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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899102701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican The RepuMican oiuodTdixxs;Commercial, aud Louisville am the Courier Journal, bud the Toledo (O ) Made, and Louisville Dispatch, and the Qlobe Democrat, 3Fia,-tos- . 1 35. 25 1 year. $1 2$ 1 year, $1 25. I year, JSl 50, I year,$i jear, $1 The Haeteord Republican. OFFICIAL OSSiN OF TSE PARI? IK WE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL BISIRICI, Tlio flopubllcan kindly invites its mary roadors and irionds to glvo thoso morchanta who advortlBt) in its columns tho bonoflt ct thoir trado. It will bo rogardod as a personal favor. Fine Job Work a Specialty. Subscription $1 a year. VOL. XII. HAECTOKD, KY., rRIDAJr, OCTOBER 27, 1899. No. 14. J32 Gen. W . S. Taylor, Kentucky's Next Governor, HARTTORD.KY..SATTJPtDAY. JOHN P. MORTON HAim-OHl)UT. Special attention given to all busi ness entrusted to bis care. UUice tn Court House. N0V.4th.l89a A WORD TO KENTUCKIANS. During tbe three days just past there has been much music and oraBanners have tory in old Kentucky. floaded in the breezes, bands have played and orators have talked. A special train has traversed the State, and its occupants have been received with great consideration by the people, regardless of party factional lines. Mr. Bryan has the respect of his enemies, and even his foes pity Blackburn. A campaign for the election of a Governor is the occasion of these demonstrations. Mr. William Goebel is a candidate for Governor, Mr. William J. Br an a Presidential candidate, and Mr. J C. S. Blackburn A candidate for the United States Senate. Naturally great honors are shown these men, be cause of the high positions they occu py. Wherever there are flying banners, music, oratory and the applause of multitudes there Is much to attract and thrill. While the paitisans ol a cindldste give vent to their enthusiasm and press forward in their deter mlnation to make biui Governor of this great State there are other scenes that rail for the attention ot Kentucklans; scenes more powerful to stir the nobler parts ot men's nature than all the oratory that ever fell from human lips, than all tbe music of this earth, than all the pomp of parades and the applause ot nations. Kntucklans, turn for a moment from the devices of tbe demagogue, the appeals to passion and prejudice, tbe demonstrations that would drive men before the force ot numbers, and look npon some other pictures the happy home of a gentleman, a husband and father behold tbe slime of slsnder, hear the fatal shot of the vulgar asssilant of private character; look again into the once happy home and see the grief stricken widow and orphans, and again, the remnants oi a family union are scattered, and, again, tbe cloud of gloom and grief settling over that household has shut out the light of reason from a human mind. Go trom the vacant, silent halls of that home to a St.te institution, and behold the living death of vile slander's victim. Here are scenes no less real than those enacted yesterday upon the streets of Kentucky's metropolis The man who stood before the tnulti tude and, with brazen effrontery, asked Kentucklans to make him Gov ernor of the State, is be who wrote und published the brutal assault upon John L Sandfordrs character; who fired the shot that killed Sand ford, and sent the mother of his children to a State institution far the insane Tbe dsy that William Goebel securely fastened his claws upon the throat of the Kentucky Democracy the wife of his victim was committed to tbe Lex ington asylum. Is there a Kentukian who has a mother, a sister, a wile or a daughter, who can forget these things as Goebel parades himself over the .State and not merely asks for but threatens to take by force and fraud the blithest office In the Commonwealth? Is there a Kentucklan who can remember these things and vote for Goebel without banging his head In shsmi? What husband, if he has the manhood, the chivalry ol a gentleman, can look into the Innocent and trusting face of his wife and tell her that he voted to elevate to the gubernatorial chair the, man whose vile obtcenity in the public press sent Sindford to bis grave and Sandford's wile to an asylum for tbe Insane? Will (he fathers of Kentucky's fair women forget Sandford's wife and their own daugbteis, and make this tomedestroyer Governor of this State? There is a sentiment or a prejudice that binds men to their party associations, but there is a higher, a holler, a more sacred sentiment binding men to those relations that jprm the basis of civilization, that ties men to home Is there a Kentucklan who would dare suggest that the sentiment of love r home and respect for womanhood be sacrificed in the worship of the f licit of party regular ity? Have Kentucklans forgotton the traditions of their fathers? Will they permit partisan nnd factional prejudice to stifle tht ir noblest instincts? What, in the name of Kentucky's honor, is tbe f scination of a monstrosity in politics that would make, men forget they were born of women? Where Is the man who can lace the women of the State and declare that he is ready to put into the hands that slandered Sandford and then slew him, the Institution of which his unfortunate widow is an inmate? Does not all sense of decency, all idea ot virture, and the voice of Kentucky manhood cry out against such an out rage? Louisville Dispatch. 1 da fok .flsrar PROTECT THE BALLOT. ATTORNEY AT LAW, , Will practice bis profession in all the courts o( Ohio and adjoining counties and Coilrt ot Appeals. Special attention civen to collections. -- Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVUIN, 8HELBY TAYLOR, A TTOlWEi AT LA W HARTFORD, KY Will practice his piofcssion in all the courts oi Ohio aud adjoining counties Special attrn aud Court of Appeals tion given to all assignments tn bank . Acts gently on ruptcy Attorney at Law KY. HA.RTFOHD, given to col SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac making alio Notary Public lor Obio County. Offico North aide oi public square. JNO. B. WILSON, Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System -- the .fanses the tVEt! ' - UHLLI, lgri hT,.A.bNSTlPATON 1 umu PERMANENTLY IlAllTFOni), Ky. Will practice his profession Id tho the courts oi Ohio and adjoiuinr Also Notary Public counties. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING Buy THE UEmJINC-MAM- T 0 By (aui?rniaTg,Syrvp6. Wtm tr uwss roe eeoawii row h n !. torn. Will practice his profession in all Will practice his profession in all tie the Courts oi Kentucky. Special at- courts of Ohio and adjoiningcountiea tention given to collections, settleCareful attention will be given to a count Is no easy thing In the mounVoting ment or decedent's estates, road cases business Colentrusted to his care. Office up are great and ml Criminal practice. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio tains; the distancesbut the people the of roads are rough, Uire next door to Orifiln'sdrug store. County Bank. Also Notary Public. that district love liberty, value above all else the right ot suffrage, and Law, Attohney at Law,, Atto r n ey atKY. HARTFORD, ' HARTFORD, KY. 3U. 3P. JSTJESjAJJLm, Mountaineers Should Slake Systematic and Determined ICflbrt. The Ooebel leaders have been musing the Republican strength In the Elercoth district for several years. Since the election ot 1896 they hare added to the district Jackson, which In McKlnlcy 1896 gave a majority ot 1,3:8 and rialley a majority ot 1,072; Cumberland, with a Republican majority of 400, end Monroe, with a Republican majority ot 800. Calculating the majorities, therefore, ot the Kiev, enth district, one must add the majorities In Jaxkson, Cumberland and Monroe, aggregating 2.500. Mr. Ooebel, In his campaign, has sought to vindicate his force bill by a general assault upon the clectlpn returns of the entire Eleventh district In one Instance ho descended Into particulars and declared that Mr. Colston, candidate for congress, served as an election ofilcer In one of the and he made other accusations, which the people of the'Eleventh district should long remember. Mr. Ooebel and his bugleraon have been making a tour of the mountain districts, not with tho Idea that he can convert any Republicans or win back any of the discontented Democrats, but merely through his organs to assert that he bad made great gains; this assertion standing as the explanation ot tho "returns," which are to come In Uis night of the election showing largo Republican losses In tho Eleventh district. The Evening Post calls the attention of the Eleventh district to this condition ot affairs now, that the people may unite with the cttlsens of the rest of the state In a determination to vindicate their right to suffrage and to stind with their fellow cltliena everywhere In defense .of the ballot box. There should be no rest from this time forth' In any ot the mountain counties; systematic and determined efforts should be made to bring out a full vote and to secure a fair inn More Light on the Double Dealing of Goebel. HI8 NOTE TO OAPTAIH HEADLEY. Crashing- and Moot Conaln.lT Brldeon of ttia Drple.bla Duplicity and Audacity of tha Brasan Kenton Hom III. Reputation and l'olltlaal Future Destroyed. j ' ' , - LA W, ATTORNEY-A- T t'uIIIiVlM.E, UK.TOUHY. Will practico bis profession in all the HARTFORD.. . KENlUCKY. Will practice his profession in all courts of Ohio and adjoiuiug counties the courts oi Ohio andadjolnlng coun- and Court of Appeals. Special atties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt tention given to collections. Office attention given to all business entrust, next door to Post Office. to his care Office in building. Itrottt wlln yovwfe.UL.rjra. to.tl.iM tfcaejojj, UiQlimV Bl r.iov ta. Atrm lor MbuM, wttB.ro.,dtatrM.,.ip.l..uvll1 k liiav'r v h vnvx tin, ,riM u. bM, ifvMrff 1 J EDWIN ROWR. liZn!J BLBgo. koiM f atoro. ! AHORNEY J. S. R. Wedding, and CUUNSEUOR at IAW, (NOTARY l'UULIC) should be Willing to devote their time and, attention for one month to the maintenance of the ballot and the deLouisville struction of Qoebellsm. Kvetln Post Public Statement From A Public Man Hon. W. Rgr-unucA- Rowe & Felix, """? osT "- - HrJiljHm'toil Jl II lswULbvtUmLl.tralatBUr wiu Voa)h own tfcoLfral sjpt luiimriv var a XKOTO UAVtrem m JlT for BBBBBSl n. Ofclay, of State ot WhI Virginia, write aa op.ol.tUr. alrafrcl-t,w- b Ttvk It On HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald building-- . sc;! loeurc, or w rtfund montj wwij u.t twtuctH imumi, m ttt It Is especially uili.., SR B. currd it hom. wllh. out tln Hook of rur tlcul.ri WOOLLlV muI FRtt M sndWkUk.r rttilti IM KarUi beneficial wherever the mucous membranes are affected. Aa tonlo It certainly has no superior." of State. W. II. Oolet, " I most heartily recommend a as of great benefit In cases of catarrh. CnABUCaTON, W. Va,, Mar. 9, 1898. TV wAom it may conctrn: fnr til. Hi JOHN T RONE. ATTORNEY AT LAW KY. - t'lINTK.UTOWN, drtlrloii.trlptotti. 1'ai1. Kipotltlon, wUllKuod Will irnrllcelua rul.lun In all Ilia ,.lrv and rip!!,., p.'d. ihoiiM writ. KM. niljuluhlir ruiiullia eourlauroiilo mid Mud Court ol AiphI. Hptrlnl Hiirn-lin- n CUKEDwIth ,tK'U1. given lo rollrvlloiia, Olllcelu W. IlvinMllM. H.vec-urrA. Ilone Uullillvtr. id.117 thuut.nd LAllbilhonrl-'i- H.ll.til. DLfkDl Df meebtnta.l or lartrllT. mind i Wanied-- An Idea cf ton tUnpi IlAirrwjitu, froUol yoor thr rnAj OU- you Ittor. all business WiiU ZfOlIN WJCUOKHUURN brio- TaUntWMltk. Bpecial attention given to WaatklDBton, D. thalr ontruited to his care. Office in Court wyi.lUt ol two tutA6ri laTtatlo&t f Lw prlM wiar wutXca tod House. Attorney at Law, Ky. It. E. LEESIMMERMAN, nr all .yniptoma remor Sir .1 IrMt nl T..I lmonl.1. .ml TFW D ATS t re.trornl (rr. tR n H. GUU'I SOM, Hoi K.Atl.nU.O. two-thir- In tcs Wba em thlak Id) IS1"" Hon. W, II. Ohlxt. has cured thousands of obstinate cases of catarrh, and U perhaps the only efficient remedy la existent for catarrhal diseases but there are countless multitudes of people who are still struggling with catarrh and need help. To auchaa these the unqualified by recommendation of Ohley la directed. Is sclonttflo and purely vegetable. All drneglsU sell It Fe-ru-a a DON'T WALK; on tht .Id. ol your looti stt r!4 ol th. corn. Iff ...y II you h.r. A.COHN 18a. boi, Your druifUt or liy null OIAKT CIIICMIOAL GO, Attorney ai aw JUnTKonu, Ky. l l- lIv. IJfi Will praotice bis profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining cqunties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J, Bmitb &C., Market Htreet. noo Vherrr . I'hlU, Doit Toktcta (.11 oetlo. lull of - You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DU arrhoea Remedy. Z Wayne Griffin & afc-Hto. will refund your money If you ate not satisfied after using it. It is cv IIautfoiidj'Jyy,, Dr. Mile NcnTKrutaraufor BPIK&L ery where admitted to be the most sucWill practice bU profession in Ohio Of cessful remedy In use for bowel com counties. Special atand adjoining plaints and the only one that never lor rilljr Caota. tention given, to allbuiiness entrusted (alls. It is pleasant, sale and reIN Ouaraatcol tobatno Libit cure.makea weak to bis care. ab)e. can atrons, blood pure Wo, H. All drus(laW sep oct rv. - si:..:4iiifci ., l',,i.T-,t- J3 Attorney J E. DAVIDSON, lias, the Law, end tlior, uk H6 To that mHim watk man Wong. All druieltu, (Oc or II, OuUfuaran-teed- . Booklet and earnplo Iree. Addre.i Btrrltni Kerned Co., Cblca4j) New York. wonder-work.!- To quit ft Ea.l T.r im;. tobacco eil7 nl (oreur.be tnir lll, nri ; i Come to the Taylor speaking Sat. urday, November 4. m , m Kidney tiouble preys upon the mind, dls- courages and lessens ambition; beauty vig or and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased. For pleasing rcsnlts nse 20, 1896. Pr, Kilmer's Swamp Root, tbe great Quibbling Swept Aside. Samkidney remedy At druggists. Dut all quibbling, double dealing ple bottle by mail free, also pamphlet. and doubt are swept aside by the pub- Address ur, Kilmer Co., JJingnam lication ot the letter ot Mr, Ooebel to ton. N. Y. Captain Heodley, dated May 3, 1896 Just 20 days previous to tho letter to Remember November 4 is tbe d y Mr. Carlisle. Let It be remembered for Taylor at Hartford. Come and that at this time Captain John W. Heodley was an outspoken advocate bear him. ot free silver, and that this letter was "I wish to express my thanks In addressed to htm In order to secure the manufacturers of Chamberlain's his personal Influence as a friend and Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, an advocat of free silver with cer- for having put on tbe market such a tain members of the central commit- wonderful medicine," Bays W. W, tee. Mastltiglll, ol Beaumont, Texas. In this lettor Mr. Ooebel sets forth There are many thousands of mothers the fact that there was at that time a whose children have been saved from combination nude between Mr. Hodge attacks ol dysentery and cholera inand Mr, Myers to cancel the creden- fantum who must also letl thankful. tials given him In October, 1895, and It is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin & to the Myers committee, Bro. ra known as the old committee, In place A Frightful Blundor ot the new or Goebel committee With this statement of facts he appeals to Will often cause a horrible Burn, Captain Headley for his assistance, assuring him that the matter vitally Scald, Cut or Brulie, Bucklen's, Ar concerns his political future. It is a nlca Salve, the best in the world, villi cry ot distress; It Is an appeal for help kill tbe pain and promptly heal It In desperate need. It Is far more Cures old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, frank and outspoken than the letter Bolls, Felons', Corns, all Skin J5rup to Mr. Carlisle. It reveals the condition ot Mr. Ooebel's mind. It sets forta tlons. Best Pile cure, on earth, Only the malevolence of Mr Ooebel's na- 3$ cts a box. Cure gusranteed. Sold ture against any man who dares op- by J. H Williams, Druggist. pose him. The Hodge whom in this OHIO To Cure Constipation Forer.r. lettor he denounces as a liar la the Take OuacareU Candy Catbarlla lOaorHo. same Judge Hodge who came to the If a 0. 0. Ull lo cure, drugs lw refund motsy. The Evening Post publishes, more with a sense of .humiliation than any feeling ot triumph, a remarkable letter dated May 3, 1896, addressed to Captain John W. Ileodley of Louisville, Ky. The publication ot this letter la due to tho confession and apology made by Mr. Goebel In his speech at. Hartford. After taking his own time and choosing his own place to respond to Mr. Carlisle Mr. Ooebel constructed one of the crudest pieces of political fiction that any man "credited with ordinary Intelligence ever offered to tho people of Kentucky. Tho Evening Post recently published a letter written by Mr. Qoebol, May 23, 1896, to Mr. John 0. Carlisle. At the same time we published a statement r. from Mr. Carlisle concerning that It was clearly shown by Mr. Goebel'a letter that his position and the position of his committee tn Ken- -, ton county were In serious peril from attacks made upon him by Mr. Harvey Myers. Mr. Goebel had gone to. Washington to aeek the assistance ot Mr. Carlisle In this struggle with. Mr. Harvey Myers, He had pointed out to Mr, Carlisle the fact that Harvey Myers and his delegation stood for "silver, Blackburn and Hardin;" that he, Mr. Ooebel, stood for Carlisle and .Carlisle's policies, and that the only way to secure1 the Carlisle delegations to the state convention and Carlisle delegates to the national convention was for Mr. Carlisle to use his Influence with the members ot the state central" committee to secure the continued recognition ot Mr. Ooebel by the central committee. At Hartford Mr. Goebel denied that be had asked Mr. Carlisle's assistance and denied further that there was any necessity for seeking the assistance ot anybody, and pointed to the credentials given htm and his committee in October, 1895, as proof conclusive of his pogitlon. Now, the truth is that these credentials ot October constituted the evidence Mr, Goebel gave to Mr. Carlisle of the genuineness of bis title, which was being assailed, and he refers to these credentials In his letter of May let-to- Louisville convention and here organised a contest against the seating of the Campbell county delegates. This letter, following 36 hours after the publication of Mr. Goebel'a defense. Is without question the most crushing and the most conclusive political document ever published. It destroys at one and the same time tho personal reputation and the political future of the man who penned It It shows that Mr. Ooebel deliberately, addressing an audience ot Kentucklans, dared with astounding audacity to falsify the political records of his own party, written with bis own hand. In the desperate hope that no letters remained to confute him. It Is not possible to make any comment to increase the force ot this historical statement We submit the matter to tho people ot Kentucky; we submit it to tue associates of Mr. Ooebel on the state ticket, whom h thoroughly dishonors. Wo submit it to Senator Blackburn, to Judge Pryor, to Robert J. Breckinridge, and ask it they are still wllllug to stand before the people of Kentucky as the personal and political Indorser of Mr. William Goebel Louisville Evening Post and family. Bravo Men Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles as well as women, and all feel the results in loss of appetite, poisons in the blood, backache, nervousness headache and tirtd, listless, lcellng. But there's no need to feel like that. Listen to J. W. Gard-ne- r, Iddville, Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man .when he is all rnn down, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than anything I could take. I can now eat anything and have a new lease en life." Only 50 cents, at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. Every bottle gnarantced, run-dow- That Throbbing Headache Millions Glvon Away. "Itll certainly rrrfttilylng to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The 'pro prietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine; and have tbe satisfaction of knowing It has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all diseases of the Throat, Cbett and Lungs are surely cured by it. Call on I. U. Williams, Druggist, and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50c. and $1. Bvery bottle guaranteed, or price refunded. Gen. W. S. Taylor is coming to Hartford, Nov 4 Bvery man favors ing honest elections and opposed to government by commissions .should bear him. It will be a treat rarely enjoyed. Why experiment on ourelf with remedies ot doubtful utility when you can get Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy, which has stopd the test of time? TwtDty-tlvyears' sale aud use have proven that tem;dy to be a prompt and certain cure for colds. It will cure a cold in a day if taken as soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has settled in tbe system m Sold by Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro. e - en o WOMEN MEN .S j Would quickly leave you if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thou-sand- s of sufferers have proved their Drive Capital From tbe State-M-r. matchb ss merit for sick and Nervous William Ooebel and his camHeadaches. They make pure blood paign managers have confined themand strong nerves and build up your selves during tbe summer to an assault upon one corporation. They health. Easy to take. Try them. have made their campaign a crusade Only 35 cents. Money back if not against progress. They have attempt- cured. Sold by J. H. Williams, Drug, ed to Intimidate capital, and thus to gist. oppress labor; and to proclaim their purpose, If successful, to break down M an institution that is doing most for the development ot the. state's resources. Such a campaign does not simply Impair the power of the road attacked to develop the state, but it keeps out of the state capital needed to open our Thero ore few women as beau-a- s mines, develop our forests, build fur- S naces and add to the wealth of the 5 tiful as they might be. Pewder and paint and cosmetics don't g community. Just before the panic in 1893 there' n make good looks. Boauty la u had been considerable development In S simply an impossibility without S eastern Kentucky; coal and timber health. Beautiful women are lands were sold and developed; railtt few bocauso healthy tfomen ore a roads were built and many countlea 5 few. The way to havo a fair J, that had been pauper counties from figure face and a their organization became 13 1.0 laKO counties. During tho panto all this development ceased; men who 1 had Invested large sums of money In eastern Kentucky, and ho reside In other portions of the state, and the people who Inhabit these regions themselves were discouraged; value 2 This 13 that old and tune-trie-d medicino that cures alt femalo declined and further Investments ceased. But during the past year 5 troubles and weaknesses and there has been considerable change; J drains. If, makes no difference there has been great activity In all what the doctors call the trou-- S kinds ot mountain property, tho lumble, if thero is anything the ber regions ot Michigan are giving 2 matter in tho distinctly ferainino out, and hundreds ot thousands of dolorgans, Bradfield's Pc lars of capital have been Invested In 5 male Regulator will help purchase ot lumber In eastern tho good for ir-J and cure it. It Ismenstruation; g Kentucky. Large sums have been regular or painful In coal lands; several rail- for leucorrhoea.'f or falling of the roads are projected through that sec- tlon. Recently a contract to construct J5 womb, for nervousness, headache, backache and dizziness. a railroad from Jackson Into the coal Take it arid get well. Then and tlmbvr regions ot Kentucky was e girlish features let Everybody In eastern Kentucky 5 your and figure will bo restored. who has property, and thoso away trom It who have money invested M Sold by drureUts for 1 a Dottla, there, are hopeful ot the future. They S THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. know that in order to develop that sec, ATUUTTa, 01. tion, Increase values and put the trousers ot that section la the markets, ' tho extension of railroads is absonncrn WLHiimmnmi lutely necessary. Mr. Ooebel and hla platform are and hostile to the railroads and to all progress, and If elected his administration would greatly retard, It It did not stop, the construction of railroads and check the tiding ot prosperty all over the state, and especially in that That's what II cotl America but war region. The representatives ot capilo keep alive a diseasa that It making are dally sending their agents talists strong wen weak, and weak ma dead. through this section, and are lu corFigures appalling T Yes, but the finan-clrespondence with the people In refertoss don t compare with tho less ol vlUI power. Tha ever present ami ence to its development with retlS arts, twitching mouth, In addition, therefore, to the Intermovlna lest and tobacco tainted this est Kentucklans generally have In the tells the story. Don't you ttlnk It's Mr. Ooebel, the people ot defeat of tins to quit quit quick! quit atlurally astern Kentucky have a direct and py tuina personal Interest In his defeat With NO-TOBAof the Goebel machine, the downfall ttl., Iitiiirjri iitTnn lit with tbe overthrow of all that It a tew days all tUiIre Is gone, yeur as-stands for, a new era of progress and peillS IS peuer, jour mvw n Bunnoo, prosperity would begin, as welt as a truly R your ntnret grow strong. new era and a better era Jn Kentucky And then, you run m politics. Men ot eastern Kentucky, do risk, lor you can buy you stand ready to do your duty? your own Louisville Evening Post. HOST1 LE TO PRQffBESS. Goebel and Ills Platform Would Beautifulf jWomen J J revenue-produci- ng j j J frafflLWs : Female l&platori t ' ' old-tim- 1 BURNED CHEWED $600,000,000. al C. W amin-make- m-rJ- er DRUCSIST'S fiUJUUNTEL King ol All HlrtU, Is noted for its keeu sight, clear and distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve I for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any kind or granulated lids. Gold by all dealers at as cents, For sale byZ, TUB Kaarla, ErerT d runlet la authorised to sell unuer auuuuio nuaremw tocuro every rormui uwociu u.iu. ToUceuHplianq Bmoko Your .Ufa Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf CASCARETSesrStffi iHAtmMSSF --J 4. W.. . men, women and children oi 1,000. Who will nnswer for lliete unrrldntubj the li ABTroitn rum.titiiiMJ tuiiPANT solicited fabrtca'ions, tli'te unrolled Incorporated, for prevarications, lhes unpnnlniinhle hew? Fon RooitBS, EDIT PS. If there is anything indicative LON KCGKHS of tho great millennium at the cloe of the 10th century it is certainly the Of f Ico on Fox Strout. courto of illiara Goebel, Hon. J C. Subscription, $1 per year In advance 8. Blackburn, HooreyWoodaon, Willat Hartloid iam Jennings Br an and others ot the Entered at ttic as second class mail matter. Latter Saints Democrats. Hartford Republican. l.nel tual count there was a cum total, post-offi- ce FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7- - REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR OOVKRXon, ol Ilnllrr Comity. ol I4inlMTlllr FOR I.ir.IlTCNA.NT.OOVF.ItSOn, FOB RECItETAKr ro-wass- CALsa olHuoxl'onnly. 3 Of hTATE, FOI ATTOItNEV CKTSCIT ol Ilopltlnn Comity. FOIt ADDITOIt, KSATT, OEAOAI, xjxrv. rexrxT o. ol llunrbnn owxarrr, loaul;. FOIt TIlKAhl'nilt, ol Brcitlliltt t'nanljr. PPIII.lt' IXHTKPITIOS, TCXriT 3TOKS, ol t'nnipb II e'onuljr. ol FOR SCIT. word. IIoNE8Telectiono(ficer8,jula Vuu have no doubt heard much said about how the election will be conducted on November 7. This is all in the future. .Gml in Heaven alone knows how it will be conducted. Pre pareycurscll for the day's struggle. Go to the polls rarly. Be on time. See that there is nothing left undone upon your part, that could lead to a contest. Inform yourselves of your duties and perform them honestly, fairly and iquarely to all parties Watch, let this be your guide. When the vote is counted, see that all cer lificates are properly signed up, take one yourself and see that one is sent to the County Clerk properly signed. But in no case do that which you would not allow ynur political oppo oents do. D.i what is right, and in the name of justice; in the name of the sons of Kentucky, whose blood has bathed the soil of every State in this grand Union, from the Atlantic to the Mississippi for freedom's cause, whose every deed is a laurel to the crown ol liberty, in the name of fair and beloved Kentucky, the created Paradise, the home of the immortal Clay, see (bat every man's vote is counted as cast. member ol the Ohio county of conimhsion. This is to be clearly borne in mind. Tbigentlmau iu his eulogy, forge's and looses sight ot the outrages committed by the Goehel commissioners in l'n)ettc, Christian and other ccuii'les in the State, when the kttion i fliccis submitted by lhe Republican commluioueis were in ev ery instance ignored. The case of Mr. A. T. Nail, Ac. vs. Wood Tinsley, iVc , which you sight, Mr. Ringo, is a question to be deter mined under the local option statute, which specially provides for an Appeal. Seo Kentucky Statute, rectiou 2567, which reads as follows: "TUB CON TESTAN TS OR SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO APPEAL FROM THE DECISION OF THE BOARD TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY WHERE THE CONTEST IS PENDING, IN THE SME WAY AS APPEALS ARE TAKEN FROM THE QUARTERLY COURT TO THE CIRCUIT COURT; AN APPEAL MAY ALSO BETAKEN FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT TO THE COURT OF APPEALS " This section was not reppealed or modified in any way by t known ai the Goebel election law and it was from this local option act, and it alone that the appellants bad any right to an appeal; yet, In view of this plain statutory provision of the law, we do not question your tincerily or rd the-ac- and waving bluegraes, with bill and I Who would think there dale, with mountain and moor he said it should be tbe lair land of the pure was a favorite torture in the and noble womanhood ot hi, kingdom. iow'y the home of the brave, and upon the' drip on liU forehead. In a j"' 1,c stony book ol ages ho wrote thi in- - J1"'6 scription: "This laud shall kinwno Women do not, as a rule, ', H..w foolish for W iam master." drains which sometimes Goebel or William Bryan to attempt afflict them must at last on the to lead tbia people, by creation free, mind, sometimes, 11 it only rreiiuinesa, At other irritability or peevishness. by nature rebellious to any master, times the condition passes beyond to irrationality. iroiu the principles aud devices ot With the relief of the body, from distheir fathers. Mestrs. Goebel and ease, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Bryan would better turn to dogs and gives also n cheerful mind and contented spirit. When the drains and pains are "hay the moon than be such Romans." stopped the mind soars up like a balloon A vain effort was Mr. Brran's idle from which dead weight bos been cast Mother who ncer knew a happy plea for party harmony when Ken- out. moment when the birth hour confronted tucky bad so much at stake. A use- them, and younger women doomed each month to a period of mental depression less trip for the Nehraskau wheu j TtLi auM w"h"- "M re-a- H T. COLLINS Wo are still adding to our largo aud well selcotod stock of Dress Goods, Millinery. Clothing, Boots aud Shoos, &c. Something NEW received every day. Read carefully our P1UCES:, Pereals. We have them 16 all the new and latest styles Prices from to per yard. ignorance. CAXs:.J."wr.xrxociicoxieiT Connty. vnlt rnn'II flF Aflltll X'LTl'RK. rnie FOR STATU SEJIATOH, CJPT. XT. X1. SEPTRA '& Z2. ol Onlltr foamy. 3IOXT. 33. C rAXlXT-OXXTol tltmytr nam. FOR . a. a. xxxxrs"o-xrol Donilre. ol Jingo. FOR WAnlHTRAtE. . FOR COJiVTAM.E, The equilibrium of Kentucky politics has not been disturbed by that flying, braying, ranting Billie B. Wno ever beard of a minister supporting a man for Governor.who bad killed an innocent man? Minister, remember what you preach : "Thou sbalt not kill." The oratory of Bryau against the people's rights in Kentucky was like that of Escbinese when Demosthenes? was on probation for a crown. It caused bis ostracism from Kentucky society. If Goebel is elected, what may wf hope from a jury in murder cases? Should he be elected, will we not have a leign of terror, like that which blotted the Roman Empire from the world's map? has appeared on the Kentucky stump in company with Billie Goebel and ''Jczie" Blackburn and be has vanished like a meteor in the heavens, and left nothing more nor less than a small "crack in the wind." Mu. Goebel is elected Governor, may we not expect all the criminals and mutderers in the penitentiary to be pardoned? May we not expect to have a law enacted justifying slayers of men and their liberties? Should Goebel not do this he would prove unfaithful to his companions. Gocbi'I.'h leaders are deserting him of Newport, 1ms resigned his position on the State Democratic committee. Ho says: "I AM THOROUGHLY DISGUSTED WITH THE WHOLE CROWD. 1 AVANT NOTHING TO DO WITH THEM; NO MAN COULD LONGER TOLERATE THEM." Judge Hodge is a letter, in which he says he will show who the unmitigated liars and double dealers are. We are informed that two of the attorneys of this city are stumping the county for Goebel and are making a special tirade on The Republican. One of these attorneys bears the title of Judge, obtained by having graced or disgraced the position as Police Judge of this city,and the other's title . These is Solomon the attorneys, whose consciences are if they should have any now, in addressing their little crowds, composed of about a handful ot charge the twin editors, as they call us, of misrepresenting the We leave this for our read ers to determine and not these conscienceless, neys. What falls from the pen of the editors of The Rei'L'BMcax comes from men who live in the fear of a just God, whose name, to their utterances, is as precious and sacred as the sweet and happy life, which they enjoy, 'lhe good people, who read our paper,may believe the charges of these murderer-approverhut we shall be ilox in believing it. It they do, we must confess that they are not constructed out of the material by which we have measured them. If the lives, of those who assail us, could be read s they have been lived, it would be a waste of time and space to eay aught igainst these charges. rattle-brainGoe-belite- s, Goe-belite- s. s, Mr. Rinno and the Goebel Bryan Election Law. Mr. Ringo, in a very labored efl rt, attempts todefeud the Goebel election law, in the columns of the Herald this week. We are indeed surprised at the amount of intelligence that this able attorney exhibits in this article. We are unable to Bee how any honest, Christian gentleman can come before the public in defense of such a law. We have repeatedly called attention of the public to the unfairness of this measure, and we have put a number of questions to the supporters of that measure and not a response have we received. We question the integrity nfnoinau. We challenge no man's bonesty. But we do question the sin cerity of some gentlemen, who are in the attitude of deferdiug this Goebel We have contended from first 'aw to last that there is no pretense cf fairness about this law, and as further proof ot this fact, we refer our readers again to the election commission. This commission may he, and is all Goebel Democrats and these gentlemen have the votes of the Iree people In their hands. Mr. Ringo, would you he willing to entrust the elections ol Kentucky in the hands of three Re publican commissioners? It Is possible under this measure that all the county commissioners may be of one political party. This is the case in many counties aud there is not a single coun ty in Kentucky that has two Republicans on the county board ot com missioners. In every county in Ken tucky there are two Democrats on every county commission board, Mr Ringo, would you be willing to exchange with the Republicans of Kentucky? We conclude, Mr, Ringn, that you are not sincere in your argumeut unless you answer thesu questions In the affirmative. We have never claimed that Ohio county would have an Illegal election. We have contended that it would be lair. And now, since the commlnloners of this county have performed their duty.Mr, Ringo comes out and euloglies himself in a way similar lo that paid to the gallant dead. Forgetting the Good Word which says t "He that exalteth himself, the nine shall bo abashed." Tub Reitiiuian has at no time questioned the bonesty of any "Georgetown. Ky., Oct. a. The people tn this citv are very inurh In censed over the high handed work ol the Goebel election commissioners In appointing the ufficers oi election yes terday. 'Even many Goebel people have re volted at thisGoebelistic performance, "The names of the G ebel comrais sinners are Frank Thomason and Robt Wright, that ol the Republican com. mls.Moner, Llewellyn K Sinclair "At a previous meeting the election officers were appointed lor the city of Georgetown, who served at rezlstra tlon They were good men. The Democrats that is, the Goebelites secured every clerk at the registration except one. Yesterday they removed these offi cers and placed in their stead many men that are notoriously disqualified and Incompetent: the Republicans se- lecteo do not live in the precinct and some of them can not lead or write, as required by law. In one instance tbey selected a boy for the Republicans, who Is not ol age and is now going to the common school in hisdistrict. Again, tbey appointed men that are not housekeepers Some of tbem have not lived in the precinct 12 months, as tbe law requires. "The Republican commissioner was not allowed to suggest or present his list of officers that had been recommended for appointment. One of the Goebel commissioners btated at tbe meeting that 'they were there for the purpose of serving the interest ol their party and they proposed to take every advantage that the Goebel law afforded them.' When asked fir the tea son such men were removed in this e city as Dr lohn E Pack, ex of Scott county, and Alf Bradley, jr , merchant and well known business man, and T. H. Braden, proprietor ot the Georgetown steam laun dry. and Dan Childers tbe chairman ol the commissioners replied that the) 'had power to remove them at any time. " Now, Mr. Ringo, is this fair? It you won't answer to tbe people, remember you will bave to answer to your God. In this labored cflort of this gentleman he declares that the decision of this board SHALL NOT BE FINAL NOR CONCLUSIVE. What board ? The three election commissioners ? This is the Ian guage of the law found on page 985, latter part of article, section 12, Hen-a- te Repre-entativ- If Journal: THE DECISION OF THE BOARD SHALL BE FINAL AND CONCLUSIVE. On same page, first part of section 13, is found this language: "THE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS, OR ANY TWO OF THEM, SHALL BEA BOARD IN EACH COUNTY, WITH LIKEPOWERS AS THOSE MENTIONED IN THE NEXT PRECEDING SECTION FOR DETERMINING THE CONTESTED ELECTION OF ANY OFFICER JJLEC11VE BY THE VOTE? OF THE COUNTY. OR ANY DISTRICT THEREIN. EXCEPTING MEM BERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. &c." Now, in the light of the law itself, this gentleman, in his labored eflort, either wilfully or Intentionally evaded the real facts in the case for tbe purpose of misleading the voter, or else lie is ignorant of the subject under, discussion. Judge John T. Hodge, pre-pari- )' Avi'ER General Taylor's speaking bad been announced more than three weeks, the Goebel Democrats have arranged to have a rally on the tame day at Beaver Dam. When Goebel spoke here we made no effort to keep any roan from hearing him, and this act of the Goebel campaign committee proves that they are afraid of the truth. They know that they are following an unprincipled scoundrel and do not hesitate to carry out Ida plans. This Is an ungentlemanly act upon the part of the committee and brands each aud every one of them as cowards and defenders of a set ol "thieves and cut throats.'' But this is In keeping with the tactics of the Goebel campaign. Kentucky and Bryan One thing peculiarly strange about Bryan's Kentucky visit, and it- - isn't very strange either, when viewed from tho proper light, and that is tilt refusal to discuss the infamous election law or to answer tbe questions of John Young Brown, Tbe fact ol the matter is this, Bryan camo to Kentucky expecting bis oratory to ferry him through, being wholly Ignorant of the real issues in the Kentucky campaign. Mr. Bryan should remember that tbia is a struggle for free government against a political despot, a devil undisguised. It is a struggle ut a people who never knew what it was to acknowledge allegiance to any prluce or potentate, and who will be as free a the zephyrs 11 long a time endures. Kentucky,by her natural location, was created free, and when tbe Creator bad Messed her with beautiful rivers Tim Goebel organs have a measure for the size of lie they shall tell relative to a Taylor speaking or a Goebel speaking. The Oweniboro Meutujtt gave Bradley's crowd at Owentboro Monday at 1,200, when he was greet, cd by at least 5,000 people. The Courier Ja unto reported the Goebel blow-ohere at 2,000, when by ac- - nreiudica has been laid n.ide. Air. a perfect cure by the use of " Favorite Bryan bas demonstrated to the public JJgJ lum coetiM m olher (oral 0 .!. r by entering tbe Kentucky brawl, that naiujuu M about suffered he has less of foresight and judgment yeMtrll wtUl fenule wtakneu derived lfno mml doctor but rkree-- Favor-hthan be had formerly been credited. beueftt unUl I bejran uilnjr Dr John Green, ofe wrltea Mra. "Thia medicine Danville. Boyle Watterson has well described him af- recommended toCo., Ky. other patlenU. I have me by another six ter he had made bis appearance on takentookbottles and I (eel like months person.' your medicine six and feel " new person," tbe stage in Louisville for the first now like BcllerUlr, WoodwritesW. Miss ' Annie Va. llava Co.. Stephens, of time. This is the language of tbe no headache, no backache, no pain anywhere. 1 look seven botUes of Doctor t flourtrrsouriaTs matchless editor in Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and seven doiiics oi nis Golden Medicat Discovery" I . ueecriuiug uryao; think there is no medicine like "MR. WILLIAM I. BRYAN HAS. Doctor Pierces. I can speaK COME TO KENTUCKY, AND KEN tcb&itDSfdonf.memuch rood, don't reel tired as I TUOKIANS HAVE TAKHN HIS used to.I nor skk. t feel well and think there Is no medicine MEASURE. HE IS A BOY ORA' equal to Dr, Pierce'a Favorite " TOR HE IS A DISHONEST DODG. Prescription Pierce's Pleasant Doctor ER. HE IS A DARING ADVENT Pellets are graduated to system of URER. HE IS A POLITICAL FA- tbe sensitive KIR. HE IS NOT OF THE MATE women. RIAL OF WHICH THE PEOPLE OF Who Hit Mr. ''Wringo." THE UNITED STATES HAVE EVER MADE A PRESIDENT; NOR IS Under the head tf Honest Elections HE EVEN OF THE MATERIAL OF WHICH ANY PARTY HAS EVER Mr. Ben D. Ringo, Secretary Connty BEFORE MADE A CANDIDATE " Board of Election Commissioners the And yet, in spite of this language, rushes frantically into print in Herald this weelc and atthis same paper is lauding and prais- Hartford tempts to defend the Goebel Election ing the identical Bryan. Does the Law, with all ol its viclousnesa, and bave reasons for changl makes some strong assertions against ing its mind? We think so. This we some honest people of Ohio county, will may be sure the Courier-Journwhich are unbecoming a christian never favor free coinage of anything gentleman, smacks very strong after save "School Books" and they ruujt Goebelism, in all of its pernicious be free to no other job concern save forms. He says: that of W. B. Haldeman. "The people hsve been told that Mr. Goebel has had. an election comTRUTH FOREVER ON THE mission appointed to count him in and others out, &c" and then goes on SCAFFOLD. and refers to sections ol tbe law and Truth, from our earliest knowledge in his quotation be la as far off as be of man, in the garden of Eden, has was In drawing his notice of contest been at war with error. In many in-- , against Circnit Clerk Anderson In stances wrong bas prevailed torn time, 1897. The Senate Journal In reportbut eventually truth arises in her ing tbe Goebel Election Law says tbe ot the Board of Contest shall strength and power and liberates her- decision be final and conclusive Do you deny self from falsehood and puts the anthU? Can you account lor the chsnge gels of sin to horrid flight. after the bill had been enrolled? And It was truth that bad been arraigned the next section of the bill says that that made it necessary for tbe Savior County Boards shnll have like powers to be created and to be crucified as he as those mentioned in the foregoing was. It was for truth's take that he sections, which means 'in county endured the awful pain of death. tbe decision of the Connty Board Never since the Creator blested tbe shall be final. What say you to this, clay, out of which man was created, brother? Am I misquoting it nr have has there been a contest but that trutfr you "gone wrong" as usual. Mayo was upon tbe one tide and error upon Brer Ringo is in the same condition that he was in 1896, making speeches tbe other. in one county advocating one thing ' Truth forever on the scaffold, and lending his influence in another Wrong forever on the throne. Yi-- t that scaffild sways the future county advocating another thing. And behind the dim unknown, He prates and howls about his hon Standtth God within tbe shadow In this his own " esty In appointing officers Keeping watch above county, and all because he has done The poet has well told the story of his duty. We bave always said we this text. He had in mind a question would bave a fair election In this In which truth was arraigned, and in connty as we have alwaya had, Mr this contest, though the foundation of Ringo to tbe contrary notwithstand the nation was shaken and tbe equi- ing, because a Democratic court said librium disturbed, right prevailed, and so. But how have the Republicans it has so happened since the first con- fared in other counties. Look at in the most enlightened Fayette county. Franklin county, test. period of man's existence, we are con the home of South Trimble, who said fronted by a question, in which truth "We must have unreliable Republican and falsehood are at war. There is officers," and asked his triend to resign no question as to how it will end, but from tbe election board. Look at Bar there seems to be some doubt as to ren connty, and see bow things are when and where it will end. The ad- conducted there; you can see from the vocates of truth, in this contest, are following dispatch: Glasgow, Ky Oct 23 The eleo freedom and liberty againit the amtion commissioners for this county bitious young Dutchman from the had their final meeting here to day to Keystone state. Since the advent ot select precinct election officers. The this Judas into Kentucky politics, that Republican election commissioner says almost al placid character formerly characteris- his recommendationsHe weie submitted first t "gether ignored tic of true Kentucky Democracy has a list nl pames ol Republicans, only been transformed into scenes of con- about five ol which were accepted by He fusion and strife within the party walls tbe two Goebelite commissioners Demothen submitted a list of trne And yet that reitlesi spirit has escap- crats and Goebelites and only one ol ed, up tn tbe present, that political them was accepted did "The Goebellte oimmisi-Ionerguillotine, which he so much deserves, not tail by any means to exercise the and for which destiny has him billed power ol discretion granted them un for immediate destruction. This po- der t Je Goebel election law, that is lor litical fakir and desperado, in spite of the Goebelites to say who are Repub not, and yet one ot Means truth, in spite of the honor and dig- these and who are verv men was claiming a few nity of Kentucky manhood, vows that day- - ago that the Goebel law was just by and with his counting machine, be as lair as the Ohio law. Some ol the ill crush truth and thwart the will RfDtibllcans who were named are "too old to ruake good election officers of the people for the next generation. How's this for a sample of tbe fair Has Kentucky so fallen, from ber nees ol your law? Do you endorse It? former high estate, when her sons Would you favor such law in the graced every vocation in life with hands of the Republican party? Nay credit to both State and nation, that veril)! There Is something radical!) the brave heroes ot tbe past are tn be wrong with a law when live political dirgraced, that the fair name, Ken patties out ol six condemn it in their tucky, shall be associated with the platform and only one party endorses downtrodden and oppressed by the it, and then the author steals the advent of one man, William Goebel, nomine tlon of bis party ar.d walks oft to the Governor's chair? Will Ken, as n candidate for Oovcrpor. Do you tucky, tbn only American province endorse this actior? that was free from George, Third, and It Is a well known fact tbst the Re bas, as yet, acknowledged no matter, publlcansooly bnveone representative accept this trouble-seekerthis man on the election boards in the counties provoker, this this per- of Kentucky and in come counties jurer, this political highwayman, this have no representative at nil. II you matter, abomination tn the sight of the Lord? war ted to be fair about this why didn't you make an equal divis Will truth gain or looie on the battleeach county or give the Repub-field of November 7th? Kentucky Ion in the conn-tie- s licaus a mj irlty In one-hanever acknowledged a roaster in the Away with your half.hearted days of the revolution. She declared cryot laimess while your man for her neutrality and maintained it in the Governor la sporting tits diamonds civil war and we are averse to, brieve and pwndlng Kentirky saying (he oe mere touo ms "Democrats that she will now submit to a roaster. counting." will This political quach may succeed, yet Attain In Madliou county we call we hope not. J I be does, it will bo your attention to tbe division of ofll. by the prodigious skill of chance and cers, as follows; his counting machine. the "Richmond, Ky., Oct. party as well as physical suffering, have found Flanuelett8. Beautttul patterns. Both for Wrappers, Dresses and Children's Wraps. House ra 7c uic 1 Flannels. Our price on heavy hi red twill Flannel, 15c per yard, better grades at same low price. Ask to fee our line Canton Flannels when you are in tbe store, as we bave some special values In this line. Cloaks, Capes and Jackets. We are receiving new ones every lew days, ranging In prices from 85c to $10.00. Call and examine quality and get prices. Overcoats We have got tbem ! Overcoats ! Our Millinery Stock: Is all la and In full blast. same lor yourselt. Call and see all styles and prices. Gentlemen's Underwear. We start you with a good heavy Jersey ribbed Shirt and Drawers at 25c. Men's extra heavy flannel lined Shitts and Drawers, won'.d be cheap at 69;, onr price 49c. Regular 75c quality, onr price 50c. Handsome line Underwear, our price $1.25 Men's heavy work Shirts, BncVskln by name, and will wear like buckskin, for only 35c Men's extra heavy cordury collars and fronts our price only 50c. Heavy wool lancy Ironts, price 50c Better grades $1.00 and $1.35. over-shiits, Clothing. We sre still In the lesd in all grades of Clothing. Let us show you onr line of J5.00 and $6.00 Suits". A handsome line $j 50, $3.uo, $9.00 and $10 00 goods. These goods in any city would cost you twenty- - five per cent more money. Courier-Journa- Ladies' Underwear. Long sleeve, heavy ribbed Jersey Vest, Dress Goods. We bave a handsome line Crcpons ranging In price from 50c per yaid up to $2 00. A beautiful line new novelties in Plaids for Skirts. In fact anything In Dress Goods from toe yard up. ular 35c grade for 35c. Ladies' Union Suits 35c suit. Extra heavy quality, worth 75c, our price 50c. Misses' Union Salts 25c. Children's Merino Vests and Pants from roc each up. ijc Reg- Boots and Shoes. and carry the largest and best line ever opened up in Ohio connty. We lead ofl with a regular saddle seam $2 00 Boot, onr price $1 50. Start boys Boots extra heavy.lull stock regular $1 50 and ft. 75 Boot, our price $t 25 and $t 35. Little boys, ask your mamma to get you a pair ol our red top Boots. We sell you a heavy Brogan Shoe lor $1.00, ft 10, Men's hall fine $1 25 and on up to $3 00 per pair. Shoe at $1.00, $1.35. 1.39 and $1 50 Would be cbeip at twenty cents more on each pair. When It comes to fine Shoes, we handle the Brown Shoe Co's Shoe, of St. Louis, Every paid guaranteed to give sallsfiction or your money refunded, Tbe best line of ladles' heavy Shoes on earth, at all prices. Ask to see our You Can't Rip 'Em Shoe. Skirts Is Our line Brocade and Plaid ready-madlarge. Ladles, if you expect to boy anything In the Dress Goods line this season, give ns a call and we will do the rest. e In this tine we are headquarters Bed Comforts and Blankets. Onr sales in this line bave been far beyond our ex pectations, as we lmve had to make tbe second large order. We have them In this line from 50c a pair to $5 00. Good 10 4 Btanket 50c Better grades 10 4, 6;c and 65c. We start large site lt-- 4 Blanket at 75c per pair. Better grades $1 10, $1 25. $t 35 $1 50 and on up to $5 00. Good, heavy, large size Bed Comforts 91c. Better grades at $t.ro, still better $t.35, $1 50, up to $2 50 con-left- s 4 Our Picture business has been a big success in the last ten days. We have sent out'closo on to 100 and still they go. Be sure you get one yourself, as we give away the largest and handsomest picture ever given away as a present, v, RT.C0LLINS.KARTF0RD board, composed of J P Simmons and John B. Chenault, Democrats, and Walter Burnett, Republican, met and organized, and alter this had been done Mr Burnett took from bis pocket n list of Republicans- whom be wanted appointed to tepresent tbst party in tbe various precincts, but tbe Democratic members told blm they had saved him the trouble, as they had already made out the list ot both Democrats and Republicans whom they wanted appointed. "In a number ol cases men were appointed whom Mr. Burnett did not know, but they were appointed over his protest. In a number of precincts that give large Republican majorities men who bad served for years before were not reappointed, but new, Inexperienced men wercinpolnted Id their stead, over tbe protest of the Republican member, Mr. Burnett " "How do you like tbe picture?" Does this waif through. Interlacing boughs and does tbe sweet zephyrs sigh "fairness! .fairness!" or do they cry "fraud" dark and diabolical. Ob! redeem us from such an Infamous slander on the fair name of Kentucky and that we may be tree Irom bondage and again lift our beads and feel proud that we are native born Kentuckiana, tree to exercise tbe tight ol sutTiage and to feel that our ballots will be counted as cast, away with jour vile slanderous ncmlnee, wbo has broken all tbe commandments of the Bible and trampled under foot the Constitution ol our State for his own selfish creed, and let us return to the old way of voting, and when each citizen casta his ballot, be can lift bla head and sayi "There is n time, I know not when, A place, I know not where, That marks the destiny of men, For heaven or despilr." To-da- tame atorv in Madison county as in other counties to the State, as tegards the select loo or election officers. Tbe Gen. W. S. Taylor Is coming to Hartford, Nov. 4 livery man lavor Ing honest elections and opposed to Tom Peltit, a school house orator, government by commissions should hear him. It will be a treat rarely is billed for a Democratic speech nt enjoyed. Beaver Dam, Nov. 4th. Tbe Demo cratic bosses are afraid to let their people bear Gen. Taylor. POLITICAL COMMENTS. election in Mr. Ringo says: Ohio county in 1897 was the most partisan and unfair ever held in the Who lied, Mr. ltingo or a county." Democratic Court of Appeals? it Hangs If It vss only heslth, we might let It cling, But It Is a couch. One cold no sooner psstes off before another comes. But It's the same old cough alt tho time. And It's the same; old story, too. There Is first the cold, then the couth, then pneumonia or consumption with tlis loni sickness, and lite trembling In the balance. John Rhea, a Democratic Congressman, said in a speech a few days ago, "The Republican party made ol the negro what God Almighty never intended him to be, a citizen." Rhea's declaration should greatly encourage the negro Goebelites. In placing the name of Wat Hardin before tbe Democratic convention here last spring, Mr. Ben D. Ringo said: "If you nominate either ot those men (Goebel or Stone) you will have to go all over tho country explaining their records,' and Ben Is out now making those explanations. When Governor Bradley satd: "A long as the Goobel election law remains upon the statute books it is a menace to human liberty, aud the Republican who would parade his personal grievances in the face of such a danger is not worthy the name ot a man," he welded ten thousand votes to tho Republican State ticket. Will (he "yellow dog" organ around tbe corner, explain why Gen. Hardin and C'apt. Stone each of whom bad a belter endorsement at tbe hands of the Kentucky Democracy in tbe Musio Hall convention than Senator Goebel will od, support tbe nominal nominee ot that convention? Will th.eso gentlemeu break jAe precedent of a century without grave cause? OlLt s ' Ajcr's Cherry Pectoral loosens the grasp of yourcough. The congestion of the throat and lungs Is removed; all inIs subdued; the flammation parts aro put perfectly at rest and the cough drops away. It has no diseased tissues on , which to bang. " , man-slaye- Joan op Ark "If tho Cap Fits, Wear It." quences ot impure blood, have bolls, nimnles or scrofula sores; If your food dors not digest or you suffer Irom ca. tarrn or rheumatism, you are tne one who should take Hood's Sarsaparilla. It will fit your care exactly, make your blood pare and cure salt rheutri, scrofula, rheumatism, dyspepsia, c tarrn, and give you petiect neaun. Hood's Pills cure all liver Ills. g. Dr. Ayer's . If you are suOerlug from tbe conse Cherry Pectoral lf Plaster draws out Inflammation lungs, of tbe T. J, "" Adwlam Fi mm.mlxf wt fctr a Jf )lf tl Dpr Mat. irjey Bftvt Mf feimpUlM wbal-- f r anil St ilr U Im.1 nujkt a4ti p4lfclr ikUUn. writ our (i.lj T will tKtirt lk awe rttlr. without soilO. ATXH, a kiiitu, UU. J. 24." " Come to the Taylor apeakiug Saturday) November 4. .. Every Department READY FOR FALL BUSINESS. .Now is the time to get a Rocking Chair iree oi charge. We are going to give you one with every $15 cash purchase. IJon't fall n get n ticket Cauron 9t Co. . SAD ACCIDENTS. Mr.ChrlstophorTnylorCaraon Moots His Doath Whllo Cutting Tlmbor. n, "Necessity is the Mother of Invention, tf honest, reliable blood purifier and tonic that brought into existence Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a. It is a highly concen-irate- d extract prepared by a combination, proportion and process peculiar to itself and giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power. Us "wonderful record of cures has made it America's Greatest Medicine. " fuve good Rosy Cheeks health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's SarsaparCla. It builds me up and saves doctor Wts." Mary A. Burke, East Oak St.. IndilnArfiii. InJ. It was the necessity for an SPECIAL ATTENTION ! Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, Cupes. Complete line of Infants' Cloaks, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, and Boys Clothing, Millinery, Boots, Shoes, Etc. NOTE OUR PRIGE.S: Underwear, elegant heavy, quality, would be cheap at 40c, our price 15c nw BM , Ladles fait bhck cotton Hose, worth 20c, our price Biff, fleece lined -fleece-lined- i4 J-- wf fflf. j 7. o ? Men's heavy fleece lined Underwear, sold erywhere for $1 so suit our P'ee ev- - Misses Union Sulti, jersey rlbWd, nicely trimmed would be a bargain at 50c, our price Ladies' all wool Hose, black, a bargain at 35c, price JOG OT-o- ? ur enough at Men's white Shirts, with fancy bosom, cheap 75c. our price rrt yvc no a e Men's good lined Jeans price rants, worth $1.00, sale Vestee Suits for little fellows from 3 to 8 years, coat has large sailor collar, trimmed in braid, worth $2.50, our price $1.75 IT i We are better prepared than ever this son to meet the wants of our many tomers. Our Stock is the Best. Our Prjtoes are the Lowest. Be wise and inspect our line before buying. The Place is FAIR 6LG0., THEFAIR DEALERS. Hartford Republican. Firs- .' Editors Republican: Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 34 Gov. W. O. Bradley Bpoke here yesterday afterMen's all wool black and brown Beaver Over- ,. . P coats, cheap at $8 00, our price noon to an audience of over 5,000 peo pie, who were enthusiastic and cheerMen's black Mcintosh Coats, good value at ing for the Republican ticket and ReexJ 00, our price publican principles. He was met at Saturday afternoon the colored peo the train by a delegation ol prominent pie of Hay tl were horror stricken when Large size Comforts, well made, worth $1 7w, M OK Republicans and was driven to the our price the news came that Jim Taylor had residence of Mr. Lawson Reno, and at shot and perhaps fatally wounded 1:30 o'clock he wis driven in e carClaude Eidson. The boys had gone to White Marseilles Quilts, good size, cheap at 75c, Kfin riage to the Court House, where a OUl our price the fields In search oi game, and in a platform bad been erected in the Court way mysterious to every one, this afMessrs M. L. Heavrlfl, S. T. Stev-en- s, fair occurred. It Is believed by some (louse yard, where he was greeted by C white blankets, good quality. . . . T. H. Black, S. A. Anderson, J. of the colored people that it was Tay an immense audience of eager listenG. Keown and M. S. Ragland attended lor's carelessness that the shooting ers. He was introduced by Mr. Reno, who paid a glowing tribute to Kensea- the Bradley speaking at aOwensboro occurred, but we are unable to learn tucky's first Republican Governor, splendid Monday. They report the truth of the story. At any rate, ovation for Taylor. The greatest out who immediately launched into his cuspouring of enthusiasts that has been the boy Is dangerously hurt The speech in his usual strong and con in Owensboro during the campaign. ball entered above the left eye, longing for the 4th to come. It is OBITUARY. vlnclng wuy. A They say 5,000 Is a conservative estito the brain and leaving an our information that the entire com He reviewed the management of the mate of the crowd. Yet that "Goebel ugly and nauseating wound. The On September 29, 1899, at the resisheet" reported the crowd at about State affairs under Republican rule Strikes tho Northwest, a Num- munity will turn out to hear ber of Lives Lost and Much 1,200. This is the usual Democratic Drs. were summoned and removed and showed the vast difference benest Governor, Success dence ol his father, John Lanham,two Damage to Stock. lie and none but the Ignorant will be- part ol the ball, but owing to the con miles north of Dundee, Ohio county, to Gen. W. S, Taylor and Tub tween affairs now and while it was lieve it. dition ol the patient, they were unable Ky., alter lingering for eight long Is the wish of S. B. V. run by Democrats, showing that when A great blizzard has visited Mon to remove it entirely. It Is thought : months with the dreaded disease, conthe Republicans took charge of Ken- tana. Snow has fallen to the depth oi Public Speaking. that Eidson will die. tucky the State was In debt more than three feet on a level and from twelve Colored Teachers' Association. sumption, Pat Lanham was called from earth to his future reward. HON. E P. NEAL. Mr. Ora Phillips, Phillip's Station, a million dollars and under the wise to fifteen leet In drifts. Many lives Pat was a noble specimen of the Fordsville, Monday, Oct. 30, accidentally shot hlraseli, while re- - management of the Republicans this lost and flocks of sheep frczen in the Program for Colored Teachers' As o'clock d m Trisler at night. loading a gun, on the 19th. Dr. E. vast sum had been paid of and at the mountain passes. The earliest snow sociation to be held at Beaver Dam, stalwart Kentucky youth, frank, honSulphur Spripgs, Tuesday, Oct. 31, W, Ford was summoned and Pressed end of this year and at the end of this in twenty years say the oldest resi Ky., November 17th and 18th, 1899: est, Industrious and obliging, and be 1 p. m Olaton at night. it said to his honor, he was his moth FRIDAY, NOVUM DKR 1 7, 1899. Horse Branch, Wednesday, Nov. 1, the wound, The lelt arm was badly administration the State will be prac- dents. A very unfortunate event lor Gross Williams will sell you a good t p. ra Baizetown at night. mangled by the discharge of the gun. tically out ol debt. He Baid this ad- stockmen, farmers and countrymen. Devotional exercises, Rev. W. H. er's confident, and his mother was his second hand sewing machine for $10 most confidential friend, and we conTaylor Mines, Monday, Nov. 6th, at We hope, however, that this member ministration had been clean, clear cut, A north gale may sweep this section Venerable. clude that a higher tribute can not be-night. See him at once. FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 27 ol the body may be saved, and will by anda business administration through- ln-- a short time. It is evident that Welcome address, G. W. Thomp paid to any young man or woman RANDOLPH WEDDING. proper care, says the, reporter. out, and had been for the interest ot this extremely warm weather will son. "I Mr. J 1 Gilmore and wile, of than this. ' Fordsville, are visiting the family of Rickett'a School House, Friday, the people. He denounced in no uns soon subside and the chilly winds of Response, M. Acton. Pat had been in falling health for Oct. 27, at nigfit. certain terms the last Democratic Leg- November will take Itr place. some years, although he was a little Dr. E W Ford. Composition, Miss Eliza Dean, t- Class Livery Horton School House, Saturday, District Teachers' Association more than 24 years of age at the time islature and their partisan work in Geography, Miss G. A. Walker, Miss Martha Rogers, Beaver Dam, Oct. 28, at night. of his death he had never married, The Fourth Congressional District trampling the constitution under foot Physiology, J. W. Jenkins. is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. COL. J. S. R. WEDDING and HON. never did more loving bands or heart Teachers' Association met at Beaver and passing bills, not for the good ol General discussion, . minister to the afflicted than those Oct. 22. Health is good. Magdalene Rogers. M. L. HHAVKIN. Dam. Friday and Saturday, October the people, but for the benefit of their MOON. that ministered to Pat Lanham. Wheat is coming up nicely, but McIIenry. Friday, Oct. 27th, ot Mr. Law ton Klein snd mMher, number of vis petty henchmen. Especially did he 30 and 21, with quite a His mother was his guardian angel Teachers sphere, S, M. Taylor. needs rain. night. spent Sunday.in Gleuvllle, guests of ol denounce the awful measure known by day and by night. Deceased was Current events, Miss Johnson. Mt. Pleasant, Saturday, Oct 28th, Itlng teachers present and a host A large number of people attended Mrs. Earl Col lings, Meade home teachers in attendance, at night. the Goebel Election" Law, and Civil Government, Miss Charlotte a devout member ot St. Mary's church ol little Ruby Rogers at Wbltesville, at which place his re Magan, Monday .Oct. 30th, at night. county was represented by her Super- showed the fallacy of the necessity ot the lnterrment Come to Carson & Co. for Dry Eidson. mains were lam to rest, on tne even-- . Schroader School House, Oct. 31st, intendent and eleven teachers; Hardin such measure, and said It was to dis at the Rogers burying ground last No- Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Boots, General discussion. ing of Sept. 30. We learn that he Ruby was the youngest Sunday. at night. county, the birthplace ol the Associa franchise the people and to rob them lived a consistent Christian life. We Closing hymn. tlons and Furniture, Sunny Dale, Wednesday, Nov. 1st. daughter ot Mr. Jo. B. Rogers, a beau trust his soul is now basking In the tion three years since, sent a delega- of their constitutional right to cast a FRIDAY NIGHT. tlful little child about one year old. Schlatter's Floating Studio is now at night. sunlight of the Most High. tion ol five teachers and her Superinfree ballot and have that ballot count Prayer, by Rev. W. H. Venerable. V extend onr sympathy to the beat Llvermore.and will return to Hart JUDGE R. R. WEDDING and J. H tendent; Grayson county was repreA FRIEND. ed as cast. He urged all people of all reaved family. Music, by choir. & THOMAS. If ford, December the 1st and political parties to come out and help Oct. 27th, at night sented by her Superintendent Roll call, by Secretary. Jingo, Friday. We are sorry to learn of the serious The little infant ol Mr.- - and Mrs Acton School House, Saturday, Oct seveu teachers. These teachers seemed elect Gen. Taylor and the entire Re- Illness oi Mrs. Mary Hocker, of South Paper, Miss Mary Berry. Hartford, Ky. night. date, energetic instructors publican ticket and thus continue In to be up-tJohn Mn,eri McIIenryi dltd Sunday 28th. at Recitation, C. M. Sprole. Beaver Dam. flret-ola- ss Salem Church, Monday, Oct. 30th, ol the minds of the young and took power livory n,ght 0f cboleta Infantum. Among tlio many the party of progress and good Solo, Miss Emily Brown. Most of the teachers of this neigh at night. .Ublerln the CJroen Itiver Country, Recitation, Miss Charlotte Eidson, borhood came home Friday and at Mry Taylor and Mrs. Kitty ' Sugar Grove School House, Tues-da- an active port In the program. About government. sixty of Ohio county's best and most At the close ol Governot Bradley's tended the association at Beaver Dam, Oct 31st, at night none are betterequlppoUU.au Keown Recitation, Miss Georgia Walker. qJ JmtMme, arc visiting the' Hopewell Church, Wednesday, Nov, enercetlc teachers attended, all of speech It was pronounced by all who Duett, Miss Dean and Miss I. Berry. Martin, ol narworu. n iu u, Umy cf Mt n p Taylor. Profs. B. II. Hodges and A. R 1st at night -- . whom enjoyed the session and were heard him as one of the best speeches iuIia am aiMinritLiu. uiiu. Recitation, Miss Lethla Butler. Flummer were pleasant callers at youngOlaton, Thursday, Nov. 2d, 1 p. m. "" Misses Idalu Johnson and Annie better prepared to meet the duties ol ever heard here. Instrumental Solo, Miss Nollle in every particular, school Friday morning. New Bamus School House, Friday, Fogte were pleasant callers at Tub their labors by having attended. Daviess county Is strictly In line Nov. 3d,at nlf lit. C. P. Kbown, There will be spelling at Union Parks. beRrtruiiUCAN office Wednesday, I Many teachers remained at home Cuatrman jam, 1:0m. for Gen. Taylor and, the Republican school house Friday night. Piinr. Mffl T trti Tntinnnn. cause of the tact that for them to at ticket, and the city Legislative DIs Walton's Creek Baptist church will Duett, Mandolin and Guitar, Mr, L. Several from Union, attended quar on tho Death of tend would naturally Incur some ez trlct will go Republican by about 300 Mr. T. J. be dedicated the filth Sunday in Octo Resolutions Sunday, Comrade Obod Chapman. pense upon their part and therefore majority, while the county will give a terly meeting at Libertyand Miss May Barrett and Mr. S. M. Walker, Farming Implements in season. ber by Rev. W. P. Bennett, D, D. Address, Taylor. Mrs. Mattie Stevens Select Reading, Mrs. Samanthla Whereas. God has seen fit to call they absented themselves lrom this small Republlcau majority. Rogers made a flying visit to tbls and We don't give Chairs with the FerHowever, there was a lrom our midst our comrade, who was Association. The Republicans are In fine shape Cooper neighborhoods Wednesday af- Acton. tilizer sales, bnt will on all other sales, a member In good standing in our splendid corps of teachers present and and are enthusiastic and GoebeU ternoon, Duett, Miss Emily Brown and Miss county. the work of the meeting wilt be told here Carson & Co. Post. He was horn In Ohio ism is doomed. Mr. H. T. Johnson has moved to G. Walker. being 69 years old at the Ky.. in 18 to, stock will toward Mr, R. J. Culbertsou, Central City, years. It Is a step Logan county. Uest of food and your Recitation, Mrs. M, Acton. time of his death. He served during In alter representing the Evening Post, made the late war in Company D 22d, Ky progress In the teachers profession, Howard and Jarnngln at Con-t- o The people of this community are securu Lost attention. Closing Chorus. rtown, Tub RnrunucAN a pleasant call Mon Cav., and was honorably discharged It Is a splendid triumph lor that class SATURDAY'S SESSION. ' after he had laltblully discharged his ot teachers who are endeavoring to day, Devotional Exercises, Rev W. II CapU N. T. Howard and Hon. R. C. duty for his country. protesslon with honor Jarnsgfn spoke to a large crowd at Venerable, Mrs.W. B. Render, son, Master Car Resolved, That we hear with great grace their Field's 'bus meets all trains at lisle, and daughter, Mrs. R. D. Wal sorrow of the death ol our comrade rather than dishonor. It Is a step Centertown, Monday night. Captain Signs In Arithmetic, Miss Ida B;rry. elevation oi Kentucky Howard made a splendid effort. He Beaver Dam. Mr. P. W. Hebebrand, Pres. Ohio Music in our Schools, Miss Eliza ker, visited Miss Fannie Render,Cen He departed this life on October 17th, toward the 1899, three miles East of Hartlord on tchools. We are proud of the success Pipe Covering Co., Cleveland. Ohio, Dean. showed the Goebel election law up In Dr. J. S. Coleman was in town tertown, Monday. bis (arm, and was laid away by P M ot this organization and bid the mem Wednesday, Advanced Grammar, Mr. M. Arton, says: "I am satisfied Dr. Miles' Nervshowing explicitly Mr. A. J. Casey and family, Nash Post No 4 G A. R. at Carson grave- bers good cheer and greet them in their its proper light, ine saved my life. 1 was a nervous Primary Numbers, Miss G. A. the possible crimes which may be Mrs. J lit Rowe is visiting relatives ville, Tenn., lelt lor their home Tues-da- y yard West of Hartford. Chaplain every wreck and unable to attend to my ellort Success tuust come to committed under this law, ant) not a Rev. Jo. A. Bennett officiating at the Walker. Render this week. at business. Doctors failed to benefit evening, alter a short visit to crave, a laree attendance, lrom all the teacher, 11 It comes at all, by a co COD-LIVOIL WITH Song, by Association. dollar oi bond is required ol OF me and I decided to try Dr. Miles' around where he bad many friends operation of the teachers of both county single Mr. Jam P. Thomas, Louisville, relatives In Hartford. HYPOPHOSPHITES Primary Reading, Mis. M. Acton. ! Nervine. any commissioner or o Dicer in the It gave me prompt relief was present. Is vlsitlrfg bis parents. and Mr. jo Roberts has purchased the NOON. Resolved, that we hereby tender and State. The time has come, I and finally effected a complete cure. State, and absolutely no penalty for ir t. n. Lonev. McIIenry, made Singleton Huff farm, near Fordsville, our sympathy to his children and rel the teachers ore recognizing it, too, any offense, it matters not how grave, should always be kept In 1 am in gooa neaitn now ana nave Music. folt house for and will follow the peaceful pursuits atives, and request mese procecaings when the teacher, like men ol other us a pleasant call Monday. Necessity ot a Program, Mrs. 8. gained several pounds In tlesh." This law might do to control the be published in Tits Hartford Rit vocations, must unite their efforts and lowing govActon. Bring your Chickens, Eggs, Feath- ot the farm in the future. publican and a copy sent to the lam work to the same end This District augels in Heaven, bnt it cannot How tar should the Teacher be inHknry C Shavrr, 1 ern politicians oi the Goebel type. FIRST If any member and Corn to Carson & Co. Willis, ol Sunny Dale, lly. Because, ers Messrs. John Association is a step In that direction. The speakers were frequently applaud ll 10J1I by alt drurofati on guaruiter, Com. fluenced by public opinion, Prot. S.M. John M Bishop, of tho family has a hard cold, It fust bcttlo btncfiu or money back. nice Hat, see Miss and L. W Hunt, of Sulphur Springs, ) II you need It should be encouraged by every ed end the speeches were well taken. Dambl Hicks Taylor. Dock on heart an-- l nuru icot tree will cure It. made Tub Republican an agreeable Carson & Co. Alice Stafford. teacher In the district. The teachers Centertown will do the proper thing Purpose ol Civil Government In our Or. MIUi Msdlcal Company, Elkhart, Ind. If the chil Wednesday. Because. SEOOHO call while in town of the various counties should en- November 7. President McKlnley names Novemdren are delicate and sickly. It will Schools, Miss Lizzie Johnson. courage It by perfecting their county Why will people buy Cheapjohn" day for Thanksgiving. Closing Exercises. ber 30th, the make them strong and well. Associations, The day is not far disLung- Irrlmtlou sewlug machines when they csn get J, W. Jenkins, Ch'w'n. tant when the teacher will be required is the forerunner to consumption. TMMtl Because. If the father or Good white Feathers are now worth (he Singer lor to cents a daj ? Com, G. A. Walkbr, to attend his county Associations as Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cuie mother Is losing flesh and becortv Anti-Ki- nk in trade. Bring them to Carson 40c Ciiarlottb Eidson, ) Gross Williams, Agent, one requisite of his prolessiou. Glor- it, and give such strength to the Ing thin and emaciated, It will build &Co. day, when that shall be, for the lungs that a cough or a cold will not ious Vlll straighten Curly and them up and give them flesh and Mr. John Nix, of Louisville, has WtuB Kje Arc Mad Nlroux, cents at all schools ot the county and State. Tbls settle there. Twenty-fiviky hair without Injury to We are glad to see Mr. John C. Ristrength. opened up a bakery In Hartlord and dim vision made clear, styes removed Association proved the banner session good druggists. ForsalebyZ.Wayue the scalp or hair. ley out again, though he be on Because It Is the aud granulat! lids or sore eyes ot three years Gtlfflu &,Bro. will bake you any kind of a cake lrom tf FftUHTil twon-ty-fiv- o since the organization, Price, 50c Per Bix. crutches. standard remedy in an tnroat ana any kind speedily aud effectually ago. Ohio county teachers should be hoecake to the finest of cookies. Endorsed by the United States curedbv the use of Sutherland's Eagle people will hear Gen, Taylor pioud of it and should strive to mainlung affections. Thomas and finally are Give him a call. 5,000 Mr- John H. Health Department. Bye Salve. It's put up In tubes, and on November 4. Ladles from etcry tain their high standing. visiting friends at Sulphur Springs No household should be without It. sold on a guarantee bv all good drug-gist- s. DARRAGH& RICH, NEW YORK, N.Y. town and rural district In the county Itr, George Martin was tried lor lu- $1 as well week. this For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & will be here. Taylor clubs lrom all It can be taken in summer Sal, VuAutrl. Sul,$mt Waal. nacy yesterday and adjudged. Insane If you havecttanh, rheumatism, or the adlolnlug counties will come to as In winter. tf Bio. IMIMIIIUflV dyspepsia, take Hood s Sarsapsriila Mr. H C. Shaver, of Hcflin, was a Mr R. B. Martin and Col. W. W u arvui"- uwl boy uc BOWHE,oa, OuKbu, Nw Yoik. Butler. You can and be cured as thousands of others hear the to lrom SCO iTT Dr. IIUm' Pali) lUUu IleadaclM. pleasant caller at Tits KbpubLICAN EeUy lelt with him lor Hopklnivllle miss this rare treat. not afford I yesterday morning. have been. pffice Monday, long, cheap at Ladles double Capes, 26 inches $1 50, our prices jf ,(yu ss ' fir 'wu .o Col. T . Smith, of Bowling Green, JJmTrtylnr,rnlortd, Arrltlnfnllj' Ahul is In the county this week endeavor A I no e'olorrd, llnnil Eid-oIng to organize a company of State Millie Out 11111111111. Guards at Beaver Dam. Beaver Dam Mr. Christopher T. Carson, one oi Is a nlceJocation for the organization and we tiust hewill meet with success. the foremost and leading citizens ol the No Creek vicinity, met with a sed Mr. IM Kills is home again after accident last Saturday, while cutting three ears of service in which he timber, which proved to be fatal brnvtd the struggle ol San Junn Hill About 1 o'clock Satuiday, while cutin the Cuban campaign. lie has re ting a tree on his farm, a limb lrom ceived a discharge, which is an exth falling tree struck his forehead cellent one, and ol which he should and 'jrcast, but not seriously hurting be proud. him at the time. He was able to walk Dr. J. T. Miller and family were to his residence without assistance, grief stricken, last Friday, when the but on arriving his pains had been dread angel of death called at their intensified so he laid down on a cot to home and claimed their darling little rest. The outward shows ol injury babe. The family have the sympathy were very slight and no thought oi of their ruany friends in Hartford and serious trouble was anticipated by the surrounding country. family, but the injury was internal hours Mr. C. M. Hanna.of Shelby county, and proved fatal in twenty-lowas in town Wednesday, in the inter lrom the time he was struck by the est of the Good Roads movement. limb. Medical aid could t0ect noth We will publish the resolutions oi the ing, and Mr. Carson breathed his last Commercial Club here, which were at n o'clock Sunday morning. He encouraged by his presence and efforts was a member of a large and respect in onr next issue. On account oi able family, composed of ten boys, five of whom are dead, and three girls, space we leave it out this week. two of whom yet survive. Besides his Quite a crowd ot young people at brothers and slsteis, he leaves a wife wedding at and nine children to mourn his de tended the Ceralvo Wednesday night. The foN parture to the beyond. Fnneral ser lowing are the parties: Misses Mabel vices were held at the No Creek church Hubbard, Idalu Johnson, Alice Staf- by Rev. Howes, Presiding Elder. The ford, Cora Bean, Edna Griffin, Sadie largest crowd that No Creek has witAustin, and Messrs, E. T. Miller, nessed for msny years, gathered to Charlie Griffin, Will Moore, Henry pay ttlbnte to the deceased husband, Kail Arthur Busklll and Dr. H. B After lather, friend and neighbor. Inues. the conclusion of the funeral services, the remains were Interred In the Carson graveyard at No Creek. Tub Republican desires to extend sym pathy to the family in this the saddest hour of their existence. 1 ur Iler-Mult- en The RUSH on our Specialties since our Opening has heen so great that another purchase is necessary and our buyer is now in the market to purchase the LATEST and most Fashionable in MILLINERY, Dress Goods, &c. pjfflpdflmfrJfSMJrra&ffi fcxtz&knaaygv&rJS JWCtU eaUafxtiU jaVire llood'i nili core Mttt lilt i the tol-fonly ith-rU- o t wUhTlloodV MILLINERY. This Department is superb and the appreciation of it has been attested by our enormous Sales. NEW DRESS GOODS The Newest Winter Styles, with all trimmings, &c. Latest New Fashion Plates shown by our sales lady. CALL. OVERCOATS and cloth-in- g generally just in. The latest and finest. Give this a call. Department -- Coming in. JUrnprlU, and CAH'T COUNT US OUT! Kentucky's Gallant Governor Spoke to Thousands Grand Republican Rally New HATS, SAILORS and Furnishing Goods coming in. Mail orders promptly filled. Call boro. Goebelism at Owens- at once. frW3rWlW5' STALPES A heavy supply on hand and more coming in. Winter supplies exchanged for corn and marketing and produce. Call at once. On THANKSGIVING we will present to the farmer who hibits the best samples of PRYOR and RURLEY Tobacco,grown in Ohio county and with aid of HOMESTEAD Tobacco Grower, one OLIVER CHILLED PLOW No. 20. Samples of 5 pounds. LET FARMERS PREPARE FOR THE TOBACCO SHOW. Doomed to Defeat. xpiU 48 Hon. Jo. A. Parker, Chairman of Populist campaign committee, will speak in Hartford, November 6th. Everybody cordially invited,especially the Populists. 3:OCEE2 y's Sz, CO. pene-trati- BLIZZARD I Stalls union'ky. y KEOWN MARTIN, - y, Saved My Ufa. Ll.il. IraP -- ..., ate T?."' , Buggies and Wagons on' sale at all times. Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty. Give them a call. scorn ER EMULSION the the reasons:' Dr.Miimm'Nervinm By special permission, wo can give our subscribers tho Homo and Farm with The Republican for only one dollar and I e - cents. Sond us .25 and you will got $2.00 worth of good reading matter. wiaiaasmm pHfl. ,' "r" i ippr TELL-TAL- rit, wjiiiji" GUARD THE BALLOT. An "iwii Awv'iau "SW1 I)hl Judge Pryor Know of Them When HoDtit Men of All I'atrtlaa Should Or. FRIDAY. OCTOBER aj For a Bright Man to Socuroa He Appointed lien Marshall? anlla t One--, The Louisville Dispatch begins an In the short speech made at LexingSteady Position thoYonr editorial In the words following: ton Hon. William Cravens of NewcasAround In Hartford "Judge CITIZENS, BE ON GUARD tle, Henry county, Is reported to have Democrats Pryor and Captain Ellis are And Vicinity. whoso loyalty to Demosaid that Judgo Pryor had seen Mr. Thompson's letter and the letter of cratic principles has never been quesDoar Edito- r- Wo want a clothing tioned. They are men of Integrity, Mr. South Trlmblo before he appointElection Swindles Will Be At- ed Mr. Marshall, We quote the report and no matter what may be the dlfler-c- salusir.antotakoorders fur moil's cussuits, pants, s opinions of the people as to the tom made of the statement of Mr, Cravens: tempted by the Gang. overcoats ami ulsters in Hartford and 'Mr. Cravens spoke for a few mln Qoebel law there has been no dlspost- antl country. Any utes on the election commissioners of lon t0 doubt that these gentlemen adjoining towns JJ It thfl fllllU Thoro arodoiens of remedies recommended di 13 1110 UIIIJ Scrofula, iome of them no doubt being able foi FAST BISTORT AS A PRECEDENT. Franklin county and discussed to Mr, would do all In their power to hon KOtxi, origin inati,ospuciHlly 11 lit) lias ; to "l0"1 temporary relief, but S. 8. S. ia absolutely estly administer the law and to pre exporiuuco as salesman 111 u store, W.K. Thompson of thatcountyadvlstns DumAitii Ti.u.1 4 ILt ily remedy which comnlotclr cures it. imploinoiil lionsa or htm not to accept the appointment be vent frauds In the elections. They oc- agricultural nBiiiuuj quoi iu mis 1& fsononfthn mnsfcnhaffnntn. HninAPfitotI Oentlj Iotlmate In Tb Whs Would cause work would be required of blm cupy positions of power as well as re- wliero ho lias coum in contact with blood dtseasos, and id beyond the reach of the ItUh lha lUllot Hiix or tb netnrna which he would refuse to do. Mr. Cra- sponsibility. They may at any time puoplo, as solicitor fur tailoring, Obstinate Disease. many purifiers anu tonics because nome That Bach 0eodr In the UHtanl vens said (tlltlff MnM tlmn n iaA 4amIa ! i.Aniilu.,1 O U U stock or oilier goods that Judge Pryor saw that remove any member or all of the memVmn Are Uuuwu to llnre Slrlni1 Is equal to any blood trouble, and. never falls to euro Scrofula, because it letter and also Trimble's letter sug bers of any county board of election ran lnalio big money with our line Urmp. goes down to tho seat of tho dlscaso, thus permanently eliminating every gesting that Den Marshall be commissioner" In the state. It Is not the yoar around; but nny good,liriglit traco of the taint The following letter addressed from appointed, and he charged that Judge necessary for them to prefer charges nun, uveu wiiiuiui iiruviuus uxpen-enc- o, TheserlousconBonupnrpa tn witi)i nnftiia humI in.iB should Impress upon those afflicted with It tho vital imthe Democratic state central and exec Pryor knew that when he appointed and give a hearing. They do not have can make $150.00 a month and to give a reason for removal. Their portance of wasting no time upon treatment which can expenses with tho big outfit wo furutlve committee to one ol the election Marshall ho would do the work renot possibly effect a cure. In many cases whero tho wrong discretion Is broad and their power ab- nish him quired of him." and tlio opportunity wo givo commissioners In one of the couatlcj treatment lias been relied upon, complicated glandular On several occasions The Evening solute. This power makes them per- him if he will devote his timo to tho swellings havo resulted, for which the doctors insist that In tho Eleventh district should be inPost has- published that Judge Pryor sonally responsible for the conduct of wo'k; or, if we can a dangerous surgical operation is nrcessnry. get a good man terpreted In connection with Mr. South said he knew of some such corre- the men they appoint. They can not Mr.II.E. Thompson, of MllledgevlUo, Ga., writes: "A in Hartford whose time is partly takun bad case of Scrofula broke out on tho glands of my neck, Trimble's letter to Mr. Thompson, In spondence before the appointment of shift their responsibility to the county up with other work and who can boards, to be shifted In turn to the which had to bo lanced and caused me much suffering. I Mr. Marshall. When that correspondwhich the following passage occurs: his paro timo to our lino, ecn was treated for a long while, but the physicians were unence was published Tho Herald dis- precinct election officers. Under this "No better man could have been ap- tinctly asked Judge Pryor able to euro me, and my condition was as bad as when I It he had machine they are responsible and it Is if only nu hour or so a day,ho will do began their treatment. Many blood remedies wero used pointed, but It is an unenviable posi- seen that vncrespondence and offered not possible for thera to escape re- exceedingly well with our agency but without effect. Some one recommended S.S. 8., and Wo havo men in real estatiif lo.in.le tion, and one that you should not 'ac- him the use of Its columns to deny, sponsibility." I began to improvo as soon as I had taken n few bottles. That being the case, why are such gal, lumber, grain, railroad, oppress, except. Our county is all right safely respond, explain or Justify. Judge Continuing the remedy, I was soon cured permanently. ana Have never had a sign of tho disease to return." Swift's Specific never but city elections can not Pryor Democratic made answer, and election officers appointed In Payetto and othor business who givo their be won with a fair count.and you know so far as we are informed has never county? That being the case, why spare time to our lino with big rethat as well as I do. Incompetent, un- yet made answer. Our readers remem- does the Dispatch feel movrd to talk sults. No experience is absolutely Is tho only remedy which can promptly reach and cure obstinate, reliable Republican Judges will haveio ber that Infamous letter of Mr. Trimi about what it calls "The Lexington necessary, no capital required. We Wood diseases. My relying upon It, and not experimenting with tho various be appointed. The right of the Repub- ble. Judge Pryor may determine to Outrage" In the following: furnish a complete line of cloth samtonics, etc., all sufferers from blood tioubles can be promptly cured, "The purpose of the Goebelltes was licans to Indicate who shall represent remain silent, even under this direct ples and stationery; have no instead of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely undermines them as judges, etc., will have to be statement of his fellow townsman. Mr., strikingly displayed In the action of the constitution. 8. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and never fnll to so plan,no can Cravens Is a member of the Newcastle! the Fayette county election commiseuro Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism. Contagious Blood l'oison, Bolls. Ignored, and the election commissionTetter, Pimples, Sores, Dicers, etc Insist upon S S S.; nothing can take Its pUce. ers will have to do this, or receive the bar; he represented that district In sioners. According to the reports from vass, no catchy conditions, but offoi Lexington which have not been de- .1 rare opportunity for some man in Books on blood and skin diseases will be mailed free to any address by tha I would the senate; he stands as high for In ill will of the city Democrat Swift Speolfio Company, Atlanta, Georgia. tegrity, veracity and spotless charac- nied, the Goebel commissioners resort- vicinity to recuru high grade emnot do it, for I could not conscientioused to the characteristic Goebel method ployment at big wage. ly do so, and know that you would not: ter as did Judge Pryor before he acThey told the' Republitherefore my advice to you Is to refuse cepted this position, before he ap- of deception. We are the largest tailors in Atuer-c- a. proved the violation of law commit- can commissioners that the time In to act. Wo make to measure over 300,-0- 00 registration and election officers Judge Pryor on ted by tho election commissioners In which "I had a suits annually. We occupy enLOUISVILLE, UENDEKSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY the subject, talk with were to be appointed expired last Friand he said If you would his county. tire olio of the largest business blocks Union Depot, Seventh ind filter. Ticket Offce, 2Z2 Fourth Avenue. In this connection we also call th day and that the appointments mutt 111 Chicago. refuse to act he would appoint any one Wo refer to the Corn Ti-zz- ; lot. ios9. that we might Indicate, which would attention of our readers to the publi be made that day. They did not wait U'xchango National Dank in Chicago, for the notice of appointment to reach & East be Den Marshal. You know Ben Is so cation In a recent Issue concerning the & West. Louisville to St. Louis St. Louis to LouisMlle partisan that he thinks anything Is action of the Jessamine election board. the Republ'can member, and wltb nny express 6r railroad company iu No. 45. No. 41. No 44 No. 46 right that helps the Democrats. Think Judge Pryor distinctly stated In hit their compete list of officers, both Chicago or any resident of this city. Leave Louisville 7:45a m 8:3sp m Leave St Louis 8:5sp m 7:56a m this matter over and use your best correspondence with the manager of Republican and Democratic, already We buy our "cloth direct from the Owensboro 11:40a m n:5Sp m " Mt.Vernon Judgment, and If you conclude not to The Herald that It the county board prepared, and the minutes of the meet- largest European and American mills ' Henderson 12:45pm 12:55a m o operate the most exteusive and " Evansville 2:2op m 2:45a m accept, write to me immediately and I appointed election officers who were ing written up In advance, the Goebel rushed through without economic custom tailoring plant in " Evansville 1:151 m 1:25a m " Henderson 2.'46p m 3:10a m will have the change made. I will also disqualified and proper application ac- program was of consideration tho lists as proposed existence, and we reduce the price of " Owensboro " Mt.Vernon, 111 344pm 4:00a m see that your Interests are represented companied by legal affidavits were by the Republicans. on" your made for their removal, and the board suits and overcoats m Arrive St Louis 7:32? m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:30a m in tho appointment of officers "This Lexington affair is In line with 10 from 5.00 to 18.00 mostly 5 side of the river. Let me hear from refused to move the disqualified offl- -, ,0' cers, then u cause for fiction on ths the threats that have been made that to 110 prices so low that nearly you at once." No 45 No. 41 No 43 Judge Pryor, after this Utter, ap- part of this board would arise, the Goebelltes are to do the counting. will bo glad to liao their Leave Louisville 4:5op m 8:35P m 7:45a m and implied that in such event inves- It shows that an effort will be made to garments pointed Mr. Den Marshal. and will " Hawesville. . . . 10:43a m S:o4p m u:o8p in Here is the letter referred to from tigation would be had and removal put these threats Into execution wherive our agent their orders. " Owensboro. . . . 11:40am I2!58p m j:o5p m follow. Acting upon this statement ever the gang believes the people will the Democratic committee: It irlll only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton " Henderson. . . . 12:45pm io:iip m is.SSi m We will furnish a good agent a half dsy). Seated In a Belt Parlor Caf6 Car (25 cents for "Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 23, 1899. My formal notice was served upon the submit. It demonstrates the urgent neArrive Evansville . . . 1:15pm lo:4op m 1:25am cessity of thorough organization for lart?o and handsomely noun' book large revolting arm chair with plenty of space around you, you can Dear Sir: Permit to urge upon you thi Jessamine board that three officers freedom and ease as you please. If you are a smoker enjoy as much EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. naming them were disqualified and the protection of the ballot and for the containing large cloth samples of our importance of returning to us the yon will enjoy the tarze smoking room with Its arm chairs and autire lino of suits, pantaloons, over-oa- ls, No. 44 No 46 No. 42 sent to you at the very earliest application made for removal; appli- punishment of ballot thieves." couch. The ladles will delight In the splendid ladles' lounging Leave Evansville . . . . 6:50am 2:20pm etc., a book which costs us sev2:45a to possible moment Most all of the coun- cation was properly made and legal room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing ELECTION LEAGUES. " Henderson 2.46P m 7:15a m room adjoining. You can have your mesls in this car at any hour 3:10a m eral dollars; also fine rolorod fashion ties have already completed the poll and sufficient affidavits were filed; the " Owensboro you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse 8:15a m 3J44P m Orcaaiilnf Id Pro-t- plates, tape measure, business cards, 4:00a ra and returned the books to us, and we board refused to dismiss the dis- Cllltena ,.r steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long as you " Hawesville. . . .9:13am tli Itslloi. 4:40pm 4:50a m are now waiting on your county and qualified officers. Judge Pryor was stationery, advertising matter and a please to est It, and you will only have to pay for whit you order. Arrive Louisville 12 35P m Wheen Tweed was in the plenitude 7:30a m applied to and responded: "If disqual745P m two or three others. rubber stamp with name and address Tha Cotton IMl li tba direct Una toTaxaa. It. train, run through from Cairo All trains run through solid to Evansville. Through IitIor Cars and Pull ified they should appoint others. of his power and owned the ballot ind pad fully aware of the many diff"I am and Mamphta UTexa wlthovt rhang. IHrart ronbMtloni are ma4a at hi complete, alxo an instruction man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 iculties you have necessarily encoun- There is no board In session here. W. boxes, the city government, the county jaotttona tor all parta of Texaa, InUlanTerrltory, Oklahoma ami th Far Vf vat. bookwhich makes it easy for anyono , will Writ and Ult ua where you art rolnir and wh n yota wilt Iafe. and connect at Irvington for Fordsville & Hardlnsburg daily, 36 tered In making the poll, but when It Is S. Pryor;" and the illegal officers act- goernment. the Judiciary and seemed to take orders nnd conduct a tirofit-ilil-e tell rra wUat yourtbael will coat, which trait to tat to make the time and connection., and will arnd rem an InUrvatlnf llttlo hooklrt,"! ttlf THIS. Important gun of ed at the registration. Of course this intrenched Invincibly behind the ramcompleted the most business. We will also furnish y reply of Judge Pryor will be accepted parts of corrupt power there waa the campaign will have been fired. 1.1. lcWOIK.TtiT.tart.lt, t. tiium, tii hut nt Art, formed a small club or league net confidential price list, Agent (W "We will then know Just where we by all his boards as ample license to BT. LOUIS. MO. IU Cilirj'i lanital. IftiniUC, IT.. )I lll trad tail tkl Mlf llw Ilk tl.OU, tkl lhl Ad. Ml 4 an take orders and send them to us act aa they please; that there Is no tfhose sole object was the restoration are, what Is necessary to be done, and liriUl.ri' AM UILk P1ULUH UUMS cjrmxaiu " iiikWlU itMinailoa. You can examine It at your nearest frelff rut u by the overthrow tnd uo will makothoenrmonts witl- iexpect, with your assistance, to do it. board and will be no board in session )t pure vnu find It fTurtlr aa Mnrfwnl odL txitiftl toonrini if tha,t Intolerable rule. Ills sneerlnq n fivoda,3amlsend direct to agent's when jiny action Is needed to secure Faithfully yours, fir tttertljan ortfatiift'Jfrtted bjrotben at more rot ney, ray nl VO dj offer prlrc. S3l75t tti frvlfht agent our an honest election. This Illustrates inswar to i' n on s trances was: "What iiustoiner liy express U. (J. 11., subject "ALTJE W. YOUNG." I a tho tl 00, or J0..i. you going to do about it?" Charles to examination and, approval, collect A statement has been made that what the beauties of this election law, when ire f 31.75t IS OUR .,SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE prlct efcarg D'Ccnnor, Samuel J. Thden and a few the g ., jjst.t-agent's full soiling prico and ry Is sMoIutely necessary to the yotme nun or young woman xxho would ln is necessary to be done, according to administered by an able lawyer who iu) nerrr Kdf before. t kUt h on offer aib, QUEEN i one of UieM.iDL liUUftDrmnm ""orc I!lte urto them- - "howed him what HE ACME Goe'bel's needs, and what is expected, understands Its possibilities, who 1T week we will send the agent our HUCtet-- In life This being conceded it Is ol first impotlanct to get your I rom the Illustration ihon,hlctt iMLlilai'rnfKfrraale. Imtoirrapli,) on ran ucy were guing to uo aoout it. judges that stands in the very iront rank,. I form some Ueaof Itj turarr direct from a t is that returns shall be held back from in sympathy with Its objects and who check for all his profit. The agent training at the ere Impeached, dismissed, disgraced; iroin avi.ti qi.arr.rr arnica i jk or apie trriw jiuaoirarcnrmieuajiuorramonie strong Republican counties in that Intends to do all In his power to efTHE BRYANT &STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, i tie nniha,nnnannn neou collect no money ami ueliver no l u.t mvv Mitt, in AiJtuji ..: laoirrioiocnribi i, fectuate the purposes for which it .he mayor perhaps only an innocent .roods, simply go on takiug LOUIMVILI.K, HKMt'l'UT. I Im'ii Utpg M.nobu wide antl woUb Cviidistrict til too late to be counted. onlors at was passed and he appointed. Cer- tool "was driven to England; Tweed a l1hor.1l A little vigilance and a gentle Inti , IUm (ovplfr Trtl.lt I tit Krlndlav, (fltalr. (r profit. We deliver the goods BOOK KERPING ) Seven rocr' iced teachers, each one a specialist in county boards in the Pugh dis and others fnt to the penitentiary and j. SHORTHAND. bis line GraduMe' ol this college preferred by mation that some election swindlers tain hwfll, I tJrand Orgta burl I, 4 brl. Urcdtttral Tasr4 feSg-MMarwinanirT np wgintj uru; rwioiai nrtswrri ntioaia j nets houses. Write tor a beautiful book giving testrict deliberately attempted to defraud the gang scattered, peeled and destroy and collect nil the inonoy and every may be hanged will prevent that. 8 t f it, I BM rSI HianulBiljHrilIUitteletlil., mt SI ritBtJa If !UaHrlUwbMlLI.aiiaBltN4. Pugh out of his certificate; some. If ea. in ban Francisco the city was wuuk iiruiiiiuv senu mm in one round timonials irom graduates occupying prominent positions all over the ttK Ol LI ac Under the statutes and under the rulr ft KtUdbu. friarliinl ltMd. 1 1I K M practically captured and looted; Its check his full piolit for the week,snd United States it will be mailed to you FREB. 28 inn on dst' f thetektiratcdlteiflJltr4,hHharer)alj ing of Judge Pryor each candidate for not all, of those commissioners are u n ths liltrlif t irrade tjiitrumctiti) flttod wit h lluacondition of abject captivity to the nearly all our agents get n chock governor Is entitled to an Inspector at reappointed. "A wink le as good as a It tUieri.fU , btllowiof tlie forces of evil and crime can not be from us cf nt least $10.00every week r rubber Ll&tli, wjBtoek and flm.st leather In Talreit b each precinct to supervise the counting nod to a blind horse." This "wink" over stated. Courts were the 1UH CCT AC Ml. lit K U furnlhhod with slaves Levied in a of the vote. There are live candidates means a nod of approval of every of crime, policemen the protection of of the year. iwriiU it.rre;ieli mirror, nickel plated al tit frameis OlTaal waJU ml vry moUeni improvement, W furKafreBliBBd M,e.tfr..i We will make no charge for the Hka,tMaillM.mitaia.e.IUMa4teiUl.T0r Ileal ITmSUMMIT C, O. D. for governor, and if good men. who are board who docs likewise in Novem- thieves and councils the slaves of the ublkh4 lent organ UmI Bad lh btlorf bb UttrartloB bv GUARANTEED e.Ml aa. K IMa LaJICTTO IXalllaliOX. 25 YEARS. not afraid to do their duty, are appoint- ber. Lexington Herald. corrupt. A. last a Kentucklaa from book und complete outfit, but, as the riarsertr UTiirirroaf, w ..a .,abUal In, Itakl hxiciiT aa aaraiMiraa, ihul to Imiuo ri wruun bindinif Uyear guarantee, bytlie ix aa ed as inspectors, and have the backing outfit costs us several dollars, it is pa 1T astaU.lTil.a u (IkM aa. THI CUlOtJT UtMIS Ua litl tat. term and f omiitiona of hlth If any rt girt b out Cynthiana, William T. Coleman, forir Oompers Views. utaapi at" OUK OCUilnl, rillliCUUUi we r air it free ufrburffe. Try It 01 e month and of honest election leagues and HI rtf mid yn ir money if you are not Satrmel Gompers, president of the ed an organ. zatlou known aa the com- necessary to protect oursoh es against aad talgal eaarxM, Ira u u. teal wlia o.r. nli fled. &ourtUefteoriranaill Loaoldat 31.Ti of a free vote nd n fair count, American Federation of Labor, has mittee of safety. Judges were forced to inyono who would imposo upon us WE MAKE THIS TOP BUnQT.gSFMg 'JSSSflSPSSi tiunn: at m i', iHir niiA). the counting will be all right. OUn RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED !, luaa.re nut In SILbO barvlaa- Idlest SlflO For 1800. resign or were hanged; courts cleaned by sending for the outfit with 110 inarou written an editorial for the inm, auufr tan him irwatae u.t aaaaouao now.op war. Under the Goebel law the sheriff I number of the official organ current as were the Augean stables; the police tention of Urevratcr awa ii tot alt wiui u bk)c your oelLhboraUtjtrja write llloBtrattd. working,but merely out of Haiul- na BaHaM. uRim aarr.a'a I'aunt. Taa, II uaj. n lllr oaace, of the tuTLiULiiiruvroi ldiBpapororneiroiioiiunttiiiinai lllzhOruM Berawad Uul.h ink, ordrn Kxrhan'i. at EAnk(chlfa(foi or Herman xcbaiwe Itank, New York i or any railroad or ezpretl required to deposit with the county federation which may IJna. full aid. aiu, t,ak aurlalaa, Oeardarka-reenhave an impor- made the guardians of the law and the idle curiosity, therefore, wo will ask taed ... u.artlwaay vlMWtmffffTverk, Wod black, ralaUaa.Claaraa unponj mcriicaffo. n aaia araplial r fr IJOO.ooo no, bcruprentlrunna of the lane-t- builneu Llotkaln board of election commissioner the re- equal to ...... ( ult ago. ftndenipl tf rfuh t4. ltk u yneanyi wupopioinotirown bulldi is. nfc,i.u.iinut t.tk. I It Ails. ai,,.u tant effect In tending to prevent the foe of crime, and San Francisco be- is a guarantee of good faith on the ...3a.OOIIIalSrICI(rliei'e"bafHM'Mh K.u'a He a eare trail, fall kerlV. ala. eel Vaik aart.Ua, aMraj wriie'f.i'r free siiecuiorKan, iiano turns from the various precincts In his !,',l,,i;'.'.k''l")"h'".",.,","'''l,V!ranlTOt"u""!tl"1"'l"", TW9 Vltlt trust Issue from assuming Importance came the safest city in Christendom. of the reader who decides to take irteaNuA .W.k. aaJ.tr.l!l.naea.ariv Vol) CAN MaXEJBOQGO llUalaU(.Uma. ra.nU.all..tlaai part . 1ARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), Fulton, CaintainM ni) Wayman Sl., CHICAGO, ILL, county within two days next after the aa, naiTiroa rail uui cinuwcs. Thia Tear n.mnirOi'K S30.00 Honest election leagues are now be- up this work, that ho cut this article 1IUOOIBS. OKDjtH ONI as a political Issue. Mr. Gompers TOU CAN 81X1, IT yOH SOO.OO. POtTT DfcL.sr. election, and on the next day the said takes strong ground against any ing formed In Kentucky. They will be Addroos, SEARS. ROEBUCK CO. (Inc.), CHICACO, ILL. antiboard Is required to meet in the county trust legislation In any form. He says sneered at; men used to committing out and mail to us, with tho underSEND US ONE DOLLAR standing that the big book and comclerk's office between 10 and 12 o'clock ho Is convinced tw ! B.Uan If trad a UKSKKfUIR CUiL AND WOOD that the government outrages at election times will laugh at plete outfit will ho so nt to him by In the morning, open and canvass the tool tiTOti, by Irtlgbt CO l., subject to examination. them; some will ask: "What are they Is not capable of preventing the legit' returns and Immediately thereafter to freight Sour and If imate development of natural concen- going to do?" The answer depends express, he to pay the express agent make out two or more certificates in 1.00 and express charges for the found perfect have lieui truubled a errat deal writing, over their signatures, of the tration of Industry, and that all the largely upon what those who ask this ly aatuiacuiry "I at Uta rrttUal Willi 11 torpid liver jthkh produces conathia-Hopropositions to do so which have come question are going to do. If the state outfit, with the distinct understanding I fouua CASC HliLTd to bo all you claim (or them unj .scvurod such relict the Ursttrlul, number of votes cast for the candidates under his observation would beyond board selects county commissioners of that we will refund the 1.00 as soon, till yon ever taw for the various offices, one of which doubt react with greater force that I puuhaaoJ another 8 vply and was known probity of character, whose us his orders have amounted to (25, or beard and cured bhull only De too elad to recrf paytht ommend CakCurcU wbuuover tho opportunity certificates shall be retained in the ritiiuHT upon the working people of the reputation secures confidence in hon- which umoiint of orders he can take You can save 10 to 15 per cent, by buying your AbaXTear prrnentcd " clerk's office and another of which the country than the trusts. J, A Sjiiiii i SSjOsusquahauna Maytvtlle est, competent election officers; It the the very first day. nrrruL Ae., PhlladolpUla. Pa. clerk shall send by next mall, under fMICK. Lumbor, Bash, doors, shingles and building ma-torl- al county boards appoint similar boards Ledger. binu. Don't compare this with any catchy si3.no w& cover, to the secretary of state. of election, so that it becomes manifest at tho Corner ol Inglo and 7tlr sts. A Comparison. 17 TOir.QrnniairREE .r?tw?thr The state board canvasses such rethat we are to have a fair and legal offers made to get your $1.00. The a CATHARTIC UAlALUCUfca U der Vr ItaoO m People who are inclined to criticise election, that the registration will b genuineness of our offer and our reli turns as are received on the fourth This itor Is d No. I, ovan Ii andfrtlBlit chart K 1IB111, ra&defrjnibe t lUirou, eitra the conduct of the American campatgn Just, peaceable, full and honest, and ability are proven by tho bank referMonday after the election. I have one ol the best assortments of Choice Lumber in the fluea, lrg oven faravyi corer, heay houa and frratea, larae helf, heary tin lined oven i or, The Inspectors at each precinct are In the Philippines would do well tc the promise of such an election Is ence referred to above, or you can State, and can makcitt an object to you to obtain price for your nickel platod ornamentation and tr mtiilne,, citra largo deep, genuine BUsdUh itwith those of Spain in those (ant tnse leagues will have nothing easily find out by writing to anyone entitled to a certificate of the votes rtlala aJ rrnAr, lumber. im coal aratrHada.ahd we funiirh I ftK polled. The sheriff has to return the Islands. General Rivera, In the first tn An if the lwwM riiirr perfit. in Chicago to call oil us. "?" Iwood urate, r aUnjMI .. wUtl ! bamr. ect. ia lSI A Ull)ltH ill, VUK votes of all the precincts to the county year of his campaign against the Fill self and humiliates Kentucky by the erer aura and miaranti n(riaii ...-This is a rare chance for so mo man roadtUtion. Your local dialer would c arse you IJf M pins, lost 8,000 prisoners, 1,000 killed appointment of known trlcUcrs, and I mII strictly lor Cash, which means that yon will not have luriuctt .,at0TP tba tralght U only lH,ut IllM for Taate llond ";,l''nt r raiatablo, 1'olent Uilic 10c 2ic, I clerk within two days. The next day or mortally in Hurt ford or vicinity, to lake up a iw,afuailMt lluKi. Adilma. Uood, ,Sov Wt ken Wcikeu or wounded, and 2,000 dis- unscrupulous thimble-riggerthe county commissioners are to tabuto help pay any bad bills when you buy here, and uorK fiEARS,ROEQUCK&CO,OT)CHIMC0,ltL ... CURE CONSTIPATION. at once that wttu abled disease, a total returns from the Hkvt. Ibatatk U. an Uoraajll, r.Ua.l,lll.,.J 8r., j, ,..,.. nle,n ,.,, ... vlt", late the nnd nil thev hnvn various Ispre- - 11, COO, by 46 per centmaking entire comof they appoint similar election officers, effort on his part Is suro reasonable to net him or tn i!n of his in drifts these leagues will have much to eay H0.T0-BAfrom 5 00 to $10.00 a flay from the S?"l1jKMSiM.'wt.g' tabulate thm and Immediately to mand. Oencral Otis, In the eight and more to do. months of his campaign, has lost 253 mane out two or more certincaies, one These leagues will not be composed start, and we trust that from umong men killed, 92 deaths from wounds, or which u.e clerk is to retain and an of Drown men nor of Republicans, nor your many readers we will bo able to from disease, and no Pqpullsts, nor Prohibitionists, but of get n few good representatives in m K A T3 other of which he is to. send by next fH tftf" g mail, under cover, to secretary of state prisoners, making the total 815, or all of men of every political creed Hartford and adjoining towns. ia wiVraiH nt'ji t33n B at Frankfort. The postmaster will about 2 per cent of his entire com- and belief; of men who have the right Cut this notice out and mail to the Tabulating Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, know whether the clerk does this duty mand. Mayivllle Ledger. "to vote and to havo their votes fairly AMERICAN "WOOLEN MILLS nd Billing Machine. not. Th inspectors at the various or Senator Uronston refused to be In- counted; and who organize to see that CO., West Side Enterprise Ruildiug, ITSTID- precincts will know whether their pre- terviewed with An Ever Ready,... Chicago, III., iid the book and agent's reference to his sensa- thU Is done. cincts are reported correctly or nqt, tional letter, Rtatlng that he would lilfcctlve J4IIINI.lt NKVKNTII AND I.XlLr. NIltrJKTN. outfit will hesont to you at BInmn. complete Juilca mi thfl not Time and Labor Saving Device , and If they will gather at their county support Goebel. He said that later he. The shameful thing In Kentucky pol- once, you to pay $1.00 and express ...(or Premier Uteri. d scats on the third day after the elec would come out In a card defining bis itics is that the Judge have been charge' when roceived, tho $1.00 to tion and see that the returns are propposition fully, but for brought to violate all traditions of de- ho returned to you when your orders preserly tabulated and that the clerk sendn ent must moieto be excused. the beg cency and take the stump for Goebel. 11) SffilliaffiftfflSSi amount to 25 00. by next mall to Frankthe certificates BWaWJLffl! Fi-1C- 5 .W.iNo'c.ai.tr vMi ..Willi h.iki.i.MeW'"?"' JU1 U,.iilji-- Goebel scheme to fort, the rumored Cnii(licl 29 Yrnrx. Ilrll ll UpO UkC yOUf nrVa)l 111,71 E.laeuta Your Mnwalt Willi Ca.tar'ta. Ml. During the winter of 1891 Mr Jtmes aa rtirtntel MiUlatalvrf, hold back returns till too late to be I Buffered for 25 years with a ccugh Camlr Cathartic, cur couitlpatlca forever. found tfrfMllf fisrn it ihti nail lUUlMIM counted by the state commlsstaiers Reed, one ol the leallng citizens and nnd spent hundreds oi dollars with Ocsfto, '.IG.0.0 tall, drulu refund moncr UkklTXnr (ami TOU MCA !IlltUU Ur. aotlllll, KTtBuitMKUKBSEzKKKaEtKM ir uur oimc'oi wrrpr wtlgU 515 far fin '"'fVT, icnrgt,. iii mtvcitioa rricu ZlZlZZ? mimWSTTWm can be defeated. merchants of Clay, Clay Co,, W Va , doctors nnd for medicine to no avail oJ ttti On the lotu ol December, 1897 Hgi.uiiJ. tnd tlit friiUt will avtnii Ti ctnu toe Mch &00ri.Im, mwtwrVJEwMLfcBi llwAyUMiBflHH. struck his leg against n cake cl ice In until I used Dr Hell's Pine OIVJEIT TURK .MONTHS' TRiALm or This remedy makes weak lungs Rev. S A. Donahne, pastor M. Iv hrl situ m4 infci f kwUf slMtiUw M 1.10. IU.60, tU.OO, such a manner as to bruise It severeUav Ims B.bU . BPVB W u " M arTaU Hua.1. r,t.L...7 4ttHb ill Oika strong It has saved my life I II Church, South. Pt. Heasant, W V , Jal (I9.SU . til fall ilHOP PV3K aurTioa... ly. It became very much swollen and Roswell, Grantburg, III, For sale by TnP 1 lDMin greattlt vulila aver ooirad Ur OAJJIHET lIUItDIOlt in. Arc prepared from Na- pained him so badly :ont meted a severe cold which was at that be could not Z Wayne Griffin & Urn. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS .T,f.r,r;m?.! tl ture's mild laxatives, and walk without 'ended from the beginning by violent f.,liwnu(a, oif.iJua- aakMaa Bha.hkMt uuu.r varloal name., with Simplifies Dill Maklni end writing the aid of crutches. He figures ol dlllcrent denominations In alu. Ind ice in.uu Mrlc. ,aaa hlaaj la Caliaa. aa4 laara a a. while Rentle are reliable as tieated by physicians ."oiijihlnir. He sayss "Alter resortLimn Irrlmilon alLlkttlH aau hlio IB lor. also ued ts the forerunner of consumnllnn. Dr columns. and efficient. They 'specifics,' I ing tea number ol UKUIyrV afiai iwon rom op ataav aiiuil It In no wsy Interferes with the several kinds ol llnement and two and UelPs Pine Tar Honey will cure it, TmcaoMO... MAUKUTM"u't;r,aia't;r,r.y'A5';?,,la,' typewriter for mutt llres ol work. gallons of whisky in bathing It. and, give surh strength to the lung usually kept In the ahouse, to no purhalf rtiua '4IIKUUT.MATKIUAI. IFSosussG bottle, ol Cham pose, I purchased 'Oft BiaCMIFTIVC ?am7iiW SOUP QUARTER 8AWED OAK gS5"r"! but riothlng give any TaeuiATOM eaTakoaue. until he that a congh or a cold will nnt settlr berUin'a Cough' Remedy, which acted mVO HUllku. ttk UlUBtrftUwa ui4.Js cIomJ, ibt44ldrop all good druggists, tf Ike a charni j4i. U Utf ilaf t rW lht) to HKil U ft MsUr Ukl. U Cure Sick Headache, Bil- began using Chamberlain's Pain there. 15c at I most cheerfully rcc The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. ftAd IhmS in Uc for Mwior 4 M with full Uocth UU 4iJi,U4)M4j rif tminend it to the public " For sale 4tiwr. Uim I .rti iousness, Sour Stomach, Balm This brought almost a com. 'Ulti; A 'OI.I I.N ItNK DAY f)4MMrl(l cablatl flnUb. Aittal nickel ilfaYwaruiin, fU m bulla. 215 5th St. Louisville Ky m Kin th. Irou attuad. tra. bail MaUlii ni.Kltlwa and Constipation. Sold plete cute id a week's time and be be- Take Laxative Dromn Quinine Tab- by Z Wayne Griffin & Pro, , mx .nkraM ilbi Ursa lflh Xrm kkaT atlJuaUbla tiftaaU. fiiar stuitlnn saishnaadlair tlhnL ISJU3TA8COODFORADULT8. ... IMUI aU.aIaMI lea UtitaUa. aaliMiaAlla botiblia wladar. adlnattahla buiiuiL roatakal lanaJ.ai tl WARRANTED. PRICiICOcts. nag i lbrator, tmpnrad looMwbt,adJuUblDraaar foot, Improrod ihuttla everywhere, 25c, per box. lieves thst had be nnt used this rente lets. All druggists relund money il V. J0 I Ueiatr la Utooit ee. asc. The genuine aarritr. MMil ad la tar. rataitt drM ruard kaaJ hajidaainalr daooraud It falls to cure rrcpuedbyO.HIood&Co.,LowelUl!ii, TU,lLU.,NOT M.UM. ly bit leg would have had to be amThat Is the way all druggists fel Clean llod means a clean skill, Kc aad araBaMatod lad btaallfal); MldKEL TKTMCMEO. HlU,MO. tf has L D Q on escb, tablet. beauty without it. Catcareta, Camly CatharANTIIDU lenilmn;-- V aold lot roar, eoo bolllaa o Grovk's TASTittRss Chill Tonic lot putated. Pain Balm is uurqualed for Book ulii keep it clean. I) trriMiiiHtMM4wrirMiiM4Mrrrlii kln4 tic clean your blood slid UIHIIAD iatUkIM) Clllfj, 'tonw aiU aa laev Bark. mi rva ll ODAttAinfacl Malaria, Chills and J4 fcwaTt)a AIMDIMd aatd dotUhar plaia la raanf with olTtry laachtna. It is simp Tlie Urol rreriilluii lor lillla tuugbi Uu gruaa already lliutiru, Inalluartx f Ulti; A t'OI l IN (INK DAY A tirriii up the Ujy livaraud driving all im prain-- , bruises and rheumatism of II j earn. In Ut ifruif binloeaa. barf 'y lion and quinine iu n tasteless and I'ever Is a bottle of Grove's Tiisl this maentna, YOU NOTHING btt"4taainlD to IT COSTS (r !!:t4jl4 aa arttci that eucB ualTrl aatt Take Laxative Dronio Quinine Tab luiitits from the body, Htgui ttavtr wun mvii iriwraiirr mimi lau.uu imi atna.a at.lak.M- - ua loim. Children love It. Adults piefct less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure: fojsale by Z.Wayne Griffin & Dro m . ts. Ali druggists relund niqney if innlili piroiiles, bolls, bloUlica, blackbtsd Blin MA. and than If aMiMJA aHiaalaa IILM lutlvii M jrgur lyuio. ouralrulr. raar frtlcki If l Om WmUM lutH tll.10 Co. krat IBAHlltni U um or ik. and that sickly bilious complexiofi ly taking, MalMt4 aaa l 1 1 A .60. 11, POaTBlUT, it to bittert nauseating Tonics. Price, then why experiment with worthiest IHaara, lluabutli ' aiiiliUlullW tOT0 it tails to cure 35c. The genuine has Caicar!', beauty for ten centi, All drug For eale by J, H.WiUUmi. Wtm, SEARS, KOEBUCK It CO. (too.) CMcaffO, III. Soc. tf imitations? Price, 50c. tf jliti, Mtufactlou guaranteed, lQc,23cf$9c &,.?l"'t,, L B. Q on each tablet. ONLY ONE CURE Hartford Republican. E LETTERS. Extraordinary Chanco Hartford, Ky., FOyCROFULA. Un8 opened up a General Store, tho only nt mado-to-iueas- SJt 11 ono in town. Call and cxAmine my goods and get prict before buying elsewhere. It will be to your interest to do so. This town goes without saying, with the country people, to be the highest town in the county, - here, will misrepresent the town. By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap ns the cheapest. Country produce; taken at the highest market price in change for goods. But he that says so, as long as I am in business ile-v- oio S, S S. FOR THE BLOOD rat deep-seate- d coii-missi- Iiouse-to-hou- v lir rr;r, u&sca made-to-meas- lavsxs to poll-boo- .... .... .... et l.t TO 3ENDUS QMS DOLLAR It qul-tl- t x iTJft A Business ev--i- Scition 111 s 1 (1 11111 1 , 1 ssmmffims&mm a 1 I 1 1 C II 1 lt I emmffimm&m jsgmr&msBtBxwimi SEND ONE DOLLAR JV'ra"" jt" othe-frien- o i - ri ' 0Uttt J. WoiMTtf,? liiillll !& hm Liver 1 SAVE MONEY! J I JP topUi-iJJ- Laud.-om- K s; C I - OOxxxo .ra.a. j9lX3L I 3Frioo. -- rra JSmith Premier THEO. E. BECTZXT, SEftiD NO MONEY V aVIlUII . CHILL TDNIC it TASTELES13 ffload'm Pills T IH "? VI 1 thoLjvep nil 1 mmmmm sfi ill t J0 f avaul ) 11 Mait-aram MlUbla-rjlt1 J 1 ", Ullli-NIUM- n.rt...,..r 1. A naaai W rSXMMNt& ,1 ONLY ONE CURE FOR SCROFULA. Theroaredozensotremcdlesrecommondpd for Scrofula, some of them no doubt belnt? nblu tc afford temporary relief, but 8. S. 8. is absolutely Remedy Equal to this the only remedy which completely cures It. Bcrofula isonoofthn mnatnhfltfnAtn. blood diseases, and U beyond the reach of the Obstinate Disease. many purifiers anu tonics becauso some- llifnff tnnra tlian a an Innli la wintiliuul Q U U equal to any blood trouble, and never falls to cure Scrofula, becauso II goes down to tho seat of tho disease, thus permanently eliminating every traco of the taint The serious consequences to which Scrofula mirelv Inula should impress upon thoRe afflicted with it tho ltal importance of wasting no tlmo upon treatment m hlch can not possibly effect a cure. In many cases w hero the wrong treatment has been relied upon, complicated glnndular swellings havo resulted, for which tho doctors Insist that a dangerous surgical operation is nrcessnry. Mr II. E.Thompson, of llllledge.lllo, Ga., writes: "A bud case of Scrofula broke out on tho glands of my neck, which had to bo lanced nd caused me much suffering. I was treated for a long while, but the physicians were unable to euro me, and my condition wan as bad as when I began their treatment Many blood remedies wero used, but without effect. Some one recommended 8. 8. 8., and I began to improvo as soon as I had taken a few bottles. Continuing the remedy, I was soon cured permanently. ana have never had a sign of tho disease to return." Swift's Specific Hartford Re publican. FRIDAY, OCTOBER TELL-TAL- E LETTEHS. 11 ij CITIZENS, BE ON GUARD Election Swindles Will Be tempted by the Gang. At- S. S. S. Is the Only PAST BI8T0BY AS A PBEOEDENT. Hpnn-Rrntf- Ocntlj Intlm.tn to Tb Whs Wnnld la,Ur th, llallot llus or III, n,tnrn. Snch Ohndiri In lh Ulatnnl That Vl,t Art ICuuwu tu llare Str,thrl He-i- p. The following letter addressed from the Democratic state central and executive committee to one of the election commissioners In one of the couatles In tho Eleventh district should be Interpreted in connection with Mr. South Trimble's letter to Mr. Thompson, la which the following passage occurs: "No better man could have been appointed, but it is an unenviable posi tion, and one that you should not 'accept. Our county Is all right safely Democratic but city elections can not be won with a fair count, and you know that as well as I do. Incompetent, unis tho only remedy which can promptly reach and cure obstinate, reliable Republican judges will havo io blood diseases. By relying upon It, and not experimenting with the various be appointed. The right of the nepub-llcatonics, etc., all sufferers from blood tioubles can be promptly cured, to indicate who shall represent Instead of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely undermines the constitution. 8. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and never fnlls to them as judges, etc., will have to be euro Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, Bolls, Ignored, and the election commissionTetter, Pimples, Sores, Ulcers, etc. Instut upon 8 S 8.; nothing con take Its place. ers will have to do this, or receive the Books on blood and skin diseases will be mailed freo to any address by tha I would ill will of the city Democrat Swift Speolflo Company, Atlanta, Georgia. not do It, for I could not conscientiously do so, and know that you would not; 3 therefore my advice to you Is to refuse 3S" ' to act. Judge Pryor on "I had a LOUISVILLE, I1KNDEHSON& ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY the subject, talk with and he said If you would Union Depot, Seventh and River. Ticket Office, 222 Fourth Avenue. refuse to act he would appoint any one ?:zzzz2 Z.2.T ssrrasrw. aiAscix 1st, that we might indicate, which would Louisvillo to St. Louis & West St. Louis to Lotiisnllo & East be Den Marshal. You know Den Is so partisan that he thinks anything Is No. 45. No. 41. No 44 No. 46 right that helps the Democrats. Think Leave Louisville 7:45a m o":35P m Leave St LouU m 7:56a ni this matter over and use your best " Owensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon judgment, and if you conclude not to " Henderson I2:45p m 12:55a in " Evansville 2:2op m 2:45a ni accept, write to me Immediately and I " Evansville 1:151 m 1:25a m " Henderson 2:46p m 3:10a nj will have the change made. I will also " Osveusboro " Mt.Vernon, HI 3 44pm 4:00a m see that your interests are represented Arrive St Louis 7:32? m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7!45P m 7:30a m in tho appointment of officers oil your side of the river. Let me hear from TO .OTTZS"VZI.a you at once." No 43 No. 41 No 45 Judge Pryor, after this Utter, apLeave Louisville 8:35P m 7:45a m 4:5P m pointed Mr. Ben Marshal. 8:o4p m " Hawesville. . . . 10:43a m ntoSp m Here Is the letteT referred to from " Owensboro. . . , 11:40am i2:5$p m 9:o5p m the Democratic committee: " Henderson. . . . I2:45p m io:tup m 12:551 m "Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 23, 1899. My Arrive Evansville . . . 1:15pm io:4op m 1:25a ra Dear Sir: Permit to urge upon you tin EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. Importance of returning to us the No. 42 No 46 No. 44 sent to you at the very earliest Leave Evansville 6:50a m 2:2op m possible moment Most all of the coun2:45a 11 ELECTION LEAGUES. " Henderson 2:46p ra 7:15a m 3:10a ra ties have already completed the poll CltUeoe ,f " Owensboro 8:15a m Orcanialnf to Fro-tr4:00a ra 3:44P m and returned the books to us, and we llie nellol. " Hawesville. . . .9:13am 4:40pm 4:50am are now waiting on your county and Wheen Tweed was In the plenitude Arrive Louisville . . ..1235pm 7:30am 7'45P m two or three others. ot his power and owned the ballot All trains run through solid to Evansville. Through Potior Cars and Pull "I am fully aware of the many diffboxes, the city government, the county man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 iculties you have necessarily encoungovernment, the Judiciary and eeemed connect at Irvington for Fordsville & Hardinsburg daily. 36 tered In making tho poll, but when it Is intrenched invincibly behind the ramcompleted the most Important gun of y parts of corrupt power there was the campaign will have been flrcd, formed a small club or league "We will then know Just where we ftl.tiu, aadwa alii ad tbMbl(L at Arhose sole object was the restoration PIULOU fllUJ.. bf frlitlC O. V, .taUitlia are, what is necessary to be done, and IBPUUiru AMU III sumsBlaailoB. Ynnrancumlni It at vour nearest treliz rht depot, it pure go" rnment by the overthrow expect, with your assistance, to do it repreiwntcd, equal to oivna tLal If you find It cxattlr end if tha,t into'erablc rule. Ills sneer In? lOO.OO, the greatest T&Iau jouevcr vaw and rf lai 475,OU t Faithfully yours, far tiettfr than ory&u'lertl?dbj other at more mc ny, paj inswer to r'monstranccs was: "What tit freiirttt asent our aptrUl 1H tlnja offer price, S3, 73a "ALLIE W. YOUNG." j tre you going to do about It?" Charles a., the II 00, or 910,13, and tiI,.l.t charges. nnlAP ! ..than nr it nun rnrnin nn nivri A statement has been made that what i jit (0 10 uun orcuiflL au uaio rniuc prif tbarx yCcnnor, Samuel J. Tilden and a few - rr I Is necessary to be done, according to trait.-- u(h un otTrr wnt never naa belwre norc like up to them, showed him what 1 HE ACME QUEEN lJ one of theainuiUlbUAaD8TLETEST Goe'bel's needs, and what is expected, hey were going to do about It. Judges rroni met iiiuBirtiiunaaovii, wmen nmiik raarau tftr aiaae,t.otonTarhtj ou rared direct from a t ian form some lileaotltf is that returns shall be held back from a ere Impeached, dismissed, disgraced; urn appc .ranr jiuae iroin wiia quarter aawca . strong Republican counties in that tjtf tlnlph.nnndaniiirlrclPcnratedciKlorramenU1 n he mayor perhaps only an Innocent i, t IS.VtfJt. UIK district til too late to be counted. tiwj'uuuiii, vuii im uitortf inrui wiuv auiu tool "was driven to England; Tweed l li ociaTe , 11BD pa, aaitiiowi iaiMJt, i nariii, A little vigilance and a gentle Intir aiaai, Itaa looplrr, Trtble tlrUna, Xtladta. telrtle. ind others rnt to the penitentiary and a UcUft tovpUrt, I ip fr, DJapawia lerle aal Xu 1Ihbib mation that some election swindlers lwtbrll( tirandOrgta bfll 4 fetU Ore JMtral Taard the gang scattered, peeled and destroy r.winalnrr IlMatlK keedi, HlrSI Pare ttwrfl flflodlaf may be hanged will prevent that. 8ft M. I Sri of St thanuUfljilriIIlaBllelrtaItdt ed. In San Francisco the city was af St Plraalaf II IUjHrllowMMiLlUpaMaKprd, 1 Under the statutes and under the rulr riladkuairirlpit1lrd, practically captured and looted; Its llll VCMKl hi N ic ing of Judge Pryor each candidate for onIrt linf 10 ma f iheceleliratedtilti,hn.harecinly condition of abject u captivity to the miruef irraae initrumeuui) niiwi wnniii governor Is entitled to an inspector at (obflrr tai fox Uamaaa. a)o beat )ol efclt a..l forces ot evil and crime can not be (rather, eti , bellowi of tti bit rubber cl&tb, 9 lIt I II wiatockand CriCBt leather In Talreti. each precinct to supervise the counting lllK over stated. Courts were the slaves Atlll. QM FN U rumthod with a ill Lotlod of the vote. There are live candldatfs I iiorrrricu mirror, uickci piavci ihuui immrB. of crime, poUcemon the protection of tnd every modem Improvement, W fural.k free a for governor, and If good men. who are btiek publkhtd. alool and la balerfaaUlnirtIoa thieves and councils the slaves of the GUARANTEED not afraid to do their duty, are appoint25 YEAHS. corrupt. A. last a Kentucklan from Imuk Kwrltun blndtoir siaiantee, by the ed as Inspectors, and have the backing Cynthiana, 'William T. Coleman, forrr term'1 and condUlunt of which If any (Jumpers Vletts. irt Klvesout Trv It una month and of honest election leagues and v a refund your tnitir If you are not irrrctly Samuel Compere, president ot the ed an organ. zatlon known as the comof a free vote nd a fair count, Mti fled. c" (ji iufwi urcans win boaoIdatCSl.il. American Federation of Labor, has mittee of safety. Judges were forced to It Kill It AT IIM l' llllr III l.k. the counting will be all right. OUR RtLIABlUTY IS ESTABLISHED T0" resign or were hanged; courts cleaned written an editorial for the Under the Goebel law the sheriff ! number of the official organ current as were the Augean stables; the police fi ( uralt wrltb ut auk jour DeiL hbor Rtiout m writ, ot the the LuLllfher or thli tneror Metronrilluiii Niitli nal ' required to deposit with the county I in Corn Kk'Iimi Nt lunk Chlunuoi or llfmiaii TxcbanselUnlc, New orki or toy railroad or eittrMi federation which may havo an impor- made the guardians of the law and the I impanj la Chicago. If, b, araplitl ,r ,itr floo,WH Oti, oorunrentiroon, of thftlaiveit builneM tint board of election commissioner the re- i iiliago, and emplov nearly t OM people In our ow Dulldl iff. tlHQiav iT f 5 J.00 ailHPtlUauS. foe of crime, and San Francisco belepi alfoeverythlriK' In mudcal iDrtrumentf at luwttkt wholesale prlir , tt rite "fur free special orican,tlUJ, tUm8 from the Various Precincts in his tant effect in tending to prevent the f lano AddreM, tSran,UMknkaCe. trust Issue from assuming Importance came the safest city in Christendom. r tkamialy nllaUe. ka.l,r, ,' county within two days next after the as a political Issue (Inc.), Fullen, Cjiplalnei 'TARS, ROEBUCK &. CO. Wa,man Sti., CHICAGO. ILL. Honest election leagues are now beMr. Compere election, and on the next day the said takes strong ground against any anti- ing formed In Kentucky. They will be Is required to meet In the county board trust legislation in any form. He says sneered at; men used to committing 5Ciin 11? nup nni i inI " votl thl, ble r?.n :? lli.lh. clerk's office between 10 and 12 o'clock ho is convinced that fend the government outrages at election times will laugh at aw lalt eaUara fcleb creae UkBBHtOIH COIL AND tOOD In the morning, open and canvass the Is tuOK aTOII, by freight CO D., lubject to elatnlnatloo.. not capable of preventing the legit- them; some will ask: "What are they ' returns and Immediately thereafter to d.ainuiv ,.s. freight imate development of natural concen- going to do?" The answer depends Sour and If make out two or more certificates In largely found perfect, what those ask this "I have bciu troubled a creat deal writing, over their signatures, of the tration of Industry, and that all the questionupon going to do. who the state ly eettafeclory Willi u torpid Itvor Ahlrb produces const.,' are aa4 tha KrtaUal If propositions to do so which have come Hon I found CAM. HltLTS to bo all youcUtia number of votes cost for the candidates fela. Bali. for them utid under his observation would beyond board selects county commissioners ot such relief the Mrst trlul, .ill you ,r aaw for the various offices, one of which doubt react with greater that I puuliasod unotUtr fply and wui or beard force and in- known probity ot charaoter, whose cured I (.hull only tw loo clad to reo In the be retained umrautid C.ii.careu wbutiovcr tho opportunity certificates shall jury upon the working people of the reputation secures confidence In hon" office and another of which the clerk's J, X Sunn ALaflTew li j rrHentcd country than the trusts. Maysvllle est, competent election officers; if the ,vjj susrjuebamia Ave , rnlludolpbla, ia. rirrriii, clerk shall send by next mall, under Ledger. ritiCK. county boards appoint similar boards .. u n nil. ai i3-tsecretary of state. cover, to the si3.no ot election, so that It becomes manifest CANDY lew the II 00 ia, rf wriTPFonorrininFBEE reA Comparison. The state board canvasses such . that we are to have a fair and legal CATHARTIC ent with or GTOVE CATALOCUEa m People who are inclined to criticise election, that the registration will b der nr 111 00 turns as are received on the fourth No. S, orer. f and frelKtit cbarret Tblf toT fa the conduct of the American campaign Just, peaceable, full and honest, and Monday after the election. tu iia(i, wuui.irfi liMvin (rum pbm i lijiruu, eira dues, lfC oven iieaTT coTen, heavy Iiqii antl frrates. abclf, bmj tin lined otcq cor, tiautidomtt The Inspectors at each precinct are In the Philippines would do well tc the promise ot such an election Is cerlarue nickel plated ornxmen tut Ions anj truauiinff eitr mum Rfwnto xigj tkads entitled to a certificate of the votes contrast Itwlth those of Spain in those tain, these leagues will have nothing lire deep, nutitne BUadUa irerlaia llat reroli, band- l(OliieUrirrnamti.tibaM. Ilc coal ttrairaiaJa.Ai.d polled. The sheriff has to return the Islands. General Rivera, In the first to do. It the state board disgraces it- we furD.th I UkJt an extra wood (rrat, r akinir II a per feel w4 larar. WE IBM A BIXDIIKJ i. IttiNTKK wUb votes of all the precinots to the county year ot his campaign against the every itova and ffurante aafedel.T rj to your rail- self and humiliates Kentucky by thn lost 8,000 prisoners, 1,000 killed appointment of known trlcuers, and ;"r"j'.r"""",.t.,rv"rriv."w"' clerk within two days. The next day n i .v?ji?2ri!" pinn iiintahiri 7nt 0O0d, .Nc r hli Uen W'nltfll lrUilC 10c ,&C,bJo. eachbOOrnll0a,aaai7aaallat4fl(iuo. Arllrvii or mortally wounded, and 2.600 dls-- 1 thlmble-rlggerthe county commissioners are to tabuana .& f. nn 3dkra nut.uuwiijWiwi'uitini,AWliiu ' .imr leUTiai ., IUD, . wbnnit nncmiriUm Mtl .iaO niuirinn m PlfHUf VUKC mm (XUif.,IrA Ial, W late tho returns from the various pre- abled by disease, making a total of they appoint similar election officers, CPWT, KMtBCI IU.M Hlrv Y.rt. fM.,, 11, COO, or 46 per cent ot his entire comcincts and all they have to do la to these leagues will have much to nay W andirunmnieedby MUand immediately to mand. General Otis, In the eight and more to do. UDAb .l.uio OUJIU'iobacco allrlrug. tabulate tlim Habit. ET&Vi tea flf TXS1 rT.; 'H3 make out two or more certificates, one months ot his campaign, has lost 253 These leagues will not be composed (" Es ffr Cr men killed, 92 deaths from wounds, of Drown men nor ot Republicans, nor of which the clerk Is to retain nnd cvrrc-rio-rrNr7-r- B 470 Incapacitated from disease, and no Populists, nor Prohibitionists, but ot of which he Is to send by next V IB mall, under cover, to secretary of state prisoners, making the total 815, or all of men of every political creed at Frankfort. The postmaster will about 2 per cent ot his entire com- and belief; of men who have the right Tabulating know whether the clerk does this duty mand. Maycville Ledger. to vote and to have their votes fairly and Billing Machine. or not. Th Inspectors at the various Senator Itronston refused to be in- counted; and who organize to see that precincts will know whether their pre- terviewed with reference to his sensa this Is done. An Ever Ready,.., cincts are reported correctly or not, tional letter, stating that he would not liltcctlve Juilca rm th Stnmn Time and Labor Saving Device , and If they will gather at their county support Goebel. He said that later he, The ahameful thing In Kentucky pol...tor Premier Uaera. a) scats on the third day after the elec would come out In a card defining his itics is that the Judge have been tion and see that the returns are propposition more fully, but for the pres- brought to violate all traditions- ot de erly tabulated and that the clerk send beg to be excused. ent muat cency and take the stump for Goebel. the certificates by next mall to Frankfort, the rumored Qoebel scheme to t'nilSlioil SB Yrnra. Durlnp the winter ol 1891 Mr Jimes hold back returns till too late to be I suftered for 25 years with accuph Reed, one ol the leailng citizens nnd and spent hundreds ol dollars with counted by the state commlastTucrs can be defeated. merchants of Clay, Clay Co,, V Va , doctors and for medicine to no avail struck bis leu against n cake ri Ice In until fused Or Hell's Pine TriMInn. such a manner as to bruise it severe- ey. Thi remedy makes weak lungs auta "i5S!5st)ICiJai LJIfiE strong It his saved ray life I B ly. It became very swollen and Roswell, Grant.burg, III. Por sale by Arc prepared from Na- pained htm so badly much be ti ture's mild laxatives, and walk without the aid thht could not Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. 5lmplllltf Dill Mnklnjt and writing of crutches. figures ol dlllcrent denomination In liiiiiK Irrilnlloii while Kcntfe are reliable as Heated by physicians also He columns. used Is theforerunnerof consumption, Dr and eflicient. They It In no way Interfere with th several kinds ol llnrment and two and Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure It, typewriter lor usual lines ol work. balf gallons of whisky In bathing It. and elve such strength to the lungr a,a roa aivaaieitvc but rlothlng getve any Hltf until he that a cough or a cold will not settle TaautaToa careloeus. Cure Sick Headache, Bil- began using Chamberlain's Pain there. sc at all Rood druggists. tf The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. rum; a 'om i.n onk day iousness, Sour Stomach, Balm This brou.ht almost a com. 215 5th St. Louisvillo, Ky Sold plete cure In a week's time and be be Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Taband Constipation. U I llll.XII'AY. WARKANTED. PniCHCOcts. everywhere, 25c. per box. lieves that bad be not used tills rente lets, All druggists relund money it it fails to cure 15c. The genuine tlALATU, ILLS., NOT 18.1133. That Is the way till dniirelsts Felt I'rei'ercd by C.I.IIood & Co.,Lowell, llais. ly bis leg would have had to be AmParla Medlslaa To.. 81 Louie. Mo. tl has L B Q on each tablet, tleiitleuuni W( mid laat year, 000 botlloi o OroVIS'8 TA3THI.R39 ClIIU, TONIC lor putated, rain Dalai is uorqualed for Malaria, Chills and &IUIVBS TASTKI.KWt C1IILI, T0NIO anj bar It Is Bimp rue Ural I'reaeripllon lor lillla IN ONK DAT already luu rear Inilluarei t'UIIK A t'Ol.lt mviM urmic, of it ,an, In m, dr ill bualneaa. Lara y Iron and quinine In n tasteless and I'ever Is a bottle nf Grove's Trial tprains, bruises anil rheumatism Tske Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab avia so article inat , mill uulf ureal talla. loiui Children love It. Adults ptefrr less Chill Tonic. Never (alls to cure; forsale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Dro m I ts. All druggists relund mqney if taaiiju aa) VutU TuUaO. luuriiruiy) ABy,CiB. 4 CO. It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, then why experiment with orthleM The genuine bos cure That Zjiii llark en .be fturtil with it lads toon each35c Por Bale by J, H, William.. Price, 50c. tf j Imitations 5c. tf Dr. Ulle? W LUVK I' liABTKlfc OulttC. tablet. L BeQ S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD deep-seate- d isss. poll-boo- .... .... .... 3ENQUS QME DOLLAR a T L1C 1 .. I 1, I u-- 1 A&ZMy$mt&i I 1 1 1 I 1 1" il.'jrK"" ld.luilgc Pryor Know of Tlicm When lie Appointed He Marshall? In the short speech made at Lexington Hon. William Cravens of Newcastle, Henry county, is reported to have said that Judge Pryor had seen Mr. Thompson's letter and the letter of Mr. South Trimble before be appointed Mr. Marshall. We quote the report made of the statement of Mr, Cravens: "Mr, Cravens spoke for a few minutes on the election commissioners of Franklin county and discussed to Mr. W.E.Thompson of thatcountyadvlslns him not to accept the appointment becauso work would be required of him which he would refuse to do. Mr. Cravens said that Judge Pryor saw that letter and also Trimble's letter suggesting that Uen Marshall be appointed, and he charged that Judge Pryor knew that when he appointed Marshall ho would do the work required of him." On several occasions The Evening Post ha published that Judgo Pryor said he knew of some such correspondence before the appointment of Mr. Marshall. When that correspond ence was published The Herald dis tinctly asked Judge Pryor If he had seen that fHTespondcnco and offered him the use of its columns to deny, respond, explain or justify. Judge Pryor never made answer, and so far as we are Informed has never yet made answer. Our readers remember that Infamous letter of Mr. Trimble. Judge Pryor may determine to remain silent, even under this direct statement of his fellow townsman Mr. Cravens Is a member of the Newcastle bar; he represented that district In the senate; he stands as high for integrity, veracity and spotless character as did Judge Pryor before he accepted this position, before he approved the violation of law committed by the election commissioners In his county. In this connection we also call the attention of our readers to the publication In a recent Issue concerning the action of the Jessamine election board. Judge Pryor dtsUnctly stated In his correspondence with the manager of The Herald that if the county board appointed election officers who wert disqualified and proper application accompanied by legal affidavits were made for their removal, and the board refused to move the disqualified officers, then a cause for action on tb part of this board would arise, and Implied that In such event Investigation would be had and removal follow. Acting upon this statement formal notice was served upon the Jessamine board that three officers naming them were disqualified and application made for removal; application was properly made and legal and sufficient affidavits were filed; the board refused to dismiss the disqualified officers. Judge Pryor was applied to and responded: "If disqualified they should appoint others. There Is no board in session here. W. S. Pryor;" nnd the Illegal officers acted at the registration. Of course this reply of Judge Pryor will be accepted by all his boards as ample license to act as they please; that there Is no board and will be no board in session when any action Is needed to secure an honest election. This Illustrates the beauties of this election law, when administered by an able lawyer who understands its possibilities, who ia" In sympathy with its objects and who Intends to do all In his power to effectuate the purposes for which It was passed and he appointed. Certain county boards in the Pugh district deliberately attempted to defraud Pugh out of his certificate; some, if not all, of those commissioners are reappointed. "A wink Is as good as a nod to a blind horse." This "wink" means a nod of approval of every board who does likewise in November. Lexington Herald. ahlt at Olio. The Louisville Dispatch begins an editorial in the words following: "Judge Pryor and Captain Ellis are Democrats whose loyalty to Democratic principles has never been questioned. They are men of Integrity, and no matter what may be the dlllcrent opinions of the people as to the Goebel law there has been no disposition to doubt that these gentlemen would do all In their power to honestly administer the law and to prevent frauds In the elections. They occupy positions of power as well as responsibility. They may at any tlmn remove any member or all of the members of any county boanl of election commissioners in the state. It Is not necessary for them to prefer charges and give a bearing. They do not have to give a reason for removal. Their discretion Is broad and their power absolute. This power makes them personally responsible for the conduct of the men they appoint. They can not shift their responsibility to the county boards, to be shifted in turn to the precinct election officers. Under this machine they are responsible and it is not possible for them to escape responsibility." That being the case, why are such election officers appointed In Fayetto county? That being the case, why does the Dispatch feel moved to talk about what it calls "The Lexington Outrage" In the following: "The purpose of the Goebelltes was strikingly displayed In the action of the Fayette county election commissioners. According to the reports from Lexington which have not been denied, the Goebel commissioners resorted to the characteristic Qoebel method of deception. They told the' Republican commissioners that the time In which registration and election officers were to be appointed expired last Fri day and thst the appointments must be made that day. They did not wait for the notice of appointment to reach the Republican member, and with their complete list of officers, both Republican and Democratic, already prepared, and the minutes of the meeting written up In advance, the Qoebel program was rushed through without consideration of the lists as proposed by the Republicans. "This Lexington affair is in line with the threats that have been made that the Goebelltes are to do the counting. It shows that an effort will be made to put these threats Into execution wherever the gang believes the people will submit. It demonstrates the urgent necessity of 9 thorough organization far the protection of the ballot and for the punishment of ballot thieves." ei GUARD THE BALLOT. lionet Man of All I'arlle, Should An Or- - Extraordinary Chanco For a Bright Man to Socuron Stondy Position thoYoar Around In Hartford And Vicinity. Uonr Edito- r- Wo want a clothing sale31r.au to takoortlors for iiioii'b custom suits, pants, otercoats unci ulsters in Hart lord and adjoining towns and country. Any good, bright inan,espcoiallrif lit) lias exjioriuuco as it salesman 111 a store, agricultural ini'ilouiuiit lionsa or wliero ho has coum in oontnrt with people, as solicitor fur tailoring, stink or otbur goods cud tnaltt) big money villi our line tlii) i oar around; but any goo(l,bright man, oou without pruvious experience, can make IIGU.OO a month and expenses with the big outfit wo furnish him aiidthoopportunityvio givo him if be will devote his time to the wo'k; or, if we can cet a good iiuin in Hartford whoso time is partly taken up with other work and who can devote his paro time to our lino, ocn if only mi hour or so a lay,ho will tin excertlingly well with our agency We have men in real est u tor loan,le gal, lumber, grain, railroad, express, ami other business who givq their spare time to our line with big results. No experience is absolutely necessary, no capital required. We furnish n complete line of cloth samples and stationery; have no se plnn.no no catchy conditions, Lut offui .1 rare opportunity for some man in icinity to secure high grade employment at big wages. We are thelargust Ui.'orein Amer-c- a. We make to measure over 3(H),-0- 00 suits annually. Wo occupy entire une of the largest business blocks 111 Chicago. Wo refer to the Corn li'xcliango National Dank in Chicago, my express 6r railroad company iu 'hicago or any resident of this city. Wo buy our "cloth direct from tho largest European and American mills we operate the most extousive and economic custom tailoring plant in vixistence, and we reduce the price of suits and overcoats to from J5.00 to I8 00 mostly tb to I0 prices so low that nearly everybody will bo glad to havo their and will garments ivo our agent their orders. We will furnish a good agent a large and handsomely bound book containing large cloth samples of our intiro lino of suits, pantaloons, uver-oa- ts, etc.,a book which costs us several dollars; also fine colored fashion plates, tape measure, business cards, stationery, advertising matter and a rubber stomp with name and address tnd pad complete, aluo an instruction look,which makes it easy for anyone to take orders and conduct a prufit-ilil- e business. We will also furnish net confidential price list. Agent an take orders and send tliein to us tnd wo will make the garments with n firodasandsend direct to agent's customer hy express U. (J. U.,suliiect to examination and approval, collect the agent's full selling priio and ov-- ir' week we will send the agent our check for all his profit. The agent need collect no money ami deliver no .'oocis, simply go on taking ordars at . liberal profit. We deliver thogooils tnd collect nil the money anu every week promptly send him 111 ono round check liis full piofit for the week,snd nearly all our agents got a chock from us r.f at least 10.00eery week of the j ear. Wo will make no charge for the hook tnd complete outfit, but, as the outfit costs us several dollars, it is necessary to protect oursoh es against tiiyoue who would impnso upon us by sending for the outfit with no intention of vorkng,but merely out of idle curiosity, therefore, we will sit is a guarantee of good faith on the part of the reader who decides to take up this work, that ho cut this article out and mail to us, with tho understanding that the big book and complete outfit will be sent to him by express, he to pay the express agent J 1.00 and express cliargoa for the inado-to-ineascon-missican-lashouse-to-hous, made-to-measre, 11 Hartford, Ky., Has opened up a General Store, the only ono in town. Call and examine my goods and get pric s before buying elsewhere. It will be to your inter- est to do so. This town goes without saying, with the country people, to be the highest town in the county, i. here, will misrepresent the town.' By the help of the people I expect to sell goodB as cheap as the cheap( 011 nt ry product taken at est. the highest market price in exchange for goods. But he that says so, as long as I am in business It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor uuo -- r iia cents lor a nan aayi. ocuca in a revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you, you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please. If you are a smoker you will enjoy the ltrre smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch. The tidies will delight In the splendid ladles' lounging room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing room adjoining. You can hae your meals In this car at any hour you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, tike as long as you please to est it, and you will only have to pay for what you order. Tti.ColtnnlWtUtli.illr-ftllnot- n Trial Iutralna ton throuch from Cairo lirce and Mvmphtl hrTeiaa wltnont ehanjra IHrtet mnbrctlona arr raaua al Us Indian Territory. Oklahoma and tho Far West. Juortloua lor all parta of W rlto and UU ua where you arosoln2and when yon will leare. and wo will yon wLat your tieket wUl eott. wlileh trail to time and to make lb tell 1 .. M, -.1 .1 k,.l II.. I. Tia, ... ut. tet .ltttrt.tlt" qul--tl- L . taunt, C1 Nn'r 11. ST. LOUIS, MO. Ill W-- f.LScOlOMm.rm'iKI, iu ciirtit iiiMttf. tonsviue, it. (U Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win HUtxcKS In life This being conceded it Is of first impoitancc to get jour training at the echuol that stands in the very Iront rant.. 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The genuineness of our offer and our reliability are proven by tho bank refer ence referred to noove, or you can easily find out by writing to anyone 111 uiiicago to can on us. Tliis is a rare chance for some man in Hartford or vicinity, to take up a work at once that with reasonable effort on his part is suro to net him irom vo uu to gltMHi a (lay from the start, and we trust that from among your many readers we will bo able to get a few good representatives iu Hartford and adjoining towns. Cut this notice out nnd mail tn the SAVE MONEY! You can save 10 to 15 per cent, by buying your ma-torl- 4r Lumbor, sash, doors, shinglos and building at tho Corner ot Inglo and 7th sts. al tl-- . WHP I have one ol the best asotttueuta of Choice Lumber in the State, and can makeiit an otjrct to you to obtain ptlce for your lumber. I telt strictly lor Cash, which means that you will not have to help pay any bad bills when you buy here, Fill-pin- s, s; ralUfcla.-AU- li.-- ..! w -I I er Ol OO T J)Smith Premier oomo iia.3L Prices. THEO. E. RECTI1T, j&-13l ii. ... i.. -- a -- ...i ....... - . i. .1. il AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS Dealer iu all kinds of Dulldiog Material, CO., West Side Enterprise Uuildiug, Chicago, Ill.,aiid the book and agent's complete outfit will bo sent tn you at once, you to pay $1.00 and express charges when reooived, the $1.00 to be returned to jou when your orders ID amount to titt 00. .OcSSo. - - IINTID. titlllNhll NKVK.NTH AMD INULf. NIItKl.TN, EMurtutoTour Unwell with Caater'ti, Catulj-- Cathartic, cure couatlpattca foruver, CHILL TUNIC isju8Tascoodforadult8. TASTELESS Mood's Pill ffSosssG ihe Hver V.? $15,50. WW "!' aJ V?.0ur tcuatiit,. Twa tocitio weiglist ZlZlZZT Decttnber, 1897 IM iHiun. IT andtha frttiltt will artrarr Jl cunu toe own CIVI TRIALin yovr ""..rlP""!8 you ar not a,l.1ad. hum. n vu fcUt Was.lUif. j day Rev, S A. Donahne, pastor M. E tfevUf iuUin al laLiO. allKM. til. Oil. . ill tt4.r rally 4mriW4 U Mia Ill Church, South. Pt Pleasant, W V , m m.5o fcrttunnoPMflK Ini Bawl HmIsIs. rk(l.tr: oauimsv durdiou I :ontructed a severe cold which was at pt f rSSS iv oonovmi miA "liT3 BEVARE OF IMITATIONS D n ff.V' our ail 'ended from the beginning by violent r.rllamauta, oKarmit aataa.a Maaaiaa. uui.r Tarloal nam... vilh fail m. laJ icaiuuu. Mali. am. Ilaaa ta Chlua. a4 la.ra via ar. 'After resort-ineto- a ttutuia aiu miu tu euf. rouithinK. He ys: I tlC BUrtUIUIV tun uwib rout 'epeciScs,' number ol mtai inuii -' aaiua .tiHiaa BiLia, ariru Till usually kept In the house, to nn purmat or toil. MAUKlit rULULaruatit'itiN AMfiiluA, rmaHunt; emin munTrn arktut?n lilt! llutfalATr-lllApose, I purchased a bottle, ol Chaw mi nnnnniMr ii berlaln's Cough Remedy, which acted HiaO HUi HkieToitfiUutrail piag in,BQ lf ol) to m UMd aa a tiiUi UhU. u4 ar u ikt Ike a charm I most cheerfully rc ta with lull isspn aui ana nvaa in piaua tor Mwiaff, ap 4r avert. Uit4 IttBi lUtaa frtum. canad, anl4, ambeiaad raf tmmend it to the public" Forsale daooralvd rablatt hiiimi, niiii uecftva Ufa war ist'iii rtM4 on i B by Z Wayne Griffin & Pro. nt bail baartof adJatUbl iraadla. tnuln Hotj th Iron aland Ut tiaaa tll.dru((ltareluridmjnrjjxj ui aiAitiioccAim.r your nir.i (rtlsli tupoi ana aid. Tun found iiutij ai rfprentei tttit iuralrj( .1. .) sumiM. t SEND NO MONEY ijiokk iiV.i4dttfUMit;-fif.If ia hUt. as !.. lUlUUIk I0U HEU itkkii ui.t.j.TEr Mast la III.., Uf.lir i..r Prlcfl f CO. CM. aaJ fill ?S u &mm wm L T aSfiaMtDT Po ""m JMTM fur 1 H ! -- On the loth IIS-- 4 lr n$ ffffll'" mB I't-v- br Vtimir ! Uloefl l)ec. ' Clem blood meant a clean skill. Candy Catliaf. ivitimnt It. heenlir tie clei 11 your blood Hid keep It clean, b) .tirrlnrf up tlid luty llvar ind driving allM' I lurititt from the Lodr. llegin todiy tu unni.lt pimplci, bolli, Llottliea, iiiicaliesdr, ud tint sicaljr bilious corrnexlon hi tikipg taar ikt CaecsMt", beauty for ten cents, All drug aaalMl jltti, utufactlou guaranteed, 10c,Uc,W-- in Mitm, jwNhH j ssir d, ni3Ri4H luari Ulth 1m UU pokltlTa frmt motion tftad, Mlf tbraaJlag vlbrai tevtevan lecftaatUa.aalttHaatla L..II.I. vibuii. adiutabia baarlaca, pataat a naiia iiuwrvMir, inprvita looaa wntsi, aujiiaiaui brttar 1001, impruraa aanlar. pa taut stadia tar, lUnt draw roard baud la haadaoa.. 4a and araaawalW tt Waatiaili WTnaTTTT. TUTaRTaiTn. -laa-raiil-- f, twi U aUJ-- 4 a.U- OIMRANTKKD U ln.l.f aavtl ar Vr waaa. wry aaaaaauaaaaM XnatniAtltvt. HaoIc tIU jiirt kawaareaacwamalt aaJd4tUbr plala. or an J aln effaacir work, OUA&AirfxB U ani vllk .T.ry tatehlmC. A 0OTBAM BIMDTNO IT COSTS YOU NOTHING WMadtiao.pa IW maoMna, aonbaraU .. wiintnoaafarariMinaaapar aaiMftf 40.00 ii U 1O.0O, and taa If aoaflncad fm arMir 9th . U 40.UO, au tOVK U.IO II tl aar Im it. ik 60. hi tok Una aalka yaa miinm IRTOnir. Wn HfttVAI litaart, htsabuckst Cartnrwtfhl raUabla: I t. !.. a... rl j lllll SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. (tno.) Chicago, III,