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KrpiihllCin mill IxjiiI' VlMr Keju'luiiii mul the t Deuiieint. - I I jest JJl vrx, fl )M 25 25. $1 511 The NEWSPAPER Haetded Kepublican. OFflCIAL Tho Republican kindly lnvltoa Its many roadors and Irionds to rIvq thoso morolmntf who advortisilu llsoDlumaa ttin benefit r.f tboir trado. It will bo rogardod as a por soual favor. Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. WW 07 THE mil IX THE FOUETB C9X0REU.OM QI3TRICT. Subscription $1 a year. No. 18. FACTS'AND FIGURES. XII. HARTFOliD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1899.. COMMENT. JOHN P. MORTON ATIORNLY ATLA.W, Special attention given to nil business entrusted to Ins our. Office tn Court House. ii.iirioiii), it v. What tho Editors of tho Country aro Saying About Loading Topics of tho Day. It is ery difficult to convince the people that the present prosperity la Clayton (Mo.) unreal and temporary. Watchman, The McKlnlty brand of prosperity Is er joyed by the Democrats even If tbey villi try to vote it out Lit t'e Rock (Ark ) Republican. It is difficult to convince a man whose bank account la steadily grow Ing that hla prosperity la only apparent Falrbaven (Wash ) Times. McKlnley qlways-iuake- a. aJ'good limes" speech on his travels, and it Is significant that he is never able to find a place where it doesn't fit in. San Francisco Chronicle. The failure ol the country to go to the dogs under Republican rule has shattered some very confident prophecies of the Bryanltea three years ago, Indianapolis Journal. A calico trust In Rngland has been capitalized at $50,000,000. As its parent cannot be a Protective TnnfT, Democrats will claim that this trust is an orphan. St.Louls Globe Democrat Butler county, Kan,, farmers have revived not to fell a bushel of corn for less than 25 cent;. No snch rrso lnllon Isnrcetssry undera Republican Springfield (Mo ) Re. ' administration. publican. There la absolutely no consolation anywhere (or the Calamity Howler. Here Is a new steel mill to be erected on Neville Island, near Pittsburg, to cost $10,000,000, Harrlsburg (Penn ) Telegraph. A prominent Kentucky Democrat, whose patriotism rises above bis party, in a apeech, recently said: "We are on the threshold ol a better and nobler day, and the ruau whastands In the way will be run 07cr." Carml (111.) Times. While we do not' raise much silt in this country, we manufacture a vast amount ol it $32,000,000 worth of 6ilk goods being the present figure, with $ 5,000,000 paid in annual wages. That is one of the triumphs of Repub-l- i van Protection, Lowell (Mass ) Cou tier. That there are trusts not fathered by a Protective Tail (I is shown by statistics from Kngland, France and Germany. The Boatd of Trade of Birmingham, England, is now investigating the shipping trust, which it is chimed is working serious Irjury to British industry. Tacoma, (Wash ) Ledger. Prosperity, which has visited this section generally since the Republican administration removed the hoodoo of Groverlsm, seems to have made Ita headquarters at Barre. It is many years since the town has enjoyed anything like the present business activity, and It gives promise of permanent cy. Worcester (Mass.) Spy. Four years ago crowds ot men could be seen every morning at nearly all ol the factory gates In the country hop ing lor a chance to get a day's work at any kind of wages. How difleient now, when the iactories are advertising for men to take the good wages has prosperity that Republican brought Louisiana (Mo ) News. Prosperity is pleasant to contents plate. It'is an excellent tonic for a stomach made torpid by Inactivity, but while we are in the midst ot all this enjoyment it might be well to think lor a moment ol the cause of all this prosperity, It'is the natural result of a businesslike government.run HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis profession In nil the coutts nl Ohio and adjoining counties Mnd Court ol Appeals. Special atten tlon given to collections. attorney at Law M. L. IIEAVUIN, - BHELBV TAYLOtt, llARltORO, KY Will practice hla ptolession in all the coutts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. SpccULftttn. tion given to all assignment JTn bankruptcy ATTOlLYEhATLAW Acts gently on Will practice hn profession Id all the courts of Ohio and" adjoining counties Carelul attention will be Riven to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Attorney at Law, cuaNses the HARTFORD, KY. EFFECTUALLY rl OVERCOMES JJ-n- r Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System the Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. S I "r" JNoTlTwfLs6iii hABlTUAUCONST''0" ITSteii to cgf. acnuiNL-MAH'ro ';:. -By ntF.CIAL t; efftvaw. ak ru (omu "FECIAL attention given to colovy TMt lections, makliiir abstracts, Ac. ' also Notary 1'ublic . tor Ohio County. . l? tfl.t. II! vn'W'Wsi unice iiorm siiio ni puuiicaiiuare. (aurrniaFg,Syrvp(. ro em e Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in the the courts of Ohio and adjoininr counties. Also Notary Public. R R. WEDDING u miuii "?!.':.'" iWi IIartfoud, Ky. General Directory. STATK OPFICIALS. Governor William O. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingto- Secretaryof State Charles Finley. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor Samuel H. Stone. HARTFORD, KY. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner ot Agriculture, HorWill practice- his profession in all Statistics Lucas the Courts of Kentucky. Special at- ticulture and Attorney at Law, tention Riven to collections, settle Moore. Superintendent Public Iustruction-iont ot decedent's estates, road cases Office up Davison. ami criminal practice. Uire next door to Grill! n't drug store. Register Land Office Chas. O. Reynold. W. J. JTS.R. Wedding! and COUNSELLOR at UW, (NOTARY 1'UIIUC) HARTFORD,- - - KENTUCKY AHORNEY Insurance Bureau Commlssiouer-- D. W, Comingore. Adjutant General D. R. Collier. State Librarian Miss Paul Deane "Vlll practice Uls profession In all Hardin. ItAILltOAD COXMI68I0KKR3. the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counJno C, Wood, chairman; J. F. ties nnd the Court of Appeals. Prompt to all business entrust-t- o Dempjey, II. 8. Irwin. Secretary attention given hi care Samuel F, Brown. Office in IU:pt'm.tCAN " building. CONOItCSMONAL. ATTORNEY AT LAW anil (Kiirl Velll t.ricilr- - In prulikulim In nil ill onrlauf Oliln m.il nriJuliiliiK ruulille t Ali-l-- . NM-rla- JOHN T RONeT l'KTI.IIIIIW.V,l(Y. l Senators Bay, Hon, Hon. William C. Lind Deboe. Representative Fourth Hon. D. II. Smith. STATE W.J. District LEOISLATUrtE. Senator in A. It.iiir IIiiIIiIIhc nltru II 01 Representative r In W. R. C. Jarnapw. nlli-n-llm-i Hon. T. G. Turner. Ohio Couuty Hon. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens boro. IlAtrrcoitD, Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Special attention given to all business Owcnfboro. entrusted to his care. Office in Court T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. House, S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Com Attorney at Law, Ky. Attorney R. E. LEE8IMMERMAN, A. e gAYioa. OHIO COUNTY. CIltCUIT COURT. mis-slon- ei a.1 HAllTFOKD, Ztiw Ky. - M. Hockor, T. H. BenWillpractice his profession in all the Doputiee-r-Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tinsley. Court convenes first Mouday in Collections carelully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith March and August and continues three weeks, aud third Monday in May and & Ce. , Market Street. D. Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. 8. T. Stevens Sheriff Hartford. on lound financial principles, a Pro tictlveTaiifi which prevents the cheap product of pauper labor liom coming Into competition wllh home made goods, nnd the er.couiagtment of Keep this in American Industries. mind when commenting on the pres rnt proaperlty of our country. NtW York American Workman. The imptoved condition of the work, logmen is more Important to this country than any amount of foreign trade. When foreign trade can be ob talned pnly by lengthening the day or lessening the wages of American la nor, we would better get along without it. High paid labor is the pride rf this country, and any Protection which does not Protect that ,.is not wbith "having, Gunton's Magszine, November, 1899. "The Republican paity," carols the Hon Chaunrey Forward Black, in the Democratic York Gazette, "will be in absolute control of the Congress which tueel in December." Well, what ol it? Yon don't see the mills closing up because of that fact, do you, or the factories shutting down, or the army ol unemployed men increasing? All of those things occuirnl . when the Democrats were in absolute control, but that, of course, was different. Philadelphia Inquirer. During the past twenty four months of the Dingley law the'lmportatlons amounted to $205,309 629 less than months those of the last twenty-lou- r ol the Wilson law. Yet in spite of the great reduction of imports, meaning, to say the least, that much additional manufacturing In the United States, the Dingley law yielded $40,656,795 more revenue in its first two years than did the Wilson law in its corresponding two years. Aud yet there are Statesmen and editors who aver that we should go back to the low Tariffs. Willlamsport (Pa ) Bulletin. The cotton manufacturing ol the country seems to have adjusted itself into very satisfactory shape, and the New Kngland factories in particular are no longer in need of popocratic sympathiz'.ngs as to the bad effect of the Dingley law upon their Industry. The menace to the Northern mills through the opening of new factories in the South has disappeared, and milts both North and South are declaring good dividends and giving steady employment to thousands ol operatives at satisfactory wages. Wells (N. Y ) Adirondack Herald. Our expoits were to fall of! under the Dingley Protective Tariff, dontcher know? Why docs Mr. Bryan fall to call attention to the "falling off?" Exports ol manufactures have reached a million dollars a day under the beneficent influence of the Dingley Pro-- . tectlve Tariff law, having been $211- ,975.904 in the first seven months of the present year, while in the corresponding months ol the first year of the Wilson law tbey were $110,389,! 946, or about half a million dollars a day. Hence the urgent necessity for "new issues." Burlington Hawk- Eye. , , THE EDITOR. The man who runs the paper , I a vrry bury man He tilts to run it well, of cou He, i? And doea the best he can, He wot Its all liy to get it out And also works at nlrfht For twenty hours In twenty-lo"He toils to nuke it bright. ur He's always hungry for tbe news ' (He sometimes has a thirst). And how he gayly chuckles when He gets a "story" first He knows the other fellow then 1(Tbe rival FCiib) will swear And pound his desk in anger wild 'And also tear his hair. The man who runs the p'per Is the friend of all he meets Except perhaps the'steemedcontemps "VVbo run tbe rival sheet, And when a local boy succeeds And seems to have the floor Willi kindly pen he writes him up And gives him tame galore. When people wed, he sings the praise . Of blushing btlde and groom; When people die, his soothing words Rob death oi half its gloom. Tbe man who runs the paper-H- e's the man I like to know. Mny tbe ads. come in by di zensl May bis circulation growl Selected. A PLEA FOR JUSTICE. for him the Governorship of Kentucky by foul or unfair means. "As we said in our last issue we believe the next r,cneral assembly will be cnllrd on to determine who wa9 elected Governor list Tuesday, and if such be the case we trnst that each member of both branches thereof will be gnidtd alone In bis acta and vote by what is right and Just, regardless of who it hurts or helps. "We love the Democratic party and its principles, and should loved tohave seen a Democrr-tiadministration at Frankfort lor the next four years, but not to the rxcluBiou'o! JUSTICE " HowthoTarlff Leaguo's Industrial Census Returns Impress tho Country. A HUSBINB SAYS An Original Goobol Editor Dor nouncos tho Attempts of Eloction Commisslon- ora to Stoal Tho Stato and INAVnUtlATIIIN UF.Kr.RAI. lirnAMISTIIi: or W.N.TAII.nll. Squire Turner, editor of the Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democrand one of the strong and original Goebel men of the State, denounces the attempt of Goebel and his election commissioners to steal the State in a double column, double-leade- d editorial in yes terday's Sentinel Democrat, says the Louisville Dispatch ot Nov. 151I1. It is self explanatory. Read it: "Tbe official and unofficial returns from last Tuesday's election demonstrate conclusively to our mind that a majority of tbe legal voters of Kens tucky bave expressed a preference tor William S. Taylor as our next chief executive, and this being the case and there can scarcely be a doubt that it is Democrat that we are, and Goebel suji2otter,that we.have been from the outset, our sense of fairness and justice compels us to state that we think Mr. Taylor should be given the certificate of election and inaugurated on December 12 as Governor ot Kens tucky, without protest and without trouble. Even the. most ardent Goebel suppotters, we believe, do not claim that Mr. Goebel has received a plurality of tbe votes cast and that the ceitlfichte of election could only be given to him by the throwing out, on technicalities, of counties, which gave large Republican majorities and counting the votes in Nelson county certified as cast for William P. Taylor, for William P. Taylor, which were evidently cast and intended for William S. Taylor. That tbe sovereign freemen, casting these votes, wsnted to LnuE IrrllKllon Is the forerunner of consumption, Dr and did vote for William S. Taylor Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, there can be no question of a doubt. and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there, 25c at all good druggists, tf They are not exceptional ones. Every Intelligent person knows that they accurately represent the condition of things coming under his own notice. Bnt coming as they do. aa an index of the condition of affairs in every State of the Union and in every line of inTim EKlr, HlnR ol All Illnia, is noted lor its keen sight, clear and dustry, they ought to convince every distinct vision So aie those persons sensible voter of tbe wisdom of catting who use Sntherland's Eagle Eye Salve his ballot at the coming election for lor weak eyes, at)es, sore eyes or any the Republican ticket. Pittsburg kind or granulated lida Sold by all dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. "Times." Wayne Griffin & Bro One will hunt tbe records ol industf tm .1 trial gains in this country in vain for A Iriend in need Is a friend Indeed That is exactly what Chamberlain's a parallel of an Increase of wages paid, Cough Remedy is. It is the mother's 54 09 per cent. In four years, or even help when she 1.1 suddenly awakened ol 2,000 industrial establishments ins In the night by the ominous husky creasing their employes nearly 40 per cough, and labored breathing, ol her cent, which means employing in 1899 babe It'is the safe resort of the youth or adult when he has "caught cold" 140 men where they emyloyed too in and there Is coughing and Irritation 1895 This is a Republican result, of the mucous membrane of tbe and of Itself should be issue enough throat. It allays tbe irritation and upon which to sweep the country. cures the cold. For sale by Z. Wayne And yet there are newspapers and polGriffin & Bro. m iticians who insist that the improvet'UtlK A COLI IF) ONE DAY ment In business Is not real, but the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab result ol the manipulation of trusts. lets. All druggists refund money if It fails to cure 25c. The genuine bas Indianapolis "Journal." L. B. Q. on each tablet. tf kill the pain and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sorts, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25cts. a box Cure guaranteed. Sold by J II Williams, Druggist. get around. I do little over not think the could 1,900 selected establishments, what a get gain the advance in all the establish- along ments in the country must have been without 1bV in the past four years. These gains It now. She has are what help to promoteall other, used it for two A Frightful Blundor kinds' of bustnessloVwlch (Conn ) months and it is a great help to Will often cause a horrible Burn, "Bulletin." Sho does her. Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Ar These figures are eloquent with inher housework nica Salve, the best in the world, will struction for ever voter in the land. without trouble." "Press If this Is the result of a It Is figures such as these that are lie tore my full of encouragement to tbe American wife began using people and make them satisfied with Mother's Friend existing conditions. Utlca- - (N. Y ) she could hardly u Mothers Friend Is an external liniment for expectant w JagfagfagfaHgslal to use. It gives them sirengm tu Httcnu to tneir uuuciium duties almost to the hour of confinement. It is the one and only preparation that overcomes morning sickness and nervousness. It is the only remedy that relaxes and relieves tha strain. It is the only remedy that mothers makes labor short and delivery easy. It is the only remedy that puts tho breasts in condition so that swelling or rising is impossible. Don't taka medicines internally. They endanger the lives of both mother and child. Mother's Friend la aold by dnigzlita for S I Sond for our free tlluatratcd book. The BradfleU Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga, I.uns; Irrllnllon is the forerunner to consumption. will cuie Dr. Bell's Pine It, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not cents at all settle there. Twenty-fivgood druggists. ForsalebyZ. Wayce tf Griffin & Bro. Tar-Hone- y e That Throbbing Hoadacho A Memorial. Would quickly leave yon, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers bave proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your heallh. Easy to take. Try them. Only 35 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by J. H. Williams, " ' Druggist. In the recent death of Mrs. Laura May Coffman the community where she resided sustains a loss, but to tbe bereaved husband, the dear children, the kind, loving mother and the brothers and sister. A vacancy is felt that can never be filled. Of a noble, sacrificing nature, ever bright and cbeeifut.-vwita smile foreveryone, such was her lovely character. Truly tbe ways of an allwlsc God are mys terious, but in taking her from her devoted little family, she goes to reap the reward He has promised to all His faithlul children, nnd while our hearts are bowed with grief, we must at the same time exclaim, "God doetu all A Friend. things well." " Hartford. M. S. Ragland.CIerk liARTFOBD, Ky., M. L. Heavriu,Attorney-Hartfor- d.' Wilt practice bis prolession in Ohio Court convenes first Monday in and adjoining counties. Special at- each month. tention given to all business entrusted QUAISTKllLY COURT. to bis care. v Begins on the second Monday in . mil f, j each month. ,,,-.- ., .1 Attorney at Law, JE.rJAVIDSONi November two weeks. In Momoriam. In memory of'Llllie A. Brown, eldest daughter of Mr, and Mrs P. M Brown, who departed this life October 31, 1899, aged 2Q years. In the calm evening just as darkness was gather-inand the stars were soltly gleaming in the sky , the "Wheels ot Life" stood still, and the angels ushered desr LIU lie over the "River of Death." How shocked and sorely grieved were the hearts of her many friends and rela tives when the sad news was told. Though our hearts are saddened and we deeply feel the loss of one whom we loved so well, jet there is one consoling thought the assurance that she has gained a bcnie in is basking iu heaven, and the sunshine of the Creator whom she sought and remembered while yet in tbe days of her youth, She lived a devout chrlttlan lile worthy of Imitation. We moutn that one so young and fair Just budding into wo manhood should have so short a jiurney on the sea of lile, She was looking forward with bright hopes a'rtalng to attain the ends for whicji God gave her Intellect, but alas! in an iatant, all her hopes were cut off and she passed away while a merry hearted fdiool girl. She will be missed and her place can never be filled. By her sunny dif position she won a host of friends wherever she went, and her smiling frees and loving voice can never be erased from our memory. Tbe work those hands have done the words those lips have uttered will tandasa monument to her true wo manly character. While her voice is hushed here on earth, there is one more voice in heaven singing praises with the angels, May we all so live, that when life's fitful fever isomer, we will meet with loved onea in that beautilul beyond, where we'll never g COUNTY COURT. Jas. P. Miller, Judgo Hartford. Tbe above figures tell their own story of how the wage earner has profited by present prosperity. In order toappreciatethe lull significance of the showing made, however, it should be borne in mind that prosper ous industrial conditions had not by any means reached their present high stage during March. It has been since that time that the demand for labor has Increased to the point of ex ceeding tbe supply, and It was also' later in tbe spring and summer when many ol the most substantial Increases In wage scales were granted. It Is Rouse the tor R pld liver, and care quite certain that if a similar canvass biliousness, sick B headache, Jaundice, would be made now tbe showing both nausea, Indleesf tlon, etc Tbey are In- as to tbe amount ol labor employed valuable to prevent a cold or break up a fever. Mild, gentle, certain, they are worthy and the amount of wages paid, would your confidence. Purely vegetable, they be swelled to a considerable extent. can be taken by children or delicate women. Sioux City (la ) "Journal." Price, 2Sc. at all medicine dealers or by rcall -" ot C. I. HodD i. Co., Lowell. Mass. Coughed US Year. I suffered for 25 years with a cough, rrW&ieiI&J2Lto and spent hundreds oi dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail Anti-Ki- nk I bsed Dr. Bell's Ih until This remedy makes weak lungs Will straighten Curly and B. strong. It has saved Kinky hrlr without injury to Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by the scalp or bulr. tf Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Tbe month of March, 1895, was the most prosperous under the operations of the Wilson Tariff law, but the month of March, 1899, did not witness so high a tide of general prosperity as is now witnessed. So the showing, If brught up to the present time, would be much more favorable to 1899. There bas been a very large expansion trade and of industrial activity since last March. But, what Is still better, there has tbeen a constant succesilrn of Increases of wages, and the general level must pow be considerably higher than it was seven or eight months ago, while thousands more ol Industrious workpeople have found retnun erative employment. It needs but a glance over the situation to show how much better off tbe country and Its are under McKlnley than they were under Cleveland. Troy wage-earner- s (N. Y ) That is the way all druggists sell Grove's Tasteless Chili, Tonic for "jot "Times." UBE-N- O PAT. I til fHvDlLLS r Malaria, Chills and Fever. It Is simp-l- y iron and quinine in a tasteless loim. Children love it. Adults prefer It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, 50c. Tobacco tf Spit ted Sajokt Tear life Iwej. Don't To quit tobacco cully and torcrtr. be netle, full of lire, nerre and vigor, take Ifo-TDae.thswnnder-worker- , tnat makes weak men trong. All druggists, too or SI. Cura guaranBooklet and sample free. Addreas teed. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. mif Prlco. 50c Per Box. RICH, NEW aafja Endorsed by the United States Health Department. too bittrr. can't stand it. DARRAGHi DP- - JELOJOST, - LA W, ATTORNEY-A- T Couvenes first Monday In January, and TuMday after the seoDud Monday ronimvir.i.i:, ukntovhy. Will practice his prolession in all the in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. courts of Ohio and adjoioiug counties N. Moxley, Surveyor. and Court of Appeals. Special at G. D. Royal, Assessor. teotlou given to collections. Office Fon Rogers, School Supt. next door to Post Office. L. W. Hunt, Coronor Sulphur v i, vnux Springs. J EDWIN ROWB. Poorhouse C. R, Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. JS. COURT OP CLAIMS. Ml PRY-DA-Y HEROISM! Btruggllnrr through life, cursed with catarrh, la a common experience. How ever iierola the sB aem light catarrh gen erally wins. T llatWi Kff Under some name or other It gets tho beet of us. Frank E Ingalls, Waco, Tex., and thou sands of other hare been permanently curcdof catarrh aucceasful remedy by Dr. Hartman's Hero la V- Ingalls' letter: Dr, S. li, farman, Columbia, O. and DaUii Sm: " fcava cured moot onaot the worat.case ot catarrh any one eyer had. My oasa was so aerere that I vtraa compelled to discontinue my bnalness, that ot conductor on a railroad) but I am now entirely well." Ordinary treatment of catarrh la for Cures are nbt expected. local Dr. Ilartmarv'a method eradicates catarrh absolutely. Oet hla latest book and learn how to combat this Insidious Medicine Co., disease. The Columbus 0., will mall Dr, Ifartman's books free on application. II. A, Scott, Burt, Tenn., writes: " I feel very thankful to my Maker and yourgreat medicine that I am cured. I would not be without In the house." IVru-nhas been curing catarrh for forty years. It plucks out the roots of catarrh and builds people up. All druggists sell It. Wi Rowe & Felix, Court will be held aFordivilleou March 1st, June 1st, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts of Ohio September 1st and December 18th. B F. Graves Court will be held county and Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en at Bulord ou March 30, June 2'J.Sep-teiub28 aud December 21. trusted tu uur care. Office In Herald hutMtnir 8. J. Weixer Court will be held at 8ulphur Springs on March 28,June 27, September 20 and December 23. 11 I). Taylor Court will be held at Uromwe'l on March 4, June 10, September 2 rnd December 9. V A Rone Court will be held at IiirTredliietortureortlielaiuiiedn urotigut on liy couallpa-tloltd prelrudlug ullei anllclert lor twenty Ccntertuwn on February 13, May 29, wllh wbtolt I In the 1 ran acro-- a your CASCAHhTS year 28 and November 1. anylblnr August T. A. Evans justices' courts. er PILES ni a ll.KaiTZ, . - ft Man-a-ll- n town of Newell, la. ami now lounil y I am entirely tree (rom to eoiul lUem tilteo and (eel Ilka a now maa" llll Jouos St., Bloui City, U CATHARTIC J. S. W. II Barnes, Jude. R. Wedding, Attorney. TOWN TRUSTRKS. CITY DIRECTORY. S K Cox, Ch'ru'n. I A. Thomas, Treasurer, jno. R Bean, Sec'y. A D White. Preston Morton Post No. 4 0. A R hold their regular meeting Saturday before the first Sunday in 'each, Oond 1 Pleaunt. Palatable. rounU Tet o'clock p. Cool i.l Slckin. Wealan. or Orl. 10c. Kt, We. month in Court Hall at W A. Cabson. Cora, ... rOURK CONSTIPATION. ...m m. ,... ckur a..ii. John C. Chaudbrlain. Adjt. Kxii.f M JP cm, Sold and il.i.io (JIIKU'lobaecollabll. riiaranUHHl by alldms-I0-IA- t. l'e-ru-- ' 6 liaaa To Cur Vuiiilltu!laii Vororer. TakaCiucuicU CandrCutliarlla lOo or 60, Ull to cure, ilrujgUU refund meaty. Who tjo cf iobi 'UUBctopaUntr ma ld4ii froUot Tour WKlililtllllljBM m briar yoa wmiio. irtllri Writ rsvunt alitor etiftljtll WMbUftoa, scltM OffMf Opor ttttlr ftd U4 Of iWtf blUrtlMdteTMtitMU WMlfati. Wanted-- An Idea fctntt LiudI a ut. l. thf lay: "Gocd-bye.- " AUCK, Then should they be practically diss franchised by reascn of the incompetency or fraud of the election officers of which they (the voters) were in nowise responsible? We most assuredly think net ; and the same argument holds good regaidiug the votes ot Johnson and Knox counties, which, It is alleged, will be thrown out because tissue billots were used, "While we realize that in writing the above we will peihaps lose the good will ol men whose friendship we chirlthnnd blast any future political ambition we may bave had, yet we wculd rather sacrifice nil that than to sacrifice our manhood in making a claim we did not relieve was right or honest, and we will not stifle our con We favored Mr r clence by to doing. Goebel's nomination, alter which we advocated his elictlon ardently, and pardon us when we Say, we believe, falily intelligently, and believing aa we did nnd do that he is one of the hralnicst men, not only in Kentucky, but in this country; that he is a friend of the great masses of the people, and would have made a great an-- good Oivernor, we would have been greatly plessed to have seen him fairly elected the chfel executive ot ourState, and It hurts ua much that fate decreed otherwise. We condoned the manner by which be secured his nomination believing hla opponents would have gotten it In tue same way could tbey have done so, but wecan not- - we wl'l notCondone any attempt on the part of Mr Goebel or his friends to use the machinery In their control to attain 1 8qI Manufacturer. ttamp Enclo mmsssssmmm corn It' ftr YORK, N.Y. Sat $t man Wanttd, particular $. 23 DON'T GUT your Um Bur and Uft. Ho pain, no rolion, ami tha Corn goca thai' a strons point, 10c druggists or bj mall. GIANT CHKSIICAIa CO., I1t otifrou. .nsUid, .too Cherry U Tlilla. "I CANT QUIT," Tobacco users uy. AM mitbt yeutty (Q)ounelf. There art millions Ilk you, wllh whtt pojtletinj call a "TOBACCO NERVE" IhU Is, your nerv. eullYtlen- - Is com pltttly under tobacnarcotlo stimulant, and whtn you co's Wy,"l CANT QUIT," youUII the truth. Tho natural way Is to imt tha dltsutd nirvius syltom by using f IIIIIM 1 . MAKES IT EASY, d acts directly en tha none centres, dtstroylng ttts nins crating oRscU, builds up and ImprovH Mm (Mire nitrous sytliai. Mates WEAK MEN STRONG. Many report a gala (4 kn pounds In ttn days. You run as gkytlcal or flnaaeti MMiMdwywrawa DIUMISrS lUmNTEE. to cur erer j lorra o( tobacco ualnf Our writ tea guarantee, free aanDle of cauea, -- uga e epit ana pmono Addreae Iwayj nulled forlhauklnf.rour un rtlE HTKUL1N0 BEMKUV 00 , ! rao, Montreal, Oan . Neat York. at Ererr dninlal under Is autborUM to Mil atoolute guaranu And this is only half the story. The figures are based on conditions as tbey existed last March, since which time tbe greatest stride in the country's Industrial history has been made. Furthermore, only old and welt established companies are represented. Tbousauds ot new enterprises, created as a direct result ol restored confidence were ol course unable to furnish corns paratlve figures. The per capita in crease in wage rates up to March was LINE OF JEWELRY 10.49 PC cent. As the tendency has A STRICTLY GUARANTEED TO GIYE SATISFACTION been continuously upward since that REFUNDED. MONEY OR time, It cannot be far from 15 per cent This, together with the increased A lull and very fine line ol Jewelry number of men employed, places in the hands ol American worklngmen is now offered for sale by S J. Tiche-n- or, of McHenry, Ky, This sale Inmillions ot extra dollars weekly, cludes rolled gold plate, gold filled, New York "Commercial." gold front and sold gold goods of our Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. guarantee own manufacture and we warrant Cough every bottle cf Chamberlain's satisfaction or we Remedy and will refund the money to them to give perfect who is not satisfied after will refund the money 'ptli for them any one miner turn thirds of the contents. by the purchaser. This is tbe the best remedy In tbe We manufacture over .s.rr-.- o design: world for la grippe, cougns, roios, or patterns of Jewelry and do not hesicroup and whooping cough and Is tate to warrant our goods to the fullpleasant and safe to take. It prevents est extent We knew tbey are exactany tendency ot a cold to result in ly as represented. uov teb. pneumonia. In case this notice should reach pats rons who are too far away from Mr. , Weau Kyea Are Made Hlrou-Tichenor's place of burlness, or other dim vision made clear, styes removed stores where our goods are sold, to and granulated lids or sore eyes ot admit ol their going there to purchase any kind speedily and effectually our goods, write us what you want and cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle we will supply you by mall, at the Eye Salve It's put up in tubes, and regnlar prices. sold on a gusrantee bv all good drugWe will be glad to correspond with gists. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & ol tf the wearer fullgoods concerning them. Bro. instructions as to tbe Will send care of Jewelry, how to clean It, etc. Ueantr la Woo Uea. akin, No on application, by mall, Clean blood mean a clean S m Were the statistics available they would doubtless show that the num- ber of hands employed in manufacturing industries at present Is more than 50 per cent, greater than in October, 1895, when tbe Wilson Tariff had been in operation fourteen months, while wages are from 20 to 30 per cent, higher. In 1895 there was a vast army of Idle labor, while now there is very little, one ot the cords mercial agencies In its last weekly trade report stating that at many points manufacturers find it hard to get enongh competent hands. With such facts before him no intelligent workingman should bave any doubt as to which party policy, be should Omaha "Bee." support CAftCARatl vtulpukm OeilihJ bcanty without It, Caecareti, Candy Catbar-tlclean your blood and keep it clean, U) itirring up the laiy liver and driving all Inv to puiitle from the body Begin baniili ulmtilee, boil, blotches, blackhead by taking and that aitkly bihou complexion Csecareta,- - beauty far ten rente. All drug-tutsttiefaction guaranteed, 10c, 23c, WV. f aitiMartery Cr. tlfiU4Mn4 tUi Street, rmUtutt, I, I, ftttvi I l wM, W ptmu eeMtralfo at fait east eel ejtWejMce. II Cltt.1. rVeifer W. F. MAIN CO., factory, Urfe.t iewer( could bo seen through two folds ol tho paper and no complaint was made, - Edltora F3N and LON nOOBR9Despite tho attempts of Goebel and and yet in Knox and Johnson counhis hirelings to rob tho intelligent vot- ties, where paper of equal thickness Entered it Hartford posSolfici is s mall matter ers of Kentucky of their right and was used, an attempt was made to FRIDAY, NOVUM HBR J4 privilege of a voice in their govern- throw out these counties and wo had ment, tho intclligonco nnd manhood to appeal to the court in ono case to That Ucn. Taylor is elected there of tho old State, in spite of the great compel the commissioners to certify is nat the slightest doubt, ilia plural Sty in tho State, officially, is disadvantages resulting from the Goe- tho vote as cast. In Harrison count) bel law, have buried GocBel and ev- a precinct giving a Republican pluGokiiel ia surprised at the people of ery ono of his henchmen beneath a rality of 133 was thrown out on the Kentucky becausa they will not per plurality of not less than 5,000 honest Stato race because a candidate for rnit him to do as he and Jo would like, votes. Had every man in tho State council was a challenger and yet they Henry Wattersom just now is in been permitted to havo exercised his counted tho precinct for this same the middle of a very bad fix. He was pleasure at tho polls, as men have challenger and this was dono in the , for Gucbel, but against Goebel's We would pronounce his case formerly iu Kentucky, the majority face of the fact, well known to the DEMOCRACY FORSAKEN. that of a predicament. would have exceeded 40,000. But board, that any candidate may under this was not possible under the present the law be a challenger or inspector. A special election has been called Few men realize, at first thought, election law. Had this been done, the In Christian county, a precinct giving the 7th district to Gil the vacancy in the cause of the Republican landslide a Republican plurality ot 95, was in Congress caused by the death ot in this county. But when a few facts spirit and intent of tho law would have Congressman Settle. December 18th been thwarted. This law was pur thrown out for the alleged reason that have been fairly considered by rationis the day for the election. al men the mystery is clear to the bit- ported to grind out a Goebel majority 238 of the 419 ballots wero not signed Capt. Elus virtually declared that' ter partisan. The Republican does at all hazards. It was the intent of by tho clerk a man appointed by he was an expansionist in a speech be- not presume to bo a great prophet, but the law and its author to rob honest their own commissioners over the profore the court Wednesday. It is only it ventures to explain the mystery of men of what God gave them. Noth- test of the Republicans. Thus not a question of time when the Demo- Ohio county's vote, in case there should ing better can be given as proof of only disfranchising the 238 voters cratic party will have an expansion be any at this late hour. Men of con. viction aud honesty have been per- this statement than South Trimble's whose ballots were not signed, but plank in it platform. mitted to speak to everyone who may letter, and the removal of 87 precinct also the other 181 voters whoso balUiiey Woodson has gono to Chi learn. These men have spoken at the oflicers in Louisville the night before lots had been signed, burned by the cago to let off that pent up gas which ballot box and from there it has gone the election. The election commie election officers and properly certified Jim been accumulating on his little abroad. Others have even gone farsioners of JeOerson county never gave to the county commissioners. In evbrain during the past tew weeks. Urey ther, with this class of earnest and is much of a "blow" and when this is patriotic men must be placed Attorney any excuse for this bold act. They ery case where the Republicans asked raid the story has been told. John T. Rone, of Centertown. A man had tho power, as we have stated time to have clerical errors corrected, tbey blessed by thcCreator,with Democratic after time, to remove election officers were met with the statement that the That letter which appeared in the atmosphere to breathe from infancy, at any time without cause. Tbey county board's duties wero merely Courier Journal and reproduced in the a man for SO years addicted to Demmerely exercised this power at the ministerial and they had no power to Herald, in vtbicb it was claimed that a ocratic environment and Democratic special train, packed with Taylor men request of the ambitious man from reconvene election officers or correct instruction, a man who voted the Dem from Evausvillc, Indiana, arrived at Honest men everywhere patent errors, while in Christian, Harocratic ticket because from his train Kenton, Earlingtoa about 2 o'clock Tuesday ing he could see more nearly the wants wero agreed that this law was tho most rison and other counties similar boards 'Hiorning, has proven to be another of ot tho common people in that party unfair piece of legislation ever con- were sitting in judgment going back the CowicrJournal'i lies. The man than any other political organization, cocted by man of any political faith of the returns and throwing out Rewrote it knew it was a lie and that for which course, we have no censure publican precincts. After all these in any realm. That this law is therefore would Lot sign it. to heap upon him. Yet when this the bands of men, there is no wrongs have been committed and 8iioulii Bryan bo so unfortunate as young man grew to that stage in life many others it is apparent to all that to obtain the Democratic nomination that he was determined to read, reason doubt. It would be alright in the for the Presidency next year, he will and judge for himself and bo his own hands of aDgels, but there happens to the Republican ticket has won by have to face every speech ho made in keeper, politically speaking, he was be no such things in the form of men. about 5,000 pturality.and the Courier- Kentucky during the Goebel cam- regenerated. He bails no man or par- The neicrpaper that exhausted its vile Journal, as if to inspire such action, paign. He will have to admit that he ty as bis king or savior, but holds of condemnation and abuse of this law says that the Slate board will throw was an ardent supporter of force and himself frco to be further eulightened' in political economy. He says that in the days of its infancy and attempt- out the city of Louisville, and the fraud, and persuaded gallant accept that which he would the Democratic party is a party of ed its destruction, became its trusted counties of Knox and Johnson, and broken promises and false pretenses nurse in the days of its maturity. Not- jpplauds the efforts to count agaiust not ask Nebraska to endorse dominated by a set of unscrupulous withstanding the fact that Goebel, Gen. Taylor the votes cast for him in politicians. It was claimed in the Blackburn, the Courier-Journand Nelson county because a malignant is indeed strange that the Goebel campaign of '96 that a panic would election officers permitted so much sweep this nation, such Company declared, previous to the Democratic printer printed the ceras was never infraud to be committed by the Repub-- . recorded in the history of man, if Mc. election, that nothing was ever so cer tificate in ballot books "Wm. T." licans, for the Republicans were in the Kinley was elected. McKinley was tain before in man's history as the fact stead of Wm. S. Taylor. minority in every couuty in the State elected and the Will men of Kentucky, through question needs no an- that this election was entirely out of without a single exception. No Dem-ocr- swer, tho times are the Republican party's power and whose veins courses the blood of their of intelligence says nay to this Mr. Rone has noted these events, and ability to steal. The very first thing spirited and honored fathers, submit fact. And yet there was never so from his observation, be has drawn his and allow this man of eternal ruin to much fraud committed by the Repub- conclusion. He is a promising young wo hear from them, when they recogi licans they say. This talk is all dem- man and sees that the principles of the nize defeat, is a pitiful cry of fraud count those votes cast on November agogy, from demagogues. Republican party go and intimidation. These political out 7 ? We predict that Kentuckians will with progress and prosperity, and as a laws, banditti and buccaneers have never submit. Kentuckians have died Garret Aucius-tu- b man steps on board the been disappointed in the result of the on the battlefield for the freedom of Houart passed away quietly at old ship of State, guided by men of 8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning. He others. Will they not be found at the Republican machine's ability to make votes and had been sick for sometime and was Republican faith. The same poit fighting for their own libassumes the authority to greet this they are now trying to justify a raid not expected to recover. The young man into our realm and ex on the peoples' rights,whicb they have erties if needs be ? We have elected chair is vacaut and will retends the band of fellowship in good plauned by the cry of fraud and force, General Taylor beyond any doubt and main so until the end of the present standing to him, our welcomed con which they declared three weeks ago he must be seated, peaceably if posadministration March 4, 1001, since is there is no provision for tho vacancy vert. It safe now to predict that in to be impossible. In Louisville and sible, if not otherwise. It should be 1900 Ohio county will give McKinley by law. William B. Fry, of Maine, Breathitt county our inspectors were borne on every breeze to every land, 800 majority. is the present chairman of the Senate met with revolvers in the bauds of the that, when we, as Kentuckians die, we aud will likely be when Tho Herald Would Impeach Goebel election officers and forced to will die freemen. When this is thorCongress convenes. Judge Toney. leave the voting room. In many pre. oughly understood by Goebel and bis DEMOCRATIC Hartford Republican. second-clas- lituti FrHayt by tot Hartford Pub Co .Irtcorporattd plat-foim- tempting to account for tho 585 Republican majority in this county to console himself and his few followers, arraigns tho character ot one of Ohio county's most prominent nuil promis ing sons. This editor can l be relied upon to do most any thing, but no one had thought that he would accuse the Democratic party in this county of being on tho market, and that Hon, C. At, Harnett had purtfc N. boodle. chased it with the Mr. Harnett is in no sense guilty of the charges this degenerate sheet has heaped upon him. The sensible, so ber and thinking citizens alono are responsible for tho landslide in the county. toopc-goa- DUPLICITY. l Sympathy may help a wounded heart but it won't heal a wounded limb. tr B.T. N IT. COLLS I, Tljat fact Is so obvious that you won-iwhy any one can offer "sympathy " as the chief feature of treatment for the delicate disrates of women. Yet women are Invited to "write to a woman who can aympatliiie with woman," and the it to theme of thrir correspondence be the delicate, difficult and dangerous wotnan'a undermine dlseaKt which health aud strength. It it true that such offers are combined with an offer of "medical advice." But medical advice can only be given by a competent and no mention is made in such offers of a physlcian'a or doctor's advice. Is not offered because it cannot be It given. The offer is not being made by a qualified physician. The offer of free consultation by letter, made to ailing women by Doctor R. V. Pierce, lias behind it a physician's ability. Dr. Pierce ia consulting phyaki.ti of the Invalids' Hotet and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Associated with True Economy lies in the Knowledge of Where and How to Buy the Best and Cheapest. That is Here. This is the verdict of everyone who is. a purchaser at our store. And, by the way, you had better prepare yourself in time and avoid the chilling blasts of the approaching winter weather. It's none too soon to supply yourself with warm garments. Don't make the mistake of putting it oil' until the last moment. Of our stock we simply say this it must be seen to be appreciated. phy-sicta- n, Dr. Pierce ia a staff of nearly a score of In a physicians, each "man a tpecialiat, practice of over thirty years Dr. Piertt, succtaarally and hit staff have treated more than half a million women, who have been cured of debilitating drains inflammations, ulcerations and female troubles. The age, experience and skill of Dr. Pierce give him a tupreme advantage in his choaen field of disease of women. You can write to Dr. Pierce without fear and without fee. Every letter ia read privately and aniwered confidentially, the anawer being sent in a plain envelope, without any printing upon it Dr. Pierce'a Common Sense Medical Adviser, tent free on receipt of stamps to T.l!. uiiucrwuar, values TT.l -- !iffiB& I fl vauiiuuiiiun a TT.l uiiuerwuar. J.1 - I, ri Goe-belis- It al at hand-in-han- d Vice-Preside- nt dress Dr. R. V. erce, Buffalo, N. Y. B! "dog days," it nlll strike in all di rections witbont having any particu lar object In view This Is the only way I can account for the Herald editor slanderous insinuations against me, I never brought a dollar of L. & N. money to Ohio county, nor any other county and never bad a dollar ot their money in my possession in my life, and any statement to the contrary by the writer of the above atticle or any one else is a falsehood. Moreover, I do not believe that the good Democrats of Ohio county, among whom I was born and reared aud among whom I expect to inaks my borne In the future, will sell their convictions for "L. & N. boodle" or any other boodle. That they some times change their political faith, him estly even though they read the Hartford Herald, is evidenced by the elections in Ohio county for several years. No, my boy, you cannot account lor tbejheavy majority in Ohio county this year in the way you attempt. II so, what about Daviess, McLean, Grason, and all the surrounding counties, in faclf Did tbe Democrats In these counties Fell out, too? Be cindid, and above all, be truthful as near as you can, and when yon are. you will have to .admit that your de feat in the recent tlfction, which yon held, wns caused by the unpopularity of your cause, your candidntes.or both. In closing I will gay, when I con clude that the Democrats of Ohio cnunly, whom I respect, and among whom arc some of the deatest friends I have on eartb, are for sale like so many cattle, and when I forget my own training, aid accept "boodle" bring it to Ohio county to influence an election, I will begin with tba Herald, the fountain head of Ohio county Democrary,the editor of which in my opinion Is far more purchasable than the honest Democrats of the ru ral districts. Respectfully, C. M. Handsome line Underwear, our price $1.25 Men's heavy work Shirts, Buckskin by name, and will WMr nke buckk'u. only 25c. Men', extra XUUU UI1U heavy cordury collars and fronts our price only joe. Heavy wool fancy fronts, price 50c. In this line we are headquarters and carry the largest and best line ever opened up in Ohlocounty, Blter grades $1.00 and $1 25. We lead ofl with a legnlar saddle seam $2 00 Boot, oar price $1 50. Start boys Boots extra heavy.tull stock regular $ 1.50 and ft.75 Boot, our price J 1.25 and $t 35. We sell a good Mcintosh Overcoat for fj 50. We sell you a heavy Brogau Shoe lor Jr. 00, ft 10, We sell a better grade Mcintosh Overcoat for $4 50. $t 25 and on up to $ 00 per pair. Men's hall fine 'Vc sell yen a Mcintosh Overcoat that we guaran Shoe at $1.00, $1.25 1.39 and $1 50. Would be tee to be strictly water proof, for only f& 00. cbeap at twenty cents more on each pair, We sell a Rood Overcoat at fs 00. When it comes to fine Shoes, we handle the Brown IMter grade Overcoat at 30. Shoe Co's Shoe, of St. Louis. livery pair guarans Still a better grade Overcoat at $S 50. teed to give satisfiction or our money refunded. The best grade Overcoat at.$lo. The best line of ladies' heavy Sboes on eartb, at all Other itores will ask you twenty per cent. more prices. Ask to see our You Can't-Ri'Km Shoe. money on these goods. and PanU from 10c each up. We start you with a good heavy Jersey ilbbed Long sleeve, heavy tlbbed Jersey Vest, 15c. Reg- ular jsc grade for 25c Ladles' Union Suits 35c suit. sh,rt "' Uraweis at 25c. Men's extra heavy fln-- Extra heavy quality, worth 75c. our price 50c. "el lined Shirts and Drawers, wou.d be cheap at 69;, Regular 75c quality, our price 50c. Misses' Union Suits 25c. Children's Merino Vests our P'ire 49C- Slinoa over-shirt- s, Overcoats and Men's Supplies ij p ft A few more plaid novelty skirt patterns, former price J6 51, price now $5 00. Twenty sevrn inch OutlngJCIotb. assorted colors, We are still In the lead in all grades of Clothing. Let us show you our line of $5 00 and $6 00 Snlts. worth 15c, our price 10c. A handsome line $7 50, $S.uo, $9 00 and $10 00 Just received a large assortment ol fancy prints. goods. These goods iu any city would cost you We arc stilt selling them at jc per yard. iweniy live per ceni more money. We wn sell j on a nice white Counterpane, extra Clothing. ft 00, our price 75c. We have them in nbundance in this line from 50c a A better grade, all wool Undetsklit, worth $1.50, pair to is 00. Good 10 4 Blanket 51c. Bitter onr price $1.00 grades 10 4 60c and6.se We start Urge size 11-- 4 Blanket at 73c per pair. Better grades $1 10, ft 25, 0,lr "ne of Trunks, Telescopes Hand bags and $'35. $1 50 and on up tofs 00. Good, heavy, large size Bed Comforts 9-- c. Belter Suit Cases cannot be surpassed by any store, grades at t. 10, still better $1.35,$! 51, up to $2 50 Our price on heavy red twill Flanuel.17.tfc Have just received amther large assortment of la per yard. Better crades at same low mice. Ak tn dies' cloth and ptush Capes and Jackets, We have see our line Canton Flannels jvhen you are in tbe been, and are still LEADERS In this tine. store, as we hae some special values in this line. Bed Comforts and Blankets. '. Rood weightand awlulchespat73cforonly joe. A" wol str,p 8nd ,uld undeiskun, cheap at Cloaks, Capes and Jackets. .Flannels. 3 I'i'rifii l'Tm'r-l- l iixixarciraraiffiwrCTCfiw I'TM'irfiiri'i 11 rniTr nm jtsi 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! We are still giving a Beautiful Picture, size 20x22, with Barnbtt. every $ 0 spent with us. 1 cincts of these and other counties our litnchmen and all this quibbling over 'Ho Mistakes tho Effect for The degenerated and base organs of inspectors were forcibly ejected. In technicalities and throwing out counthe Cause." Goebelism are now condemning Judge Louisville, Covington and Lexington ties and precincts will be at an end. Sterling B. Toney for compelling elecThat Is what the person does who Men of Kentucky, maintain and detion officers to sign the certificates of policemen arrested, clubbed from the tries to cure rheumatism or any other election, which, according to the Goe- polls inoffensive people and deprived fend your liberties and freedom, or disease by relieving the symptoms. bel law, is their sworn duty. Judge them of their right to vote. In these allow yourselves to fall into eternal Hood's Sarsaparilla attacks tbe cause dead which die In tbe Lord from Toney was a Goebel man. He voted same cities and many others, the elec- slavery. of these diseases. It neutralizes tbe henceforth: yea, saith the Spirit, that for Goebel on November 7, and when, acid in the blood and thus permanent- tbey may rest from their labors and tion oflicers purposely delayed the votas an officer of trust, bo was called Barnett's Reply to the Herald. ly cures rheumatism. It tones and tbelr words do follow them." Her ing (in many cases polling less than strengthens the stomach, restores its works shall never be forgotten. She upon to excrciso bis authority in forcHartford, Ky 22, 1899. natural digesting fluids and perma- is now resting In that celestial city one hundred votes) and left from ing these men to perform their duty, Editors Republican: I have nently cures dyspepsia. which hath tbe foundations sure to ono hundred and fifty ho is styled a political traitor by such twenty-fivseen a large number ot Idiotic baby enough, whose maker and builder is vile and abusive journals as the Hart- in line when the polls closed. In Hood's Pills cure constipation. God. Nothing now to do act excuses offered for the Deuicratlc but to learn CoKQitiPMAN Evan E Settle, of ford Herald. These defeated men of Kenton county where officers failed to defeat in the election which they held Price 25 cents. ot God and be employed Ij praising O venton, Owen county, died sudden. lost pride, honor and pour certify to the result in Democratic recently, but it remained tor the Him forever. Let ns, who are still 1 IN MEMC-niAM- . of icrv us prostration and heart out their wrnth upon all men who reHartford Herald to accuse its own contemplating that joy and delight, trouble, the Kith instant. His death spect, hoiior'aud maintain the dignity precincts, they were summoned by folks ot "sellin' out" to, the wicked SUter Etta James Hudson, who de- unite our voices to hymn the song of was a great surprise to his family and of their high positions of trust. The the county board and allowed to sup Republicans. Listen to the "Herald parted this life, April 27th, 1899, to the poet: friends. It Hill bo remembered that decisions of Judges Toney and Jones ply the certificate, and in Union of a noisy world" latest wail: ' exeiience the realities of tbe better "O sweet employ, to sing and trace, Mr. Settle ctme to this 0 unity during are styled "government by injunction county, where one Democratic candi "WHY IT was so." world, was a daughter of Brother and Th' amazing bights and depths of grace the recent campaign in the interest 0' and election by Injunction." These "The large majority which was re Sister S. M. James, and tbe wife of And spend from sin and sorrow free, date was not certified, the board or the Goebel ticket. His was the best same ytlhio journal, which are now corded against the Democratic party Brother James A. Hudson, all of the A blissful, vast eternity. Democratic tflort niado in the couuty so bitterly opposed to this "injunction uereu tne election otneers to appear in this county at the recent election, quiet and Cbrlstianly little village ol 'O what a sweet exalted song, before them and correct their certifi was Mr, system" wero its ardent supporters in during tho entire campaign. nt Grst a matter' 6f surprise nnd Select, Ohio county, Ky. All who Settle was serving a second term in 1897. The good people of this coun cate. But in Green, Greenup.Lewis, chacrrin to all Democrats, but post knew her well, loved her much. She When every tribe and every tongue, Redeemed by blood with Christ appear Congre-from the 7th district at the ty yet remember that injunctlon,which Elliott, Carter, Boyd and other count election developments have served to was a friend to all aud knew no such And join in one full chorus there. . time of hi death, a great ngnt on me thing as malice toward any, Chaste Judge Owen sustained in the contest ties where similar errors were made iniow "My soul anticipates the day, ed election of '97, which decision was against Republican candidates, tbo Reports trom all the different pre in character aud amiable In N. T. Howahd'h vote in this Cait. In brief, she was a Christian in Would stretch her wingsand soarawsy cincts 01 Republican election work reversed by a Democrats Court of Senatorial district was a compliment boards refused or failed to ask the and a little study of conditions, are deed and In truth, which Is sufficient To aid the song, the palm to bear, Appeals on every point. Wo presume to the worthy young mail. No canofficers to correct their certificates,and sufficient to confirm the most skepti to express, In a word, what hei life And praise my great Redeemer there " that tho Herald will impeach Judge didate iu this district ever received A Frihnd cal reasouer if he bad any doubts as was. She rejoiced in her privilege to Toney for playing the part of an hon the Republicans have been forced to such a complimentary vote as was to the methods practiced to carry serve the living God, and In her cou est man. The Goebelcratlo editors, ask the courts to compel them to pergiven Capt. Howard on Nov. 7. ButUNION, KY. Ohio county for Taylor and the Re- fidence obtained from Ills Word, that void of any compunction of conscience, form a plain statutory duty. publican ticket. ler, his home county, gave him 1,085 He would bestow all the blesrlugs The Hartford tobacco buyer bought in denouncing such men as these hon. Republican boodle was used lavish promised. She remained steadfast In In Nelson county the election ofli majority, Muhlenberg (wo majority show their hands. They ly in this county and without stint. every trial and exceedingly patient in Mr. T. W. Bennett's and Mr. Robert and Ohio 513 majority. His majority orable judges, cers in every precinct save one falsely tobacco, We failed to anxious that Goebel make his conBe it said to our discredit, there is a her hours ot affliction, believing with Dummer's in tho district is 2,270. This has the are templated steal, to which they would certified that Wm. T.Taylor received large floting element here, and It was one ol old, "Though he slay me, yet learn prices. appearance of a Howard landslide. Mr. Aries Plummer is no better. hallelujah, amen! For these the Republican votes of that county, from this vote that the Republicans will I trust in Htm," It is not now The people of the 7th Senatorial dis shout, Miss Sophia Davidson spent Sunjudges to be impeached by the Legis when every ballot was east for Wm, realized their greatest gains. The our privilege to enjoy her friendship trict have taken Captain Howard's day at ber home. lature and Goebel counted in as Gov. H. Taylor, and yet the county board chairman of the Republican State neither the privilege of her husband measure, They have weighed him in Mr Lon Rogers and mother visited crnor would plunge Kentucky into a Central Committee is a native of our to enjoy her companionship, 8be Is the balance of publio sentiment and refused to have these certificates cor. in this nelghbotbood Saturday, county. By virtue of bis high rank no more to encourage ns by her cheer Revolution. Men of intelligence and found him a very worthy man to rep Miss Lessie Taylor is very sick, reoted although some of the ballots in the councils and manipulations ot (ul smile and gracious words of sym know this to be a rereut this district in the next General Several of the scholars are out of f bowing that tbey had been cast fur bis paity in the State, he no doubt pithy. No more to comfort us by ber dangerous move for Goebel, and his school helping strip tobacco Assembly. The people of Ohio counhand of robbery is thus stayed by their Wm, S. and not Win. T.Taylor were had the first pull at the I. &;N.'s bar. benevolent deeds ot charity performed Miss Zllpah Smith is sick. ty know a good thing when they tee it, rel. Mr Barnett was never known by her own loving bands. refusing to do bis bidding. before the board, and we again had to Miss Nelia Btrnardis spending a likewise Muhlenberg and Butler. farewell, but we be modest In his political demands to It was bard to say appeal to the court to compel these or manner, and if the rim of the bar rejoice to know (hat our separation week with ber brother Mr. L T. Bar. The Ileal lor ClillU There is nothing so baleful to a and I'ever IslreaerlllonGrove's Tnst men to do their duty. In Graves and rel struck him In the arm pit', nard, a bottle of of shall only be brief. II we remain small man as tho shadow of a great less Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; Supt. Rogers visited Union school Mr, Goebel course It was but evidence of his well falthlul to the end we shall then be last week, man. Tho editor of the Herald has then why experiment with worthless Ballard counties, wbore known characteristics. And then permitted to see her again and to en received nearly 3,000 plurality, the Mr Robert Gray, of Butler county, fallen in the shadow of the Hon. C. imitations? Trice, 50c. bis next thoughts, ol course, were ol joy her company forever where the bas pusrehased the Dexter farm for M. Barnett and Is now showing bis Edncata Your llowaU Willi Catcarrta. paper on which the ballots were print- "the folks at borne.'" word farewell Is never spoken, Tbe and will ruoe into our midst Canity Cathartic, cure couitlpatloa forlorn condition. "Juts editor, in at 10c, toe. II a O. O rull,druguu return) (orvr. ed was so thin that the stencil mark S. O. P. manor. It Is said, If you anger a snake In inspired John said, "pleased are the In the near future, ad 1 e self-respe-ct s sur-ject- Last Tuesday the doors of the Kentucky House of Reform swung open to admit those young people who are too young to be placed in the penitentiary for ollenses ogaiost the law. In this institution trades of all kinds will be taught tho young offenders of the law, mid u sense ot right living will be enstilled into their minds of their former course. This 11 much moiled improvement added to the State, which ia due to the untiring uflorts of Gov. Bradley. R.T.COLLINS, HARTFORD Does Your Back Ache? -- Honesty ia tho Best Policy. Honest prices, Tub goods, and dealings will Surely brings success. In constant pain when on( your feet ? J Is that dragging, pulling sensation with you from morn till night t Why not put the medicine exactly on the diseaso ? Why i not appiy ino cure ngni toj k show nothing morb cx.bablv. We believe this fact, and our words demonstrate our belief. Our goods last days op tub mnbtuunti! crktury It Every Hour Proves Jthe spot itself? 9 You can do it with ' . Dr.ABCP's Cherry t Pectoral Plaster! Immediately after the? Ll'laster is applied, you foci, Jita warming, soothing in- -, llluenco. Its healing remedies f quickly penetrate down deep into tho inflamed tissues. Pain Is auloted. soreness la ra. lieved and strength imparted. no piasttr was evr mads Welt. No plaittr crtr acted m anh-ti- ' are warranted to be exactly as represented; that is honest Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction, that Is honest. If any article ol Jewelry o'l onr manufacture does not give perfect satisfaction, we will refund the money paid for tbe atticles; that is honest. CARSON & CO. has a complete' as-'-. sortment of goods In store, for tale, at ptlces that defy competition. These goods are made from rolled gold plate, gold filled, gold front, or solid gold stock, and ate warranted to give perfect satisfaction or the money will be relanded. If this notice should reach any one living too tar from CARSON & CO S store, or any other customer ol ours, to permittbelr purchasing these goods from our customer, we will sell the noods st retail to such persons, under thesaiue warranty and deliver by mail. We will also send printed Instructions as to tbe cate of lewelry how to e'ean It, etc. on application, W. F. Main Co.,Eastern Factory Cor ol Friendship nnd Eddy Sts , Providence, R. I Western Factory (Largest Jewelry factory tn the worlrti. under urocesa ot construction at East Iowa City, la. Over 5,ooo feet of floor space. 18 It will not be a surprise to any who are at all famlUar with tbe good qnal itlesol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to know that people everywhere take pleaauie in relating their experience in tbe use of that. splendid medicine and In telling of tU benefit they have received from It, Of bad colds It bas cured, of threaten) attacks ot pneumonia it bss averted and of the n it baa caved from attacks of croup and whooping cough. It Is a jrrand, good medicine. For sale bv Z. Wavne Gilffln & Bro. m chll-dre- kladfolpalo. 1,'laced over tho chest It U a powerful aid to Ayers Cherry Pectoral; relieving congestion and drawing out all inflammation. roa anJ ikoroothijr. No plaster er Mil such compklt tonlrol overall .. fila co nurooi.T.. J c Atrntit Uwoj, tiu r . irt3Dt1aUa4Sliato ZF'u&.IIR 5b CO., THE FAIR DEALERS. liilti'l WHY Men's 18 inch leg, saddle seam Boots $t.5, worth today i 50 Indies' all wool double Capes, trimmed In fur $1.00, cheap enough at $1 51. Men's all wool Beaver Overcoats, usual f 7 50 Coat.our price $5 Good size white or gray Blankets bound edges, worth 75c, our price 48c per pair. Men's heavy reversible Jeans and Duck Coats, none belter, a bargain at f 1 00. Twenty seven Inch dark Outs Ings. jast the thing tor children's dresses in plaids and stripes, usual tijie quality, our price ioc. Another shipment of Plush Capes, the $7 00 iuality,nlce ly lined and beaded, the price is $$ 00. Don't delay. Good $ 4 bet brands table Oil Cloths 15c. jtt Been use stisfi KEEN EDITORIAL CRITICISM. J. L. ELMORE III Wind CRAZY NEGRO YOUTH That Blows Nobody Good." Passos Qulotly From Llfo to Croat Democratic Papor Calls Chops His Agod Fathor To Etornlty attho Homo of His That small ache or pain or Hlm'TvloatShnmolossof Death With a Hatchot Fathor, at Woatorflold. ." at Owonsboro.Ky. weakness is the "ill wind" that directs your attention to Tburtday evening week the friends The Washington Post, Democratic In" OwenBboro, Ky., Nov. 21. John the necessity of purifying of education, and especially the teach dependent, but which has been advo Barnett, a well retpected old colored your blood by taking Hood's era, were greatly grieved to learn ot catlug Blackburn and the regular tick man of this city, was brutally mur- "It is an Carpot-Baggors- are the lowest. their prices Then your whole body receives good, for the purified blood goes tingling to every organ. It is the great remedy for all ages and both sexes. with Dyspepsia liver And kidney trouble, 1 suffered for yexrs from dyspepsU, "with severe psha. Hood's SArsApArSU mde me strong And fitArty." J, B. Emerton, Auburn, Me. CompUcAted Sarsapartlta. " Because their stock is (he largest. Because their selec- 3wcd& SaAJafjau'ft 17 tions are the best. pull car. Uf.r the If rll.tlny end Hoo4". nty tath.rUe to ut. 111! with not. Hood . .r.p.rilll NOTE OUR PRICES. ACT WJ.SB.IaY AND GOME TO US FOR . WINTER SUPPLIES. Fifty four Inch turkey red Table ' Linen, fa.t color, only 15c Men's heavy ribbed, well fleeced Undershirts, the 35c quality, for Mr Daniel French, Llvermore, Ky., died last Sunday and was buried at Mt. Carmel church, Monday, Mr French had a number of friends In this county.who will be very sorry to learn of his death. The Baptist church at Rochester is now complected and will be dedicated first Snnday in December. J. N Prestridge, D. D , and editor of Bap tist Argns, of Louisville, will presch. the dedicatory sermon. Mr. J. II. Thomas, who was recent. ly appointed store keeper and gauger under Collector Franks, is in Owens- boro this week familiarizing himself with the duties of his office. Mr Thomas will be assigned tor duty in a few days. ajc. Ladles' roc quality ribbed Vest, well fleeced, good sires 15c. Ladies' good grain, lace or but ton Shoes, riveted sea ins, only $l 00. Men's white Shlits, fancy bosom one pair of cr HN.our price 50c. Five thousand jards good heavy Domestic, worth now at factory, 5Jf c. our price 5c. Ten thounund yards fancy.Prlnts including all ittple brands that are wort), to day at mills SVc, our pric5c. Great big Bed Comforts, welt padded, covered with good calico, ft 00 quality, our price for this lot 75c. erty Mr. J. J Stratton has sold his prop In Hartford to Mr. J. B Dotson, Buford, and will move to his farm near White Run in the near future. Mr. Dotson comes to town to put his children in care of the Professors of the Hartford College. Why not come to Carson & Co, for your fall and winter Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Millinery and Clothing? We meet all competition and In addition we give one good oak, cane seated, Rocking Chair with every $15.00 cash purchase. This Is something that every housekeeper needs. Don't fall to take advantage ot this offer. Mr. Chas. H. Stevens is yet very sick and will live but a short time. His death has been momentarily for ten days, but on going to press he is yet with the living. Mr. Stevens is one ot the most highly re spected citizens of the county and his absence from the walks ol lite will be greatly regretted by his neighbors and friends. ep If interested, visit us at once. OUR PRICES will PLEASE, our QUALITIES and PRICES will DELIGHT YOU. the low prices, wo are continuing to give free with every ten dollars purchased, one of our handsome 16x20 inch Pictures, nicely framed. Not-withstanding THE PLACE IS: FAIR & CO., THE FAIR DEftLERS. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 imL CX Jt- - 3FL. f.CAli;iHlKrAni.i:nKAKU NORTH IIOtlMI. sirs-J- in auj-sisisit-isis- ot, DAM, ss m. in. k ra. 33. nuuMi miltii Sin. m. SKI- - II sioi-si- as I -- wiiii p m. A-a- xxt ss . iii. a. Firsb-Cl- ass VnaSXatu, Liven Stalls SttttTSYA lUliUH U iJ- TTi EEOWH & MABTIH, Hartford, Ky. livery Among tlio many Hrst-ola-ss stables in tlio Green Rivor Country, nono are bottor equipped than Keown Si Martfn,'of Hartford. It is run by who are enorgotio, and young men, in every particular. up-to-d- ato Buggiqs and Wagons ?on sale at all times .Fanning Tmplomonts in soason. Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty. ' Best of . feed and your stock will seourj'beat attention. Givo thorn a call. ' It you oeed an Ovtrcoat, see Carson &Co. t Field's 'bus meets all trains at Beaver Dam. , Born, Nov. ajd, to the wlleol T. H Black,, o fine gill. Daisy photos asc a ddzen at Boyd's gallery. Just for a short time. ' For ssle or rent A lartu. Apply to J A. Wedding, Hartiord, Ky. (or good t We pay 40c per pound Cabson & Co. White Feathers. want to buy 500 bushels of good Carson & Co. Corn. received a new lot ol cheap Just Cabsoh & Co. plush Capes. Mr. 8. M. JameSjSelcct, greeted Tint Rrfuducan with bis presence Monday, AVtdding who six Mr. Robert-D- . months ago'jo'lned the U. S. Regular Army is atjbome on a visit. Mr. Miss Susie Allen la very sick of tyWedding is a member of Company D phoid fever. He made Tub U. S. A. of Engineers. Mr. Sam Gaines, Fordsville, was in RnrunLlCAN a pleasant call yesterday town Monday. and from his expression, we judge lilghly pleased witb Uncle wife ol A. D. Carter. that Born, to the Sam as hts master. Attcr a short vis)lngo, the 19th Inst, a fine girl. it he will return to his company loMrs. Isabel Moore, near Bartlett's, cated at Long Island, N. Y. perdition Is tbe laws on .the statute Is very sick, and chances for recovery Mr. Elijah Woodward a prominent books of America that were passed to are very doubtful citizen of Beda, died last Sunday of regulate the saloon. You might as Gross Williams will sell you a good heart trouble, Mr. Woodward had well try to reyulate consumption by a second-bansewing machine for $10. many friends, throughout tbe county tax on microbes. Under such laws a See him at once. who will receive the news of his death mother's boy Is not safe until he gets Regulation will into a penitentiary. Floating Studio is now with sad hearts. He was one of the Schrceter's county's oldest and most respected plant a saloon opposite tbe factory, at Liverrnore.and will return to IIart citizens. After the funeral services, on every corner of Main street, and If his remains were laid to peaceful rest fold, December the 1st next door to a boy's home, burn out In tbe Beulah church graveyard to cash sale, we give await the morning of resurrection With every $15 his manhood, school blm in crime tree one good oak Chair. and send him to State prison. Infant child of Esq. and Mn. . The CARSOH & Co. XXX. H. B. Taylor, Prentis, died last FrieuterUir.ing many peo day. The mother has been very sick Hartiord is CENTERTOWN, KY. pie this week while the court enter- ol typhoid fever for sometime, but Is tains a number of theirs. thoagbt to be Improving at present. Miss Bessie Rowe has recovered Miss Edna, second oldest daughter, Mr. Tom Casebier, Nelson Station, has been sick for the past year and is from her recent illness, and is again Muhlenberg county, is visiting his not expected to survive but a short in her school. Miss Lennle Rowe is not improving time, Esq. Taylor has the sympathy father, Mr. J. M. Casebier. ot his many friends In these hours of as rapidly from her sickness as her Mr. Hayden Webb, who went to sore trials and disappointments. many friends wish. Illinois, about eight months ago has Richard James, who has been sick The Ohio Circuit Court Is becoming returned to his home near Beda. attrsctlve to tho leading lawyers of for several weeks with typhoid fever, We are receiving lota ot Rocking ot the State. They come constantly Is impiovlng slowly. Chairs to be given away with every $15 to the county when important cases II. H. Davis was on the sick list Cabson It Co cash sale. are on docket, and of late we have last week and lost some time from his again, Mr. Reausean Wright. Adabunr, many ot them. The visiting attor- school, but is now able to be np attending the present term are Rowe & Morton are pushing their Wednesdsy of Consumption, he neys died Messrs. R. A. Miller. Capt. W. T, new store rapidly to completion, will hsd been sick quite a long while. Bills, T F. Blrkhead and Judge C W. Massie, Owensboro, Judge J. C John- be ready for new goods in a short ' Mr. Robinson Brown, ol near Rock- - son, Greenville, Jobn J. McHenry, timet port, dlejl' Wednesday of dropsy and Louisville, S. P. Roby, Fordsvlle, Col, V- A. Rone & Co, have begun wbrk was burled yesterday at Providence.' C. M. Barnett, Louisville, fs'also to on their new store and will build as attendance at court. last as lumber can be cut and put on Mr. J, S. Bartlett, Henderson, was Last week while in Owensboro on a the ground. and made The in town yesterday I. Foster, Jr., wife and soil are in a pleasant call while here. business mission, Mr. las B. Her was greatly surprised to hear that Mr Owensboro visiting relatives. Mrs II. C Dllnuu, ol Hopklnsvllle, Mac Warner had accused him ol steal Mr. Wing Ross went to Rockport Is vslting her sister, Mrs. Rebecca Ing $40 of his money and bad sworn Saturday evening. Vaughtaod nelce, Mrs. 0. M. Shultz oat a writ for him, and placed it in Mr. G. T. Tlnsley and family have Mr. II. B. Taylor and wife, Liberty, the hands ol a policeman who served moved to Ashbysburg, where Tinsley visited the families of Shelby Taylor It on him, Mr. Her appeared before has n large contract of sawing to do. Mr, AJbert Rowe, ol Indiana, has and Sberlfl S. T. Stevens first ol the tbe court before noon and was per mitted to go unmolested and without moved to our town. week. with a request that he appear bond Mr, Mant Rowe, has moved Into Mr. John J. McHenry and wile, again at I p in. when his case was mother, dismissed. It wss reported that Mr the O. B, Poskctt property. Louisville, are visiting his In jail, but this Is Mr. Frank Ross has gone to ArkanMrs. Jennie McHenry. Mr. McHenry Her was confined untrue. No man Is more Innocent of sas to engage in saw loging Is attending court this week. this chsrge than Jim Her. He Is a Miss Clara Ford, of Island, visited Miss Stafford, Carson 81 Co's Milli-ne- r. mau whose life and character are filends here last week, above reproach. has had a (rood iall business and Mrs. John I, Felix, of above Hartstill bis lots of Hata left. Come to There has been much said about the ford, and Henry H. Davis and family, the blind animal that appeared on see her when In need of a Hat. of Beaver Dam, visited tbe family of Streets of Haitford Monday, on wheels, H. II. Davis last week. Boyd's photograph gallery will re and much will be said later, when be Some of our farmers have sold their main in Hartiord only this and nest is brought before the grsnd jury. tobacco and realized fair prices for It week. Don't miss this opportunity And yet there are animals not on The election passed off quietly here to get a dozen photos for 25 cents. wheels, but on pegs, not tar away that They are. and we are getting very, anxious to Why will people buy "Cheap John" sre rarely ever mentioned sewiug machines when they can get of a more docile nature than those know who tbe man Is thst shall rule that roll from place to place. Theae over us, Rex. the Singer for 10 cents a day? things are1 all purses to man and one Gboss William, Agent. as the other. They should Is ss bad Hyler'a Dyspepsia Tablets, pleasant, Messrs L W. Hunt, Sulphur all be destroyed from the lace of the easy to tske, and give parmanent reWhile we abuse those on Jo, P Rogers, Prentis, and earth Springs, Seth T. Hunter, Smallhouse, were wheels, let's not igrget those on pegs, lief. 30 days treatment, ft. Mailed tf callers at Tiib)Kbiubucan office Mon It they were all on rollers we might on receipt of price get rid of them at some future time, day. Mukdock Cubs Co., Atlanta, Ga, he-Jj- the death of Prof. J. L. Elmore, for a et in Kentucky, says under the caploDg while a prominent and successful tion of "The Infamy in Kentucky:" "It begins to appear that the Kenteacher, whoso genisl aud bappy spirit won the lovo and admiration ol those tucky campaign, which opened with with whom he rbanced to associate. the Infamous nomination ol Goebel by the Democrats, ts destined to close Dnly a short time ago hi happy and with tbe even deeper Infamy of cheerful companion was laid to rest in election by fraud. The Louisthe bosom of the cold earth by whose ville Courier Journal, which has bet side friends have placed his lifeless come the exponent, la not the authoriform. How unfortunate it seems to zed organ, of Goebellsm and its man, that young men, thoroughly methods, Is now telling us nnder triprepared and equipped for the duties umphant headlines and with honest of life, should be called to quit the pride how the pure minded Democratpleasures of this world in the bcyday ic official throughout tbe State are of their existence. This fs an uncer- steadily robbing Taylor of his vote, tain life. The well of may be and as steadily overcoming by the the sick of 1'rof. Elmore foulest and most insolent expedients leaves one little child, his parents and the Republicans' legitimate majority. a boBt of friends to mourn his eternal What was begun upon the scale of petit absence He graduated from Hart- Iarcency the theft of insolated ballot ford College in 1892 with the degree boxes and end the disqualification ol small groups of voters here and theie of B. S. Entering again the follow lias reached 'the proportions of ing year and pnrsulng .his work dill wholesale pldnder and spoliation. gently he carried with him at tho close "The Goebel officials have boldly of the year the degree of Bachelor of abandoned the furtive, piecemeal sys Since the day of his tern, and are now stealing by counties Philosophy. graduation he has devoted himself to instead ot by precincts. Tbe most the profession of teaching. His work voracious and arrogant carpet bagger as a teacher has been thoroughly sat- that went South In the reconstrnction isfactory to patrons and pupils. He times to ravage States and lost their was always at his post of duty. In treasuries would turn in his grave toclass room, he was kind and attentive, dayturn wit,h envy and regret if he and bis daily walk in life was marked could know what a bungling journeyby deeds ot kinduess to all with whom man he was compared with Kentucky he chanced to associate. He was a adept. "We risk nothing in the assertion fsithful and devout Christian, ever ready to assist his church in its work. that in the history ot American elec His many friends everywhere will feel tions there has been no spectacle more disgraceful and abhorrent than that the great loss they have sustained, now presented by tbe Kentucky Demand the profession, which he graced, ocracy. That the Republican candiunupon learning tho sad news ot his date has been elected by a clear ma timely death. In tbe death of Lent jority Is beyond all question. That Republican feels the election officials, aided by Demo me Elmore, The tbe loss ot one of its ardent and faith- cratic Courts, are gradually but surely ful supporters. extinguishing this majority Is patent to the dullest understanding. It is a SUNNY DALE, KY. spectacle fraught with humiliation What shall we do with our nations and shame, and what makes it espec greatest foe? Shall we delay doing ially odlnus in the eyes of decent men the right thing about it as some con- is the fact that Goebel, wbo devised tend until we find a substitute for it? the machiriflnv ol fraud, is to be the Of all propositions that is the most beneficiary of t operation. 'Tbe disgust and anger generated childish. A substitute for the saloon. A substitute lor the gambling bell. by these proceedlca include the enYou might as well close up the church tire country. until you can find, a Substitute tor the honest men all who care foFjustice, t resent, dedevil. The only substitute for slavery honor and nounce and brand them. It is a safe was liberty, tbe only substitute for sickness is health, the only substitute prediction that the Democratic party, for wrong is right, tbe only substitute riot only in Kentucky, bnt In the na tton at large, will not be the victim ot for the saloon Is no saloon. Give the homes of our fair land a chance, sach a victory of villainy. The in and we shall not need a stubstitnte stallation ot Goebel through the defor the saloon, the nation's greatest testable methods we have described Shall we regulate It? Shall we will give Kentucky to tbe Republican foe. say: "You may keep on all the weelt, partp for years to come. No honorabut you must close on Sunday. You ble man can possible condone those must not sell to an Indian, but you methods or permit himself to be Iden can debauch our white men. You tilled with them. The struggle is no must not sell to a man that's drunk, longer between Republicanism and but you can intoxicate a man that's Democracy. It Is between righteoussober," The biggtst farce outside ot ness and crime." Goe-bel'- s y ahooting another negro named Pete Sowiler, and has not been long out ol prison. The physicians have examined Barnett and. they pronounce him crazy. He will be tried morning on a writ of lunacy. This old gentleman belonged to Mr. Morris II. Barnett, during the days of slavery. Many people near Hartford knew him and will learn of his death with expressions of regret. In the printing, not the ballots, but of the certificates. Suppose that these 1,198 had been cast lor Taylor, hut the 1 flicen ol election had certi fied that they were cast for Bill Jones, would anybody siy that they should be lost btcause they were certified to the wrong man? If so, tbe officers of flection In Kentucky who were favor dered this morning by his son, Cicero able to Goebel made a great mistake Barnett. Tho deed was committed In not certifying Taylor's vote to with a batcbet,aod tbe old man's head Goebel and being done with It. With the 1,198 voted properly credited to was literally chopped to pieces. Tbe Taylor, he has, according to the murdered man was seventy years old Courier-Journal's figures, a plurality and tho murderer is twenty. Cicero of 771 instead of 261, and when Jefi Barnett has served a term of three ferson county Is added It will run his years in tlio Kcntupky penitentiary Jor plurality up to Goebel's only Help... Nature Babies and children need proper food, rarely ever medicine, if they do not thrive on their food something is wrong. They need a tiltfe help to tfet their digestive J machinery working properly.. Counting Out in Kentucky. It is a sorry political spectacle that is going on In Kentucky, The quail fied voters of the State have met and elected a Governor. A majority ol the votes Is unquestionably registered for one of tbe candidates. But an election law contrived in the interest of a party Is now applied to alter tbe the returns sufficiently to give the certificate of election to the candidate who received the fewest votes. The plot stands forth in full view and its details naturally interest the whole county. A majority for Taylor, the Republican candidate, is in tbe ballot boxes beyond denial, though the Goe bel Democrats were In control of the election machinery of the State, the counties aud the precincts. The extent to which this worked to the disadvantage of the Republican candidate, by obstruction and otherwise, can never be known. In spite of the Goebel election boards, supreme everywhere in the precincts, tbe returns give a majority of several thousand for Taylor. As the Goebel law failed to pervert the election at the polls to the extent desired its other provisions are brought into play to falsify the count. Several counties must be thrown out bodily to edect f his result. In Nelson county the name of Taylor was erred- ly spelled on the tlclrcts.but the County Clerk, a Goebelite, had certificates printed in which Taylor's middle initial was erroneous. This misprint, due to a County Clerk devoted to the candidate who Is to be the beneficiary of the error, is relied on to get rid ol 1198 votes. In Knox county it is proposed to throw out a Taylor major Ity ot '1230 because it Is alleged tbe ballots were too thin. In Lewis county there Is a Taylor majority of 704 bnt the election officers, without giving reasons, refuse to certify the returns. Even these changes would not secure a Goebel majority, so otber counties are held In reserve for whatever further manipulation may be needed. Goebel claims his election by a daily telegram, though the figures have been plainly against him from tbe first. He Is consistent in one respect. His election law was conceived and pushed through the to insure his faction Legislature against the loss of any election. After inventing a sure thing game he simply takes the next step in applying perfectly well known to every Intelligent man in the United States that the larger number of the votes cast In Kentucky are for Taylor. Public opinion on the subject at this stage Is divided between those wbo want fair elections and those who favor elections under the control of one par ty and of counting in Its candidates if they should fall at tbe ballot box. Goebellsm divided the Democratic party In Kentucky before the election. Its high handed cheating now will alienate many thoussnds more. Free government will be a farce If the methods of Goebel prevail. The soverlgn rights of Kentucklans will be trampled under foot for the first time in the history of the State. A so called Governor will install himself at the capital lu spite ol the fact, that another man received a large number of votes. Snch and outccroe will not be credited until the maps ot Kentucklans, thus subirlt to this portentous surrender ol the primary rights of American citizershlp St Louis G obe D. mncrat 3,500. chance of election is to throw out tbe entire vo'tc of Louisville, where the militia were used, not to intimidate voters, but merely to see that the In spectors of election were allowed to watch the proceedings and observe the count. II Goebel had any ot thi instincts of a man of honor he would scorn to accept an office by throwing out votes which he knows were prop properly Iat for bis opponent, and If Watterson had not lost all sense of shame he would have urged through tbe Courier Journal an acceptance rl the result. The trouble with Wat terson, howe7cr, is that he is a man utterly without the moral sense. He sleeps well not because he has an easy conscience, but because he has no conscience. In the emergency confronting the Democracy of Ken tucky if he were possessed of a gen uine manhood, he would rise to tbe occasion and deliver a ringing appeal to the Democrats toaccept the result, erase the stain of Goebellsm from tbe party habiliments and unite for 1900. With Goebel eliminated and forgotten, tbe Kentucky Democracy can easily win in the next election. And the sooner the dead cat of Goebellsm is buried the better It will be for all Commercial-Appeal. hands. Memphis -- SffflWJ" WmfirPOPfOSPMTSorUME,SOM 1 COD LIVER OIL f will generally correct this difficulty. If you will put from to half a teaspoonful in baby's bottle three or four I times a day you will soon see a marked improvement For larger children, from half to I a teaspoonlul, according 10 1 age, dissolved in their milk, if you so desire, will very soon show its great nourish- ? intf power. If the mother s 4 I milk does not nourish the baby, she needs the emul-- 1 sion. It will show an effect at once both upon mother and child. uc tul ti 00. all druftjcbti. one-fourth Sf OTT S riOWNE, Oimljtl, New York. "He plays well that wins.' Hood's Sarsaparllla wins the victory over di sease btcause it possesses genuine curative power. Watterson on Goebelism. Mr. Henry Watterson devoted two and a half columns ot tbe Courier-Journaeditorial space Sunday to an attempt to set himself and the paper square 'with the world on the Goebel question. The article is, however, a begging of tbe question. Neither its labored length nor its sophistry can overcome the facta that Mr. Watterson opposed tbe aud the Courier-Journpassage ot the Goebel law, because ol Its patent Iniquity and dangerous pos slblllties.and that both Watterson and were professedly the Courier-Journopposed to every principle In the Goebel platform. The paper's present! po alton is in this instance painfully that Mr. anomalous, and Watterson may employ, however pleasingly expressed, can disguise the Is now fact that tbe Courier-Journ- al lending Itself to the uses of a mscblne a.njd sacrificing all other considerations fprthesake of placing a certain man l's It Is It In Tennessee flSt MrVftttrsofl' and the Courier-- . )6ljfroaVJoppos6d' the counting out of iryjffic. It la weli remembered 1 CliVEvariln this State. What Mr. WMteYson 'nad to say in regard to that contest might be quoted against him very forcibly now. The Kentucky esse Is even a more flagrant one than that of Tennessee. The personal bitterness Was not so Intensified (n Tennessee as it Is in Kentucky, but every thlng'tbat was objectionable In the Tennessee contest is apparent In Kentucky, with Goebellsm added. 'Mr. In Watterson and the Courier-Journa- l, the defense of Goebellsm, can not so mlich as plead the poor excuse of fealty to party. They have not hesitated In elections much more lnlpor tant,so far as the pstty was concerned, to bolt both the ticket and the platform. ' TTjere are few people who will Mr. Watterson has any heart id his present position,- He has yield ed to tbe force of circumstances be could not control, and the sophistry and hollow rhetoric with, which he aecka to cover his lack of conviction betray a painful disrelish for1 the work. ville Mr. Wajterson Is not a good Banner, acton-Nash- Secretary Woodward in gold. A safe and certain monthly being absent, Alberta Greer was elected regulator. Mailed on receipt of price, In his stead. After which the pro. Murdock Curb Co , Atlanta , Ga. gram was taken up and discussed. . m The first subject, How to conduct a There Is not a Democrat, Republican recitation in History was omitted. or Populist In Breckenridge county How may the general interest in that believes Goebelism Is right tbe study of History be improved, was There are some Democrats, we are discussed by II, E. Cox and B-- G. sorry to say, wbo believe that most Cook. Prof. Cox recommending the anything is right when it comes to outline system and Biography reading, downing the Republicans. Brecken E. G. Cook suggested that you have ridge News. your pupils to tell short stories ot dif ferent characters. The subject was farther discussed by Prof. O. M. Shultz The house was then adjourned to meet at 1 p. m. House was called to order by Supt Rogers. Motion made and seconded that a committee of three be appointed to draft resolutions ot respect in rememBring me your butter and eggs. I brance of the deceased J. L. Elmore. pay highest prices. Joim Nix. Committee, Prof. Morton, Dr. Shultz and U. C. Barnett COURT NOTES. Next, general discussion on how to Improve the interest In General Readr The November term of the Ohio ing, was opened by Prof. Morton, folCircuit Court conveued Monday with lowed by U. C. Barnett, Rachel San Judge W. T. Owen on the bench aud derfur and O. M. Shultz. Commonwealth's Attorney J. B. Rowe The next Subject, Review ot Tennypresent to forward the cause ot justice son's Princess assigned to Miss Belle and to punish the violators and transMcDonal. Miss McDonald being abgressors ot tbe law. Up to tbe pressent Prof, O. M. Sbultz made a few ent no jury has been In the jury box. remarks and tbe subject was passed. The case of the Com'th. vs. Cicero Next Subject, Grammar modes, King has consumed much time and as Teachers, C W. Mosely, Dena Woodyet the court ho failed to get a jury ward and R, C. Jarnagin being absent " suitable for the attorneys on both the discussion was opened by U. C. sides, and perhaps will be most of to Barnett, followed by Mr. Young and dsy. The Commonwealth In this O M. Sbultz. case will 'be represented by Com'th Next subject, New methods in Atty. J. H. Rowe snd County Atty. Geography, Will Carson, Louanna M. L- Heavrln. The counsels for the Ford and W. C Bell belLg absent, the defendent are Messrs. R. A. Miller discussion was opened by Mr. Youug, and W. T. Bills. This will doubtless followed by Prof. Morton, U C. Barbe one of the most interesting cases nett, Z II, Shultz and others. ever tried at the Hartford bar. These Several Important questions were attorneys are men of experience and asked and answered by theassoclatlon, ability and will measure tbelr lengths Prof, O. M. Shultz suggests tbe ob. In this case. It will consume most of jective method ot teaching Geography. this term of court. Motion made and seconded to ad The following gentleman compose journ to meet the third Saturday in the grand jury for the present term: December at Narrows, Ky. L. B, Loney, foreman; II, A. Balrd, Fon Rogbrs, Ch'm'n. sheriff, J. C. Leach, Jas. Wedding, W. AtBiiRTA Grker, Sec'y. W. Loyd, W. T. Howell, J, R. Hunter, Tlce Baker, Eldy Wa.rd, Clem Maples, Chas. Baxley and Luther Render. The petit jury Is as follows: W. T. Bcan.G, W. Snell.C. R. Camp-bell- , Mm Jas M, Mclntyre, Amos Stewart, L G. Weller, V. C. Ambros, I. W. Turner, J. P. GUmore, W. M. Hndson, John E Davis, W. P. Ewell, C. C. Taylor, W. P. Metcalfe, R. V. Wells, S. S. Acton, W. II. Duke and Ira Bartlett. 1 Ladles For relief of women, Chester's ransy Tablets, worth tbelr weight of Secretary, The Hartford Bak ery keeps fresh bread, cakes and rolls every day. Lunch, hot and cold; canned goods, fruits and candies. - COMRADE H, DeLong, harabirlaln' l'nlu IUI111 Cnrta ers, St by Hoi Your Oth- Without Moral Sense. Courier-Journal- The Louisville 's pluralities for Goebel have been grad ually dwindling until they have dis appeared altogether When the plurality got down to one vote it was easy to see that It could not stand out long, That paper on Saturday prepared an other table which showed a plurality ol 261 for Taylor, but this table is in many respects the craziest compilation of figures we have ever seen. In the first place, Jefhrson county, In which the city ol Louisville is situated, Is lclt out, and Goebel is given, the 1,198 votes in Nelson county which were actually cast for W. S Taylor, but which were mistakenly certified to have bren, cast for W. T. Taylor Of 'course, any person with a grain of In telllgrnce or tbe tiniest sense ol lair play flouUl, know that a candidate could TioHbse these votes simply be SPINAL Praam-f- or tfatlf' P!1"' AUilruftUUMll'emrorttVs- - cause there wss a typographical error wiAKMktM. her continually tor nine years. We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from any of them. One dav we saw an advertisement of this medicine and thought of trying it, which we did with the best ol satisfaction. She has used only one bottle and her shoulder Is almost well. Adolph L. MUlett. Manchester, N. H. For sale m by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro, lain's Pain Balm, with good results, for a lame shoulder that has paiued My wife has been using Chamber- ot Bchujterrllle. N. Y who uw.1 tn lunteera. haa Oompanr E. 6th Vermont other foe to battle with after from tho lata war. Ho recenUj nrotet Mlnutoa of Toaohors' olatlon. Asao-- ' !" Tbe Ohio County Teachers' Association met In the Buford District Saturday, November 18, 1899, House was called to order by Supt. Rogers. Opening exercises conducted by Prof, Morton, by reading tbe third chapter ol Proverbs. A hearty welcome wss extended by Mr. Howatd. The next la order was the election 1 "I have uxd Dr.Mlla' Restorative Ntrvint for ntrvousnua brought oo by tht toe of tobacco and too dote application to (noises, b gave me prompt relief without laving soy unpluuat effedj. The remit was bcntficU! and luting. I heartily tniooc tt." Norvlno Vf.mn (MM U iol4 by all druggUti on euanatee, firit bottle, bcucfita or money back. Book oo heart and nerves sent tree. miLET Rmmtormtivm DR. CempMjf, EUtort, M4, ii iwm miiw i.) ipijiin iupmjm HOME CURE FOR BLOOD POISON. tllBhtest doubt that the Thfri- - la not good In treating Contagious Blood Potion; many victims of this loathsome disease wonld be much better Patchwork; You Can off If they had never allowed theni rpIvpi tn Im dosed on morcurv nnd notash. the only remedies which tho doctors ever give for Gun Yourself at Homo. blood poison. rne aociori are wnoiiy unayio hj kv" ui this tile poison, and only attempt to heal up the outward appearance of the disease the sores and eruptions. This thoy do by driving the poison into the system, and endoavor to keep it shut In with their constant doses of poash and mercury Tho mouth nnd throat and tither delicote parts then break out Into sores, and the flght Is continued Indefinitely, the drugs doing the system more damage than tne disease wen. Mr. H. I Myers, 100 Mulberry St., Newark. W. J sayn "I had,pent a hundred dollars with the dootors, when I realised that they could do in. no good. I had large spots all over my sores, b:dr, and theie loon broke out Into running disease and I endured all the suffering which this vile decided to try B. 8. 8. as a last resort, and was I soon greatly Improved. I followed closely your 'Dlreo ion. rn n.lt Trpnimpfit ' and the larse solotches on mV chest began to grow paler and smaller, and before lend disappeared entirely. I was soon cured perfectly and my lf skin has'been as clear as glass ever since. I cured at home, otter the doctors had failed completely." is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors It to cure Oontasloua Blood Poison, for the disease is bo- - Hartford Republican. FRIDAY. NOVUM PER 24 A LITERARY CURIOSITY. An Extraordinary Chance For a Bright Man to Soouro a Stoady Position the Yoar Around In Hartford And Vicinity. Dear Editor We want a clothing salesman to take outers for men's ous-to- m suits, panta, overcoats and ulsters in Hartford and adjoining towns and country. Any good, bright inan.especisllyif lit lias experience ns a salosman in a store, agricultural implement house or wlieru ho has coin) in contact witli people, as solicitor for tailoring, stork or other goods can make big money with our lino lie ear around ; hut any good,liright inuii, even without previous experience, can make tlDO.OO a month and fXpeiiBfs with the big outfit we furnish Ii! in and tlto opportunity wo givo him it ha will devnte his time to the wj'k ; or, if no can get a good man in Hartford vlinsBtlinols partly taken up with other work and who can devote his spare time to our line, oven if only nn hour or so a day, ho will do exceedingly well with our agency. We have men in real estate, loan,le-ga- l, lumber, grain, railroad, express, anil other business who give their spare liino to our lino with big results. No experience is absolutely necessary, no capital required. We furnish a complete line of cloth samples ami stationery; havu no comcanmission plan, no vass, no catchy conditions, hut offer u rare opportunity for some man in vicinity to seoure high gratia employment at big wages. We are the largest tailors in America. We mako to measure over 300,-0suits annually. We occupy entire one of the largest business blocks in Chicago. We refer to the Corn Exchange National Dank in Chicago, any express or railroad company in Chicago or any resident of this city. We buy our cloth direct from tho largest European and American mills we operate the most extensive nnd economic custom tailoring plant in existenco, and wo reduce tho pricoof suits and o orcout. to from 15 00 to 18.00 mostly ih tn $10 prices so low that nearly everybody will bo glad lo have their and will garments give our agent their orders. We will furnish a good agent n hound book large and liandso-nelcontaining large cloth samples of our Mitiro line of suits, pantaloons, tn etc.,a book which costs us several dollars; also fine "olored fashion plates, tape measure, business cards, stationery, advertising matter and a rubber stamp witli name and address and pad complete, !ho an instruction book,wIiich makes it easy for anyone to take orders and conduct a profitable business. We will also furnish net confidential price list. Agent can take orders aud send them to us and ue will mako the garments within five daysand soihI direct to agent's customer by express C O. D., subject to examination and approval, collect the ageiit's full selling price and every week e will send the agent our check for all his profit. The agent need collect no money and deliver no goods, simply go on taking orders at r. liberal profit. Wo deliver thegoods and collect nil the money and every week promptly send him in one round check his full piofit for the weekend nearly all our agents get a check from us of at least $ 10.00 eory week of the year. We will make no charge for tho book bnd complete outfit.luit, as tho outfit costs us several dollars, it is necessary to protect ourselves against anyone'who would impobo upon us by sending for the outfit with no intention of working,but merely out of idle curiosity, therefore, we will ask as a guarantee of good faitli on the part of the reader who decides tolake up this work, that he cut this articlo out and mail to us, with the understanding that tho big book and complete outfit will ho sent to him by express, he to pay the express agent $1.00 and express charges for the outfit, with tho distinct understanding that wo will refund thotl.00 as soon as his orders have amounted to (20, which amount of orders lie can take the very first day. Don't compare this witli any catchy offers made to got your $1.00. The genuineness of our offer and our reliability aro proven by the bank reference referred to above, or you can easily find out by writing to anyone in Chicago to call on us. This is a rare chance for somo man in Hartford or vicinity, to take up a work it onco that witli reasonable effort on his part is sure to net him from $5.00 to $10.00 a day from the start, and we trust that from among your many readers we will be able to get a few good representatives in Hartford unci adjoining towns. Cut this notice out and mail to tho AMKIUCAN WOOLEN MILLS CO., West Side Enterprise UiiililinL', Chicago, III., mul tho hook mid agent's complete outfit will ho sent to you at once, you to pay $1.00 and express charges when received, tlie l.mtii ho returned to vou when vour orden 10 amount to Vio 00. mado-to-ineas- ure hotiso-to-liouso 00 ire re, VSB9u88S9ii It Will bo Fllod Away Among tho Stato Arohlvoa. The State tax commission has been in receipt of numerous literary cutiosities since It went into office but none ol them can come up to the following which is to be preserved among the archives ol the Stite: Doord of Stot Trtxs Conitnrssion-ti-DeSir In Reply to youns of 28th of septeni ber forme to Cnppy Moittjaget'ln thl odious front 85 to this piemti t tiiu vll stot i leant undettnk that work. and yo StiiTooto bk i am to w.k a' Wh Van copping; Deeds hav part ol an villi ft city plats t copper for de addetor genetal & her I in a Hotry II I ihuld ylt situ one & sot hi em to work copping murtgatto it wold prapes cist me 5 a pta & I cant see enny good reason n mat should forstcoppe 4 5 Hundied Dtrdi lor Notion then pay money out fnt copping mortpages that would bet worst then whrn I served in the Old army for to 00 per mont & had sometime to foridge our own leaving or goo vet oat Eating. El the Stot Ad di'.ots ran pay 2 i cent for copplni tnortgHgcs i should tink the cul I pa) for copping Deeds if the Stot ol Mich igan has com to this that it has has tn hav soo raanny tings done for noting whee had bettet shot up shop yours trully. ar 1 Bmri tha of 'the Doctors' doctors do more harm than y UON COFFEE Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. 1 Best Coffee for the Honey I .Try LION COFFGI3 nnd you will never use any other. It Is absolutely puro Coffee and nothing but Coffee. ftt 1 pro-duo- fePl M$r Those articles mailed FREE in exohaago for lion heads out from front ofx lb. WON COFFEE pkgs. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or dents). Stnt by tiprats tcnarras Uon ntaadt and a aUmp. A I mwl; I'M Fancy Qold Ring. lion beads and a etnnlnRabyStttlB coin Ring. 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Sash-Be- lt or as a for cuff pins, ornamental back. Nickel mofemeuts, escapement full? Jeweled Tht famous "Knlckttt Solid case, with Olrsa fee S Ilea heads cat trees Uea Cef. fee wrapper and a 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 Country product taken at the highest market price in exest. to sell goods as cheap as the cheapchange for goods. Oe Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E Hart, ol Groton, S D. "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs; cough set in and finally Four terminated in Consumption. Doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave mysell up to my Savior, determined it I could not stay with my fiiends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to gtt Dr King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank Gcd, I am saved and now a well and healthy woman " Trial bottles free at I. H. Williams' Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and ft. 00. Guaranteed or price refunded. The attempt on the part ol certain Democratic newspapers to get a Tariff fight onto the bills for 1900 will fail. The country has seen and heard enough of "Tariff Reform" since the experience with the Wilton law Anti expansion seems to be the only issue lelt to them, and that is not a popular one. Port Huron (Mich.) and Duckla. sralstmeasare when Madlar. Ladles' Watch Chain. A doot.Io strand of best tllk cord, united at Intcrrals with colored beads , neat and For IS Ilea beads and a eubstantlaL stamp. stfllih able. A pair of these hatvdkor. chlsls given fee IS Um betdt cat .rata Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c. sump. Itched html!and dur- PlJilliVll Mention roar Children'. Picture Book. Kltlrep Watch. nailed free fee VO lion heads and a Mailed free lor IS lion heads cut freea stamp. Uon Geffee wrappers and a Latest style ol Imported black Swiss gros-gra-ln rl&bnn beltlnet stylish Imitation oildltod Hirer buckle I neat, strong and fathlooabte. ceiet-rate- d dent's Silver Napkln-Rln- g. stamp. Tht " Inger-soil- " d watch. and nickel-plsted case! each watch accompanied by guarantee of the maker. A reliable 3I f1 Century SMpApse'Talu Olvsn ferlOllsn beads and a staasp. large tetgni of IM2S Inches. roe If lion heads aad 1 cms we wul stud U Uansd rtadr for taaglag- - hlghtr aillitic picture, that will grace thaflucldraw. Ing room Tht background of roTaldark'blue an furnishes appropriate contrast to tht little girl and herwhlie Ijut-e- r lilies. Site, sortment. nlcelrllthngra plied cneer We have dlRerenl looks, so jrou can gel au as- IHustroted and with Flower Picture. For IS lion beads and a 2cent stamp. Neat aud substantial, Madeofdur able metal, heasIlT silver-plate- d Two diOerent patterns. Coin-Purs- Cook-Boo- k. Ladles' Pocket-Boo- k. e. For IS lion heads and etanm. Color. l dark brown Mado of nno KM Irather. chamois lining, nickeled frame, with strong Large site and latest shspe. Illack teal grain leather, with Are separate dtslslons,lnciudlnt. a tuck pocket with able nuking reeclpu. also treatise onthelatnrof the kitchen, 3 5 j . room.iaanarr..ci. dining flap to hold TleltinsT cards secure. Olven for IS Hon heeds from Lien Coffee wrapper room, and reroeilles , for the more com J c roondUeaiem. (llvtntoc IS lion fatsMn. : - For 8 lion beads and a 2C sump. Aineriran lleautr ltnsrs snd rsf- Site. 11x21 Inches. lirlghl and artistic colortng. "The Dancing Lesson." VTJZ The'Tsjf Opener "i and a 2c stamp. J. Pocket-Knlf- e. Ladles' Table Cover. Pen-Knif- e. Per IS lion heads cut from Uon Coffee wrappers and 2c. sump. Large site, gnml mar terial , handles and assorted colon. decorated A XVS-3CiA..fc- "111111 washing S3 Ini hes luiusre. Including fAne, frlngvd border Mslled fret for 23 lion beads tad a 2c. stamp. jAjHaaaPiisaBVYTO Jlpt CSlaaBaK 'daatraaASairC iaaaaaafv vBssapsaVaj T" frffBMF'i iH dark colored mslerlal that will stand Durable, Boys' Strong, sharp blade . For 1 3 bandit. lion brads snd a 2c stamp. LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Union Depot, Seventh and finer. & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, 222 Fourth Avenue. The green grass and trees, the little brown kitten and the gill's snow white dress forma jl aslng coulinationof col Indies, nsllsd free for ors Plso 8 lion beads and a sUiup. aaaaaaaaaaaaammaaTswassTFsTJI IlllsfS n3l 2nt "Times." Louisville to St. Louis & West, St. Louis to Louisville & East No. 45. No. 41. No 44 No. 46 8:55p m Leave Louisville 7:37a m 8:40a m S.35P m Leave St Louis ' Owensboro 11:40a m u:58p in " Mt.Vernon 12:23am n:38p m ' Henderson I2!45p in 13:55a m " Evansville 2:i3P ni 2:35a ru " Evansville 1:151 m 1:35am " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10a m " Owensboro 1114:17pm m " Mt.Vernon, 3:44pm 4:29a 4:00a m m Arrive St Louis 7.3-t7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45P n 7:30a m p Spain's Greatest Nood. Mr. R. P Ollvia.ot Barctlona.Spain, spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head. On using Electric Bitters, America's greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon lelt him. He says this grand medicine is what his country needs AH America knows that it cures liver ind kidney trouble, purifies the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new life into every muscle, nerve and organ of the body. If weak, tired or ailing you need it. Every bottle guaranteed, s, only 50 cents. Sold by J. H. Druggist. Will-lam- ' THO ABOVE! ARO ONLY A FEW OP TTID UON COFTCrj PREMIUMS. Another list win shortly appear In this paper I Don't rats It I The grandest list of premiums tflsred I esr IMPORTANT NOTICE. 'Wli-Hend your letter In th stme trnvtr or wfltlntr lor prtfiitiifiif puckast with th Hon head. If more than ISIJon htjdi yotiCAii by ttimmtof down th margin. Atk your groctr lorUrgt av IlluitratoJ premium II t. Ad4rwJ all litter la Vou atw ay knew LION COFFEB by the wrtrper. It Is a sealed pack, tge, with tht lion's head In front. It Is atuoluttly part If the package U unbroken. LION COITEC Is routed the day II learea the factory. ili;i ttrnt, WOOLSON SHOE CO., Toledo, Ohio, If j x.oTrxervrx.x.33 Leave Louisville " Hawesvllle. 11 Owensboro. " Henderson. Arrive Evansville No. 41 7:37a m . . . 10:43a m . . . 11:40am . . . I2!45p m . . . 1:15pm to trw. ttottsx.s.s. No. 43 4.5op m 8:o4p m CATARRH CAN BE CURED. xo-o- r V 9:i8p m n:o8p m 11:58pm 12:55a m 1:25am No. 45 Tho 9:05pm io:iop m 10:40pm MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURE. IT GOES TO EVERY PART. aURE. SAFE AND PLEASANT. Por years has tbe medical fraternity. sought a reliable and sure cure fnrCa tarrh In tbis endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been oflered to a auOetinp; public, and tbe health of thousands have been completely ruined by taking them, these various compounds causing the worst forms ( f Dyspepsia. Sprays and ointments are also worthless, as it is impossible to reach tbe affected parts in this manner. MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURE is a new and scientific preparation and is to be smoked in a pipe, tlitieby tbe lumes and smoke going over the entire nystrra aOected by tbe disease It relieves instantly the worst 1 irms ol Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay fever, Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh, no mutter what shape, and cutes when treatment is continued for leasonable time. No matter how little you are aflVcted, don't delay treatment. Catarrh comes olten Irnui simple colds. Like all new and valutble preparations you will find others faylncr theirs are ju-- t as good Hewnicr,! Iiiiiutlons, as they .tre woithless CoTWE ONt.Y ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to my address, prepaid, on receipt ul price Put up in tin boxes. $l.oo per MURDOCK CURE CO., box ; treatment fir 3 days ati.a.nta, oa. 1 yS Smith Premier Tabulating and lilfecUvt lieis -- Central Uh RflUTB TO nEST AND MOST Billing Machine. Memphis, New Orleans t'AMIOIINlA. Gas Lighted Veatlbuled Tnuui with Cate Cars, Pullman tileeix.rsand Free Reclining Cbair Can to Memphis and New Orleaus. Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis villo every Thursday night, and runs through toCalilornin via New Orleans and the South Paciilo Sunset Route. Double berth rate rom Louisville to San Francisco only SO 50; proportionately low ratt'H to Intermediate poluts. iliKAMtAft, -.' rof ULAR An Ever Ready,... A 1.1. Ti:xtn, nhxicu I'II.TH IN AND EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. No. 42 No. 44 No. 46 Leave Evansville 6:50a m 2:2op m 2:45a ra " Henderson S..46P m 7:15a m 3:10a m " Owensboro 8:18a m 4:00a m 3.44P m 11 Hawesvllle 4.4op m 9:17a m 4:50a m Arrive Louisville m 7:45pm It is evident that William Jennings 7:30a m AUJtrnlds run through solid to Evansville. Through Parlor Cars and Pull-- , Bryan knows prosperity when he man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 41 and 42 meets it. He has stopped making connect at Irvington for Fordsville & Hardinsburrr daily. 36 calamity and hard times speeches and is trying to tool the people now on an entirely different line. Indianapolis .... .... .... .... .... Tla and Laker String Derlct ...for Premier Ustra. "Journal." It goes to every part Murdock Catarrh Cure. It cures Colds, lUy Fever and all forms of Catarrh. Price $1. mailed on receipt ol price. See advertisement, tl Murdock Curb Co , Atlanta, Ga. There are fine large layers of pros perlty fat on the American Thanks-givin- g turkey this year. The noble bird was never woitblerof his destiny than he is this stason. New York "Mail and Express." D.ctl iy Slmpllflet BUI Msklns; and wrltlnf fljures of different dsoomlnaUons In cefumna. It In no way Interferet with tbt typewriter for usual lines ol work. sea ret etaemmve Tsaviarea eaTSkoaut- Tha Smith Premier Typewriter Co. Tho Truo Winter Ttouto to Calitornla. No Blizzards, Cold Worffhor Snow Dlookade8. Fur particulars write to J. II. Mol- 2l5 5th St. Lout vlllo, Ey -- TRANSFEKLINE GRDVE 23BTT773Er HAr.TrOnD JL2.TZ2 9-A- dole riiorniETOite- - ly slrlllsh NolUiera lis Africa. KL"S2-- . It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride alt day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafo Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated In a Urge revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you, you can enjoy as much freedom and esse as you please. If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch. The ladles will delight In the splendid ladles' lounging room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and its roomy dressing You can have your meals In this car at any hour room adjoining. you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steal or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long as you please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. Itstrainsruntbroughfrom Cairo TheCottouDe1tltthedlrNt.u.etoTtus and Memphis to Texas without change IHreet connections are made st Its Junctions for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the Far Went. Writ and tell ua m here yon are going and when you will leave, and we will tell you what your ticket will cost, which train to tnka to mako tha Uut time and connection!, tod will send you an Interesting little boukM, "1 TIM lOtlUl" I. f . lilUtlt, Oil Nil'r us TIL lit., ST. LOUIS, UO. V. Capt. C. G Dennison is well known all over Africa as commander of the forces that captured the lamous rebel Gallshe Under date ol Nov 4 1847, tie Bechuanaland, from Vryburg, writes: "Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quanltynl Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men, and in every case it proved most beneficial," For sale by Z, Wayne UrllUn & Uro. m I A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. VEHICLES lis, Traveling Passenger Agent tor C II R , Louisville, Ky. Also sk him to tend you a. enpv of the South eru Homo Seekers Guide, which Is replete with interesting Information concerning tho Southern territory. It will be mailed to you free. Oa the first and third Tuesdays ot each month Homo Seekers' tickets are sold to Southern and Southwestern points al Special Low Rates, good to return within twentyv.no days from tin to of sale. Liberal Mop-ovarrangements. er A. H HANSON, G. P. A., CillOAdO, lLI.INI'18 W. A. Kellond, A. O, P. A Louisville, Ky. SAVE MOHiY! You can save 10 to 15 mataaaalSL MHlHHBL aaaaa. Wsa'ismtlff . 'MmmaLfCt'" aaaaV kvsPw. B'Y ah. llrstts witli yos wbsaBtr ,. i - iitlnw tas. .,,. aa.l a.Ha, aaraiBtvi a, rtoiQTs. IB d.sir tvr tobsevo, wltii. aaST A BBBBBB ou.DrTwu.ui.trHjip tisnif-Vatt- fj rrasa7 IIOS, f Uri-- S iSS HlaM f '"V'Tri 1 1 a. a. tsal. mj.. m..-- w .kr. Ci. It Burns Easily. There is a great difference in the, way fuel Is burnt', Put a green stick in the stove and then a similar piece alter the sap or water has been evaporated from it, Ot course you know one burns much more teadlly than the other. It Is just so with the fuel which we take into the body In the form ot food. Of all known fata and oils, cod liver oil heads the list In tbe ease with which it If oxidized or burned up. In Scott'a Emulsion yon ' get this food tree odor and taste. All delicate children should take It, for It glves'rtbem rich blood, strong muscles and keeps them plump and hearty. eSSs3sieBSSSSSs"5.: he Southern Tkninh tlalil per cent by buying your iltffc tl.'liWtaf ?? afTTl -- vuvn am. M ow trselit. i,'ii a4TsJNIll Railway. $ (?) Uriiliiehs. VlrjfliilH.rlniiilH mm aVianl. NHll tut , SoMtrii Stalti a - ) ; 1 a..'., .an.ian.n, HruM-iM- a.. -- a . , 4J Lumbor, sash, doors, shingles and building material at tho Cornor ot Inglo and 7th Bts. I hnve ont1 ol thebttt affoitments pf Choice Lumber in the State, Mtid can m keit tin ol j.ct to yt u to obtain price for your lumber (Ji'.trKlN, 6463 Miles a. HcvMlR. TriT. rati'f KL, Hi Csliaili lilltuf. INIISYIUI. IT. (Hi A Business Ijdueeitrori Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life Tills being concerted it is of first Importance to get youi training at the school thnt stands in the very front rank. Time Duly Trnlnr Httwtcn I ouisvlUemi'i l.x Inn ton Ol.Tiv.ition Cli ilr Crn. Trains Icve unit ar rive Louidvillefrtiiii Seventh Street Union Depot connecting with trains of L II & St I. Railway Por I"fortuatmn, Artdtm i 3 H '" to'help piy any bad ' I sell Htrictly lur Cath, which me.ina that you will not have bilM when you huv here. ) 7J J.M.CUI.I, W.A.TimiJ, Seven experienced techer,..acli one a specialist In Mrn.Pitka.tgi Trial N'lf'r. hi line Giadnteol this college preferred by bus). SHORTHAND wAMii.iQvo.x.n r. J TELEGRAPHY, nea houses Write for a beautiful book pivlng tes$ timonials Irotu graduates occupying prominent positions all over the Ooaraatead tobacco tot fllijr Cuts. srsas babll curt, make 28 United States it will be mailed to you l'KEK. rata ttroiu, lluo4 vur. Ma, f 1. All dr uut All dtutiUU Mil Dr, JslW ralsi PUU. BOOK-KEKIMN- THE BRYANT &STRATrON BUStNESb COLLEGE, i.oui.tvii.i.r:, i(i:6iiti(Y. ) I. Whidoi, t. Win. K. Wot, . T. L. 216 4th 11., G. fttMt, ifd. Assistant P. A.,'t.iirsiitl,r" THEO. E RECTI1T, Dealer In all kinds ot Building Material, Our fee returned If we fall. Any one sending; sketch alul descrlplloa of any Invention will firomptty receive our opinion fret concerning ol same. "How to obtain a OaLiTU, Ills., Wot. m, WW. Talent" sent upon request. I'atents secured Paris sfedlclat Co., HI, LouU.Uo. Oentlement We suld last jresr. SQ0 bottles of through us advertised for sale at our espeitse. I'ateuts tsl.ru out through us recti, e ieefal TASTKI.KH8 CHILI. TON 10 and hart OllOVK-liousDt tnree irrvsa ajresar uaiJi.Tra in bis tirax BOlff.wllhoutchnrge, in tub 1'atkht Klcosd, n tb druij builntui. bT Dai rltact) o( ll an Illustrated and widely circulated Journal, hoi-atold an artlela iom ? iuca umTflnlittUU- - consulted by Manufaturers and Investors. lOUTiUTJiy, Utiwa m your Tyato. Head for sample copy FREE. Additss, A CO. IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE eoots. CHILL TONIC M. ADir,CA TASTELESS Titrantfoiitoenrp atataweay ,, uawa.ll i,( , cure.-, orwornfasai. mntior. , , pf tf ( )Ts For sale by J, H, Williams. VIQTOR (risfeiKAfforncyt,) J. CVAN8 A OO. fvsnsBulldln(, WASHINGTON, D, o. gpeSgB.SsggS1lj le. f ATNT.gaX7'T31aTL.17.. - - XTVTT!. COKNKH HUVKNTIt AND INULK MrHCbTH. ununo tats 1 s all STmptuaat remoT-at least Testimonials and TH SATS treatraeat free, Set. M. H. MHst'I mm. Box X. AUaata, (at. satiiiaisi?s er npu.M ll s.s TsBWsl uaU, U4. and Watsksy I asttt cured al home v h- qui pain tleuUnt sent It'tHf. vlass, lot MarU rnor St J