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Yost and KnottI SPEECHES PLATFORM Chairman Barrutt In speaking of the object ol the convention said Gentlemen of the ConventionYou- have o assembled today forthe purpose of selecting delegates from the State atlarge who will represent us In the Republican National Convention which metis in Philadelphia June 19 and whichwill name the next PresIpdent and Vice President ol the Statesfiyears ago you met this ballb metIwhich you do today Then everyy industry ol the country was is labor wits without empotnent andaalthough the lalmertolled just as hardaand the soil responded to his tfforty IeIas magic Labor was never more fullyc eraplojtd at good wages all classes o of farm pioducts command tbe highbest prices and I might quote a high Democratic authority which saidat the close ol another Republican ad ministration There is not a cloud ed upon our financial sky Others maya have compromised with but thank God tbe crofettoncountry upon n sound financial basisKMJ t iii i inconsentearth Beset at tbr trmostGcumberetlFpublican Administration has been able to fulfill to tbe eo aspieadmlnitra g with the American people and none has ever received a more unqualified approval at the polls than will that ofli President William McKinley Withca the record thus made tbe fluB of Kentucky would be only twot willing to go to the ballot box no matter what questions may be raisedd but so long as the ballot itself Imleperiled there can be no other quesd ion In the State of Ohio coming campaign the voters may discuss a antI determine at the ballot box whether a majority of them favor ex- pansIon In the State of Nebraska thla fall the voters may discuss andfi settle at the ballot box whether or not a majority favor the free and unlimitt ed coinage of silver without consent of any other nation In Kentucky all these questions have been left to three men to settle for us We must ask the consent of Messrs Fulton Poyntz and Yontz For the purpose of this campaign you might write your platform in onefsentence A demand for a free IDlIm rnJ1m r Dgiw lonnl frnatore W C Mnilnny und W JIOII IttprrMntntlvr II Hnilth llrinwntntlv Ohio ronntjr II I Jarnngln- O2nlo Ccvmty- tinnit eourtW T OHFII Jmlpp J K lluwe Attorney Owrnborn T II Illnck Jnllir S A AnIrwnfltk Itimnn holbrook MnMtrrom inUiilonpri II II Liken Jury Fundj H TMtVfiin Wifrllt llnrlford Deputy ItheriffI M Mucker T II Itruton J II Taylor W H Tln ley runrtronrviHiillrM Mumlnyln March nnd August nnil contlnnm thrra WIt aid third Monday In May and Noremljcr two writs County court J I MllliT Jndftni M H ItnK land Clerk i M I Ileavrln Attorney Ilurtlord 4dourt collarD List Monday in rnch inonth- Onnrtrrly Court Uentnn on nrrond Monday In vnrb month Court ot Irtliim Convene flnit Monday In Jnn 07alter eerond Monday In llctotier Other Officer N Mosley Surveyor Hlmvi O II lloynl AuMiwor Ford Tlll lingers Hchool Kaiwrlutcndent IliirtTurd I W limit Coroner Hulphor HprlnK- NTuatleoo Couxta II II Taylor Cromwell Martha Juno 5 P tembrr mlr 11000 W A lIon iVntrrtown FeUrnnry It May SH AtiKUit tt NOTC niber 6 1800 T A Kvana Kordmllle March 1 June TrVp tenilwr t Derrmber 6 Itoo II F Irnvw ilnlard March IS Jan 21 Mp tember 20 Deceralier OT IIKK II H FltthiiRh Dandee March 30 Julie 29 Hp trmbrr SX lleceiubcr SS ItOO- ConHtahlw T W Ilarrelt Hilton W J Ktaw art Mnnda J II Dennis IrentUi Jerome Allen Jingo I L Nclnon Hnlo- rdRollcloxa Oonrlcoo- II 1C Church South Serrler third Hnnday In each jnouth lit It a in anti Til m und fonrtb Banday nt 11i m Irayer niwllnx off ry VVtdnen day evening Her J V Ietrlu Inutor Church Kerrlrc held second Hunday In each month at 11 a in and t pm Irayer meet lag every Thursday Ivenlug Her JW Vnllind InKbllla lator School Trustees IIlIrllorolJ I Miller J H Olenn WII llardwlck W IIMauiy Woodbary Tlnnley D E Thomas Town Trusteesit T Colllnn J M Mnttlouly Hhelby Taylor KW Ford A U White llanford- Baexot Oociatloa A O U W meet second und fourth Wednes day bbr Kqufty meeUsccond and fourth Sat nrday night Knlahuot Honor meet flnt and third Hrttur day nlghttMonday night In each month itough River lodgeNu hh0inlghtaof lthlameets every Tuesday nl hW rolfImonth All numbers ot tbe respective lodgm an Invited to attend all meoUngii lot to remain counted as cast and equality before the law It has been almost a year since you met in the city ot Lexington and named your leadersin I lie great strug gle for the preservation of the rights totheticket your placed as honest pure and brave a man as ever led an army to jfticket was tilunphatly elected notwithstanding the meanest things ever said of the infamous election law by Republicans and Drown Democrats were more than discounted at the ol1s Since the election outrage has w- ollowsd upon outrage until the con t- dence of the people in justice has een sorely hired but with undaunt ed courage our leaders have kept up tbe fight and I believe that right will et prevail it not in tbe courts there a rising tide which willet sweep ll before it insplte of election frauds as nd those who would deprive you oi our right of suffrage will not only go lyGentlemenof this convention will be T- rderly and harmonious and that the and est results may follow your actions COY TAYLORS sruncit Fellow citizens I am deeply mov tell by this demonstration We have ll suffered and tolled together in the and cause of human liberty and to that sa ed cause and our children I swear sits ernal allegiance Liberty can not shall not die from the fair land of ha entucky so long as mankind lives its bounds The ballot box shall not be destroyed and liberties of the people shall remain Tyrants may iumph for a while but not always odly manhood will finanlly triumph rauds haVe taken your liberty from you overturned our rights As long time lasts it will be known that a crime has been perpetrated waysTsafaihe wilt of the people ol will Kentucky was trampled In the dust Let he ballot must be free or the repub must die This compact and union n not exist many years with part free and others slaves The Const fo- ution of Kentucky says that all men hall be free and equal It has been S- isregarded and the men who tramp The d it under shall live to curse the ty ay they did the deed A nation that I that Will not keep its pledge and give the very State a Republican form of Gov ernment is not worthy to live In all history men have cried for liberty S hey have plowed billowy oceans to nd a land where to plant its standa rd Bones are bleaching all over his land for liberty Our boys have it been sacrificed the world over for libw erty I appeal to the manhood ol h Kentucky whether or not we had first better set our own household right and manhood Cries of go on Taylor go on I will patt with the text this war are must never stop Your dear old State is bleeding and prostrate Keep up tbe holy warfare and never tire Go to the ballot box and watch it See that every man votes who is entitled to it See that it is counted It looks gloomy but God knows tbe right will win I want you to swear III your heart of hearts tbe warfare shall never end until the battle IsJ won BRADLEY S STRONG SFRHCII The audit nee IIrore and cheered long and loud at the conclusion of Governor Tayolrs speech Amid the strains IIuOlel Kentucky Home Governor In j lor bowed I i ff the stnge Gov s Brudtey finally yielded to tbe desires and earuest appeals of the audience and mure his way to the stage He said I can not help but thinlfof the diflcicncc in the the country to day and of four yearsI ago Workshops closed labor only half rewarded no market worth any thing and when we stand today nn see the greatest prosperity the nation has ever etjoyed we have the to be proud that we are rIghtII In 1896 we were told all soits Utilities were coming War would bring destruction We have had a war a glorious war which has fame to our history Arrogant addedI has been humbled and our flag t spected Where it waves there is freedom Shall this continue American people will soon decide It will be a decision so perfectly certain and overwhelming on to surprise all The Republican admlstratlou will be upheld I Republican candidaU for President and Vice President will be elected and IThehave given you a good Those you chore four illustrationt you an administration of I may be proud Gov Taylor told you t something of Kentucky affairs I 1 stand here to denounce the assassin who shot down Senator Goebel Whoever he is he deserves condign punishment for such a deed needs no palliation Mean as he Is he is not onetenth as mean as the scoundrels in the newspapers who has attempted to assassinate the character of tbe manhood of Kentucky The innocent shall not sutler A public press that has hounded your Governor is with them n network They have dragged JIhis malace pursued him They saldt he was fleeing When he burled his sisterthey said he wasa fugitive from ustice This attempt to blacken and assassinate human character Is far wore contemptible mean and devil ish than any murderer who takes hu man life They said the Republican party conspied to kill Goebel I say that is a lie 1 he Republican party ould scorn it as much as they would o steal an office to which their candi date was not elected There is a man meaner than both It is the man who tramples upon the freedom of his peo pie in order to steal an office that he not win They say the Repub IUcan patty is dead It will never die long as liberty has a votary and freedom a friend It is strong in Ken tucky I remember when we had on 37000 voters but we have polled Gov Taylor polled more hey made arrangements to rob him or finally stole it They will not j be keep the office I have no informas tion as to how the Supreme Court will decide this case That court does not what it is going to do I have confidence an overruling Providence in the right in the honor man the hood and ability ot every judge who G on that bench It there is no power in this nation to stay the ndIf the robber we bad better ty come back from the Philippines to of glKentuckymaybe the clouds are darkening As the sure as there is a God just as snre heramanacles shall fill and she stand frTaylorhIlibertytamely surrender his manhood us call to our assistance those ot magnificent Democrats who have so brevely stood by us in this great struggle No Republican should ever rget such men as Breckinridgc Owen Yost Stewart BuchnerKnott weeney and John Young Brown fo brave ones in the Democratic par on In Kentucky have all leltthe patty say that hell is not hut enough for uiallgners of Kentucky Republic ancs They have made grave and false charges aqilnst the Rev JohnS weeney in an Eastern paper Republican hold up your heads in nd be men We will carry this state this fall by a majority of 20000 nnd will be counted My friends I ant to see every man go away from ere determined todo his duty Use er vigor and zeal to the battles of free dom They cant beat us Some one yelled We want you ol for Vice PresidentoIII am said the speaker afraid you will never see a Vice President come from south of the Ohio river We will content ourselves with vot ing for one north ot itoYOST PLISDGRS HIMSULI TO REPUBLI CANS Judge Yost said Mr Chairman and Fellow citizens f Kentucky I scarcely know to what I cught to ascribe this flittering call for me to address a gathering ofI the Republicans ot Kentucky Dar ing all the years that are behind me I have up to 1896 been an active working oppressive Democrat ol Demo crats Applause But in 1896 I did l1Ie tall and lofty kicking at what till Democratic party proposed to force upon tbe people of the Union In 1897 I fought the organization again but to none of these matters do I ascribe this call upon me to day I aciibe it to the fact that I as a citizen of the State having the interests of my at heart stood shoulder to tlshoulder with Gov Taylor and with those who bad the manhood to fight those who had been rightfully and IIfor elected to office by the votersr this State applause that otIours I do not say now what my future course politically may be I say to the Republicans of Kentucky my hand upon my heart my eyes towards God who made me that so long as your fight Is a fight against the Goebel lay and Goebelism and all the infamy that the name Implies so long as ycur fight is a fight in favor of an honest election and a lair count and in favor of a fair trial in a fair court I tiwear my allegiance to you and will youtap pears and we can again say that Ken tucky is the home ol the free and the land of the brave Applause DBNNY ON NATIONAL ISSUES Hon George Denny oi was then called for Mr Denny said II do not see necessity for any more speaking after what you have heard As you have been so kind I wil add only a few words We have gathered today to give a hearty indorsement to splendid achievements of the national Administration Our party is for ex pansion We are proud of our flag 1at flutters at the mast of our ships hat have fought for liberty The speaker talked in regard to the Philip pine policy and what has been accom plished there lIe review the history ol the country and how liberty was planted and restored Said he There is no question as to party politics in Kentucky today We have the right to vote and it should be counted Politics should not enter in this problem Let us march on until we re es tablish in the old Commonwealth the rights of a free people The speaker told of how the judiciary of Kentucky had been swayed from justice and right but that be did not believe it would last always Said he Tbe enictment ot the Goebel law is responsible for our political and industrial situation The law has robbed us our rights but we have appealed ofl the people to settle the Whether or not the people shall an This appealed willI answered next November lie also ujged the Republicans to keep up the conflict the right SIR KNOTTS HARD LICKS R W Knott was then introduced to audience amid applause by ex cv Bradley in in a few well chosen words He said Mr Knott was a dis tingulshed Democrat who loves liber and right and to whom every lover t liberty owes a debt ot everlasting ratitude Mr Knott said Mr Chairman and Gentlemen ot convention I have consented as citizen of a disfranchised city to welcome you the representatives ot a dis s party Until every politis a l party in this State of Kentucky Iu rights accorded to any other myselllae t Louisville and Jtflerson county Applause I can not speak to you asa Republican and I will not today speak to you as a Democrat I speak only to the manhood oi Kentucky pledge here for a renewal oi the battler freedom in Kentucky I care not what field this battle is waged I care not what offices are to be filled I care little who are to be the leaders in this strlle but wherever the foes ot liberty are there should they tie met uFour years ago the State of Kentucky was disturbed and the parties Kentucky were shattered on a great national issue I am told that issue has been settled New issues have arisen but there is one issue and one alone in Kentucky and that is wheth ever again this State one of the first daughters of the American Union shall again participate In the councils the nation Kentucky can speak nly by her chosen officers I care not whether it is in the Congress at Wash Ingten or whether in the Executive Department at Frankfort or In the City Councilsthe people can speak nly by their chosen representatives and I pledge to the Republican party tbe sopport cf all lovers of freedom not because ol your party platform not because your fight is the same as our fight It is a fight for civil liberty These gentlemen have talked to OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes I no KIQnrya ara u- blood purifiers they f li ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu mattsm come from excess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood veins and arteries It to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys arlyIning In kidney trouble 11 you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect ot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Us wonderful oures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits KafZ all In fifty Vcent and onedollar ala IIf1LJI eSt You have aKlj1lLsam- plo J bottle by mall Home of 5vspflaotd free pamphlet telling out If have or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamton LV you about carrying on this holy war until the battle has been won That battle was fought out in tile last cam paign and was won for all time The difficulty In the way is to have that victory recorded and we are fighting simply for the public records we are fighting to have the courts and the j mrnals of your legislative bodies de elate what the people declared that W S Taylor was elected Governor ol KentuckyMr that is all I can say That is all that I would say to you except that no battle ws ever won yet against an organized party in power by a disorganized mob Your volunteer armies are all right They are animated by tbe spirit of liberty and by an unconquerable devotion to the flag but at last you have to win the fight by organization All of you can remember that when the Civil War broke out the Government of the United Stites asked for nlntty day volunteers but you will remember the battles were won by tbe three year volunteers by the men who enlisted for the three years of the war 1 Now fellow citizens the men who went out of the Democratic party have yet no party home They are simply your allies but I believe I can speak for that great host ot Kentucky Dem I t ocrats who did the thing last vear and promise you that these ninety day vol I unteers have reenllsted for the three years Applause RUrUBUCAN PLATFORM The Republicans of Kentucky In- State Convention assembled declare First We indorse without reserve the administration ot President Mc Kinley and congratulate the upon the redemption by him countryI by Republican Congress of every made in the Republican national plat form of 1896 We especially com mend the wisdom shown by both the at President and by Congress in dealing with the question of government InV the new possessions of the UnitedB States and the enactment of which opens up new and vast mark ets to American kiakingof the American workitigmanniSecond Through wise legislation the Republican party has rendered for safe the monetary standard ol this country and has always stood and now Jollwell as lender and to this end we favor carefully guarded and practinkin laws to secure elasticity in IJO as to provide IaraVfoJ01 Dornu D v d sand steady rates of interest lor the the good of every worker producer farmer manufacturer and business man and for the general business of ourti peopleThirdWe favor proper legislation by the National Congress leading to the upbuilding of our merchant ma rine so that the products of American farms workshops mines and forests may be carried In Americanbuilt Americanowned and American mann ed ships and the marvelous progress of our inland Industries be equaled by commercial triumphs on the high seasFourthWe instruct the delegates chosen by this convention to the Republican t National Convention to vote for the renomInation ot President Mc- KInley and the unequivocal indorse ment ol his wise and patriotic admin d istration of the aflalrs of the Government Filth Important as are these ques tlons oi the national policy the Republican party in Kentucky is compelled to subordinate its other aims and porposes to the solemn duty oi reo storing the right of suffrage to the people of this Commonwealth It un reservedly dedicates its organization and the undivided eflort ot Its mem bership to the single and paramount cause ot civil liberty and invites the cooperation and support of the right thinking rind libcrty cheeilbed citi zens of all parties SixthWe demand the unconditional repeal of the existing election law under the operation ol which in dividual citizens have been denied the right to vote and the whole counties have been deliberately disfranchised by authority of which certificates of election have been issued to men de rated at the polls and ns a disastrous result of which the government ol the State has become Involved in hopeless confusion and chaoI We demand the prompt enactment in place of this revolutionary statute of an election law that shall secure to ev ery voter the free exercise of the right ol suffrage and that shall guarantee tbe restoration and permanence of government by the people SeventhWe dtuounce the course oftbe Democratic majority in the last General Assembly from the hour when it adopted rules in defiance of right and the Constitution don to the final action by which it attempted to deprive Gov Taylor and Lieut Gov Marshall of the high c flees to which they had been elected nt the polls Flghth We indorse without reserve IF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office c FITr1 DLIIIa HARTFORD Htat- WKENTUCKYT1SNNKSSEE Lexington oligarchy absolutely the resolute and patriotic course of Gov William S Taylor in resisting with all of tbe power at his command the usurpation of the office to whica the people have elected him and we pledge him our unfailing support in the prosecution of this course until the Supreme Court of the United States question United States is to make good its guarantee of a Republican form of Government to every State in the Un ion We no less emphatically indorse the official course of Lieut Gov Marshall and all of the other Republican State officers who have fought and propose to fight to the end for tbe preservation ol government by the peopleNinthWe thank the independent men of Kentucky wboregardless of for merparty affil ltlon have united with us in this contest for the restoration ol civil liberty popular sovereignty and an untrammeled ballot and ask their continued aid in fullest confidence that by our united effort civil nnd political liberty will be restored and thereafter the soverign will of the people as declared at the polls shall be obeyedIposiions National Congress by Senator Deboe N and Congressmen Pugh and Boreing covering period of foreign war and lm poitant measures arising therefromT EleventhWe make r tion ot the faithful diligent and able service rendered by ex Gov BradI ley and his legal confreres in State I and Federal courts in the pending con Ja test for our civil liberty political rights and the privilege belngserved I officials elected by our votes re TwelfthWe request ex Gov Will I lam O Bradleyto allow the Republio cans of Kentucky to present his name the coming National Republican i Convention for the high position ofaice President of the United States w lood Poison Curod by B B B tlDeepnd that have resisted doctors hot laringsent quickly yield to B B B Sot s- anic Blood Balm thoroughly tested 30 years Have you mucuous fc patches in the mouth Sore Throat Eruptions Eating Sores Bone PainsIoItching Skin Swollen Glands ints Copper Colored Spots Chan es Ulceration on the body Hair t Jo lJCiIntZ Ir b aptiuc ill completely change the whole body to a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and smooth with I B B B rains JirfMt tneayaPsymptoms cannot return B BB builds up the broken down constltn c tion and improves the digestion So iteB B B for sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle or 6 large bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle Be sure the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm For trialte bottles address BLOOD BALM Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and Free medical advice given 3 a L i Tho Lottor liE A thoughtless contemporary having assailed the letter e the editor of the Tallahomlan in Tennessee cameo the rescue as follows An ex chance says e is the most unlortu nate letter In the English alphabet- sbecause it is never in cash always in flebtgets that the aforesaid letter is never in war but always in peace It is the beginning ot existence the commencement of ease and the end of trouble Without it there would be no water no bread no meat no life no gospel no Jesus father mother brother sis ter home or heaven U A FOLLOWER op MEASLES In many instances a cough follows an attack ot measles In speaking of this Mr Walter B Beel 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 berlains Cough Remedy sand thecough tins entirely disappeared I consider Chamberlains medicines the best on the market For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro ru Appondlotis and Imagination Apropos of appendicitis said a physician who enjoys a high reputa tion as a successful operator I can tell you a queer little story which is not without u certain moral Last summer a planter who occasionally visits New Orleans and who is a man ot high strung nervous organization walked Into my consulting room look ing wearrled He asked me to pre scribe for a slight cold but I could see he bad something else on his mind By the way doctor he said as he was leaving in what patt of the abdomen are the premonitory pains of appendicitis felt On the left side exactly here I replied Indl eating a spot a little above the point of the hip bone He went out and next afternoon I was summoned in hot haste to the St Charles Hotel I found the planter writhing on his bed hIs forehead beaded with sweat and his whole appearance Indicating THE WHOLE SYSTEM I IMay Become Invaded by Catarrk General Lewis Case n Hon James eCLoIIIlanPeruna Drug MTg Co Columbus Oi4 Gentlemen I have used Fomn for a short time and can cheerfully recommend it as being all you repreaeD1uad wish ovary man who is suffering with valueShould yowkindone James Lewlf Wherever the catarrh It there if sure be a waste of mucus The mucus U facaItpuiclei removed To stop this waits yoti must stop this catarrh A course of todoAddTheColnmbua O Intense suffering I have an attack- f appendicitis he groaned and I m a dead manl Ill never surviv- en operation Where do you feel paIn I asked Oh right here he spotbadhad a knife in me there and ras turning it around Well then- t isns appendicitis at any rate I id cheerfully because that Is the rong side The wrong side he xclalmed glaring at me Indignantly Why you told me yourself It was one left I Then I must have been ab racted I replied calmly I shpuld ve said the right I prescribed omething that wouldnt hurt him ind I learned afterward that he ate is dinner In the dlningroom that me afternoon Oh yes he was no ubt in real pain when I called laid the doctor in reply to a question kptsDr ewa I w Means TimesDemocrat Cutting around the eyes should be voided unless you are willing to aake yourself subject for experl lentlhfj In surgery Is nnnec scary Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve rill curt nor ryes and granulated lids when all others have failed It- rengheus weak eyes m Know tho Lesson Mr C J Hinton an Allen county who is principal of a high chool at Texas has just had n experience more than Is customary n this county It happened thusly Two of his large boys made ll up to tbrase the teacher upon a certain day Everything went like It was as led up for the occasion until the first blow was passed Then tbe teacher spread the boys out on their backs balked their every effort to rise with 180 pounds of bone and mnssle and two laces until he had satis ed an enormous appetite for that particular exercise Then it was that patrons of the school rushed across the street to congratulate the Kentucky teacher upon his successful methods of training the young shoots how to idea- teFilCiIII It the Future There comes a time to most women when must face the future of wife hood and motherhood What that future has in store for them depends largely upon themselves To a woman the obligations and consequences of are a tasting happiness To a woman fering from irreg ularity or other ailments of the sex marthgeniay prove a mockery motherhood- a Where such Irregularity exists Favorite Prwcrlp ion can be with the assurance that health will speedily be re It U the most reliable med icine known to medical science for the cure of diseases which affect the delicate womanly organs It Pre It is a nonalcoholic medicine and is also free from opium cocaine and other narcotics At an ntlr stage of mtni 4 lift write Mrs FUra Am of OaUu Co Mo 55 wii- atctiy bolhtrtd rtth palatal periods alto a- troublcoomedrala which mt wry wtk god unSt for work olaoKkJad Itxcuatv thIn there was but skt aS- bone buiband III stunted sad oI boI7te rnacrtpUoa 1tt- be Inc N of Iartlesaw the wonderful effects of oat hI inc two more and after S iud 1rthere was no inert and I began Sesh 10w11 to Dr lioJrcc aD4 his wonderful curative medldaet Dr Pierces Medical Adviser sent free on receipt of stamps to pay coat of mall only 2J onKeat stamps for book in paper coven or 31 sump In cloth to R V Pierce Buffalo Y Hartford Republican FON nnd LON ROGERS Editors R- elophocouolnccc = =C C = =o Ittuti Fridays by the Hart ford Pub Colnc p ala Entered it Hartford poslof lici as secend lass mail matter lot an FRIDAY MAY 25CIu The Battle Must Continues The Supreme Court on moat Mon i day decided that the people of Ken tucky would have to work out thei own ealvatlbn that the bisbtit and Jut tribunal ID tbe Republic bad noa rlgbt to interfere In state affairs bow ever grave and dangerous tie crime might be that elates thcrntelvcs Irut should right their wrongs and none other that tbe acts of a revolutionary body of men styled legislators Whoso duty it is to make laws caul by some unknown process resolve themselves Into a judiciary to enforce the Jaw of their own casting philosophy indeedare in no sense the reviewed by any court this side of eternity This decision of no diction may be the roost prudentI course that court could have chosen in this crisis It may bo that the safety and perpetuity ol the Union can best be protected through such a verdict But who can see it in that light The Supreme Court iscompos ed of nine legal giants They are models of American intelligence They are political athletes But after all theyare only men with the op portunities1bey arc as all other men susceptible of grave mistakes They are by no means infallible and fore a decision from them can not perfect and in this decision handed down by Chief Justice Fuller Kentucky sees a germ of future strife an- a d dangerous precedent Certainly just God is directing the nfiairs nations and when Kentucky done her part right will triump- Every true man should rest assured oj this hope though ho zany have been disappointed in tbe recent past Let fraud arid political tyranny have their places in the sanctuary for the present as the courts have so declar ed for it will only tend to unify a forces opposed to such doctrine As for the Republican party it will prove a blessing It will force into the ranks of that partysucb men as that o- sage Id and statesman Simon B Duck ner exGovernor John Young Drown and Judge W IL Yost and Judge Jere Morton and Captain Stone and Captain Sharp and Gen Basil W Duke and Helm Bruce nnd Richard W Knott and a host of other leaders in the Democratic party Along with tbeee men will come a host most excellent citizens from the ranks of that party now rejoicing over tbe temporary triumph of Goebeliim There are many honest men igno over their stolen goods rind while there are many thus sanctioning and approving political robbery and can not possibly be styled otherwi there are many substantial men w willnever unite with n party of faau and a party that accepts stolen e Not an honest man in all Kentuc disputes the election of General S S Taylor on the face of the retur as recorded and sworn to by Goebel men in every precinct in the General Taylor was elected by t people of Kentucky in 18UD to serve them as their Chief Executive for four years no more and no less The office which the people gave GOr Taylor has been stolen from hun Mr Beck barn of which there is denial and to this steal of so muc importance to Kentucky the cour have said amen The courts at r point and in no sense have reviewei tile question on its merits liver court that has bad the case has reco nized anti realized that a great amour of fraud had been committced They realize the shameful proceedings They realize that robbery has been committed extensively that usurpa Icon has been practiced and accom pushed that a more hellish and damnable rape on the ballotbox we never committed all this is recogniz ed by the Democratic party and yet that party is now reposing as if victory bad been theirs and theirs alone Fraude has been committed black disgusting disgraceful and satanic crime has been honored hn party and approved by many men posing as christiaus How sad What a trav esty on justice and the good name of Kentucky The voters ou last November elected William S Taylor Governor of Kentucky His major ty was 2383and 110 court on earth or in heaven can change that fact No court has ventured to investigate the case and the contest board the farcical legislature never denied it but just simply said by the authority invested in IttLat Goebel was Gov eruor though he was deadand him t his next male rushed forward to res cue the stolen goods Libertyloving men lay asido your past prejudice andf buckle on the armor for another fight to be more determined more fierce andmore lasting in results We would say join in a move to reestab lieb law in Kentucky to put aside political tyranny and political fraude with its usurpers and remember that the party standing for civil liberty present a solid front There will e a unanmity of spirit between the Brown Democrats Pop uliets and Prohibitioniots with but one in object in view restoration of the a box and along with it will balI end to Goebelisru for not live in a country of FREE DOM Since the Federal Govern went has said Kentucky save your ell or perish lu the stench of Goebel mtttbere romaine but one thing for honest men to do that is to prosecute determinationrthan ever before with renewed r remember that Qodworkilorall Ye cannot ntm the bola er being free With paraiitlrullatltaab with mountalanu seheor rice widen padlock on truths hpe Ue mllotn- m ye will lTotn oil to soul tliroditli nil tlii world ten oe one ftrt trie thrill tbadr Though the courts have admitted fraud they have refused in every case justifyinog are s all been done under the forms of law the Goebel law of course and there is not a more damnable law in perdition than this measure Friends of liberty remember that next November will decide Jibe future of your beloved Slate tbat youwil be freemen or you will be slaves until you free yourselves by force of arms American soil may endure the growl b of slavery far a time but It certainJ will be a limited amount The African in his rude state of civilization was landed on tbis continent over two centuries ago a slave and be has become isbein f science and civilization but she will never submit to so remain There will be but one issue in Ken oflucky tbis fall there will be no Na politics discussed The ques ruthu What care we government when we are bucked and gag cd 11 with the monstrosity of Goebel ramp Every Kentuckian should go to the polls next November armed with a ballot of liberty he should 11stand by and see that it is counted as cast and il it IB necessary there pill his lifes blood for which millions have died Gov Taylor did His Duty The hyenas of press the Goebel type just now is again emptying their trials of venom and slanderous ab- tupon the head of Gov Taylor and whole Republican party for tsh 1beBecause Taylor refused to step do andout of the Governors char chi Ithe people had given him when Goo bel demanded the office of Governor There is no other reason for this villainy and abuse Had Taylor act e the part of a cowardly Spaniard M nuuiu uavto ueeii DutheItoonlfy lien Like a man would starthoti ats i1ha baj won the admiration of ever manlew longneas any crime committed in tho election l itballow such things as that damnable and hellish board of appointers to do their choosing They should not hoe any voice in the election of their rulers I perlectionIor Yeltsthedil mi been done under the forms of lowt nightw I approve of a low that takes from their fellow men their birthrights yet this is an undisputed tact Men who claim that they love their neighbor as thyself admitted a grave fraud bad been committed 9that Taylor was fairly elected and ly inducted into ollice by Democrats that the election in every precinct the State was controlcd by the Gue betmen and these same men say that Taylor was deposed under the forms of law and it should eland They sanction and approve Ito low which robs their fellow brethren in christ of that which Christ gave them May we interrogate in all sinccieity Is this Christian fellow ship Is this christianity If it be Christianity what may we hope to enjoy in the text life Woeful was the 21st day of May 1000 to the American people That day the highest judiciary iu the laud proclaimed that fraud un measurable and all manner of crime might be perpetuated in the choosing of State officers so far as it was eau cerned This decision may prove irretrievable and incurable to the American Republic No mau can forecast the results The Democratic Convention Last Monday the Goebel D mocrots of the county though few in number met at the court house in Hartford in convention sari resoluled and endora ed praised sari eulogized rejoiced byandthe decision of tbe Supreme Court The convention was very enthusiastic the reception ot stolen goods Were informed that speeches were rondo denouncing Gov Taylor and the Re publican party the newspapers opposed to Bill Goebels ascendency to tbe high position to which be aspired and everything else not in accord with Goebelism was severely dealt with We are informed that a gentleman in the convention oflered a resolution placing novo Taylor at head of tbe socalled conspiracy to murder Goe bel but was Voted lows by the con vention The resolutions endorsed contest from start to finish which the Hartford Herald repudiated aomeh time since in answering our questions and alto the course of the Herald was ufsee anything that would repudiate the contest but it did nevertheless The resolutions after they have cooled oil resemble in smell and taste tha editorial which appeared in tbe Herald November 29 1899 in which Tuy lor was admitted to have been elected Governor of Kentucky by a band some majority Strange things sometimes happen and so it was last Mon dayIOx Graf page will be found theI speeches of Gar Taylor exGovI Bradley C M Barnett WH YoetI Richard WKnott made at tbe Louis ville convention last week They all truly portray how Kentucky ha been shamefully mistreated and abused Judge Yost swears eternal allegiance to the Republican party so long as Brynnism and Goebelism are factors Jin politics Judge we fret come you into our ranks because wo know that you have been loyal to your convictions in the past and we take this as a criterion for the future Such men do honor to the party their choice The speech of DI r Knott was truly appreciated because he bas been a magnanimous spirit in the recent election He bas been a power in exposing Goebelism through the columns of the Evening fort He has enlisted in the Republican part for three ears or until the war doses and that enlistment means something it carries force with it GOVERNOR MOUNT of Indiana refuses to give Cbas Finley over to Mr Bckham Governor of Ken tucky by robbery and theft Got acquaitiis cognizant of the fact that a set horeridiag n hungry vultures He is aware the Taylor was elected by tbe people an that Beckbam was defeated He U daleo truly aware tbat the contest was maje and waged without cause or mad Gov Mount it appears is not 4 lU sterrknfnIutnuA says 10 is capable of managing bit own affairs without the aidof Campbell Goebel eV CD Toe Supreme Court decided last rigbtIthFederal Government is a union of States and Territories As the Su promo Court has no jurisdiction in- lone State it certainly would have none in the union of states Then one might prudently ask what is the Su preme Court for any way TAYIOK was elected Governor III Kentucky last November b the pe piethe great common people am yet ho is styled by subsidized and usurper103urof last November Who but a brazen liar can stiy that Becklunn is Govern or by the will of the majority Tun people said last November that William S Taylor was Governor b Y u majority of 2fl8 The legislature in January said that Goebel was Gov I majorityd1AT last the Supreme Court has den tided that the Democrats acted with in the forms of the law Those who procured the crucifiction of Christ were careful to do tbe same Tfteasauntrdeditor ot the IJerM chore again this week under the cap tiara Sympathy vs Sympathy John M Hnr Inns Opinion After quoting various authorities backing up his decision Justice John Mt Harlnn thus concluded his opin ion Notwithstanding these adjullc tions the decision of today is that this court has no jurisdiction to in quire whether a citizen has been de prived without due process of law of an office held by him under the constitution and laws of his State If the Kentucky Legislature had wholly disregarded the mode prescrib ed by the statutes of the State and without appointing a board of contest composed of its own members had by joint resolution simply declared Goebel to be Governor andespecially If such action had been held by the highest court of the State to be con elusive this spurt as we are informed 1bethe incumbent for the reason as is now adjudged that the office now In dispute Is not property in the mean- Ing ol the fourteenth amendment DOnS NOT APPLY TO CIlICIS So that while we may inquire whether the cltizsns land or his mules have been taken from the legislative executive or judicial of Ids State withtl out due process of law we may notg Inquire whether the legislature or judicial authorities oi a state have without the process ot law ousted one lawfully elected and holding tbe office of Governor for a fixed term with a salary which cannot be dimin shed during such term and to put Into his place one whom the people lave said should not exercise the au thority appertaining to that high po sltioDIany person ot life liberty or property without due proess of law I had supposed that the purpose was to guard citizens against being deprived o- ny legal right in violation ot the fun demental guarantees that inhere t- due e process of law But it seems that under our sysI tem of government the right of a cltlI zen to exercise a state office to which be lies been lawfully elected by dt people may so far as the constitution the United States is concerned bs taken from him by the arbitrary ac lion of a State Legislature is utter disregard ofthe principles that Anglo Saxon freemen have for centuries deemed to be essential to the requires ment of due process ot law I can not assent to the interpretation of the fourteenth amendment It is to be regretted that a cisc like this should be the occasion of n departure from the principles hereto tore announced and acted upon by this court Looking into the record of this case I fled such action to have been taken as was discrcdiblc body claiming to be the Legis oflalure ot Kentucky and which assum ed to be acting in accordance with law It openly and defiantly trampled upon the will ot the people expressed at the ballot box It struck At th very foundation of liberty regulated bylaw- y SHOULD NOT BE RESPECTED The action of that body was sueh that it ought not to be respected in any court as a judgment upon the question involving important rights submitted to it for decision but as ac lion taken wholly outside ol all law and in contempt to the constitutional rights of tree roan to select their edrulers The record justifies the bed lief that that hotly was wholly indif ferent as to the natureol the evidence and that there was a fixed purpose on its part to put Goebtl into offi M and f protcasedregard whatever had been paid to the evidence no conclusion favorable to Goebel could have been reached on any Dor which Jydactionn John M iHarlan beyond doubt is the greatest American on the Supreme Reach Like Lincoln he believes righting a wrong whenerer or whet- ever found and it was this spirit Lincoln that saved the Union item a division When the old ship of State was stranded for want of money to carryon the war during the rebellion and was last sinking great states mew and financiers were much wrought up over the situation claiming that the Constitution did not provide geniusI011 saved t Ie Union from so grave a crisis Lit ConstltuIcause by secession until we can otherwise mend it and we will issue greenbacks to carry on the war though Itbe not specified in the organic law of lei land This was done in defense the countrys safety and it has proven a blessing for all men Justice lIar Ian realized that a grave injustice ha been doneGov Taylor and the peopl- of Kentucky his native state and he was Iber lore infavor ot righting th wrong by the authority of the bench though the exact course ol the cou r i in such an emergency had not beet j defined He realized that the rout was setting a precedent for all time which would doubtless prove dent mental to the safety rf the Union Judge Harlnn has been on the beach- for twenty years and is recognized a the most capable jurist on the bench He has thoroughly considered the Kentucky case and should better un derstand the situation than anylotber member of that great tribunal and af ter thoroughly exhausting every phas- of the question envolved he declare- that the court had jurisdiction The old theory oi State rights seemed to have control of a mnjority of the court If the theory of State Rights is plausl ble one the State should be able to settle this contest anyway they may choose without the Federal authori ties If Kentucky ever needed theI great compact ol States it is certainly nowa compact of the States Is without force and Is therefore a failure If cannot protect a member of the comt pact from domestic entanglements as well as foreign Invasion We deduct tram the reasoning of Judge that it is the duty of the Supremet Court to tight all wrongs which have been committed within the States that have been properly presented to them This is ceitdluly a very logical con elusion T 1000000 DEATHS I FROM CHOLERA DUR JNGTHEPASTVEAR TliFUrruiM ill Ikle Inlnl Illnnmo are Lurking ivrr iulirrrl TlioiiMiniliol llollnr Hln nl hj tills iinilrrliil nl ciiirrjr Hundreds of thousands of dollars his been lost in the poultry dullness account of the devastation among flocks caused l y choleric roup and other fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be so successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cure chickens in the last stage oi cholera and roup and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from via lent dlarrbcci dropping ol the wings stupor or excessive thirst These are the symptoms ol cholera Cholera Is a germ disease and being infec irons spreads rapidly through the en tire Take time by the forelock dont stop to experiment with unroll able or untried remedies Use thisI mixture at once and the sanitary measIures they recommend in Dont give the fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but this remedy cures it every time It is also guaranteed boarsft the nostrils resembling catarrh Fitly dollars is offered for any case the Mix ture will not cure It some oi your fowls tire diseased it will prevent the from catching it Try it It i cheap reliable and effective a scien tific preparation goes more than three times as far as any other remedy does combinend t experienced and largest breeders ol plain and fancy poultry in all parts ol the world The manufacturers guar antee every package or refund pur glstllontsbehind the age In that case send i for sample box to American Mfe Co Terre Haute Ind 2 Kentucky Must Savo Horsolf There should be unanimous satfsfic lion in Kentucky with the Supreme Court decision In the Gubernatorial contest casessatisfaction that the contention is determined definitely finally That the decisionmere an acknowledgment of the laws t potence to reestablish right dethroned to save suffrage from the basest sub version to maintain the verdict of thee majority against the usurpltlon ol the minority must prove a disappointment to the people and a delight the political faction rioting in fraud and reveling in force is inevitable But for the former there is recourse for the latter there is menace In the aroused righteousness of a soverei ballot From the highest legal nal there is appeal to the most exalted court of equity the popular will as expressed at the polls William vekter Tnylor has ben defrauded c commission conferred upon htn by the people of Kentucky constituting him the Stiles Chief Magistrate In that outrage the people suffered Iquat indignity with their chosen Executive The courts at no point anti in no sense have reviewed the matter on merit or in any degree sustained the shameful proceeding They recognize that rob berv has been committed that usur damning a rape of the ballot as is pos sible in Inane force and partizin ty rauny has been committed but with such deftness ol villainy such boldness of scoundrelism such adroitness technicalInly il ce ful disgusting crimp but under the forms of law What n travesty on justice What a mockery of legal power I What a debauchery of political purity and In tegrit of citizenship Rut the ver duel of a helpless court stands How belt it stands cowering craven con temptible in the lace of these facts disputed by no man established the eternal verity ol recorded history bder 7 1899 the peo p e a ballots cast anl counted elected W S Taylor Govern or of Kentucky for four years That feet was duly certified to In ac cordance with the law and the coast i lotion the returns thing duly depos ted with the Secretary of State tlThese returns were duly tabulated and Juderyor cei fiesta ol election issued to W S Tay This act aroused against theseSllor servants of the people theI most bitter vindictive and vitupera shoultd violate their oaths of cffice in order secure a patty triumph at the expen of representative government Goveraor made a final appeal to the Legislature chosen Nvember 7 by the same bal lots under the same law before the same officers by which nnd through which the sauna voters TaydS Legislature had the right to hear this appeal and the right to confirm tie choice of the people by rectifying any error committed by correcting any count by remedying any wrong by which the candidate rejected by the people had been given the certificate The law and the constitution clearly methodts a e terrained It seeks to eliminate all partisan Influences It puts the mom bets on honor as well as on oath faithfully to declare faithfully toes the will of the people as the of the land In the curse ol these proceedings- all the decencies of the occasion were violated The plainest directions of contemptThe not fulfilled The rules of were scorned The issues evidenceI cord with the law and the The petition stands as an of tile Democratic party coon ennnccd and dummied it In any omit where one lawyer could be heard it would leave been thrown out on demurrer Nut an allegation it sustained would justify the petition not one allegation was stotilntil Not before the trench Revolutioary tuba nal would on aristocrat have been con damned on such evidence and the trial of Dreyfus by this comparison gtirolowed this lallue was never acted on was never submitted to the General Assembly of Kentucky It was never put in a form for consideration It was reported for hurried action but as it stood discredited every name signed to it and In time will lead to their humiliation The General Assembly never considered that report It can not elect a Governor It cannot by this process and a majority vote impeach the Governor It had but one question to decide on oath on honor on loyalty to theStat Who was elected Governor of Kentucky November 7 1599cThat bly never answered All the Legisla tive flummery ol Its rump proceedings was beneath contempt All tje pre tense ol actions impeached the liar tic Ipants It was an effort to embody n lie In law It failed Nineteen Sena to tors and fiftyone Representatives not one less could declare what all know to be untruethat General Tay lor was not elected that Senator Goe J bel was elected and Iron that decis ion duly reached and duly recorded there maybe no appeal but it would be a lie nevertheless That action was never taken In the meantime let us all bear in y mind that the people chose W S Taylor Governor November 7 1899 That verdict h is been contravened not legally but by fraud trickery accompIshm I ed courts it not within theiroutrage SlY wa i thePpeople did in Not emder 1899 they can and will do Again in 1900 elect toIVilllamSYlvesterTny9orGorernorof Fenc let trio Republican of Kentucky du their dulyLct those Democrats who repudiated this outrage against pipu lar suffrage do their duty Renominate guand re elect William Sylvetter Taylor I in that act so far as is within their power redeem their State from the depth of shame into which G ebsl hasfsunk name uierclal Tribune Great opportunity ollurtd to good reliable roan Salary of 15 per wick and expenses lor man with rig to in troduce our Poultry Mixture and In sect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf To Cnro Vonf Irtutlnn rorerrr J On 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blank filled up as follows One wife red hair good lag young and fair and declare one and goodnaturellj steers which Is fair and swear Agents on salary of 1500 per week md expenses the greatest agent sel er ever produced every stock and poultry raiser it on sight ers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre laute Ind 29 tl S SThe new financial law pissed by he Republican Congress proves in peratlon to be thoroughly practical and businesslike It clinches tree oundness of the currency and works- o the economic advantage of the people ortors Antiseptic Honllng 011 Relieves oil instantly For cuts urns bruises itch eczema itarrh sore throat erysipelas corns lapped hands or lips piles and all leers or sores of skin or mucous mem rune it is a sure and permanent cure Vill cure sore or inflamed eyes in 48 ours Satisfaction guaranteed or loney refunded- horsemen will find this oil will cure crutches cracked heel halter burns Id sores and collar galls No cure nt ay For sale by J II Williams artford Ky 41 aFight a Fraud OrdorI Lust Saturday the Post Office De rtraent at Washington enjoyed a exhibition by a professor ot ie socalled School of the Magnetic Pealing located In a Missouri town his mss has been advertising exten vely in various papers his ability tone diseases of all kinds In response i complaints tbe Department was a the point of issuing a fraud order ainst all papers carrying this ads rtlseinent btttbefore doing so it 10 decided to the professor make See our beautiful assortment of Per calu for Shirt Waists The prices we quote you are roc rage and rye per yard A large line for I you to select We have just received another shipment of Good value f7 50 Suits These are special bar gains Ask to see them Also a complete lint of mens and boys Clothing all styles horn fJ up We carry the largest upto date line ot Pants shown by any house in Ohio county A look at this line will cone vince you Now Is the time for Summer Un derwear Idles Vests a completer line from jc to jse each In gents Underwear we to be the lenders We call special at tention to our 250 line of mens Shuts and Drawers They cannot be equaled lit value by any house We bought very early in this special line and v are prepared to give you some extra fine bargains A very throng line at Sec anti 75 each r mt received a beautiful line of dress Swipes ranging in prices from 2oc to Sac per yard We are showing a beautiful linn of Marseilles at rye to 400 per yard at est ten us we or a If any for we it and pay it to us p A 1 1 e a I n moro widely used tlmn other tho It every At1 ttZi blank form with looks horse buys Hust pain bolls Ique i let I from those claim your I s a demonstration An engagement was made and the professor with a number of nsociatcs was on hand jecthethat he had neuralgia over the right eye The professor rubbed his finger across the forehead ol the suflering man and asked him if the pain had disappeared The patient replied that It had disappeared tram that eye but had immediately gone over to the left eye Finally the professor stopped the treatment though the patient said the pain continued A recent or der of the Department is that nail addressed to all persons representing themselves to be Divine Healers shall je returned to the writers stamped iraeiduleutPuth- GnderIgi Hope diercntphysldans try Dr Miles New Heart Cure as it was highly recommended to me I had suffered for years with heart wasgivensevere palpitation short breath and flutteringandHeart Cure gave me prompt relief and finally a permanent cure Mrs J L Taylor Owintboro Ky DR MILES Heart Cure cuarantcefirsthook on heart and nerves tent free r Mlles MedIcal Company Elkhart fad Hot Weather Specialties Arc row on sale at Hartfords Store Never before IPopular had such an array of WEARABLES HOTi Wash Goods Pretty Lawns ut jc Newest Plaid Scotch Lawns ic Pretty Dimities 8c a Solid pink and blue Organ dies toe- Fancya figured Organdies toe Plaid Marseilles 150 inch Paris Mus iSeventtwo pink and blue I Fancy figured Swiss 150 India Linens jc to 250 I French Organdies white pink and blue 250 White Pique toe to 250 INotions Vest sc- I Imported Lisle Vest 38j Taped neck VtstjJc Pulley Delis 250 Big assortment of Pulley V Rings and Buckles 50 to 250 Silk Milts hir quality toe I Kid Gloves nil fcprlng shades ft ooLvlies I Linen Collars the latest toe- Summer I Corsets long short I and medium waist SOC Good seamless black Hose toe Pute iLUIe dropped stitch A Hose 35 or three pairs Jt oo r mAck Cat Hose for Children sic I Childrens sriniless black or tAll How toe us your Eggs Hams c We pay you j I the and sell yen goods t at better values than tiny in I Ohio f Tim PIiAOR AN Liverymen IhateN In CELEimATEI MEAU FERTI LIZERS MUGGIES HIRDSELL WAGONS BLUE J and HIOUNT PLOWS DEERIXG HARVEST ING MACHINES AGENTS FOil J I CASK THRESHING MACHINES FAIRKST DEALINGS LOWEST PRICES Tho BEST RIGS GIVE THEM A CALL EVERYTHING FI TIMIUIU Xo w Hartford u FRIDAY MAY 25 Born tothe wife of Mr Marvin Bean on the iSih Inst a boy Bring your eggs Feathers and chickens to Carson ft Co Tug REPUBLICAN has a scholarship in the Bryant Stratton College toe p sale RevJ A Bennttt ol near Beda who has been very sick of pneumonia was slowly improving at last account We will give you a good Oak Rock- Ing Chair with 20 oo worth of cash business or if you prefer we will give you a French Bevel Mirror 10x12 with standard frame Ask to tee the Chair aud Mirror CARSON Co The Floating Studio wilt make the following places on dates mentioned Will be at Ceralvo May 22d and reo main until June 4th Smallhouse June sthand remain until June otb Klrtleys or Humphreys Landing Jung loth and remain until June I3th Point Pleasant June I3th and remain till June iSth H O SCIIROETBR Propr DM iUMPTION V Fans and Parasols Pretty Ians 2C DIg line oi Fans pretty de signs ic- Extra quality of Fans toe Vine Imported Japanese Fans I IGood250 Fine Imported Mull Vans soc White silk Parasol SI oo White silk Parasol mflKd IFinego handle lace tdgesr 00IPine fancy plaid silk red silk Parasols tullltd chiffon tops 300 Dlack silk Parasols jit 50 to 2 50 Plain black silk Parasols l to f2 50- Childrens Parasols 250 to SII Carpets and Curtains Our line ol Mattings at toe ulc anti tjc are beauties Ingrain Carpets 250 to nice new patterns fig line of Lace Cuttalns 511ito 250 per pair Curtain Poles 2 lor 250 Window shades toe to SocI Bring IVool Feathers Ginseng highest prices house i county IS Keown I- IMartin HARTFORD HSTCLASS Republican wool VeIn looand250White I Mr B D Ringo went to Prank fort Wednesday Mr II K Cox Butord made us a pleasant call VednesdayV Esquire G S Fitzhugh Sulphur Springs cilled to see us yesterday Miss Arbe Brown Centertoan Is visiting her sister Mrs Fon Rogers Mr C L Hardwlck Memphis Tenu was in town the first of the week Mrs Eliza Riley of Buford who has pneumonia has recuperated nod will recover it is hoped Mrs E E Rogers near Cromwell who has been very sick during the past week Is convalescent Miss Grade Rolls classes in Elocution and Physical Culture will enter tamat the College Hall tonight Mrs Hub Shultz of near Irentls is seriously sick of consumption and her recovery is not expected by the family MessrsJohn Cbamberlln and Louis Uunther left Sunday lor Lancaster to attend the encampment of the G A I R ot Kentucky Mr G H Matlock that real estate man was in town Monday and Tuesday and what he did for his former associates was a sufficiency Misses Fannie Render and Jessie Smith who have been attending school at Lexington during the past term will return home to day Mr Marion Yates Rochester was in town Tuesday enroute to his old home near Knoxville Tenn to visit old friends and relatives Mr Yates will be in Tennessee until nbout the middle of JUlie The literary societies of Hartford I College have procured the services of Rev W S Danley of Owensboro to deliver a lecture at College Hall Thurs day evening June 7 This will be a trent for the public and is given by the focietieB free of charge If icon need Dry Goods Notions Clothing hints Shoes Carpets Mull nery Igoods or Furniture why not come to Carson Ci They sell gcodi as cheap as the cheapest and give free a gcod Oak Rocking Chair or a 10x12 French Bevel Mirror with standard frame with every 2000 cash purchase Col J S R Wedding member oh the State Board of Equilizatlon bat home attending court Col Wedding inlorms us there has been i per cent reduction on farm lands and 4 per cent reduction on town lots in Ohio county This difference is due to the Irregularity of the county board ol iequiliz tion and by the suggestion of Mr Wedding the assessment was left the eameas it was last year QQ s P AflLLAa mngla touch promptly relieves distress awl ILSIeIs4dO all other dyspeptic symptoms It makes rich pure blood gives strong steady nerves CREATES AN APPETITE AIDS DIGESTION Mr D C Allen RosIne was among our callers yesterday Mr John H Stewart Select made THE REPUBLICAN a vety agreeable call yesterday Mrs Anderson Martin died last Sunday at her home near Oalton and was burled the following day Mr A A Nash who was arrested some time since and placed in jail here and was afterward turned over to the deputy U S Marshal for coun terfeiting who placed him in jail at Owensboro and was balled out by Captain W II Moore John TMoore J T Shullz and Renfrew Bros has quit the country and his where abouts is unknown to his bondsmen Mr John Annis near Cromwell died Wednesday evening lie had sustained a piralletlc stroke which caused his death lIe was a highly respected citizen in his community and was a falthlul Christian gentle man lIe was quite old Ills reo maines were laid to rest in the Sep Taylor graveyard near Cromwell in Duller county yesterday Rev Drown heaver Dam conducted funeral services Mrs Magdalene Rogers who has been lying at the point ol death for the pest week of pneumonia is thought to be better and hopes of her recovery are entertained by the family The members of the family in attend ance at her bedside were Mr John B Rogers wife and two sons Intnle and Joy daughter and husband Dr and Mrs John W Conklin Leitchfield Mr J L Rogers and wife Greenville Mrs J B Blankenshipand Mr Jo B Rogers Beaver Dam Messrs C E and C J Rogers Cromwell Captain John L Powers who was indicted by the grand jury ol Aithur Goebel and Tom Campbell was arrest ed last Saturday and his captors start ed with him to the city of Persecu tion but before boarding a train at Barboursville a writ of habeas corpus was served on his captors and he was IronllGovernor its late was unlike those in other cases Iresb in the memories ot Ken tucJIans Taylor was recognized as Governor and lowers is a tree man and thus the persecutors struck ant snajtIMr Marion Dexter died at his resU dence near Beaver Darn last Sunday morning of consumption Ills reI wakes were Interred in the Liberty I cemetery the same afternoon Rev i Bob Bennett conducted funeral services at Liberty church Mr Dexter had been In ill health for quite a long while perhaps several years Mr I Dexter was truly a righteous man a very agreeable neighbor and a faith i ful christian lie had the confidence of all who knew him and cheerlshed his friendship A good man goes to bless the realms of a new kingdom be yond the Jordon Tim Grand Jurys Work The grand jury now in session has a great work to do Never in the history of the county has there been greater need of a grand jury with Backbone and resolute determination Crimes ore bering committed daily in every town and hamlet in the county and the Tenders are not brought to justice We have implicit confJderci in the ability of this present grand jury to indict every man regardless of his position and standing who hascom mitted crimes In this county We are hopeful that this jury will do its j whole duty and no more From what we have gleaned during the week the grand jury is besieged with violators of the law in attempts to save them from publicity and pros ecutlon This If cettnlnly a new scheme a neJV and modern plan of delense but it will accomplish little The work of the jury will go on as thoagh there waJ no obstructions near There is a determined effort being made by this grand Jury to destroy the Blind Tigers in the coun ty and if the court will do Its duty I as faithfully as the grand jury there I will certainly be an end to all this lat terday profession The following Indictments have been returned against the following parties for selling liquor illegally Netter Gillstrap two cases Llm Taylor one case Jas F Carson three WilliAultmirecases was ed for grand larceny This is only three days work for the grand jury and there Is much work yet SMALLH USEKYI Mr M D Maddox who has beenI at Calhoon for some time assisting In the school there is visiting his par ents Miss Alice Sharp Muhlenburg county visited Miss Alice Fulkerson a few days last week MUll Oma Maddox and Mr George Bennett who are attending school at Hartford visited their parents Sun lay Mr J P Kimblcy and wife Louis ville are visiting friends and relatives here Mr Henry Taylor and Mr Horace Taylor and wife visited their brother Mr P B Taylor Saturday and Sun dayMisses Oracle Reid and Sallle Bullock Messrs Ray Addington and Ray Pulkersou attended the wedrMng at South Carrollton Sunday evening Mr Robert Hunter and wife who have been quite sick the past week betterMr C Igleheart who has been sick for three months is able to be up againThe members of the Mttbodist church here have recently papered their house which adds greatly to the looks of the house Quarlerly meeting was held at Equality church Saturday and Sun day Presiding Elder Elgin present Two Mormon elders were through this vicinity last trampingI ing a place to preach but cessful Gladys the lute granddaughter of Mr R II IJverly died at his residence Sunday May 6th and was buried Monday the funeral services were conducted by Rev G II Lawrence MILLIE Notlco For a neat job of cleaning clothes call on Rev P S Majors on Union Street and Apple Alley 100 Reward The undrsigned will pay one hun dred dollars for the arrest and delivery j ofit A Nash a fugitive from jus I tice to the jailer at Owensboro Ky on or before June 4th next DescriptionNash is about 50 years oldS Jfeet S inches in height hair dark brown and sandy mustache Has wart on cheek between eye and ear and slightly stoopshouldered W H MOORK RESFROW DROSIJoint T J T Snuurz I Hartford Ky YO aCircuit Court Court convened Monday with Judge Owen on the bench with Common wealths Attorney J E Rowe and Coun ty Attorney M L Heavrin In charge to look after the violators ot the law and to have justice meted out to them Messrs J A Hocker Arthur Mill erD C Allen D S Bennett D E Thomas A J Brown L N Leach Adam Nave J R Felix Geo W Snell H C Shaver and J B Storms were empanneled as grand jurors The following gentlemen were em panneled as petit jurors Geo MI Maddox John Feenister J W Cole man J C Bennett D P Mosely Bit Stewart Henry Black W H Bean Van May N G Patton Sam Wallace E W Truman FW Acton antI Mark Renfrew The visiting attorneys are Messrs McLean Taylor and C W Compton Motgantown John T Rone Center town S P Roby Fordsville B L WjMassiei An Epidemic of Whooping Cough Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my children contract coujthIng lains Cough Remedy very successful ly for croup and naturally turned toI it at that time and found it relieved the cough and end eflected a complete cureJohn E Clifford Norwood House Norwood N Y This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m r Rail Road Dobt Liquidated The old railroad debt of Muhlen burg county which was voted in 1869 to build a railroad through the couu ty and which has for many years been in the courts and kept the coun ty behind financially will soon have been liquidated Had it net been for the railroad tax Muhlenburg would have been one of tbe foremost counties in Western Kentucky But as a bond ed debt ot most a million dollars has been held against the county it was perfectly natural for capital to find lodgment in other sections ot the country more fortunate than the county of Muhlenburg In 1869 the citizens of that county voted a debt the construction of a railroad Illor kh now approximates 735000 the old bonds and 100000 denominated new bonds These bonds have born interest at an enormous rate ever since they were floated County Attorney J L Rogers and puahling holders for some time and at last they have succeeded The compromise is 20 per cent on the dollar for the old bonds and tbe new bonds are to be paid in full The amount of indebted ness at present under the compro raise scheme is about 255000 The court this year voted an advalo rum tax of 150 which virtually leaves the debt not to exceed 215000 At a meeting of the court in May 3d notice was given that the court would on June II proceed to issue bonds not to exceed 5 percent to the amount of about 215000 which are to be paid in 5 10 15 and 20 years This transaction is certainly a bush ness proposition and will prove we hope beneficial and most gratifying to the tax payers of Muhlenburg county Had this been done twenty years agothe county would doubtless have been out of debt long since As It Is the burdened and troubled clti izens of that county will consider themselves fortunate to get off as well as they will under this new deal Notice The Commercial Telephone and Telegraph Co also the Hartford Telephone and Exchange Co have sold their telephone outfits to the Rough River Telephone Co and desires to wind up its affilrs and go out of bus- Iness aThe Bettor Part Of valor Is discretion and the better part of the treatment of disease is pre ventlon Disease originates In im purities in the blood People who take it at this season say they are kept healthy the year round It is be cause this medicine expels impurities and makes the blood rich and health giving IAlI liver ills are cured by Hoods Pills 250 =Miss Nettie Rogers of Moweaqua Illinois hula returned to her old home to s pend the summer She will re workIin the city school at that place INotfcoDry merchants of Hartford will after June I close their stores at 7oclock In the evening Shop pers should take notice to this and do their trading before that timer In packing your valise for a trip do not fail to put in a bottle of Dr Bells AntLPaln Achange of climate diet or water often deranges the stomach or bowels which is Instantly relieved by this wonderful Pain killer m The merchants of Hartford have actedwisely in closing their stores at 7 oclock in the evening that customers and shoppers may do their trading before night fall and give the merchants this much needed rest Cutting around the eyes should be avoided unless you are willing to make yourself subject for experimenting In surgery This Is unnecessary Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve will cure sore eyes and y ranulated lids when all others have failed It strengthens weak eyes m F Mr Joel Elmore Westerfield called to see us yesteiday a NCrtCMNWflllTII KSOWIXn- 40yran unniwiln thvKnnth irnrni Ilnglini MnIarIlFeitrt At Dnijrgtutii McuniUlOVIiottlc SSlMt I Delays are dangerous Those who have poor weak Impure blood should take Hoods Sarsaparilla at once It never disappoints Bost for tho Bowols No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your boweU are put right CAS CARETS help nature cure you without a grip or pain produce easy natural movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your health back CASCARET3 Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of Imitations Administratorss Notice All persons having claims against the late C T and N J Barnard deceased will present same to me at the residence of the late C T Barnard properly proven on or before June 1St 1930 or be forever debarred ELMRR BARNARD Administrator LOOK A MlTCII IH TInE KHVM iIi lloxlitV Tonic new lmirnrrtl truU bIenMntj tnkm In carljr Hprlng and Fall vie vent Clillln IHMIKUO and Mnlnrln Frmx Act on the liver toni Ui the njntrin hitter than Jululne flaiiruntml try It At lrnKKl t Me und 5100 l0ttlc SSWt Mrs Tom Brown and daughter Miss Norma of Centertown visited her daughter Mrs Fan Rogers yesterday Educate Your Jlcmel With Cuiearcti forever100ocWhen Bryan was nominated for President In 1896 the per capita cir culation of the country was 21 10 Bryan preached that only the adop tlon of his free silver craze could In crease the circulation But on May i 1900 the per capita circulation was 2658 aAPrLxAB-RItLt st Hn Hl You Hm Always BmgH Blptao YIor HER THROAT CUT Thlrtoon Yonr Old Girl As saultod and Murdered Near Chllllcotho Chillicothe Ohio May 22The most atrocious crime In the history ot this county was committed this after noon in the Concord township near the Fayette county line when a black fiend assaulted and murdered Ethel Long a white girl 13 years of age She was the daughter of Mrand Mrs Stephen Long whose home is on the farm oi James Starr three miles from the village of Austin on the pike leading to Washington Court House About 3 oclock the child was sent to a spring not far from the house for water She was gone so long that her mother sent her little brother to see what detained her He returned quickly and brought the report that his sister was lying dead near the spring with her throat cut from ear to earThe griefstricken mother ran to her dead daughter and soon discover ed that she was the victim ol a most lout ant heinous crime The father at work in the field with a heart full of vengeance started to search the county for the murderer and reaching Austin among others he found the sheriff of Clinton county return Ing from a trial at Frankfort An engineer on the C II D train which then pulled In said he had pasted a strange colored man between that place and Frankfort The engine was uncoupled and thestranger overtaken His clothes were blood stained and he was brought back regardless of his streneous denials to the scene of the crime His shoes fitted the tracks made In the vicinity ol the spring and his captors were con fident of his guilt The people met at Frankfort and the vicinity of the crime at 10 oclock and again began talking of organizing and coming to this city to lynch him The sheriff to prevent this sent the prisoner to Marietta on the night train in charge of a deputy shetlfl This precaution it was later learned was quite neces sary for the feeling has increased greatlyThe negro was so much scared and while he has not confessed the crime the proof is almost overwhelmingly against him A representative of the Commercial Tribune was on the ground a few minutes after the cap ture and saw the shoes fitted into the tracks he made The shoes tal lied exactly The mother of the child is prostrated and the family is torn with contentions as to whether it should call for vengeance and take the law Into its own hands or let the law protect the criminal The crime was most coldblooded for the brute had hidden himself in a clump oi ashbushes near the spring nod had pounced upon his unsuspec ting victim as she came for the water He never gave heron opportunity to cry out but threw a rope around her neck and choked her lie must have used a knife too for the cuts on the side ot her neck and on her forehead were made with a knife He had with him twenty thirty two centerfire cartridges but had no knife nor revolver although when seen before the crime he threatened to pull a revolver from his hippocket The crime is the worst ever commit ted in the history of the county Commercial Tribune l enlnrn CnniifM be Curritl- iy local application nfl tbronnot reach tie dlwiuwl portion of the ear There Ia only one why to cure deafnwunnd that In liy ronotltutlon ntremwJIei Italian I riibnetl by on Intlnmed condition ot the inucoijH Union ol tb Knitochlan Tab Vten thin tube Ret Inflamed yonlwvon ruinbllnRenund orlinpcrfrct hparinirand when It Is rntlrrly tloiml drafnnu the mult and union the Inflammation can Ie token out ant thin tube iwtored tn It normal condition hearing will lie ritroyed forewr nine mace oat ot ten a re canned catarrh which I nothing but an Inflamed ron dillon of the inncon nrface Wo will give One Hundred Dollar for nny ciaollvafnewi canned by catarrh that inn not be cured by HaUH Catarrh Can Hend lor clrculant free F J CHUNKY A CO Toledo O Hold liy IrngglIrne llnlla Family Illl nre the brat On account of Annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans Louis ville Ky May 3oth to June 3d 1900 the I C R R Will sell tickets from Beaver Dam to Louisville and return at the rate of 2 20 for round trip Tickets on sale May 28th to 3oth Limited for return June loth 1900 S B VANMETKR Agt Ii v Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged today to stand at the head of his profession in this line His exclusive method of treatment for Verlcocelc knifelorcases treatment Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily j ield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case lie makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his of lice or by mall Address J Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf 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 bruises in one third the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites qulnsey pains in the side and chest glandular and other swell Ings are quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 and 50 cts marmay IIv Are Tear Ideysl- DrltobbeSrsruusPItleureti kldner 111 pUfrie stifleS Ctlcwroof MVi J IIIJIIII IWI I14 1t 11 1111 flt1IerJi14ljUttM 1l wttUJttAiQtl w 441444t44Wt3WI 1 rYOur Moneys Worth f Just because its stylishand of superior quality isnt t any Indication that its high in price Its our constant effort to crowd the utmost value into every purchase we want you to have jjst a little more than your moneys worth the newest and best merchandise at prices that will make you feel that our store merits your trade No B matter tbe distance you may come youll find as others in your section that twill pay you to do your trading at our store Secure the Newest Its hardly good judgment to pay out money for some thing that isnt new and stylish thats only taking a step backward We especially recommend the following itemsthey have our personal guarantee as i quality r and they are the newest ideas on the market Youll find 1quality and price especially pleasinga newness in the styles weaves and colorings that will make it pleastant 5shopping for you Prints Ginghams Percalt Linens Dimities India Linens Duck Pique and all kinds of Woolen Drees Goo- daValues for the Children idn In buying fur the childrens needs youre anxious to secure what will give bert service Strong service reasonable prices coupled with proper styles hwhat andIgive you in the items for the childrens wear Child ford 2 to 5s at flOe G to 8s 75c 8J to Hs 85c Shoes lOc to 8100 We have a full and complete flue of Shoes for boys and girls Ii We pledge you your moneys worth in every Itransaction lull and plump valuesjust as low Iiin price as good goods can be soldjust as high Iiin quality as best makers can supply themjust rlascorrect for styles as its possible to secure them Mens Novelty Suits E If its Suits made from novelty cloths that you desire iii g we can supply you Were showing everything new and s uptodate in materials theyll be tailored in that match 3leM mannerso characteristic of Edward Rose Co Chi cago tailoring theyll be the swellest in your set Real 41 good suits those that fit you perfectlyneed not be o high priced Its just the other way if you come to us for them Respe- ctfullyChRSON I CO = ErCourt DocketJury Trials MayTorm 1900 MouiY StAY So 3032K II WalkerYev T King ivvj Nnrnh A llardln Ac nnba Huff A- c37MW I1 Jroy1 V Cuinpflel- dSOJJJo 1I1IIr1I C II II Co SMtTraiucll Iwnlty1I C II II Co TiciDAY MAY 29- 1Oo2J I Thompeonva1 C n R Co 4007A C JonesV L 1It 8t L II II Co 401 C H nlllrvoI C II n Co 4011J O lloonrvor C It II Co M18J T huntS AcJobnIllackbuinW- XDXEIDAY MAY 30 40St John H penccrY Town ot Fordsrllle 40254 M EkridgeYeJohn II Iblpp JIW A 1I1IIvoJRII It Cnrtl 403JW 8 ColoI C It It Co 401ft Jon C TftylorJoe II King TvuUAY May Ii 401010 T CuolrI C II II Co 4011Idn H UnnvEIIB A Cute 4042Wa MillerviA Wlnklebleck 4041 Iole tanham Ae11t Mldkltt Ac- 4015Hhelby Tlllorv Harry Tlchenor c- lOIGKIlia A utIIK Ilean 4017 Albert William eveOur KteYe- nCOUUTTIUAIH 34T5E II OllnII C Jamw Bill Fnd WlkloVI1 J Imncan A Co A Copy Attest H A AMUIRIMM irk e HAY STACK KNOLL Camp six miles from Manila P I April 6 1900 Editors REPUBLICAN and Fiiendly Readers This is a prairie knoll held on account ol Its commanding position on the llnelrom San Pedro Macati to Manila Bay at Barrio de San Rateal Thls Is a blistering knoll by day cool breezes are quite frequent but too much di luted with dust At night the temperature Is pleasant the breezes cool The great blue dome of visible space alive with glittering worlds has scarcely a cloudjorfar away a phantom pile of feathery lightness mocking the thirsty land with whiteness- I turn from the brilliant Southern cross that you never see in Old Ken tucky to the more familiar Polar Con stellationthe Great Bear I believe AprIl8The company has three outposts a total of thirteen men This with a large number on the sick rcpoit gives us three nights in or a guard every fourth day Between guards we amuse ouselves hauling water etc I dont want to be on the police force anyway You can see that this is very tiresome but weve seen stirring times since here in Luzon Company I slat Inft has had three men killed In action eight wounded and a total ot twenty dead of those who came to the Philippines with the company I believe the lighting ol importance U over and would be glad to take my place among the humble citizens of the grand old commonwealth of Kentucky but sup pose Ill have to bide a wee till my other year Is out J C BARNARD CoI atst Inf S The Owensboro Fair has new dates September 1 8th to 22nd With at tractive show rings for horses Wild West Automobile race Chariot races Acrobatic performances Innumerable side shows and five races each day with nearly 5060 in purses to the winners It will be the best Fair ever held in Western Kentucky OASTORABuriti Ki Kiml Ym Hm Almrs Eotf wIr Y We are told says an exchagekof a practical electrician who having been greatly disturbed by neighbors cats left out doors of nights has put up a electrical apparatus In his back yard which on his touching a buto r at his bedside give out such a discharge of electric sparks as sends all the cats home in a hurry G4 a t Does the Baby Thrive I If not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nour ish it she needs SCOTTS EMULSION It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby Is not nourished by its artificial food then it requires Scotts Emulsion Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Should be taken la summit mt well at winter sot ant ioo III druultU SCOTT tit DOWN ClureUu Nw York c Rough River Telephone Compa- nyrroBPouuo1 Talk being cheap and necessary should patronize home folks whore you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and in talking distance with the whole county and buslress- points genorallyby only paying a rent to the Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor expenseifHartford Ky for particulars- W connect wlh all Indent CMptfe I A Tho Kiuil Yon Ilnvo Always Bought nntl ivhfch has licca In use for over 30 years has borno tho slcrimtiiro of IIlsllcr1IfS Allow no OHO to deceive yon in thto All Counterfeits Imitations nnd U Justasgooti are lint Kxperlincnts that trlllo with nndcntlniiRcrtho health or Infants nnd Children Experience against Kvpcrimcnt What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops nnd Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Wormn nnd allays Fcvcrlshncss It cures Dlarrhueiv and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constliiatiou anti Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PannccarTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tim Signaturo of WAThe KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTAUR COMPANV TT MUHRAV ttTNCCT MCW OPH CITY U 4 Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natures most natural remeJy Improved by science to a Plcasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs anJ Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed anJ the inflamed membranes are healed anJ soothed so that ther is no inclination to cough SOLD BY AU GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c SOc and 100 Slue BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bells PinaTarHoney We sell three highest machines each capable ot producing sat isfactory work through years of constant use andet differing broadly from eachother in construction not all ofour cus tomers care for the same else why should we sell three We shall be glad to explain the points of advantage pos sessed ht1ch United Typewriter and Supplies Co 446 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky r 0 TIME AND SPACEnretho practically telegraph ocean annihilated cables systems and now belt the cir cumference of Old Earth in so many different directions Foreign parts arc no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia arc next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowIf we read TilE CHICAGO RECORD whose imporaniiyAmerican newspaper ever attempted so extensive a service and It is supplcmentel by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which Ire shaking the ntioiisof wars and rumors of wlrsof the threatening dUioliuinn of old governments and the establishment of new of the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information U the enterprising uptodate American newspaper THE CHICAGO RECORD FR1313A xI5IndlOMKuioiicon Uia rrvvrxn side will bo mullo to nny udtres Jrco of rn rorrljit cr iciiucKt cetcmp alad by Iwo Oront Mump to I thepocIlilrcss TUB CIUCAUO ituxuu ISI UaJlva LIce Cliljaio 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 35 x C DR IFtS- rw Tlnw fanl tnkIngcfct Snnibiv April Mh 110111101 linnn Non ii Iliiunil Nil lul Iu 44 u ill 11111 line ilM p III 111 tl Un 31 lU Hiinlh llonnil xii lit ilni IliUtn m No 101 illl 2i1i in Lorn VnlithtsNorth llonnil No 194 dnaftM n in Mintn llonnil No 191 dup SKI p ni Trnln No 104 will Mop fur Owrnnboro l lnt anil Lonlnvllln pnuwnirent only H II VAxMnrn ARcnt MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS In rpntkhiR lit 1110 i roll Iniy dont forget vonr own lttiiiiilr thu tiOli kuhn or 10 tltiitliIilliiiii Ilirow II pfonp- It wi IlilVi IliittllftK 11010l- Iullolk ut HUM hoI TU Ixttrr wiMiimiiiiMHviit limit Ami trout that point InKin- Ve hwy no right to Juilff n titan rmllhMii kitty trfedi ribimlil we nut Illw hlit p inHinv- V1 know fIt world Is wlile Sum inxy hsvr fault ami who him nut Thi oM UK wrtl HI young Ivrbat4 vtt wily forn tight we know llivIHtytiith lr iiii Ill tril viu of H Mt r Ilun And Suit It work full writ To try your own ilrfnt In run IMcHTifnllKiitrll And tliiiiitfh I miHwtlttWi hup- No to 10 inon than noioi I know My own MiortMinilHffM Mil ni M The Molt of iillwr go Thrti lit us nit when we timinif IMII To KhUHlrr 110 for Think ot tlii hurra our wonl will ito To thou we little know ItenitMnlMT rtirniii HonietliuiH like our fbtrkrHM riMwit at hum Itont rprak of othirM finlt nntll- vW hnve uoiw ot our own Kx Good old Granny Metcalf of Ken tuck 89 years old says that Dr Bells PineTar Honey is the best Grip cure Cough Lung and Bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life Sold every whue m a Marrlago and Success Not long ago a young man who had the good fortune to be born rich and who has been sent to congress from a Tammany district in New York declared or is alleged to have declared that when a man married he ended his career Mr William Astor Chan ler the gentleman to whom this dec iration is attributed is not married md it wculd seem therefore that what he has to say concerning the idvantages or disadvantages that fol ow matrimony is hardly worth con sidering seriously But discussion has been started concerning the sub ject and the people who have had ex perlence in wedlock are being drawn into the controversy Of course Kipling is quoted Those who look upon marriage as a bar t progress find a text in his lines enti tied Without handicap in The Story ol the Gadsbys where he sings WhIte hand illntt to the tlntittmil rrtn Slipping t 1w pur trout tin booted lutl Trndviwt iuIur try Turn nwtln Roil HpN turiiUh tliewnliliurdi ntwlj High homi tude on n warm htarthtone He trwvel the fimtent whit trnvilH nlon This however is not the only one that Kipling sounds against women Ve all remember how in The Vam pire he holds her up to scorn and deprecates the irfluence she has upor man Indeed there is very little ot Kiplings poetry that is not given over in some degree to belittling woman or picturing her as a being who is morally deficit Whether this tad is or is not responsible for the viril ity some people find in Kipllngt works doesnt matter lie is a HUH rod without a pedestal now and his opinion is tobbed ot weight anyway If Btigham II Roberts were to join Mr Chanler in the opinion that mar riage was a handicap to the man who would succeed it might be reasonable to give him serious attention But he has not rendered an opinion of that Constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver Is out of order Tho best medicine to rouso the liver and cure all these Ills Is fount In Hoods Pills23 cents Sold by all medicine de- alersILYONSI LAXATIVE i j SYRUPI i NATURES CURl FOR j i CONSTIPATION made from the ciocet extracts of lis and IVuiiJ contains nu In drugs and Ith Kst pre that cn tj coKrinundeJ for I tile cure of Coiispub Hiliousncss Sick Headache NwrousneiS rnJ tt dIspel ColJs rind IveS It trlve out all tf tie MosJ auc makes the complslii coir If you do not llc U Iclur tlian any yourdruggistI An Ideal rlmedyfreIIIJren as as adults sa1 by druggists tt soc per bottle ronCAICA ItyJII KyIIrJO DrH hW Treats All Diseases Ills Method Invariably CtircH All Catarrhal Dronchlal Luiiff Stow ncli Liver Kidney nmlOtlicr Com plaints ns Welt m All Disease mid Weaknesses of Women uIll lIr llathawa most extensive practice co erlnR A period of mom t liau 20 j onrslio lias been called upon to treat all manner of disease of men and women and along the wliolo lino of human ailments he bns been uniformly suc restful Dr llathairayi me thod of troatincut self directly ut tlie eat of till tr000le lurlll1 In OUti anJthoproduce tho diseased conditions Ycarl ho restores to crfeet sutYrrersTreatedthina Hay Peter Iuns Complaints Stomach Ufer and Kidney Diseases l ihesTumors Can yen Eczema and all manner of skin affection withimany diseases by which to many women are artlletwl IIrllalllaI omtMI are OUIII andAppllancoswhich at well at the microscope no has world wide fame at an expert All of the medicine used by Dr Hathaway aro compounded In lilt own laboratories under lilt personal direction and special remedies are prepared for earls In dividual case acicrdlne to Its requirements aExamInationDlanks applylnRtothedlllerentdUegies which ho tends free on application No I for Men No 2 for Women No jforSkln Diseases No 4 for Catarrhal Diseases No 1 for Kidney Drlhatliaway makes nocharee Consultation for consultation at either lilt Free office or l y mall i J NEWTON HATHAWAY At D Iir llutlmwuy Jt Co 309 Church Street livlltr TrllllJ- IKXTIOVTIIMIMrKHWIIKVWItlTINU kindNow what proof have they to ofler who contend that marriage blocks the way to greatness Who and where are the striking geniuses that have been roobed ol immortality by their wives Why dont they come out and explain what they might have been if they had never itmried How ate people to know that marriage is a handicap unless it can be proved in some way that nmried men who are now unknow would il they had remained single bj getting inter viewed by reporters occasional Certainly the number ol bachelors tuiong the worlds great men either of the past or of the present would not be sufficient to warrant such a con elusion as Congressman Chanler If reported to have formed Here for instance is a table which will show at a glance whether matrimony is ending the careers of ambitious Amer Icans or not- Married or widowers President McKinley and all members of his c ib inst All members of the suprme court All Unite States Senators About 99 per cent of the represent lives All or nearly all governors of states Commanding general ot the army Admiral ol the navy twice All the prominent business tnsti All the great physician Nearly vty body else worth knovlng Bachelors David B Hill William Astor Chanler Hobson st have forgotten his other name A good many years ago Ralph Wal do Emerson wrote No young man can be cheated out of an honorable career in life unless be cheats himself We are disposed to believe that Em erson knew more about it than Mr Chanler does even though the former might not have been able to get elect ed to the position of justice court ailiff In a Tammany district The man who blames his wile because he isns great should be watched lIes ptobably depriving the babof so much that it is supposed to be get ting from the nursing bottle Chlca go Times Herald CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho dgnaturoofIt a that there are five thousand lepers In the United States and a bill has been introduced in Con gress to provide a reservation where they way enter into voluntary isola tion Leprosy is a germ disease and all measures should be uwl to pre vent its spread Thediseise tht Iris ever been regarded as the most I aru symbol of Kin Itill ret his IM f gut iul chnrict il ties and vliethrr i It physical or spitnti il we MiouM vle its slightest touch lixc i uigc I consider It ui t only n pc We hut i duty I owe tu my titiIitiut ttell rtbctil the svituerlulcure Inclvd In my case by the ttinrly usi I Cliiu hcilainV Colic Cholera anr Inrihoei Remfv I was tiikrn very hulls with flux urid ptocucd hIt of thi remedy A fti IOMS nl t iff celtpermanent cute I rfke i KiMire if rtcoiumendlnii it to others nid tint from tht drenlul dlsease J W fyrcli Dot r W VI 1hlltluoI I sold b3 X Wayne GriQli Urn m When Bryan wis nominated lot President in 1896 tlu psr capUa cir culatlon of the cotiiitty V45 11 to Bryan pleached that only the Ad p tints of his free sliver crz could in crease the circulation Hut on Ma I 19t0 the per capita ciiculiion was 26 58 Walkers Tonic alli nature In the relief and cure of ail diseases arising from disorders of the Brain Ucait and Nerves It is a Brain fod Heart Tonic and Nerve nourishment ni Could Not Drown The water ol Great S tit Like is clear floe1white I salt it 13 one ol the purest RUt tnb t concentrated brines in the vvotld Iti wnttrs give sustenance to no living InfectIJrbrtllur and the bathing is the most perfect fea hithinn III tlic whole ol Noitlt AtucHn or III llurope NJ- human bodycan sink in it iOlle may nctuilly walk the wtter no matter how deep it is Your body dcrslaboeSit down in It Its woudeilul bouy jancy must be experienced to be real zeil No knowledge of cwlming Is nrces arj one may enter the lake without the slightest cur till jou h ive to do is to lie down nnd fl at hut to twlm III it that is another thing When your hand is put under water to make a stroke sour fret will nJt go down it is impossible to keep more than one part of the brly under the water at n time You ctnnnt swim but you tuay fiat on your back with your arms crossed under your head with as much ease as if on your couch in your own room The water is so salty that it cannot be swallowed strangulationIt eye gives p But bathing in the Great Salt Lake is refreshing and invigorating notwithstanding the body has to be reo natbed in fresh water afterward to remove the immense quantity of salt that adheres to the skin It is hard work to make any headway even against the smallest waves He MndWhlte ruwith of 14r- OR DPiU I ItcE aii HUUIUI co otc 104 North Prynr Si r 5582 Immigrants In ono Day The largest number rf Immigrants ver recorded as entering the poit of New York In a single lay was admitted by the Immigration Comumsion it that port lust Wednesday They Mine in six ships antI number 5582 V large propuHou of them were Ger nans On the preceeding day 3000 Germans arrived ctLYsOATAU In all Ira atagee tberu o- thould be elewlDetl fltR Elys Cream Balm deaneorthe and hutia tin diKa lmembrane 5 It enro catarrh an 1 drivn away a cold in Site hiaJ quirky Cream Ualra fu placed Into the nostril ipreaili over the taembraiie and Is absorbed Rellif U lu nedlate and cure folutt It Is Oat drjnR Jixs tint produce nctn Lurgo Sac CO ccnti at Dui SisitiiTbymsil Trials SO cents by nnii ELY BUOTUEIW Di W rrcn Saect hw York TirJOur fee returned If we full Anyone sendingI sketch and description of any Invention will roncrnloitblatent tent upon request IattDts secured through us advertised sale at our latent taken out through us receive ajwelai notice wlthoutcharge Tile PATENT RBCORK an Illuitratetl and circulated journal dmflaltol by Manufacturers mid Investors Scud lotl mplcop FREE Addie VICTOR J EVANS A CO Patent AttorneyS Evans Building WASHINGTON D Co tlrvsts with whether t mtlnifi lb- nrublItIo1toaou baSil ItOTOllA 1 rrmofrt tfcil ilr tor tobacco wltB outntrvouidutrti irclsnlent Hue purtfits tb bl stores naobw s b tpo000lDtiftdpucbet 0 TOllA C from nr own drunriilwboII muhfouTbiliptIottI7prtinti7Obosi nsranteed tar re or we reruaa mnnef lwUi Zdgc tkk1 Iizot I C- lotINSoMNIA t urIDover twenty years and I can toy that Cuscorela romedy mend thorn to my friends an being nil they are represented Taos UILLAIIU Elgin IlL CANDY CATHARTIC YgADIMASPI afeseisaco JIIh dItI Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune nnd Harsh B Shatohpeares description flta thou women are cross duo tothemselvessweet dispositions are gone and like lintthereMcELREES Wine of Cardui It brings health to the womanly organism and health there means strengthItsufferingthe most perfect remedy ever devised perfecthealth druggistsFor symptomspartment The Chattanooga Medi clue Co Chattanooga Tenn 11EV J IV SMITH CniSden S c I lion1tIIItIIbtr f fcEHTitlie caawnell Caliccrwas couishlcrr4oIncuirable M leproty 1FNorI- NCURABLErnyMCiaiisiiMii I ricittla COtIli give lime relief or ciicoiirii4c11 to one iiinioleil with title terrible disease lIven now tliicturn Ifno remedy far this fenrful malady while admitting it to hen lilixxl disrau they still insist that thete is no hope outside of a surgical operation mid mlvlse you to have the Cancer cut out but at the name time cannot assure yot that it not return Von miyiit 01 haw out Ilic wire lint another will conic in Its place for the disease is in the blood Is dif tatnl nnd ilrstriidive and Ixyond the reach of the surgeons knlfor caustic llcslMlestroylng plasters The blood must lie purMitil und btitiijtlieiieil the hyMcm itliivcd of ull pollutions effete matter before the Cancer sore wilt heal S S S Lathe only medicine that can overcome hue owerfnlalillrontamillollllF poiouli and force it out of the blood It builds tip nnd invigorates the old antI supplien new rich is n vegrtalile remedy no mineral upontheCAncer It hot always itilicrited your fUlllily hIlly be free ftont any taint yet ollr blood uiiay beciustie 611polllliell that a severe ttiayImpureor burl it little pimple on the eyelid lip or nose a small lump on the jaw or breast A harmlrs looking wart or mole nnd otliei innsrH MI insignificant as to attract little or no attention If you have nil olntinale Slue donl rrly niton Mtlven 01 oinlineiitK to due IIbegl with S S Sat tltIe t It uuiii eleane sonr MoOttlit tirevetit the IlIrlllllliII aioa 11 Ibaeeveriorthis Addios THE SWIFT SPrCIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA A 12 BATH CABINET FOR ONLY 500 Our Standard Folding Turkish B th Cabinet Guaranteed to be the Best of 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their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while Quinine drivcs malaria out ofthe system Any reliable druggist will tell you Groves IS Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics imitations analysis of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect are experimenting when you take Groves its superioritySand excellence having long been established Groves is the only Cure sold throughout entire malarial sections of the United States Cure No Pay Price soc Spit KuiuVe oixily fincvcr mul ChIC NoTo iiiilrr Wirliir trniig cimran free KriniOv Yntli Illinois Central RailroadrIIn11luol Memphis Orleans11 1IIKAVNAH 4MOAIKOIIVI urltiiiinnnMOIMIvlll through tii Orlnunii South llnnti1 tullIollnllrluwThi Truo Homo California No Blizzards Cold Woathor Snow- fliockadeR Iinglnuiuigcrtu Swim whirl Infnrinntloii mnnrnlntr to Tumiluja PII HvpfccrB 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