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THE MKCEOBD REPUBLICAN p Fine Job Wok a Specialty JOFFICId6 OBMN OF TIE FiMTDI IK i006fBC0YiBE88101dL018T81CISubscription 1 a year VOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRiDAY MARCH 81901 No 33G I I I II UUUI at ule 1wanot tonight 11faoehlnotherhood atriage1yeIGforgetful teelodramallc OPCudeI motherhoodNadi r + Utheelotitatthe risk both to mother Many huaban have gratitude for Dr 1llielmlzeaFavorite inscription be the pain of mother nothing and reduces 1 iu possible point ImootttookvealWrtb tea lOll pound coo ea Jiagsryru4 lssboa now sound and aDd dolsg y Iodlpajfuto pay eat of maillnx on Send itooeceBt tumpi tot paperbound TOt came or r limp for cloth binding to Dr RV Pierce Buffalo N Y t WmD1J g o 1iL iblh M L HEAVRIN fA ttorney at Law et HARTFORD KY orfBptcUl IUittoB Ktrrn to colltttlOB ERNEST WOODWARD a ATTORNEY AT LAW MellENHY KT fib prtttlrakU probMloa la all the roorUol Ohio roqiiy rii J Cnart ol Apnmta Prompt Bad ranftl toBld ratlon irirn all balmw r rnlnulfd to 1dm ad rdDtTtlrphoulnoRlM 0 E 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courts or Ohio and adjoining roontlM and tbe Court ol Appeal Prompt attention jrtren to all bglnea BtrniUd td alma Onto IB UircDLicAX bnlldlag R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky willhla profmilon la tbeeonrte Ohio Or and IdJolalna eoanUeo Also Nolan Vabll- ei Southern Railwayeth t8oatlierpBt ti KBNTUOKYTE J1ESS E South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR J GINIA North CAROLINAGEOq GIA and MISSISSIPPI M8S Ullee Thru Pally Train netween LonU Tllle Md Lexington UbaorratloD Chair Can Tral Toittnlllrrolll BenDlh Mast Union Depot connecting with train ot the I IUIDOII Centtal n tlit Llr R For iBformatton addrna fO A WaiDOU P A T A nee Pre rolitlll WU n TlTU ckAuUtaiiia I ALonrlae t JI eeLP tram Manager i 41 W IoT IJIK anYaaK Apat- rt wubbgtoa BARKER ANSWERS BECKHAM Speaks for Himself and Court Against the Charges Made UNTRUErrt Says Governors Reasons for Pardoni- nglIdAvley Are Marvelous and f Astounding Yrr A Committee oflhc Bar to Investigate the CoMscof the on Motion of Prose IProsecutlonmAppointed KInkade IJndge Barkers Hatching rebuke to young Beckbam is certainly well timed and deserving lie reminds the young man that bad it not been for j his Court Beckbam would not be Governor at this time to insult the Court Attorney R C Kinkade severely arraigns the ad Interim Gov ernor declares Berkbam unworthy the notice of a gentleman were It not for the dignity oi his position Judge Barkers address In full Is as followsGentlemen of the grand jury I have called you in because as a grand jury you are at the bead ol all reme dial justice in the county of Jefierson i have a few words which I desire to say ia you and through you to people of Jefferson county You have all seen and kept up with the proceed- Ings that have been going along in this court in what I shall denominate the gambling cases These proceed ings resulted in the conviction of sev eral men who were charged with gambling among whom was a Mr Ed Alvey Mr Alney stood charged in this court with setting up and operating a game ot chance in four dIN ferent places In the city ol Louisville On one of these he was convictedand I sentenced to pay a tine of f500 and costs and to be confined In the penN tentlary Jpr two years On yesterday there was filed in this court for him I four pardons one pardon for the of eases for which he was indicted but has not yet been tried The law re quires the Governor to indorse his reasons upon the official record when he grants a pardon The Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky in granting these pardons baa given as his reason statements which are marvelous and astounding to me states menta which so fir as this court is concerned are unholy untrue In word and spirit The Governor has seen fit to reflect upon the person at integrity ol this court and be hss among other things charged that Mr Alvey is the victim ol an unholy judicial persecution lie has charged that the Judge oi this court Chas per witted what he denominates an un holy pgreemeut between the Com monwealths Attorney and those ha denominates accomplices of Mr Al veywhereby they where to testify against him and were to be given im munity moreqver be bas assigned as a reason more marvelous still that while Alvey has been charged and convicted crime others have been allowed toga uuwblpped of justice and the Governor has said that he preferred competition in crime I de alrejto note this remarkable statement in detail 1 desire to do it calmly dispassionately and without bias and without any feeling in the matter A3 TO ALVBVS GUILT permutlon nocent men and if I know any thing about the meaning of the English I language that is substantially the t definition of persecution Neither His Excellency nor Mr Alvey pre I tends that Mr Alvey is an innocent man Indeed Mr Alvey must have confessed his guilt to the Governor because Ills Excellency closes his statement with the assertion that Mr Alvey has promlced him faithfully I that be would not commit crime anymore j Therefore if Mr Alvey was guilty as neither be nor his attor neys nor the Governor has denied persecutionoftridnth of Mr Alvey or any friend of his to complain that others get off if tie gets no more than his dues I have yet to learn that it lies fa the mouth 6f a man charged with murder to plead as a bar that other murderers have escaped It would sound strange thecrackernaaMarket street he could stop the offi cer of the law with the assertion You cant arrest me until you first arrest anothef cracksman who Is busy on Third street I do not under oaerlmand I have never so held since I have teen Judge nor will I ever so hold theColtttateswealth Again it Iscomplslned that the ac complices of Mr Alvey were allowed to testify against hlmand were prom 1 l I Ised Immunity Let it be assumed as I true that they did so testify and that I they were promised immunity It is bound to make any lawyer smile If be were told that the right to select among a number ofmen charged with crime does not exist that the Commonwealths Attorney did not have the right to allow any number of them that in his discretion he chose to turn States evidence If that be a crime then every Commonwealths Attorney that1 ever wan in this State or in any other civilized State has been guilty and every Judge who has permitted it has also been guilty Why just calling up a few Instances from our own experiences Many oi you will remember when seven mem bars oi the Board of Aldermen were indicted In the Federal Court they were called the Dig Sevenfor a coo splracy to wreck the German National Bank one ot them Mr John Reeder was permitted by the then District Attorney to turn States evidence against the others The District At torney at that time was Mr W M Smith counsell for Mr Alvey and the Judge was the Hon John WBarr Nobody thought that the law officer for the Government did any thing wrong in that case or that the lion orable Judge of that court did any thing wrong in permitting it TESTIMONY OP ACCOMPLICES IIt Is but common history that ev man who was convicted oi being guilty of a conspiracy to murder the late Gov Wm Goebel was convicted mainly upon the testimony of accom pllces in that clime And yet none of us would reflect upon Mr Frank liD the Commonwealths Attorney or against Jndge Canlrill for allowing him to permit it You have all read in history that the father of our Country George Washington offered to exchange Ma jor Andre whom he had captured for Benedict Arnold who bad escaped within the British lines thus offering to surrender the lesser criminal in order to punish the deeper dyed vllllan I take it that bad the commander in chief of the British forces been willing to make that exchange as the Father of our country deslreJ nobody would have reflected upon him or his Integ rity for doing so It would be Impossible often to reach the real criminals If the accomplices could not be allow ed to turn States evidence against them and I must differ with his Excellency the Governor of Kens tucky when be condems the policy adopted by the Commonwealths Attorney It seems to me that the Commonwealths Attorney did right when be allowed the mere tools to escape in order to catch the master splr It that was behind the whole iniquity It does not lie in tbe mouth of the Governor of Kentucky to criticise either the Judge of this court or the CommonTealths Attorney for the manner in which they secured the conviction ot crime Itls his prov ince to pardon it is our province to conduct this court and the Constitu tion ol Kentucky divides the govern ment into thee branches the Leglsx latlve the Executive and Judicial and it solemnly declares that neither of these great coordinate branches off the Government shall have any right to control the other AtVBV3 FORMER PROMISES Now it is intimated that this court has dls criminated among these crime male to the disadvantage of Mr Al vey I hold In my hand a part of the irecords of this court Three years ago Mr Alvey and a number ol other I men were charged with setting up I and carrying on a gambling game in r this city and this order was entered which I want to read to yon The undersigned who are defend ants In the above otyled actions re spectfully show to the court that they are not now directly or indirectly connected with any gambling Ins Uta lion and that tbe gambling which caused the indictments herein bas been entirely broken up and stopped and these defendants hereby pledge themselves to this court that they are not in any wise connected with said offenses and will not be IB tile future ED ALVBY Upon that solemn promise nude in open court made in writing and spread upon the records of this court a little over two years ago the Com blsjseatcases in tbe exarclie of that discre Non under tile court with which be is invested by the law The Com Coasty and the other gentlemen who were connected with them were present and they all thought that the gamti Sing situation had been closed I want to say to you that I reuulber few days In my life when I was bap pier or prouder than on that day when I entered that order because I believed that there bad been accomplished by me through the officers of this court what had never been accom plished befote that gambling bad swept from among the crimes of the city of Louisville This is the Mr Ed Alvey who broke this solemn promise to the court whom it is now said this court has discriminated against and that tbla court Is persecuting His biog raphy was published In the Courier Jourdal yesterday and in that biography it is said that he landed in Louis ville in 1891 broke without a cent tbat he started a gambling game then that he lived high that he was generous with his money and that he now has but lately fitted up the Kingston at an expense ol roooo and that he ia worth in cash =75000 all made in Louisville by openly andnotoriously breaking the law agalustgambling That man in his own biography says be has been In Louisville for ten years that be bas never been fined a cent and that the only indictment that was ever brought in against him before this last Indictment was dismissed by tbe conrt upon his promise never to break tbe law again and that he has thus acquired the princely fortune of75 000 in cash Trnely gentlemen to tender souls this must seem a hard hard prosecu tion- AIVKV8 75000 Can anyone tell who p IdlnbatJ 75000 Can anyone tell w mach misery it measures bow many homes have been ruined how many hearts have been broken how many old graybeaded people have been brought down In sorrow to the grave In the accumulation of this 75000 In the bands oi this persecuted man It will never be known There will be no account cast of it at any bar in this world But we can let our ImagN nations run along the line of infamy and we can have a fair Idea ol what it has cost to accumulate it I want to say to you gentleman as Judge of this court that I have never known a boy a to go wrongto default and rob his employer to be arraigned for it at this bar that gambling was not the direct cause of his downfall You may figure It up the annals of this court will bear me out that every man who has defaulted and robbed his emploper let it be a bank or a trust company a business house or a manufacturing concern has been brought to that ruin by gambling Therefore I say that tbe Commonwealths At torney exercised in my opinion a wise dlstretlon when he permitted these young men who were but the hirelings and tools of tblsnaster spirit to go free in order that tbe man who was behind the game should be exposed and brought to justice and I indorse that policy and I shall cer talnly adhere to It in the future If there be a discrimination between gamblers it shall be In favor of the man who merely works for wages as against the man who hires him and who sets up the game and if that be a crime let me hasten to plead guilty and glory in my infamy Insofar salt is intimated that this court has discriminated between one set of gamblers and another I desire to state to you upon the honor oi a man that that ia untrue I do not know what Mr Alyeys politics is I never heard which party be affiliated with I nevr saw hlrnnnttl be was ar raigned this last time J never spoke to him except to grant him a favor in this court I dont know any of these gamblers I want to say to you that I sever was in a gambling bouse in my life man qr boy nor did I ever see the paraphernalia by which gamb ling is carried on until I sat here and saw it as an exhibit in a case against tile gamblers I have up favorites If it be as some have suggested that this man in whose favor such discrim tuition Is said to abit is Mr Webras hoff I want to sayito you that he Is indicted in this coirt and his case is set for trial Theta are at least two or three indictments against him and they will be tried with the same vigor that Mr Alveys case was was tried and by I hope as good honest and Straightforward a jury as we had in that case NO POLITICS IN IT I have felt It my duty to make this public statement I have used you because the grand jury is the right yonithe court but merely as a means to make this public statement that I felt was due to the people whose servant I am that they might know how I had conducted the stewardship Intrusted into my hands I do it without any passion prejudice or hardness in my heartIf be intimated that there are any politics in this prosecution permit me to SlY that I let no man surpass me in my devotion to tbe principles ins volved in the Democratic party and Jf Mr Alvey be a Democrat as it is intimated lids certainly I can have no interest to persecute him and It seemed to me amazing and astounding that the Governor Kentucky should thus without notice and without any hearing try a judge and condemn him on the ex parte statement of con victed felons These affidavits that I have seen were made by men who were confessed criminals There is not one of them who is not a confess ed criminalThat potpourri of informa thin that Is filed ia made up of the statements of men who were either convicted or who turned States evi dence for fear of conviction It was amazing to me because I could not but remember that when only a little over a year ago the present Governor of Kentucky and his branch of the Legislature fled In terror from Frank fort to the city ot Louisville when they were threated with arrest by the military commanded by the then Gov Taylor and it was to this court that they came for protection and It was this Governor and in his favor that I invoke all the power with which tbe Commonwealth bad it vest ed meI it from him and the members of his Leglslatntnre that but for the actions of this court hIs Legislature would have fled in terror and never have been assembled again Right in this court he came for protection I do not say this in a boastful spirit but merely to show that If this court could have been awed then by the Governor with all his military at his back there would have been no Gov Beckbam now to insult this court Gentleman I thank you You may n wrgo to your room TO INVESTIGATE BECKHAMS CHARGE On motion of Mr Robert C Kin kead who was severely criticised by Gov J c W Beckham for the part be bad taken ia the prosecution of gamblers in this city Judge Barker appointed a committee of six to thoroughly investigate Mr Kiukeads connection with the cases Mr Kinkead requested that only Democratic attorpeys be placed on this committee so that the claim could not be made that It had any political bias Judge Barker granted the request and appointed tbe follow lug Col Thomas W Billltt Jndge Charles B Seymour Judge James S Plrtle Mr Francis P Straus Judge W Overton Harris and Mrjor R C Davis A stenographic report of Mr Kin keads motion is as follows Mr Kinkead I see by tbe state mauls in the public press that the Acting Governor of this State in as- sIgning his reasons for granting the pardon to Ed Alvey By tbe CourtYou mean the Gov ernorMr KinkeadWell the Governor of this State has seen fit to make against me porsonally a most vicious false and malicious attack which I deb sire to characterize as libelous in the extreme unjustifiable and unjustified I do not know this mia personally nor do I know that he knows me I have lived in this community and practiced law for twenty three years and there has never been at any time the least insinuation direct or indi reel against my moral character so fit as I have known or against my professional integrity The utter slices of this man stripped of his of ficial position are entitled to no con sideration at the hands of any gentle man but when be as tbe Governor of this State sees fit to mnke an at tack upon me as Governor it becomes an entirely dlfletent matter lie has not had the manhood nor does he possess the manhood to use my name unequivocally in thin connection but be has sought to assal me in his utterances and that assault that he makes upon me Is understood by everyone to refer to me in person I feel very much embarrassed in having to make the motion that I now desire to make but I do not Intend to rest under the insinuation made by this creature against me as tbe Governor of this State and as I have already stated his utterances as a man would pass by me as the idle wind which I respect not but I will not for one in stant frtaiad here accused by him or any other man high or low of even an insinuation against my profession al conduct or my conduct as a man and citizen in this community I S Y j The Chief Justice of Samoa Says Peruna Is the Very Best Catarrh Cure Conrt Room Scene where Judge Chambers maintained the Supremacy of the United States ia SaBOt la a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co Chief Justice Chambers says the foltowltg of Peruaa r Ihave tried one bottle of Peruna and I can truth fully say it is one of the best tonics I ever used and 1 take pleasure in recommending it to all sufferers who are in need ofa good medicine lean recommend itas one of the very best remedies for catarrh W L Chambers A tonic II a medicine that gives tone to some part of tho system There are different kind of tonic but the tonlo moatnecded In this country where catarrh la ao prevalent la a tonic that operates on tho mucous membranes Peruna la a tonic to the mucous mem branes of tho whole body Itgives tone to the capillary circulation which con atltntea those dellcato membranes Hon J E Maclai recent postmaster at Porto Rico In a letter from 1417 K- atreetN W Washington D 0 says s therefore desire to ask Your Honor to enter this order Comes R C Kinkead a member of this barand moves the court for the appointment of a committee of not less that five members of the bar of Louisville whose duty it shall be to fully investigate the institution rf professional misconduct on the past of said Kinkead in the reasons assign ed by the Governor of Kentucky in granting the pardons oEd Alvey convicted herein on February 25 the report of such committee to be spread when made on the minute books of this conrt and be filed with the record in action 32825 herein entitled Com monwealth of Kentucky vs Ed AlveyAnd II I meant what I say that I de sire to have this matter fully investI gated I do not mean that the com mlttee shall fully Investigate my con duct but I mean that they shall fully investigate the conduct of everyone connected with this prosecution I have no idea that tbe Governor ol Kentucky wrote the reasons assigned by him for the granting of these par dons and I desire this investigation to show who did write it He how ever has signed it as Governor and has given those reasons for his action but I say to you that when he makes my professional conduct the basis of his official action I want all the facts to be shown as to how that matter was brought about right from the be ginning to tbe very end and I ask Your Honor to enter this motion By the court Let the motion be entered I will appoint the commit tee before I retire You are entitled- to an investigation of this matterI4 Mrs C P VanDeusen of KIII bourn WIs was afflicted with stomach trouble and constipation for along time She says I have tried many preparations but none baveI ChamberlalasIThese Tablets are fur sale at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price 25 cents Samples free m F March and tbe Lion Ronellalnc Rallr Than the oid Nnw The saying about the lion and the lamb in March often proves false but there is another and a better one which is literally true When March comes in and finds you taking Hoods Sarsaparilla to purify enrich and vitalize your blood you may expect when it goes out that it will leave you free from that tired feeling and with none of the bolls pimples and eruptions which manifest themselves because of impure blood in the spring If you have not already begun taking Hoods Sarsaparilla for your spring medicine we advise you to begin to day We assure you it will make you feel better all through tbe com- Ing summer +Headache often results from a dlss ordered condition of the stomach and constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these dig orders and cure the headache Sold by 3 Wayne Griffin Bro m How Are Your Kldae r- DrIIobbaeunaosPllleearealtSidney I Ills I rt1pro ave Add hurUea Uemedy Cu or WA As a native born Cuban serving as postmaster In Porto Illco I contracted yellow fever sod have been suffering from tho ill effects of that dreadful dls ease since my return home I was ad vised by a friend to use Peruna and I can speak in the highest terms of your remarkable medicine I feel like a now man and shall tako pleasure in recom mending it to those similarly afflicted It ia a fine tonic and la in every way a wonderful medicine Feruna has become of national importance ED LODGENS Capture and How It Was Accomplished Of all the moonshiners who have opperated In Kentucky no one of them Is better known or been more extensively advertised in tbe news papers than Ed Ludgen of Green county He has been several times arrested and tried for violating the revenue laws but has usually escaped lightly Since his last arrest and trial a few years ago lIttle has been known oi him though there has been little doubt at any time that he was operating somewhere in Green county Last Saturday it was learn ed here that Lodgen bad been arrest ed by seven revenue officers five miles northeast of Sulphur Well Green county actively engaged In moonshiningMr McFarland a general storekeeper and gauger whose head quarters are in Glasgow and who was one of the party that captured Lod gen when asked about the matter by a representative of this paper bad the following to say Last Friday night about ro oclock we left Glasgow for Lodgens place of business which we had Jo cated heretofore Our posse was composed of Deputy Collectors Cas tie of Grayson county McClure ol Louisa Randall of London J II Newman of Monroe county and U S Deputy Marshall George Thompson of Lebanon We went directly to Sulphur Welt and there left our horses and walked five miles north east of that place When we arrived very near the spot which bad been located it now being 7 oclock in tbe morning we crept down with- In thirty yars of an old mill on tbe bank oi Little Barren river Our footstep from this time on were guarded as we well knew that if we It has the record of the greatest catarrh remedy of the age Fornna II a speciflo In Iu operation upon the mucous membrane It ia a tonic that strikes at the root of all ca tarrhal affections It gives tone tothe minute blood vessel and the terminal nerve fibres Catarrh cannot xl tlong where Peruna is used Intelligently Pernna seeks out cararrh In all the hid den parts of tho body Address tho Parana Medicine tCo 00 Imnbu 0 for a free catarrh book were discovered by Lodgen it meant a fight to the death tie secreted ourselves behind some cedars about thirty yards from the old mill where the work was being carried on In a few minutes after he had taken our stand Lodgen came out with a bucket and went to tbe spring to get water Castle who was leading our posse said boys be quiet I believe he has seen us We were quiet without further warning but Lodgens snbse quent movements indicated that ba had not seen us so when he came out tbe second time and filled his bucket on the order of Castle everY moo leveled his gun and Lodgen was ordered to throw up his hands which be did and said Im not going to hurt any of yon Lodgen was then handcuffed and takened to Columbia to have his pre luminary trial before United States Commissioner Winfrey- No whiskywos found but about fitteen bushels of meal He badfoae large revolver lying by the dooiin the 01111iShortly after Lodgens capture Dick Cave a 225 pound negro who is wanted for selling liquor without Ute proper papers chanced to cross tfce path of the officers He was takes ia tow and handcuffed to Lodges for double security Ex It is not so much what the news papers say as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend to friend that has brought Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy into suck general use It is as natural for peo pie to express their gratitude after using this remedy as It is for waterto flow down bill It Is the one remedy that can always be depended upon whether a baby be sick with cholera Infantum or a man with cholera woe bus It is pleasant safe and reliable Have you a bottle of it in your home For sale by Z Wayne Griffin lie Bro m VARICOCELE STRICTURE R Noolberdloeaoe Juo rentcal men as Vrlcoeclc A1t laterfeceswith the ualrilioD of tho seanalorgan It producesemissions loss ofsemen lIoD1I till II tbe loldl iotheback ncrvous des oftheruelutocompleteK mea Ire IrobUd wltb tUrloture it 011 ration yo ate espeflmeatoeyoebycattindlaiollb Ilrlct ua disappears caa never can Varicoeebend Stricture without 0 ions of time The treatment may be VaratoeateeStricture U r Kidneys BladderAH aexaal eorapUlnts affect tbiu orfio hence the kUnni art a sonrcs of dlwate acblnr or wrakncii onrtbe small of the back t adac7 to urinate treqaaaUy deport la urine eoldnese ot bands or tocl drowp feeling fa the msrobg Doa neglct kidney OrNow Method Treatment guaranteed lo cure any dlwae ofthese orgaruornopay K PNo Names Used Without Written Consent O W Rowe of Jackson Mleh 13711 hid varlcocate In tbe aecoudarratag aa two atrlctnreaof lIearl operated oo twice audergola greatuffetlogbutooly- got temporary relief waa try tbe Method Treatment of Drt dt K Tbe enlarged veins dluppeand la tlwne was to vitalityreturnedrecommend you doctors vdtlr my whole heart CURES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO PAY DeforeTnat yAftsrTratmattie treat sod cure Nervone Deblllly Loot Maabood Yarteseate Stricture llh Creel Weak Parts Goaotrhaaand Unnatural Discharges Conaalutloslfris- oolufree Writs for Quuoa 111 for 110m Trclmeat DrsI528WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI OHIO w Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARClt 8 MIX HOUFRM Edltnr = lphoD O1I Cam = z hud frldgs ty Ue Nartforde Lolenrperat btirri it Hirtfofd pottofflci IS sttoadtlistlotlII I r REPUBLICAN TICKET For RprnfnlpALV1SB BEHHErr Par County Jatljr ran RUOERM For Coonljr Court tlerk MB BAOLANO For Co an ly Atlornrjr n LIIEAVRW aberllli N rinreUool Haperlnlnd Y JANE DEWFEJK For Jell er THOMAS II IlJACii j For AoFRANK LOW- SForNnrrryar JOHN n Were D For Coronrr Otlt L DAVIs SENATOR Wm Lindsay has gon to Yew York to practice law V Tire Democratic ticket nominated Monday was selected because of ite ability to raise a large corruption fund TUE inauguration ot McKiuley an Roosevelt Monday was attended wit more pomp and millitary display than any former occasion ot like impor tance Washington was clothed like a bride WE are sanguine that A G Ben ton is heartsick of his display of ig norance and awkwardness before the public though he might make some signs if he couldnt speak THE Democratic ticket is headed by a Populist and down further in the list it contains a very ardent sound money man We failnl to learn whether any other denomination it represented not If not its a won der Ocn contemporary Mr A G Benton says that in tie opinion young Beckham made H mistake in pardoning Ed Alvey tht Louisville gambler This is cerlair I a surprise to the citizens ot this cou ty to know that this old hardhearted sinner hat repented and is putting nit stamp ol disapproval on crimes so finitely in significant compared with the stealing of the governorship of a fc tate against which he never raised his angelic voice but on the other bund accept ed and approved it all in the columns of his weakling and instead of callI ing the maddened doge oil Eaid Sick um tig- Tae T treatment of Mr Cass RuwanI a lifelong Democrat true BS steel last Monday at the hands of tile leaders of his party was most shameful indeed Mr Rowans Democracy is unques tioned it does not have to be placarded but is accepted on the market of the politicalworld us being worth one hundred cents to the dollar He has labored in his party most a life time believing diubtless that the priuci plea uf the Democratic party proper ly administered would Iw to the beet interest of the American people lit isa gentltniHU of high standing s man of influence a farmer of means a man loved by lila neighbors and universally respected hut when be trusts bit fortunes in the balance with those of a political herraaj brudie and the fate ot those fortunes entrusted to the political trickster tlwy count for naught WHAT THEY ENDORSE The second clause ol th Ohio coup ty Democratic platform reads more like a miracle than a historic declara tion of apolitical organization upon which that organization proposes to base its claims fur the endorsement of the people in the coming contest It reads thus lie endorse the nine ronnfrratUm and ad herence to tbe peoples Intern la that bare- ebaravtedudthe prttent Htan nctmlolitrft Ion ol Oovernor llwkhnm n ul tho e withehim who are charged with tlw a ul th Butes attain We desire to ask one question here which any member of the Democratic party may answer or its organ at this place What has Mr Bckham done tbatwas wise conservative and adIhexed to tbe peoples into etir It is apart of history that as ers n as Beck bam was in charge ot Strto affairs he if bad 100000 appropriate to hang Taylpr and damn the Republican par tVn8 this wise conse rative or to the peoples interest I id also histo ry Jibat before he bad quietly settled on in the Governors chair he had an other 8100000 of tbe taxpayers money appropriated fcr the purpose of raising and equipping a standing array For what purewr Was it in th of wart Was K mucky going onfa conquest 8200000 conserve J IIlivewhat degree Wijo you say peoIplelm ca au extra n of the legislature to amend the elec ton law which set for 58 days at an enurmoufo expense to the State with tttroa other object than to amend or re vise the laws governing elections Every bill that bore the resemblance of f lalrocf was st down on by Beckham s wing ni that body Fiftysix days were spent when ten would have answered quite as well bad be wanted fair election law After all the la passed was most as partisan as the Goebel law Does this show conservatism wisdom and to the peoples i terest It was but yesterday as i were that Sluhertbe bruiser Alvo and Mile the gamblers were all pa doned in order that the two latter might furnish competition in ga m bling in the city of Louisvilleas Bec ham said in his endorsement Deardear readers law abidio liberty loving God fearing cl zens where is the wisdom the con servatism the peoples interest i such a course All these things th Democratic platform endorsee and upon this declaration they go to the people for approval The people of Ohio county have repudiated this of ficeseeking band of politicians mo than once and yet they come endors- Ing all the crimes they have previous ly committed and in addition the most humiliating and demoralizing prac tices of vice with which the humane race is afflicted The case is in your bands what wilt thou dot tL BECKHAM AND THE GAMBLER JL88t week we published the most remarkable document that was ever issued by an executive official It whyha should not be deprived of his liberties as an American by confinement in a State penitentiary tor a period ef two years The court and the prosecut ing attorney are made the objects ofI a most personal heated and libelous assault as officials even charging the attorney with having been connected with honest election movement which should commend a man to an intelligent community while an ad mitted criminal a professional gam bIer a convicted destroyer of men H made the theme for his song nf landation and praieeIThis week we publish the response of Judge Barker and the attorney Mr Kinkade to Mr Beckbams vicious attack which we unhesitatingly commend to every Kentuckian Judge Barker is a feerless Democrat as he states to the grand jury has been local and true to the principles of his party He cites young Beckham to the fact that ho fled in terror fromI Frankfort to Louisville with his win of the legislature and fell prostrate at the door of his court for protection and yet when discrimination is made between this same Judge and a gambler notorious in reputation and odious in character the latter is chosen In his answer to Beckham Judge Barker eaya his utterances are untrue in word and spirit lv bide shall the people believe Will they uphold him who has fearlessly and impartially administered justice to a self admitted crlminnlor will they side with a roan that demands competition in crime and houses af vice There can be no politics in this case They are all Democrats ofthe joebel dynasty the Governor the court and the criminal all belong to the ame political echool They read the same political Bible worship in the came temple vjwing allegiance to the ame political deity Beckham says This is the most barefaced and iuexcucible case of judicial and political persecution that ever came before my notice In reeponie to this prelude Judge Barker retorts It is untre in word and spirit Do Democrats persecute each other in this manner But this is the only logical conclusion in view of the last InIliciareslion in gambling thinks monopoly I should not me permitted to exist in this business and expressed himself I In indignantly when one of these execu live favorites is barrel from business by the verdict of twelve honest jurors he Twelve honest jurors yes Indeedla We rEcall that in his speechat Hartford last fall Mr Bsckham vow l that he would not pardon any man convicted by a jury of twelve honest he jurors Ob consistency tbou art a Jewell It is understood that the hireling of this man Alvey who were indictedI promised immunity I t y would turn States evidence and toll all they knew shout the raw Tlita he true is perfectly legitimate soil honorable as every lawyer of Inndte knows but Mr Beckham takes IVl88uethe gamblersare on trial speaking a this point he says This li the most barefaced anti InnrnlaF bh rune ot Jadlcln and political ullou that ever ram toore my notle Ily s boMr and shameful nlplrary this mnn Alrsyhas been selected as the hclplsas Tlctlm If our memory serves us crrrectly promts upon promis and money to I boot was offered those indicted for tbe asussinatiou of Senator Goebel if they would turn States evedence and chang Taylor and damp tbe Republican party to quote one of the attorneys for the Commonwealth Was this a cotrupt bargain in the one case and an act inspired from on high in the other This bitof history is yet firmly riviled in the minds of the peo pIt In assigning his reasons for granting this pardon Bcckbam he sine as follows And whybltthat Indictments iitnlrit other hare been dlnmlued under corrupt bargain that they be Rtren Immunity II they 5would sloe erldenre agaltut thU mansad SIIIesTa as follows I therefore grant this pardon to Alrey upon the aesoranre from him that he will not thelawn will you carefully note the first clause and compare Becktmade tbe object of a bare faced and mek1 Alvey is a criminal Now who eve persecutb re96T 99 1901 that publics makes queerbedfellows is unquestionably true At times in the career of an of ficeseeking politician it appears there t it is necessary for him to be a poly sidedsort of a fellowcongenialelastir and pliable A card was circulated in Hartford last Monday which to thinking men was very amusing and clearly demonstrated the fact that some men must be tried before it ia possible to conjecture what they will do in the event of political emergen cy The recent Democratic conven tion made it necessary for Judge Jas P Miller to come square out and de clare himself a Democrat which viously be has denied before ho cool get the nomination for County Judge on that ticket About two weeks ago Judge Miller published an article in A G Bentona journal setting forth his position politically which Iwas not at all satisfactory with many peculiaPr wording Hence the clique that was steering his cause concluded that it was more than important that he ehould make his Democratic affilia tions more acceptlble to the party by emphasizing the fact and swearing his allegiance to and resting bis lot tunes with the destiny of that organ zttion Ever ready to meet a polit Iical necessity as he has been hereto lore hp rose to meet this occasion andI invoked the powers that be to aid him n vowing bis allegiance to the Demo earng est petition the merciful fates permitted this card to be written on his political diary- A CARD To tat VOTER or OHIO locJtn1 have heretofore In response to certain friend of mine made what I connive to be a clear andIexplicit statement ol my polltltal pooilionI Lest there nhontd be any however In the mind ol any man on this cab feet I will add to what I here already talIthat since the adoption ol the Chicago plat form by the Democratic National ComnnI tlon In 1694 and the reaffirmation ol thU platform by the Democratic party In KnItacky I IIAVE IIEEN AND AM NOW A DEMOCRAT Ai I understand the things unwary to conntltute party affiliation In thU country are drat allegiance to party platform and second support ot party nom inees I had supposed that my political poeltton- eeheredefned wee clearly onderntood by my friends In thU county and I trust there can lie no longer any room for mUapprehen shoo on thU nubject- It nominated for County Judge by the Item ocratic conreutlon which meet In Hartford next Monday I eipeet to be nominated as Democrat and ihall ask the nomination aiofiDemocrat I shall submit to the action that convention and cheerfully support nominees whoever they may be on the IIIocratic platform whirl that conrentlon adopt Very mpectfully March i1501 J 1 MILLER Judge Miller was at one time a ost ardent supporter of the priori ciplesoftbe Republican party and a candidate for oflice before that party answer to some sort of prayer he- met with a change of heartpolitically speakingand became a populist Thus repudiated all his former teachings thought he Iam surely right laboring in this party for a short time as a private ands candidate came to the conclusion that some thing must be wrong some where fates were yet ungrateful and he was without official honor that ho was laboring under a delusion Praying over the matter further as we hope felt that he had root with another change of heart which ho construed spell Democrat Taking his for it in this message placarded quoted this last cbauge took place in the year ofour Lord 1896 some unknown cause the expe of this change of OS was withheld from the public until recenty Formerly he was much irritated when accused of being a Democrat and on some occasions would express himself as being very indignant On one oc casion he went so far as to brand the accusation as a falsehood Wo call to minb that in 09 he was billed by the chairman of the Democratic can paign committee to speak at Mclleu ry on the 8rd of November In the in terest of the Demecratlo ticket with Ben Ring a most vicious and port f san Democrat Wo als reroemb that we told our readers of this appointment iu this manner Judge Jar P Miller has again met with a pilitical regeneration This time King Goebel is his Savior Judge Miller is an honorable man but be links his fortune with that of a mur s proleuIr bed fellow And In answering tbii accusation as we will term it for coo venience he declared that the statements contained in it were false hoods and the author knew it when he wrote it The author of that statement gentle reader is still you humble servant We were sincere in what we said then not wishing to nifc represent say man but to record facts aawesaw them We do not dart to misrepresent anybody now so we quote from the Judges official mouthpiece the NetnldBastes journalas follows Judge Miller made swok nt Mcllenry Monday night as he had agreed to do In be half of Mr Stewarts candidacy for the taste lature Mr IIOKere ot tU Republican went to Mcllenry to hear what be tied to say and then wished he had not gone Judge MUlersald In opening his speech finer reading the above artklethatthe state meats It contained were fahwhoods and known to be false by the author when he wrobthem lie TIIEN 8TATKD THAT liE WAM A lOIUrrKT AND NO INK HAD FOILdNow Judge it is not our purpose to treat you unkindly but bur earn est desire is to deal fairly and manly with you to excuse us for being in quititivc but since you charged u with having told a falsehood on you in 99 which we accepted not know ing your heart we are very anxious to know and we insist that you ex plain how you were a Democrat in 96 a Populist in 09 and a Democrat again in 1001 without meeting change somewhere along tbe line P Are the statements which you pla carded Monday falsehoods spoken only to obtain nomination over amen who attended nothing but a Demo cratic school and knew no other litical god other than Democracys or were your statements at Mcllenry falsehoods We have tried most zealously indeed to harmonize theseI years of yours and this language but fur our life we have hopelessly failedI Will you answer these quearies by asserting to yuur Democratic constit uency that the Populist party and the Democratic party are one and tile same How dare yrl Or will you charge the report of the Herald as an outrage and a falsehood On dont do that our other self drank these ut terances from your lips and through fALTHY T TL 3 IHAIR A man with a thin head of hair is a marked man But the big spotIs toI kind of a mark most men like Too many men in their twenties are bald This is absurd unnecessaryHealthy a mans strength To build up the hair from the roots to prevent useMBIr isorIt always restores color to faded or gray hair Notice that word always And it cures a 1OOa bottls AlldrugglstsP emoDgIrangn is jwasshowed so plainly I began the use of Vigor three months ago I flnd 1 hare as badIbremedyChicago We here a book on The our and a8ttMD1l1o aboutItDa J o AYEIl Lowell twx tbo instrumentality of a pencil book ed them against you Ifwe prevari cated falsified anti misrepresented in 09 who falitDed in 1001fie to the political atmosphere you breather CENTERTOWN KY Rev Shugtt hUed tn preach her tact Sunday and Rev B V Phippe filled his stand Rockporters here this week Mr Tom Benton has returned tn nls railroad position Mr D E Ross bas resigned his portion as clerk with the Contra Coal Iron Co of Echols and is with us for a short time Miss Edna Doskett and Mr Ear Davis ate confined to their rooms on nccount of sickness Dr G P Chapman has gone West to visit relatives and friends Allys HeavHn Smith and Sander tat 61 Hatitord were here last week on business Piof G T Tinsley hAS moved tour town and we gladly welcome him to our circle IrMr S M James and Prof H H Davis went to Cromwell last week on business i Mr E H James of Cromwell passed through our town last week to revolt hIs daughter Mrs Evenly of Point Pleasant who is very sick MAY reHow is This We ofler One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Citnrrh that can nut be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo OhioWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 jeawand believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation mad by their firm West Trnsx Wholesale Drug gists Toledo O Welding Rinnan Marvin Whole sle Druggists Toledo O Hells Catarrh Cure is taken In ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol the sys tem Price 75c per botttr SolId ball druggists Testimonials free Halls Pamlly Pills are tbe best The Dog That Liked Taffy- A man bad a dog that was lond of ctndy It was the daily custom of the master on coming home from business to toss a piece ol taffy into the dogs open mouth Alter devout fog it the dog would manliest his de- e light and appreciation by much fawn ing and waggles One day to cot vine himself that the dogs affection were sincere the master tossed n bit of Indian turnip into his mouth In stead of candv Alter eating it the dog howled with pain and would nev withoutporowling One bitter kills the fleet ol much UflV In Memory Ot Rettie Sapp wife of Green Sipp d uuhter of Mr and Mrs W S Ford who died December 12 1900 alter a short illness She leaves a devntri husband and four loving little children rid a host ot friends to mourn bet toss Grieve not deer tUher tour daughter has gone to trj ty the home prepared for loved ones Chear up dear mother when your troubles or earth era over you will meet tour daughter on the golden short Grieve pot dear sister dear Rettie lest awn Hway away to her heavenly flirnr just think ol the promise Ocd has given may we all be prepared to m tt her in heaven Dear brother may you live ho us to mitt titter Rettie on tbe golden street and when Christ calls his children hi me may pu all be there to sing around the throne Dear sister Rettie a few moments ol suffering was given whin G d released her from her pain ard called her home to heaven there to ive nnd ever be erjiying the realities nl eternity Dearest Shirr thou hast left us and thy loss we deeply feel nut tin God who hast berelt us hr alone our sorrows can heal A SISTER c S Tbe resnlt of an overindulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking few doses of Herbine Prices cents J II Williams m a- OASTonXABean the The Kind You Nan Alunrs Bought Slguatuer lPo-r CilClir 0 On account rf General Missionary Conference lit E Church South at New Orleans La April 24 to 30 tickets will be sold at rate ot one fire for the round trip 1800 Tickets on sale Aptil 22 23 and 24 good for return until May 2 S D VANMnrnH Agt o 1 What Printers Ink Will Do Trade can be done on prestige for while but it trait profitable or ad to piesnme on it too much amounts to a great deal if it proptrl tAken advantage of in con junction with advittising Nothing so potent a factor in sncctEklull ad verllMng as to be able io add it tn the iritlge that Mlccesslulbttlllne8ao to rings snys Shoe and Leather Facts The con Is that many old houses when thos1at fie head of them discover that tne former pres rig no longer proves of sufficient drawing poser wisely Inauger te a campaign of advertising1 and thus keep themselves in the front rank There is nothing harder than tore c IIj J t MD M40P BAD COMPLEXION The sVln it the seat of an almost end las vtriety of diseases They are known various T1 all due to the Inethe propr action of the skin v5 a smooth soft skin free from allcruptiunsthebloodmust be kept pure III1t healthy Tile mnny prepamUona orellic and potash and flue number of face powders ant lotions generally UKil In this of licenses cover up for a short time but cannot remove per manently the ugly blotches aujthe disfiguring pimples Erornal vlgllanoe IB the price of a beautlSul oomploxlon when such remedies are relied on Mr IL T Shot iw Lures Arenue St tools wss for un twolcelebrated hull sprlnn but lectlred nobene fit Msnjr medicines were prescribed but with outreaulluntil the time the first bollleassSatahedtheeruptlon- began to disappear A doom lICUmOCcompletely tier skin now seventeen years old and noa signet the cmbamulng dliesie has ever returned S S S is a positive unfailing cure for the worst forms Q troubles It is the of all blood purifiers and the only cine guaranteed purely vegetable Dad blood makes complexions ssspunnes and In1go rates old makes new rich blood that nourishes tbe body and keeps the skin active and healthy and in proper condition to perform part carrying of the impurities from body If leave Eczema Tetter Acne Sal- tRbeumlsorads or roar sk n Is rough amt pimply send for our book on moOd and Skin and write our clans about your case No charge whatever for this service SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA CA gain ground once lost in the math r nf public favor A very reasonable Amount expended for printetss ink in time will often do whit ia ab lute Iy impossible after a lapse ol much tlmse Hopkinsville Era or COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE KY March 4 Mr Tort Jones U at consumptioneMr John D nghterj diet at th home ot his lither at Pincheco ot pneumonia fever Mr BskaitColeman his prcumonl The people ot this neighborhood will meet at the school house lor the purpose ot organizing Sunday School the 3d Sunday Everybody invited Mice Annie Blaitkenshtp ol Union pent Sunday with Miss Lilly Stevens Misses fife Tatar and Bessie Smith Union and Mabel Hunley of Prentta spent 1ebtuary the 28th Miss Orpli Stevens withI Mr and M 8 Carl Taylor Friday with Mrs Taylors n UnionMrs Susie Taylor was tbe guest of Mr toe Hocker last Thursday Mrs De Hocker Prentievisited her titter Mrs i P Coleman Saturday S B P Humors Come to the suiftce In the spring l1l- iIn no other treason Its a pitty they dont run themselves all off that way but in spite nl pimples and other eruptions they mostly remain in tbe system Thats bid Hoods Sanupanlla removes them and cures all tin painml und dlsfiitur ing troubles they c use Nothing else cleanses the system and cleats the complexion like Hoods To Subscribers I The prico of THK Kmumic AN in advance is 1 on time 125 but for tho next thirty days wo will settle arrears for 100 straight This will give everyone an opportunity to call and settle Romomber its only thirty days Tn allav pains subdue inflamma tlcm heal font ulcern the most sativ factory results are obtained by using mlards Snow Liniment Price 25 ted 50 cents J H William m 1 o q tHarbingers of SprifigP t Already tho signs of Spring are upon us and with them como ideas of Spring wear and Spring purchases in Dry Goods Many persons took ad of our ClosingOut Snlo of the pilaf love Joweoks and tho bargains thoy got they will remem theyrwas ill polmy a b reduction sale find a quick trailo was tho result Wo still hUH a few more articles of winter wear left but they nroTiif tho way and wo dont want ithorn Come and Take Them 5 At most any old price just so you remove thorn to rit other quarters for wo need tho room It will pay you big to buy theso articles and stow thorn away II Jfor next winter They will bo just as seasonable and just as comfortable next fall as if they VU1- Ubnuul now Speaking of Spring we want to TO nli11dour custoulerstlnt WO are going to put in our storo th- oBiggest and Finest Line Of Spring nUll Summer Dry Goods ecr seen in buti41 I good Wo intend to not only outdo our competit o1 5 but outdo oursolves in past purchases And- we J are going to give our wholesale mon n little c song nail dance too in regard to ucnshBnd prices so that wo may bo enabled to undersell a largo portion of tho merchants of this section in emost all lines slut wo want to wxy a few wordson + t- f The Subject of Shoes 44 Everybody wears Shoes and everybody when buying wants good Shoes Wo sell more Shoes than any ono line wo handle Wo do not know t C why this is unless people know a good thing when L they see it and simply como back for a reinvest lmont 4slut we endeavor to keop all kinds of Dry Goods to please all kinds of iKioplo and wo try not to tmiss a sale When in need of anything in tho Dry i Goods line call on us told well either sell you tho gforr YOtHS FOR TRADE 6 Ea CoJllnsftJf 0 ee 0 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 i Cigar Dealers Like ito have their regular customers smoke Jf- S Old Virginia Cheroots 2 because they know that once a man Starts smoking them he IS ixcd and that he will have no more trouble = with him trying to satisfy him with different kinds of Five Cent cigars Three hundred million Old Virgins Cterooti tsotal this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 lot 5 eau I 1 1 1 1 I i 1 i 1 1 DO YOU WANT MACHINERY I For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps 1 GUARANTEEDe Hay UaloTids Coilwiro Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Callon Ci 4u I CcHo3ir7 Mf g Mach Go r r1Nr i 1tIeHcnryKyVI t r t maTEr Laces and Embroideries Have received their entire lino of Spring Laces and Em broideries Never boforo was n lino in Hartford that could compare with them in beauty and cheapness Having I bought direct from a big Now York Lace House we aro bet tor prepared than over before to give our customers good values This lino includes the dainty patterns in Valen 1rII ciennes with insertions to match Prices ranging from Ic to 20c per yard Fifty pieces Nainsook Embroidery from 1 inch to 8 inches uwide with insertion to match running from 5cto 35c per yard Twentyfive pieces extra nice quality Swiss Embroider with insertion to match from 1 inch to 5 inches wide ranging inprico from 5c to30c Also a nice line of Linen Laces from 5c to 20c Our stocks of India Linens Nainsooks Dimities Mar snillcs PercMs ite arc all in ready foryour inspection A prettier lino cannot be found Do your Spring tradingcarly before tiLe weather gets warm We have complete lines of all the staple brands of Bleach ed Cottons such as Hope Masonville Fruit of Loom Long Cloth Lonsdale Etc at prices that are sure to interest you i A Dress Goods Bargain A few rays ago we picket p six pieces of what wo call P genuine bargains in allwool Dress Goods Tho width is 50 inches Tho quality is allwool Tho wholesale price was sioO per yardO bought them at a special price and are soiling thorn at SOc per yard Remember takes only three yards of this goods to make you a skirt The New Goods and Cheap Goods are Found only at Hartfords Bargain House I Hartford Republican t- l pct 8 j 41 flInoIacontraRaflroadTImoTablo p New tlra eard UklBH effect Sunday Dee t 4 ltoOcIONo Hound Nonlh Honnil No lit flat S1T a m Xo 111 tIuJlIOL fa J nSiSdMlr ILoriiI freights C KoiMdeT o13dl 2100 pm- I S IL YInu AlIatI n ltV lDilm j S FOR MAGISTRATE WsIutbodIdtoannounc HB Taylor eaadldAte lor Mairiitrate In the Cromwell MaJl t rUlDlstHctsiib cttotae action ottbe Republican patty kWAnt ntborUed td annonnee- CJeo w HAn As candidate for 1lrtla the Cromwell 1 101 tlrI1 Dwtrlet subject to tbe action of the Republican party b Judge L P Little Owensbqro jsjn t town A1ot ot Iron Bedsteads at Car aonc43MrWVTl HeBorpoIntPleaant i A Ia q lte lick 4 A t lnkmachl eorsit i1ie Singer nllte 4 J New Shoes for men and ladies at CarsoniCosVt1 j J I Tnt Is flout you want go to John R Phlpps and get it r 55S Iyou want hardware the place to iISfinditJs at John R Phlpps f rft rohu J lolcUenryLo lsvllle f was In town first of the week Mrs Cbas H Stnrgeon b srecov I ered from an attack of measles FoS SAiS A Solcre farm 3 miles rxlow tfirtfordl Afrply aj thl pfcO S Do you crjow that Gross Williams will seilytiti a Sewing Machine from j 500 Up TIi19C tilt atl CsonCos i r d t ddt ri o S and In great demand by the noblest of all monarchs S6ff American Citizen The garments of FRED KAUFFMANN the V American Tailor Chicago are built to give LA satisfaction and they do It 1i n nLLlmI11 YI N U loeil rtprmatttlTC CaUaa4 lent your mcuart ItL rloblIenry Cars t ol the firm of Carson Co1 is in he Hast purchas- Ing his spring stock Mr J B Vickers who has been very sick with the grip for several weeks slowly Improving I Prom now until March lit we will t sell Calicoes at 4 cents for cash only CARSON Co Mrs Sam TrBarnett ol near town leftWednesday for Hopkins county There she goes to visit her mother t Remember we ofler some special bargains in Woolen Hose and Underwear from now until March rat- CARSONit Co I Ma John Daughterty of Cromwell died last Sunday The cause ot his ldeath was a compltation of diseases r among which pueamonia played a great part LOOK LOOKI For the next ten dayI will sell secondhand sewing machines from Js UP Cash GROSS WILLIAMS Agent stop at the Commercial Hotel Hart lordf Ky The best of fare Rates reasonable Your patronage solicited A J WILLIAMS Prop Agents wanted at once in each tqwii to handle Scotts Inhaler Bett seller out Big profits Ad lrespC box 31 Centertown Ky Ifonwant to go to reboot cheap we can Hart you in by selling you a ICh tnsblp In the West Kentucky Seminary at discount Write us or call at our office InijDr Colemans article ol last wepHon Woman Preaching a typo graphics error was made when he relereed to zd Conintbians it should havejjbejfn 1st Corrlnthians Mrs Scudder Everly Point Pleas ant tIed yesterday of biiehts disease she was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel James Her remains will be laid to rest to day We could Ilelt t location of the burial All persons having claims against I Blankepsblps estate will file aluVewIthme at Beaver Dam Ky on or before My i 1991 and have them properly prov n I 3jl8 W B CHINK Admr j RIGHT UP TO DITE- dHioni Plaster It Fibs Mtitir beatIngquickness of action tad tUoroughnees of cure has no records to beat xcept Its own alwaysthesticks to the skin but neitir sticks In its track It marches on curedbutdoes it COughs colds lumbago asthma complalntaland heatNeither withDensone usefordrugglslaprofessional piTeous hue called Bensons Planters one of the few I home remedl that can be trusted fittvflve highest awaiVlt have been mad to It In competition with the beat known plasters of Europe and America Better proof of Its merits Is InooncelTabU Be genuinePorsale or We will prepay postage on any number ordered In the United Stateajon receipt of S5c each g Chemists NY Mr G E Matlock Nashville Tenn is Attending court Mrs S T Brown Centertown is visiting her daughter Mrs Pon Rog eraMr John Bell Point Pleasant is quite sick but is thought to be some better John R Phlpps has everything kept in a firstclass hardware store Give hint a call Mr P M White Ceralvo is dan gerously ill of pneumonia and not ex pccted to recover Miss Nell Austin Beaver Dam Is with Carson Co again We are glad to have Miss Nell with us Capt Oscar Bishop who has been in the Philippines for the past two years has notified relatives that he will be at home by the first ofJune Last Monday morning Mr and Mrs Fon Rogers were greetedwlth the presence of a new hostess Her name is Miss Nora ERa Rogers and will make her abode permanently with them In the future Esq W I Rowe has a very painful sore toe About forty years ago he sustained some icjuries which have renewed their annoyances at different times We learn with regret that he Is unable to erjoy his usual activities on the farm on account oUbis old trouble Mr Geo W Martin of the Select precinct announces his candidacy for the office ot Justice ot the Peace in the Cromwell Magisterial District subject to the will of the Republican party Mr Martin is a good substantial cit izen and an earnest worker in the par ty ranks and if nominated would fill the office to the very best of his ability Mr Stephen R Williams Ceralvo died jcstcrday morning about I oclock ol pneumonia Ills remains will be interred at Waltons Creek cemetery at I oclock this forenoon He was a highly respected Christian gentleman loved and respected by all Ills death Is quite a loss not only to the family but also the community of which be was a member Mrs Wm Austin Beaver Dam died Sunday at her residence ol com plication of diseases She was one of Beaver Dams oldest and most highly respected citizens She leaves a de voted companion and one daughter Mrs K V Williams to mourn her eternal absence Her remains were Interred in the Beaver Dam cemetery alter funeral services by Dr J S Coleman and Rev Petrie Mr S R Dent of Leltcbfield Ky Agent for the Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky is here in the interett oi his Company Mr Dent Is representing an excellent company and has a large business In this community Mr Dents compa ny pays an annual dividend Persons who Insure with Mr Dent dont have to wait ten fifteen or twenty I yearn on their Investment The in surance gets larger every year or the premium less Every banker and financier In Hartford carries life incur ance with Mr Dent- Response of Inquiry EDITOR REPUBLICAN I see an ar tide In last weeks issue of Tua Ra PUBLICAN written by Rev J S Cole man in regard to womans preaching in which he makes a worldwide challenge to any preacher of any reputable denomination Now as a preliminary to an acceptance of the challenge the writer desires to know ret what denominations the brother considers reputable 2d who shall be umpire to decide whether the person accepting said challenge shall be entitled to a respectful atten tion in affirming Womans Divine Rights in the presence of said Cole man before a Hartford or Beaver Dam audience and also by the term mixed audiencedoes he mean an audience composed of men women I and children Now I have never been a very strong advocate of Vom- ansHeadache e Is often a warning that the liver Is torpid or Inactive More serious troubles may follow For a prompt efficient cure of Headache and a liver troubler to- kollGOliS PillsWhile they rouJKC jobe liver reitore full regular action tf the bowels they do not gripe or pain do not Irritate or Inflame the Internal organs but have a positive tonic effect 25C at all druggists or by mall of C I IIooJ Co Lowell Mass S j5 Rights in governmental aflalrs no womans lawlessness but Ifs womai can save e soul or ten thousand soul by precept or example and if bJ preaching more good can be accom pUshed along this line I think he Divine Rights are fully sanctioned bJ Divine authority Moreover I thlnl it will be more tolerable in the great day fortheSodom and Gomorah that for that city or that who resists cud teachings unduly The brother will confer a favor bj answering the questions proponndet above in the next issue ol this paper Respectfully submitted this Marc 4 1901 BY SQUINT Marriages Ztlt5 Chas Baker Narrows toJMl Mandie Bewley Narrows Date u marriage Feb aS Mr Edward Raymond Cromwell to Miss Mary Ellen Austin Cromwell Date ol marriage March 3 Mr R F Armendt Narrows tc Miss Myrtle Jones Jones Date 0 marriage March 3 Mr MG Greer Megan to Mist Bessie Kirk Magan Date of marriage March 3 Mr W D McHenry to Miss Ion M Coleman Centertown Date o marriage March 6 Yesterday evening while horsebac riding in company with Miss Annie Collins Miss Wllla Hocker wa thrown and in tbe fan sustained very painful bruises The horse ws frightened by a dog and ran for som distance at full speed turning a corner abruptly the girl fell from thc saddle her loot hanging In the stirrup The wounds were about the head and lace r Court Notes Circuit Court convened Monday with Hon W T Owen on the bench and Hons J E Rowe and M L Heavrin representing the Common wealth Tbe following gentlemen were empanneled to look alter the evil doers and from what we learn they are doing quite a business L B Tichenor Hubbard Shultz C G Taylor B C Hudson L WTich enor A A Taylor Birch Shields L Worth Tichenor H B Bennett A C Stevens Gus St Clair and J P Austin Foreman Those composing the petit jury who meet out justice to the erring classes are all good men who will give the parties arraigned in court their just dues D B BrUtow Jacob Bennett Jno H Loyd J W Cook Frank Black- S T Leach M J Reid las Wilson f4B Loney F F Crowder A T Black Hardin Minton J W Parks Nelson Cole Joe L Park Joe Foster Geo B Brown J W Thomas Seth Riley S J Weller W H Rhoads T L Anderson W B Tichenor C K Reneer In the case ol the omtb vi Hugh Baugh for bouse breaking the jury gave him one year in tbe penitentiary- All other case on docket to those of Comth vs R T Taylor continued or flied away with leave to re instate In tbe rase of the Comth vs R T Taylor Ion illicit sale of liquor the jury fined him ffOO A second case tbat went to the jury resulted in a hung jury- 16x20 Fine Portrait 198 If you need any first class artist work send Cbas Sturgeon Hartford Ky a tintype or photograph and 1 98 und he will make and send you a fine 16x20 lifesize Crayon portrait Satisfaction guaranteed 33tf G A R Notice At our last regular meeting of the Preston Morton Post No 4 It was de cided to give notice to neighborhoods that we would have Decoration Ser vices on May 30 1911 Those who neighborhood our Post by April the Let LOUIS GCKTHER Q M Tile Maiden and Wisdom A beautiful maiden who had many admirers besought Cupid to direct her choice The God of love touched by her beauty caused her to prefer the most worthy of her lovers But when it occurred to her that after all her choice might be unwise she begged wisdom to give hera discernment so keen that she might detect the smallest human imperfection Is it your desire to wed asked WisdomSuch is every maidens wish she replied Then you know not what you ask Such discernment is angelic and in heaven there is neither marrying nor giving in marriage1 said Wisdom And is notpne perfect manl cried the maiden Yes one for every perfect woman Wisdom replied The maiden hung her head and was glad that Love is blind We like to divine others but would trot be divined ourselves Twice Proven from the Vindicator luthtttordton K CJ The editor ol the Vindicator has had the occasion to test the efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rheumatism In the shoulder from which he cutler ed excruciating pain for ten days which was relieved with two applies tions of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and entire relief In a very short time Second in rheumatiatn la joint almost prostrating fafwSHth severe pain which was relieved by two applications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Democracys Champion for the Political Guillotine are Named Democrats Populist C and Gold Man I As last Monday was the first of the I month Circuit Court and Democratic Mass Convention quite a crowd of visitors were In town Soon after I I oclock the convention was called to order in the court house yard where a large crowd of Democrats and Repub licans had gathered and after a little preliminary work Mr John B WIN eon was made chairman a committee platlormIand in its absence J E Rowe was called for responding in his usual way Alter the committee had agreed that the platform would do to make TaylorImounted the rostrum and read as Sol t lows The Democrats of Ohio county in mass convention assembled do now I renew their allegiance to the princU I pIes of the Democratic party as set forth in the last national platform of their party and they do now reaffirm the declarations embodied in their I partys platform adopted at Chicago last year and with undiminished con I fidence in these principles as the basis organization it is by this conven tion resolve- dFirstWe approve the action oi the County Committee in the call of this convention and to the nominees of thiff convention each of us does pledge his earnest and hearty support Second We endorse the wise con servatism that have characterized the present State administration of Governor Beckham and those with him who are charged with the administration of the States all ilrs ThirdWe especially rietlre to call the attention of the people ol the county to the countys affairs under Democratic county officials for the past three years When this Demo cratic administration came into office they found the county more than fJo 000 In debt and a large part of this debt was bearing Interest at the rate of 10 per cent perannum This debt has been by the action of the Demo cratic officers reduced by more than 10000 and refunded into the form of obligations payable at the option of the county and bearing only 4 per cent interest thus saving to the tax payers the large yearly interest charge as well as securing to them the limi tations and certainty of the amount of their debt as set forth in the obliga tions Taxes have been reduced and extravagance has given place to econ omy in every department of the coun tys government Fourth We pledge to the people ot this county a continuance of the careful economical and business like administration ofthe countys busi ness if It shall be entrusted to Demo cratic officials and when all the offi cell of the county are in Democratic hands that the same careful attention to the needs of the people will be glv en to those now filled by Democrats Pith That we favor the calling of a State Convention to mett between the November election and the meet- Ing of the General Assembly to nomi nate a candidate lor the United States Senate Such nomination to be bind ing on the members ol the General Assembly and upon this convention Sixth Older of business Nomi nating speeches shall be limited to five minutes Nominations shall be made In the following order County Judge County Court Clerk Sheriff County Attorney Superintendent of Schools Representative Jailer Asses sor Surveyor and Coroner His reading was frequently punctuated with applaude but when be came to the clause endorsing Beck hams administration that 100000 of blood money and that 100000 for the standing army to guard office criminals and the pardoning ot Ed Alvey the notorious Louisville gamb ler Slusher and Miles a deathlike si lence And a look disapproval reigned throughout the crowd Not one word of manifestation of approval could be heard anywhere However when the bosses called for the adoption of the loosely constructed declaration an affirmative vote was given and it became part of Democratic history which Tim REPUBLICAN will air at the opportune time When the chair announced that he wouldentertain motions for candidates it became a visible fact that the clique had its men slated and they were run through on short notice un dllt came to Jailer when they made a pretense at giving others a show The ticket selected for the political guillotine which drops November 5- Is here given For County JudgeJ P Miller For County Court Clerk T J SmithFor Sheriff Thos B Butler For County AttorneyR E Lee Slmmerman For School SuperlntendentL W Godsey For Representative M J Cox For Jailer Frank Wade For Assessor Jas C Bennett For Surveyor Jas L Brown For CoronerEdward L Boswell F BEAVER DAM KY Mar 4 I notice in your paper an article from a divine condemning woman for preacblngI If Mrs Wooaley Is correct why she U preaching I think she was surely l called to preach if there was ever any calltd to preach II the Lord called her to preach who can say no The Doctor referred you to lit Cor 14 ch 34 Pauls letter to the Cor rinthlans saying it was a shame for women to speak in public The Cor rinthlnns at that time were trying to live under Rabbinical law that theGre clans were living under and practicing The Corrinthlan youll see were contentious about some oi their rules which youll see by reading the nth ch 45 1St Cor They thought that the woman should be veiled If they prayed or preached some of them thought that it would be best for the women at Corrinth to do like the woo men of Greece for fear it would create more strife in the churches I think it more than folly to think that we should follow the Grecians or Corinthians in this enlightened day Look at the good Mrs Woosley ac comsllsbed at Halt ford and Beaver Dam I say if women can do so much good we bad better start out more to preach the Gospel of God We cant do much good for the Savior Let the good work go on- Yours respectfully Gao F MITCHELL d Have you a cough A dose of Ballards Horehound Syrup will relieve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents J H Williams m r Notice There will be a mass meeting of the citizens of Hartford held at the court house Friday evening March 8th 1901 for the purpose of considering the building of an addition to the college All citizens and patrons interested in our school are requested to be present Reepectfully- I S GLENN Chmn- D M HOCKFR Secy Board of trustees of Hartford Cole lege S You should not feel tired all the time healthy people dontyou wont if you take Hoods Sarsaparllla for a while Slew Arc Tour Sidneys f- OrI Iiobbs5partus Piflienre ill kidney Ills San Die Add SWrUDg tt me liCaCblcwoorNT SMALLIIOUSE KY Mr Jesse Hill and Miss Ollie Mad dox were married February the 24tb at Evansville and returned home Tuesday they were accompanied by Miss Oma Maddox the brides slater and Mr Louis Fullterson The boys of the neighborhood treated them to a nice seranade and a big charivari Tuesday night Born to the wife of Mr Joe Bull ock February the 28th a girl The farmers are busy making plant beds breaking ground and towing oatsMr James Drake who has been quite ill for sometime is able tovbe up most of the time but has to go on crutches Mre Jennie Balls is still quite sick Mrs Clark Iglehart is also quite sick at this writing Mrs Tina Lee Withrow Central City is visiting relatives here Mrs Fannie Bullock wife of James Bullock deceased has moved to Cen tettown Dr A C Drake Central City is in our midst making teeth Miss Oma Maddox who is attend ing school at Beaver Dam is visiting her parents this week Messrs Wayne and Lee Overhuls have a new guitar and violin and MrI Owen Hunter a new accordeon Miss Lela Hunter spent the day Wednesday with her cousin Luc Nichols who is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs G W Barnard I I 5 elp Nature I Babies and children need proper food rarely ever medi cine If they do not thrive on their food something is wrong They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working properly s ii2s0ipit LIVER OIL l I WITNYPOPHOSPlITES0LIME550MJwill I I difficultycII you will put from on fourth to half a teaspoonftu i in babys bottle three or fou I times a day you will soon sec a marked improvement For t larger children from half to a teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk if you so desire will very j soon show its great nourish f ing power If the mothers I milk does not nourish the 1 I baby she needs the emul j sio li will show an effect at once both upon mother and child I I ctlIdruIPttSCOTT DOWNE ChtmUu Ncw T- ackSItdIIIHftl S I L S II I I III I II H I 11 III W4H444 REASONS FOR PARDONING ALVEY I iThis is the most barefaced and inexcusable case of judicial and political persecution that ever came before my notice By- a bold and shameful conspiracy this man has been selected as I the helpless victim wbile others equally as guilty or more so who seem to bask in the sunshine of official favor are allowed Iabsolute immunity from prosecution in the Jefferson Criminal f i r Ihonest0 Ifso then they would have met with the hearty cooperation J Iof the chief executive in their efforts and I stand ready now A whenever and wherever it may be in my power to aid tbe offi i flawsIInreceived certainly do not show if Why is it that indict l ihne have not been returned against the most notorious in the city And why is it tbat indictments against theyeJ man and one Miles Is Alvey made the particular vengeance because he had become a dangerous rival in the business toIsome others e i Gambling Jg a crime punishable by severe penalties under a our statutes and it ought to be stamped out if possible by a rigid and impartial enforcement of the law I would gladly see the city of Louisville freed from this vice but if it is allow prmcpleaVJ This warfare teems to have been inspired not by an inten tion to suppress gambling but by a desire to destroy competi tion in that business The papers before me show beyonda doubt tbat this man was convicted upon evidence secured by f one of the most infamous bargains ever tolerated in any court f One of the employed prosecutor who has been conspicuous T Iin his prolessedadvocacy of honest election t and baa been A Peter the Hermit in this oneeyed crusade against the gambling 9 i vice negotiated the deal claimed to act with the sanction and 9 approval of the court 9 By this agreement which by the proceedings in court yes t 8ledit 9 9 9 fIwriting of the Prosecuting Attorney before Deferred to affida J vita which be prepared for these men to sign after the agreement 4 was made I copy the first paragraph A Iganand accord without solicitation of any one He says he has A been promised no reward of immunity from punishment trial J under the indictment him in the Jefferson cult JIfJbethin or perjury is worse and it is startling tbat such methods should be resorted to for the conviction of anyone I therefore asji rebuke to the character of such protect f tion and not as a condonation to the offense of gambling grant this pardon to Alvey upon the ami ranee from that be will not f again violate the law J 0 W BECKHAM Governor r flttHUtIftU t I + tHiR t tit+ i it4Li4 4 t II t I t t IIA Gentle Wind- of Western Birth Tetts no Fcaeettr story to hartunily Than the Announcement That the hetlthgiver and htMhbringer Hoofs SarsapArdU tells of the birth ofoIn era of good health It is the one reliable specific for the cure of ill blood storruch and liver troubles JURY TRIALS Ihio Circuit Court March Term 1901 UOXDIT Mints ilTiM hay BSw POrarM yHV Cunup- SeldtSalTrammeliieetyvI a ItH II- tIIO C Roberts yeJl B Thompson IGill W II Clan TITajlor COM Co TrCIDAT MiRCH Urujru DT- 00W F LongsVin Iloit Jr A- c064Iltnry Duukort yeN n sltdge 4 C- oIotail N rattenon yeEllis J Taylor 0741 D DeW ye11 II Baiharn- WiDsrnDir MIBCU IITODTBIT 083E I1 Cooper Tmiii Baldwin S Co 031Jno n Foster ysCE Baxly STW C Jibhej1 C Westsrnrtd IusMN Oeo Miller vsU J DanlflT- HCRHIUT MARCH UTH IOTB PAT OOiflonford R Drown ypI C R R Co 000Lndndo Hamilton TSNathanM WeddlDR A rich lady cured of her deafuses md noises in the head by Dr Nichol cons Artificial Ear Drums gave ro Ko to his Institute so tbat deaf peon pIe unable to procure the HI Drums nay have them free Address No 1483 The Nicholson Institute 780 Jlghth Avenue New York Notice I as Administrator of the estate of ijulntus S Taylor deceased will on Friday the 22nd day of March 1901 near Paradise Ky at the recidense of Silas Taylor ofler lor sale at public nt cry to the highest and best bid ier on a credit of six months the following personal property belonging o the estate of Qnlntus S Taylor de eased viz r One horse six or seven years old About seventyfive bushels of corn A lot of household and kitchen urniture The purchaser will be required to rxecnte bond with approved security or the purchase price This March 2 1901 VOINEY TAYLOR Administrator You can be cheerful and happy inly when you are well If yon feel out of sorts take Hetbine it will race you up Price 50 cents J H Vllllams m C To Cure Constipation Forever Take Cascatetg Csndr Cathartic IOu orZJa rt C C O tall to cure Urugglstt refund moneT We can statt a yonng man or lady n the Southern Normal College at fowling Green mighty cheap Call Lad get our scholarship and go to chool J ICOALWe aim to keep out a good at the old Elijah Miller J bank Will also deliver coal on short notice Horsefeed provisions and merchandise taken in exchange also a farm good wagon a horse and disc harrow very cheap PostofEce Hart ford E M MILLER Ie SEEDSr itd flooiMstCiProduce PaylncCropJ and rfre the snot satisfactory result Our 5tocks are the best and we carry the largest assortment of Seeds M tM Ctntttl West Vr Uble FlitS Greg Flower nod Lawn ama Seeds t Seed Potatoes Onion Sets Seed drain and ill the best Forajre crops at moderate prices Our New Calaloguo Is a Dandy Its filled with Information need about descriptions sowing and cnlUrst It contains saleable articles each written by authorities on each subject on Cow Peas Market Oar Crop Fenllliers run gui Diseases Rte Well mall It FREE provided you mention this Pape- rWOODSTUBBSCO SEEDSMEN LOUISVIUK Kv IJNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special Attention frirrn to collectIon nailacabstracts Ac alto Notary Public for Ohio rosa tf Ofllcenorth side public square i I ATTENTION I Remember that horses will have the best attention at ray stable Good Riggs and Buggies at all hours 1 have tbe best wheat grower In the world the Guana Bear Fertilizer earneat1yaohcltedI John GKeown HAHTFORD IRough River MCOlrOIATID Telephons Company Talk being cheap andnecessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own- phonesand build own lines talking distance with I the whole county and business generallybyonly paying Roughmver expenseifI Hartford I Ky for particular- siI connect with ill Independent Companies TboKlnd You Have Always fought and whIch lens been in uso for over 3 years has borne the slgnatnro of 7 and has been nmdo under Ills per sonal supervision since Its inthncy I Allow no ono todeceive you In tills All Counterfeits Initiations and Just asgood are but Experiments that irlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Joothlnp Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither C plum Morphine nor other Narcotic diibstance Its age is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Fool regulates the Stomach anti Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Paaacca Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Tao eCMTAUft eeaeaa + TT aaaNT trT new VOHK CRT IYJL t WI SAVE CIA D TIN f 1Jf YOUR TAGS Star tin tags lowing small stars printed on under side of tag Horse Shoe J TH Good Luck Cross Bow and itt 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Importance to t yonr training nt the whool that stand In the very front rank She Sryan 8r tratton Susiness College ro Cvrrc tz rCCIrr stillvenrterlemwtteacherseach one n tperlallut In hie line Orad JIOOIIIIJtaINt IntcH nf thle cbuol nre preferred Ly liUMlDHte bonnee Write lor a willbepmailedfreegNIIORTUANIeo 00 ono css i nun ag New Smith Premiers Nos 5E 6 The No6 takes paper 18i Inches wide and writes lines 16 Inches long The No S takes pant 11 inches wide end wrltee Ilnee QI Inehee lone These machines in essential mechanical principles the same as Models Nos 2 3 md 4unIequaled Write for Printed Mitr Free StnitbJ emier tSwe1nriter CO 412 Waluut Stroo Six Of aS ani N Wtebtrlll OoUarlluburI lltfttiUi ibiio hmmrrleu M TUBES Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 8 STEPHEN THEO BADIN Anecdotes of a Pioneer Priest of Kentucky Rev Father Stephen Theordore Badln one of tbe first Catholic mis sionaries to Kentucky Is still remembered by the oldest citizens of Nelson county says the Bardstown Standard Father Badln came to this State about 1793 Many amusing anecdotes are related of him during his mission In KentuckyIt Father Badln did much for culinary reform in Kentucky In his day On one occasion be stopped at a farmers house and asked 11 be could be accommodated with supper and lodging for the night His re quest was granted At supper a half cooked plate ot biscuit was placed on the table before him Taking up one of the biscuits and seeing that it was not sufficiently cooked he begged the good lady to put them again in the oven She did as requested but on returning them to the table tbe priest again expressed his wish that they be further baked This much to the an noyance ol the lady was repeated third time On placing them on last before him cooked to suit his taste she exclaimed In an angry tone There sir I hope yon are satisfied at last Your wile must havea happy time of it At another time a little beore noon the Reverend Father stopped at the house of a member ol one of his congregations and requested a plate of scup for dinner But Father Badln exclaimed his hostess this is Friday and soups cannot be made without meat Oh I have a substi tute for meat exclaimed the priest extracting from his pocket a small round pebble and thrusting it into the hands oi tbe astonished woman Just put that in the pot he ex claimed and add to It a halfgallon oi water one quart milk a quarter pound bntter the half bead ofa cabbage six good sized potatoes a turn ip a spoonful of salt And half a pod of pepper The pebble will furnish all the other necessary ingredients It is needless to add that he got the soupOn one of his visits to Fort Wayne Ind Father Badln Induced a friend oi his of tbe city named to accompany him on a visit to an Indian encampment south of Lake Michigan Ar riving at their destination they found that the men of tbe tribe were out hunting They soon returned and brought with them as many pigeons as they could well carry A large kettle was placed over the fire and in to it the birds were thrown feathers viscera and all When portions of the mess were set before the visiting strange Father Badln began to eat with apparent Indifference Not so with his companion Ob serving his hesitation Father Badln said to him Do not irritate and in suit tbe red men we might suffer from it Strip the leathers from the legs and you will find them eatable The friend took the priests advice and managed to escape censure for breach of savage etiqutte Soon after returning to Kentucky he was called upon to officiate at a mass of requiem for an aged member of his congregation at Sl Thomas To this was added the request that the missionary should recount on the occasion and in toe hearing the vir tues which had distinguished the deceased while living Father Badin conceived the idea that the motive which had actuated the relatives of the dead man to have him pronounce tbe eulogy was family pride and that it was his duty to rebuke them for its exhibition On the day nppotnteri lor tbe services the church of St Thomas was crowded When the mass was finished the priest turned to Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor r 01and cheerfulness soon I 1 when the kid neys are out of order or diseased 1Kidney trouble has so prevalent J that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born s tttJafflicted with weak kid J neys I fine child urln ales too often If the urine the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bed wettin depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose mlB1erableSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty fTr I cent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell none of Swunpitoot lag all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer it Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper address the assembled people who ex pected to hear a pleasing tribute to the memory cl the dead one from one who had known him from his youth Immagine the surpass of all and the mortification of many at hearidg him begin And so my friends old B kyDk isdead He had not much sense to be sure but we are not to forget that he had all that God gave him The above are only a few of the in teresting anecdotes of the worthy priest who In many respects was a remarkable man Father Badln died in 1823 at the advanced age of eighty five yearsEx v Twice Proven From the Vindicator Rntherfordtbn N 0 The editor oi the Vindicator has bad tbe occasion to test tbe efficacy oi Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rheumatism in tbe shoulder from which he auger ed excruciating pain for ten days which was relieved with two applica I lions of Pain Balm rubbing tbe parts filleted and realizing Instant benefit and entire relief In a very short time Second in rheumatism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two ap plications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m 1 CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature ST of tta Tj J4U44 r How Toil Conquered Pride John Adams the second President oi the United States used to relate the following anecdote When i was a boyI used to study Latin grammar but it was so dull and I hated it My lather was ant ions to send me to college and there lore I studied the grammar till I could stand it no longer and going to my father I told Mm that I did not like to study and asked for tome other employmentMy said Well John if Latin grammar dos not suit you try ditchingperhaps that wilt My meadow yonder needs a ditch and you may put up Latin and try that1 This seemed a delightful change and to the meadow I went But soon I found ditching harder than Latin and the first forenoon was the longest I ever experienced The day 1 ate the bread of labor and glad was I when i night came on That night I made some comparison between Latin grammar and ditching but said not a word about it I dug next forenoon and wanted to run to Latin at dinner but it was humiliating and I could not do it At night toll conquered pride and through it was one of the severest trials I ever had in my life I told goII He was glad of it and if I have since gained any distinction it has been owing to the days labor in that ditch Christian Standard Grippeiner says i worst cough cold chills and grippe and have taken lots of trath of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grippe have all left me I congratulate the man uftctnres of an honest medicine For sate by Z Waynt Griffin Bro m In Memory of Little Lizzie Duke A danghcr lored and a cuter dear lies just been railed from earth no dreary Keen called to that weet laud of flower Keen called bjr that tweet senor of our Bo bored wan thla little girl ao imall Ily parent teacher Mend and all That come perhapn would almost say That Jesus shouldnt here called her away lint parent brother and schoolmates dear sweet Je u knows not how to err Some cause for calling her He had Ierbapa to make the angel glad- lerhnpstolnueeeomeenlagboy To taro from sin and life enjoy Perhaps to coon some Schoolmate dear To turn to Christ whos ever near Sometimes It seems It cannot be That ber sweet fan no more 111 see lint we may say Thy wilt be done Though It takes from us thin precious one Dear parents for her yon should not grievei For to benrn shes has Roueyou must bellere Bo when you see her little toys J net think of all her heavenly joys And when you think of her sweet smile And fancy you beer your precious child Console yourself by saying this Shes now In bearn where all U bliss Remember Cbrlst bath said to tbee That ber our treasure jrour heart shall boi Obi bore yon not a treasure In heaven Then Isnt your heart to Jon riven Now all who loved little Unl dear Try to lore nth other b- And try each day your Christ to love That you may have n home above We known not wheh shell come our tine For flowers an plncied on every clime Some first beginning to decay lint this dtarflnwerlniweet childhoods day Com ber teacher O A SI XXAtIan thekeKlnJ You Have Hlwars Boca Signature d r of f PLANTED BY QUANTRELL A Willow Tree That Has an Ex traordinary History I Growing on aTfarm in1 the Mnriays Run neighborhood is a willow tree that hoe an extraordinary history The tree is an immense specimen and in the summer Its luxuriant groundII bubbles forth a spring of the coldest and purest water This spring is never failing and during the dryestI and hottest seasons of the year Its volume is not in the least diminishedI but at such times when water every I where is scarce it supplies a large portion of the thickly populated locatedIdates from the hottest period of the Civil War During the spring of 1863 the famous Quantrell and a portion of his daring guerrilla band invaded Bards town which at the time was occupied by a detachment of Federal troops A sharp fight ensued between the sol diers and the guerrilla during which two uf the latter were kited and several of the others wounded among them the notorious Bill Magruder who after the war hanged in Louis ville He was reputed to be one of the bloodiest monsters engaged in guerrilla warfare and the cold blooded murders charged to him are beyond enumeration j I Seeing that capture was inevitable it they did not seek safety in fljth1 guerrillas put sputa to their fl ttItht and fad out the Louisville They were pursued for a short I j distance by the soldiers who soon saw the chase would avail them nothing and return to town The guerrillas continued their j course until they reached the spring on the farm spoken of above Here they dismounted to secure water and I dress the wounds of their unfoitnnale comrades Qnantrell had in his possession a lengthy willow switch which he had been using as a riding whip With no thought of his action be stuck the switch in the moist ground anti rode away and left it Tile willow branch took root and began to grow nn sometime afterward when Qa mire chanced again to come that way he noticed the growing bush and re membered the circumstances of its be I lug The incident so impressed him that he called the attention of hs comrades to the willow and told them j how it came to be there Frank James was with Quantrell on this lastIoccasion and in 1883 when the er visited in Nelson county he rel lated the story of the tree and made a visit to the spot and secured shoot of the willow then a large tree for the purpose of taking It home with him to plant so as to have a living memento of his dead commander Later Mrs Qnantrell came to the county and obtained branch of the tree which she designed to propagate near the grave of her son when his remaines were removed from a Louis ville cemetery and re interred in the family burying plot in Ohio Thesese circumstances gave a wide currency to the story connected with the tree and rendered it an object of great Interest Curiosity hunters I have visited it In lerge numbers car rying away with them innumerable shoots and flakes of bark from the historic old tree which after its thir tyfive yeas growth Is a mammoth u fits kind Good Cough Medicine for Chrildrcn I have no hesitancy In recom lending Chamberlains Cough Re- mdr says R P Morgan a welli oown and popular baker of Prters urg Vl We have given it to our children when troubled with bad troughs also whooping coughand It has always given perfect satisfocj Ion It was 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RoastedCoffee for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes further besides beingIbetter flavored more satis Lying You will nd a lIst of wefnlartl des la each package of AtbacUo Coffee A definite put of one of these articles hrcnmra your when you boy the coffee Tbe one yon soled from the list will be seat yea on condition that yon tend Jo oar Notion Department a certain number of tifin tat cut from the wappea ARBUCKIX Baas Notion Dept New York CUy NY Cdnrat Tear Howtit with Cutarata Candy Cathartic cure con tlon forever II CUUplIdNRglsuntugd- mossyHEAD ACHE Moth tar wife and myeIfhawa nfag CAItLfS sad the are tai bee- medicine we have ever bad la he hauss week mr wife wu Innllo with neaoata fo- twodayaabetrltdeomeot TOurCASCAUKTS lad they relieved the pale fa her head almaImmediately We both recommtnd Caacanu OIIAB STinroiiD FllUburf Sato A Deposit Oa PllUborfc pa CANDY CATHARTIC THAOI Mass MXIMIO PlMunt Palatable s Oond Do 1J owl er Blckco woo rips KB JW too oo CURE 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