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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I Fine Job Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL OB8AN OF THE PARTY IN IBB FQOBTB CONRESIONAIOIIRIC Subscription 1 a year IIfVOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 5 1901 NoB7 S IlieWelCOme At the door from a happy healthy wife U Mmething which the husband looki boorIf7andhis face brightens u be bU pace to the smiling welcome of liw1fe- i Whit a difference in the horaecomin qf the man ti hoee nervousI ing neither heart nor strength tobe glad Many web a husband has worked a trans formation In hU bylearning I cure performed byDr PresciipIIddiseases of the I organabullda sera iadueeap ateepud the sickly woman happybelpineet I I I I flevelanoal cobol hi 1avorite and It Is shaohutely free from opium cocaine all other narcotics tltnMbittebhaavttiaedtiouaandwuflrtJby n la out Of year Mraonndam Hooka about blifOIIe bottle lbs fint da If nn eas 014b Wep Mic kid oat ileiC for thnc IeoaOr tan that It would cure her I f hodtkWe BOW bat a fine boy at our home o- u FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION HAKES WBAK WOMEN STRONG AND SICK WOflCN WELt I mOt ES nlli i M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will pretk bla prulMlan 1a all tU mutt ot Oklo sad 1Id 11roaollM aodrorlolApllI SptcUl MUntloo irttn to colloctlam ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW JlrllF ItT HY Will pnutlnliU prutwlon In all fbi eonrii ol Ohio euuaty sad Cart ut APIa lrojil aud- earWi 1 roooldraUo glyn all balaia eatruti4 to Ma TIndrpid TeIpbola once JNO B WILSON a ATTORNEY AT LAW t HARTFORD KY Sp Ul attention rlien to rollMtloai D- IIatnrt ar aloo Notary Public for Ohio conn ejr once north aid public annar O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARtroRII KY Will raetl btei rolM lon In all tbe mnrtaof Oklo and djotblacnutlcaaftdourt0I Alle- aIKat alTM to to ku cars OfflcalnCoAtfjaoOcelnronrtbonM F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW iiAfvrioitn KY Will prattle In In o rta ol Ohio fonntj and Court ol A ITompt attention trln to all bottDM eitruteJ to bla rAce one Is Herald gliding JE DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wi BTactlc hUijroealon Ohio and adjoin p neoiullefl Hpcrlal attcitUm alien to all boil w to bLt cat vSPHOBY- ATTOIWEY AT LAW FOR VIIE URNTCVIlY bI lon In all tb courts of ijftlIfJOHNP MORTON i ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY p Special attention rtren to all bnilnera entrust sto hIS car once In covrthonM O M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY VUIpractlwhUproleMloa In All tb courts iA Ohio and Rpedal attention will be alvin to all busIness entrUsted to kU race Collections A ip laltj E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practicable professIon In all tb courts ot Kentucky attratlon gIven to collections aettlemntol deredeifa e tntei toad caw and criminal practlc Office upstairs Orlffln block c J8R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW HARTFORD KY I Will lilt protmloa In all lbs court ot Ohio And adjolnlnuronntle nnd tbe Court of Apr attention dTen to all bnlneM tntmUd to bttt once In IUrtmuc bnlldlng R R WEDDING Attorney at Law I HARTrORD KT jWillpractice bli profouldn In thconrt ol Ohio dloll conntlM Notar PubliC 1 l Southern Railway Through ii bt nest Southern Htat- MKENTUOKYTENNESSEE r South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR I GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPII 1 5463 Mile Three Daily Tralae Between LoaIII I 1 and Leilnirton Obterratlon Chair Can Sal UAT and units LonUTlUlron 8reth = Union Depot connection wltb train ol liii lllilaU Central IlallroaJanJ I II 4 St U n It t ForlnformntoaaddrM A WBIDOX P 4 7 AJlf Are LoolnTtlle- Wu H TATI 01 AMbtaniQ P A LonbrlU d Manager 1 hMCVLPTraIflc iA eat II I EXTRACTS From DuRelles Opinion Re versing CantrillsConvic- tionof Caleb PowersI Instructions Erroneours and Highly prejudiced Court of Appeals of Kentucky Ca leb Powsr appellant vs Common wealth of Kentnckyappellee Appeal horn Scott Circuit Court Opinion ol the court by Judge Du RelicThis appeal is from a judgement of conviction In the Scott Circuit Conrt to which the case j was transferred by change of venue 10m Franklin count ty upon an lndlctmnt charging p pellant as accessory before the fact to the murder of William Guefrat The Indictment charges the murder to have been the result of a conspiracy between appellant and others and Is as follows uTbe grand jury ol the county of Franklin In the name cud by the aa tboilty of the Commonwealth of Ken tacky accuse Caleb Powers of the crime of being accessory before the fset to the willful murder of William Goebel committed as follows viz The raid Caleb Powers iu the said county of PranMtn on the 3011 day of January A D 1900 and before the finding of this Indictment unlaw Sully wllllully feloniously and of his malice aforethought and with Intent to bring about the death and procure the murder of William Goebel did conspire with W II Cnlton V W Golden Green Golden John L Powers John Davis Charles Finley W S Taylor Henry Youtrry James Howard Betray Howard Harlan Whlttaker Richard Combs and others to this grand jury unknown and did cours advise encourage all and procure Henry Youtey James IJow aid Berry Howard Harlan Wbllta ker Richard Combs and other per sons to this grand jury unknown unlawfully willfully feloniously and ol their malice aforethonght to kill and murder William Goebel which one of the last five above named per sons or another person acting with them but who is to this grand jury unknown so as aforesaid then and there thereunto by the said Caleb Powers before the fact counseled ado vised encouraged aided and procur ed did by shooting and wounding tbe said Goebel with a gun or pistol loaded with powder and other explo sives and leaden and steal ball and other hard substances and from which said shooting and wounding tbe said Goebel died on the third 3rd day ol February 1900 but which of said last above mentioned persons so as aforesaid actually fired the shot that killed the said Goebel is to this grand Jury unknown against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Kentucky- In the discussion of tbe questions Involved we shMl state such facts only as are necessary to a correct under standing of the questions considered and decided and those facts will be stated In connection with the ques tions to which they relate a TAYLORS PARDON On the trial a pardon was produced purporting to have been Issued by W S Taylor as Governor of Kentucky dated March to 1900 The production pi this paper was accompanied by filing what Is termed in the record a plea of pardon As we understand the law no plea was necessary The simple production of a valid pardon of the offence whereof appellant was charged would put an end to the pro ceedings and render void any pro ceeding thereafter taken in the trial In order to decide the validity of the paper produced as a pardon we must consUer the situation at the time it was Issued This court takes judicialnotice ottbe official Ignature ol any officer of this State Ky Stat Sec 1625 and Js presumed to know judicially who is the executive of the State at sup time the act is called in to question 22 Texas 570 See also 12 A and E Enclycl p 152 and notes It is conceded by counsel up on both vide that the court can take jiidiclil cognizance of the facts neces sary to the decision of thin question On January 30 1900 William Ooe beta member of tbe Kentucky Sen ate was shot by an assassin in the Statehouse yaid In front of the capi tal building HI Prankfoit qcd died some days later Title occurred dur ing a period of political excitement and bitterness perhaps unequaled In the history of the Commonwealth William Goebel William S Taylor and John Young Brown had be I cm dldates for the fficeof Governor of Kentucky at the precedlcg November election The State Board of Bite lion Commissioners elected under the act of March II 1898 examined and canvassed the returns of election and jabBed a certificate 01 election to W S Taylor who accordingly was duly in augurated as Governor took tbe oath of office and took possession of the State building and the archives and record appertaining to the ffice This did not give him an absolute is defeasible title to tbe office of Governor bnt his title WHS ohject to be de feated b tli ilrtetrainotion of a con test fni tht office Slate vfc Supreme Court 17 Wash 13 61 Am lot R 893 Until the certificate was set aside In some appropriate proceedings I he was entitled to retain possession and perform the duties of tbe office J without interference If tbe time should pass within such proceedings might be instituted that title became absolute and Indefeasible A contest was instituted by Goebel before the Legislature and was pending at the time of the murder as was also con tests before the State Board of Contest fur the minor State offices certificates of election to which had been Issued to the candidates nixm the same tick et with Taylor After the shooting the militia was called out by Taylor and the Legislature prevented from meeting In tbe State capital and at certain other places at which they at tempted to hold meetings The records of tbe Legislature show however that a meeting was held at which It was determined by the Leg islature that William Goebel and not William Taylor had been elected Governor of Kentucky and that J C W Beckham and not John Marshall had been elected Lieutenant Govern or After Goebels death Taylor re tamed possession of the Executive Building archives and records and continued to act as Governor fleck caplItalitol which WdS called tbe Governors office and be also acted as Governor There were thus two persons present at the seat of Governmenteach claim in to be Governor de jure and each assuming to perform the duties of the office Only one of them could by any possibility be Governor de jure andonly one of them could be Gov ernor de facto State of Nevada ex ret vs Blossom 19 Nev 312 II a JURY IRREGULARLY CHOSEN In the grounds relied on In tbe mo tion for a new trial it is stated that the court overruled tbe motion of appellant after the regular panel of the jury was exhausted to draw the re maining names necessary to complete the jury from the jury wheel It Is to be regretted that in a case con cerning which so much feeling existed the simble and easy mode was not adopted which would have put beyond cavil the question of the accused having a trial by jury Impartially lie lected This woald doubtless be done upon tbe succeeding trial We need not consider tbe depute be tween court and counsel which is complained of In the argument as it is not necessary to the decision of the case and in the natuie ol things con not upon a subsequent trial occur as It did in the trial now under review Complaint is made that the witness Watts was permitted to state a COO versatlon with an unknown person who made threats ofviolence concern Ing the Legislature It was alter ward shown by the witness however that he subsequently saw the un known person in the uniform of a Surgeant among the guards in charge of the Capitol square On the trial of oOensea committed In furtherance of conspiracies there must be considers ble latitude left to the discretion of the trial court In the admission of tes timony or circumstances tending to show that acts apparently Isolated have sprung from a common object AH said by Judge King in Common wealth vs McLean i Persons Pa 368 The adequacy of the evidence in prosecutions for criminal conspir acy to prove the existence of such a conspiracy like other questions of the weight of evidence is A question lor the jury This testimony seems to have been admissible to go to the jury for what it was worth in support of the theory of tbe Commonwealth as to the nature of the consptrcy chargedThe as to the admission of evi dence in such cases is nowhere better stated than In Carsons edition of Wright on Criminal Conspiracy p 218 Says Mr Carson The concise yet comprehensive statement of Mr Archbold may be accepted as a correct epitome Where ver the writings or words of any of the parties charged with or implicat ed in a conspiracy can be considered In the nature of an act done in furth crance of the common design they are admissible in evidence not only as against the party himself but as proof of an act from which inter alia the jury may infer tbe conspiracy it self wherever tbe writings or words of such a party amount to an admis son merely ol his own guilt and can not je deemed an act done in furtherance of the common designIn that case they can be received in evidence merely as against the party and not as evlderce of the conspiracy and in strictness ought not to be offered in evidence until alter the conspiracy had been proven aliunde but wherever the writings or woids of such a party not being in the nature of an act done In the furtherance of tbe common design and not to secure himself they ought not to be received in evidence fir any purpose C C II TH2 CONTENTIONS OP TUB COMMON WEALTH There stems to be no material or substantial difference of opinion among the members of this court iI- to tbe propriety of such a limitation as we have indicated The dlflerence Is upon the question whether tbe fail ure to give to tbe jury such a limitation of the doctrine was prejudicial error To consider this question we must rtfr to the contentions on be half of tbe Commonwealth and the accused as rhown by the evidence On behalf of the Commonwealth tbe evidence was directed to show that there existed a bloody minded con spiracy having for its ohject the kill ing of various members of tbcLegla latnre andespeclallythe killing of Goebel that tbe accused who held a certificate of election as Secretary of State and whose office was in contest j was a party to this conspiracy with full knowledge of its atrocious object and in pursuance and futherance thereof was instrumental in bringing armed men to tbe State Capital to as sist in Its execution On the other hand the evidence for the defense was directed to establishing the fact that the men who were brought to Frankfort were brbught for the pur pose of peacefully assembling petU lions tbe Legislature in the exercise of the privilege guaranteed to them as citizens in the Bill of Rights and that such of them as hare arms hire them openly and solely for the purpose ol self protection Between these two extremes of object in tbe proof ther was room for many varieties of purpose which might be ascribed to the assemblage and there was some evidence to sup port almost any o the theories which might thus be constructed There was evidence to support the theory that tbe assemblage was for the purpose of impressing tbe minds of the members of the Legislature by the physical presence of a large number of men This might be regarded as a species of intimidation and need not Imply the Intent to do actual violence And this view was submitted by the court to the jury though without the necessary limitation as to the effect for by the amendment the jury were instructed that the purpose was un lawful it It was to alarm to excite terror or tbe Itfllctlon of bodily harm There was undoubtedly evi dence to support the theory that there was a combination that the purpose ofthe assemblage was to alarm and to do nothing else Whether that evidence was to be believed or not was a question solely for tbe jury under proper instnctlons The ac cused bad the sight to have the jury pass upon the question whether that was the sole object of the assemblage and upon the further question whether the killing of Goebel necessary or probably would result from such an assemblage It will not do to say that because the Judges would have disre garded such evidence bad they been jurors at the trial it Is not prejudicial for the jurors are the sole judges ol the weight of the evidence and to bold otherwise would be for the court to assume to perform those functions which from time Immemorial have been regarded as within the sacred province of tne jury It was said by Judge Lewis in Bow lln vs Commonwealth 94 Ky 395 In fact it Is not the province of the lower court any more than of this to weigh evidence for the pur pose determining whether a person on trial for his life is entitled to an Instruction as to manslaughter But If there Is any evidence tending to show the homicide is of the degree of manslaughter the accused Is entitled to an instruction upon that hypoth asia See also flush vs Commonwealth 77 Ky 269 Buckner vs Common wealth 14 Bash 603 Brown vs Com monwealtb 14 bush 398 In Gibson vs State 89 Ala 121 18 Am St R 101 it was said The testimony ot the defendants themselves tended to support every phase of the instruction requested It mattered not that this testimony may have sprung from parties deeply Interested and have been contradicted by many disinterested witnesses so as to be entitled to but little weight in the estimation of the till Judge It was for the jury and not the court to pass on the credibility of the witnesses and the sufficiency of the evidence lIvery prisoner at the bar is entitled to have charges given which without being misleading corectly state tbe law of his case and are supported by any evidence however weak insuffi dent or doubtful in credibility The charge under consideration was a cot rect enunciation of the law and being supported by the evidence its re fusal must operate to reverse the jude ment of conviction McDaniel vs State 76 Ala I a a ERRONEOUS AND HIGHLY PREJUDICIAL We are clearly ot opinion that tbe instuctlon aa given was not only ere rooronn but highly prejudicial VThis Instruction should be qualified i by requiring tbe jury to believe that I the murder was committed in furtherance of the conspiracy and was the necessary or probable results of the execution of tbe conspiracy The eighth instruction is as follows IThe jury can not convict tbe de fendant upon tbe testimony of an ac complice unless such testimony be corroborated by other evidence tending to connect the defendant with the commission of the offense and the corroboration Is not sufficient if it merely shows that the cfiense was committed and the circumstance thereof It Is objected to this instruction that it permits the jury to find guilt from the unsupported testimony of more than one accomplice and ins BtrScUon B No 2 was asked bjr the defense in these words iTbe evidence of an accomplice in this case is not sufficient to convict unless the same is corroborated by other evidence tending to show the commission of the offense and con fleeting the defendant therewith and the evidence one of accomplice or co conspirator does not and can not cor roborate another accomplice or co- conspirator Tbe Instruction asked and refused may not be strictly accurate in form for it may be said that while one ac complice by his testimony alone or at least may corroborate another nevertheless the idea is accurate that they do not corroborate each other for the purpose of conviction In the ab sence of other testimony The jury should have been told that they could not convict tbe defendant upon tbe testimony of an accomplice or accomplices unless such testimony be corroborated by other evidei ce tending to connect tbe defendant with the commission of the offense and the corroboration Is not sufficient if it merely shows that the offense was committed and the cIrcumstances therefore In Robertsons Crim LwIv a p 1076 it is said If more accomplice are produced as wit nesses they are not deemed to corroborate each other In United States vs Logan 45 F R 872 it was held that a conviction for a conspiracy can not be bad on the uncorroborated testimony of a cocon- spirator nor can conspirators corrob orate each other See also i Green Evsec 381 and Smith vs Com monwealth IJR 369 This is dls tinctly recognized in Blackburn vs Commonwealth iiBush 181 a a EIGHTH INSTRUCTION ALSO ERRONEOUS It is agreed that this was erroneous but there is variance of opinion as to whether it was prejudicial Unless we can assume to invade the province of the jury and weigh the evidence this instruction was necessarily pr j ndlce or at least may have been so The most material testimony upon the question whether the conspiracy was to murder was that ol confessed accomplices and if the jury In the exercise of their prerogative disbe lieved tbe other eveldence upon this question they might have reached a different conclusion had they been told that they cond not convict upon the uncorroborated testimony of ac computes Our views upon this question are sufficiently stated in con sldering the prejudicial character of tbe seventh instruction For tbe reasons given thejudgment is reversed and cause remanded with directions to award appellant a new trial and for futber proceedings con slatent herewith The whole court sitting Chief Jus flee Paynter and Judges White and Hobson dIssentInga White There is Life There is Hope- I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little Elys Cream Balm cured ItMarcus G Shaulz N J The Balm reached me safely and the effect is surprising My son says the first application gave decided re lief Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N H The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 or mailed by lily Brothers 56 Warren St New York I CaSOX on A0 BarstsIll KIIdYISIIYIA1WIIBHght BlgBitru Y pIt h Tbe Best Blood Purifier The blood Is constantly being purified by the lungs liver and kidneys Keep these organs in a healthy condi tion and the bowels regular and yon will have no need of a blood purifier For this purpose there Is nothing equal to Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tabletsone dose of them will do you more good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier Prlcn 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Broa drug store m Prohibition in Kansas Our prohibition legislation hasbe en through the courts and the result in a few words Is that in Kansas any thing in the nature of a drinking can loon tIppling shop dram shop or MARSHALIThanks Peruna For His Rapid Recovery From Catarrh sv II a I JVrrI EXUNITED STATES MARSHAL MATTHEWS OF MISSISSIPPI non 8 B Matthew exUnited Stat Marshal of Mls le lpplln a recent letter to The Pernna Medicine Company of Columbu OhIo written from Hazelhnrst MIssasys dillI am happy to say that I am cured of catarrh and need no more attention from you It Is a great satisfaction that I am able to write you that Peruna has In my case done all that you claim and that I will need no more medicine The great multitude take this remedy without any other adrico than the direc tion to be found upon the bottle and in u joint is unlawful from any and every point of view Intoxicating liquors may be lawfully sold iu Kansas for medical mechanical and scientific purposes only and nobody other than a legally permitted druggist may sell for these purposes Hence tbe per son whom we designate a joint keep er deliberately and defiantly puts himself outside the law every time he sells a glass ol whisky or a mug of beer to any person for any purose Furthermore tbe place in which he carries on the unlawful traffic was long ago declared to be a public nul sauce This class of legislation difUra from criminal laws generally in one important particular If a horse be stolen a house burglarized or a man be beaten or robbed the offence is primarily one against property or per son and hence it is presumed that the personal interest of the individual most immediately concerned is suffi dent to move him to give Informa tion of the offence to tbe outboratles but in the case of unlawful liquor selling the offence is neither against person nor property The person who buys the liquor wants it for his own use He asks for it pays for it and drinks or carries it away for In ture use The offense is not against the person nor his property but against all taken as one that the selling has sinned No one person is more interested In the transaction than another for all are equally con cerned as citizens or residents of the State It is not such ou offense as ordinarily and naturally move the average citizen to notify the law officers even if he were present at its comtUs Mon and knew all about it The of fence being against the public obvl ous public officers ought to look alter the case And If the county attor ney fails or refuses to proceed or If for any other reason this law is not iniorced in any county the attorney general of the State is required to ap point one or more assistant attorney generalsps many as he sees fit for that countyfor the purpose of en forcing this paiticular law It will thus be seen that our laws and legal machinery are amply sufficient for the complete execution ol the prohibitary law in every part of the State and it is a fact that whenever and wherever the c Cicero that are charged with its execution have faithfully done their duty as tbe law provides there has been no more difficulty In enforcing this la than there has been in enforcing the law against any other of fenceIn a carefully prepared report by an experienced and thoroughly competent agent of the State Temperance 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ourt1eta 8100 nlarjr guaranteed jroarlj t coramluloM udzpnaesrapldadraneement old ntablUh oJ boo Omd thane lot earnest nan or woman to MCUI pleasant permanent pooltloo liberal Income and future New brilliant line Write at once Mtia eTLEFOItU iiusa33 Church 81 Sew llnvrn Conrt Hughes Chill Tonic Pa1atab1eBetterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC AiwellaiA urinrfor C1IIIL8 and FE VEliS Malarial Frera Swamp irer and DU lou Fren It Never Fails Just what you need nt this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Unaranteed by your liurgtti Dont take anr substitute Try ittoe std floo PREPARED B- YRoblnsonPettet Co S7UO INCOBIOBATK- DJLoulsvlllo Ky t W1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL S LOX RonlRNIdllar OJ cc tO cs 1vHH = = I oUC1 Cu lancSHH44 giutd FIdivs bjt 9i HatfordPb Cotncerpoiatt- dIitmd tHartfQld pastalficllS Slcandclassmall mattel REPUBUCANTICKET For Rprutalhi AIAIH8BENNETT e e For County Judge roN KOGKMS For County Court Clerk 118 JlAGLlNIt ForConnty Attorney H L ilEA IUN for Nbrrlll cAL I KEOWN ForHctiool Niiperlntrndrut JAHKN DEWEEE For J llrWIL0MAS II IILACU For ArrFIIANU LOWE ForKnrvryor JOHN ii woon1 For Coroner DBM fc DAVIS r OUR ARGUMENT UNCONTRO VERTABLE Since our advent into journalism it LaB been our purpose to deal In facts and figures regardless of the die pleasure of our supposed contemporary We consult no man counsel no lawyer nor advise with any one as to what we shall or shall not die cuss We think for ourselves and write independent of an auumed cd tior or A Q Benton end we trust that our constituency honor us for our independence but it comes to us as a surprise that a man incapable of selfdefense on his editorial stafl who descends to the level of writing mys terious letters under anonymous names in the attempt to slander a gentleman should see in our conduct that which makes men odious in our editorial comment billjngtfiate and opprobri urn for the man of practices tea nothing but evil deeds in the acts of the righteous In reference to our public conduct the Herald ot Wed nesdiy contained the following Belnft reminded by a Beda nbcillxr that IU bit IMUO did not contain tbe usual amount ol about tor JodlW Mllcr nod Offd to crap op all the qnntloMot lntm t which the public expects ot It the top4lne hMt hiutruii to aiinre the InqnlrtoR subscriber that It bniToInmw of t llllnRi Kiitt yet In tore which U will produce a little later on Thli annrnntehoMTer wan not need ed to prepare the public forahat It hate been led to expect ol the topline sheet It etarted the campaign by calllnR Judire Miller one ol the vilest and mot Ininltlng ammo In the Engltah laUKUdireand what to yet to come nt Itn hood the public can well Mote It is here charged that wo reveled in billiingsgate in commenting on Judge Millers course which meane when analyzed that we have been dealing in a manner not only discourteous but odious Kind reader nothing could have been farther from our intention We merely in our argument on Judge Miters political conduct gave facts whicu tbe tlenl and Judge Miller know too well are true and which the Hfrild refutes to argue with us In 1897 the Popu lIt party met in convention and uom inated Judge Miller us a Poptilis be accepted tbe nomination as a Populist went before the people as a Pop ulist indorsed by the Ieuiocrets dc clared in bis various ijj ecchea over the county that be wt a Populist candidate for County Jiilge indorsed by tbe Democrats was voted for as a Populist elected as a Populitt anti has time and again since 97 declared his fealty to tbe principles and doctrines of that organizitiou Judge i Miller arent the foregoing state menls true The same question is submitted to the Herald cribe We insist that these statements are facts admitted both by Judge Miller and the Herald As proof we submit the report of the speaking at McHenry in 09 as given by the IlenW Judge Miller made a upend at McHenry Monday night ae ho had Dif ed to do In behalf ol Mr Htewarti candidacy for the Icjr1 latore Mr Itotren ot toe HKPCDLICAN went to Ucllrnry to hear abe t be had to1IJ and then wlnhed be had not gone Judge Miller said In opening big peecb alter rending the above article that the tateninenU It contained were lulteboode and known to be lalwe by the author when be wrotetbem UK THEN HTATCD THAT III WAH A IOITSIHT AI SO UNIt HAD AHKKIHIIS1 TO VOTE OUt WEAK roll Mil auKUKI Oil HIM TICKET In view of the fact herein submit ted it was aetonubing to us that bis history should be dewed by Judge Miller himself when tho Democratic nomination for County Judge wee sought by himself antia Democrat however its true as the following card will bear f witnessA To TilE VOTEU or Ouio ucxnI have heretofore In renponw to certain friend ol mine made what 1 conceive to lie a clear and explicit Matcment ol my polltltal position l iMt there booM lie any tul apiirehenilon i however In tho mind ol any man on thloub 111 will odd tu what I hare already stated that lnt the adoption ol the Chicago plat to rin by the Itomnrratlc Xolouul Comreii tlon In ltOt and the reafllr Cation ot this platform by the Democratic party In u0I S tuokr I 1MB liKEi AND AM NOW A DEMOCRAT At vndentand the things oar to constitute party affiliation In thU country are Stat allegiance to party platform and reread upport ol party non inee I had lupponed that my political ponltlon a here deOned was clearly understood by my friends In this county and I truat there tao be no longer any room for mUapprehen lion on tEa subject II nominated lor ConutyJudge by the Dem ocratic convention which meets In Hartford out Monday I eipect to be nominated as a Democrat and shall auk the nomination ai n Democrat I shalt submit to the action ol that convention and cheerfully oplort its nomlneee whoever they tony be on thi Dem ocratic platform which that convention will adopt Very respectfully March 11N1 J 1 MILLER We sincerely regret that a man oinnot repeat history in this country in a very simple manner too without incurring the ill will of a contempora ry But then we console oureelvei with the fact that A O Benton is our contemporary We may have gone too far and erred in charging that our esteemed friend tbe Judge was a Populist in 96789 and 190C We admit that we should have had good authority before bringing such agrave charge against him andas we thought we had good authority his own words deeds and acts for in stance What man refused to ac cept his conviction aa genuine in Di He told us that he was a Populist then and now asks us to believe that i he has been a Democrat all this time while he has been fooling the people but we mutt decline with regrets It what ho said in 97 was true tits con fession above quoted is untrue and vice versa We acknowledg that wo referred to him as a political her maphrodite but the noun was modi fled by the qualifying adjective po litical which referred only to his pol ides as is known by all save idiots We venture the assertion that from his own record as recorded in history no man can truthfully say that be is a Democrat or that he is a Populist THE OBSERVER CAUSED IT The suggestion of our Beaver Dam Observer opened up an avenue for greater political enlightenment than we bad first thought but when the bnl is once opened the results are very much a matter of conjecture Since our last issue an old friend has given us some very valuable information on the subject of perpetual officeseek ing Its a relic of 77 and 78 bear ing the signature of tbe then County Clerk This document not only substantiates Observers reasoning that Mr Smith is an officeseeker of the old school but it charges him with having been engaged in selling out the Democratic party and this too by a true blue Democrat In 1877 Sam E Hill carried this county 868 for State Senator over J N Pphelps Independent while Dr J W Meador Republican carried the county 53 over W D Coleman Democrat for Representative It was thought very strange that Hill should carry the county 80S and Coleman lose it by 53 in tbe same election Dr Meador was a very popular gentleman ami proved a formidable rival for MrColctnan but popularity alone could not have won ill those days for Republicanism was decidedly iu the minority It was learned after tbe election that Mr Coleman bad been sold out by A B Baird a relative of Mr Hill and Mr T J Smith The records showthe Dear Davie letter for instance thai the shrewdest Republican in tbe coun ty was feut for who should come in to Hartford this evening andsee in This gentleman came and went to Bartletts district tomorrow the result of the elect JD better tells what effect coming to tee us had than wt can possibly tell it Hill Democrat for Senator 140 Coleman Demo crat for Representative 97 On ex amining tbe poll books of Bnrtletts precinct for the year 77 we find that 51 voters cast their ballots for Messrs Hill and Meador As Messis Baird and Smith did not disturb the peo ple here Dr Meador received a handsome vote in Hartford districts while Mr Coleman fell down consid erably That tbe public may under tatd just how the people vote iu Hartford when left to vote their sentiments we give the official vote- S E Hill 451 Coleman 280 Thus we see Colt man was defeated by Davies coming to tee us and Mr Smith letting the people vote their entiments in Hartford Hartforda two precincts gave Hill 108 more than Coleman while Barlletis gave hill 43 more than LsIeman I The people should always have the right to votd without the interfear ance of the political manipulater but political history proves to us that Mr Smith dues not leave tbe people free to vote their sentiments when he is a candidate neither does he intend that they shall vote their sentiment iu he contest this fall because ho knots too well that his name would bo Dennis without the proper adjust sent of a large corruption fund Just who of his colleagues Mr smith will trade ofl in this contest is a question too deep for speculation That he will do whatever he considers necessary to electselfgoe8 undlaput tIllsubstantiateSoon after Mr Smith and myself declared ourselves as candidates It came to be wifpered about that Mr Smith had been concerned in someway in a political sellout We who are never concerned Incorrupt bargaiiis and sales opened our eyes in astonishment to know that one Democrat bad carried Obio county by 800 majoity and that another an old graybeaded man a man of unim peacbable record bearing the scan of many a hard fought contest was defeated for office We said to our selves can such things be and not overcome us like a Bummer cloud Murder will out and at midnight graveyards yawn it is said and Ini sheer selfdefense Mr Smith produced tbe following document HARTFORD KENTUCKY I August 5th 1877 j MR D L SMITH Dear Sir If you will go to the Bartletta District tomorrow in thi interest of S E Hill against Phelps and try and contiol the Republica vote of that District for Hill we wil on our part here make no fight again Dr Meadur but leave the peopl free to vote their sentiments for Representative If you consent to this comp into Hartford this evening and see uc We are very respectfully c A B BAIRD T J SMITH Dear DavieI think we had bet ter accept this on the part of J W Meador Come to Hartford this evening Your friendJ MARKS A P HUDSON I give it without comment Look at it read it scan it take its mete and bound with a compass if you will call to your aid the scholars of the land use your own commonsense anti judgment and tell me whether or not here may be found the secret of Mr Colemans defeat T IT would seem strange that it these men Powers and Howardwere not guilty then no one deserves pun tihment for the killing of Mr Gee belays tbe Herald Strange ar gument but the real secret of that whole prosecution It was first to hang Taylor and damn the Repub lican party but failing in this they tbe conspirators concluded to hang Howard and pen Powtfs and In the estimation of the good people of Kentucky they have succeeded In damning themselves everlastingly The better element of the Democratic party has become disguised with the Tom Cambpell and Judge Cautril prosecution and lung for the endofthe infamous proceedings IT would seem tbe part of prudence for the people to select such men lot office as have good records It would not be wise to entrust the finances o the people to the care of any mae whose standing in society has been at tamed through questionable means Tbe people should look out fur their own interest in Ohio county IWERt it not for embarrafsiug the i Democratic candidates before tbe people ot Ohio county we wouldask them this question Are you willinj to abide by the verdict of the people to be recorded on the filth of next November But under the existing circumstances we defer the questioi for tbe present IWE conies that we may be slow of and there are a few i things that we cannot fathom We with good Democrats are anxious tr I know what the head of the Democrat ic ticket is going to do with that foot- I be bad on the Democratic party neck in 97 Does be still bold it I there WE fail to understand why the small fries are centuriog Funston fur capturing Aguinaldo Anything is jfair in war says the old adage anti Aguiiraldo would not fight and could out run Funetou strategy was the only thing left tbe Americans and this Funston emplqyed as no other could A LIFELONG Republican thiaIICAN and we hardly think it deserves our notice any more than to claw iti with A O Bentons IWE productioneI regret to learn has agalu attempted to take the IHeI of Dr Piuer They are both dents of Hopkiosville Haie sbot- Dr Piner last fall inflicting a painful wound WE do uot understand why a man should desire to return to Jail after once experiencing the displeasures andI humiliation attached thereto but such is the case we learnIJUST bow many the new Commissioners will create remains a matter of j To the Colored PeopleI Next Sunday is to be Indeed a great day at the colored Baptist church in Hartford Great preparations have been made and there will be three ser vIces held during the day 1115 230 and 820 There will be the very best of preaching throughout the entire day Let everybody who desires to enjoy a grand Raster be sure to go out and help in the grardThytaZespecl- illy for tbe pastor Rev II May who leaves Monday lor a trip to Ten nessee Alamama and Florida Every body Invited LARKIN HINES Assistant Pastor Ohio County to be ReapportIoned OHIO COUNTY COURT M P Tichenor c on application for reapportionment of the county in Justices Districts This day M P Tichenor and others in open court filed notice am made application for the appointment of Commissioners to rcappottiou Ohio county into Justices Districts and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that tbe notice of the application has been duly given by posting copies of said notice at tbe court house door In Hartford and in three public places in each Justices District twenty days prior to and next before the applica tion it is ordered and adjudged that G B Likens J R Shnltz and S C Roberts citizens of Ohio county over twentyone years of age no two ot whom reside in the same Justices District be acd they are hereby appointed Commissioners to reappor tion the County of Ohio into not less than three nor more than eight Jus tices Districts pursuant to Section 1082 Ky Statutes Said Commissioners will after be ing sworn and within twenty days hereafter lay off fix and establish the boundary line of the districts and file in the office ol the County Clerk a report in writing showing the boundary ol each district with the estimated population of ach J P MILLER Gone to Rest On Match 26 1901 the grim monster of death visited tbe home of Mrs John W Hobbs near Herbert and snatched from them their little boy Vernon C Little Vernon aged one year and ten months died 01 whooping cough and pneumonia af ter an Illness of only a lew da 8 The remains were burled at Mt Etna in the presence ol a host ol friends and relatives To father and mother and grandparents who loved him so well would say weep not for the little one is in heaven meet him there where all is love peace antI joy A D not leave home on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed and cannot be procured while you are on board the cars or steamship It is pleasant safe and reliable For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Black Diamond Will stand at my stable rear Small house the present season ot 1901 and will serve mares at 6 oo to insure a mare with foal Money due when facts arc ascertained or mare trans erred mack Diamond is 14U hands I mealriP M Allen Smallhoupe Ky 3Jtf Strength and Endurance Are factors 01 the greatest Ul ceSS No person can do full justice to himself without them In no season of the year are they more easily exhausted than in tbe spring We need not ditcusc tbe rersan f r this here Its enough to say there is lone and that Hoods Sarsaparilla gives strength and enJnriuce a thousands annually testify All persons having claims againrt R W Blankenships estate will file same with me at Beaver Dim Ky on or before My i 1931 and have them properly proven 33t8 W R ClIINN Admr r r Many a school k girl is said to r2be lazy nn- dshiftlessrfwhcn she fY doesnt deserve IVthe least bit of ft f easIlyvand tired all the time And what can you expect Her brain is being fed with impure blood and her whole system is poisoningSuch fully helped and greatly changed by ta- kingAYTZS sarsaparilla F i Hundreds of thousands J of schoolgirls have taken yearsManyhave homes of their own They remember what I cured them and now mediI Vt Sarsaparilla that has been centurypL If your bowels are consti V pated take Ayers Pills Yours cant have good health unlessr thebowelsraydyipepian 121803 lJatbN T- Wflta the Doctor whsieecmidoelrrrorrpit w cost Attnu I UcJO ATEH lowell Nice 4 4 ITitus It Was and Thus It IsIThere Is Jai P Miller in the race for fur County Judge Who longs to hold the honors if he do have to fudge Dut lying in his foot prints since Are the trails cold and slimy of theI dreaded serpentine A long time hed been hopln lair for tunes smiles to meet In shape of ficlal hon nsjcst any thing hed greet Republican Granger GieetbxcVer bath he been Populist Detuociat just any thing to win But theres a turning point however in the worldly fairs ol men In the search for filthy luchre or of fices to win Bonaparte and Hannibal Goebel acd Bryan too All met the eternal late of doom as you will have to do Alert rough and ready stantleth Rogers in your way Eager anxious standing panting to join you in the tray And when the Ideas of November shall again have rolled around You will find yourself lying vanquish edlying vanquished the ground i Grotemustachebeardhe wore fbe bat on the side oi his heed His poctttts rammed and crammed chuck lull of dough Pull ol dough from the public crib Sheriff Clerk Representative door keeper have I been And hardly am I satisfied yet With your gracious consent County Clerk Ill be again And my pocketsfrom your coffers Ill stuff Forty thousandlmade from the office you gave And another thirty thousand Id like It is only my share of what there there My portion is alllll take Oh no Tom Jell the people will say Youve hid a great shareandyour day Mose Ragland a very fine man is b- And by tbe eternal our clerk shall be Now prudence will say Tom Jeff conlt away Your attention your business demands There is nothing more true than Rag landll beat you So youd better come away while you can SUSANA hwfesa Cnnnol be lured by local apjlkationi they rennot ieach th diseased portion ol i Mir There U only on way to cure denture and that U hj rontlti tlonol rBdl IlMlteM U fnnrd bjr nn Ii flamed ranilltlnn of the mucous linings ol lhe RaitachUn Tube When thU tube mu inflame you han a lumbllox oand or Imperfect hmrtuK and ohm It u entirely tlmwd flmfimu is tok snitnnd nnluwtbe inflimnmtlon rent out find tbl toll restored to Iu normal rondl tlonb arloR will be ilt jed forever nine ens Dolor tn art ranwd by mtanh which Is Doth tag bntan Inflamed condltlod ol tbtmncqont cur faces We sill KIn One Hundred Dollars lor nay cc ol DealueM reused br ratarrb that ran not t- curedby I llairattitarrh fan Mend lor drrnlun free F J ilENET A CO Toledo O Hold br nrnnrUM Kr llnlla Famllj iiiinre the best COAL We aim to keep ont a good supply ol coal at the old Elijah Miller bnk Will also deliver coal on shmt notice Horsefeed provisions and merchandise taken in exchange also I a farm good wagon a horse and dire harrow very cheap Poxtoffice unit I ford E M MILLER 4 Tho Cumberland Telephone r Tologaph Co- IlseOIllOIlTEII Operating exchanges and toll Hut in Kentucky Indiana MiesUslppI and connected by its Long Distance lint with all principal points In thirty five States and Territories establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive ned valuabe us possi ble and nuke a specialty ol furnishing service to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other information may br obtained at the exchange over Will Urns Drug Store Hartford Ky PRANK PIERCE Manager 10 Marion Kookr manager for T M Thompson a large importer of lice millinery of 1658 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late lie vere weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work during tbe day One ot my milliners was taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time which sedrueitt reline her in quicky that I bought some for myself I acted like magic nnd I begun to tui prove at once I nra now entirely well and frel very pleased to askmml edge its merits Por sac b Z Wayne Griffin ft ITro tu Storm The well knows Render Jick r- by F M Allen will tRndAt Cent i town the season 1911 beginning fin otApril 34 8t i Hello Here We Are H O ShicuteiH Floating StnJir wilt be it Rockport Match 2 uh anSI remain until April 2211dnd will o1 to Ceralvo April 22nd and rtrru iin un UI My lit antI from there tu South Carrollton MAV told and remain until May 13th then he toes to Swallhonse May 13th and remains until May i6b nut to Curtley or Humphreys lands ing May i6th and remains until May 8th then to Point Pleasant May the 8th and remain until May 22nd Wheat Optlook Improved The rains and pretty weather of the past month brought out the wheat crop woudeifully and thousands oil 1 RhC6DUaUSIU Rheumatic are the cries of protest mil distress front tortured muscles Joints and excited nerves The blood has een rationed by the accumulation of I waste matter In the system and ran no longer supply the pure and sustain Ing tood they require TIll whote Istem feels the of acid ansnot until the blood has been purified brought batIt to a healthy will the aches and pains cease Mrs 3571Cc Kei of Itlath imt N U 0- washington C Il af fotiowli A few months ago I lad an nark of bcUtic Rheum t liMit In IK wont form TllrIAln was in Intense becatne tratol Tlieattaikwatan uniuuallr severe one and my condition was regird edaa Ulngvtry dsger Otis I was attended one ot the Inot able doc ton In WA hlngton who u alto a number fie utty of a ics4inc toolkit I he Iletnid me i i I to ceintiuue IiprtKrlP lions and I Itet After baring lined I istire times without recttvtnk the lIcht1t benefit I continue hU treatment any longer II lnrheardolMIS8wltiiSped6cl recommended for Kheumatlim I derided I l iii Iereir however to give the medicine a inst lad after I hd taken a bottles was able to bobbie around on crutches and lOOK there alter had no un dtfttMesdrtharlnz i cured rae sound LiICaIIIssstile great vegeutbit tonic ideal remedy in alii troubles I re are no opiates or I minerals in it to disturb the digestion ant lead to ruinous habits onjPltenmatism the kind in existence It will be tent free i to anyone desiring it Write our phrsl dana fully and bout yourcase I make tin chanre for medical t i s SWFT SPECIFIC co ATLANTA GA i acres in this and adjoining coun ties which farmers calculated plowing up to put in corn are now green and bid lair to make n good mond PantHgraph cropRlchI If troubled by a loss of appetite or constipation try a i StolllaclIBro m Card of Thanks EDITOR KKPUIILICAN Through the columns of your paper I with to return i thanks to tnvruany Iriends whoso kindly assisted in caring far my dear wile in her short but fatal sick ness and who have ttill further endeared themselves to me by not only helping me to nurse Harlan my old ret boy safely through an attack ol the same disease pneumonia behave it thown an interest me and my otter little boys I wish to return uiy beaitfelt thinks and commend them to Him who dotth all things well 1 Yours in gratitude L T UASNARD 1ItI do irClrt30II111 RT Collins Leads Them All rTKnowing how ittid where to buy Spring Goods wo Imvo just returned from till East whoro vo purclmscd n comploto of goods of every description Wo saved money by buying right nnd wo aro going to givo you tho bentfit of 111 experience by giving you Better GOOdS nllli Lower Prices liun any other storo in the county Wo mean just what wo u I say Our store is full of Now Goods and nil we ask is that you givo us a call Dolow vo mention only a few of tho many articles which compose our immense stock hSummer Wash Goods A big variety of Lawns Dimities BastistMc L Aiglon Jaconet Ging hams Piques Percale Orgamllesetc You can get something that will suit you Curtains Every women should wake her home blight and you cannot do this better than by furnishing your rom with n set of Lace Curtains or Scrim platnITable Linens We buy our Linens from the best house direct anti do not pay Jobbers prices We give you the benefit ol our DIRECT purcrutes and save you money by doing so See our line ol Table Linen Shirts our Shirts Compare the pi Ices ISee the goods Look at the See how they are made Boy youll be satisfied We have a big uttck to select from Laces and Embroideries Make n dues look more attractive than an thing else and cn that account we have purchased an extra large line to select from We have the Daintiest and the Bea- tUuderwear Our stock is complete We can suit youall colors and sizes for both men andwomen Our line of Hojleiy is good The are in fast colots and do not fade like the cheap ones ycu get and piy a price for good ones PERFUMERY The man or woman with an irritable temper restless fidgety movements fail ing memory and lack of is from The lines otcare the the wasting flesh the dark circles under the eyes tea all too plainly of the worry the pain the loss of sleep and disturbed that break down the nervous forces and consume the vital power For quvcU and relief equals Dress Goods We have the prettiest of Dress Goods that was ever shown in the 15 city All np to date In the latest and neueU patterns e New Patterns new Shades In fact 4- all the latest things in lists See our Millinery notice below Shoes a- We are the leaders In this line We are showing the best astortment ever seen in Hartford Have Ladies Mens and Misses Shoes in the latest styles and pattern 1901 Crashes and Towels Anything in this line you can get here Prices from 5C to fi oo S pair Our ft oo Towels are equal to any i 50 Towels in the world Dont forget we have the most com t plete stock of Matting Window Blinds Curtain Poles Rugs Oil cloths and everything else you are likely to need f 4 Millinery Our Milliner has been in the Rut for the past lew weeks and has put chased the most extensive and com plete tock ever brought to Hartford We only ask you to call and tee the stock Call on us If you want a new list or an old one trimmed in the lit est style and that is where we get Ahead of our competitorsIn fact we dont have much in this line lor everybody who wants a new list trimmed correctly gets our Mil liner to do the TrimmIng I A large and lino just in Lathes call nnd have your Hank kerchiefs perfumed free tkt our line of Klegant New Jewelry R T Collins Hartford f Any one can Ten concentration suffering cripplednerves palidcheeks digestion sure nothing line HatsWI FurnishingsJ competition elegant PJm tU My trouble came on me gradually I throughoverwork lack of sleepand and I suffered constipation reatTtrouble a fluttering of the heart confusion of ideas brain fever and nerv ous prostration I was greatly reduced tin flesh when I took my first dose of Dr Miles Nervine In weeks I eighteen pounds and felt hearty andrfrorg REV I V MCCARTY Anderson Ind j Dr Miles Nervil1efo It relieves the pain quiets the irritation strengthens the overtaxed and weak digestion I and feeds the wornout and the wasted nerves Try a bottle today Sold by all druggists on a guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Eifcfurt lad t DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery SEW Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps wE GUARANTEEDws a 1 vrr +AA twaiTHE BESTI I lilly DaloTica Cjilwiro Grato Bars Pipo Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Call on IMoHenry Mfg A Mach CJpn i j MoHe fYiIyI Yiatithe Trade Winds a TOWARDS THE PEOPLES L FAVORITE TRADING PLACE v Our Buyer has just returned from the East whero he pur l chased a largo and selected lino of POPULAR PRICED i Vgoods that are greatly admired by all for their cheapness and beauty IWoolen Dress Goods and Silks50inch nllMrool homespuns E in light gray and castor a good 1 quality for 75c 38inch allwool Venitian in gray castor and stone shades 50c per yard Regular Cue quality Lusters in black navy and gray nothing better for a sum mer Skirt 50c 05c and 1 a yard Wo aro showing a nico linoof colorain Flannel Wash Silks nothing liko them for durability 10 inches wide at 1 a yd Also a lino of Corded Silks in all spring shapes for waists I at 1 a yard lJ Complete assortment spring shades in TaO tns at 75c iSatinsin all shades at 75c Allovers and Applique Insertion both of which t arc popular for dress trimmings t Wash Dress GoodsNo lino in Hartford equals ours in price and quality Remember theyaro not High Priced GOOdS but are big values in reach of all Our line of Jc wash fabric will compare favorbly with our competitors 8c and our 8c qualities are as good as their lOc I t Our 1Ogoodof which we have a lino that would bo n cred 4itto any stock aro as nico in quality as most 15c goods I iOurline of Pongees exact patterns of Foulard Silks at per yard Nothing nicer for whole suits or waists f MILLINERY DEPARTMENT 1Veil tho Opening is over and as usual tho universal opin ion was that our Patterns wore tho prettiest our readyto Vwear and untrimmed shapes tho latest and tho cheapest Our Easter trade has begun with a rush Bring your old lInt for retrimming or come and let us make you a now one I r outandout S REMEMBER WE HAVE BARGAINS EVERY DAY IN EVARY DEPARTMENT I The New Goods and Cheap Goods are Always Found at Hartfords Bargain House Republicant I i Illinois Contra Railroad Tlmo I J Tablo I Iw tint ritrd Ukloc rffwt Hondsjr lie t IWO at noon North Uonutl Hoiilhllannil No IUdae MT a m NoI2lduIlO0atn No in daeIM p m No 101 doe 1601 to 44 NoI21duItpUt No Ill dot 111 7 DI Loral firlRliI I 4 No121dn70am No IM d e JM pm- I K n VairTna Agent t1 nUiIIOa ltD Y tl I FUR MAUINTHATC- We t an authorlwd to annoonre H B Taylor I A n raidMitt for MutUtritN In tbl tomnM latrtIItrtct oblt to the notion of the H p bllfn partS W are nthoriid to announce Ceo WMartin Ala eandldnU for Mnlitr t In the Cromwell V MaxUterUl llrpublkitD part District Mbjtct to the action of the I PlSO S CURE FOR Inhims srbydrureia I CONSUMPTION k Mr John Blair Buforl has la I grippe t Measles is prevalent in the Buford community I Mr Saw T Barnett near town b on the sick Hut A Mr and Mrs John B Wilson re tturned home Tuuday t Mr S M Wilson Beaver Darn called to see n Tuesday 1 Miss Alberta Greer opened a sprlnp school t Beda Monday 1 Miss Pearl Nave Beds is visiting relatives In Owensboro 9 Mr Willie LilesT BeJali out again 4 after ah Mtuck porunionU Mrs S A Jtennett Beda is im proving She his la grippe Mlss Dera HuJixin Beda who bar been ill for quite a while of ihtuma I tlsm is not much improved Mr F M SinClair Roslne died i Wednesday ol pneumnnln HU re malnea were buried at Salem grave yard yesterday JJe wu a highly ro spec ted citizen His wife has bee quite 111 lor tometime olin grippe i Constipation Headache Biliousness A J Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness i Indicate that Jour lITer t li cut ot order The h best medicine to rouse L v tho liver and cure all aIlls Is round In I ffdpt iI6cen Sold bi U rnedjclnoMkrL Mrs J B Poster Is on the sick list this week Mr E P Barnes Beaver Dam loon the sick list See Keowns Fertilizer before purchasing elrenhere I POPCOIU hot buttered Popcorn so nice at the Singer Office Mr A J Casey Guthrie was in town fitct of the week II its Fertilizer you want the place to get it is John n Keowns Hot Popcorn and Peanuts constant ly on had at the Singer Office Try that delicious buttered popcorn at the Singer Office So nice Miss Belle Ryan Pcttit Station b visiting Mrs H B Bennett Beds Everybody needs Shirts We have them CARSON Co Do you know that Gross Williams will sell ou a Sewing Machine from 500 up Mr S T Hunter Smallhousc made Trig REPUBLICAN a call while in town Wednesday Mrs Belle Iglebeart of Centettown was the guest of her sister Mrs A J Williams last Friday Drs I R slid E K Bennttt An dersonville visited their uncle J I Carson Saturday and Sunday Just 10 dozen Ladies Kid Gloves at 75 cents These are the tkind CARSON Co- Ve have just opened up the finest line ol Dress Goods that was ever shown in Hartford CARSON Co We have just opened a fine assort ment ot Percala Ginghams and ruer cerlzsd Gingham CAnoN Kt Co Four members of Mr Rtulwn Den netts family f the lliflir Miglihor hood me quite aiia They liavt vmallpox Mrs Florence Williams and ton Arnold oi Central City were the guest of Mrs A J Williams first oI the week Mrs Sam T Darnell who has been visiting relatives in Hopkins county for the past Sour weeks returned home Monday Master Ross little son 01 Dr and lilt J W Taylor Cromwell has pneumonia He is very sick but we bop not dangerously ill ATTENTION FARMERS I have just received a car load ol tbe best grade Fertilizer and Its all for you Come and see JOHN G KnOWN We can stait a young man or lady in the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap Cal aid get our scholarship and go t school 4 THE RIGHT THING TO PUT ON Binteni Flitter Is Pains Mtttir From the natural impulse to put tome appllcaUOIIIfor pouttloeeBenson Porous Pluto No other hu anything like the same power as a agent j it it highly and cUntlflaally medicated and Ita standard yearUe coughs colds neuralgialddney sufferbigremedy iftrengtheningor powerInsist havetestiiclarMthemIn official comparisons with other Ben WIthfIvflrpiepay eachAoceptnoBeabnry tJohnson MIg Chemists K7 TO SUBSCRIBERS Our representative Mr C E Smith will call on you in a few days to settle for THE REPUIIMCAN You will con for quite a favor on us by I promptly settling arrears and renewing your subscription All patrons will bo permitted yearIEsq H B Taylor Prentis called to see us yeaterd y I Mr J F Wallice No CieeV called to see vs yesterday Cot C M Barnett Louisville was in town first of the week Mr E E Rogers was at the bed aide 01 his mother Mrs Magdalene Rogers Wednesday It has been repotted that Miss Mag gie Davidson has measles but we are Informed it is a mistake Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah here is your Fertilizer best corn grower inI the world Its going to those who come first JOHN G KrtOWNI Messrs Jo R Shnltz Prentis S JIRoberts Fordsville and G B Likens Hattford were appointed last Monday by Judge Miller to re district the countyIMrs Magdalene Rogers has beeu UII for several days of a complication diseases among them old age is play lug its part She is in her seventy sixth year Mrs John Anderson ol McHenry died lust Saturday and was busied Sunday at the McHenry burying grounds Funeral servises were con ducted by Rev Sweet Miss Mary Ross ol near Rockport died Wednesday night and was buried yesterday at the West Providence cemetry we failed to hear the cause ol her death She was a sister ol Etq Ross Mr Tom James near Cromwell died Monday ol consumption He bad been sick quite a while His re malncs were interred at Green River cemetery He was a brother of United States Marsal James Miss Dena Woodwajd Centertown visited the Misses Bennett Monday and Tuesday She left Wednesday for Morganfield Ky to spend the summer with her uncle Dr A C Foster 111ft Adkins McHenry died very suddenly last Friday morning She was taken with a pain in her left side and only lived a few minutes We tailed to lean the cause oi her death bullt was evidently heart trouble gjuaied wq qllM ABunng pne Lap injBg jusd amnsinol nj jpoqas 3nj poansej OqM MoiCn lltS in Mr andMrs IIP Taylor She return ed to Louisville Sunday evening aC- companied by her motherwho return ed home Tuesday Miss Sallie entertained a crowd of her associates Saturday evening Mr Marvin Miller has been employed by the Home Telephone Co ol Louisville as stenographer Mr Miller has many friends In Hartford who wish him success in his new po sition He is a splendid stenographer and will render perfect satisfaction to his employees The entertainment given at College UnIt Saturday night by Prof Chits Barmote was in every respect a comb plete success Nature has dealt very kindlywith Prof Barmore in giving him tact to entertain and ability to sing and impersonate but as to gooi looks she deserted him Mr Wm Aabby of the Welt Provo idence coramuntity died Tuesday of la grippe nod a complication ot dis eases His remains were Interredat the Providence cemetery Wednesday altertoon Mr Asbby wis a leading member ot his community a substantial farmer a Christian gentleman re spected by all who knew him His death cast quite a pall over the entire neighborhood Hud his loss Is universally mourned Tbe following young men have en listed in the regular army Chas A Maxey and Clyde Leach Cromwell Moses P Render McHenry Gus Williams and Samuel Payton are the colored boys who have enlisted Mr C Black tbe recruiting officer Is stopping at the Hartford House and will remain herS until Sunday so if IIour patriotic boys want to join the- o standing army they should see him by Sunday zc Miss VenUe Wallace died latt Prl day of typholdpneumoula alter quite a lingering attack of the fevers In terment took place at Green River Cemetery Saturday Miss Wallace was the daughter of Mr William Wallace a highly respected farmer of the Green River Community She was a very modest and accomplished young lady loved by all who knew her lor her sweet disposition and the purity of her vlrture She was a model young lady and her death Is n mifrtune tithe family the community which loved her and the church of which she was a devoted member Mr A L Riley cashier of the Bank of Livermore and Miss Susie Johnson Livermore Iwere married at Kvansvllle Wednesday Mr Riley is the son ol Mr and Mrs JC Riley of Hartford and is one of Hartfords most worthy young men who has left the old humestead to seek his fortune elsewhere Guso is a hustling young business man whose success in life is practically assured He is conducting a banking business at Livermore very successfully and in a manner highly gratifying to the directors Ills bride Is one of Livermores most estimable young ladles Much to the surprise and profound est regresta of many admiring friends will be the news of the death of Miss OCIcunedbeen sick only a Sew days ol pneumonia MillS Beulah was cultured and refined and of a most pleasant and happy disposition being regarded by all as a most genial and attractive young lady She wis especially loved for the stainless purity of her virtue Her untimely Ideath is quite sad and to the home circle indiscribably un fornate Interment will be in the Beaver Dam Cemetery at 3 oclock this afternoon Funeral services were conducted by Rev Cokley The Railroad Question The Board of Directors of the Hart ford and Beaver Dam Electric R R Light and Power Co met Monday and ordered the articles ol incorporation filed and made the necessary an rangements to secure the right of way between Hartford and Beaver Dam preparatory to beginning the con struction of the road at an early date It seems to be a certainty that the road will be built at a very early date and from the present outlook It will be a paying investment and will be of vast importance to the towns cf Hart ford and Beaver Dam for as certain as the road is built the two tow t will be practically united and the business Interests will be greatly improved Everyone should encourage the enter prise in some way 4 College Notes Judge Miller conducted General ex ercises Monday morning Miss Deua Woodward was a pleas ant visitor at General exercises Tuesday morning Mr Sam Wilson Prentis and Mr Warren Lindley City were visitors at Exercises Wednesday morning Mr Jim Duff is in school again alter a tong absence- Mr Marvin Miller teacher in Ste nography has accepted a position in Louisville Miss Bertie Williams has charge of his classIMr Chester Bishop visited isis par ents near Centettown Saturday and SundayMiss Norma Brown accompanied by Miss Beulah Barnett visited her home near Centeitown Sunday re turning Monday Miss Willa Smith returned to school this week alter a long absence Mr Cecil Stevens Is In school alter a few days absence Misses Flora Taylor and Lizzie Greer visited their home near Adah burg the fourth Saturday and Sun day in March BsutAH r Card of Thanks Fordsville Ky Mar apVc de sire to express thanks to all kind friends who by word or deed endeav ered to help us bear the affliction that visited our home March 14 1901 and removed by death our dear boy Jesse Conley We would acknowledge es pecially our obligations to the Revs Jenkins and RntcllS for their words of comfort and hope to the little boy pall beaters and to our many friends in Fordsville Irvlngton and Louis ville for beautiful flawers all shall be cheerlsbed as proof ol sincere friendship J J AND M C TILFORD 16x20 Fine Portrait 198 If you need any first class artist work send Chas Sturgeon Hartford Kya tintype or photograph and i 98 rand he will make and send you a fine 16x20 llfe slze Crayon portrait Satisfaction guaranteed 33tf A Painful Accident- Mr Alfred Ashby of the Waltons creek community got his leg broken lastFriday avenlng at Centertown He had beets to mill and was arranging to return home when the accident occurred He had led his horse to a log from which to mount and ou step ping upon the log it turned throw Ing him down and rolling on his leg breaking and crushing the bones be low the knee in a horrible manner The best medical aid that could be procured was speedily summoned to adjust the unfortunate member As Mr Ashby has reached his three score and ten the broken limb will In ill probability be a eourpe oi great an noyance and it is quite probable that he will never fully recover He is a- very prominent citizen Ul g one of ibe countys best farmers L AGUINALDO TAKES OATH Filipino Swears to be Good and Accepts Authority of the United States Washington April 2 Secretary Root has just made public the follow lug cablegram received at the War Department this morning Manila Adjutant General Wash ingtoi Since nmvil at ManltaAgul nal has beets kt Malacanan invcstlgat Ing conditions in archipelago He has relied almost entirely upon the Instructive advice of Chief Justice Arellan As a result today he sub scribed and swore to the declaration on page II of my annnal report- MACARTUCRI Tbe oath referred to is as follows I hereby renounce all allegiance to any and all socalled revolutionary governments in the Pbillppinelilands and recognize and accept the supreme authority of the United States ofAmer ica therein I do solemnly swear that I will bear true faith and allegiance to that Government that I will at all times conduct myself as a faithful and lawabiding citizen of said islands and will not directly or indltectly hold correspondence with or give In telligence to an enemy of the United States nor will abet harbor or pro tect such an enemy that I Impose upon myself these voluntary obliga tions without soy mental reservations or purpose of evasion so help me GodS LAND FOR SALE- About 400 acres of well tim bored land in Ohio and Han cock counties withiug about three miles of Fordsville Ohio county Ky For sale on easy terms with good security H C WATKINS Owensboro Ky Marriages- Mr W M Southard Masonvllle to Miss Lizzie Cook Buford Date of marriage March 31 Mr C M Nail McHenry to Miss Minnie E Patterson McHenry Date 3IHartford to Miss Date of marriage April 3 Scrofula Is a bad thing to inherit or acquire but there is this about it Hoods Sarsaparilla completely cures even the worst cases Program Of joint session of Y M C A and U C B and L S at Hartford Baptist church At 3 oclock pm April 7 19 r Every person welcome songSeven girls Prayer cbapterllfrsGleuu ties A talk by President Y SI C A Prof T J Morton Mary Magda lane and her Devotion to her Saviour Miss Ullle Burton Soo Miss Florence Morton Incredulity and MaryBenuetthis restmectlon Mlsa Lena Miller QuartetteMisses Lizzie Sauderfnr and Edith Carson Messrs D E Thomas and Marvin Miller A talk on EasterProf O M Shuliz Quar tette Messrs W J Bean James Hudson Marvin Miller and A C Taylor Recitation Miss Gergia Wedding Select Reading G B LI- kens RecitationIsabelle Fair A talk by President of U C E and L S Mrs J S Glenn Benediction A Card of Thanks We wish to express our gratitude to our many friends for their valuable aid rendered us in consequence of ourS recent misfortune viz the loss oi house by fire We wish to say that whatever has been done for us has IpprrclateYours respectfully C R ASHDV AND Wire The first Saturday in May will be Trading Day at Rockport Ky On that lay you are requested to take to Rockport any thing you have for sale or trade this call is for horses mules cattle bogs sheep chickens farming tools wagons buggies farm products any thing every thing Prominent buyers of horses and mules and of youhavonerd take it to Rockport that day and trade it for something you do need Do not go there empty handed and say you have so and to at home you will sell or trade be certain to take what ever it is and you will find the other fellow there with what you want This Day Is thoroughly ad vertlsed In Butler Muhlenberg Me Lean and Ohio counties scoirs Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the means of life and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and childrenWhen appetite fails it restores it food is a burden it lifts the burden When youlose fleshit brings the plumpness health When work is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright It is the thin edge of the wedge the thick end is foodS But what is the use of when you hate it and cant di gest it- Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefdod that makes you forget your stomach- If you have not tried It send for tree sample Its asreeablo taste will 5Ur34OUBOWNE Chemist 409 Pearl Nnw or COo and siobi alt druggists 4iS EVERYB DrssTOREEv- ery Department Crowded With Spring Goods Our previous success in tho most out put of General Merchandise encourages us to make still greater eflbrts And our buyers in tho punhose and selection of this seasons stock have overreached any former undertaking both in tho selections styles and the quantity of goods bought We can positively GUARANTEE the greatest variety in pat terns and range in price that will bo oflercd from any source this season Wo fully realize the weight of our declaration and tho dependence placed on it by our patrons and it is our unalterable purpose to redeem every promise we make If you aro not a customer of ours tho first step is to visit our MAMMOUTH EMPORIUM and look carefully through our dif feront Departments and it will be an easy matter for you to decide that wo elm do you good Our Dress Goods Department The already lively demand for our Spring season Silk lines is in full accordance with our expectations Our Woolen fabrics are of the handson est styles the perfection of weaves excellent quality together with the lowest price have commanded the attention of all buyers to whom they have been shown Miss Fannie Barnes will appreciate at opportunity of showing you through this Department Millinery Department From the number ol Hats being carried from this Department we are tully convinced that this line is meeting the hearty approval of every visitor Dont fail to visit this Garden of Flowers and innumerable shapes of fashions latest conceptions Miss Viola Pirtle with two efficient coworkers only ask your presence long enough to show you what we have and you will do the rest Clothing Department This line was bought with strict adherence to the latest styles both as to Patterns and Tailoring and we are showing the largest line oi Mens Youths and Chil drens Suits ever opened in the county The mistake of your life will be a failure on your part to see this line before making your purchases Shoes and Slippers This Departmant is full of Shoes and Slippers for Men Women and Children from the most reputable factories in this countrymakers of hlghclass ash ionable footwear and we have made the prices right on every pair of them styles Every Pattern Afriend when tho of being discussed look at boy Mother when a new look tho homo of wo are accorded tho by common which andover strive to fullly merit A look at Barnes will show seasonable things other than mentioned E P Ky II Work is Done The constant care causes sleeplessness toss of extreme nervousness And IhAt tired feeling But a WOnclerfulI change comes wizen Hoofs is taken R pure rich blood good appetite steady nerves Ids SaIlJOllJ tn Dr Hunters Response of the United States Guatemala March 23 J My Dear Master McDowell I have received your very nice manly little letter of the 24th ult requesting o few canceled postage stamps of Cen tral America Agreeable to your request you will please find herewith enclosed all that I have at this time ol snch stamps I also eqclose as a souvenir a mala Guatllla it being the small est silver coin in circulation in world theI SIfj you either at home or abroad com mand me freely as it is always 111 pleasure for me to such en terprising youths as With kindest and best wishes fur your health and advancement and tinsting day to have tire pleus are of meeting In My OM Ken lucky Home I beg to remain Sincerely your friend- S GODFREY IIvNrsaI The above U n Utter to Matter McDowell son of Mr and J K true manliness in promptiy mpoml Ing to a letter if irqnliy thus en couraging such Irquiiing boys to strive npwnrd and onward to greeter usefulness is getting up I a collection of stamps representing all the nations oi the world List and Senators I From this District Since Out of the entire list sf Set ators no one was elecld two tucceulve terms and out of the members cf the IegU lature R C Jtrnnnln was the only I one elected succfslvely S K Hill was the only one elided to the second term In tIre Senile while Meidor Hocker two terms in the Lower House at deficient pen J N5 Phepi over Jas M Ccsbj 73 Dr W J Berry I over John W Johnson 77 S E lull over J N Phelps 81 David Pool over T C Carson Sam E Hill to the Mens Hats and FurnishingsSMens Boys and Cblldrens Hats in all the new shapes and colorings SMens1 the Spring and SummerSand Boys Underwear In newest designs The greatest line of Neckwear purchased by us beforeSLadies Furnishings Underwear in neat new effects W B Arraorslde and other standard brands of Corsets in all Underskirts In all colors and at a nice range in NECK WEARIn nil the new uptodate designs Collars in quite a variety of shapes Belts of all kinds Umbrellas in quite a variety of handles and cover- Ings Kid Silk and Lislethread Gloves House FurnishingsS We have doubled our Carpet stock both In and Ingrains and can show you a of goods you cant see any where else bright and new Rugs and Oil Cloths In same proportion Endless variety of Window Shades Curtains Draperies and Scrims Superb variety of Quilts and Table Furniture of every description and for every room In your house at a range of price that you cant to be pleased with O K Cooking Stoes to make life easy and cooking a Iaooe TSto another subject is Barnes The says ho wants Suit at Barnes In tho workingmans cottage in wealth leadership consent wo duly appreciate more today or tomorrow you many good is in this ad BARNES Beaver Dam IIWomans Never appetite StrsaporSla gives Legation Guate encourage yourself some you Mrs Hital McDowell of Representatives 69 nriiWilliamsfemd odsSenators1869 85 MatS pleasureS BRO over J W Meador 87 Hill resigned extra election called resulted in th election of Lewis Jones over Hamilton Relslnger 89 Jno W Martin ove- R P Hocker 93 C S Taylor over J E Whlttaker 95 A D James over J F DrlsVIIU James turned on by resolution oi Senate and re elected in April 96 over R T Render resigned to accept U S Marslalsblp 97 Dr J E Turner was elected over A T Dockery 99 N T Howard over A T Docker- yRepreEentativesr87r J S Taylor over J W Meador 73 J W Meador over W DColeman 75 R P Hock er no opponent 77 J W Meador over W DColeman 79 R PHccker over J W Meador 8rJS Williams over Q C Shanks 83 W D Cole man over W P Render 85 J S Williams over H B Taylor 87 H B Kinsolvlng over Wm Milligan 5 89 A B Tichenor over S L Stevens 91 Wesley Crowe Pop over WI Rowe Rep F M Petty Dem 93 Tl Smith over Wm Awtry 95 C M Barnett over Ben D Ringo97 R C Jarnagln over O D Black 99 R C Jarnagin ove L L Stewart The next member ol the Legislature from Ohio county will be A S Bennett I UBiliousnesE ItRTS and nnd them perfect Couldnt do without Shun I have used them foriome time fortndlgcstlon andblflousaeu andarn now cea I pletelr cured Jlecommcnd them to every one i Once tried ou will never be without them iia the Uci1I EDW A MARX Albany N 1ICANDY CATHARTIC fTBADI MMN MOJITIIKO iiOoodrievertlickso 10 CURE CONSTIPATION XHtet Bm4 CMT tMe iMtml Tt TO RA2oldndgnrantedbyatidrngrluIieww Nasal CATARRH ill Its stages there ihould be cleanUoeia Elys Cream Balm cteamessoothesandheisthe It care cattrrh and drlro- awiy a cold la heat Mens ever pricesS tings line these CoversSfall One says Clothesbuying I I quietsSCream Balm U plAced Into the nottrUa IpritJi over the membrane and 1 abtorbed IU1IIU Im mediate and a rare follow It la not drjlngdoei not produce sneezing Urge Size SO centS at Drug poll or by mall Trial Size 10 centS by mill ELY BROT11EB3 M Warren Street New Yor IDoo4 Tear Kldnere r ilv r1obspangan 1itlseuraii kidney tile fla 2 at free Add bierune aemedy Cotbicazo Ce te I UPeWITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable rewsItcures made by Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth century dir covered alter yews of bYDrnent kidney and bladder specialist arid Is curixglamebles and Bright Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Khmer SwampRoot Is not reoSommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be foundSJust the remedy you need It hu been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to putSchase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement hasSbeen made by of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a bookStelling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous roffer In this paper and your address to Dr Kilmer ZtCoBingi hamten N Y The SwampRoot regular fifty cent and uomraapaooe dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Post Tobacco Spit ant hMuki Tour Uli iiuj To quit tobacco easily nod forever be magSattic lull or tile nerve and rigor take KoTo Uac LIe woudorworkcr time makes weak menSstrong All rtrngglstiWcorll CuroEUsran teed llooklcl oml sample tree Aildreis Sterling Heniedy Co Clilcaco or New YorkSEdocatoTonr Jloweu WHU CascirtaSCandy Cathartic = If GGO jsUdruggiatarefundmoea iOASTOnzABun tin Bw Kfiatui fof IRoijh River Telephone Company llcoBrOUUIo Talk being cheap and necossar 4 should patronize home folkb where you can buy your own phones build own lines und in talking distance with the whole county and business generally by only paying RoughBiver IEthey wilibo atthowholeexpensiS you say on A E Pate Hartford Ky for particularsSWe connect with all Indtoendint CompHiK The Kind You Have Always Bought and which Ims been in uso for over 80 years has borno tho signature of A and has been iiiado under his personal supervision sinco Its Infuncy S 11 Allow no ono todeeeho you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgood are but Experiments that trlflo with mid endanger tho health of Inflnts nnd C1iilreiiExperIenco ngalusl Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria I 1 rt harmless substitute for Castor Of Pare gOth Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic mibstaiiir Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms nail nllayv Ieverishncss It cures Dlarrhosa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nuil Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of JThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC etNTAun COMPANY n MUftftAV SttI NOW VOPK CItY IIr f SAVE f YOUR j STAR j + Star tin tags showing small stars printed on under sldo of I tag Horeo Shoe J T1Good Luck Cross Bow and j- 4r Drummond Natural Leaf Tin Tags aro of equal valun In scour M lug presents mentioned below and may bo assorted Every man V- IT woman and child can find something on tho list that they vrould 1 llike to have and can have 4JJf 3E3EIESE3J 4TAO I t t MttcB Box IS 2J Sit b Gfn1tlOft Ronn Itniici ArW1K9l rr I Knit ono blad pocI rtft1 = 13 o fl rf=I Belno lnob lIarumu 4 4 CM nil 8ft Knit Fork and Spoon 53 n Gun rur Ifaiher na Wtcr nuv irtoJ 01 5 Elt and Pepper set 00 cub Quad E3 Iieiroi tT automate double MlIaMr- upla on netU 60 or caliber 1sPnnob Urtar Vood Ptp n H To11H not pyjiugi itr4 us C r 7 Ruo bollow Irrounel flue EgflAI7 va 1 VIv I 60 jj Drew SoIl Wmo I fiassSfeSfiSWSsBaiK S mc BeI 0ldnra IrIitaU r unnln Cult aoI I4r I bldeiion tI I j 1 lnr 113 fliSe CulttIuuu JIt fI PIledUIiPO UllurIItoJol fhII1 t hi4 I JfIS AIrmcl tIcks U 3G WHWIIIICT ltpnUfoi Sb 4 t3I t Bx tiflntflO IO5CfC TJPOQI bCI 37flenittci d Ifftl92 tOukcIt lJrl1 J 4 f1btOIrIImIIdtjO n Drle g4zdI CLt I be t9 5IO athb flCII5t L nJ 4 Ia21 SI vt fmnd i iili Luckborn + 1i1ccanTHE IQRotMloil1JtIDO Ot J f NOVEMBER 30TH tSOO J 4 prilCll IX ailMI that a dine weitU of MSTAR P8UG TOSAOCO tr 7tilliii lonccr end nT rd mere tlruu ibru B ICN worth etitfj J W oilier brand o- Jr riE Ti= TTI t 1 I r 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hook Klrlnir tMttlmonlfllM from ffrntloatcNiHrnpylnir prom Ijient puNltlonH oil tnlted Stat mailed Thrruiruitber vchooU than oar that cnn offer our little I New Smith Premiers N56The No 0 takes paper 18H inches wide and writes lines 10 inches long The No5 takes paper 11 inches wide and writes lines OK Inches long These in are same as Nos 2 3 4un8 WIttor Printed Mttrer Smitlt mniert- E1JPP1l11ifpr In Qattitt Ii It In c t I teachers n In hi ot this ore t y a tii fiver thn It will be free hut none fa ax I 412 Walnut Stroet Cincinnati Ohio i Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRILS COL BRECKENRIDGE On the Reversal of the Pow ers Case Legislative Contest Would Have Been a Farce Had it Not Been a Tragedy At this writing we have not receiv ed a lull abstract oi the opinions ot the Court 01 Appeals in the Powers and Howard cases We confess to a kten disappointment that the reversal In the Powers case did not receive the assent ol the Democratic Judges Our consceptlon of the errors in that cast was so strong that it did not occur ti us as possible that the reversal would not receive tbe ascent of some ot tht Democratic members ol the Court We are not surprised that the Court decided that the pardon ol Goverooi Taylor be invalid II the Court ad tiered to the former judgements rendered upon the former appeals grow- Ing out of this unhappy contest it allowed that Mr Goebel became Gov ernor the moment be was sworn in and that Governor Taylor ceased to bt Governor If Mr Goebel was de jun Governor before taking the oath when he became de facto Governor it necessarily followed that Governor Taylor from that moment ceased to have the right to exercls the functions of the office and the declara Lions of the Court sustaining the con tention ol Mr Goebel were only dec laratlons oi an established legal tact and conlerred no rights upon the one and took no power from the other We do not think that the contest waf RIGHTEOUSLY decided Governot Taylor was elected by the people The legislative contest would have BEEN A FARCB IF IT HAD NOT BEEN A tragedy The result reached was INIQUITOUS reached by INIQUITOUS MEANS but when the Court of Ap peals decided that the power conferred upon the Legislature by the Constitu tion to decide the Gubernatorial con test was a wholly irresponsible power unassailable in any court and that the recitals in the journals were sign ed by proper officers were also unas tailable though every one might know that the recitations in the journals were false the journals them selves FADRICATIONS and those who signed them so knew it followed that whoever was by those journals said to be declared Governor was in law Gov ernor ot Kentucky That such a re suit could he logical and legal among a free people and be so declared by a Court of Justice will remain one ol the inexplicable anomalies ol this genera tion The very statement is shock- Ing to good sense and mood conscience and will herealfter be accepted as on ly possible In a state of society that was not sane but the Court having once decided that question we were not surprised that the Court as atI present constituted would decline to reopen it unless it was absolutely necessary For IfMr Goebel did not become Governor when he was sworn in then Mr lleckham did not become Lieutenant Governor or Acting Gov ernor and all the acts ol the Leglsla ture approved by him were so much waste paper and absolutely voidand all the acts done by Mr Beckbam during that period were void Per haps it is better for the peace and sta billty of the state that it accept the USURPATION INFAMOUS in itself and INFAMOUS in the means by which it was accomplished rather than to re open that matter We ate not surprised that the Court sustained the indictments in the Pow erscase The inclination of our judgment has always been that this itidlct ment was tenable We think then was fair ground for legal contention We believe that it would have beer better in the long run to have U hel untenable for it is a very dangetou form of indictment and under it grave injustice can easily be done But the errors committed by tht trial judge in the admission of testimony in the Powers case seemed to us so glaring so numerous so shocking that we have never been able to believe that a Judge ol the Court ol Al- ftIleY would mitain those uIIrigi We thought it possible this mtgh I have been done a year ngii under tho excitement which then seemed to hay possessed and controlled th C uti I Appeals as lulyas it did the m f conscienceless member ot the LtKII l H ture At a time when a respectable lawyer the son ot a gentleman ol stainless purity could deliberatel cast in the House of Representatives the vote ol an absent colleague Itlh not incredible that judges of any court who are but men should also be swept from their looting and make decisions that would be indefensible The instuctions given by the Cit cult Judge were substantially tory instructions to find lor pereulpI monwealth in lorm it lelt Lion of hU guilt to the jlty but in Kubstancc took that question away iom the jury and oubt nliAliy or due the jury to fls Powers guilu if the mutiler ii M Goebtl he W- In Hny way inv Ivtd in time briglru tIme mount meets to Film foJlof instructions will be onderanr by every lawyer who lisa any conccji tion of criminal law every where in the worldoutside of Kentucky and ifany judge of the Court ol Appeals has put himself on record as approving those instructions he will nev r recover from its i fleet and It wilt remain a blemish upon his judicial reputation for both learning and fairness AS long as the oplniou remains a part of the judicial records ol the State We are glad that the reversal in the Howard case is by a united court Then were errors committed by the judge in this case as indirpenslble as those committed in the Powers case but the conduct oi the court and its rulings wete very much fairer in much more temperate spirit and with greater moderation than was exhibited In the Powers case We had hoped and still hope that the opinions rendered in those cases will so settle the law both as to the evidence and to the instructions as to render it possible for those prisoners tn have a fair trial hereafter but no trial can be fair no matter how the judge may rule the law when the juries are selected by partisans lor the purpose of convic lion The spirit of Goebelism has not been exorcised There are quite n number of respectable citizens of the Blue Grass whose prejudices and passions have been so aroused auto render It impossible lor them to give A lair and just trial to these prisoners or to any person accused of compile ty in that assassination and it is within the power of the judge of that circuit and the sheriffs ol those coun ties to so select the juries as to secure the conviction ol those prisoners without tegard to tbe testimony that may be introduced to the rulings oi the court upon the question ol dl put ed evidence and the instructions given to the jury These reversals recall the pathetic and unfortunate condition of Youtsey If he be guilty he has been illegally convicted II he be innocent his fate is indeed indescribably unfortunate We have never been able to fathom the mystery ofthe relusal ot his counsel to take an appeal of their submls Man to the judgment and sentence of the circuit Court Ol all the trials that one was the most conspicuous lor the harch unfairness in the con duct ol the court for the illegality ol its rulings and of the eel taint ol its reversal Who assassinated him is yet a mystery Innocent men have been pursued with a BARBAROUS FR ROCITV Petjuries and subardma lions of perjury have been commit ted to secure infamous convictions It may be that some one connected with the prosecution has evidence ar to the person by whom the fatal shot was fired Political personal and mercenary reasons have conspired to prevent proper effort in proper direc tions from fixing the guilt upon the guilty person It is a source oi profound congratu laton that these judgments demon strate that there is yet in the courts ot Kntucky a reasonable chance for the prosection ot those who are ac cused Whether Mr Powers and Mr Howard are guilty or innocent is a question which ought to be decided by the courts oi the country according to the law ol the State We fear that it is too munch to nope that the pros ecution will see to it that such a trial is given to these prisoners Lexing ton Herald a A Testimonial from Old England I consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy the bist in the world tot bronchitis says Mr William Savory of Warrington England It has saved my wifes lIfe she having been II martyr to bronchitis for over six years being most of the time confined to her bed She is nov quite well It is a great pleasure to the manu e turers of Chamberlains Cough Reme dy to be able to publish testimonials of this character They show that great good is being done pain suffer ing relieved and valuable lives restor ed to health and happiness by this remedy It Is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Lonk A tIlrh InTlmn Man nine Hughe Tonic Unite plranantl ta ken In early Spring nod Jnlprerent Chllln Denitne and Malarial on the liver tone up the yten helter than Calomel ad tlnlnlne Contain no tnenle try It At brag glut Me and loubottln THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EdltlonAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly IboITo learn this new lot a It It promptly and- imimrtliciiail thnt you have to do U to look In the comma of Tbo ThrloenVe Kdltlohnl the New York World which come to etrtber 1M Char a year tbiobIThe Thrhencrk World dlllKfiue n lIb of first new has given It ererthe KnglUb language U upoken nnd yon want It ubIIunequaled uewipu rr nod THE IlcrrninAN to getter one year lor fl60 The regular unbiirrlptlon price of the two pa I wn li 1100 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho dSignature of CetSz7ee SakeIFor the Childrens Prauufi in medicine olUn takes tbt atruol murder In other woida time bonnier remedies 01 specific curative fiinera arc basely iuiiuttd made to look and taste like the genuine preI icrlpllon but entirely lacking io IIpreciousa physician of world wide eminence in I L cthe field of therapeutics One of the most gigantic frauds 01 this character perpetrated in this country Is the imi latlon ol CaUoria which Imitation is absolutely valueless for medcin l purposes and exceedingly dangerous i In other tespects since it tails to accomplish I what it was purchased for and ut the same time it prevents the use of other remedies owing to the absolute confidence ot the users in the real Castor la which they believe they are using The principal vie tints are poor little children and the crime ol making money fraudulently is increased a thousand fold siuce In nocent lives are the price ot the gain Anyone capable ci taking n great houstbold remedy like Castorla and fraudulently substituting under its name a spurious compound is dcc serving of drastic punishment Such an act irflicts an injury on the public at large and imperils lives that would ethcrwisc have the safeguarg of the legitimate prescription It is almost impossible for proprietors ot standard medicines to prevent spurious imitt tions train getting into the market The law on this subject however has become so stria that hencclurth the lac simile sign attie of Chas 11 Fletch er on Castoria wrappers and labels will fortunately jor the public be sufficient guarantee that the contents are genuine The Best Remedy for Rheumatism QUICK RUUEP FROM PAIN All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism arc delighted with the qUIrk relief from pain which it affords When speaking ol this Mr D N Sink ol Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had n severe attack ol rheumatism in my arm and shout der I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recornmendtd by Messrs Geo P Parsons Co druggets oi this pluce to try Cham berlalns Pain Balm Thty itcotn mended it HO highly that I bought a bottle I was soon relieved of all pain I have recommended thus lint ment to ninny of my friends who agtee with me that it is the best rem edy for muscular rheumatism in the market For sale by Z Wayne Gilffin Bro m Nnrrw Hiirili Itnuwl- i4erarnen c w In tUe Month prnr llMhe Toast a great rwwlr fur 1W1I ami aS Ularl l Perm llettir thaw alo4 wad Uolda Con tfllM no ArnB +Blr Ilaarant v0try It At ISuw gici tocaad fleobutcloi HIM a In Memory Ol Mrs Lennie Hainan wife ol Lo gan T Barnard who died at her home near Sanderfurs Crossing March the 14th 1931 of pneumonia Her re maines were interred in the Bethel burying grounds funeral services conducted by Rev G J Bean The deceased who had been a faith ful member oi the Methodist church joined that church when quite a young child and lived a genuine Christian until her death She lived just a few days after she took her bed The day belore she died this question was asked Are you ready to leave this world Her reply was II I only could stay and raise my children right is the only thing that I would like to stay for Later on she called her four little boys to her bed when they came to the bedside she reachedout her hand and bade them good bye she said be good little boys and go all you can to church and Sunday School she called alt of her brothers and sisters her aunt and told them good bye that I am going home The ptople ol Mrs Barnard lament the death of this pious Christian young woman whose life and holy con versa Lion were made so great a blessing to manyThis precious mother leaves a husband and four little boys and brothels sisters and a good step mother and many others to mourn her loss No one but Jesus can fill her place I pray that God may bless the whole mmiy that they nifty live to nieet her in heaven SCOTT BLAZER n Watch get a really good cup coffee youll have to start back actual making youll have to look to roasting and the grinding ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with pores the berry hermetically sealed Youre a good cup coffee because coffee flavor and aroma kept intact until you want it The fame ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put imitations it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont tempted to buy a package some other coffee when you g- etArbuckles Roasted Coffee for it is actually less expensive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satisfying fiDdUst of ajefal artI- cles In package of AibocUc Coffee A definite of one of articles hecuneiToan coffee one select be on condition to our Notion Dcpaflaienl tcertain number of sijnitara cut wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY Take JkVA- RICOCILE REPUBLICAN KM8i rafc A l idLtYlIi STRICTURE withtheM nriuedecay of lu ha tha nryorsisdupo- udency TIIapaiptattoa of the t r m comblollloa I theresitlimcompiei of Manbootl rhcaandofyemagaadaiiddI arnimtaare troubled wliUStrlctura 1 you to betlets art K aaiictcd It agmel 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