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I O ubb1ng FLateaTb Hartford Itepabllenn and LonltTllle Commrrrlal one year 10ltTwInAwrfk CourierJournal 111 InallVlIle Dispatch 16Nw York Tribune 125 llomeand Farm 125 Toledo Ohio IliAd IGHt oil iloiaiobeIfeinocrnt lroNw York TrlWwkly Trlliunv 17 1UllblITllo1 CainmeirlalAppnil 225 I Fine Job Worka OFFICIAL URBAN OF THE PART IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL 1 a year XIII KY FRIDAY 21 1900 No 9 HUGHES Palatable I Bottorthan CalomolQulnlno Tho Old Hollablo Excollont Gonoral Tonlo as well as A Suro Cure for CHILLS and FEVER IT NEVER Just what you need at this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed by Dtugghts Dont take any substitute- S Soc and Jit Bottles 38 lPaI J S9lO tJn M L HEAVllIN at Law HARTFORD KY win lrftrtk hi 1 r41un In Ul the mart nt artoAIIIHP j EUNfSlWOODWAUDI ATTOKNEY AT LAW IIWIIIItlrunntv ami unit iI Prompt an mrrrnl ron MiTftU iii rtrin nil bnslnnui entrusted tu him vairwndrnt Telephone In ntlcv C E SMITH ATTOKNKY AT LAW iiAitrroitit ItT Win prartlr liU pruffMlon In all tb ronrte of Ohio BDI adlolnliiRruanttainndloiirtuI Apixiils Hiwrlnl attention irlren to nil bn lnfM ntrnivO tn Im rare IIBw In Co Atty oBl In ronrlbonse F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW 1IAIIT 4UII KY Will practice In the nmils ol Ohio eonntynnd Court ol Approl Prompt attention ulren to all baslneM entrusted to his rare Office In Herald building A C TAYLOR ATTORNEY AT LAW HAiiTrono Kv sAl attention irtrea to all baslnnw entrust ed to hi carr Ornc la J E at Law hARTFORD Ky Will practice bli prufJun In Ohio nnd adjoin 0zgtouutk tlptaIiittnUon ri no to all toLl rare of S P AT LA W wontHnaIIr ItS FTL1t15TpWIll lir1tk hU protmilon Oblo and adJolnlnnroontM nndfonrtol Apl il Hperlal attention Klrrn to roiltvtlonn JO ON P ATTORNEY AT LAWsiiAitrroui litII lalIIUon ithcn to nil bum M tntruit sto bU rnra Drrca In rourthony SHELBY TAY LOU- I1TTORJVBY AT LAW HARTFORD KY WnipriuUrabl rurloo In nil tbo rontnof Oblonnd adjoining Kporlal attrntlon bankripujr C M BARoNET ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will prnctlcbIs profnulon In nil thocoarUof Ohio and niljolnlnit ronntlM K lital ntteDtionnwill be give n to all banlunu cntrnited Collections n pnlalry JNO B WILSONmATTORNEY AT LAWtHARTFORD KY lpcclal attentIon Rinll to collctInna mnktnga abitrneta 4r nlio Notary 1nblle fur ty Offlre north lde public scnnr 0 HARVEY W PRUDENu ATTORNEY AT LAW llAIlTPOUn KENTUCKY Will prnctlra his profowlon In Ohio nod adjoin OK conntlr Office In ItcrcRUriH bnlldlnK E P at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hit profHulon In nil the courts of I Kentucky tiieclal nttrntlon dreu to collMtlon Mttlrnirntut dnrdrnts Mtatni rond CHUM nnd criminal practice limN upstairs Irlffln blockI fiJsATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAW HARTFORD KY will pnwtlw hU profouton In nil the court ol Ohio and ndjolntntr unit the Court ot Alo1 peal Prompt attention riTrn to all bn entrnited to him Office In lurcoucjtK building iRAttorney at Law HARTFORD Kv Will practice till prottweton III theconrtnol Ohio and adjoining countIes Also Notary roMlf I i t RIIThrangh Ithlbt limit Boutbirn Htn tw- KENfUOKYTKNNfcSS E SoUthI CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAUOL1NAGIOt- GIA and MISSISSIPPII a i463 Silica Three unity Train He tween Iinln a Till and I ilnxton Otwertatlon clinic Car TrIns and nrrlTeXonlitvllle front Hennth Htreet Union Vepot counseling wltb tqlno III Im llllnoU Central Ilnllroad i ij It gt U K n For Inlormatlon nddrcu A Wnxonx 1 T A SW fib Au TonUtlllc- Wu j1TAyLocAknlatntO I A IonUvlllo j 5ftcLrTramnMrWftllblnglonv A Tent Un THE HARTFORD R PUBLICAN DmBICrSubscription IVOL WILL FIGHT GOEBELISM Brown Domoorats Want tho Election Law Repealed Tolls of the Strong FeollpR In tho Ranks The Drown Democrats will keep up the fight ugalntt Goebclism even II the Gotbtl low is repealed and aSaI law tulMlliiU for it This is Lb statement tf hot Arthur Wai lace ol tills city tX assistant district attorney anti one of the moM prominent unit in Brown dtiuocMtic counsels I v is started unic Wilt lljo in a hal Uoebel or gnu that II R lair election law were pasted it the pecUI ccusion the Drown Democrats might withdraw their addrcssrnquesting members o the organization to support lion John W Yerkes and might fall It line with the regular democrats Mr Wallace days that the Drown democrats has no such intention They are fighting for a principle Mr Beckham he says represents Goebellsm and as its representative can be supported honestly by no Brown democrat The repeal of the election law and the enactment of a 1fllir law Is one of the things which Brown democrats desire but they also drslre hnneMy in politics By defeating HixUinm tar governor i they will be taking a big step in directionYou tbatI can say said Mr that until the mountains come to Mahomet until the moon turns to green cheese and the world comes to an end the Drown democrats will not support Mr Beckham Mr Wallace says that tbe Brown Democratic Committee will probably open Its headquarters in this city next week Secretary M II Guer rant the Brown Democratic Committee will be in charge THEY WILL TAI TIIK STUMP Three prominent former democrats will take the stump fur the Repub lican state campaign committee Secretary George W Long chairman f tbe speakers bureau of the coin mittee received letters yesterday orn Judge W M Bcckner of Winchester and Mr John T Bashaw ol this city tendering their services to the committee Judge W II Yost Greenville another prominent former Democrat tendered his services some time ago and they were accepted Ills first speaking ap olutment will beat hU home town I on Monday September 24 Judge Beckner is one the mcst esteemed members of the legal pro- ession In the state lie is univer ally respected by men of all parties Mr Bashaw is one of the leading law ers of Louisville and Judge Yost oc cupies a similar position in southern Kentucky At one time be was a judge of the old superior court hold- Ing the position until that tribunal was icousilldated with the coutt of- ppeals PliLlOIlTKD WITH OUTLOOK lion John W Yerkes who is stay ing at the Gait house is now thor oughly rested and fully prepared to take up again his just crusade against Gobdism and all the evils which that ame repiesents Ills next peak- Ing date Is at Klizibethtown He will leave over the L N this orning at 815 Mr Yerkes initial rip which endedat Hardinsburg Wednesday was a glowing sncoess nd he views it with pleasure The territory through which heltraveled has been in the past true to the dem party but according to DrI A PcHecl Balance I I Ifinin a sound body A weak or sickly body tends to drag down j the mind to its own level Keep j the body In health and the win take care of itself Tire health f the body depends mainly on two things A and lUre blood Dr Fierces Golden Med cal Discovery preserves the bal lice of health because it makes the stomach strong and the blood pure reople who had not hall a d y years nervous of body perfectly Medical Discovery During the summer and fall of 1896 I etmme run down wrllrs Charles If lkfKtlol iq oflaln City MadIson Co Ohio nehea were out of order and stom nch was out of order I wrote to Doctor generaldebility I ocuIaiused ala bottles and have not taken medicine of any kind and haoc tm altt U watt day My appetite Is good I do that burning n the stomach after eotltig and my blood ioodItape I Dr Pierco Med- Ical Adviser Covers UaentyVrv ou of ar one cent stamps to expense of DiallIng- only Dr PrerceBuualoNY James who traveled with Mr Yer I kes the signs tell a different story The enthusiasm with which crowdrYerites was received the which gathered to hear his speeches and their manifested endorsement of his statements was enough to war rant tbe Republican leaders In Hi cities visited In feeling assured that o safe Republican majorIty would be polled there andeam the outlook lor the coming election The cities and towns I have have been for the most part democrat strongholds but I found there a spirit of determination to have a free ballot and a fair count which I could hardly and In fact did not expect to find If the enthusiasm throughout Imy tf Ip Is as great as it baa been in Initial trip I see no reason to InIEczema Itching Humor5 Plm plos Curod by B B B JHolfle Free to Wnirerem Does your skin Itch and Burn Dis trcsslng Eruptions on the Skin so you feel ashamed to be seen In company Do scabs and Scales form on tbe skin i Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema i ISkin Sore and Cracked Rash form I on the Skin Prickling Palo in the 1 Skin Boils Pimples none Pain Swollen JoInU Falling Hair AU Run Down Skin Pair Old Sorer Eating Sores Ulcer To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal Itching of eczema to slop forever the skin to become clear IRnd the breath sweet B B B is just tbe remedy you have been look j ing for Thoroughly tested for 30 4 years Our readers are advised to try B B B For sale by drngglstsat 1 I per large bottle six large bottles full treatment 5 Be sure the bottle Completedirections ferers may test it a trial bottle givenI away Write for It Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and Free Personal medlIcal advice given 2j Scriptural Warnings for Bry anltos Behold I will deliver thine enemy into thine band that thou mayest do to him as it shall seem good unto theeThe heathen are sunk down in the pit that they made in the net which they held Is their own foot takenIHe multlplieth words without knowledge Who is this that darken cth counsel by words without kuowl edgeFor promotion cometh neither from the East nor from the West norI from the South Wisdom is the principal thing therefore get wisdom and with all thy getting get understanding lie that hath knowledge spareth his words even n fool when he hold tth his peace is counted wiseiWhoso dlggeth a pit shall fall Woe unto them that call evil good and good evil Stand ye at the ways and see and ask for the old paths where isjbe gocd way and walk therein Ameud your ways and your doI Ings And one of the chamberlains said bclore the king Behold also the galI lows fifty cubitahlgh which Haman had made for Mordecai standttu 10I the house ol Haman Then the ktngI tsaidhanged Haman on the gallowa that heI had prepared for Mordecai He shall be busied with the burialI of an ass Indianapolis Journal Labor Conditions The New York Herald has made what it claims is a cartful and impar t tial investigation in all the avenues of available information regarding the labor conditions of today and sum i nmtizfs the results as follows Bctttr than 1892 Wages increased and army of idle reduced since 1896 For the 1890 census 322000 con cerns reported 4 476 884 employed Additional schedules to the uuruber of 201000 up to date this census in dicate nn army of more than 7000 000 wntkers The American Federation which is rued 258 charters to hiw trades union in 1896 will issue 90 this year Scattering returns to the depaltI went ol labor show general Improvement in earnings and number em pin ed I Had to SOD the Boss Jonesl say Jim will you go with us down to the shore tomorrow iilnht Well get back soon alter la oclock I guess Brown I should like to go and I dont know but twill I cant tell you positively just nowIJonesI understand You want to ask your wife Brown No such thing I want toi ask the janitor if he is willing I live in nn apartment houfe you reImember Boston Transcript IS READY FOR THE FRAY J Honost Election Democratictf PartyOpons Headquarters ft Convinced Thy Do Not Intend T The Honest Election party Is tow prepared to wage a vigorous and eflective State campaign The organization is intact and It wi- I bpush things III behalf oi a free ballot effortdnow in control ol the Democratic party of Kentucky The organization was brought Into existence to preserve the tights oi the tree people oi the State and it does not intend to give up the fight until the purpose has been ac complished It is clearly seen fllat rIts mission is more than a fight IIagainst the Goebel election law It Is for a fair election law and will stand by any measure that has a sew blance of fairness end nonpartisan s ship In it but itls clearly demonstrat ed that however laira law may be that is enacted by the present Legis lature the present machine will be in controi of the Democratic party of the State This means that the people will have no voice In the control of the affairs ot the State The Honest Election Democratic party never in tends to lay down the gauntlet until the tyrannical maclne is ousted root againIjTbe party has opened headquarters Iin the Tyler Block on Jefferson street i between Third and Fourth a full floor having been secured for the purpose The campaign Committee with Capt W H Sweeney as Chairman has taken charge of the headquarters and a full force of clerks and assistants will be put to work sending out liter ature all over the State enllghtning the people upon tne danger which confronts them at the hands of the machine at present in control of the State CArT SWEEKEYS VIEWS As a reason for the opening of head quarters and the continuation of the fight on the palt of the Honest Election Democratic party Chairman Sweeney gave out the following interview MVe have deterred opening headquarters to the present time hoping and believing that the Legislature would take some action toward enact ing a fair and honest election law We had reasons for believing that many of the representatives who pro eased to be for a fair election law had the courage of their prefessed convic lions and would see that such a law was enacted We are now thorughly convinced that such are not and were not even their convictions Senator Blackburn is reported as having repeatedly declared himself as favor ol an honest and fair election law If he is now correctly reported indorsing a hill giving to election boards or commissioners judicial power it will be a measure more Infamous than the present Goebel law Kentucky is a Democratic State We need no Louisiana Returning Board No patty can or ought to ex ist that relied upon plundering the ballot bx and the disfranchisement voters for success The Demos crats who supported the ticket headed Gov Brown and Major Johnson ast year replaced a large per cent of he Intelligent Democracy of Ken tuckyThey through their State Com mittee have Issued an address to the Democracy of Kentucky which con tains no idle words and speaks for Itself These Democrats are men of in telllgence and conviction who are not o be blown about by passing words They will stand at the approaching election doing battle in solid phalanx DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK r Sidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful offer II the great kidney liver bladder remedy c It Is the great medl cat triumph cf the ff teenth century dls covered after years of kidney blad der specialist Is curinglameBrlghti Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommendedfor everything but If hive kid ney liver or bladder trouble It be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief has proved so successful In every case a special arrangement his been made by which all readers of paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall a book telling about SwampRoot and how to out If have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading generous In this send your address to Kilmer 2cCoBlng I 1Dr N Y The and nine nent and and bles and you will and that this also more find you this and regular fifty cent and UaotRitootdollar sizes are sold by all good drugglsU for the same cause in which they en listed and gave battle in 1899 lithe black flag is to be hoisted the enemies of political freedom paI radlng in the name ol Democracy theoitHfreer will be as short as the plrati oi old Democratmprivileges to none tMUST KEBP TUB EMBLEM I see that some Representative has device of equal rights to all and tx elusive privileges from thejjliallots Such an idea or sentiment could only have orignated in the heart ot some political coward The rooster is to the Democratic prty whit the stars and stripes are to the American nation He is a political dastard who would wish to abandon it The hcadquertrrs of our party will be opened immediately and ample force engaged in the work of the campaign What about Mr Yonts Will the Brown Democracy vote for him I do not believe tbe Brown Democrats will support Mr Yonts It would be an indorsement of his action as a member of the Stnte Eke tlon Commission I know Mr Yonts and esteem him vety well personally but I can not and will not vote for I him and do not see bow any other soIreason Mi Yonts being at tbe head of tbe elec toral tickej then the Goebelltes who put him on the ticket must be held responsible and not the voters of our party who have warned Mr Bryans manager not to shake red rags In our faces A rich lady cnred of her dealnass and noises in the head by Dr Nichols sons Artificial Ear Drums gave 10 000 to his Institute so that deaf peo vie unable to procure the Etc Drums moy have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York jCURESScrofula Ulcors Old Soros Bono PalnsTrlal Troat ment Froo First second or third stages posi lively by taking B B B Botanic t Blood Balm Blood Balm kills or destroys the Syphilitic Poison in the Blood and expels it from the system At the game time Botanic Blood Balm builds up the shattered constitution Have you sore throat pimples cop per colored spots old sores ulcers swellings scrofula itching skin aches and pains in bones or joints sore mouth or falling hair Then Botanic Blood Balm will heal every sore the aches and make the blood Pure and Rich and give tbe rich glow of health to the skin Over 3000 tes timonials of cures Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at Drug stores i Includingp complete directions Trial of B B B tree by addressing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble ad free medical advice givens Dont despair of a cure as Blood cures when all else YOUNO MEN VANTEDwith failbeducation and good character to Telegraphy Railroad accounting and typewriting This Is endorsed by all leading railway companies as the onlya perfect and reliable institution kind AU our graduates are assisted to positions Ladles also admitted Write for free catalogue Fall term opens August 15th Globe Telegraph College Lexington Ky WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE is perfectly harmless nnd will remove every worm It is also n tonic nrd by 19 strengthening properties will restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Price 25 ctsFor sale by J H Williams OASTOnADears the itt Kind You Han Atari BjujM BlgaiUra ct Educate Your Jlowcl With CascmreU orcverIOCMO A diseased liver declares itself by morosencss mental depression lack of energy rcitlessncfs melancholy and constipation HERBINE will re store the liver to a healthy condition Price 5oc For sale by 1 II Williams Yon way bridle the appetite but I you Cannot brittle the liver to do its I work well You mu t bu honest with it help it hlong a little now and then with a dose of HERHINB the but llvrr icgulntor Price 50 cti Por- te by J 11 W lllltms IOOHJ A irTt II IN THIK Hart ulni HngbM Tonic new improved taste pleasant taken In enrl Hprlnff and Fall pro vents Chills Dengue and Mnl rlal Jerrra Acton th lIver tone up the system IMtn tknu quInine Guaranteed try It At T nggt tfMa Roll S100 IwttlM iWt IF POPULATION CONTINUESj Thon tho United States Will bo as Densely Sottlod as China In Throo Hun drod Yoars O we Americans are all myrlado maniacs just now said a Chicago scclal economist the other day And whats a rLyrladowhaNyou call him asked a man from out of town Why a fellow that feels disgraced If his town or city or even his State and country doesnt show up in the census to suit him Their commerce and wealth may have Increased faster than the population Ills city may have fine Institutions of learning and charity It may have splendid parks clean wclUpavtd streets and all that sort of thing that shows good tase Intelligence Hberalitynud public split But If in mere population is so short a few thousands of what someone has said its figure ought to be the myrla domanlacs are like Rachel weeping for her children and will not be con fronted becnure they are not Or even If a city hasnt any such tokenst of taste culture and cotiifbrtasratks i I libraries etcwe dont miss them or make half as big a kick about nothav ing them as over tbe lack ofa few ciphers more or less in the census tableaIother mania and its hard to explaint In the case of Berlin Petersburg Washington and some other clUes established by lawman may have made the town and God the country But no children of New York or Chicago made or located tbe harbors that brought together tbe warming denizens we brag about and whom not even native phllapro genitiveness can account for The inhabitants of those two cities can lairtlly take credit for the architecture the parks libraries streets and businessm enterprise of those places Neverthea ess it is tbe mere arltbuietial addl lons that they feel most concerned about and first get mad over if theyv dont come up to somebodys guess p Have you ever tried to Imaginec what this country will be at the be d inning oi the next century It probably wont Increase at the same rate hot it has the last century But sup of pose it Increase only 25 per cent every ten years Between the years 1970 andcl 1980 it would have 400000000 of in habitants or as many as there are in p China In the year 2020 it would be a 1000000000 and then it be would as dense as the population of China Chicago would have in the fIrstn Instance 9000000 inhabitants and in 2020 asoooTooo Children are ni w living that might see the country with 400000000 and their children when it had 1000000000 Even if tbe population would Increase only 10 per cent every ten ears the country would have the- opulationol China in 3100 and Its density by 2100 By that time T think most people would have over delight at eelng the figures piling up The digitswould egin to look more like the wheels ol Juggerant than like ciphers Life begin to look like a serious In China the pressure upon the means of livihood is such that millions though possessing on en urance and industry surpassed by ny other race are constantly on the verga of starvation The chasm be u O1 1 Look In Vow MlrrolDo ou tee iparkllnir tinted akin a tweet fat form t The attraettona Ar the result of good health K are absent there U nearly alwaya tome disorder ol the dli 1etItiucti Lemtnlna organ present Healthy- menstrual everywotre organs mesa hcalth beauty McELREES o C Wine of f makes women beautiful and healthy lit strikes at the root of all their trouble There is no menstrual dis order pche or pain which it will not cure for budding girl the busy wife and the matron approaching the change of life At every crisis in a womans brings health strength and happiness It costs Joo of medicine dealers specialdJrectlonl The Chattanooga Mediclne CD Chat tanooga Tenn sins noznNs LEWIS of Otl1tHJ was truabl4 at monlhlr- TezlUtra paln la bud and- of back hay =enuesly rlIiy4 Win CIdaL- I IF YOU WANT Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable Specialty HARTFORD SEPTEMBER II TONIC FAILS Attorney rontthouo DAVIDSONh Attorney ROB- YATT01WEY MORTONS ronutknnICuflrtofAPleOlsa NEA- LAttorney Southern lakngIt thereinj lef1 DrI byB failsj Cardui FirstClass BOTH PRONOUNCED INCURABLE Peruna Made Them Strong and Happy Women everywhere are writing Dr peculiar letters published by tho consent of the writers e specimen No wonder these ladles aro enthusiastic They had been sick a long time Their euro was un oxpectecl Tho first one Mrs King of North Carolina writes I was afflicted CIYt twenty years and did not know what ailed mo My husband employed thrco doctors but they did mo no good I took different klnVU of medicine all to no effect In Ism a friend told mo I had catarrh I had a bad cough and running at tho nose all the time I was advised I o try 1oruna and I took four bottles am now wet of tho catarrh 1 believe Peruna saved my life Tho doctors and alt other failed I can recommend your Peruj to all my friends It Is tho beat moilclne In tho world You tween the rich and the poor is wider nd deeper than it is in any occiden at country Three centuries hence orns many as now stretch between us and the settlements at Plymouth and James town and perhaps iu less than two centuries this country may have I 000000000 of inhabitants and be as densely populated as China Changes and innovations now comparatively trivial are then likely to be rcvolu onary When the inhabitants shall touch elbows so closely that land In any a locality shall be as valuable s it is now In great cities it will In deed be a great struggle for existence Perhaps human life will not be- alued more highly thanit is in China government will abandon censustaking as it is said to have one in China In terms of human longevity three centuries Isnota vast stretch time Four persons in succession each living to the age ol So could asp hands across such a gulf It would be even among the extreme J ossibIlities for the great grandson of t youth alive to day to see such a j country But we tuyriadonianiacs may be sure that such a scion would be so anxious as his great grand- sire to have bis cltyState or country show up well in the cen U3Chieago Ttibune t niMinnriiirTiLElltAl Ilv- NIIItT1ttIs Wt38TtRS- I KT1KNCUtAZ may use my name whenever yet plelleMrs M M King Mary F Bartholomew St Francis agoIvie catarrh I doctored with several skillful physician but kept getting worse until I became bedfast I omained in this condition about two years under the attendance of tour phy tans 4oncluded would write DrHarto man toy advice I owe my life to Dr Ilaitman and Peruna My friend amd neighbors never expected to see me well myhouseholdIs a surprise to every one vrli 0 know me My appetite was so poor I could oat scarcely any thing but I can eat any and everything now without pain I cannot recom mend your medI- cines enough Catarrh Is the bano of womankind Nearly every elM of so called female complalct U due to catarrh of tho pelvic organs A woman free from catarrh Is generally well woman Catarrh of the pelvic organs makes more women miserable than all 9Forfemale diseased address The Porn la Medicine Company Columbtu Ohio Bout free for a short time Did Not BrlngThom Along Oh mamma exclaimed a bright little miss of three years one morn lug I dreamed I had such acute lit tie pony and cart And what did you do with them dear asked the mother Ohwas the reply I left them la dreamland VCCEiSWOJtTiI JUIOUNO- IIDlbToaln trytTABLERS BUCKEYE Ph LEOINT MENT relieves the intense itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases where 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xhoolt than ours but none that can offer clUtbM Biography A Dictionary of ENGLISHI 1 H What better Investment could bo made than In a copy of tho II International T This royal quarto volume Is a vast storehouse of II valuable information arranged Ian convenient form for hand eye anyIIIiAlsoWebsters CollwUt Dictionary with a Bcotti- ehbGlossary cto Ilntclaim clsamdzu Hartford Republican 1 FRIDAY SEPTEMLER 21I FON and LON ROOERS Editors j Tlp1 Ono = tctnoao Issued Ftldaul b y the Hartford Pub ColnropoallII i it red it Hartford postoffici it secondclass nil matte j REPUBLICAN TICKET won rnrsiiiEvr Wzn SCeSirL1yOl ton TIM PHESinrNT- TUcsacx Slec volt OlXrw York YOM UOYEIlXO- IIrenn w STarte- Ot Jlojlo County 10IUOXClnllill =5 iS 011- 7Jlnknrllo County t I WANT the Demorcats to come out in force this year to overcome the Republican majority of last year Mr Beckham at Bowling Greeu Eli I You do Well what did you do with that majority BO as to render it void These men endorsing Mr Beckhara and his course of larceny may an swer this for our readers I Cant Steal it Any More To say Mr Beckham is in a predic ament does him no injustice for his plight is woeful He is holding ao office which he admits he has stolen and yet he refuses to vacate and de liver the stolen goods to the rightful owner At Bowling Green last Fri day in his speech Mr Beckham said I WANT THE DEMOCRATS TO TURN OUT IN FORCE THIS YEAR TO OVERCOME THE REPUBLICAN MAJORITY OF LASTY EAR This statement was made twice a complete acknowledgement tmuTaylorwas honestly and fair Iy elected by the peopla nod that his commission was not by the people but on the contrary from a vicious and parluah Legislature responsible to no tribunal on earth and doubtless none in Heaven for many claim that the heathen is saved from the tortues of Hell by reason of his wretched condition The Republican party and the honest Democratic party have been contending that Beck hams commission was tainted with corruption and fraud that he was a titan of the people but of a gang o political desperadoes organized under the Goebcl law for no oilIer purpose Iall to get office either by fair or foul means stud the child candidate has himself admitted the validity of the charge But the hyenas of the Goebql press the organized bands ol ballot box stuflers and the political renegades have waged an unccasiup war against the verdict of the people as recorded on the 7ih of lad November These men of a lost and ruined cause have ever labored to deceive the people because their deeds wer evil but like most cases of thievery1 some ono of the gang Las given tbt thing away and in thb caso the chief in fraud explodes the bomb The Republican majority of last year must be overcome for I cannot steal the election agmu without plung ing the State into the horrors of war so you must overcome the majrity- of last year This is a very logical course fur Mr Beckham to pursue for it is certain that Kentuckians will never submit to another rape on the ballot box until Kentuckys soil is drenched with the gore of her brave SOIl and liberty buried forever be heath the ievt of the vicious Vandal and the poetical buccaneers Thus seeing the grave dangers into which the old ship of state is being hurled young Beckham sounds the alarm and warns his friends to Ret votes thfa time that he wuula to lc elected fair Ihif year and save the State from the horrors of a revolution The chief beneficiary of force and fraud has admitted all of which he baa been accused and the peuple arc asked tn give their approval to thfa cnure of unupprnached infamy and dishonor by voting fur and elect lug the saute man they rejected last year witalter being rejected by the people sat up a contest violating every principle of justice and every precedent finally succeeding in steal ing that which wa denied him Hon eat men everywhere brand a moan 1 that ROM into the barnyard by night and leads therefrom a hoise aud fells it as his own as a thief Here is an example ola man who went into the house of another man and stole his office through the actd of an irres ponsiblo Legislators and thia oflice wa worth to its owner Jle six thous a el five hundred dollars I year Sho 111nlt allmen bra this one ae a theila public pillager and robber We have searched ou vocabulary closely and consulted Webster freely and can find DO tine bO applicable to Mr Beckliam as thai of thief since that is the term ap plied to tboee who steal rt IS BEOKHAMS TITLE CLEAR Q ISine Beckham ascended to the governorship of Kentucky by means very q Ifslonllble indeed such as would cause a gentleman of high birth to re presentthethe laud have declared that Beckbarns title is clear that the courts have hili that he is fully entitled to the high office of Governor We do no d Sire to here question the integrity ot any but the idea that intelligent men should go before the public with such absurd argument is preposterous M CongreasmaDaton e a limping the county distributing the same falsa information Theso gentle m in are thoroughly conversant with every act of the recent Legislature and they know beyond the shadow ofadoubt that what they are feeding the public mind on is fabulous of their own devise These gentlemen find a warm supporter after they have given it the idea for it has none oils own la the Hartford Herald which wyt We dismiss the assertion that ho was cearly and fairly elected by referring the author of this to the four tribu odebesides the great Constitution of Kentucky which stands back of them all which have unanimously decided that Mr Taylors opponent is entitled to the Governorship of Kentucky This assertion is unfounded not one scintilla of truth is found in the whole of it and this its author well knows if he be really responsible for his utter ances We contend and shall prove by the decisions of the courts that Bcckhama title is as corrupt and disgraceful is possible for it to be that hIs title was not adjudged to be clear by any court but by each anti every court under whose jurisdiction it came it was declared to be not within its province to review the methods by which the oice was transferred from a man chosen by the people to a mau chosen only by a Legislature The acts ol the Legislature were wholly unwarranted they were new departures All regard for law and precedents were discarded and a legalized mode of thievery was instituted Looking into the records of that bodyclothed with the power to try a contested election for Governor and Lieutenant Governorwe find ac lions disreputable to any body of Americans We find that after it had heard all the testimony which it did not rejecttbat without hearing any ar gument in the case and without a word of evidence before it that back in some secret ally or elsewhere no one knows save its miserable member themselves this legalized board declared that Wm Goebel had receive a majority of the legal votes cast in lieu of Taylors majority subscribed and sworn to by Messrs Ellis and Pryor This report was presented to a body of men styled legislators They ratified it somewhere in Frankfort after they had been adjourned by the do jure and de facto Governor to meet at Lon don This act was regarded as of doubtful authority anti it was ratified twice in addition and at no time did the Legislature or contest board hav before it when it rendered Its decision one sentence of evidence offered eitb er by the contestee or the contcstantwithotit which it was impossible torender an intelligent opinion at all Justice Harlan thus describes the act of tbi body It is not a pleasant thing to saybul after a thorough exauiiaa tuna of the record a sense of duty constrains me to saythat the declaration by that body of men that Goebel was legally elected ought not to be respect ed in any court as a determination of the question in issue but should b t regarded only as action taken outside of law in utter contempt of the cm stitutional right of freedom to select their rulers t This was well said withwhich most reasonable men concur Yet follow ing up the acts of this body of men that ablejurist continues pouring in hot shot He said It is to be also said that a fair interpretation of the record leads irresistaliy to the conclusion that the body of men referred to wer wholly indifferent as to the nature of the evidence adduced before the Board of Contest and there was a fixed purpose on their part whatever the fact might be to put Goebel into office and to oust Taylor Under the evidence in the case result favorable Got belno to could have been reached on any jurisdictiototion that he had received the highest number of legal votes cast was in total disregard of the lucrea declaration as extravagant as one adjudging that white was black or that black was white But each a declaration made by the body to which the Board of Contest reported should not surprise any one when it is remembered that it came from those who did not have before them any of the proof taken in the case and willing to act without proof andfsible tribunal organized to mete out justice between men No mauno matter how able a lawyer he may have been has ever attempted to defend the contest All they have ever claimed or assumed to claim was that the Constitution gave the Legislature the power to settle the contests for Gov ernor aud Lieutenant Governor and the acts of thus hotly could not be re opinioninSION IN THESE MATTERS WA RIGHT OR WRONG WE HAVE NO POWER TO INQUIRE Tht Kentucky Law Reporter Vol 2 I saysWIIEFIIERCISION IT IS NOT OUR PRO VI N CE TO DE ERMINE Judge Hobson is a Democrat Ht delivered the opinion for the court and no where does he say Beckbami title is clear but rather intimates that it is about It clear as mud The demurrer to the answer of Governor Taylo- admitted that the charges preferred therein were true and the contenthe of Beckliam and his attorney was tint no matter how fraudulent and cut rupt the acts of the Legislature wervt was beyond the province of the courts to review It has been claimed by Democrats that two of the Republican members of the Court of Appeals agreed that Bccknaras title was unstained and spot quartersBelowg enemy of good govermeut can thud in it any approval of Beckhains course or the fact his title is clear he is welc me to it On page 1347 and 1750 Vol 21 No 23 Kentucky Law Reporter this opinion is found The general demurrer to tho answer and amended answer of contesteea which was sustained by tho chancellor In this proceeding mlmlts that on tho Oth clay thoStllteJohn Mnrslmll had received thu highest number of votes given fur the asleep of governor mid lieutenant governor respectively and were dulnnd regularly elect ed to till these oflice for tho term prescribed by thu Constitution at tho Lllw11mf contestants that nil of tho election oflkvrs from tho higlu t to tho lowest were themselvesfellow Statethat1 divers membcMof tho legislnturo to nullity this election of tho people by tho in stltutlon of fraudulent contest before them that pursuant to conspiracy HO entered Into the content boards voro selected J y a fraudulent nut by lot ns required by law that ns n result of this trick ten out of thoeluren members H J trial of the governors contest wero partisans of the contestant nnd tillJltlItnllulgoernors werodisqunliliedshould ho monde and promised tolrendcr them elective that nt least one member for tho hoard selected to try th contest for the olllco of governor had wagered money on the result of the election that tho contest boards in tho trial of tho contest had acted throughout in an Illegal tyrannical and arbitrary moan ner In the admission and rejection of testimony end In tho whole of the whichliedthe decisions of tho contest boards dM not have n particle of testimony before allegedtho knowledge ot either contesters or mow thou uno third of tho entire member pnrlieipntloninfavor of contestants It is also admitted that at the time tho alleged action was llIturohadIT IS IIARDTO IMAGINE A MORE FLAGRANT AND PAHTISAN DIS GOVERNAJUDICLtLTRIIIUNtL ATTEn1mumIIrmlYrent hllllmnf thoJo trannctioiiH that tui general assembly in the heat of ange prevailingiljury In depriving them of the offices to which they wero elected by the puplc of oftileeltctoreofthhiCnmmonwedth tfthesiton that the courts of the State under the limitations Imposed by the Coastitu jpdgtnentoftutiun exclusive jurisdiction and from whose determination of tho question no Appeal id provided K THE lltrald docsit defend Con grcsman Smith for it knows he liul Now we are ready to meet either Ih Herald or Mr Smith to make amend in any manner they may determine WR understand that a certain gen tleman who is sojourning in Hartford 1fe explaining to little groups of hi followers the assassination of Senator Gobel May we not suggest that thin Senator as inated civil liberty in Ken lucky furor under the nhmlme ofhis tics late The lilerlieAof all tlieptope are fur more precious than tho life of any onto man no matter who he ha It is a splendid idea that this assaajioatioi be explained but it would be far bat tenor this gentleman to explain time cause of the assassination then tbt people would be prefared for the el fet Tim good citizens of Kentucky stil remember that Mr Goebel eaid iu hit speech at Hartford on the 12th ot October that If any stealing is dom this year the Republicans wont do it flnepllall bear iu miud that he de claredon the same day at McIIenrv that tho Republicans may do tin voting but we Democrats will d the counting I am going to be Giv eruor They will not forget that ur Louisville be shouted you cant out count me and you cant count mi out Notwithstanding the fact that be swore he would see to it that thi Republicans did no stealing that they might vote but he would count or not count at his pleasure that he toul not be counted out nor out counted he was defeated according to his own count by 2383 votes and immediately set up a pitiful howl about Republic andethin ballots Mr Goebel told the 1000 who heard him in this city lass couldanot steal but when he was defeated he declared they had stolen Whicl shall believe To all reasonable men the more plausible would be that the Republicans stele not from the taco Goebel personally bossed the ap pointmeut of every precinct officer ir the State of which there can be no denial Gentlemen of the Democrat thiehorn you wish your noble statesman forshe first said the Republicans could not steal and before many moons hi appearsnvery much like ho can blow cold and hot from the same horn whichever the occasion demands IWe Have Only Done Our Duty Recently Tun REPUBLICAN received a letter from a gentleman in Indiana whom we have never met lint art quite sure of his political complexion The letter follows ItAXKOrMAIlSIIAU 111 mnniKOX Inw U H IUBBIMISI t br MJICKIIIU ISDI Nrpt IIIIIIAI Humoim ltriruiKMX Ifenflenivn nuu wnil men nmlle ropy or your pa frn that I pan Kt term+ ami press or i ain I want n ml hot ItepalilUiin inirr ltwir Yours J II IURDUOX This request was immediately cum plyedwith end the following letter was received MARHIIILI Isu l4ptlaecu llAurronn Kriiinucix Ocnttrniru tnilon e lilt nMflDil 51w fur TilE Hyrrat wax oiiBvwir coniinenrlnsc with Sfptcmbor llth Sample it InnrrJ II IURKKOX THE course of THE REPUBLICAN has been true to the cause of right It has dealt with the unpleasant condi tions in Kentucky boldly and tearless ly with a strict adhearauco to the truth Iu choosing our course be tween right aud wrong we did only our duty as we saw k We never hoped to receive the indorsement the rabid partisan nor did we expect our work to meet the approval of those who approved and endorsed the steal perpetrated under the forms ol law It always calls forth the wrath nod indignation of the ignorant to cite him to the infamous frauds of the party of his alii IiI litIn We haw given to our readers the situation as we saw it and as we believe every conservative and unbiased man saw it In reference to the work of THE RR PUBLICAN Mr Site J Roberta editor of the Lexington Leader in a letter to the editor expressed his approval ol its walk in this language Dear SirIhave been in busy with my official duties and tho genera campaign work that I have not care lully noticed a copy of THE REPUBLI OVN for some time and IWitS very much gratified by the splendid editor jal page in the last issue that came to ray hand You are certainly making an excellent newspaper anti I cau nn derutaud why Ohio county stands true in tho Republican ranks We thoroughly appreciate the poriil word of cheer Iron Ier Uurriso and Ruhftrlx nod ill promise to fiiili lully III tlllllw interests of our I sn long iu Tin RKPCIILICAN claim I n- IiSiui Off tho Track ThisniKtt1 Oisi O rsndrleth wl- tPi jJ to sas txrts trim i- egnIIysarim whei ttrl rty + pie win rhlsc l dritii mil w co ftqisity navy lrilJlt1l1n1 iiiir li I stonnrli rriiu tide 1 W n tea 9I liar ter IIl U a ti eraapntmtla put Ihr hI tress o the racte v teat In gnra pen bjml cu tg fas t IsConstipation Cld hy Howls Pills asc FORDSVILLE Mr Beckham in his late speechat Henderson in attempting a discus slon of the fixedup issues as laid down by the co called Democratic conventions fir this campaign Na tional and State urged the election ol Wm J Bryan upon the ground that he Bryan preserve the principle upon which the repupllc was rounded IJos not the republic been raved by his superiors lor more than i hall n century by men too who acre Democrats before he was born Prtstrve the republic tidied Can my man hope It Bryan is elected the Presidency this fall that he wi 1 vstore the principle which has not ten lost What has been lost during he present administration Will he order the flag to behiuled down from the mast pole where it has been raised tBS pulled down in many cities and towns during the dark days of 186165 But with the good citizens of this great country have the same hang done again Mr Diclibam further said the Dim ocrats asked an honest election law md that they now have an opprtuni ty to restore time State to her proper position of honor aud respect Who Drought into existence this Goebel aw which disfranchised the State end did he not lend his vote tn i who would say not And If hedin n be now Ve trusted to restote tin tate to honor No mm can deny that his law ulorc has caused this State 1 b= disfranchised Beckhatn has repeatedly said that it was a good law sad now he says that the State should torestoreWho will pretend to say that Taylor was not elected Governor by a mrjor ty of 2383 votes Is Beckham not now holding a position to which he Nas not elected Does that sort of conduct exhibit a spirit ot law anc order Has any Democrat ever beet denied an office to which he was elect ed la Kentucky II so let loin b named Will the voters of Kentucky uphold a man who will and is usurp ng the authority of this State at tb Nobcmber election I do not believe they will Mr Bryan is having Mr Scliun to deny for him just a little Mr Schutz tells Secretary Gage that Mr Dryan will not try to force the finarct of the country to a freesllver basis in the event he should b elected Why does not Mr Bryan tell his to lowers so when he goes before th people Mr Bryan knows that If h were to do so he would unquestionably be defeated So he has other tat to deny for him now and then Yuan teds ot men wilt vote for Bryan upo the idea uud believing that he wi live them free sliver or bust Thousands men voted for Mr City and in 182 believing the same thirty Did his followers realize their hopes No Mr Cleveland WPS not thru ro I he cow in fivor of free silver at ttv ratio of 16 to l But the rank anr flue many ol them believed that he ivould so recommend alter his eec IOU but he did not so believe Nun what does his lolioweis say ot him I beard one man ray who had volt nt inreall hr cuuM to secure hi liction and before he hid hen i meta year Uu lie cull Ste Ceve i uils neck put under thecrner nt tlm force an I climb u aid sit on tie cinrr So again miny vote ail VOf lor Mr Bryan biudly rr tt is a well known fut that the elrcllo ol Hryan v ill never hang tree silver Ir Schutz ttllo the Secret iry tu t th alarm feit is unwiritit 1 Thu i to say that Mr Bryan wilt mt tunic the motiitaty system as it now xlsti if he fchouid beelectcd Hut will li not try it Will the people ol th s country allow him an opportunity 10 tell his plat I do not believe ir y wll II so may God save A merle HC T 11umirror today a your Itsure A 6fZ it soy Y tJ needn J a week lofiger youJv1 Theres 4 guesswork about Its sure every To reo stprecolor to hair use After using It for two your Take last look at gray may be the last if you want A your haw you wish J time gray AffIH VigOr or ihree weeks notice how much younger you ap pear ten years younger at leastAyers Hair Vigor also preventsfalling splendid It cannot help but do these things for its a j hairfood When the hair helpbutscalphealthy the that causes dandruff SlOOabotlk All dnifflrti badybuteerytheckI tblnU then U colblnr Ilka It for the hair COCA April iS 1899 YsrronLT- Wrfto the Doctor If do not ofcUIn all the btntfltl ilelr from he ni of the winoDwJCAYElLowel4Hu Programmo of Colored Teach ors Association to Hold at Cromwell atIurday Sopt 29 1900 f The Association wH convene at 9 oclock a tn Opening exercises by I- Gaylon Taylor f Welcome address by Miss Florida TaylorResponse by Mrs J W Acton 4 f How to advance our boys md girls 1 Miss II Owen Personal habits of the teacher Mtiik Acton 1 The patrons and teacher Miss JB Herry How to reach the little talksMrs f W Acton Discussion Noon The employment cf the telcberI superintendent Rogers The Negro ProblemS M Taylor The scientific and literary qullfica tlons ol the teacherS T Martin Tie tciultsot ducitlon and home culture Prot Smith The straw manR D Newton The true woman Miss F Taylor Genterl remarks Ai jurment CRM ACTON Notice Having sold my farm I will oOer for dale at public outcry on September he isth I9 xiniyvntire stock of farm ng implements my household antI kitchen furoitute a lot of hogs a lumber uf good work horses good nilch cows etc etc Sale to begin promptly bt 9 oclock a m on my ild homestead Terms easy I Gix H BARNES Beaver Dam Ky Daafnoss Cannot bo Curod r loral iplIcallan nn they rnnnnt rwith tbe llKMihl jNirtKin ot lheesr There only iinf TUT to ran ilr fBM and that Ubjr ronntlta tlimal rMBwlWu HwtfHnw U ranwl IIT nn In Innwl conilltlim ol the rocrun llBlnn lIb En 4McM ii TiW Whrn thin tqWIn InnaI- au you n ramMlae noainl or Itt t r irlafc nml shn It IK rntlMjr UUMH fifnpM I the rwult tail MaWvu the t Mum at Ion run Ie mien out anl bl toli rrtotwitoitnormd rondltlon Cr Hi will t ilmtruynl forrrrr nine ram tint of Mi urn ntniwl IIJT CHtiirrb wblrh l nothing bal IK IndHHwtcondition of the WDtnoA arfanNX- V U1 Kir On Hundred HolUni for nnjr raw itDcMfacM imwl by rntnrrb that rnnot t arrIbyll11ntatarrbCUn n id fur rlrrabir rw K JeIIINRACCTohdo0- Null IIT l rnitKl tii 7r llnlfn Family Pet nee the lust v Farm for Salo sire miles below Hartford y mile south dl fjtksrentertown and Ceralvo oads cnntnlns too acres plenty ot fencing tttnlKr good Inch wcter and I valuable mineral spring good dwel nig house and out buildings young chant apples peaches plumbs and tapes nill sell in two lot Apply to G R CARSON Centertown Ky u NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor sad Manhood Cure Impotency Night Gmlntont Lotf of Item It waitlof dlieawi ca re fabur or 60and Indiscretion nrv tonic snd PILLS 1r1 builder Dink glow to pale oand restores the Uor Toutb boresmallforCTSp r bore 200 with our bankable fBunmUe to cure or rotund the mone paid bend for circular and copy ot our bankable guarantee bond STRQNOeNia ill rrLLOw LUELI Rnarantwd cure for Las of Power Varlcocefe Undeveloped or Shrunken P rtil Locomotor Ataxia ferrous ales Urterta Fits InaanllFt I and of reeeilr obtl sum LIquor D snail roaekalfflIIOO tl for e00 withour goat ante bond to cure In ao days or ratund money paid Addro- nNERVITA MEDICAL CO Clinton Jackson Zits CHICAGO ILL LL1NOI CENTRAL RB NEW THROUGH LINE BC1WCCN EVANSVILLE A- KDCHICAGO A new through car line has beef ittabllsbed for the entire distance aver the Illinois Central bctwcei Bvansvill and Chicago the line brlti via Mattoon Champiigti and the roe from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D S E Ry The services Is M follows NORTH OUND Dally Itx Sun Lv Evanrvlle yjopm 73inru Ar Chicago 700111 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago 84opm 8300111 ArHvansvllle 8oSt m sS pin Through sleeping cars on nigh trains and through free reclining dial ara on day trains Tickets cf yam local ticket agent S The most delicate con lIt llnn rai nfely use RAILARDS HOKB HOUND SYRUP It In a sure am pleasant remedy for coughs loss n voice and all throat and lung troti JIIor D Ii We are Just fte eivinq 4 4 f i 1 1 ETIr r r r i uP TODATI LINE OF f t 1 J HIGH ClASS MERCHANDISE i that was ever brought to Hartford J 9 9 I EVERY DEPARTMENT f t WILL BE f I CHUCK FULLI I OF THE 9W+ NEWEST AND LATEST STYLES J r- I The Market Affords I J Mfi We invito one r 1X111 to call inul rx J uniine our stock 9- R mmtmm v P corJrI S rrYZfta T HLE Stt- iyI II ItI s U C Tnc TLC PHo- NeJaanuraotured by the Southern Electrical Company NasbV11Jc soonAnd be convinced that It In the fear of Any telephone ON TILE MARKET We make a sped alty of a- LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Cases Long Distance Transmitter beet hard rubberhandJTelephones With Batteries complete forSG6a F 0 B 1 7WrilePHONE OR ELECTRICAL BUSINESS We Are eadquarter WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL Beaver Dam Ky ForLadles mad QeDt1eD1ent t Thorough coiirces in Literature Lanpnager Music Art and Businei Excolent home influences Refined and pleasant invirotimentB Eight years of fwcce sllli work has bon coinplell Next session opens August 28 1900 W G s E LBORyf Pres HAM JAUNES Vice ties L 11 s koSouthern Normal School I 1 Bowlln Groon BnSIDOSS CollO OI oJL k JII TWO BEPABATB SCHOOLS U5DEB ONE XAHAOEXZKT YeartJtJNDRKDS R eonwtiare tauithtt lrlmarrJSnKll TcacbrriMKMratnrrSelrntincCliwIc Elocution and Oratorjr Vocal Ui l Instrumental Mult OOUCIwillcharari we Ire two month tulUon fn wllh every live monthaeholanhlptnicer by the o1IIDI Ureell BUiloesa Colle spooi U JI OBIBBY General Slanartr- t r YT- t 1 It may seem a little early to some to buy there goods but tho cool wrath er Is a reminder that the chilling blasts ot November will eoou boon us when theso gouda will be a lie ccBsity We ore better prepared thnn ever to bow you styles and prick t that competitor canuo tnucb CAPE CHATra Another big lot of allwool Blank Cheviot Capes 30 luubes lung fir 8100 A regular 8125 Capo Dig lino all wool fine grade Capes all Icugibs end sbad s from 8160 to 8750 Fifty new elegantly trimmed Black Capcf ucey beaded ell Icrgtlg and sizes running from 8100 to 81000 IWi buy until you see the goods It will surely pay you to inspect our line JAC1tiIIAIdI3 are Dry Good bleu Hoys Suite all I t 21 Illinois Contra Tablo New time rant exert Ramlnj Jaaehh1- I30nt noon RnrllrInnnd Month llonmt No 132daerdWaiii NIIdaer4 II m- Nu tut 0I1Ift2roI in No Nil ila TM p m in No Felgltla So ISMneMOnm Mr Lou Roger Is in Mr D I Duncan Greenville is in U S Carson to Monday I Just ina lot ol new goods nt Car sou Gos iJ I Mr Marvin Miller to Owens boro I Mr Jerome Allen J ingo called to see us Monday Mr Sam Cox is the fair Mr Plumnter Bennett Beds called to see us Monday t Mr Jacob Chancellor Fordsville was in town Friday r1t For the nicest fruits In the city call atthe Singer office t i 1 Mr B D Ringo attended court i at Calhoon this week See the new Percila and Dress Goods at CarsonI Mr Warren Payton White Run called to see us Mr nnd Mrs E P Neal are visiting relatives at Prentis week Mr Geo W Banger to Glenn vllle Sunday Monday Mr John M Graham Narrows was a pleasant caller i I Visit the Singer Omar Err ics cream sherbet soda water and lemonade Mrs R E L is in having her eyes treated Ob I what delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet yon get lit the Singer Office Mary Austin little of Mr and Mrs Merry Carson is quite sick Dr J S Coleiunn Beaver Dam at tended the Deboe Wcdnrs diy Mrs W IL Rend r to Imis vllle Monday ti have hercyes treat ed What dainty little cakes you get with or sherbet at tb Singer office o CURES WlilSi oat Court ifrun fteGood CM In lima Hold by drnrrtnu S Ono hundred pretty new stylish Jacket shades sizes sizes to fit everybody prices that will plea o all Price on all Woolen Jackets willrun front 8200 to 81000 We Imvenol the children Our line of Messes Hand gamely trimmed Jackets 81 85 Visit us Wo will guar autce in PRICK and We headquarters for Millinery and Overcoats and WINTER WKAIUHLE5 elf THE PLACE IS Hartford Republican fJFRIDAY SEPTEMBER RallroadTlmo Inking Nolndnr3Jtp 131dsaWpm Iel ikedse2JMpmN Owensboro townMr went Louisville went yesterday attending Owensboro Cos Tuesday this went returning Wednesday Slmmermnn Louisville daughter peaking wtnt cream CONSUMPTION allnew forgotten Jnckclsis unexcelled satisfaction QUALITY Messrs E E and To B Rogers I Beaver Dam went to Owensboro yesterday I lion M L Heaviin entertained Senator Deboe and Cal C M Barnett Wednesday Mr A S B n e t returned to Louis vlili ldouday kfiiru uv u oJd visit In the country Mr and Mrs R D Walker and little sun Berry Dudley went to Louisville Monday Luther Brown Cvntcrtown IMr pteofdiit caller at the Rurun UCAK office Monday Senator Deboc was met at the train by Messrs ML L Heavrin C M Bar nett and S T Stevens Mr nod Mrs S T Brown Center town were the quests of their daughter Mrs Fen RO ers Sunday Rev T P Harbour of the Beech Grove Circuit M E Church South was in town the first ol the week Messrs AC TaylorClarence Field Henry Nail V D Moore and Clevc Her went to Louisville Monday Miss Lydia Ward of the No Creek neighborhood lelt last week for Willmore Kentucky where she enx tered Asbury College for the next ten months rDtheBaby Thrive If not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nour- Ish it she needs SCOTTS I EMULSION It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requires Scotts Emulsion Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its i bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a A magical effect babies and children A fiftycent I bottle will prove the truth of our statements Should ba taken In summa III well as winter we and foo all drugtit 1 SCOTTaUOWNEChtmUu Nsw York u See CARSON BROS Stock of New Jr 1rlsShot Gun aRlflosPltrgetGuna Ammunition for all Miss Mary Lue Schapmhe has aC- cepted a position as saleslady in her cousins bhkery Mr Will Scblemmer Quite a number enthusiastic Repun llcans called to see us Wednesday all were sanguine of succtss in Novem ber Messrs C P Keown M S Rag land M I Heavrln T II Black Von Rogers and Lon Rogers attendee the big show at Fordsvifle Friday Mr Wru James Centertown has accepted a position in Mr R T Col tins big store as salesman Mr James is a very genial young gentleman and will make an excellent clerk FOR SAIB A farm of 160 acres good buildings well watered Lying on Rough River near Ross ripple For terms call on Larkin Williams Centeitown Ky We will not give away rocking chairs or mirrors alter October i Anyone holding one of our cards and wanting to have it filled out must do so before October I CARSON Co Scutccter the Photographer will be at Hartford on or about October 1St 1900 with his Floating Studio We are making Buttons at 250 each or two for 4oc Kodak Photos at Soc per dozen They are as large as Daisy Photos Come and see us Scow rsa Mr Will C Schlemmer Cannelton Indiana has purchased the bakery on Union Street next door to Dr Deaur drug store Mr Schlemmer has been engaged with his brother Henry in the bakery business for several years and is a firstclass gentleman and a fine baker The I CetiRlneer has arrived from Louisville and will begin the survey of the Hartford and Beaver Dam electric railroad today It is thought now that the road Is a go Let it be rushed during the fair weather for the foul will come when no man can work On account of Elks Exposition and Carnival Louisville Ky September the 17th to 29th the I C R R will sell round trip tickets at the following rates September 17th to 29th fcio tickets limited to October I 1900 for return September I7th 19th 2ind 26th limited to one day in addition to date of sale for return The Teachers Association at Cen tertown Saturday was not what it should have been and it was wholly due to the teachers Out of all the teachers in the county only about twenty five assembled The success ol the Association depends wholly upon the teachers If they have the spirit ot determination the Association will be a splendid success If not it will be very conspicuous in its fail oreMrs Earl Klein Colllngs died at her home In Glennville Wednesday afternoon of typhoid fever liar re mains were brought to Hartford yesterday and interred in Oakwood cem etery after funeral services had been conducted Mrs Collings was p daughter of Mrs Lucy Klein of this city and n sister ol Mr J L Klein ol Tun REPUBLICAN bUff She was well known and esteemed by all In the dark hour of sorrow and disappoint ment the grieved family have the sympathy oi their many friends The deceased leaves a husband and two small children to fight the battle ol life alone Our Greatest Spoclallst For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to day to stand at the head ol his profession in this line Ills exclusive method of treatment for Verlcocelc and Stricture without thcvaid of knife or cautery cures In 90 per of all cases In the treatment ot Loss ol Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice Is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treatment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge for consultation advice either at his of lice or by mall Address I Newtcn Hathawrfy M D 309 Church St Naehville Tenn tI or Public Speaking The citizens of Ohio county will have the pleasure of hearing the following gentlemen discuss the issues ol the day at the following times and placesM Heavtin Beds Friday Sep tember the 2ist 7 p m and at Schroetrrs School House Saturday September 22d 7 p m Fon Rogers aud C it Smith West Point church Saturday September the 2217 pm Col J S R Wedding Cromwell September the 29th 7 p m D M Hecker Narrows Monday Srpiembtr tbe 24tb7 p m Gentry School House September the 25th 7 p tn O aton September the 26th 7 p m and Triiler September the 28th 7 Pin It is hoped that every one conven lent will make it a part ot that days work to attend these speakings fliese gentlemen are fighting for civil liberty and tbe restoration ot the bal lot In Kentucky Come one and all itd give them a good andlence WS TJNSUJY Chmn GREETED BY LARGE CROWD Sonator Doboo Opons tho Ro publican Campaign In Ohio County With a Splendid Showing Wednesday U S Senator Wm J Deboe was greeted In Hartford with a large and enthusiastic audience ol about 500 honest sober citizens who had congregated to bear the story of their sad fortune told by an honest gentleman The voters of Ohio coun ty are shocked at the course their neighbors have taken They are surprised that honorable men will countenance rand or Indorse and de fend thievery but it Is the fact These outraged men from all parties gathered to hear their wrongs discussed Senator Deboe took up the Spanish war showing how and where it commenced and how it ended in the acquisition of the Philippines He thoroughly set forth the fact that when the treaty of peace was pending In the Senate Mr Bryan threw his mighty weight Democratically speakiugtn favor of the treaty a ratification and it was ratified and now when he needed above all things else an issue he denounced the adminis ration responsible for the burden some Islands These Islands came into our possession through the fates ol war which no man could have changedDropping the national issues Sen ator Deboe took up the questions con fronting Kentucky Ohio countyinns are not so deeply Interested in na tlenal affairs as they are in those concerning their freedom at home and this was demonstrated when the Sen ator commenced handling State issues without gloves Outbursts of applause greeted his description of which the plan the Democratic party had fallen upontoget office in KentuckyI e by stealing ItHe predicted the election of Yerkes by n handsome majority in November Senator Deboe closed his remarks with an earnest appeal to the colored voters to stand loyal to that party that freed them and assist in shaking the shackles ol Gorbelism from the fair form of Kentucky thereby freeing those voters who did not elect to be Goebcllzsd Senator Deboe iJ not an orator but a plain matter ol fact man and his speech was a splendid effort It stirred the boys in line for good government to a sense of their duties which these peculiar circumstances have made The Bnizetown cornet bond furnished music for the occasion Marrlagos Mr J W Raymer to Miss Nancy E DouglasSMr Thomas II Brown to Miss Susie A Maze Mr John W Westerfield to Miss Mary F Welch Mr John T Baize to Miss Sarra E Raines Mr J B Hurt to Miss Sara E Allen Mr Riley Hughes to Miss Isabelle SneddonMrs Magdalene Rogers is on the sick list FRIENDSHIP CHURCH Health in thU community is good Farmers are about done housing tobaccoElder R D Westerfield and wife visited relatives in Owensboro last weekMr Luther Rogers and wife Select visited relatives here the 8 th and 9th and returned home the loth ElderRobelt J Brandon and family spent Saturday with E MRoyal and familySeveral of our citizens went to Owensboro last week hear lion John W Yerkes School at this place began Septem ber the 3d with Mr Carl Soper as teacherMr George Awbury and family have moved to Fordsville Mrs Belle Westerfield spent Friday with Mrs Girdle Royal Elmer Royal and wife have moved Intoa house near W W Roy als Success to toe REPUBLICAN and the Republican party BKATRICB SavedMy Y u Mr P W Hebebrand Pres Ohio Pipe Covering Co Cleveland Ohio says I am satisfied Dr Miles Nerv saved my life 1 was a nervous mybusinessme and 1 decided to try Dr Miles Nervine It me prompt relief and finally effected a complete cure I am health now and have gained several pounds in flesh Dr Miles NervinIsold br all drur UU on guarantee baCL1IookDr Mite Medical Cqmp1 IkllartljnQ r CENTERTOWN KY We are having a rot linm lire dust and warn utatbcr me in lioicstba the hot Spell is stout ever Our sick Are yet with us Dean Call Cleve Hiflm Corn Hill and 1lossli Tichenor are on tbe sick list Infant of Mr Harve lull Is In a- very prccnrious condition at present Mrs Albert Rowe and children an visiting relatives in Indiana Mr Alvin Rcwe dud wife have re turned hem their Eastern trip alter making avery large purchase cfgoods Mr Coive Waul and wile ot Dada visited their ton Herbert ot this place last week Shares Iva and Ploy CoQman visi ted their patents last Saturday and Sunday near Point Pleasant Our town was very pleasantly sur prised last Saturday by many school teachers arriving and giving ussome good educational work The teachers had some advantage of the town until dinner was announced and that they had the pleasure of surrendering themselves to the goud people for a pleasant meal We want another meeting in the cear future Just wait til we go to the legislature aud fix things allow teachers 2 50 and Superintendent 5 a day for each of our educational meetings and this to be paid by teachers And trustees for non attendance and by patrons that fall to send to some school five months out of twelve Just wait pa tientlyHurrah for McKinley and Yerkes Rnx IIEvery Cloud Has IIaThe douds of bad Stood emefoplnf fuaninlty have a silver lirjitg in tfieshapt of specific to remove them It is Hoods SrSApal1A Americas Greatest KeXcr tvhich drives out alt impurities front lIlt blood of either sex or any age Last Saturday night the Republicans of McIIenry enjoyed an excellent address by Judge L P Little of Owensboro Throughout his entire discourse Judge Little confined him self to the Issues confronting Ken tucky Ills argument was able and logical What be did for those who aIa liberty club of 170 members was organized This is the banner club ot the county and McIIenry will give Vcrkes an increased majority over last year eDo you read what people say about Hoods Sarsaparllla It is curing all forms of disease caused or promoted by impure blood OIC When a preparation has an advertised reputation that is world wide it means that preparation is meritorious If you go into a store to buy an article that has achieved universal popularity like Ca carets Candy Cathartic for example you feel It has the endorse ment of the world Tbe judgment ot the people is infallible because it is retailer who wantsimpersonalThe else in place of the article you ask for bas an ax to grind Dont it stand to reason Hes trying to sell something that is not what he represents it to be Whj Because he expects to derive an extra profit out ot your credulity Are you easy Dont you see through his lit tie game Tbe man who will try and sell you a substitute for CASCARETS is a fraud Beware ot him He Is trying to steal the honestly earned benefits of a reputation which another business man has paid for and if his conscience will allow him to go so far he will go farther If he cheats his customer in one way he will in an other and it is net safe to do bnslnes with him Beware of the CASCARK snbstitutor Remember CASCARETS are never sold in hulk but in metal boxes with the long tailed C on every box and each tablet stamped C CC- M Miss Mattie Estls who has been visiting the family of Mr J R Fogle returned Monday to her home in Middleburg The colored citizens of this and ad joining counties will celebrate the 37th anniversary of President Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation by n grand street parade and memorial ex crcfses In John R Phipps grove to morrow This promises to be one of the grandest affairs the coiaicd Jej le have ever had at this place Every colored person in the county should keep the day At 2 p m Prof W H Pope of Utica will deliver an able address on the grave 6utjectThe Ne gro problem in America at night at the Court lIon e Prof WJ Campbell Secretary of the United Mine Workers of America and C C Monroe A M Principal of the Western School 0cnbaro will speak Each gentleman is obit let the public hear them Dont fall to see the procession COALAt the Mrs Elijah Miller Bank opposite Dr Mill rs Hank We aim to furnish a good supply of coal New tip public screens good roads fine loading place take in exchange oil kinds of horse feed such provls ions as we need and fruit nt Hartford prices B M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66- JNO A c EDOiiMiutR r IA Little Spark May Male h3kct Work The little spares of bid Mood fat king in the system should lj quer hed with Hoods Sarsaparilla Amtrtcas great Hood purifier It purifies vitalizes and enriches the blood ofboth sexes and all Ages Cures scrofula salt rhtum dytptpsiA catarrh Jfoodj C r1 tl lfr r1 i I SHOWS HER COLORS Throo Hundred People Turn Out at Balzetown to HoarML Hoavrln and Others Balzetown Ky Sept 17 1930 Editors RnruBUCAN The Republican rally at this place Saturday night was a splendid success at least three hundred people greeted the speakers with enthusiasm The cornet band furnished very appropriate music Balzetown was never so ar roused in all her history Very few respectable men in the whole country countenance the infamous proceedings at Frankfort in which the majority at expressed at the polls was overthrown and the defeated scoundrels installed in officeThe for the evening were lion M L Heavrin M S Ragland and R R Wedding Hartford ex Sen ator C S Taylor Cromwell and Z T Proctor Lietchficld Mr Heavrin was the principle spokesman of the occasion His speech was confined to State issues as Kentucky is fight- Ing for freedom Nothing but a discussion ot the outrages against civil liberty as practiced in the name ot Democracy will interest the people Mr Heavrin clearly showed that the Democratic party through its contests had cost the State in the neighborhood of 300000 of the tax payers moneyAlter the speaking was concluded the largest Republican club ever or ganized in tilts precinct was organ ized Baizttown may be counted on to do the right thing on the 6th of November- J H STJJWART ATTENTION I Rememberthatyour horses will have the best attention at my stable Good Riggs and Buggies at all hours 1 best wheat goweein th e worldthe Guano Bear Fertilizer Your patronage is earnest Respy John G Keown HAHTFORD LadiesShoes1Having session of an elegant but 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of style at easytopay prices Youll appre j elate our efforts in this line when you have thor J oughly examined the many choice new ideas the correct and pleating styles and youll note with priceOJ + 1 Specials + In Dress Goods oThese are newest and best Vibe proper color j Mendings tbe correct materials the weaves that r fashion asserts os modish for the early autumn at j prices youll feel assured are lowest Your new o autumu dress will prove an inexpensive one if you purchase materials and linings here Covert o Cloths Dukes Regnejs and all kinds of Woolen Dress Goode 0 oat Newest 0 Ideas in Shoesj If you wish your feet dressed neatly and corn fortably youll buy our makes of Shoes Easy Shoes and easy prices and styles that aro the fore moat Wo are especially well pleased with the success and growing trade in our Shoo stock but thekj ly Shoes are easy if you come to us Childrens r fine Shoes from 25o to 80o Misses fine Shoes 75o fito8150 Ladies fine Shoes 8100 to 8325 tNo matter your needsyoull find the goods that will attract you from a price and quality + j standpoint tbe kind of nurchajidise that Tepees ents every point for superiority and for value j y Interesting t or Clothing Newsf 9 h The clothing buyers will bo keenly interested in 1 the new autumn line for the Edward Rose Co Tailoring House Chicago The styles are excel g tionally pleasing and the prices are such as you ti will commend If you like the perfect kind of jtailoring the fit finish and making thnt is charac g terittio of good Suit youll naturally come to us Made to your measure a fit absolutely guaranteed epgjM i o fiI 9W1tl n4 d 6MVaWe l1WYa0 Now is the TimeITo subscribe for your home paper and read the news The price of TIlE REPUBLICAN is lin advancp AcfietaWcPrcparalionforAs I IIA ihcroodflndllcfiuta ihc Stonachs andDowcls of Promotes DrgcsUoaChrcrfuJ ncss and nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC bVwilJswmrmnm1Ji7fwJ AolhtJbAroU c J 8i tnrHrmfftJ reop lion Sour SlonvichDiarrhoca 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THE CHICAGO RECORD whoso Special Cable Correspondent arc located hi erery important tily in the rur1d outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted no cxlonslvca service and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Prce For scctirtc intelligence of the stirring events which ore ohaking tin nations of wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old govern ments and the establishment of iiiiv of the onward sweepof the race in all parts of the world the one medium of time most satisfactory information ir the enterprising uptodate American newspaper TilE CHICAGO RECORD FREEAtlblO10ebOllluKuroiw n th rcven Mr will lx imtllocl to coy addresm frco of chureo on ifnipi of nlIO i uleJ Uy two 2crnt stamns to cover postapo tnil rramlnif The mini Hu irate olvay bow croprencn lvcly the tddrcsr Ji LO1 TO MANKIND R1TALERS BUCKEYE To z9 UJ 0 cIod 01C 11rSk4 f 0 i1 uCI 4uim U U4 lf10- OJ Ci- Z2 W lPE7 VlZ 1 rr11ii PILEL V CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES DY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BAWD Sole Pro deror 310 North Miln Street ST LOUIS W FIGHT FOR FAIR MEASURE I PuryoarBIII Likely to bo Adopt ed by the Sonato Extremists Seom Determined to Force Obnoxious Law At a nuetlng ot the Senate Commit tve on Suflrnge and Elections this nf ternoon it was decided to Itcorporate in the bill to recommend lor passage a provision for a State board composed of lour members two of each party A motion was made to make the Attorney General Chairman hut the ex ireraists tearing it would be defeated mused it to be withdrawn Them time another motion to have counts Lioinla ot lour members two from ach party to be felected by the Stte oard Secator Cox amended the mo inn so as to give the power ol np ointment to the County Judge Ktr tot Fpe clits in advocacy if this bj Utssrs Puryear and Kirk loilowtd The latter opposed making the Allot icy General the fith member of the ounty boatds He said such a law would be no better than the old one PURVEAR lULL FAVORED It will not be surprising if the mem 4ers of the House and Senate who want a fair election law passed will unite on the Puryear bill to defeat the fforls of the opposition who seem rle terralncd to force on the people an oh noxious measure II the Puryear biii s decided on by the anti extremists i vill be amended so ns to constitute he best law presented to the Legisla Lute Resides the thirteen Repnblicansthe three Drown Democrats Metsrs Alex matTer Hays and Giilespie and Mr IcConnel Populist It Is believed e bill as amended would b fppottry y Sen tori Thomn Allen RobetU- 1inel Ilirytrir tt1 VdLn wlilcl ull be twtny three lor to filcti linst The Hinse ii Ity no P ns Iti- ie theme ia no bupe that the hll ipilfS by time uh commilee of Ih outtntiite on SutiMge anti Election ill be a Mr one the nilnnnly rejiiji iil be in the nuluteol a hill too hon t fr criticism and it is nut a fore one conclusion it will bedicapprovef y the majority cfthe Repreienlative- Messrs Or Cochran Kelday m- McRoberls who votedogmlnst tho rereIl resolution will after confer ing with the Senators who believe a1 hey do prepare or adopt n bill tu rep rt The subcommittee ol the HOUM ommlttee held rtveral meetings to lay end will be ready to report b lUutday With the exceptions that he bill must provide tot State anti ounty boards these to have jlldlcl lulhotily with power ppeal to tit onUs the committee can make fiicli i bil as It sees fit Being composttJ utirelyofextreme Gocbtl Democrats here is reason to Lellevc it will ic lort a measure aa obnoxious or evtt ore so than the present law FIGHT ON TUB ILCOR The rurijitity of the membetn rt tV ue eominittce beluf time Black urn persuasion the repott which is ertnin to contain the idea of time Sell toT elect will of course Ie adopter y thecoivrnllce and hence the fight s over until it comes to tIme consider a ion ot the matter on the floor of tin louse and rght here is where t- htLYQNSiX i LAXATIVE r I SYRUPNATURC I t CONiAflN-I Is made fron th c1 t extracts oft vegetables an I friis contains no In drugs lid I tlc best prc that cim b coiiipnuiulcv for iUounessIJispl Colds finJ lvsrout all Impurities cf ie MooJ and cs the coirrcxn cr i If do not li loiter than any- laxative you lia3 er used your I mmoneyg well I as ott hoc per bottle I tt ron 0 A AIt A tI It I 1 Sty J IIVlIII IlIIN Ui t- It lit K IIKAV Nili t Arliiv S J I A IMIrU t It nltll 14 I1I1I1U i I 5 t U JOhN XTI YIOU 11 ly me rablti with OPIUMan4Wklk f of R It frtcr CC nTIRRHcnuTu OIhl hl trIr tnt nr t I 1 t ctmimtt wi U 0 nUlrl flt1rlllfl YS CREAM B1V ii CI iT I ibtl Oivxr tat nt Ct Ott t ml ctrtiiccs tin COLD HEAD 11 I A Jl fl IIIUIHllp OR ir il Ilftifit t lit M itt trtp tul hr 111 llMXt II Ifill 1 iiurcury N ijiiriii rfiiH Ht nr rizi sc lam II MZ it IIMK isis or by mid ELy IIOTIIHK- M Warren Strut Nile York t I WHY HE CURES The flrtaleit KpcrlnlUt or the Time Gtrfl Kvcrr C1Ite Ilia 1onoiml Attention Doctor llathawayi Method Mo t dacton hQTo i certain number ptiinck rvniClitawhlcU iticrufaln III CJIM which term at all lml1 r Thla I not Ir JIthawar nivtbnd Ierycao With tim Ii most ereuUy thairno ed ths zact lUonoftbeutaeasedroD Qltloa determined Ttus- CTr7CnO U treated atolr anilniedlcineiar itnlnlatcroil which arc prepared under itr llathawari per00m totopIesreat1eckihysNrUcuIrJtCasoIn Ill matnori conu-ulnINII ahould be IrfJtol In the rams W5 cv n for rams complaint Dr Unllnwar ISa wclill t In lbateISCrieenlttO ordLo treat n xv In a rpeciaiiuanncro out n ajo IraEveryeZtnsiVTreatedretm n DI ne IhlleunlrtiDrIIlbr rtem of tnatmett bunJrvua of ftQnItt yerItromdocbr9sIntIIortSotthtreatment mbOl 1IooJM kMIWjoritU rtfOI Dlood ond Skin Dr luuuiuyi tmrmrnt stagCheesestlotcb rlmrl etcand not only rotorca too kiD and Kalpti their nature condition btit no parlnr the blood that tbo diwaMlt oU and cow uletely drlTenlrom the tjtteta and oil this wlllloul or iUnnnrit dran YartcnlVaricoceheStrtolure iirrlflilaoBnanrf InMpcrcen of MIM mooRs Innperfec and rrman nt cure No operation H required am of Inconrentenre are nxporienced f thi DOUr Tbeeipenwot thltrflaIlUnItImncI Inn than that of any operation or olh or Inrtltut treatment and and fun rertnrlnc tin to a condition of perfect normi lnHrreparwlarfiKidney Disease thliblank hnitlll Bladlywmd free s treryon who tendt him hla nim n address neNewFREE IrMdy exhausted VIe rt vdltMno l MM for a UmltM tllnearnr7 hit book will to vent free to anyone who w IlaUiamBonsulllUon ndtdTleeHelUierJ NEWTON HATHAWAY M D Mr Ilatlmvar A Co 309 Churcli Street N hrllle Tenn MENTION Tina IAIEII WheN WUITIMI teal fight is to be fought There wil be speeches galore and a red hot time ia expected Of course Spcake Thimble will again disregard nil par liamentary rules and use revolutionary tactics to pass the Blackburn bill He may fid however th it theuPI otjtoi- toos strong H the txtrtmlft con ml in the litiuse nod the situ ixireru cta croftiol in the Senate the reui tiRy be the passigeof no bill tilt if this Is to be the case the people wli know the radicals were not Mnrer vhen they clMiued thi y vnutel a liti iiw mirl th4t Mr Blackburn who ii inpposrd to control them Jespit hit messrge was also insi1 cere JENATE COMUITTKU The Senate Committee on Sufhagt md Hlectiors held two mCeU1j9 to lay The questions of giving the itxte and county boards judicial au thority anti of preserving the ballot were discussed at the morning ses sion Senators Crenshaw nnd Fergu ion who poke fivored giving the boards juiliciil authority and cpprsed preserving the bnliots At the nlternoon meeting oi the ccmnvttee Senator F rri3 wax called n to give his views us to An iltclton law lie said he favored ic fiiresl law that could be mae un Mi not think it possible to dnlt nn nbaoiute y fair liiw- Chnirman Ferguson said it wm true he committee was doing sniutthing ie thunghta bill should hingreetion y Monday so it could be printed Tuesday Senator Colenian made a motion that tbe commlttte declare for a State Board of four members with the At tirney General AS exofficer Chairman rhe representatives of each patty in the Legislature are to select in caucus to member ot the Commission Senator Utley suggested that the qufstion of Chairman be considered later This was put as n tubstitnte nnd was lust Senator Coleman notion WAS objected to by Sen itor putytar on the ground that it was to pcciCc If we declare on motion for four Comiuifsioreis he said then all bills hut those dccUritic li luur are knocked out It would H I mine which only provides lor hrtI CnmmmlsIontt Senator Thoims thought then should be four Coiunilssioneis Hi believed that fur men would act lair sr than three A substitute ofleted- y Senator Cox pioviiling for tao Commissioners was ItISenator Coltmius notlon Wus adopted A resolution providing that the report of the committte be made no uarlier than Srptemoer 17ur later ban Stitember 18 was tuttolucd b itnHtur Hrttiel Mnuriny or Tuts lay will be an pe time to makt a re ioit he Mid The refutation ti HC itftfstritnntor CoVruun ti c tie a uullor hat the 4ltr ey Giiertl be iua lint oman il tie State Dad Mr Crenshaw oflercd nu amendment t the ifftct that ii the Atturtf G nirn cau not reive Jhe S cit tay if Stiilf Act SenMtir Cilenuu witlid eve hie motluiSepRtir Cienrhiw mivtd Lint thr bill provide f r luur county cunnis fiintrs tvo if cci piry ppiintff ry the Stain C mmlsiov They re tn he riCniiiiftt hy ihj 0 tirt H Cu lye CnlliIr Iecl piriy l imo Sheifl is to In te Ii ih 11 i niter Stiiatur rx ff oh 11 I iit mid tus n t pilllrlr r ilitiiintt nut eil the c 0101 hiTli iyII LI ttiity JIIIr iitnl nl tile Stnti H aid Sciiqlil Alirviiiifi Ihltuiht IL CUIIl J it lite IjfihM mu Ie lit a PI 111I1i- 51111r 11I110Ij Thi tr dttf is Iru I kIt 1 fn r hil- T i I itutf yu i tiktii tip I Vhl itt of Its itilth p Ii itf crity tt IIUl1 I ft IIIJ tu tlif lcIhf 4 Oil V- Ctit to nt cli n hi nit Il h I kV do not wniil I i vvtnrr t a II iittit the prlnriMis thit arts ne r and tuto time psople J ENATOK KInK UKPUBUCXV Senator Kirk Republican then made n scathing speech In opposition to the movement to have State and county bodids made up oi two Demo cuts two Republicans nnd the Attor ney General and Sheifi lie declared such n bill would he no fairer than the present one You say jou want I a lair law he declared and yet by this plan the Democratic party wilt have the majority on the State Board and on most of the county boards They are to have judicial function I say where is the improvement Senator Kirk spoke tu the point and with free Senator Thomas followed him declaring no inap judgement was to be taken und that the ttiJit was to got lair lAw- n flcjiiurnment was then taken un il toitiotrow morning SENATE AND HOUSE The Senate met this morning but adjourned after prayer by the Rev TallaferroIn House a resolution to print ted fuinish etch member 150 copies I of the Governors message was loot by 1 vote of 44 1038 Mr Orr made a speech in opposition to the resolution claiming thnt its provision would reo sut in H great expense to the State and do no good Mr Charlton made an ineffectual attempt to have the vote reconsideredThe nill convme at 1030 IVlock to morrow morning and till House at II Louisville Dispatch CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of u Bost for the Bowels No mittir iiir MiU xuu hfHilurhv o t rtincrr yoi will nivir tit well until your lnArls Hrv put right CAS AKni5 h1 ji ntuip ciie yim ith- ut unpur pain prxiucerasy nit r4IttVemIlItltI to t you ju t Inc ntl to Htt ktttlvir iir lie lth pV C SCARUTo Cunrly Cnthii c it crniiirif flit Ii in mtla HXi every iWit lUll C C C ttmmpadtn il Utwire cl imitations S 4S P4nt Tuirra SlaiS Swule 1ar lIre Anir- To quit tiilxiico eaollr iml fireter 181aclic lull nf lOc nerre ot viiftr take NuTo Ut tiic Kunlcr wirlct r n at inotcci vteak men itrunc AH ilruKKlitn JOcnrll Core tnnrun Icrd llnolilct aiil aanple tree AiWrcM sterling lletuclr Co Chicago or Now Vomit COAL At tie Mrs ITijih Miller Rank opposite Dr Millern fink We nlm to fiittiiili a good supply of coil New tip public screens good roadi fine loartirp plfice take in exchange il kinds of horse fred such provis inns as we need nod fruit at Hartford prices Ti lephone 66 JNO A EDGAR MILLER JNIRIUttiNiiNiiiJJliilihintfilJ1 i A FREE PATTERN g voar own selection to eierj tab 5 g scriber Only SO Casts a year 3 MSCALlSA MAGAZINEV j s A LADIES MAGAZINE 2 A rmj t tuiiut colored plaici Iitettf iihtcn tr t iaukln cc comics t fancy Sork hOanehOId bo I CctIon SIC hb anStylish Rllabl SlmnpleTJpto bsolntelyFerlectFlttlng a MS CALA 4AflE1tN1NoSeaniAIIowaace Patterns s 10 it CIL uo Me b r stssIsst7ctie 2l s THE McCALL CO g 118141 Will 14th St Ne Yor- k4AYmMwMwmIMwmHrnrnf g A roinan t wo k fur B long lime tying to get her baby to sleep Iud Lot lilt filpeps n little longer than iMiM rihe wlllco to JIe If antliint jl the matter a Lazy Livertroubled n great steal rooUPItlODortbcni antS secured sucli relict the Urat trial I bet I purcbaiod anottccraupim and wm corn iletely Iihall only bo too shad to tee immcnd Cascareu wbeucvcr the opportunity i J A II 29SO Susquohanna Ave Philadelphia Pa i9c CANDY I CATHARTIC I htlTRAcE MASS RZCI1TWZ0dIl I I 10OgoilCURE CONSTIPATION f steel nd ssyay If Clr tlSe rrk u Bold eI norIt all dID nUMUDAll RlsutoCUIIKTobawollublt fatten n b y thinks he CH riug n little itt j iii the ch uch M he will immure itivltatron r iD1t v J rs lIYljM hM- Si InVfl 11 s i aIhi t ft- 4ff tnstSwnthItIl flSI-l s Ifnn jn- hg A Ii tI12 514 i K tItIa U w in s unrioyx h i fhhnMit UyHSr Si1 tn liinfiti CI 1ttf if in SMiffiftri N tint nt flaw llnj 1IndIIn in Ihf VSl 10n tucky SciulnaryDMVc Diiu iny ont IflrlnptimiiIirJBfX Ielm tc liisl lutl IIIH v niil iln ivr iMpu CM in II scllmiaalmiIma u RilfUMJTISMIs due to in acid poison which gains access to the blood through failure of the proper organs lu entry orT an the clear of all morliid effete nutter Thii o tlrn Qcr t uLItbroRheumstlsm itmay attack with ruch sutdennesa aliI seventy as to make within a few days a healthy active helpless amid bedriddea ithIUiloJted limbs and shattereti nerves or It may be slow is- tleveloping slight wandering IIIOURh to make ace feel uncomfortable the tell dency in cases ia to grow worse ansifinally become chronic other blood diseases Rheumatism is often inherited and exposure to damp or cold want of proper food Insufficient clothing or anything calculated to impair the health frequently cause it te in early life but more often not until middle age or later In whatever form acute or chroruaf fned Is Strictly a Blood Olseumm anti no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble Neither do the preparations potash and mercury and the various mineral wits which the doctors always prescribe cure but ruin the digestion and break down the constitution A builds the general health anti at the same time rids the system of II the only safe ami certain crefor Rheumatism S S S made of roots herbs and of wonderful solvent purifying properties attacks the disease in the right way and In the right place the blood and quickly- the neutralIzes acid deposits stimulate and iclnforces the overworked wornout organs dun tbe system accumulations S andof all unhealthy S S cures permanentlyalldtboroughly keeps the blood in a pure healthy state Mr O Mailer UJW Street IndlanapolU lcd for eighteen mouth terribly afflicted with Rheumatlm he was uuabu to feed or Doctors itt his ease waa hopeleaa lie had tried Allytwo prescriptions that frIends hat given him without the illihtctl relief bottles or- S s 8 cur hint permanently and he has never had a rheumatic pain aiucr This was five yearuro We will send free our special book on Rheumatism whichshould be in the hands of every sufferer front this torturing disease Our lowe made blood and skin diseases a life study and will give you any information or advice wanted so write them fully and freely about your cue we make no charge whatever for this service Address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AllsnU CIa g 11 atn nu the ot ara Chills d THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless TonicThe formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knoiCth1 you would not buy p their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts at a tonic iItt Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves IS the Original and that ill other socalled Tasteless Chill TonIcs arc imitations An anay ii of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every icjpcct You arc not when you take Grovei its superiority- and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entiie malarial sections of the United States No Cure No PayPrice soc Illinois Central Railroad Ilent and host Iopnlar Itnnta to Memphis New Orleans AM a AM IOIVIS lj tltl4tsa TIIN Mi tIn NX rllllOllMV I tIM tiiiotoll- man flame aith tnl Isa Iesprrc itil Kn HerlliilnK Iblrchl Meiii liln iml N eC 1IIDIo TnnrUt fn IITM ltinbriib rrftr Thnrwliiy tluikt cant ran tlironahto Ithnmla vIA few I tlssne slut tha Sinlh 1nrlllr SuniMt llmte ItoaM berth tICe 10111 lolscIlI t tIton VracInsO tIN CJS IrsIlIor llonntrlj low rIln IIItIfledlfttC jwilii- taflio Truo VViutor Route to Calilorulu No Dlizzards I Cold Von tlwr Snow nIock ds KoriwnMlnni uritetii J It llilll Trarellnit a tit lor I r U II lolwllIn Ky I its nk lilm to wnj jrou a 11 tin otithrili Ho KvVmiililb whltlili TrSIt with Inters ttiiK Infurnwllin xawrnlMS the Kunthern terrl try It will le m HeI to Tun lynn IIn tk Irtt nul thlr 111ewh month llnitietwkeia IfkptucA p H tu H mliMH nuiI Southwestern I tmhiu nt l1lnllItIltu1 torottin irlthln I piMtrii lVfuiiitliitnul sale Ulernl utoji flyer I lIttleciA NSON G P A A I W A KiTTONiA G P A n n rt- o I rr1lrntp I O =C1nt ririult riartV T Owrn luOpr J K Imw ltumrjr Dnriwlmro T II tloeli Jillri H A A nIeroiiiil1 tk Itmtnn llnllirnuk JlnntiT 111- 1Iloncr II II likens Trutne Jnrjr olldITHtViKChmIIMIirtfoM Heimty Hh l llnkr T II Ilrttun J I Tiijrliir W H ItII esloavtconvnwnnil Momlnyln March unit AUKUntniiilrDiillnncH thnw wbllool llilnl Miimlny In lny and Noyeralier two PoiiiitT Court J T MUM J zlmIge liuth tierS M I llmirrln Attorney n tnnalblIjorlrly oily TneuJny nftw aeroiul MonIay In IktuUr- Olhcr I limnra N Jlojley Hnrnrcr hievt fl Iliiynl Assaor Fonlnrllle Von Itoortr In b1 HoperlntenJont Ilirtfor1 I W Uanli Coroner Sulphur Sprlns = uteo Co Jtw- Il n T irl r i alll 3 rall 141 tiinlier rIIIor 1 1UH W A tlonriitertonnrirnjry IS May tIt- ugimnt V7 Xoveiiiler K I WOT A Hrunn VonliTlllw Murch I June 711011 tdinlierO eivmher Ii IPll II I firnvoi Ilurcml M irh 15 Juno SI 11011 t mlier8fl HTeniberSO 19M I II H Iltttnsh Uomlw 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4larnti tlap MatnrjiybeforvflrtSunnyIu etIh- uontli I All ui tuuutur Ir tiud rIlIvIIn ii rim lusylteul to nttiMtl ill mwllag Tu Cure Coii4ll ullnn Torece- rTtbusoueli Candy Calliirllc luaorSta- It IX C C lilt ID cure druretl rufutol inuuor as It will only c5f you 50 cents extra to ride all day In I Cotton Dell Parlor Caf6 Car 25 cents for a half day Seated In a Urge revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you can enjoy as much freedom and ease 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 icom adjoining You can have meals In this car at any hour ycu want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take ItS long ItS you please to cat It and you will only have to pay for what you order Tb Count Belts thedlrnet lie taTzaa tin tralni run through from Cairo Icut Ilouphl toTeiai without ehinco Direct eonnectlona ar mad at lu unetlon for nil tiaiti nf Teiai IndlanTerrttorr Oklahoma and the Far Weat Write coil tellna witryai are coIns amid when you wilt leant end as will tell you VMI your lleket will eat which train to take tonukit th bent ttm nil junTtlonj nod will mud yira an IntemtlnK little booklet M4 fliP ID tUU L 5 UU13 fell ISSTFIELDCOX33 STl OC7CM = nrro== t I OCAV ia CAU BARTFORD ISrIA FAST AND RASY RIDU IN TUB MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 2 7 gi f2vb t IJf 2 fltFlI 1 iIPr f PI 3 Y ftlS J S N F1 t tJif Dilly 4iv tf iL 1 t tJ J iiiii1 rifir n i vj 1 15 ti 1 I n1 Y TiIc LOJ3VJLLE t72VJIW3 POST i a MAIS ONLY flu oily uiMajjJ 11 f rImmtlll ii thy It tit it2 lJIH RATES 0u mjitlt S- TIMSj1 jJJtIJltJI1 SIc Mjntlii 11Tvdlvo i1Itll t j- n II iiJ fir SlTtt I J IfllH j HI2 OVBNN 5 1Louljvilte iJJ tlr r Distorts Muscles setters Nerves Stiffens Joints Rheumatism 55S PeJrer a Y Chill experimenting IbI IRbtI SON D1a- TOoTItANSFERLINE Ljii ONLY JL I ONE DOLLAR ILcthuaccitatMy 1 rUB MORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky Ik Qreal Newspaper of the Bins Qrasi The Most Ably Med Paper fa the SoolL NowITill December I- JscadToirNaaud I I 1 1 I ONLYJ i