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dAWM H TitLO AraUtant 0 PA LonbTtlto en + i J 3 M CtiLP Traffic Managertc A TOW OaI REIGN OF IN LAWLESSNESSI A Comploto History of tho Crlmos of Coobollsm as Depleted by tho Loulsvlllo Post The advocates of judicial murder I the defenders of the crime by wblcb the ballotl nx was overthrown the prornpltis ol jmckiil jxtit jmieajinpe by loud CihtnoiA nnd big he flllncs to divert Attention lioni the long reign kyIr declares nrnnH thrllon a ctitairtv by the latgect nijiiitvin fully jesrs and Ibe everinu TirarH lies in hlj black iheadlin8iil outvtirtt the nxrcutive Journal shows ntnl what the Ucpub lican platlorm Ii The true history of lawlcsoncss dates from the killing of John Sandford It took place in April 1895 lu January 1899 the roan who killed Simlford and the mrn who at he grave swore to avenge Sandford and Blackburn form an alii offensive and defensive to rule ir to ruin entuclryIGoebel then cstubllslinl a reign ot terror in the IxRiolalure He had 011tnalorl Unllnn and Jamrs fiom seats lhuii h their titles were absolutely urqurstioned The Lcglature was placed under the- irection of thugs and bullies and as forbiden to elect a Senator So bad did affairs grow that the Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky over the Senate and the c- peaker of the House notified the overnor that the fretdom of the gIslaturc had been destroyed and itked him for protection That was but the beginning cfa reign of tenor and the history olltls the blackest page In the history of his State II The tactics so successfully emylojed y Blackburn and Goebel in 1196 were rtptated in 1898 in order to over J throw tbe bnllot by means ol the s Goebel election law That law wns tced thrcugh the caucus and the whip was creeled and threats r l til kinds ol political vengeance It was a minority measure and it never had the Indorrement ol e Legislature The scenes at tranka rt are best described by the Courier urnal in these words hIt is idle to plead that reputable men have been put at the head ulthl9c pnuinan oligarchy They cannot to change its character They cannot lilt it up it most inevitably draw em down It is not of material moment who is on this board It IstI wholly a partisan board it is wholly to to the people whose ts it titles It is a creature of partl it is bound to be an in 8- atrument of partisanship it is out de and beyond our entire system of thovernmentown by the fathers who never of such an anomalous trnc turenf autocracy in their scheme oi Democracy It cannot exist with emocracy Ore of the other musta and we are free to say in KenT cky yet we do not believe it will be DcmexracyIIPolitical parties are useful and- ecessary but political parties must mean more than a piratical raid upon Political parties cannot irness and honesty and tbemselvest1 oat Political patties In republic p nnot exltt by the enslavement ofT us SecrelsWomen hey often keep secret for long limn the fact that ey are from rains inflammation ulcer ation or female weakness But they cant keep the secret very long because the hollow cheeks that have lost their freshness and irritability which comes om sorely nerves all onspire to publish the sto of suffering The usual otive for secrecy In dread of indelicate questions and ve examinations is removed olrenI Pierces methods Diseases of tile p anly organs are perfectly cured by these ercelI Prescription IIPierceYour wonderful mrdtanc Pnrlpttotttwrites Ura Co N AI1donont RockCddje Bath Rockbrdge a Tealthe a rzarolnatlon I waa all rut own Inheajth could not work but a abort time I rtll Was nervoui cad hid a I DrIIdid for J teccivad a favorable J took or Roruilte prvicrlption one or Gold Medical DUcovery1 one ol Pellets and I can now as well as I could before I- as I think Dr Piercea medicine I he Ief world for tick and ocrrouf women the people When they attempt it they will be swept from the earth as NoItbeIllgbtWe are wofully mistaken in the people olr Kentucky If any party can live that identifies Itself with Goebellsm The Legislature that baa just died in ignominy has done all it could to send the Democratic party to the same dishonored grave If the Dem cuatlc party or the Republican party or the Popullet party or any other party shall make this Goebel conspiracy its own it brings upon it sell iu own destruction or the peon pie cf Kentucky are no longer deserving ol tbe right of selfgovern ment which they will have surrendered And that they have sunk to such depths of degradation tbe peo pie ol Kentucky nor the people ol any other commonwealth in the Union have yet given RnysIRn- Unf4rallel as is tbe record which the Legislature leaves it would have been worse had not there been in the executive chair la Governor vigilant to see his duty and courage ous to do It lie was powerless lor much good but be was able to do the State some service anti he was ever willing to do It For this he willS have the thanks of patriotic Ken tucklsns whatever be their party This tribute to Gov Bradley was e well deserved and today as then I all patriotic Kentuckians praise Gov BradleyThat was the third chapter in the reign ol lawless in Kentucky and conspicuous through it tbe benefi of it all claiming now to be tbe spokesman of Mr Bryan and calling for a repudiation of the Goebel lawIs J c S Blackburn who carries a tainted commission os Senator given him by the legislative votes ol menr from Louisville sitting as members of a body which itself declared that that there was no election whatever Ine ouisvilleaIII The fourth chapter opened in the tltoryelection is bet described in the omhcial piper adopted the day of the outage It is as follows TO THR DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF TIm CITY OF LOUISVILLE Your committee acting under authority oftbe Democratic andI SlInState of Kentucky provided for a heprimary election to be held in the ity of Louisville Monday June 12 select nominees of tbe Democratic party for the various municipal andt1 legislative offices Uarly Monday morning June 12t1 police raided nearly all of tbe pretcincts in the city of Louisville many instances they by force expelledW e regular election officers pretended election officers setlected by themselves In others they seized the ballots books and boxes us taking absolute and forcible con trol of ninetenths ot the voting prc cincts of the city of Louisville The result Is that the Democratic party is deprived of the privilege of holding primary In the city ol Louisville hey are deprived of this by the Mayor and police authorities direct and controlling the police force Intimidation had prevailed through out the city and tbe law has been suspendedTo this purpose the an tizens of Louisville have been de rived during the past twentyfour ours of ordinajy fire protection The I he policemen have ceased to be the he guardians of a peace and have become tbe organized violators of tbe law w In view oi these facts reported to by the various precent officers aodw verified by personal inspection in every possible case the committee son holds that it is dangerous to the peace and safety oi the community to Attempt to hold an election until the law will protect them In their rights it and privileges In behalf therefore of a com bel munlty which has been outraged and the name of a party whose rights by have been grossly violated your com mitteeexercising the tights conferred upon It by the party law anthnuls all orders Issued calling for a ptiinary to be held in the city ct Louisville Tune 12 and orders thcw closing of all precinta and the dlscon tinuaace of all pretenses ol elections proceedings and declares all pro Ieheretolorew stithoutdate and without the sanction of the- arty autborltlesSA vote being taken on the said resosutton it resulted as follows Yeaswiller Fitzgerald Jones Wright rove Cochran ttTalpleNaysNonerlThe resolution was thereupon de ared carried and the committee at t 1140 a m a journedIThe next or filth chapter opened cI at the Music Hall convention Lee Suter had according to his own adt miMion 200 men bent on Intimidat ing P P Johnston and breaking up the convention had Johnstons ruling been adverse to Goebela Interest This outlawry by a sworn officer of the peace has not attracted the atten tion it deserves we therefore here reproduce the statement of Capt Tom Williams and Lee Suters amend ment Here is the story as told by Capt Williams and revised by Lee Suter both published iu the Evening Post July 12 1899- Yesterday Capt S T Williams of tbe city was coming from his farm in Henry county to Louisville He passed through the coach and there saw R Lee Suter member of the Board ol Safety ot Louisville Later he returned Suter then ac costed him and asked him to take a seat by him lie complied and alter a few words Suter said Captain we are sorry yon are not with us in this lIght We have olten commented on this tact and are sorry to have you against us Capt Williams said nothlug reply to this and Snter continued sayingIt a foregone conclusion that Goebel would win in the convention We had two hundred men placed in tboughIThese men were I told they must kill Johnson if they bad to do so in order to scat Red wineWe are glad this did not happen there was no serious trouble land was on account of Mnjor John sons wellknown fairness Suter further said that former Sen tor Blackburn sent word to Major Johnston that if he seated Swteney he Blackburn would retire from the ace for tbe United States Senate Capt Williams said little to this He was seen this morning and show d this interview lie read it over nd said it was corect in every de tailCapt Williams says he and Suter all the way to Louisville and at there was no secrecy Impcsedon im He say that while he was a wit ness in a contest case Clem Hngglns said to a crowd that we meaning the Executive Committee had Jnhnson that iChedldnnr eat Redwine they would fix him Capt Williams asked Hugging who meant by we and he said the committeeDuring contest In Harrison which was being heard by Major Johnson Senator Bronston to Capt Williams and told him times to go and tell Johnson hat there was an attempt on foot to After the third time illiams went to Major Johnson and old him of the threats WHAT SUTRR SAYS Mr Suter was seen recently at the City Hall by an Evening Post re- Porter and asked about his conversa lion with Capt Williams Mr Snter saidI told Capt Williams that I believed that ll Major Johnson had followed out his unprecedented course of constituting himself a Committee on Credentials for tbe purpose of count- Ing Redwine out and Sweeney in the convention would not have stood it I believe Major Johnson is at heart honest man A man will do many things in politics that he wonld not do personally He will nudge a little believe that Major Johnson thought wonld nudge a little and let Red wine out but alter he saw how things ere his innate honesty would not permit him to do so I said that there ere 500 men in tbe hall looking or trouble but I did not say Major John would be killedCV This was but one incident In tbe Music Hall convention but this gave over to the control of the mob whose director and master was William Got The next incident was the adoption a minority vote oi the remarkable report of the Committee on Credentials by means of which onethird e Democratic party was deprived of representation in the convention and the delegates the people had chosen ere excluded from that body Having thus reduced tbe body to- ubjection William Goebel slaughtered W J Stone to make a political hol ay 11 Capt Stone tell his own ory of this treachery Sturgis Ky July 5 1899C T utton Owensboro Ky I thank ou for defending me against the un- crapolous gang you have to contend ith in this matter I did not misunderstand the terms of the agree ent between Senator Goebel Bud my elf The agreement as to the tempo ary organization was carried out When It came to permanent organiza ion there was no agreement I noti lied Mr Goebel through his friend Mr Hines that I was going to name the permanent officers of tbe conven tion This was on Fridiiy June 23 JnmesjilJRlcbardson said Mr Goebel wante d- aiitfntervicw with me Jl told Mr Ricbaidson I would fee 1r Goebel at any time and anywheret Mr Richardson said he would arrange tGoebcl and myself to meet at a p- Atrah 445 p m Mr Richardson returned and said Mr Goebel had de clined to see me I told him all right but to say to Mr Goebel that I could and would name tbe permanent officers of the convention At 3 p in I went to the convention hell and as I started up the stairway Mr Utey Woodson caught me by theI arm and said Senator Goebel was hemsjuitmtliestepsnrid met Mr Goebel in tbe a rend of the lower hall of the building Mr Goebel insisted that the temporary organization ol the convention be allowed to become per manent I was equally insistent on a charge which I could accomplish by my friends in the Committee on Or ganlzallon joining with Hardiu friends In the committee r Goebel at once said I can make either you or Hardiu the nominee this convention I prefer to make yot the nominee let the temporary organ izttlon become permanent and I will have all my instructed votes given to you and thus make you the nominee I agreed to it and went at once to my friends in the Committee on Or ganizition and asked them to votein committee to let the temporary organization become permanent and they did soVote On Saturday when Gen Hardin withdrew from the race great excite ment prevailed Many of my friends demanded that Mr Goebel keep hit promise and turn his votes to me I am informed that some of his friendi- urged him to keep his promise asked for ten minutes to consider tbe matter then asked for five minutes Then one of his friends went to him and came back to me and said Mr Goebel was coming over to see me He came and asked me if I were nom mated and elected if I would allow him to name the men to fill two places under mi I told him I would He ask d if I would put it in writ- Ing I said no lIe said Walt till I consult my friends 5l jaliU JJoi keen vournrnraise now He said I will do it just wait till I can walk over to my seat He walked away but never returned Thats tbe whole story so far as be is concernedIThe reason he and his friends were so solidtious about the permanent organization was the fear if a new man was put in the chair tbe reports of the committees would be reconsidered and the State organization reconstruct ed Very truly W J SToNE Then Mr Goebel named himself as acandldate for Governor and gave to his other henchmen nominations ob tamed by fraud and force each carry Ing contamination with it Here is the list oi men ready to blot their party record by accepting nominations that tbe people had denied them For GovernorIWUUAII GOEETEL of Kenton For Lieutenant Governor J C W BCCKHAM of NelsonIFor Attorney GeneralIIt J BoyleFor Gus G JForS W HAGER of BoydtFor Secretary of CBHiLi of Clark For Superintendent Public Instructionl H V McCiiESNRY of For Commissioner of Agriculture- I B NALL of Jefferson 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atrocious act In view however ol the present efforts ol Governor Beckhnm and other Democratic poll ticians to make political capital out if tbe character and martyrdom of Senator Goebel a publication of tbe article at this time may the author believes not be untimely A good many wild partisans are telling ns what history will say auout Mr Joebel In Sundays Courier Journal Mr Boyd Winchester say his private life was unstained On the same day the Dispatch the murder of Colonel Sandford b Goebel Mr Winchester says he had the confidence and affection of tb people while Mr Winchesters Mr Wntterson the day said of Goebel He was not a man to be courted antI loved by the com monalty of men lIe was reserved aud repellant fiilent and thoughtful Mr Winchester says lIe fought a 1good flghtnnclnorohlolKcntuckyi I greatest sons will be complete without name of William Goebel and heI recommends thesalutary lessons he duty of such a life furnishes to the youth of tbe State This is sheer exaggeration Histo y will simply cast it aside as either ystericalor written for political posesCHistory will not say that Goebel murdered Sandford for he was nevel- ried and found guilty It will record he fact that he did kill Sandford and will not teach its readers that his rivate life was unstained But his will not dwell much upon MrI oebels private life It will consider rather what he did to advance or to in ute tbe State It cannot fail to state hat he stained his bands with the lood of his fellowman for that was notonlstbe first act which made im known to fbe commonalty omen but it was one which affected j na vital spot tbe character of his tate Tbelieve r1itliatarbeenuune y Taylor and his followers deserves n condemnation but we arC ot considering them now but the it otlttou in history of Mr Goebel ersons who are Goebel partisans for- elfish P ends and most of the profesS sional politicians we may suspect are s such and people who believe that the dastardly assassination of Mr Goebel It canonized him as a martyred aint are alike beyond the reach of reason and plain truth But the great mass of sensible peo le are not going to deceive them or believe that an assassins IIareatness They will look at the I is ait facts of Mr Goebels life as they I are and will believe that history will simply tell the truth about him WHAT HISTORY WILT SECORDdNow I believe hlstor these salient facts most or all of which all must admit to be hutS4 IaIoebel was a man of marked ability laborious wellread shrewd and I successful lawyer chiefly in damage 2 History will record that he was very successful practical politician 101 I Kenton county and became the rcc ognlzed boss there 3 History will record that In tbe Defore1re1tment I State SenAte he led a tuccetsful war fate against public lotteries thereby rendering the State a real service fbenIue was prominent in the State and it was vcly dcultfnl which ride Ibe Democratic paily would take the gout Democrats headed by Mr Carlisle and the silver Democrats alike both claimed to have trusted and counseled with Goebel as a friend 5 History will record that when partyhtone of their leaders 6 History will record that when the sllverites carried the State in 1897 or Sbackelford and elected a large Legislaturemany pretended to believe that the State had been stolen from them in IS9fiaUdSeUatOrGOtbelwUpromptto ipresent his now notorious election bill sIUS DILl AND ITS PURPOSE wbensasplrV billeItSandIjudged 9 History will record that the plain purpose of this bill was pro claimed and denounced as a scheme to provide an all powerful partisan self perpetuating machine of three men not only to appoint and remove at will countyInthe votes in contests for all State offi cers except Governor and Lieutenant Governor but to sit afterwards as a court of last resort to judge upon the legality of every vote and every such election ECllBMB TO DISFRANCHISE 10 History will record that this bill was known by all intelligent men and was known and intended by Mr Gocbcl and has been declared by his chiet supporter to be scheme to dis franchise free citizens of the State who might desire to exercise their constitutional right to vote against him or his party and that to believe otherwise would be to assume that Goebel did not understand his own bill alrority in the Legislature so lepulslve was the bill to mans Democrats that Mr Goebel was able to carry it by n rajnalprity of one over the Govern ors veto 12 History will record that while was under discussion it was denounced in scathing terms by a urge art of the people and the press of the tate the Courier Journal especially This force bill gives the voters of Kentucky not a ray of hope makes no claim or show of fairness It is so simple a child may read and understand it It places exclns vely in the hands of three Irresponsible persons to be named by the authors of the measure itself the entire electoral machinery of the State That andIto decide who shall hold office and who shall not 13 History will record that by a strictly partisan vote the four Demo judges of tne Court ol Appeals this law to be constitutional a decision which is sure to be more censured by the legal hlstor n than any other in that courts history HOW H8 WAS NOMINATED duringIon or the Democratic patty itself did not like Mr Winchester tee In Mr Goe et one who fought the battle of the Continued on Fourth Ingt Nervous We ak Men apretUllareItoolate ireyou nervous and weak depondeut and gloomy speck before the with dark circles under them weak backkldeey irritable polpitattotr of the heart and losses wdlment in urine pimple on tnakea eyes hollow cheeks careworn uprewlon poor memory dlitrcitlnl lack and strength tired mornings rettleu bl moods waste man hood atested organsjremature decay bone pains batr looSe Sore UIIWoIt etc7 OUr new Mtbo4 Treatment aID care ron MENS LIFE BLOODNothlne can te more demorallilnr to youn and raldllisiffed mn than eralisloat ttnlclit or ecret drain thronlfh the arias TThey ta mall for batlnui mar ned life or social No matter whether cmwd bJ etll habit la Toutb natnnl weakness or cxnalexnuri our Now lUthndTtmat will post Urely cnro you CURBS QUARANTB D NO CURB NO PAY nNo Names Used Without Written Consent W A Mulr of Lima 0 saymwas one of the countless Tlctlnu of early at ear of are Tbe drains on mjr system were weakening my brain Sc welt a my nervous a tern For ten I tried ito ot doctor- electrtcbeltsand potent medicines Some helped menotiecured 1 ap In fact contemplating suicide when a friend ad- 91sod me at a WI resort to give the NwMethod Treatment of Or K K a fair trial Without confidence I contented and In three month I ira a cored man I was cured seven ura am miniM and happy I- beartll111Colllmea4 Or K K to my afiUcted fellow men After Treatment In KlW treat and cure Varltocee Emissions Nervous DebilIty Seminal Vrtaknen Gleam Stricture miPhilis Unnatural Discharge Self Abase Kidney and IIta4dee Diseases and alt iseases of Men and Women 3NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE N medicine tent COD No names on boxes or enrelope STerytMag conMentla Question lUt and colt of treatment FKCG Drs 528 WALNUT STREETS Kennedy Kergan CINCINNATI OHIO e Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 TON and LON ROGERS Editors S 1phonc1n ns Btsa hued ffWn by tlit Hartford Full CoJncorparalta eimed it Hirtford postollici is Slcon class mil malls REPUBLICAN TICKET roll RIIIIENT WIn cX1nlay Or Ohio won VICE P1IENIDEMT StxaoAex nocvcl to Ol A w York roil UOInNOIi Telui W T rlc 01 llojle Coiiniy I OIL CO iiuss 15 M oU- yJlueknse OIIIITi UNTIL the money question is fully and finally settled the people will not consent to the consideration 01I any other important qllcetllJuI Bryan a letter of acceptance in 18UC Farmer friends another campaign bI on and Mr Bryan is now harping on imperialism What do you think about it Is the money question set tied We think so and Mr Bryai certainly does for he never said aught about free silver this time in his letter of acceptance but he wouldnot accept the nomination until the silver plank was inserted in the platform THE Herald says in reference to the rally and flag raising at Beaver Dam last Saturday that the pole Will raised amid the cheers of the aasem hied crowd composed largely of ladies The course of the Democratic party has been so repugnant to toad morals that its own members intelligent of course refuse even to respect such an occasion as a flag raising and the ladies went pure ly through curiosity and to see the pole erected heavenward Gentle men if you want the good sober thinking people to respect you quit stealing and have enough manhood about you to repubiate those who ar guiltyof gravid larceny KENTUCKY is overwhelmingly Democratic and Ohio county Demo cratic by a small mxjority provided every Demccrat will voteuart ford Herald Figures tbenuelves will prove the assumed scribe a careless prevaricator and loose handler ol facts In 05 the Democrats cost 2fiiJ and the Republicans 2653 a totalof 5332 This was u Mibe5t- vote exec cast in the county up to this time Last year the Republican cast 2824 votes the Democrats 2330 the Populist 74Brown Democrats 104 Prohibitionists 35 total 5370 This is the largest vote ever cast in tin county In 06 the Democratic ma jority was 20 while in 09 the Re publican majority was 585 Will the Hrald put up or ehe shut up bit slanderous remarks about the people of Ohio county They have learned Keller than to be Democrats THE man who said It I had m way I would put a booth under the Eleventh District and blow it to Hell was at the burial of Col John L Sandfird and said upon that occasion John Sa ml ford was to me like s brother I loved him I hope Gated may spate me and I shall make it my lifts mission to avenge him by bury fug his slayer in the depth of merited public extcruti III The slayer of John L Samlford was Wui Giebel and of G etM Bluckhuru enid at hi funeral Build hero over his grave a mighty towering granite shaft that shall defy the corroding touch of time Inscribe upon it an epitaph that should be worthy of the man He earned thin nt our hands In life and death ho was consecrated to the peo pled cause lie lived an honest life and gave his life for your deliverance Of him no eulogy but truth may say Earth never pillowed upon her bosom a truer sea nor Heaven opened with her portals to receive a manlier spirit At this assertion of Blackburn the heavens frowned and said 1 remem ber what you said at the grave of John L Saudford KKHUIMCANB Brown Democrats PiipulitU and Prohibitionists you should remember the lies that Dave Smith told in his speech here and the assertion that he rejoiced when Louis villea vote was thrown out Those people who voted in Louisville were far better than the man who helped to assassinate the ballot box and now asks you to send him to Congress Every independent man should vote for Senator R M Jolly who is now laboring unceasingly at Frankfort to have a fair election law pasted Sen ator Jolly is a gentleman clear from all attempts to destroy popular government He is a meritorious gentle man worthy the support and confid ence of every citizen of the Fourth District Senator Jolly was elected to jlie State Senate in a Democratic Vd District which should recommend him as a worthy and fit tepresentrtiv el the people The falsehoods and misrepresentations fell from tbo lips of Mr Smith at this place shout condemn him in the signt of ever honest man and brand him as a mug wump and a demagogue ANOTIIKK purse of 85000 WM taken It eduesday when thejury fours Jim Howard guilty of ossassinatin Vm Goebel and fixed his punish went at death Notwithstanding tbe tact that Howard proved an alibi this jury constructed to end his life did sl because they were bent on banging somebody and not because If convicting evidence This wholi procedure is an outrage on the citizen hip of Kentucky It Ia farce back ed up by 8100000 in the hands of a gang of political daredevils It is time that this outrage should end Indignation meetings should be helc immediately throughout the State and enter a protest against this pcrsecu lion It should be stopped and stopped quickly or the lives of every Re publican and true Democrat will b danger of immediate annhiilation Taylor has not been hung but Jfn Howard sentenced and this mon strous gang of conspirators are endeavoring to damn the Republican party on James Andrew Scott salt they intended to do Jim Howard IS u poor man but bis life is as precieu us any life and he should not be mur ilcred by an infamous set of usurpers because they want to liang something The Platform and the Leaders While it U quite amusing to note the manner in which the Democrat leaders attempt to mislead the people it fills many thinking men with dis gust When the pally leaders assemble in convention they sayall kinds of good things in their platfort to delude the people but in puttin the machinery in gear for the cam paign they dont talk so nice to tbe great common people It has long since been the practice of the Demo cratic leaders to deceive the people that they might be able to carry oil the spoils It is not putting it toi strong to say that this party lose eight of the people in its struggle for supremacy We say this with all kindnees for those good men in thai organization In forming a platforo at Lexington that would be in all probability productive of good results that party declared It has ever in elated that the will of the majority shall control and that the minority must cheerfully and willingly ac quicsce therein This ill what th I platform said to the public Now lets see what some of the Democratic leaders have said confidentially Ou county is all right eafely Democrat I e ie ytLrivue cannot oe WOl with a fair count and you kuow that as well as I doSouth Trimble Following the platform we find mor deception and brazen hypocrisy 1 I has always advocated and still does that all elections shall be fairly conducted and the result honestly ascer tamed Lets call on Trimble t verify this assertion Incompetent unreliable Republican Judges wil have to be appointed The right III tbe Republicans to indicate who shah represent them as Judges and etc will have to be ignored etc etc This is the way Trimble eXplained the purpose of himself anti Judp Pryor while Woodsou seconded tbi in tbe following language The white propertyowning re spectible pople ot K ntuitv a giong to to canttol the yoverninnt o this Commonwealth now nn1 here liter and theyare going to U islat some nppect for law sad pu 1 j de cency into the heads of 2 511 origanI moneybags and their paitelhtts antI bangersnowho have chosen to nftlli ate politically with 7S coo ikoran I negroes and as many nitre viclou and red handed nioiintaine rs Thi struggle for Mlpremacy II Thou over and the end will prow in this State an it has in other Slates thai only tbe people who are cni ilile o good government will be petmtttec to governNow might with jiiStice to public take up Mr Watterani after be had been Goebelized or T Imble ized or Blackburnized sod fo bii version of the intentions of the Dem cratic party as now administered Under the operation of the Goebel law the result is not left to chance Mr Watterson thus expressed his op inion of Goebeliem to Bemonf and advised that he appear bef re Goebel and account for the deeds doto in the name of tbe great principle upon which the American republic was founded freedom- Notwithstanding these expressions from acknowledged leaders of the party to confidential friends the lead ers of the modern Democracy in their platform insult the intelligence of every true Kentuckian Mr Goebels final injunction was as misleading to the public as the statements in the platform above quoted Tell my friends to be true to the great common people said Mr Goe bel when the death angel called but when his soul was free from the awful thought of eternal death and when be had his whole being thoroughly saturated with the though of being Governor ho declared that he would bo Governor regardless of what the treat the common people had to say about it These are truths recorded In history and every man who has kept abreast of the times concurs in the statement An Unscrupulous Editor In attempting to justify its own unwarranted and unprincipled courseI 1tbe Hartford Herald cites us to frauds which it says have been practiced in Congress by Republicans We dc not know whether its citations are true or not that does not pertain tc the care in question It does not justify the Democratic party in rob bing the citizens of Kentucky of their liberties it does not justify the Herald in attempting to defend iu gang of thieves and cut throats No true Republican will endorse the acts of Congress or a State Legislature in robbing an honest man of the office which the people gave him and mi genteel gentleman ever endoised stealing office Tho man who cites his political opponent to cases of fraud and tbcll to justify the course of bis own lead ers in usurping power and stealing office is no part of a gentleman If 1tbis shoe fits the editor of the Herat I or its assumed editor or both it it theirs to wear A man who will endorse the acts of a Legislature in destroying a free government for noth log but office is certainly a thing ol dense ignorance or a thieving scoun drel This is meant strictly for those who approve the political bandit that destroys the ballot box and sets at naught the sacred principles of liberty Those citations may be true but il the Herald is the authority for the assertion we should like nine tenths of the people of the county brand it as a falsehood It is no great sur prise that the Hartford Herald editor caseofrobberytojuiltiI fend his own partys theft The peo pIe will remember after Capt Ellis had told this justifier ot theft and fraud that he wonld not rob the Taylor of bis office which he had received under adverse circumstances that he conceded Taylors election at well as that of his colleague If anyone doubts it here isthe article for his sownperusalBut multiply Ing words tc prove the vanity of any claim 01 stopping to inveigh against the fraud pracIdates we might as well accept the re suit as now estimated as final Rely ing upon the most accurate figures at command from all sources it appears that Gen W S Taylor and the whole Republican ticket have been elected by majorities ranging at less than three thousand There are extravigant claims on both sides but we are giving the situation as we truly believa it stands without any InybodyrNOW fallow nllirana wti i Jv yon think of tbe shyster who thus ac knowledged his defeat and since then encouraged the assassination ofcivil liberty in Kentucky While he charges in this article that the Repub licans practiced fraud und military intimidation he knows that every word is an uumittlgaling lie Black burn offered to wager his soul against a counterfeit penny that if any steal ing was done the Republicans would not do it for the law was fraud proof and that idol Mr Goebelsaid right in Hartford if any stealing is done the Republicans wont do it The fact is that Wm ni and his gang were defeated at their own game with every chance in their favor anti the j minute this was discovered the whole clan set about to devise plans by which they could steal the office under the forms of law and when the idea was suggested the Hartford Herald said itwas the very thing to do For the man iu the rural districts who reads but little and only one side there may be some excuse for his sup porting those usurpers at Frankfurt I for he follows the name of tins party on account of its former preMia But for the editor of the Herald there is no just cause for his supporting theme It is his privilege to read and understand if be has the ability to corn prebend He is we are quito sure well acquainted with the miserable course of his party and he has chosen to defend its wrongs instead of tight It is not expected that a thief or the defender of a thief would speak kindly of a man who continues to remiud them of their diabolical and infernal deeds This malicious slanderer and maligner of truth has elected to vent his spleen by pouring forth his villainy and abuse upon the Republican and its editors Such a course damns none save its author No Hope for a Fair Law The Legislature hat now been in session since the 28th of last month and it has thus far done nothing The purpose of its being called into existence was to repeal or modify tbe Goebel law which Wattereou said Removed every element of chance from the result of the elec tion All this time has been con sumed to no effect The Goehel law yet stands without any probabil ty any thing but a worse if it be pout ble Ten days should have been abundant time for the enactment of a fair law for the Goebelites have a handsome majority in both Houses Any measure approaching fairness could be passed in twentyfour hours a It is simply out of tho question fllrI Democrats to charge Republicans with blockading legislation Yet tbeyt have the effrontery to do it men who openly and in the violation all law and decency steal and en done stealing have a magnanimous supply of gall and brass Many of our Democratic friends iu Harlfoiil and throughout Kentucky have beer so humiliated by the course of their party that they have not had the courage to look an honest old rooster square in the taco since the outrage of last November were perpetrated in his name The outragious sayings ol Goebel that the Republicnns might do the voting but wo Democrats will do the counting You cant lOUt count me and you cant count me out the hlghanded work of Hoerlz and Caruth in removing eightyseven precinct officers in Louisville on the night before the election and in their steal placing disreputable and irresponsible Goebelites in their stead the manner III which the contest was conducted and the ultimate overthrow ot the peoples willand along with it popular government in Kentucky All these things have aroused the peo plo of Kentucky as no other people were ever aroused They have de manded tbe repeal of the Goebel law and the Governor by thieveryand pillage protected by this law hat deemed it best for the Goebelcratic party to have this pet measure that removes every element of chance from the election readjusted Complying with this judgment the Legislature was asked to so amend the law that its enemies could find it faultless For a time the peoplo hoped to gel a law that might save the State from revolution and they were justifiable in this hope for party pasnion and party hate bad partially died out and a fait law was in sight Out now every element of hope has been removed 1fhe poor old reprobate Blackburn who is merely stopping here until a place hotter than Hades is prepared for him has been called in to action and here is his first effusion Talk about speakers why Beck ham and McCreary are going over tb State making speeches and I want ti say you might bring all the Democratic speakers in itbe United States here Irom Bryan down and it will d no good unless you gentlemen do you duty and pass a law so the Eleventh District can be purged- II I had my way I would throw n dynamite bomb under the Eleventh District and blow it into Hades W know that they have not got iSooc majority there and Vincent Barelnp says they will get 23000 this time and Dave Colson says twice 83 greats majority as they got last Idll The State Board must have judi cial authority so as to purge this die trict It must be composed ot two Democrats and one Republican TIJO euiuo uij Ju declares JUst after the election that the Goebel law bad cost the Democratic party 30000 votes Now this same mug wump demagogue and outlaw de clares if he had his way he would throw a dynamite bomb under the Eleventh District nod blow it to i Hades There has never been any decent charge brought against tbh section of Kentucky Its people are intensely imbewed with the spirit of Republicanism and this is a grievous fault and Blackburn would blow it tn Hadts had he his way Fellow citi zeus what think ye of the men who talk fair laws forms of law and good government The State hoard mutt have judicial authority so it can do the stealing without having to embarrass the Legislature It was in tended that the Goebel law should have a commission with judicialau thority and from the way it seated defeated men in office it certainly had some extraordinary power It should be the earnest prayer of every- Kentuckian that Beelzebub Black- hllrn will be ratted by the United States Senate that he may never again disgrace the halls of the Amer cud Congress In our judgment tbe most necessary cases of purging wouH be for Kentucky to purg herself of the Blackburn the Goebeh Beck hams Wattersons and the Campbells then we might have government by the people Deafness Cannot be Cured liy lorul n illrutlnn4 on they cannot reach the illumine portion ol the our There only one any lon dtmfiH1 not that Iy ronntltn tloiinl rpinnllM IhnfunM I in awl by mi In tame condition of the MIUIOTM llnliiic of the Ka tnrhlnn TnW When thUtnboU lnllame l you hare n runilillnic nonnil or Imperfect benrluir iin limit is Hitlrrly iliwml Ptnfmwi Ito rolt and nnl rw the Inflnmutlon can be taken ont nod IhUtnuD rmtornl to UK normal condition litur lug will Iw nWtroyei forever nine cnmit seta r Uii lire rnuwd liy Catarrh whlrh In nothing lint nn Infln mid condition ot the utucnnorfnnw- wewillgiveOnoihmdrei Dollar for nny CUM of ncntnnm cnncdiir catarrh that cannot cnml by HnllnCntnrrli Cur Kend for ilrrnlara few P J ClirNIIY A CO Tolmlo e Hold by PrnuxUU 7r Hall Fnnilly IlIU are the brut e Philippine Lotter MANILA P I AUGusr n 1900 Mrs Annie Ross Sttallhouse Kentucky Dear grand maI we reading nutlong since of you visiting your children and grand children and I am very glad to know of your good health and will surely come to fsee you among the first upon my return home and I will surely be at home in less than a year Since the beginning ot the Spanish American war Ive lost both father and mother yet few gray beaded a men of thlrty two are able to write to grandmother and I feel that there much yet to be thankful for My period of enlistment extends to the 14th 1901 I do not expect re enlist except in case of my coun trys most pressing need My plans for the Intone have not entirely ripened I hope I may be oho1le use and do some good among oltllriendof boyhood days I may at least enjoy good health much comfort cud happiness and do RIIb little harm as possible where the pure bracing air of old Kentucky may tan my fevered brow- I am having a battle royal with the climate of Manila f expect to win for the Spanish bullet has sped barm es ly by The insurrects have thrown slugs and old nails at me in vain and the wily bolo man liar passsed me not and shall I wilt ber fore a sultry breeze Nay verily- I nowweigh about ton pounds and am gaining a little Company I 21st Infantry is doing police duty here in Mulate and EruiU districts and furnish a concert guard on the Luen ta In the early part ot the night We go on guard every third day and walk post for eight hours out ol 24 Then there ore a few minor duties tl such as drills etc which take up the most of ray time Be sure to save a lew hugs and kisses and sweet pickles and such nice things for me I am not tlte little Kris I used to bs when I looked in wonder on tht great ferry boat and at the 1 utinp mill but I want to see my grandma just as bad as then Remembor me with love to all and believe me to be as ever your lovenp grandson JOHN C BARNARD Company I 21st Infantry The most delicate constitution cat afely use BAILARDS HORE HOUND SYRUP It in a sure am pleasant remedy for coughs loss ol voice and all throat end lung tron bles Price 25 and SOC For sale by J H Williams Dont forget the speaking Monday as its important that you come tOur Greatest Specialist For 20 Dr Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged tll day to stand at the head ot his pro ftfsion in this line His exclusive method ot treatment lor Veticoccl and Stricture without the aU of knit or cautery cures In 90 per cent ol al cases In the treatment ol Loss ot Vital Forces Nervcus Disorders Kidney and Urinary Complaints Paralysis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more that double that of any other specialist Crises pronounced Hopeless hy other physicians readily Yield to Ills treat him to day fully about your case He makes no charge f11 consultation or advice either at his of flee or by moll Address J Newter Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf Tho Largost School In the South Tbe fall session ol the Cherry Broth ers Schools opened in the magnificent new college building Sept 4 1900 with an attendance that Is at least twice as large AS it was at the beginning on last year and there is no long LT one doubt about tbe daily attend a ce reaching one tfrou an I Students during tbe present fcbulaslic year The new college building is citiint Otflxiai We know of nothing better than coughing to tear the lin- Ing of your throat and lungs It is better than wet feet to cause- bronchitis an- dIneumonfa Only keep It up and you will succeed in reducing your weight losing your appetite bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of consumption i Better kill your cough before it kills your er PQetoraIkills kind A 25 cent bottle is just right for an ordi nary cough for the harder coughs of bron chitis you will need a 50 cent bottle and for the consumptionsone most economical 4Mycoa Nuced me to a lUllskeleton II Uled many remedln but theTMl failed fUr tbe CbenyYeetorailImmediately be to tutored ma to bealth I boiler I owemytiretItYsoma Monrux Oct 71893 llrowntOKnVa r T doubt the most handsome school structure in the South Parties desiring to write the Southern Normal School and fowling Green Business College concerning their education or the education of their children should address H II Cherry General Manager Bowling Green K- yProgramme 4 Of Colored Teachers Association lobe held at Cromwell Saturday Septem 29th 1900 The Association will convene At 9 oclock a m Opening exercises by Gaylon Taylor Welcome address by Miss Florida TaylorResponse by Mrs J W Acton How to advance our boys tudglrli Miss H Owen Personal habits of the teacher Acton The patrons and teacher Miss JB BerryHow to reach the little folksMrs- J W Acton DSitiMlon Noon The ttulIJYUlrnt f the teacuer iuprititendnt Rivets Thi Njti Pnb m S M Tytur The scientific Mild literary quHfica ins at the teacherS T Martin Tie mulls ci lOucntion and hem culture Prot Smith The straw nhanR D Newton The tttie woman MiM F Taylor General remarks Ajurtnent J B BiiRKV f R D Nrwrox Com M ACTON I Farm for Salo Five miles below Hartford r milt South of forks Centertown and Ceralv roads contains tOO acres plenty ot fencing timber good fresh water and i valuable mineral spring good dwel ling house and out buildings youni orchard apples peaches plumbs am giape will sell In two lots Apply to G R CARSON Centertown Ky OLATON September 27 1900Iu memory 01 Mrs A J Hall Death hiss called away our loved one In the lonely grave to lie Yet her soul is now resting in that home beyond the sky Dearest grandma how you Mifler edtil God caled yon Iromyour pain To that blight and holy mansion through endless yen to reign There I hope to tacit you when God dotllt all things well We loved her yes we loved her but the angels loved her more And they have gently called her t yonder shining shore The golden gales wcreopena gen tle voice paid rome And with a farewell unspoken she calmly entered home Oil how ndly tin we mist her DU earthly tongue can tell But In heaven we hope to meet you where God doeth all things well Far beyond this world cf sorrow far beyond this world ot care Soon well find our loved ones wait log In our lathers mansion fair Yes shes gone hut not fmgotton by the ones left lonely here And ere lone we hope to meet lien in that bright and glorious dawn MAUIR NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality Lost Vigor sad Minbood Corn ImpolellcyNIht Emllon Lou of lIe- m10r7 direaaeeQ and indUeretlon V111111 tODIOnSDd PILLS ylok glow to pale IroSlid realorel tbe mall CTSDemosi boiei for 8260 with our gmonuiU to curt or refund the aid trend for circular abd COPT ot our bankable guarantee bond STRBNOT8eruifELLOW LABEL PotltlTelr goaraateed cure for Lose of Power Viirlcocela Uodoiolorcd or Shrunken Oreau Parch Locomotor Ataxia Ncrroni Prostra tlon Fits Insanity Ptralrili and the ReinlU of KicMilfS of llIm or Liquor mall In tarn packamlflOO a for 2SOO with our Late e bond to cure In 30 days or refund money paid Addre- uNERVITA MEDICAL CO Clinton Jackson Gt CHICAGO IL- LfliILtUlm BNT AL NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN EVANSViLLE A- MDCHICAGO A new through car line tins beer stabllsbtd fur the entire distance ver the Illinois Central between Rvansvill end Chicago the line being iU Mattoon Champaign and the road From Evansville to Mattocti Immeily I part of the P D R Ry Tin ervices is ns follows NORTH OUNDDaily Ex Sun Lv nVl1n vile 73ipm yjson m Chicago 7ooa m 7oop tn SOUTH BOUNDDally Bx Sun Lv Chicago 84opni 8300 en- tt Evansville 80511 ni SSp m Through sleeping cars on night wins and through free reclining chair nts on day trains Tickets of you local ticket agent Slow Are Your Kldncyi t iHlteeurealialdnartUePamI Subscribe for THE EPUBLTOAN VIHtHEADQUARTERS HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED AT U COLLINS BIG STORE FOR THE FAIR VISITORS Our Fall Stock of new Gcods has ar rived and is now open for inspection and our store is at the disposal of anyone at tending the Great Ohio County Fair If you have any appointment to meet any of your friends specify our Store as your place of meeting as our house is open to allund you are entirely welcome to spend your leisure hours at the CHEAPEST TRADING PLACE In Ohio county Especially low prices will prevail on every article in the house dur ing Fair week If you need a change of linen during the Fair do not ail to see our line and get the lowest prices ever offered Visit Headquarters while attending the FairYour presence solicited The cheapest house in Ohio county REM E3IElt THE PLACEclIR Tr OOJJINSto vVP I I LThCTHC TLC PHONJ I ManurrLoture d bY the 114 Southern Electrical Company I Tafsav111e Toreni And be convinced tlmtit is the feer of Any telephone AreLONG e DISTANCE TELEPHONE In Oak Cases hint Distance Transmitter best hard rubber hand Trlephnnrt With flatteries complite for 626 F 0 B Card Nashville Write in fur prices on all materiil used in onnection with the TELEPHONE OR ELECTRICAL 1UHIXESS VVe Are 3eadquartors WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL1n Beaver Dam Ky or For allesand GetJtJcJnenTliofumh curces iu Literature Lingimgc MUIIO Art and Businea Excel cut home inflnanree Itfined and plcrsjiit itivironnienli Eight yeArs of successful wink bus IIOMI completed Next session opens August 28 1900 IVe G WELBORN1rcs J UtM BARNES Vice Pros Now is the Time To subscribe for your hump paper and read the new rhoplice of THE ltEruBLicA is spin w vunce 4 IIIII It may seem a little early lo some to buy ilea goods but the cool weath er faa reminder that the chilling blasts of November will soon be on luwhcn these goods will bo a no cessity Wo are better prepared than over to how you styles and price that competitors cauno l touch 4liliiii I i m CAPE CHAT Another big lot of allwool Black Cheviot Capes 30 inches long for 8100 S A regular 8125 Capo Big line all wool fine grail o Capes all lengths and abodes from 8150 to 8750 Fifty now elegantly trimmed Black Cape nicely beaded all Ju gtbnnd sizes running from 8100 to 1000 Dont buy until you see these good It willsurely pay you to inspect our line JACKET TALK f are headquarters for Dry Good Millinery and Suits f WINTER WEARABLES IS t Hartford I n L FRIDAY SElTliMBER 28 Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo I Tablo New thus rnrd taking rffrrl Hamlmr Jape 24th ivuontnoun North lloniul Nonlh Ilqniiil ulaiIDe415am hiIt tlMi ni NolordnetMpm o lad due 2upnN- nIt2dueaYapDI xnltlme5wpm Loral trlllINo 1t1ln IWo DI NuItUfnempm- N It tAXYXTaa AlCul Nw Hits Sufpenders and Shoes at Carson it Cos See the new Percale sect dress Goods its at Carson Cos For the incest hulls fn the city call the Singer rffice fJatObi whjit delicious Ice Cream end Sherbet you get nt the Singer Office What dainty little cakes you get with cream or sherbet at the Slugti office Mr and lrIj R Bunter Small house vltited Mr S Jr Hawkins r near town Wednesday and Thursday 4 When you come to the Mir ourduestoTtrnRaplease PVDUCAN It would appreciate a part ol your hospitality Neit Tuesday night Dr It M Berry will address the citizens of Fordsvllh in the intetest of civil llbertyA large crowd should greet Dr Berry Mr end Mrs Win Fair returned Wednesday from Cincinnati where they had been purchasing the fall end winter stock for Fair Co 0 Next Saturday Is the fall Millinery Openin at R T Collins Big store You can see all the newest and latest I MillineryfTWe will not give away rocking chairsor mirrors after October I Anyone holding one of our cards and wanting it filled out must do so before October i CARSON Co The following letters remain uncalled for in the Haitford pwtcfnee lliss Willie Lanham 2 Miss W M Lanhatn Mr J F Hensep Mr C A Ellis O T Burdette Mrs Clssel- WOODDURY TlNSLBY P M Schtocter the Photographer will be at Hartford on or about October 1st 1990 with his Floating Studio We are making Buttons at ajc each or two for 4oc Kodak Photos nt 500 per dozen They are twice the size of Daisy Photos Come and see us- SCHROSTSR as- II t b Irap 1aew Os- In time by druad ta CONSUMPTION c newtstylish Jacket allnew hades lizea sizes to fit cverybtdy prices that will please all Price on all Woolen Jackets willrun from 8200 to 81000 Wo moire not forgotten the children Our line of Muses Jackets unexcelled Hand comely trimmed Jackets 81 85 Visit us Wo will guar anted satisfaction in PRICE and QUALITY We Mens Biya t Overcoat and all THE PLACE Republican Mr WD Moore Is in Greenville Just Ina lot of new goods at Car son S Cos Mr J S Maddox Rockport made us a pleasant call Monday Visit the Singer Offic for ice cream sherbet soda water and lemonade Mr Eugene Maddox Mcllenry called to are us Tuesday Mr Sam T Baiuett near town lost a vauable work horse this week I Mrs WG Hard wick and daughter Marie returned from Owensboro Tuesday Miss Alice Stafford arrived Sunday and is now in Carsons millinery de partment On next Saturday September the sgih we Invite the ladles to our Mil linery opening R T COLLINS Dr E M Berry will speak at Ro sine Monday night Every body is invited to attend Messrs R B Martin Cromwell and T H Denton Centertown called on the RitruiiUCAN Monday Col J S R Wedding will speak at CrouiwellBSTto morrow nighta He should have a large crowd Hon M L Heavrin will speakat Union Grove Church Tomorrow nightt3aDont forget to attend Remember the speaking Monday Dr EMBerry a Christian minister will streak in the interest of civil liberty at the Court Home at i p- mSCOTTS EMULSION OF CODLIVER OIL WITH- HYPOPHOSPHITES should always be kept In the house for the fol lowing reasons FIRST Because If any member of the family has a hard cold it will cure It SECOND Because If the chil dren are delicate and sickly It will make them strong and well THIRD Because If the father or mother Is losing flesh and becom ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTH Because It Is the standard remedy In all throat and lung affections No household should be without It It can be taken In summer as well as In winter soc and Sr11Jniggl SCOTTa BOWNE Qicmbti Ntw York 1 Mr Jno C Riley went to Lexing ton Tuesday to attend the Kentucky Bonktrs Association Saturday is the day for the opening ol the fall mil livery it all the stores in town Come out and see their Ills playswANrnnA ladymust come well recommended as a lady and a good all round housekeeperat the Floating Studio Will pay 175 per week 110 SciinuiTitn Iron SALEA farm of 160 acres good buildings well watered Lying on Rough River near Rosa ripple For terms call on Larkin Williams Centettown Ky The Republicans ol Beda have changed the date of their meeting from the 6th to the 8th and Col J S R Wedding will address the club Ev erybody is earnestly requested to come out Our Millinery department Is still under the management of Mrs Sara Collins Smith On next Saturday September the 29th Mrs Smith will show all the latest patterns in millin ery You should see them R T Cows Mrs Jane Sanderfur widow of flea Sanderfur deceased died of dropsy at ber home near Bald Knob church last Saturday She was 66 years old and a highly respected woman Her remains were butted at Mt Zion We desire to thank our friends who were so kind and generous to us for their assistance In the hour of our beloved brothers death Frank II Heavrin and shall always feel our selves under many obligations to them HEAVRIN BROS SISTERS Mr M L Heavrin addressed a good crowd of miners at Taylor Mines Wednesday night Ills speech was well received livery unbiased Kentuckian is indignant over the way Gobelism has proceeded Jn dis franchising one fourth of Kentucky Col J S R Wedding spoke to e representative crowd of miners at Mc Henry Tuesday night Mcllenry is certain to turn up the largest majority In her history because of the insult given to some of her worthiest and most prominent citizens by certain Goebelites if nothing else Mr B F McCormick died at his residence near town Sunday after a lingering attack of typhoid fever lie was a good citizen and well respected by Ibo e who knew him Ills re mains were interred at Mt Her won Monday in the presence of a large circle ol friends lie leaves a wife and famil- yCoAtAt tbe Mrs Elijah Miller flank opposite Dr Millers Bank We aim to furnish a good supply of coal New tip public screens good roads fine loading place take in exchange all kinds of horse feed such provis ions as we need and fruit at Hartford prices E M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66- JNo A EDOAR MILLER Mr Charles W Shultz and Miss Viola hut were married tn the parlors ol the Commercial Hotel Monday They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Era Loyd who were mar reed Sunday These young people come from prominent families and are very popular in their community Thev were the guests of Esq J A Parks family Monday night Mr Scott Leach of near Cromwell died Monday of typhoid fever He had been sick about three weeks Mr Leachwas a highly respected farmer ofmoderate means He was a member of one of tbe oldest families in the county and erjoyed the confidence and esteem of all who knew him His remains were interred in the family burying ground on the old homestead Tuesday Aaron McKinley little four year old son of Mr Boss Stevens of Cromwell died suddenl Tuesday evening The little fellow had been unwell for a few days but was not regardedas dangerous A physician had been called a few minutes before his death but nothing could be done for him and death came very unexpect edly The cause of his death is not known and as we understand the doctors were not agreed as to the cause Mr Garrison Hoover of near Ola ton died of typhoid fever Saturday and was burled Sunday nt the Louis Smith burying ground He had not been sick long and his absence in the community will be greatly felt for he was a very agreeable gentleman and one of the counties most respected citizens Ills daughter Miss Lula is also very sick ot the same disease She is a former student of the hartf- ord college and has been teaching at Horton Jesse McHenry and Wash Duncan became engaged in a quarrel in Haytl Monday which resulted In a severe wound for Duncan The fray was due to an over supply of strong drink They had been quarreling sometime and McHenry claims to have been imposed on by Duncan so he prepared for the worst by employing the ser vices of a revolver Bith exchanged fire but one shot took effect and that was in the neck of Duncan The wound is very painful but it is not thought to be fatal McHenry ant rendered to the authorities and his ball fixed at 25000 which was promptly given Ills trial is set for today This is the third time Dun can has been shot He is a very game negro and when the boys get Into trouble with him they use him rough ly Mr John Everman a very prowl nent citizen of Morgantown commit ted suicide last Monday morning by hanging himself With a plow line to a tree on the bank of Green River Ev erman arose sometime In the night and left the zoom and it is presumed that he went Immediately to the place where he ended his life Ills head has been oifcrted for sometime and this is the only reason for the rash act which be committed Ills family is very promlrent and this sad accident is certainly an awful shock to them It is very strange that a man will en his own life in any manner especiall- at the instance of a plow line man with a congenial family should be tbe happiest man in the world yet from some cause a few good citizens tire of life and resort to the abnormal process to which Mr Everman did I Tom Himes son ot Mr J R Hlmes who lives on Rough River below Har ford was bitten by a water moccasl Monday night The boy in company with one of the other children stepped out in the yard after dark and acct dently trod on the snake when it burled its fangs in the boys foot The parents immediately gave the boy whisky and kept it up until he had consumed about one pint and a half All this while the reptiles venom wa doing its work It was hard to tel which was the more dangerous the whisky or the bite of the viper Dr E W Ford was called in and alter working with the boy most all night he was apparently out of danger The snake was killed and brought to town and many citizens were anxious to see it Most all agreed that it was a water moccasin but some contended that it was a copperhead Next SaturdaySeptem- ber 29 RT Collins Mil linery Opening r College Notes Judge J S Glenn conducted Gener eral Exercises Monday morning Misses Belle Wcerner and Lily Thomas were pleasant callers Mon day morning Messrs Shelby Taylor John MooreI John B Wilson Judge Miller and Dr Z H Shultz were pleasant atIEx Monday morning MrlIoard and Miss Park were pleasant callers at Exercise Tuesday morning Mr and Mrs Shlultz were pleasant callers at Ex Tuesday morning- Mr Taylor B irkley county ma tticulated Monday monday Miss Oma Campbell has been ab sent from school several days on the account ol sickness Miss Beulah Barnett is now absent from school on tbe account of sick ness STUDENT Millinery Opening Remember the big Millinery open ing at Carson Cos next Saturday the 29th Miss Stafford has an elegant line ot hats and trimmings for the laUJ trade and will be pleased to see all her old customers and many new ones Dont fail to hear Dr E M Berry at the Court House MondayMarriage Llconso Mr Charles W Shultz to Miss Viola Huff Mr Era Loyd to Miss Ellen Haynes Mr M F Taylor to Miss Elrada Gordon Mr Ira M Has hart to Miss Same P Cooper r To the Trustees and Marshal During the early part of the sumI mer the trustees of Hartford who are all Influential business men and of our best citizens ordained that all stock except cows and including dogs should be permanently removed from the streets It was a bright idea and met the approval of the best citizenship of Hartford Si well pleasedwere our neighboring city o Beaver Dam with the nppearace of our streets alter the stock had been removed that she too adopted the law Now thlllis a good law for which our councilmen deserve to be congratulat ed but it is being abused by not bee ing enforced When the trustees have provided a kennel for the dog and a pound for stock then it the sworn duty of the marshal to s that every annimal Is kept off the streets There seems to be afavorit few dogs that are privileged characters ou the streets when the law says that all dogs found on the streets with or without their owners shall be takenup by the marshal and cmpound ed andowner fined not less than ft 50 nor mote than 15 oo This favorite few of the dog kind is daily found on the streets while others have elth er been killed or confined This is unjust and should not be permitted to continue There should be no distinction between dogs they are all dogs and should have equal privileges Most any day from one to a doze hogs can be seen on the streets and yet we have a law that expressly forbids such It Is useless for the citizens of Hartford to spend 25 or 30 for a marshal who is afraid of hlsduty Gentleman enforce the law or repeal it and lets all have equal rights con fine all dogs and all hogs or let them go free alike FRANK H HEAVRIN DEAD A Bright Young Man Dlas In Loulsvlllo Iut Saturday Mr Irunk H Heav rlnaurlUerclllz nol Ohio county bu for sometime a resident of Louisville died In that city There have been conflicting reports sent out AS to the cause of his death but the story 61 his untimely soil is nhi ut as follows Saturday rooming gaunt Ileiwrln arose with a severe headache He stepped out in the city and purchased graindlandladyAasking her to wake him promptly at 12 oclock as he wished to go to work at that time He is supposed to have taken an overdose ol the headache preparation which caused heart fail ore for he died within four hours af 9twas a very suspicious noise in his room when the landlady remarked to her husband that there must be something wrong he said no that he hart heard him make the same noise before Shortly alter this his roommate came and was acne to the room He discovered that Heavrln was suffering intensely and unconscious The alarm was calledIe to restore him he expired without re gaining consciousness His remains were brought to this county Sunday and burled in the Brown burying ground four miles east of town in the presence of his six surviving brothers and two sisters and a host of friends Young Heavrin was a brother to Hon M L Heavrin and a very pleas ant and congenial young man with a very bright and hopeful future He had spent two years in the medical college at Louisville and had prepared to complete the course in the next two yearn He had deposited enough money with his brother in Owensboro to complete his collegiate course His unfortunate death was a great shock to hIs brothers and sisters for it seemed that there was an unusually strong tie existing between them His funeral was preached at the grave by RevBeanr fCome to the speaking Monday Programme For Teachers Association to be held at Dnford the third Saturday in Octo berReading Circle W G Welborne President 1000 to 1030 Opening Exercises 1030 Methods in Education Chapter It Seth Mosley Chapter IV Vrankle McDonald Chapter V Yantz Mosley Chapter VI O G Pursell Chapter VII R D Robertson Introduction to American Literature Chapter IV Cleborn Miller Chapte V Morton Holbrook Chapter VI G Cook Chapter VII Dena WoodwardAssociation Work J Ham Barnes ConductorHow Classify in Public Schools O M Shultz- Penmanshl in the Public Schools W R Carson- Elementary Language Work in the Public Schcols Do you teach it Gilbert Holbrook and Dora E Gibson T J MORTON A W BENNETT Com W R CARSON J Low Rates South October ad and iCth 1970 via Southern Railroad in connection with Queeu Crescent Route from Louis yule Ky and Cincinnati Ohio Reduced rate one way and round- trip tickets to points in Tennessee Mississippi Georgia South Carolina Alabama Louisiana North Carolina Florida and parts of Virginia These special rates only on October 2d and isth 1900 from Cincinnati and Louisville via the Southern Rail way and Queen Crescent Route Connecting lines north ofCincinnati tickfvia our on nt reduced rates Maps schedules and information en to rates routes etc furnished free Correspondence and patronage solid ltd Address 1C A Baird Traveling Passenger corper4ths PassengereeAgent 225 230eWm H Taylor Assistant General Passenger Agt Louisville Ky iota Notice Onto COUNTY COURT F W Pirtle c for petition a stock Uw election This day a petition signed by more than one hundred citizens and legal voters of Ohio county was filed ask ing a submission of the question whether cattle shall be permitted to run at large in said county and asking ofnelection In said county to open a poll at the next regular election tat sold purpose and it appearing that the Fiscal Court of Ohio county has here refers decided by a majority of the members composing the same that said election shall be to take the sense of the voters of the entire county upon said question and it further appearing DRffiTtlfjgt If your liver 11 out rclcr causing HiliniiMuvR Sik IJraJacliL1 Heart burn c i Cu iliinli m take 1 doe of PillstOn retiring mid tomorrow your di gestive organs will bo regulated and readyforbeen the experience of others It will be HOODS PILLS are sold by nil niitllrinn dealers 25 eta that the petitioners at the time of fit thisscourt an amount sufficient in the judgment of the court to defray the expenses of the election upon this gees tion it is therefore ordered that said question be submitted at the next reg ular election and the Court now di recta the officers of election in Ohio county to open a poll at the several voting precincts in said county at the next regular election November 6 1900 for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of this county upon the question whether or not they wish cattle to run at large in said county and the clerk of this couit is directed to prepare ballots for said purposePursuant to the above order I S T Stevens Sheriff of Ohio county will cause a poll to be opened at each of the voting precincts In Ohio county on November 6th 1900 for the par pose of taking the sense of the legal voters as to whether cattle shall be permitted to run at large in saidcoun ty S T STEVENS S O C Special Excursion to Louls ville September 29th Saturday September the 29th is the last day of the Elks Carnival and Street Fair at Louisville It is also Miners Day as well as Kentucky Day Governor Beckbam and his staff will be in attendance For this occasion the Illinois Cen tral will run a special excursion train passing Beaver Dam at 630 a m ar riving at Louisville at 1045 a m re turning leaves Louisville at ztoo p m thus giving everybody an oppor tnnlty to see all the sights on the Midway which is probably the great est collection of attractions since the Worlds Fair The extremly low rate of 175 has been authorized from Beaver Dam and proportionately low rate front other stations Dont miss it S B VANMETBR Agent TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT itchingItcases where surgeons fall It is no throughItsPrice 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 ctsI For sale by J H Williams ADABURG Ky September 26 1900 Elder H C Ford is conducting protratcted meeting at the Christian church at tblsI placeMr Scott Ambrose U very sick atIthis writing Mr Ferdinand Taylor who has been sick for several days is slowly improvingIMr C F Westerfield and family Mr Thomas hickey and family and quite a crowd of young people attend ed the fair at Owensboro last week Mr J L Kalph who has been sick for several weeks of typhoid fe ver is convalescent at this writing Li HUNG CIIAKO SMALLHOUSE School commenced here Mouday September the I7th wi h Mr J H Wood as teacher We predict a sues cessfnl school as Mr Wood is well educated and is a nice young man There were 44 pupils present Mr James C Bennett our Sunday- sbool Superintendent who has been confined to his room for sometime on account of a broken leg is able to be out again Mr and Mrs L P Downs of Liv more attended church here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Downs has been at the bedside of Mrs Frank Downs No Hone for you said four different physicians but I still had sufficient left to try Dr Miles New Heart Cure as it was highly recommended to me 1 had suffered for years with heart trouble so bad was my case I was given up to die several times Had severe palpitation short breath and much pain about the heart fluttering and smothering spells but Heart Cure gave me prompt relief and finally a permanent cure Mra J L Taylor Owtniboro Ky DR MILES Hieai1CturIt told l all druggists on guarantee first bottle benemt or money Book on heart and nerves tent free Dr Miles Medical Company Elkhart Ind 1 1 1 1I 1ei 1 1 1 = There is no end of = IOld Virginia Cheroots to waste as there IS no finished end to cut off and throw away When you buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for five cents you have more to smoke rand of better quality than you have = when you pay fifteen cents for three Five Cent cigars Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this ryear Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 OHIO COUNTY FAIR =TO BE HELD A- THARTFORD KY October 4 5 anda 1900 The prospects are for the best FAIR in the history of ther Company V V 1 t k nv MORE RINGS MORE RAORS MORE AMUSEMENTS TITAN EVER BEFORE Remember the first day is free for ladies and children WGHARDMCKSecy who has been quite sick the put week Miss Clara Ford has been quite slckand Dr Barnes of South Crroll ton was telephoned to come Sna day to see her I Mrs Tom Ford end daughter Madge are both quite sick Clara Robertson and Mandy Gallo way have both been quite sick but are better at this writing Rev E Maddox preached two excellent sermons Saturday mind Sunday Sunday being his J appointment an election was held and he was reelected lor another year as pastor of Smallbonse Baptist congregation- Mr P B Taylor has returned from Evansville where he has been with some hogs sheep and calves Misses Oma Maddox and Alice Fulkerson attended the Otvensboro fair Friday and Saturday Mr W D Maddox Beaver Dam visited his parents and attended church Saturday and Sunday Rev Shugart held religious services at tbe home of Mr Henry Withrow Thursday evening Mr Withrow is severely filleted with a cancer I Miss Stella Stroud hits returned to her home at Centertown alter several days visit to Misses Olive and Oma Maddoxee 44 A Gentle Wind of Western BirthI Tells no sweeter story to humanity than I the announcement that the hrath giver and heallhbrlnger Hoods SarsaparSla tells of the birth of an era of good health It Is the one reliable specific for the cure of all Wood stomach andliver CroulXelI I See CARSON BROS Stock of New- ShotGunsRiflosTargotGuns C Jcs Ammunition for all USE EAGLE FERTILIZER SOLD BY I D L D Sanderfur BEAVER DAM KY 1 will unload October 1 and 8 1000 I will sell at COST thoe days s ATTENTION Rememberthat your thebeststable Good Riggs and Buggies at all bestwheat oJ3earis earnestly RespyJohn HAHTFORD Rough River Telephone Company iXCOirOKATED Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize homo folks where you can buyour own phones and bnildyourown lines and in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying HoughHlvor xpnseifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies OASTOnXAIS Bash Blguttn d Jer LadiesShoes1Having session of an elegant but mixed lot of LADIES SHOES at about half their value we will dis pose of them at the most ridiculous low prices They are well made and of good leatherjust the thing for everyday wear Call arid examine CARSON BROS THE GROCERS HARTFORDKY Educate Your Jiow U Vrlln Cucanta torner10e2Ic Our fee returned II we fill Any one Madia ketch and description of any Invention will rerelre our free conectuleg the patentability of ume How to a Patent tent n request ratenta argued through UI adTCrtUed for aale at our e Patents taken out through ua receive epeetol- noncewithoutcherge ln TUB FATCHT K coa In Illustrated and circulated Journal consulted by Manufacture and Invert on bend aample copy FREC Additaa e VICTOR J EVANS A CO PatentAttorney caws Building WASHINGTON 0 Co Hduu U B PJ V TIio Kind Yon Ilavo Always Bought anil which Ims been in uso for over 30 years has borno the signature of A ami has been inado under his per soirni supervision Rinco Its liifluiicy 4 I Allow no ono to decclvo you Iii tht All Counterfeits Imitations nnd JnstnsgoOlI arc lint Experiments that trifle with anti endanger the health of Infants anti ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cotitorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare ioric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Vornm and allays Fovcrlsliness It cures Diarrluua and AVhul Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Dowels giving healthy mitt natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Slathers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALV- AYSctihO Signaturo of 2 d The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt eCNTAUN COMMHV TV MUHHAV T ItT NEWTOMK CITT rLJNr r n fSAVESTART1N 0St4r tin tags showing small 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AuoclJI 011 al Maadolln cr7 budomZWIIII Alarm Clock DlCkcIISU 36 Wlabtcr IlepeaUaC libol Ouo 0 11 01 OeCUInS IovrI Teupoona boO nr i donbtobarrel hammer W WIT 20 61 lenutee e l ii iioubletreIbitt plated no 59 Ou itII tI and Fork buckhorn hmmIIisro itJiaD4j oroCO Tut I WE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30TH lS00fIS JISD that ti dime worth fnrm1t PLUC orfJ1fwllilau flooter and afford more pleasure thin a Imea worth of a- DWOlber brnnd till T MAYE tHE TT TJJfSend tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo 4 f = = =o CREAMVVORMS For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies R- YOoD aT AXaXa 33 3d TT Or CHSCPS Prepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis TIME AND SPACEarepracticallannihilated cumference of Old Earth in HO many different directions Foreign parts are no longer I foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia lire next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowIf we read TIm CHICAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondents are located iii every important dlJ in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so cxtonslvea service and it is Supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For aecurUe intelligence of the stirring events which arc shaking the nationsofwars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old governments and the establishment of newof the onward sweepof the race in all parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper THE CHICAGO RECORD FR SIIIIScl 1 Lj of iuioi ou the revero hide will bo mulled to any address Irco of charge i n rerrlnt of request afcouiponlcd two 2crnt utamns to cover Ostae rod vrriiit ln The mni t liliMrnto cltnrly how comprehensively the yxvtal caIn service of Tin fiiirj rwniia c vera the entire civilized world Ad TUB UIICACO Ufoau lul MaJlwa ttrcct C1L ngo I I s A EON TO MANKIND TABIERS BUCKEYE Z PILE Ic wIJ gr- TJ 05t4aJ 0C1 en ITIZ I i=LU A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BAllARD Sole Proprietor 310 Korth MaIn Street ST LOUIS MO Hartford Republican FRIDAY SliPTUMDER 28 MR GOEBELS PLACE IN HISTORYI I lootlutl lrom lIIIIIIt1I people but on the contrary tney ret egated him to the rear of both the oth er candidates Hardin nud Stone lIe did not get the support of one third even of the Dcmoctatic volein of the States and his buccess in the convention was entirely due to his work upon the politicians who aysem bled in that convention 15 History will recotd the manner ol his nomination his disputed rela tions with Captain Stone his method of acquiring control if the organize tlon of the convention his approving i and profiting by the high handed I frauds ol Chairman Rulwine mid the use of nrrueil ami pJUicaii pnlirciuei to control the CIIIIVt IIthIIJKll they tire not things likely to mile the Ms toiian bei VL lit Mr 1Vimherlft in the saluHiy lessms tit rite MIK I ol such a life luruishcs to the utl ol the State 16 History w ill record that havin by such rucins become the mucrat ic nominee there wts nut a stogie precinct in tiny une of the ligciiiui iles ol the State in which the elrctiii otlictis were tint rtppointrd and tub jct to instant removal by hoot P election boards ullsDI 17 History will record MrIGoebel himself on the eve ot election was in Louisville planning his campaign that on the night be fore the election eighty odd Republi can election officers without any charge against them were summarily removed and more pliant substitute put in their places for the manifest purpose of allowing n freer hand to the Gjtbcl officers on election slay that in some Republican precincts three Gaebel election officers nevrr y t have made any returnes at all thus deptlving the whole body of cit z na of their votes and that in many other Republican precincts the voting Vas made so slow that the polls closed before oily but a small fraction of the voters could vote OWN IARTISASS AGAINST HIM IS History will record that despite their control ol every precinct III the State and despite the fact that not a ingle Democrat testifies that he was prevented from casting bis vote twi if the three partisans whom Goebel selected for his State Board were com pelted to declare thht he load teen dex leated huver 2000 votes on the taco of returns made in every Instance by lection officers chosen by the Goebel machine 19 History will record that there upon the two men Pryor and Hills vho had shown that they could note trusted to go to any length to seat their defeated candidate resigned md the remaining member of tht ward Poyntz ineteadof selecting twoemintnt men known to the whole State to be lair men filled the 7ncan ies with one man Fulton who had ust before in violent terms publicly leclared that the Republican flktu hould be unseated and another lYontz of whom the people generally had never heard 20 History will recotd that tho democrats generally confessed theii leleat and even the Courier Journal accepted it but Goebel determined toi carry the contest Into the Legislature which was largely Democratic on joint ballot but close in the Senate illS GOOD F10IIT 21 History will record that it was Declared and expected by well inform cd men and it must have been expec ted by Mr Goebel that such a con test before a partisan Legislature would arouselsuspicion most violent opposition and probably bloodshed Whether in forcing this contest he lought a good fightJas Mr Win n ILYONS i J i 1 OnA0EMan IIj LAXATIVESYRUP tNATURCS curt ro- nCONSflITION1 I oflIVeltetablcs nessjSickJlspl Colds and Iwi It drives out Impurhict rt tiNoo1 and maUes the complex If you do not lil c L 1dUr titan any used I IIIro OAC rAIt IlKNrltOtV A Id Iliiiiilrc Ky- J II tvlll I JIN Ilnrtfnril tOy It JyIvu M timit i Cu nmifiiryiir lUllS X TAYLOU Cromwell Uy I tndWkttktr Pawn I OPIUM fDIIoutIM Kortb Prier 1 I THE SIOK ARE I MADE WELL I And the Weak urn Itritnrnl to Fall Vigor nnd Strcnctli eitllcalcrofMoilimtTlluca ot tlm llanOa of tlia Great I woaknu5AreSI DoJOuletCoara limit iouImUmtiitlont =oonlll11 ilraln upon tlii rritcmtlicreryonnmwIt Proir tune f I IhtrohlltonI MnnorWuuiunrII hot JOU abouIJ not de i tiywiedbeforeuueonSuit tuna Uie human Indj Kan honk an l under I standevriihuoof weak fir UIM M and to w hra ttie pn tfrtreatment fur ii euro u u pimple i otacolDiuonf Ileum rnyrrOearei1iJNEflONThe S iiiaprcpeettintuf all other tnconitilnrd ilIcurea of all sorts of dumped conditions bsto ten the marvel nf the medical protawloa smith eroito rnerallr III fete ha aprvadlntn cyrty lon and erery hamlet amigbtlidhilt a lmlnitcrtDtf ofIdle wonderful cistern oftreat ruenu Wrrcia humanity bate mm to him tot Uterliarhim their thanks All Diseases Iir llaiha ur trMU alldlMM thoeeuurcaCatarrh ltieumatlm Kidney Comehalnteyeertna amtullfonutol lincertnu BIMI dlmrdera InthoVarlcoeclaknifeatricilirepntlent II treated lrtlil method el hi own home wlltmnt twin or Inwof tlinn from ruMnew ThUl- ivwltlrelr the treatment which cure wllh out an- ororatlan Pr IialhawavcnlU thoisfliruiaratten1- mb of mfferer from anil Stricture C- paeeV1naand tint btanwhoukw50cbwihiLo Ewor n Wf application aso ir flatbawsi Ieetally treated accnnlmc to IK rlolIuoMrblolfoOnI tn- own sneetat crtrtlon of bl own liliLOWFees mail and mbeaacoM l taken IL one low feecnrcrt allrcrtof niedirineesod rof ftonal rerrlce J NEWTON HATHAWAY MD Ilrllaliinwar 8 Ca 309 Church Street Nuhvlllr Teen UEXTJOX TillS lAlKll WlitV WIIITIW Chester says depends on whether alight is a good fight merely because it is carried on resolutely by an able man regardless oi the motives which prompt it or the disastrous result I that follow not merely to himselfbut to other noel Innocent people 22 History will record that tie lint step in the contest program 01 Senator Ouebel was to destroy the onsUtuti nal power ol a f nnll ma joiity of the Senate to hlok his elec lion 1 y ndoptiug rule II which pro vided that the contest should be de oided not by a majority ot each of the two Houses ol the Legislature in me ot which his rnxjurity was doubt fu but by a majority of n joint ses sion of both Houses WHFN THIS CLUnK snoot Till nX 23 History will declare fmillythat the contelt committee in the Goer nors race drawn by lot and thAI Ciy a putting the names of the R e lellte Laislators iu one end ol th IIJX and those opposed in the other tnd then shtlcing the bx up ant lown tiiteal ol slilewiys antI tiraw tog names Irom the Gnbel end o doe by a most rxtraoidiuary prver ion of the iluctiine r f clitnc ther was but one anti Uoebrl nun on lh Governors Contest Conuiiittceacnius ten lor Goebel although mathemalic tell us the chances against such a te suit with an honest shake wete just fur hundred and twenty nine to one Vnd when Republican Legislators during the next drawing inslstfd thai the clerk was juggling with th names in the box and demanded t prove it by having him simply oper the box a leader ol Goebelites shout ed to the clerk to shake the box amigo on with the drawing and tbU being done the Republicans in thi rest ot the contests got a lair propor tlonate representation on the com mittees History tony not declare that the drawing was a fraud for Mr Goebels fellow members and the clerk destroyed the evidence to prove or disprove the fraud when it was in the box before them and the RepublU- I can members demanded to see it but history will declare that such conduct raises a very strong presumption oi fraud which will taint an title to office secured by such means History will declare that had Mr Goebel been as Mr Winchester would have the youth ofthe State believe me ot Kentucky greatest song had he been a Clay or Crittenden or Owsley or Morehead or Simon Doll ver Buckner he would never have sat in his seat in the Senate chamber and permitted such conduct to go on under his own eyes unrebuked and he would have gone to the stake rather than take an office tainted with such suspicion of jugglery anti handI I illS PtACR IN IIISTORV truthfulIthe time of the assassination That assassinatisn no man can condemn more than I do But history will not consider that the assassin was gifted with the magic power ol transtorniivti a very human man into will history permit the assassination or the real distress of the deal nuns family or the poignant grief of many of his self seeking followers over the loss of a masterly leader to obliterate or obscure the most impitUnt and Biliousness i JOiSTS ana and thorn ported Couldnt do Limoforiudlgoation I atcicly cured Kccouimcnd them to every one 10Cc you will never bo wltbout them la tho family1 Enw A MAIIX Albany N Y CANDY CATHARTIC I TMAOI UAMN HtaiTllO i DoGoodCURE CONSTIPATION iiirihi atmttt Cpuj CIIMW XtrnI J rii in N OTOU drugMv 1 most public acts of his lIfo That Mr- I Goebelwas able untiling courageous Is true That he was unselOsh tInt he was the sublluuttd essence ol goodness Mr Winchetted would have Ihe youth of the State believe is absurd history would so declare II it would waste time to pay attention to absurd ascertions Many good and sympathetic men and women will contribute to erect H monument declaring Mr Goebel one of Kentucky gteHtcit Rons Let no one deny them the privilege The scheming politicians who have been using the dead mans corpse to en- flame their constituents antI draw public mind nwuy from their attack under Mr Goebels election law upon the freedom of Kentuckians have sought by law to ptohibit the publica tlou of avpht but lIaise ol their poll tical tender We should expect noths lug less from them But when men like Mr Winchester at a time when a considerable pa t if the people art frenzied over the infimnus assisslna tlon of Mr GJtbel ten the flmieb1 such articles as hti aol ptvui t facts of hl try anti cmnsvl Hit salutary lessoui that the su Iniouch a Life lurnidhes to theyiuh coI the State in public and Ir vac tue it is time for the truth in IIspoken I have endeavored lu l but the truth If in any pattirilir I hive erred in stating it I Mull at the reader to go over the whule setif of statements that I huvc made stnd ask himself are those stuteinent hlch be will admit to be correct not sufficient to show tint the toll of Kentuckys greatest suns will be complete without the name of William Goebel TEMPLR BontEY Bost for tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache oa cancer you will never tit wel tntll jour lMiwel4 art put tilit C AS iARMTS help nature cure you with nt H IripIIr pain produce easy nut Hal movement to tn yon just n tnts to start retting your health tack CASCARI5T3 Candy Cathar c the genuine put up in metal Mxes every tablet has C C C tampedon it Beware of imitations a aDont Tnlnrro SII mJ Suult Tuar tire litir To quit tobacco easily nml luretcr tciuat ictlc lull ot tire nvrvu nud visor taVu NcTo Inc the won Jcr wurlirr that trhei weak men tronf Ml dru2Bl UW corll Cure cullraa ced Iloolilct nnd sample free ACtress iterllng llemcly Co Chicago or New Yoik ISs a OPSyCVUDthousand with Stay ergIabt- j rue u hoI la tl1 at iaal twothlrda of all yiaptotua tame t TcsttmoniahsandTIhtDATSlratvuflflt Ira 31 S U mill SOlS ties KAtUnUlit 0IC When a preparation has an advettisen eputation tint Is world wide it means bat preparation is meritorious Il sOil go into H store to buy an article hat has achieved univetsnl poiulatit ike CIt cartti Candy Cathattlc for cx mple jou feel it Ins the endorse uent of the world The judgment ol he people is infallible because it is iiijeiFminl The retailer who wants u st11 jou foinelliing else in place f tilt article you ask lor has an ax ii grind Dont it stood to reason Its trying to sell something tint is tot what he represents it to be b1I tcauve he Ollt Cia tn driive an extra aroGt out ot your credulity Are you l asj Dont jou tee through his lit le game The man who will try and ell you a substitute for CASCARETS is a fraud Beware ol him lie h trying to steal the honestly earned lenefits of a reputation which another xtiness man has paid far and if his onfcietce will allow hint to go so tar ie will go farther If he cheats his ustomer in one way hevlll in an ither and it is nt safe to do buslnes with him Beware of the CASCARI5 ubstitutor Remember CASCARRTS t Ire never sold in bulk but in metal loxes with the long tailed C OilI very box and each tablet stamped C C C As an external liniment of mos wonderful penetrative and curative power BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT Is not tqualad by nny other in he world Price 25 ard 50 cts For sale by 1 U Williams CASTOnXABears teittKind You Hut Always Bought slrntfiro JJo-f UIINLMTHsNUllltril KSOWISTM irovm UiiKhcH Rod nil Alrilnrlti level Itoltcr that lulnlni lanruntwd try t At lrnsn1t OOe uiil fI1IO hattie ISJOt You my bridle the appetite but you cannot bridle the liver to d its Aork well VIU must be honest with it help it along a little now and then vitha dose of HURBINrJ the best liver regulator Price 50 eta JlllrI alt by J II Wii ruf IIMIKI I w liT II IS TI tIE Sates tithe Ilni IoIIIII new mlronoIIIMbi pteiimintl tnken In mrlr vent Cbllln IKDBUB nnd llulnrlnl Prvrrv etI on the liver tones nitlie cyntein Hettcr than I QuinIne Unnrauteeil try It At IrraKxtataJte add elGO bottle av II To Cure Cuti4tlMlloti Iorcvrr Take CaacareK CutUrttc tile irSSa If C C C fall lo cure UriiKil U refund iiiuiivr While Thorola Llfo more is i Hopo I twin afflicted with cata rh could neither taste nor smell anti coull hear I but little HlyH Crt nt Ham cuied 11Mucus G Shniitr Rtthwtv N I The Helm reached m t snfl an t r cflect is surpnsiii My sm siys th first upplicitlons gtv ilecill r IIM Respectfully Mm Hrinklii I veiinn Djver N IIIThe sue sing Sold by lruzlta it 0 ct or mule bir B y UruthiM 56 Wrei I St Nw Y irb m CATARRH FORERUNNER Few realize what a elcepcated obstinate disease Catarrh ii it as a limplc Inflammation of the nose nod throat little or no is given it lOut however insignifIcant it may scent at first it is serious and farreaching In its results The foul secretions entering the circulation poison the entire system The stomach kidneys in fact all the orcans feel the eflcct of this catarrhal and when the lungs are reached its progress Is antidestructive and rii ends In consuniption- It rapid smell In or entirely lost the soft bones of freepiently hap ns that the tllllel or hearing are sullerhtig antI greatly dlslilurinft the face While sprays the nose catch aiid destroyed call relief benefit can be expected from such treatment washes and salves may give temfOrary no permanent CATARRH IS A CONSTITUTIONAL OR BLOOD DISEASE IUd far beyontl the reach of mere local remedies TlIOIe who them for a cttre lose valuable time meet with tlisap pointonent itllow the disease to tAke firmer hoMo Only areal blood remedy can reach this troublesome anti dangerous disease anti cures Catarrh because It first clUII5eS suit builds up the blood pttrliea it mllkealt healthy atittiulates new life iuto the sluggish wornout organ and thus relieves the system all poisonous accumulations SIlIbl1the same time write our your ease vt any information or advice wanted We make uo cliaigc for this SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA QA zzZApBollhi Groon Bnsinoss Oolloo Southern Normal SchoolIt eDO I TWO BEr ABATE SCHOOLS CHDEB OWE XAHAOZJfZNT Ono Thousand Students Will bo in Dally Attendance During tho Coming Year OfOSDRRDS ft IhI AdIJf TeacheraMTeiviralnrTSclentllletllaMlcKlociillon and Brings Mm of the ronnlry a w flkiepATf and of Oratory IhlnlIIollVocal luIIlauruDlDtal The followlnr ettfItousle are KnghIh student who enters Ihe iitatalIU MiShortliana TTWrWnir tnmnsblpTeItgrPhyand Service AnyItnaitlestrill Daye the privilege of entering the SOOTHhalI NOIWAL SchooL pureeing say Ute branch or brancbes Uuirbt without edits cbaree Wi give two months tulllon fret wllh every rITe months by the howling Urea Buslneu CoUP nw building will be ready for eccUDC by the first DI l po- 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