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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 01UbbLng DFtcvtesThe Hartford llepnbllcan ami Louisville Commercial one year lo2Twleenweek CourierJournal 1I1 ulnlllIat 1IIi Tribunetlohienuil I 0 I2 ToleJu Ohio Iliad I IMoldlnlMUvmotrutNew IM 0 Iro0 Memi1st IToII1 CuualAII 116 Fine Job a c orr iOABorBEPmT IN IBS FODRIH coNmsiomoiiaic1 Subscription 1 a VOL XII HARTFORD KY MAY 4 1900 on HUGHES TON n dO Palatable Bottorthan Tho Old Kollublo Excellent General Tonlo- as wo I as- A Suro Curo for CHILLS and P FEVER I IT NEVER 0 FAilS 0 Just what you nood at this season LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed by DiuggUts Dont take any substitute 5 c nnd II Rotttes 38 lPlflDa ggRDlY nl HARTFORD KY 4 I Will rneiln his prorMlon Ir nil the courts ol t Oaluantl ssdJ4eI roan tkv not Court uf A pnb Special attention given turutlertluns I ERNEST ATTORNEY AT LAW llrlirttllT KY Will iirartle hu pnilMlim In nil Ibt ooh ol OatoctHialr aoII1 A HnU rrumit ami rarrfnl eiiwMernlloti rtvea nil 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feltoklimr OHIiwInronrthonw SHELBY TAYLOR AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice bin prolnulon In nil the courts ol siIjolnlngaountieentiICunrtotpwnIsHpisl tuknkrnptry CM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hit pruttonlon In nil the court ol Ohio and adjoining conntlra Niwrlnl attention will is given to nil liuilnrM rntrnntei to hl tare Collection a prlnlty JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collection making abstracts dr aim Notary Inlillc for Ohio coun ty Office north Hide public square HARVEY W ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAIITFOlin KY Will practice bla prolmlon In Ohio and adjoin ing countlea Utneo In HuriliMCAK building i E F NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY practice iU profMulon In all the court ol IWill attention siren to collections of dot tat road case nn pracllcv Office npitnlra llrlltln Mock J8Th WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all tliu toot ot Ohio and adjoining ronntlcs anti the bon ot I Prompt attention glren to alt bualnee- sntrasted to him Office In ItKrciiLicAX building R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will his profiiulon In thecourUnt Ohio 4 and adjoining conutle Mist Notary 1ulille Southern I Railway t Through Eight Ilest Southern Klat- aiKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA VIRGINIA North i GIA nnd MISSISSIPPI 64413 MIles Three Dally Trains Between Louis j ville and Islington Observation Chair Cam Trains leave and sicily Louisville from Keventh Htreet Union IVnot connecting with trains ot theo Illinois Central Itallnmd and I II A St L II II c For Information address A WiscirnI1T AIll4th Are Louisville rcWw lL Tit Lot Assistant 0 P A Louisville A WuhIn1onWi I MCORD nnmmn1a Pnnin Vnn 1n 4 e GtiIf1I UonMUUoCord Hon Myron II McCord EzOorernor of Now Mexico In a letter to Dr Hart man from Washington D C nays I hoar SlrAt Mio suggestion of a friend I was advised to use 1orurm for eaUrrli and after using ono bottle I began to feel tiottor In every way It helped ma In many respects I was troubled with cold coughs sore throat etc but usoon M I had taken your medicine I Ixgan to Improve and soon got well I take pleasure In recommending your great remedy to sill who arc afflicted with cstarrhMll McCord The spring presents a much more favorable opportunity for the permanent cute of chronic catarrh especially old stubborn case Now Is the time to begin treatment Insist upon haying Fcruna There nro no successful sub stitutes for this remedy Send to Dr llartman Columl us Ohio for a free ca Urrh hoo- kCannot Make a Woman Work Chicago Jury Exompts tho Sox From tho Penalties of tho Law On April 2jd a Chicago jury tlecid ed that a woman cannot be a vagrant because worn lu was not male to work Mrs Mary Henuing 26 years oM wns on trial being prosecuted by of Cccrs of the Central Bureau 01 Chari ties the complainant being a maid in the boutebold of Bishop Charles CheneyKate EI Kane Rossi defends the oner She demanded a jury A wo man she dcclaied in Humming up the cue never could come under the provisions of the vagrancy it tute as woman was not made to work Custom history and tradition were called upon to show one Instance in which a woman was regarded as a being who had been created to work She quot ed poetry to show that woman was made to live a life of luxury Tradi tion the woman attorney said was above all law and tradition showed that woman was a doll to be petted That being established she agued a woman did not come under the ban of the statute as a ptison who should be npptehendtd II not working Did the jury remember the woman who wore rings on her fingers and bells on her toer the attorney asked Did they recall the line from the poet Woman woman lovely woman Howcould lovely woman be supposed to handle mottar on a cold day Of couse woman had been compelled to work during the last couple oi cene tunes but that was owning to the fact that man through his inability to provide lor her had compelled her to make a slave of herself In so do ing said Lawyer Rossi man had opposed nature That said she was his nature But the fact remained that not one line in all history showed that woman was intended to toil The jury promptly returned u ver dict supporting the theory ol the de tense and and the prisoner was dis charged II you want alt the news local and foreign a dally and two weekly papers send us six dollars and we will see that you receive for one year The Morning Herald rf LextoRtou The Kentucky Stock Farm and TInt RB PUBLICAN DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK t Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news oaoers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made bnD Kilmers the great kidney liver and bladder remedy Ills the great medi- i covered after years nent kidney der specialist and Is bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder troublslt will be found the remedy you need It has been tested In so 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at the first glance appears large It is howeverabsurdly small when we consider that at this ute of con sumption it would take a man 5 days anti 9M hours to exhaust the air In a small room 15 feet square and 10 feet- high Any form ol exertion however greatly increases the consumption ol air Thus If we saunter at two miles an hour we require just twice as much dir as when sitting in our armchair and at four miles an hour nothing less than 2300 cubic inches will satisfy an average consumption life oi one cubic foot ot air every two minutes we reach some very interesting conclusions Thus an hours supply of air could be con tamed in a trunk 5 feet long 3 feet wide and 2 feet deep In a day we should exhaust n small roomful 10 feet long 7 feet wide and 10 feet high For a years supply we shouId require a reservoir orhall zoo feet square and a shade over 26 feet high and the supply for a long life of So years would be contained in a large hall I 000 feet long 500 feet vide and 42 feet high Chicago Times Herald A FOLLOWER OP MBASOKS In many instances a perslstant cough follows an attack of measles In speaking of this Mr Walter B Heel editor of the Elkin K C Times says Three weeks ago I had an attack of measles which left me with a bad cough I took several doses of Cham berlains Cough Remedy and thecough has entirely disappeared I consider medicines the best on the market For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Dro m OA 1CnXAMlithelheKitdYoHateAiw3ys8zzzj4 1r Jp For six dollars we cfler for one year three paper the combined price of which Is nine dollars The Morn ing Herald of Lexington The Kentucky Stock Farm and TUB REIUIN UCAN Blood Poison Cured by B B B llollle Free to NiirTerer Deep seated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patent medicine treat ment quickly yield to B B B Bot anic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Have you tnucuous patches in the mouth Sore Throat Eruption Hating Sores Bone Pains Itching Skin Swollen Glands Still Joints 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happens in Ohio county in THE RKPODUCAN Lost 25 Cents And His Life Prlzo Idiots Bot on tho Explosive Prop erties of Powder It was through a wager entered into between George Stoncowich and John Mickollck that death and destruction was brought about in the tenement at Larimer Palast week The patty of Austrians sat in n room wheie there stored several kegs of powder and some dynamite at the home c f John Mickollck discussing the explosive powers of powder and dynamite Stoncowich offered a wager ol twenty five cents with Mickollck that the blasting powder contained in the kegs would not ignite The bet was ac cepted and a small quanlty 01 powder was placed on the floor a lighted match was thrown into Itand it n cowich lost the bet The body of John Mlckolick lies at the morgne here The other victims will recover THE HOUR V UUUUUKT K F1S1 TKR f IJttle figure robed In white Mellow glow ot candle light iJLittle hands upraised In prayer farce sweet and fair f jYorAll the little fault conlomsl All the trouble set nt rest ii 4Irtftelint one hour the mothers own jMnit belong to her alooojWhen she vea each flunnjr HAl and cozy In IUbe I 1 Then the world may do IU worst V God and abe hare them lint And her bralni are folded fair In the tender Shepherds ran Angefbendabovtheroom Where the dimpled darling bloom la their lorrl Innocence Warding every evil hence PomtblIttIonewhodsirllbre well toil and she nlont them Mnnil They are soft on every hand Hnerllngfor them nt the throne They are her and Uodii alone And encti bUd n tender flower llloNHOiu In the mothers hour The Way They Do Business Domocratlc Politician of Elmi ra N Y Indicted For Rascality Prank E Bnndy ex city chamber lain and the defeated candidate for Mayor on the Democratic ticket in the spring charter election has been in dicted lor grand larceny in the first degree and arid falsity ing the city books Bundys bail has been increased from 10000 to 20000 It is now thought that the report of the expert accountants examining his books will show a shottage of about 100000 a I consider It not only a pleasure but a duty T owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure eflected in my case by the timely use of Chain berlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was taken very badly with flux and procured a bottle of this remedy A few doses of it effected a permanent cure I take pleasure in recommending it to others suffering from that dreadful dlseaseJ W Lynch Dorr W Va This remedy is sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bto m BOOK NOTICE SCOTTS QUENTIN DURWARD Edited with an Introduction by Mary Hat riott Norris Cloth I2mo 332 pages Price 50 cents American Book Company New York Cincinnati and Chicago There is no novel in English fiction more useful than Quentin Durward in giving boys and girls a distinct and accurate impression of theageof chiv airy when its principles still animat ed the court lite of England rnd Eu ropebut had ceased to claim the blind reverence ot the people The scene of this finely wrought story is laid in Paris at the time of Louis XI dur lag the latter halt oi the Fifteenth Century and portrays the French King as the first of his line to recognize political capacity when not allied to rank It shows with admirable clearness the rising power of the people and the royal perception that they will prove the bulwark cf the crown against the greit feudal barons For these reasons as well as because it is one of the best and most attractive novels in English literature the book is adapted for school and supplementary reading To Cure Coiutlputlon Forever Tnko Cuscarots Candy Cathartic lOc orGIf C 0 C talt to cure druggissis refund money Ho Courted His Daughter But for an accidental discovery of his dead wifes picture in his affianced wifes photograph album Albert Cor dill a middle aged farmhand living within time miles of Hopedale 0 would have been married within twenty four hours to his own daught ereJIe had arrived in Charleston W Va to be married to the young lady Miss Lucy Cole anti was sitting with her looking at the portraits in the album lie was surprised into a sharp exclamation by seeing the pic turfof his wife dead over eighteen yean Miss Cole noticing the exclamation said That is my mother she has been dead many years Then in answer 16 CordiiTs queitlons the whole story came out Miss Cole was not the daughter ot Mr and Mrs Cole with whom bhe was living They had adopted her when she was a little child She had never known her I father and could not remember her mother Her adopted parents were able to explain something of the story Cordiff has just returned to his home where be hopes his daughter will come to make a home for him His affection for the girl was rttber I the affection cfa lather and he iswell satisfied to have lost a wife and to have gained a daughter Miss ColeI has notytt decided to leave her ed home ALL FOR TWO CENTS A Lotto Delivered Over Sovon Thousand Miles Away In Forty Days It may not be out of place to give an illustration of the vast distances a letter may travel on the strength of a two cent postage stamp Suppose one of the girl readers of the Companion in Key VestFla has a broth er in the Klondike region who has risked all to dig fortunes from mother earth and writes to tell him the news from home She drops the letter in the post office at Key West and it starts on its long journey It dces not of necessity travel in a straight lice but must follow the twistings and turnings ot the railroads which have complete charge of it until the northwest corner of theStateof Wash ington is reached When it arrives at Seattle it has passed through four teen States and elso far as time is concerned but onefourth of its jjnrs ney hs been accomplished- It now takes a sea voyage from Se attIc to Juneau Alaska and from the latter place is carried as I have al ready described to Circle City It I may be taken from there by friendly hands farther into the Klondlke couctry and finally delivered into the I hands of the anxious brotherwho has I been eargerly awaiting the arrival of the next patty from the nearest town I in which a postoffice is conducted in the hope thit some one would bring him a letter The letter has now traveled in the neighborhood milesby railroad steamboat 7000I horseback and perhaps dog and has been on the road for over for ty days without a moments rest No profit in money accrues to the government for delivering that letter indeed each letter sent into the Klondike costs the government for transportation many times the amount of I postage charged Youths Companion p The ancients believed that rheumatism was the work of a demon within A man Any one who has had an at tack of sciatic or inflammatory rheu matism will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It has never been claimed that Pain Balm would cast out demons but it will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear testi mony to the truth of this statement One relieves the pain and this quick relief which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Out Ambition You told me yon had sent an arti cle to the magazine Was it pub lished No Did the publishers return Ill They did not Then you didnt send stamps for return postage Yes I did They returned the stamps They said the was not worth returning Why dont you sne them for it Thats what they want me to do They would like to have it read in courtChicago Tribune An Epidemic of Whooping Cough Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my children contract ed the disease having severe cough- Ing spells We had used Chamber lains Cough Remedy very successful ly for croup and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved the cough and end eflected a complete ureJohn E Clifford Proprietor Norwood House Norwood N Y This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne m w Whllo Sleeping It is not while we work and worry over the aflairs of life that we grow old It is while we sleep according to Flynn the celebrated English phy siologistMr leads usto this conclusion through his advocacy of the mid night dinner plan No midday luncheon lor brain workers said Mr Flynn It im pairs the mental powers and Inter rupts the train of thought Then Mr Flynn proceeds to advo vate a beforegoing to bed meal It is necessary to repair the waste that goes on at night he said The waste of a long night of fast is beyond calculation The stomach should be well filled with nourishing food to counteract the loss This is especial ly true of aenemic persons Mr Flynn points out the lact that most persons look pale and fagged as they get up in the morning I have heard dozens of friends say that they look five years older on rising than retiring and it is true If you would not grow old while you sleep be sUlei that yow are well nourished tiring The body ages faster from hunger than Haw timeIDr flobbaparapItlacnreaii hIdnsytll lsm pie tres Add alertIng lUmea j eoChlctco or M V THE TAKER Those Must Bo An swered Though Seam Ingly Impertinent The twelfth census will be the fullest ever taken Vy the United States and many of the question which the census taker is required to ask may seEm impertinent but they are not Several objectionable questions which were required to be asked at the last census taking in 1890 have been omit ed this time The census takers must be treated civilly and all questions must be answered properly If not the law provides a penalty Following are questions which will bt as ted of householders and indi viduals 1 Surname Christian name Initials 2 Residence street number ot house 3 Relation of each member to the head of the family 4 Colo of race 5 Sex 6 Age at last birthday 7 Day month and year when born 8 Are you single married widow widower or divorced 9 Number of years married 10 How many children n Number oichlldien living 12 Sex of these children 13 Where were you born If in the United States give State or Territory hot foreign birth give name of country only 14 Where was your father born Your mother Same conditions as the foregoing 15 If of foreign birth when did you come to the United States 16 How many years have you re sided in theUnited State 17 Have you been naturalized How many years since you became a citizen 18 What is your occupation trade or profession This question applies to persons ten years of age or older 19 How many months during the year are you employed 20 How many months have you attended school 21 Can you read 22 Can you write 23 Give the main facts concerning your education 24 Do you own the house in which you liver 25 Do you rent the house in which you live 26 If you own the house is it free or mortgaged The same question applies to farms All occupants or employes of a ho tel if they regularly sleep theremake up for the census purposes a family A house may be a room in a factory store or office building a loft over a stable a shanty boat a tent or a wig wam In addition to these questions stax tistlcs must be taken of the live stock by a recent order The law requires the work to be done between June i and 15 and as two Sundays intervene there will be only thirteen days to do thework The questions enumerated above will be asked all over the country Occasion to Yawn The lover foresaw difficulties- A chasm he exclaimed yawns at our feet- Yivian Brlskit the Chicago girl had never looked more beautiful than she was looking to night but there was a good deal of horse sense about her for all that- Perhaps its because my feet are such a chestnut she suggested with the utmost candor Detroit Journal c American Beauties There are none fairer or sweeter the world over Unfettered and untrammeled the American woman queens it as does no other woman in the world Yet her ery energy and ambition are often times her un doing She at tempts too much Her health is un dermined And when health goes beauty goes also The use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery reestablishes the health It cures diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion and nutri tion and assures perfect assimila foodand the proper nour the body It In creases the blood supplyand elim impurIties the system and cloud the complexion 1 Mrt Mary R Lewis of I W Va writes Dr Pierce Golden Iedicai DUcovery Favorite and Tlea aol cured me whcu doctors and other medicines filled For fifteen years I suffered untold misery I had Rhen ho o- tyer getting well I not lie etown101rrod everything I alewould I t waiverjr nervous and could hardly walk across the room I only weighed D when I commenced taflitogihese medicines tIyears sgo I now weigh one hundred and and am having boiler health thin before sick so long AaMcAsnni La 54 rebeit rt 4d I have takCn Sfteco bottle each of mscrlpllon1 Discovery 0 1IPellet II Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets act gently but effectively Women value IF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable Work Specialty FRIDAY CalomelQulnln MILD WOODWARD ATTORNEY PHUDEN ALABAMA CAROLINAGEOR GOVERNOR Vagrancy 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the Far West willtellconnections and will send you an Interesting little booklet a tillnltliV Eo 11 taunt tan Nur ut ni lit i A1ktllR1I im un AIL ST LOUI8 MO ihllMlkJl4tStIilPIf J i Hartford Republican r FON and LON ROGERS Editors Te oxaoae =utxaec = Cve w = tiufd frIJajl by tnt iMitford Pub Cotmcrp ralra dieted it Hitlfttd postollict as secenJclass mail call FRIDAY MAY 4 1111Goebelism of which it shall fall will be re enun ciated and re a filed in the llepubican conventions Come out and aburo Ihe honor JUDGE CANTRILL Bays lie would not try a dog for fighting in Frank flu county Veil Judge you a partly responsible for tbia anti w are somewhat surprised that the Jud would bo frank enough to admit hi own political littleness CAMPDELL Co have struck an other snag in their persecution process a change of venue granted and the Goebelites go up Salt River That persecution process will likelend now since the accused are not t be formally tried in that dirty den Frankfort TilE Supreme Court has the Kentucky contest suit under advisement anll will in all probability baud down an opinion on the 14th Justice John M Harlan will probably deliver I opinion It is mere conjecture DIal speculation to say what the cjurt will do but it is believed that it will take jurisdiction in the case and if they do the Beckhamites cant get out of Frankfort last enough What will be done to the usurpers and those engaged in treason and persecution will doubtless be a plenty If men ever deserved punishment for forgery for usurpation and robbery that gang at Frankfort will certainly get its share ATT Y GEN CLIFTON J PRATT re tired from the contest fight at a time when the State most needed his services He virtually surrenders th office of Attorney General to a usurper while all the other State officers superseded and appealed to the Court of Appeals Mr Pratts course maybe one of wisdom but those who voted him Attorney General think differ ently After having been duly elected he should have fought with the tenacity of his bold and fearless leader 1 Gov Taylor This entire contest affair was started purely as a bluff and Mr Pratt has proven himself not equal to the demands of the time Mr Pratt is a gentleman but his actions in this matter have forever put a quietus on his politicalaspirations THAT famous grand jury of Franklin county died in great agony after a long sefeionwithout indicting Gover nor Taylor The failure was not oc casioned by anr lack of generalshi- on the part of the Beckhamites and the Goebelites and the persccutionisls but one jurors heart failed him this e the whole secret Eight votes weer in favor of indicting him while for voted against the indictment and for the liberty of the high citizen accused It was certainly not the wish of the Goebelites that Taylors scalp should escape Innocence was no plea fo liberty but testimony that woul hang Taylor and damn the Republican party were splendid reason- why a party should not be persecuted This was all that was necessary to have immunity guaranteed all required to get out from behind the bars This is what they pave Youlsey nod Cultou and Tallow Dick Combs No reasonable person would sup pose that those men charged with the killing of Goebel would care to b tried in the town or county where the lawyers sometimes have a tiltonlt the moment it comes fifty revolvers and as many Winchesters are leveled on the man in court This was the case in the examining trial of Caleb Powers in the town of Frankfort in the county of Franklin No man witheven horse sense would care to be tried in a den of armed bullies and overgrown beer dealers and patrons Of all the places that would provoke the wrath of the ruler of heaven andearth Frank fort is certainly first and foremost Those accused acted wisely in dc manding a change of venue An unti Goebel cur could not get a lair and impartial trial in that den at Frankfort and should he bo acquitted his hide would be eagerly sought he fore he could get to an asylum of rest PURSUANT to call of the executive committee the Republicans of Ohio county will meet in precinct conven tions tomorrow to elect precinct com mitteemen and also to elect delegates to the county convention which meets here Monday Republicans through out the county should attend these contentions and demonstrate by words and deeds their interest in the party that stands for every interest of the great common people In these conventions the manhood of Kentucky that has fought so valiantly for the civilrights of great Ameriuimsshould again declare to the world its inten tion of standing firmly for Hie re eslab lishment of civil liberty in Kentucky If the Supreme Court should hold that it has no jurisdiction in the case at i now pending before it Kentucky must Ilguiu mutt sad endure the bitter fight between Irrcmrn nod political thieves Where tliall that contest begin bow waged winre end It must begin inn lie 1iiris tit honest randy men and voicHl in our pimarics and conven- lint s It must be waged warmly wHfollwith the interest of 1899 in created fourfold In the beginning ut that contest it should be understood that they who stole last year will steal again That the same buccaneers are bclnud the party whose name has been made synonymous with corruption knavery and dishonor This contest iliouM never end until the Goebel reelection law is superseded by a fair- e and honest law that guarantees to cv thge countoed as cast This is where the contest begins how it should he waged and where it should only end Come out to the convention and renew your de termination that civil liberty shall be reestablished or the world shall know the reason why alTIfAT eo called Populist convene lion under the management of Pettit his been held and Bryan was endorsed on that 10 to 1or bust platform It will certainly disgust the honest Po ulists of this county to know that To w Pettit is attempting to lead their pare ty If a man has convictions he should be man enough to declare them outright unit should not suffer himtelf dragged around by men of other par ties If the Populist party shall ever obtain a standing in National politics it must gain it on its own merits and not by fusing with other parties be cause the stronger party invariably consumes the smaller as a natural coo sequent Tom Pettit is nothing short of a Bryanized Goebelized aad subsidized Democrat working for that party as a Populist We hold nothing against the Populist brethren be cause in their ranks are found many abilityea compose largely of Ioodold farmers But for those deceitful Democrats sailing un der the Populist banner we have the utmost contempt Such men are not worthy the notice of gentlemen WE note in the call lara Democrat io convention that those Democrats faithful to Bryan in 189G and those true to Goebel are urged to attend and participate in the precinct con ventions which are to bo held on the 19th of this month The youths are especially invited to make their homes in the ranks of the Democratic party To thesi young men TilE REIUUCAX would say baitand before drifting further on a disastrous course take your latitude and ascertain your course What inducement young DemocraticPfrom a membership in that partythat when many of the old heads ineofrcan you the properties of hope We will not say this is impossible because there are many who ate biased and born menrcondcansnot its flagrant and vicious wrongs Who are Democrats anyway Mn HELM BUNCHS plea for freedom in the Supreme Court Monday was patriotic and much American This paragraph contains volumes WpfNltlmt In thl4 raw IN Inrolriil the itim tlun wlutbcr wi nt political fnimiii or iultl Hl Mrfo wlHtliir we linw In Kriitiu kv n r1IoII or tightenwnrwl w IrM not tlmt tIIIIIIIbII1Tlny wen frirtn no nmunl lon by the tw ipl4 to wlwt n inivtrnor for thorn and weld Mr ItlhrNun ppwikliiK fur himself HIM 1 hi loinpiitrl nti An 1lw1IYrkNald4111 wan not tln Hovtrii Hell we fought for W ilaro Ufii drohi iv putillrntibiii tlw prlalpk linn fullml to iln UN durAUd vrrnll on tin nuniuntor to lit irooil ltn itiiMitinty Wcimkliir thv protection of III rdy nod prnwrlr xualnel tlw nrliltrnry ixer of 1IIe of KVtllI Shall we be freemen or shall we be polilicial serfs is a timely question well put Under the present dynasty we have been declared political cape goats and unworthy of the privilege of freemen By the hand of tyranny this Election Commission makes our government an elective despotism and that is not what we fought for said Jeflereon If this oligarchy shall stand why should the people have to pay the expenses of holding Slate county and municipal elections when that hoard is superior to all law anti regard for justice Why not this board appoint in the first place The peoples voice is out heard and it is not possible to deceive them into believing that they are chasing their servants Do away with the election commissioners or the present form of voting IT may truly be said that the Goo bel election law is directly responsible for the present deplorable condition of attain ic the State of Kentucky That law caused Louisville to be dis franchised Through its operation the fair people of Martin Mngofliu and Johnson counties were deprived ofa voice in the government under which by the very nature of them existence they are forced to live This same law brought abut the contest Frankfort in which the State hoes sustained debt of 6500000 By reason of this same law Kentucky has been on the brink revolution for the past six moths Tile evils of this law have been set forth so plainly in the recent flection that every citizen should ba ube to see them clearly and the must of them do see them yet there are a few unscrupulous lawyers and Horse editors still clam oring for that law but every one of them knew it to be the most danger ous iind damnable product ever turned oil by the brain of man Such a measure cannot survive a test trialand the people have written its doom and it must soon pass from the pages of the Kentucky statutes It is true that it will never be erased by the present legislature Such a body of Spaniards would do nothing for the promotion of the States interest They were freely nail fairly tried on the infamous law anda majority said the thing should stand though it might be viciously partisan and unfair The next legislature will be pledged to repeal the law The fight will be waged in Kentucky from this day until the Goebel law is repealed On this one issue the Republicans and In dependents will stand pat for the death of this measure That is the 1only source for liberty in this State MR B L MAIDEN of Palo calle at TimE RKFUIIMCAX office yesterday and subscribed for TilE IlEiTnucAX the Louisville Co m frciaaud the Ciu cinnati Commercial Gaulle Mr Maid en has been a lifelong Democrat but weakenedconsiderably during Cleve lands eight years of misfortune and mishaps and when Goebel stole out right the Democratic nomination fur Governor he refused to follow the fates of Democracy further and in forms us that he is now a Republican THE REPfiiLiCAN thrice welcomes Mr Maiden into the Republican party because he is one of the most progres sive and energetic farmers in the country He is a man of influence and truly such men are a blessing to any party with which they chose t link their fortunes A number a bright boys bless the home of Mr Maiden and his example will have much to do in shaping their future silce he has spent a lifetime in the party which he now turns his back on GOVERNOR HiUDLEvV brief in the contestedelection case presented to the Supreme Court was an exhaust Iwo document It reflects great credit upon him who prepared it It is a fair specimen of the work turned oil by this great American statesman Beyond doubt men are of circum stance and with the proper opportu nity Governor Bradley would figure in National nlhira as he does in State affairs Give him the opportunity to demonstrate his ability in the United States Senate and Fairbanks of ImlianiaFurakerof Ohi r and Payne of New York will be lesser stars than they are supposed to be They are onlmen with opportunities Bradley is a man too with the opb por unity to figure in national politics left off Old Blackburn should be retired to that long since inherited recluse for a dead politician oblivion and public favor should be given free ly to his superior in every phase of human intelligence Governor Bradley has won for himself that proud distinction of being the leading lawyer in Kentucky and one of the foremost of the land This is what the Kentucky contest hasdono for Bradley Verily opportunities make men THAT Goebel election law is a mighty good thing Through its op erations its ambitious author and sup porter lost his life by means of it the citizens of Louisville were disfran chised and the inhabitants of Johnson Martin and Magoflin counties were declared incompetent to exercise their constitutional power and God given principle Trough and by means of this law Kentuckys name has become a by word allover the union its best citizens have been incarcerated in prison without cause and they have been refused trial The best citizens having been elected by tho popular vote have been arrested fur that Nothing in sight but the taking of the offices which the good people gave them These arc some of the results of the Goebel law and yet journals eelfstlleddeclaro this to he a magnificent law a law under which Re publicans cannot commit fraud but under the operations of which the result of a Democratic convention is not left to chance Do the chris tian people endorse the Goebel law They condemned it almost without ex ception before the election andsince the light bos been turned on its oper ations the church will certainly stand more firm on its original stand and itis perfectly logical to conclude that the chrigtiiius are all against this infamous measure Those good old Christians should pray for courage to vote for a man whoso vote is pledged to the eternal death of that law Will you do your duty brethren rCutting around the eyes should be avoided unless you are willing to make yourself a subject for experi menting In surgrry This is unnec essary Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve will cure sore eyes and y rnnuhtel lidf f IIIstrengthens Found aGoldMine IT WAS IN HIS POUL TRY YARD Sinn In lawn 1 OKI n CIn1 Tlml Mnktk IIi Urn lag Iloublahr Iun- lxuulbrrNwauorx115 lnitr Mi Pert of Ill Nncrrn People in the neighbohood Cres ton Iowa are amazed at the number ofeggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was the cause of his hens being so prolific be stated it wasall in a certain compound be was using that kept his hens in good con dition and furnished them Null the produetillAlnerieon MfgCoin business is inti rested i the health ofhis hens and thtir laying capacityIn the eggs lie his profits is guaranteed to increase the production of eggs 100 per cent or money rehftided It will do more than three times as much as theramcamount of any other compound It is concen Crated in form and the result of year plultrybusinessas to what it will do and you are ill vited to try it at the expense of the company Send SI for u sample package and if it doesnt do the wrrtk you get your money buck This is fair and is made to induce practical poullrymen to give it a trial It is also a sure pre vtntive of such diseases as the terrible suedh parts ices directly on the craw Anti gizzard and is A thoroughly scientific prepara lion The manufacturers guarantee every package or refund purchase money It your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hes be age In that case order direc from American Manufacturing Co Terre Haute Ind 1 SMALLHOUSE KY May rMiss Maggie Hunter U having chills Miss Eva Ilackttt of Livermore will visit her cousins Mis J C Diakt and Miss Ethel Hunter next week Mis George Greer will start today for Arkansas to visit her mother and sisters She will probably remain tI county is visiting his uncle Rev G H LawrenceMrs Allen is quite ill Mrs Robert Hunter And son Rob have just returned from a visit t Lewis Station and Pleasant Ridge They were accompanied to Pleasant Ridge by their uncle Mr D H French of Lagrauge Ky Mrs lInn ters daughter Mrs Mildred Calla way Miss Katie Hawkins and Miss Myrtle Lashbrook The members of Equality church me putting new paper on the church which will add greatly to Its appear anceMiss Oma Maddox who is attend log school nt Hartford visited her parents Mr and Mrs M P M ddox Saturday and Sundayaf Driiliioi Cniinot IVureA- by locHl HppHratlotirt x4 they tannot rpmh hr UlixHM portion of the wir Therein only oar any to enni l iifiim sad that l IY roriiltmloii nl rtmiOk Iteafntw In iaiinwl by mi ImtaHMtl rnnilltloii of the iiiucon llulmrof the in iiirhliiii Tnlx WhcnthU tuburllodaxlri jnmhamm runibllnic pounil or IniiMrfat hcHrinirNiil Hhn It In entirely Howl tleilfn M In the IWOlt illl nn1w the Inflammation ran IIxkrnnut nml thlM tube rmtorwl to It normal rnmlltlon Imiluv will la ilextroyeil forever nine iamM out of ten nre ranilhy catarrh whlili U nothing lout mi Intlameil eon talon of tho nineon imrfiMw UMKlllirlre One lluiilml liolUni forany miw of DeafneAM iraiiMeil hy rutiirrh that ran nut IH nreillij Ilallii Catarrh run Senil fur in nlar raw r J rilHXUY x CO Tol lo It- SoM by lInorI 7V Mouth Imnlly mil are the bent List of Lottors Remaining in the Post office at Hart lord Ky which If not called for in 30 days will be sent to the Dead Letter Office at Washington D C Mrs Ludie Wilson Mrs Ed Smith Mrs MollieNunan Mrs E AStnltb Miss Leila A Smith W B Austin W H Bratcher G W Ktlley J B Miller Perons calling fur any of the above letters will please say that they saw them advertised WoonnutiY TiNfLnv P M e Agents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest tent seller ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Must lers wanted Rtfererce Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf a COOPER SCHOOL HOUSEKY Bow to the wife of Brigs Burgess on the 17th instant a boy Born to the wife of Llsh Randsom on the aist instant a girl We bad a large attendance at Sun day School at Coopers Sunday Mr Robert Taylor and wife of Pientis visited the family oi Mr Harve Bennettof Point Pleasant Saturday and Sunday Misses Iva Novie and Ona Taylor of Ptentis visited fiends and relatives nt this place Saturday and Sunday Messrs Clermont and Warren Taylor visited Mr Buck Bracken Sunday Miss Lucy Reid who has been teaching the Ptentis school has measles Miss May Rogers of Beaver Dim is vibiting the family of Mr E E RogersMiss Clyde Taylor was at home SundayMiss Logic Hocker has returned to her borne in Certral City Miss Grace lUll spent from Friday until Sunday afternoon at her home near Logansport F B F Good old Granny Mttcalf of Kentucky 89 years old says that Dr Bells PineTar Honey is the best Gulp cure Cough Lung and Bronchial remedy that has bern flered to the people during her life Sold every whit reo m q J iTrade I 1 ri lrSAr LK 1aalasiwi wirlILTS s w4Zl w17 aD ri rr rTI r4 0 P yi Tr = 1InAY Cr rAP t qAfyP P 0 Ay f P 1 P 0 Pin Pha P Ph 1 P P j Be the 1 of the government what it may fold let individual opinion upon the question of territorial acquisition vary as it will there is no denying the filet that in all itnI permeates everything Thoughts of new markets and wider fields to absorb increased production have acted like a powerful stimulant upon both manufacturer and retailer theelarge and small throughout the length and breadth of the lund Such at any rate is 1encouraging words of satisfied liberal patrons Spring business is away ahead of this time last year and if this is expansion lets keep on expanding II II Summer Millinery Our Millinery Department is as interesting as an exotic garden an exposition of choice textiles and an exhibit of the highest results possible to attain in industrial nit New I combinations in artistic headwear have been received and 1achieved since Easter Wo want you to see them Mouse Cleaning Frequently demands a New Carpet Rug Window lilind Lace Curtains New BcdKoom Suites Wardrobe lied proIpared to supply your needs in thus line for very moderate consideration hiring diagram of your room and we will cut carpet Io match Mens Furnishings We are showing a large varietyof new creations in Fancy Shirts with Silk U somv Puff Bosoms and Neck wear bright nobby and up to the minute Mens Underwear now open and ready for your inspect in This lino is so entirely different from anything we have over before shown that they have been pronounced by those who have teen them to bo trade winners Dont fail to see this line It is good Horse Shoe Brand Fertilizer the Farmers Friend care anxious to see you expandand there is ono sure way and that is by using successively year after year the o Horse Shoe Brand of Corn and Wheat Fertilizer and Homestead for Tobacco P 0 Buggies Wo own twelve of these famous buceies at old prices shipped in car lots at lower rate of freight with cash discount deducted In fact with every advantage tint experience money and cheap freight rates can give First come first cerved When these are conn we will have to pay more money as everyone else has already djno are for the 0111 us It is in our tent this nor will let us you us us of a bill will our to May sNot seeing anything in your paper from this place I shall at tempt to give a few items Farmers are still busy breaking ground and planting corn Mr C P Brown of Beaver Dam spent Tuesday night with Mr P M Brown and family Sunday school is progressing nice ly Rev Sidney Maddox Supt and Mr W P Brown Secy is invited to attend Messrs J S Maddox nnd P M Brown were in Beaver Dim Tuesday on business Alter spending Saturday and Sunday with her parent Mss Maud Mad dox returned to Beaver Dam where the is attending school Miss Sarah Pitlle is school at this place She has bright pros ptcts for a successful teacher Mr N P Brown spent Siturday night with Mr Chas R ndtr ol Mc theory Miss Sarah Hocker was the guest of Mimes SilHe and Mattie Ticbenor Mrs George Mrs P M Brown and Mrs Alfred McConnell are still on the sick list With best wishes fur Tint Rnrun LICAN and in patty I will close PP N A Ponny Savod Is a Ponny Earnod Economy is the lesson taught by this saying It is true economy to take Hoodu SirfapatilU at this season because it purifies enriches and vital izs the bloo I and thus prevents sick ness and puts the whole system In a state ol health for the coming season Every bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilla prOOfltbo1t Pills 25 I Ednrato Tour llonrcU With Cusearts BEDA 3 1910 Editors RnruiiUCAN I note you lave dropped the good roads question for the present nt least Now I to express myself on to which you hive so called cur attention if you will permit Die It will never do to cease this Iiht for roads and the best way possible to reach the people is tluough the press 80 I should i trot your the fight in the columns of your news j urnal This question should nut lie dormant while we have grad roads and when bid ro da come agitate it You have commenced a grand fight and forbearance with the detenulna lion to succeed will much Our neighbor Divless county is building turnpikes in various sections and in most localities and it is proving course the roads are worked by taxation but that is the tray In which public cin bf kept in condition forlbe present trav tl First trt nil let the Fiscal Coon vote a tnx for tin toads the county then let it formulate dtfiiitte plans for reb the roads fir the present demands for travel No one the fait that ou present system is a fiilure then w shoud not stop to qllbble about we should do but how can we mos accolU the desired road and bridge commissioners the past has proven this a failure and it shouldnot be indulged longer Tint 56100 for snarland bridge commissioners might bs aujj mented with a small tix levy the taxpayers would scarcely miss I and with a properly developed plan Mr working the nntlsth gre it ques tion of better roafs would b practical ly FolvH I nrn unblfi to this qiettion lute ligertly but those in authority should take it up and give Opening of Spring Wash Goods JSuch creations of foreign looms variety of fine textures such exquisite designs of the seawnb newest patternshave never before been ottered Mister hiss gone old is near approaching therefore do not delay staking your elections Wo hue anticipated your wntits and prepared 1 to Inrninll with anyof the most desirable noveltiestShoes for Everybody It is most important and to the best interest of every buyer of Shoe to inspect soil carefully consider the high class shoos we are bowing before they purchase their IIChillrenshilly meet the deinaudn of nil sections of the country and Btirpaiucd ill beauty nod all previous showings Allow in to suggest that your own interests will he best served by buying your pplof these goods from ui Umbrellas Parasols und Fans These unique weapons of npaitut cummera neceullrWeeach Not a earriedovcr Umbrella Parasolor Fan in the entire sb rV We nil appreciate a bak through by you Mens and Boys Headgear We have just openeda most desirable and attractive line of Stray lints fur Men Boys nut Children nt very- reaslnnbo priers Our sticks of Alpinrr Gulls Derbies KnilroilH old mciiV in all the new colorings and shapes will ufvi with more than your expectations Clothing= We nre reeeivinu another Hbipnifiit of Fiuhionnblc Sprints Clothing Our business in this department has fxcutled our cxctitii ii The public know R good thing when theysee U and they realize that they tin slot have In go any further thou our Clothing Department to get it We very grateful immense business friends have given unprecedented and without parallel history However we are not resting con on we it deter train striving continually to serve you better than other houses We trust will visit as early as possible and bring your Wool Hams Sides Lard Shoulders Eggs Chickens and Feathers und we shall have the pleasure selling you nice spring Any orders sent in by mail merit very best attention E P BARNES BRO Successors Hocker Cof Beaver Dam Kentucky ELMWOOD SCHOOLHOUSE Everybody teaching Sunday Gardiner orJOe KYMay that practically desire thesuhject frequently good continuing accomplish important luighlysatisfartrytoall- Of only thoroughfares specially Improving throughout pairing disputes whet 111vur appropriation which discus summer variety Mlfilvfonro it their cirelil attention it h their duty to do so This evil ought to be righted and the sooner it Is taken up the quicker will the country enjtheliberties justly due it Siiisciuinw Bost for tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never ell well until your bowelol arc put tight CAS CARETS help nature cute you with out a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just io cents to start getting your health back CASCARElS Candy Cathartic the genuine put upin metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations COMRADE M11if DeLong i InCompany returnfromI have used Dr Miles Rutorative Nervine for nervousness brought on by the use of tobacco and too close applica tion to business It gave me prompt net without leaving any unpleasant effect TIle result was beneficial and lasting I heartily endorse ftP 1717 MILE- SRestorative NervineguaranteefirstBook on heart and nerves tent free Pr Mlles Medical Company Elkhart Inds GroatostSpoclullstI For ao years DTNewton Hatha- wayt has so stircesslully treated chronic diseases that lie is acknowledged to professionmethod ol treatment for Veiicocelc and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures In 90 per cent of all eases In the treatment ol Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoninp Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hatbawaya practice is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians remlily yield to his treat ment Write hint to day fully about your case lie makes no chart e for consultation or advice either at his of fice or by mall Address J Newtcn Hathaway M D 3C9 Church St Nashville Tenn tf i giveChamberlains will not cost you a cent if it does no good One application will relieve the pain It also tuxes sprains and requiredbyIrosthltes qulnsey pains in the side slid chest glandular and other swell lags me quickly cuttd by applying ItEvery bottle warranted Price 25 and 5 cts mar way On account of meeting of the Louis vine Jockey Club at Louisville May 3d to 19th and May Musical festival May I4th to 16th the I C R R will sell tickets as follows Rate one and onethird fare May and to May I9th inclusive limited to May slat for reIturn On account Derby Day May Clark Stakes May roth and Oak Stakes May 19th rate of one fare for 1 r und trip sold for morning only tickets limited to two trainsIMay I4th and isth and morning oi i6tb one fare for round hip limited to May I7th for returnIS B VANMHTKR Agt IMOIt A NT1TCII IN TintSort nine IlnKWTonlontwImprorrd teat pleasant tnlcen In nrlj Spring and Fall prey Yenta ChllU Ifctifrue sad Malarial Fever Acts on the liver tonen up the inteni letter than Quinine Uuirnntttd try It At Druggist Wo end f100 bottlM yet r SPRIN 3 ClE i NING suooo i Now that Sprint Dresses and Hats are to some extent A of the minls of the ludlea another item of ureat im P confronts them THAT IS HOUSE CLEANS Iall Vo aro prepared better than ever before to make a job a light one Our stock of wool ingrain Carpets cotton chain Carpels hemp Carpets Matting Floor Oil I Cloth Carpet Paper Scrims Silkolinci Lace Curtains f Window Shades extension Bracket Curtain Poles was more complete Prices to suit all kinds of purees 4nrverlie for goods in this special line 50cWe35o i 1Extravalue in figured hemp Carpets 30c Good value in figured cot ton cpI 25c GooJ grade plain mixed hemp Carpets at 3oc i SILKOLINES LACE CURTAINS and one half yard Lace Curtains bound edges 60c i r Tbree yard Lace Curtains extra wide and ex p iTVuvalue taped edgee 75c a pair Three and nne half f lace Curtains assorted designs II inches wide Iedger a great bargain 8100 per pair Constant P 11 1 Iyon hand a fine grade of Curtains up to 8300 a pair A 8arNice Silkoline fur drapery lOc Good quality of t Scrim 5c letter Grade of Scrim 8c lOc and 12Ac f curtain Swiss iu white old fancy dots lOc Jix f 1teusiolBrackets 15c Small Curtain Poles 15c in oak itorcherry Curtain poles wood fixtures 250 Carpet A ainc per JJI arcliQ Straw MI I11llartfonl 1 Can plcate you in 1 price and quality Extra line figured Mattinga aoc Goal quality I cotton chain Mattings 20c Jointlcts Mattinga pretty shades in k mixed blue mixed and green mixed at loc Jointed Mattings inrcdi the mixed shades at lOc- I iFlcor Oil Cloth and Window Shades quality floor Oil Cloth 20c Better grade heavy IOilCltb 25c Mood Felt Window Shades on spring roller 12 Good quality linen Shades on roller and 2rc Six or seven feet long Heat grade Oci hade seven feet lung 50c Visit headquarters Remember we not only 1 but beat any prices made you We want your Wool Eggs Gintcng and Feathers TH Il IhAGL IS j f t Keown AMI ti MartinHARTFORD c 4 Liverymen DrIere In CKLKMKATKD IJEAH FliUTI L1XK11S BUGGIES IIIUOSELL WAGONS MLUEI and BLODNI PLOWS DEEU1NG IlAltV EST j ING MACHINES AGENTS FOR J I CASE TIIKESIIING MACHINES FAIKEST DEALINGS LOWEST PUICESThoIJEST lUGS GIVE THEM A CALL EVERYTHING FIHSl CLASS Telephone vo8 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 4 1 I c 3Ft 3EI New Time Cnnl taking exert Siimlny April Mil 1100 nt noun North llonnil Nn IM dun 447 u in No I W one SBI p m No IK one 32 I lu Hoatb Iltiund No lil duo flan a in No 101 doe 201 pm Loral FIghteNorth Hound No 104 one rtO n in Month Jluunil No lOa dno tM I i m Train No 104 will atop for Owrn boro Hint and LonliTllla uiuuwnRsrH unlyI H Ib YAxUETM Aprnt I See Curson Co for Fertilizer Come to the county convention Monday II you are in reed t Clothing see Carson Co Dnnt forget the precinct conven tIon Saturday I DrR P Nail Cromwell was In 1townTuesday Renumber the county convention is next Monday 1 Rev Virgil Elgin Owensbore was in town Wednesday We buy lams Chickens Eggs Feathers and Wool CARSON Co Mr John T Rone Centertown wa A in town Wednesday Load your wagon with Hams Chickens Feathers Eggs acd Wool then visit Carson Co for top prices i Gil C M Dunett Louisville was in town first r fthe wok Born to the wife of Mr Wm Ault mire the 29th ultimo a boy j Just received a new lot of Shirts in Silks and Percals CARSON Co Mrs Ella Boone of Louisville is viritlng her sister Mrs F L Felix Dr G F Chapman Centertown called at Tins RnrunucAN office Wednesday MessraT H E and C J Rogers Cromwell spent Sunday in town with relatives Mr John J McHenry Louisville visited in Hattlord Saturday Sunday and Monday Mr Tim Taylor nod family left Tuesday for a two weeks visit to friends in Butler county Drs J S Smith McHenry and S D Taylor Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call Wednesday The infant child of Mr and Mrs Andy Peach of near Jingo died Wed nesday and WAS buried yesterday Miss Alice Stafford the Milliner Is with Cirson Co again this season and wants to sell everyone that is in need of a List Mr and Mrs Shelby Taylor and little son Master laugh Edward spent Sunday in the country near Heave Dam with relatives Mr Beda Brown of near McHenry was tried in Judge Millers court Mon day and adjudged to be ot unsound mind and is now in the Hopkinsville asylum for medical treatment Mr H C Meade traveling agent for the Paris Medicine Co of St Louts made Till RRTOBLICAN n very agreeable call Wednesday Mr Meade is a most plerpant and congenial gen tleman Mr James A Thumbs is utTering from a severe attack olla grippe lie has been unable to tAke any nourish- ments for several dtys and be contin ually grows weaker Unless there is a change in a few diys lor the better his case may prow hopeless On account of Southern B ptit Convention nt Hot Springs Ark May loth to 17th the L C R R will sell tickets at rate ol one fire for the round trip tickets on sale May 6th to 9th good to return until May 24th S B VANMETER Agt Ponl ToUcro Spit ud flraoli Tuar life inir To quit tobacco eavlljr end forever be roae ache full of lire and vigor take KoTo Ilac the wnnder worker hint males weak mOil strong All drugging too or II Cure IIuarlll teed llooUlet and mmple free Addrtit Sterling Itcniedr Co Chicago or New York CUBS WKUIf AllllSE I AIlS Dool Coab IlruP Tllltea Dae- In time Sold hr dru fta w i T HRSAsScrofuIaT Bolls removes Pimples and Eruptions gives fair POclearAce vitalizes and enriches tho blood Master Noble Taylor Eon of J M Taylor ol near Beaver Dam has had a severe attack of appendicitis It was thought that an operation would give favorable results and two exper fenced physicians were called from Louisville to perform this surgical operation on Thursday of lust week At last accounts the little fellow was resting easily and his recovery is now almost a certainty and it might well be attributed to the advancement in the practice of surgery Dr Robt L Ford and Miss Nora Bennett both of Deda quietly ar ranged for a voyage on tile matrimonial sea got In their carriage and drove toOwensbro Wednesday where the nuptial tights were enjoyed after which they left fat Boonville Ind to visit a brother of Dr Ford Dr Ford is a very prominent and promising young physician with a bright future while his bride wag a very charming young lady much beloved by all her associates and friends THIS Rnrun LICAN sincerely wishes for them a bright and happy future which they so justly deserve The announcement of the approach ing marriage of Mr Richard Ross of Hartford and Miss Gracie Smith of McHenry conies with no great surprise for they have long since been very much devoted Mr Ross is a very congenial young man and owns a nice farm just South of town Miss Smith is a daughter ot Dr and Mrs J S Smith of McHenry She graduated at the Beaver Dam High School not long since taking the B S de gree Her attainments are those of a typical lady Tim REPUBLICAN wishes for their future all the success and happiness they may have anticipated and we trust that the union may prove as pleasant and amiable as their court ship We had Implicit confidence in our new board of councilmen and we hope to have no occasion to regret for hav ing placed this confidence in the board The spring has beautifully opened and the work on the new pavements should begin at once Circuit court will soon convene again and we are not prepared to receive the farmeis and business men Let the command go forth that the pavements shall be built in thirty days and enforce that decree and then will you or will you not have the bogs removed from the streets These animals are indeed of fensive to all the citizens and espec laity to the ladies The town should rid itself of these monsters to clean li ness and It can only be accomplished through the board of councilmen With new pavements built through out the town and the offensive swine removed from the stttets Hartford would be a very desirable place to live Will the board come to our rescue The young ladies and gentlemen of the two societies of the Hartford Col lege will give a public entertainment at the College hell tonight This will be an educational treat for the friends of the school and we are sure they will eagerly take advantage of it Nothing can be mole encouraging to these socletlesthan for the public to show its approbation and appeciation by going out to par ticipate ip this evening of mental rec reation These young ladles and gentlemen merit success and we trust they will teceive it when the proper tfloit has been made The exercises for the evening are simply a test for the students to appear before an au dience and briefly express their views on the subjects as they may chose We trust that each membrwlll bear in mind that the success of the evening depends largely on the man ncr in which he brings up Ills part In packing your valise for a trip donut fail to put in a bottle of Dr Bells Anti Pain A change of climate diet or water often deranges the stomach or bowels which Is instantly relieved by this wonderful Painkiller m COLLEGE NOTES Prof W Cecellus Bell spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives at Bnsor Daviess county Miss Oma Maddox visited relative at Centertown Saturday and Sunday Mr Rufas Carter who has been out if school on account ot sickness for a few days is weil and with us again Mr Alva Taylor and Miss Bernice Miller were pleasant callers at Ex Monday morning 1 Mr L Milburn visited relative near Adaburg Saturday and Sunday Mr George Sbort of Cloverport visited our school Tuesday Me Ronda Wade visited his patent s at Adaburg Saturday and Sunday Mr Marvin Miller was a pleasant caller Wednesday morning 1ItD P Mosely who has been a the bedside of his mother near Ma gan for the past few days is with us in school again STUDENT V Great opportunity ottered to good relhble men Salary of 15 per week nnd expenses for man with rig to in troduce our Poultry Mixture and In sect Destroyer in the country Sent TerreI I Townsmans Reply Illung be the heavens with black I The great Pooll Bah ol Hattlord has fallen He has been smitten hip and thigh in a political controversy and that by a mere question or two No more will the arms vlrumque canoe of his fellow politicians resound in the land for like a Jog that worries a cat when his master kicks him he has hopped a common funny piece to work all his surplus wrath No more shall it be endured that there shall be smiles in the land We would suggest to the editor an Inscription for his place of business paraphrase of the one over InI All who enter here leave their behind We dont know what he means by saying that the article purported to come from a Townsman unless he did it because he is accustomed to articles that dont come from the place they purport to We beg to as sure tbc unless gentleman that a real live bona fide Townsman wrote the article and not the editor of TUB RE PUBLICAN We think it unnecessarily diffuse in the gentleman to tell us that the par ty from Rumsey and Calhoon came UP the river to get to Hattford They always come up lie says no doubt it was intended to be funny and he tells the truth We believe that the party of young ladies was respectable and sensible but we cant believe that they thought it was anything more than a joke It was taken as a joke by many of the citizens of Hartford and as we happen to know by some of the prin cipalsalso So vade retro Sathanas We think that it is doubtful if the birds ol the air and the fishes of the sea did exhibit such dismay but we would not like to Insure against an exodus if his stnileless visage should be wailed DOWN the river to any of the aforesaid towns We are sorry that the young ladies should find out that there are fossils in public places in our town We apologize to them for making ajoke and we solemnly promise if we ever joke again to give the forlorn Pooh Bah ten days notice in writing We believe this will secure us safety unless he should have a political controversy he would like to crawl out of If he does hes sure to hop us We think it ungenerous for him to turn the pen that has so gloriously waged inky war against our feeble little goose quill and neglect the field of political strife There is one thing that does us some good though He may not mean it He has been a two times talker in the past and it may be he is talking double now How sad it is toeee a man with two legs a nobly formed head and a drouthy crop of hair who Is so absolutely dense that you cant shoot a joke into him with a gun And sad der still it is to hear that there are many jokeless people in town We should not be surprised to hear of an anti joking league being formed in the near future Ladies come again and well take you to the Herald office and alter you have noticed the inscription you may peep in and see the man who never smilesWe have heard that the hit dog howls but this is a case where the howling is done in sympathy for we said nothing about him unless he thinks the passage about owls was personal We beg to assure this Professor ol Gravity that no one would ever think him a beautiful young lady no matter how often he might carry his lugubrious phiz up or down the river TOWNSMAN Better late than never it is best however to be never late about taking Hoods Sarsaparilla to purity your blood Take it now In its advanced and chronic form a cold in the head is known as Nasal Catarrh and is the recognized source of other diseases Having stood the test of continued successful use Elys Cream Balm is recognized as a specific for membranal diseases in the nasalI passages and you should resort to this treatment in your own case It is not drying does not produce sneezing Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New I York Give up prejudice and try it i PortorsAntlsopticHoalingOilRelieves burns boils bruises itch eczema cntatrh sore throat erysipelas corns chapped hands or lips piles and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous mem brane it is a sure and permanent cure Will cure sore or inflamed eyes in 48 ortHorsemen will findthis oil will cur- scratches cracked heel halter burns old sores and collar galls No cure m pay For sale by J IL Williams Hartford Ky 41 Walkers Tonic aids nature In tb relief and cure of ail diseases arisin from disorders of the Brain Heart an Nerves It is a Brain food hear- Tonic and Nerve nourishment m A Progressive Enterprise It will be of interest to the people of the Green River Country to learn that the Directors of the Rough River Tele phone Company have decided to in crease the capital stock of the com pany to 10000 and to open the books for subscription to a limited amount ofstock They have also consumated a deal with the Directors of the Hart ford Telephone Exchange Company and the Commercial Telephone Telegraph Company whereby the Rough River Telephone Company be i comes the owner of all the property stock franchise c belonging to each of said companies This deal is subject to the approval and satisfaction of the stockholders of each of said companies The local telephone systems men tioned are owned by our own fellow citizens and have been under their ex elusive direction and control Not withstanding the fact that a foreign company attempted to drive the local company out its success has been marvelous financially nod otherwise and has reduced the rate of communi cation to ten cents to most all points in the county The net earnings of the Rough River Telephone Company tar the first three months of its career besides giving free communication to its stockholders has been 4 per cent which is equivalent to 16 per cent per annum The success of the other equallyIthe enterprise is a most excellent one and has come to stay It is a home enterprise and should be supported by all the people within its reach in pref erence to foreign corporations Why byIa the communication fee 63 per cent Painters Attontlonl j The undersigned will on the igth of May IQOO receive sealed bids for I the painting of all the iron bridges in Ohio county seven in number located as follows One at Hartford one at I Hines Mill or Dundee one at Barretts Ferry one on Caney creek on the Leitch field road one on Lewis creek near Rockport one Barnetts creek on the Livermore road All of old scales to be scraped or burned oft ant two new coats of paint applied Contractor must give bond for the faithful performance of his work Bids received and opened at the office of the county Judge Hartford Ky B F GRAVES G S FITZHCGH Com J P MILLER J Marriages Mr W T PorteYeaman Grayson county to Gentry Bar retts Ferry Date of marriage April 29thMr Joseph N Keown Select to Miss Eliza Smith Select Date of marriage May 4th Dr Robt IFord Beds to Miss Nora Bennet Beda Date of marriage May 2d Many a school girl is said to L be lazy an- dshiftless when she doesnt deserve the least bit of it She cant study easily falls asleep is nervous and tired all the time And what can you ex pect Her brain is being fed with impure blood and tier whole system is suffering from poisoning Such girls are wonder fully helped and greatly changed by ta- kingAYQfl sarSaparilla Hundreds of thousands of schoolgirls have taken it during the past 50 years Many of these girls now have homes of their own They remember what cured them and now they give thesame medi cine to thelrown children You can afford to trust a Sarsaparilla that has been centuryIIM If your bowels are coast Pills You unlesseyou have dally action of the bowels 21 eta a bu mld1peplbJ2 Write ihm Doctor IalatwdaUeredoctorgdVU to t Addreii C ATBIt Lowell Mtl CENSUS REPORT The census report below given is nol exactly correct but alIJlcxlmalel I t given in this isue nl TUB Ramon LICAN for the benefit of teachers and others interested In the public school ot the county A lew districts hay not yet reported Diet Male Female Total 1 2 24 20 44 3 40 32 72 4 35 28 63 5 40 48 8- G 56 62 11 7 35 26 60 8 48 36 83- o 26 24 60 10 3Q 39 09 11 12 20 29 491I 13 35 31 60I 14 61 44 05- l 40 39 70 16 29 34 03 17 54 69 123 18 21 32 63 19 32 31 03 20 17 14 3J 21 31 21 62 22 J9 30 49 23 GO 50 11 24 19 19 3 25 22 21 4 q 26 29 36 G 27 41 36 7 28 30 23 5 29 51 34 86 30 71 64 135 31 26 36 02 32 38 27 65 33 31 30 G 1 34 42 a9 8f 35 28 20 48 36 16 22 38 37 38 46 84 38 31 27 68 39 27 16 4 3 40 52 50 10 2 41 99 95 19 4 42 17 39 56 43 28 30 58 44 oj4 35 7 9 45 47 36 8 3 46 25 21 46 47 46 60 16 48 27 32 69 49 49 42 9s- 50 1G 28 28 5 61 16 20 30 52 18 17 3 5 63 31 36 67 54 39 37 76 55 45 24 69 66 33 25 58 57 30 31 01 58 59 41 44 85 60 66 46 10- GI 1 26 37 03 62 18 13 3 63 64 25 36 6 1 65 29 31 60 66 30 30 00- m 42 32 U 68 69 33 37 70 70 24 16 40 71 21 22 4 72 45 36 8 73 46 41 8 74 45 44 89 75 30 16 46 76 44 36 So 77 32 32 6 78 79 59 62 22- 8o 38 30 68- 8J 46 36 82 82 Sr 89 170 83 52 48 50 84 67 6o 22 7 85 21 17 38 86 58 53 III 87 24 r8 4 2 88 55 48 to 3 89 36 20 5 6 90 26 27 5 3 91 43 29 7 2 92 93 44 37 8 t 94 26 53 3 95 40 27 67 96 r38 528 266 97 31 r6 47 98 25 31 59 99 29 40 loo 43 32 75 rot 34 26 6o toe 46 30 7 6 J03 42 26 68 too 13 17 30 toy 34 23 57 to6 66 P4 J50- J07 5r 55 106 loB 40 f 77 509 27 30 57 Ito 34 27 G5s9 IIJ 29 30 JU 20 J9 513 23 15 3 114 38 38 try 27 27 Ii6 J9 J3 32 517 26 25 51 COLORED A 47 49 D 4 8 U C 24 20 o 3J 32 6y E 14 6 2J F 6 7 1 G H 6 9 r I K 8 26 6a Y HtJCCESSWORTII KSOWIXO 40 jean unewMln th Hogth prow Hugbm a smut remedy lor chili and all llnlarU Kerrrt llcttrr than Quinine Unaruntml trj It At IruKKl ti roc luOO botU snSst CJASTOnADe- antU Ito Kind You inn Ants BGught 8pM 01r n Spring Shoppers recognize this store as the trading center for their Spring require ments Call and be convinced by the special bargains we can show you SLace Curtains A good onoJ yards in length std per pair Dotter one 3J yards in length 135 per pair Still better 3J yards in length 8150 per pair Extra value i2u Very fine at X2511 and 275 Wash Goods Ono lino of summer cloth 3c Nice Scotch Lawns 5c OrllindieH7eTasteful line of Organdies 100 All styles of Organdies at liiio top 2oc per yank- S Firjo American Batistes of lovely quality and most beautiful designs 5at IBo and lOijo per yard Our line of Dimities aro unsur toJA big value in dress Ginghams at Sic per yard Another line at lOc per yard The most elegant lino of line dress Ginghams ever shown in Turtfordat 20o per yard Vo are showing the latest styles and deli ns in Percals and Madras rangingul price from 7cto 15c per yard AVe have Covert Cloths in different shades at lUc 12io lGo and lOjjoper yard Just the thing for a nice slcirt Our Millinery opening was tho most successful one we have ever ex perionced Our creations have drawn more favorable comments than in former openings Call and sea our display of dainty headwear BRING US YOUR WOOL welcome store and our IS yours RESPECTFULLY RTCOLL1NSrHartford9 Ky 1Ropubllcan Convention Pursuant to a call of the Republican State Central Committee the Repub licans of Obiocounty ore called to meet In a delegated convention at the Court House in Hartford on Mon day May 7 1900 at I p m for the purpose of electing delegates tog attend the State Convention which 1meets at Louisville May 1711 And 7also to elect delegates to attend the Fourth Congressional District Con vention which meets atBlizabetbtown May i6th and also to reorganize the 4County Committee of Ohio county a convention is also called tot meet in each of the precincts In said county at the voting places thereof on Saturday May 5 1900 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates- o to attend said county convention also instruct said delgates to vote for two members at large nlthe county com mlttee and to elect one member ol the county committee for each ot said pre cincts which committeeman shall be elected by the precinct convention The representation In the county con vention shall be from the several vot ing precincts as follows East Hartford 6 West Hartford 5 9Beda 5 Sulphur Springs 5 lagan 6 6 Cool Springs 2 North Rockport 3 South Rockport 3 Select I 4 Horse Drench 5 o West Beaver Dam 4 East Beaver Dam 3 McHenry 6 Centertown 5Smallhouse 9I East Fordsvll1e 5 West Fordsville Etnavllle 3 Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 Bartlett 4 Heflln a Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant a Narrows 2 JNO P MORTON Chmn M S RACLAKD Secy NO USE TRYINGI cant take Liesas me takesawill upset the stomach But you can take milk or cream g6so you can tak- eScotts Emulsion is like creams but will 3feed and nourish when creams will not Babies and children will thrive and grow fat on it when their ordinary food does not nourish them Persons have been known to gala a pound a day when taking an ounce Scotts Emulsion It gets the digestive machinery In working ordu so that the ordinary food U properly digested and assimilated and floo SCOTT III BOWNE Qumhhu Now Yort Housekeepers Our Table Linens Towels Nap kins c cannot ho surpassed Call and examine them buySilka amine our line of Silks of which we have an especially attractive line In our Clothing department wo have such a variety it is impossible spaceAllwo aro confident of the result Gents Furnishing Goods Good dress Shirts 20c A good value for 50c An extra good one 7uc worth tJ The celebrated E W brand Shirts at il100 and 125- Vo carry the largest and most up todate line of Neckwear in Ohio county See thorn Hats in all styles and grades to suit everyone Ve aTe now show ing the very latest styles In Mens Boys and Childrens Prices to suit Soo our lino of Mattings at 12ic 15c 20c 25o and 80c Also our beactiful Hugs at IIIOO 225300 and3BO We have sold lots of spring Shoes Slippers ric Wear a pair of our famous Drown Shoes and you will wear no other Topsyhosiery You are to our time VERY Rosins codliver I The following gentlemen have paid up their dues and advanced their sub scription another year S T Hunter J T Magan J W King J P South ard J T White Dr G F Chapman and James Wysong IA great calamity befell the miners of Schofield Utah Wednesday Two hundred and fifty dead bodies have been removed from the exploded mine and many more are believed to have perished in the terrible explosion theIown hands I Those accused for the murder of Goebel were refused bail yeti not one ceutilla of convincing evidence has ever been given Verily that 100 000 corruption fund Is fulfilling its mission They remain behind the i bars until Monday when they will betaken to Georgetown for trial I Cullon gave in his perjured testN mony Wednesday at Frankfort Jn- wblchi he says Caleb Powers brought armed mountaineers to Frankfort and handllngII in his presence and smokeless powder was the explosive used This is a beautllul story If we had Cultons- I attorneys contract for his confession we could better weigh his evidence Epidemic of WhoopingIAn Cough ILast winter during an epidemic of cough my children contract- edi the disease having severe cough- Ing spells We had used Chamber successfulIit at that time and found it relieved the cough and end effected a complete cureJohn E Clifford Proprietor Norwood Mouse Norwood N Y This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Haitlord Telephone and Eichanje Company Talk boiiifj cheap and necessary ou should patronize home folks whore you can buy your o11la phones build your own linos and be in talking distance with the whole county and businessW poltlts generally by only paying a rent to Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor expenseifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies Tii I I Tlio Kind You Have Alwnys fought nnd wlifcli 1ms IICCIL in itso for over 30 years has borne the signature of A nnd has been iimtlo UllIlcr Ills i c- rjJffiit is sonnl supervision since Its Infancy i Allow no ono to deceive yott in tliti All Counterfeits Imitations nnd JustnsRood tt arc hut Experiments that trifle with nut endanger the health of Infants nud Children Experience ngatnst Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare gorlc Drops nut Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms mill nllnys Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea nnd AVind Collc It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mill Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels giving healthy mill natural sleep The Childrens PauaccarTho mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years tilt flNTsIl eOufl uURSV StCT NtW VO en il mlc IUDCI M A Ky the for the can of the of of o of 0 of S I 1 jiI mill I hI IX 1 II U TiV P M AMI t HIM lliihl I Triiln th Iafi rnn Sir ni Ti1 liiihu Iluilrl IIMil Sow 1110 IlMln Iir Iitw ivii iliiii ilt nitii HHI rinio in vhi Ni niVn Suiith Iii fl Suuwi Kiiuii II niilii Ihtp in sin ii i inimr 1110 Mill III jot1 io iIi IN Truo to Ior vnii tnt It IIIIr 11iiii fni I i It I Kv- U I HHk Ililll tn MHll lll II till llulll llhlrli I alit IItIr Infiiriiiiitliin td snnli Ionl It Hlllli iiiniliil in viiufr lint liiv ipriih IMIII iiinuo o14 in IIt ui I MM 1 r inrii lriiiii iluli if ml tiiivrr urruimMiiit A A A G P A == X al of far Hi 4J U Our fee If fall Any one and aoy will our free the unit Jluur a Sent upon ui for aale at our e out u 1 cIa ao and by and Send for copy J CO faos Bulldlac D 1v out the old in the new out the in the true It I We to you the new and the forests of Norway BELLS PineTarHoney by sdene to a Pleasant for anJ all IntlameJ surfaces of the and Bronchial sore are the Is cut out tin I of is and the are and soothed so then Is no Inclination to BY AL Bottles and PneTarIoneiIn ELECTION PRESIDENTIAL YEAR you news You also Editorials worth the reading AVo make tins unprecedented period 01 THE MORNING months HERALD Of Lexington Iythe Grunt Paper the Blue Grass I KENTUCKY STOCK FARM Of Lexington Kentucky Trotting IInrso Piipe the Country tind best county THE HARTFORD ONE REPUBLICAN Slix CDIJ1aJfs The Herald alone 80 The Kentucky Stock I5iruiiLicAN Fiirm alone 82 Illinois= Central Railroad M- Memphis New Orleans IIII IOIVrw ANNAS CUll OHM Illlliiniii Vililnilil nitoX- lilllihl Ihninuli linlivll rnllfiiriiln Tlllllliit Liiiiinvllli iriuiiinrii liirthraiH I The Wiuter ttjiui houto Cahlornia Cold Bloclcados No BHzzardpI iwrtliiilir Trnviliiiif IiiuwHivr lulvllk ivtlna1 tlilriTu Slvkfnillllli liIVIf Slllltllllll llrkitoin siiiii yulhwil- ioliitH 1IIIANSQQRAcn SHNHni riitu lllnTiil Hitlii- nlrlltviiliiMlnM W KELLOND UPIUM h cured home without Book IM 104 Vorth rtjor we tendln sketch of IutcIItIou receive concerning cl to Obtain Patent request 1atcnli ecured through advertised IWII- Mraleula taken through receive IATINT RLCORII circulated ccniulted Manufacturer Investors sample fREE Addieu VICTOR EVANS Pfteat Attorney C 0- II Ring Ring Ring false Ring bring true from piney i Natures most remeJy Permanent Cure coughs colds Lungs Tubes The weary coughworn Lung exhila rated microbebearing muus cause that tickling removed Inflamed healed that cough SOLD GOOD 25o SOc 100 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET BtrooeMn MnuU Pnluakti Anti want want offer three You secure Loathing your paper KOK YEAR FOH Price Morning Price Price Tin HAUTFOHIJ alone I1Iililr iMO iinittlin iniMrutiiu IlrI- tiil aadWklikcy Frtlti FReEOR returned deocriplloo patentability nollu fWithoutchargeliiriiB Illustrated Journal WASHINGTON DR natural Improved Positive membranes DRUGGISTS Only A WomanOnly Knows Wbat jTerinjf from falling cf the womb painful or Irregular ditInctIyiemtnlneorgans thiia or pity but ho can not know the agonies eho goes throughthe terrible sullering ao patiently borne which robs her of beauty hope and happl neii Yet this ctcdlenMcELREES Wine 01 Cwdui will banish it This medicine quickly humiliating physical exam nations Tho treatment may be taken at home There is not con tinual expense and trouble The sufferer is cured and cund Wino of Cardulis becoming the leading remedy for all troubles of anydruggistFor advice in cases requiring special directions the DepartmentTheChattanooga Tcnn to ToonlrllaD4w Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 4 Sweet 16 the Spanking limit Connecticut Court Rules That Eva Palmor Has Outgrown Submission to Such Act When Li n girl too old for n step mother to spank hei That question so important tel many tliousand young strjKlatighter was answered III the Borough COIIII last week The answer Is Sixteen years Mrs Llewellyn Palmer the secon wife of n prominent resident ot Nut Greenwich Conn was accusd tf huv ing spanked and otherwise ubust Miss Eva Palmer sixteen jearsolc her stepdaughter and ol having t U to assault Mrs EzeVitl Mtad Mil Evas aunt whoprotected her ngnin Mrs Palmer The UHlmm y of roll Eva and the neighbors went t ri v that Mrs Palmer hart punUtud hi stepdaughter in the ways tint Ilow Spanking is put first bicaue th young woman it as the highest Indl nltIThreatened to thoot hrr Put her to bed in the daytime Pulled her hair Beat her After she wis spanked Eva went t her aunts hone where she is noti Up to last month Mis rainier wl has been married three yearshad lou stepchildren under her charge Url husband was told he netd not testIfy but insisted on making a statemet to Judge Barnes The whole trouble Is that my wile has an ungovernable temper said he She has been unkind to Eva but only because she gets angry at trifles without topping to think Why she gets angry at me to beat the cars but were all right We loi each other dont we Minnie For answer Mrs Palmer began to weep The Judge severely told her rtow heinous is the crime to spank a sixteen year old girl She promise to control her temper and sentence was suspended I His Plans to Koop His Whim From Nocturnal Borrowing Ills wile bad acquired the habit 01 going at nlgbt when he slept to where his trousers hung and taking mane Irom their pockets but in this Instanc it is the consequences that are Inter eating says the Chicago Tribune He is the proprietor oi a business that brings him a large income There are rush hours in his business and al such times much bad money finds It5 way to his coffers In the course of a year usually he gathers a large bun die ol counterfeit notes of large an small denominations He was thinking one day ol some plan to break bit wife oi her nocturnal borrowing While he was study ing out the plan he thought also 01 the bundle of bad bills then in his safe He never knew just vhy he Wall keep lug the bad money until that moment Thats a brighter idea than I have had for years he sold and he smiled I with satisfaction that evening as he filled three of his rockets with the counterfeits lie took no other sort ol money except ten cents for cal fare Hi couldt go to sleep that nighI and could hardly I eep from chucklin with mirth He managed howeve to simulate sleep and out of a corner of his eye saw his loving helpmeet help herself to the bills She tool some Irom each of the three roUt thinking be wouldnt miss them Tht next morning he hurried off to his of lice so his wife wouldnt gtt time I r repent and tell him what she haIi doneSeveral times that day he went to a window and looked out just to be alone with his thoughts and be happy A telephone rressage came for him in the afternoon It was from a biG store in State Street Hello Are you rrarried came the question over the telephone Yes Is that any of your bus nessIt may be Theres a woman ovc here who says shes your wile Well what ol it Youd bettr come over and see He hurried to the store doubtinG and agitated His wife had been shopping Sh e bought things so liberally that the hlledj ey She handed over four 1s billsI I She waited for hercbange The salts man returned but he was not tnuilin i suavelyIm sorry madam but these hill are bad Bad And with a boner cold withering look she gathered up th bills and Landed over two 10 bill And another walt thesalesm meant back and he was not smiling the eitherIm sorry to inform you ma am that these bills are bad also She started to Ray something to him but just at that moment the rigli words were to hard to find Huteh could dtill look chilling glances i him She slowly picked up the tw returned bills and slufM them mt- he offside ol her puree ncr finger were not moving deftly but she man iged to draw cut a iu bill Wit icy deliberation 6he passed It over th ounter See If that Iq hid toj ihie lid with fine irony She was breathing barft but itier WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES- For more than twnityflvo yare Dr J New ton hathaway niMo n nwlslty of Female Diseases During that time ho tiit lal amour Jilt ltlltiliorOI tin thorn mj women tulTorini from all those mRn diftiTcnt coI- np1aIntspectilbntotoftand lifts completely unJ rwrma neatly cured inoro than to percent of tlio case lie ht rested ty his exclusive rcctliod vhlch ho Isas rrrfrtnl during Iho twrntyfivo yrars of Mi most extensive practice ho Is cnaou J to rtiro nil of theo different diseases Including pnfu rofusoor uiiresc4 hicmtroatlem prolapji 11 ovarian trouble tumors and uUvratlcm aet ovcrv form cf those Ulscawn wlikh nixke a burden ot life to the crrat majority of wocicn lid hM so perfected tls yttcm of hitliatl ian treat tncio cases by mall iritiwut any rer wail examination 110 wMeh every feniltl woman naturally objects ana lltIt any oper itlon with Us consequent pain sod wcessa daI r 111111111 ot treatment It taken In tIe piracy of tho home the euro It palnlei and tit positiveONE LOW tIC Wrlto ht a kttsr ttatlnc briefly your cone lion and he vii send yon a Wink ii IHJ KlleJ oul liD wll give your caso hs personal Attention an caro and make hit fee so moderat including alt medicines npcciiary that you will not toe tho burden of the payment and ho will piaranl you apositive cure Address J NEWTON HATHAWAY MD- 1rllatiiaway t Co 309 Cimureli Street NiihTlllc Tea- 5IENTIOVTlllirArFil rIlL Wititota wise she was perfectly calm white sbe waited Soon the salesman catne back His face was in hard set lines It is he said with an effort Give me that money ycu JOT WI etch Im sorry madam hut The overworked salesman was saved the labor of finishing such n difficult sentence A house detective stepped up beside her and finished it for him by telling her she would have to con to the office ol the Mipeiintendcn He was a police officer with a star on his vest and she avoided a scene b going with him tier husband settled the matter by telling the superintendent the who story and paying the bill with got money Strange Facts About Eclipse An unnatural chill comes into th airChickens go to roost as the dark ness approaches Birds flutter about In corutetnatu and seek their nests Beasts ot prey grow ferocious and attack human brings boldly People are nervous anti excite Iwhile children cling to their mothe in right Dogs run to their masters and cots er and whine piteously between their outbursts of yelping All males among wild animals art on the alert and the defensive read to attack an unexpected foe Horses in harness are frightened at familiar objectsand those loose in thr fields run about distractedly Ignorant and superstitious peopl have an abject fear of some great calamity they know not what Cows go home from pasture The stop chewing their cuds and sniff the air as if fearlrig a great storm Such natural sounds as waterfalls and the whistling of the wind seem excessively loud and alarming- In the total eclipse of July 29 1878 in the United States n negro seize with frenzy killed his wile and three childrenThe ot all creatures run te their mothers in fear while the male among the animals seek their matt to protect them Just before the eclipse becomes total the suns feeble light seems divided into separate beams that con down quivering and slanting The sudden changes ot light anc heat make peculiar electrical cond Lions which are pobably the cause 01 excitability in nil living things During the eclip c of May 15 1877 in Europe the Turks raised a riot am fired guns and cannon at the sun te suprTrees lose their usual look and color and the light slits down throug them in fantastic n und blotches al shown on this pigc which is alsl from the same took on fclipses While the darkness lasts there is brooding stillness among all livin things except doss and wolves The set up a snappish yelping quite dlffei ent from the ordinary bark or nigh howlAt Pekln on January 28 1888 f the beginning of an eclipse an uproi occurred like that hend in our Chine town on New Years Day The man darlns ordered the drums to be benter to put to flight the celestial drago that was swallowing the sun At the eclipse of August 18 861 which M Innssen the French astron orner went to India to observea quce Incident occurred The natives who he had engaged to attend to his appa ratus all ran away at the moment tb sun began to darken and wentlnt the river to bathe A heathen religious rite commands them at such time to plunge into water to exorcise thl influence of the evil spi- ritHeadacheTa often a wnrnlns that Limo liver Is torpid or Inactive More serious promptlIliver troubles ta- keHoeds PillsWhllo they rouse tho liver restore full regular action of the bowels tluy do not gripe or pain do not Irritate or Inlliiiiictlin Internal organs but have a positive tonic effect 250 at all UriiKXlstv or by mall ot- CI 1 flood 4 Co Lowell Mass Ii C L Pirates of the Philippines I It does not follow because lwi IIUII are of the same race that they ihill hi the same in character any inoe thnIthat twin brothers slush be of the nature Kp more does it fallow th two tribes of one rice Mull timely semble each other In truth m rII distinction within the limits of n is a common Using and U atrikindl3 displayed in the Illipmns whose eighty and wore nmonJI and civilized a vcrydccded in character is to be feen the savage tribes for instance th rgorottes are fierce and warlike tht Mangyans are peaceable and trusting There is a similar diQercnce btJvtc the civilized tribes the Tannings IInJ the Visayas being norrnaly quiet an peaceable and fighting only unrti severe provocation while the Miirn ol the south are incorrigibly fictccan watllke and at any time quite us semii to fight as to eat The arc all luav enough The recent w ir Ins bhow that the natives of Luzn do not lack courage But fighting is not thei native element as it is that of till Moros who at any titLe would rathe wield the sword thitnthe spade South ol Mindanao the large south rID island of the Philippine group there 6tn tcha number ol It tI1 nil island ol which the principle one Ii name Sulu and the whole group the Suit Archipelago These islands form a connecting link between the Philip pines stud the great iMitiul cl Borneo Some three or lourcentutits ngonboi the time that the Spaniards came to the Philippines liiie cl Mala s made their way from Borneo to the Suit Wands a people so fitice and warlike in disposition to bold and daring Inaction that for ceoturUs they deGe the power of Spain and wale th Philippines a very hot place to hold These were not idolators They hat been converted to Muhainmedatiist before their migration and allat tempts ot the Spaniards to convert them to Christianity ended in the quick martyrdom of the missionaries The Spanish settlers named these newcomers Moros or Moors in dittioc tlon to Indies or Indians the nato given by them to the tther natives The Moms are born pirates The sea seems more their hume than the land They fairly revel in the water for wherever possible they build thtl houses in the sea raising them oi piles sunk in the shoal waters ol the coast This moleol building has been followed In all the Philippine islands the houses even II miles from sea being built on piles It seems to sug Best a time when the Mnlays were water dwellers hi truth a backward glance through time shoaa us the Malay searovers setting out in their warpraus to conquer the multitude of islands in the South StaB and haunting the coasts so as to be ready to take to the water again at a moments no Lice Such has been the record of the Moros They seem to have mace short work of conquering the Sulu few of hose natives vere lelt to tell the tale Thence they quickly mad their way into Mindanao Balabaran the south of Palawan In the latter island they came into contact will the Spaniards and a state of war be gao which has continued with scare a truce for more than two centuries The Moros hate the Chiistlans with nil the fanatical hatred ot the subject of Islam wherever found They hate in patticuUr the priests and Iriariani have shown no mercy to any of those so unlucky as to fall into their hands For that matter they seem to hat I had no use for any captives except as corpses or slaves Every year at the I betting in of the southwest monsoon it was long their custom to launch their boats and set oil on a pIratical xpcdition to the north Landing or the coatt of the first island reached hey would attack town and countr I ilike usually with success and al- f ways with savage cruelty CAptives I vere taken by thousaudsand the men compelled to harvest their crops for I he beni fit of their captors This done he Moros would butcher them in cold Slnnd and c rry i IT lilt Ir women and clitdrrn the lormtr foi the harem tb I Irttrto he leaud as slaves TheIr cnit I w rk dime the savage pirates I vuIi take t their I oats and hasten iMilt hrr the changlngol the winds I retd haidly say that the Spaniards did not Mibniit calmly to this state o I fliM They Hnt many expedition I ljainst the Motos but it was like sending sheep against wolves and t more than one Spanish lorre was cut r to piece Luilings were made a t times and f its wtre built even ir I Situ Itself Rut the gaiitsotis did not I lemain lont In every case the forts were taken md tleir defenders slainor they were r Itiven out by the indomitable Moros I This tesult seems r markablein view r of the fact that the Moros had only swords f pears and daggars to fight vth Against the firearms ot the Span I lards A gun was a rare w apon In tilt hr html nrd it tl all surer still When thy could use one with eflect But once let them get within swor- dIleachonilit was bad tor the Spaniard s LaIn in Prank Les Monthly for May S iLittle Cortlos Wonderful Memory I O tie C rhra e i a little girt nine oldwho lives in Mt Vtrnon I I She has a wonderful memory I which his iiuzzed all thedctori who know her for they wnmit uimkrIand I how so young a child can manage to CATARRH FORERUNNER OF 4CONSUMPTION I Icw realize what a defivcated obstinateiflacase Catarrh Is regarding it as a simple inflammation of the nose and throat little or 110 nllenlion Is given it Hut however Insignificant it may seem at tint it 5 U serious and farreaching in iU result The foul secretions entering the circulation poison the entire system The stomach MneysIn fact nil the or ana feel the effect of this nnd when the are reached its progress is rapid nnd ilestnictive nnd finally ends In consumptionr soft hones of d lost the It uttqttently that the setisca of hearing anti are tn or anti disfiguring the face While sprnj the nose eaten unit destroyed causing intense suffering greatly wusliu anti Halves may give temporary relief no permanent lienefit can be expected from such treollluntI CATARRH IS A CONSTITUTIONAL OR BLOOD DISEASE tad far twyvud the reach of mere local remedies Those who n1 them for a cure lose valuable time meet with disease disap itand allow the disease to take fusser hold Onlv a real blood remedy can reach this troublesome anti dangerous pointment curve Catairli because It first cleanses and tlll11ds up time blood purifies It snakes It rich and healthy stimulates anti juts licw life into the iltiggish wornout org ns and tints relieves the system all poisonous accumulations Slrn rolhlll of Due Wf tBCwrllt I had Catarrh which became to dee- pirted itut wai entirely 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