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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i TRE lIdTFORJ REPUBLICAN FlneJobWockaSpeciaIty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF ulrnir XTtiFOUKTB 11 COHBBESSIONAt OI5IS1I Subscription 1 a year t I VOL XIII HARTFORD KY RIPAY JULY 19 1901 No 52 n I 1tMi i g ccleJfJI ThereIjnItctlqg of many a bliIJiopewill nercr marry and tuffer U I have In nineyetgbt ca3ca In hun dud there s noticed for this IUf DoctorPiercej Prescription cure 41eatei whlcj MUM wifely misery II eutehliogdrains flammatum and nlcention and cures feinals ngorate the organurn andglvetstrength to give LXIun- Do ur not allow an l1ous dealer tgaell you totnethlog in of Fa Write Prescription claimed to e jug goodforw t am JO ptisi4with yonr Infraction I- psrqkowIthat you Iorvosr JOtItnt wieuts to u world bop1all uIfpt- nwgu will know and be healed IiuflmdM Hwh with rreat palo Im beck and the ofthsrastIhststtImeiIccul4aftd cMM hardly art In the moraine butl alter urinr bottle or Payout rmcrlp tIoInd two ylala of Dr Here rst Itta I feel Ilk a new woman Ikktt lP1E1DWai1IOIYll1Ia M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY WlllprwtlchU prafmlaa In U tb tortII of odoirtufAppeilmSpictat ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will pratttohl proftoir U Ml the enueteot- Ohio iIIj ul Appeal Prompt and irlvii all h lae emtriited to him omce over 01110 Cou7 Hank JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY HpttUlktUntlon trn to rollcrtloni mating aUtiwti A ftlio rnblk fur Ohio count tl omen nortktU public I4nar lCE SMITH AT LAW IIAKrruKD KT Will til rurIoll In all tllo enact of j tioandadjoIaimgeouatkaIldCouItOfAPPeaIL HpRlal attention alien to nil bloot4 to omrInCoAtlothvikeolrthoua h F L FELIX I ATTORNEY AT LAW hARTfORD KY Will prattle la tba court of Thin musty nil COirt of Prompt attention given to all bnilM tatnuted to him care Uffln U Herald balling yEDAVIDSON Attorney at Law I HARTFORD KY practice hi profcMlon In Ohio and adjoin CWIII f4peeIalattnllofl alrta to all buU MM to bin ear SPROBY- 4TTORWEY47 LAW remtMViiiE UENTCOUT VruiprJUtlMkltprobiwloa In all thi court of L Ohio and aadOourtot Appeal Special attention gifto to collection 4 30HNPMORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW 1IABTFOHI KT f lat attention given to an bulaeu trnt 4toldaears Offlc In courthoo IJ 0M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW ItHARTFORD KY In alt tbeconriof I Ohio and adjoining conntle SieeialttentIon- will be given to all trsto his can Collections a ipeclalty E P NEAL I Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will profmlon nil tbe courts ol Kentscbl rSpVSal attention to collections cttlement ol ler denf Mtate road cane aad rrtaiaal practlc omccptalraortmnblock iVEDDINGIHARTFORD KY L Will bin profaiou In all the court of T Ohio and adjoining counties and the Conrt of Ap gten to all bonineas to him Uffle In KtrunLiciii bnlldtngi ffDINtoR B WEDDING at Law HARTTonn KT i Will h III proleaSlnn In theconrtof Ohio and aiflotnlna counties Kotarjr Jnbllc Southern 4RailwaY1ThrOUgh El lit Bet Southern States KENTUOkYTKNNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GM and MISSISSIPPI I lp I 4UMlM Three natlTTala Bet ween Ionia i7ellIs IJIIIWD j QtearvntlonCbalellnN lon DIll ant T I Street tJuloD IJepdtrofeItIrt with traloC of the 11111915 Central IlaUzradfl H lIt L II 8 4 Forlnlorn tlqn dareM A wnaooittTAIII4th Ave IxinUTllle WU liTtCo Assistant 01 A loaylllt C IJWiJl Tnl uCt Iv Jalllgtaa- yi ATIS 0 I I L 1 I BECKPM8 CONDUCT In Exercising Executive Clem ency Vicious and In tensely Partizan Knott and Brcckinridge on the Little Boys Course The Evening Pot believed last fall and we believe now that the position Kir Beckbam took in order to embar rasa Mr Yerkes declaring he would pardon no one convicted bya legal jury was untenable and lit appears that Mr Beckham baa himself aban doned it la thrf Pike county ptrfona pie Goyejnpr putattheae rsaaona on TtCoru After a careful and pttlent exami nation oi the record and papers in these cases I atn convlned that these men are entirely Innocent ol the charges against them and that their action in the affair was one ol selfde tense The trouble was an unfortu mete one aililng out of tolitlcal dil fetences and there is no doubt In my mind but that if the political ieaturea of this case were reversed and these delerdanta had belonged to the doml nent element In Pike county they would have been dismissed on exam Icing trial never indicted at all and would have been the q jtct of special admiration of their partisan support era The record in this matter dig cloa s aa clear a case ot selldelense as waa ever presented to me and these defendants simply protected themselves menially against the assaults of a lot of bullies who had previously uttered their threats to overcome them or die In the attempt The dtfendaut Keene Devlns fir ed no shot until he was shot himself I in the body and fatallyaa be thought end his aged and grayhaired father hall been struck on the bead and cov ered with blood by one ol these as tailaata lie IallO chargedwIth killing one Andy Justice in the nflray who was one of his friends but the affidavit of the foreman ol the grand jury at the April term and the evi deuce in the case show conclusively I that Andy Justice was killed by one ol the attacking partywhose political I affiliations seem to have secured them immunity from indictment The af fidavit ol the foreman gives strong evidence ofa political prejudice again these defendants and the termination upon the part of their prosecutors to wreck vengeance upon them through the instrumentality of the conit Jus Lice seems to have been denied them ball was refused them lor a long while and their only remedy is through executive clemency While ofitsell It Isno excuse for them it Is nevertheless a singular fact that no Indictment whatever waa found against the attacking party In reference to the grand jury of the January term of this court which indicted the defendants I quote from a letter of one of the officials of Pike couny who says It was ao arrang ed that every member of the grand jury was a Republican and one of said number was the fatherinlaw of said deceased Dick EpJustlce itA large number of the very best citizens in Pike county by their letters on file in this case and In many Instances by personal statements to me show undoubtedly that these men have been grievously wronged that justice bssbeen denied themthat Keene Bevlns should have been ac quitted and that these other defend ants could not ecure a fair Impartial trial under the conditions Hat now exist there No one could read the record in this case without coming to conclusion that these men simply did what any other man has a right to do in the defence of his life and lawful rights Their character as lawabld fog peaceful citizens Is vouched fo by a large numbet of the best people in that section Believing therefore that they are innocent of any crime In the matter and that they have not re celvedjustlce I grant a pardon to Keene Bevins who has already been convicted for seven years in the pent tentiary and to the other defendants because he being guiltless they are too J c W BECKIIAM a U4iyeroI t111 J89In this case and in the Alvey case we think the Governors reasOns cary him to an extreme in the opposite dl rection from the position taken In his campaign He hears one side and on this evidence he determines the whole matter In this case as In the Jefferson county gambling case the action of the Governor is an Indictment of the conrt Col Brecklnrldge ia a lawyer of wide experience aa well as an able editor and we adopt his words aa our own on this feature of these cates The substance of what the Governor alleges is that the evidence of partisan passion in the trial Is suffi dent not only to justify but to demand the exercise of executive clemency We are not prepared to deny the justice of this conclusion We believe that every citizen Is entitled to a fair and Impartial trial In a court in which justice reigns and the law rules We believe there Is no crime in the whole catalogue ot crimes more heinous more dangerous than the prostitution of the coutts of JUt tice to partisan hate and the punish ment of Innocent persons by that prostitution of the courts of justice Courts are the protection of the weak They are the barrier against the out rages of the strong Upright and fearless com Is can preserve the rights and liberties of the citizen against any temporary encroachment and usur pation will be only temporary II our courts are upright courageous and impartial The Herald has stood in season and out of season during these unhappy years for Just copies for im partial tribunals and for the honest administration of the law and it atands ao today whether the conit be Republican or Democratic whether the accused be Democratic of Repub lican It protests against and denoun ces any partisan action ol a Republican grand jury petit jury or judge with equal earnestness as It has pro tested against and denounced the ac tion of Democratic tribunals For years it has been said that the grand juries of Franklin county were composed always of at least nine Dem ocrats that these grand jurors were so selected as to put themselves en tirely under the control of the Prosecuting Attorney And it will be reo tnembered that In the celebrated case where Messrs Hallam and Hardln were fined by the Judge ol the Frank lin Circuit Court for contempt the In dlctment found by the grabd jury against John Whallen was set aside because of the peculiar and censurable mode In which that grand jury was selected and Impaneled In the trials of Powers Howard and Youtsey the petit juries were selected by Democratic sheriffs and at one time in one precinct several scores of venlremen were selected everyne ot wjjowaa a Democrat but on and he selected by mistake because his name waa precisely the same as that offals Dem ocratic neighbor and the juries which convicted these men were understood to be partisan juries In those cssni tire present Governor openly proclaim ed from one end of Kentucky to the other that in no event would he par don We fall to distinguish any dlsi Unction between tboie cases end what the Governor alleges to be tite acts concerning the persons toiwbonv he has extended his clemency In his inaugural address Mr Jeffer son stated as one ot the principles tt sentlal to the perpetuation of Iree in j atitutions trial by juries impartially selected Because the Evening Post- andoutJhailit season of season held up this declaration before the people ol Kentucky we have been denounced as an assassination ogan We rent firm it and repeat it and will not abandon it because Gov Beckham suppports it It Is far better that haifa drzen guilty men escape than that one Innocent man remain fur months or ytars in priton the victim ofdiQerent course convicted by par tisanjuries Louisville Post IMOM A Hllleh In Time Save nine IlDbe loute Itplaoant ta ken In earl spring and Fall pnrent ChUm I DeuKu and Malarial FTen Aeti on liver tone lirtler than Comei InWjoArsenic try It AtUnf pia HX sad f100 boW Tho Cumberland Tolophono Telegraph CatI- NCORlORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Minsinslppl ld connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points In thirty five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as possible service to parties living In the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchangeR other information may be obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky C S McCuttoccn Manager We can start a young man or lady in the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap Call and get our scholarship and go to school 0 To eradicate worms fiom the sys teD give the child plain nourishing food and Whites Cream Vermifuge The result will be the worms will dis appear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts J II Williams m We believe that Mr frllllan J Bry an Is just now like the Innocents Abroad who called on the Cur an American citizen traveling purely for pleasure and was at the PanAmeri can as a visitor rather than as ah exhibit But the dispatches sent out by the press correspondents at the big fair were of a nature to produce the exactly contrary ImpresslonRoch- ester Democrat and Chronicle Se When you want a modern upto date physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffins drug store m The Democratic politicians are so fully occupied in making bad predic tions that they have no time to ex plain why their predlctons never come true Popular BlnS Mo Republican DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps I Hay BiiloTuS Coilwire Grate Bars Pipo Fittings Engine and Boilor Trimmings etc a1- Coll on IriI MoHenry Mfg AMach Con I T r f McHonryK l J 0 Lr 4 o rnAT IT WOULD COST Danger to Business Interests In r volved fa a Reopening of 1Tariff Agitation I Tbose sanguine Democrats who see AntiTrust bill and t4inngup reciprocity treaties a c to reopen the Tariff question ntif plunge the ration into another controversy are reckoning without on r Important factor In the situation Ttat is the great solid business in terrttaol the United States Those Interests know well from their oee- xpcrleucebetween 1884 and 1896 that nothing olts like a nightmare on jqtU M stiflingDew enterprises and paralyzing all calculations ai an agi tation for Tariff reform IIOur mer cants and manufacturers had a dozen yeajs of this They have an acute memory of it they do not like it It culminated in the disastrous Gormtn Wilson act a hodgepodge so grotesque that the very President who was responsible for it refused to sign lt This GormanWilson act was one of the causes which produced the hard times of 189497 In the opinion of so conservative a stateman as the senior Senator of Massachusetts this Tariff agitation and the stupid and vicious legislation in which it resulted cot the American people more than the lour years ot the great Civil War Now there are no business men in this county who wish to repeat that experience of 189497 It makes no matter whether they are Republicans Democrats Mugwumps or Populists they ae all alike In this thafthey do not want the Tariff fight reopened So far as customs duties are con cerned they are satisfied to leave things as they shall be left as they are or they will know the rearon The great dry goods house which is now selling 30 or 40 per cent more goods than it was selling in 1894 1895 or 1896 does not want its bust ness carefully adjusted to present conditions harassed and upsent by a new threat oi Tariffsmashing even if the threat is never carrledout The factory which is employing a thous and hands where six years ago it employed five hundred and is paying them lull wages and working them every day wOnld rather face an earth qnake0ra cyclone than another visi tation ot GormanWilsonlsm The industrial classes of this country that are Its real rulers will rise as one man to smite the organs or the politicians or the party that would unseal the Pandoras box of another Tariff war If the Democracy misled by mad leaders at temps this it will be burled uioredeeply than it was when it at tempted to smash the gold standard and set up Its silver idols Those party newspapers that are crying out agalnt the Tariff do not know what they are doing They are virtually trying to cut off the business of every merchant who advertises in their contains and to rob their readers oi the earnings of their dally toll There can no longer be any conjee THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves NO Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Pod tive Cure for the Uquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drnnkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use of intoxicating liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradlcat lug this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants Sufferers may DOW cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of closet atady and treatment of Inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our rebords show the marvelon transformation ol thousands of Drunk upIIgbtWlvel cure your husbands II Children cUte your fathers I This rem edy In ih no ense A nostrum but is i Fpecificfor this disease only end II so devised end prepared that it Us thoroughly potable nn pleasant to the tnkte io that it can N given lnfi cup of tea or crftYe wl h out theknowledge of the person tak lug it Thousands drunkirds have cure themselves with this pilcelttx remedy and as many mure have been cured and made temperate men bj having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives wlthtul their knowledge in coflee nr tea nnd believe today that discontinued drinking ofthelr own tree will Do not wait Do not be deluded by up parent and leading Improvement Drive out the disease at once ned Inc all time The The Home Gold Cure Is sold at the extremely low of One Dollar thus piecing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost lug 26 to 50 Full directions BC company sach Special ad liceby skilled physicians when te Uhout extra charge Sent prepaid toany part of the worldon receipt olone dollar Address Dept I J3 Giles Company 3339 and 9332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid ertisl O ture or dispute as to the consequences ol Tariff agitation We have tried it we know what are the sure results Any renewal of this agitation now Is all the more criminal because there Is not even the pretext ol redundant rev enues On the first of this month a revenuereducing act went Into opera tlon and if alter that there is still B surplus ol receipts the thing to do Is to repeal still more ol the war taxa tion on domestic Industrynot the customs duties on foreign merchan disc In resisting the men who would in volve tne country in another Tariff conflict the Republican patty will toserlvatlveare alrtady pretty solidly on the silk of the Republican party The anti gold agitation has brought theta into line But if this Is followed by an antI Tariff agitation the only result will be still moreto compact and weld the conservative forces of the country together and to make the Republican party more than ever Impregnable Boston Journal Hoartburn When the quantity of food taken is tro large or the quality toi rich heart burn is likely to follow and especla ly so 11 the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and cot too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse between meats and when you feel a 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 the heartburn may be avoided For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro oas icB- KII E1X theliiKind Yn Hams Aiwsys ovij- Blgutan 1pIt ONE GERMAN INDUSTRY Languishing Because of the Pro tected American Market One of the Consular reports recent Iy issued by the State Department contains a statement concerning the decline In the woolen industry of Germany Until 1930 it Is said pros- pero s conditions prevailed in this in dustry but early in the year there was a falling off in the value of wool and wolen yarns ol from 50 to 60 per cent Last year twothtrds of the Icoms were idle and there is at present no prospect of improvement Of the many manufacturers formerly en gaged in the dress goods trade with the United States only seven or eight are kit It is said and these ship less each season It Is important to note the depres sion In this German industry Is at tributed largely to the loss of the val uable United States market and sev era of the manufacturers have estab lished branch factories in this coun try In the hope ol regaining some ol their trade They are said to be meet- Ing with success their goods which ate now manufactured in the United States largely by American workmen finding a ready sale Of course the philanthropic Vice Trades who desire that our Tariff wall shall be broken down will regret that the German wcolen industry should have suffered because our markets were preserved for home products by the Tariff Under the theory It would berlght to takethe Tariff from woolens in order that the German work men engaged In that industry might not be thtown Into idleness and when the fight against Protection is precip itated in Congress next winter that will probably be the burden ol their cryIt Is to be regretted that German in dustries softer because ol our Tariff laws but who will say that Aroelcans ahould be sorry to see our own Indus tries built up at the expense of those of foreign countries Let the mans apply the FreeTrade GcrI If it does not pay to spin woolen yarns ind manufacture wrolen cloth in that country the industry should be aban oned Cleveland Leder Miny thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the use 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 Cases that seemed hopeless that cli mate ol famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by Its use Bear in mind that every bottle is warranted and lilt does not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro OAsorOE1XA mI Berstt ltsKhd1ovHeaAJwitbt Blguw p t- Dt I Mr Bryans little joke about Semis tor Hnnna Is one ot the pUasantest things that has come from the Ne braska orator lately Pittsburg Dlr patch 1- f WISE RECOMMENDATION IA j to Reduce to a Minimum the I Annoyances of the Per sonal Baggage Law I Appraiser Wakeman ol New York who has done such good work In checking undervaluation frauds in that city had made a suggestion in connection with the examination of personal baggage at the New York Custom House which the Treasury Department would do well to adopt in some form The greatest trouble con cerning the examination oi baggage at the custom houses is the ignorance of our customs laws on the part of tourists They are not aware when they go abroad ol the restrictions placed upon their purchases abroad to bring them in tree oi duty and they never become as a rule acquainted with the requirements of the law un til their baggage is subjected to in spection Then they learn for the first time in many cases that they have purchased u good many things that are dutiable and there is accord bigly great Indignation Appraiser Wakeman suggested to Secretary Gage that a circular describ ing fully the provisions of the person al baggage law be Issued for the ic abroadIlludby a blank declaration such as the passenger will be asked ti sign upon his return to this country and that steps be taken to have these circulars distributed to passengers on steam ships both going to Europe and com- Ing from there This wouldenable persons going abroad to know exactly what the law Is and what will be required of them on their return and would save a great deal of trouble and I irritation now created as a result ot jManytheir baggage or hide in the bottom purI place such articles together in the top of their trunks the customs officials could examine them without going throughevery part of a trunk Very few passengers facilitate the work of the customs officials On the con trary the great majority retard that necessary work and take particular pains in many cases to do so It is very probable that It the passengers were furnished with the information as suggested by Appraiser Wakeman there would be less friction at the custom houses in connection with this matter and a disappearance of many 101 the complaints now made on the part of passengers Ignorant oi the law and of the duties custom house offi cials are required to performPhll adelphia Press es The Bout Remedy for Stomach and Bowel TroublesI I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have soldmost all of the proprietary medicines oi any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wake field of Columbus Ga This reme dy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus in my family and I have recommended and sold hundreds of bottles ot it to my customers to their en tire satisfaction It fiords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No family should be without It J keep I it In my house at all times For sale by Z Wayne Griffin bro m p OA ZORXABean tho lbs Kind Yea Kin AtnjsBfiiEbt Biguton 1Ipcf It Is now Mr Bryans turn to do tie sacrificial act by stepping asides that some man might be named who would satisfy and solidify the whole party Philadelphia Record I DR HARTMANS ADVICE Is Sought by Female Suffolk era From Ocean to Ocean MraF W Gonldor 1SOO Fourth aye one Rock lalafld Illlnoli trrlteaj countlena despair heartily W5 fllcted five six years oatarrhaldlmcal andwag worse alt the time I began yoaiPeranawlih rnatked 4m provemen from th first Inde pendent of curing the his greatly Improved my general health 4 liE ye r bottle of runs ii worthltilg gold I espec ItIwho hare been Invalids for many years suffering female derangements What a bon to such women Is Dr Huffman free advice So ttmoag has his nklll made him that hardly II hamlet or town In the country but hk name He cUres tens ol eveItrouI IThe medicines he prescribe can ba at any drug store and the coat within the reach of any woman He describe minutely and carefully what she shall do and get to make a healthyrobuit woman of heraelf Addret Dr Hartatan Columbus Ohio for a free copy ot uUa14 Beauty II THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltionA1 most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly Tb Presidential campaign It over but the world goes on lot the name and It b rail of new To learn thin news oit u to promptly and tmpartlIljraU that jon hay to do U to took In the columns of The ThrtcMWetk gdUlgnot the New York World come to tile nub scriber 1M time ayear Tb ThricMVTNk World diligence M a pub ot Seat news ha given It circulation whet ever the Eigllik language U ipoken andjroa want It Th ThrieeaWrek World regular loUcrip tlon price in only 100 peryenr We offer till unequaled newspaper fend TBC RirtnucAX to gather on year lot 1M papeeFII OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood your body puses through your kidneys once every three The kidneys are your 4 blood purifiers they 111 t II ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood lltheyareckorout d order they fall do 1 their work I Pains aches and rheu- matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the neglectedkidney I unteadheartthey had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned through veins and arteries It used be considered that only urinary kidneysbut beginInlnfby first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands Its wonderful cures the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its meri by all druggists cent and onedollar tsllilljes You may have sample bottle by nont tm free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton NY pK NervousWeak MenTbouiandsotyourand mlddleaftd Inca tea t to a prematdre grave ttlrouFb CAll Y INI1tCIZCTION CXCC 8EttAND It PII have linT of the following symptoms conault us before It Ia toolate Artyonierroaiand weak and gloomy specka before the- eI ei with dark circle nnder them weaU back kldne1lrrltable of the heart baahful dream and loueedlment In ott the faceinkeeyes hollow cheek careworn expression roo memory ud atrength tired momlnirre tleu niglita changeable moods weak manhood atunted organiprematuro decay bone paine l1aIr lOose note etc1 Our New Method Trctmzczt VUI cure 10lIo MENS LIFE BLOODNothing can be wore demoralizing to roanjrand mlildleasred men than emluloni at night or eeent drain through the urine unlit a man for butlne married 111 ar aocbl Nomatterwhethercanned b Oylt hablta In yoth- mlnral weakneHor axitatMccsnnnrN vr Method TruatmeatwIUpc tlTCly cure you CURES OUARANTClW NO CURe NO PAY ftfo Names Used Without Written Consent W Stair of Lima 0 ayamIwaa one of the TlcUrai of early at IS years of arc The drama on mr ytem were weakening- my brain as well as my texnat and nervous ya tern For ten years I tried acorn of doctors electric belli and mtent medicine 111 bel ne none cured IwaaglTln npIn la fact contemplating inlcUe when a friend ad WIned me an a last resort to give the New Method Treatment of Dra K a K a fair trial Without confidence I contented and In jj three month I wan A man I was cured eaTen year airo am married and recommend Do K ft Itto 07 ailictcd fellow men A L U for or with that Peruna 7 P ially to me with knows fa Just li whirl lisher In minutes of to blood to of In 8c Annually SiLOOD lfcieu A cured u n JWT7 treat and cure Varlcocele Emlulon Nerrons Debility Seminal Weakneu flladdcqDineaacsand m- A3XO R NAMES TJSED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE Na IJ medicine lent C O D No names on boxea or envelopes Ererjlhlng confidential Queitton list and cost of treatment SItES Drs Kennedy W 2 Kerp 628 WALNUT CINCINNATI STREET OHIO I t jiIIJ 1 j 00jiIIt LJI HoiL Alfred Taylor Te n sOrat Humorist and Lecttfef Will Address the Ohio County Teachers w Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 19 LOS HUUEItN ldllor t === =I- nQ tCb RunZcu-mbdA2i Iltad dart 0d the 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Mnirtlri1 In tin luntiirlll otrIelIIt niihjnt u iltv wtlim f the IIeIdmMH tNtly W An MHtlmrlftil tn HiiUiuiira N c 1rlllitA- uNMndWetefor Mmriitriiti In tin 1unkvlU Mnlrtlirlnl UtotrlrtmiliHt to U1 mIKHiiil tin 11ttlnXTIi IUKTHHT 1v H t HtttKiirlnil In aanuu- uwIlnlit I IMV erlhnDlutheiIIeNWh NO POLITICS IN IT Tho declaration ol principles adopt ed liy the Ohio county Democracy on the Ith ol March Ims been InrtsMkcn by llioBO candidates who prciiume to bllicliy that platform there is no politics in it Well gentlemen of the hocus locus band if you urmko your iwrty tied the platform ou uh cb you were nomiimtcd would you not be likely to repudiate anyouter proposi limn you have nmdo or tray make Hero is your hopes in had repair the pillows have decayed the doors have deserted their hingre and the whole thing is in tore tiecdof repair and not ono to plant n guy or stake a prop The thing has been attacked Irom every side it has repeatedly caned for help lot relief for mercy and you enlkmly niaiid oil mid ray 1 nint responsible tor you There is no politics in ft Here is tho out line oi your grave dug by yeur own liandc We cnderso the wise cm lervntive and adherence to the peo ples iiikrcflt that have cliaravterir time present State adminintration of Governor Deckliam and those with him who life charged with the admm istralion of Slate nflalrv It is tint ncccesnry that we recount what this declaration represents The facts covered HI this short ecnlenco lire indeed broad and hard oi corn prehension It in certainly difficult to conceive of a set of men going be lore an outraged people asking timer support for ollicc who lirnrenly avow that they deserve to ho disfranchised bcciiso theythe people elected a iiwn CJovcriior ol thin tomnionweiltli who was unable to fill tho dilleront fiinctioiib of government Executive Legislative and Judicial under the Couetitution at the saute time This lilatbrin sjicaks for the Music Hall convention the asscrtioHB of Walter son Woodeou liccklmn and Goebel at Mclienrj the demand for anti fil lug the notices of content time outrages of the legislature in declaring the de foaled elected and elected defcaieJ the dialing of Kentuckys rightful Governor Irom Ins hind earned posi ion ar Governor charging him with awatwinatinn and calling lor a rope to hang him and damnation to he visit ed upon time entire Republican party the incarceration and cruelmock trial of the persecuted 1nwvr time appro priation ol 8100000 corruption mon ey to linng nod damn the malitia appropriation ol 100000 to be timed in raising a standing army to guard three in ollice who had overthrown I the ballot box find the Constitution and declared themselves outright tor anarchy and revolution the pardon fag of gambler Alvey because the Governor demanded competition in this illegal business Urltfly slated these are a few of the things that J P Miller T J Smith W II Barnes T E Butler M J Cox Ac eland for the prin ciples they would have injected into State politics tho very things they aided and abetted by their votes influence These men clamored fo this doctrine in State matters and on their conduct and triumph they based their patform on the lih of March and now ask the people to turn tho rascals out and let these angelic spirits these political purists set up the same sort of gov ernment hero in Ohio county1or breakfast they havo no politics in it for dinner the tame is rebathcd and for supper its the same old thing warmed over No politics in it boys ITo politics in it Not only do these candidates refuse to talk of their con duct in State matters but they have wo understand put the seal of nothing ou the lips of their heroi- guardian IIUen A G Benton and will not allow him to mention politics As these transient political metioric stars traverse the political ether they sing of their merits as gentlemen What I have done while Judge what I wont do if you elect ml Clerk and so on and for tho chorus they all join in ono hallelujah No politics in it boys concluding their jocularity with tho doxology 1 am a Popul t I ama Democrat I voted against the two weeks pay bill for the miners I am responsible for tho paintings iu tho llccklmm procession while the Judge and the wouldbe Clerk muted each other withwhat I done time other boys tuck uploodcraddle fodilinkcoda and the curtain fell while all shouted No politics in it boys II- n NO POLITICS IN IT BOYS There are good reasons for time wide spread dissatisfaction among the germ tlemen oi the Democratic party Reasonable men desire principles ad hered to by everyone they like con sistency oven in their enemy and most assuredly they want their own household to have tome respect at least for truth anti virtue Loyal and true Dcmotrals believe in Democratic principles they believe that il certain principles were thoroughly tested put into practice it would be to time advancement of the national government This multitude of citizens have a right to their opinion and it should be respected Everyman is duly entitled to his conviction this wo grant to nilwhile there is a class that has no settled convictions no fixed principles but allow the wind to blow them hither and thither liy virtue of a clique the Deny ocratic party nominated a nun for County Judge on the 1th of March last who has belonged to every party iu his time anti who declared on the Kith of last July in conversation in Court Hall that he was a Democrat and on time IJtli of the same months wrote a friend after this style and mannerI for every thing the Populist have advocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomination or office I am a Populist On the lib of March last when he had decided that ho would like to be the Democratic nominee for County Judge over a true and loyal sure enough Democrat In a Democratic convention and because some Dem ocrats said they would vote against ma if I didnt1 priiUed and caused to bo circulated a cardcontaining this sentence Since the adoption of the Chicago Platform by the Democratic National Convention in 1896 and the reaffirmation of this platform by the Democratic par ty in Kentucky I have been and am now a Democrat Wo submit this at present with Lincolns saying A titan that likes this sort of thing this la time sort of thing that ho likes UPON WIIAT GROUNDS Constable tilierill two terms Clerk two terms Representative Doorkeeper TrusUeo Jury Fund Total amout of revenue from public crib 8HOOO This has been the lot ofour present Democratic candidate for County Clerk Upon what ground do you aska third term Mr Smith Justice wouldsay in this case Well Tommy youve been highly favored and grown financially fat at the public crib you may step osulo now nod I will lot lose Hag laud have this term then 111 take up another young titan and encourage the young men of the county Sixty years in ollico ought to be enough for vou Oh hut I havent been iu of lice all my life Well what else have ydu done Conscience speaks voted against time Two Weeks Pay Bill for the laboring men Wo might ujgcat that time painting purporting to represent Gov Taylor shooting Senator Goe belwhat was earned In the Beckham procession be half credited lo him since be had it made and the Judges son carried it andshook it in the bulls face Well arent there some virtues that might bo claimed for the Democratic candidate for Clerk We know of none- SUPPOSED INTERVIEW Hello Daniel old boy como out sir and reveal your knowledge ac quired since last we met on the plains ot public attention Now please con fine yourself to facts and dont go mill Ourrwant Irom you and if you go beyond these bounds you will bo immediately thrown overboard The public mind ii iu no condition to be tampered with just now and you should speak truth fully and frankly and to time point Speak Daniell Sir since called upon to piss judgment on what I should have dune had I peen Governor Taylors oppo neat in the contest for Uovernor of Kentucky will say after a week of studious alld careful investigation my deep sense of honor and high regard for self respect and the regard for the whichchavo mo to ditcaim all intentions ol casting my vote in a Kentucky Legislature to unseat tho rightfully and duly elected and legally qualified Governor Upon my honor I would sever my right arm trom my bOtIero I should allow my political prejudice and envy drive me into a contest for what the people gave another Sir I would under no circum stances father a law or countenance it for a moment that removes every element of chance from an election- I would no more think of accept ing a stolen office than I would going to the moon via San Francisco and the Philippine Islands Under no circumstances could I be induced to indorse the contest and the overthrow of civil liberty and the Constitution Read my Bunker lull addressIt have caused blocd shed to havo accused me of praying to the gods to destroy my successful rivals and damn the opposing party for I seldom prayed andmy prayers were always directed for and in behalf ot mine enemies Dont please dont accuse me of associating with or having any thing to do with A G Benton articles I was always very frank with my ene my andnever went behind his back to stab him Read my reply to Rob ert Young Hayne In the Senate of the United States No I should not have pardoned convicted gambler I never thought they were beneficial to the country and you know I am a powerful fellow for my country Head my John Adams speech- I Lava tried earnestly in this brief space to make myself understood and I shall flatter myself with the consolation that all is now well However remember that if needed lam ready to perform my own approp rate part whenever and wherever tbn occasion may call on me and to take my chance among those upon whom Moses may fall first and tall thickest I shall exert every faculty I possess in aiding to prevent time Con stitution from being overthrown de stroyed or impaired j and even should I see it lall I will still witha voice feeble perhaps but earnest as over issued from human lips and with fi delity and zeal which nothing sball extinguish call on the PEOPLE to coupe to its rescue II Wi understand that Mr Smith time soldier iaboringmans friend Deur ocratic nominee for County Court Clerk is advising his friends to stand to him mid elect him this time that he will be too old for reelection that this will be his last race Ac This is certainly encouragement to gentlemen and they ought tovote for him to get rid ot such an officeseeker but then hell make no more races niter Moses gets through with him But in all seriousness if Mr Smith desires to see the Democratic party prosper why didnt be allow some young man nominated who hadnot spent a life time at the public crib Thero is Billy Ilardwick whom everybody loves and a deserving young man why didnt Mr Smith step aside and give limn an opportunity There is Alvis Ticbcnor a Demo cratic worker active energetic anti deserving why didnt he get Mr Smith nomination And there are a host of other young men in the county tar more deserving than Thomas JelleraonSmitli who has been made Independently rich by the pen pIe of Onio county Two terms ought to satisfy any man and the people are going to so declare on time 5th of No vember Ohio county politics will rid itself of this perpetual olllcehold er by giving him a much deserved defeat Wu aTe nl time opinion that legisla tive records ought not be preserved for a legislator may become a candidate for County Clerk and when his vote on the Two Weeks Pay Bill is exposed he might get his fighting clothes on mid want to gIve some one a danced good beatin We enter a motion to abolish legislative records and tho memories of men so when a candidate comes before the people he wont have nothin to count for RcruiiLiCANs when the Democratic candidate for Clerk tells you he voted for this or that Republican ask Limn why be didnt vote for his broth er Dave when he was a candidate for Sheriff in 821 When bo tells you he voted for Judge Morton go to the Clerks office and examine time poll book of 90and you will find the 12th vote recorded against Judge Morton HAVE you seen our soldier candi date for County Clerk They say hes a sure enough hero but bo cant find his record Uncle Sam Is a very cruel and partial master Ho records the battles that HagInnIl was engaged in and dont oven record Smith as being his employe Isnt that awful But then Unclo Sam left oil time record of stragglers and campfollowers GKNEHAI A G Benton advised the public sometime since that he held the fuse of a volcano Inlshallll We insisted that be turn time king loose but be refused A friend has sug gested it may have been tbafdamncd good lickin If OJ then who Is go lug to administer it LUIISIATIVK reconls and political eclips mire things that ought not bo ex phoned in a campaign What a man does in trying to overthrow civil lib erty and the flight a State campaign ought not bq remembered by nobody and saidnothin bouut in a county campaign THAT damned good flogginy r you know that was going to be fetched us right soon has been the source of a great disappointment May be it has been postponed on ac count of the intense hot weather I its so we dont care if at never gets cool THE Democrats of Ohio havo calleda convention to meet ibe 31st to put out a Bryan ticket for State offices Evidently Bryan has some friends in the world that will stand to him for time third term MR GODSEY beg pardon but didnt understand wbat you said you did to take the taste out of your mouth when jou voted for Bry an in 067 Will you explain AFTER the ides of November passes Mr Bennett who aipirca to bo As sessor can truthfully aayIII have been Lowed Hows This We ollei One Hundred Dollars Re ward lot any cose of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHUNKY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all all business transactions and finan dally able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Trnax Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0- WaldingKinnan Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curs is taken inter nally actiug directly upon the blood and mucous surlaces ot the system Testimonials sent free Price 750 per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best Whites Cream Vermifuge not only eflectually expels worms but is une qualed as a Ionic and is a certain and permanent cure for Chills and Fever In children Price s5 cts J 11 Williams m Ready for the Issue There seems to be a disposition on the part ol more than one FreeTrade journal to push Tariff revision forward as an issue In the next Presidential campaign Nothing could be mote satisfactory to Protectionists than to see them succeed An open fight on that issue could have but one result I would be a welcome relieve to sup porters of the American system lo get n chance to fight in the o n The only danger which there has been for the Protective system during the last two campaigns has been due to the fact that the FreeTraders made every eflort to beclould the real ques ions at issue and trust the Tariff dls cusslon as hr Into the background as possible If there could be a cam paign in which the only issue and that a clearly defined Issue was one between Protection and Free Trade the Protectionists could sit back and take a long breath The campaign would run Itself and our historic policy of giving Protection to American industries would be established bej and all possibility of be ing shaken Iowa City Republican Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditloas of the system which grow and are ton firmed by neglect Heiblne gives tone to the stomach and causes good digestion Pilce 50 centsJ II Williams m JaneOhl John I wish you would John What oa earth Jane Why take me to the lecture Thursday evening r Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlains Pain Balm in bout one third the time any oher treat ment would requite because ol Its antiseptic qualities which cause the party to heal without maturation For sale by Z Wnyne Giiffin Bro To Curt oiitlNtllon YorrrT- akoCucaretCandycatbarUa Ida or So It U e0tall to cure ilrucgifct rerun inouor D t Docs this Illustrate your experience And arc you worried for fear you tThening for help is at hand You need something that will put new life into the bulbs YouAYffZaced HJaIt brings health to the and the falling ceases It always restores color to gray hair You need not look at thirty as if you were grayhairall the dark rich color of youth fl00 a botl Alt druggtst- aIamabarberbH tml nd ben fOurlIalrwill da MTythlng tbit ttI1 claim for It It bAa etna tat netwmiiteU utlefclion In baal ores llrxmr JnnwurMuch 22 1S90 Kuuu CUT Ua Writ the Doctor terra do net ebuln sit lk tveata- yo pct1 from t 1 st U f11oLd1ni Dallua AMONG OUR EXCHANGES MR nitCKUAM AND TUB COURTS It is a tetrlble thing in the eyes ot Gov Beclchaui for a Gncbelite to be indicted by a Republican grand jury and tried and convicted lifers a Republican Judge but judging by his asf plation and actions it Is all right for a Republican who has been robbed ol an office to which he was honestly and fairly elected to not only be in dicted but tiled by h jury composed entirely ol Democrats selected lor that purpose and tried before a court whose rulings were BO prejudicial to the defendant as to be denounced tie such by the unanimous voice of the highest court In the land nearly ball of whom posses the same ro itlcal bias Mou1talnA nnCKItAM PARDON Mr Ieckbam has pardoned five Democrats Pike county for storting Republicans The petition was sign ed almost II not altogether by Dem ocrats Thus a lot of Democrats clear Democrats ot crime with as much unanimity ol feeling as a Democratic coutt and a Democratic jury convicted Republicans of murder without testl rroiy and its so easily done Sotn elset Republican HOWARD AND IOWBRS We are Inclined to think that the bureau for creating public sentiment against Powers and Howard has been put to y ork and that the degradation of Youtccy by giving him the hardest place in the union Isapattol the same scheme The public may folk for all kinds of reports doming the next few months Plots to escape conspiracies etc will be reported front time to time in order to get a public sentiment that will justify other convictions Winchester Gateway Sentinel TIinRKMtfST tin scant FIRIJ Justus Goebel has again been in dieted by time Kenton county gtnd jury lor extorting money by threat tram persons holding minor positions in the municipal government ol Coy Ington It is charged that he made A J Lansdown pay him Jio a month lor twenty three months for a clerk ship In the water works We hope there is some mistake and shall con tinue to believe Mr Goebe innocent till the reverse is proven but fear that where there In so much smoke there may besomeOre lUrrodsburg Dew ocr at KKNTON COUNTY AND THE SENATOR star Ever since the Democratic primary in Kenton couuty the Goebelites have been trying to find out where they are at Of one thing Jo Pugh is positively assured and which no doubt gives hint a great deal of satis faction and that is heels good and even with Allie Young Judge Cautrill and Gov ncckbam for their intctftr ence with him as dlsttict committee man when he desired to reorganize the committees ol Kenton and Campbell countiesthe legislative ticket nominated being anti Cantrill anti Beckham and antlYoang Judge Cantrill will be unable to get a single vote Irom Kenton notwithstanding he WItS solemnly assured by Arthur Goehel that he should have them all if Cominltteraan Hedger of Scott would not sustain Pugh at the Frank fort meeting Mnysvllle Public Ledger Tlin GOnilHL INDICTMENT MrGoebel judgment should be suspended agaInst all accused and every man should have a lair and im partial trial but before you and your ilk demand fairness you should prac tlce a little ol It yourself In the tiUI of Powers Howard and ohersGreen River Republican As to whether or not Mr Goebel is guilty as charged we know nothing hut it seems that there must be some thing iii the matter He has ever since the death of his blo her been meddling a great deal with Kentucky affairs There arc those wi o have been trying to make a kind ofa second William Goebel ot him hoping that the mantle ol his dead brother would fall upon his shoulders Glenns Graphic IIRCKIIAU AND Ills PARDONS Occkbaraa multitudes ol pardons would come In better grace It he hadnt protested sd strongly and loudly and frequently from the stump that he would never pardon any man who had been convicted by a jury of twelve OIenlor did he refer to only Republicans who had been convicted by Cantrill and twelve other partisan IemocrntsDlayaville- Public Ledger Is your liver tiled Does It Ian to do Its dutt If so dont neglect Its call for help A lew doses of Herbine may save joua spell ol sickness Herblnc is the only perfect liver rued icire It cures Chills and Fever Price 50 cts J II Williams m hew Arc Y ir itld rr f- Dr llobMNpar na1Illcureallldnrritlaeu-al tree Add vie I iui 4j ixxcticwo or N r Remember the lecture Thursday evening a HORSE BRANCH KY Jul17a had some raIn lest night prospects gold lor more this morning It would surely be a wel come guest to all Vc are grad to report Mr Wes P Miller tome bttter alter a severe at tact ol flux lily wife died with the same disease on July the ijlh was interred oa the t6th at Old Salem ChurchWe expecting Dr Lawless ol Pattsvllle Ky to locate at our place He has bren practicing medicine for twelve or fifteen years lie is forty five years ot age ftClarate Tonr Rowel alit Cecarta lOc ccuccctaliarociuuntiunamo- ceiCnICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS II DedFctts S641yt CO II i eO totjiiiriitMtrtfN bnprouuhltullnndr Mint Ir In duM for PaHlmlur TIImnnUI andH lUllrf lir Ijidlf a Mrrr lITe1IIJruCJCbltLCHICIIBSTIII CIIEUIOAL OO sloe l fllM n Mquarr rurtAra-rlu UU MMh or no is IS or to it DANGEROUS Mr J a of Haul Zila t S S 8 oared G nan on my neck which the had been unable to bring to a head Aa soon a I to use 0 8 D I was said carbunolo cot Kit Ky U sound and I am using II U D I am 06 years old t If Youve Money to v BurnJIiisisnotforYou 1 IBUT if you want to spent your money in the profitable way possible como to store now No chance of burning cash hero in tho exceptionable values wo havo to offer We want to impress upon tho public tho absolute truthfulness of tho abortion that wo nro going to prices count for very little in closing our largo stock of Summer Goods It is not so much of profit but the CASH that we are after We want to make a clean sweep and if wo get a little above or a little below cost and carriage for II f goods now wo are satisfied r Our Big u- Clearance t Sale 1S0OnO- N account of our largo stock wo yet have a full supply in many lines of goods These must go right away for tho CASH whether there is a profit attached or not Wo showing n big lino of new Laces Embroideries Allover lmerjI tions and Lace Big lino of Ribbons Ladies Muslin trod Knitted Underwear Lawns Organ I lies Piques Foulards Dimities Shanibrics White Dress Goods and other Dress Fabricsin- stack and holts Summer Clothing for Men and Boys and Indies and Gents Furnishing Goods wo have largo desirable lines t Havent Time and Dont Care to Quote You Prices In fact well let customers 10 most of tho pricequoting Wo are quite willing to loso a fpm coats on a purchase if customers pleased fold wo are enabled to turn our goods in to Cash We need this Cash to make Fall purchases hence this sacrifice Wo want our ens ttomors to take advantage of this Clearance Sale tho full assurance that thoro is a Bargain inv every purchase Como NOW Do not delis for the Bargains will get fewer as theynro dis posed of R11 Ta COLLINS Hartford CARBUNCLES AND BOILS SYMPTOMS OF BAD BLOO There is a popular belief that every boil is worth many times its weight in goldand the suffere patiently even cheerfully endures the pain under th mistaken idea that these little tormentors are hcaltl promoters that they thin the blood AVhen too thick and cleanse and cool it when too hot or too rich 01 the contrary boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood poverty a fearfully depraved condition of that fluid There may be external evidence of bad blood unti sluggislcirculationthrough natural outlets gather near the surface c skill anu a arlUnCle or a Boll the result wncn tile utooa burdengd wttlt an undue amount of this impure matter the Boils come in greater number eat pcr into the surrounding flesh and being nearly always located on a bed of nerves cause the most intense suffering Robust and apparently healthy people subject to Boils and there is always some hidden agency at work within the blood and system that will eventually Jundermine the health but those whose constitutions are broken by other causes are most often the unhappy victims of Boils and Carbuncles Exposure tojthe deadly malaria destroys the red corpuscles and reduces the blood such a weak watery condition that succumbs to the boil producing poisons and paleandsallow CARBUNCLES D Doott resident write mah carbuncle doctor began tho dreadful relieved entirely akin clear and well today through it our your let out our are In our our are our with the the arc the sufferer is continually nurs ing one or more 0 these eruptionssometimes the precursor of dreaded Cancer and too often the best evidence of u deranged condition of the BANkrui BOILS Kr aX 3r tt Care 8O says wltkbellsSeveraldoctorou blood remedies but received no bentnt During the ummr of 1888 Iwas persuaded to try 8 88 A few I havehadkidneys or chronic liver trouble brought on by lack ofnutrlttous blood or It may develop terminatingfatallyr I tions through the application of local remedies is natural and right but this method of easeburdenedldeeplyreappearances l healthy red color that only pure fresh blood can have t lrough this new bloodstrength and vigor comes to the bodily organs the skin resumes Its I functions and iptpurities of whatever character are taken up wayselected for tlleirvQnderfltlPtjrifyingandtonic prbj erties It curb f xonic1Tn1 S S bodyThosef physicians all about their disease and any information or advice wanted will be cheerfully and promptly given without any cost to the patient whatever A valuable book on Blood and Skin Diseases sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga1 K 1 I Institute Next Thursday Evening at 8 Oclock p fit LCANA PEARLS dome 11 General Sherman I Said ho know only two tunes Yankee Doodlo and ono I other Our customers nro in the sans fix They leave IIcnr I I ofother firms but they J remember only Who arcr continually dispensing big Bargains to the people of Ohio county I ells Summer Coats 5dcto350 Boys Linen 1ants25fen-s e Linen Suits 200 to 300 31uo Serge Coat and Vest aoo to 350 Meiily Gauzo Underwear 25cioo Qphuino Balbriggan Suits TowLinen Pants 100c Good Socks i s 5c- 10oto40cFancy Half hose llons1MtvcutShoes 100 ladies Slippers 50c to 200 Lap Uolxw fiOc lnm8olgnllcolonf 50 to 350r Pretty line I nn8oeto 75c t- White Goods in Plain lull Figured fie to 20e Fancy Wash Goods 5o 8c lOc and 20- c5cto30cHamburg and Swiss Kmbroideries Torchon Kdgings and Insertions lO- c10ctol5cGenuine Val laces Thread Edges and Insertions 2c to lOcyard yardIaicustriChildH limey Hose 1koctundOc Black Cat Host e lOc to 25c ladies lOc Vest taped neck V Tic Genuine Lisle Thread ostocIEntire lino 75c Shirts r Dig size Counterpane 50c Ono dollar a yard Skirt Goods 3 yds to skirt 50o Good summer Corsets 50e Good quality Rid Gloves 7 cb Very best laid Gloves 100 Lilk Gloves black only 3oc Black Silk Mitts 15c to 25c of Childs Parasols loc liens Good York Gloves oOc IKSBIG REDUCTION IM MILLINERY GOODST THE remaining summer months wo aro going to make in teresting by making SPECIAL PRICES in every department Remember wo take CASH Wool Eggs Ginseng and Feathers in exchange for nil kinds of Dry Goods The Place is Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 19 illinois Central RallroadTlmo ka Tablo W New time tatd taktReast Manila the r IJ aaoontnoono North Hud Nnalh Hound Ho Uidao 4WI a n No 1SI daUiIIi II m No in dataP m No Ill di21p in No It Ons ItS pw No UIdus3pIn- ioeal FrrlKlllo- Jfol IJosTM m 8 IIPANu TipAaeutm vJiT 1 V I WTTHfl VmMllHCJI I 081 u e Touts Uowl CM Inurns br drnrdtu CONSUMPTION Delicious Coca Cola at the Stager office Get your Milk Shake at the Singer office Remember the lecture Thursday ev Nicest line ot Cigars in town at Singer offic- eRememberPoetry and Pearls Thursday night hot Peanuts and Pop Corn always on hand at Singer office Ice Cream and Sherbet toastantl on band at the Singer office I VCR Martin jeweler and welc- hmakerabNllllame drug store Orange Cherry and Blackbeirj phosphates at the Singer office Mr and Mrs C E Morrison were in Reynolds Saturday and Sunday Potted Turkey Chicken Ham Chipped Beefc at Singer office For fine Watch Clock or Jewelry repairing see Lelzinger the expert For Oranges Lemons and Bananas ol course you go to the Stager office Prcf and Mrs A P Taylor Kirks nmnsvllle are visiting relatives It town zla8 Margaret Marks returned from a visit to friend in Fordsville Wed t neadajr Mlaa8adie Austin Greenville h visiting her sister Mrs Z Wajn e Griffin t Hyott wintyoBf watch fixed the aue as yjbn would get It in a city- trytIetztn jet VWagon wheels refitted tea dollar per setAe B Rown Cenfeitnwn Ky Mir and Mrs J Dr Render Mor gsntown vitlted Mr and Mrs S P Neal Monday a- f I Remember the lecture ThursoJa evenlcgISchool orders taken as cash for gooda at Carson Cos Mr D J Duncan Greenville walCI in town first ol the weekrMiss Mary King Henderson is the guest of Mr and Mrs J R Phippse Mr Geo T RyanScUochoh is vis fling his daughter Mrs B D Ringo Mrs J R Williams Livermore Is visiting her sister Mrs J R Pjrtle If your watch Is out of order don lull to tee Letzinger the expert watch maker The lectuie the lecture aul the lecture ObI when Next Thursday eveningIDr E A Carson has opened up a Dental office up stnlrs next door to Carson Co tf Attorneys Cn Smith and Ernest- Voodward went to Rockport Satur I day on legal business Misses Carrie and Stella Wccrner went to Louisville Wednesday to be absent some time The nicest and newest uptodoteI line of candies in the city can be lound at the Singer office II Poetry and Pearls is the beauti ful theme that Hon All Taylor will delineate Thursday evening Misses Mamie and Ethel Plummer tear Beaver Dam visited the Miller Wednesday end Thursday Ti you have any old gold or silver that you want to keep Ltlzinger can manufacture it in v ny you want it Practical and scientific bortesboeing twenty years experience 45 8t A B ROWR Centertown Ky A good wagon and good draft horses to exchange for good mileh rows or buggy E M Miunu We will close out our Foulard Silks it aicj imported organdies 2Kc and rid wash goods in proportion Dont tail to see these goods no last years foods All new fresh stock CARSON Co DOCTORS say Consumption can bo ourod Naturo alone wont do It Itneods holp Doctors say cc Scotts Emulsion is the bait help But you must continuo Its uso even In hot weather It you bavenot tried It send for free sample SCOTT R I1OWNK Chemltts 4WS real Strict New York soc and shoo alt drugglit Mrs Wm Toms Is very sick Remember the lecture Thursday evening Go to Griffins for Ice Guam Slier bert and cool drinks 1Mr G Davis Royal Pordsville town yesterday Miss Martina Bennett his been quite sick during the past week Mr and Mrs A C Taylor visited ed in Union county first of the week Mra R It Robertson Edmonson county is visiting her daughter Mrs Oiler We have just received a very inter eating letter from Shamrock It will appear next week Miss Margaret Hajnts Ensor who has been visiting Mrs A C Taylor left Monday for her home Mrs W M Richmond alter a pleasant visit in town returned to her home in Cilhoon Tuesday Teachers remember when you come to the Institute the place to get your drinks is at Griffins drug store Letzinger the expert jeweler of Evansville Ind is located in Green ville Ky will be in Hartford July 22 to 27 Masters Thomas and Eugene Neal home Monday after an ax- ended visit to relatives in Morgan- town Mls5es Lena and Rachel Bach and brother Charles Louisville visited Mr Sam Bach and family first of the weekMrs Shelby Taylor and little son Hugh Edward Crawley La are vlt itlng friends in and around Beaver Dam Boys dont wait until some other fellow beats your time find jour girl secure your tickets earlyat Col store The lecture of lIon Alt Taylor will be grand Its next Thursday even- Ing Come early or you will likely crowded out Little infant child of Mr and Mrs Jas B King Palo died Sunday night whooping cough Interment at Sannydale Monday The prolonged drouth has closed the tobacco factory and Mr E 0 Cottrell one of the managers left for Otvensboto Monday Mr O C Cox and Miss Belle Allen were married at Centertown Tuesday Rev G H Lawrence spoke the words that made them one You school teachers should have your watches put in good order to reach by Lelzinger can give yon best recommendations Teachers when you cone to town Monday youd better buy your tick ets for the lecture they are going rap Idly ai R T Collins store Good morning sir Ive come over to advise you for the fast time of the lecture next Thursday evening will meet you there I hope so Ifjou have any rings broken or sets lost out Lelzinger can reset them repair them same as new Beat of recommendation furnished During the Institute we will have thing the hot weather demands Come and see Z WAYNE GRIFFIN lit BRO Mr Aloczo Hicks our name take and would be Squire in Buford made Hetgoing to lick It A doctor without a diploma is not allowed to give you medicine neither should a jeweler be allowed to fix watches without a diploma Letzing er baa two of them The Institute convenes Monday and of course all the teachers will be in heartytwelcome and trust that the week will be one of enjoyment land profit CR Martin the old reliable jeweler and watch and clock repairer is now at the drug store of J H Will lams Hartford where he is prepared to do any and oil kinds of work in his line The ladles of the Baptist church will glue an ice cream supper next Wednesday evening at Court Hall in the interest of the church Come out and enjoy yourselves and aid a goods cause Mrs Harriet Coots wife of Mr W P Coots Snnnydale died Sunday night of Choleramorbus Her re maines were burledMonday at Sannj dale alter funeral services conducted by Revs G J Bean and S T Ash brook In giving the Qhlo county boys mention last week we omitted one who graduated from the Dental College this year Dr J R Williams who is now located at Livermore Jim is all right and U as certain of sac teas as he is blessed with good health The Republicans of Bnford Magis terial District met in mass convention at Beda Saturday July 13 igqt for the purpose of nominating candidates for Magistrate and Constable Great enthusiasm was displayed Ed Mat sic and Lou Allen were nominated b acclamation Everybody seemed ear nest and cheerful and felt that the were marching from victory to victor again Mr Owen Chlnn got his arm bro ken In three places Tuesday while trowing the belt ofT the threshing ma chine while it was still running The c accident occurred stout n o clock Tuesday on the farm of John Thomas east of town The large belt connect- Ing the separator and engine had been thrown from the pulley when Mr Chinn caught up both plys of the belt and attempted to slow down the cylinder and in some way his arm was caught in a twist his body hurl ed to the ground and the one broken Dr Ford dressed the wound Mrs Hardln Wallace near Prentla committed fulclde last Saturday morn ing by taking a quantity of carbolic acid after much suffering and Intense agony she died hoar the dreaded pois on She leaves a husband and six children to fight the battles of life Her remains were burled at Manda Sunday We were unable to learn the cause of the rash act but are informed that she had been a little unbalanced at time and this may have seized her at the time when she resolved to die We are very lorry to learn of Mr Wallaces misfortune and extend our sympathy to the bereaved family Mr W H Dooley of the No Creek community died very suddenly Sunday morning of heart trouble When he arose Sunday morning he was in comparltively good health and went about doing his chores as usual and later In the forenoon had been out giving his attention to his stock and on returning complained to his wife offleellng ill and said he w ould lie down for a rest lIe had only been absent In his room a short time when his wife discovered that he was breath lug unusually strange and hurrying to his room she found him uucoclous and he died within a few minutes His sudden death was doubtless due to heart trouble His remains were buried at Mt Hermon Monday alter funeral services by Rev W T Dunn Notice to School Teachers Letzinger the expert jeweler will be In Hartford from July 22 to 27 A Mr Hamilton sustained a very painful accident near Concord yes terday He was on the feedtable of a threshing machine when his foot slipped into the cylinder severely tearingand horribly crushing it Dr E W Ford was called out to dress the wound It was an accident which will main him for life Marriages W A Bon en Luzeme to Miss Mat tie Cates McHenry James MldkllT Sulphur Springs to Miss Minnie Q Allen Narrows- R C Puqua Heflin to Miss Lulu Mitchell Beda W S Shernneli Drakesboro to Miss Civllla I Brown Rockport John W Willis Aetuaville to Miss NoraGreer Deantfield J F Drake Maxwell to Miss Ber tha Ambrose Beda H H Lindley Livermore to Miss Una Turner Chas Wright Beaver Dam to Miss Cornelia Austin Beaver Dam O C Cox Smallhouse to Miss Belle Allen Centertown Magisterial Convention Rosine Ky July 16 1901 EDITOR REPUBLICAN The delegates of Cromwell Magisterial District met at Rosine Mr C E Raley being absent the meeting was called to order by Tom Allen and elected B IL Slevart Chmn and II C Ciowder Secy George Mar tin and Robert Simpson were voted for for Magistrate the vote stood 28 tot in favor of Mr Martin J R lice and P M Crowder were voted for for Constable the vote stood 17 to 12 in favor oilier The Chairman appointed a commit tee on resolutions which reported as followsResolved ist We the Republicans of Cromwell Magisterial District do indorse the course of our worthy Presidentand pledge ourselves to lend our entire strength to aid the Repub lican party 3rd Will do all we can to overthrow Coebellsm in our districtI 4th That we will lend a helping hand to the entire ticket and will do all we can to keep down strife in our ranks5th That we return to our worthy exGovernor W S Taylor our great est sympathy in his bereavements and hope that he will be able to river come his trouble and will fit ally be permitted to return to the State with out being molested by a partial court What among human ills are more annoying than piles The ifilictlons that prevent active exercise are bad enough but one that makeseven rest miserable is worse Women are among Its greatest martyrs Tablers Buck eye Pile Olntment will cure the most obstinate cases Price 51 eta in bot tIes tubes 750 J li WiUiams- SMALLIIOUSE KY July 14Rep Ollle Walr Muhlen berg county preached and excellent sermon at the Smallhouse Baptist church last Sunday to an attentive au dienceMr Pink sharp was in our midst SundayMrs Mel Landrum visited relatives weeksMr Will Stevens Sr and family of the No Creek nelgbbothcol and andyReid last week littleymother Mrs Sallie Drake last Sun dayMr M D Maddox went to Morgan town July the 4th Mr and Mrs J C Hill Misses i IOma Maddox Gracie Reid Messrs Lewis and Erskine Pulkerson Ruy Addington Chester Roes and Felix Drake spent the 4th of July in Central City Misses Ethel and Leila Hunter Ef fie Bullock and Mr W C Overhuls went to Rockport last Tuesday Miss Athel Jones and cousin Miss Ethel Hunter visited relatives in and Utica last Tuesday and Wednesday Quite a number ol our young folks attended the ice cream supper at Cen tertown last Saturday They report a plraunt time The ice cream supper July 4th at Mrs Cordelia Addingtons was greatly enjoyed by all pesentIMiss Athel Jones of St Louis wh has been visiting relatives here the past two weeks started for her home this morning She was accompanlec as far as Rockport Ky by her cons ins Clarence Overhuls Ethel and Le la HunterMIss Hunter went to Ceral rjtoday the guest of her sister Mrs P L Wood Mr Felix Drake will start Wedes dayi for St Louis Mo He will be ac companied by Mr Owen Robertson returnedIMr Marion Kimbley lost a horse last Saturday Mrs Fannie Bullock Centertown was returning home from a visit to Mr Kimbleys and bad the horse hitched to a buggy on going Ing down a hill nrarMr JCBarnetts the horse stumbled and fell breaking his neck and killing himself in itantlr There were five in the bug gy Mss Bullock and three children and Miss Flora Everly No one was hurtMr Ott Kimbley is quite ill at this writing has typhoid fever Mr Ben Ross who has been quite III ot flux Is about well a a- Base Ball at Render The Render and Central City hale ball teams crossed bats at Render Sat urday The game was very Interest Ing and resulted in a victory for the Render boys Score stoxl 12 to 10 in favor ofRender RenderSloan pitch er James catcher Sloan struck out 10 for C c and caught fly Hits for Render 9 two base hits I three ease hit and three home runs Base 12 Put outs z7z by Roberts 2 by Blackburn 2 by Cargo n by Sloan 5 by Burton i by Barrass 2 by Campbell I by J Assists 8 errors SICentral City Renders players 5 two i home run and I double play Runs to stoten base 12 Put outDossett 3 BonHommie 2 Garst pitcher 8 Fortney 2 Perkins 2 Fentress 2 Veach 3 Bally 4 Nichols i Total 27 Assists s errors 12 The game was renewed Sunday with pitchers horn Louisville on both sides The game stood 18 to 16 In favor of theCentralCity boys Had the Render boys put their own pitcher in toe box they would have doubtless won outright Sloan is a splendid pitcher and Render should recognize this fact Notwithstanding the fact that Central City had borrowed half her team from Louisville and else where Render gave them a splendid game Tho Cumberland Telephone Tolegraph CoC- ISCOIIIORATED Operating and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as possible service to parties living in the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchangeRates other information may be obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky C S McCuLLOUGir Manager Difficult Digestion TLt Is disp pa3- It males ifo tulwrablff Its ouflor ra cat not bccausothcy want ft best simply bet1I1IC they rant They know they are Irritable and fretful but they cannot Iw otherwise They complain of a bad tasto In too raoutli n tenderness at the i lt of the stom ach nn uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not Tho effectual proved by perma nent cures ot thousands of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparilla nuts lLU are the bun caLhuUc CERALVO KY Mrs N B Fulkerson is visiting at Jqnnity May the six mouths old Infant cl Mr Lf P Fulkerson died the 7th o his month Miss Allene Reneer Paradise is spending the summer with the family- If W H Morris Messrs Butch Blackburn and Char lie Garrett returned from Evansville FridayMiss Athel Jones St Louis Mo visited friends and relatives here last weekMrs William Dyers is very sick at this writing Miss Minda Wood returned from Huntsville Saturday Mrs P Jones is visiting in Hop klnsvilleMr Barnes Beaver Dam spent Sunday here Louis Fat lady Dont sleep tco much exercise dont eat fats and sweets To reduce flesh rapidly take Rocky Mountain Tea Acts directly on the fatty tissues 350 Ask your druggist Oil in McLean County Sebree Ky July 17Beech Grove in McLean county is going to have an oil boom that promises Jto be sub stantlal Several years ago oil was struck ina deep water well that was being bored at Beech Grove The well was cased up as the value of the oil was not thought to be worth work ing the well The well has now been uncased and rapidly flowed oil to the surfaceA has been organized here to develop this well and sink other wells in that locality and the work will be pushed promptly It is believed there is abundant oil in that county and Webster and out side interests are expected to be attracted to the field soo- nNaeeea11orlh Knowing 4pyeannmea In the South proven llaahea Tonlo a Trent remtdj lor Chili and ill Malarial Feren llcttrr than Calomel and Quinine Con talon no AUDI lunrnntocijtrj It At Dron gists Me and flOO bottles ITUt Rough River Telephone Company ixcoaroBATED t Talk being cheap and necessary patronize home folks where can buy your own linesandthe whole countyand business oneranlyonly paying thHoughRiver exponsrifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with Independent Companies C1 ranteed900 aary YearlyHen anil Women ol tcooi addm to rriirewat m Motet to travel appointingagent otherafor local work looking alt our Intern gooo alary guaranteed yearly earn roiuralmloni and upenM rapid advancement old establish ed hones Uraid chance fur earnest man or woman to secure pleasant permanent position liberal Income and future Now brilliant lines Write at once GUS wrtEroltu llr11 23 Chlirrll Nl lew unveil Conn New Livery and Peed Stable I Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times The most polito attention given customors and tho kindest care taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZER t S TERMS STRICTLY CASH St A C TAILOR Proper SUCCESSOR TO KEOWN A TAYLOR BartrOrd IientuolLy Practical Aids for Teachers and Applicants It in n SPECIAL aid to applicants in the matter of Theory and Practice Much emphasis has been put upon ibis ubject t in the examinations and many an applicantotherwise quail fied is defective in theory of teaching as is a subject the cannit be learned from a text book A Guide to Study in the Preparation For Teachers Certificate It ii note book prepared by one ignorant of the needs of teachers and applicants I the result of experience of eleven years in work hy an exmember of the State Board of Examiners It is not an almanac but a pockel encyclopedia containing exactly the information jbat both teachers applicants mutt have PRICE 100 Three Copies to one Address 225 Cash With Order Books Mailed same day order is Received SEND ALL ORDERS TO JAS H FUQUA JR- Russellvllle Ky tftt JMc Now for Cut Prices ic rg J Wo have now reached the season of the year 2 when wo always cut tho prices on our Spring and L C Summer Dress Goods Ladies Oxfords Mens I JJQ Straw Hats and Summer Clothing Wo havo no sjL- J excuse to offer Wo simply want to convert the J balance of this seasons stock into cash to get Lii I ready for fall and winter goods and our low prices L i will certainly move our stock out of tho house and 2 into tho possesoion of our patrons l Wo dont want this ad to appear sensational or + I read like a fake Wo want it to impress sensible Jj people as a truthful statement of a plain business L- JA propositionwhich it is jAs- p i 1 I I Now We Will Begin to Cut s f fRegular Prices Straight fgfr An actual markdown without previous mark + 1 up Wo do it because its good business to do it 2 and these cut prices oOcr you the best kindof a y 1r business reason for buying AVo make the follow ing prices on our Wash Dress Goods a All 5c L3wntc F- All Gc Lawn 15c4r All 8c Lawn isGcAll lOc Lawn 8cfAll loc Lawn 121c c- All i 20c Lawn 15c fAll 25c Dimities and Organdies20c- All 1 5 30c Organdies221c vAll30c Foulnrd Silks 20c 2Linen Suits for MenQA better one Tt1 r ji Wo have room to quote price on only a small 3 L quantity of goods but if you will come in we will A F make you prices that are sure to please your tYOURS FOR TRADE 4 8Y eO i f- o a4 gr E Everybodys Store r JV WAS never bettor prepared to supply your needs atS a normal cost thou now Additions of new goods to every department to meet the demands of the season at a range of price to suit any custom or All kinds of country produce taken in exchange t afi for goodsh SISsOur Wash Dress Goods fabrics wo too numerousV t to mention But a look through this line is sure to provo satisfactory to yourself as well as the firmir 14 t SS ee S 1 India Linens in all grades from Co to 25c Dimities in the neat and tasty eflbcts nt n varioVty of prices Nainsooks in small and largo ee lee I iCIIt is as necessary to keep tho feet cool as any V 3 other part of the body and with this end in viewIwo arc prepared to show tho best lino of stylish up i todate Slippers in the county Also quite a lino of good easy ones for old as well as young and mid a dieaged lll CUj In order to completo tho summer wardrobe it is at necessary that you top off with a nice stylish Hat And with this WQ aro well prepared to complete the task for yo- uour e V t 7 n Who need Clothing Hats Shoes lmtowcnrlShirtsf 5Collars Pliiflvj Ties or Buggies 11u o certainly after your trade and believe wo can justly merit ItfJI 3 ctQ V Thisj5 mailings Rugs Lace Curtains Blinds and poles will bo now arrivals in this department this week anyawear anything you need to eat andcan furnish c I your house from top to bottom Visit us and you awill bo convinced of bur ability to save you both time and money fJI t lJ tt te1 3BeE1ver DAm Ky V ft44444 a L CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature I of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA cuaonn fl nfl tin I FIELD St SO- TIIANSFERLIN c = pnonccnc K= = = == = A= J= AV == A- BABTFORD sYA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICTTED A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES QY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BALlARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS UO WHITES CREAM WORMSYeariiastdilWorm VERMSFUCEXatlnQuutitr Dot U Qulltr Remedies 3ffiSOXX XfX AxxP- rpsredb7 2nCaaX IJ IJ JAMES F BALLARD St Louis wwwwww BUSINESS ItBtnolitrty neoeMarjr to the young taiin orjonng wnmnn who would win IBCCMU In IUe Thin being eon ceded It U ot Krtt linjiortaDce to tct your training at the fcbool that tand In tbe very front rank She Sryant 8 Stratton Easiness College IIV== =c = cr OradAV TKlKllltAIHT L nntllal book uivlDKtwtlmonlalii from graduate orrupylnK prom freVcllltlp 38 T TflE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedC 3 25000 OQ RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID dOUPOU HmDERS 20000000 Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS n Fifty Cant a Year LOM Then a Penny a Number I THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Go After a career ofmoro or ICSH activity In the Southern field for over a quarter of u century I lie Sunny South haH nuuln become ih4oryItanllIsfathloniyoung w11l appear In lilt excellent weekly nmke up ArUONYJloBtallinentit and itnnalyndttit Lovers hy Maurice Ilioinp Iiitrtetthroughout I I 60ccutflBubocrlritlonNo nrente1 I coinriilHHloii The jar lulu own beast oiler and argument to tho Bubscrlbcr One eainplo copy free to you unit to your xix I 110tal I entitlesthellhe Bunny toutIa Is your old friend lu a new form nl Y South8literary oilSouthernCoiiitltuttonbotli for only S125Hyear Itcmlt that amount VaPeuOneLltcrhtryAddrwH all letter anti remlttanccH to f THE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA K b Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 19 CALLS FOR CONVENTIONS To Nominate Candidates for Magistrates and Constables In the Various Districts of the County HARTFORD 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 tbe committee was called to order by the chairman and the following rejolntloDS were adopted Resolved hat That a mass con vention 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 1901 for the office ol Justice of the Peace and Con stable of said district and That the candidates receiving a majority of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re publican nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot for the respective offices WM BROWN Chmn R C JARXAGIK Secy ROCKFORT MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee ol the Rockport Magister ial District held at the residence of W H Wilcox Ohio county Ky on June 10 1901 A majority oi said commit tee being present the committee was called to order by the chairman and thefollowing resolutions were adopt edResolved ist That a mass con vention be held In the Rockport Mag isterial District at Rockport Ohio county Ry on Saturday July 20 1931 at 2 p m in Heral Hall for the purpose of nominating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1991 for the offices of Justice ot the Peace and Constable ot said district 2nd That the candidates receiving a majority of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Republican nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot for the respective office WM HAMILTON W H WILCOX Com G M MADDOX J FORDSVILLE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Fordsville Magister- Ial District held in Fordsville Ohio county Ky Saturday June 8 1901 a majority of tbe committee being present The committee was railed to order by the chairman and entered Into business The following resolu tions were adopted by the committee Resolved 1St That a mass conS vention 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 stable of Sdid district 2nd That the men receiving a mat jority oi the votes cast in said conven tion sball be declared the Republican nominees and have their nameenter ed on the official ballot for the respec tive officesJACOB CHANCELTOR Chmn- S C MILLER Secy SULPHUR SPRINGS MAGISTERIAL DIS TRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Sulphur Springs Magisterial District held at Sulphur Springs Ohio county Ky June 12 1901 it was ordered that a mass con ventlon be held at Narrows Ky on the 20th of July 1901 for the purpose of nominating candidates for Magis trate and Constable to be voted for at the next regular election All Republicans are requested to attend the convention The candidates recelv lug the highest number of votes will be declared the nominees of the Re publican party and entitled to have their names entered on the official ballot J B WALLACE Chmn If young ladies think nores pimples and red noses look well with a bridal veil and orange bloaoms its all right Yet Rocky Mountain Tea would drive them away 35c Ask your druggist m This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce tbe famous blood purifier B B B Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will give away 10 oro treatments B B B will positively cure all blood and skin troubles ulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swell Lazy Liver dealavhlblion I found CASO AHETS to be all OU claim tlrsttrlalthatpletolycured Zibahl onhybe too glad to tee opportunftaSKO Suxjueh nn Aye FblUdelphla Pa CANDY CATHARTIC TMAOI UMN mawmno DoGOOdCURE CONSTIPATION lOin Cp7 cbIm tJ I Tt- k draII rJugs pimples bolU carbuncles bona gains rheumatism catarrh blood poison affecting throat or bones mucous patches cancer swellings per sistent pimple or wart B B B makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and stops all aches and pains Druggists 1 For free treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta na 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 of purebotan e drugs and it Is the finest blcod purl fier in the world m CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hare Always Buight UtUutzTZcAS a t I Owes Much to Protection The horn of the South rckarks a Southern paper Is pourlflc out wealth at a rate never known lore- The Southern people have acquired acquaintance with the truth so Iong preached in this laud to dull earsthat an agricultural community cannot become a rich community That truth was the foundation stone in the Protective theory advanced by Alex ander Hamilton and the whole of the centurylong struggle between the Protective and Free Trade doctrines I was really made upon the question whether this country should supply Europewith raw materials and de pend upon Euope lor manufactures or whether it should manufacture its own raw materials and keep both profits This is the greatest manu facturing nation in the world today because the instincts and the good sense of the American people taught them that the British theory was good for England but bad for them The South was slow in learning the lesson because it thought its monopoly ot the cotton crop gave to tbat region special advantages The Southern people have awakened to the truth tbat industrial diversity is one of the tecrects of prosperity and that whet the factory and the furnace are near to the cotton field and ore bed the producer of raw material is better off the manufacturer Is better oQ and the whole community Is advantaged One way to get rich is to pocket all the profits in sight and that is the plan South is now trying to pursue What the fate of the American Protective system is to be cannot be conjectured but the past is secured To persist cut adherence to that system the na tion owes much the larger part of its industrial supremacy Philadelphia Textile Record Those who live on farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns an buruses which heal rapidly whe Ballards Snow Liniment Is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 cts J H Williams m- Doit Tobacco lipIt lB d Miokt loir ur iwij To quit tobacco easily and rarenr tie mac netlc lull or life nerve and Tit or take NoT Die the wonderworker that makes weak men itrong Alt drugghsta SOc or II Cnrtcoaran teed Dooklet and aample tree Addreu Sterling Rimed Co Chicago or flaw York p If Southern statesmen Improve the chance held out by an element of tbe Republican party to jump onto th robber Tariff they will buck square against the policy and interests of Southern business menLlttle Rock Ark Republican To Core Conillp lloa ForeTrI orSQIfA WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under Tho 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 mucnous membranes causing then powerfulentirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner wb9 has for many years made a study and speciality of the treatment ol Catarrh has atilast perfected a treat ment which when faithfully used not permanentlycause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It Is the only remedy known to science that patsThisSouffles the Guaiantted Catarrh extremelylOWcontaining Internal and external medicine sufficient for a lull months ntcesurytoperfectCureas the only sale and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all itfiimatlon quickly alldI permanently and in also wonderfully quick to relieve Fever or Cold in the HeadICatarrh when neglected often leada to Consumption Snufflcs wil aveyou II you nse it at once It is completetreatment teed to cure Catarrh in any firm or stage if uced according to the directtions which accompany each age Dont delay but send lor It at once and write lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from tbe discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Sriuffhs the Guaranteed Catarrh CureiSent prepaid to any address In thea rccciptolOnewin B Giles 2332 Market street PhlladelpblaI 7 r WILL BH8TRQYKD Was Well Fitted up and had a Capacity of Fifty Gal Ions Per Day Only one Man Was Seen and be Made a Successful Es cape by Fleeing tDrpuly Internal Revenue Agent W W Yates returned Monday from liar din county where he tucccMfully cap tured and destroyed the largest niooi shine still that has ever been operated in this district and possibly within the United States Capt Yates at his office here re ceived Information from Hardln coun ty late Friday afternoon that a still had been located In that county and with the officers usual promptness by dark he was hurrying toward Big Clllty the nearest railroad station Mr Yates arrived about II oclock Friday night and was met by Colter tor Ben Selvege and Possemen Riley Watklns and Omar Mertdith The officers had horses awaiting them and without loss of time mounted and began their long ride of twenty miles up Rough river to the place where the still was located near Vertrees post officeHour after hour went by and still the revenue men rode through the moonlit forests up steep bridle paths and through dark ravines The couc try in that section being very broken and rugged their twentj mile ride at night was anything but sure About 3 oclock Saturday morning the signal to dismount was given by the guide and all the officers tied their horses to trees at the month ot a dark ravine A consultation xas held and Agent Yates directed that his men push forward cautiously up the gulch and capture the operators alive should they be at work The moon was on a level with the tree tops and gave but scant light to the officers on their perilous way The still was finally sighted and with stealthy steps the men cup np to the leanto The place seemed deserted and the revenue men male a circuit of the still which was seen at once to be a very large one After another consultation it was decided by Capt Yates to lay In ambushand await the coming ol the shiners Some of the men had secreted themselves in positions that would give them good shots at the outlaws should they make any resistance Omar Meridith was looking about for a secure biding place when he saw what he thought was a large rock about fifty feet fiom the still Moving slowly through the underbrush he reached the supposed rock but instead found that it was a huge vat turned up on one side He peeredIIin an instant was almost thrown from his feet by the sudden rush of a man who bad been sleeping in the tub The deputy dashed alter the fugitive crying him to atop or he would be shot but the man only Increased his speed dodging between the tree trunks and was quickly lost to sight Capt Yates was iulormed of the outlaws and he posted his men in thee best positions possible to resist a fierce fight with the moonshiners The still was the largest ever seen in this part of the country and Mr Yates felt sure that the oweners would make a ferocious fight for their property Alter waiting foran hour or wore and no one coming near the still the officers began their work of destruction The still had a capacity of over fifty gaIons of whisky a day Three caps and sixty feet of copper worm and five fermenting tubs of 1000 gallons each were destroyed together with 3000 gallons of beer and a great quantity of corn meal and other fixtures used In making whisky The operators whoever they were had evidently fixed themselves to mallYito facilitate the output of illicit whit kyIInternal Revenue Agent Yates stated that the still was the largest unlicensed still he had ever seen or heard of in any connty and regaids the capture as a good days work The man who had escaped bad made himself comfortable In his mash tub and as he left rather hurriedly br neglected to take his satchel contain log his clothes and also a box full ol provisions even down to preserves The fllcera rode back to the railroad station without firing a shot ss they thought the shiners would 11m bush them and make things dance to the tune of Winchester r fit bullets Louisville Commercial I you want sonic just as good I mate it myself remedy thy an iml taion Roky Mountain Tea Twill make you sick and keep ythsick Ask your dngglst ni No Chance for a Quarrel Senator Jones of Arkansas chair ran orthe Democratic National Com predicts that the Babcock bill o repeal the tarifl at a remedy for the trusts will never be resorted from the Ways and Minus Committee Here is a case where the wish Is not father to the thought Far from it Kiln ing would please Senator Jones and the party of Populists and free traders more than to see the Republicans in quarrel over tariff revision They not Bee It There is no earthly pro pect tbat any measure eml oiyiog the mischievous provisions ol the 4- a TL eo nabcoek bill will be reported from tba House Committee on Ways and Means ot the Fiftyseventh Congress It is extremely doubtful whether the bill will be again introduced by Mr Babcock or by any Republican Some Democrat tray revive the project If so it will die the death But there isnt going to be any Republican quarrel over It American Economist Curo for Cholorn Infnntum Novor Known to Fall During last May an infant childof our neighbor was suffering from chol era infantum The doctors bad given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Darrhoen Remedh to the house telling them I felt sure It would do good If used according to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered The child Is now vigor ous awl healthy I have recommend ed this remedy frequently and hive never known it to faIlMra Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by Z Wayne Griffin 8 Bro m In Jeopardy Does anybody suppose tbat the recent enormous investments in American industrial enterprises would have been made but for the stimulus thrtt Protection baa gives Those Investments mean incalculable sums paid to labor and aided In many ways to the general wealth of the country or the common benefit and to the vast Increase of the common prosperity To shut off Protection would be to jeopardize those undertakings and aim a tremendous blow at the vitality of the county and the interests of American labor The American people have been thoroughly educated of late on the moaey and the Tariff questions They have twice given an emphatic verdict for sound and honest money as essen tial to the creation of a safe busis ol business They understand equally well that Protection guards them from foreign hostility A great many at temps have been made to fool them on this Issue the feeblest being the lastest And It will fall more dismal ly than any which drecteded the pres cut FreeTrade foray Troy Times If Grover Cleveland is really a can didate again he may be correctly called the advance agent oi adversity His mere shadow would be eroagh to frighten all the millions oi children who were burnt in 1892 Benton 111 Republican DRUNK MAN GALLANT Defeated the Purpose of a Hack man to Extort an Ex travagant Fare I cant say that I have any respect for a man who will get drunk said the lady just back from the east and especially when he does It and goes out on tbe street where everybody can witness his shame but one drunk en man I met the other day does com wand my respect A woman friend of mine in New York went with me the other afternoon for a cab drive for which I agreed with the driver to pay fj We tcok our ride and whet we got out the driver Insisted on an other dollar I demurred but you know cab drivers and there was a- very lair prospect ol my being beaten out of a dollar or appealing ti the police e thing no woman wants to o- As we disputed with the drivers drunken man came along a well dressed young man 01 twenty eight or thirty who looked as if be were a gentlemen when he was himself He was in great good humor apparently as I believe lome men are when they are intoxicated lId I did not notice him till he stopped at the horses head and began patting him on the cheek asking him how he was and paying him compliments on his god ojka I had to smile in spite of my self and the young man noticed it and stood a moment with his hand on the bridle listening to our squabble with the driver He was not so drunk tbat he could not understand and In minute he pulled himself together and joined us ft Oh I say girls he said tq a H tClna that shocked me is the dufler I trying tb rfo you Now Ib k ahere I you he said addressing the driver OU try to cone any of jour tricks lover the ladlesTll break your face lorI you Setl You take what you agreed to take and get outt J The cab driver finding he had aIman to deal with instead ol two women took his fj and departed and as I we half scared out of our wits hut tied away our champion waved his hand at us with a laugh and a Ti taI girls Detroit Free PressI I William J Biyan has already begun toI make googoo eyes at the newly I born and christened Allied Third PtitySedalia Mo Capital SsEgregious Folly The people who are crying cut for a lower TarlO should stop and think whether alter all It Is not the put of wisdom to let well enough alonet With the present Tariff we are more prosperous than ever before Can we be sure that this proiptrlty would continue without diminution if the Tariff were removed or substantially I lowered The Democratic par- tyi as a wboe Is not particularly anx ious for a change in the TaiiC It would appear egregious folly there sore for the Republicans to npscttle I business conditions by bringing this question again to the front What the United States wants as much as I anything else is a rest from Tariff agltatloa Kingston N Y Free man paI President McKinley Is a 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