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V THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORBtf OF HE PAEiriH THE FaUlTS COHfiRESIONAl DI5IR1C Subscription 1 a year VOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 51901 No 50 THE FIRST STEP beforebibfrlesltAJtcs1tlcMcrful of pLnd will endow the child phyit1 cheerful dltpojl w rvf 1 Lion fanyawlre- II whO beth periencca of pre natal mUtry bodyi beriJ Dr Pierces Fa- f I PreicrlpJphyileal 1 oothetthenerreafed eel elutidty to the orgaaa mater I practicallywftii the toother to provide f jJcutlfi supply heatlmydfi4women There Ino Alcohol la Favorite Pre fromopIamr DrPIx sacredlycoaentLa1Buffalo N V Jftl1i1n betnI1mthnsto tue the Vrurlle Prncrip Dr riercei rieuant IVlIeU are a I pteuant and effective laxative medicine Ifm Ir ajI IV1llri L HEAV RIM 1M at LawHARTFORD KY kle prnlMtoa In all thrnartsof toeuit a4 cue n olApsIHrwdal ItMtloB lIIn to roOctloaa ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAUTfUIII liT Will pretibm iirotmloa hail Hi roartnlObIOtosItandfuurtufippisla Irompt Bad eanfal rouldtrMInu sins bwlntM tatnutfd to bin Ufflc over IThIu DnJ Hank JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY DpfeUl allBtloB irlr n tn eollrrttoai mating bitnut Ar situ Notary Public fur Oblo coun ty OBtee sortS elde public quartI C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW ii turritit i KV WlllpracllivtiUprnfiMloa IB all tha martini dlolItonUdlnNJItdalaltloata Ii cars Oar In Co Attjri omla eoartbooM F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTIOIII 14V Will pritrtlrv la the wait nl bIo rnuntyniid Court otAppwil ITorapt nttrnllan RlTm to nit f buIag ratrutnl In rum One In llwalil I aulldlair J J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law II A ItT ItJI Ky Will pnwtlr hla tirolMulon In thin sot adjoin ceouatlm 1415 lallnUa glrru to all BMa eatrat4 d tu liU cart S P ROB- Y4TTORNEY4T LA W- rnRIINVIMr KKNTPfltT Will pnutlm hi profession In all tbtoartanl Oblo iad dlnlaloIlNanU andloutInI ApsoJm Hprdal att atlon glrrn to eoiirctto- naOflNP MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KT pocl41tItDUo given to all buulurts ratroit ed to cart la conrtbonM 0 M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY AVin practlra hU firolnulon la nil tb courts of Oblo aid ndjololnx counties Bprrlnl nttrntlon mbetn to all basins atmtfd to bU care CollectIons a iprdnlt E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wlllprnttlrcbbi prolrMlan In nil tbrourtsofI- Cutucky dvru to rullictioti ttlurnt ol dnwlrafn estates rand cart erlailBBl prattle Oaks upstaIrs anna block J Bn WEDDINGAnO- RNEYindCOUNSEllORatlAW HARTFORD KY J V Will praetlM hla tirohwloa In nil tbe court nl Oblo cud adjoining counties sad tba Court ol Ap Prompt attmtlon gina to all bnlnnu ntraiUd to blm OHlc In ItirutuCAn building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky Will practice bU prolmilon In tboennrtu at Ohio and adjoining conntlx Alan Kotanr Inblle I Southern Railway Through Kt lit lust Rontbern Btnt- MKENTUOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GIN lA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI f WS III Thrr Dally Train IKtwnm LoaI vWs and lilDIrtOD Observation ChI Cam Trains I0AT8 and arrive Lonisyill from tYealb Btratt Union B pot connecting sub trains ol the IIUDOtiCtntral Itallroad and L II A lit 111 It rorlntormallon address A Wiraox F A T A10 4th AYe Loalirllh- WM U TiTtot Aubtant 01 A Loal Tlll WahlloaW a REBELLION Secretary Navy Under Cleve land Urges a Political Re volt in the South lie Puts no Premium on Loyalty to Party in that Section of the Country Montgomery Ala June a8Ex Secretary II A Hubert addrefied the Alabama Oar Afgoclatlon on the anbject of Duties MuJ Responsibili ties ol the American Lawyer In the Twentieth Century The constitu tional convention adjourned IQ honor of his address and the address was delivered to both bodied in the state capitollie declared that the country had entered upon the mOlt critical period ot its existence In the time of na tional exultation and exaltation we must not overconfident Itlseaiy for a few people ol the same generul character to agree The country is no longer small or homogeneous For aellgovernment to be succtssfut citl Zeus must be alive to the incrrailug arduousnesH ol selfcontrol Great cities SIC mnltlplylug vast masses of manufactures are appregated The telegraphand press Wing the whole country under the same exciting con ditions that compel mobs of civilized men to do the work ol barlntlans New complexities are arising Cuba Porto Rico Hawaii and Alaska and the Philippines demand solution Shall we return them or abanon them Shall we govern them ol let them govern ul Two perIls assailed us prior to 1850 incur Infancy The Hartford con vention threatened disruption and South Carolina attempted nullifica lIon Since 1850 four crisis have been passed the civil war recon struction attempted Impeachment of Andrew Jackson the HaytTllden contest Reconstruction gave the ballot to the negro and this led to the ballot box frauds in the South where the ballot box hall always been sacred Fraud stalks through the land like a pestilence in the night The line is imaginary between counting out the negro because his vote is cast for the wiong candidate and counting ont the while man because lila vote is ob noxious Hoiuft elections ate the only salvation ol the country Let all educated men proclaim aoud that except upon the basis of honest elec tions the n Iural outcome of republic an government Is discontent uaret instability and finally involution PLHADS FOR INDEPKNDKNCK The speaker turned to the remedy and declared it to be greater inde pendence ol thought and action IrssI slavlfli adherence to paltlta TbeI yellow dog theory of politics will i ot do Wot thy men must t ot rurIrender their poTer In party and IIateI THE HOME GOLD CURE I An Ingenious Treatment by WhichI Drunkards are Being Cured In Spite of Themaolvos No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nervoa A Pleasant and Pod tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness Is a disease aud not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant seot Intox requires an antidote capable 01 neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving for 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 audI treatment of Inebriates The faithIful use according to directions wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands of Drunk ards into sober Industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands I I Chit dren cure your fatheibl This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a eptcific for this dUcose onlyand is so skillfully devised that it is thoroughly ooluble and pleasant to the taste BO that it can he 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 mure have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without I their knowledge in coffee or tea and I believe todAY that dIscontinuedI drinking of their own not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost tog 26 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when requested i without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on- receiptof I one dollar Address Pept I I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia j All correspondents strictly confidential to strcksters Every citizen must bl n Hovcregn to act The power of the indepentent presi of the north and sonth was delt upor at length and its influence for good t the south In past twenty five years was described The Civic Federation In Chicago and the Acndemy of Pollt ical Sciences ot Philadelphia wen laudedColonel Herbert declared We are in need of freer thought and freer action in the south The time has come when no man should sappoit the nominees ol his party un less the platform and the man arc such as he approves If no party puts oat a platform aud nominees which a man approves he should reject them all Let the patties undestand thai clauses put into platforms to catch votes will drive away intelligence Colonel Herbert especially empha sized the growing readiness to party revolt among the Alabama newspa pets and commended those which reo fnsed to stand by the party in 1896 lie particularly urged activity in par ty primaries and nominations so as to prevent the necessity of revolt at the election TUB INSULAR DECISION He continued One ol the greatest questions for solution now is whether the constitu tion follows the flag in the insular possessions The turning over of the Philippines is an accomplished fact Shall we govern them or they utl Parties swapped posit ons on the underlying question The Abolition fats Republicans Garret Smith and Charles Sumner declared that the Declaration ol Independence taught that all ate free and equal Now the expansion Republicans have the op posite view which was held by the old Democratic leaders Our Democratic friends in Con gress taking care always to quote from Lincoln make the welkin ring with the views of the old time aboli tionists The speaker discussed the supreme court decisions In the Porto Rico cases and sold the main declaration was correct and he regretted it was not unanimous Atlanta Constitu tim Lentil A Stitch Its Time saTe ala HnghM Tonic but liJNuanttabun InrriDIf sad VII licagu and Ualnrlal F rtra Action the llrrrto up the yteiu Hitter than Calomei rar1II1aDAVE WAS YOUNG THEN Missed the Chance of his Life to Get Rich While Out in Colorado Dr J P Lightcot tells a story on Col A R Murray that is vouched for by a number ot men who were there Mummy years ago when Dave was In Colorado a son of a rnlllioc alre miner killed a man and was put n trial fot his life About all that Dave was doing In those days was looking for a good thing and he was quite successful in that work The lawyers who had charge of the defense took Murray into the case and finding him to be a pert sort oi a fellow gave him the leadership The Colonel got into god shape and male the speech ol his life using up about a half day in his argument The millionaires only son was acquitted and there was general rejoicing in Pueblo Col Murray was young in those days and broke besides and when the mil lionaire asked the amount of his fee David looked like a lamb and told him that 300 would about do A dollar looked like a circus ring to the youthful attorney and he thought he was striking pretty high The old gold miner looked foolish and then paid the bill He wai willing and expected to pay icoooo The other attorneys in the case wanted to hang Dave and sbrne ol his best friends thought tIought to have done so for letting Dame Fortune getaway alter knocking at his doar Hawes vllle Plaludealer a Miny thousands have been restored- to health and happiness by the use of Chnmbetlalns Cough Remedy It afflicted with any throat or lung trouble give it a trial for it is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that cli mate 01 famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by Its use Bear in mind that every bottle is warranted and II it does not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m OAS1ORXABean thelbs Kind TIl hate tn1S Bought Blgattuiacf 1Ip The editor of a newspaper that has adopted phonetic fpelllng in a measure received postal card foot an old subscriber which reads as follows I hev tuk your aper fer leven years but if you kant upel enny better than you hev ben dolt fer the last two woks you may Jest ntopplt j eI MANUFACTURERS 1 No Tariff Agitation but the Right Sort of Reciprocity is They Want WbIJ If there has at any time My I rom for doubt as to where the Man r facturers Club stands upon the ques tion of the maintenance of a Protec tive Tariff the action which thatj remyeettIt misrepresentation upon the subject by a unanimous vote the club hai placed itself on record as opposing any I modification of the present Tariff or any agitation to that end and as lay oring the policy 01 a judicious od mutually advantageous reciprocity This agrees precisely with the view of the question which was presented by Mr Theodore C Search in his capacity of president ol the National Association of Manufacturers and upon which we took cccaslon at the time approvingly to comment Mr Search in his address advocated the extension of the principle of reel j rocity in accordance with the program long ago at the instance of Mr Blaine adopted by the Republican party anti at this time warmly favored by no less a person than the President himself I What Mr Search said was ptoinptly seized upon by the Free Trade papers and construed by them as an indica tion that the Protectionists were pre paring to abandon the ground which they have always heretofore occupied but of course there was no justification for any such interpretation In the same speech Mr Search had been careful to reassert his unabated opt ty to and confidence in the Protective policy and his unshaken belief In the necessity for Its perpetuation He deprecated the Manufacturers Club has deprecated now any modification ol the Tariff or any agitation looking in that direction and he pointed outI that so far from the Protective eyItern being incompatible with the enforcement of the policy of Protection it furnished the only basis upon whichI r reciprocal arrangement could be eaI tablishedThat the view which has beenI embodied in the resolutions which theI Manufacturers Club has now adoptedl and It may be hoped that the position of the manufacturers ot Philadelphia upon this question may be neither misrepresented nor mlaon J derstood They are opposed to theI opening of any agitation upon this IsIsue They dont want the Tariff cbangedand they dont want Any talkiabout changing it because they how instantly and injuriously any such discussion affects the course ofibusiness At the same time they apIpreciite the Importance and the necessity for retaining and extending our hold upon the foreign market and they are hi artily in favor ofopening onr markets on favorable terms for what we do not ourselved pioluce in return for free foreign markets That seems to be sufficiently explicit and Intelllglblea Philadelphia InquirerhOASTOXlXJLBean timhs Kbd YojJtariJUwjj Boatfl 2- 110rfiCuro for Cholera Infantum Novor Known to Fall During last May an infant child of- tour neighbor was suffering from cho era infantnm The doctors bad given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Darrhoen Remedh to the house telling them I felt sure It would do goodlf used according to directions In two days time the child had lully recovered The child Is now vigor ous and healthy I have recommend ed this remedy frequently and have never known it to IailMrs Curtis Baker Boolcwalter Ohio For sale by Z Wayne GrjOin Bro m CASTORIAFor d The Kind You Have Always Bought Baf JiijyifflcU I A Millionaires Troubles Millionaires are supposed to live a life of pure delight and perfect bappie ness and I guess allof us willing to stand the chances on their trials and worries to get their bank baobs But in reading the Inner lives ot the moneyed ones their lot is not an easy one to fill We were reading the other day of Helen Gould who is no noted for her philnnthroph ic work The article wu telling bowf the poor and needythe greedy ap peals and demands braid Churches requests through the mall in one week amounted to 17 Twentythree charitable Institutions appealed for help eight educational institution and no less than 143 individuals all ot whom wtote they wcte on tbeI verge starvation Many who write warn the heiress that unless aid conies immediately the writers would have to end their misery This puts n heavy responsibility on a body for it is bard to ktov the worthy ones Some ol the rt quests Are amusing There were tome who asked for Miss Goulds old clothes one begged for a watch one asked for tickets to come entertainment Three asked for bicy des Of these letters very few asked for the Influence of Miss Gould to help them secure positions It wa outright moneyor its value they ask for In one week the number of communications opened by Mir Gould and her secretary numbered I 819 Exchange oxi3aonXjaBuratt 1hehdYosHnsAlwasgb- iICE t 1IpofCAVES lOne Out in the State of Arizona Which Supplies Ice for Summer Use Several years ago a man who was wandering over the lava fields in the pine woods nine miles from Flag stall discovered a narrow slit in the lava which appeared to lead into a lot eral and much larger opening The slit was wide enough for a man to squeeze his way into it At the hot tom about 20 feet from the surface a low chamber opened on one side which was found to extend about 300 feet At the further end the roof was high enough lora man to stand erect It was in the month of August and a large bank of ice was heaped against the fnther wall but tbe rest ol the cavern seemed to be dry In the following March the cave was visited again and Sound to be as lull of ice as it could hold It is now a source of ice supply for the hot months of summer The ice melts away as the summer advances but early in tbe season there is a large amount most of which is now nit lied The ice is split into large pieces hauled to the surface with bok and tackle and carried away by the carload In this hollow under the ground the air settles in the winter months piolncing temperature below the freezing point There are times dur ug the winter when a great deal of water runs Into the cave This Is frozen solid and as the water contlc to oln ltis added to the Iiozen mass until the cave is completely fill edwIth ice There are similar ice caves In va- t2us parts cf the world One of them s In Iowa The Ice Trade Journal recently published an account of deep in the basalt near Bhrenbre Germany where the air even n mid summer is below the freezing point at night and Ice is continually forming New York Sun a Tho Bout Romedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most I all of the proprietary medicines ol ny note Among the entire list IIave never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera andI Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and owel troubles says O W Wake eld of Columbus Ga This remedy cuted two severe cases ol cholera morbus In my family and I have rec ommended and sold hundreds of bot ies ol It to my customers to their eeI tire satisfaction It chords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No family should be without it I keep it in my house at all times For sale by Z Wayne Griffin bro m aThe editor ol the Virginia Nev Chronicle calls himself a truthful man and yet with all show ol sin cerity he prints the following A Wabnska old maid took out her false teeth and laid them on a chair on gr ing to bed a few nights ago and tome one slipped them away and lelt a horneshoe in their place On arising In the morning she put the boreshoe in her mouth and wore it almost allay before she discoveicd her error This Will Interest Many To quickly Introduce the famous blood purifier B B B Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will give away 10000 treatments B B B will positively cure all blood and skin ulcers scrolula eczema sores itching humors swell- Ings pimples bolls carbuncles bone gains rheumatism catarrh blood poison atlecting throat or bones mucous patches cancer swellings per latent pimple or wart B B B makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and stops all ches and pains Druggists i For ree treatment address Blood DalmI Co Atlanta Ga Describe trobleI and free medical advice given untilI cured B B B cures old deep eat ed cases that refuse to heal under pat ent medicines or doctors treatment B B Bo composed ol pure botanic purtIfierNothng makes a thin man so proud of himself as the sight ofa fat woman trying to act bashfnf JA GOOD MOVE Good Roads Convention Meets at Owenstoro July 16 and 17 The officials and citizens of Owen Insand public highways and desiring to forward the movement in behall of 1good roads nave arrrnged with tbe Good Roads association for the construction of a utile of model road adjoining Owensboto by the ex pert crew rdR traveling through the South over the line t l the Illinois Central railroad under the auspices ol this association That tbemove ment may have the best possible effect in this section they have arrang ed for a Gcoi Roads convention to be held in t jvensboro on July 16 and 17 1911 to which they cordially Ihvite the people of Daviess and adjoining counties of West Kentucky and Southern Indiana generally At this convention addresses wilt be deliver ed by prominent speakers familiar with the subject of road construction and a practical demonstration will be given ol road building applicable o the needs and ability of the people ol this section Among the speakers expected are President W II Moore ol the National Good Roads associa tion lion Martin Dodge director of the bureau ol road inquiry of the Ag ricultural Department Mr Charles T Harrison road expert of the Agri cultural Department and others Speakers ol note in the state will also be present and a grogram will be presented that will be full of interest to progressive people who are interested in the improvement of tbe roads of the state Unususal opportunities will be presented tor the gaining of ideas about economic methods 01 road work arid the practical demonstatlon of road building will be of value par tlcularly to road overseers and supervisors In connection with the con vention there will be a comprehensive exhibit of the latest designs in road making machinery by all the prominent manufacturers of the country County officials are especially urged to attend The citizens ol Owensboro are preparing to give a free burgoo on one of the days to their visitors and in every way the occasion will he made pleasant and profitable to those who attend- The railroads and steamboats have granted a one fare round trip rate for this occasion from all points within gone hundred miles ol Owensbaro a Doal Tobcco Spit cud finult Toar JUle fuUerultUse the wonderworker that makee weak men strong All drugeltla Do of II Cure guaran teed JlooWct suet sample tree Address Sterling Itemed ra Chicago or Heir York NewIsFormer Gov P C Cheney ol Hampshire is dead I Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlains Pain Balm In about one third the time any other treatment would require because ol Its an tlseptlc qualities which cause the party to heal without maturation For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Droc Want ads of the Future Owing to the Increased wealth ofs the nation Lite prophesies that the IIIInas i fice boy in department store Salary 300cOo per weeks LostOne billion dollars will be given for return of mongrel pup ant r werlng to the name oi Rubberneck 41145 5th Ave Go to the Honi Sui restaurant ford fine cc olng and quick service iness mens lunch on including wine 90000 Table dholet 150000 Private SchoolDr Mushems pri vate school for Infants I fit all achoIare for college by the time they are three years old None admIttedover four months of age Send 100 in stamps for catalogue Sheeneys Theatre Mr Moses Isaacstcin presents Miss Pleshanblood tbe highest type ot dramatic art Generations of breeding have produced in Miss Pleshanblnod the largest legs and the smallest cranlel capar LOW RATES VIA ILLINOIS CEUTRflL R RI t11 the 4th ot 4Lit J 1For 1911 low U of fare will effect be tween all stations on the i outlier nlinea of the Illinois Central and to points- on theY MV RR and tbe A V R R Tickets on sale July 2 3 and 4 good to return until July 8 in elusive Tickets and lull information as to canIbeWM MURRAY Dlv Pass Agent New OrleansJNO SCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis H Itonsos o Ar W KKLUlIfI1 0 I A Chicago LooUTllI Ity of any living star Popular prices 400000 500000 751001 A New Histoilcil Novel Read When UngJasd stat lu Power by Rdjnr Ampher Zolster Written by the new electric process 81 thrill in 200 pages Only 98 oo Crooks Tours Billionaires and all people in moderate circumstances should avail themselves of our extraordinary offer Patty leaves New Yorkon the loth returning on tbe I5th making trip around the world Single tickets 496 257823 Stew ands tip 410000 extra Wanted Pensioners The popula tion of this empire is now onlv eight billions 01 these only seven billions nine hundred millions ate drawing pensions Do not delay but send in your application to the government at once For SleA copy ol the Bible a celebrated folklore book bl ancient times in goo I conditions price ret sonable I When a man gets a divorce from his wife it is generally because she made hIm get oae Irom too many oth things To Ccfr Ctonstlpallon Forevrr ortlOIfRED HAIR BLAZES Along the Line of Fame From Alexander Tile Great to Fitzsimmons Red hair and greatness go together Sometimes the hair may be only red dishor sandy but any tint in the direction of red carries with It a chance at least for fame Take this list of men and women who were topped with red or reddish hair MenCaesar Ciooiwell Napoleon Columbus Alexander Talla Shale speare Tasso Jefferson Padsmvjkl and Filzjlmmons Women Queen Elizabeth Helen QI Troy Sappho Cleopatra Joan oi Arc Lucletla Borgia Marie Anllonette Mme Racamler Beatrice Cenci Ss rah Bernhardt Mrs Leslie Carter Mr Armour Is said once to have remarked to Mr Gunsanlus Without sandy haired people the world would have been frczen to death The giants and matters of trade and and commerce are men of temper and many ol the captains on great fields of war bad hair redder than mine The secret of It all is not to let things et so hot that there is danger of a cooflgratlon Fowler and Wells the phrenoo y the men who made the old familiar chart plaster heads say Red hair Is an indication or ardor passion intensity of feeling and purl y of character and usually go with a- anguine temperament- It is significant that the largest percentage ol red haired people is found among the Irish The Swede Dane Rod Scott rank next in order The lighter shades of red indicate thatj these characteristics are very intense Red hair is besides likely to grow darker as age advances which Indi ates greater strength and stability of characterWhile red hair is unquestionably a- ign ol supceptibllity and general alertness it is not of itself n certain indication of intelligence The foregoing list of red headed- ner and women if it may be taken as correct shows that there Is no epoch of history when there was not really great man or woman withed hair From Helen of Troy to Mrs Leslie Cattcr who II she was not born great has bad greatness for ibly thust upon her from Alrxac ci the Great to Robert Fitzilmnionx red hair blrzes hcecon tide along the line of fame I EdneatoTonr Jloweie witn dticareu foreverOCtC HERES FOR A PLUNGE j How many women feel equal to a dive below the watery deep How many of them have the nerve for it Very few- Almost every woman suffers from a weakened condition of the mu cous membrane that lines her body and this sapshervitality and energy She is filled with nervous terrors and does not find life worth living She is told she has dyspepsia or female weakness when in reality nothing ails her but catarrh or Inflammation of the delicate lining of her organs She needs Peruna and nothing else It is the only medicine necessary to restore her strength Whats the use of dragging through life half alive when Peruna will bring back all its pleasure ThIS medicine is a tonic for the whole body and there is no doubt at all but that you need it for it is the one real cure foraU troubles Pasinn Epliin Best reached bv the LUNOI ENTRAt RB Through service yin uemtihU IxtoUvlUo Cla rlaantl and Cltrtland tffoetlTe on nod alter uaj W sad c n UUllft til SLEEPING CAR WITHOUTCHANGEnnTwiw Ifevv OrleansAND fiaffaloAn evening departure from New Or leans and a morning arrival It Baffalo DININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARS Cn route Particular ofegentuof the IlllnoU Ontral und connecting HUM Vu tiiBiur Dlr 1ruur Agent Sew Orlrane Ixo A HCOTT DlTlilou 1aur Agent uemphla AitlfAsoaor2WAKCLIoxDAorA Cliloifro LouIsville LazylivOrI ralorthat I purchased another supply and was plouljr cured Iihall M too glad to =Doimend Queareta whenever tha la P aMmomhl Pa CANDY CATHARTIC cWJTRADE MAAN BlOUTMtD TibGoodCURE CONSTIPATION IldM1 54j Cap7 time noimi n t rook M Coldsndeuurantedbtujidngnu l it t1I1 trt If VARICOCELE STRiCTUR No other disease It to preratent areone men ILl Vftrlcecele Aa It laterftrta with th inutrition ol the sexual organ It produce emlttloai lou of semen through ike urinedecay of the orgaus pain ta iiio loin aching Iu the back pondency baslofuine paipatation of thu heart constipation and a eomblaallon of- these retail In completa of Manhood ol young aid middle age4menaretroubledwithStrloturu If jrou bats reaton to you ire- aMictedwithitdoatnegIecti It will ruiaou Dont let doctors espetImen- toayonbycuttiagstretcbiug or tearlug J pefn fe Treatmentdissolves the I Lines It retnrlt Vecuri Varlcocele and Stricture without opsratlouorlossot time The treatment ma betakes at home privately Send for our free Illuitratid Book un Vnrtcocclc Htrlatura We uiruutce Co Cur or No Pay Kidneys BladderJ2 Atliexaaleomplilntiaffectthlieerjrinilieacotli3kl iiti are a aaan p of e e ie 011 achlnir or weaVnct over of lbs back IDdaC7 te- urtaatefrequentlydeposltle U J urlnecoiduesof bud or fwUadrowiy feeling IajDont neglect your kldneji Our New Method TrcatwH la guaranteedcure any disease laeiaorffane or no paT H PKo Names Vd Without Written Coassat j lIcbJ8IIIla4Icocelettrtcturea of a yeare Handler I was operated- cutwlceandergoiaggrsataufferlng but only rot temporary relict I was finally advised to try the Method TraatmcntofDre- x K Tbe enlarrrd Ttlae dliappeartd la ilxweektthitrlcturatUine was remoTed la eight week aid my sexual energy and vitalit- retaruedsol was a man In every reicect I recommend you doctors wIth my whole heart CURES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO PAY fibre Tntmnl After Treatesut SyphIIBook tree Writs for gutloa List tot UOllla Treatmeu- tflrs V 628 WALNUT STREET- UIt Kennedy Kergan00 CINCINNATI OHIO K c K K K K K K K K K K s I j litj Hon Alfred Taylor Tennessees Great Humorist and Lecturer Will Address the Ohio County Teachers I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 5 tON lUlU 111 Iilltor =ccrco =a- n uCh ns == CumbrDn 1 Svd Fldas bj u HztfordPab CoInrpoa- thrtd II Hartford pOlllficl1S mflldoIass mail miller REPUBLICAN TICKET For HIIftIh-ALI ft N IlErrlop Connlr Jnilcr FOX ttUEII- Sroruunsy Court Clerk 3IH AGLH- roronnty Atlomrjr 31 L HKAVIUV For Mirrlll tAz I liEofl 10 tnrKrliunl NnprrlulrutlriK JAMis mVKi3it For Jnllrr THOMAS II lllACK For AuJIo- rIlttIt LOW- EForSurse3or It1IIY II MOtin Forforonrr U3S L ItAVIN 1 Q mtlt EJ FOB JtAtllSTKATE- VlltST lUSTaiUT W antaalkorlMd to wu- iEuME nA lit It- AiatMdMat fur l IB tV HartfoH Ma4 MtaJ DMnct objiTt to tWixskwuttW 7IXI D1sTMttc Wo mtkviiwd to aIosae tiro ttMarllu to S w UU tow MaaMmto to tbt tplIMMMMtal oootrkt MkjKt tvttf Mfc vf lb tIftJ W tIIottvLll 1ICK HOUCK i a CM4MM tor MaMtto hi tk tlwIitoHitirlal M ut ibct to tft stlua d- Suks prtz Wo vr Mtkwrlaml to amu- uMtltIt lIUHUEU A MMlUM tor CvMMMt m thrtYoa Mkbag UbI4t Mtljoe to lb O 1 lb IBrtllilB nir TBIIUlI1D1TIltT- WI HI aUtkurlMd tO aUVMI JOhN nUIIAIIAM A antedate tor UacWtnto IB tb S l kw itoai iliiiiiuilil Ihiilii khM la tk Bc Ou al tI KqiiMfcBB prt7- YOtbTH DITKKT W ai aatkurlml N- EI1R BBBOBBI 311TII fILL ti rn4W tu iiaIrW in Ik rura rlrMlul Ik sb1 If lb tius ib MbblS ppt3 We ar aatkurlwd tu aaiHMum- s v niiiii- A B MkBdMBI hot Mutetnt ki tk FunfelUt UMMMtal IMMrlct Mkj rt to Ikt BfthlB 1 Ik = lartjrrifTH l U TBkY W M MtkortWll fu- El BBBWVBn MlLe- avdtdst tor aaaMrat It u Bafcnl ttld SWf lot lbiIdlu UI SIXTH bUTKUT W sa Mtkorli 4 to aaaoai- U 1 ItKMItll SR M tSkIM tor JUirMrM to lb Qmtrto a ttadMrial IMMrbt Mklnct to tk Mftiw u1 tk ILifNO3sE STK DI TMCT Wo an aiiaurlaxl to aaauaaw L UKHUY lO tV- A lii a kupurtkflejopaIoIk va7 IS TRUTH LOW DOWN Last week we look up the record of Mr Smith oa the Two Week lay Billut ihuwdcoc1uivIy ta every reaOllablmiud that Mr Salt without cue turswd agaiwt hh tmad the kboricy man and voMIt to keep hiiz in poverty a corn plett Livii ot the mio operator Wf do not know what be got vet of vow for tbt corporation but if it laCK logical W conclude that Uk kid MO inurwt in cost miniog he would bavit votfed ia the inters ot the poor hndworki g kbonogmao had tbtf MX bet other powers tfcut he tueudo his Our argunwot iw hit conduct gad approved by UM lt and collwu la addition to what w said about tM L gblaturmof W and iu resnlu we took up the catopuga iroa a DecKcrattc at Mipoiet ajrgaing that State pvliiic bad btft deredot ot the campaJga by the head of the twet and approved by each ot the sabWaili our reader are advised aj to what we laid kut wk and they know in tbe positive that we said cot CallingkWI just simply Wok up their coo ilttet aid the prifteJjJe they stand fcr We cited taw pertaining toI the conduct of the nwaibors of that tfoket whkk racU were or may have bees Low Dowy We simply eaRed the attention of our raider tot Maniwr U which the f the Bckhara pW proprieNnI isidM the mindi ct the the ewBty by tfotiriibiBj pdiatinga ot vatloiw iiwigB but for the sole porf aw ot hinniaj the party PililionlI tt a iofintwue hatred lug tin we alluded tu a youag lIIlnI wbo perbaps knew no better call lagne Dame who Uourubed the red flag io the bulls faee Our state verylearWeed oat tbe Iiacf Democratic pro cedureIt certainly net Low Dow to say that thii or that lady was in thI I Ueckhnm procwsion Indeed wo hadno thought of calling into ques hon tho good name oi a sweet woman but to show who were Instrumental in fanning hatred in the hearts of men over a foolish and idiotic nflair that ought not to be noticed by civil ized Americans Wo did not hope for our lino of argument to please Mr Bentou and the Democratic nominees for it is too hazardous for them In answer to all we said last weekabout tho conduct of Mr Smith in the legislature and tho principles for which they stand Mr Benton had mighty little to say lIe is in capable of conducting a lino of argu ment but is excellent on abuse and the superfluity of billingsgate Fol towing is his denial for Mr Smithof tbe charge made against him last week Kir voting against the Two Weeks ray Bill Belowwe give in full Mr Ben tons denial ot his supporting the Goebel law the aversions ot Wood son and Watterson tbe demand for the contest and the approval of its results the revolt against the people and the dbfranchbement of all Kentucky as well as Jefferson Johnson Martin and Magaffin counties the persecution of Caleb Powers the par doning of gambler Alvey the Hop kiniville Asylum scandal and the robbing of Gov Taylor of his rightful office In shert here U what he said in re ply to eur argument ef last week a4sa d a4 b- UI e leed II I eS- Sb puLsto iii N lb e s- lb4 wIll aeg lb ss4 isd- estsbus oI v7 a cbs 4 eel wish II pcIMeI ewe a esb it tuU- Iwsd Qet sad tl wftb u td uf t vesua the lea UI os 5- vIrt tttdagbwf wbo uy cs we ridlBir IB tkt Umornttk prusIus wk- pewl PUS BMTOT Iaa tu Brtfurtl leel tell It WM BUM kiBWB M rkf tkaa to nMami tkt xlitun ufM B bet wko 04 to be aIisb uS ieIac lb udts- I 0Ikkeb Wr pv told bj lb peu i Not oae senteaee of argument will be drawn iron the Ilarakl chamber during this contest but the mean abusive deaddrle cart language and vile epithets will be spread ia abun dance upon the bead of him who has 110 repeatedly nailed to the wall the author of A G Benton Did we lalign the name of any in our hat isso kiad reader Do we malign the name of a nan when we simply recite what he has done It so we will con tiuue to revel in the malignity of facts and truth and when we err callns down on the spot THE NEW MOSES Well a it possible that a new Mows1 is coming into the Republic an camp to dictate the party eoarse in the present campaign to say whit ought to be done and bow 1M members oi the party ought to vote We learn from very reliable anthori ty that the Repabbean party ought not to introduce into this campaign anytUeg that hu traaspired in Ken tueky within the put two years We are advised by a mOlt eseeilen get tltaan that the present Republic aa ticket should be defeated because each of its memben earaestly fought tot the guarantee ot the Conatitn tion and opcoeed those who would override earth heaven and lieU to ratify their isjAtkbte last for official hooon we will presume to say aolhing as to what the party ought to do our argument ta along the Ine of what taotber says ia itt duty We may be mistaken however we bopeut that the Republican party now deairea to tura iu back on truth and fairness to alland be advised by a melD who is afraid of bu own shadow he willnot attempt to defend what be has wade hii conscience decUre is right when it haj been availed upon ever corner The edict has been isnued that State polities cannot cone into thw county campaign and this new Moses adi VWd that it should be evea s Al low says he DW to conduct your caMpaign and well have no reveal ing of legislative records on Mr Smith our worthy Judge and leader will not be abused by having hia polit ical recordaired the other members of the Democratic ticket will not be held accountable fur endorsing the attain which have so butuiliattd Kentucky In fact if I ooultl direct the cam paign the Republican organ would talk of the hitenae hot weather how much a general rain would advance trope how dangerous and unsought ia a very bad case of the goutIBut before the party ventures onI this course to certain death may weI not with perfect justice to all call at tention to the fact that this new Moses is one and the self same fel low as IiA G Benton He b the same fellow who said ItIS our j pinion publicly expressed that few I 1 greater calamities could befall the cit Irene of Ohio county than the elec tion of Mr Rogers to the judgeship which ho seeks Why Because bo represents that clement of Ken tucky Republicanism which is not only odJous but dangerous What is that Republicanism which is so odious and dangerous Simply a strict belief in j ueticc a loyal submit sion to the decree of the people in the advocacy of majority rule and the sanctity of the ballot opposition to taking office by judicial farce and legislative force and strict adher ance to the Divine injunction Thou shall not steal thou shalt not kill II Before hazarding its future for all time we thought it proper to advise as to the qualities and characteristics of this modern Kentucky Republicanism Republicans Ire you ready for the change Would A G Benton literature be acceptable Be not deceived by what we may say take his own record for it He is directly op posed to a man serving as Governor who was elected by 2383 majority votes and because a Democratic leg islature declared that another was elected and a Democratic court said I can do nothing The legislature is all powerful its acts though recorded in dead of night in the absence of Ia quorum and bone without author ity must stand1 If sucha man would bring home to Republicans merited victory if such a man would feed the minds of Ohio county Re publicans on such food as he bu in jected because she wouldnt swallow it into Democracys system then we would recommend the new Moses A G Benton for the leader of Ohio county Republicanism Beware of false god- sWrriiotr a word about Ae nominee of the Democratic ticket A G Benton consumes much of his space in urging Mr Bennett to declare him self for a certain individual for U S Senator This question is entirely with Mr Bennett and we are quite sure that he will not allow Mr A G Benton to provoke him into a public expression Were these questions were put by a gentleman with the proper spirit inview it would be quite dulerent Woeld it not be just as pertinent tor Mr Beaton to ask his ciumpba if elected which is uti iattpotiibility would lieInppIrt Judge Cantrill A G is quite a venitile sort of a fellow always pry jog and dabling into thugs that are no concern of bis Thu week a very similar to UK A G Beaton pro duct of Deeewber 12 1SOO If our JatIaabineditor of the Herald last year and tbe same fellow under a new name M engaging Ia little ore of bit frivolity The voters answered the questions last y ar sadwe feel teetly free to advise our A BellI ton to be patient they will SIIJWerI in due time Yor io not have to know them to make up your mind in the Super intendeets race A look jast a glance at young DeWeese tells every one that 1M ts the man to guard the j uUrwis of the 9000 e Ohio county He M a brilliant youngI mill selinutfe and seli possessed slretly sober with principles ot mor als instilled into his being by a duti tel awl loving taother Oh well there aiat no ILI ulktn Jim will be our next Superintendent NOT having been a mere stragler and campfollower himself Mr Rag land was engaged ia the hardest con tests of tbe Civilar Besides hit own patriotic work Mr Raglaad has sacrificed the life of a precious boy in the servke of his country Mr Y081weredid to merit the honors of a Federal seldierImonerjbtigCat P Keown Nothing is more certain than the election of Mr Keown andthe entire ticket The good geopte of the county willnot j sell out soul and body to the boastful Democratic moneyed ticket and they wilt show them that no man carries their votes in his vest pocket as Mr Smith saW ot Bartlett people IF Mr Wade cannot even dream ot being elected Jailer how can he hope to be elected Our dreams often follow continued meditation along a line ot thought It is just as Wiibltf fur v camel to go through the eye eta needle as for Mr Wade to carry the keys to the culprit doorMa GOOSEY what did you say you would have too do to remove e- bad taste from your mouth when you oted for Bryan in 90 Whooee rasnt awful ITS not the work of A G Benton not the caiuniededitor but Ben tons Billie B What do we awn Why the author of The Last Ragtime Gem Fat ladyDont sleep tro much zerci e dont eat fda and sweets RokyUonataln drugIstr k HARD BUMPS FOR THE GOEBEL1TE8 Justus Goebel Indicted for Procuring Jerry Kirt ley a Job And Drawing SSO a Month of Kirtleys Salary Means the end of Goebellsm in Kenton Covington July IIt has come at lastthe day of rtjolclng over the ilownfoll of Gocbellsm in Kenton county The death blows were given in the nomination of Former Mayor Rhinock for the Senate over Senator Hatbeson In the nomination ot Frank Tracey to be County Attorney over Jo Klllston and Henry Cause pohn and In the indictment of Justus Goebel lor agreeing to procure and procuring for Jetty Khtley the offlee of City Auditor of Covlngton for iagreed price to be paid In installments of 50 per month The indictment charges farther that pursuant to the agreement Goebel did procure the of fice lor Kiitlev and that Klitley paid him the sum ot 5400 on account from andout of the proceeds of his salary as Auditor no doubt It was known at noon that Rhinock would detest Harbeson but it was not until within a few minutes 04 oclock that the in dictment was made public property There was some criticism of the fact of the withholding ofthe indictment until so late an hour but it was right that that course should have been taken Any other course would have- brought on Judge Tarvin the odium of the charge that the indictment bad been made public property for the purpose of icflaeociog the result of I the primary Whether Justus Goebel will ot his own free wilt and accord return to as rightIcake inquiry into his peculiar methods or to meddle with his disposition of the offices and eaolcmentr ot Ken ton county ia particular and Ken tacky in general is of minor moment His power is gone tor good and all md tire day is diSerent from the days of List year when he deliberately ordered the Democratic Committee of Kentoa county to rosinate lube son to succeed his brother ia the Senate and read Rhicock out of the par ty its Immunities rights privileges and emoiumecU Last Saturday Rhiaeck easily de feated Harbesoa notwithstanding the hitters persocaUty hU high standing and his ability at a awj er but Unt b son stcod for Goefeclisa and Justus Goebel stool for Harbeson and the the Democratic voters would have nose of it The campaign was car ried en with all the amenities that usually cark caaipaigna in the hoOK Gcebeliarn Late on Friday even tag aa atoayrnons circular was dis tribcted charging Rhiaock with all sorts and maccer of crimes and cia demeacors the principal whereof was his alleged connection with the Stand ard Oil Company The circular called on alt true Demccrats to down tile trust ia the persoa of its agent Rhin eclc and presented coptens extracts ffem the Kew York Journal to show that the Standard Oil Company is a bad thing and in octopus of the first water And no doubt it Is but it was not the issue In Kenloa county pelt ticsThe circular was hardly dry from the press when Rhinock in a letter signed by himself denounced the anonymous author as a liar a sneak and an Ohio man He said he could prove that the Gcebels had stated openly that be should be defeated and thec1S5oKentuckian and proud of it that he had been a fried of Senator Goebel lathe lifetime of that gentleman bat that he had refused and would refuse to submit to the dictation of Ohio menthe Goebels towit in public life or in private actions and he ap pealed to the Democratic voters for their support And they gave It to him making blow number two to Goebel ism JUSTUS GOEBEL INDICTED Covicgtan Ky Jaly I The Ken ton county grand jury retnred a num ber ot Indictments Saturday as an nounced in the late edition of the Evening Post Justus Goebel was indicted on the charge that he secured the appoint meat of Jerry Kirtley as City Audi to and received 50 a month from his salary of 150 a month as comtn sation for the appointment Goebel is a brother of the late William Gor bel u a merchant of Cincinnati Lat residing ia this city tie is now in Phoenix Ariz with his family He has been advised by telegram of the indictment Those who live 03 farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns and barases which heal rapidly when Ballatds Snow Liniment Is promptly applied Price 25 and 5 cts J H Williams m ounty Sunday School Convention- To be held at the McHenry Ptesbj terlan church July St 1901 Prof H K Taylor one of the Ken Lucky Sunday School field workers will conduct the exercises This will be an allday meeting Every Sunday School in this county LI entitled to two delegates in the con f- J ventlon The delegates are requested to bring a report ot the Sunday School which they represent and collection from each school equal to two cents for each teacher and officer of the school This collection goes to help catty on the Sunday School work of the State All delegates and friend of the Sunday School work will be entertain ed by the hospitable citizens of Mc henry Watch for the program litter Ixti have a large attendance ROll a pleas ant and profitable time J HAM BARNES Co Pies E W PATTKJISOV Secy Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions were aJopted by Slaty Creek Church on the death of the wife of its former pastor Bro Edgar D Maddox Slaty Creek Baptist Church at he regular session for business Saturday May 4 1901 appointed a committee to draft suitable resolutions of condolence nod sympathy expressive of her sotiow on learning of the death of the wife of her former pasto Bro Edgar Maddox Therefore dear brother in Christ this committee In discharge of their falthlal duty would present you with the following feebly expressed words ot sorrowful sympa thy and encouragement I YHBR HAS Slaty Creek Church has just le tced of the sad tfiliction that has befallen her recent pastor In the death of his wife and j WHEREAS The Church realizes the burden of grief that presses on the heart ol oar brother and WHEKEAS That it is with pain the church has learned that the death an I gel has again visited his tome and- I borne away the greatest boon giver to man in this life a faithful ilevotct I wife j RESOLVED That the church extend to our beloved brother the most proI toned sympathy in this the greatest I sorrow ol his life I RESOLVED That she would point with the finger oi hope to that beauti I fnl city the home of the redeemed that everlasting city within whose pearly gates the pure spirIt oi her tc whom he gave his most tender love has swiftly enteredR- SSOLVED That we bow at a throne of grace in behalf of oar brother sad petition the gnat Arbiter of the desti I nies ol men tecoaloet his brakealleart- with an aka ujt gtace and Wing him safely to Ills Kingdom where he shall sot oaly be permitted te kot into the Met of that Messed Savior ia whom he has to oag trusted hut ieto the face ef her the fend treating eseI with whoa he had hoped to aakc lifes joersey MRS MATE HONLEY 1 Miss LEI TAVLOK V Corn H B TAYLO j Heartburn When the quantity of toed taken is tao larger the quality toj rich beast burn is likely to fotov and especia If so Utile digestion has been weak ened by coastipatfoa Eat slowly and rot too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hoars elapse between meals and when joa feel a fullness and weight in region of the stomach after eating indicating that you have eat en too much take one of Chamberlains Stomach acd Liver Tabltts and the heartburn may be avoided For sale by Z Wayne Griffin It Bro Statement of tbe Condition of tbe Ohio County Bank At the Close of Business June 29 1901- RESOURCES Loans 55 361 47 Baak Building 500000 Stocks and Bonds 236066 Furniture and Fixtures joroo Debts in Suit 179 46 Overdrafts Secured 72700 Overdrafts Unsecured 12227 Cash on Hand 7095 92 Cash in Other Banks 5446 4 76 794 18 LIABILITIES Capital SUck 10 ooooo Deposits 65711 23 Dividend Put Quarter rnco co Profit and Loss Srgs 76794 18 Sworn to before me by S X Cox Propr this second day ol July 1901 L WALKER Notary Public Ohio Co Ky My commission expires January to- lOJ Whites Cream Vermifuge not only effectually expels worms bat is one qaaled as a tonic nod is a certain and PeTerlinmI THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EditionAI1most a Daily at a Weekly I ne PrwbhntUl eanipalBO U over but tu world got on taut the MOM aid It U toll otn w To Iwara this news bet a U I promptly ant bnpartlanjr I1that jroa bart to do bi to took UtkcoUnio TIIo TIIrLWk Sutton of tIIUItb1KrlT wutttTh WMk Woridn rtgnlar HlMcrlp Uonpritaon11LO3prrvr We on vn ituiid nmpapr sad rue XtJcrVBUau pitoOU tsar fur ILM- Th ltJoj nwiUr abucrfptloa pet ot tile two M U S2W L Rheunlalism Rheumatic painsarethe cries of protest muscles Joint and excited nerves The blood has r poisoned by the accumulation of waste matter the system and ran no longer supply the pure and health sustain log they requite The whole system feds the of this acid trot until the blood has been purified and brought back to a healthy will the aches and pius cease Mr Jltict Krll cf Ninth stfttt1 N IU Washington D Cwtllr a t A few tnouth sO I had an attack of Iklatic Rheum tUinlnltiwontfoira The ruin was M introit that I fcccomt coniplnnr pK Intel The nack Wi an uuuiuiltv rvere one and- y coiuilUvMi was trcttil et as tcto5 very danger one on clleamct attended ale dl ator loW blogtonwhoU Uo a mttnbrr i the fie till of a leadlnc ur Ikal coUege her tie t4i nit la continue Ul rte crlr Uoni and I woul1 ret well After bating Ii Sited IwtUc time without rmlrlnjc Vie llhtrtt benefit I declined 10 tretrae t loo er lUrlnhnrdol ilLItwtftsapedfc rtrnnicndriie I almost ta Oerlr however to Vet tu medicine a trial and niter I hd taken a few bonk I was able to- bo4e aruual on erutrhe ant very ooo there after had no ttx ff them at all R 88 havIng- eUel me oud aolwil All the dlttieuln Ita havr left me ni 1 appetite has returned I an happy to be agsl 0rt4 to peefect r great vegetable r and tonic Is SSSlheMeal remedy troubles in all are no opiates or minerals la it to disturb the digestion lead to ruinous habits We hue prepared a spcciil boot on- Pbematism enrrulferer from Ilit painful lucde wont It is the 1ot tOmplett and interesting book of the in existence It will be sent free to any one desiring it Write our pbysl dansfullyand frrelyabout yourCuc We make no rhnree for mrdical advice f- as ttnrr SPECIFIC Co AILANIA ca DMOCRATIC OBSERVER Scores the Methods of Mr Hicks in Bulldozing the Convention Openly Advocates the Nomina tion and Election of Ed Massie With due eoswidraUoa of what has taken place ia our recent district con venlioa held la the Baked Magbttr tal District for the parpo e ofnoml catini a caa l d te fur Magistrate which resulted ia landing Atonzo Hicks as Ute Deasocratlc nominee over ledge Xevton by a mjoity of two delegate rates sad ia view of the ctkods wed for tlw parpwe of and ia HCllriac MM romiaatton by Mr Hicks and his relative eliq e in boast rally 4ectori 2 that they would asp pot tile Kepablscaa aoatUMe if Hicks tloM tail to win ag they aU four ynis age wittai EM B F Graves ie aud Mr Hicks btothetlaUw forte n iiaitten for that eHee and eaa eda Krpcblwaa te be trd at the fiaal Vovecattr eUctioo Poor years ar that related clique professed to ke tree Democrats aid very evtkeuiattk toward the ticket aaUlBq Grave d f atti owe of their Kaibers for the noosistio tkey tbea du zed allMl declared they nook Mppoit tile Republican ooeiiaee aid did labor to accomplish that cad tho3gb the entire oaaipiign After baviuj jBcctwKd in their te vtngefal scheme four years alto they teneved at our recent convention theme old threats aid issued their former orders to the party Furthermore I am satisfied that Hicks it na qualified and is not competent for that office Therefore I wish to state In nnraisUkeble terms that I am now always have beta In the pastit Derto era and believe In true Democracy and one who has never scratched a ticket in my life bnt from the stove reasons I cannot eonsciee tiojily and BALDT4grows It keeps spread rVlfJ Ing until at last friends say u How bald he is getting Not easy to cure an old baldness but easy to the first thinning to the first falling out Used in time baldrness is made ncsHair viorIt stops falling promotes growth takes out all dandruff It always restores color to faded or hair all the dark rich color of early life You may depend upon it every time It brings health to the hair JlOOabottl Alt DntglatIibavsuadyoerflatrVInraniam pieaaed wtto IL I have yetmyhAtrtnistoppit suned ta ITO npla uiu ly WmKch Writ Aa Doctor flyntdopstsbtanaatbbsnastay- ne arpveud 1 th VU r v rlU t 4rbo It 4fteuDaJCuz1rLaweUbaa t 1 s tA Chat About Shoes tI t KVKKHODY wears ShOES and everybody c when buying wnnts good SHOES You not only tl wnut tilt full nltw of your money but you want a tOE that ills well tills looks nice Wo want s4 to impress upon till public tho fueL that wo are ShOE storo of this section Wo love to 4talk SHOES ami wo lovo to eoll SHOES because 1 we know wo carry a stock of SHOES that givo 4- 4I ttiiiveiia1snthfitctioli llvinrionro liltS taught 110 4 this Wo handle tilt celebrated Brown Shoe CoS L SlIDES None better on earth Very fow aro c near as good 4 4 See Thats rinbt itALITY That word Quality + s means a gnat dial too when used in connection with till Uniwn ShOt COH SHOES It meansa nice fit elegant appcnmiut1 long wear No maU e ter how hart you are to fit or please in SHOES j r just cull on us You will by satisfied with your sEi pnrcbiL in Irice Fit and Qaulity Iloineinbcr rSwt bantlle SHOES for all knds of people big lit 2tie oMmHI youngat pril to ttmit the purchl1scr C Wl nave a large variety oi hot wcathor SHOES + t that art comfort itself 2IC Hot Weather Dry Goods s 2 We htivo everything fir the hot weather Cloth sci ing Iris Joods Underwear llns Etc The s jImtthitieS are good but the prices are tiunnur tilnu 2caEafflr no bindrance to a satisfactory purchase 4 t D Collins irW444 fI Practical Aids for Teachers and Applicants I It ia SPECIAL aid to applicant in tbe matter of Theory and Imcticf Much emphasis bu been put upon this subject quailtiCJOQ jt be learned from a text book A Guide to Study in the Preparation For Teachers Certificate- It it not a book prepare br one ignorant of the needs oi teacher anal applicant but u tbe result of experience of eler en years in school work by an exmember of the State Doan of Examiners It Inot an almanac but a pocket encyclopedia containing exactly the Inforjnatioa that both teacher and applicant must have PRICE SlOO Three Copies to one Address 225 CashQWith Order Books Mailed same day order is Received I SKXD ALL OKDKIS TO JflS H FUQUfl JR- Rnssellville Ky will not support Mr Hicks at the November election I believe that a mar of such an element us that should be cait oat of politics as soon as pos sible as he hat secured his nomina lion by tbrtatniDR our partywith d teat by his friends I am ready and acxions to join hands with more than a score of other Dtmoarats and sup port E q El Music at the November election if the Republican patty sees cause to nominate him- I do not see as Mr Massle does ai to the party that would manage the nflalts of the State and nation but I do brow him to be honest and hue to his promlscr and I do know him to be well qtulttvd fjr that office suet to have an opinion tif his own anti if elected I dont believe that any man or set of men conld change him from what he thought was tight Thru ore I consider it tuy duty ttist I owe to my country to give him my un qualified sufpoit Anti If my Outs its plume should mltlCy any of my Dens ocratic friends the darkness will Hi appear when the tlccto i returns ate counted Iron this precinct as fjr as Magistrate Is conc tnedniid they will ot have any trouble lu locating at present several good Democrats who tee like the tiue DEMOCRAT OWEKVKR Is jtur lives tIred Does It tail to do its dat II so dont neglect Us cult for belt A few dOIs cf lUtbloe miy avi joua spell of sickness Utrbine i the only perfect liver med loire It cures Chills and Fever P ice 50 cts I H Williams ta Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlains Pain flab In about one third the time any other treat tuent would require because ot Its at septic qualities which cause the party to heat without maturation Fcrsae by Z Wayne Griffin Sc Bro AmerlcaaIduring the month of May limited to I five data for return 25 20 on sale dally limit fifteen days f18 45 on IeIPtuSrrsWflb Mwts4Cyosrsriwe I the Kostb proylIubs I Stalartal1rrtnlD no tnarafc O araal r ltrj U Al l nc mtII iaranfeed9OO YearlyI retetuswtek hiuklng aft USC Iiitetwda OU ruestiaIoisu4l0 buuwi Urouil tkaara let M rw a or LeltlUSlIietsIWill at is satiNsiariftitius hI N Ptw Iticia touts IRough Rim Tiliphpu COIID3D- IttttItiMtN4TILi r Talk being awl nevessar you slioiiUtrpatronireh9int folks whet you can own Y P phones build ythrown line hhtiltpoints uutrall1l only tyi liougluflhru f- thov will bo at tins whII Ill Vi M Stowtshanford5 We OMKtwitk allliii4sICpiijs II Institute Thursday Evening July 25 1901 at 8Pm THEMEPOETRY AND PEARLS Come 1 iI BURY ME ON Ml BCD11 Said a great Philosopher and why ho said Because in Itla littlo whilo everything will he turned up side down d the mont JFor propose things up side down Mens Summer Coats fiOc to 35 Boys Linen Punts lb Mens Linen Suits 200 to 300 BlueSorgo Coat and Vest 300 to 350 4 Mens Oauzo Underwear 25o Genuine Balbriggan Suits 100 I 100JFancy Half Hose lOc to 40c- Mens Lowcut Shoes 1- 0IadiesSlippers50uto 200 Ijtp Robes Xi 50e Prtnutohrlilt colors 50 to 350 Pretty lino Fans oc to 75c White Goods in Plain and Figured5c to 20c Fancy Wash Goods ScSc JOe und 20c Hamburg mid Swiss Embroideries 5c to 30c- Torchon Edgings and Insertions lOc Genuine Val Lucs lOc to 15c lOcyardSwissLaco 8t ri Hose loc to 25eI Childs Fancy Hoso lOc loc ai 120 IMnck Cat IIoso lOc to 25c Ladies tot Vest taped neck 7Jc- Genuinu Lisle Thread Vest 25c Entire lino 75o Shirts 00cBig sizo Counterpane 50c One dollar a yard Skirt Goods 3 yds to skirt50eIGoodHummer Curvets 50c Good quality Kid Gloves 75c Very best laid Gloves 100 Lilk Gloves black only 35c Black Silk Mitts 15c to 25el Childs Parasols lovesat TILE remaining summer months wo are going to make in to tore ting by staking SPECIAL PRICKS in every depart mont Homomber wo take CASH Wool Eggs Ginseng mill Feathers in oxchango for all kinds of Dry roods The Place isJG a Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 5 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo Ne lime rord takloK east HnnJajr I M 1 Duo t a North Itonncl HonlH noiimt No 122dua1am Nolrldadllu2am No to2drerrep ra No Ml Jae 250 Ii n No12dfl21pm Nulolda Llap m Infill rrerahta NonlelDNo to No 93 dae ub pa It n taanerra Agent nil b umaa nf1e eyaruad Uw CONSUMPTION Mr Will Davis Beaver Dam has Ifll1x nice fresh Candles call at Sin ger Office Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake at Singer Office Mr Sam Cox was In Owensboio first of the week Nicest Cnrfw anti Crackers in town at Singer Office Mr D L Smith Unlontown made us a very pltasant call Wednesday Mill Margaret Haynes Hnsor is vlsllln c Mr and Mrs A C Taylor Mrs W M Richmond Calboon U visiting her sister Mrs E J Hud IOn X A Carson has opened up a Den 1i stairo next door to CarlO CollII MUs Bessie Fair left Monday for Lincoln Casey county to spend th- aurntaerwlthrelatives It yon want a refreshing drink of Soda Water Lemonade or Phosphates call at the Singer Office The Centertown people are going to LethavetvefyEbdy go and enjoy the day tar Dont fall to notice AR Renlrow C Iadt this week They haye knock dtlebottototoCprlces Wagon wheels rtfiiltd ten dollar per set AB Rows Centeitqwn Ky l Capt and Mrs JO Keown hav moved Into one of Mr Barnctts neil i residences onWanhlngton street YI I Practical and scientific boroeshoeln g twenty years experience 45 81 tA B KbWR Centertown Ky Mrs xMad o Jeaver Dam M dlccfMo dytofnllgd auxandswA buffed at West Providence In the at tern on Two other members of th gamily hove been serion 1y illol same disease but are reported IS iW proving at present IliIII Mr Wta Miller Horse Branch is I seriously Ill efflux For delicious Cream and Sherbet call at the Sltiger OfficebMiss Mabel Duke Sulphur Springs Qj is visiting Miss Mattie Luce Mr Wm Combs Adahburg called I to see us while in town Tuesday J Miss Artie Wilton Roslne is I ing a few days with iriends in the cityhi IDr and Mrs L T Cox Owensboro are visiting their daughter Mrs ML Heavrin Mr Cbas H Sturgeon is home again after several weeks absence onI Green RlvcralWe are glad to see Mr E P Neal I- slout again He has been quite sick for sometime in Rev J C Petrie will leave in a day or two for the npwoith Leage Conven tlon San Francisco Misses Kffie Render and Llllle MilSl I ler returned yesterday Iroru a visit tonl friends In Kirktnansville Miss Juliet Thomas returned Tues day from Cadiz where she has been engaged in millinery wo k during the season CIMrdaughter Miss Mary attended the libowTickets lor the Taylor lecture will T be on sale at R T Collins store tTO MORROWTSJ Come early and get choice seats We will deliver Cream and Sherbet to any part of the city Rongh River phoceI IIIday for a pleasure trip to Ca1l01nlasl They will be absent some Mr and Mrs J II Williams and Mrs Williams sister Miss Caroline for Barhour will leave Mouday lor a vis it to Detroit Niagara and Buffalo The statement of the Ohio County Bank shows that that institution is doing a flourishing business under the management of its founder Capt of S K Cox r slLStM1f 1 i1 7t1i 1 ITeetling 1a doesnt gain In Scotts Emulsion Is the best food and medicine TheydII aeedforfreeaample1d 0 0 H5 lCarl Strut New if soc nod tln an druggists OIkJ Dr O B Heavrlu Owensboro Is in the city Prof U C Barnett Foreman Ark visiting relatives near town C R Martin jeweler und watch maker at Williams drug store draltIt I cows H M MILLER Haitford Mr and Mrs A C Taylor gave a social enter nlnment to a number ol their friends Monday evening In honor of their gust Miss Mnrtaut Haynes 0The weather has been intensely hot manyJtitles quite a number of witch were fatal If you are not a subscriber for TUB RKPUDUCAN you ought to attend to that right soon We are going have something Interesting dada the campaign Messrs Clarence Fjeld and W D Moore and Misses Nell Austin and Mabel Hubtaid went to Aidra otter day to meet a party ol Grtenville pier pie to a pleasant outing Judge R R Wedding who has been at Owensboro in the revenue service was in town first of the week He and Mrs Wedding contemplate mor Ins to town right soon We publish tcday the statement of the standing o the Dank cf Hartford It Is very satisfactory to the directors and a splendid showing for its new MooreeStrawberries Ice Cream Sherbet Ice 1 Lemonade and all kinds ol cool- Ing drinks at Griffins drug store and take your sweet heart and en joy a ttte a tete in their new ice cream parlor C R Marlin the old reliable jew eler and watch and clock repairer is now at the drag store of J HWill tame Hartford where he is prepared do any and aU kinds of work in his ine The Old Fellows and Red Men acquitted themselves with great success Mcllenry Saturday The many who attended certainly enjoyed the day greatly and are very much obliged the orders for their kindness and courtesies About the bait thing on program was the music furnished by the Render band it was certainly ex cellent Mr F W Pirtle near town has three ewes that have raised two sets each of lambs this year The first phs were sold a 4 cents per ponnd and the latter pairs will come in for the tall markets These sheep are the kind to telex under a protective tariff One litter a year will do in free trade times Mrs Virginia Bell died Monday night of stomach trouble at her home seat Bulotd She was a very estima lady and leaves a family and many surviving friends She was a slater Mr Woodburry Tlnsley our genial I- and accommodating postmaster Pun eral services were conducted by Rev N Jsrnagin alter which the reo malnes were Interred in the family grounds We are authorized to announce William Chancellor of Ceralvo as a candidate for the office of Constable In the Centertown Magisterial District subject to the action of the Republic convention which meets at Cen tettown tomorrow Mr Chancellor a life long Republican and If the Republicans of that district place him the field against the Dcmocratlc- fomlncc we predict for him an easy victory Miss Cornelia Barnard committed Friday at the old homestead Liberty church She ended her days by drinking a quantity of car bate acid which soon produced un consciousness and death followed Several former attempts at suicide felled one previous to her death o mtarredoverdose of pads green The cause of her persistent effort to end hcre fe is unknown She was the daughter of the late Charles Barnard end from one ot the most prominent families in the county Mr S C Miller rnterslhe race in the Fordsvllle Maslsterlol Dlstrlc bur the Republican nomination for Squire Mr Miller is young energectlc and active a true blue Republican a loyal and hard worker in and out of season Is well qualified for the position and if nominated would make a race and when elected would serve the whole people Mr Miller and Mr Mitchell are toh contending the same honor Doth ore excellent gentlemen therefore Fordsville will have a good Squire no dlffcrd ence which is the pattys standard bearer Mrs Azeriah Maddox died Saturday flux at her residence near RockpoltI Interment took place at W s Provi dence ceraetsry Sunday morning Funeral services were conducted by I Revs Cokley and Maddox Quite a a ot friends attended the funeral burial and shared the sorrows cf the bereaved husband and children Mra Maddox was advanced in yeats having passed the three score period She was an excellent woman and her in the community In which she will be greatly felt She was a faithful and devoted member of the Baptist church at Providence and wielded a great influence for goodJ THE LECTURE OF HON Alf Taylor TO THE TeachersfIllstitllte Thursday EveninJuly 25 at 8 Oclock Promises to bo tho greatest treat the citizens of Hartford and Ohio county over enjoy ed His subject is most excellent His ability as an orator unsurPassssays Hon Alt Taylor has COO and gone For and hour and fifteen minutes without the loss of a second this match less master of classics and rhetoric with skill and ease traversed tho mystic wonderland of Poetry and Learls a genuine master of that rhythmic realm With the gorgeous baldrick of tho Heavenly sky ho gave tone and color to the jewols of tho deep Ho invaded with gentle tread tho realm of woman and demonstrated with magic words her complete mas tery over man From the sil very midnight moon ho ex tracted tho fair saffron glow and placed it in tho heart of tho opal of tho Orient He dipped his brush into tho beautifulred of tho western zone and imparted its bright ness to tho amethyst Ho took tho white light from tho God of Day and withcarbon point gave to tho diamond its waver lying lustre Tickets will bo on sale ntII R T Collins storo l to morrow You can come orI send by mail and have your seats selected Hows ThisIWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure p J CIIKNKV Co Toledo OtWe the undersigned have knownf J Cheney for the last 15 years and t believe him perfectly honorable in all all business transactions and finan dally able to carry antaaq obligations made by their firmIWest TruaxWhoIesale Druggists Toledo 0- 1ValdingKinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cnra is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists I Halls Family Pills are the best Marriages- Mr W A Bowen to Miss Mattle Cotes Mr James E Midklfl to Miss Nin ate Q AllenIMr Mitchell What among human ills are more annoying than piles The afflictions that prevent active exercise are bad enough but one that makes even rest t iserable is worse Women are among Its greatest martyrs Tablera Buck Pile Ointment will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 eta in bot ties tubes 755 J H Williams c IiNoticeThe annual meeting of the ComII martial Club for the election of officers for the ensuing year will be held id Court Hall to night Friday Alltmembers and citizens ore invited toa be present as business ot importance Iwill come before the Club E W FORD Pres J F CARSON Secy Imperfect digestion and assimlla tlon produce disordered conditions of I the system which grow and are con firmed by neglect Herblne glues tole to the stomach and causes good Price 50 cents J Ili Williams m t Notice to the Public I have just added a now of Dry Goodsand Notionst to tho stock that I have beent morebletho future than I have been in tho past Call and see my goods before purchasing olso whore C L ARiIENDTC Dundee Ky If yang ladles think sores pimples and red sores Irok well with a bridal veil and orange blossoms its all right Yet Rocky Mountain Tea would drive them away 350 Ask your druggist m ROYflL RECEPTION Louisville Business Men En tertained by Beaver Dams Hustling BusinessMen Delighted With Their Reception Returning a Hearty Response The business men from Louisville met with a very hearty reception at Braver Dam Tuesday and it was thoroughly appreciated and enjoyed by our neighbors from Kentuckys metropolis The short notice given the citizens of Beaver Dam made it necessary for the arrangements to be hurriedly provided but our sturdy and hustling neighbors rose to meet the demands of the occasion A stage was nicely arranged for the speakers and for the auditors chairs Were provided and to ward oil the fatigue and hunger which comes to all after vigorous exercise an elegant dinner was spread by the good ladles The rest of the story is well told by Mr Felix Monroe in his welcome ad dress a hearty welcome and a splend id review of the communitys wealth It follows The massive and ponderous wheels of manufactured and commercial pro ducts must be carefully adjusted and IrequenMy lubricated in order that they may perform their function with out friction The great principles and plans that underlie and control commercial life and activity must be carefully laid natured and lubricated in order that results may be lucrative vigorous and healthy Your comic into our midst today serves as a lu bricant to the great revolving hub of the trade between the jobber and dealer the manufacturer and consumer and I cow extend to you n cordial greetilng and earnest welcome I welcome you in bthalf of the mer chants and business men of Beaver Dam and Hertford and our surround ing towns I greet and welcome you In behalf of the consumers and the people of Ohio county I welcome yon ai the representatives and lead Lug lights of the great commercial manufacturing and business center of the grand old Commonwealth of Kentucky I welcome you as the representatives of a city which has for herself the proud and dis tinguished name of being the great metropolis and gateway of the South We know you We respect and have learned to love and admire your city your people and 3 our great and thriving industries Your gentlemanly courteous and proficient traveling salesmen have long ago gained our respect confidence and demotion Your able corps of newspaper report rs who daily add fuel to the fires of friendship through the columns of he press and so faithfully keep us in touch with the outside world have so firmly cemented the foundation of friendship and admiration that the loyalty of Ohio county citizens toI Louisville and her interests is unfalt Bring and unflinching Ohio countys Interests are identi cal and blend with your interests We come to you with our farm forest and mineral products You come to us with supplies of staples and maI chinery The Interest is mutual andI wish to say to you on this occasion that our doors are wide open for new enterprises and new industries For a good many years a number of our people have been working andI marketing our forest products which iave been extensive and of good qualI ty a large ptr cent of which lined oar waterways and did not touch your market The constant drain and ac tivity U this line of business hasI about exhausted the large forests andI people are turning their attention toI he more reliable and substantial pur suits of opening up this vast acreage and getting it in a state ot cultivation which means an increase in the vol ume ot business lor your markets Ian truthfully say that the Green river nd Rough river valley cotfntry Is Inly in its infancy at to development nd wealth The fertile soil of these valleys and the rich depoiits of coal through our uplands are inducements hot cannot be Ignored by capitalists nd men of enterprise So we invite our attention and cooperation Our immediate section afl irds many opportunities for Investment We peed drain tile factories ice plants sundries woodware factories canner IS tobacco houses etc and we cordially invite investigation and coop oration Our fertile valleys our great mining industries the inexhaustible and wonderful vein of coal that lies hidden beneath the surface awaiting- o be brought to the sunlight and dumped into the channels of hale arc destined to bring Ohio county into he front ranks and class her as one If the garden spots of Western Ken uckyAllow me again to request you to remember our section in your deliber ations and recommendation for investment We are pleased at your cirulng and again accord tojouan earnest and hearty welcome Our devoted women and fair daughters tender th r regards and best wishes lo Louisvilles honorable Mayor and cit izius aud join me iu extending I you the freedom of our town a jojliu trip and a sate return to your reaper tlve homes General Debilityflay In end out there H that testaw- eaknesa that makes a 1unlcti of Itself Food does not strengthen Sleep duce riot rcfrrah It Is hard to do hard to brir hut thould bo easy vitality U on ttis ebb and iho whole ylem suffers For this condition take Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood gives vigor nnd tone to all tho organs and function and Ia positively unequalled for nil rundown or debilitated conditions IIIl a ILIe CI r cII Z11Yau J A RENEER Scores the Democratic Candidates on the Issues of Last Year CENTHRTOWN KY July 3 UDITOR REPOBUCAN Again I ask a little space in your paper and I wish that I had the Ian guage to more fully express myself In regard to what I shall mention In this communicationSome who are candidates for county offices and who less than a year ago had gall enough to say that any one voting for John W Yerkes indorsed murder and upheld assassination have t ow the cheek to ask those or at least some cf them to vote for them and pretend to believe that they will receive suchvotes Right here let me say that there is tot a voter in Centertown precinct who cast his vote for Mr Yerkes whom 1 think would be guilty of such a thing and if the Democrats think we have so soon lost our heads or forgotten their slanderous talk of last year just let them wait until November when we will hear the verdict of Ohio county people In these days the world makes pic tares of men aud the people of Ohio county and Kentucky have a good photograph of the Democratic party In Kentucky To get a good view of their photograph just look in the dl rection ot Frankfort our State Capital and there behold a set of men po Itically called Goebelcrats or Goe bellies filling every State office from Governor down These vety same fellows were defeated by the people of Kentucky and every Republican elected and received certifi rates of election It is not necessary for me to rehearse here how through force and fraud those Goebelites are today our acting State officers Under such condition of affairs I do not think that any Republican or libertyloving voter will support any such party You may count this per cent with an Increase for a clean balot and fair count Watch what I ray RPji J A RrjNRRR If you want some just as good I make it myself remedy try an itui talon Roky Mountain Tea Twill make you sick and keep you sick Ask your dngglst m On account of Good Roads Conven lion to be held at Hopklnsville Ky July io and II round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for the round- trip Tickets on sale July 9 and io return July 12S B VANMKTBR Agt To eradicate worms from the sIs tern give the child plain nourishing toad and Whites Cream Vermifuge The result will be the worms will dls appear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts J H Williams m Sons of Veterans to Meet Cicero Maxwell Camp NO5 Sons of Veterans will meet Saturday July 6th at i oclok with the G A R Post NO4 at Court Hall All com rades are expected to be present at roll call 1111 DAVIS Capt 4 When you want a modern upto date physic try Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in elect Price 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffins drug store m J W FORD TrMt Jo T MOORE Cashier II r TATLOB 1I0n HOLBIOOK V PresideD AwliUnt Cuhler Statement of the Condition of the Bank of Hartford- At the Close of Business I June 29 1901- RESOURCES Bills Discounted 95 K6 26 Overdrafts Unsecured 77 02 Cash on hand and due from Banks 29 299 14 Checks for Remittance i 345 03 Banking House end Lot 300000 Furniture and Fixtures I r0100 I Debts in Suit 3811 49 Current Expenses 192602 Real Estate 394 35 359493 LIABILITIES Capital Stock f 40000 00 Undivided Profits 4 978 1 1 Surplus 61601 Del oslta 9355 21 1 13594931 JNO T MqpiiK Cahler SubFciibul end sworn to before me Italy i 191 L WALKER N P 0 Co Ky My commission expires January io 192J W PonD 1 DtrcctTJNO C THOMAS J J4oeata Yoor flown with Cuearttl torerur1aoOa 1 3 Everybodys Store WAS never better prepared to supply your needs at H normal cost than now Additions of now goods to every dllllrtmcnt to meet tho demands of at uv season at n range of prico to suit any custo- mPer All kinds of country produce taken in ox change for goods iaaVi Cass Sooda Our Wash Dress Goods fabrics are too numerous P to mention But a look through this line is sure 3to prove satisfactory to yourself as well as tho firm Wite Cass ioods India Linens in all grades from 5c to 2 cIIDimities in the neat and tasty effects at a varie ty of prices Nainsooks in small and largo checks vv eo u ee ra 99 It is as necessary to keep tho feet cool as any 3 other part of tho and with this end in view ptuptodatefit of good easy ones for old as well as young and mid dieaged ll1 CUa In order to complete the summer wardrobe it is IIt necessary that you top oil with a nice stylish Hat tJcompletothe 0 M t Who need Clothing Hats Shoes UndorvcarShirts Collars Ties or Buggies Wo are certainly after your trade and believe we can justly merit it tQa sa Business in this department still grows lhis week will bring more now Carpets Oil Cloths Tp Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains lllimls and poles1will bo now arrivals in this department l ill t Wo can furnish any toffwearyour house from top to bottom Visit us and you will bo convinced of our ability to save you both fJI- 1ft l time and money II t ie ttW te r IiI3eaVerDarn Iy aaaaa aaacca Prices SlaughteredI To reduce our Mammoth Stock of goods In order to take an invoice vfe quote you the following prices for the next ten days 16 Ibj Granulated Sugar fl oo 18 and 20 pounds Brown Sugar ioo Best Cormel Drip per gat 23C Coal Oil 120 Best Fire Proof Oil 13c Meat per pound nc Three Cakes Wash Soap Sc Three Packages Soda toe Two cans Tomatoes 15C Peas per can 6c Corn per can 6c Two Packages of Coffee 25c Two 6qt Tin Buckets 250 Three one balf gal Cups 250 Dish Pans t toe and up Everything else in proportion and a spe riot discount on Shoes Remember we larry It special line of everything carried in a general store Be not deceived by what others may say but come and see for your self Respectfully A R RENFROW CO DUNDEE i rpew Livery and Feed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times The most polito attention given customers and tho kindest taro taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES andiYAGONS Will also handle the FAMOUS OK IITIUZER I i lJTERMS STRICTLY CASH = S r s A C TATLOR ProprSUCCESSOR TO KKOWJJ fi TAYLOR I3 artrord entUoky F jH AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY i Incorporated f CAPITAL CKk + 25000 00 RESERVE SOMUCR 125000 00 N AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Address aU correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS J 1f r T i IMII TI llArlv JlI1I v ji nii w wmiijiag nnnirv Ifit o i t i = Lww r I FaI tt a d w CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bears the- Signature of For Thirty lears- CASTORIA Tau on 00 FIELD SO- NTRANSFEItLIN == c ooo = on= E1 ICcarne cAnr== srav== CA aARTFOBD iiSt-A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE I d U 52 o NzZ C TVSill1JoII D mCrrc g- I o3r r pIiE uf3E MM rrI a m oam mptn ro 0 In 0 lR Uen URE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL arid EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BAllARD Sole Profletlr 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS HO CREAMWORMSIZcxtlaQunUtr Ikstln Qosaty For 20 Years Has Led all Worn Remedies l aYCSOXiX 33f AJJXJ ZDHTrCVGrXSaCJ J rparNI bT JAMES F BALLARD St Louis A BUSINESSEDUCATJONtnlxl It l ut tint liuportnnm to it vuar tmlnliiK nt the ethoul that utiinde In thevery front rank She Sryant Stratton Business College = = = =c = OrndArnmAofferourfae0ia CMTyatfr ffm 4w0 Fitly Cents a Year Lou Than a Penny a Numbor THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga I After a career ofmoro or leis activity In the Southern field for over a quarter ofntentary I hu Sunny South haH again beiomo hMoryltooutuhlll nllliLIand of leaK an wlotw at hume and afield ixjeiiw lIeu fiuih andyoung YJInlfctallmentH aixl KiiAalynilc Ixivurahy Maurice J liouip rarestthroughoutonly 60 cento for n lull year of H ThliikofH O cents entJI01I11111lon IxnelAhborseontseacht rl freetheI new form nl i tutlisliteraryThe Stiiiuy Sunlit In combination with the greatest or till WukhCOlititltutiullhoth papersOnoLiteraryAddrctw an letters nUll remittance to TilE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA CAI New Smith Premiers Nos 5d 6 longThe I These new machines In ossentia I mechanical principles are the same equaled as Models Nps 2 3 and 4un I Wilee for Printed Miner Free I Smitbllrnmier ijjieinriter CO Always Bought In- Use Over rn PILE 412 Walnut Stroot Cincinnati Ohio I 1 vr r 0 S I Hartford Republican IFRIDAY JULY 5 CONVENTIONSI ITo Nominate Candidates for Magistrates and Constables In the Various Districts of the County HARtrORD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Hartford Magister tat District held at Beaver Dam Ohio county Kentucky on June 8 1991 a majority ol said committee being present the committee was called to order by the chairman and the following resolutions were adopted Resolved tat That a mass con vention be held in the Hartford Mag IsterUl District at Beaver Dam Ohio county Ky on Saturday July 20 1901 at 2 p m for the purdose ol nominating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1931 for the office oi Justice ol the Peace and Con stable of said district 2nd That the candidates receiving a majority of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re publican nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot for the respective offices WM BROWN Chmn- R C JARNAGIN Secy CENTERTOWN MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT A meeting of Precinct CommIttee- men in the Certertown Maglstetial District was held in Centertown Ky on June 6 1901 The meeting wa called to order by G F Chapman W P Render was appointed chair man and G F Chapman was appointed secretary July 6 1901 is the day set for a mass convention to be held in Centertown Ky for the purpose of nominating candidates for Magis trate and Constable All Republican In said district are requested to attend theconvention The day and hour ol meeting Is July 6 1901 at 2 p m W P RENDER Chmn- G F CHAPMAN Secy CROMWELL MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Committee met by call of C E Raley Chairman of District No2 at Roslne June the 8th 1901 for the purpose of calling precinct conven tions to elect delegates to the district convention for the purpose of nomi nating candidates for Magistrate and ConstableWe committee direct that then be a mass convention to meet in each precinct on July the 13th 1901 at 2 p m in District No2 composed ol Cromwell Select Rosine and Horse Branch to elect delegates one foi etch twentyfive votes and fraction over twelve cast for Wm McKinley In November 1900 Said delegates are to meet at Rosine July the 16th at 2 p m said delegates are to cast theii votes as instructed by their conven tion Delegated votes by precincts Cromwell 8 Select 5 Horse Branch 7 Rosine 9 CE RALEY Chmn W P MILLER Secy ROCKPORT MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee ol the Rokfot Magister ial District held nt the residence ot W H Wilcox Ohio county Ky on Jun 101901 A majority ol said commit tee being present the committee wa called to order by the chairman and the fooxring resolutions were adopt ed Resolved 1st That a mass coo ventlon be held in the Rockpot Mag isterial District at Rockport Ohio county Ry on Saturday July 20 1901 at 2 p m in Heral Hall for the purpose of nominating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1901 for the offices of Justice ol the Peace and Constable oi said district 2nd That the candidates receiving a majority of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re publlean nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot lor the respective office WM HAMILTON W H WJLCOX V Com G M MADDOX j FORDSVILLE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Fordsville MagIster- Ial District held in Fordsville Ohio county Ky Saturday June 8 1901 a majority oi the committee being present The committee was called to order by the chairman and entered into business The following resolu tions were adopted by the committee Resolved tat That a mass con vention be held at Fordsville Ohio county Ky on Saturday July 20 190 at i oclock p m for the pur pose ol nominating candidates to be voted at the next regular election for the offices oi Magistrate and Con stable of said district 2nd That the men receiving a majority of the votes cast in said conven tion shall be declared the Republican nominees and have their name enter ed on the official ballot for the respec tive offices JACOB CHANCELLOR Chmn S C MILLER Secy nurOBD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee ol the Buford Magisterial District at Beda Ky 01 the 8th o June 1901 a majority ol said commit tee being present the committee was called to order by the chairman and the following reroiutlons drafted and adopted Retolved tat That a mass convention be held at Beda Ky in the flu i O p- ii n CHICHESTERS EHOtiS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS 0 Rorer COw BeStV e bf0t 0 LndleukDroggdtfareIIllIiK Hold mrtalllc born sealed with blu ribbon Take no oCh 11 lt nsf dnncproa anlMlt lullon ndlmll ilon iiurof TourDrurrutor end 4r In tamptot Iurtlrulnr TnllluonlaliatKl M reaper roC I ldlr nkter byIllOH1OHEBTBR CHEMICAL 00 S10O nadlua Nquar PlIILA PA lId tal tH ford Magisterial District on Saturday July 13 at 2 oclock p m igot for the purpose ol nominating candidates to be voted for at the next regular election for the offices of Magistrate tnd Constable in said district and That the candidates receiving t mt jotlty of the votes cast in said invention shall be declared the Re publican totulnees lot Magistrate and Constable and shall have their names placed on the official ballot for said of fices O R TINSLKY 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 Ky June 12 1901 it was ordered that a mass con vention be held at Narrows Ky on the 20th of July 1901 for the purposed nominating candidates for Magis trate and Constable to be voted for at he next regunr election All Re publicans are requested to attend for invention The candidates recelv ing the highest number of votes will be declared the nominees of the Re publican party and entitled to have heir names 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