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to isle care Collection a ap 1aUj E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will hie llt aU the court ol Kentucky apelaltteotlontventoconrtlon MtUemento duradenfa ease rtlmlnal practice Ofllc npatolra Griffin block JSR WEDDINGAnO- fiNEYairdCOUNSEUORitlAW HARTFORD KY II WUlpratkrhlsptobaloeIi1lbcoertofhlo nrale rpt aUeBtton irtTMi to nlrtedtohim pmcelriarpauwagbolidlog t R HiWEDDING LaYHARTFORD Will practice hU profgealon In tbaconitaol Ohio r aodadiotatoahoqtlry Ai QNOlartlubik 0- i t southernRailway Through El htjkaioetheru state KENTLICICXfS11AJtSFslSoutll CAROLINA ALBAMA VIR GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 641 Ullea ThreDell1TrainsBetwenLout Till sod Ieilmrton Obewratlon Chair Can TrllaI aa t MnUTlHe Irani Serenth atreetUntMDepl necMnn with train olthe IulMURtdylt BUU Hn r For Information addreaa AWaanrPiTArlelthAri Looteiitll1- YW U Taw Abtgpt 0k i Af loilaTlUe totttlcsr3lnidcluali t WATua Oea IMI I t t r J LOGAN STAUTE UNVEILED Memory of the Great Soldier Honored by the Nation President McKInley Pays an Elegant Tribute to the Dead He ro Oration by Senator Depew The heroic bronze equestrian Hat utea of MaJ Gen John A Log n which teats on an imposing bronze in Iowa circle wad unveiled at Washing ton on the 9th Inst in the pretence of the PreaUh nt the cabinet the wid owand relatives of the gallant sol diet many of his comrades in arms and a vast multitude of people The sculptor Fraukiln Simmons who was Itll1IIof bis work WM also present Muter George Tucker grandson ol the honored warrior pulled the unveiling cord at 245 oclock The folds ol the loge Ametictn nag fell away and the the dashing figure of Black John Logan seated on his charger stood revealed amid a roar of cheating that echoed far down the intersecting streets and avennes The President and the members of his cabinet had been COrkdto the statute bia mil itary parade under command of Col Francis L Guenthcr of the 4th Unit ed States Artillery Mrs John A Logan and other relatives sat upon a platform at the base of the monument Mrs Logan has been quite ill with the grip recently but was able to be prevent She was escorted by Col Maxwell Woodhull who was Gen LogIn Adjutant Gen eral during the civil war The President and his cabinet and other distinguished gurus occupied a nag draped stand opposite this plat form while In another stand extend log around the monument were other guests including many of Gen Lo gins old comrades representatives ot John A Logan Post O A R of St Lonls the Logan Republican Club of Brooklyn and the Logan Club of Philadelphia Tug rBpSIDKNTl SPEECH Following brief introductory by Gen Dodge Prealdent McKinley de livered the following address I Mr Fellow CltlzensIt Is a good token when patriots are honored and patriotism exalted Monuments which express the nations gratitude for great deeds inspire great deeds The statute unveiled to day proclaims our countrys appreciation ol one of her heroic sons whose name is dear to the American people the Ideal soli diet oftwo wars the eminent Senator and commander Gen John A Logan Logans career was unique Ills distinction does not rest upon his mill tary achievements alone Isle services in the Legislature of his own State in the National House ol Represents tlves and In the Senate of the United States would have given him an equally conspicuous place in the an pals of the country lie was great In the forum and in the field Some names instantly suggest a sentiment That ol Logan stands for exalted patriotism This was the key ot his success Party politics was nothing to kin when the Union was in danger When the alternative carne be was swift to dedicate his life and fortune to the patty of Lincoln because it stood for the indivisibility of the Union How much he did to create and increase the sentiment of loyalty and patriotism among the people ol his own State and through out the nation can never be told He stood with Douglas holding up the cause ol the Union and offered up blown life as a cheerful sacrifice il need be for Its preservation In Washington with most onerous and exacting senatorial duties resting upon him he was devoted to the wants and necessities of his old com rades His sympathy his services i and his limited purse were never denied i them in their treed He was among the first commanders of the Grand Army of the Republic and to him we are Indebted for that beautiful + service which ou the joth ol May each I year brings to the graves of the sol dier dead among whom he now reta- In everlasting comradeship the diner ings of an affectionate people and the undying gratitude of a nation As a popular orator his voice has been beard In state and territory of the Union always for his country and for the nag he loved The highest eulogy ever paid hint was by his father The latter In his will divided his property between his H 1I 5 n f REASONS FOR PARDONING ALVEY I e JudicialIr II a bold and shameful conspiracy this man has been selected as f the helpless victim while others equally as guilty or more so who teem to butt in the sunshine of official favor are allowed absolute Immunity from prosecution in the Jefferson Criminal Court Has the prosecution been animated by an earnest and honest desire to stamp out all gambling in the city of Louisville Ifso then they would have met with the hearty cooperation I ol the chief executive in their efforts and I standready now whenever and whereverit may be In my power to aid the offi cell of the law where they are honest in seeking tg enforce the i laws against gambling without partiality or favor to shy ono tHas such been the case in the recent Indictments and trials I In Louisville The record before me and the information have received certainly do not show it Why is it that indict ments have not been returned against the moat Iigambler in the city And why is it that indictments others have been dismissed under a corrupt bargain that be given immunity if they would give evidence against this man and one Miles Is Alvey made the particular vengeance because bo had become a dangerous rival in the business lo some others Gambling is a crime punishable by severe penalties under our statutes and it ought to be stampedout if possible by a I rigid and Impartial enforcement of the law I would gladly seethe city of Louisville freed from this vice but if it is allow m adat all then Iay it would bt preferable under the principles I of competition rather than monopoly This warfare seems to have been inspired not by an inten lion to suppress gambling but by a desire to destroy competi tion Sn that business The papers before me show beyond a doubt that this man was convicted upon evidence secured by one of the moat infamous bargains ever tolerated in any court Ono of the employed prosecutors who has been conspicuous in his professed advocacy of honest election and has been Peter the Hermit in this oneeyed crusade against the gambling vice negotiated the deal claimed to act with the unction and approvalof the court By this agreement which by the proceedings in cola yes terday seem to be fully carried out these men were dismissed from the charges against them and by their testimony a verdict was secured against Alvey who either by reason of hu competitive qualities or his political affiliations seems to have incurred the special hatred and animosity ot the prosecution I have filed before me in what Iam arsured is the handwriting of the Prosecuting Attorney before referred to affida vits which he prepared for these men to sign after the agree men was made I copy the first paragraph SlMeof Kentucky M Jeflereon County Tho affiant La- gan 6chwancrksajs this affidavit is made of his own free will and accord without solicitation of any one He says ho has been promised no reward of immunity from punishment or trial I under the indictment pending against him in the Jefferson colt Courl If this handwriting is genuine as I believe it is Ciri sougbi to make these men swear to what he and they bq fttlse Gambling is bad enough but perjury and tionOr perjury is worse and it is startling that such methods should be resorted to for the conviction ofvjiny one 6 Ijthereiore aea rebuke to the character of such prosecu 2tipnsod not as condonation to the offense of gambling grant to ATveyi upon the assurance from that be will not again violate the Uw J C W BECKHAM Governor It Jitt I H U it it it I U n till U it ti t 11111 H 11ttt r It 1- T c i widow and children equally except and I quote from the will John Alexander whole marked abilities ate such that be can provide for hlmscll and aid his mother if necessary This provision is not made from want of affection but because of unbounded confidence In his future success What remarkable tribute from father to son That expression oUalth was enough to quicken the young mans noblest aspirations and call out the best that was In him And how worthily he vindicated the confidence to have inherited to have deserved an to have fulfilled that commends tlon from his fathers love and faith were better than any Inheritance of lends and tenements stocks and money Beloved of father wife and children beloved ol his comrades In war and In peace end beloved tof his country his whole life realized his fathers prophecy and its words would adorn any monument to his fame DBPKWS TRIBDTB TO LOGAN The oration for the day was deliver ed by Hon Chauncey M Depew jnn far United States Senator from New York He spoke in part as follows I A most difficult thing for any on I is to escape Irom his surroundings neighborhood traditions provincial isms and family It is a more serious j task If a born leader has discovered the errors ol opinion oi himself and his neighbors and attempts to remain their leader by converting them to his new born ideas There was no more unpromising section of the United States in which to rear a Union man j and a Federal soldier than the ancient Egypt of Illinois It had been settled by slaveholders and its people from j good relationship sympathy and asso elation were in thorough accord with j the slave holding states from whichI they had come Young came their idol and be was their rep resentative in Congress The nearly- unanimous vote by which be was sent to Washingtou illustrated the closeness and confidence between himself and this constituency He was a tower ol strength for the reactionary views and purposes ot the slavery leaders in Congress but underneath the sentiment and principles of the party to which he was devoted there brightly burned a spirit of liberty Slavery was intolerant of opposition and discussion Lovejoy ot Illinois Logans fellow member was one of the bravest and ablest of the anti slavery champions When he rose to speak to the House of Representatives there crowded about him an enraged mob of mem bers which not only prevented his be- Ing heard but threatened his life It was this incident which opened the eyes ot Logan to the great truth subsequently expressed by Lincoln that the Union could never endure ball free and half slave He instantly stepped jipon the side of liberty and so imperiously demanded a recognition oi the rights of his colleague up on the floor ol the House that his tur bulent associates went back to their seats and free speech was vindicated When hostilities began a weaker man than Logan would have sided with his constituents in their sympa thy with the South Had he been with them an insurrection in Southern Illinois batting the way of the Union army to Kentucky and Tennes se would have been a frightful blow to the success of the national cause It was a conflict in which on the one side be would apparently lose his home and his political future to en list In a cause which In that hour and atmosphere seemed wellnigh hopeless while on the other In addl Non to the hardships and perils of war would be ceaseless dangers from enemies both in front and rear The stirring news came to the House while in session that the battle of Bull Run was in progress The soldiers of the Mexican war again beard the music of the national anthem and new to the defense of the national nag The dramatic scene was witnessed upon the battlefield of a civilian In a rock coat and top silk hat who had seized- a musket from a wounded soldlcrand by action and words and wreckless daring was doing his best to stem the tide of defeat and turn the army back to meet the enemy In that hour Logins vlson clearly saw the path of duty He hasteuted home to his con stituents to bring them around to the Union cause and to have them enlist in the Union army He met sullen and threatening mobs everywhere tint nothing could resist the fever of his eloquence the inspiration of his presence and his cry Follow Inc to the field of the old nag and the Union It is no longer the right and wrong of slavery It is no longer the disputed question of the extension of that institution Into the territories but it is whether yon will be withme for the preservation of the Union and ol this last refuge and security of liberty and humanity Character courage and patriotism triumphed He led his whole people onto the darkness ol Egypt into light pi the promised land Within alfew weeks he was in the field with his regiment and other regiments followed as often as the government called lor volunteers In every community tin our land k the leaders oi public opinion end the dwelltts la the homes of prosperity have come from the rake Among those successful Americans In many lines who have won and held the pub lice and died mourned by all cone tiymen there will live In the future la the history of the republic no nobler figure in peace and in war in the pursuits of the citizen and in work for the welfare ol his fellowcitizens than Gen John A Logan A Testimonial from Old England I consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy the best in the world for bronchlUs lays Mr William Savory of Warrlngton England It has saved my wifes rte she having been a martyr to bronchitis for over six years being moat of the time confined tower bed She is now quite well a great pleasure to the manufac turers of Chamberlains Cough Reme dy to be able to publish testimonials of this character They show that great good is being done pain suffer ing relieved and valuable lives restor ed to health and happiness by this remedy It Is for sale by Z Waynt Griffin Bro m CSa9TOI3 = ABun tt x Tla Kind YM Hw Atari BagM A Picturesque Character The St Lonls GlobeDemocrat cV thins the following Interesting editor lat touching the life of General Gas slue M Clay Back In 1835 a man then 25 years of age entered the Kentucky Legisla ture who immediately attracted the attention of the whole state by some speeches which he delivered and tracts which he wrote in favor of the amen clpation of the slaves The same man four years later in the Whig national convention at Harrisburg In 1839 took aJeaJlng part In the advo cacy of the claims of Henry Clay for the nomination for President for 1840 He bagan the publication of an antislavery paper in Kentucky in 1845 one year afterward he was a gallant officer in the war against Mexico he joined the free soil patty in 1852 be came one of the pioneers in the Re publican party founded in 1854 was on the stump for Fremont and tin cold and subsequently held one or two posts under the government The man whose career began so far back in the century which has recent ly closed is Casslus M Clay who has just figured In a fight with a sherifls posse in Kentucky This particular representative of the Clay family now in the ninetyfirst year of his age has been a familiar perpersonage to several generations oi Americans As an anti slavery man in a slave state he led a stormy life for many years As an active and aggressive figure on the unpopular side in a state whose politics has always been violent and which was peculiarly volcanic during his early days of prominence he had passed through more battles sieges fortunes and haahad more dlsas trons chances of moving accidents by flood and field of hairbreadth than any other American who has appear ed during the lifetineuf almost any person now living We are accustomed to think that though men may come and men may go the great parties run on forever Here Is a man however who was an earnest and intelligent observer of politics and about twenty years of age when the oldest of the great parties the Democracy of today reorganized and adopted its present name The Whig party has been dead so many years that it Is scarcely men ory to anybody now alive except an insignificant number of persons Yet Clay was elected to the Kentucky Legislature in the year when that party was founded and he was active in its councils during the years when it was a power In the state The Free Soil party disappeared so long ago that its name sounds as remote as do the designations Whigs and Tories which figured in the America of the colonial days He was a memberpf it at the time whenit was merged with the other antislavery elements into the Republican party and was in public life a dozen years before it was founded For forty years the Republican party was given the law to the country This man who was one of Its founders was close to half century age mark and bore the scars some of them not altogether metaphoric of a hundred political battles before the Republican party was born Generations have passed off the stage scores of eminent public men have been born and have died burning po lltlcal Issues have appeared and die appeared more than one million square miles have been added to the territory of the United States and more than sixty millions have been added to its population and the whole face of society throughout the world has changed since the time when Cas sine M Clay first became a public figure For coughs and colds there lsno medicine so effective as BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP Itlsthideal remedy Price 25 cents and 50 cent 1II Williams mane 1 e 4 C IPOWER DEVELOPMENT rHumble Beginning at Niagara and What Has Followed The earliest power development known to have been made at Niagara Falls WAS in 1750 when asruall raw mill was built on the mainland site Great land by a party of French settlers They were the pioneers in an industry which has grown to pros portions unequalled at any otbeispot in the world While it Is highly prpbable that small amounts oi power were utilized from that time on dur ing succeeding years there isno rec ord of substantial plan for the de velopment of the rivers force being made public until nbout the year 1840 when Gen Peter B Potter and Aus gtistus Porter devised a plan whereby man might avail himself of a portion of the rivers energy In 1847 this plan was made public through a cir- cUlar and in general the plan outlin ed was very similar to that now used by the Niagara Palls Hydraulic Pow er and Manufacturing Company This companys central station Is located at the waters edge down In the gorge and will be one of the in teresting places lor visitors to the PanAmerican Exposition to Inspect the marvelous improvement of power at Niagara Falls The water for the development of power is taken from the npper Niagara river nearly a mile above the falls and is conducted through an open canal through the heart of the city to the edge of the high bank of the lower river This canal has rt width of from 70 to 100 feet while its depth is from 10 to 14 feet The water that flows through the canal passes to a basin 300 feet beck from the high bank Prom this point It flows through two connecting canals to ujorcbay at the edge of the bank It then enters penstocks three iu number and plunges down to the turbines in the power house zoo feet below One of the penstocks of This plant has a diameter of eight feet while the other two are eleven feet in diameter made ot hinge steel One of these penstocks hugs the cUR in its desent to the power station while the other two stand out in col umn form The power house at the waters edge is a stone buildlpg 60 bylBo feet in dimensions It is built of stone ex cavated on the site and in it is one of the cleverest Installations to be seen at the Pails When PanAmerican visitors Inspect it it will contain 14 turbines of front 2000 to 3000 horse power each They are mounted on horizontal axes with electric generators coupled to each end Visitors to this power house are much impressed by the fact that all parts of the wonderful installation are in plain view They can see the cant that conducts the water from the river and they look upon the great penstocks that carry it from the forebay to the tur bones Down in the power house all of the turbines and generators are on one floor in lull view and there Is nothing lelt for the visitor to imagine The head under which the wheels are operated is 210 feet which is exceed Ingly high The Niagara Falls Hydraulic Power Manufacturing Company acquired possession of the property In i877but at that time It was not considered that a head of water such as that in use in the ttatlon could be utilized How ever in the Bos dydraullc engineering made great strides and makers of water wheels began to understand that there was a rowing demand fof I CONCRESSMAN ALDRICU j UsesPeruna in His Family With Very IGreatSuccess CONGBESSSCAN WILLIAM f ALUIUCH OF JLLDBICH ALl thePernnsMedfcineCompanywritten tonic and catarrh cure la the following words t a This is to certify that Peruna manufactured The Peruna Medicine Co of Columbus Ohio hasIt been used in my family with success It is a fine tonic end will build up a depleted system I can recommend it to those who need a safe reliablelmedicine for debility Address The Pernna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio for a free copy of Summer Catarrh which treats on the phssea of catarrh peculiar to hotweather and contains Dr Hartmans experience of fifty years la thw treatment of these diseases + yseiraanracm + h aimore efficient apparatus Waterwheels to withstand the awful press ure of Niagaras waters were needed In 1892 a bead of 120 feet was utilized on the companys property land in 95 the present generating station wss begun The first section was cow pleted with rapidity and the second section was built Now the third section completing the plans for the station has been finished That this should have occurred in time for the Inspection of visitors to the Pan American Exposition is a piece ol rare good luck especially so when it Is considered that the first great pow er house of the Niagara Falls Power Company has also bad its Installation completedOn lands of the Niagara Falls Hydraulic Power Manufaturing Company there are numerous Indus tries utilizing the electrical mechan ical and hydraulic power and the ma jorlty oi them receive visitors The mechanical power developed by this company is 300 horse power the hydraulic power is 7000 horse power while the electric power is 19037 horse power Much ol the electric force is transmitted to the top of the high bunk and applied to the manu facture of aluminum chlorate of potash bleaching powder and caustic soda in various factories there lo cated Of the industrial features of Niagara Fallstbe power house oi the Niargara Falls Hydraulic Power Manufac turing Company is one of the most important ORRIN E DUNWP THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltkmAf most a Daily at the Prjceof a Weekly a The FrMlileotlol campaign l over bat the world goro on lot the rant and It li full new To tan thl n we jot aa It la promptly and Impartially oil that jonh r to do la toloot lath column of The Thriwo MTe k Edition ol the New York World which come to the lab rThellaher of flrtt newa baa given It clrtnlatlon hor- ner the English language la epokeoaodyow 1 want It- The I ThrlceaWwk world regular anbaerlp tlon price to 6nljrtlOO per Tear We offer thla nnninaled newspaper and Ton lUroucn togetter one jrmr for 5150- Tab regular enbacrlptlon price ot the two pa peril ISW Cure Eritinn nail Ilehlna Humors Through the bloodcosts nothing to try it BB B Botanic BloodBalm taken internally will kill all the hu Q flora In the blood that cause the aw ful Itching oi Eczema Scabs Scales Ulcers Watery Blisters Bolls Pim pies Aching Bones and Joints Prick ly Pains in the skin oldeatlag sores ulcers otc Botanic Blood Balm will make the blood pure and rich heal every sore and permanently atop all i the itching sensations Botanic Blood Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skin B B B at drug stores i Trial treatment free gy writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble end free medical l advice given until cured Costa nothing to try B B B as medicine is sent prepaid m r 1 DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps e t GUARANTEED THE BEST Hay Bale Tics Coilwire Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings ctc r Call on ri McHemy Mf g Mach Co v MoHenryKy c eJ I ff T I Tt I 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 19 Los ROUERHEdllbr Jro o =ough =122CUn-blan Issuid Mrfau 61 U Hartford full Con rpora ci tnlind it Hartford postof fici jicinilclisj mill REPUBLICAN TICKET or RfpftHalIIYp AIVIS 8 BEttNETT S For Conntx Judge FOS BOGEKS For Connly Court Clerk flS MAGLANI For County Attorney a IJ1EAVBIV For Sheriff CAL P KEUW ForBcliool Huperlnlrndrnf fAllEN UEWEE8E For Jvdler THOMAS 11 BLACK For AtMMor PRANK LOW- EFnrSorvryor JOHN II WOOl For Coroner lIEN L DAViS nWN Ul9 iEmiEJ Sa FOR MAGISTRATE SECOND DISTRICT W are authority to announce H B Taylor At a candidate lor Magistrate In the Uagter1a1 Dlitrict Object to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Ceo WMnrltn- At a candidate for Uatrlitrate In the Cromwell MsBl terlal DMtrlct subject to the action of the Republican party THIRD IDISTRICTjWe ate authorized to announce V Jolly H GRAHAM Salph11JSprlngltion 01 the Rrpibllcan party SIXTH DISTRICT We are authorized to annoanceIW I RENDER NB Ata candidate for Mnidstrate In the Cratertown MairUtrrUl Dlitiict abject to the action of the Republican party SEVENTH DISTRICTIWe are authorized to announcetI RockportMagtatnIalRepublican partITHE UNFORTUNATE TRAGEDY Our contemporary rouud the corI ner Mr A O Benton apparently is terribly wrought up and incensed over the trial of Garnett Ripley and the testimony oi Gov Bradley audI Judge Yost in that case Nuw realI ly we see no reason why this should be The testimony of these gentlemen was not incriminating to Ripley It was merely hearsay and that was all As to whether jr not Taylor made the remarks attributed to him 18 immaterial It was common talk in Frankfort and allover Kentucky that something sensational would happen if the contest continued in the manner which characterized christening The lives nf both Tay Jor and Goebel had been threatened by the rabid frenzied demon So in tense was the excitement and the anticipated danger that Mr Goebel was prevailed on to abstain from exposing himself and remain in his room When he went to and from the Capitol building her was escorted by a guard which fact our contempo rary most assuredly knqiva to be trueI All the testimony tbat has been adduced has been hearsay All that large reward has accomplished has been of a very questionable character In view of the history of that unfor lunate tragedy we dIIOt understand why gentlemen should allow their passions to drive them into madness The public mind has long since been formed as to this sad crisis and tbet bablings of an irate partizan whose P own record IS as damnable as the as Basaint himself will in no wire change it TIlE REPUBLICAN con demncd the auassin of Mr Goebel in language unmistakable andwe de sire it so understood No gentleman will condone assassination it matters not who the unfortunate may be We have ever condemned the infernal demon the escaped lunatic from hell- owho would bide under the veil of dark nesi to take the life of hb fellowman The assassin of life is a useless factor in society and his extermination ihould be hactened Wo have as lit tIe use for the KHataiu ot character as the assaeaiu of life They are both fncietys deadliest foes Really we do not understand why the afsaasin ofw character himaelf a viliian despised by all should try judge and con demn his colleagues the aasfaina 01I life without a heariogtBack of all Kentuckys troubles lie the cause and origin of her woes The contest the manner in which it was conducted the unseating of legal Iy elected members of the Legislature and the seating of the defeated for are purpose well defined these things we unnatural they could not be comprehended by the citizens of Kentucky ras being protected by law as has been claimed These things excited and infuriated alland drove the un thoughted to madness The result ol a contest thus begun led by a man who knew no fear whose ambition tired his soul and spurred him on w seen by all unless a halt was callc Once begun thtre was no end unt a climax was icached The contest was uncalled for there could not be a single moral reason given for its instigation The party thus demonstrating that it bad been defeated by tl people overwhelmingly while it bad as complete control of the election in Kentucky lias Diaz in Mexico or Menelik in Abysanu its champion andstandardbearer controled every precinct in the State supervised the voting of every booth and bad the vote turned in according to order which bad been miscalculated from every stump he declared that he would be Governor of Kentcky lithe Republicans might voCe but their votes would not bo counted After these things came the dramma the assassination the lawlessness We deplore the manner of the campaign and hope never to see another of ita- like we denounced the contest and the assassination one was the work of a revolutionist against the people whose purpose was to destroy popular governmen and overthrow the peo pIe while the other act was perform by a fanatic a maddened lunatici ora genus of the specie We have condemned the act of the assassin most severely and we have lao condemned the causethe con testthat inspired the assassinations And we regret that our contemporary ias been so blinded and prejudiced hat he has denounced the act itself while he justified the cause whicht prompted the act If desires to bo fair with us and with its GodIf it has not committed that unpardonable sin and denounced Him e will it not condemn the cause of the act as well as the act itaell It it iI ogical to condemn the act and justify the cause We confess our inability p understand why A G Bentot himself a self admitted assassin of character should invoke the wrath of the gods upon his friend the assassin of human lifenOPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG MENfWe addressed an our issue to the young men pointing out to them the possibilities aud oppor Republicjan between the principles of the two parties Formerly the young men were advised to unite their fortunes with the Democratic party for popularitys sake but that era passed with the repudiation of its former principles and platforms But the same principles incorporated in the Republican plat form half a century ago are still ta crcd to that partys history aud are yet found in the teachings of that l partysThe Republican party bases its claim to the confidence of the American people on principles which it has been practicing since its birth and not on hypothetical theories based on the dissatisfaction nf the disf contented elements of all parties heI principles and theories of Income Tax and the free trade falaciw of the Democratic party haveB been abandoned The original pcsil ion which that party tookon expan ion boa been forsaken and its honorw able past repudiated These are factst known of all accepted by all nied by none not even by the rabid I partisan tiucb a course has opened I the of honest and honora condLlcrltbeto by when thoroughly considered they have laid aside their prejudices and fond memories of long associations anti identified themselves with the Repub j licati party This has been the course f old men men of reason and judg ment then young men why not in your yuuthful days reason the cite for yourselves Ask yourselves the question what inducement dues the Democratic party fitlf Has it not abandoned every principle it ever held sacred f In Ohio county we tee no Inducement for the old or the rOil III Those ho have been most loyal anti true to the patty and the partys honor those who have fought the partys battles in teasonund out three whole fealty mid loyalty ia unquestioned whose years of service are uum here by the years of their naturals existence have beth turned down and cast aside while the positions of honor and trust have been accorded oth ers who have cursed Democracys gods in shame insulted aud alTused the principles of its fathers and chock ed and stamped its very life out with their cumbrous feet on its ueckbowiug it down in ignorainiousd cleat aud tilt grace Youngmen have you con sidered that the Democratic party had before it recently a man who was as fearless brave and true a pat riot as loyala citizen as willing servant as Democracy affords asking the highest office in the gift of the county that that position was denied householdJIman if this record is repulsive and revolting to your good sense of right and justice aud you desire a palacial home where principles are held sa cred thirtyfive hundred Ohio count Republicans will greet you welcom Ieon the 5th of November TUG announcement of Mr LBerrj Loney for Magistrate in the Rockport Magisterial District is due to tht earnest solicitation of his friends and party associates He has consented to become a candidate because hf feelsit his duty to do so for there It no inducement from a financial standpoint But since the office is one ol great importance the necessity for good substantial men becomes more imperative The countys business should be intrusted to a fiscal court composed of men of financialability and good judgment that its bueiuest may be guarded in the same manner that marks the affairs and progress ol successful business men Along with their financial and executive ability they should have the necessary qualifi cationsto understand the law that they may fairly and impartially meet out justice to all In this category of qual ified gentlemen we unhesitatingly place Mr Loney and recommend him to the Republicans of the Rockport Magisterial District aa a man deserv ng of their trust andconfidence Esq W P RENDER of the Pt Pleasant precinct has been urged by his many friends of the Centertown Magisterial District to announce him elf a candidate for Magistrate in thatI district Under the pressure of friends he has consented to allow his name to be used Centertown has worthy gentlemen that would onor the cause but owing to his ex tensive friendship and popularity his nomination virtually means election Esq Render is one of the best inform d and best posted men in the county is a good businessman a man of financial andexecutive ability such a man as the county demands andwith its business entrusted to a court com osedofauch gentlemen a new era would dawn upon it E q Renders a lifelong Republican and deserves any position to which the party may elevate him No mistake will be in Centertown giving him the nomination by a unanimous voice of the peoples MCLEAN county should elect her ull Republican ticket this year TheI convention which nominated the et was indeed imposing it was indicat tive of success and we sincerely trust that a perfect organization will beo formed in every precinct The op portunity has come for McLean to reo pudiate Hickman and remove the odium heaped upon her fair name by this modern legislative re merIIN less than two years when the people shall have returned to reason from the fastnesses of passion they will look hack upon Kentucky of today and two years ago in perfect ab iorrence and the mystery of the assassination of William Goehel will not have abated in tho least THE old rooster that was betrayed in 07 by a false god and led to the Ciflold in defeat and shame still re uses to grace the Democratic ticket reason we do not know that it is fact his own friends admit TUG PanAmerican Exposition at uflalo N Y promises to be a bril success Its visitors will be aflleI visit the great Niagara Falls which ithin itself is worth the expense of he trip JUST how long that 8100000 will last we cant tella very short tlmoIwould be a safe prediction nnllIDenIlipanCannol be I local application n they rnnnot reach dlMrtMttl portion ol the ear There only theIway to cure deafnea and that 111 tlonul rvmedl Dfalnemi In rauiwd by nn flamed condition of the inuroim llnlDir of KaitachUn Tube Whtu thU tube mU thoIyon hove n rum hi UK Hound or Imperfect entirely cloned deulncM Uthorclt dhI the fnOanimntlon roil bo taken oat nnd thie tuba restored to Ita normal condl I tlou hearing will bo thvtoycd forever nine cnnwi nnt of ten art caused by catarrh which lnnoth1 InK batnn Inflnuiedcomlltlod of tberoucuoai unr j IldWO will glee One Hundred Dollars for any CUM i Irnut by rntorrh that run not bff by lIulliKnturrh Cure Send for circular OIHair Family 1llto are 7 thtITough on the A young gentleman of this county I wna engaged to a charming young girl in Tennestee and just befne the holidays be went to pay her a visit The day lot the wedding was drawing near and groom elect thought lie de tected some kind if a sad expression in the eyes of the lair oung thing and right he was She approached him one evening just as the Western I un was setting in the Webtern part of the West and looking up into bis tender red eyes she said William I have a secret and my conscience smites me until I have to tell yon It Is this Willie my father served a term in the Tennessee State Prison It was no fault oi mine Willie and do yougup said Will It I too have n secret I and then he looked sad Mabel Willies white lips faltered tny fath er served a term In the Kentucky Legislature and Mabel the mean thing shook him and hes now at home retailing shoes and cussing Vine Grove Herald IOn account of meeting of the New Jockey Club April 29 to May ii the I C R R will sell tick ets at rate of f4 20 for round trip from Beaver Dam to Louisville and return limited to May 13 for return and April 29 May 6 and May is wilt sell tick ts at rate of one fate lor round trip Tickets good only on morning trains Imlted two days for return We give no rewards An oiler of this kind is the meanest of deceptions Test the curative powers ol Ely a Cream Balm for the curative powers of Elys Cream Balm for the cure of Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in thC Head and you are suie to the treatment Relief is immediate and a cure follows It is not drying does not produce sneezing It tud heals the membrane Price 5 cents at druggists or by mail Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York r Resolutions Adopted by the ticaver Darn Baptist Sunday School WHEREAS It has seemed good to the Almighty Disposer of events to remove from our midst our late woi hy and esteemed member of our Sab bath School Miss Beulah Coots and WHEREAS The intimate relation long held by the deceased with the members of the Sabbatb School render it proper that weshould place up on record our appreciation of her services as a member and her merits as e woman Therefore resolved ist That we deplore the loss o1 Miss Beulah with deep feeling ol re gret softened only by the confident hope that her spirit is with those wht having fought the good fight here are enjoying perfect happiness in a better world 2nd That we tender to her relative our sincere condolence mid our earnest sjmpithy in their affliction in tht loss of one who was a good and de voted daughter a loving sister I friend to all and an upright Chris tian gjrl 3rd That a copy of the foregoing resolutions signed by your commit tee be transmitted by our secretary to the Hartford Herald Hartford RE PUBLICAN sad New Wrinkle for publication and they be requested to send a copy to thelamilynnd near relatives JON J MITCHELL MRS MAUDE TAYLOR Com R C JARNAGIN j Resolutions Oa the death of Aletha Hayneswlft of Tillord Haynes Whereas God in his wisdom has een fit to call from our midst our be- oved sister who departed this life February 14 1931 Resolved i That we as a commit ee of Cane Run church unite will the same in extending to the familj ur sincere sympathy in their bereavement realizing their deep sor sow Resolved 2 By her death the hua You know all about It The V rush the7 worry the exhaustionIrn wIth great- weight restIng upon you You cant throw off thIs feeling You t q v workSleepI on the verge of nervous J exhaustionI71 donePTake J JJfrssarJiParill For fifty years ft has been lifting up the dis couraged giving rest to the overworked and bringing refreshing sleepcto the depressed tllo other Sarsaparillasapproaches agetand in cures II Ayers the leader of them all It was old before other sarsaparillas were born SIO a bottle All mull l Ayers Pills aid the ac y tion of Ayers Sarsapa- rIllaiti They cure bilious 12 ness 2S clio a teL I have uted JLjnt mcdlclres for moro than 40 rears and have said rrom the very start that the beitmcdfclnca In the grdt toylifeI ant now put 70 and am cover without rout medic Inn JfJDHosiertf e youtanreefy Touvlll rerrlTe a rrouot re plr AdJrntu Mm band bassos a good wife the chit dren a kind nnd loving mother Hbd the lurcha jvelcouied member She unitedwIth Cane Run church in 1893 and has lived a Christian ever since Resolved 3 As a child ol God the bore her sufleilngs with patience her last hour was Wetted with the peace ful presence of the comforting Splrk ofOod her last words were Dejr Lord com and take me I am ready to go Iam going home to meet toy mother She leaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss Resolved 4 That we beseech the bereft family to submissively bow to the divine will of God knowing tie doeth all things weUiResolved 5 That a copy of these proceedings be spread on the Cane Run church book and a copy be tent to the county papers for publication MARY B WILSON EMMA ALLEN Com Lou FORD J Cures dizzy spells tired feeling stomach kidney and liver troubles Keeps you wen oil summer Rocky Mountain Tea taken this month35c Ask you druggists m n Blind Tiger Keeper Murders an Officer vDanvllle Ky April rsTohn- r Crum was fouud dead in a blind tiger this morning with two bullet holes through his heart He was a members of the police force and the best on It In every way The finding of the body was reported by a negro named Reuben Quinn who assisted In Jun ning the joint and he was allowed to go while the friends he had notified went to take care of the remains Later it was discovered that Quinn himself was the murderer and that that the officer surprised him In the joint and undertook to arrest him when the murder occurred The officers do not believe that Qutnn has eft the city and are searching for him everywhere If he is captured it is almost certain that he will br lynched For Kicking a Blind Child Owenaboro Ky April 16 G D Thompson a burly watchman who kicked a little blind boy for dancing- to the music of a calliope on tis ex cursion steamer Island Qieen at the whruf here yeterday alternoon was fined too in Police Court today and in default of payment will serve oat the line on the city rock pileIn quirer A Taken this month keeps you well all summer Greatest spring tonic known Rocky Mountain Tea nude by Madison Medicine Co 35C Ask your druggist m v Strange Disease John Penntngton a farmer of the Sorgho neighborhood was In the city Monday and reported the existence ot- a new stock epidemic which is killing his stock at a rapid rate Out of seven head five have died within the past few days and the others are al lected with the same symptoms When taken with the disease their eyes turned a greenish color they troth at the mouth have convulsions and quickly stiffen Mr Peanlngton can ascribe no reaI sons fur the malady lie is an experienced stock raiser and is puzzled tuI know the cause Divers theories arc advanced by his neighbors some seeming to think it is caused by eats lag rye and various other reasons none of which he will accept Hr came to see Collector Franks regard Ing the mattrr to ascertain if theie is a provision by the United States gov ernment for such cases but learned that action must be taken through the state commissioner of agriculture lie will take immediate steps to have the disease investigated Ovensboro MesSengercp Loss of Appetite- A person that has lost appetite has lost something besides vitality vig or loneThe to recover appetite and all that goes with It is to take Hoods Sarssparllln that strengthens tbJ stomach perfects digestion and makes eating a pleasure Thousands take it for spring loss of appetite and every body says theres nothing else so good as Hoods Tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph CoaINCOItIOItATEDaOperating hutst In Kentucky Indiana MIsspslpi and connected by its Long Distance lint withall principal points in thirty five States and Ttrrltorlcn is establishing i nn exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam a Render McHcnry Ccnlrrtown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and vlnsbe us possi and make a specIalty of furnishing to Dirties living in the coun ry within a tfasontblr dUtanceof the exchange Rntes and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Villains Drug StOIC Hmtfurd Ky IRArK PlERCR Manager 0 4L S 3 O XX X A Bur You HavjjUinjs Bougkl cfthea 1IaP Babes in the Woods Correy PJI April 16 Five lads ranging in ngeJrom eight to twelve djalcohol i CgIeiBiidPtison There is no poison so highly contagious so deceptive and so destructive Dont bet sure you are cured because ill external signs of the dUenic have disappeared and the doctor says you are well Many toniliave been dosed with Mercury and Potish fQr months or jrtars and pro nolmced cured to realize when too late that the disease was only covered U r theeout again and to their sorrow mid mortifi cation find those nearest and dearest to them have been Infected by this loath some disease for no other poison is eo surely transmitted from parent to child as Often a bad case of Rheumatism Catarrh Scrofula or severe skin disease an old sore or ulcer developing in middle life can be traced to blood poison con Dearly Tho Sin of tim Parent systealdriven out in the beginning S S S is iruathecome it and drive it out of the blood and eftectuahlythatto embarrass or humiliate afterwards Contagious any and Blood all SScows contains no to break down constitution it is purlfier at the some time builds up the general health Our little book on contagious blood IKlaoo is Ute most complete and instructive ever matted not only tells all about this disease but also how to cure yourself at home It is free and should in the hands of everyone seeking a cure Send for itTilE SWIFT SPECIFIC Co ATLANTA CIA SMALLHOUSE ICY Mrs T R Barnard and little daughter Mary who bnVe been sick the past few days ue better Mrc G W Barnard who has been sick for some time Is much improved Miss Maggie Hunter is still quite mol rheumatism Messrs Henderson Afbby and Car nelius Renter Ctrtertown were in our midst last week Mr Owen hunter was in Hertford Monday on business Mrs Jce Bullcckis visiting ht r lather Mr Thomas Bishop of Paint PleasantMr T Hunter was in Center town Thursday Our Sabbath fchool began Inst Sunday with a large attendance Miss LelU Drake is visiting friends and relatives here Mr J C lull was down on Rough river last week to tee about some logsThe farmers rave keen busy breaks ing and crossing ofT corn ground but owing to the recent rain they will be delayed for several days with their woik Mefsrs S T Hunter nnd Thomas Deltas anticipate going to Onensboro Monday on business H LJ The Best Remedy for Rheumatism QUICK HEUKI PROM rUN All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking oi this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack rheumatism in my arm and shout der I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommendedi by Messrs Geo F dtURfiiiti of this pltce to try Cham berlains Pain Slain They recom mended it so highly that I bought a I bottle I was soon relieved ol all IInlllmenthgree with me that It is the best rem edy for muscalir ihtuamtltm in the1 VeynejiGriffin The first Saturday in May will be Trading Iayrat Rockpott Ky On that ay you are requested to take to Rockport any thing you havcfor sale trade this call Is lor horses mutes hogs sheep chickens forming tools wagons buggies form products any thing every thing Prominent I youh8buyers ol horses and mules anti oi I need Jake It to Rcckport that day andItrade it for something you do Do not go there empty handed and say you have so and fo at home you will dell or trade be certain to take j what ever it Is and you will find the i other fellow there with what you adivCltlsedLean and Ohio counties j All persons having claims against W Blankenshlps estate will file nne with inc at Beaver Dim Ky ll or before Myi 1911 and have properly tiroveu 33 S W R ClimN Admr Educate Your llotreii mill ttucareu lorefer10e IfI x I I ONLY ONE WAY + Tlioro is only ono way to make a success in lifo and that is by doing right being honest being Jit truthful being saving That is tim way wo have gained such a big trade Wo treat you RIGILT t wltoii you como to seo is iiriiu show you lION fa EST goods toll you tim TRUTH about thorn and 4icSAVE you money r o nccommo nto this trade it requires goods oft I every description That is what we aro doing T just keeping a largo assortment of useful articles g that people want and must have i Thoro is no money saved by buying what you do NOT need oven if is cheap but there is monoy Tf SAVED and big money at thatlif you will duly our uuuo and prices with those of other 4inorclumtsand select what you NEED pay for + itne wo do business for CASH hId do not charge for old debts some ono olso has made That tishow wo aro soiling better goods for less money anybody ulso +c Last week wo told you about some of our now A 4c goods and thought wo would quote you prices this r week but our space is limited and instead wo ro- oT spcctfully ask you call andwo will cheerfully give tyou prices on any article that you may desire gfc It is our aim and desire to keep the best and newest goods to select from fluId as wo have an ox J tnt largo stock you can surely find something that Iwill please you especially in Dry Goods Calicoes 1 C Lawns Porcals Dimities Duck otc and every 2 s4 thing worn during the Summer months Eicr0 will announce that our new stock of Shoes r now in and you can surely find something in ta our assortment that will fit you These Shoes cT have been selling on their MERITS When you + begin wearing Browns o Shoes you will wear no s4other bnind 4Inregard to Clothing wowill saythat our stock s2is full and complete Wo have a good assortment r44 and you can get what you want Our prices are 4 the lowest and thats why wo sell more Suits than i anybody else 4tii4rs AND MILLINERY Remember wo I woif you cull and see us I am Yours truly tit T COLLINS oM444i Do not leave home on a journey I without a bottle of ChamberlaIns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy j It is almost certain to be needed and I aijnot be procured while you are on ward the cats or steamship It is rirasnnt sate and reliable For sale- byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m 1l Are Tar JUer I lilaIef4 l lIWill stand DtackDlamondI house the will serve mares at 1600 to insure a mare with foal Money due when lacts are ascertained or mare trans erred lack Diamond uV hands ugh a beautiful black with mealy points four years old and owned by P M Allen Smallhnuse Ky351v Rough River Teliohcni Company isroiroitTiD Talk being cheap and necessan you tliould patronize home folds whore you can buy your own phones and build our own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only payin RoughHlver expenseifHartford Ky for particulars Ie connect with all Independent Companies The remedies they think best suited to the needs of their patients When the disease is ofa nervous naturei with head ache sick stomach failing appetite indi gestion restlessness loss of sleep and a general rundown condition a nerve tonic and brain food is an absolute necessity The best of all remedies for weak debili tated exhausted nervesbest for the doc tor to and best for the patient to- takeIs that incomparable restorative Nasal CATARRHIs should be cJeaaU- MtEljs Cream Bainc- kwM soothes tad heal UM dleeusd tnembna It ton caUnh ud drlTt awtj a suM U UM kee4 lIaIckI Cream B lm It pitted Into tM MiWM spreads ortt tb4 taMud la abeotUi BtlMUIa nedliMudaeurtraOaira It Ii sot drrlngd M not prudes messing tar SliMetatit4Drat jtctiotbibsli Trial Kit 10 cent by BulL JetT BROTHERS M Warm BOwl Raw Tart Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It How To Find Out ysurwatersediment or set lllnj Indicates an unhealthy condi hell of the kid nays i If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kId- ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back s bladderareDoThere knowledge so SwampRoot thebackof the urinary passage It corrects Inability pisiinitunpleasantneeesslly timesduringordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon wonderful thebestYou may have a sample bottle of this dlscoveryand RfPZ more about It both Sent absolutely free by mall psmpttooCo lion reading this generous offer In this paper Doctors AdviseSeveral years I had a very severe attack ofnervous prostration The strain and weakness were so at times that I thought I should never recbvef At y1stine which I did The good results were apparent after the second dose and I kept on taking the medicine until J was and sound as ever j i THOMAS DUNCAN Risincr Sun Ind Dr Miles Neirvlne perfectItSold byall druggists on a guarantee Dr met Medical Co Efcliarfy III d t e a- Leels TTi r t l 5a J I 1t i F A F I ri Lr t Ll 1 4Ii c eo r 1 4l11 of 4ev ik r i 11 i J 1 r l JI it 1r r HI I rr t t- t- ti f 0 f f1 t tI t- I j tIJJirmt I wt RUSHING TIMES NOW At thePeoples Favorite Trading Place Wo wish to thank our friends for their liberal patronage since our Spring Opening ono week ago Our sales have far exceededour expectations Wo wish to remind you again that our housciscrowded with all the newest wearables that Fashion dictates A look from you would bo wise on your part and appreciated by us Bargain Specials for tho nox two weeks Specials in Shoes Complete line of Prieameyera Fine Shoes and Slippers Every lady In Oblo county knows that lien me Prlesraeyer on Shoes means Style sod Durability Vr- s are sole agenta Pound in no other boaM In Hartford Elegant Shoes from 150 to s 3 50 High grade Slippers from Irl5 to 250 HanilUonBroarn Shoes farmer err the finest Shoes made We are their gents ii Hartford and have their complete line Price run from fi 50 to 400 Every pair gnarantecd Little Gents Shoes of finest Vlcl Kid sites II to 3 at 125 to 150 byvtheteed to be of the best stock from 1115 to2 co per pair J Wo are butter prepared than over before supply you High Class nt a Price Eggs Etc Remember the Place Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 19 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table Nor time taw UHa reel Sunday Ire 1 isoataoaNru ud Uulh Bound Xo IlldieSalam No HI dneliSS a m- No 102daLaepto2 taletdaXtepm lfoIDdaol2ftrIII Nom duelS m- Jeal riltiwNoUdafOLIII lCoI a tl uwnu east to errapY Vi In um a 4 See Keowna Fertilizer before pur chasing clrewhere hot butteredPopcorn so dice at the Singer Office lUlls Fertilizer you want the place to get it isJohan Try that delicious buttered popcorn at the Singer Office So nice M Mr C K Render made us a pleasant call Monday Hot Popcorn and Peanuts on bad at the Singer Office Shoes honest most stylish and comloltab1eat Carson Cos POll SALEA good second hand road wagon very cheap- IlusasPIELD SON Qurter size collars make you look spruce and trim 15C CARSON Co v a lot of nice straw mat tfSgvfcbtton and hemp warp The figure areslmply and priers OK CABSONCO JWahave a limited number of Cycle and Tool which weoflrv- erycheapinotdertolnkoduce them s HENRY FIRLD SON Dont forget that we have a beauti fat line ginghams also some ell Ant patterns in foulard silk CARSON Co Jlr Wm Park left school Monday for his fione In the country nearBar seas Ferry Wn regret that he could nut spend the entire term in school iHeadBtJ8 II warning that the liter le serioustrroublelefficient cure of liver trouble ta- keHoods r Pills1viille they ronso tbe netIltltateotladamothe sere n tBUUrujjlilsorh7Jfnll of C1 flood x Mal 1 IiiJ Clothing Specials Mens nlNwool Black Cheviot Suits nicely lined and finished 5 a regular 7 51 Suit Boys allwool Suits knee pants nicely finished elastic waistband size 6 to 15 years at 1 50 exact ly what others want 200 for All wool fancy junior Suits age 3 to 8 year a stylish garment lor Little Men ft 50 found In no bouse for less than 2 oo Mens all wool Casslmeie Worst ed Pints grand assortment all slzis Prices 115 to 3 50 Linen and Crash SuiteWe know It Is a little early to wear these goods we merely want you to know where to find them They are in our house at just a shade lower than other folks have them this Season to with Goods low Cash We Want your Wool Feathers Hams is tart Popcorn Keowns Centettown constantly swellelegant mercerized lIverreetoro Mr John G Wilson Rosine called to see us Tuesday Mr T D Owen Livermore called to ace us Tuesday Mr John C Riley went to Louis ville Wednesday Mr Nicholas B Taylor Mines was In town Monday J Mr R C Jatnagin Beaver Dam made us a very pleasant call Monday Cot C Barnett Louisville vie ifed his family here first of the week Mr Sam M ViUon Rosine made The RsroBUCAN a call while in town Tuesday Do you know that Gross Williams will sell you a Sewing Machine from Soo up Mr and Mrs A B Riley Liver more visited Mr and Mrs John C Riley Sunday Mrs Pon Rogers is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S T Brown near Centertown Mr C T DeGarmo with The Cin cinnati Cordage Co made us a pleasI ant call Wednesday Mr P 1 Allord nnd family GniTs visited Mr Allords sister Mrs J B Davidson first of the week Eq T R Allord White Ruu was the guest of his daughter Mrs J B Davidson first of the week What a beautiful line ol ladles slip pera and shoes Quality extra prices rock bottom at Carson Cos Miss Francis McDonald who has been attending school here lelt Monday for her home in Indiana Our prices look like a cat in a pond shall prices and extra quality ofI goods CARSON Co Mr Luther Pierce Owensboro IsI erqployed with his brother Mr Frank Percrnt the Cumberland exchange At last here are decent colored shirts Tonycant make you look like a gawk CMtsoN Co Mr and Mrs A C Taylor visited Mr Taylors parents Mr and Mrs HI B Taylor Beaver Dam Monday Mrs G S McKInney and Mrs M S Jones of Lincoln county Kyare vltlttng the family of MrG G PairI ATTENTION FARMERS I have just received car load of the best grade Fertilizer and its all for you Come and see JOHN G KBOWN ILUtie fellows spring toggery no where such an assortment as here nowhere such prices CARSON Co- P of and MM J Elmer Turner Morgantown visited Mrs Turners patents Mr and Mrs H S MeteOf fJf t RIOHT UP TO DATE Buttons Plaster Is Pahs Muter beatingquickness of action and thoroughness of cure has no record to beat except Its own Bensons Flatter always the beat always ItUebtracts It marches on The people not only want to be cured Pluterdoeacomp1afntaand heatNeitherOaptleum plasters ara to be compared with Benson People who hay once the merlta of Bensons Platte hATe no na for any other external remedy druiglltaalonal panooa hat oallei Bensons Planters one of the few I home ramadiaa that can be trusted madLa platen of Europe and America Better proof of merit b Uoonctlrabla Ba tare to get the gamine For Ilol0 byan druggIata or we wUl pre theUnited NLtTOI SUBSCRIBERS- Our representative Mr C E Smith will call on you in a few days to settle for Tll REPUBLICAN You will con fer quito a favor on us by promptlysettling arrears and renewing your subscription All patrons will bo permitted to settlo for 100 per year Mr M L Heavrin went to Louis ville yesterday Mr H L Westerfield Hefln called to see us yesterday Mrs W B Miller who has been quite sick is improving I Mrs J B Davidson went to White Run Wednesday to be with relatives for sometime Here are some new fancy shirts for spring that will not rob a man of his reputation to wear themCARSON Co Mr S T Stevens and family spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr Stevens brother Mr S L Stevens near Cromwell Dont buy a spring suit of dubious make bnt let us show you suits that are guaranteed to be worth the money CARSON COI The Summer Normal at BeaverDam will begin June 10 to continue six weeks An opportunity for teachers preparatory for better work Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah here is your Fertilizer best corn grower in the world Its going to those who come first JOHN G KnowN Please buy one of our lists andI compare it with our competitors It is not as good come back and get your money CARSON CoIMr Purdy Canebier has accepted a position with the East Tennessee Telephone Co at Harrodsbnrg Ky and will leave for that city Sunday Whatever may be the underlying reason weve got a larger and better assorted stock of clothing than ever before at cut throat prices CARSON Co 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 toI scboolIOur lace curtains are simply eles gant at the price and remember we have the nicest poles and fixtures to go with them at the small price ofI one dime CARSON Co Mr R R Riley is In Louisville He is with theSouthernNationalBank preparatory to entering the bank which his father Mr John C Riley is arranging to establlsbIHello ladles here you arejust more pretty things In Summer wash goods Give us a loot and we will make no kick if we cant convince you that our qualities and prices aret all right CARSON COI Mr S T Brown near Centertown sustained a very palnlul accident Tuesday alternoon while rolling logsI with a team oi horses The chain broke and in some way caught his lower limbs cutting and fearing the flesh in several places Mr John M Graham ot m rrows announces his candidacy today for the Republican nomination for Magis trate In the Sulphur Springs Magiste rial District Mr Graham Is a good substantial farmer well qillfied for the duties of the position and deserv ing the honors No mistake can be made in nominating such gentlemen and with such men at the bead of theI countys business we might well hope for a better and more convenient road system Mr Graham submits his case to the Republicans of Sulphur Springs Olaton Narrows and Magan precincts which constitute the Third District Last Friday night Mr W W Park and Miss Pearl Dodson in company with Mr I J Hoover and Miss Viola Bennett lelt Hartford for Rockport Ind on an elopement The young people procured surrey from the ate ble and started ton their journey butI bad some trouble with their team 011I the way and were detained some time they arrived In Owensboro Saturday morning The police were notified of the tact and Intercepted thus ending- t Ce journey Mr J B Dodnon father ol theyoung lady went to Owensboro Saturday and returned Sunday with his daughter r I MCLEAN COUNTY Comes to the Front With a Mat niflcent Display of En thusiasm The Republicans of McLean county met in mesa convention at Calhoon on the 6th Instand nominated the following ticket for county offices Representative G W Adams iCrnin Connlry Clerk Emmet McBwen County At Charelie Taylor School Superintendent Will Grest Jailer Dick Thompson Assessor B Damn Surveyor JA RoweThe convention wta the largos- crowd that Calhoon has seen in loud while The court room coui hardly scat half the Immense throng ol enthusiastic followers of truth and the convention adjourned to meet In the court yard Every step of f he convention was marked by harmony and unity of purpose The nominations were made amid applause and with a hurrah The men nominated wpeE ing lu their community They are such men as make elections sure EcLean should be in the Republican column and with a thoroug organ ration the ticket nominated will have the honor of redeeming the coun ty from the stinch and odium which Hlckman enshrined it with during that outrageous preceeding at Prank fort L Jarnagin Calls Benton Down Ma DITORI notice in the Hart forJ Herald ot the ith inst where Iam quoted as saying I am disgusted with latter day politics etc and I amI going to leave the political arena wish to say in the beginning that I do not think the Heralds editor intended to do me an injustice but he has unthongbtedly misrepresentedour conversation I did not say I am disgusted with latter day poltlcat etc I could have no reason sa Ing such no one indorses the that bas been made in Kentucky moreJ than myself Iam not dlsJtnltedI with the plans of nor the party leaders in the State or county Nor do I aim to eschew poll tics altogether as he states The time shall never come so long 03 the Republican party contends for right and I am able to lend assistance that I will not be found doing all I can for its successNow substance of the converse tion and the facts leading to it were simply this I went to the Heraldof fice on business and in answer to a question said I am studying law I aim to follow that profession and not try to become a politician it does not suit me to spend my life in politics think I can do better in my chosen field than to be constantly asking forI an office I trust the Heralds editor will place me right before the public- I ask the readers to pardon me forI making this so long as it is all personal and of not much interest at all Respectfully IRBeaver Dam Ky April 171901 Hello Here We ArelIH O SbrceteiB Floating Studio will be at Rockport March zoth and remain until April 22nd and will go Ceralvo April 22nd and remain unItil May Mt and irom there to Carrollton Mar 2nd and remain until May ijtb then he goes to Smallhonse May ijlh and remains until May 16th next to Curtley or Humphreys landting May i6th and remains until May 18th then to Point Pleasant May the 18th and remain until May 22nd r Fruit Prospects The peach trees and plum trees are almost In full bloom and there is ev prospect for a fine crop oi both There is an old superstition that when they bloom in the dark of the moont they will ecape the frost and that is case thin year The apple trees have not shown their color yet and it will be some time before they doE There has has been no weather to Inijure the blooms of any kind of the prospects are therefore very flattering Ml along the line Cruel Treatment Mrs Sarah Hamlltonof the Whites vllle precinct has filed suit for dl vorce against her husband Abe Ham ilton says the Osfensboro Inquirer They were married July 16 1877 and lived together until last Monday when be whippet her and she left home Shesays that he has been a drunkard for a year and that he is letting his estate go to waste They have eight children six girls and two boys and she asks for the custo of all of them that he Is ftohaveacres of land part of which is in Ohio county worth 3000 and much other property An attachment was granted her to the amount oi 1000 She asks for absolute divorce and all monyIf troubled by a weak digestion loss of appetite or constipation try a lew doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaranteed For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro mi CANE RUN KY Rev H D Bnrch will fill his regu lar appointment here next Saturday and SUrldayITbeSunday Schoolat this place is progressing nlcelv with Mr Jack 1 Ford as Superintendent Also at Sa lem with Mr J G Wilson as Super intendent Mrs Armlnta Boyd is on the sick list this wed Mrs Sarah Christian ia very low with measles at this writing Farmers are very busy preparing for a crop There has been some corn planted There will be a bi crop of corn and also tobacco lr this section this season ANDERSON Kicked by a Horse The little four year old boy of Mr T F Hall Centertown was kicked by a horse Wednesday morning and seriously IInot dangerously hurt The older brother had gone to the litthte barnrhind him and threw a stick at the horse which kicked the little fellow striking him over the left eye terri bly bruising the flesh and crushing the skull bone so as to leave the brain visible Drs Ford 8f this city Chapman and Tichenor of Center town were lumm ned and dressed the wound The doctors express them selves as having a very dangerous case Decoration Day at Render The citizens of Render McHenry Taylor Mines and licbols paid Preston Morton Post G A to quite a compli ment by sending ina petition signed by over 400 names Inviting them to hold their Decoration services in their locality on May 4 1911 The Post has accepted the Invitation and the services will be held at Render school house near the graveyard where 54 of the old soldiers are buried Committees have been appointed to see that the program is carried out in full on this occasion We have a meeting on Saturday May 4 and invite all sons ol veterans- to meet us at the Court House at 2 oclock p m so that we can arrange them to take part in our Decora day services 1lags will be handed out on May 4 for all the graveyards where soldiers are buried All comrades are expected to be present this meeting Louis GUNTIUSR Q M Langor and weakness due to tbeIdepleted condition of the blood are overcome by Hoods Sarsaparilla the great vitalizer Marriages- Mr Grant Sargent Magau to Miss Lulu Lee Magan Date of marriage April 17 Mr Wm Wilson Barretts Ferryt to Miss Ollie Cnnnegan Barretts Ferry Date of Marriage April 17 Mr John B Render McHenry to Miss Bessie Penman McHenry Date ofmarriage April 17 Nr Henry LRender McHenry to Mary Owen McHenry Date ol marriage April 17 Mr Wm Johnson Shrewsberry to Miss Mary Ellen Cotton Ola ton Date of marriage April 18 Have you any doubts remainingI Mrs Jones No Marinda I Lave not I took Rocky Mountain Tea last night Twill remove any impure thoughts in the human faint y 35C Ask your druggist m Hit With an Ax Harvey the fouryear old son of Les Taylor of Beaver Dam was struck on the head with an ax in the hands of his brother Ansee aged six Tues day morning The elder boy wast chopping wood when his brother ran behind him and accidentally re celved the blow The wound mayI prove fatal a Sunday School Work The Secretary of the Kentucky S S Association Mr A B Fox of Louis ville will be in Ohio county April 1921 and will conduct a series of lec on Sunday School work at the following places Centertown Fri j day night April 19 Hartford Satur diy April 20 three meetings 10 a r 3 p m and 730 p m Beaver Sunday April zi three meet ngs ir a m 3 p m and 730 p m Mr Fox is known throughout tHe State as one of the most enthusiastic Sunday School workers and Is an im pressive speaker The Sunday Scbotfs of the co- untyblood We live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor Thereis nothing else to live on orbytstrength is full and spirits high we are being re freshed bone muscle and brain in body and mind with continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits- no chqer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutri ment in it x Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It sets thec whole body going againman woman and child plIlIarrccablSCOTT iBOWNB ChemUU- 40HIJ hart Street New York roc and ioo all drujgUU 44 A Gentle Wind of Western Birth TeUs no sweeter story to humanity than the Announcement that the hetlthgfaer tad httlthbringer Hoofs SnntptrSlt tttts of the birth of M era of good health Jt Is the qne reliAble specific for the cure andlFwcrlroobug 1f1xxlj SaJJa all are most earnestly requested to avail themselves of this ppportunity and send a large delegation to attend a part li not all of these services No Sunday School teacher or pupil can afford to miss such a rare treat Each of the three services at Hartlord and Beaver Dam will follow a regular program made out for Institute work and it is very necessary that everyone who can will attend all three services J H BARNES County President I The Magisterial Districts The Commissioners appointed to Mdlstrlct the county into Justices Districts filed their report Monday which will be confirmed the first Mon day in May The districts as submitted fire as follows FIRST DISTRICT to be known as th Hartford Magisterial District com posed oi East and West Hartford Eas and West Beaver Dam precincts SECOND DISTRICT to be known as the Cromwell Magisterial District composed of Cromwell Select Horse Branch and Rosine precincts THIRD DISTRICT to be known as th Sulphur Springs Magisterial District composed of Sulphur Springs ala ton Narrows and Megan precincts FOURTH DISTRICT to be known as the Fordsville Magisterial District composed ot East and West Fordsville Shreve Btnaville and Ralph pre cincts FIFTH DISTRICT to be known as the Buford Magisterial district cOm- posed of Bulord BartIettsBeda and Hrflln precincts SIXTH DISTRICT tobe known as the Centertown Magisterial District composed ol Centertown Point Pleasant Smallhouse and Ceralvo precincts SEVENTH DISTRICT to be known as the Rockport Magisterial District composed of North and South Rock port Cool Springs and McHenry pre cincts The board created two new districts and arranged them to suit their conveniences as near as practicable FJWe pay salary of 15 per and expenses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture in the country Hustlers wanted Address with stamp Acme Mfg Co East St Louis 111 Took Carbolic Acid by Mistake Anderson Ind April 16 Sydney E Trnsler aged 41 died a few min utes alter swallowing carbolic acid by misUkesupposing it to be ginger Alter taking the carbolic acid be rushed Into the sitting room telling the fam oi the mistake o r Marlon tCooke manager for T M Thompson a large importer of fine millinery of 1658 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late se vere weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made me unfit to attend during the day One oi my millinersi was taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time which sedmdto relieve her so quickly that I Bought some for myself It acted like magic and I began to improve at onceIam now entirely well and feel very pleased to acknowl edge its merits For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m 16x20 Fine Portrait 198 If you need any first class artistI work send Cbas Sturgeon Ky a tintype or photograph and 198hid he will make and send you- a fine 16x20 life aize Crayon portrait Satisfaction guaranteed 33tf Storm The well knowS Render Jack owned by F M Allen will stand at Center town the season idol beginning first ot April 34 8t Those horrid fits of depression mel ancholy low spirits and sudden Irrl lability that sometimes afflict even good tempered people is due to the blood being permeated with black bile HERBINE will purify the blood restore health and cherinlness Price 50 cents J H Williams m 1OnConference M B Church South at a- New Orleans Lat April 24 to tickets will be sold at rate ol one faret for the round trip 1800 Tickets on sale April 22 23 and 24 good for salons until May 2 S B VANMBTBR Agt The Best Blood Purifier The blood is constantly tJeing purified by the lungs liver and kidneys Keep these organs in n beilthy condlt lion and the bowels regular you will have no need of a blood purifier For this purpose there is nothing q equal to Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tabletsone dose of them will do you more good than a dollar bottle of best blood purifier Prlct 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Bras drug store m NnrctM Worth Knowing 40rran latooOO In the South pray HngtiM Tonic a greet reined hwChills and all Malarial Ferm Ilettr than Calomel and CJolnln Con talus norAnocnle Unarantwdtrjr It At Pall tfiti cm and elro attln S7IS8 iA rOJ About tthe New Spring Styles i t That something called Style is a bugbear to most men their mind is occupied with details of their posey tot4r wear or what not to wear Its not their business With us however 4 oure7 business to know part of our busi JT 0 ness to impart that knowledge to 4 4 you when you come to buy When i you come in dont be afraid to ask fy J 3inITryou you may depend i4s upon our judgment Spring Styles 5 i are now ready I t fGlotliier APRIL MERCHANDISE AT rtIt Everybodys Store Our persistent aim is to bettor tho great retail business which last year was regarded as best is not so viewed this year Each day each hour almost each moment is ex Pacted to produce ideas and suggestions that will aidin H bringing dignified merchandising nearer to tho unattainable plan of perfection V Spring Millinery k We wish to announco to our patrons tho lato arrival of now novelties which are now on sale Tim designs aro exceptionally good and aro entirely now from any shown before It Carpets and Mattings Dont think of buying your CARPETS until you have seen our handsome lino Wo also kayo a nice assortment of Lace Sf Curtains Mattings Oilcloth and Rugs Spring Dress Goods 1 i Ti n We havo a beautiful supply of popular Dress Goods and Fabrics Heavy buying has not left our stock ofDress short in any of the prevailing colors NOv Good i err re being added daily to keep tho assortment complete and offer still now novelties to those who have seen our stock before Fertilizers v The Best is tho cheapest The planting season is drawing near and every farmer should use some Fertilizer With end in view wo have fully prepared ourselves to furnish any grade you wont of the Horse Shoo Brand from OOcts to 165 per hundred pounds c Look at our New Buggies E P BARNES BROi BEAVER DA1 sY i I J 1 f ll f t-s I L Ii i I i i i Uri u i r fft 1r 4 I 4 I T j T qf 7 7v 1T L 4 1 d t T r I El I I I 4i I T Tlio Kind Yon 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into his system a step slgnificent of wonderful advancement Only recently he accom pushed a remarkable feat He had established a station at the Liz ted Cornwall which is zoo miles from St Catharines and on the first day at the reign of King Edwurd VII Mr Mar cool succeeded in establishing perfect communication between St Cather ines and the Lizzard Since that time he has established pctfect communication in both dlrtc tlons and arranged to duplex the liqe so that he could send two messages each way at the same time It is stated that there is no reason why be should not send 20 messages save the cost ot the iutrament The Marconi system can be used in any kind of weather fog or fine wet or dry in fact it works better in wet than on a fine day ITo hundreds ot thousands ol people American Exposition will af ford the first opportunity of witness- Ing the operation of the Marconi sys tern of wireless telegraphy No one will want to miss it The Best Blood Purifier The blood is constantly being puri fled by the lungs liver and kidneys Keep these organs in a healthy condi tion and the bowels regular and you will have no need ofa blood purifier For this purpose there is nothing equal to Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tabletsone dose of them will do you more good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier Price 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store m O A 13 rOTl2C A Bus tiaItsKind Yoa Have Altars Boajtt Blgum 4of L Must the Handkerchief Go It certain persons have their way the handkerchief will soon cease to be regarded as indispensable to personal comfort anti will be difcared as a dan gerous propagator of distance writes A correspondent in one of the foreign papers So convinced are the bygien Ists that a radical reform is necessary that according to several French papers they are about to form a league with the otject of combating the abuse of the pocket handkerchief Their battle cry is The handkerchief must gol and to those who ask what they propose to substitute in tplacemen thrived very well long before handkerchiefs came into use aud they an thrive just as well without them Thousands of peasants in ven country never dream of using a handkerchief preferring to use in its steed the primitive method nature invented and which a one is absolute y harmless Only one concession is the league willing to make Ultra refined persons It says who cannot bring themselves to follow the peas mts example may use Japanese DYSPEPSIA Vor iyear I was aytcltmordy DOlbllllrbut I not retain ami ducat even that Lat March I egan taking CASCARuTS and elnte thenDave steadily Improved until I am as v r was ID my DAVID II Munrnr Newark O CANDY a CATHARTIC iaaei aa 5N1a I Pleasant Palatable Potent Tail Good Dogood 5erStcCen Voakeuor Gripe IOc CURE CONSTIPATION rIIol Kir Ctmtttl tbIee Mitrt l I Tt Ill NOTOnO Sold gliuMCUHi nintoe Tobacco lt rall dnfl CC Hughes Chill Tolli- c1tn1c1o c- Betterthan Catome1GuinineC- ontainl no Arsenic Til GOLD RELIABLE Excellent 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soda water counter yesterday and the conversation happened to turn on the vanity of man Dont talk to me about women be- Ing vain said the girl in the rainy day skirt Actually I know a man who carries a powder pull iu his pock et and it is not a tiny one to dab the shine oil his nose either it is a large one made to see hard set vice Men too have found out how useful the looking glasses in elevators are Ive often seen a man as soon as he got on whip out his ever present companion ion a small comb and begin to comb the carefully curled ends of his mOUS- taChe Then hetaktsagratlfied glance at his tout ensemble and gets out Oh yes chimed in the other girl between sips of chocolate ice cream soda Why on Cbestnut street not lone ago I saw a man stop and care fully look at his moustache the part In his hair and hta nectle in one of the polished brass signs in front ol the shops What woman would think oi doing such a thing They say that women use the shop windows as a looking glass but the next time you are on Chestnut street watch the men and you will see that the hopelessly old or the blind men are the only ones who nelect to glance at their own manly figures as seen In the passing now which the glass rcflctsIIz4 Even the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling of wear Iness and lassitude To dispel this feeling take HERBINE it will impart vigor and vitality Price 50 cts J H Williams m CASTORIAFor Tho Kind You Have Always Bought 18Ur Lonely Life of Trappers- No white people in these winter days are passing more lonely primi live lives beset with hardships and Abounding in deeds ol daring than are the fur trappers of the Northwest region from Central California northward to the Alkali lakes in British Columbia there are nearly two thousand trappers who are living in huts tents or log cabins amid deep snow on the mountain sides in desolate gulches or along frozen creeks entirely cut ofl horn intercourse with all mankind by enormouse areas ol snow and mlleaofice Mo trappers have a companion or two to share lonely seclusion but some grlz zled old fellows live alone for months at a time from early winter until spring without hearing the soundof a human voice Every year the trap pers bring to the trading potts the news that some trapper bas been found dead in his cabin away out in the wilds Then too many a trapper has gone trapping across the country over mountains and through canons toward his winter quartejs in the all has never again been heard from by his fellow trappers The occa Ional finding of a human skeleton a trap and n gun tells the end f a trapper anti the lonely Hie he led An Industrious trappers may get- uriypelrs to the value of 4rtncr 500 hum autumn till April but the verage winters earnings nre25o uring the six or seven months of life in camp each man may get a dozen bear skins thirty or more marten half dczen beaver fifty skunks and everal hundred pounds of deer skins Exchange I ioht ANtllrh InTImn I Saves SIn Ilughe Tnic ltate taken and Full prevents huh iuUHs 1 Pevrn Acts on the liver tones up theytem lietter than CllomIn iragistI r not Tobacco Mph sad htwle lour CUt Seq To quit tobacco easily and forever be ring Ctlf full of life ucrro anti vigor take NoTo Die the wonderworker that make weak men itrouE All drugclata cooorfl Cur Illllraa teed lloohlct nnd nimplo tree Address Ucrllnz lleraeily Ca Chicago or New York v A Boys Composition- A hen Is an animal made by the reator ol he universe which is cov ered with feathers and ban a bill The hen stands on two feet except when she is tired and then stands one and ats corn with btr bill When the en sits the sits down to lay and when she lays down to set The hens eggs are good to eat unless they have been ret nn w Cuts wounds burns spnlni nnd quickly heal jl you npplv- ALLARD S SNOW LINIMENT rice 25 eta andcts J H Will ms m C SrlOnXiRt tilelii Kind You Han AMap Bought 1rEduetoTou anoireli with cretsI foreroctOQaO I HISHONESTY Paid a Debt to a Bowling Green Man The death of ex Pretldept Harrison recalls an incident in his earlier career which while of little consequence in Itself is oi importance as showing the scrupulous honesty ol the man In the beglnnlngof the war of the rebellion the Union army was en camped fr some time in this city having arrived at Bowling Green Ira mediately after the evacuation by the Confederate forces Among the oil cers oi the army was a dignified sol dierly young Colonel from Indiana known its Gen Harrison He was un tried in war then as in politics and while a man of ability and high stand lug was considered no more a future President of the United States than many other efficient officers ol the ar my While la Bowling Green his mother visited him and boarded in the home of Albert Mitchell one of the citys worthiest and best known cltzns Col Harrison of course agreeing to foot the bill Later on the army left hurriedly and with it went Col liars rison In the excitement incident upon the hurried departure of the army he forgot to settle the board bill for his mother and Mr Mitchell lost track of him in the dark days that followed But when Mr Harrison was given the Presidential nomination tIe first time Mr Mitchell who by the way was an ardent Democrat and a strong Southern sympathizer found out that the Presidential nominee was one and the same with the Indiana colonel who owed him for a board bill contracted years before and he wrote Mr Harrison Inclosing the bill and explaining the circumstances In a Jew days be received Utter in reply inclosing check for the amount and thanking him for kindness shown hint and his mother so long before and expressing regret that fn the hur ry of leaving he had omitted to settle the bill and his appreciation over at so late a date of being given an op pbitunlty of paying an honest debt Avoid all drying inhalants red use that which cleanses and heals the membrane Elys Cream Balm is sucha remedy and cures catarrh easi ly and pleasintly Col in the head vanishes quickly Price 51 cents at at druggists or by mail Catarrh caused difficulty in speak ing and to a great extent loss of hear- Ing By the use of Elys Cream Balm dropping of mucus has censed voice and hearing have greatly improved J W Davidson Atty at Law Mon mouth Ill- Mothersi Beware of those secret robbers of your babys qu IIhealth Those sleepless nights and long hours of tiresome vigil are caused by these terrible enemies of child worms Destroy and remove them VRRmlPUGH A man judges a womans heart by I her face a woman judges a mans face by his heartIMany people suffer untold tortues ImIpression MENT will cure them It has met with absolute success Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 750 J H Williams cirn1eed9OO1ry and Women of good address to represent iL noms to travel appointing other for local work looking our 7rI ttnoo alary Kuarant d jrrarlrt e tra commUnlon lint expenses rApldndrancrment old eitablUh pit bones Dread chance for earnest nina or poltionliberalWrit at ones anti 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Haaday at T p n Prayer meitiag vry Vttsi day Teolig Hr 1 crllrleo Eaetof- DaptUtChirth SerTlrM held eeeoad Binday la tack month at 11am and T p m Prayer msr lacerery Thursday eTealnf an H n Htoae ham Iaitor CI Cburebrkcs SeeS Biaday la Ma moathat II a II aDd l pm nT 1 pHar fled pattor School Tnitoea IartfordJaa I Ulllr J 8 Glenn W U llardwlci W II lnlT WooJbry Tluley D R Ttomae tows TniUea It T ColUai J M Mattlafty Shelby Taylor BW Ford A H White Hartford CrtEOCl tl foIdXnlxhu ot Entity meeU second aid toirta Sat rday eight- ksItibta ol Honor meet ant sad third Bah day Blxhu hartford Lode Xo 7S V A A Uaioaa Srst Monday night la each aoath Pough Ulcer LodpKo 1l5Knigbtaof 1ytbla mtareryTudsysIghtIresto s 4 U A IU hold na Jar mtU ira Saturday btlort lnta aday la sack monthAll mbr of the mpKtlre lodge sin invited atUadoll meitia- gThrough Weeping Car Ser vice Louisville to Jaokaonvllle VJ- ASOUTHEaN RAILWAY Leave Louisville 745 am dally Leave Lexington 1050 a a dally Arrive Chattanooga 550 p m dally Arrive Atlanta 1025 p ra daily Arrive Jacksonville 830 a ifi daily Kqually as good schedule returning Alto train leaving Louisville 7145 P m has through connections sad sleep Ing car service arriving at Jackson vllle 1000 p m next evening Southern Railway ia connection with the Qaeen Cresent Route Is the only line with 21Hour Sohndulo Between Louisville and Jack sonville Superior connections Jacksoavllle for all points In South Florida Winter tourists tickets DOW on nets to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nas sau sod Potto Rico via Southern Rail way Information 230 Fourth Ave Louis ville A Whedon Passenger Agent W A TeaK Gen Put Agent Washington D C WM II TAYLOR A O P A Louisville Ky NEW THROUaHLI Junrtt tnmiuc x CHICA IA new through car line bn beta established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwea EvansvllI and Chicago the line befog via Mattoon Champaign sad the road from Evansvllle to Mtttoon formerly a part of the P D E RyThe services is as follows NORTH BOUND Dilly ExtlSaa Lv Ilvanavile 73opm 73000Ar Chicago 7001 m 7oopin SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago 84optu Sijoam- ArEvansville 805 am 5sopra Through sleeping cars oa night trains and throuKb free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets of yen local ticket agent vblarc JllB IA dlr 1 IObe wi trTms1 f =r rt is CUD wiTh giabl 1 enr4Ioall4d hopeLess Ja t mrOKCOW PEAS R SOJA BEANS 1 art two of the most proStabhi crop farmers COD pow for forage VIllaand anti Inprovlnrt C80rzbuIQCorn Buckwheat Rapt Etc We carry the Lanxt and Bet cot UcUon of Sudi la the Central Wot a4FlowerOUR CATALoOua Rlvei full infer beMuSdPRUS dsadWu SlhS iC iIDEIanrjLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J4aJI41utLc5t1LI t 10 IjuI lJur 1 r 1 d 1 d nJ JrA A r 41 EqA 1 r- C I j 1 J- t 1 4 t I1- y rt II Hi