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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r=u IJ1 Iti I bI- c n THE HARTFORD EEPUBLICAN I-i Fine Job Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL OfiAN OF THE Ml IK THE FOEHCOHRHOmDIn Subscription 1 a year VOL X11I HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 7 1901 No 46 Wiiat wakes me none Sot thE Jionie however fine It may be not iu furniture pictures and appoint thehometncani to go back Into the shelter of the molhera love and care And when womanly Ills the uffersThe tlieIJ firn I supervision and I mOlhedythoughl fulneuhsapparent changetbenj n I J wile and mother 11 comet back to take her old In the family Thousands l of women who be br Vl N cause of womanly ills had bI I t y out of home life t t r and home happi yness have been to once I more take their byUrweakeningdrAlnlltion and cures female weakness It makes weAk women strong sick women well 1 umtsce4 lU r our Pantile rincrlfx lion and Golden Vlcdlnl IJUcoitry about the loth of kit imriaiirr one vrar wrtln Mra lUt Wtlllhr MountalnIcw Ilowall Co Mluourt plow 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A BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE A Gem From Senator VestWhat the Power of Elocution Will do With a Jury QJC ol the moat ieautifnl tributes ever paid to a dolt wai delivered by Snnlor Vest ol Missouri a Sew jean ago He was attending coutt In a country town and while waiting l r the trial ol a case in which he WAS In terested be was urged by the attor neys in a dolt case to help them lie was paid a Ice of 250 by the plairtilT Voluninlous evidence was introduced to show that the plaintiff bad shot the dog in malice while other evidence went to show that the dog had tltick cd the dfccdant Vest took to part hi the trial and wits not disposed to spt k Tile aitoriicyn however nrg ed him to ttukco ftprech oteUe thy would think he had not earned his fee Being thus Urged he arose canned the face of each jirymin and said nctll1 men of the JiiryTlie best Irlend a man hat in the world may turn njjalnst him and antI become lila enemy Ills nan or daughter that lie hiss reared with loving cute maj proe ungrateful Those who lOre dearest to us Ilioie whom we trust with our bnppirtM StUd cur yood nnmr may rxcoiuv traitors to their faith The money Ihnt a tunit has be may losr II flea away firm him when be needs it most A mans rrputxlion miy be MCtifictd In it moment of ill considered action Those who ate proue to fall on their knees to do us horns when success is with us may be the first to throw the ttone ol luallce when failure tettlm Its tlouds upon our heads 1 he one Absolutely ncces aBly unrelfnh friend that a man can have in thIn world the one that nev erdtserts him the one th it never pUNtS ungrateful or triachcrrua if the dog A mans dog stands by hint in poverty in heiUh and in Mckuesj He will sleep on the cold ground where the wintry winds blow and the snow drives fiercely if only he may be near his masters side lie will khs the hand that has no food to of Icr he will lick the sores andwounds that come to encounter with the roungbuess of this world lie guards the sleep of a pauper master as if be were a prince When all other friends desert he remains When riches take nifogs and reputation I tils to pieces he Ia us constant In his love as the tun in ii jouriiy through the hear ens If fortune drives the amtet forth an cutcntt in the world friend less and homeless the faithful dog jilts no higher privilege thin that 01 nccaicpjninJE liim to gnaM ngainrt danger to fight agalnt his enemies and wbn the last scene ol all comes and dratu lakes the master in its cm brace snilbU body is lard away in the told grtim no matter Hall other fiiends pursue their way there by the grave will his noble dog be found his bead between his paws his eyes sad but upon in alert watchfulness faith ful and true even liv death Then Vest sat down lie had spoken in a low voice without a jts ture lie made no reference o the evidence or the merits of the case When he finished judge and jury were wiping their eyes The jury filed out but soon entered with a verdict in fa roe of the plaintlQ for f500 He had sued lor S250 It is even raid that some of the jurors wanted to hang the dtfendntt 0 v A Good Cough Medicine It speaks vrell lor Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use U In thtir own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says Drug gist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I have always used it in my own lotuily both for ordinary coughs and colds and lor the cough following U grippe antI find it very ifficaclous Ior sate by Z Wayne Giiffin Bro Sixth Blackberry Winter Up tJ elate we have hail jtut six biRckbcrry winters this spring It is not known even to the best authority on blackberry winters just how many more we shall have Unnecessary Loss of Tlmo Mr W S Whtdon Pushier of the First National Drank of Winterset Iowa in A recent Mler gives some experience with II carpenter in his employ that will be ol value to other mechanics lie says I had a carpenter working lor me who was oblig ed to stop work for several days on account ol being troubled with diarr hoes I mentioned to him thnt I had ben similarly troubled nnd that ChamWfUin Colic Cholera and I DIIII a Rsuudj hadcurtd me lIe I bouglta1lteolltlrotu the diuggis i hut anil Informed me that one dose cnred jilft and he is again at his work For sale byZ Wayne Grlf flit Bro m I A Law to Make People Honest LaktUecembrr the city council of Chicago passed n ordinance corn pell log people to be hooeit Jo their deal- I lings acd a commission was appointed and punish violators of the ordinance Since that time the OOU ciaI Tenter reports that he has condemned and destroyed nearly too false and illegal weights measures and srales Mnnynl these were made Intentionally short Milk bottles an ounce shy to the quirt wire in gener al use and this Item alone was costing the people 1500 a day In Chicago CoM mea uieii grocers measures and all kinds of tiaMceU butter moulds and other contrivances were loond to be designed to delraud the unwary Detectives were sent out to watch coal delivery wen and they were caught t telling coal Intended for customers and a regular traffic of this sort was broken up Scales were furnished to customers to weigh meat ice and oth er supplies sent to them and report all shortages The ordinance has been of gfeitt bencfitlo the poor epe clftllr lithe rich who buy In whole barrels anti other large quantities do uot suffer BO much Irom dishonest methods It would not be a bad idea for all cities to adopt this Chicago plan ot watching people to make them honest S HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Chol ornand Diarrhoea Romody I ira rnre that Chamberlains Col Ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nt one time saved my lilt says A H L falette ol Gregory Landing Clark county Missouri I was in such hid shape that the doctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest j ebb one of my nelgbors brought In a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I took it and got instxnt relief I soon got up and around That was nine years ago and I am still in good health SIrce then that medicine has always been in my house and always will be It in the best on earth Ior sale by Z Wayne irlffin Bro m lt vr Are Tour JLideys Dr mueoreall kidney Itla Pans la free AadmetUna Heme JrCaCblcmoorNV Three conceited young dudes noted for the lack of gray matter under their hats while driving along a country road met a grave old man with whpm they sought to josh Good morrow father Abraham sail ono Good morrow father Isaac said the next Good morrow father Jacob said the third I am nether Abraham Isaac tot Jacob replied the old gentleman but Stnl the son of Kish who went out to seek his fath ers asses and lo here I have found them a A severe sprain will usually disable the Irjured person for three or four weeks Many cases have occurred however in which a cure has been effected In less than one week by applying Chamberloins Pain Balm For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro OAoSTOnXAB- ura thilbs Kind Yom Hats WwirsBciffht BJpatunV THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Delng Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Post tive Cure for tho 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 ot intox requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and tradicat Ing this poison and destroying the craving lor Intoxatants Suflrrers may now cure themselves nt home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has becn perfected after many years of close Mudy and treatment of inebriates The faiths ful use according to directions of this wonderlul discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate cane no mutter how hard a drinker Oar record show the marvelous transformation ol thousands of Drunk suds into sober industrlrua and up right men Wives cure your uusbirdn II Chit dren cure your trthenl This rent edy Is in no aensn n net rum but i asp cific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it ii thoroughly roluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can he given in a cup of tea or coflce with out the knowledge of the person tak ing it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless rmedy and as mnuy more have been byItheir knowledge in coflee or tea and believe today that discontinued I I drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be dtluded by apparent I and Ie ding improvement Drive out the disease at once and lor I all time The The Home Gold Cure in fold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus piecing within reach of everybody n treat ment more effectual than others cost lug 26 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special advice by skilled physicians when Ie SentIreceipt ot one dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly coofid entUl tt j IWELL AND TRULY SAID i The Newspaper Can be a Power For Good When it is IRightly Directed It las growing feling rtinooft both I newspaper readers and thoughtful1 edl tors that It has become an increasing toIA liverymans girl elopes with a eta j ble boy and the Incident is telegraphed around the world and given a column not alone In each ofthe yellow mostII pie and that ate entertaining instrnc tire and helpful sic crowded out Of course the yellow journals will scatter the column abont the eloprnent in broken columns over two or more ptges prinUscare heads and give pic lures ol the boy and girl of the stable where he worked and the horses he curried with a cut ol the curr3 comb used and follow with a picture of the girls pirents brothers and sisters and of the bouse where they live anti of the fl4t where the girl is to live and will run interviews with the whole family day by day for a week unless crowded for room in which to give accounts with unending details ol all sorts ot foul 1m mortalities stale and filthy crimes There Is a world of good in a newspaper but there is vast room lor improvement II the slums the bawdyhouse districts the haunts ofdrunkenness and filth are to be raked over every day to give to illustrate dwell upon and roll over as sweet morsels of news all the old filthy crimes follies and nastiness of beasts in human foim it is high time that public sentiment were aroused before incurable moral leprosy seizs upon all conditions of men and wo men There should be a tremendous move for purity accuracy honesty and instructiveness in newspapers HopklnsviUe Daily New Er- aS S- Care ftheuinallafn or CiitArrli through til Ill MulCo la Xotblni loTry Wontf you like to get rid of that chronic rheumatism or tfTensive catarrh brevet Then take a bottle Botanic Blood SaInt which has cured thousnnds of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent treatment Botanic Blood medlclneI B B cures through the stroying the poison which causes the awful aches In the bones joints shoulder blades and back swollen glands hawk lag spitting bad breath impaired hearing etc thus making a perfect cure Botanic Blood balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Composed of pure Botanic Drugs Perfectly safe to take by old and young Druggists SJ Trial treatment tree by writing Blond Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and tree medi cal advice given until cured Dont give up hope but try B B B which makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the all run down tired body B B B makes the blood red giving the skin the rich glow of per feet health a CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought sac 7StfZZZT A Gypsy Story The Pans News tells this funny one During the encampment of the Gypsies there one of the women went to a cltlzsns house in the absence of his wife and asked to tell his fortune In a spirit of fun he agreed The gypsy looked into his upturned palm and told him to place some slIver theiein He produced a dollar with the understanding that it was to be returned to him The gypsy covered the dollar with a handkershlel and told him to place another piice of all ver on top of it lie produced a half dollar The fakir then murmured a lot of incantation made several mys t rlous passes then grubbed the money and made for the door As the grabbed the money the gentleman grabbed her and held her around the I waist with one arm while with the I other he was endavorlng to recover his money While thus engaged door openedand tbe gentlenian i leI entered It took two hours ol cxpla nations and f2 wotth ol ice cream soda to straighten out matters nnd during the contusion the gypsy escaped with the money Lonhl A Slilti rn Tints 8uTMnln Iloghn1 Tonic lln te plAanl ta ken in early HprlnR and JI11b Chill Dengue Ualarlat liver tone np tuaejratem hitter than Calomel and Unlulne Cuatatna no Arwnlc try It At Drug gl ta Me end floobottlea Ills Business is Overstocked- My san f How not the footsteps of the loafer and make not example of him who Is born tired for verity I say unto you their business is over stocked the seats are all taken and the whittling places are in use It is bet ter to saw wood at twobits a cord IUi tJ Tit ttliia t bi3 ij nntt au- dseseaT I to abuse the government My son whilfjyhgu has kit In thy skull the sense Cfi jibitd bleak away Iron the cigarette habit for lol thy breath fttinketh like a glue factory all thy whple apjwainnce is less Intelligent than the tore dummy Yes thfi atta rlphcr with the tint knocke off Kx Reflections of a Bachelor Some men are fottnnate otheis are only lucky- A woman may have some sense and not have any sense 01 humor but no woman pan have a sense ol humor and not have any sense Probably women invented skirts sc they conld make their leet look small erb having the heels ot their shoes put way bp under tber Insteps There waj probably a lot of scandal bflprcjho jlood because the women could trace Nonhs family back to Eve and nobody knew who Eves father wasThee are thiec habits that nr amoua ol treatment will ever cure a wow nof when she once gets them Thegarret habit the twin habit nnd the bare neck photograph habit A wicked man is as bound to get thin as a successful actress is to get fatSome women dress jnst as much to worry the men as they do to please them Half the time when 9 girl flirts with a man it Is only to make another man mad that has been flirting with her Before a man is allowed to ask for a womans hand he ought to be made to look at it for 15 minutes through a telescopeThe who will tie a light pink satin ribbon around the neck Cora bow legged crosseyed bang lipped bulldog ought to be sent to a sanitar lumNew York Press We can ttatt a young man or lady In the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap Call and get our scholarship and go to school Wont Tobireo spit ial hnoli tsar 14ft inar To quit tobacco cully nod forever be nag neltc lull or lite nerre nnd vigor take NoTo Dae the wnnJertvorker Clint make weak men atronc All dmsclitsMoorll Cureeuaran teed Dooklei and sample tree Address Sterling nemedj Co Chicano or New York On account of the Pan American Exposition round trip tickets will be sold at following rates and limits 1891 on sale only on each Monday during the month of May limited to five days tor return 25 20 on sale dally limit fifteen days 28 45 on sale dally limit October 31 for ie turn S B VANMETER Agt S S Educate Your noweii With Cucarats foreverI0wc A Horror Party The Mt Carmel Republican says About a dozen Princeton ladies gave a horror parly the other day each one bringing something the most despised by them It was a curious fact that only one lady brought her husband he rest brought mice The Cumberland Telephone Tolograph CoI- ColiVolIATED Operating exchanges and toll lines In Kentucky Indiana MississippI and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing RU exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Cvntertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possi ble and make a specialty furnishing service to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rates and other information maybe obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky FRANK PIERCE PaUlDlrioau B Managerxiin Best reached by the 1LL1O I NTAL L L ibroaftb aerrlea Tin uemptiU Ix nUvlUe Cln dllnall and Clevrlnnd effeetlv on and utter uny 55 and conalntlng o- tSLEEPING CAR WITHOUT CHANGE BET WEItN New OreansAND Buffalo An evening departure from New Oi leans and a morning arrival at BaOalo DININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARS En route Inrtlcnlara ot agent ot the llllnoli Central and connecting lln Vu nUT PIT raaar Agent New Orleans Jso A ScOTT Division Tnwr Agent ueinphU AUUASSOSorA T A XILJIIUA r A CSJ sfQ lntotlll TO THE WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES a 10 I In view of the great mnltttudo of I women suffering from some kind of female disease and yet unable to find any cure Dr Ilartman the renowned I gynecologist has announced his wll llngnes to direct the treatment of AS many cases aa may snake application to him during the summer months with out charge The treatment will be conducted by correspondence The doctor will pro scribe all medicines applications by glenlo and dietary regulations neces eary to complete a cure The medicines proscribed can be obtained at all drugstores This otter will hold good only during the summer months Any wo man can become a regular patient by lending a written statement of her age condition of life history and symptomi of her derangements- All cases of female diseases Including menstrual lrregularUledlsplacements ulcerations Inflammation discharges Irritation of the ovaries tumors and dropif of the abdomen should apply at CHICHESTERS ENGLISH PENNYeRY lie PILLS tllte totCIIICIIECTEIIa ribbonTkelollon itwnd 1iuyufnunIngttImonlels end Ilrllrr fOr LodIcjeUcr byallCHICBB8TBR CUKUIOAL CO 1100 IlAdUon Mqunr Illll l PX Simile UU Mr ENVOYS ACCEPT TERMS Chinas Debt of 337000000 Formally Assumed by the Emperors Representatives The Chinese peace envoys in their reply to the ministers latest proposi tions state that China Is willing to to pay an Indemnity of 65000000 Including interest They want the rate ol Interest placed at 3K per cen per annum The ministers have no decided en the amount of interest or the annual rate but they are willing to take Chinese bonds at par for a term of years as security and to per mit an increase in the tariff which nearly all omes out ol the pcckets ol foreigners and will almott equal the annual interest Some people com plain that although Iititbh trade Is predominant in China Sir Ernt Satow the British Mlnittcr will con sent to this arrangement without c u erring with the Chamber cf C ra melee at Shanghai or elsewhvre or de manding some equivalent in the way ofprivilegesMr the American special commissioner isvthe only one ol the foreign representatives who Is mak a strenons demand lor liver and ling improvements and increased privileges in all China which il would be of great benefit to China as well as to foreign countries The mtjority of the ministers are con centrating all their attention in secur ing a speedy payment ot the indemni ties and neglecting measures that would be mutually beneficial The impression is growing that the nego tiations will soon be finished Then the troops will evacuate Pekln dud the court will return all without any guarantee of permanent security In the future thorough reform of the government or feelings ofmutual good will The ministers and military mm alike are tired ot the longdrawn out discussions over the settlement ol the IndemnityThe paltment of State has been infoiuud reliably that the Chinese Government has issued a decree agree- Ing to pay an Indemnity ot 450000 000 taels equivalent to about three hundred and thirty seven million dol lots at the present rate of exchange- It Is known now that the whole subject I indemnity will he closed up be fore the end of the present month If I that is not done and evacuation is not underway on a large scale then I c v e Iron a Irna onco and become registered as regular patients All correspondence will beheld strictly confidential No tcstlmo nlalsof cures will be given to the public except by the express wish of the patient Aa is well known Dr Hartman Is the President ot the Ilartman Sanitarium an Institution which hAS a department devoted excloilvely to the treatment female dtieace lie Is thus brought to aeo thouiand of such cases every year the most of whom retnrn to theirhomei to bo treated by correspondence The principal remedy be rellea upon In and cases Is Fernna which every woman should have who has any affection of this kind Those wishing to become patients should address Dn S B IIxhT MAW COLUMBUS OHIO No ono know better than Dr Hart man how much the women suffer with I diseases peculiar to tbelr sex No om know better than he does how many of them suffer with uch diseases Pa tloQtly hopefully wearily and often the Chinese Government must be as ssed 1000090 each day efer Jute t next to compensate the powers for the maintenance ol their military forces in China Uuder this whip the Chinese Government has been forced toyieldIt not known that the powers have agreed on the form and extent of guarantee but now that the amount of indemnity is fixed not much difficulty Is expected on this score The United States Government has not taken part in the selection of a military commandant to succeed Field Marshal Count von Waldersee in the supreme command at Pekia Having dispensed with our military force in China the United States is not con cerned in the personality ol the mill buy chief Our legation guard will not owe allegiance or obedience to any foreign commander but will be ans werable sole to the United States Min- Ister or Charge In the event of com won peril the several legation guard may unite for the common defense in which case they may select their own leader as they did during the defense of the legalloners last year Died Hydioptubia Mrs John Pitts and a Mrs Haney died at their homes in Morgan county of hydrophobia after snOering Intense agony Two children in tIe same I silently they eke onta miserable exist ence year after year A woman confined to the house sey oral years with a chronlo female de rangement had finally given up alt hope of being cnred She had tried phyalctan after physician and remedy after remedy without any permanent Improvement Her treatment had cost manhnndrodaobliged to deny themselves many Corn fort of life in order to get money enough to pay the physicians Picking up the paper ono day ihe hap pened to road an item which contained tho news that Dr Ilartman would treat such cases frco of chArge by letter She Immediately wrolo tho doctor describ- Ing her case and giving him all her symptoms She loon received a letter telling her exactly what to do and what medicines and appliances to get She began Uio treatl1l theprinclpalrcm cdy being Porous at once and In a fow weeks was well and strong again and ablo to do her own work Another woman who used Porous without becoming one DrHartmana regular patients had tho following ex perience Miss Ida Green from IaldwinTllleaai Peruna Is wonderful and good and a certain core for te male weakness I have been 111 and have been taking doctors medicine for several years and found that nOne dU me anygood Erydayitwasaworryfwsick conclusion to give up andnot use any thorn medicine I was sick 3 Indeed for the past two years Just before I began to take Peruua I was very weak besides I was bilious and constipated I had pain In my back and aide and falling of the womb with bearlngdpwn pains One day while reading my sew paper I came across an ad read of the book for women entitled Health and Beauty and sent for It Then I began tou o thomedUIno Alter using several bottles I am now thoroughly cured Send for free book entitled Health and Beauty Addres Pr Hartmao I ColumbnaOhlo neighborhood were also bitten by a mad dog and are expected to develop hydrophobia at any time A large number ofcattle and hogs in that section have died bt the same tauseMt Sterling Gazette CASTOnXAStan tia lln KM Yoj Han Atop Bwtfi BllIItun or 29 11 Hughes Chill ToniC PaJa1iabJeBetterthan CalomelQuinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD RELfABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC A well 04 a auresurefor CHILLS and FE Yalta Malarial Fevers Swamp Fevera andDU lone Fevers th ItNever FailsJust whnt you need at this season MILL LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Inarantrad by your Drnmrlita Dont tatIBuy substitute Try ItWc and 1100 PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet Co 3TtM INCOniORATED Louisville Ky J Tfl MPANYtCAPITAL STOCK 2500000 RESERVE SURPLUS 12500000 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000005 Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS l I 1 1 It VARICOCELE STRICTURE No other disease la so prevalent araooif men ai Varicocele Aa It Interferes with II the uutrltlon ot the sexual organs It produces emladooa loss of aemaa tllroatrll tile a orioedecajo tb orranapalns Is I a achlnirla tile back nerTontnaudaa ff udency baollllllll plplllliolt of I0 heart and a combloaUoo of- beareanitDtcontpletLosa blf you TbouaandafyouuasdiiilddlI- aredmeuaretroubledwitbMtrlctnrc have reason to btllav yoa sri 1 afflicted with II dont aiglectlt It wilt rniuJou Dont let doctors espeelmu- touyoabycuttinstratc lug or tearin TreatmentS JaIdissolves tba ate cture tissue uenca It dlaappeara racer return Wi care Vartcocela and Stricture without operaUoa or laaa of time Tba treatment may bo I takes at boss privately Send our Il1ustrte4 Book OB Yrtoocolo U Htrleture and Wo unrauteo to Cure or No Pay I jAllof dlaeax 11 are acblnr or weakneii over tho smell of thebacktndaacybb urinate frequently depoalt la nrlne coldneti of had or feet a drowsy feeling m ftill marnlng Dont neflact your fcldaeya Our Now MatUo Tssatnuflla guaranteed to cure any disease these or ana or BO pay H- paNo Names Used Without Written Coasimt O W Rowe of JacVton Mlch aiyit baA a 0arlcocaie In the aecanilary stags twos of S u taadlltr I was operated on twice undergoing treat suffering only got temporary rIi I waa finally advliedt I I 5 irytba Nw Method Treatment of Ura K A K Tba enlarged Talaa disappeared U V was In2kslzweekitbestricturatlssuev i4 and itaIit- itterned iii2 50 1 wan a man In re r recomntaad you 4octorswitb my wbolertypr CURES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO PAYJBefore Treatment After Treatment I SyphIllsBooks urea Wtits lot gsestlon 11st Lot UOIIIA Trutuiei 628 WALNUT STREET OHIOI I I I i Hartford Republican r FRIDAY JUMB 7 tOW ROnUHEtlllor = ocotc=oxg- 4l nsVHH == Cubd L until FrHott by tin Hartford fab Colcorponttl E fleted it Hartford postif fiei is ncondcliss mil mitt ir S 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Heprtnllthr- f AIVIM N BENSE1T fEar Connl JmUr ko4 IWUEILS For CVtnnlr Coorl Clerk- liLMAGLA7l JoTCotlnty Allornry M I1IEAVHIV Far Mierlll CAL i UKuwar- FarBelioal Kiiprrlnlenilenf JA01L14 nlanJH InrJnller THOMAS II nlACIJ For Acuor- 1itAlL lOUi- IorMirvryor JOHN II MWOI FurCcroner llrj L nAvis nlY lV lC rn l Jon MAOISTItATEK- ECOSlt D1STIIKT WB are authorized to announce Ueo WMnrllii- Ai a candidate for Mniridrate In the frorawell SlagUterlaJ Dutrlct lubject to the oUoo olthe ItrloLno patty We are aurhorlted to announce LUThER JUXIKUN An a candidate for Mmriitriite In the Cromwfll MnRUtrrlal UUtrlct onLIt to the action olthe Ilejinbllcon party TIIIIID DISTniCT We are authorized to anniAince JOHN II UUA1IAM Ai a candidate for MoirUtrate In the Xulihur 5 ttaB MaKlntf rlul Iiltrltt inbjwt to theao tlon ot the Uepnbllean puny EIFTH I8T1Cr Vo are authorized to annonnte EU lASll- A a eaadldate for MontntriUe In the Ilnlard xinpl tfrut lilntitit Bubjcct to the action ol theltrpnbMcan pu ty- SIXTH DISTnltT We are authorized to annowm w i itIlEl1 sit Ai a candidate for MngUtrate In the lnlrlonMapliilrrlnl District inbwt to the action ottbe llrpubllcun party SEE TII DISTHICT We are oathorlsed to nnnonnra L IIMIIHY IOMV Itoklort11I1IIIrIRIIIlrldllrpabllenn Inrts- CnIcAoo has a new Elijah SouriiCarfilina would have neither TMlmaa nor McLauriu but her cov ernor would have both BRITAIN has eustained another re verse at the hands of the Boers Ycl they have been conquered ior the lust six months A TUE courts in Louisville would rid the city of garableri but Beckham would not and so it goes Criminals believe in protection rw IK nature bad buried iuexbausliblo fountains of liquors in the bowels ol the earth would man Lava accepted natures gilt or would he have made coal oil for his stimulating beverage c Is Ohio county for salt From what we have been aide to glean from the boastful spies of the Democratic county ticket they thiuk sa at least tor they make much ado about the capacityof their ticket for raising a large corruption fund As much as tho Democratic breth ren are boasting of their money hag candidate it would be nothing but right for the pjblic to learn just how all this fortune has been massed in BO short a time All this will reach the publica little later on through TIlE HEPUIIUCAN TIIEIIE are as many plans for reor ganizing the Democratic party as there are Democrats most We might offer a timely suggestion that when they meet to reorganize they should amend their present character to read We will henceforthabide by the will of the people as expressed at the pollsICOL HKNUI WATTEUSON is agaiu clamoring for the reorganization of the Democratic party and the advent ofa new leader Bryan is entirely to slow for the times and Henri If suc iceasmanded Henri might advocate theI adoption of an election law governing national elections that wouldre move every element of chance from the result oi the election TilE man who resigns his office just because he has a political grudge against some one and wants to vent lila spleen on the stump to the mis fortune of a Slate ought not to have S- cu1ce at auand we have some doubts whether a State ia worthy of state hood that would own suchold4 iJteabLH TUE Democracy of Obicounty has been favored very kindly by the I J propitious fates in endowing its leaders with MONEY and DRAINS and it candidates with the power and privi lege of carrying the votes of the ir fellowman in their vest pockets ai inheritance that bespeaks honor for the fortunate No one doubted but what Mr Dr an would impeach and overrule tbi decision of tbe Supreme Court but what does it amount to any way I is just Bryan and thats all No on need be surprised Mr Bryan hi- many weary dreams He poor fel low sees calamity and ruin in every action of the administration A Christian county jury finds tbe deputies who fired into marching miners guilty of manslaughter and sends three of them to the pen for two years each The trouble came up tween union and nonunion men an the eherifl played too free a hand The mioeis were organizing for self protection which they have a right to do Instead of two years the vex dict ought to have been five or ten u TilE Supreme Court is coming in for its part of censure from the third and fourth class newspapers ot the country including the Commoner edited by the calamity prophet This abuse is due to the decision of the Court in upholding the administration in ita relations toward the Islands Calamity breaders were expected to call forth the gods of damnation upon the heads of this great tribunal and they have disappointed 110 one SINCE the election of Mr Alvis S Bennett to the office of Representa tive is a dead moral certainty he is asked by some little jackals if he will support this or that man for the U S Seaate Mr Bennett will support no man that favored the Goebel law or that infamous contest but instead will support a gentleman who believes in the sanctity of the ballot and a free and fair count Gov McSv ENEY of South Caro lina has declined to accept the resig nations of Senators McLaurin and Tillraan McLaurin submits to tbe Governors decision but tbe pitch fork orator finds fault with Gov Mc Sweeney and is much given to char grin The governor held that the people of South Carolina were entit led to one year of peace from political strife and on this ground declined to accept the resignations THE grand jury is in session at Hop kinavillo and will doubtless air tbe asylum scandal It is highly impor tant that it should for as it is tbt State stands in the column of tbe disgraced The institution which was dedicated by the State to be the home of purity for the unfortunate has be some a den for the iniquities of the degenerate It h certainly time for Hopkinsville to do something Tim REPUBLICAN does not understand where the editor of tbe Evening Post got his authority to advise the Republican party andethe is the most persistent fellow in his eliiirt to forco the Republicans to allow him to lead them advise them andcouncil them in the State He heads his editorial column with the phrase Democratic Newspaper and still ho cusses the Democrats on one hand while he damns tbe Republicans on the other Say brother please tell UP where you are at be fore advising too freely TilE REPUBLICAN is a friend oi the old veterans of the GOs and its eflorts shall be in advancing every effort of one of that band We do not like to see the band ofold gray beads im posed upon by one who denounced them when it was popular to do so andcharged one of the best and most honorable soldiers as being n Yankee This same fellow is tell lug the soldier boys that ho was a soldier and merits their votes by reason of this fact Be not deceived soldier friends this fellow was anIa camp follower a straglcr his name is not enrolledupon any record book and because he could not be given an office in the army refuted to do battle for his country Be not deceived lest you rue it IT is quite fortunate for any man to have the complete confidence of- his fellowman but it is more fortu nato for him to carry their votes around in his vest pocket when he is wanting to be elected to the office of County Court Clerk Some years ago Mr Smith the present Democratic candidate for County Clerk in I his own estimation stood very high n the hearts of his neighbors in Bart etta Ho great was he elated he openly boasted that he carried the votes of Bimletta in bis vest pocket Thi bigotry will not be allowed to abide long for the voters of Banletts and Ohio county are free thinkers and believe in exercising that free moral agency which God has given them free from the icflueiiuo ofnmiy man We shall be slow to believe that Mr mith carries u single mans vote in his vest pocket rave his own TIm question Is asked the voters of Ohio county If prospects fur Republican victory were never BO flattering in all the history of the party as thia year in Ohio county I a I why is it neceEsary that a time tniec Republican should come out in card to notify the public that he i not going to vole the Democrat ticket It is necessary because another A G BCD ton1 has appcare with a gangrenous falsehood in hi mouth parading roundabout tha- certain influential Republicans wer going to support a man who carrie the peoples votes around in his vest pocket This question refers to Mi RPISMr Brown felt that some demagogu was doing him a great injustice b circulating tho report that he was fo Tom Smith for Clerk instead of Mi Ragland ThesecA G Bentont need their throats cut occasionally and Mr Brown happened to strik one of the little devils in a tended place and he squealed Brccklnridgc on Senator Carmacl We pity Senator Carmack of Ten nesseoand we still more pity Teunes see Mr Carmack was a very accom pushed anti successful editorial write brilliant scholarly sarcastic at tractive He won no foes he adde nothing to the strength of his party Ho drove voters from his party ant estrangedmany from bis side Bu he made warm friends and admirer scored his enemies said smart not bitter things Utook the hide ofFo those he attacked and generally made the reputation of a brilliant and s vere editor He was also a brilliat orator attractive and eloquent on th stumpscholarly and bitter on the floo of Congress He is also a cultivated courtly and pleasant gentleman lIt has the abilities which directed an controlled by wisdom can do his Stat great service But he has always catered to the extreme wing of his par ty lIe leads that wing which need no leading but needs to be restrain ed He is turbulent inside his part and aggressive against his party associates who are not willing to be ultra He wins promotion by being an extremist and rallying the extremists tt his colors He is the modern wigfa with hardly as wonderful a gift o speechand not an equal power of bit ing sarcasm He is tbe imitator o Keith Preston Brootcsand those wh drove moderate conservative Demo crate out of public life and were quid totlenounce such Democrats as dougl faces traitors cowards Such me never won a vote for their party nev er led it to victory The South ws cursedwith many such leaders befor the war after tbe war andnow Some of them were extraordioar men in intellectual gifts in gracefu scholarship in winning eloquence ii courteous personal manners and ad dress They were men of high birth of easy fortune of accomplishededu cation of lovable private life Bu they were no wiser than Pbaeton am drove the horses of the sun to disas ter Mr Carmack belongs to thi class of leaders anti in those ante rankeetamong lIe is now an anchrooism if he wil not take this as an opprobious epithet we mean with the utmost respect He is as much out of harmony will his times as would be Alcibiades if hi were to return and become Senate from Tennessee And when he per mits himself to say the Supreme Court isUtbe decayspot in our sys tern he makes himself somewhat of a laughing stock in the sight of tbs American people Ho could hardly bave chosen a more unfortunate and iuapprrpiate phrase Of all the de partments this august court has preserved its pristine vigor its ancient renown its historic power Surely it has shown no sign of decay in its re cent judgments It has upheld its claim to supreme judicial power with the right to declare all laws and the acts of nil officers constitutionaland otherwisi and there has been no un bending in its virile dignity and lofty bearing There has been no decay in its accustomed erudition in the the widthand accuracy of its learning in the acumen and strength of its reas oning in the culture exhibited in its opinions Tho decay has not been in the court or in its members Surely there has been no decay in conI icen urged and the resolute and dig nified manner in which they have been enforced Today it is the most lowerlul judicial tribunal in the world it is unique in its jurisdiction and without a parallel in the scope of its jurisdiction Mr Carmack cannot hope to rival Senator Tillman in the coarseness of his invective nor equal Mr Bryan in the looseness of his criticisms Mr Carmack is a gentle man and a scholar anti such violent rhodomontade does not comport with his guts his culture or his manners Mr Carmack is the successor of Hugh White of Andrew Jackson or Isbamn Harris of Hopewell Jackson and others as brilliant ho represents the State of Polk and is it not an act of true friendship to recall to lie remembrance that the country will measure him aa they read these utterances by time standard of those immortal Ten ueesecaus Senator Carmack be ad vised the next time think before you talk Lxiugton Herald III convicTED s c HOPKINS COUNTY DEPU J TIES SENTENCED Jury Returns Verdict After e a Long Deliberation 3 t GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER JlADifONViLLK KY June 2Aftel- V delibetatloa which lasted 20 boars rthejury in whose hands rested the of Deputy Sheriff Llndle and him poisemen Johnron McIntosh and PemoJ charged with killing march ing ruinets brought in a verdict de eating Lindle Johnson and McIn r tosh guilty ot manslaughter and fixing thtir punishment at two years in the State penitentiary Pcniol was C dismissed there being no proof to show he was present when the killing ook pace The verdict was a sur prise ni it tai generally thought there would be a hung jury Com I monwealths Attorney Ginjot was tits prosI conviction I A motion will bemaiepranew trial I Lindle who had heretofore showed a 6t lId indifference throughout the I trial broke down this afterncoa and I wept declaring he was innocent His wife who had been with him all tbiotigh the trialwas tot present when the verdict was read Mucht sympathy is expressed lor herand hera five childrenr The attorneys for the ptosecution I express themselves as being saltfled delenseI eviction All the lawyers commend Judge T J Nunn beore whom the case was tried I The majority of the attorneys who have been here for some time have V gone to Princeton where Judge Nnnn will hear arguments on the motion to dissolve the injuntioa issued against union minors and operators OoIwill bt f pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has f been able to cure in all its stages and 1 that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known t to the medical faternlty Catarrh be- ingJ a constitutional disease requires 1a constitutional treatment Hallf Catarrh Cure Is taken internally act sing directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces ot the system therebje destroying the foundation oi the dl sease and giving the patient strength l by building up the constitution andI assisting nature in doing its work 1The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that hey carr one Hundred Dollars fur any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testi t monials Address P J Cheney I Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c S Halls Family Pills are the best ilithe predisposition to worms ir is not cured they may be i come emaciated weakly and in danger ol convulsions Whites Cream Vet rulluge is the most successful and popular remedy Price 25 eta J H Williams m RENDER KY June 4 Rev Shugard ot Ceinlvo filled his regular appointment here last Sunday night Three Adventists ftomMichigan ar here holding a meeting There were a nice crovd of boys lion Render went to Central City to see the game ol base ball between the crack nines ot Hattford and Central CityMiss Zstla Hocker of Leitcbfield is visiting Mr J L Roweand family Miss Ida May Henry 61 Louisville is visiting Mia Lucy James of this cityMr II E Harper the popular cleilt for the Central Coal Iron Co at this place will resign hIs position tc day Mr Harper is a nice and intell igent young man and has a host ol friends here who regret to see him leave May he have gt o 1 success and prosperity in his future business is the desire of his many friends MJss Rosa Belle Cobb our lost mistress ol this city will leave for her home in Sacramento in a few days Miss Rosa has a host of friends herein this place and they all regret to see her leave She hhs made us a good post mistress Miss Martha Lauder will leave tc day for Lebanon City where she will then be united in holy matrinony to Mr James Rollens Mr Willie Kelly and Miss Ona Kelly of Render were visiting friends and relatives in LeitchGeld last Sun dayMiss Gertrude Sloces of Sacramen to is visiting Miss Rosa Belle Cobb ol this city- Misses Katie and Lucy Ltwton who have been visiting friends in Render have returned to their home in Dick nell Iud Mr W J Rowe went to Center town yesterday Mr John W Hone and family of Centertown visited friends mind rela tives in Render last Sunday The old soldiers if the Pe ton Morton Post G A Rare ong fo have the decoration services over again on Saturday July 2Oll Everybody If cordially invited to atend The LOOP and the lOR M LoJges of McHetiry will give nn old 9 4 I fashion barbecue on the 29th oi June There will be speaking to represent both lodges Kvetybody come and bring your friends Mr Andrew Mercer who has been organizing in Hopkins eoantv lor the U M W of A has returned and accepted a position with the Central Coal lion Co- MessrFComodorc and Ettell Brown of Denver Dam are painting the Central Coil Iron Cos store at Render Mr E F Rowe is on the sick list at this writing Mrs Clyde Rowe who has betn in Pinevllle lor her health for the past mouth will return next Sunday Let every Republican do his duty that Isto support the party nomi nees at the November election for county officers RASTUS Hardly a day passes in families where thete are children in which Ballards Snow Liniment is not need ed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Bruises burns and Scalds Price 25 and 50 eta J H Williams m Sad Tragedy- A Sold tragedy occurred at Bennetts town Saturday in which Rudolph KHIeVew aged eleven years wa shot and killed bf Walter ilimptoi aged twelve From the evidence biought out before the coroners jury the deed seems to have been wanton There was only one eye witness to the deplorable tragedy the nineyearaid brother ot the deceased Sherman Klllebrew lie testified before the jury that he and his brother hail rOle to Walter Hamptons house and asked him to go with them to hunt wild strawbettles The three started down the road and had gone but a lew yards when Hampton asked that they watt for him a few minutes as he had lor gotton something at the house Whet he returned he had a pistol in his hand which he aimed at Rudolph and without a word he fired his vie tim falling dead with a bullet in his heart Annie Crimes colored testi fied that she bad seen Hampton fre quently with the pistol which be longed to his mother and bad heard him shoot it in the yard I M Brame testified that about three qnirters ol an hour litter the killing he fund the dead child face downward in the 101 in a pool ol blood and turned the body over aud wiped the blood from Its face Horace Moss another witness made practically the same statement as frame The lolloping verdict was returned by the coroners jury We the jury summoned and sorn by the cononer bf Christian county to loik into the cause ol the death ol Rudolph Killebrew aged eleven years find ion the evidence that he came to his death from pistol shot in the hads of Walter Hampton the ball taking effect just over the nipple of the left breast We further find that the shooting was done intentionally June r 1911 about 4 oclock p m near Beunettstown Coroner Allensworth who held the Inquest Sunday morning made an eflort to arrest Hampton but the lad had run away and could not te found Officers are on the track and he win no doubt scon be captured Hopkine vllle Independent u HAYR 111Wealth of is a woman attraction is i gladly send you that tells just how to care for the hair If your hair is too thinor Ing Its- luster gct hair wealthIndeed specIally Every otherphysical rJhave MM P1 vigorous druff is color It to youth before hair 100 a a I baTe now for round It recommended In every w rvIQorTakehundreds of all tell the body wants Vigor to I snail can that tli halt Vigor Sir Nov55 Write 155 TJ i drtlte Ton dont DONT I write Uie ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Mid only by MiJIion MeW ItkpspackagPrice I In bulk Accept no jubill I oapoAiss lute Ask your drurrltI Slow lre Tear SLidery Di I nobb Slrace Pill cure iii kidney iUe Si10 trco Add IIuUog Uemedl CuCIitcaio or 111 1 A tL 14 BAD BLOOD BAD COMPLEXION The akin it the seat of an almost end less variety of diseases Therare kncwu by various names but to the saute cause acid and other poIsons in the bloOd that irritate and interfere the proper action of the akin To have a smooth soft skin free from all eruptions the blood mutt be kept pure healthy The many preparations arsenic and potash and large of face powders and lotions generally uplormanently the ugly blotches and the red disfiguring pimples Eternal vlgllanoo to the roe of a hoautlful oomploxlon when such remedies are relied on Mr IUT Mob Avenue Bt Ixita Mo 0Il1I daughter wu afflicted for yean with a dlfturla eruption on her face which renlucd sit trealmtnt wat taken to two celebrated health aprlDge but received no bene at Sliny did were VeCtThId but without result until we dtdded 10 611 aIIId II the time te Srt battle ftnlhrd Ibpelon boron todtMppctt A doaea bottle cured hal miopieteit 154 lien skin perfectiy smooth Ste is now and nota sign of the embarraulng dtJO crer returned- S S S is a positive unfailing cute for the worst forms troubles It L- Ithe I of all blood purifiers and the only one guaranteed vegetable Bad blood makes bath complexions ssspurifies and hlvlp rite old and makes new rich blood that nourishes the body and kepI the kin nctiva and healthy and in proper condition to perform part I carrying oft the impurities rota body Ifyou have Eczema Tetter Acne Salt Rheum Psoraala or akin Is rough atisi aenit for our book ou I lid Skin Diseases and write our phyil clans about ollr case No charge whatever for this service SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA OA Compliments of Voters to Worthy Candidates- The farmers now should arrange aI- to bow About the good candidates huh For hes sure to come as our best chum When be statts out making a mash It is nearly time not in rymth nor in thyme But for grasping the tnttlc hand Theyll tell us all both the great and the small To be loyal to our party man Wherever we go both the highgui the low Well be filled with their wily deceit Theyll know us at home or wherev er we roam Except at the county seat Theyll know every one and exactly whose son From his great grtatgrandfithei down But sisal when elected their memo ties grow faint If we happen to meet them at town Ab treacherous wight we thee arIght It is not So and So but self Though thy conscience accuse we rc fraln in abuse Thou nit not seeking friendship hat pelt We know it is sight to think they Are bright And retrain from treating them cool But its pleasant to muse oer the joke at ruse As to which of tbe twain is the fool Though the custom Is old it is unlike tod And its value pays Karce fur a frown For tbe kindness tendered them at our homes They I ont us tbe boel at town Though I say It in fun when the o ing is done The fact is about like this Of our good will they have had thtir till- Whenever they run out cf gtis With a conscience bright theyll Ulk to us right But watch how they pay us the ttlct My friend you know with rue yen should go But my wile she says she is sick The writers views in this paper of news Youll find as cross as two ticks For it certainly Jas to oe lob ways And watch out for camratgn tricks N PK If your sight is blurred with specks and spots floating before your eyes or you have pained on the right side un der the ribs then your liver is de ranged and you need a lew doses ot Herbinc to regulate it Price 50 cIa J II Williams In- To the Conred people throughout the county The greatest day ever witnessed among the coored people In Hartlod wilt be at the Alpha Jlo1l list church here tile 5 h Sunday in this month It is a great rally in which the church is ttilvlng to canI ceills entire Indebtedness prize race that day between Misses I Mamie Morton and Nollie Parks There will be three sermons preached bv Rev A R France D D RlvJ II May D D and Rev Lnrkin times IJvciyloly invttd Co and spend a happy ray with us J H MAY aI You may us well expect to run team engine without water as to fi Rn active em rgctic man with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver Is turptd when he dues nut relish his loud or feels dull soil languid alter eating citeD has headache aud some times dizziness A few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets will restre his liver to Its nor I mal functions reuew his vitality Im prove hIs indigestion and make him feel like a new man Price 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Iros drug store To CUff Oouitlpallon FoWTcr orIIGIII jr rif f T1 a 41 r 41 4 I June Bargains I 4 4 WILL bo foumlespccinllynttnictivont Hartfords 41 noted trading PlttCI T COLLINS Wo in 4tClll to commemorate our big Spring trade by of jj 41 fering oxtm inducements to tho public to mnko h 4OUflI 4 their favorite store To do this wo will i t 4make it worth their timo to give us tho prefer 4 41 cnco when purchasing Dry Goods i 4 J4 4 4 To the Ladies41 4WE wish to say that we have sonic rare bargains J 4 4 for their especial benefit These nro found in 41 great profusion in our Wash Goods department 4 4 Furnishings and Millinery Wo are amply pro 41 to fit tho ladies out with anything thoy 1wear or with which they adorn themselycs at tho tJo 41 most economical prices t 41 tJo 4 I 91 4- b41 For Gentlemen 4 4 WE have everything for wear which tho tibetC4fitstidious taste could desire This is especially 41 applicable to our lines of Shirts Neckties and i 4lInt In Clothing wo have tho most seasonable J 4goods at moneysaving prices Wo have every j 41 tiling that men need to wear You can dress tJo 4o1l very cheaply by trading nt our store j i 4 As to Prices i41 tJo 4 WK will juoto u few of tho many sjwcitilly good i 41 41 things awaiting 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EQUAL TO OtWNW MAOABN PAWS ol con sider it a ecesslty It InspiringIts I I entertaining ansi of the highest wiur MUM Tttn Zmh1517 it LAM orter It contains aeni1 satmonalism nor j IncreasingI I I SabtcrlptloH Price 1 JO a Year Tea Cents a Copy I I Send Ten Cents 1enltfavingI N famous Defiance or Stag at Bay Mention this offer when you Address WOMANS HOME COMPANION Springfield Ohio J flaNew Smith Premiers Nos i6 longTheThese new machines in essential principles are the as Models 2 3 and 4lDIequaled for Prloit Matter Fete JmithQniIrrWtH1rihr month contrib the family perts are jHI ten IS mi Hundreds ftdfosands family painting write 5 412 Walnut Strpot Cincinnati Ohio 11U 1 c j 1 J V ie i fl c L i 11fco 1 OC1ft tI- 4i iiARE showing n lino of seasonable Wash Goods in Si till the lato closiniblo shades such ns Green Yellow L Pink and Blue in both solid and figured Prices T run from lOc to 2oc per yard i i FOR IrtSTflrtCE iI Pretty fancy figured SwiSfevolr swellat 25e a Now lino figured Dimities 8c1 t jWhitePretty quality India Linens at lOc to 30c 4 Skirts 20c 3 Pretty Fancy Pongcc25coxnctpatternsofFoulardsilksa from 3e to 1 fie per yard g f Lace allover for yokes 2oc to 1 a yard in white Accrue and black Genuine Torchon Laces 5c to 20c 4y e Big lino Swiss and Hamburg Embroideries with thesoIo ij t Fans and Parasols I i Ten dox pretty now Fans 5c n regular 10contcr 2 Five 107 extra quality Funs at lOc what otherJ houses want 15c for i locbuys an elegant Fun with silk tassel Han Tfjf die elegantly carved 2 425c gets ono of our fiule linen Funs Como in 3und black Wuuhfhcheap at tt5c Fifty iJ44 cents and Too buys our finest silk Fans All nice 2 ly finished in silver tinsel 7 t Misses Parasols lJ5e to 125 o Pure whito silk Pamsols plain for 100 jf 4isto rf4Luliessolid blach Pamsols 150 to 250 g a I Pure Taffeta Silk colored Umbrellas 300a qualityJ 7ST If you want seasonable uptodate goods at t t prices that shut out competition visit iHartfords 40 t Popularbf J J tfl t Practical Aids for Teachers and Applicants TheorykqUILU6tlll cannjt be Icarued Irvin a text hook 2 A Guide to Study in the PreparationIFor Teachers Certificate PL II ii not ft book prepare byone iguoraut of the teachers and applicanta but ia Ibe result of experience of eloyj tn years In the schoolwork by an unlember of the State J I pocketI4I teachers anti applicants must haveaa PRICE 100 Three Copies to one Address 225 Cash With Order Books Mailed same day order is Reaeivedt SEND ALL OUDEKS TO JflS Ii FUQUA JR- Russellvllle Ky 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNU 7 Illinois Contral Railroad Time Tablo Nw tlrnn card inking rffrct Baoday lrc t1HK a ooou North Hound Hnnlli llotintl No Ill da 637 a m No 1JI dulIoIlI m NolMdaMpm No 101 due fWp In p n No Ill due I 111 it- JMeiI frclRhli- No 1M da IMaID No IN due S60 p c 8 B VAUUKTK Ainit jIMILdLlti UN- bt II sold b drcItL- P i Ct N UMPTION For nice fresh Candles call at Singer Office Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake al- I Singer Office intowrIPractical and scientific boretshoelng twenty years experience 45 8t 4AB ROWE Centertown Ky r LOST One red cow with white oo 4 hips both horns slipped one broken atthe end unmarked Any inlorma tlon concerning her will be thankfully received MRS RACtinr FERGUSON Beaver Dam Ky DOCTORS Consumption can bo cured II Naturoalonowontdolt Itneeds help v Doctors say fr I Scotts EmulsionI- s the best help II But you must Its use eon In hot I weatherIf not tried II end for tree sample SCOTT It JIOWN8 Chemltti 40041 reatl Street New York 1 joe and 100 all drnjriUt J c Col S A Dent is In town C K Canon Beda called to see us TuesdayIRanny is out again after I a few days illness SMri to tee ns yesterdaycFor delicious Cream and Sherbet call at tbe Singer Office Mr Willis H Stewart Manda I made us o pleasant call Tuesday Miss Alma Ford Fotdsville visit Ied the Misses Marks first of the week Try Cherry Orange and Blackberry I Phosphates Ice cold at Singer 003ccs Messrs M L Heavrlu and Pon Rogers were in Fotdsville yesterday Prof Fred Taylor Russellvllle Is t visiting his uncle Mr S T Stevens Miss Minnie Baldwin is visiting in Braver Dam and attending commence rueut Mrs Oren Leach is quite sick at the residence of Mr John M Leach near t Beaver Dam Miss Ethel Bennett Beda visited the family of Mrs Lou Tweddell first weekrEsq J A Park is again with his family We are glad to have Squire with us again Mr Jas T Sauderlur has sold hifinterest In the grocery to his partner Mr W D More Mr C R Martin Morgantown hastreturned to Hartfcrd and will open a jewelry storefMiss Oma Westei field Pleasant I Ridge visited the Misses Woe tier Saturday and Sunday Prof Jas H Puqua 01 Rnsseltvllle representing the American Book Co was in town yesterday Mrs Rebecca Vaught is quite ill If you want a refreshing drink of Soda Water Lemonade or Phosphates call ot the Singer Office Mr Gto W Davidson Barretts Ferry made Tun RRPUBLICAN a very pleasant call Wednesday Have yon seen tbe adof Prof Jas H Fuquas Practical Aids for teachers In another column Mr Asbford Mills Is representing the Preston Motion Post at the G A R Encampment at Covington Mr J L Klein bas accepted the position in the Herald office recently vacated by Mr 0 G Williams Wagon wheels refilled ten dollai per setA B Rows Centertown Ky Mr John B Wilson and wife went to the Point Monday Mr Wiltoa Is doing some surveying in that locality Miss Susie Ree Miller Owensboro who has been visiting Miss Maggie Marks for sometime returned howe Tuesday The orders ol Red Men and Od Fellows will give a picnic at McHen ry the agth It promises to be quite a swell Mrs J B Poster and niece Miss Hattie lUrnttt were the guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert Sanders of MaHen ry Wednesday Mr George Wblttaker of near Bo lord died Tuesday of consumtlon Ills remains were burled at Barnett creek Wednesday Mr C E Raley has his withdrawal card In another column from the Magisterial race In the Cromwell Magisterial distric- tVANTEDTen chestnut or white oak telephone polls 30 feet in lenglhI eight inches at tip phone Telegraph Co Render proposes to entertain theIold soldier boys again In July werent satisfied with the 30th ii rained and spoiled the daytMr Ed Wade ol near Adahburg lied Saturday from rheumatic troub let Ills remains were burled at Adabburg graveyard Sunday Miss Mattine All Bowling Green a who Las been visiting her uncles lam hy Capt S K Cox left Wednesday r a short visit in Owensboro We will deliver Cream and Sherbet to any patt ol the city Rongh River phone No 32 Cumberland No 46 3 rings SINGRR OFFICEI t Mr Albert Leisure has accepted the wall contract betweed Hartford and thOm lie supersedes Uncle Blllie Westeifield Mr Leisure took charge of his work Saturday Prof and Mrs A P Taylor Misses Hula Drake and lone Robinson KirkBmacsvllle and Miss Effie Hartford visited Mr Taylors parentst near Wettetfield first of the pPhillipser Jas Ashby and John W Sanderfur were summoned as jurors at the Owensboro Federal Court Monday Strawberries Ice Cream Sherbet ces Lemonade and all kinds ol cool- Ing drinks at Gtiffind drug store Go and takeyour sweetheart and en ol oy a tetestete in their new ice cieam parlor Prof Chas H Bills has just closed very successful school at Greenville nd is with his parents near towns h Prol Ellis contemplates attending at Valparaiso Ind the ensu rig year cllickedttdaytried again at the Fair grounds tomorrow week at which time the toys will swipe Centratl rom the lace of the earth Chlldrens Day will be celebrated at Chapel Sundayand basket inner served on the giound The o- hurch is located in a beautiful glove which has a charm lor all The church has an excellent choir which will fur uish music for the occasion All who attend will be loyally entertained The First National flank ot Hartford has just received 25cO in currency from the governmeut in ten and twenty dollar bills They have beenC b rICthe bank and filatl01rlSundayPoint Pleasant basket dinner on the ground is part ol the ptojram The gojd people ol the Point community a- will maintain their old time custom of hospitality by making all their vlsl ors members of their famllUs for that only Sunday rMrand most efficient postmaster hast tlHeavrinthither in a short while Mr Heav rlu is having it repainted bcth inside nd out No bolter location could beh Quite a number 01 the election offi ers ol last tall have neglected return ug the keys to the ballot boxes should have bern returned the th ol May but only a few have come n Unless they are returned soon the clerk will te compelled to proceed against them according to law So youd better come trottin in boyssl Capa Davis gave loud Tuesday in tae sum oi rooo and Is now at liber ty again He gave one of the best bonds that has been recorded in the Circuit Clerks office for quite a while He was refused ball on his examining trial His lawyer Mr H P Taylor feels sanguine that when tbe id are brought out at tbe trial he will b acquitted The Hartford Pension Board exam ined the following gentlemen Wed nesday for an increase In their pen aloes Geo W Davidson Barretts Ferry Wm D Park Barretts Ferry James Cooper Fordsville and Ja Mr Webster from Grayson county The board is composed of the following physician SJ Wedding J SSmlth and S D Taylor rsMr Ben S Chamberlin of No Creek has just received a check for 25 from the prize bureau ol the National Tribune Washington D C for guessing the seventh prize in their May contest Mr Chamberlin guess ed within No 14 of first prize was 4000 Ben will llkly wake an other guess scon We congratulate him on his success dMr 0 G Williams left Tuesday for Crowley La where he has ac cepted a osition with the Signal Mr Williams is a very popular young man and leaves a large circle o Irlends who wish him that merited success which comes to such coble youths Owen has the best wishes oI TUB REPUBLICAN for a harvest of nn bounded success The board of trustees met Wednesday night and put out the street lamps turned the bogs out ol the pen drove the marshal from town andIlIsmlssed tbe city attorney The meeting was open and some interest ing speeches were made We earn catty monrn the departed lights weep that the hogs are free but this s the end of all forrow Mr Luther Rogers of Balzetown been strongly urged by friends in he district to make the race for the 7Republican nomination for Magistrate n the Cromwell district His loca ion is near the center of the four pre clncts He Is well qualified for the office and one of the bet and most substantial citizens ol tbe county II nominated and elected he would make good officer A reward of 75 has been offered by tbe Governor for tbe capture of Chat lie Brown for shooting V L Anderson This amount has been supplemented by Anderson 25 an Inducement ol 109 for the capture of Blown I a sufficient amount to attract atten ion of the detective forces In all piobablllty Brown will be captured in a short while at any rate he ought to be and severely dealt with when captured IMr Marvin Cook died at the rest euce of his brother Mr E G CookI uford Sunday morning His ie ains were buried at Beda Sunday af ternoon We were unable to learn the cause of his death He had three- hysicians and they pronounced threeI diseases lie was taken sick Monday night and died the following Sunday morning He was a very popular young man liked by all lie was not married Mrs J W Thomas died at her real dence near Rosine the 17th ol May consumption and was burled at the McCotd giaveyard the folio ving I Sunday funeral services were conducted by Rev Romans She lelt B husband and one little boy to mourner eternal absence She bad been ick for quite a long while and for many weeks her life was dispared of She was a faithful and devoted mem her of the M E Church in which I she has lived a consecrated ember most of her life Mr Thom ni the sympathy of a Lot of friends Attention Farmers Hnvo you grain to soil or grind On Juno 15th wo will close our mill for tho purposo f remodelling and enlarging tho capacity of same and will remain closed until July 1st Como to mill at once antlhavo enough ground to last ouIBeaver Dam Milling Co Marriages W H Mldkiff Magan to Miss Kiper Magan Date ol marIe June4I- 4ac Dabney Horton to Miss Ef hiageJuneCard of Thanks Sometime ago I announced myself s a candidate for magistrate in the Cromwell Magisterial District subject to the action of the Republicans party Since that time I Mr Luther Rogers is a candidate fur toran man office living near the center of district I have consulted with mya iends as to the best way and into consideration the interest of myI arty as well as my own Interest I ave decided to withdraw from the lace Thanking my friends for the interest they have sLown asking them to be loa 0 Mr Rogers and- o the entire ticket Thinking our ticket todd not be excelled I am 3 outs truly June 5 1901 C E RALEY JennieTo have a tound beautllul eck wiggle your head from side to ide every night take Rocky Mountain Tea Its a short cut to a grace ful form 35c Ask your druggist 1 4 ALBERT S RALPH Says lie Still Belongs to Uncl Sara and is Not a Deserter FalseeFt LeavenworthKansMar 3101 Dear readersIt has been reported in your town and community that I was a deserter ftom the U S Arm It ha4 already been corrected in a for ruer issue ot Trig REPUBLICAN but I wish to say a lew words that j on may know that I am still a soldier boy and will be until properly dls charged I do not know how the re pott slatted but it was the fault ol some one In the fort and not in Hart lord I have never had any desire or intentions of deserting for I am we pleased and am in the finest cavalry poits in the United States We have a riding school here for 1the purpose of teaching the boys hoi to rfde and to cut monkey shines on boreback The riding hall is 350 let t by 200 feet and we are made to lead our horses in the ball and mount them bareback tie up the reins sit up erect old our arms and gallop all around the ball Sometimes a fellov falls off but that desnt amount to much for againIwill not hurt you We are also taught lo gallop our horses along and pick up our bat or any thing that I easily carried and to dismount and mount without checking the horse We have a fine library here and ev ery one is welcome to use it so long as they return the bcoks We will be at St Louis the isth ol June sad will stay there three months and likely go to New Mexico- I write this short socalled letter just to let my friends know that I still belong to Uncle Sam Yours respy ALBERT S RALPH 14th Cavalry Tioap E honors For Hardin Craig Hnrdln Craig an Oweniboro boy i has recently taken the degree of Ph D at Princeton Nj graduating magna cum lasde Mr Craig last year won the Charles Scribner prize 600 in literature being the first student a graduate ot Princeton to carry oft that honorOwensboro Inquirer Dont get side tracked in business Dullness sometimes passes for deathI Men with brains reach the goalI Rocky Mountain Tea puts gray matI ter into ones head 350 Ask yourI druggist m K JRoughwill decorate the graves ol their deceased brothers at Oakwojd cemetery on Sunday alterm on June 9th at 330 oclock The Lodge desires that ev cry member be at the cemetery promptly at the time designated and they are requested to bring flowers The public is invited to attend andI especially the members of the RathI bone Lodge are invited to be present The following program will be rendered Opening Song By the Lodge Address TJ Morton C CrDecorating Graves by the Lodge AddressOur Lodge Jno 0 Wilson K ofR S Closing Song By the Lodges tSW H BARNES Com JNO T MOORE j Tho Cumberland Telephone Co lNCOIIIOIlATRDI Operating exchanges and toll lines n Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and c connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Centertown and surrounding country Theywish to make their service as comprtbenslve and valuable as possl ble and make a specialty ol furnishing service to parties living In the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchangetRites and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Will ams Drug Store Haitian KyfFRANK PIERCE Mnagerr The Egg Joke At a small gathering the other night iometoty started the egg joke aroll big Did you ever hear the story ol the oiled egg he solemnly inqulr of some one across the table No was the innocent answer Its hard to heat said the joker with much gravity You cant help smiling at these and alter the laugh died down somebody sprung this Did anybody hear about the egg I in the coffee That settles it replied the funny- man bluntly Of coarse there was another laugh nd then a brief silence It loked as f the jokes had been exaueted But presently a little woman at one tend of the table Inquired in a high soprano voice If any body present had btarJ the story ol the three eggsiThe guests thook their ne man said NoIThe little woman smiled v Two bad she saidtFor relief and comfort in Asthma Ballards Horthound Syrup has no equal Price 25 ando cts J II Williams m Educate Your Bo reu with CucareU Candy Cathartic cure conillpallon forever Oce ItCO0a1tdruggtiisnetun4nonc ScrofulaIeFew are entirely free from II It may derclop so eltrfly ni to cntm UUa It Any ItutbAn v ilurliix Die vlol jxrloJ of thIMliootl It may then prixluco Irrventarlty of lie Itoinncli nnd IxiweM dynpcpilu catarrli umptonbeforeeruption or glandular swelling quitelyretion you can rely on Hoods SarsaparillaThe best of all medicines for all humors WAPELLA ILL June 3Some ot your readers might like to hear from this part oi the country as this is a great corn and oat land Oats look very well there was the usual crop seeded but 11ou account of bad seed in some locall tics part ot the oat crop was plowed under and put in corn but that was a- very light per cent 01 the crop The IIIbad seed was oats that were threshed alter the rains last harvest Corn planting is a thing of the past those that had not finished before finished last week Mr John Beat south ol town told me Saturday moaning that he would finish Saturday he liked about fifteen acres being done at that time That would not sound to some of your reader like be would finish that day with about ten ollt to break But I will tell you how he was working it He had ones three horse plow and two tour horse gang plows The gang plows have two fourteen Inch plows each and he had a four horse harrow following the plows The harrow cuts eighteen or twenty feet I never noticed what his was but that is the two sizes they use hereMr Beat told me That when he fin ished that field he would have 265 to ninety five acres ofcorn planted His last was planted on clover pasture laniand will mature before frost There was a great deal of corn planted last week A Mr Watson told me he planted sixty acres last week As I drive all the time it gives me a chance to see what the farmers are doing I saw a number of planters working last week To day most ev eryone had begun to cultivate the early planting and in a days drivel through the country I never saw a walking cultivator they were all rid ing and mist every one was using the Surfice Cultivator The Surfice has two klves on either side of the row 01I corn that you can adjust to any angle that you wish The knives are four teen or sixteen Inches in length and from two to four in width As to the prospects for a crop with good warm rain it would be good if cool weather continues it will be so good for the early corn looks yellow and weak a warm rain would make it start oft nicely if we do not have to wait to long for it Corn Is worth 40 ctsthat means shelled and deliveredthey never sell any at the crib here The best for 190180 far 42 cts We do not raise wheat to speak of Vlshing Tug REPUBLICAN and all my old friends success I am yours truly W H ILEU Call at Z Wayne Griffin Brof rug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets They are an elegant physic rhey also improve the appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate liver and bqwelg They are easy o take and pleasant In tffcttTo Much Love Lincoln Neb June 4Alberl city solicitor for a wholesale grocery house and prominent in so iety here and Mrs Mabel II Walk er took poison at Brinks room at a hotel In an effort lo commit suicide When found early today she was dead Brink may recover He is in the custody of the police Bunk says the dead woman and himself were in iatuated that she challenged him to die with her and they both swallowed cocaine and wood alcohol A sallow jaundiced skin is a symp orn of disordered liver as it srlngn row biliary poisons retained in the blood which destroy energy cheer fulness strength vigor happiness and life Herblne will restore the natural functions of the live Price 50 cents J H Williams m A Religious Fanatic New York June 4A dispatch from Rome says While the pops was at work in his private room a maniac made his way i to the anteroom and aboutedeThe pope is dead I am his socw cessor Give me the crown The noble guards on duty seized the intruder and prevented him from pen i etrating to the popes chamber But the holy father bad heard the shout ie ordered the man to be arrested lie turned out to be Valentino Pat erno a religious hnatic lie was taken to a lunatic asylum How he pasted the gatekeepers gurda and nbers all the way from the outer gate to the Vatican to he very door of the popes room is a mystery yet unexplained Abide from the serious Inconven ecce and pain caused by piles there s a tendency to fistula and to cancer in the lectal regions Piles should ot be allowed to run on unchecked Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment is In infallible remedy Price 50 cts a bottle tubes 75 cts J H Williams flungO419TOrtA3ht Mid YwHawWM Bflqgbt BlpatRre 1Msr fUdUZ EYERYBODY9SSTOREWo AVo are right after your business Wo are willing to handle your Wool and Produce at a loss to ourselves in order to swell the seasons business and bring you in contact with the largest stock of General Merchandise you over saw and to provo to you beyond all doubt that wo can supply the best goods at the lowest prices also to maintain our reputation as the largest dealers in WOOL nnd COUNTRY PRODUCE in the Green River Country They Keep Coming Spring goods are arriving overyhoxsome line which ought to ap peal to you Wo are putting them on our counters bright and fresh and you will got the pickof tho best goods over a111gradesCottons in different qualities Lawns from tho cheapest to best endless variety of Wash Dress Fabrics White Goods in all the now effects Silk and Woolen Dress Goods in now patterns Ladies Skirts Col lars Belts Corsets Vests and Hose to suit tho season Beautiful Fashions Our Hats present tho most stylish things in Millinery art These Hats arc beautiful designs and tho price is lower too than it should bo but we shall bo glad to sell them confident of tho pleasure you will have in wearing any of them our main wo show tho of and to place On account of the Pan American Exposition round trip tickets will be sold at following rates and limits 18 99 on sale only on each Monday during the month cf May limited to five days for return 25 20 on sale dally limit fifteen days 28 45 on sale daily limit October 31 for ie turn S B VANMETBR Agt OA sWi iiIA- B KM Yn Hate Ahran BlpatRre lIdsor ca llnowrluc- 40enn nnM In the Knath prom hughes Tonic n treat nmedjr for ChllU cud nil Mnlnthil Keren IittUr than Calomel end Quinine Con no Annenlo luornnUedtrjr U At brng lIta Me ODd 1100 bottles S7UW Reunion The Green River Reunion Association composed of the nth zyth and and 26th Ky Inft and 12th Ky Cav will hold their annual reunion at Morgantown Ky on Green River on the 4th of July 1901 The committee on cordially invite all exPederal and ex Americau soldiers to attend A free dinner will be rerved them and their wives Excursions from Bowling Green above and Cal hoon below will enable the public to attend who are also Invited J T RIVES Secy been many Thought ful people have learned that true mer- It comes only with the genuine Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madison Co 3SC Ask your druggist at travel appointing ucvnU others for Iorollooking after our IntermU 8900 airy Ronrnntwd earij eitra comiDluloni nd eipennwi rnpld advancement old establish bones Urnad tbanre for earnest inns or oman I Permanent position liberal oli lw lines WrItatones antis LUES 23 hnrrhNt Ii itnr Iliivru Conn Rough River Telephone Company ixroiroiuTiD Talk being cheap and necessar you should home folks whorl you oun buy your own phones build our own lines and in with thin whole and by only paying H to the Rough River Companyor be nt oti Call on A E Fate Hartford KYI for Wi connect with all Impendent Companies Out Inducements There are people who hold out inducements thiit never materialize You wont find our Shoe inducementliko that Tho Shoes bettor than our claims if our customers are to bo believed Bottom Prices Wo have hammered tho prices on our Clothing Stock to the bottom notch and our lino of lIens Suits us to style and finish aro unequaled Young men lookat our lineit will do you good Rough WearersSBoys aro particularly hard on clothes in tho Spring We carry tho sort that will stand tho strain and still look well They are made for wear comfort and appearance Price depends on tho size of tho boy So Many Patterns- Of are lucre that wo believe tho one you want is among them It doesnt matter what sort of a room you want it for largo or small gorgeous ot simple tho car pot is here After looking through store remember can you greatest lino Furniture Cooking Stoves Wagons Buggies Fertilizers Sowing Machines be found anywhere Remember tho E BARNES BRO Dsalers in Everything You Need SEAVER DM sY tEaliii 1aug- 11NieesWorlh arrangements exConfederate Spanish Itnltatorslmve Med- Icine uaranfeec900 YearlyMen TtrrOIiU patronize talking distanco county business generally rensonablrnt Telephone tllywill expense particulars Holding holdout quality Carpets P HEADACHE a bib nay svifa and mysifhavbenr- eIn CASOAILET and they are th ben medicine we hIITe ever had in the Sousa Last week my wIfe wu rrantlo with heidsch for- twodais she tried lomoof SOurCASCARETS abS they relieved the pain In her bead almost lxnmedtetely 4CeAPlflsburg Sate Deposit Co PltLtburr Pa CANDY wgtTRADe DoGoodNvsrickenCURE CONSTIPATION IlIs Sd tp QIIIp WssU I T liT a1ldrgIwu The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist Hno Dlicovertr of SwanpRwt at Work fame Laboraiora There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep tive Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy ara often the result of kidney disease If troubla Is allowed to advance lbs kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the blood tha albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright Disease the worst form cf trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases liter all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Rootand Its wonderful cures Address Dr Ktlm r It Co Binghamton N Y and mention this paperSn Sj COW P13A- SSOJABEANS p I are two of the most profitable crops lralnAV Other aeatooable seeds you may need jt are Seed Corn Mlllett YeIet Beans- w Sorghum or Cane Broom Corn Kalllr t Corn Buckwheat Rape Ctc Wa carry the target and Best col lection ol Seeds In the Central Weft Including Vegetable Field Grata and Flower Seedi OUR CATALOOUG gives full Infor mation about all and will be Mailed FRee provldlncOl menttonthia paper 4 use t the Seed you and well qu te low prices WOOd StubbS iCO e8GICD MGN- C LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY AVctrfablrPrcparatiOlifOrALS I linfi Ihc Stomachs andUowcls of t I Promo ce DigeslionChectful nessad RcstyOnlalns OplurI u nor Nov NARCOTIC i a vw rLfrrscmcrrrrma S1 I rorContipalion jGJl WormsConvulsionsFsNcnsh ness andLoss OF SLR Ep fAcsimile Signature o- rGllil I NEW YORK WRAPPC9i Jj r For and I of 0 Th =I 1 JCtVc UAaxaczJ A JCAvcn JA syo0 A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST YOUR t i Fifty Cants a Year Loss Than a Penny A Number at Ga i After a carter of muo or lofs activity In time Southern field for M II over a quarter ofitsntnry llic Sunny South hUll again be onto II over to Southern renders and Southern writers and b theirowu story paper Hiort stories sketches Incidents of war nnd Lopence antcdotcs nt home Ideuf fWh lons for house kct ers to old and ANTHONY HOPI now fn lrJct with full synaptis to cover former hi k Lovers by Maurice Tliomp to Iwxln April 27ih be read with absorbing Interest II hout the is hole South Tlds Is your and only 60 cents for r fll your ofit Think of ltl 6O cent pti e la cents n year No agents commission The paper Id Its own bett 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CENTS Models nllnOiiinftT UsteQudlh inches inches I 412 Walnut Stroot Cincinnati Ohio ifJlc Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNK 7 LET THE TARIFF REST McKinley Favors Tariff Reform When It Is Necessary Protection for American Indus tries is What Ameri ca Needs Secretary Gage our others familiar with the Pi esidenls views on the Tar tfl question nee very much nmused over the statements in n number cl newspapers to the ells t that the Pees tdent wants the Tariff modlfitd lit expressions of opinion on the tecipro city question fnrnith the ground Iron which such Inferences ore made This is the very test authority for saying that all such inferences an without any foundation whatever The President does m t want any Tar ifs changes now and has not long age expressed himself to that effect At r meeting in the White house So tat ts reciprocity is concerned his spin Iou on that sue j ct is just the same now as it was when he supported the reciprocity provision in the McKinle net of 1891 He frequently spoke it lavor of reciprocity in the Fifty firs Congress and time and again ndvo cated the subject on the stump befor he became resident Hence his re cent expressions of opinion in regale to reciprocity ate no indication ot any change in view on his rate on the Tarifl question The Republican patty has alwayi favored Tariff changes when deemec- t J he wise In way the Tatif has been changed at different times so that instead of practically all atti ces being on the dutiable list as was the case at one time neatly half cf the imports are now altogether fee of duty At the same time there have been reductions In rates on the dutia ble articles There will be other changes in the futuie bnt President McKinley is not in favor of any action in the way of a revision of the Tacit in the existing Congress But he fo in favor of reciprocity and unquestionably something will be done or that sue ject at the next session Hit views in that respect however as al iready stated have not changed in tin yearsSome sent to the last Congress it can be said did not represent any ripe opinion in their favor on the part ot the Presi dent lie never recommended the ratification of the French treaty Hi transmitted it to the Senate without recommendation In private conver sation he is understood to have told some Senators who opposed that treaty that he had not time personal ly to investigate the merits of each etude but that he was in favor cf a reciprocity treaty and that if tbtII trrvtjr was not acceptable to the ate it should nmecd it and make it nc crptabie ns it has done with ether reties lie was opposed however I to shelving it as was done in the Sen ale Still that WaR largely the resul it Democratic oppotttou to the shipping and some oiher measures which I muchIictcd on Suchof them as are alive will un deubtelty be considered by the next Senate jut it does not follow by ant means that they will be ratified at drawn up by Commissioner Kasson II he hd taken the ptitme to consult with Senators and had not relied so much on his own ideas as to how the reitics slmnld be drawn they would have fartd better with the Senate i Secretary lillY has learned n lesson if that respect and now when he Is tie totiHting H treaty like tbrt concern in the Nicaragua C nal he taker pains In ron lIlt the Senators nnd has said that he would net send another treaty to Congress without knowing whether or not it would be ratified Fur thnt reason he had not reijrtiated turneddHER FAIRY FEET j Brim mr a tiny mouscs skin The boisterous tanner cried IIt must be as a rose leal thin And scarce three fingers wile lIe seized the fragile tiny WUhln his brawny hand bitIend cast it In the teething And so the skin was tannelIthen came n cobbler to With tools the cobblers use I InouseslITell me I naked 0 cobbler tell For whom there morceaux be A lover bade me build them well heIiVhrre dwells this maid with fairy feet IIn wonderment I cried old man shl ted In his seat Chicago he replied E gene Field OASTQnXABeat the- Bigluat its Kind You Hats AlwarJ Bough 41IAnother 011 Field Dallas Tex June 3 A great tttike ot nil has been made at Sonr Lake twenty miles northwest of Beaumont A well was struck at 5 oclock yesterday evening In the rear of Y the Sour take lintel andAt once be came a gusher fl swing 15 oob bar tels a day The new ttrike so far Irom the Benunont field has citified renewed excitement nil oven Texas and a rush to the new district is already on Y Globe Sights A bald beaded man says he doesnt cue but he does If you never impose on your kin that is something to your credit All that the average saving man needs is on excuse and he will blow his money Getting marled is a mo e Sl dons c mtract than it looks when the I rife t marching up the nisle From U I Atchison Globe A WORtHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under The Sun All Docks have tiled to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid- CUtCII l inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membtHQes causing them io crack open and bleed The power Inl acids used in the inhalers hive entirely eaten away the same mem branes that their makers have aimed in cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has tor many years made a clitee study and sptciility ol the treatment ol Catarrh has atllast perfected a treat went which when fiitblully used not only relieves at once but permanent ly cures Catarrh by removtii the cause ttopoine the discharges and curing all infUmmatinn It is tht only temedy known to science that 11ttsTlillonderlnlSnuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Care and w sold at the extreme o v price ol One Dollar each packagt containing internal and external medicine sufficient for n full month treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCureas the only sale and positive cure for that annoying nnd disgusting disease It cures all icfi mation quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snufllrs1 wit ave you If you use it at cncs It It no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postively guaran teed to cure Catarrh in any f rm or tage if used according to the direc tions which accompany each package Dont cielay but send tor it ct once and write lull particulars as It your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer ol this wonderful remedy regarding your casa without cost to you beyonr the regular price of Sncfllss the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Serrt prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B Giles F Company 2331 ant1 2332 Market street Philadelphia Questions N for Women Are you nervous Are you completely exhausted Do you every month If you answer ya to any of these questions you have ills which Wine J cures Do you appreciate what perfect health would to you After taking Wine of Cirdul thousands you have real fad It Nervous strata cold or indigestion starts menstrual dlsordcn that are not noticeable at growIntoof Cardul used Just before the mal stead period will kcnJ the female Thisn1cd1dncThere is nothing like it to help women enjoy good health It costs onkrl to test this remedy which Is endorsed by 1000000 cured women Mrs Lena T frltburg East SL louis III siyit Im physically a new woman by reason ol my use of Wine of Cardul and Thtdfords Black Draught- In earn rautringepeejt direction a4 drew tom err Department Tb Chattanooga Mean clue Co Chittanocta l ell The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist the Discoverer ot SwampRoot at Work lams Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep byitheartcr apoplexy arc often the result of kidney dlseue If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance the kidneypoisoned blood will attar tho vital or the CThenBrlghlSIcovery Is true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cues after all other lnflIycenand SwmpI l bi4Jtk n rue es famous Roasted Cog 1 ARBUCKLC BROS Notion Dept Now York City NY U1 p 11Q The taw price at which Arbucklcs famous roasted coffee can be soldiis made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbucklcs It lies a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes unsay more cupfuls to the pound Xo other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbucklcs Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbucklea you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee nt anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article run information with each package Save the signatures Chills 2 IJ iiielIL rJ TilE BEST Pi Stb19P7JJON IS- J 6rovesca Tonica H youknowP do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy d their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the- N malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that hI Groves IS the Original and that all other jocalled Tasteless Chill Tonics arc imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows U y that Groves is superior to all others in evcrvJ respect You m are not experimenting when you take Grovesits 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 PayLice Soc DO YOU WANT MAC NEAY For Tlircshing Machinery Saw Mills Tiny Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED I LJE4 J14L 1 cHay Bale Tics Coil tvilo Grotto Bard Pipo Fittings Engine and Boiler Triininings etiI onIMcHenry M fg l acha CoMoIIenry Ky- t Take The Hartford Republican J N ltll1 1wrt 1 1iJ81fh DJmOhio Couat loll 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the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the toad from Evansville to Mattoon formerly i part ol the P Da4c IJ Ry The services is us follows NORTH BOUND Daily lix Sun tv Kvanrvilc yjupm 7300 mtAr Chicago 7e05 in 7oop m SOUTHBOUND Daily lit Slm fvChicapn 4npm 83oam Ai nvdiuvllle 8051 m sop m Through olcrpiti cars on night trains and through Eke itclininf chAir us en day trains Ihktta ofjqn peal ticket agent tlwmrtllU IIfl i trqmnInnnllhxr k hl ruio9 nhhrIIL TI 4 Onbr J r CJTYLDw1lb ItrmdtwlfarwcuredVOAliod bopetw In to I Tnttnvm44wndTLNDATIInwtmldltbY It cfS9a1 c11Ff 1IncnCIMnC c I COW PEAS ANDcI SOJA BEANS j are two of lime mOIl nmafable crops dandacdareKanlrgtol leetion of Seeds la the Cntral West cble PlowerI 7mFRnupmvIdmgyomenuonthlupaper t DMQndWOOd StubbsiLPWISVILU Icruv 1 s r