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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rvpr nkWWWfT ' m'm 'ffVip w t'jFsV The The The The The Republican aud Louisville Commercial, I yeai,$ t Republican and the Courier Journal, 1 )cnr, ji RrpuhHc-tand the Toledo (0 ) Wade, t jenr, $1 Republican and Louisville Dispatch, I year, ft KepuMlcan and the Olobe Democrat, I jear. ft 25 25 25 35. 50. The Haeteobd Republican. OFriCJAL ORGAN OF TEE PARTY IK THE FODETB COKSRESSIOHAL DISTSICT. Tho Itopublican kindly Invites Its mary readers and ii lends to rIvo thoso morchnnts who advcrtiso in its columns tho benefit c t thoir trade. It will bo rcgardod as a por-sonal favor. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. Subscription $1 a year. XII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1899. No. 17. SAVED BY STUDENTS' SKIN. Washington Avenue Baptist church, Brooklyn, Is to be ore ol the preach20 Companions OfforodThoIr ers nt Harvard university this year. The Salt Lake Ministerial association has sent to evety clergyman in Toronto.Nov 11 Charlie Cochrane, tbe country asking that mass meetofPeterboro, Ont., twelve years old, ings be bld to arous; sentiment was brougbt to the Toronto Slrk against the seating of Roberts. To reach the people the First ConChildren's Hospital with the skin entirely removed Irom his back and gregational church of Detroit will some other parts of his body, csused close its own house of worship for 12 by falling into a caldron of boljing Sunday evenings and send Its preachwater. Alter consultation it was de- er and choir to an opera house In the cided that skin grafting alone could heart of the city. save him, and about twenty students, Paragraphs With Points. some of them from the Knox Presbyterian College and the others from the The hunters rr: Toronto and Trinity Medical Schools, banging away on Long Island and in at once volunteered to have skin taken the Adirondacks. from their bodies. General Gomez is rapidly acquiring the operations-wer- e our military leader. successfully conducted, a strip of skin is now writing a book. an Inch to an inch and a half wide General White not only lost bis left and three Inches long being taken wing, but the boers helped themselves from the arm of each student and liberally to tbe white meat. graded on the b ty. No opiates were There can be no discount on the used, and to nlhht "the doctors report bravery oi a military commander who the little fellow as being In excellent voluntarily admits his blunders. condition. Laureate Alfred Austin ambles along with a war poem It is entitled COBB A COLD IN ONK OAT Take Laxative llroruo Quinine Tab- to a place in the literary- - ambulance. lets. All drug lsts refund money if At this stage ol the proceedings it it falls to cure 25c. The genuine Is quite easy to recall the fun the Enghas L. B. Q. on each tablet. tf lish editors had at the expense of General Shatter. Wise orOthorwIso. By the employment of wireless ten , Tbe well readsnan Isn't always tbe legraphy the English Bhould be able , pink ol perfection. to hear of another of those vlctoryltss True charity begins beforeyour own victories at Ladysrnith. , wants are supp'ied, Mrs Langtry was in the habit of reThe errors ne regret are those we ferring to her latest husband as "it " can't blame on romebody else. Now that the young man has scooted, Too many per pie perform their work she can change it to. "nit." alter the style o machines. Mr. Wanamaker's newspaper hired It sometimes happens that a man's a novelist to describe the prize fight. opportunity is Is misfortune. Peihaps Mr. Wanaruaker denounced More good intentions would be car- )be affair in his talk at Bethany. ried out if they didn't live forever. The new bead of the Vanderlilt famThe man who is looking for trouble ily will proceed toexhibitthe Vander-blltia- n doesn't have to advertise lor it. streak in him by marrying a A solt heart aud a hard head make young lady who possesses a fortune. a combination that is hard to beat. Tbe Atlanta Schley program pro When a man is making money peo- pared by the patriotic Georgia people ple expect him to pay for what he gets. was a great improvement on the Take a day of! occasionally and your proceedings of the canned hero years will accumulate more slowly. Department ot the navy. Some people go through life lookMr. J m Jtfferles prefers to meet ing as if they were sorry they had ever Mr. Jim Corbett next. ' Mr. Jim started. Has had an experience which has Few men are reasonable enongh to impressed him, withv tbe wisdom of admit that they ate ever unreasonable. picking out the easy things in life. We pursue happiness on tbe highThey may continueto point out the way, but it is more often found In the inconsistency! the Boer Government, they cannot get away from tbe The moment a girl finds her ideal bnt Bhe immediately begins a search for a fact that Oom Paul has made $25,000,-00- 0 by Crokcrizlng the job. substitute. According to the Crowninsbield Even with your most intimate friends it is best to knock before walk- theory, Admiral Dewey's victory was ing Into their affairs. but a sideshow when compared with A married man would have more the Sampsonlan performances. The money If his pockets were as hard to Bureau oi Fabrication appears to be in find as a re those of his wife. The man who doesn't recognize the a bad way. Little George Washington Aguinal-d- o world's greatness nor his own littleness is apt to be a may not be able to follow in the thoughts are wisest, because footsteps ol bis father in the matter by the time we get them we have re- ofgetting his name in the newspapers, membered to hold our tongues. but he will have an opportunity to The strong minded womsn is always reputation tor the first to sneer at other women for grpw up and acquire a truth and veracity. doing things she does herself. The feathers do not make the song bird, but many a man has made a goose of himself with a single quill. ip:n(Di8,i3;3ssirosrii&. JOHN P. MORTON IIARTrORM, KT. Special attention Riven to nil business entrusted to his cate. Office in Couit House, AT10RNEY AT LAW, iclllll ' in all the Will practice his prole-alo- n courts of Ohio ttnd adlululne counties Mft PAti.f ni AnrwiU. Snrclnl atten tlon given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, K7. 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All druggists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, Wc. llcanty la lllood Deep. us again. One ol our natives In trying to hoist the tug's small boat lost FROM THE PHILIPPINES. his footing and fell. Tbe men on our crew rescued him. Aside irom being Earl BonnottTollsofhlsTrlals badly (lightened he was nnlnjured. In tho Orlontln aLottorto On July 9H1 we succeeded In land His Kontucky Frlonds. log at Ponto Vidto and came here tbe next day to relieve tbe California Il rtMcrlhrs n ('Itnrga on n Hand ol volunteers. They were the happiest I'leliirra II lu Nneli Onilnirannd set I ever saw when it was known for a Way Tttnt The Itrndrr TlilnUa hfi la In Ileal certain that the regulars were to re, flnlllr. lieve them and they were to go home. Tbey gave us a rousing reception and tfeedqunttts 2d Battalion 6th U P. on the 12th left for Manila, leaving us Infantry, La CarloU, P. I., Sepr. to do what tbey had vainly tiled to I4tb, 1899 1. e., put down certain Mr. h. D. Dennttt, - accomplish,bsnds oftorobbetB numbering organized Deda, Ky. about 2,000 in all, infesting the mounKind Uncle: I received your most tains, and led by one named Papa Ida. welcome letter several days ago, but This outlaw, for he is nothing else, cauld pot answer until now by reason according to reports, was once a Cathseen or of being Bo4usy,I-hiven'- t olic priest, and having been excomheard from Dick since July ist, when municated on account of some ol his tbe regiment waa split np. He is doings, fled to the mountains near still in Co. C and. belongs to tbe 1st here and organized his followers into Battalion. They wentashoreat Hollo, a band that had, lor the last 25 years, Isle of Panay, and the 2d Battalion successfully eluded the Spanish started here the next day. I don't Tbe Spanish officials, grow-- , know what they are doing there, this ing tired of trying to catch him, conmuch though, 11 they have bad as tented themselves by stationing their much to do there, aa we have bad soldiers at the wealthier haciendss. here, they have seen the elephant leavlng'the- rest at the mercy of the right gang. When war broke out between Antonio, Tex , May We left San Spanand Spain i8tXarrlving at "Frisco." Cal., the the I'nlted Stateshad enoughthe look to ajd. We pulled out from there that ish authorities were the night at 9 o'clock, and stood away for alter, it seems, and downbanditti their from allotted to swoop 7 days to the west. On the morning strongbclds in the mountains, and to oT the 29th, we sighted Honolulu, and plunder whoever they chose. Hawaii Island. We pulled In there' kill Under those circumstances the gang and laid over for two days. Honolulu grew to such a strength as to be able Is one of the most beautiful towns I to make a formidable resistance to ever saw. While lying in tbe harbor any who opposed them. The volun I saw a shark fully 8 feet long. teers checked them considerably and On June 1st we left Honolulu and made them be more cautious abtut stood away again for the Orient It manners, but it was left lor us ssemedto most of us as though tee their as tbe soldiers term It, "to break their were leaving the world, bnt we didn't hearts " shed any tenrp. On the night ot June Capt (now Lt. Col ) B A. Byrne, a we entered Manilaharbor, The 18th U. S. batjleship Baltimore turned ita bttter soldier than whom never drew searchlight fnll In our faces and sized a sword, commands tbe 2d Battalion ns up properly. Finding who we were lie is a veteran oi 25 years' expert they permitted ns to come to anchor. ence, rote from the ranks and has We staid at Manila a. week) during seen much service in Indian camwhich time 1 was ashore twice. On paigns in the west. A better man irr leaving there we proceeded to Hollo, the wotk before us could not have where we put ashote tbe 1st Battalion. been had to command. He.thongbt at first that 50 men were enongB to Proceeding on to Bacolod, Isle tie Headquarters K and M were hold La Carlota district, but soon put ashore and the 3d and 3d Battels found out his error, so on July 15th ions split up and assigned to different he came over with 75 more men and established Battalion headquarters at stations on Negros Island. this, place. The enemy during this On July 2d at 6 p. ru. headquarters sctive.especially In the of 2d Battalion, with Co. H and 29 time had been y neighborhood of the monntalns men of Co. K, embarked from the day reports were coming in that Sherman on two schooners, towed by bad been burned a tug to proceed to Ponto Vidro In Some wealthy man and robbed by the scoundrels of good weather it takes about 36 hours out owned, Capt. Byrne to make the distance but owing to everything he decided at once to chastise them, and bad weather it took us 8 days. Th,e on the night of July 18th set out for whole crew was composed of Filipinos with 125 men. This and a native captain, who tbey called the mountains detachment was divided Into three "Admiral," commanded the tug. commanded respectively To begin with there were as many companies, by Lieutenants Evans and Nesbitt soldiers crowded on as the schooners and me, Such was the secrecy with could carry and no provision bad been which this expedition was planned made for shelter in case oi rain, It no one suspected that a movebeing thought that we would be able that was on foot until we were ont of to reach our destination the next day ment town and well on onr way to the We were not out ol sight of the Sher moqntains. We left at 7 p. m. and man, though, when the wind began to blow and soon developed one of tbe reached the hacienda Carlos at 8:30. Here Lt. Evans was detached from ns hardest stotma I ever experienced. two remain Thunder rumbled throughout tbe and Capt. Byrne with tbe lng companies proceeded to attack the lonely Isles, lightning almost blinded stronghold at Bobong. We us and rain came down in sheets. In bandit o'clock next morning the midst ol all tbla the schooner matched until 3 when we were within half mile of pitched and rolled so that we could place. Here we halted until day hardly keep our feet, and we parted that Our native sailors, light, then climbed the. mountain and our hawser. outposts of the town. though, be it said to their credit, are burst upon the company was divided as bold as seamen of any nationality, Lt. Nesbltt's of which and Ad- Into two detachments one and soon made us occupied the right, the other the left miral Moses proceeded on his way. and I commanded the center. Tbe Scarcely had we started again when and bandits bad evidently beep out on a the sharp crack of a Jorgsen rifle raid the previous night and were takx tbe cry ot "man overboard" roused ing a morning nap. Tbe first thing tbey knew of our presence was the barking of their dogs and the cries of tbelr steepy sentinels: "Americanoesl Amerlcanoesl Mnterol Muterol" By this time we had deployed and were sweeping down tbe valley toward the town, burning houses and killing everything that resisted. On reaching WAsrmiQTOir, D.C., April 1, 1893. tbe hill adjacent the town proper, we Dr. S. B. Harlman, Columbus, O. found the town separated from us by Mr Dear Doctobi It gives ma an almost impassable gorge, behind pleasure to certify to the excellent which the bandits lay and peppered at curutlv qualities of your medicines: ns with Remington and Winchester rifles. Most of our men were raw re crults, had never been under (ire be fore, and but for our "old timers" Orwould have been unmanageable. der prevailed, though, and when they saw the example set by tbe older heads they fell to pouring hot shot at the enemy In good earnest and with terrible tflVct, too. We were so close by this time that tbe men tired point logs tbe ESH1v!mL alllassOkitUstS blank at whichstumps, enemy and trees, BsHsnffKsywrVlSct 9unlffriVwJiMt. lay con behind the cealed. Such things are a poor sheU ter from the Jorgsen rifle and lt is needless to say that the bandit? were non. J. D, UoTKis , slaughtered by the scores. We finally Coagrauroan-at-Largfrom KsaMS. crossing tbe gorge ard and I have bean succeeded In afflicted, more or leas, for a quarter ot driving everything out ol town. We a century with catarrh ot the atomaah captured several till is, revolvers and and conatlp.'Ulon; a residence In Wash- bolot, together with large quantities ington has Increased theeo troubles. of rice, sugar and tobacco. Sixty four A fewbottWs of your medicines have and a given me almost complete relief, and I Caribou, in carts, it horses am sure that a continuation of their considerable number of saddles and uso will effect a permanent euro. bridles were also captured. Twenty U aurely a wonderful ram-d- r years sgo the Spanish troops attacked for catarrhal aCeetlona. this same place and were repulsed J. D. BOTKUf, with considerable loss, Our loss was AN INTERESTING LETTER Ne-groKv-erfast-ogal- and rne wounded. The enemy lost In killed by actual count 115 Only one prisoner waa taken. Later reports place their loss nj 2go killed, not estimating the wounded. Alter burning (be town, we marched bsck to La Catlota, where we rested ten days and then took another trip to the mountains, this time In the vicinity of Yoabella. Tbe roada were so bad that after a trip for five days, during which it rained constantly, we were forced to put br vie without accomplishing anything. We arrived at La Carlota, Aug, 9th, where we rested until Aug. 28th and then marched to Castellana. From this point it was decided to attack tbe main stronghold at Aggoguelab, Accordingly everything was put in readiness and we started at 7 p. m the 30th. We marched all night, reaching the vicinity of the place at about 8 o'clock the next morning. On our coming up they showed fight Our men were drawn up and ponred several volleys Into them. This dldnjt have the desired (fleet audit was decided to move up closer. Seveial squads were left on the hill to fire volleys while a detachment moved out to the right to flank them. Capt. Byrne! personally commanded this detachment, with me leading the sappers. It was one ot the toughest jobs I ever had in my Hie, I believe. There was only one bolo in the crowd and I had that. I chopped a path for "about 500 yards through a growth of bamboo, cane, wild vines, etc. Behind me followed the rest cf the party, the Captain him self bringing up the rear Tbe hill was very steep and but for the brush would have been too steep lor us to climb. We were tolling upward when a bowlder from above, crashing and tearing through the brush, told us that our movement wae discovered, It was too late to retrace our steps then, we had to go on. So, with bolo In one hand and revolver in the other, I pushed forward, telling the men to follow. They continued to tumble their bowlders until we had neared the top. On the top ot the hill was a clearing In "the edge ol this just outside the brush I saw two of them preparing to turn loose a bowlder that I fired, w uld weigh a thousand. wounding one of them and scaring the other so bad that he got away from there. We reached the edge of the clearing and saw them clustering still further up, we charged dispersing them and burning the town, which contained nearly a hundred houses, One ol their Generals and 20 ol his men were killed and 32 wounded. We killed, captured and carried oil all their cattle and other propetty we could find. All this was accomplish ed without the loss of a single man. We immediately started for Castellana, where we arrived at II o'clock t,hat night. It was the hardest march I ever took. The distance matched there and back was over 50 miles. We made it in a little less than 28 hours, with only one meal and not a wink of sleep. To say that we were tired and sore don't half express it. I returned to La Carlota, Sept. I2tb, and now don't know that I eve was on a force march to far as physical health Is concerned. This blow fell heavily on the bandits, though the backbone of their resistance is practically broken. They are coming in by hundreds and surrendering. In a few weeks, at most, I predict that the gang will be a thing of the past. The health of the troops here is good. I never saw men inbettercon-dltio- n It under such circumstances. is true It rains and we are soaked through every time we go on an expedition, but rain doesn't hurt us. orje man killed Such diseases as rheumatism, chills, fe'er and malaria are unknown here, Smallpox plays havoc among the native inhabitants sometimes. I have seen several cases of it, but so far none oi our men have contracted it. This Island is one ol the healthiest places on the globe, contains some of the richest lands I have ever seen, and but needs American capital hold of it to make lt the most beautiful place on earth. Haciendas from sugar alone yield an enormous income. At the Hacienda Carlos (2 miles from here) $25,000 per year is realized from sugar alone. The people, though, like the Cubans.are 300 years behind the times, In a few more years, when American capital gets hold of tbe land,when American ideas of agriculture, and American machinery are introduced, I expect to seeThV place maae thegarAnyden spot of the Philippines. thing that can be grown anywhere in the world, excepting wheat and Irish potatoes, can be produced in great abundance with but little cultivation. Sugar cane and rice are the staples and nowhere have I ever seen them produced in greater abnndance. I could write a lot more concerning the island, but time forbids. The people are small of stature and somewhat re semble our Indians. I must close. Will write more next time. I am, your nephew, Wm E. Bennett, Jr , Sgt. Maj. 2d Batt. 6th Infantry, La Carlota, Negros, P. I Used by arms to Prosorvo a Burn- od Boy's Ltfo. r ' hisS-morning HBmaH British Naldiere In Alrlea. Capt. C. 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The well readaman Isn't always the legraphy the English should be able pink ol perfectlin, to hear of another of those victoryltss True charity begins before your own victories at Ladysmlth. , wants are supp'ied. Mrs Langtry was In the habit of reThe errors ve regret are those we ferring to her latest husband as "It " can't blame on romebody else. Now that the young man has scooted, Too many per,1e perform their work she can change it to "nit" alter the style o machines. Mr. Wnnamaker's newspaper hired It sometimes happens that a man's a novelist to describe the prize fight. opportunity is lis misfortune. Perhaps Mr. Wanamaker denounced More good intentions wonld be car(he affair in his talk at Bethany. ried out il they didn't live forever. The new head of the Vanderlilt famThe man who is looking for trouble ily will proceed to exhibit the Vander-blltia- n doesn't haVe to advertise lor it. stresk in him by marrying a A solt heart aud a hard head make young lady who possesses a fortune. a combination that is bard to beat. The Atlanta Schley program pres When a man is making money peo- pared by the patriotic Georgia people ple expect him to pay for what he gets. was a great improvement on the Take a day off occasionally and your proceedings of the canned hero years will accumulate more slowly. Department ol the navy. Some people go through life lookMr. J m Jtfferies. prefers to meet ing as If they were sorry they had ever Mr. Jim Corbett next ' Mr. Jim Jefstsrted. fries Has bad an experience which has Few men are reasonable enough to impressed hlro with" the" wisdom of admit that they ate ever unreasonable. picking out theeasy things In life. We pursue happiness on the highThey msyccfntfnue'to point out the way, but it is more often found in the Inconslstencyojthe Boer Government, they cannot get away from the The moment a girl finds her ideal but she immediately begins a search for a fact that Oom Paul has mnde $25,000,-00- 0 by Crokerislng the job. substitute. According to the Crowninshield Even with your most Intimate friends it is best to knock before walk- theory, Admiral Dewey's victory was ing into their affairs. but a sideshow when compared with A married man would have more the Sampsonlan pettormances. The money If bis pockets were aa hard to Bureau ol Fabrication appears to be in fiSd those of his wife. The mnn who doesn't recognize the a bad way. Little George Washington Agulnal-d- o world's greatness nor his own littleness Is apt to be a cynic. may not be able to follow in the Second thonghts are wisest, because footsteps ot his father in the matter by the time we get them we have ofgetting his name in the newspapers, to hold our tongues. but he will have an opportunity to The strong minded woman is always the first to sneer at other women for grow up and acquire a reputation lor truth and veracity. doing things she does berself. The leathers do not make the song blrd.but many a man has made a goose of himself with a single quill. XII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1899. AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM THE PHILIPPINES. ns again. One ot our natives in trying to hoist the tug's small boat loit his footing and fell. The men on our crew rescued him. Aside from being badly (tightened he was uninjured. On Inly 91 h we succeeded in land ing at Ponto Vidro and came here the next day to relieve the California volunteers. They were the happiest set I ever saw when it was known lor certain that the regulars were to relieve them and they were to go borne. They gave us a rousing reception and on the 12th left for Manlla,1eaving us to do what they had vainly tiled lo accomplish, 1. e., to put down certain organized bands of robbers numbering about 2,000 in all,ln(esting the mountains, and led by one named Papa Ida. This outlaw, for he is nothing else, accordlngto teportt, was once a Catholic priest, and having been excommunicated on account of some ot his doings, fled to the mountains near here and organized his followers into a band that had, lor the last 25 years, successfully eluded the Spanish The Spanish officials, growing tired of trying to catch him, contented themselves by stationing their soldiers at the wealthier haciendas, leavlng'the- - rest at the mercy oi the gang. When war broke out between the United States and Spain the Spanish authorities had enough to look alter, It seems, and the banditti were allowed to swoop down from their strongholds in the mountains, and to kill and plunder whoever tbey chose. Under those circumstances the gang grew to such a strength as to be able to make a formidable resistance to any who opposed them. The volun teers checked them considerably arid made them be more cautious abcut their manners, but it was left for us as the soldiers term it, "tobieak their hearts " Cept. (now Lt. Col ) B. A. Byrne, n bttter soldier than whom never drew a aword, commands the 2d Battalion. lie is a veteran ot 25 years' experi ence, rote from the ranks and has seen much service in Indian cam paigns in the west. A better man irr the work before us could not have been had to command. He .thought at first that 50 men were enough to hold Ln Carl ota district, but soon found out his error, so on July 15th he came over with 75 more men and established Battalion headquarters at this, place. The enemy during thin time had been actlve,eseclally in the y neighborhood of the mountains. day reports were coming in that Some wealthy man had been bnrned out and robbed by the .scoundrels of everything he owned. Capt. Byrne decided at once to chastise them, and on the night of July 18th set out for the mountains with 125 men. This detachment was divided into three companies, commanded respectively by Lieutenants Evans and Nesbitt. and me, Such was the secrecy with which this expedition wss planned that no one suspected that a movement was on foot until we were out of town and well on our way to the moqntains. We. left at 7 p. m. and reached the hacienda Carlos at 8:30. Here Lt. Evans was detached from ua and Capt. Byrne with the two remain ing companies proceeded to attack the bandit stronghold at Bobong. We matched until 3 o'clock next morning when we were within a half mile of that place. Here we halted until day light, then climbed the mountain and burst upon the outposts of the town, Lt Kesbltt's company was divided into two detachments one oi which occupied the right, the other the felt and I commanded the center. The bandits had evidently beep out on a raid the previous night and were tak ing a morning nap. The first thing they knew oi our presence wss the barking of their dogs and the cries of their sleepy sentinels: "Amerlcanoesl Amerlcanoesl Mnterol Muterol" By this time we had deployed aud were sweeping down the valley toward the town, burning honsrs and killing everything that resisted. On reaching the hill adjacent the town proper, we found the town separated from us by an almost impassable gorge, behind which the bandits lay and peppered at us with Remington and Winchester' rifles. Most of our men were raw recruits, had never been under fire be fore, and but for our "old timers" Orwould have been unmanageable. der prevailed, though, and when they saw the example set by the older heads tbey lell to pouring hot shot at the enemy in good earnest and with terrible tflVct, too. We were so close by this time that the men fired point blank at the stumps, logs and trees, behind which the enemy lay concealed. Such things are a poor shel. ter from the Jorgsen rifle and it Is needless to say that the bandits were slaughtered by the scores. We finally succeeded In crossing the gorge and driving everything out ol town. We captured several rifl is, revolvers and bolos, together with large quantities of lice, (sugar and tobacco. Sixty four Cnlbon, in carts, 32 horses and a considerable rumber of saddles .and bridles were also captured. Twenty yesrs ago the Spanish troops attacked this same plsce and were repulsed with considerable loss, Our loss was Kv-er- JOHN P. MORTON ATI ORNEY AT LAW, iiAtirroKi,UT. Sneclal attention elven to all busi ness entrusted to his caie. Office In Con it House. Earl Bonnott Tolls of hlsTrlals In tho Orlont In a Lottor to His Kentucky Frlonds. lie flfnerlbra i 1 Will practice his piolecslon in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special attea-- ' tlou given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law; HARTFORD, M. L. HE A V KIN, n Clinraa on it lUnd ol Ontlnfrannd IMelnrrn II Infttteti War Tbnt The Krnitrr Think bf li In' Ileal , llntllr. ' VSraB Vt'l-KIdrVv- HesdquMttia 2d Battalion 6th; U P. Infantry, La CsiloU, P. I., Sept.-14tMr. L. D; Dennett, ' ' Deda, Ky. Kind Uncle: I received your most welcome letter several days ago, but csuld rtot answer until now by reason I haven't seen or of being heard from Dick since July ist, when the regiment was split up. He is still in Co. C and. belongs to the 1st Battalion. They went ashore at Hollo, Isle of Panay, and the 2d Battalion started here the next day. I don't know what they arc doing there, this much though, il they have had as much to do there, aa we have had here, they hare seen the elephant 1899 8HELBY TAYLOR, HARTFORD, Will practice his piolesslon in all the couitnol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court oi Appeals. Special attention Riven to all assignments In bank- ATT01WM AT LAW KY Acts gently on ruptcy. Kidneys, Liver! and Bowels Cleanses rI?53 OVERCOMES the attention given to col making abstracts, &c also Notary Public (or Ohio County. Office North side ot public square. Attorney at Law UARTFOttD, KY. R. R. WEDDING JNO. B. WILSON, the System EFFECTUALLY SPECIAL LMt&tSt -- 7ii .tualCon PERMANENTLY . I OUT THE GtHWIHt-MAH'fO right We left San Antonio, Tex , May Cal., the 22d. We pulled oat from there that nisht at 0 o'clock, and stood away for 7 days to the west. On the morning of the 29th, we sighted Honolulu, Hawaii Island. We pulled in there ' and laid over for two dajs. Honolulu is one ol the most beautiful towns I ever saw. While lying in the harbor I saw a shark fully 8 feet long. On June 1st we left Honolulu and stood away again for the Orient. It seemed to most of us as though we were leaving the world, bnt we didn't shed any tears; On the night of June 18th we entered Mantlabarbor, The U. S. battleship Baltimore turned Its searchlight full in our faces and sited us up properly. Finding who we were they permitted ns to come to anchor. We staid at Manila a week, during which time I was ashore twice. On leaving there we proceeded to Hollo, where we put ashore the 1st Battalion. Proceeding on to Bacolod, Isle de Headquarters K and M werr put ashore and the 2d and 3d Battalions split up and assigned to different stations on Negros Island. On July 2d at 6 p. in. headquarters of 2d Battalion, with Co. H and 29 men of Co. K, embarked from the Sherman on two schooners, towed by a tug to proceed to Ponto Vidro In good weather it takes about 36 hours to make the distance, but owing to bad weather It took us 8 days. Th.e whole crew was composed ol Filipinos and a native captain, who tbey called "Admiral," commanded the tug. To begin with there were, as many soldiers crowded on as the schooners could carry and no provision had been made for shelter in case of rain, it being thought that we would be able to reach our destination the next day We were not out ot sight of the Sher man, though, when the wind began to blow and soon developed one of the hardest storms I ever experienced. Thunder rumbled throughout the lonely Isles, lightning almost blinded us and rain came down In sheets. In the midst oi all this the schooner pitched and rolled so that we could hardly keep our feet, and we parted Our native sailors, our hawser. though, be it said t their credit, are as bold as seamen of any nationality, and Adand soon made us miral Moses proceeded on his way. Scarcely had we started again when the sharp crack of a Jorgsen rifle and the cry oi "man overboard" roused Attorney at Law, Will practice bis profession in the the courts oi Ohio and adjoininr counties. Also Notary l'ublic I8tfarrivlng at '.'Frisco." Hartford, ky. oy -- (AUr?RNIAfTG,SYRVP. ..vr rot tUu r u Mu444ris rvu K ru aornc t.'Ii .X?t Will practice his nr6fession ball the Courts oi Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settlement nnlecedonl's cststes, road cases Office up and criminal practice. Uir- - uextdoor to Grlfiin'sdrug store. Law, Attorney atKY. UARTFOttD, -- J. S.R. Wedding, AnORNfljnil COUNSELLOR JtUW, KENTUCKY. 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Later repotts place their loss at 2o killed, not estimating the wounded, Alter burning t,he town, we marched back to La Catlota,whcre we rested ten days and then took another trip to the mountains, this time in the vicinity of Yoabells, The roads were so bad that after a trip for five days, during which it rained constantly, we were fotced to put br ck without accomplishing anything. We arrived at La Carlota, Aug. 9th, where we rested until Aug. 28th and then marched to Castellana. From this point it was decided to attack the main Accordstronghold at Aggognelah. ingly everything was put in readiness and we started at 7 p. m the 30th, We marched all night, reaching the vicinity oi the place at about 8 o'clock the next motnlng. On our coming up they showed fight Our men were dtawn up and poured several volleys Into tbem. This didnjt have the desired e fleet and it was decided to move up closer. Seveial (quads were left on the hill to fire volleys while a detachment moved out to the right to flank them. Capt. Byrne personally commanded this detachment, with me leading the sappers. It was one oL the toughest jobs I ever had in my Hie, I believe. There was only one bolo in the crowd and I had that I chopped a path for about 500 yards through a growth of bamboo, cane, wild vines, etc. Behind me followed the rest cf the patty, the Captain him sell bringing up the rear. The hit.1 was very steep and but for the brush would have been too steep lor ua to climb. We were toiling upwaid when a bowlder from above, crashing and tearing through the brush, told us that our movement wae discovered, It was too late to retrace our steps then, we had to go on. So, with bolo In one hand and revolver in the other, I pushed forward, telling the men to follow. They continued to tumble their bowlders until we had neared the top. On the top ol the hill was a clearlug.' In the edge ot this just outside the bruih I saw two of them preparing to turn loose a bowlder that wuld weigh a thousand. I fired, wounding one ot them and scaring the other so bad that he got away from there. We reached the edge ol the clearing and saw tbem clustering still further up, we cbargi.a" dispersing them and burning the town, which contained nearly n hundred bouses. One ot their Generals and 20 ol his men were killed and 32 wounded. We killed, captured and carried off all their cattle and other property we could find. All this was accomplish ed without the loss of a single man. We Immediately started tor Castellana, where we arrived at 11 o'clock that night. It was the hardest march I ever took. The distance marched there and back was over 50 miles. We made it in a little less than 28 hours, with only one meal and not a wink of sleep. To say that we were tired and sore don't hall express it. I returned to La Carlota, Sept 12th, and now don't know that I ever was on a force march so far as physical health is concerned. This blow fell heavily on the bandit?, though the backbone of their resistance Is practically broken. They are coming in by hundreds andsurrender-ing- . In a few weeks, at most, I predict that the gang will be a thing of the past. The health of the troops here is good. I never saw men in better conIt dition under such circumstances. is true It rains and we are soaked through every time we go on an ex pedition, but rain doesn't hurt us. Such diseases as rheumatism, chills, fever and malaria are unknown here, Smallpox plays havoc among the native inhabitants sometimes. I have seen several cases of it, but so far none ol our men have contracted it. This Island is one oi the healthiest places on the globe, contains some of the richest lands I have ever seen, and but needs American capital hold of It to make It the most beautiful place on earth. Haciendas from sugar alone yield an enormous Income. At the Hacienda Carlos (2 miles from hen) $25,000 per year Is realized from sugar alone. The people, though, like the Cubans.are 300 years behind the times, In n few more years, when American capital gets hold of the land, when American ideas of agriculture, and American machinery are Introduced, I expect to see the place mad"e the garAnyden spot of the Philippines. thing that can be grown anywhere in the world, excepting wheat and Irish potatoes, can be produced in great abundance with but little cultivation. Sugar cane and rice are the staples and nowhere have I ever seen theni produced in greater abundance. I could write a lot more concerning the island, but time forbids. The people are small of stature And somewhat re semble our Indians. I must close: Will write more next time. I am, your nephew, Wm E. Bennbtt, Jr , Sgt. Maj. 2d Batt. 6th Infantry, La Carlota, Negros, P. 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MMXMtNMVM F?"T"'r-?r- '.i A'Sf t u : -- Ta- ;jhjiM aWMnKltre.'TS Mr f c- - M V bel may be sworn in to act as Gov- STATEMENT OF CHAIRMAN ernor by some etty officer, and then GEORGE W. LONG. what? Tbe fourth section of articlo 4 FON and LON ROQER3 Editors of tho Federal Constitution will be Intend it Hartford postclfict n Tho Fnoo of tho Roturns Shows s mal jmatier called into effect, whioh reads as foTaylor's Eloctlon By a FRIDAY, NOVUM 17 llow: Safo Plurality. ' The U Utd States shall cusr Oom Paul seems to be giving the nntee In tverv itrln thin Uilon CCIITII IS'.ll TO II V MOIMEl. fOJS. n tepublltan luriu ol government liritish Lion all ho cau enterlalu just JlI1XIO.VF.il. and shall protect each of them now, id tbo way oi grapo and shell. against Invasions, and on application ot the Legislature nr ol the Tho Courts and Poopto Will The face of tbo returns gives Taylor executive (hen the Legislature Not Countonanco Frauds a,ealo majority, but Goebel still claims can not convene) against domestic thataro bolng Attomptod violence." the eleciioti, preparatory to the steal Does this section mean what it says? thals to follow. Chairman George W Long, of the If it does, tho people of Kentucky Republican campaign committee, yes Chairman Ali.ii; W. Youno says may well rest assured that a republi- tetday prepared n statement says the he knows thai Goebel is electeil(?) but can form of government will be main- Louisville Dispatch ot Monday, to the rather see Taylor ioaugurated than be tained and preserved. Should the re- vi ters of the State of Kentucky, in a party to shedding innocent blood. turns show a majority of one for Goe- which he concisely and plainly rebel then by all means ho should be views the Mtnation in the race for Dewey took snap judg Admiral But Governor and by official figures show s peaceably seated as Governor. ment on his betrothed and got married in no caso should be or any of- his tools 'hat Gen. Taylor has been elected by before either he or she expected it. Iu safe plurality on the face of the lt be permitted to tamper with the cer fact we believe the whole affair was a tificates ns signed on Tuesday evening turns, as certified to by election offisurprise to the Admiral himso'f. by tbo officers ot the electiou and cers appointed by the Goebel machine Dewey surprised the Spaniards on cbauge one vote from its rightful own- ind that alter throwing opt thousands May 1, '08, and was also himself surif contested votes that should have er. At everv one of tbe polls tbe vote prised. Ii appears that Dewey's title been counted for Taylor. The state was announced and that vote should should not be Admiral alone, but Surtnent Is as follows: stand. It should be final. From this prise Admiral George Dewey. To the People of Kentucky The Mr. Goebel ought to ask no appeal; two principal political parties entered From the course Goebel aud his co although bis returns are unfavorable thecampilgn in Kentucky this year horts have taken it teems that the No subsequent tampering with the on well defined lines ot difference. proper thing for him to do would be polls, no violent or lawless throwing Tbe Republican party discussed mess to throw out every county in the State out of precincts, no base action of nres, not men, and kept its campaign In Ohio, election commissioners ought to be on a plane which attracted to it the that wcut Republican. tolerated by the people, and we Daviers, Muhlenberg, Grayson, Warsuppoit ot tbe best people of the Sttte Kentuckians will support with In all parties. The opposition had ren, Logan, Mercer and Lyon conn. enthusiastic and resolute decision the entire machinery of elections in ties the Republicans made greater whatever Governor Bradley and those its hands. It appointed all the gains than they did in the counties ol Kentucky's Disgrace. who are charged with responsibility boards, all of theelectlon offi the Eleventh district. Why not throw do to preserve tbe people's rights. cers, and determined In nearly every these out? The threat of the Goebel managers may Instance, tbe right of a citizen to vote. Eighteen months ago Geti. Filz- - to throw out Knox county's vote, which In Louisvile It changed 87 of onr elec The Transvaal Crisis. hugh Leo held the world's eye. Fif gave Taylor a plurality of 1,385 caustlon officers after 4 o'clock of the after teen months since and and Gen. Shaf- ed about 3,000 sturdy men to appear Men of all nationalities, but chiefly noon of the day before the election, fer held the attention of the American on the streets of that county's capital Englishmen, have gone to South Af and in other places made smllar republic. For twelve months succeed- Monday morning. These men went to rica primarily for their enrichment. changes. In Jefferson, Kenton, Fays ing the great Manila victory Admiral the county's seat of business to have These emigrants are chiefly miners, ette, Breathitt and many other counDewey was the object of the world's their rights maintained and their votes and whoso stay In the republic is very ties our Inspectors were refused ad mittance or rejected at the muzz e ot Generals Otis, counted as cast. The Goebel organs comment. But uncertain as to duration of time. MacArthur and Funston term this disgrace. Is it a disgrace These emigrants are subject to the pistols, in one instance and by force Wheaton, are the objects of a proud nation's for men to defend their constitutional Boer government and can obtain citi in many others. In many instances the Republicans were without repre rights? If it is.man's past history is all prayers and hopes. sentatlon in the voting room. Men May we not interrogate, is zenship after about fifteen years' disgrace. after having complied with 8o or 90 years old, and feeble men, TnE latest report from the Philip- not the cause which brought these pines is to the effect that Aguinaldo's men to Barbourville a greater disgrace, a number of other requirements which and men almost blind were appointed capital has been captured, his private than their presence in th.it city? It is render full citizenship almost inacces as Republican election officers, and in secretary and a number of officers, illogical to conclude that 3,000 men sible to the Uitlanders, as they are one case a deal ana dumb man was appointed as a Republican officer. In soldiers, arms and provisions by the would gather in a small town to dis- called. There are other annoyances many other instances very incompe American forces. It looks now like turb the peace. It might be plausible which have aggnvated and widened the breach between the governments, tent an. inexperienced officers were Bryan would have no "Imperialistic to conclude that a few men would appointed as Republicans with the plank" in his 1900 platform. Ho may gather to disturb the peace, but to ac- such as the language employed in the purpose, it tnrna out, of having a failschools, the courts aud the legislature bare a free silver plank in it, but it cuse 3,000 of this crime is unbecom which is the Boer tongue, but the ure to properly certify the vote. Clerks looks now like he might have to put ing any newspaper,the Courier-Journwere appointed in many large Repub franchise is tho first and principal up with a "board" in it instead of a to tbo contrary notwithstanding. lican precincts who could not or would of fortune have Seekers Vnnceburg, Lewis county, witness question. plank. not take the vote, and in many in ed a similar gathering of the best citi poured into this country until now the stances the polls closed with 50 to 100 TnE Hartford Herald, like the pert numbered by about voters in line waiting to vote. zens. For what purpose? To preserve natives are out In See, when the mastiff had stolen his demany precincts less than 100 were and protect their rights as men, It three to one. These people are "pudding," set up a pitiful whine and manding that the franchise be made permitted to vote, and of the 42,000 this be treason and disgrace, make the moaned himself to slumber. The editor most of it. This.is only the beginning more accessible, and as a natuial con- registered voters in the city of Louis of that thttl never knows when'he gets ot a great struggle unless the rights of sequence their demands are rejected. vllle about 30 per cent, ot them were a good "flogginV but continues to Kentucky The British government desires that not permitted to vote at all. Thous men are acknowledged. howl with a whine that disgusts him, has been disgraced, but not by men its subjects be granted more liberal ands of Republican ballots were re his nearest mate. Men of intelligence doubtleES thinks it jecttd and returned uncounted, at demanding their rights as honest and privileges, and and common gumption recognize dethough the intent of the voter was citizens. A great strug should be granted, but tbe Boers take feat when it befalls the in, but tbo quite a different view from the British. clear. Thousands ot Republican vot gle pends the action of the State Eerald has yet to make bis link selj ers were refused the right to vote on board ot election commissioners. They They are an agricultural people with flimsy pretexts. And yet, notwitb see as others see. a desire to be left to manage tbeir own can avert it it they will. Will they standing alt these things, and many affairs. They are a people desiring WnEN Mr. Goebel spoke at Hart- stop Kentucky's disgrace or will Jthey independence of British rule. If they more equally revolting to every lover ford, on the 12th of October, be de be the means of a revolution in Kenliberty, justice and liir play, the desire to preserve their institutions it of clared that there was one thing cer- tucky? Republican ticket has won on the face is eminently important that they take tain, that was,"Tbe Republicans would of the returns certified to by tbe elec What Will the Result Be? precautions to preserve the franchise tlon officers appointed by their not be able to steal this election." No from the grasp of any foreigners. one denied this fact. Had they so de The people have rendered their ver No one can blame tbe British for TUB ATTEMPT TO STEAL. Bired, it would have been impossible diet, in the recent election, to the let-- , wishing to see men of tbeir blood and After we have won In spite of all with the election machinery in th ter of the law, so far as tbey were kinsmen have a voice in tbeir govern- these frauds our opponents are at And yet hands of the opposition. capable, takiug in consideration the ment in whatever part of the earth tempting to take advantage of tbe Goebel and his chiefs, when they many ineligible election officers ap they may have sought their abode. negligent and wrongful acts of their found that their machine bad slipped pointed by tbe election commissioners This is perfectly natural; but on the own agents the election officers to cogs and failed to work per contract, iu the cities and many counties in the other hand no one can blame the Boers throw out legal votes actually cast for charged the Republicans with fraud State and the fraud practiced in those from withholding this privilege from the Republican ticket. In one count Where is the consist and thievery. cities and counties. Our forefathers. any foreign tribe or clan. The British in the western part of tbe State, where ency, pray tell us? in framing the Federal Constitution, naturally desire to introduce the Eng tbe election officers (ailed to certify attempted to provide for every con lish language into the courts and the vote of a Democratic candidate, Honest Democrats everywhere are tbe county commissioners sent for becoming disgusted with Goebel and tingency they could, with their politi- schools,wbich would eventually be the them and bad them make the propel cal wisdom, see. Likewiso the fram- means nf exterminating tbe natives, his tricksters. Editors, formerly doe certificate as they should have doni bel's supporters, are now calling him a era of our constitution, with jealous l be liners, on the other baud, are and yet In Louisville, in Green political trickster? What I Do men eyes, looked into the future and there equally as anxious to preserve their county, In Lewis county, in Elliott of the Goebl Democratic faith bavo beheld the dangers of men aspiring to native tongue, which is the only safe county, In Greenup county, the Re the audacity to apply such titles to tbe Governor's chair wholly unfit to guard to the institutions of tbe Boer publicans are compelled to go to th Here the two govern courts to get the election rfficers to their champion? Is it mil a disgrace? guard the interests ot the State and government. Nay, verily, it is not, these men are promoto domestic tranquility through ments are at variance. It is a ques- perform this plain statutory duty, and getting their eyes open that they may out its bounds. With the interest of tion jet to bo settled whether tbe in Nelson county, where the people Read what a good Democratic the Stalo at heart, they made it im franchise laws of the Boer State will voted for William S. Taylor, and see. poss'tblo for an unfit man to enter the remain as tbey are or be shaped ac where our people have certificates paper h is to say: Executive mansion. Section 73 of cording to the English idea. If Oom from every precinct in the county, "A fair count is what every our constitution says: Paul's forces are as successful in dis properly signed by the election offi citizen wants good, If Mr. Goebel received a mcj rity persing the British forces in the future cers, certllylng that William S Tay "He (the G ivernor) shall com of the votes cast lie ought to have mence the execution of the duties us they have been iu tbe recent en lor received 1,271 votes, tbey attempt it, likewise Mr. Taylor Ail this ot bis office on the fifth Tuesday gagements it is morn than probable to thwart the will of the people unit quibbling over tissue ballots is the succeeding his election, aud Mull wail ot the political trickster. that tbe Boer republic will be declared reluse to count 1,1980! these vqtea foi contlnuetheexecutlon thereol nn him because the certificates in the Men of intelligence and f ilr til his successor shall have qualian independent sovereign State. How-ovdon't stoop to such little name have fied." future developments Mono can back ottbe books Taylor. bis " things printed William P. There I It will be seen by this section that decide the questions in ditpute. no contentlo that tbe name was s Governor Bradley's term may not exHe Saw, But Too Lato. certified to the County Clerk by th pire at tbe end of four years, but may Romarkablo Roscuo. Secretary of State, but merely because The election just closed has been be prolonged indefinitely. It is dedi. Mrs Michael Curtain, PlalnGeld, a Goebel Democratic printer printed fought with gteat interest from start cated to bim, in a measure, to deter- III , makes the statement, that she for a Goebel Democratic clerk a certl "Qualified" to fluish. Many counties bavo had as mine who is qualified. caught cold, which settled on her lungs; ficate In which one letter In the name lair elections under the G tebel law as certainly means legally qualified and lie was treated for a month by her ol a Republican candidate Is wrong It they have ever bad under any law, constitutionally qualified. Who de (imily physician, but grew worse Is attempted to withhold from him among that number Ohio county must termines the qualification of his in He told her she was a hopeless victim 1,198 votes cast for him in his own be placed. But while some of the cumbent, if the present legally and of consumption and that no medicine proper name, for the ballots themselves couutles in the Slate have thus en- constitutionally qualified Governor could cure her. Her druggist sug had his name properly spelled. It joyed tbo freed im of the ballot under does not? It is our opinion that this gested Dr. King's New Discovery for must not be forgotten that after these tbi law there are many others which Is within Governor Brsd'ey' power Consumption; she bought a bottle and certificates were printed In the backs havo been made to blush for shame aud will so bo considered by him, to her delight found berselt benefitted of the poll books no Republicans ex on account of the unfairness ot the Upon tho face of tbe returns Taylor from first dose. She continued Ita cept tbe election officers appointed by election oflicers. The Reiuiiuuan is elected, but Goebel is reading mes use and after taking six bottles, fonnd Goebel Democratic commissioners has denounced the purpose of the G03 sages to the remote parts of tbe State herself sound and well; now does her could see tbe n until they became pub He documents after they wete signed. to s ay unfavorable reporas. rorwiiat own housework, and is as well as she bel election law since it has been Shall a party be permitted t- thus trial bottles of this the public. It seems that some purpose? To give liju time to get his ever was Free Great Discovery at J. II Williams' profit by its own wrong? Every honof Uoebel's own men are now ready to men to operating his machine. They Drug Store, larrfe bottles 50 cents and est man, every loyal chirm will cty admit what we havo contended for all have faltered aud must be driven to $1 00. out against such highhanded fraud the while, Mr. II A. Bummers, edi- bis desperate attempts to deprive the The Ileal Prescription lor Clillla Such a stain can never blot the pages tor of the Eiizabathtnwu Atw, in his people nf tbelr constitutional rights. and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Taat-les- s of Kentucky History, while her court Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; are free or her citizens bave coursjje, issue of November 10, declares that When tbe 12th ot December shall elec have come Governor Bradley will then why experiment with 'worthless manhood and honor left. In Knox the thr swing out of eighty-uin- e imitations? I'rice, 50c. county It Is sought to throw out 1,398 tion officers la Louisville on Mouday swear in as Governor ot Kentucky electiou could bare been Geu. W. B. Taylor. KilueaUYoar llowsll With Casearrta. before the majority for Gen, Taylor, because tbe Candr Cttharile, cur conatEpatloa (omar. Then what will be the result? Goe 10c, too. II 0. 0.0, fall, dnifsisu refund most. ballots were printed on paper not as done for no other purpose than to Hartford Republican. htni frlJati e I. Harlftr Pub. Ct.JimtponUd second-clas- coramitJraud. It seems very strange to us that Mr Sommcrs could not sto this in time to have saved his own vote from the man who caused the bold open day robbery. The following is tho editor's frank confession: ' Theaction of theelectlon C'im missioners in Loti'svllltMnreni'iV Ing eiehty-nlnRepublic in officers the night bef ire the election could not have been done for any purpose but to commit fraud. It was an net of political wrong dolne that has never been equalled We believe in honesty In politlcsand weare justaimuch opposed to dishonesty in Democrats as dishonesty In RepublN cans We believe a little more so as we expect better things ol Democrats." The same editor in commenting on the election returns in KhcaV, Woodson's, James' and Charlie Wheeler's counties burst aloud with sorrowful heart, and exclaims: Btys, this is bad, there's old Hardin right in line with them. Every word shows marked signs of 'indigestion." Read it, it is all rich: "John Rhea's county shows a loss of 1,000 Democratic votes and has probably gone Republican by Urey Woodson's county ten. shows a loss of 1,500 Democratic OUie James' county majority. has gone Republican by nearly 400. Charlie Wheeler's county has cut its Democratic majority in two. Dive Smith's county has only given a t'sird nf its usual majority. Boys, this is bad, but there is Hardin county nearly as, bad as some of them " e elec-tlon tt " Wood tells." But we rarely recognize tlte fact except ill Hints of stress and strain. A horse which looks like a "scrub" may beat another hone which serins the ideal of a racer, just by that one quality of good blood. Similarly men, who seem in the pink of condition drop down under the racing strain of Why? Wool tells. Men business. reckoned perfectly healthy start out for ousiness, iney make a run for the train, and collapse. "Heart tail, failure would be often the better name. care of the blood and the body Take will take care ot itself. It is the blood which builds the Iwdy. The blood inbody. A sound body mutt deed is the be based on sound blood. It la one of the peculiar properties of that it eliminates from the blood the effete and nolsonous matter which Is antag onistic (o health. It also gives to the Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery y NOVEMBER'S CHILLY BLASTS ARE HERE. October gone, winter coming. Tho merchandise gathering in this store tells of tho change. Preparations for tho needs of the season were long ago completed here. Hints of winter aro all about up. The fabrics are heavier. Tho colors arc in keeping with tho days of snow and wind. Tho garments have progressed in weight and warmth. Tho ladies Jackets and Capes aro t furnishings attractive. Blankets are desirable. in demand. Cold weather Comforts aro on every counter. are Improved methods ot retailing make tho satisfaction ofpatroris sure. Heavy-weigh- call ure" it they Mood MkWw-- - 1 blood those elements which nre necessary Thus by to its strength and vitality. the use of " Golden Medical Discovery " blood and power of body have purity of teen attained by thousands of sickly and scrofulous men and women. No other medicine purifies the blood and builds the body a does the "Discovery." Accept no substitute. "it aires me much treasure to testify to Ifat merit or Ir ritrrt'a Col.leu MVdlcal Discovery," writes Ml Antile Wells, " or Fenrusson'a I can as honw&arf. Isle or wight Co.. Va. estly aaiS candidly that It is the grandest medicine ever compounded for purifyins; the blood. 1 suffered terribly with rheumatism, and pimples on the skin and swelling In my knees and feci so that I could not walk. I spent about twenty dollars paying doctors' bills but recelr ed no benefit. A year or two aro X waa reading- one of your Memorandum Booka and I decided to try Vr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and ' Fa yorite Inscription,' and am cnUrely cured." Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant Pellets are graduated to the requirement of woman's They regulate tie delicate system. stomach, liver and bowels. ' ii",' Percals. We have them in all the new and latest styles. Prices from j)ic to c per ynrd. Flanneletts. Beautitul patterns. Both for Wrappers, Dresses and Children's Wraps. House ni Flannels. Onr price on heavy red twill Flannel, Ijc per yard. Better gtades at same low price. Ask to see our line Canton Flannels when you.areinthe store, as we have some special values in Ibis line. Cloaks, Capes and .Tackets. We are receiving new ones every few da,ys, rang Ing in prices from 85c to $10.00. Call and examine quality and get prices. thick as the Goebel Democrats think it should be in Republican counties. There is no contention as to the fact that legal voters cast tbeir ballots as they desired. The election officers, appointed by our opponents, counted these ballots and certified to the result. It Is now sought to go behind the action nf their own agents, set aside the will ol the people at the polls presided over by officers appointed by themselves and disfranchise a whole county for no other reason than that the paper nsed in printing the ballets is alleged to have been to thin. Again, let me say that no such outrage as this will ever dlsgaace Kentucky while justice remains in our com ts and the blood of their fathers in the song of Kentucky. The people ot Kentucky know that Gen Taylor has been elected and I have confidence in their sense of justice and believe. that they, regardless ot pirty, will see that the mandates of the people are G V. Long, carried out. Chairman State Republican Executive Committee. Overcoats We bave got them ! Overcoats ! Our Millinery Stock Is hit in and In full blast same for yourself. Call and tee all styles and pilcea. Gentlemen's Underwear. We start you with a good heavy Jersey tibbed Shirt and Drawers at 35c. Men's extra heavy flannel lined Shltts and Drawers, would be cheap at 69c, our price 49c. Regular 75c quality, our price 50c. Men's Handsome line Underwear, our price $1.35 heavy work Shirts, Buckakin by name, and will wear like buckskin, for only 35c Men's extra heavy cordury collars and fronts our price only 50c. Heavy wool fancy fronts, price 50c. Better grades $1 00 and ft 35. over-shlits, Clothing. line of f 5.00 and $6 00 Suits. A $7 Jo, fS.oo, $9.00 and $10 00 goods. These goods Iu any city tvould cost you twenty five per cent more money. y us show Ithandsome you our line We are still In the lead in all grades of Clothing. Ladies' Underwear. Iing sleeve, heavy ribbed Jersey Vest, 15c. Reg- Dress Goods. We have a handsome line Crepons ranging In price from 50c per yard up to $3 00. A beautiful line new novelties in Plaids for Skirts. In fact anjthing In Dresa Goods from 10c yard up. ular 35c grade for 35c. Ladles' Union Suits 35c suit Extra heavy quality, worth 75c. our price 50c. Misses' Union Suits 35c. Children's Merino Vests and Pants lrom toe each ap. al Boots and Shoes. In this line we are headquarters and carry the largest and best tine ever opened up in Ohio county. We lead of with a regular saddle seam $1 00 Boot our pilce ft 50. Start boys Boots extra heavy.lull atock regular $1.50 aud ft. 75 Boot, our price $ I 35 and $1 35. Little boys, ask your mamma to get you pair ol our red top Boots. We sell you n heavy Brogan Shoe for $1.00, $1 to, $1 35 and on up to $3 00 per pair. Men's Jiall fine Shoe at $1.00, $1.35. I 39 and $1 50. Would be cheap at twenty cents more on eachalr. When it comes to fine Shoes, we handle the Brown Shoe Co'a Shoe, of St. Louis. Every paid guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money refunded. The best Hue of ladles' heavy Shoes on eatth, at all prices. Ask to see our You Can't-Rl'Em Shoe. UNION, KY. Health is good with two exceptions Mr. Aries Piummer, who has been teaching school atShultztown, is now sick at his home, we fear be is taking typhoid fever. Mr Sam Stevens' little girl, Commie, is some better. Mis. Chapman contemphtes going to Owensboro Wednesday. Mrs. Florence Taylor and family spent Saturday with tbe family ol Robt. Piummer The social at Mr. Downy Hocker'e was quite a success. Misses Birchie and Cora Leach Ethel Innes and Zelpah Smith spent Saturday night "villi Miss OUie Hock er. Mr. and Mis John Cooper spent Sunday with Miss Emma Barnes, Beaver Dam. "Aunt Betsy" Burgess visited the families ot Tom Dennett and John Cooper Prldsy and Saturday. Miss Sara Reld visited her sister, Mrs. Olivia Shultz Saturday. S. B. F. Our line Brocade and Plaid ready made Skirts is large. Ladles, if you expect to boy anything in the Dress Goods line this season, give us a call and we will do the rest Bed Comforts and Blankets. Our sales in this line have been far be ond our ex pectations, as we have Uad to make the second large order. We bave them In this line from 50c a pair to Better grades 10-$S 00. Good 10 4 Blanket 50c. 60c and 65c. We start large size 1 Blanket at 75c per pair. Better grades Jl 10, $t 35, $1 35, $1 50 and on up to $5 00. Good, heavy, large size Bed Comforts 9 c. Better grades at $1.10, still better $i.SS,$i 50, up to ft 50 -4 oppo-nents- . We invite everybody to call and investigate. All we ask or wish, is the opportunity to show our new Merchandise. Our GREAT VALUES and LOW PRICES will do the rest. " R.T.COLLINS. HARTFORD Program For Ohio County Teachers' Assocla tlon to be held at Bulord, Saturday, Nov. 18, 1899. 9:3010:00. Opening exercises. 10:0011:00. How to conduct a rec ltatlon In HUtory, L Elmore; and Flow may the general interest in the tuyof HMtory be Impioved, II. E Cox and B G. Cook. 11:0012:00. General discussion on bow to improve tbe interest In general Reading. Noon. 1:00 1:30. Review ol Tennyson's Princess, Miss Belle McDonald. 3:00 Grammar modes, C. W. i:3 Mosely, Dena Woodward and R, C. arnagln, 3:003:00 New methods in Geo iraphy. Will Carson, Louanna Ford and W C. Bell 3:004:00 General business Adjournment. We hope to have every teacher in the county piesent at this meeting of tbe Association, Tbo life of the profession Is dependent In a very great measure upon tbe life of the Teachers' j Association, The lifeof the Association depends wholly upon the teacher. Will you, by your absence, sap Its 'He blood, or will jou with your prta-ence and mlvht give It atrength and ' Do not allow distance vlijnr ot life-and come. CJIVf Htfai--f i.nti cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs. Ceasetearlng your throat and lungs in this way. Put the parts at rest and give them n chance to heal. You will need some help to do this, and you will find it In your throat more raw kr ana irritable, fcverv meilia Blnj In th nw Ring out thsialia Sing In the true" We bring to you the new and true from th plney forests of Norway "Ring out the ol4 4-- ' mind-ednes- s IIMM & DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey er AflCiffS science to Nature's most natural remedy. Improved by 1 aicppy Pectoral From the first dose the quiet and rest begin: the tickling In the throat ceases; the spasm weakens; the cough disappears. Do not wait for pneumonia and consumption but cut short your cold without delay. Dr. Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster should be over the lungs of every person troubled with a cough. .? 0 I Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surface of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Th sore, weary cough-wor- n Lungs are exhilarated 1 the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out 1 tha cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that them Is no Inclination to cough. BOLDLY ALL aOOD DRUQQIBT8 ' Dottlea Only. 26a., 6O0. and $1,00 BE SURE YOU GET a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlro -- 3Iih AM OO YEARS OLD. and Diver nan) lluney. It (ivMqalrk and perman.nl rrlW loarlpaawallaacoiitlisaodcoMa. llmKkta Jf. jl, aittcalta. Ht loan stroij.-ll- rs, rvoocsyi. nr. Of. Iill's FlM-Tar-Nt- For Salo by Z. WAYNE GfllFFIN are warranted to be exactly a. repre enteJj thitts honest. Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction, that is honest. If any article ol Jewelry of our manufacture does not give perfect satisfaction, wc will refund the money paid for the articles; that is honest. CARSON & CO. has a complete assortment of goods in store for sale at prices that defy competition. These gr.oda are made from rolled cold nlate. " lu' 0,d 'd. atock, and are to give per- ct satisfaction or the money will be relunded. If this notice should reach anv one & BRO. llrt? ? Very truly, bo-fo- Pom Roorrs O M. Shultz - T J Morton, j Com, Honesty is tho Best Policy.- - Write to the Doctor. ro4lci UJ U rrl ftll vbt.1MrUnUr 4vt.out mi. TU voir iiMiitoM hti with our Cbarrr Kacioret. Y?a hn prnrylrttf.wltIiol will tcIt AiUrtM.DIW. a AYEn. TOM MrUnc (iTiDf Cduu1 opporlonlUMtnd la.lDtntlr oualtf loDgti Honest v t fur WrtU goods, Every prices, and Hour dealings will Proves .Qtlri-lTt hrltiva RlirpiMia. nut IJ19T uayb ur imb runniaaniji CtNTUHY SHOW NOTHIKO living too tar from CARSON & CO S store, or any other customer of ours, to permit their putcha.log these goods ftom our customer, we will sell tbe goods at retail to such persons, under tbesaiue warranty and deliver by mall, We will also send printed Instruction as to the cate of Jewelty bow to clean It, etc on application, W. F. Main Ce.,Eftptern unnn cihaolv fi"' ,.j J"1: Factory Sts , We believe this fact, and our words demonstrate our belief. Our goods Providence, R. I. Western Factory (Largest Jewelry-Factorin tbe world), under process ol construction at Gist Iowa City, la. Over 53,000 feci of floor space, if Cor. of Friendship and Uddy V 1 SHUTS all aW .1 .." iriTliaal' , frtegiiHMlsd 1 -- IJgjMJIWpi (! P N Mr. Robinson Brown, of neat Rock Toachors' Association. port, Is very low of dropsy. He has 3MK been confined for several months and the up-tdate teachers OHIO CIRCUIT COURT, NOhis fir advanced age makes recovery meet at Buford to (orward their asso6 KflPEMP VEMBER TERM, 1899. very doubtful. ciation work. It is hoped and expect Experience teaches that Mr. Bert Kimbley of near Ceralvo, ed that more of the teachers will be good clothes wear longest, SECOND DAY. (s 0 (s met with a serious misfortune last come interested in their work and in 3665, Com'th va Cicero King. goodfood gives best nutrition, Thursday. While hauling logs by the success ol their association. The 3118, Com'th vs William Harden, and a good medicine that ? ? some accident his leg was caught and association Is a great place to receive jfro, Com'th vs William Hsyden. cures disease Is naturally the broken, no other wounds were made. instruction, which is almost Indlspen 3179, Com'th s John StClalr. best and cheapest. Hood's sible to the teacher and especially 3180, Com'th vs John SfCIalr. Judge John P. Morton has been as those Sarsaparllla Is the best medioung and inexperienced teach 3183, Com'th vs Thomas Ross. sured that he will soon be an employe era. cine money can buy, because Teachers too well prepared for Com'th vs Hiram Stewart in the internal revenue service under It cures when all others fall. their labors have, never graced the Collector Franks, Owensboro. The profession. Men who have 398, Com'th vs Hills Rooch &c. Poor Health "Mad poor health for spent al Com'th vs Tom Berryman. appointment will be made in a lew years, pitta In shoulders, back and hips, most a liletlme in the teachers' pro- 3347, with constant hiAcUche. ntrvoasness And 3348, Com'th vs Tom Berryman.' days. Is much on the order of tho ordinary fall weather-f- ull fession declare that a teacher should no appetite. Used Hood's StrsApArHU. of suggestions ol snappy days and fall clothes. Com'th vs Tom Berryman. always rtfresh his memory on the 3349, Revs. Lowery Ticbenor and G. II gained strength And can work hard all j n .. . Wo are ready with the clothes, aud really need not ii 3350, Com'th vs Turn Berryman. m-cuiis- c day: eat heartily and steep tuetL Lawrence are conducting a great re-- . subject, which he isjolng to present, Hook borrow trouble about the weather 'twill be in on Com'th va Tom Berryman. tt because it helped m.v husband to whom vival meeting at Pond Run. Many before entering the class room, II 335 time. Thcie'a no use In buying just oidinary kinds 3368. Com'th va Robert Arbuckle. it gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Giffets, have been converted and a large num this applies to the College and Uniof clothes, either. Doesn't cost anymore to tccure Moose Lake, Minn. 3384, Com'th vs Rolwrt Dchart. high qualities and perfect tailoring. It's only a matber of additions have been made to the versity professors, will it not also apCom'th vs Robert Arbuckle. ter ol coming here for them. ply to the teachers in the rural dls 3374, selec-- f church. 3391, Com'th vs Henry Carter. trie's? -, Why not come to Carson & Co. for Com'th vs Henry Carter. 339A prominent professor ol a Univeryour fall and winter Dry Goods, Shoes, HmkPi Hill t jr IWf f 111, sity once, on being asked why he re- 3414, Com'th vs Elvis Blankenship. in non Irrlutlng nd Boots, Millinery and Clothing? We Com'th vs Elvis Blankenship. ".lr."""fo Uk with lTooJT"arnprllU: viewed each lesson before going to 3415, meet all competition and in addition Suits prou'll buy quickly, when you note the stylish 343a, Com'th vs G W. Kendall &c. we give one good oak, cane seated, class room, replied: "I never allow 3452, Com'th vs Thomas Carson. materials the perfect way in which they're made SIXTH DAY. to drink from a stagnant Rocking Chair with every $15.06 cash my students the low prices at which we oder them. 83.00, $4.00 3690, Com'th vs George Russell. 34S4, Com'th vs Geo, A. Coppage. and $0 00. If $0.00 represents just the price you purchase. This is something that ev- - pool." The teacher, who thinks he Is 3463, Com'th vs Geo. A. Coppage. 3691, Com'th vs Ernie RRoblnson&c wish to pay for your new fall Suit, you'll do well to ery housekeeper needs. Don't fall to prepared for his labor and needs no 3475, Com'th vs Horace Hlnes. 3692, Com'th vs Dallas Faught &c. advice from his equals or superiors, come here. Wll surprise you with the high quality take advantage ol this oiler. Com'th vs Daviess Gravel Road Co. 3693, Com'th vs Charles Everly. of tho materials the perfect way in which they're and thinks that tho work of the teach3694, Com'th vs Marvin Everly, 3480, Com'th vs Jordon Evans. Mr. S. P. Leach, Balk Hill, I. T., ers' association is of no importance to made up tho .handsome manner in which they fit Men' 18 inch leg, saddle seam Fifty four inch turkey red Table 3695, Com'th vs Louts Griffin. you. It represents the plumpest of values the top an Ohio county boy, who, thirteen blm, that teacher is least prepared for 3482, Com'th vs George Poole. Boots $1.25, worth today $i 50 Linen, fast color, only 15c -, 3696, Com'th vs Dallas Faught. notch of style they're the dressy.stylish sort of clothes. years ago left his Kentucky friends to the trust Imposed in him. The teach 348.- Com'th vs Lem Cuitls. Ladies' all wool double Capes, Men's heavy ribbed, wellifleeced 3697, Com'th vs Henry Malln. seek his fortune In the west, is now ers association is unquestionably an 3486, Com'th vs Lem Curtis. trimmed in fur 5 1,00, cheap Undershirts, the 35c quajity, 3698, Com'th vs J A Barnes. visiting his father, Mr. John M. excellent place forthe teachers to gain 3487, Com'th vs Lem Cuitls. enough at $1 50. for c. 3699, Com'th vs Joe Cravens. 3488, Com'th vs Lem Curtis. Leach, near Beaver Dam. Altera strength mentally and morally. Mcn'sallwool Beaver Overcoats, Ladles' oc quality ribbed Vest, Alt idiot and lunatic cases are set for visit of about one month he will reusual $7 50 Cqat.our price $S well lletced, good sires 15c. A few years ago the teachers ot Har 3489, Com'th vs Lem Curtis. If it'b $10 you wish to invest, here's a winner for Saturday, the sixth day of this term ol turn to his home. Mr. Leach visited din county met and organized their 3490, Com'th vs Lem Curtis. Good size white or gray Blankets Ladles' good grain, lace or butyou. Has that rich finish that goes with Suits costing court. A copy. Attest: In town Wednesday, the guest of his association with . bound edges, worth ton Shoes, riveted seams.only but three members. 3491, Com'th vs Lem Curtis. 75c, our twice (he money some dealers might ask you that SAM A. ANDERSON, Clerk. brother, Mr. Owen Leach. THIRD DAY. price 48c per pair. They made their dinner on cheese and $1 00. sum lor this Suit, but our price mu-- t always be the By L I. Morton, D. C. Men's heavy reversible Jeans lowest, and so we ask you but $9.00. You'll not go But this corps of teachers 3492, Com'th vs Lem Curtis."' Men's white Shlits, fancy bosom Rev. L. R. Barnett, who went to crackersamiw ( n this Suit its worth far more than we ask and Duck Coats, none better, To' day the 3493 Com'th vs Lem Cnrtls. one pslr of cufft.onr price 50c. It will not be a surprise to any who Arkansas a few years since, made a has been, evolutlonlzed. for it. 812.60 stands at 810 for this handsome Suit. are at all familiar with the good quala bargain at fi.oo. Five thousand yards good heavy ahort visit to his mother, near town, chairman designates a place for the 3494, Com'th vs Lem Cnrtls. Ought to run several notches higher, and would be ities ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Twenty seven inch dark Oats association to meet and every teacher 3495, Com'th vs Lem Curtis. Domestic, worth now at "i this week. While here he claimed to know.that people everywhere take worth it. A full-u- p value strictly fall of 1899 co- l- ' logs, just the thing ior chilour price 5c. one ot Ohio county's most charming aUends, sickness being the only excuse 3500, Com'th vs E. A. White. orings nnd materials mode up in that peerless way pleasure in relating their experience dren's dretscs in plaids and Ten thousand yarda fsncy'I'rints In the useof that splendid medicine young ladles, Miss Sallle Hamilton, for absence. The Ohio county teachers 3501, Com'th vsTJ. A. White. that all good Suits should be made. Others at $13.00 and in telling of the benefit they have usual I2jfc quality, and up to $18.00. , stripes, including all ft pie brands and left for Rocky Comfort, Ark., have become tired of the old system 3502, Com'th vs E. A. White. received from It. of bad colds it has our price 10c. yesterday, noon. Rev. Barnett has which has always proven afallure and 3503, Com'th vs E A. White. that are worth to day at mills cured, of threatened attacks ot pneuAnother shipment of Plush many friends in the county who will are now on a fair road to success 3504, Com'th vs E. A. Whit""- price 5c 5Xc, our monia it has averted and of the chll Capes, the $7 00 quallty.nlce dren it has saved from attacks of croup receive the news oi bis wedding with There are just as good teachers in this 3505, Com'th vs E. A. White. Grtat big Bed Comforts, well ly lined and beaded, the price county as are found anywhere and 3506, Com'th vs E. A. White. and whooping cough. It is a prand, great pleasure. is $$ 00. Don't delay. padded, covered with good good medicine. For sale by Z. Wayne they are as anxious to make their 3507, Com'th vs E. A. White. We do not only meet competition, but wo sell them a Good 5 4 best brands Ule Oil calico, $1 00 quality.our price uttmu m Mr, McDowell Fair has quit the work a success as any other county's 3508, Com'th vs E. A. White. iiro. shade bwer and in addition to tbawefgive free for Cloths 15c. for this lot 75c. mercantile business in Hartford and ia teachers. There seems to be but one 3509, Com'th vs E. A. White. n $15 cash purchase, one good oak RockWrooked While Patrolling. now traveling for the Coleman brothing Chair. Come to see us and price our goods. We deficiency with our teachers and that 3510, Com'th vs E A. White. know you will buy. Yours for trade, The United States Cruiser Charlesers, Louisville. Msc. Is a very pleaa is organization.' The outlook for the-- 351 1, Com'th vs M Likens. ton was wrecked on the northern coast ant business man and has made many future of the association is indeed 3513, Com'th vs M Likens. ol Luzon while patrolling the northern friends during the time he was en gratifying. The, two former sessions 3514, Com'th va M Likens. coasts of the Philippines. gaged in business here. His experi- oi this organization were marked with 3515, Com'th vs M Likens. All on board were saved. ence as a business man ior the past success, but the efforts oi chairmen 3516, Com'th vs M Likens. con- fifteen years almost insures his sue- - ahould never cease until every teach 3517, Com'th vs M Likens. The cruiser Charleston, which was built in San Francisco in 1888 had a cess as a traveling salesman. We pre er is thoroughly aroused to a full 351S, Com'th vs M Likens. displacement of 3 730 tons, was 312 diet success for his future effort in his sense oi his duties ; then will the ef- 3519, Com'th vs M Likens. in feet, 7 inches in length, 46 feet 2 Inches present vocation. ,T,r,T,T forts of the chairman be crowned with 3520, Com'th vs M Likens. y:r,j:fiixKfifii Tuiir, in beam and 21 feet 8 Inches draught. thanks from every patron oi the pub 3521, Com'th vb M Likens. She was of steel, having two propel Bak- lic schools. 3522, Com'th vs M Likens. lers, one funnel and two masts with 353c Com'th vs M Likens. Church Dobr. Llquldatod. military tops. 3524, Com'th vs M Likens. She had the following armament: Since the Hartford Baptist church 3525, Com'th vs Addis Austin. Two 8 inch guns, six guns, was constructed, about twelve years 3526, Com'th vs Addis Austin. Inr two 3 pounders, six ago, there has remained a large debt 3527, Com'th vs Addis Austin. hanging over its members. The two machine guns and membership of thechurch being small 3528, Com'th vs Addis Austin. one 11? ht gun, with four torpedo tubes. made the struggle a hard one. Those 3529, Com'th vs Addis Austin. She had a complement of 306 men. members most faithful in their church Com'th vs Warren Cundiff. Bring me your butter and eggs. I duties havelabored untiringly through 3530, K,eld' 'bus raeets Strains at Com'th vs Warren Cundiff. 3531. pay highest prices. John Nix. this period ana at last have the con -- BOXiB ITSOFIilSTOSC Eolation that they are permitted to 3532. Com'th vs Warren Cundiff. Mr R. P. Hockcr, Beaver Dam, is Mrs. E H. Patterson, Beaver Dam, worship in their own edifice. When 3533. fJom'th vs Warren Cundiff. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. reported quitetick. vs Jim Burns. died Wednesday night alter having the buildlnir had been erected and 3540, Com'th Mr. Len Leach, Beaver Dam, has a snflered for several weeks with Ty- - covered in, the building funds failed. 3541, Com'th vs James Guy, The church then decided to borrow very severe case ol typhoid lever. phoid fever. She was one of Beaver $1500 from a trust company to com 3543, Com'th vs,Thomas Ingler. Dam's most prominent cltlzens,having plete the house, the Southern Baptist 3546, Com'th vs Dan Hlnes &c. t- Class Livery Stable Missei Norma Miller and May Ross apent most of her life tberethe held Association agreeing to pay the in 3548, Com'th vs Bud HeQln. made Tub RErcnuCAN a happy call the love and respect of everyone. terests on this amount lor five years. 3550, Com'th vs Ben Rial. Wednesday. The members, for a period oi time.con-ducteA FAST AND KASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE 3554, Com'th vs R T Collins. Since her marriage two bright twin their Gross Williams will sell jou a good babies have blessed the uuloa and, tor, during worship without a pas- 3563, Com'th vs Pas Warner &c. VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. which time' they paid second-hansewing machine for $ 10 now, when prepared to enjoy a happy about $700 of the debt. Within the 3564, Com'th vs Charles Crusath. See him nt once. home she Is summoned to give up life past two years the church has paid 3566, Com'th vs James Guy. her pastor and liquidated the entire How tar should the Teacher be inColored Teachers' Association Mr. Riley Felix was among the and friends forever. The remains debt amounting to $968. The history 3569, Com'th vj Dunk Westerfield. fluenced by public opinion, Prot. S.M. pleasant callers at T11K Rrpcbucan were interred at the Liberty cemetery of the church's struggle in the early 3570, Com'th vs Dunk Westerfield. Program for Colored Teachers' As- Taylor. yesterday afternoon. Tub Republi days of its existence is rather gloomy, 3577, Com'th vs James Poole. office Wednesday. Purpose of Civil Government in our but through persistent efforts ot its 3579, Com'th vs Forest Poole. sociation to be held at Beaver Dam, can extend? condolence to the grief Schroder's Floating Studlo-i- now members sees a btight and 3580, Com'th vs Riley Peach. Ky., November 17th and 18th, 1899: Schools, Miss Lizzie Johnson. burdened husband and sorrowing promising she at lastTo those future. at Llvermore,and will return to Harts members 3581, Com'th vs Tom Hall. Closing Exercises. friends. FRIDAY, NOVBUURtt 17, 1809. who have so faithfully striven In the ford, December the 1st. tf J 'V. Jknkins, Ch'm'n. church's interest, much credit is due, 3584, Com'th vs Felix Poole, Devotional exercises, Rev. W. II. G. A. Walker, Com. Little Vivian, the 8 yea"r old daught3587, Com'th vs Clark C Slater. Mrs. Emits Strlckler and Mrs. Lula & KDOWH UIARLOTTB ElDSON, Venerable. Bennett. Beda, called at Tub Rkpub er of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Downs, "Experience Is tho bosttoach-or.- " 3588, Com'th vs Clark C Slater. ' Welcome address, G. W. Thomp South Ca'rrollton, died the 8th inst. ol Lican office yesterday. ' FOURTH DAY. son, Hartford, Ky. diptherla. The loss ol this bright and Mr. Charles 11. Stevens is danger- cheerful child from the Response, M Acton, We must be willing to learn from 3667, Com'th vs Foster Gross &c. livary family circle Among tho many first-cla- ss the experience of other people. Every Com'th vs James Tally, ously ill of heart trouble at his home shuts forever Composition, Miss Eliza Dean. ,. write C. Hill, of Marshall, Mich.. the sunshine out of a testimonial in favor of Hood's Sarsa-parll- 3592, stables fn tho Greon River Country, one mile east of Beaver Dam Geography, Miss G, A Walker. 3593. Com'th vs R P Her. living proof of the efficacy of happy home and gloom and disapis the voice of experience to Com'th vs R P Her. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. 'Physiology, j. W. Jenkins. -nono aro bettor equipped than Keown I have suf'Mr. Chester Louey, McHenry, made pointment fill the hearts of the be- you, and it Is your duty, if your blood 3594, fered 20 years from heart trouble, General discussion. of Hartford. It is run by Tun RsruBUCAN a very agreeable reaved parents. The bright and cheer is Impure and your health falllmr. to 3595, Com'th vs R P Her. and became so bad I could not lie take this medicine. You have every 3596, Com'th vs R P Her. nook, tul smiles which gladdened and made reason to expect young men, who aro enqrgotio, and call white In town Wednesday. down to sleep. Physicians failed to that (t will do (or you vs R P Her. Teachers sphere, S M. Taylor. I Ask vour Dhvslcian this aues- happy the lives oi fond parents have what It has done for others. It is the 5397, Com'th help me, and I was advised to try Mrs. Jo. Taylor and famlly.oi Cromin every particular. 3625, Com'th vs R P Her. ; ..,.,; f . Current events, Miss Johnson. 1 ? ,. Dr.Miles' Heart Cure, which benefited one great j 1 uon, "wnarjs-n- e well, visited the family of Judge J. P. been called to grace the throue of the best medicine money can buy. 3616, Com'th vs R P Her. Civil Government, Miss Charlotte me from the first. I continued using Eternal Paradise, although they feel 1 remedy for consumption?" 1 ' Pill- - are Hood'a Miller Saturday and Sunday. 3627, Com'th vs R P Her. Eldson. it and now am In perfect health." certain that the pride of their hopes mild, effective. He will answer. "Cod-live- r 3618, Com'th vs Lte Her. General discussion. With every $15 caah sale, we give has an inheritance richer than gold, it I oil." Nine out of (en will $ 3619, Com'th vs Graves. Closing hymn. free one good oak Chair. Marriages. is awfully hard for those fond parents 3620, Com'th vs Elsie Gray, answer the same way. Farming Implements in season. FRIDAY NIGHT. Carson & Co. to get consent of ther minds th t their Douglas Pryor, Wblt-svlll- e. to Em 3621, Com'th vs E D Armond. ' Yet when persons have li Kia by all droeefiu on Prayer, by Rev. W. II , Venerable. one is in better hands. The ma Crow, Deanfield, Date of marri We are receiving lots ol Rocking little rmt bottle benchU or money back. 3622, Com'th vs Fred Daniel. consumption they loathe all Music, by choir. Book on heart and nerves tent free. Chairs to begiven away with every $15 friends of the family everywhere age, November 2. Com'th vs Ras Tilford. Or. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart. Ind, fatty foods, yet fat is neces-Roll call, by Secretary. extend condolence to the parents in George E. Smith, Bell's Run, to 3635. cash sale. Cabson & Co. 3689, Com'th vs John Shaver &c. Paper, Miss Mary Berry. sary ior their recovery ana Mary . Maddox, Hell's Run. Date greatest hour of trial. this the 3643, Com'th vs Thomas Shroeder. of marriage, November 8. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Taylor and litRecitation, C. M. Sproe. they cannot taKe plain cod-livLINE STRICTLY OF JEWELRY Host of feed and your stock will tle son, Master Hugh E lward, attend Mr. John II. Thomas and family, James Fuqus, Beda, to Viola Hoov- 3644, Com'th vs Willis Herald. Solo, Miss Emily Brown. oil. The plain oil disGUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION 3652, Com'lh vs Bob Daniel. ed the burial ol Mrs. Patterson atXlb tera ahort and pleasant sijournin er, Beda. Date of marriage, Nov, 9 seoure best attention. Recitation, Miss Charlotte Eldson, turbs the stomach and takes OR MONEY REFUNDED. Ira T. Arbuckle, Select, to Annie 3653, Com'th vs Solomon Kabn. Hartford, leave friends and erty yesterday. Recitation, Miss Georgia Walker. i away the appetite. The dis Date of marriage, 3656, Com'th vs R P Her. ' here to gahi others, now strangers to Hatler, Rosine. Duett, Miss Dean and Miss I. Berry. A lull and very fine line ol Jewelry agreeable lishy odor ana The little child oi Mr. BverlyAsh them, Mr, Thomas has been appoint November 8. 3650, Com'th vs I C R. R. Co, Recitation, Miss Uthii Butler. is now oOercd for sale by S. J. Ttche-no- r, Oicar Stewart, Rosine, to Rosa taste make it almost unen- ly of near Ceralvo died Friday the n tb ed store keeper gaugeriu the Internal 3654, Com'th vsTJud Gentry. lnsttumental Solo, Miss Noltle Thomas, Rosine. Date ot marriage, of McHenry, Ky. This sale indurable. What b to be done? It you need an Overcoat, see Car and was buried at West Providence revenue service under Collector E T November 8, 3657, Com'th vs Jasper Embry. cludes rolled gold plate, gold filled, Parks. cemetery Saturday, This question was arts-Franks, Owensboro. This is a nice ton & Co. J. W Stogner,Centertown,toVirgie 3659 Com'th vs Willis Harl. Paper, Miss Lizzie Johnson. gold iront and sold gold goods of our f wered when we first made Miss Stafford, Carson & Co's MillU lucrative business and a position oi Bates, Livermore. Date of marriage, 3661, Com'th vs Robeit Dehart. this Duett, Mandolin and Guitar, Mr, L. Mr.A. I. Nail is in Evansvllle own manufacture and we warrant November 14 3652, Com'th Vs L C. R. R. Co. Tier, has had a good (all business and trnst.for which Mr. Thomas is emiweek on business, them to give perfect satisfaction or we Barrett'and Mr. T. J Walker. C T. Lake. Westerfield, to Fannie has lots of lists left Come to nently qualified. It was a knowledge I Mitchell, Address, Mr. S. M. Taylor. FIFTH DAY. will relund the money paid for them 'Daisy photos 25c a dozen at Boyd's still Westerfield. Date of marol this qualification that induced ColSelect Reading, Mrs. Samanthla 366J Com'th vs I. C. R. R, Co. etc her when In need of a Hat. riage, November 14, by the purchaser. gallery. Just for a short time. lector Franks to employ Mr. Thomas' We manufacture over 5,000 designs Acton. L R Barnett.Rocky Comfort, Ark., 3664, Com'th va I C. R. R. Qo. Mr. Sylvester White, Olaton, and Oil with services for the National government. to Sallle HauilUou. Adabursr. Date 3666 Com'th vs Cicero King. of Cod-LivFor sale or rent A Jarm. Apply Duett, Miss Emily Brown and Miss or patterns ol Jewelry and do not hesl Esq. Wis, Autry, Horse Branch, During the short time that Mr Thom- of marriage, November 15. rate to warrant our goods to the full- G. Walker. to J, A. Wedding, Hartford, Ky. Although that 3669, Com'th vs Ben Rial, greeted Tub Republican Wednesday est extent We know they are exact as was on the editorial staff ol Tub William Diveus. jEtnavllle. to Ad. 3670, Com'th vs Rial & Baltzell, Recitation, Mrs, M. Acton, years was nearly twenty-fiv- e We pay 40c per pound for good with their pretence, while In town. ly as represented. Republican he made many warm line Johnson, DeanDeld. Date? of mar 3672, Com'th vs J E Rowe Closing Chorus. Carson & Co. 8to. vet it s' nds alone to White Feathers In case this notice should rescb patWhy will people buy "Cheap John" friends throughout the county by his riage, November 11. 3673, Com'th vs Mose Hudson. rons who are too far away from Mr SATURDAY'S SRS6ION. day the one great remedy Mr. J. W. White, F,ast View, Ky., aewiug machines when they can get hsppy and genial disposition. The (hamb-rl-ln- 'Tichenor's place oi bnriuess, or other 1'hIii IIhIiii 4'urr. Olb-er- 3674, Com'th vs I. C. R. R. Co. for all altections ol the throat Devotional Exercises, Rev. W. II Wijr JVol Vouf stores where our goods are sold, to family likewise have made friends wss In town Tuesday and Wednesday. the Singer for 10 cents a daj? 3675, Com'th vs Thomas Smith. and lungs. admit ol their going there to purchase Venerable. Gross William, Agent. during their shoit residence here For My wile has been using Chamber- 3676, Com'th vs C M Smith. The bad tsift tnd odor havt been Sigps in Arithmetic, Miss Ida Berry. our goods, write us what you wapt and We want to buy 500 bushels of good Mr. C. J. Rhoads is at Magan this the present they will remain at Sul- lain's Pain Balm, with good results, 3679, Com'th vs I. C R. R. Co. we will sup'ply you by null, at the taken away, the oil ibttf hat bun ? Carson & Co. Music In our Schools, Miss Elizi Corn. regular prices. week cnvolcing his stock oi goods, phur Springs until Mr. Thomas has for a lame shoulder that has pained 3680, Com'th vs I C. R. R. Co. partly diluted, and the most sen. Dean, Mr, D. W. Kliumel, Ceralvo, called He has sold his store at that place to been permanently assigned a certain ber continually ior nine Years. We 3682, Com'th vs A R Oiler. We will be glsd to correspond with tilive (onuch object to K rarely. Advanced Gramrcar, Mr. M, Acton. have tried all kinds of medicines and Wednesday. a the wearef ol goods concerning them. at Tun Rupubucan office Not one in ten an Uke and djttt gentleman from Brtckenridge coun place of business. Tub Rhpchmcan doctors without receiving any benefit 3681, Com'th vs George Medcalfe. ' Primary Numbers, Miss G, A.' Will send full instructions as to the the plain oil. Mm out ol ten cm wishes much success and happiness (rum any of them One day wc saw 3684, Com'th vs John Pattou, Bepnett, of Beda, msde ty. Mr. L. D. care of Jewelry, how to clean it, etc. Walker. take SCOTT'S EMULSION 4 d- to be the lot of tha deserving family an advertisement of this medicine and 3685, Cora'tlr vs Alonzo Wells. on application, by mall, Boyd Bros, have opened a Photo-jj,r-Song, by Association, Tub Rkpudmcan a pleasant call Tues it arts thought ol tiylug it, which we did 3686, Com'th vs Prank Wade. i gut It That I whycontunMiljl-- n.m day, Pilmary Reading, Mrs. M. Acton, I rruny cue of ttrly Gallery nrxt door west of TUB F. "Doing nothing II doing ill," Im with the best ot satisfaction. She 3687, Com'th vs William Southard &c. office and would be pure blood neglected will beebme a has nml only one bottle and her NOON, llttim rocl.r) Cer. ttfrlirndtklf v4 i Even In advanced utu U brinjt I Mrs. C. P. Keown is still quite ill, Rkpuumcan va Lon Johnson. shoulder is almost well. Adolnh L 3688, Hit Strut), fimld,mt),ll, , Music. comiort ana grttiy protonfi mu la thought' to be improving a,t pleased to have you call and see some serious matter. but Take Hood's Sarsa- - Mlllett, Manchester. N. v Wlltlx factory, Urfut J.ailry f.tltr) In tit II. For sale 3418. Com'th va Joe Stratton. oa, .11 druUtfc Kot. &1 Necessity ol a Program, Mrs. S. ol their work, present. Willi, m4u prtctu occutructlf tt fail low I partita, at once and avoid the ill. scon ADunnlile.Oumi.U.N, Yk. by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bio, ru 3419. Com'th vs Joe Stratton, City, I. Our 62,000 ft.ttffur ipaci. t Acton, THE FAIR DEALERS. :EA.X:r &c CO., BAR DOCKET. "The testis the Cheapest SIM km ! Ill aaa? ? )? (Aljd W iiii fam 'BbBBBB -- 9, iiimu wmiuMW Bocnuso Ihcir prices are the lowest. THE NEW FALL WEATHER iiieirstocK is the larirest. liBecause their tions are tlio best. dWodtt SaMa frail NEW FALL SUITS. NOTE1 OUR PRIGES. AGT WISELY AND GOME.. TO US FOR WINTER SUPPLIES. -- Seven, Eight and Ten Dollars. fac-tr- 5c, You Must Buy and Pay for Goods. cano-seatcd If interested, visit us at once. OUR PRICES will PLEASE, our QUALITIES and PRICES will DELIGHT YOU. Notwithstanding the low prices, wo are tinuing to give free with every ten dollars THE PLAGE IS: THE purchased, one of our handsome 16x20 inch Pictures, nicely framed. 5!Er!i Fill HO., FUI DQIfllS. Hartford Republican.' The Hartford ery keeps fresh bread, cakes and rolls every day. Lunch, hot and cold; canned goods, fruits and candies. mmmmmmmmm w& am Halo "ImndHanrty How' TRANSFER LINE Firs- s MARTIH, y la "t a ASK YOUR DOCTOR! atq Buggies aud Wagons on sale at all times. Z-- Heart Cure S DR. MILES' Celebrated Birdsoll Wagons a specialty. Give them a call. a. er EMULSION SCOTT'S Hypo-phosphit- -- ph W. MAIN CO., .iii.w. miHitJUSktkkU ""! iir iiin i sw - mmlt,. iiini mliSXIiiw -- 1i1b m 'SilfWwJfc-tjafr- JUtM -- ii ft-- i' a. a 1iMU( an 'm tii " i fi: ,HTirrti"'''S inmnnniiiiji m wniiwm'',"i 'tiTyiriii'iiai nr;, riTinnmiwmn m..n .1 iBininTirTrt)",)t,iniiTfiiiiirtinriwiiiii(iniiii MMiMxa jmwMrywwrft itiimmnmtfii1 CANCER IS DEADLY! Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. the Philippines onght to have does a great deal ot harm and arsists Ar.ulna.do in maintaining the insurrection, as he publishes all assertions by Americana of that character and he tells his supporters that if thty hold out until winter itxle-pendence will be given them "It also has a bad effect in this that the people who are disposed to be favorable to us and who desire us to govern the inlands tear ti assert them selves because they kuow thai it tbiy should do ao aud the Americana should abandon them they would be in greet danger of their lives and, in all probability, their property would be confi cated " m KENTUCKY.CROP REPORT. This foarful disoaso of ton first appoars RfKlllfc FafallV III mil. as a moro scratch, n nlmplo. or lump in Condltlonsof Crops nnd Stock raiUIIJ 10 Proust, too small to attract any Novombor I, 1899. A Pacnc flllf nf Ton UdoUO UUl Ul loll A notico, until, in many cases, tho deadly disoaso is fully dovelopod. Rrplita were received this month Pnro Cnunrl 31 I uUrB rOuliu Cancer can not be cured by a surgical from 136 correspondents, representing LaSli disoaso lis a virulent operation, because the 102 counties. poison in tho blood, circulating tliroughout the system, and although WHEAT. tho soro or ulcer known as tho Cancer may bo cut away, tho The close of October saw practically poison remains in tho blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with ronowod violonco. the entire wheat crop seeded. Tne Tho wonderful success of S. S. 8. in curing obstinate, d contemplated acreage Is estimated it blood disoasos which wore considorod incurable, induced a low de101 as compared with the acreage of spairing sufforors to try it for Canoor, after exhausting tho skill of 1898 m 93 per cent of which whs teedid tho physicians without a euro. Much to their delight S. S. S. proved Ho Fooled Tho Surgoons. prior to November 1, Thisialnstrilc equal to the disoaso and promptly effected a euro. Tho glad news intr contrast with the same date of sproou rapiuiy, ana it was soon demonstrated All doctors told Renick Hamilton, 189S, when folly 3 per ceit of the boyond doubt that a euro had at last boon f West Jtfferson, O , after suflerhig found for deadly Cancor. Evidonco haB accuacreage remaiucd to be sown. mulated which is incontrovortiblo, of which be The western section lepoit the ac 18 months from Rectal tho following is a specimen : vuuld die unless a costly operation reage satire a last year, the lncreas "Canoer Is hereditary in our family, my father, a tag erfornied; but he cured himself being in the central section Th ulster and an aunt having died from this dreadful south-asteAith five hexes Backlen's Arnlci section, where coruD-.r- u disease. My feelings may bo Imagined when the hor- ntuo disease maao its appearance on my aiao, it was tively little wheat is grown, is nnt In. Salve, the surest Pile cure on a malignant Canoer, eating inwardly In such a way as eluded in the estimate of acreage and md the best Salve In the World 25 to cause (treat alarm. The disease seemed boyond the skill of the doctors, for their treatment did no good merits a box. Sold by J II. Willi ma, condition of the wheat crop. whatever, the Cancer arowinir worse all the while. A considerable number of counties Druggist. MBS. s. H. IDOL. Numerous remedies were used for it. but the Cancer show n substantial increase In acreage, (jrow steadily worse, until it seemed that I was doomed A gill never believes a man when to follow tho others of the family, for I know how deadly Cancer is, especially and a few of these report it the Urges t 8.), which, from the when Inherited. I was advised to try Swift's Spociflo (S. a. he tells her he,Uu't worthy of her flnt day. forced out the poison. I continued its use until I had taken eighteen In the history of the counties. This love, but before he has been his wife bottles, when I was cured sound and well, and have had no symptoms of the I dreadful affliction, though many years have elapsed. S. S. S. Is the only cure is offset by reports from countle lor a year she discovers that he has where tbe drouth prevented the seed lor wancer. jur3. a m. idoi wimton, n. u. f told her the truth. Our book on Cancor. containing othor testimonials and valuable ingot any but the corn and tobicco lands, by reason ot which the acreage Tho Appotlto of a Goat information, will be sent froo to any address by the Swift Specific is materially reduced Company, Atlanta, Georgia. Tbe condition compared with aver Is envied by all poor dyspeptics deep-ooato1 a, rn LION COFFEE Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE, In 1 lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREI$ in exchange for lion heads cut from front ofx lb. LION COFPEBpkgs. dold Collar Button. MalUd fra far S lion hiadi cut from Uoa Coffc wreppere auaip. Mad of rolled told aod wild moihtrof-pcar- l backs suitable alike for ladlra and nolle-me1 handy and popular. Thliabap .k -- j ' 1 Best Coffee for the Money! Try mm, 3k LION COFFBC and you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffo. 9 WMsM9a: flantel Clock. By arpeeM, Alarm Clock. 4111b. 21. itaaip. Frame flnUbrd prrpaia, 1W 110 Hon naadaanda ttautltullf ad Daisy Neck-Pi- n. Hard-Enam- el wswr55as STRENGTH, PURITY AND FLAVOR Stylish Belt-Buckl- and rood Umfrketper. MB?" Alcantr Hartford, Ky., Has opened up a General Store, the only one in town. Call and eximine my goods and get prices before buying - elsewhere. It will be to your interest to do so. This town goes without saying, with the country people, to be the highest town in the county, But he that Says so, As long as I am in business here, will misrepresent the town. By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap-a- the cheapest. Country produce taken at the highest market price in exchange for goods. s LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Union Depot, Seienth and & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, 222 Fourth Avenue. Rim, Louisville to St. Louis & West. St. Louis to LouisviIIo & East No. 41. No 44. No. 45. No. 46 Leave Louisville 7:37a ra 8:40a in Sysp m Leave St Louis 8:ssp m " Owensboro 11:40a m 11:58pm " Mt.Vernon 12:23am 11:38pm " Henderson 12 :45p m 12:55am " Evansville 2:13pm 2:35am " Evansville 1:15am 1:35am "Henderson 2:46pm 3:10am " Mt.Vernon, 1114:17pm 4:29a m " Owensboro 4:00a m 3'44P m Arrive St Louis 7:32p m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45? m 7:30a m 41 Leave Louisville 7:37a rn " Hawesville. . . . 10:43a in " Owensboro. . . . 11140am " Henderson. . . . I2:45p m Arrive Evansville . . . 1:15pm aOUlWlIAB No. TO EVAITSVII.I.S. 8:04pm 9:05pm io:iop ra 10:40pm No 43 4:sop ni 11 :08pm No. 45 ni 11:58pm 12:55a m 1:25am EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. No 46 No. 44 No. 42 Leave Evansville 2:2op m 6:50a m 2:45a m " Henderson 2:46p m 7:15a m 3:10a m " Owensboro 8:18a m 3M4P rn 4:00a m " Hnwesville . . . ,9:17am 4:40pm 4:50am Arrive Louisville I2'35p m 7:30a m 7'4SP m Ali;trains run through solid to Evansville. Through Parlor Cars and Pullman Sleepers on all trains to Kvansvllle and St Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Pordsville & Hardinsburg dally. 36 .... .... .... .... SAVE MONEY! You can save 10 to 15 per cent, by buying your Lumber, sash, doors, slunglos and building material at tbo Cornor ot Inglo and 7th sts. I have one of the best affottments of Choice Lumber in the State, ond can uiakcllt an object to you to obtain price for your lumber, I dell strictly lor Cash, which means that you will not have to help pay any bad bills when you buy here. ege yeer Is 97. For the past three jears the condition on November has been as follows: 1898,96; 1897 62; 1896 96. In tbe western section tbe condition Is 97, while the central section it is 99 The soil was In most excellent seeding, and generally there was sufficient moisture to permit rapid and perfect germination. As a result the stand is good and the plant vigor ous. In a number of counties local showers from time to time have made the condition phenomenally high. In tbe central section, Bourbon county resorts the condition 140 compared with average years; Clark, 120; Scott, 115; Lincoln, 120, and Madison, 125 In the western section, Hickman connty reports a condition of 120 and Larue a condition of 125. Against these very favorable re ports, however, are reports from conn, ties where the drouth was long and severe and where tbe plant has dlffi cnlty In sustaining itself against the combined influences of heat and lack of moisture. In such counties the condition is correspondingly low. Some injury also has resulted from in sects. In Mercer connty cut worms have caused considerable damage, and in Warren the crop is infested with fly," resowing to some extent being necessary. On the whole, however, farmers have every reason to be encouraged by the prospect. The cultivation was probably never better, and now that the drouth is broken, we may expect an improvement on even the present flittering outlook. PASTURES AND LIVESTOCK. Pastures have impruved slightly duilng the month. Tbe condition November 1 average 69 as against 65 on October 1. Feeding has been nee essary, and where neglected, stock cattle, especially, are reduced In flesh. Farmers have curtailed the number of stock on band so as to better enable them to care for the remainder. Few cattle are being fed for market, and on account of the absence of the usual grazing and the scarcity of stock water tbe condition of these is but 86 compared with average years. Hogs have been marked freely, and but a small portion ol the number fed remains unsold. The condltltlon, compared with average years. Is 90, Thirty two correspondents report hog cholera arid 97 report none in county Tne weather has been favorable and good progress was made in bousing the corn crop. The yield has proven disappointing, falling far below ez pectations. More than the usual at attention has been given to saving the fodder crop, and the supply of rough' age is considered ample. con-diti- Genuine and dold. Faciatl htaaaaad m 2wat ataiBa. The ItlnatnttlAn la Milv twolhlrdi actual ilea. Color a dellrata pink, wltft jewel ajtunf and sold trlmmlnn. Dot enamel flnUb, ITlUn and durable. haU a4 atanp. Vibta either clock. plrax nana your twamt orderlnf Oik, II tbara Eirmi ! no unreal office located lu your town. Mt ay aiprtMa, petfjaU. SO tt Boa e. Box of Colored Crayons. rorlOHoxlMaaa aad a 3c. staasp, colon, accompanied with outline titclurM foe cotortur. Each crayon is wrapped wlthstrongisper. to prevent break. Ladles' Scissors. vhoae Stomach and Liver are out of order. All such should know that Dr. King s New Life Pills, tbe Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appetite, sound di ipestion and a regular bedily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25c. at J. II. Williams' drug store. won-lerful The Uon's Bride." rtandsomtly told plaled. with Roman finish, and Ml with ruby colored Jewel In theeenur. welcome, tor "drened-op-" Tnuwuw by ooasloiu lha ladles who Ilka to wear die.mil h colored sashta. Trie fora well any of thesi Oleea Sw 29 llaa with stamp. Baals aud a fine wax era yens, different fifteen let. teagth. Ire Inches, ntuble for rotting, trimming and general household use. OJeea lee I Uaa bead aad a Oi tbitne. Ladies' Apron. MaW-Z5rir- Gnaraaieed tobacco habit cure, maksa weal men atrong. blood pure. (Oc, II. All drugglsta far rift CtHlj. ?'J ""1 General Directory. STATK OFFICIALS. n. Governor William O. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingto- tram Mailed free far 13 Ran baada atamp. Uon Corfoa wrapper! and a An unusually floe picture, from lha bnutt o( tbe uoted Oennan arutt, Gabriel Max. It Is founded on Chamtsso's poem, "The lion's tolda" The story Is Interestlnr. and we send with each picture a hand soma folder, containing copy nt the poem and tellies all about 11 81ie,M3 Inches. et quality lawn, with alternate rtTfrlnr and lueks; broad hen at bottom, and is neatly gathered at waist I a eery superior and stylish article, aim, six M Inches. Made of food Child's Drawing Book. A collection of nice outline Return bound form wilts sheets of tluoe paper t Razor. OlveatarMDea baadj aad a ataasp. Fruit Picture. tluoe pages lha JU3.1KS ciuiaren can trace tbe plcturei beneath, thai aflordlnc Tnieni as wrll as Instruction to Ibe I and ere. ThM dnwlntr tMk. and the box of crayons roTcrywellioiclher. There are ale dirterent kinds, and eatts drawing keak raaulraa t Uaa heads aad a tnteuOn these lha leaeea. lloa beade aad a Oleea far rasne. made of beat slaass. A llrst-clu-a . Lngltsb steel, and extra it Rubber Dressing Comb. Psr lODea beade anda2-ce- al Secretaryof State Charles Finley. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor Samuel (I. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long, Commissioner ot Agriculture, HorStatistics Lucas and ticulture Moore. Dorothy and Her Friends." A bright, cheery picture. 2atataaia. Naval Box Kite. See It Hy I incbea. l3th,ofy genuine Msda tiswJ&9K3 Superintendent Public Iustruction- W. J . Davi-oRegister Land Office Chas. O. Reynold. Insurance Bureau Commissione- rD. W. Comingoro. Adjutant General D. R. Collier. State Librarian Miss Paul Dearie - picture, Per 8 Man beade and a 2c strap. A brtjht. cheery Etae. !(xl Inches, aires beade aad a etamp. 50-Fo- ot Inc with her chics ens and herrtbbltj. Tbe predomlnaUnff' colors are rich reds and greens. Size, 1U2) inches. ror 10 Uon heals aiKl Meal suunp wa will mU U tins, ready lor .unguis. hr 8 Ilea Clothes Line. tvcn for IS f. L tlon heeds and a2cntsteM.p Made of closely " threads, strong, and will (lee the best of satisfaction. rnklnl crjfun Thecela bratedlox . kite now so 7-ropular. iixwesv Thirty Inches long and comes safely folded, but can quickly besferad to By. Retry American boy wanuone. ---' v x and older persons also ZZL are Inicrraied flailed free for 40 Hon beads cat frees Uon Cortes wrapc r end t stamp. St. DnUbed. Appropriate full alas and weight. India rublar, Bnely for a lauds' dreae alaaip r Game India." 'fJ Mmt&. Blmllar to which hu been Jayql In eastern countries since before the dawn of history The Illustration shows plan of the game, with counters, dice usual dice-cups ac and company log lu A nmff which tteobla nerer tire ot playing. Olvea for 20 Uoa beade and a eleetp. Hardin. RAILROAD Jno. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary-Sam- uel F, Brown. CONORES'IONAL. 00UMISSI0NER8. Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else, too. Don't overlook it ! You have bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium Lists I . Hon. William C. Lindsay, Hon. W. J. Deboe. Representative Fourth District Hon. D. H. Smith. STATE Senators Ttin ABOVE ARB ONLY A FEW OP THB UON COFFEO PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear la tbl paper I Den't tnlsa It I The grandest lUt of premiums ever offered I You always know UON COfTEB by Ibe wrarrer. It Is a aealed pack- age, with tne lion's head In front. It Is abaotuUIr pare If the package Is unbroken. UOH COFFEE Is roasted the day It ten res the factory. IMPORTANT HOTIGE. iWbee writing far premiums aend your letter la the mom envelope ee packagewllh the Uon heads. If snore than IS lion brads are seat, you can aava pottage by trimming down the margin. Ask your grocer lor large Illustrated praoUum list. Addreaa all letters la the LEGISLATURE. WOOLSON SFHJE CO., Toledo, Ohfe. Hon. T. G. Turner. Senator Representative Ohio County Hon. R. C. Jarnagin. OHIO COUNTY. circuit coujnV Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge boro. Owens" Hon. Owensboro, T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fnnd J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Hartford. 8. T. 8tevens Sheriff Hartford. Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Ben. ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tinaley. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continuesthree weeks, and third Monday in May and two weeks. November COUNTT COURT. M. S. Ragiand.Clerk M. L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday each month. QUARTERLY Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartford. Hartford. in COURT. Begins on the second each month. COURT OP Monday in CLAIMS. Lucas Moore, Commissioner ol Agriculture. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the seoud Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. OOTYie f Prices. THEO.E.RECTIN, zxjolCL 3l.s15L Dealer in all kinds of Building Material, - - ITNTXX EVANSVILLE, ntuki:tn. ciiii.voi inul. Ni.VE.trii ajvi HMnasHH A ficismess gdaeaiioTi I Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded, it Is of first Importance to get youi training at the school that stands In the very front rank. THE BRYANT & STRA.TTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, I.OUINVII.I.K, KK.N'TIM'UY. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In bio line. Graduates of this college preferred by SHORTHAND. TELEGRAPHY, J ness houses. Write for a beautiful boolt giving testimonials lrom graduates occupying prominent positions all over tbe 28 United States It will be mailed to you PKEE. DOOK-iKUHPIN- 1 bu. you want the best for The Republican- Only $1 a year. If pa-per,subsc- ribe G. D, Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt. L. W. Hunt, Coroner 8ulphur To be bound hand and foot for years by chains of disease Is the wortt form Springs. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse ol slavery. George D Williams, of Keeper, Hartford. Manchester, Mich,, tells how such a JUSTICES' COURTS. slave was made free. He says: "My T. A Evani Court will- be held wife has been bo helpless for GVe years at Fordaville on March 1st, June 1st, that she could not turn over In bed September 1st and Docember 18tb. B. F. Gravec Court will be held alone, Alter using two bottles ol Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully at Butord on March 30, June 20,8ep-teinb28 and December 21. Improved and able to do her own work," This supreme remedy for fe nt S. J. Weller Court wilt be held Sulphur Springs on March 28,June male diseases quickly cures nervous 27, September 20 and December 29. ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, head H B. Taylor Court will be he'd ache, backache, fainting and dizzy at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, spells. This miracle working medi September 2 and December 0, W. A. Rone Court will bo held at cine is a godsend to weak, sickly, run down people. Every bottle guaran Ceotertown on February 13, May 20, August 28 and November 1. teed O.nly 50 cents. Sold by J H C1TV DIRECTORY. Williams, Druggist. W. II. Barnes, Judge. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. CUIIK A 'OLD IN OMI. DAV TOWN TRUSTERS. Take Laxative Brouio Quinine Tab S. K Cox, Ch'm'n. I ts. All druggists refund money if I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. it inns to cure 35c l he genuine has Jno. E Bean, Sec'y. L B. Q on each tablet. tf A. D. White. Preston Morton Post No. 4 O. A. Wheeler Hits "Antis." R. hold their regular meeting Satur day before the first Sunday in each Says That Thoy do Groat Harm month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p m. W A. Carson. Cora. to tho Amorlcan Cauao. John C. Chamberlain, Adjf. A letter received at Florence, Ala., TOm Itlt w4 ! To quit tobacco dull ana tomit, b mil lrom General Wheeler, who is In the lla, lull or lire, nine and elf or, Uk No-Philippines, says in part; "The ac IUo, tbo ikat make waak mm tlon of some people n tbe United iron. All druucUU, Woorll, Cuuruaran-teed- . Booklet and itronle free. Addraaa States In asserting that the people of HWrlUi Hamad, Co., Chlcato or New York. Story of a Slavo. N. Moxley, Surveyor. er and pail complete, 1no an instruction book,iich makes it easy for anyono For a Bright Man to Socuroa to take orders and conduct a profit abla Imsiness. We will also furnish Steady Position tho Yoar "For elxyearal waaaeletlmordya- npt confidential price list. Ajjent pepola lu lla wont form I could eat nothing Around In Hartford but milk and tlineemy I?hu take orders and sond them to us not retaintoast, direstatarentbaL stomach wouldI Vicinity. And Last March and nil wo will make the irarmentA' with began taking CASOAHLTS and since tbeal nave nieaoiir improved, unui t am aa weu aa 1 fivedayaand send direct to agent's ererwuln mtl11IB. ITear Editor Wo want a clotbinir '" Uavid II. Xluarnr, Newark. O. customer, by expressC. O. I)., subieot I salesman to take orders for nieu'i oi w, vw suits, pants, to examination ana opprovril, collect, lorn overcoats and ulsters in Hartford and t,,a aRel 8 full selling price and Kent our towns and countrv. Anv rY woek W8 w- - nll The agont L'ood, bright inan.especially if ho lias check for all his profit. need collect no money and deliver not experience us a salesman in a storo, Tuaof MAn eaaaanatsa agricultural implement house or goods, simply go on taking orders at I where he has come in contact with u liboral profit. We deliver t ho goods i I people, as solicitor for tailoring, in- - and collect all the money and every WhuMnt- - PfcltlAhl-Yaeia Ot. fk week promptly send him in one round Oood, surance,nursery stock or other goods Merer Sicsea. weaksa, or Orlpe, Be, Be, toe. .w can make big money with "our line CIiecK- ins 11111 nrnrir. rnr Ilin wnnlennd f vuna-- uunaiiraiivn. tees,... . tve. ai-.m the year around; but any good, bright noarly nil our agents got a check from us of at least $10.00 every week by aiidrag fwa man, even without previous experiHi"l"WlB ti.uio cVUTtecoiuwi. ence, can make 150.00 a month and of the year. Wo will make no charge for the Ilreeu with ! wbeiaer yen Mlaa taeaaVBW expenses with the big outfit we furUfc.ei. a.r araTaa sat Amuw If i.s..... wtiMmw MnaTaBfl nish him aud the opportunity we givo book Mid complete outfit.ijut, as the IllP-outfit costs us several dollars, it is laeremtaiU.uauti-tUal4v-WJ- him if he will devote his timo to the I wo-or, if we can get a good man necessary to protect ourselves against BTjeltS. straagifl I fM I J fkfiuiZiSFffS in Hartford whose timo is partly taken anyono who would imposo upon us Vil!M'4fiU tlrrlt. , by sending for the outfit with no inup with other work and who can ZCm 1 1 naBT'"111"""-- ' teeaa ! llwiia ' ilBBraatll.eil.aly.piral.lally.Oe . .. V..I ......-- his spare time to our line, even tention of workiug,but merely out of fwk ".w. . -- .IH.. imil.Ti giGi b.m ve., wnm HMlrMI, Ira Itet. if only an hour or so n day.ho will do idle curiosity, therefore, we will ask exceedingly well with our agency. as a guarantee of good faith on the We have men in real estate, loan,le-gu- l, part of the reader who decides to tako lumber, grain, railroad, express, up this work, that bo cut this articlo aud other business who give their out and mail to us, with the underspare lime to our line with big re- standing that tho big book and comsults. No experience is absolutely plete outfit will be sent to him by necessary, no capital required. Wo express, he to pay the oxpress agent $1,00 and oipross charges for the furnish a complete lino of cloth samoutfit,with the distinct understanding ples and stationery; have no comthat we will refund tho $1.00 as soon se mission plnn.no canvass, no catchy conditions, but offer as his orders liavo amounted to 25, it rare opportunity for some man in winch amount of orders ho can take vicinity to secure high grade ert- i- "'rn very first day. uon t compare Hits with any catchy IllnvmAnt nt hlrr wnrrHA. An Extraordinary Chance DYSPEPSIA J5,Smith Premier Tabulating and Ettectlva Tim Dllllnff Machine. An Ever Ready,... tad Labor Satlnr DerUe ...for Premier Oaera. a made-to-meas- ..T.I tJJS'? Hj e ffrrj rrvff a vTOl1 ..... L -- ...- -- m- ..... Pm-in- ? Slatplinea calamaa. lr4Wf7-'NiaBB- VI -- -' BIO MaMag and writing flguree el dlKerent doaomlnaUeas la T I It la M way laUrfere with tbe typewrlUr tar usual Una el week. aaa ran eaeeaimvs Taauiaran aaTSLaawe. k; jerrjJ .., do-v- oto ' Tk Smith Premier Typewriter Co. ".. 215 5th St. LouisviIIo, Ky liRDVESL house-to-hou- W. -- r tl.H larnsrin!!ra in A ,- Dt Ir linif. wnndtr-worW- n.id lut jsar, m bouies o complete outfit wilt be sent to you at iiantiamani-TABTULKra Cllirj. tomio and bsra ' Wo will furnish a good agOllt a onJ VQU to tiav ft.uv mid ninr8s P"y..? largaand handsoniely bouir) book charcos when received, the $1."0 torKV:.id!,lrJefrAl!:'A;l'b.n"4r . .7. .1 - '. - 7Z ..i- uoiiiuniiiitr luruu uiuiiiauimiiosui f uur i. IU.WMIW i v ,.,, .!,.. .. ,w., vuiuio . ucuon aa your xeuu. xourstniir. I'W r. ,,u n.ivil An, V n. t -- .,lfcIMIV ... . entire lino of suits, pantaloons, over amount to ti!5 00. I'or le bv I II. WlllUma coats, oto.,a.l)ook whloli costs us several dollars; also fine colored fashion aadWkleker I'atiu iWanied-J- Ui aured at home allh plates, tape measuro, business cards, ant pain Book of par tleulars seal stationery, advertising matter and a nu. JWniSaT,sWi 01 S. M WOJltli CO. ears. Waablattoa, D. - for tselr aljao naiaoaw rubber stamp with name and address aa, IM Moil frjar SI ulUsI of ,we naaoeau sataatwos waaajo. wa iStnZlZmlZlldtt Jvnu age. ica. We make tomeasure over 300,- -. 000 suits annually. We occupy en- tire one of the ... largest business blocks ve refer to the Uorn in Uliicngo. .i?. is 1. ... r.i uu..o..KU .i.s,u..n, any express or railroad company in riucago or any resident nf tl.is city. Wo buy our .i...i. .11..... from .iL largest Kuropean and American mills we operate the most extensive and economic custom tailoring plant in existenco, and we reduce 0f i '. suits and overcoats to from 45 00 to $18.00- - -- tnoatiy u ... sin ...:- -. i .:.... i... . .1... M'""'.."T." r'V".".: i .'., "... - ""W,e ,0. R fffl V1"' l00" The Rnuineness of our offer and our reli. UeMaeltjr, Virginia, No illUt'ato-lluAlabama, Tennraaee, North Carolina, Ueargla, andHlaalaalppl. 6461 Miles Three Daily Trains Between Loulsvllleand Lexington. Observation Chair Cars. Trains leave and arrive Louisville from Seventh Street Union Depot, connecting; with trains of tbe Illinois Cential Railroad and L, II. & St L Railway. . Whedon. ha Southern Railway. Ttnuik tlkt Itit Smitsre (als a, ,T,, .V"., easily l'i.. -.i ..,., 1 ,KV, by wr i.t" . in Chicairo to call on us. , "f'I "T" V"0 or I.I !l " "' wf ..r . T1,,,,,B t onco 0l1.,lfifnr ci"ilv',, ,ake a I a i a reasouabl le a. ,,,. ,yanyono "Z Wall, I'or Information, Address r.U ., 216 4tll in, ll.lnllll, Tiylot, Assistant Kf 0. P. A lulirllli, I; ' "'rm.lo ' 10.00 . iIhy """' """ "r ' u" we wl" V "'" re a few repreeentatives in Ifn.4fn.1 ....el .lf!a.t , . i (, c "t i'"3 uon t AMKHIUAN WOOLUN MILLS! IS JUST A8 COOD FOR ADULTS. ' WARRANTED. PRICE Odbtb. 00" NVe9t Si,, T rwl" good BPH CHILL TDNIC ,lII. I.!... TASTELESS c J. JI.fUI.l-- , W.A.TrilK, Trnl M'c'r. WANIIIMITON.lt i llen,l-aaaA- fro.iMlw K mmmMmmm m 11 m 1 n 'tt 1 the acalp or hnir ttnti-nin- K Will atrulghttn Curly and Kinky hf (p without Injuty to Price, 50c Per Bex. Endorsed by the United States Health Department. .'.. OMGIU RICH, NEW YORK, N.Y. ,..,! ..,. Z. Silt llaimfaitvrtri. Bein Wttitd. timltutfmp ft fmrtlclan, 13 I am rati O- Ideals St!i.:!: I uSSOWSitS, tl IVlasumiwiais ana Tea PATS treatment free. " va. a. a. aaaa a auaa, imx Jt, AUaaia, ua, . DROPSY liatrawllM. JUt eurru I .laa-d