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roe I tried many remedies without avail My catarrh was located chiefly In the head I was afflicted with catarrh for oven yeari Foruna cure catarrh wherever located Who If It that pays 1oruna will curecatarrbwherererlocatedT Doctors altlawyers say it preacher eaylt a ayitwhohavesay it They say It In the cast in the west they say rt in the north and the south jaiJohnsonJrho ChicagoIllandwhioahsojs J Dictionary ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction thoInternationalvaluable arranged convenient form hand anyotherb1 ScottishGloaaurjr EXGOV BUCKNERS DEATH STROKE TO GOEBELISM Called Forth by Judge Lewis Open Letter The Political Conspiracy Reviewed fects of the Goebel Law Legislatures Round RobinDanger Our Lives and Liberties Ken tuckys Dishonor The committees which been pickedout in the mysterious way that have been described met to go through the forms ol hearing testimony in the contests The proceedings before them 1Theassizes were not more arbitrary than theirs nor his refusal to admit iestl mony which would have acquitted the Innocent Allse Llslemore unjust than the refusal of these Judges even to hear evidence to establish the grossest frauds committed by the patty whose advocates they were The mouths of the people were pad j locked their arbitrary rulings and they wete not even allowed to speak in their own defense Theircause had been prejudged and cutting oft farther delay the mandate went forth under the authority ol rule No n to convene the revolutionary tribunal to pronounce the premeditated doom on the liberties of the people And then came the tiagedy most unfortunate I have said the State fottunate only to those who under cover of the horror and Indig nation provoked by the deed believed j they could now accomplish with more I ease the revolution on which they Lied determinedThe I uqulres that In- contestalor Governor the proceedings i shah first be had in the two houses of the Legislature arid not in a mass convention composed of the members of that body and the members of the Legislature are sworn to support the constitutionCONSPIRACY DUFJNKD A conspiracy says R high author ity is a general intelligence among persons to efiect serious charge It is commonly dl rected against the Governor in order to ove t the government- No other term can be properly applied to the persons engaged in these reVblntibnory proceedings Without even a pretext that there a meet igofthe members ol the legislative I body notice Hecretly given to the actors in this drama that there wits a paper in a ctrtaln room 01 the Capital Hotel ready their slgnatureftstat ing in efiect that their candidates had been elected by the people Under covered theV jilght the pu tlclfauta in this rxttaoidlnary pro anji jrerunat Ron Porter has served four years is State Senator from Senator over elected from that district writes lean heartily recommend Pe runa as a catarrh cure It cures when all other remedies tall I applied to several doctors but they wero not able to cure mo lION PORTER JOHNSON Senator 4th DUtrlct City of Chicago I1L 5ltook the remedy flftoca weeks and am now entirely cured It has been a year and a half since I was cured and I consider my care durablo I was afflicted with the catarrh for llvo years My catarrh chiefly located In the stomach t Send The Perona Medicine Com ranT Columbus 0 for Dr Hartman latest free book on chronlo oatarrb la grippe etc A of etc Information In for eye Ef to had by all I as lot some row was was lor tho for was to ceeding went it was stated singly or in small squads signed the paper and disappeared in the darkness ItIwas given out from the scaled cheW ber of the wounded man that this pan per was carried thither and that the Chief Justice ol the State sworn like the members of the Legislature toIsupport the constitution there ad ministered to the dying man on no higher authority than tbiround robin signed by the actors in this proceeding the oath of offict of Gov ernor of the Commonwealth- The story is Incredible It can not be believed on such light statements that this high official Intrusted more thanany other man in the State with the conservation ot the rights of the people should have quitted his high place to join with others in an illegal attempt to overthrow the government he was bound to maintain That the whole proceeding was IK legal was conceded by the actors themselves for two days afterward another clandestine mtctlrg was call ed which by h proceeding equally in valid is even by their own showing taere was not a quorum of the Senate they pretended to allegedI edied their the acknowledged i11e Ioattestants Death finally came to relieve he suOeringn of the victim of this trage dy It is creditable to American na tute that it revolts at the perpetration ol crime and the death ol Senator Goebel at the moment when he thought to attain the ends of his am bition excited fresh sympathy in the hearts of the people In the catas trophe which had overtaken him they were ready to forget the evils of his system and the deadly assaults It was making on their liberties- I have no design to impugn the mo lives of men I am attempting only to trace correctly the natural evolution of this new spirit in our politics and the extremes to which even good men may be freed when they yield to its cool Influences The principle sur vived its author and his successors relentlessly continue their aggressions upon the rights ofyiople- It mIgbbe thought uiat if justice had beet their aim the opportunity I P50 offered them The law had provided for an inquest If this legal investigation had been held it would in all probability have led to the dis covery of the perpetrator of the deed But there seems to have been no at tempts in this direction as if there were facts in connection with the trag edy which It was desirable should not be known But instead as if by concerted action there was one loud and slmnl taneous cry for vengeance Working upon the best elements of our nature it seemed as if there was a desire to kindle the sympathies of men into a frenzy ot passion which would drive them tothe commission of crimes even more atrocious than that which had excited their just indignation Suspected men were arrested and carried from jail to jail Conspiracies wereomlnously charged Men in high places were indicated as parties im plicated in the guilt The courts ofjustice which ought to be in the midst of political commo tions sure places of refuge for the in nocent of every party seemed to partake of the general apprehension iThe corpse of the murdered mag- Istrate was exhibited during several diys to the gaze of great multitudes and was then committed to the grave with strange and terrible ceremonies which Indicated rather fear and the thirst of vengeance than sorrow or re llglons hope TUB DATES CONSPIRACY OP OLD The words that I have quoted how ever accurately they may seem late the incidents 01 our current hisI tpryare in fact descriptive of an event which occurred 250 years ago The corpeof Sir Edmonsbury Godlrysays I Mccauley was found in a field near London It wn clear that he bad I died by violence Ills fate is to this day a secret Some think that be i perished by his own hand some that he was slain by a private enemy There was high political excitement there as there is here today andout of this tragedy the politicians were enabled to invent a plot which never existedfor the promotion oi their own ambition Such men as ShaAesbury and Buckingham says Macaalay doubtless perceived that the whole was a romance But it was a romance which served their turn and to their seared consciences the death of an Tinnocent man gave no more uneasi ness than the death of a partridge Uefore the delusion was dispelled hundreds of innocent menon the suborned testimony of Oates and his fellow perjurers were executed for their participation in a plot that never ex- Isted and which was invented simply toserve the purpose of unscrupulous politicians The same methods there pursued to give credence loan imaginary plot seem to have been closely followed here The corpse was transported from place to place and exposed for days to the public gaze Declarations were made calculated to arouse hatred and excite revenge and at the final interment of the body an Inflamma tory eulogium was delivered which would have been more effective and might have been thought more sincere if the encomiums there spoken had not been neutralized by an equals ly severe Invective previously pronounced by the same orator over the grave pf John Sandford Mysterious hints are given out from time to time as coming from detec tives that the murderers are known that they have been located that it is only necessary to offer a sufficient reward and the jails will be filled with the perpetrators of the deed As if to whet the appetite of the detectives for blood n law has been enacted by the TIIU VACANT CHAIR When the little family circle is broken and we nit sadly looking upon the vacant chair we think of the things that we might hive done to the lovedone with us Why not think of these things now before It U too late 1 Is It a ing and hardworking mother who Is giving all her strength and efforts for the wrllbclne and happiness 1 Is It a delicate fragile sister or a weak and ailing wife r Try to give her the Under care she needs Do not let her fade uway for want of car List effort to preserve and restore her An Ohio lady Sirs Shopihlre living In Btllau Shelby Co a thoughtul kIter to Dr It V flute of Buffalo N Y ya mother had on ovarian tumor which we thought would re snub her dcith but we commenced ualogyour Favorite ITescrlptlon before ahe had- taken three bottle began to improvet she I living today and we have given medicine the credit My mother waa lityatx years old when the tumor commenced to Mventyilx now and the tumor la rbLad gotten awful lug and her limb began to swell before she begin to use medicine I value It ao muclilh I am hardly ever out of It In my house This is but one of many thousands of In rrecrlptlonand purification to the distinctly feminine organism as to dispel every trace of abnormal or dangerous conditions with out resort to surgery or similar obnoxious methods For every form of female weak specificdesignedan educated skillful physician of ex particularfieldDr Pierce Pleasant Pellets arcfcomU nation At all medicine stores I4 Legislature offering a reward of 100 006 which may prove a sufficient In ceritive to Imperil the life ol any iniic cent man in the Commonwealth With such a corruption fund levied bytaxation on the people it willnot be difficult to find witnesses as badas Titus Oates to swear away the lives of as many Innocent persons as may be thought necessary to support the invention of any plot to promote the interests of those who advocate their strange theories Under cover of this clamor the rev olution proceeded QUEER LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS Tlje legislative actors in this drama metgforthe third time to go through the Same forms of contest in which they had played before thus conced- Ing the utter illegality of all their former proceedings Without specify- Ing any established facts for none had shown they again pronounced their opinion that their candidates had reo celved the largest number of legal votes thus casting a doubt by their opinion on the validity ol the election in every county in the State and on legislativebody which were the names of the State officers voted for were their own names The declarations that there were a sufficient number of illegal votes on these ballots to change the result of the election In the whole State was a declaration that there might also be enough to change the result in any or every county of the State and to ren der it doubtful whether a legislative body existed so legally constituted as to entitle it either to sit in judgment on this contest or to choose a Senator for the State The Board of Election Commission ers to settle the contests for the minor State officers also met Claiming to possess the highest tight that a judi cial tribunal can exercise they pro ceeded to disfranchise more than a quarter of a million of people I be lieve that no impartial mind will recognize the justice of their proceedings The pretext urged for throwing out the vote of three counties which were opposed to their palty views that the ballots were printed on paper which in their judgment was not thick nough and therefore was not in fact a eecret ballot It was conceded that in sonic counties where the majorities werein their favor very similar bal lotslad been used but they were not folly convinced that those ballots were Illegal The benefit of the doubt was therefore given to their friends Ills well for the people to ponder on the farreaching tendencies of this partisan decision The constitution forbids the citizen to cast his vote in auy ther way than on the ballots furnished by the authority ot the State These ballots were so furnished and were a direct pledge of the State that the citizen was authorized to use them in giving expression to his choice To deny this right is to violate the plighted faith of the State to itsown citizens It is an assertion thatany party in control of the State government can bya premeditated frauds disfranchise the citizens of the largest portions of the State by the simple device of furnishing ballots which they never mean to recognize It is to assert that the perpetrator of a fraud can take advantage his own wrong and rob the innocent victim of his machinations of the dearest rights of a freeman It is to concede that we arenb longer citizens ora free com monwealth but subjects of an oli garchy which defies the authority of the people and seeks through the usurpations of the legislative body governing through an irresponsible triumvtrateto trample upon the rights andllberties of the people Simply to state the case is a demonstration of the injustice oi those proceedlngsand to show the latest evolution of the spirit of Goebelism tEGlStALTUim USURPING ALL THESE FUNCTIONS Of ill tyrannies that of a legislative body unrestrained by constitu tional limitations is the most intol erablej In tunes of party excitement its proceedings are invariably direct ed by the most violent counsels The individual conscience seeks to lose itself fn the irresponsibility ot members and the otce ol members unre strsln d by any compunctious visit ings of nature and insensible to any mralobllgatlontllseeks to attain its object by any nieansiowever ques tionable History Infilled with ex ample of the most atrocious acts milted under the authority of comI tyrannous bodies If the people of Kentucky will dispassionately reflect on the present condition of our State govetnmenttbey cannot but view the situation with serious concern and alarm With the passage of the pres ent election law and its confirmation by the courts there came a most seri one impairment of the balance of powers in the government The people haddeclared that the three powers of the government should remain distant and separate But under this law the legislative body may not only enact laws but choose its own crea turpto execute them usurping at a J once the right of the people to elect I and the duty of the executive to appoint Under the same law it has usurped some of the most important functions of the judicial department by establishing a hundred and twenty tribunals filled with Its own creature not only claiming but one of which has just exercised the power of dlsft franchising more than a quarter ot a million people and by this highest of judicial acts has reversed the vote of the whole people of the State By its own action and that of its creatures it claims the right under the most fallacious pretexts to defeat the will of the people pronounced at the and to choose executive officerswho nayS prove entirely con formable to their will By the actions of its creatures on the election boards it possesses the power to overrule the election of any judicial officer who may not be pledged to sustain on the bench any usntpatlon or inroad it may hereafter make on the rights ol the people It has just enacted a law appropriating a hundred thousand dollars of the peoples money to be dispensed by its creatures to Inform ers and under the operations of which the life of no cltlzzn is safe against perjured testimony which corruptloa plot that may be suggested Thus the legislative body is fast becoming if it has not already become an abso lute power absorbing every function government endangering theprop erty the liberty and even the lives of every citizen In the State If Judge Lewis will cal 1fy view the political sit utlon as It stands today the distrust be tween parties and Individuals the depression in business the usurpation anarchyaUIelection lawbe must concede that there was in it something more than the mere changing ofthe mode of ap pointing election officers as he con tended in his letter It is in fact as has been shown a revolution in theI whole structure of our government and the absorption of nearly all its powers by a single deportment IIIthere ever existed among a people the right to resist encroachments on their liberties that right exists in Kentucky today If the people do not exer cise it it is because they have learned Irom their ancestors the lesson of pa tience and that the public peace should not be Imperiled while there JofA TRIBUTE TO JUDGE LEWIS A far leis provocation to resistance to tyranny than is offered In Kentucky today incited the active intervention of Judge Lewis nearly forty years ago Our rlghtaas he thought were threat ened He did not then wait for the blow to fall In its full force But ap pealing to what was noblest in his manly nature he resisted during four years the assaults of his rights as atfreeman and evinced his fidelity to the principles of civil liberty by a courage fortitude and a personal gallantry that has not been surpassed He is the last man who should now abandon the cause of the people Judge Lewis apology for this elec tion law is my excuse for having ins meted these letters on you An an alysis of its features and an observation of its workings shows it to have been most hurtful to society It was conceived in wrongdenying at the outset the equality oi citizens before the law The application of Its prin ciples in the June convention showed that no morfal law was binds lug if it stood in the way of material successIts evolution showed that ii the forms of law were followed it was only as a spacious means of consumating meditated wrong but that the law Itself must be set aside if necessary to accomplish its purpose Its tendency was to repress all that is virtuous in political life and to appeal to only what is most low most gtovellng and most sordid in our natures It was especially op posed to the basic principles of De mocracy which has htretof re stood asthe champion of the people This law antagonized this principle and taught that political honors were obtained from the confidence ot an intelligent people but from a hierarchy of offi cials each surrounded by faithful vassals everyone completely subser vient to the grade above him and all united in a common purpose to miin lain their official existence necessa rvof the liberties of thepeopl Its In fliction upon the people was thedlrest calamity If It prove not fatal in its effects it will be because there is yet patrlutIsm the chains with which It is sought to ofIIi the manhood of Kentuckians lint I lejacybequeathedbeen carelessly cast away by their degenerate sons let us bow our heads in shame and paraphrasing the Ian guage of a statesman of the past apostrophising his own Stile which had brought dishonor on her let us exclaim The star that uamel rents Kentucky on the fig Union ohl blot it out but Jenve the stripe the fit emblem ol her degteda j tlon S B BccKNEn ten Lily March 0 190 lIii th 2 The Readers of The Hartford Republican can get the Louisville Evening Post for 150 Now Is the time to pay up for The Republican and getthe two papers one year for only 250nnn 85 united The Christian People are Re sponsibleforthe Present Crisis Says the Lex ington Herald Svery tep in flue Acjis of the X xington foliee was Revolutionary Though the grand jury is in session and the Circuit Court in Its criminal term we presume no one will attempt to haveinvestlgated the recent acts committed in this city For ordinary purposes Fayette county administers the law about as justly as any county in the State but for violations of tile law committed by partisans for party advantage condonation is assured both by custom and public sentiment There is no public sentiment against such violations oflaw The execution of the law is always in exact accord ance with public sentiment In New Jersey this public sentiment demands that the law be executed No officer of the law would be permitted to hold office who violated the law or abused the power conferred upon him Those officers are no better men than our of ficers as a rule they are hardly equal to the average of our officers They are not more intelligent no braver or better posted There a man is selected because it is known that he will execute the law impartially rigorously and justly jhere he Is elected because he is expert in dodging the law for the benefit of his party and can be depended upon in emergencies to do what his party requires at his hands No one in the majority of the Northern and Western States can compre bend what our community has wit nessed during the past three days A Captain of the State Guard deliberate ly takes forcible possession ol the property of another company without any warrant of law or consent The Sheriff ol the county and the Chief of Police arrest men charged with murder The plain letter of the law which these gnardlans of the law have sworn to obey requires the prisoners to be carried forthwith before the County Judge or Police Judge these officers carry the prisoners to jail The pus oners are searched their private pa peru and private money taken from them Without any order from any udicial officer the Sheriff of this coun the Sheriff of Franklin county the Chief of Police and other officers of the law in the dead of night go to the jail and demand of the Deputy Jailer those prisoners and without notice to the Jailer who is responsible for the prisonershe delivers them to these officers of the law who abduct them from this county and without warrant by force carry them to Jefferson coun ty Every step in this conduct is Indirect open violation of law every act an act of malfeasance in office and in derogation of the rights of the prisoners and every act committed by a sworn officer of the law and every act will be applauded by thousands of most excellent lawabiding and law loving citizens by Christian men who take communion with great regulari ty and are quite careful about the tithing ol the mint nod anise and cummin by men who are really Christian and are the bulwark and founda tion of the State These officers represent the com munlty to which they feel responsi ble they feel that behind them Is that body to whom they have to account Indeed these acts make them more secure of office will be used to induce further honors and larger pay They Hidden Beauty In Egypt the custom is for Princesses to their beauty by covering the lower part with avel In America the beauty of many of our women is hidden because of the weakn ss and peculiar EgyptIan valled in this country mnny suffererswouldbe cover the it premature wrInkles sunkencheeks heir unnealthy complexion from the eyes of the- world with the veil of Orie- ntBradfieldsI Female Regulator brings out a womans true b auty It makes her strong and well in those organs which her whole general health depends It corrects all menstrual disorders It stops the drains of Leucorrhcea It restores the womb to its It removes the causes of headache backache and nervousness It takes the debilitated weak haggard fading woman and puts her on her feet making face beautiful by making her body well Dniztfsta Mil It for SI s bottle Bond for oar fret Illustrated book for worn to- tbe BfadfleU Regulator c ii are more than plain officer kWt F they are heroes weariagvictory Tliity cannot 1areacbnf1lowno one is quite so important jnst rj roas he who is prompt and skillful in tWederstand us We are not writing in a spirit of levity far far otherwise We never wrote with more intense sense of gravity with a profounder sense of the trne condition ofpoblic sentiment We have heretofore writ I ten that the Christian peopte jfette county are responsible for ewyjV act done in their nameloy our paWlc officers This very day these people I could make a complete reformation and revolution if they really were in earnest The brutal blow on the head of Caleb Powers was struck by the theyknow J selves Let there be no foolish and useless abuse of these or othei officers All officers want to stand well withMthe community all officers will re spond to the demands 01 the community When a spasm shook this community a special grand jury a selected petit jury and the tribunals bi the county convicted Squire McNamara granltjuryously consider the election crimes and the community obtained a pardon for Squire McNamara The spasm was abnormal but dec tive the normal condition strikes n prisoner over the head with a club and abducts prisoners in violation of law On the day Mr Goebel was assas i nated a poor negro was murdered the iWepublic sentiment One result ot an aroused public sentiment is a reward of rooooo for perjury subornation oi perjury prostitution of the courts of justice and a reign of blood and violence and that under the super oljastIwho have been gallant soldiers and admirable citizens and who believe they are doing Gods service whenin fact they are mere tools in the hands of shrewd and corrupt shysters and conspirators IBthein the midst of revolution and the good people are giving their sanc Lion to the deeds which stain the pages of our history O VISFOXZ L Busthof A1LIKItdrl Halt AhNYi BaIIIII JJ OurGroatostspeclalfsti lFor 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha away has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to rday to stand at the head of his fission in this line His ctertfa method of treatment for VIEtief F kiJItor t cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to women rhe Is especially successful Dr thanIdoqoleICeea pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treat abontyourconsultation or advice either at his office or by wail Address I Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church Sto Nashville Tenn tf p0 p The other day a man refused to subscribe for his home paper giving as his reason I haint got no time to waste and cant learn nothin from it nohow Then he received an AUK gusto Me sheet free and in answer to one of its ads sent a dollar for a treatiseon How to rise in the world In a few days he received a printed slip bearing this inscription Buy an Alarm Clock It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting j IfNstore there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick With 4croup Not finding the doctor In he left word for him to come at once on his return He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which he hoped would give some lief until the doctor should jyrj ja few hours he rttur doctor need In iJJlmuch betllu I Scholz InformaliOQ may Ii ommetye exchange over Will J ore unUlI KYaale 41 w l- iiiag ELteriI- k1I IIJ14Ul11I lolJlmortllontlorICA urlJoarnI Jou1IIe 125 4 I Nm York Triton 123 lloiuoinil Farm 123 TolnlolOhlu l ld III H Ural 1lollIIoIIiKVt Jr Nw York TrIW Tribune MtmphU TaD UommrrtUIAppwU iI j II OF BE rA HARTFORD d iRTflAY 1APfl1T 9 111fl 1 N05A6 eaIxII flrtLLnT MRS W r IJdW and W LettiBoy 3S r 4k II w in holbrook UtiUtUun i1 I 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tkh public iqnareJ llARTEy W PRDDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW I UMAKTFOH KY WM pTBdPffsljrpRfcMlon In Ohio nnd adjoin igcountl building r PINEAL A4w1ey at Law I Ml profrralon In all the coarU ol Al attention riven to collection S 1 11 the coarts ol e Court ol Ap Il Ml bnilnrM- i balWlng 1IL c 4 tti r2ie i- i4V i = I THE HIM 1r REPUBLICAN yearbWorkaplltlIrDIIlImllbI BAUNETTt PERUNAIBREWER RECOMMENDS FOR 1- iP e MID F Mfr lun nON EDWARD DWYER Senator 17th DIstrict Chicago ml non Edward Dwyer State Senator Bovente nth B n torJal District Chi cago 111 write I Ferana cures When all other remedies tall I can heartily recommend Peruna u a catarrh rem ely It has been two years since I was cured and I ooniltler rny cure perma Dent I took the romodjr for two months and ana now entirely cured I applied to several doctor but they were not ablo to cure me I tried many remedies without avail- My catarrh WM located chiefly In the head I WM afflicted with catarrh for seven years Porona euro catarrh wherever located Who Is It that says lornna will cure catarrh whernor located T Doctors IIayitlawyorssayitpreschorsvast say it a It who hIVe tried it The old and the young say It They say U In the east In the West they say rt In the north and the south 1TonrorterJohnsowho Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc thoInternatIonalInformation arranged convenient form mind moro used other dictionary the should bo In household Co1InI Bcotlteh- T ryetc 1irldw1nqtU1JITlICCOndcl llnalzo EXGOV BUCKNERS DEATH STROKE TO GOEBEL ISM Called Forth by Judge Lewis Open Letter The Political Conspiracy Reviewed Effects of the Goebel Law Legislatures Round RobInDanger to Our Lives and Liberties Ken tuckys Dishonor The committees which had been picked out in the mysterious way that have been describedmet to go through the lorms of hearing testimony in the contests The proceedings before them Vcre the merest travesty justiceI The rulings of Jeffreys the were not more arbitrary than theirs nor his to admit testi mony which would have acquitted the innocent Alise Uslemore unjust than the of these even to hear evidence to establish the grossest frauds committed the patty whose advocates they were I The mouths ofthe people were pad locked their atbltrary rulings and they were not even allowed to in their own Tbeircause had been prtjndyed and cuttlne oft all delay the mandate went forth under the authority of rule No ii to convene the revolutionary tribunal to pronounce the premeditated doom on the liberties otthe people And then came the ttagedy most unfortunate I have said for the State fottunate only to those who under cover of the horror and Indignation provoked by the deed believe they could now accomplish with more the revolution on which they bad determinedThe requires that in contests lor Governor the proceedings1 shall first be had in the two the Legislature and not in a mass convention composed of the members of that body and the members of the Legislature ate sworn to support the constitution CONSPIRACY DBPINRD A conspiracy says high ity Ia general intelligence among persons united to effect some charge It is commonly dl rected against the Governor in order to overthrow the government- No tan be properly ap to the persons engaged in these reVblutinary proceedings Without meetIblractors in this drama that there wits paper In a ctrtajn room of the Capital Hotel ready their slgnalureititat ing in eflect thAt their candidates had been by the people Under cover the the pir tlcipanta in this rxttaoidlnary pro has sorvcd tour years as State Senator from tho Fourth In tho cityof Chicago 111 and who also is tho first Democratic Senator ever elected from that district writes I I can heartily recommend Iernna M a oatarrh cure It cures whon all other fall I applied to several doctors but they wero not able to cure me 1 L t lION PORTER JOHNSON Senator 4th District City of Chicago lit I took the remedy fifteen weeks and am now entirely cured It has been a year and half since I was cured and I consider my care durable I was afflicted with the catarrh for five years Sly catarrh WM chiefly located In the Send to The Pruna Medicine Com pany Columbus 0 for Dr Hartmans latest tree book on chronic oatsrrb la grippe etc t = A valuable In a for hand cjo Mol It is widely as standard than In It every J Also webrftri n Olo on on assizes refusal refusal Judges by by speak delense further as ease author serious ether term lot elected of night District remedies for stomach v d j I j I I a a C a a eeeding went it was stated singly- or in small squads signed the paper and disappeared In the darkness It was given out from the sealed cham ber of the wounded man that this paper was carried thither and that the Chief Justice of the State sworn like the members of the Legislature to support the constitution there administered to the dying man on no higher authority than this round robin signed by the actors jn this proceeding the oath of office of Gov ernor of the Commonwealth- The story is incredible It can not be believed on such light statements that this high official Intrustedmore than any other man in the State with the conservation of the rights of the people should have quitted his high place to join with others in an illegal attempt to overthrow the government he was bound to maintain That the whole proceeding was IN legal was conceded by the actors themselves fur two days afterward another clandestine ueetlrig was calls ed which by a proceeding equally in valid as even by their own showing taere was not a quorum cf the Senate they pretended to alltgedI edleil the acknowledged their former proceedings through the farce ol administering the oath of office a second time to the contestants Death finally came to relieve the suOeringa of the victim of this trage dy It is creditable to American na tine that it revolts at the perpetration of crime and the death of Senator Goebel at the moment when he thought to attain the ends of his am bition excited fresh sympathy in the hearts of the people In the colas trophe which bad overtaken him they were ready to forget the evils of his system and the deadly assaults it was making on their liberties I have no design to Impugn the mo tives of men lam attempting only to trace correctly the natural evolution of this new spirit in our politics and the extremes to which even good men maybe forced when they yield to its cool influences The principle sur vived its author and his successors relentlessly continue aggressions upon therights ortople- It mlghVbe thougnrVAat if jnitlce bad been their aim the opportunity I ra a a vas now offered them The law had provided for an inquest K this legal investigation had been held it would in all probability have led to the dis covery of the perpetrator of the deed But there seems to have been no at tempts in this direction as if there were facts in connection with the trag edy which It was desirable should not knownBut as If by concerted ac tlon there was one loud and simntx taneous cry for vengeance Working upon the best elements of our nature It seemed as if there was a desire to kindle the sympathies of men into a frenzy of passion which would drive them thecommlsslon of crimes even inert atrocious than that which had excited their just indignation Suspected men were arrested and carried from jail to jail Conspiracies were ominously charged Men in high places were Indicated as parties 1m plicated in the guilt The courts ofjustice which ought to be in the midst of political commo lions sure places of refuge for the in- nocEnt of every party seemed to partake of the general apprehension iThe corpse of the murdered mag Istrate was exhibited during several dts to the gaze of great multitudes and was then committed to the grave with strange and terrible ceremonies which Indicated rather fear and the thirst of vengeance than sorrow or religions hope TUB DATES CONSPIRACY OP OLD The words that I have quoted how ever iccurately they may seem to re late the Incidents ot our current hist toryare in fact descriptive of an event I which occurred 250 years ago The corp eof Sir Edmonsbury Godlrysays Mocaulay was found in a field near London It wai clear that be bad died by violence His fate is to this day a secret Some think that he perished by his own hand some that he was slain by a private enemy There was high political excitement there as there is here today and out of this tragedy the politicians were enabled to invent a plot which never existed for the promotion of their own ambition Such men as Shaftesbnry and Buckingham says Macoalay doubtless perceived that the whole was a romance But it was a romance which served their turn and to their seared consciences the death vof an innocent man r gave no more uneasi ness than the death of a partridge Before the delusion was dispelled hundreds of Innocent men on the suborned testimony of Oates and his fellow perjurers were executed for their participation in a plot that never ex- Isted and which was invented simply to serve the purpose of unscrupulous politiciansThe methods there pursued to give credence loon imaginary plot seem to have been closely followed here The corpse was transported from place to place and exposed for days to the public gaze Declarations were made calculated to arouse hatred and excite revenge and at the final interment of the body an inflammatory eulogium was delivered which would have been more effective and might have been thought more sin cere if the encomiums there spoken had not been neutralized by an equal ly severe invective previously pronounced by the same orator ovei the grave of John Sandford Mysterious hints are given out from time to time as coming horn detec tives that the murderers are known that they have been located that it Is only necessary to offer a sufficient reward and the jails will be filled with the perpetrators of the deed As If to whet the appetite of the detectives for blood n law has been enacted by the TIIU VACANT CHAIR l When the little family circle Is broken and we nit sadly upon the vacant chair we think of the things that perhaps we might have done to the lovedone with us Why not think of these things now before it is too late 1 JIlt a lug and hardworking soother who Is giving all her and vnorU for the family dellcate1frallIeTry to give her the care Do not let her fade uway for want of ear List effort to preserve and restore her An Ohio Udy Mn Shopthlre living In Dalton Shelby thoughtful letter to Ir R V lercc OjjuarI says My mother had an ovarian tumor which we thought would re suit la her death but we commenced using your Favorite Prescription before the taken three legan to 101 nbc I living today and we have given your medicine the credit My mother was ilitytlr years old when the tumor commenced to prows the It teventyilx now and the tumor It gone Slit had awful large sod her limbs began to- weUbrfo the begin to use medicine I value it so mudrUhat I am hardly ever out of It in my house This it but one of many thousands of In stances in which this matchless Prescrip Lion has restored such complete health and purification to the distinctly organism as to dispel trace of abnormal or dangerous conditions with out resort to surgery or similar obnoxious methods For form of female weak ness and disease it Is the supreme specific designed for this one purpose and no other an educated skillful of ex partJiularfieldDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets urc consti pation At all medicine sto- resAc aa a aaaaw aa vo a v Legislature offering a reward of floo I 006 which may prove a centive to imperil the life of any 10nc1 cect man in the Commonwealth With such a corruption fund levltd- bytacallonon the people It will not t c difficult to find witnesses as bad as Tifus Oates to swear away the lives of an many innocent persons as may be thought necessary to support the invention of any plot to promote the interests of those who advocate their strange theories Under covet of this clamor the rev olution proceeded QUEER LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS Tjje legislative actors in this drama met orthe third time to go through than e onus of contest in which they had played before thus conced ing the utter illegality of all their former proceedings Without specifying any established facts for none had shown they again pronounced their opinion that their candidates had re ceived the largest number of legal votes thus casting a doubt by their oplnloncn the validity of the election in every county in the State and on their own rights to all as a legislative body For on the same ballots on which were the names of the State officers voted for were their own namesI The declarations that there were a sufficient number of illegal votes on these ballots to change the result of the election in the whole State was a declaration that there might also be enough to change the result in any or every county of the State and to renI der it donbtful whether a legislative body existed so legally constituted asI to entitle it either to sit in judgment on this contest or to choose a Senator StateI of Election Commission the contests for the minor State officers also met Claiming to possess the highest right that a judi cial tribunal can exercise they pro ceeded to disfranchise more than a quarter of a million of people I be lieve that no impartial mind will rec ognize the justice of their proceedings The pretext urged for throwing out the vote of three counties which were opposed to their patty views that the ballots were printed on paper which in their judgment was not thick nough and therefore was not in fact a secret ballot It was conceded that in sothe counties where the majorities wereiu their favor very similar bal lotsltd been used but they were not fully convinced that those ballots were illegal The benefit of the doubt was therefore given to their friends- It 19 well for the people to ponder on the farreaching tendencies of this partisan decision The constitution forbids the citizen to cast his vote in any other way than on the ballots furnished by the authority ot the State These ballots were so furnished and were a direct pledge of the State that the citizen was authorized to use them in giving expression to his choice To deny this right is to violate the plighted faith of the State to itsown citizens It is an assertion that any party in control of the State government can byn premeditated fraud disfranchise the citizens of the largest portions of the State by the simple device of furnishing ballots which they never mean to recognize It is to assert that the perpetrator of a fraud can take advantage of his own wrong and rob the innocent victim of his machinations of the dearest rights of a freeman It is to concede that we are no longer citizens ofa free commonwealth but subjects of an oil garchy which defies the authority of the people and seeks through the usurpations of the legislative body governing through an irresponsible triumvirate to trample upon the rights and lIberties of the people Simply to state the case is a demonstration of the injustice of those proceedings and to show the latest evolution of the spirit of Goebelism tEGlStALTnim USURPING ALL THESE FUNCTIONS Of all tyrannies that ofa leg Isla tlve body unrestrained by constltu tional limitations is the most intol era Me In times of patty excitement its proceedings are invariably direct ed by the most violent counsels The Individual conscience seeks to lose itself fn the irresponsibility ot mem bers and the force ol members unre strninfd by any compunctious visit ings of nature and insensible to any mural obligations seeks to attain its object by any meanslowever ques tlonabe History 14filied with ex atopies of the most atrocious acts com milled under the authority of suchr tyrannous bodies If the Kentucky will dispassionately rtflect on the present condition of our State govetnment they cannot but view situation with serious concern and alarm With the passage of the pres ent election law and its confirmation by the courts there came a most seri ous impairment the balance of pow ers in the government The people ha declared that the three powers of the government should remain distant and separate But under this law the legislative body may not only enact laws but choose its own crea turesto execute them usurping at 0 once the right of the people to elect and the duty of the executive to aps point Under the same law it has usurped some of the most important functions of the judicial department by establishing a hundred and twenty tribunals filled with its own creatures not only claiming but one ofwhich has just exercised the power of dis franchising more than a quarter ida million people and by this highest of judicial acts has reversed the vote of the whole people of the State By its own action and that of its creatures it claims the right under the most fallacious pretexts to defeat the will of the people pronouncedat the and to choose executive officerswho may prove entirely con formable to their will By the actions ol its creatures on the election boards it possesses the power to overrule the election ol any judicial officer who may not be pledged to sustain on the benchany usntpation or inroad it may hereafter make on the rights ol the people It has just enacted a law appropriating a hundred thouSAn4 dollars of the peoples money to be dispensed by its creatures to inform ers and under the operations of which the life of no cltlzsn is safe against perjured testimony which may be bought with such a corrup tlon fund to sustain any theory of a plot that may be suggested Thus becomingilute power absorbing every function government endangering theprop erty the liberty and even the lives every citizen in the State If Judge Lewis will calmly view the political sit utlon as it stands todaythedistrust be tween parties and individuals the depression in business the usurpation of power the prevailing anarchyall direct results of the operations of this election lawhe must concede that there was in it something more than the mere changing of the mode of ap pointing election officers as he con tended in his letter It is in fact as has been shown a revolution in the whole structure of our government and the absorption of nearly all its powers by a single department If there ever existed among a people the right to resist encroachments on their liberties that right exists in Ken tacky today If the people do not exer cise it it is because they have learned from their ancestors the lesson of pa tience and that the public peace should not be Imperiled while there Is a chance for a peaceful solution of of the important questions involved A TRIBUTE TO JUDGE LEWIS A far less provocation to resistance to tyranny than is offered in Kentucky today incited the active intervention of Judge Lewis nearly forty years ago Our rights as he thought were threat cued He did not then wait for the blow to fall In Its lull force But ap pealing to what was noblest in his manly nature he resisted during four years the assaults of his rights as a freeman and evinced his fidelity to the principles of civil liberty by a courage a fortitude and a personal gallantry that has not been surpassed He is the last man who should now abandon the cause of the people Judge Lewis apology for this elec tion law is my excuse for having in Dieted these letters on you An an alysls of its features and an observation of its workngsshows it to have been most hurtful to society Itwas conceived in wrong denying at the outset the equality of citizens before the law The application of its prin ciples in the June convention showed that no moral law was bind- Ing if it stood in the way of material successIts evolution showed that If the forms of law were followed it was only as a spacious means of consnmating a meditated wrong but that the law itself must be set aside II necessary to accomplish its purpose Its tendency was to repress all that is virtuous in political life and to appeal tQ only what Is most low most groveling and most sordid in our natures It was especially opposed to the basic principles of lemocracy which has htretof re stood asthe of the people This law antagonized this principle and taught that political honors were obtained from the confidence ot an intelligent people but from a hierarchy of offi dais each surrounded by faithful vassals everyone completely subservient to the grade above htm and all united in a common purpose to min tain their official existence necessa ryof the liberties of the peopl Its in fiction upon the people was thedlrest calamity If it prove not fatal in its effects it will be because there is yet I left to the people a spirit ot patriot ism which will enable them to break the chains with which it is sought to manacle them But if the spirit ol liberty has indeed ceased to animate I our souls let us no longer boast ol DntIbequeathed by our forefathers has been carelessly cast away by their i degenerate sons let us bow our heath in shame and paraphrasing the Ian guage of a statesman of the past apostrophising his own State which had brcught dishonor on her name let us exclaim The star that repre fents Kentucky on the Jgof the Union ohl blot it out but leave the stripe the fit emblem of her degreda lion S B BUCKNRR flen Lily March 0 1950 I I T The Readers of The Hartford Republican can get the Louisville Evening PostforI50 Now Is thetlmeto pay up for The Republican and get the two papers one year for only 25O The Christian People are Retsponsible for the Present I Crisis Says the Lex ington Herald Jd JSvery tep in the Acts of the Lexington foliee vyatV ivoliufonrv I U Though the grand jury Is in session and the Circuit Court in its criminal term we presume no one will attempt to haveinvesUgated the recent nets committed in this city For ordinary purposes Fayette county administers the law about as justly as any county in the State but for violations of the law committed by partisans for party advantage condonation is assured both by custom and public sentiment There is no public sentiment against such violations oflaw The execution ol the law is always In exact accordance with public sentiment In New Jersey this public sentiment demands that the law be executed No officer of the law would be permitted to hold office who violated the law or abused the power conferred upon him Those I officers are no better men than our officers as a rule they are hardly equal to the average of our officers They are not more Intelligent no braver or better posted There a man is selected because it is known that he will exe cute the law impartially rigorously and justly here he is elected because he Is expert in dodging the law for the benefit of his party and can be depended upon in emergencies to do what his party requires at his hands No one in the majority of the Northern and Western States can compre hend what our community has witnessed during the past three days A Captain of the State Guard deliberate ly takes forcible possession of the property of another company without any warrant of law or consent The Sheriff of the county and the Chief of Police arrest men charged with mur der The plain letterof the law which these guardians of the law have sworn to obey requires the prisoners to be carried forthwith before the County Judge or Police Judge these officers carry the prisoners to jail The pris oners are searched their private papers and private mouey taken from them Without any order from any judicial officer the Sheriff of this coun ty the Sheriff of Franklin county the Chief of Police and other officers of the law in the dead of night go to the jail and demand of the Deputy Jailer those prisoners and without notice to the Jailrr who is responsible for the prisoners he delivers them to these officers of the law who abduct them from this county and without warrant by force carry them to Jefferson coun ty Every stel in this conduct is in direct open violation of law every act an act malfeasance in office and In derogation of the rights of the pus oners and every act committed by a sworn officer of the law and every act will be applauded by thousands of most excellent law abiding and law loving citizens by Christian men who I take communion with great regulari ty and are quite careful about the tithing of the mint and anise and cummin by men who are really Chris tian and are the bulwark and founda tion ol the State These officers represent the com munity to which they feel responsi ble they feel that behind them is that body to whom they have to account Indeed these acts make them more secure of office will be used to Induce further honors at d larger pay They Hidden Beauty In Egypt the custom Is for Princesses to hide their beauty by covering the lower part of the face with aveIL In America the beauty of mnny of our women is hidden because of the I weakn ss and peculiar If the Egypt ian custom pre vailed in this country many suffererswouldbe cover theli- premature sunkencheeks their unnealthy complexion from the of the world with the veil of the Orie- ntBradfieldsI Female Regulator I brings out a womans true beauty I It makes her strong and well in those I organs upon which her whole general health depends It corrects nil menstrual disorders It stops the drains of Leucorrhcea It restores the womb to its proper place It removes the causes of backache and nervousness It takes the debilitated weak haggard fading woman and puts her on her feet again making her face beautiful by t making her body well ruggltasslIltforlabottl55- ndfOrOlirItOS illustrated book tor women The kaddell RcUlalor Co Atlanta a u I tarethey are heroes wearijawe victory TEcy cannot qtt enlt 2 Dlellowno one is quite so important just Acas he who is prompt and skillful in 1Wederstand us We are not writing In arspirit of levity far far otherwise We never wrote with more intense sense of gravity with a profounder sense of the trne condition ol Bblic sentiment We have hereJttfiVewVit ten that the Christian peOIg1jayt ette county are responsible fofewy act done in their namely ou p Mic officers This very day these people could make a complete reformation and revolution if they really were In earnest The brutal blow on the head of Caleb Powers was struck by the theyknowselves Let there bf no foolish and useless abuse of these or other officers All officers want to stand well with the community all officers will re spond to the demands o the common Ity When a spasm shook this comm ti ity a special grand jury a selected petit jury and the tribunals of the J county convicted Squire McNamara When the spasm passed off the grand jury refused to so much as even seriously consider the election crimes and the community obtained a pardon for L Squire McNamara The spasm was abnormal but dec tive the normal condition strikes a prisoner over the head with a club and abducts prisoners in violation of law On the day Mr Goebel was assassi nated a poor negro was murdered the normal condition condones the murder We hear a great deal about an aroused public sentiment One result ol an aroused public sentiment is a reward of 100000 for perjury subornation of perjury prostitution of the courts of justice and a reign of blood and violence and that under the super vision of men of high position ofjust weight and excellent reputation men who have been gallant soldiers and admirable citizens and who believe they are doing Gods service wheaia fact they are mere tools in the hands of shrewdand corrupt shysters and conspirators yearsIIIthein the midst of revolution and the good people are giving their sane lion to the deeds which stala the pages of our history cAPrLx4Dears the BIfututof AIt1 Kind YOg lit AIWIIS III JI Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic r Idayfusion in this line Hlateafclwl method of treatment for VerictJifep and Stricture without the or cautery cures In 90 Pt cent oTatt5 cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kidney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he Is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than specialistCsedphysicians readily yield to his treatment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his office or by mall Address J Hathaway M D 309 NewtcntNashville Tenn The other day a man refused to subscribe for his home paper giving as his reason I haint got no time to waste and cant learn nothin from it nohow Then he received an Au gusta Me sheet free and in answer to one of its ads sent a dollar for a treatise on How to rise in the world In a few days be received a printed slip bearing this inscription Buy an Alarm Clock It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting I tifJ1 AlbanyN f store there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he left word for him to come at once on his return lIe also bought abottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which he hoped would give somet lief until the doctor should jrjj 7 a few hours he rttun xis doctor need pn v1 v beScholz lomtne l exchange over Will Remtl C until IOTO bCbVrtf0rdrF I fr ify siTlt J- wr Hartford Republican FON and LON ROOERS Editors orelephcnoCua1n Cilce 33 bard frldayt hr the Hartford Pub Colnctrporatt Intend itHartford postolflci is second tlasamail matter FRIDAY MARCH s3 WUEN Joe Blackburn dlered to bel bis souls salvation against a counterfeit nickel tbat bis party would do tbe stealing at the last election if thei was any done Christian people wele shocked and even tbe sporting elemec thought tbe odds might be a little too heavy But in the light of afterelec tion events wasnt it Just abot even money after ally TUE charge oi the Harttoid Herat 4 that Republicans are deserting or wanting to desert Gov W S Taylo wall be denounced an a makeshift b 2800 Republicans in Ohio county But every one acquainted with tba sheet knows tbat the source of its so called honesty is low base and cot laminated with prejudice and Ignorance in a very dense form rTni8 latterday Democracy claim Republicans and honest Demo ts stole the election If Republicans did steal the election tbe Democrats having control of every precinc in the Slate ae they did then tbey should be manly enough to shut thei heads and vnothing If one part be eo tbat it can bea every advantag then tbe part mucliser to allminis be tie and should not IT is widely rumored tbat as soon 88 the Court of Appeals passes on tbe contest cases that it now being understood that their decision will be in favor of the Democrat the usurping Goebel Democracy will make an at tempt to take possession of tbe State buildings and offices by force of arms It has been agreed to by both partie that nothing should be done until tbe contest is settled by tbe Suprem Court If this agreement be brokei and forcible possession is attempted it should be resisted at all hazards am that resistance supported by ever lover of liberty in the State until the opaljcrisis rumored and come let every lover of liberty stand firm in the right as God gives him to see the right IN dismissing the jury Tuesday Judge Owen sorrowfully sadly am with mucb pain informed those good old farmers that they would have to wait for their pay But his hono failed to explain why tbe delay He merely congratulated them by etatitr that he too was in the same chute This is the result of Goebeliera and part of that body of gentlemen voted for it too They are reaping theIr rewardwe are sorry to eay The had warning yes in abundance but they heeded it not We extend our sympathy to them in the hour of rear iag their reward for they knew not what they did This never occurred under Republican rule but under thE reign of Goebelism We forewarned ous readers of the certain danger am foretold them of the lurking enemy that lay in wait and they took not tbe advice Gentlemen what do you thinkabout it We know it hurt you but youll have to stand it rJUDGE W II YOST is being favor ably mentioned for Congress in th Third District Judge Yost has prov en himself a hero in the time of grea need He bas been an iirdent sup porter and advocate of tho sound coney doctrine and a propagandist ot expansion He has stood for tbe right of the great people of Kentucky in the present contut like a pillar of granite He is a soldier for the people in the 1 gal battle now in progress at Frank fort and at every charge against tbi foe he makes him squirm and twist and beg for mercy at the hands of thi partisan courts where ho is invariably protected As a representative of thl libertyloving people oftbe Third District he stands head and shoulders above all others and this honor is hut due him He is a student and a very able jurist His ability as an attorney has been thoroughly demon strated to the whole country his reputation is not confined to the Stale ol Kentucky For Kentucky to send such a man to Congress would bo a step toward the return to the days ot Henry Clay With Bradley in the Senate and Yost in the House Kent tucky will again stand in the eyes of tbe people where she once stood tbe leader of the natum UNPARALLELED Tie unveiling of every rep in the Goeballto tcheme of usurpation has astonished and amazed all Kentucky and the nation After pleading their inuoceco like one c ndemned to the ctflold tieyunder the forms of new their slimy honor about swore to the Ruler was donenot en U test followed The charge of intirai dation by the Stac militia was made notwithstanding the fact that not oni soldier prepared for duty nppearet at the polls in any precinct in the city about which the charge is made unti three hours alter the polls closed Tbii is a fact established by the best citizen of Louisville Simultaneously came the charge of tissue ballots Abou filly counties were accused and so far as that great legislature could sei and hear and judge were guilty and accordingly their citizens were die francbued Following came the decision ot tbat great triumvirate of shame and fraud Foyntz Yonts andI Fulton declaring that the citizens 01 Louisville and Johnson Martin am Magoiliu counties bad no right to a voice in tbe last election Then followed another great sceno of thi drama Tbat never tobeforgottci legislature apprapriated 8100000 the peoples money to tbtiDemocratii corruption fund This act alone shook forever brand in shame the leaders 01 this latter day Democracy The mur der of Mr Goober was a tad day in Kentuckys history His assassin sni all who conspired with him should be punished But there is a place when reason dwells ana in her absence chao reigns Judging from their deeds what manner of man would say tha reason has ever sat upon tbe throne in the councils of this latterday Democ racy within nine long months Tin appropriation of 8100000 as a reward for the punishment of him or then who killed Mr Goebel is beyond thi bounds oi reason When Abraban Lincoln was assassinated reward of only five thousand dollars was offeree by tbe greatest government on eartl for the capture of bis slayer But nov in Kentucky when one of her sons wbt brought a sword into her politics IS killed this latterday Democracy of corruption and woe not natural to hei soil rushes upon the scene and tbrowi to the wind 8100000 as a reward tc search for the guilty and the conspir acy not among themselvesbut among other not among the Pharisees but among tbe Publicans This last step of the Democrats clearly demonstrates the tact that if they have their way not only the offices must bo turned over to them but opposition must henceforth lie it the silent grave of subjugation Dm may aekClWiII not the courts marks line of justice No Every court before which the contest hue been or will come in Kentucky is Democratic Every Democratic judge is bitterly partisan and furthermore is dependent for his position upon the success ot tbi party If their party lose they lose Thus that matter is and thus it goer These assertions are substantiated bI their deeds In all her history Kentucky was never in greater peril With a fund of hundred thousand dollars to cor rupt witnesses what man opposing Goebelism can say I am a freeman in a free country and secure From tbe slums of Frankfort witnesses as dangerous to truth as the viper is to life can be brought forth on the wing of that 8100000 in a number snfricien to convict every man in opposition tll Goebelism Citizen of Kentucky arl you reasonable are you honesty Thei what seest thou in that reward twen ty times an large as that offered for them who conspired and killed one of the greatest men of the world Lik drugs floating in a bowl of water hi who will can see a little corruption floating here a little corruption there persecution here persecution there a corner ot hades in one fide in the mid ellie and all around Knavery sanc tions corruption blindness embrace fraud but honest men at all times shouldstand by the right WHERE JUSTICE CAN BE HAD If the Republican State officials can ever get a hearing before a fair and impartial court they will as surely win as time continues to hurl us on intc the future Not a Republican 01 Brown Democrat bas ever looked for anything in the form of justice from any court contaminated by the influence of tbo Goebel Democracy If that party bad wanted to do the right thing after controlling and holding the election theywouid have accepted the will of tbe majority But to do so was no part of their plan Their claim is that they are proceeding accord ing to the forms of law and that tbe people should submit to the law However well that nlay sound it appears to honest men that everybody should accept the verdict of a majority of the people as final andsupreme This last they refused to do and proceeded to contest This great court to whose mandates they pray us sub mit first ruled in the beginning of its work that all evidence should be oral And yet their decision was not final The legislature was to pass on the very same matter into which this great court was inquiring but according to the decision of the great court tbe legislators were to take its decision and iccept oi reject same without ever having a word of evidence Thiseame great court decided that Goebel was elected and did so without consideration or hearing argument ol sounsel This the Goebel Democracy rants Kentuckians to swallow Then followed the curt of the triumvirate of demagogues Poyntz Yonta and Fulton Without a word from tint opposite party these contemptible fellows decided that the other great court and the legislature had erred in throwing out 4G counties and that only the city of Louisville Johnson Martin and Magoffiu counties should be thrown out This they did and this very decision they ask the manhood of Kentucky to accept The only hope of fair play is before tint Supreme Court of the United States If ever the Republicans get properly before that court they will as surely win as they get there The facts are their tide Truth right and justice are on their side Before that great tribunal Goebelites will not pro ceed according to the forms of tint iofamDua laws of Kentucky but will come against the cold arm of absolute justice This they fear this they dread JUSTICE MUST REIGN The effect of that 8100000 corruption fund has filled all Kentucky will consternation and horror With thi vast fund in the bands of such men aeI the notorious Campbell and the un scrupulous thieving pretenders a Frankfort the liberties of Republican and Brown Democraticlleaders are all alike in danger of humiliation in tbi furyof the tempest of Democratic po litical persecution Such a state 01 aflaira was never known before in auy state of tbe union Men of bonor and high standing who were much less guilty ot crime than their accuser have been arrested and humiliated ii prison When was this done Not until that gigantic corruption fund was put into operation No lawabiding man would counten ance for a moment the assassinatioi of Senator Goebel All fairxmindec men want to see the assassin brought to justice But no innocent mat should suffer No citizen of this great State should be a victim of that8100 000 persecution and corruption lund TilE RITOBLICAN is firm in the belief that it is not tbe assassin that tbe pre tenders are after so much as it is tint persecution of the Republican and honest Democratic leaders and the destruction of opposition to their extrav agant reign If they wanted to find the real assassin it would have beer the manly thing to do to have had ai inquest held over the remains of Mr Goebel and an autopsy not by parti sans but by physicians of all parties Certainly this would have been tint proper thing to do But aside from that what should the friends of civil liberty do for tint protection of the lives liberties and bonor of innocent men who are being arrested and held in jail and who have not the means to defend themselves in court What man who has fought the infernal conspiracy can say I am tafo they will never get me T situate maddened ambition and to establish the supremacy of their reign who may not fall a victim to their hellish knavery The question is not what may be done under the forms of law as construed by such courts a have dealt with the present crisis but when will justice again regain bei sway over the courts of Kentucky Every lover of liberty right justice and freedom should contribute ii whatever way may be necessary for the protection of innocent men and the prosecution of the guilty Iteivnrrnf ointment Inrtnlnrrli Ilin ilinlnln Jlrcnry- i mercury will surely destroy the WHIM ot smel tnd dvrunfre thewholrtem whe- yrnlerhnlhruughthemoennsarfttw Huchnr ticlea nhnuld never lie lined eztvpton prescription ham resoluble iiliyalclunn IM the will ilu lolen luld to the Rood yun run pomlblj derive from them hulls Cnturrh Cure mono Ntrtnrrd by K J Cheney A Co Toledo o con tnlim no mercury und fs taken Internally nrtlm llrevtly upon the blood nnd mnronii wrfnwo- he HvMem In buying halls Cntnrrh Cure Ix lumyouiret the genuine It U taken Internally ind made In Toledo Ohio by K J Cheney k Co Tlmllnllll free Hold liy llrunifl tn price Ire per bottle llflll Fanny rill tire the ben- tNotice Says your lace curtains for Lyman iVilllams if you want them to lookup to date Telephones Nos 32 o r 46 Laundry called for and delivered Office in the Singer office Agents on salary of 1500 per week lad expenses the greatest agent seller ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hust era wanted Reference Address vith stamp American Mfg Co Terre saute Ind 29 tf A R De Fluent editor of the Journal Doylestown Ohio suffered for a umber of years from rheumatism in his tight shoulder and side He says My right arm at times was entirely iseless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to receive relief almost Immediately The Pain Jalm has been a constant companion if mine ever since and it never fails I Itor sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m w It goes to every partMurdock Catarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fever and all forms of Catarrh Price l nailed on receipt ot price See adver isenient tI MURDOCK CURE Co Atlanta Ga Farm for Sale Well improved and well watered ipply to R B Martin Hartford Ky 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 and ruins in one third the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns rostdltes qiinsey pains in the side and chest glandular and other swell- Ings are quickly cured by Applying it Every bottle warranted Puce 25 nnd 50 cts rau uiiy My Home In tho Countr The following article wa delivered bv Delilah lltrnett who Ie In her nth year College hall January Mtb at her ant el public lljr permbulon we IYI thli bountiful ration to the public My home is on a farm of three hundred and eighteen acres of which a great deal is yet in woodland It is three and ahalf miles from Hartford and one mile south of the Livcrmon road Tho house is a two story dwelling built in the shape of an L the front facing tine west There are four rooms one hall one closet one wardrobe two back porches and a front veranda on the lower floor and three rooms one hall and a veranda on the upper floor My home has around it one feed barn one cov table one buggy house a very large tobacco barn apd a large pig pen al so a chicken house meat house coa house and a cellar and an apple or chard ofabout one hundred trees 8 plum orchard and other fruit tree scattered around We have a very large yard The front yard bas in it three large free a sugar tree on one side of the talh andan elm on the other a large coda tree is standing near the center of the house There is a well under the sugar tree and a flower bed near thi well We have several pot flower but the yard being so shady we cant grow flowers to do much good The back yard is hardly u large as tbe front The coal bouse and a very large pecan tree are in one corner of the back yard Tbe large dinner bel is on the south side of the bouse am near the back porch It is on a pos almost thirty feet high and bas a wire to it that you can reach and ring and let the farm hands know tbat it U time to eat There are almost a half a dozen quince trees in tbo back yard which I have been led to very otter and bad the quince tree tea administered freely On the north side ofthi house about seventyfive yards below is a beautiful beech grove and just between two large trees down it a lute hollow is a spring and abou five feet below the spring stands at old milk bouse built out of rock and covered with shingles It is abou ten feet high and about seven fee down in the ground When I wa about eight or nine years oldit wa my delight to climb to the top of thi roof it being very steep and slide down to the ground But one after noon in the fall after the leaves hat begun to fall1 slid down on a big black snake and o6myl bow I did scream Tbat ended my fun at sliding for quite a while That dear old mill house roof was a source of trouble to my grandmother as I have gone to the bouse with my dress nearly torn off of me with some excuse as to bbv 1 did it lu the early spring and summer the grove is a beautifu place Nature so shaped one of the limbs aa to make a very met swing but it was so high that I could not reach it and I would have semi one to hold it down for me while I got on But one day as I was ver anxious to swing and bad no one to help me on I rolled an old rotten stump up to it and I got on the stump and then got into my swing I seemed to think the stump would be in my way so I just gave it a kick got it out of my way as I then thought I swung brat least one half an hour then I became tired and concluded 1 would manage some way to get down I soon saw there wasnt any other chance for me but to jump and jump I did and jumped most ton far am bit the old stump I think I must have lain there for at least five min utes when my grandmother going after a bucket oi water found me and carried me to the house I soon re vived however and was at my oli swing againDown in one corner of the yard are the bee hives and I gal stung every time 1 went out there lOne old bee chased me allover thi yardand into the house and final stung me on tbe lip which caused very painful wound and somewhat disfigured my face Just back of the bouse is the garden and in tbe lower end of the garden are the raspberry sod goose berry briars and below the garden down a little bill is the stock well where my papa and uncle watered the horses cows and ember stockThere are two large meadows on the farm There is a large brook running through one of the meadows ind down by the stock well My randmother raises geese chickens tad turkeys One afternoon a big rain came up one of my cousins was it my garnd mothers eo the sent us to the meadow to drive up the gos lings As we came back we thought ire would try wading awhile as tbe brook was lull Ho insisted that I mould wade in first Well I hanlly chew whether to try it or not but I got a stick andwas going to see low deep it was First I walked up to the edge of thu water and in I vent up to my waist That boy knew I would I came out of there 8S mad as a wet hen nnd fully con duced that the water was deep I tented for tho bouse to tell my grand nother and he right after me laugh rig and having bis fun at my expense Ind that boy like all other mean Aye laughes at me to thia day for ailing into that brook fhe tobacc barn is about seventy I And Is It not due to ne exhaustion Things always look so much brighter when ware In good health How can you bave courage when suffer with headache nervous prostration and great physical weaknessWould you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits I How By removing the cause By taking IVi a It gives activity to all parts that carry sway useless and poisonous materials from your body It removes the cause of your suffering because It re moves all Impurities from your blood Send for our book on NervousnessTo good health you must hive perfect action of tbe bowels Ayers Pills cure con stipation and biliousness YfrHm to one Oooiof- rtrhipi TOO would like to mono tome ybilcta abet your IIrOTnI writ U r at tae tan In ns Tovwtll OOoIypromptrIrwtlllo 1 e tt A4drM ATCR dC auu five yards from the house and belo- it is the watermelon patch My uncle raises very fine watermelons but never allowed me to go there by myself as I did not know the ripe from the green until 1 got them cut open and if it was green into the wild rose bush thicket at the foot of the bill it went and so did the rind of the ripe ones Those old rose bushes guarded my secret well u no one dared enter their thorny bower The apple orchard is just across the fence from the tobacco barn and after I had invaded the watermelon patch I would then visit the orchad to get the nice apples and of course they were always on tbe higheit limbs and the longest pole or tbe best climber always rescind them I usual y got my share alter climbing around in the tops of the trees and peeping into all the birds nests scaring the old birds away I would then climbabout half way down and jump the remain er leaving a lock of my hair and apiece of my dress as distress signals below tbe orchard are the woods land there is a little low place just a short distance from the orchard and it has a great many little tapplings on it I would tell my grandmother that I was going to hunt gum sax or wild flowers and get down there and ride saplings Some times I would get too far and fall down in place of tiding down Another great pleasure of my home in the country is riding the horses to water and driving up the cows every evening But the milking isnt so funny and numerous other pleasures of a country home such as hauling hay shocks sliding ofl of bay stacks hunting goose eggs and oh there are so many that I cant name them all Among the pleasures of a country home it has its sorrows as well and one ot the sad events was the deathof my dog and cat My clog came to hit death accidentaly by an ax in the bands of my own father My kitten came to iu death in the night by tall ing off the back porch into the slop bucket but the saddest was the selling of my favorite saddle horse These were great sorrows for we were fast mends and only play mates I like the country very much and always will I think there never was a bap pier life than a life in the country r Ladies For relief of women Cbes era Tansy Tablets worth their weight In gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Mailed on receipt of price fl MuxnoclcCuawCoAtlanta Ga J LAND SALE The following described land will be offered for sale at the Court House In Hartford on the first Monday in April 1900 at i oclock p m by the leirs of Mrs N J Barnard deceased erms ol sale 6 12 and 18 months with bond and approved security nterrst irom date of sale First five ots lie near Liberty Church two miles East of Braver Dam Sixth lct- lone mile below Ross Ripple on South side ol Rough River Lot No I contains 65 acres more or less Lot No 2 contains 65 acres more or lesl- Lnt NO3 contains 120 acres more or less Lot No 4 contains 149 acres sore or less Lot No 5 contains ii ores more or less Lot No 6 con sins 84 acres more or less Heirs E mtr Barnard E Preston Barnard r T Rarnatd Thaddeus Barnard Robert G Barnard Garfield Barnard nalnardCjR To write I W adv t week Our new Spring- in large quantities and we ar them up and arranging ourst- big Spring Opening which we into double discount anything of its kind i ever happened in this section Next wee we will tell you about them and quote you prices In the meantime please remember hat our store is not closed but very wide open and we did not get our new goods for any other purpose 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LINED 11 IinQK AND noOMT lNHII1FKnnn and do not touch lbstdes 1kntr of room lor hotfoot bulb ia4Fm pongetowel and tool Ik body I FLAT Ilk e u MTMI U tilth pate WfclOltS complete outy i0 pound Eatly Carried no Woman World Whom Turkish and Vapor Cabinet Not Benefit llOOKIKTaiiltwllllnteretyon In which the head face and nock b turn the same vapor a tbl body Make cleat skin pimpleblotheInvaluable colds In the head AthmaCatartb and llroichltU- W furnish a pert eohnl ton eompleU with regulator and npport with each Cabinet greatimprovementnomical Ho confident ore we that ourCoblnt will pleaMoi that- WE NErD IT OJlf 30 DATS TRIAL to be returned at our eipen and oir money ye- faadedUnottaatasrepresented What could be to have a Cabi rout which was not lut aa represented aid Tbeprkwbwonderfaltylow eluding alcohol store plain directions and vela able formula and for medicated bath and varlou ailment Fan Hteamre100s1n Incane ot flood 1o1ODRybllllo rot liana bond Irey absolutely freewllh every Cabinet a which entitle th holder to free med Del advice from the National Medical lutlUUO They have a national reputation for the cure of lheee dUeaw AGENTS AND SALESMEN WANTED MEN AND WOMENBIG WAGES 13000to weekly to offices or parlors1 to appont enll or travel A wonderful seller Most liberal terms and commissions Bo your own boss Any energetic man or woman can make from 10 clear daily The Standard Bath Cabinet Company TOLEDO OHIO Strictly FlrstClass Lino Guaranteed Satisfaction Will gold I I manufacture patterns warrant should are lroplac nee itructlon Friendship providence Largest Jewelry coutractlon Woman Headache AthmaIAelrtppeond antiseptic body treatment receipt Toledo open CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCHS CATARRH CD v IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT For years has tbe medical fraternity sought a reliable nnd truth In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums havu sodding publicand the health of thousands have been ccm taking tLem these various compounds causing the wo Sprays and ointments are also worthless as it Is Im eM fected parts in this manner MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE Is a dw and y to be smoked in a pipe thereby the lames and s affected by the disease It relieves Instan ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds in tbe Head an matter whatshape and cares when treatment is time No how little you are affected dont comes oiten from simple colds Like all new and v will find others ylnR theirs are just as rood Beware worthless tOfVfE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO JPutbox treatment fur 31 days iiy t s f 1 i I J 28 and l4- i and vlon oWn FOR GRIP MID oher alus and colors Childrens and 7Du to or and and Vests at of at exactly Mens finoljiioca coin toe at 1125 J Mens Vici Kid Shoes lace and Congress broad toe at frMene good sand fine Shoes coin toe at 1150 2iMens fine Vici Kid Shoes in lace last 8225 Z Mens highgrade fine Shoes black or tan 8260 Mens very best handmade Vici Kid and + Shoes latest last at 300 Our big of Ladies and Misses Shoes and Slippers are including Cele I brated line none better made Wear It pair and you will have no ti other For the BEST GOODS f at LOWEST PRICES visit 1t s g- fb B dl T i 1a l J 1 4 j t 1 1- T t IIR Iil 8 Dealers in CelebrateduBear Fertilizer Buggies Birdsell Wagons Hue and Blount JJjows Deering Har vesting Machines Agents for J I Case Threshing t4i ACc cc- I Fairest Dealings Lowest Prices Best Rigs o thorn a CAI- IEvorythtngV Firstclassl hono No ivd Telephone Exchange Company I r Talk being cheap necessary yen should patronize homo ware you can buy your own build your I toIkmg withmole county and business I nerallYlJi only paying 4 ex I solid jjulitr tlSDO Suits Youths from Suit r i Boys Odd Coats hall I c Overcoats Molntosh Coats r latest Chromo i line now in the folks linos dtatanco Suits o Hartford nge Coor lo expense L E latet- ioulars Companies o good r f weekto ind In SendTerre 29 If- from a 4 ted f61f EWER REGOMM 750i 11I ifiPriesmeyers Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 23 spring Clothing at Carson INew Harvey Pruden is in Davie county this week If yon want a nice spring Sultgo to- G I T Westetfield Mr Marlon Yates Rochester called I to see its Monday lon R C Jarnagin made ns a I pleasant call Tuesday Mrs J L Rowe Is visiting in Leitchfield this week f Bring your eggs chickens an I feathers to Carson Co Tilden Boznth Render was a IMr caller Wednesday Miller ws in Owensboro Wednesday and Thursday t I COALPlenty of good coal at th Dr Miller bank for 2c and 3c IThrretoad farms for rent apply to j L P Downs Small onse Ky I Mr Ernest Woodward McHenry t was among our callers Tuesday RoodIGlobe Fertilizer CARSON Co iA nice watch given with every 800 Suit of clothes at G T Wester Celdo A nice assortment of Petcals ladle I Linens and Dimities at Carson Cos ltyfor32 and 46- Messrs Sam Stevens and Thomas Chick Beaver Dam called to see us Tuesday Ex County Judge of JefleiRon Charles R Rlcble was in town Wed nesday Mr I D Dodson has been confined to his room this week but is some better now Dr I SSmlthMcHenrymade TUB RnruntiCAN office a pleasant call Wednesday spentSaturdayin HartfordMr B Rogers Leitchfleldwas the guest ot the Rogers brothers Tues day and Wedesday Miss Edna Griffin returned home Tuesday from Louisville where she had been visiting for some time If you want a Watch or Clock see that your ticket is filled out by April- I 5900 G T WESTKRFIELD The Singer Sewing Machine ia the standard of excellence Use no other Gnoss WILLIAMS Agent Miss Eulah Bennett of No Creek who has been visiting her aunt Mrs C B Snllenjzer has returned home Mr A W Morgan Maxwell was t town Tueedayand paid TUft RB UCAN respecU while here e e rftlct treasurers Mr and Mrs F O Austin oI Beaver Dam were the guests ol their daughter Mrs Z Wayne Griffin the first ol the week Mrs J L Rogers of Greenville has been quite ill olla grippe for sometime but is better al present and wi soon be out again Mrs Ella Maddox ot near South Carrollton spent Saturday and Sun day in Hartford with her cousins Mr J L Rowe and wife Dont forget that Lyman Williams is still In tbe Laundry Business and says please save your laundiy tor him or leave it at the Singer office You should not tail to examine my S and 6 new spring Suits They are moneyI lamllyII thatshouse lately vacated by Mr I Watterson opposite Tim Rspunu CAN cfficeI Sheriff S T Stevens and Jailer T H Black took Jim Robertson and prisoWednesdayn o years and Elites lor lite Remember that genuine Singers are never sold to dealers but go di rectly ham maker to user and can only be obtained from the Companys Agents GROSS WILLIAMS Agent Dont forget that we give free one good Oak Dining Chair with a f15 cash purchase or an Uak Rocker with a 20 cash purchase Dont fall to take advantage of this offer CARSON Co- Me H C Felix near town died pneumoniaUocle very best citizens and he leaves iwile and five children and a large cit cle of friends to mourn his loss The land which the Barnard heirs have advertised for sale on April 2 in the columns of TUB REPUBLICAN is principally bottom land but a good farm of ridge land may be putcbased at this sale most all of which is first class land Rev W L Dunn assisted by Revs Bennett and Blazer is conducting a very successful protracted meeting at Washington a few miles north of town Several have professed relig ion and the country is receiving a great religious awakening Truest economy to get the best A cheaply made sewing machine is dear at any price because faulty in action operateUxperlence best It cheapestGaoss Mrs Fanny Davie mother of Prof H H Davis Beaver Dam died Wednesday evening at six o cock and was buried yesterday at Point Pleasant Mrs Davis had reached a ripe old age and for a number of years has been a cripple caused by sustaining a a fall The many friends of the am Hy will learn of the death viith sad hearts In another column will be found an Jwhichvividlydaboard this transport It is worth your while to read it For this arlcle we are indebted to Mr Charles L Wedding who was one of those unfortunates aboard the vessel Col Q C Shanks has been quite ill haveeseen score years on April I should he live to see that day Notwithstanding the fact that he has reached this advanced age his mind is as clear as it was In his youth He converses freely with friends and relates incidents that occurred in his boyhood days with great clearness Mellenrydiedfever He had only been sick about- a week or perhaps a little lens IIIH father was absent in Muhlenbnrg county and did not arrive home until IIleImost respected families in McHenry His remains were Interred in the Render Cemetery Sunday The following gentlemen have shown TUB REPUBLICAN their appre+ elation dating the past week by call ing and expressing their good wishes sympathySTStevens A W Morgan H H Chap man J J Brackin Ben Burden W H Stanley A O Bridges R B Ev elry F L Sanderfar W T Keown S J Weeding Louis Guenther T T Ashby and W I Rowe Dr A C CAperton who has been with us for the past two week left Wednesday at noon for bis home near Leitcbfield Dr Caperton renewed friendship with his old friends and made many others that will always remember him with good wishes anti with fraternal love Ills sermons at the Baptist church were excellent ef forts and were well received by hii againbetiara veteran with us in the near future An entertainment will be given at the College Hall to night under the auspices of Misses Gracie Roll and Carrie Wccrner The classes In Elo ration Physical Culture and Music youngladiese in their work Theentertainment promises to be both Impressive and instructive and all will be blghlly entertained Parents yon are cordlaly invited attend and there see the advancement of your children under the efficient care of these ladles retention arid Trade lhis way howt onliCy Has out at him in a most ntut aud frightening manner when he put IIspur and lash to his horse and rode speedily to his fathers barnwhere he alighted to turn his horse in the stall but to his surprise the animal was in pursuit made another hair raising scream which sent him flying to the house where he was annoyetodlacovI+ tug more WAS seen or heard of it some three or four nights afterward wayhomesomething chasing hogs in front of him but thinking nothing of the dig turbance among the swine pressed forward until be came almost contact with the frightful beast and there in the great immensity of dark ness where the gurgling of the tiny brook bore to his weary mlndthe reo semblance of the great cataract and the song of the nightingale and the owlet bade him depart Naturally nn nayment were persuasive and with no spotireIng exceedingly light footed especial ly on this occasion be gave com mand to those cowardly members of his body to bear him thither and in the twinkle of nn eye he was gone and after a miles dash through the darkness he landed breathless on the threshold of his home where his ex cruclating experience was told after the manner ol a frightened and breath countryisthe wild cat and It is more than like ly that we will hear more of it The young men in that community should handle their persons with care after night Those merchants who advertise with Tim REPUBLICAN are always pleasedwith their display It is con ceded by all that our printer Mr JL Rowe is the best in this section of the nlTelephonejust put out is by far the neatest work that the company has had done ghaveyour very first opportunity Note those who have advertised and give them a call Remember we can give priceAUThe court delivered A A Nash and Arthur Nash the counterfeiters up to U S Deputy Marshall John B Rogers Tuesday and they are now in thephands of the Federal authorities each offender is served according to his offense It is our opinion that the elder Nash las been amply punished already He has been faithful honest and trusted by his landlord Mr W H Moore for six or seven years and In all this time he has been as faithful as a child and as a result won the confidence and esteem of all who knew him He says himself that he was lured into the attempt to pass the counterfeit money by young Arthur Nash and a pint of liquor Arthur Nash is the man responsible tor the whole affair and should have the pen alty to pay since he made the molds from which he then coined Babbitt metal dollars This gentlemans Plaster of Paris and his dollars of Babbitt will secure for him a lasting jot It be the means of learning him an honorable trade If so it will prove in the end a blessing for him and the disgracedbutpunishment it will be more than is expected The spirit In most case remains the same and bin confinement only temporarily stys the hands ol evil However this should be a lifelong lesson to the offenders and those of the country of hRnddisappear when Hoods Is II faithfully takenpPension Agents Ruling MrCombs Will Not Rocognizefo J C W tarlos Pension Agent Leslie Combs jssued qn order Tuesday to take oflect thrugliout his department to the ef feet that all pension vouchers sworn to before notaries public who are appointed byj CW Beckham will be IgnoredAnd none of them honored In speaking of the matter Mr Combs Bild I have issued this older solely for the benefit of the pension ers who might swear to their claims befoie ntatics app tinted by Beck ham and thereby encounter a lot of trouble hy no having their papers marie out in n lawful manner Asked il he had done this on hU own accord or hud he received instructions front Wrf iinpton he said I must de cline to discuss tint phase ofthe mat ter Tft It be tufficiot to sty that I issued fuch instructions and that they will be rigidly enforced Guy ernor Taylor ID governor de facto of Kentucky sari the signatures ot no taries created hy HecUham can have no legal weight Pensioners in this State will save tht mselves lots of trouble and inconvenience to see be lore they present their claims thut the same are not signed by any notary appointed by Urckham Toe United Stater ttutessay that wtena notary is not convenient pensioners can go be fore foutth class postmaster and swear before them to their claims This ruling of Pension Agent Combs went into immediate fleet No vouchers attested before a Becxhim notary have shown up as yet When they do they will be promptly return ed lor correction Commercial Transport Manauonso has a Narrow Escape trpportManauense Webb Hayes and three companies of tht thirty first Infantry on board bw I akin dlt U 4 nig to Colonel f JSB Hajts official report the chic t engineer would have been under arrest also if there has been any one t replace him The colonels report also declares that the captain oi the vessel told him broughttbemmen were greenhorns and failed to realize their danger while experienced seamen would have deserted the ship and taken to the boats in midocean The officers say her owners bought effortIs ment for 150000 She started fro San Francisco accompanied by the transport the remainder of the regiment and en countered heavy seas to Honolulu without accident After it developed that she was nndermaned and soldiers had t be detailed to act as firemen coal passers and waiters and to do other work Before reaching Honolulu the crew concluded that the ship was not safe and the majority agreed to desert Though they were closely watched many succeeded in getting away and the Manauense lelt Honolulu with less than half her crew The captain of the transport on November 17 told Colonel Hayes that the vessel had sprung a leak and an investigation resulted in finding several feet of water in her hold The steam pumps were tried but failed to work and there were no hand pumps on board HoweverfortVSlx buckets werefound others were Improvised and the sol diets not employed in working the ship were organized into five shifts theybeganwith the men passing the buckets whichwere sent up to the deck by a windlass The longest time a shift could stand was two hours and often the period was not longer than halt an hour The balling continued until the ship anchored here The same day the leak was discovered the machinery collapsed and the electric lighting plant and distilling plantsfelledthe few candles found were ex i after a few days During the last week of the passage the Manau nightShewily but November 22 she en counted a typhoon and pitched and tossed alarmingly The Peking became separated from her during the storm The water rose rapidly and the ball- Ing force was doubled But the buckets were gradually smashed and bar rels and boxes were substituted for the men working in darkness ilanks and pieces of iron shafting being violently washed among them The firemen could only feed the fires by bring lilted up by the men through water waist deep The typhoon lasted two days and A half and in the midst of it the engines stopped The officers then held a consultation and found that there were 420 persons aboard with lifeboat accommodations for 213 In the meantime the men below Ignorant ol their extreme peril were passing buckets and singing What the Hell Do We Care while the ship rolled helplessly on the ocean with hatches closed The heat was intense until the typhoon passed and then the Peking which had retraced her course about seventy miles clime alongside the Uananense which was rolling so heavily that the soldiers in the hold could at each roll see the Peking through the hatches overhead Colo net James S Pcttlt commander of the fhlrtyCrst Volunteer Regiment ordered the Manauense to proceed to Guam and await relief but the cap lain of the Manauense demurred the officers say because the Government was renting the ship for E500 a day Throughout the voyage the engines the Manauense tailed frequently nd the ship would roll for a few while the engines were being then the steamer would iroceed again for a few hours The meat and vegetables rotted because of the failure of the refrigerators andI were thrown overboard After the storm the water supplied the at Honolulu had to be used r the boilers and there was little or none for drinking In fact it is as netted that during the last week of the voyage the men lived almost entirely 1tn1Spells Always Indicate a weak heart They usually follow palpitation or fluttering shortness of breath Irregular or Intermittent pulse When the heart rous des are ovrworled or exhausted theye relax the Sow of blood to the brain Is Interrupted and unconsciousness follows Should relaxation continue completely for two or three minutes sudden death is the result The surest and best remedy for overworked andIdebilitated hearts Is DR MILESI Heart Cure UMy heart trouble several yean ago with palpitation shortness of begantoover en the street or wherever 1 Iwa tinned to be I was unable to attend to business and dare not venture from home The doctors tailed to help and seeing an advertise ment Dr Miles Cure I Moppetdathhefainti gspells few and doses In a my was orkin all right MMdkburjNV atalltee Write for free advice to Or Mlles Medical Co EI hart Ind l i prumracpt150 The soldiers talk of attackiug the ship aThe regiment proceeded to Zambo anga on the Peking to garrison sever al ports on the Island of Mindanao Franciscoin every respect a seaworthy vessel She had been Inspected by Captain Llyodsboth passedherThen Captain Darneson the marine superintendent of the transport ser thme superintending engineer examined her for the transport service and lastly Captains Bolles and Bulger the in spectors of hulls and boilers examined her for the Government All these gentlemen were satisfied that the Man passedoupon The fact that the ship lived out typhoon that lasted three days is proof positive that she was seaworty said Captain Metcalfe That fact alone would carry conviction to a seafaring man The Manauense had a crew offorty nine all told and was provisioned for a six months cruise In fact the supplies put aboard the vessel cost lover 4000 She left Honolulu on November 5 and the City of Peking InInstructions auense were to go along slowly and wait for the Peking Both vessels reached Manila yesterday and to have done so must averaged ten knots passageTheregeration in the telegraphic accounts of the straights in which the Manau typhoonThetime ofIt in the typhoon as what ves othertransportsencounter with the tail end of one so those on the Manauense should be thankful that the ship still floats and that they are alive to tell the tale The registered owners of the Man auense is David Bruce of London and JohnRosenfeldsered the vessel with a purchasing CaptamnJames Tyson manager for Charles Nelson HJ Hart manager for J I Falk Co and John Rosenfeld fittingtbewas only alter a rigid Inspection that the Manauense was accepted GOOD ROADS J900BdltorsI am greatly In favor of your prop osition as regards gnod roads The present road system I think is altogether behind the time It worked very well several years ago when the travelwas not nearly so much as it is today I think its a good plan to work the roads by taxation and fix up the main thorough fares first tor instance make a turnpike from Hartford to Beaver Dam so the mail can be carried without the lives oi the drives and passengers being in danger Then fix up the road on the north side of Rough River and to Centerlown which are the main roads leading in to the county seat theu tbe other roads as we can get to them I have been exempted from road working for some time but would be willing to pay taxes to have good roads to travel I think if the Fiscal Court would take into consideration the good ol the county they would make the ap propriatlon so as to have better roads paytorAs to running the county in debt fightlorCENTRAL GROVE KY March 9Spring is opening and the farmers are preparing for another crop Rev RW Danks filled his regular Appointment at tbe Central Grove Baptist Church Saturday and Rev L- tV Tichenor preached Sunday at 11 a mMrs Ella Parberry of SL Louis Mo is visiting her sister Mrs D M ParkSunday school has been organized at the Central Grove Baptist Church- to west on tbe first Sunday in April at 2 p ni with Mr L J Iglehart as Superintendent and U S Faught as Assistant Superintendent and Mrs Alice Faugbt Secretary Mrs Bettie Curtis who has been sick for some time Is able to be up againMr John Shoulders of this place went to Greenville last week to attend the burlel of his brother Mr Sam Shoulders who was accidently killed in placeMrboro where he will engage in the Insurance business Master Anla Lee Rowe visited his grandparents Mr and Mrs George Rowe at Centertown last week Elijah Williams 01 Williams Mines visited in this community Sunday Messrs I F Bishop A F Berry wan and H B Blshod who have dayshaveMrs Sallie McConnel is very sick of pneumonia at this writing weddingluMr L B Loney went to Fordsville last week Mr Chester Bishop who accidently cut his foot with an ax several days ago is able to return to school at Beaver Dam Mr and Mrs Stanley Dempsy left a few days ago for Big Sandy Tcnn where Mr Dempsy will accept a po stenogtapby11e cationMr If l Iglenatt is at the bed side of his brother Mr John Iglehart of Smallhouse is very sick More news when the wind stops Best wishes to Tnt REPUBLICAN i ANCUIS IN nERD i jItCHOOLHOUSEK I March so Mr A D Taylor and I wife cl Beaver Dam visited friends and relatives in this vicinity the first of the week wifeters Saturday night Mr EHsha Ransom and family ol Union have moved into Mr Joseph neighbomr Rev Edgar Maddox and wife Ce tertown were the guests of Mr A C Stevens Friday and Saturday Though Sunday was such a rainy day there was a large crowd at the baptising at Prentls Sunday Mr E W Jackson returned horn Sunday night ofMr Altord who has the Jo holes for the telephone l osts between Cromwell and Beaver Dam is getting along nicely with workMrs of near Cromwell Is visiting her daughter Mrs Ransom Miss Delilah Stevens and Mr J seph Allen visited her uncle Mr A C Stevens Sunday Mrs Prue Taylor spent Sunday with Mr S L Stevens and famI PaCarry Sunshine with You jjinspiringhealth as well as a happy heart Many faces that were once overcast with gloom have been made bright and sunny by Hoods Sarsaparilla which cures all dysdeptic symptoms strengthens the nerves and tones u and invigorates the whole system Constipation is cured by Hoods Pills the nonirritating cathartic Sold by all druggists SMALLHOUSE KY Mrs Sam Morton is having chills Mr M D Maddox is in Calboo- assisting Prof Alexanderin his school He will remain three months Mr L P Downs went to Evansville Sunday J Mr P B Taylor went to Evans ville Saturday night with hogs and T cattle Mr James Brown of near Rockprt JPMastersvisited their aunt Mrs P L foWoodMr C D Ross who is at work u with his grandfather Mr Ben Drake of Muhlenburg county visited his home Saturday and Sunday Rev Shugard filled hlpjr gular appointment at Equality Sunday The next Quarterly meeting on this tr circuit will be held at Equality Church the third Saturday and Sunday in MayA Sunday School will begin at Equality the first Sunday in April for Mr H P Addington who was loa la severely hurt at Island Station an account of which appeared in your acct JMral days last week is able to be out laid againMiss Lula Crowfordof Muhlenburg county is visiting Miss Dora Balls Miss Rachel Addington Is still very eon iff ill ed Mr Joe Dexter has to Illinois ol CoMiraweek with Miss Olive Maddox Success to TUB REru f0WILLIE of While at court do not forget to call and pay your subscription The lavor will be very greatly appreciated DillJer S SIgnalS Do you take cold with every change In the weather Does your throat feel raw And do sharp pains dart through your 1Dont 1toconsumption Itself If you are ailing and have lost flesh lately they are certainly danger signals The question for you to decide Is Have I the vitality to throw InDontEMULSION as a last re sort There Is no remedy to It for the WIsystem Scotts Emulsionprevents consumption and Ing hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood bltheInflamed throats and lungs ing for colds bronchitis and con sumption It Is a food med of cine of remarkable power A food because It nourishes the body I and a medicine be cause It corrects diseased conditions sac and too til drujitat SCOTT 4 BOWNE Chtmbu Nw Yale I J I 1 Found aGoldMme r IT WAS IN HIS POOL= TRY YARD 1fIOfJinNeallbllrna 1117 nonblesbeUan MegPeople in the neighborhood Ores ton Iowa are amazed at the number of eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was the cause statednwas uting that kept his hens in good condition and furnished them with the proper stimulus to egg prednclion American Poultry Mixturn is the name I manelayingbThis mixture is guaranteed to increase the production of eggs 100 per cent or- t money refunded It will do more than three times as much as tbesameamounttof any other trated in form and the result of years poultryIas to what it will do and you are invited to try it at the expense of the company Seed 81 for a sample pack+ age and if it doesnt do the work ybfO your money buck This is fair ale made to induce practical poultxyry eurevetiversre inchsroe directly on the craw and gizzard preparetevery package or refund purchase sellacsseorderdirectP i r Terre Haute Ind 1 OHIO COUNTY COURT REG ULAR TERM MARCH + 5th 1900 At a regular terra ol the Ohio County Court be Ran and hell for mid count In the court hone littlernJ W Wilson et al I lor- Ordr and Judgment rA local option election la the town of IlMlne Ohio county Ky J W Wilson Steve Kendall W park lames W Raley Eo reach rwPeach Alonto Craig J II Allen n C Stewart J Bryant U A Splnki J II hart Cha II Tally Thomnn P Corky James C IlallJn Aihford n T Bryant John Johnston M M LI keno J M Allen W F Malden L Vandlrer O Maiden Joe McDanlel end J P Hunter Dar by order of the Ohio County Conrt at Ita last gular February 1MO term Bled their written petition aimed by each and all of them praying r- r a tonal option election In the town of Itoelne on the Tin day or April WOO which wa and adjndged to be signed by a number more then rIalll to twentyOre per coat of the citizen rent dentaot and legal and qualified rotes In paid town qaallOed to vole for meaty offlcera of Ohio county Ky voting at the met general election held In and tar said too and boring deposited with the Hon Jamen P MlUerthe regular elected qualified and acting County Judge of Ohio coon Ky a cam of money enfflclent to pay for printing or pouting adrertkiemente of said elec non and to pay the hr of the Clerk for making entries In order hook ea evidenced by receipt to their attorney E P Seal from said Judge la word and figure aelolloxr nrrrlreil March 51500of E P Seal attorney J W Wilson and other In tees of J Vf WIN and others petition for local option election t the town of ItMlnefUOO for the paipoeot PgrtoRetpenseeosaid election and an Itemized a to be rendered to said Atty and whatever be left over and above geld election shell he to K P Teal and whaterer the amount named may lack of paying said expenM E P Neat agree and binds himself to pay j P MILLII j 00 c h r Neat 1 It ii therefore ordered and adjudged by the mart It being nfflclently advised that HTBtev the regular elected qnallfled and acting Sher of Ohio county Ky be and he is hereby order and directed to open a poll at the TOtlng place Itonlne precinct In the town of lloalne Ohio unty Kentucky on rSaturdajr the nth day of AprII1000talakelheeeaseottheleRelgaellaedrotesquallaed wn betlior not nplritnonirlnon and malt shall be soul In old town and whether or- t the law prohibiting the pale barter and loan and trains In inch liquors In laid town shell become InoperatlreT The Clerk of this Court U directed to prepare poll boob and ballots for aid election lilt directed bylaw The Sheriff will adrertlra said election ea required by law A ropy J P MiLtIB J O C a Attest M RnaaeasaC0CC Pnnnant to the above order I 8 T HteTeni O C will noose a poll to be opened and an election to be held In the town of Roelne Ky on April the 7th IMO for the purpose of taking the once of the legal voters of said town ne to whether oraotepldtnoaarlaoneendmeltllgamlfhall be 5r aeerexeO C r Ai g tU Cumberland and Tel egraph Company iNconroiuTKiM Operating exchanges and toll lines Kentucky Indiana Illinois Mike isslppi Louisiana and Tennessee and connected by its Long Durance line all princIpal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing can exchange to secure subscribers in Hartford Beaver Dam Render MaiHenry Centertown and the surround country tY 11rThey wish to make their rvi compreheutivo and valuable pow taJ mako ipeciallpoffura service to parties divinginnthe ountry within a reasonable distaneo tbeeicbange Rates and rtlier information may W obtained at tie exchange over Will iams Drug otore f i Hartford K U x I l- Ir i yp iii iiIII Tho Kind You Have Always Bought antI vrlifcli Ims bccu in use for over 30 years Juts borno the signature of anti has been niailo his per supervision since its no ono to deceive In tills AU Counterfeits Imitations nmlJtist asgoodaro mit Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho of Infants null Children Experience against Experiment j What is CASTORIA Cnstorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregone Drops mid Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrlshncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nud Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural slcap Tho Childrens Panacea Tho mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In use For Over 30 Years TNt CtNIUR COPNV 7t UUAV sTatty NIW YO CITY It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Caffi Car 25 cents for a half Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you can cnloy as much freedom and ease as you please If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with its arm chairs and couch The ladies will delight in the splendid ladies lounging room with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adJoining You can have your meals In this car lit any hour you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long as you please to eat It and you will only have to pay for what you order The Cotton fleltti tht dliwt line toTeiai Its trains ran thronsh from Cairo and Memphis toTriu Ithout chsnge Direct connections ore made at lit junction for all pan ef Teias Intllim Territory Oklahoma and the For Vtt Write anti tell us wliere you lire going and when you will leave and we will tell you wUt yourtkket v III cost which train to take to make tljj Iettlne aid- I com tlons and will send you an lntretlne little iKjoklet M Id nus i foil UCUlStCn1 tuft aid ILL Alt fAlcOWIItlTPillrAL BT LOUIS MO IS ColnotU Isllflil lOUSlfllf VT EieJid CJl11DI = c =oz =C== =Q- TRANSFEli LINE=c=W== c== rc1 A I ==Av== IA- E3ARTFOBD ir-A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE L VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED tTHE RATE O- F4wi A WEEKFor the OLDEST and I1UST AF TCRN ON Newspaper In the South The Louisville I Evening Post 1 rigeadhIyComgkteAll the Abstracts of the Opinions ol the Court of Appeals All the Washington and Frankfort News EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN i RvenlnzIost I Rates Arc 100 for Three HSO for 51s 1IontlIIJOO for One V JI2 coplea Send postal cud for sample copies Are You J InterestedI In the news of the day If BO you want to know the latest happenings and feel that the trews Is authenticIThe Louisville Dispatch I Prints all the news wit ollt any partisan coloring and is the leading paper ol Kentucky Agents Wanted Everywhero Par both Daiv and Weekly Siiipie copDi free Addes Louisville Despatch I IOV1HVU1VHY L uiulcr sonal infancy Allow you health ago AT The i 1 W O6 Il Ke The leadln Specialists cl America 4 20 YEARS III OHIO 250000 CURED WE CURE EMISSIONS NoE i Iii m I ein rllzIng tu- rouoiui 2Ii444iIi4fld Itch than tkocsnoo IIIPI IIiIIIIl1P loe they a VrOluo ui kne lJrriilDhe a ellull rof tiiitifl ill 11 l tirHmplolt l d warrlIf1lifwhttliT c iiiwd liy evil ImUm In youth naturit wi n liner or rcsunl cc r our New Mcthuil Ureatuivnt will ivilUvcly 3UICURENO PAY 1 rlrnluoorIIorKixuro may haTe dlctaso oii oii Ceo W t Cif till rurol OurNei Method nlllcu0MU QUlUfl t0 ti- k2EOOO CURED I feubloiond utkeii r wrtiiledtc iloothnsi- Inn ant dltvncatt eounttrnanco leCaI 9 tbo hightcfuurcaiY- tenccWCURER1COCELE Jfo iuntlr liniv icriou your cam may In cr lunf hr jv 4 tno nufp It OUT Mitt MtWitt UlEATMliNT nilli euro it The veins return I their normal condition end licnce II I peiual nrfitiui rccclvo nouriih tcent orpins become vilillud all uonnturr1 drains or lis ri tense nml tempoIbenontthut rLoN No1IIYt O lIETEN nON CURES GUARANTEED We treot eel euro HVluIlIlA- Iiauirr 1IstOXr4 BIlI1BSC- HrItlCllJth Ii mitAlllOCIL ND Eli direases CONt4ULTATION iltItE IlOO1R JUI IIAIdOltS MOOKflATK If iinulile In rail writ for a IUI 11LASK for HOME VRUAYMUMV DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINKATI O t 0 mindlestrthgatrlpiothepacdrirsppah sprite be 1AUNX JtECOIiD IJnIUmor MVt of demagogues Poynlz Youth and Fulton Without a word from lit opposite party these contemptible tel lows decided that the other greal rJ and the legislature had erred 0ying out 46 counties and tba ty of Louisville Johnson maHSSoS nlMcoffin courtiea e IIOU It 1i A tt Tbis they did anl hey uk the man c D Va TheTHE INKSTAND BATTCUh at a W Foes We am making smokeless powder And big bomb to throw n mile That will blow the toe to chowder In the trne dynamic style Weve a whirling ran yon start It Anil the myriad bullets Hy And a hundred mm n minute toll their stony eyes and die tat ni stop this wild death revel Miirtin Luther no tl nald Threw his Inkstand fit the drill Ami the black lend turned and Sect Smite your worldwrong dont combat It With nfnullladeof lend Hliaply throw yoar Inkittand at It Come tomorrow It U dead When the worM upon the brink stand Ol KOIIIO crUln steep and drench IIke brave soldiers wise yonr Inkntand Hurl them at the devHx head Ionryoar Inkpot In n torrent Till the Htrunallng demon sink Till the vtraKKllnff lend abhorrent Drown In throne ot blark Ink For the nina whos born n lighter For the brain thats learned to think There dynamite and ohio Inn bottle of litnik luk Though It mnkeH no weeping nations And It ImveH no gaping scar Placed ne itb errors strong foundations It may blow them to the star r INTERESTING THOUGHTS On the Lowly Islands of th- SoasA Few Features- of the Samoan Isles Tutuila Is In many respects thi most beautiful of the Samoan isles though casual visitors often corn away without that impression owin to the frequent almost continnou rains in the neighborhood of Pago Pago Bay which have a tendency t curtail excursions It lies thirty eight miles from Upolu and is th third of the Samoan Islands in size be ing seventeen miles long five mile wide and sixty miles in circumference It outline is bold and picturesque ant presents striking evidence of volcanii origin The island is almost cut it twain by the waters of PagoPago Bay and the entire eastern portion nearly twothirds of its area is a chain o wellwooded mountains with at average height of 1000 feet dlversl fied by massive cones of uplifted lava intersected by valleys and ravines and olten extending almost to the sea Except for the cocoanuts upon thi shoreline this portion of Tutuila cat have little or no commercial value The western portion however though it has the same volcanic ap pearance has greater width ol area broader valleys and higher mountains Of the latter Mataiu is the most loltj peak with a height of 2 350 feet abovi the Eea level Prom it one descend southward to an undulating plain o considerable fertility some 25000 acres In extent This tract is for tht most pat forest land broken by oc casional waterways and the soil ii comparatively rich producing most of the fruits and vegetable indigenous to the group Beyond this to the westward mountains again prevail though the country about Leone in the extreme southwest is the richest and most populated section of the island In Leone Bay also there Is fair anchorage and in the settlement around it several traders of Apia have agencies The total superficial aea of the island is 240 square miles in habited by about 3000 people The entrance to PagoPago Bay be teen Breaker Point on the east and Tower Rock on the west is three uarters of a mile in width with soundings of thirty six fathoms Within it a mile and a half from Tower Rock and connected with the west hank by a coral reef is Goat Is land two acres in extent and this marks the entrance to the inner bay The latter is surrounded by lofty hills which netrallze the Influences of the tradewinds and render it se cure from burrlcans At various points along the narrow shore are na tlve villages and cocoanut groves and low down on the hillsides bread fruit bananas oranges taro and yams grow in sufficient quantity to provide for the scanty population Fish Is fairly abundant in the bay and a suf ficiency of fresh water is usually found in the small rivulets at the mouth of the mountain ravines Off the southeastern coast of Tutuila and separated therefrom by a deep channel lies the small island of Annu This has an atea ol about ten quart miles anti a population of between two and three hundred and it is chiefly temarkable for the alleged immunity of its inhabitants from the scourge ol elephantiasis to which the natives of the other Samoan islands are more or less subject Thanks to their Isolated position and to the unsophisticated character of their people the iland of Manna group may claim to be almost un known to theout woild Of the three islands Manua or Tau as it is some times called is the largest having nn area of about too square mile Dies aga tour miles distant to the northwest is credited with twenty four square miles Ofu has barely ten All are ol volcanic origin anti mountnip ous but the soil isotich that each appears clothed with vegetitlun to the highest summit U3n Matui grows the largest co II 1 I My Home In tho Countr The following nrtlrle VIM delivered b Ilralan llarurtt who In In her nib your L College Hall January Mthaa her Seat e public llr prrmliolon we give this beautiful tot I ration to the public L My home is on a farm of three hun dred and eighteen acres of which a I great deal is yet In woodland It is I three and ahalf rallea from Hartford and one mile south of the Livermore i road The house is a two tory dwelling S built in the shape of an L io front facing the west There are we never l118 hall one closet one tor and incur a large doctor bllioi Chamberlains Cough Remedy never tails to cure It is certainly a medi cine of great merit and worthD Mearkle General Merchant and Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro a Whore Lafayette Is Burled We visited the Convent du Sacre Coeur in the Rue de Plcpus where Ulayette is burled writes Edith from Paris to the March Ladles Home Journal Here birds of passage like mrselves seldom come At the end of a rose grown garden is a little cern etery where bearers ol some of the oldest names in France lie burled Now only descendants of those who iied on the guillotine die eligible to a grave there and in one corner in the shadow of the greit wall are the graves of Lafayette and his wife Be yond the first cemetery is a second where the bodies of thirteen hundred aristocratic victims ol the Revolution were burledIp Do You Need An Electric Bolt r 3 For the past ten years Dr J New ton Hathaway who is recognlged at the greatest of alt our specialists has been perfecting an electric belt suitable to use in his practice one which e he could furnish aa a part of his sys tern ot treatment and which he could C conscientiously guarantee He now announces that he has perfected such onlyssome of great power and with new o attachments which make it suitable for every case He is prepared to fur nish this belt to all patients who need itandwbonpply to him for treatment at a merely nominal charge Write s to Dr Hathaway today telling alt about your case and he will write you about the belt and ifyou desire the InspectlonI 309 Church St Nashville Tenn My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She was attended by two physicians who I at last pronounced her case hopeless She procured one 25 cent bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cbolera and Di arrhoea Uemedv and five doses gave her permanent relief I tike pleasure in recommending it as the best on the t market Mrs F E Watson Aiken I Ala Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bio m p CASTORIAFor I The Kind You Have Always Bought t I Bears the I Signature of I I a WANTED Several persons for District Office I Managers in this State to represent me In their own and surroundlngcountles Willing to pay yearly 600 payable weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities References ex changed Enclose addressed stamped envelope S A Park 320 Caxton Building Chicago 19 i6t Trust those Who Have Tried I suffered from catarrh ot the worst kind and never hoped lot cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to do even thatOscarOstrom 45 Warren Ave Chicago III I suffered from catarrh it got so bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely wellA C Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave Boston MassThe Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York p It will be difficult this year to con vince the voters that there is urgent need of a change when all ol them have employment at good wages and the people are contented and happy A blind man ought to be able to see thatCleveland Leader Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble I Kidney trouble the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vleor I one In are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys lIthe child urinates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted withI bedwetting depend upon It the cause of I the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment ofI unpleasanttrouble c kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists fifty cent and dollar aIfree also pamphlet tell jdisappearneys has prevalentthat Rom of Wfmt1Ioot I Ing all about II Including many of the j thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and- menllon this paper I 1 And Is It not due to ne exhaustion Things al look so much brind4rcsto him ih iiUuHtay hao conOned his practice almost evluslvely to discac of mOD that lima he hiM restored more men to neallii vlKor iKcfulncu Suit liapplnou than omblnfdIbyhimselfrolioalngIn11Jrsi urInate comptuntsVlcera Sores 1Iwacet flrtrhtslieasennd ct Kidney Troubles Ills treatment for under toned men restore lost vitality and makes the patient a tronc well vironnij man Ir llathawav success la the treatment ot Varlcocelf ant Stricture without the aid ot knife or eautery Is phenomenal The patient Is treat ed by this own without pain poslUrelylheIIII0D Ur hathaway rails the lartieul3r attea lion of luReren from arliwclo and Stricture to paces IT 28 23 3 and 31 of his new book spccLauytrtstedbyhlmarepreparedfrom oversightDrlion or attire either at his office or by math and when a ease Is taken the one low tee coven all cot of medicines and services poesihim one Interview but this essential hasdngt inuatecured scores of patients see lions of the world whom he has never seen Ills System of Home Treatment Is so perfected that ha can briar about a cure as surely and speedily though the patient called daily at his once J NEWTON HATHAWAY MD Dr Ilnthawar A Co309 Church Stwe N hvltle TrnnM- EMTIOV TillS fAFKH W1IKV WIIITIMO TIME TO BE A REPUBLICAN SuggestIParty of Progress That tireless wanderer William Jennings Bryan while recently en route to the enemys country stopped off at Cincinnati and made a few of those passing observations which four years reiteration have not rendered unserviceable to him even if they are somewhat hackneyed and out of place Among other things he remarked that the time had come when no farmer or aborer couldafford to be a Republican and he proceeded to talk 1896 calamity unmindful of the fact that he was in the midst of 1990 prosperity What is there in this year of grace which would induce the reasonable larmer or laborer to abandon the Republican party for anything in the na ture of reform or improvement repre sented by Mr Bryan What dreadful conditions exist now which warrant the thoughtful farmer or laborer In at taching himself to Mr Bryans cause when be could not see his way clear to do it in 1896 1 If in the midst of the hard times of lour years ago which Mr Bryan pictured so graphically and demagogically the fairminded farmer and laborer could aflord to relt nuln a Republican what dirtful Co lam tv has fallen upon us which renders it impossible for that farmer or laborer to continue loyal to that party In spite distressing conditions in some parts ol the country and notwithstanding Mr Bryans miserable appeals to forsake order good government and national honestythe Amer- Ican people in 1896 were true to them selves and Brynnlsm was repudiated for all time The people spoke and the effect was noticeable almost imnie dlately Public feeling was at once raised from the low State into which it had been plunged by the demoral- Izing utterances of the cheap fellow set up as a leader and with the ap proval of honest policies by the Amer- Ican electorate the people emerged front the darkness into which the vicious element of Democracy was leading them From that time the country has ad vancetl morally intellectually and materially Our good name before the world was preserved our appre elation of the sanctity of obligations national and private was applauded our determination to maintain the dignity ol the law and its tribunals raised us in the estimation of men everywhere and with the mlschlev ous Bryan doctrines rejected and the era of unrest placed behind us the people were free to take up confident ly the work which a promising future offeredThe results are history Better times set in and there was a revival in in dustry on every hand The idle found work Mills and factories were reo opened Wages were raised The demand for manufactured products in proI all the country there has been an era of peace and plenty such as has not been recorded since the time when Grover Cleveland was elected PiesU dent in 1892 The farmers wee among the first to be bentfued by the changtd conditions and since that bletttd day in November which witresed the downfall of the new Oem ctttcy lId its Chicago platform the t mitrs have had subsUntUl prosperity pall if their in grea er Mr nlortgaltdrRndlived all these facts now side there is abundance If the supremacy of the Republican party biings ll these blessings then that pirty is goodd enough for anybody And ofY this being a time when no fanner or laborer can aft ld to he a RepuiSlc it isII llme 7hen he cannot nfT Ill In be aihliig ile Seattle Vah L Post Intelligencer O mid was in pi- afternoon a14 ing across thcS C aipus saw four girl sitting on this ledge talking and laughing and eating bananas and cakes and enjoying themselves Suddenly there was a shriek The men saw one girl slip and plunge head long over the ledge The other girls with terrified faces rushed to the nearest windows The men ran to ward the body of the unfortunate girl It struck heavily and lay perfectly still With horror and pity they lilted the limp form It was a second or two before they realized that the tumbled clothes were but fastened to an old stufied megaphone befon they saw the laughing faces at every window Then they put the dejected diessed up megaphone down roughly pulled their hats over their eyes and went away peal alter peal oflaughtet going after them Agreeably Surprised Five hundred wage earners in one of the large mills at Patcrson N J were agreeably surprised last week when pay day came Instead ol one envelope they received two In one envelope was the surprise in the shape of the usual pay and a 5 per cent in crease in the other the explanation This was simply that the compan now finds itself able to keep its prom ise of sharing any prosperity which might come to It with Its workers that trade had improved and a 5 percent advance was made possible The advance of which there had beer no intimation whatever caused much rejoicingIt that the Barbour Flax Spinning Company which employs several thousand bands will take similar action the advance of 5 per cent having been agreed upon by the two cam panics Episodes like these bringing jay to the hearts ot many thousands dependent upon the wages paid are characteristic of the period of McKinley md Prosperity They furnish an agreeable and very instructive con tracts to the condition of th nja which existed during that never to be for gotten time when the country was ex periencing the fruits ol Cleveland and Trnff Reform Wage earners in those days sometimes got two en velopes instead of one but the second envelope always contained an unpleasant surprise in the shape of a notice that in view ol the existing depres son it has been found necessary to reduce wages To find employers of labor volunta rily admitting their employes to a share In their profits anti their prosperity is doubly pleasant and gratify- Ing for it conclusively proves what has been so insistently disputed by Pree Traders that Protection operates alike to the advantage of wage payer andwage earner American Kconos mistAn electric corset has been recently patented says a wicked exchange It is constructed in such a manner that when a fellow slips his arm around his best girl he presses a but ton This loosenp a spring in the corset throwA saw dust In his hair and kicks him out the door where an India rubber bulldog stands ready to care him into fi- tsHeadacheIt often a warning that the liver Is torpid or Inactive More serious promptiefficientliver troubles ta- keEi7ootls I Pills I While they rouse the liver restore full regular action of tho bowels they do not gripe or pain do not orlnnsbutat all flCNasal CATARRH In all Its stages there should be cleanlIness Elys Cream Dallf1- clelDHloothelind hew thl diseased membrane II cures c Uah and drive away a cold la the head quickly Cream mupi- cm clloto UtI uremia tprtaU uf the membrane and U absorbed hteiifistm t thnotlists or by mall I Trial Size 10 cents by mallseKLT BRO IIKOS M Warren Street Nsw York tl U UDid You Know If 3 b reThatry to the Troy Steam Laundry that ou would alwnyl look neat and clean if thavac Lyman Williams Aontw ofLiuirySingerffice L iiiJFs I a A time means more tim unsightly pimples a remain the suocu unable to withstand the prevalent during spring ann Seco aviya I waa afflicted for ssloi were very annoying aa they dltUX After using remedies 10 and thoroughly cleansed ray blood u a good complexion which I never had be Te- I Several bolla anti carbuncles great pain and annoyance M a riotous nothln any good Six bottles of 8 8 B and my blood has been perf- ectlySSSFORT paj the best blood remedy because U and U the only ono that is absolutely free from fotiu promptly purifies the blood and thoroughly cleausca tK I the general health and strength It cures Scrofula Ecze4 turn Tetter Dolls Sores etc by going direct to tho cntf forcing out all Impure blood Books treo to any aby the Swift SpocUlo Co i I AM B8 YEARS OLD ud nemos llnlhoneyJit ir In Ttpasweuascoujhseadroida IIOM weak I ones itIeo1rL M A JilKca1It VtOo txKjr Tile Time Coma to every elderly woman when an im placeThischangeDreadfulconsumption are often contracted at McELREES Wine Cartful strengthens and purifies the entire system and sufferer safely over these Its effects have been wonderful It ia good for all menstrual troubles but Is especially recommended at this your druggist for tho famous Wine of Cardul 9roo a bottle speelaldirectionvisory Department Tho Chatta ChattanoogaTenn J COOPER Tupelo MissITIIOKAS sister suffer d rum Irregular and truUoa nd not curedherIChinnolUfa IOfiUMaDd DROPSY Dunlapn 1117 habits al home with pain Book of tar scot fM WOOLLLY co Asim b yjIM IM Nerlli PFYnPII CURED wish rtittablrKemedlni Have cured many thousand case called hoI M Inteldays alluilwotblKl ut all symptoms reraor freeDLrand Introduction Sale f StandardMade Watches For the pnrpomt it Introducing ourwlvw KrDtnilty liuyrni nnd securing their future trade wo wIll until formal public iintlra of withdrawal finot the following uMtnandlnRly low print on tkXTlrbrntrd Kiihyadold Illlnl HtmiWInd nml HiitfnuM HttiMl with the faiumi Klidn and Wnl hum ilovtinitnta nil of worldwide npntatlon for ijuillty und dnrnlilllty IIlyl Jewels k Print k Trim Open nre110 f Leoii llii isirlliintlnKCnuelintitlngtee1510 155311 1511- 0lmllfi1 lluntlimCniHiT 10 107114 1IM 1357MilkerIlk 31 year i movrmenti T Jewel 10 years It idlsrthe sinerrityof our pnrpone to tusks you n wr ohharntWbnpny the eiprena flaunt tbeprlronnndrrr died above and the ripreas charge If the watch not satisfactory you nn nbnolntrly free of ex poniie lant that fair the ImpreM you as- einghoneetaend the cash your order Ina per rent dlneonnt and we will tend the watch Mistpald and agree to return your money Intact sligbttatch tl very low prlraa lrnt Ret our Cat Hlogaeof leneral llenhandlM your hands win yonr confidence and your permanent trade we ran do that It followe that we shall receive e trade of your neighbor also and our object la opputtty eare anilona to throw apron for the sake Imooilnct lnown In your comidanlty Our ndsaw Cataloa e will be sent tree postal rlord qu 34st f7tbIOIrjr 4 S NILE i hiii a Ring out the old RIIIr In the new Eiajj out the falit Kins la the true We bring to you the new and true from UN piney forests of NorwaySDR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural rrfeJy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs coUs and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough wom Lung are exhJb raW the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the InTlamcd membranes are healed and soothed so that therr Is no Indlnatlon to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Dottli Only 25o GOo and 100 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET i Dr lolls PlniTirNoniy LYO1 ILAXATIVE SYRUPIUATURCO CONSTlATIOH Is made from t lc c t extracts cf Vegetables nJ f c uins no In- Jurious dniRS auj f best pr s rlption that c n 1 iII nttndi frthe cure of consti i I Biliounss- nuSick Headache J ies ori t Jispel ColJs and r vca It drives Jmakcsi I nr4 I yourldruggist rcn CAC DT PA R HFfHOW A CO llnndrr llrt- JII It llnillIAMNInA N I A KAIIII di 45 1IuordnIWIIIIAMN sisAl co JOHN X TAYLOR Our ice returned If we UIL Any one Mndinr sketch and description of any Invention will coumfalDthelatent tent request Patents secured through uiadvcrtied for sale at our expense peioIan and widely circulated rScodlttcot Attorney i Evans Bulldlnr WASHINGTON D Co r Illinois Central RailroadBent and Mont Popular Route to Memphis New Orleans fIHJLAxSAIeIAIIIOIINI t- Ina Lighted Vntlbnlnt train with Cu nllnloll11mphlond C leave IioaUvllle every 1 hgrndny nt through to California via New Mouth Iaclfln not Route from Loulivlllo to San Irncicl tlonatrly low r4te to Intern ThoTruo WIy- OalUornla 4 ColdWj For partlcnlo AgrntAlso HomeKoekeradin eating Information tory It will bo mm and third Tneeday tickets are sold to- point at Special Lo1 wntoo days too over arrangements A H Ht CKC I WAKB