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Fine Job Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE lAB IT IN TIE FOURTH COMESSIOm DISTRICT Subscription 1 a ViOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 17 1901 No 43 A society woman geneta1Tltedofor there will come social bank DaY1l1lntrIllness11Mi aad rich foods catenaon to sod etyT gatlierlir pen or late de nan the atom 5 the liver reitopa b comes the WIt flWters or =la no for th- ecof dbeaaea oCTthe atooach dl KMon mad nntri 4e which can iiVIk Ilerc- eO4sn Medical DiMOTerr It afomachJa rickW tie blood clMwja tlit dog Do- urlth J- a nerve Meea late sad foan the radiant beast ot health- uGadea Medical DlICOYtt contain nooteohol and II absolutely free fro- mocotne and other narcotics bjtueta thai sny Btdldim I haw btv riercti Fellcts cure constipation aamGlt4I OIY n M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Low HARTFORD KV Will U bla profruloa In all the roarteof Okta aid adjoimaeeoisti androsrtorAppeaJi Mpectal altmtloa irn to ns BBNEST WOODWARD ATTOftNEY AT LAW MellKMKT MY WIll praetlre sU prolwloa In all Ike eoarU c- iOhloeoIv d butt of Appel Itomnt and eanfil e n ldornUoa all betlnws rntrnitvd la him eladrpeadtntTelrpaniielaomc JNOt B WILSON l ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY tn roD rtlon m IDI fl5rtaSeuiKoU PeLUe fat Oblo cueD 17 OSes eorth aid public squst O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW t 1I KTroKD KT TnHpr lil uo la allttw rmrrlaol 0101001 edfolkIDgcuIItlveCfldO1tt0f Appeai- mpciI atUiUai plven to ln l to I cn Offl taCoAtir o c lnrourthoaM I F L FELIX IIATTORNEY AT LAW KY Will mwtfctla tk tvaIa ol Ohio Montj aid Court ot Atpmli Iroropt ntuntlon WIveD l all I beit atrek4 to hi cave Utcs la 11rald- beUdleg 4 ae E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HART OHD KY Will pr tlk ata nrofc lo la Ohio aDladoia lie tentEd 1Iptt1IUnttua rtiw to all ttul km tfaital to bU caff So P nOBY- I1TTORNEYI1 T LA W WtJflO WURUCVILLFprietic lon NMNrVCkT In nfl Ib wart ol Ma nod Mil CoaHolAppwu special atUatlon tvve to eollectlom JOHNP MORTON t ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTFOBD KT- Upsrlal attention irlrrata all bnilness entrust edtahMcara oar la eoarthDii O M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY wm rlltlrebla IOB la all Uw ooorU of- Obioacd molnlBK counties BprliU attrtUon will U aireD to nfl tntrnitfd to bit can Collection a pNlalt E P NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFOJRD KY Will pr4ctlee loll profMeln in 1111 ot- Xntockl al In In lf5i i- tUmet of Jill ptotprcttce Of1retaIUridtT iI II Js U WFRfTNG AHORNEY andXlJUMUm al UW yr n H tRTFORijj JlllVacttc bli prolMwloD la AUthcnortit I ohio aad adlolatiiR coontlM nnd tb Court ol Ap prompt attnllon rto all bnIn ntrtfitvd to bilL Offlc la 1teruLtcAblldln- KB R WEDDING Attorney at Li HARTFORII KY Wilt prattle his protMulon In thseonrtsot Ohio and adlolDlnC counUM Notnrj Inblle Southern RailWa1Y fKENTUOCAROLINA Nt tYIt pGINIA North a ROWAp9R- QIA and Vir o 4MUlies TkneDAlli Tralu Between Ixinli y id Lt1la rifev anil anrverouivflifromSiTvet- hHtrtr Union loot cunictluc uitli tzMns of tbt- IUIoICeDtrl Railroad iJ IUBt II It ft or ForlaromUoa add S A WMDOXT A Tt JUJUUh 4yilDlnllle Wu II TATtOK AsiUUnt f f Trallle dna r JiOw 11nlilIuIUitAt Iltun oI 1iI 1 r 1 THE HAMDBI REPUBLICAN yearI CoIIIDllwmhiIua CALL FOR MASSIE Friends Urging hUm to Announce for Justice of the Peace j HE WILL BE A WINNER j In as much as Ktq lid Music was elected Justice of the Peace in the Bu ford Maglnterlal District in 1897 and through a Demociatlc contest bed hit office taken from him and in view of biLl 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 Wns nero we therefore tbe undersigned Republicans ol 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 hlselecthn Aaron Jewell Kd Daniel Perry Vineyard Walter Samuels Weaver Daniel Loney Michel Temple Yates Edmund Everting John If Park T E Yates John II Midklff Samnel MidkiffI Amherst Music William Evening J W Bar Jno W SmileIRobert Hclkey II Shown- I II Dtvls Fiord DvhIJ T Weller lIen Hembem George Smith S G Rhoads Dan Michel Joel UlmanIJ S Yates T E Yates I N Raymon II II Chapman L R Bales D B Battlett J T Helm B II Bartlelt ItT Bartlett J A Hawkins S S Trogdon Philander Trogdon 14S Trogdon B C Rhoads John W Ashley J s Bartlett T A Bartlett L II Bartlett Homer Minim George Bales James Bales For Whooping Cough Asthmat Bronchitis or Consumption no mcdic cine equals Ballards Horehbund Syrup Price 25 ando cts m 1 dWeone regret of his youth It Is not that he was a bad young man nor that hehhooked wattermelons nor that he to get his skates on Nothing ot thehkind at all Indeed be was what you would call a wild youngb man anil he never sowed oats although he is full ol legret for I whbefIdrHvaywuboutsIttheh sightedness lie wishes he could tecall the lines he wrote in antogiaph albums Sothern Exchanger Cant Read Them All The man who takes too many pae pers now came in the other day lieesaid I like yonr paper firstrate buth I take so awful many papers that Ib tlbratedthe house for from long experience we knew what was coming lie conbtlnued Now I dont want you to think that I have got anything agin your paper fo I halnt Up to that we feared he was going to do some thing to us We do not like to have things done to us by people who think they have been bflended Our health is not anytoo robust this sum mer anyway Then the man who i thinks some day he will run for tbe legislature said I take nine papers But we couldnt see how thatB helped ua out any So he might take our paper again some day am we were restored Up to that time we had expected to suspend bus Inca It is always very considerate of wise and great people of that sort to tell you that are running such a good paper but they are taking so many papers that they cant aflord to take them all We have yet been unable to discover bow that buys pileit paper and ink and keeps clean office towels for us Now some day that mans homely daughter will get mar rled and this paper will not say that she was accomplished and handsome and well educated and klnd beatted but this paper will say that she is so ugly that she had to get up nights to rest her face And that she couldnt write her name without sticking out her tongue This paper will say tha she had a heart no bigger than chickens and that her feet are so big that she bas to get her shoes made to Order When his son gets through school this paper will say he la one cf tbe brightest boys that ever came down theplke He s so right that the cow bite him as he walks along the streets and when the old man inns for the legislature this vile beet will rake np thelncldent where he turned his cows into the cemetery and let them eat the grass on his mothers grave And when he dies this paper will discover what has been tbe matter with his neighbors chickens that so many have come up missing And the communitys loss will be tbe henhouses galnIh Into each life some ruins must fallIWise people dont sit down and Only fools suicide or take to flight Smart people take Rocky Mountain Tea at night Ask for druggist The Infants of a Year- It will probably startle a good many persons to find that could the Infants ol a year be ranged in a line In era dies the cradles woold extend around he globe Imagine the babies being past a given point in their mother4 arms one by one and the procession being kept up night and ay until the last hour in the twelve months had passed by Going past t the rate ol twenty a minute twelve an hour during the entireI ear the reviewer at his post wonld ave seen only one sixth part of the- nfantile host In other words the abe that had to be carried when tbeI tramp began wonld be able to walk CItJUuc owradell ad reached the reviewers post and when the years supply of babies wasI drawing to a close there would be a rear guard not of infants but of- omping slxyeatoldchildren- Nothtng v has ever been produced to- qnal or compare with Tablets Buck ye Pile Ointment as curative andI application for PllesFJssures lind and bleeding external or in- ernal and Itching and Bleeding of Rectum Tbe relic CIs immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cts in ottle tubes 75 cts m A man said tbe other day that un less you belong to some organlzition nowadays there wouldnt be enough people to come to your funeral to bury you decently That would be rathar togh to have to stand arpund waiting for some one to give you bur al long after you have passed in your checks Ex a CJ4BTOnX4ear theIts Kind You HinWwjrs BougldI Blputan lIdlof cPt AF I I Watch our next advertisement CLEVER COUNTERFEITERS Gang of Expert Artists Workfr in the City With a Dan gerous Sliver Coin A party of the smoothest counters fetters ever dealt with In this section of the country either by business men bankers or officers ot the law are just operating in Memphis terri tory and their silver coins are to cleverly molded and stamped that even experts can only detect the fraud by tbe regulation tests made at the banksTo what extent the counterfeiters have already circulated their dollars I throngha U apprised of what was going on and even they cant escape the fraud alti warning Nothing has been said In police or government circles on tb outside regarding this new gang be up to date it has been impossible locate the criminals Recently a prominent viaitiu railroad official was told by a Memphis merchant that he had ofler ed a counterfeit ddtlar in payment to cigars The coin bad DO more ring t- It j than a pewter horn but was so per fret to formation tbat it was decided I to go to a bank and ascertain it really It was no good The dollar stood ev ery test and the teller at tbe Memphis National flank and that it was i as good ail any coin ever issued froii a United States mint Then b showed the tlo present one of tbe new counterfeiters now being circulated It bas the ring perfect milling and to the eye thee is not tbe slightest difierence between it and the genuine dollar But when put on tbe ecaltli or subjected to tbe acid test case was diflerent The teller said that the bank had received several of them within the past two week and snblleI qucntly it was ascertained that other banks in the city bad also a few ol them in their vaults These are con sidered the cleverest counterfeits ever passed in this section and it is said I that they are being circulated throughout tbe deltaMemphls Commercial Appeal IBiliousnessterlzed by a disturbance the organs The stomach in debilitated the liver rphbowelcontedTiis a loathing of food pains In the bowels dUzlness coated tongue and vomiting first of the undigested or partly digested food and then of bile Chamberlains Stomach and Ltveit Tablets allay the disturbance of the stomach and create a healthy appe tlte They also tone up the liver to healthy action and regulate the bowels Try them and are certain to be much pleased with result Forlsale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m An editor over in Missouri printed- an item which stated that the man 1whobetter stop or his name would be pubTlIahedto In a few days about izens paid up their subscriptions and V told the editor to pay no attention to the foolish stories going around Educate Toir rumen with Caicarets foreverlOcacDemocratic Rottenness According to all reports charges counter charges a terrIble state ol affairs exists at the Hopkinsville Insane asylum A tew days ago Gov p LIONCOFFEEA LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALLwI- I A Tablespoonful to a CftprIS THE RULE FOR MAttlNG COrfEE nUT OF A TABLESPOONFUL OFst Lion Coffeewilt give you stronger coffee than a tablespoonfulc of any other kind Here is where you save money I USE LION COFFEEd Always insist upon getting it LION COFFEE- is absolutely pure and not a coffee which is glazcdCor coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in to hide Imperfectionsw In y rypageof LION COFFEE you will find A fully lIlustmted and descriptive list No housekeeper in fact no or girl will fall to find In the list some article which will contribute to their happinesspcomfort and convenience and which they o by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion r tho wrappers of our one pound scaled packageswhlch U the only form In which this excellent coffeo is soldIWOOLSON SPICB CO TOLEDO OHIO SBeclrbam removed from the sup tin tenejcy of the asylum Dr McCor 19mlck who was charged with having Intimate relations with one ot the female attendants The charges were made by Dr Lackey first as sistant physician and the Governors action was based upon the report of State Inspector D H Hines who claims to have made a thorough In vestlgatlon and thoroughly estab fished MtCormlcks guilt Dr McCormick the retiring Superintendent asyJumprotesting his innocence he prefers Some charges against some of the officers of the Institution He charges that acting Superintend tnt Walter Lackey after a dance on the night of December 31 1900 ens tend a i om in the institution with a therthere two hours whoIeact MlaaeaDwho byofge Attendant after her ostracism ando theIrfV McCormIck says be found a letter Inasslonatemonstrated with Lackey who prom to end his intimacy with the jed charges that State In certainerepeatedly gain bled bt the institution shooting craps thatQlck1 thedameiprr with plaster paris McCormick says some of these facts came to his attention weeks ago and he endeav ored to correct them without public scandal but was from his position before he could do so He reiterates that his dismissal was the result of a conspiracy Mountain Echo Hew An Tear Kidneys r I Dr ransPiIlsetireallkllaeylllsltai I all tree ddSIUUU Ueme ljCaClilc xoorWV Londons Population jingolitaa boroughs the whole forming what Is termed the Administrative Coonty pf London is now 4536034 rnrimtersiiyhel since Look A IUlteh In Time Rareanlne lIah Tonic taste pleasant ta bUIDeaCalomolllndQaIDIDogIola 6Qc and f100 bottles a S A folder just issued by a southern railway shows that at the end of 1900 there were 495 textile mills along the of its system being a gain oi 94 mills with 22 195 looms and 1137590 spindles during the year Of these mills 60 are in Georgia 33 In Alabama 59 in North Carolina and 102 in outh Carpllna the others being in ennessee Kentucky Missouri and irginiatzTHEAn Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured DailyvIn Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of ItiveCureforIt Is now generally understoodithat Drunkness is a weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by lrlodlcal pr constant use ot intox icating liquors requires an antidote IIingtbtscraving for intoxatants SuOerers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which bas oecn perfectede after many years of close treatment of inebriates The faith use according to directions of this M- onderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinateM cue no matter how hard Our records show the marvelOus transformation of thousands of Drunk uprIWives cure your husbands II Chit dren cure your fathers I This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but is a- sprcl6cor this disease only and is preparedhatpleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or cofice with of ut the knowledge of the person taksng it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this pricelessa and as many more ured and made temperate men by by10flngknowledge in coffee or tea andotoday that discontinued of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by apparent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and for time The heIIHome Gold ure is sold at tbe extremely low rice of One Dollar thus placinghithin reach el everybody ment more effectual than others cost ing 26 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special adfvice by skilled physicians when uested without extra charge Sent of repaid to any part of the world on l- eceipt ol one dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly conGds ential jFOR VICTORY Says L L Daniel andAppeals for Party Harmony EDITOR REPUBLICAN If it is not asking too much or tresspassing on your space I wish to say a few words through the columns of yonr paper I am very much interssted In our county campaign this fall believirg as I do with a united tflort that we can elect every man Now my ftl lowRepublicans we must stand fiim and ever be ready when called upon to do all we can for It is our duty as Republicans to fu this and because we did not get onr choice all the way through that is no excuse at all for there is not a cidgle nominee but what is wottby and with that and other reasons that t may assign wer must stickclose together and Ifwe should hold any litUe frivolous matter against a single candidate we should examine ourselves very closely and see if we ever did do a wrong anti af ter so doing I think we can certainly say yes fellowcandidate I can and will forgive you I tell you fellowRepublicans you must do this and will have to do if yon are Christians for the Scripture says you must love thy neighbor as thy selL I was a candidate for the nomination for the office of jailer and was dtfeated as you all knowbnt I did nqt go down in defeat a kicking but went down a thorougbred Repub llcan and have come out olnce hold ing up my hand for the whole ticket and dont know ol a thing that could cause me to change It seems from what I can gather that the fight is being made against our friend Mr Fon Rogers I with to say fellowRepublicans dont get discouraged for November is not JrlDemocratsfight Mr Ragland or Mr HeavrlnT or some other candidate and they had just as well give him a vest now for they are not going to beat him lIe is a man that will stand up for the right and I do know if there is an office in the county that needs a manc that will do that it is the County es office for he has proven it in words and actions and no man can dispute it Now a few words to my felloww candidates this year I am residing on I a farm near Olaton with my widowed mother and my time between now andathe November election if I can do any thing for you I will gladly do it and dont hesitate to call on me forymy aid I will respond at once So now fellow 0havepublican and if I have in these scatitering remarks said any thing ofaweight I will ask you to note it so be honest and loyal to both our party and onr partys candidatesTL L DANIUTe Olaton May 13 1901tTry the new remedy for costive TLiverbyZto Evangelist Jones Rev Sam P Jones the noted revi alist of Georgia is completely bro ken in health and has gone to his daughters home in Atlanta to reside t wilt be a long time before he wiltw e able to preach or lecture again if indeed he ever gains sufficient strength It is Too Tough For Us What relation is Mr Robert flowo ing to Mr Wm hogan is a question might well be asked And the answer would be none but that theym are as near it as people ever get in act I believe a little nearer than I no ver knew of It all comes by mar riage Mr Bowlings first wife was irs Ullen daughter of Joseph Boone hile Mr Hagajns first wife Miss argaret daughter of Harrison Hum phrey Mr Bowlings second wife I Miss Sue Humphrey a sister of Mr agans first while Mr lIagans see wife was Mias Amanda Boone a Ister of Mr Bowlings first wile Mr Bowlings third or present wife 1 a- Miss Mary Jane the daughter of Chailes Boone while her sitter MUs Elizabeth is the third or prevent wile Mr Hagan By this it will be een that they have been brothersin aw three times We doubt IIa par lle care to this can be found in the country New Haven Echo IoiTI Tobiff pllDd Sniukt Teen im Las7 To quit tobacco eutill nod forever lie mar ct10 lull ol life lIeuo ami Tlvor take NoTo Die the wfluJcrvrurkcr that inaliei wtak men strong All druggist Mo or II CUrt frutran Iced llooklet unit sample tree AiHrcii Sterling KoineOy Co Chicago or New York j Russell Sage on Saving- In a recent number of the Saturday vening Post Mr Russell Sage glvelI is views on saving Very few peo pie admire Mr Sage he la one of the en who is note worthy almost solely or the money be is worth But some the advice he gives is worth read Jg hiesyiCNo matter how last a man may nake money he owes It to society as well as himself to be economical Any young man who will live up I I THE ARCHITECT Of the Worlds Finest Library Building Recommends Peruna for Catarrh t ICOYGRESSIOYAL LIBRARY WAS INGTOY D C 11lIon I 8 Smtthmeyor architect of the newCongreislonal Library ofWash IngtonD C rank first In his profes lion in this country This library la considered the finest building In the United States Mr Bmlthmejer spent sixteen years traveling in Europe work Ing on the plans and Congress appropriated alz million dollars for this building In a letter written from Washington and dated July 4th 1899 to The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 Mr Smith meyersays the following In regard to Parana the worldrenowned catarrh cure I WASHINGTON D C July 4 1899 The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Oi GentlemenI endorse the good opin ion expressed by Senators and Itopre sentatlves In Congress regarding the curative qualities of yonr compound Those who have used it recommend it an excellent tonio which is particularly effective as a cure for catarrh- ltespectfubiy ISSmlthmeyer Inrto the following set of rules will get more genuine happiness out of life than his neighbor who violates them Out of every dollar earned save 25- ents Save 77 if you can but never lees than 25 Get up at a regular hour every morning and work until the things you are finished Dont drop hstyou have in hand because its 6oclock Be honest always have the cour ge to tell the truth Dont depend on others Even II ou have a rich father strike out for ourself Cultivate independence at the very Learn the value of money Real ze that it stands when honesty made s the monument toyour value as a citizen Be jealous of your civic rights ake a wholesome interest in public but do not let politics or any else Interfere with the rigid administration of your private duties he state is made up Of individuals Be clean and decent Dont ito anything that you would be ashamed discuss with your mother Dont gamble Be circumspect in your amuse mentsIn connection with amusementsI have never been able to hy theyonngmen of to nnderstandsI theater an absolute ing diversion An evening with a good book is or ought to be more satisfying to the young man of brains than an evening in a ball where a lot f makebelive characters are strut chll1drenan race reaches its highest mental development there will probably be theaters to Mother and Child Let the mother take Scotts Emul slon of codliver oil for the two it is I plruoamen and wOmen ofnational importance During the past two years a large number of people well known from ocean to ocean have in glowing words ot nn stinted praise made Pernna the moat famous and justly celebrated catarrh remedy in the world Men high in our national councils statesmen known the world over dis tinguished officers in the army and navy physicians lawyers preach ors and last but not least an Innumerable company of people in the common walks of life have all joined to place Peruna on the highest pedestal of honor that any remedy has ever reached in the history ot medicine There can be no further question that Peruna Is the catarrh remedyof- the age It has no rival There are no substitutes Peruna stands alone as a systemic catarrh cure which will cure catarrh lnaIphasczandzages Everybody should have a copy of Dr Hartmana latest book on catarrh Sent free by The Peruna Medicine Co Co lumbus Ohio jalmost fever superfluous One can eat for two but nourishing two is a different thing it implies a orsenfonndLuxuilous people are not very strong by habit and over worked people are weak from exhaustion in some of their functions Between the two is the happy mean but boy many women have plenty of life for two c rThe emulsion is almost never su perfluous A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured At one time I suffered from a saysGeoWashington Va After using sever al well recommended medicines with out success I tried Chamberlains saythatuse and a completely cure speedily followed This remedy has also been used in my family for frost bitten fret with the best results cheerfully recommended its use to all who may byZHughes Chill Tonic Pa1a1iab1eBetter than Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC- A well Oil nn inr for CHIbLS and FE VEilS Malarial Fever Hwamp Fen and III loam Fever It Never FailsJust what you need at this season MI LD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SED A T I V E SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed by your DrugRbts Dont take any substitute Try Ittoe and SlOO PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet Co WtM INCOlirOIUTEU Louisville Ky BLOOD POISONIf yos ever contracted any Blood Dlwua on safe poison has been eradicated from the system JLttlmeajoaaeeaUrmlaKiymptonii followingymptOeil C smartdyspeptic P trust Dont tutu yoar tyitem with the old fogy treatment mercury and M potaaUwblch only inppreaiea the for a tIme only to break out again wheD Hlo let quacks experiment on you Our NEW METHOD backedbyl have been already cured by our thtV ZbTUOD TREATMENT for oer20 patcllupbntspretUve t NERVOUS DEBILITY E OUR NEW METhOD TRnATMRNT wilt cure ODd make a man lor Under its InnaeDca the brain becomsi active tile blood pulSed so thatall pimples blotches and ulcers disappear the nerTee become strong as steel so brightthesystemThemarztage cannot be a failure We Invite all the amleted to conselt as confidentIally hazdearneddoibretie trvt and corn NIRVOUS 1UlL1TY SZXUALWEANESS 71515 and1iIAbDEltIftd contemplatinghimIWLLUJJIIi ness Our New Method Treatment will curyoe CoaseltaUe ChargeChargetareIlDtlCleelAIIolEverythlagccnIldntial DBS KENNEDY KERGAN 028 WALNUT 8T5CINCINNATI OHIO fiK f1K K K K iluiti W1J I flf Htfod nepubiloun I FRIDAY MAY 17 ION ILDL1EIIS Edaliir I = = 00crh n1 = = Cz1 44 asdhIdagsby UHartfordPub C c rporal Itiid atuartfordpostotfics as secoJ IasSm1iI REPUBLICAN TICKET For Hrprmrnlnilvr ALVIN H ncsMrrri- orConnly r JmlRr FOX lUICJtlt For Count Conn Ink MS KAOIAX- OIortonnljr Allornry i n I UKAVniN For Nltrrllt CAl P liEu WX fnrflchnol NitfirrlnlriiilrnJ- AMEN 1EW ELSE For Jnllrr TIKDIANllIllACK For Ataratnr fitAMI LOtV- iForHnrvryor JOHN II out- FoiVoroner tttlt L DAVIS l V i1 NEmEJ g FOIl JIIGIIiTRATEI sECOND I1hlTlIIlTI fire ontborlird to announce leo WMnriln- An ft candidate for llrallo tbe Cromwell lliullorlnl DistrictloobJe1 to the acihO i f tb ILrIublIcuU tart We are anlborifrd to nnnonwe C E IIA LEY Ai a candidate tor Magistrate ID the Cromvrll I11rtallJln l eubjcct to the action otthe Republican petty Tuft nisTnirr We are authorized to aaoonnr- eJOII tlttllAllAtt- Ae a candidate lor Marfitrat In the 9nl bgr spring Maalitrruil Illtrlct tilJiit to the ac lion ul llcpubllMin party FIFTH tlilSTlllCT We are nuthoriwd to announce Kl MASSII At a candidate for unrintrate In the Ilnfonl UBKlntrrbitolMitrtct objeet to the actloDuf thellrimblktin partySIXTH MSTIUCT We are antboriird to announce W I ItliMIMI Nil Ai a candidate for MapUtrftte IB the rOIlohMmrintfrtallilitrlftHilJftttoth action of the llcpnlillran tort HKVKNTH IIISTIIKT We err aglborlted to announce I IllJtltY lOMY Itotklrt1IalIttpnbllcnn wrtv THE YOUNG MANS DUTY I It is the duty of every young mar to lit himself for the civic responsibil ities which the near future will exact of him The business men and the statesmen of today live only for a time when the young man will be re quired to take up the work and wage the battle of life along new and more progressive lines for we are pissing E through an age of progress and ad vancement To us it would seem that there is a greater work for young men in Kentucky than elsewhere in our common country More than a century ago Kentucky was born into statehood with pros pects for a future of renown which she has in part only enj tyed The greatest obstacle to progress has been in not giving the proper encourage mont to the public tchoolg of ihe State Fur more than a hundred years half of the public tchouN or more of the State were given only a term of three months and the teacher was paid in pauper wage Now we have ad vanced in our history of over a cen tury front a three to a five month school term and the teacher is still be lug paid pauper wage There is something wrong which all admit Where is the wrung and how can it be rectified The wjprenie saurce of all our woes lies in the wef ficieut legislator The political tricks ter has held the Kentucky LMlatuiet by the throat since time immemorial BDl the question how to maintain political supremacy baa been the question concerning Kentucky law makers rnoet The time has come when this should cmland the young men should see to it that it does end anti let it be a speedy end The responsibility is upon the heads of the Democratic leaders for they have held balance of power from our admission to the Union to the pres ent They have promised us nothing educationland pUllcltual KenItuckyeducation but business at well The next legislative body will fix theI boundaries of our educational advancement for the next ten year The State is to be reapportioned Jerrymandered which will in all probability determine who stall control the State LigiaUturo fit the next deadeNo Democrat cm sty with any de gree of truth we will adopt a more liberal system uf schools if we are glen the power for they have had this power for more titan a century and W t4tIJi itO JeoM unibtug U l aptIult time that the teachers and school mOD generally should lay aside party and jtin for a common interest The country school boy deserves an eight months tchoolaml should have it fot it Is from the country that our busi nets men and statemen come The voters of thid county have before them presIcut 00 and 00 at Frankfort the other repudiates both one represents the character of legislators of the past the other favors abroadwise and con servative government by the grace of the people Choose ye this day which you will have- CIIINAe T financial condition is most wretched indeed and yet the powers insist on an immense reward of in demnity The celestial empires rev euues have been constantly diminish ing for years and the ability of the goverment to meet its obligations lm become more and more embarrassing anti in the present crisis it can onl promise 10000000 a year 90 the demandof the powers for 327000 000 At this rite it would be thirty years in meeting its present obliga tion to the powers accruing from the Boxers conduct The American government has insisted on leniency toward the Chinese but tht others are presistent and it is more than probable that 327000000 will be the amount exacted It the de mand on China had been a billion in stead of a few million dollars the lesson learned would have been cheaply contracted They have learned that their religion their customs and their ancient ideas will not suf ice for this period of progress and advancement The one thing China needs is the inculcation of Western deal and her people are beginning to realize the need of reform and the injection of modernism into its veins IT has long since been claimed by our friends the enemy that the only object in the Goebel prosecution was justice but from the conduct of those in charge of the courts contraries every possible phase of truth this claim may have possessed That strolling barber was hired to swear fdltely against the life and liberty of Caleb Powers and was proven a per juter of the most damnable characer He was even indicted by the Scott county grand jury for swearing falsely andwas given bail at 5200 when it should have been 2000 This man has escaped the country unpun ished for the most infamous crime that man can be guilty of this side ol murder and 200 paltry dollars pays the penalty Weaver is the same fellow that stood in Grayson Springs and saw a gun barrel in the window of the office of Secretary of State remarkable vision but was after wards proven a victim of that SIOO 000 bloodmoney Oun old friend O P Skillman Pleasant Kidge made THE KEPUBLI VAN a very pleasant call Wednesday In speaking of the political outlook in Daviess he seemed very hopeful of victory He said that the Repub 1 cina were going to put out a strong ticket anti with the proper organiza ti m victory was most certain We hope that our neighbors will perfect organization that will bring out every voter to the polls If this is done with the dissatisfaction in the Democratic ranks nothing can be more certain than Republican success in Daviees this fall We sincersly hope that the court bouse will be cleaned from cellar to garret and the man Hickman famous for his work in aiding the disfranchises conspirators and political blood suckers at Frank fort last year will be buried in oblivious defeat for the State Senate TIlE Republicans in McLean have flattering prospects fur success in November If they fail to win it will be directly due to bad party management McLean ounty Republicans have a strong ticket in the field these men are handicapped with nothing They arJ of the very best citizens of the country possessing the confidence- of the people The Demociatic tick et will have to carry the odium of Hickmaua conduct at Frankfurt anti by the way he ia a candidate fur State Senator from McLean and Daviess lOur Republican friends should or ganize thoroughly and elect the full county ticket antia member of the Legislature They can do this with the proper management THE Democratic wouldbe Sheril has recently made a visit to Rosine and is credited with having remarked that there is nothing but Republi XovemhelIIf he wants to know how Democratic success is gained we might iu a very civilmanner advise that it is via a Kentucky Legislature lir the way would it ofleml our Democratic brethren to ask them U they endorse the contest the dufran chiaing the voters of Louisville John son Martin and MagoiTiu counlie and the overthrow of civil govern ment in Kentucky Tbeoaro questions the people of Ohio county ar going to ask them It Wa ve lIlnld nmttlua alnot by o gentleman from the forum of a goods box that the brains and wealth of I the Ohio county citizens were in the t Democratic party Judging from events that recently transpired we are loth to believe that this speaker would be assigned to either claw Some Egotists may believe such ide iosyncracy revelry but thinking peo pIe won they will give it no consid eratlon nor its author MRS CARRIE NATIONS attorneys plead insanity for her saloon smashing crusadein court recently the most logicalsuggestion yet altered WE presume it would not be im pertinent to warn the public that a great portion of the brains of Ohio county will be in town next week IT appears that there1 has been n death in Hartford CIVIL DOCKET For May Term 1901 Ohio Cir cuit Court TTH piv HAYS 1M1- SVO Hank ot llarttord ye J W Morgan Ar K04 II Handqe Admr Tm JII II llolln Kit Ida J WIng ye Jan McDnnlrl sas M E Kern Admr cc P D Dean At BW PT leather TO W 8 lalnen 3412 II I Wall TI II A CHMbler 33111 W JOHN it has W Felix 3K C P Keown Admr T llarton Whlttcr 4c tSSl Same TI y M Mitchell Ac KM V X Martin A Son n It J Daniel SJV It 3 Daniel TI W N Martin A Son tool D J Duncan A Co ye W P Irorra A- csll F A Stnm Ac TI 1 A McDanlrl sen V A lloneto TI J W A Myern 3700 John Johnnon TI PordiTllle Illock foal Co row E II Allen TI M V Monarch Ac 3710 H E liaunhcrtT T K ForJ Atwtln 37M W l Irate TI 11 V Cawpntld 37VIE E A J II llumrn TI John tIulry 33U llelle Franklin TI F L Smith tost Sam M ETcrlr TI Pjron Tlchenor Ac SWff II W Hilton TI S C Walker Ac 3 94 Fred Welkle TI II J Doncua A Co- 3s3 Sara A Hordlo TI KlUha unit Ac 3988 llenrjr stun Ac TI I A McDanlrl 3b 0 C Robert re 1111 Thompeon Ar acT J S Itejnoldi TI John Thomson e4 n T Tinitey ye Jno I1 Fo ter 3111 Sidney School Co TiFordiTUIeUradeJ School 394 Jno J SchntlaBd A Co TI YII Thompson JW7 Uberman A Son TI A W Hajrnc 4r Sidney School Fur Co TI School 11 No IK IIIU W M Llkeei TI FordiTllle Graded School 4045 WII Chlnn TI Taylor Cost Co SOV N It Sledge A Co TI Ilrnrr Dnnkort A Co 4 OOI W Fred Long TI W M unit Ar 4f4 Ilrnrjr Hankort TI N R Slmlge A Co 4005 Ii S lattereon te K J Tar Ar 417 AM Hudson Admr TI Joiepb tojd Ar 4073 Sane TI J M Tucker Ar Mil Div mr = 11H1 4571 I IieWeese El TI It II Ihuhara 457 I1 oa School Fur Co TI School No M 40 W T HnMln TI Mack Worscr lH J W Cooper TI 11 II It Co- 10i A Steltler Ti I Aihler 471 Marti Hamilton TI Ed Hamilton Ae 1s4 E P Cooper TI U II UaMiila A Co 4 t Jno II otc T C E Bailey Ac N James Stratton TI I C It R Co 4V W f A 11 ly Tl J C WtnterMd 4WI leo A here A I Iliaear4 Ae tun Mr Addle Iltaaoa TI I C R II Co lou The Eaton A hater Co TI J W Irate 4W4 Stank ot Hartford ra J B ltoe Ae 4I W S llurj TI J H WnterMd 4409 J W Moore Tl M T SttOe S- eaeoJ W Keoirn Ac TI JI W ArnoM Ae 5551 O R McElvaln TI ETaMTlD A ItonMea- Urven 1acket Co eSe Same TI Sante- MM Ja A HIM TI McIIenrr Coal Co 3W Sidney School Fur Co TI School No M SW4 Sam L Miuldos TI SaHW Maddoi Ae 3U4 W Aliano TI Hartford tboollrd- aw leo M Maddoz TI W II Folkenoo Ae 4541 Shelby Taylor TI Harry Tkbeeor Ai toil DV Mar N 1M M19 A C Ilwkbam TI J W lisle t1i J I Taylor ts llonh litter Tftnbww lo- Mi III Ttcbreor TI II f Anitta- Ml Ja A Iirake TI A A Inlehar- tMl fS School Fur COTI FordnvIHe llraile1 School SIIIIY TI Sum John Soivr TI II F Wallace Ac 01 Wm c smith TI Ie R II Co- iuti Francis i Smith TI Same 3 t FurdTllU RankltR Co TI Pat Ilnrki Ac 5031 Wm H Felix TI C X uclunld- MX U E Taylor TI II R II Co McI It I Cannon TI Catherine Ilroik Ac MxI5WJ W C Leach TI II R R Co A copy Attent S A AMDEEIOX Clerk A Very Remarkable Remedy lilt is with a good deal ot pleasutc recommendIA W Siwtelle of Conn A lady customer seeing the remedy exposed for sale on my show case said to me I really believe that medicine saved my life the past sum nier while at the shore and she be came so enthusiastic over its merits reoIovercome 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 fif teen minutes he left my store smiling by informing me that he felt as well as ever Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Co- IlxcnUlUIIT1II1 Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mlsifslpil and connected by its Long Distance line five1Statesj an exchange in Hartford QeaverDaui Render McIIenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuabe as possi ble and make a specialty ol furnishing service to parties living in the coun try within a reasonable distanceof the exchangeR other information may be r obtainedat the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky PRANK PIERCE Manager I Nnrmi Worth linnwlnff lrolIolIbTloI Fevrr Better than C iloinel and Quinine COD Druglate A NEW ORbI Narrows is Seat of the National Association of Village Loafers The parent lodge of what will doubt less be in a few years the most extensive secret order in the world was organized here last Saturday afternoon and is known as the N A ol V L National Association of Village Loafer Tht recent tending of wealth to trust and combine to crush the defenseless poor set our goods box philosophers to planning to effect de stroy or check this dangerous Inva slon and the organization oi the N A of V L was the result The chatter members are Eugene Kirby J H Thomas John Renfrow Adolpbus Johnson Sam Bennett Jim Whitescaver Willie Cole Reuben Wright anil Henry Alex Henry Car ter and Nattle Boswell were initiated lter the organization was effected The contest for i fficcs was spicy and spirited considering that the office would bi national ones For Gland V L only two names were presented Kirby and Thomas The ballot which was a secret one resulted IP the election of Thomas by one vote Kirby at once moved that the ballot actIto the house but Thomas refused to put the appeal Kirby mounted a tie pile and with impassioned eloquence barranged the newly founded brother hcod He said that Thomas had via lated all rules of coitesy and ludg decorum by voting for himself and demanded the ballot to be retaken that he might do likewise in selfde fense Thomas rejoined with Inland vigor that in the great battle with the pillaging plutocrats that V L must be loyal and true to the order and ifhe had voted for himself for Grand Village Loafer it was not for personal aggrandizement but because he regarded himself as the best man for the office and coscquently best for the order However with Kirby vot- Ing with his tide the appeal carried and Kirby was elected Grand V L Thus ended the first great battle of the N A of V L Kirby arose and with that magnanimous generosty that victorious leader can so well lavish upon a varquisbed toe ordered that out of consideration for Thomas won drous ability and illustrious greatness the usual order of election of officers be dispensed with and that he be made by acclamation Corresponding Secretary National Organization and editor ot the Death to Plutocrats when that great paper should be launched Thomas overwhelmed bj the generosity of his victor arose ex nltant from his sulking corner anri moved that a vote of thanks be tendered the Grand V L for his iiir and Impartial rulings The motion went through with a whoop but it did not occur to the motioner the fact that the Grand V L bad not ruled upon any point yet was the occasion of the illconcealed amusement of his breth renThe election ot a Vice Grand V L was so exciting that finally Henry Alex who developed suddenly into an orator of rare grace and eloquence moved in the interest of harmony that each member be made Vice Grand iv L and take precedence according to age Henrys motion carried and the storm was temporally allayed John Renfrow being the only on that could read and write the election of a secretary was necessarily restrict ed and John won in a walk At this point Willie Cole asked leave to say a few words lor the good ol the order The timewas began this young king of the platform when village boater was a term of derision Today it Is a distinction ot which kings might be proutap plause The plutocrats are grinding the totting millions to dust The knights of the factory forge and field leek the leisure to ttudy and master the great economic questions ol the day but if they will just furnish us the dough we the gleat reading thinking middle class will wrest from the plundering plutocrats their vaulted hoarded gold and hold it in trust for the use and benefit of the toiling masses Ior thirteen minutes the hills and brett echoed back the vociferous ap plause that followed this timely and patriotic speech Thee were calls for Reuden Wright but the Grand V L ordered that the organization pro ceed Nominations for treasurer were next called for acd each member responded by nominating himstlf and proceeded to vote accordingly After 139 ballots had been taken with simi lar mulls it was decided to send out lor additional members to break the deadlock After nuch discussion as to the eligibility of various names suggested John Will Hurt Tom Bar rett and Prank Allen were declared eligible and they were sent for They were found last asleep on the live bank near wheie they had some trot lines out and brought in Whites carer Tcho had already mad two speeches in the interest of his own candidacy moved that the candidate receiving the highest number of votes should be declared elected The mo tion carried After the new members were initiated Hurt and Barrett each nominated himself for treasurer but Allen declined to do so Thore who did riot expect Allens vote urged him to nominate himself but he was ob durate Alter the excitement Incident to the I4oth ballot cleared away J oS It vis found that tJIhitlgarver l sJ received two vntes and was declared elected Sam Bennatt who was cope cially anxious for the plAce Immedi ately prepared charges against Whltcscarver and introduced Vlllle Cole and Henry Alex to prove that Whitescarver had a private COllier ence with Allen just before the vote was taken and Allen was seen slyly eating I einuts while the vote was be ing taken A committee to investigate the care was appointed A com mittee was appointed to wult upon the toiling masses and receive contributions with which to fight the pluto crats but little will be dune along this line until the question ol a treas urer Is settled Adolphus Johnson WAS granted a demit and authorized to organize Lo gan county and Henry Alex and Reuben Wright were appointed local organizers Laboring people who want to help down the plutocrats will forward their cash to SHAMROCK Narrows Ky May 14 a STherein toots Catarrh In this lertton of the country then all other dlieaw pot tonether nd until the last few years wai inppoied to be In curable For A great many yenri doctor tn nounce4it a local dlMtiie sad Iirv crltied loci remedies and by constantly falllmc to core with local treatment pronounced II Incurable Science has pren mtarrh In to a constitutional dl eaie and therefore reintrm constitutional treat meat llalli Catarrh Cnre manufactured by F J Cheaey A Co Toledo o Ia the only cnnitltn al cart on the market ftlIInternally In doim from 10 drops to It acts directly on the Mood and mum o lurfacru of the Titem They oiler one hundred dollars rrrae It falls to eore Send for circular and monlali Addmu F J Ill ENEV ft CO Trlnlo SnMby llnirirMiTa- llalli Family fllli are the licit Announcement- To accommodate those who are par list to the use oi atomizers in apply ing liquids into the nasal passages for catarrhal troubles the proprietors prepare Cream Balm in liquid form which will be known as Klys Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tube is 75 cts Drnggists or by mail The liquid form embed its the medicinal properties of the sol id preparation Cream Balm is quick ly absorbed by the membrane and does not dry up the secretions but changes them to a natural and heal thy character Ely Brothers 56 Warren St N Y CENTERTOWN KY Mr G T Tinsley who baa been confined to his room for two weeks wih typhoid lever Is slowly improv ingMrs L H Reneer is recovering from n light attack of malarial troub le Master Willie Reneer is thought t be Improving in health be has been troubled with catarrhal fever Infant of Mr Tom Goodall after a severe illness of several diys is re potted as convalesced Mrs Carter is visiting her daughter Mrs Hiram Brown of Providence neighborhood Miss Erma Tichenor has recovered from her recent illness ol measles and is ont again Mr Johnson He fun and family have moved to their farm on Rough river Mr Sam M James went to Point Pleasant on business this week Mr H Boskett of MeRcury is visiting his brother O B Boskett of this place Mr James Benton ol Louisville at ter spending two weeks with his lam fly here returned to his work last WednesdayA hydrophobia or fits ala peculiar nature was killed by some of citizens here last week Let a get rid of our dogs or make the tax so high on them that we will have but few to contend with and there will be less danger ot hydrophobia I MAyo For a still neck there is nothing better than a free application of Cham berlalns Pain Balm II quickly re lieves the stiffness and soreness tf fecting a complete cure For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bo m Hello Here We Are H O Shiccteis Floating Studio will be at Rock pott March 2oth and remain until April und and will go to Ceralvo April 22nd and remain un til May rat and from there to South Carrollton May 2nd and remain until May 13th then be goes to Smallhouse May I3lh and remains until May i6th next to Curtley or Humphreys land- Ing May i6tb and remains until May 1 8th then to Point Pleasant May the iSth and remain until May 22nd In Constipation Herbioe affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few email doses will usually be found to so regulute the excretory functions that they are able to perate without any aid whatever Price soC m Beware of a Cough A cough is not a disease bnt a symptom Consumption anti bron chitis which are the most dangerous and fttal diseases have for their first indication a persistent cough and II properly treated as soon as this cough appears ora easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven wondetlul successful and gained its wide reputation and extensive sale by its success in curing the diseases which cause coughing II itis not beneficial it will not cost you a cent For sole by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Itallards Snow Liniment cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headach Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Cot nsand all pain and lifl iinmation The most penetrating limlment in the world I Price 25cts and 50 cts n- iWrIT4warN r T==r L ScrolulaTHE OFFSPRING OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINT Scrofula Is hilt n modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption The parent who Is tainted tlY will see iu the child the same- nianilcating ilicac itself In the form of swollen 1Ihroatanti abscesses and of tentitnti white swell N ingaure signs of maybe1 along Unle fortlie disease develops slowly in satire cue lint the cotton is in the blood and wilt break out atthe first favor able opportunity S S S cures this wast bug disease first purifying and building up the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system J U Seals tiS Public Bquire NtihTllleTcnfu oay I Ten rein ago ray dinghur felt and rut her for he d Prom ttboglands on Ihe tide of her ticc became Some of the best doctor hue tail eliewher attended btr without any hearSt We decided to try t H a and a few bottles cured her to ssspurebloodstrengthen the body and Is a positive and sale cure or It overcomes all terms ol mood poison whether inherited or acquired no remedy to thoroughly andeffectively cleanses the blond If you have any blood trouble or your child has inherited some blood taInt take S S S and get ItennttheSend for our free book and write our about our case We make no charge whatever for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA OA n Census Report The tallowing Is n list ol the white schools ol the ciuniy by numbers with the number of pnpi s in esch district for the matting ichool yeai No Total I I 41 3 75 4 74- S 9 6 rjS 7 52- S 9t 9 52 10 57 It 66 U Sr- r3 74- l4 Sj 15 89 r6 58 17 l23 18 56 196r20 32 II 53 22 52 23 III 24 33 25 53 26 6a 27 8 28 45 298a3o 132 31 6o 32 62 33 72 34 90 35 55 35 40 37 loo 38 55 39 44 40 131 41 200 42 Sr 43 6p 44 So 45 71 46 55 47 102 48 59 t9 78 S 55 You know all L about It The rush the worry the exhaustionr You itO about Y with a great unonItSleep1 on the verge of nervous J exhaustion I doneTake 51 A frsSa- r38parillaFor fifty years It has been lifting up the dis couraged giving rest to the overworked and bringing refreshing sleep to depressedNo approaches it In age and in cures Ayers is the leader of them all It was old before otherI I bornIi Ayers Pills aid the ac tion of Ayers Sarsapa rilla They cure bilious ness Udiil I rtrrz2an I hare vied Ajreramedlelnea foe lir when I flnt took It 40 years ago I am now 70 nJ am DeTer without your medicines FlIAMK TllOMAS PMran 21 1m Enon Kanaa- aWrlto thu Doctor If Ton liftvo 1117 complaint wbstetef and ueilro the l t medlcil id e n poiilblr reeelre write the Cottar will re lr a crouyl re plr wllhattOl AdJr UK J C XYEB Lowill XII t NfI7JIII JE1 IPPPPPIePPPPPPPPe T- t NeifleetatCollins I 1 i This ia the general expression olthwo who are out on Iathojiplng tour for COLLINS is a favorite trading 9 place So they meet at Collins comparo note examine goods anti make their purchases They seldom find i Goodsaprices which competitors cannot beat for economy I t And Right Here Let us Add That our purchases this year have been more complete 4 extensive and satisfactory than at any time In the hiitc of our buainest Wo went Into the market IIthll kind of stock and we were not disappointed in whatI I found And we have been adding to this I lines day by day for it is our constant aim to let no at want go uniuplied If Its any thing in our line We Have so Much in Dry Goods So many things that are new valuable and cheap that it would be an impossible talk to enumerate them All our goods are strictly reliable We have cheap goods I but no shoddy goods Every article every yard u =guaranteed to contain Ut full value We have found 3 that it pays to establish a reputation for strict honesty and reliability J Spring is Here in Full Force Now In fact it feels almost like summer and we want to impress upon our customers and the public in general that I we always carry the goods to suit the time of year If its a new dress you want weve got the goods to make I make it in great variety and trimming to match every piece If its a new Suit of clothe Shirts Underwear I ataHat or a Tie you certainly will find wbat you want In our electIOnt2 For the Our Millinery creation are not surpassed by anything from tbe cities Our Drets Goods and Ladies Fur atnihlngt in every line are of rxquiiite design and al most infinite variety And you will be surprised bow cheaply even tbe but of these things can be bought imake it a point that no lady shall have any reason 3iable excuse for not buying what the needs from us i ft And Our Hobby Well if Its anything It Show We love to tell Shoes at because we hive given such excellent satisfaction iotbll line Wo handle lbs Brown Company JtOOlIathe best- itt the world Fur ladies or men boys or girl wflal at ways have the StIfle you wantthe Shoo tbat looks nice and wean 11411 Dont take our word for It Ask our customer In ihe meantime for any thiug in Dry tC 3Good from a paper of pins to a wedding outfit for lady or gent call on E R I Collins Hartford 1- t44aIaI4444444444 C 51 43 52 38 53 67 54 71 55 6j 56 79 57 43 58 1 59 70 6o 98 6r 67 6a 63 29 64 51 65 54 66 6z- 6y 94 68 24 69 71 70 43 71 72 73 82 74 93 75 39 76 75 77 SI 78 61 79 104 80 SB- Br 69 82 177 83 ioit 84 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Elkhart IM jo 0w oart iASUMO 1bUiadYosHiafJsaissjt To CUrt OonMlmllon rorerrr crSrIS sa 1 DONTBE FOOLEDTake the f nnla orlfloal ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEAM aolYII Madison MeM Otins It packaprkI keeps well our OtiS O55ssSisss lute Ask yaor drufflat PIMPLES55si7wtreladvImpissoinhrieabus L ai key sIt dltappoand I lad been troubled ukInltgkly I b7thi OermantovB Are PWladelphla Pa QTCAFlfutat Palatable rouat TutMerer Kt8o CURE CONSTIPATION o llootJot Iasd cp71cssl asIAA I Tot 114 ITDe =Wl1alo 4 a II te c afurwrdirYFT +J YSMwiwi44nr7FdII T f ritJ1GrkCk it s i 5 Squads t10 t meim lh Se te They Come They Buy The Wonder How it is That 4iSoil goods lower than any house in j iOhio county Our selections are ithe best because we have had long iexperience in buying Our prices are the lowest because we buy for wonZdel then that you find us busy 4 when others complain dull times 4 i WE QUOTE YOU tadfes Tape peck Vest 5C Jt Lidies Black lIole r 5c ii Mens goods Cotton Socks SC Mens heavy work Shlitt 25c lChUden Gauze Vest 5cbcloth Belts 250- v Ladles Tics e 250 Good Umbrella 500 slValenciennes Lace i s + 2C 3 4C and 5c cz Pretty Dimities loc quality 8c ci White Marseilles 2oc Gld Gloves all shades and best quality 100 Big Line Embroideries 5c to 500 Nice Pair Towels 150 Cottonade rant all sizes joe t Mens good Plow Shoes t 00 pood Fine Shoes =late style ft 25 I 750F00 5o atMens Low Cut Shoes 4 ft oo to f2 00 Childrens All wool Suits 1 fol 50 toJ 50 Men Linen Suits 2 oo to 300 May it the month for bUlinesYiit us and we will show you exactly what buiineia It Remember our entire stock is 1iLullof BIO VALUES Visit us and they are yours Bring us your lIam Eggs Wool Feather Ginseng EtcjHighest market price guaranteed ttfirlleniemW the place = =r DR R GOLDSTEX1T r RETURNSDr 11 Goldstein ol Louisville the well known optician will be in Jaltford on Monday May 20 and remain tor R few days t 1 r Call and see him Special care should be taken in selecting the first pair r of spectacles nor should it be attempted without the aid of a responsible Op titian It Is most Important that the lenses should be accurately centered directlhas well as a necessity Pitting children with spectacles a specialty Parents do not neglect your childten eyes Dt limit uses solicited All questions cheerfully answered 424ttoHartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 17 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Taboo M 1 New time lard Ukli rfrct Radar pee i 1 1ooataood North Round Nonih hound No 111 hihrrmNltlduullo6amN- o lot dut MOD n No 10due26opm No 18 ilat Urf rym No171du616pm- Letel PIeIRhta mvv F iO tUrtE FORMh r n nsfin rTiTi III Jr p TutM Oood CM erantMlai9For nice fresh Candles call at Sing Office Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake at Singer Office i er rheaP Underwear come to Crtof Cof L HriCbMH Sturgeon is Visiting ItrBkcramento 0 j U NfcefJCheese and Crackers In tan atSlngtr Office t Dii V S faught Centro n call to see us yesterday Remembct tomorrow Is the day tor u L t P yternns f 1rFerdeltctous Crean pndSherbet oJ C4JI at the SlngltrOffice w Co lJI wenjths AUbrDey J fi r R6wepwen8boro is in town r IfondMra Daniel lucks county niIt tl6 nlessattrcnll Ncilnesday Smlllt hoseior swell Oxfords i 1 1 C SON Co rieg as yuutvrooltggs chickens a1 leittherrs a p CnsOH Co- urhtitltneatthe eJonjiest and cost ti east CARSON Co p h h gt ods ttieright prices therigSfplSce CARSON Co t as fTryCbeiryiOianKeand Blackberry f P osphsU lce wldiat Stager Office e lOur aping neckwear is stylish dainty and effective CARSON ft Co Mrs Lodford Truman and little boy of Owensboro are the gnest of friends hereII you want a refreshing drink ol Soda Water Lemonade or Phosphates call tt the Sing r Office IYou can save from socta to too by buying your spring hilt here- CARSON I Co IIfwe cant please you In a Fancy Shirt give it upyoticant be suited CARSON Co Mrs U B Fulkerson Ceralvo and Mrs Alice Loney Faught McHenry visited Mrs Jas Iclntires family yesterdaySCOTTS EMULSIONOF HYPOPHOSPHITES should always be kept In the house for the fol lowing reasons V FIRST Becauso If any member of the family has a hard cold It I will cure It SECOND Because If the chil dren are delicate and sickly It will make them strong and well THIRDBecause If the father or mother Is losing flesh and becom ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTH Because It Is the standard remedy In all throat and lung affections No household should be without It If can be taken In summer as well as In winter toodldrugbtr York =urr t 7tr o POWDER KIN6I SOWIUY REIMakes the food more delicious and wholesomei now wino KWMII co mw roar I Wo would appreciate tb favor if our subscribers would call during court and settle arrears Quito a number have responded to a former request and we hope to have others call and ties us Messrs C W Stewart Rosine and Newton Pleanrr Banock were J ant callers WednesdayIMr Chas ed the position of mate with the Cres ent City running from Evansville toj Bowling Green Mr J II Brown the popular clerk for the Central Coal Iron Company at Render made us a very pleasant call yesterday j We will deliver Cream and Sherbet t to any pat of the city Rongh River phone No 32 Cumberland phone No 463 rings SINGRR OFFICE j Dr A R Dyers Olaton Is in town Dr liyers is in his seventyninth year but is quite active and prowls es to be with us lor a long while yet lie has practiced medicine forty sigh years Deputy Sheriu George Rowe arrest ed young Robert Porter coLa Rockpott Monday lor house breaking lie was arraigned before W A Rone waived examining trial and in default of bond was lodged in jail The workmen of the Central Coal Iron Company at Render are rest Ing for the present whllethe company is building an air shaft and providing the bank with This is a much needed couvenlenceI Dr Golstein will be House next Monday and will remain I only a few days He is prepared to I make you a set of new eyes These I you need and should have and the proper thing to do is to visit Dr Goldstein and get them Rockport bad quite a sensationalI experience last Friday themselves with a lot revollverswere fired mostly at random Gibbs I Bros dry goods store and post office I were fired into and the boys made a r- lNodeal ol excitement prevailed but ev cry tiling is as peaceful and quite now as the PotomacIAlter being earnestly solicited to make the rice for Maglsterate in the Buford Magisterial DlstrictSquire Massie has consented to accept the nomination and promises to make a vigorous campaign in the Interest 01I the county ticket as well as for Mag istrate Squire Massie is capable o doing a great work fur the party in his district and will be only too glad to do It lie will not only help the party by giving the ticket a large vote but by winning the Magistrates chair which was jerrymandered to be Democratic The accomplishment of these things would greatly endear Squire Massie to the Republicans throughout the county Mr H P Taylor returned Sunday I Irons his visit to the West and Mexi co He reports a very pleasant time haying highly enjoyed the outing It is quite amusing to hear him JIf cite his lesson in tree silver which be learned while in the land of the an dent Monte Zumas Inpurchasing some presents for his family he gav the clerk a bill and received in change the same number ol dollars that he gave and the article of goods in addition These were Iree silver Mexican dollars however and it takes two of them to make one ol ours II we re member correctly we have heard something of free silver heretofore Elsewhere will be found a very in teresting Interview with Mr Taylor Evidently from his interview he it well satisfied with our present move tary system- Mrs J No matter what cau sell facial eruptions absolute cleanliness inside and out is the only way to cure them Rocky Mountain Ten taken this month will drre them away 35C Ask your druggist Alassies Announcement Westerfield Ky May x19A To the Republicans of the Burord Magisterial District GentlemenI must acknowledge the fact that I feel very much at a loss to find words sufficient to fully express my high op predation of the cordial call I many true honest and patriotic Re1 publicans ol this Magisterial District asking me to become a candidate for mY1pastI each ot you indeed Therefore the interest I have in our tickets success and the pleasure it affords me to obeyI the alll of my many friends I will gladly accept and make the race ear neatly assuteing you il nominated far that cffice I will dflligeritly use every I honorable effort to carry the banner j safely to victory Heartily thanking each of you for all favors tendered tome in the past I beg to remain your most obedient servant ED MASSIB fAN INTERVIEW WestIour Fel i lowTownsman j Interesting Story of the files parfait Landl reporter called on Mr H P IOur who has just returned from a the far West and solicited the following Interview Mr Taylor what did you see in the far West iThe tights there were so numerous and unusual to one of our vicinity that I fear to attempt to describe them lest I would require too much ol your space and possibly tire your readersAWould you mind giving us an idea ol what you saw the diflerence in that country and this I am willing to attempt an idea Land will say in the first place that I spanned the distance between here and Deming New Mexico abont 2500I miles in sixty hours which is about half way across the Continent Upon reaching the place I found an unusual sort ol country to one in this vicinity about 5000 leet above the sea levelI with only about three inches of rain j fall during the year as compared to our twelve or fifteen Inches here andI therefore not an agricultural country but one rich in minerals Dewing is on a high plateau sur rounded by great barren mountains rich with gold silver copper lead zinc and platinum ores Notwith standing the lack of rain fall they find water at forty to 50 feet below the surface which is as clear as crystal f They have a rarefied air there that makes the place a maca for consumptives which was pathetic to me in this that I found several Kentuckians there full of proverbial hospitality which belongs to our State and suf feting with that ghastly disease At El Paso on the Rio Grande I visited Jaurcz on the other side of the river and necessarily in old Mexico to see the adobe houses the curious people and there quaint manners and customs saw them make their sun dried brick and vend their wares from their curious little shops with dirt floors I was not impressed that the men of Mexico excelled in any thing but the wonien weave and do a sort ofdravn work and fancy home stitch ing that is much sought after and highly prized by the ladles at least I findafter bringing a few specimens home withme The Mexican Government has a system by which they issue free and unlimited silver at the ratio of J6 to i quarterfmoney for change the shopkeeperb gave me two Mexican parently ot the same weight and fineness for one ol ours two of their dimes apparently of the same weight and fineness for one of ours gave me two ot their silver five cent pieces for my nickel and two ol their pennies for my copper It occurred to me that this exchange ol coins was a fine sermon on the Iree silver issue that has disturbed us Democrats for some dime but when I gathered together my little curios that I had bought to bring home to my friends I was stop ped at the custom house on the Amer- Ican side to declare my purchases lor 80gmyeMexican bargains in order to escape confiscation and possibly a fine this was another sermon for the Demo cratlc side and brought to mind the necessity rf the old expression ol Frank Hurd Down with the walls and out to the sea The biggest thing I sate on my trip and one I can scarcely realize the magnitude of even after a few days rest was the Beaumont Oil Field where I stopped for a day The town has a normal population of about 10 000 and the visiting contingency amounts to some 40000 or 50000 which ot course overruns the whole The Stimulus of Pure Blood That Is what Is required by every organ of the body for the proper pert formance of Its functions- It prevents biliousness dyspepsia constipation kidney complaint rheu matism catarrh nervousness weak ness faintness pimples blotches and all cutaneous eruptions It perfects all the vital processes W P Keeton Woodstock AU took Roods- Saroaparala to mate fall blood pure lie write that he had Dot felt well but tired for some time Before bo hd nnlihed the first bottle of this medicine ba felt better and when ba bad taken the second WM like another rain free from that tired feellDltI and able to do fall work Hoods Srap rlll Promises to cure and keeps the promise Accept no substitute but get Hoods today o M town ob npcount ol the oil find anil fever which has attracted nttcotlon 110 that place since the 16thof list Jannrry The ttctU ol tLe tuwn at crowded very touch like our htnpe tteater on the lair grounds cm the 145 t day of the fair and it is impossible t get Into a barbershop or restaurant without forming a line and talon your turn as incases cf buying the ater tickets in large cities Lea I within a radius of fifty miles of th guttling wells sale fur from too0o to 12510 per acre it is low craw fishy looking land and before the find was valued at from f4 to 5 per acre The oil wells are no less than a mint The first one InInm- eans striking oil In oil parlouce in contradistinction to a dry hole spout ed a geyser over 125 feet high through an eight Inch pipe and finally led to huge tanks which the oil magnates are building by pipe lines on the rail roads the lake and river where two or three men load it on cars an barges to be transported to The gushers furnish according to oil experts 70000 barrels of oil per day which at 50 canto a barrelthe mark et priceyields the producer 35000 per day I met a young man irom Calves ton who got pn the oil field the next morning alter the first spouter was In He told me that on that morn Ing he bought 33 acres of land nea the spouter for 7000 that he ha sold one fourlh ol It for 1250000 which he bad to his credit in bank and that he had organized lour oil companies subdividing the remainder of his purchase at a capital stock of j 5000000 each and that he had sold at 40 cent on the dollar all of the stock he cared to part with This man took me to dinner with him and judging from his talk and his menu as well as what I gathered from Beaumont generally I am ready to confess that I have rubbed up against a mill ionaireThey sprinkle the streets in Beaumont with petroleum and turn a spouter loose for any capitalist that pretends to represent a million with the view of selling stock or real estate But the man with 5000 or 10000 is only in it at Beaumont for something to eat and a place to leep provided he is careful to lookout for his comforts Alter leaving Beaumont the here tofore wonderful rice fields sugar fields and cotton plantations although luxuriant in good season are to stale to attract the attention of one fresh from a mlllionalra table But I want to say now that Ohio county is the best place to live fn- DIRECTORS MEET And Discuss the Feasibility of Changing the Route of the Electric Car Line From Beaver Dam to McHenry Survey is Ordered The Directors of the Hartford Beaver Dam Electric Railway Power and Light Co met Wednesday night and alter much discussion ordered anew survey made to McHenry Most the proceedings were kept secret ut our reporter informs us that a new survey will be made in a few days perhaps next week From what we were able to glean there has been considerable Indiffer ence demonstrated upon the part ol the Board of Trustees of Beaver Dam They have refused to pass an ordl dance ordering the sale of the frau chise ol the town and have thus barred the company from proceeding with the work Hartford has ordered her franchise sold next Monday There has also been some trouble in securing the right ol way on the Beaver Dam end ol the line which is another obstacle in the company r progress It should have had n trouble along this line at all It believed that the right of way can be secured without cost If the line Intersects the I C nt McHenry There are a number of parties in Hartford who want the road to go to McHenry and who have subscribed nothing as yet but will subscribe liberally which will add materially to the prosecution of the work il the change is made Owing to the fact that most ot the work ot the directors was secret we could riot obtain the details of the meeting but it now becomes neces sary for Beaver Dam to show down or loose the road which is a considers ble loss to the town and it may be that matters have already gone to tar to save it we cant say as to this We I have long hoped to see the two towns connected with an electric line and both lighted with electricity May we not yet hope for this conven ience 4 t Struck One Day The workmen at the Taylor Mines went out on a strike Monday becaus- of some misunderstanding with the companyhowever matters were agree ably adjusted and they resumed work Tuesday Taylors employs about 200 men It is quite fortunate fo the operators and the workmen that a speedy settlement of troubles was possible v Unless a woman eats sufficient nourishing food she can neither gain nor keep a good complexion Food when digested it is the base of all health all strength and all beauty Herblne will help digest what you eat and give you the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price 50 and 75cts T le r 2 lTHE RIGHT TIIIHO TO PUT on Damons Platter It Pains Muter eFrom the natural Impulsp to put some on n painful spot all applications for the relief of pain here The most auecesif ul here ever been pout IsJNo other has anything like the same andgIs yearUso coughs colds neuralgiaemanta that make Winter a season of suffer log and danger It relieves and cures remedyDoor Belladonna platters in place of Uensoni powerInsistThe people of every civilized land haTe testified for years to the superlative merit of Bensons Plasters and 6000 physicians and druggists of tills country have declared them worthy of confidence In official comparisons with others Ben sons Plasters been honored with fiftyfat highest awards For by all druggists or we will prepay postage on any number ordered in the United States on the receipt of 25o each Accept no imitation or substitute NYtSHOT WHILE PLOWING Virgil Anderson Shot by Charlie Brown in Corn Field BROWN WAS AMBUSHED Last Monday evening Charlie Brown seriouslydfield on the farm ol Mrs Ike Brown five miles West ol Prcntls Anderson is cropping on Mrs Browns farm and boarding with the family Sev era I days since he and Charlie Brown became Involved in a quarrel which must have reached a very unpleasant state of rift Irs Auderson lelt the house and went to his work and it is said Drown went to a nearby neigh bors and secured a shotgun He then called to Anderson who was plowing in the field to come to the house but he refused and continued his plowing Brown then went out and hid near by where Anderson was at work and when he came within fifteen or twenty paces fired on him from his retreat The load took effect in the arm side and face Alter he wasshot Anderson walkedabout three hundred yards to a neighbors residence and sent for a doctor Our reporter Informs us that An derson is not dangerously hurt but his wounds are very painful We were unable to learn the particulars of the difficulty which resulted from the quarrel As yet Brown is at lib erty and may remain so il he chooses to leave the country nMothers of good judgment and ex perience give their little ones Rocky Mountain Tea this month keeps them well 35C Made by Madison Medi cine Co Ask your druggist 1 Ice For Sale Clarence Casebier and Ike Sander fur will deliver Ice to your home ev ery morning For sale during the dRY at Moore Sanderlurs grocery F Marriages J T Henry Taffy to Miss Jacova Anderson Cabot Date of marriage May 12- Morris Render to Miss Mamie Aultlmire Hartford Date ol Marriage May 12 F M Allen Smallhouse to Mrs Iulia A BishopCentertown Date of marriage May 14 James Blair McHenry to Miss Mary Mltchel Harord Date of marriage May 19- Decoration r Day Services At Render school house Ohio county Kywill be observed by Preston Mor ton Post No G A R on Thursday May 30 1901 9 a m Gathering in front ol school house 930 a m Instrumental music by Proto Burtons band to a m Prayer by Chaplain Rev Jee A Bennett 1030 Wel come Address by Mr L L Stewart II a m Followed by church choir under the leadership of Mr L Fran- CIS 1130 a mMarch to grave yard Decoration of graves Song by choir and prayer by Chaplain 01 Post 12 Recess for lunch 130 p- mIuslc and song by choir Pray Geo Gardener 2 p m oCommittee on Solution Misses Nettie Wakeland Maud Reid Maud Owens Mary Francis and Lucy James 3 p- mReport of Committee on Decoration 330 Music by band and choir followed by all Home Sweet Home i Dismissal Everybody is invited to come and bring a basket ol flowers and lunch and spend a happy day with us 1JACK ComW B OWENS JOHN BSBV J Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neysaro auto order or diseasedKidney troublo has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys 11 the child urin 11 ates often II rho childereaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bed depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of This therkidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need Ihe same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty KtK cent and one dollar sizes You may have a II ift1 sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell non orewampaoot Ing all about II Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer I It Co BInghamton N Y M sure and mention this paper Tfr r = L r3il Jct i iEverybodys Store I E The Great Shopping Heapquarters for 1 I IEverything You Need 5w ji tour buyer has returned from his j trip to the markets and brings a Nay festival ofalues tbroad liberal and sweeping in char actor taking in every department 4 in this great shopping emporium representing new and attractive buying opportunities such as can only be found in wideavake hust ling institutions where quality and style predominates Shoe Department t Tho latest ideas iu shapes in leather are always represented iu our immense line of Ladles Misses and Childrens Shoe Our Slippers are of the 2most tasteful designs Our Mens and Boys Shoes embrace everything New and Stylish tFine Clothing If you expect to buy a New Spring Suit sore is the time and hero is the place The first to tcome will get the choice Mens Furnishings Everyday something new All the choicest Novelties of the season now in stock and in such 2variety that the most tasteful dresser can be qulckrly pleased tWool Wool This being the annual Wool season we wish to 2remind 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 iEPBARNES BRO tBeaver Dam Ky j Jfl 3 We Have Many Bargains Up Our Sleeve Spring and Summer Attractions We open the Spring and Summer sea sons with complete and perfect stocks in every departmentstocks we are proud o- fjust what you expect in a General Store in towu is hera QUALITY with all that the word imples is first with us always and we link with it LOW PRICES Your trade we wantwant it on merit and will make no tommyrot statement to get it We expect a small profit on our goods and in return we give the best merchandise and service your money can buy This is a sort of outoftheruf proposition Our Swell Goods Make theSPeacock Enviousfe If youll come in we will showY ou the prettiest line of Summer Dress Goods ever shown in Hartford Theres a snap about our Dress Goods you dont see every day We have many New Patterns whichare simply swellPatterns for the old and for the young Now dont be afraid to call and see them Wo like to show our Dress Goods Its a pleasure Prices 5c to 2 per yard If you come in youll buy a Dress Pattern You cant help it CARSON CO The Popular Merchant u Un The Kind You Have Always Bought anti which has liccn in use for oycr 30 years has borne tIle signature of and has been male under his pcr sonalsttpervislon since Its Infancy I Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits mutations and Justasgood arc but experiments that trlllo with null endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CANTORIA Cast rla is n harmless substitute for Castor 011 rare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It 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to st your trnlulnx nt Muoul tbnt itund In ttiorrrj front rank She Sryanl 8r trallon Susiness College =orc7= = == 7C = 1 4 MontrtnaPSaTEIEOIttl 4 suoiLTIIt Ii 0000 00 04I P i I In I by u t who It U the M 0 vvn ixiM rIfiirf il tencbcru eacheven pjeHnlUt In bit line Grail wn oflhiehnullirelr1rredhybuimwhoue trite fat a Ii nk P pron linnt tNMllbml nil over the Culled Stilt w It will be mullotj 1 In ru ire other thooU than our but none that ron otter our fa rlhtien IS m New Smith Nos 5 ad 6 The No 0 takes paper 1 8JJ Inches wide and writes lines 1 6 Inches long The No5 takes II Inches wide and writes lines DK inches long These new machines in essential I mechanical principles arc the same equaled as Models Nos 2 3 and 4unf Wilie for Printed taker Free I rle8mllk Jrcmier Wemriter CO W3r otnmz2 MLE CURE N1EIITES Remedies Jmnn Premiers 412 Walnut Street Cincinnati Ohio I i L Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 17 BAR DOCKET Ohio Circuit CourtMay Term 1901 SECOND DAY 3108 Comth vs Wm Hayden 3109 Comth vs Same 3183 Comth vs Thomas Ross 3298 Comth vs Ellis Roach 3347 Comth vs Tom Berryman 3348 Comth vs Same 3349 Comth vs SameI 3350 Comth vs Same 3351 Comth vs Same 339 Comth vs Henry Carter c 3392 Comth vs Same 3432 Comth vs George W Kendall c 3452 Comth vs Thomas Carson 3485 Comth vs Lem Curtis 3486 Comth vs Same 3487 Comth vs Same 3488 Comth vs Same 3489 Comth vs Same 3490 Comth vs Same 3491 Comth vs Same 3492 Comth vs Same 3493 Comth vs Same 3494 Comth vs Same 3495 Comth vs S me 3500 Couith vs E A White 3501 Comth vs Same 3501 Comth vs Same f503 Cnmth vs Same 3504 Comth vs Same 3505 Comth vs Same 3506 Comth vs Same 3507 Comth vs Same 3508 Comth vs Same 3509 Comth vs Same 3510 Comth vs Same 3Sir Comth vs M Likens 3520 Comth vs Same 3524 Comth vs Same 3625 Comth vs Addis Austin 3526 Comth vs Same 3527 Comth vs Same 3528 Comth vs Same 3529 Comth vs Same 3530 Comth vs Warren CundlQ 3552 Comth vs Same 3533 Comth vs Same 3540 Comth vs Jim Burns 3723 Comth vs Andrew Render 3546 Comth vs Dan Hines c 354S Comth vs Bud Htflln 3564 Comth vs Chas Crusath 3577 Comth vs James Poole 3578 Comth vs Forest Poole 3581 Comth vs Tom Hall 3587 Comth vs Clark C Slanter 3590 Comth vs Same 3621 Comth vs E D Armond 3635 Comth vs Ras Tillord 3644 Comth vs Willis Herald 3659 Comth vs Willis Harl 3684 Comth vs John Patton 3687 Comth vs Wm Southard c 3690 Comth vs George Russell 3418 Comth vs Joe Stratton 3418 Comth vs Same 3699 Comth vs Joe Cravens 3768 Comth vs Wm Stone 3735 Comth vs Wm Dehart 3737 Comth vs Same 3738 Comth vs L P Crowder 374t Comth vs Same THIRD DAY 3742 Comth vs L P Crowder 3750 Comth vs Will Duke 3752 Comth vs Same 3754 Comth vs Same 3761 Comth vs Rudy Jan 3762 Comth vs Same 3765 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3758 Comth vs Henry Taylor 3773 Comth vs Lud Grant 3775 Comth vs Claude Slaughter 3787 Comth vs M Likens 3788 Comth vs Same 3789 Comth vs Frank Collins 3794 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr 3795 Comth vs L P Crowder 3803 Comth vs Henry Whittaker 3804 Comth vs Schofield MIdkiff Comth vs Moore Vhitakeri3818 Comth vs Netter Gilstrap 3820 Comth vs Lem Taylor 3821 Comth vs Jas F Carson 3822 Comth vs Same 3823 Comth vs Same 3824 Comth vs Quinton Her 3825 Comth vs Same 3826 Comth vs Same 3846 Comth vs Netter GUstrap 3855 Comth vs Alvin Porter FOURTII DAY 3856 Comlh vs Lee Tillord 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 366 Comth vs Sip Rhoads 3867 Comth vs John Sharp 3858 Comlh vs J W Stinnett 3869 Comth vs Bob hickey 3870 Comth vs Netter Gilstrap 3872 Comth vs J W Stinnett 3875 Coinlh vs R T Taylor Jr 3873 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3876 Comth vs Juston Jackson 3880 Comth vs Netter Gilstrap 3881 Comth vs Juston Jackson 3883 Comtb vs Quinton Her 3872 Comth vs Same 3873 Comth vs Same 3874 Comth vs Same 3875 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr 3878 Comth vs Thomas Tatnm 3880 Comth vs Dud Tatum 3881 Comth vs Same 3882 Comth vs Same 3884 Comth vs John Amos c 3885 Comth vs Virgil Trail 3887 Comth vs B Hccker 3888 Comth vs Juston Jackson 3890 Comth vs E 1 Wilkerson 3891 Comth vs Tom Austin 3892 Comth 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3963 Comth vs W E Russell 3961 Comth vs Bob Porter 3963 Comtb vs Anthony Walker 3964 Comth vs Dan Hines 3965 Comth vs Lon Morgan 3966 Comth vs Same 3967 Comth vs Thomas Tatnm 3968 Comth vs Same 3969 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr 3970 Comth vs Same 3971 Comth vs Same 3972 Comth vs Same 3973 Comth vs Alvin Ashby A copy attestS ANDERSON Clerk h Corn Veneer IIIooil folnon Entlnc Sore Ulcer 01 Void ing lo Try 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 It yon have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pimples mucous patches falling hair itching skin scrofula old rheniuatism or of Pensive form of catarrh scabs and scoles deadly cancer eating bleeding festering sores swellings lumps per slstent wart or sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the worst case alter everything else fails 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 building 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 B1 Balm Co Altana Ga Describe ble and free medical advice given outs til cured Botanic Blood Balm not contain mineral poisons or cury as so many advertised lo but is composed of Pure Botanic Ingredients Over 3000 testimonys of cureby taking B B B CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rho- 8lgaattue rcta8fff In Memory Budded on earth to bloom in heaven little Conrad Petty Infant son ol L 11 and Emma Render departed this life March 23 1901 Just six months ago the day That sweet Conrad passed away Came an angel with a flywer so pure So sweet But our hopes were all iu vain For our darling soon was slain But how sweetl Twas by an angel And in heaven we will meet We are sad how could we part From this darling of our heart When twas dearer then the rest of Earth coulrflie- Do we think its neath tIe IIOt Lt us read the word of God A flower on earth an angel In hew Well tee While ou earth it wa so sweet And its loved nnesltwoulel greet With its little hands outstretched lot Them to kiar Oh could we but see it now With bright glory on Its brow Oh so happy in its heavenly home Ot bliss In sweet dreams our hearts rejoice For we hear our darlings voice Saying Mamma papa hear the one You love And we know some future day We will surely hear it say Come Ill guide you to our happy Home above So Grave where is thy victory Death where is thy sting Though tis true that sorrow to our Hearts you bring But we know well meet him And in our hearts we sing Jesus only Jesus to thy cross I Cling A CousiN f If AWORTHYSUCOESSORoJ Sun ThOI =All Doctors have trlettocurc Catarrh by the use powders acid gases Inbalers and drugs in paste I form Their powders dry up the mucnous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The power ful acids used In the inhalers have I 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 has for many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment otI Catarrh has at last perfected a went which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent ly 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 wonderfnl remedy is known as Snuffles the Guaianteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use Snuffljs is the only perfect Cure ever made and is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all icflamation quickly and permanently and Is also wonderfully j quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption SnuluVs will j save you it you use it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postively RUarans teed to cure Catarrh in any firm or stage if uted according to the direitions which accompany each age Dont delay but send lor It at once and write full particulars as to I your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer ofj this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snufil V the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B Gilts Company 233 and 2332 Market street PhiladelphiaI J Made ibo in foot lugs sires Sold I T 0 d Conta only a cent more than the common kind alter mora rape and better coma to the poand 1U many Imltatlona Hart the wrapper taeai ont entitle you to a desalt part or aon nicful IUd Look fur the fit to eaclt cUll ARBUCKLC BROS Notion 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