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U OJUbb1ng BatesTb Hartford republican and Ioij1vlll Commercial one 3eILr lrIt4 TtlkConrlerJournal lIG ualvllle lilnpnuh New York Tribune uHome and 1arm 123 Ohio 13M Ht fonlllolllobeieniocrnt 110- H New York TrMVeell Tribune 123 I tleraphl TennCounnerrlaMppenl IU Fine Job Work a OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE IV TIE 1 a iF XII HARTFORD KY FRtDAYI APRIL 13 1900 a c = HUGHES TONIC Palatable I Bottorthan Tho Old Itoliablo Excellent Gonoral Tonic as well as- A Sure Cure for CuLLS and FEVER n L IT NEVER FAILS Just what ypu nood at this season MILD NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed by DiuggMs S Dont take any substitute SCc and Sr Bottles 38 PlD 9SlD na M L HEAVUIN 1 Attorney at LaxHARTFORD KY Win practice bts profwlon In nil the court of OIAIlImllpcII ERNEST WOODWARD AT LAW MrllKMlY KY Will prattle hU proftlon U all th court of Ohio county ntid tourt of Appeal icIrurefal ronld ratloii given all to him C E SMITH ATTOIINKY AT LAW titrriiiiu KY Will practice blelroll4Ib In illtho mart nl Ohio 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practice hi protnwlon In nil theourtofOhio and adjoining ronntlr Hwclal attention will be given to nil bunluen entrnled to hi care I I Collection a ipwlally JNO B WILSON ili ATTORNEY AT LAW KY c Kneclal attention given to rollectlffni making r Iablratl 4e alo Notary Public for Uhlo roan north ulcle public nnare HARVEY W PRUDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHTFOKI KY nldlolnInKE P NEA- LAttorneyt at Law I HARTFORD KY Will iiractliT hi prolVMlon In nil the court of Kentockj special ntttntlon allen to collection settlement 01111 relates rond cane and Offltti npHtnlni tlrlflln block J 8 R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW lIa4 HARTFORD KY Will practice hi prof wlon In alt the court ol Oblo and Adjoining ronntlm and the Court of Ap I peal attention given to nil bnilncm IrCIn Office In llirunLiCAN building 1 R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hi protmlon In therourUof Ohio and adjoining conntle Also Notary labile 11 Wboenthink WantedAnctIOraelmpiIProud Mej they m brlnfvou nltbWrIt JOHN UUnlC It CO Attor ur Waibluton D o or theIr iai offer Wild or two Invention wantedI IPATENTS GUARANTEED Our fee returned If we fall Any one lending sketch and description ol any re our free concerning the patentability of aame How to Obtain a Patent request Patents secured through us advertised sale at our U boe Patents taken out through us receive tprefal t c without In TUB PATENT RECoan p journaltBend for sample copy FREE VICTOR J EVANS AddreIPatent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON D c andWalikty Fttitiat homo with OI r D1YA1UM 1 Bit II WOOLlF 01 1M North rTor kl u THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN rOETnCOEtIOLDT2CTISubscription yearI I TWO VERY Owe Health and Hi Hon Win ToUDtblood Auditor for lbs jmiMlor Washington D 0 Dec 10 1808 Poruna Ornt Mrg Co Columbus Oi Gentlemen Ivo often heard of your great niooilno and have persuaded my wife who has boen much of a sufferer from catarrh to try Peru na and after using ono b tllo she hu wonderfully Improved T hu proved all you have claimed for and I take pleasure In recommend It to anyone who li af QlctoJ with eaUrrli Your Wm Young blood Auditor for the Interior Catarrh In a various forma li rapidly becoming a national curse An un doubted remedy hu been discovered by Dr Hartman This remedy lisa been thoroughly tested during the put forty years Peru na cure catarrh in sit stages and phuei There U no rem edy tbat can be substituted Dm aI1oegiweaiunlenator W C Undiuty and W J Ifetx IteprwMitntlve II smith llcpnwnlnilve ohl untylt Jnnmirln inrrull M A- A11k Huwnn llullirook titer urn mtoolnnrr 11 II Like Trml Jury Kuml M T HIIOrtll hartford Deputy MiiiHT U HTIthirdMuadayi lIarlandSfCnart ronrciwn tint Monday In each month MondayinCourt otllalm TonTMim lint Monday In Jan nary Tnrwivy nftrr iwnind Monday In in tolxr Othrr rr SloiUjr Nnrrryor Nkrrrr O II FordiTllI Eon ItuKvn school HaprrlntradMit llnrtlord I W Coroner Sulphur HrIIttwbrrl II II Taylor V A Hour lentrtownErbruary li May W Annul 97 So llotiO Septeoabr6Septemletseptenibr54olabIMT W llnrrrlt Olaton W J Stow art Manda J II IVnnU Irrntl Jerome Allen Jingo I I Nrlon llutor- drtoilfflouai O rrtcon- U K Cbirch Konth 8er ln i third Sunday In Mtu nioulh Ktlln m and In rn aunt fourth Sunday at r p m Irayrr neetlngerrry Wrdni day errnlix Her J C IVtiU 1iutor- llaptliit Canrrb SrrTkm lirld mind Sunday In earn month at II a m ant 7 p in Irnyer fleet alilladInbnmSchool Trniree HartfnrdJa P Ulllrr J M VsoodburyTinlgy MattinglyShelbyOacrot Ceeiotieo VednedayKnights ol riuitymeeinl and fourth Sat nrday night SatturdaygirttindavHough Hirer Lulge No no Knight of Pythias mwtaerery Tnrdny night PrMton reg alu meeting uturdaytforilratsunalay la each- month inritedtoI IoIeAI ANn tlIJt ATII CATARRH t Nothing but local remedy or change of climate will Cure Catarrh y7The 110111 JIYS CREAM BALM It is quickly ab sorbed Gives re I EADandNatal Passages Allays Inflammation Heals antI Protects the Membrane Restores the senses of taste and smell RegWar gists or by mall ELY BROTHHRS- U Wartm Strut New York Ladrippo destroys the health by paralyzing the nervous system there by undermining the very foundation upon which life and health are built When tho disease gets abold on Its victim It fills the blood with myriads of tho disease germs which find their way to the little nerve centers scattered throughout the body and there begin their work ot destruction Then follows the congestion of the small blood vessels chilliness fever cough sore throat sneezing running at the eyes splitting headache and pain in the spine It is this intol erable aching of the body In general and the sudden loss of strength which piovca beyond a doubt that LaGrlppo Is a disease of the nerves TIle best method of combating the NENT PUBLIC MEN to Congressman Howard from Jabara WASHINGTON Feb 4th 1689 Poruna Drug Mfg Co Columbus OI GentlemenI have taken Pornna now for two weeks and flud I am very much relieved I feel that my curo will bo permanent I have alto taken U for la grjppe and I take pleasure In recom mending Peruna u an excellent remedy to all fellow sufferers Very Respectfully MW Howard Congressman Howard homo address U Fort Payne Ala Any man who wishes perfect health must bo entirely free from calarrh Ca tarrh wellnigh universal almost om nipresent Peruna is tbo only absolute safeguard known A cold is the beginning of catarrh To prevent coMa to cure ooldii to cheat catarrh out ol Its victims Address Dr Hartman Co lumbus 0 for a free catarrh book DYSPEPSIA For txrean I waimTlctlmofdT epla In Its worst form 1 could tat notbin but mlllt tout and it tlmeamy ttcmuch would not retain and dlzest even that Last March I began taking CASOAKETS and since then I have steadily Jrec1 until I am as well as I ever was In DAVID H Munrnr Newark O CANDY CATHARTIC tHAOIUMN MMTIKO flaGoodCURE CONSTIPATION IUfU f atml C HI nk ts M lril S lth ill drugrtwnuHeads with you whether eontlnn the- areSilItgtobaeruhnbit II 0T0 1- 4ma u tbaeo with 1 P JJt al do 5 loss ai so IIDlllnttle or ws rfund mon1 oaI=c cug ItnJ law leek ST train with ef tabl curedLfbopeUta tillays at least two third nf all ymptomi remor ed TMtlmonlal and TIll DATS treatment free CE B I GUUS son llox ICAttantaUa Illinois Central Railroad rllmt and Stoat Popular Hoot to Memphis New Orleans ANn AM 1MIIVTM IS AKKANMAN TKXN MEXICO AND CAIirUltMA ills IJghteilVmtlhnltHl Train with Cta Can Pnllmnn sleeper and Free Iterllnlng ChalrCarato Memphis and New Urlenn Pnllmnn Tourist Car lent IxinlNvlllA every Thursday night and run through to Cnlllornlii via New orleans and the Month Pacific Kanwt llante Double berth rate pro1ortionittel Tho Truo Wintor Routo to California No Blizzards Cold Woathor Snow- Blockades For partIcular write to J It HolIU Traveling Pawenger Agent for I C II It Louisville Ky AIo itch him to eeni a 1101 the southern Home Seekers Oulde whlvh Ia replete with Inter eotliiK Inlurmatlon concerning the Southern terri tory It will tw mailed to yonfree On tho flirt and thin Tnmday of cinch month Home Seeker ticket are cold to Southern and routbvctern- rolnt at 8ieclal lowltategood toretnrn within days from date ut tale UUml stopover nmingement A H HANSON Q P A- cncAOO tLL C=rj W AKELLONDA G P A xovc xc cT deadly effects of disease and restor ing the nerves is to feed them and no medicine yet dis covered contains so much nervo and brain food and so many and health as Dr Miles N rvlne This truly treat remedy quiets the Irritated nerve centers cools the feverish brow and soothes the tired brain to sweet refreshing restful sleep It brings back the lost appetite the digestion overcomes the eXCel give waste of the system and replaces tho vitality and that disease bad robbed It of Dr Miles Nervine cures the grip Lut winter I had a very severe attackof the grip and try as I might I could not ret over It For months I suffered with a knit HE WAS AGREEABLE Would LotthoOld Undo Shoot If Ho Found Him In Such- a Position This young fellow is engaged to a pretty Detroit girl but they dont care to publish the bans until alter Lent This disturbs an Irascible old uncle of hers who baa a daughter of his own too much aster his own style to be a favorite He took it upon himself to I send for the young man the other day Are you going to marry that niece of mine be asked sternly when they were alone in the inner office Iardon me sir but I must decline to answer She has a father and a mother and Im on good terms with them I fall to 1t1 that it is your at fair Theres a whole lot that you tail to see young man Im really the head of our family and Ill not shirk my duty Hr parents are a couple of chumps Are you or are you not You force me to say sir that it is none of your infernal business and that you are just what I heard you ware a sour old curmudgeon See here sonny Ill not bandy words with the likes of you but if you had been going with my daughter us I long as you have my niece I wouldnt do a thing but put a revolver to your head informing you that If you didnt marry her Id shoot And Id beg of you to shoot Detroit Free Press aTwo Not long ago a Boston clergyman received an evening call from an eld erly man and woman who expressed a wish to be joined in the bonds of mat rimony then and there Have you ever been married be lore asked the clergyman of the man an honest eyed weather beaten person of seafaring aspect Never and never wanted to be be fore was the prompt reply And have you ever been married before the question came to the wo manNo sir She replied with equal and with a touch of hns inor that appealed to the clergyman at once she added I never had a chancel speedilyfused to take any fee telling the bride with a twinkle in his eye that it had been a to officiate which he would have been sorry to mlssIYouths Companion Blood Poison Cured by B B B llollle Free 10 Nil Heren Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patent medicine treatment quickly yield to B B B Bot ante Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Have you mucuous ThroatjItching Skin Swollen Glands Still I Joints Copper Colored Spots Chan cres Ulceration on the body Hair and eyebrows tall out Is the skin a mass of boils pimples and ulcers Then this wonderful B B B specific bodyIntofrom eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B drains the poison out of the system so the symptoms cannot return B BB builds up the broken down constitu tion and improves the digestion SoI sufferers may test B B B a trial bot tie will be given away free of charge B B B for sale by druggists at Sr- per large bottle or 6 large bottles full treatment SS Complete directions with each bottle Be sure the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm For trialI bottles address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and Free medical advice given 3 Grip Hangs On R destroys the Nerve Force the Fills the BloodwIth Millions of Poisonous Germs and Opens wide the Door for Disease and Death Driven out with Dr Miles Nervine brokendown strengthen- Ing rcstorlng qualities stimulates strength engaged crossgrained Answers promptness privilege ble pain in rajr DICK my legs seemea co heavy that I could scarcely lIft them and I was to nervous and rettUu that I could not sleep at night I would be more tired In the morning than when I retired loot all de lire for food and became so despondent and filledwith gloomy forbodlngs that I loot all ambition for workIn fact I had the blues in the worst way I tried several kinds of medicine without getting any help and fit nally commenced taking Dr Miles Nervine It brought iweet rest and refreshing sleep almost the first night and after using five bottles I wu perfectly cured I now enjoy a good nights sleep my nervous system Is restored to its normal condition and I am myself again thanks to Dr MUss Nervlna- CHAILKS IDIWAELI Prosecuting Atty Roscommon Mich Dr Miles Nervln Is sold at all druggists on a positive guarantee Write for freo advice and booklet to Da Muu ManiCAT Ox KlVhart lad ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE4 Citizens Who Are Fighting for Liberty and Better Government V State Their CaseA Plain Duty of Every Decent Citizen 1 f The committee selected by the cltl- zens who met at Lexington March 22 jln the interest of better government in jlentucky and started a movement looking toward that end completed its labors a Sew days ago and presents to the citizens of the State of whatever political faith the following address which explains itself I Tug ADDRESS Inasmuch as this State is now pass- Ing through a crisis whichat its pres ent stage almost verges upon revolu thin and which bids fair if not check Sjto destroy our rights as citizens and subvert our civil institutions it becomes us as free citizens lawnhidi lngliberty lovlng citizens of the Commonwealth to consider the causes which have produced this alarming condition and to devise proper and effective means for their removal and for the restoration of peace order happiness and security in our borders We affirm that the originalource- of the present distracted and distressful condition of affairs is to be found in a partisan election law passed by the General Assembly in the session of 1894 This law made it possible for one party to control the election machinery in every precinct and every county in the State as well as in the State as a whole In consequence of tula partisan control of elections great frauds and outrages on a free and fair ballot were perpetrated in nearly all sections of the State but In the lace of all this good citizens of all parties united to defeat this partisan measure and by the certification of its ardent I friends and supporters secured aver diet oi condemnation from the people in the election of November 7 1899 The friends of civil liberty through out the State and the whole country rejoiced at this signal triumph of the people the officers elected in spite of its unfairness entered upon the per formance of their duties and the ex citement of the campaign being over the a Baits of the State government be gan to flow in their accustomed channels and there was every prospect for a peaceful prosperous and successful Administration as well as for the speedy repeal of the iniquitous law that had alarmed every true Democrat and honest Republican in the State This pleasing prospect was wholly destroyed and the State again thrown into feverish excitement and almost into the throes ofa revolutionary struggle by the unexpected unwar ranted unjustifiable procedure of the managers of the party defeated at the polls in attempting overthrow and render void the decision oi the people by means of a socalled contest before partisan tribunals prescribed before hand by the same law which placed the election itself in partisan hands This socalled contest was decided up on in the caucus of party leaders in which those who were by this law to be the jurors in the contest were present and advised the contest to be made In the case of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor members of the Legislature before whom the contest was to come urged a contest upon the with the assurance given beforehand that the result could not be in doubt as they themselves were the judges and their minds were al ready made up The same assurance was also given to the minor candidates by the partisan board before whom their cases had to come All parties on the defeated side be- Ing thus assured of success In advance the contest for Governor was entered upon and at its very beginning by a trick of fraud or strategera which was exposed at the time the committee which was to hear the evidence and report on the merits of the case was made to consist of ten men who were staunch supporters of Senator Goebel and of one man adhering to another party In hearing the evidence and conducting the contest methods of procedure were adopted which were unprecedented unknown and unheard of in judiciary or parliamentary prao tire Arbitrary urjust and urjustl liable rulings were made Competent I testimony on one side was excluded I and Incompetent testimony on the other was admitted The members oi the committee whose sole duty it was to decide the merits of the case acted the part of attorneys and labored with zeal and earnestness to fulfill the promise given in the caucus to place those in office and power who had been defeated and rejected by the peoI pie This committee refused to hear any evidence of fraud or intimidation in Covington and in other localities where it was publicly known that the greatest outrages upon a free ballot and a fair count were committal They gave earnest consideration and great weight to mere opinions of par than police officers and ward bummers of Louisville who testified that it was their belief that the presenceol the militia in the armory kept many from voting when said witnesses could not indicate n single instance in I which happened or mention a single mAn who had been prevented from j voting by the militia At the same time they treated lightly the testi mony of the best citizens of Louis ville men of the highest standing in all parties and in all circles of society that the election in that city was the most quiit and peaceable that had been held there for years that there was no fraud except what wai perpe trated by the election officers in tire interest of Mr Goebel and his col leagues that the presence oi the militia in the armory deterred no one from visiting the polls and casting his vote in accordance with his sentiments that it had been customary to assemble the militia at the armory on election days for several years and that In their opinion their presence on November 7 had prevented possi ble riot bloodshed and destruction to propertyIn examination of the question of thin ballots it was conclusively shown that for every Republican county using them at least two Dem ocratic counties could be found which hat used precisely the same kind of ballotIn face of the most convincing and conclusive evidence that what ever fraud or intimidation was committed was done by those who con trolled the election and not by those who had no opportunity to commit it the farcical contest continued with every indication that the intention was to reverse the decision of the peo pie and set up an oligarchy of self appointed officers under the provision of this partisan law Excitement ran high and good people of all parties plainly saw that civil liberty would be an outcast and dishonesty en throned in power if the iniquitous proceedings continued to their des tined culmination Members of the General Assembly were unseated and those defeated were give their places to aid in carrying out the evil designs of the party man agers At this time ofgreat excitement and burning indignation when deeds of violense were likely to be committed at any time as has always been the case in similar circumstances the State and country were shocked by the assassination of Senator Goebel the one commonly supposed to be the leader of the party aiming to over throw the will of the people by means of the provisions of a law which bears his name With this deed of violence and its perpetrator perpetrators we have no sympathy We demand that every lawful means be made use of to bring him or them to the dar of jus tice but we affirm what the world al ready knows that those who at tempted to substitute the will of pack ed prejudiced predetermined juries for tbat of the people are responsible for all the evils ansI the violence that have taken place with all that has oc curred to defame our fair State to Involve her citizens In a vast debt to obstruct the operations of our govern ment to drive capital from our bord ers and repel investment from enter ing The socalled contest which was not a contest but simply a part of a stupendous machine to deprive citizens of thelnrights is morally re sponsible for all the disasters which have come upon us and for those which must inevitably follow This contest was not one of individuals bnt a party contest predetermined by an Every Monththere are thousands of wO- men who nearly suffer death from irregular menses Some times the period comes too often sometimes not often enough sometimes the flow is too scant and again it is too profuse Each symptom shows that Nature needs help and that there is trouble in the organs concerned Be careful when in any of the above con dltlons Dont take any and every nostrum advertised cure female troubles toI BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR is the one safe and sure medicine for irregular or pain ful menstruation It cures all byirregularityrhoca falling of the womb I nervousness pains in the head back breasts shoulders sides hips and limbs By regulating the menses so that they occur every twentyeighth day all togetherJust I get a bottle and see how much good it will do you sell it at i DmggistsI Send for our frll book Health for Womn I TUB BRADHE1D REGULATOR CO ATUITA GA J The Readers of The Hartford Republican can get tie Louisville Evening Now Is the time to pay up fdr TheRepublican and get the two papers one year for only 250 Specialty FUIT VOL CalomolQulnlno LAXATIVE ATTORNEY MOllTONA- TTOUNEY HARTFORD Icrltuina1prctice PROMI DIlnED ippiness Peruna Reduces Vitality candidates PostforI50 iniquitous law in case of defeat at the polls a contest waged only because it placed all power in the hands of the defeated party who never would have contested before an impartial tribunal The death of Senator Goebel thus brought about by his friends who are solely responsible for the condition which made deeds of violence prob able if not inevitable has been seized upon by the enemies of civil liberty as a means of turning the attention of the people from the real issues which face them and of making them disre gard the dangers by which they are surrounded They try to make it ap pear that this deed of violence perpe trated by some political or personal enemy no one knows by whom was the result of a conspiracy of RepublN cano and antlGtxbr1 Democrats and honorable men are arrested on mere suspicion on warrants sworn out by irresponsible persons They are held in custody and denied a hearing and every means known to depraved hUt man ingenuity are made use ol to en gender bitterness against all who opposed the election ol Mr Goebel An appropriation of 100000 bas been made not for the apprehension and punishment of the assassin bnt to be used by a committee under the direction of an unscrupulous import ed lawyer in apprehending the criminal Such an enormous appropriation to be used in such a manner by such persons amounts simply to an im mense corruption fund for purchasing perjured testimony and evidences of this are already apparent in numerous alleged confessions In this condition with a corruption fund of 100000 for purchasing testimony and an ap propriation ot another 100000 to arm and equip State guards to be placed under the control of the oligarchy now attempting to control the State not only are the political lightsI of all who oppose Goebelism wrested from thembut their lives and liberties are also to be placed in jeop ardySuch in brief are some of the causes which have placed us in our perilous position and such is the condition In whichwe find ourselves This being the case as we verily and honestly believe It behooves all who prize their liberty to organize to resist by every legitimate means this encroachment upon the civil and per sonal rights of rights of freedom love ing citizens With this object in view we set forth the following statement of the purposes and principles of an organization to be formed to be known as the Liberty League of Kentucky- i This organization is to be non partisan and nonsectarian in its composition its workings and its objects men of any and all parties and ofany creed or no creed may become members of this organization the only conditions of membership being such as are stated below 3 Believing the partisan law now on the statutes in its worse than par tisan application to be the sole cause of the evils and dangers which now beset usall members must be unalterably opposed to this law and in favor of its speedy repeal and of the enacts ment of a nonpartisan election law which can not by any possible manip ulation work for the overthrow of the willof the people the primal source of nil power in a republic 3 In the execution of this under lying purpose no member of the organization is to vote for any State or county officer who is not firmly opposed to the continuance of this law or of any partisan election law on our statutes 4 All who join the organization must be men of courage and convic tion of duty who are willing to use all legal and constitutional means to preserve civil liberty even to the extent of taking up arms and battling for their political liberty as guaranteed in Bill of Rights X 5 We recommend that organizations along the lines above indicated be formed in all sectlens of the State and that for this purpose thecbalrman of this meeting select an organizer in each Congressional district who shall be authorized to appoint an organizer in each county said county organizer being further authorized to appc lot lo cal organizers in his county RODNEY HAGGARD Chmn D GRAY FALCONER Stcy Dont ToUcco Spit mil Smoli Tour 11ft Iwsy- To quit tobacco eiully and forever bo mag lactic lull ol life nerve and vigor take KoTo Dae the wonderworker that makes neaUmeo strong All druggists COa or II Cure guaran teed Uoohlet arid sample free Address Sterling llemedy Co Chicago or New York S S I The President and the Republican majority in the Houre have rhown however their teal good will toward both the people of the United States and ol Puerto Rico in a manner that will prove entirely satisfactory to a large majority of the voters ol the country Pittsburg Times Educate Yoar Bowels With Cuicaret foreverlOcDc The Democrats Ire giving thmiselves a great deal of unnecessalY un easiness over the alleged Republican dlQcicnces as toa Tariff for Porto Ri co The Republican puty thinks lor itself nnd usually to some purpose and with the result of setting fairly and satisfactorily the great questions with which it has to deal When it gets through with Porto Rico the pee pIe of that island will have no reason to complain The Democratic party which never yet exacted a piece of constructive legislation is occupying the usual position of fanlt finder and practicalTimes e v Slew Are Tour Kldaer I SampieThirty new cotton mills are to be built in North Carolina this year And yet there are spongy headed in dividuals here and there who complain that tines are no better now than they were three years ago when the mills already built in North Caro lina were IdleTrenton N J Gas zttte I CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnaturo of S The prosperity which has multiplied the trusts has also diminished the dis content ol the people However obs jectionable trusts my be prosperity with them is preferable to hard times without themKansas City Mo Journal r To Cure Constipation Forever osoItOur Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic today fIssion in this line His exclusive method of treatment for Vericocele and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent of all cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than specialistCasesphysicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge for officeHathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tfr It goes to every part Murdoclc Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fever and all forma of Catarrh Price Sr mailed on receipt of price See adver tisement tf MURDOCK CURE Co Atlanta Ga If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial It will not cost you a cent If it does no good One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and requiredbyfrostbites quinsey pains in the side and chest glandular and other swell- Ings are quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 and So cts marmay While speaking in New York the other night Mr Bryan said A dollar that rises in purchasing power Is just as dishonest as the dollar that falls in purchasing power We want a stable dollar A gruff voice in the back of the hall asked Well how do you think yore going to get jt Mr Bryan failed to answer He ducked His gas bag was punctured The admission that the silver dollar falls in purchasing powtr was fatal to Bryans argument Bentou 111 Res publican 1wanl in a womanly and may well look maternityIntelligent most essential An athlete trains for months before his trial Most women trialisathletes During the periodor gestation every woman shoul l use every means to strengthen the organs that arc to be perfecthealthorder or disease should be promptly- eliminated isdesigneddoing It for over years It is the one sure medicine for all female complaints It is the only medicine that be depended upon to practically abolish the pain danger preparationofularly graduated physician a skilled and experienced specialist in the cure of of women CovnLalong from the littlegirlI tried different doctors and dlfTerent tnedicinei rrncrtptlQlIaad rI- I p i Th 2 il Hartford Republican FON and LOW ROOER6 EdItors = lphoncualnc c 3 Ittmd FRIdays ty U Hartford Pub Colmorporat Entered it Hartford postoffici as second classinail matter FRIDAY APRIL 13 HERE is the object of the Demo cratic fiends at Franklort as ex pounded by PaperSackLepgedJii Andrew Scott II Tousle will icll tint I UiInK tie knowtieciin bOKT710rnllddr07 the IleiiiiMlcnn pert I Irelsiirr llm I can nrrnnRe lor noiigli ol the itipr prlntion for 007 lo make tIii end till wile comtorlnble lor time mt 01 their llrcs Cullon u ROIIIK lo sohicee In the mernlngnnd Tonlney tied bt tenet wlilleheran 1h money i going nml he might na well hnye tile hare THAT the Republican ticket wee elected fairly and honestly no inform ed honest man disputes But those engaged in the gigantic theft claim that they are proceeding according to the forms of law and that the peo pie should submit when the forms of law have taken their course Isnt that convincing argument Wno do you suppose is paymaetc for such confessions as James Andrew Scott attempted to draw from Youtsey through a distinguished fntherinlai and a brotherin law The pay is to come out of that 8100000 reward fund which Scott said WIli going and that YouUey had as well put in his claim and get a share That comes out of the pocket of the taxpayer What do you think of it IT is gratifying to know that of the host of Republicans who have called at this office since the beginning of the contest not one has expressed himself against the course of the Republican State officials Diligent inquiry establishes the fact that there is not a dissenting voice in the ranks of the Re publican party Not a man who vot ed for Gov Taylor in 99 would refuse to vote for him again TUE Democratic bosses in control of the persecution at Frankfurt are pret ty well stocked with cheap John and Golden confessions They must now be genuine as Campbell or Goebe direct Notwithstanding that they have advertised for and hunted down confessions in their eagerness to get confessions they now do not care for any confession except that it involves one or all of three men They do not care how many you charge it must be one or all of three men or you get no pay TilE Hartford Heiald is rather in sistent that we prove by two reputable men that its editor does not do the writing for that sheet in fact it proposes a wager of 820 to each ot the editors of THE REITIILICAX to prove that a lawyer assists in the editorial work on the Btrald That we may not misrepresent we quote the prefer Herald wrllwUn poor ninii In not nt nilTOT othln work lint be wife n the promlw that be will mnko TilE llKli BIICAN men II piwot of u f90 bill Htibwprorlilril they will for felt tlw name amount If they th will lIOJIVe by lwrone that b- I ionnWbfnOt thU lott apear4I- n thnlmit loue of the llcnilil the tinrent lone and for ft uumlier of wetk Jiint previous extend lug tmik n l iif mrr four ywir then cvptloHH above mentioned lu answer to this we respectfully advise that we do not make our living by gambling therefore we must decline the wager But wo have it from the ups ofa Democrat that at least twothirds of the editorial writing for the Herald has been done by a certain lawyer in this town Thi is suflicient knowledge for us It comes from a man whose social and moralstanding is unquestioned We are sanguine that there is another power behind the lleralaa throne save him whose name appears as iu editor and here we are willing to rest our judgment THE term confession ia being used of late in many and varied forms so muchas to confuse its real meaning in the minds of many people Web ster defines a confession ns acknowl edgement avnwalespccially in a mat ter pertaining ones self t lie adnhisaiolI of a debt obligation or crime etc Ordinarily Websters definition is con sidered excellent but in extraordinary times and under extraordinary cir cumstances in absence ofa better term its meaning is warped and twist ed to suit the case In the sense of the Golden confession it menus to talk lito gass to faint to lie to gucsslito gate to faint to faint to faint etc all for 87500 Iu the Culton con fecsion it means by contract tell what you know and you shall have 85000 of the 8100000 fund guaran teed by Tom Campbell In the sense it means to paroltygoingyou had as well have your share its going to sweeten exileJames Andrew Scott These last flefinitione given the term by force of circum stances are remarkable indeed To the unscrupulous thieving mind they soundsweetly But to the just con siderate and thoughtful they are ominous and indicate that the angels of the infernal regions are singing dirges about the grave of Democratic honor that a den of thieves must reign or perish Questions Frankly Answered The HeraM thinks it has asked some timely questions to the editors of TilE REPUBLICAN which we take pleasure in answering CJ I Are they In favor of pnlltlcnl rontmUl When the leaders ofa party declare as follows Von mnt out conut me nml you rant tount me out I hare the election tight there extent Inan tightly clenched flat where I had the ron ventlon The other MIOIu tho RepublIcan lacy ito the rotlner but wo Democrat will do the counting 4loelnl len W H Taylor will have to receive n great er majority than 18000 to be Kentucky1 next UoyernorVoodon I nm ready to bet my nonli unlvntlon ncnlni n counterfeit nickel that If then U nnyntenllti done In thin election the Itepabllcani will not do ItIIckburnThe ticket Jot nominated Unni to bert tnder the ojieratlon uf the UotU election law the mult li not left to chare Wnttenon And when the party with all the odds against it wins then we are Opt posed to a contest Q 2 Do they believe that no RepublIcan had anything to do with Uordotlxrii mwnwdniitlou Most assuredly wo do not believe any Republican had aught to do with the killing of Mr Goebel As prool of this judgment formed and expressed- we cite our inquiring contemporary to James Andrew Scotts demands of Witherspoon and French respectively brotherinlaw and fatherinlaw of young Youtsey if Yontney will tell what I think he known be ran hnmrTnylor nnd detniyxh lhlubileilfl part 1 fed tare thiit 1 ran iirrnnre fur enough of tbenpprojirlntloti fur Yontpey to make him and hli wife comfortable for the nt of their live fnllon U RoliiR to conftMi In the morning nni Youtwy had better get In while he ran The non ey hi frolniriiml he might ci well have bin than Q3 Iiuen either uf them knowwho pnnttM the little IInalr orerKapt II V MrtheMneyi name on the school iviifttin report antI for whn pnrpow As to the first part of the question we kindly inform the inquirer that the slips of paper were pasted over the name of H V McChcsney by Messrs J L Rowe Fon and Lon Rogers As to the latter part of the question we advise that the office of Superin tendent of Public Instruction of this State is in controversy and in order that there might be no question as to the legality of the census the Super intendent decided to supervise tin providiedin the case we give in full as follows Erron1Iteat on or before the flrnt day of June of eml Iiadinutrnctlon n report certified by the county Judw or clerk that the report In n tonret utatement as 00101hernnmliern ldlnK In each 1Ilrl tIIIodlb each city and each lnde eiiilent ill trlrtde irllieillij ItM uumtM r and he nhnll be Indlvlilually reHjmn itlble to the teacher or the district for any low rnntaliied by tail teacher or district by reanon of any IOM atolnIy ail teacher nrdlntrlct btO of on made v IbeIIortntou 01IrllltodApril by the truts not Inter than twentieth of March of iNch year boll notify tli chnlriunn the board of triwteen that the boon dark of the iistriet are nn rworded for the past tharigisiitvtnotice of patch hnnfmi oDd In due time Me that the nl l change are Included In tbedenriptlon ul the boundary entered In the UIItIPCrIr At the time nf ouch notice ho shall gIrt the ftnli chairman printed or written Instruction for tat Intr the census caution him mralniil reporting penon not legally belonging theretonnd ailing- his nttentlon to neitlon rt He nhnll baxe his re port upon the itnun taken luring the month of April and report thereof mode to him by the district troiea If ttreport nip not In from any district by the nf May the county to perlntendent xhall tnkenr have therennu of IIdistrict taken the cost of which Khnll be paid nf the county Iivynnd the fisealtourt may recov er from the delinquent trustee the amount so paid We have kindly answered all the questions the Herald asked us in aI manly way and we now desire to put some pertinent questions to the editor of the Herald or its atiumcd fWorand we trust they may be answered without any display of billingtgate slander Dp they approve Goebels statements above quoted Do they sanction Wattersons state ment to Belmont above quoted Do they endorse the statements of Blackburn and Wcodson above quot ed Do they approve of Scotts attempt to bribe the brotherinlaw and fath erinlaw ot Youtsey Do they believe that the Democratic ticket was elected by the popular vote of the people Do they approve the actions of the State board Poyntz Yonts and Fu- ltonin throwing out the counties of Jefferson Martin Johnson and Ma joflin in the case for the State offices and yet allow the Representatives from those disfranchised countes act in the capacity of legislators Do they now endorse the Goebel election law The white proiertyowiiliiK ni ctnblii pen 11f Kentucky ntv Kolng to control the govern nentnf this Iiiiionweii ii now and bereatier ind are going to legislate eome titfu uw and public dtietiry Into the bend of srio nr ngant mnneybain Mini their Hatelllte nml bung rHnn who have choen to alllllntepnlltlcally with AHNngaorant fleiHt iiI as many more vlclnux ind reilhamlxl Iunt haves The Mtruggle for lupremary I nbont over and the end will prove I n thlritutcnlt tins iii other Ktnte that only the people ilire capable of good government will 1w Mrmltted to gurecuIry Wooilnu In weni boro Messenger Do they sanction the above state ment fton Woodsou Wo think tnese questions of great moment to our readers and the readers of the Herald Will it answer them or will it nut The Herald Shown Up The Herald has twice quoted a part of an editorial which appeared in TilE lEiUiiucAN under date of March 23- This week it quotes only the last sentence or sub division of the thought expressed That all may again see what the wIndy Herald is blowing bout we here quote the paragraph I verbatim et literatim rhis latterday Ikmocriuy claim that Ilepub iIriiiis nnd hnne t Democrat stoic the election If ItepulillnllM did uteill tho clwtloll tho Deulo pu tNhiivliiffcoiitrolt if every precinct nth hilt iii they dlil then theyohnuld be manly enough to hut their head iitI say nothing If one party I c m lunch the Hlcr that It can bent another wiiiiIi hllo every advantage without oirptlnii Ih n the partvlieatiii I nut wine enough toad ilnlMcr tlieiilnlrof Wtute and ulionlil Slut UnI1 by the nple- If any individual can see in tho above paragraph antI admission that tepublicane antI Biown Democrats did steal the election or sanction of election fraud cud theft that same l GOV TAYLOR PROTESTS The Volley of Low Abuse and Falsehood Long Directed atHim By the Gutter Press Provokes a Public Statement FRANKFORT Ky April 0 Governor Taylor gave out tho followinj statement tonight Frankfort Ky April 0 UHID IlIor weeks I have been lnaie the target of ilifi certain un I principled newspapers in Kentucky The vilest insinuations have teen the most outrageous falsehoods hero been told Mlioii I was called to attend the funeral of a beloved brother it was seized upon as an attempt upon my to fly from justice Again when called to iiI homo h reason of the death of a dear sister tho fountains of abuse were opened and a flood of falsehood and ylnmlor poured forth ttpou mo the charge again being made that I was attempting to flee from the State On IllS last return to Frankfort the Louisville Times hastens to publish the statement that I was met nt the train anti escorted to my home by n squadof soldiers with a Galling gun There is not une word of trtli in the statement but nevertheless it is 1ubhisbeilend circulated to harm tiii Not content with this infamous ghoulish which with unblush ing audacity has followed me to the graves of my brother nnd sister oven the privacyof lit family has been invadodanil because my wife drew from the bank some moneyvithi which to pn the soKliers an attempt was made to impress the people she too was preparing to floe Once and for all I desire to a that neither directly nor indirectly had I any connection with the assassination of Senator Goebol 1allll1 citizen of this State amenable to its laws I nm not a criminal neither shall I ever be a fugitive from justice Whenever indicted if such an outrage should be I shall appear for trial conscious of my inno collect anti of the ultimate triumph of right nnd justice The whole purpose of this persecution has beennnd is to drive me from my post of duty nnd to t me the office to which I have fairly been elected Such n surrender I have not made nor will I make unless the highest court of this land should adjudge that I do so W S TAYIOK individual possesses the head of a goat or the brains of an ass It is plain English which he who runs may read He who sees admissions of fraudor sanction of theft and knavery therein looks through the shadow of ignorance as dense as that which hovers about the unfortunate benighted hotlentot The first sentence is a simple state ment of a fact The second is a con ditional proposition The conditions upon which it is basek being that the Goebel Democrats controlled the State board every county board without exception anti had supreme authority- over every precinct They had declared from a thousand stumps that if any stealing were done this time Republicans would not do it Con elusion drawn if under these circum stances the Republicans could beat the Democrats they the Democrats should be manly enough to shut their heeds and say nothing The last sen tence is a general conclusion based upon the supposition of the second What sensible man could see anything but this in the paragraph mentioned A character so base and mean as to warp the meaning ofa sentence in a manner to justify his own wayward and evil course is little above a villain TilE REPUIIUCAN never admit ted nor does it now admit that the Republican party stole the election But on the contrary it has repeatedly charged this LatterDayDemocrac with the responsibility of the awful state of aHairs which have existed iu Kentucky for the past ten menths That party did prevent thousands of voters from expressing their will in the last election There were precincts in Louisville and Lexington in which I the polls were never opened Hundreds of voters were standing at the polls waiting to vote when the voIle closed A young gentleman Iron this town whose home is now in LOUIS- Ville and whose word and honor were never questioned said that at his voting place in that city at least ICO voters were standing in line to vote when the polls closed Who were responsible The Democrats in charge of course And yet the unscrupulous and villainous Herald charges us with admitting Republican fraud In Nel son county because a dishonest clerk had Gov Taylors initials wrong on the certificates in the back of most of the poll books used in that county the Democracy which the Herald sup ports wanted to steal 1200 honest votes from Gov Taylor Still the blustery windy careless Herald charges us of admitting Republican fraud The party of the Heralds faith charged Republican intimidation in Louisville on account of soldiers in the armory when the truth is that the soldiers were not out of the armory until three hours after the polls closed but on this flimsy lying charge the Democrats threw out the entire vote of the city And still in the face of these antia thousand other facts against Democracy the noisy blustery windy gassy unscrupulous Herald charges us of admitting that the Republicans and Brown Demo crats stole the election In addition- to these awful truths which the brainless Herald is up against by its course it endorses the sentiments of Wm Goebel in which he declared The other fellow may do the vollnur lit wr democrat will do the oiniigI have the cil lit right where I huh the convention You nIt out ionnt me and yon rant roiint file out Likewise he drinks down tho words of Blackburn and Wattcrson It any tealliiKl lip thi time the Itipubll an wont do It The liemneriitlr tlikt Just lomlnated will surely bo elected Inder the op ration of the floihclileillon law lion restiit I not kit to chance In ordinary times would not an honest man blush for shame at even the thought of sanctioning the frauds above mentioned What a tangled web he weaves in his practice to de rive The great trouble now affecting the Herald is that it is a without a cause possibly iU editor realizes this anti possibly he docs not He maybe sincere may believe that what lie says is true and that his cause is just but if the poor deluded soul so sees pity pity he knows not what he does The Right Shall Prevail IThe Republican party of Kentucky itself that the rank and file of the party stands united upon the grave questions now agitating the minds of the whole country Shall civil liberty perish iu Kentucky shall a den of thieves reign over dear old Kentucky Well may the party be united likewise all hon est men Never was a cause more just never au obligation more sacred With the establishment of absolute rightI the will of God between man and man for its object who can doubt its ultimate triumph The glorious success of the battle of the Cross established beyond doubt the future state of man Since that great day never for once has the cause of the just perished Thrones have crumbled Mon arcbs perished and Empires dissolved like snow The mighty marchOf right liberty nnd freedom presses on M the human race becomes intelli gent Servitude results from igno ranee Freedom is the bloom of intelligence However the cause of the just may temporarily be staid by force of circumstances but its ultimate trio umph is as sure as time Hence we suggest that the Repub lican party is as sure for victory ut Kentucky as is man for eternity Its cause is right its cause u jwt anti that cause is championed by tile honor and intelligence of Kentucky man hood The fruits of victory may be stolen once but who would dare taj that that could be repented in Ken tucky and endured Shall the love ot liberty so dear to every heart fade away Has the freedom and valor of Kentucky manhood fled to brutish fiendish beasts Have Kentuckians lost their reason Nay not so When the lamb tnd the lion hem n wait to gether when the sun moon and star forbear to shine and when heaven makes peace with satan surely then and only then will this sad state be trueTemporarily the cause of the evil may pi os per because of the force of the t If you have it you know it You know all about the heavy feeling in the stomachthef- ormation of gas the nausea sick headache and general weakness of the whole body You cant have it a week without your blood being impure and your nerves all exhausted Theres just one remedy for you YflrsS- arJ8Pfillii1 Theres nothing new about it Your grand k parents took it Twas an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparillas were known It made the word M Sarsaparilla 1 famous 1over the whole world Theres no other sarsa parilla like it In age and power to cure its I The leader of them nll1 jlittLL waRILdacedj took three bottles and now reel like myfforltliastood tbetcstofihno IM curixtiio power cannot to ex celled V noon Jan SO 1fOIlrowntown Vs WfHo tho Doctor Ifyon IIAVO any complaint whtterer the beit you can coiiibly receive write the doctor ply without tr IJpomPt r- Da J C AltER Lowell Man I i Found aGoldMIneI IT WAS IN HIS POUL TRY YARDjMan In Innn tee JlHkrn Ille Helix lny llollble slip Len nl lllnl er Niiiinnrr null Wlntrr No trIAIIIIIIHII People in the neighborhood Cres- ton Iowa are amazid at tho number of eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was the cause of his hens being so prolific ho stated it wan all in a certain compound he was using that kept his hens in good con dillon arid furnished them with the prutluclinAmerican rrgCtin the poultry business is interested in the health of his hens anti their laying profitsThisthe production of eggs 100 per cent or money refunded It will do more than three times as much as the same amount of any other compound It is concen trated in form anti the result of years Potmitrybusiness as to what it will do anti you are in vited to try it at the expense of the company Seoul SI for a sample pack age and if it doesnt do the work you get your money buck This is fair and u made to induce practical poultrymen to give it a trial It is also a sure ventive of such diseases as the terrible cholera anti roup which create such haroc in all parts of the country It icts directly on the craw and gizzard and is a thoroughly scientific prepara tion The manufacturers guarantee every package or refund purchase mone If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hes be hind the age In that case order direct from American Manufacturing Co Terre Haute Ind 1 rule of party regularity honest men but ignorant may sanction fraud anti theft for awhile but when they see the light as surely they must cventu allywho would dare dispute that they would flee from the wrath awaiting and champion the cause of the just The verdict of the Court of Appeals brings no surprise to Kentucky Jt has long since been foreshadowed In fact almost from the inception of the contest has it been expected that the Democratic contestants would win in Kentucky courts But eveu if the Supreme Court takes no cognizance of Kentuckys ills the matter is not set tied It must again return to the peo pie lheymust pass upon it By them it must be settled now or later IIOHNTIIIS- We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any caee of Catarrh that cannot hecvrecl by hell Catarrh Cure V J CHENEY A CO 1rop Toledo I We the indenlmed hay known F J Cheney for the hut It year and believe MM perfectly honorable In Mil mtloe tmftMtetloii Hid flew dally able to carry out any nbUmtbHi naite by their firm WWT A THIAS WhofcMle UrwoM Toledo O WALDKU KISSAX MARVIV WhuteoaU Drag pM Toledo O Half atari Care I taken Internally ctIeg directly upon the bbxxl and moron earfacm ol Lbs yteni Irltw TV per bottle Soul by nil drainrM Teetlmoalal free Hall family fill aretbebeot a ALEX FRIEDMANS Exporlonco With Campboll Co Interesting road It Who are those three men It is not given out by Friedman but judging from their motto Hang Taylor and damn the Republican party and oili er climes and charges they surely mean Gov Taylor Secretary of State Powers and Charles Finley If any doubt the object of these unscrupulous thieves read the following statement from Alex Friedman the Hooclero JtfTcrson ville nbout whom the Goebel organs have talked so much In reply to the statement that I went to Frankfort under the direction of tbe Republican party to give testimony in order to receive money and then expose them It is false nor did I go there with the intention of lay ing claim to any of their 100000 re ward money I was advised to write to Mr Goebel through one of his own friends We had been speaking ol the affiir and he persuaded me to communicate with Arthur Goebel I received n telegram from Mr Goebel telling me to come to Frankfort Mon day April 2 at 425 pm and Mr Goebel had left for Cincinnati at 340 I p m same day I was told to wait t for him by Robert B Franklin Mr Goebel came back to lrankfort In cotnptny with Col Campbell Wednes day night at 7 oclock I had a con sultatlon with them at lo oclock the same night They knew that I pro duced sufficient proof to back up my statement but it was not what they wanted they wanted name they made suggestions In tegatcl t Repub lican State officials At length they were enrnzed nud declared that my statement was of no account unless I named one or all of three men in question I told them I could not do so as I had never seer them before January 30 nor sifter nud did not know their names I vts In ormed that it could bo very easily fixed anti that they wouH lead inc to one ol the men If I would identify him I absolutely lefustd to be a party to such a scheme net demanded of Mr Goebel th it my personal ex senses be paid and I would withdraw from the entire proceedings as I could see nothing but peijury nnd mlsrepre lentatlon before me He refused to make good his word lu regard to pay log my personal expenses which I had to pay out oi my own pocket There was n note in connection with this case which Col Campbell wanted I bad left same note at my house a- ndIIll R11Tm COLLINS t I 1900 SPRING DISPLAY Of NEW SPRING UEROll1DIEt I NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTIONS III At the opening of this Spring season we wish to extend an invitation to our friends customers and the public gen erally to call on us and see the FfNEaiJmQP l l t trFin l tt I GtrtinSi V VT T V1 y V P 1 T V V 1 Clotliinjr Furnishing hats Shoos e we have over hntl the pleasure of showing Our store is full of spring novelties ami uvurylliing is bright anti new Viu hatullu only stnwlitrtlmailu goods ami these era tIle newest nnd best iu their respective lines Wo give our customers the honest vnlne of their money in reliable goods Our growth has been a healthy and steady one antI we feel that our offorts to conduct our business on strictly business principles nro appreciated If you are n patron of ours we feel confident of retaining you nnd if you are not one of our customers let us hero extend to you an earnest invitation to COIIIO in nnd get acquainted with UK see our goods hear our prices anti learn our principles anil our wayof doing business Wo nre confident of the result Wo feel sure that you will become convinced that it will pay you to do your trading at our store SBOESIII this line we are IKADEKS They cant touch us lie sure and too this line before making your spring purchases We hnmllo the famous Brown Shoe Cos shoos tlwn which there isiione butter An es pecially attractive line of lathes Slip pers and Oxfords rStt them Laces dO- A big line of Hamburg Laces India Iinon Dimity Nainsook Pique Organdy Swiss Lawns Ginghams Ptircnles fancy anti plain Scrim Luco Curtains Fans Cowl terpanes etc etc Furnishings amiticoloringsmono Again an inspection our goods ana hoping your J trade year we are YOURS TRULY R T Collins Hartford Ky = wdid cot miss it until my arrival at Frankfort on Wednesday night in Mr Goebels room nt the Capital Hotel A telegram was sent to my wife ask ing her to find and send the note to Frankfort I signed that telegram ns I wanted said note ns further evidence but after our meeting broke up and I saw what was they were drifting I hurried to the Postal Telegraph in Frankfort and warned my wife noli to send anything as I wanted to wash my hands of the entire corrupt proceedings i Will Cot Campbell questions Why was Robert n Franklin con cealed behind those chen nile curtains Wednesday April 5 nt 10 p m In Arthur Goebels room at Capital Ho j tel I Why was a rtenographer tent from room also Col Campbells brother and what took pactIWhy did Arthur CfRebel jump up from a sofa anti run into adjoining room exclaiming You must name this man1 I Tho Bost In tho World We believe Chamberlains Cough l Remedy is the best in the world A I few weeks ago we sudered with a se vere cold nnd n troublesome cough and having read their advertisements In our own nnd papers we purchased a bottle to see U 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 Andersouvillc Ind For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Si Bro m SAN PABLO P I February 14 1900 Editor RnrcnucAN Dear SlrAs- I thought that some of the folks might be glad to hear of some of my experiences since starting for the Philippines I have finally decided to direct a few lines to you for publics tion as I knew of no bttter medium through which I reach so many of my friends with less inconvenience to myself as we do nothave much time to ourselves we can do any writing I The weather here li very warm making it quite unpleasant for those who are not accustomed to the trop Ics But to go back and cover our general experience I must commence nt the point of mobilization at Fort Cook Nebraska where we were held for about two months I On the I4th ot October we bloke camp nnd boaided the cars for the western coast moving in three sec and utrivlng at Portland J Oregon on the morning of the jf October where we were transferwi- red to Final steamers for n II mile ride down the Willamette and up i IIpostII raIn which continued during the caw SJL SNot tho largest silk stock you over sow but after looking ovur our line we believe you will wy it ill tho imiost attractive lot of fnbrios that onn be crowded into the same IIIIUO ami money Exclusive stvlw for shirtwaists I Mens We want your trade In thihtie partment our line is strictly upto date See especially our elegant line tf mens Shirts anti Summer Under wear Also an ulogant assortment uf Xeckwear the latest designs of for this office answer these other home could tlons tire evening while we were pitching camp Here we were destined to stay for only ten days or two weeks The climate of Washington Is fine Fruit grew on the trees in abundance and flowers were in bloom in the month ot November Time will not permit me to describe the many things ol beauty which came before our ad miring gaze here and especially while on our OVtr land trip from Fort Cook to Vancouver where as we passed through mountain ranges andover broad prairie scenes flitted by which are never to be forgolton and the beauty and grandeur of which word cannot describe On the 211 of November we were transported to Portland where we embarked on the steamers Olympia and Pennsylvania vessels in the U S transport service and started down the Columbia river for the great Pacific ocean and ultimately for Manila and the scene of conflict On Sunday the 5th we crossed the break waters and entered the high seas which was the occasion for many In fact nearly nil the boys to have their first experience In sea sickness of which I will only stop to say tint It Is anything but n pleasant experience On the 17111 of November we reached the Hawaiian Islands nnd cast anchor in Honolulc harbor Here we stopped for two days to coal up and otherwise prepare for the remainder of our voyage vhlch- gVe us a chance to see the city and its immediate surroundings Honolulu Is the Paradise ot the Pacific rich in tropical vegetation and clothed as it Is In most pie uretque scenery it remains one ot the most beautiful places that is seen anywhere It was Indeed a valuable acquIsItion to the United States and we gained much by Its annexation On the igth of November we raises anchor stool out to sea nnd after nr uneventful voyage of twenty clays arrived In the historic harbor ot Manila and on the evening of December the 7th we cast anchor in sight of the city and swune at anchor for the night On the 8th we boarded lighters and were carried ashore marched through old Manila or the walled cityand quartered in the old Spanish mrrrcks In Mulnte a suberb of old Manila Here we remained only two or three days when we were moved toward the front and took position at San Padu Macati Our hasty woven gave us but little opportunity to see the many points of Interest centered about Manila except the exteritr of Its massive walls for fortification and the many residences of a once mighty stronghold At lacatl we stayed only long enough- to get our camp In good shape for Dn the 24th ot December we were relieved by Company C ol the 47th Here I had the pleasure of meeting qaNew Wash Dress Goods Counters and shelves loaded lip with bright new and fascinating stylus design beautiful tlmn you ever saw before This department will ho of special interest to tattles seeking correct fabrics for Kaster wear We hill youI woloomlrA beautiful line of Hugs and Mat l tings all new Trunks amid Valices in abundance with styles and priros to suit all soliciting several of amy trlends from Hartford members ol the 47thwho were very glad to see me among them Lleutnant IHhopnow promoted to a Captaincy At that time they were nil enJoylniI ItlocateOn the 25th Christmas day we started up the Pasig river for Calam ba where we heM trenches In sight of the Phltiplno outposts On the first of January New Years day ac live operations were begun on the south line by our regiment undertI Col Dullard assisted by a battery of light artillery On that day we drove the niggers back five or ten miles nA killing a large number of them and capturelng several and mu iLnitions of warTDuring time time which has since 1 elapsed our regiment has had three or lour decisive engagements result Ing In the capture ol Santa Tomas Llpo anti Santa Cary At Lipo we liberated about two hundred Spanish prisoners and in a recent sally in the mountains we were most fortunate tJwhomI are now In possession of a greater pottlon ot the southern part ol Luzon I The Insurgents have lost heavily In lives and munitions of war and era scattered Into the ruts where they i still find no peace as we are always 1 i after them in some way Our losses have been trivial only five or six lives lost In the whole campaign Colonel Dullard has won for himself and his men an enviable reputation We are now stationed nt San Pablo andItime to come I would say to the boys of Company D of the jd with whom I served last year that the conditions here are tar difiernt from r those in Cuba ns our work In Cuba was light compared with what my ex periences In these Islands have been for we have been almostcontlnualy on the move for two months and much of our marching has been over steep nnd muddwet plawea and often at night at that and now that we have gotton sell lid down partly In one place we are put en imlpobt duty every other nfcht The hard fatigue of these conditions Imve caused many 101 the boys to tuffer from malaria In fact all of us have had the chills and fevers nt some time or anotherI Well I suppose this letter is about long enough so hoping that these lines may find hartford especially find aUmy old friendskenjoying health and happiness I will close Very respectfully yours ALONZO CrAsiiFOBD Co D 39th U InfantryManlaP P S To any of the friends who may want to write I would say that all letters would be most thankfully received I S S IIt If We will put on sale this week as a Sppcinl TTCimtnr offering 11 fv TRADE GETTERS in cacli department Ilc member our line all through our house p is completeevery department being full of the NEWEST and LATEST the markets can PRODUCE Silks and Woolen Dress Goods Ninetocninch TalUta Silks newest ehadca at 75c 1 Nineteen inch fancy wrub silks in pretty Blrijws 60c 0 trirnmtujSilkl50c New plaid homespun Suit yardetoFancy Crepons beautiful qual lty 50c Black allwool and mohair S qualityNewest IUitlt lor children lOc yardtHenriettas 25c Suitable Braids to match any of the above Latest Millinery Ji Can be found in our house to suit everybody PRICES the 2 LOWEST STYLta the LAT fc EST 5 Beautiful Sailors 25c to 82 ft Nice triiniucil tints 81 to 810 A Big line of Itibbotii Laces and 1 2 Flowers Dont miss seeing our jj line anti prices We arc sure toIplease you H ru LS l twith card IS ww AMI I I MartinHARTFORD J Liverymen 1fCELlmUA1Im In DEAH FEKTI l LIZEKS BUGGIES UlllUSELL WAGONS BLUE J and ULOUNT 4 PLOWS DKEHING II AH VEST ING rAGENTS FOIl J J FAIREST DEALINGS LOWEST PRICES The BEST RIGS GIVE EERY1HINGi Through Eight lIt Southern South ALABAMA VIR GINIA North GIAand MISSI J 2 W Ulln Trnln lletwwn Lool vllle and Lexington MmrrTutlun Chair Cnm TrulM Icnrc iirrlre Lonlnrlll from Hevrnth Ntirot Union Depot connecting with trnlnn ot the Jlllnob Central hlnhIron4 and U II A KtI 11 It For Information ni1hreee I A WUCDOX I tT A 218 4th Are Ionl vlll Wu II TILDE Aulitant O P A LonUrlllf j J M Crir Tram I W A TlBK Uoo nn Dcaotr h Blood Deep- Nobeautyrlthout bytirrlngfrom the liegin to banish plmplc boil blotch blackhead takingCucarelabcaulyt guaranteed lOc 23c COc i In almost every there is some one file has been saved by Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured ot chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine Such persons make oP1portunltybe the means of saving other lives Wayne Griffin Bro mil Notion Department Kid Gloves in all the shades at 8100 iIadici Corsets long ehortAwaist at 85c f A Corset best made I for OOc I ColulI I The newcit in ladies Ties 25c I i to IIulleyI Pulley Kings and Buckles lieA I to f0c f- I INewcA AIsilk fiuieh seamless black c I A Iregular9 Novelty Hat Pins lOc Pretty Tucks all over Em bruidtnrs 50c to 81 SO yard I taster Wear for We are showing a pretty line of Ties from 25o to 8100 Biggest line of Shirts in white I I1IartforllNewest things in Collars and Cuffii III plain and link Prices to stilt you hundred of those pretty Pictures fnnd Wall Pockets just received They still go SlO purchases Ask for a l THE PLACE Keown MACHINES CASEl 11JIHESIJING MACHINES Southern Railway Ktnt- MKENTUOKVTENNESSEE CAROLINA CAROLINAGEOR A S1PLIbThmiliallT Menngcrwushhng neighborhood whose Chamberlains ForealebyZ 50cI IBeat MenI lOne Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 13 I O R DEL New Time n nl lktoKIIItIHonlla1 April Sth IMO nl noon North lluanil No IWdne41Ta m No in dac 2s6fl p m No IK doe SW p m lOtdueI Loral Prrtxhtt North Round No 14 dot 750 a m Month lloind No IM doe 2A pm and1nIrllS II ViKiltni AitrDt J C Riley has 3 milch cows to sell Miss Bernice Miller lion the sick list Mr Ben D Ringois in New Orleans this week A nice tot of good Oik Suites Just in at Carson Gos Master Cecil Stevens has been quite sick for several days Rev John Carson of Sumtnet Ky has gone to Venice Illinois COALPlenty of good coal at the Dr Miller bank for 2C and 30 strongineMr L P Downs near Smalls House has moved to Livermore A big assortment of Trunks and Telescopes CARSON Co Mr Iem McHenry Louisville was in town the latter part ot last week Mr Amos Carson Louisville vis ited friends in Hattford Saturday and Sunday If you nted a Suit of Clothes or a good Oak Suite ol Furniture see Carson Co Mr Clyde Hocker Leitchfield vis- Ited his sister Mrs I L Rowe Tues day and WednesdaydMrs Geo Thompson has beent ery sick for the past few days but is etter at the hour of going to presst Rev Robert Carson of St Louis is visiting his mothers family in the No Creek neighborhood this week Mr Lou Rogers was in Greenville the latter part ol last week the guest of his brother County Attorney J L RogerstThe whisky election at Rosine last Saturday resulted in a return of 43 to t 3 in favor ol the whiskyites Wonder it thcie will be a contestsDont forget that Lyman Williams is still in the Laundry Business and t says please save your laundry for him- ro leave it at the Singer officeeWe will only be here a week longer so have a button photo made while you can get them cheap FRED WALTON Co For all internal and external pains f andaches Dr Dells Anti Pain is an- ainstant feud It is the most wonder fill pain killer ever discovered Try t t m IH OO S APJ LLA DIGESTIONIMr II P Taylor and Dr E 0 Pen dleton are in the South visiting New Orleans and other points in the Sun aboutIMr Andrew Maples died at his home near town last Friday and was groundII been sick for several months of a com I plication of diseases He was about fortyfive years oi age and leaves no family Mr Green Crowder of Rosine died at his home last Friday He had been in very ill health for several pmonthsand old age Mr Crowder was a well respected citizen and the community sustains in his death one oi its most valuable members It is with pleasure that we place Iie our columns hiBryantol Louisville Ky We know this to be a thorough and reliable institution scandsires a Business Shorthand or Tele graph course will do well to address the College for its elegant thirtysixth annual cataloguewWe have placed on our job lot counter 2 lyandprice age also one lot 01 ladies spring heel Shoes at 1 former price S2 Sizes 2 to 6 Also one Tot of ladies Shoes with square toe and with tip at 125 former price 2 75 and another lot ot Thomas Botton ladlcsTine Shoes sizes 2 to 63 Former price 32516 now 150 CARSON Sc Co The residence of MrJS Montague coofday morning The house and contents were completely destroyed All was a total loss there being no insu rance Mr Montagues family was lelt without a change of clothing MrJ Montague was raised at Cromwell and has many Mends there who will be very sorry to learn ol his loss Last Sunday while the family ot tuiwas an unknown hungry man entered the house I and cut a rousing big hole In Mrs coIa away I Mrs Wards dinner this clever fellow stole the little boys pocket book con 4 talning 90 cents The only reason conjectured for his taking the money was based upon the knowledge of the fact that the culprit would be cotndapelled to visit a drug store if not a physician At tho Baptist Church Tonight veMesdames prBEENcoTheseed and we anticipate a rare treat A c s toitizenssale at Griffins Drug Store Reserved seats 5oc General admission 35C nucIm children 25CcWalkers Tonic contributes to mene tal cheerfulness and enables the inns cular system to withstand fatigue inPailurepu fllatescreases the appetite Good druggists sell it m I S 4 OurLast Day 2 Wednesday the iSth the last day to 5 it lor pictures at 6 for 350 or 500 per d 2oz Agents on salary ol 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent seller ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Refererce Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tI No Fair This YearisThere will be no lair this year The directors of the Davless count3of Fair Company met yesterday office of Secretary John W Carter to OfthP1SIdate altoI g paetherdiscussion it was adoptelmThe directory claims that money has beed lost for several years until da the last lair when a small sum re waited on the ofthe he Ceheyhat there is no local interest what our ever In the exhibition that wasonce the alk oi the whole people for mouths An tflott to get up a subscription to dls1IIalhe- llIIost ceased to attend and anverythingdirectors thought it a wise thing to f quit while times were good with day hem I One of the directors said yesterday bt that there might never be another Itiairtultogetherhe annual meeting of the stockhold was era this falUt might be voted to dis olve the corporation to cut the grounds up into building lots and sell them off The tlnie was when such tlak would have been treason but in I view of all the circumstances the action hinted at would not be unreAS- onable The old time country fair is altogether out of date RogorsBrownto On next Tuesday at 730 p m at j n Jeearcompllsbed his mission in the marriage of SuptFon Rogers and Miss Be eLDrown This union has long been ex ected by the friends and admirers of both parties it is the consnmation C a long and happy courtship The groomtobe was elected by the good people of the county to the posi tion of Superintendent of Schools which he now holds in recognition ifs tytoschools Ills efforts to upbuild the hools of the county have been marked with much success Having fought the battle ot life thus far in a m Teill not be less successful The bridetobe is refined and high cultured and is dne of Kentuckys most estimable young women and is a special favorite in social circles TJIB REPUBLICAN sincerely wishes for the future oi this most estimable young couple a long happy and 5entfulun 4ioncheer are as true as the spirit thatI nceived themmT dWheni Wi th Iiirt never rhanging nod brow nnr eokMLore on through all Wand loreon till the Olio hour of n panolon co sacred U worth hiIaaIOIIt In thlolt li thin The bridal party will leave imme N dlately after the nuptial ceremonies for Tea xas where they will visit relatives time after which they will re rn to Hartford the home of the groomThe wedding will be a quiet affair only the immediate relatives of the ntracting parties being present Republican Convention P RepublicanStateII cans of Ohiocounty are coiled to meet in a convention tlu teourtgoythe purpose of electing delegates to atm faeetstheIw and also to reorganize the Committee of Ohio county a ecinct convention is also called to eet in each of the precincts in said thereofIon m struct said delgates to vote for two at members at large of the county com ittee and to elect one member ol the precinctsected by the precinct convention The representation in the connty con vention shall be from the several vot piEasteda 5 Sulphur Springs 5 Magan 6 6 Cool Springs 2 North Rockport 3 South Rockport 3 Selectal Horse Branch 5 Rosine 8 West 3McHenryEast Fordsville 5 West Fordsville Kttiaville 3 Shreve 3 Olaton 3 lluford 2 Bartlett 4 Hefltc 2 Ceralvo Point Pleasant 2 exJNoM S RAGLAND Secy SMALLHOUSE KY April 5tll1Ir Isaac Moxley of Dteckenridge county Is visiting his daughter Mrs G U Lawrence CityisIglehart ty enMrMr P B Taylor Saturday and Sunday Mr hub Bennettnnd wife and little fl Arnoldof Beds visited Mrs CallowayS1t111day The little daughter of Mr and MrsbeAlva C lloway has been quite st week but is better now Mr L P Downs and family have oved to Livermore There were several visitors at Sun heMissnorntertown two weeks B Rev E D Maddox was a visitor at ti Sunday school Sunday Mr John C Iglehart who has been sick so long is able to be up a little Miss Rachel Addington who Itabeen sick is also better Mr Owen Robertson has returned use me after an absence of several months in Decatur Alabama d other points Mr T R Barnard and wife vMted their mother Mrs Ben Drake Saturnand Sundaysee stargMiss Clara Ford who lisa been vis ng her brother this week will reo rn home today ter Mr Pete Thornbury Jonestown the guest of his uncle Bill fiver 111 few days last week tl MARRIA6ESth Ono Month on the Matrimonial Soa Albert N Embrey Di1Iz town to Miss Clarrlsa A Morris Balzttown Date of marriage March istb Wm T Sanders Horse Branch Miss Ida B Miller Horse Branch Date of marriage March 18 Wm G Blanset Prentis to Miss tinie Senseranght Prentis Date of m heVilbertf in kntrriagelllram Relth Olatou to Miss Rosa IM M byarchM diissDate of marriage March 23 Wm A Gray Tilford Butler coun to Miss Venda Renlrow White un Date of marriage March 29 P H Miles Trisler to Miss Lida Murphy Shreve Date of marriage April 4 prommiem arriage April 3 W1 Tanner Centertown to Miss Myrtle C Brown Centertown Date of marriage April 4 Arthur Raley Horse Branch to Miss Lurie Wilson Rosine Date ol marriage April 4 A N Brown Echols to Missjanle Ross Echols Date of marriage April atFloraarriage April 8 67issDate ol marriage April 8 R A Camp Horse Branch to Miss Manda Boyd Horse Branch Date of marriage April 4 Garland Boyd Horse Branch to Miss Francis Martin Horse Branch Date of marriage April 12 Willie Tichenor Centertown to Miss Lockie Ashby Centertown Date of marriage April II Earnest E Rhoads Centertown to Miss Ella Montgomery Centertown Date of marriage April II John W Miller Palo to Miss Venie Davis Sulphur Springs Date ofa marriage April I2th druggistllsod lor coughs colds grip etc as r Bells PineTarHoney he Is think lug of his profits and not of you wel youhatnothing as good as Dr Bells Pine TarHoney Good druggists sell it m Hodgonvilo Farmer Sulcldo Hodgenville Ky April 9P A McDowell a prominent farmer com 56hisby shooting himself in the stomach with a shotgun He was eq 5yearsfor the deedboiuoiu A STITCH IN TintBQTM nine Ilnguc Tonic new Improved tuitt aaanth taken In early Spring nod Fall pre ts Chili Dengue and Malarial Fever AcU goinined 1100 bottle 3S6t 4 IApril Showers t fo dehaveIn like manner Hoods Sarsaparilla dlhavewhen there has been but little perspi the ration and perhaps constant confine dlIsers teachers and others who spend their time indoors duIt17thegreat organs of the body It cures all spring humors and banishes that tired ing feelingIt the best medicine money can buy for all diseases caused by impure impoverished blocd You should gin taking it today Notlco All parties having official business with the County Superintendent vnl reby take notice that the office will t be open from April ith to 26th blclusive limeVery Respectfully FOK ROGERS tl County Superintendent lIe that seeks finds He that kes Hoods Sarsaparllla finds in Its pure rich blood and consequently good health or Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary oi 15 per week d expenses lor man with rig to in duce our Poultry Mixture and In t Destroyer in the country Send mp American Mfg Co Terre ute Ind 29 tf j Ladles For relief of women Chess III Tansy Tablets worth their weight Min gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Mailed on receipt of pricerMURDOCK CUBE Co J bROSINE KY 7b Whom It May Concern The Hartford Herald of April 4th contained an article signed by Pub lie School purporting from Rosine The writer says that he has been trus tee in his district for several years and that now he has soother pafty taking the census for him As I have been a member of the Board of Trustees of the Rosine school for some years and at this time have another party taking the census of my dlttrlct many per ns acquainted with the facts ought that I wrote the article refer red to I desire that the public know that I did not write the article men tioned As to the blotting out of Mr McCbesoeys name I am not now concerned I desire the census of my district be taken correctly and am sat isfied that Mr Rogers would do noth- Ing wrong J M HOLLOWAY p p Tho Strength of twenty Men When Shakespeare emploped this phrase he referred of course to althy ablebodied men If he had 1 in these days he would have own that men and women who are t healthy may become so by taking Hoods Satsuparllla This medicine making the blood rich and pure an d giving good appetite and perfect gestionlmparts vitality and strength to the system Thenon irritating cathartic Hoods Pills From tho Assessors Boo The following are Interesting items taken from the Assessors book lor the esent year- Amount of bonds 250 Amount of notes secured by mortgage 41187- Amount of other notes 159838oAmount of accounts 30137 Amount of cash on hands 21860 Amount of cash on deposit in banks 104143 Amount of cash on deposit with in dlviduals 937 Amount of all othercredits or money interests 2932 Number ofacres oi land 346869 Value with improvements 1926 3 Number ol city and town lots 1016 Value with improvements 407008 Number of mules and mule colts 2 578Value 106001 Number of bulls covs calves and steers ot common stock 11757 Value 176492 Number of sheep 7938 Value 10109 Number of hogs 32329 Value 691901 Value of agricultural implements 35 987- Value of wagons carriages bicycles d vehicles of every kind 65898 Value of sewing and knitting ma chines 335Si Value ot household and kitchen I furniture 234589 Value of manufacturing implements machinery of all kinds 30260mValue of Piano forte and other mugo teal instruments 25287wNumber of libraries 72hdValueNumber of diamonds 6 Value 285 e Value of watches and clocks 13 4 Value ofjewelry 114 Value oi gold silver and plate ware 598Isteam engines including ilers 32100- Number of stores 146 Value 163878 Amount of exemption on household ods and other personal property to person with a family not exceeding 250 837085 Grand total oi all property assessedt dductedNumber of legal voters 6408tNumber of oi JNumberI year 3793 Number of bushels of corn raised ring tbe year 873727 raiseddnrlng raisedduringTons of coal mined during the year r858 raiseddurlnNumber of acres of corn raised dur Number the year 46322INumber of acres of woodland 83009 Number of acres of tobacco 5842 j Y For honest treatment and a cure write or go to Dr J Newton Hathaway whose great reputation is a sufficient of satisfactory results Consultationot Free I Contracted or Hcreld DlOOQ P0 Ison try Syphlilis In all iii terrible stages producing coppercolored spots on face or tody little ulcers on the tongue la the mouth or throat allwg out of the hair or eyebrows decay of the flesh or bones completely and forever eradicated ieayinitheful state V whicharicoceesexual power also Hydrocele Gonorrhoea Gleel Stricture and all Private and Venereal Diseases and Weaknesses of men quickly cured L CENTERTOWN KY April 6Sprlng is coming and the farmers are preparing for another cropMrs Settle Gray from Linton Indiana was called to the bedside ol her brother Mr James Calloway who is at the point of death Sunday School has been organized at Waltons Creek church to meet every Sunday evening at 3 oclock p m Mr Melvin Ashby is Superins tendent and Miss Prudie Williams SecretaryMr Bllbro who has been at tending school at Hartford has re turned home Mrs Julia Htflln of Hefiin is via ting berdaughter Mrs Harvey Hill of this place Miss Ernie Morton is visiting her uncle Rev T M Morton of Liver moreMr J M Williams is on the sick listMr P T Tooley went to HarUorJ n business one day last week Success to THR REPUBLICAN MAY Important Contract Secured We are glad to inform our readers that we have closed a contract for ad vertlslng NoTo Bac and Cascarets the famous preparations manufactured by the Sterling Remedy Co of Chlca go and New York The Sterling Remedy Co appreciate the value of this paper as an advertising medium and the compliment is the more marked as the company is a conservative concern which sells its products under an absolute guarantee to cure or money refunded Every one of our retail druggists is authorized to sell NoTo Bac guaranteed tobacco habit cure and Cascarets guaranteed constipa tion cure under this absolute guarantee and our readers need not hesitate to buy these preparations as it Involves no risk whatever either phys- Ical or financialaI4OyeareTonln n meat remedy for Chill and nil Malarial tl1tThe tube combine is going to ini reaSe the wages of some 20000 work en This shows the pure deviltryb f trusts It is their duty ages and they cause disgust and among the smashers when they o the contrary It is all part ot theorand conspiracy against the duclng classes and anti trust confer ncesNew Xork Sun How Gain FleshPersons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMULSION It is strange but it often happens machinery going prop rly so that the patient is able o digest and absorb his ordinary ood which he could not do be ore and that is the way the gains madeA amount of flesh is necessary for health i if you have not got it you can get it by taking CecilsnmimM You will find as meful In summers ItJwtIn winter are thrMnt upon Ci SCOTT It DO WNE Chemist K sf York CANCCR IIELP FOR YOU Toi produceslhe FfflDlsjon tdoatstopbccausethcweatheniswarrnso tin 941 Ave Dilitol write t that not live more moth accepted their statement siep fn am enjoyIng ffl nd Weak I5acfc Etiunsy Urinary rainruioim cult Tie or Milky Urine LunllLifermmnatla 1ti FMnli and all aloe and Slim DHPICJ and nil Female Diseases trntrd ne roc to the latest and host mctlioU4 known to medical science Home Treafmant KtilK and1IllIptomJ NEWTON HATHAWAY D Ur hathaway 8 Co so TcnnHKMION lun BAGLE DMN i 1 I HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS com D L DSanderiurieaverDamK- yDid You Know That If you would ore jronr laundry for thefuptodateTlinnday Laundry called for and dUI promptly Office In the singer Telephone No M or 32 PISOS CURE FOR Dot VIalOOmCONSUMPTION p1 The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Coiw- conrortATKD Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Illinois Miss issippi Louisiana and Tennessee and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points In thirty five Slates and Territories is establishing n exchange to secure subscribers in Hartford Beaver Dam Render Mc Henry Centertown and the surround ing country They wish to make their service as- omprehensive and valuable as possi le and make a specialty of furnish- Ing service to parties living in tho country within a reasonable distance f the exchange Rates and other information maybe obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky Hartford Teleohona and Eictann Coniiany Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talkingdistance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying u rent to the Hartford Telephone Exchange Coor will be nt expense if you Call on A E Pato- Harllord Ky for particulars Is connect with all Independent Conipan- iishIyiersDyspepataTablets pleasant asy to take and parmanent re let 30 days treatment SI Mailed- n receipt of price tf MLiU OCr CURE Co Atlanta Ga Cannot be Gut Out or Removedwith Plasters CancerNoform dangerousoode poison anymeOnly Blood Diseases pan be Transmitted from One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer is a dlof the blood curestancertonlorIlIowlnlthe sore to heal nalurallv anlnnIlIlPllllv e R 0 nl fl flnI tttIt a lLA little pimple a harmless looking wart or mole a lump In the breast a cut or bruise that refuses theal under ordinary treatment loultl nil be looked tpon with suspicion as this is often the beginning or a bad form cancer Sarah U Kteillnz Windsor Tcnn I ofCCefonI could than sit I aa mydrtsiltandinashorttimemadeacompletcevre r refreahingin perfect health longexperience c M DUos and they give uormauo wsntea we maze p0 cnsge whatever for this service TPIC SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA fiA j vu r y 0 I MOUNT RECOGNIZES GOV TAYLOR Indianas Chief Executive Declares His Sense of Right and Justice Com pel Him to Take this Staud THE TITLE OF YOUNG MR J CREPPS W BECKHAM It Was Conforrod Upon Him By Questionable Mothods of a Legislature Acting Under a Law Which Has Boon Branded Almost Unlvorsallyas Infamous Will NotHonor Requisitions from Democratic Usurpers In regard to the Kentucky situation and especially respecting his attitude toward requisitions Gov Mount of Indianapolis Ind April 3d issued the following formal statement At no time have I been actuated by a partisan spirit in the matter Between the Governors of all the States there is a code of unwritten ethics that from tong observance have become practically as firmly establish ed as the statutes The rules of ex ecutive practice are uniform la the consideration of extradition applica tions the power of a Governor is altogether arbitrary if be is disposed to avail himself of that prerogative al though this is rarely If ever done In answer to repeated and persist ent questioning I have publicly stated that I could not under existing circumstances recognize Mr Beckham as the legally constituted Governor of Kentucky In this my senee of right and justice has been based on condi Lions not theories Mr Taylor re ceived a decisive majority of the votes cast at the election of 1899 and in spite ol desperate opposition he was declared by a Democratic returning board to have been duly elected Gov ernor Subsequent events up to this time hive not materially changed his statusBeckhams title was conferred up on him by the questionable methods of a legislature acting under a law that has been almost universally branded as infamous It remains to be seen if the courts will sustain the legislature in arbitrarily promoting Beckham to the office of Goverror through the medium of a train ol trag- Ic events If the final decision is in his favor his recognition will follow as a matter of course and of right un der the law but until such decision is rendered he must be regarded and ac cepted as a contestant whose claim to the Governorship is seriously doubted by all conservative and right thinking people In the telegraphic correspondence with Mr Beckham today I expressed my sentiments clearly and as force fully as my command ot the English CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature I of In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIAHt R uryolflgAcwlcd It In of first Importance til It t your tniiuliiK lit the mhu il thut ntHiidn In tberyfront nink jjhe Sryant Stratton business College O =V = = = =Si ii XIioN1 teathpri orll one n pHnmiiii In HIM Imp Irnd IIrllprurnffI liIIIIIIINIE11ITIEAIIJt PRESIDE JTIAL ELECTION YEAR And you want the news You also want Editorials worth tlio reading Mo tnnko tins unpreceduntudoffer for tlio period of three months You can secure THE MORNING HERALD Of Lexington Ky tho Grout Paper of the iiluo Grass KENTUCKY STOCK FARM Of Lexington Kentucky tho L ailiiif Trotting horse Paper I of tho Country and your host county paper THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FOR ONE YKAIl TOK lSIix E8co1t1ars I Price of The Morning Herald alone S OO Price of The Kentucky 8tJik Farm alone 8200 IVice of Tin HAKTTOHD UnruniicAN alone 8100I seALL FOR SIX DOLLARSS6iI mmmrIItrirwutI A Dictionary of ENGLISHIBiography Geography Fiction etc A I thoInternationalvaluable information arranged in a convenient form for hand eye anyotherdletionaryL ScottllbOIOSlryt L a i I Constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver Is out ot order The best medicine to rouse the liver and cure all these Ills Is found In Hoods PillsS3 cents Sold by all medicine dealers language will permit By reference to that correspondence it will be ob served that Mr Beclcham proposes to honor a requisition from the Governor of Indiana provided I will in turn grant ANY requisition horn Mr Beck ham I could not consent to such an arrangement even though Mr Beck hams title to the office had never been questioned Such a compact would be willfully unfair mischievous and unlawful It would be nothing short of a personal agreement between two officials to perform certain acts reo i ardleps of the merits if the case or of I consequences Mr Beckbam did not stop to consider the fact that there ia a material and important difference between pri vate interests and public duty More over his proposition is in conflict with the constitution of the United States which provides specifically that there shall be no treaties or pri vate contracts entered into by States by their official representatives The time will never come certain ly not under the present administra tion when Indiana will be an asylum for criminals but it would be unchristian and inhuman to permit maddened partisans of another commonwealth to drag away citizens even though only temporarily abiding here to a place of persecution where self confessedly law is a travesty and justice is a mockeryThe enormous reward offered for the conviction of Goebels slayer is ol itself a monstrou evilan incentive of moral and physical assassination the sacrifice ot innocent men to per sonal greed and partisan avarice INDIANA GOVERNOR TURNS DOWN LIT TLE nov BLUE Frankfort Ky April 3 Telegrams more significant than the bare word- Ing of them might indicate passed be tween J CtV Beckham of this State end Gov Mount of Indiana today Gov Mount made requisition of Mr Beckham for a warrant of arrest against Rudolph Gos man a convict whose term In the penitentiary will end tomorrow and who is wanted for trial on a criminal charge at New Al bany Ind The Indiana officials re cently applied to the Democratic offi dais at the penitentiary with a requis ition from Gov Mount recognizing Taylor as Governor and they refused to honor the requisition Today when the requisition was made on Beckbam he sent the following tele gram to Indianas Governor Hon James H Mount Governor of Indiana Indianapolis Ind A requi sition from you for the arrest ot one Gossmaa wanted in Floyd county Ind has been presented to me I I will gladly honor it if you will first assure me that any requisition issued j by me as Governor upon you will also be honored This understanding is desired because of certain expressions attributed to you In the press Gov Mount answered as follows lIon J C W Beckham Frankfort Ky Replying to your telegram of the 3d inst I can not enter into any compact or agreement that shall be come binding This would be nn un warranted departure from executive practice and the law I must reserve the right to determine each requisi tion on its meritsJAMES II MOUNT Governor of Indiana Mr Beckham made the following statementThe is this reply to create the impression that I seek to make A compact on the subject of requisitions with Gov Mount is ridiculous Ol course everyone understands that a requisi tion must be considered on its merits hy a Governor My object was to dls cover whether Gov Mount now recog nizes Taylor or myself as Governor ofI Kentucky If he recognizes me as such then his requisitions to me willI be considered If he recognizes Tay lIar as Governor then he should send requisitions to him Ex Secretary of State Charles Finley and others who are wanted in the Goebel assassination case are in Indi ana and Gov Mounts telegram is generally interpreted to mean that he will not honor any requisitions of this character unless signed by Gov Taylor Mr Beckbam made a requisition on Gov Nash of Ohio lor the war rant of Jacob Craig who is under ar rest In Cincinnati and is wanted for trial at Covington Last week Gov Nash declined to issue the warrant on requisition holding that as the Ken tricky Governorship is is contest both Governors should make the requisi timiBears a A j3 TO miAthe M KM You Hata Atoart Bought Elgutue 1I4A11Z of cUU There is an old saying that you cant eat your cake and have it but the case of the loan ol 25000000 to Ruffia just made by New Yxkers omes pretty near ps Itlng tint turn ry The money xlthoi gh loinH to Rus i Is to l eexjnilf l in lit Uiit cd States fur the puichnse cf the products cf American labor aid thus la bor as well BS capital wi I profit anew by this cumulative prosperity which loans the money abroad and yet spends it among the workiogmen at home And yet there are a few men left who will tell you that this is merely fic titious prosperity Ashland Ohio Times Our Democratic friends had hoped to make some political capital out of the Porto RIcan Tariff matter But the Democracy has been outclassed again The Republicans as usual demonstrate their ability to intelli gently and patriotically adjust great national stionsSchenectady N Y Union In all stages ol Nasal Catarrh there should be cleanliness As experience proves Elys Cream Balm is a cleanser soother and healer ot the diseased membrane It is not drying nor irritating and does not produce sneezing Price 50 cents at druggists or it will be mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Upon being paced into the nostrils it spreads over the membrane and relief is immediate Its an agreeable cure rICoughed 25 earsI suflered 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 PineTarHoney This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my llfeJ B Rozell Grants burg Ill m 0 A 13 TOHI A Bun theittkind Y aa HawAlMjis Bjsgh- tBlffBltUt A1IZ cf It is scarcely worth while to discuss Protection any more The development and prosperity of the United States under it are an object lesson that establish the cause without need of holding debate with FreeTrade fallacies which been refuted by the actual experience of the American people Protectionism is so strongly established here now that its strength shall not be used to do things that should not be done Hanibal Mo CourierPost Pneumonia is one of the most dan gerous and fatal diseases It always results from a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold and perhaps prevent an attack ol pneumonia It is in fact made especially for that ailment and has become famous for its cures over a large part oi the civilized world It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneu monia Can you afford to neglect your cold when so reliable a remedy can be had for a trifle For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m 0AJSTOmABears theitt Kind KM HisMlwys BBt BJgmtura 1IA1IZef cUU All the revenue raised is to be used in paying for the government and betterment of Porto Rico If this is sordid and mercenary what in the name of common sense would be just and generous It is going to cost money to govern and improve the is land the bill provides the easiest and least burdensome method oi raising it Some ot the critics seem to have lost their heads in discussing this matter Rochester Democrat and Chronicle- S Remarkable Cure of Rhouma tism KENNA Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wile had an attack of rheumatism which con fined her to her bed lor 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 Chamberlains Pain Balm I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used to the directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and she has not had a similar attack since A B Parsons For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The foreign combine impudently attacks the Frye bill as favoring mo nopoly but as a matter of fact it is a deadly foe of monopoly It absolute ly assuies a wider and more active competition of domestic shipbuilders than the country has known since the palmy days of the American steam navigation and clipper building In 1850 55Boton Journal Time does not admit oi the development of our merchant marine along old lines We cant wait to build ships at home We must have them Congress is now on the right road to what ought to have been done thirty yearsago Philadelphia Times Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out I Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or Settling Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kid neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In ins eaCH IS also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part Inabilitytoliquorwineoftenduringduring the night The mud and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by 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