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tiijlnea itrn lil lu klm lndrpeaileut TrlephoiM Id urfe 0CESMITHATTORNEY AT LAW iiAitrrnitii KY WIll rnrtkrtiUirulwiliin In all the arl1llhlo aid RdflblIuC1ublkIID0Irt of PlNItll Hiwrtal attention alum to nil liunlw sfttrwil tn als rarr limn la Co Attjr offlra In runrthiinrw JOHN T BON- EATTORNEYAT LAW- CETLltIfli V KY Will iriutkr hi imtmilu In nil tho ronrts tit Halo nail nilJolnl an uiilir Mniirtvrt f AifMNili lrial atlrutliiu air i In toll huH F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAItTMIItt KY Will pratthv tho marts ot Ohio ninety BIN 1 Vinrt ot ArIMJo ln Mit ttrntlun frirm tit kit bUIlD eatnuud to bis ntrp Offirp In llrrnM binding A C TAYLOR ATTORNEY AT LAW IlAinrouD KY Kpxrlal altretlm aHrra In nil biulitiM ratrnnt a tujitsrnr Iflk In nmrlhuQM J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTPOIID KY ndJoiniuigaws entrusted to hu raro SlJ BODY- ATTOJiYEY AT LA Wr- oRIIMVIIIK KKKTIHHY Will irartln his pmtnulnn In nil thr courts ot Ohio and uidjolntnguouitlrui aniHourtnf 11Hpetlal attention 1heg t rollretlons JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAUTFOIIII KY- HpMlal nttmtlnn Klrrn to oil linilnms entrant ato bus nira OlnW In courteous SHELBY TAYLOR ATTOJWJW AT LAW HARTFORD KY- Will pradkv hlo proliiwlon In nil the courts ol Ohio anil nilolnlnn counties nntlfourtof Apimtln Hpfrlsl attention glreo to all amlgninents In bankriptcy C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hla profession In nil the courts of Ohio aad Adjoining Pprclnl intention nlll be fInn to nil bnnlmwi entrusted to bis care Collections a specialty JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW t HARTFORD KY Rperlal Attention given to collections making abstracts dr Hlso Notaiy Public fur Oulo coun ty Oltlcs north slilo pnlille square HARVEY W PRUDEN ATTORNEY AIIAWA- RTIORn KY Will prattle his prufisulon In Ohio nnd adjoin lag counties Office In HiiTUUCA building E F NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his prolnnloh In all the enact of Kentucky attention gIven to collections settlement of decedents estates road ctises nnd criminal practice Ofllco upstairs llrlflln block JB R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW liARTFORD KY Will practice hi pmfnwlon In all the courts ol Ohio and adjolstna conntlna and the Court of Ap peel Prompt attention Riven to nil builnmit entrusted to him Ofllce lu llElliiurA building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will his profession In the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Also Notary Public Southern Railway Through Eight fleet Southern Htrv- UaKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR Gltf IA North OARQLINAGEOR GIAanti MISSISSIPPI 4UllM Three Dally Trains Between Joula yule and ailarton Obnervatlon Chair are Trains and nrrU Joulsyt1le from Kenotb- Htroe1Jlllnn Uenot ci hedtngltin trajns ot4he a IUlpe1t otral ned In 4 Bt U K 11 For Information addrew A WupoI A T A21e4tb Aye KonlsTllle- Wu II TJITLOK Assistant It V A louUrUlj t I iCuLriramo Manager liviiwS iATiiKUea Puica Agent n S S S M 5 S S t 4 Sa hw fl fl S a 4 L = THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I IVOLrCRITICAL PERIODS- In Womans Life Are Made Danger uuu ous by Pelvlo Catarrh Ur Matnlldo IUclaW- rMrs Mathilda Wchter Donlphta Nebsyi I aufTarnd from catarrh for many years but since I have been taking le runs I feel atrong and well I would wivlse kit people to try Iorun Ae I uicd Ioruna and Munalln while I waj pualng through the change of lire I am positively convinced your beneficial remedies have relieved mo from all my llli Poruna ha raised more women from bed of tlckncai and set them to work again than any other remedy Pelvic catarrh Ii tho bane of womankind Pe runs U tho bane of catarrh In all form and itagei Mr Col Hamilton Colum busOaytI recommend Peruna to womnst believing It to be especially beneficial to them Bend for a free book written by Dr lIeaut11Addre IN THE PHILIPPINES Playing of tho Star Spangled Banner by a Band Com posod of Natives Dean Worcester one ol the best au thorities on the Philippine islands told a story recently at a dinner party in Washington to show the feeling which the Pilipinosentertained for the late Gen Lawton says Youths Com panion A town had been taken and as us ual in Lawtons command there was no burning or looting and the head man ol the town was greatly affected by the diflerence between the AmerI- can occupation some years before when everything bed been destroyed end the inhabitants massacred I was sitting one evening with Gen Lawton In hli little house said Mr Worcester when a native band cattle to serenade the officer I called the leader in and said that be oueht to know the Star Spangled Banner and whistled it over for him a few times Inside of an hour the band was back again and playing the American air in good form A native priest asked Gen Lawton and myself to at folloWIIngduring the solemn music the traIns of Americas native air We were af tcrwaid told by the priest that he should always in memory of Gen Lawton include the patriotic air in his sacred music at the church Good old Grauny Metcalf of Ken tucky 89 years old says that Dr Hells PineTar Honey is the best Grip cure Cough Lung and Bronchial remedy that bas been offered to the people during her life Sold every whue m Have you noticed the advertising columns of the newspapers lately Advertising means prosperity Sioux City Ia Journal eASTOUT A Bur thehe Kind Yog Hats Atop Bulit sIlar 1lp WIIln iD In It 0 Congressional natont W C ladnnjr anti W J IVbix IteprmcntAttTe II Hmlth- llpprmentntlrn Ohio county U I Jurnngln Oliio Count Circuit Court W T Owen Jndfrot J K flow Attorney Owenubnro T II Illuck Jnller H A Anderson Clerk llowaq holbrook Master Com mlsslonrri a II IJkens Truiitve Jury fund H T merens hherllf HartlorH Deputr HheriffD- M W H InolrrtunrtlllDwnfOlnUlondaln March anti AUllOlt third Monday In May and NoYemlwrtwo weeks P Miller Judge MH nag 1erffoIiIIleiivrln Attorney Ilartlord ftourt ronrenM flrst Monday In each month MondayInCourt ol Claims Conren Scat Monday In Jan uary Tnmdiiy alter second Monday In October Diner Olflcrn N I ve IThreve- II l lloyjil Asnnwor PotilsTllle Fun llogers School Huiirrlntrndent Hartford I W Hunt Coroner sulphur Hprlng- sTMntleoo Covirte II II Taylor Crorawill M rtli a June 2 Sep tsmbvr I imtmber I 11KK W A llimeUentertown February JS May IS August 27 Koreinber B 1MM T A Krnns Fordsrllls March 1 June T Sep timber B December e 1000 tltptbrOUi H Fltihugh landpMareh 30 June M Sep ttmbor iS Constnblm T W llarrett Olntoni W J Stewart Manila J II Dennis Irrntls Jerome Allen Jingo 1 1 Nelson UHford TiallirloMo Cnrrrlcoo M K Church Mouth Scrvlcra third Sunday In each month ntlla m oud 7 p in and fourth Sunday et 11 m lrnyerpwetlng every tcdnce day evening ltr J C rstrte rastor ChunhServlcea held second Sunday In each month nt II a m and 7 p m 1rnyer molug every Thursday evening Her JW Valland Inxhani Vaster School Trnstoes 11 artford Jas IMlller J H Glenn W II W IIManiy Woodbnrj Tlnsley D K Thomas Town Tniitow IIIT Collins J U Mattlngly Shelby Taylor KW Ford A II White hartford Cociait Oecleitiea A O U W meets soconij and fourth Wednes day nights KnUhU ol JJgolty metaseu nd and fourth Hal Knight ot Honor IneeU Brsfand thin Hatnr daynlRbts hartford rpNIt IIS F 4 A fssoni an Monday night In month Hough Hirer LodgeNo110 Knight of 1ythli meets every Tuesday nlglit Irtlton Morton t osi NoJ U A 8 hold reK mitarninetinga ttur1ay IorIIUlUo Iin each month All members of the respective lodges are luvltt to attend nil meetings DEATH LURKS IN THE MILK Infants by tho Scoro aro Mur dorod Evory Yoar Through Uso of Preservatives Recent reports on the use ol preset vativcs in foods tell of a ease oi an in ant whose chlei food was milk says the Nsw YOlk Farmer The infant was sick and the physicians niter investigating everything else concectei with it turned to its food At once they discovered that the milk fed to the unfortunate child was preserved milk that is to say milk in which an unscrupulous dealer had put boracic acid to keep it sweet The adult erant made the milk unlermentable orcour and it also made it absolutely indigestible The milk could not sour Neither could it be digested by the unfortunate infant This Is a typical case of the danger ous effects of preservatives in food That infant was being murdered by degrees The man who placed the preservative in the milk was committing murderand committing it for the basest ol all motives the motive of gain How should the public regard a dealer who would thus endeng cr the lives of his patrons children Could any punishment be too severe for a crime of that kind It is to be feared that a thorough investigation in the towns and cities would show that very many deaths of infants are directly due to the use of adulterated or preserved milk doctored cream and other monstrosities Boat for tho Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowels are put right CAS CARRTS help nature cute you with out a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just to cents to start getting your health back CASCARBTS Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up In metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Deware of imitations In going to Oregon to talk Bryan Is preparing for his usual ill luck lie remarked just before his defeat in 1891 that he lost nearly all the States In which he made speeches in that year while he carried all which he kept away horn Thts is a particularly bad time for him to appear in Oregon That State has an election in June and his present speeches stand s chance to add a little to the Republican majority which was likely to be rolled up in any event A tevers right at the outset in his canvass it not the sort of thing which a wise can didate would invite Lewisburg Pa News Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatba way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to day to stand at the head ol his pro ftfslon in this line lila exclusiv method of treatment for Vetlcocel and Stricture without the aid of knif or cautery cures In 90 per cent ol nl cases In the treatment of Loss o Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kidney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Di Hathaways practice is more tha double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by otbe physicians readily yield to his treatment Write him to day fully abou your case lie makes no charge fOI consultation or advice either at his office or by mall Address J Newtc Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn t S S And still the great popular uprlsln against McKlnleylsm the octopuses imperialism expansionism the bet of war and so forth fall to material Ize Rhodt Island dances to prett much the same oldtuneDostol Herald Yes and the Herald might as wet get intp line and stay there Sto flopping Springfield lass Union An Epidemic of Whoopln Cough Last winter during an epidemic o whooping cough my children contract coughIngspellsIains very ly for croup and naturally turned t it at that time aud found it relieve the cough and end efiected a complet cureJobu E Clifford Pro prIeto Norwood House Norwood N V This remedy is tor sale by Z Wayt GrlffluBro m 5 The shrewdness with which ou British kinsmen have pursued the maritime Protective policy is equate only by our own blindness and sti pldityin neglecting for forty yea to take the first step to strength our own overseas commerce and met chant carrying Boston Journal I consider it not only a pleasure bt a duty I owe to my te about the wonderful cure efiected I my cue by the timely use of Chit berlalna Colic Cholera and Diarrho Remedy I was taken very bad WIth flux and procured a bottle of th remedy A few doses of it effected permanent cure I take pleasure I recommending it to others sutTerlt from that dreadful dlseaseJ V Lynch Dorr W Va This remedy sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m BreTrKldaeys I- Dvffnbb5psruPtflauruul kidney Ills Bat pJ free 1uL1Dg iLd7 rl NOT GOOD FOR COWS Tho Foodlng of Musty Hay In jures tho Milk Flavor and Is tho Causo of Poor Butter Do not feed musty hay to dairy cows nor in fact any kind of fodder that is musty Some believe that this mustiness will not pass through into the milk and it may be so but we are suspicious ol the truth of the assertion It is a fact that there is a dif ference In the flavor of butter made in June grass and the butter made in the winter when the cows are fed on dry bay If this difference in feed makes any difference fn fltvor why may it not make a good deal of difference the Seed be particularly bad Moldy feed is abad thing to have around in any case and should be thrown out Using it as cow bedding is likely to make the matter worse for the whole stable will be scented with it and in the morning when the milk is drawn it will certainly be tainted and this taint will grow as the cream ripens It is not advisable to use this for bed ding and depend on airing the barn enough In the morning to get the smellout This would be seldom done at all and where done It would generally be done in a very imperfect manner The presence of spoiled feed is very often the case ol poor butter Farmers Review Cutting around the eyes should be avoided unless you are willing to make yourself subject for experi menting in surgery This is unnecessary Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve will cure sore eyes and granulated lids when all others have failed It strengthens weak eyes m t I f t I I f i ri i i i i i i i ttii l i BE POST I I Band J Dunn 1a the Choir by 180 and come and baskets flowers lunch I gray head r Another jrrar storm And year round t nearer last ground r 1 I I I f I UP 1 California Man Wires Mes sage one Pair of Stairs r While In tho East I That New a big city which I the stranger seldom learns very well was quite a well known days ago lie comes here twice a f year and has long since find his about sys a New York the San Franciscof He was about the business and j that he to 1 friend ate No 195- e r into the nearest wrote out his it with e the coin passed the wicket the receiver The receiver smiled r What is the matter r the Why this Is No 195 said the receiver and your man is s up just one was period that lasted about second and when the gpt his nerve back said know that It go 11 I guess can across this room this counter J want and have the money The receiver may have been bluffed as receivers go they are hard impress r v the clamor for with Porto Rico it should be that the United has nc- V absolute Flee with any he CANNONS WEDDING RING JBoy In Tuscola 111 Digs the CIrclet Lost for 3O Years of a Dust Heap loutwedding ring which Congress man JG gave his bride 1862 was found by small boy who was dnst heap Tus cola III The ring a plain gold band tad been lost for 30 years It was thrown out of the ground by rome workmen who were digging a ditch the rear of the First national bank this inscription G to January 6 1862 W A Wal lace of the bank bought Jtlie ring from the boy for one dollar ami will send it to Mr Cannon I Walkers Tonic aids nature the relief and cure of ail diseases arising from disorders the Brain Heart and Nerves It is Brain food Heart Tonic and Nerve nourishment m Something like one hundred new houses are to be erected in Phocalx ville this year another sup pose that the Advance Ageut of Pros really represented the Soup- 1I0useorganlzationPbltadelpbla quirer In packing your valise for trip do not fail to put a bottle Dr Bells Anti Pain A change of climate diet or often deranges the stomach or bowels which is relieved by this wonderful Painkiller m FreeTraders are aiming to cut down all Protection on certain goods for the almost sole object of our mar kets with foreign goods that wage earners may be thrown out work and wages cut downCentral Falls RI Journal II II 44 H414lt444 S 0 p jf 0 rni ii t ii H a111- I Decoration Day Services Alexander Qhool Jioase OHIO COUNTY KBSTUCKT WILL OBSERVED BY PRESTON MORTON NO G A R O- NWEDNESDAYMAY301900 gO PROGRAMMR Ua m Gathering infrontiSchoolIIouso 080 a tnMusio by Centertown 10 a mPrayor by Chaplain Followed bysing ing by Choir 1030 a m Welcome Address KevW T mMarcli to Graveyard Decoration of Graves Song by Prayer Chaplain 12mRoeess for Lunch pmSong by Choir Prnyer by Rov Dunn 2 pmOrations by different speakers 3 PmReports of Committees on Decoration 330 p mMusic Song by Followed by Song byalllIollle Sweet Home Dismissal Everybody is invited to bring of and and spend pleasant day Committee Post No 4 A R QQQ Another year has added hair To ot boy but they rams nnnwarvw has SMI ol boys tall mom ol our number answer nje to cull rJAnolh has completed Its an tonight to PJWw 44i 111111111 HL 4414flLISI4IIS StlrtU ii Ht1 fiiflU t ttHtttf TELEGRAPHED A FLIGHT a up York is forcibly expressed upon certain CalifornIan a lew learned to way correspondent ol Chronicle charging dUttict suddenly remembered wanted to telegraph a whose offices at Broadway The Californian dashed telegraph1office dispatch itthrough demanded CalifornIan d Broadway flight of stairs a There a confused a Californian Itcalmly I Let anyway I tejcgrapt n or if We everjyaa n but tc 2 IsWithill FreeTrad remembered Kingdom Trade of f JThe Cannon to in a digging in a in n It bears J Mary president a sign we perity In a in of instantly flooding ot II It I Choir a G tall the the full the tall the tamping U to he to in of colonies all of which have different Tariff laws to suit their dlOerent exl gencles ThEir products are no more admitted free into United Kingdom than they are into the United States With Canada there are special trading concessions supposed to be mutually beneficial but in reality rather mort in favor ot England than of the Do minion Saratoga Springs N Y Saratoglan Subscribe for TUB RBPUBLICAN pouBands Have Kidney Trouble- S and Dont Know it now TO Find out Fill a bottle or common glass with you water and let It stand twentyfour hours I A UkCUItICIII u GI lung Indicates al- unhealthy condl lien of the kid neys If It stain your linen It 1 evidence of kidney trouble to frequent desire ii pass It or pain ii tha bk Is ala convincing proof that the kidneys and bla d der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge s often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills ever wish In curing rheumatism pain In th back kidneys liver bladder and every pat of the urinary passage It corrects InabllH to holdwater and scalding pain In paula It or bad effects following use of llquoi wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasai necessity of being compelled to go ofte during the day and to get up many time during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is too realized It stands the highest for its woi derful cures of the most distressing cue If you need a medicine you should haveth I besU Sold druggists In 50s andl size You may have a bottle of th t dlICOVeryGiiand address Dr Kilmer U nom of Bwsnpn I Co Binghamton NY When writing met- r lion reading this generou3 offer In this papa- S r GOOD ROADS PROBLEM It May Find Its Solution In a- MannerSurprlslng and Cer tainly Unlookod For The good roads problem a subject of interest to almost every man wo man and child in the whole country seems to be about to find a solution in a manner that is certainly surpris- Ing and unlooked for And as is us ually the case with sach discoveries it was accidental It bas been found that if a road be graded up and put In good shape to shed water and then have a liberal application of oil made to it that it will soon pack solid and remain so not becoming either muddy- In wet weather or dusty in dry As the kind oi oil that Is used crude pe trolenm costs only four dollars per barrel it is estimated that a mile of road 25 feet in width can be treated for less than 300 Compared with macadamizing or any other wellknowi method heretofore in vogue this cost is a mere bagatelle and If the oil makes and keeps the road as good as is claimed and lasts as long as it la said to do this will certainly prove the most inexpensive way to Improve roads But this is not all Everyone knows that a good dry dustless road of earth is far the best in every respect- to drive on It is pleasant for the driver better for the vehicle and Infi- nItely bttter for the team As the oil treatment has not been extensIvely triedit is not definitely known whether it will do well on all kinds of dirt roads but it costs so little to test the matter that the road supervisors In every county ought to make an experiment on different kinds oi earths to find out the facts If all is true that is claimed this is the greatest discovery ever made in roadmaking and makes good roads possible every where The application of the oil is merely a vigorous sprinkling and It is therefore easy to make a trial Cleveland Cycling Gazette A FotwwKR OP MBASL1tsIa many instances a persistant cough follows an attack oi measles In speaking of this Mr Walter B Beet editor of the Elkin N C Times says Three weeks ago I had an attack of measles which left me with a bad cough I took several doses of Chain berlalna Cough Remedy and tbecougb has entirely disappeared I conslde Chamberlains medicines the beat on the market For sale by Z Wayne- Griffin Bro m OOQOO To Bo Clvon Away Form as many English words as you can using only the letters con tamed in the text WARD DRUG COMPANY for examples on rag candy woman etc Use no letter In a word more times than it appears in- Ward Drug Company Dont use plurals or names of persons or places Two Hundred Dollars in gold will be given to the person forming the larg est list of words fioo will be giver for the second largest list 75 lor th third largest list 50 for the buttE and 25 lor each of the 5th 6t and 7th largest lists and 500 will hi divided among the persons brigh enough to form 20 words or more wh do not win the leading cash prizes Complete list of prizes and full partlc ulars of thecontest will be sent prompt ly to all contestants This is a legit mate offer made by an honorable company and should not be classed wit catch penny affairs If you are an good at word making you are sure o a raward that will pay you many time over for your trouble Everyone has an equal opportunit distance makes no difference It I Intended to make every contestant permanent customer Write your nan and address plainly on your list an number words enclose twelve tw cent stamps or twenty five cents silvi for a package of Wards Priai Pill which is just the medicine every tam ily needs at this season of the yeai Askyourdrugglstsaboutthem Contest closes July isth 1900 In case c a tie for any prizes the money will b equally divided between such tied con testants Mall your list at earliest possib moment Some one Is going to ge s this prize money Fottuqe way no be knocking at your door Our ol o Ject is to make our name a househol o word in every home Satitfactlc positively guaranteed or money chee fully refunded for the asking Ad dress Ward Drug Co 30 and 32 Ei o 14th Street New York IDont Tobacco Spit anil Rwokt Tsar url imf tobacco cully oDd toretcr be tot tuetlc tullol lIfe nerve anti vigor lute Nol the wonderworker that makes weak to I strong All dmgelsts SOoorll Curteuan g teed Ilooltlet and sample free Addn Sterling Itemed Co Chicago or New Yoi It n A London dispatch says Briti bleachers and lace curtain manufa n turers are forming a trrist with is I 000000 capital England is a Fr Trade country arid yet Colone t Bryan says that the Protective Tar La policy qf the Republican party is ti Ii father of all the trusts Bryan tall to the people as though they had I minds ol their own and as thouj I they would believe anything he say r Dca MoInes Ia State Register r r 1 JF YOU WANT S FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable OVER A MILLION WORDS A Chicago Actress Who Has Memorized That Many In Studying Her Parts Many women ol the stage have had their health permanently ruined by overstudy In the past year a hall dozen of well known women have been sent to sanitariums because ol over studyMiss May Hosraer leading woman of the Hopkins Chicago stock com panywho has played more paiLs than any woman of her age In America hns never lost a week during the past five theatricalseasons and has played over 200 different parts Many ol these patts closely typewritten formed a manuscript of from 50 to 200 pages and In the theatrical manuscript there are an average of 90 words to the page In memorizing Fanchon II Miss Hosmer learned 18000 words In memorizing Camille she learned 7000 words and in the course of her five years connection with Hopkins stock company in Chicago she memorized more than 1400000 words In all this time Miss Hosmer has never been out of the cast from any cause I except the ordinary ills snch as fall to actors and actresses In the course of their season She has felt no evil re suits from this enormous tax on her brightIwas ten years ago Eczema ItchlngHumors Plm plos Cured by B B B until Free to Nnirrrrrn Does your skin Itch and Burn Dis tresslng Eruptions on the Skin so you feel ashamed to be seen in company Do scabs and Scales form on the skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skill Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Done Pains Swollen Joints Palling Hair All I Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcer To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become dear and the breath sweet B B B Is just the remedy you have been look Ing for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readers ate advised to try B B B For sale by druggists at z per large bottle six latge bottles full treatment 5 Be sure the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm Complete directions with each bottle So suf ferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write fir it Address BLOOI BALM CO I Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and Free Personal medI- cal advice given 2 p s Feminine Curiosity Mr Dolley wont you let me look at your watch a little while Certainly Miss Plypp Do you want to consult the time No replied the girl as she open ed at and examined Its case and works I was curious to see if water tarnish i ed gold or had any effect on the i watchs delicate mechanism I Vater What do you meant Well Mr Huker told me you wen i in the habit of soaking your watch t What is the object of such treatment I Dr olleyhIarlem Lice I Educate Your noweli With Ciucareta Candy c It OOOiaildrugglutaretundntoney Somo Seasonable Advice I V Wife Im going to consult the doc If tor and see if I shouldnt go away thi s summerHusbandDont do It my dear be V cause when I have paid him for hI- s advice there wont be anything left tc a buy a ticket with a Every day adds to the list of death tf attributed to heatt failure If tli fltruth were told the bulk of theS might be written down as dt r to sloiftach ailur For it Is In thm- failure of the stomach and other orga atof digestion and nutrition that weak lungs weak It nerves an other fomll of pltysldal detenloratio having their beginning man who stomach is sound can digest an- Is assimilate the food he eats and to lice o each organ of the hotly well nourish In itthe man who U least liable to collap flunder the sudden weakness of sou civital preservation of health which fo Ihlows use Dr Pierces Golde Discovery Is chiefly due to tll C fact that it perfectly and permanent cures diseases orgai of digestion and lIutrillonpurllies 11- 1ee blood the supply t I the body Weak people will Iffmedtcine a sure means strength w under doctors cart for quite a time Itwr I R Kidd of Pannleysville Wayi tyeThey had almost glrtn me up ai lesCo we great My pulse w- iweak breath bot1id 1 severe ao l back balod legs Had palpitation of heath and eleven months I waa to do dayi work I purchaaed five bottles of Dr R s Plerees Golden Discovery and by ti time the fifth bottle was gone I was a welt man Dr Pierces PUcU regulate tlc Uc WHO PAYS THE TAX Customs and Internal Imports Fall Lightly Upon the Poor The Bryanites say that the present lediral taxation throws its burdens entirely upon the poor and practically exempts the rich This is one of the minor misrepresentations of existing conditions which every intelligent man knows to be false It is only intended ol course to influence those who are too ignorant to know or mentally too sluggish to think With the exception of the import duties upon su gar and tea which in the individual cnbcnmonnt to a sum too insignificant to be considered seriously the federal system of luxation does not touch the poor man atoll It is entirely optional with whether he contributes a cent to the support of the Federal Government With the exceptions noted not a dollars wotth ol imported articles upon which Tat iff duties are levied is used by the poor man or the men of moderate means in this country Custom house collections affect him not at all As far as internal revenue taxation is concerned nil the poor man is call ed upon to pay indirectly is that upon beer spirits and tobacco Substantial increases in the taxes upon beer and tobacco were imposed by the present priceichanged Whatever is paid by the consumer ol either beer spirits or to bacco is practically a voluntary tax for it can hardly be pretended that any necesI enIuse No objects could be more ligitimately burdened with heavy taxation than these and it is insulting to the poor men of the country to intimate that they are clamoring lora reduction of taxation on sucharticles The stamp taxes affect the really poor not at all When a man is carry ing a bank account or Is engaging in real estate transactions or in buying or selling stocks and bonds he is according to Demo Populistic logic a member of the capitalistic class The average wage earner is not in the habit of using the telegraph lines very often neither does he do much ship ping of freight The stamp taxes rest almost entirely upon the commercial community and the heaviest revenue derived from them is on transactions in which the size of the tax increases with the magnitude of the transaction involved The great corporations of the country have contributed more to the general Government under the stamp taxation ten times over than all the wage earners collectively Yet the earnings of the wage earners in the aggregate are far greater than the earnings of the corporations The whole statement that the fed eral taxes are framed in the interests ot the rich and against the poor is di rectly contradicted by the factsSe attic Post Intelligencer I Bryans platform Is being generally sat upo but the great majority of the American people will refuse to stand upon ItTroy Times The Porto Rico Tariff bill bas been signed and that is the last the people would bear of it if the Democratic patty was not so appallingly short of I campaign ammunition Seattle Post Intelligencer Admiral Dewey may not know what I platform he stands on but General Prosperity is in no doubtful mood on the subject lie is planted squarely and firmly on the Republican platform f Moreover be is going to stay there I New York Mall and Express The total sum invested with the Franklin syndicate was something over 1000000 of which Brooklyn furnished 277445 And Bryan would have us believe that the coun try isnt prosperous when people can throw money away like thatl Chica go Post A The Democratieparty rejoices exuberantly at the strikes and labor dis turbances springing up in various IS parts ot the country It is quite are e lief to the calamity party to discover I little rays of trouble in the general e gloom of prosperity Providence R 1 News ahopsnIe are II the Gentlemen of the Gloomy Aspect r Mr Bryan and his followers could find an asylum in the sleepy old Mexican Ie city of Acambaro where it is against I the law to blow a whistle even from a n railroad train Benton Ill Repnb IIcany is The Republicans have captured the Bryan kopjes in Nebraska the boy Is orators own State and are lining up In gteat shape for the big tussle next e fall They were successful yesterday in tuany municipal contests and car sled Lincoln Bryans home city by the largest majority in years Is Neo i braska becoming also the enemys r countryTroy N Y Times I I Hartford RepublicanI FON and LON ROGERS Editors S loefeon Susixxea Ci3ro CS Itiutd frlilaai tu tlii HattfiKl Put Con opoara nterei at Hartford postofticc as secondclass mail mallei FRIDAY MAY IS We havejutt had a lot oj mtciteiptt made mott excellent in uttign You tKoiild by all means have one J Uieti arid etpecially ifyou ore behind irili Thl Republican PUatt note tie tagon your paper and if your tubtcription it dtte call at The lltpublican lDire and tt amine our blank receipts and ilitn If course you will cay one away uith you nitli our grealjul tJianbi BRYAN has been nominated by the Populist party for President Is Le not a Populist TIlE public is at a loss just now to know whether Mr Bryan is a Popu list Democrat or just any old thing to get to be President THE street car employees in St Louis have been out on a strike for the past week and destruction of life anti property was only averted by the action of the Governor of Missouri Heacted promptly and the impend ingtdanger pasted away The strike has not yet been adjusted but will be all probability in the near future SHOULD the Supreme Court decide the election of last November to be unconstitutional what would become of LittleBoyBlueBeckham and War den Lillard of the State prison Pre tender Beckbam is using lavishly the pardoning power and is liberating men from the prison whose hands are stained with innocent blood and who have been placed in prison for life When Bradley goes back to the Gov- ernOrs chair what will become of Beckham his ites and ism SENATOR W A CLARK of Monta na who was expelled from the U S Senate recently handed in his resig nation to the acting Governor of Montana and was immediately pointed Senator It has not been learned whether Mr Clark will take his case to Washington as Quay did or not As he is a very wealthy gentleman he may contest fur vhat little fun there is in itand to have his name go down in history as a famous politician defeated in all his political aspirations Mr Quay would advise that a precedent has been established in the United States Senate which can not be broken and it is useless for an appointed Senator to present his credentials to that body IT hurts him awfully bed but then he is responsible himself for all his ca lamity It is very amusing to the public to see how desirous the editor of the Herald is to have it known that he does the editorial work for that journal It is true that the Heralds scribe has offered to bet us publicly that he did the editorial work but we declined the wager from the simple fact that wo do not make our living that way Wager dares threats and private correspondence can net in duce us to publicly commit ourselves on this question The editor of the Herald knows just how much work the astwncd editor hag done nnd he is in better position to give this information to the public than anyone else It would be a very easy task to get an affidavit from the aetumcd editor stat ing that he had done no part of the work for the Herald If there be danger in delay give the public that oflidavit which you have had prepared so long and thus clear youiself of the accusation The Decision Deferred The Supreme Court convened Mon day witha disappointment for the whole country It was earnestly hoped that the court would reach a decision and render ita opinion in the contest suit for the governorship of Kentucky last Monday but it did not and now we will patiently await next Monday the 21st when the de dijon is sure to be rendered It is indeed a great strain on honest Ken tuckians to wait BO long los what they settled on the seventh of last Novem ber But through Goebelism this has all come whether or not it will pass away by the Supreme Court can only be told by the decision of that court If the election law is declared unconstitutional anti the election void Kentucky will have reasons for rejoicing and should this be the re suit of this long struggle it will be many years before Kentucky will have another reign of Goebelism for there will not be enough of the Goe belcrat party left to make a decent shadow Is it too good for us to hope for de liverance at the hands of the Su preme Court from further entangle r ments and dangers of Goebclism We sincerely trust jt is not Does the delay indicate that the court will take up the case and right the wrongs of an outraged and helpless people It certainly doss Nothing could be more indicative of hope in this knotty problem than the fact that the case was not decided lat Alotday The court has found that it has a grave ijuettiou confronting it that I the decision will be farreaching In its remits either for good or evil If Ilhe outraged member of this Federal is UI t protected by this court nothing but evil will come of itand on i he other hand if it is protected nothing but good will come of it It is a case in which there is to bo a precedent established either honoring andexhaulting political fraud force and persecution or forever consign ing them to a grave of dishonor where it so justly belongs The courts in Kentucky have admitted that there have been grave wrongs committed yet they claim that they are powerless to right the wrong Even the Court of Apfeals the highest court in the State declar ed that it had no right to review the acts of Jihe legislature in the contest cases yet the same court can declare any law the legislature may enact null anti void How strange and how singular the decisions of courts of course everyone will abide by the decision of the highest court in the land but should that decision be contrary to the will of the people they will submit knowing that they have been wrongfully treated and their constitutional rights not respect ed Mr Taylor was elected Governor of Kentucky last November by the people the vote standing 193714 to 191331 and no power on earth or in heaven can change this vote II is recorded as a historical event anti it will remain so fureve- rReapportionmentofihe County Within the past few years three Election precincts have been estab lished and two of them may be ques tioned as to their legality Ceralvo was formed off of two magisterial die tricts Cromwell and Rosine The voters in this precinct as it stands at present could not take part in an election forjustice of the peace like wise the people in the Narrows pre cinct would be in our opinion de rived of the privilege of assisting in choosing justice of the peace Sec tion 1081 of the Statutes which gov erns this case is as follows IlltrxiiAllY 110 limMKIi ThelontlwT 114 trll hoUI rtIIIlI411i Shut the IUhIirYt- beriof bollllllt rniM the Ixmnilnry llni f nn 1tllIlIlIIIt We see from this section that in forming ajustice district an election precinct cannot be divided then is it logical to conclude that a precinct can he fotmed oil of two magisterial districts and be legal We doubt it se riously These precincts are evident ly illegal and will have to be abolish ed or else the county will have to be reapportioned This can be done according to Section 1082 every four years It might be well to redistrict the county but we are not prepared to advise on this question However under the circumstances we think the county will have to be redistricted before the election in 1901 or else Ceralvo and Narrows will be deprived of a justice of the peace The Sec tion governing the reapportionment of the cuunty is as follows lltiAITOIITIONMCNT TII nF M AtiECO TKKA county hilly ljer ii urtlonmi iit tutu Ju tlmTillntrlrt ut any ttrniititi ii urt Ir tlivMinu wily four venr utter n previous Apportionment lint Hhlcli iipporloniupiit Iili flit Iw lumle with In plxty tidy pirvloiin to nn rUvtlonnfnjtiMtln 111I1IIIlIrolllIIIIIIIIIIIIr be appoints to innU tho rMipportlonmeiitunlmi Iiiwite ut tieS propoKfHlnpplliiitloii fur the apportionment In Klrii l y written or printed notice poi tei ut tin tourt Iioiis dour nnd lolbr more public pliiee III entti Jiixtleen dUtrltt of tlw Loulity lit liiint twenty dnjm liefnri the term Jut court ul which the npplleittlon Ir the iuiuinUKlonerii tu IM Hindi nnd on the trial ot thtfexeeptloii1 to tin roniinlMMoneriT report If It idwll npjieiir that n renppnrtlonnient Ii not nece nry till court 111111 rtlHwMhiMippI1 iit kin iiiiii iiliiitii tIlrlIolllIt the l04t o- fWhose the iiipiIahit J Candidate is Bryan At the Sioux Falls convention last week Mr William Jennings Bryan was nominated by the fusion wing ot the Populist party for President of the United States Four years ago the Democratic party met in conveu than at Chicago and nominated Mr Bryan for President anti the Populist party met in convention at St Louie shortly afterwards and endorsed Mr Bryan on the Populist platform dif fering widely in many respects from the Chicago platform anti it was agreed everywhere that Mr Bryan was the Democratic nominee though he was endorsed by a half dozen other parties The platforms adopted by the conventions of these parties were radically different yet Mr Bryan declared them to be just what the people needed and therefore accepted every platform and nomination ten dered him as a hungry candidate for President would do and thus obtained for himself the title political her maphrodite To day Mr Bryan is a candidate for President on the Populist platform nominated by that patty in regular convention tomorcow he may be en dorsed by the Democratic convention and he may not but nevertheless he must make the race for President Should he be so unfortunate as to carry oil the nomination from the Kantas City c invention he will then hold the nomination for President from two political parties The ques lion naturally arises is Mr Bryan a Democrat or is he a Populist Is the hen that lays the egg the mother of the chicken or the hen that batches ii Is Bryan a populist or a Demo crat Col Bryan may baa Democrat but at a casual glance we would ecu sider him a born Populist with but one opinion of his own It is possible for Mr Bryan to ride to the Nations Capitol on the Populistic antI Democratic and Socialistic and Free Silver Republican nominations but not at isldent of the United States Taxation Without Representation When a thorough study of the manner iu which Kentucky was laid oil in senatorial anI representative districts in 1892 there is no mystery left as to why the State has remained under Democratic control The Democratic party is a boastful organization it is an organization of opposi tion it is an organization believing in the majority ruling It has been the boast of this party since its foun dation that it was a friend of the great poor classes and that if entrusted with official power would legislate for the masses against the classes It is not necessary for us to say that that party never kept any of its promises the public knows that it has not kept a single one In its undisturbed reign of more than thirty years in Keu tucky it never so much as passed a bill to compel corporations to pay the working man his wages at the end of a months labors much less a two weeks pay bill and yet this same po litical party has the audacity to tell the poor man that it is his friend The Democratic party has held the power of government only by fraudulent means In gerrymandering the State in 1892 this same party violat ed the constitution and established representative and senatorial districts without regard to population as the constitution expressly provides Section 33 of the Constitution says Not more than two counties shall be joined together to frm a rcpresenta tive district But by the gerryman dering process of 92 Clay Jackson and Owsley were put in the seventy first Breatbitt Lee and Magnum it the ninety second Knott Floyd and Letcher in the ninetyseventh and Belle Harlan Leslie and Perry ii the ninetythird representative districts for what reason was the Consti tution violated because these coun ties were inhabited by mountaineer who have afliliated with tbe Republican party Two counties and nt more shall form a representative district and yet here are four counties iucluded in one ContinuingSectioc 33 of the Constitution provides ThE General Assembly shall divide tin State into thirtyeight Senatorial districts and one hundred Representa tive districts as nearly equal in popu lation as may be without dividing a county The following table will show how the Constitution was viol latd Noll C- It ioi 4lb Cii1dellCrltten lrn nn1 Vebtr41t1 Mh Diivlnw nail McLean li11- 4tb XflMin Shelby IIoIIIOlIIJiUlh- 11I1tl WmdiltiKton nnd TIIvlorNOII Slut Henry Oldhnm Trimble nnd Unroll 373 Sid Vooilford Scott mid Jaiilne40flSftl liiilltilln Duane and IItn3UIIall- lIrntkII IVndlrtun nnd mint4IiL4t- hriyette SSW- ISth MrhulH llnrrliiun lIoIIIIrt01l3131I 31th Mil irolllnllrwUhlUMurmiii Wolf nail liwsicy It 4lI n These Senatorial districts are onl entitled to eight Senators while they have eleven These were formed tt grind out Democratic Senators whicl they do and not a single one has th required population 48911 Th following table shows seventeen Dem ociatic Representative districts Hep nut Ior- Mh nllowny eiiillityIlG 17th MrliHiu county M Slut Slnipnun county IOM- noth Mnlde rounty PI Slid Lnltne runntjr H42- 4JI WndiliiKtoii ioUhity1361- r1iIlldliiini und Trimble ullll134Bid Oirmll nnd fluiiliil Iii III1t113rlth Henry 111111111ItituIroi oIinty1Ot41nitI- itiiidrjrI iiIiityitoaIljs- aiiiine ilUfltI12 I KMh lloyle county IUI 7th Onrrnrd easlity1I 13 thiIrniit cuunty AIrthi1iie county 1 kSth llrnckeu county 1 1 210211 This population entitles these coun ties to eleven representatives and the have seventeen Etch district should have 18586 population The county of McLean from whence came one G W Hickman Chairman of the contest committee line only 9857 whereas the constitution provides that there shall be 18536 population It is singular but from every ono ol these counties comes a Democrat claiming to be a factor in the General Assembly but in reality isa factor 01 nothing The following districts are Republican and range in popula tion fiom 50JOS to 99244 Top 7lh OhlnMnhlenliilrKiind llull rcoiljitlmn1s l IllhlIlIrIIIIoIIIIIIIIIullllt110II16Ih1IullIlI IIIIIllIu1Itnllro IIS lUlilaurvl IubiVI Whltley Knui Hell Jiicknon und Uorkcnutlecounlle WiSU ali1rry Utihrr tinS llnrlnn Floyd Ilke Knott lei lle Martin John lion elitht itiinlblliiIii tountici315433- 1liowila llnlhfind Fleming rouutleHMI uJ Wth JrfferNon antMloebel 27lh JetfernoiT Republican SMh Jfffrrton autlilurbel 11003 rl18 Itwill be observed that in the thirteenth Heuaforial district it only takes 31321 population to elect a Democratic Senator while the Con stitution plainly requires 48911 and I in the seventeenth Senatorial district I it requires 09244 people to elect a Republican Senator and in the thir ty third district it takes 85 100 tc diet a Republican while in the twcti tythird it only lakes 34 83 to elect R Democrat nail yet tho Constitutmi provides for 4891 1 Why should il take three votes in the 17th district to equal one in the 13th district ArE the voters of one countyor section te have greater privileges than those ot another Is not a mountaineers vote as good or a little better than a sa loonista vote of the Blue Grass region JWhy the difference In tin light of reason we fail to see why it should take only 9807 people iu Me Lean 948 in Meade anti 9422 in LaRuo to elect three Democratic Representatives and 31735 in B yd and Lawrence 3133 in Whitley and Knox and 34045 in Christian to elect three Republican Representa lives All this misrepresentation hu been committed by the Democratic party anti no other party ever bad om word in it This is truly Democracys way of surviving Verily this is not a government for band of the people but a government for by anti of tin threat type of politicians Will justice ever reign in Kentucky Our Next Court Circuit Court will convene Monday anti continue two weeks There is n great work for the court anti we shall hope that there may be somethin done during the term that WillmakE it memorable in the hearts of the citizens of the county There is a great work for the grand jury too and ii is possible for its members to do mud and lasting good with the proper tllort The grand jury usually finds mud work andcertainly there is abun dance of it now awaiting its atten tion We hope that the grand jury and petit jury will be composed men who are not afraid to enforce thl mandates of the law When the jurJ- decides that a man is guilty he shoul be delt with not in a lenient manner but so that he will not commit the of lesII trials which should he speedily dis I pensed with It the jury should as i will fine a man for any oflense thl court should give him ample opportunity I to pay itand in failure to do so he should be made to work on th I public highways of the county and ii this way let him pay his fine Th farmers arc indeed tired of payin men to commit crimes they shouli themselves have to pay for bavin I committed any misdemeanor Tb taxpayers of the county demand thi of the curt which convenes nex week Will it grant it If it dou antIthe law or abolish it and give u more reality and less mockery Deiilurxt Otmiol brfllreil lbri way to inca denfnenn nail that In by conctltutloi nl reniHlleH IieHfiienn U cnum1 by nn Intiain1 iutnrhiiII rumbling nouiiil or liuperfert hetirlntrnnd when In entirely clowd ilenfmvn Ii the rennlt nnd mile 11II ileMroyed forever nine CIIWH nut uf ten urn mane I by cntiirrh which U nothing but nn Indnmed coi Ultlon of the mnrou nurtaiw- Wv will irlrp line Hundred Hollar fnrnnycm of Heafnt cmine l by catnrrlii that vita not ii cured by Hall Cntnrrh run Send for rtrmlnr fri F J rilKSUV t 1X1 Tulfdo t sill iiy IIruirgIt Vi r llnllii Kuinlly 11i14 nr the lwt Painters Attention I The undersigned III on the 19l J of May 1900 receive sealed bids Ic J the painting of all the iron bridges II Ohio county seven in number Ic catcd as follows One at hartford one at Hines Mill or Dundee one a Barretts lerryone on Caney creek 01 I T the LeithCeld road one on Lewis o creek near Rockport one on Barnett creek on the Livermore road All ol scales to be scraped or burnt off ani two new coats of paint applied Con tractor to give bond for the faithfi performance of his work tilde re celved and opened at the office of th County Judge Hartford Ky B P JRVYKS I G S FiTiiuoii I Cons I I P MIUKR J I COOPER SCHOOLHOUSEK Mr A D Taylar of Beaver Dam visited his sister Mrs Umerso Rogers Sunday Mrs Wilson who has been sick has about recovered Mrs Emerson Rigeri is on thesic list Mrs Sue Kabh and daughter Mrs Dixie GlUtrap accompinied bJ Mrs Florence Taylor of Cromwell were the guests of Mrs K K Rogers Wednesday Misses Nannie and Gertie Steven spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Susie Taylor Mr R I Barnard ol Sandertur Glossing visited the family f Mr A C Stevens last Sunday A number from this connnunlt went to High View Sunday alter noonMrs Magdaese Rogers of hartf- ord who lies been vititlag htr son in this neighborhood is now visiting her daughter Mrs J hn Blankets shipBeavrr Dam Misses Nelia Ihrmrd and Lillie Stevens spent SiurJay night at Mrs Harriet SttvenlS B P CJASIJIOrtAurs the Tin Kind You Han AlwarsBKiliI 5r 11 1 I War to the Death PESTS OF THE POUL I TRY YARD MUST GO Aliierlciin I In lr lriijrr Kills Jlnrr MIIlIrnii IlInr Vfrnilu Inn llnj ill I her ii IcI Ii toinlilncilIiJIIIII The war is on The slays If lice nnrt vermin that hnveione so much to snake the life ot the poultryman miserable and lila Luoinesaunptcfitable are oven II American Lice Deslroer is the ammunition to us I This preparation is wonderful in its power and vermin cannot exist twenty four hours niter it- is applied to the coop or fowls Everv poultryman needs it It is cheap re liable and iflXctive one package being i sufficient to protect 250 fowls from mites and lice for one year Wlienthis- Destroyer is usid profits at once in killIi You know it Dont go on losing tuna ey every week but try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other things without success but if this fails you cau have your money back We are in this fight to ttay and will back Destroyer against any number of mites awayimakeshifts Use scientific means The American Lice Desttuyer has been used by thousands of poultrymen it Has been on the market several alltimesget your money back What more can you ask If your diugpist dont sell American Lice Destroyer hes behind the age In that case send for a 1 oo box at once Made only by American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind RIOTS BROKE OUT AGAIN Two Men Were Shot in St Louis Yesterday- l l Tho Suburban Line Once Moro I In Full OporatlonOthorR- outos Undor Guard I St Louis May 15 The dieting uishing I ature in the street car strikt r to day was a riot which broke out on I the opening ot the Grand avenue line I or the St Louis Transit system dur ing the progress of which two seen I were shot At nightfall the Transit company and its 3600 striking em ployes were no nearer an adjustment ol their diflerences than thty were at 8the same time yesterday The oQi S dale of the railroad company mem bers of the employes grievances com t mittee and the president of the police t board were in session for five hour today in an endeavor to reconcile the differences existing between the COin a pany and its employes S On adjournment all the parties tak t ing part in the conference would not p tnlk for publication simply stating i that no agreement hail been arrived at I nnd that they would meet again to morrow hfterncon in nn tflurt to ac complish something8 ThSuburhan company pursuant to t ih agteernenl effected ytsUrday with its striking employes ran on fu1 schtt I ule day and night This is the first time since the strike was inaugurated 8on the road that a night schedule was maintained Pive lines were opened during the day by the Transit company all shut ting down at dark Very Irregular schedules were maintained on these lines The opening of the Grand ave nue line of the Transit system was at tended by a riot at 4 oclock at Easton avenue in which two persons were wounded bf bullets said to have been fired by B R Campbell conductor I on one ol the cars A crowd gathered at the corner made up largely of street railway strikers on the aston avenue line and their sympathizers The tracts of both the Grand avenue and- S the Easton avenue lines in the vicinity r had been obstructed by piles oj rocks boards water spouts etc The Grand avenue cars moving north reached the polufa 415 p ru headed by a sprinkling car with s I half dozen cars behind it each man ned by a crew of six policemen ThE s trouble began in the block just south d of Easton avenue when a shower ci I stones fell on the cars and the officer and crews drew their revolvers The first two cars passed over the Easton avenue crossing and then the obstructions e on the tract were encountered The uiortorman waited for the police men to got down and remove thi etc nea and rubbish form the tr c I a the officers began this work a Mrs p Hogan who lives in the neighbor hcod hurried out to the track and called the officers curs and oho I names for attempting to help move the cars saying that their duty was at pilicjiuj aaJ nit to perfirm such work I A shot was fired In the air by a p lieman as the cars started Shouts ol scab cause from the crowd at the p cause time and more shots were fired from the prdcesslon of the cats It- I was claimed in the crowd that 50 tr 75 shots were fired almost simultane i oujly but only two persons were wounded They were John Platley North Vandeventer avenueand Jtseph S Trendall Both were wounded in the hip Flatleys wound is iltft most serious The bullet entered the spine r which was shattered causing paraly sis in the left leg The bullet passed around to the left groin TrendillE wound was only a flesh wound S Platley who is a raortoman or the Haston avenue division of theSt louis Transit company is a striker Trendall is nineteen years of nge and was not Invoved In the strike He was mere Iy an cr looker Persevere and prosper II you take Hoods Sarsaparilla faithfully Inn scrofula salt rheum bolls eruptions dyspepsia it will cure you I TRAGEDY AT DYERSBURG L D McAllister Kills HIS Wifo I and- Dycisbuig Suicides Tcnn M y 14 About 5 ocli ck this evening in this citron L McAllister ol iltloite in thus county shot his wile three times and killed lies instantly lie then turned upon his wifes brother mid tteinpttil to Jcill him but the brother escaped from the zoom and get away up the stteet and McAlllser followed him to the gate of the residence ot thuj liter where all where stopping and failing to get to kill the brother turned the pistol upon himself placed it at tile throat antI fired killing hinted ins stantlyAbout two years ago McAllister charged his wife wjth improper con duct with a Mr Love who lived near him in this county nail claimed to have caught Love in his house at night with his wife Shortly after making this charge he shot Love at Helolse with a ilouble arrel shotgun and killed him He was tried for murder but promptly acquitted For the past few months trouble has again arisen between McAllister and wife and he has made ether charges ot unfaithfulness against her About two or three weeks ago lie left her and sold off all his personal property leaving her at home with thrte little children On yesterdoy tic came to town anti began drinking heavily He also took step toward fillug a di Aorce bill against his wile Today his ifife cameinto town with her sick boy for the purpose of hat- Ing him attended by ont of the city physicians The county j liter being a friend ot the family she stopped there and had the physician called to see her son at Unit place McAllistei learned ol her arrival in town and went around to see his child lit tried to provoke a quarrel with Mt wife and her brother but they would make no aosver to lila mil aid abu sivetalk After the doctor kid Uf the building McAllister wilkel out 01 the back porchotthse county j tit and iskcd his wile if she was ready to con less her wrong doings and shi answered that she would confess noth lag and he then saM Then I will kill you ant fret three Slot In quick succession as she st in the chAir killing her instantly She nevel spoke cfer being thot McAllbte then turned back into the room whtr the tick child lay in order to kill hi wifes brolherbut the brother escaped Then McAllister shot himself at th front gate ot the county j ill anti diet before be could be gotten into the hue Che child that was brought out bJ his mother to be treated woe lying or the bed within a few feet ol his mth er when the was shot and also it plain view of his father when he tohOI himself lie is overcome with gtie and excitement Mr McAllitter was a highly respect cd man antI his ttoubles have giver him the full sympathy of the peojili of the county for the past two years lie was the owner of the terries ply ing between Heloise and Cottonwood Point niid also the steam ferry between Hootha Point and Cuutheri yUle Betvren eight htlndre anti a thoisaml dollars were found on hi peron alter his death 0 Sheriff Stevens anJ Judge Millet arrived Wedncsd morning form Ho Springs Arkansas where they ha been in Attendance at the Souther Biptist Convention They report I plea ant and enjojabte visit to tin great Wehtern lesort t You know all about it Thek rush the l worry the- exhaustioni You go about r with a great weight resting upon you You cant throw off this feeling You are a slave to your work Sleep falls and you are Ion verge of nervous exhaustion doneTake Iij AYQISSaT3aPaTiIla For fifty years It has I been up the dis hcouraged giving rest to the overworked and bringing refreshing sleep to depressedNo approaches it In age and In cures Ayers is the leader of them all I It was old before other sarsaparillas were born 100 a bottle All dniiliti Ayers Pills aid the ac of Ayers Sarsapa 1rilla They Udfcil cure bilious I I lure used Ayeri medicine for moro than 40 Jean and baTe said from the vnr nud the bet medicines tn the world I 1m sure Our Sarsapurlila used nay sgoIwithout medicine J KJanI DoctorIf alnrIn it medlnl cna dlorfurl I DllJ C Lyzit LowU falt J S R T COLLINS Consider whnt wo say and the prices we give below then investigate the remarka ble values they represent One fact is especially entitled to your consideration and that is the utter absence of unworthy goods We offer nothing that we cannot conscientiously recommend as the very best in the grade it represel1tsI One line of figured Iawn 30 per yd a Scotch Lawn 4C per yd I ii Scotch Lawn fancy 50 I Ii Pretty figured Pique 8cI i Pancy Stripe Pique toe I i Figured Pique tajic I l Plain white Pique better grade 150 A very fine assortment of India Linens trotn sc to ajc per yard We are receiving every week new consignments in ourShoc department This is one ot our strongest lines anti we defy competition We still have a few more of the i Counterpanes which have had quite a tun with us in the last few das Ask to see them Also a great variety of other Counterpanes in white nnd fin cy colors at 6ic 750 i f125 flSOi 1 75 200 ft 25 2 50 fz 75 53 00- fJ So Table Oil Cloth isc Table Linens iu turkey reds from 150 to 40C per yard In blue designs from 250 to 4C per yard In white and red plaids tt 250 and 5c per yard In white Table Iinens B great va ilely at all prices not only sell goods the lowest prices with every ten dollars spent with us we give choice an elegant Picture or sixfoot StepLadder If have any Wool for we want it will pay the highest market price a Bring it to R COLUS1Iafod9 l I OEWEYDAY AT KNOXVillE The Admiral Given Croat Wol como at Farraputs BirthplaceI Tho Wolcomo of tho Horo of I Manila at Knoxvlllo Imposing wasI With the scream ol steam whistles I and ths boom of the admirals salute from University ol Tenucssee hill Dewey Diy in Knoxville qpened r At the Womans building where t the welcoming exercises were carried lout Admiral Dewey reviewed the I parade which required nearly an hour I The parade consisted of two batalllons 2 of militia one batalllon of cadets vet erans of the union confederates and i SpanishAmerican army fraternal and labor organizations professional men I and city officials The admiral was delighted with the novelties ot the parade consisting of the Brotherhood Old Time Fiddlers who fiddled as they passed review andooung Rough Riders Following the parade Mayor S G Helskell presented by n Lockett delivered a welcome address to Atlral I ral Dewey alluding therein to this place as the birthplace of Admiral Farragut and speaking words of praise of the first as well as the third admiral Admiral Dewey reoO I sponed briefly saying that he had never received K more cordial welcomeI than he had received at the hands of I the Knoxville people After hinddreiithousands of peo pIe crowded to shake hands with him and at the ended an hour he was call to luncheon away front the clam oring throng saying as he sat down to eat Ladies I am glad you had this life saving station ready tbeIby city officials to some of the school I huldlngaIspent by the admiral and his wife in rest At night a banquet and recep ion was tendered in which several hundred people paittclpated Edward T Sandford delivered the address of the evening Agents on salary of 15 onper week and expenses the greatest agent sels er ever produced every Rtnclc and poultry raiser butalton sight Hustlers wanted Ref rerce Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute IndI 29 tf On account of ot Bloomer Girls DIsc B 11 Club Central City Ky May 19 b 19x1 the Illinois Cen tral Railroad will sell round tick eta from bearer DauMoCentr ICity at the rateof 75 cents Tickets will be sold only on 19 limited to May aotb 1930 for return In order that See our beautiful assortment of Per cals for Shht WaUts The piices we quote you are 6j 7ic8c ICC latfc and isc per yard A large line for IOU to select from rWe have received another shipment of those Good value f7 50 Suits These are special bar gains Ask to see them Also a complete line ol mens and boys Clothing all styles from f3 up We carry the largest upto date line ol Pants shown by any house In Ohio county A look at this line will con vince you Now is time time for Summer Un dcrlvenr Ladies Vests a complete line finm sc to 350 each In gents Underwear we claim to Lethe lenders We call your specialat tentlon to out 25c line of mens Shuts and Drawers They cannot be equaled in v 1ue by any house We bought very early in this special line and are prepared to give you some extra fine bargains A very strong line at r Sic and 751 each hilt leceived n beautiful line of dress Swipses ranging in III ices horn 2JC to soc per yard We are Micwing a beautiful lint of Marseilles at isc to 410 per yatd We you at hut you of a you sale and us of W eloquent ed exhibition trip May just Po these people may return to their homes time night of the 1911 a coach will be rhauled from Central City to Leltchfield on train 182 leaving Central City at 7 p in You is tuly S II VANMRTKR Agt Porters Antiseptic Healing Oil Relieves all pain instantly For cuts burns boils bruises itch eczema catarrh ore throat erysipelas corns chapped hands or lips piles anti nil ulcers or sores ot skin or mucous mew inane It is n sure amid permanent cure Wilt cure sore or ifluued eyes in 48 hours Sitlslirtiou guaranteed or money refunded Horsemen will fine this oil will cureI scratches cracked heel halter burns old sores and collar galls No cure no pay For sale by J II Williams Hartford Ky 41 SIEEISUitl II SLUt5 IXU hughTiil trytThe examinations for the year 1900- 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 of each of the months bove mentioned State examinations will be held third Friday and Saturday in AugustSaved i My Life IIW I fli1tt Mr P W Hebebrand Pres Ohio Pipe Covering Co Cleveland Ohio says I am satisfied Dr Miles NervIme saved my life I was a nervous mybusinessme and I decided to try Dr Miles Nervine It gave me prompt relief cureIgained several pounds In flesh DrMIIsN twine i guaranjeettitHook on heart and nerves sent free Or Mllti Medical Company Elkhirt Ind i 1 r O jArcI Popular Store Never beforer have we hud such an array of ROT J WEATHER WEARABLES r Wash Goods Pretty Iawns at 3C Newest Plaid Scotch LaensSc- Pretty Dimities 8c pink anti blue Organ iSolid figured Organdies toe J 4 Marseilles 150 MusiIndia Linens 5c to 250 French Organdies white pink and blue 250 White Pique toe to 250 Notions Lidles Sleeveless Vet 5- CI I Imported Lisle Vest 38 Taped neck Vest 8c of Pulley 25Ci50 to 2c quality roc spring shades I 100 r IIadlell Linen dollars the latest loc- Summer Corsets long short end medium waist Soc Good seatuless black Hose toe I Pure ilislc dropped stitch Hour 35 or three piira 1 no CblldrenfI Childrens seamless black or I tan Ho+ e ere tJ I B ANUI MKAIt FEKTI LIHEHS HLUEJ and PLOWS II AllVEST ING FOIl 1 L CASE U r PHICES The BEST RIGS GIVE THEM A CALL Trliiihnm No 26 FRIDAY MAY 18 Mr H C Shaver Beda to see uj Mr R P Leach Horton made us a call Monday J S Colerain Beaver flaw was in town Mr J M Rosine among callers Messrs C C ant J IL Dennis ol Frentls were in Monday + Mr H King Paradise called at TUB office Monday trW RRhoads Beaver Dam vis in Sunday I a TUB has in the Bryant Stratton College for sale Messrs J T and A C Tabor were in Sunday J E j Rowe his been the week in town with f ISOS CURE FOR N Nest l ni et I f Fans and Pretty Fans lug line ol signs 5c- Extra quality of Fans loc Pine Fanst15c Good quality of linen Fans z5c Fine Mull Fans soc White silk Parasol Jtioo White silk Parasol ruffled edge f1 75 Fine white silk Parasols Con go handle lace edges f2 00 Vine fancy plaid silk Parasols Il oo and 2 50 fWhite blue and red silk Par asols milled chiflon tops 300 Black silk Iuasols LS0 fr So Plain black silk Parasols f to f2 Parasols 350 to and Our line of at scare beauties Ingrain Carpets 250 to sic nice new patterns Dig line of Lace Cuttalns soc to 5250 per pair Curtain Poles 2 250 Window shades loc to Soc Bring us your Wool Eggs Hams Feathers Ginsengc We par 3sou goodsrr Ohio county Ill PIaAOE IS f TKeown MartinHARTFORD Liverymen IMnler- lnCELhllltAiED IUJGGIES 1JIUDSELL WAGONS IHOUNT IEE1UN MACHINES 4 AGENTS TIIIIESIIING MACHINES 1FAIREST DEALINGS LOWEST EVERYTHING FIHSTCLASS Hartford Republican called Monday pleasant Dr Tuesday Hollowoy was our Monday town RBPODLICAS isedfrlends Hartford RBODUDAV a scholarship Sanderfnr Fordsvjlle prospecting Commonwealths Attorney spending relative = OretntlmeCONSUMPTION Parasolsi Imported Japanese imported toI I 50- Childrens t Carpets Curtains Mattings 1o- crzycand t lor IMrs Magdalene Rogers is quite I sick Mr Jas B Her Beda called to see us Wednesday Mrs Harrison Austlnof near Beaver I Dam is visiting Mr Lucy Hubbard Judge Peter louder of Render I made us a pleasant call Wednesday Mr S A Dratcher Matanzas was a very pleasant caller at Tun REPUB LICAN office Wednesday Misses Onia Maddox and Artie Wilson made Tin REPUIILICAN office a pleasant call Wednesday Mrs W T Dunn of No Creek re turned yesterday from an extended visit to relatives in Mayfield Mrs Rowan Holbrook and Mrs G B Williams left yesterday for a short visit to relatives and friends in liar dlnsburg Mr Harvey Pruden who has been absent for sown time in Daviess coun tflsln Hartford again taking the examination Misses Ora and Beulah Barnett near town have returned home from a weeks visit to frlt nds and relatives in Daviess county Prof A P Taylor and wile left Wednesday to visit his parents near WesterCeld They will be absent about ten days When you come to attend court call and pay your dues to TIm RK IunucAN If you will it will be greatly appreciated Mr AD Buskill who has been at tending the Business College at Bow ling Green has completed his course and is in Hartford visiting friends Sheriff Stevens and family Mr Shelby Taylor and family and Mr A C Taylor attended the family reunion at Mr H B Taylors near Beaver Dam yesterday I Mr Ben Thomas who moved to Texas about eight years ago is now visitine his runny Kentucky friends He will reintin here about thirty days alter which he will return to his lam ily in Texas Miss Nary Wedding left Wednesday for New York where she will pend the summer vi itinjr telatives She was IIcconJpni d as far as Louisville by her mother Mr Julia Wedding Mr J L Rowe wh t has been engaged for the past year all foreman of the printers department of tus Ray raiiDiCAN has accepted a position on the G zttte at Leich field and Mr J- A Anderson has surerseded him in frig RnvpiUCAN office Mr Rowe is an excellent printer and we wish him success In his work whenever be may chance to be o = i it I ft1fS JUo N ArAAND BUT s Sarca1arilaVIW I Gll I j of N y is e unlvcrsalson othecured t11nItIiIr IISarsaiIi III IIJ t EIDIeICINE od tlrifies and enriches t l bill as g 2 Mr Robert James Point Pleasant and Miss Annie Bennett Rockport were the guests of Mr and Mrs Von Rogers Monday Mrs Elizabeth Riley of Buford mother of Mr John C Riley is quite sick It is thought she has pnenmo riia She is about 72 years of age and should it prove to be pneumonia it will doubtless be fatal Rev W T Dunn made us a pleas ant call Wednesday subscribed for Tint REPUBLICAN and gave us a word ol cheer bl course encouragement from a minister with the standing of Rev Dunn is always appreciated by the editor Mr Ernest Woodward Mclle nry has been appointed by the Sup rln+ tendent as a member of the Board of Examiners Mr Woodward is oue of Ohio countys best and most progres sive teachers and a more congenial gentleman could not have been chosen On account of Annnal Reunion United Confederate Veterans Louis yule Ky May 3oth to June 3d 1900 the h C R R will sell tickets from Beaver Dam to Louisville and return at the rate ol f2 20 for round trip Tickets on sale May 18th to 3otb Limited for return June loth 1900 S B VANMETKR Agt Bryson Southard died last Saturday at hip residence near West Providence church of pneumonia and was burled at the cemetery at that place Sunday We are informed that he gave the family advice regarding the present crop and also for the next and set the hour for burial which was two oclock in the afternoon The following gentlemen J W Du- vall Hosle Shown Jacob Chancellor A B Wedding Daniel Hicks R P Leach Peter Lauder and S A Butch er have recently given Tiirs Rniun LICAN financial sympathy which was highly appreciated and we hope that others may give us this stimilat ing encouragement None other so good in time ol need Prof A P Taylor has been chosen a member of the Board of Examiners in Todd county Prof Taylor is a worthy young man and will make the Superindendent of Todd county a faithful colaborer in the schoolwork And thus we see another worthy young Ohio county man gaining prominence abroad Childrens Day services will be held at No Creek church the second Sun day in June The public is invited to attend Dinner will be served on the ground The services will be very interesting and a large crowd is ex petted to attend Those persons who can conviently are requested to take a full basket that no one may he disap pointed The Floating Studio is at Rockport and will remain until May the 21St Will be at Ceralvo May 22d and re main until June 4th Smallhouse June 5th and remain until June loth Kirtleys or Humphreys Landing June loth and remain until June I3th Point Pleasant June I3th and remain till June 18th H O SCHROBTBR Propr Mrs Jo B Rogers of Moweaqua Illinois who has been sick for the past six months is no better and the church which Rev Rogers has In charge has given him a three months leave that he may take his family to some health resort for the benefit of his wires health The members of the church bear the expenses of this faithful servant while be is out The peopled Moweaqua certainly appre elate our friend and former towns f manWe are very sorry to learn of the sickness in his family Mr H B Taylor of near Beaver Dam had a reunion of his children and grandchildren yesterday A fine dinner was prepared for the children such as may be found on an occasion like this in an ideal country home This is the first time the children have nil been at the old homestead for a number of years the day was one of much pleasure to Mr and Mrs Taylor and great enjoyment to the children The firaily had a photo graph made by Mr A D Taylor Jim Jackson col was arrested at Roslne Wednesday by Mr Wm Bryant marshal of Rosine for breaking all the brass fixtures off the engine it the stave factory in Norton and was lodged in jail Wednesday evening Wednesday mornini the thief dam aged the machinery at least 75 and il it has profited hint in anyway ft is not known He rniy hive n pirti ner somewhere and It is supprxed by some that he has who gathers up the broken machinery When arrested he only had thre little pieces ol his stolen goods on his person His trial is set fIr to morrow t- On the first page will be found the piogram for decor itlon day at Alexander School house This should be a great day for those who wore the blue and those who wore the gray and it should be properly celebrated Those who went to battle and wore the blue did it from a deep sense of j duty and their names should be honored nUll likewise those who went to I battle and wore the gray were prompt ed by a sense of duty and they too should be honored Those who espoused the cause of secession have I seen their error they have realized that they were in the wrong that it was best that the country should stand united These same men have proven themselves true Americans in the recent Spanish American war We are all justly proud of the great American republic with its unlimited resources There is no North and no South bnt one glorious Union and the mounds of earth beneath which rests the bones of the conqueror and the conquered should alike be hon oredQuitea little excitement was ocean ioned in McIIenry last Monday by the burning of the air shalt and ma chinery of the coal mines This shalt was located about one half mile from the entrance to the bank and when the fire broke out it was rumored that fire damp had exploded and a number of men had been caught in the mines This news circulated throughout the town and also among the men in the mines and in a few minutes quite a a crowd had congregated at theplace of confusion but when the men had all come out of the mines it was dis covered that not one was missing and hurt unless accident inno one by es taping from the mines When the excitement had subsided and all had become reconciled it was ascertained that but little damage had been done Messrs S A Anderson Fon Rogers and M L Heavrin Hartford and Mr W S Giiues Fordsvllle went to Ellzabethtowa Tuesday to attend the j 4th Congressional district convention WednesdayjAU conventlonlwhile county boys at the State convention are S L Stevens E E Rogers I Cromwell M S Ragland D M Hocker and W S Tinsley Hartford lIon R C Jarnagin Beaver Dam As there was no Important work be fore the convention save eluting delegates to the National Convention which meets at Philadelphia June 19 but few cared to go Had the Supreme Court declared the election lawuncon stltujlonal doubtless all the Repub licans in the county would have gone to Louisville to witness the nomina tion by acclamation of Governor Will lam S Taylor Quite a number of young people went out picnlciug last Saturday Very early in the morning a hay wag on was seen on the streets and in a short time a gay band of pleasure seekers had it in charge and when it crossed the bridge In theevenlnga ler the day had been spent at the Black Hocker Hills above town to the des light of all and had passed as other days with its fond memories and recollections the following young ladies and gentlemen weary and tired from the pleasures of their outing composed the returning party Misses Zella Nail Oma Mad dox Artie Wilson Mattie Pirtle Lieu Hoover Edna Griffin Lizzie Miller Ruth Shultz Lettie Marks Maggie MortonlDelle Williams R R Riley F EJohnson Walter Adcock Ronda Wade J Dee Stewart C E Smith Will Griffin A R Ross and Sam Turner Captain J G Keown and wife and Mr T H Black and wile The Rough River Telephone Com pany has extended its line to Prentls and this is another excitant line All the independent lines in the county are now the property of the Rough River company The directors of this enterprise did the proper thing in purchasingall the other independent lines in the county and now the new I company is prospecting another im portant move which we hope it may accomplish It would be a paying ins I Morganltownand then extend it to Bowling Green and then connect with another Inde pendent phone The company should build a line from Owensboro to Bow Imp Green with a raeialic circuit that would compete with any phone in the United Stales This is a home insti tution owned and controled by our owe follow citizens and they deserve the support ft every man in the coun ty Home institutions should first be cared for and then if circumstances will ndmit help may be extended to foreigners Notlco For B neat job of cleaning clothes call on Rev P S Majors on Union Street and Apple Alley The Republican Convention of the Fourth Congressional District met in KHziUtbtown May if A large and enthusiastic delegation represented II the several counties composting the district The lions J L Richard son ol halt county and un Mont gomery ol Hardin county were elected Chairman and Secretary re spectively The lIons M L Heavrin and George WLong were elected delegates to represent the district In the Republican National Convention whih meets at Philadelphia June 19 The Hon WN Foster of Greens burg was elected Committeeman to represent the district on the State Central Committee Edwards ol Hart county was elected to represent the district as elector on the McKinley ticket I The lion George W Bain the sil ver tongued orator of Kentucky will lectnre at the College Hall in Beaver Dam June i Subject Boys and Girls naughty and bright Admls I sion 2oc 3SC and Soc Mr Bain comes under the ausplcies of the class of 1900 He is n roost excellent and accomplished speaker in fact he has few equals on the platform It will be remembered that his lecture de livertd in Beaver Dam last year was- pronounced by all who heard it to be i one of the greatest treatsof a lifetime r IMr G W Miller Herbert called at REPUBLICAN office yesterday Mr Miller is in the examination tos day IMr J S Moore oi St Louis rep resenting the Ballard Snow Linea ment Co ot that city is in town and we hope he may enjoy that boasted hospitality of Hattfords citizens Administrators Notlco All persons having claims against the late C T and N J Barnard de ceased will present same to me at the residence of the late C T Barnard properly proven on or before June ist goo orbe forever debarred liLMrR BARNARD Administrator r MIOIU A MTlTilI IN TIME Kim nine Hughe Tonic newlmprorellastp- leasant taken In early CrirlnK and Full pre yenta Chili IVngne and Mnlnrlnl Frrer Acts ou the liver tones QJI the system Better than Quinine Onnrnnteed try It At Drnod t Me and tlOO bottle SSSCt If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial It will not cost you a cent if it does no good One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and requiredbyfrostbites quinsey pains in the side and chest glandular and other swell- Ings are quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price as and 50 cts mar way Marrlagos Mr James A Ballard Centertown to Miss Cora ECox Sulphur Springs Date of marrloge May 9 Mr George W Rhoads Adaburg to Miss LJella Foreman Ralph Date of marriage May 10 Mr Maiden Benton Centertown to Miss Ora Carson Centertown Date of marriage May 13 Samuel L Jamison Horse Branch to Miss Ollia Raley Horse Branch Date of marriage May 17 Joseph W Jones Prentls to Miss Plina Ferguson Prentis Date oi marriage May 17 Carry Sunsn with YouI A bright fresh sunny face is always inspiring and it always denotes good health as well as a happy heart Many faces that were once overcast with gloom have been made bright and sunny by Hoods Sarsaparilla which cures all dyspeptic symptoms strengthens the nerves and tones up and invigorates the whole system Constipation is cured by Hoods Pills the pon irritating cathartic Sold by all druggists Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary of 15 per weekI 4pd expenses for man with rig trOduce our Poultry Mixture and Ins sectj estroyer lu the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf Tho Republican Convontlon The Republican State convention which meets in Louisville tomorrow will be one of the most important gatherings of the kind ever held in Kentucky Certainly at no time has such a critical situation faced the Re publican party After a most desper ate struggle against a poweruland unscrupulous machine party won a victory for its State ticket This victory hart been nullified by the fraud of a partisan Democratic Legislature and the offices wonat the turned over to the men who weredefeated In the meantime a foul assassination has been committed and whether it was really a political or a personal motive that prompted it a shrewd band ofconspirators has been able to lay the crime at the door of the party in the public mind and to impli cate a number ol leading party then The Republican party may have to enter another State campaign this au tumn and Kit does it will have to fight for its life Only the best men be put on guard the platform Jcan be strong and sustaining The party must win this au- tumn and it must win under wise and conservative leadership or it will be throttled Ly the Democratic machine for years to come With an unfair and partfsan law in the hands of un scrupulous partisans it is necessary for the Republicans to win very decis ively in order to secure the fruits of the victory It is a critical period in the affairs of the Republican party in Kentucky and the present convention is therefore wonderfully important It must inspire the old line Republicans to action and it must encourage the new made Republicans to remain in the ranks It must be no machine made convention it must be a conven tion representative of the people and devoted to the best interests of the State Wednesdays Louisville Dispatch Shooting at Lafayette Rives Tramble a colored hand working in Ragsdales tobacco factory near Lafayette was shot and fatally wounded by Rex Chandler a white youth during a shooting affray on the streets of Lafayette Thursday evening says the Hopklnsville Inde dendent Tramble had refused to obey orders issued by Chandler TUes day and words passed between them The negro was discharged for which he b an to abuse Chandler whom he met ont the street at Lafayette At the same time he drew a revolver and opened fire on Chandler who was not hit and who drew his weapon and returned the fire shooting Tramble several times and inflicting wounds from which the negro Is reported to be dying Chandler borrowed a horse and rode to Hopkinsville and gave himself up lie gave bond for his appearance at his examining trial Chandler is a son of Rev Chandler who was on the Hartford Methodist circuit a fewyearsago From theabove notice which appeared in the Hop kinsville Independent Chandler acted in self defnse and will be acquitted when the case is given to an intelli gent jury COLLEGE NOTES Messrs W Pa ton Ion Barrett and Willie Parks visited relatives and friends at Clear Run Saturday and SundayMr G Purcell who has been visiting us the past week returned home Monday Messrs Ira Loyd and E A Ellis visited relatives and friends at Aetna ville Saturday and Sunday Mr Horace Pendleton was a pleas and caller at Ex Monday morning Misses Juliet Thomas and Fannie Sandbach were welcome visitors at Ex Thursday morning I Several of the studentsare going thethrough lion this week STUDBNT Republicans Will Win Frankfort Ky May n6Ex Gov ernor W O Bradley arrived here last night He is confident that the United States Supreme Court will decide in favor of the Republicans I prophesied from the first he said that this matter would have to go before the Supreme Court and that there we would win I believe as firm ly as Abraham did in the Lord that we will win there he continued From a question that justice White asked him Governor Bradley is inw dined to believe that he is with the Republican side of the question but he cannot say who will band down the decision Governor Bradley does not believe that the Republicans should be jubilant because of the de lay as it is not out of the ordinary with that court to spend some time before rendering a decision- I want to win this case he said first for the people of the State and because of these boys who have stayed here and guarded the State House without receiving any pay and I will be glad to see them sign their names moneytoHe expressed himself as positively certain ot the Republicans winning and spoke of the absorbing interest the Justices of the Supreme Court paid him while he was speaking I I I j fbro I a or a his it at out p tic And do in A to The Ahl Wb In Wh N For A SPACEr whisper Are you the edit The person thus addressed see recognition sign in the hand delinquent will in a sotto voice do yon want to pay your sub The editor will then give the grip of the inters at the same time having a grip ten spot If the tenner more pays the subscription then due will credit the amount on subscription in advance In is the delinquent to get any back This concludes the in this degree but now in standing may retire from the editor saying as be de old fellow il you dont get paper promptly please notify officeEx Consumption robbed of its terrors by fact that the best med authorities state that it a curable disease I and of the happy things it is that its victims ever lose hope know there are ill torts of nostrum advertised to cure Some nuke absurd We only say that if taken and the laws of health are observed SCOTTS EMULSION heal the inflammation of the and lungs and nourish and the body to that It can off the duease have thousands of tall where people claim they been permanently cured of malady druggistsSCOTT York Rough tor Telephone Company iBCOtrOIATID eln cneapaqa necessary should patronize home folks you can buy your own and build your own lines be in talking distance with whole county and business generally by only paying runt to the and Exchange Coor will be atthe whole expense OU say Call on A E Pate Ky for particulars with all Independent Companies AND are practicallyannihilated by the ocean cables and land telegraph systems which now belt the cit cumference of Old Ruth in so many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia tire next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowIf we read THE CHICAGO RECORD whose Special Cable Correspondents arc located in tvtfy important wily in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive service and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which are shaking the nations of wars and rumors orwarsof the threatening dissolution of old govern a ments and the establishment ofnewor the onward sweepof the race in all parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper THE CHICAGO RECORD FREE ut3UlSIncl1081Dor Europo on the revetM side will ho mulled to any ddrea tree or charge on r by two Ieent stamps to cover postage and wrapping Tho mansIllustralo clearly Low comprebeuilnljr the epocol cable Ciiicufio llcoouo covers the entire clvllUal world Ad stress Tnt CHICAGO IIECOUP 191 Madison street Chlcoso dcFe THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in3 Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves IS the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics are imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows that Crave it superior to allothers in everyresPect YouII areiot eXperimenting when you take Grovcs its superiority j and been established Groves is the U U l ofltt 1111 VMrt 61aI4 JVp Get f lip PpY Pike focr I Tim ICinil You Ilnvo Always Bought mm whIch lias liccu in use for over SO years Ims borne the KlKiialnro of has Lccu inatlo under his per cz9niitl supervision since Its Innmcy iio ono to deceive you in tills All Counterfeits Imitations mnluJustnsgoml are hut Experiments that trifle with anti endanger tho health of Infants mitt Chiltlreu Esperlcnco against Kxycrlment What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor OH Faro foplc Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Wornm and allays Fcvcrlshncss It cures Diarrh u and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nml Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctihO Signature of 4 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMr Cf NTAUft COMPANY Tf MUHMAV TUtCT NKW VOHH CITY T rItheold Ring In the new i Ring out the false Ring in the true i We bring to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney CoNatures most natural remedy Improved by S sdene to a Plcasant Permanent Positive 3 Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces y of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila bratei the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the InflamedrIs no Inclination to cough c SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS t Bottle Only 25o 60e and 100 Slsei iILWIII II BE SURE YOU GET our runt yoool prom Irilll for fire rOD Sa PemTarHonyI E a I We sell three highest machines each capable ot producingsat isfactory work through years of constant use and ct dfHer ing broadly from each other in construction not all ofourcus touiers care for the same else why should we sell three We shall be glad to explain the points of advantage pos sessed leach United Typewriter and Supplies Co 446 West Jefferson Street 1Louisville Ky Nffirofly DICTION Y Jjjjjy A Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc tInlcrmUonulfandniludother dictionary in tho world It should be In every household i J SeottlhOI0881try II affmlitnPublUixrt i UrS A I i t rr I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY IS Ifx Jtrm EL SW Time Cnril taking effect Hnmlfly April Mb imw ill noon North llonnil No lui dne44n m No IDS due SiM p m XII lit dne32i p m south llonnd No 11 due IIM n in So 101 dae1 m Loral Frelnhti North hound No 101 dneT50 a III south llonnd No 1OT due SKI 110 Train No 101 111101 fun llwennboro Dint nnd lmiUvllIf pannenmni only 5 II VASMtTEB Airelit COD KNOWS 11 MiKLtr ix x Y oiwrnvKB 0 rratlemi heart hj murmur The tun l hlnln itlll Though iloud wvni very near yon lllldlillllWH It In I flu will He ViiiiWH the wriry hemtiirhe- Tlio InimliiK nnd unni t Ciiiin tanto me lleuhl r MIH lean upon my breast UlHit iiuut run 111 inn Innit dr Might inily luring IIIInlll IIIIIIIIIIIIl1ll1ttUIII1 So trust fnlnt heart thy Milder lie doeth nil thing will lie loretb more thHii hetirt silo gniwm And more than toiiKneetin tell aHAT TRIMMED WITH FIRE A Baltimore Womans Bonnot Catches Fire and Is Consumed Upon Her Head A curious Occident which attracted a number ot people occurred shortly before midnight in front of the jewel ry store at the southwest corner of Baltimore and Charles streets says the Baltimore Herald- A handsomely dressed woman and her escort were looking at some jewel ry which was displayed in the window when the man struck a match and lit a cigarette In some way the match ignited the feathers ol his companions hat and In a moment the top of her head was ablaze But even this did not divest the attention of the couple they continued to gaze rapidly at the treasures behind the plateglass win dowSergt Thomas Kirby was standing in front oi the other window and happening to look inside saw a mass of glowing flames which he thought was in the interior oi the store But looking toward the other window he saw the cause He hastened to the lady touched her on the shoulder and informed her that her hat was on fire At the same instant he gather ed the quickly disappearing remains of the hat between his hands and snuCed out the flames In the meantime the man stood mutely by He did not seem to real ize the peril ot his companion The crowd which had gathered were mak- Ing things embarrassing for the cou pie They moved away We dont see some of our Democrat ic exchanges point to the fulfillment of some ol the predictions that they and Billy Bryan made during the campaign of 1896 Are we compelled to pay our taxes in gold coin Have we 25 cent wheat 15 cent corn 5 cent cotton Have we hard times predicted Have we injured our export trade by our Tariff laws Has every other form of money save gold disappeared Has the circulating medium decreas ed Is there a single prediction of Democratic origin that has come true If so name it The trouble is Democrats were never cut out for prophets and they are just as great failures when they attempt to run this gov ernmentBenton 111 Republican Prosperity has bad such a tilt that the farmers cant find hands This will be hard lines on the hobo Possibly this will throw light on theques thou why a hobo is always a Democrat New York Press t ITells S Anil Hoodstake a dose from PillsIl You will be surprised r they will do their f licailaclif and liver and make you feel happy again A jiii icnts Sold by all medicIne denier I1 LYONSJ I1ItI t 1 I IIISYBRdPI CONSTIPATION t II made from the choIcest extracts Oft and fruits conthins no preIscription lout all Impurities tf the blood and makes the complexion clear f j allYllaxatlve ron CAo= C= A It IlKXriinW A 4HI Illillilrp Ky IIU1LIIAJ1N llHHInril Us- It if3IrClII r A Hew BooK For Men lrrrISFP0Mhaveout tlio mormons Nil Newtonilathaways VigorlInaithi ftitHly tlio dV lIathawuihas number of these books and theseho ran specially arranged to send free by mall to all readers of tlilt paper who rend name uu u uuuu III For so years Ir lIalhln has confined Ills practice almost exclusively to diseases of men and during that tlnm hn restored more mm to health vigor usefulness antI happiness than combinedDrtyblniecifiolsoulrigInnil mDuer id ocUlar complaint Ulcers Sorv4 and Skin Diseases BrIght and all forms of Kidney Troubles Ills treatment for under toned men restores lost vltillty and makes the patient a strong well vigorous man llathaways success In the treatment of- Varleocele and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery Tho patient Is treat ed by this method at his own homo without lsIu lealtirelytileatlon IH Itathaway calls the particular allen then of sufferer from arlcocele and stricture to 27 SS 29 30 and 31 of Ms new book specIallytreatederal personal su crvlslonand all reiredlesused hy him from the oversightDrlion or advice either at his ofllce or mall and when a case Is taken tho one Iowfeo coSemnfl- cent of medicines and professional service lYwsble t one Interview but this Is not essential as ho has cured scores of thousands of patients In all sec lion of the world whom lie has never seen Ills System of Home Treatment Is so perfected that be can bring about a comas surely ai though patient called dally ul his once J NEWTON HATHAWAY Al D Ilrllatlinwur A Co 309CliurrliNirrvr Nantillle Teen MENTION THIS IJUKIIWHKV WltlTIMl SHELLS NOT EFFECTIVE Long Range Rifles Do Much More Damage Than Artillery Lyddite we are told was to carry all before it The concussion of the air caused by the bursting of a lyddite shell would kill 40 or 50 men I nev er believed this says a writer in Lon don Truth as if it had been true evi dently somebody ought to be hanged for not having more lyddite guns in South Africa So too in regard to the heaps of dead in the Boer trenches I am told that these trenches are held by men placed at so great a dig lance from each litber that no shell can kill more than two As soon as a man is killed another comes from some safe shelter and takes his place If this be so it will account lor the bay onet charge being generally success ful for the Boers caunot be said to be poltroonsand I never could make out why if they were ready to stand and be shot they fled at the sight of bay onetsLetters from officers say that neither our shells nor those of the Boers do so much mischief as was anticipated and that the best defense of an in trenched position is not cannon but rifles A Beer generally has about 150 cartridges If the necessity arises he can fire away the whole lot in a few minutes but he can always be trusted to remain sufficiently cool not to throw them away and to calmly wait until his opponents come within about 50 yards of the trench which is to be car ned If he perceives that it will be carried be falls back on a second trench and fires from there There is no fuss or bravado about him His idea is to bold an intrenched position with es little risk to his own skin as possible This may not be a very chivalrous mode of warfare but it Is a terribly practical one CASTOnXAIDean theThe Yoa Hate Always Bought Blgzitue JJcf Exposure to a sudden climatic change produces cold in the head and catarrh is apt to follow Provided with Elys Cream Balm you are armed against Nasal Catarrh Price 50 cents at Druggists or Ely Brothers 56 War ren Street New York will mail it The Balm cures without pain does not irritate or cause sneezing It spreads itself over an irritated and angry surface relieving immediately the painful inflamation cleanses anllI cures Cream Balm quickly cures the cold It is possible Cuba and Porto Rico because ol their contiguity may beI some day fitted for Statehood but wet do not want to take even these islands into the fold until we get better acquainted with them and they with us The Senate bill insures for the Porto Ricans the highest degree of freedom whilemaintaining over them the shad I owot American authority to insure good government according to our c own ideals It is all they should ask for It is all we are bound to give It is all we should give Grand Rapids Midi HeraldIOur Free Trade friends would have us believe that the wall of Protection erected between this country and Eu rope by the Republican party will keep foreign buyers away from our producers We notice however that a party of Belgians managed to jump f the wall recently and buy twelve rail way locomotives of a PhiladelphiAt manufacturer Trenton zetteII Colonel Bryan is said to have ad mitted in his recent rpeech at Salt Lake City that the money volume in the United States has Increased since i8g6faster than it could have Increased under free silver coinage with theC mints running night and day What more does lie want Minneapolis e Tribune a t To Cure Coniilpiitlon Furevrr iSaIf r Y i Pro porltS or Poritllonto liEU ureeroaIiv saw YORK flTT I tiltwi theyll nil iniil Intlnrulliil Tin not ripnteit tlivmlns men hull 1100 their view hotvFrrttwntliil To mending matter rollllrnl or ln ldentlal- When theyre In tatter lint theres no chain on thought IIrIbSi Iongn the IrMoirii true yon teach Ami you ilnnt stray beyond Chb-or ra5on i lion iil And you run prort thnt what jtiu preaih I duttrlne sound When our ftilr liiiid iVtl4 deviin luted lly pluicum thebnllotlKix crvaUil And men at lint were nntTufli With want and woe They cnrmltbe they had Inttnted I To lay them low Iienr wnn their leMon long they bore llunicrr and roM that phiibed them sure Midi in theyd never borne Murr 1ADII thouniindii sought bind to see their tore liedutvd to uaiiitht- Ionu like the xior ha bra In the wood They waited fur I hlrullllI1oo1I- fl a hurl III Oiuilnefl silent Cull The inlllmihiit down And everywhere they turned fur food They found u show Now that Rood times are herviiKaln Will they ullow them to remain Orjyet milled by euguirlea vain Their ballot cast To luring about the Ills that Main Their record lmnt WORK WHEN THEY PLEASE Mexican Pooplo Are tho Most Independent Laboring People on Earth Observers of industrial conditions in Mexico asseit that as far as they have noted there is no more Independent person In the world than the Mexican laborer Especially is this true ol the peon of tne tropics It would seem that he works for Amen cans who have big plantations to develop more as a metter oi nccommoda tlon than from necessity He de mands a snug sum in advance too on which to have a good time at the festas before he settles down to sever al months of drudgery No native Indian has to work for white men in the tropics in order to gain a livell hood His wants are few his ambition is limited to a desire for enough to eat a thatched hut and a little cot ton cloth The but he can make for himself There are fish in the river and game in the forest There is plenty ot unoccupied land upon which he can raise a few cereals to trade for the things he cannot produce himself There is no winter to provide against and though the rainy days come often in summer they only mean more restCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the STJ sSSignature of a J c U A Came of SeeSaw Money makes the mare go and money goes when the Democratic donkey is running Watch our per capita circulation dwindle away dur- Ing President Clevelands last term 1894 1895 1896 2428 2293 2110 Now watch it grow again while the Republican team cf thoroughbreds Protection and Prosperity are in the traces 1897 1898 1899 22 49 24 71 25 60 A pretty game of see saw Isnt it Down down down goes the money circulation under Democracy and up up up it goes during a Republican Administration Oregon Mo Sen tinel n- CASTOnXADUll er thlClJJOU HaWAlMTS BougttI 4 Nearly all ol the people In the city are again busy at word in spite of Mr Bryans picture of their distress Seattle PottIntelligencer A small straw Irom Malue All of the Maine cities that held elections I this week were carried by the Repub licans Harrisburg Pa Telegraph Notwithstanding theeztremely high price of broom corn the Republicans in Kansas expect to make a clean sweep this yearKansas City Mo Journal In less than six months the orators and editors and arguGers who have een chewing the rag and wearing their tongues out over this Porto Ri an Tai iff outrage will have butineis elsewhere whenever the subject is mentioned Bjston Times Thanks to the votes of Republican legislators and the signature of a Re publican President every dollar Mr 3ryau receives from his lecture tours and every dollar Coin Harvey secures from the sale of his books will be worth loocents Erie Pa Dispatch a e Under the Dingley act there Is a reer admission of non corupeting for Ign commodities more adequate Pio lection from competing goods and uch an adjustment of the customs that there Is a largely increased measure of Protection and of revenues Willlamsport Pa Bulletin The Democrats ot Ohio are crawling out from under the debris of the ent election and inn dazed sort reI way are trying to tell how it d Factional diOerences are their ex cnscbut the truth of the matter seems D be that a revival of genuine Re publicanlsm struck them Minneap olis Tribune SfROFULATDisease miiitit ofi- i 9 fltttlbTc Icd 14HitV uponthe causing ugly runulng ores the eyts at nnalllr1nn1 ecak there Is nn nluot CoIltilItIal discharge from the ears the limbs swell throughthegood the blOOtl1tIlOisoltcl1 The old scrofulous taint which has probably come down through several gciierntiutiii drop of blood healthycoiiditionother osotibiis minerals usually given in such cases do more liann thorn good they ruin the digestion IoereSlike Scrofula It goes down to the very roots of knownThelong resist S S stimulnteS and purifies the blood increases the Al VE TIlE CHILDREN beIyou your child has iphicritvulany blocxl taint dont wait for it to develop but begin at once the ute of S S S It Is a fine tonic end the Mood builder known as It no poisonous minerals 8 S S Is preeminently a remedy for children When my daughter was an Infant sluehid a scerecaseof Scrofult for which she wanunder thfro Ro sail0calmestdirect to thecau eof the trixible I lo lint latin It bn iiul formubbornnmof Mono illictm sssmalleScroCula which lire twyend the power of other soealled Wood remedies R I IIIDOKS itontlcello Ot of you are interested In Your letter will receive prompt and careful attention We make no charge whatever for this Address THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA OA A 12 BATH CABINET FOR ONLY 500 Our Standard Folding Turkish B th Cabinet Guaranteed to be the Best of all Cabinets at any Price or Your Money Cheerfully Refunded COULD NOT UK HKTTKIl MADE MOHK COVEN lENT MOIIE DfltAULE MOKE HANDSOME MOKE SATISFACTOUV IF VOl PAll Font TIMES THE P1HCE WE ASK VOlt IT Hoador Use when recoivoil No Trouble No Blither 27000 Physicians and 1 000000 Happy Ifors recommend our Cabinet in thin highest and strongest terms It A liin of the ll I G U is to drops antisep Altii arm aid nit the III 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