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THE HAETEOBB REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PATY IN THE FOURTH GONBRESSIOm DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 16 1901 No4I in longer ntglectthe uddenjust as ominoua When the body begins to lose in flesh when the cheek is hollow and the akin attlow It is Warningthat failing of nourishment It IIa condition of a weak stomach and n weak a atom I lnvohestPieree Golden Medical Ducorery cures au of the stomach and other of Idigestion anti nutrition and cures through the stom mInglrorigin organsThere In the n Discovery and It is absolutely free opium cocaine and all other narcotic ntfort I commenced to air sour medicine I ndtoCTIIedayIatnytedn4ban meU fire bottle of the Golckll FnortlelftocriDduNow I In like a newwomau and I want the world to kaoI Dr pierce Medical Adviser 1008 we laper binding on receipt of 31 onecent stamps to pay stampforR V Pierce Buflalo N V lPW a loS 1 M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will practln Wi protnulon In nil toe ronrU ol CourtotApIIlpLIl t ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTFOIin KT win prattlraht profculoa lan th roorUot hiar dCourtol ApnwiU Ironjitaiiil SITn alt liiwentniitrd to kin Offln arrr Uklo County Hank 1 JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIHARTFORD KY Hprclal attention mim to rnllwtloas mating b trarti Ae al o Notary Petite lor Otto roan U oMen Borth 1010 peblle aqaarv C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW iiHrr iui KY WIllpruUrabUpruhwiloB la tilth rnnrtaot Ohio and dnli liKcniintk andrnartol Apwol Hpudal attention jives to all bnilnMtrntnuted to au cur Ufneela Cw ttJm omm In conrtbouM it F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTrniin itrV- III prutlr In the ronrU or Ohio enonty unit Court of Appeal Irompt attentlna Urn to all I bnla M to hU tare Offlcv la Herald ktlldlna J E DAVIDSON Attgrjiey at Law I hARTFORD KY wIn iraetk his rolloa In Ohio aIlloln- aatWrKIIIIIalloak glten to nil bust BMS eatmted to his can L S P ROB- Y44oi1YEYT t t LA W Will rani his prol tna In sIt the court of Ohio and adjolnlngconntlm nnd Court ul Appeals Special attention si Tea to Ddloa JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAWS MARTrOttn KY R Rnerlal attention irlren to nil business entrust i ad to CTL Ufflcs la courthouse C N- ATTORNEY BARNETT AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice bis proteMlon In nil tbe court ol Ohio and adjoining countIes RpMlal attention wIth b aires tu all bntlnes entrusted to hU ear ColltctlQui a specialty E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattles his profession In all this eonrta of Kentucky attention given to collections ettlenent lit decedents estaton rond case and criminal practice Olflce npstalrs Irlnlu block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at lAW HARTFORD KY YUI prnrtlr hi profmNlon In all themurtaof Ohio and adjoining conn tin nnd the C mrt of A p rmmnt given to nil bntlnraa ntrniUd to omceht UircBLtcm building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law i HARTFORD KT Will practice hi profession In IhoconrUof Ohio and aiUolnlnic CUVJUM Alo Noted 1nbllc 1 Southern Railway Through El ht He t Bonthern Stats- sKENTUOKYTENNESSEIiT South OAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 8401 Mile Three lftll Train Between Lout Till and UllnKtoa OliVrTOlon Chair Car Train leaT and stiff mlitlllefrora Httenth BtrMt Union connecting with train of the 111101 Central JlaUroad and L II St LIIII- For Information addnsa c A WHCDOX Pit T Aimth Ate Ix nlrlU Wu II TATfcOi Xutotant 0 VA LonliYllle- Mf i JPltl fia1Y b f rt tec 111111 I a I THIRD MAN SELECTED SchleySampson Court of Inquiry Is now Complete Rear Admiral Howison Retired Consents to Serve Washington August loAII nouncement was made today of the selection ofRtar Admiral Henry L Howison retired as a member of the conit of Inquiry which is to Investi gate the West Indian campaign In volving the Scbley Sampson contro versy The announcement Is coupled with the statement that the admiral will serve on the board and his selec tion has already been approved by Admiral Schley The latter state ment Is taken to indicate thtt Admiral Schley has found the other two members 01 the boaid satisfactory and that nothing is expected to occur now to prevent the speedy Investigation of the matter in coittoversy Before Admiral Howison was select ed careful inquiries were made to dis cover whether he bad ever expressed an opinion relative to the matter in controversy After it was determined to ask him to serve on the board the fact was mtule known to Admiral Scbley and he was asked as to wheth ei the selection was acceptable to him Scbley replied that it was The department officials in the absence of Secretary Long also consultedwith Schleys attorney Capt Parker who ii now here making excerpts from the records at the navy department to see II the selection was entiiely satis factory to him When it was learned that there was no objection on any ground to the selection of Howison he was risked to serve and accepted the place Even the partisans of Schley who have declared repeatedly that a con spiracy exists In the navy department against their hero admit that In the preliminaries to the meeting ol the QUIt the action of the secretary has been falrolId just and unusually con siderate The navy department has already begun the summoning of witnesses to appear befote the court A list ol per sons whom Rest Admiral Schley desired examined was received fiom him several days ago It contained the names of Commander Seaton Schroe der now govenor of Guam md Ensign William B Wells who Is now In China An order has already been prepared at the department directing Commander Schroeder to return to the United States to appear before the court The order was cabled to Rear Adiniial Rodgers commanding the Asiatic squadron with instructions to forward it at once to Guam by the YorktownIicut Roger Wells who was Ad miral Schlcyc private secretary will also be ordered to return from IJurope wbeie be Is now on leave The de partment is preparing order for other witnesses on foreign stations direct ing them to return without delay so as to be on hand September 12 when the court will begin its work Rear Admiral Henry Lycurgus Howison was born in Washington and was appointed to the navy from laid ana on September 26 1854 He was at the naval academy from 1854 to 1858 and was warranted as midship man June 1 1 1858 lie was attached to the steam frigate Wabash on the Mediterranean squadron for a year At the outbreak of the civil war he was on the Pocahontas with the gulf eqiwlron lIe was then transferred to the Pawnee and promoted to passed midshipman January 19 1861 and master February 28 following He was present on the Pocahontas at the surrender of PortSumter by Gen An derson 110 was subsequently em ployed in Chesapeake bay and Poto mac titer conveying tioops to Wash ington lIe was promoted to llenten ant April 29i 1861 and sent on spe cia duty 4o outside picket post at Clouds Mills Va with a howitzer and crew skirmishing with Stuarts cavalry In September 1861 he was made executive officer of the Augusta of Admiral Dujonts ftmadroa He took part in the capture of Port Royal and landed in Command of a com pany nt Tybee island lie was en gaged with rams oil Charleston in 1862 lIe was later executive officer of the Nantucket and was present at the engagements of Ports Moaltrle Siimter and Wagner in 1863 In August 1864 he wasordered to command the Blenville and participated I In the battle of Mobile bay In 1864 1865 he was with the blockade tquadton oQ Galveston lIe was made a lieutenant commander March 3 1865 and shortly afterward was ordered j to ordinance duty at the Wash ington navy yard After the civil I war he occupied various positions on shore duty and in command ol the Ma flower Constellation Minnesota United States steamship Nandalla lIe was made captain March 2 1885 and was In command at Mare Island navy yard for several years ftom Aug 11892 lIe was retired on October 10 1899 having attained the age Urn It ol 62 years Admiral Howisons home Is at Yonkers NY but he is now spend- Ing tie summer at Congress Hall Saratoga After being relieved at Mare Island Admiral Howlsen was placed in command of the Boston navy yard where he remained during the Spanish war He alterward took command of the South Atlantic squad ion and was relieved by Admiral I Schley A Ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle oi Chamberlains Colic Choteta and Diarrbota Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporta 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 to 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 blcoiy flux I asked him if he had tried Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rerueby and he saul No I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty min- uteS if he did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured I think It the best medicine I have ever tried tI Por sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The Democratic party it seems is preparing to make Its ext campaign on the same lines It swept the coun try with In 1892 Now let the Republicans take for their defense a re view of the results of the 92 victory and the voters will do the restMo ravian Falls N C Yellow Jacket KING EDlfflD IN DUMBER Unusual Precautions Taken to Insure His Safety Ills Journey to Germany Delayed in Order to Perfect Plans for Protecting the Route London August 10The remarks ble series of postponements and alter nations in King Edwards journey to his sisters funeral has already aroused considerable conjecture In England None of the customary channels for chronicling the kings movements was taken into confidence by the officers ol his household when they came with unprecedented secrecy yesterday from Cowes to Marlborough house Indeed the king has not sought anything like his present avoidance of publicity since the time ol his mothers death It is not due to his own wish that the present unprece dented proceedings are adopted but only to the urgent insistence of the pelitlcal section ol Scotland Yard In warning the detectives responsible for his Majestys safety These detectives have now been In creased to nearly double the number who attended Queen Victoria Their chiefs have been warned for some months to expect a revival of anar chist activity during the coming win ter anti organizitlon against the emergency is now being eQected These new and more extended ar rangements especially with the con tinental police have not been tested since King Edwards visit to his sister in Febtuary It is the present desire to have time to secure the closest con trol of the route before the king starts on Friday The changes in his program aim at easing the great strain the detectives admit they feel regard ling his journey Iurr fxenin unit Itching Ilnmon- TliroiiRli the lllooil Cnnt both Inojloirjr II B B B Botanic Blcoj Balm taken internally will kill all the humors in the blood that cause the awful Itching of Eczema Scabs Scales Ulcers Watery Blisters Boils Pimples Aching Bones and Joints Prickly Pains in the Shin old eating Sores Ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm will make the blood pure and rich heal every sore and permanently stop all the itching sensations Boanlc Blood Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skin B B B at drug stores 1 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 Bas medicine is sent prepaid m Will not Succeed The FreeTrade agitators who are anxious to precipitate a TarlQ contest at the next session of Congress are trying to make It appear that the wool manufacturers will urge a reduction in the Tariff on wool regardless of the effect of such action upon the woolgrowers of this country That however is denied by an Eas tern commercial newspaper which claims to know the sentiment of the wcol manufacturers It says that the attitude of the manufacturers toward the woolgrowers Is the same today that it baa been during the past ser entyfive years While it is true that the Tariff on whool has operated against the manufacturers ofwoolens DO YOU WANT MACHINERY S Foi Threshing Machinery Sftv Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED r I THE BEST Hay Bale Ties Coilwire Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engino and Boiler Trimmings etc C ll- oMoHnryM1If ftMaph Ca 1d MoHonry Ky r t f I because it has shut them out of the I worlds market to a certain extent I nn l deprived them of the chance to unite greater profits by purchasing cheaper raw materials yet the manu facturers have always been willing thattbesheep raising Industry should be protected because they know that wltbout the competition afforded by American wool they would be at the mercy of the foreign wool growers wonld have to pay whatever audI might be demanded It has proven by frequent trials that sheep raising is not profitable in this cOlin try without the help of a Protective Tarand for that reason the manu fjutljren have rtfralrned ibm serving tbeiljovrn immediate Interests by ad vocujp reduction in the Tariff on raw material The FreeTraders are exerting every effort to array the Protected Indus dnstrles against one another but they will rot succeed in their attempt to Induce the wool manufacturers to an tagonize the sheep raisers Cleve land Leader I g 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 easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m O VST OUT A I Bun tU tlie Kind You Have Always Bought i Blgutun S 111cf Money in Hogs There are many reasons why farm ers should raise more hogs The exceptional demand which now prevails for hogs and hog products and which is likely to continue for some time is a strong inceptive for farmers to pay more attention to to their swine says the Chicago Dlovers Journal Ship pers have made more pofit on their hogs during the past six months than on any other kind of livestock Many feeders have candidly admitted that while cattle at the presentprices are money makers the greatest souice of profit has been In the hogs which followed them The price of hogs 1I0WI Is the highest since 1894 and many wellposted men are of the opinion that the chortage in the country is more pronounced than for several years The good prices have encouraged a closer marketing of sows and the breeding stock is not available Toomany hogs of course would reoI suIt IrfR lower scale ol prices but there ts little danger of getting the supply above the normal for some time A heavy crop of corn is prom ised and the way to get the most outI of it Is to convert it into beef pork and mutton There was never a bet ter prospect for the hog raiser than now how Are Your KIdDer T SrIIotibigptrtnirillicnraKllklilnerUUBtTB I do free Add Sterling 1ernedl or Certainly the argument that the re moval of the Tend Is the way to sup press the trust is decidedly untenable and a greater menance to the United States than any trust can beNew Castle Pa News THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by pjriodlcal or constant use of intox icatlngllquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss cf time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faith ful 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 ot thousands of Drunk ards into sober Industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands II Chil dren cure your fatlietbl This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum hut is a specific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it thoroughly soluble and pleasanUo the taste so that it can he given in a cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge of the person taking it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy mure have been cured arid made temperate men by having the Cure by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued 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 lor all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost- Ing 26 to 50 Full directions ac company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent r to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept- I B Giles Company 2330 nnd 2332 Market street Philadelphia XA11 correspondents strictly confider i i Bill flrp on His Birthday Todny is the 75ta anniversary ol my advent into this worldmy com- Ing into this mysterious wonderful condition we call life It is a fitting time for meditation contemplation cogitation and rumination An aged poetess played double with herself antI said Life Were been long together Through pleonnnt and through cloudy urn then Say not goodnight give little warning She didnt care to linger and Ian guish on her bed The doctors hadnt invented or discovered heart failure then but thats the way she wished to go I do not I would have tome little time tor the last loving words and looks some time for tears and sorrow on the faces of those who know and love me The death of the aged is only a changea parting a begin ning of another life It Is no calami ty no horror no shock no unreason able thing It is the law of our be- Ing and the old are not far ahead of the young How kind it is In Provi dence to reconcile us to it as we near the goal I remember when I thought- It was an awful thing to die I dared not think of it much less to ponder it and it seemed to me there was rome possible escape from it and I might not surely die But as we near the allotted age and realize the symptoms of decay we become less reluctant less alarmed and like Job are ready to exclaim I Mould sot live always I ask not to stay But tomehow Ido cot feel oldnot- very oldnot Infirm My eyes are weak and my beaming impaired and when I stoop long at work In the gar den or picking strawberries my back aches and my knee bones crack when I straighten up but I scon get overlt I love to work easy workand it keeps me in good health but I dont like to work by the day or by the job for somebody else I dont like to have a master or a boss except my wife who wants me right now to transplant her peppers I gently hinted that they should be planted by- a high tempered woman to do well and she said she thought an imperti nent man would do as well and I bad better attend to it right away- I like to work when I feel like it and quit when I please I have never distressed myself about the work the toilers have to do Work has its hard ships and its blessings too The law of compensation governs every calling or condition in life There Is a good side and a bad side There are lights and shadows Work In natures law By the sweat of thy brow shalt thou eat bund and co Idle man is happy The sleep of the laboring man is sweet saitb Solomon and the doc tors tells us that bcdily exercises pro motes digestion Work will bring contentment The wealthy who dont work and dont have to are always longing for something they bavnt got something that money cant buy for It will not buy good health nor good children nor make the home happy The peace and the gratitude ot the cotters Saturday is unknown to the rich The toilers as a class are the happiest people I know They enjoy their meals and their rest and their Sundays I had rather take the chances for happiness on earth and a toine In heaven ol the working man than those of millionaires Byron says The many must labor for the few and Cobe says The good Lord made proP men just to keep the rich men In money but the good book says the poor man can squeeze through the eye of a needle and a rich man cant Cobe is a good confed erate veteran and enjoys his record and his religion and his tobacco That Is all he has and he is content One of the greatest comforts of old age is contemplating the happiness of children It delights me to sit in the shade of my veranda and watch for two little girls who are four and six years old coming up the avenue hand In band and waving a welcome and a smile at me It njalces me to watch the larger ones play crcquet on the tennes couit near by and to hear their voices and unconsciously I pray that they always be happy and no calami ty or i flliction befall them in the years to come If I ever get to IIeav en and St Peter askes me what voca tion I would choose I think I would Cay Please glOl Saint let me be the gncrdlan angel of the little chil dren I left behind me and give me the power to shield them from all harm I think I would like thatI think that I would I like It now as lar as I can do it It is a privilege and a delight to an od man to make others happy Time was when my chief concern was for myselfand our children but a age comes on the heart enlarges and softens But the reflections are too gltomy for the day They remind us of Har veys meditations among the tombs of Grays Eulogy In the Church Yard I am old I know but I do not feel old nor sad My desire Is to grow old gricefullyand lor- An age that melt unperceived decay And plIdHla modest InnoccnM away Running a newspaper is just like running a hotel only different says an exchange When a man goes Int a hotel and finds something on th table which does not suit him hu does not get up and raise hades with the landlord nnd tell him to stop hi darned old hotel Well hardly1I sets that dish on one side and wade Into some ot the many dishes that dl suit him It is different with com newspaper readers They find an ar tide occasionally that does not sui them exactly and without stoppin to think it may please hundreds ti other readers make a grand stani play of their supreme asininity nni hasten over to stop their paper Four More Years of Heat The New York Journal and Adver tlser prints an article upon the hot weather by Garrett P Serviss the scientific writer of Ithica N Y whc saysThe burning heat which during the month of July filleted the wholi United States and was felt also on tht other side of the Atlantic and generally throughout the Northern hem isphere was convincing proof of the fact that the earth is the satellite of a veritable star Only the assumption that the source of terrible heat is dl rectly in the sun and due to an extra ordinary increase in its effective tad ation can the widespread and long continued nature of the present mete orological disaster be tatkfactorily explained All astronomers know that the face of the sun is blanketed with absorbing vapors while its interior is much hotter than the glowing shell that we see Strip off the vaporous blanket entirely and the surface of the earth would probably burst Into smoke dnd flame in the Instantaneous gush of unbearable heat that wonld be poured upOn us- Whenever as occurs periodically though not not always to the same extent the solar vapors are thinned the heat from within leaps out through the weakened shell and strikes the earth and the other nearby planents as with a breath of fire from the suddenly opened door of a blazing fur naceThis is what has happened this summer and the immediate agency that has flung open the furnace doors and sent forth the destroying blast is the mysterious power whose visible manifestation is the presence of black sunspots But it is a mistake to sup pose that the sunspot themselves exercise any direct influence upon the weather or that there must be spots on the sun whenever there is extraor dinary heat on the earth The spots are simply indicators of the suns condition resembling in tbat respect the eruptions on the face of a small pox patient They tell the story of the suns internal convul slons and indicate some of the places on its surface where the pent up forces are bursting out For the next four years these gi gantic outbursts will increase in fury and corresponding series oi terrestral seasons marked by great excesses of temperatures sudden contrasts and extiaordlnary clyclonlc disturbances will follow Tariff Reform Bosh Tariff reform was never more ur gently needed than now when the production of the country so for exceeds Its power of consumption that foreign markets are a prime condition of its continue prosperity This is the language of the Ohio Democratic platform and it is calculated to make one smile We have just closed the books oi a fiscal year and they show that we have sold mote of our com mo lilies in foreign markets than In any other year in our wnole national existence Then where is the sug gestion based upon wisdom that we should reform the Tariff in order to increase our foreign trade It is more satisfactory than it ever has been thereforewhat Is wrong Kuoxvllle Tenn Tribune OP flSHES 1PlhK I of a Negro I I Ravisher in Alabama- i I i Captured by a Posse the Unite = I Confessed to Ills Crime I t tThe Negroes Join in the Work of 1 Making Him a Horrible Example Birmingham Ala Aug lo With agonizing screams and his eyes bulg ing from his head John Wesley Pen nington a negro was burned at the stake near Enterprise Ala before a I crowd of jco enraged and determined citizens ol Coffee county yesterday The mob was compojed of both white and blacks and though the suffering wretch pleaded for mercy and frantic ally endeavored to break the chains Ithat tightly bound him not a touch of sympathy was shown on the faces Ithat peered at him thlough the flames Pennington had committed brutal ascanlt upon Mrs I C Davis the wife of one of the most prominent far mers of Ccffee county and confessed his guilt The crime was committed while Mrs Davis was gathering vegetables in her garden She was stooping over plucking tomatoes when Pen nington slipped up from behind her and threw her to the ground He choked the fearstricken woman into insensibility accomplished his Intention J and fled through the woods near by As soon as she regained her senses Mrs Davis crawled to the house and told her husband what bad happened A large posse was quick ly organized with bloodhounds and they captured the negro in a swamp Pennington was bound hand and foot and taken back to the Davis home for identification Mrs Davis immed- Iately recognized him and the negro broke down and wept He admitted having committed the assault but pleaded for mercy but with cries of terror the trembling man was dragged from the house and into the woods where the crowd had gathered Evi dently expecting the confession sev eral 01 the citizens had already driven an lion pipe In the ground as the men appronched with Pennington1 both whites and blacks were piling brushwood around the stake The negro saw his doom and with a scream of terror fell to the ground In a faint lie was quickly revived andI dragged to the stake while the ciowd stood silently by The frightened man was limp and had to be held up while the chains were fastened aroundShis neck and body A match was ap plied to the pile and with oil to feed I upon the tiny flame loon burst Into a roaring fire The terrified negro again pleaded for mercy in the mostSagonizing tones and prayed to God that those around him might perish He then called upon the Maker for forgiveness and as the flames leaped up and encircled his neck an unearth ly shriek was heard and the mans eyes had almost bulged out of the c sockets By this time the fire hadSSgained such headway that nothing could be seen excepting a wriggling motion In the center ol the circle of firesA deathly silence followed and in a few minutes the flames had sum ciently subsided to see that Penning tons head had fallen forward and hung limp over the Iron chain The toiy was quickly consumed end all Pennington that remained was a pile ol ashes The crowd then quiet Iy 1lIsperedJItrst wIth you htbr luTlnnirt i Mrobibi rtmov the dir for tobawo with tl uJf D1i = 101 IoS menbood A bri sonaolubeslthenraBdpook NOTOBACCro own dnicrui ba l1IvohforaLTtteJ1hV tutrsntnJWeunorwrtn4 ia7S4n0i I414 corn iini IeZt I Nervousveak MenTbounanda of rounc and nlddIoaged turn Ire annually to a vremature sTave through EtULY 1NDiltKETiN XCBttOC8 AND TILOOU If you bne tlllhe rollowluif 10111010 consult urn beforetttsStoo late Aleyoaonoaa and weak and gloomy before the wIth dark them weak back kldalrrltabl lplUlloa of the- beaxtbnnbfuldream5antlosaesedlment burton pImples on the lace sunken eye hollow cheela cureworn exprenalod dttrustluI lack energy and strength tired anorningi rights claangeablo moo4so weak mao hoed tuntCd OrlflllSttremaluN pain bait 1oos Lore thrOat etc Oar nw astiaogTrcatzncua gtllcuru you MEN LIFE BLOODNolblnlf can be more detnorallilne to youoll and mlddle4lfell mn than emlsIons the urIne They unilta man for business mar atnlfibtorcct4ralnlbrouh matter whller canard b etlt habit IIIloalb vatural weakness or sexual excesrs our New Method TrtiflfltwW tlvelC1Ireyollo CURCS OUAR4NTIJCD NO CURe NO PAY JNoNamclI Used Without Written Consent W A Null of LIIIIa 0 oayS wtS one of the countleen utctlniaoi early at lSyear of l Tho drIu oa mybralnaawellas myaexuaiauduerousysIten i tried acorn f a eIcctrlcbeitsnn4iatentmedtcluci Sometislved menonecure4 1 was Iflrlnlf ap la deupair iactcontempI8tlii suIcIde a triend ad p wttad tile a a reoort to give the New Method Treatment or Drs K K a fair trial Wllbollt confidence I consente4 and In- tbneS oonlh I was a cured man I was cured C seyet e agoam married nod happy I heartily jwcommend Dr K k K to my a1icted- lieforeireatment fellow meat Alter jreatmtnt- 3Wo treat and cure Varicocele Emtulons NrTOUS Debility Seminal Weahnesa- Otect Stricture Syphilis UnnaloIL11IIcbarlrta Suit Abuse Kiducy lid flladdcz- Dlaeanes and all of alto and Women DN NAMES USED WSTUOUT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE N medicine lent C O D No name on howe or eneIope Everything OIIMedtlalo Question lilt and Coat of trutmelll rRES 2 628 WALNUT STREETUrsa Kennedy KerganUI CINCINNATI OHIO L c I Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUG 3T 16 ION IUUrILrlllor =crC COE-Qr ah r11- CUOI dDn 4 Issued Fridays tv Ch Hartfertfub CeIncorporate- htired II Hartford postoffice as seundclm mail mattel DECLARATION AND CONFSSION My 19th of July 1900 declaration of determination to remain a Populist You will likely br ictwrn now and the election that I ham otolen a railroad rubbed n bank or rowd the Queen ot England nay- I thlnif that irlll illncrwlit me In the ejrm of mjr Iondobnl let It come I nm a- iIIInad PopiiUm will pay no attention to thcw dandere I nm tar rrvrylhlnic tile ropnlut tinre niUoralctl I dOIl1 propone to IRlu Oil bnekwiiril del- ibr any noniliinlloii or oilier but I niiinrnpiilim J P MILLK- Btilnw the adoption of the Chicago Platform j lir the liomorratlc National Convention In- 1MW aiI the ieeMrinttlon of thl Ilatform lij the Democratic party In Kentucky I V1 Imve b cniiii l nm MOW n Iieniocrntr f U I nndcntiindthe thing n wary to ton tltutepnrtyafflllatlon III this country ow most allegiance to party platform und see ond support of jiarty nominees I J P MILLeR This is my confession of Democrat ic faith on the 4th of March 1901 when some Democrats penned me down and forced me to make a public confession It dont harmonize witbI t the 19th of July declaration but I didnt intend for Democrats to see that one I cant face the public jn the stump as there is no politics i- nitA man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort If thing that he likes I WE TOLD Y4U 10IThe public has ben nirlwd for quite awhile tbat the coune of TIlEI REPUBLICAN and its tight for civilI liberty have eked from the heart 01I The Herald SCRUB all the envy mali ace and abuse that mans heart is cap able of containing We have repeat edly advised the public of the real status of affairs existing in this county there is our record for inspection if 1webe guilty ostracise us or lead us to guillotine but art this is done may we not plead for a judgment rendered by a just public and not by our enemy wh cannet raise his voice without hummingnormal tune billingsgate and slanderous invec tive Our argumeat has been submitted from week to week uncontra s dicted by this ScnuiE who feels him self so shamefully mistreated Ours ricomment elicits no argument our the Democratic party and the Democratic nominees no defense S what we choose to say gees on record without objection while the only thing that mars the serenity of our unbounded sway is an occasional whim when the heavy weights fall thickest and fastest around the faint and feeble canine- Wednesdays Herald photographed a most lucid illustration of all that we have contended for Our words areI not needed to justify our contention but those of him who fearlessly combats Vith the inevitable A strong inhalation and a clear perception will prepare you gentle reader to anal yze thoroughly the following extract from A G Benton Kvrrtinra the Republican llrpnbluhnl here In Hartford went tinder UK prnent man agement and editorship It has been thor oughly Lltmrnpulous In dealing with ItH op poneutHfind with those member of the pub lie who do not agree with Its political vlewn It be potight by every iiimnn whether hon est or dUhonmt It made no difference to dee Slime the character of The Herald scribe and 11101 to Buiiene the reputation ot each of the randldttni on the Democratic ticket togeth er with others within Its own torts whoop po e its abusive courselEvery word every sentence with the spirit clothed in these lines are false the man himself is false not a wordof it is true thaiwhole thing is a glaring niisrejreeeaUtiaa of factst We frankly confess our impwUction therefore came not we hit the journalistic field to cause a commotion or revolution neither didwe come into this field expecting any man to dictate our course or challenge our con duct We came as a Republican to defend the principles of the Republic an party against those who would malign and defame its banner We are still here with no other purpose in our hearts and this determination will mark our cours whilst we aret ngaged in this field of labor It has never been our purpose to misrepresent any man and we dare say we have notit we have we stand open for correction and will graciously thauk the corrector Truth I hurts test thousand times worse than a lie bruce our contemporarys plighted condition This Scitiw is hurte but titith vui the hurter He cites ili pub c to au incident that occur red last wlnrr which is known by all FS tho Hnlt1iiit Story The cnry went out that the Kciiliii hail Liua indulging too much lor 11 gentle roan of his standing and piety aud I we were branded as a bearfaced liar1 and ot course we were averse c to accepting such a grave charge when it was untrue anti we set about Ito remove the bear and the rest ofa the beasts In the meantime wo learned that Ihh SCllum had admitted that he was guilty ot all that haila been said relative to the halt pint a story and would have published it had it not been for his superior We I 1 set about to get the article and dill get it and it was a clincher too as iiI laid bare the inner man but it not half so badas the A G Ben ton letter scandal this scribe was engaged in during Christmas and oth er times thereabout Our readers are thoroughly advised as to what this BCRIDE alias fleher Matthews did in the nrnnoffnti n of A O Benton letters Every mnnwe care not what his political complex ionknows that A G Benton and Hebcr Matthews breath the same at mosphere subsist on the same food and are one in body and spirit We have charged the work of A G Benton for the past six months to the gentleman who has been so cruelly dealt with by fates in giving the se cret away and to this good day hit denial is withheld But enough kind reader you un derstand the situation as regards TilE REPUBLICAN and the SCRIBE We are also charged with maligning the members of the Democratic ticket Wretched fellows are weas the de lirious A G Benton pictures us Possibly we have abused some memo ber of the Democratic ticket We are not perfect Who has been maligned and what constitutes malignity In examining the files of the Herald wc are at a loss to find the first man who has been visited by our wrath and burning censure But we find the ScttniE seeking to evade discussing politics nnd the records of his men Finding nothing in BentonV journal we have carefully examined TIlE REPUBLICAN and find nothing recorded but exposutt of records perhaps is the abuse which has been visitedup on them We note that the conduct of Jas P Miller has been reviewed since 97 We find in 97 he made the race for County Judge as a Populist was elected as a Populist in 98 IB was on the fence between Republican and Democrat in 99 he spoke n behalfof Goebelism whilst he stil claimed to be a Populist in 1900 we find that he is on recordcharging every Republican who voted for Mr Yerkes for Governor as outlaws and endorsers of assassination in 1901 we find him seeking the Democratic nomination for County Judge and in order to get a few fellows to vote for himand ride over a real Democrat with his clique andmachinehe says that he has been deceiving the people all this while that he has neither been a Republican nor Popublist but mc 90 1 wire been and am now a Democrat He has never denied a statement here related his hand organ not even disputes anym part of this argument Then there is T J Smith who went to the Kentucky Legislature in 1894 and did everything in his power against the laboring man and the la boring maas interest even voted and workedagainst a reduction of time Jto 8 hours per day and a payment at the eud of every two weeks This goes undisputed by Mr Smith All we have done is to keep his record before the people which we will do until the November election is over Wherein do you find slander Mr Benton Point it out like a man or confess our contention that we have reported only the truth which is almost certain death in the first deo gree As to the other members of thet Democratic ticket we have said noth ing disrespectful ieWe havent exposed their records yet PULL TilE BRIDLE OFF Last fall the machine men of the Democratic party including the present Democratic ticket waged the I IIIandstructed their men to talk of but assassination and Bill nothingI he refugee and things They would insult their Republican neighbors with the most vicious and unkind epithets and after all the11 went down by 388 majority TbeyI oflllikefeat hence their determination to avod rnlitics in this campaign Who I over heard of Democrats running from politics before They have been per sistent fellows in arguing politicstbey have supported and incorporated in- heir platform every free measure that has ever agitated the minds of the American people except a free ballGtI which in Kentucky they have stantly fought It is certainly singuI lar that these propagandists of and force would abstain from politics and even tie their pet dogs tail to his legs so it wont wag In politics ordinarily out of politics when records wout bear investigation is their motto We do not understand why these men have issued such orders when they dare to take their political god into the sacred abode of justice When juries are selected under Democratic commissions with eight Dem rats to every single Republican it would occur to every sound mind that he bridle should be pulled ail politics nd send it forth into the common dealings of men Politics has been ordered out of this campaign without single reason being civeu the public ndsothie jury isselected 21 to 3 without an explanation to the public The Democratic candidates are to b be congratulated tor sealing tho mouth of A G Benton in slvi campaign had they done that long since their cause would not be hampered with the infamy of u sneaking assassin of char- e meter as it is The Republican party willcertainly not forget the part Mr Smith played in the last campaign They will not forget Mr Miller and the picture of Goy Taylor which his son carried in the procession nnd flour ished in the face of Crittenden coun tys demijohn These partizans deserve nothing at the hands of this people They ure avowed enemies to a free ballot and a fair count under or dinary circumttrnccs but these are not ordinary times They are good eegood sort ot fellows playing for public sympathy and attempting to cover up their vast and abominable records and if that parly ever de served a rebuke it is now As a par- I they have driven Kentuckys rightful Governor from the Stateand set up in his stead a pretense at man and a farcical Governor The men nW bcfothe people in Ohio county aidid materially in the accomplish ment ot these ends They cudore ev erything that has been dune and art now clamoring for the execution ol Caleb Powers How these thing can be explained away when the Democratic candidates take the stum remains to be seen from some causi Ihey have haltered their handorgan and it is not permitted to speak even in defense of its ownA man that likes this sort of thing this h the sort of thing that he like liE SHOULD HAVE RESIGNED The Republican nominnee for As sessor Mr Frank Lowe is a nephew of the Democratic candidate for Clerk Frank Lowe is a poor boy raised bj a widowed mother under adverse circumstances He has educated him self and launched his bark for succes without aid from any source be is a deserving young man and should ht encouraged in his struggle for success Thus far he has succeeded quite well and is row before the people seeking to be ther next Assessor Mr T J Smith his uncle has been given official favors for many years He has filledalmost every paying office in the county The revenues derived from this sourse have been enormounsomewhere in the neighborhood of S10000 or 850000 Mr Smith is a candidate again for County Clerk on the Democratic tick et Frank Lowe had the Republican nomination fur Assessor more than n month before Mr Smith was nominated for Clerk If Mr Smith had been prompted by a pure motive and the true spirit had he been the right sort of a gentleman with any respect for his poor sister and her son hi would have advised the Democratic convention that he would not accept the nomination because his nephew- was a candidate for Assessor and ho could not aflord to impare his chances Had he done this everyone would have respected him more highly than by the course he is pursuing Mr Smith has held office since time im memorial he is now rich while his nephew Frank Lowe is a poor penniless boy Time people of the county tnd especially Mr Smiths relatives ught to say to Mr Smith nil sir in he interest of your own sisters boy THE Democratic hand organ edited by A G Benton et al has not ratted its voice in explanation as F Lots of hair Ihi- a Per Imps their parents had thin iH hair per ifl r haps their children have thin K hair But this does I not make it necessary for them to have thinV hair One thing I you I may rely I Hairupon visormakes the hair healthy and vigorous makes it grow thick and long It cures dan druff also It always restores color to hair all the dark rich color of early life There is 1flO longer need of your looking old be fore your time SlOOa bottle All druggists II Ai a remedy for reatolng color I to hairiorglvn lie elect satlafacUon In every way AUB II 1KW JltmmonaJportNY- Wrllo the Doctor ThenalK you do not obUlD all the liencllu theVlgoDOJCATERLowtllMlll Thv- = P T to bow Mr Cats Rowan was tricked out of the Democratic nomination by the Hartford clique on March 4 This purificatioulst has said much and more of it about tbe primary top line and things of that sort without ever citing to a single instance where any voter lost his vote by reason of fraud or anything else There were many voted because of the combination of the various Democratic nominees in the recent Democratic convention Judge Miller said to Mr Smith vote your men for me and Ill return the favor to Mr Butler the pats word was given and so on down the hue Each controled his friends for tim other and no one feels the cruel combine anti dickering of the bosses more keenly than Mr Rowan and his friends There is plenty explaining for the Herald ScnuiE to do in its own camp but as for the Republican primary he cant truthfully say that a tingle vote was lost by means of fraud or in any other way fro to the front Wo printed twenty five hundred educational ballots of tbe primary ran the ballot on the editorial page two weeks and did everything in our power to educate the voters and as a result not a single spoiled ballot was returned Every man voted his sentiments and his vote was counted as cast Why slid not the Herald be as fair with its- psrty and its partys candidates Why slid not the Herald advise Mr Rowan that a combine had been formed against him and that he was going to slaughtered by a Populist For the Heralds HCRIBE to say that he did not know this state ot aflairs existed is to give truth a black eye with ono of its ordinary falsehoods Does tbe Semite dare ventilate his own party actions Come brother lets go into the doings of both parties if purity should exist in the one it ought to ex ist in the other Clear your back yard or refrain from exposing yourself to the sanitary lavs and the laws of decency Everyone knows tbat Messrs Smith and Miller had arrang ed their ticket in advance of the con vention That an unholy combine existed is admitted by nil OUR contemporary is very much hurt because of the reproduction of an editorial from the Herald of 04 charg ing Judge Miller with having sold out the Populist party Of course he as signs his reason for his wrath to the manner in which it was obtained We might suggest that the Herald is held in such repute tbat it finds its way to the waste pile at least by Sunday night andwe wero forced to the last resort but the mat ter of obtaining that article does not concern the public it is the article it sell Mr Bingo said that Mrililler had sold out in 04 and the people are certainly entitled to know from a Democratic point of view the man that now heads the Democratic ticket Mit SMITH we charged you some time since with having voted against the miners two weeks pay billand you have never denied iL We didnt have the record on you then but we do have it nowiti the House Journal 0194 If you have forgotten just what you did up there come round and view your record its pub lic property IIRny laboring man doubts what we have said we are ready to meet him with the record Come on Tommy BKINO asked tbe other slay why Tnn RerunuoAN did not say sonic thing about the attorneys race will slate that so far as we know Mr Heavrin is withoutan opponent and of course will come in with a walk over The regular Democratic nom inee Mr It E Lee Simmerman resigned Leaving the field open for Mr Heavrin Has there been anoth er convention DAMNED good lickius promise to be pretty generally spread during the campaign Wo are awfully glad that others are to share them with us It is quite likely that the damned part has been washed oil by the recent rains and the good lickiu stands a lone with no one to adminis iter it Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the earI There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by coistltutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin log of the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is inflamed you have a numb andIthe result can be taken out and this tube restor bClIlngIout ol ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an It fl mid con dltion of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars Ion any case ol Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O i Sold by Druggists 750 j Halls Family Pills are the best IOn account ot National Encamp G A R Cleveland Ohio Sep I tember 1014 round trip tickets will j be sold at rate of 1045 for round- trip tickets on rate September S to 12 limited to September 15 lor return Blotches and excresences which to often annoy 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seeking a cure Send for it THE SWIFT SCtCIFIC co ATLANTA CA REPUBLICAN TICKET for IUir riiliillvr AIVI1 M llllVMIT rortouitty Jmlrrox IUXJIILS lee oiinly ourS leek JIN UAIIXI foriounly Atfnrnrjr- n iiiltsimrFor CAI r HIOHX- ftorftrhnol fttiprrlitlriiilrnf JnlM is wiisl for 1 ci It r- TlltnS II IIIACK I Acsrear MIAMI fOWi- fnrftnrvrynr JOHN II MOOI tnr nrnnrr nrJt I ItIMy- mtIISTUATE HKiiHOB IIAKtiHIUrlford Mrtt IIKO W MAHTINCrMlltM IfelriM JOHN M tiIUiithi44eriiprtg lot 5l r MIUKIIPcniMllfe fn HAHslKlMonl lHlrirt W I UHNliHll81l CVnMtnwn IMHritt l J VILCUXH Ki Tt Dtittfe- trn NTAiiiiJ- KCOMt AIIRN Ilarttonl IfetrM J K llKII CrommH liUutet T W WHKIIIT Hltnr Hjttoiw IHttkt V U llllATCIIKIIFw4 riH Ii IN UIKXnsfun IH1HH- WM rilANCKIIOIt4V trrtawn IihlrktI- IKNltYmmiXHdNHwkpwrt liutrkt visited Miss Emma Morton ol our town last week Mrs Will Boskctt ot St vIOls is visiting the family of Mr 0 B Bos ket here this week Messrs Isaac Foster and Warren Iglehart are with us again after spending several days working at the car penters trade In Beaver Dam Mr Ed II James of Cromwell spent Sunday with the family of Proi II II Davis Bros Elgin and Shupart preached here on the night othe 12th Inst MAY FIFossI of six pretty ladles of that place on a peculiar charge Foss charges that be was publicly kissed lie lsa young music teacher and recently went to 141MOd Surn mert f 41 i Low Price Sale 9 9 41 941 941 9 Jj Tho lowest ixxssiblo prices will prevail hero during J4 ttmlo41 will luivo to make room for out largo fall purchases fc 47 Do not delay coming to us Prices have boon cut j ripped aud slashed from ono end ofstoro to the oth it 41 4front rfi1 1 Washable Goods 1Our 50 quality goes for jtfc 47 loc quality 8c 150 quality 47 UJic soc quillty ijc aSe 41 quality lor 19C 3oc quality Or- gandiesJi for a6c s4e And sac jj Ladles Summer 47 Underwear 1Ladles Vests at jc sc 8t 47 150 192 and J4c tic A 47 big reduction on p Ices gives 41ou these special bargains this 1month 41 J Mens Summer Underwear Shirts at sic 35 29C 33 jc 47 4oc etc Extra quality Bal 41 brlggan Suits regular price jit AJ47 a few Japanese Silk 41 Suits worth a 00 a Suit which 41 will close out for t4 Thaw ers all kinds at low prices 4Straw 4clal9VjLadles itthem itmake lJoClothing UtieClothing itloronehall 9V 9Ibo beloW great sacrifice J lJoihave what need surely great JJAIUJAIN Ueineinlxjr jlace il T COLLINS LThelNew Livery and Feed Stable Good Horses Best Rigs all Times rCillOWAGONS Will handle FAMOUS BRAND FERTILIZER STERMS STRICTLY CASHS A CTAYLOR PropSVCCKSSOU KKOWN TAYLOR iV DEiftrtrorca otLio VITaswell at once taken Into toclety and constantly harping on the subject of kissing it I Is alleged and claimed no girls lips had eveV touched his The ol the town grew tired ot the mans talk and late Sunday after noon according to met Fops on the public then jump uron him it is and showered him with The music teacher plo and threatened to have arrested but these threats were not effective and the did not their amusement until hid the man and hard Today the teacher and see our Straw Hota lJo nearly nothing lJo Brown Shoe Co nod are the i above and go lJo- at a sacrifice Uk men that must be cbs fc ed out and can a 1000 b We have a few odd Summer t that go at about l of original pike t1 will tOll cost nnd nt n it 4 4 you want and you will get n 1 till J 99 9 9 i 99 t 1 41 I lJo i 5 yi Ii 1 the of at also tho TO A lie was I good was that girls plans square They ed said kisses eeted them stop they kissed good music Come lJolJo this mouth they 1ants We 5j and OX girls caused the arrest of the glrlsand they gave bond fur their appearance The case has cause a great deal of com i ment in Taswell and the majority of people are In sympathy with the A girls IIf a dealer niVs you to take some f d V thing said to be just as good as Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madi son Medicine Co ask him It he makes more money Ask your drug gist m OAsronXABan the HiTS Alwiy BoIIC- MIIIlIt It ctJa The Proprietors OF THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR Have made more extensive preparations this year than ever before The attrac tions are simply grand J tle Ot et e i 4as REMEMBER THE DATES Oetofeer 2 3 4 6 1601 C HARTFORD KY c ti j IMONEYRAISING iAND t MONEYSAVING I ii MONEYRAISING for us moneysaving for you This sale commenced August 1st and con ti iUnites until our entire stock of Summer Morchan idisc is closed out Wo mean exactly what wo say iNothing reservedo need the MONEY you need the GOODS Entire lino lOc Wash Goods8cAll our 121c Wash GoodslOc i Figured Fancy Swissessold for 25c 1 80 f i Fancy Figuro Pongees worth 25cnowl9o i Fancy Wash Silks sold for 50cnow30c i Sli et fieea tl ente Our lino is now low but wo wanta genoralelonn tup So wo make prices that will suit your purso 80teri Priesmoyors 125 lull now 100 i Priesmoyers 150 line now 115 Pricsmoyerft 200 line now 135 l Slippers in other makes SOc 75e it 1 jiI Jf Ne li ee Sl iti i 1his week wo will receive a big lino of 75c and t iSlOO Shirts on which wo are going to make aprico t L of 50 Dont buy until you seo thom Nothing IartfordHf s f Os Every Straw Hut in our house some 50c some o- 7fiej i some 1will go now for exactly Sue Take 4 advantage of thissurola bargain for you 2 odt ce Bring us your Eggs Chickens Feathers Etc fWo will pay highest market prices THE PLACE IS ii i- a t t iL 0r t e t e 7- v 0 cJji p Hartford Republican f FRIDAY AUGUST 16 Illinois Contral RallrondTlmo Tablo New tine card UUa tllt KuoJujr Ike 2 Iroo at noon nrlt Monad Nonlh foundyw Notkfdexam NalfldodUOxa m- Noforderdpm Na101dxe2aIpn- utrldoel7rapm11 No 131duaWpm- Loral reelahl a lfo IM doe TMa m NofafduetZOpmt- k n ViBHiTta Anent f aloveh PISOS CURE FOR MK li ill in IMjiT11 TiMyrup Kee ato um wadb drrdta CO ISUNtPTION Get your Milk Shake at the Singe A a office The Owensboro Pair Is in session weekryeline ot Cigars in town at Singer ofticeIMr Mattln the Jeweler yin repair your plslos Hot PeantUsjand Pop Corn always on hand at SiBgejroB ce Mr John GwjrJISulphnr Springs called to eee nrTaeeday The white examinations for the year end with tomorrow Ice Cream and Sherbet constantly on hand at the Singer office Thj Gasper River Association con venis net Tuesday at Prentis I Orange Cherry and Blackberry pnosphates at the Singer office 1C R Martin jeweler and watch Imakerat Williams dug store Mr Thomas Baird Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call Tuesday Potted Turkey Chicken lIam Chipped Beef jc at Singer office I Mrs Taylor Baird ot the No Cree vicinity is reported dangerously ill i wParOranges Lemons and Bananas ol course you go to the Stager officer I Misses Olive and Edith Carson ar attending theOwensboro fair this week STBAYKD One black horse mule 2 t yean old medium size Informant will address me at Hartford atf L B DAVIS The nicest and newest plodat e line of candles In the city can be found at the Singer office a r A good wagon and good drat t horses j to exchange for good milt cows or buggy B M MILLER t Mr Henry Walker wife and son Lockhaven Penn arrived yesterday to spend a week with Mt Walker- sisterI Mrs Jo B Vickers e 7 Mrs R J Hudson ia very rack Mr Ranils Duke has typhoid fever Delicious Coca Cola aVtbe Singer office Russell the little Son of Dr andI Mrs J R Pirtle Is fjn the sick list MJS C M Danju whohas been quite sick for sewtnl days Is reported to be Improvlu1ciDr J S Smith McHenry made us- a pleasant call Tuesday He thinks the outlook for a Republican victory was nevr brighter Mrs J S Glenn who WAS taken suddenly ill Saturday night with net vors trouble was improving when j lut heard from yesterday Mrs T J Morton and little son Master Thomas who have been visiting relatives at Cobden 111 for sev oral weeks returned home last Fri dayIMr J L Carson who has been vlf Itlng relatives in Marshal county reo turned home Monday Mr Carton says crops look very bad In that section Mrs J A Bennett of near Beds t who has been at the bedside ol herI daughter Mrs C M Barnett for several I days returned to her home Wed nesday I Mrs Mary Burdett near n navllle I died last Saturday of old age She was three score and nineteen Interment took place at the jgtnavllle cem tery Sunday The Daviess County Baptist Association convened Tuesday at Owcns bora Dr I S Coleman was again elected moderatora very high cotupli i ment for the venerable old divine The Masons will organize a lodge d at Pleasant Ridge next Monday night the 19th The Herald by a typo graphical error made it the 29th skC R Martin the old reliable jew eler and watch and clock repairer is now at the drug store of J H Will lams Hartford where he is prepared hiseline Mrs Magdalene Rogers is seriously I ill at her daughters residence Mrs J DOCTORS Consumption can bo cured Naturoalonowontdolt Itneeds help Doctors say Scotts EmulsionI- s tho best help But you must continuo Its use even In hot weather K you have not total It end for freewmpie PCOTT DOWNK CbcmliU lcd street New York 9yac audI an dnigght a i r B Blankenshlp near Beaver Dam She is in her seventyseventh year and the family have dlspalied of all hope of her recovery She is afflicted with heatt trouble andan attack ot bronchial pneumonia being the third attack of that dreaded disease within the past twentyfive years ShultzSanderfur Dr Z H Shullz ot Pleasant Ridge Ky and Miss Rachel Sanderfur of this city were united in marriage last evening at the residence of the bride in the present of only a few imme diate friends and relatives Both par ties are among the best young people of Ohio county Dr Shultz recently graduated from a Louisville Medical College and had loated at Pleasant Ridge to practice his profession where he has met with great success and we congratulate him on his choice of a helpmate for life while his bride has been connected with Hartford College for several terms and has given unu sual satisfaction and had been employed for the ensuing year She Is the daughter of Mr J P Sanderfur the well known attorney and numbers her friends by the score TUB REPUBLICAN joins a host of friends and wishes for Dr Shullz and his most estimable lady a long and prosperous life L Court Notes In the case of B N Patterson vs Eliza Taylor c the defendants won and the plaintiff filed grounds for new trial The plaintiff was represented by Neal Barnes and Gully lIeav rio represented the defendants Jas A Hines vs Mcllenry Coal Co was decided for the defendant Jas A Drake vs A A Iglehatt the verdict of the jury was for 25 for the plaintiff Neal Darnel repte sented the plaintiff and M L Heav rln represented the defendant W T Austin vs I C R R CoItrial Tuesday resulted in a of 55 for the plalntlfl J P Sanderfur represented the plalntlQ and H P Taylor the defendant In the case of Jno M Pate vs JoILawson the plaintiff secured for 20 D L Kelly represented the plalntlfl and Jno B Wilson represent ed the defendanljW was continued at the cost of the plaintiff The Eaton Glover Co vs Jno W- Hale was set forward until the 12th day fps trial Tbere have been a number ode fendant judgment rendered at this turn S I Hussy vs T M Bell e in regard to a road in the Bufonl comt munity was continued The court has had under submis sion a number of equity casts for trial at this term and has rendered a num ber ol judgments In the cases of G R McElwain vs Evansville and Dowling Green Packet Co the defendant won in each case The cases were brought by Neal Barnes and the defendant realizing the importance of the Cases immediately employed the well known attorney ColJ S R Wedding to look after its interest in the matter Col Wed ding took bold of the cases and work diligently in the matter and through his efforts assisted by Glenn Ringo and Col Watterman the case were won- T Help young ladles to withstand the shock ot sudden proposals thats what Rocky Mountain Tea has done 35c Made by Madison Medicine Co Ask our druggist m CENTRAL GROVE KY Aug 14 Again we were made to realize that life Is uncertain and death Is sure when the sal news was announced that Mrs Ella Carson wife of Mr G R Carson had breathed her last August 5 She was a good Christian woman having professed re ligion about twenty years ago and at the time of her deth was a mem ber of the Central Glove Baptist church How well miss berg She leaves a husband five children and a large circle of friends to mourn her deathMiss Madle Park is visiting in Deaver Dam the guest of Miss May Burr Miss Llllle Byers spent last week at Mr W J McIntyre near Ceralvo Mr L B Loney Is attending thet Daviess County Association at Owens boro this week AONFSIA Notice in Bankruptcy n the District Conrt ot the Unltwl states for the Wrattrn District ot Kentucky Oimibnro l lvl lon In the modes ol Italphl lu UMimpleylllnra llankripti To the creditors of Ralph Hines of Aduburg in the County of Ohio end District aforesaid bankrupts Notice is hereby given that on the 3d day of August A D 1901 the said Ralph Hines were duly adjudi cated bankrupts and that the first meeting ot their creditors will be held at the law office of J A Dean in Owensboro Kentucky on the 20thI day of August A D Igd1 at 2 pmC at which time the said creditors mayI attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupts and transact such other buclness as mayI propeVly come before said meeUngI J A DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy August 10 1931 I Taken up an estrayOne little bay mare about 20 years old from appearance has had one rib broken on each side Owner can have same by pay ing the expense ot advertising and other throuble Address W H SIMMONS Westerfield Ky ScrofulaFew It may develop no slowly as to cause Utte If any disturbance during tlio whole period of childhood It may then produce Irregularity of the stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh consumptionbeforeeruption or glandular swelling quUeIreotion you can rely on Hoods SarsaparillaThe best of all nrdlclnes for all bnmors RAGTIME Calls a Halt on the No Politics In it Boys Horse Branch August 14 While the Democratic leaders are going over the county almost singing themselves hoarse on theres no pol itics in this election our minds run- back to the campaign of 99 and No vember 3 igro when one of them said I cant endorse Mr Taylors course and to vote for Yerkes would be to endorse all the lawlessness of last winter By these words he vir tually acknowledges that he can en dorse a State Contesting Board that unseated a duly elected Governor after his certificate of election had been given him by a Democratic Election Board and seated a man who had been honestly defeated by 8500 majority he can endorse disfranchising the vot ers of Jefferson and Magoffin counties the conduct ot Bob Lock Crlte Mul Ira and ONeill for denying the voters their rights of suffrage at the polls in 99 lor same a four yearsentence In the penitentiary now hangs over them he can endorse Joe Blackburn putting dynamite under the Eleventh District and blowing it to hell because the Republican majority is 19 ooo the murder ot John Sandford the sending of his wife to the Irice land Asylum that Music Hall Con vention and a hundred thousand dollar corruption fund to hang Gov Taylor and damn the Republican par that Georgetown court the nil ings of Judge Crantrillthe evidences of Noaks Weaver Anderson and Golden that packed and perjured that convicted Yontsey Powers Pond Howard along with the picture painting candidate for clerk can endorse letters sent abroad over the county asking defeated candidates to make the race Independent that they might reap some benefit therefrom But of all their fakes and tricks they will fall as flat as the rest of the tick et that was ground out at the Goebel Democratic fake factory on March 4th RAG TIME I stayUnlessand blackheads away Do this dont look like a fright tonlghtAsk Special Excursion to Louisville- A special excursion train September 6th leaving Beaver Dam 4 p m tickets will be sold at rate of 1 75 for round trip good going and returning only on special train returning leaves Louisville September 8 1201 neon On account of Owensboro Coor ed Fair August 393151 round trip tickets from Beaver Dam to Owens boro and return will be sold at rate of t 25 on sale August 29 30 and 3 ist limited to September 2nd for return A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of Ballaids Horehound Syrup in all cases o Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and 50 cts J H Williams m Notice All persons interested in the Milton Taylor cemetery are invited and urged- to meet at that cemetery on August 23 and bring necessary tools to clear off the yard and repair the fence The cemetery has been greatly neglected and should have had earlier attention Friends dont fail to come Very truly DAvE JOHNSON Where the digestion is good and the general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no hab iUtion in the human body Whites Cream Vermifuge not only destroys every worm bnt corrects all derange- ments of the digestive organs Price 25 cts J H Williams m Send ns 25c and get THE IlKiunucAN until after tho election 4 Bollards Stov Liniment gives Instant relief in eases of Bleeding Burns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 51 cts J H Williams m Mad Mothers Frigtful Deed Cleveland 0 August JJlIlrRobert Pringle wife of a lake captain while insane from Illness today shot thftteenyear od daughter Mil dred three times and then shot her self in the abdomen She died Mildred will probably recover Mrs Pringle would have killed her young son also but for the fact that her pis tol had already been emptied DONT BE FOOL- EDIO Take the genuine original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Mtdl clue Co Madison WIs It keeps you well Our trademark cut on each Price is cents Nevero14 In bulk Accept no aubttl aeeeeuulute Ask your dnifflJt Educate Your flowers With Ciueareti Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever If 000 all drullliita refund mood r- 4a= MARCH THE 4TH 1901 a Since the Adoption of the Chi cago Platform in96 I Have Been and am Now a Democrat July 191900ail am a Populist I am for Everything the Populist Have Advocated I IBoizthropch c to rake One J3ackvarcl Step for any Nomination or Office TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY I IWVQ heretofore in response to certain friends of mine made what I conceived to be a clear and explicit statement misapprehensionwill add to what I have already stated that since the abop lion of the Chicago Platform by the Democratic National Convention in 1896 and the reaffirmation of this Plat form by the Democratic party in Kentucky I have been and am now a Democrat As I understand the things nec essary to constitute party affiliation in this country are first allegiance to party Dlatform and second support of party nominees- I had supposed that my political position as hero defined was clearly understood by my friends in this county and I trust that there can bo no longer any room for misapprehension on this subject If nominated for County Judge by the Domocratic Con vention which meets in Hartford next Monday I expect to be nominated as a Democrat and shall ask the nomination as a Democrat I shall submit to the action of that Contention and cheerfully support its nominees whoever they may be on the Democratic Platform which that Convention will adopt Very respectfully March 1 1901 J P MILLER Judge Millers Democracy is being seriously questioned by many just now and well might it be too for during the 97 campaign he told va rious Republicans that ho was just ns good a Republican na anybody and at the same time he was sailing under the Populist fusion banner It is quite true that on the 4th of March last he published signed statement that he was and had been a Democrat since 96 had endorsed all the platforms and supported all the nomineesGoebel included The card speaks for ilielt it is quoted above and should have the attention of every citizen Below we give a letter in full which was written in answer to an inquiry last year as to whether or not he had deserted the Populist party It is self explanatory Kcctte I Xy 5uly t1cJ00 Mu T F CitowDEit MANIU KYDear Sir Yours to hand and contents noted I am glad to hear from you I ant not surprised at anything that you may hear about incyou will likely hear between now and the election that I have stolen a Rail Roadrobed a bank or raped the Queen of Eng land anything that will discredit me in the oyes of my friends but let it come I am a Populist stillandtrill pay no at tention to these Slanders I am very busy taking care of the business the people of Ohio county havo placed in my hands and have no time to foul away with those who would slander mo I am for everything the Populist have advocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomina tion Or Office I nm for Mr Bryan for President because ho teas nominated by the regular Populist convention on a Populist platform and if the Democrats and Free Silver Repub licans get on our Platform wo cant help it but they cant youindwrite you about it I hope you know met and thorn are oth ers that know me and you will hear even worso things than have yet been said but I am a Populist I lUll trying to do right Give my respects to my friends if I have any J P MILLER If any man can read these letters and say of a truth I know Judge Miller is a Democrat or that he is a Populist we will take oil our hat to him Whoever dreamed that Judge Miller would steal a railroad or that he was guilty of having robeda bank or that ho would ever attempt to rape the Queen ot England The only charge that had been preferred against him at that time was that he bad joined his for tunes with the Democratic party lie declared himself to be a Demo crat in the convention held at the court house during tbe earlyPart of July which appointed delegates to the Lexington convention and we so reported him to the public This was all that was said of him which seems to have slandered him What Slander him to call him a Dem ocrat You see what he said it is not our saying its his own language He was charged with Democracy and so nauseating was it to his mental stomach that it revolted against it and actuary emitted the above letter aa a result of the nausea It will puzzle the wisett to harmonize these manuscripts Wecant do it Its yours gentle reader to have and to hold fix it for yourself- A man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort of thing that ho likes Rough River Telephone Company ixroiroKATED Talk being cheap and necossar = you should patronize home folks where you dun buy your own phones build our own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business byonly paying RoughRiver expensCifHartford r Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies o- rt I Cumborlaad Ti1cphoaoAND jrjelegrexph Company INCOIUOIUTED Operating exchanges and toll lines in KentuckyIndlana Mlasleslppl and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McIIenry Ce tertown and surrounding country They wish to male their service as possible service to partita in the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites an other information may be obtained ift the exchange over Will Tams D 6g Store Hartford Ky C S MCCVLLOUOIManager i i Closing Out Sale I H That is we are fast closing out our Summer wear such as Ladies Dress iGoods Mens Clothing Hats and Shirts Milliner goods in fact everything in summer wear Wo have knocked tho bottom out of prices on overy thing and as wo only have about three more weeks to sell these goods you must come quick to set choice Wo are so busy colling goods at low prices that wo have no time to toll you much about it but como anti see for yourselft All 5c Lawns nt3ctItAll10c Lawns G c- All 15c Lawns and Dimities lie All20c Lawns and Dimities 14c All25c Lawns and Dimities18c- All 30c Lawns and Dimities 20c atAl1 tho best Prints 5c Factory yard tride4cG- ood Bleach Cotton5cBetter grade 7c 8c 9c and lOc Ladies Vest 3c Mens Undorshirt1DcMens Luster CoatsaOc to 225 Serge Coatsall wool 250 to 5 I Milliner goods and Straw Hats at half price Everything cheap for tho next three weeks Hoping to see everybody in that time wo are Yours for trade t CARSON CO fHartford Kentucky fiaaaa a a a QQ o ttl l s- AT 1 EVERYBODYS STORE 1 Were Never Better Than Now At this time of the year wo go over our stocks and put prices on all seasonable goods that will force their speedy sale Every department must bo cleared of odds and ends regardless of value Wash Dress Goods 4 This lino of airy Dresses and Waists is brim full of values away down and our variety is still goo- dSlippers1 In this department wo have some exceptional go dthir1Ss in 21 3 31 and 7 Goods that readily sold at 150 cut to 100 All odds and ends in our Shoo department havo Suffered tho same rate of reduction Clothing Anything in Sumner Goods at a cut price and odds and ends at price Will soil you real Summer Goods so cheap tlihloh can aflbrd to carrythem fornoxtyearsusel j General Linesi1i While wo are cutting and slashing tho odds anti ends Of j t every department wo have not forgotten to keep our lines ofaall thca around goods complete Your wants can be Eieasily and satisfactorily supplied in all staple lines Our a Grocery department is complete in every detail and our busriness in this department is conclusive proof that tho best and purest goods elicits tho most liberal patronage Our heavy stocks of Shoes Carpets Ladies and Gents Furnishings merit your attention when in need of anything in this line REMEMBER the place to do your busi ness is at r E1 Jr JSAJttINffTfCi OK JdAWiy aeaver dam g i J j 1rri ri iiT rI I 1 ZL LdhlIIUlI r LZ zTr I I H ewl 1l11Ls f j riAgbepuprtion fAss- Imi1Lg thFoodanLrnuta- t1ngthsomk3 nMI3oeIscf Promotcs ncssidRcsCOfltiIIflSflCithcr OptumNorphine norflncroi NOT Nurc OTIC OUknlDtmlJER- I I IJI Jnofou tct rorConsIi StomacpDinrrcaI TAcsin SinAlute or NEW Yom tXACT Copy OF wRPcl Jl r u Ilr I 171 1 CASTORIA For Infants nr 1 Children The Kind Yw Have Always BoughtI Bears the II Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Years ASTORIA tNt CINTAUH COM MV NEW TONS CITY v1 FIELD SONss= raorsKassozic TRANSFER LINEc w = T =orc c CAVC = = AA JJ BARTFOElDEyA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN TIm MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A BOON TO MI4R1KINJ- Janaws Lw r = Ifr noDR TABLE tS BUCKEYE ai 1 0 OJ nz c I W11j OJIcIll o KIE 4JnmWmm r ft1 en PILE I VCURE f w Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and JIJA EXTFINL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CUtU1WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE rAILED Tu is BY MAt 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BW 5hnSePicrieflr 310 North Main Street ST LOWS MO CREAMVYORMSlIn QumaUIT Dot a A Hernediest JRI Vreby JAMES F BALLARD St LouIs 1 I D I1TLIIf ddlt I of find 111 i in tut tu ttf yuurtruhhg nt tlif Hhoul that taudIu thettrytoutjitk She Sryanl Stratton Easiness College 0=0 =c = I OraAulylnlllnaAl It HllunfnlilrI 1 er nilicr mliooU luau uurii 1ml uuce that can uCvrourln tjLli 3 l mr Fflo f iUii1f0 h L l fl r cf SJlIil 6 7 rL4sai4s n Year Lesa Than a Fanny a Number TMfc SOUTEfS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga Ak a msrmote or lNJ activity lit the Southern field for 1 0 a CaccEtury Mic Sunny South 1ms uuuln beiomo I htstoryIs r j tuidIsfushJOIMupThu AITTHONV InrtIImclltllsotot I t IuteretttheCUcentKIW agent thosuJNcrlberpustatcah1noonpaIed by the tuUamount 260 net to us entitks trceIform nl A p touthslitamm7 nilthemOomtttluUoo both tat only 5125 a year ltcmlt that zuouit pupenOtiUirarypL MdieM all letters and reinitlanccs to I iTHB SIWNY SOUTH ATLANTA CAI riTfIEAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK s 25000 00 OpAMOUNTAddress all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY J GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS I I JM Hartford RepubMean FRIDAY AUGUST 16 ADULTERATED COFFEE GROCER WHITE FOUND GUILTY OF VIOLATING OHIOS PURE FOOD LAWS Xntfrtailner Fuel ConctrmlBK the Itoaitlnar of Coffee Bronchi ot by Scientific Expert Prennce of Bao Urla TOLEIX 0 Aug 3Tho Jury In Judge Mecks court In this city has found James White n local grocer gallty of Belling adulterated coffee The prose cation was based on a package of Ar buckles Arloea coffee The State of OhlolIrough the Pure Food Commission prosecuted White The case was on trial for nearly n month and attracted national atten tion The manufacturers of Arlosa coffee conducted the defense for Grocer White the best attorneys In the country were retained to defend him but1 after a short consultation a vcr diet of guilty was returned by the Jury The State of Ohio considers this a big victory Pure Food Commissioner Ulacklmrn has been waging a warfare MI spurious food articles and the de pnrtment has been successful The cr pIntnt ot the State of Ohio was that Arlosa coffee was coated with a substance which concealed defects in tbi coffee end mn le It appear better tan It Is TJje State charged this coating or glazing was a favorable me dium for the propagation of bacteria Prof O A Klrcumnlcr of this city a well known chemist was the princi pal witness for the State Ho had made sclontlllc examinations of sam pies of Arioso purchased from Grocer White In the open market lIe found that each Arlosa berry contained an average of 300 bacteria Mr Kirch maler further testified that other cof fees he examined contained few bacteria or none at all He declared that the glazed coffee was not a wholesome food product Chemist Schmidt of Cincinnati corroborated the testimony if Prof Kirch maler The State did no present fur ther testimony The defense through the Arbuckles who prepared this glazed coffee pe cured some of the most eminent chem ists and scientists In the United States to give testimony la their behalf Prof n W Wiley If tile United State Ag ricultural Department Prof Vaughn of Ann Arbor Unlrewlty Profs niclle and Webber of the Ohio State Unler sty were called to defend Arlosa Dr Wiley had made a careful examination of the method of manufacturing Arlo sa lIe told of the 10000000 eggs used by the Arbuckles yearly In the prepara tion of this glazing On this point In cross examination the States attorney deftly drew from him the Information that these eggs might be kept in cold storage by the Arbuckles for a year or two at a time The experts who heard Dr Wileys testimony fero pleased to be able to catch so famous a chemist The doctor at one point In his testimony ex plalned wry clearly how It Is that the egg put Into the coffee pot by the house wife scales the coffee lIe said that the heat coagulates the egg and as It sinks to the bottom of the pot It carries the fine particles of coffee with It and titus clarifies the drink It Is the act of coagulation In the coffee pot that does the work later on In his cross exam motion he had to admit that when the egg was put on Arlosa coffee at the factory It became coagulated and as egg cannot be coagulated but once that the coating on coffee was practically no value as a settler when It reached the coffee pot Prof Wiley acknowledged that the glazing might be a favorable medium forithe propagation of bacteria al though be would not testify positively either way because bu was not a bar teriologist lrof Vaughn of Ann Arbor also a witness for the Arbuckloa said he found bacteria on Arlosa coffee lrot itlelle another fitness for the defense found any nuulber of lively bacteria on Arlosa coffee he examined and ho agreed that glazed coffee surely was a more favorable medium for the propagation of bacteria than uuglazed coffee Pure Food Commissioner Blackburn says The State Is very much elated over Its victory against this corpora tion Wo are now considering the ad visability of Informing every grocer In tho State of Ohio that It Is an Infrac tion of tho laws to sell Arlosa and at the same time give warning to con sumers that the coffee Is an adulterat ed food article The verdict of the Jury In this case Is of national Importance because u great many other States have pure food laws like that of Ohio and It Is natural to suppose that similar action will be taken by other Pure Food Commis sioners to prevent the sale of glazed coffees AVnihlnBton FBitldlon Klnirann lawrence earl of Ferrets a distant relative of George Washington had n most tyrannical temper and one day In a Ct of passion ho cut down with his sword his steward an old gentleman named Johnson The latter hind given no provocation for the deed and tilt crime was nu net of brutality Inexcusa ble save that tho earl may not have been well balanced mentally Ho was brought to trial for killing Johnson privilogoTho house of lords was thronged dur provedtotenced to be hanged at Tyburn Ap peals were made to the king for clem ency but In vain Ferrers met his fate with considerable bravado He was andinsistedthe ceremony To this whim the execu lloner agreed and the earl was turned lift otherwise like any other telouJ Protection for The South Diwn in New Orleans it has been the Democratic cum to clenonnci Pocctlon as robjery except in It application to UlIugar industry New theta is n cha e of tone and a muffling of the robhxty cry Thr Picayune rays Tle Southern States still Democratic Jut lapldly becoming great manufacturing com munities have ome need of Tarifl Protection Here then Uiey find necessary a chaige ot policy with no change of pilnciple Samuel J Rae jall ol Philadelphia one of the ablest I and soundest of the Democratic lead N 1 r era ol his day was In favor ol a Tariff because he represented a great manu facturing State and city It there fore comes about that the Democratic patty in the South must revise Its policy to suit the change In conditions while Us stands firmly upon its gren principle The holding up of Ran dall as a guiding light of the Demo cracy on the Tariff question sbowe that times have changed and for the betterRcbester Democrat and Chronicle ItSavod His Baby My baby was terrible sick with the diarrhoea we were unable lo CUlt him with the doctors assistance anr as a last resort we tried Chamberlains CoIc Cholera and Darrhoea Remedy says Mr J II Doak of Williams Ore I am happy to say it gave Im mediate relict and a complete cure Ior ate by Z Wayne Griffin Bro OASlx OnJABean thelIe tn You Hue 11J18Dug111 Blguttm Itt CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYeROY PILLS 11 oSb t1e7a furIIIIIttOoiirIdiilltminnd liullnllon llujruf yourlttucgtet ir ami tt in uunpx for Partleupr TollnonlnU and llrllrf fur L4lr l+ biter bylitCH1CHE8TKR CIIBMIOAL 00 sloe Mdla Mquarr 1HILt PA XU UI pt These are prosperous days for out country and Tariff tinkering conk only work injury Let well enougl aloneWarwlck N Y Advsitlset Ifyou have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way t check any unusual looseness ofthi bowels or diarrhoea so comtroa It Jtnall children O P M Holllday 3f Dewing Ind who has an elevei months old child says Througl the mouths ofJune and July our bad was teething and took a running ot it the bowels and sickness ol tbi ttomach His bowels would movi Irom five to tight times a day I ba i bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cho ra and Dlanhoea Remedy in tIn house and gave him four drops In i teaspoonful ol water and he got bettei it once For sale by Z Wayne Grit in Bro m Tariff revision has a queer sounr lomlng from Republicans but per laps one will get used to ItRacine WIs Journal Dot Tobiffo Spit sad I1It Tour Uf Stisy- To quit tobacco easily and foreter be mac etle run or lite nerve antS vigor take NoTo Sac the wonder worker that makes itealt men trong All drugcltUMoortl Cure rUlno ceil Ilooiilet and sample tree Address teillne Remedy C Oblcaco or New York Cl6r nieeGT900 aary YearlyMen find Women of rood adilm torrpmenl II ome to trAtri ftppolntBg egratil oUjer 101 8DOIIIarjnd exp OM4 rapid adruniviuent old establish d house timed rbanra for rarant man CT poItlonliberalVrlteaton 1511- SSTtFFUItll IMIKVi S3 fhnrcliMl ew llnvni oslo To Ccfi Constipation Forercr Tale Cuicarvts Candy Cathartic tOo or SaHCCC raU to jure druceUta reunil mooar Hughes Chill Tonic PaJatabJeBetterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Artenic TUG OLD RELIABLE Exqellent GENERAL TONIC- A well na o sure auro lor IIIIIH nnd KE vain Malarial lryer Swamp Fcrrra and till Ion Vvttn It Never FailsJ- ust wlmt you need at this easonM Ln LA XATI VE NERVOUS SEDA T 1 V E SPLKNDIJ TONIC Uaarant il IIy your DrnirirKt Dunt take any substitute Trylltlw and llno =PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet CoSTtSO INCOniOIIATED Loulsvlllo Ky u ranAmui anEx tdti n Best reached bv the tLINOI OENTBAL R R Through esrylce yill iemihln LrinUTlllo nn rlnnHtl nnd tlevpliiil rffrrtiV Oil nni utter May S5 anlciiIsllng 4- SLEEPING CAR WITHOUT CHANGE ngTwiua New OrleansAND BuffaloAn evening departure from New Or leans and a morning arrival at Baflalo DININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARS Kn route rnrHmlnr otngfnUot the llllnol Central and ronnictlog line w u UURHAV lilY 1iiMr ARrnt Sw Orleans Isa A KtiiTT lrilon Imnr XKcutrtmniibl 4411 IlAxnox ii H A W A KKLLOXD 41I1A Cblcuito IxinUrlll X co rWAS BETRAYED BY A KISS Murderer Who Masqueraded as Woman Detected by a Child Memphis Tenn Aug 12 A kiss Is the new factor in criminal records It rnibioUen the sealo a seven years secret brought a murderer to justice and revealed the man in womans clothing who had for seasons deceived an entire community Jennie Sears nf Huntsville Ark whose sensational arrest last Tuesday as the man want ed for n crime committed in western Texas created tbe wildest excitement as convicted by a kiss The ethics of the kiss masculine and the kiss feminine do not so much enter into the evidence n the ample physical fact that Miss Jennie had too long neglected the barber There tote when a little girl carried away bv the excess of her affection for the SWett yonng school teacher threw her arms about her neck Dud planted her rosy lips full on Misa Seams mouth she became conscious 01 n cur tons pricking sensation Being a hld of an inquiring turn of mind she uedittled on the pheiomenon llll she evolved a theory And it was her position of this unique discovery hat led to the detection ol one e f the Severest despemdoes that ever eluded he sherifl As has been told Jennie Sear tad for seven years played the woman o an admlilng audience in the little ural settlement e f Arkansas Her ippearance was the immediate st uence of a singularly coldbtco led murder In the Lone Star State Thr victim an iunociut young Cuunltj girl bad been done to her death by a jtalous lover one Albeit Sears of xhoai all trace had been lost When a petite blonde with shy blue yea and curly hair armed with a coi education and musical arenas plishments supposely the outcome ol t course at the Cincinnati conserva ory toaght pupils in Hualsvllle she vas accepted much as a gift from a xnignant Providence Charmingly oofiding young woman with vast possibilities in the social line ate rot in everyday occurrence in that region tad Madison county pteseutly rang WIth her pintses When a petition was circulated ask ng that the have charge of the coun y school the susceptible trustees ielded without a dissenting voice Miss Jennie entered on her duties n an atmosphere 01 worship from the allants sound about Her mannei if handling what might have proved in embarrassment of beaux to any ess astute damsel however only von her fresh euconlums She be stowed her favors with such unerring lUcrelion that each thought hlmsell the favoredone The school prospered The pretty young schoolmaam was eminently Sited for her task She ruled her pupils by love and for several years her life flowed on like a peaceful tide The disturbing element which sud leniy roughened the current was a too ardent wooer who in tbe person If a local politician pressed his suit- n and out of season The hesitation of Miss Sears was met with a hint hat her suitors influence might be uoughl to bear against her in her tchool appointment This forced her land She promptly resigned Tbe little drama which had ol course been witnessed by the entire counly only raised Miss Sears higher in public estimation and the private tchcol she presently opened was widely patronized The youthful principal made her home with her eachers and wn a figure at all social gatherings Two years passed nnd tier reign was undisputed Then came the kiss and the denouncement- It wns during recess one day that little May Hancock the twelveyear old daughter of a farmer bestowed upon Miss Sears the fateful caress and received in return the pricking sensation already alluded to Mary made no comment at the time but when that evening came she chimed upon her fathers knee to give him a goodnight kiss and experienced the same stinging of her tender akin from his unshaven visage the coincidence moved her to speak Her story at first discredited asI childish imagining and finally bellto d brought to wind other inexpHcabe nippenings and link by link the chain of evidence was wielded against he school li a her So carefully was the matter kept trout Miss Seara that when Detec tive living at Biilrd Ttx arriver with his warrant he rounded up hi priioncr without a moments deluy Sicrcly he ccused the dainty fcheol iiintm cf bing a man and when shr would hays denied It and braved ii nut the unfeeling detective ficc hei to sttip to the waist revealing the masculine chest and thotridets an unanswerable argument A belt strappul abut the waist contained Hjcoj The dismay in Huntsville knew no bounds At first lynchig sai threat encd but Irving carried off his prisoner successfully Sears laughed cynic ally when asked why he had worn womans garb asserting that it was easier to make n living as a woman than n man The true method of controlling the tlustS Is that ptoposedby the Ways and Means Committee the House of Representatives the passage ofa constitutional amendment giving Con iI II isag- resa power to enact the necessary legislation The first step in that di rection would be the passage of a na lloual corporation law to rephce the diversified laws lint now obtain in the different Statcs and which have rjo weight over con o nlons outside the State boundaries Helena Mont Record tSunlit ANIIUll liiTlnio Saves nIne lube Tonic Unte ilm inli tn ken Ia early HirlDit nud Fnll timrrnt tIiills- Oenga Ualiirlnl Peters Acts on tb Ilrrr tones up tbaystein llettor thin Ulu1Jnlulnr Contain no Aorule trilL At DrnB gist HOo anil f 100 lttles Since the rains many of our farm ers whose fields were practically burned up now say they will make a few nubbins another rain and it will be half a crop another does pret ty well another and the cry will go up for hands to help gather It and Instead ol selling stock because ol the lack of tot to winter them razor back sows and lousy calves will bring as much as a corner lot in a boom own Exchange A lame shoulded is usually caused by rheumatism oi the muscles and nag be cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Palm For sUe- byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m v CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thoASignature of Wool prices are constantly going up much to the dismay of the Vice Trade shtlekers Lewlstown Moat rgus The Inws ol health require that lie too ets move one etch day andone cf the penalties for violating this lss Is piles Keep your hotels regular by takiuk n dose ol Chamberlains Ftom ich and Liver Tablttt when necessary And you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by Z Wayne Cii- ifiuhiro m Come to Stay- I ain not a KINO CORK ALL IN WATCHES Nor Is any one else I have had 27 years experience includ ing apprenticeship I am located at r II Williams drug store I am here permanently In other word come to stay Not withstanding repotts to the contrary I intend tu bring my family here where we ex pect to be lawiblding citizens I am not turning horn pillow to post and tikingraoney out one town to help mild up others Bilng your work to- ae and you will receive the best york at the lowest prices- C R MAitTiN Jeweler 04srOEtJABean the S Kij Yss 11115 Alsi FAtgtt Elgcatm 111cf d For 2c you win liuvo nl the county news until Novonv her 10 n rare opportunity No one knows the unbearable torture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by piles unless they have set ered Irom them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them Tablet Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible cure Price 50 cts In bottles tube- t7SCtLJ II Williams m THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlccaWeek EditlonAI most a Daily at the Price 01 a Weekly Tli rmlilentlal eompniRn Is orrr lost till worM goes on last the same and It la loll otns i TolMrntbtanrn lat a It I promptly and Importlalljr all that jon bay to do I to loot In th rolOHio of Th TbtltfollW1t Mltlono the New Turk World nbkb omen to tbeanu srriber IM times n yiwr- Th TbriwnXV k World illlltrrnr anpnb Italics ot lint news bag given It clrrnUtlon whir- ever the KnirlUh lunguoR In iken onil jfin wnntlt Tbe ThtlnWt Worlds regular inlmerlp tlon pries Li only floo ner yenr We otter tbli unequaled laewpalwr and Till lUcrcDLicm to xclhf on jmir lor ttII The regular inb rrltlon urke of the two pa pn U Zoo I 40 U M Fitn lua It f II has 340000 subscribers and this fJII o I PILESwith protruilliic Jllcawtton by conitlra lion with for twenty years I ran across your CASCABKTSInitht lawn of Newell la and ncrer found anything to equal them Today I am entirely Into from piles and feet like a now man II KIITS 1111 Jones St Sioux CltrILJ CANDY CATHARTIC TMAOI MMN M4WTIMO Pleuiat Palatable IMtenk last flood o- Ooudlfar SIcken W uoor Gripe Woott CURE CONSTIPATION Surttef w4 fps bINS IeIeA Iw Ysib III foMawl mrnt d by alldIIIHUIUIAl llitilO tJUKIJTO eco UaMU t5Volil HnowlUR 40 years purees In the Month prom IInibe Ti nlc a greilt rawly for Chill ami all Malailal rer n llettr than Calomel and IJnlulne Con talus no Arnnrnlc lIaaratl try It At lime gilt Wound 1100 bottle SUM Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To rind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours aIsediment or set krd r lllng Indicates an a unhealthy oondl C if tton of the kid V nays If It stains linen It Is 4 j evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pus It or palnin5 fine bacK Is also convincing that the kidneys and bladder are ou of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the treat kidney remedy fulfills every wtah In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary pasuge It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant neeeult ct being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times dating the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the beat Sold by druggists InSOe andjl sizes You may 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