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F t cflubbltig XLtoTh Hartford lit publican and Lonlit III Innnjicrdnl ou nr lor ItaI Tli Mi rloiiriinl 19U looltllle 19 F New Ynrt Triton 19 llmnminil Farm IG Tolnlolhlo lIIady 125 HI lxul Miillnl rinwrat ISO N w Yi rk TrlWifHr Tribune 111 Memphis TeunlluniiumlalApiwal ISA- u I Fine Job Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL OBUK OF TEE PARTY IN TIG FOOBIH DI5IBICI Subscription 1 a year I XIII KY 23 1900 InUa M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will prartlm his profaolon In nil ths rnnrtnl Ohio sad itilolnlnfr rountlM nndtt drtolA nl HMdal nitration given to rullpctlon ERNEST WOODWARD AT LAW HrllrMtY KY Will prattle hU profnulon In nil tho men of abDnld Court ot AppraU Prompt and I o all pntnutrd to him arnUrnurnt TVIrpnun Iu WOre C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IUIUIII1IWill iratttr0 bl profrwlan In nllihe martini Shin and KilJiituUiKmnntloiandruartnl Apwil Niwdal attntlon clrrn tn all hnilnnur to his rare shut In Ou Atljr oBlw In cnnrthonM F LPEL1XA- ITORNl Y AT LAW IltnTMtltl KY Will prattle Iu the court of Ohio county and Poort of APIMI Imtnpl nitrnllon Rlrrii to till tiiulum ralraxol to hU rove Office In herald balldlair J E DAVIDSONI Attorney at Law lIAnnORII KY Will pritke hU profrahn In Ohio and aUln nirronntln HwnAl attention idvrn lo all luI- ate minuted to big rev S P flOBY- IATTORXEY A T LA W- rantmviiiK KENTUCKY Will practice bu prulnulun la all Ib court ol Ohio sad adnlnlnKroantl and 1onrtot AppMK Hprctal alien Uon glttn to collection JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHTFonil KY- Hperlal attention given to all Ixwlneuentrnit rd to hU eec lOre la ronrthiinw SHELDY TAYLOR ATTOHWy AT LAW HARTPORD KY Will prattle hi profpMilon In all the merle nf nhloa tIlloInln ronatIq4 trntflrtnfathweIs- I Klirctal attention given to all nwlirnmeut In r bankruptcy C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will ftIttlnt him pnifiiwlnn In all the courts or Ohio nn l nJJolnhttf r iitkw leleLottcutIon will be given to nit IxjAlnm eutrqitrtl to his rnrv Collfttlon n wrtiiltj E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY 1 Will prattle tile prntrMlnn In nil the court ot Kentucky pteh attention Ktren tueoibtion- sivttlmsolf dwwlenl tutwrnd resru end criminal practice Ofllr upstaIrs Irlffln block J 8R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UV HARTFORD KY Will practice hi prote lon In all the courts nl Ohio anitndjnlnln ronntlea ind the Court ol Ap pool Prompt nttentlnn RIo to all linlne ntrntei to him IImrelo UcrraLiriN tmlldlnir R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his prnfoMlnn In theronrUnl Ohio and adjoining counties Also Noturj Iobllc JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Kpeclal attention prlren to mlkctlnn maktnfr abstracts 4e alo Notary 1ubllc for Ohio county OLOeu north side pnblle sleeve 41- LL1NOI NAL L R THROUGH I9OpLll Cr uvi from CINCINNATI and LOUISY1LIE to i Hot Springs AIIKAKNAS VIA MKSUIIIS- Tbronih lwplnK ar rtverrallont ran now li Mcnred from Cincinnati end IxmlnTlll Tla the Illnol tlvntrnl to Hot Hprlnm vie Meinphlii on lUNew Orleans Jnilted heaving Cincinnati dally at 00 in lonlrlll at 140 pm frothing Ito HprlnKf 6ilB the next alternnon It carrlc ratmnn leeplnx car nod free reclining cnalr car Cincinnati to Mrmphl nnd sleeping car and coach Memphis to hut HP Tbrouuh rewrTatlon Cincinnati and Ixinl Till to lint prhngecali alo be aocored on the HpecliilleulnicClnclnnntlNlIln innnd Louis 1 OI p m r t llotHprlnira tU the coat morning Weeping car from tin rlnnatl alo roach from 11111 to MemphlM Hleeplngrar Memphis to Hot KIHng SlIcing car service enroot A special fouler of this new aerTlceawellau lull particulars rnncernfng the above can be hall of agent of the llllnpl Central end connecting lines W A KILO n A i I A U nlrllle A It IliKBOK Oval Iaaar Agenl Chicago Southern Railway Tbrongh Eight lint Southern Stnt- MKENTUCKYTENNESSEL South ALABAMA VIR I GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR- GIA and MISSISSIPPI I CWJ MllM Thro Pftllr Tnilnn Between Ixmls Tllle and Lexington Observation Chair Care Trnlnnlenvo nnil onlY loulnllla from H rrnlh Htnwt Union Depot ronnectlna with trains ot the Illinois Central itallrond nod b II A 8t 1 II II For Information adilrcM A Wuuin 1 iT A JIG 4th AT Louisville Wu II TATLOE AMlntant 01 A LouUvltlo IJfCur I iI Man Wk7 raMti al hornS with pain Book ol t aT sent CRalT U9I wuiHUT Co iSI 9crth trwv u Take the REPUBLI CAN I 7rktr HARTFORD REPUBLICAN BRIGHT PROSPECTS J FOR OLD KENTUCKY I Tho Hun John W Yorkos Do nounoos tho Goobol LawI VlotoryIi 1904 High Compliment Paid to Our ex I Confedor4to Solaloro The lion John W Yerkes late can didate lor Governor of Kentucky called on the President aud on the Commissioner of Internal Revenue a Washington last week Mr Yerkes wIII beieuppolnted Collector of Inter nnl Revenue for the Eighth Kentuckj district n position he resigned a few days ago in order not to risk Jhe Invalidation cf his title to the Kentucky Governorship in the event of his del tion The President feIi especially cor dial toward Mr Yerkes the splendid fight he made iu Ken tucky nud believing that he was real ly elected and it Is not at all ituprob o able that the President may determine to appoint him to some more Important position than that of Collector At present there Is no vacancy there is a possibility that Auletants Secretary of War gcc to the Nebraska Senate which make a vacancy there and Mr Yerkea might be given it lie is not howev er an applicant for any office but will accept the CollectorahiptMrs band They go Irom Washington to Hot Springs VahLeslie Re publican Committee and Jndge ORear the newly elected Appellate Judge of Kentucky accompanied Mr Yerkes when he called on the President MR VERKKS INTERVIEWED Mr Yerkes in speaking of the election said You ask me aboutt the result of the recent election in Kentucky Mr Chairman Combs of the State Campaign Committee tells me that on the lace oi the retains Mr Reck hams majority for Governor will be in the neighborhood 3500 votes The election was held under the famous or rather infamous Uoebel election law The election machinery was in the absolute control of the Democratic party This machinery was used to its fullest capacity and I while I see no special good in a defeat ed candidate complaining yet from the Information given me by the com mlttee and from facts known person ally to myself I am confident that by the theft manipulation ol the machine the Republican national and State tickets were defrauded of from twelve to eighteen thousand votes I am informed by Mr Combs thatL I received more votes than any Re publican candidate was ever given before in Kentucky I have no regrets d about having Jinade the race TheF nomination came unsolicited aud was unanimous I received the absolutely Solid support of the Republican organ ization in Kentucky and was backed by the old time leadership ol the hon est Democrats of my State Yet even this combination could not stand bebfore the machine One of the most pleasant and remarkable features ofB the canvass was the splendid supportc given the Republican State tickets by tile ex Confederatest of my State These repre sented leadership social business moral and political SUIPORT 01 EX CONIDItRATESt The broad liberal policy of the President at the opening of the Span ish war In recognizing exConfederates and appointing them to positions of I high military rank was a leading fac tor In securing the good will of these gentlemen Then they stand for hon 1 DO YOU GET UPhWITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable newsI In cures maaa by Dr ttheremedyIt u n cal triumph of the nine teenth century discovered years of byien kidney and bledsder snactaliet and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid nay liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need II has been tested prlvaloIwho not already tried It may aBsample bottle sent free by mall also a telling more about SwampRoot and how to I hWhenwrttlngoffer thIspaper and send your address to Dr KUmerCoBlng hamlonN Y The alter nent have have regular fifty cent and nor saTIooCIdollar sizes are sold by all good esty In politics for legal and politico equality in Kentucky Among some of the ex Confederates who were hon C est and sincere in giving us their sup port were Gens Bucker and Duke Col Morgan Bishop Dudley W J Stone and others of broad influence in their respective localities One result of the contest is that we have forced the partisan Democrat- Ic Legislature of Kentucky In pass a bill repealing in part the vicious pro visions of the Goebel law The Leg islature refused to make this law ef active this year They admitted thereby that while the Democratic party proposed to be partially honest- t in 1901 it reserved the right to be dis honest In 1900 Under the new law while we cannpt hope for absolutely fair elections yet we have made a mavelons stride toward regaining political equality and Civil liberty TheI fight was so hard on the racy and novo Beckham last year that the Legislature a few days before the election nmended the law in order to satlsly right thinking men hoping that this would bring support to the State Democratic ticket although the election was required this year to be held under the Geebel law LOOKS FOR FUTURE SUCCESS atllestcome us shoulder to shoulder with us in this ampaignandwhorepresentthe very KentuckydtlzenshlpIare us so am backwardIhat the Republican party if it pur sues the same wise liberal and con- ervative politicS nationally which ave marked the present administration will carry Kentucky in 1904 You ask whether the campaign was well conducted in Kentucky In my judgment no State campaign was ever managed with more courage sa gacity and industry than marked the conduct of our State campaign by Chairman Combs and his coworkers he committee Louisville Iost CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho srf 3foJ + fz z l81UfEdeestolour Bow It With CusearOe- Candr fra bAg constipation forever QC25C iou druagists refund monoi p p Workod Out I bear the Glbbleys have pur chased a self playing piano Yes the girls bad to have some rest you know But letln a r For bums cuts bruises lacerations Injuries of any description BAL ARDS SNOW LINIMENT Is a sov erelgn remedy It never fails to do good and so promptly that its won erful curative properties frequently surprise Price 25 and 50 eta or sale by J H Williams Tho Girl was Gamo Chester Pa Nov 18 Miss Emma Wcrnlzthe pretty daughter of Dr- Verntz has paid a unique election et an done that required great cour Miss Werntz was an ardent ryab supporter and wrs soconfid ut of his election that she agreed to ide astride the back of a young bull hen grazing in the adjoining meadow it McKinley won and the wager was accepted by her cousin Mrs Werntz timid friends appealed o her not to undertake carrying out the bet Miss Werntz herself glanced askance at the bull but the trip was fixed and the plucky young lady would not go back on her pledged word This afternoon a large crowd gath ered in the meadow the bull was caught and gravely led out to the ike where Miss Werntz was on his back Get upi shouted Miss Werntz and the calve cade moved down the pike the lair rider carrying a banner hearing the inscription I lost on Bryan The bull ran at breakneck speed back to the field where it was from Miss Werntz was ot Inj used although badly bbaken p Dont ToUffflSf It aci Smue tOir US insr To quit tobacco eiwlly ami foieier be tatg netlc lull of 1IrC nervo and titter teke KoTo tlio wonderworker that makes weak men ronr All druggists toe or II Cure guaran teed llooltlct ami ample free Address Sterling Kerned y Ca Clilcaeo or New York I A Kindly HopoII The Professors Wife The nrofts for is in thelaboratory conducting some chemical The professor expects to go down to pos terity From the laboratorBrrr r I angThe Visitor I hope the professor asnt gone Harlem Life p 68UVCCSAHOKTH KNOWVn 40 yearn incceuln the Nonth proves llnKhen Tool a greet remedy for Chill and all UalarUt FtYtn Iletter than QuinIne laarantwd try tA Drutflsts Me anti 1100 bottles KMt J tALL RECORDS ARE BROKEN 4 Exports In October Double I Thoso of Last Yoar j JBusiness for t gOO Largest In the History of Commerce Mining and Agriculture Washington Nov 18 October ex ports have broken all monthly records In the history of the commerce of the United States and the ten months of 1900 ending with October also break the records of exports for the cones ponding period of preceding years and give assurance that the calendar year of 1900 will show the largest ex ports In the histotty of our foreign commerce The total exports during the months of October as shown by the records of the Treasury Bureau of Statlsticts were 163093 597 or prac I tically double the exports of October 1894 when they were SB3 653121 The totaUor the month ending with October 1930 is 1194 775216 or practically double that of the ten months ending with October 1894 Exports exceed imports during the ten months ending with October by 500000000 to be exact 499667936 while the corresponding ten months I of 1894 exceeds exports by 96663 369 The year 1900 will for the first time in the history ot our commerce show 100000000Ivalue in every month In year while for the first time In a single month October 1900 passes the 150000000 line being 163093597 which was made in March 1900 Agriculture and mining manufacturers have jointly contributed to this enormus Increase in our export bush nessIt is especially in raw cotton and manufactured Iron and steel that the greatest growth is shown Exports of cotton in the single month of Octo ber amoanted to over 60000000 against 28000000 In October 1899 30000000 in October 1898 and 32 000000 in October 1897 Manufac turers of Iron ant steel show for the month 8731316 against 76 569 200 in corresponding month of 1898 and 45693384 in the corresponding month ol 1897 having thus more than doubled in three years time eX1ports1000 I January394ot3 I 11jrn tit February C3ire33l I19llil- SSSMarch7065092 IJUMtWi April cimm ii8mi o May S104JW3 1134278- 4Jnne 87 04487 1S7MIM7 July 52 1 4171 100441ni AnguS C077 147 101ZTSCM september0479b673 119629417 October KtCMm 10001507 means p the accumulns I tlon ot waste matter that should be discharged dally and unless this is done the foul matter Is absorbed and poisons the system Use HKRDINE to bring about regularity of thobow cIa Price 50 cts For sale by J II Williams a p Trusts and Bryanlsm It is daily growing more apparent that the inadequate Impossible and nonsensical remedies fr trusts pro posed by the Bryanite platform wete drafted by the agents ol the trust magnates themselves with the intent to deceive the votes by a proposal of measures which seem drastic but real ly are harmless because impossible or useless It Is an old dodge with which we are thoroughly familiar in California The reason for this belief is the fact which is now evident that Night now few women know what it is to have a good night a night of sound restful reep They smile and my goodnight cheery tones but when the door closes behind them the smiling mask drops off and shows the lines of suffering Other women have had the bad nights changed to good by the use of Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription So may you Ninetyeight times every hun cures diseases of the delicate womanly organs It builds up the nervous system flesh on the bodyand color on the check Favorite Pretcrlptlon writes Mrs Co N Anderson ot Rockbridge lOathe Rocl brltlge Co Va It a to wok and sickly women restoring health without objecting their nerves to the hock of an examination I 1 W55 all isn down in healthcould not work but a short while without resting was so nervous at times that I could not even write bad a poor appetite I decided to write to Dr Pierce state cue I received a favor able reply and commenced taking the Favorite and Pellets Took six bottlm of Favorite Prescription one of Golden Medi cal Discovery one of Pellets I can now work at well as I could before I was taken sick I think Ir Piercea medicines the best In the world for tick end nervous women Doctor Pierces Pleasant Pellets arc specially adapted to the use of delicate women Easy to take gentle In action hidhascan Committee and this money in the tnain has been collected by Croker by the methods by which always raises funds namely by as sessments ou the slums ot New York and partly on the trusts which fatten under the protection of his corrupt municipal government Another rea son for the belief is the utter futility of the measures proposed The Dry anlte Free Trade remedy could harm trusts only by bringing on genes sI ruin In which trusts would suffer farI ess than the competitors of trusts San Francisco Chronicle CA rich lady cured of her deafos es and noises in the head by Dr Nichol njoiTs Artificial Ear Drums gave 10 060 to his Institute so that deaf peo pie unable to procure the E ir Drums moy have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York p Placed on Red Hot Stove Wllkesbarre Pa Nov 17Thrburglars held old and crippled John Kane on a redhot stove on the morn- Ing ol the isth In an effort to extort from him the hiding place of bis money They got none because he has none and finally left him hor rlbly burned and suffering frightfully Kane lives near Sugar Noth six miles front here and has the reputation of being welMosdo He lives in a small house some distance from the nearest neighbor and all himself It has long been said In the neighbor hood that John Kane has a snug pile of money hidden away somewhere He worked at picking coal from the culm banks and selling it Years ago he lost a foot in the mines Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostrils cleanses and heals the whole surface over which it diffuses itself A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which is drying x r exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 50 cents at druggists or by mall A cold in the head immediately disappears when Crenra Balm is used Ely Brothers 56 War Iren Street New York Samsons Fato Teacher Johnny what happened to Samson altor Dellah cut his halt JohnnyHe got fired from the loot ball team Baltimore American r FREE BLOOD CURE An Offor Proving Faith to Suf forors Is your Blood Pure Are you sure of It Do cuts or scratches heal stow ly Does your skin itch or burt HaVe you Pimples Eruptions Ach- Ing ones or Eczema Old Sores Bolls Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are you pale If so purify your Blood at once with B B Botanic Blood Balm It makes the Blood Pure and Rich heals every bealtbykillcancer eating sores Painful Swells ings Blood Poison arequlckly cured by B B B made especially fur alt obstinate Blood and Skin Troubles B B B drains the Poison and Hu mors out of the Blood and entire system so the symptoms cannot return Give it a trial It cures when all else fall Thoroughly tested for 30 yeats Sold at drug stores at 1 per Urge bottls full treatment S5 Be sure the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away absolutely free Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlauta Ga Write today Describe rtouble and tree medical advice given His Prosonts Doslrod Mr de Trop at the doorIs Miss Mabel at horns Maid No sir but she says if thats a box ofcandy she saw in your hand ou might 1ave it Philadel phia Press S Infant mortality is something frightful Nearly one quarter dlebe tore they reach one year onethird be fore they are five and Sne hull before they are fifteen The timely uneof WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE preciousV J II Williams a Jook at Your Noso Indented nostrils show meanness wide nostrils a spendthrift A tip jutting out far from the face Is a token of vulgarity refinement being the possession of the owners of noses that do not stand out far at the endS An aquiline bend denotes of will and sense ol justice the long narrow bridge proclaims a fastidious i selfsufficient yet olten tender nature Afl the active qualities corns batlveness eagerness passionate teaL per power of hatred jealously bition go with the more common type of Roman nose The Greek form on the contrary tells of artistic capabilities and have of Inanimate J beauty I OVER 200000 SHORT Bookkoopor of Gorman Na betlonal of Nowport DefaultsiWas a Patron of Races nnd Gambling Resorts and Led a Fast Life Cincinnati 0 Nov i8Prank Brown until recently bookkeeper in the German National Bank at Newport Ky is said to be short 200000 in his accounts ned his brother Dr George Brown of Newport says he has flsd the country Ills shortage it is reported is likely to cause his father a well known business man at Cincinnati serious financial embar rassment The banks directors stupecttd Brown several days ago because it is said he would not submit to the discipline ol the bank in regard to staying from the races lie disappeared nnd it was repotted he hid gone on n hunting trip to Odin III The bank officials have completed an examination of his books and as certalned that he is over 200000 short in his accounts Brown Is about forty years old and a widower with one child He his been living an expensive life but as he is the son pf a wealthy man and 1 bad some legitimate business venture outside oi the bank interests he I managed to deceive the officials of the bank as to the true condition of his affairs A wotuanajealousy led to disclos ures of his private life It is declared that Brown squandered a fortune on the races lIe however had teen seen but seldom on the race tracks in this locality lIe did all his betting through a commissioner While Brown is said to have bet anywhere from 500 to 2000 on a single race he did not make bets of this size In the local pool rooms prin cipally becauselhcy would not handle such large wagers He did consider able betting in the Covington rooms however it is assetted and would put up as much money as the rooms would take when he thought he had a good thing Most ol his betting on the races Is said to have been done at Chicago and in the pool rooms in New York While his name was never identified with a racing stable he was the own er of several race horses Qreatland and the Prince of Wales two good runnerswere his property These horses were raced InuKld Wallen steins name until this spring when Brown placed his horses iu charge of a man named Cherrlngton OA TORIBarn Kind You hut Alwys Bought Bigaatuo 1ltt Quito Clever Jeasamlne Why do you always call me Revenge JackBecause you are so sweet Modern Society sa IUUKt A NT1TVI1 IN TIIIK Saves nine pleasant taken In early Hprlng and Fell pro vents Chills Dfiigno and Malarial Fevers ArIa on the liver tones op the system hotter then Quinine Innrnnteed try It At Drnnrl U50 and slOG bottles SSWt Tlmo Will Disclose What are the names of that newly married couple in the next flat1 On we cant find out for a few weeks Each now calls the other Birdie IIndianapolis Journal a To Car Constipation Forever Take Cascarets Candy Cathurllo iSo or SSa it C C O rail to curt drueguu refund money Tim RKPUDLICAN has a scholarship in the Bryant Stratton Business Col lege one in Southern Normal at Bow ling Green and one In the West Ken tucky Seminary Beaver Dam any one desiring to attend any of these math tutions would do well topurchaseour II you have sore throat soreness across the back or side or your lungs feel sore or tender or you are threat ened with diphtheria or pneumonia apply BALfcARDS SNOW LINI MENT externally and use BAL LAUDS For sale by J H Williams r Hints to Young Mon I At a formal evening nffiir it is not deemed polite to ask a lady with whom you have danced but once II she wears store teeth Avoid provincialisms Say shop teeth rather than store teeth if you would be thought well bred Detroit Jouinal OA XI 0RIABean tb ItUlaYciiHatiAlircrs BoutM Signature 1lcf I Will Fight on January 15 Louis M Honseman manager of Tattersallfl last week at Chicago se cured the signature of James J Cor bett to articles of agreement calling for a six round bout between the ez IssjIF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Prices Most Reasonable CONGRESSIONAL VOL HARTFORD FRIDAY NOVEMBER ioii lPmrD3l9ESlt ATTORNEY CAROLINA appreciating Philadelphia experiments KXlOUTSMM Constipation Good disreputable thelbs IlughesTontrnewimprovedtflst scholarships HORfiHOUNDSYRTP champion and James J Jeffries of California the present champion They will meet at Tatlersalls Chica oCithe75 per cent of the 50 per cent and the loser 25 per cent of 50 per cent The referee has not vet been selected Corbett has signed the articles of agreement and posted 1000 wltb Houseman as a forfeit the articles were forwarded to Wm A Brady manager oi Jeffries this afternoo- nThanksgIving Day Our great National festival oi Thanksgiving is a day we will never willingly forget but will always re jueraber with gratitudeandreverence Thanksgiving is a family festival and and as ruch itis filled with blessed memories for old antI young for rich and poor The perfervid patriotism ot jhe Fourth of July that csptessea itself in powder and smoke and a blazen of fireworks touchss no such universal chord however often we celebrate it as Thanksgiving Day does This is not only our feast of the ingathering but the family day of the year As a family day it most nearly corresponds to the old English fesilval of Mothering Sunday when every lass and laddie however distant from home wheneverlt was possible threw away worldly thoughts and cares and journeyed back to the mothers house as long as that home was spared to them We give thanks not only for the bleaslngs we have received as a national and for the fruits of the oarvest but for our bles sing as a family- It is as a family day that the ma jority of us remember it It is pleas ant on this day to recall old family methods of cookery and table service at the dinner rather than a opt a set fashionable bill of fare This is the time for the display of old family china and silver Even from the breakfaat to the end of the dinner which usually finishes the day old family rules ol cookery take higher precedence than more fashionable methods of preparing food The turkey which so early became domesticated p the barnyards ol England And Europe that we often forget that it is a native American bird and the only one In our poultry yards naturally takes the first place on the Thanksgiving table Wild game of any kind is appropriate sng gestlng as it does tha fare ot those early Thanksgiving days in pilgrim and puritan times Except for the game ot the forests and rivers fle scant harvests which hard toll reaped from a wild land would not havebeen enough to save the colonists from actual starvation No heavy laden ship btinging dainties from foreign lands reached our shores It Is well on this day to heap the table with those luxuries which only belong to American shores and owe their exirt ence to American skill and industry Scant was the fare of those pilgrims of that dread first Thanksgiving when the entire so nearly perished from starvation being saved by what seemed a special providence Yet the majority of the luxuries as well as much we now call necessaries found on the Thanksgiving table of to day we owe to the endurance and in dustry of those men who opened this new continent to the civilized world 1 r It you are suffering from drowsiness in the day time irritability ot temper sleepless nights general debility headache and general want of tone ot the system use HEROINE You will get relief and finally a cure Price 50 cts For sale by J II Williams a p A Succossful Trip Did you and your wife have a good time abroad Fine I ost our trunks and didnt have to bother being dressed nptChicago Record m netoreTreatmont IIWINONA STABK Co Iito- Dnrlng the winter I and my f n fly ot tlx were taken with la grippe The dUoaso was very prevalent at that time in the village where I resided nearly everyone being sick with it Our doctor treated it as boil thycould but were yory unincoMiful the treatment of it At soon oa mfTainiTy were taken sick 1 went to this drugstore and bought six bottles of Ferujia and we all took it according to the direction given on tho bottle and although our cases Bcomed to be more than tumalljr violent in tho outset yet our recover was prompt and wo wero all well much Sooner than thoso who were treated by tho regular physicians Many people died of this la grippe due log this epidemic and fowl anywer pick BO short a time as myself anti family After wo wero all well we had cue bottle ol Fenina left OTnatfleld Bend for a tree copy of Winter Ca harsh This book contains lecture by Dr Hartmaa on la grippe which baa attracted wide attentloa and has been reported in leading papers Address Dt Uartman Columbus Ohio 4 AWFUL CRIME OF A BOV Killed His Father at tho Re quost of His Mother Others aro Accused Arkansas to the Front With a Most Shocking Case Poplar Bluff Mo Nov 18 Richard Alexander a farmer living twenty miles south ot here jut across the Arkansas Stateiline was murdered Saturday afternoon and hia fifteen year old son Walter Mien Alexander a daughter Mrs James Hager and the tatters husband are in jail charged with the crime The murder was committed by the boy who has made a full confession im pllcatlng his mother sister and brother In taw who he alleges con cocted the plot to kill Mr Alexander and hired the son to fire the fatal shot The boy states that he shot his father with a shotgun both bar rels loaded with buckshot going into his fathers breast at close radge The family at once tried to make it appear that Alexander had accidentally shot himself but the nature ot the wounds and previous trouble he had had with the other members of the family aroused suspicion and the boy was taken into custody He broke down after a brief questioning and made a clean breast of the whole affair The only apparent cause for the murder Is that the other membdr of the household wanted to get rid of Alexander The murdered man was about fifty five years old In the neighborhood where the murder occurred public feeling runs very high against the accused Best for tho Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowels are put right CAS CARETS help nature cure you with out a griper pain produce easy natural movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your health back CASCARETS Candy Cathartic the genuine put up In metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on it Beware of imitations Artand Naturo Was the country lovely Marie Oh just lovelyl It looked for all he world like a landscape painted by somebody Indianapolis Journal K K IK A K KAK K Nervous WeakMenIK Thousands of young nd mltldlet1lO men are annually UNI to a premature 052e IStIZLY NLJIISCMZSTII1 CXCl55i AND flLOO- IDm12teLs It you have any or the following symptoms consult us before its too ute Are OU nervoni and weak dupond1 and toomy specks before the eyes with dark circles under them weak back inStable palpltatlun or the bearl blblI dreamsaud Iosaesscdiment la urine pImples on sunken eye hollow cllrelr careworn uprelon poor memory dlslrullul lack enerry and strength tired moraines restlesS nIghts chu lble moods weak man hood etuand orgass premature decay bone paint hair loose sore tUroat etc OUr NOTT Sletaoa Troatmcn wilt euro you Ij MEN LIFE BLOODNothing can be more demoralizIng to young nod mlddle red men than emissions at night or secret drain Ibroajlb the urIne They unfita man for business mar ned or social happiness No matter whether caused b evil habits la youth natural weakness excesses mirJI w S5etliod Treatment wilo lively euro you CURES UUARANTUEU NO CUKC WO PAY I PNo Namos Used Without Written Consents W A Uulr of Lima 0 I was one of the countku victims of rirly vice at 15 of tit The dralnaoit tuy ayslrru were weakening my oralo as well as mr sexual and uerTon aye leu For tea years t tried scores of dOClors electric belts and patent medicines roe lIune cureel iavaselvlcgupin despair La tact ctmtemplatlnir suicide a friend ad- vIsed mo as a last reSOrt to gIve the New Uollioil1reutuKat ofOrs KkLnfahr trial Without confidence I consented and la three months I was a cured man I was cured seycil years oroaID marrieS and happy I heartily recommend Dri K tEto my cCI1 fellow inca AfterTreatmetot rrvfe treat and cure Varfrocel EmissIon Nerroua SemInal Weakness j Clod Stricture Syphilis Unaatural Discharges Self Abut Kldnsy aDd Bladder Ulceasu and all of Men and Women 3NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTKK CONSENT PRIVATE Vt medicine Sent COD No names on boies or envelopes Everything confidential Question lltt and COst of treataient FKEt Drs Kenney 2 Kergan C2 WALNUT STREET UI J CiNCINNATI OHIO VEfi fViNk1- ss Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 FON and LON ROGERS Editor olphno3alnltaa CtAo = = liKl fridays till tlit Hartford Pub Cojncorpcratt lulled II Hartford postiffici mecindclisjiniil miller n JltI 1lID l 1 run vuvwrv JImUE- I nm B candtdnte for the Illrnobllrnn nomlnn lion for the oltlro of County Judge Yoirtup port U kindly nollclteJ Very Itmimtfalljr Fox KOOKRI ton COUSTY COURT i iruK We an nnthoriied to announce- S 11 N llnKlmiil- Ai a candidate for tbe offlw of County Court Unk eubltt to tbe action ot the llcpabltcni party Foil JAILEU- We are anthorlird to announce Ttiollini II flack Ai a candidate for the office ot Jailer nbct to the action of the Itrimbllciin party Wear authorized toannannc- ellturge w Tllfuril AI a candidate for the offlre of Jiilltr rabjntt tbe action of the llrpabllain party Wo are authorized to annouuro 8 A 1nrk- Anacniidtdtttiforthv office of Jllnonhl1 tu the action ot tbe llepubllcan party We are anthorlird to annnnnra W 1 ItriHlrr Ao candidate fur the otnreot Jailer nabjitt ro the action ul the llrpubllcau puTty roll ANSE ISO W lire authorized to uunoanre 1rniik Low At a candidate for the office ot Auxwmr ulolt to the will ollbo llrpubllcan purty run SCHOOL HiJiimixTrMiKvr We are authorIzed to announce Jnnitft Ut Wrrr- An a candidate fur the omit of Frhnol tendrut ot Ohio county rintijtft to tbe fiction 01 tbt Itcpnbllcan party IOU COUNTY ATTOHSEY We lire lIulhorlltll to announce SI L llrnvrln An a candidate for reel ttlon for the office County Attorney unbject to the action ol the lit publican party FOR NIIFILIEE We are authorized to announce Til nin n II nentoa An a candidate for the office ol HhprltT unbjwt to the action of the Uepnbllrnn party o JU W BECKHAU is at last elccte fairly without the allot the otliuu Goebel law this timo with the con sent of a fair Owenaboro lady A FEW years since tobacco was not worth hauling to market now it is a lucrative business No explanation necessary it is tho resut of Ameri canism in politics THF Battleship Kentucky iuot in Turkish waters sent there to con vince the Sultan that he should dela no furthur the payment of 9000 indemnity for damages done American property in Armenia IF our conltmparary would call more help to his side he might be able to deny with a greater degree of faia faction to himeelf the charge against the magnitude of the asiumed editors workjhowever this is merely a suggest ion Own contemporary thinks it nwfuW cruel in us because we do not credit the work of all Hartford to him T the casual observer this may appear unkind but in the eye of the more serious we stand justifld and our course approved TUB worst type of apeatsin is the man who assassinates the charade of his fellowman witha double breeched false charge and is tooI cowardly or is liking in manhood aud refuses to meet the accuseed fact to face witb the living issue At present the country is unfortunate ii having some of this class of character IK the discontented elements of the Deiimcratic party the free silver faction of the Republican party and the Fusionista crowd of the 1eoples party could be organized under one banner William Jennings Bryan would make them an ideal candidate By all means tliii organization should be perfected fir the sake of the party less Bryan AM tbe talk now among Demo cratic journals of note is the reorgan ization of the Democratic party All agree thitt Bryan is eminently success ful in obtaining nominations but miserably unfortunate in securing enough votes to place him in tbe pres- Idency Poor boys scrap among yourselves its all homefolks and four years until the next presidential elec tlon and by that time Bryan willap pear the champion of a new party advocating new theories preaching nrw doctrines delivering mankind from a cross of gold Fox Alley U becoming quite a noted street in Hartford and really it deserves this notoriety for on it are R T Collin big store Ohio County Bank KL Bullingtons birher shnp Sinderfiir tc Wilsons law office Tay lor Vickera law offineCireon Bros grocery L P Woerners shoe store Z Wayne Griffins drug store Neal Barnes law office B B Colling grocery the poeUofffce the court home Thomas general store J S R Weddings law office the ItcrunuCAtr office Dr E W Fords office Dodion A Kings stable Besides the business establishments on Mi street it is the home of some of our most influential citizens On this street are Jocated tile residences of Mr T L GrifSu Capt S K Cox Louis Gunther John 8 Mosey Woodbury I JTinsey and unfortunate for the street the editor of the Hartford Herald MK ML HEAVKIK announce himself u a candidate for reelectloi to tho office of County Attorney subject to the will of the Repub icai party Mr Heavrin was elected County Attorney in 1897 and it is bin just and due him to say that tho county never had a more capable am faithful official Besides being emi nently qualified to discharge ever duty of the office for which he asks he is strictly a business man always at his post of duty Mr Ueavrin has figured prominently in politics for fifteen years and has done some tel ling work for the party He is one of those untiring Republicans who hal fought zealously for the party and carried its banner from defeat to victory In the recent campaign he wean earnest advocate of tbe people cause for the right of self goverumen and for tbe restoration of a free and untrammeled ballot His work in Ohio and adjoining counties has prov- en most effective As to his official career not even his enemies can find fault He has looked after the couu tys interest as though it were his ow private business No better mai could be nominated and should tbe party nominate him no mistake will be made A Card to the Teachers If the teachers of the State have not had cause to remember Kepubl can official life in Kentucky certain ly no one has It has touched their books their lifes wel quicklyrtheir money for the furtherance 01 political plans and power Their re cent is simply effect ot R publican government in Kentucky Herald When the teacher comes up for his bard earned money anti he is inform ed that tlitra is none for him be immediately contrasts these Demo cratic limes with the Rcpublica administration when his money VRS anxiously awaiting his suramoni There is no doubt that the teachers will remember the Republicans of the State It is but natural for them to remember with greatft hearts the party that alwaj had the money to pay them whe the work was done To be sure it has touched their pocket books and they feel it sadly too They have seen to their sorrow how quickly un scrupulous party leaders will use their money for the furtherance of politics plans and for buying testimony to hang a Governor and damn a grea party and for creating and maintaining a large standing army Their recent trouble is due to Republics government most truly for had the teachers not experienced those good times they would have accepted the present shortage without surprise for they would have expected DO better Again we agree with the Herald and thank its editors for their frank confession p a Read and be Convinced It is quke humiliating indeed to be placed in a position that it becomes necessary to denounce from week to week the babblings of a man so lost to respectability as tbe meu in the Hartford Herald office but such Ii our lot and having assumed this duty Ive shall endeaver to perform it In the estimation of the Herald the met who voted to elect W S Taylor Governor and after having electic him supported him with their sym patby and otherwise is worse than a brute So intent is the herald on damning with its vile abuse and yen omous invectives every Republicut in Keutucky It cannot report even a news item without slandering Republicans individually Republicans severally and the party as a whole In his report of Mr Shelby Taylori experience with Jackson ha grinds out of his mud mill the following We do not know the political sen imenta of Justin Jackson the man who BO outrageously mistreated attor Del Shelby Taylor but it seems that he ia only carrying out the sentiment that has been recently promulgated In Kentucky viz whenever a lawsuit docs not turn out the way YOU vant it to get your gun and start out for the offending party Tell him you have been wronged by the law as applied in his hands and dont be sparing with your gun Some of your friends will stand by you perhap even if you kill him Anyhow you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are following up a very pop ular seutimcut nowadays Fellow citizens this needs no com ment from us There it is rend it for yourselves Our information Is that Jackson has always been a Democrat but his politics cute no figure in this case whatever Kepub licans Democrats all honest men read the above article and be convinced that its author should be in Hopkinsvllle The Wager Declined Again Truth always frets and makes perIsh its adversary and this truly fits our contemporary Alter a lengthy article about tho atfumd editor tbl Herald gives us this Really why does the editorship of the Herald bother the Hartford RE PUIIUCAN so much any how Most assuredly gentlemen it is 110 bother to us It never rests heavily on our stomach Indeed we are not much concerned over the railings of men one of whom is afraid of his own shadow while the other cant mak one or is afraid to make tho ellor Your editorial conglomerate of ignorance and malice is never regarde icriously Now as for your wager of 825 to each ot the editors of the REPUDLICAJ we decline to accept for two reason First because we do not make our living that wayjneither do we chose tt data ourselves with tbe gamblers awe are forced by the very nature 01 your character to refuse your company into the gamblers hall second it would be ungenerous and uopro fessional to disclose the information abtained as to the work of tbe assumed editor But really the didu which this gentleman cuts is sufEciet to convince tbinksng men ot the ins bility of the nominal editor to meet the duties ot his position Ibere fore he is forced to call to his aid a- more learnedmimi experience gentleman to do battlo for hum It If but logical to conclude that the man who attacks the college proffessor and the minister as an editor and as printer requires a half pint he fore striking the bills to advertise a gu bernatorlalspeaking and as a chris tian bows at the altar in sanctimonious reverence with the pious the godlyand the righteous and in obe dience to the divine injunction drinl from the holy grail would deny that any other than himpclf perform ed the duties assigned him or if nec ejsary would file affidavit averin that to him and to him alone were all praise and honor due When ve shall have fallen so low in human depravity as to enter the gambling nail then we shall enter witb our contemporary and accept the 50 wager and not until then Next Year Our Salvation Upon tbe result of next years elec tion our salvationdepends At tbe endofovery ten years the State is redistricted and this year is the end 01 the present decade and next year jp the time for reapportioning the StatE The legislature has this duty to per form which should be done according to lawbut taking tbe past for a criterion under the Democratic regime iJ has been according to Democratic ne cessity and contrary to law The present generation will pass away ere the wrong is righted unless the nes legislature is composed of Kentuck gentlemen and American citizens in stead of retrogrades and politics leaders which now disgrace the Ken tucky law making body The Jerry mender of 1890 was an open and fla grant violation of the constitution which 110 man denies Unler tbe Democratic gerrymander of 1890 equal representation was abol ished in order that the Democratic party might control the State legislature and yet we read Democrat platforms which condemn govern ment without the consent of the governed comparison of tine Demo cratic Senatorial districts with Re publican Senatorial districts will con vince every intelligent man that then is something rotten in Denmark Tile Seventh Senatorial district ia I composed of Ohio Butler and Muhlen burg countis heavily Republican has a population of 03911 while the 141 I iietrict composed of Shelby Nelson minI Spencer counties Inns only 42 333 and this a Democratic district a diferetico in favor ot tine Democratic party of 21581 The Sixth district Republican has 03957 while the Fifteenth district Democratic has inly 41557 a difference of 2iJI0 in favor of the Democracy But thE realllegislative robbery is more clearly shown in the Seventeenth Senato rial district compared with the Twen ytighth Tine Seventeenth compos elof Laurel Pulaski Bell Kuox Jackson and Rockastle heavy Repub lean counties have 129950 while the Twentyeighth composed of dart ind Bourbon Democratic has only 15303 n difference of 93047 in favor 01 the Democratic party Still more Democratic infamyTliirtytliir- dhitrictIeniy Letcher Clay liar lan Floyd Piko Knott Leslie Marlin and Johnson counties having a population of 115847 while the thirteenth district Nicholas Harris au and RnberlSin Democratic only hreo counties and 85350 a differ ence of 80 488 in favor of the Demo ralic legislation This is not all but enough to show tho supremo importance of electing n Kentucky legislature composed ol entleraen and not of disgraced and legciurato poMticil thieves The Seventeenth and Thirtythird histricta ire more than large enough for four senatorial districts whereas there are only two Tbe Seventeenth ami rbirtythird districts have a popula ion of 245797 aud are larger than bo Twentyfirst Twentysecond Twentythird Twentyeighth Thirtieth and Tbirlyfint districts al six together have a population of only 231892 The is the pat history of Kentucky Democracy In view ot the crimes of ten years ago and with the soul aim of honest government every Kentuckian shouM buckle on the armor and declare for equal rights to all men regardless of color geo graphical location or political nllilia tint It is but duo to every man every section and every party under the American flag that they should have equal rights and equal rcprefen tahoe and this should be the aim and purpose of all men and especially Kentuckians From the course of eventS in Kentucky tbe only hope for freedom and a progressive future lies In the election ot a Republican legislature next year Come sister counties join Ohio in rescuing the State from the rascals A Groat Medicine I have used Cbatubei Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy add Snd it to be n great medicine Says Mr E S Pblpps 01 Poteau Ark It cured me of bloody flux I cannot speak too highly of it ThIs remedy always wins the good opinion 4 not praise ot those who use it The quick cure which it effects sven In the most severe cases make it ft favorite everywhere For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro C S CorAt the Mrs HUjnli Miller Bank opposite Dr Millers lLmnktW aim to furnish a good supply of coal New tip public screens good roads fine loading place take In exchange ill kinds of horse feed such provis ions as we need and fruit at Hartford prices E M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66- JNO A EDGAR MIUKR Catarrh Cannot be Curod with IOCU ArrilCATIONS ftO thrAliOo rMwh th eIt of the diqise aturrh I n 101011 ouontitutlunni illMvuxnnd In order to cur It you tuat take Interim ft ni Hw hahn 1nlarrb lart u talon InttrnMly anti IKIM illivrtly nn iti Mood nud moron nHrturm Hullit IHtiirrb tarU iwt qntirk inwllrllie It wit lirrmTllftit by one ot th bo t ihyirlnnii In 1010 rountry fur Ytnm nnil In n nwnlnr timxrlMluii It In rum IKwnlof the leit tank kiiuwii rtntIrwd tih ttw liwt bliHiil turflr mtinar IIrrtlv on tho- niuona nrlnoM port t iiniliiimtlim IIllb- I w siirPInta In what irili i Htib woailerhil roufir In urine Cntimh Nvml fut iwthiionlMn w r J HUSKY ft Ill 11 ToWo O- SulJ IIT UriiBuUitii A llalfn Iamlly rill HIV the boat Favors New Party Topeka Kas Nov 20 C B Hoffman one of the founders of tine Populist party and a recognized lead er is sending letters to prominent members ol thatorganlzitlon through out the West urging the formation ot a new party With hint in the movement are other wellknown leaders Referring to tbe recent election Hoff man in his letters to Populists says No sooner is tbe result known than the Bourbon Democrats declare their hostility to the progressive elements which lougbt side by side with them Bryan is discredited declared unsafe and even dangerous Everywhere he ran behind his gubernator tab colleague in Democratic States be cause too radical in Populist States because not radical enough The fusion patty lacks continuity of purpose and clearness ofvision We protested perhaps not too much but we affirmed too little Of his new party Hoffman says A positive program is needed to meet the demands of apostltive nation nod a progressive agreement The energy which we waste in creating fabulous fortunes for the favored few which Is worse than wasted in foreign wars of conquest must be directed to the re demption cultivation nud improvement of our own national domain HtADAH 0Pain back of your eyes Heavy pressure In your head And arc you sometimes faint and tonguebyour mouth P And does your food distress you P Are you nervous and ir- rhableP Do you often have the blues And are you troubled about sleeping P Thou you Hvor IB all wrong But ther is a cure TIs the old reliable t m pm 1 They act directly on the liver cure constipatlonblliousnesssick and dyspepsia Take a laxative dose each night theyhaveFamily Pills Prltt 23 unit All DntiMf SegaiulyanSIcannowmiles without getting tired or out Liebeen8KWAtWOBK July 13 liDS Salem MOM WfKo tho Doctor I balrallddoctorfroely f jil cost a 10 J C ATE11 Uwell Man A CROMWELL GENTLEMAN Takes tho Assumed Editor In- Ch rgo fur His Visclous Attack on Supt Rogers Cromwell Ky Nov 22 1910 Editors Republican I have I llow ed with no little concern tbe contro versy between Tun UnruritiCAN and Herald as I believe every Republican in tbe county has done and from the time the Herald first assaulted you with Its billingsgate and slander you have given them tbe hot end of the poker Such has been your vie tory that every Republican is truly proud of tbe firm stand you bave taken and your determnatlon to de lend the peoples rights- I had hardly expected however that this newspaper controversy would lead to a personal attack on either ot TUB RnronucANs editors but It Is bard to conjecture the acts of a man In desperation Yesterdays Herald contained the most uncalled for attack on Mr Ion Rogers imaginable II came only from a heart ot envy with out cause or ptovocatlon It was tbe result of intense hatred engenered by a political controversy In which both the editor and assumed editor as you choose to call them have been worsted That the readers of the Re publican may see for themselves allow me to quote the article in lull Mr lYon Rogers one of editors ol Tint HARTFORD REPcnucAN out in a lengthy card announcing himself as a candidate for the Repub lican nomination for County Judge of Ohio county Without Intending to rt fleet in any manger upon the pit sate character of the man or believing that he will be nominated or elected it is our belief publicly expressed that few greater calamities could be fall the welfare of the citizens of Ohic county than the election of Mr Rogers to the judgeship which he asks lIe represents that element of Kentuclj Republicanism which is not only odious but dangerous lie has allowed himself to become so blinded by pull san prejudice and political bitted that he has no tolerance for anybody who dots not endorse Taytorism and all oI its concomitant evils To be a supporter ot Mr Goebel or Mr Rtckhira as be expresses it is to be an insect not susceptible of education He an nounces in advance that he would carry his political policy into the judgeship and the people can well surmise how quickly justlcewotild take flight What has Mr Rogersdone to merit such a viscious assault Ills whole life both public and private is an buck which brands every word mind every utterance of the above a false hoed and an outrage There is his record as School Superintendent as clear of partisanship as was ever made by any gentleman His record as editor has been minted by a firm stand for truth and justice for u free ballet and a fair count which the author of the above has opposed lie has exposed the schemes of the election thieves in their attempt to overthrow civil government in Ken tucky in a manner highly gratlfylrg to his readers for which the Herald has denounced him In language tint never comes from the mouth of a gentlemanIf calamity to elect a gentle man to office one who would scotn the idea of stealing or taking the property of another a man whose character is above reproach in short a Christian gentleman then it woud be a calamity lor Mr Rogers to be elected Judge of Ohio county insult to this worthy young man should be sternly rebuked by every Republican in the county Such visions and brutal attacks on the character of a public man will be condemned by every thiukjng tuna in the county Nothing is so revolting to intelligent men as the act of a dee based man in assailing the charnater- of a gentleman A SunscnniRR S SOur Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged ti day to stand at the head ol his pro ftisiou in this line His exclusive method ol treatment for Veticocclc and Stricture without the aid of or cautery cures in 90 per cent ot cases In the treatment of Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paralysis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to wo men he is especially successful IrHathaways practice is more than double that of nay other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treatment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge fit consultation or advice either at his cf left nr by mail Address J Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenu pea Attention We have just opened up our new stable and are now ready for you Give us a call- DODSON KING the Liverymen RemlldyHlsgen Pros tbe popular South Side druggists corner 69th street en1 Wentworth avenue rays Wcsel a great deal ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find that it gives tin most satisfactory results especially among children for sever colds and croup For sale by Z Wayne GrlN fin Bro ROSINE Mr Thomas Allen and family vis I ited at Horton Sunday Rev Holbrook preached here Sin lay He anti his family are on their way to Sulphur Springs where they will reside the coming yen he hav lug been assigned to that circuit JI Holloway and family visited the family ol J J Tlllord of Fords ville on the 18th Mr A Wilson who has been quite sick is now Improving slowly Mr Ben Rial has moved into the property of Jerry Tilfotd formerly occupied by Thomas Allen Mr Sam Christian is very low ot chronic trouble Ills permanent recovery Is doubtful Mr D B London is engaged In plastering house for Wm McDans lei of Olaton- Joseph Hunter went to Hattford on business last Tuesday John Allen ot OUton visited his father Mr Dave Allen Sunday Congratulations are now in order for our genial section boss Charles Talley Its a nine pound girl Dr Sinclair attending physician All Interested parties doing we- lllOur town seems to be reviving waking starting into new life once more KNDVUOIM To remove a tiuublesome corn at bunion First soak the corn o r I nt ton in wnttu valer to stlten it then pare it down as cjosely as post ibl without driwing blood and apply Chatnberiuiut Pm Balm twice dally rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application Acorn plaMei should be worn for a few days to protect it trout the shoe As a generals linimtnt for ppwlrfi biuifes lameness nd thcumatism Pain Balm Is tine qualcd For sale b 7 WayneGtiffir Bro COOPERiCY- Nov 20 Farmers are busy gath etlug corn end stripping tobacco Health generally good Mr Luther Chinn nail Miss Bettii Taylor wsre the cnests of her uncle Wm Wise the toth Miss Tina Wilson who has been the guest ut her sister Mrs Burden ol Cromwell has returned home Mrs A C Scvens after spending two weeks with her mother iu law Mrs Harriet Stevens who has beet dangerously ill returned home Tinurs day Mr Wm Wise and wife attended the Taylor Chinn Wtddlgla Thurs dayMr A C Stevens and family spent Saturday arid Sunday with Messrs K P Birnard and Thad Barnards fatnl lies Three cheers for Tint RHitJnriCA and the Republican party S II F When you feel that life Is hardly worth the candle take a dose of Chant berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse yout stomach tone up your liver and regulate your bow cIa making you feel like a new man For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bra- In Memory of Llttlo Jo Stevens When we saw him first reclining Pale and sickly slumbering there And kind friends were lingering near him Listening to his faintest breath Scatce believing one so ovely Could at all be linked with death But deaths untimely finger Set its blighting signal there Ah cruel death makes no distinction With bue eyes or golden hair When his pure soul left its prisons And had fljwn from earth away As we closed hlieyes in death And gazed upon that cold brow What wonder if we wept Soon they placed him in a coffin And placed a lily on his heart For he loved it in hIs lifetime That they gave him one at rest rAn absent form a vacant chair A voice that is stilled in death But look not in the graves cold chamber For the loved one and the blest A COUSIN r A Village Blacksmith Saved His Llttlo Sons Life iMr II H Black the well known blacksmith at Grahamsvllle Sullivan Co N Y says Our little son five years old has always been subject to croup ami FO bad have the attacks been that we have feared many times that be would die We have had the doctor and used many medi cines but Chamberlains Cough Rem edy is now our sole rtlUnca It seems tll dissolve tbe tough mucus and hy giving frrquent doses when the crcupy symptoms a pen we hive found that the dreaded crimp Is 1cllrfl1 hfOrp It vti rettled There is no rtmiprr in living this remedy Ill it c nlitns jiinm rr ither Injir Ius 1rtiu and nmv he given OH confi dvtitlr t 1 hahe MM to an aitmtt Pr stte b 7 Wjc nffi ft Ti EIEOAKY Nov a 1 Ilr 1 low has ptr chute Mi A tint VIIIIII B arm inst eht il iIs ni rill take cliirge ol it in n Mirt tle Mr Chinn has louvln I in HIlv r Ujm and Is hnvi v A iitw biiuu erected thereon M t C Pnic hp acid his firm to- nI K I IrfllB Mr ChI M tV Phivn and Miss Oua Tanner nurptlied their many flier1 Ny vliif I 0 ernboro last ThiiMliy wlnn they were united in- lie holy bonds of wedlock They are q rite j iiitilar and a hJt of friends w tsh tinin A 1m v and happy 1U M Ht Hart has rentid the Dick Vn krr firm Kstf llotlfml and till rjovs as soon us he ijellvcrs his IhlcIIuul I J 1 I iqa Elention D iVU1 q FRi tip ounry i inIwant to save your money We can save you money by giving g you full value for every dollar g you spend with us Get our jj Prices nnd look at the goods m That is all we ask 1 Jt hIIu T1 I 11 C H1 0 II N I s Readymade Clotbiog The biggest in llurtlortl A good line or Mons aOrtmentI A better Suit for 85 A fine Suit for Tetzcdown or Outing Cloth jUt line thing fur a nice Dftjsinh Sack at fie lOo l2Jcan l lio per rani It Klegant anti cheap All kinds of ladies Underwear Comfirls something you need these cold nights Our comforts are large anti extra heavy going at 75c81 00812181 50 SiiOOand 8250 Overcoats the like you have never seen before in Hartford We start them at ion up to 10af- lue Ione A world beater for 1250 l1aiikst Cloaks See our lineThey sell themselves The price wo atl makes you waul Our Capes are uptodate everything new oneI Ladies Underwear We bavo a complete awl you can pet anything you want Vests 1 6 to 50c Beat Union Suits at Il5c mid title Isbatlkind anti descriptions We uneuJ1lIOU with auythini in this department td Shoesfor Lndics Gentlemen Boys Girls nod Da birs All made by the celebrated Brown Shoo Co We guarantee our Shoes to give satisfaction J 1 We giye you only a few price s J- t as our space is limited But I come to our store and sec 011- 1gOOdSafll I pliccs It will pll yOU I It T COLLINS Hartford Ky F- IDNTAn1 W nT2 mrn 1111ItIIII 11aalI 1 I 1 1WI J to a Mr Puqua Mr Tichenor tm bought tI e residence and bnsiness house of W C Bennetts aud will en into grocery business no we are In toned Rev Walsh presiding elder of this conference district for the M B Clntrch held a quarterly meeting at Shinkle Chapel last Sunday His set mona were both Instructive and Inter eating Rev WInkler of the Cumberland Presbyterian church did not fill his pulpit at this place Sunday owing to quarterly meeting at Shlnkly Chapel Mrs Thuilow Ashley Owensboro is visiting her father in law Mr James Ashley Mr T L Anderson near here has accepted a position at Taylor Mines A much needed rain has fallen and the farmers are busy stripping their tobacco Among the many names which appeared in your last issue as announced candidates none icccived more favorable mention than that of I our worthy and competent School Sn periutetident for County Judge Mr Rogers is recognized as one of the countys most able young men whose abors deserve to be honored lie will scarcely have any opposition In this- pneclnct We are also very much pleased to see that our young friend Frank Lowe has announced as a can didate for Assessor Frank Is all right and we take pleasure in recom 011Oillotinned we say Republicans of this precinct want Mr Sam T Darnett to make the race JorI the Republican nomination lor Should Mr Barnett decide to enter the field he would carry this precinct with a swoop Mr Jo S Dennett and Mr Warren Mills went to Owensboro with tobacco this week Mr Dermit Ashley Oven boro who has been visiting hIs lather Mr James Ashley for some time has returned home Since the bird law expired tine local qtmtods are wasting both tim anti shot in an attempt to c ptur sow f the feathery tribe Born to tie w fe ef J A H Iud oi tic 15th injt n girl Dr Isaac Foster h s bought Mr Alex Bennetts farm consideration 400 We are informel that Mr Ben nell contemplates moving to Hnwes yule BLUE JAY I Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN I DROPSYCtrUDWUh rctabl uses nrd In tea 117 slisest twoUilrd ore IT r moT d TMllmonlaliandTUDATttriatmutttrM DX 1 B IOU 1011110 X AUaoUaa Rough River Telephone Company VIXIU- llroUTl Talk fceinp cheap and necessary ou should iatroniia homo folks when you onn buy our own phonos ninth brnildyourowir linos arid be in distance with the whole county and business points generally myonly Pitying 4UherexpenseifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Comp- aniesATTENTION c youhorses I myIand Buggies at all hours the best wheat grower in the Iworldthe GuanaYour is earnest IIY RespyiJohn IHAUTFORD NERVITA PILLS I IKeslaR Vitality Lost Vigor sod Manhood t CUre impotency Emliiloni Lou oUte- llSolory waiting dlMtui i etfocu 01 or I and IndlKrotlon OVnllrve tonlo nd PILLS Jllilk builder glow toDrLr oend Uof outb D utah CTS I pe r box 0 bozo for e2 O with our bankabl traurmtottoonror refund the money Send or circular irni cop of our bankable guarantee bond NervifaTaIet8Sf = I i tareolrlion Hysteria Flu Initnlty and the of Ezceiilro of tobacco Qplom or Liquor mAIl In plain ckAlf8o a U for 11600 wIth our bankable guts sates bond to cur in SO dais or rafunfl I monty paid Addrau NEItVITAMEDICALcO- alntonJackson Ots CHICAGO ILL ltvsiwltbfouwhtbPr7ou ostle Iha rmoTM t dcf Ir for fob rAnanodlolpellDlU I oodI oato aahII e u II tlo I hIIIVOuhrruTuwIII pUnUF penUr 00 aaJl cuoo bo 0 Iou fuu c Atttaoo r INDUCEMENT TO- TRADE ServiceiCourteous Treatment Prompt Positive Satisfaction and a ing of from 15 to 25 per Cent I Collaretts and JacketsBl- ack Sheared Belgium Coney Fur Collaretta ninefinches deep lull sweep interlined antilinctiwltb Mcreized Saline at t2 00 ITop Collar and deep border of White Kriramer under Collar nod Star Yoko of clioico quality Black Fur interlined and Saline a choicef IExtra10J inches long lull sweep front tag 18 iuchca long ornamented with two open mouth heads and ten lxtraLlargo Fox tails in Silk Cups Storm collar G inches Satinabeautyfor8500Superfine lieu collar new sleeves laciuir colon Brown Castor and iAuefor 8750 AII wool Beaver Jackets 20 inches long combination i turndown collar diublo breasted slashed buttonfront with six buttons newest sleeve collar and Reveres very handsomely Apliqued lined throughout with Satin colors Black Navy and Castoru beautfor 88 CO New weave pure Mohair heavy Attrachan curl Misses Jacket combination turndown collar douhlehrealellIfront with BIX large fancy buttoncolor I and lack mixed ago oJ C 8 10 and 12 year pricetl 8300Mens and i al Boyss OvercoatsM- ensheavyweight all wnnl Ulster well lineddnubleolbreasted cheap enough at 87 COour special Mens good nilwool Beaver Coat come In Black 01111IBrown well lined warm ROIl durcble Velvet Collar good as anybodys Vt 00 coat our tpecml price 8500 Mens best grade ol Beaver Coats raw edge Metalio itIholYFor winter itipplies of Boots Snocs Underwear Bank I cl etc we guarantee you a big saving by visiting quarters beadiThO Plaoo TS t 7Flartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 W Illnolo Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo Now Unit reed inking rtlrct Hominy JntwSUb tfeio nt nuo- nVirlh llniiiul Month llnnnil- Nn ISliInt 41 H tu Nnlr1JoetltoamN- utardne2eWptn NIL HI doeJiopm- Nn liila 3p in xnItldoeAUpu- Ieenl 1elthta Nu II due 7W o in Sull11 tine tt p hi- M II taaanrea1aenl u Hul Ue ere ready for you DODSON ft KINO Liverymen Silk Velvet in all colors at Castor Co ItdlcsCapea at 50 cts at Carson I Cost 4 You should see the Indies and chil dtens jackets at Carson Co White and Oak curtain polls with wood fixtures at 10 eta at Carson Cos For anything in the Livery line call on Dodson Kingthey have jnst opened their big stable Mr E P Stevens Beaver Dam called to see us yesterday lie has just sold his crop of tobacco for f700 per hundred How was it five years ago A protracted meeting will corn mence at the Cumberland Presbyter- Ian church the first Saturday night in December with Mrs Woosley as the leading preacher Mr L II Condit of Polril Pleasant has been employed In the Coun ty Clerks office ns specIal deputy Mr Condlct Is a deserving yndng man and his friends will be glad to learu of his selection Schiceter the well kuown Photogrv 9pber is now at the Hartford wham I his Floating Studio We are rocking Buttons at 250 each or two for 400 Kodak Photos at 500 per y don They are twice the size of Daisy Photos Come and see us- SCIIRUiTER The REPUBLICAN received on yes terdays mail three calls from words vllle Aetnaville and Magan calling for Mr D H Hocker to make the tace far County Couit Clerk Since this matter came to late for this t weeks publication it will appear iu our next issue Mr S T Chick Beaver Dam was among our callers yesterday lie In forma us that he has just sold his crop of dark tobacco for 5 per hundred Five years ago he was ofL red gt per hundred for a similar crop Farmers how do you account for this 11111i11 Circuit Court convened Monday Good Blankets 50 cts at Carson Cos Kentuckys official voteBeckham 339265 and Yerkes 226 712 Mr Rebert Plummer Beaver Damt was a pleasant caller yesterday Overcoats for the at man the lean man and any kind of a man at Carson I Co Rev Slonehani of Lcitchfieid will preach at the Baptist church next Thursday morning and nightan Twelve or fifteen cases of measles are repotted by Dj E W Ford to be at the alms house The ttlnl of Caleb Wright nod sons for the killing of Felix loole wasI concluded yesterday The Wrights were ncqultttdIR G Corsets No tot the Jtoo quality at 90 cts the No 115 the 85 ct quality at 75 cts Century corsets at 40 cts ntCnrson Cos Col S R Dent with the Mutual Life Insurance Company is in town This is n perfectly reliable company which business men choose ColDent would be pleased to talk insurance to you All the important financiers Inc town carry insurance with him Mr Sylvester Cecil who has just returned to his work at the Cumberland Exchange sites lingering case ot typhoid fever has been removed to Nicholasvllle Jessamine county While all rejoice in the promotion ol this worthy young man we truly re gret his removal jor he is a most ge a vial and pleasant young gentleman I Mr S A Park of Bartlettspiecinct announces himself a candidate for theI office of Jailer before the Republican I party Mr Park comes from a loeatlI tv which deserves to be lIe Ian Republican deserving well from his party and if nominated would mVxe a winning candidate an efficient officer lie is n son E q James A Park who is well known nil over the county The party could make no mistake in now mating Mr Park Mr W P Render Jr Centertown announces himself a candidate for the office ol Jailer subject to the action 6f the Republican party Mr Render cornea from a tile long Republican family highly respected deserving recognition at the hands ot the party Ills reasons for asking the people to make him Jailer he saysls 111 health He U a son of the late Thomas C Render and a grand son of Kd Rowe Should the party call upon him toI bear It + btuner he will prove a worthy stewad The long trustle oa the levy N rth ol Hutiord Is being torn out to be re placed by a steel bridge This is a good idea which meets our approval I The Small of the Back That Is where some people feel weak all the time They are likely to be despondent and It Is not unusual to find them borrowing trouble as If they hadnt enough already The fact Is their kidneys are weak either naturally or because of sickness exposure worry or other Influences- I am thankful to say writes J L Campbell of Sycamore IIIthat Hoods Sarsapv rllla has cured mo for many year 1 wo troubled with backache At time I was ao bad I bad to be helped from the bed or chair am now well and drone and tree from pain What this treat medicine did for him It bai done for oth- ersHoods Sarsaparilla inPromises to cure and keeps the promise Begin treatment with Hoods today he an but It could have been done during a the summer and saved the people North ol town a great inconvenience year while a bridge was being constructtd they were put to a great inconvenience and some people came near having their stock crippled in passing around the way provided The time for building bridges and repairing roads is any other than late fall and winter- Centertown off presents a candidate for- SberUfLeore of the Republican primary the perspn of Mr Thomas H Den Centertown Republicans have a great work within the past lew years and it lane been done through such men as Mr Benton and now is a very opportune time to askA recognition Mr Denton has been deputy sheriff under Sheriff 5paid has performed well the work al lotted him lIe is a gentleman ol business qualities and would make Rood officer should the party choost him tor the chosen will certainly bet elected In the event of his nomina Mr Denton will prove himself an untiring laborer in his partys cause is a man of pleasant social quail fications whtch is quite an essential quality for a politician No mistake will be made in choosing such a man for sheriff Mr John Render of near Mcllenry hall 300 stolen from him last week The money was in an old pocket book In a trunk in Mr Renders room the second of this month Three hundred and ten dollars were in the book and all but ten dollars which sthe dropped upon the floor was taken Arthur Shaver who stayed at Mr Renders on Tuesday night was suspected and arrested Satutdav and placed in jail lIe is 19 years old lIt slept on the second flior and It is presumed that he took in the situa lion Before leaving the next morn- Ing he pretended to have left some cartridges in the bed room and with as an excuse he went back and it Is conjectured that he then took possession of the money This 3 only another proof that it is safer to keep money in bank than in stock ling legs Doubtless there were sever era other old books or stocking legs aboutthe place aft well to do asthis had the thief the time for Inves I tlgatiou af 1000 Instead of f300 might have been lost We announce Prof James DeWeese Shreve to day as a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Ohio schools subject to the action the Republican party Prof De VVeese is a very affable self mad young gentleman twenty four years ol age When but a mere boyhls lather died ann lelt him to fight the battle of life a poor penniless lad His early youth was spent on the farm and in the public schools He applied him self closely to his school work accept ing the reverses of fortune which to young men of his circumstance and ere he arrived at his ma jority he was master of self and Instructor in the school room and in this capacity he has since devoted time save that which he spent in college He has served on the Board ol Examiners in this county for the past three years in which position he has acquitted himself with credit He Is graduate of the Valporaiso College Indiana and holds a State certificate Young DeWeese is a highly educated and cultured soldier in the struggle of life coming from a locality that has asked for nothing Should the party choose him tor its nominee he will add strength to his party and the cause which he represents IRObyMartln Mi S P Roby and Miss Nora Martin will be married at high noon on the sift of December in the M E church South at Fordavllle Mr Roby is quite well known throughout the county He is an Attorney at the Hartford bar with a very fair busi ness His office has been at Fopls 1vllle for sometime where his home is at present Miss Martin the brldeto be is an accomplished young lady well deserving the m in ot her choice We trust that the great future will yield to them all the happiness and pleasure they may have wished for and that their union will prove high ly agreeable w The beat protection against fevers pneumonia diphtheria etc Is iu building up the systen with Hood Sarsapatllla A TRYING ORDEAL of Mr Shelby Taylor Has Remarkable Experience With a Desbperate Man of Hold Undor Covorof Rovolvor of for one Hour and a Half By His Cruol Torturor TROUBLE OVER DIVORCE SUIT Last Monday was the most unfortu nate and yet the most fortunate the hlstor of the life of Mr Shelbyd Taylor n prominent lawyer of this city For him it wSs unfortunate that was forced to undergo an ordeal of hour and A half at the hands ofa desperado who had him covered with revolver during the entire time and yet Mr Taylor was extremely lortun nate to escape with his life which was only duelto his coolness ol temper presence ot mind and good judgment Monday morning Justus Jackson formerly of Indiana and Owenboro called at the law office of Mr Shelby raylor on supposed legal business Jackson claimed to have come to pay a note or rather the Indebtedness against a small farm he once owned about 90 or floo which the farm had been sold for by decree ol court The farm fell into the possession ol Messrs Heavrin Taylor they hav ing purchased it at public auction and they had sold it to a Mr Tate who had them a small amount Jackson Mr Taylor if he would pay back to Tate the amount that he bad and would make him a genuine warranty deed that he would pay the cost and take the farm Alter some atime Jackson Induced Mr Taylor to go with him to Tate and arrange the satisfactory once for all time and the two drove out of town in Jack sons buggy apparently on good ternlsCThe two pursued their journey in a pleasant conversation says Mr Toyc lor for about nine miles when Jack son drove out into the woods from the public highway at this Mr Taylor inquired the intention of his taking that out of the way road and the ans wer was I just want to go this Inway When they had driven perhaps filty yards from the road Jack son stopped the horse alighted from buggy drew a thirtyeight caliber revolver irom his pocket placed it InI his companions face and told him to prepare to die saying you have robbed me of my farm and I intend to kill ouIThis was more than a surprise to Mr Taylor who had nothing to defend himself with but a pen knife While Mr Taylor was looking into the jaws of death he plead with hisj would be murderer to remember hisI condition his utter helplessness hl4I beloved wife and baby boy So earnest were these appeals that theyI the murderers heart whoI agreed to stay the death sentence proI vided the settlement should be made us the pleasure of Jackson might dlcI tate This having been argreed to Jackson resumed his seat in the carriage keeping Mr Taylor under cover of his pistol declaring that an attempt to escape would result in his death They drove about one mile further toI the residence of Jacksons father which is located near Cromwell there dismounting they entered the house Help NatureBabies Iproper food rarely ever medicine If they do not thrive on their food something is wrong They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working properly SCO JJS9K COD UIVtKivrsiWllIHYPOPHOSPHITES o1IJMES will generally correct this I 1 oneIlfourth times a day you will soon see a marked improvement For I larger children half to a teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk if you so desire will very I soon show its great nourish- Ing power If the mothers milk does not nourish the baby she needs the emul J sion It will show an effect at once both upon mother and child I Soc a ndroo11 dlUultUJSCOTT DOWNE I t trtw oag1 where Mr Taylor was treated with more cruelty than ever before having been loiced to disrobe he was forced to stand for three exposures before the camera of this photographer under penalty death if he refused When Jack sons pleasure ordained it to be so Mr Taylor dressed himself only to driven like a wild beast under cover of a murderous revolver for another mile afootover the country in search Mr Tate On arriving at the home Tate he was found to be absent whence they went to Mr C S Tay lors In seaich of Tate Here Mr Taylor persuaded Jackson to allow him to have a drink ot water for he ws Indeed thirsty Realizing that a further promenade into the river hills with this man meant death he made up his mind to bring this horrible or to and end and if it was his lotto die that he would die on friendly soil in the presence of friends Having thus determined to act and realizing how desperate and yet how perilous the undertaking he called into action ever muscle and every in his body for it was n slrug gle for llfennd with a fierce and desperate lunge seized this desperate man around the body clutching fasta the revolver end calling for helpa which brought Mr C S Taylor and his little boy to his rescue When they had overpowered him and Jackson I saw he was at the mercy of the man whom he had so cruelly tortured he gave up the revolver and on being liberated took to the woods like a whipped cur Had it not been for the presence of mind and that was a reo markable thing to be able to command under those trying circumstances Mr Taylor would have killed him and been justified in the act but fortunate for him that he did not act rashly and in the heat of passion and excitement commit an act which he would have regretted for all time It was the timely arrival of Mr C S Taylor and son that liberated the young attorney from the clutches of a heartless captor Some four or five years ago Jackson stole a yolk of oxen from his father them to Owensboro aud sold them to secure money to skip the country with a young lady He deserted his first wile after having lived with her several years and having two or three children by her and lookup with another woman and went to In diana where they remained for sometime but recently moved to Owens boro where he is in the photographic business under the assumed name J T Carson The deserted woman employed Messrs Heavrin Taylor to bring a divorce suit for her which they succeeded in carrying through the courts and in the rounds the farm fill into the hands of the attorneys II was this little rough hilly non productive undesireable dump of river knolls worth less than 100 over which all this trouble arrose The ease was given to the grand Tuesday an indictment was returned and a bench warrant issued for his arrest Various points were noti fied by telephone to be on the lookout for him and unless he escapes into another State he will be brought to account for his rash act It is thought by Mr Taylor that Jackson took him from town with the Intention of tim- Ing him and in fact he declared this to have been his purpose but his heart failed him After having been subjected to the most cruet inhuman and barberous treatment that can be Inflicted on man except death itself and this too was a living death Mr Taylor arrived in Hartford about 8jo p m unhurt but much fatigued from the afternoons experiences with the revolver lof his assailant as a living witness to the narrowly escaped tragedy Commlttoo Called Togothor The members of the Ohio county Republican committee are hereby called to meet at 10 a m December 3d in Hartford Important business to be transacted and the entire membership should attend NICHOLAS BAJIRASS Chmn BY LON Root ns Secretary Your Boat Work Cannot be done unless you have good health You cannot have good health without pure blood You may have pure blood by taking Hoods Sarsa parilla now You connot realize the good it will do you until you try it Begin taking it today and see how quickly It will give you an appetite strength and vigor and cure your rheumatism catarrh or scrofula All liver ills are cured by Hoods Pills 250 SMALLHOUSE KY Mr T R Barnard went to Louis ville Saturday Mr P B Taylor has had his house repaintedMr Bennett and family Beda were at the bedside ol Mrs Alva Cal loway Saturday and Sunday Mrs Calloway has been dangerously ill but is now thought to be some better MrsNanniekimbley received today that her sister Mrs Claude Brown Is dangerously 111 Rev Joseph A Bennett of Bedag preached at Equality today the pas tor Reverend Shugart being engaged in a protracted meeting a Centertown Qllte a number of our young people are attending the meet ing at Centertown Mrs Jennie Ross visited her father tTells Osae the tory faches and you DOGeipated timid out munch sour and buy a package u- HoosBs0 And tAke a dose from Pills1 to 4 pills fYou will bo surprised at how easily they will do their work euro your 0zicuttlicadacho and biliousness route 1104 Mr Ben Drake Saturday and Sun dayThemany friends of Rev E D Maddox and wife deeply sympathize with them in the death ot their dear little babe which occured at their home in Centertown Nov 12 May the dear Savior comfort them in their sad be reavement and keep them until they are united in heaven to sing His praises forever more To tho Public r McHenry Ky Nov 22 1900 EDITORS REI UBUCANTI do not de sire a newspaper controversy with but yest days Herald made vicious attack upon the character ol Supt You Rogers which as one who knows him personally and officially feel it to be my duty to correct The Herald says ot him Just what showing a loyal Demo crat would have ranged alongside of the most offensive negro Republican in Judge Fon Rogers court can perhaps be imagined by those who havq watched the course and listened to the utterances of the Fox alley edi tor What he would do for those op posed to him either politically out side of his party or socially within the ranks if be got the opportunity would be a plenty And again Mr Fon Rogers one of the editors of the Hartford Republican comes out in a lengthy card announcing him self as a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Judge of Ohio county Without intending to re fleet in any muner upon the privatr character of the man or believing that he will be nominated or elected it lour belief publicly expressed that few greater calamities could befall the welfare of the citizens of Ohio cOllnt than the election of Mr Rogers to th judgeship which he asks He represents that element of Kentucky Re publicanism which Is uot only odiou but dangerous He has allowed him self to become so blinded by partisan prejudice and political hatred that he has no tolerance for anybody wh does not endorse Taylorism and all o its concomitant evil To be a sup porter of Mr Goebel or Mr Beckham- as he expresses it is to be an insect not susceptible of educstlon He announces in advance that he would carry his political policy into the judgeship and the people can well surmise how quickly justice would take fight It Every word of the above charges is untrue I have intimately known Mr Rogers for the last four years and was associated with him as member of the Board sf Examiners during th past summer Throughout ray acquaintance with him I have foun him in every instance as a man to be kind honest firm and manly as an officer faithful obliging impartial and true to the trust confided to His keeping In the examination room where the manhood of men Is testedg his instruction to the board has uni family bcenknow not politics friend ship or religion but give every applicant just what he is worth In stead of being treacherous and repre sending the most dangerous element ot any party as the Herald charges I never knew a friend more faithful and steadfast or a man cleaner in morals Doubtless his manly fight fur the par ty and the peoples rights has called forth this attack upon Mr Rogers from an assassin of character and should be resented by every friend of civil liberty Respectfully ERNEST WOODWARD 4 f am Hale andHearty Now tL writes C B Hill of Marshall Mich a living proof of the efficacy of Dr Miles Heart Cure I have fered 20 years from heart troubled and became so bad I could not lie down to sleep Physicians failed to help me and I was to try DnMiles Heart Cure which benefited me from the first I continued using it and now am In perfect health MILESt cutnnteofirttLook on heart and nerves lent free Or Miles Modlctl Company Elkhart lad 1 0111= There is no end of = OldVirginia Cheroots I to waste as there is no finished end to cut off and throw away When you I buy three Old Virginia Cheroots fortfive cents you have more to smoke t and of better quality than you have r when you pay fifteen cents for three j Five Cent Cigars a Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own dealer 3 for 5 cents ar IU I RII J Vr t it L t t St t t- J Satisfactory prices for most satisfactory goods j makes this n store that good buyers frequent the store that proves most friendly to your in a ter- estaJustu Before Thanksgiving aThere will be many special needs ariseitemse that youll wish to purchase those that y feel would add to the pleasure of the occasion demandour store is 1 your money the greatest purchasing power qualities such as wise buyers approve r Along Lines of ThriftP Are purchases any of the items wb enumerate aYou can safe make your selections feeling that qualities are the leading A determination a to make November sales surpass all formerNo fe vember gives a low range of prices that youll SP foejs cloth prices 50c to 850 Ladies JackeUflOO 1 to 1000 Woolen Dress Goods lOo to 8200 0 Wo have everything in this line that you need Keepinga the Feet Right 1 thefS you wear or gj your enjoyment In any footwear that we offer its the sort thats made on footform lines made 6 21made to give greatest comfort hence stylish 5 Shoes never means uncomfortable footwear S 1 Every price on every pair of Boots or Shoes Is 5 o a price its lowest or your money g reheerJully returned to you In ladies fine Shoes buy Witherepoons Shoes at 81 25 1 50 and 81 65 The best fine Shoes on tho market G is the P W Miner make 200 to 350 f Boys and mens Boots 125 to 8350 + 9 Andd Here We Prove Iti 1 f Wo make the Suit the teat of the whole mat teryou need not take our statement ExamineF the magnificent tailoring note the high quality 3 of the linings the perfect fit and youllreadily g agree with us that the Edward Rose Co Chi 3 cago tailoring is foremost A most satisfactory g feature is that theyre priced in a modest way 5 4nogreater cost to you than common tailoring E CARSON ft CO or ur j HARTFORD KY Ii- f1l tSr WiWM WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AND TEACHERS 1SCHOOL Beaver Dam Ky ForLadles mad C3leiitlei3ae3aL Thorough cources In Literature Languages Music Art and Business Excellent home influences Refined and pleasant tnvironments Eight years of successful work has been completed Next session opens August 28 1900 WG WELBORN Pre8 J HAM BARNES Vice Pres ruts r rInllt A of ENGLISH raavBiography Geography Fiction etc What better Investment could bo mado than in a ot tha International T This royal quarto volume is a vast storehouse of valuable information arranged aconvenient form for hand eye and mind ItIs moro widely as standard than other dictionary in tho world It should bo in every household- AlsoL J Vefcrtfr ColItsUb Dictionary with a 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beloved and the most powerful man in hits party and it is fair to him li say that had he followed his own belief and instincHnstead ol the advice ofmore politic persons his dtfeat while emphatic enough mi ht have been less severe His part in conn sel and action may till be great in the fortunes ot his patty It is premature to forecast his futnte or to sa cocksurely that h= nwy not be eVII for a third time a candidate lor Presl dent But suppose that he volui tartly and in good faith retired Iron politics a buppusitljii most incttli ble Then Bryan woud IIIIUt bu that strange entity called Bryanis would not be killed or even hcmchei1 Brj an dldnt reate it lie found t e Dsiro ratio p it crZd with ditap 0 ilIU it nil ili jl1lt and nlieaily inocuMld wit whit has since been knuun UN Bi ai Ism Mr Cleveland with lit con ruunism olpell1 0111nil the utti r I naticial ranters aguint Pinticli i hud had thtir tflect They hlllrn duced in millions of niindj the uneinj impression that the rich were gcttinj too much profit and the poor too lit tie that the Government was carried on for the benefit of the few The files of many Democratic news papers will teveal a choice collection of epithets with which editors and orators spattered the Protected manufacturers The Money Devil wac otng about like a raging lion and the Robber B irons were held up for execration There were seas of yin lent talk and passionate abuse Tht theory was propagated industriously that the Money Power auijtleiious bugaboo was crushing what Mr Bryan calls the producing clatses Juggernaut nud Mammon and Molocli were held up and shuddered at Tb Democratic mythology began lony uefore Mr Bryan was beard of an Mr Bryan was but an avatar of Mr ClevelandMr vras put Into power again in 1892 and it was expected that the tabernacles of robbery would prosper no more The Robber Barons were to be driven out Instead Mr Cleveland repaired their castles tot them He did indeed toss a crumb of comfort in the shape of an income tax to the radicals but his backslid ing on the main question made them furious Instead of oQering a bountj for the head a of the wolves he stub boyed them against the sheep Mr Bryan found iu the Chlcagi Convention a multitude 01 iiflmwa- ble enthusiasts who knew that they had been duped by Mr Cleveland unit who had been taught by the lattet and the Free Trade pundits general ly that they bad been and were being snamefully fleeced by the rich Mr Bryan pouted oil on the fire and u burned up higher and is burning yet He did not start it and he cannot putt outSome of the Democrats seem t u46ILYONSI i LAXATIVE i PIj jurious drugs and Is the best pre that can bJ compounded for BilioumessfSlele drlvcsftoutJ If do not like It bettor than nllY- ltxttlve have cwr used yourj druggist will refund the j An Ideal remJy fur moncyt 1 ntiSocro CA = 2 UsaIt IL3ItieIiyILJIIIINX IOCAI ilcI- I31ATSt Nothing but local remedy or change of climate will CatarrhI ELYS CREAM BALM It Is quickly absorbed Gives rs 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the way It will be a Imp matter to make the Democracy con strv tlve once more The disease has gone too far for that The war de dared against the Protected Interest has become a war against wealth The radical spirit has grown more radical and intractable Hostility to tbe courts fury against ccrporations general distrust ol law nnd sympathy with disorder socialistic tendencies ibandonment ol what were cnct the essential Democratic piltcip es arc characteristic of the prwent Demo cratic party It Is more violent now han it wis in 1896 Its policies and Is purposes ore revolutionary What ulracle can restore to even a shadow l Its ancient sell a patty so trans formed and deformed What principle save that of factious opposition to the Republican party can unite the Democracy What tecet of th old Demoracy does the new Demo cracy hold We cannot think ofa single one New York Sun TRIAL TREATMENT B B B FREE Cures Blood Poison Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism and All Blood Troubles The Botmic Blood Balm B 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trcAtment address Blood Balm Co 8 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga and Trial Treatment will be sent at once Write today Describe trouble And free medical advice given Ovtr 3000 voluntary testimonials of cures by using Blood Balm thorough ly tested for 30 years OASTOnZABears thellttKirl You Hale Always Bought NcrAnd Novels Do you eij y history Mis Pauline Oh so rauchprotessoil It makes such lovely pUyrl Indlannpjlis Jutirnal WItSOrChamberlains Stomach nnd Lvcr Tablets cure biliousness constipation and headache They are easy to take and pleasant in cflect For sale by Z t Wayne Griffin Bro Womans Skull FoundI I Newport Ky NJV 18 A wo i mans skull believed to be j Pearl Bryan was Sound in the bushesj- the i5lh near There the body 01I Pearl Bryan was found In 1896 The head was missing from the bodned could never be found thouch the I most thorough search was male for f it The skull that was found is almost certainly that of tie murdered girl The filling in the teeth andother marks KB described by her father at the time correspond exactly with those ou the skull Scott Jacksop anti Alonzo Willing j ailjBryan IWEVLERS WAILINGS Tho Butcher Says Ho Could Havo Licked America In Cuba The Doughty Don Says Ho Was Cruel ly Traaucad While In Cuba New York Nov 16 A dispatch to Herald Iron Paris says Gan Weyler has emerged front his shall and flirts some hot shot at Anglo Sixonsin gen nat in an Interview given to the Fi garos correspondent He opened by saying thAt he once more protested against the abominable reputation created lor him by the American and English journal for political purpofes Hecontinufd When I was Governor General ol Cuba and was defending the tovere ingnty of Spain in that colony the last of the acts ol wpr was distorted by the picas rf the Unglish xpeaking na lions I never troubled myself about that fir I did always my duty as a iolrtler without lending eirto the ru mors of what was going on outside my province I 1 have noted Muce with sorrow lust these lying stories these calum nits have found an cho in Europe II lisa tiquued the events in the Tranivial and the Tories if the real Iriutlliescoimuitttdupon the lOners h- lord Roberts and the Ivialiili T r IJu ipetti military writers to aekrol Ige tint I never conducted niyMlf in Cubi BS tilt British have done it South Africa People are stow begin uing to do me justice The truth ot the matter U that 1 carried on the war in Cuba with th tigor which war requires You canno run tilts of courtesy and genctosiu with rebel and hallclvilizd ntgron like our revolted Cubans who wen ccustomed to massacre in horrible fashion thesoldietsthey bad captured People should have seen our pool Spanish soldiers those brave lit1 It soldiers ol nineteen and twenty year f age lighting with the Cubans to icderstand the seal horror of that car People would have to have Irel- lhe excesses of which the Cub IDS wet guilty in the treatment of their pus ners to have seen them toriminI hem and putting them through slow martyrdom and mutilating thel trail bodies to understand the pecul iar character of that war Dttt never mind that I did raj duty as a soldier and nm ready to d it again My bft reply to my traducers is the rttem nnd pflVctiun i which I am held by the Spanish nnnj the marks of devotion which han always been lavished upon me by m companions in arms both those in Cuba and those of the peninsula Explaining his presence in the Lib eral party Gen Weyler remarked thai it was the result of recent events 1 II CHUUVRS were living I should b at his side I should be a soldier purr sndsimple But there are cases whet the safety of ones country obliges on to stifle ones feelings of repugnance ind to nudeitakea tAsk which on would prefer to leave in the hands o1 othersII I had been able to gather together a strong conservative party alice the death of Canovas I should lillY prevented the loss of Cuba At tb headol the Spanish troops then in thi island I could have driven the Amen cans into the sea The hasty levies if Americans would never have beer able to cope with the Spaniards I should never have asked lor a fleet t be sent to me My resources dowi there In Cuba were quite ample Gen Blanco nitric terrible mis takes He consentrated all his troops in Havana instead of accepting tactic which would have permitted him ti devote his tflorts to the points threat red by the Americans It would hav heen easy to save Stntlago by dis patching there reinforcements at ar sarlier stage and with greater rapidity But it is too late now Whats tht good ol crjing over spilled milk Pol ides lost us our colonies No blam whatever can attach to the army All that it did was to obey orders It wa in nowise rtspoosible for our dlsas lers To day If It be necessary for thi good of Spain for me to give my aseis tance anti my personal support tda political party I will certainly do so If the liberrl party needs me to recon stitute nnd undertake a campaign in conformity with its traditions of Hber y and progress I will give my help t the Liberal patty but I will con ent to be a politician for six or eight months only Immediately afterward I will once again become a soldier hat arid nothing more It ii my opinion tint H Marsa1 Mutiiiz C iraptis hari renniied pure I and himply a frilier bi fain vnulJ have been all the greater I believe th pric t Guliit m- oveSOMNIA forInsomniaCeicarotehavody I have ever tried I shall certainly recom mend thorn to my friends as being all they ore represented Taos OILLAKU tigIn IlL CANDY CATHARTIC TRAP UUtK BtOWTIMO DoQowlCURE CONSTIPATION HnUml 5d Tfmftmf tkv MwllMl S rook Ill bralidragv CANCER Cut Out ot- RemovedwuhPIasters Burgle operations and flesh are useless painful and dangerous and bolides never cure Cancer fIO niatlir how often a cancerous sore it removed another conies at or near the same point and always in a worse form dangerousblnodthe poison 1 u7tIuleOnly Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another i further prvof that Cancer ii a disease of the blood To cure n disease hike tliisyou must cure the entire blood systemremoye every trace of the poison Nothing cures Ciitrver anil permanently but S S S S S S enters tire c rculatloll out anti remove all taint and stops the formation of cancerous cells No mere tonic I or ordlnurv Mood medicine can do this S S S goes down to tine very roots of the disease and fortes out the deadly poison I al1owhll the sore to heal naturally and uemnanently aSS at thesame time rmrifiea the blood and builds un the reneral health A little pimple a harmless looking wart or mole a lump in the breast a cut or bruisethat refuses to I heal under ordinary treatment should all be looked upon with suspicion as this is often the beginning of I a bad form of cancer Sirs Sarah M Kf sling cit Wlnd nr Ave Ktlitol Tens writes am I 41 years old and for three rn litd untrrd with a severe form of Cancer on my Jaw which the doctors In Ihli city uU was Incurable and Hut I could not more than lx month I accepted their ilatenent aa true ant had given all of ever being when m tirol gilt knowing my condition rrconimemleU 8 8 8 After taking a few balllet the sore began to heal much to the urpri e of the phyilcUns and PtIltetupladldOur uredtcal lepartiuetit la itt charge of PhysIcians of long experience wIno are Ipecllllly skilled its trellluJt Cancer and othtrblooclII1taae Write for saw advies or mujted we make no charge whatever for this service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANtA CA kIQi2cQEollll Groon Eos COllOO oJLeSouthern Normal School j TWO BE ABATE SCHOOLS CHDEE ONE MANAOEMZITT Ono Thousand Students Will bo in Dally Attendance During the Coming Year I nllowlnlurLaw fastness shortHand TyKWrltlne rrnman hlpTelriraphyand CivIl rrlec Any student who enter the llrimin Couao wilt sve the privilege or nlrtnlt the SocTelas NOIISAL IcnooL and pursuIng any Utrsry branch or branches taDlfhl without Cilia charect W Klv two months tuition free with every lit months by the Jtowllog URenhoslneas Colltg The 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