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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l 1 TirE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Wok aSpeciAltyOFFICIdL ORCiS OF THE PAIn IK TIE WftH CONGRESSIONAL OI5IMT Subscription 1 a year VOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 151901 4o34 4 Mine teem AUXINS + atse u caUIe tot anxiety when a hangs oil for a and cant be aha tnolT The qulelteM way to relieve thatanfety is td beEin at once the rue of Dr Iiereea Golden Mtdlca1 Diacov pry It U a cough remedy but It U also a treat deal more In far advanced hemorrhageshateemaciation and weakness Golden Jled perfectIfluid blood It cleanses the blood from ties and sends a current of rich placeskuThe a temperance medicine nonalcoholic and non narcotic For on wtt a coujh nrl ZU1awrites Mr llremel Oxtowa AitcontinnedlacouglKtartnftb summer iriy wife bcamenalous tad wrote to- Dr R v rieree fret tnedlcal adtlce It seemed to M that we could not go la a better source fur advieean41i1 at the olden Metal tn recommeadra pweed JIM the medicine to effect s cur Or l9em sad Mi medicine art AI rood u what athe fitment used to ssy clad taste in the mouth is removed by toeing lr Tierces rieatant 1clIeU lPmrDIr SJ1t l na M L HEAVRIN Attorney at hawHARTFORD KY Will prolMloa In all the courts of Oslo aad adjolnl1 countle Court otAppeali BpKlal attention given to collection ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW UIIENKY KY Will prartlw hi prolwlon la all th Mart of abd Ciiart of s11 lrumptud oentrustedtohla O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW HAitrrnHii KY Will practice hie In all tll enirUo OUo and dJolot rou tlenndCoortol Appeal tctlftlIl DUoa to Ml bu lBMEtnuwd to llesrs alnltbAttZaualre1courthouseF ATTORNEY AT LAW IIArVrrOKtl KY Will prsttlm la tta eonrl of Ohio touly DDd rromptatUntlOB tTn to aU 6IirrotrItd to bU an OHc la lleral kuUdlaR 41 jTEf DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HUrrFBD Lr win practice his protewlon la Ohio end adjoin a cootW II l attention tlfea to wsntmtedloldral 8PBOBY- ATTOJWEY AT LA W- reHnSVIMV KENTUCKY Will hi protnulnn tar an tb courts ot Ohio edadjolhtbenaatle ndCuurtotAppeal- Bpwtal attention ftm to colltttlou JOHN P MORTON M ATTORNEY AT LAW lcTreR lnRpJui Attention III n to nil buliuM cntnn rdlokUenro pmo tneoqitboni t TAILOR jLTtORXEy JLT LAW HARTFORD KY J r bit la all tbt teirts 01 4 Ohio and sdfolotngcountiesosdlba ofAppwlI special attention glTCO to sM tnmenta I n baakrapUy Orx jARNiTT ATTO tNEY ATLAwRA- RTFORDJ KY Will his protrusion IB llttn toorts 0 Ohio and adjoining ABpwliaatUaUo o r will hi rtrn to all bu loM minuted to tar OollMtloai tp xlaitr EPNEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY bU In all the courts o glnntocollectionfcriminal practice Offlc o J8R WEDDINGk ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW HARTFORD KY WIlilKutlcehU proto In ell tb eonrt 0 Ohio and adjoining conntlM and the Court ol A- peals Prompt attention pUcn to all budv- entrusted a to him Offlo U lUroucAii bnlldln I Ri WEDDING Attorney at Lawp HARTFORD KY twillpneticehiprof iodl6tbeeoertsotOhi andadlolulnuconntle AlsoNotar- rrublicSouthern i nRai1waThrough a th Stat- eKENTUOKYTgNNESSEB tk w t Sout CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR l GINIA North CAROLllNAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI II auslilies Throe Dally Train Between ton vtUe and LexInKton Observation Chair Car 1 r TralntleaT end antlktlltefrooSevena- trtJJnloa11ppt e n edttwlthtmin4rt h ll11 u It For Information sddrao c A WIIOIIlAT A Loultn t W U T sileiwt J 01 v tJof wt i LAYING DOWN ARMS FILIPINOS CEASE FIGHTING FOR A LOST CAUSE Successful Negotia tions With Leaders of Insurgents All the Rebels on the Island of Cebu Ready to Surrender Judge Taft Cables the Good News to the Secretary of War Wonderful Growth of Peace Party About two weeks ago Gen Trias the Filipino leader In the southern provinces promised the Federalists that he would surrender In fifteen days The time will expire on Satur day Passed were issued four days ego for the purpose of allowing Trias to gather his comn and Trias prom- IseI however have not been carried out and there is uncertainty as to whether be will surrender this time Geq Funston Is awaiting further des velopments befot making any move It is reported that negotiations are in progress for the surrender ol all the insurgents on the Island ol Cebu Many small detachments in various localities are surrendering daily The Philippine commission will sail horn Manila on the transport Sum mer Monday and will visit twenty five ports before returning In May The members of the commission will first go to the capitals south of Ma I olla withthe exception of three un Importapt ones Some supply wagons were attacked near Sllsng Three signalmen and two Ilocos scouts were killed Lieut West with the gunboat La guna de Bay surprised an insurgent t camp on the Island of Taliru on Lake d Bay east of Manila capturing thirty one insurgents Senior Memlje the native judge ol the court of fust instance who was summoned to testily before the Phil ipplnc Commission to explain the cause oi the retention ol Francisco Enrique as administrator of his lath ers estate alter he had beencharged by the other heirs with mlsapproprl acing the income has appeared be fore that body The judge answered all questions evasively He justified o his retention ol the administrator on the ground that he had no knowledge of Hnrlquea guilt as the criminAl case which involved frauds bad not been tried before him lie said h refused to hear the protest of the heir against the sale of property to th state on the payment one s because Itthey were pct parties to the suit and had no standing In court Judge directRy in contradiction to ol Memlje and almost every magistral ien the bench challenged hiestate 1 ments Some of the heirs to thl n property are destitute in Spain Thc adlvlrD expected to form an Important Cadent The estate wosorlglnallj worth 1000000 but through frauc 1this value has dwindled to 3000001 The venality and incompetence ot the court will probably be demonstrated CADLFORAM FROM TANT Secretary ol War Root bas received the following cablegram from Judge Taft president of the Philippine com missionManila March 3 On eve of Presidents second administration wish to convey to him the assurance of great progress made toward peace Since the first of January 1127 fire arms cap tured and 1368 surrendered Federal party avowed and direr outgrowth ot election has spread with wonderful rapidity to all parts of archipelago and is active and urgen in advocacy of peace and presenting dvantage ofcivil liberty under American sovereignty assisting in surgents surrendering In Panay Partys banqnent ol 300 eve of WasbI ingtona birthday and gathering ofI 7000 members ol party on Luneta hear earnest addresses and leading Filipinos were most convincing of its power purpose and completely repre sentative character Commission has last three weeks organized five provincial governments Atteded each provincial capital in a body met by appointment presidents councilors and principal men of town explained provisions ot general prov- Incial act and special bill for pattlcn lar province and invited discussion by natives present ot both bills Con ventions thus held very satisfactory amendments suggested considered special bill enacted and appointments followed Explanation of purpose o President of people of the United States to secure civil liberty read with enthusiasm BNCOORAGItca RETORTS Anxious for provincial government everywhere apparent and satisfaction with form adopted manifest Recep Itlon from people at large most encouraging At Dagupan metconven tion of 350 delegates from tblrty four out of thirtyfive towns In others less delegates in attendance but not less interested Enthusiastic meeting ol Federal party called by Presides and Directors party who accompanied us hele every capital visited In three large provinces natives appointed provincial governors In Bataan on petition In eight out oi nine town volnteer appointed In Tar lac feeling beta in royal factions re quired appointment of Americans Expressions ot loyalty by all natives In conventions emphatic and sincere In compliance with urgent native invitions leave March n for South ta organize provinces of Tayabas Rom blon Iloilo and such other places as are ready Fragmentary rable dispatches de tailing some engagements which are only the result ol increased activit of army after close of wet season and efficient policing ot country made possible by active native cooperation tbemind of public as to probable contln conditioneBe fae vorable to restoration of complete peace and accomplishment of declared purposes of Pptesident IMrs C B VanDeusen of Kil e bourn Wis was afflicted with atom ach trouble and constipation for I long time She says I have trl many preparations but none have done me the that Chamberlains haveeZWayny I 5 cents Samples free m 4 DURBIN TO BECKHAM Imaginary Conversation Between Govs Beckhamoof Ken atacky and Durbin of Indiana HSOTT HOU1DH Till KEYNOTE Gov Beckhfcm May I not hope that the chief executive of Indiana will soon reconsider his action and honor my requisition for former Gov Taylor Gov DurbinAs chief executive of totcooperate with the authorities In Kentucky in furthering the ends o- fjutlce Mr Beckham Then may I call yoaraltentiontolhesecondparagraphof tutlon oi the United States Mr Dnrbln Will yon read It and read It as slowly and as Impressively aspossibleMr A person charged with treason felony or other crime who shall flee from justice and be found In another State shall on de mend of the executive anthrityof the State from which he fled be delivered up to be removed to the State having jurisdiction of the crime Mr Durbin I recognize the obll gallons of that section and am anxious to fulfill them but before surrender ing to you and to your courts I must concernse KentnckyII matlon candidly and fully Mr BeckhamAs candidly andI fully as I think the occasion justifies i merely remarking that your oblige lion to see the laws executed does not extend beyond territorial limits o Indiana Mr Dnrbln True but I have sworn to obey the whole Constitution of the United States amendments and all and I mill not sacrifice a vl principle of the instrument merely fulfill a specific direction Beton Ital any man to Kentucky I feel assured that the rights con on that fugitive are not to tx him as soon as he is within jurisdiction of your courts 51tbe Beckham What rights do yot we may deny Gov Taylor IMa Durbin The right conferred vi of the amendments the righr totla speedy trial by an impar tlal jury the right conferred by arts cle viii the right to be protects from excessive ball or cruel and unu suet punishment- Mr Beckham These rights are se cured to every citizen oi Kentucky by our blUolrlgbts- r Mr Durbin Secured yes by th wrlttee law these rights and others such as the right to peaceable assem ble the right to petition those in sue tborlty the right to an election Ire and equal All these are wrlttei anew in your Constitution but if may judge from what I hear they have bees denied to a certain class o citizens charged with certain crimes I cannot Ignore the existence of pecu liar conditions In Kentucky at thll time I cannot close my eyes to consequences ol my own acts yondyou have tried and condemned on Judges on exparte testimony am without giving them a hearing Mr Dnrbln I recognize that dan ger that difficulty but I prefer tour on the tide of justice We Governor ilb J have to decide on information at onr commandMr But in refusing you impeach our bench you reflect on an upright Judge you by your interposi lion put a check on good morals and baffle an unimpeachable legal proced ureMr Durbin I gain my knowledge of the course of justice from what occurred in Kentucky and from the utterances of public men Last year during the campaign the Democratic candidate for Governor said I shall not set at liberty any man with what ever crime he may be charged if the evidence against him is strong enough to justify his conviction Again he said I want the people of Ken tucky to know that no man convicted forth1t murderorGoeS fby a jury of his peers will be pardoned at my hand On another he said I will pardon no man who has been convict ed by twelve honest men Am I right in the belief that the name of I this candidate Is the same as your ownMr Beckham The same candidate and the same man Mr Dnrbln And yet you pardoned an election bully named Slasher convicted in a court presided over by a Democratic Judge Mr Beckham I did and gave my reasonMr DurbinMay I ask for your reasonsMr Beckham Those reason accompanied the pardon and were thus written I am convinced that this was a case of political persecution that the man was resisting at the direction of an officer the service of a void order granted by the Law and Equity Court ofJefferson county and he has been the selected victim ol per secution upon the part of those who- wereresponsiblelortheoutragedcom f witted in the election of 1899 In the city oi Louisville Pardon granted Mr Dnrbln Political persecution oi a D nocrat In court presided over by a Democrat and the prosecution conducted by a Democrat It seems to me that with one exception this Is the severest arraignment on record i of I conrt by a Governor Mr BeckhamIt was deserved What other case do you refer to Mr Durbin A Kentucky casein which Gov Beckham pardoned a gambler Alvey Let me read for your I edification some of the tributes you paid to the Kentucky rousts This is the most barefaced and I inexcusable case ol judicial and polio cal persecution that ever came before my notice By a bold and shameful conspiracy this man Alvey has been selected as the helpless victim while others equally as guilty or more so e who seem to bask In the sunshine o official favor are allowed absolute im munity from prosecution In the Jeffer son Criminal Court it I there e fore as a rebuke to the character ol 1snch a prosecution and not as a con donation ol the offense of gambling which I am eves ready to aid in sup- pressingf grant this pardon to Alvey upon the assurance from him that he will not again violate the law languageeMr Dnrbln Strong Indeed It la r either true or false If true thet r courts of Kentucky are worse than tKose of Russia If false the Gov I ernor of Kentucky Is convicted of arc ralg I lgJtrylng convicting and sen r tencing men without a I trial In either case I feel it my da a h THREE FAIR AMERICAN LADIES II MISS J WILSON GAIRE Mist Janet Wilson Galre Prsiident the Ono Musical Olnb Kansas City Mo also Treasurer ThoDroam Lode Mining Co No 221 Now York Llto Insurance Co building Kansas City SIo writes t The Peruna MedlclneCoColnmbuaO- 1GenUemenFor the past fow years I have tried several kinds of medicines when I was fooling badly but I am free to admit that I never found anything to equal Porous Last fall Icontracted a severe cold which teemed to settle In my joints and made me very uncomfortable lor- a couple of weeks until Itried Peruna Before a week waspasted the tort nest was goat and before I had used two bottles Iwas completely restored Yours very trulyJ Wilson Cairo Everywhere the people for all forms of catarrhal Hartman Columbus Ohio ty to refuse to surrender a political victim to such courts or to such a Governor Imisville Post 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 such general use It is as natural for peo pIe to express their gratitude alter using this remedy as It Is for water to flow down bill It Is the one remedy that can always be depended upon whethera baby be sick with cholera infantnm or a man with cholera mor bus It Is pleasant sale and reliable Have you a bottle of it in your home For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bo m Farming a Business Farming lea trade that takes long er to learn than any other How many times one hears the question asked about some stranger What is his business Is he a tradesman and invaribly if he is a farm er the reply will be No just a farmer as much to say anybody can plow and plant and sow and reap And almost anyone can to a certain extent But quite often the most common work of the farmer Is done In the way that causes almost total loss of his time his team and perhaps other help all because he knew no better way In which to do It Per haps he may get moderate returns for his labor in some particular case and not be aware that it Is not the best thatcould have been obtained if his work had been systematic and thorough In a great many Instances the returnes would have been one bal or one fourth greater I remember when I was quite young asking different tradesmen how long it took them to learn their trade The ans wer would range from one to five years If the same length of time were devoted to the study of farming we should have more proficient farm ers There are those who have lived and worked on a farm all their lives lint yet at the age of 30 or 40 they do not know how to farm so as to ob tain remunerative results There i no place where it pays to have things done at the proper time than on the farm The failure of the crops the nnlertllity of the soil the condition of the stock end an almost endler s number of leaks on the farm are oft the farmer He has not learned the trade of farming Consequently a I portion of his labor and expenditure are thrown awayGeorge A Rose I In Prairie Farmer Headache olteu results from a disordered condition of the stomach and constipation oi the bowels A dos or two of Stomach an Liver Tablets will correct these die ordris and cure the headache Sold by Z Wayne Oriffin Bro rn Washing Butter When the practice oJ washing the buttermilk out of the butter in th churn was first begun it was charged that the flavor was washed out of the butter We have no doubt that thl was true or that some of the rich nutty flavor was so taken out It was 4 MISS IDA HARKED Conspicuous among women who have attained success In tho business world is Miss Ida Ilarned a clover Insurance writerArecontlottor from Miss Hamed to The Peruna Medicine Co of Columbus 0 reads as follows s CHICAGO ILL IjCAT CRAM PLAIP BUILDING S The Poruna MediclneCoColumbne0t- Centlemen As a tonic Ifind your Peruna an excellent medicine to buildup and restore the nervous system My work Is out doors and traveling to agreat extent and during Inclement weather I especially value It as a preventative against colds and as a ca tarrhal treatment It Is unexcelled It Is with much pleasure I give Peruna my hearty endorsement Yours truly Ida Hamed specially the women are p ifflcultles Send for free then the custom not to try to get the buttermilk out before the butter was nearly all gathered into one solid lump and It requires considerable churning in two or three waters to re move the buttermilk Then few used water cooler than that in the well or spring seldom below 48 to 50 de greesWhen they had learndto begin the washing white the butter was Ingrains aboutas large as wheat kernels and to use iced water at about a tem peratnre of 40 degrees which chilled the butter they found there was little if any loss of flavor and if the water r had a handful of fine salt to each gal long it required but one or at most two washings to get it free from milk and we thought the flavor was Im proved or brought out more fully An Honest Medicine for La Grippe George W Waitt of South GardU ner Me says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grippe and have taken lots of trash of do account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any go whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grippe have oil left me I congratulate the man ufactures of an honest medicine For sale by Z Wayne griffin Bro m T Ben Hardins Grave Unless their attention has been es pecially called to it probably few peo pie who travel the road between here and Lebanon have noticed in the center of a cultivated field on the west- side of the road aud about three miles from Springfield a small plot grownup with evergreens and shrubbery The spot is desolate and uncarcd for and yet in that little spot lie the bones of one oi the most illustrious charact ers and most celebrated lawyers o f Kentucky Ben Hardin who Is well remembered by some of the oldest cit 17Ut U V 1 MISS BARBARA ALBEBTT Barbara Alberty corner Seventh aA i Walnut streets Appleton Vfls writefas follows In regard to Feranai o For ers 1 have suffered with bade ache and severe pains la the silt I doctored so much that I became die couraged A school friend told me how very much Pernna had benefited her and I sent out for a bottle which did more to relieve me than all the other medicine I hadevertakenI for two weeks and It completely cured me I have not bad any pains since anywhere but feel like anew woman Iam truly thankful for what Peruaa has deao for me Yours very truly- BarbaraAibertr wising Peruna as aremedy catarrh book Address Dr tizens of this place A writer in the Nelson Standard tells as follows of the s death of Mr Hardin In May 1852 while riding from Bardstown to attend court 4t Lebanon his saddle girth broke and he received a severe fall tbelnjuryIwife snccUmbed under the strain of nursing him and died while be was In his last Illness Mr Hardin finally died on September 24 1852 Clay had preceded him only a few months have ling died on the 29th of June Han dins parents had been burled in their ieifirrt settled In the wilderness He had promised his mother that he would be burled by her side and be fore his death gave positive instruct tlous to that effect Accordingly In an old field near the public road be tween Springfield and Lebanon in a spot marked by evergreen trees stands a stone bearing the inscription Ben Hardin ol Bardstown Springfield News Leader f forodChrildren I have no hesitancy In recom mending Chamberlains Cough Rem edy says E P Morgan a well known and popular baker of Peters burg Va We have given it to our children wben troubled with bad coughs also whooping cough and it has always given perfect satisfac tion It was recommended tome by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by Z a Wayne Griffin Bro m OASTOnXBttrsths 11d had Yal Hits wasp BolaM slgftr 1Ip Some people pick their company i Other people are not satisfied unless they pick their company to pieces K K K K K K KK K K KtVI BLOOD POISON orlpolaoubullies tD hopes no result follow lIue 0 a of the foUowiag neorInUismouthhairfallingOutachingpainsdyspeptic 1oclJluDal D of the secondary Gaga oar ij tem with the old logy treatmentmercury andtrashwhich only the ay mm rota only IObrgk out aaln when ppylndomatic 111 Doa9ktq seapetlmentanyom OvrNEwMETROD T1LEATMENT Iguaranteed to cure you guarantessare backed orpatknuIandaonurnotthedlaeasa NospetimentOOritknotapatchrpbntrpos4 0 else faits The worst uses NERVOUS DEBILITYKl OCJI NCW MRTnOD TRBATMKNTwltl can and make m man of 0 Under Its lullneoce the brain Mama elite the blood pacified w that aU pImplea blotches and ulcer disappear the nertea become strong u steel so- thataerrovsseu batbf nines and despondency altappear the eye become bright e- thefacefullanticlearenergyretnrnttothebodyandthemoal physical aad leSe Kl nal ayitems antnriPoratedtalldrainceaseno more watt from th lyttem The various organs become natural and manT Yon feel yourself a man sail know marriage cannot be a failure welnvttealltheafictedtoconsultuscoaadenllallr- and Im of charge cBRi quacks and akin rob you Ot year hard eame4 1 dollar WE W1W PAY Ye treat and cun NERVOUS DEBILITY BEXOAt WEAKNESS KMIS I anddlard Are youavldlm Have yon lost hope Are Y08 contemplating JmAllBRI marriage a oar blood been diseased Hare any Iettr Our CMM weakIeatedouwriteKKl r who h foranehonestoulobo or ChaNell reasonable Bobsfrs The oa Di Of men DiseasesofwomeaThoWagea ot Sin wvarlcoc 1t Bulcluro and Glee All seat Fres sealedyNo medicine sent C OD No names on boxes 9i onveloeat EvorttMM I0tIfI4aaY1 Question list aad Cost ol Treatment FREE tar Hoao Cora DBS KENNEDY KEBGAN e62B WALNUT sreeCIWCiINArI elates iKK KcvK KK K KKVK t r n s d I Trk SWS rHartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 15- LUN nouIR Ir==CXDONJD- n ulih n1r z- zCu zlan4 Iniiid FSdapi bq IA HJrffwdPMb Coooh- lmd i itHartford postofflca secondtlm mllimllt1 REPUBLICAN TICKET For BrprcintfnllTr ALVIS M BENHE1T for County JndKt- FOS KoarBN for County Court riork M8 MAGLNh ForVnnntr AHnrnej M I IIKAVHIN For Klirrlll CAL 1 KEOWX- ForRrhool Napprlnlnidenr- JAMi1 DHWEEM For Jtiller THOMAS 11 BLACK roe Atiexor FRANK LOW- EForSurveyur JOHN II HOOD Fur Coroner BEN I DA VII t 97 98 1900 Last week we took up the political history otJudge Miller during 96 99 and 1901 campaign to locate if possible bis present position tnd we believe that we succeeded in Mtab lisbing this fact that from his own utterances during these year it is now impossible to locate Urn with the very best and latest improved politic al compass Being solicited to inves tigate his Democracy in 97 98 and 1900 we here give what we were able togleanIn early days of 97 the leaders of the Democratic partywith like sponsors of the Peoples party got their heads together to plan for the destruction of the Republican party in which undertaking both parlies concluded to rest their fortunes Hav ing agreed as to bow the pie should be divided each party at ooce set about to select its representatives at the pie plucking picnic Those claiming to be Democrats met and resoluted certain men into candidates likewise those claiming to be Populists met and ordained that certain men should represent them and these two distinct Iscti Tr of two di tinc pi lit al parties met and became one organ ization The members of the right wing styled themselves Democrat endorsed by the Populism while the I left wing called themselves Populists endorsed by the Democrat The leader of the left wing was Jas P Miller who went before the people as a Populist endorsed by the Demo crata and upon every slump declared bimeelf to be a Populist circulating his candidate cards under the name of Popolist endorsed by the Democrats The campaign ol 97sas peculiar in many reapecs partial y hi cause ol the political characterof the heal of the ticket His mode of ectioneering worked admirably but dealt death to his own party and di j riclinn to his Democratic associate to Populists he c mid boast of true loyalty to principle to Democrats he declar ed that tbeir cats was one in com mon while he would apprtjcli his old Republican associates with IBm just as good a Republican IOU are This mocfm operandi worked beauti fully and resulted in Iii election to the Judgeship while his colleagues suflered cruel fusion defeat During the time of perfecting the organization the anti fusion waters were very troublesome and frequent ly requiredcareful attention Upon ono occasion the Populate of Bart letts called a meeting to nominate a candidate for Magistrate and to demand the withdrawal of the Demo cratic candidatein that district This was a crisis which demanded careful attention and Judge Miller was en trusted with the work In his speech upon that occasion he assured his Populist friends that matters would be amicably adjusted that the Demo cratic nominee would bo withdrawn 10 order that his words might carry conviction and pacification with them he declared that ho had his foot en the neck of the Democratic party and proposed to hold it there From the signs of the times we are inclined to believe this prophecy was truly in J spired politically If not imperti nent we should desire to make this interrogation Having become one of the integral factors of the Demo cratie organization himself where would his foot be now Pasting from 97 we come to the whichba werHerald on Judge Millrra political sphere at that time which was since 9C McItiiryfL bait el Mf Stevarr raadldaty lor the iNtU latnn Mr Roger ol TBI nircnttcix went to Mclletiry to tear what be bid to aay and tbn wlthrd be bad not none Judge Miller said In opening his speech after rradlnit the nboto nrtkl that the t4tt nirut It eontnlneflwf lalMhooiU and known to I Idie by the anthor when he wrotethra HE TUCN STATED THAT HE WAS A POPLSIST AND NO ONE HAD ASKED HIM TO VOTE OK tWEAK FOil hilt OORUELOR illS TICKET 98 seems to have beer a dormant period lu his pjlitical career No move was mide and no signs of polit at life existed 1900 brought some signs of political rejuvinescence and by the speechmaking period life was fully restored Many of the voters remember ibe speeches of last fall made by those endorsing Beckham and Bryan among those none were more conspicuous than the Judge In locating himself before his audience be invariably confessed his Populistic fath but slated that as his party wa disorganized the only hope visible to him for the American workingmeu was in the election of W m J Bryan This IS not fiction but history Now kind reader if Judge Miller was a Populist or a Republican as be said he was in 197 what are we to con clude he means when he assert thai SINCE TIlE ADOITIOS OK THE CHI CAOO PLATFORM BY Joe DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION IN 1896 AND TIlE RRAFFIRUATION OF Tills PLATFORU BY THE DEMOCRATIC PAR TY IN KENTUCKY I HAVE BEEN AND AM NOW A DEMOCRAT Are we to conclude that free silver is the same as the gold standard that free trade it protection that antiexpaneion is expansion that the Populist Democratic and Republican platforms art one and the same We have labjr ed earnestly and sincerely to tohe these mysterious years and assertions but in vain We do not desire to misrepresent nor misconstrue the lan guage of anyone eo we give space to a card below which forms i part ot recent history in Ohio county De mocracyA CARD To TIC VOTKU or OHIO COCTTT I bare heretofore In reapoue to certain frtenda ol nine made what I eonrelre to be a clear end etplldt statement ol my 1 oUtltal position Lout there should be any mliappnhmtlon however In the mind of any man on thla mb ject I will ndd to what I hare already stated that since the adoption of the Chicago plot form by the Democratic National IomTen tlon In IfIH and the reafflrnmtlon ol tbla platform by the Democratic party In Kentucky I HAVE BEEN AND AM NOW A DEMOCRAT 4a I understand the things ntnwiary to constitute party affiliation In thus country are flrit allegiance to party platform and second support of party own bees I bad Happened that my political position nil here defined wag clearly understood by my friend In thus county and I trait there taD be no longer any room for mUapprehen don 00 this abject II nominated for County Jndm by the Dem orratle contention which meets In Hartford next foDdY1 eipect to be nominated as n Democrat and Iballut the nomination aa a Democrat I shall submit Jo the action ot that contention and cheerfully support its nominees choicer they may be on the Dam ocratic platform which that contention will adopt Very rcipectfally March 11801 Jl MILLER BECKHAMSATTITUDE ODIOUS Criminals of every character awl specie are enemies to the moral and social welfate of any enlightened community Violators of common law set examples for the rising gener ations to follow in their wake which some teuder minds are always ready to do Vices of all forms from the pettiest to the most heinous have ex isted among men from our first knowledgethey will doubtless con tinue but with the proper restraint their work can be minimized greatly compared with its present tpbere Competition in trade produces good aud acceptible results because it less ens the prices ol commodities aud places the necessaries of life within the reach of the most humble there fore we are for competition rather than monopoly The gambling vice only tends to produce misery and sor row and rum and has no place in a moral community But the Govern or of Kentucky in fulfilling his obligation to the gamblers of Louisville declared in his pardon to Alvey that If it is allowed at all then I say it would be preferable under the principles of competition rather than monopoly Theee were unweighed word their measure was unknown when used Does Beckham mean to say that the more gambling houses there are the less will be the patron age the practice the infamy Does be mean that it would be better to have tweutygambliog houses in Louie ville tbau one This language is as the language of a child senseless and meaningless The very idea that the Governor should excuse his acts in such a manner iuh eking to the right thinking citizens The citizens ot Louisville have a right to be indig nant they have a right to meet and protest against this highhanded course of Iiberatingdevile among themup on the assurances from him that be will not agalu violate the lawpat don granted What does this mean when analyzed f Simply this Ias Governor of Kentucky will pardon every criminal that is a Democrat who will promise me not to again viI olate the law says Beckham Poor Tom Ilayden who was convicted JfI murder and hanged would have glad libertylie I have sacredly kept the peace through out all time for liberty but he had to pay the penalty for his crime and Ed Alvey should have done the same The most remarkable exercise of the Executive clemency that the State ever knew is certainly the pardoning of this con feised gambler and what is more astonishing the Governor demands more gambling thatthere may bo Competition in the business and to further this end as he states he sets Alvey free We can imagine noth- Ing mole humiliating to the dignity of the citizens oi Louisville than the part the Governor has taken in the Interest of convicted felons and yet the Democracy of Ohio county en dorses all this and says that it is wise conservatism aud to the peoples interest LAST week we spoke complimentary of Mr Cass Rowan and the ill treatment he received at the hands o his party which seems to have incensed A G Beuton to a degree of mad ness So much was he displeased that he paralleled that goebelcrat ar ticle witn Mr Rowans complimenta ry notice which says by Bcntons actions that he considers it applies ble to Mr Rowan Now we nave never intimated that Mr Rowan was anything but a true gentleman and a loyal Democrat and we are somewhat surprised that the organ of his party should question his standing and ve racity as a high toned generous gen tleman That goebelcrat article does not apply to such gentlemen but rather to those vile creeping vipers that hide behind the veil ot an imagi a y btig and thrust their fangs ot slander and invective into the char acter of the innocent as they tread the pathway of life as dud A G Ben ton It also applies to that class believing in and endorsing officesteal ing and persecution of the innocent and the pardoning of ejection thugs and confessed indicted and convicted gamblers As we stated formerly thereare just a few of these charade a infesting the country such as A G Denton and those of like hue That goebelcrat article was never intended for the commonality of those compos ing the Democratic party but for the A G Bentona of that organization We have said from time to timethat there are just as good citizens in the Democratic camp as any other and we are still of this opinionion Let it be remembered however that there are a few A G Bentons and Hartford has at least one IN referring to Bentona journal in our last issue we had no thought of connecting the proprietor of the Herald Mr Felix with the Ben ton letter scandle We have regard ed Mr Felix as a plain unassuming honest genteman who has the man hood to face his political enemies and not to write annoymous letters under anuoymous names to jeopardizs their characters About the 12th of De cember Mr A G Beuton sitting ou the editoral stool of the Heaid and addressing himstlf at Cromwell proceeded to arraign in a most shameful and cowardly manner the character of a young man guiltless of all crimes except that he had been on the editorial staff of THE RETUII LiCAff and from that position wit nessed the ekinning of the Ucraht tribe in a public controversy This assassin of character was encouraged and abetted by a cohort no less odious 10 the good morals of the community They plotted a scheme to be tile means of a young mans downfall but which was his f tituueand putitinopela ion Fortunately however the intended vicim became the hero and the would be aunwins became the most odious characters in the community Tim conspiracy was composed of the editor of the Heraldand the editor ot the Gleaner botb of whom are glaring unscrupulous and unprincipledas shown by their acts By their fruits ye shall know them saith the Lord Hereafter when we refer to Benton or Bentons journal we refer specifically to the editor of the Herald WHEN some men are in the heat of argument they are very unguarded and frequently make rash assertions One of the speakers in addressing the convention the first Monday declared that the WEALTH and DRAINS of OlIIO COUNTY CITIZENSHIP WERE IN rilE DEMOCRATIC PARTY Every intelligent man knows that this is wholly untrue in word and spirit Now we are nut egotists We be lieve in giving the devil his dues so we grant that our friends the enemy have a little of buth ofwhat our es teemed fried charges us with being void of November will doubtless teach him a lesson WE notice in Wednesdays Herald that Mr R E Lee Simmerman has declined the Democratic nomination for County Attorney tender ed him the first Monday He does not give any reasons why he will not accept but it is understood Mr Bimmerman has exercised digression apd good judgment and deterves to be congratulated The nominations held by each of the other candidates are imply honors When November 5 ball have come more of them will y with that they hade rt upon Mr Simmermslld example ExPiitsiDENT HAHHSON diet Wednesday at his home in Indianapolis after a very brief illness Irrcs pecllve ptIiticalaffliatinu ibedcatl of the great Statesman will be mourn ed throughout the laud Few met have attained the greatness of Geu Harrisou in American politics anu Statesmanship His administration D President of the United States was i complete success showing to the world that be was a friend of the poor JUST why the Democratic Rooste dots not appear over the Demucrati ticket in the Herald is nut general known It may be that the proud old cock has refute to scratch dust It the eyes of the head of the ticket How Is This We crier One Hundred Dollars Re vard for any case ol Catarrhthatcan ort be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J Cheney Co Props Toledo OhioWe the undersigned have Icnowt P J Cheney lor the last isyearsani believe him perfectly honorable in all business transaction and financial ibte to carry out any obligation mad by their firm West TriiMX Wholesale Drug gist Toledo O Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole title DruggIsts Toledo 0 hulls CdUirh Cute is taken in ternally acting directly upon th blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tern Price 750 per bottle Sold ball druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Shamrocks Thirty Days In Stock holm Stockholm is a typical mountal town ofa hundred and a half Inhabt tants and crowns a commanding em nence from which an observing visi tor nay view with wonder and aw and admiration some wondrous work if the sculptor of the material world Looking eastward one sees until tb powers of vision are exhausted tb deep narrow winding valley of Greet River walled in by towering clIQj fringed with mountain laurel ant among the craggy crovrs of whic the king ot bird still builds its nest and rears it young To the south three miles away an elevated plateau commonplaces enough in appearance shelters from nand antI storm avenue and chambers rich In statuary drap tries and Iretcoes not made will hands eternally in the MammotI Cave Toward the sunset a neatb mountain with its lofty summit greet with laurel and hemlock stands I mighty barrier against wester storms To the north high above it bumble neighbors rises an iuipoaiu pyramid called tbe Devils Play ground Its rounded summit Is en tirely nude of vegetation evjnth humblest masses scorning to grot where the Prince ot Darkness take his nocturnal exercise Long years ago to lovers stood upor the summit of this barren rock line indulged in a lovers quarrel and ihi heattbroken maiden cast herself pre cipllately to the yawning abyss be low Since that unhppy Incident the spectral figure and ghostly valet of the unfortunate maiden have haunt ed nightly the Devils Playground lInt it was of tbe people rather that of the country that I intend to write The business interests df Stockholm consist of four stores two blacksmIth shops a distillery and a saloon Oil baskets and railroad ties are the prm clpal products 01 the community T- heTRROIERY A persis tent cough is at first a friend for it gives warn ingoitheapproach deadly ene my Heed the warning before it is too late be fore your lungs become in flamed be I i fore the LI doctor says Consump 4 don when the danger appearshelpP1 AYQTSPQetofaI Yourlungs deepIndeadlyblow your cough today relieFAcure complete cot4iUffubccoesetkal lor older cajo rectoralthecoughs and iii throat affections ItcerlatDI1LugzyDenkY Writ tho Doctor whntqyerand doctorfreelyply AddranOn Nice A A- a people bring baskets to the stores In lots of from one to a dczen as our ueelvfIthem in merchandise Tilt uieichants ship them to the citj j ibbtm While I the mountain sides they have nelth er summit nor valley area considered I are inoatly too steep and r cky fur cultivation thare covrre l with I white oak limber hence tie nicking I is the principal Indnstrv The people as a rule ore open heat ted rind honest I but thriftless The laborer who earns but filly cents a day treats his ftlends to cigars Cheroots with the rauuifi r cence of a king This like every other community with a thriftless population has it Na I poleon of finance to gather up what the profligate scatter When CharlieI Merideth came to Stockholm seven years ago his wealth consisted of an amiable wife and a petty baby Since then he h accumulated comfortable fortune and bal become in fact the Prince of Stockholm lie furnishes these people employment buys what they have to sell sells them what they have to buy pays their taxes names I their babies and buries their dead I and perhaps his greatest service as judged by those served sells them r their liquor and sells it straight- At night as jolly a crowd as ever clinked glasses gather at Meldeths sales room and Iccal happenings serious and ludicrous will be the sub ject oi my next letter SHAMROCK The result of an overindulgence in foodor drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of Herblne Price 53 cents J H Williams m OASOnAB-watheIts Kind Yoi Han Atari Eaigtt slnr 11 RENDER KY March 13 Mr H B Harper spent last Sunday afternoon in Beaver Dam Mr L Pate and Miss Lillian Ever ly spent Sunday afternoon in Denver DamMr Wm Kellry and brother Her I bert visited friends aud relatives in SundayI rt Dtanfi jd Is visiting fiends in this city Rev Wilson pastor 01 Denver Dam Methodist churcb is holding a grand meeting In this community and U having good success with about sixty conversions Mr Staileu Centers and Mr lIur I bert Kelly went to Rockpolt to dav to- I attend the revival conducted by Ed W D Cox I Mr Judson Rowe and Miss Ona I Kelly visited Islands and relatives in I Leltchfield last Sunday QMiss Lucy Hooper of Ecbols is at- tendingr the meeting In Render Mr Jim Jennings got mashed very badly in the coal mines by a loaded car and cross timber Mrs Mary B Rowe is visiting her grandson Mr Clyde Rowe Mr John Blackburn visited friends SundayI E G But ton are delegates to the Kentucky Miners and Operators Association at Louisville the sjth inst Mr Wm Bryant ot Rosine has ac cepted the position as town Marshall of Render Dr H B Innrs is on the sick lIst at thin writing The coal miners are workinp everyday A Eov IN BLUE This Will Interest You To quickly introduce the famnu blcod purifier B B B Bitanic Blood Blm into new homes we will gIve- away 10000 tiextmcnts B U B will positively cure nil blood and skin troubles ulcers scrofula czcenin eating cores itching humors swellings dimple bolls cirbnnclis bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood piison HftefliPg throat or bones mucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimple or wart B B B makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and stops all aches and pains Druggists i For fue treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlan ta GI Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured B B B cures old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botanic drugs and is the finest tn the world m A rich lady cured of her desfases and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Eu Drums gave 10 000 to his Institue so that deaf peo pie unable to procure the Eu Drums may have them ree Address No 780Eighthu Announcement- To accommodate those who are par hal to the use of atomizers in apply log liquids into the nasal passages for catanhal troubles the proprietors pre pare Cream Bilm in 1quld form which will be know as lilys Liquid Cream Balm Pfice including the spraying tube is 75 eta Druggists or by mail The liquid lor a embodies the medi dual properties ol tbe solid prepara Hon Cream Balm is quickly ab sorbed by the membrane and does not dry up tbe secretions but changes them to a natural and healthy charac ter Ray Brothers 56 Warren St N Y S In Memory 01 S R Williams who departed this life Match 7 1901 Whereas God In his infinite Wis dow and his all Wise Providence hiaJ seen best to call from our midst our AiCEISufferers front this horrible malady nearly always Inherit Itnot necessarily pie parents but may be front tome remote ancestor for Cancer often runs Ihtouu several generations Thlsdcadly poison may lay in the blood for or until you reach middle life then the first little sore or ulcer makes Its up peoruHe or a swollen gland In the bodygins I cure perma I all the poisonous virus must be dimlnated from vestage f it driven out This BS S does jthe only medicine that can reach seep icited obstinate blood troubles When all the poison has been forced out of the system the Cancer heals and the disease never returns wayuthefollowlnJA null came on my w inbelow the earodttie left tide ol my face Ilgava- iaenotalnor luconveo ince aud I should hueforgotten about It had It Bottexun to luOime actS Itch u It would bleed a Utile then Ktb erer but- pould not heal this continued for tome time Th a Jaw began to well becoming Terr palatal The Cancer bean to eat and pread nntilttwsiasiarzeaahaifdolharwhen I of 8 a 8 and delermtn ed to Itlye It a funnel J find U was leroarkible what a wonderful effect pegaurbalndattertiktnitaentirely ThUwailiroyeinacot theieareallll BO signs Ounrer any general health joctlnnea goodMiL R Sf1551 In lists MOS the greatttt of all purifiers and the SS15 one vegetable guaranteed Send our free Oft I Can valuable and interest I lug information about this disease and- mte our phymdans about your case Wo make no medical advice t THE gain SPECIFIC Co ATLANTA CA eitremrd brother and en wouker of our Sunday School So be it Kesolxec1 In his death cur community has lost an uptight cittn the family a loving husband and father Resolved That we extend to the bereavedIIIOIiIour sjmpalhy in this their hour if bereavement and we ex hort them to look to the One that docth alt things well Resolved That thrte resolutions be published in the county papers a copy be spread on the minutia of our Sun day School and a copy be frtserttd to the bereaved family H I MADDOX R 0 HKNNETT Com- A W Roe K J To Cre Cnrxllpallon rorcrer ZooItwooer or On account cf General Missionary Conference M E Church South at New Orleans Iu April 24 to 30 I ticket will be suld at rate ot one fate for the round trip 18 no Tickets on sale April at 23 and 24 good for return until May 2 S B VASMBTKR Agt TIII tAdTl ANtI IIKAIISU t fillIM II JatarrhEI- VS I CREAM BALM Kn y and tilmuat to aM l no In larluaii drug 1i quickly ntxurb Ml rrIM at onm It oln aad rleaaw Saul iaaagesA- uiays liesls and iDflnmntloti trutrcta the f Membrane llmton the Kntn 0T U and bynailELY llllOTIIKim M Warren Street New Y- orkMrrregtoU C COW PEAS R I SOJA BEANS cropsd1Iat and Improving VJor U A Cum Uockwheat Rap Etc A j We cary tht Larlft and Dt t col gi t lcllon of Seed In tha Central Writ ictudivg Vegetable Fkid Gras and Pt tiwer bccdj C OUR CYTAUOGUn clrei full info D 1 nnlion about ail crurMitid will be AUIlMl paperiwell queue low Yeoi EUbS CO tAzIara1 cc KEUTUCKYaota aa OJND bCUbUfe t et CJtc rJc 2 tHarbingers of Spring gspawith them omo ideas of Spring wear and Spring 4 purchases in Diy Goods Many persons took itt +c vtuitngo of our Cloing Out Sulo of tho past fow s weeks and the bargains t toy got tltnU will rmnnm bor and keep for years to como As soon as they t saw the goods nnd got tho prices on same they saw iit was no catchpenny fake affair but a genuine 4i reduction sale and a luickitrado was the result Wo still hnvs a fow moro articles of winter wear be left but they are in tho way and wo dont want thom Come and Take Them At most any old price just so you remove them to F other quarters for wo need tho room It will pay + you big to buy theso articles and stow thorn away f + for next winter They will bo just as seasonable and just as comfortable next fall as if tiloy wore i ibrand hew fcJjflUltlll of Swing wo want to rc a mint our customers that wo are going to put in our storo th- oBiggest iand Finest Line inibut just watch and see if wo dont make our words good Wo intend to not only outdo our comnotit t ore but outdo ourselves in past purchases And 1 we are going to give our wholesale men a littlo 1i song and dunce too in regard to cnshfind sii prices so that wo may bo enabled to undersell a large portion of tho merchants of this section in 1 most all lines But wo want to say a few wordson tgv03 Subject of Shoes whontwears Shoes and everybody buying wants good Shoes Wo sell more Shoes titan any ono lino wo handle We do not know dIlhy this is unless people ktiow a good thing witch roiuctit4ic+ But wo endeavor to keep all kinds of Dry Goods 4tO please all kinds of people nnd we try not to a sale When in need of anything in tho Dry 7 Goods line call on us uul well either sell you tho sgOOdS or make you walk yourself to lentil hunting 4 for n hotter and It cheaper article tvtyotn FOR TRADE i EIIJI CoI11Ds z to 1 iOi iiuiuuasii 2 Did You Ever Know 5 + Iany one who smoked the same kind = of Five Cent cigar length of I time Five Cent cigar smokers arc = always dissatisfied trying M k somethingnewor something differ ent as there always seems to be some i a thing wrongabout the cigars they have j been smoking Ask your for u 5 OldVirginia Cheroots J Theyarc always goods= A- a Three hundred million smoked this year Price 3 for 5 C- CflL1RIIJuI1IR f DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hny Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps l lp GUARANTEED THE BESIV Hay Halo Ties Coilwiro Ornto Ifara Pipo Fittings Engino anti Boiler Trimminga etc Call on MoHenry1 Mf g de Mach QQ i McHenry Ky s w 3 c IH I r r L Take Down Your Dictionary guinIt an transaction According to that our en- tireL establishment must bo madoVup f of Webster Bargains Tho SPECIAL BARGAINS wo want to call your attention to for thonot ton days arc in our I Staple Department GmdNwFtvIr Filnti sc Is4 4 Yird wile Elffcli sc Extra weipht yardwide Bleach Sc v M t onvllle and limit ot Loom Bleach only i 90Good 50BeHeavy Bed Ticking will hold feathers i5c Lighter grade Bed Ticking loc Good dark ten cent Outings BOW 8c All tencent dark Fercala tow 8c Hnch Turkey Red Table Linen 15 S4 Table Oil Cloth ISC r J i i Pillow Cue Linen 40 Inches wide joe Good 104 Sheeting aoc t 1 vjlt will pay you to buy your Staples of us Wo give you L lkst grades Ind at lowcst prices Pt v Jf Final Reductions on all Winter Wear Cnstyouroyo over tho article mentioned below nnd see iff you could not afford to buy u fowuml lay them aside A nice 1100 Jacket for 050 Fine Beaver Jnckctsbrown nmTblacksold for 750now 5 Good volllined nnd nicely beaded Plush Cnpo that sold for 400 now 208 A fow childrens Jackets that sold Ifor 300 you can buy for 2 Ladies Fjccchcd Kibbcd Vests regular 35cgbodsnow 20cU r j Children J Vests tOe tQ 25c V 1Goo Blankets regular 75ccnt quality OOc l1 large size Blankets graiandwhite sold for 175 nowliG 1 11 nilwool 350 Blankets now 275 Special prices on all articles of winter wear Como in see the goods and get our prices Be sure that you see these Bargains They are given only at the great Bargain House of HartTord Republican FRIDAY MARCI- 1IllthoIsCentratRallroadTIme ISI I Table 1w tim tar4 Ukl fleet sd1 ve t1- t90t OODINom do 117 a B a m NolMdM MPn 110101 dM 1O 1111 oU2duI1pm No HI do ru p m Ixwul rrtlKbl I Ko 1M do TM ain olUduL16 pm Hi n VKMtTH AlIfal I Intt1tottiJj1 mm J9J IFORQ tl BT lr hld i I In Cromwf Mc1 Uri rilitnci Db ctlothe iwllon olth I 11pibucau pilj I Wf araoUorti IQ sumdubcs Gio W Miirilii I S erIIrra llIpa 4IortstI l n il B TuB an Osteopath is town InII A new lot ol lion Bedsteads at lun Gos- If I I Is flour you want go o John Rphlpps and get It I rMr Hoses Showp of Clear Run called to see UI Wednesday CI pt NT Howard Morgantowno i II attending court this weekSMr Jacob Chancellor Fordsville tialled to aee us Wednesday i Ifypu want hardware Jbo place o1 Indit to aijoKaX Phlppi POaSALEA io aeSaim j mllea I Lelow Iiiitfoid Apply at ilds o tWeoleBhoseioc Woolen under I wear 5oc4per liltlt Carson lit Cps I Mr and Mrs R AWedaiogAdshr Iburgflay were among our callers Yednes when in senrch of collars and I necktie 5o and ball hoes call pn Carson I jc Dont forget the special bargain in woolen hose antI underwear at Carson I1 J I IDwill ell Machine from I L Ift1 11olI Ladlel y come an 4Ti the pretty I Frencft Flannels lorVpring waists I 1 CV olco I Mr TomIC operllcrom lII 1tf J the East1 pAurcSasTughesprng stock j for the firm 01 Martin Cooper I u IAdam and Ills Children Is tbe fut j xt of Judge Atchlsona lecture to night Hear him The mother MWestetfleid ofwereMr R T Collins relumed Monday from the eastern markets where he has been purchasing his spring stock of goods Mrs Wm Wallace and three sons near Cromwell are seriously sick 01 IM typhoid fever They were very aIcLm when last heard from All kinds of HaU for spring wear Now II you want to get a swell Hat Carson Co would be glad to show you what you want Little Barrett the fouryear old ron of Mr and Mrs W B Miller who has ben very sick ol pneumonia Is rapidly improving eJBeipreUleat line of up to date shirts all colors all styles and prices Call around boys und see them The w place Is Carson Gos edAgentstown to handle Scotts Inhaler f ddressWe can start a young man or lady In the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap CIID and get our scholarship and go to h IrcboolIrorganizedmanager and Mr C D Stevens as secretary and treasurer They will be glad to meet any team p eighteen yearold boys in the elym galntk1WlDlirikeashlpl sanJe wh hie at Beaver Dam Ky on or before Mry It 1901 and have fa Uictu properly proven 338 W B CUIMN Admr futao R jRepublicansThVqiae t member Is 58 and theeyeangest irvearBoldl Aveage age EW1JiWIof its contents were destroyed by fire last PrldyI Mr Wilson was on the petit jury at the time The fire seems to have started from the flue He had no in urance 6 recentIArternal revenue service which ls quite a vIce and we know offew men more deserving this distinction than JTb6tnv and his many friend will bepleasedtolearn of his promo tion The place ol his location has not been determined as yet I YI gt tMAYODLESHAMMEB1 Bnicit PlaUr It Pains Matltr dprettygoodhtnmr UbeetoKwMardolebammerterlal perfectly balanced and the hudnever ew Hammers were dlrlded into tiltPl8tersof dustage tat hanson Porous Plastei t paIDaother disease or ailment that may be treated hontiltthebeltAs tha name of Myo1stood for hammera plutnthebDODlOndateAnofDoDlOn1 MICrdlyrpayIs eseb8bury r Judge Atchison to night Judge C W Massle Owensboro laI in townyIRelelved seats for the lecture to night on sale at Singer office I 1theMisses Bernice Miller and Norma Brown attended the BrownRender wedding near Rockport Wednesday COALWe aim to keep out a got supply oi coal at the old Elijah Mliii 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 Ponteffiee hail ford E M MILLER Mr E 1 Brown of near Centertowr tandwere married Wednesday at the home of the brides father Mr Jonas Ren drr Mr Brown is a very pleasant unassuming young farmer ol good ifstandingKentuckys moat charming young liladieselulbest wishes of their many friends Mrs L T Uarnard died yesterday morning at her resIdenceEasto town of pneumonia Interment took place nt the Btthel church yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock funeral services were conducted by Rev G J Bear dlesschristian wjth a sweet and amiable disposition loved by all who knew her She was the sister of Mr Thor II Black Mr Barnard II left with four little children to battle life in the absence ol his much cherished and de votedcompaaloa Our sincerest syitI patby is with the bereaved family Marriages Mr J A Hoops Taylor Mines to iss Tiny I Tee Beaver Dam Date marriage March 10 Mr Prank Gray Jingo to Miss nnIeJonesJngo Date ol matrlage March 10 Mr W C Obenchain Trisler to Miss Ruth Asklns Askius Date of marriage March it Mr Robert L Shultz Marrows to iss Mary Baker Narrows Date of arriage March 13 Mr W H Her Tolono III to Miss Martha Webb Hartford Date of mar riage March 13 Mr B L Brown Centertown to Miss Misa Btbel A Render Rockport Date of marriage March 13 d Accidentally Shot Last Thursday afternoon the two little boys Forest and Noble sons o Mr and Mrs Joe Miller near Cromt well were out In a clearing aawinj- ood and w suhichbrlytters head producing Instant jjOurbo an Edad dogs in the neighborhood they were permitted to take the gun along ith them and as boys frequently doJorest picked up the gun and frealizingno Iy fiaccidentalThe news was a terrible blow to the contireother who was prostrated by the sudden and unexpected death of llera beloved boylitimilyM SMALLHOUSE KY Sneralhis late resfdence nllr Ceralvo arch 8 alter which his body walr ckencoentfrBornhnbley March 4 a girlsMr and Mrs Seth i t Tonight t p If your liver is out of order canting tlburaHoods PillsOn retlrln aWJ tomorrow dl dgeetiveyou will be bright active and readWfor any kind of work been the xpcrienc of others It will be HOODS PILLS are as sold by alt mcJlcino dealers 25 eta bia morning from the bedntde of their rother Mr Sam Bennett who Is quite sick of pneumonifi at the real euce ofMr Leman Bennett Godman y Mr George W Barnard Is quite ill Mr George Bennett who is attend lag school at Hartford visited his parents last Saturday and SundaybMr T R Barnard s y sluleMiss Laara Addlngtnn daughter rf M re Cord lllls Addill ton nuv nnu eighteen died otpneusuonlu and phth laic the 8th inst remains were it terredat Equality at 2 oclock the gth last mid a throng of sorrowing friends and relatives The de eased was a member of the Method exampledaoclates Mr and Mrs James R Hunter and toloa Robert visited friends and rela tlvea near Pleasant Ridge and ne Owensboro this week They also visited their daughter Mrs James Trunnell Mr Conley Tllford of Fotdavllle son of Mr J J Til ford aged fourteen ears died yesterday morning of a complication of diseases and will be Milled to day at Fordsville Floe Portrait 198 If you need any first class artist work send Chat Sturgeon Hartford t Ky a tintype or photograph and ft 98 bud he will make and send you 1a fine 16x20 lifesize Crayon portrait 33tlrHerWebb Mr W H Her Tolono IIIaad Miss Marsha Webb of the Alexander c were married Wednes d slayMr T B Webb Rev Dunn officiated They Immediately left for the homerII he groom at Tolono where reside in the future were ac c clompaniedMiss Enola tier sister of the groom Mr Her Is one of our home boy who went North several years ago to make his fortune He is a very pleas S nt and genial young man now ii 11T the employe TO f Measrs Miller bCarriageIs one ofonr prettiest and most ac complished young ladles coming trom one of our beat families TUB R linrunucchaypyllfs Miss Ida Lou Johnson of Prorl ence Ky Is visiting her cousin iss Mable Hnbbard Court Notes The grand jury turned in quite a batch Indictments yesterday morn lag 42 for unlawfully selling H qnor I for shooting craps I for gain ing i for using abusive language I for selling diseased animals I for ob tainlng money under false pretense I lor carrying concealed weapons Mr W B DcHaven was empannel ed Friday as pettit juror in Mr J 1of Wilson place Mr J M Graham was empanneled in the place of grind juror Gus St i Clair Monday Comth vs Wm Aultmire 9 cases re refeired to the grand JuryasComth vs Quinton Her 6 cases resreferred to the grand jury Conith vs T L Griffin roreferred to the grand juryteComth vs Elijah Crowe Itoaway with leave to reinstateekComth vs Tboa Burton verdict of jury guilty and fined 10000 and co pComtbselling liquor verdict of jury 125 OC tm jtImg abusive and insulting language th ladles jniy verdict 25 and cost Comth vs ThOmas Engler case of bmitted to the court and fined too Comth vs Kyle c charged with eaking Into a freight carverdict Juaty not guilty g Comth vs John Amosprosecu on dismissedCoComtb vs Ed Amos and Allison Is vans charged with detaining a wo man against her will prosecution n IJthemos of gallty fixing his punishment at two years In the pen tentlary Virgil Huff was adjudged an idiot th rst of the week in toed Comth vs Dud Tatuta 3 cases ntinued until next court Comth vs Tom Tatum juty hung nd prosecution contlaaedIIComth vs B B Collins for selling qu- quorjury hung on account of the me 01 the purchase Comth vs B B Collins for illegal traffic In liquor now en trial ittrongEDITOR REPOBUCAM I see lbstofuite I number of the unsuccessful candidates beforethe primary have hoiendsnly reason I have not appeared is that I am averse to appear cohechlucked luhework for the entire ticket aqd espec- lally S lor Mr Bennett for I regard the representatives office as being the mOImpottant totheSt I shall o everything In iny powerjto make w certain for the whole ticket ev ith a united front in the struggle au for the right there can be no quetloi a to the result I think none the less of the Republicans of the county because a mijirlty voted for myop ponent that was their privilege which I willingly grant them and to their verdict I cheerfully submit Very truly yours for the success of the hlatanzasSheriS S T Stevens who has een quite sick for several day Is owly Improving To Whom it May Concern ClayIIand be sued and I will not hereafter be responsible for any contracts be may make HARDIN WAUACB Beaver Dam Mar 13 1931 S S S foGrosssale at Taylor Hunts Flnel Try them I Programme ItO f the Adelphlan Literary Society to j n pingQuartette E W Patterson E A Carter J A Rhoads B D Render Music Florence Morton Recitation J A Duff Music Debate Resolved that the South c Br11IngAffirmatlvef C W Moseley W S Young Ion Barrett Negative W T lull Mose Coppage A W BenaettMUIIeMose Coppage Biography of aome member ol the- SacletyE A Ellis Mnlsic E M Kimmel B A Carter A Assist Nature You have been told to hitch your wagon to a Itarthlt nature will atI- at you Thats all right There are times however when you should assist Nature and the spring Is one ot these timesOnow 0- eanse your system if you take Hoods Sarsaparllla the undertaking will be successful and your complex ion bright and clear Storm he well known Render Jack owned by F M Allen will stand at Center wn the season 1901 beginning first April 34 8t B Joallardseve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents IRJl H Williams inIOASTOnXABe- antb Tin Utei YC4 Han rs BDUltII Bifutan f Dr Colemans Reply EDITOR REPOBUCAK In your last issue I am talked about by one who I a sailing under the cognomen ol Squint Webster defines this wonGSquint to BBS OHUCOBLY NOT HAVING TUB OPTIC AXES OP BOTH EYES COINCIDENTTO DEVIATE p JROUnSquint has to say and his manner saying it It must be conceded that h onename over which to write and hence brwillIng until the axes of his eyes get straight and he becomes capable o IAking questions without squint Ing while I will attempt to disabuse the public mind of some misapprehen lions the matter ol edenkndiscusse the high prerogatives and function of Gospel Ministers I t it be I itsingbe preaching or any man who favor her a fopropose ornWatAssume all the Rights and Functions Gospel Preachers I care nothing for what any woman or man may think say or do about this matter but the is What do the TripturesLet no one say hereafter that Dr lemnfl Is fighting a woman It not the truth nor can any ode so In think or believe unless it be another Squint who can only see oblique The next question is as to the mands that I make of the person an who may propose to disease the fore going proposition with me I He must be a member of a church at holds and teaches the doctrine be co must affirm if be would debate with bl me If he is not a member oftI church that so holds teaches and practices I cannot entertain for a mo ex- ent a proposition to discuss this estIon with him who does nottob know that requirement is made in alt dignified and wtrlUregnlated debates Now where is such a church to be found Tn vain you will search for iu the confession of Faith Discip ne Articles of Faith or Declarations rh Religious belief among Jews or Gentiles Catholics or Protestants Baptists or Pedo Baptists yet he must ld membership in such a church or debate would simply drivel into a disgraceful personal quarrelnl2 fn the second place he must me endorsed as a competent rep- sentative at of the Doctrines oi hi I urch and that endorsement cat pie me only from the highest law mak g authority of the church of which may be a member tb Now It la singularly true that manydenomlnatlonl advocate the preaching so called of bt omen yet not one denomination hater S ventured to declare such doctrine QAndbeginningjustI1O UEvery Cloud Has a Sliver Lining The doads of bad Stood envelop have a silver lining in the shtpe f 4 specificlo remove them R Is Hxc- arsaparitlaAmerlcasS Greatest Medici which drives out alt impurities from the blood of elMer sex or Any age 1tod3a4Jaftaitt l I Tprepare the public mind to hear It am done noticing andanswering tqulba from small fry theologian The tact had just as well be undl stood at once that I am not anglerlng r minnows but am standing on the eternal rock of truth bobbing whales nor am I loaded for mice but for bear hence I now serve no tice that 1 shall take no further no tlce of any thing that may be said or rinted about this matter unless it- omes In due form and from a re sponslble source J SComif To allay pains subdue ton heal foul ulcers the most satis factory results are obtained by using Snow Liniment Price and 50 cents J H Williams m a Call for a Doctor We the undesigned citizens of Ro slue and vicinity ask the publicatio- ne a first class medical doctor to 10I cate in Rosine and pledge bin our practice Chas H Tally Virgil H Leisure I T Iglebart Fountain Peach RaymerVJoe Allen John Johnson A B Thomas J C Hatler Q o Kujrkendoll Oscar Stewart J E RaymerLDuncan arrison Peach W B Wilson wen Hnit J R Aahfotd W B Peach Wm Bryant J Thomas Allen J H Likens B E Child Wm Moore AwtryJQhno rear Crowder LVanDlver Ansel Wilson J W Pierce BryantWJ H Ragland J W Railey Rev B D Landon T W Peach RaglandJM M Keith Thomas Ashlord hn Keith H S Stewart P Rial R C Stewart W Ragland F M Hatlei H Hurt C B Foster B C James R T Hoover B Shroater J H Monroe Chas Crowder J W Thomas AwtryWI B Monroe Frank Tones O S Monroe James Jones M G Awtry lohn Dobbs Alvin Wilson Steve Kendall D W Royal Henry Baize L Boyd W A Pierce Robertson Grant Maiden Alexander Foster F W Maiden D M Fielden B Aldrage AldrageJ You can be cheerful and happy ly when you are well It you reel out of sorts take Herblue it wil- aceyou I up Price 50 cents Jh1 Williams m Good Cough Medicine for ChrlldrenI in recom mending Chamberlains Cough Rem y says E P Morgan a well own and popular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to oui children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping cough nnd has always given perfect satlsfac Sidruggistr children as it contained no opium other harmful drug Sold by Z ayne Griffin Bro m AIfS 8Icutue 1I IJfZIf 0 he Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Co jOperatingKentucky Indiana Mioslpslppl and connected by its Long Distance lint with all principal points fn thirty five States and Territories is establishin nexcharigeinRender McIIenry Centertown and a surrounding country They wish to make their service as oeservice to parties living In the country within a reasonable distance of the tinRtesandotber1nlormation wtainedlam Drug Store Hartford Ky FRANICFIERCII Managerta If you arc scrolulous dyspeptic wieumaticplaint general debility lacking 0 strength take Hoods Sarsaparllla It is not so much what the news papers say as what neighbor says tr ighbor o friend to friend that hu brought Chamberlains Colic Choleric l Diarrhoea Remedy into sucb general use It is as natural lor proloto express their gratitude using this trmedy as It Is for water to flow down hill It is the one remedy thatwhether a baby be sick with cholera infautum or a man with cholera mor rrsglIFor sale by Z Wayne Griffin So m 4 Educate Your Jtoneu mtu OucareU I BOa V 444434f4 f44 H4H43 J 44 + 44JI444 H 14i444444 REASONS FOR PARDONING I ALVEYingThis is the most barefaced and and political persecution that ever came rsabold and shameful conspiracy this man baa been selected as the helpless victim while others equally as guilty or more so i who seem to bask in the sunshine of official favor ore allowed absolute immunity from prosecution in the Jefferson Criminal Court hiss the prosecution been animated by an earnest and honest desire to stamp out all gambling in the city of Louisville Ifso then they would have met with the hearty cooperation of the chief executive in theIr eOorll and I standready now lIigare rlawsagainst gambling without partiality or favor to any one Has such been the case in the recent indictments and trials In Louisville The record before me and the information I OrhJve received certainly do not show it Why is it that indictments have not been returned against the most notorious igambler in the city And why is it that indictments against theybevengeancebecausesome others pnderaour statutes ought to be stamped out if possible by a rigid and impartial enforcement of the law I would gladly 25sce the city of Louisville freed from this vice but if it is allow I principlesyThis warfare seems to have been inspired not byan inten tion to suppress gambling but by a desire to destroy competi beyonddoubta oao of the most infamous bargains ever tolerated in any court conspicuousine Peter the Hermit in this oneeyed crusade against the gambling vice negotiated the deal claimed to act with the sanction and I approval of the court By this agreement which by the proceedings In court yes terday seem to be fully carried out these men were dismissed from the charges against them and by their testimony a verdict was secured against Alvey who either by reason of his competitive qualities or his political affiliations seems to have incurred the special hatredand animosity of the prosecution I have filed before me in what I am assured is the band writing of the Prosecuting Attorney before referred to affida vile which he prepared for these men to sign after the agree ment was made I copy the first paragraph State of Kentucky ts Jefferson County The affiant Logan Schwaner says this affidavit is made of his own freewill and accord without solicitation ofanyone He says he has been promised no reward of Immunity from punishment trial under the indictment pending against him in the JefTenon Ole cUlt Court If this handwriting is genuine as I believe it is then he sought to make these men sweat to what he andthey knew to be false Gambling is bad enough but perjury and suborna tion or perjury is worse and it is startling that such methods should be resorted to for the conviction of any one proeecutioeand this pardon to Alvey upon the assurance from that he will not again violate the Uw J 0 W BECKHAM Governor I 1titt111 t t Q 11111111 11111111111111 1111111111 II CERALVO KY Mr Francis White died March the 9th and was hurried here the loth He was an Industrious young man The six mouth old infant of Mr John Kimbly died the loth and was buried here the nth Miss Mamie KImbley Louisville is spending several days here Miss Nina Mllner Is visiting rela tives near Livermore A social was given at Mr W C Mortons Saturday night Mr William Duncan has moved to Mnblenberg Louis Notice- AdministratorI as of the estate ol Quintns S Taylor deceased will on Friday the nnd day of March 1901 near Paradise Ky at the resldense of las Taylor ofler for sale at public t cry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six mouths the l- otCeiling Thinall right ifyou are too fat an d allwrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthy a little more or less is- o great harm Too fat consult doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver n There tire many causes of getting too thin they allcome der these two heads over andunderdigestion Stop overwork if you can but whether you can or not ke Scotts Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil to balance yourself th your work You cant liven ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant cat unless it comes of doing no workyou cant ng and strongwithout some sort of activity Thogonulnohas xS is picture on It tako no other nottrIedoo sample Its a rooable taste will urrIsoSCOTT St BOWN- EChemists I 09 Pearl Street Now York iOc and 100 all druggists lowing personal property belonging to the estate of Qnlntus S Taylor deceased viz One horse six or seven years old About seventy five bushels of corn A lot of household and kltchea furniture The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price This March 2 1901 VOLNBY TAYLOR Administrator Twice Proven From tb Vindicator rtnlttrtordtooNC The editor of 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 rbenmatls in the shoulder from which he sufler ed excruciating pain for ten daYI which was relieved with two applica lions of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted 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 JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY amskiIagbstracttr omrenortbidpublleuquarATTENTION Remember that horses will have tbe best attention at my stable Uood Riggi and Buggies at all hours I have the best wheat in the world the Guana Bear Fertilizer Your patronage is earnestly solicited Rwp7 John GKeown HARTFORD Rough River Telephone Company UlroDtOaUD Talk being cheap ant necessary oU should patronizehome folks whew you can buy your own phonos build your own lines and bo in talking distance with the whole county and business polntlltenerallybyonly paying a rent to the Rough AtthewholoexpenatIf Hartford Ky for particulars We connect With lljIfttfNMtfMl CWpBfy tff ii- I jb j L t P4 CASIORIA and The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA X Af SAVE cTA1f YOUR ri TAGS 1f IfStAr tin tags showing small stars printed on under side of tag Horse Shoe T Good Luck Cross Bow and T Drummond Loot Tin Togs are ot equal value In secur r- l ing presents mentlorid below and may bo assorted T woman and child can find something on tho list that they would like to have and can have JfFREE TW e 1 iUb BoLo a I 1f I Knife one blade good Mcel m 1 Belo eK tncbei b4 CUM Bet Knife Fork md Bpooa13 I S Etlt one Pepper Set oar each goad I plate on nKtai Jfrupl DtWad npo aboUow ground Sad EnilUh SO La Cutter Unite triple plate best after CO T I Sonar Shell triple plate but qulltr 10 1O Boa eterUne ellrt 11 KnlfeKeenKutterf oltadea3-n liutcber Knife Keen KuUet 8ln li 3- Is 77 f U Nnt ee4 CTCckel end 1 Clctr shyer- plated I IS AuocUtlon beitgwlftjlm- leW Alarm CI Ck clcktl Ik I n T best Jif iCI50lIII aIx 0000 DsoJOgood hfII aFO t b JM in and For Infants Children I of unu 0 m TIN J Natural Everyman r- f d BIk is a JfForkmCr sea- N eau Inthn better made m1e J double 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MaIn Street ST LOUIS HO wnnnee VERMSFUCEltIFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies tWmi-1 aox33 xisr AXXJ aanTTOrOisTS irrp dby ++ JAMES F BALLARD St Louis r A BUSINESSEDUCATXON ceded It U ol tint Importance to prt your training nt the echoolthat etiinihi In ttie vorylront rank the Sryni Stratton Easiness College rOC cv zvo v TKICdltAllIY I ntllol book iilrlnKteiitlmonlali Irorn grsdaalnorrupyingprom IrreISIKIUTIIAiltl04 0 O OA C cilltlra n New Smith Premiers Nos 5d 60 The No6 takes paper 18 4 Inches wide and writes lines 16 Inches long The No S takes paper 1 I Inchon wida endarhelinee nlL tnrhea Inn Tbs new machines essential mechanical principles are the same as Models Nos 2 3 4un equaledW8mfor Printed Matter Free Itrnmiertypmnriler non ill i- J biefdeso Oie 6fn OradA 412 waluut Stroot Clnoinnatl Ohio I r rj f bf Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 15 JACK JOUETTS RIDE The ThrilllniT Story of a Brave Young Inkeepers Warning to Thomas Jefferson Paul Revere was not the only man who rode long and hard to warn pat riots that the British were coming in the days when the present entente be tween England and America was a thing undreamed of Worthy to rank with It was the the adventure of lack Jouetts a young Cborlottesville Inn keeper who rode thirty miles to save Thomas Jtfferson from rapture The story Is told in Nichols by R T W Duke Jr Jack shrewdly guessed that Tarleton would lollow the highway into the main road that led by the country seats the homes of the gentry Jack knew a shorter route and old disused road that would lead him to the river thence to Monticello and then to Charlottesvillenot a pleasant road to ride or drive though as picturesque a route as one often sees for on either aide grew great pine trees here and massive oaks there while dogwood and sassafras and sumac filled in spaces The road had once been a buffalo track and then an Indian trail then a wagon road for awhile but as no one worked it or changed the grade it rapidly washed into a succession of red gullies and became well nigh im passable So it had been abandoned many years and nature had covered up the scars made by animals and man and only in a few places could one have known that it had ever been used as a highway Broom sedge grew wherever there was an open space ferns ot a hundred varieties clustered in every hollow where water ran and the wild bramble ran riot everywhere In the shade Into this old road Jack pushed his horse and soon was dashing at full speed over bill and dale It was a dangerous ride even at a slow gate Deep gnl lies lay concealed under treacherously smiling wild flowers Ground hug holes offered pitfalls liable to break the leg of his steed overhanging limbs swept him in the lace and the wild brier tvtr and anon caught him in a painful and hurrassin embMct His lace bore for many years the scars left on his face by this brier which 111 tD VWINe OF CARDUIW million wartopnmatara Mitchell WI tut declining fhalth when Wine of Cardul performed a wonderful care roDieweeklyappearance phyatealofCardolorCardolburning eloquence WlNEOICARDN li within the reach of alt Women who druggistfornot take agbsntnte Irtel1dotoa70U Mn Willie Mitchell Booth Garton N CI BlackDraughtIn m ease ben a rreat enffcrer with filling of the womb and leneorrbota Del mr menu came every week for two months end were vsr band Indaved m to lrIMIol4Mand Dick Draught Cod how the lenoor rhor baa dUtppeaiad and 1 am restored to perfect health reelaldlteellonsrmMonifcTli JLadle Ad caChauanooae Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it Slow To FInd Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a f r setrean f unhealthy condl o lion of the kid V nays If It stains I linen It Is of kid FrFevidence too desire to pass It or pain In + the back I also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingItwine or beer andovercomesthat unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during day and to get up many times during the night The mild and tha extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized II stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need A medicine you should have the in50candblsizesYou wonderful discovery KVAV and a book that tells w moe about itboth sent 5k absolutely free by mall address Dr Kilmer do nooMofSvunpluot Co Binghamton NY When writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper climbs up trees to throw itselLfro one to another But Jack had notime knewIbe in Charlottesville and make the I governor and legislature prisoner I unless he could give them timely warning His mare was sure of foot sound ol wind and no other fox bun ter ever got the brush when Jack and she were in the hnnt So away he went touching her lightly with the spur now and then but ofterner cheering in the race with a merry whistle or encouraging word He had thirty miles to make lie could have as easily made filly on a good road as thirty through this wild erness At one point the disused road entered A field in sight of the Tarle tons legion waa pasinr and a Sew stragglers saw Jack when be dashed into the open They followed him with loud shouts and n pistol shot or I two bnt when he dashed into the woods thry abandoned the pursuit Once his mare fell her foot having j caught In a mass of brush and brier shejscrambleda common wealth depended on her In two hours Jack rode his thirty miles and paused in the ford just opposite the little hamlet ot Milton two miles from Monticello Only a mouthful of water did he allow his gallant bay to Sip and then he dashed up the river bank on throngh the streets of the village stopping not at anxious halls of men and women but merely shout TheIhe drew rein in front ol a quaint brick house on top of the now famous mountain He was a sljht too the darkles said His lace torn and bleeding from the wild brier thorns his gay blue suit covered with mud and dirt his mare covered with sweat and foam and panting as it her heart would burst through her sides Down from the porch in front of which Jack had halted came a tall thin roan dressed in a suit of nankne lace at his hand This man had clear spark ling blue eyes a thin skin under which the blood almost seemed start ing His hair was thin and curly and covered with white powder For a moment he did not recognize the rider Then as he drew nearer Why Mr Jouttts he said what brings you here and with your good horse so well nigh spent lack could only gasp The Brit ish Governor Tarleton and his men pissed Cnckoa tavern at six oclock this morning If your child Is cross or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms Whites Cream Vermifuge will re move the worms and its tonic effect retore its natural cheerfulness P Ice 25 cents J H Williams m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the SfSignature f- Married Ca ZT Zekf m Sam Jones Wife The notable Sam Jones ot Georgia was caught in the barbers chair a while ago while attending one of the Cbautonqua Assemblies in the North west The loquacious barber never having seen the veritable Sam started in cautiously Going to hear Sam JonesYes sir answered the victim hrough the lather Ever heard him betore Oh yes replied Sam- I suppose resumed the barber after a pause he will get off his jokes on the preachers and the people in generalI so responded Jones Wonder how much he gets for one of his lectures Oh I suppose as much as you take in in a month was the reply Well sir I wish I was bright enough or foolish enough to make people laugh by telling stories Some people think Sam Jones in fine and others say he is a humbug what do you think sir Veil answered Brother Jones slowly when people go to see a ghost they generally see Itwhen they go and let that old fool Sam Jones walk onto their toes and corns it dont hurt Jones at all Now I know him pretty well am a Southerner myself and with all his faults I like him I married Sam Jones wife And the tall lean Southerner threw down his dime and with a smile withdrewThe is recovering Selected Much pain and uneasiness Is cans by piles sparing neither age nor sex Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment cures the most obstinate case Price 56 cents in bottles tubes 750 J H Williams m p One Administration History will write down the first administration ot President McKinley as the wisest and the best the world has ever seen No ruler ban everbeen given such a vote of confluence and no ruler ever lived who more richly deserved it Assuming the reins of government when business of all Arbuck1esfamous Roasted CoiioP i BRasII 1 The low price Aat which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in another coffee at anywhere near the same price package article package the a r1 a o 1codNAK3 MAK3 hIIDREN CNIIDREd DU STS 11 restPic1 td THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill TonicI The formula is plainly printed on every bottlehence you ll know just what you are taking when you take Groves Imitators F do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy 1 their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains fl Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in Tasteless J form The Iron acts as tonic while Quinine drives malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves IS Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics arc imitations An analysis of outer chill tonics shows R that Groves superior to all others in every respect You m are not experimenting when you take Grovesits superiority I and excellence having long established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections I the United States No Cue No Pay Price soc ofIkinds were paralutd when our finan cial system was in a disorganizedI state when bond Issues were the or beII the mechanics tools had grown rusty i from disuse and his family rag ged and hungry when soup houses were maintained in the large cits lea when the farmer was without a market for his stock or his cropjwhen capital was idle and a war cloud hung like a pall over the country j Behold the transition 1 Why attempt a description It is I written in tvery happy andcnntented countenance and sounded on the breezes by the cherry blast of the fac tory whistle answered back again by the deep toned voice of the busy locomotive The whole land is flowing I with milk and honey Cuba the I Gem ot the Antilles has been liberat I ed from galling bondage rejuvenated and set on the highway to future I greatness Hayti Porto Rico and the rich Philippines have felt the quickening life giving touch of a benevoledt assimilation As a military power where civilization and christianity demand it as a leader in the financial manufacturing end ag ricnltural affairol the world we have taken our positional the head of the processions of powers It looks Incredible that such a transformation could have been wrought In the short space of four years and when we rev Sleet that the same hand is at the You also get with each a definite part in some useful Full information with each nj Save signatures m A a a the their the I is been long all I helm for four more such years every American citizen has cause to hug himself with jnyMt Sterling Ga zette The Siberian railway will cross aU I ofltheselarge number including such import ant ones as those over the Irtysb at Omsk 700 yards over the Ob at Xrivoshekovo 840 yards over the Yegissei nt Krasnoyarsk 930 yards I and over the Uda at Nijroi Udlmsk 359 yards r During the last decade our expot I trade with Australia hud increased in value more than 100 per cent and we now export to Australia tix timed as much as Germany does and stand next to Great Britain in the supply that commonwealth r No one State in the entire union could furnish n population great larlZtIulation of the country is found in the large cities Trees add much to the comfort and beauty of the home whether it be lo cated In the city or In the country They fcbouUl be set out in large holes that have been filled in to the proper depth with good rich soil Elm soft maple black locust catalp3 box elder salt in the order named are desirable trees Every planting should include some elms because they are long lived and more permanent than the others mentioned Continuous shallow cal tlvatlon is necessary f r success and if this 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