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HARTFORD KY Wll fils prolreslon In all the courts ol Ohio and kdjolnlnpc counties and the Court ol Ap rrompt attention given to all bOll- ootratec1tp hint Office In ItlllimlciH building R REDDING t a- Attbrney t Law llftr fi Ky Ihr Will tifis4k his yroleaalon the courts ot Oho laten d aiUilis4i1cOul1WI Mao Notary Public throu Pat I iolfr PATENTS GUARANTEED lienfeereturned If we fall Any one acadlnr hi and dncriptlon of IntentIon will receive our opinion free concerning J iUbIiIt7 Of UrnS Ifow to ObtaIn a securedfeI iit through us receive IIiTIIIPATIZtTRZCOIDIt rir Ladles tent ra LCterJ4A S- Ic 4 GOVERNOR Uses Peruna For Colds c t j J I Wi i awaab u u l CAlITOL glLEX OREGON A Letter From the Execnllro ONce of Oregon TboOovvraor of Oregon II an ardent admirer of Pe rnna IIo keeps it con tinually In the house In a recent let tor to Dr Ilartmau bo says STATB or OREOOIT EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT BALEM May D1K Tbo Pernna Medicine Co Dear Bin I have had occulon to uio your Poruna medicine In my family for colda and it proved to be an excel lent remedy I have not had occasion to uto It for other ailment Yours very truly W M Lord Any man who withes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh Ca Iamb 11 wellnigh universal almort omnipresent Peruna the only abso lute safeguard known A cold ii the be ginning of catarrh To prevent cold i o cure colds Is to cheat catarrh out of NKMD fOK OREGON in His Family and BUILDING ColnmbusX Its victim Pernna not only cures c tarrh but prevents Every household ihould bo supplied with this great rem edy for cough cold and so forth It will bo noticed that tho Governor lays ho has not had occasion to use Pe runa for other ailment The reason for this ii mot other ailments begin with a cold Using Pernna to prompt ly euro cold ho protects his family against other ailment This Is exactly what every other family in the United States should do Keep Pornna In the house Vie It for coughs cold Is grippe and other climatic affections of winter and thero will be no other all monte in the house Such families should provide tbemielvos with a copy of Dr Hartmans free book entitled Winter Catarrh fcddreis Dr Kant mail Columbus Ohio ff i TKSOLD RELIABLE 81C8Jet WEEKLY Weefy Edition of the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune The Family Newspaper Special Departments devoted to Agriculture Poultry Markets Literature with other Special Features IMPROVED ENLARGED IN NEW FORM NOW TWENTYPAGES r I WANTED AGENTS II SPECIAL TERMS OF Grip OC 1published ISend It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all In a Cotton Belt Parlor Car 25 cents for a half Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you can enloy as much freedom and ease as you please If you are a smoker I ou will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch The delight in the splendid ladles lounging room with Its and Inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have your meals In this car at hour you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich tako Ilong as youIplease to eat you will only have to pay for what you The Cotton Belt Is the direct line toTem ItstraIns run through from Cairo and Memphis to Texas without chance Direct connections are toads at its Junctions for all paTti of Tsxaa Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Par West towt going atw when you will lure and we will tell your trIrewhichtra1ntotke to make the belt time and connections ant Wilt send yon an Interesting little booklet 1 HIT ntim rW UsUCHCa1 Petit antIAlL VAMWnTrrrriurlL BT LOUIS MO III Until wicif tocimtiL n RL A Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc mA What better Investment could bo raailo than in a of tho I International T This royal quarto volume is a vast storcfiouso of valuable Information arrAnged fl convcnlent form for Iiaul eye InBK and mind Ills raoro width used as standard than other dictionary in thoworld It should bo in every household iBfeL I ScottishOIOMllry e oIi1jJNow is the time to subscribe 4 t FANCIES A Fishermans Idlo Thoughts on a Sunny Wtntor Day The cold and snow of Winter are not everlasting for ever again the warm South wind comes gently over the lifeless fields as a forerunner of the north bound Sun ofthe Spring time It caresses the rugged ices bound trunks of the trees and gives A kiss of welcome to the the first summer flowers that peep up through their coveting of last years leaves The first twittering notes of the re turning birds lead pur thoughts far away into a future of unlimited fun The ghosts of other Summers come before us with their d parted sunshine and flowers and presage brighter Summers yet unborn The maelcot the sunshine gets into our bones and we hunt up our old fishing tackle And while we straighten out the tangles in our lines and rub up the brass on our rods sweet visions of the fish were going to catch come lazily into our thoughts We imagine ourselves in the rigout that becomes a fishermans high cal- lInga sweater a pair of rubber boots and a little cap cocked over one ear sitting in the shadow of the milldam and wet by the falling spray while we fool with the everhungry silver side like a negro who fished in a little creek a whole morning and nqv er got a silverside though he swapped a can of bait for bites At last becoming angry he straightened np and howled to his sister at the house by 0 Suel 0 Snel What do you want JohnuBringmy four pound anuhbalfax down here I bet 1 make these little scaleys hop How utterly delightful is to lie in the sun with the outside world shut off by the roar 01 the dam and to smoke Innumerable pipes while the gentle Zepyrus wanders through your whiskers and blows the ashep from your plpcJntb your eyes And if we watch closely we may see tragedies in Fisbland that art equal to any of the tragedies of men Theres the bullfrog ajts IB his Es ecutive Mansion across the treek be hind his barricade of willows and tall grass and croaks defiance to the world like Bill Taylor in his Executive Mansion at Frankfort where he Is try lull with soldiers and gatlingguim to preserve the trembling eagle of the popular liberty from the ravening talons of the dogs of faction that bay at the very gafes of the capitol Poor Bill and por bnlNfrog I Bills office and the bullfrogs hams cause them to be In danger of a common fate There is tllo cattish with the big head and little brains whp is a fellow ole single Ideato get something to eatand he always bites at anything that is the same size of something to eat A catfish always reminds me of a boy who was out In the yard one morning when the old stick chimney caught fire He said Paw the chlmleys afire The old man said By grannie put It out thenl Cant got to feed the hawgs said the boy Anti so the day goes by and we homeward wend our way without the ne plus ultaofthefishermana fish unless we can buy a string from some small boy or steal them from some bodys net with better luck than two boys who found a net In the river by seeing the fastenings and decided to rob it It wns too heavy to haul clear out so when they pulled it partly out one held the net while the other crawled in to get the fiih When he got In the extra weight was too much for No i who let go There was a splash a gurgle and then a kicking in that net like it had caught a stern wheel steamer No I yelled and a man ploughing near by pulled out the net and rescued the fish never who was as well so ked as the bread cast upon the waters that returned after many days He explained to the man that he slipped and fell In but the man said it looked more like be had fallen from grace and slipped in And thus even in Winter the gilt terlag dragon flies of Memory flit at undtbrough the Jolden sunshine of FArcy anil brighten the cher1t dtys IZAK WALTON SSeI Do You Nood An Electric Bolt For the past ten years Dr J Newton Hathaway who is recogniged as the greatest of all our specialists bs been perfecting an electric belt uit able to use In his practice one which he could furnish Asa part of his system of treatment and which be could conscientiously guarantee He now announces that he has perfected such a belt which be believes to be the only perfect belt wade It is light handsome of great power and with new attachments which make it suitable for every case He is prepared to fur nish this belt to all patients who need it and who apply to him for treatment at a merely nominal charge Write to Dr Hathawuy today telling all about your case and be will write you about the belt and if you desire the InspectloBAtWrese 39 Church St NashvIlle Tenn U j eji I r iJ iIy f of Ij h i 1 V- r 4 I roughrider I who rides the river with a twisting squirming log for a which be stands balanc Ing hlmself to its every motion If coolness falls or his nerve gives disaster and death reach out for him Its the giving way of the nerve which proves fatal to so many a man Perhaps he is simply crossing the street as he has done ten thousand times JIC Ilealll a about stops overIc went when he MOWS he has locked the front door and vet an irritating uncertainty compels him to get knowledge then that man is in dan ger at any minute when confronted by a trifling danger lie is unnerved This condition can be perfectly cured b the use of DC Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery It strengthens the atom purifiesthewhisky or other Intoxicant The reason I delayed writing was because 1 wanted to wait oiu rear I had taken the medicine before siring statement and now I can send a goOd conKfentlout tcitlmonlsl CityMadisonfall of 1896 I became all run down nerve were out order and stotnsch out of order I wrote to Dr Pierce for dyke lie mId I had general debility and adrUed Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery and thanks to you for stoppedtakingmedicIne of any kind and Aave teen atltto wok ntry day appetite is good I can eat three luare meal a day I do not reel that miserable burnIng in stomach after eatin- gandy blood and ncrvea are In rood ahape Ir Pirrces Pellets cure biliousness WHAT DID COLONEL BRYAN DO U K EEOCEn KLUVOOD ISO O what did Colonel Ilrran do by didnt you knowbe went clear through Jnit like n little lad who leo treat When be ran oB to the pond to akatc goHknow And away be flew oer the glittering Ice Which ahoncand sparkled to Lrlubt and nice lint alnal he learned when It was too lute That the glittering iboot couldnt hold hU weight Then with aloud and auddra crush And a mlfthty awful terrible rploih And almost then before V knew Like Hilly be had Rone clear through When be returned home from hi awlm Ilia father Imply atared nt him And anid Vounic man I nee your skate llai left you In a freezing state 80 I Id better leare my cup Lad Intent some plan to warm you up lirap1I1IaparticularspotImpressed Rut hereAfter hi father to obey So now well leare the laddie IIl11l1r1anIIFor Ire4ldentof the United Statef lmDlbor back In M- 1U trlct toucrt ninny a trick Our Itraca MeKlnly to defeat lint little fuRy ac11T beat Although the BUtM he did eiplare Hcreamtnff Free bllrer till hta throat wan tOre And promisIng the people M be went II they would makd him their Prmldent Hed sire to rich ani poor to white and black AU the allrer that the pack Too ttei dolUri toXwy one Ol theAmerican people under the ann lint when electlondnr cane round To hla great he codThat by the people Inreelgatlon It prared to them hit allre1 foundation Was made by far too delicate To hold np Illilya weight Although It seemed entirely sew It broke down and let him tVronghl rAndsoitwihibetnllodhilly ha thundered An It surely will next an When therell be An awful quaIl Which will hear poor mumllT Out where he will get ee That hell hare to taU another aup uphowWhat boa Billy bryan done In 1899 Protective United States sold to foreign countries 475000000 more than she bought In 1899 Free Trade England bought 756000000 more from foreign countries than she sold them Is comment necessary Os wego N Y Times II g James Harrington of Nicholas county was 10J years old on February 12 lIla friends gave a grand celebra tion in his honor He was born In Nicholas county about fourteen months after the county was formed He is well preserved for a man of his age and has always lived in the same neighborhood TRY ITWomen suffer ing from female troubles and weakness and from irregular or painful men ses ought not to lose hope if doctors cannot help them Phy sicians are so busy with other diseases that they do not un CullltheI eIr wcilO iuuu aim- I delicate organism of woman what the sufferer ought to do Is to give a fair trial t- oBRADFIELDS Female Regulatorw- hich is the true cure provided i by Nature for all female troubles It Is the formula of a physician of the highest standing who his whole life to the study of the dis tinct ailments peculiar to our mothers wives and It is made of soothing healing strengthening herbs and vegetables which have been provided by a kindly Nature to cure irregularity in the menses Leu corrhasa Falling of the Womb Nerv ousness Headache a Backache In fairness to herself and to Brad fields Female Regulator every sufforing woman ought to give It I trial A large i bottle will do a wonderful amount of good Sdld by druggists M Sod foe a sk BbMrtud freshest e IU The Bradflel4ji uIator Cai joctI nfIq 1 J j J Ot J ABRAHAM LINCOLNS First Christmas Gift and What Camo of It i There now Abram my lad dont take on so It is the good Lords will to take her to himself now and so she told you before she went You must be good and some day go to meet her In the world above where there are no tears and sighs and part- Ings and as the kindhearted woman arranged the poor little flowers that the boy hod brought from the woods around the dead lace of his motherher tears felt softly into the open coffin for she too had loved the dear moth tforwomanly heart went out in sympathy to the bereaved husband and children especially to the little heartbroken son whose life had been bound up in that of the idolized mother What a desolate home it was that from which the saintly mother was that dav carried out to her burial un der the trees that surrounded the cabin It was a poor kind of home even for poor people and in those pioneer days when the settlers were content to exist on the plainest kind of food and live in houses devoid of every luxury and wanting in every comfort and almostI thought absolutely necessary I a little logcabin without doors or window glass a dirt floor a bed made of dried leaves two or three home made stools and a rude table formed of logs from which even the bark bad not been removed After the angel mother bad been laid away in the plain pine coffin to rest forever the inmates left in the poor little home were tlje iatherThomasXincouan easy going goodnatured man who could neither read nor write his twelve yearold girlIplanted in her system and her broth er Abraham a tall awkward boy of ten noted for his homUy lace and sterling honesty Unlike her husband Mrs Lincoln had been a fair scholar for her times and though possessing but a single book In the world the Bible had succeeded in teaching her boy to read thereby imparting to him that love of learning through which by his own exertions be afterwards rose to the highest position In the gift ofthe American people Though scarcely n years of age at the time of his mothers death Abra ham had the Bible wellnigh by heart and he looked upon his gentle teacher as the embodiment of all the good precepts the Holy Book contained Afterwards when he had reached the zenith of his fame and governed thir ty millions of people he said All that I am or hope to be I owe to my angelmother Blessings on her memo oryl The death of this dear mother almost broke his heart Day alter day he sat on her grave and wept He could not become reconciled to the way she was buried without a burial service but in all that region of the country no one could be found capa ble conducting such a service At last nine months after the dear one had entered life more abnndantAbra ham wrote a letter to Parson Clkins the good minister who had been their pastor in Kentucky asking him to come and preach his mothers funeral sermon He cameon horseback over one hundred miles and on a bright Sabbath morning when the neighbors from all parts of the country had gathered under the trees to hear what he had to say in honor of one they all loved he stood up among them and over the grave of the precious dead spoke of the virtues of the Christlike life of the dear one who like the Sav ior she followed was not sleeping in the tomb but had risen Its only the empty casket that lies beneath he saidlithe gem tbesonl released from its prisonhouse of clayhas soar ed upward and is already in the Sav iors immediate presence in his keep fog For The soul Immortal u Ita sire Shall nerer Satisfied now that the dear mother had received the honor due her the boy tenieinherlng her counfel while in life turned to the duties devolving upon him He longed to know some thlni beyond the stumps between which he planted his corn and that he might satisfy his thirst for knowledge he borrowed Pilgrims Frog ress and studied it as he had doue the Bible until he could repeat the greatsr part of it from memory Then some one was kind enough to loan him Stops Fables which he pos ed over with great delight One day Hannah Armstrong the motherly neighbor who since that day when she placed Abrams flowers around his dead mother bad proven a friend to the orphan chlldrenbrought the hun grybearted boy a present of a second hand copy of RoblnEon Crusoe It was on a Christmajdayand little Abe was so delighted with the first present that be had ever received that he could not find words strong enough to ex prefs his gratitude and many years Afterward when he had arrived at ubclT ten Lily Marc I to iThe Readers of The Han Mean can get the Louis = l Post for 150 Nowlsther up for The Republican and get papers one year for only 250 considerable distinction in his profes sion an opportunity occurred to rex turn the kindness in a way that repaid her a hundredfold- A milD was murdered ata camp meeting near where Mrs Armstrong lived and her son quite a boy was arrested as an accompllceappearances being very much against him Mrs Armstrong was now a widow and very poor so poor indeed that she wa unable to retain counsel for her sen She believed him innocent and not liking the lawyer appointed by the court to defend him she wrote to Lin coin relating her troublesand begging him to advise her what to do He was very busy at that time but he had not forgotten the poor womans kindness when his dear m crdied and he still haktIIlimp copyof Robinson Crusoe to remind him of that Christmas so long before lie came to see her looked up the evi denceand believing the boy to be innocent undertook tdefense The trial was set for the last week in December and the excitement was so great that lawabiding people fear ed there would be a lynching One witness testified that by the aid of the brightlyshining moon he saw the prisoner inflict the deathblow with a slungshot By a careful crossexnm InatlonMr Lincoln succeeded mak ing the witness contradict himself and In his pleading he proved him a perjurer showing by the almanac that no moon was visible that night at the time the murder was committed The jurymen shed tears as the klndheart ed lawyer in his tender appeal drew B picture of the fatherless boy hound ed to death by the false witnessbear lug enemyand when the jury brought in a verdict of Not guilty the poor old mother fainted in her boys arms Tears streamed down Mr Lincolns cheeks as lifting the poor woman up he whispered words of comfort and when a little later she asked what she should try to pay him he said Why Hannah I shant charge you a cent Neverl Do you think I am ungiatefnl enough to forget your kindness to an orphan boy I have the book you gave me yeta Christ- masgift you remember and since this is Christmas again I shall come and eat turkey with you and we wilt talk over old times while it is cook- Ing And they did Mr Lincoln not forgetting to furnish fhe feast to which he had invited himself however But his gratitude did not terminate here lIe interested himself in securing a good position for the boy and years afterward when the poor oldmother died he sent a pillow of flowers for coffin thinking of the ones she had arranged around his mother so long before when he a brokenhearted child had wept over the first great sorrow of his own UteDelle V Chis holm In Western Christian Advocate It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival of the doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug store there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick croup Not finding the doctor withI left word for him to come at his return He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which he hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scholz says the has since rec ommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until he has a constant demand for it from that part of the country For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Blood poison often results from a cut or wound if not properly treated Dr Dells AntiPain is the most won derful discovery of the age for the qulch relief of all internal and external pain I The fiiicerercr of SwampRoot at WRit ta- Els Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep byitheartklcllleydiseasevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste cell by cell Then the richness of the bloodthe albumen BrightsDiseaseDr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dis covery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cues after all other efforts have failed At druggists In flftyceal and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SwampRootDr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y and mention this pap- erIllinois Central RailroadDrat atil Most Popular flouts to Memphis New Orleans Mill AM IOITH IN ARUANNAH TEXAN MEXICO AND VALIfURMA- Oiu rJirbtedVntlbniMi Trains with Cafe Ckr T Fnllmnn Sleepers and Free Itecllning Cllal1Can to tfftfIthrough to California via New Orleans and the South Pacific Hnnnet Ilonte Double berth rate from Ix ulsTlUe to San Francisco on tM propor Jtionately low rates to Intermediate poInt Tho Truo Wintor Routo to California No Blizzards Cold Woathor Snow Blookados TravelingPeaaengerAlso auk him to send you a copy ol the Southern Home Horton Guide which replete with Inter esting Information concerning the Houthern terri tory It will be mailed to you free On the first third Tuesdays oteorh month HoiA Heelers tmfwolToOoover arrangement A H HANSON G P A CECXC4OO ZZASXTOZO W A KELLONDA G P A onov == XT- I WANTED V Several persons for District Office Manager in this State to me in their own andaurroundingcounties- Willing to pay yearly 600 payable weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities References x changed Enclose stamped envelope S A Park 320 Caston Building Chicago 19 i6t HonestyistheBest onset Roods Every onset prices and Hour IIonest dealing will ITovee- Unrely brings success It Tug UST VATS or vas nimMTa CIXTCSY snow XOTH1XO hone anaLWe beilevathls tact and our words demonstrate oar belief Our goods are warranted to be sxaet ly as represented that la honest Our goods an guaranteed to give aatlsfoctlon that la honest II on article ot Jewelry ol our manufacture does not give satisfaction we will roland the money paid lor the articles that too Is honest Brown Ross- Centertown Ky has a rumple assortment ot good la store lo- ral at prices that dell competition Thee goods are made from rolled gold plato gold filled gold front or solid gold stock and an warranted to gtvepethct satisfaction or the money will be re fundedIf notice should reach anyone living too far from Brown tfloe stun or any other customer ot ours to permit their purchasing these goods front our customer we will sell the goods at retail to such persons under the same warranty and deliver by mall We will also send printed Instruc tions as to the cnreof Jewelryhow lo clean Itetc on application W F Main Co Eastern Factory Cor ot Friendship Eddy HU Providence II I Western Factory targeet Jewelry Factory In the world under process construction at East Iowa City la Over 55000 ft ol floor space lug iiiuruuu new strength and life to the whole body It increases the builds up the energies And new life gtvingblood throughout the entire system Pike 477 Broadway Boston writes a I am seventy years old and had not enjoyed good health for twenty I was sick in different ways and In addition bed Eczema terribly on one of legs The doctor said that on account of my age I would never be well again I took a dozen bottles completely And I Am happy to saY thatCT fl LA as I ever dill In my Mr JW of Colqultt Oa says II For eighteen years I suffered tortures from a fiery eruption on my I tried nlmoet every known failed one by ono and I was that age which is- sixtyslz fWBII me and that I could never hope to bo again I finally took S S B and It cleansed mfblood thoroughly now I am in perfect health Se S S FOR THE BL OD j remedy which can and strengthen rfldnMDla because lt is the only one wlifoh is u guaranteed fiefrorii potash mercury arsenlo auG oUter unWIIKUlK and has chemicals whliteTftfrom roots and herbs no minerals It la Rheumatism I in It S S S Sores cures Chronic the worst Ulcers cases Dolls ot Scrofula or other dIsease of the blood Tetter Open a Books on diseases will be sent tree by Swift Spoolflo Co Atlanta Ga It Y it- r f w5 S atlMlaVj b i F fi i r = uITw c J t it r 1 s r y ii y iw = lepublican IOERS Editor VUUOBO Oiaco 33 ow tlit Hartford Pub Caliiccrfiomti irtford ptstofflci is secondJus nail mitt FRIDAY MARCH 2 PpArrnten days ofincmantfightinj the Boer General Cronje surrendered to Lord Roberte UNDER the operation of the Goebe election law the result is not left to cjhance Watterson TIm legislature and State board did just what THE REPUBLICAN prcdictet stole the election but the fight con tinuca IF there is to be any stealing done in this election I am ready to bet the other fellows will not do itBlack burn at Majfield BLACKBURN asked the Republicai Governor to sign his election certificat and now be wont ask the same favor of a Democratic Governor lent tbat funny WHY Senator Blackburn has not celled on Governor Beckbam to sign his Senatorial document is signifi cant that he considers Beckham a pretender TOE election commissioners threw out the vote of the city of Louisville cast for the State officer but tole polluted legislators such as Letter Co are permitted to continue to act in the legislative capacity ToE passage of the finaqcial bill put a quietus on the political incubu which has been disturbing the dream of the financiers for the past fouryears Bryans logic was that farm product would fall flat unless the farmer hat free silver at 16 to 1 the fallacy of this argument has been conclusively proven by the McKinley administration Farm products were never high er and money was never so cheaply borrowed It will bo of interest to the readers of THE REPUBLICAN to have tbo countries based upon regulated by the gold standard They are as follows The United States Great Britain France Germany Russia AustriaHungary Norway and Sweden Denmark Portugal Turkey Ja pan adopted the gold standard aftei the Bryan fiasco in this country in 96 Finland Egypt British Honduras Brazil Chili Peru Costa Rica Italy Holland Switzerland Belgium Greece Venezuela and India The countries adhering to the free silvei system are Mexico whose dollar is only worth 46 cents in our own money China Servia Roumania ands few of the side shows of South America All clearthinking men will stand by that system ot finance that bas made our country great commercially The Purpose ofthe Goebel Lav Has Been Accomplished Another step in the series of revo lutionary steps being taken by thi Goebelwing of the Democratic part to deprive Kentucky of n republican form ot government was made las Monday when the farcical State election board pretended to throw out all the minor State officers nnd in theii stead place men whom the people Ignored This board is composed of the following unscrupulous unprincipled unconscientious ungentlemanly am poluted men Cbas B Poyniz Johi A Fulton and Morton K Yon Is It will be remembered that Poyntz is tbe same man that dissented from the de cision ot Pryor and Ellis in canvass ing the election returns anti tIlls coursl id the one the law and its author in tended for him and the entire board to pursue but the robbery was too flagrant for the other members to make themselves participants in thi overthrow of civil liberty After tin returns bad been made and the entire Republican ticket awarded certificate from Commissioner of Agriculture to Governor Messrs Pryor and Ellii resigned their onerous positions to the surprise of all Kentuckians It wai thought and hoped tbat they had enough moral courage to defend th people the great common people1 and their birthrights but when the test came they faltered nUll left tin grot common people at the mere of a man in whose eyes theft and fraud are virtues It was presumed that in filling the vacancies on the board Mr Poynz would select men ol his own type and mould whose Ilea ot honesty and justice were to do thr bidding of a set of political deeper adoes that they would bo men of ef feminate minds without character reputation or principle The mndtu opcrandi of this newly constructed board at Frankfort Monday proves conclusively that Mcur Fulton anti Yonts are as unscrupulous as the man who appointed them This board sworn to try the contest impartially and reudiru jun ver diet did without any Iigitimate cause or reason overthrow tl o C nstitution And tie Bill of Rijhts anti thereby declare II a Ih people of the coun tiei of Jeflerton Marlin Johnson and Magiflin bad no riIit to a voice in the government became soldie were in the armory at Louisville to hold in check Mayor Weavers three hundred extra bullies that tho citizens might go to the polls anti cast their votes without being harmed or intimidated by a mob of police mustered for the sole purpose of intimidation There was as much cause Ion throwing out the vote of Hartford and Beaver Dam and Fnrdsville because they had marshals to preserve the peace as there was for throwing out the vote of Louisville because she had men prepared to preserve the peace but this is Gooc belism as depicted by Watterson in 1893 Martin Johnson and Magoffin counties were thrown out because the ballot paper was thought to be a little too himand it is further claimed tbatI the squares enclosing the Republican and Brown Democratic devices were a fraction larger than that surrounding the Gotbel device which is as false and absurd as the entire report of this board This board ofdegraded aud deformed human beings had the effrontery to go behind the returns approvedand signed by 119 Goebel election boards and ratified by tbeI original State board and reverse the decision there recorded It is indeed remarkable that this wholesale s1augbI tar of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights is being sanctioned by many goodmen whose minds are clouded by party prejudice until their mental visI ions of reason and justice are as dull as lead No one is surprised that the members of the State and Campaign committees sanction this hellish act of the State board because they virtual ly assented to it when they signed the petition for the contest but the idea that Christian men who pray to God for strength and health will sanction an act that deprives their brethren of their birthrights astounds the sober and conservative citizen Is it possible that Christian men who have spent a lifetime in serving their Godand whose chariot is chartered for St Peters gatevill sanction and approve the act of the State board Consid ering the motives that prompted this board to act we do not believe that they will If they do thus might one well exclaim 0 judgment thou art fled to brutish beasts and men have lost their reason How singular it was that out of 119 counties the Goebelcrats did not commit a single error or make the slightest blunder and the Republicans were so corrupt in four counties that they should be stricken from the roll and their citizens deprived of the right to a voice in the government and yet every county from the Purchase to the Big Sandy was DIRECTLY under the controlof Goebele men All intelli gent men everywhere are agreed that if the Republican party had desired to commit fraud it was impossible for its bands were tied by a Goebel law that makes all men slaves to the edicts of a few partisan men If a Democrat doesnt blush when he asserts that the Republicans committed fraud in the recent election it is because they have no conscience From every stump in Kentucky came the declaration that If any stealing is to be done the Republicans will not do it Gentlemen what reason have you for changing your mind except that your count didnt pan out to suit you Verily the party that assumes Goebellsm is doomed The Herald vs The Herald lint without multl lv Awonllnz to all the Ing wonlH to prove the requirement of Inwthe viinltyul uiiyflnlinur the Deiuorrnllr content topping to liivelKh hut fur State office are Rfntlnet the fraud and now the lejrul and duly Intimidation thnt hu ulHemuf this lieru practiced ugultjt loinuionwealtb They tin I rdntll procerw diltm wo mlnht im well mIr both ortrnnlc acwpt the re olla nolii nmUtututory and there pMtluinttil iu fltml HP should be no complaint IjluK upon the roiMt no from anybody curate figure nt palillcan contented and roinnmiHl front nil are the very latNonrvx It appears that one who fthould enter a- Inli W H nnil protMtnlncelhlii victo lh whole llrpnblliHn ry has been won In the ticket have bcrn tlertfil two leading office by by innjnrltlra rnnitlnx tile same Instrument at less tlmii thritluon which they JndorrM In sand There their State platform n lire extrutengent rlaliui few years bjtoIheeon- n bolhhldMliut we are ntltutlnu ami the Item ITlvlTiR the ultuntlon IM iMratH have nlmplr net KetruLrbellereUntaqdii Id n the without nay Inter In would havo dune uniler OIIOIIdlnlt any Ay utnulini ciruuiunutnnums llnrtfnnUlern1 Joy lliirlfurd Herald frb isth Ivno IIlbllIOO The Her i tf November 29tb said it truly believed that Gen Taylor and the entire Republican ticket had been elected by handsome majorities anti in its issue of February 28th it said According to all requirements of law tho Democratic contestants for Stato cfEcci arc now the legaland duly qualified officers of this Common wealth Mendacity and brazen hypoc nay teems to have seized the heralds crite When our readers compare the above articles they will then be enabled to see what sort journalism is practiced by Goebelized journals Yesterday it said the entire Republi can ticket was elected tovlay we find the same tcnbe an apostate declaring that these same elected men should be the very last to raise a dis lenting voice This nosy be logic to him who penned the above but it is certainly not to intelligent thinking men The idra was never cut rained by anyone open to reason anti cou iction that title contest was waged under the ConMitiition Must assured Iy it was the Infamous Goebel election aw held to be Constitutional only by a strict i artisan vote in the Court of Appeals The Constitution is in many respects a good one far better thanI ve might hope to Kft again jody of politicians of the latter day saints Democracy Tile above parts raphs are fair samples ot thn llrtalft record From all accounts it tttWfuAa to mimic the Q uritrJiurml I What Will the Answer Be Mr J B Poyntzthe political high wayman famed as a juror for hid termination to corrupt the election re turns and overthrow the will of the people thus making himself the aesaa sin of civil liberty and Mr Jo Come Sneaking Blackburn the eulogist are being favorably mentioned to repre sent Kentucky Democracy as dele gates at large in the National Democratic convention to be held in Kansas City Mo next summer If Mr Poyntz IS given this post of boner the National convention will undoubtedly reject him unless it desires to make the campaign on a platform withI Poyntzism and Goebelism us its chief cornerstone If it does then Mr Bryan by all means should have the nomination By the part he played in the recent Kentucky struggle we judge be is in favor of the Goebel law becoming a national law so under its operations the results would not be left to chance Certainly the National Democracy has too much regard for its past history as to elect for its standard bearer a man that favors the doctrine of Goebelism if not then the Democratic party might as well die band and take up its quarters with Aguiualdo or Montojo for the prin ciples upon which the Kentucky De mccracy waged its last battle will never be endured in any clime where liberty has once dwelt or the Word of the Savior is known The principle of the American pe- opleequal rights to all and exclusive privileges to nonoand the cost of their freedom stand preeminently above all else in the heart of the true patriot Doctrines that breed revolution and strife are deadly foes tc domestic tranquility and to the perpe tuity and contiguity of any nation According to Mr Watterson the expounder of Democratic truththe Goe bel law is revolutionary in spirit and most assuredly in practice Itmighi well be described as a measure to deprive Kentucky of a republican form of government No man true to himself his country and his God can die pute this statement although it was made long before the test came Surely that spirit which moved Uiey Woodson to assert that The respect able white propertyowners or Ken tucky should govern will not be per mittcd to dominate in the National Democratic convention Mr Goebel is credited for having commanded his friends while on his death bedUTo be true to the great common people It will be remembered that Mr Wood son uttered this vile threat within a fortnight after the above command had been given and yet Mr Woodson was the bosom friend and chiet coun sellor of the late Mr Goebel The men that now seek to further disgrace Kentucky Democracy by being bon ored with the dignified position dele gate at largeto the National convention were also bosom friends and trusted lieutenants of the late Mr Goebel and they too by their actions havo threatened and attempted to overthrow the voice of the great common people and subvert their will and yet they SWEAR TO THE PEOPLE THAT THEY ARE THE FRIENDS OF THE POOR The declaration of Mr Woodson Thai the respectable white propertyown ers should govern and Mr Poyntzs minority report carry with them about as much consistency in the statement tbat they ate the poor mans friend as the cry that the contest was con ducted according to the letter of the law If the poor man ever had an enemy and bo certainly has many the present leaders of the Kentucky Democracy are most undoubtedly his deadliest foes It is not desired that any man should consider our argument as conclusive proof but if hi will read the following he will be forced to the same conclusion Till IEMOCItTIC STATE TICKET JUS r NOMINATED WIU CKIITA1SIY HE KIKCT IH rSliBUTIIKOlKHATIOXOK Tin floE IIKI loOTim IIKSLIT IS NOT LEFT Tl CIlANCi llrnry Wnttereun In n letter to thi Tlwlilrnt l l the l ft N It II Co June 30 lM The aiulte IrurtYowntngrPectah1e iuo- io nl Kentucky nn guliix to govern iiient of this Coinmnnwefllth now onil hereafter tund thy are goIng to legislate nome 1uesvt fat Inw mid imbllc ilwrnry Into the brail ol Stout arrogant inonejbtiini find their attlllteH anil hang emon who hiiv ihmvn to nltilliit mlltlinllv wllh uoua lirnnrnnt negrueu nails niHiiy morn vlrlin nnil KiMinndril iiiountnlnnni The HtrnKKle I111 ulnIIIy I utbouit surer and the enil lIIrruve In this It ban In other Stntm Unit only th Iuoiie Wilt IIO tnoubiu of goul government Kill La iwrnilttMl to governtrey Wooiliton In Owrnnboru Mitwumr Will the National Democracy as sume Goebelism and Poynlziim and Wattersonisra and Blackburnism and Triinblcisrn and Woodeonu version of the poor mans friend We do not know We did not believe tbat Ken tucky Democracy would but it did We did not think that the election would be contested when Mr Goebel said be would attend to the counting but it was Neither did we think tbat the Kentucky courts would stoop to take part in partisan affairs and render a partisan verdict but they did and now we are left at sea without coinpiss or chart What is to become of the Kansas City convention anti the Kentucky Democracy Povntzized and Blackburuized anti Gllehe taught is a matter for speculation What will the answrei be when un loads her wretched freight in the Western cit Time will tell PISQS CUR E FOR rites wetse ALL Ltht raiLs flesi Gouh a7rup Taste Oucut Use In Limo 014 by drulIJtut- LL CONSUMPTION r I Shall We HtrLOOd Roads V idt Those energetictatnol1 and uPt date business men w1iiviIl have to attendcourt next week will ertainl y be thoroughly disgustedwittJiaving a to travel impassable roads lue pea pIe ofOhio county deserve better roads and they are demanding a better road system Everybody is thoroughly disgusted with the present system of road working because under its oper ation the county has had nothing but badroads and they grow from bad to worse every year The road from Beaver Dam to Hartford is now in the manner of blockading business and stifling tho interests of the county The old system of road working by overseers is of the past and will not suffice for the present The road and bridge system is likewise a failure By this system thousands of dollars of the peoples money have been spent withI out satisfactory results and this will be the case so long as this system is in vogue At the January term of the Fiscal Court 86 100 were appropriated to be expended by road and bridge commissioners throughout the county These men are gol and substantial citizensbut it does not necessarily fol low that they are all good road work ers In the past men have been appointed to look after the roads who were absolutely ignorant of their du ties consequently bad roads were the inevitable result The roads of to day tell their on sad story Shall we have good roads It is safe to say that they are desired by all The question is then how shall we obtain them One necessary step toward this end is the introduction 01I the taxation system The Fiscal Court is willing to act but it needs encouragement and support It is true tbat there would be some opposition to levying a tax to keep up theI public highways but it would only beI by the indolent classes 83000 of the 86100 appropriated this year to temporarily repair the roads would have built a turnpike to Beaver Dam anti the roads of the county wouldnot have been materially affected Then next year the turnpike might be extended twice as far and so on untilall the important roads in the county were gravelled This system is being introduced in Breckenridge and Han cock counties with admirable results so may it be in Ohio county Let Justice he Done White there is no doubting the fact that the assassination of William Goebel of Kentucky has aroused the American people as few things could arouse them to a sense of the horror and rank infamy of the act and while all rlghuthinklng men condemn the cowardly murderer In un measured terms it Is equally true that much misrepresentation has found Its way into the newspapers concerning the situation in Ken tucky and the CourierJournal is largely if not wholy responsible for It That newspaper which is die credited by the press generally In al most every othw matter seems to be taken as sufficient authority by many in and outside ot Kentucky on this question It would be passing strange but for the fact that weak human nature Inclines to credit what ever runs with its prejudices and wishes But when a gross injustice is done threatening great public In terests it would seem that even par tlsanlsm should be restrained in the interest of the public good The facts of the situation in Ken tucky are matters of record and should be known of all men While the old saying de mottuis nil nisi bonum should be observed and adhered to in Its relation to individual the public acts of an Individual and especially when these acts live to vex and Ins jure when the individual is YOne en joy no such immunity Truth com pets that they should be fairly yet fearlessly dealt with In this aspect ol the case It must be said that the late Mr Goebel was a regular poll tician who loved office and the power that office brings He belonged to that school ot public men as old as political government who hold that the end justifies the means lie fol lowed the golden rule as modernized Do unto the other fellpyasyou think he would do unto you but do it to him first With a strong and steady will pushing forward the schemes of a cool nnd powerful brain he had be come the leader of lila party in Ken tucky He was all things for power lie had stood with Carlisle and tl e gold bugs and betrayed them He fought Joe Blackburn and then byp notized him lie so wrought upon this impulsive gentleman that the revenge he proclaimed at the grave of his bosom friend whom Goebel had slain in a few months had changed to fulsome eulogy at the grave of Goebel A gold bug leader in an hour of trial a free sliver leader when the office ol governor was the ptice A Clevelandite and a Bryanlte de sertlng the one and playing the other in his own interest He was a teeto taler who had defeated temperance legislation in the Kentucky enate a moralist and yet a corrupter of men Such must belle verdict oCt he pub lic and such will it be in Kentucky when the present ttorm subsides rind normal conditions return That his methods were unscrupu o is it In only n Cf BIt to recall how j he became the Democratic nominee I IIfor governor of Kentucky Entering the convention with less than one third of the votes composing it he traded for control of that body and then betrayed his allies By waking and breaking promises by the use ot police force to overawe delegates and sustain the unfair and revolt tinnary rulings of dummy chairman and by throwing out hundreds ol duly accreiitcd delegates and by seating hundreds of manufactured credentials he became the candidate of convention that was first de bau lied and then bulldozed These facts pictured the man Ithey have never been denied and cannot be con troverted While unreasoning tac tionalism would ca nonlze him as a saint a dispaslonate public opinion will say that he was not without his faults He made a specialty of dent age suits against corporations and especially against railroads IIi twelve or more years of legislative ncord is distinguished by a virulent hostility to railroads This hostility took quite a utilitarian direction in bills in aid of damage suits a business in which he was engaged and in which be thrived Ills election culminated in the drastically partisan clcctlonMaw bur Ing his name and which the Cour ier Journal at the time denounced 01 the most wicked ever devised by man predicting also that which has come to passbloody collisions assassina tion and anarchy The result pre dicted has proved a horrid fact and Mr Goebel by a startling illustration of retributive justice a justice always as remorseless and cruel as It is shocking fell a bloody victim to con ditions his own law had created As a candidate for governor he started out by a declaration of hostil ity to corporate and other vested rights and he went so far as to declare that one prominent railroad in the event of his election would be driven from the State This unworthy appeal to the prejudices of the unthinking produced the natural con sequences The interests thus threatened with destruction or commnnis tic confiscation arrayed themselves against him in selfdefense and fought for their lives They knew that as regards to some of them laws had been drafted cancel- Ing their charters destroying theIr legal lives and they acted as any other interest would have acted under similar conditions What methods were pursued we know not but presume the usual political methods TC the credit of the interests menaced it may be said that they made their fight in the open The CourierJouaal with a venom positively insane has by insinuation and innuendo uttered the base libel that certain railroad officials had con spired to remove Goebel by fair means or foul Such an insinuation is too gross for credulity itself Too won strous for the wildest partisanryl To the rredit of Kentucklana it must be said that no reputable Democrat how ever blinded by factional feeling has Indulged such a suspicion The CourierJournal stands alone on the mountain of meanness From a ful some eulogist of the Louisville ashville Railroad the CourierJour nal has become its most reckless mat igner Sordid in both relations it has praised or blamed as it paid best to do Pursuing its psislon it has prostituted its relations to the public by sending out the rumor that Presi dent Milton H Smith and Gen Basil Duke were to be Indicted tor conspir acy in connection with the assassina tion This monstrous fabrication and monstrous absurdity had no abiding place outside of the Courier Journal office As a matter of fact the gentle representingIwere threatened did what they could to defeat Goebel which every one knows they succeeded in doing When the case was taken out of the hands of the people and turned ovei Coughing 1Ever cough makes your throat more raw and irritable Every cough congests the lining lungsCeasetearing wayPutgIve them a chance to You will need some heIrto do this and you it In fillers I cherrg Pectoral From the first dose the and rest begin the tickling in the throat ceases the spasm weak ens the cough disap pears Do not wait for pneumonia and con sumption but cut short your cold without delay Dr Ayers Cherry Pec toral Plaster should be overthe lungs ofevery per son troubled with a cough Write tothe Doctor Unusual and long ex penance eminently mullfy ni for 011 Write fresty 10 oujr nueelllhrrlieureizperrne baa been with our the You- receivewill K prompt reply without CM AddnsiIflt J C ATEI1- Lowell 1UM wpww 5 vtra L J DaringThe Ieri oo II4 We promise to leave no stone unturncI 1serve you more faithfully than ever bofo MI Our stock at all times will be selected frob the most reliable manufacturers in Ui country and backed by every guaranteI honest goods can command Our motto 1sirnllbe Xittle friees Big Bargains And we hope and believe that the pedpli Ohio and adjoining counties will very st learn to know that thy GtRd3sGOODS and iIre1Vff IrttlafltaC t money at our store our prices will Wfi found strictl in J o with tho system ol f gmall frofifs Ajlp readtVaileies 1- i Md n JjjIiiDIiJjDIiiJiSJjj5 i 1stttilr Advance shipments have a1ret4 and all departments are bcin with new and seasonable gqJ E of Winter Goods will be clo tilly as LOW PRICES wilL1 mnke room for our SpringAbe the largest ever brouf ri IIIIfIItJIt llLI We have some xfrordinry Offer Jrii it tJ J tltifftlffmR ffimlmi t rfflmftitm J For this week Dori throjugh We have jil- Tfot of pictures prettier had heretofore We are sR C i these beautiful pictures with every 10 5 spent at our store Hoping this store will be your store we are yours truly 1Deollina Fartford y to the hands of a factional legislature- where the popular will was to be held in contempt the corporations did not follow it As creatures of the law nd ablilers by the law good or bad these large and necessary Interests left oil when they reached that point where a bad law made it possible for a defeat to be declarad a victory and set them selves to meet the worst and mnke the best of a bad bargain trusting no doubt to the sober second thought ol the people which Is sure to assent it self sooner or later The Goebel law and the shocking tragedy that followed It as nn aveng ing Nemesis has set the dial of Ken tuckys progress back mat y hours A blow at the material progress of the grand old State has been which has produced wound that is destined not soon to heal Mid partisanship unholy ambition and unbridled for power have done their worst and the friends of Kentucky can only hope that the storm may subside that the bitter cup may passawayand that the exiled spirit ot fairness and good citi zenship may be Induced to return Normal conditions can be permanent ly restored only by doing justice to all parties and factions condemning the wrong done each and exalting the virtue inherent in each Commercial Appeal Dem OAS1OnXABun th its KM Yw Han Atsays Bestt BJpGtuo Virginias Big Applo Troes Near Stuart Va at the foot of a spur of the Blue Ridge mountains there Is an apple tree which measures nine feet and five Inches around says the Denver Col News Five feet from the ground are four branches the largest being six feet around the next five feet nix Inches the next five feet the smallest four feet five Inches The trre is fiftytwo feet high and seventyone feet broad Although It is about 70 years old it bore this year a very large crop It has been kno vn to produce no bushels in a season and as might be supposed the soil In which It grows is exceedingly rich On a neighboring farm there is an apple tree which Is eight feet five inches around In 1880 eithty fivi bushels of nice picked apples were gathered from it and sold at the apple house for 50 The tree is five years old and is still beating Two miles from Stuart on the farm ofJIN Robertson stands the famous Robertson apple tree the parent of all tl e apple trees of that name in toe Urlted States It bears a large red ipple which Ijeeps well and it has uioduced at one bearing eightyfive hushels is about tio years old and is still bearing- A few years ago there was on a farm near Stuart an apple tree which produced at one bearing 130 bushels It shcded at meridian ninety feet of ground in diameter Apple trees groW very large in Patrick county and the flavor of the fruit is unsur passed If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial It will not cost you a cent if it does no good One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains anti bruises in one third the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites qulnsey pains ju the side and chest glandular and other swells tugs are quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 ind 50 cts mar may SMALLHOUSE KY February a6Me J H Withro who has been confined to some time with a cancer on his face Is able to be againMr Bennett who 1sOW attending HartiotU College visited his parent1 lust Saturday and Sunday Mr J E Fnrgerson who was ill several days last week is able to be againMr Igleheart who has beer sick for a long time with la grippe and pneumonia is slowly improving Miss Nettle Geiger who has beet visiting relatlvra In McLean count has returned home Mr M D Maddox was in Hartford several days last week on business Mrs AlvaCilloway and Ollss Rach el Addington are on the sick list Mr J C Hill has about 600 saw logs ready to start to Evansville Mr J W Robertson was at Center town last Friday on baslness Rev Ed Maddox fitltd his regula appointment at the Smallhouse flap list church last Saturday and Sunday Mr Herman Addiogton who has been working on saw logs on Rough river for some time returned borne FridaySuccess to Tita RuunucAN and Its many readers SunscRiiiRK 2500 Roward We will give twentyfive dollars reward for the arrest and conviction 01 I the party who used vulgar and inde cent language over the Ohio Count Telephone talking to Centertown and disturbing talk from Centertown to Rockport on the night of Febru try 20 1900 and purporting to be at Cer alvo RBID MORTON Grasp All and Lose All Many peopleareso Intenton grasp ing all that they lose strength 01 nerves appetite digestion health Fortunately however these may be restored by taking foods Sarsaparilla whIch has put many a business IURI on the road to success by givfng him good digestion strong nerves and a clear brain It does the Fame thiiif for weak and tired vcmen Hoods PilU cure sick headachein dlgestloaSWANTEDReliable energetic sales men to sell Lubricating Oils on com uiiasion with a view to permanent salaried positions as soon as ability is References The Euclid Oil Co Cleveland Ohio I Great opportunity ollered to good reliable men Salary of Srs per week land expenses lor man with rig to in our Poultry Mixture and In sect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre- Illunle Ind 29 tf would be glad to have a copy of Tits REPOnucAN of Jan 20 1899 Any one having same will greatly oblige uti by sending it in and tecciv compensation ri Notice t At I oclock Saturda 1900 we the undersigned echooldiaI4cto6 P award m We Iowe- tcoICt Rlf for building house In I said district The dint let unanimouS5 ly voted a tax for bulling the house tlAnyone will be perfetly safe In aC ceptlng the contract For specifiC- tions and particular nOrcw fUED JONES I Farm for Sa fWell improved and Apply to R B Martin I Never quit certal Never take a medlj value instead ol R I which is sure to do yu good BIIeor Oliftni5a Lr IaSrPhu- nhliSm Mrinrjl- urotnarr I wlIisur4y ilwtff besO1a- nd reoiuitsly derange tIp hol Jtom I I 001 ItttI 5 JnwrtlZ minus the atlle front thorn IU1T tilts t stbl rrtorod by F J l1la1 A Co Toledft U- tolo june no tncrcnrr nml is taken UterMHr 10f- ldirreti Spun the iIood and taurous ourle ictln the system In baying iItis ttrtarrti P Ie re Cbooo1Ttlmoolol sally tO HolT Family 1IIU Wra tb bnt 4 OoYuKnoWI ftInloftice v 4That the Singer Mnchluiiet ie not gum up your machine 11 That you can buy a good Sew Machine at the Singer Office for Jr That one little dime n day will b j Sh1ersi That when you buy a Sewingi I chine unless it is a Singer tl I take it for better or w r1l TH That behind every Singer vW Machine stand the Singer MUnu turing Co worth over a bund million dollars p II you are thinking of buyitvJJ Sewing Machine that the I agent Gross Williams would byS lighted to bring one for you to him a card l ttersI regulator tailed on recejit of price- rMURDOCKCURftrflAtlafltaGa f Hartford Telephone and Exchange Company i a Talk being cheap and necessary A you should patronizp folks x twhore 011t1fl buy your own ri rphonos and build own lines z- flliti in talking distance with r t the whole county antI businew points generally by only vJT u rent to the HiJ Telephone they bo if Hartford you airy alll1riCI Yle cnn9cI I pill2U p w r L- f V i1KRBINGERS OF SPRING U g ir jlfjIIAre those dainty new Laces find SJ Embroideries we fire showing i Ten pieces of Swiss Embroi ilcrics p and Insertions at 5c Ten pieces of fine Nainsook Edg 1 I I f ings and Insertions at lOc 5 J f Fifty pieces ofHamburg Edgings I tjtid Insertions 5c to 75c yard LIDIn yarIIw d t nintliOonmcwmbls urii r i A utilityTAj CtrmtwrM f tI 455S8S33aof nicer quality India 2JlapU I E IrMIi tiCCS ofDirniticslOc to 25cM h Kandar at T in Inuer tnf- dR7mnth8eJrtrtPi +++ oloiiIiIoio+ ioio HTS1IIsfII t Tllm T cm JI J L r pISboIb7 rttr Ford A I Will J9tU jW I I latestdAri I4 rIhtitonnrmeeu ant ad thtrshirts ee our Ille I PlIceSlIartlI alllDic s j I IItoatenhIlIUNUD aIs ut apaioiiaigggOgfJiitti sizes 14 to 17 os colors 48c tM L HEAVR Kttorney ediie Pcrcal Shirts collars i wmLthlC1SICSOcIlportAlalt1UolI 14 to 17 assorted i o E8 white Shirts fancy bosom- AT1OIt9ithi one pair cuffs 50c ohTouSdnsline soft front Pique bosom I IlceItLattnuoR ISe 1 trts7tc real value S1OO I 3s1ATTII I I f If MARTINi I adl Hartford Ky JQ Y 4 4 4 4 EjIblTN tt 1LDelers in I Celebrated Boar Fort bzer Buggies 1i1 irdsell Wagons II WII 0 JltIt1lwlmtntlaJ- CIt 01110 ws Deering Har cd Ill i ing Machines toA ts for J I Case Threshing IAf j Fairest tAC Dealings cc r I C Lowest Prices E At Best Rigs I qtvticm a Call 1 r1 Everything Firstclass 1 olophono No 26 rB1BCOLLINS- Priffin Block Corn or Opposite the featOff- iceHARTFORDKY l Dealer in nil kinds of Staple IandFancy b i 4 I L SII W pttch a V y V P V V VI IEe thit Iatei- t The very ireshieit and 4 a- olbest goods sold at VIthe very lowest 4 vansMIIijIngPRICES I fl I friends of the country I in Hartford Your Ladi For id Collins ters Tansv Tablets wor qgnld A Itnr Mailedoerut RDoCKCURI 3 Hartford Republican c c FRIDAY MARCH 2 New spring Clothing at Carson Cos Mis Alex Barnett of near Beda Is quite sick Mr L B Loney called to see us yesterday Mr Jo Shultz Narrows called to see us Monday Mr EG Stewart Beda was among our callers Monday Bring your eggs chickens tud feathers to Carson Co One of the twin bVbof Mr and Mrs Mac Foster is quite sick COALPlenty of good coal at the Dr Miller bank 16r ac and 3C See Carson Co for the old reliable Globe Fettilizer CARSON Co A nice assortment of Percals India Linens and Dimities al Carson Cos We will pay 44C per pound for good white Feathers CARSON Co W J Mclntire Ceralvo made Tin RRPUIIUCAN a very pleasant call Monday Doul forget to wive your Laundry for Lyman Williams Telephone No 32 and 46 I Capt S K Cox and T L Griffin I If II Sunday fut New Orleans to attend Mardi Gras MrtII W Waddle ot near town I made TUB REPUBLICAN very pleas ant call Monday Messrs J T Carter nd Geo M Maddox Rockport called to see us while in town yesterday Miss Lucy King left Wednesday on the Floating Studio for Calhoon when she will make her future home For public Fale at Court House ii- I Hartford Ky Monday March stl one Denmark Stallion at highest bid der 12OI25 tIpob t Ir It ml ftft Xtuatsry pro had bee Necessity is the Mother ofInvention It was the necessity for anI honest reliable blood purifier and tonic that brought into existence Hoods Sarsaparilla It is a highly concentrated extract prepared hIcombination proportion andI process peculiar to itselfand giving to Hoods Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power Us wonderful cord of cures has made it AmeHcts Greatest Medicine Rosy Cheeks I MOt good httlth AM rosy cfiteks thr s to Hoofs StrsipiHIU It bud me up and saves doctor bttls Mary A Burke Bail CUir StndLtna Ind Xdi sn11000II11111 eu Uu III Jt nonIrrlttIng inS- LtblrtIe to tab wit nodi 8ArorllI Col J SRVedding who hast been at Frankfort on the State Board of HqulHzttlon for some time is at home on business Mr Chester Lorey who has been attending Draughns Business College at Nashville Tenn will arrive home- rtoday on account of smallpox In that t citySMr J C Riley moved into the 1101 brook property Tuesday and is now a full fledged citizen tf Hartford Mr Holbrook moved into the McHenry property Dont forget that we give free one good Oak LinIng Chair with a 15 cash purchase or an Oak Rocker with a 20 cash purchase Dont fall to take advantage of this fferaCARSON Co Mr John F Stowers of Eureka Ind will take possession of the J C Riley farm In the near future Mr Stowers Is an original Kentuckian having resided in Indiana for quite a while Ohio county welcomes such men to her folds- STPJXEDO STOLEN From Jahnsa pasture during the last week iiTyrqne black cow fat and heavy set dehorned flDd about 8 years old Any personreturnfngthis cow to us at Render Kywill be paid for any a trouble and expense they may Lave incurredC FNTJML COAL IRON Co Mr II OSchioeter Hartfords popular photographer left Wedesday for Rochester wherebe will be engaged during the early part of the spring Mr Scb teeter 1s of a very happy and afiable disposition and has many friends in the Green slyer countryc Ills return to Hartford lu part of the summer wilt be greeted by all We are very sorry to announce the death of one of Prof and Mrs T J Mortons boy babies They were born the 25th Instant On Tuesday followf ing a happy home was made the visit of the Angel of Death Funeral exercises were conducted by Revs Bean and Petrie After which the Interment occurred in Oakwood Cemetery t Mrs Settle Sanders of the Beda community died of consumption Sunday the 25th inst She had been af- flIcted quite a while with the dread disease and the end long looked for Mrs Sanders was about thirty five years old She leaves three children an aged mother and five brothers to getter with many friends to mouse her sad departure Mr Delaney Sanders husband of the deaeased died within the past year A most painful accident occurred to young Mr Gray son of the widow Gray of Dells Run vicinity one day last week The Gray brothers were attempting to load a log 20 inches in diameter 18 feet long upon a log sled They were on rolling ground The log had rolled almost off the sled when yound Gray attempted to check andI bold it Its weight being so great the log overpowered young Gray threw him to the ground and rolled heavily ovtr him from head to foot bruising and crushing his body In a very painful manner His fare was so badly bruised that it is feared ugly scars will trace hIs face The entile weight ot tha log was upon the body of the young man it passing over him equl distant horn the ends When last reported he was improving and it is will recove- rCOLLEGE NOTES Misses Ada Johnson Philpot Ky and Olive Carson were pleasant callers at Bx Monday morning Mr Lou Carter visited relatives at Centertown Saturday and Sunday Mr Geo W Bennett visited his parents at Smallhousc on Saturday lastMr Eugene Kimmel visited at Cern alvo Saturday and Sunday Mr Ferdinand Taylor visited rela tives near Adaburg Saturday and Sun dayMessrs S A Bllbro and Alex Rhodes visited at Centettown on Sat urday and Sunday Mr Ronda Wade who was hurt in a pcufQe a few days ego is well and in fchool again The entertainments given at the college chapel on Friday night and Saturday night were a success in every tespect STUDENT I Have you been coughing a day a week A month a year Dr Bells 1Pine Tar Honey will cure that cough There can be no doubt about It It has cured many others equally severe Good druggists eeltit No cur no pay m rmtfand J If Judc wOo 15 their M itbe opportunity VI t CROMWELL KY March 1st 1900 Kind EdltorsI failed to obtain n copy of the Herald until very late last evening and cons quently did not ste Jay lifl Sees article unUllllter supper I had hoped no more to appear in print I am averse to obtaining publicity However 1 cannot refrain from expressing my views on the questions asked by Jay Efi See I am fully persuaded that it is just such sentiments as expressed by Jay Eli See and just such men as Jay Eli See who think anything right done by Democrats or that aids the Democrats that have brought the present crisis upon Kentucky They forget the Divine mandates Thou shalt not bear false witness Thou shall not steal They started into the campaign stealing absolutely ignoring human rights and privileges and with the prince ot political thieves at the bead of their ticket Froofrthe Music Hall convention and its representatives This every conscientious honest man must admit or deny against the behest of conscience Replying to your Subscriber Jay EffSee days IoebknowtbatIt had the rontrnry fffwt to IIat tile Itrpttbllmni told n all through tlla caraiiaHniT It would count Uoebrl In audit rf7dIIt DOM he know that the- ontcit for lorernor caine up under a Conitltn tonal law DOM be know that oar late Conitl ttitlon wim a part nt the Itepobllcan platform en dormnl In conventIon end voted fur hr Itepabll CUM IIOM ho know t are roipondble for It DOM ho furor a itrlct adherence to the law In our state Government or doM be larorn law bforee In his first sentence this Goebelcrat makes a misstatement The Goebel law had the effect which Republican leaders said from the beginning it would have The Republicans said that their only hope of victory rested upon an overwhelming majority Not withstanding the fact that the Repub lican ticket was elected and de ared so by a Democratic court nd yet you are claiming that your crowd was elected by the Constitution and the law and still try to steal everything in sight They said it would count Goebel in and It failed to do it It did tail to counthim in but the thieves in your party are trying to get the offices regardless of what the people willed The Constitution which he says Republicans are responsible lor de ares that all elections shall be free nd equal The Goebel law is not consistent with this clause I do not asseil this upon my own authority alone South Trimble said to Thompson Elections cannot be won with a lair count and you know that as well sI do The right of the Republicans to indicate who shall represent them aMhe polls will have to be ignored Unreliable Republican judges etc will have to be appointed Your great Saint sail You cant out count mend you cacl count me out I have the election sight where I had that convention Watterson said to Belmont The Democratic ticket just nominated will surely be elected Under the operations of the Goebel law the result is not left to- hance I am thoroughly convinced that the Goebel Democracy is engaged in a scheme of high handed fraud Their object is control of State affairs regardless of the peoples voice It is not confined to the Democratic ticket but the leaders oi that party and even the courts are contaminated I am in the belief that no honest Informed Christian man will attempt for an instant thedefense oi this gi gantic scheme ot theft Mr Jay Efl See if you are an honest man inform yourself If your letters be the extent and bounds of your Intellectual sphere I have no more time o waste with you If that be not true inform yourself and prove it Kind editors I am not accustomed to writing for the reading pjblic and seek not notoriety I find true happN ness in a quiet peaceful life and in the love of a pleasant home but when my liberties are assailed when the rectitude of my conduct is called in question by men like the Goebel crowd I can not remain silent The rights and liberties are dearest to all just men and must be defended Very Respectfully SUB- SCRIBERiou Heard 0111 You may have heard about SCOTTS EMULSION and have a vague notion that It is codliver oil with its bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive features It is the purest and the best In the world but made so palata ble that almost everybody can take it children like It and ask for moreSCOTTS EMULSIONlo- oks like cream j it nour ishes the wasted body of the baby child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence bears about the same rela tion to other emulsions that cream does to milk If you have had any experience with other socalled just as Igood preparations you will find that a fact The that are combined with the codllvtr oil give additional value to It because they tone up the nervous system 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Thomas Taylor Jr 3760 Comth vs Same 3761Comth vs Rudy Jabn 3762 Comth vs Same 3763 Comth vs Perry Willoughby 3764 Comth vs Same 3765 Comth vs Tom Tatum 3766Comth vs Walker Kahn 3767 Comth vs Same 3768 Comth vs B P Berryman 3769 Comth vs William Stone 377oComth vs Bessie Morgan 3791Comth vs Jas Nail 3772 Comth vs Walter Samuels Jr 3773 Comth vs Iud Grant A copy attestS ANDERsoN Clerk By L I MORTON D C W Anthony Is Gono Wednesday mornlngFebruary I4tb the Death Angtl visited the home of Mr and Mrs V P Brown and bore away their loved son L A Brown Justin the prime of early manhood Aged 19 years 4 months and a days How feeble are words to carry conso latlon to hearts cf parents bereaved ol a loving Eon and to the brother and sister who loved him as only a kind and eBectlonate brother Is loved No word can heal the wound Inflicted by Deaths icy fingers While a ho t ot frienps mourn the loss of Anthony we can only commend the loved ones to Him who doeth all things well To the bereaved we extend our deep est sympathy A FRIEND Walkers Tonic is the link that pictf up the vital force of man in his rundown state and binds him to health and strength by recuperating the Brain regulating the action of the Heart Bftdlienrishing the Nervous Syateu in- N cr lflt Ii k c- uduiI a c I j v Found aGoldMine I IT WAS IN HIS POUL TRY YARDAv Jinn In IoVara n nipuiinu Thnl Mnkr liii lien Lay llonblellirUmi al Number Nnnrtntr and Winter ttr creiof IIUNncecM People in the neighborhood of Crca ton Iowa are amazed at the number of eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was the cause ot his hens being so prolific he stated it vafl all in certain compound he was using that kept his condition and furnished them with the productiunAmerican Mlgtn the poultry business is interested in the health ot his hens and their laying profitsThisthe production ot eggs 100 per cent or money refunded It will do more than three times as much as the same amount ofany other compound It is concentrated in form and the result oi years poultrybusinessas to what it will do and you are in vited to try it at the expense of the company Send 81 for a sample package and if it doesnt do the work you get your money back This is fair and made to Induce practical poultrymen- to give it a trial It is also a sure pre ventive suchdiseases as the terrible cholera and roup which create such havoc in all parts of the country It nets directly on the craw and gizzard and is a thoroughllscientifio prepare lion guarantee every package or refund purchase money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case order direct from American Manufacturing Co Terre Haute Ind 1 n Marriages Mr T J Acton Sulphur Springs- to Miss Alviia J Murpbyjingo Date of marriage Feb 9th Mr John H Gray Rosine to Miss Mary L Shroader Rosine Date of marriane Feb isth Mr J J Loobam Fordsvllle to Miss Matilda A Midkiff Magan Date ofmarrlage Feb 18th Mr Byron Hurt Rosine to Miss Nancy Stewart Manda Date of mar ilage Feb 21st Mr David Keeton Fordsvllle to Miss Mary Iva Colyer Deanfield Date of marriage Feb 21St Mr Addle Wakeland McHenry to Miss Josie Brown McHenry Date of marrige Feb 22d Mr Samuel L Yonts Centettown to Miss Frudle M Coleman Center own Date of marriage Fcb ajth Mr Albeit Patterson Prentls to Miss Adina Stevens Beaver Dam Date of marriage Feb 25th Mr Byron P Bean Dundee to Miss Elizabeth R Sargent Fotdsvillp Date f marriage Feb 28th Agents on salary ofroo per week and expenses the greatest agent seller ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys iton sight Hust lers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf It goes to every partMurdock Ca- arrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fev iad all forms of Catarrh Price r mailed on receipt of price See adver tisement tf MORDOCE CURE Co Atlanta Ga LAND SALE The following described land will offered for sale at the Court House n Hartford on the first Monday in April 1900 at i oclock p m by the heirs of Mrs N I Barnard deceased Terms of sale 6 12 and 18 months with bond and approved security Interest from date o First five ots lie near Liberty Church two miles East of Beaver Dam Sixth lot one mile below Ross Ripple on South side of Rough River Lot Noi i contains 65 acres more or less Loti No 2 contains 65 acres more or NO3 contains 120 acres more or ess Lot No 4 contains 149 acres more or Jess Lot No 5 contains is- acresinose or leIs Lot No 6 con 84 acres more or less Heirs Elmer Barnard E Preston Barnard L T Dam ud Thaddens Barnard Robert G Barnard Garfield Barnard I Cornelia Barnard John C BatnardC R Barnard and Fannie B and A C Stevens WHEN ITS SPkjYou naturally think of New Spring Suits 1 shiny days and good colhes groove in LaDdsom t er You never feel just right in the suit thats left over its just a little off color for style and a little worse for wear II youll note the prices we ask you for our good clothes ydull not hesitate J SPRING BEAUTIES i= = = = Three styles we quote youthree winners youll find just what pleases youit will be handsomely tailored too in that stylish up todate manner twill be a suit that will PI set the paceplump values each at the prices SOO 8 oo 1000 SPRINC STYLES In Hats Any shape jou likeany color you dcsire Derbys Fedoras the newest blocksthe correct spring colorings the correct Spring styles prices to please you Derbys 1 and up to 3 Fedoras 75c and up to 3 ENDOFTHESEASON A winding up of the seasons clearances a bunching together of the remaining itsprofit and cost but a memory and the purpose now is to clear them at onoeYoufre getting them at your own price Ladies Wraps Overcoats Gents Underwear Ladies and Childrens Under wear also Millinery Goods Pays to Buy Your Fixings At a reliable uptodate Clothing Storewhere goods are sold on their merits where prices are based upon act ualworthwhere your money goes back to you if it isnt just as represented CARSON ft CO AGENCY FOR DAYS IRON CLAD lade BootsSaIdPure Gum and Strictly Guaranteed JFAIROO CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT I For years has the medical fraternity sought a reliable and sure cure for Catarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been ofiered to a bytakingSprays and ointments ale also worthless as It is impossible to reach the affected parts in this manner MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE is a new and scientific preparation and Is to be smoked in a pipe thereby the fumes and smoke going over the entire system uflected by the disease It relieves instantly the worst forms of Asth ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh no matter what shape and cures whnn treatment is continued for leaaonable time No matter how little you are affected dont delay treatment Catarrh comes olten from simple colds Like all new and valuable preparations you will find others saying theirs are just as good Beware 01 Imitations as they are worthless ftVE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to any address prepaid on receipt of price COboxaA I Nervous Spells Neuralgia headache rush of blood to the head numbness an Irri table temperloss of appetite sleepless nights poor memory and a general rundown condition There is no remedy so suro and safe as Dr Miles Nervine From the very first doso its soothing and quieting influ once can be felt Nething in the past has ever equaled it in power of building up weakened nerve tissues and giving strength to the tired body The weary sufferer who has walked the floor at night with throbbing temples add bursting brain will find restful sleep and sweet repose and awake feeling strong and refreshed Dr Miles Nervine searches out tho weak parts whereTor they may bo hid and gives them new life and vigor six used to suffer from terrible attacks of nervous and sick headache at least once a week and It seemed that my head would split open I became so oak that the least excitement would unstring my nerves and I would have spells when 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New lone T OROPSyCUUDwtlh regetabl cured cases called hopeless In tea lsy at least twothl Mn nf all urmptoms remoy re0ETri to Paris Inloddeuirlrigatlptotbi wfltThe umore Jill Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 2 Waited Fifty Years 7ThanMiss i Phoobo Van Houton True Trustful Old Maid Rojolnod Him Many ardent lovers dally swear to each other to be faithful unto death and while they bill and coo exchange syrupy vows I can never love another I will always love you rhen oflenest the girl marries an other man and the man takes to wife another girl Such fickle lovers should read here It Miss Phoebe Van Houten who a belle half a century ago and rich vailed fifty years for the man to whom she gave her heart and prom ised her bond who died alone loving him still When Phoebe Van Houten was eighteen years old a fine young fellow came acconrtlng her This she told to the intimate friends and to them she proudly Jondlyshowed a faded da guerrcotype of a handsome youthcur ly haired broad shouldered straight ImbedOur wedding day KM fixed said Miss Phoebe when she grew thus confidential my wedding gown was madeits in the cedar box upstairs A week before the day that was to wake me g ppy my true lover disap peared I waited for him I never saw him nor heard from him again- I know now he must have met sudden death else he would have returned to me When my time comes I will re join him So saying this trusting hopeful true old maid would gently sigh Some people called her miserly be cause she did not spend all her money Others called her eccentric because she kept herself aloof Irom them The truth is she was encentrlc die ferent from so many other women be cause she was In love all her long life with the same man Phoebe Van Houten was wealthy She lived in a fine cottage on Grove street at Monsey N Y Mrs A Brown her nearestneighbor noticed yesterday morning that the shutter jn Miss Van Houtens house were closed Mrs Brown called another neighbor D V Serven and they en tered the spinsters cottage She lay ill In bed- I have been ill a week she faint ly saidWe will get a physician a nurse st once said Mrs Brown No said Miss Phoebe I need no physician My time has come at lastNevertheless Mrs Brown hurriedly nailed Dr Dingman oJ Spring Valley who said his patient was hopelessly ill with pneumonia Miss Phoebe trustful hopeful died last night To accommodate those who are par tial to the use of atomizers in apply- Ing liquids Into the nasal passages fot catarrhal troubles the proprietors pre pare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tube Is 75 ents Druggists or by mail The liquidembodies the medical properties ol the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly ab orbed by the membrane and does not dry up the secretions but changes them to a natural and healthy charnrter Uly Brothers 56 Warren StNYSome Pertinent Questions Will some of the late Senator Goe els friends please tell an anxious public what was meant by the dying man when he said Doctor I forgive hem they are not the ones Will some ol his friends please explain why the physicians in attend ance have never made public the real facts PS to the nature of his wound Will some of his friends please ex plain why the fact of his deathwas kept a profound rtctect for nearly an Jour as everybody knowsand lot nearly two days as has been reported by some Will some of his friends please ex plain by whit ruleol gunnery pistol or rifle or even a cannon ball makes a larger hole where it enters an object titan it does where it comes out Will some of his friends please ex plain why the Coroner of Franklin county did not hold an inquest and make searching investigation intoall the facts connected with the shooting Will some ol his friends please ex plain why it has been found neccssarj to so often change the location of the assassin It was at first asserted roost positively that he fired from a ceitain window in the third story of the Ex ecutive Building but later the shot has conitj from every other story 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