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Digital page images are linked to the text file. !SI SfsTSJV! www iiyiuwi"im'Bi'"'" p? m hpudi mtm vmvf? v ' -- 4itf$V The Kepnblicun and Louisville Commercial, The Republican and the Courier Journal, nnd the Toledo (O ) Dladc, The Republic The Uepubllcarj And Louliville Dispatch, The Repulllcan and the Globe Democrat, t I 1 1 t J ear, $1 25 ear, $1 35. year, $1.50. jini.ft 15 jear, it. 25 The Haetdbd Bepublicai. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBS PAEIT 1)1 Tlio Hopubllcau kindly invitoa its mary roadors and irionds to givo thoso merchants who advortiso in its columns tho boneilt of thoir trade. It will bo rogardod as J a per sonal favor. Fine Job Work a Specialty. '. IBE FOUSTB COKQBESSIOKAL DISTRICT. Subscription $1 a year. VOL. XII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1899. No. 15. WKWmi I- THOU8IA1VD! A Gen. W. S. Taylor, - 9 r C I.U1UJ d ilCXI WlGI HUE , a5CTi, m.m The Fair Ground TOM ISKUli JOHN P. MORTON IIAItTl'UUI), UY. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his caie. Office tn Court House. ATIORNEY AT LAW, Will practice his piolession lu all the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVRIN, 8HELBY TAYLOR, A TT01WJS YdT LA W HARTFORD, KY Will practice his piofession in oil the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties aud Court of Appeals. Special atteu tlon given to all assignments in bank Acts gently on ruptcy. Attorney at Law HAHTFOUD, KY. attention given to col' ranking abstracts, Ac also Notary Public lor Ohio County Office North side ol public square. - JNO. B. WILSON, Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System r,EANsES the EFFECTUALLY, ,. OVERCOMES the SPECIAL djrf hAB1TUALC0NST'WT,0N PERMANENTLY u Attorney at Law, Will practice hie profession In the the courts ot Ohio and adjoioiui Also Notary Public counties. R R. WEDDING 'TSB.C,AUrfECT5- euy the aeMviMt '!& let iau -- ', ? Hartfoud, Ky. MAH'r o &y (AUl9RNIAlTG1SYRVP(2. nu oacatsr 7i.re-5- i rati so. micnu. Will practice his profession In all Will practice his profession in all the the Courts ol Kentucky. Special at- oourt of Ohio and adjoining countiet tention given to collections, settle Oarelul attention will be given to a ' merit or decedent's estates, road cases business entrusted to his. care. ColOffice up and criminal practice. Office over Ohio lection s a specialty. Uir next door to Oriilin'adrug store. County Bank. Also Notary Public. Law, Attorney at Law, Attorney atKY. "HAKTFOKD, HARTFOKD, KY. J. S.R. Wedding, AnORNtY and COUNSELLOR (NOTARV PUBLIC) tt LAW, ATTORNEY- St. 3E. IFLOloy. - AT - LA W, FHltllHVCLLi:, UKflTUUUY. Will practice his prolessionin all tbe HARTFORD,- - - KENTUCKY. Will practice hia profession in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Ih courts ol Ohio andadjoinlnjf coun- and Court of Appeals. Special atties and tbe Court of Appeals. Trompt tention iviii to collections. Office attention given toull business entrust. uext door to IJoat Office. to his care. Office In Repuduoan building. Ilrci. with yVb4br gim omU J EDWIH ItOWSj 1' h FELIX nwa wtl ni Taufivsjth ir (or tbtfO. wilb rtmuT4 tttw ! arTouiauirtM. i iptu '"VMII t.y ! Rowe & Felix, 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. in tae7llh. boot inuibai. too mmag M nd9ockv lo4l dT.TA .SA riimvimi Bll aHW narjr boi.tl. tUDaJlveurvat lAFAnlanil 1a npa a.ha SUcIlM IwMf U., Cklu oU. 400. 000 liui ha ILk ULDAlt(nLlr.tralatf)Btlv () m ii3iNflOHArfrom (.curtiii svml m nn rfrnatarliL tashrarm fm.tm It liuml, Af IboiM.llW. mamaw .! Iifi. DPSIIM w udio. d cured it home without rlo Dook ol jur lleuur. will r n. 104 tndWklikty litltl rfnrui atv wooinrcv. rrr" 'i ATTORNEY AT LAW rKNTMllOWUMCY, courunruiiln ! mljltilusjenumln nltn-llflnuil t'onrt ol slv.u lo eullrrllona. OOleeln W. A, Koun JOHN T. RONE, Will limine lit prnl.aalwt In nil its It.H.bla person, of a m.eh.nte.l or InT.ntlra mini dt.lrlD a trio to lha lruia Kxuoattlon. arlLh rood AI. Hll llullul:. e SAYlOft. Ky, IlAltTVOUD, laliry aDlr.i,rnraMld..hoal,l m n 1USCOUU, Ike TAX1U4T .4-.- ilnlUmore, Ml. I Attorney at Law, A. CUBIPwIth r.(tabl jrumiaa. iiavarun-tnany thotia.vnd c.ea calutbopeUM In ttl ityt atleut two tblrtli of U Hjmptoraa reraor DR. H. B. CUU'I SOUS, lias K, AtlanU.O-- v DROPSY !djt Wanted-- An Idea J Special attention given to all .business entrusted to bis care. Office in Court House. rroUol Tour thrjmaf brlof you WMlib. ?. VTublBgtoo, It. li, far lhlr $IA prlit olTtr (ld ILU Of M( klUblTM UVtUUObi WaVttHX I in think ii Attorney at Iecw Ky, HABTPORD, In all the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly at tended to. Office with T. J. Bmttb & Oa., Market Street. R. E, LEESIMMERMAN, DON'T WALK; on th .Id. .1 your foott tl4 of tli. oora. It'. rou btv. box. by mall, Will practice his probation Its. Tour 4ufiUt Sl. or ir tt II OIAXT CtlUKIOAIi CO , I'blU. 300 CU.rrr Don't Tl.. f fit d Kai.t. Tur Uf intf. To qui! tobacco eailly Dn4 fotour. tomatf Belle, lull of lite, B8Jth4Kljo', taVdKo-To-llc- . Iho wonder workiT. nikeT'nl( Into tiMnj, All dryisMU, coqorll. Duoklrt and S4mBle 'rte. A1drs Hurling llemtdj Ca. CktUgtl trNtr York, "j" E. DAVIDSON, Attorn oylit Law, fUnrrfa'uufMtY., . ttl lu Ohio Will practice hi proiest-lonand ailj'iiniug counties. Special attention given to allbuoiuess entrusted lo bin euro. WEAKNkua.' All dtuigUU oali eujiorac Uruca-U- BJ.u ttroiiK. blooa pure, (or tirtjr Cruta. Caanuieod tobucio bablt cur uiakca Keai (do, L All II per capita' In money In circulation than we had when Mr. Bryan was nominated for president; that we have passed through a successful war with Spain, without disturbing tbe financial standard; that tlio farmers are obtainprices for all their stock and For Taylor and the Entiro Re- ing good and that all the dire propheproduce, cies made by free silver orators In publican Tioket 1S96, have long since vanished. Neither will 1 weary your patience discussing the great eastern problem, more InterOUR GOVERNOR IN ACTION for I am at this tlmcmuch Kentucklans ested In the freedom ot than the freedom ot the Filipinos. In view of the assaults which have been mado upon the administration, lie Urges All Lovers of Liberty to and especially upon the governor, by tho Louisville Democratic platform, Work Harmoniously, and tho press and speakers advocating the Bamc. It will not be considered Improper that I should say a word In reply. SHOWS UP VILE GOEBEL LAW Orr nf rolllle-t- Tharls. Now and then, some political Pharisee, with eyes turned toward heaven, thanking God that he Is not like other And Ably Defends His Administration men, which, by the way, Is a source ot profound thankfulness to other men From Vicious Democratic Attack. as well, exclaims, "Anything better than another Republican administraOne unacquainted with the tion." facts would suppose that the RepubDEEIHES THE HEQEO QUESTION. licans had looted the treasury and trampled upon the rights of the people. At the outset, these gentlemen might bo reminded that It is not disreputable Stat Th. PrCa.nt I. Ill Flrat ror any man tti nave principles and I ltaoocnlxa In Ih Ds.r Among the dare to malntats tl)em. lC noil Iat.llrt.nt Color.d Oltlien Republicans ot Kentucky are gentlercraon Bstltlatl to Attlit In Ilia ArTtln men who. In point of Intelligence, pa- position, ftanea off Ih Hoar triDtism, culture ana social belong to of Oorornmout compare with any who Elhao.tli.Iy nevlawad In n Itiutlnc will other party In this state. Terms any Addrr.a bf Kantucky'a Chl.l lix.cutlte. of reproach should not be employed by the Kentucklan against his brother. The Auditorium In Louisville, with We sprang from a common ancestry. and a seating capacity ot 4,000, was densely Ride by side our kindred have bled side died upon the battlefield. Side by crowded on the night ot the 19th to they have made our splendid history. hear Governor Dradlcy make his Ini- Their dust 1b mingled with one common soil. Their glorious deeds are one tial spcch in this campaign. He de- common heritage. Monuments to their fended h administration from the at- memory Aave boen erected by all the be the man, paralysed tacks mack upon It tn the Democratic people. Cursed withered his hand, who, his tongue and platform and press, denounced the on account of partisan feeling, would owes to forget the Ooebel law, and urged all lovers ot his fellow-ma- decent respect he , liberty In this time ot danger to their Republicans have been un-- 1 If the of rights as freemen to lay aside personal faithful stewards, turn them out let name of fairness, Bower, but tn the feelings and partUan prejudices and be manifested by proof vote for Taylor and the Republican rather than by abuse. other hand, the Repub- -i If, ticket The Immense outburst ot ap- llcans on thoriven a better administra have plause which greeted this passage and tion than their predecessors, then you state and yourselves to owe It this menttloa ot Taylor's name showed endorse to the conduct of public affairs. their how near Governor Dradlcy had oomo You arc gravely told In tbe Democratic platform that n "Republican to the popular heart. The Governor governor has vetoed Democratic legiswas In excellent vein and held his lm- - lation favorable to tbe interests ot the people and hostile to the oppressions and extortions of organized wealth.' This Is a serious charge, and I here and now say was made without the slightest foundation ot truth. Thero was never a moment In my life' that my sympathies did not go out to tbe people as against any oppress on of organized wealth. Having, during the years of my young manhood, struggled with poverty, It would be Impossible for me to turn a deaf ear to the appeals ot or to refuse a helping hand to those who. hampered by poverty, are fighting the great battle of life. But while this Is true, I have never been Inspired with the prlpclple ot the soldier, who, during tho civil war, Inquired of a comrade whether he had "airy dollar," and being answered "Set In the affirmative, exclaimed, right down here and let's play for who shall have It." I have never believed that the corporations should be allowed to plunder or unjustly take one cent from the people; nor have I ever believed that oovEitNon vr. o. biudley. or unjustly the people should plundercorporations. menso audience end their close attentake one cent from the have .rendered hia speech was Corporations splendid position possible tion for two hours, and of this tbe present a triumphant vindication ot Republican country among the nations of tue They havo constructed railrule. Applause was so frequent and world. lines, hearty that he bad several times to aelc roads, telegraph and steamboat erected manufactories and developed the people to restrain their enthusiasm mines, thereby giving employment to enabled and give him more time to talk. His millions ot people; they have In this the farmer to reach markets full speech would All nearly our whole and other countries, which otherwise paper, aud we give only the principal were Inaccessible; they have helped to build the ships and equip and clothe passages. Introduced by Judge Wheel- the soldiers and seamen who have won er McGeo In a abort and appropriate tbe most exalted position In all history; they have conferred countless address, he began as follows: blessings on this nation, and assisted For the first time Id my experience, In making It the richest and most prott has become necessary In a state gressive of the civilised world. campaign for the Democratic party to Thai they have, In many Instances, Import distinguished leaders from oppressed the people, can not be quesother states. These distinguished tioned. That they have, In man Instrangers. I believe, have almost withstances, been generous and fair,- is out exception, admitted their Ignorequally tiue. so far as state Issues are concernance wow, now are mese opureasiuu u; ed, and yet they are here to teach the be remedied. Are they to be remedied how to vote. Have they come by to transport supply the aching void that exists goods without compensation, or withbecause Carlisle, Lindsay, Breckin- out at least collecting reasonable ridge, Bronston, Buckner, Durham, rates? Are they to be regulated by Blckerson and a host ot other Demosenseless clamor and abuse, and by arcrats, whose names were ones towers raying the corporations and tbe peoot strength, refuse to lift their voices ple against each other? in advocacy ot the Louisville ticket? Not Iliulo.M tutbada, Or have they come to break the force ot those eminent By no means. These are not the of the speeches leaders, Brown. Bronston, Adams, methods by which we are governed In Sweeney, Hallam, ad others, and the the business affairs of life. The only the eloquent silence ot Watt Hardin, In correct remedy Is to be found Inlaws, passage and enforcement ot opposition to the Louisville ticket? calamity howling on wmen. while they protect corporations What la all the earth worth, when you are confronted in eyery right, will punish them for pay the with the physical facts, that the rate every wrong. They should property taxes upon their of Interest is lower than ever before; same rate as the peoburdens that work shops and manufactories are and bear tho same alarm the aggregaunable to manufacture sufficient goods ple. I view with safety at least may to supply the demand, and are flIUd tion of trusts. But who. with worklngmen, who were turned always" befound In the and will sse to to prevent any barm must adrift under Democratic administramany it that such laws are enacted as wl tion, working at their old and, In Uieiu Instances, Increased wages, that our prevent any Invasion and protect of their soles abroad are many millions mora In the enjoymentcorporations rifuta. hould than ever before, that we have nearly All cltlicns .and bp compelled by the. aw to respect the && per cent more gold and more, than BRADLEY'S PLEA rights of each other. Tue passage of unjust and unconstitutional laws, which prevent a fair and full hearing to all, engenders a bitter feeling and ends In a victory for tbe corporations. If one half tho earnestness and zeal employed In clamor nnd abuse were bestowed upon the passage and enforcement of Just laws, there would be but little complaint of Inequality. The charge made against the governor for vetoing legislation In the Interest ot the people and hostile to organized wealth Is attempted to be proved by citing the McChord bill, and the fellow servant's bill, to each of which I will briefly call attention. After showing In a strong legal argu- ment that If he had not vetoed tho bill the courts would have de- clarod It unconstitutional, he proceeded: Th McChnr.1 Stilt. ' Ailmln-Hlratl- , requlrlug-corporatlon- constitutional, but notwithstanding this, tbe governor, who, In the discharge ot a Bworn duty, vetoed It, Is to be condemned because ho did not al ow U to become a law, and thus put to great i.a.ier lltlsauts werennd damage afford annoyance its "promoteis the privilege of seeing d and condemaed by the it hlKhest court In the land. The veto dirt not aszumo that the roads were wK oui remedy, but stated that they tou'd ' ot be deprived of coming Into a ccurt of iq'Jity o stay the hands of then enilisfon. But It wa contended diet ir.e 111 I aclf chould have afforded relel.ef ia hr than force litigants toproIndependent of Its sort to protection. . r uUcnal visions Tl'ht 111 Piaced In tho absolute and arb,tary tontrol of three commissioners, not repulrcd to be lawyers or experts, riot only tho Interests of all the railroad- - In this commonwealth, but the imt sts ot thousands of their employes the Interests of the mines and mills with all their employes, tbe Interests ot etery farmer and merchant who sh.ps goods, grain, pr supplies, and the Irterests of every citizen who took pjssags upon tho trains. Those three men were not restrained In any prejudice or way. If they, tbtough ' corruption, fixed such rates as would to tbe roads, there was no be ruinous appeal. It they saw fit to strike down the railroad interests and classes named, the act provided no relief. If, on the other hand, they corruptly bargained with the roads and established such rates as would destroy the people, ' still there was no avenue ot reflet afforded by the bill. It la Idle to say that tbe protection ' ot the courts might have been Invoked by equitable proceedings or injunction. This Is a strange argument coming from tho followers of Mr. Bryan, who, In their national platform ot 1896, denounced "government by Injunction' as "a new and dangerous form of oppression." and who endorsed that Utterance in tbe late platform of Louisville. Why was not tho McCbord bill made just by providing a way In which all rights might be guarded without compelling the complainant to resort to outside remedies by appealing to federal courts tor protection undr tbe constitution of the United States? The admission that equity alone could relieve one from the unjust operation of the bill. Is tbe most conclusive argument that it should not huve become a law, But this bill was vetoed for another reason, It will be observed tjiat the penaltls Inflicted by it are "a One ot not less than $600, nor more than J 1,000 for the first offense; not less than ICOO. nor moro than (2,000 for the second offense; and not less than 15,000 upon a third and succeeding convictions." By an examination ot section 819, Kentucky Statutes, It will be seen that tbe same penalties are denounced agalnsr any railroad company for discrimination or preference. An examination of sections 213, 214, 216, of tbe constitution ot Kentucky, show that any discrimination of preference Is prohibited; and section 217 of that provides as a punishment (or su. n offense a forfeiture of the charter. In other words, the old law a penalty different to that in the constitution, and the McChord bill Is open to the sum That tho legislature has no right to override the plain provislo-- s ot the constitute by substituting a punishment ottuTihan that fixed by tnat can not and will not be questioned. WitS.u lees than four months after the veto was signed, the KeaturUy ourt of appeals, in Louisville nnd Naahvlile Railway company versus Coumcnwcalth (20 Kentucky Law Reporter, 1101), after calling attention to tha difference la penalties pro-- s rlbrd In the'old law (which are tbe a (is thoie In tbe McCbord bill) e u iho constitution, as well cs differ-- c ea between tbe constitution and o l.cr Motions ot the statute, held that in to tut as they conflict, the statute was unconstitutional and the McChord bill passed over the veto, tho court would havo been compelled to declare It void to tbe same extent and In tho same respect So that, ( appears, the governor has beep guilty of the unpardonable sin of vetoing a bill decided to have been violative of both tho national and stats constitutions. After detailing the provisions of the bill," for tho veto ot which be had boen criticised, and legal decisions showing Its uncoostttutlon. .Illy, the governor sold; Had this bill become a law, It would bavp prorvp lnJurJousJnsta.djDf ben dsie-,ardcpre-Fitti void-Ha"Fellow-Servants The whole effect of tho Nebraska case Is. that the McCbord bill was un' I I i eficial to those" claiming Its benefits. J5OO,C00 ot Whd.,; one authorizing the The employe would have gone to,trou-bl- o Issual ot warrants bearing 6 per cent and expense of litigation only to Interest, foj the residue of old Indebthave his case thrown out ot court be- edness, extending to May 8, 1897; and cause of the unconstitutionality of tbe another raising the tax rate 10 cents law under which it had been insti- on the 8100 to ray the warrants aututed. thorised, with tl lr Interest, No part of this tax went to the payState Inatltutlona. expenses, governor then gave a careful ment of current experienced but tbe ReThe publicans have no Inconand comprehensive statement ot the venience In rum 'ng the state governot the rtenitentlarles end ment (and promr'-lall claims) operations paying the charitable Institutions under Re- on the old rate t t of 42Vi cents, which proved so Inadc uate to the expublican administration as compared penses of their Democraticpaypredeceswith similar periods under Democratic sors. And notwlthstindtng this Increased admlnlstatlon, and showed by inconrendered necestestable official facts and figures that rate of taxation was wastefulness nnd sary by Democratic they had never been managed at less Incompetency, the Democratic platcost or with more efficiency than un- form, press and speakers arraign the Republican administration for der Republican administration, and crease. During a)) this tirade ot the Inabuse, that they were all In better condition however, tbey have forgotten to tell than they had ever been. In regard to you tbat all three of the bills were supported unanimously by tho Demohouses of reform he said; Including both For nearly 100 veara. ba It nalrl tn crats Incandidatehouses,governor. Itthe present tor It the shame of the commonwealth. was wrong to Increase the rate ot taxfailed to provide a place for her ation they are equally guilty juvenile offenders. For nearly 100 Republicans, and surely theywith the should years cnuaren were connnea witn oia not quarrel with the Republicans for and hardened criminals. JWe can not assisting them tn paying their debts. estimate the terrible effects ot such a The $600,000 of bonds were promptly svstem. It remained for a Republican gover- - Issued, and although they bore only 4 per cent Interest, payable nor to urge the erection of bouses ot and fell due in the short period reform, and tinder a Republican adsold In open ministration, with the able and earnest of 10 years, were premium, the market 7.47 per cent assistance of Senator Bronston and for ever received for any state largest bonds ot some noble wo- firlce kindly men, who freely gave their services to of New Union except those of the state York. the cause of humanity, a statute was you to compare this I enacted providing, for such buildings; with will thank made by a Democratic the sale and on the 1st day ot November next administration of this state In 1885, ot this Institution 'will be open to receive the same amount ot bonds, with the i the wayward children ot the state. same interest, and due In 20 years, for I Th School and Stat Flnaoo. which they were enabled to obtain governor explained how, owing only 2Vj per cent premium. The But tb crown all this splendid reclaw, and the fallto the operations of ord I call your attention to tbe stateing off in assessments, during the ment of Audltpr Stone, showing that per after tbe revonues of 1899 shall have Democratic bard times, the school been capita- - had been less than In H95, uary, collected, on the 6th day ot Jan1900, every cent tbat the Repubwhen the Democrats put It at 2.80 for licans borrowed 'from tbe sinking fund per will be repaid; every one of the campaign purposes. However, tbe warrants will be redeemed; capita for tills year Is 12.70; and thon tbe current expenses of the state paid; be continued: and there will be a sufficiency ot monOwlnc to tbe bank tax decision ot ey In the sinking fund added to Its rethe United States supremo court, there sources to pay the JjCO.OOO ot bonds was Included tn this estimate only Issued by this administration, together $30,000 taxes, to be derived from state with tho 8500,000 of bonds issued by banks tbe national bank taxes being the Democrats In 1895. omitted. In tbls way there was omit-- 1 Law nnd Onlar. ted from tbe estimate 839,000, collected II In rec.onse to the charge mode In last year from national banks. Had this amount been Included, and bad the Democratic platform that the Re- publican administration was unable to tbe Republicans for camnalen nurposes, overestimated the revenue for for 1899 by 8113,528, as our predeces- enforce law and order in Kentucky the sors did In 1895. the declared per cap- governor gave some historical facts ita would have been 82.92. about disorders and mobs In the state; showed how he had need all the powers rianafemenc of tb Flnaaeaa. In 1397, !a bis message to the gen- - tbe law gave him, and how an obstructeral assembly, Governor Stevenson, In ive Democratic legislature had refused speaking ot the sinking fund, said: to give him the necessary powers he "Wero the entiro Indebtedness ot the commonwealth liquidated, there would asked for. He bod sent troops whenstill remain to the credit ot tbe sink- - ever they were asked for, and he vindiIng fund 87 026,433. From It must be cated his aotioa in calling troops to deducted tbe depreciation ot the turn- Frankfort during the legislative sespike stocks, and to it .must pe added appreciation ot bank stocks over their sion of 1896. nar value. I havo not the data to MUoallanaooa, make tbls calcalatlon. It may be safeThe governor took credit for seour-'ln- g ly assumed that after the extinguisha monument to the Kentucky solment ot tbe entiro Indebtedness ot the commonwealth, several millions would diers nt Chlckaroauga, which a Demo-cratyet remain to tbe credit of the sinking administration had neglected fund." In addition to tbls he states that ' to do. He made some fun about the hill, the government ot the United States bicycle bill and the double-headthen owed tho state on Its war debt and he showed how a Democratic sen81,468,937. This amount has since j ate and a Democratic legislature, inbeep paid. stead ot helping to better tbe affairs But when the Republican administration came Into power Jan. 6, 1898, of the state, bad deliberately hamperIt found that nearly all these millions ed and obstructed his efforts in tbat had been dlssloated. and the balance ot the sinking fund remaining was direction. only 8813,280. Notwithstanding this Speaking ot tho negroes, he said: fact, aside from educational bonds Tb Nogrora. amounting to 82.312,896, the state The present Is the first state adminwas In debt 8671,391, of old Indebtedto recognize In the deserving ness, besides outstanding warrants ot istration and Intelligent negro a person entitled izit.oDi. ana claims men in tne office upon which warrants had to assist In the affairs of government. You have doubtless heard ot "negro amounting to not been Issued, while there was In the treasury doctors in the lunatic asylums." Someonly 8153,782. In other words, tbj times our Democratic friends become state, aside from educational bonds, confused. In one breath they will atwas then In debt beyond Its means uf tempt to persuade the negro that they are his friends, and that in them alone payment outot the treasury, $1,017,115. salvation; be hope rtsiurc.i cr tsa can In the nextfor political to play on fund, me state, u icr eiu-iulz a&'.ut, awed a Lala.o ct and prejudice otwill attempt by tolling tbe whites the i every them of the horrible outrage that has $.03. 8C5. been committed by putting "negro And In order to produro this showing, there has been during tbi Cisl doctors In the asylums." There has been but one negro doctor appointed, years!892-3-4-up to December, fpnm rrtM alnVln. fu'iil itlv.M.rf He was placed In tho Central asylum, and although there are a number of Into the revenue proper, without any order ot transfer. 81.124,-68- 6 Democratic commissioners of that Inot which bad been stitution, I have beard no complaint not one dollar repaid. Not only did tbe state owe concerning him; but, be It said to the race, the amounts on warrants issued, and credit of nlsnothingon tbe contrary,fa- I but the most claims field on which warrants had have heard vorable reports. lie baa charge only not been Issued, but claims continued to pour In on the old Indebtedness, and of tbe negro wards and no supervision There current expenses, which could not be of Tie whlto patients. negroeswas not In tha a sufficient number ot met b reason of the Impoverished condition ot the treasury, until the other asylums to Justify the appointment of a negro physician, If thero of warrants issued whole amount bad been there would have been one 81,717.534. For eight months before our prede- appointed at each to take charge of cessors went out ot olUco they were his people. On the agricultural board, unable to pay all tbe current expenses the moat Important In tbe state, there wa's appointed another reputable and and the people were compelled to discount tbelr claims with the brokers Intelligent negro, whose services hare of the state. been of tbe greatest Importance to bis a'.d curbstone thriven This, however, wss by bo means the race, and who- - has sensibly and honor first time they had been Compelled to ably discharged every duty. There tffco such action under Domocistle was another appointed trusteo ot the colored normal school, and he has ru e. in 1896 the Republican house passed faithfully and ably discharged every duty. There was yet another, appointA bill to remedy this evil, but tb penitensenate tailed tb concur, .and ed lumber inspector at tbe efficiently thus the creditors ot tho state were tiary, and he honestly and discharged bis duties These four men year. postponed another Underwood and Porter, Harper. Ilur being able no longer to resist tbe popular demand, at tbe called ses- Robb have demonstrated under Re- sion In May, 1897, three bills were CONTINUED ON Mill PCE. Pseli one; providing for.tbo Issue of y Ken-tucI interest-bearing lo ' er aua-ltor- 's 82CS,-83- 2, i- -o i.1 5 A Wife Says: urfft have four ciuUrtn, lyith the tint thrrr I suffered almost unbearable pains from 12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed tmdet the influence of chloroform. I used three bottlrt of Mother's Friend before our tul child came, which U a strong, fat and healthy boy, doing my housework up to within two hours of birth, and suf- - feredbutafewfurd 'rvi pains. This linl- -, mentis the grand est remedy wma made.'' ever' sy.mskuams' w Mother's Friend ' m will do for every woman what it did for the! Minnesota mother who writa the above Utter. Not to use it during; pregnancy is a mistake to b paid for in pain and suffering. Mother's Friend equips the patient with a strong body and clear intellect, which tn turn are imparted to the child. U iclaxei the muscles and allows them to expand. It relieves morning ilrlrnri and nervousness. It puts all the organs concerned in perfect condition for the final hour, so that the actual labor is short and practically paioless. Dan ger of rising or hard breasts b altogether avoided, and recovery is merely a matter ol a few days. Druggists sell Mother'. Friend for f I a bottla. The Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. Sand for our froo lllnstratad book. 1,5- - flTJu.kA. : a&ss&Qi&aa 1C, SM a m TASTELESS L i IS JU8TASCOOD ILL. U Pa L 1 PRICE COctS. Nov. 14, 1533. -- f o FORADULT3. WARRANTED. rarlaSledKlaaro., Ht loula.Ua. ft00 v aold laafc rear, boulaa ol Canucraeni 01 Wifa TAMKLKM C1IIU, TON 10 an4 ban bot iT.t thro aroaa alraadf thia rear, la all oor ax. Mtiaoe ol It yoara. In tb druic bualneaa. nar neror sold an artlclo that fnv u' a ual.er.al aula, lourattulr, UcUoa aa jour Touts, Oil.iTIi, 111, Aliair.ClnRiCO. For sale by J. H. Williams. "S r NICOTINiZED NERVES. Mllllont ot America's men dav (fter dav Iced their nerves with tobacco, until the nerv.s become nlcollnlied and tha tne ntuvt blood creep and crave lor more tobacco. H'a n rJItaain. Tk.t'a ...tul a haKII and Is all tbls world there It butcno !H guaranteed cure, NO-TO-BA- C. Attat (Vim mtlMilrt hilYAt In two rears; 300,000 cured, Ulls th sSf a I dory ol crest merit. hiNmikar. va.lnraatiltaHto In Urttak men. Many report a gain ol tea pounds la ten dirt. Cobtrj It year itar BRMUSrS ItUMNTEE. 3 care Dotn-ucrat- le Hrerr drunUt Is authorised to sell under abaolut guarantee wary rurm or suuruxu uanc. r wrltteu guarantee, fivo aanulo of a ," ninllttl for tho Mlilng. . Motitroal.ain,, KuwYotk. i ucitiB cmiiou aud Bins rum binoku .Your 1.1(0o, 1 Ad-g- wo tl GASCARrrsMr .JtSa The Tbe The The ormTDlDlaag; DFLcttoss. Kcpubllcun Republican Republic Republican The Kepulllcan ami Louisville Commercial, i j'iai,$i 25 nnd the Courier Journal, 1 jear, $1 5 nnd the Toledo (O ) Blade, I )ear, $t as and Louiaville Dispatch, 1 year, $1 35. and the Globe Democtat, 1 enr, $1 50. The Haetdbd Republicai. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBE PARI? IX THE FOUKTB COHQRCSSIOHAL DISTRICT. Tho Ropublican kindly invitoB its mary readers and Irlonda to glvo thoso merchants who ndvortlso in its columnB the boncllt ct thoir trado. It will bo rogardod as a per sonal favor. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. Subscription $1 a year. F'lWK THtfUSAyD! XII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1899. No. 15. 3C3ESC "SsES "mWTE Gen.W H The Fair Ground TO JOHN P. MORTON IIAUTlOItl), KT. Special attention given to all business entrusted to bis cate. Office tn Court House. J eficial to those" claiming US benefits. The employe would have gone to, trouble and expense of litigation only to have his case thrown out of court because of the unconstitutionality of tho law under which It had been instituted. State Inntitutlnnt. Tho governor then gave a careful and comprehensive statement ot the operations ot the penitentiaries and the charitable Institutions under Republican administration as compared with similar periods under Democratic admlnlstatlon, and showed by Incontestable official facts and figures that they had never been managed at less cost or with moro efficiency than under Republican administration, and that they were all In better condition than they had ever been. In regard to houses of reform be said: For nearly 100 years, be it said to the shame of the commonwealth. failed to provide a place tor her Juvenile offenders. For nearly 10O years cnnaren were connnea witn oia and hardened criminals. We can not estimate the terrible effects ot such a system. It remained for a Republican governor to urge the erection of houses ot reform, and under a Republican administration, with the able and earnest assistance of Senator Bronston and kindly of some nobI6 women, who freely gave their services to the cause of humanity, a statute was enacted providing, tor anch buildings; and on the 1st day ot November next this Institution will be open to receive the wayward children ot the state. Ken-tuc- ATIORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, Will practice his prolession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special attention fclveii to collections. attorney atKY.Law ATT01WEY AT LAW M. L. HEAVUIN, SHELBY TAYLOH, HARTFORD, KY Will practice his piofession in nil the coutUol Ohio and adjoining counties Special atten aud Court of Appeals tlon given to all assignments in bank ruptcy. Acts gently on Kidneys, Liver and Bowels ClEANses -- the Attorney at Law UAKTFOKD, KY. uttention given to col making abstracts, &c. also Notary Public lor Ohio County Office North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, r ltrcir r r iui 2SFc3fe2S8BeS& vw-i fc.wi i . i i v wr-n-i-- the System v SPECIAL OVERCOME.' H48mi,C&NSTlPAT.0N ilMi T "w"" THE PERMANENTLY. Attorney at Law, IlARTrOBI), KY. Will practice hie profession in the tho courts ot Ohio and adjoinini Also Notary Public counties. BUT StMVINt-MAH- R R. WEDDING D bf (AUJ?RNIATGfSYRVP. w? v"."h ."Sir." tt m taw. ret outwn sui triu h !r Will practice his profession in all Will practice bis profession in all tbe the Courts ol Kentucky. Special at- courts of Ohio and adjoining countiet tention given to collections, settle- Careful atteutioo will be given to a ment or decedent's estates, road cases business entrusted to his care. ColOffice op ud criminal practice. Office over Ohio lections a specialty. door toGrithVadrug store. County Dank. Also Notary Public. Uiu next Law, Attorney at Law, Attorney atKY. "HAKTFOUD, HARTFOIID, KY. J. S. R. Wedding, it AnORNEYind COUNSELLOR (NOTARY PUBLIC) UW, ATTOIUYEY- HARTFORD,- - - KENTUCKY. Till practice hta profession (n all tbecourtsol Ohio andadjoining counties and the Court, of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust-t- o his care. Office in Republican building. J KDWIN ROWK. V FMIIIItVtLI.R, UKMrVC'UT. Will practice his profession-iall the &. 3E. Rotoy, W, - AT - LA courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Hpccial attention jjivtn to collections. OOico next door to IJost Office, rtmuf ta tliatii lor tobawwo. oat iirroiisoiiirM. aspaia Safl 1 W004 (int. purioaa torsi loal ntabgd,TrA'. I t)4 with Jirtff mishit. yu vhorthtr ns iunrauADii,n sjomUm ZwX fSTlr I k. L PRLIX I a DRu uMboifti uur Rowe & Felix, X E.Z" "'." iHiiniH,is fvDdMCktK rw I m I. to hkLJ HARTFORD, KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Coutt of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald Jtt&tU afiPtS Lna,llnll.trtatntlv On a a, mt uswij iuih w, REXk & r raaraiiitaaxl la run ap fust J mnnsi ww n m w a at, w un drafptfiat wfao iiiivpasn iori. TKa iiwiii .- sro pa w V pmf 1T". !.po caiiiruriu atrMl, ttiitof aUatjajl. Cataa, Ita Irl. building. Q Fmc"'"ll"l c, rln OS currd out H. tndVklsktr Ittlti l horn, withtleul.r. U WOOllt? 1M Nn,4 Mnt BouJcotixr OLH lllltl to UHl rrf Ol tu. JOHN T. RONE, ATTORNEY AT LAW A. w n:.Mi,iiiow.N,!iT, Will prncilrofiie prnMeelon In nil inn conrla t Uhlo n MlJoluliiR-cnunil- t Mteti-llo- n nnd Conrl ul Appenla, nclil given lo rollrellona. OUIrelu W. ltetubi pcrMui or mficbknleftl or loTtDtiTs mloJ dcilrlngft trip 10 tho 1'arla Kipoiltion, wltti good Iftltrr uidfi)npal(t,hoii lit writ Tho 1'A'tltNT 1USCOUU, ilidtlmore, M,l. V Kne IIuIIUImb;. DROPSY . Attorney at Law, Ky. l tty at na iii.iuoniiianu Ban VAiairoaiiainiirt1. Dg. H.B.GaUtK't SONS. Uo K. AtlanU.Oa. eKUblt llfiutnl.f. lUverurrxt iuny thouiADd ctM calk-- hojl- Intel nr all h? mptotna ramor CDRIDwlth i i ? ' Special attention giveu to all business eulrusted to his care. Office in Court House. IIaiitkohd, Wanted-- An Th9 ein tblnic of aoiut Ifupla iuidK hi patcutr froUoi your ldoai thy tnav kriof you waaHh CO PaUnl AUf Wrlto JOHN WkUJDEi.UURH ya Waablcaton. 1. thoir tlAU tuiaaoflar o4 lut of two IstvuUrM to fattUoo Idea 0Jr watL Attorney at I&vtf Ky, Uartv-oiid, R. E. LEE8IMMERMAN, DON'T WALK on tho ild, of your root I ,14 of tho 00m. It't toir tr rou hovo A.COnN Malva, ISo. box. Tour drutitft. or by moil. OIANT CIlUMIOAt, CO., st Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly at tended to. Office with T. J. Bmltb Will practice bit profession in all tbe aim cuorrr tn btu. &G., Market btreet. .. -- ss Attornoyit lUnrj-yirbr'JC- J E. DAVIDSON, Law, , Don't Tt Siceo Soil to4 Fmk Tour Uf Jknif, To quit tobacco eull snt loronr. bo nag nollo. lullot lllo, mrio ohj iljor, UIipKo-To-tc. tho wnndtr worltr. tliol niftkel r)')l tnoa ttMng, AH drytjUU.lOoorll. .Cul iera-terDooklct n4 samniu roo. Aldr Rttrltng Ilemodj Co.. CHilim orNw-- York, ?( l"va rtatTBBS for SPINAL Will practlc bin profeselou. lu Ohio AIIdrusgUUMll'urtor23c and adjoining counties. Special at(or sirtjr Crnlo. tention Rlvon tu ttllbusiutts eiitruited ruartuioi:d tohac o balu iniro uiakei voa to his caro. tutu ttroutf. blood puro. (oo.il. All driurvuu per capita' In money In circulation than we had when Mr. Bryan waa rights of each other. The passage of unjust and unconstinominated for president; that we have laws, which prevent a fair through a successful Sassed without disturbing the war with tutional hearing to all, engenders a financial and full standard; that the farmers are obtain- bitter feeling and ends In a victory for ing good prices for all their stock and the corporations. If one half the earnFor Taylor and tho Entiro produce, and that all tho dire prophe- estness and zeal employed In clamor the cies made by free silver orators In nnd abuBO were bcatowed upon laws, Tiokot passage and enforcement of Just 1S9G, have long since vanished. Neither will I weary your patience there would be but little complaint ot discussing the great eastern problem, Inequality. more InterTho charge made against the govOUR GOVERNOR IN ACTION.. for I am at this tlmetmuch Kentucklans ernor for vetoing legislation In the Inested in the freedom ot terest of the people and hostile to orthan the freedom of tho Filipinos. In view ot the assaults which have ganized wealth Is attempted to bo proved by citing the McChord bill, and been mado upon the administration, He Drgoa All lorers of Liberty lo and especially upon the governor, by tho fellow servant's bill, to each of Louisville Democratic platform, which I will briefly call attention. tho Work narmoniously, and tho press and speakers advocating Tho McChnn! Illll. the same. It will not bo considered ImAfter showing In a strong legal arguproper that I should say a word In reply. ment that If he had not vetoed the SHOWS UP VILE GOEBEL LAW Orr of Polltte.it fharUee. bill the courts would havo deNow and then, some political Phariclared It unconstitutional, he prosee, with eyes turned toward heaven, thanking Qod that he Is not like other ceeded: And Ably Defends His Administration The whole effect ot the Nebraska men, which, by the way, Is a source of profound thankfulness to other men case is, that the McChord bill waa unFrom Vicious Democratic Attack. as well, exclaims, "Anything better constitutional, but notwithstanding this, tbe governor, who, in the disthan another Republican administraOne unacquainted with the charge of a sworn duty, vetoed It, la tion." facts would suppose that the Repub- to be condemned because be did not DEEIHES THE HEORO OnESTIOIT, licans had looted the treasury and at ow it lo become a law. and thus trampled upon the rights of the peo- a.ter litigants were put to great afford nnno)aare and damage seeing ple. At the outset, these gentlemen might its "promote! s the privilege of by tho and eondemaed It d Tho FrMoat lo tho Flrit Stats Admlo. be reminded that It Is not disreputable The veto the hlghut ror any man to have principles and did not court In that land. roads wero Islmtlon to lUooralio In tho Deserr-lnthe nsiumo Among the to malntnla tbtm. and Iatoltef ont Colorod Oltlien a dare wl. oiii remedy, but stated that they Republicans ot Kentucky are gentlecoming Into rerioo Batltlod to Ae.lit In tho AOT'lro men who. In point ot Intelligence, pa- leu'd ' ot be deprived of the hands of position, a mutt of in'iity o stay looaeo of the Hour triotism, culture and social belong to the u amission. Hut it wai contended of Qurornmont will compare with any who Exhouitltolr Itevlowtd In n Itluiinc any other party In this state. Terms tbst the HI i Jflf should have afforded tt,.ef ra hr than force lltlgauts to reAUdr.n br Koatuekj ChUr lixecuturs. ot reproach should not be employed by the Kentucklan against his brother. sort to .'V.urtri Independent of Its proprotection. r The Auditorium In Louisville, with We sprang from a common ancestry. visions I 111 constl utlcnal absolute and P aced In the Tbht and a seating capacity ot 4,000, was densely Bide by side our kindred have bled sldo arbitrary control of three commissionby died upon the battlefield. Side ers, not rtculrcd to be lawyers or excrowded on the night ot the 19th to they have made our splendid history. perts, rot only tho Interests of all the hear Governor Dradloy mako his Ini- Their dust is mingled with one common soil. Their glorious deeds aro one railroad In this commonwealth, but tial speech In this eampalea. He de- common heritage. Monuments to their the tmt "Mi ot thousands of their emthe interests of the mines memory bavo been erected by all the ployes v.lth all their employes, the and fended ha administration from tho Inmills Cursed be the man, paralysed made upon tt In tho Democratic people. his tongue and withered his hand. who. terests ot etery farmer and merchant sh.ps goods, grain, or supplies, platform and press denounced the on account ot partisan feeling, would who owes to and the lrterests of every clt'zen who Ooebel law, and urged all lovers ot forget the decent respect ho took passage upon tho trains. Thoso his fellow-mathree men were not restrained In any liberty In this time ot dancer to their If the Republicans have been unway. If they, through prejudice or rlghtB aa treemen to lay aside personal faithful stewards, turn them out of corruption, fixed such rates as would power, but in the name of fairness, let feelings and partisan prejudices and the charge be manifested by proof bo ruinous to tbe roads, there was no appeal. It they saw lit to strike down vote for Taylor and the Republican rather than by abuse. the railroad Interests and classes Repubother hand, If, named, the act provided no relief. If, ticket The immense outburst of ap- - licans on thogiven a better the administrahave corruptly bargreeted this passage and tion than their predecessors, then you on the other hand, theyand established plauee which owe It state and yourselves to gained with the roads this mention of Taylor's name showed endorse to the conduct ot public affairs. such rates as would destroy the people, their still there was no avenue ot relief afhow near Governor Bradley had come You are gravely told in the Democratic platform that n "Republican forded by tho bill. that the protection to the popular heart The governor governor It Is Idle to say baa vetoed Democratic legiswas In excellent vein and held hla lm- - lation favorable to the interests ot the ot the courts might have been Invoked by equitable proceedings or Injunction. people and hostile to tho oppressions This Is a strange argument coming and extortions of organized wealth. Is a serious charge, and I here from tho followers of Mr. Bryan, who, This and now say was made without the In their national platform ot 1S96, denounced "government by Injunction' slightest foundation ot truth. There was never a moment In my as "a new and dangerous form of opdid not go put pression," and who endorsed that utlife that my sympathies to the people as againit any oppress on terance In tiro late platform ot Louisof organlxed wealth. Having, during ville. Why was not the McChord bill made the years of my young manhood, Just by providing a way in which all struggled with poverty. It would bo Impossible for me to turn a deaf ear to rights might be guarded without comtho appeals ot or to refuse a helping pelling tho complainant to resort to outside remedies by appealing to band to those who. hampered by povcourts for protection under tbe erty, are fighting the great battle of Is true, I have constitution of the United States? life. But while this The admission that equity alone never been Inspired with the prlpclplo of the soldier, who, during tho civil could relieve one from the unjust operwar. Inquired of a comrade whether he ation ot the bill, Is tbe most concluhad "airy dollar," and being answered sive argument that tt should not have in tho affirmative, exclaimed, "Set become a law, But this bill was vetoed for another right down here and let's play for who reason. It will bo observed tjint the shall bavo It." penalties Inflicted by It are "a fine of I have never believed that the cornot less than S500, nor more than porations should be allowed to plunfirst der or unjustly take one cent from the $1,000 for the moro offense; not less than $2,000 for the believed that than 1500, nor people; nor have I ever aOVEItKOU W. O. BRADLEY, second offense; and not less than the people should plunder or unjustly 35,000 upon cIobs atton-Uo- n take one cent from tho corporations. a third and succeeding conmeose audience and their e victions." have .rendered for two hours, and his Speech was Corporations splendid position posslb By on examination ot section 819, ot this present a triumphant vindication ot Republican the country among tho nations of tho Kentucky Statutes, it will be seen that the samo penalties are denounced They have constructed railrule. Applause wua so frequent and world. lines, agalnsr any railroad company for disroads, hearty that he had several times to ask erected telegraph and steamboat crimination or preference. An exammanufactories and developed the people to restrain their enthusiasm mines, thereby giving employment to ination of sections 213, 214, 215, ot the millions of people; they havo enabled cocstitutlon ot Kentucky, show that and give him more time to talk. His tho farmer to reach markets In this any discrimination of preference Is full speech ould fill nearly our whole and other countries, which otherwise prohibited; and section 217 of that helped to provides as a paper, and wo give only tbe principal were Inaccessible; they haveand clothe su n offense a forfeiture punishment tor ot the charter. build tho ships and equip by Judge WheelIn other words, the old law ptussag8. Introduced the soldiers and seamen who have won a pqnalty different to that pre-- r position In all hiser McGee In a short and appropriate the moat exalted ilbed In the constitution, nnd tho tory; they have conferred countless address, he began ta follows: blessings on this nation, and assisted McChord bill is open to the same That tho legislature has no For the first time In my experience. In making it tho richest and most prorl&ut to override tbe plain provlslo-- a It has become necessary in a state gressive ot the civilized world. campaign tor (he Democratlo party to they have, In many Instances, of tbe constltut- l- by aubstltutlng a That Import distinguished leaders from oppressed the people, can not be quesP'inlibment otturthun that fixed by that lcstiumcnt, can not and will not other states. These distinguished tioned. That they have, In man r Instrangers, I believe, have almost withstances, been genorous and fair, is to (.uestioned. Wlth.n less than four months after out excepUon, admitted their Ignorequally true, ance bo far as state Issues are concernNow, how are these oppressions to the voto was signed, the Kentucky ed, and yet they are here to teach tbe be remedied. Are tbey to be remedied court of appeals. In Louisville and Iaahvlile Railway company versus how to vote. Have they come by requiring corporations, to transport Commonwealth (20 Kentucky Law Re) supply the aching void that exists goods without compensation, or withbecause Carllslo, Lindsay, Breckin- out at least collecting reasonable porter, 1101), after calling attention ridge, Bronston, Buckner, Durham, rates? Are they to be regulated by to lis differentia la penalties pre-- s rlbcd In the old law (which aro tbe Dlckerson and a host ot other Demosenseless clamor and abuse, and by art u a as thme In tbe McChord bill) crats, whose names were once towers raying the corporations aud tho peoa u tho constitution, as well as differ-- c of strength, refuse to lift their voices ple against each other? eu between tbe constitution and In advocacy ot the Louisville ticketT Nat ItuiluoM Molbodo. o cr sections of the statute, held that Or have they come to break the force These are not the lu S3 fur as they conflict, the statuto By no means. ot tho speeches of those eminent leaders, Brown, Bronston, Adams, methods by which we are governed in waa unconstitutional and void Had the McChord bill passed over Sweeney, Hallam, ad others, and the the business affair ot life. Thy only the eloquent silence ot Watt Hardin, In correct remedy Is to be found Inlaws, the veto, tho court would havo been compelled to declare It void to the passage and enforcement of opposition to the Louisville ticket? What U all the calamity bowling on wuich. while they protect corporations sai.ie extent and In tbe same respect for So that. It appears, the governor has earth worth, when you are confronted In every right will punish them tho pay with the physical facts, that the rate every wrong. Thoy should property been guilty of the unpardonable aln of vetoing a bill decided to have bten ever before; same rate of taxes upon their ot Interest fa lower than burdens as the peothat work shops and manufactories are and bear the same alarm the aggrega- violative of both tho national and state cpostitutlons. ple. I view with unable to manufacture sufficient good After detailing tho prorations ot tho to supply the demand, and are filled tion of trusts. But safety at least may people, who, to bill," for tbe veto ot with worklngmen, who were turned always" befound In the and will sea to prevent any barm must Democratic administraadrift under will which ho hat) been criticised, and legal tion, working at their old and, In many It that such laws are enacted as them decisions showing 1U unconatltutlon, Instances, Increased wages, that our prevent any Invasion and protect Mlty, (lie governor sold: eale abroad are many millions mora In the enjoyment ot their r gbU. than ever before, that we have nearly All cltUens and corporations should Had this bill become a law. It would oor ceat more gold nod mora than be compelled by the law to respect the havp prorep lnJurJouaJnsta.d.ot ben ta BRADLEY'S PLEA 14 ' I td B , Tho School and State Flaaooea. I I I The governor explained how, owing to the operations ot law, and the falling oft In assessments, during the Democratic bard times, the school per capita- - bad been less than In 1895, when the Democratc put It at 2.80 for campaign purposes. However, tbe per capita for this year Is 12.70; and then he continued; Owing to the bdb.k tax decision ot the United States supreme court, there was Included in this estimate only $90,000 taxes, to be derived from state banks the national bank taxes being omitted. la this way there was omitted from the estimate 139,000, collected last year from national banks. Had this amount been Included, and bad tbe Republicans for campaign purposes, overestimated tho revenue for for 1899 by $113,528, as our predecessors did In 1895, the declared per capita would have been $2.92. Menaromonc of the Flnaneoc In 1897. !a bis message to the cren- eral assembly, Governor Stevenson, la ot blbd; one authorizing the issual of warrants bearing 6 per cent Interest to; the reslduo of old indebtedness, extending to May 8, 1897; and another raising 'he tax rate 10 cents on the $100 to i ay the warrants authorized, with tl Mr Interest No part of this fix went to the payment of current expenses, but the Republicans have experienced no inconvenience In runt ng the state government (and promriy paying all claims) on the old rati t x of iiVt cents which proved so inadc uate to pay the expenses of their Democratic predecessors. And notwithstanding this Increased rate of taxation was rendered necessary by Democratic wastefulness and Incompetency, the Democratic platform, press and speakers arraign the Republican administration for tbe Increase. During all this tirade ot abuse, however, they have forgotten to tell you tbat all three ot the bills wero supported unanimously by the Democrats In both houses, Including the present candidate for governor. It It was wrong to Increase the rate ot taxation they are equally guilty with the Republicans, ami surely they should not quarrel with the Republicans for assisting them In paying their debts. The $500,000 of bonds were promptly Issued, and although they bore only 4 per cent Interest payable and fell due In the short period of 10 years, were sold In open market tor 7.47 per cent premium, the largest price ever received for any state bonds in the Union except those ot the state of New York, I will thank you to compare this with the sale made by a Democratic administration of tbls state in 1886, ot tbe same amount of bonds, with the same Interest, and due In 20 years, for which they were enabled to obtain only 2V4 per cent premium. But to crown all this splendid record I call your attention to the statement of Audltpr Stone, showing that aftor tbe revonues ot 1899 shall have been collected, on tho 6th day of January, 1900, every cedt that the Republicans borrowed 'from the sinking fund will be repaid; every one of the warrants will be redeemed, the current expenses ot the state pad and there will be a sufficiency of money in the sinking fund added to Us resources to pay the $560,000 of bonds Issued by this administration, together with the $500,000 of bonds issued by the Democrats In 1895. $500,000 Ijow aoil Ortlor. A Wife Says: " Ve hays four children. With the find three I suffered almost unbearable pains from 12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed ua&i the influence of chloroform. I used three bottlrt of Mother's Friend before our but Child came, which U a strong, fat and healthy boy, doing my housework up to within two hours cf birth, and suf fered but a few hard 'IU .SXa pains. This lini I Xm I J msbbHt ment Is the grand w est remedy ever' milt,," s,iLmMX Mother's Friend ' m will do for every woman what It did for thri Minnesota mother who writes the above letter. Not to use It during pregnancy Is a mistake to bt paid for in piin and suffering. Mother's Friend equips the patient with a strong body and clear intellect, which In turn arc imparted to the child. It relaxes the muscles and allows them to expand. II relieves morning sickness and nervousness. It puts all the organs concerned in perfect condition for the final hour, so that the actual labor is short and practically painless. Danger of riling or hard breasts is altogether avoided, and recovery U merely a nutter ol a few days. Druggist Kit Mother's Trlcnd lor $1 a bottle. The Dradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ca. Bonil (or our free Illustrated book. fed-er- ul ' pre-solo-es I "Fellow-Servan- ts In rer.ooiBO to the charge mado in the Democratic platform that the Republican administration was unable to enforce law and order la Kentucky the governor gave some historical facts about disorders and mobs In the state; showed how he had need all the powers the law gave him, and bow an obstructive Democratic legislature bad refused to give him the necessary powers he "Were the entire Indebtedness of the commonwealth liquidated, there would asked for. He had sent troops whenever they were aeked tor, and he vindistill remain to the credit ot the sinking fund $7 026,438. From It must be cated his aotios In coaling troops to deducted tho depreciation of the turn- Frankfort during the legislative sespike stocks, and to It .must be added appreciation ot bank stocks over their sion of 1896. par value. I have not the data to MUoollaaooao. make tbls calcalatlon. It may be safeThe governor took credit (or seour-ln- g ly assumed that after the extinguisha monument to tho Kentucky ment ot tbe entiro Indebtedness ot the commonwealtb, several millions would at Ohlckamauga, which a Demoyet remain to the credit of the sinking cratic administration had neglected fund." Iu addition to tbls ho states that to do. He made some tun about the the government ot the United States bicycle bill and the double-headbill, then owed tho state on Its war debt and he showed how a Democratic sen$1,468,937. Tbls amount bos since ate and a Democratic legislature. Inbeep paid. stead ot helping to bolter the affairs But when the Republican administration came into power Jan. 6, 1896. ot the state, bad deliberately hamperIt found that nearly all these miUlons ed and obstructed his efforts in tbat bad been dissipated, and tbe balance ot the sinking fund remaining was direction. IS JU8TASCOOD FOR ADULTS. only $813,280. Notwithstanding this Speaking ot tho negroes, he said: WARRANTED. PRICE EOcts. tact, aside from educational toudl The NearoFO. (Hutu, riia., Nor. 18, isss. amounting to $2,312,596, the state St The present Is the first state admin- FarlalledtclaeCo., aoldLouuuMo. was In debt $671,394, ot old IndebtedboUloa 4 lait roar, (leitucmen: We ness, besides outstaudlng warrants ot istration to recognize in the deserving 01 .tfn TAalKLKfd C1I1U. TO.NlO iU bTO aroo already tlito yrar. lualloorex-poand Intelligent negro a person entitled toi a .t throe II yoftrm. In tho drutf builneM. baT i $241,651, and claims filed In the audlence of itor's olBoe upon which warrants had to assist In the affairs of government. torer old aa article tbat gnre ui h uolrenial satte You have doubtless heard of "negro UcUoa eo your Tvulo. Your, truly, not been Issued, amounting to Aussr.ClR ACQ, while there was in the treasury doctors lu the lunatlo asylums." Someonly $153,732. In other words, ihs times our Democratic friends become For 6ale by J. II. Williams. state, aside from educational bonds, contused. In one breath they will atwas then In debt beyond Its moans uf tempt to persuade the negro that tbey are his friends, and tbat In them alone " payment out ot the treasury, $1,017,115. can he hope u:;nit ilo rcurc tiu-uji- tso and In the nextfor political salvation, i cr wUl attempt to play on -i hg fund, i lie slato, u icr tolling ot the i oery u&iot, owed a ba!iiu-- -' ct tbe prejudice horrible whites bythat has outrage them of the $.tl3. KC5. been committed by putting "negro And In order to produro tbls shovdoctors In tbe asylums." There baa ing, there has bteu during Itu fiaial yearslS92-3-4-up to December. lo4. been but one negro doctor appointed, He was placed In tho Central asylum, diverted from the sinking UIMtAn aI Im.,1..i, mftn ifaKatlop rfait and although there are a number of Into the revonue proper, withfeed their nerves with tobacco, until out any order ot transfer. $1,124,-68- 6 Democtattc commissioners ot that Intss nirve Dtcome niconniiea ana tno not one dollar ot which had been stitution, I have heard no complaint the N ERVE8 blood repaid. Not only did the state owe concerning him, but be It said to the frtP mAHl IaImCCA. nA JiWa rat race, on the contrary, I the amounts on warrants Issued, and credit of his Tbirt called a habit It's a dlitase. claims field on which warrants had havo heard nothing but the most fanot been Issued, but claims continued vorable reports, lie has charge only ana in mi inu worm mors is vuiono pour In on the old Indebtedness, and of the negro wards and no supervision to guaranteed cure, current expenses, which could not be otThe whlto patients. There was not a sufficient number ot negroes In tho NO-TO-BA- C. met by reason ot tho Impoverished condition ot the treasury, until the other asylums to Justify the appoint-mcn- ,t of a negro physician. It there Over one million boxes told whole amount of warrants Issued had been there would have been ono $1,717,534. In two years; 300,000 cured, tslls las appointed at each to take charge ot For eight months before our predea llory ot great merit ot ofllce they were his people. On the agricultural board, cessors went out restarts vitality to weak the most Important In the state, there unable to pay all tbe current expenses men. Many report a gain of tin pounds was appointed another reputable and and the people were compelled to disuader IntMdajs. Co buy II count their claims with the brokers Intelligent negro, whose services have your been of tho greatest Importance to bis a'.d curbstone sljcrs of tbe state. 'Ibis, however, was by bo means tbe race, and who has sensibly and honorDRUMIST'S IUAMNTEE. first time they had been csmpelled to ably discharged every duty Tberti such action under Detuociatls was another appointed trusteo ot the e Brery druggUt Is nuthorlied to sell E colored normal school, and he baa ru e. uudor aUolutu guarantee I faithfully and ably discharged every In 1890 the Republican house passed U euro every (arm ot Uiuacco mine, l Demduty. There was yet another, appointA bill to remedy this evil, but lb bar wrltuui auarauUie, f rvuaaioplaut t concur, and ed lumber Inspector at tbe penitenend booklet cmllc4 H Don't ocratic senate failed tb robacco epitauu pinoae jour tJ'ot thus the creditors of the stats were tiary, and be honestly and efficiently Mray," malrou for H10 aklnBr. Ad- -t discharged bis duties These four men postponed another year. Underwood and I'orter, Harper. But being able no longer to resist Cblcagi j,Uiiucai,UuL,ticwVork. 1 tho popular demand, at the called ses- Robb have demonstrated under Re- In May. 1897. three bills were sion tllyEOONfoFRfrTPAGE. paucdl oqe. providing for..tbe Issue of ra er CHILL S(Jp W tfk.1 $ TASTELESS W COO 1 T $258.-83- 2, NiCOTINIZED NERVES. a at M 5 fu-i- rurve-make-r, ti-- CASCARCTSo&'B? mmmmmmum pive Pioasand f eople will hear en. S&ylor, an examp'e as you cou d not comciens llous'y adviso your pupils to fo low f Will you nmko upon the sands of time rililHjNti) ilir I1AIITI OKI) I'll III. ltlll.itOMlM.M' such footprints us jou weu'd be Incorporated. to advise ''pup! s step uot ihrrtlu?" Wiljou cast iiwav your Pun Koohhs. KDIT I(S Lon Roorks pride ol character, your trtiso nf honor and manhond by voting to honor a Office on Fox Stroot. mnn whose hands are crimsoned and Subscription, si per year In ndvnnco who is dead to honor, honesty and the nt Ilartfotd peop'o'a rightf? Entered nt the ns second clnss mail mntter. We called attention of the public, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. last week, tc tho cowardly act nf the Democratic; campaign committee in arranging to have a speaking at Beato keep men lroru ver Dam hearing General Taylor. Every man of intelligence knows that this is a dastardly act of that committee to keep the honest men from hearing tbe truth, lint this is already re acting. Many honest Democrats have denounced this as an ungentlemanly Honest man, act of the committee. you see the purpose of the committee. Will you submit to their wishes or REPUBLICAN TICKET. will lou hear the truth told by next Governor? ton emvi.itxoit, (Jols. Wilson and Ramsey 5o-morr- ow tfi F&ir rocmds. Hartford Republican. Iuril com-pe"- rd post-offi- ce the several counties thereof. And when this law was passed 89 ot itself. the 119 County Judges wero Demo We nolo Iu the columns of the crats. These are (acts which every Haitfoid Herald ol tho 1st Inst, a re- honest man must admit, Mr. Ringo to u" the contrary sponse from that disiinguMied Not notwithstanding. attorney, Mr. ltingo, to an ar- content with tuch a malicious tuisrrp ticle which appeared in The Repiii reservation, ho insinuates that previ moan under dale of October 27. His ous to tbo dawn ol Goebelism, Kepuh. fait is, in tho main, iu line with tbe licans controlled elections as do tho former : nn attempt to evado and GoebelcraU now. Mark, you, his conceal the truth In tbe rubbish of a language: "Aud uot only so, but see lot meaningless stulf; aud to justify Attorney General Taylor himself, sit tho ways ol Gocbelism to man. as a member of the board for doing It is not the least of our desire to this work." This is unequivocally a Tho Repuu lean Vindicates "bu-coli- lMfiS '.III Ws&frrjty, 11 T. COLLINS wk-i M JSiMrtWI m . 'aw'-.f- i enter into a war of words with any base misrepresentation. vr. a. r.AJs-x.ess- , ul Iliillrr I'oiuil. FOP Mrl'TIINA.NT-UOVr.lIXO- ZBJX-- T of l.nlllhllllr. Ar.STTATJ,, FOR SF.I'III.TAKY OK KTATK, CALTIi POWEKD, ul Klinxt liillllr. 3". FOR ATKlItXt.Y OFNTItAI., pzsjss. ciirreir County. ol lluililiin KIR Al'DlTOn, ol llunrlinn Cannlj'. FOR Tltl'.AM'Itril, . ol llrenllillt Comity. FOR NCl'T. PUIII.II I.NSTIUJCTION, ol C'nmplirllConiii)'. foii rou'ii or l ahii I'i.tithk, Conn. I'njrlln FOII HT AT h NCATOIl, ol Iliillrr xrci.r. . for onuij. nri,ui:si:.TAivi:, 5. ol flnitrr c. r.AxT.fl.s:3a". limn. FOR MAfllMIIAIK. . xrrsr-ox- ol Illlliilcr. ronrosTAni.K, ol J I UK". man who asserts that theUoe-be- l law ia fair is an unmerciful, unholy, unscrupulous and ungodly man. The Ignorance agent liest foe. ia the moat serviceable of Kentucky's latter day Enlightenment ita dead- What manner of man 19 he who surrenders bis personal convictions and bis honor and offers his standing a9 a Christian a sacrifice to champion assassin? the cause of a bloody-handed Remember when you cast a vote for Goebel you eudoree Irauil, trcach d murder. ery, slander and You lend a helping band to put upon your own neck the yoke of political bondage. cold-bloo- A majority of the Goebelcrat leaders are a sot of unprincipled demagogues attempting to rob the people of their right to a voice in their gov crnment. There are many good men who are perfectly Ignorant of Gotbel's crimes, that will vote lor biro, but uo Christian.wlu is thoroughly acquaint ed with Goebel and his method;, and who is not bliuded by party prejudice, will support bim. Will not the glit st of tlie late Jno. L. Saudford linger about the pillow, liauut and play upon tl 0 dreams of mnny fathers who cnt their votes for Wiu. Go'tbcl? Will not the Lord remember the deeds of those good old Christians, self styled, who vote for Goebel, wheu they are 011 their knees hreathiag in thunder tnnri piayers to Hint who said, "Thou shall not kill." "Thou shall not bear lalse witness against lh neihb ir." In that silent Uioth nhere Ken. tuckiare will tecret themselves to as sert their manhood or sell themselves (or n song, Nov. 7, the) will stand lace to 'ace with Him who said, "Love thy neighbor ai thyself.' And the recoiding angel thut noted the spilling of the b!oid of J' hu L. Sandlord will take back to St. Peter'x (.(lire in heaven a iccnrd of how those votes were ca6t. Will jou have your record spotless, or sliall it he stained by a vote cast for a murderer nnd a tbiel? It might do for a slanderer, nn unscrupulous liar, a treacherous thief, a murderer or an unscrupulous politician to vote for Goebel, thus ass' elating with and encouraging his like, but how can an honest niau, a Christian man true to himself, his beloved State and his God, vote for a man branded by the best men in the slate as a slanderer, an unscrupulous liar, thief, villain and branded as a murderer by the stain upon his bauds of the blood of bis fellow man. How can a father all ml to assist hi making liill Goebel au example to be emulated by the sous of Kentucky? Co 1.!.' (IE protestor, teacher,, Sunday ichcol superintendent, all ye who teach the youth nf our laud and set txauip'o fur thoso who fo.lo remember that vou are makiiicr footprints on tie sands of time. Will you set such one, but we are always ready to defend the right with such truth and facts as are beyond dispute. . We are not lawyers by prufestion. neither do we p se as such, but wo do claim to be honest and rational men, capable of discerning truth from falsehood and given the courage to defeud that truth, It matters not with whom """ the "ontcst be. What is a Goebelcrat? In the To sco and understand fully the strictest sense of the English language, it is a thing of Ignorance, indorsing matter In question does not require thievery, robbery, "party perfidy and the acu'e sense, of a profound lawyer. dishonor" and murder ol Any man who is true to mother Enginnocent Christian men ; it is a thing lish, can understand It cleaily. To of horror to mothers and their chilhim who will see, it is as clear and dren; it 14 a thing dreadful to behold; 'it is a thing that favors sending women plain as two and two equal four. Tbe to the csylum ; it is ignorance in its reply of Mr. Ringo would be passed rudest form; it is an animal that is not nnnnttred but for tho grots misrepre susceptible of education; it is a crea- sentations contained therein. Mr. ture that Knows nothing and becomes Ringo brands as "stump-suckers- ," insultedvhen this fact has been clear "lawyers who tell tbe people lies,"etc. ly shown it; it is a creature that will is seen those who condemn the Goebel elec uot believe anything unless it ; it is an insect tion law and contend in the l fur the mainindorsing fraud, force and treachery; tenance of the purity of the ballot it is a thing voting to disfranchise men box, and finds himself at sea in search of a voice in their government; it is a for high sounding pbrases with which creature piefering immorality to morality; in short, it isa thing of destruc- to tell of the fairness, honesty and pu tion against progress and civilization. rity of Goebelism. There are just a few of these things "A wolf in sheep's clothing." tramping around over the county in Mr. Ringo lauds and praises the the interest of Gab all or honesty and fairness of the Goebel Grab-al- l or all Grab. Most any old law, notwithstanding South Trimble thing but au honest man, who favors fairness in all things and especially in in his letter to Thompson advising him to refuse to act as member of tbe government. board of election commissioners fot TAYLOR CONTRASTED WITH Franklin ounty said, "I could not GOEBEL. conscientiously do the work required to be done to carry out the purpose ol While G oebel has been explaining the law in the city of Frankfort.' In his meanness and corruption, General Taylor has been steadily proving to the same letter Trimble said to tho people everywhere, not only iu Thompson: Kentucky, but to the world at large, "Our county ia all right safely that be is a genteel gentleman, a Democratic, but city elections cannot Christian gentleman, a man who goes be won with a fair count, and you kuow that us well as I do. Incompeto his church and there performs tbe tent, unreliable Republican judge? duties of a Christian man. He is a will have to be appoiuled. Tbe right man who can fully appreciate what of tho Republicans to indicate who God created him for, and what other shall represent Oieiu as judges, etc., men were created for. He is a man will have to be ignored, and the Election Commissioners will have to do who has never bathed his hands in his this, or receive the of tbo city fellow man's blood. He is a stranger Democrats." to thievery and robbery, force and How frill you treat the Republicans? He is fraud, rascality and duplicity. "Unreliable Republican judges will and au honorable man. Ho is a man whose pub- have to be appointed. The right of lic and private record is as puro and the Republicans to indicate who shall clean as tbe driven snow. He is a represent them as judges, etc. will man loved and admired by all, even have to he ignored, and tbe Election his enemies admire his nobleness. He Commissioners will have to do this." is a man created tor a noble purpose, This is tho language of a man who and given a people iu a time of need. is a man whom tbe Creator en- helped to frame the law. What I Is He dowed with those blessed faculties that what you mean by "honesty" merriment nod laughter. He is a man and "fairness?" Wbat manner of man with some feelings of a sympathetic is be who, knowing well the object nature. Briefly speaking, he is a man, and purpose of this law, yet says it is What are the characteristics of the tnirand impartial and dtfuads it with man Goebel? Goebel has never been known to enjoy a laugh, and if be all his powci? Is he honest and tell. ever smiled it was when he tricked !ng the truth, 01 is he lying about it? Captain Slon out nf the Democratic Continuing, Trimble says: He is un. nomination for Governor. "I bad a talk with Judge Pryor oa scrupulous and unreliable and is absothe subject, and be said If you lutely without feeling. He is as colds would refuse to act he would appoint blooded as a mud turtle, Wheu he any one that we might indicate, which beheld, for the last time, tho face of would be Ben Marshall. You know his mother ho stood immoved like so Ben is so partisan that anything is much stone. Jt be was ever in a Democrats," church it kih after all tho Christians right that bel ps the Again, Judge Pryor, one f the and the ministers had disponed. Ho most assuredly belongs to no church Stato Commissioner, that man of and is constantly doing tbe bidding of great honor and honest) (?) agrees to tho "Evil One." He has broken up and actually did appoint Beu Mar and destroyed one of the happiest shall, a man who was so mean that he He homes Kentucky eer possessed. would do auythiug for the Demodelivered a ChriMiau and a Coulee! erato soldier from the peaceful walks crats. Here is an explanation of the of life to death nui the great unknown entire purpose nf the law given iu a just because he would not be his tool To make Democratic offiand absolutely nothing else. He has cials. In tho face of theso plain proven false ti oviry friend ho ever truths, who aro the "lawyers who are had and has and will again betray so telling tho people lies about the law?' every one he may have now, if by Ken-tuczy'- a Courur-Jouruaall-Gaill self-mad1 nut-shel- Section 1512 Kentucky Statutes, to which ho refers, provides for a board to canvass tho returns for Stato and district elections. "The Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, and in the absence of cither, the Auditor, or any two ot them shall be a board for examining the returns of election for any of the offices named Vn the last preceding section." The offices refer red to being State and district. These officials canvassed the returns and is sued certificates of election as did the county cauvassing board under the old jaw. Appeal from their decision was provided for as appeals from a board. Again, says he: county "I now submit that theso three partisans, who are and aspirants for office, whese very po litical life is banging upon the result of this election, would not be by any reasonable man presumed to act more fairly than three disinterested men, whose only connection with tin government is to carry into effect their oath of office, that they will guarantee to the people of Kentucky fair and honest elections." One of those three disinterested men, Judge Pryor, whose only "con nection with the government is to carry iuto edict bis oath of tffice" prom office-holde- Is a genvbie specific for dla- msts or tnt atomaca ana organs of die stion and nutrition. No other medicine hu . bad so remarkable a nieces in curing dlseawi affecting the heart, llvor and lnnjr, when-crthese Utcaca, u t com- ' monly the cue, wtrc causal br "weak tomtth "and im-- 1 rmra blood. Teal ImrxrfectlY ' dirtsttd cannot be twrftctfy " Ooldrn Medical aaSmiUtad. cr We are still adding to our large and well selected stock of Dress Goods, Millinery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, &c. Something NEW received every day. Read carefully our PKICES: We have them In all the new and latest styles to ntfe; per yard. Prices from v3 House Percals. Flannoletts. , 7c Beautiful pitternt. Both for Wrappers, Dresses and Children's Wraps. Discorery " restores tht organ of digestion to perfect working Foul blood most re order. sult in a foul body. The " Dis covery " purine we moon ana I increases the activity of the blood-makiglands, so in creasing the quantity and qualblood supply. It ity of the ha horn tried bv over half-a- - ' million people. It ha cured ninety-eigh- t out of e ery hundred who have tried it. WHY NOT LET fT CURE YOU .Flannels. ted twill Flannel, isr Our price on heavy per ystd. Better grade at same low price. Ask to see our line Canton Flannels when you are In the store, a we have some special values In this line. all-wo- Cloaks, Capes and Tackc.ts. We are receiving new ones every lew dayi, ranging In ptlces (rum 85c to $10.00. Cull and examine ' quality and get prices. Overcoats We have got them ! Overcoats ! Our Millinery nmc Stock fa all In and In full blast. for yoursell. Call and see all styles and prices. Gentlemen's Underwear. OR ANY TWO OP THEM, SHALL RE A BOARD IN EACH COUNTY.WITH LIKE POWERS AS THOSE MENTIONED IN THE NEXT PRECEDING SECFOR DETERMINING TION THE CONTESTED ELECTION OF ANY OFFICER ELECTIVE OP THE BY THE VOTES COUNTY. OR ANY DISTRICT THEREIN. EXCEPTING MEM We start yon with a good heavy Jersey ribbed Shirt and Drawers at 15c Men's eitra heavy flannel lined Sbhta and Diawcrs, would be cheap at 69c, our price 49c. Regular 75c quality, our price $oc. Men's Handsome Hue Underwear, our price $i.t$ heavy work Shltts, Buckskin by name, and will only 25c. wear like bncLskln, Men's extra heavy cordury collars and fronts oar price only 50c Heavy wool fancy fronts, price j&c Better grades $1 00 and $1 15. Clothing. We are still In ths lead in all grades of Clothing. yon our line of $5.00 and $6.00 Suits. A handsome line $7 50, $8.uo, $9 00 and $10 00 goods. These goods iu any city tvould cost you twenty five per cent more money. Lt ns show ' fr Ladies' Underwear. Long sleeve, heavy tlbbed Jersey Vest, 15c. Regular 35c grade for 35c Ladles' Union Suit 35c suit. 'Extra heavy quality, worth 75c, our price 50c Misses' Union Sotts ajc. Children's Merino Vests and Pants from toe each up over-shirt- s, BERSOF THE GESERAL AS- ised to appoint, AND DID APPOINT, Ben Marrball a membei of the board of Election Commissioners for Frank- lin county, a roan so uuscrupulou-tha- t he "would du anything for the Democrats." Appointed by Judge Pryor "to ignore the rights of the Re publicans," and to appoint "incompetent, unreliable Republican judges t carry elections iu the city of Frankfort and Franklin county. Is that the kind of a man you would give com plete control over all elections in the Commonwealth? Yet, Mr. Ringo says "tho only connection" be has "with the government is to carry into effect bis oath of office.'' Away with such stuff. It ia, in toto, false upon its faco and the hand that penned 11 ki'ow it to be so. Again we stated "In every count) in Kentucky there are two Democrats board." on every county commis-io- n Then asked, "Mr. Ringo.wouldyou be willing to exchange with the Republi cans of Kentucky?" Again ho ovades and dodges the question, but finally says: "I answer very frankly, I am not.' This or any other law. Then he enters iuto a tirade against the Republican administration charging it with fraud, permitting murder and mob violence, cruelty to tbe colored race and stealing from the school fund. We have not the least patience with any man nor respect for his opinion, conversant with the present adminis tratiou who is uot honest enough to admit that it hai been tho most econ omical and fairest Kentucky has had Bradley's in a quarter of a century. administration found the State overwhelmingly in debt. Warrauls aud claims aginst the State wer discounted in many instances, CO percent. No money In tho Treasury and nono to come. But today wat rants or claims of all kinds against tbe State aro worth face value. administration overdrew the school fund to run tho per capita up before tbe last Guberua lorial election, thus causing the sub sequent fall in the general per capita. This is a fact beyond dispute, which every informed honest man can not dispute. In the ftce of these facts, The Democratic SEMBLY. &c" Not only does the Senate Journal say this, but the House Journal says the same, and, a supplement to tht statutes, of the acts of the last legists turo, found in the law library ol Heavrin and Taylor, says the very same thing. Now iu the face of th statutory law itcelf, who are thi "stumpsuckers" and "lawyers" tcllinr the people lies about tbis law? We are'indeed surprised to seo met pnsing as gentlemen and claiming ti be christian men attempting to defend such high handed fraud and knavery But many are standing at the old rot ten political stump of promise and hope, Hiding to puibibe the spirit ol hope that in the near future they may be Commonwealth's Attoruey, Circui' Dress Goods. We bare a hsndrome line Crepons ranging In price from 50c per yard up to $2 00. A beautiful line new novelties In Plaids for Skirts. In fact anything. In Dteas Goods from toe yard up. Our line Brocade nnd Plaid res dy made Skirts Is large. Ladles, If you expect to buy anything In the Dress Goods line this season, give us a call and we will do the rest. Boots and Shoes. In this line we are beadquaiters and carry the largest and best line ever opened up in Ohio county. We lead oil with a regular saddle seam $2 00 Boot, onr price ft 50. Statt boys Boots extra heavy lull stock regular $1 50 and $1 75 Boot, our price $1 25 and $1 35. Little boys, ask jour mamma to get you a pair o! our red top Boots We sell you n heavy Rrogan Shoe lor $1.00, $1 10, ft 25 and on up to $3 00 per pair. Men'" hall fine Shoe at $1.00, $1.25. 1 39 aud $1 jo. Would be cheap at twenty cents more on each pair. When it cornea to fine Shoes, webnndlt the Brown Shoe Co'h Shoe, of St. Louis. Every paid guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money refunded. The best line of ladiea' heavy Shoes ou enitu, at all prices. Ask to see our You Can't-RI'Km Shoe. p Bed Comforts and Blankets. Our sales in this line have been for beyond our ex pectations, as we have bad to make the second large order. We have them In this line from 50c a pair to IS 00. Good 10 4 Blanket 50c. Better gra'les 10 4, at 75c 6sc and 65c. We stmt large size I per pair Better grades $1 10, $t 25, $1.35. $1 jo and on up to $5 00. Good, heavy, large size Bed Comforts 90c. Better grades at ft.io, still better $1.35,$! 50, np to $t 50 Judo, Adjutant General, County Judge, etc, But they are blinded to truth and reason and tbe old political vultures of Goebelism now pray upoi the carcasses of their fondest hopes They are con(ciencclcss,caso hardened. possessing the eflront brazen-hearte- Our Picture business has been a big success in the last ten days. We have sent out close on to 100 and still they go. Be sure you get one yourself, as we give away the largest and handsomest picture ever given away as a present. ery of an ass. NonLE Ker.tucldans, sons oi tlir brave, remember the cries ot John L Sandlord's manlatlc widow when you 30 Into the booth, and it you will only stop a moment and reflect, you will see Bill Goebel, with revolver In baud, take the life ol an Innocent man, and at your feet the dead will fall and by his side you will see tbe wife ol the dead pleading to a merciful God to save her husband from the tomb. Honest man, that booth which yon enter will be the niOBt sacred place you ever entered. ' 'God deliver our government from the hands of such a creature ra William Goebel," should be the prayer vt EVERY CHRISTIAN. Unworthy Our Notice. Tbe editor of the Hartford Horald, being unable to meet any of tbe editorials which appear in the columns of Tub rjnruin.iOAN or to write one with the intelligence of a school boy, at tempts to make tho public believe that the editors of Tub Kepuuucan are not heartily supporting tbe Hon. R. to tbe log 0. Jarnagin for islaturo. Nothing but tho very kind est fee'ings exist between tbe editors of Tub Republican and Mr. Jarnad gin. Mr. Jarnagin is a gentleman, bo far abive that renegade editor that we havo deemed it folly 1 say aught against wbat the editor ol that sheet has sal I against Mr Jaruai gin. We proved by Mr. Jarnagin' own actions in tbe last legislature, in our issue of September 20th, that the editor of tbe Herald thctl had lied, in an edi-- , about Mr. torial of September-27thJarnagln's work a.s u representative a"d in tbe bene of that thttt, which appeared on Oct. Mi, that same rditor acknowledged that be was mistaken. But it walnut a mistake. It was a premeditated aud prearranged fa'sebood. The editors of Tub Hei'Iiblioan concluded that it was useless to make mention of tho baby charges of the "Fox Alley editor of tbe Herald" against Mr. Jarnagin, from (he fact that an editor would do anything who would write such an nrtlclo against a good cauto aud a good man as that editor did last May, when the Woman's Club of Hartford brought Sam Joins high-tone, here to lecture, sod who, upon tvo occasions in the rrceut past, when bis boy was reproved at college for mis conduct, wrote two insulting editorials, and mai'cd a marked copy, to those professors, advising them how, when and for what they should punish a child, about which ho is ignorant. In tbe light of these facts, which every citizen of Hartford knows to be true, we decid. ed to pay no attention to the charges ot this 2x4 journalist, against the present and next Representative of Ohio county.form tbe fact that thoy are and havo been unworthy our notice. Tho Democratic Bosses Afraid of Truth. Never in the history of Ohio county politics have the Republican party managers ever attempted to break up a Democratic rally, nor treat with ma licious contempt the coming of any Democratic speaker. The Republicans who are responsible for the management of tbe party havi: always dealt honestly and fairly with Democracy. They have always been courteous and Uind to visiting speakers of any and all parties, giving them a fair and unmolested audience. When Senator Goebel came to Hartford, tbe Republicans decorated their places of business and, went to hear him. Are the Democratic bosses as nisnl) ? Several ye.ua ego Governor Bradley was billed ti speak nt the court house. The news of his coming was scattered far and wide, when tbe Democratic bosses) arranged for Captain Ellis to apeak at the court house at the same hour. The Jailer, being a Democrat and under their control, refused tbe Republicans the keys. Consequently arrangements were nude and Bradley Rea- spoke in tbe court bouse yard sooab'c men of alt patties condemned in severest terms that malicious act nf tbe bosses aud tbe Republican party gained many good men wbo remained in ita ranks. A,:dln we are brru.-h-t fare tof'ce with u similar act as cowardly and mean as the former. After Gen Toy lor'a announcement bad been publish. or more, the Democratic bosses arranged lor a rally at Beaver Dam, Wdalglng the hope that ihey might counteract the effect ot Taylor's coming. Their conduct has subjected tbem to tbe severest criticism by men of their own party. It plainly establishes tbe tact that they are afraid to let the truth be known. Such conduct Is sealing tbe doom of Democracy and places the instigators with tbe class that In '96 rotten egged Carlisle, thst howled down speakers all over the Suite, that murdered the Louis-vllconvention, the equal of Ben Marshall or any other political thief. Everybody should join in putting down such outlawry by deserting them and coming to bear Taylor. ed three weeks le wl 1 be at Beaver Dam SaturJay to, receive Kentucky' next Governor. Count us solid for Taylor and hi ticket. Capt N. T. Howard and Hon R. C. Jarnagin Subscribbr. ILIOIJS NESS uo you get up with headache? Is there 1 Ud tote In your mouth? Then you Into poor ppeilte and a weak diget. You are (reqijfnlly lion. Jlny, slwavs feel dull ind You have cold drowsy. hinds and ftct. You get but little benefit from your fooj. You have no ambition to work and the sharp pains of neuralgia dart through your body. What is the cause of all Tbe 47th Infantry U S. V., broke camp Wednesday at Mlddletown, Pa,, for New York, from which point tbey will sail tomorrow lor tbt Philippines on tbe transport Thomas This regiment has a number of Ohio county boys in it, among the number is Lieut. Oscar Blsbcp.who since leaving Ilartfotd, has been promoted to tbe tesponsible position of Captain. Lieutenant Bishop Is a worthy j oung ninn well deserving the trust imposed in him. thli trouble? Conttlpited bowels. I doing he can forward bis own purHe Is not a man to be trusted, poses. and we shall be eij slow to believe that CHRISTIAN men will support him. In all Kentucky there is only ono Baptist minister for him, Tbe beet ministers of every other church in tho State aro against him. This has alarmed bira and be has solicited tho whisky men of Ohio to assist him, but the Brewers of this State have a knowledge of him and they need no instructions. Every class of men in every vocation hi life are against him The prayers of every Christian, who is a Christiau, should be to overthrow this murderer, thief, robber and pro- fosional linr, aud back up his prayer with his veto. "God deliver us from this villain," should be tho prayer of every free citizen Iu Kentucky. cold-b.'odt- d What manner ol man is be who poses us an honest mm In advocating such n measure? Which of ths two Bens is BAIZETOWN, KY. October 28 We have but one pat up here, we have all concluded to make the election unanimous for Gen Taylor. I haven't heard a man cay he would vote for Goebel or Goebel-Urn- . I did hear a lifelong Democrat say he would support Bill Taylor, that he could not nor would support tbe Infamous Goebel Election Law, nor he would never support a man nho would approve of such an infamous swindle, II Cut. Billy II r van would come flack to Kentucky and make a j lew more apeccues tor tuny uoeucl there would not be Goebel men enongh left to tell what became of tbe balance. Rev. Sam rones says: "The wave of prosperity has not struck the Democratic patty yet because It Is hard for something to sttlke nothing." Baizetown Is stirred from center to circumference politically, Everybody I ' deepest in the mire, the one who plans or defends or the one who executes? jvho are tbe stumpsucking I) ing "law Passlug to his first answer. Quea yers who are telling the people lies" tion: "Would you bo willing to en- about State aflaiis? trust the electious of Kentucky in the As to tbe contest boards, State and He bauds of tbo Republicans?" county, wo again repeat that the Goe cunniugly evades a fair answer aud bel law says that their decisions shall misrepresents tbe truth. His answer: bo final and conclusivo. The Senate "Whether willing or not, such would Journal, page 985, latter part QjUec be my situation, except for the last tion 12 says: "Tbe decision of the amendment to the election law, that I board (referring to tbe Stato Board of would be obliged to see that one thing Election Commissioners) shall bo final happen." But for the last amend and conclusive." Section 13 of the meuts to tho election laws of tbe same article si): State, e'ectiona would be iu tbe "THP. COUNTY BOARD OP hands of the County Judges of ELECTION COMMISSIONERS, s and certain cure. Your Blood farm. If you have neglected your case a long time, you bad better take will give you prompt relief Kap Ancr's sarsaparllU also. It will remove all Impurities 'that have been accumulating In your blood - VtrHm Ihm 8m(m. Th.r. my b. fumathln fctra.l cm. you to not quit. una- iuiul Writ. Hi. doctor Jft.lr lilm liow r XI ar. utf.rlii. iruniiillv receive tit. IM wlir in.(Uo.l.dik.. Addrcti, Tftur and wllKgrestly streagthsn your nerve. IK J I' 4rUwU,lUM. T l wir"T" HONS. A. E. WILSON AND W. R. RAMSEY WILL BE HERE TO-MORR- OW WITH GEN. TAYLOR, OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. 44 Every Department READY M On account of ill health Col J. S K Wedding was unable to fill his ap pointment!! to speak except one. He and Hon. M L. Heavrlrvpke-t-M- e Henry last l'rlday night to a larne crowd, Both made splendid speeches which were well received by the crowd. FOR FALL BUSINESS. Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, Cnpcs. Complete lino of Infants' Cloaks, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, and Boys Clothing, Millinery, Boots, Shoes, Etc. Judge Jas. P Miller has again met This with a political regeneration. time King Gotbcl Is liln Savior Judge Miller Is an honorable man, but he r, links his fortunes with that of a a robber, a thief and a profess slonal liar. Don't politics make queer ruur-dere- dare that this is a fair and impartial to any party, succeeded in obtninlug low, and I murt admit tbnt I am 561 vote, about 200 of which had averse to believe an honest man, who never sien a convention, but by per hai any compunction ol conrcience, tUHtlon and promises of a lew do'lirs ltft him, and who Ih thotoughly ac- had agreed to tike a fiee piss to Louis quainted with this mtasuic, will give vllle aud act as delegates for this buc his voice in maintaining what jou In canneer. This alone should be enough An Honest your old days ate attempting to de to deprive such a man of the voteol fend, ou tbe account of this measure, every christian and lover ol liberty. Confession. if nothing else, I should decline your But this is not all, I have ytt to call invitation and your exhortation to ac your attention to the blackest spot on Mr. R A. Andorson, Ono of cept the nominee ol the Music Hall the' character of this tyrant, that is Ohio County's Bostand Most convention. the murder ofJohnL Snndfori'. This Substantial Cltlzons,Ropudl-ato- s Your pttack on the L. & N. Rail- man, whom you entreat me to tuppoit GoobollBm In a Scorch- road Co., in my opinion, la unfotind for patriotism's sake, has been charged ing Lottor to J00C. S. Black- ed, from the fact tbat you charge ex with writing and publishing an article Another Blow To Goebelism Actions of the Just Smell Sweet" THAT BONE AGAIN. Our Bono Story Vorlflod by Prof. S. P. MoKonnoy. Democrat's t i rr ft . 11 ? as? TZ 1 We are better prepared than ever this . son to meet the wants of our many - tomers.' Our Stock is the Best. Our Prices arc the Lowest. Be wise and inspect our line before buying. The Place is t 1 'M: . v ,'- -3 mmt ft ' n f i us V :t JIL . 1 Govetnor John Young Brown as being for the purpose of provoking trouble husband was run Run Down-"- Ms the candidate of that corporation when with John Sanford, whom he slew, previous to the Lexington convention, and he has yet to deny the accusation dawn in hulth And ill tlrtdoui. Tfttot Advico of An Honest Man. you medicina, Hood's PUTs andStrsA' charged the Republican nominee In his public addresses, and Itherelore tiaOtnt Big, heavy, fleece lined Underwear, elegant pAriUt, built him up Again." Mrs. H. L. quality, would be cheap at 40c, out price 35c of the same crime which you now ac- conclude that he Is guilty oi premedi Mamirv. TtrwindA. Pa. cord Brown. I know not what ha' tated and cold blooded murder. This Hon. Joe C. S. Blackburn, come over your dreams to justify elth man must therefore be the destroyer Frankford, Ky, Ladles fast bhek cotton Hose, fleece-line7 LC worth 30c, our price My Dear Sir: Your letter of the er ol tiles charges and especially the "( an earthly paradise, a home, in lath received and since It is of sngreat one against the Browu ticket, when which there was a princess of happl liter 1U Men's heavy fleece lined Underwear, sold ev JLj impottance, I will answer it through ex Governor Brown during his term ness, an affectionate wife and two JRotA' ruit enx uWwlth th non Irritating M otrly catfiirtTc to Hood's BTitriHC erywhere for ft 50 suit, our price peo- the public press. It has had my pro of office ns Governor of Kentucky, children, a young man, the pride and forbaile the L. & N. Railroad Co., hope of a lather, and a young lady, found attention since I received it. A LINE OF JEWELRY STRICTLY MI'ses Union Suits jersey ribbed, nicely trimmed q q Indeed, jou may rest assured that I purchasing the N. N. & M V. Rail (he joy and comfort of a sweet and GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION would be n bargain at 50c, our price have pot been forgetful of the present road now known as the I. C. Railroad, happy mother. The hope of this fam political contest, neither have I been being contrary to tbe provisions of the ily has been blasted. The widow and Ladles' all wool Hose, black, a bargain at 35c, qj-oIndifferent to the consequences which Constitution, ol the State, which says, tbe mother are now In the prison walls price , A full and very fine line ol Jewelry may result therefrom. I am a Demo no company or corporation shall own of the Lexington asylum, where she Tiche-no- r, crat oi the old school, havlng.served and control competing lines In the awaits the angel ol peace to bear her is now offered for sile by S. J. Men's white Shirts, with fancy bosom, cheap of McIIenry, Ky. This sale In "yj in the ranks for thirty years, I feel same section oi the State, and in order soul to the land of the Saints, The enough at 75c, our price myself eligible to the title which I as that the dignity oi the Constitution young lady, latherless, and mother- cludes rolled gold plate, gold filled, I sume. I served in tne ranks ol tne might be preserved nnd.the honor of less with blasted hopes is with trlends gold front and sol. gold goods of our Men's good lined Jeans Pants, worth 1.00, sale on own manufacture and we warrant Union army when treason and dis- the State, maintained this same John in a neighboring State, while the yc price , union threatened the nation's exist- Young Brown carried a suit to the young man is serving bis country In them to give perfect satisfaction or we ence, and since the day on which I Supreme Court ot the United States the Pnilipplnes, endeavoring to bury will refund the mney paid for them Veatee Suits for little fellows horn 3 to 8 g, 4 was, mustered out of service my efforts against tbe purchase and control ol his fond hopes of youth, in the stormy by tbe purchaser. years, coat has large sailor collar, trimmed g Wc manufacture ver 5,000 designs ' have been to bind my country's the N. tt. & M. V. Railroad by the L scenes of the battle field. Sir I main in braid, worth $2 50, onr price fl kJ The Superintendent has Just been wounds caused by that rupture, and I & N. Railroad Co,, thus depriving tain that the success of this man or patterns ol Jewt ryanddo not hesl tatc to warrant our goods to the full Informed that Mr. W. W. Whalen, a thought that I could best serve my this Company of millions of doltars. would change the standard of KenLadles double Capes, 36 inches J-former teacher of this county, but re country through the Democratic party Your reasoning Is Illogical, your con tucky's boasted manhood, it would ex est extent. We ki ow the are exact 7 .UU long, cheap at ft 50, our prices cently of Breckenrldge county, pass and it has ever been my pleasure to clusions arc Incorrect alt evil, and leave the honored dead, ly as represented. In case this notl e should reach pat ed the last State examination mak support and assist tbat party, ft has From your argument one might well wrongfully slain, wholly unaveng wool black and brown Beaver Over Men's all Jing an average of 95 per cent, on always been my belief that the Demo conclude that jou and Mr. Goebel, ed. Why my dear sir, how can you rons who are too far away from Mr. p.UU coats, cheap at $8 00, our price his work. He made remarkable good erotic party in every great political should you be so fortunate as to gain have the face to appeal to my patriot- - Tichenor's place o.' bttrlness, or other grades on Arithmetic and Algebra, be contest has appeared as the champion control of State efhirs in this contest Ism to support this man, in the face stores where our goods are sold, to Men's black Mcintosh Coats, good value at 7 JO $2 00, our price ing 100 per cent, and 96 per cent, on of the common people's cause and it whould annihilate this great Instru of your language, upon the death of admit of their goir,; there to purchase Literature. Mr. Whalen is an excel bos always been my pleasure until ment 61 progress from the face ol the your trusted friend, "John Sandford our goods, write uc what you want and Large size Comforts, well made, worth $1 50, OK lent teacher and a worthy young man now to believe that its leaders, not ex earth. I oppose you and your friends was to me like a brohter, I loved him we will supply y u by, mall, at the qU.tftJ our price and deserves much praise for bis ef cluding yourself, were the honest ad on this proposition also, I oppose I hope God may spare me and I will regular prices. We will be glad to correspond with forts to obtain a higher education. vocates of a free ballot and a fair count you on your "trust cry." I believe make it my life's mission to avenge White Marseilles Quilts, good site, cheap at 75c, Kfin buying his slayer in depths of the nearer of goods concerning them Mr. Ed Shepherd, of Prentls, died and believing this to be the surest this to be demagogry, pure and sim by our price Will send full initructions as to the last week of consumption, after a con- foundation of a Republican form of pie It has been tbe cry of this Latter merited public execration." Well might one exclaim without care of Jewelry, ho.v to clean it, etc Government and the greatest safe- Day Saints Patty since its birth and tinued illness for a number of weeks. 10-on application, by mail. gray or white blankets, good quality. . . . He bore his sickness In a manly spirit guard of the peqple in promoting you have had the Legislature ot this execration or pathos, F. progress to both rich and poor alike State for years too, and not an act Ob, judgment, thou art fled ts brutwillingand frequently declared his ish beasts, laittrn Factory Cor. ofFrltndthlpand ness to appear before the bar of Heav- Believing this doctrine to be one ol upon the Statutes can I find which And men have lost th6Ir reasoning." ddy Slntt, Prooldtnci,RJ. sea- - en and account for the deeds of the the great fundamental principles ol justifies or gives you any reason for Wttttm Factory, Largttt Jtuttry Factory In tho While the names of the immortal world, under proem of construction at Fast Iowa government, I am compelled at this such a calamity bowl. Trusts have body. It can truly be said that Ed cus- Clay, Crittenden, Marshall, Brecken ( 0 floor t; o:. City, la, Octr 61,000 18 was a noble christian man, loved and juncture to step aboard another ship been in existence ia the Commercial ridge and Beck have cast an unfading for his kindness and for the present and leave on to be re world for time immemorial, it is not respected by all lustre around the fair name, "Ken- Cbninbdrlnln's l'nlii llnlm Cure. Others, tl liy gentlemanly manner in which be al buked by the natural consequences of within the power of man to control tucky," and while her fair name has ways conducted himself. It is indeed such a course as you are now pursu- them. There is a natural law by gone abroad and been blackened, on My wife has been using Chambera blessed privilege to so live that we ing. I cannot concur in your reason! which these are governed and man account of Its toll gate raiders and lain's Pain Balm, with good results, have the respect and friendship of all ing neither do I accord with your con- - has as yet been unable to superceed feudists, be It said to the credit of her for a lame shoulder that has pained elusions. It is sad yes it grieves me nature. Trusts are composed of men Honest voter, again we call your to see a man, whose past life and who by mutual agreement join for good citizens, that they have never her continually lor nine years. We : attention to the necessity of being on elected one to her Chief Magistracy, have tried all kinds of medicines and time at the polls. It is Indeed very character are without reproach or tunes, lor the enrichment ot each who has dipped his hands in the blood doctors withont receiving any benefit from any of them. One day we saw necessary tbat every man favoring criticism, lead such a course. With member composing it and for develop honesty In government should co to this Introduction, I shall notes few of ing the resources of the country. of bis fellow man, the very ghost of an advertisement of this medicine and A. thought of trying it, which we did the polls early NEXT TUESDAY and the points you have suggested. Trusts, like bubbles on the sea, rise, whom,and the waitings of bis manhtlc with the best ol satisfaction. Sbe cast his vote in favor of the man who wife cry aloud to the manhood and to is flourish, nnd pass away according to has used only one bottle and her Since the Goebel election law is pledged to maintain section six ol her fair name of the past to forbid it; the constitution, which says: "AH consuming so much attention, I shall the laws of nature, and other similar no sir I cannot accede to your wishes shoulder Is almost well. Adolph L Mlllett, Manchester, N H. For sale Miss Mary Shaver, of the Shlnkle elections shall be free and equal," It preface my discussion of it by saying aud with like nature, follow in the your ticket. I am a by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m Chapel community, is the guest of is also IMPORTANT that you cast course of natural events. You have aud support unDemocratlc Democrat, but not a Goebelcrat. your vote EARLY In the day. The that it is the most Mrs. A. P. King NOVEMBER 3 FRIDAY, mentioned many evils in our greatest Administrator's Salo. Goebelcrats will make an effort to measure, the most viciously partisan Yours truly, Mr. W. P Morrison, of Beaver Dam, blockade the polls until every vote of act ever concocted by man. As an opponent, the Republican party, but R. A. Anderson. thereby keeping the American citizen, a Kentuckian and a failed to explain any of the party per was a welcome visitor at Tub RKrira theirs is cast, I will Offer for sale on Thursday, honest voters out until last and if any Democrat and the friend ol honest tidy and dishonor which exists in our Haitford, Ky , Oct. 30, 1899. first-ILiTflry November 9th, 1S99, at the late rest lican office yesterday. one should lose his vote It would be count, I protest own ranks, yoU failed to show me how Mr. Clyde Hocker, of Leltchfield, that man who is for truth and hon elections and a fair Tho Loss of Gold Is Groat; dence of T. H. Carson, deceased, 4 miles North West of Hartford, Ky., esty. So be sure you go early and against it. It is my conviction as an Mr. Gcebel is the regular nominee ol spent ycttcrday In Hartford the guest vote as soon as you can. If you des honest man that if this law shonld the Democratic party. I have sought The loss of health is more." Health on the Hartford and Llvermore road, of his sister, Mrs. J. L. Rowe. sire to vote for honest government, by stand accepted and finally approved to obtain this informations in vain, neglecting to keep the blood the following described propeity: We don't give Chairs with the Fer- and for the people, put jour stencil by the people, wc could ne7er expect I bad hoped that you would award is lost by pure, but it is regained by purifying, Household Furniture, Farming Impleunder the log cabin, inside the square tilizer sales, but will on all other sales what no other has been able surrounding the cabin BE SURE to have another election; In Kentucky me with enriching and vitalizing the blood ments, consisting of Plows, Wagon, Carson & Co that your ballot Is properly filled out so long as it remains on the Statute to give. I protest against thievery, I with tbe great health restorer, Hood's Mower, Rake and Cultivator, 30 Hogs, I detest a Mr. W. H. Carter, Narrows, kindly before you enter the booth, after vot Book. It gives the voter not a ray ol scorn at highway robbery. 3 Milch cows, 5 head of stock cattle, I Ing fold your ballot properly and band hope, free elections will be at an end man false to bis promises. These Sarsaparlllai Thousands who thought remembered Tun Republican with it to the judges. health had been permanently lost have Farm Horse, 1 Saddle and Harness for a generation, says the Courier-Journ- characteristics are every one attributes been made perfectly well by taking Horse, Corn, Hay, &r. his presence Wednesday while in town in which I heartily concur. of the man whom you say has a bright this great medicine. Youfexperience Loach-DoHavo- n. Terms op Sale. Amounts under Mr. Jerome Allen the Republican Under this law I see no hope for man. record, whose character Is spotless, may be 'the same. $5, cash, fs and over, six months nominee fer Constable, made The Rb & public and private record are time, with approved security. people of town were Should we desire to learn the char- whose publican a very agreeable call Wed. to Many again on Wednesday surprised Hood's Pills are gentle, yet always evenings acter ot the Governor under thb law without reproach, and whom you urge meet C. S. Carson, Adm'r. nesday, peaceful air the soft sweet tone of wed Hartford, Ky. we have only me to support, I claim os an honest effective. ding bells. A smile, a tear, a long hy any luture election Democrat that Goebel is not the nom fTf 'TvTi,TTtl Mi Henry H. Allen, of Jingo, has fin m Hi' livory to look at the characters oi the men Among the many first-cla- ss and Miss Honesty is the Best Policy. He been quite sick with typhoid fever farewell Mrs. Orien Florence uellaven who ate now advocates of this meas inee oi the party, but ol himself became Leach. Greon Iliver Country, sUbloa in tbo Every goods, went into the convention with 167 in for about three weeks, but Is Improv Mr Leach is a popular young miu ure and who advocate the election of nono are better equipped than Keown Ing slowly at present. Hour structive votes, less than one sixth of Honest prices, and of the William Goebel to the chief magisworthy the confidence and love Proves dealings will & Martin, 0! Hartford. It is run by fair young lady who joins with him tracy of this State, and fnrtber we tbe State electoral vote and by forming It. Surely brings success. Mrs K J Hudson, Mrs. A. P. King for the battle of life. men, who are enorgetio, and a combination with Copt. Stone, or young only have to know what kind ol TllK IAST DAYS OP TUB NINBTRBNTH and little daughter, Dot, Misses Alice Miss Dellaveu Is a charming and ganized the convention threw out the in every particular. scoundrels constitute the returning CENTURY SHOW NOTHINO King and Mary Shaver made us a popular young lady possessing the legally elected delegates, from War' MORB CLEARLY. many qualifications of an ideal "queen boards of our counties and State and pleasant call Wednesday, ren, Campbell, aud other counties, of the home." how much money it would take to We believe this fact,nd our words all You Their many fjends jiin in wishing buy tbem, for this will be the natural against whom no charge or contest demonstrate our belief. Our goods Mr. C. P. Keown's little girl iel brought and alter a series oi and broke her arm while playolg at them a peacelul voyage down the tem- consequences ot such a law. Since had been reme- are warranted to be exactly as repreForming Implements in season. dlsgracelut crimes, never beforeknown sea of life, the college Tuesday. Dr, S. J. Wed pestuous our old system of TUting for the last sented; that is honest. Our good are 1 ding was called in and dressed the guaranteed to give satisfaction, that Is quarter ot a centfiry has beeu fortified COLLEGE NOTES. broken member. The little gUI is in our affections by frequent tests and honest. If any article ol Jewelry ol is v resting as welt as could be expected, Misses Idalu Johnson .and Annie trials which have proven its excellenour manufacture does not give pet feet Fogle were pleasant callers at Ex Fri cy, I see no grounds for this unDemo It satisfaction, we will refund the money Best of feed and your stock will Boyd Bros, have opened a Photo day morning Under our former cratlc measure. paid for the articles; tbat Is honest. boat attention. seouro f itself graph Gallery next door weit of Tub in Mr. J D Stewart visited relatives system of voting every man bad an CARSON & CO. has a complete as Republican office and would be near Beda, Ky., Saturday. equal showing with his opponent sortraent of goods in store for sale at it is f Mr. S. M. Wilson spent Saturday pleased to have jou call and sec some contests were carried to the highest prices tbat defy competition. These and Sunday with relatives. ol their work. la goods are made from rolled gold plate, Misses Belle Wcerner and Zslla May courts in the State and there all the Field's 'bus meets all trains at gold filled, gold front, or sotid gold Mr. R. D. Nelson at.d family and Nail were welcome visitors at Ex evidence in the case were presented by IMD er Oam. seri- - J the ablest attorneys ol the land and dock, and are warranted to give per Miss Hattle Galloway, of Henderson Monday morning. W. J. Jones, ol Fordsvllle, was Miss Lizzie Sandetfur who has been those Judges were men of ability and ftct satisfaction or the money will county, who hove been visiting Dr wn Monday, very aick the past week, ne trust, will 'conscious q! the great obligation of J. R. Piitle's family for the past week, soon be in school with us again. You j Isy photos 25c a dozen at Doyd's will return home If this notice should reach any one their trust and were free Irom patty In the absence of Miss Wolcott. our a snori wiuc. ry, just lor or political prejudice, living too far from CARSON & CO S Tuesday morning, obligations will Now is the timr to get a Rocking regular organist, store, or any other customer of ours, Morton kindly consented What a contrast between this system ring your Chickens, Eggs, Feath Chair free of charge. We are going Mrs. T. to act In that capacity. which you advocate and the old syspermit their purchasing these goods to ern and Corn to Carson & Co. to give you one with every $15 cash from our customer, we will sell the Mr Oran Wallace who has been out tem. Under) our new law the court fail to git a ticket of school (he past few days on account of last resort is given over to three f you need a nice Hat, see Miss purchase. Don't goods, at retail to such persons, under & Co. us again Carson of sIckttcsH Is able to be with Carson & Co. Alice Stafford. politlclans,creatures of your candidate tbesatue warranty and deliver by mail Mrs Charles Sullenger and little We will also send printed inductions iV iSlrVS J Mr, Tracy Axton, of Louisville, daughter, were pleasant callers at Ex for Governor, whose lives are blotted Feathers are now worth SU Good white f HJf as to the care of Jewelry how to e'ean by many acts agalust the welfare of 40c in trade. Bring them to Carson made us a call while in town Saturday Wednesday morning. Mr. Axton is a very nice congenial Mr Isaac Saunderfnr is on the sick this State and whose highest ambi' for you, said four different physi- it, etc on application. ) St Co. I tion Is the success ol the party of cians, but I still had sufficient left to WfF.MainCo.,Eastern Factory list. Mr. Henry B. Taylor and family, of young man and is now an emplpje as Keown while play which they are members, and this is try Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, as it "Little Annlelli I Cor, cf friendship and EJdy Sts , Louisville, arc visiting ielatiyesMu mail clerk on a Lexington and Louis- lug on the college catupu Tuesdny the law which you ask me to endorse was highly recommended to me. f will do this when everything ville train. Providence, R, I and near town. had suffered for years with heart fell and broke her Ittt arm afternoon I rebel, I never endorsed any measi i else fails. There Is no doubt Western Factory (Largest Jewelry trouble; so bad was my case I was just above the elbow. She nan imMessrs. Boyd Bros., the photogGross William i will sell you a good about it. It nourishes, Had Factory in the world), under process mediately tiken home and Dr. Wed-- , ure that deprived my opponents of given up to die several times. second-hansewing machine for $10. raphers, are now in Hartford to make ding was summoned He treated the what God, Intended every man should severe palpitation, short breath and ol conttructlon at Eitt Iowa City, la. strengthens, builds up and the ugly handsome and the pretty Injured part aud Aunlellza Is now get have, that is justice Against you as 18 See him at once. much pain about the heart, fluttering Over 53,000 feet of floor space. makes the body strong and more beautiful They are nice, pleast ting along as well as could be expect a public servant In the United States and smothering spells, but Dr. Miles' & Co, lor Dry healthy, not only to throw Come to Carson ant gentlemen and will do you ex- ed. '(Better do It than wish it done." Senate I hold nothing. I know not Heart Cure gave me prompt relief Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Boots, No? cellent work, Give them a call. off this hard cough, but to ReV E P, Crwe conducted general and fin.My a permanent cure. enact Better cure catarrh by taking Hood's exercises Thursday morning In a very whether you ever suggested the tlons and Furniture. fortify the system against Mr. J. L. Tailor, Owtntboro, Ky, Sarsaparilla than complain because Miss Mabel Hubbard has been em impressive manuer We feel much meat ol such a law as bears thenamt further attacks. If vou are Schiceter'a Floating Studio Is now ployed in the Ohio County Bank to improved by Bro, Crowe's address, of the man ou ask me to support, it you suffer from it. 717. j run down or emaciated you f at Llvermore.and will return to Harts assist Capt S K, Cox with the duties and trust that he will call on us aguln enough for me to know that you 1 should ben convenient for him to do so, tf of the Bank. Miss Mabel is an excel December the 1st. certainly take this ford, Why will people buy "Cbeapjohn" endorse it I cannot, for the life 01 The "plugs' Goebelites are improv- me, see how any honest man, and U 10U by ill drurcltU on guarantee nourishing food medicine. sewlug machines when they can get Kev E. P. Crowe and family, lent young lady highly educated and ing considerably, they are going to firtt bolile txnthii or money back. .r inJIi ill tlmitlltl. the Singer for 10 cents a da? Vook on heart and nerves sent free. Christian gentleman can stand in the Oweosboio, are visiting the family ol accomplished and well merits the po- hear Gen Taylor Saturday SCOTT A lioNVM- Uuruiui, N.w York Gboss WaUAiu, Agent, STODUHT, presence ol bla constituency and de Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart Ind. sition for which she has been chosen. Kev. 11. M. Crone, city. NOTE. OUR PRIOELS: nr ipc yn Six brass bands will accompany Gen. Taylor from Beaver Dam burn. The fragrance of life is vigor and strength, neither of P. In reply to a letter written Pi of S. McKcnney, he that tbe bone which can be found in a per- which he found in itites near Crom a tree son whose blood is impure, well and which we described in The and whose every breath Republican in our issue of tbe aotk ns it was speaks of internal troubles. 'if October ishis statement reported and has verified by presentHood's Sarsaparilla purifies, ing Tub Rbpudlicam the bone. It is vitalizes and enriches the a remarkable freak oi nature and ia on blood, gives a good appetite exhibition now at this office. Prof. and makes the weak strong.. McKenney's deccriptlon of the dis to Hartford ZwodS SaMafrMtfi y7,0O poc ur pc pLc iflla ki r There will be three thousand ple in the procession. Hon. Jo. A. Parker, Chairman of Populist campaign committee, will speak in Hart' ford, November 6th. Everybody cordially invited,especially the Populists. S r fr (1 ""w covery ot this bone is better than any other tbat can be given. It Is aa fol lows: The bone I sent you was removed from a Spanish oak about 18, feet from tbe Mump. Tbe diameter of the tree wherr it was removed was about 21 or 33 inches and the bone was in tbe very center of it. The tree was oers fectly sound from top to bottom. No defects that we could find on It any-- , where, except arounJ the bone, where it was a little doty, a place a little larger than the bone, while the ohtside ring was as sound as a dollar. We turned the cuts over and examined them carefully to seeif there was a hole or a defect anywhere above or below the bone, but absolutely found none. riie tree was one of those talt Spanish oaks, with but few limbs on It, the limbs mostly in the top. It had no forks where the bone could have lodged and was perfectly sound through and through, about ten feet above the bone where they sawed off another cut. Mr. Will Hudson and I looked carefully to see If we could find a hole above or below, but could find none. Just how the bone got there I can r"t say, but it was there. Messrs. W. M. Flener, George Flener, Willie Hudson and mj iolf and others examined the tree and will vouch for the truthfulness of my statement. Respectfully yours, S. P. McKennry. Cromwell, Ky., Oct 30, 1899. Hi J Marrlagos. W. D. Neal, Whltesvllle, to Anna T. Petty, Fordsville. Date of marriage, October 33. B. F. Ransom, Adaburg, tolMaiy S. Hamilton, Adaburg. Date of mar riage, October 3 r. Thos. J. Mullen, Paducah, to Nolle M. Her, Haitford. Date ot marriage, bctober 35. W R. Stevens, Hartford, to Lura M. Stevens, Hartlord, Date of marriage, October 39, Vasco Atherton,, Llvermore, to Flaudle Porter, Htflln. Date of mar rlage, November 1. William W. Cooper, Renfrow, to Nancy E Slmpson.Whlte Run. Date of marriage, October 30. Estll L. Petty. Barrett's Ferry, to Cressle Green, Barrett's Ferry. Date of marriage, November a. W. W. Bartlett, Euford, to Florence Smith, Buford. Date of marriage, November 1. Orien M. Leach, Hartford, to Flor ence DeHaven, Hartford. Date of marriage, November 1. 4 4oC W. MAIN CO., Not-To- FAIR CO., THE FAIR DEKLEHS. Hartford Republican. k Ms CENTERTOWN, KY. Mr. Albert Rowe and family, of Inn dlana, have moved to our beautiful village. , Misses Bessie and Lennie Rowe are very sick, Miss Bessie has been sick for quite a while, but is now thought to be Improving. Rowe & Morton are pushing the work rapidly on their new store and will soon be ready for a large stock. Messrs. Charlie Brown and John M. Carter went to Owensboro last week after freight for our merchants. Misses Sal He Lovelace and Bettle Rothrock, of South Carrotltou, spent last week visiting the families of S. M. James and II. H. Davis. Come again, ladies, we appreciate your pleasant company, , Quite a number of tbe Hartford boys were do vn here last Saturday night and organized a Knight of Equity lodge. Several of our best citizens associated themselves with the order and sv predict for the lodge a strong membership here. We re Inclined to think you made 1 mist .ke about the WeUsru meteor, W J Bryan, visiting jtlie home State of M Goebel and leaving a crack In tbe wind. The space he made was too smalt to cause any motion in" our Kentucky brcrze Centeitown will meet General Taylor at Beaver Dam Saturday with a company of honrst election men, about 3'to strong, headed by our brass band. We must bury Goebel and his thugs. We do not want and cannot take on anymore Goebelism IttsaM'nre, it's entirely wrong, and positively unconstitutional, A very large crowd was present at tbe dedication of Walton's creek Kev. W. P. church last Sunday. Bennett delivered the dedicatory sermon In an able and impressive man ner. Success to the church and all Its true members. Hurrah for Taylor and Republics principles. Rsx. , al, EEQWI MARTIN, ' ato Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times. Thai cough Hangs on Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty. Give tbem a call. have used sorts of couch dies but it does not yield; it too deep may wear seated. out time, but more liable to grippe,! pneumonia or a ous throat affection. need something give you that strength and build up the body. produce xiyowfi SCOTT'S EMULSION d Public Speaking. 1 Hemt Guro MILES' night. HON. E P. NEAL. Taylor Mines, Monday, Nov, 6th, at JUDGE R. R. WEDDING and J. II. THOMAS. New Bamus School House, Friday, Nov 3d,at nlyht. C. P. Known, Chairman Cam, Cow. -- iaaliu uartiaafrfciii air-i- n ,'Lw f" """ Cui.. Hartford Republican. I'RIPAV, NOVEMBER. Ui 890 B7BD f 3 Promptly of Reaches the Seat and all Blood Diseases Cures tho Worst Gases. deep-sente- A 41 , t blood diseases know that thcronro no ailments or troubles so obstinate- and dllllcult to euro. Very few remedies claim tn euro such real, blood dlrpases os S. S, S. curei, nnd none oan o(Ter Mich Incontrovertible oTldencoof merit S S S is not merely a tonic It Ijncurot It goes down to tho very Kent of nil blood dlsenscs, and Rets at tho foundation of the very rtorst cases, and routs the poison from the system It does not, like other remedies, dry up the poison nnd hido It from view temporarily, only to break forth nsaln more violently thnnevor; 8 8. 8 forces out ovory traco of taint, and rid tho system of It forovor. " Mrs MontKomory, Ala., writes: "Somo years ago I was inoculated with poison by a nure who infected my babe with blood taint. I was covered with sores nnd ulcers from head to foot, and In my Rroat extremity I prajed to die Several prominent physicians treated mo, but all to no purpose Tho mercury and potash which they avo me seemed to add fuel to the anitil llamo which was cvourlna inc. I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures mndo by It, to try Swift's Specific 1 improved from tho start, as tho medicine seemed to go dlrcot to tho cause of the trouble, and forco tho poison out. Twenty tmtf In. piiihvI inn nmnlpfnl v " Rn. Iff 'a Ktutft fl d",tttfIswSs In ercrr test tnnln H. fl. fl. demonstrates Its superiority over other blood remedies. It mutton not how ob- llnaf A nw ABBtA nut niiok uuiur A Dina.u lIlA uniui Mr. HtU.t .nil. A ircnt mont or remedies hare failed, 8. 8. 8. aiwRji prompuy rencnei ana care on -- ill t io, tt S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD purely vegetable, and contains no mercury, potah, arsenic, or any other mineral or chemical. It never fulls to cure Cancer, Eczema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, Tetter, Boils, Carbuncles, Sores, etc. Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta. Ga. Is tho only remedy that Is guaranteed Is absolutely necessary to the young man or joung woman who would wlu success In life This beinp; conceded it is oi first impoitarce to get joui training at the school tint stands In the very Irnnt rank. Seven experienced teicliers. end- - one a specialist in bis hue. Graduate ol this college pieterrtd by busl SHORTHAND. J TELEGRAPHY, ness houses. Wtite for a beautiful boot pixing tcs timonials from graduates occupiinjr prominent positions all over the 28 United States it will be mailed to vo- n- FREE . BOOK-KEEPIN- A Business gdcie&fion 1 V THE BRYANr&STRA.TTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, i oris ii.i.i:, iii:vrrini. m LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Union Depot, Seventh and River. 3 COMPANY 222 Fourth Avenue. & ST. LOl'IS HAIL WAV Ticket Office, Louisullo to St. Louis & West. " Mt.Vernon, IIl4:i7pm Arrive St Louis 7!3P No. 41. Leave Louisville 7:37a m " Owensboro 1 1 :40a m Henderson I2:45p m " Evansville 1:15 ni No 44 No. 45- 84oa m 8:3SP m Leave St Louis " Mt.Vernon 12:234 m n:SSp m " Evansville 2:13pm 12:55a m " Henderson 2:46pm 1:35a "i 3'4-lpr" Osvensboro 4291 m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7M5P m No. 41 No 43 4:5op m 8:o4p 111 o:o5p tu St. Louis to Louisville & East No. 46 of their negro slaves and marched away to light In order to perpetuate that slavery. And yet Ijto Is no record of a single Instance when the negro failed to protect the homes, the wives and the children nf his master. For 27 years after that war had ended there was no separate coach bill on the statute book, but In 1892 the Democratic party of Kentucky enacted such a measurer and now under the decision of the supreme court of the United States, a Kentucky negro can not ride from point to point In the stnto except In n car; white n negro from any other state in the Union mny pass across the state In a pilaco I'lillman Under this law It matters not how degraded a white man may be, he Is entitled to sit wherever ho chooses. A Republican governor recommended the repeal of this law, and the enactment of a statute which would seat every Individual according to decency, character and conduct. Instead of color. How many of the Democratic candidates, who now ask your assistance, oted or offered to sustain him In that recommendation T Not one. And yet these gentlemen tell you they are your friends Instead of recognizing the difference between a reputable negro who is trying to make a good citizen, and one who Is degraded nnd worthless they would herd you together Indiscriminately, and rather than encourage humiliate the better class. I have never been ashamed of being the friend of the negro, and have never had one of that race betray or stab me In tho back, which Is more than I can say of the whites. I have neer been afraid of the bugbear of "SOCIAL. EQUALITY," and have neer had a negro to undertake to force himself upon my company, I Imc felt that the white man. with nil his advantages of wealth, education and social position, could well afford to assist an unfortunate race, which for so long was in darkness nnd slavery, to reach by good conduct the broad plane of citizenship In order that they may become of value to themselves and their country. In the name of Justice, in the name of humanity, and by the blood of the brave and patriotic negroes shed In defense of the Cag. I plead tonight for more kindness and more Justice to the negroes of Kentucky. Jim-cro- of their llvlngvand the graves of their prove recreant dead, r race mar to rltadel will their liberties beshould the rar.ican Inniio taat T of trtfstcd tho Dcrformanco of ofllclal No, a thousand times, not attacked dull os. ho Tim Far Dltltn.lon. Ucforo the nrgroca rote against the As long as tho election law remains Republicans, It would bo well to nsk were on the statuto books It Is a raensx themselrcs tho question when to human liberty This is no time for they over recognized by a Domocratlc among Republicans. It dissension administration In Kentucky? Under Republican rule their rights matters not whether wrongs have been Inflicted or Injuries received. hnvo been protected In the most He who In such an hour would parade his perwny, and It has been demonstrated that a negro may aafely kill sonal grievances, Is not worthy the any member of n white or black mob narre of a man that cornea to take his life or drlre Men aro nothing. Today, they are tomorrow they are not. But the prinhim from his home. During tho civil war the white men ciples they represent will live as long of the south left their homes In charge as liberty bos a home or Republican BRADLEY'S PLEA. poopl of Cuba from oTruel oppression of a brutal and arrngint foe. And shall It bo said that a people who have been courageous In tho defense, not of their homes alone, but of thoeo of tho stranger, Inspired by the recollection of their ancestors and Glorious Nowb Comes Irom Dr. D. 11. Corglle, of Washita, I. T. He wtltes: "I'our bottles oi K ectric Bitters have curtd Mis. Brewer ot scrofula, which had 'caused her great suffering lor j ears Terrible sores would break out on her doctors head and lace, and the could give no help; but her cure Is romplrte and hei health is excellent '' This fliows what thousands hvc proved. thut H ectric Ultters Is tire It's the best blood purifier known supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt iheiim, ulcers bolls and tunning rote. It stimulates liver, kllnejs nnd bowels, txpels poUnns, helps dictation build up the strength Only Sold by J II Wibiauis, So cents Druggist. Guatantetd. ' An Extraordinary Chanco stnndlng within sight of the homes For a Bright Man to Socuro a Stondy Position tho Yonr Around In Hartford And Vicinity. Doar Editor We want a clothing salesman to takuotders fur moil's cus suits, iants, tout overcoats and ulstors In Hartford and adjoining towns and country. Any toutl, bright niati,osocinlly if lie lias oxperionco as a saloiman in a storo, agricultural implement bouse or wlioro lio lias cotim in contact witli ico)li, as solicitor fur tailoring, in slock or otlior ichkN tmrnticViurser can make big money with jiir lmo tliuyo.tr nnninil; but uny ixxl.lirilit mini, men without previous oxjiuri-fiic- o, cun make 150.00 n month and t'Xiionst's with tho big outfit wo fur nisli him iiml tho opportunity wu givu him if ho will dnvnte his time to tho wo'k; or, if wu can got a good man in Hartford whosmiiuuis partly takuu up witliothnr work and who can do oto his spaio limu to our lino, oven if only nn hour or so a dny,ho will do well with our ugoncy Wu have limn in roal rstute, oun,le gttl, lumber, grain, railrtind, express, nil uthor business who givn thuir Bjiaro tiinu to our lino with big re suits. No experience is absolutely necessary, no capital roquirenl. Wo furnish a complete line of cloth samples ami stationery; have no se canplan, no vass, no catchy conditions, hut offer u rare opportunity for some man in vioinily to securu high grade mont at big wage. Wh are the largest tailors in America. Wu make to nieasiirit over 300,-0- 00 suits annually. Wo occupy entire one of the largest business blocks in Chicago. We refer to the Corn Exchange National Uank in Chicago, any express or railroad company in Chicago or any resident of this city. Wo buy our cloth direct from tho largest European nnd American mills we operate tho most extensive and economic custom tailoring plant in existence, and we reduce the price of suits ami overcoats to from 5 00 to 18 00 mostly . to 10 prices so low that neatly everybody will bo glad to have their and will garments our agent llieir orders. Wo will furnish a good agent a large and handsomely hounT book containing large cloth samples of our entire line of suits, pantaloons, overcoats, etc.,a book which costs us several dollars; also fine colored fashion plates, tape measure, business cards, stationery, advertising matter and a ruhbor stamii with name and address and pad comploto, also an instruction !iook,wli!cu makes it easy for anyone to take orders and conduct a profitable business. We will also furnish net confidential price list. Agent can tako orders and send them to us and we will make tho garments within five days and solid direct to agent's customer by express C. O. D., subject to examination and approval, collect the agent's full selling price and every week we will send the agent our chuck for all his profit. The agent need collect no money nnd deliver 110 goods, simply go on taking orders at a liberal profit. We deliver thegoods and collect nil the money anil evory week proui tly send him in one round check his full piofit for the wcek,nnd nearly all our agents get a check from us tf at ieust tlO.OOovory week of the year. Wo will mak no charge for the book and complete outfit, but, as the outfit costs us several dollars, it is necessary to protect ourselves against all 0110 who would impose upon us by sending fur the outfit with no intention of working,but merely out of idle curiosity, therefore, wu will ask us a guarantee of good faith on tho part of the reader who decides to tako up this work, that he cut this article out and mail to us, with tho .understanding that the big book and complete outfit will bo sent to him by ex proas, ho to pay the express agent 1.00 and express charges for the re) oxrot-riinglcoii-luissi- oii house-to-houem-pl- oy made-to-measre, bt old Rlui In the ntw King In the trut " Blag oat Ui fsltf We bring to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway " Ring ont th ! DR. BELL'S T:'&x ism a trena. Indeed, at such a time party ties should be thrown aside and forgotten. Thegallant Democrats who have rallied to the standard of John Young Brown, the Populists and PrlhlbltlonlsU have all denounced the measure. To them say. "COME OVER AND I would HELP US." Let us all stand together and give Taylor and the whole Ilapub-lllca- n ticket a majority that can not be counted out. Let no man be elected to the legislature who Is not In favor of repealing that law. And after this Is accomplished let us discuss free slher, tariff, government control of railroads prohibition and many other points upon which differences are entertained Let us first settle the question that each shall cast bis vote and bae It counted, for It Is useless to discuss questions upon which a fair ballot may not be had. Lot the Republicans take heart In the great contest that lies before them tThey have every reason to be proud of the record they have made In Kentucky let them press onward And upward until tho vtetpry for free government Is won and their banners float In triumph from every hill top of the commonwealth. ?: Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Let every Republican be sure to se his neighbot and have bun to gn to the polls and vote Volcanic Eruptions Are grand, but Skin Hruptinns rnh riiicklrii's Arnica Silv, ltle ol Jny cures them, iilso O d. Running mid Fever Sore, Uictts, U ills, Felons Ciirns, Watti, Cuts, B'ulses, Burns, Scalds, Chipped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out hes. Only 25 cts a box Pains and Sold by J. II. Cure guaranteed Williams, Druggist Take Laxative iltomo Quinine Tab I ts. All druggists relund rnonty if 'it iaiW to cure 25c. The genuine has If L B. Q on each tablet. N' vote must be thrown out If the intention of the voter is apparent Ir6m the (ace of the ballot. Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlro Care for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out the rated ; the mlcrobe-bearlncause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thut Is no Inclination to cnugh. SOLO BY ALL QOOD ORUaaiBTS Dottlea Only. 25c, OOo. and $1.00 SIim I maf InrtlpMwtUMroagtisuidroUt. IlmAt K. JL. MsictUs, mk I Dun stroii llonr AM 8S VCARS OLD. fviuniy toiuai to Isr 111 llf1fMqutckiiflrmum)lrTi( kl B lift m, nan) BE SURE YOU GET Dr. Iill's Flui-Tar-Hin- ty rMaati.kr. For Silo by Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. uiik a oi.nii n.iKniT Dlscovorod by a Woman. Another great dircoveiy has been made, and tbat ton, by a lady in this country. "Disease fastened ts clutches upon her and lor seven ) ears she with stood its severest tests, but ber vit 1 organs were undermined and death For three months seemed imminent. she coughed incessantly, and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us h bottle ol Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, nnd was so much re lieved on taking first dose, that she slept all night; and with two bottles. has been absolutely enred Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes W C Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at J H Will iauis Drug Store. Regular size 51c tnd $1 00. Every bottle guaranteed Hartford, Ky., Has opened up u General Store, the only one in town. Call and examine my goods and get priet s before buying elsewhere. It will bo to your interest to do so. This town goes without , a 'friend Indeed is exactly what Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is. It Is ibe mother's help when she is suddenly awakened in the night by the ominous husky cough, and labored breathing, ol her babe It Is the safe resort ol the youth or adult when he has "caught cold" and there is coughing and irritation of the mucous membrane of the throat. It allays the irritation and cures the cold. For sale b Z Wane m Griffin 6c Bro that A lriend In need Is saying, with the country people, to be the highest town in the county, CUKE A COLI 1 I.II OSJB DAT gie S:sip n:38p 2:35a 3:10a 4:00a 7:30a No. 45 m m m m ra in The Oo.bel Election Iw. But the governor Is also arraigned for vetoing the ELECTION BILL. That bill is claimed to have been passed In the Interest of fair elections, and so urgent was the necessity for Its taking effect immediately, although In the future, an emergency clause was Inserted, as stated, "because of the frauds that are NOW perpetrated In elections in this commonwealth." Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists relund money il it fails to cure 25c. The genuine tl has L. B Q. on each tablet. The surest way to defeat Goebel is here, will misrepresent the town. Uy the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap as the cheap-- , est. ( ountry produce taken at the highest market price in exchange for goods. -- But he that says so, as long as I am in business the election was nearly nine months ij r ities ol Chamberlain s Cough Remedy, Kidney tiouble preys to know that people everj where tale upon the mind, dis p'ensure in relating their experience conisges and lessens in the use of that splendid medicine ambition; beaut, vig nnd in telling of the benefit they hve received Irom it rf bad colds it has 'or and cheerfulness soon disappear ' when the kidneys are out oi order or cured, of threatened attacks ot pneumonia it has averted and ol the chil- j dUtased. For pleasing' results use dren it has saved from attacks oi croup Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great At druggists Sam and whooping cough. It is n erand, kidnej remedy good medicine. For sale bj Z Waj ne pie bottle by mail free, hIso pamphlet. Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham I lite Tim Ol.l Litw. U rt LP t K Ia, m&Y .ikju niwur mur m Griffin & Bro. r r The governor continued: ton, N Y. Ittf LtnSUf tOML. M .K1I ll.OJI lllLlll ilAltKlAt V. 'J ' " WW.T'-It Is a watte of time to argue with Under tho old law the county Judge STTS&a5r-5t5?V in . SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK I'.eU by UrlilKli Nolilirrs In Alrlea. election i Tt iriMrrt aTa:iMrTTfr:'r tllilllllSilIftll m.Allliikl patli.n ahnB tiiaj hmaj 1aa.( ha.(ilHYrk. appointed two principalofficers equally a man who declines to admit that political pow- times have improved milt.nli tobeufdMtteaur 4h. llnrfrltb full length tfttl and bcal UH, ta4 arMwlntr,i 4 aiar from the In flac for pia Capt C. G Dennlson is well known ers. When the returns came In they ana aLtUu fraair rarvfd, anelt d, tmboaaed fui were drawari, laint not counted by the Judge alone, all over Alrica as cummandtr of the decorated cabinet fintihtflnet nlrkrl drawer pull ntaon4 caalera Lail tivanniraojuiiabieirfaaie, irviiuinv rmjiniron itna but the sheriff and county clerk were Z Wayne Griffin 1ft Bro guarantee forces that captured the famous rtbel Hue t large lllch Am Baal, n litlf fuurraotloa feed aelf threading vibrating inutile autoaiatla bobbin winder. aJJuaUble beartngn, latent tenaion also members of the board, and this every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Gallshe. Under date ol Nov 4. 1897, ltjcrat r l iproTed loooe wheel aijuitble preaaer foot. Improved ghuttle board made returns to the state board, head la handioueljr decorated t a tent needle ratenidrmeiniard Bechuanaland, he( from which they derived no authority Remedy and will rtfund the money to Irom Vryhnrg, UiuUf.ll UIOKEL TnilVIIVIED. anrl.rns.u aMtTnrab(a a4 artlalaUaaiarllae and to which they owed no responsi- any one who is not satnfitd alter writes: "Before starting on the last GUARANTEED UtUfclrl raaKiag, rarakhai ami Mr Free Inttructlotl Hook telle bility, and but very little opportunity, atiaciMrai In rj two thirds of the conttnts. campaign I bouitbt a quanlty ol Cham using luft h waneonaranrunll andrtoettber rtafn or any kind of fancy work. 13IKDINO OUAHANTEE li tent with etery machine for these different officers acting IndeA This is the the best remedy in the berlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Dlatlhotat outfit,with the distinct understanding IT TflQTC Villi MflTMINn toaeeamleiamlna tblt machine, omnarelt wuhthoieyoarptnrekeenereiita $40.00 pendently of each other, to engage In world for la grippe, coughs, colds, Remedy, which I ued myself when that we will refund thotl.00 as soon any fraud or conspiracy. u 110.110. iif 111 an nn a I kr mh .1 niiu1 the taar filihl ..") ui TO Mkll El' YOl B stlt.10 If at aar tlsaa likfa Urra naalha in laaare For 40 years this law had been In croup and whooping cough and is troubled with bowel complaint, and as his orders have amounted to $25, UBliKR el at UOad. arl TO lUI, 1hi?T HVUT. (Haara. lfvcbuclc Co are thnroujcbly reliable -- Wltr ) af operation In Kentucky all pleasant and It bad Address. SEAflS. ROEBUCK Ct CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III that time had worked Inand during sat- any tendencysafe toatake to prevents case piven to my men, snd in every which amount of orders he can take the main of cold result in it proved most beneficial." For the very first day. isfactorily. nov feb. pneumonia. sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bio. m But it Is claimed that the election Don't compare this with any catchy m is law lias been sanctioned by the suoffers made to get yqur tl.OO. Tho preme court of appeals. It must not be Teacher (in Geography class) John-nOn tho Board. genuineness of our offor and our reliforgotten that three of the members how is the earth divided? of that court declared the law uncon Anti-Mi- nk 3 Mr h e iIejis "Jeeras is a director in the theater." ability aro proven by the bank referD Dm m u I1JI I 1 L UJJ of nTifl NnnnMiiu stitutional and the other rour declared 3Jn Johnnj (who leads the foreign newj.) ence referred to above, or you can ' Director? ' to the contrary ONE MAJORITY. T Will slrighten Curl nnd Sf jroiinaluulilc CASCA-Itl.I- S 'Ycf-be directs people to their easily find out by writing to an 0110 "llinio mod lu' pci. a. Coiilda da Nor must It be forgotten that In the Don't know; I haven't read the papers u:;l it :J Kinkv h ir uithout u ju.y to jT3 majority opinion the court said that this morning. seats "New York World in Chicago to call on us. wltliuultli m lh 'cgi forlndgt. Lton auilbtousKllbcm forKomctlmo Hie ca'p or hoir It was the established doctrine "that lieu iK.nndt mnon cons the Judiciary can not pronounce a This is a rare chance for some man plctoly cured I.cc mnu n J Ihcni t ctrryrne ; Once IrloJ. vou Kdw, never bo nithoul them In state unconstitutional and void be will fS Price 50c Per Box. in Hartford or vicinity, to tnke up a A Maiix, All)tnj,N. Y. Ilia family." may, In the opinion of the cause It r3 H"d' t'frt h tliH l' it ' S a'is. work at once that with reasonable court, bo Impolitic, unju3t or opprestL- 14 HfnlMi !jistni"ir XtCSiXSk CANDY sive, or because it appears to violate effort on his part is sure to net him - W HLjLgy CATHARTIC j i. rl? nim.f-i- i a dimi itii. vn ., n, v what maybedeemedfundamental prinin any field depends on physical health. Successful competition UTOHhuu i, u,': niun, inn iu from $5 00 to 10.00 a day from the ciples or what is called the 'genius and questions about start, and we trust that from among spirit or our institutions.' I will not attempt to arguo the unwoman's future) your many readers we will bo ahlo to constitutionality of tho measure, for are constantly get a few good representatives in T1ADIUMH Kt.TJIHO my views have loug since been made , Jljj, asked. public by veto and on that I am willing Hartford and adjoining towns. Shall women vote? Shall they practice law? to abide the final result. Cut this notice out and mail to the I do not fear that tho people of KenShall they compete with men In every field? tucky will lie deprived of their tnlilfl. Int(nt TaM" Whatever woman a mission may finally be de AMEItlOAN WOOLEN MILLS rimmt P ten Vca.cn or Grlic Good IV) priceless privilege. Kentucklans moat Uuxl.ieT(.rfc were lv Jc.UIC clared to be, It Is certain that something CO., West Side Enterprise liuilding, ... CUHE CONSTIPATION. ... not cowards in the days when the Chicago, I II., and the book nnd agent's must bo done for her physical health. EUrflex Trairej Canptar. fMraga, Xwatrral. Xi)wfwk. 331 smoke of the wigwam ascended to Ignorance, superstition and mystery sur- complete outfit will he sent to you at heaven and the crack of the rifle broi.e JA Tfl D f l?oJvla id irt anntred by oUdruc the stillness of tho forest. They were round woman's delicate organism.- - Ilerolo once, you to pay 11.00 and express not without courago when they met efforts to endure pain is part ot woman's charges when rereivod, the tl.dOto the flower of the British army at New creed. Many women's lives aro a constant be returned to you vvlion your orders Orleans and drove them from the fair struggle with lassitude; many are violently soil which they essayed to Invade. 10 amount to t25 00. 111 without apparent cause, and few indeed They were not without courago when passes of Mexico I amidst the mountain are In noi'mal health. for lillls Hi Ileal Tabulating they upheld the nation's flag and carThis Is all wrong and might be different and Fever islrccrltlluu Grove's Vast a bottle of ried It to victory. They were not withnd Billing Machine. It women would follow Dr. Ilartman's adout courage during the civil war, when 1 Tonic, Never fails to curr; Chi vice. Perhaps the most practical printed les why man to man and breast to breast the An nvtr RcdyM.. then experiment with vnrthle-- s bluo and gray struggled to maintain talk to women to be found anywhere Is In iniftstlnni.? Price 5x Ullcctlte principles for which they offered up Dr. Ilartman's book called " Health and Time sad Labor Savior, Device their lives. They were not cowards, Medicine. Co., Beauty," which tho ...lor Premier Users. when on land and sea they fought to ttJilTJ.?1.? Columbus, 0., will mail free to women SEND US ONE DOLLAR relieve tho starving and downtrodden only. It Is certain that Dr. Ilartman's tool tqV, tj frtitiM U.O.U, tb)w tifoUoo. Muni has proved a perfect boon for ar miffM t Md Ls women's diseases ot the pelvla organs. It Jobu frtrftotIf t MilaiMtorr treats them scientifically and cures them m4Ui rrtrt Are prepared from Napermanently. All druggists sell It. ture's mild laxatives, and " I received your book and commenced while Rentle arc reliable the uso ot your medicine at once," writes Mrs. II. D. Atnoss ot Ureensboro, Ga., to AIWTrM and efficient. They Dr. Ilartman. "I took five bottles of nan, !(. two of feel like a now woman. When I commenced 513.00 and I twenty-fI could hardly walk across my room: now I am doing my own Uklnc til tl OAtm. W wvirrrAstnTntmnratsTBT fc. Ml Mil with work and can walk to church 1 shall never cease to thank you for prescribai eVAutr AlVaTnAi'sT'' ! siwiB vmiriwMva) sill 1st Simplifies Dill Maklnj and writing Biling for roe. I had been under the treatment of two doctors but never received J4fra!c..tlU Cure Sick Headache, tmj f raaa i mm ii . , ona ive In figures ol different denominations ifMwvuuxSSi inad iun bai alar lroa, aitraj any bonefit until I commenced taklnrr your medicine. I wish every woman iousness, Sour Stomach, who was suffering as I was would send for one ot your books. May God bleu Baaa, aT aortrs, mat Unie 44 gTaUau columns. ra aklf. Mary Ha Haad t daar. aaaAaow It In no wsy Interferes with the Sold you and spare you many years to relieve women who are suffering as I was." and Constipation. aica Dllian ra,aBiBis4sii taaaq hiwbuis, typewriter lor uiusl lines ol work, aaalaarawraiaaataM cvjrywh.ro, 25c. per box. Fifty thousand women will bo counselled and prescribed for this year free of aaxolarircrnaaatadsaaa. H" Wf nrmifSUBBa aaiwamaratiauta re mninii a itaia miminwrn Miiauna wita rr'iaro.byt' I IIooJ 4 Ca.LoweUMiM. charge by Dr. Ilartman, president of tho Surgical Hotel, Columbus, 0, All TABUtATQS VATAkOAWS. the women sufTerinrr from any disease ot the mucous membrane, or any of Tho Smith Premier Typewriter Co. peculiar Ills of women, may write to him and the letters will receive his MeltN.UM,MMHNm,llH4lll.M. AMnu.. Elucta1our lloweu With Customs. Candy rmhittlf, euro coustlpatlca forever. 8KAR8,KOEBUOKACO.(l!!Jtta0a,BX 215 5th St. Loutavillo, Ky lOc.EJc. !f a O.U.UII.drufglsit refund moae. personal attention. Write for special question blank for women. All drtutglaU toll Dr. Mile.' I'ulu 1'IIU CO 1 The emergency was not declared because frauds are NOW perpetrated. If frauds have been committed In the io:iop m past, or were liable to be committed In to'4op tu the future, It did not authorize on 1:25am emergency clause because there was ample time after three months before EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. any election could have been held. No 46 No. 44 No. 42 The whole purpose of this emergency 2:2op m 2:45a m Leave Evansville . 6:50a m was to enable the legislature, before 2:46p m " Henderson . 3:10a m 7:15 m Its adjournment, to elect the three 8:18a m " Owensboro 4:00a ra 3M4P m members of the state board. Mr. Orr moved to amend the bill by allowing 4Mop m " Hawesville 4:50a ra 9:17a m the people to elect the commissioners, 12 35P m Arrive Louisville 7:30a m 7 45pni the bill were unwiland Pull- but the friends of people and defeated All trains run through solid to Evansville 1 hrough Parlor Cart ling to risk the man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville nnd St Louis. Numbers 4: and 42 the amendment We will see further along whether there waa any reason 36 connect at Irvington for Fordsville & Hardinsburg daily. why tho people should not have fully and fairly chosen these officers at the November election, 189S. VAQ MG8&E.Y MXmSLVbViVii -- wiiiNH(lyoaOBl HIGH ," In order to arrive at the purpose of WXtli JPwASiKiI CXDM SlW,HJMACK.I)JVl0!!JM, f""L' a law, we should carefully consider its r u LntAamlne Hat jcur art. it in. Itfbt depot firovlslons in connection with the evil Man) a ttrt fl aikrni HI tlaa a f IK), aad Till to remedy. UlJMr II Lbill TOt Mfc.Il IIKiLIt Or, piy yar Here the governor went Into details t L ottir.tour Special n Offor Price r SIS.nn hari mtv'm-i- . tm rn ir" i i.inowntn if ir which ehowed that Bryan's gain In ) ai It' freight ill vera ft 5 iliiu f ir etneh fM r it- - IT THHPC MOMTMfl' TRI&Lln roar own h m nd Kentucky was greater than McKlnley's .. Si ... jllSa.l .! n ..II Jif.ia.a 4IUI 7KIUIITfU iV 111 UJkSJ t rrpl pit. s ui fPtJissf SVoinj JltflUM at tH.10, CIO 00. III.OO, gain In 1896, In regard to which he ril.(Klttl BP, All fall dt rlUJ Oar Frw Blfi (UIt t t1 15.30 f.ruu I5nOP pKS?" OABXIIET KURD I OK had heretofore published figures showj juUit value y ver oilereu vy any houa. HElVAnE OF IMtTATIOMS KV"V concern! Ir.l n U A4Jjy ? s 3 ing that If there was any fraud In KenII our uVfn Ef tucky It was In the First and Second nuran, with ajitr rarlou Itsra uil ruiij timkaB ati Jkr a4 J ttiitits ttrli adVf frlia 4 la Iklctf Mr! I IK AMI tJIJ iKK SOJ. r?? ? f districts Instead of the Eleventh. 10:43a m 11:40a m I2!45p re i:i5P m Leave Louisville . , " Hawesville. . . " Owensboro. . . " Henderson. . . Arrive Evansville . . . 7 37a m n:o8p m m n:58p m 12:55a m 9:i8p That is the way all druggists sell Stomach, Liver, Kidneys und Bowels Grovk's Tastelfss Chill Tonic ior are out ol order. If you want these Malaria. Chills and Fever. It is simp qualities and the success they bring, y iron and quinine in a tasteless use Dr. King's New Life Pills They loim. Childien love it. Adults prefer develop every power of brain and it to bitter, nauseating Tonics Price, body. Only - 25c at I II. Williams' drug store. tl 50c. Clean blood means a clcnn skin Nc for those who oppose him to stamp beauty without it. L'uscarcte, Gind) Cathartic clean jour blood and kieii it clean, i) under the Long Cabin. itirrms u the lazy hvei and liming 11 from the body, licgin todny to Bismark's Iron Norvo baiiith pimples, boil, ulotchci, blackheads md that sickly bilious complexion by taking v.ascaret, beauty for ten rents. All drug Was the result of his splendid ills, satisfaction gunrantecd, 10c, 2ic,I0c. Indomitable will and trehealth mendous energy are not lound where ItO Ullli-.N- O PAY. Ilenntr 1 Illood Deep. LINE TRANSFERbsavsc jsrr aits as jj'j; coir TOCpr.rrTouo- - iSC33Cli.na rsjvj-t- w suoiTTons . 'They breakfasts'" call clambakes now Dewey Rofloctod Heat. .4MQ ' ."Tr. PSass:""?!SsK. ill wit- Hffi iii in your town this sum"Was It because the 're eaten between bbells " mer Miss hot Piker?" " Hot? I got heckles from the moon It will not be n surprise to any who are at nil familiar with the good qual- shining on me." Chicigo Record. "Why s ? "Stupi.'! A PAST AND I5ASY KIDH IN THK MOST COMPORTAUUi VUHICI.KS YOUR PATRONAGIJ SOLICITHI) -- rit IV JL.1 MEN 1 SEND S14UII& ? & U jk 1V WW HrQKrrJlslM i WOMEN I. I -- 1 . Ikla At. if Al.trti. as4 U1mJ iiiisUs Mis.4 , 1CKK risUOKCKUU, fcifMtfilt, O.I ,uUflfi javriwvm imiBiociBi. ioasvn lauiM it artwuT ! ;sm wnnsns r 0.iMrtUTJijatrmasWl ruil M )! r oltxrv at iuii orfumB4wTTiwwn J jday mtt nwnamrT,! l ik frtlrblAil r.m A 1 prUl f to 11 t3l7dt . I li .ktI ft all msl 531.75 IS OUR SPFGIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE SK-V- S -- " -' is-, ir..'.fn ? P anido in lor in tktirli Orr us orjE DOLLAR iiUMisallk 11 ur tl t F I a iMi'rv! mir ACME anil ! OUfcEM mom i KtavUiUrfKtfnNiirlirtcwrspkjrririi'iiri somel. i (fill tvr- iin-il-a k. M tvi? "tIkralouifairia i" Ulnthn nnUsa.Diuwjaotfit Mrneroraiemaj MJ i. H ' Sgff 1BVV - .- u. lr ka I I. ( AO 4 1 1 1 sil iniiQnoQQ ul I ' II m art a4 h4 taaUUi Waa oaa'44 BM JUARANTEEO 25 YEARS. ?,' JI7 r aaa a,wrttua biadtof ffnaraJitaa, byia If trau aad codlUona of aiohTryaa paH f l?a on I r a aaa moalh and It li frta of tharr. wUI rafaadroiir aaMMialroti ax not parf acilv at1.t1A. 4VfuaaocTUiUIIaol4a!lftl.la. fnlft ossm OIUICK ATONCC. lONTUELAV. OUB RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED aboal l writ aoi daail wlta a fuk joar toa Jiaa' laJattrv OnMraJ mmx li. 4 Ora4 OVfaa IftttslU I1Qattf HtK4a, IsWiofll 1 of IMWII lkahc1jBHUU4lt44wUftca n totlag I sVloftl UkfclltewailPUM fl litattt rnaiiatl KhI. Tlir ACUtQtEX.t at a roiuia! f ibtraltbrauJltilllM4,iickaralr ii In tha LWbaal grada Uttnimtnti) fltt4 with Ha. aJ fjcirw aiaa ( tawn M Mllwra,atflMlloaoCtil(Mtn)sbarcIoUi,tbiy llowaatos.lT and Aiwft Uathar In vatvra 111!; IL M K 1L LKa U tiiritJaJ with a 1M14 Ut14 tlala brtneti mirror, ftkkal pUt4 pedal framaa. imtlU ftkWt 4a, 1 J, tt, ttttS-U- imp iMlwlKhi autjtou da. O l rri-latpSftf'llOl Bum 1pUw, TrUtt toil. 4Um, tU ihitbimriirTTrrT cl ia mIM q start rittttt Ai aljav LuanaTS ornsvmcuuia. ,TTfr1xAii-irrviJA?itui i 3&&'mL .. iiwr u..-- - m k - ri aa4 UH tu ilf IK, Oftata Cavf!" lfKat t ii BMKtarwIaaDraTonMOl. atoal U wi aa Mr far rW a a i- - tj23aEaaffjT4!a7!B!rvFr !9fiI 44i7sH'KTji' QLvvi''ifms Bu Hubs twiswBi.?fwl'BKljl?laaa! .MIT.ll..l.fclyjlCWV i.M j f!s?vnflaaiSndlB7sl ' Kb9EanBaaBa9iBBiBBBS stasta. wsiitjv aihar a,vww l.ry y, ssssnsisni.ij vM"i.laotTtrythlna: a4aai F'tMia virw.s uiiiniiui la mnall UatrBmaaU M tUitrtatwhAlaaala prlrtM. aalraHIcaJlntnimanleata)otraa. ( sUara. Isxaufe AddrtM, CAR0, ROEBUCK &. CO, (Inc.), Full Dp!ilnei and wsbbsi mmn mjf riuvs isisna vais.s WrlU for fraapclaliriaJijpUDO Cat. mm tawta all rMaala.S41a SH,. GHIOACO. ItU ; , 1; a Woman's Mission. IAMILIAR m, SAVE MONEY! 43L You can fave lo tu 15 & mrmwm i! per cent by Luylng your Lumbor, sash, doors, ohingles and building ma-tori- al at tho Cornor ol Inglo and 7th sts. I have one ot the bttt annttnieuts of Choice Lumber in the State, and can tinV.dlt an ol j ct to you to obtain ptlce for yonr lumber. I ell strictly lor Cash, which means tbat you will not have lo help pay any bad bills when you buy here. I Gwasm. ra ffvorvoro 2Smith oooco5 Premier S OOrae Prices. THEO. E. RECTI1T, tnc3L uSLslsc Dealer in all kinds oi Building Material, OOUMF.ll NKVBNTII 4NO INIJI.S. By special permission, wo can give our subscribers tho Homo mod's Pills a IftwEXM Nflll I.TI. Jm and Farm with The IlEPintLiOAN for only one dollar and cents. Send us reading matter. Rous thelLiver a Man-a-ll- IfBSM rulKT c. o. u. on. ni. i. .ui.tor sect SI1BU.TIOS. IM ta .MUIIU , . Inttkl 4iMtMSirrftw4 rsnricTLi sat irtcTom, Vmun is mrsiisitsn, tout tu frV 4 Till OMKSftT eilcAl" 103 IAW, IHU St.UILATSSS.Oai.Stl, .nn. SISJSCTTU SEWP OWE ..DOLLAR( a; Jjg ... to. u..i ; u. imih 81.25 and you will get 82 00 worth of good iariW.atti'''"ft s m THIS TOP BU00raffMaS5?.T.V?.ffa!. ;. la U ou 4mji. Latast Strto For 1800. (.an I irora lot Dait MaaAa4 Wood. ar13fl al al Mooay tti tat. MmA IwIsil a llluatratad. or IlraaaUr fl dm Bat. Ititalsu ft , Mounoa. Dil Qrada Ktrawad Kim Mmio'sj I'ataiL lixn lubbarltaarlljUatil full ild odbaekcartotiia. raiaUac,uaaraa oial lo n 1 11AM bagn wai k Dlrbt4clT.Oaroarkfrft WE MAKE m. rut till u OUR HI'fcUlAU fKIUUSdll.V'J, ifrlblsUrt,lMUHOB.l wnkonl.r. " ,n i Or ul rtfcs)lUff, ltd fcMfl a ihmi a4f rfalk ar Itta'a Laataaa. (.w,iilac.wWrwunM' "") r.rB.mlMitSIA.SlMB .hm. f.rM-1- wr..ih, Ul.riur.t Miktlu. OUAHSNTflOTWITURtwiUlut.lir.Um. . piimjt riTtLiwis. .lh n.fTKfU. ivu fin UiilS surVi 0 " r. 1 1TR. onDJtR0HB1O.IlAY.YOII OAN SZLL 17 tQASSlQfL T.fIN r 1. fr r. V rir. AtWro.8, GEARS, ROEBUCK 4H CO. (ItlO.), CHICAGO, ILL. T'lJf"' JjsJO lWn.Hmi . iiBfir'Ti31' Hf -. . gT" Urn -- I in ir - " ..r-Mr- r !. i.Bl1ft'jg