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I f THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN f 7 I Job Wok Specialty OFFICIAL OEBAU or IBB PAST IN TEE mm COHEESSIONHDISIICI Subscription 1 a year IFine XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 12 1901 Noo 38 LIke a flub of lighlnlnp sudden and Urtllnri dimte ttrikea down many a rnaiu Yet there hue been warning upon warning unheeded Food hlL Ulo like a heavy weight in the stomacl after eating There have been bel- eingPbhter riaicga in the mouth nerv 0IWItta neS and rowtng Irri Instead or lutemng to thte warstugi reconrae baa been h to aome of the nctre numbing palliative that cover but never cure dtwaae Many action dUeaaer begin In a dlteaaetl con orginidigeMlon of rarelyfallPierce Golden Medical Diacorcry cu- rnnhl1lrT cent of allwho give It trW It la a temper aaeesiedidne and contains no I wai aaicted with what the loctort called awreoa Indlgertloo wrlttt Mr The O trcc PJChmJt4 D 8 C 1 took medidi fonImU phnicin to no amll In look of Memoranda BuoVt I looM 18r cue decrtbed eiclly 1 wrote to and uadr a BittruenU You tent mt Jeicrlptive ll t of quettkme alo tome byi trwk nilee I carried is ten I cool but Ikoutkt myteinncureble as I sstrn NplINncell or hot r1 and hands I wu and suffered a trtleat miLatttaacroua death womgd ioou claim am Atwaya nnniul la take ma iniUWeand lmratIntaud greatly redooU la Seen I could tcurcety rut thing IhtlwnuVi not produce a badeqtlng In my miih LAn tone hesitation owing lo a dcldmtwnit fcottleiofeach found I was Iroproring I matUocd foe sit moatha or more and en nUUvMctiraL Dr riercea Pleasant Ielltta are poe cure for constipation lPmclflS jI n H L HEAVIUN ftorne at LaxHARTFORD KY Will pttetk his prnlM toa In all the eoartaol Ohio aid ullolklajrroaU aB iUoartotA FM l pedal nttratloaglTta to oIecttofti ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW HrllfcXKT KY wm prietle bta prullo Ia 11 tb roarto 01 Okla Court ul Jppals reomlit a- meareul otI ii all huhmea ntrait- to kim elaoVpndeatTripholielnomn JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY attntlon KlrVa to 0netionnuattI- abtrahnatDbOt4IF7 lbllf fur Ohio roaa tj P e north aid pabne eqtare C 2 SMITH ATTORNEY Ar LAW itARrrnnit KT win hU In nil tho coirtun Ohio aid- Na3 dlIroUrmorlol M1 to ti bli ear OfflMlnOoAtlyeotMlatoarthoaM F L FELIX r ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 ARTmnn UY Will prutlnla tb court ol Oblo roaaty an Coin of Prompt attention cteo to a- batasatristi4 to bu cam Office lolIrall alldta 1 JE DAVIDSON Attorney at Law UaJrrFQRD Ky WWmiadk4bl1Plnbe1l0flln Okla aid adjoin geonMle1 ritrn to all ba- aiM to btan spnoBy 4TTOWY42LATroPIpszsir WIllpntrtlliirkWprulMwIoit all trxcoorU Oslo and ol Appeal flpKlal attratloi litres td culWtlona JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW H AKTFOHD KY- RpMlal attention litva to all boalOMa mtrnll hi to CAN Ofilc la eoth- IOIBARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW BART nRD KY Wfltpractmbt prolJoa In nil tho court 0 Ohio and Bpdal attntlo nlll bo alvin 10 all bnilnena atrnttod to hla eat Collwtlou I ipMlaltjr p EP NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prietle hi proMtloa In nil the court KntnctT tncollratlan aittlemmtol decdeutratat4drOAdkaS an rtmlnal practice Offlr npatiUn tJrI JSR WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSLItOR it UW HARTFORD KY VU1 prattle hIs prorailon In alt tho court I Ohio and connllM and th Court ol AI Iroropt Bttcntldn kirra to all online ntrustdtohlm orac Ia mpnucix bnlldln RR WEDDINGS Attorneyat aw TAKCrOBD Eti Will prnetk hI pmtmaIoii tIiourtaof Obi and imUotulna sountla Also Notary Fable rl ThSuthrn Railway Throtfth El ht Beat eoothern Stat- asKENTUOKYINES1E Sout CAROLINA ALABAMAYVl GIN A North OAROLIN AGEO GIA and MISSISSIPPI 6411 UUM Three DaOy TraIn Dtvrtn Lou villa And Islington Ubfsrrntlon Chair Ca TrIIu iamb LoouTUltram8 Tn ItrMt Union connecting with train oft lUltoU Ooutralltall1qd aid LII A lit LwU For iDtormatloo addrwa A WaiDon P A T A 216 tb ATM tojtaTll- W II TAYLOr Awlatant 0 P A Lonb ll fI k rtoW i 10j WHAT HAVE THEY PAID FOl I Our BlgTradBalancesHavcUqu dated Our Debts In For eign Countries A table baa bten published showing he advance In our foreign commerce and the state of the balance of trade Ht fouryear lotrrval from 1871 to 1910 but the flgtiificancc of the Gg urea does not appear on the surface i It la shown that In the years which Presidential terms begin our Imports i exceeded our exports In all but lou r prior to 1877 Beginning with this year the balance has been the other way except In 1889 It further ap pears that the total expotts over Im ports down to the beginning of Presi dent McKlnltys term was only 383 028497 while In the lust four year it mounted up tQ anngrefrite ol a 150000000 being 648 93321J In the calendar year 19011 alobe Now It in an umllaputtd axiom that In the long run the account 10 lortlgn trade must balance All thai we send to foreign ronntrles Is paid for In some way or to put it differ curtly it must pay lot Kinnthldg And what appears as a balance whether adverte or favorable la by no means itttlcd in the worldj money gold lor that Is Itself usei as- a community passing by weight and value and the amount that goes to and Ito In nowise cormponds with the niricbandUe balance We pro duce more gold than we need and Btnd more to other countries than we draw fro them What then dOts our present large excess of exports pay fOil r For some yesrs before the Civil WHI we were Importing considerably more than we exported the exces4 in 1853 being over 6oooooo acd in 185 neatly 155000000 At that time lot sign capital was being Invested In out- growingr manufacturers and It did not come over In the form of money but in commodities the proceeds ol which went Into these investments Outing the war the Government was borrowing large sums and its booth went to Europe To a great extent they were paid for Indirectly by ship menta 01 merchandise in excess ol what paid fur our exports For somi years more the development ol out railroads drew foreign capital hen and their securities went abroad This process of foreign lending and investing in this country began to be offset by our payments of interest and I dividends to the holders of American t I securities which also went out con I cealed In the value of merchandise shipped to be tealtzH on the other side The exact line of the fluctuating balance ol trade can never be- i followed but ills a balance that Is always met in swme way Coming down to the phenomenal period of the last four years what be- comesi of the vast excess ot exports which we hive been sending abroad that it brings practically no gold to us and yet must be In eome way settled It has gone to pay for something Considerable discount from It we know must be made for payments of freight to foreign carriers and for American money spent abroad but huge sum has been userttOpay lour debts to bring back American j securities and to convert foreign Into domestic investment in our railroads I stud Industries Besides we have been lending and investing in other countries ourselves lor the moat part the values so employed go out in the gube commodities and not in gold To understand the significance of the balance ot trade we must look further than the statistics of exports and imports and remember that financial operations have come to overshadow commercial transactions in the worlds exchanges New York Mill and Express Many people suffer untold tortucs from piles because of the popular Impression that they cannot be cured TABLBRS BUCKEYE PILE OINT lENT will cure them It has met with absolute success Price 50 eta in bottles tubes 750 I II Willia- msCASTOnX v Buusth lbsLhdYcsIlanMwijs- 8lMr l1i1 IOn account of General Missionary Conference M TJ Church South at New Orleans La April 24 to 30 tickets will be sold at rate ot one fare for the round trip 1800 Tickets on sale April 22 23 and 24 good for return until May a S B VANMKTBR Agt S S OA8at10nXABaazitb lla tod Yn Han JUwari tefl j Bliur Yi1 1 If III H II 111111111111 H H II n HH Ht III e REASONS FOR PARDONING ALVEY j This is the most bare laced and inexcusable case of judicial I and political persecution that ever came before my notice B 1abold and shameful conspiracy this man has been selected allI Abe helpless victim while others equally as guilty or more who teem to bask in the sunshine of official favor are 80iabsolute immunity from prosecution in the Jefferson Court Has the prosecution been animated by an earnest honest desire to stamp out all gambling in the city of Louisville Ifso then they would have met with the hearty cooperalion of the chief executive in their efforts and I stand ready uow whenever and wherever it may be In my power to aid the offi ce1 of the law where thsy are honest in seeking to enforce the i laws against gambling without pnrtiality or favor to anyone I lIsa such been the case in the recent indictments and trials Louisville The record before me and the information ve received certainly do not show it Why lilt that indict iIn have not been returned against the most Iir in the city And why is it that indictments have been dismissed under a corrupt bargain that I i be given immunity if they would give evidence against this I man and one Miles Is Alvey made the particular vengeance because he had become a dangerous rival in the business some others Gambling is a crime punishable by severe penalties toj out statutes and it ougbtto be stamped out if possible by 1 rigid and impartial enforcement of the law I would see the city Louiaville freed from this vice but if it is I at aU then I say It would be preferable under thO Iof competition rather than monopoly anOW1 V This warfare teems to have been inspired not by an tion to suppress gambling but by a desire to destroy tion in that business The papers before me show I doubt that this man was convicted upon evidence secured by d one of the most infamous bargains ever tolerated in any court One of the employed prosecutors who has been conspicuous I in his protested advocacy of honest election and has been S Peter the Hermit in this oneeyed crusade against the gambling vice negotiated the deal claimed to act with the sanction and II approval of the court By this agreement which by the proceedings in court yes Ir T terday seem to be fully carried out these men were dismissed i trura the charges against them and by their testimony a vet diet Was secured against Alvey who either by reason of his competitive qualities or his political affiliations teems to have incurred the special hatred and animosity of the prosecution 10III have filed before me in what 1am assured is the handwriting of the Prosecuting Attorney before referred to affida JB which he prepared for these men to sign after the agree bent was made I copy the first paragraph State of Kentucky M Jefferson County The affiant Lo gan 8chwanersaya this affidavit is made of his own free will and accord without solicitation of any one He rays he has been promised no reward of immunity from punishment or trial I under the indictment pending against him in the Jefferson Cir cuit Court t If this handwriting is genuine as I believe it is then he sought to make these men swear to what he and they knew to be false Gambling is bid enough but perjury and suborna rtion or perjury is worse and it is startling that such methods b should be resorted to for the conviction of any one n I therefore as a rebuke to the character of such protecu tItus and not as a condonation to the offense of gambling grant ii Itia rdo Q 1v ruJlon the areurance from that he will not Jiagaihyvlolat7lhe law J J C W EECKHAM Governor a fiflIt+ ff + It I I hIItUUtt1UtUtUtUF- fkl r SKETCH OF AGUINALDO The Rebel Leader Had Sold Out tI- the Spaniards A Traitor to His People Emllio Agninaldo whose title in EmlIPhilippines is now about 31 years old He Is a man 01 an intelligence far beyond that of most of his people He comes of a good family in the Province ot Cavite near Manila where be was educated and where be entered the bar lIe was born In the village of Imns and has Chinese blood in his veins His family owned rice and sugar fields the possession of which the Order pf the Kecolfectdre the TargelS proprietors of the province contested b incessant law suits The father uf Aguinaldo lu consequence was kept poor and endured privation in order to enter his son in the College of St Jean Lateran and afterward to send him to the University 01 St Thomas ut Manila The institutions was not less than 1200 francs a year and the elder Aguinaldo had great difficulty to make both ends meet Aguinaldo passed easily from the college to the university but at the latter place be was considered by the professors to have the most obtue mind ol all the students For three years he wore the uniform ol the university and observed its severe discipline its frugal regime but without obtaining the least intellectual benefit In fact lb Dominicans finally sent him home Ii sheer despair lie then entered the nornal school of the Jesuits Here he made some progress but at the time his father died and he was forced to return home to take care of his patti monywhich continued to be threatened by the law suits instituted by the Order of the Recollectos Hejolned the Insurgents immed lately tt the outbreak ol the rebellion in the latter part of 1896 and not un Ill after the execution of Dr Rizal did he become one of the leaders of tin revolt The blockade maintained by the Spanish squadron in Fhilppine waters against the importation of arms drove the Filipinos to the wall and peace was patched up in Decem ber 1897 ACCEPTED BRIBE FBOU SPAIN Spain agreed to pay the insnrgept leaders the sum of 800000 Mexican money Agninaldo and his asso elates agreed to surrender all the arms in the possession of the Insurgents and to quit the archipelago lie and several of his followers went to Hong Kong where they received a portion of the money Agninaldo was on his way to Europe with the lions share ol the bribe money when the news of the probability of war between the United States and Spain reached him at Singapore When it became evi dent that war was only a question of days Agninaldo went from Singapore to Hong Kong and on May 17 sailed into Manila Bay on board the McCnl lochAdmiral Dewey put him ashore at Cavlte gave him a great deal of am munition arid a few cannons and he resumed his fight against Spain When the American army arrived Aguinaldo waacrowded out of Cavlte and there began to be friction Gen Merrills arrival Increased that tic Lion and Aguinaldo began to complain with bitterness of the manners of the American soldiers That marked the point where he became re garded as an amblllonsdesinglng my to be mistrusted and the Insur gent fight for independence became Aguinaldolsm Alter Manila was taken Gen ilers tilt received one of Agnlnaldos staff officers in his office as military gov ernor The interview lasted more than an hour at the close oi which the agent of the Filipino leader was given to understand by Gen Merritt that he had at his disposal an ample force for carrying out instructions Irons the United State government andev en if the services of Agulnsldoa forces had been needed as allies he should not have felt at liberty to accept them The only general officer who saw Aguinaldo or had any direct commun ication with him was Gen Anderson He did much to thwart this officer at the start and whn endeavoring to enter Manila with the victorious Americans he was turned back and from that hour serious complications began to ariseP- ROCLAIMED HIMSELF DICTATOR Aguinaldo was forced to withdraw from the outskirts ol Manila and the next day September 15 the Philip pine revolutionary government held its first congress at Malolos Agni naldo In a swallow tail coat and daz zling shirt front presided Aguinaldo proclaimed the Independence ol the Pbllldplnes and signed it Emllio Agninaldo Dictator of the Phi i pUel He had previously is sueir proclamation Investing him self as President oi the ministry with- a gold collar with a gold triangular pedant engraved with the sun and three 1it8ria gold whistle to carry J 00 and a slick iclth a gold handle and a I taaselof gold- Tension I between the American ota the Filipinos grew more strained as the year advanced and n December pen Otis was ordered by the Washington authorities to take lIe sent Gen Carpenter upon the Genlerlllon the Spanish garrison and were in occupation Gen Carpenter howev ertook possession whereupon Agtii naldo put forth a proclamation pro testing against the American preten sions to sovereignty denouncing the course of President McKinley and call lag upon the 1lllpinos to continue their struggle for Independence gotlallons fora peaceful settle went of the complications were car jltff onrbut without success and on the night of Saturday February r 18951 the first outbreak between the Filipino insurgents and the American troops in the Philippine islands took I place precipitated by three natives attempting to pass the American picket line iras began the task of suppressing the rebellion which has resulted in the complete overthrow of the insur gent government and the capture of the moving spirit against the United States Emilio Aguinaldo Baler near which place he was it rally caught was where Lieut J C Gilmore and fourteen men ot the gun boat Yorktown were captured by the Filipinos and held for a long time I Ajulnaldon wile and sister and the sisters of Cot Ieyba were captured on TalabauInce ol I of the 23d Volunteers Four rebel of fleer eighteen of the men and ore Amtrican surrendered with the women Ills mother was also captured j One son died during the flight of the family before the American troops The women of the family suffered much during this fight and were really f01 lunate in falling into American hank They have been well treated in Manila One oi the blots on Agnlnaldos career was the assassination of Luna a rival chief who was stabbed to death on his threshold 1 To accommodate those who are par tial tothe use of atomizers in apply Ing lIquids into the nasal passages itt catarrhs troubles the proprietors prepare RIll Liquid Cteam Balm Price including the spraying tube is 75 cents Druggists or by mail The liquid embodies the medicinal pro prieties of the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly absorbed by the membrane and does not dry up the secretions but changes them to a natural and healthy character Ely Brothers 56 Warren St N Y Mayor Tom Johnson As mayor of Cleveland Tom John son will add to the gayety ol nations His name is Tom not Thomas and he is one of the most picturesque individuals in existence who started in life a street car driver in a little IriJl ana town and owned the road before he got done with it He has gone on the same principle ever since and owns a good many things besides be- Ing a statesman a philanthropist and a philosopher Unlike most philoso phers Mr Johnson is a practical per son He does not practice his own theories except where they pay He believes in 3cent fares on street rail ways for example and that was the principal issue on which he was elect ed mayor ot Cleveland but he charges 5 cents on his own roads He believes that monopolies are the great eat curses of mankind but has his en tire property invested in them and made his money in promoting them He is a free trader and thinks that customs tarifls are immoral as well as illogical but nevertheless demands a heavy duty on iron and steel as lone ashe manufacturers One might go on giving a catalogue ot Mr John sons peculiar professions which he does not practice During the last few years of Henry Georges life Mr Johnson was hlsangeland gave him money whenever he wanted it He built a little Ideal community down on one ol his street car lines on Long Island to carry out Henry Georges notions The population was com posed entirely of Mr George and his friends and disciples Mr Johnson looted the bills The rest of them dreamed and talked and believed that they had a Utopia but it would have been something else without Mr Johnsons money It he manages the city of Cleveland as he has managed his own aflalrs he will make things hum and will con trol that municipality Indefinately The newspapers are talking about Johnson as a candidate for the Senate and the Presidency and you certainly will hear something of him both in Ohio and beyond Chicago Record Even the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling ofwear incas and lassitude To dispel this feeling take HEROINE It will Impart vlgor nnd vitality Price 50 ctaJ- II Williams ra ner1Youyear after year not knowing what their ailment Is Mrs Mary Cook of Pills ford N Y suffered for six years before she learned of Penis Mrs Cook re cently wrote the following letter to Dr Hartman I j I was not well tor six years paid wavy doctor bills but never Improved i very much I lave up hopes of ever recovering Finally I wroto to Dr Hartman I and I am thankful to say that I am now well through his good advice and medicine I am gaining in fldah Iand feel young again I was very but now my own children t are surprised in the great change In rae Vhtn they visit me- HOT SHOTS Poured Into City Officials by a Louisville Judge The police of Louisville are afraid to do their duty They are rightfully afraid to do it The gamblers of this city have such a hold on the munici pal government that the police are afraid to molest them1 said Judge Henry S Barker of the Criminal Court in delivering his monthly charge to the April grand jury in Louisville last week Judge Barkers remarks were ren dered all the more sensational in view of the presence ol Chief of Police Haager in the court room Chief Hanger stood talking to Act- Ing Commonwealths Attorney Dar by until Judge Darker began on the gambling question in general and the relation 01 the police department to this question When the court start ed the arraignment of the police force Col Huger listened attentively Judge Barker continued Patrolmen who passes a house jlght after night In which be suspects I crooks are harbored and makes no effort I to investigate the place would S soon lose his position when his supeI roundsjmanin he knows gaming is going on and i keeps his hands off not only with the approbation of the city administration but acting under positive orders from those above him in authority- I dont think there is a police force in the world more capable than the one we have in Louisville It is composed ol men of intelligence and sobriety as a whole and this fact makes the failure to gather evidence against the gamblers and arrest them all the more culpable Now and then a fine offi oppareljand that he had better close up lorI awhile Judge Darker then took up the ex ecutive depaitment of the Govern ment He compared the officials who connived with the gamblers to Judas ItcariotEven Jttdrts was not as bid as these officials said the court for he repented returned the 30 pieces of silver with which he bad betrayed the Master and went out antI hanged himself I have never heard of any of there corrupt officials repenting Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if you apply BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price 25 cts and 50 eta JHWill lame m Americanizing Mexico Former Secretary of State John W Foster who has beeji in Mexico for several months reports that the rails road system in that country has been extended and notably improved In the j last ten years The commerce of the country has increased wonderfully There is a sentiment in Mexico Mr Foster says favorable to the adoption of the gold standard but bethinks a Miss Annie Zlott72tivungston street Newark N J took Pernna for extreme nervousness She saysi I was very til and thought I would die I had a terI tibia headache and my head swam I thought I would never get well I Memed to haves groat complication of diseases and bought medicines but they did mo no good Finally I gave up and thought I would wait tor my end Ono day 1 happened to pick up one of your books I read of other women who wore near death and bad been cured by Feruns so I thought I would try It 4II took a couple otbottles and begin to feel better t continued Its use until now Iam a well woman praise Peruaa highly arid wish other women would use U II the time when that will be accom pUshed is somewhat remote There is a large amount of Amer ican capital invested in Mexico said Mr Foster While I was there I met numbers of Americans who were agents ol corporations and sysdicates organized in various parts of the United States with a view to placing mon- ey in Mexico The enterprises that attract the capital are chlelfly mining an1grlclinijr l A b t trA fcan companies are engaged in the cul ture of coffee on a large scale the cul tivation of rubbertree has assumed considerable proportions and American colonies are springing up in dif ferent parts oi the republic- In the city of Mexico there is a newly organized American bank an American club together with other adjuncts of our social order such as womens clubs golflinks etc The City of Mexico has greatly improved its sewage system is laying asphelt pavements in the streets and is extending its limits Tbe architecture of the place is Improving along Amer lean lines especially the residence in the western portion of the city The whole country has an air of prosperi ty such as I never saw before in Mexico These Improvements are due In great measures to President Diaz who for twenty five years has been able to preserve peace and give secu rlty to capital and confidence to the business interests of the country For cough3 and colds there is no medicine so effective as BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP It is the ideal remedy Price 25 cents and 50 centS I H Williams m r More Backbone Needed What is needed In this country is backbone For the papers to have backbone enough to tell the truth and publish the news For the officers to have backbone to enforce the laws 1 t Mrs Anna Roes 3813 North Zttli street Philadelphia Pa writess Four weeks ago I believed I hid coniumption I took a severe cold aad although for the first few days the mu cus In toy throat and chest was loose It finally became so bad that fIud dif ficulty la breathing Pain in the shoulders followed As I had placed my confldeneo In you and Pernna I followed your directions strictly and Improved from day to day and am now well again Most women feel the need of a tonic to counteract the debilitating effects ol summer weather Pernnais such arom cdy It cures all calsrrhal conditions whether jibe weakness orvouu doprci slon or summer catarrh For afree book on summer catarrh address The Patina Mdicln Co Columbus Ohio llFor the young ladles tojhave Ihe back bone to cut the acquaintance of free and easy young fellows For the preachers to have the backbone to preach the gospel without fear of treading on a tick contributors toes For the churches to have the back bone to open the doors of the church for some people to get out when they are taking others in so as to avoid dry rot For every man and woman thien jli to be just what they pretend to be For people to be honest and hove the backbone to stay honest The Amercan people have backbone enough for ordinary purposes but more of the kind aliud ed to above would have a wonderful effect upon this country Padncah Register Nuersioh Knowluir- 40enn anemia In the Kontb prove ilnbav- ontcagretemedyorchuuua awl all llalarUi Fmn flatter than Unload and Qnlnlna Con tall no Arnncnlc laarantrcdtrrtt it At Drug gist GOo and aloe bottle STUd Those horrid fits of depression mel ancholy low spirits and sudden irrit lability that sometimes afflict even goodtempered people is due to the blood being permeated with black bile HERBINE will purify the blood restore health and cbcrfulncss Price 50 cents 1 H Williams m I Novel Method An exchange says that the State of Oregon has a novel way of keeping men from drinking Every man who drinks has to take outa license costing him fs per year ond unless he is armed with this document be cannot be served at any hotel or bar every six months the names of all who take out licenses are to be published so that the public may know who are authorized to drink Dot ToUrto ty It i Suokt list tlh ifitj To quit tobacco eanily and forever b wig nelle lull of lire nerve and vigor take NoTo Doc the winderworker that mike weak men trooj Alt drucjtau SOoorll Care uoreDo teed Dooklct and simple tree Addrtai 4 Sterling noICo Ctlcro or New York n K BLOOD POISONIf 700 erer contracted any Blood Dlacatd you are uTter tale nnleu the virtu or baa been eradicated from lbs 0101 A ttimes you see aUrmlnir jmptoma but live la hope no serious results will follow flat you any of hi following ryniptomna throat ulceta on the tougue or IQ the month ImaIr falilute out ach Inc pIni Itchloesa of tb shin wee or blotches on the body ryca red and smart atooucb aeaiul wtakneoe Indication of tbe secondary stage Dont trust to lack Dont ruin your ijitem with the old fotry treatment mercury and poUabwhlch only apl ttw mplulll for a time only to break out airalnwhen happy U lite Dont 1 quacks experiment on you Our NEW METHOD TKEATMENT li to curs you aimrant nro booked by bantc bonds thut ilrw d DrrTAJTtN of pallenti- ha been airaad cured tot over2oyenra- and no return at thu 4Israe to experiment no rl6klIOt a td up bat a post tin cure Tba worat cue sollcltc NERVOUS DEBILITYOOB NBW MnrnOD TnnATM NT will eumyouaaitumakea roan 0t Uusr 110 lollaoace the brain becomes actlre III blood puritted io that all pImple blotches and ulcers dlaappeart hi nerves become strung aa uteri oo fthat nervousness bathf atneia and despondency dluppeT the e become bright the face toll and clear energy returns to Ibo body and the moral phytlcal and sex B mi systems are inelgoratedi all drains CUNtlO morn Iulasl rro eastern The become naturi cod manly You Jlt ouraeU a maa know- marrtaco otbe a allure We inylt nil the cousit us couCdeatlauy- and tree of Dont let a k and fakln rob you Ol your bardearned donate WE Laz CURE YOU OR NO 1AV treat and cure NERVOUS DFIIILITY nSXUALWEAYNESS EM1S BlOt iYPnILIs GLEET STRICTURE VARlCOCKIEiUDNKY and UbAUDEK D1SKASES and all diseases peculiar to men and women Cnreairaanui F teed Ii lctlm7 lIae you toil hope Are you coutemplatln RBAllBRlJ01I 1 H70ur blood beta dlaeaaed OAT ou weak New Treatment will care CoaaalUU matter treated yoa write for an honed Free of Charts Charse ftUCablc DecktrrTbe Gode4 Nnnllo lUaIDltoI oo Dlseae or men Dleaaei of Women The Wages of Sin Vulcoctle Strlctora and Glee All aeat File sealed No medicine sent C 0 D No rants on btxes or envelopes Eyerjlhlflj OonHdintltl QuesUon list and Cost ol Treatmenli FREE lor Home Cura DBS KENNEDY KEROAN K 828 WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO o K K K K K KL K fr K I I i Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL is JoN ROUERN cantor Tszyzr2xos2sa2- Heuph rtvs = C Cumbaltaxa0 44 fllvtrf frHttt ti till HartferlM Codeeorporote Mutt HHirtfori postoffici is tecoodcliss nil mm REPUBLICAN TICKET Poe Reprnentalte ALVIN N IIE2INEIT For Connl Judge PUS ROGERS For County Court Clerk AIN BAGIAMD For County Atlornfjr n L1IEAVBINj For Nhrrlll CAL IMtEOWX for School Nniirrlnlrndrnt JAJIEH DEWEERK For JAiler TI10MANIIBIArK For AtaaorF- ItANR 10 MK- ForHnrTryor JOHN II noon For Coroner DtJl L DAMN- REPUBLICANISM WHAT IT MEANS The Republican party is the young mans party locally and nationally Twenty years ago the Republics party in Ohio Grayson Bteckinridpi and Hardin counties with a number of other Kentucky counties was in i infancy During this time all eave Hardinand she has a magnificen corps of enthusiastic woikers hav renounced and thrown oil the Demo- crathc yolk Where has the vot come prom History answers from the young men of the country as wel as from the ranks of Democracy TH policy of the Republican party is In hearty accord with the spirit of th young men of the country Its policy- Is broad and comprehensive its prig ciplea progressive and to the interest Its teachings have stood tbe test for more than a century and they have invaribly been to the best inter eat of the country The Republican party is not a par ty of opposition and retrogression bu t a party of progress and prosperity and fur the advancement of civilization The test has proven it to be a party thoroughly Americanized an d on it the country depend for lutur greatness lie achievements of thE past have been very gratifying in ev erp sense of the word and its futur is to be more glorious if possible than the past The success of the Republican party in Kentucky dui ing the past is due to the independ ent element of the Democratic recognizing the fact tbat the Repu- Ifcau party is tbe party of the people andfor the people TLe victoriis Ohio county have becu achieve- through pereistenl efforts If the par tys leaders together with many ton of Democracy They have juine- fortunes with the Republicans hereto fore solely from principle but the reasons now as we see itare doubly plausible for a large harvest of theE e young ambitious sons tbnu formerly The Republican party in Kuntuck stands for the sanctity of the ballot for msjirity rule and for the will o the people to be the law of the land Those candidates before the people in Ohio county in behalf of the Repub lican party stand for these principles and when the people chat have spoken with one accord they willsay amen We expect much from the iude pendent voter this yea our reasons lu part are above given Just wha the Democratic candidates before tbi peope will bate their claim on forth consideration ofanyy man his confi dence nod his support u unknown They each and every ouo stand fo y the Goebel law endorsing the contest the disfranchisement of the citizen of Louisville Johnson Martin and Magi fin counties the overthrow o the ballot box and the elevation 01 the criminal classes to offices of trust the appropriation of 100000 of th e peoples money to hang Taylor and damn the Republican paetH packet juries biased and parliztu courts persecution of the innocent pardn fag gamblers and thugs These an among the many things they repre sent Blind and bigoted as they appear in their greed for power the behave in honoring and promotin political turncoats rather than tru and tried party patriots The desti uy of thus cotire of aspirants is cer twin their award is inevitable ruin They cannot succeed in Ohio county s auding as they do the sponsors o iutolerence and bigotry Their da is no more and many truo Democrat believing in awarding life loug ant honorable Democrats for services rather than the castoil of anothe household will refute to join this pro cession Young men why not makE t ynur home in the party whose Inter fits are denticle with yours Alter due consideration you conclude to strike hands with us you will find a home where peace and prosperity and principle and the ballot box are held sacred LAST weeks Herald fathered a letter purporting to come from a Life- Long Republican but in referring to tbat letter this week Mr Ben ton forgets the LifeLong part of tbe gentleman nom de plume and sub stiluteaAn Old Line instead Mr Benton has forgotten the letter he wrote from Cromwell on the 12thof December which he signed An Old Line Republican Some how he seems to be infatuated with this nom de plume and when ho would have LifeLong Republican An Old Line Republican bobs up A G Benton of Cromwell has the follow ing to say in defense of his Sulphur Springs brother The Hartford HirrnLKM trrrnt to doubt tb geoulaenr of the letter pobllihnl In the herald lad wwk In the ilrfrnM ot lain Mil ler endtiguedAn Old Line Kepnbllran Mr Benton we do not deny that that letter was genuine because we actually have the one you wrote the Gleaner and know it to be very much genuine As to excbangioi courtesies will say that we do not have to do this to find LifeLong Re publican We have him spotted already Read Shamrock letter TilE Messrs Benton Matthews journal has the followtng to say about some things we have said relative to Judge Miller The JlMsn Rogtn undertake to moJlt their brutal and Indecent attack on Jndfre Illllerby ealng that they merely relied him e political Hermaphrodite uhlcb they seem to thlbk rellere the Tile name of any odium Bappoee Judge MUler booM without prow cation tall Mr Iloften a political ncoandrel a political thief a polltlcalilanderer or a po litical tODoOrauguD Would Mr Ro m take It kindly and would the public consider It a nice way In which to open a campaign uNow Messrs BentonMat thews we have submitted our argu ment in reference to Judge Millers absoelutely refused to even attempt to con giveneus is billingsgate Here let us submit this question Millersepolitical record WILL YOU DE TOePOINT OUT THE FALSE STATEMENTS WE HAVE MADE Watch for the answers CAPT GARRETT RIPLEY one 01 the many who killed Win Goebel is on trial before Judge Cantrill in Frankfort Just what showing hI will have in this court is well known to those who followed the proceed ings of Vantrills court last summer Judge Cratrills rulings in the Pow ers Howard and Youtsey trials were intensely parlizan biased and preju dicial It is hoped tbat tbe Court of Appeals learned him a lesson aud he is now in condition of mind to give Ripley a reputable trial ut least some show or pretense at fairueu Elimi nate Ooebelism Catrillirm Camp bellum and the100000 isms andre turn to reason again yrWE have just learned through Superintendent Rogers that Mr Ernest Woodward has been asked to IVhitesvhlledschool We have a long pleasant acquaintance with Mr Wood willdget if she be so fortunate ns to secure counrlys best brightest lights Our personal knowledge of his school work bids us say that be Is emminently successful and our neigh herselfIP you want a man to vote for a fair reapportion law nt Kentucky youd better vote for Alvis S Den nett for Representative When you vote for him youre voting for a man pledged to be honest and do the prop er thing but in voting for MrCox you are voting for a privileged character A Democratic Legislature iu Ken tucky is more than a privileged char iacter they are frequently dominated by a boss who assists them in making up their minds to vote REALLY we see no occasion fur BentonV tearing his shirt over our using the phrase political her maphrodite1 in referring to the record 1 of a man who has been a member off every political organization that hot i existed in hie day Science teaches that man acquires something from his associates and environment that his l character is molded in this waywhich teaching is unquestionably true We see no reaaou lor complaint A G TUB South seems bent on riddibg itself of the negro vote in politics apy pears that the South as a whole is bent on depriving the colored citizens of a voice in the government Yet in this country the disfranchises of the coloredman lire his pretended friends about lection time Colored broth next time mayyI remain forever a reminiscence H WHEN the Democratic brethren are r defeated by the people this fall what will they do It is to be hoped that they will bow meekly like men but if they put into practice their past policy the policy of their platform they will immediately carry their case to the Legislature for readjustment as that is the tribunal for settling contested elections SHAMROCK lands tolerbly heavy on Millers LifeLong Republican in a letter to THE REPUBLICAN The true story of this character lies in a personal matter and not from any fault of Mr Rogers We presume tbat Shamrock knows whereof he speaks and if this gentleman desires to come again Shamrock will bo prepared to entertain him- GENTLEMEN of the Democratic nominees when your defeat comes on the 6th of November will you accept it cr will you do as Mr Likens and the other boys in 97 contest The people are very auxious about thir matter If you say that youll submit then please explain why you endorsed Goebela contest Fon good sound reasoning aud from a common sense standpoint we submit the letter of Mr J A Re Deer to the careful consideration of our readers He clearly sets the case before tbe perty in a very concise manner and in his letter he patrioti cally maps out the road to triumphant victory WE feel safe in the assertion that Mr M J Cox tbe Democratic nom inee for Representative if elected will be earnest in his effort to disfran chise the colored voters with the rest of his colleagues What about it Mr Cox ANEW Constitutional Convention is causing a good deal of newspaper war in Tennessee In all probability Tennessee will join her sister Southern States in disfranchising the colored voters MR AOUINALDO compromised with Spain for 800000 the same sum would have accomplished much for the U S but Funstons strategy was better AOHINALDO still attracts attention but his reign of power has already moored on the hespericau shore and pretty soon he will be eclipsed in ob livion GREAT opportunities will be aflord ed our warlike fellowcitizen Emilo Aguinaldo lIe and Mr Bryan would make a drawing opera card WHEN November shall have come and gone the boys will say Well Tom knocked the Wade out BRYANS George Washington of the Pacific like himself has become a thing ot the past THE Philippine rebellion will soon be a thing of the past if the blank oaths bold out BRYAN and Aguinaldo are very similar both are nonenities If troubled by a weak digestion loss of appetite or constipation try a lew doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guar anteed For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Resolutions Whereas It has pleased the Supreme Architect ot thtUniverse to call from labor to refreshment our beloved brother Stephen R Williams Be it Resolved That we bow in humble submission ot the will ol the Great Grand Master of the Universe 2 Tbat we tender our sympathy to the bereaved wife and fatherless child ren and in our devotion will remem ber them at a throne of grace 3 Tbat Ceralvo Lodge No 253 F A M has lost a true faithful audI charitable member the church a great help the community a good peacea the and progressive citzn the chllI dren a kind and loving father wife a devoted and loving 4 That a copy of these husbandI be given the family of the copy preserved in the archives ol the lodge and a copy be sent to The Hart PUbIIlcatlan In Memory Of Mrs Laura Jane Austin wife of Mr Daniel U Austin who died ather home in Beaver Dam March 29 1911 of pneumonia Her remains were In terred in the Beaver Dam Cemetery funeral services conducted by Rev G J BeanThe deceased had bten a faithful member of the Beaver Dan Baptist Church lor thirty six years joined that church when twenty years utjg aud lived n true cluiitian until her deathMrs Austin was a devoted compan ion a loving mother and a good neighbor Her kindness ot disposl then purity of character her good ness seemed A benediction to anyone so fortunate as to come within the sphere ol her sunny presence She leaves a husband and nine children to mourn her loss While we know with sad experi ence how hearts are broken by being rudely torn asunder from our loved ones yet bereaved friends we should not be bowed down at such a time but rather we should take comlort in triumphant feeling which comes from the knowledge that God has separated the soul from the physical body of sorrow and suffering And has taken tbe soul or the spiritual part of our loved ones unto Himself What a comforting thought that is Unman Ity finds it hard to understand DI vine dispensation and become recon ciled to the inevitable- A mothers place In the heart and home cant be filled by any other And the indescribable unexpresslble feel ing loneliness and sorrow can be overcome only by time and humble submission to the Creators decree We extend our most sincere sympa thy to the bereaved family and trust that they may find consolation and comfort sufficient to brace them at this trving time and may the Lord bless and help them to be ready lot the Souls bright home A Warning- To feel tired alter exertion is one thinp to feel tired before U another Dont say the latter in lazinessit- isnt but its a sign that the system lacks vitality IP running down and needs the tonic effect ot Hoods Sarsa paillsi Its a warning teoand tuQerei shonld beging taking Hoods at once Buy a bottle to day The Cumberland Telephone do Telegraph Co INCOMORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana MIslMlppi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishiu an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHeury Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service AS comprehensive and valuable as possi ble and make a specialty of furnishing service to parties living in the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites aud other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky FRANK PIERCE Manager o Marriages Jno T limes Sunnydale to Miss Mamie Coy Palo Date of marriage April 7 Hello Here We Arel H O Shrocteis Floating Studio will be at Rockport March 20th and remain until April 22nd and will go to Ceralvo April 22nd and remain until May ret and from there to South Carrollton May 2nd and remain until May 13th then he goes to Smallhouse May I3tb and remains until May 16th next to Curtley or Humphreys land log May l6th and remains until May iSth then to Point Plcasrtnt May the 18th and remain until My 22nd Alter the grip or other serious Ill ness Hoods Sarsaparilla is the medi cine to take to restore tbe appetite and strength no On account of meeting of the JJev Louisville Jockey Club April 29 today n the I C R R will sell tickets at rate ol 4 20 for round trip from Beaver Dam to Louisville nod return limited to May 13 for return and Ap rid 29 May 6 and May n will sell tick ets at rate of one fare fur round trip Tickets good only on morning trains limited two days lor return o Decoration Day Services till be held at Render school house near graveyard on the 3oth day of May by Preston Morton Post No4 G A R All the tons of soldiers arc invited to meet with us on May 4 at our regular meeting to arrange so they can take part on Decoration Day Services JAMET ASHLEY O m JOHN C CiiAMnERLiN Ailgt d If you have itr you fc know if You know all about the heavy feeling in the stomach the formation of gas the nausea sick headache and general weakness of the whole body You cant have it a week without your blood being impure and your nerves all exhausted Theres just one remedy for you AYQF35anaarilI Theres nothing new about it Your grand parents took it Twas an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparillas were known It made the word Sarsaparilla famous the whole world IIover no other sarsa like it In age and power to cure its II The allI I miI took three lx ttlc and now tel Ilka a new man I would adrlia nil my andetacelled I D Oooo Jan 30 1890 Browntowo Va Wrlla lh CodaI- f7oahey nr complaint wtiitarw 0bdoctorfreelyply AddreeeDa II Mats e A STRONG LETTER Shamrpckt Says LifeLong Republicans Grievances Against Mr Rovers are a Per sonal Matter IWhlltsvlUe Ky Apr 10 1901 Newspaper controversies between rural correspondents a stile nolthI er interest the public nor profits the disputants but the tot of the managers ot the Diongrel ticket headed byI the catRepnblijan ex Populist ex Middle ot the roaded and ex Fusionist to prove a bad case by a questionable witness signing himself A Life Long Republican in the Hartford Herald ot last week calls forth this response However I seek no quarrel with this correspondent a life long Republican undertaking the defense ol a Populist Democratic nominee through the col umns ol a Democratic newspaper is too ridiculous lor serious comment I am acquainted in detail with Life- Long Republicans grievance against Mr Rogersa personal matter ante dating Mr Rogers candidacybut shell spare him for the present at least I have for Judge Miller person ally the greatest respect and should not feel disposed to turn over the pages of his political record except for tbe persistent flirts ol his managers to punish a ycung man whose only sin was a warning shout to the sentinels watching without the peoples gates while the Goebel Irgion sought to strut their liberty II it is true that all the nominations he ever received the office sought the man we must conclude to use an old deer hunting phrase the judge know ed all the crossins Perhaps the offices have grown chronic in seeking the judge but really office seeking is not a serious crime It is only when a man keeps on getting run over rough shod by nominations and changing his poli tics accordingly tbat the public grows suspicious After the November elec lion the Jndge will no doubt Alexan der like weep because there ate no more parties to Jima No man can search the secret in tents of anothers mind except by the light of circumstances but when a man of the ordinary prudence we are willing to concede to Judge Miller will alter cur recent disastrous ex perience with the Democratic patty nationally and tbe recent appalling conduct ol that party In Kentucky and too at a time when distinguished leaders of that party in both State and nation are deserting it will go over to the Democrat patty find immediately accept political preferment at the hands ol his new formed allie he must allow that the light of circum stances will at least contuse thought lul observers as to his motives The Herald said recently that Mr Rogers tried to indnce Judge Miller to announce himself a Republican and stand for the Republican nomination lor County Judge I am not advised as to the truth or falsity of tbls mat ter but it is a fact that for two years or more the county officials living in the court house with Judge Miller de bated among themselves as to which side of tbe fence he was going to fall on It was generally conceded that the Judge was expecting the office to seek him again this year and he was perhaps debating with himself as to which crossing to take his stand on It is not recorded that Mr Rogers political convictions were ot such x debatable character or his greed tir of flee so sharp that his political oppins cote presumed to suggest his j lning the Democratic rauks and standing around on some convenient corner for the nomination of that party for County Judge to strike him Iii Republican dont do it any VingI In revenging your enemy you your friend SHAMROCK +IlrnliifMiCiiiiiinf he trod by local application ni they MODal reach the dlKfUMei fiortlon of the ear men only one way to cure nod that U br rondltn tlnnnl remedies Dralnem to canvd by an In flamed condition ot the nOD llnlnin of the UnlKchlnn Tobe When title tube ireta Inflamed you hnvea rnmbllnM sound or Imperfect bearing Rod when It la entirely cloned denfneM le the rr Kultnnil nnlrMthe Inflammation eon be taken out and the tube rentornl to Ita normal cnndl ton hearing will be dwtoycd forever nine caws ont often are canned by amboIn noth Ina butan Innnnedcondltiod o fare We will gore One 1 1 ami red Dollar for any CUM of Iteafnwa canned by tutarrb that eon not be cured by llaUaintarrh Cnre Send for circular free PJCIIENEYACl1ToledoO Sold by ItroKRlntn 70o Haifa ramUy 1nlarelhabeet- SELECT KY Select again has n physician Dr Hallcraft from Alton Ind Mr Joe Miller and family Green River visited Mr and Mis S M James Sunday Born to the wile of Ed Wlikerson tbi Cta irst A fine b ty Sunday School hex IKen tiwmrrz t with Mi W C Aibuckle buptrii I tendetit Mrs Mnry Biiihry visited Mr ant Mrs Winson Snrli Sunday The walk nn Mr J A lIudI new residence will be bfUi lie soon Mr S M Jame will leave in a itv days for the carter milks In pur chase n new spring stack ol goods By the way we fell In pnsesjioi ol a herald recently ad were very anxious to see what he had to nay about A G Bentou but to our surprise It was as silent about that personage aa death which is convinc lug to us that A G Benton and the Herald scribe are one and the same as The REPUBLICAN contends We nptlce that the Herald scribe is still fighting Mr Rogers NJW il the Herald man Is going to run on the Republican ticket this year he had bett consult the party about it but 616 CKtep 9- iSYIWfJtfDJSl The blood may be in bad condition yet with no external signs tio skin eruption or sores to indicate it The yciptoms in such cases being a variable appetite poor digestion an indescribable weakness and nervousness loss of Cctb and a general rundown condition of the Astern clearly showing the blood has lost its nutritive qualities lias become thin and watery It U In just such case that S S S has done some of its quickest and most effective work by building up the blood and supplying the elements lacking to make it strong and vigorous My wife used sev end bottles of S S S- AS a blood purifier and to tone up a weak and emaciated marked system 1ltltI way improvementVe r real tonic soil bloo- dpuriferJ a IDOPP Princeton Mo the greatest of aU and you win SSSIs t the appetite im at once strength returns and nervousness vanishes as new rich pure blood once more circulates through all part of the system- S S S Is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known It contains no min roll whatever Send for our free book on blood and akin diseases and write our physicians for any information or otlvice anted No charge for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATUNTA CA I am of the opinion that Select Republicans do not want A G Ben Iou or his help Dont be like Mr Jas P Miller join the Populist anti sail round on that pone a while but conic like a man and stop your passin It dont make any dilT r enee what you do or say the people are going to elect Fon Rogers Put this in your pipe and smoke iteau Marion Kooke manager for T M Thompson a large importer of fine millinery of 1658 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the Ute se vere weather I caught a dreadful cold whlc1i kept me awake at night and mAde me unfit to attend my work luring the day One ol my milliners was taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy tor n severe cold at that title which scdmtrti relieve h r so quicky that I bonght some for myself It ictttl like magic god I began to im prove at once Ian now entirely well and feel very pleased to ackuowl edge iu merits For tale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m LAND FOR SALE About 400 acres of well tim bared land in Ohio and I Ian jock counties within about three miles of Kordsvillo Ohio county JCy For sale on easy terms seeurityI Own boro Ky 4rt IL There is only ono way to make a success in life 4y and that is by doing right being honest being t c truthful being saving That is tho way wo have j Tbtliuud f ii when you como to see us Wo show you lION EST goods toll you the TRUTH about thorn and t wo SAVE you money i- To accommodate this trade it requires goods of A every description 1hnt is wlutt wo aro doing ct just peeping a largo assortment of useful articles that people want and must Jiavo 7 There is no money saved by buying what you do NOT need oven if is cheap but there is money t eJ SAVED and big money at that if you will only fi ompuro our goods and prices with tlloso of other t merchants and select what you NEED pay for itits wo do business for CASH and do not cliargo 1hnttCa Lust week AVO told you about some of our now 1 goods and thought wo would quote you prices this week but our space is limited and instead we rci spectfully ask you call and wo will cheerfully give desireiIt is our tin und desiro to keep tho best and newest goods to select from und as wo have nn ex etra largo stock you can surely find something that i L will please you especially in Dry Goods Calicoes Iawns 1eivals Dimities Duck etc and every i thing worn during tho Summer months + We will announce that our now stock of I is now in and you can surely find r Shoesi1our assortment that will fit you These i been selling on their MERITS ll bt gin wearing Browns 5 Shoes you will wear noihrandI to Clothing wo will say that our stock complete Wo have n good assortment i ct and you cnn gut what you want Our prices arc o atho lowest and thats why wo soil moro Suits than tl unhollyche HATS AND I1LLINmtYHumomhor wee 3 1 WifOt I rTakel Iu Feeling Nervous I thingsdisturband worry over trifles Your heart jumps and palpitates at every sudden noise you cant concentrate your mind on your work memory fails and you do not sleepwell at night In the morning you appetiteof any kind Nervous prostration has no terrors for those who use Ie For a number of years I was troubW I with nervousness and dizziness My dulJpainin i bgantaking e me from the very start and I WM soon feeling well Whenever I feel a little off now one or two doses put me right again W W TROWBIUDDH III Delta Ohi Dr Miles NervineI-tstops the nervousness soothes the irritation quickens the pulse stimulates the dies systemSold1 I- nDO tl YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED 4 i ml 1111311 Hay Iklo Ties Coilwire Grato Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmuigs otc Cull on MpSenry Mffg Mach Co i McHonry Ky 1 d- li I RUSHING TIMES NOW At the Peoples Favorite Trading Place Wo wish to thank our friends for their liberal patronage since our Spring Opening one week ago Our sales have far exceeded our expectations Wo wish to remind you again that our liousois crowded with nIl tlioJiWcsl wearable thats Fashion dictates A look from you Would bo wise on your J part and appreciated by us Bargain Specials for the next jv two weeks v Specials in Shoes Complete line of Piiesmeyere fine Shoes and Slippers livery lady In Ohio county knows that the name Priesmejer on Shota means Styles sad Durability We are sole agents Pound In no other house in Hartford II Elegant Shoe from at5o to fl 50 High grade Slippers Item ft 25 to 250- HamlltonBrowu Shoes for men are the finest Shoes made We are their agents In Hartford and have their complete line Price run irom f1 50 to 400 livery pair guaranteed Lubber Gents Shoes of finest Viet Kid sizes II to 2 at 135 to 1 5ODfeobeverdip Shoes midisby the Bachelor Shoe Co all guaran teed to be of the but stock from 125 to I2 00 Per pair garment Wo are better over 1 supply High Goods at a Cash Want your Eggs Feathers II Place r = Hartford Republican APRIL is I Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Tablo 1w ram card taktna rant loodar Ikc r 4 1ItoO tooon Round Nnnlti BoniKl No 112 do SAT aID NJ JIl Jtwllola m NolWdo JMpM No 101 ilM MO j m Nnlnderlk2pIn No III do Hlp m- Lral Erelahta 1M dot 3M p n Noldaerabam911Yo a Anoot nSClia lD ILa VoKMAHIMTHtTF W a A Uiortijd oiiiiio aee T 1iB Tayhr Aaaadld rOf ihtonfnell- Maai t rtalOItlct action 0Mb We ara atbprltm tq announce groWMartlnrterlaal n IIld abrt to tit till rlloD Oromwril of the ItepabilaD part srm hir p u Uw- Inttme drurrlta CONSUMPTION See Keowns Pertllizr pur elsewhere Popcorn hot buttered so nice at the Sloger Office you want the place to get it is Cr Qurter size collars make you look spruce and trim 150 CARSON Co Miss Olive Carson who has been vlsitlngMtf Owensbororetnrned home Moutayr D m oou i9WlbtGrsi Williams- will8elli q frpm up f T 1 hurrah llurrahlheje3herio i yonre Psrtiifcirtbe1 the Its goingtO those who come first JoiiNG KBOWN Please buy oneof our hate and compared wltUbur competitors It It Is gooVcoine haclc nhil get Ji sR5oCroyoufAu cWhatever may be the underlying weve got a aargerf and tetter fas tcl1 btocfkgl lothing tianever before prices 1r CARSON Co oOrJ S ai lLLS= Roof 1M Iler dcure c blllocincsi sick headache nausea tton etc lJjgrare b h to a coJ or break up a fever Mlldccutle7 ate wo i Vc etabl they womhn1 pi 1C noon eb LoweU Mus rsw Clothing Specials Mens aINwool Dlack Cheviot Suits nicely lined and finished SI a regular 7 59 Suit Boys allwool Suits knee pants nicely finished elastic waistband size 6 to 15 years at ISezactjly what others want 2 oo for All wool fancy Junior Suits age 3 to 8 year a stylish lor Little Men SI 50 found in no house for less than 2 oo Mens all wool Cnsslmere Worst I ed Pants grand assortment all sizes Prices 125 to 3 5 Linen and Crash SultaWe know It is a little early to wear I these goods we merely want you to know where to find them They are in our Louse at just a shade lower than other folks have them I prepared this Season than before tor you with Class Low Price i We Wool Hams Etc Remember the is FRIDAY farIe elI subtcttothe lIpablltn part Mal before chasing Popcorn ilItaFertilizer John Keowns I5QQ HurraM noffis theJoi lsundlcp iodises II I Mr Dan F Tracy Louisville is in town Mr Jo B Vickers is in Drakesboro this weekIMr U M Everly Render called to see us Monday I Mr E P Gary Arnold called to see us Wednesday Esq W I Rowe Cerltertown was in town yesterday Born to the wile uf Jim Tinsley colored twin girlsIMr Robert lloyd Horse BrancbC called to see us Tuesday t Mr John H Barnes Beaver DamI was in town Wednesday Mr R S Reaves Morgantown was in town WedllesdarIMr I S Bartlett Clear Run was a pleasant caller yesterday Mr and Mrs J B Wilson visited relatives near Pientis Sunday MrsJ B Foster who has pneuI mon1i improving slowly Hot Popcorn and Peanuts constant lyon hadat the Singer OfficeI Try that delicious buttered popcorn at the Singer Office So nice MrML Heavrin went to Louis + 1 ville returning Sunday Miss Gracie Forrester who hasI pneumonia is improving slowly MrWill Woodward and sister Miss Gussle Centcrtown have measles Mils Ella Rowe Owensboro is vis King her auut Mrs John C Thomas New Shoes honest most stylish andcomfortableat Carson Cos Mia AJ Casey and children GutbI tie are visiting relatives in Hartford blI e a number of students have rucafclta but all are doing splendidly Misses Emma and Ida Park city made us ulte a pltaaaot can Tues dolY f To lgKtl CollegeaHall and see the Old Maids Asso dftlionY Means L C Brown and T H Ben ton Centertown called to see us Tuesday Mr and Mm G H Vickers Lynn la are the guests of Mr and Mrs Jo- B Vickers MioeBttogere Cromwell spent MegMaster sick for the Past few days is able to beoutacalnj sMr A W Davidson and daughter Miss Margaret are visiting relatives near 3vtr Dam r Jw THE PEOPLE KNEW HIM Benspnt Platter Is Pates KattiO George Washington mado and aold Lour marketbranded eftraIaedDenson Porous Plaster sells on its repu tobelmitatlonrollloedyphfilolans and druggists and a multitude settledthatmuaeu1ergrippneumoniaexternal treatment are at once relined and cure I by Bensons Plaster Capelcum InferiorNoBensons In competition with the bestknown enlOohaTeprepayUnited States on receipt of 25c each abury NY TO SUBSCRIBERS Our representative Mr C E Smith will call on you inn fov clays to settlo for TIE lEiiniiicAN You will confer quito a favor on us by promptly settling arrears and enowiijg your subscription All patrons will bo permitted l 0 settle for 100 per year Miss Martha May Rogers Crom well is visiting her grandmother Mrs Magdalene Rogers Mr and Mrs Sam T barnett of near town who have been on the sick lit arc reported to be improving Our prices look like a cat in a pond small prices and extra quality of oods CARSON Co Miss Virglline Hoeker and Mrs C Auitln Beaver Dam visited Mrs Vayne Griffin Wednesday At last here are decent colored shirts Tonycant make you look Ike a gawk CARSON Co FOR SALUA good secondhand wagon very cheap HENRY FIEU SON rWhat a beautiful line of ladles slippers and shoes Quality extra prices rock bottom at Carson Gos Here are some new fancy shirts for spring that will not rob a man of his reputation to wear themCARSON lit Co The little child of Mr and Mrs andy Rowan near Beda died Sunday nd was burled Monday at Mt Herr non Mr Ben II Ringo who is n mem Jer ol the State Board of Kqualiza ion now in session at Frankfort was et home Sunday We have a limited number of Cycle nd Tool grinders which we over very cheap in order to introduce them HENRY FIELD SON We have a lot of nice straw matting cotton and hemp warp The igurs are simply swellelegant and price 0 K CARSON Co If you want to see something nice and entetainlng go tocollegehall to light and see the Old Maids Asso They say its fine Dont forget that we have a beautl nl line mercerized ginghams also ome elegant patterns In foulard silk CARSON Co Dont buy a spring suit of dubious make but let us show you suits that are guaranteed to be worth the money CARSON Co Little fellows spring toggeryno- where I such an assortment as here nowhere such prices CARSON Co ATTENTION FARMERS I I have just received a car load of the best grade ertlfizer and its all for you Come end see JOHN G KEOWN Mr John Vaught of Pinkneyvllle III who bad been visiting In hartf- ord for several days returned to his ome Tuesday Mr Vaught formerly lived here We can start a young man or lady In the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap Call and get our scholarship and go to school The Old Maids Association meets at College Hall to night All the folks are Invited to attend but youd better take your purse along with you- Father Rudolf Ruff Central City was the guest ol Mr Louis Guenthers family Wednesday lie held mass in the morning for several members of this church Mr Finis Rowe Centertown who recently returned from the army In the Philippines is quite tick His trouble is a complication of diseases which are very annoying Miss Nellie Rummage daughter ol Mr and Mrs Ben Rummage Beaver Dam died Sunday night of pneumonia Her remains were burled at Lib erty church Monday afternoon Our lace curtains are simply eles gant at the price arid remember we have the nicest poles and fixtures to go with them ai the smell price of one dime CARSON Co Mr Ed Bennett of Davless county member of the Texas crew at Santia go visited his uncle Mr J 1 Car son Sunday and Monday He has recently made a tour of the globe Hello ladles here you arp just more pretty things In summer wash goods Give us a look and we will make no kick if we canJ convince you that our qualities and prices are all right CARSON Co Dr A F Stanley is having an ele Kant office arranged over the postof fice He will Eon be prepared to en ter into his profession Dr Stanley is a very promising young physician having a very bright future being energetic and untiring as be Is In his chosen vocation his success in that field Is practically assured The Fourth Congressional District Teachers Association will meet at Sbepherdsvllle the a6lh and 3th The teachers of the district should make it a part of their professional business to attend these meetings It la beneficial in many ways It devel ops the teacher broadens his concep tions as to the duties of his profession and better equlpps him for the duties of the schoolroom Mr J W Gardner of Elizabeth town representing the Kentucky Childrens Home Society came to Hartford last weekand arranged with the Fiscal Court to take five of the little children in the Almshouse Into the home he represents These little unlortunates are placed in homes throughout the Statemany are adopt ed under the laws and become mew bers of good families It the county could dispose of the almbonse as cheaply as it did the five children it certainly would be the thing to do and then children are placed in good homes and have some one to look after them they are not humiliated by circumstances which surround all almsbonses Mr Jno C Riley has sold his stock in the Bank of Hartford and resigned as cashier Mr Riley Is a business man of few equals and his retirement from the bank will be quite a surprise to his friends Mr John T Moore has been chosen cashier in Mr Rlleys stead He is a young man who just ly merits the confidence of the banks patrons and his promotion is in rec ognition of his merits as a business man The future policy of the bank will be on the same principle as the past which has been very gratifying Jo the stockholders Mr Rowan Hoi brook is assistant cashier and his extensive friendship will add greatly to the banks interest We wish the old bank continued prosperity believing that it Is deserving and will receive Its portion ot the business of the country Birth Day Dinner Squire Park was sixtythree years old on Easter His wife and Children very pleasantly suprised him with a birth day dinner He was not satin fied with having only his children present but desired two old comrades Judge Morton and Uncle Louis Guen ther Alter engaging for a while in a lew war stories they were invited to partake of the bountiful repast Hav Ing enjoyed the feast they were eag erly engaged in telling of the hard ships of war life This however was seasoned by an occasional joke from Judge Morton The squire has striven hard in rais ing a large family and has met the battles of life in the open field He has met with defeat in many and has overcome itall He and his wife entered upon the voyage of life pen niless They have succeeded in securing a comfortable home for etch of their eleven childen Mr Park says that his only desire is that he may live each day as though it was the last day of his life that when the summons comes he maybe ready to meet his God in peace Q Last Friday Messrs Rowan Hoi brook and H P Taylor bought the capital stock of the Dank ol Hartford Ky held and controlled by Mr J C Riley of Hartford Ky and Mr J C Durrett of Midway Ky Mr RI- ley retired as cashier and Mr J T Moore was elected as his successor with Mr Rowan Holbrook as aseitant cashier By the excellent manage ment of Mr J C Riley and his assistant Mr J IiMoore this bank has been one of the strongest finan del institutions in this county at least and we predict for its present managers the same meed ol praise that is justly credited to Mr Riley the re tiring cashier The Bank of Hart lord Ky is the pioneer Bank of the county and has always had the greatest confidence ot the public Besides Messrs Holbrook and Taylor have transferred their stock bought ot Messrs Riley and Durrett to home people leaving the stock all in the county The Best Remedy for Rheumatism QUICK RELIEF PROM PAIN All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I bad a severe attack ol rheumatism in my arm and about der I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommended by Messrs Geo F Parsons Co druggists of this place to try Cham berlalns Pain Balm They recom mended it so highly that I botfght a bottle I was soon relieved of all pain I have recommended this lint ment to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best rem edy for muscular rheumatism in the market For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m IILittle Strokes Fell Great Oaks The giantt of the forest most yield at lott to the continual of the woodsman When the human Moodhas become dogged and impute the little drops of Hoofs SarsaparSU property taken wfl fell the oak of tad blood l7tdU Jr tPROSPECTS FLATTERING For Glorious Victory Says Mr J A ReneerStrong Appeal for Party Harmony wCentertown Ky April 9 1901 EDITOR REPUBLICAN Sir it it is not asking too much or tresspasalng on your space and the patience of the readers 61 The RBPUB LICAN Iwish to say a few words through its columns to those who may read It I am very much interested in our county campaign and want to contribute what I can to the success of our ticket this fall believ ing as I do with a united effort that Ohio county will this fall give the large Republican majority it has ev er given It increases my enthusiasm and doubles my ambition to do what I can for the ticket in the field They are all good and worthy men they were not all my choice in the primary but was the majoritys choice and the majoritys choice are the ones that I am for not simply because they re ceived a majority ol the votes in the primary but it is because they are just as good men as the ones that I supported in the primary The Democrats would have you be lIeve that if you voted for John Rone or Judge Morton in the primary that you should not vote for the nominee Mr Heavrin or if you supported Judge Wedding you should not vote for Foci Rogers this fall supported Wedding in the primay and I dont think the judge has a truer friend In the county than myself but a majority of Republican voters nominated Mr Rogers and I am for Rogers there Is not a man in the county that will support Mr Rogers more readily than myselfI so soon forget how hard the young editor stood for principle and right and to save our State from being disfranchised and disgraced when the savage howler of the Goe bellies was heard even at our own door the young editor was always ready to show them up in the proper Sight Republicans stand firm and our re ward will be the grandest victory this fall we have every achieved The Democrats say they wl1r move heaved and bell that they may defeat For Rogers Now my readersdont become alarmed at this for you know that the Lord has said you cannot aerv God and Mammonsowhen you feel the earth begin to tremble you may know that the Democrats have only succeeded in moving hell to their purpose therefore we need not fear for we know that heaven will never join forces with hell so be hon eat and loyal to both our party and our party candidates J A RENRER a CENTERTOWN KY Richard James is on the sick list this week but not dangerously ill Miss Nellie McKernan near town is reported as bring very sick we hope she may soon recover Mr Tom Paxton of Louisville It visiting Messrs L C Morton and Alvin Rows of this town The Misses Reneers of Rochester are visiting their cousins the Reflect Bros here Mr Frank Allen has recently moved Into the property purchased of Mr W A Tichenor Mrs Fannie Bullock has moved in to the Curtis property on Market St Mrs Fannie Benton has bought and moved Into the Frank Ross property on South Church St Mr J A Reneer has recently pur chased the Lee Rowe residence Mrs J M Carter is visiting her parents near Rockport Rev Shngart filled his appointment here Sunday be delivered an able ser man MrE A Fox of Louisville will speak here on the nlghtof April 19 bid work is in the interest uf Sunday schoolsWhy not organize a Sunday schoolMAY SULPHUR SPRINGS KY April toWe noticed in the lice aid of last week a letter from A Life Long Republican of this place giv ing Judge Miller quite a send ofl My fellow Repubtlcansrfor I am aRe publican and have been all my life and am proud of the grand old party I must say that Judge Miller needs encouraging and in his time ol need this poor old weakminded Life Long Republican comes to his rescue with quite a cheetful contribution This poor old Life Long Republican is one ot the Judges style He rus been on top ol the fence for some time not knowing just which way to fall But ah I at last you heard him squeal and if he is able to squeal again per haps the next time he will be a Popu list Know Nothing or something ol the Judges style So after all the Republican party lies lost but very little for it is beneficial to the Republicans to get such men to join tbr Judges band Judge Miller is a sensible man IIestays to his home an looks artr r1 EVERYBODYS STORE 1 Every Department Crowded With Spring Goods Our previous success in the most output of General Merchandise encourages us to make still greater efforts And our buyers in the purchase and selection of this seasons stock have overreached any former undertaking both in the selections of styles anti the quantity of goods bought Wo can positively GUARANTEE the greatest variety in patterns and range in price that will be offered from any source this season Wo fully realize the weight of our declaration and the dependence placed on it byour patrons and it is pur unalterable purpose to redeem every promise wo make If you are not a customer of ours the first step is tovisit our MAMMOUTH EMPORIUM and look carefully through our different Departments anti it will be an easy matter for you to decide that wo can 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 ate of the handsomest styles the perfection of weaves excellent quality together with the lowest price have cammanded 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 ot Hats being carried from this Department we are fully convinced that this line is meeting the hearty appioval of every visitor Dont fail to visit this Garden of Flowers and innumerable shapes of fashions latest conceptions Miss Viola Pirtle witAhtwo 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 adherance to the latest styles both as to Patterns and Tailoring and we are showing the largest line ol 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 Department is fullof Shoes and Slippers for Men Women and Children from the most reputable factories In this countrymakers of high class fashionable footwear and we have made the prices right on every pair of them Scrims 1loaG 6 RNAsays subject Clothesbuying look Barnes boy says now look Barnes workingmi cottage home of wealth aro leadership consent appreciate and morp today or will show you many things than is mehtioned- in this P BARNES BRO Beaver Darn Ky his folks He draws lurrers ez straight cz he tAnpokesifudge Miller is a dreffle smart manIlies beeu on all sides that pelfBut still a part of plan Hes been to one party that tl is hlmsellIto GENUINE STUPPI 0ResolutionsThe following resolutions were adopted the Beaver Dam Epworth League at a meeting held day April i 1901 SuudayI Whereas The angel of again visited our town and has born away the spirit of our beloved friend end associate Miss Coots who departed life April 4 1901IWhereas The town ol Beaver Dam one of its brightest and most beloved young ladies and our Epworth League one of its most I devoted Christian workers Therefore be ItIResolved That we do ex 111haveto those who knew her as ot embe11Imatic IiResolvedthe of a beloved ass- ociateNerve I I Food i If you have neuralgia Scotts Emulsion Liver Oil will feed nerve that is cry i ing for foodit is and set your whole body going in to satisfy nerve wind brain from your usual food That is curetIf you are nervous table you may only need more fat to cushion your nerves you are probably thinand Scotts of Cod Oil will give you fat begin withajFullyou need from usual food and Scotts help you j to that sampleheSCOTT lit DOWN ChcuiUtI Hljr New Yor- kjocndjtoo lldn KEi U Mens Hats and Furnishings Mens Boys Cbildrens Hats in all the shapes andcolorlDjta Mens Boys and Children Shirts in any effects the Spring and Summer Mens and Boys Underwear in newest designs greatest of Neckwear purchased by us before Ladies Furnishings in new effectsW B Armorside and other standard brands of Corsets in all stilesIUnderskirts In all colors at a nice range In prices NECK WEAR In nil the new up to date designs Collars in quite a variety of shapes Belts of all kinds Umbrellas in quite a variety of handles and cover ings Silk and Llslethread Gloves House Furnishings We have doubled our Carpet stock both in tings and Ingrains can show you a line of these goods you cant any where else Every Pattern bright new Rugs and Oil Cloths in same proportion Endless variety of Window Shades Curtains Drap tries and Superb variety of Quilts and Table Covers Furniture of every description and for every room in your house at a range of price that you cant fall to be pleased with O K Cooking Stores to make life easy cook lug a pleasure TOne friend to another when tho of is being discussed ct The Mother when ho wants n Suit at In the ns in the wo accorded tho by common which wo duly over strive to fullly merit A look at Barnes tomorrow seasonable good other nd E his wuz his true and by night Beulah this hrs lost efficient mem bers and hereby row for loss of Cod the hungry again away Emulsion Liver the to Emulsion will and nr for The line ever Underwear neat and Kid Mat and see and and who was just entering the bloom o f womanhood we find consolation in belief that it is well with her for we mourn that she is now an inhabitant of the Celestial City Resolved That we extend to the bereaved family the tenderest sym bowlourone whom we too have leared love so well- Resolved That a copy of these res be spread upon the minutes our League and a copy likewise be presented to the bereaved family HAM BARNES ComIResolutions adopted by the R B G Literary Society ol West Kentucky Seminary relative to the death of Miss eulah Coots April 4 1901 The departed I The departed They visit us in dreams They float about our memories Like shadows over streams happyInour hearts are so sad ecause they are gone Whereas With sorrowful hearts we apei ge a Whereas We stand to day with tearful eyes and bemoan our irrepara loss in the demise ot our dear young friend Therefore be it resolved That while we know not what it means This desolate heart jA This dread to take our daily VIi And walk In it again v Nor why were left to wonder still Nor why we do not know We humbly acknowledge the unerring wisdom of the Great Father and patiently bide the time when we shall know as we are known the time when we shall awake in Ills likenefs 2 That while we deplore the early transition of her we knew and fondly loved the memory of that hallowed friendship shall be ever present with us to strengthen and to cheer us until we too go unto the Father 3rd That our tenderest sympathies extended to her loved uses whose hearts are wrung with anguish and whose home is desolate without her charming presence and we would commend them unto Him who has said Come unto me and I will give you test and again Ye shall be sorrowful but your sorrows shall bend to joy I shall see you again your heart shall rejoice and your no man taketh from you 4th That a copy of these resolu be spreed upon the records of our society a copy be furnished Holly Leaves and the county papers far publication and a copy be sent to the bereaved family BESSIE BARNRS COHOHLIA WKLBORN Com DORA B GIBSON J I i f Do 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 All persons having claims against R W Blankenshlps estate will file same with me at Beaver Dam Ky on or before May rl 1901 and have them properly proven 3318 W R CHINK Admr r i Storm The well known Render Jack owned by F M Allen will stand at Center town the season 1931 beginning first ol April 348t The first Saturday In May will be Trading Day at Rockport Ky On that day you are requested to take to Rockport any thing you have for sale or trade this call is for horses mules farmingtools Prominentbuyers other live stock will be present If you have ANYTHING that do not ned take it to Rockport that day and trade it for something you do need Do not go there empty banded and say you have so and so 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 advertised in Butler Mublenberg Mc Lean and Ohio counties Black Diamond Will stand at my stable near Small house the present season of 1901 and will serve mares at 6 oo to insure a mare with foal Money due when facts are ascertained or mare trans leered Black Diamond is idfc hands high a beautiful black with mealy points four years old and owned by F M Allen Smatlhouse Ky 3tf Rough River Telephone Company IXCOtrCBiTCD ITalk being cheap and necessar should patronize home folks t where you don buy your own phones build own lines and in talking distance with I the whole count and business points generally by only vayinR- I RoughRiverthey will be at the whole expense PatoIWe connect with ill IndeDindMt GiMftMi mechanical CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA CNOU OOON Womans Home Comnanionl c THE IDEAL HOME- MAGAZINE twentyeighth year profuselymonth each page by inches and new everyissuepopularAmerlcm the ideal family magazine magnificently departments edited and full interest As magazine has periors and few any equals 600 Pages Pictures PAOE EQUAL FOUR CRMNARV MAGAZINE Hundreds thousands con- sIder family necessity clean Its contents varied entertaining the highest neither sationalism provincialism neuLive Agent Wanted Every Community Most Liberal SubKrpli Price SI03 Year Ten Cents Copy Send Ten Cents her sample copy and we will send you elegant- engravingI inches size Landseers famous painting Defiance Stag Day this offer when you Address WOMANS HOME COMPANION Springfield Ohio FIELD SON roEO TRANSFER LINE cW A A aver tea 4 134sTEoEW YFAST AND 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lJemiertS1JPPllllifel I n YO Cm Is in its Is 54 a ir16 a is Its are ex ports are of a home it no su if I200 EACH IS TO PAGES of it a It is while are anti of order It sen nor d A In Term a a a a an 20 bf2S in of or at write i = =O ==ti 2 ==O=C C == c A THE t p DY F uu uo t D s UUu B It U ol to wt at la e == =t It lie fro ran our fa e Ch t cllltlM 18 paper 16 11 2 3 412 Walnut Stroot Cincinnati lhio- i l I f Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL la CHANGED CONDITIONS From Good to Bad in 1892 and From Bad Back to Good in 1896 Industrial conditions which prevailed In the United States at four year 5 ago have been completely reversed Then and for three years before work men were clamoring for employment now employers are clamoring fo workmen Then the factories am railroads were burdened with mon capacity than business now they ar burdenedwith far more business that capacity Then the genius ot main facturers was strained to devise tutntu by which production fhould be re daced to the minimum capacity o their plants now all the skill at thei command is called into requisite ti provide means tor increasing pfidnc tlon Then the idle were struggling to secure employment while the em ployed struggling to prevent the fl wages now no honest and e pbu man need want lor work and ytrujj gin ol the employees is to raise wage Unwise counsels so reduced dutln in 1883 as to depress Industry seed cause discontent Then Cleveland was elected by a bare majority tl 23 000 votes He devoted an entile nt nual message to attack upon the Pro tective Tariff Ha failed however tc set a Tariff MU passed but kept in dustry in hot wter till his defeat by Harrison was assured Then recovery began the volume of business in creased in 1889 by two billions of dollars and wages rose higher The McKinley Tariff came in 1890 and wages rose still higher The bus ness in 1892 reached the highest point ever known up to that tlmef63 232000000 through clearing house- and the workmen shared in the prosperityIn Cleveland came in again Business shrank immediately The worst panic for half a century drove more than two million men out of employment and deprived the rest o nearly 20 per cent of their fonJel wages The volume of business In 1894 was 26 per cent smallei than It 1892 and the Wilson Tariff taught tbi country the practical effects of Democratic theories McKinley framer o the Tariff of 1890 was elected in 189 by the heaviest plurality ever cast be lore for an American President belnp 603514 though In 1900 be increase that plurality to 859824 The vote of workmen in the great Industrial States were overwhelming and the election ol a Republican Congress as sured the return to the national polio- which defends American labor Ther- was an immediate improvement in industry and this received a great impetus from the Dlngley Tariff so that the volume of business through clear- Ing houses jumped from 50 billions In in Clevelands st year to over 90 bee lions in 1900 Wages rose to the highest general level yet attained since the day when they were reckon ed In depreciated dollarsLeaven worth Times The Best Remedy for Rheumatism QUICK nULIEl PROM PAIN All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheumatism in my arm and shoul der I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommended by Messrs Geo P Parsons Co druggists ol this place to try Cham berlains Pain Balm They recom mended it so highly that I bought a bottle I was soon relieved ol all pain I have recommended this llnl ment to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best remedy for muscular rheumatism in the market For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Read and Ponder The effort of any newspaper to build up a town Is practically nullified unless it is backed up by the bust ness men of the town A stranger turns from the news columns of a pa Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble the mind dls courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor iileidisappear when the soon kId- neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has so prevalent that It Is not uncommon borntt neys If the child urln atC too often If the urine scalds the flesh or U when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwamp Root Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty fvA cent and one dollar sizes You may have a irEu sample bottle by mall nootewamprtcoLingthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer U Co Binghamton Nr Y be sure and mention this paper per to its advertising columns end II be falls to find there the business cards of the merchant and profession al firms he comes to the conclusion that the editor is not appreciated in which case it is a good place to keep clear from No town ever j rewwith lout the active assistance of Its pipers Nor can papers grow and but d up their localities without the assistance of the town Business men should realize this and remember that in lending support to their local paper they are not only building up their own business but are helping to support that which is steadily working lor the growth of the whole town rLookt A Hlltth In Tlme Karnnla llnghetTonte elMte plra ant ta ken In carlj Mnrtnic aad Full pretest lAlile IengneandSlaladalFeverL Arts on the liver andegluti 60e aDd fIoo bolll CASTORIA-r For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I SlnUT o Something About Funston Gen Frederick Punslim was born In Ohio in 1866 but was reared on a farm in Kansas lie started to col lege but his money gave out and he dll not graduate He then did a lit tie newspaper work and then collected fares on Santa Fe tralba between Kansas City and El Paso He began his career ot adventure by a trip into the Death Valley of California to col ltd botanical specimens for the government in which he had a very bad time Then for the department of ago riculture he made a canoe trip from the head of the Yukon river through the Klondike country to the rivers mouth and received special public thanks of the department He then lived in New York by writing feature articles about his western adventuress till the Cuban rebellion began and in 1895 be joined the Cuban army In tending to correspond for a New York paper lie distlnguised hlmsell In action and Gomez made him a cap tarn When our war with Spain began I th Governor of Kansas appolted him- r colonel cf a regiment His exploit in swimming a river In North Luzon under a bot firefirst made him known to the country and the army Between the time of his Cuban ser- I 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Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nas sau and Porto Rico via Southern Rail wayInformation 130 Fourth Ave Louisville A Whedon Passenger Agent W A TCIK Gen Pass Agent Washington D C WM II TAVtosi A O P A Loulaville Ky NEW THROUGH LINE itmitH tniirtiu M- OCHICAGO A new through car line has hen established lor the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Bvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road =from Evansvllle to Mattoon iors rlyf a part of the P D It 8 RyTl service Lois follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun C LvBvansvlle 730 pm 730 am Ar Chicago 7iooa m 7oopm SOUTHBOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago e 84optn Syoam AI Evansville 805 a m 55opta Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ot you local ticket agent ItaenNmirtounaN W de Ieetebe i irw to r N-dowertsb t fr wreerl u7w- abO nhp i ii- nurreeba n TabU OROPsycvulIW1aUanmrM OOM tealoyjtSmbannnn CNno COW PEAS 2 3 SODA BEANS i grdaandare two 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