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portant measure this session 225 to 3Sthe Nicaragua Canal bill passed the House on Wednesday May 2 A motion to recommit the bill with the purpose that it be held back until December when the canalcommission shall have reported was lost recelv leg 52 ayes to 171 noes The support was not strong enough to force a roll call The amendment striking out fortifications and substituting author ity to protect was carried most of the Democrats voting in the negative for campaign purposesto emphasize their opposition to the Hay Pauncefote treatyMuch excitement reigned through out the day and several times bitter words were used The excitement reached its climax in a highly dia matic scene between Mr Hepburn and Mr Cannon when the former used the words lie and liar as he de nounced the distinguished chairman of the appropriations committee for attempting to dishonor him The House was in riotous confusion during the quarrel Members crowd ed the aisles and the situation at one time was so threatening that Mr Wheeler Dem of Kentuckysought to pour oil on the waters by raising a point of order But he was not up held and the two irate members car ned their war to the very hilt There was a show of peace at the close of the incident but the feeling between the two men ran so high that the mutual retractions with which such incidents I generally end were but the cloaks for the keenest and most cutting sarcasm ADMINISTRATION IS PLEASED The result is extremely gratifying to the administration It makes al most certain the complete enactment of the measure at the short session No legislation of this Congress has encountered the virulence of opposition which the Nicaragua bill has Reference is not intended so much to the open antagonism on the floor of the House as to the continuous effort under cover to dlccredit and cripple the measure An aggressive lobby has been present resorting to every expedient to prevent action The Panama Canal ccheme has been well represented Holders 01 something like f240000000 in bonds face value ate clinging to the hope that in someway the Nicaragua route may be abandoned and that these Panama Securities may in time be worth some thing Certain transcontinental rails road interests in the extreme north west have been arrayed against the bill The strange argument that the Isthmian canal will let Pacific coast wheat into European markets and cut the price ot Mississippi valley wheat Soc a bushel has been made much of During the debate in the House it has been repeatedly apparent that Representatives who on roll call supported the measure were secretly doing all they could to make it ineffective Amendments which looked well on the face were in several instances of fered for no other purpose than to cause postponement- Not at any time during this session of Congress has the lobby been so bold and so active A year ago the opposition was successful in defeating action on the ground that more infor mation was desirable The same men who fought the canal then have been in the front of the present opposition demanding that the commission pro vided for over a year ego shall be The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist u m The Dltcovmr of SwampRoot at Work in nil Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In Ihls country most dangerous because so decep byitheartkidneydiseasevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the blood tho albumen BrlghlsDiseaseDr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dls covery Is the true specific for bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In flftycenl and dollar sizes A sample boltla sent free SwampRootDr Khmer U Co Binghamton N Y and I mention this paper rtporticanal have joined in the effort to se Sure delay OUTLOOK IN THE SENATE i It has been very well understood throughout the debate in the House that passage by one branch ot Congress was all that could be expected at this session Nothing therefore could be lost by the affirmative action oftbe House at this time On the contrary there would be a distinct galn il the bill reached the Senate before the recess If nothing had been done at this session the enemies of the bill would have been tolerably sure ol prevent- Ing enactment at the short session But with the bill through the House Wti fl tac ti tpiby the Senteq December and passed with such amendments as the report of the commission may indicate to be advisable Concurrence by the House in these amendments will be easy In this light it is apparent that though the Senate does not act at the present session an impoitant advan tage has been gained by the passage through the House The opponents of the bill understand what ground they are losing in not preventing the approval by the House This will account for the vigor not to say the intensity of the fight against the pas sage The battle that is being fought now is not prompted by the expecta tlon that the bill is going through Congress this session but by the knowledge that the advantage gained will materially help passage in the short session STORMY DEBATE ON THE DILL The debate on the Nicaragua Canal bill was the stormiest of this session of Congress All attempts to retain in the bill the language of the origi nal bill for the finishing oi the canal and to strengthen the language on that line were balked and the victory of Mr Hepburn and the committee was complete Mr Cannon chairman of the appropriations committee and Mr Burton of Ohio chaitman of the river and harbors committee made a game fight to stall off action at this session but their appeals were in vain and the members rode rough shod over all their arguments When the House met on motion of Mr Hepburn in charge of the bill general debate was closed and the bill was read fwr amendment under the fiveminute rule Mr Hepburn offered the committee amendment to substitute the word protect for delend in the first sectionMr Mann of Illinois a member of the interstate commerce committee said he favqred a canal built owned and fortified by the United States Mr Underwood of Alabama said he favored the Building of the canal No gentleman could be found on the floor who would come out openly he said and declare his opposition to the project Yet he said there was opposition strenuous and dangerous but concealed and indirect The amendment was then adopted rAnKER AMENDMENT Mr Parker of New Jersey offered an amendment to strike out that por tion of the bill limiting the Presidents selection to the Nicaragua route This amendment called for a protest from Mr Hepburn who declared that it was intended to revive interest in the Panama route which had caused one of the foulest scandals in the history of the world He charged that the emissaries ol this discredited corporation were seeking to unload the enterprise on the American people Much as he trusted the President he would not trust any chief executive with unlimited means at his disposal to make the choice of routes of the canalMr Burton of Ohio declared em phatically that he was not in favor of the Panama route but plain business sense demanded a proper investiga tion and examination ot both routes The Parker amendment was defeat ed 31 to 87 Mr McCullocbof Arkansas offered an amendment to insert the words fortify garrison between the words construct and and defend He slid he desired thrt the language of the bill should be unequivocal and should make plain the purpose of Congress to abrogate the Clayton Buiwer treaty Mr Shalrotb of Colorado heartily supported the amendment We should have a fortified canal or no canal he Mid Mr Williams of Mississippi said he should like to see the word fortify Jn the bill but the main thing was to construct the canal and wipe out 10000 miles of ocean voyage and freight charges in proportion War would abrogate all treaties and the American Government in the extent of war would not hesitate to fortify and defend the canal CANNON AND IIEPnDRN CLASH A dramatic and sensational scene occurred between Mr Cannon chair man of the appropriations committee and Mr Hepburn in charge of the cannonisome by Mr Hepburn impugning his Can nont sincerity Mr Cannon spoke under excitement saying he had just read Mr Hepburns attack upon him As he proceeded he recalled an inti mation that bad come to him of which be had spoken yesterday that those who were promoting this bill were doing so to deIay the canal Yet he said he had acquitted Mr Hepburn of any such intention Today he frankly stated that Mr Hepburns name had been connected with the rumorWho wastbe author ol the ru rnoj1 asked Mr ifepburn jumping to his feet A newspaper man replied Mr Cannon I do not know his name Continuingand speaking with great deliberation Mr Cannon said hn would have been satisfied with the acquittal he gave Mr Hepburn yes terday had not his doubts been arousedMy observation said he Is that when a man is willing to challenge the sincerity of another it is because he is turning the glass Inward upon himself I do not rise to justify my own reputation for sincerity Upon my record ol twenty five years in pub life I will stand or fall IIiC HEPBURNS STRONG LANGUAGE The excitement grew as Mr Cannon proceeded Mr Hepburns face was white and his words came in a perI feet torrent when he replied thought it entirely possible he sal1Ithat some one whose nameI be called about ther was lying capiI tol infill interest of their pet projects Interests in Mr Cannons own city ofI Chicago he declared were trying to sell things to the government and he thought it altogether likely the Panama company might try to defeat this bill I know no man cbnnected with the Panama company cried Mr Cannon fiercely Can the gentle man say as much Yes except as they have appeared before my committee replied Mr Hepburn who continuing appealed to the record for confirmation ol what he had said about Mr Cannon Then pausing for a moment and looking squarely at Mr Cannon he proceeded I say this to him If he feathers the rumor that I have any other pur pose to serve I say he has lied THE HOUSE IN AN UPROAR Quick as a flash Mr Cannon asked Mr Hepburn to repeat his statement By this time the House was in a wild state of excitement and confus ion and Mr Wheeler of Kentucky attempted to call the gentleman to order but the chair said he had heard nothing unparliamentary and Mr Hepburn proceeded I say if the gentleman attempted to give currency to the statement he did me a gross injustice by making such an underhanded Imputation Mr Cannon with flushed face de dared that Mr Hepburn was adopt ing the tactics of the cuttlefish He seeks to muddy the waters and swim awayI am not seeking to muddy the waters retorted Mr Hepburn pas sionately I am responsible for what I said to the gentleman here and else where The gentleman tried to dis honor me and I resent it Mr Cannon protested that he had done nothing ol the kind that he had treated the gentleman from Iowa with great respect and had himself been assailed without provocation He would dismiss the whole subject believing Mr Hepburns violent remarks were due to his temper and uot his judgment Here the matter rested STILL ANOTIIljR SCENE But soon after another scene oc What Makes nome 1 Home is made by tIme family With out the love which conies with children there may be a house but never a home in the best meaning of the word Many a house which was only four walls a roof lIes been marIe a home by the agency of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Nature sets her face against child lessness andIt Favorite Prescription works with nature to remove obstacles to maternity C I Sued been a sufferer front uterine trouble for about three fI tuvintf two mUcurriagn lu that time nillht doctor that I consulted auld 1 would have to go through an operation before I could give birth to Mn Blanche n Kvant of Fanont Luierne Co Ia Itox 41 When about to give 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God that he was 1500 miles removed from contact with the South Mr Mann came down the aisle as Mr Gaines concluded and in sarcas tic tones said Mr Chaitmanit the remarks came Irom any other member than the gen tleman from Tennessee they would deserve a reply but from him they need no answerO As Mr Mann turned his back Mr Gaines raised his right hand menac ingly and exclaimed amidconfusion and laughter I want to say that I am responsible for every word I say After further discussion a vote was taken on the pending amenmentand- it was defeated 66 to 114 Another amendment by Mr Bur ton of Ohio striking out the word Greytown was defeated 14 to 79 Mr Lovering oi Massachusetts ol feredan amendment limiting the payment to Nicaragua and Costa Rica to 3000000 It was defeated without divisionThe amendments to the second section were adopted Mr Neville 01 Nebraska offered an provldlngAmerican labor should be employed in the construction of the canal Mr Marsh of Illinois predicted that the Nicaragua Canal would be the entering wedge for a great canal connecting the great lakes with the Gulf of Mexico The excitement increased as the time for a vote approached Mr Grosvenorand Mr Cannon exchanged broadsides and Mr Burton made his final protest against the bill lie de clared that the house was proceeding lllogicolly and hastily The other committee amendments were adopted and Mr Burton offered his final amendment providing that no money should be expended under the terms of the bill until the isthmian canal commission made Its repbtt The amendment was defeated without dl visionA by Mr Sbackellord that the bill should not go into effect if the Hay Pauncefote treaty was rati fied was defeated The bill was then reported to the HouseMr Adamsonof Georgademanded a separate vote upon the committee amendments substituting the words provisions for defense in place of fortifications for defense The com mittee amendment was adopted 154 to 104 PASSAGE OF TUB DILL Mr Burton then moved to 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Colneorporatt Entered at Hartford pestolfici as second lass mail matter FRIDAY MAY II 1101cisionKentucky contest case anxiously and longingly In all probability that court will declare the Goebel law uu constitutional and the last election void Nothing would he so accept able to the libertyloving people of Kentucky as the nullity of that infa mous election law declared by the highest court in the land With the death of the Goebel law comes the death of Goebelism The State election would ba held this fall and Taylor and his companions would everyone bre lected TilE new county committee which was organized Monday elected Mr Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines Chairman The organization was never led by a truer more faithfulor zealous leader than Mr Barrats Ho accepted the leadership of the party not for praise or preferment no wants nothing he seeks nothing but was prompted to act by a warm love for the welfare and interest of the party As the success of any cause Is measured by its lender none need lear for the interest of the Republican party It is in safe keeping WII extend a most hearty welcome to our new leader and assure him that he will find a faithful and earnest sup- Porter in THE REPUBLICAN THE Republican convention did us the high honor of passing a resolution endorsing the course and the persistent and determined fight which TilE REPUBLICAN made during the last campaign A compliment like that coming from such an excellent body of intelligence is to be considered tenderly and most highly appreciated We wish to thank the Republicans of the county for the splendid tribute paid us at the sam time assuring that the course of TILE REPUULICAN shall be to fight manfully for the rights guaranteedus by the constitution We have not written to tickle the ear of any but our aim has been to tell the simple truth in as forceful manner as mother English could word it We are conscious of the fact that the course of THE REPUBLICAN has been one of unflinching firmness and persistent determination but that course has been shaped by a knowl edged that all Republicans and hon est men in authority shouldstand firm and let the truth be known With this object first and foremost in view we have told the truth as une + quivocally as facts could be expressed Profoundly thanking the party for its hearty endorsement we ask its faithful and continuedsupport assuring that the future will be guided by such a course as has character ized the past IN order that nothing but harmony should reign in the Republican party MrW S Gaines resigned tin member of county committee from East Fords villa precinct and Mr Jacob Chan cellor was received by the committee in his stead Mr Guinea has been a member of the county committee for a number of years during which time he has been a good and faithful work er and by his resignation the party loses one of its most faithful servants but Mr Chancellor is a good man anti we predict that he will do excellent work in East Fordsvillc The Repub icon party was never in better con dition in this county than at the press ent time Peace and harmony prevail in every nook and corner and nothing is in sight save the GoebelelectIon lawto keep the Republican party from carrying the county by at least 1000 majority in this falls contest The Brown Democrats are waiting to see further developments and it is more than likely they will identify themselves with us and many good Populists will do the same thing for they know that the Goebel law must die at the hands of the Republican party These good men will be an honor to us and we should have them for our cause is practically the samethe restoration of the right to vote and have it counted as cast An Intentional Falsifier We are somewhat surprised and not much either that the Hartford Herald should desire to further advertise TilE REPUULIOAN after having been shoved off its perch But some things never know when they have enough and this is certainly the case of the heralds scrilc Till REPUULICAN ran him up a stump on every issue of the campaign save the Goebelelection law and we feel sure we could ground him on this issue if he would attempt to defend it but he keeps hid billout of that dishonly through fcafjTbr because the atsumeil scribe willnot give his consentthe Herald said in answer to our question that it did not approve the contest Answering oth er questions it repudiated the whole course of the Goebelcratic party ex cluding that damnable election law Notwithstanding these facts the Hart lord Herald continues to publish per jured testimony and apparently en dors 3 all the proceedings of the 8100 000 corruption party And yet the HcraliC writ charges Till REPtniLi CAN with having played the part of a hypocrite and its editors not worthy the notice of gentlemen It telling the facts as they occur from day today is hypocrisy Tin REPUBLICAN pleads guilty to the charge but we deny this to be a true definition and we demand of the Heralds scribe or its assumed scribe to show in one instance where THE REPUBLICAN played the part of n hypocrite This charge is as base and mean a falsehood as that pat per is capable of manufacturing In attempting to mislead the pub lic with reference to what This RE PUBLICAN said about Mr Tom Pettit and the Populist party last week the Heralds cribs took occasion to we this language Camellrners3J llrncken II 1iStevenr- 1ltIIIerJ TWiiince Thou llnlmnln W M AddlnRton llDllirooknnd other Kiwi Pnp nlUtn Htnnil forth mullet the public see you liFranxe you hnveneen III to mwim certnlu pot lltlml prlnrlple Tne lURTroRDllEifBLirAX miyn yon nrt nut worthy the notice ot gentlemen We desire it to be emphatically un derstood that this statement is a par tisan lie of the simplest and foulest dye We never stated that anyone of these gentlemen nor any other Pop ulist was unworthy the notice of gen tlemen but we did make use of this expression But for those deceitful Democrats sailing under the Populist banner we have the utmost contempt Such men are not worthy the notice of gentlemenand have no apologies to offer for it The lleralas scribe knew that he was lying when he stated the above but he also knew that some people would read it and believe it to be true and since he is bent on ibjuring TilE REPUBLICAN in every way possible as it will not let him dictate its course he thought he could turn some Populist against TilE REPUBLICAN and its editors We de nounce such statements and declare that they are only the products ofa jealous and an envious spirit THE REPUBLICAN has said that the Popu list party was composed largely of good old farmers and this it repeats it has said that the Brown Democrats were the best men in the original Democratic party and this it repeats But both these parties condemn the Goebel election law as au infamous and revolutionary measure They have both said unpleasant things about you and why should you seek their company Heralds tcriltl If the lIer ahfa scribe is not a hypocrite no man ever played such a thing Compare what we said with what the Heralds scribe charges us with having said and if this is not Satanic hypocrisy we will quit the field From the High to the Low In the 7th Congressional district Mr South Trimble is to be the Dem ocratic candidate for Congress in recognition of the inestimable services rendered the Goebelitcs in depriving Kentucky of a republican form of government Those who stood fore most in the attempt to assassinate civil liberty wound the future and curse the past with its sweet meruoriesshould be rewarded the highest seat in the council Thus it is that South Trim ble is to be nominated for Congress without opposition How fallen and degraded is the old Ashhnd district 1 The chasm with its horrid depths is incomprehensible From the Immortal Clay to the right hand bower of Satan is the depths to which the peo ple in the 7th district have fallen The history of the Ashland district is known throughout the land Those men who have represented that dis trict have been men and not slaves and tools ot a political machine to de stroy freedom Is it possible that such a man as Trimble shall occupy the seat in the American Congress that Clay so honorably and so gallantly made famous that time Marshalls and Beckand Breckcnridgo and Owens honored Nothing could be more humiliating to Kentucky just now than for the man that presided over the last legislature nominal only to be elect cd ti Congress What has Trimble done Nothing commendable noth ing honorable anti nothing to deserve the slightest degree of promotion Ho is the man who said elections in the city of frankfort cannot be won by a fair and honest count The same man said that incompetent unreliable judges will have to be appointedand the same man said tile right of time Republicans to indicate who shall rep resent them as judges etc will have to be ignored and the election com uissioners will have to do this or receive the iIIwillof the city Democrats and this same man is to have the Democratic nomination for Congress in time 7th district without oppo sition No man in all Kentucky de serves as little notice and public favor- as South Trimble no man is lower inhuman depravity than South Trimble Will not time God that rules justly overtime destinies of men blush for shame when this man of corruption and fraud offers himself for the high honor of- member of Congress From the high to the low seems the case of the Blue Grass district Christian men may support the man who wrote that letter to Thompson if they do we should like to know what it takes to coustU lute a Christian in the Ashland dis I trict Ifa man can support the author of the lettcfound belowand yet be a Christian that Christianity is a farce and there is no reality in it The object of Christianity should be the betterment of society socially and morally and when it fails in this It becomes nugatory Unless that spirit ot justice and right pervades the bos oms of the citizens of the Ashland dis trict religion will be dethroned and Satanic principles exalted We give in full the letter of South Trimblo to Mr Thompson that the public may too the character of the man that pre skied over the last General Assembly anti who is now asking to be sent to Congress The letter in full follows Frankfort Ky Auniut 3 I9 Mr W K Thompson Friinltfort Kjr My ItairMrThnnip Kin 1 will preface the vontrnta ot this letter by nnylnR that you hnrrnt n better friend In Frank lin county than 1 am and It In my frlendnblp for you lint 1 write this letter You were lollntol by the funnty Committee nnoneof the Ilectlon Cimimlioloiieni fur thin county No better mnn ronlil have been polnteObut It le nn unenviable pusltlonnod one that you tmulcl not mrept llnr enmity lcnilrtnhlnfel- v Heiuocrntle but city elections ennnut be won with n fair count mid you know that nt well ni Ida Innmi etrnt unreliable Republican Jnilem will have to beiippolnteil The right uf belt 1101181110 liiiUeute who bull represent them nn judge etc will Imve to be Ignore and the Kiev lion fominlwloneni will have to ilothtnor retire the Ill wlll of the city HemocrntB 1 would not do It for I could not conkdeiitlouily emend know that yon would not therefore my iidvkv to you U to retime to net 1 hnd n elk with Jndpe Jryor on the abject end he saldlf you would nineeto net he would appoint nnyone that we might Indicate which would be lien Mnnhnll You know lien to u par tlwin that bethink that nnythlDK is right thnt hells the IViHocrnti Think thl mitteroverand mieeyunr tent Judgment and If you conclude not to nceept write to me Immediately nnd 1 will bare the charm made 1 wlllnNn MH that your IntereMii nre reprenented In the nppolntment ol oRlcem on your tide of the river tat me heir front you nt once Sincerely your friend HortH TRIMBLE True Democracy Mr F D Spottswood in retiring from the Harrodsburg Democrat reviews briefly the course which he has per ued To us Mr Spottswood is a stranger but in his brief resume he shows the spirit of a righteous man ly man For one to contrast the course of this gentleman wIthmany Democratic editors of the latterday Democracy would fill his soul with contempt and disgust for that class that would do anything for political preferment and political aggrandize ment Mr Spottswood was too good a Democrat to accept the follies of Bryanism and too much ofa man to swallow the iniquities of Goebelism There are men in the journalistic fields who have no opinions of their own and cannot express themselves on political or local matters until their masters have been consulted How sad and embarrassing their con dition must be how forlorn their hopes Mr Spottswoods was an in dependent spirit caring not for the flatteries of men only desiring to be in the right Had such a spirit per vaded the Democratic party through out Kentucky the grand old State would have been a stranger to Goe belism and Blackburuism Trimble ism and Policeism and Weaverism and the Beckhamitcs and the Hick mantles and Poyntzites and Cantrill ites and the Wattersonianmifanthropy and all the other isms and ites dec Tbs gentleman has so lucidly pictured what seems to be the course of a true man that we give it in full as follows It I not necwiuy at title time to revlewln de tell the hlntory ol the pnjier under Its prwnt niHiiHgement In general term the editor may say that he has always believed Itwwntlnl to the miilntenaiiiv ol hU wnioiial Integrity ot charac ter tu endeavor to tell time truth In the editorial minium in tear nH lie him Inca mile to nnwrtnln It He ham never pretended tu reflect the opinion ol nnybody fine find Pins often tteeii forced tu how hut want reaitectforthe political wntlment of blM wariiient frleiidi and taunt Intimate anno elates lie him serer tttKited to pleniw everybody uevrr to time thrift that rumen with tlntterlntf IIttJUIIt to what mem to lethe topulnf wlll never holed to be n fontplcuocn sue awn lie n pouter of till on trouble waters u trim mer and dodger of olmtruftlvi iue tlon of inn ciple He hits only tried tu till bin own tub with n settee uf reHpoiwlblllty no one In the telling of It linn only striven tu Ixmr hi own nicHMtiKe with nodi lreof naenee to any tiuin with no rude or violent hmtetnlwraueof method but still with In ilntent pnrpoxe to glen the own roimrlentluim In terpretation of the question of the tiny HelM COIIIMIOIIM that bbl vision has often leen lmerffct tint the Mllnir have often lurked that mini nod Judicial control wlilrh idioiild ever guide tlio com iiieiitatur on pnblk nanlrs hilt nt leant he ran de litt no false note In the xlnivrlty of his purpo tu stand up for what he believe tobetruu nod right In iHilltltvtou good n democrat tu accept the folllen of llryanUm or the lnliUltln of lluebcllmii lit tlulliko 1101 that he has had the couniKeto Hick to hliicoiivlctloiM In the face of small prone emit Imsthe coblneiw of telex frlend and the illume of hrnorant and urritltloua upholders of yellow Jug partlnannhlp A leffernonlnn Pemucrat a hover Oerelnnd Indlnnupoll platform lenio trat n Painter nod Hacklier Democrat 11 Brawn Democrat In State unites he line everrnniently advocated trim Democratic principle mind eon teniptuoiinly nod Indignantly denied the power of that mere partlmtnnhlp the mnchlnery of which lit cunntructed anil maintained for time purpune of dlxtrlliiitlng ulllcM nnd the other emolumentlot public plunder nt any met to the public welfare mid nt nay violence to the public coyiclcnce And lie here wUhm to realllrm nod cmphanlte bin con viction of lime truth niid the ultimate triumph of them political principle which he IIIIH no long nil viHatedln time column of this paper llciitnrK On ll no lir Ill rod It locnl appllviitlonn tin they cnnnot reach the lineimed porllonnf bo car Therein only one ny to euro deafness mind that In by cunstlntt lon il remedies Deafnen In caused IV air Inflamed omlltlon of tie iiiumim lining of the Kuntni tilun Tube When thin tube get Inflamed you haven UmhlliiK or lniierfect hearliigand when It Iit entirely tinned deafiiitw In the remil mid nulenn helnflaninintlon can betaken out and thin tuba ratorrd to Un normal condition hearing will lie lentruyed forever nine Inutol ten mire canned by catnrrh in nothing but an Inflamed con lltlon tit time mucous mirtuce- Wo will give tine llnndndnollare fir nnyrne of Disifnen consul by catarrh that can not be urcd by llnir Catarrh Cure Send for clrcularit free I J CIIKNKV A CO Toledo I Null by Drngglntn 7V Ilnlle Inmlly Illle urn the best If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial It- wll1 not cost you a cent If It does no good One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and bruises in one third the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites qulnsey pains in the side and chest glandular and other swell- Ings are quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 and 50 cts mar may Worthy Young Man Promoted PROP JOHN B TAYLOR After a period ot five years work in the West Kentucky Seminary as its Vice President Prof John B Taylor retires from the faculty with the close of this school year to accept the Prin clpalshlp of the Middlesboro High School Prof Taylo has donea gtett work for the school which has had the good fortune to have hid services By that congenial spirit and happy disposition of his he has made many lasting friends throughout the coun try His work as solicitor tor the school has proven most g tfyIH and highly satisfactory to the Hoard of Trustees while his ttOlts in the classroom stand as lasting monuments of honor to his memory in the minds of those who have been the direct benefi clarles of his liborsand Ills many ad miring friends lu the abduction of this young educator from the faculty of the Seminary the citizens of Beaver Dam have our sympathy and those trustees and patrons of the Middles boro High School securing his valua ble services our compliments and con gratulationsIt our good fortune to know Prof Taylor from childhood and to have associated with him in college and we know him to be a christian gentlcnian thoroughly imbued with the work of his profession and emi nently prepared for the position to which he has been elected TUB RE PUBLICAN wishes for the future of Proto Taylor unbounded success which follows the earnest and zealous efforts of the brave sons of toil and we trust that the good citizens ot Middles boro will appreciate the worth and ability of Prof Taylor and will find In him a worthy servant The Obscure Made Plain Hattford Ky May 10 1900 Sometime ago during the recent contest for Governor a startling prophecy was made by one Jay Ell See as follows To lIon n public highway running rip n wire mountain valley Koch mild lying beMttMtr cleared sad sot In era and then kin nil the Democrat In the Slut of Keutirky pled upoti one ulile of wild public highway lad on the up posit side to have nil the llepnMlcmi InwM MtHte plawl with the MuBMalBvW wt UMeylof the line with their Wlncbenter sad shot mn belted around them Then tike the few rwpectfl blelmiklng white llrpubllmn ilniel In the cen tee Tieatekeall the negro llrpiibllmnH placed on the other end and tell UtI bow many uf tinre npntnble looking lleinbllcnn wonld whim they could see the crowd they were In luunedlitdy wulk over the line It was very obscure in meaning but in the light of recent developments we think we can give the people its meaning by paraphrasing a little To have a public highway running up a nice mountain valley Each side lying beautifully cleared and set in grass as ideal Real Estate should be and then have all the Blind Tigers in Kentucky placed on one side of said public highway And on the opposite side to have all the Christians in said State placed with the preachers at one end of the line with their Bibles and missionary tracts in their hands iitutitay know It You k knew all about the heavy feeling in the stomach the formation of gas the nausea sick headache and general weakness of the whole body You cant have it a week without your blood being impure arid your nerves all exhausted Theres just one remedy youAYQTS SarJiParilla 1 Theres nothing new about it Your grand parents took it Twas 4 an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparlllas were known It made the word 4 SarsaparJllafamous over the whole world Theres no other sarsaparilla like it In age and power to cure its The leader of them all U IIM I bottle All rtranlifl Ayers Pills cure constipation wasInducetltook three bottlei and sow reel like- a new mn I would advise all my 4 andIts4 celled IDOOOD Jan 30 1803 BrowntownVa Wrll DoolorIff- oobase anr complaint whatever and aeslra the best you doctorIreelrplr D1LJt0 AYrandLowellNat Expansion in Trade E JHEE Et E2EEJa3SI=T tP + P P 1t+ 0Ir t + Qe e p + P + P Q + P + P t P I P + P C P I P P + P I P P a W Be the policy of the government what it may and let individual opinion upon the question of territorial acquisition vary as it will there is no denying the fact that in all business and commercial circles expansion is the order of the day It is in the air it permeates everything Thoughts of new markets and wider fields to absorb increased I production have acted like a powerful stimulant upon both manufacturer and retailer large and small throughout the length and breadth of the land Such at any rate isJfthe opinion of E P Barnes Bro based upon their constantly increasing trade und encouraging words of satisfied liberal patrons Spring business is away ahead of thisttime last year and if this is expansion lets keep on expanding I 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 art New combinations in artistic headwear have been received and achievedsince Easter We want you to see them House Cleaning Frequently demands a New Carpet Rug Window IJlmds Lace Curtains New BtdKoom Suites Wardrobe Bed Dresser few Rockers or Folding Lounge We are pre pared to supply your needs in this line for verymoderate consideration Bring diagram of your room and we will cut carpet to match Mens Furnishings Wo are showing a large variety of new creations in Fancy Shirts with Silk Bosoms Pull Bosoms and Neck- wear bright nobby and up to the minute Mens Under wear now open and for your inspection This line is so entirely different from anything we have ever before shown that they have been pronounced by those who have teen them to be trade winners Dont fail to sec this line It is good Horse Shoe Brand Fertilizer the Farmers Friend- We are anxious to see expandand there is one suro way and that is by using successively year after ear the Horse Shoe Brandof Corn and Wheat Fertilizer and Homestead for Tobacco P 0 Buggies We own twelve of these famous buggies at old prices- sbippell in car lots at lower rate of Ireibt with cash dis count In fact with every advantage that experience money and cheap freight rates can give First come first served When these are gone we will have to pay more money as every one else has already done us It our are con we let as we of a in by our I take the few looking Real Estate Agents placed In the cen ter Then take Jay Elf See and all the Blind Tigers placed on the other end and tell us many of the respect able looking and Preachers would when they could see the crowd they were In immeillately over the line nnd join the Blind Tigers and Jay Ely See Is the prophecy nnd this is the signification thereof Verily time makes the of all things Of a Good Comtth a good end When you take Hoods to purify blood you are making n good begin ning and the good end will be health and medicine cures all humors of the blood creates a good overcomes that feeling and Imparts vigor and vitality to the whole system It Is Great est Blood Medicine Biliousness is cured by Hoods Pills 25 KY spring school which Is being at this place by Miss Is flora to the wife of Mr C P rIll a girl The ot wheat Is better than was early in the season Born to the wife of Mt Thomas Hurris a boy Mrs W 11 MorrIs visited her mother Mrs Southard near Center town last Mrs T S Bennett who has been sick for quite Is visiting her Mis D R Hefsley Mr C W and wife were here a few days On account of meeting of the Jockey at 3d to iQth and festival to 6th the I C R R will sell tickets as follows Rate one and one tldird fate May 2nd to May igth inclusive limited to May 21st for re I turn On account May 3dI j Clark States May loth and I Stakes 19th rate of one fare for riuud sold for trains only tickets limited to two days On May and and trains of 16th one fare for round limited to May for S FROM TIleUlTlim or Ililx fntnl Are Hundreds of thousands of dollars has been lost in the poultry business on account of the among the flocks caused by cholera roup and other fatal There been many remedies advanced I but none seem to be so bucccssful as the American Mixture will cure chickens in the lost stage cholera aud nnd is excellent ofI gapes Do fowls suffer from lent difurbcci dropping ol the stupor or thirst are the first symptoms ol cholera Chol era is a and bein infect spreads rapidly through the enI tire time by the forelock dont to with unreliable or untried remedies Use this I mixture at once and the sanitary incas tires they in Dont give the owls up Cholera is a swelled eyes discharge at Ithe nostrils resembling catarrh dollars is offered f or any case the 1Il1xt ture will not cure II some of fowls are diseased it will prevent the rest from catching it Try It It U cheap reliable and effective a tific goes more than j times as far as any other does more good than all of combined It Is used and endorsed by the most and largest breeders of plain and fancy poultry in all parts of the world The guar or pur chase money If your dont I sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the uge lu that case t I for sample box to American Co Terre Haute Jnd a of Goods Such of foreign loom variety of line textures exquisite designs of the seasons newest pattcrnslmvo never before been offered Easter has and summer is near therefore do not delay your We have anticipated wants and prepared to furnish you any of the most desirable novelties Shoes for Everybody It is most important nud to the beet interest of every buyer of Shams to inspect and carefully consider the high shoes wo arc showing before they purchase their spring and summer footwear Ladies Misses anti Childreus are now on sale The will fully time demands of all sections of the country and t surpasses in beauty and variety all previous showings Allow us to suggest that own interests will be best served by buying supply of these goods us I Parasols and These unique weapons of selfdefcnso against summers necessityWoeach Not n carriedovcr Umbrella Parasol or Pan in the entire stock We will appreciate a look through by you 1 Boys We just opened a mnst desirable and attractive veryreasonableRailroads old mens in oil the new colorings and shapes will meet more your + Wo arc receiving another shipment of Fashionable Spring Clothing Our business in this department has exceeded our expectations The public know n good thing when it and they realize that they do not to go any farther our Clothing to get it are very for the immense business our friends have given is unprecedented and without parallel in history However we not resting tent on this nor will it deter us from striving continually to serve better than other houses We trust you will visit us as early possible and bring us your Wool Hams Sides Lard Eggs Chickens and and shall have the selling you nice spring bill Anyorders sent nIl will merit very best attention E P BARNES fc BRO Successors to Beaver Dam Kentucky JiThen respectable how Christians walk This clear meaning SUBSCRIBER Beginning Sarsaparilla your happiness This appetite tired Americas cents CERALVO IThe progrcsslcgnlcely Alice Morn condition anticipated week awhile daughter Sturgeon Hait ford agoLouis Louisville Club Louisville May May Musical May 14th DctbyDay May trip morning I4th isth morning trip 17th rtturnj 1000000 CHOLERA DURi INGTHE PASTYEAR Illeeaae TkonsaelsotlIlollnrseovrrjr devastation gape diseases have Poultry This roup your excessive These germ disease tious flock Take stop experiment recommend connection IIItbreathing your scien preparation three remedy them experienced manufacturers antee every package refund druggist send Sfj Opening Spring Wash creations such gone approaching ticking selections your with class Our Slippers assortment meet your your from Fans Mens and Headgear have with than expectations Clothing theysee have than Department We grateful you Shoulders Feathers pleasure Hooker Co DEATHS Umbrellas COLLEGE NOTES Messrs W C Hell Will Griffin Arctic Louis and Misses Pearl plot I nook and Kthland Jones spent Satur l day and Sunday with funds at Hen In Mr Albert Ralph went to Pleasant Ridge Saturday on business Mr L A Sandbach spent Saturday Bud Sunday with friends near town Miss Mattie Pirtle visited her parents near town Saturday and Sunday IibURlnessProl A P Taylor was a l visitor at Ex Wednesday morningI Mr O G Purcell of Divless coun ty n former student Is I visiting our school this week School Is progressing nicely STUDUNT MANILA P1- March 27 1900 Dear Sister Fannie I am in good health cheerful and rather busy I received some letters I from you Nelia and Lillie Accept my sincere thanks Whether I an ewer or not just keep on writing I will get most of your letters anyway Im always glad to her from home Im glad you have a nice house now and hope all Is satisfactory and all easily paid lor I am coming home some time and am really trying to be good I do think I am doing right- I am reading a little in Botany and studying a little Latin I sometimes take a turn at my Analytical Geometry but it is slow work by myself and have lost just a ttlfle of my old tIme vigor of mind Get Bob to see one ot the editors of uy REPUBLICAN Fon or Lon I suppose and to get the address of Capt Jicar Bishop lu lull and forward to rue Immediately as it is Important tome also the address ofanyone else whom I may know here Tell the I editors I will pay for my paper on my return or you may tell Bob to pay I them Remember me to all inquiry ng friends I remember many but have no time to write further The war here seems to me to be practically over small bands may gather for years yet but theyll all be d settled pronto My regards to nil ftlends love to brothers sisters and kids of course t some of them may be lambs As ever JNO C BARNARD Co I 21st Init This letter was written to Mrs A C Stevens Mr Barnards sister but it contains matter with publicity Mr Barnard says the war is practically over he certainly knows what he is talking about having been on the battlefield nil the wh- ileGiven Up sparedtoA A Stowe 237 N 4th St San 1 had valvular heart trouble so severe that I was pro nounced gone two different times I The valves of my heart failed to work properly and circulation was so the slightest exertion produced fainting There Is no ape physician so I decided to try Dr Wiles Heart Cure and the result I consider miraculous lunsatisfied it saved my life DR MILES Heart CureI- s told by all druggists on guarantee backBookDr Miles radical Company Elkhart Ind S r T SPRING ClEANING rVOSOv iNow that Spring Dresses and Hats are to some extent I oft of the minds of the laillca another item of creat im portance confrontatbt in Til ATIS HOUSE I ING Wo arc prepared better than ever CLEANiI this job a light ono Our stock of wool ingrain i cotton chain Cur hemp Carpets Mailings Cloth Carpet Paper Scrims Silkolincs Lace Curtain8IWindow Shades extension Brackets Curtain never more complete Prices to suit all kinds of purses Visit us for goods in this special line I W 50ca35e Extra value in figured hemp Carpels 30c Good value in figured cot ton Carpets 25c Good grade plain mixed hemp Carpets at a5c I I SILKOLINES LACE Two and one half yard CURTAINSia pair Tbree yard Lace 4 tra value taped edges I yard lace Curtains aieorled designs 44 inches wide f taped edges a great bargain 8100 per pair Ion band a fine grade of Curtains up to onstanti 1zaNice Silkoline for drapery JOc Good Scrim Cc leetter Grade of lOc Dotted curtain Swine in white and fancy dots lOc Ex t tendon rackets 15c Small Curtain Poles 15c in oak f i or cherry Curtain poles wood fixtures 25c Carpet Paper 2o per yard I M I We the biggest stock In r I Straw a IngslIartJord Can please you in price and quality Extra fine figured Mattings 30c Good quality tcotton chain Mattings 20c Joiutlcss Matting pretty shades in red mixed blue mixed and greon mixed at 15c Jointed Mattings in all the mixed shades at lOc Floor Oil Cloth and Window Shades 1 Good quality floor Oil Cloth 20c Better grade heavy Oil Cl tb 2fic Good Felt Window Shades on spring roller 12n Good quality linen Shades on rollers 30o and 25c Six or seven fret long Best grade fancy shades seven feet long 50c Visit headquarters Remember we not only meet but beat any prices made you We want your Wool Eggs Ginseng and Feathers i tt TI1F PI AGE IS c Keown AN- IIIMartin e0 HARTFORD Liverymen rkaterl- nCELEBRATED mEAn FERTI I L1XERS BUGGIES U1RDSELL joWAUOXS MLIJE J and IlLOUNT t DEERING HARVESTe PLOWS I ING MACHINES AGENTS FOR J I CASE THRESHING MACHINES i FAIREST DEALINGS LOWEST GIVEie FIRSTCLASS Telephone NoG Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY II- i j See Carson Co for Fertilizer i Judge C W Massie Owensboro Is I in town If you are in need of Clothing see Carson Co o Mr O G Purcell of DAvirss coun ty is spending the week in town We buy llama Chickens Eggs I Feathers and Wool CARSON Co Quite a number of enthusiastic Re publicans called to see us Monday Just received a new lot of Shirts in Silks and Percals CARSON Si Co Master Roy Heavrin will go to Owensboro today to visit relatives I Tint REUDLIDAN has a scholarship in the Bryant Stratton College for sale Dr B W Ford and family visited relatives in Fordsville Saturday and Sundayrr To Cure Constipation Forevrr Take Caicatet Candy CatUarlle jOoorSSa It 0 00 fan to cure UruntUU rdunl1mouc1 vt PISOS CURE FOR IEHliwngmag CONSUMPTION rMr R C Taylor Prentis made Tnn RBITULICAN a pleasant call Tuesday Miss llattie Hocker arrived yesterday from Leltchfield to visit her sls ter Mrs J L Rowe Col C M Barnett and family of Louisville spent a few days in town the first of the week Load your wagon with Hams Chickens Feathers Eggs and Wool then visit Carson Co for top prices Miss Alice Stafford the Milliner Is with Cirson Co again this season and wants to sell everyone that is in need of a lint Dr A C Caperton will fill Rev allaudinghams appointment at the Baptist Church Saturday evening Sunday morning and evening Miss Zeecy Reid closed her school at Prentis recently on account ol measles and Is now confined to her room with a severe case herself Mr Jo Barnes Prentis lost his lit tie two year old child with measles last Friday and has two u ore children dangerously ill of the same disease Mr Glbsou Houk of Rockport died Tuesday night at his residence at that place The cause of his death Is unknown but it was thought that he djed of meningitis Messrs S T Stevens and J P Miller lelt Wednesday for Hot Springs Ark to attend the Southern Baptist Convention which convenes today and extends through Sunday and Monday Dr J R Pirtle and family accompanied by his mother Mrs F W Pirtle are visiting in Owensboro and lenderson tjis week Dr Pirtle will also attend the Dental Association at Evansville while he is out Mr William Steel a former resident of Hartford and a Very respectable itlzep died at the residence of Mr Jake Iglehcart Rosine Tuesday Ills remains were Interred in the Oak wood cemetery at this city Wednes day Mr John W RAgland ot Roine lied Tuesday evening about 8 oclock pneumonia Mr Ragland had been a very active ard progressive citizen during his useful day and his absence will be greatly missed by his fellow countrymen Mr Scott Taylor ot Taylortown lost his dwelling home last Friday about noon by fire It is believed that it caught from a spark which tell on the roof or from the flue Most all the contents went up in the fl lines As it was a very beautiful residence it was quite a lots to Mr Tay lor PiCClIlifOUTIl mrOWINU- a JOrenra arrow In lbe8outbpmvee lluslira onfn a great remedy for Chill and nil Malaria Fever littler than Quinine Unarnnteotl trj It At DlukuM C and 100 bntllM rivet h 0 Americas Greatest Spring Medicine The examinations for the year J9O will be held for whites on the third Friday and Saturday in each of the months May June July and August lor colored on the fourth Friday and Saturday ol each of the months above- mentioned State examinations will be held third Friday and Saturday In June and August Mr Paul Tabor Sr died at his residence near Sulphur Springs last Friday of consumption Mr Tabor was one ol the oldest and most respected citizens of the county and his loss will be greatly felt by the citizens of his community His remains were placed beneath the sod on the old homestead Prof A P Taylor and wife have or rived in Hartford from Kirkmansville Todd county where they have been engaged in school for the past nine mouths In recognition of the suc cess of the past years work the trustees have employed their services an other year This will be very gratify ing news to the friends of Prof and Mrs Taylor On account of Annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans Louis vllle Ky May join to June 3d 1900 the I C R R will sell tickets Beaver Dam to Louisville and fromI at the rate of 220 for round Tickets on sale May iSth to 30th Limited for return June loth 1900 S B VANMRTER Agt The Floating Studio is at Rockport and will remain until May the aist Will be at Ceralvo May 22d and reo main until June 4th Small house June 5th and remain until June loth Kirtleys or Humphreys Landing June loth and remain until June I3tb Point Pleasant June I3th and remain till June iSth H Or SciiRorTFn Propr The Rough River Telephone Com pany has contracted with Messrs S L Stevens and It E Rogers to ex tend the line to Prentis These gen tlemen built an excellent line to Cram well and the company has recognized the fact The company Is gradually extending its lines and is rendering the very best services possible Let the good work go on until every town and hamlet in the county are connect ed Why patroize the Cumberland or my other foreign company when we have a splendid local company Mr John Bir after a lingering illness extending through several months died at his residence In Beaver Dam Saturday night Mr Blr had been in ill health for quite a while and finally that dreaded disease consumption completed its work and he dwells no more on earth He bad been engaged in business at Beaver Dam at different times and had made many lasting friends lie was one of Beaver Dams highly respected citizens His re mains were Interred in the Beaver Dam cemetery Monday Hit loss is mourned by an aflectlonate wife four bright little girls and a host of friends Marriages Mr H A Park Clear Run to Miss Dee Stevens Westerfield Date of marriage May 6th Mr R T Ross Hartford to Miss Gracie M Smith Mctlenry Date of marriage May 9th Mr Jas A Ballard Centertown to Miss Cora E Cox Sulphur Springs Date ot marriage lay 9th Mr neo W Rhoades Adaburg to Miss Luella Foreman Ralph Date of marriage May loth LOOK A NTlTtll IN TIME- aavrniae HuRhea Tonic new Improved taab plfiMiint taken In early X rlnR and Fall pr Tfita Chilli Dengue and Malarial revere Art on the livertonr up the njriUni Hotter than Qulnluf Unarnntml try It At PruKgUtn 50 and 100 bottle MSflt S Thanks fortho Retiring Com mlttoo The Republican County Executive Committee of Ohio county knowing the excellent work of the retiring com mittee and desiring to acknowledge our thanks for same therefore be it Resolved That we the Republican Executive Committee of Ohio county In behalf of the Republican party ex tend our slncer thanks to the retiring committee for having so gallantly and courageously fought the battles of the party in the past and for having overcame the 26 majority given Bry an In 96 and raising the Republican standard to 585 in the recent election If the present committee should be so fortunate in its four years work there will be no occasion for the RepublU anyen COmMPrevention is the best bridle You can prevent sickness and cure that tired feeling and all blood humors by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to In troduce our Poultry Mixture and In sect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Large Body of Enthusiastic Republicans Meet and Endorse the Actions of Our Peerless Governor Pursuant to call the Republicans of Ohio county assembled at the court house Hartford Ky in delegated convention Monday at one oclock p m The convention was called to or der by Judge Jno P Morton who briefly stated the object of the meet ing alter which the Hon R C Jar nag In was unanimously elected chair man In accepting the chair Mr Jarnugln spoke at length touchlnj many phases of the Kentucky sltua tion His speech was excellent and well taken Mr Lon Rogers was unanimously elected Secretary of the convention Upon motion of M L Heavrin the chair appointed a committee ol seven to draft resolutions There being no contested delegations before tbe con vention the form of appointing a committee on credentials was dls penned with Upon tbe retirement of the commit tee on resolutions the was happily entertained conventionI C M Barnett S P Roby dolph Wedding Col Barnett dwelt at length upon the manner in which Gov Taylor has been persecuted and how the Democratic press all over Kentucky bounded him from the day of Ibis election to the present even charging that when he attended the burial of a beloved brother and sister he was attempting to flee from justice He forcefully pictured the way his family wefb treated by the igno rant and foolishly partisan Democrats of the Capital City stating that his children were spit on and so lidlcu lously and scandalously treated in the City schools of Frankfort that the Governor was compelled to take them from school He rounded up his speech by giving the little Herald a wellearned dressing down repeating that the Herald said iu 92 that the tariff law must be repealed or the country would be ruined and half the population of the country reduced to 96II cy In 92 the country would be ruined unless we have free silver When I Col Barnett concluded his speech The Herald scribe who was sitting I near had almost vanished I Mr Roby made a very interesting speech which was highly appreciated by all Mr Randolph Wedding closed the speaking of the convention in a brlel but very interesting speechI committee on resolutions hav ing completed its work reported the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted Mr Chairman We your commit tee on resolutions beg leave to sub nit the following declarations I We the Republicans of Ohio coun ty in convention assembled resolved- I That we approve the call for the State and District Conventions to be held at Louisville May 17 1900 and at Ellzabethtown May 16 1900 respectively and the call for this convention now assembled 2 We reaffirm our faithful allegi ance to the timehonored principles of the Republican party as set forth from time tq time in its State and National platforms believing that I the perpetuity of the Republic the honor of the flag the best interest of the citizen social moral political and financial and every interest cfthe country can and will be secured i maintained and protected by the faithfuladherence to these principles 3 We indorse the wise patriotic and thoroughly American Administration of tbe Nations great Presi dent William McKinley and espe I daily do we indorse the extension ol tbe influence of American pride am bition thrift and civilization into the hrpeIour glorious civilization implanted We most heartily indorse the action of the National Congress and the President iu placing the finance of the country upon an unequivocally sound basis thereby declaring and guaranteeing to all men in every clime that in this great country ev ery dollar shall be worth one hunt dred cents in gold 4 We commend in the highest terms that gallant ambitious and no ble Kentuckian Gov W S Taylor for the upright firm determined and manly fight which he has made to re rightstwe es peclally indorse and approve his de wainIJ peo ple against every advance of th usurpers The chroniclers of tim hqve failed to record upon tbe page oi American History the persecution ol any man or men distantly approach ing bitterness in malicious wrong land in unscrupulous boldness the persecution of our beloved and fear less countryman and leader We commend Gov Taylor to all men as a typical Kentuckian a Christian gen tie man a sagacious and fearless leader possessing tbe courage of his conviction to stand firmly In the right in the face oi an office seeking persecuting horde of politicians 5 We most heartily approve the action of the Republican State offi cials in resisting at every step the advance of the unscrupulous hordes 01 corrupt Democratic cfficeseekers to take from them under the forms of law the offices to which they were fairly and honestly elected thus subverting the will of tbe people to their own selfish ends and we especially approve and indorse all those officials who had the manhood nerve and I courage to supersede and carry their I j ust cause of action to the highest courts in the land both State and Federal in order that the full pur pose and Intentions of those who stand pledged to uphold and main tain this iniqultious law may be known to every citizen of the State 6 We condemn the existing elec tion law known as the Goebel law which was conceived in the selfish interest of unscrupulous and vicious politicians and brought forth In po litical corruption and which has caused the greatest political common tion known to any State In the Un ion ns the most dangerous and cor- ruptI law ever placed upon the Stat I ute books of any Stale We call the attention ofall fairminded men to the pernicious and baneful operations of that law to the monstrous frauds committed under its operations by the leaders of the Democratic party- and to the daring and astounding crimes commltteed by them and sus taxed by their partisan courts We j declare the frauds and crimes per mitted and committed under the dangerousIat a I gigantic wrong against civilization and foreboding if persistently continued civil strife which shall shad I ow our glorious past In the vale of bloodshed and woe We denounce in unmeasured terms the present election I law as the ground and sole cause ot nil the turmoil strife crime persecuI tion and woes incident to and grow ing out of the last general State election and we declare that the moral social financial and political Interest of the people and the welfare and fu ture ot the Commonwealth demand its speedy repeal Until the vale of shame now hovering about the old Kentucky home Is lifted and dispell ed we solemnly promise and pledge the honor of Ohio county Republic ism against the law and to wage an unrelenting and determined warfare to the end that justice be once more enthronged in beloved Kentucky we invite the support of all honest lib ertylovlng men regardless of pre- viousI party affiliation and Invoke the aid of Him who directs the destinies I of nations and men 7 We the Republicans of Ohio county present to the Republicans of the Fourth Congressional District the Hon M L Heavrin as a most excellent and suitable man to repre sent said district in the National Convention which meets in Philadel phia June 19 1900 His lifelong service and devotion to the party entitles him and his eminent qualifications fit him to represent the district in said National Convention The delegates hereinafter named are Instructed and directed to cast the twentyeight votes of Ohio county for him and to use all honorable means to secure his election Amendment offered by F L San derfur and adopted by the convention- In consideration of the valuable RepublicanI in which we have been and are now engaged therefore be it RESOLVED That the Republicans ot Ohio county do cordially indorse the faithful and effective work which was done by the said REPUBLICAN in the last campaign The following named gentlemen are hereby appointed delegates to at tend the State and District Conven Ions namely Lon Rogers Jno P Morton M S Ragland Galon Taylor W S Gaines M L Heavrin Clarence Marks E E Rogers Joe Car son A B Stanley Jno H Stewart N Barrass S M Taylor R C Jar BarattteCharleseR Wedding I C P Keown R B Martin W S Tinsley T S Marks E P Neal Jacob Chancellor Also the following gentlemen are u hereby appointed alternate delegatesI to said convention namely Kimmel Gen W Rowe H C Shu ver A S Btmutt KJ MasIe Word Tlnuley Frank Lowe D L lm h S M James Jno A King Jno X Taylor C C Dennis Zicbarlab Taylor Wm Hamilton E L Myers Simon Jones R P Toll Capt Jno G Keown Jo Roberts Wm Awtry Wm Bryant S T Stevens Louis Rogers D M Hocker J B Wallace G Davis Royal np Petty H L Condict Dee Render Jo Helm and all other good Republicans FON ROGKRS W S GAINED JACOB CHANCELLOR GEO M MADDOX Com S L STEVENS W S TINSLEY D W KIMMEL N Barrass and Lon Rogers were elected committeemen at large from the county The rollof tbe precincts having been called their credentials showed the following precinct committeemen elected East Hartford Wm Brown West Hartford M L Heavrin Beda O R Tinsley McIIenry Wm Hamilton Centertown Dr G F Chapman Point Pleasant W P Render Sr Smallhonse S T Hunter Ceralvo D M Kimmel North Rockport Geo M Maddox South Rockport W H Wilcox Cool Springs H L Taylor Cromwell E E Rogers Select Jno II Stewart Horse Branch W P Miller Rosine C E Raley Nar rows Jim Shultz East Fordsville Jacob Chancellor West Fordsville Jacob Jones MaganW W Royal Bartlett Ed Massie Htflin H C Shaver Sulphur Springs J B Wai laceThe work of the convention having been completed on motion the body adjourned R C JARNIGAN Chmn Lox ROGERS Secy Porters Antlsoptlc Hoallng 011 Relieves all pain instantly For cuts burns bolls bruises itch eczema catarrh sore throat erysipelas corns chapped hands or lips piles and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous mem branelt is a sure and permanent cure 48hoursmoney refunded Horsemen will find this oil will cure scratches cracked heel halter burns old sores and collar galls No cure no pay For sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky 41 Attontlon Toachors Newport Ky May 8 1900 To the County Superintendents In order to relieve teachers from any hardship that might arise from the anomalous condition now existing in regard to the State offices as well as to save the State the expense of sell- Ing out two sets of questions for May examinations I shall accept as those of my own board the questions prepared by the board appointed by H V McCbesney and sent out by him this month In doing this I relinquish no right to the office to which I claim I have been elected by the people but I simp ly agree not to call In question the validity of any certificate obtained Ina legal way upon questions sent out by Mr McChesney should my title to the office finally be confirmed by the Courts I have the utmost con fidence iff the Integrity and ability of Mr McChesneys Board of Examiners and to prevent all misunderstanding or confusion at present or possible hardship upon teachers in the future I approve any questions he may send out for the May examination RespectfullyJNO BURKE Supt Public Instruction The above letter is selfexplanatory n accordance with the request ol Supt Burke the May examinations wlll be held In Ohio countyMay i8h and igth and 25th and 26th FON ROGERS County Superintendent h That Real Estate Agent A few days ago a gentleman from Nashville Tenn Mr G E Matlock came to Hartford to look after some real estate lIe net some of the bust ness men of town and his business was made known to them Judge J F Carson found in him a very congenial companion a liberal and unus ually pleasant associate and treated him with that hospitality and courts sy for which Kentuckians arc so la mouseMr Rowan Holbrook concluded that he would sell him his fine farm lust below town so he in com panywith Mr Matlock and Judge Carson spent the better part of one day In examining the farm and its Improvements and tbe parties came near trading but the purchaser con cluded that it would be necessary for him to meditate over the transaction a short time and perhaps look more ex ensively before locating and nothing was thought of this but a very wise act upon the part of the gentleman from Tennessee Other gentlemen from the country were made aware that a very wealthy gentleman was here in quest ot a fine farm and they too came to see and to sell out if possible This gentle man was entertained thus for about a week when he concluded to return to- Nirsbvltle During his stay here he won the confidence of all bechanced to meet But before taking his leave for Nashville he appeared before Judge Miller and swore out 17 war rants for the arrest of Mr B B Col lins for unlawfully selling liquor and I Spring Shoppers recognize this store as the trading center for their Spring require specialbargains Lace Curtains- A good one SJ yards in length fcl per pair Better oho 3ards in length 135 per pair length8h50Extra value WJo Very fine at 2oO and 275 Wash Goods Ono line of summer cloth 3Jc Nice Scotch Lawns Oc Beautiful lot of farjcy OrgandicH To Tasteful line of Organdies lOc All styles of Organdies at JUJo to 25o per yard Fine American Bat isles of lovely quality and most beautiful designs at IDo and lOjjo per yard Our lino of Dimities are unsur passed ranging in prico from 7Jo to lOjo per yard A big value in dress Ginghams at 8Jo per yard Another line at lOo per yard The most elegant lino of line dress Ginghams ever shown in Hartford at 20o per yard We are showing the latest styles and designs in Percals and ranging in price from 7Je to 15c per yard We liavo Covert Cloths in different JloranJOur Millinery opening was the most successful one we have ever ox perienced Our creations have drawn more favorable comments than informer openings Call and see our display of dainty headwear to our is five warrents for the arrest of Mr Will Aultmlre for being the same business and four for the arrest of Mr Quinton Her for i having sold whisky illicitly The i warrants were the parties by the sheriff and his utJrs whence the in i court waved trial and gave I bond in the sum of 2600 with Capt S K Cox and Mr T L Griffin as I The most intimate and trusted friend of the real estate dealer ape peared as witness in 20 out of 26 cases I From all accounts every case is guilt edged It will be that I the citizens of Hartford said by their votes that whisky be sold In the limits of the town and yet In the face of this it has been sold I since that day The Iaw abiding cite izens say it should stop Those oppos ed to law and order say it shall not stop and the of between the and the law sects seems to be thin vital I issue i with the thanks of every wan woman and child in Hartford who says the dignity of the law shall be upheld and There will be a great I time in the old town when the grand jury meets I Cutting around the eyes should be I avoided unless you are willing to make a subject for In surgery This is unnec essary Salve will cure sore and lids when all others have failed 1t t weak eyes m i Last Monday night enter ed the store house ot Mr T R Bar nard and entering the bed chamber of Mr Barnards clerk bucked and gagged him and then to Jthelr mis sion by drilling into the safe prepar atory to blowing open the door Ex wore the word given and the door torn to frag1 work was rapidly pused and the contents quickly secured In all they obtained about 40 in cash and SZ5 or S30 in stamps after which they made their escape The report of the awoke Mr Barnard who lived near the store and he rushed to the place of to find the safe in ruins and his clerk in a helpless condition 1 he clerk j was relieved but be could not give any valuable about his captors that one of them wore a dark mustache and was rather heavily built No one is of the crime was disturbed in the store at all Free silver seemed to be their only desire Our Table Linens Towels a cannot be surpassed Call them a amino our line of Silks of which we have an lino In our we have such a is impossible spaceAllwo are of the result Gents Good dress Shirts 20o A good value for 50c An extra good one 75c worth tI- The E cc W brand Shirts at 8100 and 125- Wo carry the largest and most up todate line of m Ohio county Seo them Hats in all styles and grades to suit every one We are now showing the very latest st les in Mons Boys and Straws Prices to suit Seo our lino of 12Jc 15c 20o 25o our Rugs at 8100 225 1300 8360We e sold lots of Shoes c Wear a pair of our famous Hrown Shoos and you will wear no other BRING US YOUR WOOL are welcome our store and yours VEItY RESPECTFULLY R T COLLINS Hartford Ky warrants immediately dep11 accusedappeared examining suretiesI remembered shouldnot corporated question strength lawabiding breaking endlhe maintained yourself experimenting Sutherlands EagleEye granulated strengthens Burglars Smallhouso burglars Smallhouse proceeded accomplish plosives properly adjusted mentsThe explosion disturbance unfortunate Information excepting suspected Nothing Housekeepers Napkins andexamine buySilkespecially attractive Clothing department varietyit confident Furnishing Goods celebrated Neckwear Childrens Mattingsat beautiful spring Slippers Topsyhosiery You time constantly Painters Attontlonl The undersigned will on the igth of May 1000 receive sealed bids for the painting of all the Iron bridges in- Ohio county seven In number located as follows One at Hartford one at Hines Mill or Dundee one at Barretta Ferry one on Caney creek on the Leltchfield road one on Lewis creek near Rockport one Barnetts creek on the Livermore road All of old scales to be scraped or burned oft mJ 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 BF GRAVES 1 G S FITZIIUCH Com J P MILLER j wsw waw wrttrk r f I You I need not lose flesh In summer I ItJ you cant take SCOTTS- EMULSION i- ft In hot weather- but you can take it and di 1 e t jest it as well in summer as J in winter It is not like the t plain codliver oil which Is J Jtyou are losing ground and you needIScotl9s Emulsion I and must have it to keep up f your flesh and strength you have been taking it and prospering on it don t fail top 5 you are thor oughly strong and wellJt fSCOTTUW ff korWfrlfA kel4It Hartford Telephone and Eichange Company Talk being cheap and necessary folkswhe linesandthe whole county and business onerallonly paying a roasonablo rent to the Telephone and Exchange Coor thoywill expense ifou say Call on A E Pate Hartford Ky for particulars- We connect with all Independent Companta T- J IDIm m7II flunfrmoionnl Cenntnm W r llilut niul W J ivrbov ftPprcINltntIteI II ml- tl1Ilrllhllhlo iuuntv II r Jirnniriii Cllo Cevisit- llrralt Court W T Owen Jmlv Jl 1IrAttnrnty Iwennboro T II lllnrk Jnllei S A AnJernon Orrk Itownn llnlunxili Mitr Ioni iiiUsIoner II II Ukeni Trunten Jury Fund S T Htevenn Sheriff Illirlford Depillv IIierIflI it II limton J II Taylor W f I inkn eonvrti nnt MftIIdaN in March- gn Aunt nnd foiitlniien tlmv wivkc mid third Monclnr In May nml Novetnlier two wivki County ConrtJ I Miller Jniln MS line InnnUerk M I llenvrln Attorney llnrtfonl reourt ronveneH flrvt Monday In Mh month 111101IIIIonrt of ClHliim 4oiirrnpii flrot Munilnv In Jim nnrv Tuesday lifter wrond 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floOudCURE CONSTIPATION Urllf Rrjnl olij I flu1 Mnlrttl N Tcb lit NO etldruigw IflCVI AMI 1 CZIYIATI Nothing but local remedy or change of climate will Cure Catarrh IIUISIIPCIIIC ii ELYS CREAM BALM It is quickly ob sorbed Gives rs lIefat once Opens I and cleanses the Nasal Passages Allays fluumalion Heals anti Protects the Membrane Restores the senses of taste and smell No mercury No injurious drug Reg ular size soc family size Si at Drug gists or by mail ELY KROTIIKRS 69 Warren Strttt Ntv Yth aoodhfiIkclchconennluJlthePatent tent upon requeit Iutcuts secured espcnterateuttioticuIthouitchirge inTiir IATFNT Ktconn in and wi clrcuhl t Joutual ronwultrd ly Alunufacturcriinnd Investors ScuJ fur sample copy FREE AJJicM VICTOR J EVANS CO Patent Attoriicri Evans Building WASHINGTON D C withU ILYONSII ISYRUPII I CONSTIPATION I Is made front tii oicest extracts of vegetables nnJ Imit contins no In I 1 foriIheInut all Impurlikvf th vJ and mikes complirn cKir f IIIYIaxatlvedruSIIst will ivfuiiJ tI money I An ideal remedy frcllMreii as well t atII rA KyJKyJOII It KyIWantedAn Idea npt I to loaIA wealthWrit rrdllllOvegetableIC ttlttjlfreePLILGRIZII I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY itI I O 3FL BNew Time Cnrd Inking effect Sunday April Mh IMKI nt noon North Hound No 104 due 447 ii- in No tOe doe fr1 p iii No In dne9ii in South Hound No 11 due 1IW a lu No 101 dm 253 II1I I Loral KrelRhU North Hound No ID4 dne7M II in South Hound No 1IKI due SM p In No 104 will Mop tot Owennboro Dint and ITloln pa eniteiK only S II YAXMtTEit Awnt Ohio Circuit Court May Term StAR DOCKET SlCOND DAY MAY 22 1900 31c8 Comth vs Win Hayden 3119II vs Same 3179II vs John St Clair 3180 vs Same 3183II vs Thomas Ross 3293I vs Kills Roach c 3347I vs Tom Berryrnan 3348 vs Same 3349I vs Same 3350II vs Same 3351 vs Same 3384ii vs Robert Dehart 3391 vs Henry Catterc 3392II vs Same 3414 vs Elvis Blankensbip 3415 vs Same 3432 vs GeoW Kerdall c 3452 vs Thomas Carson 3475 vs Horace Hines 3480 VF Jordan Evans 3485 vs Lein Cuttis 3486 vs Same 3487 vs Same 3488 vs Same 3489 vs Same 3490 vs Same 3491 vs Same 3492 vs Same 5493II vs Same 3494g Same 3495I vs Same 3500 vs E A White 350I vs Same 3502 vs Same 3503II vs Same 3504 vs Same 3505 vs Same 35c6 vs Same 3507VS Same 350tlII vs Same 3509 vs Same 3510I vs Same 3511II vs Same 3513II vs M Likens 3514II vs Same 3515 vs Same 3516II vs Same 3517 vs Same 3518 vs Same 3519 vs Same 3520II vs Same 3923 vs Same 3524 vs Same 3525II vs Addis Austin 3526II vs Same THIRD DAY MAY 23 1900 3527 Comth vs Addis Austin 3528 vs Same 3529II vs Same 3550 vs Warren Cundiff 3532II vs Same 3533 4vs Same 3540 vs Jim Burns 354rII vs James Guy 3546II vs Dan Hlnes 3S11SII vs Bud Hefiin 3550II vs Ben Rial 3554II vs R T Collinr 356tII vs Chas Crusath 3566vs James Guy 3677 vs James Poole 3579II vs Forest Poole 3580I vs Riley Peach 3581II vs Tom Hall 3587 vs Clark C Slauter 3590II vs Same 3592 vs James Tally 3593II vs R P tIer 3594II vs Same 3595II vs Same 3596 vs Same 3597II vs Same 3625II vs Same 3626vs Same 3627II vs Same 3628vs K DArmond 3620II vs Elsie Gray 3635VS Ras Tilford c 3689 vs John Shaver c 3644 II vs Willis Herald 3639vs Willis han 3660vs 11 Likens 3661vs Robert Dehalt 3669II vs Ben Rial 3670 vs Rial Baltzell 3673S vs Mose Hudson 3676lS vs C 11 Smith 3725 vs VmWagnerc 3723 ys Andtew Render 3682 vs AROller 3681 I vs George Medcall 3684 vs John Patton 3685II vs Alonzo Wells 3686vs Frank Wade FOURTH DAY MAY 24 1910 3687 Comth vs William Southard c 3683vs Lon Johnson 3418II vs Joe Stratton 3419II vs Same 3690S vs George Russell 3691vs Ernie R Robinson 3t92vs Dallas Faught c 3696II vs Dallas Faught 3699I vs Joe Cravens 3700II vs M Likens 370rII vs Same 3702 vs Same 3776 vs Caleb Wrightc 3769vs William Stone i 3772vs Walter Samuels Jr 3710S vs Henry Taylor 3711II vs Same I 3712 vs George Reddish 373II vs Same 3714 vs Thomas Burton 3715II vs Same 3716 vs Same I 3717 vs R T Taylor Jr 378vf Same 3719II vs Same I 3721II vs Thomas Tntutn 372I vs Ab Sharp 3727II vs Brad Burden 3728 vs Tim L Austin 3729II vs Stanton Willoughby 3731 vs Same 3732II vs Perry Wiltoughby 3733II vs Same 3734 5vs Same 3735a vs William Dehait 3736 vs Same 3737a vs Same 3738II vs L P Crowder FIFTH DAY MAY 25 1900 3740 Comth vs L P Crowder 3741II vs Same 3742II vs Same 3745II5vs Will Duke 3746 vs Same 3747II vs Same 3748y Same 3749S vs Same 3750vs Same 3751 vs Same 3752II vs Same 3753 5vs R T Taylor Jr 3754SI vs Same 3757 4vs Henry Taylor 3758II vs Same 3759 5vs Thomas Taylor Jr 376II vs Same 3761 vs Rudy Jahn 3762 vs Same 3763v Perry Willoughby 3764 vs Same 3765 vs Thomas Tatum 3973II vs Lud Grant 3775II vs Claude Slaughter SIXTH DAY MAY 26 1900 3778 Comth vs Brad Burden 3779II vs Same 3781 vs Same 3781 vs Elij h Crowe 3782 vs Same 3783 vs Same 3784 vs Iliad Burden 3783VS Thomas Engler 3786 vs Same 3787II vs Marion Likens 3788 vs Same 3i89II vs Frank Collins 3790vs Same 3791II vs Same 3792 vs Prank Flelden 3793 5vs Henry Taylor 379tII vs RTTaylorJr 3795S vs L P Crowder 379flII vs T L Griffin 3797vs Same 3799II vs Clarence Tipton 3800II vs C P Brown 38uIII vs Man Tilord 3902 4vs Cicero Smith 3903vs Henry Whitaker 3Sr4I vs ScoCeld Midkiff 31103vs John Mote 38c6II vs Os Bowen c 38ii7I vs Joe Parks 388vs Dan Moseley 3809II vs James Espy 3810 vs Tee Young 1811II vs James Espy 3812II vs Frank Allen 38r3II vs Henry Whitaker 3814 vs Fletcher Hardlson A Copy Attest- S A ANDERSON Clerk- S Educate Tour noweli With Caioreti forever30ct5c Con Whoolor to Mary Persistent rumor again couples the names of Gen Joseph Wheeler and Mrs George W Childs and this time there seems to be good reasons to be- lIeve an announcement of their en gagement to marry will be made When Mrs Childs was asked for a confirmation or denial of the rumor she smiled and referred the questioner to Gen Wheeler The gallant veter an also smiled when asked about it lie saidIll tell you what I will do I will see Mrs Childs and ask her to ansvier your questions or authorize me to do so When seen later he said Yes I s iw Mrs Childs and I think you will Son receive your answer Mrs Childs said she would send you a note setting at rest all of the ru niors No statement could be obtained from MM Childs today General Wheeler admitted however that at a luncheon in Philadelphia attended by Mrs Childs and hlmsell they were congratulated by mutual friends upon their rumored engagement These congratulations were accepted without denial though General Wheeler now says they were unfortunate and untimely Hoods PillsArc prepared from Na tures and while gentle are reliable and efficient They Rouse the Liver Cure Sick Headache Bil iousncss Sour Stomach and Constipation Sold everywhere 250 per boxr- renareabyCtIIOOdCoLowelIMai3 Illinois Central Railroad r y- llrat nml iliint li ular lloutiitu Memphis New Orleans AMU AM IOIMTN IS lllUANNAN rEX is MKXICO AMt UAMKIIIIMA Ins IJKhtrdVnitltiiilnl Train with Cnfn Cum ullninii iiuirus unit Inii ItnlliilnKlhiilrrnrtn leiuphlH nnd New Orlinn Iullinun Tdurlnt tnr iivm UiuUvlllii every Thnrndny iiigiit unit run hriniKliti Ilillfurnlii via New UtIca ne and tbo imlh Parian Hunmt hunt llanbln Iwrth tilt runt LoaUvlIlo to Nm Iris ncicio on RM iiriiiior lonatrly low rittee to lutrrinnllntn polut- Hriio Truo Winter Routo to California No Blizzards Cold Weather Snow- Blockades IrarelitigIaecengtrtisa auk bill to wml you a ropy nl the Hunthrrn limit HtvkrnrilnldtiHlilih In OlIcte with Inter sting Infiiriimtliin ronirrnliiR Southern trrrl org It will Iw ninllnl to yii fm llu the lintml third Tinmlmr of mill month Iliiiun Ntvkrni lrkitN urn wild ti Honthern nnd HouthwiMttTn iiilntii lit Hwl l lnirllntHHKuuil to ret urn within wentyone ilurn from date of suite llbfrul stop itir urriItigciiielits A HHANSON GP A C= CAOC zrssiToro- T A KELLOND A G P A cvcvc azT CATARRH Tho Mother Ciisiimption How this Dread Dlleqo May be Prevenltd IneSI CuredThe nreatett ol SpecIalists Wrltei on the Subject It Catarrh Ic the mother of connnmrtlon lJy ibid do not nieailtbuut vvery return 4i Teloiws 11110 1111 do mean that catarrh lirtiun chKkcil ant when tie rrrr opwirroniUMtir nt n rlnn it o lnhl which I b 30IroI and the hrrathlliil tract Inrarial Ir rnd InCnnxinifllrnof tteLumtfc Catarrh diHrojp any Ie ninrou surface of IOtlrI air tSII erect It Inflamra und cootthrm saucing oroailr a fur r abumlniit and oflrntlv din harnet but whOn It nct une Inuinpcr n rlr0 lining of thehall lung tutws ull lute cells- the InflainatlKD cortwtlon which it cawn uoeetiie araall nit ifrann and llnvtpff the patrlddWcbarnea matter to accumulate caiiMsa rnt I twit mimbranis rciulllnz In what wo Mil Con umptlon of the Land TUB TENDnNCV OP CATARRH The tondencr of catarrh when It haammoMal- DraiW lln ant IOrtlo lit the nlunummlnevery cavity t the hNrl to contatiy- ntend In evenr direction- CatarrtinaiiuoetevtI1 inntancetirU witbwhati- umincniy known a In ibt lead This cuRd U added to hr another w cauo of rouie elira esinwur or treatening of stud eImU oeJrf 1 NaulcaVirra H the C- uthteconilubrn in lfocted retitily- to eCl1 tatthe throlt to the then to the lunpNeW LUNG Oontimtitlon ounot bo cured Sew terre cannot be nude for a man cry more than ulngercra newnmmihnt catarrh can I cunxlln alllitiUfn U PPI tbltlln31n aiwa 71 fatal one A CERTAIN CLRD In an eapenlenee of twenlr years darirer which tlmol lure tnat mah Ibnneao of cawn at alt- ftrunoriwturrh 1 Imre ncceryct Ibmradical and permanent TOO la ono eicUi lvelr lumen end the rtncticeiucti- io I Ore narel under mr poraonal direction Hi mr uwn tairainnlca- lunypeopieirnuatne thy hate Conrompt on hen In realltr the i e hue nut quite that lane I am treating ami oirtn cawe of thii sort- vcrydar Si lone cc the rrwww at ueyisnotb- egun Iran tuckS thepatient perfectly veil an1 strong auln- nnaw AT ONCB Ml me once nir ro our all catarrhal sufferer to begin treatment at once Mr a rInlt1 treatment now l lwtt r than the throe lb1I roakn for the rent trnnlh a nclallr low fee Mr the tr itmnt of catarrh it tr otherdl ea s iiiaklnirro pitn charge fnraUmeu Ictnes etc that m r te required J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D Dr llallutiruy i Co 3O9ChimiStrrrt SlIIe Tenn MENTION THIS TAITU VJIfV ltittTRU Proachod In His ShirtsloovpslNot long ngo Kentucky went to town in the western pait of the State where there are noHplscopalchutches and only one in fact of any other de nomination says the Louisville Cour ier Journal The people are unfamiliar with any but the plainest and most simple church service and en tirely unaccustomed to the vestments which the Episcopal clergy wear The pastor of the only church a good conscientious narrow minded man hearing that the bishop was coming on a certain Sunday to preach at the court house told some of the pillars of his congregation that he hoped they would not desert their own church to hear the Episcopal service On the Appointed Sunday what was the pastors surprise to notice hall ol his flock absent and upon inquiry he learned that the court house was thronged with the villagers The I next day he met one of his chief sup t porters wliose accustomed seat had I been vacant at the weekly service and the pastor questioned him as to his i whereabouts on Sunday The man replied that he had gone to hear Dish op Dudley WhatI replied the clergyman Desert me to hear that pompous prelate Youre mistaken in the man answered the culprit Bishop Dudley is no pompous pre late He preached In his shirtsleeves Our Groatost Spoclallst For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic t diseases that he is acknowledged to day to stand at the head ol his pro ftssion in this line His exclusive method of treatment for Veticocelc and Stricture without the aid of knife t or cautery cures in 90 per cent of allccases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kidney t and Urinary Complaints Paralyh sls Blood Poisoning Rheumatism e Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo e men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more titan double that of anyother specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other t physicians readily yield to his treat t ment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge fur consultation or advice either at his of IIlIathaway Best for tho Bowols a No matter what ails you headacheI to a cancer you will never get well JCAREtSout a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just 10 J cents to start getting your health aback CASCARETS Candy Cathartic a the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations z Llfo In a Chicago Flat t- IThe following conversation was heard across the alrshalt of a flat house in Desplain streettThat you in there Austin Muffled Voice Whatyewant Say get a move on yourself I want to use that tub some time toi nightSOh go chase yourself you took a bath last nigh- tSplashshWhe e ew OhLordy but that waters hotaHope it took the skin oft Say for heavens sake hurry up Ive got a dateCVoice smothered in towel Billy wish youd look in the right hand book case drawer and hand me a pairI of socks Bookcase drawettYes bookcase drawer down under the music Get a black pair willI S youSnarling gurgle of water from tub Say that blame pipes clogged V up- I know it Alma washed the dog today The pluuiberll be here ina the morning Confound you Why didnt youtl say so befortaFeminine Voice from dlstancetl Will the Chinamans shere with Aus tins laundry Austin from bathroom Put it onV my bed Alma Pay him1 Not on your life tell him to come to morrow Chicago News INDIAN TERRITORY CHANGE t C BIll to Ronamo It In Honor of ThomasJofforsont Congressman Moon of Tennessee t to day introduced a bill providing a v territory form of government for theLI Indian Tertitory under the name ol eflerson Tenitory The olject of thea till is two fold Its first purpose isd to give the people of the Indian Ter Li Itory home rule and the second is tQ c lo honor to Thomas Jefferson by glv c ing his name to the only unorganized 0 territory embraced within the grand h lomain secured for the United States through his wisdom and statesman ii ohipCThe idea of renaming the Indian c Territory Jefferson Territory originated c with Judge E G Tollrtt who is now in Washington as a delegate ap- pointEd by the South McAlester convention called to take steps for the redress of the wrongs now suffered by f the 300000 white citizens of the In Luau Tenitory Judge Tollett in speaking to night of the bill said he lonskered it most fitting that the new territory should bear the name ol that great statesman who made it a part 01 l the United Slates and it was equally appropriate that the unorganized por Lion of the United States should boI prepared Tor admission to the Union C in time to become a factor and a participant I in the Louisiana Parchast Worlds Fair to be held in St Louis in 1903 5 The bill provides for a Governor anti J a secretary who shall be citizens of the territory and who are to be ap I pointed by the President A treasurer an auditor and a superintendent of d public instruction are to be elected by a joint vote of the two houses of the Legislature until otherwise provided I For by the Legislature A delegate to represent the territory iu Congress if to be elected by the voters ol the ter nitorytTERRITORIAL LEU1SLATUR1t The Legislature is to consist ol a i Senateanda House ol Representatives the Senate to be composed of fifteen Senatorsand the House of thirl three I RepresentativesThe districts are to be as a lollows Chickasaw Nation four Sen ilors Choctaw Nation four Senators I Creek and Seminole Nations three J SenatorsCherokee Nation and Quapaw j Indian agency four Senators c The Representatives districts are to t be as follows Chickasaw Nation I tight Representatives Choctaw Na c ion eight Representatives Creek Satlon seven Representatives Semi ole Nation one Representative Cher kee Nation eight Representatives Juapaw Indian agency one Represen alive The Legislature is given power to edistrict the territory into senatorial md representative district and to ap xution the membership Not more han one Senator nor more than one Representative can be elected at the irstelectlon at the same precinct Each Incorporated city or town is Jade a voting precinct lor such town ir city and the surrounding territory learest thereto Trie town author ies shall appoint a nonpolitical Elec ion Board ol three judges and two lef ks h act at the first election The lection returns are to be made to the Secretary of State and certificates of flection are to be issued by the Coy 1 rnor Toe Legislature has general powers I fith certain restrictions The allot i nents and town lots are not to be axed in violation of treaties and laws JUDICIAL SYSTEM The judiciil system of the territory s to remain as now constituted save hat the Ligislature may confer on ounty Judges probate jurisdiction nd on Justices of the Peace civil jur sdiclion in cases not involving over too County Judges are to be elected y the people and are required to be lembers of the bar Appeals from J ustices are to go to the County Court c nd appeals from the County Court re to go to the United States Court Both United States and Indian citi ens may vote or hold office alike he Legislature is to divide the terris org into notmore than tbitty three ounties ani provide government herefor County seats are to be es ibllshed by a vote of the people but iay be temporarily located by the 2 egislature No county shall consist f less than 720 square miles nor 01 tore than 1296 ttquare miles and hall not be less than 24 miles wide r lor more than 36 miles long and J hall conform to the township lines ol he government survey and except s prevented by the outer lines of the trrilory and the meandering of thein irkansas River shall be in the form ti parallelograms v All inttrument of writing afltctinp anks and Including patents to town ots and allotments are required to be n i led or recorded In the county where he maker resides IIA resident if not hen where the property is situated nifty feet of land on section lines is re erved for highways TAXES AI10US1IED tl The tribal taxes on property and ocatlons of citzjns ol the United i tates are abolished Appropriations Jp re made to defray expenses ol the egislature the expenses of holding T lie first election and in temporary Id of common school education until he Legislature establishes a school ysteui for the territory 0 The bill was drawn with a special o lew to giving as near as may be bc it self government in all things udge Tollett thinks that an impori mt feature of the bill is the ellmina Ion of the regulation county seat and mnty line fight which always re and legislation when brought before he committees ol Congress The bill assumes it to be a fact that ic people on the ground know better hAt should be dune in this conntc ion than a non resident lobby in afliington All officials not elected re to be appointed from nctuil rest ents of the territory The larger IIwns can not absorb the membership I I the Senate or House each town or Ity being limited to one Senator or ne Representative in the first Legis tureCThe present judiciary syelem is not iterfered with but Is only made morel and to the ew conditionsItars and Strlpos In Manila Schools I A signal is given by the principal il the school Every student or pu iii rises in ills place The flig is rought forward to the principal or eacher While it is being brought onward the military salute is given fhich Is as follows The right band is uplifted palm ownward to a line with the forehead lose to it While thus standing with he hand uplifted and in the attitude Salute all the pupils repeat togeth T slowly and distinctly the follow ng pltdge I pledge allegiance to my fltg and he Republic tar which it stands Oe ation Indivisible with liberty and ustice tor all At the words as pronounced in Ihe ledge to my flag each one ex ends the tight hand gracefully palm lownward toward the flag until the nd of the pledge ol affirmation Then LII hands drop to the side The pu Ills still standing all sing in unison he song Auieiica My country tisoflhee In the primary departments where he children are very small they are aught and repeat instead ol the ledge as given for the older children I give my hand my bead my leant to my country one country one ieople one lug In some schools the salute is given- n silence as an act of reverence tuts ccompanied br any pledge At a ilcnal as the fig reaches its station he right hand is raised palm down rand to a horizontal position against he forehead and held there until the lag is dipped and returned to a verti al position Then at a second signal he hand is dropped to the side and the mph takes his seat Principals may adopt the Silenl alule for a daily exercise anti the Pledge Salute for special occasions Manila Tribune 1 I a K p a i 41 ff n I o e For Infants sIae A 0 1 First o OIIIIh yiiartrnliiit ic lnllIla net fpnt IllHrlrlnfd nt h A rctnJ == = A = AI =Av=n Y A AND EASY Tim MOST VEhICLES YOUR the bloOd and unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too much of this acid poison readies the Vni and it ccoiiie red and inflamed The itching burning are almost unbearable especially when overheated front any came The akin seems on fire sleep or rest Is impossible the desperate stilTercT regardless of coiiseitienccs scratches until strength exhausted This burning itching humor appears sometimes little pustules discharging a sticky fluid which forms crusts and scales Again skin dry hard antI fissured itches intensely bleeds and scabs over This is a painful and stubborn form of the While Eczema Tetter IJryniptaj Salt Rheum anil many like troubles are sjxiken of ai diseases of the skin they are really blood diseases because CAN BE NO AN If the blood Is lit n pure healthy condition no poisonous elemellis om reach the aklu External applications of WAShes anl salves sometimes mitigate the itching and soothe the lflnninili nnnne wean 1In nlll Q InI II no In tItn S S only purely vegetable remedy known blood and ikitt troubles It goes the seat the liseare neutralizes the ands and cleanses the rcinforccs and Invigorate ull the organs stilt thus clears the system all impurities through the natural channels the skin relieved inflammation IdIAI nil sbus of the disease disannearon m ter irnmptly eurril mid hat never lied n return of theilliraie Thin wai Mcntren yeati ago She sincerely llrve lie would been In her grave years ago but SII S and add what has for me twill do brother Blood and Skin iaC51I1II1 niiteourphysiciaiis fully about your Kind Always Bought Bears In- Use For Over Year- sCASIO RIA BUSINESSEDUCATlOJSr Stratton 111111ffreeMlnltTIIAMt FIELD SON TRANSFER LINEA- BAETFORD JtueEXTERNAL IRRITATION WITHOUT INTERNAL nsafcnmlpcsitanentturcforEczcmsandalIdcepeated 4rnm CASTORIA rnsc j they wilt cheerfully give any information or advice wanted We make no charge for this Address SwIft Spsctrie Co Attach C- iA BATH CABINET 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ImdT white Innlde FLAT like n rm ll In I Inc here No Man Woman or Child in the World Whom TurkishIand Vapor Cabinet Baths Will Not Benefit liartioeltuieSknowing IlarticutarWrit IIKAITIIIroventi ilrlpm pureliIiutMakeHyoiikleepHonnd HlmiilywniituHthnRiirfiKvol elngglniine- uSE OVAItAMTKr- HDMJITH laIripuKcuiriuigia KttiryCroutilee Children The the- Signature Thirty SOMCITIiD 12 pruvontrustinfrEIGHT Easilytarried In which theliend fare ant neck Ic irtven 1I818m vapor treatment as the body Make rlenr tklci fureveutmtliuiutrehulithesInvnltiiilili for il1e In the bend AntlinjaCutorrh riot HronrhltM We furnlnh n trfett nlrohol clotS rompltti with regulator nml vniipurt with each Cabinet greatIinhirovsiiittstuliitinI u tunflieot tire we that our riiililcnMon thnt- WK zrczp IT ox so IIAYM TIIIAL reIlIhJtllllluluirefiilrT tie timid not afford to havvaCnbl net out which was not lint IK reprenrnted and imllnfiKtory IIIDEII TODAY The urlra It woe OIlIIltlntllldlllllt bIe IItvfir tucllcnted bath unit Voriou Ktenmer f100 ritra In roar of Iltood Iol onHjpbllUor rout Stan Abolutrty frrtfwlth every nblott lilttIn I entlti the holder to free med ical ndvlre from the National Meillrnl Inntltnte Toledo n They haven nntlonnl reputation for the cure ol them dlwomn AGHNTS AND SALESMEN WASTED MEN AND WOMEN DIG WAGES 83000 to it5000 wookly to open offices or parlors to appointments r travel A wonderful soller Most liberal terms and commissions Bo your own boss Any bnorgetio man r woman can make from 11 5 to 10 clear InltoThe Standard Bath Cabinet Company TOXESiDO OHIO