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bnnlnrn rntruttnl to him Office In HmniiCAX tiulMliin R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hit pmfnwlon In thconrtnf Ohio mil idlolnliiK conntlei Alno Notary Public SouthernRailway Through Eight lint Southern Htnt v- KENTUOKYTKNNKSSKE South CAUOLINiAIABA lt VIR GIA mid MISSISSIPPI II 143 Ullrs Three Dally Trains Itetireen Iouvllle and iezlnton tibwrvntlon Chair Curs Trains lenve Rod arrive LonlvUlo from leronlh Ktnwt Union IMiot connwtlnff with trnliM ot the llllpols Central Railroad and L II A Ht I R It For Information address A Wimxix I A T A ID 4th Ave Louisville Wu r A taulsvlll j It CULP Trade Mnnagtr unMnirW A Tu M Uifl r s pot J to rTHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN IFi n TRIBUTE Elegant Speech of Private Sec rotary J L Early wine Nominating ExCov Bradley for D DologatoatLargo The rpetch otJ L Earlywlne for mer private secretaty ol Governor Bradley at the Louisville convention I placing the late Chief Executive in nomination for delegate at large was an elegant effort nod stapmed the speaker as n riSIng tutor In response to several requests the Leader takes pleasure in printing it InluIas fol lowsMr Chairman nod Gentlemen of the ConventlonTo be is mortal to be great is immortal My story is the lifework of a gieat man From the tomb of fifty summers the past is roll ed back and I see a mothers hand upon the cradle of her babe Don 1 the wind ol the years comes her lullaby as she sings to her sleeping child Its bitth was not miraculous iti lift lis rIot marvelous Alter the wanner theIthat still cot when deep has dried Its tears nnd hushed its prattle there sometimes lilts a ridlant dream born ol above that oer other cradles hov notCenturies ago this stranger dream hall whispered to the slumbering child by the rushing ol the Nile from the temples ol Carthage it hall called to IIinnihil by the waves of Jlhc sea it had spoken to the child of Corsica i ballilofofMt Vernon it sat by tbe pine I knots in the cabin ol Lincoln It was the drenm ol an eartniborn mlsstonI or a weaver of the destines children ol men- The summers come anti go and the child waxes strong It steps from the swaddling bands of Infancy Into the toga of childnod It is told the story ol un unfoitunatc Race Over the back of the slnvc It hears the crack of the lash The soil is mnistened by the sweat ol bondage Abroad in tbe land is heard the wail of separation I the thiobblng of broken hearts tbeI clanking of fetters And around its nll hsmin njtossnIJofloveThe years with untiring footsteps glide onward I see him as he goes Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls ourates and lessens ambition beauty vigor one a I cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys out order or diseasedKidney so prevalent n It Is not uncommon for a child to be born f weak kid neys lithe child too often If the urine seal- reaches the flesh or If when the child an age when It should be able to the It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney and the first step should be the treatment these Important organs This unpleasant Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect SwampRoot Is soon It Is sold by druggists In fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have sample bottle by mall and are of trouble has that afflicted with urinates control trouble towards of trouble bladder bladder trouble of realized free also pamphlet tell nome of PtwpltooL Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper to school with mothers kiss upon forehead The dream of that life btu lelt the cradle and spreads its wings over the couch of the student By the days of man are few and III ol trouble There comes a time whet adversity enters that home I see him cross the hreshhold give one last long lingering look bacwards and upon the boy of fourteen tbe door of the school house close forever The fury ol the storm may bend the oak but it breaks not Upon the floor of the Legislature I see a page Be fore that body I bear the reading of e1ghlteengreat struggle is on Pierced by the shafts of ridicule torn by the thorns of poverty stag gerlng under tbe burden of the poor he toils onr in the dingy attic office which is lit up by visions of thefuture brighter than the transcendant rays of Morn which shoot from oer the battlements of the East More glo rious than a prophets sight sweeter than Sirens song is the yearning of greatnessIAmbition fol lows Hope while Disappointment limps on behind Could he on whose brow genius hath placed the laurels of fame in the cloudlets sky of liles young morning when Spring murmured among the roses and the earth was enchanted with her kiss when the waters laughed as they romped to the sea and the air was redolent with the songs awakening nature could be behind the horizon have felt the keen thrust of gratitude his feet have known the thorny pathway that leads to eminence could his breast have felt the keen thrust ingratitude and his back the foul stab of treachery could he have experienced the pelt I jug that pittiless storm of vltuperaI tion and abuse could he seen smirking face ol envy could he have j heard the howling raging tempest of party denunciation and political ant mosity would he not in the Gethse rnene ofhfs bolitude have prayed that this cup of bitterness be passed from meDuring the turmoil of revolution when rebellion tries in her frenzy to bleak asunder the bonds of Union through the rifts in the smoke in the lone watches of the night I see a sentinel And alter the angels of peace have rolled away the gray clouds of war I see that sentinel join the ranks ot the Republican party That patty In Kentucky numbered only 39000 gling against tbe vlciated and prejudiced sentiment cf the South It was tbe dark days of Kuklux oi intimidation the days of the reconstruction But the morning dawneth and there is light in the East Ills first race is made and he is elected County Attor ney Genius loiters not neither will she zest lie make his race for Congress I hear his clarion voice as he calls together his legions Youth is pitted against maturity inexperience against expetlencc talent against cunning ability against ingenuity and the Democratic majority In the oldeighth Congressional district U reduced from 1600 to 500 Beyond the Alps lies Italy I see him tbe nominee ol his party for tbe highest office within the gift of the people of this State and his standard flaunts defiantly in the face of over whelming odds Nothing daunted is sometimes gained and against the onslaughts of genius majorities will fall From the hills and valleys from tbe towns and cities from the byways and highways from the land ol blue grass to the land where the pine mingles its lullabies with the clouds this apostle of Lincoln enumerates the eternal principals of his party And after the struggle Democracy looking over the field stood aghast for in the language of Phyrrus Another such victory and I am lost Uuder the blows of this Hercules the insur n N 41Efi fifJ1 91 1 Q g BLOOD POISON1 If you erer contracted soy Blood Disease you ore oerer aar nnl st the Tin or I I ymptomlbutileaN symptom Sore throat ulcers on Ibe toauoor lxi the onouth hair fallnr outach Inffpalntltculnesti of the aklu coreaor bfotcbca on the body eyes red and smart alomacb actual weakness Indications of the secondary stage Dont trust to tack Dont ruin your system with the old fogy treatmentmercury and potashwelch only suppresses Ii ymptoms for a only to break out aealn when happy la domMllc let experiment on you Our NEW METHOD TREATMENT coaranteed incur you Our Runrantc s arc backed p1l1talhne I poolteeNERVOUS DEBILITYOUR NEW MRTHOD TRRAT1IRNT will cure oa and make a maD of OD Under Its Influence the brain becomes active the blood purified to that all pimples blotcbrs and ulcers disappear the nerves become strong as steel so tlta nervousness basbftlnewi and despondency disappear the become bright tbe face fall and clear returns to moral physical and sex nat systems are Invigorated sit drains cease no moe vital waste front the system The various organs come natural and manly You feel yourself a man and know marriage cannot boa failure We la lte lIlbe aftllcltd to CODIlt CODfideall1l1 and free of charge Lont let kMAfakirs rob you of your hardearned dollar WIt W11TICUHE YOU OR We treat ODd cure UERVOUS IJFIILITY SXUALWEAKNESS EMISSIONS HYPHIUS OIEET STRICTURE VARICOCKLE KIDNEY and IILADDEK DISEASES and all diseases peculiar to men aed twd contemplatingtillIIJLLLILIIL a1 Our New Method Treatment cure I ree No matter who has treated you write for an honest opinion Free of Charge Charges reasonable Hooks less The Golden Monttor illiustratedl on 0 men of Women The Wages of Sin Varlcocele Stricture aol Gleet All sent Free seated No medicine sent C 0 D No names on buts or envelopes EverjlMng oonfldinllal Question list and Cost ol Treatment FREE for Home Curs DBS KENNEDY KERGAN 628 WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO flI17000 I The fame of this man abroad 1or like Clay not only in the sttengfh of his arm lelt in Kentucky but writes his name across the States the Union and the magic ot his or4 tore thrills the conventions of the Nation The place of mans nativity often controls his destiny hind this man been a dweller ol the North hit worth would have been more appre ciated and long ago he would have been President of these United States And alter eight years it came to pass that Moses stretched forth his hand oer the sea and the tea return ed to its strength and Iharoah 8 army was drowned Again the two armies met On tbt left is pitched the cohorts of Democracy and their banners ol silver float In the breeze On the right is en camped legions ol the opposition over wbose helmets ol gold the sun casts a skimmer of glory Long theconflict lasts and fiercer grows the fight but as the hours wear on the strength of this man grows apace and rising inI his might he trails in the dust tbeI banner of silver he smites the Goliah IIbthe robings of glory she smiles up on those in the gloom of detent she frowns Oratory persuades convinces genius converts SeparatI ed they are admirable combined theytare marvelous and combined in nan marvelous is the tale From Jthe8y from forty five thousand in 83 InI7 95 the floods decended the winds blew the rain poured andtthe house built upon the sand great was its fall But in 96 tbeC dose Is repeated and McRIle car I rles Kentucky by ten tbousandtAnd alter these wonders it came to IIwereol unrighteousness settled over their tents for they had become degenerate and unholy and their hour of disso lution was nt hand Long bad the great forefathers sleptoand the few who remained ranks and some sought homes in othAer states for the land ol awayfromp hrrP tJtiifi we down into the land of Kentucky and took charge of the children of Democdracy for they were without a And it came to pass that thcie was framed an election law conceived indIniquity and born in sin weighed sorely upon the children of Democracy and took from them their freedom and they were slaves And- omany crossed over to the other side and there was much confusion andfdistress And they called for from other States for in their own land they had no leaders and many were the strangers who came down Into the land ot Kentucky to teachtthe people and to occupy the o the old leaders for they had degenergated from the Clays to the Campbellshams and deplorable was their condi tionAmidstthe trains of music and thehmultitudinous applause of the nnds I hear the promise oi the first Republican Governor to the peoples In entering upon the the duties of the high office to whichtI have been chosen I leave hind No longer am I a Republicanw neither am I the leader o any cal party but I am now and shall bedTUB GOVERNOR OF ALL PEOPLEUnder his wise and able atiministrattion the afhirsof State prospei and blossomed as the rose Upsn no executive who ever occupied that high trust in Kentucky have the duties fell more heavily or been more onerous nor have any shoulders been broader or more nble to bear them When grey eyed Dawn stalked fromJ noondyburEtows fell how the wings of the evenings and night loosening her brooded over the Commonwealthb over by his desk has even ed Justice who guided his pIn andlpointed out the truth and wisdom To follow the details ol this mans administration would be to tread the mazes of the labyrinth of Ariadue I see him contending with toll gates raider with mountain feuds his Is consumed in the considerations the most aggravated and intri cate criminal cases he combats at every step the reckless unAmenicanTand iniquitous Legislatures whose partisan prejudice would be a fittingT prelude to the Imperial Edicts of or the Spanish Inquisition and whose memory is a dangerous cancer upon the breast of Kentucky The n lairs of State are ably carried I on during the inquietude caused by a foreign war I see him without promise of remuneration upon hi own responsibility fit ont and take command of trains to carry back to their native soil from the camps of the South and East the sick soldiers IofKentucky He recommends the passage of law whereby State Institutions shall be removed entirely from politics laws suppressing mob violence and moun stain feuds reducing the curient ex penses of the Government and abolish lag certain useless offices laws to em ploy the idle convict labor of the State in the iraproyment of the public highways but his appeals for the correc tion of these pressing needs feU upon deaf ears for the time of the Legislature was consumed in hawing politi cat laws and In moulding golden calf which upon the bended knees 0I hypocrtcy they worshipped The bonded Indebtedness of the State is paid cff taxation reduced state institutions improved and mod ernized and expenses of running same lowered nail State bonds sold for a higher premium than those of other state in the Union with the exception of New York- I see him extend execution clemen to the oppressed Negro take from blow the crown of thorns and lift from his back the cross of oppression Ills noble defence in behalf of his de spised and rejected Race and his re buke to its White Oppressors were born of that same spirit from above stlled the tempest and cried toihe waves on Gallilee Peace be still And when hip eyes close for he last time in that great sleep andtis lips have grown silent with the fioatIbhatf eartly cathedral Too long havetdisgraced the laIr name ot KensAs long as I dm of the Commonwealth no man however obscure and friendless shall be pun shed for killing a member of a mobtwhite or black who comes to life or drive him from his homeiDown in the National arnauga in the camp of the great of the silent where the winds f the South murmur a requiem over that sleep stands a monument nd there it will stand through thepbuds and rains ol springs anc1sunohummeramldstili of shadows It shall crumble and the flit ing of the years shall beat It intol ust but across its sides oi granites this man has written words willw ive on when the graves give up theiri ead and over that camp of the of ing the trump ol the Arch Angel shall sound the last revelle As we areMunited in life and they in death a ne monument perpetuate their desnd one people forgetful ol asperities w forever hold in grateful remembrances the gloilesol that terrible conflict l which made all men tree and retained every star on the Nations flig The days ol man run quickly From he cradle to the tQcib is but a step tile palace to the cottage but a lance The scepter makes the king l the plow the yoeman and principle the man lie steps from the chair of is Chief Executive into the trenches of liberty For month uncomplaining and almost without compensation e has lought for the llbesties ol tbe people and tolled on when the bravest ave faltered and fallen by the ways ide and those on the watchtowers ave grown weary and slept And II i he Republicans win out what Did say IF As certain as spting follows inter as sure as the life beyong the rave as certain as the sun lights the ay and the moon the night as sure as the stars sing their symphonies in he heavens and hang throbbing on he bosom of the Infinite that certain for four years will Taylor be Gov ernor of Kentucky As this man stands in the august- spresence of the supreme tribunal oi the Nation and lilts up his voice in I defense of right and justice I see the icture of a mountain In the gray mazy distance frock boweled snowcapped pine belted by lightening thunder riven by volcanoes battleground nd tomb ol the enemies covered with moss strewn by the ages beaten by the storms and tempestsjlashedby the everwlnd silent and rearing its cloudmantled shoulders far into heavens blue ezure for ages It has stood and forges it will stand above the roar and wirl ol human prejudice looking in its grandeur and strength Ibeyond the stars that roll on In their solitude re gardless of man and his afialrs below wart1s the face ol tbe Omnlpitint his is the image that man always calls to mindhG he nameol this mutchless statesman this stern man of justbe he of white robed mercy this rugged man oi toll this champion and Idol of the peoplep now place in nomination convention for a delegate from the State at large to the National Conven I tion It is useless for me to call hiss name for it 111 known at every fireside his picture hangs in every home With indomitable energy nnd re sistless perseverance he has climbed from penury to plenty from obscuri toweringsconspicuous among the intellectual giants ot the Nation stands William O Bradley Leader Let we say I have used Elys Cream Balm for catarrh and thoroughly recommend it lor what it claims Very truly Rev H W Hathaway Eliza bethNJ I tried Elys Creaw Balm and to all appearances am cured ofcatarrh The terrible headaches from which I long suflerednre goueV J Hitchcock late Major U S Vol and A A Gen Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold bydruggistsat socts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New Yor- kWorms Eating Apple Troo Loaves M S Ohio Your apple trees are infested with spring canker worms which is by many confunded with the tent caterpillar The canker worm is about one Inch in length They some times let themselves down by a small I splier wed like thread and if other trees are near by they are blown to them by the wind They are exceed voracious and in a short period destroy all the leaves of a tree and its bearing for that year andI he next If not checked the tree fi nally dies The worm is produced from eggs of an earth colored hug which having continued in the ground during the winter passes up on the 1 of apple trees early in the- pring The female moth that lays he eggs wingless while the male is mall of body and large of wing and ol easy flight The female deposits its eggs upon tbe branches and then dies eggs hatch about May I to 15 and he worm immediately begins its rav g a They attain their full growth n about four weeks when they drop or crawl to the ground and decend Into it until another season A band of heavy paper placed around the tree early in the spilug smeared with tar r printers ink will keep the female rom crawling up the tree The soil under thr tree should be well stirred in the tall of the year and a heavy coat five feet from the trunk When he worms are depredating on the eaves they may be destroyed by- praying the trees reaching under as ell as on top of the leaves with pars green To make this solutiontake pails green i pound water 200I gallons fresh slacked lime 2 pounds ake the poison into a thin paint in small quantity of water and thenI ad the lime Then stir it into theater for spraying While spraying stir the water in the barrel frequent yBbadcpQuit coughing is easy enough II your know how to do it The best way to quit Is to take one dose of Dr Bells PineTarHoney Summer coughs ung coughs winter coughs bronchial s couchs or any kind of a cough or cald speedily cured by the use of this remedy Children love It Old people like It m Why Some Husbands Llo If truth Is stranger than fiction aid an amateur cynic of this city its well for a fellow to fib a little when he wants to be believed Not long ago to give you an Illustration a young friend of mine who works for a certain shipping house bell was de tained at the office until alter mid night and just before leaving atterap ted to replace a letter file on a high winging shelf In so doing he dislodged a ledger which struck him on the bridge ol toe nose as it fell and knocked off a good sized section cf kin besides blacking one 01 his eyes occupy the adjoining office and hearing the rack t went In and helped him patch up Now I happened to know that this young man had a wife who was inclined to be very susplc lous antI as he was going I asked him what he proposed to tell her about the accident Why Ill tell her exactly what happened he said Its perfectly plain and simple Thats ust the trouble said I its so plain and simple that shell never believe it in the world Shell think you made it up to conceal something terrible and will be very unhappy It is your duty in such a case to do a little ly ing But what shall I tell her then he asked looking puzzled Tell lien said I that you heard a row in the street and going to the window saw the Italian fiuit vendor on the oppo ite corner yelling at some boys who ad just robbed his stand While you had your head out he hurlded an apple at the urchins and it flew wild and hit you In the eye But good heavens he piotested thats a most- reposterous yarn Hert we are on I the third floor so how on earth could be hit by an apple thrown at a boy IF YOU WANTF- irstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Rea nnhIA OFFICIAL MILD TAYLOR IlTTLocAMlitantU wODlcaCOrelIfUartll In the street You dont pretend to know I replied all you can say Is that It happened I finally got him to promise he would do exactly as I advised arid next day he came down all smiles It worked to a charm appleiI knew sound ed incredible and might easily enough have invented some plausible fiction to account for my eye but I preferred to tell her the exact truth on all oc caslons Well she simply beamed continued my friend John she said to me dont you ever be afraid to tell your little wife the truth no matter how wild it sounds You can always depend on her commonsense I really believe I averted serious trouble in tbfU family said the ama ture cynic thoughtfully New Or leans Times Democrat aHowtoTako Cod Liver Oil Nearly everyone knows that when they are thlit there is no remedy in the world equal to cod liver oil to make them fleshy Yet there is noth ing against which they rebel more promptly There were a great many ways recommended to make cod liver oil pleasant Among those we would mention placing a pinch of salt in the mouth before and after taking the dose of oil Syrup ol bitter orange peel was also recommended But now all this unnecessary Science has found a way of making cod liver oil not only pleasant to take but easy to digest Messrs Scott Bowne have brought this science to perfection InI their Scotts Emulsion which fs cod liver oil free from disagreeable odor pnd taste and already partly digested Are r Nfy Mrs It a Evwly MrsLC Evcri 605 Diamond Street Pa nyit I feel weAl never felt tttert thanks tor your at tention and Poruna I will be glad to do all I can In the way of advancing the ale ot your valuable medicine I do think Poruna the Lest medicine I have Road what in elderly woman saysa who hu placed through all the hases crises and of girl ood womanhood and motherhood I believe that every woman in the World ought to have Peruna on hand all the time for tf she gets tired Peru na retre hes her if she gets nervous It oothes hen It cheers I rm To iro anywhere with my face in thIs verynaturalaol eruption on the face is the greatest of calamities her very beauty seeming to ness Eruptions blotches pimples etc are surface signs of the the skin wasvery1 of 116 Weil Stain St Bsttlecreek Such ndrordrrtllemenltakeaonetntirelycured thebowela She Shall I go and hold your hand n mine when you ask papa for we lieIf you dont mind Id rather youd hold papas feet Yonkers Statesmean GIRLHOOD WOMANHOOD AND MOTHERHOOD thePelvic Philadelphia klllgPoruna experiences delnondent1t Ashamed NinetyelKhtMedicalDiscovery GoldenMedical ItIncreasing DiscoVtrycleanses allIrregularltle expectantmothernursing mother both for herself and for her child and finally when the change of life comes on no medicine on earth U of squat efficacy to the woman In this critical period Surely Pernna is the womans friend That catarrh has any relation to bar manyItAUU u auvw iNiIelrale to every organ ot tho bodv Mrs L Y medicine did me a wonderful amountofgood It aured moor barrenness I am thirty years old and had never borne any j children bnte since beginning 1 your medicine I gao birth to a tenpound baby girl Sho Is now six months old and weighs twen ty1I YO pound My friend were all surprised Some would not believe it until they came to see me My husband says he never saw such a hange in anyone as there was In me afisr I had taken three or four bottles of Perana I am stronger than I han been ilnco I was quite young God bless you and your medicine forever Address Dr Hartman Columbus On loonRWfrlOmL DICTIONARY I nFADictionary of ENGLISH Geography Fiction etc a What better Investment could bo made than in a copy of the International T This royal quarto volume Is a vast storehouse ot valuable information arranged in a convenient form for hand eye L anti mind Itis more widely used as standard authority than any 1 other dictionary In tho world It should be In every I t Scottlihfaa taPvH htn5t fnti l Ma U S A It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Cold Car 25 cents for a halt Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you can enjoy os much freedom and elSe as you please If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch The ladies will In the splendid ladles lounging room with Its lounge and Inviting ann chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have meals In this car at any hour you want them order most anything want from A porterhouse steak or A spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long as you please to eat It and you will only have to pay for what you order TheCottonBeltlsthsdlrectllnetoTszu Its trains run through from Cairo sad Memphis to Tins without hop Dlwet eonneetlons are made at Its junctions for all parts of Texas Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Sir West Write and tell us where you are going and rohm will leave and we will tell you wbat yourtlrket wiU coat which train tb lttine snd connections and will send you an Interesting little booklet 1 mr nIIIU rI ItlUlitCal ISST 47 1 HI 4 Hartford Republican I FON and LON ROCERSEditoriCa oophno Issued Fridays by tin Hartford Pub CoJncorporal Entered at Hirtdrd postjffite is secondtlm mail matter FRIDAY JUNK i TiiEitn is cue command that ahniil be written in glittering Itttcra upo the fancies upon the iltcenis and in the conscience and heart of cvei Kentuckiau It should be written iu flaming forms accrosa the sky of old Kentucky that every one who ruus may read Thou Shalt not Steal INDIANAS Governor has the courage to steed firmly for what ho believes to be right and all the demands ot all the hosts of Goebeliem cannot force him to issue warrants for the eztrail lion of innocent men Tho jiretendel reign in Kentucky for a while bUI their influence stops with the limits ot the commonwealth Its respect i cherished at homo only by those wbo sanction government by force and fraud and utter disregard for the will tnt wish of the people expressed at the polls GoriiEUTES now claim that every Kentuckian should accept the result of the proceedings under the forms of law notwithstanding the stubborn fact that the majority of legal votes were cast for the Republican ticket But no honest informed man would daresay that Goebel received ni- rjority of the votes cast at the last dc tion and no honest Detnicrat could say that the Republicans stole tbe election Then if the pretenders nre not guilty of thefts can two and two make four SOME leaders of the Democrat party are now claiming that an eJec- tion for Governor should not be beltl this fall also that an election this fall would be unconstitutional Sectic 85 of the present constitution says tbat in case a vacancy OCCURS in the oflii of Governor before the term is half out then there shall be an election held to fill said vacancy It is a dill cult matter to tell nowadays what Democrats will do They steal and swear its righteous They misrepre sent the law and swear by all that is goodand great that they are truthful TilE Herald just now la worrying itself tired rejoicing over the triumpb of fraud and is boasting much about the law and order club Will it account for the 2383 majority that Taylor received last Novcmbej When that contest board declared Goeb to be Governor perhaps after bib death it never threw out a single county precinct ward and not even o IIIifddrHow then is Becklmm Governor 01 Kentucky By usurpation and fraui TUB HFru tiCAN stated Eomctin since as the Herald quotes thatJla sure as there is a God in heaven tV- S Taylor will be our next Governor and this prophecy was fulfille on last November by 236 majorit votes for Taylor and he has on been deposed by a tet of hungry curt under the forms of lawthe Go bel law We have never lost faith in the Supreme Being as our coiiten porarywould have the public believe but will be plain with him andau wer in this manner beford we would kneel at the altar and drink from th Holy Grail in memory of hurt th victim Calvaryaiid sanction time acts of a party that robs a fellow brother of the same altar of his freedom nm boast over it through the press aA does the editor of the Hartford Her aidwe would surely claim agnostic ism infidelity or any timing else for eigu to the religion that approve those act which deprive men of their freedom In our judgment christian men will scorn all manner ol robbery wherever it is committed But the religion ol our contemporary is differ cut because it causes its adhcrnnts tc rejoice over BTOIKN OOOIIH If thL be religion wo have none und care not to j in your band Blackburn to the Front After a period of unprecedented Icncc Mr Jo C S Blackburn conies to his wrecked and ruined party with a little bit of Blackburn reason anti advice It will be remembered by the intelligent citizen that this is the same man who previous to the election was the most ardent and faithful sponsor oftbGoebelmnachineandlaw and that this same political degenciate and disgraced citizen oflered to bet his souls salvation against a counterfeit nickel that if any stealing was done the other fellows the Republicans would not do it that before the re turns had been reported this same po utica maverick declared that the Republicans had committed frauds in spite of the Goebel election law and that his deep sense of honor compelled biro to advise a contest How sorry the plight of this once leader of his party How narrow his conception oftruth and houcsly Previous to the election of 1801 this gentleman proclaimed from every stump throughout this State that the Goebel law was a magnificent ajruct ure Democratic manipulation the when in the hands of honest men no frauds would be perpetrated and yet before the smoke had cleared fron the battlefield of November 7 1891 it was set forth that fraud had been committed in abundance ever wrfere save in those cou nties where a handsome mnjoritiy had been turned in for Goebel Now as the election has come anti gono and the Goebi l law lacked a small margin of bavin accomplished its purpose on November 7 1809 but has since fulfilled all prophesy Mr Blackburn comes out in a letter advising a modification 01 this measure Really should the Uocbel law be modified We cc J not see wherein it has fallen short 01 its purpose It was made to make Democratic elections certain to ro move all doubt and under its oper ation to leave the result not to chanc It tins been superbly manipulated iu every resepect and the object whic I its author anti advocates had in view when it was created and given life has been duly accomplished and Ma Blackburns advice to have it modified or made anew was anstounding We are not inclined to believe thi t Mr Blackburn was prompted by any pure motives when be advised that something be done with the law that bus eternally wrecked the Democratic party in this State but the ol d veteran ofa base and lost cause thinks the patty might be reunited on a more conservative plan There are many honest conservative and in formed Democrats who will never chose to join a band of political des I peradoerand the advice ofthis fiieni less old sage of political corruption will not receive the approval of many honest men We believe also tin the invitation for all types of Democrats to unite in approving Goebelis will be declined by many iuclepenI ent spirits The advice of such a man should be well considered and thor oughly analyzed before accepting i t Will the Herald Dare The assumed editor of the Herald comes again after being cleverl threshed A school boy with ordina nary sense would not bite at the same tricks a second time It appears that the IJeraldit dimmed tcnbt didnt learn this lesson In commenting on the decision of the Supreme Court in our last issue we arroused the little Be aid again It is surprising that a man claiming to ha a Christian in goo standing will rejoice over stolen good But this is truly the condition of our contemporary We have saidant we yet maintain that no cnristia gentleman will sanction and approe any measure that will take from h 1 brother in Christ his political free uoui mieu sucn measure as thor rary k mwlf TfuK1 unQsata J law 200000 people have been depri ed of their political freedom th Taylor was elected Governor by 2tf votes and by means of that lawwbuh we say is the most damnable measurE ever invented by the brain of mat parId Governor and no other way was 1 Ie known as Governor We are awarE that the constitution this long while has granted the privilege of COli test While this privilege is granted by the constitution the intention was that a man should have tome came somE right to contest and Mr Goebel hat neither lIe had no cause from tb fact that he bad control of every precinct in the State when the vote cf last November was polled He uo ground on which to base a conies t nnd all men regardless of political al illation know this to be true If the editor ol the Hartford lIera7d does nut know these facts to be a part of recent history made since tho contest for Governor came up he is unpardona bly anti hopelessly ignorant The Goebel law and its tuaiiipula lira have shown their hands they mve overthrown the will of the peopli md placed in the chief magistracy o I Kentucky a political thief and usurp cr They have trodden umcr foot the sacred guarantee of the constitu 111gmtff all eleclos slialllie fee and giant They have robbed a man oI in office who was elected by 2i8J otes und the Herald of November 21 99 admitted this to be true The infamies of this measure stand against it and those who fathered it The re cent contest demonstrated its possi lilities of fraud Will our contempt ary who sets himself up to he a man ot intelligence show us some of the good features of bis pet meamie lands behind the curtain and coward I y declares that others have lied when he knows that there is not a scintilla of truth in his assertion Why does he do it Because he is a narrow I outemptible brazen political deme ngue whose sole argument lies in ogmatic assertion and wanton abuse f his contemporaries We lowe Imllenged the Heralds scribe differ ent times to discuss the merits of tho law whica has delivered to Bcckham his stolen goods and ho hits at every time and upon every occasion cowardly declined The challenge is a standing one Will you cjme We drro you a Watterson up Again HenryVattersen raise his voice about the course ofany other journal or its policy During tho term of the legislature which put breath into the Goebel law and started the infernal timing to breathing dis cord and discontent there was no journal so loud in the denunciation ofsl this measure and so severe in criticis ing its authors as tho man at the helm of the OwnerJournal Those men were styled deformed and degenerat ed Americans and the act itself as an act to deprive Kentucky of a Republican form of Government This force billsaid Watterson gives the voters of Kentucky not a ray of hope It makes no claim or show of fairness It places exclu sively in the hands of three irrespon sible persons to be named by the au thors of the measure itself the entire electoral machitery of the State Ii is the fruits ot this measure this act that this degenerate and debased citiI zen Henry Watterson is now rej ale ing over The Browulow despotism ot Tennessee was no comparison to it the Radicals in Congress during the days of Reconstruction conceived nothing so farreaching in evil This law which has recently deprived Ken tucky of a Republican form of Gov ernment as Watterson said it vouldI do is directly responsible for every phase of the present condition of af fairs existing today in Kentucky Under this law Wm B Taylor was elected Governor by 2383 majority votes and under this same law the same Wm S Taylor was robbed ol the office of Governor The author of this law said that under its operation fraud could not be committed by Re publicans and under its operations the Republicans were never so suet cessful in committing fraud so they say Notwithstanding all that Watterson said would come to pass under the Goebel law has been realized by Ken tucky this same denunciator has turned his pen that waged such a relentless war against the enemies of free government in Kentucky in defense of those scape goats and and po litical buncaneers and is now bound ing with might and main the standard barrier of the people in the strug gle fur freedom Governor Taylor is in Indiana resting and regaining health and will not go to Frankfort or Lex iogton to be culled and clubbed and lodged in jailas Caleb Powers without being permitted bond or wasl these journals whose editors compuuctionsare ot Governor Taylor and abusing those honest men who supported him In order that the minds of the people may be constantly refreshed on the past and present condition ot affairs and the causes which conspired to i bring them about we give fir8tbelovi by Vatterson and then his denun atciation of the press the people aod 13tho CHOICE Wm S Taylor who opposed Goebelism and its claret Tb II lia w1I tnl ngInt 1lolbI ivtiiliitlimirv Klittltn Mill which hnnULrroine ilninl niiiBntrr middcnly enurmil hum th 1tl- 1oN lit IHlD anil error through whkh the I 1 BllHtuinViualMvii thrwiilliig lt turlnniM way It Iaulp tii nay that the nnnnlnul five tOTtrn niMit will Int Kinmlit In ruin tor iiiivthliiK III irnmhiiK it In nhnnirtviM effrontery ami nntan ili iMorinlty- Tlw rtronlrt Iternnfttruttlon furnUh nothing tu roinimit with It The Itrownlow ilei pottm III TtniKMMMt was fonMlflvrn tol rully rtrkltMMnnil tolmilily thorough In lu ilwy lint the Drown low lvt otliu at tin wor t VHiturtil upon with ing HO hoMly wholly bn l HI thin In sill tin force 1111 ninlltati liy the llnllcnli tlIII roiiurw ilurinir the dark ilnvi f ihuont ru t Ion then wire iiuriII ionie prettnxe nnd lire text Home HiiKerlntf memory of lEepuUuiin a Ihirt nml UiHlltloiiK 11111111 rieilM lt i of IoiI XiIiiiiuii lIt WIIM the outer illnplay of n jut uIitrui iriuM nml luI o ThU foree Mil nlviH the voter of Kentuiky not n ray of hojH It make no liiiSir how of falrnexi It iItItiw exilnnlvely In the hiuiilit of three Irrenpon hlbltt IvrrmiiM to IH nnniiil liy ttm author of the luuauirt itIr iiuiitI lturul iuiuuclilnurysut the State That Uthe luuIuuf It In 01111 won nml nt tine fell HWOO Kenttirky hula lievoiiietli1 Niitijeit otn triumvirate whlrh Utu ilei hie who aliuli Iiuuii ufll jmnl whiiKhall nut Noinlmilly 1111111 to lie 1111111111111111110 throuKh- thefii sfLiMtiuuflus ny luli tO h iurluuttt4 Htlll tn vote The tmllotltox N not tKtually nliolUtail Hut the triumvirate 1111 emh IIn1I every raw toifot up thir return a muI ileterinlne the reniilt- To the orffiin of iiNMiiHiflnatlon do the jH iple of Ketituiky tiwe therw titter nuirlptluiiM In the everlurM rolumii of tie orKani of iiMuiHuhiatloii iirLfiiuiid dally iiccUMatloiiH iiKiilnut thebivt men nml women ot Keiituiky lmplyiiuil for no other reanon than that they lire Ikinorriiti To 1IHemiHrnt 1111 their vomlmlary to lieu vlllhin AifordlnK to them the court of lawiirerotton lliethurihe lire rotton the itchoolii not ruttun noelety ltadt I rotton whllut only they nml the a1I1t1i who first utruck Cloebel down nml then did their umt to utrlke ilown tbeilvll iirmof the State llovernment art Iuur ut heart nnilknow no pulle Aerordliitr to them the effort III turret out IhImurderer of lotlicl nnd to lirlnic him to Juntlce I n irlme The olll vr of tho low limit 111111111111I The nttorneyH fur the SInS nre JiuknN The 01I fireil reward Uldooil moiiry IiluuI Its iiintojlnn sure woundrvU tlmugli throughout their Iitua und liy everyliody In the rommuullle where they live i hey have IMCII reeoRiilieil n men of probity mid virtue Inn word Slot uun iIoluu of the men who liniuplon the cnuite ot Taylor mid hl8 lellowirf uicee and wouldbe refUKiHW mot ot then IIlIyI ing pardon Iwued by him III ndvnuie even ot lu 111o1IItl to doug Kenturkyno deeply through iheinfrd IM to Justify contlnuwl npjiealrt to the Federal power looking to the throwing nut IIftbI IrcKldentlul vote ol the State from the mIorlllI olleKenml the rejwtloi of its I irreim niil ultimately In cane the llepubllrapf Itnd theniHlve uiiueMeil of the power to theI lying Upon ire luterunl ntfalr the luullnl bund 5u1 the Natlounl norrrniueut luNplrrd by partl an ninllitnlty nnd offering III UA jirvtrst tho porlorM tivtlniouy of three organ of iimnuflnAtlon Shall Kentucky be Free Kentucky has experienced the of a great political earthquake disturbtdjlovery sacred privileges have been contemptably and wilfully ignored The guarantee oi the con stitution that elections shall bt1f free and equal and that Kentucky shall have a Republican f rrn of govern ment have been openly and flagrant Iy violates and set at nought The representatives of the parly that con troled every precinct in the State every county board of election corn missioners together with the StateI board have through the operation ol the Goebel election machinery invent patented and operated by Wm Goebeland his henchmen and legalized by the law which bears his name have disfranchised oneeighth of our fellow citizens and reversed the will of the people as expressed at the polls on November 7 1899 All this has been done under the forms of the Goebel election law construed and supported by Democratic courts A Democratic legislature bya pre arranged scheme to disfranchise the people with a clean clear cut majority obeying the will of the pretenders fraudeutly selected a contest board whose rulings were as partisan as couM be and whose opinion was already made up when selected This same unscrupulous board hastily handed down an opinion and the leg islature which created that board acceptedand endorsed the action of that board without ever considering one word ofthe testimony given before that board anti without hearing one wordof argument in the case The pretenders before thatboard impeached the vote in about fitly counties but they never threw out the vote of one single county but simply adjudg ed that Goebel and Beckham bad re ceived a majority of the legal votes cast This was done in the face ol the fact that Democrats controled the election in every county of the State and certified to the returns from those counties Later came Poyntz Youts and Fulton to sit as a court to hear the cases of the minor dicers They are supposed to have taken the evii deuce submitted before the legislative csntest board read the same and deci led from that lint however it is a known fact that they also passed upon the cases before them without hearing one word of argument pro or conThej adjudged that the voters of Louisville Johnson Martin and Magoflin counties were illegaland should not be counted at all but it will be remembeied that the same vote LHaUtetenTa so TMK1 ed about oneeighth of the legislature and the city and local officers ot the districts However not one single legislator lost his seat neither town cily or other local officer on account of that illegal vote Passing from the contest boards that passed upon the contests for Governor and Lieutenant Governor a hearing was given by the Circuit Court of Louisville and by time Court of Appeals of Kentucky both courts holding that they had no authority to go behind the legislature and the Supreme court aso hed that it had no jurisdiction to investigate the case It will be remembered that not one of the courts bed that Senator Goebel and J Cripps Beckham were legally elected Governor and Lieut enaut Governor of Kentucky Not one legalized the steal by declaring the course of the pretenders tight aud just But all permitted it by remain ing silent The matter stands in the Gubernatorial election held Novena ber 7 1891 and under exclusive con trol ot the Democratic ring Taylor received 19i7l4 vottsGoebel received 191331 votes A legislature con troled ba majority of subjugated Democratic thinklws knownothing reversed that decif iun and declarer that the prttemlers should reign An appeal to the courts inns received thu answer 01110 have no say help your iclvea Shall Kentuckians raniain passively silent and allow the pretend ers to reign Surely they should never submit The case has been return id to the people for another decision Kentucky manhood should rise toI ho strength ot its youthfulvalor md redeem her tarnishedreputation rout the the pretenders and cjtabish inco again tho supremacy of tho willI of the mnjiirity No man who Is truly nany can afford to say farewell to liberty in the Old Kentucky Home but should remember that the hand bat directs the destinies ot nations and men has never permitted the extended reign of thieves and pretend ers over the righteous and the just Take courage Renew your deter ermination that we will have a fair lection and an honest count at cost Our fathers endured tho tyranI iy of the Brittish yoke possbly no worse than GoebeHsm but there ame a time when they refused to endure Time determination that forced esistauce routed tie tyrants on an undred battle fieds and established be reign of the peope We too fellow countrymen must bo free our voice must bo respected our will t must be supreme This freedom must como to us peaceably if possible forciby if necessary At any cost civil liberty must be enthroned Through tho veins of brave bonest noble Kentuckians flows a blood as rich and pure as oer stirred the heart ol man Never al tho gloom of doubt dUcouragi mcnt anti disappointment to ever veil our hope The right of Kentuckians must be respected their voices heart their will obeyed though a Hel is doomed to be whose surges are ot gore Then I more Catarrh tu thi mrtlon of Ih country than till uSher dlmiiw put together 11111 until thelaMt ft w cnh warn inippiwe tutNlncui lute For n great ninny riutauiuetuurn pronoiine It n Imul dlmtiH and tuvurrllwil local reined mid by constantly falllngtn curt with local trei nient pronounced Incurable Silence bios prr In catarrh to I a coniitltutlounl itlieune 11111 triercforereinlreron tltutlon Ureatincnt Hal Cntarrh Cure manufactured by K J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio In the only ronntltntlonnl cu on the nnrket III taken Internally In dow from 10 drop to n tnaiuouuntui It Rtto direct r on the blood mid luiicon nurfuce of the nyntei They offer one hundred dollar fur any 1111 aIlm to cure Send forclmilur and teetlmotila Addre V 1 CIIKXKV Toledo O Sold liy Drngghit rrr llnir Illin My lIIIlblt For Salo One thorough bred bitkslVre toar a months old weight 300 pounds cot dltlon excellent Terms cash A diess C box 31 Centertowj Ky A Compliment Chairman C M Barnett of the Republican State Central Committe wl I called the Republican city nnd count committee for Louisville and Jefferson county to meet for organization on Tuesday evening last made it pet feel ly clear in the course of the remarks which he addressed to the committee that his sole purpose in calling it to gether was to carry out both the letter and spirit of the resolution of the State committee under which the n orgonizition in this county was to I effected Chairman Barnett has never sought to interfere with count committees anywhere or to influenc their official action in any direction Ills policy both as member ofthe Slate Central Committee tor many years pod as chairman of that body has been to keek the state organization strictr within its own sphere of party author- Ity and to his firmness Jin pursuit 01 this policy nuy be attributed the healing of ninny factional difference and much of the condition of complete e harmony in which the Republicans of Kentucky now find themselves Commercial FREE BLOOD CURE An Offor Proving Faith to Suf forors Ii your Blood Pun Are you sure of it Do cuts or scratches heal slow 1 Does your skin itch or burr Have you Pimples Eruotions Acl JW PoRSar hrzeraa Old Sore 1 Breath Catarrh Are you paler 11 so purify jour Blood at once with B B B Botanic Biood hum It make the Blood Pure anti Rich heals 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sores and collar galls No cure m paySFor sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky 41 SMALLHOUSE KY Mr Clarence Brown and Miss Dora Ball were quietly mauled at the home of the bride Sunday May 27th Rev It V Phlpps performed the ceremony They were accompanied to the home ai the groom hy Mr Lewis Fulkerson and Miss Ida Addington- Mr Tommy Drake Godman Ky visited friends and relatives here Sit urday and Sunday He was accom panted home by Misses Aetna Adding ton and Debbie Taylor Mr and Mrs William Bullock and little son Master Eddie visited rela tives near Greenville Saturday and SundayMrs Dutch Houk and little sonS Master Harry Rock port visited her sister Mrs Zack Reid Sunday They were accompanied home by her sister I Mrs Reid who will remain a week Mr Orville Bennett who has been tending Georgttown College has returned home Rev G H Lawrence will preach tlte luneral sermon of Mrs Slbble King Olaton the firstSunday in July Rev K D Maddox filled his regu appointment at Smallhouse B Jptlst church Saturday and Sunday We bad a heavy rain here Mood ty veolng which was almost a cloud iurst and it did considerable damage o the growing crops corn and tobac co aud the fencing WIUIR Fund aGoidMineI- T I WAS IN HIS POUL TRY YARD Mnii In IIIWH Vim it 11111110111111 Illllt Mnkro III Siesta I My llnnblnllir Imu III iiinlierNiiiiiiiirr nml Sister Pit Irrl ul Illn Niicvrhii People in the neighborhood Vre8I ton Iowa aro amazed at the number ot eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was the causeI ot his hens being so prolific ho it won all in a certain compound ho was uriug that kept his hens in good condition tint furnished them with the proper stimulus to egg production American Poultry Mixture is tine namo of it and is mado by American MIg Co Terro Haute Inil Every man in the poultry business is interested in the health of his hens and their laying capacityIn the lie his profits is guaranteed to increase tho production of eggs 100 per cent or money It will do moro than three times as much as theeamcamount ot any other compound It is concen trated in form anti the result of years ot practical experience in the poultry business There is absolutely no doubt as to what it will do anti you aro invited to try it at the expense of the company Sent 51 for a sample package anti it doesnt do the work you get your motley buck This is lair and gIS made to induce practical poultrymen give it a trial It is a sure lIre ventive of cuch diseases as the terrible cholera and roup which create such havoc in all parts of the country It acts directl on tin craw and gizzard and is a thoroughlyscientific prcpara ion guarantee every package or refund purchase mone It your dont sel I American Poultry Mixture hes be hind the age In that case order direct from American Manufacturing Co Terre Haute Itid 1 On account of Republican Nations Convention Philadelphia Pa June 19th 1900 the I C R R will sel tickets from BeaverDsmKyto Mills delphia Pa at the rate of 2t 95 foi the round trip Tickets on sale June I5th to ISth Final limit Ion return June 26th 1900 SiB YAXMKTKR n Agent Gieat opportunity ottered to good reliable men Salary ol frs per wee and expenses tor oman with rig to introduce I our Poultry Mixture anti In sect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfn Co Ttrr Haute Ind 29 tf Fortune favors the brave It is also favorable to those who purlly their blood at this season by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla A Sick Boys MoalI Some boys steam to think that wheni a boy is sick he Is cot able t eatI anything But I Iloy Garnett show by an example that this is not true One day Ramsey was sick and was not able to go to dinner So he ordered his meal as follows t cup ot coflee I glass ot water 2 of milk 3 slices ol beef steak and 2 of ham a- ol jelly 2 apple bies 3 cuttird a plate nf ae aid enough ice cream to eat the cake and not less than a hat cf bead amid six biscuits lie K tuseylislnot lowe enough crumbs to f td a hungry parrow he hart eaten his meal be re IIIAlter that he wished he had some eggs onions and cornbread The doctor made two visits and inI about a week Mr Ramsey was able to walk about the house I iiEAAHPain pressureIn 1 j you sometimes Taint and dizzy Is your tongue coated Bad taste in your mouth And does youAe ritable Do you often have the blues And are you troubled about sleeping P Then your Ivor la ell wrong But ther is a cure Tis the old reliable Ayers pmThey act directly on the liver They cure constipation biliousness sick headache nausea and dyspepsia Take a laxative dose each night S theyhaveFamily Pills Price 21 cuts All Dnutili rrgularlre- eur lIIe ot a tavern headache awl tourI t ot breath IOmetblog I iao 1ot WTLWOBItJulyMUJ YMIo tho Doctor If ion iuie ny oomrlaln wbtter JOUfc Ill AddressVa u Mail DROSCUIEDWITh T erelabll cured CUll tn ttldays at meat twothirds nf all urmptoma rtmoT M TMtlmonlali and TIN DATS treatment free PI B B CUEJII SOBS Box K AtlanUUa RITICOLLINSIe Consider what we say und the prices we give helow then investigate the remarka ble values they represent One fact is especially entitled to your consideration and that is the titter absence of unworthy goods We offer nothing that we cannot conscientiously recommend as the very best in the grade it represents One line of figured Lawn 30 per yd It Scotch Lawn 4C per yd Scotch Lawn fancy sc Pretty figured Pique SlJC 4 II Pane Stripe Pique IOC Figured Pique 12 He I al Plain white Pique better grade ISC A very fine assortment of India Linens train 50 to 250 per yard We are receiving every week new consignments in ourShoe department This is one ol our strongest lines and we defy competition We still have a few more of the fi Counterpanes which have bad quite a run with us in the last Sew days Ask to see them Also a great variety of other Counterpanes in white and fin cy colors at 6oc 750 t I 25 150 1 75 200 2 25 2 50 2 75fj 00 350 Table Oil Cloth ISC Table Linens in turkey reds froth tc to 40C per yard In blue designs from 250 to 40C per yardIn white and red plaids nt 250 and SOl per yard In white Table Linens a great va tiety at all prices KY lew items Ida Henry viio been has Martha Lauder quite number noIse Miss Lauder most and friends the absence Lauder here list Innes been bed our beautiful cals for Shut Waists The prices quote you cSJie iacyard A large line for you select from We have just received another shipment those Good value Suits These bar gains Ask them Also line mens and boys styles Stoma fJ We largest date line ol Pants shown by any house county A look this line will vince you Now Is time time for Summer Un derwear Ladles Vests line from each gents claim the lenders call your special tention 25c line mens Shuts and Drawers The cannot tqualedPoany house very early this line anti give you some extra fine bargains A very ttrong line 5 and each tut icctivtd beautiful line Swisses ranKing prices front lu SOC per yard We showing linr 4 It per yard We only sell you goods at the lowest prices with every ten dollars spent with us we give you choice of elegant Picture 01 sixfoot StepLadder If have Wool for subwe want it will the highest market price Bring it to u- sRITICOLLINS Hartford Zy S WlBSTtlrSlMTtnumui1 A Dictionary of ENGLISH Diograpny ucograpiiy fiction etc C GET a timInternational THE valuable Information arranged in a conycnicnt form for inanil cyc BESTand mind It U more widely used M standard authority than other the world It should every household FcottlihGlossary G C COy SVflntD UMm U S A TIME AND I SPACEarepractlciJlynnnlhllated I I ciimfcrencc Old Earth inrno many different Foreign parts foreign old meaning the term Europe Africa Asia next door to us What happens there today know tomorrow read THU CHICAGO RECORD whose Cable Correspondents arc located every important thy the world outside the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted tensive a service and it supplemented the regular foreign news service The Associated Press For accurate intelligence the stirring events which the nationsof wars and rumors wusof the threatening dissolution old govern j ments nnd establishment ofuwof time onward sweep the race all parts tine world the one medium the most satisfactory information the enterprising uptodate newspaper TIlE CHICAGO FREE t35z58inchesor on reverse cldc mulled to addreschnrgo on or reoueit accompinloU by Scent utanips to cover rofctaee wrapping mntn llluvtrato clearly how comprehensively special cabloicrvko of Tint ChicAno KEOOIUI movers entire civilized world Ad dress TUB ChICAGO ItLconu ass Madison btrcct Chicago RENDER Kindly alliw space for a mews Mirs May of Louisville has visiting Miss Lucy lames Render returned home Miss who has bees our postmisstress for a if years has a position as d in the hospital at Louisvllle is n popular young lady has left a host of behind to regret her leaving Miss Rachel Blackburn Is our upto date pastmlsstrcss in of Miss Martha Rev T Pritchett Dunmore filled his regulaI appointment Sunday Dr H B who has con fined his for several days with See assortment of Ier we are Ccy loc and per 57 50 are special to see a complete of Clothing all up carry the up to In Ohio at cone a complete 50 to 350 In Underwear we be We at to our of in value by We bought in special are prepared to at K 75 a of drcM In 2oc are n beautiful of Marseilles at isc to not hut an a you any und pay dictionary In lie In MERRtAM of directions arc no in the of arc we if we Special il in of so ex is by of of are shaking of of the of in of of is American RECORD Europe tho will tu noy rrco ot receipt two nna Tho the tho me at accepted W of to icto of to be belout r Mr K P Barnes and Mlfs Emma- Barnes of Beaver Dam were in this MondayI been raging here for the last month- I Mr Clyde Rowe has been on the sick list but has recovered Mr Harlan Merrick pt Beaver Dam was in town to day selling books Hei represents P P Collier Publishing Co at Louisville I Mr Simon Jones and Miss Lucy James of this place will leave about June the first for Paris Prance to at ExpositienI working- I good for the east week at Render I Success to Tug RRPUDUCAN and Its many readers EXCHANOB I peq How Are Yur Kidney I Dr UobbaSparatni Plus core all kldntr lOs Sam pta tin Add ttternog Itemed Co Cnlcazo or M I T a I Are offering some special ATTJlAC TION for BARGAIN SEEKERS through their different departments + I It is our intention through the entire season to make ourHOUSE your shopping headquarters Quality the best Prices the lowest will be our motto Special Clothing Salo J j Mens black Saline Summer 4f Coats Soc Good Linen Coats 750 and 100 Mens black Iuster Coats 1 t0350Good Linen Suits 2 00 and 35 Mens nil wool Dlue Serg Coats 2 oo Good Cottounade Pants Soc Boys Linen Pants f to 13 year ssc- Hoyst Wool Punts 6 to 13 25CI knee pants 6oc Boys better grade Suits 1 25 to 3 50- Youthsi Suits Coat Vest and long Pants at 2 00 to fS oo atJr liens good cotton mixed Suits at 1 50 p t Mens nil wool Suit f4 to to 12 oo- NvAtcsI nobbiest line 01 Clothing in Ohio county Prices to suit purse Q1lit the bat e LowMt prices on 1ilaU Do O tueMlc Linens Ginghamf Cot tomimlts Itlcached Cotton Ta ble Linens steaks Wool Goods India Linens Swisses IIIJ Lacctt and Kiubroidtrles for THR PI AOB t I Liverymen r lawlers I- nii EirrisT LlKIJS BUGGIES nIlWSI Lr- r WAGONS BLUE J and WOUNT PLOWS DKEKING IIAHVKST 11 ING FOH J L CAST FAIREST LOWEST PHICKS Tho BEST mrs GIn THEM A CALL EVE FIHSTCL ASS Trtinio x M FRIDAY JUNK 1 The little five year old son of Mr Bryant Wilcox of tin Pond Run died of brain fever last Friday night Mrs Wm 1L Renfrow and son Elward Pundec are visiting the family of Dr J Weddlntr TMrs Magdalene Rogers who has been seriously 111 of pneumonia is Im proving slowly Extreme advance ment in years made her case a doubt ful one from the beginning We will give you a good Oak Rock ing Chair with 2000 worth ol cash business or If you preler we will give you a French Bevel Mirror 0x12 with standard Name Ask to see the Chair and Mirror CARSON ft Co Lint of letter remaining in the post office at Hartford if not called for in 30 days will be sent to the mad Letter Office at D C Miss Sallle Anderson Person calling for the above letter will please say that tbey saw it advertised WOODIIURY TlNSLEY P M i PISOS CURE FOR Tviea 000 Bee time Ncdd or dniitlili Shoe and Slipper Dept Infants soli Dongola Kid Slippers hand turn tan or black SQ- CChilds in same quality and colorssizes i3Jjto 2s Misses Ptlesmeyer + in tan every pair guaranteed at Ladles Kid Slippers fair quality at SocILadles Lined solid bottom Un or black plain or cloth top at Ji Ladies black or tan Pries meycr Slippers every Ialrtguaranteed or you money from t1 25 to 200 Old ladies Buckskin size 4 to 8 the thing for comfott at 125 Mens good fine Shoes 125 Best grade mens fine Shoes latest last front fi 50 to 2 50 Mens patent leather Shoes fJ StInts tan or Shoes i Jut like Mens heavy work Shoes l and i 25 I You will find our Shoe de partment superior to any In Hitilford Visit us and get posted Sure to please you Highest prices paid Wool Eggs I lImns and Ginseng t IS Keown A- MIMartin HARTFORD MACIIINKS- AGKNTS TIIltliSIIlXG MACIIINKS BKALINOS HYJH1N- Gj Hartford Republican neighborhood S Kywhich Washington aarbCouybayrrn 75cI 100r dalhlysI Feathers CONSUMPTION Mr and Mrs J S R Wedding lelt Tuesday lor Frankfort Prof Chas II mils oi Norman Okta made ui a pleasant call fester day Mrs M L Heavrln returned Sunday from a visit to relatives In Louisville Horn to the wife of Mr K K Tins Icy near lliJ i on V Jueiday a tlwn boy and girl Kfq II H Taylor and wile were the guests ol the family of Mr W B Rinder Monday Mr Sam Paxton Mr U I Paxton and sister were guest3 of Judge Mill ers family Monday Mr Charles Taylor of the Taylor town community died at his home List Wednesday ol a complication of diseases He had been in very bad health for several months and the end was not unexpected Sirs jo B Rogers ol Beaver Dam was thrown from a buggy last Mon day in n runaway nfialr and had her right shoulder dislocated Dr J J Mitchell was promptly summoned and replaced the unfortunate niemer Tbe buggy and horse wete unharmed The school census oi Ohio county for the year 1910 aggregates 8 88r There are 4383 white times 4c67 while females 230 colored males nnd 201 colored females There are 1 17 white schools and eleven colored There are 41 first class schools 45 second and 31 third One ol tile problems of interest to teachers which appeared in the last examination appeals hclowThe nn swera given by applicants to this piobem ranged from 5 to 890001 feet The diamete ofa circular yard is 150 Petit a walk laid around the yard within the fence cccupied I 5 of the area of the yard Required the width of the walk 01 the forty three applicants who were in the May examination only nineteen made certificates and only three first class certificates were is sued Messrs Harvey Piuden Hart lord W R Carson Beda and S W Crowe Deanfield being those who made first class grades The most difi cult subjects were spell ng and arilh ticThe following is one of the eight examples which appeared In the last examination A and B can do I 10 ofn certain piece ofwork in I day B and C can do ff of it in 2 days A and C can do in 4 211 days in what time could all do the work in what time could each do it The answers to this problem wearelnforru ed ranged from zero to nothing IThe hiding of Old Sol behind the moon Monday was almost com u I nthIiIOOIJIJ i SarsaparillaA- nd have new pure and bright blood Then you will enjoy life plete here Only a small portion o the sun remained to the view and a heavy shadow covered the surrondlng country In the Southern States In regions ol total eclipse the chickens and birds went to roost The super stitious were scared half out of wit thinking that the end of all things was approaching In another col umn will be lound an account more fully of the eclipse If lyou need Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Carpets Milli nery goods or Furniture why not come to Carson Co They sell goods as cheap as the cheapest an give free a good Oak Rocking Chair or a 10x12 French Bevel Mirror with standard frame with every 2000 cash purchase The Floating Studio will make the following places on dates mentioned Will be at Ceralvo May 22d and re main until June 4th Smallhouse June 5th and remain until June loth Kirtleys or Humphreys Landing June loth and remain until June 1311 Point Pleasant June ijth and remain till June 18th II O SCIIROKTHR Propr District Mooting IK of Ps Next Tuesday will be a great day in Hartford The Fourth Pythian District representing Owensboro Calhoon Hawesville Cloverport and Hartford will convene in Hartford It will be one of the most interesting features of the season The meeting here will be the first of the kind ever held in Hartford Invitations have been extended to thirty other lodges The K of P order is oncof the secret organizations of the country We predict that the representation here will compose the cream oi the district The following is the program in fullExecutive session 3 to 5 p m Welcome address C C John T MooreResponse G P lIon D G Cham bets I Report of condition of lodges oi Fourth Pythian DistrictI Rank work G C past G C Stan AdamsGeneral discussion by Knights present 7 p mOpen meeting Music 715 to 740 Pythianism in Kentucky GK ol R S Wade Sheltman 740 to 9ooThe Ilatltbone Sisters MrsJ S Glenn goo to 900 Pythias and his Di clples G P Martin Yewell 900 to 1200 Executive session inducing Amplified Rank Work Decoration at Alexander Despite the threatening weather aud the ultimate downpour ot rain a large crowd gathered at Alexander Cemetery Wednesday to pay a tribute to the heroic dead Very early in the morning farmers came from every direction with their baskets filled to the trim with excellent country fare and the visitors from abroad ri juiced that they were blessed with the oppoituni t3 which was soon to be theirs The welcome tddress was delivered by Rey W T Dunn in a very im pressive and pleasing manner and was greatlully received by the Audience and was responded to by Rev J tl Brown of Beaver Dam Alter the graves had been decoratad the hour of noon was enjoyed by the old veter ana in a social way The rain storms drove from the grouds many who had congregated but the program was concluded The day was very unfa vorable for such an occasion especially when services are to beconduct ed In thegrove Tho Noblost Mind The best contentment has Yet however noble in mind no man or woman can have perlect contentment without physical health The blood must be kept pure and the stomach and digestive organs in good order The best means for the purpose Is Hoods Sarsaparilla It promptly cures all blood humors and eruptions and tones up the system The favorite cathartic is Hoods Pills 25- 0Dont let your diarrhoea reach the chronic stage Cure it with Dr Bells AntiPain the greatest cure on earth for Colic Cholera Diarrhoea and all internal pains m It will be remembered by the read ers of Tim REPUBLICAN that A A Nash was caught in the act of passing counterfeit moneyarrested and lodged in the Ohio county jail a writ having been issued by the federal authori ties he was surrendered to them by the local authorities and transfer red together with Arthnr Nasji to Owensboro A A Nash was allowed bond in the sum of 500 The bond was made by five or six of the beSt men ot the county Captain WHMoore Renfrow Bros and others all of whom had known his conduct for the past six orelght- t r years to be upright and commendable nut fearing the result of a trial in the federal court he fled from the know- Ing and the known Immediately up learning of his escape his bondsm- I cflered 100 reward for his arrest and- return It was sufficient Last Fri day be was arrested In Edmons county by Mr Jeff Green of Caney vile returned to his bondsmen w delivered him over to Uucle Sam This action of the easy goer will doubtless cost him several years in the penitentiary r Agents on salary oi 1500 per week sedj every anid poultry raiser buys it on sight Hust lers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 ti COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE I Miss Louise Lindsey of this neighborhood and Mr Tom Ferguson Beaver Dam were married at Hartford lord Friday morning Crops are looking well Mr E W Jackson is at home again enlarging pictures Mr Emerson Rogers went to Hart ford Monday to sec his sickmother Mr AD Taylor and wile of Beaver Dam were visitors iu this neighborhood I Sunday Masters Ed an Lon Coleman at visiting friends near Beaver Dam this week Mr Robert Taylor of Prentis was the guest of Mr E E Rogers Sunday and Monday Miss Clyde Taylor was at home SundayMr Travis Taylor and wile of Morgantown are visiting in this neighborhood j Mrs Millie Rogers who last week will soon be up againI Mrs Diana Daugherty and family and Mr Sam Coy and family spentI Saturday and Sunday with Mr To Ferguson and wife of South Beaver DamMrs J L Rogers and little sonI Talraage oi Gtrenville ate visiting j in the neighborhood S DF IrsJ IeMebas been with her children in Louisville during I the spring and winter months is now at her home in Hartford and will remain here during the summer COLLEGE NOTES Miss Gracie Rolls entertainment atI the College Hall Friday night was a grand success The hall was filled to overflowingMiss Pirtle visited herparcnt- Saturday and Sunday Mr W C Bell spent Saturday as Sunday with friends in Davless coun tfIMr Albert Ralph visited relatives at Adaburg Saturday Miss Ella Bean and little sisters were pleasant callers at Ex Tuesday morningMiss Baltnain was a welcome visitor Wednesday morning Mr G N Bennett Smallhouse and brother Orville oi Georgetown college were welcome guests Wednesday afternoon Mir Henry Pirtle was a pleasant caller Thursday lUornlngISome of our c oration services at Alexander1 Wed Welljlwetmeeting all the students at the college chapel Saturday morning He will let you know what he wants after h e gets you there STUDENT l- Au Riyhf IloJV9 I necessarysleepwas with the greatest difficulty that I could execute my solos A friend advised me to give Dr Miles Nervine a trial which 1 did and received immediate benefit In a few I w entirely relieved I recommend it tall musicians who suffer from over worked and disordered nerves Otto H Shammer 3310 Blat St Milwaukee Wit Dr Miles NervinelOUt Is sold by all druggists on guarantee lint bottle bene hIS or money back Book on heart and nerves sent free Dr Milos Medical Company Elkhart Ind A DAY FOR SCIENTISTS Total Eohpso of tho Sun won enObaorved at all Points Pine Hurst N C May 28Tit- on e Pine Hurst observing duty was conducted here under the auspices of lit- ho Navy Department It consisted of a delegation of astronomers from lb Naval Observatory assisted by a number of other scientists The most striking piece oi apparatus on the grounds was the phonoheliograph K This consisted of a long piece of cot ton duck with one end butted in an underground cabin At the other end was a lens which gave a fiveinch di ameter ol the sun hive negatives were taken with this instrument dur ing totality It is designed to bring out the inner corona and the chro mosphere prominences There were 31many dther scientific instruments usedA number of photograps were taken to determine whether the distribution of the substance giving the bright green line in the corona spectrum is the same as that of the particles A camera peculiarly constructed was ex posed through totality the object be lug to record as much as possible of the longest streamers of the corona- e the brighter central part being much over exposed This lens belongs to the Yale University seIperiodIa polarizscope The weather today was almost cloudless The astronomers were at the observatory by 530 making the last preparations for the eclipse An hour and a half later the crowd began to gather including the families e the observers and many negroes 11Tbe North Carolina coon has little to say but his face shows anything but amusement when an eclipse comes Fortunately for thesuccess of the work they kept well outside ol the topes As the suns disc diminished obIservedo thaw faraillar yith optical effects but appears very strange to the uninitiat ed This is the fact that whenever light comes during an eclipse passes through a small opening and Sails on a screen beyond the patch of light appears in the shape oi the crescent and not round as is usually the case This is especially striking where the light sifts through the leaves of lit appears sundt proceeding from any object through a small opening throws on a screen the image the same shape as the object independent of the opening As regards the photographic nothing can be said until the photo graphs are developed and examined Observations on the polarizUion of the corona showed that the polarlza polarns from the sun Quite a numberof solar prominences were observed extending out into coro na One extended out about one seventh of the radius of the sun and through the telescopes looked like incandescent filament of an elec rile lamp NOUIOUC AND OLD POINT COMFORT Norfolk Va May a8The eclipse of the sun was seen here this morn ag to the very best advantage The totality began at 85145 and ended at 85559 The conditions were perfect and observations taken by scientists from the Washington and New Eng land Observatories were most satisfac tory The corona was the center of attraction The totality camp with a suddenness that made some women shriek The planet Mercury was plainly visible Venus could be seen but not so plainly Jupiter was notI visibleDuring the totality a bright ray of light was seen about the entire horizon Lamps had to be lighted In Stores and fireworks were shot up while whistles of factories and steam vessels in the harbor screamed The negro population became frantic it being their belief that the world wasi taming to an end Many took to the woods as they saw shadows slowly covering the sun The roof tops ol all buildings were filled with people t Prof Willis Moore Chief of the Weather Bureau and 250 of the Na tional Geographical Society arrived from Washington by special steamer At Old Point Comfort thousands ol visitors lined the hotel verandas and theodark shadows flitted from the Virgin la capes the wind died down and the earth seemed to settle itself to repose At 853 the suns light was snuffed like a candle The total eclipse lasted halt a minute One star was visible just above the point of contact Many photographs were taken The presidential party on the Dol j U phin went out near the capes to observe the eclipse as did also Secretary Gages party on the Holly CHICKENS WENT TO ROOST Richmond Va May 28 The eclipse ot the sun was not total at Richmond but sufficient to make twi light darkness and send chickens and birds to roost Almost the entire white popniati0- was in the streets viewing and di cussing the awe inspiring appearance of the sun earth and sky but not so with the colored population who wer in great fear Even the moat Intelli gent of them retired into their abodes white many of them covered up their heads and were excited by fear until the sun shone again Rev John Jasper now eighty lour years old declined to discuss the phe nomenon He said these things were the work of God and that it was not for him to dispute the work of Code which says the sun moves He de clared that the sun had never stopped moving but once and then Joshua told it to stand still and concluded with the reiteration of his theory that The sun do move PHOTOGRAPHS AND SKETCHES Washington Ga May 28Titeclipse was viewed here with gratify ing success Prof Burton of Boston said the first contact was at 70215 810 local mean time second contact totalitywastenths seconds The magnetometer showed no disturbance In magnetic declination Seven sketches were made of the corona and six photographs taken The success of the observations here was wired to Lon don England in one minute Tim ECUP3H IN BRRLIN Berlin May 26The eclipse here was partial being between 354 and 358 p m About 4 oclock the sky was obscured as before an approaching storm An observation through a disctorbProf Archlnbold tbe Berlin astron omer telegraphs from Bowzareah Al geria that he was able last night to observe a green ray in the setting sun VIEWED IN LONDON London May z8The eclipse of the sun was perfectly visible here- f The moons shadow touched the edge ot the sun about 3 oclock and by 4 quite one third of the solar disc was within the shadow Great crowds watched the phenomenon through pieces oi smoked glass The appear ance of the sun was that of a halt moon turned upside down Men with telescopes stood on street corners and did a roaring trade at lour pence for a peep of a minutes duration p- Our oJ Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to profusionmethod of treatment for Verlcocele and Stricture without the aid of knife allecases Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to women he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than specialistCasesphysicians readily yield to his treat aboutsyour no consultation or advice either at his of flee or by mall Address J Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tl pAdministratorss Notice All persons having claims against the late C T and N J Barnard de ceased will present same to me at the residence of tbe late C T Barnard properly proven on or before June tat IQOO or be forever debarred ELMER BARNARD Administrator J If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains PainBalm 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 quinsey pains In the side and chest glandular and other swell ings are quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 And So eta marmay IOOHI A NIITOII IN TunINnvesnine llugkesTautcnewImprovedtaatep- lenaunt taken In wirljr Bprlnn and Fall pro rents Chllln IVngno nnd Mulnrlul Fevers Arta on tho liver t mw up thn system better than Quinine laarantwl try It At Druggist We nil tlUO bottle SSWt rNotice The Commercial Telephone and Telegraph Co also the Hartford Telei phone 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 loess NIMTKSSUOUTII KXWIXO 4i vrnn RUcmmln tbsHonth prove llughes- Tonloa irrrat remedy lor Chill nndnll Malarial Fevers letter than tululrie luarantrrd try At Druggist McnudflOObuttli IiltI Notlco For a neat job of cleaning clothes call on Rev P S Majors on Union Street and Apple Alley adfsTOSxalteartthelIe Kind YwHawAlwjS Bought Blgutuo 1dJot U IU41II1I7111U 01 BM WOMLI o uaal ra U M Sae V fU lrjor SI tersaT-o Care Conitlpatlon Forever Toke CucnreU Candy Calhtrtlc lOoortSo It C CGtall to cure drugglai3refuadtaoaeyv WlU l w tID m g + HHIIII HHttHIH HHH IYour Moneys Worth Just because its stylish and of superior quality isnt P any indication that its high in price Its our constant purchasewesrwealyou to have just a little more than your moneys worth the newest and best merchandise at prices that Noimatter you may come youll find se others in- v your section that twill pay you to do your trading at our store NewestrIts Hardly good judgment to pay out money for some thing that isnt new and stylishthats only taking a step backward We especially recommend the following qualityTquality and pace especially pleasinga newness in the styles weaves and colorings that will make it pleaatant shopping for you Priuts Ginghams Percale Linens Dimities India Linens Duck Pique and all kinds of 2 Woolen Dress Goods Values for the Children Ii lu buying for rhochildrens needs youre anxious to secure what will give best service Strong service reasonable prices coupled with proper styles is what andigive you in the items for the childrens wear Child t ford 2 to 5s at COc 6 to 8s 75c 8 to Its 85c IiShoesr II Wo pledge you your moneys worth in every m transaction full and plump values just as low in price as good goods can be soldjust as high in quality as best makers can supply themjust- as correct for styles as its possible to secure them r I2 Mens Novelty Suits IIf its Suits made from novelty cloths that you desire Iiwo can supply you Were showing everything new and Iuptodate in materials theyll be tailored in that match less manner so characteristic of Edward Rose Co Chi cago tailoring theyll be the swellest la your set Real good suits those that fit you perfectlyneednot be high priced Its just the other way if you come to us for them Respe- ctfullyCARSONT COYr gIartford i YHH Htt H HH H III HI H 1 1 1 H I H H t 1 t 1 1111- 1f It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Car 25 cents for a half day Seated in a revolving arm chair with plenty of spice around you can enjoy lIS much freedom and ease IS you please If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch The ladles delight In the splendid ladles lounging room with Its lounge and inviting arm and its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have our meals In this car at any hour you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long is you please to eat It and you will only have to pay for what you order TheCoUon oIIllho direct has toTena Its trains run through from Cairo and Memphli to Texas without ehanc Dlnct eonneetlona are made at Ita Junctions tot of Tuai Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Far Weil Write and tellus whereyon an and when yon will leave and we will ten youwityourtleketwill cost wlchtnlntotake tomakethetatttme and connectIons and will send you an IntereitlDC little booklet MoL tilt nTJIa N L V UU11UCU1 ruir ill TIL 11 Y A 54515TrnharLituST LOUIS MO Bring your eggs Feathers wool chickens to Carson Co SCOTT9 S- fMufSION0 w f OF CODLIVER OIL WITH- HYPOPHOSPHITES y should always be kept In the house for the following reasons FIRST Because If anymember of the family has a hard cold It will cure It SECOND Because If the chil dren are delicate and sickly It will make them strong and well THIRDBecause If the father or mother Is losing flesh and becom ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTH Because It Is the standard remedy In all throat and lung affections No household should be without It It can be taken In summer as well as in winter yx and s 11 dmttUn SCOTT o BOWNE Oumltu New YOlk I Bost for tho Bowols No matter what alls you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowels are put right CAS CARETS help nature cure you with out a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your health back CASCARETS Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up In metal boxes every has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations 1 Educate Your flowela With CMtarcU lorarIOcRough River Telephone Company isroiroMiTCD I Talk being cheap andnecessary OU should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines in talking distance with tho whole county and business a reasonable runt to the only Hartford paying Telephone and Exchange Coor expenseifHartford Ky for particulars We tonal with all Independent Ceaputa x I n n Tim Kind You ITnvo Always Bought and wliJcli lias been in uso for over 30 years has bomo tho slKiintnro of has been made under his per c2Mrand supervision sitico Its Influicy no ono to deceive you in thla All Counterfeits mutations anti JustnRgooel are hut Experiments that trlllo with anil endanger tlio health of Inlnuts anil Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare Sorlc Drops nut Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys AVorms nml allays Fovcrlshncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens nnncenTho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THr CENTAUR COMPANY TT MUHMAV BTIICCT NCW TOUR CItY n 10 Ring out ths old Ring In the new Ring out the false Ring in these true bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine Tar Honey Natures most natural remedy Improved by sdene to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out i the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed anJ soothed so that then Is no Inclination to cough SOLD DY AL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c SOc and 100 Sin rr CIIrJ tIIIIAM8 YEAlfsoLDln r weddn I vy I I TarnoneynHit I linen trcgMre M A lilt141ft PnlucSll KJ 1 We sellnthree highest grade inachncsreach capable ot sat isfactory work through yearsUof constant use and yet difter ing broadly from each other in construction not all ofour cus tomers care for the same else why should we sell three We shall he glad to explain the points of advantage pos sessed bv each United Typewriter and Supplies Co f 446 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky TIME AND i I SPACEnretJr2cticallynnnihilated i I cumference of Old Earth in i so many different directions Foreign parts are no longer foreign in the old meaning of the term Europe Africa Asia are next door to us What happens there today we know tomorrowif we read TIIK CHICAGO RECORD whose J Special Cable Correspondents are located in every important dty in the world outside of the United States No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive service and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which are shaking the nationsof wars and I rumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old governimeats and the establishment of newof the onward t the race in all parts of the worldthe one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodate American newspaper THE CHICAGO 1ECORDI rlt 1 I A largo er t of tho world on Meroitora Projection about C3ilfl J innpJlchume a r rclit of raiueit accoupaulod by two tccnt mumps to rover postajo and Tho iniips tllutruto cl nrly how comprehensively the special rabla service nf Tim ruicAno UEUOUU covert the entire clvlllied world AdV ilrcss Tun CUICAUO ItLcojiu 181 MiJUon ttrcct Chlcoso I p1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNB i I O DFtL FtI New Tlinp fiiril takliiR lft Hnmlny Irllh1I- t1t nt IIIHIII Niirth liiniiiil Nit Int lIY um i Ni 1Y2 illli SnVI I i III No IK illU 3 II III Smith lluunil No I tI tlllf lltu a In No 101 lillY S51 1 in 1WIIIIhhlSllrlh llnnml Nr ml lnoV a in South lltHtiut Nn ItO lillY SVJ p in- Trulu No lot will Mop for Owriwbnru iIut nml LoiiUvlllf tiiMM iiKprM only S II VANllKTKn Apnt A LAWYERS EXPERIENCE Carried Hla Point and Made His Trip A prominent lawyer Mys tht unn years ago he went Wht I ut as he pi no clients and st da pnnt cline statving to death he dtcie I to lon East again Withmit ny tliiny 1 biatded a train for Nirlmll Ierf nterdinc to sie e pltymei t us r pttrr art ore t f the dulyiii piprr When the comluctur rallcit lr It ticket li- II siil qm on the st ITt llu Mashville I t ppstjim Mill pi mi The conductor 1 oktd at him hat y The editor oft t piper Is in thi smoker Come with me if he hlenli fies you all right lie followed the conductor irt th smoker the situation was rxpl tino Mr Editor sild 0 yes I rejoin z him as one the staff it Is all right Before leaving the train the lawyi again sought the editir Why did you say you recognize mt Im not or your piper Im not the editor either In raveling on his pss and was scatti to death least you should give n- itwayNew York Telfgraph CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thed T rSignature of fizf7ZTGeA The Philadelphia mint is carrjlnt out an order from Washington to coins much gold and silver as possible untilliurther instructions Twenty ten and five dollar gold pieces anr foliar balldollar and quarterdolla silver pieces and dimes are beim urned out as list as the employe an work It has been discovertd that ey alves and waters containing sugar o lead often produce lead poison fita to sight if not to life You run great risk in using such preparations ro speedily and permarently cure F on eyes granulated lids or styles withou he possibility ot evil after effects use Sutherlands Eagle EyaSalve Good Irugeists sell it m Recollections ot Abraham Lin coin I was living in the town of Troy onebalf mile above tbe mouth of An lerson river where Abraham Lincoln ttended a ferry for James McDaniel cant say how old I was at this par iculur time but I was large enough to go swimming and fishing anc1 wirnralng with other boys of my size age and Anderson river being oted place for fi lung we would co- nrcgte at the ferry and sit in the let- yboat and fish all day long Abe was alwajs pleated to have s there for company as it was ex tremely lonesome for him very few traveling in those days the co- untryfsRouse fthe ton pM liver and cute biliousness sick H livailnctic Jaundice nausea Indlgosf lion etc They aro In valuable to prevent u cold or break up a ever Mllil Ttitletcrtaln they are worthy your crmllilHire 1urely vegetable they ean bu taken by children or delicate women Irlev 23c nt all medicine dealers or by mall of C I 11000 Co Lowell Mass LYONS TRADE l rAAnf IJ LAXkT1VSYRUP NATURES CJHE ron ONlisfi In of the cure of Constipation UlUoinncsi1 Sick Headache Nnouness and t Jlspel Colds mid Pvc It drive out all Impuriliej f tj Mood an makes the complexion crIf do not liUc it Uttcr than nn- laxative you have ever used you moncyI well- S at soc per bottle eeflaeaPflatIencV KyJII KyIWIlllAlrlN 44Ai em Mellrnry K JOHN ATAVLOIlCroiiiHrllliy I WHY DR HATHAWAY CURES Reasons for Ills Marvelous Siirress I His New Free look Dr IJatliatrays method oflreatmrntldiiorxpcrl nicnt It Ii lit result ol twenty years ot cxiwrl once In the lest cxten ilro practlcn of any iwlallst In Mt lino In tim world Ho was graduated from one of the best medical colligci In RllltlrloClod cat education by extra Irtrtlceiirieries which jilacod Mm at tlioliead ot liU profes lion as a specialist In treating what are generally known as private diseases of men and women This system of treatment lie has more and moro perfected each year until today his cures aro so Invariable as to bo time marvel of the medical profession pcclallstInnat fees which makes It possible for all to obtain his services Dr Hathaway treats and cures Loss of Vitality Varlcocele Stricture Illood Poisoning In Its dif ferent stages Rheumatism Weak Iiaik Nerv ComnpimlntsUlcersand all forms ot Kidney Troubles Ills treatment for undertoned men restores lost vitality and makes the patient a strong well vigorous man Dr Hatliaway success In tIme treatment of Varlcocelo and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery Is phenomenal Tile patient Is treated by this method at his own homo without Ialn or loss of time front business This Is positively the operationlItsufferers from Varlcocela and Stricture to IIBJtSI Z7SS2V 30 and 31 of his new bookManliness Vigor Health a copy ot which will applicationWrite and symptom blank mentioning your complaint J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D l r lltitliawar A Co 309Chureli street iuitIile TeenJ1EXTIOV THIS IAtEK WIIBX WIIITtXO being sparely settled He took par ticulnr pains to entertain us with anec dotes songs etc lIe held out a great many inducements to attract us to him also he had a pet deer he cajled Roxy which followed him wherever he might go He was also the possessor of many marbles and we had frequent games it intervals between his ferry trips Then he played another game called muniMe pegpiayeiiwith n pocket nile with one blade half optn which s manipulated in many ways Sun y wis the busy day fr Vrryiiiif his day brought numerous settler mom tie neighborhood to the postuf ice at Troy besides they brought nu nerous articles to exchange for ton oods such as dye stuffs hand card etcOne Sunday quite a number n youngsters nut at the ferry and among hem were twin brothersAble am icob DeWItt about Abes size ant ge and cronies likewise and frequent IMOH of his They were flet ol lot good jumpers and wrestlers 1hJs Spolt was a lavotllc pislime with hese young fellows Strange as it might teem thus win brothers were only supplied with nough eyes lot one peon eich hav ng lost an eye in a duel with bows ind arrows when they wete small One brother challenged the other to tight at twenty steps Their seconiU were Austin Piety and James Threl kill They took positions and whet One Two Thret I were counted ofi they shot simultaneously the result being that each lost an eyethe lei eyeBut returning to the recollection n Lincoln It occured on Sunday aftei loon alter the bos bad engaged it fjot races jumping and wrestling Vble DeWItt was boasting about hh feed when Lincoln said Abel I vill bet you a dozen marbles agin vour knife that I can beat you run irg filty yatds if you will give tin en feet the start and I will carry s ail on my shoulder The bet was acccped In a j fly anr miter stakes were deposited the dis tance measured etc a crowd of spec ators lined up eager to see this novel rice find to watch Abe exploit hl fencerail The crowd whooped ant laughed and said Abe was a fool to risk his marbles and carry a rail as Able could beat him running without Mm cnrrlnganthln But Abe was up to snufl and knew what he was about The road was nice strtight and sandy but only wide enough to admit one cart at a time On either side was a growth ol heavy tall Iron veds as tall as a man Both athtc tea barefqoted pants rolled to the Vnee marched tip to the starting point Abe swaggered alowg In the tea with the rail on Ms shoulder It was very amusing to us little fellows to witness such a strange tnt race The judges measured II ten I et allowed Lincoln in the tint The signal to go was the dropping I n hat The runners took their places and eagerly waited for the Hrojpinij 01 the hat The hat druppvl lit re they came hell to contstb was n touch on the tun tnt DeWitt glad tally gained on him hut when he tied to pass Abe would ctoss him I vltb the rail Ut Vilt would tty first ne Me and then the other but Abs vould cross him every time and kept lim In the rear In nesting the out come DcWitt made a doperate lurch orward but Abe brought the rat round with ulhd gre t sarep t mped his progress that it brought bels probofcis Into collision wit he rail stunned him somewhat an IroruselyIus race to AIcI Them t1 e shout went up for the winner This demonstration ol the spectator miade the DeWitts fighing madam hey proposed to settle it with n fight Abe tried to settle the matter with ut a temp but the more he woulr ry to rtason the worse they ached to lave ttouble Kinally Jike DeWitt aid to his brother Abel bay nc uore to him he is a dn coward inybow Abe quick as a flash replied If you think I am a coward just get over the trnce and Ill show j ol that I am not ale II to fight you b th at 0 Rut the fiht never look plxce By this lime Jilt lrU Intel ppptMted on the Freic mill Mapped the tnuhV After finding out the cast e ef the clis turMtice h1tIHiIll11lct theta nncl II naly tnilnceil tilLiiI t S shake h nil uid btcoiiir trlcmls Hy Capt W II DiniclH efTres- yMtetessflridgtnre there any letters lor me this uiorninnf Itt Iitt 0 ly twi p itil rnr s Mil theres nulhit g ol importance In htm That ttttil 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uiitr of th rsptlv iloilim are theltpi- t atttl iit itiet ISS Our lee returned If we fait Anyone Mndme sketch and description of any invention will eonccrnlugIheratent sent upon r Vieit Iatenti secured expensePatentnoziecwitltoutcbargelnTiia PATENT Rtcoan an and circulated journal consulted by Manufacturer and Investors Scud foriamplecopy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS CO Patent Attorneys Evans Butldlne WASHINGTON D C Jlreiti with ou whether ou fnntlnti the fllwSlJltgtoieohbttltOTOIIAlimo euturomditreeIntcotint lion Ion maDhoOUO b 000DIIuteftnd rcteToorJVo Toildrarlitbo AC from T utifT fTtk ltwUa t whlhpitlnttyprltnIIObox M men6rUiil n HEAD ACHE Roth soy wife and mrnciriiuve been CASOAKETS and ore the btsi medicine wo have ever had In the house ListweeK my wife was frantic with headache for iImmedlalelyChIts STirxroRD Plttsburg Ssfe tDeposit Co Ilttsburg Pi CANDY CATHARTIC TRADI MASS nicXlTtRIO DoCooSCURE CONSTIPATION Stir ni j rjpi 01111 reri it dm5n1 I ISweet Bells Jangled of Tune and Harsh i ShiVespeara description fill thou women are cross des tothemselvessweet dispositions ecu gone and like UutthereMcELREES Wine of Cardui It brings health to the womanly organism and health there sienna I It strengthIttones the nerves which suffer log and disease have shattered It is tho most perfect remedy ever devised perfecthealth druggistsFor syrnptomnspartment The Chattanooga Medi- Cine Co Chattanooga Tents KEV J W SBriTLf Camden 8 O sari iMjr wife used Win CaMel at borne for aUlna IISO womb aod It cntlrelrcurad I CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON Contametous Blood loison Is tIme most descratlimar antitleitructive of all diseases n91t vitiates mid corrupts the entire system js MrsTWUMont All writes Srral mo I was InncuUtru with polwii a dlsesed- nttrse WilD Infected my baby and for six long I suffr l Jean My body wit covered tell sores sod ulcer See real phyiciautreatedt- oe but all to no pur poet The mercury ana potash they dsertn1 to the awful name which was devour inn me Friend advUed me to 1 5 II I Uitan tak improvedff0 coinilcte and perfect cure vai the tejult mg 0 The first sore or ulcer Is followed by little roil pltnplrs ott the hOlly mouth atlll throat become sole the KlamU enlarge niul inflame copper colored splotches ntul hair anil eyebrows fall out These are some of the milder symptoms j they increase in severity finally nttncking t me organs the body is tortured with and covered with offensive eating sores It Is a peculiar poison and so contagious that an Innocent person handling the same articles used by one with this loathsollle disease lie Inoculated with the virus It can be tratumlttetl from parent to child appearing as the same disease or in n modified form like Edema or Scrofula Many an old sore or skits trouble appearing In middle life is tine anti traceable to blood poison contracted In early life You may have taken potash anti mercury faithfully for two or three years and thought you were cured hut you were not for these poisonous minerals never cure this disease they drive it from the outside but it doing its work on the will show again sooner or later You not recognize it as the same old taint but it is S S S lies cured thousands of cases of- ConlaWous BlOod l olson and it will cure you It Is time only pnrely vegetable blood purifier known and the antidote for this poison S S S cleanses the thoroughly of every of the poison there is never any disease bookClstages many years close study of Ing It ou can cure at home anti your secret any Information or lour physicians They confidcucesssdiseases amid RIve attention Consult them no charge whatever for conducted in the strictest i Address SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA A m BATH CABINET FOR ONLY 500 Our Standard Folding Turkish B th Cabinet Guaranteed to be the Best of all Cabinets at arv Price or Your Money CI1ArfulIv Rfunddu n COtlO NOT UK lilI1EU MOIIK CONVKNIKNT IIMOlE nritMUK MOIIK 1IANDSOMK MORE SATISFACTOIIV IF YOU PAID KOnt lIME TIIK IKIUK WK ASK FOU IT Heady for 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