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THE HAETEOED REPUBLICAN t FlneJobWokaSpecialty OFFICIAL OBGAH OF TBE pun IX TIE FflDEIB CONBESSlDNAUlnaICT Subscription f a year tu4 j VOL X11I HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 21 1901 No 48 u NO SHADOW Of outward misfortune can darken the mine of the loyal wife and loving Mother But when disease cronies the anvil and In Its place cane the dawn aed tUrht Itellcd U whTch of the con I with pain struggle When the deli cate womanly organism la easel the whole IIodYIUITUIthCfortll end the complex ion tint IIIep to wand health Is to cuts the dlaeaaea which umlermnc the womanly atrtngth Dr Plata s Fa rrtpalon t w drains beats In animation and ulceration and cures fenule weakness The wonderful cures of womanly diseases effected by the use ofn Favorite Prescription place It at spedsay fordclttlfeOJan lmt Ihsl to 1eunt word to llryIby one of MM moat skilled mrireoiis of the Wee4 tact did not ct relief T1not icy doctors rtrkt order I coramenertf tsklnr Dr rtncVi rarorit Irncrl and Medlatl Dl very and olIO Inflow d tM advice inn In tb Common Acute Medical Adrlwr Ilatlluedthis treatment foctIemonthsc and today am as hnlthynd well as a wana- nan be I cannot thank Dr 1lero nIOUIh for eta kind letters to me Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets cure till lowness and sick headache l1J lYa a1ImJY3llila M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LowHARTFORD KY- VIII prnkIL prnfwlon In nil the court of rosutkudlnatluIAplwlaNpelalltsatluu ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY ATJAWI- IE K Its Will prarlirnhi prulmloi 11 th roart of Ohio ruuaty nod Court sat nail rnrvfal tonbleretlua rfvra allhulnre retracted loin 4rlndgwadatTekphunlnof- kJNO B WILSON ATIQRNUY AT LAW QABTFOKD KY SpwUtatUntlnn lt to nillrrtliru matin- gdrtrrtserainuIsry1s11k for Onto cuun t1 Ore eortbldpnblkaquarrC ATTORNEY AT LAW IIUIUIIRU MT win rtMctlr aU pmftMulna In nil the rnarlvul Ohio acct MtuliliiHM tk 4Ymrtf Appmli attention rttrt tu all lia lM irrunwl to Iteau UmeslalbAttyaotarluwurlbnoeF t ATTORNEY AT LAW uiKTrnHn KY Will prattler hi th rusts Id OMn mntitr nnl Court of Aical Cniuipt nitration K MI In nil biiUrM mrwUoI to bU tar omra la lltmM lundleg = = =1 J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law llAmroni KY Will rrrwtk Mt i mbn n In Ohio and adjoin if ntw Cr Hi l Kltrtttlon ultra lo nil aol a M minuted tu llle are S P ROBY ATTORNEY ATLA W- roRimvuLi UINTClhT- Will hli prolwxlon In All tho inert ol Ohio sad ailJutilsReuiitliM nnJlocrtol Aplaad HpKlal altfntlon irlTrtt to rollectlons IJOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHTFORI KY- KrH l attention irtfen to nil bnnlnitf entrust ed to hU can Ufllo eonrthonw I O M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW I HARTFORD KY v will pdl bl prollo In all thfosrt ol Ohio and n lolnlmc roontle KirdAl Attention eatE P NEA- LAttorney i y at Law HARTFORD KY Will bis prnfmnlon In all the courts of Kentucky Nirnlalnttntlouglerntnmllrvtlon- aattlemntof defedenf Mtat iro caw criminal rartlc OmreoltnlrUt119ablock JSR WEDDING AnORNEYandCOUNStUORatUW d HARTFORD KY Will practlr hli protrstloa In all the court of Ohio cod adjolnlc ronntlH and the Court ol A p rromtit attention given to nil Latinos atruUd to him Ulanlolletoealctballdlug- l R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prctlehisprofrlouintbeeonrtofOhio- aad adjolalnx coo I +o a I Southern Railway ThronibKI bt Pest Southern Stats11 KENTUOKYTliNNKSSJiE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAROL1NAGKOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI I f 483 illlM Three Dally Trains Between Innl villa and Uxlnitton Obvrrntlun Chnlr thru Trains And nrtlre l ialsTlll froniK twith r NlrwtCulonllpotronnectlnawltbindnoftheii For Informntlop addrtea A Wmrxm rtT A JH 4th Are Ix nlsTlll Wu II Titui Assistant 0 P A I nUrllle R fIIJ dlltrai- v w hrt7u P1lt tyuL IWblagtoa I I N ta t I 1 rJ Letiti READY FOR- OPENING Allotments in Indian Reserva tions Practically Finished Delegate Flynn Tells of Affairs in Kiowa and Comanche- Country Delegate Plynn h s jUt returned horn a weeks visit with Gov Jenk ins in the Kiowa and Comanchecoun try lie is now en route to Washing ton wherehe will watch the develop menu le toa4and Comanche lairs with a view to settlement on schedule time Of courses know nothing d finitr ly concerning Secretary Hitchcocks plans said Mr FIvnn but my bi lid is that there will be three counties In the Kiowa and Comanche rojntry making Iou new counties to be pro vided for the Wichita lands making the fourth One of the county teats will be at AnadarLa one tt or near Kiowa and the ether mar Port Sill Adjoining the Port Sill townsite Is a school reserve secttoi which will eventually bring handsome returns to the terrltoy Mr Flynn n dlplltch says that tbe Governor dvom taking up the va1n4nle claims around the towns as Indemnity fcloil lands The Go veil or proposes to do that very thing lit there any justice in allowing a sor o claim to go to some Individual when it can be reserved for the nse aid benefit of all ol the children of tbe territory and future state If Gov Jenkins should do no other worthy net during his administration that one should endear him to the people of Oklahoma The allotments are about all made and the whole matter will be closed up by the aoth The plan to bee opted Is a drawing I do tot know the details but I know the depart went of the interior has favorably con sidered n plan something like this Let ever eligible homesteader file his application in due form inclosing therewith 11 Have this work done at every land office in the territory in order rot to produce a congesto of InniNiteekerB Give lbrtiy dtipafor- this nglstratlon work then collect all of these papers at one point whete the drawing is to take place No I gets first choice of all lands in the ter ervation No2 next and so on In case NO1 fans to appear on the first day for filing he goes to the bottom ol the Hit for lelcction Mi Plynn who can take a home s ead In the new country lam glftd you have asked that question for I have received no end of correspondence on that point Of course any head of family or person over 21 y nfs old who hhs never used his homestead right Is eligible then any ptnon who has filed on a claim and for any reason filled to perfect ti tie Is eligible I believe that tbe bill I got through in 1899 should let in everybody but the department has ruled otherwise I tried to remedy that In tbe last bill but Stevens threatened to hold up the bill and forced me to consent to striking out the provision When will tbecountry be opened Why It must be opened by August 6 the law makes it mandatory Yi u can say that the country will be opened to settlement by August 6 The townslten will be opened upon the dsy of the opening of the country Each townslte will consist ot 320 acres and the blocks will be 390 lest by 400 feet the business lots 25x150 feet andI residence lots 50x150 feet One block will be reserved lor courthouse and two blocks for schools Each Indi vidual will be entitled to purchase one business lot and one residence lot I believe the crowd will mach fifteen thousand at Foit Sill and ten thous end at Anadorka so the lots will un doubtedly find a ready sale A commission to sell the lots will be oated at each town and the lots will all be told out before the sale ceases A severe sprain will usually disable the injured person for three or four weeks Many cases have occurred however in which a cure has been ere reeled in less than one week by plying Chamberlains Pain apI For sale by Z Wayne Griffin BroI Cuba Indepcndenceby NextChrist J mas Washington June ISIt is expect ed at the war department that Cuban Independence will bean accomplished I fact by next Christmas The next step in order now that the Platt amendment Is adopted by the consti j tutional convention is for that body to take up and pass on electoral bill i which will provide for the election ofI J all the officers necessary to set up an I independent government in Cuba It I Is said here that such a bill is already I J framed and is ready for submissionS iJ mr iir t y Ito the convention at any moment is good reason for the belief that Secretary Root has seen this bill and has approved ot itt ptovislonS if Indeed he la4 not actually had to do with its construction It is thought that the convention can dlsto r of this measure in a week or two and that will complete the labors of tbe day A period of 90 days it is said must be allowed for publication of the elec tions can be had It may be necessary and will be to maintain some Unite States troops in Cuba after the new officials are inaugurated and until the Cubans have had time to set up a Cu ban military force or gendarmerie but tbe length ol this stay probably will depend upon the wishes of the Cubans themselves COINS QUEER HISTORY For ThirtyTwo Years one Quar ter Circulated Between Two Men There is a proprietor of a popular cafe in a downtown cross street who guards as his cblelest treasure a worn and bettered coin which was struck from the mint In 1859 Tbe coin is only a 25cent piece but it Is sale to say that f25 could not buy It and the reason why Is this When the owner of the coin opened his cafe shortly after the civil warbe choose a gold location and this fact coupled with his own vigorous personality biojght him a flourishing trade His business grew so rapidly that another cafe was opened by a rival directly across the street The newcomer announced that be was alter put ol the trade In the neighbor hood and that what was more he was going to get It His attitude was distinctly defitot Dud the customers ol the established cafe wagged their heads solemnly and said that trouble was brewing On the day that the new cafe was opened a crowd of idlers filled tbe place and waited lor something to happen They were not disappointed for in the middle ol the morning in st oiled the restaurateur horn across the street and tbi owing a shining quarter on he bar he asked his rival to have something to drink So the men drank while the crowd gaped and wondered who would strike the first blow But io blows were struck On the contrary during the afternoon the owner of the new cafe took the same coin which his rival had used in tbe morning and walking across the street treated In turn The operation was repeated the next day and every day for thirty yearsI Meantime the piece of money grew worn and old and the two men grew old and worn too At last the proprietor of the newer cafe died and theI other man was the chief his funeral and when It TBS all overI he pnt the battered quarter In a safe place nod vowed never to part with It this side of the line separating him from one who had been both his rival and his friend New York Mail and Express THE HOME GOLD CUREI An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards aro Being Cured Dally In Splto of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood that Drunkness Is a disease andnot weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ot intox requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of Inebriates Tbe faith ful use according to directions of this wonderlnl discovery is positively guaranteed to care the most obstinate case no matter bow hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands of Drunk aids into sober industrious and up right men- 1Vlvescure your husbands II Chil then cure your fatheil This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a sp cific for this disease only and Is so akllllulldeyised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that It can be given In a cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge of the person tak ing it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been curcd and made men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking ofthelr own free will Do not watt Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading Improvement Drive out Jhe disease ot once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat costI company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when requested I without extra charge Sent prepaid to BUY part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept t Edwin B Giles Company 2330 I PhladeIPblalAll t d L1 SaLLNJ CUBANS BOW TO THE WILL OF UNCLI SAM Platt Amendment Accepte by Convention It Will be Made an Appendix to Cuban Constitution flews of PleasesdWashington Havana June I5The Cuban con stitufoul convention to day accepted the Platt amendment by a vote of 16 to II A resolution to axept was carried without discussion Immed lately after the opening of the session Senores Tamayo Villnendaa and Qaisada constituting a ni jjrty of of the committee on reVlous aut milted as a substitute for the commit tees fomer repot t the Platt amend meat as passed by congress recommending that it be accepted and made an appendix to the constitution la the vote on the ret outlon the twenty even delegates present divid ed all follows In favor of acceptance Senors Ca pote Vlllnenday Jot M Gomez Tamajo Moittagutdo Oelgado Bet ancouit Glberga Llorente Sangnilly Nuntz Rodriguez Berrlel Qullez and FerrerOpposed to acceptance Senors Ziyas Aleman Eudnldo Tayamo Juan Gualberto Gonex Cisneros Sil va Poitnn Licrel Portuondo Cistro and Manduley Senora Rivera Correoso Gener and Robau were absent The letter two voted against acceptance In the pier ions division Senor 1orrtro vocd with the conservatives explaining his change of attitude by asserting that he believed acceptance would be the best solution of the problem The convention will now appoint a commission to draw up the electoral law WASHINGTON PLEASED BV ACTION Washington Jnne r5The news of IIby fication here Now that the Cubans have demon strated their gold faith in the United States it is expected that a lalrlyI speedy evacuation of the Islnmfwllt follow contingent only upon the es tablishment of a staple government in J the islands An effective police force and other measures necessary to the preserva tion of gcol order and sanitation ate deemed as essential prerequisites in the formation of the new government One cabinet officer in speaking of the matter expressed the opinion that if the other requirements are met oar withdrawalmight be accomplished during the summer and that Cuban B Independence might be a reality by next autnm General Woad tonight communicated to the war department officially the fact that the amendment had beeni adopted a MEANS INDEPENDENCE Bnflalo N Y June Is Secretary of War Ellhn Ri ot war shown the dlr patch tom Havana tonight anounc ing tbe adoption oi the Platt amend ment by the Cuban constitutional conventionHe If the Cuban convention has adopted the Platt amendment it has done the wisest and Jiiojt patriot ic thing possible for Cuba It means tbe independence ol Cuba and all that Is best and freest in Cuba will be backed by all that Is best in the United States S We can start a young man or lady in the Southern Normal College at Bowling preen mighty cheap Call and get our scholarship and goto school Call at Z Wayne Griffin Broa drug store and get a free sample of I Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are an elegant physic They also improve tbe appetite strengthen tbe digestion and regulate the liver and bowelg They are easy to take and pleasant In effect A preacher over at vJoionvllle Mo said lathe pulpit last Sunday that ther was no hell fire The next day the church officers met and decided that there was no more salary for him In that congregation With them it is no hell no pay C1lf9TORTABe- anthe 18 Always Bmtfit 8tgnatnno lId Grants Cook Dead Chicago June i9 Willam Giles an exslave who cooked for Gen US Grant during the civil war is dead For twenty years Giles had been a resident of this city Prior to taking Iup his residence here the old exslave had spent manyyear in Washington where Gen Grant when President employed him abont the White House in a confidential capacity He was I Horn in Orange county Va June 24 1827 He was horn a slave but early I gHluid his Itteiloui lie came into possession of considerable wealth but according to his friends statements fugltlvell Unnecessary Loss of Tlmo Mr W S Whedon Cashier of the drat National Drank of Wlnterset Iowa In a recent letter gives sonic experience with a carpenter in his that will be ol value to other tdtcbanlcs He says I had a car obllged account ot being troubled with diarr hoea I mentioned to him that I had titan similarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and jarthoea Remedy hadcnred me He bought bottle ollt from the druggist here and informed me that one dose cured him and he Is again at his work For sale by Z Wayne Grif fin Bro m A sixteea year old girl who wanted to get married at JeOersonvllle lad wrote eighteen on a sup of paper and placed it in her shoe and had a friend to go with her to the county cleje and swear that to the Lest of his kn and belief she was over eighteen The scheme worked IchUdrenconic emaciated weakly and In danger oJ convulsions Whites Cream Ver mifuge is the most successful and popular remedy Price 25 eta J H Williams m REDWINE A BOLTER Split In the ThirtyFourth Sena tonal District Democrat Convention J The Democratic Senatorial Con ver tfon at Hazel Green last week resulted in a split and the nomination of two candidates It is reported that Judge- D B Red wine of Breathitt county led the bolters who withdrew from the regular convention end combat BreatblttI contesting and Morgan counties This district is composed ol Breathitt Wolfe Owsley Magoffin a and Morgan counties The bolting delegates from Breathitt Owsley ar- dManmade D W Gardner chairman Is of the convention and nominated 1 Hampton of Breathitt county for State Senator Gazette Cure HhenmMliiuorCiitarrlilliroDgb fhn nioodCo KoiliHiff loTry Would you like to get rid of that chronic rheumatism or effensive catarrh lorever Then take a bottle Botanic Blood Balm which has cured thousands of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treatment Botanic Blood Balm B B cures through the blood by de stroying the poison which causes the awful aches in the bones joints shoulder blades and back swollen glands hawking spitting bad breath Impaired heating etc thus making perfect cure Botanic Blood balm thoroughly tested for 30 years COin posed of pure Botanic Drugs Per fectly safe to take by old and youngtt Druggists t Trial treatment tree by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medl cal advice given until cured Dont or 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 D B makes the blood red giving the skin the rich glow of per feet health An intelligent looking bystnnder recently fell in a dead faint on a strctt corner in a certain city and upon re covering consciousness he stated that the sudden taking off was caused by an attack of organic heart trouble superinduced by the sudden appear pearBnce of a fashionable young lady holding her dress skirt around out of the dust Look ANileh lnThne Sum nine Ilnahee Tonte tait pleasant la ken la early Hprlng and Fall prarenU Chills Denira rind Malarial Fevers Acts on the liver tuneI np the system IIoUr then CaloUt1 aall Quinine Contclnn no Arsenic try tL At Drug I gist Me and 1100 bottle I Tho Cumborland Telephone Telegraph Col- NCOIIOIlAnD 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 an exchange In Hartford Beaver Dam Render McIIenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possi ble and make a specialty of furnishing service to patties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Will Tams Drug Store Hartford Ky- FRANKPlnRctt Manager J- Edaeate You Dower Wltu CatuntCandy Cathartic uaaa ia14drnutstsretuodmosest r SYSTEMIC CATARRH And Grip Prostration Afflicts the People All Summer unuJu lAIJt IIAIta11ALr11Ia1US Hon F Simmons United States Marshal Mobile Alabama speaks In high praise of the merits of Peruna In a letter written from Washington D0hesays After having used Pcruna for a short tlmo I find that It Is the most excellent remedy for the grip and catarrh everprepared 1 can heartily recommend It to any one IIYours sincerely F Simmons Even M flight attack ot la grippe lOWS tbe seeds ofdlsconltaddegener- atlonalltdroughtheaystem Recovery teems Impossible Toe strength does sot return Tbe whole system seems STARVING HIMSELF Webster County Farmer Declares lie has Lived Long Enough Henderson Ky June r7Qnlte a remarkable and curious case Is reported from Webster county An old man about 77 or 78 years of age who Known as Unc1r Sfielton has not eaten or drank anything for three week end four days He lives in the Mount Lebanon neighborhood near Ortiz postoffice He came to Webster county abort four years ago from Illinois and has since that time engaged in farming Re cently be became quite feeble and has the appearance of withering away on the same plan as the Last Rose of Summer and his countenance is said to have the appearance of an ap pie that Is going to decay on the par ent stem He states that he has no desire for food or dung end that he has lived long enough Neither will he acceptor take any tonic or medicine that Is calculated to do him good and otherwise improve his condition It is a strange caseand one that the fraternity of that section are puzzled over If reports are true Uncle basgone twentysIX day s SheltonI drink and is already a wonder than tbe famed Tanner deranged Every function Is disturbed Appetite and digestion demoralised Creeping rigors hot flashes cold sweats and fitful sleep llagerto make life almost unbearable DeforeTrratment It i this condition that DrIIartmaa calls systemic catarrh The whole sys tom la saturated with catarrh Thlsdls covery marked anImportant advance la the history of medical science The medical profession had long been grop- Ing to discover the meaning of the stubborn and distressing aftereffects of la grippe All remedies seemed alike In adequate As loon as Dr Hartman announced that It was his belief that the after syatombIn the treatment of these cases It now poly remained to find a reliable remedy for systemic catarrh f Here a new difficulty arose Catarrh had been regarded by many physicians bylocalof no systemloTomcdy for catarrh Other physicians regarded catarrh ass blood disease and had been in the habit of treating it with blood medicines which could be of no possible use In systemic catarrh For a time Peruna enjoyed the dis tinction rt being the only systemic catarrh remedy known It was not even claimed by anyone that there was an exuperatlagcongdltion Since then however a great many 11temlc uable time wasted in experimenting with other remedies But it still re mains true that Peruna Is the ape elfin remedy for the aftereffects of la grippe The demand for this remedy in consequence of the present epidemic of la grippe is enormous HotelAlbonytry Peruna for la grippe and asthma I did so with good results I had been andhadwhen I gotbetter of tbe asthma butwaa manyremedlelorI took threo bottles of Pernnaand Iam happy to say that It Is the beatmed thatPernamyfriendsI give a testimonial but I think this due you I hope may be benefited through you and your medicines Every one should read Dr Ilartmana la test lecture on la grippe This lecture vlllbescntfreebyThePerunaUedlclnc Company Columbus Okie Take the Republican 0 0 NervousWeak Men prematurefsymptoms a theeyesheart bashful dreams and losses sediment In urine plctplea on the lac sunken lackenerlhood Orwaupnmtare decay bone palws bait lapse sore ttttaaq ec7fvw0111 Mtltod Treatment ut cure yon MENS LIFE BLOODNotbiaguu- betootsdemoralkingtoronng middleseed mea ihad etnlitlom orbalnaRmarrledlifeorsocial pctlvelycureyouJNo Names Used Without Written Consent m others ofthocoaalleiaweaknlnemylttalnaswelltern For ten years I tried scores of doctors beipedmenonecurrd rd18ed fairtrialthree months I was a cured man I was cured JfellowAfter Treatment U Weakagls s3 NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE N KverythtugeonddcatlalQuestion Drs Kennedy Kergan 628 WALNUT STREETI Of CINCINNATI OHIO o 0 DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED Hay Bale Tics Coilwiro Grato Bars Pipo Fittings Engino old Boiler Trimmings etc v JaIl on McHenryMfg Mach Coa McHenryKy t FL mt cr lf t1- Lft1 republican FRIDAY jtJNH ai LOX HOUKItM Edflor t crxo cc oah =vS c= C =ISlanc 44 IIdFrldayi by the HartfordPb CoIncopo rated fBlind Hartford postoffici is jicondcliss mall matter REPUBLICAN TICKET For Urprf1I4flItI AIVI NBESiJirrT- rorConntjr Jiulicr ION BOOKIW For Connly CoUrt Clerk MS UA lANI For Connly Atlornfjr M L ilEAVIUX For Nhtrlfl CAL r KKOW5T For School Ruprilnlrtiilenf JAHEtt 1ICWKEN- ErnrJMIrr T1IOM AH II BLACK For AalfOrF- RANU LOWE For flrWe7Or JOHN II noon For Coroner llfcN I MAVIS c nWtNJJ m7 a FOR MAGISTRATE HIRST UlSTIUCT We are nuthorlied to announce UEluUE IIAHElI Ai a candidate lor Marfntrati In tbe Hartord Maplotorlalllltroct ibct to the action of the llepublicsn party SECOND DisrnicT Wore authorized to anionnce Oca WMnrtlM- At a candidate lor Magistrate In the Cromwell Magisterial Ueitrlctatbject to the action ottbe Republican party We are authorized to announce LUT11EH HOUEIIM- Ai 8 candidate tor llairltrote In the Cromwell Mairliiterlall l uLJd to the action irftbe Itrimbllcan party TlllItlIIHTIUCT We are authorized to announce JOHN SI GIIAIIAM- Ae a candidate lor llafritrate In the Sulphur Kprfcim MaKlnterlal libtrlct subject to tbe ac tion ot the Itrpnbllcau partjr- FOlllTH IHSTlllCT We are authorIzed to announce KIAZAK StlTCHEM Au a candidate for uiurttraU In the ForJuvllle uaKUtr UUtrlcti o tb3ect te the action ol the llriiubllcan party FIFTH DISTRICT We are authorized to announce En MillAt a candidate lor uaaWrate In the llutoril uuxUtrriate Dhtrtct IUblt to the action ol the Republican puny KIXTH DISTRICT Woo authorized to onnoance- w i nixiinMiA- n a candidate for Mnirt tratc In the IoltuoMoKlntrriul IiUtrlrt tubjrtt to the action ol the Urjiubllcau party flKVESTH UlSTIUCT We are authorized to announce- I IlKltllY IOMIY UOklortMUItItrlalltrttRepublican party TilE KEYNOTE SOUNDED Our readers will not be surprised at the following from the Paducah Demo crat Kentucky nhouU be oiwry monilnl by the next trfwUlatare that there will snot bo- no a remote Idea f the Itepubllran party controlling the IgMul re or anything rice Te member ol that irty bate MTfrnl HUM JemuDBtriitnl that they do not know what to do with a Stute olIve when they get It and other otter claiming an election by the iwople hue ihonn their Inability to hold It Therefore the jieoplo lmv not the time to be tooling with the lleimblloiun ol Ken tntky This expression comes from the heart of the latterday Democracy Whilst it is the effusion of that mug faced demagogue Urey Woodson and whilst there are many goodciti zens in the Democratic party who will thoroughly repudiate these utter ences of the revolutionist and insurgent yet the majority of the Demo cratic party concur in three expres sion It is the hope and fervent prayer of many calling themselves Democrats hero in Ohio county that Kentucky will so be gerrymandered that free election and the Constitu lion will be relics oi tbe past The tame spirit that prompted Woodson to thus vent his abominable spleen brocds ever Democracys horde of of fice seekers now before tbe people For in their platform they most heartily endorsed the outrageous con test tbe overthrow of tbe people and the persecitiun of Caleb Powers by incorporating a clause into their plat form which referred to Beckbams ceurseos one wise conservative and to the peoples interest The gerrymandering should be so skillfully and scieutiGcally perfected that there will not be a remote idea ot the Republican party controlling the Legislature or anything else Indeed it is almost tho case now and with the Goebel law in full force the thing is almost accomplished Why should this revolutionist send forth such an injunction During the four vartyhaila million dollars was liquidated pub lic institutions were cleansed and pu rilied and put on a paying basis in stead of one ot bankruptcy These things ate matters of record known to every one in touch with the times What man has the audacity to deny die election of every Republican can didate for a State office in ID7 Who A I JJ iJ1jt4lO d t to hIlt it bMeh demagogue tibllld Ijiiba lion the legality and fairness of that election upon the part of the Itcpub lican parly Every intelligent informed man knows that the votes were recorded in the election of 99 here referred to by Woodson by Democrata in every precinct in tbe State without an ex ception that sworn statements were forwarded to the State Board ceiled and that board after carefully canvassing the returns swore tbat not withstanding the fact that Mr Goe beli friends domineered every precinc and county in the State Mr Taylor had been elected by 2383 majority votes and it Was not in the power of the hoard to change the result The only hope left that band ot desperate fellows was to appeal the case to a selfconstituted body of asses known as tbe Legislature oi Kentucky Hav ing full assurance from a majority ot that body tbat a contest would result iu a declaration of election and a rejection of the peoples verdict they immediately tummond the hosts of anarchy and set about to get that which bad been denied them Con stituted as that body was of degener ate unscrupulous and irresponsible demagogues the Republican party had no more chance for success in that contest than Napolean at Waterloo when be met the combInedarmies of all Christendom with bis little band of Frenchmen The result of the contest was fore toldat McHenry by Mr Goebel when be asked tbe people to vote against him if they wished but vote for the legislative candidate and he would be Kentuckys next Governor We admit as everyone will that after obtaining a majority oi 2383 votes in the State the Republican party demonstrated its inability to hold the offices but this is easily explained A Democratic Constitution said that a Democratic Legislature could sit as a contest board in a contested elec tion over tbe offices of Governor and Lieutenant Governor and if it so desired could change the returns of the election and make the defeated elected and there was no power in earth to reverse it being thus doubly assured the defeated pirates ceized the opportunity launched their bark for piratical success and commenced their game of grand larceny This journ alistic lobster is the same fellow tbat declared that the boundary of representative government should be confined to tbe white property owners this side of tbe mountains NO POLITICS IN IT BOYS Were it in tbe power of tbe sinner he would command the Savior to judge him not by the deeds done in the body but by that noble blame lets life be had been commanded to live So it is with the Democratic brethren in Ohio county They would not be held accountable for tbe assassination cry of last fall and those paintings displayed in the Beckham parade during the present campaign they would like very much to have these things buried and be voted for as ideal gentlemen but the dictum ot tbe people It is written will be strictly adhered to in this contest As a natter of course it was proper and i right for tho head of the ticket to send out this injunctron Go tell I the boys there is no politics in this election It is quite natural that a man claiming to be a clever good lawabiding unassuming Christian citizen who said I have done my best to understand my duly in Stale affairs I cant indorse Mr Taylors course and to vote for Yerkes would be to indorse all the lawlessness of t last winter would fall down on his knees and pray for tbe mountains to fall upon him Every Democrat you meet these days says that there is no politics in this election Oh certainly not you have given your moral support to the overthrow of political and civil liberty and you know Ohio county la dead hard against this infamous course POINT OF ORDER Mr Chairman I arise to a point of order State your point of order sir It should not be permitted him to speakon matters politics here in Ohio county who would comhcfml to do a thing that Salan would not resort to when he attempted to drive from the plains of Heaven the great I Savior of men We ject to this mental and moral OIA G Denton discussing iuvalidI concerning gentlemen The I of a blackguard ought not be toler ated especially when it is concerning gentlemenOIMr Ueiitou jou should remember the recent jiredica went you got yourself into in that letter you wrote you are not eligible to speak on matters of politico inter est aud should therefore desist lION ALP TAYIOK of Tennessee will deliver a lecture during the Iu stitute to the teachers and citizens of the county on Poetry and Pearls The subject is very appropriate and a theme lor a rare literary treat some thing that Hartford rarely ever en joys It certainly unfortunate for our citizens that we do not give moro money and time to the encouragement and development of time iutelI rr 1 Ifettual hittii Alh Taylor Is wHhbili doubt a most polished artist a gifted orator DUlla brilliant and successful entertainer The Greenville S C Daily News has this to say of Poetry and Pearls and its matchless au thor Poetry and Pearls is a gem a masterpiece a work of art abounding in lofty sentiment noble thought chaste language glorious imagary and soulstirring oratory It is elevating in its tone pure in its ideals sublime in its conception and ennobling in its influence Alf Taylor is a logician a philosipher an orator and A poet On the lecture platform he has no superior SINCE personal boasta are so much desired by our A G Ben ton wo give space to a short clip ping from the Bardstowu Record with a word from Benton lleber Matthews editor ot The hartford herald U muting It warn lor the lleimbllc 800ln Ohio county tlolt brother we are with you The herald ncrlbe npimclntni the Intended compliment bat be wu not Aware that he wan making It nniwnnllr warm for anything or anybody In thin county If Benton is making it warm for anybody in Ohio county we have no heard of it and we are satisfied tbat it it equally as great a surprise to him The thing Benton most desires is some one to help cool things for they have been most unusually warm for him since the 12th of December The Record is certainly the most intensely ignorant fellow we have heard of lately But then we excuse the brother on this ground He reads Bentons journal and not TIIE RE PUBLICAN Benton has never said anything about his letter scandal that he got trapped in therefore he Is ignorant of the situation and is mere ly talking out of bis head Had the Record been posted on matters in Ohio county he certainly would have had more respect for self and truth than to have lavished this disjointed boquet broadcast in Ohio county on its most offensive and least regarded citizen the author of AGBen ton h WE have learned tbat the man who was such a gallant and patriotic soldier but who never smelt powder or saw active service in battle nor carrieda musket is laying claims to other virtues tbat he does not possess We are advised tbat be is laying claim to the miners vote because of his services in their behalf for a two weeks pay bill when be represented Ohio county in the Legislature of 94 Every vote tbat Mr Smith cast in tbat measure was against the laboring mans interest and yet be has the effrontery to approach the boys with a clever buwdy do my friend 1 was your friend in time of need do thou me the tame The facts in the matter will be given publicity a little later AT the meeting of the would be county officials Monday a vote wa taken to eliminate politics from the campaign from a Democratic stand point which received the unanimous vote but before the discussion had been concluded one of the boys said presumably Well boys what are we going to do with our platform it says we most heartily indorse the wise conservative and to the peoples interest administration of Gov Beck bum A second responded thats so while the third exclaimed Well were in one hell of a fix WE learn from every section of the county that various Democrats have tried to swap off Mr Barnes the machine candidate for attorney stating that he had not been nominated by the party Records show tbat there is a professional political trader on the ticket and he dont case nothing bout his ponents To Re publicans there is no need of any trading upon our part We have a dead cinch on the hull thing So stand pat for the whole ticketvote- it straight TilE pubhu has for some time been advised by A G Denton that he holds the fuse to a volcano which when erupts will in no wise hurt tbe Democrats In the lan guage of Mark Twain we would sug gest that ho turn the goldarn thing loose and let er went Eruptions are contagious and when the explo lion cornea it will ignite more than one volcano which would in no wise hurt the Republicans besides his own volcano is loaded at both ends Denton put up or shut up TilE moneybag candidate of tbe Goebcl ticket was in tbe candidate meeting Monday It is generally believed that he will donate to the cor ruption funl just twenty times as much as be gave to the Goebel mon ument fund which would bo about 1OOO How docs this strike you honest citizen The Goebel monu ment fund will have to be doubled many times before Cal Keowna pop ularity will be overcome Remember this Tommie IT is a very sad misfortune for any old town to be forced to harbor a man that would fall out with his pa Iron grocer advertiser when the pro luct purchased paul for in advertis lug falls short onehalf ounce per pound in weight refuse to take the articele purchased and make his pa a c 1 WO tiron ind subject bi liofiehM did insinuating editorial Do you catch the idea Tim Democratic would bes con gregated in town Monday to count the votes that Mr Smith is carrying round in his vest pocket We were unable to learn the particulars will report November 5 TilE head of the Democratic ticket has spread this minute in the political diary for tbe fallOIBoys we cant let political lines be drawn this fall Why say ye this- DaMocaunro brethren had it ever occurred to you that there is more than nothing in your games at bluff At least one of your changeable stars has discovered this fact How did you say the money bag off the Democratic ticket maued bis immense fortune Ifyonr sight is blurred with specks and spots floating before your eyes or you have palnes on the right side un der the ribs then your liver Is deranged and you need a few doses of Herbine to regulate It Price 50 cts J 11 Williams 4 m w OAJ3TOHXABears tin yf1bi Kind You Han Always BmIgII Blptuel RENDER KY June ISMr E L Myers and Miss Lena Pen tress attended church at Cen tral Grove last Sunday Mr Willie Kelley visited friends jn Leltchfield last Sunday Miss Annie Griffith ol Central City visited Mrs Hywd James and Mrs P L Saulsberry last Saturday and SundayMiss lentress of Central City is visiting her sister Miss Lena yen tress ot this city Mr Ellis Hudson of Render visited in Leltchfield last Sunday Miss Ona Kelly who has been visi ting friends and relatives In Leitch field for the past two weeks returned last Sunday Please let me again call your atten tion to tbe swell barbecue on the 29th oi this month at McHenry This is going to be a day ot enjoyment to everybody We have employed mar shals to maintain order for that day There will be no Intoxicating liquors on the grounds tbat day Come everybody and we will insure you a good time A good game of base ball was play ed last Sunday on the Render grounds between the Render base ball team and the swift nine of Central City It was easy for the Render boys to shut Central City clean out with our npto date pitcher Mr Wm Sloan in the box and the famous catcher Joe James behind tbe bat The Central City boys would just simply fan tbe air The score stood twelve for Render and nothing for Central City Next Sat urday the Render team will play the Central City team at Central City Mrs Clyde Rowe who has been in Pineville for the past six weeks for her health returned last Sunday Mr R B Rowes little girl Unice is very sick at this writing DIG INJUN 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halts Catarrh Cute is the only positive cure now known to tbe medical faternity Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally act lug directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tbe constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers that they ofier one Hundred Dollars for any case tbat it falls to cure Send for list of testi monials AdJress F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best On account of the Pan American Exposition round trip tickets will be sold at following rates and limits 118 90 on sale onlon each Monday during the month cf May limited to five davs tor return 25 20 on sale daily limit fifteen days 28 45 on sale daily limit October 31 for IeI turn S n VANMETKR Agt n UO NieciacVorlfl ittiowingl- Oyearaaotxtae In the South proven lloxben Tonic a great remedy for Chill nftil Malarial IVven Iletter than Calomel mill dnlnlne Con tliIUOIO Aniuenlc InaruntwUtry It At lung KlU Mo and f100 bottles 37120 p sOn account of Good Roads Convention to be held at Hopkinsvllle Ky July 10 and u round trip tickets will be sold at rate of oae fare for the round trip Tickets on sale July 9 and lo return July 12S B VANMRTKU AgtI A sallow jiurdlced skin Is a symp tons of disordered liver as it Brings front biliary poisons retained In tbe blood which destroy energy cheer Illness strength vigor happiness and life Herbine will restore the natufal functions of the live Price 50 cents J H Williams m On account ot picnic soil celebration Improved qrder of Redmen at Vine Grove Ky June the 29th tickets will be sold at rate of one fate lor round trip limited to return June 30 S B VAN J1rrnH Agt Ar Ji iW w II 1 nenCU1TOR Of Muhlenberg County Must Abide by Compromise Judge Evans Holds That Time is Not the Essence of Com position Agreement Judge Walter Rvans Monday banded down an opinion in the case of Azro Dyer against Muhlenberg county in which he held as binding on the countys creditors the compromise by which it was to cancel its old repudiated indebtedness by pay ing twenty cents on the dollar This is a distinct legal victory for the county and the first one in twenty years More than twenty years ago Muh lenberg county repubiated its bonded indebtedness Since then the matter has been litigated in one form or an other in all the courts State and Fed eral In 1897 Muhlenberg county elected a new Board oi Magistrates and a new County Judge and all patties weary oi litigation began to cast abont for terms of final adjustment The bond holders elected John W Dan Jr ol the Fidelity Trust and Safety Vault Company and Judge W L Reeves ot Elkton Ky to represent them and the county was represented by Judge T J Sparks its County Judge and Judge William H Yost and J L Rog ers County Attorney After repeated conferences a com- promIse was agreed ufoi by which the county agreed to pay twenty cents on the dollar ofallof its old debt and the creditors agreed to accept it in lull settlement thereof All the creditors agreed to accept it in lull settlement thereof All the creditors except an immaterial few accepted this compromise and signed a composition agreement to this tfftct Out three ol the creditors Judge Azro Dyer and his partner S P Gillett ot Evans ville Ind and C L Morchead of Owensboro Ky after signing the agreement refused to accept its terms in settlement of the debt held by themThe terms ol the committee The county in order to carry out its part oi the compromise was corn pelled to negotiate lot the sale ol a new issue of its bonds This it underto k to do and to pay on or before January I 1901 but various complications arose which pre vented the consummation ol the agreement until some months alter January I 1901 Virally the validity of the new bonds was settled by the Kentucky Court of Appeals and they were is sued sold on the market and the proceeds of this sale weie paid to the Fi delity Trust and Safety Vault Company of Louisville as the agent and depository ol the county for the pur pose and the company paid all ol the countys creditors according to the terms oi the compromise agreement But the dissenting creditors Judge Dyer S P Gillett and C L More head refused to take the money when it was tendered Their only giound of refusal was that the county had not paid it at the appointed time Janua ry I J9U They did however ac cept it is said a part of the money tendered which was beneficial to themselves and refused the other They then immediately entered suit to cojjpel the county to pay them 100 cents on the dollar This suit was filtd in the United States Court at OwensLoro last April To this suit the county answered and set up composition agreement its tender of the money according to its terms and the payment into court ofthe amount due according to the compromise agreement and pleaded tbat time was not of the essence ot the contract but that If it was the plaintiff had waived the forfeiture by accepting pait performance oi the contract To this answer plaintiff filed demurrer The question wai agreed at the re cent term at Owensboio by Judge Dyer for the plaintiff and by Judge W H Yot and Judge W I Reeves for the county and was decided Mon day morning by Judge Evans in an able opinion which he sustains throughout the contention of defend entJudge Evans holds that time is not of the essence of the contract but that if it was the forfeiture was waived by the acceptance uf past peifomance ol the contrast Hardly a diy passes in families where there are children In which Ballards Snow Liniment is not needed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns and Scalds Price 25 and 50 cts J H Williams in Had Begun to Petrify When Glover Ccots antI Thomas Stone disturbed the body of Isaac S Link lord vbicb had lain in the Ap plegate cemetery north of Jefferson ville since April 1892 says a Louis ville exchange for the purpose of transferring it to the National cemetery at New Albany it was found to be in a state of petrification Lank ford died of pneumonia April 121892 During the war he was a member ol Company B isth Kentucky Infantry but went to Jeflerson ville after he was mustered out lIe found employment with James B Applegate and when he died he was burled in the Apple gate cemetery Mr Applegate finally decided to have the body transferred to the NaI tional cemetery and last Sunday Coots f Ii 1 Ithe Oldest and Best r S S S is n combination of foots anti herbs of great curative powers and when taken into the circulation searches out and removes nil manner of poisons from the blood without the least or harm to the system On the contrary the general health begins to improve from the first dose lor S S S Is not only n blood purifier hut on excellent tonic ntul strength ens und builds up the constitution ivhllc purging the blood of impurities S S S cures all diseases of a blood poison origin Cancer Scrofula Rheumatism Chronic Sores and Ulcers Kczcma Psoriasis Salt Rheum Herpes and similar troubles awl is an infallible cure and the only antidote for that most horrible disease Contagious Wood Poison A record of nearly fifty of successful cures is a record to be promt of S S S is more popular today than ever It numbers its by the thousands Our medical caries pondence is larger than ever In the history the medlcllle Many write to thank us for the great good S S S has done them while others are seek ing advice about their cases All letters receive prompt ntul careful attention Our physicians haw made a lifelong Skin Dis eases and betterunderstand such cases than the ordinary Practitioner who makes a specialty of no one are doing great SSSWe to througfi consulting de anti invite you to write us if you have any blood or skin trouble We tunic no charge whatever for this service THE SWIFt SPECIFIC CO AIUNTA11A and Stone went to atterd to it Tbe grave was opened and the rotewocd coffin was found to be in a fair state of preservation An attempt to ratie it proved futile ou account ot its weight and an investigation revealed the body in a perfect form petrified and unsusceptible to the atmosphere Lanklord lo iked to have teen dead but a few hours onland the skin had the color of light stone Tbe whiskers and hair were perfect ard the shiowd showed ro signs of decay The features were unchanged except the eyes which were slightly shrunk in and the bands were slightly shriveled They had tbe color of light stone Finally the body was tojchtd anti the poof of petrifuatioa was complete The weight of the Loly was ndJltio ul evidence that It had turned to stone It required four strong men lo lilt it- lrnitatorshaveteenmany Thought fill people have learned that true mer it comes only with the genuine Rock Mountain Tea made by Madison Med icine Co 3c Ask your druggist aBeanith tile ItIll1 YIII 11M AIIYS BIrUI AEar fj vOn account of St Johns Day Cele bration at Narrows Ky June zz tickets will be sold at rate alone and one third fire Tickets sold June 22 limited June 23 for return- S B VANMKTBR Agt Kills ills Principal and Commits Suicide Dolhan Ala June 17 Piol WA Rankiu until Saturday assistant to the principal of the Dothan public schcos this morning shot and killed George R McNeill principal ot the schools and then turned the revolver upon himself with fatal effect Prof Rankin was one of Principal McNeills assistants last year but on Saturday night when a new faculty was elected Prof Rankin was dropp ed from the list He put tbe blame of his defeat for letlection on Dr McNeill Dr Mc p HAI VjnSomany personshave that is- stubborn and dull h 1 n n t FiP row hatsthe reason Hair needs help Just as anything else does at times The roots re quire feeding When hair stops growing it loses its lus AWFiter It looks dead vtoracts almost instantly on such hair It awakens new life in the hair bulbs The effect is astonishing Your hair becomes thicker and all dandruff is removed And the original color of early life is restored or n gray hair This is always the case 1100 a bottle All druggist 4 I bare uwd r Ililr Vigor and am really MtonUucd at toyhairlicit tonic I have tried and I shall continue to recommend It to my frleud- jSUrnn HOLT SapS 21 1833 Burlington N 0 If you do not obtaIn til tilt benrftti you iron ie use or ihe lllrVinci write She Doctor mbout It DuJOAYEItLowliSlasz4 I 11 1 e j i I 1 4 iS71i I t 1t t + I tA Chat About Shoes i 1 t i 2 wears 11flEStitiel everybody4- Lhl1V when buying wants good SHOES You not onlyo tt want the full value of your inonoy but you want Ea SHOE that fits well and looks nice Wo want f to impress upon the public the fact that wo arc iL T THE SHOE store of this section Wo lovo to Cotnlk SHOES and wo love to sell SHOES because L gfr we know we carry a stock of SHOES that givo ls- si universalsatisfaction Experience hits taught us 4u csthiit We handle tIll celebrated Brown Shoe Cos SHOES None bettor on earth Very few arc jf tf near as good 7f Thats riglitQt AUTY That word Quality 4- tmoans a grout deal too wluu used iu IT with tin Hiown Shoo Cos SHOES lOt1llCctioni I uiio lit ekpuit nppwinuuv long wonr tor how hnrd you all to lit or plun u s jtit lull ou us You will ho satisfied with your 3es- s t putrhtiso iu Price Fit and Jaulity Huiuoiubor jL I JL wo haudlo lIES for mill knds of people big lit 3 tlold mill young at price to suit the purvhnsor ri Ta Wo have a largo variety of hot wealhor SHOES 3s fe that are comfort itself i I Hot Weather Dry Goods 4 E i4z We havo everything fur the hot llltlllrCloth + i ing Drus ioods Underwear JIate Etc Tho fj f J qualities nro good hut tIll prim are thinner than 2 tbo goods Call on us fur the vry bMt till mnrki5j et nflbrdri in Dry 00t1if nIl kinds at prices that T aller no hindnnuf tllt satisfactory purchase 5 t 3 RT Collins Propr ti f qa rit n Neill went tu the college building at 7 30 in the morning It U suppose I that Rinkln was waiting for him as the shots were heard a few momenta later There were no witnesses to the tragedy When the firing was heatd A number of people luflud to the school building and were lionifinl to find Dr McNcilln body In the main hall with blued 11 wing Irons several voumls Prof Rankin was found In his pri vate room with a bullet hole thiough his head jut behind the temple Prof Rankin trjii a ntivc of Bell Buckle Tenn and WM engaged to marry a popunr young wan of Dolhan Aside lions the serUus inconven levee and pelts cauiul by piles there Is a tendency tu fitulo and to cancer In the retUl regions Plies fhotild not be Allowed to run ou unchecked Tablet H Buckeye Pile Ointment is n infallible r mcdy Price 5 eta n bottle tubes 75 eta J II Williams e aIn Memory 01 Dtiotha Park and little bibe who Departed this Uf the igtu of June She leaves i bu bard and four little ciiilbcn to mourn her less Weep m t dear husband and children lor she Is sleeping with the angels With her hands ro gently abovcI Ou her cold and silert She has gone where wicked cease from troubling And the weary arc at rcit Dearest sisterinlaw tbou hast left us Anti thy loss we deeply feel Hut tis God who hast bereft us lie alone our sonows can heal lear father mother rothers cud eiictj N me earth can never tell While you never wore shall ace her Remember she has goue to heaven to dwell She Is only waiting there for jot Upon that golden short Where patting Is unknown And wceklng Is no more And could she speak to you As you would have her Ho Shedonly say weep riot for me 1or I am with the angels too I Therm When and Inn no more youll se Derotln Throughout your dally life Oil bow youll mlis her In your home With jour children and dally strife Par Mm li singing mound the throne She hiss only gone beare1- 1cr angel voice can only nay Ilusbnnd children brothers and sit lois weep no m ire A ivIRltvle- ruleTo have a round beautiful neck wlnle your hen1 from side to ide evelY night take Roky Mann aln Tea Its a short cut to a grace fill form 350 Ask yjur dru- ggjsE49 DONTBFOOLFDTeSs the genul rlglnal nOCKV MOUNTAIN TCA Mad only by MillKxi Meal ItkeepckaglricI4 In bulk Accept isbeti- Ut Ask yow drartlit =To Cnolllllnn Poroer tt orSsticv rllAll1gillBest by the TLLINQI ENTRAL R L Tknmih wrvlra cli UNnpbU IxiaUrlllf He LIIII nnlI rffettI on sad after ioy II aUiflslItiO of SLEEPING CAR WITHOUT CHANGE IIItTWERN i New OrleansAND BuffaloAn evening depasture from New Or leans and a morning arrival at BaflU- oDININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFET LIBRARY CARS ln route I rllcalar olagrntiof the IlllaoU Vfitrnl nml connecting linn Wu urnNtT Dlr 1iunr AKont New Orleani JKO A SCOTT IHtllon IoMr Agent ueinphli A II IU K fll A wA KKLLOID A 0 P A lIlMKii Ixinbirllle 111 The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Ditecvmr JmThere Is a disease prevailing In this C country most dangerous because so decep byItIleartkidneydiseatevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack themselvesbreakrlchsneaaofthebloodthealbumenleaks DIoase the worst form of kidney trouble dIsCOvery IJ thousandsofeffort have failed 4andSwampRoot 1ftmeDUon I Jt J I 7- J ftl I Jitl 5lilr ldI1 Ldl1 lilf JIIII 1r II dldl Y AI i w II Q ie1 i For Hot Weatherlf otAT HARTFORDS POPU AtLAR TRADING PLACE For rle zszt rein Daytom L Sluns Sumner Cots 50e to 3uO Boys Linen Punts 25e tens Linen Suits r 200 to WO IMuo Sergo Coat and Vest aoo to a5O liens Gauxo Underwear 2e Genuine Halliriggan Suits 100 Tow Linen Punts 100 J Good Socks 5 Fancy Half Hoso lOc to 40c tons Lowcut Shoes 100I Ladies Slippers 50o to 200+ 14t111010sSOcPunisols all colors 50 to 850 Ik Pretty lino Funs 5c to 75c White Goods in Plain anti Figured i 5c to 20c Fancy Wash Goudsc 8c lOu anti 20c Hamburg and Swiss Kinbroidgriurf 5c to 80c- Torchon Edgings and Insertions lOc Genuine Val Ibices lOc to 15c i Thread Edges null Insertions 2c to lOc yard Swiss allover later allover 25c to 75o yard PJICO stripe I low 15c to 2oc Childs Fancy Hoso tOe ISo and 20c hack Cat Hose lOc to 25u Ladies lOc Vest taped neck 7Jc Genuine Lisle Thread Vst 25c Kntire lino 7ScShirtsSOc-r r size Counterpane SOc One dollar a yard Skirt Goods J yds to skirtfiOe1 Good summer Corsets uOc Good quality lid Gloves 75c c Very best Kid Gloves 100 Lilk Glovas black only 35c Black Silk MittslScto 25c Childs Parasols lot hens Good Vork0100850cf BIG REDUCTION IN MILLINERY GOODSS 1X THE remaining summer months wo arc going to make inI teresting by tanking SPECIAL PRICES in every depart ment Uemomber WlI take CASH Wool Eggs Ginseng and Feathers in exchange for all kinds of Dry Goods Z The Place is tPractical Aids for Teachers and Applicants It in a SPECIAL aid to applicants In the matter of Theory awl Pi amice Much emphasis has been put upon this subject quailfled p cann t bo learned from a text bookIA Guide to Study in the Preparation For Teachers Certificate i It is not a book prepared by ouo iguorant of the needs oi teachers and applicants but is tbe result of experience of elev en years in the school work by an ex member of the Stater Board of Examiners It is not an almanac but a p ckctI encyclopedia containing exactly tho information that teacher applicants must have PRICE 100 Three Copies to one Address 225 Cash J With Order Books Mailed same day order is Reaeived SRND AU OHIIKBS TO JflS H FUQUA JRtR- ussellvllleI Ky Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNU at Illinois Control RailroadTime Table Nw thus card liking elect Honilnjr Pvc t 100 at noon North lion ml Honlti llnnml No 131 due BST m No 12daallo6nm- NolO2darZOp01 Sa101due26Op- mNolrldaeltrapm No 1S1 dOt m locnl neighs NolIdaeTtOam a n No WEdM WMJ m PISO CURE FOR ul lee x n- arnJdhiareruou0 NSUMPTION V For nice fresh Candles call at Sin ger Office Mr C Iglehart made us a pleasant call Monday Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake at Singer Office yNlceat Cnerae ana Crackers in town at Singer Office For delicious Cream Sberbct call attbe Singer Office Mr W II Stewart Manda made J us pleasant call Wednesday You can find the right giols at the tight pike at Carson Cos Practical and scientific boresboein twenty years experience 45 8t A B ROWK Centertown Ky Mr E A Colllnl and son Haswell l1e were the guests ol they Ftamily of Mrs Lucy Klein this week The folk wing old soldiers were ex amlnfdby the Hartford pension hoard Wednesday HesakUh Phelp UrooV lyn Butler comity Wm H Zckerv Iordsvllle Uuiifeiis Faucht Mcllen J ry Warner Martin Taylor Mines James S Carroll Caneyvltlc L tT- j Mr J A King Cromwell was in town Monday Mr J 15 Magan Bulord called to see us Monday Dr B W Ford went to Reynolds Station Monday returning Tuesday C C and J B Dennis ol IMusrs to see us Monday of thin Dress Goods for the hot weather at Carton Cos All kinds of cool comfortable Clothing for hot people at Carson Cos Mcssis W S Gaines and J W lisle Pordsville were pleasant callers Monday Summer Clothing as thin as a cob web dud as light as a leather at Car Ion Cos Wngon wheehriefilltd ten dollars per setA D Rown Centettown Ky Rev CoVtley Beaver Dam will de liver a sermon at the Baptist church the filth Sunday It you want a refreshing drink of Soda Water Lemonade or Phosphates call at the Singer Office See our Oxfords for old ladles broad easy and comfortable CARSON Co IP Only 50 Cents to make your baby strong dwell A fifty cent bottle ot- Scotts Emulsion will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child Only one cent a day think out Its as nice as cream I Send for a free sample and It BCOTT Ii Chemists 4ISrso4andjaoolaltdmgg44York I III 111 JiIIa t J td 1 I r W = 1 = Chlldiens bay will be Kcltbraled a- Mt t Ciirdltl Sunday Mr and Mrs J L Rogers Greenville ate visiting relatives near Ctoru well Mr L P Va rner left yesterday io Troy Tell City and Caqnellton Ind to be absent about ten days The Melvin Comedy Co was in our town the Utter part of last week and had gtol crowds each night It taks a youngster a long time to get the best out ol our Suits CARSON Co IThe ball game between City last Saturday result ed in a victory of 19 to 1 1 for tbe Cen tral boys WANTPD Ten chestnut or white lengtheeight inches at tip Cumberland Tele phone Telegraph Co r We will deliver Cream and Sherbet to any part of the city Rongh River phone No 32 Cumberland phone No 46 3 rings EINGRR OPllCE Render and Central City base ball teams played at Render last Sunday The Render boys scored 12 to o They meet again at Central City tomorrow All 10158 of devices to keep you cool this Lot weather Thin Colts and TrouFers Negligee Shirts Straw Hats thin Underwear and thin prices at Carson and Cos Pro and Mrs T J Morton and lit tie son Thomas left Wednesday Co Cobden III where they go to visit Mrs Mortons parents They made the trip ina buggy Mauler Ernest Tweddell who under went an operation lor appendicitis last Monday is Improving alowlyI Drs Pendltton Innes Ford and Mor ton performed the operation Strawberries Ice Cream Sherbet Ices Lemonade and all kinds ol cool Ing drinks at Griffin drug store Go and take your sweetheait and enjoy a tttejtete In their new ice cream parlor On account of Good Roads Convent lion Louisville Ky June 27 and 28I tickets will be sold at rate ol one fareI for round trip Tickets on sale JuneI 26 and 27 limited to June 29 or 1Iturn S B VANMBTBR Agt We have had our rollers reground and mill repaired throughout and are now better prepared than ever before to make a better grade ol flour and give larger turnout Call and ace us Respectfully RENFROW DEAN Dundee Ky The great Masonic barbecue at Dun dee tomorrow promises to be one ofI the largest gatherings ever assembled In the county The proceeds are toI be applied to tbe erection of an ele ant Maconlc and Public Hall at that place The Masonic Hall will be onI second floor Public Hall first floorI Rverybody should lend a helping bandIMr Brnest Woodward has taken rooms for law office over Ohio County Bank where he will gladlywelcome friends and especially those in need legal aid Mr Woodward is a bright young man strictly sober ol ood habits and very attentive to bus iness Ills industry and ability insure lor him a high standing In his chosen profession Mrs T C Pirtle died at her home Cromwell Monday alter an Illness nl nineteen days She was stricken down by pneumonia which was fol lowed by a complication ol diseases She leaves a family of several children and a devoted husband together with many friends Interment occurred al Liberty Tuesday with funeral exer cises by Rev G1 Bean The McIIenry Lodges of Red Men and Odd Fellows are arranging tor the greatest picnic ever given in the connty They extend a hearty invi tation to tbe public and promise to give an absolutely free dinner to all who come A more hospitable people than the citizens ol the McIIenry country does not live Remember June 29 the great generous beast of McIIenry will beat with love for all The doors of her homes will stand ajar and her tables will groan under the happy burden which they bear Mrs S A Park died last Thursday at her fathers residence Mr Marion Yates Rochester Sbe had been in illluaUh for quite a long while and had been confined to her room for some time Her little babe that was only a few months old died about twenty minutes before the death an gel summoned the mother The mother and babe were both buried Friday in the casket at Rochester Funeral services were conducted by Revs Crowe and Love It was indeed quite sad that a mother and her rise ling babe should both be borne into eternityalmost at the same Instant and laid to rest side by aide in the same casket Mrs Park was a faithful and devoted member of the Dells Run Baptist church She leaves a devoted husband prostrated and bro kenhearted Mr Park has the kind est and tenderest sympathies of TnRI RuronucAN in his mlhortuneI On account of Bpwortb Leagu- Convention at San Francisco Cal July 18 to 21 round trip tickets will be sold at rate of 62 15 going and returning vladlfferent routesand 53 15 going and returning via same direct route Tickets on sale July 6 to 12 Goal limit for return August 31 190r1 1 a co ry ION THfc COLORED VOTER s Their Enfranchisement and Thei Dlsfranchlsment in the Interr esting Letter Narrows Ky June 19 19 I Since the enfranchisement ot tb negro by an amendment to the Federal Constitution a third of a century ago the Democrats have dtterrcd him from exercising this privilege in the South by threats ol personal violent bdY fraudulent election returns But re cently the Democrats of the South have set about permanently ditquall lying the negro voter through the legislative machinery of the States- A Washington Democrat well known throughout the country in a recent newspaper article refers to the situation lankly Says he When the Sluth had mastered the negro problem to a point where practical remedy could be put in operation it began to disfranchise the negro through the legislative machinery of the States This was pot merely the right thing to do so far as the South itself was concerned but was thelonly means by which the tollostal blunder of the North of putting the ballot in the bands of the negro could be recti fied I have co inclination to discuss the negro question in Georgia or South Carolina but I want to call the atten tion ol the colored voters of Kentucky to the fact that in those States where the Democrats have had the power and felt the necessity for doing so they have already disfranchised the negro voter In Kentucky the necessity for so doing is painfully apparent and if the radical element in the Dem ocratic party controls the Legislature elected this year the disfranchisement of the colored voter Is a certainty The capability of the negro to exer cite the right of suffrage will be put to a severe test at the approaching election upon the result of which de pends the future right of his race to the ballot that negro is not indeed fit exercise the right of snflage though would be unfortunate for Ihe more thoughtful and intelligent of his race have to pay the penalty of his Ignorance In the interest of self pret ervation colored leaders should make an energetic effort to educate their race in the dangers that threaten its political existence North and South Carolina Mississippi and Georgia are examples of what the Democrats are doing for the negro race along this line The records of the 1899 and 1900 session ot the Kentucky General Assembly might be effectively used to Illustrate what Kentucky Democrats have in store for the negro Colored men should demand of each candidate MrIreference to restriction of popular suf frage No negro of intelligence and tpnor should vote for the political enslavement ol his race and the negro float er who sells his sufTage for a piece of Democratic corruption money will find himself without a commodity on the next market day if Democracy wins though the man who sells his vote whether black or white togeth er with the purchases should be dis franchised and seat to the penitentiary to boot However desirable it may be to eliminate the grossly igno root from participation in popular sal Irage human tature Is yet too selfish to fix ulon an equitable limitation This fact Is illustrated In North Carolina where an educational qualifica lion was Imposed but as this law would disqualify a great number of white Democrats as well as colored Republicans It was further provided that any voter whose oncesors were qualified voters in tbe sixtyseventh year of the nineteenth century should be entitled to vote notwithstanding illiteracyWhen Democrats can pot steal elections by law they steal them without law but it is is due them to say that they prefer to steal by law and they have the nego vote marked The future political existence of the colored man in Kentucy depends upon how his vote is cast at the approach ing election SHAMROCK A Good Cough Modlclno It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use U in their 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 Druggist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I have always used it In my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and for the cough following 1 grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by Z Wayne Gilffin Bro A Birthday Dinner Seldom is mans life extended ou beyond four scure Christopher C White however has even passed this point and on June isth he gave a din ner to his friends and relatives in honor ol his eightyfirst birthday Ills parents came horn Culpepper county Va and settled on a farm eight s from Lexington at which place h was born in 1820 Ills father was a sot toughet under command of Gen Win II Hnrrlsson While Christopher was yet very young his parents moved to Louis vine where he lived till he reached eleventh year He now recalls wit remarkable dearness many incidents k r FiES connected with the early history 8f the city He witnessed the construc don of the canal around the rapids In the Ohio river his oller brother aId- Ing in the work More vividly can he remember the execution of two negroes who had been convicted ol murder calling to mind their names thole oi their victims and many oth er facts connected with the incident- e Here his lather died of smallpox- In 1831 his mother moved to Ohio county where the subject ol this writ ing has sprat nearly three quarters of a century He had four sisters and three brothers two of which like himself became octogenarians He is the last living member ol the am ily and it has been his custom for sev eral years to spend his birthday in the company ol his neighbors and reIn lives On these occasions he always spreads an ample table and all are made welcome Uncle Kit as he is commonly known has been married twice He has ten children seven of which are still living twentyeight grandchild ren and thirlby five greatgrandchild ren making In all seventythree llv lug decendants lie is still vigorous for one of his advanced age and promises to draw much nearer the century mark May he enjoy many birthday dinners yet to be is the wish ot D J Wreck on J C Yesterday at 2 oclock p m two fast through freight trains collided at Beaver Dam The damage to theI company was very great No lives were lost only one colored brakesman was slightly irjured on the hand andI arm The trains had orders to passI at Beaver Dam The Hast bound train had observed its orders and wasI standing In front of the depot while the West bound freight came roundI the curve at full speed and could only cheek its speed slightly The trainmen observed the danger and all jumped from their posts and escaped unhurt The trains were badly de molished and dry goods groceries and beer were scattered in every di rection The loss will be thousands ol dol lars to the company in the way 01I crippled and mangled engines andt bnrsted freight cars The track was not damaged seriously Sons of Veterans Meeting There will be a call meeting of thej Cicero Maxwell camp of Sons of erans at the Court House in Hartford Ky on Saturday June 22 at I oclock p m Let the comrades attendIH II Fpr relief and comfort in Asthma Ballards Horehound Syrup has no equal Price 25 and 50 cts J H Williams m SMALUi USE KY- June 18Death has again visitedj our Community and torn theI happy home of Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway their lovely little daughter Opal who departed this life June 15th age fifteen months Dear parents while your hopes are crushed andI hearts are bleeding we deeply sympa thize with you and humbly pray that God who doth all things well may comfort you In your sad bereavement that you may at last gain a home in I heaven with little Opal and your pre cious loved ones gone before to sing Gods praises forevermore Misses Gracie Reid and Enlah Withc row have returned from a visit to friends in Sonth Carrollton Miss Nettle Geiger is visiting her sister Mrs LszV Atherton Mr and Mrs Jim Hendrix of near Echols attended church at Equality andvisited their aunt Mrs M P Maddox Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Bennett Mr Fielden Bennett and Master Arnold Bennett Beda attended the funeral SaturdayMr Cummings Hopewell was in our midst Saturday also Rev Edgar Maddox and sister Mrs Annlo Rone Centertown Dont get sidetracked In business Dullness sometimes passes for death Men with brains reach the goal Rocky Mountain Tea puts gray mat yourdruggist The sntJect of gcoJ roads is the most Importand one the people of or of any other State can consider Good roads will add Im properIly accessible to farm and garden pro ducts and by Increasing the facilities and comfort of life in the country will lead to large purchases of lands Texas Boy Kidnaped Dallas Tex June 15E D Strong a prominent man from Texar oldason up as a victim to kidnapers The boy was put on a railroad train at Waco on June I to be sent home a distance of 250 miles Parents and sincetThe State has been quietly searched but ro trace of him has been discover ed The father of the boy is in Dallas consultii g the police and detectives Call at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store and get a free sample of LivereTablets They are an elegant physic They also Improve the appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and bowelg They are easy to take and pleasant in effect CJASOXOrtA BaaghthlIdor What are HtttnoFs They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours tog tho reins and directing tlio tissues They are commonly duo to detective diges lion but are sometimes Inherited How do they manifest themselves In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or enema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debility now are they expelled T Ily Hoods Sarsaparillawhich also builds np tho systemthat has suffered from them Jtt Is the MOt mntMnt for oil Icnors GOOD ROADS TRAIN Will be at Owensboro the 16th and 17th of July It is a Move that Should have the Earnest Attention of the Farmers Few people can appreciate the im portance of the gathering tfcar will take place at Owentboro on July 16 and 17 under Ihe auspicles of theNa tional Good Roads Association Those to whom the matter bar been present ed are filled with enthusiasm and everybody engaged In the work Is throwing his whole power into it and the meeting will therefore accomplish a world of goid for the entire Green River section The executive committee ol the lo cal Good Roads Association will short ly Issue requests to the people ol Owensboro and Daviess county to attend the convention and bring baskets Billed with provisions on which to feast themselves and their friends In addition the committee will provide a large number of fat sheep and beeves that there will be to lack of entertainment for all who attend The committee expects fully 15000 people from Daviess and adjoining counties and the indications for an outpouring of the people are such as has never been seen The dinner will be spread at the fair onds and every thing possible will be done for the comfort and pleasure of all The work of making reals will be in progress atoigside the grounds there will be several speeches on auljrct of roads and roidmaklng by experts and addresses by Senator Dodgeoi Iowa and Henry Watterson uf LouIsAllle The construction ol road will furnish an object lesson all and especially for the various county officials under whose supervis ion the county roads are made and maintained This object lesson is furnished by the National Good Roads Association through the free train funlshed by the Illinois Central Railroad and is paid for by the city oi Owensboro which appropriated 750 In cash and 1751 In material mak ing 2500 in all and by the Davies County Fiscal Court which donated 750 The entertainment aside from basket provisions will be provided by the executive committee and will be ample 1 All railroads and boats will make a rate of one fare for the round trip from points within 100 miles of Owens CoroYou may as well expect tu run a steam engine without water as to find in active energetic man with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver is torpid when he does not relish his foal or feels dull and languid alter fating often has headache and sometimes dizziness A few doses ol Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will restre his liver to Its normal functions renew his vitality improve his indigestion and make him feel like a new man Price 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store a Cl ranteeG900 Yearlythento travel appointing cents others for rlor looking our IntrmU 80OO salary guaranteed jearlj extra tomtnlftdooi and eiNn8ei rapid advancement old establish ed boon Urand chane ror meant man or woman to secure pleaautpermanent position liberal Income acd rutun brilliant lines Write at once sane KTIFFOIII 1KKSH S3 iliurrli HI lrw slavery Conn T Rough River Telephone 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prepared to supply your needs I- Iiat a normal cost than now Additions of new fgoods to every department to meet tho demands of tatthe season at a range of price to suit any custom er All kinds of country produce taken in exchange 03 i for goods I Ca s tlwakSg OQ Sri IiOur Wash Dress Goods fabrics are too numerous to mention But a look through this lino is sure to prove satisfactory to yourself as well as tho firm I MiWite tatt Sooda II 99 India Linens in all grades from 5c to 25c w Dimities in the neat and tasty effects at a nric ty of prices Nainsooks in small and largo checks oakoo eae It is as necessary to keep the feet cool as any fJIwoI todato Slippers in tho county Also quito a lino of good easy ones for old as well as young and mid dieaged iif tOa Ii CIn order to complete tho summer wardrobe it is necessary that you top off with a nice stylish Hat And with this wo aro well prepared to complete tho task for you O M fWho need Clothing Hats Shoes UndcrwcarShirts Collars Cuffs Ties 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County HARTFORD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee cf the Hartford Magiter ial District held at Beaver Dam Ohio county Kentucky on June 8 1911 a majority of said committee being present the committee was called to order y the chairman and the foloving resolutions were adopted Resolved 1st That a mass con vention be held in the Hartfon Mag isterlal District at peaver Dam Ohio county Ky on Satuiday July ao 1901 at 2 p m for the purdose of dominating candidates to be voted fot at the November election 1931 for the office of Justice of the Peace and Con stable of said district 2nd That the candidates receiving t majority of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re publican nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot tot the respective offices WAI BROWN Chmn- R C JARNAOIM Secy CENTHRTOWN MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT- A meeting ot Precinct Committee men in the Certeitown Maglsteiial District was held in Centettown Ky on June 6 1901 The meeting was alled to order by G F Chapman W P Render was appointed chair man and G F Chapman was appoint ed secretary July 6 1901 is the day iet for a mass convention to be held in Centertown Ky for the purpose nominating candidates for Magls rate and Constable All Republicans in said district are requested to attend the convention The day and hour of neeting is July 6 1901 at 2 p m W P RuNnER Chmn G F CHAPMAN Secy CROMWELL MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Committee met by call of C E aley Chairman of District No2 at Rosinr June the 8th 1901 for the purpose of calling precinct conven tons to elect delegates to the district invention for the purpose of nomi nating candidates for Magistrate and onstable We the committee direct that there- e a mass convention to meet in each precinct on July the 13th 1901 at 2 p m In District No2 composed of Cromwell Select Rosine and Horse Branch to elect delegates one for each twentyfive votes and traction iver twelve cast fur Win McKinley in November 1900 Said delegates tre to meet at Rosine July the i6th at 2 p m said delegates are to cast their votes as instructed by their conven tion Delegated votes by precincts Cromwell 8 Select 5 Horse Branch T Rnsine 9 CR RALEY Chmn W P MILLER Secy ROCKPORT MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee ol the Rokrort Maghter sat District held at the residence ol W H Wilcox Oho county Ky on June to 1901 A nifcjorlty ol said committee being present the committee wa called to order by the chairman and the fo owing resolutions were adopt ed Resolved rat That a mass con vention be held in the Roclcfort Mag isterial District at Roclcpoit Ohio county Kyon Saturday July ao 1931 at 2 p m in Herat halt for the purpose of nominating candidates to be voted for at the November electio I9 i for the offices cf Juttice ot tht Peace Lad Constable ot said district 2nd That the candidates receiving a nn j 4ityOf the votes cast in said convention shall be dtclared the Rt publican nominees and have thel names placed on the official ballot lot the respective office WM HAMILTON W IL Wacox V Com G M MADDOX j FORDSVILLE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republlca Committee of the Fordsvllle Magister Ial District held in Fordsvllle Ohic county Ky Saturday Jnne 8 1901 a mijirlty of the committee being present The committee was railed to oder by the chairman nnd entered Into business The following resold tioas were nlopted by the committee RelOvcd ist That a mass con vention be held at Fordsvllle Ohio county Ky on Saturday July 20 1901 at i oclock p m for the purpose ol uoiumiting candidates to be Voted iv the next regular election fo the offices ol Magistrate and Con districtI receiving a ma in said convert t on fhull be declared tae Republican nominees and have their name enter ed on the official ballot for the respec live offices JACOB CHANCELLOR Chtnn S C MILLUR Secy DWORD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee ot the Buford Magisterial District at Bcca Ky 01 the 8th ol June 1901 a niHJority ot said cnuimi tee being present the coiimlttee was tailed to order by the chairman and the following reioutions drafted aud adopted Reiolved tat That a mass conven tion be hqid at Beds Ky la the Hn L fnil Magisterial District o a Saturday JulyiSat 2 oclock p m 1501 for the purpose ul nominating candidates to be voted lor at the next regular election for the offices of Magistrate and Constable in said district and That the camUatrs receiving a rui jarity of the votes cst In said convention shall be declared the Re publican i ooiinees lor Magistrate and Constable and shall have their names placed on the official ballot lor said of fices O R TISSLKV Chmn L P BENNETT Secy SULPHUR SPRINGS MAGISTERIAL DIS TRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Sulphur Springs Magisterial District held at Sulphur Springs Ohio county KyJuneia 1901 it was ordered that a mass con vention be hid at Narrows Ky on the aoth ofJuly 1901 for the purpose ol ntmlnating candidates for Magistrate and Constable to be voted for at he next reguar election All Re publicans are requested to attend the convention The candidates recelv Ing the highest number of votes will be declared the nominees of the Re publican party and entitled to have their names entered on the official oallot J B WALLACE Chmn Did you ever see two boys mate a race for a wagon and one tumble over end fall to reach it while the other lands himself on the back of the ve bide and then hear the boy who Ulled cry out to the driper cut be hind This expression gives an in sight to a large cago of humanity The boy who failed wanted the sue catul one to come down and wallow in the dirt with him There is a marI in the race for life he tails neighbor succeeds with dirt on his lace and rags on his back he cries out cut behind The large hord ofhuman beings that fail are the malcontents by the road side casting did into the air and yell tag but behlndEx CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always aught Bears theJI M+Signature of 6a4e7jT7 Reunion The Green River Reunion Association composed of the nth 17th 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 commit tee on arrangements cordially invite all ex Federal exConfederate and SpanlshAmerican soldiers to at tend A free dinner will be rervtd them and their wives Excursions from Bowling Green above and Cal boon below will enable the public to attend who are also invited J T RIVES Secy To Cu Ooiutlpatlun Foreter- Tako Caicuntii Candr Cathartic IOu or He It C Co C tall to mre drucslau refund moray A farmer at Ogden Iowa has just received from the government 30 iiI return for some bills chewed up goat thirteen years ago The IOlt got bold oi the tanners vest and tore tiibills out of the pocket and chewed and swallowed them The goat was then killed and the mass of pulp rt covered When sent to the treasury they found by examination that it was six five dollar bills and sent the owner new bills in their placeEx HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Chol oraand Dlarrhooa Remedy I I am sure that Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy i tone time saved my life says A E Lifalelte ot Gregory Landing Clark county Missouri I wrs in such bad phnpe that the doctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of my neigbors brought in a bottle of Chamberlalna Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Renudy and I took ii and got instant relief I soon got up andaround That was nine yeais ago and lOin still in good health Since then that medicine has always been in my house and always will be It is the best on earth For sale by Z Wayne Uiffin Bro m The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist Or The Discoverer ot SwampBoot at Work la ma laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In Ihli country most dangerous because so decep byIIbeartkidneydiseasevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness cf the blood the albumen BrightDiseaseDr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless case1 after all other efforts have failed At drueclsts In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SwampRootDr Kilmer U Co Binghamton N Y aad mention this paper 7 Ai jo M IIII MCKINLEY WANTS NO THIRD TERM Issues a Signed Statement Say Ing That He Would not Under any Circumstances Ac cept Another Nomination for the- Presidency Washington June I 1The lolow Ing statement has been given out at the White House I regret that the suggestion of aI third term has been made I doubt whether lam called ufo 1 to give ItI notice But there are questions row of the greatest importance before tbeI administration and the country andI their just consideration should not be prejudiced in the public mind by even the snsplcot ol the thought of a third term In view therefore of the relttiatioa of the suggestion of it I will say IIOoV once for all expressing a long settled conviction that I not only om not and will sot be a candi date for a third term but would not accept a nomination for it il it were tendered meIMy only ambition Is to serve through my second term to the acceptance of my countrymen whose gen erons confidence I so deeply ap predate and then with them to do my duty in the ranks of private citizen shiptTj McKiNLRV Executive Mansion Washington June to tntP- resident McKinleys official announcement disposing ot the third term idea suggested by some ol his admtrers created no great surprise among his friends wfco have known of his deep conviction on the subject When Senator Depews suggestion ten days ago that the President should be reelected for a third term began to be seriously discussed and when 8cveiil of the Presidents ttiends felt called upon to Indorse the idea the President decided that the public mind should be insttntly cleared o even the suspicion that he was seek- Ing to break down the precedents 01 the the past by becoming a candidate for another term He broached the su jtct to Secretary Long lat yesterday alternot lIe told him that he believed an an nouncement at the very inception ot the discussion would be wise and last night officially informed the members ot the cabinet who had been informally called together of bU decision It met with hearty approval There was unanircous concurrence in the be lief that discussion ot a third term for the President il allowed to go on would not oily place the President in a false light before tbe country bnt would arouse antagonisms and great ly embarrass the ministration In the salntlon of the great questions before it The btief announcement which the President had prepared was given out by Secretary Cortelyou at noon to lay I Pot Tobacco Spit and twlt loir lift imj To quit tobacco ea lljr anti foreter be way nctle lull of life sierra nu t VIgor take NoTo Dae the 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among other things a beautiful goldI en cradle the gift of a German prince the Swedish Queen Ulrica Uleonc ra The booty was distributed and the clergymen ot the island received- as his share n beautifully carved andI btjeweledwalking stick The clergyman went soon niter to the capital to take his seat in pallia ment and he took the stick with him Whenever he appeared on the street people admired the cane The king sumnoied him and asked how he hart acquired such a work ot art Thereupon the clergyman told him ol the shipwreck Of the murder of theI nothlnglThesent a tO p of soldiers to the Island j with Injunctions to bring back all the treasures for the ship The Isaadels1 however concealed the ObltgIedfelt that hits end was near coifessid to the clergyman that he bad bulled in his alden the odch cradle of Queen Uirica U conoia The place ffhete he had concealed it he then described J exactly and be begged the clergyman to get it and tend it with jut delay to the quern The man promised to 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Jacksonville lor all points in South 1loiida Winter tourists tickets now on sale to principal tesotts cf Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Has RaltjWhYvillI A Whedon Passenger Agent i W A TURK Gen Pass Agent Washington D C 4- JIV II TAYLOR A G P A Ixjulsville Ky NEWTHROUGHLINE Kntm tnimnu M- OCHICAGO A new through car line has been utabllshfd for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between I Uvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mnttoon Champaign arid the maj from Evansville to Mnttoon formerly j part of the P D B Ry The set vices Is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Kx Sun Iv Hvsnivlle 73opni 730 aim Ar Chicago 7ooam 700pm SOUTH BOUND Dally Kr Son Lv Chicago 84npm 8joam Ai Evansville 805 m SISOp m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ala on day trains llcketa ol you local ticket agent II rit wIth ion wliethtr eeaiinM the 5ItTs5littiIObsVObbII5OTflOiA ctTP7 P FIISt5M00 sgl-O yIabIat I many thoound loses 55layseu 1 TMilmxnlali and 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