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I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I IFineJob Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBE FAT7 IN IBE FQDBIB CUNRSQJTflICT Subscription 1 a year i 1VOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 10 1901o42 Lifes a SacKzeTo a tick nun ITea hoblilcd hamper Iery11tt1He cant get Everybody tnlgglclor sickness orll nates in a diseased condition of the stomach and roost sickness does there a cure for it Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discov not a cure errfa a medi cine specially designed to cure diseases of the stomach and or saul of digestion- and It cures many forum of dheaebecnuse many10rDlI or originatein p umon Ollne wJm acli and digestive and nutritive system wrIte otc Itfr rlf bentt I have received from fierce Golden Meillcal DiicoTery write Mr O a Bird ol Vrrtuide Putnam Couol West Va 01 lod1cnllooauodalNthe tueof OoUen Medical 1ua11 hid Do appetite couU not deep vrr tilt link that I ate not wit mefbowtU cofUtlpaled sal life was a nlwry to tL I wrote to Dr nee ghIng tht IImpo lama sod anked for acjrice Yo drtltd me to ur the Golden Mrtllcal W coitry 00 I be tb ai or 1111 alter tkin ruur WUu fio 10 wu Shel I went to wcck but oona gut wone ea I anla of It and uied ft abo t eight week rh I wai per manently cured I took In all about twelre bottle of the Dlmrery and ionic of Ur Pterc rleaMnt Ptlku In connection with the DUcOTery1 0 Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets keep the bowels in healthy action a tNIr ErVltIn M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice nte prnlMnlon In itt the conrUol Ohio and adjoining roualfc Andonrtol pral Hpeelal 11101100 sire to collection ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW JlrlirXIIY KY Win prattlei him rofwloa la all In mutt of Ohio eonnly and fngrt ul ApienU Prompt ami carrfil ronIIrntIon attn all bualoea minuted to bin ladrpruilrnt Telephone umie JNOTh WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY BneHalattention itlrrn to eollerUoix soaking UlrarU Aatoii olarr InWki lor Ohio rain ly Uinceiiorll ldep alIIIura IC E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARtroRIt KY Will P In nil the mart of Ohio and adotnInronntfrsandeoirtOf tppnIi rinrdal attrition rtren to sill bwlMMeetnuetl to hU srn Ufflc In Co Atfya offiM In eonrthonw P L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW llAKTrnlll KY Will pruetlmln the eonrta ol Ohio county and Court ol 11 Ironipt attention itlren to all boilnM entrnnted to hit rare Office In Herald betiding J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY- WinpractlmhlanrolMulonln Ohio and adjoin as tountkm rtren to MM entniitfd to hU rare r S I ROB- Y4TTORXEY4T LAW roUimVILlK KKNTLfUY WIHprartlrehU prolnulonln nil the roisrta of Ohio and adjnhnlngcoaitki lotDr Appeal Hpedftt attention KInD to JjOHN P MORTON I ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTrOltll UT HiMctal attention given to alt uoilnna alttd to rare umrelo fnrtboo j c M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW fo HARTFORD KY WBI practice LUprofc lo In nil tne rotitti of Ohio and odolnlnK countlet Kpeditl attention will be gIven to all bnnlnwi entrusted to hla rate olhictions a peclaltT E P NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY VUIprnctlc bU prolrMlon In all the courts ol Kentackr attention given to 11rctlon etUenwatnl uhiredenta ealnUn rood caiea and criminal practice URU aputulra Urlmn block rs R WEDDING ATTORNEY ndCOUNSLUOR Jt uw HARTFORD KV Will Ida profwwlon In nil the conrtnol Ohio and dlolpJaltuaaUna and tha Uinrt of Ap peal lrompWattentlon irtrun to nil unilneni eotrtUted to hIm OHInla ItKrvoLiCAX bolldlDg I k 0R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hlaVrofruloa In tbeeoarta of Ohio and iUohatJiltOiUUl AIIO Notari labile s Southern Railway Through El ht peel Honthern IttKENTUOKYTKNNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 0463 llllce Three Dally Tralne Between haul will and Lexington Ubwnratlon Choir Can Tralna loan and rrhIoolnUlolrom annUl Rtreet Union Depot cannecUnft with train ot the lilloolcutrahIIaur9tfl4 tl A lit L It I- Itt l rJ 4- I foilatomalq i i I r tit AlWUisDOisll64th AYlouhivtIlo UnUYIlIeVaJ n MCoLr ATvagGIaaaAAwt TraBc Manager IiInRton- I d 4 ROBBERS SENTENCED Quick Justice Meted Out to the LawBreakersTook Only a Short time to Dis pose of tbe Case Macon Ga May tO W Ches nut and C R Jordon have been sentence to the penitentiary Tor seven years each lot robbing Express Mes senger J N White on April a6th Sentenced was passed on then to day it 1245 by Judge Pelton in the superior courtroom The dispensation ol jahtlce In this case has been the quickest in the an nals of the Southern Express Com panyThis morning at 1030 oclock Ches but and Jordan were wrralgned in the recorders court under sections 151 and 152 of the criminal code which read as follows Sectton 151 Robbery is the wrong lul fraudulent and violent taking of money goods or chattels from the terson of another by farce or intlml datlon without the consent of the i owner Section 152 Robbery by open fuice or violence shall be punished by imprisonment and labor in the peni untiary for not less than Sour years nor longer than twenty years In tbe laws ol Georgia there is no uch offense known as train robbery by force Doth Chestnut and Jordan pleaded guilty and Recorder Freeman committed then to the superior court under bond ol 1000 each The bearing of the case in the recorders court did not consume over ten minutes The matter was then carried im mediately by Solicitor General Brun lion before the grand jury which was in session and the detendants were Indicted in a very lew minutes They slid they were guilty and they were brought before Judge 1elton who was engaged in heating the civil docket Cbesnut and Jordan were arraigned pleaded guilty and each was sentenced lor seven years in the penitentiary Chesnut appeared deeply affected throughont the entire proceeding and frtqutnliy wiped tears from his eyes Jordan was absolutely indifferent and smiled when sentence was passed up on him Before passing sentence Judge Felton asked the men if they had anything to say Che nut arose and with much emo tionstated in effect that this was the flirt time he bad ever been arrested and was the first offense he had ever committed lie said his life had been honorable until the commission of the train robbery That he had served six years faithfully as a policeman and sergeant on the force at Jackson yule Fir commencing in 1891 and resigned of his own accord to accept a better paying position in the rail road set vice being an engineer by prolession and voluntarily left the railroad lie only commenced think ing a year or so ago and then on ac count of domestic troubles lie de elated that if he had not been drunk he would not have committed the ex press robbery Chesnut expressed great regret for having done the crime and said if he came out of the penitentiary alive he would never do another criminal act Chestnut said he is thitty years old and was born in Noith Carolina lie threw himself on the mercy of the court and asked leniency Chestnuts manner of making his statement aroused con siderable sympathy for him among the large number ot spectators In the court hopsc Jordan also claimed that he was drinking when he committed the of fense and that be did not do it for monty as he always had mney He sid this in a somewhat a boastful spirit Jordan said he was born in Macon twenty years ago lIe made an unfavorable impression on all who beard him In pawing senterce Judge Felton said that the ttim of punishment fixed by law for this cfiense was not lets than four years nor longer than twenty years lie said he would give them seven years each which is less than oflhe extreme limit ol the law He took Into consideration their plea of guilty He declared that seven years was really a long period of time He advised that when they get out of tbe penitentiary they leave liquor alone if it made them commit such acts as the one for which they are to sutler punishment In a very impressive uiunuer he declared that no man would prosper who has in his pockets money obtained dishon estlyAmong those present in the court room when the sentence was passed were Assistant General Manager Mark OBrien ol the Southern Ex press Company with heatiartera at Chattanooga Colonel W W Hulbeit of Atlanta division superintendent of the company and Detective Paddy T Byrne bl the company Messenger White was also in attendance The ezpreta officials say the sentences were fair and just The grand jury also came Into the court room to seej e the prisoners and bear tbe sentence Chestnut and Jordan are now in the Bibb jail awaiting the arrival of a guard to take them to the peniten tiary About one year of their sen n fence will be taken oil for good be havior npBiliousness a condition charac tetized by a disturbance the organs I The stomach U debilitated the liver torpid the bowels constipated There is a loathing of food pains In the I bowels dizziness coated tongue and- I vomiting first of the undigested or I partly digested food and then of bile Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbance of the j stomach and create a healthy appe tile They also tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate the I bowels Try them and are certain to be much pleased with resnlt For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Why Some Towns Die- I There in nit a spot on Gods green footstool that is so barren that ft cannot be improved If put the tight kind of people there but these people will of necessity have to be the progeny of a race whose tendencies are not those of antediluvians Whenever you find a place pos sessed of natural advantages and one calculated to attract tiade and urn- I provement that is so firmly anchored that their niche in the cycle ofyears is only deepened to allow them to become more firmly imbedded you can set it down that there is sonic Afro American in the woodpile Towns do not rile until the people within them die and it does not take keepIscentede- An ocean vessel if allowed to remain In the water too long becomes so inn crusted with barnacles that progress is impededand they have to be duck rd and cleaned in order to again be come useful So with towns and cities if you do not keep the barnacles from getting hold they will cheek the course of the most prosperous and progressive community When they do get their slimy clutches on the hull of industrial development put the craft in the dock and scraps them off One decayed apple will spoil a whole barrel and the com munity which possesses even one of these senile antiquitarians is bound to use caution to escape infection The irfluence of these mummifi ed fresh Is one which a commun ity has to constantly guard against and combat for if this is not done it will not be long before a lot of Inn sane nincompoops are the dominat ing element with stagnation and decay as their concomitant evils When ever you see a place where every young man possessed ot any ambl tion or energy strikes for taller timber as soon as his vision is broadened to the extent that he realizes this world does not end where the sky comes down just set it down that the hide from the carcass of that place Is too far advanced In the stage of putrefac tion ot ever tan- Llvetown8want live men to keep them so and you will never get a town out ofa rut until something is done to get the embalming fluid out of tbe veins of some of the relics of prehistoric mummification who are perambulating the earth and reveling in the groundless belief that they are aliveOne of the reasons why a town dies is that a class of men so fossilized that an ossified man would be a con tortionist by comparison throw ob stacles and raise otjections whenever a suggestion Is matte by some man who was not sired before the flood Try the new remedy for costive ness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaran teed Puce 25 cents For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m p Busiest Man in Kansas Topeka Kan May 7 Gov Stanley confessed today that he made a foolish offir a month ago when he agreed to give a solid silver mug to all triplets born in Kansas during his second administration Five fond mothers have recured from the Governor fifteen nice silver cups for their babies and tovdnys mall found an other letter backed up with the affidavit ofA C Dunlap ot Crawford county that two SOPS and a daughter were born to his wife two weeks ago The salary of the Governor of Kansas is 3 000 per year but at the rate tiipletts are being repolted much of this sum will be used in the purchase ol presents for babies The Governor fears that he may be deceived in this triplet business and as a necessary precaution he has demanded the cer tificate of the attending physician along with the affidavits from the parents In Constipation Herblne afbrds a actingIusually be found to so regulute the excretory functions that they are able to operate without any aid whatever Price Soc m CUBANS AS DIPLOMATS I Delegates Held a Conference With Secretary Root v Washington April 2sThe Cabin delegates from the convention Ir m- Ing a constitution for the new Island republic saw President twice to day once in the early part ol the day when there were introductions and a formal exchange of expressions of friendship between the United States and again at night when the mem bers ol the delegation were the guest of honor at a state dinner attbe White House The real business which brought the delegation hrre was transacted with Secretary Root at the War De partment the President InUie fore noon Interview at the White House saying to the delegates that Li trbnld confer with the Secretary who would act as his representative in cooler ence over the Cuban situation The delegation and Secretary Root were closeted lor some hours in the alternoon in a dtacussion of the rela tions of the island to the United States Secrecy was observed as to the conference the statement being made that alter results were reached some news of the conclusions might I be made public Matters ol importance were nut touched upon in the interview be delegaItion the conversation being almott wholly formal Senior Carpote in his address to the President spoke ol the desire of the Cubans to have the closest possible relations with the United States lIe said that Unittd States soldiers and Cubans had fought side by side And driven Spain from the island aud the ties between the two countries were bound in blood The relationship therefore between the countries always should be most amicable and closer than that which usually exists between nations lie also spoke of the gratitude which Cu ba lelt for the United States for the assistance rendered in her liberation In response the Piesident expressed his pleasure at meeting the delega tion and desired through them tend his kindest wishes to the peopleI of the island He said that his inter est in Cuba had always been great and he made mention cf messages he had sent to Congress concerning the is land Its welfare always would be his most earnest consideration lIe congratulated the members of the delegation upon being members of the Cuban Constitutional convention He said it was a high honor and it Jell to the lot of but few men to have the opportunity to frame a govern ment for a republic Concerning the object oi the delegations visit the President said he would confer with the Secretary of War and the Secre tary having an intimate knowledge of the situation would confer with the delegation The moit important meeting ot the day was a conference in Secretary Roots office lasting from 3 until 6 in the afternoon This was the flirt business meeting the others having been social and formal It was made plain to the Cubans by Secretary Root that np modification of the Platt amendment could be made by the executive department of the government and the Cubans thems delve understoid that there Is little possibility of Congress taking action in that direction so the conference was devoted largely to the construction which could be placed upon the amendment The latest was that the proposition contained in the amend ment should be substantially agreed to by the Cubans and the discussion revolved chiefly around what will bs considered a substantial agree ment to the Platt amendment require ments There was some fine legal sparring between Secretary Root and Senior Capote the President of the Constitu tional convention and chairman ol the delegation as to the meaning of the amendment and the meaning of cer tain proposed drafts ot the different propsitlons that were considered Both the Secretary and Senior Carpote expressed their views quite freely and the exchange of suggestions and replies was very interesting to those pesentThe delegation made no complaint ol the present military government of Gen Wood Alter the conference adjourned the Cubans called on Gen Wood at the Richmond Mothers of good judgment and ex perience give their little ones Rocky Mountain Tea this month keeps them well35C Made by Madison Medi cine Co Ask your druggist Washington County Poultry Fields- A big industryof Washington coun ty and one which Is given very littleI thought by the average citizen poultry Industry or more especially the egg trade Sonic idea of the 1m roensito of the business at this olnt can be gathered from a few figuresI furnished by Mr John Hold who is the local representative of a Louis I ville produce house buying and ship ping poultry from this place Mr Hord says that since January I last i he has bought and shipped tram this point 36000 dozen eggs and about 17000 dozen have been handled with in the past six weeks These figures only represent a small portion of the egg productof the county for it must be remembered that a great many eggs and poultry are bought up by hnckers who make regular trips through the country and buy the pro ducedirect from the farmersorratber from the farmers wives We yen ture to say that ff reliable figures could be obtained they wouldshow that the amount of revenue received each year from the sale of poultry and eggs would compare favorably with that of any other product of the country Springfield NewsRepubli can Nothing has ever been produced to eqnal or compare with Tablets Buck eye Pile Ointment as curative and healing application for Piles Fissurs blind and bleeding external or in ternol and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum The relief Is immediate and cure Infallible Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75 cts m- O4STOnXA r Bran tII ue Kind Yes Haw Alwjrs Bought BIgutin 1AhZof aVaA Cat Story Up in LaRue county u lady Mrs Charlie Borders is the proud possess or ot u remarkable cat A few years ago she cared for a brood of orphan chickens showing them the same care and affection she bestowed upon her own progeny This year she is not in the poultry business but is giving her time to the real log of a lot of young rabbits which untoward cir cImstances madllt necessary to seek the care and protection of one other than their own mother They appear to be entirely reconciled to their fate and doubless feel they are heirs apparent to their foster mothers estate real personal and mixed Cure nner Olooil Iolau Enllng Sore fleer COla nlli- ingloTrjr II Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deepseated blood diseases on earth yet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used II you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pimples mucous patches falling hair itching skin scrofula old rheumatism or of fensive form of catarrh scabs and roles deadly cancer eating bleeding festering sores swellings lumps per sistent wart or sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B U It will cure even the worst case alter everything else falls Botanic Blood Balm B B B drains the poison out of the system and the blood then every sore heals making the blood pure and rich and buildlug up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at drug stores 1 pel large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Altana Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given un til cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poisons or mer cury as so many advertised remedies do but is composed of Pure Botanic Ingredients Over 3000 testimonials of cure by taking B B B CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought 6 aur Texas Is counting on having a big ger cotton crop in 1901 than it gathered in 190 That State has long led every other locality in the country In cotton production but it apparently is loooklng for a still broader margin of excess this year Its acreage Icr 1901 Is 25 per cent greater than was that of 1930 0 Beware of a Cough- A cough is not a disease bnt a symptom Consumption and bron chitis which are the most dangerous and fUal diseases have for their first indication a persistent cough and if pibperly treated as soon as this cough appears ara easily cured Chamber lains Cough Remedy has proven wonderful successful and gained its wide reputation and extensive sale by its success In curing the diseases which cause coughing II it is not beneficial it will not cost you a cent For cole by Z Wayne Griffin Bro To Ccri Ooiutlpittlon Forever Take Cucaretv Candy Cathartic lOo or Bo It C U C fail to sure arucglnts refund moats President Harrisons Estate Indianapolis May 4Mrs Benja ruin Harrison has filed with Probite Commissioner Walker formal notice provisIo General Harrison By the terms of the will she is to receive 15000 in cash the summer home In the Adirondacks the use of the home in North Delaware street and the interest on 125000 during her life Alter her death the last two I bequests revert to the residuary estate Under the Indiana law she might have demanded onethird of the en tire estate which is valued at about 375000 She has never entertained any intention ol doing so however her representatives say The Uulon Trust Company AS administrator will at orce proceed with the settle ment ct the estate For Whooping Cough Asthna Bronchitis or Consumption no mOtH cine equals Ballards Hurehound Syrup Price 25 and 50 cts m Kentucky with an area of 40000 square miles of laud surface stands third in the column ol Southern wheat producing States Texas with seven times Kentuckys area stand threlIKentucky stands steonul omoDgthe j Southern States In corn and oat pro ducts Texas being first The value the Tennessee wheat crop is great jot by 654 346 than the Kentucky i crop I Black Diamond Will stand at my stable near SmallI i house the present season ol 191 and I will serve mares at 6 oo to insure a mare with foal Money due when facts are ascertained or mare trans Jetted Black Diamond is I4 f htnds high a beautiful black with mealy points four years olduud owned by F M Allen Small house Ky astf The Mississippi river often shifts its channel and leaves towns far away from the river It was this way with Napoleon Ark Some years ago it contained 10000 Inhabitants now but one house remains Island No 10 which is historical and for many years was looked upon with Interest by tourists has disappeared from the face of the waters A few years ego this great stream beat and surged against the what In front ol Vicksburg today it is two miles away and boats land three miles below the city LInto each life some ruins must fall Wise people dont sit down and bawl fliGhtSmartTea at night Ask for druggist TowneIn a few years the tele phone will so perfect and the rate for it so low that tveiybody will have it The messenger boy must go Browne Im afraid theres no power on earth that can make the messenger hoT go very lastPhlla delpbia Press On account of Southern Baptist Association at New Orleans La May 9th to 1 6th round trlp tickets will be soldat rate ol one fare 18 for the round trip tickets on sale May 7th 8th and 9th limited to May loth for return S B VANMETER Agt She Wanted a Show Mr TweedsId make some wo man a No i husband Mrs WeedsBut what is your obi tton to marrying a widow May Smart Set p I- On account of General Assembly Presbyterian Church Little Rock Ark May 16 to 28 round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare Tickets on sale May I4th to i6th Limited to June ist for return S B VANMETER Agt Bitter Enemy of the Trusts 1 Those outrageous trusts ought to b wiped out of existence if it takes every gun and every gallows in the land to do it Whats your special grievance against themIWhy the scoundrels refused toI buy up our plant 1 Cleveland Plain DealerIEducate Yor nuweis witn Ciucarat forever100inc I have the greatest admiration for the man behind the gun said Mr DolanMebbe youre right answered Mr RatTerty but it always seemed to me its the fellow in front of it thats takin the chances Washing ton Star r Very Plausible Jet Chollle has just returned from a hunting trip lie says he shot the biggest bear on record FedThat might be so II it hadnt been a big one he would never have hit A ItIAt one time I suffered from a severe sprain of the ankle rays Geo E Cary editor of the Guide Washington Va After using severS al well recommended medicines with out success I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and ant pleased to say that relief came as soon as I began its use and a completely cure speedily followed This remedy has also been used in my family for frpst bitten feet with the best results I cheerfully recommended Its use to all who may need a firstclass liniment Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m THE FORESTRY EXHIBIT I Government VIII Slake a Splendid UUplajr at runAmerican Tho United States Government For estry exhibit at the PanAmerican Ex position will form a division of tho Important display to bo wade by tho Department of Agriculture It will coiiHlit mainly of a photographic dis play Illustrating the relation of agri culture to forestry supplemented by maps anti sections of commercial tim ber trees from the Appalachian Moun tain region The photographic display will em body sixty ruined bromide prints en larged from photographs together with twenty colored and uncolored trans parencies Tho bromide pictures rango In size front sixteen by twentytour to twenty four by thirty Inches and the transpar encies are from three by four to six by ton feet The subjects to bo Illustrated by bro mides and transparencies comprise briefly the various methods of lumber ing their effects on forest production and on the adjacent agricultural lands The effects of forest Ores on the forest land and tho relation of such denuda thou to the flow of water III streams and tho supply of water for Irrigation will be fully shown The principal types of trees and forests will be thus tented to show the size and lumber production of forests occupying agricultur al and nonagrlcultural lands The value of preserving certain types of pro tective forests on watersheds for the conservation of water Important to ad paccnt large areas of agricultural lands will also be Illustrated A special ten lure of tho photographic display will ho the Illustration of Individual trees ot the mammoth Blgtrve tho Giant tied Firs White Firs and the Sugar Pines of tho California Sierra forests by col ored transparencies six by ten feet It Is Interesting to state In this connection that these transparencies are the lar test over made Typical agricultural volley lands In the East and West will be Illustrated on the same scale show big the special protective agencies natural adjacent mountain forests planted shelter belts of forest IIIUI The region and tho subject from these Illustrations were taken are rep j rcscntatlvo of tho principal agricultur al and forest sections of tho United StatesFourteen colored mops of the United States will show the distribution of the principal forest types and species the distribution of rainfall In relation to that of forest areas and In connection tho location of State Experiment Sta lions Nineteen largo slabs four feet high And six Inches thick with bark at Inched and one surface polished show tho size quality and character of the commercial timber trees of the Ap palachian forest region Tho Government Forestry exhibit will bo under the Immediate super- vIsion i of Mr Glfford Plnchot the Chief of the Division no Is a t ot ballpWoman Sweating Blood Sullivan Ind May 7Mrs Clell Lacey of St Louis is alarmingly ill at the home of her sister Mrs O M Patton in this city Sbe is affected with a peculiar ailment her blood ap pearing on the surface of the skin as perspiration It is said by physicians that this is the first case ol the kind recorded in the history of medicine in the United State a similar case being recorded in Europe THE HOME GOKD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dully In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ol intox icating liquors requires an antidote I cradicatlInglor I may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss cf time from business by this wonderfnl Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close tudy and treatment of inebriates The faith ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate J case no matter how hard a drinker II Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober Industrious and uptight men Wives cure yonr husbands II ChlN dren cure your fathers I This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be givenin a cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge of the person taking it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless I and as more have been I IIhavingloving friends and relatives withoutI their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued di inking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by apparent I and lending Improvement Drive out the disease at once and J all time The The Home lorI Cure is gold at the extremely price of One Dollar thus within reach ol everybody placlugi ment more effectual than inp 26 to 50 Pull ac company each package Special advice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge SentJ prepaid to any part of the world receipt of one dollar Address onI t Edwin B Giles 11AllentlalIf HEALTHY WOMEN Mary J Kennedy manager of Aft moor A Cos Exhibit at the Trans MUntMlppI Exposition at Omaha Neb writes tho following ot Peruni aa a 4kSoucommon phase of summer ca- tarrhknown aa Indigestion Miss Kenny say 1 I found the oontlnualchlnl Incidental to eight years traveling corn pletely uput- mydtluthesystem In con suiting sOTer- alphyslotan I they decided I suffered with catarrh of the stomach i Their pre scriptions diet not seem to help mo any so reading of the remarkable cures effected by the use ofPernnaI decided to try It and soon found myself well repaid I 1 have now need reruns for about throo months and teal completely rejuvenated I believe I am permanently cured and do not hesitate to give un- stinted praise to your great remedy Peruna Tho causes of summer catarrh are flr tchronio catarrh I second derange ments ot tho stomach and liver third Impure blood Such being the case anyone who knows anything whatever about the operations of Porous can understand why this remedy Is a permanent cure for summer catarrh It eradicates chronic catarrh from the system fang orates the stomach and liver cleanse the blood of all impurities and therefore permanently cures by removing the couloa host of maladies peculiar to hot weather Tho cause being removed the symptoms disappear of themselves Summer Catarrh sent free to any address by Tho Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK it Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable niuiv everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful LnFj iKIrner3SwaRoct liverI1 cit Is the great medi T cal triumph ol the nine I uiI teenth century i1o coveted after years of 11r di scientific researKstf Dr KilO Iheeml Ii nent kidney and bId v3P der specialist and II wonderfulyacceseful In promptly euio lame baekjuarysy bladder uric actd trou worstformDr Kilmers SwampRoot U not recommended foreverythlng but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle tent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When wrltingmentlon reading this generous offer In this paper and tKsend your address 1- 0DKllmerCoBlng w hamton N Y The fl regular fifty cent and llamof Swamp1IooC dollar elzes are sold by all good druggists BEST FOR THE BOWELSI- fyou Savant a regular healthy movement of thex eli tierr dir loure 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GOo or II Curo Kuiran ted Booklet and sample free Address letting Remedy Co Chicago or NewYork Look A Stitch Iii Trme vaYe4 nine Ilaghes Tonleta 111 taken Incarlr Hprlaa sad Fall pruTenta IhlUi rngn at Malarial ira AvtaontbllrrL- oie ap the System Better than Celomolua Uutnlnv tuntain no Arisaic try It At Dreg lu tOO sad JlCWbolllil I i I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I Fine Job Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL OR6AH OF TEE PAin II IBS FOURTH CONmlOm DISTRICTSubscription 1 a year VOL XIII HARTFORD KY r FRIDAY MAY 10 1901 No 42 lilts a Sock etee To sick mm Ilet holMcd hamper Eerylittlelie cant Jet Everybody strugglefor sickness origi nates in a diseased condition of the stomach and most sick ness does there n cure for it Dr Pierces Golden Medk1 DIscov cry is not u cure- nil but a medi cine speciallytie signed to cure of the stomach and or gao of digestion and nutrition It cures forms of disease because many forms of disease originate In Ii discaseti con titlon of the atom ach and digestive and nutritive temlIwrlle to tell you oC tbeJrr1 benefit I rcTtd from use i 5tIcI D1icocry writes 1r C n cl BrrtuMe Putnam County Wen Va Ml cared me of a wy tt rile ot lodltritlon auoeUted with torpid Urr Bebn I terae thetuccf Golden Medical ft1t1 had- DO could net secp or er UtUe Tke little that t ate not wit net bowel coiutlpated and life waa a mlwr to me I wrote to Ur the ermp I lama sad aiked for ijtlce You adriKd me to try the Ooldeit Medical D4Coit7 n I be r ai of it tIMi alter uklnc bottle I felt so wtU that I wal to work but OOn got wot I eraln began the ne of It and lued h about eight wecka longer when I was per nuMitlr I took all about twelve bottle of the DlncOTety aatr Dr MeirC rleananl IcIUU with tht DlKOTery Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets keep the bowels in healthy action mG1f g iltIn4L M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY VIIlpraettetta prnfoMlon In nil th eonrUof Ohio sad adjoining roaallr d ttiurt otA ml Hpectal attention lid veu to collection ERNEST WOODWARD ATfORNEY AT LAW J1clirllT KY Win pratll irolw liiii In all th court ol Ohio colitiS end Court l ApimiU Prompt anil rarrfalron lil n tlon irtrea nil bnlnnui entrusted 10 hln Ei4eitdeat Telephone oat JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY flpeelal attention ptTefl tn collertloBi making Utncte Aral Notary IuMki lor Ohio roan u pace ftorth ldIabUe sqast- aEC SMITHC ATTORNEY AT LAW itiarroht nT Wilt prttuVhU prntwlon U nil Id mart ol Ohio and HdlotalmrtnuiUM Court Appral Vntdal attention tren lo n bulnwirctnuml to hi ear 01111 tN AttZ s otar I euro F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW llAKTFOKn KY will prMtk 111 th roart ol Ohio rounty and Court ot IToupt ntuntlno Rlnn to nil buliwM ntrantMl to bin ran Ufflra In herald kulUloc J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law t = HARTFORD KY- WtUpractlnhUprolfMlonlD Ohio nndndloln ijtosutle a rtttn to nil bail catubF SPROB- Y4TOJEYu1T L4TVT- oIItWtYILLE UBNTUVUY wnirrwllw bta prolrwlonln all lh coart ol Oblo Mil Court ol Appea- lpedplattentlon KITCB to rollKttoni JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW lIAKTrOKII KY Rpirlkl attention ultra to all bvilnnu entruat ad to Jhi ear OBIe In conrthooM io M- ATToRNEY BARNETT AT LAW t HARTFORD KY Wtti practice blprofeuloO In all tlie rbnrta of Ohio and Wrwlal intention will be Ktren to nil bnilnwa entrnetrd to hla rare Collection a specialty 1pP NEAL Attorney at Law r HARTFORD KY win prattle We profowlag In till the courts ol Kentucky attentIon rtren tn collection rtllementol ileredenfa HttoII road easel and criminal practice Office uMtaln UrlBIn block r J8R WEDDINGa ATTORNEY ndCOUNSElLOR at tAW I HARTFORD KY Will practice kVprohwIon In nil the court of Ohio and nJJolploK couutloa and the Unnrt of AI prale ITompWUcntlon given to all tinelnme enlneted to him Office In HirunucAK building m4 R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prettIes hlaprotrwlqn In theconrtaof Ohio and dJoIDJ eonntIi a Notarj lubllc J s Southern Railway Throngta El lt peat Southecn BtaUe KENTUOKYTKNNKSSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VI R GINIA North OAROLINAGr20R GIA and MISSISSIPPI J 4463 UllM Three Dally Trains Between Loots Tilts and Uilnirtoo UlIoa Chair Con Trains sam and arrive I ouliTlllefroiiiBeTentl Street Union Depot caanectUm with trains of tin IUDol Central 1tailr9q4 bA itt L It it t ftttra foillormallqvi 4 tt AtWO 4 4th ATe loulmYTM It TATLOCAiiUtant 0 1 A LonhVlUe i z S i J g7cuLrTrahI 1 Twzs len I AAUltIlttoa t I ROBBERS SENTENCED Quick Justice Meted Out to the LawBreakersTook Only a Short time to Dis pose of the Case Macon Ga May iO W Ches nut and C R Jordon have been sentenced to the penitentiary for sever years each tot robbing Express Mes fiengerj N White on April 26tb Sentenced was passed on them to day it 1245 by Judge Felton in the superior courtroom The dispensation ot jnhtice in this case has been the quickest in the annals of the Southern Express Com panyThis morning at 1030 oclock Ches but and Jordan were arraigned in the recorders court under sections 151 and 152 of the criminal code which read as follows Section Robbery is the wrongful fraudulent and violent taking of money goods or chattels from the peison of another by foice or intiml tattoo without the consent ot the owner Section 152 Robbery by open foice or violence shall be punished by imprisonment and labor in the peni ttntiary for not less than four years nor longer than twenty years In the laws ol Georgia there is no such offense known as train robbery by forceBoth Chestnut and JjrJan pleaded guilty and Recorder Freeman com muted them to the supeilor court un der bond of 1000 each The hearing of the case in the recorders court did not consume over ten minutes The matter was then carried im mediately by Solicitor General Brun son before the grand jury which was in session and the defendants were Indicted in a very few minutes They said they were guilty and they were brought before Judge Felton who was engaged in hearing the civil docket Chesnut and Jordan were arraigned pleaded guilty and each was sentenced lor seven years In the penitentiary Chesnut appeared deeply affected throughout the entire proceeding and frequently wiped tears from his eyes Jordan was absolutely indifferent and smiled when sentence was passed up on him Before passing sentence Judge Felton asked the men if they had anything to say Che nut arose and with much emo tlonstated in effect that this was the first time he had ever been arrested and was the first offense he had ever committed lie said his life had been honorable until the commission of the train robbery That he bad served six years faithfully as a policeman and sergant on the force at Jackson vllle Fla commencing in 1891 and resigned ol his own accord to accept a better paying position in the rail road service IcIng an engineer by profession and voluntarily left the railroad lie only commenced think lug a year or so ago and then on ac count of domestic troubles lie declared that if he had not been drunk he would not have committed the ex press robbery Chesnut expressed great regret for having done the crime and said if he came out of the penitentiary alive he would never do another criminal act Chestnut said he is thirty years old and was born in Ninth Carolina lie threw him selfon the mercy of the court and asked leniency Chestnuts manner of making his statement aroused con siderable sympathy for him among the large number of spectators in the court house Jordan also claimed that he was drinking when he committed the of fense and that he did not do it for monty as he always had m ney He said this In a somewhat a boastful spirit Jordan said he was born In Macon twenty years ago He made an unfavorable impression on all who he rd him In pasting senterce Judge Feltor said that the turn of punishment fixed by law for this cflcnse was not less than four years nor longer than twenty years He said he would give them seven years each which 1s less than olthe extreme limit ol the law He took Into consideration their plea of guilty lie declared that seven years was really a long period of time He advised that when they get out of the penitentiary they leave liquor alone if it made them commit such aca as the one for which they are to sutler punishment In a very impressive manner he declared that no man would prosper who has ii his pockets money obtained dishonestly Among those present in the courtroom when the sentence was passed were Assistant General Managel Mark OBrien ol the Southern Express Company with hea Quarters at Chattanooga Colonel W W Hulbett of Atlanta division superintendent o the company and JByrne of the company Messenge White was also in attendance Th espretft officials say the sentence were fair and Unit The grand jar also came into the coutt room to KJ the prisoners and hear the sentence Chestnut and Jordan are now In the Bibb jill awaiting the arrival of a guard to take them to the peniten tiary About one year of their sen tence will be taken oil for good behavior p Biliousness is a condition charac terized by 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cents For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m r Busiest Man in Kansas Topeka Kan May 7 Gov Stanley confessed today that he made a foolish offer a month ago when be agreed to give a solid silver mug to all triplets born in Kansas during his second administration Five loud mothers have recured from the Governor fifteen nice silver cups for their babies and todAYs mall found an other letter backed up with the affidavit of A C Dunlap 01 Crawford county that two sons and a daughter were born to his wife two weeks ago The salary othe Governor of Kansas is 3 000 per year but at the rate trlpletts are being repotted muchof this sum will be used in the purchase of presents for babies The Governor fears that he may be deceived in this triplet business and as a necessary precaution he has demanded the cer- tificater of the attendldg physician along with the affidavits from the parents f In Constipation Herblne afijrds a actlngjr I usually be found to so regulute the- i excretory functions that they are abler to operate without any aid whatever Price soc m CUBANS AS DIPLOMATS I I Delegates Held a Conference With Secretary Root f Washington April 2sThe Cuban delegates from the convention tram Ing a constitution for the new island republic saw President twice to day once In the early part oi the day when there were introductions sad a formal exchange of expressions orI friendship between the United States and again at night when the members of the delegation were the guests of honor at a state dinner at the White House The real business which brought the delegation here was transacted with Secretary Root at the Warbe partment the President Inthef noon interview at the White House saying to the delegates that lite vrSald confer with the Secretary who would act as his representative In confer ence over the Cuban situation The delegation and Secretary Root were closeted for some hours in the afternoon in a discussion ot the rela tions of the island to the United States Secrecy was observed as to the conference the statement being made that alter results were reached some news of the conclusions might be made public Matters ol importance were out touched upon in the interview between the President and the delega tion the conversation being almott wholly formal Senior Carpote In his address to the President poke ot the desire of the Cubans to have the closest possible relations with the United States He said that United States soldiers and Cubans had fought romIthe countries always should be most amicable and closer than that which usually exists between nations lie also spoke of the gratitude which Cu ba felt fur the United States for the assistance rendered in her liberation- In response the President expressed his pleasure at meeting the delega thin and desired through them to extend his kindest wishes to the people of the Island He said that his InttrI est in Cuba had always been great andI he made mention of messages he had sent to Congress concerning the Is land Its welfare always wonld be his most earnest consideration lie congratulated the members of the delegation upon being members of the Cuban Constitutional convention He said it was a high honor and ItI fell to the lot of but few men to have the oppottunity to frame a govern ment for a republic Concerning the object of the delegations visit the President said he would confer with the Secretary of War and the Secre tary having an Intimate knowledge of the situation would confer with the delegation The most important meeting ot the day was a conference in Secretary Roots office lasting from 3 until 6 in the afternoon This was the that business meeting the others having been social and formal It was made plain to the Cubans by Secretary Root that up modification of the Platt amendment could be made by the executive department of the government and the Cubans them selye understood that there is little possibility of Congress taking action lu that direction so the conference was devoted largely to the construe lion which could be placed upon the amendment The latest was that the proposition contained in the amend ment should be substantially agreed to by the Cubans and the discussion revolved chiefly around what will bj considered a substantial agreement to the Platt amendment require ments There was some fine legal sparring between Secretary Root and Senior Capote the President of the Constitu tional convention and chairman ot the delegation as to the meaning othe amendment and the meaning ofcer tain proposed drafts 01 the different piopsltlona that were considered Both the Secretary and Senior Carpote expressed their views quite freely and the exchange of suggestions and replies was very interesting to those present The delegation made no complaint of the present military government of Gen Wood Alter the conference adjourned the Cubans called on Gen Wood at the Richmond Mothers o good judgment and ex perience give their little ones Rocky Mountain Tea this month keeps them well 350 Made by Madison MedU clue Co Ask your druggist Washington County Poultry Fields- A big industry of Washington coun ty and one which Is given very little thought by the average citizen is the poultry Industry or more especially the egg trade Some idea of the im menslto of the business at this i can be gathered from a few figuresI furnished by Mr John fiord who Is the local representative of a Louis villeproduce house buying and ship ping poultry from this place Mr Hord says that since January I last he has bought and shipped from this point 26000 dozen eggs and about 17000 dozen have been handled with in the past six weeks These figures only represent a small portion of the egg product of the county for it must be remembered that a great many eggs and poultry are bought up by huckers who make regular trips through the country and buy the pro ducedlrect from the farmers or rather from the farmers wives We ven ture to say that ff reliable figures could be obtained they would show that the amount of revenue received each year from the sale of poultry and eggs would compare favorably with that of any other product of the country Springfield NewsRepubll can Nothing haa ever been produced to equal or compare with Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment as curative and healing application for Piles Pissurs blind nod bleeding external or in ternal and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum The reliefis Immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cts In bottle tubes 75 cia m- OAEJTOaXA r Batratli1Ie Kind Yeti Hate Always Bought BJgutan IJfk-ot aA Cat Story Up in LaRue county u lady Mrs Charlie Borders is the proud posseES or ot u remaikable cat A few years ago she cared for a brood of orphan chickens showing them the same care and affection she bestowed upon her own progeny This year she is rut in the poultry business but is giving her time to the reating of a lot of young rabbits hich untoward cir cumstances made it necessary to seek the care and protection of one other than their own mother They appear to be entirely reconciled to their fate and doubless feel they ate heirs ap parent to their foster mothers estate real personal and mixed CureA Cancer Olooil IoUou Enlln Horn tleem Coils olh lugloTF3 II Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deepseated blood diseases on earth vet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm Is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pimples mucous patches falling hair itching skin scrofula old rheumatism or offensive form of catarrh scabs and oles deadly cancer eating bleeding festering sores swellings lumps per Istent wart or sore take Botanic Hood Balm B B 11 It will cure even the worst case alter everything else falls Botanic Blood Balm 8- B B drains the poison out of the system and the blood then every sore heals making the blood pure and rich and building up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at drug stores i pet large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood 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and extensive sale by its success In curing the diseases which cause coughing If it is not beneficial it will not cost you a cent For sole by Z Wayne Griffin Bro TO Ccn Oonetlpittlon Forever Take CaKarat Candy Cathartic too orso It Co C O fail to Sure druggists retuad muaur President Harrisons Estate Indianapolis May 4Mrs Benja min Harrison has filed with Probate Commissioner Walker formal notice provIsIGeneral Harrison 0 By the terms of the will she is to receive 15000 in cash the sum me home in the Adirondacks the use o the home in North Delaware sttee and the interest on 125000 daring her life Alter her death the last two bequests revert to the residuary estate Under the Indiana law she might have demanded onethird of the en tire estate which is valued at about c 375000 She has never entertained any intention ot doing so however her representatives say The Union Trust Company as administrator c will at orce proceed with the setilec ment tl the estate For Whooping Cough Athna Bronchitis or Consumption no mc H clue equals Ballards Horehound Syrup Price 25 and 50 cts m Kentucky with an atea of 41000 square miles tf land surface stands third in the column ol Southern wheat producing States Texas withe seven times Kentuckys area stand- Ing first and Maryland with three times her area standing second Kentucky stands second among the i t Southern States in corn and oat products I Texas being first The value greatI t crop Black Diamond Will stand at my stable near Small andImare Money c facts are ascertained or mare transferred Black Diamond 14U handst high a beautiful black with mealy t points four years old and owned by t F M Allen Sinallhouse Ky astf 0 The Mississippi river often shiftsi its channel and leaves towns far away from the river It was this way with Napoleon Ark Sonic years ago it contained 10000 Inhabitants now but one house remains Island No 10 which is historical and for many years was looked upon with Interest by tourists has disappeared from the face of the waters A few years ago this great stream beat and surged agalnat the whail In front of Vicksburg today it is two miles away and boats land three miles below the city Into each life some ruins mutt fall Wise people dont sit down and bawl Only lools suicide or take to flight Smart people take Rocky Mountain Tea at night Ask for druggist Town In a few years the tele phone will so perfect and the rate for it so low that tveiybody will have It The messenger boy must go Browne Im afraid theres no power on earth that can make the messenger boy go very fastPhtla delphia Press On account of Southern Baptist Association at New Orleans La May 9th to 6th round triptickets will be soldat rate of one fare 18 for the around trip tickets on sale May 7th 8th and gth limited to May loth for return S B VAN1u TaR Agt I r She Wanted a ShowtMr TweedsId make some woo man a No i husbandtMrs WeedsBut what is your obItion to marrying a widow May Smart Set On account of General Assembly Presbyterian 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parencies The bromide pictures range In size from sixteen by twentyfour to twenty four by thirty Inches and the transpar encies are from three by four to six by ten feet- fhe subjects to be Illustrated by bro Tildes arid transparencies comprise briefly the various methods of lumbcr ng their effects on forest production and on the adjacent agricultural lands The effects of forest tires on the forest and and the relation of such dcnuda Ion to the flow of water In streams and tho supply of water for Irrigation vlll be fully shown The principal types of trees and forests will be lllus rated to show the size and lumber production of forests occupying agricultural and nonagricultural lands The value of preserving certain types of pro ectlve forests on watersheds for the oiiBervntlon of water Important to ad racont large areas of agricultural lands also be Illustrated A special tea urn of the photographic display will bo ho Illustration of Individual trees of he mammoth Dlgtrec the Giant lied Firs Wulto Firs aud the Sugar Plues ot the California Sierra forests by col rcd transparencies six by ten feet It s Interesting to state In this connection that these transparencies arc tho tar goat ever made Typical agriculturalI valley lands In the East be Illustrated on the sauio scale show trig the special protective agencies natural adjacent mountain forests planted shelter belts of forest ntllI The region and the subject from these Illustrations were taken are rep altfleUItUrjnl Fourteen colored maps of the United States will show the distribution of the principal fercst types and species the distribution of rainfall In relation to that of forest areas and In connection the location of Stato Experiment Sta lions Nineteen largo slabs four feet high and six Inches thick with bark at tached and ono surface polished show tho size quality and character of the commercial timber trees of the Ap palachian forest region The Government Forestry exhibit wilt be under tho Immediate super vision ot Mr Glfford Ilnchot the Chief i at the Division He Is a of Yale has traveled extensively rind has prepared for Buffalo an exhibit that bus never been shown In this country before CHAHLES EDWARD LLoYD Woman Sweating Blood Sullivan Ind May 7Mrs Clell Lacey of St Louis is alarmingly ill t the home of her sister Mrs O M Patton In this city She Is sheeted with a peculiar aliment her blood ap earing on the surface of the skin as perspiration It is said by physicians hat this is the first case of the kind recorded In the history of medicine in he United State a similar case being recorded In Europe THE HOME COLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered uiiodical or constant use of IntoxIeating liquors requires an capable ot neutralizing and eradicat big this poison and destroying the craving for Intoxatants Sufferers J may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years ofclose tudy and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter bow hard a drinker I Our records show the marvelous transformation thousands of Drunk arts into sober industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands II ChiN Iren cure your fathers This rem edyII in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this dlrease only and Is- so skillfully devised and prepared that it Is thoroughly solnble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be a cup of tea or cofiee without the knowledge of the person tak log it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued linking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by apparent and lending Improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost tng 26 to 50 Pull directions ac- compAny each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept I B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Maiket street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confidential HEALTHY WOMEH Mary J Kennedy manager of Aft Trans1Mississippi writes tho following of Pawns as a cnro for that common phase of summer ca- tarrhknown as- IndlgeaUon Miss Kennedy says It I found the contlnnalebango Incidental to 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ever the Engtl h language U epoken and you want It- The ThrlceaWiwk World regular anbecrip tion price U only 1100 per year We offer this nneqaaled newspaper and Tan IlrrcDLiCM to gather one year for 1160 The regular enbecrlptlon price ot the two pa 1wra U ISOO float Tobacco Spit and Suiuke Tour sits Lsaf So iiult tobacco eaullr and forever ho toni attIc lull ot life nerve and vigor take NoTo t Duo the wonderworker that makn weak men strong All ruulslo roc or WI Cure mannt- eeth Booklet und sample free Addreia Sterling Remedy Ca Chlcaeo or NewYort ILookl A Hltth In Time TOlilo tefil aMnt ta ken tn early Hprlng and Fail prevent fhllla Malarial Fever Act on rob cistern tidier than Vaioai sad QuinIne ConteJaaao AnenK try It AIling Iflta Wo rndSIMbotlU F p i tiTiw 7- r yYFp W ii Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY ii EON ZIUUEILN 11 I to I CCCOT= = Ih =1- Cl=bor1ct Illuld Frldaiit til till Hartford fat Calnorporattt mint it Hartford pistil fiei is secondclitt mill wltei REPUBLICAN TICKET Wir IJrretIRtI ALI M IIKKWUTIT ForCount Jndgr keN IIOUfcR- N1ur C nnly Innrl tIrrk DtN KAMI4M- If ir tntinfjr Altornry- 3i i IIIAVIII far Mirrlll AI I KKOHX- tarKelioul Miiirrliilinilrnl JAjrtf IIIWIIM- forJnllrr TIlOJIAS II IUfor A urln- NU joui forKnrvrjor JOHN II UOOI fur Coronrr BiN I IIAVIS ll tJNilcrtt mE J 9 FOR MAUINTKATKH- UCOSII IIISTIliCT We on nuthorlicJ to nnnonnre tiro MSlHrlln As n rnnillilntn tot loItnlllo the rninivrll MimUtrrlul pMlrkt unbjwt to the fiSilofi oltbt llrialillran varljr- We ore nothorlieJ tu nnnoanre V K IIAIKY- AiaranillJatelor Mturictrnte In IhI Cromwrll 1I0bllnllltrllt snibct to tb nctlun uf the lleiiabllean Mttf TIIIUIIIIIHTntT We Oil autburifeil to aIouer- J4tII n IIAIlfl A n oDsIIete For 3tetrst In the Sulphur Sirkig MniitatMtol lH trkt ubsst to the uc- tUu of the IkfoMteaa puny SIXTh D1STIIHT We are nnlbottiJ to AMOVMV- W I IIIhIJL Ml Ann enwlMiitFlar Mimli t te In iWlVitrrtovn Mnplntrthil I4 lrkt MlJnt to the iwtkB at the ltr vbll in i my- XKVHSTII niSTllICT We are uatborlwO to aDuoantv IH IllllHY lOMYA- inrandliliitelorMnvltrHte In the llotttHirt MoRlntrrlAl lH trltt nbjeet to the ss tiuD of t ltCIUbIthfl Ity 01110 COUNTY POLITICS Alter u long and ptr i laut couist unprecedented folly ntd misrepre sentation our esteemed friend A G Benton rises to ostert that Matters political we in to have arrivedat a very disagreeable stage hero in Ohio county Why nell tonlou just discovered ibid tact Since June 12 1899 the Herald has heen the companion ot fraud in poli tics it has insisted that the Gucbcl law was fait it has defended the Mu sic Hall Convention auil supported the nominees of that contention and niter they had been defeated by the people it first admitted aid accepted defeat theu wbeu the coutrst was filed it clamored fur the contest de fending this iiiumtricaii procedure anti when the climax had been reach ed Goebel declared Governor it shouted amen It contended that Powers Howard Youlsty Fiuley Taylor and liipley were alt guiltyof assassinating Mr Goebel nud should be speedily executed without evi deuce and without a lair old impartial trial W lien the people of Kentucky had been disfranchised Lt pttrlizju legislature it reveled in the pi rica ot that infamy nnd has since condemned all who difdgrecd with it Ve have cited the ioiijuities and the outrages it was fostering hsuch a course and for thid it awarded us in billings gate and iuvrciive h it possible thtt the IIeald SulfiDE has been elurnbciing all this while sail ho jut awakenid tu the gravity ot the situa tion Ibat1AboullIfort was made to get Mr Fou Roger to withdraw from the head of the liepubliriin ticket f Anyhow it ia matter ot fact that his removal was attempted The matter WES mildly broached tll Mr Kogeis and it is sail he took the propritiuu with an air of dtfiaiice and wrath This ID a claicut falsehood and iu our last issiicwe branded it as a lie known tu the author which he does not denyand yet thisSCIUBK does not know why this viciousncea is intcrtaiued toward him or why the editors ol the Hartford HITUIILICAN have hounded him for tuontlis with a persistence and malignity that evince the most intense personal hatred II The public is advised of the fact that we h Id no pertnim nnUpilliiti toward the Herald 8CH BlIt is OUI ly bin inlamnuii sin I ul oulle and ton sue lie liave been ioiip Ltill IHI kilo iinbltisiiuuly Iltfiiraitil n unvinou liiltihmd aid this week le dictate that The ikialdVuliior lajno perroiml nut iju tity towiird these men Ho lisa iiiul in treat them fllirlIIHI when ho has lelt called upon to mention them in a po litical writeup it has been done in a rswctfuilmanner orWe submit the oCltlllilS own language as testimc ny tu c niiadict every iilteiance of IhiII Mis iII The unnouncvmciit oh Mr Fou Kogers for County Judge fiikfil I tin Ii IIjwing from Ibis kind lit aricd tuiiuyttiiipercd IulIIA G BtMiton1 It iour btlicl itbs- idy txprtSfcd that low greeter en luniiliM could befall the wcllaro ol iho ciliztiis of Ohio county than the tlcllllllol Mr Hogirs to thcjiidg ship which ho asks Ho represent that clement of Kentucky liepublic Biiisui which is uot only odious but dangerous1 and again the same day Just what showing a loyal Demo crat would have ranged alongside ol the moat offensive LClro Republican iu Judge Fun It gera court can perhaps be imagined by those who have watched the course and listened to the utterances of the Fox nile editorNot sntihwl with the work ovr bu own name Mr Matthews felt calico upon to writeup1 THE KEIUIILIC ANS editor in another journal over the name of a man not yet bun What but animosity and personal hatred could have persuaded thir man to commit an act to do a tiling that the devil himself would blush tot shame to think ol Tin HEICIIMC AN lisa defended iltsclf and its editors against the debauched and uuscriipu loud conduct and tho infamous charges of this SCRIBE and wH con tinue to do so We have cited facts and related truths aud this seems to have woefully offended our contemporary lor he bates the truth dreadfully It nearly broke his heart when we proved that he was A G Benton AS liE DID NOT WRITE IT After seventeen long weeks ot wait lug when all had concluded that the Herald SCRIBE had murdered A G Benton or rendered him lion ic combat in a battle of mental anguish this old consciencesmitten sinbur dened amphibian resurrects himself stud feebly denies that he wrote that mysterious letter which has been so much ducussed lately With a for horn hope of sell vindication from tbe odium attached to his name and cot duct this unenvied creature feebly rises nod faintly says As be did not write it He not only denies it but be nails his denial to the wall by pro ducing the affidavit at Win II Holt a character equally as bate as himself This affidavit will lave great weight with intelligent citizens who know that unit would rather tell a false hood than a truth Holt is the same fellow tlmtapproached with sugar coated brotherly favors at Beaver Dam ami gave Bcntouu letter to us iu the presence of Mr Keown He is the same fellow who alter giving the letter to us swore that be lost ire It is certainly fitting for tbe Herald SCRIBE to produce nu atlidavit from this cub iu defense of bis own Jam nable c1 rtVCt We know of nothing that would raise the clouds of guilt Irom the minds of the good people so readily as nu affidavit from this man Holt hence we reproduce it I hrrrbjr attnt Shut Mr llelwr Matthew bad iiotblDK to ilo with the writing ol the let ter toiL by me point time Iuce and i lfffte l An DM Une lieptibUntii whfeb U sow In the liamU of the editor of the llartfunl liet- I4LItLN but that It a a written branei tlrH different iwfty knows to 1Uullly Wu II HOLT Sworn and imbue rlbed to befuru me by the above Win II Holt tile January Slut IMI M K HiiiLiMi C II f C liv K I1 TAVLOII H C- It would have been no greater task for Mr Holt to have sworn that it was the Apcsile Paul instead of Ju das Iscarot that betrayed the Savior lor he told us that he did not know who wrote the Benton letter and his conduct in this matter has proven him a Fiuley Anderson a Robert Soak or a Strolling Weaver Com meriting on this atlUavit and the runt ter it refers toI Our Mr Benton says foniernliiK this tery Olltllootlohjoort whirl ha ten worn thmnlbareliy tie KOI alley hwt fur ja4ltleaI purxwii noMr nil wblrli I pnrely a iwrust matter betwten Mr Hull sill tin wlltornol lie above named jnr Tbe Herald mrllie ham onlytoniiy that If the bandwrlthiK of the Irtter mviubleii lila tIn ft wan male to do no by ittiniebody otb er than blmwtf n lie 111 slot write It This antiquated tuhjvcV is not a personal matter between Mr Holt and us alone hunt it is a matter which concerns Mr Matthews as well When we published the names ot eleven gentlemen who swore that they had examined the baud writing of the Beaten letter and compared it with oilier letters iu our Cn signed by the the Herald SCRIBE1 anti in our judgment it is very much j the same al written by the ten The denial enjoined was fumeI some people are only to anxious to- aid i iu blackening the character of OilI that was already black Why Mr j Benton didnt say seventeen weekt- ago Iulsul not write it is because he did write it The public knows that the herald SCRIBE wrote the Dell tOil letter thin KCKIIK ki mn it so ilwe Iveryb dy known it It will be iu order fur tho S CHlJl to open up hit 111of I hi I in gpateI iract wtfk and the wrek fIwing tu ikail lor peace as is lube ciistoai to tla IH McCoiuiiiSK sty snue one else has bten too iniimalo with a wo nun in the I iupkiuusvi lie Asylum That Inspector Wilts has ben guilty of gambling placing cards and shoot bog craps in this institution We aio Inclined to believe that a job has been put up on Dr McCormick by Ills enemies who orE leu thousand times more guilty than ho As we saul last week Dr McCormick should have been heard before Ills dismissal Wu hope that ho will be able to vindicate himself rom the calumny of these charges IT is quite the thing to do after saying all the mean things you can about a fellow and when public sentiment is turning against you to sue lor peace review your past record say all the good things you can fur yourself and at the same tune givt the other fellow the devil this course wililikellIIake friends for you At test A G Benton Tin braiiici and wtalih of Oliii county citizens is iu the Democratic party1 says Mr Rowe We cant undeistaud how it is tint such II brainy roan is always getting indicted anil we do not understatd way such i Q4onyil man would allow himself te be thus impLscd upon by a grand jurI WILL well have you heard the latest Admitted Guilty Beuton has at last tletiyed the authorship 01 ihe A G Benton letter Vh didnt he do this when the bastard war charged to him Because he know ed it was his HE is a a splendid dodger that can take his text from a Populist bible in 97 98 99 00lud preach a Democratic sermon on the first tiny ol March 1901 This seems impossible but its a fact nevertheless IT is not known just how burden some that loot is becoming to the neck ol the Democratic party but ii was let out the other day Irom head quaitcra that it was growing very inoiiulinous WE dont see uothm ot the Root ter at the head of the Democratic ticket If our neighbor haint got no chicken we have a sick uu to let MCKINIEYB visit to the South and West is being marked by one ovation after another Wonder how Bills and his Commoner ire taking this ACIUINALDO has ceased to attract attention He and his friend The Commoners editor are things of the past FIIEE knowledge will be obtained by tflueion when William the Wise takes to the stump Tbnl sue 1ntnnh In thin Mitlno ut the rmntry thin nil i th r dlMmm jiot tIftD1nutll the lHt ffw vrtirn HH pnppomHi tu beU ramlik turn great sunny jreiiri ilorturn pro miunonl It ii last tllnMirn nml pnwrllieil lural rrninllm and by coB tnntly folllDK to rare wit- hlot trentnicnt prunoHnceil It Incurable Sitour bmt jtrutfn ntnrrh to be H roMxtltBttoiml die WIIH and therrrhrilrw ronntltutloDal treat niebt llairniiiuirrb Cure mannfetunHl br I- Jnory Co Toledo n U the ulilr ronntlta nlUII tW outlet It in tateii IntnulUr Ii ilOfMM fnnu lu ilrujw La II teanmt M nlal It arts Ulnttly on the blood antl moion tartan ol the tvin They oiler one hundretl dollars far any aar U tulle to rare send itt clrtalars and test nuonlHl Aildrem K J IllKXKY 4 CO TeWo O gold by DrnnrUU TJ halls Fatuity Till are tbebmt A Very Remarkable Remedy- It Is with a good deal ol pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says DruggIst A W Sawtelle 01 Hartford Conn A lady customer seeing the remedy exposed for sale on ray show case said to me I really believe that medicine saved my lile tbe past summer while nt the shore and she be came so enthusiastic uver its merit that I at once made up mind to recommend it in the future Recently a gentleman came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to the fljor I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him I repeated the dose and in flu tien minutes he left my store smiling by informing me that he felt as wets as ever Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m CENTRAL GROVE KY May 7Mr Thus R llishop who has been in ill health for some tune is improving Misa Maclie Park who is attending Heaver UIII Seuiinty visited her patents Mr and Mrs D M lark Saturday an1 Sunday Mr and Mrs W W Hocker and daughter Mulnue spent Sunday with the Mmily nf Mr Amo Muter Mrs ISijih Miller in visiting iDI Hdilfoii the gueit of Mr W 8 Mi ler ntd Jointly Miss May Catfon of Ilmwowl via itcd in the community Saturday and Sutctay Mr and Mrs U S Fnught and lit tie dnishler Ruby Neal visited in Kicktioit rtccntly the guests of Mr L V Tanner Mr II n Ui hop IK sickat tlil witlngiMiss Krum Tuhrnor has nit situ Mr R P Miller Ontniboio Saturday anal uodwitb his 1II0th1 er Mrs Klij h Miller Mr and Mrs W J Igltheart were the guests ol tbe family rf Mr P M Brown UlmwcoJ Saturday night Mr Juhu Tanner and family visited rtUtiven in Kocktiott recently Mr and Mrs V nee GII apart Sit uidii night and Sunday nt Mr Lir kin Williims re1I Waltons Creek I Mr j W Rnwe nnd family vibitcd in Ctnirrliitvn Sunday Misses K tie rd Lucy Liwlon lilclcrtll lootIInd MUrcii Anile llo gun anal Ota Miller it William Mines vlitd Mrs MIl F sught niie day lecmtlv Mrs Otttie Matthews cf whrse Illness we spoke latt week is not much Improved AGNKSIA e k l IN ARIZONA Presidential Party Visits Great Congress Gold Mines Cow boys Ask For Teddy PKtnix Aiiz May 7 The Prtsi identiul party spent an Interesting day in Aliraim The blue 8ltybrigh1 sunshine and invigorating air afford ed the patty much relief after the hit nnd dusty ride ol yesterday The two hours in the morning at the Congress god mines in the blue luke mona Uius terre replete with incidents and Were thuiuu hly sri ijed The Pits ident tccntupiinied by Ijtbident F U Gage cf the tUIU talked thiougfa a luaU utile tunnel luhttd by candles to the stamp mills where eighty dimps were crushing ore lie then insptclrd the cyanide woita and saw cast a bar nf gold wnith j25000 The President was much interested and inked it he could bit the bar It is ret hot tnld Mr Gage I wiil show itor shouted one of the melttrs named Kichnund With only H tew rags to protect hU hands he seiztd the led hot mold and duop eJ the white hot bar ot plowing mttal upon the stone The rags were Iguit ed by the heat and the mans hands were scoichtd but he did not wince That is the true American pluck cued the President advancing toward Richmond I want to shake your niIud lIe grasped the mans band itid shook It co lially Tim rniSSIDSNTS KESPONSR Guy Murphy My Fellow cit ztnn I am glad to be giettd here by the Governor ol your loyal Territory I have heard a good deal about it front those of your people who come to Washington They have as I suppose never understated thef tcU 1 am prepared since my visit through your Territory to believe that what they have said to me and to others is no exaggeration of your teal condi tlon You need a lew more people and there is nothing helps immigra tion like Irrigation Great applause- I have been glad to note the splendid progress you have made and I am glad to bow in admiration ol the plo neers ot progress In the Territory ol Arizona Applause RESOURCES OP STATE You have triumphed over many trials you have overcome many diffi culties you have done what it has been given to few people to do You have made grass grow where it never grew before Applause You have field and fnest you have wInd you have rich products from one end ol your territory to the other and you have a large area of equate miles than the kingdom Italy which contains a population of thirty million Ap piause I am glad to make acknowlcdments to the States builders here in Arizo na thtmen who build the Common wealth that at last becomes one ol the glorious States in this glorious nation I have been led to note your splendid public improvements This capitol on the steps ot which I stand to day should be a matter ot pride to the people of your Territory Ap plause ARIZONAS PART is Tilt WAR Your public schools your university of learning at the old capital ot the Territory your care for the unlortu nate people that dwell in your midst all give evidence ot that splendid civ Illization which you so nobly repte sent Nor do I forget standing jn this presence that when ve were con strained reluctantly to go to war with Spain and the call was made lor vol unteers it was In this Territory that the first patriotic response was made Great applause This Territory fur nlshed yearly zoo soldiers for that unique andgnllant regiment of Rough Riders applause and here the fig was made by the noble women of Phoenix that flint flnatid over a Span ish fort in Cubi Applause ciinrns FOR WOOD What a record that regiment had it lost some of its bravest and beft at Guasluiasand San Juan lull but they tell for a noble cause The first Cola Del of your regiment ib now success fully adtuiai tring the ifUirs of the Island of Cuba as its Governor Gen eralGen Wood Applause IA voice Chteu Three cheers for Gen And ycur second Colonel Is the e youLv know all about the heavy feeling a lnthestomachthe 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 I AQFZS I SariaParilla Theres nothing new about it Your grand parents took it Twas an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparillas were known htmadetheword- SarsaparhllaU II famous over the whole world Theres no other sarsa parilla like it In age and power to cure its U The leader of them alln tlM a Mt All JranUfj Ayers Pills cure constipation After offering terribly I was Induced tO try fUrupirlll I lilaIfellow creatnrea to try this medicine for It 1m stood the tret of time InC lu cuntlie power cannot tat ex cellCoIM Dllnol Jan 3Olpro nrowutownVa Writs the Doctor Jt3IWa nyeonriaInthstertwit trie yen cortrtply without Cot AiMren DaJC ATEK Lowell Situ vw v- a Vice President of the United Stales I congratulate you upon the fplfndid peopleiancJlor their happiness anti progress And i that they soon may he able t j sboa the Congress ol th United Status tbat they have buidcd well sac strongly and widely this gital Terri i tory nnd are prepared to be admitted nti the UiIin of Stutes ICtUlm Ustie applause A drive afterwards gave the Presi dent an opportunity to see the later eslinjj ruins of the ancient Aztec inl gation system At the Indian Industrial School tour milts front Phoenix the party had a glimpse of what is being done in the way of education lor the wards ol the nation A pretty little ceremony was enacted here foi the ben fit of the President While and Indian band played Hail Co lumbia an Indian girl In pantomU me pleaded with a man dressed to ithejTerritory represent Uncle Sam for statehood lorI J At 5 oclock this afternoon the puIty resumed its journey The ure was so timed that the Coloiado deseit add old basin ol the Cull of RndIbarren ot all vegetation would be traversed during the night The Coltrdo riverwhlch U the boundary ol Arizona will be crossed at YumaI and the patty will awake to motriw in California Redlandit the first stop will be reached at 9 a tu j Our Duty IVDITOR REPOULICAN I notice III lest wteks REPUBLICAN on article ifrom Rev Drane on the Negro race and their treatment in the South His Argument tvas good and sound about the best I have seen in quite a while in defense ot our race Now time and space will cot admit my saying what I wish for Elder Dianes I article mffice it to say I sin heartily exIso Interested in the cause ot ay race that I hope it will not be out of place for me to tale my turn at the wheel WhAt shall ceccmc of the Negro or whit shall be his lot in American lila tort These questions are of para mount Importance to our people antI ought tu be studied by our people In the South land where many ol our people hiVe congregated the rights gwrn Ihtm ard guaranteed them by From down Stove will bake broil or better than a It Is safe and can not become greasy can emit odor Made in several sizes from one burner to five If your dealer does have them to nearest agency of STANDARD OIL COMPANY 7 = Jp the amendment to the Constitution thiss been Octiini that by tilt ICJJI- Rtuttit t 1 1 those A t saline luutv thtie ttes IIMV Lie Cn tliutl n ini lists tit ctettat in IMintchiMii In cOdKil vntir te list vtr liny hive Ill The eiiltui tt ol disitnnrtitxr- iiLiitol iliu tttU hut liern gioving i ce his Itted m nnd U hi tieeii uCftlllllu iiumt evety Httcitip Oi y two sears agi tile Ktniuck law I u kcia discu Hed ficely the question I tusing the tight tu vote on an edu ttoull Thl fiat at I mitt was ileltHltd but what assur I nee have we lllit the next Uw mtk Ire will not take the semite stein the miter Southern Stite1 have dont c Wliu hs done lhi how was it tonc and for what put post Time Oem ctatic piiiitlcianr ratmbtr cl lie- leglslntureiasntt all cotictrnid in con Ktiucting the laws The purpose in 0 eliminate the Negro front politics to didrauchlsc him Tlicsame lutct hat have illhlmtchiscd the coloted aiiin if the South land is at wotk in Kentucky This hJJ Ken done nt Ktv Ort rauaitI by the Uitnoct tii fishy end I would uuvlte my ptoplt 0 look at the matter us they bbL uld nd in my judgment they will Ix I imnd doing busintss with the old patty tnt gave them Itctdom C III SlROLl- Reave IXm Ky May 7 Many n fair young child whose pailoi las It zed the unthtr until she hiss suspected tightly her darling I vas troubitd with wotms lidS regained the rosy hue of health with a irv dots ut Whites Cream Vtirul tuge Iricv 25easuxIXtZi OJSk I Bun the x iMkadYesHasMaBtttt SJpIl 1 HII rren iiaFII Ihooll C Iinahri I Kvtvra ihtir I ban tHliHiirt nnil ualiihi toa nibs no r nrul v lIaArnIl try It At 1011 f ait Zn iii floo bottle 31101 t Tho 4ToloeI lxconioiTii i Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi alit 4 curccctid by its Lung Distance lint j ihhalt principal points in thirty Cvi StattB and Territories is tstablishlni an exchange in Hartford Heaver Dalllt Render M llcnry Cectirtown ant lUnounding country They with to make thtlr service iiIcomprehensive and valuable ns possl ole and make a specialty of furnishing service to parties living in the coon I tr a reasonable distance of the IRitesobtainedat the exchange over Will i imtis Drug Stole IIittlo d Ky I i FRANK 1inucr Manager Ie Catarrh has become euclt a common disease that a entirely tree hunt Ihis di xustlii complaint lIU must with Ills customary to speak of Cumin as nothing more serious thaum a bar n tlmple Inl1am1ll3tlon of tire lions anti throat It is in fact a coniplicatiil and very datiKcroui disease j if not at first it Very soon Uxonits so Tire Mood ii quickly contamlnnted br the foul secretions and the through the general ciiculaliuit Is carried to all parts of the system Salves wunhet Dual sprays are factory RtIIl becatuac UCfdo Rot reacts tin scut of the trouble doe It cleanses tire blood of the x Itoti ant climinaij front the syntemil nil catKr rhal secretions and thus cures thoroughly and periiianeiitly the worst cases lii T A SViittansa iradItig dry1oods me- C nf5rnne wear X lid a ttveie case of nual Cutarrtt tutu all the illuKrrcaMc alfwhich udisenle auii which utile life painful and unendurable I iiaed meiciiieslrenrttiibytealitg uiiubcra- of filendt let tllliout fretilnx any better I turn began ta take A R 8 It tlij desired efTect and cured MIC r toLIw itliottle IiiinvoplnlaiiR R 8 U the only tiled nut now In inn Hint will elIcit n ptrinauent cure of Citatrli SSSthennd only nil blood and tonics blood purely time purifier great tucdi vs If you liavc Cntortli dont wait until it laconic 1ctIHerlelllln1 chronic tot begin at once the tieC of S S S and wml our book nit llloral and Skin Diseases and write our physicians about your cite THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CA YAtV Monday to Saturdayat every turn In the kitchen worka Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stove will save labor v j time andexpenseand keep the cook comfortable No bulky fuel to prepare t2or carry no for the fire to come up or die a fraction of the expense V of the ordinary stove AIWicklegs BLUE FLAME Oil boil fry coalstove cleanly not any not write rvMdtii qitallficAtiou within uuisatis disappolittitig waiting y WeMeetatCollinstI- h IThis U the general expression ol those who are out on tit a ihnpiiliig tour toe COLLINS Is a favorite trading place 8 1 they meet at Collins compare notes exam joe K od8 nml make their purchases They seldom find it necessary to go lurlbor for any line of Dry Goods ftc here they always fInd the latest and best and at price which competitors caonot beat for economy e i And Right Here Let us Add That our PurChaSes this year have been more complete extensive and satisfactory than at any time In the hiito t ry ol our business We went into the market to buy this kind of stock aod we were not disappointed Id what wo found And wo have been adding to this stock in ftiall lines tiny by tiny for it is our constant aim to let no go unsuplied II its any thing in our line We Have so Much in Dry Goods So many things that are new valuable and cheap that i it would be an impossible task to enumerate them All our goods are strictly reliable We have cheap goods but uu shoddy goods Every article every yard is I guaranteed contain lit full value We have found s- r that it pay to establish a reputation for strict honesty t and reliability Spring is Here in Full Force Now I In fact it feels almost liko summer and we want to 1m iIt press upon our cuitomeis and the public in general that we always carry the good to suit the time ol year II rjits a new ilnu you want weve got the goods to make make it in great variety and trimming to match every piece If its a new Suit of clothe Shirts Underwear lint or a Tie you certainly will find what you want 14in our selection For the Ladies We Have Every ThingNeedful 1Our Millinery creation ire not surpined by anything Inmi tire cities Our Dress CSoodi and Ladies Fur uiihiug in every line are ol exquisite design and II iItii finite variety And you will be surprised bow IichllIpl even the kit ol thrse things can be bougbt 11 it a point that no lady shall have any reason l able xcuse for not buying what she needs from ui And Our Hobby iiW il its anything It Sboer We love to sell Shoes liecaume we have given such excellent satisfaction In this line We handle the Brawn Company goods the best in the world Fur ladies tr men boys or girlwe al I ways have the Shoe you want the Shoe that looks nice and wears well Dont take our word for it Ask our customers In the meantime lor shy thiug In Dry Goodi irons a per of pins to a wedding outfit for either lady or gent call o- nRTCollins Pi = Hartford a a a 1- ViuucocELE l A 9li tiIIi9 tK l t a STRITuaEK No other dlMite laoprnteutanunnn u Varlcoceta At It UUrUna vltk lb nutrition of the sexual orrans produces emisatons Usa of a5 through thu- a nrinedocay oUb oranI pIIlla lb loins aching d thu back efywsau dun l- K podeae bishlulness pallMlatlo1l of the but sd a comblatUou ol lbs M ruilu In complete sos of Munbuod Tboofoal4dsaged men are troubled with titrictur ii you ha resuoa to beta you S- rafiicte4witiz5sdontugitit It wilt ruiyo Dot rt doctor sptiteuy- onbycuttittlstrstchlnf or teatia Our N Mihod Tr tmflt WcuruVaricocetaandSlrlctmmrewltbotoperationorsosaogiim UkMathoaaprlTately Send fur ear rrt lllaitrtted Book u Vartcooolo HtrUtur and Gleet W fjiarnnt to Cur or It Pay Kidneys BladderAl- lnxial affect tbMnmabuea tke 14 area aonft of dlMiie flveyoumaehinor wttkoio orertka amall of thebCZISO1e71S urinal IuIIIII 011111 aetna coUrss of hind of eeuadroway latllar TtstnSIns No Names Used Without Written Conat O W Howe of jackson NIIk14 Tirlcocda In the acordary star sad two opsrt4rrot f7rIbO u Suaiiy adiund t I Hfl trytheN TrsatmnttDnsS A K Tha e ltrred iilaa dluppaared Is V S alxweekt tbaetrlctare thins was 100 In t t eight week and my sexual aaerry tad vitality 1 L 1 rupectindyoiICURES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO PATJDecor Treatment Allen TrMtgtnt Li ffl lyphlitBooks tree Writ for Quittea Lilt tar llem s Trutmiit Drs Kennedy 2 Kerrran 628 WALNUT 8TREET-I Lx J CINCINNATI OHIO 1rYi9 ttA mf1Nerves that DieFor Jack of nourishment are as deadas though they were severed with a knife In either case the bate of supplies hu been interfered with Nerves that need nourishing make their rants known through headache backache loss appetite m3j estion fluttering of the heart sJccplessncfsand gene ral weakness Feed the hungry nerves tn and lake them strong and vigorous fallofvim vitalityand power vith the nerve food and tonic Dr Miles neroJUyspepnlanot retaIn at allThese attoclal brougbta on nervous Jr06trntlon and rest day ste nIght I tried many physicians grid advertled r medles but never Ithenrestored BIns K P11noaa Jeflewoo Tvll Dr Miles Nervine 1Igostlonndweak and rundown conditions Give lb a triaL old by druggists on uuarantee Du MILES MKOIOAX OoV Elkbart had OASTOXlXSLem the silk Kind YOU Hats ttmfl toutfH Ignatan YiIlo- f f M oNT BE FOOLEDTak Ihe ermine Ifloal rCAIftharpmark cut on each pa kae ailSinar a TfaiM tuti Alk yow draff Ijl Unless a woman eatu ouOicIrnt uiUhlng lood she can neither gain or keep a good romplexlon Foed hen digested It In Ihe base r all beautyhIurblne et ard give you the clmr blight be ntlful skin of bealtb Price 50 ant 75 eta ok it ladyInBowling Green mighty cheap CiR and get our scholarship and goto school A i 4wr I- i1 f 0 ljcrt a cl te 44Q t emQlm alSa 11 They Come They Buy The Wonder How it is That iSell goods lower than any house in Ohio county Our selections are the best because we have lead long texperience in buying Our prices are the lowest because we buy for t- I lt44 WE QUOTE YOU Ladles Tape neck Vet 50 rt- LdICa hlMk hose 5cJgood Cotton Socks 5c rj heavy work Shlitj i 250 2 s Cruz Vest 5C ij Fattened cloth Iklts 250 ladles Ties 250tf Goo I Umbrella 50C T Children Parasol + jjc Sheer Qujfity India Linen los oParis 72 inches wide 75C rS V vlesLace 2C 3 4C and 5c a2 Putty Ides toe quality 8cM 4 White Marseille 4Old Gloves sll shades and beat quality 100 3 Lint Embroideries 5c to 50c Nice 1alr Towels 15c Cottonade Pants all sizes Soc tMensgood Plow Shors i oo- GooiIJIne Shoeslate style 125 Children Red Slippers Hose to match 750 Misses Slippers in black size 12 to 2s 100 and Sr 50 tMens Low Cut Shoes ft 00 to f2 00 q Childrens All wool Suits 150 to 350 YST Mens Linen Suits R2oo to f3 oo l2 May is the mouth lor business Yitit us and we will show rou exactly wbat IUlllnera ir Remember our entire tock is full of DIG VALUU3 ViU us and they are ourMBring us your llama Kggs Wool Feather Etc j Illgbett market price guaranteed i Remember the place 2 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY Io- IlllnolaContralRailroa ri Table Tlrtv Nw tin wd aUDI art Bnndtjr Itoc S Duo a t lbO- ltflb sand Nonltl llnnuU IUdallI1DI SD Ill dallas am trMo inUl 9Mp n No 101 dar2to p In No in dot 1I2V p ra No Ill dot 1eI1 p- Inrl oa rurhl NtiiKdwresamanVAIIMInaAart m t HSO S CURE FOR M inn ofd by dRultLDw r rN UMPTION Mr Mike Crahan Horse Branch Is In town tMrs Joe B Vickers is visiting In Ocensboro Dr J W Taylor Cromwell was In 1191n Tuesday See Keowna Fertilizer before pur Ch lngelfewhere Esq H B Taylor Prentis called to see us Monday Mr S P Roby Fordsville was In town fist ol the week Mr Ozna Shultz Beaver Dam called to see UP Monday Mr S L Phllh s Etnavllle mad ns a pleasant caffTnesday II Its Fertilizer you want the pla- to get it is John G Keownc Dr S W Samuels Louisville i e visiting Dr J W Taylor Cromwell Misses Lulu and Stella Tanner o near townare visiting in Owensbor this week S Messrs G Iivis Royal Fordsville k and T D Royal Mgan called to to usyeaterdaj Esq WvP Render MntutziK am Mr S T Hunter Smnllhouse called to see ns Tuesday MerlJ T C Taylor S L Steven s any R E Rogers Cromwell tier e a ong our vlaitnra MnndAY Mr Sid Swift Arnold has Small pox Quite a number were exposed t the disease before it was pronounce d r to be smallpox Nasal M BAIJI o tGDboat4EIJs Cream Balm Y tT r tlewessoothesadhubeeevrEacddtlrw fP tRO ser a coin Urn had- j thaait1almhplardlntotbnoskBiprud f the mtabrene and U eUorbed m mdlatanaaertoaowa JlI not yIngdoe 110 procI1Ice euztog tarje 81u M eenta at Drul Of by mall Trial Blu 10 utiU by roIL XJLT BUOinEBS M Wanea Street New Tor I tw I SHOES I See Carson Bros Stock of Remnant Shoes Goodwear in them and you got them at I much loss than wholesale prices Your elioicofor1 Rev T J Acton and wife Sulphur Springs were iu town Tuesday lie made us a call while in town Messrs A R Renfrow and Wm Dean Dundee made us a very pleas ant call Tuesday while in town Messrs J B Mitchell Olaton and John Shultz Narrows paid Tim RE PUBLICAN their compliments Tuesday by their presence Miss Minta Hoover died at her home near Horton the 2nd inst 01 consumption and was bulled Friday at Barnett Creek The Bank of Hartford has been re papered repalnted and recarpeted which adds greatly to the general ap pearance and comfort Mr L M Render has been promot ed and is now Secretary of the Louis vllle Trust Co Quite an honor for cean Ohio county boy The little two weeks old baby ol Mr and Mrs Ancel Havens Cromwell died Tuesday and was buried I Wednesday at Green Briar Butler I county Sheriff Cal IJ Kccnvr moved his family to the Tom Taylor farm near town Tuesday Mr Taylor has moved into his property near the Baptist church Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah here Is your Fertilizer best corn grower in the world Its going to those who come fit JOHN G KnowN I Mr J B Dodson moved his family o to his farm near Duford Tuesday We o regret to give up Mr DodsonH lame ly for his is one of the best families- In the county I Adolphus Jihtnon his gold his drug store at Narrows to Renfrow Armendt and ROCS to Auburn Ky where he will engage in the drug business In the firm of Auf Johnson I Mr M F King has sold bia Inter est in the livery stable to his partner Mr J B Dodson Mr King goes to a his tarn near Duford We regret very much to give Mr King up but our loss is anothers gain rMr aLd Mrs MIL Heavrin went O POWDER 4liIN6 bSOWIEJY PvRE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ov tIUIM M WMI co M w van r to Louisville Tuesday to be present at I commencement of the Louisville Den tat College whloh was scheduled for Wednesday evening Mr O B lIeavrln graduated this year from this Institution Dr R Goldstein the eminent Opt tician of Louisville will be at the leiding hotel in Hartford on Monday May 20 for a few days If you have any defect of eyesight call on him lie guarantees tatislactbn and exams nation is absotntely free Office hours 9 a m to 4 p m Drs S W Samuels J W Taylor and R P Nail performed an opera oflIrI and our reporter advises us that the operation was a complete success and the dli figure has been removedI Mr IL P Taylor left fur New Mex1 ico last Friday to attend to some very important legal business for the IIH nols Central Railroad Co Mr Taylor should feel himself complimented with having been chosen for this Iw portant work over so many coiupetit ors in the employe of the company lie will be absent about two weekb The Central City base ball team will play the Hartford boys at the Fair Grounds tomorrow Ten cents admission fee will be charged at the gates Our boys promts us victory which we shall hope for as long as there Is room for bipe Boys Hart ford expects something from you to morrow Are you prepared to deliver it Miss Sallie E Renfrew and Mr II C Acton were married at the residence of the bride near Sulphur Springs Sunday evening Miss Ren row U the daughter of Mr and Mrs Mark Renfrew a very charming and cultured young lady Mr Acton is a very pleasant young business man reserved and unassuming enjoying a large circle of friends They have the best wishes of TUB RErunucAN for a life of eternal happiness The First National Bank received Its new safe Wednesday It is burglar proof and Is one of the finest pieces of workmanship the kind we have ever seen Mr Riley is highly pleased with It and assures the peo ple that all valuables entrusted to his care will be as sale as the workman ship ol man can mate it Mr Riley Is one ofthe est business men in the country which fact insures lor him BU cesslul harvest Last Friday Marshal Bryant of Render arrested Tlnk Harlan Henry Blackburn and James McIntire who were indicted at the last March term for breach of the peace and in default of ball they were lodged in jail They appeared before Judge Miller Saturday through their Attorney Ernest Wood ward and demanded a trial which was granted and resulted in a fine ol 500 each and cost Mr C E Raley of the gibraltar precinct cf Ohio county Republican ism Rosine enters the race for Mag istrate in the Cromwell district sub ject to the will oi the Republican par ty Mr Raley is a gentleman ofmore than ordinary ability and is a true blue Republican a hard worker in the ranks and if nominated would work well In the harness lie sub mite his case to theRepubllcans of his district for their consideration and pledges himself to abide by the will of the people Last Saturday afiernnoon the G A R met at the court house and alter the business bad been transacted the sons of veterans were invited into the meeting and dlscused the plans for organizing the Sons of Veterans It was agreed that all sons of veterans who desire to join the organization should meet tomorrow week at the court house to perfect the organize tlon Fifteen or twenty were present last Saturday when there sould have been 200 NerveFood Ifyou have neuralgiacScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil t will feed the nerve that is cry ing for foodit is hungry and set your whole body going again in a way to satisfy nerve and brain from your usual food That is cure If you are nervous and irri table you may only need more fat to cushion your nerves you are probably thin and Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will give you the fat to be gin with Cure so far as it goes Full cure is getting the fat you need from usual food and Scotts Emulsion will help you to that- If hAVe not tried It Mml for tree umpte IU agreeable taste will you SCOTT lit DOWNK ChemUtf pprtylearl Nreet N w York sec and 100 nit dnixguU w Mr A V Day was killed by a hit train at Hone Branch Saturday night about 8 oclock lie was not found until Sunday morning by the track walkman after lout or five trains had run over his body The various trains that in their turn ran over this body cut and mangled it horribly So bad ly was It mutilated that it was diffi cult to recognize any oi his features Parcels ot the body were found three or four hundred yards from where he was first struck He was an old vet eran of the civilwar Tie Beaver Dam Boys engaged the Hartford boys at base ball Saturday afternoon and after a hotly contested game the former team were crowned conquerors of the field The game was close from start to finish and much interest was manifested on both side The contest will be renewed on the planes at Beaver Dam tomorrow week and the interest will be great the result in doubt if the boys do their duty and practice as they should We congratulate the victors and extend our sympathy to the vanquished in advance ot the resul- tMarrfages II C Acton Dundee to Miss Sallie E Renfrow Dundee Date of arrlage April 5- The r Mutual Life of New York RICHARD A MCCUBDY PRESIDENT This is the largest strongest and safeft life insurance company in the world Its cash funds amount to the enormous sum ol over Three Hundred and Twenty Five Million Dollars and exceed by over One Hundred and PI- ty Million Dollars the combined cash capital of the four largest banks of the world The Bank of England The Bank of Prance The Bank of Russia and the Imperial Bank of Ger manyThis great company is not repre rented In this county and desires a responslbllltsuch a man a liberal contract will be given It is not necessary for a man to have had pevious experience in life Insurance as the principal requisites- are energy honesty and good habits For lull information write at once to BI COE HINDMAN Gen Agt- Louisville Ky r A Call In as much as Esq Ud Massle was elected Justice of the Peace in the Bu lord Magisterial District in 1897 and brcugh a Democratic contest had his office taken from him and in view of hid able and efficient service while holding his office and knowing him to be weell qualified for the position and believing him to be an easy win nor we therefore the undersigned Republicans of the district above mentioned respectfully ask and urge him to become a candidate for and to accept the nomination for Magistrate heartily assuring him that we will do every thing in our power to secure his election J B Iler B G Stewart- V M Stewart Sam Shaver Robt Webb A Webb L P Bennett R C Bennett W G Bennett E P Bennett Felix Shaver Jacob Shaver Alfred Hoover Everrt Hoover Virgil Riggs M L Westerfield Lucian Ambrose W D Westerfield- R A Leisure R H Johnson Jno Johnson W B Heflin E G Cook John King John Hlahang R L Oltoson Marvin Cook W R Carson- J W Benton W C Bennett Jas F Hicks Sam T Wallace B S Chamberlin J C Chamberlin W S Tlnsler J L Hicks- J B Webb T C Stratton E J Leach S L Leach 1 C Park R Davis W C Ashley W II Humphrey B M Bennett S R Bennett Rupert Bennett D C Shaver Newcomb James Ashley A Mrs J No matter what cau ses facial eruptions absolute cleanliness inside and out is the only way to cure them Rocky Mountain Tea taken this month will drive them away 35c Ask your druggist Ice For Sale Clarence Casebler and Ike Sander fur will deliver Ice to your home every morning For sale during the day at Moore Sanderlurs grocery S S Hello Here We Are H O Shrocters Floating Studio will be at Rockport March moth and remain until April 22nd and will go to Ceralvo April 22nd and remain un til May tat and from there to South Carrollton May 2nd and remain until May 13th then he goes to Smallhouse May 13th and remains until May 16th next to Curtley or Humphreys land lug May 16th and remains until May 18th then to Point Pleasant May the iSth and remain until May 22nd Treasurers ReceiptD- UPIJCATa TREASURY DEPARTMENT OrriCB OP TUB TREASURER V WASHINGTON D C Aprzeipoi J Received of the PIrSl1atlonal Bank of Hartford Ky registered Bonds of the United States of the kinds and amounts described below in the name of the Treasurer of the United States in trust far said Bank amounting to Twenty five Thousand Dollars whlch are held by the United States as security lor the redemption ard payment of any circulating notes that have been or may be delivered to said As sociation by the Comptroller of the Currency No ol Bank 5 792 ELUS H RODSRST Treas of the United States SHAMROCKS REPLY thEIMinded Bolting Republican Republicans are Aroused a Never Before in This Sec tion of the County Sulphur Springs Ky May 9 1901 EDITOR REPUBLICAN With an apology for the space necessary to to produce his nom de plume I wi notice a communication In Wednes days issue of the Hartford Herald r signed Weak minded Lifelong Re publican Weak kneed Republics n would have been more appropriate purporting to come from this place but which was in fact written III Hartford by a Hartford Democrat and to which an accommodating weakkneed Republican allowed hi e signature ho be attached As mud as I admire Judge Miller whose offi clal fitness is such that nomination s oi the various political parties have been chasing him about for a quarte of a century and succeeded in bagging him four times in eight years I cannot allow this weakkneed Republic an to proclaim his support oi tbejudge under the mask of a polltlcalpurist without puncturing his mask This gentleman who is so prodigal wit hen signature and whose pen name Is too lengthy for frequent reproduction saYL I never voted anything but the Republican ticket The Judgi has been running for so many yeans and on so many tickets that it Is sometimes difficult to determine with out consulting the poll book jus what ticket he was running on it any given year but unless my memory is at fault he was not on the Republican ticket four year ago ye t you openly supported him at tha- election and received from the Judge as a reward for so doing appointment- for 4 years on the Board of TaxSuper visors and balked in the sunshine of 3 oo per day for 52 daysI5600 My weakminded brother have become such a chronic bolte- that nothing short ol a bond to abide the result should entitle you to vote in a Republican convention hereafter Again you say I know what it takes to make a Republican Holy Moses Sonnyl does a fellow have ti bolt the ticket every four years to b a Republican I thought that was what it took to make a Mugwump And besides as the lawyers some times ask of the witness who strains a notch to testify for the other side arnt you relkted to one of the candl dates whom Mr Rogers defeated a the recent primary I seek no quarrel with this weak minded weak kneed professional bolter but rtter to these facts that the public may judge the motives that prompted him to rush into the camp of the Goebel conspirator against popular government The desperate efforts of the Hart ford managers of the Goebel ticket tt train their batteries upon Mr Rogers because he in the great battles of the people against the ballot thieves In the election olj899 and 1900 tbrougl the columns of TUB REPUBLICANI boldly and fearlessly exposed thei desperate end rascally schemes to de stroy popular government In Ken tucky has aroused the Republicans of this section of the county to hi support with such enthusiasm as y never witnessed before for a candidate CountudgeWe gage of battle laid dow by the Goebel managers and en ter the contest with a young mar whose ability has aroused the env Y and malice and fear oi his opponents and who is as loyal to his people and his party as the needle to the pole as against a political enigma whose po litlcal convictions have been debated by his leilowcitizens for an eighth of a century and are yet regarded by many of his supporters as an uncertain quantityIt my pleasure to be intimate y associated with Mr Rogers for twi years and er joyed completely his con fidence During this time he wa Superintendent of schools and like each of his predecessors in office wa frequently called upon to settle dls pntes over School matters lie con suited me in regard to these matters and being myself something of a pol itlclan in a small way I sometime cautioned him ol the possible conse quence on his political future oi cer tain actions but his invariable repl was that he must do his duty as Go gave him light to see It regardless c the const quetcta It Is this elemen in this young inanl character tha fits him for the office of County Judg or for any other position of trnst re quiring undoubted courage and hon esty and the people are not going ti be slow to rtcogniu this fact In No vember SHAMROCK HORSE BRANCH KY Farmers are needing rain In tbi put of the county Uq Awtry Is gladly welcomed o our streets again after two weeks confinement to his room Mrs W G Bond is some better a this writing She has to n confia ed to her bed for ten days Mrs Jeff Willonghby Is very lo with la grippe ferry son of S WHiughby is im proving hliwl There is much Mckeers nroun d brie hut all are improving with pity scians far away our nearest one I doctoer a good for one A sad accident occurred between White Run and Horse Branch on Sat utday night of the 4th Mr A V Day was run down by an I C train his body and limbs were cut in many abovSe two or three pieces one arm was cu Irom the body and his head waa crushed The pieces of the remain were scattered from one to 300 yards His remains were gathered up b section men on Sunday morning ani brought to depot at this place The- I Coroner was summoned where with 8 jury they viewed the remains and reo turned a verdict according He wa Interred Sunday night at the family burying ground C We have an Interesting letter from Mr L L Daniel that will appea next week On account of space i t was held over Prof O M Sbultz has moved Int0 the property recently vacated by Mr Dodson Row Are Tour Kldaer f Dr Hobbt gnaranl PllUenrc ill kldotr liL50q DlertM AddtourUngIUniedrCaCtiicwogrM1 Mothers of good judgment and ex perlence give their little ones Rock y Mountain Tea this monthkeeps then well 35C Made by Madison Medi cine Co Ask your druggist On account of Elks Street Pelt an Trades Carnival at Paducah May IJ to 18th The I C R R will sell round trip tickets at rate of onefar for round trip tickets on sale Ma y I3th to 18th good for return until May 19th S B VANMETBR Agt For a sUfi neck there is nothing better than a free application ofCham berlalns Pain Balm It quickly reo lieves the stillness and soreness ef btY Z Wayne Griffin Bro m S S In Constipation Herblne aflords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will usually be found to so regulute the ablerto operate without any aid whatever Price Soc ni COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE KY May 5lIeallh of this community- Is goodFarmers are nearly done plantln cornMr Richard Stevens and daughter Miss Tina visited relatives in this I vicinity last week Miss Clyde Taylor who is teaching the Prentis school spent Saturday hometMrs J B Rogers who has had severe attack of pneumonia is able te be out again Mr O P Coleman and wife open t last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Colemans sister Mrs Lloyd Hocker Mrs Mattle Wilson and sons let to day for her home in Black Rock Ark i Mr Rains and family who have been visiting relatives in Butler noun ty returned home today Mr Thad Barnard and family who were the guests of Messrs A C Stev ens and J B Rogers returned home WednesdayMr Chinn and wife were guests of Mr Jo B Rogers last week I Mr L T Barnard was at A C Stevens to see his little son Claudlu lastSunday Mr A C Stevens and wifethe funeral of Mrs Edgar Maddo last Friday at Smallhouse Mr Carl Taylor and wife were a Up Ion to day Miss Henry Trout spent Satntfa y night with Miss Lee Stevens Misses May Rogers Orpha Steven and Taul Rogers attended Union Sunday School Sunday afternoon Misses Mlrtie Taylor end Zelpal Smith Union attended Cooper Sun day School this morning Mrs Mattie Stevens ol Beda spenl several days in this neighborhood the guest of her cousin Mrs Annie Kog era Mr Cecil Hocker of Union visited I his sister Mrs C M Taylor Sunday Mr E W Jackton spent Saturday IIarlfordsMiss Mettle Coleman visited be r sister Mrs Henry Stevens last week Miss Sue Brown visited in Clifton last week- S Success to Supt Rogers and Tju REPUBLICAN S BF Ballard Snow Liniment cure a I Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headach Sore Throat CutI I Sprains Bruises Old Sores Cornsam t all pain and InfUmmatlon The most penetrating llmlraent in the world o Price 25cts and 50 etam Esq Taylor Withdraws- To the Republicans of Cromwel Magisterial DistllctI hereby with draw my name as candidate for tb nomination fr Magistrate of this DIt tract Since the District has bee a changed I am placed too far from th center and think that the candidat a should be chosen front nearer the cen ter I wish to extent my most sin cere thanks not only to the Republi t cans but to my Democratic friend who gave me their unqualified sup pott in my election three years ago w I have endeavored to discharge th r f CJ rt IEverybodys Store 4TheGreat Shopping Heapquarters for IEverything You Need 4 hista2tfW andC35 brings a lIay festival of values chardI j acter taking in every department j in this great shopping emporium S I j representing new and attractive A buying opportunities such as can only be found in wideawake hust ling institutions where quality and style predominates tShoe Department fThe latest ideas in shapes in leather are always represented In our immense line of Ladles Mill8e and Childrens Shoes Our Slippers are of the 12most tasteful designs Our Mens and Boys Shoes embrace everything New and Stylish Fine Clothing If you expect to buy a New Spring Suit now 46isthe time and here is the place The first to fwill get the choice I Mens Furnishings Everyday something new All the choicest Novelties ot the season now in stock and in such 12lfWool Wool This being the annual Wool season we wish to 12 lremind all that we are right in the market for your Wool Meat Lard in fact every kind of Produce and always pay highest possible prices iEPBARNESBRO I pt J i S DR R GOLDSTEIN RETURNSaDr R Goldstein of Louisville the well known optician will be I- nWHarlford on Monday May 20 and remain lor a few days Call and see him Special care should be taken in selecting the first pair of spectacles nor should it be attempted without the aid of a responsible Op tician It is most important that the lenses should be accurately centered and of the best quality and the frames so made that the wearer looks directly through the center Glasses nicely flitted to the face become an ornament as well as a necessity Fitting children with spectacles a specialty Parents do not neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited All questions cheerfully answered Office hours 8 a m to 4 p m HARTFORD HOUSE 42 4t duties of my office faithfully and fear Witheunfaltering allegiance to the greatest and grandest party America has ever produced I pledge my hearty support to any good man the party may select to fill this the most responsible post tlon in our county I urge all Repub licans to earnest and ceaseless effort thistfall for it is composed of the best tal ent in our county and should com mend the hearty support of every Re- publicen In the county Very respectfullyH r Youngtomen Th fairy Into womanhood Is a critical LfttU menstrual dbordcn star at that time soon grow Into fatal complications That female ttoublcs axe proves this Wine of Carded eatab a pa1nkss and natural menstrual fontorusually 1Jow Many women young and old owe their lives to Wl of I Careful There U nothing like it to give women freedom pain and to young women for every duty of life Ioo bottles at dtuUIsts Mbi Della M Strayer Tully Kan I have suffered untold pun at menstrual pt I rlodi for a long time was nervous had no appetite and lost Inttrtit In everything r In fut was miterable I have taken four bottlu of Wine of Cardul with Thcdfords BUckDrtusht when needed and today e I am entirely cured I cannot expras the thanks I feel for what you have done I for mc rora jTloa IneaM renoutof apeeWdlreoj Uoi Iddns givinga7mpmm AdTlaorr Tt u J oot UKl later Ooaftaf OhanoooogTomOF e IN THE WINTER Bensons Plaster It Pains Mailern For ooogtis and colds Bensons Peroo TluUiia an an InoompaiQfclr Utter rem sly than MJT othrexleraa or Internal Their medlolnal properties enter the akia and g itrofoht to unot efOn cUutuA They reline and cure a seated cold without disturbing the system or upsetting the stomach mixtures eAten nau seat Bensons Plaster are medicinal la the highest degree and quickest to act Placed on the chest or back or on both at onO In serious oases the effect U leUimmedUteljr Tboongesdonyleldsthsc- ough abates and the breathing improves Lung or bronchial affections or kidney disease are cured with the least pcesibl suffering sad lose of time Benaooe Plasters are immeasurably to parlor to Belladonna Strengthentngeip- drum or any other In pluUr form They are also preferable to oint menU liniments and selves Bensons Plasters have received fflyflet Mgtutt awards over all eompeUtcni sad more than 6000 phyilolans and druggists have declared them to be one of the few trustworthy household remedies For sale by all drnggfats or we will prepay postage on any number ordered the United State on receipt of 2So each Be sure you Ret the genuine Accept no Imitation or snbatltnte- Bcabury J Johnson Mfg ChemUU NY ATTENTION FARMERS I have just received a car load ot the best grade fertilizer and Its all for you Come and see JOIN G KEOWN Rough River Telephone Companj iscoaponiTCD Talk being cheap and necessar you should patronize home folkb where you dan buy own phones and buildyourown lines and in talking distance with the whole county and business points enerallUy only paying ougbRiverwillboatthewholeexpenseif Hartford Ky for particulars We toned with alllndeoendent Coxpuia CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty dear- sCASTORIA CITAU COY W n CITI Jfln7 Cents a Yeu Loss Than a Penny a Numbor THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY I Published ut Atlanta Ga I 111oeraqunrteroCllnniury It contains feriul Hit rlei from the lot known authors the world I over It Is devoted to Southern reader mud Southern w rllrrs and Is their own Mory paper Flimt itorlc skctebes liicMemi of v and of 11CtI1t flue lutes at home and ntleld xiiIM leads a ifIJon hints fur hot le kttti r everything of futvrcet to old 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Matter Free I Smilh Premier i esrrrifiw Co 412 Walnut Street Cincinnati Ohio d Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY lo GOVERNMENT CURIOS SOME INTERESTING DEPARTMENTS AT TH E PANAM ERICAN EXPOSITION Ilnre Collections From the Smith MonlnH Inatllllllon llvlntf Hllilblt of Indian an Aurlcnltural 3luae nut and 3lodela of AVnrahlpa As nu appropriation of half n million dollars wall uiailo by the Government for the buildings to contain tho Govern meut exhibits as well ns for the exhib its themselves the display at the Pan American Exposition will be of uo ordinary standard The collection tram the Smithsonian Institution will be very large and of Croat Interest as It will demonstrate the scientific progress of the country and the results of Its recent explora tions accompanied by portraits nod models of various kinds The groups under the Department of Anthropology In the Museum will bo of particular value broth front scientific and artistic standpoints Somo already completed are groups of the Patagonlans the Eskimos and the Sioux done by skilled artists and scientists The sculptor El llcott has had several of them In hand and they present the most Interesting and lifelike study of character manu ners customs and dress of the various peoples they portray The Natural Ills tory display also under the National Museum will IKS excellent while all ob jects Illustrative of the natural resources of tho country and their utiliza tlon not covered by other departments or exhibitors will bo exhibited The Living exhibit of the Six Nations now In preparation by the Hureati of Ethnology will be especially unique Representatives of all the tribes now In the country will be brought to the Exposition The historic old council house of the Iroquois wilt be reproduc ed In bark by the Indians who have gathered and prepared the material themselves At the Exposition they will follow the customs of their early ancestors In making weapons tools utensils dolls and knickknacks Corn will bo ground In stone mortars 300 years old and bread will be made In the crude way known to the Six Nations as they learned It In time immemorial For the time being the Indians will discard what civilization has brought them and live In the wigwams as their ancestors lived ready for the battle or the chase Interpreters will be provided so that the public may talk with the Indians who do not understand English Their various festivals will be celebrated with the customary dances and weird ceremonials Under the Department of Agriculture there will be n museum of cereals tobacco animal and vegetable fibers II lustrative of distribution the effect of transportation of changes of soil climate and altitude and showing depart mental methods of study and treatment All exhibits of Interest and concern to those engaged In agriculture horticulture and live stock Industries will be gathered and arranged by the following bureaus The Bureau of Ani mal Industry Weather Burefu Divi lion of Entomology Division of Orni thology and Mammalogy Botanical and Horticultural Divisions and Divi sions of Forestry Chemistry Statistics and Experimental Stations The State Department will Illustrate the workings of the Diplomatic Bureau Consular Bureau Bureau of States tics Bureau of Accounts and a number of other divisions of the department An exhibit of historical archives and letters of great men will also be made under the auspices of the State Depart meat Among the exhibits collected by the Treasury Is one of a lighthouse In full operation with models of lighthouses showing styles of construction a coin stamp In operation showing the coin Ing of money at the rate of 00000 coins per hour a complete collection of the coins of all nations and n set of medals struck by this mint In Phila delphia a model of a quarantine station Illustrating the care of the Government In preventing the Introduction and spread of contagious diseases models of Merino Hospital operating rooms with X ray apparatus and a model of a vessel especially constructed for deep sea sounding showing sounding lines and apparatus used In measuring the depth of the water The department will also construct n lifesaving station upon the shore of Lake Erie showing all modern devices In cluding a lifeboat and a surfboat with captain and crew of ten men who will give exhibitions dally Illustrating the actual operations of nil the devices for saving life along our coasts All of the portraits of the Attorney Generals from 1TU to the present time will be sent on by the Department of Justice together with photographs of other famous lawyers and Judges Documents showing Important periods In the history of the United States departmental publications and u number of old lawbooks will also be sent One special feature of Interest under this department will bo the photos and prisonersIlInller The 1ostolUcc Department will have a larger space at this Exposition than It has ever occupied at any previous exposition In this country 3000 square feet Models of all the various methods of mall transportation employed In this country and our newly acquired territories will be exhibited and these will take up the main part of the ex hibit They will Include models of domestic and International mall steam ships railway postal cars mall wag ons pneumatic mall carriers a model of the overland coach a figure of the Pony Express and largo models of rural collection and distributing wag oils In themselves postotnccs on wheels In addition there will bo an array of stamps envelopes and cards domestic and foreign with models of Cuban Porto Rican nail Filipino mall carriers as they were under Spanish rule paintings photographs and picture illustrative of wall trantqiorta tlon In all countries as well as a large and curious exhibit from the Dead Let Iter Olllco nail a Model Olllcc giving a complete view of the operation of n poxtotllcc where mall for visitors will be received Under the Department of the Interior will be exhibits from tho Geological Survey with particular reference to the mineral products of tho States and from the Bureau of Indian Affairs demonstrating the educational work of the Government among time Indians The special features of Interest under this department will be exhibits from I Alaska showing the wonderful devel opment of gold mining the fish fur oil and Ember Industries as well as- S wo y ry u- L minerals and curious sections offorma dons from our national parks The Navy Department will make ex hibits of models of ruenof war Includ ing battleships monitors protected and unprotected cruisers gunboats Includ tug the dynamite gunboat Vesuvius rams torpedo boats and torpedo bolt destroyers One of tho most Interest platedSThe victorious fleets at Santiago and Manila will be separately grouped The visitor will be able to examine close at band such Interesting objects as rapid fire guns of numerous designs Catling guns rifled cannon of various shotnder used In modern naval warfare nnft the thousand and one equipment aril des that make up the outfit of a mod ern manofwar The transportation and arrangement of all these exhibits are under the board of management of the commit tee also charged by net of Congress with their selection and purchase and which Is composed of the following members J II Drlgham Assistant Secretary of Agriculture chairman W IL Michael Department of State W II Hills Treasury Department Cap taln Peter C Harris War Department Frank Strong Department of Justice John B Brownlow Postofllco Department B F Peters Navy Department P W Clarke Department of the Interior F W True Smithsonian Institution and National Museum W deC Ravenel Commission of Fish nod Fisheries C II Vcrrlll Department of Labor W C Fox Bureau of Ameri can Republics W V Cox Secretary W M Geddes Disbursing Officer John M Blddle Assistant Secretary R U Stone Clerk A special committee was appointed by this board to arrange for exhibits from the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico Cuba Alaska the Isla toCGuam and our newest possessions Tu tulla nud Slanua This work Is well advanced and unique and Instructive exhibits of a most extensive variety will be displayed A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under The Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The power fnl acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same mem branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who hat tar many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment ol Catarrh has at last perfected a treat ment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent Iy cures Catarrh by removing the cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts This wonderful remedy Is known as Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure and Is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing iaternaland external medicine sufficient fora full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use Snuffles is the only perfect Cureever made and is now recognized as the only sate and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all irflamatlon quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head I Catarrhwhen neglected often lead to Consumption Snuffles will save you if you ate it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which Is postlvely guaran teed to cure Catarrh in any Into ot stage if need according to the directions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send lor it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snnfihs the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept i Edwin B Giles Company 2331 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia C ClaranteeG 900 YearlySlon Nome to trarel n liner ttfnnin other for local work looking utter our luUrentn ft WOO salary Kuarniitft jrorlj nun rumtnUMlon d adrnnrrmnt old mtiitllnh w1 Lourhand rbnone for tnriimt roan tir ptnltlooniiitrallnromendtutor Wrlle lit on aeti- ahFLrFIIU IIIES- salharshA II ps 11ntr1onn i Hughes ChiI Tonic I Pa1atab1eJ-i Better than Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic I TH GOLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC- A well u II arnrfor CIIIMJt nod FE VUIIM llulnrlnl Ftrrn Swamp Fern 8011111 loai Ftvtri It Never FailsJ- ust what you Recd at this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Jont old Ijj your PrnmdU lionS take nnjr ubntltote Try lt9OCandl10- 0PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet Co arts INCOItlOIUTKn Loulsvlllo Ky it J r I buckles famous I Roasted Coffa o 45t The low price t which Atbucklcs famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage is the producers of Arbucklcs Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package t1 definite part In sonic useful article Full information with etch package Save the signatures ARBUCKLE BROS- NotIoaDqtt New York Coq NY Chills FQe d THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS IGroves Tasteless Chill Tonic youLJ1ill MIUv jusi WIIUL you arc larwiiij YIIVII you iarv vjiuvw t iiiuiaiui I do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy A their medicine if you knew what it contained Grovcs contains Q Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless H form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the jlj malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that tf Groves is the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics are imitations An anao- flIsis or other chill tonics shows p that Groves is superior to all others in everyrespect You UJ arc not experimenting when you take Groves its superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay Price soc DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery fnv Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps THE BEST J Huy Bale Tics Coilwiro Grato Burs Pipo Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Callon McHenry Mf g Mach CO McHonry Ky Take The Hartford Republican fl rd fLtI I IIDIIh1Dcl T0 Oiilo County Clrcnll CoatlWT Own Jniln i 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Louisville 7 45 P m has through connections and aleep lug car service arriving at ville 1009 P m next IacklonISouthern Railway In with the Queen tt Cresent Rout Is the only line with 24Hour Schndulo Between Louiavillo and Jacksonville Superior connections at Jacksonville for all polnta in South Florida Winter tourists tickets now on salt to principal lesorta of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nu San and Porto Rico via Southern Rail wayInformation 230 Fourth Ave Louis lville A Whedon Passenger Agent W A TURK Gen Pus Agent Washington D C WM II TAYLOR A G P A Louisville Ky NEW THROUGH LINE trWlllf tYASSYlfr AND CHICAlCOA new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Kvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road t from Rvansvllle to Mattoon formerlJ s part of the P D B services is as follows NORTH BOUND SuijLvAr Chicago 7008 m 700 p m SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago 840 pm 830001 AiBvansvllle 8058 m 5sop m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair JIB on day trains tickets ol you local ticket agent 11 E5rofhtornob o ael od tIIOoeo tIIrtlmdlhnaTAkoltlla I 111 po aU Nrrlal en dlrentlbeaelatutdbeererwrnmd CVUII w- ranqmruwe DROPSY IMmWa may Ihnwnd e bop- tmsuJ11u11wot11MnfUmpwme ln IB tea nmer- 1aiunlatsadTIPDAYS trwtrowt tnoa P BenKtll sold Hoi KA luMUft csaacs rSOJA L are two of the mot profitible crept nAOther aeaaonahleeed may need SeenSorghumCorn Ouclnvbeat Rapt Etc We carry trio target rind hilt col lection ol Seed In the Centni West Including VerttabJe Field OraM and n OUR CATALOGUE full defer h1a11e4FREDScud in a lilt of Seeds you heed aodweltqutglowprlcuWood 9lDmneltsPflPr LouiaviuE KENTUCKY IIzlr sisr1 + f 1