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lmia prnffiwlnn In thronrtnt Ohio and adJolnlnR rnnotlr Notnrf 1nyic Southern Railway Through Right not Southern Kta- tjKENTUCiaMENNlJSStlE South- CAIOLdNA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI I 6163 hurL Tbiw Dally Train llotvwn Lout Till ant lexington Duirriratloi Chair Can Trala hv end arrive LanliTllI Iron 8Tentl Street Union IHiiotconnwtlnK with train of th llllnoU Control llnllroad and L II It lit I It It For Inlormatlon addrw A Wiicuoir P T A 311 4th Ave IxtaltTUI- WU IITATLOCAfiUtaitO IA IxinUjlll hiWAruantaIIAgrat IDc I THE HARTFORD3 REPUBLICAN IFine SpecialtyaFZC1L adtOIAII1MilaltUa REV 13M PALMERS SPLENDID ORATION The following an Mtract from the Oration ol th litT II M rainier ol Nw Orlran dctlrrml before the TotMrrat Vttrrau at IxjnUtlllc ii- I literary and worth rwiillnit cud duds PATRIOTISM ON I3Otu SIDES It is not my design however to dIscuss these issues On the contra ry I have traced the remote origin o the Confederate war for a purpose which is entirely conciliatory and to explain some things which may ap pear contradictory It enables patties in this struggle to give ml credit to each other for patriotic mo tives though under a mistaken view of what that patriotism may have required It shows why no attempt was ventured to bring attainder of treason against the Southern chiefs whichcould not afford to be ventilat ed before any civil court under tbe terms oi the American Constitution It explains how through a noble for bearance on both sides always ex ceptlng the infamies of the reconstruc tion period the wound has been heal ed in the complete reconciliation of a divided people It explains how we of the South convinced of the right iulness of our cnuse can accept deleat without the blush of shame mantling the cheek of a single Confederate ol us all And while accepting the is sues of the war as as a decree of dealt By openly appeal to the verdict of posterity for the final vindication dour career In making this appeal Veterans in your name nmtifpnght to tbe subject ofthlsdaya n which Is to set before you the tribunal of History before which all the Issues of the past continue to be tried and which in the view of many sound thinkers is rendering a proximate judgment in what is occurring before us in tbe Immediate presentcThe most elaborate oration of the great reticles as recorded by the hiIbrian Thncydldes was that proc nounced over the soldiers who hadIfallen in the Peloponnesian war The nice sense of Athenian honor did nott allow the slain to be disgraced uporit the field of battle To this sentiment of national pride was added the deep er instinct of religion which among tbe Greeks enforced the strict per romance of fqncral rites without which the restless shades were doom ed to wander upon the banks of thep gloomy Styx forbidden to pass to smidLqecarnageslain must be rescued from the foeg and be borne in solemn pomp for in terment In their native soil while then memorial shaft bluzoned their heroics deeds in double testimony of a na lions gratitude It was fitting too that tbepageant of a public funeral should be Illustrated by the highest eloquence and the first orators of Greece such as Demosthenes ande Lyslas did not disdain the oppottunl ty for the display of their loftiest geniusIt was after the disastrous eamc paign of the summer 43r B Cwhen all Attica had been ravaged by the Spartan legions and her whole popu lation was compressed within the walls of Athens that Pericles hoseI name Is imperishably linked with Athenian empire ascended the Bema to speak the honors of the Athenian dead It was however no empty punrgyricj the filigree end frost work of more rhetoric but statesmanlike and grand in the utterance ot practi cal convictions As described Gtote it was comprehensive rational and full not only of sense and substance but of earnest patriotism impersonal and businesslike since iiI is Athens hersell who undertakes command and decorate her departed sons as well as to barken and 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nine after of nent and uric jroi but the you the has case that his by of sent free by more and find you this this and The and I I regular fifty cent and RMMOI dollar sizes are sold by all pod druggists tlemen with this lengthened pream ble for the porpose ol justifying an in fefence which will be found to under lie all that I shall pronounce in your bearing to wit that war is not the mere outburst of human passion but that when projected on a large scale and protracted through a long period and especially when occurring between members of the urns race it conflictfbltration In vain appeal finally to tb sword from tbe ulrnple necessity of settling the question of supremacy hlstorybeIa t the Thirty Years War between Athens and Sparta was but the culmination of the struggle between the Doric and Ionic elements ol the Grecian stockI which emerged at the earliest dawn o authentic history Prom the outset these two became the exponents of two opposing systems of government and social discipline Lacedemon es poused a policy which has been de fined as continental and oligarchic while Athens represented the ideas ol commerce and Democracy Sparta sought to consolidate the continental states of Greece under tbe supremacy ol the few Athens to weld the mar- Itime states into a Pemocratlc confederacy of which she should be the cen ter and soul The antagonism was fundamental and the two States sting gled together like Jacob and Esau even In the womb alSo ancient was the feud that the armed InVasion of Persia only composed it for a time to break forth at last in the Pelloponeslan war so fatal In its issue to the independence of both All this Is however not a whit more clear to our critical philosophy than it was to the statesman like discernment of Pericles himself We who stand on the top of so many centuries nnd survey the whole land cape of the past understand perfectly hat the wilderness of individual free 1 so fatal to the permanence of her power was yet the only condition through which Athens worked out her t mission and became the schoolmis ress of the world The largest liber I ty speculative thought and the ut mot freedom of social life under the stimulus of a popular constitution that woke every individual into action were perhaps theonly conditions un I der which those exquisite models of l- oetry eloquence and art could in the first instance be created which sue a r ly to reproduce And beyond the lory of her structure and her song which tbrw such a halo around the ame of Athens Is the glory of prtx the first demonstration upon the page of history of equal citizenship in a free State All this how ever is traced as with a needles preI clslon by the sagacious statesman who in this splendid specimen of for naic eloquence has adroitly linked the sepulchre of the heroic warrior with the position and defense of the principles for which he bled The orator was tight With the instinct of genius he struck the keynote ofC that solemn dirge which weeping Greece was chanting over the tomb 01I her slain It is not the sentiment of natural aOectlon alone seeking to hallow the remains of brothers husbands and sons sons It is not the impulse of haughty honor only res cuing the brave from the iron hoof 01I an insolent foe It was the deepI thought possibly unpronounced conviction that the dead were martyrs to a cause for which their own blood might as easily have flowed This made Greece weep as she drew her mantle over the slain and gave their names to lasting marble and Pctlcles was eloquent simply because he Interpreted the silent thought In a thous and souls that death fora just princi pie was a sacrifice tothe gods REMOVED A MAN LEFT A PACT with no grand commonality with clearly defined rights there was noth lag to which theconqueredracescoulc I be assiniiated and no bulwark could be raised against the corruption flow- Ing upon the bosom of such enormous wealth The Roman aristocrat was intoxicated Insallable irresistable the middle class was gone there was nothing but profigute nobles and dia bollcal populace Such in the language Draper who tersely addsAnd now it was plain thatthe contest for supreme power lay between a few leading men It found an issue Jn the first triumvirate Aft lira then pars edtbrough their inevitable course The death of Crussus and He battle Igof Pharealia left Caesar the master c the world The daggar of Brutus merely removed a man but it left the dfact The battle of Actlum reaffirmed the destiny of Rome and the death i the republic was Illustrated by the an nexation of Egypt Thus after tb lapse of 2000 years do wesummo- fancient Rome before the tribunal history to be weighed in the scale i equal Justtce Thus dox we trace the secret cause of that strange metempy choslsby which she slipped from republic into an empire back to a fatal schism In her original constitmCs tiomi prcventing her people tIng welded into a homogenous atate I 111 And thus do we see thelongreproach lifted from her Gracchi who pass from beneath the censure of an ofTe- nsive agrainlsm Into earnest patriotS- s who vainly sought to heel the wound- of the gored States and to stay the ruin by which it was finally over whelmed Turn your attention next to Spain- Early in the Sixteenth century the annexation of Portugal and a po- Iltical combination with Austria ana- e England as well as by her ImmenseI possessions intheNewWorldovershad owing all of Europe with her greatness beneath which the other power- stood shivering with fear Yet In the bosom of her fierce despotism lay the seeds of her early dissolution In th language of the writer whom I have already cited it was her evil COltuae- t to ruin two civilizations Oriental and Occidental and to be thereby tuined- herself Her Intolerant bigotry lost her the Netherlands just rising into opulence1 and power through which- she might have controlled the com mercial interest of the continent Herr expulsion of the Moors who had be come the children ol her soil enrich- Ing her with the learning ladusby- and art of the Etst robbed her of tbe opportunity which England seized of becoming through her manufactures- the mart of Europe The dally Jm portatlon ofher people from those pursuits by which alone national wealth can be created sank herluto- the condition of a mere broker in the precious metals Now for generations she has stocd as Draper says a hideous skeleton among living nations a terrible example of that avenging Nemesis following upon the track of guilty nations and Fcourging them for their crimes Shall I point youto the Commun Ists of modern France The fatal songs of the Syreaa luring the un wary mariner upon therockofScylla breathing no more seducing accents than those of Liberty Equality Fra ternity which roused the passions of the wild enthusiasts dancing around he Tricolor of the French revolution But tbe true import of those insane nsane ravlrfgs was soon read amid the horrors ot the Basilic and the Gnillotlte until the world stood aghast at the frightful spectable of rime and blood And burning Per s spared by conquering Prussian on y to smolder beneath the torch oCher owri incendiaries tells the bitter frui- tfthatrajalisrneweeDIu like A and which unless checked by the power of Godi will yet sack the world and lay the eatth in ashes at His Ieet Tang IND PAtSK IN HISTORY The last consideration to be urged will be presented in a fewer words Its that whatever doubt may hing around the truth of particular and Is olaled acts there Is in every portion ol history an amount of generalized truth in reference to which skepticism would be simple affectation A remarkable effort has been made in our day to reduce history to the category a positive science by the statement of the necessary laws under which human actions are produced In an elaborate work treasuring the labors of a studious life but arrested before completion by the hand of death tIIrI buckle pushes the reign of Inexorable law into the sphere of the variable and contingent Not content with the proposition that the volitions of the human will tare determined by a law of their own inscrutable to the- reasoa but perfectly consistent with freedom and responsibility he boldly pronounces that the connection o cause and effect Bieas traceable here as in every other department of na ture where from given conditions the consequences may be anticipated- by the progress of logic He pro ceeds therefore to anallre the elements of human character and to enumerate tbe possible conditions of human conduct deducting the conclusions that ETstory in all its forms Is a natural development like tbe growth of a tree This at least is the representation of his theory given- by this review r Mr Prounde who besides being philosopher is also historian and who on the other hand otjects that the factS oi history never repeat themselves exaclly and that we have not that recurrence an periodicity upon which the inductions of natural science rest He concludes therefore that It would be just easy to calculate mens actions by laws like those of positive philosophy as it would be to measure Neptune- It with a foot rule or to weigh SIrius a grocers scale All this immensely typical Be tweeD these extremes all along the- f dotted line there is every shade credulity Ju the facts and deductions- Ie of hi tory and every phase of skeptl- n chin as to both With those encounter disaster and defeat there is a pref vailing tendency to spurn Ihelestl mony ol human records They are a condition to seehow history is nlBn- a ufactnred for a pnrpoee how an im pndent partisanship manipulates facts how the truth which one per I sonally knows is suppressed bo I gross fictions are stereotyped byend d less repetition bow the brand of In Jurlous epithets is freely used to stamp falsehood with the seal of truth how misrepresentations and calumny are s stuffed into books and circulated around the world to preoccupy tI e minds of men It Is strange that some should morbidly infer all histiry to be romance at best if it be not also a br libel and a slander To which I reply that with all the uncertainty hanging about this or that particular facttheie lls a residuum of truth which can not be destroyed and which d JUdg118melltFor instance ihrow into fable all the achievements of Semiramis and Egype tian history will survive which in ftlia aggregate we are unable to meas ure and whose precise value we can determine History delves amid the sums of Nineveh and Persepollis walks around the hanging gardens of Babylon surveys the temples and tombs of any pyramids of Egypt cal culates the physical force that lay in all these ancient despotism and then pronounces her decree It is that this long succession of gigantic empires simply held the world until the light of freedom could break from the West until out of the bosom of a better civ ilization philosophy and science could rescue it from a superstitious and fantastic imagination It points the wholesome moral that ol all things on earth nothing is weaker than that what men call force and in its calm judicial tone utters a whis pering sarcasm upon the ambition of the sword REVIEW OF TUB PAST Regard the siege ofTroy as a myth renounce all belief In the existence of Hector and Achilles discount the more veritable records of Xerxes binding with foolish chains the angry I Ilellespontor of Leonidas holding at bay the hosts of Persia in the pass of Thermopylae or the sublime of Tbemlstocles gathering her populationI within the wooden walls of his fleets standing on the prow of his own ship exclaiming This is now Athens Yet when you have winnowed Grecian history of a thousand legends andI even of many of her accredited facts these it stands befpre you with its lus tended coast line and you pronounce today just how much Greece has been to the world In the vast Panth eon of history she hisiIcJjSjhAtft l itojt1p oo Let Nliebultr wltn m In criticism prune away the legends ol ancient Rome let the stories of Romu lus and tbe she wolf of Numa and theI nyjnph Egerla dissolve like the moun I ala mist yet Roman history will re main In rugged grandeur throwing its bleak form against the background of the sky working out the great prob lems of law and laying the broad foundation on which rest the systems ol juiispindence and the constitutions of civil government still obtaining passithrough all the galleries of modern history and unlcck the chambers In which the dusty archives of European- dlplomacyare kept assigning to each country its proper place and the con trlbution made by each to the common civilization What I affirm then ialhlK That the value of these final generalizations Is scarcely Impaired by the doubts as to this or that minute tact Content poraneous history written in the in terest of passlonor prejudice maybe largely a libel and future cilticism may be sorely puzzled to distinguish f between the truth and its travesty yet In the aggregate result these by a strange smelting process are sliced lout as not material to the issue As we may poison a fountain but cannot poison the ocean so we may coriupt single facts but cannot transmute the whole history of a people fntoa lie A thousand hints ol the tinth will tie Imbedded in the record which anti quarian research will disentomb The longisllent voices will deliver their testimony in the court of final adju dicatfon and in tlese solemn historic t retractions tbe good and the brave will a find an honest vindication Fellow cltlzens the application of this discourse is left to silence and toI yooThat which bath been is now dand that which is to be bath already been Invective and reproach will continue In the sacred name of hiss as tory to be poured upon those who de serve only her applause The faith ful witnesses of the tt nth will go on In cold and sorrow to the tomb bury in ing their principles onjy jn a protest But they will do it in the certain fall h ofa resurrection Eternity is long and it is their lifetime Upon the lip ol of that boundless sea their prophetic gaze is fixed upon the burnished throne which human justice makes its last tribunal and before which the nations and the centuries are art ralgnedolor trial Defamation and in slander iefSas lightly on their calm spirits aa the salt spray that crystal Hzes upon the silent rock the If too the warnings of the past like the prophecies ol Cassandra aLie stillwlet eyI are but sowing the dragons teeth of an armed and fierce retribution Con stltutlonaUreedom has not come forth from conflict of ages to be stifled now when her broad shield is thrown over two continents She will reappear again and again amid the birththroes of regenerated States for regulated liberty Is to the Commonwealth what piety is to the churchthe very law of life Both have struggled through corruption and decay to a more complete realization But if the day should come when despotism shall so far consolidate its rower as to crush all human freedom beneath its iron heel then will be consumated the second apostacy of man after the flood in the usuapatlon of Nimrod II The members of Louisiana Dlvls Ions U CYalihe conclusion ol Dr Palmers address presented him with a bunch of red and white roses Gen Gordon then announced that the Committees on Credentials and Resolutions would be appointed this morning and that jt was neccessary for each delegation to send liLa name for each committee These names are to be handed to Adjt Gen Moorman Gen Gordon also announced that each State will be expected to appoint a SergeantatArms all of whom will report to Col Cantrall at 9 oclock this morning Gen A J West of Atlanta on be hlafvol the Georgia delegation pre tented Gen Gordon with a handsome ly carved walking stick emblematic of the great struggle between the North and South Gen Gordon accepted the cane in a neat little speech of thanks and then adnounced that the portraits of distinguished Confederates would be un veiled ot 8 oclock Gen Cabell made the announcement from the stage that all members of the TransMississippi Department morningThesneeting morning at 10 oclock when the reg ular business of the reunion will be transacted Con Jno B Cordons High Trlbuto to Kentucky Speaking to the Confederate Veterans at Louisville last week Gen Gordon paid Kentucky the following high tribute The trUth is gentlemen that your state holds a place among her sisters that is not only unique but decided uMtrarcuywuVUOU inatneb tuckys history taken as a whole titles her to a position in the enI TVjtf sates Look at her struggles wuu stealthy and bloodthirsty savages in tbe wilds ol sri Unbroken wilderness when her botlplI oneers were all heroei and their wives and daughters were all heorlnes d When even her faith lul black slaves caught the contagion of courage andt of sacrifice Would that the short time allotted me permitted a reference to the long list of heroines of Kentuckys early historyand to her Daniel Boones and to her Clarks and a host ofother stalwart men and brave women whoI thus blazed out the highway of progi ress and of freedom KENOCKYS DAUGHTERS Beginning her life amidst such sur rounding reared to statehood upon food so conductive to exalted man hood and noble womanhood is it any wonder that Kentuckys daughters of today are the pride of a great com monwealth and challenge universal recognition as among the fairest the truest and tenderest of our peerless women Is it any wonder that the Kentucky of todayboasts of the proud array of her great sons of her Breck bridges of her Clays and of her Crittendens her Helms and her Han sons her Marshal and her Morgans and her almost endless catalogue of soldiers and statesmen worthy of the highest niches in our republican Pan jheon Is it any wonder that from such a field sown with such seed we should today gather this harvest of generosity and lavish tribute to the heroic remnants of the immortal Con federate armies hit any wonder that such planting and such culture should have produced a hospitality as free as the air and as boundleu as the ocean I In conclusion permit me to briefly recall another chapter In Kentuckys I life a chapter which embraces the most momentous period of her history or ofthe history or this republic During the stupendous conflict be tween the American states Ken tuckys most famous families and all classes of her people were represented in both the Union and Confederate armies In her marvelous fecundity she had previously given birth to both Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln These two great sons torn within a few months and milts of each other nurtured on the bosom of this coul mon mother were destined in Gods mysteriOus providence to find homes in different sections to grow up under different Institutions to become the representatives of conflicting clvJlIza lions respective presidents of contending republics The one was to die at last dlslranchlsed by the which he had long and faithfullyservedlnd tor whose flag he bad shed on Mexican a IF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office ReasonableII FRIDAY Attorney soil The other was to meet his death by an assassins bullet NO NEUTRALITY In like manner Kentuckys counsel I n were divided some for the Union some for the Confederacy These counsellors ably strove to keep her aloof from the impending conflict to render her passive and neutral but neutralityInnever had been and never will be Kentuckys role It could not be tbe neutralityIsnor of Gods economy Neutrality has no place in masterful minds nor in heroic hearts Neutrality has never yet developed a great character nor characterized great people nor writ ten one sparkling page In human history Kentucky therefore would have none of it Governors might proclaim neutrality legislatures might enact it but no edicts nor stat utes could chain down the unconquer able spirit of Kenluckys sons Into the one army or the other they went as their convictions guided them And wherever they faught whether for the union of all the states or the independence of the southern states whether they followed the flag of this great republic br tUe fiery cross of splraI freedom under whatever banner or leaders they were marshaled Ken tuckys sons wrote their noble record on historys most luminous pages Heaven bless protect and guide Kentucky May harmony and Chris lIf 11 IYII7JMr R O Everljr Mrs E C ErertjCOa Diamond Street Philadelphia Pa isyij I feel woll never felt better 4htn for your at tention and Pernna I will be glad too alt I cau In the waY of advancing the tale of your valuable medicine I do- hink Peruns the beat medicine I have ried at any time Blanc I began taking Pernna we have never been without It Read what an elderly woman sayss woman who has pueed through all the phases crises and experiences of gIrl- hood womanhood and motherhood I really believe that every woman in the world ought to have Pefuna on band the time I for If she gets tired Peru na refrebee her If ahe get nervoo it her If 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otJraaajlrtuu decay bone palti hilt loose SQtO UIfOIto etc Our New Method Ttmc t Will cure yoU MENS LIFE BLOODNothiug ens be more demoralizing to yOIIlIII4 middleaged men than enmissioss dt1laltbrorb the urine They euflia man for bmiiIeeU mar It I1llfbt oraecnt habits la yotbcellbsocial No maUer whetherned life or happiness Treatment wlU natural weakness or excesses our New Method tinly eraTOa GURUS OUA ANTUD NO CURB 140 PAY No Name Used Without Written Consent I IIDeforeTreatmea tountofgoodlU W A Malr of Itqu 0 ystI was one of the connlltu victims early vice at 15 of are Tile draIns on ay system were weakeatne 017 braims a e sexual and nerious ly leD1For ten trIed score of doctors- eiectrlcbeltaudp4telitlflediCin Sombel nienonecured 1 ap hi dpalr intact contemplating lclil when a friend advised me as a last retort to glee the New Method Trcatmaas of Or K 4 K a fair trial Without confidence I contented and la three months I WI a cured moan I was cured lena years ago am married and hartll K A X to afflicted fellow menAfter Tile Knows honest urinaryPalOIUIDnt We reattlltttt 13 xrTe treat sod cure Varlcocele Gmltsloai Nerrons Dttnity Hemiaai neaKoeu Cleat Stricture Unnatural Dlscharcts Belt Abuse KWne and liladdar SJ Diseases and itt diseases of Men and Women NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE Ne IONO lent Co D No names on boxes or CBTclopes ETtrythlnt coafldcnUal finettloa list aDd cost ot treatment Hl BS DR Kennedy KerganS eaa fflfagsa C K KK KK KAK KK K r tV K 1 11 I r r L 4 u L L hu r 4 r A Hartford Republican FaN and LON ROGERS Editors lophOu1noc Cc = Issued Friday by thi Hartford Pub Colneorpor ti tnltud at Hartford postolfiei assecondclass nail matte FRIDAY JUNK 8 TIlE Boer capital has yielded to the British and the war is practically etui ed Tin situation In Bt Louis over till union street car strikers grows more eerious every day EOUTH TKINIILE was turned down in the meeting of Filth District Democrats when they rescinded its former call barring all men from taking part who voted for any other than Guebel THE nomination of Judge Ed 0 ORear for the Court of Appeals insures Republican success in that diS trict this fall Hazelrigg will be fol lowed by a genteel gentleman a law yer of ability anl a man that will bring cicdit upon the high position which ho holds rather than disgrace Robbery does not Jeslify Robbery Our contemporary asserts that lie his caught us lying to tho public and proved it WE DARE mil to show In one instance where THE RKPUDUOA has falsified Will he accept We yet maintain that Goebel hat uo right lo contest notwithstanding the tusumed editors spurious logic to the contrary Mr Goebel had no right to contest without some reason some cause for a contest It was his privilege to contest but not his right Webbter defines jight thue 1 that which is right or correct Specifically a The straight course adherence to duty obedience to lawful authority divine or human freedom from guilt the opposite of moral wrong b A true statement freedom from error or falsehood adherence to truth or fact c A just judgment or action that which is true or proper upright nets integrity 2 That to which one has a just claim We maintain that Goebels claim was not a true one neither was It proper nor did it bear tie semblance of justice upngatness and integrity The allegations charged were not true statements but false and frivulous No pretense was made to follow truth or fact tbe sole object was to gain II point regardless of right or justice in the case William Goebel had nu moral right to contest the election ol Gov Taylor than any other private citizen because he bad no reasons nc grounds on which to base a contest hood TiiBRErimucAX does not eudors a contest anywhere unless the ccn testeo base his claim on undisputable evidence The contests in Congresi to which our contemporary choose to refer have no hearing on the Kentucky contest This journalistic blatherskite elects to justify the fraud which he admits has been practiced by his own party by referring tc cases in Congress which were accord ing to his statement taintedwith fraud but which he really has no knowledge of lie is indeed a pros titute who attempt8 to justify the in iquitiesof hid own soul by referring to those of another likewise he is a base hireling who presumes to justify the robbery of Governor Taylor of his of lice by citing an outraged people to ucLa which have been CHinmitted in Congress To what will the pusillan niraous editor of the Herald refer Dext to justify the evil of his own and his partys doings The Herald Should be Discredited Tit nlltiirn of tin lnx nli y iiriraii ol iiininlii t v Hi it Idur Iliiy Honlil kii at tlw nliiir HIM irk trout UK holy emil iiml UIHI iiirtlni hip iiitniil ii imitv Hint M MH Mlim Mother nl hi rivHiiiu UIPV ulollIIIIIIIIIIr mmimythImig- ml fcmlifM to rHiirimi Ami yt I hppi imp hi IIl ii w 111 iii In WiliiMlulM m nj ivr lnitltwH ml lit tilt luliT III tint Itrjlilll in I iiml KiiitiKly HVIII to IItuuuimytiput nl Hi iiiinlTniin miMintiilii Mnll t tii nun hum Iriikfiit 111111 nit I ii IMM vi t Kglliiturii am- lltlllT llllHllll IIIUnltTllll llrN w lllrllll4 HUPIll- lHcriiltv luuilunil HIM iiMii luutlcin til Jlr lix ln- 1Tbe above ia us uear thin truth as time Hartfuid Herald Is capable oftellihl Its frlitnr prefers telling a brazen lie to tlif until and in most every issue he preniiiilikhes his purpose especial ly ii he rulers to THE IteruiLtUAN anti its editors We slated in our last issue in language that cannot be mis understood our position on the steal in the Kentucky contest We have not a word to recant Every intelli gent man in Kentucky knows that Taylor was robbed out wright of the ollice of Governor and if the editor Of the Herald does not know it it Is only because of that dense cloud of igno rance which encircles hU realm As to the matter of a religious mans en dorsing the wholesale slaughter of the ballot box we do not believe that any Christian who o hen tal eye is not be dimmed with party prejudice will sancion this rape of the ballot box How brazen in the man wl o will reproach his contemporary with lawless ness when be and his party are over vhelmed in its practice yet the fU tumtd editor h48tbe barzen effrontery f to ceargo TilE REPUIILICAN with lawlessness when most every act of the byIsome act tl force stance the drawing ot the contest corn mitce thin manner in which Goebeli was declared Governor way in which the cletk entered the proceedings tf the Le ifhtow and Senators at the Capitol Hotelor some other ilungeoir as being in regular session in the Hlate House Three are living facts which the assumed editor endorses TIlE REPUBLICAN docs not believe that Taylor knew of the coming of these men Irom the adjoining counties to Frankfort styled mount aieeew presidedover by Captain Shapof Lexington a staunch Democrat and ah exConfederate soldier These men clime to protest against the manner in which the Goebelites were conducL ing the contest They did not have their pistols as Goebel Jack CbSnn Clerk of the Senate and presumably every other Democrat at tbe Capitol did hut they were carried so they could be seen We believe that the otiumcd editors quotation attributed to Taylor to bo a purjured falshood secured only through that 100000 corruption fund Our contemporary has the audacity to wilfully and purposely lie and then attribute it to TilE REruwncAN We arc not surprised however a man who claims to be a follower of the crucified Lord and accepts stolen goods with such glee as does the u fumal editor can be relied upon to do most anything disrespectable Thou shalt not Btal sayeth the the Lord Having stolenyou should be conscistent with your calling and i keep quiet Gov Taylor is Indicted On the 31st day of May Judge Cantnll issued a bench warrant fgi the arrest of Gov Taylor on an in dictment supposed to have been found against him on April 19 1900 Upto this time the indictment had been kept a profound secret when the law expressly providi that TOE INDICTMENT MUST liE PRESENTED BY Till FOREMAN IN TilE PRESENCE OF Till IRAND JURY TO TilE COURT AND Fit ED WITH TilE CLERK AND REMAIN Jl illS OFFICE AS PUBLIC RECORD Just why JudgeCantnll acted in this man ner no one knows but himself While Gov Taylor was in Washington he sent telegram totheCommonwealth 5 Atorney Mr Franklin asking if aiI I indictment had been found and Ire r was ieueed this information again Judge Yost in person demanded I I Mr Ford circuit clerk of Franklin couuty to see the record book ant JHJ LI I- shouldbave been returned in opei court by the foreman in the present of the grand jury This we mutt con I less has been done according to the forms of law in Demorratii I bauds while the Statute and Crimi nal Code say this shall be done not I in secret but in open court It the indictment was found on the- GovTaybrL day he has been in Frankfort itI Louisville and other points in UK State and he was not molested 1 f Gov Taylor was guilty of the charge preferred against him on the 19th o f April it was certainly known before the 31st of rarsix weeks alter the finding of the indictment Why the co irt bad entered upon the record bwk the indictment to be kept in ce i ret six weeks with an order that Taylor should not be arresteduntilhe notified the clerk to issue a bench far rant is a mystery to all Kentuckians This indictment should have been grandjurythe grand jury in open court and euteredof record which is tc be kept as a public record of the court and not secret None of these provisions were complied with The indictment was not presented by the foreman to ho Cot rt III t hue pirrcnro of the gruNl juiy iu ujitu uuuri abut entered of record Who can bhiuis any man for evading arrest to be mado hmen who openly and lUgrautly violiro the law as III the matter of Taylors Indictment Gov Taylor is iu Indiana anti he should stay there until ho can be treated with respect III Kentucky veryIto be lodgei iu jul without evidence and not being permitted bind us in YuheyDallow and Jjm Howard These gentlemen are all confined in prison without any proof or evidence whatever save what corruptionlund Campbell Justus Goebel Ac Tbe GovTaylorriinktlii tinalt Court Th Cmiininnwinllh ol Krtitmkjr VH WllllHiu H Tnvlor liKllrimcat fur IIIIIIK uiifiwiry lirfori llm tot to tlm wit till iniinlrr til Wllllnm OnrM Thigrainl Jury nl the county ollninkllnln tho tUlIP iiml liy thu nathorllyiil tlm CiiiiirniinuMillh uI Kfiiturly niriiM Wllllnm S Tnylor ol tHing nviwory iNfiiiv limp fnrt to tip willful iiiurilirnf rillliini liHlirl ifimmltttKl u folliiwn Tim nill William K Taylor III tbu Milil rouiity ur Franklin nn tlm nth day of January A II 1IlOO11111 Mntv the nmllnic of thin lulli tinmt nlimfully vlllfnlly anil fcluulounly of blIIIIIIfurrtbouKht ami with lutrnt to tiring IIluollI with and procure the murder 01 WiiiimnmliwiwI- did fontplrr with iolcb Powtrn F W blue 4 1101TIrron Oiildon Job I 100 r John Flnlry Wllllnm II Cullon llonry Yont iy Jnn llownnl llrrry llownnl llnrlnn YhlttakiT Hlrhnnl roiiilm nml there to till BTnnil Jnry nnknovn nn l ilhl rounwl mlflw imour in nlil iiml ftrnrnrr Ilinry Youtwy Jninf llownnl llirry llo nrl llarlnn Whltlnk r lllobonl Comix nml other noniit tiule fcmml Jars nfl known nnlnwfnlly wlllfally felonloanly nmliil their mnlnm iiforrtbiinnbt to kill nml inaruVi Wllllnm loflKl which One of the Ini t five named Knou or nnolhrr Ion nrtlntc with them lit who U to thin graml Jury unknuwn n formnl 1 then unit HIIIT thereunto liy the nld W 8 Tay lor lnfotv the hurt iomi WnilTl l nronniBwti nlilMl ami inirnml illil liy nhiwtliiR nml wonml InK the fnliltlHoliel with n Run or vItl londnl with powder nml o here plii lreii nnd li ndin summit uteri luau nnil other hrinl nulwtnmTH from whlrt rhaotlnKnnil wonmllnn the nld Oocliel dleil on thue third iFu1 day ot Frbrnnry 1000 but which of raid tact Htnirenimtloiivd ierone no in ntiiiv paid nrtnnlly nml thp hot that kIlled the old IwtwlU to thUKrand Jury unknown nitnliil the I umce nn li1lsnlty of thum Commonwenlth Kentucky lloncnr II FHASKUI- Xfumth Atfy Htb Circuit DUtrict Ilvin nnder my hand Hi Clerk of Mid ronrt thin Slut day of May 11100 THOU II FORD Clerk Gov Taylor was elected Governor of Kentucky lau November by the consent of 193714 to 191331 count ed and turned iu by GocbeliU On the 12th of DecernberTaylor became Gov ernor of Kentucky by taking the oath of office administered by Chief Jus tice Hazelrigg When the General Assembly met Goebel called upon bis cohorts of corruption the members of the legislature and senate to re move Taylor from the governors chair and on receiving this command the legions of fraud and force and cor- ruptiOn sprang forth like so many demons spurred on by promises of of fice and boodle and political favor but in the midst of the charge on civ il liberty the leader of this host was struck to earth perhaps by an assan sin but more likely by one of his own members aud Gov Taylor was imme diately arraigned before the public for this crime There are perhaps a few partisan Democrats who really believe that Gov Taylor was knQwn to the the murder of Goebel but they are few Ninetenths of the Demo drats in the State believe Taylor inno cent and this fact will be vindicated next November by the election of Taylor by an overwhelming majority IJusticea Mockery Since the beginning of the cam paign of 1899 THE REPUBLICAN has unceasingly contended that it was no part of the will wish or desire of the Goebel leaders to conduct an honest lair and manly election in tbe State but that it was their aim and purpose to get control of state affairs regard less of the peoples will as expressed at the polls November 7 1899 Tm basis of this charge has not been luilt upon idle fancies nor false theories instead upon living facts Our knowledge of human nature farrant the declaration that no man or set of men can be trusted with unlimited ThisbyI courts guaranteed them Kentucky praetaGoehelisru tion That forcible presentation filled alt Kentucky with amazement and alarm and drove many honest Intel ligent men from the party It was indeed a new departure but only all harmonious action of tie Goebel elec lion machinery pattencd and operat ed by Win Goebel Along in connection with this grcal outrage was echoed and reechoed the astounding declaration of South Trimble that the people of Franklin county were not to have a fair elec tion This hellish declaration met with the hearty approval of Judge I Pryor one of the three men who per mitted the dIsfranchisement of the people of commonwealth As tbe campaig advanced evidence of the I Intendedsteal became more and more abundant This evidence was of sucha nature as no honest iutelli henryWntterson operation of the Goebel election law Lthe result Is not left to chance What did that menu It could mean but lone thing That is that Dill Goebel was to be Governor of Kentucky re gardlefs ol the majority against him It meant that not time people should Ielfct but that tho Goebel machine should make a Governor This asser aim had time sanction and approval of Wm Goebel iu this significant lan guage You cant out count me and you cant count me out Tho other felluwQ may do the voting but we Democrats will do the counting With this evidence corning from the speaker of the Democratic house of HepresentativesBanctioned by a Dem ocratic ex Judge of the Court of Ap peals and a member of the Democrat ic boardof election commissioners by the hithertogod of Kentucky Democ racy Henry Watlerson and Wm Goebel himself who could doubt the purpose of the Goebel gang Surely none but a dullard a fool or an igno ramous Following the campaign came time election the count andthe steal Then came the Democratic Court of Appeals declaring that in spectors and officers of the Brown Democratic party and other parties should not bo admitted to the count ling room Then followed a Democratic legis lature sluing as a high court approving ho acts of the most bias and par isan court that ever bore the name vhliout ever heariiig or considering one word of the testimony submitted j ltoof Appeals declaring that it had no authority to investigate the nits uf time legislature no matter how flagrant n crime might have been corn mitted and the steal was completed under the forms of tho Goebel law Notwilhstandjng tHatthe Democratic press of Kentucky has continually proclaimed time innocence and fair ness of their courts yet in the face of these infallable facts what man who makes any prctenlious to honesty would dare defend their course In a checkered history of an hundred and eight years no parallel can be found in the State of Kentucky distantly approaching tho debased and partisan rulings of these courts The last and latest ot the works ol these fair courts came to light last Thursday when from thehoneat fair and Impartial rulings of Judge Cantrills court issues the order to the Clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court commanding said clerk to issue a bench warrant on an indictment found by the April grand jury against Governor Taylor Six weeks after the indictment was rctuned it waiI brought to light This action ol Judge Cantrill might be explained il there were no law on this subject But the law is so plain and clear that a school boy might clearly understand The indictment roust be presented bj the foreman in time presence of the grand jury to the court and filed with the clerk and remain in his ofHce as a public record says the law But it did not suit the purpose of the prosecuting conspirators tc comply with the law HonestMudge Cantrill said never mind the law just lay that thing up and if Taylor comes out for Governor we will put him in jail Every decisiom Cantrills bai been as partisan as could be He has used the high office which he has disgraced to protect and foster the course of the conspirators Fellow citizens do you see honest and fairness in these act these deeds Do you see that time courts are sit ting upon a plane where political in fluence never reaches or delving it politics usurping authority and ex ercising the high offices intrusted U them to political advantage Do you S rigbU count for anything Shall the guarantee of the constitution court t for naught Shall you be free oF shall you allow thieves and usurper to reigu In the fair land of Kentucky These are solemn questions which now confront you You must submit or you must resist Resist with toe ballot and by force of might if need be Our rights roust be respected peaceably ii possible forcible if nec esary Them I more Catnrrh III time nrtlon of Itme nmntrr than nil other iionire tot together Hn1 10 i i 111 111Iifta rVniede nod n lumpnl tree 01 I1T1iumnntei it IumnrIule sienue luau IVMI rntirrh to twit coimtltntlonal itsue un tteifmrereinireoumthtuitiuuuunitrentiuent unit A Cntiirrli rnre ninimfactarrd JV P J Cheney tfit Toledo Ohio In the only roimtltntlonnlcur on tlw market It l taken InternHllr In dow from IOiln Hito ii tMi oonfiil It net illrectl on the blood nml iiimotM euirfump N of the ArIa Thcr sifter out uiinilnd dollar fur any now 11 ccii to inn Send torrlriutirn anal ltmtlnioiil Addmm r 1 llliNKY Toledo II Hold liy liriiRKUtu Jlir lliillii Inuilly IlIN an tlw limt An Important Llstof Appoint monts Washington June 5 Nomination a by the President Brigadier General Joseph Wheeler U S V to be Brigadier General U S AWalter K Landls to be Postmaste at San Juan Puerto Rico Johnl A Russell ol Illinois to be Attorney Genejal of Puerto Rico Samuel C Bothwell of Puetto Rico to be Mar shah of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico William II Elliott of Indiana to be Commissioner ol the Interior of Puerto Rico W F Frear ol HawaII to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Hawaii Clinton A Galbraltl and Atfonia Perry Hawaii to be As sociate Justices of the Supreme Court of Hawaii Judges Circuit Couits of Hawaii Abraham S Humphreys of Hawaii Fist Judge First Circuit R B Skill nun ol Hawaii Second Judge First Circuit John W Kalua ol Hawaii Second Circuit W S Eddings ol lIawall Third ClrcultGilbet S Little Hawaii Fourth Circuit J 11 tidy of Hawaii Fifth Circuit Wm Haywood of Honolulu to be Collector of Internal Revenue district ol Hawaii Portors Antiseptic Healing Oil Relieves nil pain instantly For cuts burns boils bruises itch eczema catarrh sore throat erysipelas corns chapped hands or plies and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous membrane it is a sure and permanent cure 48hoursmoney refunded Horsemen wil find this oil will cure scratches cracked heel halter burns soresandcollargalls No cure no pay For sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky 41 Tho Injustice to Taylor The action of the Franklin Circuit Court in accreting the indictment ol Taylor and springing it at a time when it would have political eftct is causing widespread adverse comment all over the state The whole action was in direct violation of the code andI tile law but this seems never to have eaetrated the officials of the Frank lln court and even now that it is a miller of general discussion glvVa them no uneasiness The whole mat ter is summed up very clearly by Col Hreckinrldge who Is a lawyer as well i as editor of the Lexington tier aid This Is what he says The in justice of this conduct can be seen In a moment when it Is understood thatI as soon as the Franklin Circuit Court j adjourned Governor Taylor was at thel mercy of the prosecution It a warrant could issue he tould be arrested and confined In jail and treAtI ed precisely as Howard is treated the prosecution retuse to consent to a I bearing and he is compelled to remain in jail without ball until the next term of the Franklin Circuit Court It will also be remembered tqnt no one has dared to swear out a warrant against Governor Taylor The elastic conscience the detectives employed by Campbell seem to have been sufficient for this purpose This Is not a question between the Frank Ito Circuit Coutt and W S Taylor It is not a matter personal to W S Taylor It Involves the rights ol ev ery citizen in Kentucky In it is in volved the power ol very court in Kentucky Thesupremacyof the law Is at stake Are the judges or people supreme in this State Is there power our Judges to repeal modify or suspend the statutes of the State and to deprive citizens of the rights guar anteed to them by the law of the Commonwealth This is much more im portant than the interests of the particular individual who has been in dicted Dispatch Pretoria FlnallyTakenby Lord Roberts Army London June 4lt was announced at the War Office this afternoon that at 2 oclock today South Africa time Lord Roberts and hIs army took formal possession of Pretoria the Transvaal Capital The announcement was greeted with the wildest demonstration and the wires were made hot sending the news throughout Europe The War Office has received the fol lowing dlspatchs from Lord Robertiit Pretoria June 5 1355 P before dark yesterday the enemy were beaten back from near1y all otthe po sltlons they had been holding and Ian Hamiltons mounted infantry followed them within 2000 yards ol Pre toria though they retreated hastily Dellsle then sent Ian officer with a fig oC truce into the town demand ing its surrender in my name Short ly before midnight I was awakened by two officials of the South African Republic Sandberg Military Secre tary to Commanding General Botha and a general officer in the Boer army who brought me a letter from Botha proposing an armistice for the pur psse of settling the terms of surren derI replied that I would gladly meet morning but that I was not prepared to discuss any terms as the surrender of the town must be unconditional I asked for a reply by daybreak as I ordered the troops to march on the town as soon as it was light In his reply Botha told me that he had decided not to defend Pretoria and that he trusted women children aud property would be protected At I oclock a m to day while on the line of march I was met by three ol the principal officials with a flig of truce stating their wish to surrender the town It was arranged that Pretoria should be taken posseslon of by Her Mj a tys troops at 2 oclock this afternoon Mrs Botha and Mrs Kruger are both in Pretoria Some few if the Btitish prisoners have been taken away but the m j irity are still at- Water vall Over a hundred of the officers are in Pretoria The few I have seen are looking well At 2 oclock this afternoon almost eight months after the declaration of war Lord Roberts entered Pretoria While the CommanderinChief ofthe greatest army Great Britlan ever put In the field was fulfilling the promise he made to tile guards at Bloemfon tein to lead them into the capital if Transvaal England was celebrating the event with wild enthusiasm Throughout the length and breadth of the country the news spread Bated on the recollection of recent European wars when tbe occupation of the enemys capital signified the end oi hOhtllities Lord Roberts terse telegram was taken to mean the prn tlcal finith of the war which has tried Great Britlans military resources as they were never trird before In London the Mansion House and war offices almost indtintaneously became tbe centers for jubilant throngs Flags again appeared as If by magic and traffic had to be diverted through other streets Hatless and coatless men and boys ran through tbe city alleys to see for themselves bullettlos announcing the news and staying to join in the cheers or add their vorcell to thejnyful thorngs singing of God save the Queen Hats hoisted from a thousand heads were waved in exultant hands and shimmered like a coal bed in the sun Other men on top omnibuses and Aldermen from the windows of the mansion house encouraged crowds to still further etTirts Oregon Republican Portland Oregon June 5 Late reo turns from yesterdays election indI- cate that the Republicans have carried the State by 5000 to 7000 The leg slatiirc is close J Roaono Why Governor Bock ham Should be Ronomlna tod as Given Out by iel E OSullivan DunItho Evonlng There may be n irinvement to defeat the nomination of Rtckham for Cover nor but It is doubtful if it has any eal strength Judge Joseph 11 Lewl whose candidacy is bilug pushed by lukewarm democratic j intnil is nearly eighty years old and is physically unfitted to stand the strain of an exciting contest Judge Hazlerigg and ex Congressman Hendrick either courllerJourual and the machine Democrats will fall into line With the State Central Committee organized in his Interest the mass conventions controled by his personal friends the majority of the delegates will be Instructed for him no matter what the people gener ally may think The News Is heartily In favor of Beckhams renomination No other name should be presented to the State convention lie has earned the unant mous approval ol Jhe Goebelized Democracy He represents Goedellsm in blossom and fruit He stands for all the infamous political methods by which his nomination for Lieutenant Governor was secured and through which the seizure of the governorship was accomplished lie favored the passage of the Goebel law lie ap proved the leeds ot fraud and violence committed in its name lie accepted an office stolen from its rightful own er citing this thieving measure as his warrant for doing so lie is under public and private pledge to carry out the doctrines of Goebelism which has lor its basic piinciple the rule oh tbe minority and the disfranchise went of the citizen Behind the mask of personal cleanliness he represents In his weak and shallow character an organized criminal and degenerate democracy which will let nothing stand in the way ol its plot to capture the government ol this state against the wishrs of tbe mwj Irity ol the votersBeIng a typical product of machine politics mere wax in the hands o unscrupulous leaders who cm mold him at will and standing as he dots the exponent and defender of G ebel ism in its worst form The Xears favors his renomlnatlon The mention of his name will solidify the forces 01 good government and array the Independent Democrats against him and result in his destruction Whet I Becicham fills as he must he will carry with him into the ruins tire disreputable structure by time aitiit which he has reached the govenor ship Hii defeat will give time death blow to Goebelism and will scatter thu carrion politicians who have profitci by if agKffinyflpfoSmunUVirfffiY5edl fnPu thirupon nomination lie belongs to the conspirators The cannot desert him They will put their toiled hnd dishon sired banner into his hands Anti tin disposal of him can be safely left to the honest voters ol Kentucky Louisville Newg a Wheat crop in the State of Ohio lithe poorest since 1866 The wheal crop ot that state will hardly react 14000000 bushels according to the State Board of Agriculture Conditions compared with an average cro Is 29 per cent HAIR WALW thinorbs its luster Wealth of hair I- swealth indeed especially woman Every otherphysical attraction is t secondary to it We r we will ijtells ing get A a a LAY inairior Growthbccomesv- igorous and all dan druff Is removed- It always restores color to gray or faded i hair Retain your youth dont look old Before your time 100 bottle All druggists Tlgornowpatmifactoryinrecommended this Hair Vigor to theycliJlalrIgurthem Jult II a I gotabottmootAyerifaiIgor Sirs N E HAMILTOK NOT 41 1893 Norwich N Y Writ lb Doctor beneStyrniwrlllhe AddrlIu A I- ieti Immense Lines of Summe- rSpecialtieSattheBig Store of R1T Collins Hartford Ky To inaugurate our June sale and make good OUt claim for the best goods at lowest prices we quote spine remarkable values this week and there is hardly a limit to your choice so vast is the assortment wo are carrying You can only have a proper appreciation of what dealing in this store means when you see how little are the prices we name on merchandise that is of highest quality newest style and thoroughly relia ble in every way 4 Silks See our colored wash Silksalso fig ured Foulard Silks We make a great reduction on all Silks during our June sale We arc iheadquarters for Silks of all kin- dsDress Goods We ofler the largest assortment ol Washable Dress Goods for our June sale consisting ot Orgundies Dimi ties MarseillesPique Denham Cloth Percals I iwn etc We nre sure to please you In this line Call and see them Our White Goods will be a special item for our June sale Embroideries to suit them I Our Lace CutUlti and Rug depart meat will always meet your demand A special for IUIIlIPans in atmadance A special for June r Hosiery at a lAcnfieIlsle thread striped black and tan ribbed Hose rhe famous Topsy Hosiery National r9th will at of 2195 for trip Tickets on I5th to return Agent Salary week expenses to Introduce Poultry and country Send Mfg Haute OEt KM Always BJpatun Underwear We carry a handsome line ol ladles gents Underwear lisle thread cotton for sale Umbrellas for ladies gents children in the latest andCstyles The thing for hot weather Corset stock style you wish front 250 up Shoe and Slipper department complete All kinds Shoes for weather prices suit your selves rMothers will well to come for their chlHrin1 apparel Theres nothing your boy wears cant founl arc head quarters for Suits lists Shoes gents Shirts In negligee also fancy plain bosom and plaited The largest stock YuOdg men hond them We hnviit spucc sufficient to you all our rune specials hut we cordially invite you to make our store your headquarters r Cull and examine our goods Bring us your Wool Feathers Eggs ginseng etc Yours truly Ri Ti COLLINS trzatL A Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc theITaluahlo and information Ilrranlelln n convenient torlll tr hand ell anyothterdletionaryI J AIM Colliule Dlctloauyc with a o1tlhOlneary etc nnt dna In qualdllContl rises Inllw InaCottonBeltcanenJoyyou enjoy thC large smoking room with Its arm chairs and lounjtlnjtroom houryou C youpleaseThe Cotlon Belt thi lint toTeiu through from Cairo IuJunetlon tt1Ieonpeetiou will lend you to Interfiling littld 05 tllP 10 nus L t lilUtit tail TIL Jl- BT V A ICUOU list Pumi AltULOUIS MO titimIti I On account of Republican Convention Philadelphia June 1900 the IC R sell tickets from DeaverDamKyto Philadelphia Pa the the round sale June iStti Final limit June a5th 1900 S B VANMBTKR Great opportunity offered to good reliable men of 15 per and tor man with rig our Mixture In sect Destroyer in the stamp American Co Terre Ind 29 tf- Bari O AJS T O X theIts You Hats Bought lI4t and in and A specialty our June and shades Our slaughtered any or make way Our Is of hot at to do here or girl that be hers Ws Tics etcNew shipment ol and front on the market you see tell Webttn dlreet Ill train run ant booklet tIIr nl lIS Pa R rate for IForSaloOne thoroughbred birksjilre boar 18 mouths old weight 300 pounds con Address4 Boat for tho Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well CASCARETSout a grip or pain produce easy nat ural movements costs you just to cents to start getting your health back CASCARBTS Candy Cathar metalboxesstamped on it Beware of imitations NUCFSNWUiITIf JUUWJxn 40 ear lacrMilu jhel4ouihh prove HuRlini1 Tonfn a pmmt remedy for Chill nml all Malarial Fvva Hotter tliin Quinine Inarnntunl trrA At UrnffgUU tuc ami 100 bottlm 33li j n f Arc offering some special ATTJIAG TION for BARGAIN SEEKERS through their diflcrent departments rt is our intention through the en tire season to make ourHOUSE your shopping headquarters Quality the best Prices the lowest will be our motto Special JJIothinrj Sate i Mens black Satine Summer Coats SOC j Good Linen Coats 750 and f100 MenSblack Luster Coats ft to350 IGOOlllrnen Suits joo and 3 50 Mens all wool Dlue Serg Coats 200- Goott Cottounade Pants Soc Boys Linen Pants 6 to 13 r5ctWool Pants 6 to 13 eU8 350 IDo Suits knee pants 6oc Boys better grade Suits Ji 25 i to 53 So- Youths Suits Coat Vest and I long Prints at f2 00 to f8 oo IMens good cotton mixed at l 50 Mens all wool Suit f4 co to r I 1200 INaltlll nobbtet line ol I jn Ohio county I Iricm to suit purse Quality the best I Lovc t pticea on Prints DJ I rawtte Linens GltiRlmtm Cot lontiaileg Itleociied Cotton Ta Me Linens Percales Wood I Guodntia Linens Swisses a Laces and Embroideries i rI Highest prices paid Wool Eggs J Feathers and Ginseng PIiAOR I KeownAM 1Martin lFOHD Liverymenor IIIrlnCKIKIJUATKI MKAll FEUT1 A LlJiltSf HUCiGIKS imiDSELLV- TAUOXS BLUE 1 ami WOUNT PlOWS DKUUING HAKVEST ING MACHINES AGENTS 1OU Jl CASE TIIHKSiUNG MACHINES JIIl FAIUKST DEALINGS LOWEST P1ICESTIQHEST RIGS GIVK THEM 4 CALL EVERYTHING FUISTOLASS Trl hcno Tn w Hartford Republican n PRIDAY JUNK 8 erMr E J eaton Beda was among i our callers Monday p 4 iS Judge Miller went to Owensboro fi Tuesday to attend Federal Court Mr J W Allen near towu made 4 t us a v ry agreeable call Mouday Messrs C TEdwardsand John W Young Hottoncalled to see us Tues S 7 day Mr F W Pirtle was a pleasant I caller at Tun REPUBLICAN office Tuesdayr Miss Katie Polk of Eureka Ind t is visiting her uncle Mr llohn Stow ers near town Mr N C Daniel of Cromwell erved on the Federal gun d jury nt Owensboro the first of the week Dr Z II Shultz who has been at tending the Medical College at Louts I vlllc the past term Is In Hartford this weekattendlng Commencement Dr Shultz Is blways welcome in Ifiart- lordfIi4IJsi1 I CONSUMPTION Shoe and Slipper Dept Infants soIl Dongola Kid Slippers hand turn tan or black 5oc- Childs In same quality and colorssizes 13 H to aa 75c Misses Priesmeyer Slippers in tan every pair guaranteed at rooIquality at soc Ladles Kid Slippers Kid Lined solid bottom tan or black plain or cloth top at l Ladles black or tan Pries meycM Slippers every pair guaranteed or you money back from 1 25 to 2 on Old ladies Buckskin size 4 to 8the thing for comfoit at sMens good fine Shoes 125 Best grade mens file Shoes latest last from l5o to 2 50 Mens patent leather Shoes ft SO Utile Gents tan or black Shoes i Just like daddys Men s heavy work Shoes 1 J anti 1 as f You will find our Shoe de J paitment superior to any InIHartford Visit us and getIposted Sure to please you j for Hams THR IS Quarterly Court begins Monday Mrs 1L J Hudson has a rag carpet for sale Rev w V Cashnian Calhoon was I in town Tuesday Mr J C Rudd Owensboro was in tuwn Tuesday and Wednesday Mr and Mrs B D Rlujto left Wednesday to visit Mra Ringos parents in logan county Mr JI Ruley ol La Cross Wis is visiting his sister Mrs W S Glues Fotdsville Little Miss Onlda Reid Owensboro ro Is visiting the family of her aunt Mrs Jo B Vickeis Memphis Tenn is the city selected by the Confederate Veterans for their next annual meeting Mr A B Riley cashlerof the Bank of Livermore Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J C Riley Messrs B II Hodges and Owen locker of the Union community made us a pleasant cidi Wednesday Air J A Anderson has moved into the property on Union Street recently vacated by Mr Broadle Howard who has moved to Owens boro Linen Suits for men 200 Linen IlanlSSoc Bjya pants 150 Boys 250 Boys Linen Suits 100 at Carson Cos Wash Silks for Waist at 28c for mer price 6oc Imported Qrgandies 15c were 250 The best of goods Ask to see them CARSON Co We will give you a good Oak Rock- Ing Chair with 2000 worth of cash business or if you prefer we will give you a French Bevel Mirror 10x12 with standard frame Ask to see the Chair and Mirror CARSON Co Rev Boice Taylor of MurrayKy and Prof Fred TayloroS Russellville are the guests of their uncle Sheriff S T Stevens They will visit rele tives and friends in the county for several days A petition signed by neurly all the legal voters of the town of Hamilton praying a vote on the question wheth ej thesaleof intoxicating liquors shall or shall not be allowed in said town was filed in County Court Monday Prof J B Taylor of West Kentucky Seminary who has been elected Supt City Schools at Middlesboro will leave the i8th inst for Bloomington Ind where he will do a terms work In pedagogy Mr Sam Gaines the Census Enu merator in the 1ordsvllle section has worked 45 hours in which time he took 7 jo narats ro farms and three manufactories The census popnla tion of Fordsville Is 597 II I Eruptions An eruption all Idver my body caused a burning- SeflSatIon5oIConldnot HoodjaSarsaparllla completelyI ILlko Father Liko Child Man is the sum of his ancestors wish healthy children let them see that they themselves have pure rich strong blood No taint of scrofula no Insidious malady no lurking microbes or germs to be a cUrse to posterity Purify the blood Hoods Sarsaparllla is the guardian of Infants yet unborn Buy it today CccdeJ Ayoung mule and milch cow forj sale Apply at this office Bring your eggs Feathers woo I and chickens to Carson Co Mr J W Moore Beaver Dam wa a pleasant caller at Tun REPUBLICAN office Wednesday Mr Moore renewed his faith in the good work of Tim RB POIILICAN Good example let others follow Mr George Thompson and family moved to Horton last Monday Mr Thompson moved to Hartford in the winter to send his children to school We hope to have him with us during the whole ofnext years school work A A and Arthur Nash who were caught in this county recently charg ed with counterfeiting money were fined i and cost and sentenced two years in the penitentiary each They were taken to Nashville by Deputy Marshal James Iflvou need Dry Goods Notions Clothing lists Shoes Carpets Milli nery goods or Furniture why not come to Carson Co They sell goods as cheap as the cheapest and give tree a good Oak Rocking Chair or a loxiz French Bevel Mirror with standard frame with every 2000 cash purchase v The Floating Studio will make the following places on dates mentioned Will be at Ceralvo May 22d and remain until Jane 4th Smallhouse June slh and remain until June loth Klrtleys or Humphreys Landing June toth and remain until June 13th I Point Pleasant June 13th and remain till June iSth H O SCHROETKR Propr Mr Marion Yates of Rochester made us a very pleasant call Wednesday Mr Yates has just returned from a visit to relatives in Eastern Tennessee He says crops are splen did in that section savewheat which will be very light on account of a small fly that destroyed the grain In its embryonic state The following is a complete list of Census Enumerators who are now taking the census of Ohio county for the year 1900 Butord Magisterial District Esq Ed Massie and James 8lIer Fordsvllle Magisterial District W S Gaines Jacob Jones and C S loxley Rosine Moglsterial District C E Raley Jo B Rogers and Geo W Rowe Cromwell Magisterial Dis trict J II Stewart Herbert Stanley ceo M Maddox and D W Kiuimel Hartford Magisterial District 0 R Tinsley J U Davidson and J B Wallace Rev Boyce Taylor of Murray Ky satlnrday J8861HeI Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville He is a very brilliant you g wan andoueof the ablest young ministers in the State EVery citizen in HartfordVshould bear him i Mr James Bullock of near Small I house was drowned in Green River I last Friday night lie had been ill for some time which Illness in a de gree affected his mind While the party waiting on him was absent from the room Mr Bullock arose from the bed and leaped into the darkness runing at full speed toward Green River At a short distance from the house is a high bluff towards this he ran as though for lifenot stopping butI leaping headlong into the water to death The body was since found near Rurueey returned and burled in the family cemetery He fancied that some man was trying to kill him Our boardpf councilmen have prom ised the town brick side walks street lamps and a stock aw to the effect of keeping off the streets dogs hogs and horses The town has been enjoyfng the benefit of excellent street lamps The council tins begun its promises to keep that dogs hogs and horses shall go and brick walks laid on all the streets and alleys of the town A four and a half foot walk is to be built from the Walker property to Union Street near the college All walks are to be four and a balf feet wide These improvements are much needed and when completed will add greatty to the comfort convenience and appearance of the town S Drownedc Mr Conts Miller of the Sunny Dale community was drowned ip Rough River Wednesday evening at aboutsundown at the Combs farm about six miles above town Young Miller had gone down the creek on a raft of logs and was returning home in company with Elisha Durbin They had gone up on the North side of thet creek and Jailing to find a boat un dertook to swim the river Miller was leading and near the South shore when his strength gave away and he i twentThe swiftness of the water made a the task af swimming great and his clothing also added to his burden 1The body has not yet been recover ed and possibly may never be Young Miller was nineteen years old lies was the sod of Mr Jo Miller of Sun I ny Dale Coal We will exchange coal or deliver from the Dr Miller Dank for any thing in the Dry Goods Groceries or Feed line at Hartford prices Tele phone 66 Jo A ED MILLER aKnights ofPythlas Moot According to announcement repre sentatives of the Fourth Pythian District met In Hartlord last Tuesday Quite a number of visiting Knights were present The meeting was one of the most successful and enjoyable that the order has ever enjoyed The banquet given by our home lodge was excellent and very highly enjoyed by all The success of the occasion might well be measured by the length of the session which closed dl 2 oclock amThe following visiting members were present From Star Lodge No 19 Owens boro W P Howard Martin Yewell t Ceo Brown James Lewis J T Frank W Barnctt P J Murphy W E McDonald W II Owen W F Relnhart J W Lytle J W Carter Charlie Car ter J E Keely John Fields and Wm I LodgeEarjlington G Kof RS WadeSheltnianandj Supreme Adams Louisville Ky Grand Tub Une Jno W tarter and Grand V CI IRlvtrand Neal Duncan Rockport C Mi Taylor Beaver Dam i S When you say your blood is impure andappetite poor you are admitting your need of Hoods Sarsaparilla Be gin taking it at once p r Marriages Mr E L Burden Abberdeeen Butler county to Miss Julia A Donly Date of marriage May 26th Mr J B Young Jingo to Miss Hester A Asbford Horton Date of marriage May 28th Mr Anthony Arbuckle Select to Miss Mamie Hatler Rosine Date of marriage May 30th Mr T J Small Brownsville Ind toMIssEltaFulkerson Hortot Date of marriage May 30thjMr C K Elizabeth Hoover Buford Date of marriage June 6th Mr J R Carman Render to Miss Serena P Carter Render Date of marriage June 6th Gross Earnings for MayI Railway gross earnings for MayI compared with those of same month last year are as follows Chicago Eastern Illinois 3601 ooo increase increase Chicago 5000IInternational Great Northern 247000 increase 30000 Louisville Nashville 2202000 increase foS r 000jMinneapolis St Louis 217000 decrease 21000 Missouri Kansas Texas f851j odd increase 75000 Mobile Ohio 47OQo increase 44ooo St Paul 3ic8ooo increase 96 000 Southern Railway 2435000 increase 83000 Texas Paclfic 655ooo Increase 57000 Tho Health Problemt Is much simpler than It sometimes supposed Health depends chiefly upon perfect digestion and pure blood and the problem Is solved very readily by Hoods Sarsaparilla You may keep well by taking It promptly for any stomach or Mood disorder It cures scrofula salt rheum catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism and other dls ases are numbered by the thousands p hHoodsr r Night In the Holy City Jerusalem has neither street lamps policemen postmen nor newspapers people who go out at night are ordered o carry lanterns under a heavy penalty The keeping of three successive Sundays Mohammedan Jewish and Christian leads to much loss of time for the lazily disposed observe all hree Night in the Holy Land is thing to be remembered The air is DyspepsiaI ppp sla in its worst form and tried many medicines found no lief Hoods until I reoI rllla and Hoods Pills To grejI found and a cure I am now well andstrong MARY E OYRD Otney III soft and balmy neither hot nor cold the suu setting like a globe of ember tinges the top of the blue vapor which ever hangs over the Moablte Mqun thins and Dead Sea with iridescent tints The sky is literally powdered with stars not gleaming as they do on a frosty night in the North but soft and dreamyEx Tho Greatest Rainfall In Years The most destructive rains that have fallen in this section of the State in years visited this section last week The heaviest rains seem to have been along the course of Harrietts creek along which stream fences df every kind were carried before the rushing flood A large number of small cattl- eari4ogs which were running at large in tue bottoms were drowned Two families that were living on Mr Jtfl Bells farm were run out the water standing at least four feet In the houses Mr Bell informs us that the water was never known to be in these houses before We have been inform ed that another famify whose name we failed to secure living in the flats came near finding a watery grave only escaping by knocking boards from the roof and ascending to the top of the house From various sections of the county north of Rough river reports come that crops in the low lands ate all either submerged in water or covered by the sand and deposits from the waters Not only have the crops in low lands been almost completely destroyed but crops on the up land have suflered little less as they have In many Instances been washed out All the small bridges and culverts in the region of the extreme heavy rainfall were washed out In fact re tbattveryI asIgreat as vas ever vanced period of the season Slow Are Your Kidneys t RamsloWhat Will the End BelCircuit Court adjourned last Saturn day amid confusibnanddiscordamozigl the a war words was waged between some ol the attorneys and one promiment attorney lost his temper and gave theilie to some one who questioned sincereity Finally peace and brotherly a tranquility intervened and the doors of the court hall were closed the work of the court was about as finuinberoftigers and gamblers aggregating about 2500 pureHartford was the work of the grand ury The people were interested in the work of the grand jury from the factthat it is first through this judi clal function then court that they hope to exterminate the blind tiger and surpress the Illicit sale of liquor The grand jury acquitted it self admirably and the case Is now with the court Will he come to the aid ofa struggling and helpless peo pie or will he uphold the Illicit saleS of liquor in the town of Hartford The citizens ol Hartford said by an overwhelming majority that whisky should not 1e sold in the corporate pthisquantities judging by the number ol indictments returned the last a jMrwcre returned against BJ5 Collins D against Will Aultmiie 3 against Jas F Carson and 5 against Quinton r Her d It la a sad fact that some ofthe most influential citizens of Hartfordare aiding and abetting those engagedy in the illicit sale of whisky the a14of Iris honor the court and with the efficient service of the coun I It n ty attorney this whisky business can J easily be destroyed The county at I- torney has proven himself anxious to perform his duties as an official and b gdutytown of Hartford from the enemies of law and order What will the end be All Over tho County Papor Here Is the latest story on the man who is too stingy to take his home apera The man who was too econ of omlcal to take the county paper sent is little boy to borrow the copy taken y his neighbor In his haste the boy ran over a four dollar stand of bees and in ten minutes looked like a warty summer squash Ills cries reached his father who ran to bis as slstance and failing to notice a barbed wire fence ran into that breaking it down cutting handful of flesh from but his anatamy and ruining a four dollar pair of pants The old cow took advantage ol the gap in the fence and the got into the cornfield and killed her self eating green corn Hearing the racket thewife ran upset a four gallon churn full of rich cream into a basket of chickens drowning the whole flock In the burr she dropped sevendol lar set of false teeth The baby lift alone crawled through the spilled milk and into the parlor ruining brand new 20 carpet During the excitement the oldest daughter ran away with the hired man the dog broke up eleven setting hens and the calves got out and chewed the tails ofl four fine shlrtsEx r Commoncomont c The last days of the years work are drawing near The years work has been one ot the most successful in the history of Hartford College The character ol the work done has been very satisfactory to teacher pak Iron and student The number oI boarding students in attendance is as great os that of any previous year Wednesday evening at eight oclock the commencement exercises opened with an excellent mucical entertain ment by Miss Caroline Wccrnets class The exercese was highly enjoyed Ice cream was served alter the program was tendered At 2 p m yesterday the class in the teachers course delivered their term finals The members of the class were Misses Lena Miller Ma gan Artie Wilson Rosine Lulu HooverHorse Branch Oma Maddox Smallhouseand Messrs Sain Turner Maxwell and A S RalphPleasant Ridge Rev W S Danleyof Owensboro delivered the commencement address last evening which was interesting appreciated and enjoyed by all pres entThe following persons will receive diplomas in the B S Course at this evenings exercises Messrs J D Stewart Beda Jas DeWeese Shreve- C L Patton Adahburg CW Mose ley Hartford Warren Peyton Horse Branch and Miss Mattie Pirtle Hartford p Dot ToUrco SpUd SuiuVe Tour 11ft An j To quit tobacco easily and forever be mac ncllc lull or Ills nerro ana vigor take NoTo Bao the wonderworker that make Teakjnen motif All drujKliU Woorll Cureguaran teed Ilooklet and sample free Addrea Sterling RemedyCo Cnlcago or New York v Pearl Buttons Pearl buttonmaking was first made possible in the United States by the McKInley tariff of 1891 Of course the industry was nearly destroyed by the free trade Wilson bill of 1894 Af ter further protection was given the Industry by the Dingley tariff of 1897 the eighth biennial report of the bu eau of labor statistics for the state of owasaysA development of the business was witnessed in 1898 no ess than thirtysix being established during the first six months of that year Seven towns in Illinois and sir n Iowa are centers ot button making It supports an important fishery ands the report says Besides the people thus connected with the business many others in more than a score of towns are bene tted including merchants machin sts boatman draymen and trans portatlon companies Democratic free trade will kill the earl button business throw lots of eople out of employment and injure local trade and transportation Ex Eczema ItchlngHumors PlmIplos Cured by B BBIfutile Free to Snirerer Does your skin Itch and Burn Dls tressing Eruptions on the Skin so you companyDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form n the Skin Prickling Pain in the kip Bolls Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood ure and rich B B B will cause sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear the breath sweet B B B is ust the remedy you have been look ng for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readers are advised to try B B For saleby druggists at 1 per large bottle six lajge bottles full treatment 5 Be sure the bottle Completeirections ferers may test It a trial bottle gIvenI away Write for it Address ALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe our trouble aid Free Personal medical advice given 2 a nit wltt youwstbryo tIse tkt re Ullnc noTUUAU lim Ibe dulr for lobteco vlth pieIce nPiIUthbld r torel mft infckei 1uef dliQl l WOTOHACfromOWB drvrvutvnollliooch for Bi T k It wltk a- wIupatlu piriUUDUj Ous Mtll llre rMIbaiMIMeon ft4t Uus IMj Je a o Large families Col D W Henry of Irvington was in the city Monday and in sCak- Ing of Brecklnridge county peopled generally and their good traits told us Mr Vitltoe of near Hudsonvilte aFbreeder of race horses who makes thel Southern circuit with his own horses and riders that he has thirtyseven living children among which arc twentyone boys all living at home conducting a fine farm and enjoying themselves Mr otherwiseI nearest neighbor Is Mr has only sixteen boys living at home the strangest part of the story Is that no bad feeling or jealously has ever arose between the families about size and Mr Vitltoe has never re flected on his neighbor for not much of a man Hawesvllle PlainI dealer CENTRAL GROVE KY Rev Wheeler preached an interest ing sermon at the Baptist church Sun day at r t oclock- a Sunday School is progressing nice ly with Mr L J Iglehoitas Superintendent Master Arnold Williams who ha been visiting relatives in tho neigh borhood for several days has returned to his home in Central City Mrs Nannie Marklns ot Owensbo ro is visiting in the community- Mr and Mrs Henry Bishop were the guests ot the family of Mr Elijah Bishop Sunday Mr E R Bishop has moved t Render Mrs Bee Hocker who has been sick for Iseveral weeks is convales centMiss Ora Miller has returned home after a weeks visit with friends at Fordsvllle Mr N P Brown and Miss Sarah Pirtle Elmwood attended church here Sunday Mr Authu Baseheart and family visttei relatives at McHenry Sunday Sunday School at the school house is growing in interest with Mrs An nie Berryman as superintendent Several of the people from Central Grove contemplate attending children day exercises at No Creek Sunday Mr Bob Mathews of near Ceralvo visited in the neighborhood recently Misses Zella Heflln and Augusta Benton Centsrtown and Missf Eades ot Greenville are the guests of Misses Madieaud Ada Parks at this writing Masters Artie and Leslie Rowe vis- Ited their sister Mrs Mrs E R Bish op at Render last Saturday Mrs Jntia Heflln of Heflln is vis iting in the neighborhoodAGNESIK S Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic tQdayfession in this line His exclusive method of treatment for Verlcocelc and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cnres in 90 per cent of all cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men be is especially successful Dr thandoubleCases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him today fully about your case He makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his of lice or by mall Address T Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn if Notlco For a neat job of cleaning clothes call on Roy P S Majors on Union Street and Apple Alley Indictments Returned by the Federal Court Perhaps the shortest term of anyJ court considering the unusually largei amount of business on hand ever held In Owensboro took place Int the past two days in the United States Court When the court opened Mon day morning there seemed to te enough business to insure a whole weeks sitting but the manner In which Judge Evans disposed ol prose cutions as well as civil business was something remarkable There were about thirty five cases stricken from the docket not mentioning the bust ness done on the civil docketas well as the work that was brought before the grand jury The petit jury was discharged this morning and the grand jury completed its work at 230 oclock this afternoon Inquirer S s IOOUl A NflTCIl IN TIME Hitrni nine IlDKhn Tonic new luiiirored tMte ptauant taken In early Kprlnic And fall pro verft rljlJlIDenga anti Malarial Karen Arts on the liver tone up the jrttem Itotter than Quinine Guaranteed try It At DraggM Me IlIuJtIOO boW asSet It Notice The Commercial Telephone and Telegraph Co also the Hartford Tele phone and Exchange Co bav sold their telephone outfits to the Rough River Telephone Co and teslres toIwind up its affairs and go out of busIIness S A Centenarian Mr James Beatty Ireland of Skill man celebrated his io3rd birth dayI last Monday June 4 lie was born in Nelson connty June the 4th 1797 and has lived in Hancock county for perlodof sixty years Ills health is remarkably good and his mind is as clear and active as thatI r a man of forty years ofage He takes a great deal of Interest in public affairs and discusses them with Intelligence Three years ago Mr Irelands birth ay was celebrated In a grove near Skillman by a large number ot friends ew would have believed he would be and active three years after rDont Stop taking Scotts Emulsion be cause Its warm weather Keep taking It until you arc curc It Jdgive you rich blood in summer Ias in winter Its cod I easyL Wi wards At this celebration there were men present whose ages ran from 50 to 75 years who have passed away At the present condition of Mr Irelands health there isnt any leas on why he may not live many years yet Brecklnridge News ForonrSTakeorsaIt C C C fall to cure druggists refund money A Slap at Trimble South Trimble was turned down by the District Committee meeting which met at Lexington Tuesday The fol lowing substitute call was issued realizingoa mary election in too greata burden lor the candidates to bear and that it might prohibit some worthy Candida dates from offering their claims to this honor therefore be it ResolvedThat precinct conventions beh eld in the various voting prclncts in each county in the Seventh Con gresslonal District at 2 oclock stand ard time on the 6th of July 1900 for the purpose of selecting precinct del egates to represent said precincts at the delegate conventions to be held at the court houses of their respective counties on July 7 at 2 oclock stand ard time 1900 which convention shall select delegates to represent their res pectlve counties In the district con ventlon to be held at Paris Kentucky on July 10 at i oclock standard time 1900 The basis of representation of each precinct shall be one delegate for every 100 votes cast for Bryan in 1896 and one delegate for each frac tion ifsuch fraction exceeds 50 or over provided that each precinct shall have at least one voter in said delegated convention In the district convention the representation shall be as follows Each county shall be entitled to one vote for every 200 votes cast for Bryan in 1896 and for a fraction of 100 or over ResolvedThat the persons who wIlt at the November election 1900 be legal voters in this district who are devoted to the principles of the Dent ocratlc party and who by participating In this convention will feel In honor bound to support Its nominee and the nominees of the Democratic national convention shall have the right and are hereby Invited to participate in this convention J W LOSBY Chmn WM CROMWELL Secy Dont 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 EI CnCAndIf aa0 fall druggists refund money eCURED with cetabI UarienndLFcalled hopcleM la tildays at least twothlrd of all nymptomi rimor d TMtltnonlali and TEN DATe tnatmeat tree DL 1 1 CKIUS SOU Box KAtUnUUa There are now four candidates for Governor in the field Beckbam Lewis Black and Smith The Goebel per followirj want Black with Laws second Beckham is the most pop ar of the lot but he will be turned down The gang is not yet ready to give up Its hold on Kentuckys throat Inquirer II am Hale andHearty Now V I writes C B Hill of Marshall Mich- a living proof of the efficacy of Dr Miles Heart Cure I have suf fered 20 years from heart trouble and became so bad I could not lie down to Physicians failed to tryDrMiles usingtDR MILES Heart Cure Guaranteefirethook on heart and nerves tent free Dr Miles Medical Company Elkhart Ind Rough River Telephone Company lrOkIONATElJ I Talk Doing cheapand necessary you should prtronielioino folks where you can buy your own pjonos build our own lines untalking distance with the whole county and business points generally IIonll paying a reasonable runt to the Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor expenseIfHartford Ky for particulars connect with all Independent Companies H beenInhas bccuinnctoumlcr his per 4rand StIpCrJSIOfl since Its Itifliucy S no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations awl uJustosgOotP are but Experiments that triiio with ami endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Parogone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Fcrcrlxhucss It cures Diarrhwa and AVind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTueGENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYScti Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years ernIJ and nttru I1IIIiVIIi ikllii Itnt ic IrmaDpnt rilu ml limrlo II A U tiiU u1- I Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine Tar Honey Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lung are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out thr cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed I membranes are healed and soothed so that therr Is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottle Only 25o SOc and 100 SUM dBE SURE YOU GET Dr Dells PintTarHoney We sell three highest machines each capable ot producing sat isfactory work through yearstof constant use andct ing broadly from eachother in construction not all ofour cus tUrners care for the same elseIwhy should we sell three We shall be glad to explain the points of advantage pos sessed bv each- UnitedTypewriterandSupplics Co 446 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky I I TIME AND I SPACE ibluau telegraph systems which now belt the cir cumference of Old Earth in longerforeignarc next door to us What happens there today we knowItomorrow if we read THU CHICAGO RECORD Special Cable Correspondents arc locntrd in trtry dty in the world outside of the United States No otherI American newspaper ever attempted so extcnstvea service 1 and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press For accurate intelligence of the I stirring events which are shaking the nationsof wars and rumors ofwarsof the threatening dissolution of old ments and the establishment of nwof the onward governI the race in all parts of the world the one medium most satisfactory information is the enterprising uptodat American newspaper THE CHICAGO RECORD IIt U FREE ItIIIbOlilucOTer pobtago und wrapvlng Thoinap lI1utrnto ole lhOi eomrrel jvfiile AlldlCSllI I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 8 = I i o R RXew Time tnI taking iflirt Rnmlaj April Silt HHPO nt noon North Himil No IM ilar 447 m Nil 10J itUI M P t N I 2 tiit 34 Ii Ii Month llouml AD 121 ilu IIM n in So IS I due la p in 1ocHi KrvlahtiNurtb fossil No 194 dae7M n ra South Hound No lot due 2U p m Trr In No IM III atnp fur Owcrjuboro 1U nnd Ionl Tll paiuvngrrii oiiljrS VAXMCTIR Agent Beet Sugar In United States Facts of Ihtorost Regarding tho Growth of This Now Industry There are 30 sujar beet factories in operation in this count manufactur ing at the rate of 100000 tons of su gar annually These factories pay farmers about 5000000 evelY yea for sugar beet As sugar has an al most unlimled home market there is yet room for at lest joo factories with a rapacity of400 tons per day ot sugar btcts to supply the 500000 tons ol sugar which we yearly itupot The establishment of this iudustiy to this extent would give employment to a least ir oooo laborers on the farm a about S3C for from four to six months workor twice thetottl number of men employed in all oi the gold and sliver iulue3 of the United Sites The ci t of se cultivation and marketing of sugar be M is estlmited at 36 to fJ5 per acre Libor cost about fS7 per acre and the std 3 rer acre or an rverage cost 01 40 per acre It will tike 75000 acres with ad average jield of 1 6 tons per acre to supply the 12 1000 tons of sugar Iet requir 1 This gives to the la borers on the latin ounting setd as labor the handsome sum of 40000 000 Next com = the landowner for hit share The Ret sells for from f4 it 5 per ton or an average price ol f450 and thejieldis from 10 to 22 tons per acre bran average yield of 16 tons which equals 72 per acre De duct the 40 for lalr and we have 32 for land rent and lettiling or the net sum of f24tor io Then comes the manufacturer It Is estimatrI that3 ifacoi Csare neLl it ar st of 350 What v tl the manu ltllr- er realize out oi his in vrstment He must pur chpce 12 00 tons ol bets at f150 t11454000OCl- ie I employ 50 i men and ben again the la hirer receives ik hand tome sum ot ioociooc- t is estimated that the lei ke limestone and in cidentl expenses wilt rmount toaiut i6oocHe is entitle 1 we illto 10 per tent on his in vestment of io5tto- co for deteiloiatlon of plant repairs Insurance etcor 10500000 A total of 90500000 He disposes ot his 15 it 000 tons of sugar at 4 cents per pound totalr2oo 1000 Dcluct total expenditures 9050000 I And we have a balance of 29500000 with which to pay dividends or 28 per ent on his investment In view of bese facts does it not eem that this is a subjt which is entitltd to favorable and early consid eration It is entitled to encouragement iu the way of a prot live tatlfl rather than the frc trade ad vi it I in he inte I of Havemeyer and his ss Ja i which would be sure to Toullji If your liver is out of order causing Biliousness Sick Headache Heart burn or Constipation take a dose o- fHoods PillsOn retiring and tomorrow your di gestive organs will bo regulated and readyforbeen the of others it will be yours HOODS PILLS are sold by all incdlcinu dealers 25 eta 1 LYONS TRAnE I unr II rIil i LAXATIVE i SYRUPNATURto cur ron CONSTIPATION Is made from thc coiet extracts dlv- egetabies OOLI fruits contaIns n jurious drtig ud ii 1ln blll pre forJtheJispel Cols ond rws It drives out all Impurltlci f tslioc aid mikes tin coraplcxirn clear j If you do not like i cttir than any used I IAnas adults For sale by druggists at soc per bottleIsu 1- 0ro CAo S33TT II It EN fllli W V CO liniiilpr Kr- J II ii I 111 tl1 lliirlril llv II liyISLyJULES give a deathblow to this profitable In dustryRather than to pay foreign countries 1320000 every working day of the year we had better legislate to as to pay this money to out own laborers wouldIInot only legislate in the interest o the farmer and laborer but we would legislate in the interest of every American citizen t4 he banker law yer business man physician laborer farmer or manufacturer All go hand in hand NpHdy will deny but the prosperity of our people depends largey upon the prosperity of the tiller of the soil and that our interests are In common When we place Jtoo 010003 annually into the hands ol the American people we add that much to our purchasing power and we all share in its benefits Toledo Blade CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of keyetlead olten produce lead poison fatil to sight life You run a preparationsTospeedilyarid eyes granulated lids or styles without the possibility ot evil after effects use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Gddruggists sell it m Itrett with you watUivryoa eentlan tb Dn kllllnt lobwci klblt M OTO U rSdirtIISDeoIIbIltOTtt 101 Oboi t11r oro boodI 4 aoa to h ut mM lt frbI wUl r T II 0bozw mei4II4igTho New Anatomy IPractlt11 ztcicine has collecte 1 the follow ng Insnces of the newer liter ary anatomy The murderers have discover 1 some astonishingly al nerable pat s of the human anatomy of late From and exchange we learn that a Georgia colonel was shot in the ticket office the other day a man was fatally shot through his door and not long ago another received a fatal wound in his wlndowNew York Commercial Advei Jser He kissel her pissionately uron her ifipp aianciJtffersoii Souven- Ir She whlpp I him upon his return HawkeyeShe herself upon his enter IngAkla Dem rat We thought she rtt down upon her being askeL Sal irday Gossip She faint I upon his departure Lynn Union IHe kicked the tramp upon his sit ting do sAmei au Pharmacist We feel compelled to refer again to the poor woman who wcs shot in the oil region some time ago Mcdiril Vcld 1 lie act ol the womans being acsl dentally shot ir the water works or the man Injurd upon the long bridge Colorado Mt Heal Journal And why not drop a tear for the man who was fatally stibbi1 in the rotunda and for him who was kicked on the highway T ancet Clinic Pont ToWfo Sfll mil Swole Tour Mfe Inif To quit tobacco easily anil forever La meg netlc lull of life iiervo anil rigor take NoTo nic the wnnJerworlicr that make weak men trotiir All dru il tii0corll Cue rUaraD Iee Iloolflct unit simple free Address Sterling Keuieily Co Chicago or New York Tho Contuys Fashionablo Summer Resorts There is something wondeuil in the growth of summer resorts in this country A single resott on the Atlantic cast tc lay ran sumptu ously provide for more people than half a century ago could be accom mod at I in all the summer places in this countiy But the older placs have had a meat interesting past In former days they were Me cas oC the wealth wislom and beauty of our land Many interesting incidents of their Inception and bistoy will be published in the July T dies Home Jeurnal under the heading Fash lonable Summer R sort3 of the Cen turf Street Incident I My dear sir ixcl ined Lawyer Bartholomew Livingston meeting the Rev Dr Atchibold Wlndiani on tits village Stet what dos this meal I thoughtyou were laid up with all sorts ol bad diseases And so I was replied the rever d gentleman I bad an attack of in digestion and from that time on my j whole system Inn been in a discorded condition until I began taking Hood 8 Sarsaparilla which has put me on uiv feet and cured all my stomach troubles I dont doubt it said the lawyer This same medicine cured my vile ol rheumatism and my little girl ol scrofula Vnen they say its the best medicine money can buy they only tell the truth Yes yes so they do replied the I minister and the two passed on OASIJIOnXAI1- eul the lIe Kind Yos Hait Msays 8auttt 81cc0r2 d+ c A Forgotton Horolno VVoihily worn the gaudy trapplgs of war have eer won feminine heatU In recording the great services to our country of an almost forgotten lutionaiy heroine a writer has RevoI to light some remarkable The heroine tall cultured highborn joined the Continental army in the uniform ol a man and served three years with conspicious bravelY Her heroism brought her preferment and into contact with the Lest people of the Colonies and at all the bulls and- I other s cial gatherings she was the lion or Honest The girls adored the brave soldier confer sed their love and Isbowertl her with presents The Girl Wlio Fought in the Revo lution will be a feature ol the July- t Ladies Home Journal It is a record of facts far stranger than fiction IQuit coughing is easy enough if you know how to do it The best way to quit is to take oue dose of Dr Bells PineTarHoney Summer coughs lung coughs winter coughs bronchial couehs or any kind ol a cough or cold is speedily cured by the use ol this remedy Children love it Old people like it m Agents on salary ol 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent sel ler ever produced every stock and p mltry raiser buys it on sight Hust lers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 ti HOOD vs HOOD IC I Hood Co Victorious in- iportantCasosInJunc tion Against Dr J C Hood Impoihnt suits have just been de cided in the U S Circuit Courts in volvlng the sight to the word Hood or Hoods Messrs C I Hood Co of Lowell Mass proprietors of Hoods Sarsapatilla legan suit fcr infringment against Dr J C Hood ol Louisville rwho was putting up what he called Dr Hoods Sar saparllla After a hearing in the U S Circuit Court at Louisville Judge Evans on April 12 granted a tetnpotarp injunction in favor ot C I Hncd Co and restraining J C Hood from using the word Hood in any way or fitm on any preparation sarsaparilla Messrs C I Hol Co also began suit ngalnst a retail druggist in Indianapolis Louis H Renkert who was selling Dr J C Hoods Sirsapa tilla Dr J C Ho d employed counsel and made a defense but Judge Baker of the U S Circuit Court granted an injunction which on April 23 be me perpetual These two dtsrees establish the exclusive right ol C I Hood Co to the word Hoods and decide in effect thnt no person can put up a Hoods Saparilla even ir his name is Hood nor can any retail druggist sellor offer for sale any sarsaparilla bearing the name Hood or Hoods other than that prepare 1 by C I Hoo I Co These dtisions will be gratifying to evety fair minded person No manufacturer should object to sir competition but when an attempt is made to steal or infringe upon a bus- Iness which has been established by great skill labor and expenditure justice cannot be dealt out too quickly Nor should substitution be allowed when a standard article is called for Therefore when you go to buy Hools Sarsaparilla you should bi sure to get only Heids 11- 11ItiiU Nn IMMMl I VilE fll- llJatarrhJIt ELYS CREAM BALM Easy and pleasant to use Contains no liii urious drug It is quickly al sorded Gives relief al once It CATARRH COLD HEAD I opens and clearsesthe nasal V sages Ailays inflitumntlon Heals red protects the membrane Restarts the senses of taste cud smell Large size So cents at druggists or by mail trial bize 10 cents by mail 28 Ely llrollier 3l WnrrenNI New York That tired haggard look is all due to the netves They are starved Tone them up and your whole system will at once take on new life and In creastd vigor Walkers Tonic recu perates the Brain and feeds nouiish ment to the nerves It gives vigor vim and vitality to the whole system Sour Stomach i trier I was Induced to try CAHCA IirTH I will norerb without them In the home Mr lIver was In a very bad tuape and or head ached and I hail ilociacU trouble Wow tlnco tak tax Caicnrcti I fool One Sly wife ha aliou od Itjua with bcDoUclal results for tour itomach Jan KRiULura ins CuugroM BU Bt Louis Ma CANDY CATHARTIC TRAO MARS lOHTtHfO riotmnt ralalnblo 1ownt Taite Good Good Never Blckeo Weaken or wleloc Ie DoI CURE CONSTIPATION llrilf af it tpia7 I tkt MMlrxl aw hiS N drugu Our fee returned If we fall Anyonetcndln ketch and dcicrlptloD of Invention will coucemlnlilent request Patents encored- hrough us advertised for sate at our expense I Patcuta taken out through ui noHc wllholltcbugeln TUB PATENT RECO D an widely circulated Journal IIlIeadEvans Building WASHINGTON D C ii I1PIUMM andWklikty habits cured at homo with out pain Book of i ar RtESLLMCI 14 Monk Prror Ik Skin DiseasesWhen the excretory organs fall to off he wutt material from the system there is an abnor mal accumulation of effete matter which poisons and clogs the blood and it becomes sour and sold reachingthesevereViitlefaltbCullycontinuedThe disease is more than shin deep Hie entire clrcuiailoi is pilsml iligeitlosantIS S S natures own remedy made of roots herbs and bark of great anti tonlcal quickly and nunnalhealthynone to ai o tfr ssskeepthetreatingbloodSkin Diseases be upon application COMPANY ATLANTA CA A 12 DRill CABINET FOR ONLY 500 Our Standard Folding Turkish B th Cabinet Guaranteed to be the of all Cabinets at Price orYour Monev Cheerfully Refunded COULD NOT liE 1JETTKU MADK MOKK CONVKXIKNT MORE ntHABLK MORE HANDSOME MORE SATISFACTOIIV IF YOU PAm FOUR TIMES THE PRICE WE ASK FOR IT Reatly for Use when received No Trouble No Bother 27tX Physicians and IMHHK Hajipy Users recoinmund our Cabinet in tho ii ml strongest terms lab Hath ItiMinm aiiil Hut Kprintn a iliite stvt All liii In ins mlittiti Mior lirUto so top door tOot off iroi lRalljr ear and harmtww a InIIIoo and rrltabl llrni kn know the n nmrlan InMwt do nicllr a they ego nail firiIsh gou n inanise sllnt alu nblnlMok nUii l llinonltiln from tbou aniliiol ranuimrni Hr ttt still unlor H IViMnrt Yon aunt lM dm4tr or iu fun limn twrrrrr oiH nml trfauil roar moixr nttrrMilajn mw II not lost so i rf n lnl W uhlii tht frame- KHAMKWORK There No Man Woman World Whom TurkishIand Vapor Cabinet Baths Will Not Benefit talbInliuritslnitrlletnf wolUplIHanltarlanut riIlforeSiulwrturInliintuld Initnsibieto sotIfictinilQlrruuiitiifiln pitrtkolnrWrit dlMiMHilutrd AllTiAGRNTS SALiHSMRN WANTELDi + 3000 i travel A Ho own boss from 10 clear The Bath TOLEDO OHIO IDn1 JJIJDrrr Sontiirn W r lluN y nnd w J II II IIlIIlIh lleinwntntlre Ohio DDIl f Oto Cnm5 JnrunlrluI ltwrAttnrnpyAndenum Vrk Itownn llnlbronk Xtmtfr Com 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