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CEJUUPS SOUS Uox KAUwUas L THE HAETEOED REPUBLICAN I A WHOLE VILLAGE Attacked by Grin One Family Es I capes by Using Peruna WIXOHA STAnK Co IJCD During the winter 1 and my tarn ily of six were taken with Ia grippe The disease waa very prevalent at that time in the village where I resided nearly everyone being sick with it Our doctors treated its beat they could but were very unsuccessful the treat kent of it Ai soon as my family werA taken sick 1 went to tho drugstore and bought six bottles of Pernna and ws all took it according to the directions given on tho bottle and although our cue scorned to be more than usually Violent in tho outset yet our recovery vras prompt and we were all well much bythelagrippedarIngsick so short a time U myself and family After we were all well we hid ooo bottle of Peruna left C TllatfteldISend for a free copy of byDrattracted wide attention and has been reported in leading papers Address Dr Uartman Columbus Ohio To Correct BashfulnessI Think Not of Yoursolf but of What You Aro Doing I The bashlul young girl must stop thinking about herself writes Mar garet E Sangeter in the April Ladles Home Journal I heard the otber day of a man a college student who went to visit his sister a college stu dent also lie was the one nan as it happened in the diningrOm with five hundred girls and he nad occxs ion to cross the room with their bright eyes beaming on him with curiosity and interest Said my informant The boy was completely at his ease You would have thought his sister the only girl present Evidently the young mans mother had brought him up in a sensible way and be was free from that bane of comfort sell con sciousness It is hard for a very diffi dent person to be free from awkwardness and very ncutedlstress and much humiliation may be the results 01 an extreme shyness Try not to think bow you look what impression you are making what sort ol a gown you have on Do not let your mind dwell on yourself but think of what you are todo andol making others pleased and happy Once you are tree from self consciousness bashfulness will trouble you no m- oreCASTORIAPor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Basra the- Signature of I So Bryan carried Chlcopee by 196 votesl How eagerly be picks up the I crumbs that fall from the Republican tablet Worcester Mass Spy I Ladles For reliet of women Ches ters Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Mailed on receipt of price fl MORDOCK CURE Co Atlanta Ga OA 10nXABoRitbiilijit You Hut Alwin Boight Blgutu d+or flPWMSI aniWklskty ItatttV cured at horns without pain Book of par TREEDRauM 14 North Prror III Illinois Central Railroad lint mind Mot Popular Route to I Memphis New OrleansANn AM POINTN IN nnANHTXMlIItXICU AND UAMKOltMA Ins ItKhtedVntlbnlnl Train with Cafe Can Pullman Mfepera ansI Free ItcxllnlnK UhalrCanto Memphis and New Orleann Pullman Tourist Car lenrra eriry Thunder night and runs through to California via New Orleans unit 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Patent taken out through us receive peeati- oUeewithoutchsrge in Tua YATN RKCO an illustrated widely circulated journal consulted by Manufacturers and Inventors Send for Mm pie copy FREC Address VICTOR J EVANS A CO Pak t Attorneys seams Bulldlnc WASHINGTON O C VERACE CATANONONES Bolow Is a Good Lottor From Ira Ragland who Is In tho Far Away Philippi nos Jtnnary agth igoo Dear MotherYour very kind let ter just received and you may know I was glad to hear from you as it had teen so long in fact it is the first let ter I have received from you since I landedon the Island WellmotberI know you are anxl ons to know where I am and what I am doing so I will begin by trying 10I give yon some idea as to my presentJ surroundings or rather from we arrived We anchored in Manila harbor Dec 22 and on Dec 25 1899 the first battalion ol the 47th U S V left the ship and went to San Pedro Macati and there wr had a great deal of outpost to do Had to go on guard about every other night for three weeks and tbeu Co C of the 47th U S V left San Pedro Macati and went to guard Soup Ridgeon the nth day of January 1900 and staid there three days and tben left for San Pedro Macati on the i4tJscf Y On the l6th of January 1900 the 47th U S V went aboard the trans port Hancock at Manila PI and on the i8th the Hancock sailed lor the Southern end of the island and on the 22d day Co C was put on a Spanish ship and ail the first battalion except ing our company were landed on the island at some town and the place surrounded without any trouble and the other company I dont know where they were stationed but I well remember where the second battalion and Co C were stationed We were stationed in a town where we bad to fight This was the 23d day ol January We anchored there early that morning and the gunboat Nashville was with us and about 10 oclock we got Into the skiffs and the second bat talllon boys came over where we were and it began raining and gave us a good soaking When we started ashore the Nashville fired into them and they began to bamboose out of the trenches and fired an opening for us and as we suited ashore the skiQ that we were in and another got so close together that they could not pull us fast and the boys began to yell1nl1 up faster for the balls then began to whiz over our heads and the skiff did not more than strike the shore until we were all out of it and formed a skirmish and lay down on the beach While I was lying there an immense wave rolled over me and tben I had to crawl up a little further and a ball whizzed over my head which made me feel like I was sure between th- edl and the deep blue sea Then Co C started on the charge so we were the first company to charge We all jumped over the trenches and the battleship was throwing shots and shells into them and we kept going on until we got into town and then we shot them down just as fast as we could and In about three hours there wasnt anyone there but us and the dead and wounded The enemys loss was gleat about one hundred killed and wounded there were lots of them that we could not find and we also went across the river to another town and ran them on into the volcano It was an old volcano about two hundred leet high and then Co C came back and left them so Co C was the lead- Ing company and has the best record of any in the regiment The boys all complimented Captain Oscar Bishop He did not stay behind and tell us to go on but he went in front and said Come on and when we had ceased firing he bad captured a horse and mounted him and called Attention to orders and bad some Spanishorders and said he could not read them Some one yelled Three cheers for Captain Bishop and we proceeded to give hint many cheers and then went across the other town andabout all of the boys got some kind of a relic While Ed Jones and I were carrying up the dead and wounded I turned one fellow over and took his Boloand a bag of ammunition and swung it around me and went on car ring them We took the wounded one place and the drad another When we got through we went to our com pany end went aboard the ship and staid all night leaving the next morn- Ing and that evening we arrived at Verace expecting another fight but they surrendered without any trouble We have a very nice place now We have good Barracks to stay in and dont think we will have any more trouble Two of the second battalion boys were wounded One was a first Sergeant and the other was a Captain Well mother I can not write more this time as I have already taken up all my time Hoping to bear from you real soon and with much love to all I am as ever yours affectionately IRA RAGLAND eo a Coughed 25 yearsI suffered lor 25 yeas with a cough and spent hun dreds of dollars with doctors and for medicines to no avail until I used Dr Bells Pine TarHoney This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my lifeJ B Resell Grants burg III m rrrsiowi PRicELfSSJEWfh WILL6M eVRtT1In6To I Health it a price Everybody Yet the who goldbyand lock their dia monds in a steel vault make not the least effort to pro theydeclare less Some day find the jewel ii- gone stolen Disease and they are willing to give everything to get it Tile quickest and surest way to the ofthatPierces Golden Medical Discovery Dis eases which originate the stomach AhotheadliverMedical Discovery for the blood atom nulrltlon hitherto incurable ailments The mot convincing argument for a trial of the Golden Medical Discovery is that it givenby up There is no alcohol cocaine opium or other narcotic in Golden Medical Discovery aknowledreto StLezingion j fever and ague one year before taking your edldnes and mil prtmontued incurable a ery bad floioft arms and 1IadI would ache I Ish numb I thought I was dying I had alto a bad case of womb trouble ro which I tuBered treat pain Had It not been for Or Fierce medicines I know I would have been In grave I hive taken three bottle of etch of your medicines For stomach bowels and liver when disordered use Dr Pierces Plerfsant Pellets Resolutlonsof Rospoct Cromwell Lodge P A M No 692 Whereas It has the Al 011tbll1899 our beloved brother E T Miller therefore be it Resolved That Cromwell Lodge No 692 has lost in the death ol brother Miller an honored member a zealous and faithful worker one every teady I to give his time means and ability I for the cause of a faithful brother or for the good of the order be it further Resolved That the community has lost a good citizen the family a faithful and devoted brother and obedient son Therefore be it Resolved That a copy oi these res olutions be sent to the county papers for publication one to the family of the deceased brother and one filed in the archives of this lodge and the brethren wear the usual badge of mournlngJor thirty days N C DANIEL ComRJ X TAYLOR J Cromwell Lodge F A M No 692 Whereas It has pleased God in his infinite wisdom to call our brother W N Martin from the cares ofthii life to a celestial life of endless dura lion therefore be it Resolved Thai ve recognize in him a man itqd Mason pf noble standing and an affectionate husband and father that we extend our sympathy to the bereaved family and In the death of brother Martin the lodge has lost a good member the community a good citizen and the county a good advisorResolved That the craft wear the usual badge of mourning for 30 days and the lodge be draped in mourning Resolved That these resolutions be published in the county papers and a copy be sent to the widow and one be kept in the archives ol the lodge 1SComR P NALL J X TAYLOR J Herald and Gleaner please copy II The American Economist says the South needs a new economic PQlIcy to accord with its new industrial condi tions Paris Ark Journal Out in Kansas lives a happy wireShe writes I have used Mother Friend before two confinements The last time I hid twins and was In labor only I few min utes Suffered little The reason whyMothers Friend does expectant mothers so much rood Is because It Is In external liniment to be- much applied upon the outside where of the strain comes It helps be cause the pores of the skin readily absorb It and It comes Into direct contact with end Is absorbed the Involved Morning sickness Is quickly banished and nervousness is kept completely away The sense of dread and Is not experienced even during labor itself Confinement Is short and almost without pain Recovery is quick and sure Best of all Mothers Friend benefits the unborn Just as much as the expectant mother and when the little one comes will be strong lusty and healthy Druggist sell Mothers Friend for II a bottls Send for subjectSnely TUB BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA BIROK PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Interesting Lottor From Capt Oscar Bishop to His Father January 25th 1900 Dear Father When I left home I tielleve I said I would telegraph you alter my first engagement but I had no idea I would be 25 miles from a chance to send a telegram totbe office The newspapers may or may not tell you that I with So of my men helped to tike the town ol Lagaspie and that I was in command 61 the ibices which took Alboy but whether the newspapers say so or not such is the case and I must tell you about it On the afternoon ot January 22d we left Sorsagon on the Castellono wJUeh Is just large enough to carry one company and a few supplies We were followed by the Venus with the 2nd Baltillon under Mrj Shlpton and the U S gunboat Nashville and the British gunboat Plover brought up the tear About sunrise next morning the Castellono led the procession into the bay ot Lagas pie closely followed by the Venus but bye and bye we slowed up and al lowed the two gunboats to pass When we got within a couple of miles we could see the Filipino flag flying from the summit of a tall hill near the town The Nashville Plover andlove nus all went in closer than we for we were not to Und there but soon the Venus came steaming backand j lay oIL About 1030 a m a stan officer from Gen Kobbe v ho was on the Nashville came over to us and told me that I was to take 60 men in small boats and land just a short distance below the enemys trenchesand flank them No one he said knew the length of the fortification nor the force behind them In about ten win flies my boats had our 60 men in aqd we had to watt for a signal ham the Nhshville While we were waiting Maj Shlpton came alongside with about 150 men from P G and H Of course this relieved me from command At nearly 12 m the Nash ville hoisted the signal to go ashore and opened a broadside We truly landed under fire and after wading a small river about 3 feet deep opened fire on the trenches my men occupy- Ing the left of the line Alter firing a few rounds we charged the trenches and captured an empty village of huts I am certain that I was first over this trench but on we went into tile town where the buildings were mostly stone We fired at natives running down every stieet lying in the swamps behind stone walls and everywhere else Presently we found a fusllade pouring in from a stone building on our left in front of which was a triangular trench full of real live Filipinos as was also the build- Ing The front of the building was a kind of porch or veranda in the upper story supported by a line of stone pit lars behind which the insurgents stood and fired at every one passing far enough front tocome into range To the left of the front of this line of pillars stood another house with stone walls leaving only one place from which to fire at the men behind the pillars at that in full fire from the triangular trench except there was a narrow alley way between the two walls about ten fett wide ending on the beach I took about eight men antI crept along the beach under cover until in range from this alley Then byjrisIDgLoad Aim I Ffre Load Aim IhFilel Volley after volley we pouted into them at about 100 yards Ptesentiy they broke from the building and made for the trench which was about 50 yards away then the Nashville opened on the trench and we charged about 100 men The trench was full of dead and dying so we left them and went on through the town This was their last stand I soon reformed my Co and Gen Kobbe coming up ordered me to go on to Albay about one mIle away Cupt Garwood with Co F followed Albay offered no resistance except three small brass cannon firedonce each On returning to Lagaspie I learned that as near as could be learn ed 45 Insulgents had been killed Number oi wounded not known At the place where the pillars are I found about 6 dead and a number wounded You should have beard the soldiers and sailors on the Venus cheer while we fired those volleys One of my men captured some orders and another captured a Captains commis sion which I turned over to Gen KobbeFeb 3 I have now been here over ten days and still no boat with rations mall news or anything Wonder when I shall ever geta chance to mall all the letters I am writing Feb 33 p m TheSalvadot is coming so I close for the present If yon like you may give my letter to TUB RCPUIILICAN for publication such part as may be for the public interest I am well Your loving boyOSCAR An Easily Answered Question This time it is the Farm Journal which is asking questions The sub stance of what it asks is thus summed up Why have a mortgage on the farm sour bread a leak in the roof and empty pocket and a skeleton in the house There might be a reason why there should be a mortgage on the farm Many a good man borrows money in order 16 go into business But with good health and willing hearts there is no reason why the mortgage should not bepaidoff Except tbisiof course If people will vote the Free Tride cheapmoney ttcktt the mortgage Is bound not only to be put on the farm but it is like wise bound to stay Philadelphia Inquirer 0 Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostrils cleanses and heals the whole surface over which it diflnses itself A remedy for Nasal Catarrhwhich is drying or exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 50 cents at drug gists or by mail A cold in the head immediately disappears when Cream Balm is used Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York S rTho Forgetful Free Trader Nothing Is more amusing than the solicitude ot our Democratic and Free Trade contemporaries for the unfortu nate Porto Ricans in their distress at the retaining of the Tariff duties against their products at United States Ports Where in the Free Trade Tariff re form arguments of the more stirring past before the policy of Protection to American industries ceased to be con fined to the Republican party and be came a great and generally accepted national pollcyis to be fourth any sug gestion or admission that would now warrant the opinion that the Porto Ricans will suffer any from the Imposition of thearlffdutles Of course they will suffer That is the Republican ibelief the opinion of such persons an believe in Protecting American industry against the foreigner Providence News o It costs something more to build and much more to run an American than it does a foreign vessel and therein Is to be found the whole secret of the decay ci the American merchant marine Subsidies are the only rem edy Philadelphia Inquirer Here is another of IIItrusts raising the wages of its em ployesl The National Tube Company ol McKeesport Pa advances the pay IfItrust monster theres no telling where this salary increase businesS will end New York Mail and Express One Dosethe story When your bead ITeIlS and you feel bilious consti and out ot tune with your sour and no appetite Just package of Hoods PillsAnd take a dose from 1 to 4 pills easIlytheyheadache and biliousness rouse the liver and cents Sold againby It disease plays such havoc with the delicate nervous system as that scourge LaGrlppe It tears and strains at your spinal column It twists at your neck and seems to fair ly split your head wide open In vain you strive to throw It oft In vain you try to jer away You are tacked and until your strength Is worn out and your vitality Is gonethenl- eft to die Dr Miles Nervine will help you It is a wondeVful nerve healer and bealthsrestoter It has closed up the lacerated wounds of thousands of grips unfortunate vie time and started them on the road to recoveryDr Nervine is a nerve food 83 well as a medicine and Itnot only leeds but heals tha net ve tissues maked new nerve fibers Increases the red corpuscles In the blood and strengths The Readers of The Hartford Republican can get the Louisville Evening Post for 15O Now is the time to pay up for The Republican and get the two papers one year for only 250 WE APRIL laaurID Nipo EULOGY AND ANSWER I Ingorsoll and DrBuckloy Paint Two Side of a Picture Which Is tho Real Ono Inyersolls eulogy of whisky I send yon some of the most wonderful whisky that ever drove the skeleton from the feast or painted landscapes In the brain of man It Is the wing led souls of wheat and corn In it you will find the sunshine and shadow that chased each other over bllloway fields the breath of June the carol of the lark the dew of the night the wealth of summer and autumns rich content all golden with Imprisoned light Drink it and you will hear the voice of men and maidens singing the Harvest Home mingled with the laughter pi children Drink it and you will feel within your blood the starred dawns the dreamy tavny dusks of perfect days For 40 yeats this liquid joy has been within staves of oak longing to touch the lips of manDr J M Buckleys reply I send you some of the most wonderful whig ky that ever brought a skeleton into the closet or painted scenes of lust and bloodshed in the brain of man It is the ghost of wheat and corn crazed by the loss of their natural bodies In it you will find a transient sunshine chased by a shadow cold as arctic midnight in which the breath of June grows icy and the carol of the lark gives place to the foreboding cry of the raven Drink it you shall have woe sorrow babbling and wounds without cause your eyes shall behold strange women and your heart shall utter perverse things Drink it deep and you shall hear the voice ot demons shrieking women wailing and worse than orphaned children mourning the loss of a father who yet lives Drink it deep and long and serpents will hiss in your ears coil themselves about your neck and seize youwith their fangs for at last it biteth like a serpent und sting eth like an adder For 40 years this liquid death has been within staves of oak harmless there as purest water I send it to you that yon may put an enemy in your mouth to steal away your brains And yeLl call myself your friend the make your FOR ONE ens the brain cells When you find yourself so nervous restless and irrit able that can not sleep at Dr Miles Nervine will soothe your weary nervesand bring refresh Ing sleep to and worn out brain When you are wcalc exhausted run down so that you no de site for food and no ambition for work Dr Nervine will stimulate your build up strength for body my stomach so weak that I could scarcely eat any kind of was nervous and I took three bottles of Dr Miles vine was Wm B Swank O Last I was taken with the grip and it brought on nervous which lasted for three months I was so weak and As the good times we are as well as the good housekeeping of banking it may bemen tloned the National Bank has declared a dividend ot five per cent for the last qualter and an extra dividend of one per cent for the period making six per cent in all The calamity bowler will now come out oi his hole long enough to weep a few bitter tears and then go into solitary confinementagain Har risbnrg Pa I i Pneumonia is one of the most dan alwaysICough Remedy will quickly cure a cold and perhaps prevent an attack of especlally famous for its cures over a large part lof the civilized world It counteracts any tendency of a toward pneu monia Can afford tq neglect your cold when so reliable a remedy can be bad for a trifle For 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IOfLexington Ky the Great Paper of the Blue Grass KENTUCKY STOCK FARM- Of I Kentucky the TrottingHorse Paper of the best county paper THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN YEAR FOR ISIIx cIIars 8600PricePrice of TOE I HAnrFoitnBEtunuoANaIone8100ie Wreied Iy rip Terrible Pains in Head Neck and Spine Weak Back Appetite Gone no Sleep forWeeks and Nerves all in a Commotion RELIEF CAME WITH 7 kr Miles Cervine INo terrible buffeted you night restlul your tired and have Miles digestion and and mind- LaGrlppeleft lood and sleepless Net and curedMrs Miamisburg February prostration exhaust Indicating McKinley enjoying Harrisburg institutions that Harrisburg same Telegraph cold you expansion free bankrupt Skin Prickling Thoroughly Lexington Leading Country ed in body and mind that I could not sleep and my nerves were all in n commotion I had terrible pains in my head the back of my neck and down my spine my bark and legs were so weak that I could not walk my appe tite was gone and I had no sleep for nearly nine weeks Nothing that the doctors gave me seemed to do me any good and at last I sent for a bottle of Dr Miles Nervine The first dose brought refreshing sleep and Irons that time on iMmproved very rapidly I used three bottles of Nervine and two phials of Nerve and Liver Pills and my health was restoredMrs K C Bawlby Waterloo Ind Dr Miles Remedies are sold at all druggists on a positive guarantee Write lor free advice and booklet to Dr Miles Medical Co- ntkhart Ind t I- 1j C I 7 Hartford Republican j FaN and LON ROGERS EditorsI rr l4 pHorxoZ3Mnlr o o CfAsa 33 Iud Frlityt kg tin Hartford Pub CoJncoraoratH Entered it Hartford postolfict as secondclass mail math r I FRIDAY APRIL 6 SENATOR HAUHEL says if the Beck bamitoa and the Hickmanitea and the Trimbleites and the Scottiica and the CampbeJlites and the Goldenites sue ceed in stealing the Governors chair i he will make the race against young Beckham in the fall and think his chances quite good IN forming the grand jury at Frank fort last Monday ten Democrats ont Republican and one Populist were chosen This of course was a game ot chance as were the drawing of the contest committees Judge Cantrill is a partisan judge of the strongest dy and this was expected him to do had he done otherwise he would have proven a traitor to Goebelism and would have been dropped M Seuator Harrel was WHAT is the object ot the Dem ciatic leaders at Frankfort now en gaged in hunting the assaeiiu of Mr Goebel Take James A Scotta own language for a compete definition HangTaylor and damn the Republi can party forever Why woud they hang Gov Taylor and damn the Re pubhcan party They woud do this simply to cover up the gigantic steal which they are now attempting and justify their ways before the peope WE have thought for sometime that the Hartford Herald was more like a woodcock than a newspaper and we are now convinced that it is true The old bird coughed hoarsely this week in belching forth his vile andslander ous epithets against the character of THE REPUBLICAN and its editors IfI we be not deceived in the signs of tbeI times the old thing will be dead in a short time It can only quack a little now and has to have help to do that THAT Cincinnati redhanded riot producer has struck a snag He contracted with Mr Hogg CullonV attorney for Culton to confess and he would guarantee him 85000 Mr Culton confessed that bo knew nothing andtheCincinnati red banded riotI producer refused to put up the 85000 It is expected that more light will be thrown on this Goebelite conspiracy in the near future From all accounts Hogg has Tom Condemned Campbells feet tied and hie fall is certain to come THE woodcock editor again assures us that he does not borrow nor get any of his editorials from a lawyer This may do for him to claim but reliable information will not substantiate his claim We wish that we had the reM spect for the man that wrote the first editorial in the Herald this week so we too might say that we had more respect for him than to thick such would be composed by a Sunday school man behind the curtain but we have not A blind man can detect a certain mans language in that editorial and it isnt that of the woodcock either THE Herald says Men subscribe for the paper TIlE REPUBLICAN they saysimply because they feel it is their duty but after taking it from the poslofEce they manage to discard itI before reaching home The wives and daughters especially object to it Since the Herald has won its present distinction Bean uncompromising slan derer and blackguard we cannot ac cept this statement as trut We be lieve it to be a makeshift out of whole cloth We hope that the good people ot this city and county have better judgment and principle than him who uttered the above If the Herald has voiced the sentiment of any we will gladly give them publicity if they will r call at THE REPUBLICAN office and substantiate the above The Heralds Brazen Hypocrisy In Wednesdays issue of the Hart ford HeralJ under the caption A Shameless Newspaper in found the mot vindicative and slanderous article th4t that sheet ever published It is presumed by the uninformed public that this is the work of its editor but we are sanguine that it is from the pen of a man far lower in human deprav ity Bull the slimes of political devilryc than is the editor of the Jcrald al though he is beyond redemption A genteel man a man with any sense of honor in fact a man will meet his antagonist upon the open battlefield but the devil would never do such a thing for he comes as it were in the deadof night and m cheeps clothing and strikes his enemy in the back if he think himself safe But the Her aids scribe has elected to assume the paternalship of this abusive article and its results consequently wo shall di reel thid answer to him it When the present editors of TUG REPUBLICAN assumed the responsibili ty of leading the Republican party in the county and protect its interests from the shafts of Democracy we chose such a course as honorable men would dowho link their frtunes with the principle and doctrines of that party and we had hoped we would find h- An honorable contemporary in the Hartford Rtratd but to our lorrow we were mistaken We cannot discuss the raisdoingit ot this sheet of ignorance and mendacity however mild we may I be without starling its editors mud mill of atininity imbecility billing ate scurrility and vituperation to grinding We regard the editor of any journal who has always been a bigot and un willing to grant bio opponent the priv liege which he takes as devoid of sense We have never desired to take from any that which we demandour birthrights It has never been our de sire to entel into a public quarrel we are averse to such a course but by the slander and malice of this cruel Meet we are forced into tuch a discussion which we will conduct with all the moderation circumstances may allow In replying to our editorial of the 30th ultimo the Heralds assumed scribe belched forth from his corrupt and de praved cranium the following 11010111Ithp HrroMi rhnrpwt of taut wirk Wp tnt tally molllIwonlil Imrp rn irreHtljr mirprlwi If It hud irplli with anything km thnn a tirade ot nlnuennd lilnrkRiiardlmu niralnit the llrrnlil and lt nlltor ItlllingaKiitrl It lot of rrllniMV ItmuileiirRii Input ItHrtlltor hn nt the dignity and munll new to ivply to his with In n dot find nrnklMr way but dodo upon hU ability to ullrncp them with Imlrcrnt rplthrt ami toiirw nbaw bringing In mnttrn that do not rourrrn the row In anlrr to tally Tent hIA spleen There 1 no wnne nor Argument In lotb Journalintu of roan tbellrrnM If It rnml to loop no low could rail hint Jut no many vile nAme no he rail ni but for the unite of uiir rrndrnt Ie well in oniwlren we prefer not to do IThis is a fair sample of the littleness of the oMuincd editor of the Herald Were we to allow the Hartford Herald or any other Goebelite to map out our editorial work we would be hailed by them as excellent young men in politics Had we bounched on Gov Taylor with allfours for assuming the honorswhich the people bestowed up on Win at the polls we would have been hailed with tho saints But as our instincts would not justify this course we are doomed and forever damned by such things as the Hart forn Herald Tile REPUBLICAN has made a hard fight for civil liberty it has stood for justice and it has severe ly denounced that infamous Goebel election law and its hirelings From the opening of the campaign to the present it has cautiously given the pub lie the situation and it has not been exagerated either but we have been unable to picture the horrors that con fronted Kentucky as they really were That sheet which seeks to scrutinize and revile the course of TilE Rerun LICAN indorsed these infernal expres sions You cant out count me and you cant count me out I have the election right where I had the conven lionliThe other fellows may do the voting but we Democrats will do the counting Taylor will havo to get a larger majority than 15000 to be the next Governor of Kentucky The white prowrtyownlng rtpertube iol- e of Krntorky are going to control the govern mot of thin unnnonwenlth now and hereafter and they are going to Inrinlate eome rwpect for law anti public dewnry Into the head of SJCM ar rogant moneybag and their wiWIItm and hang enton who bore lIon to affiliate politically with TSOOO Ignorant nejrrne and nn many more vicious unit redhnndril inonntnlntvi The utrunKlr fur npremacy IK about over and the end will prove lu this Htate null has In other Mutm that only the eople who are ciipuble of good government will tjefierinltted to govrtiUrey Woodnon In OwrnMmm Mivnenger If these expressions do not mean what they say it is time that an inter pre tor should appear but they mean what they say These are the direct causes nt the present crisis These were expressions from the leaders and the Herald drank them right down nnd pronounced them excellent It is no wonder that the same man that de fended the Goebel law would condemn Tim REPUBLICAN with vile epithets and abuse for its course A man tbatI will take up his pen to defend that law will do anything Such a man naturally thinks all men dishonest because of his own baseness and shameful depravity Tile HKrrntirix know ax ilocn everybody flue that at the Iitrtection tin Itipnbllmnn wrre einentei at every voting prwhitt In Kentnrky The DemorratH illd not have every advantage without exreptlon THE REPUBLICAN knows aa does every informed man that the Repub lican party was not represented at ev cry precinctfairly and squarely in the State It was not represented at 87 precincts in Louisville and the Herald knows this and its assertion to the con trary is a wilful and premeditated falsehood If the Democrats didnot have every advantage without excep tion what did Godbel mean whoa heI said You cant out count me and you ant count me outlIfbo other tel lows may do the voting but we DernI ocrats will do the counting I havei got them right where I had the con vention What interpretation will you put ou Woidson Taylor will have to get more than 15000 majori ty to be Kentuckys next Governor What construction will you give WatI tereonuTbe Democratic ticket justI nominated is sure to be elected Un der the operation of the Goebel law the result is not left to chance When the Herald makes the abvo assertion wilfully anti maliciously perjures Itself The cuiuuini editor desires that TilE I REPUBLICAN explain itself He has quoted the article twice and for his enlightenment we desire it to be un derstood to mean just what it says The idea that the Republican partyIe tote the election as advanced yena Goebel pres is too preposterous for intelligent men to countenance and THAT 100000 CORRUPTION FUND- IS BEING VIGOROUSLY APPLIED Paper Sack Legged James Andrew Scott Approaches two Ardent GocbclcratsI Hang Taylor and Damn the Republican Party is all Tho Demand to be Initiated Into the Realms of that 100000 THAT 100000 IS GOING AND YOUTSEY HAD AS WELL GET HIS SHARE Islington KT Munh 29The Morning tier ald ot this city will print tomorrow the following upcrlal from Winchester Ky II Yontney will tell what I think he knows be can hang Taylor and destroy the Republican par ty i feel pure that I cnn arrange fur enough ol the appropriation for Yontecy to make him Rod hUwlle comfortable for the rest of their lives Cnlton lo Rolnu to rantem In the morning and Vonteey had better ret In while he can The mnn y h going and he might iw well have his hare The above what James Andrew Scott Mild nl the Iteew holm Monday night He was nddnw Inn X II Wlthempoon nnd Jatlo CS Frenfhrf l ectlvely brotherinlaw nnd fiitherInlaw nf Vontivy Hcott had telephoned Wlthempoon In the early afternoon Meet me at the Ileeee bonne on the quiet anti he hail been promptly met Jndire French won later tailed an the head of the family who ehonldbe connnlted In n matter ol nch Importnnre The party itnyed In connnltotlon nntll nldl nlnht Scott insisting that Youtwy should contest and make himself rich while the others 1k tened passively and then replied Youtw tha told nil he knows and cnn say nothing more Scott dwelt on the point that Cnlton would con feat the ont tiny and unless Youtsey got In his story tint the other man wonlJ get away with the money bnt neither Wlthempoon nor French wonld accede to the request of Scott tu go to Frankfurt and advise Youtney to tell a story which would hang Taylor and damage the Republican party Scott said ouly would have to leave the State because frellnKnronnedbnt that he would hiive money to iweettn exile The tory was freely told on the streets today nod Wlthertpoon was wen by your corre pondent last night and asked to confirm the rumors He nuked Wither spoon If he saw Justus floebel on his vWt to Frankfort two wcekn aim He replied I received a telephone message front Jaitnt lorbrl asking me to come to Frankfort nt once on be hail Important revelations to make 1 replied I would come down ant arrived In Frankfort the same nfternoonwent atones to see Ooebel who took me In a private room told me that In the lout 4S hours he had ascertained facts tending to connect Yont ey with the Goebel as lamination Then he explained what he knew of Yootoryroolot about the ilmeof the shooting lie paId Youtwy had run through the basement no one dare advance such a proposi tion but conscienceless lawyers such as defended the law under which the recent election was held That same audacious person that vilified TOE REruuucAN this week wrote the foli lowing Hut without multiplying words to prove the vanity of any claim or stopping to Inveigh against the fraud and Intimidation that has been practiced against the Pemocrntle candidates we might as well accept the result ns now estimated as final tidying upon the toast accurate figure at command from all sources It nmiears that lenWS Taylor and thewhole llepnbllcan have been elected by majorities ranging tlketI than three thousand Therenre claims on both sides but we are giving the situa lion ns we truly believe It stands without tiny In tention of misleading anybody This is the third time that this ar ticle has appeared in our columns and its author has up to this good hour refused to explain its meaning No I where in all the country is there to be I found such a notorious character as j the Hartford Herald It slandered and maligned TilE REPUIILICAJJS edii tOtS without cause or reason Its whole harangue was the part played by an ungentle man having done all himself that he charged us with No Christian gentleman ever was so sneak ingly mean as to engage in the composition of such a slanderous article as the one to which we have referred be bind the curtain We therefore re spectfully demand that this obnoxious character come out and fight in the open and be more manly Armed Bullies Surround the Court For the first time in the history of the State soldiers and armed bullies and deputies shenfl surrounded the pointed sanctuary of justice while a mock trial of a reputable citizen and official was being prosecuted Without the slightest pretense or provoca tion and absolutely without cause Little Boy Blue Beckham the Gov ernor of Kentucky by pretense by fraud androbbery surrounded the Court House in Frankfurt March 23 with an armed force while the accused Secretary of State Caleb Powers was I to have his examining trial after having suffered the humiliation of being confined in prison fur two weeks It was claimed by this Kid Pretender that the mythical mountaineers would pour into Frankfort on the day of the trial and crush the notorious Tom i Campbell and his copc jurcrswithout warning and with as munch cruelty as the ancient barbarians This proclamation if it be a proclamation was unnecessary mud uncalled for Those mountaineers who have been the tarI get ot so much villainy and abuse are I far better than those citizens of Louisville that broke up the June primary j and robbed and rifled the ballot boxes on November 7th These men from I the mountains arc by tar better than I those men that defended the Goebel slectiun law the direct cause of this I whole Double They have made fhrt to deprive their fellow men ofImice in their government they of the executive building ami out tin rear tour holding his leg ns If crippled and halfclriled the building nnd run Into the lovernora office After he had made this statement I went to see Youtwy Ills account tallied with livtiels statement Youtsey added however that be had a revolver In the waist of his trousers and that the weapon supped down the pants leg last as he came out ot the building He bent over and ran Into the Governors office He went on to state that he saw Uorbel after seeing Yontoey told him ol Yontseys statement of his uctlons that loebel was satisfied Yuntsey had no connection with the crime but n ldnl Youtsey knew things that should be told lltnM then gave him to understand that nothing would be lone regarding Yontsey without notifying Wlthempoon anti told Scott substantially the sHine In ht presence Iefurtherexptaineol On last Monday night I received a telephone message front Scott raking qullIIJudge French Scott told me he was In n position to save Yontsey and was satisfied that be Yont sey could glvelnformallon that would hang Tay lor nnd destroy the llepnkllmn party lon 1 ranhoweverwnd a telegram and hold tatters up till we can get to Frankfort The money U going and there Is no reason why Youtsey should not get his share I sold Youtsey has told all be knew I said I did not we how Youtsey could furnl h the Infor mation wanted anti that not for tn times tloo 000 would I have him jterjure himself Scott said I venture you gentlemen will re consider this matter and moot me at the train to morrow I heard no more till twit morning when the news reached me that Yontsey hoot been arrested I was surprised as I had doe bels promise that I would be given notice ef any suih action Mr Scott was very vigorous la asserting that the course he bad mapped out was tbiriwr cone he seemed particularly Insistent on the tact that Youtsey would be made comfortable for life Scott claimed to be acting a Yoatseyn friend Wltherspoon Is Ireoldent of the Wlni tester bank n prominent citizen and was n supporter ol loebel nod was Scotts politico friend Judge French was 30 years an attorney at the Winches terbar wits once County Judge once Judge of the Court of Appeals I cleat of the conspiracy to overthrow civil liberty and yet the Governor by pretense has surrounded the hall of Justice with armed men to pre vent these peaceable citizens tram at tending the trial of one of their own i children Who ever heard of such nonsense in State affaire It is only a part of that 8100000 corruption fund program planned to implicato every Republican in the State in the murder of William Goebel Democrats will you sanction and approve this course of your party of will yourebuke it During the contest for United States Senator in 1890 when Frankfort was tilled to overflowing with toughsthugs and political feudiUs Gov Bradley called out the militia at the request of the Chairman of the Senate and the Speaker of the House to drive Jo Blackburns armed henchmen out of the legislative halls that the peoples servants might not be intimidated that the wheels of government might not be stopped For this patriotic dis charge of his official duties Gov Brad Pur YOur + Finger on 1 Your pulse You feel the blood rushing alongBut what kind of blood That Is Ihe question ImpurebloodIf the blood Is impure then you are weak and languid yourdlgesllonnot sleep well and the morn Ing finds you unprepared for the work day cheeks are pale and your com Is sallow arc troubled with pimples bolls or some eruption of the skin Why not purify your blood I will do It Take It a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again You can feel the difference It Is stronger and your circulation better Send for our book on Impure Blood If you are bilious take Ayers Pills They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla They cure constipation also Writ to our Doctor ffslyaiithpartteniarsIn prompt AifJeuua J jolt O AVER LowiI ii War to the Death PESTS OF THE POUL TRY YARD MUST GO American Lire nemroyer HUN More Miles I Ice cud oilier Yrrmlii lit n Day Than All Other He inetllu folillilneil The war is on I The days of lice and vermin that have done so much to make the life ol the poultrynmn miserable and his business unprofitable Rre over American Lice Destroyer is the proper ammunition to Use This preparation is wonderful in its power and vermin cannot exist twentyfour hours alter it is applied to the coop or lowls Everv poultryman needs It It is cheap te one package being sufficient to protect 250 fowls from mites and lice or one ear When this Destroyer is used profits at once in crease LIeand vermin do more to kill profits than all other causes combined You know it Dont go on losing nina ey every week but try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other things without success but if this falls you can have your money back We are in thIs fight to ttay and will back Destroyer against any number of mites or lice you may have Dont fool away money with recipes or home made makeshifts Use scientific means The American Lice Destioyer has been used by thousands of poultrymen j it has been on the market several years and has been tested thousands of times We know it is all right and it it doesnt do the work remember you get your money back What more can you ask If your druggist dont sell American Lice Destroyer hes behind the age In that case send for a fi oo box at once Made only by American Mig Co Terre Haute Ind Icy was abused and slandered by every 2x4 Democratic journal and by all the demagogues in the State In 1900 just after the assassin bad shot Senator Gccbel down on the threshold of the States Capitol and when passion had seized the minds of the admirers of the slain and they were mad with anger and when a riot seemed imminent Gov Tayloi called out the militia to preserve the peace and what did the Democrats say about it So incensed were they at the soldiers that the abominable Court of Appeals would not meet to transact the business for which they were sworn to do until the soldiers had been sent home The Democratic journals of the fortysec ond grade even charged that Coy Taylor was responsible for the death of their leader Every intelligent man in the State who has developed the power of reason knows that Go Taylor had nothing to do with the killing of Mr Goebel The death of Mr Goe bel in this manner at this time was beyond doubt against Gov Taylors interests and every sensible man knows this Gov Taylor is too much of a man to take the advantage of his op ponent in this manner Six weeks ago the Court of Appeals would not convene on account of the militias being raartialed about their place of business and now we find Judge Moore would not proceed with bis couit of persecution until desert ing soldiers and armed bullies and armed private citizens had filled the court hall and all Republicans had been barred from that hall When this had been done the notorious Tom Campbell agreed to prosecute the case and Judge Moore consented to give the innocent a nominal trial Fellow citizens these arc the conditions at Frankfort What do you think of it Surrounded by this guard these men in authority are arresting public and private citizens and giving them a mockexamining trial and then they are held over without sufficient evi dence to hang a common cur That 8100000 is having its eliect It was appropriated by that memorable legislature to persecute the opponents of Goebelism and not to prosecute the slayer of Goebel fIr he is right in the ranks among the high priests of Goe bebsra This great effort upon the part of Goebclism is not to convict the murderer ot Goebel but to imprison the leaders of the Republican party and drive the party into eternity If this is not the end in view why did not the Coroner of Franklin county hold an inquest over the lifeless form of Senator Goebel Why has not the fact of that autopsy been given to the public if the object of the 8100000 reward is not to exterminate the Re publican party in Kentuck We be lieve as do threefifths nt the people of Kentucky believe that the murderer of William Goebel was one of his clos est friends a lady claimed to have seen the awful tragedy and gave a statement to the press to this effect but has recante I since that 8100 000 corruption fund was recured Ken lucky glands today the most disgraced State in tho Union and the Undid electIon law its author anti supports rs are directly responsible for it nil lIons Til INT- Wi offer One Hundred Dollars howard for any ease of Catarrh that cannot httn1 by Hulls atarrh Cure F 4 C1IBNHY A CO Props Toted O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yearn and believe hint perfectly honorable In all business transactions nnd flnan lIolly able to carry out tiny obligation made by their firm WET A TiUAX Wholial Drngglsts Toledo n YALIIIXU KIXXAX MARVIK Wholm ilo Drng fats Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cnwla taken Internally acting llfrctly upon the blood anil innrons Mirfarea of the Hyslem Irlre 7 I wr bottle Hold by till Irngglsts Testimonials InIllnlla Family Tills nn the best Notice Preston Morton Post No 4 G A R Decoration Day services will be held at Alexander school house on the Owensboro road two miles north ifflflttfnd Committees will be RC ectd anti programs will be out in time and we hope nil old KoUHers wil tae rm Irtifect and hive n pleasant time on Wednesday May 3 i 19 u A rzt V rtrrr F Ltfl Z EVERYBODYS STOREI- S WIDE OPEN TO YOU With the dawn of the new senson shedding forth its brilliant ruys of pence and prosperity upon our country we welcome its animating influences and enter upnil the duties of the new epoch with renewed vigor and strength to perpetuate our inherited success of the past by the same methods of fidelity and allegiance to our constituents which have earned for us the much cherished and prized standing in the field of general merchandising We pro pose adhering strictly and faithfully to the policy of legitimate methods We propose to supply our multitude of patrons with merchandise of intrinsic merit and material trimming fit and style and of distinctively one hundred cents on the dollar value Our standardbearer The Best ou Earth will continue to float on highstimulatrd by the breezes of integrity and fostered by the loyalty of its liberal supporters With profound thanks to our patrons for their past loyal support we solicit a continuance and with hopes of having an opportunity to benefit others as we have you We enumerate some of the many attractions found in our big store Dress Goods Thi department is under the man agciuent of Mis Fannie Barnes whose long experience and strict allegiance to the trade has reached enormous proportions We can easily say with out fear ot contradiction that we arr offering by far the greatest variety of woolen aud washable fabrics silks and trinuuincisat prices within the reach ol everybody that we have ever shown In this connection we call your atten tion to our lines of Embroideries Laces Hose Skirts Ladies Gloves Ladies Collars Ladies Neckwear Pulley Belts c nil of which we wM gladly show you without a cent ol cost to you Dont deprive your elf of teeing those uptotheminute new things simply for the sake of a little time epMillinery Miu Viola Pirtle who has been our distributor of La les Hats fnrmauy years anti whose merited taste had won for her a distinction that is not surpassed by any one of her prolession in this part of the countryvcry cordially invites everybody to visit this depart everything Trimmings FUHNITURE Manufacturing ClothingT- his deportment unsurpassed Trouserings allthcyeararound nioueyiaving 1rieiroeycr CARPETS department addition the above mentioned departments we com plete lines Dry Goods Notions Tinware Saddlery Groceries Queensware Stoves Ranges Oliver Chilled Plows PI Buggies Reliable Homestead Tobacco Grower Horseshoe Brand Wheat Grower Hickory Tennessee Wagons Crown Excelsior Sewing Machines c which have withstood onslaught most stringent competition stand today as being most economical advantageous consumer Load your wagon with Produce bring your wife children make us one visit If dont we are showing almost everything a man child needs at right prices consid ering quality insist on a return visit- RESPECTFULLY E BROSuccessors Hockor SEAVEB DAL I5L3E3rTCrC3DBL5r Doctor Meador Writes Was In York City on His Way to tho Country New York March 29th 1900 EDITORS RRPUIILICAN What is more irksome more productive of what our French friends call ennue and our AngloSaxton linguists lasitude than lying around a hotel conducted on the European plan In the city ol New York Strangers from all paIls of the continent coming and going dullarthe tellg1Ismiles of fortune or the of health to proceed on under taken Phantom objects in most ins stances especially to who await travIclingtheir lives nt or near home or having I traveled to some extent with a friend or a companion At you see in the hotel corridor or reading room numerous laces want of companion ship induces you to approach some one whose lace kind ness sociability anti grod nature but often to he by a ins corteous unkind expression from them which virtu illy siys I do not want from you You ap PlUrselflISconvttse and an In u fits away and your is tighter Next morning you irquire ol your land lord for ynur Irlend but art told that he has just gone to his train Ibis being the Btoiyol a day it nppliei to a week One day succeeds another new faces come and go and the same rush the same routine is gone over day after day until you lIe disgusted with the everlasting greed and grab so cut around you anti you take to your room a victim oleunue or go saunters tering through the overflowing city at the risk of running into a den of thieves worse than the den of lions into which Daniel was thrown or by reason ol sour ignorance of city ordi nances nnd city methods get your self into nn coibatnssing attituJc ment She U showing an immense Hue of in upttodate lIsts Corsets Ladies Under wear Baby Caps anti Childrens p having bought two carloads of lied Room Suites of the assigned stock of the Louisville Co at 20 per cent less than market value we are in a position to give you the latest anti mast stylish patterns in olden Oak finish at a big reduction in price You will make a mistake if you tbnot secure some of this stock before it is exhausted has always been a special feature of our business and our lor supplying the wants of tho spring trade are Our is an itlealone this sea SpriuJsbOltSuits stocks are fuller than ever with new apparel for the youngsters Our Odd Pants tock consists ot many of the rare novelties in Fancy made up in stylish up to date garments ==In to of O all the of the the the use we to Co Now return those evening itpelltd short heart appjr head- wear u if not into the Station house Your correspondent this be ing a victim of the lassitud mention ed and sick wandered around this Gotham of crime and official rottenness and found himself in a few minutes on want 1 consider Major General Richard Montgomery At south west corner of Broadway i and Pulton Streets stands St Paula Chapel Trln ty Parish erected in 1776 Under theotd columned portico facing Broadway you may see an old monu went partly built into the wall of the church and at about the beginning 101 the upper third this inscription- This monument Isorwted by order otronKWS Will January 1770 to transmit to posterity n grateful miiriiiliriinr of the pntrlullsni rmnlurt pntrrirlsi ami pvrwvrriiiirv nl Mnjor Ueneml Illilmnl MnntfKimrry s h0 niter n mtlwt of stir nwnt umlilMt tin iiidst illsronriiKlng tlUllriiUlw Ml In tint nttnok un turbot list Oiv 177H IIKH 37 years Beneath this and perhaps below the middle f the old monument occurs the following lle State of New York rnnsnl the molrlllilinnl Montgomery to ie convene 1 from titles iHiMinil ileposltnl lieneulli this inonnnipiit lie Mh lay uf July IHIS The monument ii a very mo4 st affair costing but little but that j little was something to the al who voted it When the net or resolution passed the Biitish held Boston with an imp grip public opinirn driving Congress Into send I trig costly armaments Into the north for the conquest of Canada powder scare 1 nd munitions of was hard to obtain The act sh ws in wbat high esteem the ervice of General Mont gomery was held by his compatriots picesfromstands the statue ot CaptMn Nathan lei H tie on the spJt where he was executed and seventy live puces be yond this stood Washington with his army in heavy tquares about him when the immortal Declaration of In dependence was read to the army five days after the passage ol the act viz j July 9 1776 Jhe statue of Captain Hale stands with tnarailed arms and feet neck bared for the hangmans noose and you imaiilne as you look at those finely chiseled lipe that you can almost hear them utter his dying words I die with but one regret Shoes Thi ian de partment and full of the most merito rious lines of footwear that make more for popularity than any ever shown in this county The celebrated Duell Shoes for Men and Boy the reputable Shoes for Ladies and Misses powers certain per fectiou ot fitting wearing and looking qualities combined with a ratio factory price that compels customers to come to u fur Shoes HATS IlCrfectI newtand RUGS V e have enlarged this go that wo are enabled to show you a line itt exceM of any former season Vu carry these goods in stock You do slot have to buy from sample and wait weeks for your carpet but can take it with you on day purchased = have and Old of Corn and Old and and of and and for to and and you say woman or will not P BARNES Again Forolgn translate hustling journejs betukens anything morning somewhat ap1plied Continent Congress I that is I have but one life to give to my country Aa I stood gazing on that statue erected by the Daughters ol the Revolution I went back In I Imagination to that bleak December r day when that young hero the equal in valor to Hamilton stood in the manacles and without a murmur gave up his young life on the alter of freedom and with his last breath said a word for his country and asked my sell the question was not the sire Suw perlor to the son Are we today the phtrlotlsmyet honest brave anti patriotic heroes of Revolutionary times Put I digress I wanted to write not of the heroes of the Revolution not of the New York ol 1776 hut ol the New York of 19 o but stumbling onto upbtfurepleasant for a wayworn hall sick sojourner ti write of them than ol the crime besmeared and Tammany ridden city ol today I could not resist So mote it be J W MEADOR Hartford Telephone and change Company lalk beinj cbenp mid necessary you flioulil patronie home folks where you CUM buy your own phQnos and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the wh lo cnllnt and businos- spointslenerlillyhy only paying a runt to tim Telephone ond Exchange Coor oxpensifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies Mis 1DM Couth 6jn 11 In timby dnstotL I L I CARPETS Our buyers have returned from the Eastern markets with load upor loads of the best selected and lowest priced goods that were to be found Now we are ready to show you goods at NO ADVANCED PRICE On many things we are even lower than heretofore Read carefully then come and see if we dont furnish every article at prices advertised fati 1 raOi 1A 1 NN 1 Clothing Boys Suits G to 15 years 69c Better grade of saws 98c Boys all wool Suite G to 15 years 8125 In and black Boafine allwool graymixed Suite 6 to 15 years 82 00 Boys fine plaid nice Suite G to 15 years 8250 to 8360 suit School Suits long coat and vest 12 to 15 years 82 00 to 8300luils Boys Suite 15 to 10 years suits all wool 8300 to 8800 Boys all wool knee Pants 25c Junior Suits with vcstce 8125IMens wool suits 8500IJersey Suits 3 to 9 year 8100 FancyStripesFincat Grade suits u the latest Shades 1000IFull line odd pants from 75c to 8350 A visit to this Department will convince you that we carry tbe stock A look means a laleI Millinery Department Wo our reputation in this line as LEADEILSnot IMITATORS Our superiority in getting up style sod prices to suit all bas never been This de partment is under the supervision euced trimmers where you will he treatedlwith the greatest courtesy and shown the very tat est that the markets shard Shirts and NeckwearF- ine Pique bosom Shirts SOc- Good qualltrSilk Bosom Shirts SOc Beet Hhirta 2 collars cuff 60c High gratis Pique bosom Shirts in white and fancy 8100 Very beat Silk Bosom Shirts 100 Good Madre Cloth Shirts We Boys Percal Shirts 2 collars to 50c Little genU Shirts just like daddies ago 3 v 1 vHNr weltiNS 50cIShirts 25c I Best line how Ties in town 25c Big assortment ot fancy Batwing Tics 25o Silk SOc string Ties lOc Madras wash Ties 60o dozen ftoWhite and fancy lawn string Ties lOc dozen Upholstery and Carpets 36 inch tilkoline Drapery lOo Yard wide white c Fancy mixed Scrims lOc White awlsa Drapery 10cIFancy dotted Drapery 10o Curtain Poles lOc to 250Ia Extension Brackets ISo set Window Shades lOc to fiOcIGood Ingrain Carpets 25c Wool mix Ingrain Carpets 35c Good fancy Hem5Carpets 20c Floor Oil Matting big arsnrtments lOo to 30eIpairPrettyNo assortment like ours in town See us before buying Staple Department 1000 yards Indigo Blue Prints ic 15 pieces Apron Check Ginghams 6c 2000 yards good yanlwide Domestic Re 30 inch Bleach Cotton Cc 10x4 Sheeting IVppercl 20c 3G inch Pepperel tea Island Cotton Be Good Shirting Plaids 5e 7jcEverett lOc Good half Beach table Linen 54 inches wide 25e Good weight soft finish light Outing Cloth 8 lOc C Good yardwidegtlilt liniplrolc 8JoExtra I J can a of to our to IS i oo t a + 0 3i Wo are our strong price for a y month of busy We want to mako it an interest month too on r + your part New ideas for of 1100 all over stock values that are styles that arq newest + that are most Every item that wo show is an added thai our store is the one lowest 1 y 1 The newest and weaves 12 The best styles in best and color ings in the plain cloths tlio most correct ideas It is good to mako your in this line o until you have given our new and stock care ful for there is such a lot of styles P what you desire Ducks Covert Cloths Plaids in fact in woolen v e 7 f i i they buy it from us they have tlio fullest + it being just right We mado careful r in mens wear Wo them right the price Pare e right and the styles are whoa good dressers want y the newest hens fine Pants ffl to 81 Mows I + I e 0 f i Wo make your new Suit as you desire itin o j any stylo of coat pants or vest you may no matter the style you order youll get the fit and t that is such a the Ed- o 1 ward Rose Co make It will bo a u to you to note the styles of we are in the new mples Youll 9 find it what you most admire and youll find the t prices just right Suits begin at fclOQp S 1OI L M i 10 yards fair Lawn for 30o a 15 pieces Scotch Lawns fast color 5c Fast color Percals in red and blue 7Vic 20 pieces 36inch Percale good waist styles lOc 10 pieces fancy good colors lOc 20 pieces corded 8Jo 5 pieces Madras Cloth 12Jc Plain and fancy Linens 5c to 18c Sheer Fancy lOc Fancy dotted Swisses lOo to 15c All Shades fine IOu New wash Silks in stripes culora guaran yardComplete of new Taffeta Silks the fad for waist all shades 76c Fancy Silks 50e to 8125 yard All wool plaid suits the latest for skirts 35c pons fiOc to 8150 yard 30inch covert cloth spring shades 19c Cheaper grades of same 12Jc t to match any of the above r Slipper We are well fixed in this line Our Slipper can not be beat for style and wear Every pair sold under a guar antes The price on these goods will be from 81 to are a good black for 50c also same in Tan Mens fiue shoes 8125 to 350 in Black and Gents Shoes 81 to 8160 Boys fine Shoes sizes 3 to 54 in Tan or Black 8125 Mens good heavy work shots 81 to 8125 We suggest few the specials in each expect you shoppingheadquartersAnother line of handsome Pictures and Pockets with 810 purchase PLACE Millinery 12JcGood pI A Igcisy April holding imlicerrent selling flill niontlla ofeconomical purchasing Spring ouro qualities dependable pledge always loading always pric- esFASHIONABLE SUITINGS SpringoflOOl colorings fanciesthe leading hardly economy handsome attention pleasing ereotlyeGinghams ovorything goods MENS0lieinrexactly selections bought selling theyre 1SHJUST AS YOU WISH Spring preferbut perfect matchless workmanship featurorof Chicano pleasure handsome materials showing Springof1000 exaotly exactly ersbn 8 Jo Wash Goods Department quality and12c Dimities Zephyr Ginghams yardwide Skirting Organdies Chambnys Silks Wool Dress Goods trimming 12JcSolidhomespun Suitable trimmings Shoe Department celebrated Priesmcyer 8250- We showing slipper TanLittle only line We visit big Wall this week give away every THE interesting purchases Crepons confidence KB WMilIL IHnrtford Ky 1 Il tiit 11 iDealers I- nCelebrated Bear Blue Jand Blount Plows Deering Har- IvestingMachines F ThreshingI Fairest Dealings Lowest PricesI Best Rigs I Givo them a Call- EvorythingI Firstclass Telephone No 26 The Cumberland- i 1 Telephone and I Telegraph CoIN- COIllOHATKI Operating exchanges and toll HUM in Kentucky Indiana Illinois Miss issippi Louisiana and Tennessee and connected by its Long Dulance line with all principal points in thirty five Statue and Territories is establishing an exchange to secure subscribers in Hartford Beaver Dam Bender Mc Henry Centertowa and the surround ing country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and Valuable as possible andmake a specialty of furnishing lervice to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rates and other information may be obtainedat the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky CLOTHING Suitinger BuggiesBirdsell I1JIii gs Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 6 Mr M L Heaving is in Owensboro Dr H B Innes Render was in town yesterday Mr C P Keown was in Fordsville first of the week A nice lot of good Oak Suites just in at Carson Cos If you want a nice spring Suit go to G T Wcateifield Mr Oscar Stewart of Rosine called to see us yestesday COALPlenty of good coal at the Dr Miller bank for ac and 3C I Tickets for tbeconcert the ijth will only cost you soc 35C and 250 tronglineThe latest in Millinery will be shown at Fair Cos Saturday A big assortment of Trunks and Telescopes CARSON Co DrJ S Smith ot McHenry called to see us while in town Wednesday Dont fail to attend our Millinery opening tomorrow CARSON Co A nice watch given with every 800 Suit of clothes at G T Weflterfield Fred Walton Co make the best button photos Call and see samples Fair Cos opening of spring Millinery to morrow You are in lilted Mrs Jaraima Martin Cromwell is visitiue her sons family Mr R B Martin Mr J C Wpodward of St Louis Mo is visiting his lathers family at Mcllenrv If you used a Suit of Clothes or a good Oak Suite ol Furniture see Car son Co Mr NlchoUs BarraM Taylor Mines paid Tun RKPUBUCAN a very pleasant call Tuesday Mr aid Mrs Pete Tooley Center town made Tim REPUBLICAN a pleas ant call yftrrday Messrs U M Everly Render and L W Hunt Sulphur Spiiugs called to see us yesteiday Remember that G T Westerfield gives a nice large picture with every 10 worth of goods Mr Ozna Shulz of near Braver Dam made Tim RBruiiMCANa pleas ant call Wednesday Mrs M L Heavrin returned from Owensboro Tuesday where she had been visiting relatives You can see all the newest and lat est patterns in ladles hats at RT Col lins big store tomorrow The Singer Sewing Machine is the standard ol excellence Use no other Gaoss WILLIAMS Agent Rev J W Vallandingham will be in the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday Ol course he will have a full house G T Westerfield will sell you gucds cheaper than any house in this county Call and examine his 500 Spting Suits Miss Sadie Austin Heaver Dam was in town yestetday She will be located at Tioy Ky this spring in the millinery work IIrn Conkif DA vim county has puichustd the faun ot Mr John W Pate near Denver Dam Mr Pate will move to Beaver Dam Dont forget that Lyiuan Williams is still in the Laundry Business and says please save your laundry for him or leave it at the Singer office If you are interested in millinery you cant effort to miss seeing our big opening tomorrow- R T COLLINS You should not fail to examine my S and 6 new spring Suits They are beauta lor the money G WESTERFIBLD We want all of tbe ladies that want Hats and all that dont want Hat to attend Miss Staflfords Millinery open lag to morrow CARSON Co 6 photos for 350 or 50c per dczen The best pictures at lowest prices over Moore Sanderfur store FRED WALTON Co Styles exact Prices the lowest Will rule in our Miltineiy Department opening Saturday from 9 a m to Io p m FAIR Co The Baptist ladles will give an en- tertainwent at Mr E P Thomas res Idence this evening Refreshments will be served free for fifteen cents Prof T J Morton is having his dwelling repaired and will in a short time build an addition which will make it one of the nicest houses in town The Board of Pension Examiners met in Hartford Wednesday all mem bers were present A E Ellis and S M Smith both of near Hartford were examined Miss Alice Stafford Carson Cos Milliner will expect every lady that is within twenty miles of Hartford to attend her Millinery opening to marrow CARSON Co Remember that genuine Singers are never sold to dealers but go dl rectly fiom maker to user and can only be obtained from the Companys Agents GROSS WILLIAMS Agent The Hartford Commercial Telephone Telegraph Co Is preparing to put in an exchange at Leitcbfield It will connect Horton RoslnelIorse Branch Caneyville and Leitchfield with Hart ford For six dollars we c tier for one year three papers tbe combined price of which is nine dollars The Morn ing Herald of Lexington The Kentucky Stock Farm and Tim REFOB LICAN Until the 15th of this month we will sell you good Factory Cotton one yard wide U 4c Also all Calicoes including the best brands 4tfc After that date the Fame goods will be worth 50 and 6c CARSON Co On to morrow we propose to show at our opening the largest and best assortment of Sprint Millinery goods ever brought to Hartford Be sure and vlfit tbiadepartment R T COLLINS Rockportldiedillness He has for many years among the leading physicians in the county and his absence will be greatly felt by the citizens of Rockport and vicinity If you want all the news local and foreign a dailyand two weekly papers send us six dollars and we will see that you receive for one year The Morning Herald of Lexington The Kentucky Stock Farm and Tug RE PUBLICANSend six dollars and get a chance to read Colonel Breckimidges editor rials in The Morning Herald of Lex ington all the horse news in The Kentucky Stock Farm and everything that happens in Ohio county in Tun REPUBLICANTruest to get the best A cheaply made sewing machine Is dear at any price because faulty in action liable to break and difficult to operate Experience proves the Singer the best It is therefore the cheapest GROSS WILLIAMS Agent The committe has decided not to hold the Teachers Association until the first Saturday in May on account of smallpox As the examination is held on the 3d Saturday in May June July and August the association will meet the first Saturday of each month Mr G T Westerfield and family returned yesterday from Central City where they were call to the bedside of Mrs Westeifields father Mr Crosby who died Tuesday from Injuries SUB talned in the coal mines We are very sorry to learn ol this sad misfortune Dr J W Meador who started to the Holy Land a few days ago met with a sad misfortune in New York City J and has abandoned his tour He fell in company with a sharper who in some way won the confidence of the doctor and who claimed to be going across the waters and stole 400 from him consequently the doctor is at howe t Tbe land sales at tbe court house door Monday of the late C T Bar nard was very interesting Lots Nos i and 2 were purchased by E P Bar nard for 1850 Lot No 3 went to Elmer Barnard for 1310 Lots Nos 4 5 and 6 were purchased by Messrs Garfield Thad and L Barnard re spectively for Coo 150 and 160 All the was purchased by the Barnard brothers We have placed on our job lot counter a lot of childrens Shoes No2 as and 3 to close out at zoo former price 25c also one lot ot ladies spring heel Shoes at i former price 2 Sizes 2 to 6 Also one lot of ladies Shoes with square toe and with tip at 125 former price 2 75 and another tot ot Thomas Uotton ladies fine Shoes sizes 2 to 65 Former price 3 25 now Ji 50 CARSON Co Great opportunity offered to good reliable wen Salary of 15 per week and expenses lor man with rig to in troduce our Poultry Mixture and Ins sect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 If f q cA THL E lS BUT ONE M f JJ 1 I 11 AND BUT OME Hoods a s Pflrilla1 I UJq I 1 Grand e thunde or Ngaralst euniversalsongoftheIcured d ISII sarsaPjal1ill IS I J 111thtlIIHJOO REI ES LOODIMIDIAINE urlfles and enriches tbeJ pa 2an s m L The law card of Mr Ernest Woodward will appear in Tug REPUBLICAN next week Mr Woodward has been preparing himself for the profession of law far sometime While he has been in the school room as teacher his mind was centered on his chosen profession and to the accomplishment of that end his every effort has been directed Among the teachers of the county he stands easily in the front rank anti with that same determina tions of spirit that Ted him to success in the school room will award him success in the practice of law lug REPUBLICAN wishes for him that suc cess due such a deserving oung man For Sale r900fIerresidence one and onelourth mile west of Beaver Dam the following des scribed propery Four head ot horses 8 bead of cattle II hogs all farming Implements a lot of corn and bay Terms made known on day of sale J W PATE Farm for Sale Well improved and well watered Apply to R B Martin Hartford Ky Mllllnory Opening at R T Collins We cordially invite every lady in Ohio county to visit our Millinery opening tomorrow This department is still under the management of Mrs Sarah Collins SmithMrs Smith Is a milliner ot many years experience as you all know and she will show you this year the largest and best assortment and latest styles of spring Millinery Goods ever opened in Hartford Rememder the time and date to morrow R T COLLINS The Noblost Mind The best contentment has Yet however noble in mind no man or woman can have perfect contentment without physical health The blood must be kept pure and the stomach and digestive organs in good order The best means for this purpose is Hoods Sarsaparilla It promptly cures all blood bumors and eruptions and tones up the system The favorite cathartic is Hoods Pills 250- Agents on salary of 15 ooper week and expenses tbe greatest agent eels ler ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hust lers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tt SHOESLEADERS They cant us sure and this before making your purchases handle the famous Shoe Cos shoes than which there is none An es lino ladies Slip them big Hamburgs India Linon Pique Organdy Swiss fancy plain Lace Fans Coun etc etc CANE RUN KY IThe church organized a Sunda here at her last meeting beginning last Sunday with Bro W F Jamison as Superintendent- Rev H D Burch will fill bis regu lar appontment here the third Satur day and Sunday Several from this neighborhood at tended church at Horse Branch last SundayMrs Maggie Christian is on tht sick list this week Also Mr S M ChristianMiss is going to Indiana this week to make it her future homeFrom all accounts when we write again we will have a few weddings to write abont Farmers are busy preparing for an other corn and tobacco crop Mr C A Wilson Mr Arthur Bailey Mr I M Christian were in Hartford Tuesday 0 Catch the opportunity By tak Hoods Sarsaparilla now you may build up your health and prevent ser illness SCOTTS EMULSION OF OIL WITH- HYPOPHOSPIDTES should always be kept in the house for the following reasons JV FIRST Because If any member of the family has a hard cold It will cure It SECOND Because If the chil dren are delicate and sickly It will make them strong and well THIRD Because If the father or mother Is losing flesh and becoming thin and emaciated It will build them and give them flesh and strength FOURTH Because It Is the standard remedy In all throat and lung affections No household be without It It can be taken In summer as well as In winter dUisttoSCOTT York their been stock after over believe say is the the money for shirt your trade de is Also INSOMNIAPlouanl Good oIeer Iken treahenor OrlpeIOo Bckdo CURE CONSTIPATION Mtrlln Ittmrt r7 tlkif a taw reel111 NO andraUApril 13 Miss Margeret Nail is to give the public a musical on the 13thot April She has engaged the services of Mme Bailey the Golden Tongued and there Is no doubt but that tbe will be the best that Hartford has had presshasand power of The talented soprano for sembly purposes Journal educa lion Boston Mass Ontariao the Mount ot Madame Cecilia Eppinghousen Bailey sang the soprano role of the Seraph all that could be desired both to hear and In the brilliant and ala her voice thrilled and swelled above the great choir and orchestra and was full af feeling at all times The Chicago Dally Inter Ocean III appearedhereas the Madam Bailey the Golden She is artist of rare ability She delights not only the ears of finished mnsicians but of the simplest child lover music as was the feature of the Womans Club Central program Her voice is a rich beautiful soprano and possesses dramatic ability and fipxibilityLouisvilleEvening rat root with weather etlnamne hnllnt berobbltao Tu derfor tobaero alttontoera ah000serapatet NO O O tkfriiTtkUimk 0boastepa N w refundulegs Imlle ree4 COIL I 1900 SPRING DISPLAY OF N- EWUERllliDIESPRING NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION At the opening of Spring season we wish to extend an invita to our friends customers and the public gen erally to call on us and see t- heHt ititr I t tfJ iit QttJit Clothing Furnishings Hats Shoes fin have over had the pleasure of store is full of spring novelties and everything is bright and new AVo handle only standardmade goods mid these are the newest and best their respective lines We give our customers the honest value of money reliable goods Our growth has a and steady one and wo feel that our efforts to conduct our business on strictly business are appreci ated you are a patron of ours wo feel confident of rotaining you and if you are not one of our customers let us here extend to you an earnest invitation to cone and get acquainted with us see our goods hear our prices and learn our and wayof doing business We are confident of the result We feel sure that you will becofno convinced that it will pay you to do your at our store In this line we aro touch Be see line spring Ve Brown better pecially attractive pers and Oxfords J3fSee I- Laoes daOline of Laces Dimity Nainsook Lawns Percales and Scrim Curtains terpanes Wnrdrip ANDERSON ing ious CODLIVER up should SILKSNot the largest silk you oversaw but our line we you will it most lot of fabrics that can be crowded into same space and Exclusive styles waistsMens Furnishings Woo want In this partment our lino strictlyupto date See especially our elegant line of mens Shirts and Summer Underwear an assortment of the latest Mtrtl Musicale preparing treat Songstress entertainment in ty entertaining most as of In Beethovens Olives who was see dignified dramatic Tongued Songstress an of KyThe of Kentucky both theUA- nmmee wltb aontT I I this tion wo showing Our in in healthy principles If in principles our trading of A Ginghams looking attractive elegant Neckwear designs New Wash Dress Goods Counters and shelves loadedup with bright nets and fascinating stylus designs andcoloringsmore beautiful titan you over saw before This department will be of special interest to ladies seeking correct fabrics for Easter wear Wo bid you welcome A beautiful line of Rugs and Mat tings all new fTrunks anti Valises in abundance with styles and prices to suit all Again soliciting an inspection of our goods and hoping for your trade this year we are YOURS TRULY R T Collins Hartford Ky HOME CURE t FOR BLOOD POISON Beware of the Doctors Patchwork You Can Cure Yourself at Home There Is slightest the doctors more harm good Contagious Blood many this loathsome much better had allowed them on and potash the remedies tho doctors ever give blood The doctors are wholly unable to got rid of this vile poison and only attempt to up outward nppenrnnee the disease sores eruptions This they by driving tIm poison Into tho system and endeavor keep It shut their constant of potash und mercury The mouth throat and other delicate then break out Into sores fight is continued Indefinitely the drugs doing the system more damage than the dlseare Itself Mr II L Mvers 100 Mulberry St Newark NJ says I had spent a hundred dollars With the doctors when I realized that could do me no good I had arge spots my bcdy and these soon broke Into running sores and I endured all suffering which this vile duces I decided to try S 8 8 as a last resort and was soon Improved I followed closely your Direc tions for SelfTreatment and large splotches on my chest began to ft1OW paler and smaller and before long disappeared entirely X was soon cured perfectly and my has as as glass ever since I cured my self at home after doctors had failed completely It it valuable time away to expect the to cure Contagious Blood Poison for the is fond their skilL Swifts Specific S S S FOR THE BLOOD acts an entirely different WilY from and mercuryIt forces the- polson of the and gets rid of It entirely Hence it cures disease while other remedies only shut poison In where It lurks forever constantly undermining constitution Our system private home treat ment places a cure within the reach of We give necessary medical advice free of charge and the patient the embarrassment of publicity Write for full Information to Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga p I t ruts JADictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction ctc What better Investment coull lie made than In a crpyof tho International T This royal quarto Is a vast star house of valuable information arranged convenient form fur hand eye and mind It Is used as stan14rllauthority than any other dictionary in the world It should every I i Scottishktw Are You Interestedthe news of the day If so you want to know the latest happenings and feel that the news is authentic The Louisville Dispatch Prints all the news without any partisan coloring and is today the leading paper Kentucky Agents Wanted Everywhere- For both Dally and Weekly Sample copies free Address Louisville Dispatch LOUISVI IIK S- LYILYONS 1 ITlIAOI I I MARK I S I j i LAXATIVESYRUP I I NATURES CURE FO- RCONSTIPATION I p OftVelttbbles preIscrIptionI nesslSicklout all Impurities of the Mood and mal es the complexion clear a If do not lile It better than any- laxative you have ever used your f moneyf well j as y at poc per bottle 1- 1O = OA C A I7JW MyJH liyI I UDid You Know That if you would send your Laundry to the Troy Steam Laundry that you would always look neat and clean Save your Laundry for Lyman Williams Agent Laundry called lor antI delivered SingerOffice Grand Introduction Sale Of StandardMade Tor tIn uriKiN ul WatchesIKiiituikv lu rllnInrlllltwill until tciriinil pulillr IUIlb foflowijig ittiiiiHipi luw trIet n th III 111011tI Ft 15 in lOTr II IIuntIng4iM I T Ill IIMl II IIIH1 111IS7 1 I lis I yirIlk11 tIliI nt th ln rltvof our pnrpiiM to inrki vim u 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the doubt that do than In treating Poison j victims of disease would be off todatIf they never ed mercury which for poison heal the of the do to doses the they nil over out the disease pro the clear the thrown disease be In out tho the tho of all all save volume In moro widely In of I uxont vnv Look In Your Mirror i bealthytintedshcinaful form 1 These attractions are the result of good health H they are absent there iinearlyalwayssome disorder ot the dl tlnctly feminine organs present Healthy menstrual mean beauly- everywhere McELREES Wine of Cardui makes women beautiful and healthy It strikes at the root of I trouble There is no menstrual disorder ache or pain which it will not cure It is for the budding girl the wife and the matron approaching- the of life At trying bringshealthcosts ftoo of medicine dealers specialdirections The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tcnn sins nozEJfv LEWIS of oenariiit monthlyintervilsback but hive been entirely relleTcd by Wine of Crdui A Strictly 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strive In every way we know To live no that we tony inert you In garment loll nod white UA snow llrriimi Ky OIMV It FELIX Marriage Is Too Easy Adjust the Laws Governing It and In That way Correct the DIvorce Abuse The present opendoor policy for marriage in America cannot exist much longer writes Edward Bok in the April Ladies HomeJournal The question must be met and it should be met squarely Any discussion of divorce is untimely it is futile at the moment It is grappling with the juestion at the wrong end Whether livorce is right or wrong whether here should be divorce at all and on what grounds a decree of divorce thould be grantedthese are not the pressing questions of the hour The whole matter of divorce does not begin to stand in such urgent need of discussion as does the question of the laws of marriage When we adjust marriage aswe should adjust it then we can give our attention to divorce And then we shall find that in adjust- Ing the one we rball have come pretty close to the wisest and best adjust ment oi the other The practical so lution of both in short lies in the proper adjustment and rigid enforce ment of laws which shall make marriage more difficult of accomplishment giveThamberlalns gill not cost you a cent if it does no nod One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and amides in one third the time required sy any other treatment Cuts burns Irosthites quinsey pains in the side md chest glandular and other swells ngs ole quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 ind 50 cts marmay The calamity bowler who talks bo- gS prosperity should pause when he leitns that 30 new cotton mills are about to be erected In North Carolina Detroit Tribune In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has been saved y Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been ured ot chronic diarrhoea by the use il that medicine Such persons make t point of telling of it whenever op portunity offers hoping that it may ie the means of saving other lives LorsalebvZ Wayne Griffin Bro m r- Mr Bryan wants to swing back to card Harrisburg as soon as possible Promptness Is essential The Penn ylvania Steel Company these has just advanced wages ten per cent af lectlng nearly 7000 men and other oncers may be contemplating a slmi ar move Lisbon N II Herald m The men who are so blatantly at tacking the administration are not the men who have faith in the republic They are of the same stilpe as the men who did not believe the Federal Nasal CATARRH In all Its lUgei there should be cltanUceii Eljs Cream Dalm cieaaceootheandheaithe It cures cttarrhud drlrea sway a cold la the Stead quickly Cream Balm II placed Into the noetrllf ijmlt over tbe membrane and I absorbed RellifU Im mediate and a cure follow Jill Dot drjlncdoci not produce sneezing Large Size M cents at Drug lists or l f mill I Trial SUe 10 centi by malL ELY BliOTUEIlS SO Warren Street New York II Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineJarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Curo for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed anJ the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 26o SOc and 100 Sizes DC CIIDC tr 1 I I AM 88 YEARS OLD oihlntfulltdw n Uwl HlIunrrs IetmiUeVtdutb Government could hold the Union of States Intact and who shouted that the war is a failure But the Union was held together and the in telligent men in the States that strove to set tip a confederation oi States were the quickest to realize when the end came that the Union was to be preferred to two republics Wilming ton Del New- sRemarkable Curo of Rheumatism KENNA Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wile had an attack of rheumatism which con fined her to her bed for over a month and rendered her unable to walk a step without assistance her limbs be ing swollen to double their normal size Mr S Maddox insisted on my using Chambelalns Pain Balm I purchased a City cent bottle arid used It according to the directions and the next morning she walked to bteaklast without assistance in any manner and the has not had a similar attack since A B Parsons For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m If tea and coflee cups ate rinsed In cold water before being washed in soapy water they will not become stained The hot soapsuds act as a mordant on the tannin of tea or cof fee and so fix the stain on the china April Ladies Home Journal S Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hathaway has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to day to stand at the head ol his pro fession in this line His exclusive method of treatment for Vericocelc and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent of all cases In the treatment ol Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his of fice or by mall Address J Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf Three years of the McKinley term have brought prosperity to the coun try What would three years of Bryan have done To use the language of Paul Kruper the price would have been such that it would have stagger ed humanity Peoria 111 Journal Walkers Tonic contributes to men tal cheerfulness and enables the runs cular system to wthstand fatigue Walkers Tonic antagonizes Heart Failure It is a nerve tonic allaying pain dueto nervous tension It sUm ulates the digestive organs and in creases the appetite Good druggists sell it m a It is no wonder McKinley looks with favor on a visit to Pittsburg There are sights in the town of smoke stacks that ate encouraging to a Republican statesman Pittsburg Times p Just as Good hen ever a druggist tells you he has something just as good tor coughs colds grip etc as Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey he Is think- Ing of his profits and not of your welfare Good druggists will sell you what you ask for and you can ask for nothing as good as Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Good druggists sell it m a Another triumph of Republican statesmanship the gold standard will soon be on the statute books Repub- lIcan platform pledges are made to be carried outEriePa Dispatch J Hylers DyspepsiaTablets pleasant easy to take and give parmanent reo lid 30 days treatment ff Mailed on receipt of price tf MURDOCK CURS Co Atlanta Ga Mamma asked the daughter ot a Republican who had been listening to a conversation on the general deprav ity of the Democratic party are Democrats born wicked or do they grow wicked alterwatd The moth er true to her patty colors replied Tmy are born wicked and grow worse Minneapolis Tribune 4 4 For all internal and external puns andaches Dr Bells Anti Pain is an instant relief It is the most wonder ful pain killer ever discovered Try it m S It is getting somewhat difficult to keep track of alt the wage advances constantly being announced through the country The H C Frick Coke Company yesterday made a substan tial addition to the wages of 20000 employes In a speech made before the united commercial bodies ol New York on the evening of the loth inst Governor Roosevelt gave expression to a sentiment which is self evident but which is quite frequently ignored He said Every now and then we need to be reminded that if we kill the capitalist the laborer goes too We cant give prosperity t9 the man with the dinner pall except by giving prosperity to all Thats a truism which it ought not to be necessary to repeat but which it IsNew York Iron Age All industries with some rude prov log exceptions such as anthracite coal and coal oil are Protected and have become Protected bcause in the ommetcial evolution 01 the one conn ty on earth which can supply prac tlc lIy all its own wants they have needed and received Protection Consequently the Piottction ot every Industry is the one policy to which ell other policies foteign or dora tcj must give way There is no aC- eplare for a hirsch In A 11 II There I nil eaff lint for a bitMtt in a chiiu New Yurt Push pT WHY DR HATHAWAY CURES Reasons for Ills Marvelous Success Ills New Free Hook Dr llnthnwny method oftrrotnientIunoepcrInient twenty yours of cspcrl core In Hie most eaten Site practice of aur- speclallt In Mi lino In wfradtIIteJ boost medical colleges In tile OIlOlr and infect ed Ills rKxllrtl and lunrl enl education by oxtcn praetlcoEarlycries wide iUccd him at the head of lili profct don ai a specialist In treating whit Sty generally known M private diteasea of men and women Till system of treatment lie has more and more earl yuar until day hIs cure are so Invariable as to be Urn inarrel of the medical professionEnjoying tim largest practice of any specialist In the world lio still maintains n system of nomi nal fees which makes It KM II O for all to obtain servicesDr trcat and cures Lost of VItality Varlcocele Stricture Hlood rolsontng In IU dif ferent stages KlicunuUsm Weak lurk Nerr ousuest all manner of Urinary Complaints Ulcers Sores and Skin Diseases llrlgut Disease D4 alt forms of Kidney TronWes Ills treatment for undertoned men restores lost vitality and makes the patient a strong well vigorous man Dr Ilatliaways success In the treatment of Varlcocele and Stricture without the aid of knife or tauter Is phenomenal The patlrut Is treated by this method at his own home without pain or loss of unto from business This Is positively the only treatment which cures without an operation Dr Hathaway calls the particular attention of sufferers from Varlcocele and Stricture to pages Z72tS9 30 and 31 of his new book entitled Manliness Vigor Health a copy of which will applicationWrite and symptom blank mentioning your complaint J NSWTON HATHAWAY AI D irllathaway I eo309 Church Street NuihTlllr Trno lE TIOrTill I IAIKK WhEN WRITING When Almsgiving Is a Sin- S Tho Manufacturer Who Pays Fair Wages Is tho True Benefactor tlIt is no exaggeration to say that the use of money Is a test of character and a revelation of a mans nature writes Ian Maclaren ol The Genteel Tramps In Oar Churches In the April Ladles Home Journal There are men who lose money by their fool ishnessWastrels there are men who spend it on their vices Prodigals there are men who hoard it with jeal onsy Misers there are men who lay it out in welldoing they are the Wise Men When I say well doing I am not thinking oi that unreasoning and indiscriminate charity which whether it take the form of alms to a lazy vag abond or a large benefaction for the creation of paupers is a curse and not a blessing a sin and not a duty We are not to read in a mechanical fashion the advice of our Lord to the young ruler to sell his possessions and give to the poor for though that might have been the only pledge of sincerity he could give in that day it would be a great calamity in our day Whatever may have been the case in an dent times there can be no question that in our day the man who estab lishes a manufactory in a small town and pays fair wages does ten times more good than he who would use his wealth to found an almshouse It goes to every partMurdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fever and all forms of Catarrh Price r mailed on receipt ol price See adver tisement tf MURDOCK CURS Co Atlanta Ga A recent appeal in one of the big towns Connecticut for contributions to the Bryan Fund netted after pay ing 12 J2 per cent commission to the collector the munificent sum of 437 II the lunds continues growing at that rate until election the Democratic pie eaters will have to go hungry San Francisco Chronicle a a C4IBTOnX4Bears tie Ito Kind Yon Haw Alwars Boo kl Blguture of 6 Tho Best In the World We believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the best in the world A few weeks ago we suffered with a se vere cold and a troublesome cough and having read their advertisements in our own and other papers we pur chased a bottle to see If it would eflect us It cured us before the bottle was more than half used It is the best medicine out for colds and coughs The Herald Andersonville Ind For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bra tn Raising wages has become so common over the country that even Colo nel Bryan is no longer embarrassed by having his attention called to occas ional casesPlttsburg Times The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of swamp Oat Work U JUJ laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so deceptive Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the bloodthe albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dis covery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles U has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent frea by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y IJId mention this paper 1 Added Strength I Capt Henry Drlslor 22 Years With Harpers Becomes AsI soclated with the Frank Leslie Publishing House I An important change and one of special interest to the niagpzlne publishing fraternity is the resignation last week of Captain Henry Drlsler Irom Harper Brotherswhere he has j held positions ol trust and responsibility t or nearly a quarter centurythe past ten years having been advertls tng manager of all the Harper period icala I Capt Drislers wide circle of friends j in the publishing trade will be pleased to know that he has purchased sub I stantial Interest in Frank Leslies Popular Monthly and the other props cities of Frank Leslies Publishing House He has been elected a Director i and Treasurer of the Leslie house and will in conjunction with Mr j Frederic L Colver the President manage the companys affairs A con I tinuance of the remarkable progress of Frank Leslies Popular Monthly as- a ten cent magazine is assured by this new connection and Captain Drislers1 added experience bids fair to further the line of advancement Mrs Frank Leslie remains as editor with Mr Henry Tyrrell as managing editor Mr H M Rnton sit manager and Mr Charles Schwelnler as me chanlcal superintendent Mr F C t lappe the Secretary and Messrs Chas D Robert C Wilson adverIUsingquired an interest in the stock of the company p I C4STOnX4Stan tit Atop Bctittt BJpatare thocti01 I The continued prosperity and hap piness of this great countty do not de j pend on whether or not a little island in the West Indies shall have free sea cess to onr potts Neither do the co1 tlnued success and popularity ot the present national administration Kansas City Mo Journal be any COULD NOT lIE HKTTKR MADE MOUE CONVENiENT MORE DURABLE MORE HANDSOME MORE IF YOU PAID KOtIl TIMES TIlE PRICE ASK FOR IT Ready for Use when received No Trouble No Bother 27000 Physicians antI 1000000 Happy Users recommend our Cabinet in tho highest and strongest no or in Hnitrd on a rhalrvlth the heAdoatnld tirratb Inlf Pun alrni enjoys nt home for 3c rnrhall ol luffIngeSectiotVnpor hath perfumed or meditated If desired letter and cheaper than any treatment At Turk Ih Hath Itooiun NnnlturlDina nd Hot Sprinim NO NIMIMK TO OIKltA rK Before retiring 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