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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w- fr i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICANI tt IFineJob Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PAB1T II 1U roniBCOniEUIOIilDIHUR Subscription 1 a year 1 VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 9 1901 No 3 I r p ji I- Ii l t j v 17 rYt Ok t J j1 i 1 1- i IQ I 4 I t f Gymnastics muacnlarbodynot to mealWtdbyltl mUlCle but by thebodyan easy prey to dii rue nedfdnPierce a Golden Sled teal for the purifying or the off the poiioni which contaminate the life fluid It Increases the of the- bloodmaking gland the body an Increased aupply- or pun bodyOOIId log blood It bulldl the body with sound healthy flesh Instead of flabby fat appetiteand so gives to weak nervous people vital Ity and vigor There it no alcohol nntatned in Gold- enr11 n1 and It u abotutelyfreefrz opium cocaine all other narcotics r led It duty to write to you of the won I MedD0rfTl wtIa lbsrrtetter sot wbe I bad takes right bottles the or wu heeled up I with you success MedlcatAdriareceipt of ai onecent stamps to tav e or malllnl only AIres ba- L V1ierca Bufla1o N Y DwD11rM Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle Urn profMulon In all the rourts of Appealspecial ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARTrollD UT Will prartlre kl proltwton la all the court of OhloeuestjrudCuertuf Appeal Prompt and esrrfal onldrt1on frtrrn All buatneasratrosted- to him Offlre over Oblo Leanly llbt t JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW f y HARTFORD KY pedal attention 1yen to collortloss mating sbutzaete also Notary Inblle for Ohio ton t1 Olllorth aid blla O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW iiAnrroHu KY Will pnuUn hie protrwlna In 111 the courts of Ohio and adlollauoanU and run ot Appeal idal atuillon rtn to bnlaMestrued to II ran Offl In teAttjra office la courthouse F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW HAKrVqitn UTe Wm prattle In tlcourts ol Ohio county and Court nl Appeal Prompt attention ptren to all bulnoM entrnitoil to hU tan Offlc In Herald knlldliK J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law IIXRTroRD KY rulowlon In tItle ned adJoi- ngeoonklLhlPeIt1 a ention given to all bust SM t 1OO to ear- S P ROB- Y4TTOJ32fEYAT LA W- roRIHVIIIE MKNTtfltT Will prartlra hU prolwwlon In sit the courts ol Ohio and adjoining ronntloi Court ol Appeals Special attentldn given to collectloni JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIABTFORD KY Bperlal attention given to all busIness entrust ed to his can time In courthouse C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORb KY Will practlra his VroleMlon In all tneconrtsol Ohio and adJoining counties itpechah attention nlll be given to all entrusted to his ears Collections a specialty E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle his professIon In nil the ronrts ot Ktstnckjr pecial nitration ardrollectlons ttietesut of decadent ease nnd trimlnsl prettIes Offlw upstairs Urlffln block J8R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW fiARTFORD KY 11111 his protnwlnn In all the court ot Ohio and adjoining ronntlM nnd the Court ol Ap peals Prompt attention tfrra to all hnnlneis entrusted to him Ommln lUtrimticiK building R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will nractlos his profession In th conrta ot Ohio and acIJolnlna roanU Also Notn Lubhie Southern Railway Through El Jib BMUJOUIUMB 8101- KENTUOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North GAKQLINA Eon GIA and MISSISSIPPI a 1491 Miles Three Dally Trains Between Louis Tills and Lexington Observation Chair Cars Trains leaf e and arrlylODIJrrom BjTenth Street Union Depot eonn Illinois Central Kanroad esdh II A St U 1111 Forlatonnatlon address 3 4 0 A WHiD Kr t T A ne thAYe LoDI II1o Wu K tiTtoi iaIitntOrA LonlsTllls J t1tVlIaInaLrs THE TARIFF AND LABOR Why Protection Is Needed In Iron and Steel Production The New York Evening Post is pos itively shocked ot the admission made by Charles I Schwab before the In dustrial Commission that American manufacturers of Iron and steel occas- Ionally sell at lower prices to foreign ers than to consumers at home and regards the admission ns a knockdown Argument In favor of the repeal of Protective duties Sir Schwab however explained that such foreign salesat lower priceswere made only when there was an overproduction in this coun try for the purpose ol working off a surplus which was a menace to the market lie showed that the merlI can workingmen profited by such a transaction since it enabled them to keep at work and receive continuous wages whereas if there was no such outlet the mills would have to shut down In case oi overproduction Everybody who has studied indus trial problems knows that it Is the custom of manufacturers In all coun tries to unload surplds and redundant products uj on foreign markets when they can do so nnd sometimes they consider It better for the ttode to un load them at a loss than to incur the expense of carrying the goods and the risk of deterioration The United Slates has more thin once been made the dumping ground for foreign surplus products sold at figures below the cost of prod uctlonIIt should not be forgotton that the exltllng Tarill Is a Protection to American workingmen against such reduction sales of foreign products There would be more such dumping than there is if it were not for the I Tanfl wall- Foreign bargain sales would not materially hutt a concern like that of which Mr Schwab Is the head as IU ample capital and reserve would enable it to continue business almost indefinitely at a loss but it would hurt the smaller concerns with less te sources It is probably true that a Protective Tatlfl is no longer needed by such gigantic companies as the United States Steel Corporation but it is urqnestlonably needed by many companies cflesser magnitude to en able them to pay the comparatively high rate of wags prevailing in this country Mr Schwab brings this point out clearly when he says there Is no need of a Tariff on those classes of steel andiron manufactures in which the cost of labor is not a heavy item such as billets and rails bnt that In the lighter forms such as wire where labor is the heaviest item of product lion the present Tarlfl Is necessaryh in under to give labor its ward Minneapolis TrIIuneIS Locking Uncle Sam Out Threats ol a general European alli ance to check American trade aggreeI aba still come loudly nu merously across the Atlantic The favorite theme of a number of conti nentl1 papers is the Yankee peril and the necessity of meeting It by a European customs league in which every nation shall join to put a prohibitive o tariff on all American gcodss These threats fall to produce any terryfying effect on this side of the Atlantic Von everybody in this country realizes that It is at impossl ble for the Rnropeftn powers to honp estly and effectively cooperate a null war against the United States as in any other enterprise The con cert of Europe is about the most helpless and Inefficient instrument known to man It has never accom plished anything of any consequence and it Is not probable that it ever will Indeed oil the outcry seems to come from but three countries Germany Austria and France Influential and representative British newspapers no tice these threats only to ridicule them and to declarclthat Great Britain will never join such a combination Nor does it seem at all likely that Russia will With the markets of Sreat Britlan and her colonies and of Russia open to us we would probably be able to struggle along in spite of the exclusion of our trade from other European nations even if the high tails game were rot one that the United States can play as well as its opponentsThe of Europe could never be brought even to adopt the policy so glibly proposed by French Ger many and Austrian newspapers If ItIby any chance should adopt this pol icy It couldnt maintain it for a monthRochester Democtat and Chionlcle p I p The laws of health require that the bowels move one each day and one of the penalties for violating this law is piles Keep your bowels regular by takluk a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by Z Wayne Gri- tflnBro m p CASTORIAFor The Kind You Havs Always lought Bears the Signature of w Our Strong Position Our position is so strong that we have little to fear even from a European combine of which we hear much talk ol late We have the goods and Europe must have themlThey cant get along without them and iu the end our European rivals for the worlds trade will have to swallow their chagrin with the best grace possible and patronize Uncle Sams wares as usual and In Increased quans titles The United States Is not a bargain counter for the world but allaIts trade departments stand unexcell- ed n and this is what creates the tieImand for American goods Hartlord Glob 1 a It Saved His Baby My baby was terrible sick with diarrhoea we were unable to cure im with the doctors assistance ands a last resort we tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Darrhoea Remedy says Mr J H Doak of Williams I Ore I am happy to say It gave Immediate relief and a complete cure or rale by Z Wayne Griffin llrob While They Talk We do Business The hstronomers at the Court of Spain in the fifteenth century proved quite to their own satisfaction first that the earth was not round and fCC ndly if it wereColumbus could not ail around It or even half way around it But even while they were prov- Ing this Columbus went ahead and did sail half way around and discovered a new world The FreeTrade ress proves dally to Its own satlsfaC lion that we can never have an export trade worthy ol the name that we cannot sell our gooJa to other coun tries so long as we maintain our Pro tective Tariff system and refuse to let the rest ol the world come in and mo nopolize our home market and while they talk we go on selling our goods to other countries to the extent of more than a hundred million dollars worth a month There Is nothing in any way remarkable about this diver geuce between the facts and the claims of the FreeTraders We have grown very familiar with FreeTrade arguments and FreeTrade theories which conform to everything but facts If the FreeTraders undertook to con form their theories to lads there wouldnt by any FreeTraders and we would be deprived of some very Interesting fiction So perhaps things are all right as they are espec- Ially as most of the people of the United States are too much occupied with the business which they owe to our Protective policy to pay much at tention to what the FreeTraders are saying American Economist The Value of Silence- I have the reputation ol being reserved said a wellknown Detroit business man with a smile relates the Detroit Free Press I think a lesson that I learned in my early youth is responsible for most of It I was born and brought up on a farm living the socalled free and easy life that the poets rave over In my own case I cannot recall that I ever enthused over the life There was alto gether too much work for a small boy who knew where the old swimming hole was located and where the fish bit the best Our cows were pastured In a back lot and it was the duty of an elder brother to take them there Jevery morning and bring them home at night But one day he chanced to be away and my father brought up the question of going alter them I Why not let Harry go1 said my mother Tbatmeant me and I was about to exhibit a painful stone bruise as proofof my utter inability to attend to the matter when my father after looking me over ctlticallysald doubt fully a Im afraid he Isnt big enough 6 I betooI answered indignantly I Well my son said be you may try but I fear it is too much for a mall boy like you Stone bruise or no stone bruise I m certain that I broke the record that ight in bringing thecows home and laced my father flushed and trl umphant I There they are I cried exultantly u Very well son my father answered dryly you may go after them everyday hereafter It was a long long walk to that back pasture and many a time while walked It did I reflect upon the danger of saying too much A lame shoulded Is usually caused y rheumatism of the muscles and be cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The Republicans and the Tariff There are at least three excellent reasons why the country must not and probably will not be disturbed by the proposition that the Republic an party while in full power should address itself to such matters relating to the tariff question as the present situation seems to demand i Prosperity has been our por DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED 1t I up THE BESTJI i HayBaloTies Collwiro Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Call Oi If MoHonry Mf g cfeMach Ca i McHonry Ky tlon tot mL1y years and Is still our portion lie people have never been so favored before The crops have been enormous The mills and mines have been in hurrying and continu Otis operation and their output both in q natality and quality has startled the world Trade balances In our favor have mounted to snch a figure that a second look at the reports Is al most necessary to an acceptance ol them We are In Easy street and rj barring such up and downs as not by the wisest follcy be provided against in this world we are there to stay Doom times and boom prices will not always continue but now that wa are at the head of the com merplat hunt we shall hold that place Wherever there Is business to be had- e siafi secure onr share of it 2 The Republican party is the party protection It stands for that policy as positively and as distinctive today as ever it did It obtained row r in 1896 on an eloquent renewal ol Its pledge to keep the American market for home products as against foreign competition And on all fours with that pledge Is the necessity ol finding foreign markets for our surplus That surplus Is growing and our Interests tequlre that it be placed upon terms which will still give the preference here at home to such things as we ourselves produce The foreigner therefore is invited to the I European table with the distinct un I derstandlng that we desire to open our doors free or upon special terms only to such products oi his as we need and do not ourselves produce Protection to American industries needing ptotectlon to the end that they be developed to the point ol in dependence Is to be tempered by re ciprocity only to the extent that our Interests demand and will be served by it Beyond this the Republican party with its pledges and traditions could not afford to go and within such limits its performance would cause no alarm whatever 3 Reciprocity as understood by Mr Blaine Mr Dingley and Mr McKinley Is an entirely safe and worka ble proposition Treaties founded up on it are in existence and this coun try is benefiting Others await ap proval and some of them are most deserving They do not break down protection but are drawn with pro tection still the foremost considera tion and by men whose studies in the line of taxation have fixed them firm ly in the protection camp For at least these three reasons why should the Republican party hes itate at so propitious a time to make any adjustments in the tariff sched ules that may be necessary keeping the principle of protection wisely and conservatively applied always in view and extending our trade In every direction Washington Star o Ponieroys Model Kansas Farm One ol the most interestingagricul tural experiments In the great State ot Kansas is the modest farm of J P Pomeroy The farm was selected so that agriculture might be carried on 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 Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood that Drnnkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with polsonI and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ot Intox icating liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants Suflerers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study 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 records show the marvelous transformation thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men Wivcscure your husbands II ChlK dren cure your fatherl This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared thatit thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that It can be given in a cup of tea or coflee with out the knowledge of the peison tak lug it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this pikelets remedy and as many mure have cured and made temperate beenI having the Cure loving friends and relatives their knowledge In coflee or withoutI believe today that drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost- Ing Jz6 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept I B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confidential under the most favorable conditions possible It consists of 225 mires ol the poorest land in the vicinity and was selected on a high elevation with a south slope It is generally known that the north slope is more favorable and so the exposure was chosen iu order to prove beyond any doubt that the average rainfall in this district is t amply able to raise good crops when proper cultivation is applied tJ P Pomeroy the owner of the farm is proprietor oi a large mercan tile house in this city and owns much property in Colorado where he lives His idea of a model farm is the result of the work ol Prof H W Campbell who has envolvrd what he calls the Campbell method ef retaining the naturnal rainfall in the soil by the simple method of tillage This meth od consists simply of a complete rear rangement and pulverizing ol the top six or seven inches of soil and turn ing It as nearly bottom upward as possible each year Before tilling the top four inches are thoroughly pulverized and made as fine as possible by the proper use of the harrow and Immediately after plowing the lower four inches of the furrow slice are packed as firmly as possible with a rackerThrough of Mr M J Creighton manager of Mr Pomeioys extensive mercantile interests in Hill City your correspondent was enabled to inspect the model farm thoroughly Mr Creighton explained that Mr I Pomeroys purpose in conducting the farm is purely a philanthropic one but that it has resulted in a paying investment There are 225 acres in the farm anti every acre does Its full duty each year The wheat and corn crops this season are superb and are sufficient evidence for the farmers of Kansas that they can make their land PY if they will Prof Campbell runs the farm himself with the aid of two men and six horses and the experiment has attracted much interest from farmers throughout the WestIn dianapolis Sentinel aCures Eczema nnil Itching Ilnniura TlironKli the Itlood Coil Noth ing 10 try II B B B Botanic Blcoi Balm taken internally will kill all the humors in the blood that rouse the awful itching of Eczema Scabs Scales Ulcers Watery Blisters Bolls Pimples Aching Bones and Joints Prickly Pains in the Shin old eating Sores Ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm will make tho blood pure and rich heal every sore and permanently stop all the Itching sensations Foanlc Blood Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skin B B B at drug stores i Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured Costs nothing to try B B B as medicine is sent prepaid m O SJWonrABean Thi Haia Alwars Bfflit of thatt JlFattening Watermelons- How much truth there may be In the below statement we do not know It sounds like a fake bnt it is easy to try in growing seasons The story is taken from an exchange The shrewd melon growers have a closely guarded secret for fattening their melons When they see an ex ceptionally symmetrical melon of good proportions they resort to a scheme of their own for Increasing its corpulency They procure a good slzs bottle usually an old quinine kottle and fill it with sugarsweetened water andI taking a darning needly threaded with a cotton string they pierce the stem of the melon pull the end of the string to the middle of the aperture put the other end through a cork thence to the sweetened water after having removed the needle and then leave the melon to do the rest In a very short time the wound hels and then the melon will drink more sweetened water in a day them the average man It begins to ex pand too and is torn the heavy weight champion of the field It re mains lu this comatose condition un til fair time when it wins the blue ribbon at easy bounds Farmers Home Journal What most people want Is some thing mild and gentle when in need of a physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are osy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m OAST nrlean tha Ba Kind YM VlIJas Bo jJil BigEiton IIcf Ought to Keep Still A number of Demociatlc editors are apparently greatly concerned over the present depression in the price of wool They are not however They are simply indulging in one of their od political tricks In an endeavor to pull the wool over the eyes of the Ignorant They dodge the fact that the wool industry has been built up and woolgrowers greatly benefited since the Republican tatlfl relieved them of Democratic free wool times when the carrass pelt wool and all were worth little more than a fleece of good wool today These Democratic platform hunters ought to be the last people on Gods green earth to metoa wool MArthnr 0 Republican Becktaams Pardons The Somerset Republican says In comiuentlpg on Gov Beckhams re cent outrageous political pardons Mr Beckham has pardoned five Democrats of Pike county for shooting Republicans The petition was sign ed almost if not altogether by Demo crats Thus a lot of Democrats clear Democrats of crime with as much unanimity of feeling as a Democratic court and a Democratic jury convicted Republicans of murder without test I mony and its so easily doue The London Mountain Echo expresses this view of Bechams infamy It is a terrible thing in the eyes of Gov Beckham for a Goebelite to be indicted by a Republican grand jury and tried and convicted before a Re publican judge but judging by hIs association and actions it is all right for a Republican who has been robbed of an office to which he was honestly and fairly elected to not only be Ic dieted but tried by ninny composed entirely of Democrats selected for that purpose and tried before a court whose rulings were so prejudicial to the defendent as to be denounced as such by the unanimous voice of the highest court in the land nearly haUl of whom possess the fame political bias the trial judge does The Maysvllle Public Ledger adds this additional thought as a cracker to the whip with which Usurper Beck ham is being flayed Beckbauis multiudes of pardons would come in better grace if he hadnt protested so strongly and loudly and frequently from the stump that hewould never patdon any man who had been convicted by ajury cf twelve menior did he refer to only Republicans who had been convicted by Cantrlll and twelve other partisan Democrats A Ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of billons colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrroa Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week bad two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief ro discharged him I went over to see him the next morning He said his bowels were In a terible fix that they had been running off so long that it was almost blroly flux I asked him If he bad tried Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeby and he said No I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief but betook no more and was entirely cured- I think It the best medicine I have ever tried For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Yelled Sarcasm CustomerSay I thought you told me that the parrot I ought of you last week was highly educated pealerYes so I did Customer Well all Ive got to say Is that he must have been educated In the attic ol a def and dumb institute An Able Proxy My wile makes me stand around I cant deny that Doesnt it humiliate you No Our baby is the Jiving Image of meaud he makes her stand around Chicago RecordHerald I MEDICAL EXAMINER Ottho U S Treasury Beoonuaenda Peruna Dr Llewellyn Jorda- nDrTJowcllynJordanMedicalExaml Zion of U So Treasury Department grid nato of Columbia College and who served three years at West Point baa the following to lay of Poruna Allow me to express nygratitude to you for the benefit derived from your wonderful remedy Ono sOon month has brought forth a vast change and I now considermyself well mu after months of sufferIng Fellow sufferers Peruaa will cure you Catarrh Is a lyiteralo disease fnrabla only by systemic treatment A remedy atthePeruualmmedlateliInvlgoratea give vitality to tho mucous membranes Then catarrh disappears Then catarrh- Iapsrmanentlycured Poruna cures catarrh wherever beated Pennant is not a guess nor an expert ment it is ten absolute scientific cer taint Peruna has no substitute no rivals Insist upon having Peruna A free book written by Dr Htrtmaa on the subject ofcatarrh In Its different phases mod stages will ho sent tree to any address by The Peruna Medlclaf Co CoIumSus Ohio Hughes Chill Tonic PaJatab1eBetterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC Aweiisaa eureInrfor CHILLS and FE vans Malarial Fevers Swamp Ferers and DU lons Venn It Never FailsJust what you need nt this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Unarantecdby your Druggist Dont take any substitute Try ittoe and floo PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet Co ann IVCOIirOIIATKD Louisville Ky Nnree Worth Illuming 40 yearn suecese In the Kouth prove Hughes MalarialFyetains nn Anntnlc llnnrantMd try It At Drug gilt We and flOO bottle nttt DYSPEPSIA ordynepsiaout mllli toast and at tlmeaniy stomach woul not retain and digest oven that Last March I began taklnj rASCAKKTS and since then I hare steadily Improved until I am M web as I eier was la my DAVID U Uuitrnr Newark O CAN IV CATHARTIC TSADIMMS I5aWr DoQeodCURE CONSTIPATION itrtiM MrCw to ni riiMif uinTwt ni aildrugriiI BLOOD POISONII If yon trtr contracted any Blood DIsaau yon are never site unless the virus ot symptombothivaSore throat ulcers on the tongue or In the month hair tailing cjt ath IDlrpalaaltobh ol the skin sores or blotches on the body eyes ted andbinsrt dyspeptic tomtb suluat weakueudodtcatlons or the secondary stage Dont- trust Dolt t ruin your system with tire old 1ogy trestmeatmercnry and potashwhlctt only suppresses the symptoms for a tlmfonly to break out again when happy la domestic lite Dotit let quacks expcclmentoa you Our NEW MET11OD TREATMENT Is guaranteed to core your Our zuardntcev ar backed by bsinU dUtasa will never return Thousands of patients I have been alat iour NEW KKTI1OU TREATMENT for over 20 years uoilakeotapa1chtpbutapceIUse NERVOUS DEBILITYOU- RNEW MBTHOn TRRATMKNTwlll curoyouandmake a man of Under Its Influence the brain becomes active the blood purified so that all pimples blotches and ulcers disappear the nerves become strong as so that nervousness b 1 hfslness and despondency disappear I become bright the face hOt and clear returns to the body moral tboIoala4 sex ash systems are invigorated alt drains ceaono more vital waste The I organs become natural and manly You feel yourself m man and know marriage cannot be a failure We Invite the afflicted to consult nj confidentially and lieu of charge Dont lt kMAfakirs rob you Ol your UatJtltoeJ dollar W5 WltL cum von OR treat and euro NERVOUS DFIIILITY SEXUAL WEAKNESS yEMasSlOW HYPIIIUS GLEET 8TKICTURE VAK1COCELK I1LADDEK DISEASES and all diseases peculiar to men and wocuo Cures gniran teed Till A T1Pfl I Are you a rIctim Have you lost hope Are contemplating marrlare has oar blood been dlseasedir Slave 10 aa weak ILLjUllillli ness Our New Method Treatment irlll enreyou Cotnltltlee free No matter who has treated you write for an honest opinion Free of Charge Chants reasonable Beois free The Golden Monltottlllu on Diseases or mon UlwaKsof Women The Wages of Sin Varlwcele Btrlctnre and Gleet All sent Free sealed No medicine sent C 0 D No names en bixes er envelopes E WfUileg oonfldinlltl Question nIt and Cost ol Treatment FREE for Horns Cur Das KENNEDY KERGAN 628 WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO K K KK K K K Kt4 K Kh K j 1 y I r I J ofh i u QI Aw k t4rc t uaViAftnvatf dS bed tr ffJI D it 4 l 1 on 1 i jjg8S 1U Ub i aaaswit u ih I t- u it2r 7 Ti f i1W lv 4 1 I t- I I a 4 i L w jr F c ii tf I 4- S 4- A t 1 4 pL = 2 Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 9- ION UOnnHIorJZCOCCNC= = =lv == C =I 15 liiutit frldavttiu till Hartford full Co Incorforattl ieii Hartford postoffce as monlclass mail matter DECLARATION AND CONFSSION My 19lh of July 1900 declaration of determination to remain a Populist f You UI likely bear Iwtwwn now and tbe election that I hatertolen n rnllnmil rilitied n bank or rnped the Qnwu ol England anything that will dtacredlt mID the fv of m- yfrIendbntIetItOmeI mil n PopliUM mill and will P ay no attention tu thew tlanden I nm lor TryIIluIg hue l oinluthnT nilvarnlril 1 denS propoaoto Inkroiir bnrkwnnl ltp lordly nomination or olllrrj km I huh JoJ1 Jlitim Since the adoption ol the Chicago MaUorm by tht Democratic National Contention In ISM and thereaffirmation of thl 1lntform by tb IVmotratlc party In Kentucky I linve brrii mid mn now n lit niocrat At I nndentnadtb thIngs nimwary to con Mute party affiliation In this country ares Int allegiance to pity platform and we cmdenpport of party nomlniw J P MILLED This is my confusion Democratic faith on the Jib of March IDOL when some Democrats penned JUCI down and foreed mo to make a public confession It dont harmonize with the 19th of July declaration but I didnt intend for Democrat to see that one I cant face the Jlubllcot the stump as there is no politic i- iitA man that likes this sort ofI thing this is the sort of thing that he likes S TilE ASSUMED EDITOR Having fallen a victim to the in famy of his own courso anti policy pardon the expression A G Ben ton sidetracked Wednesday and gave right of way to his former friend and chiefcounsel the attuned editor who comes befor the public ranting and raging after several months rest from the retreat of privacy The auumed editor sets his gage in the Republic an primary and saws and grinds frail morn til night He that bright nsgelic counsellor fairfamed selfap pointed demigod the hero and pro fessor of Goebelism demander ot the contest apostle of anarchy it was that came before the people of Ohio county unsolicited to advise that the i Goebel law was fair that under iu operation a fair election couldand would be held and now after longI acquiescence and tweet repose thlI happy sweet faced angel rushes into print to advise ReptiWians yes He publicans that there was never such a mockery of justice and fairness North of hell than the primarj election which nominated the present Republican ticket Certainly Mr canned editor you a counterfeit Democrat a pleader for the upright and nobleare capa ble of advising the Republicans ol Ohio county how they should cast their votes 0 certainly you a Moses in the wilderness who does not believe that a Republican in Ohio county would swear the truth on oath are capable of pointing out the path way of righteousness for Republicans We congratulae the citizens of the county on their good fortune In possessing kuch a noble genius of virtue Bat to the serious The aaumcd editor of the Herald talks of top line farce selfappointed bosses perpetual manipulating candidate making machines but does not say a word ol assassination and the rape on jus tice As a matter of fact they can not atlord to talk of their past con duct they tare not review or attempt to defend the contest and the hang ing and damning process which they and theirs invented and we know of no tune quite so appropriate for them to hum as fraud they are experts at the business and this tune can eaai ly be hummed Our former contemporarythe as turned editor knows that the primary recently held was in the open anti it he is not a moral inebriate he is aware of the fact that TilE REPUBLICAN did everything in its power to educate the voter to enable him to cast his vote intelligently and for the men of his choice In order to aid the Repub licans of the county in voting intelligently TilE ItEruiiLiCAX published the primary ballot two successive weeks preceeding the election on its editor ial page and urged upon every man to vote not as others dictated but for the men of his choice and forever hold his peace it But the people understand that a h horse thief is not going to talk of his stealing consequently the assumed editor is in a very embarrassing atti tude His conduct and the conduct of his party is so odious that he dares not defend any part of his party or fits plattorm So glaringly farcical a was the 4th of March convention he p cannot be persuaded to defend it The selfconstituted bosses arranged in advance of that day tie ticket to a manand that was left undone was to ratify No wonder that the assumed editor tins a spirit of diittac tion and evasion He is excusable for his shortcomings lor a man pos log as a gentleman nnd unable to combat argument with argument might be expected to find a typo Iy graphical prror or pproa ether eligul error and launch his bark at Ins making A gentleman you say a rare specimen of gcutlenmn and coy aldico and sneak yea a vagabond behind the curtains Verily this is the character of man which we hay 0 to contend with THAT DEiYArtD Early in the week the Secretary ol the Democratic County Committee Mr John B Wilson came into ou place of business and asked for the poll books of the Republican primary which are in our possession We kindly informed him that those books were property of the Republican party and not tbe Democratic party We therefore could not grant his request Vo understood the purpose of our es- C teemed friend and that purpose wa slot to promote the in tercels ol the Re publican party In politics no courtesies given none asked is on motto and most assuredly would wo not ask courtesies of a party that bad actually robbed us ol our liberties and it requires an immense amount of gall for one of that partys mew bers to ask for political courtesies The Demoaratio party is arranging to poll the county and of course the poll books of the Republican primary would be advantageous to then AI hard as wo have fought Goebelism we would be rash fools to lend them t club with which to smash our brains outThe little hand organ round the corner edited by divers persons comes viciously this week severely arraigning us It follows The MmlM Republican primary election aorotten that It inannfren arv eekfog to hide or dwtroy Try erldeore ot what dU hi ji cn The County 1eke ottVre bao al wny been the place In tht county where elec lion return hare been kept puce whew any Inquiring rltlien might fro and we the records A citizen of thl county went there last week and naked to ace the poll books ot the Republican primary lit waa told that they were not there He then went ton lead Ing machine manager and asked to be allow ed to pea tboce poll book 11M Informed that be could not ee them that they were not fubjert to public Inspection When be fore illd It happen Iu Ohio county that the eople bare been dental the right to exaMIne tha return of an election lint why rail that primary an election After all It wee merely one of thorc little diversion of She machine- a iiort of match4erein which however ootbIDjlIt locbano Wo shall ask our readers to read closly this article It assumes to say that the primary returns are public records and should be lodged in the County Clerks office No Democrat c primary poll books are to be found in the County Clerks office They are party records and should be in care of the party The primary rec ords are not for Democratic polling purpose so lung as we have possession if them but any Republican can in 1spect them anytime The Herald says Ho was informed that he could not see them that they were not subject to public inspection This statement is false a demand for the stubbs was made and not a request to inspect them Gentlemen your gall is certainly abundant after circulat ing petitions asking Republicans to make independent races you are cleverly bold in such demand- sPOLITICSJURY 21 TO 3 While we are constantly advised that there is no politics in this elec tieD the inquiring mind is going to wonder why not If politics should be carried into the sanctuary of jus ticeit ought be a privileged charac ter there ought not be any restric tion whatever its bouids ought to be as limitless as eternity But politics ought to stop at the front gate of the court house yard and never allowed one step further In the trials at Georgetown and Frankfort of Pow ers Youtsey and Aoward our people wondered why these men should be tried by twelve inflamed Democrats We tried to explain the mystery andI succeeded in establishing the fact that the court had virtually ordered con viction and it was necessary to have pliant tools in meeting out their purI pose Here we have an example of poli tics entering court the very abode oi justice How much better is it iu Ohio county When court convened Monday it was made known that thoI jury commissioners had selected 21 Democrats and only three Republic ans The majority should have been on the other side if the majority of voters dictate the mode of govern ment We do not desiro to question the integrity or standing of any gen I tleman in either pannel of the jury So far as we are acquainted with them they are excellent gentlemen but that is not the question at lsauc is politics The Democratic bosses ave enjoined thur laymen to abstain from arguments and have ordered politics out of the present campaign for a purpose known to all but they come to the ball of justice they bring- stheir political machines along and every tingle atom of Republics nism inject eight of simon iureevery Republican juror they orderI eight Democrats The people of the country are at a loss to understand this dickering and many wonder why it is Republicans cant pay their taxes by serving as jurors as ellas their Democratic neighbors It is a matter easily ex plained The jury h selected by a Democratic commission consequent i Democrats are chosen in prefer i g enc tr Bopublloano and jllhAY say no politics should come into the county campaign li occurs to us that when Democracys god is carried to the halls of justice for worship it is high time to call a halt and say to those in the charioted gullotiue thus isr and no faitVer We hope hereaft er when tbe jury is selected it vill be done irrespective of party as was in tended by tIle fathers of our country rCAN liE DELIVERTHE GOODS There are many strange things which occur In politics as practiced by the Republican party in this coun tywith them to win is the thing No matter how tbe result be brought aboutIt was a Republican campaign manager front this county who met T J Russell in Eltzabcthtown some weeks ago ami discussed with that gentleman the means of securing bier withdrawal from the Congressional race It was openly charged and not denied at that time that propositions were made to Russell to withdraw Irotu the race In favor of John W LewisRussell is an exRepublican and is under lloel to bo far less unfriend ly to that party than towardathe Dens ocratelie is known to have been in cK u anti tJiistant communication with ccrtaiu Republican influences throughout all his alleged canvass for CongressOn last ho suddenly an nounced antI that without such an intimation to Isis friends that ho was out of the race- Although this determination was announced on Tuesday bis organ which claims to speak for the Populist voters of this district and which for weeks has been carrying a picture of him on the Irunt page top of column next to reading cano to the people on Thursday without having received a single intimation that their leader had deserted them and still carrying his valuable advertisement in its accustomed place and singing his praises as yreThe information the voters ol this county get of his withdrawal is through the columns of a Republican newspaper which seems a deal more pleased than surprised to furnish tbe newsIt may be mentioned in passing that about the time Mr Russell so suddenly resolved to desert his fol lowers the chairman of the Repub lican CongrcBMsnal committee got on the train at Beaver Dam and in com pany with an exRepublican James P Miller who now assumes to lead the Populists in this county and with whom this same Republican chairman made a trip to Elizabethtown to meet Mr Russell three weeks ago when his withdrawal was first mentioned went oil up tho road When these two gentlemen got back to this county the Republican organ had proclaimed that Russell was no longer in the race and the Re publican party regarded it as settled that the PopuPt votes of this district had by this dealbeen turned over to John W Lewis body soul and breeches Perhaps they had Perhaps the men who have in their mistaken zeal pinned their faith to exRepub lican Russell can thus be delivered like so many sheep to the managers of the Republican party but we hardly think so The vote of these men at the polls in November will demonstrate to whom they belong whether to themselves to vote as they please and for whom they please or to this unholy combine of men assuming to be leaders who un dertake to deliver the Populist vote of this county and this dirtrict to the Republican party1 Hartford Herd October 24 1894 This was the indictment of Mr lingo in 94 against his friend and fellow Democrat Jn P Miller the man that is said to have sold out the Peoples party to a prominent Repub lican which transaction resulted in tho defeat of the Hon A B Mont gomery for Congress and the election John W Lewis Is it possible that our Democratic brethren are so forgiving that this brother is to betaken into full fellowship as a true blue Simon pure throughand through Democrat In all that has been saul of Mr Ringos friend Miller by Tun REPUBLICAN this is the most unkindest THE REPUBLICAN has never charged the Judgo with bartering off his party for cold hard filthy lucre Wo have respected his honesty more howevee we have ser iquely doubted his party patriotism It will certainly be bard for gen uine Democrats to accept the version of their principles by luch a character can a Montgomery Democrat accept the man into his political realm who old his party and with it A B Montgomery for 8200 or any other um According to Mr Ringo this s the attitude of the recent convert to Democracys faith Jaa P Miller The story is short and well told by Ringoread and be wise Oun friend A G Benton1 has made a great todo about the recent primary frauds bo has croaked long and loud about the top line Boss rule and trickery which he says exists n Republican ranks but the poor bewildered and confused SCRIBE has tbPIiicvr how that hart- ford I clique tricked Mr Rowan out of jho Democratic nomination for County Judge for a man without any party identity or party respectability How 8lraugoindcrdthat aDemocratic journal edited by a supposed Demo crat should join forces with n clique to defeat a loyal and genuine Demo crat for the County Judgeship nomi nationchoosingn his stead a political renegade Just why A G Benton should desire a political roustabout for an associate in preference to a substantial lifelong loyal Democrat is question that ho has never an awered Will the Herald scribe dare 7 IN conversation witha laboring man recently wo learned that the mining people were going to pay Mr Tom Jell Smith back in his own corn in November It will be remember ed that Mr Smith was in the Kentucky Legislature in 94 when s Two Week Pay Dillwaa intro duced for the benefit of tho coal min ers That bill said tho coal digger should be paid every two weeks and Mr Smith ruse from his chair and declared it should not be so casting his vote against the bill anti the la boring class Now Mr Smith with out profusely spreading your damn ed good liuckins round please an swer tho laboring mans question Why did you vote against him Mil RAIILANU allowed the Democratic committee to take the poll books of last hilts election and the Assessors books to Democratic head quarters as a scatter of courteyand the contemptable insinuation by A G Benton auumeti editor in the Herald Wednesday were the thanks received for his courtesies Mr Rag land is very indignant about tbmat ter acd should hereafter keep the records in the Clerks office which hi will evidently do From the tone oi the atitimed editor we conclude that the Democratic committee gets fu non when things dont go Itway Thats terrible indeed MR SMITH why did you say you voted against the Two Weeks Pay Bill We overlooked your antwer if you have given any and should like to convey the message to our friends the laboring men You ought inform the boys for they are entitled to home sort of explanation Will you please answer IT is a known fact that Messrs Smith and Miller in company with other members of the town cliquemet and slated tho present Democratic ticket before March 4 andon the fourth asked the convention to ratify Ah indeed a nice lot of self appointed asses TIlE product from the assumed editor mind this week is a couglomer tion of ignorance nod prejudice It is certainly to the discredit of Hart ford that our councilmen allow such a concern to do business in the corporate limits of the town WE haul got no idea why that Arkauiawyer dont fetch that damn ed good beatin round Its dread ful to be oneasy and down at the heels furever We jes might as well take it one time as another A PERTINENT QUESTION Judge Millerwould it bo embarrassing to ask what you have done with that foot you had on the Democratic partys neck in 977 That ought to have been preserved by all means MR SMITH says he carries the vote of Bartletta precinct in his vest pock et When are you going to count them brother Good people of hart letts what are you going to do about it MR BUTLER is attending court this week observing how Cal Keown will preserve order next January Well Tommy you may observe but mind you that is all sayeth the people COOL weather is approaching and we presume that that damned good lickin is keepng pace with the times Do you know that the Republic an majority this fall will be 543 Is it a fact that Frank Wade is going to withdraw from the race i TilE amimcd editor is back at his old post again Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion oi the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of tbe mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube Wheu this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflamatlon can be taken out and this tube restor ed to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out ol ten ore caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflimed con dition otthe mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars Jar any case ot Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENBY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best I 110 JQHN WILLIS Says the Man who put His Name to that Fake Petition I Is a Rebel to the True Spirit of Republicanism Urges Friends to Stand Pat for the Ticket HDITOR KnrunucAN Since seeing the Utters of Mecsts Ieach Benton awl Ioney In your pa per denouncing a petition which Is being circulated over the county call ing upon them to make Independent races I have learned that my name Is being used also which puts me before the public in the attitude of a bolter I desire to say to my Mentis that I IlC1ItionIname on such petition and think hint a rebel to the true spirit of Rt publicanism who would even give his consent I am a true blue Repub lican have never cast any thing but a Republican vote and never expect to It is the duty of every loyal Repub lican to stand for tbe whole ticket this fall for this Is the turning point In the countys politics Boys lets bury the wboe captolle and be done with Go bellies lor all time JOHN WILLIS Sunnydale Aug 7 19 i rWhere the digesllot is good anti the general powers ol the system In a healthy state worms can find no hab itttlonln tbe hutnnn body Whites Cream Vermifuge not only dtitioj every worm but corrects all derange ments of the digestive organs Price 25 cts J II Williams In Notice Stockholders The Board ol Directors of the 1111 nols Central Railroad Company at a meeting held July 18 19x1 adopted the following Preamble and Resolu lions Upon the recommendation of the President the Resolution adopted Ju ly at i897authoilzlng the free trans portation of stockholders over the Companys lines to Chicago andre turn at the time of the annual meet ing ol stockholders was reconsidered and amended so as to read as follows Resolved That until the further order ol this Board there may be is sued to each bolder of one or more shares ot the Capital Stock of the Ill Inois Central Railroad Company as registered on the books ot the Company a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to bis or her registered address to Chicago and re turn for the purpose of attending in person the Meeting of Stockholders Such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the four days Immediately preceding and the day of the meeting and the return from Chicago only oa the day of the meet log and the four days immediately following when properly counter signed and stamped during business hours that is to say between 9 a m and 5 p mIn the office ol the As sistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such a ticket may obtained by any registered holder beI stock on application in writing the President of the Company in cago Each application must state the lull name nod eddress ol the Stockholder exactly as given In his or her Certificate together with the number and date of such Certificate No more than one person will be car tied free in respect to any one holding ofstock as registered on the books ol the Comprny Done by order of the Board of DirectorsA Secy The next Annual Melting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company wilt be held at the office of the Company in Chicago on Wednesday October 16 1901 at noon For the purpose ol this meet log the Stock Transfer Books will be closed from the close oi business on September aist to the morning of October 17th If a dealer asks yon to take some thing said to be just as good as Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madi son Medicine Co ask him II he makes more money Ask jour drug gist m Marble Palace New York Aug SA report is in circulation in Westchester county to the effect says the New York Trib une that John D Rockefeller Is to have a marble palace at Pocantlco Hills N Y to cost something like 1000000 According to the different reports the palace Is to rival some ol the large castles in England and Scotland Ballards SooN Liniment gives in stant relief in cases of BleedlngBurns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and st cts J H Williams m Recolutions of Respect WiiERKAS It has pleased the Su preme Ruler of the Universe to call from labor to rest our sister Ange llne Bratcber who departed this life January 21 1911 RESOLVED That we do hereby ez press our deep sorrow in the loss we hav sustained and to her loved ones whose hearts are wrung with anguish and whose tome is desolate we would commend them to Him who has done all things weU 2 That tbe church bat lost a true aer i B External Symptons The Wood may be In bad condition yet with uo external signs1no skin eruption or sores to Indicate It The sYmPtoms in such cases being a variable appetite poor digestion mi Indescribable ttcakneu and nervousness loss of flesh and a general rundown condition of lbs tystem clearly showing the blood lies lost Its nutritive qualities lies become thin and watery It li In just such eases that S S S lass done some of itt quickest and most effective work by building up the blood and supplying the elements lacking to make It strong and vigorous wife used sev eral bottles of S S S as a blood purifier and to tone a weak IIn- dcmaeldeI6tettt wllh very marked effect byway of improvement We rc a great tonic and blood- spurifierJJIDOPF Princeton Mo the greatest of all and you win SSSla the appetite lm s at once strength returns and nervousness vanishes as ncw rich pure blood once more circulates through all parts of the system- S S S Is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known It contains no minerals whatever Send for our free book on Mood and skin diseases anti write our physicians for any Information or advice wanted No charge for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATUNTA CIA nd faithful member our Sunday School a good worker tbe communi ty n good clllbliall and neighbor the hti binil n iletotetl anti loving wile the children a kind and loving moth r 3 That we extend to the bereaved family the tenderest sympathies of our beasts and that we tow in sot row lor the loss of her whom we have learned to love and will remember them at a throne of grace 4 That a copy of these resolutions be published in The Hatlford Republican a copy be spread upon the minutes ol our Sunday School and a copy be sent to the bereaved family ALICE ALLRN NBTTIB WILLIAMS Com MAUD COLBMAN J Done by order of Union Glove Sun day School Help young Indies to withstand the shock ol sudden proposal thats what Rocky Mountain Tea has done 350 Made by Madison Medicine Co Ask our druggist m Unknown Suicide IndUnapolls Aug 5A young man well ditsstd name unknown entered a hardware store in South III inols street today bought a pistol and- a box of cartridges and in the presence otthe clerks who ti lei to prevent him fatally shot himself in the mouth On the way to the hospital he refused to give his name but said bis rthtivrs did not live In this city It is belitved his home is in Cincin call Blolchea anti excrescnces which so often anroy people are simply effort jI nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance ol her duties Hcrbine will aid and assist nature in her work and insure a skin clear and Beautiful entirely free from all Imperfections Price 51 cts J H Will laws m Born on a Yacht New Yotk Aug 5 A daughter was born to Mrs George J Gould yesterday on board the Gould Yacht Sybarite IT San Bright N J CoifleilLook Is it coated r Then you have a bad taste in your mouth every appetiteistresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach Is weak and your bowels are always constipatedTheres old and re liable cure AVE riuo44 Dont take a cathartic 4 dose and then stop Bet 1 ter take a laxative dose 4 each night just enough to 1 cause one good free move e followingYou 1 very next day Your appetite returns your J dyspepsia is cured your awayIyour liver acts well and your bowels no longer give you trouble Prlct 25 ccnti All drujgliU I hue taltenAyera rill for SS and the best made One pill does me more rood IstaveMnNETALBOT Web 90 1899 Arlington Ken I w1 Kho wj 11 I YI r e 4 t I MidSummer t I Low Price Sale Li 4 i- sJ Tho lowest possible prices wilt prevail horo during 4j tho mouth of August This is n regular cleanup i 1 wtlo and thu goods must go regardless of prices as wo 41 jtIrcIIesDo y ripped and slashed from one end ofstoro to tho oth 41 or These good must go as wo do not carry articles J J1 from one summer to another Jolov wo quoto you J 41 a fLy prices to show you whata littlo money will buy IS j Washable Goods 41Our 50 quality goes for jtfc 4toe quality Be 150 quality 7 laKc 2C quality 150 150 oil quaity for 19c joe quality Or 5 gandles for a6e 24C and ae 41I Ladles 41derwear 5 Ladles Vests at 30 5c 8s 4j izHc I5c 190 and 24 c etc A 47 blJ redutlon on p Ices gives 41 yon these special bargains this li month II j Mens Summer 4 Underwear J Shiits at 2c 33 2t33hC- I loc etc Extra quality Bat 4 brlggan Suits regular price fi A5j43 a Japanese Silk 4l Suits worth fi ooa Suit which Drawfj neatly 1Wo havo odds ends lines below 11111a great sacrifice clean up need anything at all us have what great ISA1KUIN Komonibcr i R T1 9 cocrlb REPUBLICAN Per HrpmrnlallTF I VI ft N HEK1ETT for Inilgr VON Stills For Innrl leek HH KAMI AMD For Allornry LIIEAVHIN For Nil riff CAL IVHtOWJf- ForNcbool Muprrlnlrndrnr JASSEs 5EWEESE roe Jailer TIIOMAH1IHIAVK roe LOWE For JOHN noon Fur orotier BtJI L IIAV1N IfAaiftTRATEI1- KOIIUK UUtrlct UEO JIAItTlNOoiuwfll Mlrlct UIIAHAMHaljhorHprioip flit M C llllLKIIKordMlll Dltrlct MANSIB IloforJ District I IIENIIKII8nOnl IJbtrlct it J VIIXXUockort Dlnttlct District JIIUIIcromllll1olritlT DUIrlct V M IIUATCIIKItKordYlll ION AMEN Uuford Itiitrlct Wll CHANCEItOIIOotrrtown IIENIIY llcWINHONUotkport 1IIlrttI THE NEW WORLD ThrlceaWcek EdltlonAI most Dally the Price of Th rmldentlnl over but the world ROM Juit same and It is fall new andimpartIallyelithe column Tti ThriceaWeek Edition the Nw York which cornea the IM time ayear pttbusherDrerthe English is ipokenand you want I botrtltlonneqnidtd and Tu lUptiBLKiR Rether one year for payPee DONT BE FOOLEDIlbS MOUNTAIN TCA Md by Madison ItkeeppatkigePrice I MifeftMUU jComeall up todate stylesno ape themthey go for nothing LowCut Shoes Ladies Low Cut Shoes from Sot up We are In AJ toiB own Shoe Co and are the latest styles out No company a Shoe than tbe ttabove and this they go ja at A sacrifice i 9Clothing We have a few suits of Sum mer Clothing that must be clos 9ed out and yon can a 1000 9for t17 44 3 for jjWePant that go at onehall 9of original It 9 few and in our several 99will bo sold cost Wo 9 C1 intend to that low prices will do it J Ifyou come nnd sec If wo 9 41 you want and need you surely get ti t 5 the place J COLLINS U 41IIartforc1 ly 9 noil TICKET A County RUfl County County n ArFRANK urvyor 11 IIAKKIIHartforil W JOHN M ED W towB SINNTA islE JKROME ALLENIlartlorJ YORK a at a Weekly roiiiptRn U on lb ol In ot ol World to subscriber language to llM Take paula orllaal ROCKY only MtdU vial price on overstocked t makes better mouth la get about price t n nnd find will newspaper PauADllrillaE lsiUoa Best reached by th- e1LUOIZ ENTflL IL L TkroiKk Ofrtk tU Memphis LoibTlll CIa H tUlil nooId Irtln 01 a d alter say Jt cud roiUUBK o- fSLEEPING CAR WITHOUT CHANGE BETWEEN 1ew OrleansAND BuffaloAn evening departure from New Or leans and a morning arrival at lUflalo DININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARS En route InrtlcoUm ofagntaof tM Illlnob Octroi and eoDiwctlog linn WM non Mr nutfr Agent Nt w Ort m Jtio A HrtiTT DlTblon iaau Agent urniphb WAKiLLniDiaraI 1 Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vlror and cheertulneisoon disappear when the kid ne1 are out of ordej- rdlseastd hubecomethat It Is Hot uncommon lot a child to be born afflicted with weaVWd neys If the child urln ales too oftn If saurine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to withbedwettingIs kidney trouble and the first oftheaethekidneysmost people suppose miserableand both need the same remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of soldbycent and one dollar sizes You may have sample by mai ala pamphlellcl aaapeitas thethousandsfrom sufferers cured In wrltlnr Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N be sure and mention this paper I ISraeli a115 ye wktS 7se tta t5 iIiiowill itLu pm5J7o pe 5 t J u t 1L I f f h I tJff f i I 0r j 4hlc J f I I aI 1 11 c- qt i 4 t C f 4 1- iiI t ttf J rt i t I 4 I J r t i J JtT I ai y j f I t if 1 Io to IAt tili f v io1 wYwe- m 19t tt I MONEYRAISING iAND t MONEYSAVING MON YRAISING for us moneysaving for you This salo commenced August 1st and con tunics until our entire stock of Sumner Merclwn tdisc is closed out Wo mean exactly what wo say t Nothing reserved Wo need too MONEYyou- need the GOODS Entire lino tOe Wash Goods18cA- ll our 125c Wash GoodslOeFigured liuncySwiscsold for 25cI8cF- ancy Figuro Pongees worth 2 cnowlUo Fancy Wash Silks sold for 50onow30c SliQQ et fieQQtmeflt Our lido is now low but wo wanta general clean up So wo make prices that will suit your purse 44 Priesmeyors 100 line now S 80 441riesnoyors 125 line now 100 or8 150 lino now 115 tt IrkIoy orb 200 line now 1555 rSlippers in other makes 50c 7teC 1 i Jt J h This week wo will receive a big lino of 75e and 100 Shirts on which we aro going to make of SOc Dont buy until you seo them Nothingt like them for tho price was over shown in Iiartfo- rddenst afldc10 gSi au 3Elatg + EvoryjStnwv lInt in our house somo 50c some t7Cc some Stin go now for exactly 35e Take advantage of thissurely a bargain for you i2 1ClucIi tUring us your Eggs Chickens Feathers Etc iWo will pay highest market prices THE PLACE IS t J J t Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 9 Illinois Contral Rallroad Tlnv TableI Nw time rand tallow Mal aIsr lite t IKK 1 POOL Nor 1 1 Bound nth llonud No IUdi1atom NoUldaellaam- No ItJ d13IIp ro Mo III dpi t41pm- NIUdat pIa No lit dCg- Loral y rtahtN- olardoerlaam No Ml dro p m B D YAIUITIB Aat- aM I ISO S CURE FOR i h arpCMIii Ie hil M aru tL CONSUMPTION Delicious Coca Cola at the Singe office Get your Milk Shake at the Singer office Nicest line of Cigars in town at Singer bffice a Mr fclartln the Jeweler will repair your platoa- MlMBdith Carton is visiting la Davies county Mr JI Carson IlIlu Marshall county this week 3 Hot Peannts and Top Corn always on hard at Singer office Ice Cream and Sherbet constantly on hand at the Singer office Orange Cherry and Blackberry phosphates at the Singer office C R Martin jeweler and watch makerat Williams drug store Born to the wife ol Thomas Flossy Select on the 3rd Inst a fine girl Potted Turkey Chicken mm Chipped Beef cat Singer office Miss Rower Bowling Green is visiting Dry S JWeddlnga family For Oranges Lemons and Bananas ol course you go to the Singer office Mr A Z King and wile Owens born visited relatives in town first al the week f Messrs W M H flln and Ed Char let Htflin made us a pUnsant call Wednesday 4 Mrs JVoosleys meetings Sunday were greetedwlth packed a house al both services Mr IIIBfaylorandfamilyLouls vllle are around Jlartford Misses Isabelle sad FannieCox wee to Hayjexvllle Wednesday to visit Miss 0STaA nDone blacl 1 mule I old medium size Inlorman will address ratf aV Haitlord LB DAVIS 1- r Mlsa Fern Curtis of Centertown lithe guest of Miss Myrtle William this week I The nicest and newest nptodat line of candles in the city cau tN found at the Singer office I Mrs Same Johnson and son lien ry Louisville are visiting Mr F W Firtles family near town Mr Edward E Bennett Honolula I Hawaii visited the family of Mr J L Carson first ol the week j Mrs T D Renfrew and son Mss ter Herman Earllngloa will arrive today to visIt Mrs S J Wedding A goad wagon and good dralt horses to exchange for good milch cows or buggy E M MILLER I Mrs J A King rear Ciomwell I who was reported dangerously ill last week is thought to be much Improved I Judge B L D Guffy of the Appel- I ate Court was In town Monday Judge Gully contemplates entering the contest to succeed himself next year I A petition was filed In County Court Monday praying that an else I lion be held In llaittotd on the 4th of October to ascertain whether or not I the citizens ot Hartford want open sa loons I Prof U C Barnett lelt Wednes day evening for his home In Foreman Arkansas lie Is engaged in the ped agogle field in the wild West and Is meeting with bright success in his work Mrs Ella Carson McIIenry died Monday ofa complication ol stomach and heart trouble She had been sick quite a while Her remains were bur led at the Carson burying ground No Creek Tuesday On account Owensboro Fair August J3 to 17 round trip tickets will be sold at rate oi one fare for round trip tickets on sale 13th to 17th Inclusive limited lo August 19 for return- S B VANMRTKR Agent ci R Martin the old reliable jew eler and watch end clock repairer h now at the drug store of J H Will lams Hartford where be is prepared to do any and all kinds of work in bIB line t LOSINGFLESSi In aummer can be prevented I Scotts by taking Emulsion J Its as beneficial In summer ao In winter If you are weak or run down It will build you up Send for free ample SCOTT a BOWNE Ch ml 4o9t jocandtioo Furl SIIftt Uldueluvork rMr Mack Raglam has qUI Mrs C Barnett on the sick list Miss Mule Thomas is at home with her parents for vacation Mr S L Stevens near Cromwell has just completed a new residence Messrs E W Hancock and A C Ashby Echols called to see us yesterday Misses Lula and Laina Londo Henderson will arrive today to visit Mrs C M Barnett Mr and Mrs L S Smith Beave Dam were the guests of Mr and Mrs Fon Rogers Wednesday Misses Effie Render and LillIe Mil let are visiting Misses Norma am Eva Brown Centertown Mr L II Condlct our genial depu ty County Clerk la back at his post of duty after a pleasant outing of a lew weeks E W Jacksons Mammoth Phot Tent will be at Prentls from Angus IS to August 30 Will make oae dozen 4x6 Mantellaa for JI 3 large buttons for Soc Satisfaction guaran teed 131 Mrs Alex Median died at her home in Echols Wednesday of consumption She leaves a husband to monm ber death She was a good Christian wo man having been a consistant chris liana long time The remains were interred at fond Run church buryin ground yesterday In the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing relatives one friendsThe recent rains have greatly revived the suffering crops purified the air and put new the and hope into the hearts of the despondent The rJg farmers have suffered wonderfully ani the corn has suffered paralysis it both sides while the creek and river bottom lands have suffered slightly It is thought that there will be less than a ball crop on the ridge perhaps about onefourth but the bottom- lands will yield the usual harvest Remember you can gctTiii RKPCUUCAN until November 10 for only 25c State Sunday Scbool Association We wish to call the attention 01 every Sunday School In the county ti the fact that the annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday Scbool Asso elation convenes at Danville August 20 and continues three days Each Sunday School is entitled to one dele gate for every two or fraction thereo These delegates should be elected by the Sunday School immediately and their names sent to Prof C M Neel of Danville so that entertainment can be provided Every delegate must secure credentials from E W Patterson McIIenry or J Ham Barnes Beaver Dam so as to get free entertainment while at Danville All railroads of the Stale will make ont and one third fare for the round trip on the certificate plan Mr Marion Laurence the recoj sized leader of the world in Sunday School work will be the central figure and the moving spirit of the coa vention p Send us 25c and get rIlE REPUULICAN until after the election SMALLHOUSE KY Mrs Sam Withrow and children Lucy and John returned Sunday from- a visit to relatives in Muhleuburg ounty Miss Fanny Davis who has been vlsltlag her aunt Mrs Cnrg Roll ol Dear Central City has returned home Miss Helen Welbourne who has- been visiting her sister Mrs Tolbert gleheart returned home Saturday the was accompanied by Mrs John A Drake Little Miss Robbie Barnard Hop kins county is visiting her aunt Mrs Jas C Bennett and grandpas its Mr and Mrs G W Barnard at his writing Mr Cas Mason and family who have been visiting friends and rela Lives in Gray son county have reo tuned home Mr Jas C Drake went to Central City Friday Mr Joe Bullock went to Livermore on business Saturday Dom fo the wife of Mr P B Taylor July 23 a ten pound boy Rev Jas Brandon and Froi Wing geld South Carrollton were In out lldit Friday in the interest of the schoolat that place Miss Lela Monte js visiting her uncle Mr Jas Bennett of Mantanzai at this writing Miss Alice Fulkerson ill the guest ol Misses Lucy and Essie Nichols Mr George Bennett visited his aunt Mrs Emma Nichols Hopkins county a few days last week Mr F E Drake and cousins Mr Anther Drake who went to St Louis and Kansas City a weekor two ago have returned home Mrs M P Maddox is visiting rela lives near Echols and Centettowa this week 1 Mr J C Drake went to Rock porl SaturdayDr F Tichenor and family spent Sunday at Mr PB Taylors Mrs Jennie Ross Is preparing t have a new dwelling house built Mr S L St Clair Horse Branch is visiting relatives in this commune ty re Can flooitlpmtlon Fonrn IToqtanQtv ce dlgIblpnluaapi01NT ttO11CrKrQFr ik i T- f J RUSTICUS Earnest Appeal to Honest Voters in Behalf of Su perintendent Rogers Cites Some Startling Truths says the Political Conduct of Judge Miller is too rotten to discuss EDITOR REPUBLICAN We are all for the ticket up here the false rumors have not affected anything Everyone realizes that such resports have their origin in Demo cratic circles It seems very strange that politics should be dismissed this time when they played such a con spicuous part in 97 Yes we hadI fused politics borrowed and traded politics just a general mixture for the purpose of winning Now it is a fact the Democratic machinery has gotten into such a fix that the cry Is no politics in it boys To discuss politics would be to ask Judge Miller what he meant by having his foot on the Democratic partys neck in 97 lie blowed his Populist bazo to the destruction of everything that came before him To discuss polltlcts in this campaign causes his business to become tolling He bad a very gold stopping place in 97 being braced up by two parties Since he has affiliated with the strong er of the two be encounters some danger ol loosing some of the fellows whom he deserted so he Is driven to a point where he Is willing lo have a howl raised to divide the Republican party and slide him in County Judge once more The political history of this man is tco rotten to be discussed therefore it Is claimed that politics must be left out this time Supt Rogers has a record that is above reproach He is a genuine Re publican and has been tried and found faithful to his trust This explains the whole matter the only charge against this young man is that his politics wont do he is too strong in his belief lIe had the courage ol his convictions in fighting for the right and condemning the wrong during his time as editor ol Tug RRPUBUCAN The fight against Goebellsm was too strong for some ol those fellows who branded the Republican party as a baud oi assassins and charged them with everything but thelt calling them murderers and outlaws Wasthata1l1 No theywere willing and wanted to see their legal Governor W S Taylor hung by the neck until dead I believe it is claimed that the man who voted for Jno W Yerkes was en dorsing murder and outlawlessness If this were true it would be admitted that a majority oi Ohio county voters were a bad set of fellows I voted for Mr Yerkes end in doing this I was voting for a man who had never taken the life of his fellowman a man who had never broken the heart ol a loving mother by taking the life of her dar ling boy Did Mr Yerkes do this or was it Mr Goebel Every school hay In the State can answer this question correctlyFellow Republicans these are some 01 the charges arrayed against the pasty which our fathers fought to maintain They gave their lives to save this government and to unite Its people I wonder what the proper pltbet would be for a band oi fellows who were willing to see dethroned the legal officers ot our State and placed Instead a set of men who were never elected by the people Facts are stub born things RUSTICUS Come to Stay- I am not a KING CURE ALT IN WATCHES Nor one else I- bave had 27 yearstperleace inclnd Lug apprenticeship I am located at J H Williams drug store I am here permanently In other word come to stayV Not withstanding reports to the contrary I Intend to bring my family here where we expect to be lawabiding citizens I am not running from pillow to post and leaking money out one town to help build up others Bring your work tome and you will receive the best work at the lowest prices C R MARTIN Jeweler After the Drought Rains in the West and central states are increasing in area and volnmennd the prospect is that the drought Is oncluslvely broken It is not to be one of the kind that lasts through a whole year a form of calamity known in the past more than once The far mer still has time foraction It must be on a more limited scale but the reo suits should be imiOitant The earth is thoroughly warmed and with mois ture a seed or plant should fairly lump in growth Fodder is evidently Ian urgent necessity and an immense amount can be produced if moderately iivoiable conditions prevail during the remainder ot the season Prompt action is cox the first consequence Losses can be counted later The tight course is to make the utmost of the time remaining until killing Irost arrivesVegetables ol many kinds can still be raised and the demand for them in view of the short supply so far is likely to be unusually profitaole Uv ery blade of feed saved for domestic animals has its value But some might say there maybe more drought an early frost or other backsets A farmer who talks in that fashion it N 1aJ t uot built lor success The only plan now is to do the utmost to retrieve the situation and hope for the bet The energetic and sanguine may fall the Inggard and despondent must fan There have been many worse drought even though the temperature lately broke the record for a few days A spirit ol wise indulence should be shown to those who have suffered most heavily and farmers themselves have never been lacking In generous fellowship In a short time proba bly the situation in Missouri and ad jacent states will wear a different as pertGlobeDemocratCircuit Notes Circuit Court convened Monday with Hon W T Owen presiding The following gentlemen constitute the jury panel for this term L R Goodill J S Cecil R N Duke Pale Taylor D C Leach II S Duke L C Hoover J A Duke WL Mc Kennon B P Calvert G W Shullz Jessee Dellaven C M Everly Mc Dowell Fair C D Chick J I Hard er C L Warden A B Stanley Jas R Coppage Jas H Lord W L Hocker Loble Bean Felix G Willis and L H Hammond Several pieces of valuable real es tate were sold by the Master Commis stoner Monday The following cases were continued to the next term of court W B Chlun vs Taylor Coal Co A M Hudson vs James Loyd Same vs J M Tucker L D DtWeese c vs R H Basbam W T Eoswell vs Mack Woerner Margaret A Wells vs Wm A Welle Kilt C Byers vs Wm Moss c Also the following cases were continued with alias process Warden Bushnell c vs P E Wing Robt Reddish vs Isaac Sally Clarrlssa Bennett vs W J Wilson A Mc Kenny vs H S Ward e The case ot B N Patterson vs E J Taylor etc is now on trial The cases of Bncbannan vs Over ton and M E Tlcbenor vs W P Render were dismissed settled The following visiting attorneys are in attendance at court this weekI Judges L P Little and C W Massie Owensboro W A Helm and Speed Gully Morgantown B L Kelly iIit naville S P Roby Fordsville C B Rhoads and C D Chick Beaver Dam and Capt J W Waterman a regular practicing attorney of Evansville who was admitted and allowed to prac tice in the Ohio Circuit Court Miss Carrie Yates Rochester is visiting Miss Ida Park r For 25c you can liavo all the county news until Novem ber 10 a rare opportunity T No one knows the unbearable tor ture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by piles unless they have suffered from them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible cnre Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts J H Williams m Marriages Edgar Duncan Ceralvo to Miss Ida Belle Williams Centertown Ed ward Blackburn Hartford to Miss Neoma Rue Hartford CENTRAL GROVE KY August 5 The angel of death en tered our community July the 31st and wafted the spirit of Mr G S Sheffield to the celestial land He professed faith In Christ about two years ago during the time since he has lived a devout Christian life Pun eral servicee were conducted by Rev E D Maddox after which his body was laid to rest in West Providence cemetery to await the resurrection morn We all fade as the leaf Mr Leslie Miller who has been sick for several weeks is able to be againMisses Madle and Ada Park attend ed chnrh at Centertown Sunday Miss Ora Miller is visiting relatives- at Williams Mines Miss Kitty Berryman was the guest of Miss Rosa Loney Saturday night Mr E R Bishop has moved to Beaver Dam Mr and Mrs O M Bishop and lit tie son Leon spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mr Harlau Faughts The entertainment at Mr Henry Davis Saturday night was quite an enjoyable affair Mrs A W Ross visited her par eats Mr and Mrs Tho R Bishop Sunday AONESIA Mr Ed Hall and Mr Mant Rowe Centertown became involved in a quarrel yesterday afternoon which resulted in alight wounds for Rowe on the head with knacks or a pretty hard fist A Card of Thanks We wish to return the sincere thanks of our hearts to our many friends and neighbors for the assis tance rendered sad sympaty us in the long illness death and burial ol our darling daughter May heav en bless them is the prayer ofher sor rowing parentsIljr0 STEWARt AND WIFE The laws of health require that the bowels move one each day and one of the penalties for violating this law is piles Keep your bowels regular by takink a dose of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by Z Wayne Grif fin BrollIS j eoyerrw l- ror General Debility Pay In nnd out there Is the feeling r vreakiicxs tint makes a bunion of Iliclf- 1ocxl clofs not strengthen slap duos not refresh It Is lard to do Lard to bear what should bo easy vitality lion the ebb and tlio whole rytpm tuners For tits condition tako floods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood elves vigor and lono to nil the organs functions and Is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions IkHJU IlLL cure cootipatlou 21 cent STRONG APPEAL For Young DeWeese by a Friend and Neighbor A Review of Ills Struggles Con trasted With Ills Opponent TmsLKn KY Aug 6 To the voters ot Ohio ciunty The question of selecting a School Super intendent will scon present Itself Be Ing a resident ot Shreve and having known both candidates from child hood I feel called upon to say some thing In regard to their race I am a Republican and feel sure that the pub lie will be inclined to question what I may say This is just what I am de slrous ol having done feeling that an honest investigation will more than bear out what I am about to say Mr Godseys father Is a prosperous farmer possessing a large farm on the banks of Rough creek L W God sey had exceptional advantage in early life to obtain an education but seemed to be content with an ordina ry education only attending college- a few months For this reason his education does not extend beyond the pale of the common school course Sharply contrasted with his life of easy circumstances are the early struggles of young DeWeese He caught his Crstgllmpse ot this strange world in one of the rude log houses of our fathers In respect his early life is not unlike that of Lincolns left an orphan at the age of twelve years with lour bothers two of whom were very small he learned the lea son of selfreliance Ills patient struggle and Industry against ad verse circumstances commend him to all with whom he came in contact At the age of 19 he had obtained a certificate and began teaching At the age of 32 he was appointed to a place on the county board of examiners At 24 we find him the posses sor of a state certificate At 24 we find him graduating with honors from the Valparaiso College with the de gree of B S being one of two Ken tncklans to receive that degree Thus we have the uncommon spectatle a young man with no fortune but the talent which nature gave him and no aid save an indomitable energy ris ing from a common farm laborer to a college graduate in the short space ol six years y Over against Godseys common education we find DeWeese the pos sessor of a fairly good knowledge oi higher mathematics the tatural science English literature and the Latin language All this having been acquired by him without any fi nancial aid from any source save by his own labor Before voting the public is invited to look sharply into the records of each ol the aboro named gentlemen as teachers In the Ohio county schools Not alone should the educational qualifications of these men be consid ered but their private lives should be ventilated ro that the people may know just what kind of a man they are getting for Superintendent This office is of such Importance and the Influence which its occupant for good or evil is so farreaching that the public is entreated and warned to look carefully alter their Interests before casting their votes Hoping that these few words wilt be instrumental in causing the intelligent citizen to investigate I am very trulyA R Herbiue Is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it thor oughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors and expels all impure secretions ol the body Price 50 eta J II Williams m Farm for Sale Ninety acres ol land filty in cultl vation balance well timbered good buildings fine water two and one half miles from Sulphur Springs one mile from school house and church Ap ply to W A CLARK itf jingo Ky A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of Ballards Horehound Syrup in all cases o Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and 50 cts J H Williams m Six Million a Year Did you ever atop to consider what a million means Multiply this six times and it shows you how popular Cascarets are and what great merit they possess For last year over six million boxes of this wonderful medi cine for liver and bowels were sold In this country alone The American people know a good thing The sales ol Cascareta prove It Tne medicine is the best lor the bowels the price right loc 250 and Soc a box and a SOC box is a whole months treatment for the worst kind of a case It is a pleasure for us to advertise a medicine 7 ii eM- aaPetE Everybodys Store IiWAS never better prepared to supply your needs Jjat a normal cost than now Additions of now fto every department to meet tho demands of II- at the season at a range of prico to suit any custom or All kinds of country produce taken in ox 1 change for goods Cish t SS 00 S- Our I Wash Dress Goods fabrics are too numerous 9p to mention But a look through this lino is suroP to prove satisfactory to yourself as well ns the firm iS Ii UiWite CUSS Sooda fJI India Linens in all grades from 5c to loc Ii Dimities in the neat and tasty effects at a varieflP ty of prices IS checksfJI It is as necessary to keep tho feet cool as any p other part of tho body and with this end in view fJI tatwo are prepared to show tho best lincf of stylish up Slippers in tho county Also quito a line p of good easy ones for old as well as young and midfl dieaged fJI lil t 1 fJI In order to complete tho summer wardrobe it is tat necessary that you tpp oft with a nice stylish Hat i And with this wo aro well prepared to compote fl tho task for you fJI oMJShoes UnderwearShirts l Wo arc certainly I after your trade and believe we can justly merit it CtQ Se Business in this department still grows This aweekwill bring more now Carpets Oil Cloths Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains minds and Polowill bo now arrivals in this department this week ill t 11e cnn furnish any atih m mJ tthing swear ou need tofl P need to eat furnish I till V bllllll you antlcan your house from top to bottom Visit us and you v will bo convinced of our ability to save you both m time and moneyt t a a 1attt ltS te1BeaVer Dam Icy fJI aacca cccc New Livery and feed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times The most polito attention given customers rind tho kindest caro taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZERS STRICTLY CASHSXT A C TAYLOR FroprSUCCESSOR TO KEOWN TAYLOR HartrOrtd entUcky like this as well as to endorse the makers and ask our readers to buy ItI The Rush of Homeseekers A scene Is presented in Oklahoma I that could be matched in no other country than the United States A distribution of quarter sections of government land at almost nominal cost began recently and will be continued until completed Nearly one hun dred and seventy thousand applicants have come forward to comply with the required conditions Only 1300 can be successful but the others are familiar with the terms will submit with true American cheerfulness There Is some particularly valuable land connected with projected town sites a good deal of arable land and some In the mountains whose value unless In minerals is slight But every foot ol It will be allotted to somebody and be will be one oi fourteen willing to take it As a gauge of the pressure for homes in a new country this event is exceedingly in teresting The national government could have made a great deal of money by selling this land to the highest bidder but the longestablished policy is to encourage the home builder and to make the operation cost him the least not the largest amount In the older regions oi civilization hundreds ol millions are borwho can never hope to be owners of land But In this country the industrious can acquire a home on terms that are within the reach of every man and woman The homestead law Identified with the early years of the Republican party has been doing its beneficent work for a generation and the spectacle in Ok lahoma is but one ot many examples of the generosity ol the government in opening opportunities to its citiz ens In some respects the method of allotment this time Is new but the purpose is the setae the creation of uew homes at a minimum of cost to the homeseeker St Louis Globe Democrat I LderatOYoathotretewltpCUCNICaner o monu Cumberland Tilijkiii AND telegraph COmpany lNCOmOnATD Operating exchanges and toll lines lu Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirtyfive States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Reader McIIenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possi ble and make a specialty of furnishing service to parties living in the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky C S McCuLLOUGH Manager Rough RIVer Teleononi CompanJ litrOIPOllTCD Talk being cheap nnd necessar should patronize home folks where you don buy your own phones build own lines in talking distance with the whole county and business points generallyuy only paying a rut to Rough Rivor TelephooeCompanyor they will be attho vholooxpenso if you F Stow rs Hartford lyYrfor particulars- We connect with all Indmndenl Companies The beauty thief has come to stay Unless you drive the pimples and I blackheads away Do this dont look like a fright I Take Rocky Mountain Tea tonight 1 Ask your druggist Di tic T i- S if tI l- c t Ftt 1 1 J 1 I l iVV VVV ii J I 4 i III 4 Tim Kind You Ilaro Always Bought anti which hns been in uso for over 30 years lifts borno tim signature e1 has been inado under his per c2 Tand supervision since its infancy r I Allowno ono to deceive you In tills All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justnsgootl nro hub Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of Infants mid Children Experience ngalnst experiment What isCASTORIACos- torln is a harmless substitute for Oostor 011 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Ilcasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo mibstancc Its NO Is its guarantee It destroys Worms I fill allays Vcvcrishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Dowels giving healthy nUll natural Bleep Tho Children Panncca Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORSA ALY- AYScCi Signature of WThe Kind You Have A1ws Bought In Use Fcr Over 0 Years TN CINUN CON tV MUSMA S Sift NW ou CItY Frftu nAII FIELD SON=01 OrOXtO == TRANSFER LINE== IVC= XA1 ===J A J CJAv A BARTFORD ISLES A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE nOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATROGE SOLICITED uu A BOON TO MJUVKINDIC o DRTALS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A jw Dusccvcry for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTirPT4L PILES WITHOUT PAIN CUHL VHSRE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED rtVY MAIl 7G CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BW ssb Precr 310 North Mala Street ST LOUIS MO V CREAMVVORMSlIoitlnQouutr nIIQUAllty Fcr 20 Yssrs Has Led ail mm Remedies WmqwGOLC aT ALL caCGoGoXr3SIt- pared b7 JAMES P BALLARD St Loui- sA L BUSINESSEDUOATIC oryoanK NUI con tdd IIIul nr rnIortntl To t your trdiuliiK ut theIiooI that nundlb therrrjrtront rank She Sryant gtratton Sasiness College = CV = == =C= Qsn 11rl1 tiiKhini rni h one aVRIIat In liU line Irnd14 JIlt 14 IIJ XU 1 t nl tbk ii uru i rvtml ly I o lnn bons Write fur n proiiAV 1 t ru otliiT fhucils thiui van Lint none that can ollor our in II r 8 rCei a Year Luos Than a Penny n rjumbr n- l THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ca I After a career of more or IltR activity In tim Southern field for I LccomenworlllOVtIwllrlndnullYouaclYlIonta1lzIuIN Mod Roain1yndc4 LovcrshyIairc lliouip Interestthrevihtaitoub IU Qoiitai for n filII ytJIr fit It llrlllk ot Jt 60 cents agentscmTaiiwton HlxnclAhbnrsttd card iclJvidIVVt you ieiiil nt once A club ot live at tOccnta entitletheY Ilia itzriiy ttdUth Is your oM frkrul In II JlItV ama iii 9 Houth1llterury nilSoulhernrttolbnibotliforoiilySlaSnycar itemlt that nuiuuift iaisiraoaJItcrry I Addis all lutt m and KinlttatieoH to LTTTLAIJL AMERICAN iVE TMijT COMPANY IncoporatcdC I IZsJoOOOAMOUNTAddress all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMs TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Hartford Republcan rI1 IDA Y AUGUST 9 TONSORIAL ECONOMY Dry Shaving responsible for the Beardless State of Most Chinese Dry shaving has been a blessing to China nnd in less than 300 years his almost removed the beard from the faces oi the men ol the empire observed an intelligent Chinaman to a Star reporter This is easily verified by nn examination of any of the nld prints ot Chinamen lor all ol them show longbeardedmen In tini Me pio1ietoundout that there was no paiticular use for a beard and that the wccrlng of it was expensive outsHe ul the time actually occupied in ttlmmlng or shaving it How nnry Americans to day are forced to srxrd several hours a week in the biers chair Many men that I kmw Americans and Europeans rend 20 minutes in the bathers chair every day Thf C Iramen of the olden times tli ki oi a Chinaman that figures isartt In your prints for the Chinnrr never seems to have gt als plctutr in your books at all ULtil within the last 5 j years at most awnys wore a long beard in reality- q well as in the pictures flat even- e bend out that there was no ncces Ity for it The learned men of the em ire were asked to conider the ttRtter and they arrived at the con clusion that dry shaving was to some extent a remedy Anyhov official edicts were Issued giving this tutor mation The old fellows who had beard ol course were not in it and they lived out their days and passed out of existence with full berd but the young were asked to dry shave Thus the reform started and in five or six generations of people the beard has practically sapperrcd so that the average Chit man of today does not have to dtotc one have honr in a month 4 keep his face hairless In the next two generatons beards are expected to disappear It took time to bring this about but iu the life of a nation such a tbicg as a cen tury should not be all wed to count much I think bearJs would disap pear from Americans and Europeans In five generations of people if the people wanted them o disappear Washington Str- rCAS r OnABun theIIIKM Yrj Han Wwts tagfct Bignttnre cf t- Secretary J WlUoa thinks the reports oi crop destruction horn the West have been exaggerated that the corn has progressed too far to be entitely ruined by any heat yet experienced Let us hope that he is right h Slow Ira Your Kldntyi I- Dr llobl1 S arniiin pills rare alt kidney till Ptm olrree Add titii imcdr OaCMcuo or N V Essay on Tobacco by a Canadian Girl A Toronto tVher recently asked the girls in a juior class to write an essay on Tobacco Following is a verbatin copy in part of one of the compositions Tobacco is a leaf of a tall plant it takes all the rich roil out oithe ground then yon can not plant the tobacco in that field the next year A drop or two of nicotine that is in a sttong cigar will killa man The nicotine is poison Tbe nicotine gives A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under Tho Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid pasterormmucunus membranes causing them powerful entirely eaten away tie same memo branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastc and ointments cannot reach the dvuse An old and experienced prortUioner who hasI tor many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment of Catarrh has atlast perfected treatment which when Aitifully used not I permanentlycause stopping the discharges andC curing all iiifhmmatlon It Is theI only remedy known to rcience that partsThisSnuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremelyllow pr ce of One Dollar containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to Its perfect use Souffles is the only perfect Cure ever made and is now recognized as the only sale and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all inflamatlon quickly and permanently nnd Ialso wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold In the head- sCatarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffles wit save you it you nse it at once It is no ordinary remedy hut a completeI treatment which is restively teed to cure Catarr in any firm or stage if used accoJing to the direc Lions which accoipany each package Dont dels ut send for It at once and witte fiiM particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer ofa this wonderful remedy regarding beyonddieGuarantee vxtarrh CuretSent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt oftDne Dollar Address Dept I win D Giles Company 2330 and 332 Market street Philadelphia I the Tobacco its taste and smell Why man rays he smokes tobacco one man 11111 it tunkes him think bettei aro 1 or ttmn says it to make him not too think titter another says It helps to1keepto snake themeselves to kok like a man the right reason men use tobacco Is because they like it and they do not care if it harms them or if it dont Canadian Tobacco Journal If you have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels or diarrhoea so common to small children O P M Holllday of Deming Ind who has an eleven months old child savs Through the months ofJune and July our bady was teething and tok a running oil oi the towels and sickness of the stomach His bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cho era and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once For sale by Z Wayne Grif finBro m Great Prehistoric City Found- A prehistoric city of immense proportions is said to have just been un earthed on the Navajo Indian teser vatlon between Datango Col and Farmlngton N M the particulars of the find having been repdrted to the Santa Fe system A palace vas found containing it is said about one thousand separate apartments some of them in an excellent state of preservation Anoth er stone castle contained one hundred separate apartments- In some lof the remains Inspected were found the finest of woods and other relics of a valuable character specimens of which have been gather ed and sent to the Smlthsonla Insti tute Exchange Only a Mask Many are not being benefited by the summer vacation as they should be Now notwithstanding much out door life they are little if any stronger they were The tan on their feces is darker and makes them look healthier but it is only a mask They ate still nervous easily tired upset by trifles and they do not eat nor sleep well What they need is what tones the nerves perfects diges tion creates appetite and makes sleep refreshing and that is Hoods Sarsaparilla Pupils and teachers generally will find the chief purpose ol the vacation best subserved by this great medicine which as we know builds up the whole system Iookl A SIIIeI III Time SftTM nine IlngbrVTonle taste plRbll taken In Spring nnd Full ir Ttnt bill UengtM and Malarial Fevers Art on bet llrrr tone tip the vjrstem netter than Calomel and Quinine Contain no Aronle try It At Drag rUU SOc and ILlS bottl p Dont Tobacco Spit and Sniott Ton lUt br- To quit tobacco easily and forever be magnetic lull ot lire nerve end vigor take NoTo Iiac tbe wonder worker tbnt make ealc men strong All druggists SCO or II Cure guaran teed Booklet end sample tree Addren Sterling Itemedj O ChIcago or New York All this talk about European Tariff combination can be discounted and squelched by a Tariff on tourists A head tax of 10000 on each American going to Europe would take the bread out of the mouths of the kickers over the waterJersey City Jou- rnalirnfeed9 O YearlyMen and Women of Rood tddre to reprment 08 ftorav to travel appointing agent other for local work looking our intereit ttUOO inlary guaranteed yearly extra conmUilon abllbIdpoelUnuliberalWrite at once Xltl- lSTIFFOIII PltllSN 33 Clinrch Ni Aen IlHitii Coon Usrlanil Tilitliiig AND Jelegraph Company connected in nXCOIUUItATIWI thlrtyfiveStatesan exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Centertown and countryThey their service as possibleservice to parties living in the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchangeRites I other information may be obtained at the exchange over Will aws Drug Store Hartford Ky C S McCotLOUOH Manager Dont Want to Buy ItThe WidowThe butber offered melds hand thl iflornlng II The MaldAnd did ItIThe WldowhNo indeed You see he tried to work it off on me with tbeI teak but I made him take it off tbeI scalesIDONT BE FOOLEDI Take the genuine original I ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEAl Mad only by Madlion Mncine MlftrJkeep you IIInI For Whose Benefit Russia does not like our Tariff and therefore say the Tariff tinkers the Tariff must be changed Other coin tries do not like some provisions of the law and therefore these must also be changed It might be worth while LIONCOFFEEA LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL IWatch our nut ndvcrtUement Tablespoonful TABtESPOONFUL Lion Coffee LION COFFEE insist not Sin every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully llluttrated and list No housekeeper In fact no woman man boy or girl wilt fail to find In the list some article which will contribute to happlneii comfort and convenience and which they may by simply cutting out n certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages which is the only form In which this excellent coffee Is sold WOOLSON 8PICB CO TOLEDO OHIO to stop a minute and discuss the ques lion whether we make our Tariffs for the benefit of other nations or for our own benefit II for the benefit of Russia Germany and England we might as well turn the work of making the Tariff over to them and save the ex pense of Congressional labor on It But there is little prospect that the Tariff tinkers will Induce the people to listen to them Conditions are pretty fair now and there are not many who want to go back to Demo cratic times such as we hind In 1893 to 1897 Mollne 111 Dispatch Itnet with yen whether eooilni arekUUni tobeeo Cebit H UTDA CJr rtnOTeilbedwIr for tobftwo with oolaerroBtdAJtreeieirelir tine porlOt the r 01 tone oukoed go tnNlC 4 000 itti r fi j1DI OT HAtrroo tlI roarJlo dror uiwk iT k ltwltk Oei rn117rS Ibole Sil- lqVpaaJt efl at nretied a- ieee lii IVI Ia C lBettys Butter Betty Dotter bought tome butter But she said this butters bitter If I put it in my batter It will make my batter bitter But a bit of bette butter Will but make my batter better So she bought a bit of butter Better than the bitter butter And made her bitter batter better So twas better Betty Botter Bought a bit of better butter Montreal Star THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EditionM most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The Presidential campaign If over but the world Roe on met the aame and It U fall olnem To leara this new Jut an It U promptly and Impartially all that you bays to do I to look In the column of TbeTbrIceaWeck Edition of the New York World which come to the cub irrlber IU times a year The ThrtcetWeek World diligence 00 a pub tliiber of Scat new boo given It circulation whir etertbe EnglUh language U upoken aod you want It- The TbrlceaWeek World regular lxerlp lion prim I only f100 per year We otter thU un ualed newnpnper and THE llErcnucix to Rether one year for 114- 0Thareutarubcrlptloa price of tbe two pop I 1200 Mr Croker may decide to try an absent treatment upon Tammany dur ing the trouble next allSloux City Journal r Table Talk Did jon ever drink any of these substitutes fur coflec asked the landlady of her star boarder Let me see he musedh8vnt Ir boarded with you for nearly seven years Yes she replied but Then he interrupted you ought to know that I havnt drank anything else during that period Exactness- Ah said the sympathetic man I see you have contracted a cold No answered the man who tried to be accurate even amid sufletlnp I have expanded ftVaabungton Star Why the Bride Was Mad Are you the editor demanded the young woman as she burst Inh the sanctum sanctorum of the entire stall of a country weekly not a thousand miles from Newark the other day Everybody who does business with a country weekly begin their re marks with that question so the ed- Itor sawDothlng unusual in it and owned up that he was that person I thought you might be wet on the young woman Now Icole here do I look as though I would wear madeover clothes to get mat ied in The editor looked his Ir terrogatorover and said that he did not think so What did you say so foi asked he visitor The newspaper man wheeled around in his chair and looked hard at the young woman Me he exclaimed why I nev A to a Cup is THC cute rOR MAltiNG corrce BUT OF A or will give you stronger coffee than a tablespoonful of any other kind Hero is whore you save money I USE I Always upon getting It LION COFFEEi- s absolutely pure and a coffee which is glazed or coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to hide imperfections descriptive their have lnptIntyprInaU er said fo II I Just read this and then deny It said the excited young woman as I she thrust a recent issue of his jour nal under his nose The editor read I as followsuTbe bride was beco- mluly gowned in white organdie made overnnd there the sentence ended It took some time for the editor to explain that some one had left some i thing out Newark News I If things continue to move as they have been of late In England will Britannia continue to rule or will the I ruling be done by an American syndlj cate Harrisburg Pa Mr Waltersons newspaper is re ferring to Mr Bryan as a visionary antI heady young person who is now exjocirg himself to derision IJe orr rUt him with the waspwhich MnM to be biggest when hatched U lint Mr Watterson was for Mr I A year ago and Mr Bryan UranI charged IndUnn ols Journal H Hfihotherfew rnothcn art hullhy txuuw their dutici art so exacthni The anxiety orrf9WIC the shock of childbirth isa ears of young children art severe triili on any woman But with Wine of Ctrdul within her craip evtry mothtr woman In the und can ply thl debt or ptOIW health SM owu her loved ones Do you want robust health with all Its prlvllesu and citatum Win of will Sin It to you tmfCAKDUI strengthens the female organs and Invlj oritu functions For every female III or weaknut It It the but medicine made Ask your druggirt for 100 bottle Wine of Cudul and take no lubiUtute under any clrcunuUncu- Ura Edwin CAN Come Mldu Then I corunoaltaing WIe of cduIl w brdly h- iioa the beau Two week oIorl withal NIl mils end 4AJ borria WiwG ey- ntnrchLI1wibornieMrd with Iboi poioo 24 bout 14M to ribs him ra i bosi fctnuu I bade mith Abet wait thi kie dnzin tnpuaft thladmaIabi1blatrudi tabbyt4ad miU Ubor coir Iwo boil with lout btU Ha and oca I hit in =thick n2t cJJifVoeadics laos rep4rtng pUL44ZICde- idre aI 1 ThtanrJO Teen Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis eourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out ol order or disused Kidney trouble has become 10 prevalent that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urln Iheicontrol the It Is yet afflicted with bedwettlnc depend upon It the cause of this difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a disused condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit amost people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is 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betuwaiouieyiUTrain Not p Md II m oUrS between LoWand ETcurtll c rrjlD Ckalr Con 8d iSsy trains IwtwMm Loobtm aid Ht LonU mrrr CM Parlor 1ar- 4ihtTralpabtwea IxnbTlll nd 81 loui witsbuctervkFor tkkiu sad farther UlorcUUaa apply to- an sga SuviSera hallway II II Hpcknr Oral Mia Ht Louis Woo H II IUrdl aeni rM lit WaiblDRton 011 Allw AMtOn IMtAKt St Louis Wo NEW THROUGH LNE unvEil lrAlflrltU AItD CHICAGOA new through car line his beca established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwee Bvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattooa Champaign end the road from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D B Ry The services Is as lollows NORTH BOUNDDally lXi SOB Lv Bvansvile 730 pm 730 am Ar Chicago yiooata 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Dally Ez Sun Lv Chicago 840pm Syoara ArEvantville 8050 m 5jop m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol you ocal ticket agent OROPSYrrx u MpoI UtItyt as lu bWIhIrdI of aU S7Rp30mrIv SrLLsI1ws erais COW PEASA5R SOJA BEANS are two of the mod profitable crop grIaandOther Maonble ecdi you may nerd SeaniSorghumCorn UuckwbMl RapalJc Wa carry the LariMt sad Set oc4 lection of Seed In th Central VVt andPlowerIroroUonFaun prorldlnr you mention thl paper nerdandWm Sims sCt ISBDIaikdtazVL- OU8VILtC KENTUCKY acUu Jtt0 j C 1lMd it r1I L r i 1 lfJ IL2e Hn c u- d h JJ 1 J rj I I a t I 4- C f 4 3 5 f 1k 1 J 1 l1 r i J 1 oi 1 1 t f 1 ti r l to I iIJIj So J TVT