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I E THE HARTFORD REPTIBLICAI i FineJob Work a Specialty OFFICIAL BUB OF m PAEIT IK IM rODBIB COBBE8IOB11 DISTRICT Subscription w 1 a year I I VOL XIIIeHARTFORD KY FRIDAY JULY J2 1001o51 ppPEOPLEHave a charm of their own when they anahMrlyeDjorJDJthe tldpateIDold age II thLs I Keep the stomach and kiSectdoe t tothinksupplyingthecause the weakneaa and feeble new of old age Dwoverycuresxsu1 of iIgestIOn and nutrition It Snake the weak If stomach ItronKIanl to enables the body tp be and rtraagthened by the food which Is eaten ndIdIjitIo i eerm phji Unv but they cold pot reach Eurkppttigiwaa DYodItaktcI1ututAfttftStDftItratettofthCDI wit abte to do llfht work and hire beenlnv provtof ever loct I am DOW In rood health imc taynn I owe 111 to Dr Htmt medldaet rtedlcalMylaetreceipt of at onecent stomps to pay t DrLlPm lf S i Ml M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will pmrtlra ku prolMlon la an Oil roarta ot 1110IIjERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAY IIAIlTFOItn KY wilt practkvhl prnfNwIon li nil tk rourHof Obtoeovtaadtoartof AppmU Prumptd earrfal eonld ratlun given all bnliwiieatnuted to him oow over Ohio Coaaty Hank JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Mperlal attrition irlrn to collection MaklaR Utrmctt tc alM Notary IIMIe for Ublo toon ty O lea aorta ld uiblle qiara J O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKtroHII KY Will prattle hla protWulon la all tb rtoI Gala aid dnlalae aatl aadOi AIJW- IIICIalaltonlloIrI toTUI bn lnra retniiwd o- ku i ears umolaCoAtfomcliToinkoaM F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW I HAtrrroKit UY Will prnctk In tho marts of Ohio cotinty and Court ol AppnUo lmmpt attention given to sit bol M ratmtrd to hi ran Uffln la Herald 1ta1l4a r J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY wm practice bU prolxulon la Onto aid aaeoaatlea Hperlal attatloa irlven to all bust MM ealmted to bU can 8PROBY 4TTORXEY4T LA TT- FORIINVILIE HKNTtrHY Will rartlldo prafewlon la all tb courts ol Ohio aid Rdotnlnir coomb and rart01 Apjes fHdal attatloa gtYa to collection JOHN P MORION ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTFOKD UT rlpwHal attention given to all bailee catrat ed to bl cure Offlr la courth- osATTORNEY CM BARNETT AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will lllr hi rolo la nit the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties Hpeclalattention will be alva to all balne entnuted to Lii car OollMtloaa a spc4t- ItSAttorney E P NEAL at Law L HARTFORD KY Wni prattlf hi rorlo la all thu courts ol KaUcky attention irira to collection ttlneatol drdmts wUitMrond raw aad criminal prnctlm omcaapitalnarlinilblork JSB WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAW V HARTFORD KY WW iiractlc hU profmton la all the court ol Otis sad adjOlalBR and the Court oIpo pal Prompt attention Klna to all bantam citraiUd to Offlc la KirruLitiiii building R R WEDDING Attorney at LawjHIHTFORD Ky Will prnrtlr nil prntrwlon In tbcoartnl Ohio sod fuliulaliui roontlM Koturr 1bbllc Southern RailwayI Through El ht lItSouthern Mtat- wKENTUCKYTfcJNNKSSEK South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI ITalusRtmt Union connection with train ot the IUllol Central tlAllroad and L II A St 111 K For latormatlon addnna A WaiDoa P A T A tie 4th AT Iontayllie Wu It TITLOI Aubtaat 101 A LoaUrlll UOJtr Tn ffl Unaaur l yf AVaUeU IssAget J Waab103l0n FIRST STEP PORWflRD Civil Rule Displaces the Mill tary at Manila Gen MacArtbur Retires and is Succeeded by Gov Taft Manila July 4The streets of Ma nile are covered for miles with flags and bunting and pictures of President McKlnley Gen MacAtthnr Civil Governor Toft who was inaugurated today Admitnl Dewey and Gfn Otis The demonstration is nppaiently a spontaneous one on the part of the citizens oi all nationalities here and Is due to the popular reapect enter tamed for Gov Taft who pnsee the peoples conCdencr and the able and tfltli factory adralnlstfatldt If- l1en MacArtnnr who retires with the strongest commercial political and so cial Indorsements In the course of his inaugural ad dress tclay Gov Taft announced that in September he would nd lo the Philippine commission Serores Pinlo Tavera Fonho LrgorJa and Jose Lug arlage and that he would create four executive department as follows Interior under Commissioner Worces tel couuierce and police under Com missioner Wright justice and finance under CimmlMloncr Me and public instruction under Commissioner Moses Everybody jays things have been well done in the past and that the fu Lute is well begun The entite week will be devoted to receptions balls and other entertainments in connec tion with the establishment of a civil government Meantime all the de parttnenta are working as bard as possible to close up the business ot the military administration and to tram ler the offices and official residences Gov Taft says that the civil admin istration will begin with a treasury surplus ot f ooocoo gold Congressman Hull of Iowa who accompanied Gen Cbaflee on his southern tour characterizes the new ly established provincial governments as hothouse plants unable to with stand sdveralties He nays that there will be many difficulties under the dual civilmilitary government which will be inaugarared to morow Mr Hull believes that their natninl richness fnsures the eventual prosper ity of the islands but be is convinced Irom conversation with the governors and army officers that lrinew south ern province territory poverty and other obstacles will prevent the suc cessful collection ot land taxes lIe believes that the salaries excepting those of the clerks and minor employ es are too high from the commis sioners downward and that the prov inces ought to have far larger areas and fewer officers The United States eommlMingars agree with this but have deferred to the wishes of the in habitantsMr approves of the provincial laws but Is of the opinion that the bulk of the territory should be under military government until absolutely pacified and cleared of ladrones He Is convinced the rntivesln general are not concerned about the government How it is Done Considerable surprise bas often been manifested by the general public at the tact that some of the moat promi nent and responsible commercial con cerns continue to contribute free to the regular purchasers of their goods premiums that have a very substan tial value It was long a popular no lion that the goods with which present wee given were necessarily of an Inferior character and the pactlcc ol many firms went far to make the pub lic skeptical stout the quality of the articles oOered for sale but it would be manifestly unjust to make the sweeping assertion that all concerns having honest goods on the market and endtatoring in a legitimate way to push the sales by oQertng cxlia In ducements to buy were necessarily to be classed under the head of cheap gilt enterpilses The premiums given by the Wool son Spice Co of Toledo Ohio for in stance to those who save and send in the Lion hi ads cut from the wrappers of Lion Coffee ate of a useful and vat nble chnacter and while in vast quantities they may not be very ex pensive it Is ccruln that those who receive these premlumns would have to pay quite a high price for I ought individually in a small ton1 It is the Immensity of the Lion Coffee business that enables the Woolson Spice Co to purchase at wholesale prices often buying out an entire fac torys product the attlcles which they distribute separately to their customers In no other way could those premiums be bought so ae to be given away and still leave a small margin of profit on the Coflee For instance 50 or loo Lion heads sent to the company with a twocent I stamp inclosed will entitle that coffee i patron to a choice of articles that would be well worth two dollars to I the recipient In fart it would cot that and possibly more to be bought ButIconsequenceI as the wholesaler or jobber I The Lion Coffee is well known to I be ot excellent and uniform quality and it is used toay in millions of I American homes The fact that premiums are given to help its sale I does to in the least affect the quality or quanlty and the great claim that this Coffee hat 01 the public mind is that it is absolutely pure and not glazed or totted in any way It is said that the finest coffeeroasting es tabllnhment in the world is located on the Woolson Spice Cos premises Jn Toledo and the facilities Sot prepar- Ing this coffee for the market are un surpassedIt rot to be wondered at that Lion Coflee has such an immense sale lIS it ha clearly pushed its way to the foat oa its Intrinsic merits and is its own advertisement It is rec ommendedon account of its whole some purity its strength and Ira Trance and the fact that it takei9s of It to oraVea good cup ot coffee than any other brand on the market We understand that the new prem- Ium list of the Woolson Spice Co will be Issued on the first day of Sep tember next and that it this year contains a greater vsriety of useful andornamental articles than it ever did before This therefore might be a good oppoitunity for those who have not been using Lion Coffee heretofore to commence baying it now aEdacateYoir Komia nUb Caicanu roreerl00President McKinlcys proclamation theI NEWSPAPER COMMENT What the Editors of the Country Are Saying About the Leading Topics of the Day There is more or less silly talk tin the TrIO question now being presented To take for granted because President McKinley favors the exten sion of our foreign trade by reciproci ty trtatits wherever possible that he is any less a believer in a Protective Tariff than he ever was Is to Ignore facts Reciprocity is the child ol Pro tection It Is because we have a Pro tective TatiO that we have to offer rations for sometblngI rocity Middletown Ind Since Mark Hanna has been made a Clonel we dontsee how Bryan could again refuse to meet Mark in debate on the ground that the Obioan is tot in his clsss Both are olonels and one has seen as much service as the other Peoria III Journal The British manufacturer must be getting a bit tired of the advice Go to thy Uncle Samuel tfcoa sluggard and learn to husttePI Paso Tex Herald Perry Btlmonts advice to the Den mocracy In favor of the removal from the party of Bryan and Croker U much like that ot the snrg oi who told a patient suffering from gangrene that it would be necessary to remove him from his diseased ootPov dence R I News The beet sugar industry is in ac cord with business generally and is rapidly expanding Blackfoot Ldabt Mall Mr J Ham Lewis says the Democratic ticket in J94 will be Hill and Johnson and now Mr Bryan doesnt know whether to put the acccent in Mr Lewis name on the J or the Ham San Francisco Call Bryan talks ol stumping Ohio for the Demorats If be carries out his plan a larger Republican majority than ever ran be confidently counted upon Providence R I News The latest Populist Democrat is ez Senator Towne who has made a for tune in Texas oil The Democracy will sooi have no leader left Possi bly however this may be an advan tage Tunkhannock Pa Republican Under present economic arrange ments the industrial and commercial Interests of Alabama are expanding at a gratifying rate and it is not like ly these interests will agree to any disconcerting economies Sheffield Ala Reaper President McKinley got Very close to the American people when he wrote his famous thirdterm message to the nation That is shown by the quick and apprehensive response from politi cal allies and opponents Boston Journal Senator Vest said he had hard work to swallow Bryan in 1900 We may expect to learn from an early Issue of the Commoner that Senator I Vest is no Democrat Kansas City Mo Journal The word emperor is so engioised upon the mind of Mr Bryan that in the agony ol his last political days be painfully gasps that word Emperor like it were the one cause of his ended career Fait field 111 Republican In it onslaughter on Pi election in regard to Porto Rican Tariff the DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps Hay Bale Ties Coilwiro Grnto Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etcI Call on I MoBenry1 Mfg Mach Go I v I Mctlenry Ky LvSUr sboad be reminded that the jJlto Rican Legislature had a chance l of repealing it but refused Clyde Can Herald Thomas Jefferson was the first and most pronounced imperialist this country ever had There is a hislo i cal fact that cannot be successfully Denied Sedalla Mo Capital tar Bryan bad a relapse and his imperialistic lever is worse than ever Pi or fellow Ills saflering is acute but Dr Time will cure him Birmingham Ala Times Bradstreeta says late returns show that the United States stilt maintain its hold on first place in the list of exporting countries which It attained 101900 In the face ol this record it does seem a tilde silly for the Fr Traders to indulge In hjUd shaking and ominous hints of danger to our export trade which tfie policy of Pottction threatens San Francisco Chronicle The shipments ol gold continue fjom New York to Uurope but it is nonsense It will have to come back between now and spring to pay for wheat Blnghamton N Y Republi can Representative Babcocks Tatifl yacht is carrying tco much canvas for her displacement and spars When be runs into a stiff electoral breeze his ciait wont have a tag left and the skipper will be lucky If she Isnt hot tqm up with Babcock underneath New York Press Russia has Increased her Tariff on American bicycles That is tough on the Russians who are anxious to get ahead as fast and easily as possible Boston Journal j Sugar beet culture in the Southern tier is making progress It is stated that the beet sugar factory at Bing hamton has under contract 4 ot o acres which are expected to yield 40000 tons of beets The first season the Binghamton factory was in operation It used to ooo tons the secoad 13 ooo and the third 19000 This looks like success Hornellsville N Y Times Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the ute of Chamberlains Cough Remedy If 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 CisVslhst seemed hopeless thai clt mate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by Its use Dear in mind that every bottle is warranted and if it does not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m I have heard of a certain divine that he used always to carry with him a little book This tiny little volume had only three leaves In it and truth to tell it contained not a single word The first was a leaf of black paper black as jet the next was a leal ot redscarlet and the last was a leaf of white without a spot Day by day THE HOME COLD CURE An Ingonlous Treatment by Which Drunkards are Doing Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Uerves A Pleasant and Positive Cure for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ot intox requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat ing tide 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 ColdCure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderlnl discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter bow hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands of Drunk uVrljtht Wives cure your husbands 1 1 Chil dren cure your fathettl I This rem edy lain no sense a nostrum hut U a specIfic for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepaud that it li thoroughly oonble mul pleasant to the taste so that it can he given in a cup of tea or ofKewili out the knowledge of the person ink ing jt Thousands of drunk trds bllvlIcure themselves with this remedy and as mauy more have been cured nnd made temperate men by I having the Cure administered by I loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that dlscontinnrd drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be dtluded by up parent and Ie ding Improvement Drive out the disease at once and tar 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 cot lug 26 to 50 Full directions ac company each package Special a I vice by skilled physicians when requested I without extra charge Sentj prepaid to any part of the receipt of one dollar Addtess I ept t B Giles Company 2330 and 3332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confidential be would look upon this singular tok and at last be told the secrect of what it meant lie said II le- the is black leaf that my sin Rnd the wrath of Goj which my sin dcicrves I look and look and think it Is not half black enough to represent my guilt though it is as black as blade can be The red hat reminds me of the atoning Sfciifice and the prcclntis blood and I delight to 1 ok at it and weep and lok again The white leaf represents my soul as it is washed in Jesus blood and made white as snow C H Spurgeon The Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles I have been in the drug business fortwenly years and have soldmost all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to eqial Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wake field of Columbus Ga This reme dy cuted two severe cases oi cholera morbus in my family and I have tee ommended antI sold hundreds of hot titS ol it to my customers to their ci tire satisfacti noIt n finds a quick and sure cue 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 The farmers ot the West are report ed to be buying more pianos and otb er musical Instruments ttian ever be fore A calamity wait has cot been heard from that sectioi in a lot g time Cleveland Leader eaOAsXOnXAUlau lbs Kind You Hart Atar Bought Clruttrtcf e YIWise Is the man who selects the obedient daughter o a good mother for his wifeLock 1 A NIItii In Tune fUrnnln llDRhci Tonic tMUplrauntl ta ken in errs and Fall parent Chit lingua r 1 Farm Act on the tiTer tone up the system lletttr than Calomel and DraggIouWilliam J Bryan will never achieve fame as an expoanderof the Constitu UonSalt Lake City Tribune The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Coi- xcoruoRATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mlaslsippl and connected by its Long Distance line tblrtyfiveStatesan exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Reader McIIenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as possible service to parties living in the coon try within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other information may be obtainedat the exchange over Will iams Drug Store Hartford Ky C S McCULLOUGH Manager A very few years ago we saw a far mer sell 50 bushels of oils for 2 53 Last week we noted an advertisement where a farmer had lost a check for icoo and3oo in cash from his pock et while going fiom the field to his home Times have changedMasa- llion 0 Independent We can ststt a young man or lady in the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap Call and get our scholarship and go to school The European growls about tbe progress of Americas goods are loudest under tbe operations ol the Ding ley law Nothing of the kind was ever heard under a Democratic Tariff Tlonesta Pa Republican 6- OAS101lXABun theThe KM You lists Mas Bought Blgnitore 111cf f- Farmers dK4 Getting Rich The farmers of the United States are getting wealthy The banks are bulging with their mo icy Abandoned farmes and farm mortgages are a thing of the past and instead of paying from 6 to 10 per rent for money our Western farmers after buying all the necessaries aid luxuries they want have money to lend Awed c iu RonmlstIThis Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier 0 H li Botanic Blood Dlm into new homes we will give away 10 030 treatments B B B will positively cure all blood and skin tioublcs ulcers tcrolula eczema eating sores itching hdmors swell ings pimples boils carbuncles bone gains rheumatism catarrh blocd poison affecting throat or bones mu cons patches cancer swellings per sl tent pimple or wart D B B makes the brood rure oLd tich heals every sore or eruption and stops all aches and pains Dtuggit i For free treitment iddrtsi Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured B B B cures old deepseat ed cases that refuse to heal under pat ent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed oi pure botanic drugs snd It is the finest bkoi purifier In the world IU SUBSTITUTE FOR A VACATION I fl UUNPro Wm C Webster Principal of Webster Music School COO telnway Hull 17 East Van Baron street Chicago 111 in a recent letter cays ji Ihave used your medicine and cannot say too much for It I will recommend It to anybody I keep It In my school IncaioofnecdA New Man- N c May Oak lUdgo Station Pa urrltes Mr L P Bailey whose health was Impaired and who always felt tired and haggard by my per suasion began to use Peruna about a month ago and now he looks like a different man Ho says he feels 100 per cent better NCMay Thoso desiring afree book on the cause of nerve weakness aniomU and other devitalizing dlieuea should address The Porous Medicine Co Columbus Ohio The Ideal It is with pleasure we note that the Lexington Leader is vow in lull con trol of Mr Saw J Roberts who be came sole proprietor recently Mr Roberts located in Lexington in 1888 and launched the first Republican pa per in Fayette county The journal j istic venture at such a time and place I was anything but auspicious but Mrs i Roberts started in witha determination to succeed and give Lexington a first ca s newspaper The record be has made tells the story better than can we of his brilliant success The Leader is today oae ol the very best papers in the State and probably the best daily publication in a city ol 11mI ilar size In the country Sans J Rob erts is a busy engine but always finds time to greet his friends when they approach him lIe is an ideal news paper man and the splendid showing already made by him in journalism is in our opinioa but the beginning of a brighter career 4 Dont Toltcco sIe asS Seeks imr tilt LasJ To quit tobacco easily and forever bt mar nttlc lull ot lire time and vigor take NoTo Dio the wonderworker that makes weak men strong All drugging COo or II Curecuaraa teed Booklet and sample free Address atoning Itemed Cw Chicago or New York A man named Moon was presented with a daughter by his wife That was a new moan The old Moon was so overcome with joy that he went off and got drunk and that was a lull moon When he became sober he had but 25 cents left That was the last quarter But when his mother Inlaw met him at the dcor with a rolling pin there was a total eclipse of the moon with seven stars visible When joa meet an obstacle use it for a stepping stone j Those who live 01 farms ore HaMe to runny accidental cuts burns and buruses which heal rapidly when Ballards Snow Liniment is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 eta J H Williams InI U1D II I took ono botHoof your wonderful Itteellikoful that I got hold of your wonderful remedy I cannot say too much In your behalf I had doctored for two year until I felt there was no relief My vrifo has taken one bottle of your grand medicine and It has helped her 10 much I find it JIM Improved her health so much that I will recommend it to anyone cheertuUyICharles Newman i Nervous Depression The month of July la peculiarly the month of nervous disease especially nervous prostration and other depressed states of tho nervous system People who are at all inclined to be nervous et suffer from weak nerves find this month especially trying Sultry heat and electrical disturbances of the atmos phere la probably the causa of this Invalids need to be particularly cars fut during tho month of to fortify the nervous system by thme ofPeru a THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EdIUonAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The ITMldtatlal campaign U ow bat the world ROM oa Joit tht tarn and It U toll of tie wi To learn this new loot ai It isproinptii and Impartially 11 that yott har to do la to took n the columns ol Tb Thrice Week Edition oft New York World which comM to the siI b crlber lid time a7ear- bThrtvusWek4VotiL dlUgwtr aaapab lUher ot first newa has given It dreulaUon abet eier tho EDglUh language U apolten and yon want It- The Thrlcea Week World regular IDborip tloqprlcaUoalr flCO pre year We offer thla unequaled newspaper and Tnc RircaLICAjr together OUt year for 41 M paPrThousands nave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out Fill A bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set thing Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kidneys If It stains Uyour linen It Is evidence of kld nay trouble too frequent desire to pus itorpainin the is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InablllytoIt or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often timesduringordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery KK and a book that tells more about It both sent If absolutely free by mall SwsmpReoLColion reading this generous offer in this paper BLOOD POISONII Kyoaerer contracted any Blood DlocaHIoa are ester lara unless the Tlnu or baa eradicated from the 011 Mealarmthg but lire In hopes no serious faults will follow lino you AD ot the lollowlnif ymptomi hors throat ulcers on the tongue or la the mouth bait faltlaf out acb Imrpilnnltchlneta of tbe skin sorrier blotches oa tbe body ejca red and smart dIPO sexualweakanslndlcatioaa of thi secondary stage Uont trust to tack Dont rula your system with the old fogy treatment mercury and potatbwhlch outs Suppresses tbe symptom for atime only to break ret arala when happy Id domestic life let quack experiment on yva Ovr NEW MKTIIOll TREATMENT la to cur you uarnntu air tiuckad by book honda will nerer return Thousands of patients nIrdhart been already W NKT11OD TREATMENT loroTrjurtand no return of the disease No rllllelll no rlakIIOI a patch up bet a post live cure The Coral cues aoll- cluONEKVWS DEBILITYOUR NEW MITHOn TRtATMflNT will nr you and make a man of Under 111 Influence the brain becomes active tbe blood purified to that all blotches and ulcers disappear the nervea become etrong aa steel M fls bashflneu and despondency disappeari the face full and clear returns to the body and the moalfbicalaU4Soualaytums are Invigorated all drabs ceate no more vitat I Zhe varIous organs become natural and manly Yoa feet yoanelf a wan and know I marriage cannot be a failure We Invite all the mlclrd to coianult us ceu5dentiaily and fm of charge Dont let quacks and fakirs rob you ol roar hardearned dollara WB WILt CUKE PAY We treat and cure NERVOUS UEU1L1TY SKCUAI WEAKNESS EMISSIONS SYPHIMH GLEET STRICTURE VAK1COCKLE KIDNKY and DLAUOEK DISEASES aad all diseases peculiar to men and women Cures guaran teed a victim flaws you lost hope Are yon contemplating i JillAllHRAreoo Lisa blood been dluaaed Dare weak I New Method Treatment will carayow Ceaicltitiaa treatedZou write for an honest opinioa Free of Chary Cbarirea reasonable IIeoU Golden Monitor ttllutratedl on Diseaur 01- mea UlMjaei of Women Tim Wages of Sin Vatlcocele stricture and OlceU All seat Free sealed C No mtdlclna lent C 0 D No names on boxes or envelopes Cifirjlhkj con denUIL Quitllon lIst and Cost of Trtalmtnl FREE lor Home Curs DBS KENNEDY KEBGAN nSS WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO lion Alfred Taylor Tennessees Great Humorist and Lecturer Will Address the Ohio County Teachers JHartford Republican s FRIDAY JULY u ION luUtn4EorTd rICCSG- Touch Ittrr DC C =Irl4ttuit ftHit by f ht Hartford Pub CojMnrftntt IMiiel it Hartford postolfici as secondclass mill mine REPUBLICAN TICKET For nIrrnuhri AIVIS N IIESM1T- forCoanly Jnilcr fOS HOdERN For tons ty Pearl ClrrK JlH BAGiANU torronnijr Allornrj M I IICAVIIIX fur Mirrlll AIUoNIorScliool finprrlnlrndrnf lAnD IIEWKES- KrorJulltr THOMAS 11 BLACK For ArFH- AtK LOWE For tnrreyor J01IV II MUO rrCoroner Bi L DAVIS MAGISTRATE W P YEM ERLCtolettoII U e COMKFADLE TVUCIIAX iM llCe twtow Itotrkt lWYDOIDm TYda FOR MAGISTRATE FIRST mSTBICT W ate aitkortw4 to aaavwM- UCURIIE HA Kill AeaanWak tor uagbtnt la the lUrUord MritMM DMTKt MkjMt to the aetba of the BiHtlitaa Patti bKlOMl 11ST HT We an aetberitnl to aaOaUe W Martin At a faadMntf for Meudtrat tIaelb Croawrfl Magfurtel iMtrttt e1Ijfrt 10 action Itht lIbIIceD patty We are natBOrtiwd t0 aoaoow MARION CHOWDER At a mnilMate lor TowMMe la the Cromwell MaditrrM Wtrkt object to tW artut UUbllraD party TlllnDIHSTnlCT We are BalborlMd to aaaoiaee- JOIIV M UUAIIVJf- AiamadUate fur Mad trate lathe SIpha- rpreapalragkterlallgtrkebfeetl to them tkra ol tIIIDparty- FOVIITH D1STI1ICT We are oatborlwd to onaooaw- K1AZAU 31ITCIIiiI Aaeandklatfortladtrale la the Font TtH unKlmrrle1 IMntrkt Ml Kt to tIM etlun of the llF oblk n patty We ore untburiMd to aRKuaaw N C1IILER 1 R Mlldallur Mairittratx IB tb Foleve- kllagllI Dbtrkt labjwt to the uitNio ol the Itrwbaao party FIFTH IJISTIIICT We Me untboriinl to aauoaw- eii 11 A ssi i- A a MDAMote for uairiotrate In the llotord MagitetlateUItrlee Hbjwt to the artloof beltrpubHean party- SEVESTII IIISTIUCT Wre aatborltnl to anoaw- e1IlEIIII IOVKT AeIn the hock rt- Maltiaterlalletrktsubctto the action ol the ItrpnbllMB party INTIMIDATION THREATS Just why any man ehould desire to destroy Toe RcrucucAN and damn ita editor we ale trank to conleej our inability to judge The public is ad vised as to our conduct our readers will bear us witness that we have been very rank in dealing with our opponents but Lave always adhered strict ly to the truth and the facts with which we have dealt Shall the free dom ol the press be denyed us Ought we keep mum while tbe ene my stands back and revels in the tu peilluitof billingsgate and false charges and unrelentlesa lieing Isa man not justified in eelfdelenst in fighting for politIcaland social equal its in standing out boldly for tbe principles be bolds sacred in calling a halt on tbe rabid the ambitious rev olutionist tbe rule or ruin element InI politics iu exposing tbe records of public men when they dwert their party play demagogues or turn trait ors to their constituency Why fchould any member of the Democratic ticket desire to see us wiped from the face of the earth is it because we have openly knowingly and willfully misrepresented their record Most assuredly not this for our argument stands uncontradicted by those whose records have been exposed or by tbe mouthpiece of the party We have brought some very grave charges against some of these men and not one has been challenged or questioned Certainly if our conduct was so odious abusive and deserving rebuke somebody somewhere would leadus to a post of correction Take not what we say dear reader but note our conduct and what our enemies have to say about it They abuse us to the extent of their vocabulary but never attempt to correct through their mouthpiece or otherwiseI any argument we submit We recently dumped some bomb baveI camp ol the enemy and ore that something has been hit since slime of the boys have been blowing ol their bezio THE IlKiunucAN has been advised that its editor ia to receive a damn good beatiu right eoin if he dontI change his course which he is certain not to do Of coune deadII d I in Ibo mouth for several days and will haft to be a little keerful what we say fur we are given fair warning that the licking is to be a damn good one It is learned that he was bout half tanked up and fancied himself to be a colossal monster very similar to Mark Twains king of the Mississippi and Mark pictures him with everything but horns To bo more explicit of our meaning we give Twains description of what our enemy fancies he really is Whoooop Im the old original iroiijuwfd brassmounted copper bellied corpsemaker from the wilde of Arkansaw Look at me Im the man they call Sudden Death and Uen eral Desolation Sired by a hurri cane damd by an earthquake halt brother to the cholera nearly related to the smallpox on the mothers side alhgaitortlllnd fut when Im in robust health and a bushel of rattlesnakes anda dead body when Im ailing I split the everlasting rocks with my glance and I squench the thunder when I speak Wboooop Stand back and give me room according to my strength Bloods my natural drink and the wails t f the dying are music to my eat Cast your eyes on me gentle men and lay low and hold your breath for Im bout to turn myself looseBeing warned of the dangers and threatened annihilation by a friend apIprebeneious exterminator Whereupon we sug gested that we could best illustrate our oneuiness by relating a little Sunday School story which went thusRecently we learned ot a lady who was very attentive and dutiful to her Sunday School class ot little boys she was bright brilliant and highly cul turedand would frequently lecture her class One day after the routine of class work had been completed sbe entered into a vivid description of the devil to the tender young su perstitious minds picturing him with horns hoofs and a long tail a perfect maneater and on concluding ber lecture sbe quizzed some of the buys to see whether or not it bad been effective Turning to Tommy she asked Tommy are you afraid of tbe devilYes indeed Im fraid of deb dabble Bill are you afraid of the devil Law yes Miea Mary Im awfully fraid of the devil How about you Johnnie are you afraid of the devil too Well dont know much recon might be fraid of tbat sort of devil but It youll just trot out any little old devil my size Ill give him hell LET JUSTICE REIGN Within the past ten days Mr Jus tus Goebel has been indicted in two cases for obtaining money from city officials of Covington because he was I instrumental in obtaining the positions which they held One salary was 8150 per month and 850 of that amount was appropriated to the private use of Justus Goebel for his services in securing the office Before the ink had hardly dried on the indictment his brother Arthur Goe bel bad published a signed cardask ing the public to withhold judgment against his brother until he could he heard iu the case There was noth ing wrong in this nothing unfair it was a reasonable request but how vastly diflerent to tbe case of those charged in an indictment of being accessories to the murder of a public official bow different is the action of Arthur Goebel in this matter to the case of Caleb Powers when he even aided in purchasing evidence to hang an innocent man and taking tbe stand himself I Indeed a vast ham exists between the demands of Arthur Goebel and the actions of the Democratic nomi nees for county offices in this county in prejudging Gov Taylor in II lur ishing a painting in the Beckbam pro j cession last fall purporting to repre IjEnatorI I cial honors on the Democratic tick et All these fellows bavo convicted him and would rtjoica to see him hung by the neck on a limb until deadNo man should be convicleJ with out a fair and impartial trial The court should be fair and just in its rulings ils instructions to the jury ought to be delivered with the one end in view to obtain justice How different it was iu the Powtrs case The jury should be selected accord- Ing to the law without stopping to askwhat political party a man nfllli ates with How different was it in the trial of Powers The evidence ad duced in tho case ought not come from perjured souls prowlers after human blood sneaks and varments that infest the suboceanic regions the elticing influence of the fumes ol a 8100000 corruption fund ought not jusII n tap l miles over hills and mountains into the deep valley of the Kentucky through tho solidarity of filthy lucre ought not be admitted in court us testimony Justice should bo admin istered to all criminals alike The color of his skin or his standing in life should cut no figure in the case Rigid justice should be administered to Justus Goebel If he be guilty as the testimony before tho grand jury indicates ho is a criminal and is no better than the sneak that prowls by night and appropriates to his own use the hard earned savings of the farmer or the industrious mei chant or the dilligeut banker Certainly wo are favorable to in impartial trial to Mr Goebel but out point is this What right has Arthur Goebel to demand that the public mind stay its sentence on his brother when he and a large per cent ot his political brethren passedsentence on every Republican official who was elected In 99 immediately on learn ing the news of Senator Goebel death declaring that the rightful governor should hang while the entire Republican party should suffer dam nation forever It it is right and fair to star the public verdict in the Justus Goebel case until a jury hears a1 the unbiased and utipurchased testimony is ituot equally right that those charged wItha conspiracy to kill Senator Goebel should be considered innocent until proven guilty in an American court of justice For more than twelve months Arthur Goebel has had Caleb Powers convict ed in his own judgment he has spent a great portion of his time to convict him regardless of his innocence he has even accompanied tbe notorious Tom Campbell into the hills ant val lies of the much abusedmountainous district to find tbe employes of that 8100000 corruption Lundand yet when a member of his family gets his head in the halter be becomes a pious penitent seeker for leniency for moderate justice for the withstay al of public condemnation He fir gets his own record and prays his neighbors for what he denied them We want those indicted to stand on tbe same footing Because this mans name is Goebel ia no reason tbat he should be adjudged innocent while another is convicted in advance of a fair hearing because his name is Powers Caleb Powers has been in jail a long while he has been accorded mock trial but even in advance cf it he had been convicted by the same man who now asks leniency Caleb Powers may be guilty he may deserve death but he has never been proven guilty and the fact that be ought to die has never IIBeloreunder American jurisprudence In law give us no favorite in court take not your politics and when it comes to summoning a jury do it ac cording to law and not swear 9 man to conviction before the evidence Is beard Give Mr Goebel a hearing give him a jury from the wheel in regular order eliminate the Finley Andersons the Robert Noake and tbe Strolling Weavers and bloodmoney give him a fair trial under AmericanI laws and while this is we for Mr Goebel may we not ask tbe same for Caleb Powers and every other man indicted TRY TO IMAGINE Slnkurawinlheor die nrrlr or per lnhlKlve my hand oDd iny heart tothU roter Try to Imnrfne a Wrbitvr ranking this ilfclnrntlon In the Kentucky Lrglin tare Hnrtluril Herald Yes if your imagination is elastic enough try to imagine Daniel Webster casting his vote in a Kentucky Legislature to seat a man in tbe governors chair who hadactually been defeated by a majority of twenI tythree hundred and eightythree votes of sturdy Kentuckians Try to imagine again Daniel Web ster calling for a contest after being legally and fairly defeated by his tel j lowcountry men I i Try to imagine Daniel Webster fathering a law that removes everyI element of chance from an election i Try to imagine Daniel Webster accepting a stolen officeITry to imagine Daniel Webster in dorsing the recent contest and the overthrow of political equality civil liberty acd the Constitution I Try to imagine Daniel Webster praying the gods to hang his suc ceesful rival and damn the opposing I because he had been defeated ilcondescending Benton essay Try to imagine Daniel Webster pardoning a convicted gambler beIcause he preferred competition tbat business Dear reader turn your imagina tion loose and let it bring Danit1I Webster into Kentucky him through the campaign and elec tion of 09 take him through tbeI whole proceedings of the contest then take him lo Caleb Powers celland try to imagine what he would say sod do about the persecution which bas been his lot to endure Wherever you go with Daniel give rfrirpeindnn the rvlnu and search Ji N tho confines of his cranium then re port what Daniel would have done J had ho been Gum Taylors opponent j GOVERNOR TAYLORS CALAMITIES i I Governor Taylor It certainly the most miserable and the most unfortu nate roan in all America Already be has been the object of calamity and calamitys children for twp long I years and now that he has lost his devoted compauion by death he Is left alone to toil through life broken in heart and spirit disappointed and driven from tho land ot hu nativity and for what Because ho had heat elevated from the lowly walks of tile by his fellowcountrymen to a high position of honor and distinction From the rugged pathway of poverty he toilet and combattedwith the misfortunes ol life overcoming all obstacles until he reached the highest position iu the gilt ot the State Two years ago just now his party made him its nominee for Governor over I two other excellent gentlemen He went into the campaign with six chances in seven against him and won a splendid victory He waged the battle on the right of Kentuckians to Milgovernment civil liberty and the supremacy of libertywhich the guardian angel of America guaran tees to every citizen From the cabins in the mountains to the palaces of the Blue Grass and through the penoyrile he made an aggressive fight daring his opponent to face him with the people and uphold the principles which he repre sented but like all coward he refus ed to meet him As a reward for his manly energetic campaign and as a rebuke to him the father of the Goebel law the people made him Governor by 83mjority votes after many thousand bad been taken from bis credit but careless in choosing a legislature that hall the brazen audacity to overthrow tbe majority rule After having been legally and constitutionally inducted into a dice a contest was demanded by the rabid partizans Having a majority in tbe legislature tbat were ready rebels against the citizens of Kentucky it was an easy matter to accomplish their purpose But during this con test farcical barbaric as it was when evidence was only heard against him he unfalteringlyetaod for the people During the long proceedings ol the contest which followed lib wife and little children were treatedwith scorn and contempt everywhere they went by the fanatics of Frank tbeIschools they were spat upon and most wereIcircleIIthe nerves of Governor and Mrs Tay lor cannot be comprehended by those who only read the story of their trials Finally having been driven from the State he with his family sought a home in Indiana under the protec tion of Its beloved Governor from the prowling assassins nnd the influence ol that 8100000 blood money Here brokenhearted her nervous system tbatIconstitutionIgave enormous strain and another victim of the as sassins was delivered up In view of these facts the Democratic ticket here in Ohio county who indorse every step that has been taken against Kentuckys rightful Governor every calamity that has befallen him and who themselves Jlici paraded it in a precession from Beav er Dam to Hartford and there put it in the bands of a son of a candidate to shake in the face of the beerfatted furious Ollie James have the gall to come to the citizens of this county and say There is no politics in this campaign you shall not drag us into the dieciiision of State issues you rausnt talk to us about these things if you do you ore liable to be insulted Ah good people cant you sec the point How eager they are how anxious they are for the name of W S Taylor to be forgotten by you These candidates know that W S Taylor was your idol whom they have so shamefully mistreated They know that no man on earth is quite so dear to this people as the man whom they elected Governor whom these candi dates helped to unseat II nil drive from the Stale Gov Taylor is much loved by the citizens of this c runty because they know him because be was reared in the shadow of their own homesand they love him the more be cause he has been so cruelly and john manly culled and driven from a for tune of 26000 which they assisted giving him- Twurxn months ago the Herald scribe was heartily endorsing Mr Wattersons frank statement Under tbe operation of the GebellawI the result ol the election Ii1I0t left to chance The scribe now repudiates Watterson and will finally go after Mr Goebel for his revolutionary as partinnaat MnFfonry Oh hilt OneI L 0 fI r = m tDoes your hair split atIthe end Can you out a handful I by nin nilIwww g Y fingers through t Does it seem and lifeless 1 Give yor halr1II chance Feed it The roots are not arc weakcIbecause are starvedthats allITheIbestIhairfood I JIrJis MairIQor If you dont want your hair to die use Aycrs Hair Vigor I once a day It makes the hair grow stops I falling and cures danIdruffIt always restores color to gray or faded hair it never fails- ato0 a battle All druglrta OnbotUeofdyerall+ lr Vlor I1uldJotir WITT- Mircb stRa CDot 8 Oak Jlwrt JUlr Vigor complete eared me from dandrunwtthwhk6 twascreatlyamkted The growtb of WlagwoodertuLLtaaanaegxq gme April 13 Ilia yewYofkXT If TM de not obtain all the benIto yoa erected from the a of the hair hllo aat IL DanJ C ATE1I IxjwlL Mau bet never raid The Republicans may do tbe voting but we Democrats will do the counting He didnt eh Well Dr 1 S Smith and U B Innea nod Messrs E L MjmTW Fieldtn and Ptter Laud er swore tbat be did use the expression and we would certainly believe these gentlemen upon any question political or otherwise They are all excellent men but then jou say a counter affidavit was filed by whom Ob well politicians of coune Hows This We diet One Hundred Dollars Re ward o any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by lulls Catarrh CUleI p J CHENEY Co Toledo O We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last 15 years anti believe him perfectly honorable in ah all business transactions and finan dally able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West naxWholesale Druggists Toedo 0- WaldingKinnan Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo 0 Hells Catarrh Cura is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces el the system Testimonials sent tree Price 7c per bottle Sold by nil Druggists Halls Family Pills ate the best CENTRAL GROVE KY July 8 Farmers are becoming much discouraged over the condition of their crops A refreshing rain would be acceptable- Mr Leslie Miller is sick at this writingMr Mm G W Rowe visited the family of Mr G R Carson Elm wood Sunday Misses Brssle Dunes and Nora Mad dot Deaver Dam are visiting Misso Madie and Ada Park Capt Oscar Bishop who has been in tbe Philippines for the past two years Is expected home today We shall be glad to know ol his sale return and heartily welcome him to our community again Ills farther Mr J M Bishop will meet him at Louic vllleSeveral people ot Central Grove at tended the picnic at Centeron Sat urdayMr and bits T G Hunter and son Master Charlie spent Sunday at Mr Roy McKernanu Mr D M Park and daughters Misses Madie and Ada attended church at Centertown Sunday AOSKSIA Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlains Pain Balm in about one third the time any other treat ment would requite because ol its an tiseptic qualities which cause tbe party to heal without maturation For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro CENTERTOWN KY Our picnic is a thing ol tbe past and the bill game one ol considerable Interest but our rey orter rot belugI on the ground early In the day failed to get a full report of the game Prof G T Tlnsley has recovered front his spell of typhoid fever and Isj able to be out again Mr J M Carter is confined to his room pn account of malarial Mr P Heflin has moved troubteI farm on Rough river to his Don Tichenor and Nellie GojJall who have been sick for quite a whilei are thought to be slowly improving Mr F M Allenafter a light attack ot leveria able to be out again Rev Shugart delivered an able sere mon for us last Sunday It was benefi reel to all and showed to ua very plainly our duty toward keeping the i Subbath day holy I Our Sunday school Is moving on very nicely cud n sale better interest In the work on the part ol p rents Roald give ur one ol the best schools In the county Mrs Susie Martin of Owensboro ind Miss Goldn Mcsely and brotber Cal of Haitlord visited the family ol II IL Davis last Saturday anti Sum lay I The Republican convention passed jV quietly anti leaves W P Render Sr nl our candidate for Miglatintr hid Wm Chanrellor to make the race for Constable GRACE Is your liver tired Does it fall to to Its duty If So dont neglect its all for help A few doses of Herblne may save joaa spell of sickness lerbine is the only perfect liver tiled clre It cures Chills and lever Price So eta J II Williams m Itw Aro Yur Midaeys r- Tiellobbsya asrltlaarnhldaeylnaaao stetiro AddburlnaltemeaiCsChleaaowNYAn The editor of a weekly journal tate ly lust two ol his subset Ibers through iccidentally depattiag from tbe beaten track lu his answers to correspondents Two of his subscribers wrote to ask his remedy for their itspcctlve troubles No I a happy f liter ol twins w oe to inquire tbe best way to get therntnlcly over their teething ind Nil x wanted to know lov to protect his old nrd Ion the myriads fgia shopp fs The editor framed ills answers upon orthodox lines but unfortunately transposed their two lames with the result that t who I was blessed with twins read In reply o his query Cover them carefully with straw and set fire to them and the little pests alter jumping about in the flames a few minutes will speedily De settled While No2 plagued with grasshoppers was told to Give I little castor oil and rub their gums gently with a bone dngRostontr- aveler Cdueateror fluweu nub Cretorerer1ocmeIn Memory Of Mrs Driotha Yates Park wile ol Sherman A Park whose goodness womanly kindness and sweet piety have been felt by the wilier in com mon with many others this notice is dedicated In 1891 Miss Derotba Yates married Mr S A Park and their union was blessed with tour children three boys and one girl For the past two years Mrs Park had peen very weak and sfT red much but neither suOering nor approaching death could ahake a trust reposed in Go I or lessen the love and Interest In tier family In n faceting on her un ntsuniinj life and Christian death the inesef Dryden seem peculiarly titling Iltftlbre thou hart lain another WUe and ITIKM and pare u she Tin shall throw bu dart at t am R W BLOOD OAK John Vrlol of Dear Den writes I poUonedwlth poison oak which went my blood and my condItion all I could I in a condition confined to liouio six x saw S B 8 and beean its- use soon realizing it was dclnir mt good I continued the ured I thick it blood medicine made If YollveMiiTtti v r ti Burn This is not forYou JHUT if wnntto spent your money tilt most profitable vtiy possible to our store now No clmnco of burning your cash heroin tilt exceptionable values luau to oiler Wo wnnt to impro8i upon tho public absolute truthfulness of the assertion that wo are going let prices count fur little in closing our our largo stock of Sumner Goods It is not so much profit but tho CASH that nro after We want to mako a clean sweep and if get a littlo above a little below cost moll carriage for ourt goods now wo satisfied Our Big July T rI Clearance Sale is Now onl ON account of our large stock wo yet have a full supply iu many Hues of goods Those must go right away for the CASH whether there is a profit attached or not tore showing a big lino of now Ill Kmhnmlcrics Allover Inser tions and I acc Big lino of Ribbons Ladies Muslin and Knitted Underwear IJUVIIH Organ dies Piques Foulards Dimities Shambries White Dress Goods and other Fabricsin stacks and Molts In Summer Clothing forMen and Boys and Indies anti Gents Furnishing Goods we have large desirable lines I Havent Time and Dont Care to Quote You Prices t In fact well let our customers do most of the pricequoting Wo are quito willing to loso a fow cents a purchase ifour customers ore pleased and we art enabled to turn our goods into Crab We need this Cash to make our Fall purchases honco this sacrifice We want our cus + tomers to take advantage of this Clearance Sale with tho full assurance that thorois a Bargain in every purchase Como NOW Do not delay for the Bargains will got fewer as they dis posed RT COLLINS Hartford f Poison Oak Poison Ivy BOTANICAL REPTILES Their Sting Sets the Skin on Fire and Fills the Veins with a Violent Lingering Poison These plants seem to partake of the nature and character of the serpent in winter time being comparatively harmless but when warmed into life by spring and summer heat they become extremely venomous andspiteful emitting a milky juice that burns blisters like a fiery acid producing quick inflammation and painful swelling Some persons so susceptible to these vegetable poisons that coming their vicinity will produce almost as much discomfort and pain as handling theta their thin anti sensitive skins seem to absorb from the surrounding atmosphere the acrid juices emanating from these plants There is seldom a picnic or family gathering in the woods but that some mem ber of the party comes in contact with Poison Ivy Oak or souse other hurtful plant or weed and through the o cr pores the poison is carriedI to the overheated blood Poison Ivy is found clinging to tree t j SATURATED WITH POISON Mr Station was through became 10 serious that the doctors said not Bt well remained precarious the for montha when advertised that medicine and wen entirely the best you in come wo tho to very of wo wo or are Wo Dress on are of are in llllllI or rocks 5OI11etliIil S reach Ilenearlyand shiny and three on each stem the flowers arc of a greenishwhite c lat the berries pale green or wlnte The Oak IS n setae shrub seldom more than three sailslocation i 1like edges and a downy appearance underneath While the two plants are entirely tmlike- cnrancci the polsonotts effects arc very similarnPPAfter the swelling subsides the skin remains for a longtime in a rough and inflamed condition dotted here and there looking ulcers and little festering sores It is truly remarkable with what regularity and certainty the disease returns and always on schedule nhnostithat RETURNED EVERY SPRING FOR 18 YEARS Mm A ZT BfiuMtt of Toccoa Oa whoM Ouse U similar to thousands of others whocame In contact with these plant says I When eight years old my littlo and Op I weia poisoned by handling potion oak and it broke out en us every spring for eighteen years Goua one recommended Ny wehaveseveral teaioni Ithroughand charged with the poison that each succeeding attackTt leaves the body weaker and recovery more 1m slow disastrousYForhas wisely providedan antidote or cure The roots andYherbs of is composed quickly surely permanently overcome and out of the blood and system the effects of Poison Ivy Poison Oak Virginia Creeper Thunder Weed Sumac and vegetable poisons of every variety S S S an invaluable and perfect antidote for poisons of this class is never any return of the aggravating symptoms after aicourse of S S Sas it destroys every vestige of the poison Dont abandon hope because ofrepeated failures State your case to our store can help 3ou Medical cost you nothing and is strictly confidentialiBook on Bloodand Skin Diseases free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO r Kf Institute Thursday Evening July 25 IjOl at 8 p HI THEMEPOETRY AND PEARLS Come JIBURY1Saidin a little whilo everything will bo turned up silo down Forthemontl of July proposE turning thing up side down r Molls Sumner Coats GOc to U5- lioysr Linen Pants 25 r MOils Linen Suits 200 to 30 BluoSergo Coat and Vest 300 to 351- Mcnq Gauze Underwear 25 Genuine Balbriggan Suits t lOi- Towftinon4 Pants 100C Good Socks 5 JFancy Half How 1 Oc to 10C =out Shoos lOl- Lidios Slippers fiOc to 20C Ian a Robes 50 PanI3Qlsnllcolol8 50 to j 351 Pretty lino Fans 5c to Tai Goods in Plain and Figurc15c to 20- Fancy Wash Goods 1 5c 8c lOc and 20C Hamburg runt Swiss Embroideries 5c to 30- Torchon c Kdgings and insertionslUicnui-tno Vnl AKCA lOc to 15 Thread Edges and Insertions2c to lOc yard 1 Swiss allover Lace allover 25o to 75c yard Ijieo stripo Hoso 15o to 25i hid s Fancy Hosi toe loc and 20 C lllnck Cat Ho o 10o to 25 Ianticse Genuine Lisle Thread Vest 25t Entire lino 75c Shirts SOc Bigsizo Counterpane SOc One dollar a yard Skirt Goods 3 yds to skirtSOcGo- odisunuuer Corsets SOc Good quality laid Gloves 75c Very best Kid Gloves 100 Lilk Gloves black only35cBlack Silk Mitts 15c to 25c Childs Pamsols 15c Mens Good Work Gloves SOc IK = BIG REDUCTION IN MILLINERY GOODS I THE remaining summer months wo arc going to make interesting by making SPECIAL PRICKS in every depart merit Itcmcnibor wo take CASH Wool Eggs Ginseng and Feathers in exchange for all kinds of Dry Goods L The Place is tfl11 Jf SUt 0 tit tt- fl fl41 t 41 tl t- fl t bb batla1 t 1 Caps and Gloves to my lino of i- jk4 ft 1STttb 14 b1 14 And will make prices to suit tho times on t ts lsame Below I quote you n few of my t 1ninny low prices t1 1 I1 gGood11 Good Green Coflbo iletJ 41 Country Bacon limitedandt10c t t Standard fire proof Coal Qil15c galtt41 Countrymade Vinegar 20c to 14 Salt six pounds for1IV i5cJIasons taruit1 1 Set Glass TumblersiT15c tp t Crockery Ware V81c gal tt 41 Good Shirting5Q yd It 1Good Table Linen v 30c yd t- fl Suspenders lOc and t 1 Mens Underwear25c and 1tf t14Featherstitch Brmd50 buncht1 4 flat Wing Ties 25c ene It1f Men Overalls doublofrontA50 old b1- R I lenrsShirts 2Sc U1H It19 Boys Shoes heavy DOc and lrM ofi Mens H 1nrIllH Itf 4 Ladies either 75c and 1 1 1IoccI81n8150 andp1 Childrens ShoeslOcand up t 14- IR b Ask to see tho 250 lladcliflb Shoes for worn g d Iq en Handled by b1 4 C La ARMENDT Dundee Kya i New Livery and Feed Stable T Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times aTim most polito attention given customers and the kin es1 care taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES am- Y WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAN FERTILIZER JSsSTERMS STRICTLY CASHSCf 4 C TAYLOR Proper BUCCESSOU TO In oWN TAYLOR HartZOrd BeD1 uokyI Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 12 o Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo- TabJo New time card taking effect Sunday Dee 100 at noon I North Bound Won Hi Hound No US dae B8I a ta No lit doalliOS a m lWpNnlfdalraapm m 10I hlSta 210 p m nu Agent Kfq C L Field Island is In town Delicious Coca Cola at tbe Singer J office C Get your Milk Shake at the Singer office Nicest line ol Cigars in town atC I Singer office Hot Peanuts and Pop Corn alway s I on hand at Singer office I Ice Cream and Sherbet constantly I on hand at the Singer office I Prof T J Morton returned Irom Cobden III Sunday evening IOrange Cherry and Blackberry phosphates at the Singer office C R Martin jeweler and watch makerat Williams drug store IPolted Turkey Chicken Ham officeeDeputy U S Marshal G M York OwenSboro waa in town yesterday Dont forget the Institute and the Taylor lecture Its week after next For Oranges Lemons and Bananas ol course you go to the Singer office Mr II C Mead representing Pub Medicine Company ol St Louts is in town Dr n A Carson has opened up a Dental office np stairs next door to Carson Co tt Mlstes Maggie and Ada Piston Beaver Dam visited the Misses Millet first of the week Mrl R T Collins presented bet husband with a nice 4th of July pret enttit was a fine girlIThe nicest and newest uf tc date line of candles in the city cau btI found at the Singer officeIMiss Mary Taylor and Master John Taylor lelt Monday for St Clair Michigan for a short visit Dr E A Carson will be in McHec Henry tc day and trmorrow and at Rockport Monday and Tuesday Practical and scientific horseshoeing twenty years experience 45 81 A B Kown Centettown Ky A goad wagon and good dralt hones to exchange for good match cows R M MILLER Hartford Wagwheels refilled ten dollar per setA B RowR Centertown Ky Sheriff Stevens and Judge Miller at tended the Good Roads Convention at Madisonville Wednesday and Thursday The picnic at Cenlertown Saturday was very interesting The base ball games were sources of enjoyment to the visitors The Sulphur Springs Magisterial District convention meets at Narrows July 20 at 2 oclock p m Do not forget the date Miss Innnle Render left Monday lor Louisville where she joined a par ty of friends for buffalo Niagara and other points of Interest Messts H C Shaver V M Stew art W A Carson and Joe A Bennett Beda attended the reunion at Mor- gantown the Fourth They report a splending time and a grand snccessI The celebration wblch was to have been held at Render the 20th hlUlt been postponed Indefinitely on account of the extreme hot weather and the old soldier boys will take notice of the change The statement of the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank will be found In anoth er column It Is a splendid display ol business at Deaver Dam and a high recommendation of the business qualifications of cashier Barnes C R Martin the old reliable Jeweler and watch and clock repairer IIII now at tbe drug store of J II Will tams Hartford wbere he is prepared to do any and al kinds oi work in his line Strawberries Ice Cream Sherbet Ices Lemonade and all kinds ol coolI ing thinks at Griffins drug store Go and take your sweet heart and enjoy a tttcatete lu their new ice cream parlorLittle Miss Lonrene daughter ol Mr and Mrs R T Collins has been dangerously ill of cholera inftntnm for several days She is much im proved row and will scow be out againWe will close out our Foulard Silks at aoc Imported organdies iitfc and- all wash goods in proportion Dont fill to see these goodsno last years goods All new fresh stock CARSON Co privateI day from the Philippines Our friend Mills advises us that America Is plen ty large for him and will make it a point to stay in America henceforth Well Murray well keep you so be Contented od boy Messrs Hill Soutbard and Bal Chapman near McHenry killed a dove recently that had elxy agh t peas in its craw These gentlemen had sowed a crop ol stock peas aid the birds were making rails on them and tbe farmers concluded to retaliate by murdering the transgressors r The Institute 2The Institute Is fast approaching only one mote week Intervenes lathe r preparation for the duties which each teacher is expected to meet The Institute ought to be a success for nothing Is more Indicative ol good work In the school room than good work In an Institute Our Institute ought to improve in iU advancement each year our teachers ought to Im yearrno this adinicement will be eOorded than in the Institute hall The Su perintendent and Instructor are doing everything in their power to make an interesting and profitable Institute A lecture will be delivered Tuesday night by Rev II Bolce Taylor a brilliant and scholarly young divine vbile Thursday night Hon AU or will explore tbe beautiful realms of Poetry and Pearls A large attendance is expected to attend this lecture course during the Institute lor it promises to be tbe most Interesting event of tbe summer lor our people Remember week after next Is the Institute get ready and make yourself conspicuous that week with your presence and thus encourage the young educators the Superintendent and Instructor Powells gasoline boat has been tied up near the Hartford Water Mill for debt by Evansville parties an attach ment was served Wednesday by Dep uty U S Marshal G M York It is in charge ot Mr J M Mattiugly Withdrawal- palutown Ky July 9 19 i EDITOR REPUBLICAN Owing to the condition ol my health and realizing that If nominated I would be compelled to canvass the district which I wimld be unable to do I have concluded it best for me to withdraw from the field as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Magistrate in the Cromwell Mag isterial District Thanking my many friends for the interest they have manifested in my behalf I remain Very trulyL o Imperfect digestion and assimila lion pro uce disordered conditions oi the system which grow and are confirmed by neglect Herbine gives toae to the stomach and causes good digestion Price 50 cents J H Williams m Dave Smith Killed Wild Cat Dave Smith is no more lie was shot and instantly killed at It oclock today by Charles Brown two miles hour Whltesville Smith was in Whltesville this morning to purchase some goods and about 1030 left for his home about three miles routh of the town When about twothirds of the way home ht met Charles Brown a neighbor wltbI a shotgun What passed between the two men Is not known butBrown fired one shot which entered Smiths Cody killing him Instantly Brown was on foot at the time of the shoot big but he went back home at once and got his horse and started to Ow ensboro to give himself up The men had been enemies for along time and it came to a culmina lion over the ownership of a goat Smith had made a number of threats against Brown and when he passed Browns place he undertook to drive off the goat which was claimed by Brown The killing occurred almost In foct of Browns house and the little that is known of it is what he his family before he left Smith was not armed at the time of the shootingNews the killing reach Whites vine In twenty minutes alter It occurred and the marshal thought o holding an inquest until advised that he could not do It The body at 2 oclock this alternoon was lying In tbe road where it had fallen and it will likely remain there until the arrival of Coroner Hayden wbo went this alternoon to hold the inquest Browns family toad the men who went out twin Wbltesvllle that he had started to Greensboro to surrender but they do not believe it From some preparation he had made they thought it more probable that he had gone out ol the State Brown is known as a quiet citizen and has never been in trouble before tie has a wile nod several children Smith was 55 v nrs old and has al ways been known as one of the toughest men in the country Many years ugo be was tried in the Davless cir cuit couit on a charged stealing wool and sent to the penitentiary lor a term of years Hejvas tbe hero 01 a thous and fights more or less and bad the tears ot many a battle on his body Wednesdays Inquirer N 1 WONT WAIT I If you knew how SCOTTS I EMULSION would build you i up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you in con dition for next winter you would begin to take it now ILIYorki e SUBLIME SVILBRHon AlfTaylorsLecture ON Poetry and Pearls r AT HARTFORD YJiilraitaH Euening July 25 e AT 8 OCLOCK During the past two seasons Mr Taylors lecture entitled Poetry and Pearls has mot with such universal suc cess as to placo him among the foremost platform enter tainers of America With the magnetism an power of a great actor ho sweeps from picture to picture displaying an individuality of manner anda beautyof expression which thrills and enraptures those who hear him- Poetry and Pearls is more than a mero speech It is n beautiful prose poem sparkling with metaphor and allegory and simile and offer vescent withwit qnd hu mol +Tickets are on sale at R T Collins dry goods store They are going fast and you should como or sendat once andso lect your seat- Reserved Seats 50c I Out Sunday School Convention Prof H K Taylor of Louisville will be at Mcllenry on Sunday July 21st 1951 and will conduct the Annual County Sunday School Con vention Prol Taylor is one of the best Sunday School workers of the State and no doubt will give us the best convention the county has ever bad Every Sunday School of the county Is entitled to delegates to this convention and will miss a great treat should It fail to take advantage oi thlI opportunity The morning session win begin at 1030 oclock the evening session at 2 oclock We hope every school will send as mrny as two delegates and more II convenient Free entertainment will be provided lor delegates Attend to this matter and send names of dele gates immediately to J Ham Barnes Beaver Dam so that homes may be providedPlease make out the following re port and send to U W Patterson at Prentice Ky or bring it with you to the convention PggtTt IfaT nnniiniiiin Adilnu Snperlntendent Addiwa Primary TRthffMAddrau liar yon a separate room for the Primary I Department iiiJini1m Number of Offlccn and Tnth7 Total number Bcholant Arerwt Attendance or the school Including OI Stare and Teacher 119 many month In the yean In your School opvnt Your bl Opening Ha ybdr School a Home Department Number Enrolled 1 What le the Amount of your Contribution thli year to the Kentucky Sunday School Aa 1 oclatlonT S OW deilro from each School aContlbatlon equal to TEN CFNT8 from each Officer and Teacher and TWO CENTS from each Scholar The money U needed NOW lot County State and International Sunday School Work I Pate of this UportUOIlanlo- hodDy Addreu Ny Whites Cream Vermifuge not only eOectnally expels worms but Is unc qualed as a Ionic and is a certain and permanent cure lor Chills and Fever In children Price 25 cts J H Williams m Economic Aspects of Reciprocity comprising two lectures delivered by John P Young before tbe College of Commerce ot the University of California has just been issued in docu ment form by The American Protective Tariff League Two copies sent to any address for three cents Ask for Document No 49 Address Amer- Ican Protective Tariff League 135 West 23 1 Street New York Fat ladyDont sleep tio much exercise doht eat fats and sweets To reduce flesh rapidly take Roy Mountain Tea Acts directly on the fatty tissues 3SC Ask your drug gist m I Scrofularev arc entirely free from It It may Oewlop eo slowly as to caua llttla K any disturbance during the wliol period ot childhood It may then produce Irregularity ot th stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrl wnsumptiOlberoreeruption or glandular Bwelllne qullfreelion you can rely on Hoods SarsaparillcT- ho best of nil medIcInes for all humors OF HEART FAILURE Wife of ExGovernor W S Tay lor Died at Indianapolis Tuesday Morning Indianapolis Junly 9Mrs Sara Taylor wife ol exGovernor Taylor of Kentucky died at 220 oclock tbi morning of hemorrhage resulting from bruit failure She had been it lor several weeks but her death war not expected She was 40 years ofage NEWS RECEIVED HERB It has been decided by the Kentucky colony here that Mrs Taylo will be burled beautiful Crown Hill Cemetery in this city in order t avoid any molestation of Mr Tayloi by the Kentucky authorities in cast the funeral was held in Kentucky Mrs Taylor the wife ot exGov Wm S Taylor died suddenly at Indianapolis shortly after 2 oclock this morning ot heart trouble The first news of ber death was received hereby pojtmaster Baker who received a telegram from Gov Taylors daughter informing him ol her mother 9 sudden death formatter Bakers wife left on tae first tlaln for Indian spoils to render all the assistance she possibly could to the children and ex GovernorMrs bad not been in good health lor some time During the troublesome times at Frankfort when Gov Taylor held his seat at tbe point of the bayonet Mrs Taylor was in poor health and the excitement attendant upon the position occupied by her husband came very near cant lug her death upon more than one oc casion Several times Gov Taylor was upon the point ot quitting tbe desperate struggle fearing that unless he did so the Hie of his wifeto whom he was devoted would be the forfeit But she bravely kept up under the ter rible strain and spurred her husband on to the retention ol the place to which the people bad elected him Finally broken in spirit and in purse having sacrificed every cent he had ic the world in his effort to nphod the will of the people the end came and he was forced to give up the position to which he had been chosen Kind friends then provided a home for Mrs Taylor the brave And loving wife at Crescent lull There the stricken family went un lit hounded and pursued by infamous and unfeeling wretches Tbe Governor and his family were driven from tbe Ssate Refuge was taken in Indiana wbere through the generous heartedness of its Governor a pro tecting arm was thrown around Ken tuckys exGovernor his wife and childrenBut e excitement of the past two years have proven too great for tbe frail wife of the exGovertor and the end to all her troubles came this morning as announced above The sympathy of all true Kentuckians ir respective of politics will go out to Governor Taylor in this his terrible hour of affliction when he Is left a fugitive so to speak from his own State with several children to care for it Is truly a pitiable case and one which would touch a heart of stole Ohio County Boys Olio county hastjult the Louisville Medical College this year with five graduates Drs Z H Sbultz D H Godsey J Henry Barnes A D Park and J L Smith from the Dental Col lege two Drs O B Heavrin and B A Carson Here are seven excellent young men ready for the onorous duo ties of a life of investigation and it can truly be said of these young men that they will bare comparison with any other countys output from these institutions or any other as for that matter Young men you are tbe representatives of a county strongly in ttipathy with mans intellectual development and as her representa fives she is justly ptoud ol you Go forth to your duties remembering that you tai go to the top round if you will to do it and the best wishes ol Tint REPUBLICAN will follow you r Mass Convention Persuant to call ol the committee the Republicans of Centertown Mag isterial district met In mass conven tion at Centertown July 6 1911 for tbe purpose of nominating candidates for Magistrate and Constable respec tivelyThe assembly was called to order by Dr G P Chapman who was made chairman of the convention and C B Smith was chosen secretary The chairman then declared nominations in order and Mr W I Rowe in a few well chosen words closing with a beautiful tribute to President McKin ley presented the name of Mr W P Render Sr wbo was nominated can didate for Magistrate the unani mous vote of the convention- The rames of Messrs Wm Chan cellor and Taylor Stevens were then presented for Constable Mr Chan cellor received the nomination by a e 6 E Everybodys Store WAS never better prepared to supply your needs at n normal cost than now Additions of now goods to every department to meet the demands of the season at a range of price to suit any custom er All kinds of country produce taken in ox change for goods Ii Oiask rasa Seeds Our Wash Dress Goods fabrics arc too numerous ato mention But a look through this line is sure to prove satisfactory to yourself as well as tho firm s lid t SS 00 Sa- I r Iiidia Linens in all grades from Ccs to 2oe 1 Dimities in the neat and tasty oflccts at a vane ty of prices Nainsooks in small and largo checks 00 Oo u e Ca Yopart y uptodatttof good easy ones for old as well as young and midi dieaged 11eIn order to complete the summer wardrobe it is tnecessary that you top off with a nice stylish lint And with this wo are well prepared to complete the task for you ouM tWho need Clothing Hats Shoes UndcrwcarShirts Collars Cuffs Ties or Buggies Tir0 are certainly- after your trade and believe wo can justly merit it C1C Sa XT Business in this department still grows This Jtfwcok will bring more now Carpets Oil Cloths 19 Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains Blinds and poles fl T will be now arrivals in this department this week ffZI wear anything you need to eat andcan furnish your house from top to bottom Visit us and you 99 will be convinced of our ability to save you both 19 j time and money f a 99 raea to3L3 aver DELm ICy caa aaaaa Practical Aids for Teachers and pplicantsIIt is a SPECIAL aid to applicants in the matter of Theory subjectinfied is defective in theory of teaching as this is a subject that canujt be learned from a text book A Guide to Study in the Preparation For Teachers Certificate It is not a book prepared by one ignorant of the needs of teachers and applicants but is the result of experience of elev en years in the school work by an exmember of the State Board of Examiners It is not an almanac but a pocket encyclopedia containing exactly the information that both teaherand applicants must have PRICE 100 Three Copies to one Address 225 Cash With Order Books Mailed same day ordeMs Received SEND ALL OUDERS TO JflS H FUQUA JR- Russellvllle Ky L rPlsqj5cyRE OR nattCOUaa tlyreRtrdreana- m Ml DN- Intl N CONSUMPTION jority vote ot the convention There being no further business a motion to adjourn was made and the convention adjourned in due form The Younger Brothers have been pardoned after serving 25 yore In the Stillwater penitentiary for participat ing in the Noithfield Bank robbery and murder Quarterly Report of the Beauer Dam Deposit Bank At the Close of Business June 29 1901- RESOURCES If e Notes and Bills Iozn 51157 Overdrafts secured 103431 I unsecured 763 54 Due from Banks 44SM 83 Banking bouseand lot 150000 Stocks and Bonds 1200000 Cash In safe 7 84662 Furniture and fixtures Soo co Total 170811 27 LIABILITIES Capital stock S 2500000 Surplus 0 500000 Undivided profits 6811 46 Deposits 13274981 Unpaid dividends 1 25000 TOal 170811 27 JKO H BARNES Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by John H Barnes Cashier this July 3 1901 W II AUSTIN Chmn Board Tiiu tees Wflat among numan ills are more annoying than piles The nfHctlons that prevent active exercise are bad enough but ore that makes even rest miserable is Worse Women are among Its greatest martyrs Tablets Buck eye Pile Ointment will cure tbe most obstinate cases Price So cts In bottles tubes 75CJ H Williams NneeeaWartle Knowing 4lTennnuccru In the South prore HnghM Tonic a great remedy for Chill and all Malarial Fever Iletter than Calomel and Quinine Con lain no Anneale Iiaraateedtnr It At Drug Hint Mo and f100 bottle JItrt u Itl r nteeGI900- II aary yearlyid Women ol rood addreu to represent travel appointing agents other for rIrollooking after oar Interest 9000 salary guaranteed yearly eltra eommluloDf andeapenwrapid advanwraeat old eatablUa d bouw Urand rhance fur 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to old and young will appear In Hu excellent weekly make up AXTIfUNJrninItaIIniits antL tsL1l3ltlu Luvrll hy MLtrli I hol1Ison to begin bo rend with ab orlilng Interest throughout the wholelouth This Is your opncrlunlty nril only 60 cents for a full year of H Think oUt CO cent Bubpcrlptloii price la only fifty ccntH u year No agents commltfeluu Tho paper id Its own best oiler and argnujent to tItsu4ecrlber One iuiple colY free tll TOil yt Ij ilsighhorn rlioso luinu nnJ nddrcsiesyoti SMIJ on a 10 I till card you le1lllJt once A club of live ut CO coats I each uccoinimnlflliy tho full amount i50 net to r the sender to Thw Sunny Boulhrv whole year free UCIIUII41 i The Sunny your old friend In n new I ways Improving every Issue to excel the lait out The UculhM literary pai er b here nt lat Older It today The SIUIII South ill conihlnntlon with tho greatost or Southern Weekly WSIJJmSlhc Atlanta nilIConstitution both for only IJf nytar I tern It that niu to The Sunny Smith nnd get theuo two urcut mpern OliO Literary the other News i Adil revs all IcttuM anti remittance to THE SU20JY SOUTH ATLANTA CA I rAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 2500000 RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS 1 1 T I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 12 CALLS FOR CONVENTIONS To cNominate Candidates for Magistrates and Constables- In the Various Districts oftheCountyIIA- RTPOflD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Hartford Magister ial District held at Beaver Dam Ohio county Kentucky on June 8 1901 a majority ol said committee being present the committee was called to order by the chairman and the following resolutions were adopted Resolved ist That a mass con ventioi be held in the Hartford Mag isterial District at Beaver Dam Ohio county Ky on Satutday July 20 1901 at 2 p m for the purdose of nominating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1931 for the office of 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 Vai BROWN Chmn- R C JARNACIN Secy CROMWELL MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Committee met by call of C E Raley Chairman of District No2 at Roiine June the 8th 1901 for the purpose of calling precinct conven tions to elect delegates to the district convention lor the purpose of nomi nating candidates lor Magistrate and ConstableWe committee direct that there be 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 fraction over twelve cast for Wm McKinley in November 1900 Said delegates are to meet at Rosine July the 1 6th at 2 p m said delegates are to cast their votes as instructed by their convention Delegated votes by precincts Cromwell 8 Select 5 Horse Branch 7i Roslne 9 CERALKY Chmn W P MILLER Secy ROCKPORT MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee ol the Rok ort Magister ial District held at the residence of W H Wilcox Ohio county Ky on June 10 1901 A majority ot saul commit tee being present the committee wa called to order by the chairman and the foVowlng resolutions were adopt ed Resolved 1st That a mass convention be held in the Rockport Mag isterial District at Rockport Ohio county Ry on Saturday July 20 1901 at 2 p m in lIeral Hall for the purpose of nominating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1901 lor the offices of Justice ot the Peace and Constable ot said district 2nd That the candidates receiving a mrj jrity of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re r publican nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot for the respective office WM HAMILTON- W II Vcox Com G M MADDOX J FORDSVILLE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Fordsvllle Magister ial District held In Cordsvllle Ohio county Ky Saturday June 8 1901 a majority ol 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 Reioved sat That a mass convention be held at Fordsville Ohio county Ky on Saturday July 20 1901 at i oclock p m for the purpose ol nominating candidates to be voted at the next regular election for the offices of Magistrate and Con I stable of said district 2nd That the men receiving a ma jority ol the votes cast in said conven tion shall be declared toe Republican nominees and have their name enter ed on the official ballot for the respec tive offices JACOB CHANCELLOR Chmn S C MHLKR Secy DUFORD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting ol the Republlcar Committee of the Buford Magisterial District at Beda Ky 0 I the 8th ot June 1901 n majority of said committee being present the committee was called to order by the chairman and the following tefoUUIous drafted and adoptetliResolved let That a tnisj eoiven tion be held at Beda Ky in the flu ford Magisterial District 01 Saturday July 13 at 2 oclock p ml 1501 for the purpose ol nominating candidates to be voted lor at the next regular election for the offices of Magistrate and Constable in said district 2nd That the candidates receiving a mi jirity of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re publican t oulnees lor Magistrate and Constable and shall have their names 011licesL P BENNETT Secy i SUUIIUR SlRIKOJ MAGUTKRIAL DISTRICT j At a meeting of the Republican Committee ol the Sulphur Springs T J 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 ofJuly 1901 for the purpose of nominating candidates for Magis trate and Constable to be voted for at the next reguar election All Republicans are requested to attend the convention The candidates receiving the highest number of votes will be declared the nominees of the Re publican patty and entitled to have their names entered on the official ballot J B WALLACE Chmn When it comes to walling and la- mentatiOns Bryan could give the Prophet Jeremiah cards and spades Jersy City Journal p p Cure for Cholera Infantum Novor Known to Fall During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering Irom Cko era infantum The doctors had 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 good if used according to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered The child Is now vigor ous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to lall1Irs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Warden Eph Lillard does not seem to think a life sentence Is enough pun- Ishment for Henry Yontsey and has put him to shoveling coal in the pent tentiary furnaces He either takes this view of the case else wants to shorten Yontseya life Richmond Pantagraph CASTOnXA1erI the Tl Kind You HaiiMnjj BrogM Signature 111cf Oil of menthol In a bunch of rags or cotton placed in rat holes it is said will drive them away A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under The Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases inhalers and drugs In paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same mem branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old andexperienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment ot Catarrh has atilast perfected a treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent ly cures Catarrh by removing the cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the tfflicted parts This wonderful remedy is known as Snufflts the Guaianteed Catarrh Cure and Is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to Its perfect use Snuffles is the only perfect Cure ever made and is now recognized as the only sale and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all ioflamation quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffles wil save you II you nse it at once It Is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postively guaran teed to cure Catarrh In any firm or stage if used according to the direc tions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snnfflrs the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Phlladelpuia Healthy Mothers Few mothers ut healthy becaiiit their duties art to exacting anxiety of pregnancy the shock of childbirth an cart of young children art severe trials on any woman But with Wine of Cardul within her grasp every mother tvery woman In can pay the debt of personal health she her loved ones Do ou want robust health with all Its privileges and plwurcst Wine will give It to you lIDfCARDUI ttrtngthtnjthe female organs and Invlg orates functions For every female III or weakness It li the best medicine made Ask your druajlit for 100 bottle Wine of and take no substltutt under any circumstances Mn ohM Cnu Goner Midu Then I- cemini Wim d Cuil waa hanilr able towjlkKrealhibouu TwowetlaafkrlwjlkcJ bill a mll and picked itmbtrria When guy ocher cblU w born hulluc4 with liter pain 24 Loan an hlto raiM him on a tcdle twauM 1 hJDO milk AherutiaftlM VIM during fvtcnaacT hit dme I YbitItotmcoth to a bo CiI00f WM In libor oolr two bourt riOi but liult palo real I hIT pIeey miDr For 1bI lmpasg- ugut in nybcaith IthankOod J WIM 01 CorduL For adfttt In cim rejlrln nxeul irwloM WJt inoi Iomo yDrIII eoIq Another DIg Show For Louisville The Louisville Interstate Fair which is to be held In Louisville September 23d to October sth next under the auspices of the Louisville Mer chants and Manufacturers Association and the Kentucky Live Slok Breeders Associatoi promises to be Amer icas grandest exhibit of live stock and farm piolucta The Executive Committee have decided that the fair shall take place on Churchill Downs the spacious thotoughly equipped and accessible grounds of the New Louisville Jockey Club where tboas ands attended the successful race season just closed Everything possible will be done for the safety and com lort ol vlstitors experienced fire and police departments will be Installed upoa the grounds affording ample protection tl all persons and property Substations will be established by the express companies will furnish con venient shipping facilities The nom foal admission charges together with very low railroad and steamboat pat senger rates will certainly do much to increase the volume of attendance while the offers of large premiums me cheap shipping rates will draw exhibitors in unprecedentednumbers The cattle show will be particularly fine and extensive and will beheld during the first week ol the fair from September 23d to September 28th Ioth Inclusive under the direction of the Kentucky Live Stock Breedeis Association and during the week there will be mammoth sales ol lite stock including beet aad dairy cattlr horses jicks mules sheep andswine There will be 15000x0 given in cash premiums at this show The fair generally will be a Si mon Pure old fasloned country fair with nptcdate and novel attractions While the exact features can not yet be announced it may be said that among them will probably be speed contests on an illuminated track In cluding bicycle automobile Roman chariot and standing races as well as running trotting and pacing exhibi tions there will be a magnificent Re man Carnival and a large number of thrilling mlcfair acts and attractions of a high order ol merits It having been determined by the promoters to tolerate no immoral or fraudulent ex hibition on the grounds There will be 2 510 to given away in prizes October 4th and 5th in the champion amateur athletes meet in which Americas greatest athletes will compete Transportation will be fur nished qualifying athletes We are assured by the management that no pains or expense will be spared to make this lair one cf the largest and grandest ever attempted in this country To Cur ConstIpslion Forever orsoIIa p- Aint I Im dot a little pimple What drowed upon my nose An mamma says its redder En er lobster er a wose An des because I scratched it Het spanked me till I howld An den I scratched it moan mo An yowldan oxldan yowld- It made me des so awlul mad Tause evrybody knows Im dot er right ter scratch itU- It drowed on my own nose a A very destructive Rreen worm bout one half ol au inch long has put in its appearance It lives on the English elm trees and is quite hurtful It kills the ttees by eating the leaves and boring Into the hark This worm has not been with u 1 ng enough yet lor us to know just how destructives he is But from the amount of eating and boring he doesI he will well sustain the reputation he has made at Frankfort Bardtown I and other places where we learn he has proven himself a sure tree killer eaI trees this worm can in a very short while hunI most tree Ez bethtown News Heartburn When the quantity of food taken tro large or the quality toj rich IsI burn is likely to foroR and especla ly so ii the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and tot 100 freely of easily digested food Masticate the lood thoroughly Let six hours elapses between meals and when 3011 feela fullness and weight in region of the stomach after eating indicating that you have eat en too much take one of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and theheartburn may be avoided For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Had What She Wanted IapaThere therel You neednt kiss me any more Tell me what you want Out with It Daughter I doat want anything I want to give you something Papa You do What Daughter A soniclaw Jack asked me to speak to you about it Philadelphia Press p CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the STJ ASignature of xf7Y7C2 Ut A Sustaining Diet These are the enervating days when ni somebody has said men drop by the sunstroke as if the Dayof Fire had dawned They are fraught with danger to people whose systems are poorly sustained and this leads us to say in the Interest of the less robust of our rtaiers that the full dI fect of Hoods Sarsaparilla is such as to suggest the propriety of calling this medicine something besides a blood purifier and toilcaay a sus taming diet It makes it much easier to bear the heat ssures refreshing sleep and will without any doubt avert much sickness at this time of yearThere p has never been a time in the history of this country when prime purebred cattle were in such high favor as now The inquiry is as broad as the land and bolder for it extends to our neighbors across the border both north and south There have I been temporary spasms in the demand for high class cattle in years past bnt I it was never universal as it is now There were never such good whole I DONT BE FOOLEDI uao UWOR vmROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Mad only by Madison Medl cine MaJIcn IJkupa will oar rutloPluIn bulk Accept no aubitr tate Ask your dnifiUt BAD BLOODCA CARET di Kit claimed for thaI andara airuly underfat medgegn IbaotIeawiibe for medicine etoaunt to ui and at last Slnctaklgtbmmblood prored wonderfully Liii I feel ouch better in every- way K BEUIMS InuroU 4CANDYCATHARTIC THAOI UMH MaialMta I Pletiant Palatable Potent Taste fond no Good sever Sicken Weaker or GrIpe UlcZOGOD CURE CONSTIPATION no ntR 4rr PU7 flies Ists2 5 Trt lit alidnignuno Hughes Chill Tonic 1tEIIz1eBetterthan Calomel QuinIne Contains no Arsenic TUG OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC- A well aa a aunannfor ChILlS end FF VKH8 Malarial Perm Swamp Fever and HU tons Ferere It Never FailsJust what you need nt this Benson Ml LU LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDAIIVE SPLENDID TONIC Onarantrvdby your I rn pIo t lIunt Ibany aubetltnt Try Ittoe and ftOO PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet Co 3U6 lNCOIIOIlATIWI Loulavlllo Ky some reasons behind It We are ten million short in the general cattle supply and ten million ahead In population with n field abroad that is constantly growing The public is willing and better able to pay for bet ter meat why shouldnt it be ptoluc I edDlovers Jourral I I II you want some just as goxl I I make it myself remedy try an Imi tation Rocky Mountain Tea Twill make you sick an1 keep you sick Ask your dugglst m A Carlisle business man estimates that the business Interests of bit city were damaged 25000 by the recent smallpox epidemic there If young tables think sore pimples and red noses look well with a bridal veil and orange Kotsoms its all right Yet Rocky MountaIn Tea would drive them away 350 Ask your druggist su To eradicate worms 1031 the sys tem give the child plain nourishing food and Whites Cream Vermifuge The result will be the worms will dlt appear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 eta J II Williams m At Youngstown Ohio a man ran stark naked into a camp meeting ant an editorial sinner remarks that per haps be had just been born again T When you want a modern upo date physic try Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets They an easy to take and pleasant In eRect Price 25 cents Simples free at Z Wayre Griffins drug store m PuinriMi Splits Best r ached bv the llANOI ENTRAL RI Through aerrlc rla uemphl toulerllle On clonati and fleri4auil effectlr on and alter May a and coDltloK o- lSLEEPING CAR WITHOUT CHANGE BimVEEN New Orleans A- NDBuffalo An evening departure from NewjOr leans and a morning arrival at BnOalo DININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARS En route 1Artlculan olaRvntaol Ib IlllnoU Central nnd connecting linee I Wu liraair lilY Iruwr Agent Nor Orleans iso A HCOTT lUrlalon fnur AKTOt McmphU AtlItaaosopa w A KrtuiiiD A a r A I Chicago IouUtllle icOFiEEA LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL All Alike j r LION COFFEE t is always the same I One package is Just like another- ItI is uniform In every respect IT NEVER VARIE8s If you like one package you will like all LION OcJPFEE i LION COFFEE Is not glazed or coated with egg mixtures and chemicals but Is an absolutely pure coffee fullof strength and flavor I 0 In every package of LION COFFEE you will flnd a fully illustrated and descriptive list No housekeeper In happinesscomforttho wrappers of our one pound scaled packages which is tho only form in which this excellent coffee is sold WOOLSON SPICO CO TOLEDO OHIO 1 mRmjJ m ohio County Circuit Contt W T Owen Jade JK hoes Attorney Owrniboro T 11 Illack Jallrri BA Andrrafl Clerk lluwnn holbrook WIr rom DiUloDri 0 II Likens Trustee Jury fund H T tUTtniBlwrlir Hartford Dtpatjr ibfrlffU M locker T II Uonton J I i Taylor W H Tlnal r WCoortconreiiMflralMoiidajlaMarth and Aniroit and continue three weeks and third Uonda In Stay sad NoTrmlwr twa iki County Court J I MUI r Jade i 118111 andCkrkj M L Hmirtn Attorney hartford 4lCourt conrtnn Stat Monday In taeh month Quarterly Court Utxlna on the third Monday la April July October and January Court ot daliua ConnnM Bnt Monday in Jan naryTnnday alter aerond Monday In October Other OtSrerN Motley Uurreyor 8hr ie a D Iloyal Aiaeaeor ForJfllU ron liojrera Rrhool HuperlnUndent hartford I W Hunt 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llarttord Ccrt Oeelotto A O V W meet eecuail and fourth Wedaea day Rlxhta Knights ol Kqulty mreUarcond aid forth Sat urday nIgh- tKightaof HonummU Real sad third Hatur Jay nights MarttirJ Ixxlire No tn r4 AMSSOISTI- Monday ntjrht In each month nooxh Illrtr IxidgeNo lloKnljhUol Pylhla meelaerery Tuesday alubt- ITealon Morton lOot No 4 0 A abold mr nlar meeUnm Saturday before Bnt Handay la each mouth All member pf the ree loecCoIOll lceaartaTlted attend nil meeting Through Sleeping Car Sor vice Louisvlllo to Jaoksbnvillo VIA SOUTHERNRAILWAYLeave dallyArriveArrive Atlanta 1015 p m daily Arrive Jacksonville 830 a m daily Squally as good schedule returning Alto train leaving Louisville 745 p m has through connection and sleeping car service arriving at Jackson ville 1000 p m next evening Southern Railway in connection with the Queen Cresent Rwrt U the only line with 24 Hour Schndulo Botwe n- Louiavlllo and Jack sonvillo Superior connections sfjicksonvllle for all points in South Florida Winter tourists tickets now on sale to principal lesorts of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico via Southern Rail wayInformation 330 Fourth Ave Louis yule A Wh don Passenger Agent W A TURK Gen Pus Agent Washington D C WM II TAYLOR A G P A Louisville Ky NEW THROUGH LINEr tlTWtCM tYAHWUl ANDI a CHICAGOi A sew through car line baa been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Kvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly IJ1cservicesNORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 73opm 730 D- Ar Chicago yjoonm 700pm SOUTH BdUND nunLvCblcsgoAr Evansville 8osam 550 pm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets of you local ticket agent iSservakUiitern IA dIr rasseb alit FisteSadpoctts MAO a- aI Ips leeil7prIeitlys vgeSbleUcaIfr4 IwpooloI at Itft- iMi al Iai Iwelhlnl f all impious remc Itsl n COW PEAS 2iSOJA BEANare two of the 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