the No Headley to assist him in seating his the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. L Funeral . Mr. J. W. Tanner, 39, Prentis, to Creek church by Rev, Jo. A. Bennett. delegates. Whether Goebel did solicit Griffin. Miss Jennie Hosklns, 32, Prentis. Mr. Chapman was a man respected by the aid of Carlisle or not is a question Mr. Carson Kendall, 22, Balzetown, Miss Sallle Crawford, Millwood, at He was a of the veracity of the two men. But to Miss Josephine Baize, 14, Balzetown. all his acquaintances. will tended the MooreRoss wedding Wed kind and obliging neighbor, ever Best of feed and your stools Mr. W, A, Frank, 38, Fordsville, to the letters of Mr. Goebel condemn nesday. ready to assist hia fellow man in a him. He ties his own hands and then Miss Minnie Cobb, 2t, Fordsville. secure best attontion. Remember November 4 is the day neighborly- - and manly way. When Mr. L. P. Hlnes, 21, Rochester, to commits political suicide In attemptfor Tavlorat Hartford, Come and disunion threatened the ereat Repubbands which have Miss Ida P. Maxey, 17, Beaver Dam. lic of our ours, be like thousands of ing to break the hear him. ( Mr. R. O. Evans, 30, Fordsville, to When this other noble youths shouldered his caused his destruction. Miss Aletha Martin, 21, Fordsville. Mr, and Mrs. Ed Moore, Narrows, musket and marched to tbe scene ol Ghost had endeavored to delude the Mr W. B Miles, so, DeaneGeld, to wedding bloody battle and there offered him. people into believing him guiltless of Miss Maude I'ryor, 19, Deanefield, attended the Moore-Rosself to freedom's cause and the preserKTAimmAa ? trltUVOWU f Mr J H. Ford, 36, Hartford, to Miss He passed from Carlisle's charge, he ventured to take vation of the union life to the throne of eternal justice a tide on tbe McChord railroad com- Emma Stevens, 21, Hartford Miss Nannie Moore, of Narrows, prepared for man, aud there render an mission. Nothing was so apparent as Will stralehten Curly and Mr. Alvia Carter, 26 Centertown, to Kinky hr Ir without injury to visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Moore acconnt of life's struggle. Tiir Rb self vindication and nothing was far- Miss Mlsa E Miller, 19, Mcllenry. the scalp or liutr. first oi the week. i'Uuucan extends condolence to tbe ther from being accomplished. Mr. II O. Daugberty,20,Balzetown, bereaved ones. Prlco. 50c Per Box. The most flimsy argument ever of to Miss Lucy Dorlty, 30, Balzetown. Gross Williams will sell you a good Endorsed by the United States Mr. Hanltn Hurt, 25, Olaton, to Last Sunday morning while all'na-- . fered In defense of any measure was second-hansewing machine for $10. Health Department. was peacelully slumbering, an his in the defeuse of his election bill, MUs Llda Burden. 33, Olaton. lure See mm ui once. DARRAGH & RICH, tSEW YORK, N. Y. Mr Alvin Ross, 37, Centertown, to angel from Heaven came int) the He alleged that the Republicans had 8aUtma Wanttd, Miss IdA Carter, 34. Centertown. Bolt Uat,ufaetvnr$, Mattle Rowe and daughter, home of Mr, Jo. B. Rogers, Beaver Mrs " LittioMt MiaiHD far particular. stolen the Eleventh district in 1696, Mr. W. M. Foreman, 34 Barrett's Annu Bell, leave for ttulr home in Dam, and claimed his little baby, thereby giving the State to McKinley, , to Miss Leila A. Allen, 21, (0 die several times, )et I am spired Greenville to day. (0 tell how 1 was saved," writes Mrs. Ruby, aud bore the spirit of a father's but his allegation ' was all. He never Narrows. Mr Robt. Engleby, 21, Render, to A. A. Stowe, 237 N. tth St., Sail Come to Carson & Co. for Dry nrlde to that blessed land, where attempted to pjoye it. He knew every Jose. Cal. Fannie Russell, 18, Render. "I had valvular heart Goods, Clothing,' Shoes, Boots, No troubles and sorrows are unknown. word ol his story was a lie, pure and Miss Mr John T Moore, 37, Hartford, to trouble so severe that I was proKind and willing bands did nil possl simple, and, as a matter ol course, did tlons and Furniture, nounced 'gone two different times. bte to prolong Ruby's earthly stay in not attempt to produce any proof of Miss Mary A. Ross, 21, Hartford. Mr. L C. Fielden, 18, Maxwell, to The valves of my heart failed to Miss Etta Thomas returned home valu. The time had come for life to his assertion. For the benefit of our work properly, and circulation was Miss Annie Tichenor, 18, Heflln, and Saturday after a month's visit to rela cease and death to take its place, and readers who have not seen the official m so sluggish that the slightest exertion father, mother and sUter, were loiced tlves in' Bowling Gteen. Surgeons. Ho Foolocl 'There Is no produced fainting. to bow to the Inevitable and behold vote ol the Eleventh district tor 1895 hope said my physician, so I decided Schroder's Floating Studio is now tbe sweet face of their beloved bby and 1896, we here give it: will speak at All doctors told Renlck Hamilton, to try Dr.. Miles' Heart Cure and the Republican vote in 1895, 31,397. at Calhoun, and will return to Harts and sister for the last time, Sun of West Jefferson, O., after suffering result 1 consider miraculous. departed I am from the father's Republican vote in 1896. 37,166, ford, December the 1st. tf shine and darkness lowered heavily --18 months from Rectal Fistula, he 9 realm Gain over '95, 5.869. Percent, gain would die unless a costly operation satisfied it saved my life." next Mrs, Mary Craig Hilllard and sou, The remains or tbe little babe were over '95. 7. latd to rest Sunday alteruoon In the was petlorraed but be cured himself Master Charles, of N. C, are visiting famllv burvlntr around four miles Democratic vote of 1895, 9,330, with five boxes Bucklen'a Arnica Mr. T. L Griffin's family. south ol Beaver Dam. The grief of 1896, 13 783. Democratic vote Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth, it toM-b- all drupguU on curntce stricken father and family have the Gain over '95, 3.563- er cn' and tbe best Salve In the World. 35 We don't give Chairs with the first bottle txnehu or money back. sympathy of their many friends, in Book cu bcut and nenrci itnt free. over '93, 38, cents a box, Sold by J, 11. Williams, gala sales, but will ou all other sales. this, the greatest trial, to which Ladles are Invited and expected to Dr. Mllas Msdlcal Company, Elkhart Ind. Demo. Druggist, is subjected. It will be observed that, the Carson & Co present. Jones-lecture drvinal. l'uiiikl. , ol Il Long; NOTE OUR PRIORS: -- nr j. .aa ylc iPIl 7U ur it percent, more in 1896 than did tbe Republicans, If there be an honest Democrat in the confines of Kentucky, we appeal to him. in the name of justice, to show us where and how the Republicans stole the Eleventh diitrlct If any man will venture, let him coiSe ftrtb, or send some one besides tin murderer ol John Sandford, for he has come and proved nothing. If this honest man will come forward and clear away this mystery, clearly showing that the Re publicans did steal the election In the Eleventh district in '96, The Republican and its editors will turn for Goebel and all his horrid principles The man who charges tbe Republican party of this heinous crime is a lUr and the truth Is not in him. The only explanation given for his iniquitous law was that the Republicans could not steal the election this fall Goebel and Goebelites should remember that the Republican party onlj demands justice. It only asks "equal rights for all and exclusive privileges to none." It Insists that Its members be allowed the privilege ol free men It demands that each legal voter be allowed to vote and that vote counted as cast Goebel ard Goebelites, take warning, this will the Republican party have or bathe the sword ol free dom in the bosom of treason. To size Goebel's speech up in a nut shell, "it was a failure." No one pronounced it a success but the most bitter partisan. Democrats were heard to say : "This man Goebel has been charged of killing a niau. He didn't deny it It must be true." Hc'dld kill an innocent man and his widow is now in an asylum at Lexington, Ky Thursday of last week was a bard day on Goebelism In Ohio county. cratic party gained "Honest Labor Bears v.sr K a Lovely Face' There is nothing more pleasing to look upon than a hearty, ruddy face, gained by honest toil. They are the saving of the nation, these toilers of both sexes, struggling for daily bread. T "OT ZTSr faozJ AN OPEN INVITATION. By compurison of price and quality, IS you are better enabled to make your fall purchases understandingly. 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. tTwOtfy SqMaf) I AN HONEST PROPOSITION Prom now until January 1st, 1000, wo propose to givo frco with every 815 00 worth of cash business, one good oak, cane seated Rocking Chair. This Chair is well worth $1.60 in spot cash and something that overy housekeeper needs. In doing this we do not intend to advance the prices on goods, but cut them a shade lower. Below we quote prices on a few articles: 0 v p.lV r j ,n Good Prints 4c to 5c. Factory Cotton 4c ta Gc. Uo i ouiruug iu wiuu juo. ouiruug uu 10 iuc. Good B'eached Cotton, one yard wide 5c. A better grado one yard wide 7c, 8c and 10c. While carpet Warp 1 5c. Colored carpet Warp 16c. Canton Flannel 5c to 10c. All wool red Flannel 13c. Blankets 45c per pair. All wool Blankets S2.75 per pair, Jeans Pants 6O0 to 51.25. lioya suits 05c. Men's Suits 82.50. All ivomI Suits $5.00. Children's grain Shoes 75c. Misses Shoes '85c. Ladies glove grain Shoes 81.00. Ladies il grain Shoes $1.25. Men's heavy Shoes $1 to $1.50. We also keep a full line ladies and gents cotton nod woolen Underwear, men's Hats and Caps, Shirts, n full line of Furniture and lots of other things that wc haven't sufficient room to mention. Don't fail to see us and examine our stock. We know that you will be sure to buy. uieacno-- Remember, your ticket will not bo punched unless you pul up tbe cash at the time that you purchase the goods. This offer includes everything that we sell except fertilizer. 48c 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 tho kind of suits that you desire, and made up in the manner most becoming to jou, with a fit and finish that is perfectly satisfactory. You get them at economical prices, too. The Edward Rose & Co., Chicago, make. Be wise and inspect our line before buying. The Place is FAIR & CO., THE FAIR DEALERS. Hartford Republican. y X CARSON & CO. -- CSfcL j& &m. -- m. Limy Static ilffi II lit mm have just opened a General Store in Hartford and kindly invite the public to examine my stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. I EEOWI UNTIL EVERYTHING IS NEW, JUST FROM THE FACTORY. Full particulars will bo given next week. ato Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times. Very respectfully, S Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty. Give them a call. t'Given Up 'msssssasim Anti- Kink 1 s tj Republican Speaking 5,000 people will hear Gen. Taylor on November 4. Ladles from every Capt. N. T. Howard, Republican town and rural district In the county nominee for State Senator, and Hon. will be here. Taylor clubs from all R C Jarnagln, Republican nominee lor Representative, will address the the adjoining counties will come to the citizens of Ohio county at the follow- -, hearafFird boy from Butler. You can not to miss this rare treat. Ing times ami places: Monday, October 23d, Centertown at night. Tuesday, October 4th, Point Pleas-an- t Church at night. Wednesday, October 25th, Equality church at night. Thursday, October' 36th, Ceralvo School House at nlht. Speaking begins at I and 7 31 p m. C. P. KKOWN. If not. something must be Ch'm'n Campaign Committee. wrong with its food. If the 1 mother's milk doesn't nour- Wciik Ey Are Mad HIroiiir, ish it, she needs SCOTTS dim vision made clear, stjes removed and granulated lids or sore eves of EMULSION. It supplies the any kind speedily and effectually elements of fat required for cured b tbe use of Sutherland's Kajjle Kye Salve It's put up In tubes, and tle baby. If baby is not sold on a guarantee bv all good drui;. ; ; nourished by lb artificial Klsts. For sale b Z Wayne. Griffin & nro. tf ; ; food, then it requires Public Speaking. ..ia.iiiiiiiii Does the Baby Thrive f l Notloo. Lost on the Fair grounds, Saturday afternoon, between lour and five o'clock one pocket book containing one $o and one tS bills and some notes containing Sanirtd R Brown's name, finder will please leave same at this office and will be amply rewarded, Sanfred R. Okowh. S.. Tavlor la coining- - to , -Hartford, Nov 4- IJvery man favors Ing honest elections and opposed to government ny commissions snoum hear him. It will be a treat rarely enjoyed. -- Hon. M. L. Heavrin Ernest Woodward Scott's Emulsion Half 1 teaspoonfut three or four times a day in Ks hnfile will have the desired effect. It seems to have a ; , ; , ; , IB IBIO Saturday night, Ootobor 21. Per-tiliz- I" Heart DR. MILES' r.n. W. ... ., . .magical effect upon babies snrl Killrlrorv A fiftV.Ttkt bottle wiH prove the Ol juur Curm Should sioitiittirui to taken la $ummr M winter. well 4ii.a),I4niuUu. k; ; SCOTT 'SrBOWhiTch'nUu.KiwYwk. lty be rr 71 i ill n Hartford Republican. A SMALL SPOT FRIDAY. O 'TOSK't 2 EXPOSED BY CARLISLE MAY BE CANCER. MOST Thn neatest cure should be riven to GASES HAVE any little sore. liltnulo or scratch which snows no disposition 10 noai unacr IT CIDOT 10 ory treatment. No ono can tell how soon these RrrtAntU A I rlnol flO will develop Into Cancer of the wont tv.e.So many people dlo from Gtnoer simply beMERE PIMPI EQ cause they do not know just what the disease Is; I llflrLLOi IllCnC ther naturally tum themaolves over to the doctors, ana aro forced to submit to a cruel and danerrous operation the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. Tlio diseuso Cromptly returns, however, and Is evon more violent and destructive than Cancer Is a deadly poison In tho blood, and an operation, plaster, or other external treatment can nave no effect whatever upon it. The euro must come from within the hut vestige of poison must bo eradicated. Mr. Wm Wolpole. of WoNhtown, S. D.sayst "A little blotch about tho stzo of a pea came under my left eye gradually growing larger, from which shooting pains at intervals ran in all directions. I became greatly nlanncd an consulted n good doctor, who pronounced ft Cancer, nni advised that it bo cut out, but this I could not conti. cVS sent to, I read in my local paper of n euro effected by wX $?&y. BB. 8.. and decldeil to try It. it actl like a cnarm me VIOLENT TN-$P$ra'wtwt vu Despicable Duplicity of Wobbling William Goebel. THAT WASHINGTON CONFAB inmijs. tfpv mmj This gradually grow lri8 and then dKeon- l& very frr-i'ly-. i,mi. injn .'i,r- cLf2 llllliru nilUKfiner, iwtllin i biiihii KKi ped off and now onlv n healthy little scar remain where my me once nei i iuii sway.-lll- aa pwhst threatened to Positive! tho only euro for Cancer is Swift's Specific pi t iiroy because it is tho only remedy which can go deep enough to reach tho root of the dlseaso and force it out or the system permanently. A surgical operation docs not reach the blood tho real seat of tho dlseaso because the blood can Insist upon B. H. 8.; nothlug can take its pl.ice. tint be cut amity tf. S. S. cures nhw any caso of Scrofula, Lozerna. Rheumatism. Contagions or any other form of blood dlseaso Valuable -- Tolon, Ulcers, Sores, Blood books 'on Cancer and Fllood Diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Spuciilo Company. Atlanta, Georgia. 8. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Union Depot, Seventh & ST. A.y.a;yi.i-AiLOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY ) at it'.. Louisville to St. Louis rrE and River. Ticket Office, 222 fourth Attune. sxr & 1XA.XSCXX 1st, 1DOO. & East No. 46 8:55P ni West. Leave Louisville " Ovvensboro 11:40a m ' Henderson iz:45P m " Evansville 1:151m " Mt.Vernon, 111 Arrive St Louis 7:32? m No. 41. 7:45a m St. Louis to Lotiisvillo No. 45. No 44 7:56a ra &35P m Ieave St Louis " Mt.Vetnon 11:58pm " Evansville 2:20)1 m 13:551 m " Henderson 2:4(ip ui 1:25am O.veusboio 3 44P m 7:20a m Atrive Louisville 7!45p m No 43 2:4a m 3:10a ra 4:00a m 7:30a m 1:25am EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. No. 44 No 46 No. 42 Leave Evansville a:2op m 6:50a m 2:45a m " Henderson 2:46p m 3:10a m 7:15a m " Owensboro 8:151 m 3M4P m 4:00a m Hawesville 4t5',a tn 4:4'1P ru 9'l3a m Arrive Louisville 12 35P m 7 45P m 7:30a m n All trains tun thri ui-- so'ld to Evansville Thnuh Pirlor Cur and Sleepers 011 nil twins to Kvansville and St Louis. Num'itrs 4t aud 42 connect at Irviujjton fir Fordsville & Hardinsbutu daily 36 Owensboro. . Henderson. . Arrive Evansville . No. 41 Leave Louisville . . . . 7:45a m " Hawesvtlle. . . . 10:43am " " . . . . . . 11:40am I2:45p m 1:15pm 8:04pm 9:05pm :o:tup m 10:40pm 4!5op 111 n:o8im No 45 8:350 m 12:58pm 12.55a m .... .... .... .... .... Pnll-nia- gLM-OESO?-LAR wtiltk4iiiUkhlr ml. tL iitawi'kiiKkiit Drirtirraii. l.ta II VttfM iMHLUal It jrour Douro. u. v.aijrrii dpot. Youcaurzun.ite n mil ribt-flrcprrmrnlrd. quiltoor7ftf wiai nod it cio.Utl V" llf C'.lrU. ntourvavTiu;uiivvvrxiw t r rtbaiibrKuriimdrcrUMa uyoinen 11 uorvuvni ri t lit .iftitit r prcll i0 dajt' wfJcr prloe, S3l7S lr. PRICE -;- prlc S fkur. mail be Tore, tuh r Mfcr n A OWE QUEEHlioni urtbotuilUU.Bllt8'U'irTEiT i. 1 wuu mMi. from tL illmtrUanhowit, which t: .uade Irom onj quarter aaw4 I i if' ( i,nru hiiir!r'unif)TJTcoraUd&nUurokmenttl. n wit. ninli I ihfi f ilc, TIIKiLSfciltl.tSiiefertttachutiUti, . 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I. .ihtTi.eti , tMrlluwiu(tUWbtrubbercl0ttl,l)7 U il Ptwk and flnevt leather In TaWe. ll.K A(j1 itKI.N U (urnlihed wilhal llteUil iLu k rpurh mirror, nh.kl 1 lftteri fallal trAlunm. u ry modern IntrroTeraent. ir rcralahrrraa haa4-miii-W":-'i- .ft. uuJiulctJtc !. t 11W. cr t5 SPECIAL 90 PAYS' n.75 IS OUH t lurtrt-i- t 1 'rJ, rer Xli. i,ai us. llai ltt rUARf.NTFFD 95 YFABS.. wiihevery " QUI.1 I Ua we I mu (niariMiteo, tjtlte h wrtlttn biiMliut.' terma and corvlltlon of blcli If any )art glTta oul va Try It one mint hand It free orrbarcr. ytuar not perfect! eUl rtfund TDiirinoui;j If will antl-- i id. 6iocf theeQrpana laoldat tl,1(. t IHITI III I.T. IPIllll IK Al f ! T OURHELIADILITriS ESTABLISHED Utftlt Willi ut atlc yuur Lriuhbor htjoul oi write " "T ' T LUii.nrr m . uanvrDr anrnni tun n.iirau .v orOorn Eichftntre Nftt. Uonk. Cblcatroi or orman Ktcheniroluiik, New Yorkt or&nrnllrrilorctDrwa any In Chlraiio. IU t riplul r ..r IU0.0iKi.fMi, occupy entire one of the Unt'.t blinltlCM tlo. i.a in (t i(.go, bDdrmpiurnetrlrS.OJ)roplelaourown buiminir. Hfc nmoKOi ATI.i.04n4H7illiau9, S1JX & nvver7thln(r In mutlcal lrlle Uterjvi.llr MUlilf . .dull iwiiiiinimniinuiwiift lestruroeLU e( loweit wlioleiuilerl(. AC, ere (or frwefliK)cUlorBen,leDO kwek AaurrM, Mart. ' AP3. ROEBUCK A. CO. (Inc.), Fillon, Deiplainci Uf rViimm SU., CHICAGO, K4ifr) int ILL. araa ataul aad Ua bfatariaa Ualracttaa baak abllakt4. ' ..... lflfi ' Premier Tabulating Billing Machine. Smlnj Device nd f !. SEND US ONE DOLLAR BKSIaTOlB Cflit 110 W00 l99 aatWfw uok btuk, byireJhtUO.UvutJtolozamiuUoa. IIIUIUID It frrigb Jour and If fviund rfect lyattUtJ-ctor- .l'iiTT.'S rmMfi ml -f- f-OiCil JSmith C An Ever Ready,... 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""'. aM Larwr. 6EARS, ROEBUCK Lar (Mi iaca ai ich'Qmlla,aeweaafeeiiallaat va 110, (XI, Add rata, ar uanai ACO.llNOCHlUm.ILL rauaaWi ,...) 5lmpllflet Dill Making and writing figures of different denomination la columns. It In no wy Interferes with the typewriter for usual lines of work. mk roil oteeeimvt TABU1ATO eeTALoeus. Tbe Smith Premier Typewriter Co. Jr. . . s. 215 t&t , 5th St. Loiusvino. K "A "CJMUAIIUTH do nil claimed fir laam aiitlara a truly wunOurfMl tuciikinu, ibaTueiten lUid lur niuudlcluo wcui.aiuru taavoxOat laai bate ruuuJ Ulu CaacaruU my tinea UllliutticDJ 10 r tluod liai bcunpurlUoU anil comi lex tin baalm OiurcjwoQuurruUr uihl 1 Ittl tnuch Uclttr In otcrf wc ' Wiut.aiu.ii t. ttu.AiumiJutUll.'rmi. CANDY CATHARTIC BLD TRAD! HAD IS JUST A3C00D FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 ots. Pnrl.Mlllasro.. W HILL T DNIC jnoir.CiaACo. Pot atle by J TASTELESS W Uai OumSOgj Plaiant. Palat&Mn. Intnnt. T.it. rinml. Qod HTer Slck.n. Weal.n, or Orlp., IOo.Uo,U w. ... CURE CONBTIPATIOr. ... . H.rll.i .,!; f.apu;, rkkh Ttrl. Ill lin TA U nin SoUanil vu.rantil b ijdnif HUMU-UHKUtato C'UUKlWaowlIaUi: OiLiTii, IU4., Mot. U, UM. HI LilUUI.llO. l,.ntl.m.n: kU lu I ILL. HO) boUUs of iw. CI TABTKI.KM TONJO Ukt iunlit lnr. sruM slnd this r.&r. In all o.r aa 1 of II rrs. In Iha druf du.1dm. faaro riaiK ho. r Milil an artiela tost savo suco oolf crial saUa. Your, trulr, I uou aa Ivor luolft. tr. &f STAKES att illll,Il Nnitr L'UrM iu I Yr .3? . kBb ft. J ar.uwtla 3M1, A Al II. Wllllatni. ui your druKglvtc or br mall UlAftT QliVMWM CO ISc. ittnulta Uuatkrrr Mtf I'liH. 1 Whole Truth Tersely Told by tho man Belmont Is simply the tool of cap serve In the council. Saloon keepers. any man pooIroom owncrs. gamblers, tramps italists mai woum ucsu-oFormer Secrewry of State. who fights the corporations like I do and "fr"" mar OTVa ,n lho councl1 and is for the people "In view of these affirmative state- - of Covington, Newport and Lexington, KENTOII BOSS IH A BAD LIQET. ments and emphatic dentals by Mr. but no brakeman, engineer, conductor, Goebel, I feel bound in vindication of switchman or any man ln the employ the truth of my former statement to of a railroad. At UI. Coiirilr Dim Ua Srcarad Control submit tho facts to the people of KenBut these employes may serve WilDrrfanllallan an I llow Ua Oot III. tucky, leaving them to determine for liam Goebel In other ways. It they Delvcatlou AilHilllad In tho Btala whether be was or was cot will get themselves hurt or get killed he has his In 1800, and IVh t Fu lnwail. an advocate of the gold standard and Honorable M.u A.had to Form Tb.lr an opponent of tho free coinage of runners out with contracts to be signed by which he Is to be employed, Own Gono ntlnna. sliver as late, at least as the 2Sd day and under which he takes from CO to 1896. of May, 65 cents outof every dollar he receives. Mr. docbel's conference tn WashingTho Trna fltorr. The effect Is that Goebel gets rich, ton with Mr. Carlisle prior to the "About the middle of May, 1896, W. convention of 1836, B. Haldeman, Esq., of Louisville, while the poor man or his family live Democratic slato In poverty all their lives, for after payhas a profound Interest for nil men called at my residence ln Washington, ing the doctor and druggist little rewho care for fair dealing and upright and after some conversation about the mains to a signer of a Goebel contract political situation ln Kentucky and the It makes Interesting reading, and conduct contest then going on between the ad That story la herewith presented In vocates and opponents of free coinage there is more to follow. All we dcslro to add here Is that It was tn ono of full over the slgnaturo of John O. Car- for the control of the state convention. these cases that Mr. Goebel brought lisle, as bearing out tho whole story. he expressed a desire that I Should Anm. th .nnrlamriaHnn .mnn -- r .... r. 1..1..I .. . nnwsi n pnnrnrnnrsi nun lair, iiucuci uu himself from Judge Toft "for Jugglery The letter of Mr. Goebel to Mr. Car' subject who, he said, was thor with tho law." the lisle Is given below In full. oughly in accord with my views and 4, 1S99. 'New York. Oct Trnal. and Ilia Tariff with me and was anxious to It may be worth while to notice two "ttlciard W. Knott Esq., Louisville, my friends In our efforts to secure the Ky.: election of sound money delegates to points made by Mr. Bryan In his "Dear Sir: Your letters and the the state convention and the national speech in Chicago denouncing home Chicago. For trutts. Mr. Bryan said: "If an article newspaper clippings enclosed In them convention to be held ln reasons which were then stated to Mr. can be produced ln were duly received, and I nm also In Haldeman I was reluctant to accede to this country as receipt of several other communicathe request but upon his statement cheaply as It can be produced abroad, tions from friends In Kentucky and that ho had very recently talked with then the trust could 'exist without the elsewhere asking for Buch Information him on the subject, and that he (Goe- benefit of any tariff at all, although It as I possess concerning the position bel) was ln full accord with us, I could not extort so much. No one can of Hon. William Goebel on the ques- agreed that If he called oh me I would dispute that a tariff law, on Impost tion of free coinage of silver prior to confer with him. The Impression left tho meeting of tho state convention upon my mind was that Mr. Goebel duty, enables a trust to charge for its was not then In tie city, but expected product the price of a similar foreign at Lexington In 1896. "As I wrote you some time ago and to come ln a few days. However, the product plus tbe tariff." The price of havo said to all others who have spo- next morning he called at my office in foreign cotton ties before the McKlnley ken or written to me on tho subject the treasury department and we bad bill became a law was (1.12 A bundle. my desire was to abstain from any quite a long conference. He began by The duty imposed by this law was 11.03 participation, directly or Indirectly, lu stating at considerable length the rea- a bundle and the price of the American the political contest now going on ln sons why he had supported Mr. Black- cotton ties, while the tariff was In Kentucky, and, If possible, afford the burn for the United States senate at force, was 90 cents and then 85 cents parties engaged In It no pretext for the preceding session of the legisla- a bundle. There was no extortion tho use of my name ln connection with ture, but as these reasons were not whatever, because the price was 25 per any of the questions Involved. It was political, but personal, they had no cent lower under the law than It was known, however, that Mr. Goebel had bearing on tho subject of the confer- before the tariff of J 1.03 a bundle was visited Washington a short time before ence, and need sot be stated here. He imposed on foreign cotton ties. If Mr. the state convention ln 1S96, and that then explained to me the situation In Bryan's assertion that "no one can he had conferred with me upon the Kenton county. According to his state- - deny thaf- a tariff law, nn Impost duty, political situation In Kentucky; and ment there were two rival county com cnaoies a iruit io cnarge lor us prodthe fact that such a conference had mlttees, tho Hon. Harvey Myers claim- uct the price of a similar foreign prod- taken place had been stated ln the pub- ing to bo chairman of one and Mr. uct plus the tariff" was true, the price lic press with many details as to the Goebel himself claiming to be chair- of the American cotton ties would have purpose of the meeting end the 'agree- man of the other. He gave me the advanced to $2.15 a bundle. The Mc ments' alleged to have been mado be- history of the controversy, and from Klnley law was repealed by tbe Demolaw, the tariff tween us on that occasion. his statement of the facts I was satis- cratic "Although these publications were fied that tho committee of which be if Sl.r3 a bundle taken off and cotton erroneous In many particulars, they was chairman hod been regularly ties left free of duty. What wes the did not purport to be based on Infor- chosen at a Democratic primary elec- result? A trust was organized and the mation derived from me, and I did tion held for that purpose, under the iirlca of cotton ties was advanced to not feel It incumbent upon me to no- order of the state committee, and that $1.25 and then $1.40 a bundle, proving tice them further than to say in pri- it ought to be recognized. Each of the in the most conclusive manner that free trade "a trust could and did vate conversations with a few friends contesting committees, as he Informed outrageously without the benefit who Inquired about the matter, that me, was about to call conventions in extort of any tariff at all." The price of soda the newspaper accounts of the Inter- the three legislative districts of the was 18 a ton. ash under view and Its purposes were not cor- county to select delegates to the state The Solway free trade Trocess company, the only Washington paper convention. Mr. Goebel represented rect Afterward a one In this country making soda ash, published a statement In which I was that Mr. Myers and his committee and thereforo a monopoly, or American represented as saying that the confer- were in favor of free silver, and that trust while the protective duty was $5 ence between me and Mr. Goebel did the conventions called by them would a ton, sold soda ash at 28 and $29 a not relate to the sliver question, but undoubtedly select free sliver dele- ton. This proves there was no extorto local matters only. The necessary gates, while he (Goebel) and his com- tion under tbe American trust, but that effect of such a publication, which I mittee were opposed to free silver, and extortion was shameful under the forunderstand was promptly telegraphed the conventions held under their call eign trust to Kentucky for use In the campaign, would choose sound money delegate. You assume no risk when jcu buy was not only to Introduce my name Under these circumstances he appealed into tho controversy, but also to place to mo to use whatever Influence I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera anrl D irrhora Kemtdy Z Wayne Griffin & me In a false position In relation to could with the state committee to inthe parties engaged tn It I was, there- duce It to recognize bis committee as rlro will refund vour money If onmr fore, compelled to either deny the the regular party organization In the not satisfied after nsine it. It is evstatement erroneously attributed to county, and also to get the member of erywhere admitted to be the most Mic mo, or permit It to be Improperly used the state committee who represented I'esfcful remedy In use lor bowel com only one that never to advance the Interests of one of the the Sixth (Covington) congressional plninti nnd the p. It is plrasant, sate and tell-blcandidates. I Immediately denied It district, to recognlzo tbe authority of ill cep oct In a brief statement and so far as I his committee and Its delegates at the was concerned the matter would hare preliminary meeting of the district To know how to dif8rtnble is tbe rested there It my attention had not delegates, which was to be held betoro knowledge of klng.i Richlieu been called since that time to certain the state committee was organized. I Ilrnuly la Illuod Deep. statements bearing on the subject promised to do so, and accordingly, at Kc CiCdii blood means a clean akin made by Mr. Goebel and his friends my request a gentleman went from Miity ivithout it. L'ascurets.Cand) Colliar In public speeches and otherwise. Washington to Kentucky to see the io man yuur blood aud kttp it inun, li district member of the state committurint: up the lazy liver and driving all Ini Ntllluc Falaahood. today to fiom "In a speech delivered at Falntsvllle tee and get him to agree to recognize jimhes pimple.,the body, llrgin blacLluads Loila, Ltuliliis, uuiuh Mr. Goebel and his delegates at the in J th.it iKkty bilious completion by toUna Mr, Goebel Is reported as follows: '"Ho then reviewed what he had preliminary meeting, and thus secure v'B"ireti' beauty for ten rents. All drug ;uli, ndiutactlon guarautenl, 10,25c,0c. done for bimetallism, calling attention their admission to the state convenm to the fort that he led Mr. Dlackburn's tion. K itbtn); is useless to the man nl fight for the senate; that he headed his l.plobli nanliellr er?e; hr turns everything to account delegation to Lexington In 1896, and "During our interview we also dis I.a Pontiiirc cast the 30 votes of his county for a cussed the prospects of securing sound free silver chairman; that his county monoy delegations from the counties had given Bryan an Increased major- of Campbell and Tendleton, and Mr. ity; that he gave $700 to the Bryan Ooeliel appeared to feel as much Intercampaign fund, and that be was chair- est tn tbe defeat of the free silver Is often a warning that tbe liver' la man of the committee which welcomed forces In the state convention as I did. tuipld or Inactive. Jloro serious troubles inny follow. For a prompt. Bryan to Covington and Frankfort.' There was no reason whatever why I eillclent cure of UcadaUie and all "'On the next day. In a speech at should interfere, or should bo asked 11, or troubles, take to Interfere in a contest between Mr. Preetonsburg, he Is reported as denying thAt 'he was In correepondence Goebol and Mr. Myers except the fact with anyone to send a gold bug delega- that one was against the free coinage While they rouso the liver, restore tion to tho Chicago convention;' and of sliver and the other was tn favor full, regular action of the bowels, tlu'y do not grlio or pain, do not on several occasions he Is reported to of It, and this was the sole ground Irritate or Inflamo the Internal organs, upon which Mr. Goebel based bis rehave made statements as to bis politbut havo a positive tonlo effect, 23c. at all drugsiats or by mall of ical action In 1896, calculated, and quest for my assistance. C.J. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Intended, to create the Imdoubtless "He returned to Kentucky, and on pression that what has been said by May 23 he wrote roe a letter which Is ETEflHZOHHel me concerning his attitude at tbe time herewith Inclosed, from which you on the question of free silver was not see that the efforts made In his behalf IIMMIMIMHIIMIIIIHMHIIIHIHIM'IIMIHHIJ true. He Is reported to havo eald only bad been successful, and that his coma few days ago at Versailles: He mittee had been fully recognized. " 'When the Lexington convention thus secured control of the county ormet tn June, 1896, I appeared thero at ganization, got his delegates admitted Eh tbe head of the Kenton county delegato the state convention, and went in Sold Hon. W. W. Klnlock, editorially la an unlnstructed delegaton from with them as their chairman. He now tion, his paper, Christian County Republican, tbe home county of John 0. Carlisle, publicly proclaims that his first act Ozark, Mo.: "I look two boxes candidate for president and I cast the was to cast the entire vote of the delBAD a year eg?, II destroyed detlrelor vote of that county for Charles J. egation In favor of the free silver cantobacco, and I gained II Bounds la IB Bronston for chairman, the free silver didate for chairman nf the state con- days, this II not a paid notice, tut eur experience given In hope many landldate, and against Alexauder V vcntlpn, and that his last was to cast ether poor tobacco slaves may take NO. Humphrey, the lu!e gold standard its entire vote In favor of a free sliver and bo (reed." A MWril city candidate, and I east that vote and my platform. If be did this, honorable way ra qun louicwujins. iaao rwn for the platform "theie odopted gentlemen everywhere, whether they which declared for the free and unllm-te- d are In favor of tree coinage or tbe gold NO-TO-Bcoinage of sliver at the ratio of 16 standard, will form their owq concluUla fell Ilia Inith ahfinl Nf). fj 1, and Instructed tbe Kentucky del-- .. sions as to the propriety and good TO.BXC. far II II tills ioear.vaunl ..lion at Chicago to cast Kentucky's faith of his conduct, and It would be yew none? back. Jutt try a tingle .ote cot for John 0. Carlisle, but for superfluous for rue to make any comtax. H wlH work wonders) maVt Joseph C. 8. Blackburn.' ment upon It yen happy In mora way ttian one. No "It Is quite clear, I think, from these "My letter of May 20, 1896, to which xcuto because ol lack of Win, for itatcmcnts and similar ones made at his of tbe 23d Is a reply, Is, I presume. you can buy under your own places that Mr, Oocbel In Mr. Goebel's possession, and he Is various other (HMMMTEE. Intends tho people of Kentucky to at liberty to publish It It he chooses, j DRIMMST'S that he wo not Every druggUI Is authorised to sell "I, perhaps, ought to add that Mr. under absolute guarantee. with me In support of tbe gold stand, Haldeman was not present during any i cure every forta of tobacco usl ard in 1896, and that my statement part of the Interview referred to, and ) pur written guarantee, irvo earople o sou book let called. -- jjya upon the subject Is not to be accepted Obaora BpU and Vmciko Your 14 fo that nothing was said about the con. as true. But If these speeches left any trol of the organization la the Fifth room for doubt on the subject, It was congressional ihlcaroUuatreitUaaH new York. district or In the states wholly removed by hie positive denial nor were any means suggested looking at OyothUna on the 28th day of Sep- - to the election or defeat of any part'CAf a lie as thatT " 'That Is what I mean,' said Goebel; drew the charters of tbe cities of the ' 'and furthermore, I mean that this second class so ttat they could not tombor, and Uleirraphed from that t)cuIar candidate for the United Slatw place on the next day. Having been MnfttCi u anytnng g tM ln Kla. asked about the aUtemenU contained on t0 tne pa.,a80 of m by In a recent letter received by him ,ho gtata convcnUon indorsnB me for from Auguet Delmont, Eaq, Mr. Goe- an nomlnal,on- - r 00 not remembr uei saiu; It, and my belief la the subject "'Why, crery word of it Is a llc; was not mentioned. that and can't you see that the whole O. CAnLISLC- JJ. scheme of Delmont and Carlisle Is to RAILWAY DOYS. destroy mo with the sliver people of Kentucky!' floobai'a Kainlly and flow Ua Tbrlraa '"Well, senator, was the reply, 'do Unon Thalr IfUfortnn. Mr. Gocbel's devotion to the railroad I understand you to say that a man with Carlisle's reputation would stoop employes Is remarkable. In the first to such an act and tell as barefaced place he loves them so fondly that he An Extraordinary Chanco Around In Hnrtford And Vlolnlty. Forn Bright Man to Snouroa Steady Position tho Yoar Do.tr Kilitor- - Wo want n clothing milesmuiito tHkooHlera fur inon'a cum tout suits, pants. overi'ontH hixI ulsturs in Ilurtforil untl adjoining towns ami country. An) IUag In tho new " King out the ola ro(l, linglit itmti,ieoiully if lio liar Sing out tie false Ring ln the true " uxporiuuco nn a salesman in n stun. We brlnf? to you the new and true from the iiiinluinunt house or iiUiiculliir.il plney forests of Norway wliero lie lias cniiiq in contact witl' people, as solicitor for tnilurin-r- , in siiriinre,iiiirMrr stuck or oilier hixkIh can lunko dig uicnoy with our line Pine-Tar-Hon- ey lliu ear around ; lull nny irnoiijiriglit limn, oven without prcion oxpi'ri ence, can make SIMM1!) a mouth and Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by expenses with iho liiir outfit ho fur sduice to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive n'rsli him nnil tho opportunity wn givo Cure for coughs, coMs and all Inflamed surfaces nun u no win (ir.v.,m nis tune lo tlm of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes, Lungs are exhilatti'k; or, if wo can get a good muii The sore, weary couch-wormucus is cut out the rated t the in Hartford vhoyetiiiiois partly taken Is removed, and the Inflamed cause of that tick line tip with other work nnd who can demembranes are healed and soothed so that there vote his spam tiino to our lim. oon Is no Inclination to cough. if only un hour or so a dav,ho will do SOLD BY ALL GOOD DnUQQI3TS) axrorclmgly well with our agency Bottlea Only. 2S., 60o. and $1.00 SIsm Wm Inito men in real estatn, limn, l Til BE SURE YOU GET pit, lumber, grain, railroad, uxprus. I AM 88 YEARS OLD, and BvtlJ mnj ruM-- u wiu. w. ur. nnd other Imsinoss who givi their It flveaaulrk and prrtQAlmtrrttrf Dr. tafrlpaawrlaacootlaandmkla. Ilmakra aru limo to our linu with big re If. A. atttcaU. wrak I nan Stn(.-Mr- a. sulls. ' No oxpKriHttco i ahyo.'utolx Kr. Itdwaa. iiHCessarv, no capital rciiuircd. Wo For Sale by Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. furnish il coniilctti lino of cloth sam pics and stationery; havo no con mission plan, no can vuss, no catchy conditions, hut offer n runs iijii oriuiiily for soiuo man in vicinity to rtetipi high grado om ployinunt nt hig wagus. u Hro tlio largest lui.'ors in AmerYou can save lo to 15 per cent, by buying your 300,-tKica. Wo mul.u to meii.turo Lumbor, sash, doors, sbmglos and building ma-tori- al suits annually. Wo occunv en tire niiu of tlm largest Imsinoss blocks tho Cornor ol Inglo and 7th sta. o toior to the Corn in lliicngo Xntional Dank in Chicago, I have otic ol the beat assottmenta of Choice Lumber in the any expresr or railroad company iu State, and can makellt an objret to yon to obtain price for your Chicago or any resident of this city. lumber. Wo buy our cloth direct from the nnd American tnillit urges! I ll strictly lor Cah, which means that yon will not have uoojurnle tho most extensive ami economic custom tailoring plant in to help pa nny bad bills when yon bur here. existence, and we redticjjthe price of suits nnd ovrrrrat to from 5.tl0 to IS 00 mostly $f. -to $10- - prices so low that nearly will ho glad to hau their garments and will give our agont their orders. Wo will furnish a good agent n Dealer in ali kinds oi Building Material, largo unci handsoTJoly hnunT hook containing largo cloth samples of our entire line of Mills, pantaloons, CO UN Ml .i:Vr,XTII AMI l.MII.a, nritcKTri. etc., a ho k wlitcl. costs us sov rn dollars; also fine lored fashion NTS3CK plates.. tripe mourt, business cur's Itri.nltals stniioenry, tna'ter ami n i vax araaalLM PL rubber Mnuip with nutnunud Mildred Irlit atatt Mid pbd con.) ieie, i.Im.1.11 instriiilioi, - nil, f. .1 a..Xal- - a. faaa4 Milt) m MJ.CML fa4 I o a4l k,hieh ii ui.es il eus) fur a.ijuti tikiATu?mmaMmm 100 tM jiuu 7rv TM ' ituiti Off 'it tike ordms and conduct a pti fit trft mmM our 8pclal wl11 r Prlc J15.BQ efc M aBllfja. rt nhlt ImsinefS. Wo will nlsn fiirms' ,i!iW,,?liIitb!j,fcl OIVK IT THREE, MONTHS' TRIAL!" " booM,.! joar kilrvtvnt voarllkM mty CATjvumt9 not utlcntt, WaUavr oi confidential prico j.i, Age-i- t nraaa ajalN ftM trftiMor IuUsn at SaVM, tlU.00, !. - IHMtatif, ll rll fVttrtiH 0r Wf IWi BttklaM CaiaicffM, .un mko (ikIcid uml send lietii lo uSI3.DO nriKi UltOI OA1JIHCT th PMtMt Vftlttsl T itftredb YmQjhdA. 21UHTJZOX and wo will iiLikuiLugnruiuiU-- . Willi in Ho day and send d.rcet iu agent'- - BEWARE OF IMITATIONS , arttti mMmmm wyttf vauion TruitfiUa effflna customer by imprest C. O. D , suhjec to examination nnd upprnvnl, collect ' TUB? soerxx lartonitn, w fits PmrsJUrfix anas r"r rwsr e anai mui I lie agent s full sellinir linen and ev ' KIIII BltllllE BIBS. niTQ Till users or saas. MAUKUTTiianEaTMAKritiN AiiruiCA. ry week wo will Knd the. aoent our riiujs Tut.iiisraiAia.iuAi. m.u n :r cm in miiRTPR fiiwrn nv naopnia: K cheik for nil UU profit. The aguni - -w fafli.,s. fAIIIIY. rUAO ItlUMlaVIa, Oat. llJuaXraUUB ClOM(i(haMaldr neeU c HjoI no m uny and doliver n (mm Hf raj w MtUrM Ux4 rtC wttta fullM to tM tU,l u 4 bttd hm OtVM for i, U4 mtUr tu liBUa .4 goods, simply go on tricing orders at , tolatl IMI atUlM ttmmm, Km- t- pU4, MltMd f tVfrt-- 1 fftuaot PUas,nnil kkJ lrftvr illL,rMtofl ao & lihornl profit. Wednlherthogoods af muff ftdjvtUbM troMlo, lrv tamiiJnaitoailfeUUtTt tUT tnollon tif tb inm TitWftsV rnl MJf UnwdiKffrtairil fl.ft I OoBl'ire motlUtKks) fd. mid collect nil tho money and every SrVUlHa WiaMaajr aajwaSB,lM waHH,al ptMt MtajiOB laatANtvakal aKdUsav I IIY 1 !lMratr.llainTTaaiO04lllfLaVlJttUbfAMM week promptly tend inm iu one round liajiaoAll itOOfllll CtmT, (aUMl ftteaalU trr, fiAtaMil drniniM hmA ! ftl tkaaiaaifiiHai aviMara .! iritiiarArn ltnrr. check his full piofit fur tho veok,and awnttaWo GUARANTEtD tt rii,m imTlitTttiIlMtnii 4 r ill? 1K1 JSSfjSSMiM juK nawiifMiMirnriHftMMisutddolu.rrat 4Dials or satZZU fsvacv rotft. UMiM la fa,rtn tntf ira nearly all our ngonts got a check s kUdof ii J WJ A H M . vltl. BtTITJlNO atilM. from "us rf at least SlO.OOovery week a "sajairyaAtar BIT COSTS TOUNOTHINQ ODABAMTX1 ! ua of the year. a1 rnlcSI ansl It . bans a to at ttT DIUT inaan. Hiaatbucit A Oft. rm CsMirtaaafhlv ratllavUat a.ie.ai We will make no charge for the ll Addrett, 3EARS.MOEDUCK & CO. (inc.) Chicago, III. hook Ltid complete outfit, nut, as tho outfit costs us several dollars, it is necessary to protect ourselves against iinjono who would impose upon us by sending fur tho outfit with no in- Is sbsolntely neceisary to the younp man or yeung woman who would win tention nf work ing,b ut meroly, out of success in lile This being concerfrd it is ol first impoitance to get your idle curiosity, therefore, wo will ask tralnlnir pt the scIuhiI that stands in the very front rani:. us u giiaruuioe of good faith on the THE BRYANr&STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, part o( the reader w ho decides to take i.ouiwvii.r.r., ui..iTutitr. this work, that he out this article DOOfC KGHPING ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In up out nnd mail to us, with tho under- SHORTHAND. his line Gradnatea it this colletie prelerred by j ness houses. Write lor a beautiful book eivlnfr tesstanding that tho big book and comtimonials trom graduates occupying prominent positions all over the plete uiitfit will ho sunt to him by j8 United States it will be milled to you P REK oa press, he to pay the express ugelll 1.00 mid express charges for the oiitfit,with tho distinct understanding that we will refund thutl.00 as soon ua his orders have amounted to $25, " . winch amount of orders lie can take the very first dity. Don't compare this with any catchy uffern made lo get your $1.00. The genuineness of out offer and our roll ability aro proven by the bank reference referred to above, or you can eusih find out by writing to anyone iu Chicago to cull on us. This is a rare chance for sumo man iu Hartford or vicinity, to tuko un a work nt onro that wilh reasonable effort on his part is sure to not him from fiiuu to f UMiw a nay irom tlie start, und we trust that from among your inuny reudors we will bo iible to get u few good representatives iu Hartford and adj lining towns. Cut this notice out nnd mail to the inailo-to-inens- DR. BELL'S microbe-beatin- g Jt in. lill's Hai-Tar-NM- iy ' SAVE MONEY! at utr H) r ' -- COzne and. E:, re, Prices. THEO.E.RECTHT, Ll3L EaTr-fSLTrs-T-nLaaLs- - - xtj:d- nver-conl- rt, n - adM-rti'in- .j d Wilson-Gorma- n ' tV-- 1 un-,l- er nilC'nif,lr StrK V- jm j sua ..,..., W M$ I QpMIyfs m i. iii ittil l jr.rftl mmd Tf t, orrii A Business Ijdcie&iion e. "ffS? ' 't$&58S$S3$S& l BEootS's Piiis "I oil "Gained II Poukds AMKUICAN WOOLEN MILLS CO.. iesl Side Enterprise Uuildiug, Chicago, III., Mini the book and ugent'a ouiiiinote outfit will lie rent to you nt nuo", yo i tn pay $1 00 uml oxpre rhnrguH when received, tho $!.''() to lie returned to yon whun ymtr orderi JO nmoiii t li t2."0ii. Dunn (5 EMs." NO-T- Ritd, one ' j AC CAfttt?8&fl&t'& uracil inls nl Clay, CUj- Co , VV V.i struck lib. b k Hgsjpfct u cake it ice te utli .1 inionei us 'n litit'ne It seveie- 'y It her inte vet) ninrh swollen nnrl it i ii 'O bull, tlut he could m t mU without the rri ctt t brs, He m Sl (ilaatis lillOif. IWISYIUt. IT. ST. LOUIS, UO. va ttrHtrd bj phys'ciana nlso u'erl sevrial kino's ol line merit "nd two and cor ws nsP? UVJ'a.-Laf'AOEfuuira .1 tin f (jHllons ft whiWv In hMlunf? it, OCaUKJ' Wastry fr&ir&i lf. i 01T1...4' aatHaHaarW C3 u,isiriMn but nothing govr i ry flulnntllhe iuiaiMBiu..raiulaui.rflMUuroraiur ai sail1I.UK v. Ttfl BO Bali era v I'aln rsiruiLf SiTisf.cTuar, aliens 11 IfllJoiLJ, U11L rti diuuiis bettan riMng I hmberUln'a This broiiifht almost a com. iuiraniUATMifcwii.M.iiHouofruloiaicuiIIIA, hVm N.iMWittiH OUR SPECIAL PRICE S3H.O0 b4 t rolfbl hsnr, ordor. pate cure tn wrek'n time and he be- WE MAKE THIS TOP m Uto II.MuMat wub nrronr iir cuiaoo, BUQQY oootra lieves th't bad In r"t until this re rue piln iw tuanfia Latnat Stria For 189.). UtM Irumtbft 1M laiMiKd WowL iUr(lictlfla HiMUrT L'Uf ' I In lei wnul' h IV had to tie am ltrlld. k SfrlBfa, llittflL Of .lat.t. llUajaUr. ImI pirated. I'ldn falm Is iimqualerj tor ItisHUnuj iorawtxtuMm tlJa AAdUckUrtwiUrTh S4tuact,tflvla, sUMu 1 Kuf.twr HatsfU Ud4, full artt. UU,OaLua uHiii, litnitr mid thtiinlntixm Ui- otjiiAl t in iHC4bgfTTwetk,lkTUMs0atUrbgrMa ota.de h 7. We)ne Oi flli & Dro. iu ar i.ea u em irrcu I r.r ( hn hiik tu. Ml ua m.i.im. rf " ll.Unia. tuB.nlMtlSIS.slwS . writs sua lula arwir 00 Thla Yaiiv Halllnv OUR B1Q.00 il- nniKs. own onnKa toocan SOaoa DON'T llttLAV. That Ijiii Ttarli ran tie eurrd with - tlir wiuurul l8yi M Juucn ot Hie lis 'Iny 'l z nn una in-f- It will only cost you SO cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafo Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated in a large revolving arm clialr with plenty ot spice around you, you can enjoy as mucu irceuoni ana ease is youpiease. If vou are a smoker juu win ciijujr mo ihiko auiuainz room wun us arm cuairs ami couch, Tbe ladles will delight- - In the splendid ladles' lounging room, with Its lounee and Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing room adjoining. You can havo your meals In this car at any hour you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long as you please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. Tin Cotton Dalits thocllrt Una toTtias Iti trains rnn thruneh from Calm nu jii.iuiiuis ui loxaa wiinont ennng. uirecs eonnaeuons ara maae al its luntUons for all carts st Tuu. Indian Tarrltorr. Oklahoma anil tha Far Wr.f. n nta and uu ni wn.rarou ara aoing and wlien you wilt and wa mil Wl xoawUt jrcrar tlri.t win Mit, which train totaks to masa tha iiimeana tonneetlons, and will lead yon in luUrwtlm littl. looklot, "1 Ttlf 9TIIU.' f. r. USUlie, bil hu'r sai TIL lit, ..r(ui!UiiT.riii,riit, Ir, an -l - to-da- rjr.uiwiiuiv Ui'LAbfEU. Uuluc Addroso, SEARS, ROEBUCK "r.iW.efL500 'nwk. nt f CO. (Ino.), CHICAGO, ILL.