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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u L r4 THE HARTDRD EEPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL DUn OF THE PABIT IN TBEf OUBTH CONGRESSIONAL DlilBICI Subscription 1 a year VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 23 1901 No5b M l j lJ I J 1 t io i r f i 1p IT MAKES WOMEN NAPPY yuntromand cornpIlcatlonn writes Un O N YorkNhubaonebottleenconnged that 1 look 4more bottlea of rontlnuedtkIlIr anllrrlfoablbarn also tralnttl ten pounds in weight and ont Houtait farads of offort for I a A a new woman once more our advice sad OurPerorfteltescriptioaI the cause 0 lPlDEg9 DYJ1l M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will prnrttat kl end wlon In Ml the roirUnl olAlIIj1ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHTfUltn UV Will pratllrahU tiroltMloi la tit tbe roarUuf Otto roest7 nod sort of AII 1ruseptnd eamal eumlilmUon ntr n nil LDItr11Ioa- IDl Uffin orrr i iblu tVJoot Hack JNO D WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW KYP making nbtraelarWauarl InMlc lur Ohio conn ty UmnoortbkkpuWksgosn C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT 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HARTFORD KY Will bt prntnwlun la till tberourtaol Ktntncky NIula1nttentlunsnrrtocolteetion- ettlmentof rnrnw criminal prnrtlo Imo opuUIra Orion Murk JSK WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW HARTFORD KY Will prullr hU prolnmlon In nil tin courts of Ohio nod Bdjolnlnn mnntln unit t ho Innrt ol Ap at Prompt nttontlon Rlrrn to nil bnrtne- aatrntedtn Mm Ofllnt In IlKrtinLicAN hall ling R R WEDDING Attorney at Law IlAnxpORi KY Will prnrtlo bU prolcwlon In theconrUo Oblo and ndjolnlim cuuutlni Abui Notary lubll SouthernRailway Through Kl nt lint Honthern Unt- oKENTUOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROUNAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 1408 MUM Three Dully Train Between Loula Till and Lexington UliMrrntlon Chair Cur TntlailesT nrrlre Ix nl Tllllrora Br nth wltb train nftk lUlaoUCtntratliallroadnnd I IL 4Btljiltil ForlalormnUoondd l A WUDOItI A T A III 4th Avej Lonlarlll wit U TAyor Aul tent O P A Luutatlne i iAP4aOwtO tYtrhlnta REPUBLICAN SUCCESS What Can be Accomplished in Good Old KentuckyProperL- eadership Neccessary Kentucky would under wise guid ance evertually become a Republican State This result might not be achieved In one year or two but it could be made reasonably certain Some time ago the Hvenlng Post Indi Gated how it was possible for the South Instead of being the chief reliance of the Democrats to become a Republican etiooghold The South long isolated industriously and commercially Is becoming more and mote a part of the Nation The political Unity established by the war between the states 13at last producing cow mercial and industrial unity and this in turn must strengthen political uni ty to the extent of putting Southern participation In currant politics in harmony with the dominant spirit and Interest of the Nation The South as its resources develop Is more and more Interested in the maintenance of the sound public poll cy that makes this development poa sible This means a growing Repub lican party In the South for there is no prospect that the South will be able to find lu any other party either the policy or the leadership essential to the continuation of Southern progress Kentucky not having been so thoroughly cut off from its participa tion in the National life will natural ly be one of the first of the Southern States to put Itself in complete accord with the dominant political sentiment of the Nation There is practically no Negro question In Kentucky politics and the old prejudices have been greatly disturbed by the events of the past few yearsLouisville the metropolis of the South under decent Republican lead etshp Is overwhelmingly Republican Lexington Owensboro and MaysvlIIe are Republican With a fair express PaducahCovington are against the Democratic machine The Blue Grills region Is gradually becoming Republican The lulure growth of Kentucky now promises to be very largely in the city of Louisville and the despised mountain region The mountains are the least developed part 01 the- Statelooandthe are the rlchestin nat ural resources Louisville Isgrowing more rapidly tow than ever before It Is natural then that population and wealth should for some time to come incrtpec more rapidly In Louis ville and the mountains than in any any other part ol the State and this means that if Kentucky is not Re publican it will scon become so by natural growth provided of course the Republican patty entrusts leader ship to honest and capable men There is therefore the greatest in centive for the honesty intelligence and patriotism In the Republican par ty to assert themselves even at the sacrifice of a temporary victory With the prospects before their party the Republicans should build not merely for a day but for the future which is so easily theirs it they deserve suc cess In the present crisis in their nflrs the Republicans are not mere ly on trial for the present campaign They are called upon to say whether they will occupy the great field that is open to them whether the people can look to them for relief from Goe bellstn or whether they must start from the bottom to organize for the destruction of both machinesLouls yule livening Post rnStick to the Farm There is no royal road to wcalth and the farmer who attends to his business as closely as the city man is apt to succeed It is very seldom you hear of a farmer in the bankrupt court I am free to admit that it seems they are legislated against and every effort made by those in power to use them as stepping stones to their own fortune but dlsplte all this the farmer has the beet ol Gods gift I remem ber well when a college boy I was much impressed by the remark of my professor of Greek Some member of llieclnja bad just read tbf passage from Xenophon which read Agri culture is the nursing mother ot the arts The criticisms of the tracher were many but he finally snid Gentlemen I have abounded respect for the agriculturalist It is a Godgiven calling one not from man The first man was a farmer- I have not forgotten the stirring at the heart produced then The city I with its glare and bustle a fiords a place to spend money faster as a rule than you can make It The farmer who sticks to the farm can raise all he needs to eat and more the social aide of city life is generally s hollow mockery that of the country pure and true American Agricul curia A Mlnlstors Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious colic got A bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholein and DlarrtoeaRemedy- took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Etnporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or thtec bottles of medicine from the doctor lie used them for three or four days without relief then called In another doctor who treated I him for some days and gave him no I relief to discharged him I went 1 over to see him the next morning He said his bowels were In a terible I fix that they bad been running ofl so long that it was almost blcoJy flux I asked him If he had tried Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeby and he said No I went I home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose In fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured Tihlnk It the best medicine I have ever tried For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The blessed man that preached for us last Sunday said Mrs Parting ton served the Lord for thirty years first as a ciicnst rider and then as a locust preacher and last as an ex hauster A lame fchoulded Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m A CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of IrNnrrrM Wnrlb Knowing 4lymraraxM In the South prort llnulx1 Tonic a anutt remedy tor Chili and nil Malurinl Terra llctttr than Cnlomrl and Julnlnt Con tubas no Annrnle tlunmntrcdtrjr It At Drag girt McandtlNbuttlM STtM IN A BLANKET She Entered Atlantic City Hav ing Lost Her Clothing A trip to the seashore in a night robe and a blanket was a novel expe dente that befell Miss Mary S Lewis of Baltimore Miss Lewis was a pas senger from Bat more on a Pullman train and when nesting Philadelphia early in the morning arose and began to dress She found her berth small and inconvenient and knowing that there was a large ladles dressing room In the forward car she went there tQ arrange her hair After completing her toilet she ttailed to return to her own car when she found it gone The porter explained that the car in which her berth was situated was filled with seashore passengers only and It had been detached outride of Philadelphia and sent to the shore She did just what other women would have done under such ciicumttinccs cried a little and then fainted The conductor felt very sorry for her mishap but the bett he could do was to loan her a large blanket then stop the train at Trenton and send her on with the hope she could pick up the clothes at this end A down train was caught at Trenton and she arrived only a few hours alter her ap parel which was being cared for by the station agent She was very thankful and loft no time in getting Into the garments and making a dash for a hotel In an omnibus Atlantic Cor Philadelphia Sun Cures KtBvnm and netting Humor Throw a lite HlooilCcmU Kolti Inlt to try II B B B Botanic Blood Balm taken internally will kill all the humors in the blood that cause the awful itching of Eczema Scabs Scales Ulcers Watt ery Blisters Dolls 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 Boanic Blood Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skin B D D Ilt drug stone t Trial treatment free by writitsg Bo3d Balm Co Atlanta Ga Des be trouble and free medical advlce gtfo until cured Costs nothing to trylljBas medicine Is sent prepaid tm We eel sorry for the man who does not pay for and read his home paper He is no better than a man without a country lie la like a homeless cow that has no regular grazing pasture but grazes around promiscuously en weeds and thistles No matter what he may read the solid safe straightforward citizen insists on having his home papernx A Queer Name You can talk all yon want to about YOU queer names but Ive got one that caps them all said a well known railroad man who had just returned from a trip In the southern part ol the Stale relates the Duluth NewsTri bune This mans name is Thing and hes a preacher too He Is call ed everything anything and rome times any old thing but he bears it all with a patient shrug The way he got his name is rather amusing He lives near Zumbrota in Goodhue county When he was a youth and his name was handed to him it was Hogg yes spelled the same way and also pronounced that way Alter he engaged upon his ministerial duties he did not care to DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Yell Pumps p GUARANTEED V I ITHE BEST i TIaYBaloTics Coilwire Grato Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc all 1 McHenry Mfg t aCConMoIcnry Ky I be called a hog so be asked that his name be changed He appealed to the District Court and the Judge asked him what name he preferred He replleilnrsayldg anything xould do Therefore they gave him the name rf thing and it Is his for keep He is the pastor of a pretty little white church with green blinds and every one tbatjlcnows him says he Is a good thingEx No Chance for Democrats The protectionists cf the country wilt neter Intrust the revision of the tariff to its enemies no matter how tnxch atlvarlance their views as to its expedience may be The Democratic partyis committed to the principle of free trade and it is essentially hostile to thy principle of Protection The Oemoctajjidecelvedthe people once by posing as advocates of ttriQ reform They will never be able to repeat the trick The Democratic patty can never draw votes ftom among the Repub licans on that Issue The Republicans will never Intrust to any except their own party that important work The Democratic party was led by its wisest counsellors when it was given an opportunity to revise the tar- Iff In 1892 The dismal failure made provledthe tarlQ can never be wisely accom plished except by those who are fully in sympaty with and umlenUnd the principles of ProtectionColumbus- Ohio Journal The taws of health require that the bowels move one each day and one of the penalties for violating this law is plies Keep your bowels regular by ttkink a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by Z Wayne Grif fin Bro m Another on the K C Many good stories have been told In regard to the K C cannon ball which runs between Richmond and Rowland Last week a gentleman who had left Richmond early that morning and reached Lancaster at noon went six miles said that while coming down the train stopped In the middle of a large field As it remained some time he climed out and asked Capt Phil Price the cause of the trouble 40h cothinjj re plied Price only some cows on the track Soon as they get out of the way we will go ahead The gentle main rdnrned to the coach and pres ently train started and ran several miles when It stopped again After a wait the gentleman went out to again Inquire the cause Oh we have overtaken those same cows again said Capt Price and Henry Lammers the engineer has to wait until they get out of his wayLanc- aster Record r I Herbine is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it thor oughly cleanses the stomach and bow els of all bilious humors and expels all Impure secretions of the body Price 50 cts J H Williams m THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of tho Nerves A Pleasant and Poil tlvo Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drnnkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by p rlodlcal or copstant use of intoxicating liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery Is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands ofDrunk- ards into sober industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands 1 11 ChiN dren cure your fathers 1 This rem edy Is in noKense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and Is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taster so that It can be given in a cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge of the person tak ing It Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this piicelesa remedy and as mauy more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving filcnds and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe to day that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do uot be deluded by ap parent and leading Improvement Drive out the disease at once and for nil time The The Home Gold Curels fold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost ing z6 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia- All correspondents strictly confidential A TRAMPS HONESTY Hungry and Cold With One Thous and Dollars in His Possession Ive slept under a shed with the thermometer nay down below zero Slid the tramp and Ive gone two long days with nothing to eat but I am telling you straight that when I once had f1000 in my pocket I was worse off than at any other time I can remember I had just been let out of the Bridewell in Chicago and was begging on the streets and was being turned down on every hand when I picked up a 1000 bill on the side walk I thought it was a dollar and you bet I made a hustle to get down a side street When I dodged into a doorway and made out that I was f1000 ahead of the game the sweat started from every pore and my knees knocked together I was regularly seasick for ten minutes and my heart thumped away until I thought it would break out That 1001 meant a heap for me you understand but I was so excited it was two hours before I could do any buyIstore and picked them out When I exhibited that i oobl11 the clothier ran to the door to call a policeman I got away by a tight squeeze andthen I realized the situation Tramp that I was I couldnt get it changed at a bank nor use it to make me comforta ble If it had been a 10 bill I could have had lodgings and a bed but Im telling yon that I walked the streets as hungry as a shark and slept in police stations and lumber yards Under the circumstances the bill might as well have been a piece of brown paper I tried all sorts of dodges to gtt It busted but it was co go Every time I showed it I ran the i risk of arrest I offered a butcher f100 to get it changed but he refused to have anything to do with it Id have sold it for half price and been glad to but there was no such thing a deal Finally in despair I went to one ol the newspaper offices and look ed up the advertisements for the wetk past The loser had advertised and I went to his office in a big building and gave up the bill The reward was 50 but he counted out 10 on top of that and said I wouldnt have believed there was such honesty In the world You could have kept the bill as well as not He look down my name and all that and gave the affair away to the reporters They wrote me up as the honest tramp and had my picture in the papers but j ou may guess I didnt enjoy it overmuch I had 60 instead of Jijooo nd as for my honesty it was all bosh I returned the bill because I had to and though Im hun gry and dead broke and dont know where to turn in for the night Im not looking for any more big finds Something with A figure 2 in the corner will just about fit my vest pocket Boston Herald If you have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels or diarrhoea so common to small children 0 P M Holliday of Deming Ind who has an eleven mouths old child says Through the months ofJune and July our bady was teething and took a running off ol the bowels and sickness ot the stomach Ills bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cho era and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once For sale by Z Wayne Grif fin sit Bro m Justice Brothers Scottsvllle is fortunate in having a wide selection of capable young men from which to select her county and state officials The Justice brothers are representative men of their section R B Justice Republican nom- Inee for County Judge having receiv ed a majority of 693 votes over his op ponent out of i 300 votes cast He was raised on n farm and ou attaining manhood became a school teacher He has twice been elected county clerk W II Justice the Republican nom mac for representative for Allen coun ty is a twin brother of R B Justice and like him a school teacher lie bids fair to be as popular an officialas his brother although this is his first venture into politics They ire sons of the late J A Justice The Negro of the South- A well dlessed colored man alighted from the train at Crawley La the other day The town constable did not know his business and there f ire concluded he was a suspicious charac ter and attempted to arrest him He refused to be arrested A crowd of loafers was organized and he was pur sued and lynched because he refused to submit to arrest and fired n pistol to frighten oil the mob that was men acing him Well things tare coming to a pretty pass First the colored u A HEALTHY WO1AN1 IUrI Clara Kakcmer ofTho Florence Crittenden Anchorage Mission Chicago Mrs Clara Malteraer formerly withI tho Christian Medical Hospital and D- IpenryofChleagoand present housekeeper for the Florence Crittenden An choraga Minion of Chicago write the followsng let te rfrom s07 Ch eI tnu tree tChicago S ThoPernnafedlcineCoCelnmbue0lOentlomonPernns have ever known for genaratdeblllty nrecnrpforllvercomplalntandanever faillng adjuster In case of dyspepsia I have also used It In use of female Irregularities and weak nerves com moo to the sex and have found It most satisfactory For almost any Internal trouble Peruna Is aa ideali medicine chest Mri D Finlay Fetoskey Mich writes i I never war better In myllfe than I am now Pernna Use cured me Kwaiflitysevon years old last Friday men charged with criminal assalt ur on women were lynched then colored men who killed injured or threatened a white man were lynched whether the act complained of was done in selfdefense or not Next colored women were lynched for having been suspected of finding money and not returning it to its owner then we bad a colored man lynched for stealing a bottle of pop Next six colored men were strung up to a limb for being worthless Now we have a man lynched for being suspicious Meanwhile the white people of the Southare lapsing into barbarism and the negro is increasing in number intelligence and like the Jew who alter centuries of persecution has be come the worlds banker After the disfranchisement of many thousands of negro voters in the South they at tempt to exterminate them by lynching but this cannot be done we live and increase just the same Let Kentucky be redeemed from disfranchise ment of the negro vote by electing a Republican legislature G W DRANK r It Saved His Baby My baby was terrible sick with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Chamberlains Colle Cholera and Danhoea Remedy says Mr J H Doakof Williams OrelI am happy to say it gave Immediate relief and a complete cure 1or tale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro How Are Tear Kldacr DrtlobbSparartnPlllanrellkidney Ifs 9an Irtc Add gmrllog turned Co or NY Mrs JMrs Subbubs is too mean anythingMr do you say so Mrs JI hinted and hinted for a month that she let us have her baby chair which her boy has outgrown and she didnt notice but as soon as I went and bought one she said Why jou might have had mine and dont feel aa If I could be more than twenty I was sIde for flrt longyears doctored all the time Nothing helped mp permanently until I heard of Dr Hartmin and his f JIctno and ho cured me I had been ao ilek suffered almost death vomiting three or lour times dally no atrength net able to walk and now for one year and a half I hire ben s well woman People are surprised to see me ao well I tell them that Dr Hartmaa eared me with Pe rnnaFor allot tbatolaia ofdisorders known aa female diseases Peruna la without a rival because it striken at the source of these diseases Feruna produce clean healthy mucous membranes without which no woman can be strong or bean hit al Health and Beauty sent free to women only by The Feruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio k C1 ranteeG1900 YearlyMen uthuforbeatfcnlnrj guaranteed y arty aura rominlstlont and exprniMM rn pfd adra DwmeDt old ntablUh e1 house Irnad cbniio for earntit manor rmntpoltlonliberalWrite nt once rails STtrroiti rnrsN 23 Church HI ikew late Conn- To Cur Conillpatlon Torr rsaItr HealthyMothers rew mothers ors hulthy beanie their duties srs se uadlnl The anxiety of prcjiuncy the shock of chUebtfi and tht are of young chUdra Ire itvtrt trials on any woman But with Wine of Cartlll within liar math revery woman let the landua PlY the debt of pusonal health she i owes her loved eats Do you wet robust health with all Its pdvUtgu tad plcuurtt wine of l win Sin It you NRfAIDUi Itruthenl the male organs Incllnvlg funcUoaj Por every female III or weakness It Is the leaf Imedltlne made Aikyeur druUIt fer Wine tf andUkt BO tubitltuU under any clrcumilueu Mn Owta Cr kcr Wdu 1W I Konvett wioi I K fcveV w- bsaerrrt eta hnuw Toro wake rh lwAad antes atolddanrboalnaered whh htpeba 21- he mdbrLIIakLbaan e IkW fclMJou lam WIll b month to I VtVr prd katrardlhmass la mrhak- broeddatoewerwliaspyf I ir f- sdrwI doarme MarsDrrrsunr h4dltL c- I f1 Ovtan6Teea I ti o K K K t K K K KI KVVK JMJLJJ Kl DRSKENNEDYKERGAN otber Medial Firm la tile world his the utxblirhed ultalioa for carin- gMnandWomenthatDr Kt K uJo Their new Sweat discovered brtbsu Emtssnt 5 t1alu broagkl joy and comfort to thoasanda ot Homes With yuraxprlencelathet- ratmentof these diseases they cIa guarantee to Cure or o III Vurleocla Ntrletmr Gtt I S iraseeaQ Donl KW JDllS cdtharaeoimbiiloa You Dontlel are roarilfenlod bedin away Orsi JC guaranteetoCtreor no Pay BLOOD POISONcrime to kaTe It for Itsy pOsltivirjsinIlkeoeU the wont cases or no Pay I VuucocELEThe ct STRICTUXE these Statues safely aa aunly Wo 3 paleno Dont ri1e opratloa aad raiD Your Drl YAYThAttaretiatuelaaborbedaudanrvcrrtarasexual organs IJUtrUllC bUIWe Kidneys Bladdertels tbe tale Dont let Doctors KcmencsyouityoaannotbyondhumantldThey CURBS Gt1AR NTEHD NO CURT NO PAY Cooultsitlon rwe Book ntFesewalediWrite forQuatloublankletSlums StR6ETDRS l tIr- A f1 1 100 oJ1 c 1I fOj h LiI Jr ii 1= i 1r Iii r I I 1 c 54J co c h H TE I rI Y l IH a- I 1- L p j I d 4 1 Ip p Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 23 LOST UUCHlIlur111 ==C C ==u=h r11- Cucr1ancl S- liud FIdays h th IaffordPiib ClntPdIa Ittertd it Hartford ptstiffiti is sewdtlijs mill matterS I I luivo donu my best to understand mv tllltv inI I State aiiuirs I cant II dorse Mr Taylors course I 1and to voto for Yerkes I i1 would be to indorse nIl the lawlessness of last I I winter J P MILLER I ITS A SIMPLE STORY Our contemporary A G Ben ton is averse to going in even when the door is locked and barred It would occur to reasonablo men to men ofordinary intelligence that the halfpint story the A G Benton letter scandal which the Herald ScnuiE is guilty of in the first degree would seal forever the mouth of the guilty yet it does not Perhaps it is because the SCKIPE has been oil in Sleepy Hollow the past two years asleep and has not yet learned of his plighted condition So far as that halfpint matter is concernedwe need only to remind the consumer that it was to prove him and unmitti gated liar in his own language and defend the good name and standing of a young man against the infamies of this SCRUMS slanders If desired the article in tien eaR be repro duced for the taking As for theIA G Boton Utter everyone acquaiiUd with thcase knows that it Ian offspring of illegit imate parents The principles being Heber Matthews of the Herald and Wm Holt of the Beaver Dam Gleaner secondary or assistant These gentlemen have been caught in the most infamous conspiracy conceivable by the basest and lowest characters in human ions Wo caught them in the attempt ta slander our other sells private character and defeat him for nomination for the Judgsbip which he sought and hue held him up to the palilic as instruments of satan to ac complish a purpose desired by those of their clan These are facts which Messrs Matthews and Holt accept u true being unable to do otherwise The character guilty of such a crime 18 presumed to vilifyand damn the righteous hence the conduct of the SoniiiE Concerning the matter of procuring the editorial from the Herald of 04 wo need to lay only that the article could be found no where save in the Heraldoffice and circumstances were such that wo were indisposed about going ourselves and sent a very esti mable young man and by the way THE REiDCUCAN would furnish this SCRIBE any editorial contained in THE REIUUUCAN without vilifying andabusing him Now really why should a man rant and rage over such a little frivolous matter when our on ly purpose was to inform the public from a Democratic source that Jas P Miller sold out the Peoples party in 94 and accomplished the defeat of the Hon A B Montgomery for Con gress We have no appolegies to offer and not a word to recant for anything that THE RKTUIIUCAX has said or done in the matters of A G Benton half pint story and the procuration of the editonal from Mr files barterjingIts a simple story good people are quite It is all a matter of wellaCIJuaintedl acknowledged te b SCRIIIE A TilE SCRIBE AND OTHER FAIRIES The baud organ at this place edited by General A G Benton and va rious other fairies has been cavorting for some time about Court House Ring Top Lineism Machine Politics and things like that clam oring lor purity in politics It will bo remembered that THE REPUDLIC AN has chaleiged the SCUIIIB time after time for a discussion of politics We have demanded that IT defend the records of its candidate especially MfsVrg Mihhand Smith and IT ab solutely refuses to talk of these things anti hoping to get just one more pull at this SfitniK challenged IT to go mo a 0tcrttl cleaning of botl par litd aid whn the end came we woud have butter management and Liter gnvetLiiunt it there should ba any Jtaail xcLri in either party J i viry ill igt if sn igumintac- hahlengeet the SCIUIIE going and he has never had time to stop lung enough to accept anything The SCRIDE has had a deal moro to say about the top line business than anything else as a matter ofcourse there was nothing iu this top line but for the sake of arguucnt we asked IT the Scuiiiu to advise us of one vote that was lost through fraud and IT fled the realm and like Peter declared I never knew you get thee behind me Tom Jeff and as for you Jas P I cant defend you that TF Crowder letter published in last weeks REPOIILICAN seals my pen in to saynothinguess therefore gentlemen I cant defend any of you Wo do not blame Mr Benton for this wise course but he ought 0I defend his party in its convention or else shut his head abut other folks We have charged the SCRIBE with having been in tho combine that deflated Mr Rowan for County Judgei with a Populist It was asked plaia the matter for the benefit of Mr Rowan aud his friends and IT suited as the oppossum and would not even show its false teeth THE REPUBLIC AS stated last week that it did every thing in its power to educate the voter for the primary it stated that 2500 educational ballots were published and that the ballot was published on the editorial page two weeks next pre ceeding the election and to our sur prise this SCRIBE did not deny any part of our argument We have as serted that not a single vote was lost fraud and theScRiUE accepts it unconditionalINow since the Herald SCRIBE is so matI top the people put it and November 5 will advise this SCRIBE that AG Bentons hav no place in politics calliavention in Judge Millers home to slaughter a true Democrat with that let of March Populist ORATION That convention was a cut and dried affair everything was slated and it worked like a charm That combine form ed batween Miller and Smith did just what it was chartered to do If Mr Smith had desired a Democrat nomi nated it was in his power to have it so since ho had the thing in his vest pocket There is plenty of explain ing for Mr Smith and the Scrum but when they go into it the damned good lickins should be closeted before venturing in print To make a long story short the Heralds editor has nothing about which to talk he cant defend his party platform neither the condition nor the partys record hence he was forced into the top line boogaboo thinking that he had the winning cardhe has broken his fool neckon that and is now called upon to de fend the actions of his own party in convention or in allowing Mr Smith to dictate the partys course Silli peas weakened and diluted ignorance and the most insolent bigotry have marked every forward step of the SCRIBE These are facts kind read er submitted without question from any source A NOTHING IS LEFT TO CHANCE When the fact had been made known that toe jury was composed of 21 Democrats and 3 RepublicansTiiE REPUBLICAN deemed it wise to so ad vise the public and did so without as sailing the character of any man or passing any unfavorable comment on any citizen of the county THE RE PUBLICAN simply reviewed the actions of the Jury Commission in this game of chance business which is directed in Kentucky by some god invaribly in favor of the Democratic party At the last election there were 3251 Re publicans who voted for Wm Me Kinley and 2889 Democrats win voted for Wm J Bryan Instead of 21 Democrats and 3 Republicans con etituting the recent jury it should have been composed of 14 Republic ans and 10 Democrats according to justice and ordinary rulesfchance but alas and alack here in Ken tucky nothing is left to chance When the contest board was drawn to try the contested election for Gov ernor in 1900 this game of chance gave birth to 10 inflamed partizan Democrats who were already pledged to turn out victory while only one Republican was drawn This was purely a matter of supposedchance These men held that no election had been held in Kentucky therefore as the courts were Democratic from the Circuit to the Appellate they would thus restore the crown of State Exec utive upon the Democratic party and the courts would hold it legal As a matter of fact things went thus and Governor Taylor who hada clear majority of 2383 votes was dethroned and driven from the State while 8100000 was appropriated by this ir responsible legislature flto hang Tay lor and damn the Republican party This was dune right here in Kentucky while the people stood in their terror and amazement wondering if such things could be in a civillzod land of WhileIbeen accomplishedthe Herald SCRIBE and the ASHUMED SCRIBE were most zealous in their defense of the whole cotire of criminals and criminal pro cedureThe election of this gubernatorial contest board may have been a matter of chance but the evidence in the case certainly does not concur in the assumption Here wo have aim exam pie of political trickery in the legislature We elect a member of that U p s body this fall Mr M T Cox la the Democratic candidate nd we stncerc ly trust that there would be no breach of genteel manliness in asking Mr Cox if he indorses the actions of the last legislature in overthrowing civil government Mr Cox the question is yours Do jou indorse it Nof satisfied with having robbed these men of their offices these same fellows who are before the people as Democrats asking the people to make them their county officials clamored for the execution of Powers and en dorsed the selection of twelve Democrats to try him at the bar and the rulings of a nominal Judge virtually rendering the verdict in the case and yet these fair famedno politics in it boys are pleading for the public to forget their conduct forgive their shortcomingslook over theinffarnma tory paintings flourished in the recent campaignthe Beckbam procession blot out the legislative records of Thomas Jefferson Smithcxcuse Judge Millers indictment against every man that voted for Mr Yerkes as anlIcut law endorser of lawlessness and assassination these things are asked in the name of Democracy and in the lace of the contest the persecution of Caleb Powers and the overthrow oi civil social and judicial equality We hue charged this procedure as being foreign to Americanism the most foul and pouted deeds of the anarchist bigotry and intolerance pure and simple We have said nothing disrespectful of any gentleman Wo have brought no charges but that can be substantiated by truth THE REPUBLICAN said nothing derogatory of any member of the jury recently empanneled but simply put before the public the actual work of the commission as it stood 21 to 3 and no man disputes it1or doing this and nothing more as our readers will bear us witness the SCRIBE gen erally known 88flA G Benton has this to say in part about your hum ble servant gentle redder Some time altO the wapIbindIvItm who grind out politico nermi for tile niaebln D pirl HnrtlurJ lUrotnl a column oi bUM to DemoeraU ITUM It claimed to hue dIeovswd that a majority ot the J1IfJ niea at a rtvwit term ot roert brr wet UHB otrau In i oUtk It U natural ot coors lor araaa who tutor kUuwii oflMal ata with bte Ttadtetlre Kltle to uernM Terr of Adalotllkeconduet It this gentleman this author of anonymous and criminal letters this defender of official force and fraud had desired that the public be en lightened he should have challenged our statements and thus proven to the public that he wanted to see the fair thing done There is nothing in this sort of newspaper work and a gentle man ought to have more respect for his duty to the public Here we have set forth the facts in the case this SCRIBE excuses and dismisses allsave his usual tirade of idiotic foolishness THAT TWO WEEKS PAY BILL We have at dillerent times called the attention of the laboring men of this county especially the coal m- merato the actbns and conduct of Mr TJ Smithwhcn he represented Ohio county in the legislature of 94 We desire again to call the attention of our friendsthe laboring mento the fact that we are now ia possession of the House Journal of 94 which records Mr Smiths vote on the Two Weeks Pay Bill We also called Mr Smiths attention to this fact last week again Gentlemen on trialbroth ers in the struggle ol life against cor porations of oppressing the laborers let us reason together In 1894 a bill was introduced in the Kentucky Legislature to the effect that coal diggers and other labors and employees of corporations should work a period of eight hours which was to constitute one days woik at the end of the 12ih day these hardy laborers were to be paid according to this bill According to rules governing the passages of laws they are to be read and theyIdone a majority of the assembly should vote in favor of its reading the yeas and nays were called for on this bill and Mr T J Smith the present Democratic candidate for Clerk roted against the third reading and killed the bill so that 110 copy is preserved in the House Journal of 94 Do we have your attention labor ing man Keep right along The record of Mr Smiths vote against you your interest and the interest of your wile and babes was published some time since in TIlE REPUBLICAN or a synopsis of his voting for which Mr Smith promised us MI his own language a damned good beatin Wo consider it our duty as a public servant to apprise you of this fact not thinking of eliciting from the would be Clerk any such intimidat ing threats in fact caring nothing wlmtevet for them as for that milter but since wo have only advised you of this fact and are to be exterminated with a damned good lickin may the same calamity not be visited upon you because you will not support such a man Here is danger gentlemen beware We are thoroughly in sympathy with the coal diggers of this country and cannot understand why Mr Smith is against them and the fact that he voted against their Two Weeks Pay Bill is astonishing to reasonable men Mr Smith did you vote against the miner because he is not your equal in your own estimation Cer tainly not this fur a more liberal fra ternal generous kindhearted fellow you seldom ever see Then what was your motive Mr Smith Laboring men watch for the answer it will ap pear in these columns whenever itI U given TilE Republican State Central ComI mittee decided a very important question at its meeting the 17th inst which is of vast importance to time party in tho State A motion was of fered by Maj A T Wood to dismiss the present county committee of Jef ferson county without charges preferred empowering the State Central Committee to appoint a committee of 15 men who should have charge of the party in Jefferson county The committee wisely voted the question down Had it carried it would have been a dangerous precedent that would have eventually buried the party in disgrace forever Had this precedent been established the State Central Committee could have at pleasure dismissed any county committee without cause or provocation When this motion was voted down an other was submitted and carriedwhich ought to adjust matters to the satisfac tion of all factions The State Cen tral Committee appointed five reputa ble Republicans outside of any and all factions to confer with the same number of other gentlemen appointed by the county committee ot Jefferson county to direct the convention which is to be held there tomorrow This is a fair proposition and shouldmeet the hearty approbation of every Re publican and we sincerely trust that this compromise committee will con duct the convention so fairly that the rabid lying mugwump and demagogue can find no fault therewith TilE Republican party otTers the county a ticket composed of young men of the highest type of Kentucky manhood They are Republican in faith because they believe in the principles They have every one come from the farm and are friends of the laboring man The candidate for Judge has no Fourth of March oration nor a Nineteenth of July declaration to buck and gag him he is not a wiihawishy politician but a straightforward party patriot firmly imbewed with the spirit of Republic anism The candidate for Clerk is the poor mans friend be has no ball andchain clung to hij limbs no man acles to tringhalter him He is clear of 94 legislative records and ii not busdened to death with office holding He is not rich but a poor laboring man The candidate for Sheriff has nothing to account for like other people we might mentioc As for the other members of the Repub lican ticket they are head and shoulders above anything the GoebelDe mocracy have offered A CLEVER gentleman called at the Heraldoffice the other day and asked to see an issue of the combine can dates output When asked his reason said Well Ijust wanted to see it you were putting out a blank pa per understand you wont argue a point nor defend your partys plat form nor their conduct and charac ter I therefore had a desire to see myself and tho SCRIBE had a fit oi madden inebriacy Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lIn- Ing of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumb ling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the Inflatnatlon i can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the raucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free FJ CHENBY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the bes- tS a On account of National Encamp ment G A R Cleveland Obio8ep tember 1014 round trip tickets will be sold at rate of 1045 for round- trip tickets on sale September 8 to u limited to September 15 for return J Blotches and excresences which to often annoy people are simply efforts ol nature to throw ofT impediments to the proper performance ot her duties Heroine will aid and assist nature in her work and Insure a skin clear mind beautiful entirely free from all imper fections Price 50 eta J H Will- Iams ra ae Tragedy In Rowan MoreheadAug 20 HarveyMoore former Marshal of Morehead and brother of the present Marshal James Moore shot and instantly killed Finn Tolliver aged sixty five years Moore escaped to the woods lie shot at his wife a few moments before he killed Tolliver Tolliver had stabbed How ard More Harveys brother on the Fourth of July and the feeling be tween tha two men was bitter GOOD ADVICE i To Republicans all Over the Coun tyRebuke Miller and Smith August 2i A revival meeting has ben going on at thlgplace for several days conducted by Rev C J Kelly While the interest has not been so god we hope lasting good has been doneMrs Campbell daughter anti two sons and Mr John Crowder ol Rosine attended church here Sunday night Mr James Leisure Is on the sick listWell such a majority you never heard of as we ate going to give the Republicans this fall for you know it has been said that thetlmney and brains were in the Democrat party and it must be true and to deny it would never do so let them have it we have the voters and of course when they alto red Judge Miller to get his big foot on their necks that he would choke them to death So Tom Smith and his army record and the two weeks pay bill that he voted against and the Judge voting the Republican ticket so long when he says he knew he was doing wioag all the time then when he did conic out he bunded the Republicans as murderers and assas sins so we dont know what they wilt resort to next to help kilt themselves So come on boys and help bury them on the 5th of November We will bury lhetntp deep that we cannot hear them weep X P Chinese Leper Isolated- A Chinaman wbo has a welldevel oped caceof leprosy has betn found in St Louis and is now in the custody of the health department the officers of which are trying to determine what shall be done will the patient The Chinaman Dong Gong has been en gaged in the foundry business at 4815 Easton Avenue and the case was dis covered last week by Dr M P Eng man when the Chinaman applied at the St Louis polyclinic Lucas and Jefferson Avenues for treatment for what be supposed to be a skin disease The physician diagnosed the case as leprosy at once and turned the pa tient over to Dr Pallet 3953 Page Av enue Dr Faller is the pathologist of the skin department of the polycli nic and his examination ol the Chi naman confirmed the diagnosis wade by Dr Engman The attention 01 Dr G A Jordon chief dispensary physician for the city was at once called to the matter and the China man WAS taken Into custody and has been isolated ever since Dr Palter stated that in his exami nation of the Chinaman he discovered two lepra bacilli in the nasal ecre tions of the leper This Is sum dent he said t3 establish without a doubt Dr Engmans diagnosis ol leprosy The patients cheeks and forehead are badly broken out while on each side of this nose and on his chin are patches of eruption He has eruptions on his right arm and in places about his body It is a pecu liarlty of the disease that the first sysmpfoms may appear years belore the skin eruptions follow This mandates that he has resided in St Louis for ten years and that he came direct ly here tout China It Is quite pos sible that he was afflicted with leprosy pi lor to coming to this country and that the disease has been working in his system in Its peculiar manner dur log his entire residence In St Louis He has been bothered with skin eruptions for the past five or six monthsStLouls GlobeDemocrat HAIR WEALtH Wealth of hair I- swealth especially a womanEvery otherphysical attraction is secondary to It We a we will gladly send you that tells just how to care for the hair If your hair is too thinorbs ing its- luster get fndeed AY1 Hair G rowthbecomes vigorous and all dan druff is removed It always restores color to gray or faded hair Retain your youth dont lookold your time 1100 a bottle All drtiftliU I bone lixd your Hair Vigor now for about U year and I have found It iptcodld satisfactory In every have nrtbl Hair Vigor to hundred of my friend and they soybody Vigor I certainly recommend Just Si as I yershairSirs N E HAMILTON NOT II onylchNY Write tho Doctor If you dont obtain all lh bereftToo deills from ths ni of the vigor I write the DOctor aboUIIIfjd Lowell Liss w ECZEMASITOH Eczema Is jcaused by an acid humor In the blood coming in contact with the skiti anti 4t realness and InI tlamnmatlon IIttle1JUstutafcrnptionsConn and discharge n thn dries and scales off sometime the skirt U hard Ilry and fissured Eczema in any form Is a tormenting stubborn disease and the itching and burning at times are almost unbearable the burning humor scents to ooze out and act the skin on fire Salves washes nor other exter nal applications do any real good for as longas the remains in the blood the nkln irritated BAD FORM OF TETTER For throe years I hat Tatter on ray banda which caiucd thtm to 1110 Iwlc their nMutaliiie raft- lot the lime the dltcax lathe loran of run ning ants veir pain ul and nlng sue ttlourIcould d nothing for ILaukunlythIetbcttles Wa completely cured Thi was fifteen year MrD of fly old troablMcU B JACKSON 1414 McGee St Kansas Ctljr Mo- S S S neutraliiei this acid poison cools the blood and restores it to a healthy natural state and thetough unhealthy skin cures smooth T tt CBrr beoosmCSsSOft alIas Psoriasis Salt Rheum anti all skin diseases due to a poii oned condition of the blood Send for our book and write us about case Our have made these diseases n life study and can help you by their advice we make no charge Cor tbi acrvice All correspondence U conducted in strictest THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA REPUBLICAN TICKET for triresqIstilWf AIVIN N nKXXKTT for Connijr Jmlee IU ttueULI for Con iilr fonrl Cirri JlM UAIJIiMI for Counljr Allornrr n 2 J5itViiiN- or Mierlll IAI I UtUS rnrNelioal hiiierlnleinlriil JAHCH UGWKKMK Par Jnllrr TiIOMAS II tiLtCii for Asacesor- rmlANla JOWK- rnrNnrvrjrnr lOllS II VIXIII Fur tnruuer Ht L IIAVIN JIAtHHTHATEI- IROlinK nAKKIl lUrtlanl Ifelrlrt- UTO W MAItTIXCruMwell Ifetilft JOHN M uKamnAiIsuiasrsjaIins IHit II r UlUfH FontnTlU IHlrlrt- El MAtMIRllafonl IMIrlet W I 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their service as comprehensive and valuable as possible and make a specialty oi furnishing service to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchangeRites other information may be obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky C S MCCULLOUOII Manager fWILBUR R- LEXINGTON SMITH KY his fimoui and niponitM UNIVERSITYICoil of Full llulne OUra4a IneltuUaglul about PA- 8horthandTypeWrItingsndTeIeraphySpodaltil1 ffPTlie Kentucky V awirdi tltrarrConrjefreelf desired reOcyd Se rED Ltcr M w adJrtn Mly WILBUR ReBMITH Lexington Ky il MidSummer I Low Price Sale 4 it tp 41 Tho lowest jossiblo prices will prevail hero luring 4j tho month of August This is u regular cleanup J 4 sitlo ntul tho goods must go regardless of prices as wo J ofi will Imvo to initko room for our largo full purchasca it 4 Do not delay coming to us Prices hitvo been cut i J ripped and clashed from ono end of storo to tho oth tt 4 or These good must go as wo do not carry articles i J from ono summer to another Below wo quoto you it 41 u few prices to show you whatti little mono will buy fc i Washable Goods J Our SC quality goes lor atfc 4 loc quality Sc ie quality u ic aoc quillty isc ajc i quality for IC 30c quality Or J gandles for a6c 240 and ate 1 Ladles Summer 4 Underwear Ladles Vests at 30 50 8c 43 iKc Ise 1ge and 24c etc A 47 big reduction on pi Ices gives oil you these special bargains this Ji month 4 =l Alens Summer oil Underwear =lSblrts at ax 250 sgc 33ic 41 400 etc Extra quality Bal 41 brlggan Suits regular ptlcefi 4a Suit go this month at 74C A Ji great bargain All sizes We 4 also have a lew Japanese Silk 41 Suits worth a 00 a Suit which 41wIll closeout for t 44 Draw J ers all kinds at low prices tp Straw Hats e Come and see our Straw Hats all up todate stylesno sIlt rial price on themthey go for nearly nothing blJltJI Low Cut ShoeslLadles Low Cut Shoes from soc up We are overstocked In T this line and must get rid of ia them They are made by the Brown Shoe Co and are the lJI itma1retabove and this mojth they go at a sacrifice 9 9Clothing 9Wemer Clothing that must be clos i ed out and can a 1000 l ijlWe have a few odd Summer t Pants that go at about onehall l of original puce t qit 94 j Wo have a few odds and ends in our several lines J will bo sold below cost and at u great sacrifice Wo J 4i intend to clean up and find that low prices will do it J If yon need anything at nIl come and sco us If wo J 4i havo what you want and need you will suroly got a J great IIARCAIN Remember the place J 4 4iT1 COLLINSI II 41 4 Hcartioicl Ky it 41 4 The Cheapest Dry Goods Store in the County S it 93 WORMS WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEi estIa Qusatltv iests Fir 20 Ylars Has Lit all f ft I11 WllY- saXeO iB DT aXeXe O VGPGPar11- epaIed b7 JAMES F BALLARD St Louis ASTHMA CURE FREE Asthmalono Brings Instant Relict and Permanent Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WRITE YOUR JVAMK AND AODRKMH PIAIMY There Is tothlng like Asthraalene It brings instant relief even In the vtoist cases It cures when all else falls RldgtIIImalene received In good condition 1 cannot tell you bow thankful I feel for the good derived from It I was a slave chained with putrid sore tbiott and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cure I saw your advertise ment for the cure of this dieadlul and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but re solved to give it a trial To my eaton ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Woohslor Rabbi ol the Cong Bind Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Tat Bros1 Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an nayFevertroublea which onnahini pnith Athn M Its success astonishing and wonderful Alter having it carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalere contains no opium morphine chloroform or yoursREV 1901DrGentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of Aslhmn My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on isoth street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene My wife commenced taking It about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radical Improvement Alter using one bottle her Asthma disappeared and she Is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHRLPS M D Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1931 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num erous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertlcement and slutted with a trial bottle I Iound relief at once I have since pur chased your fulMlzr bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of tour children and for MX years was unable to work I am now In the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can mAke such use of us you see fit Home address 235 Rlvlngton street- S RAPIIAUL 67 Bast ugth st New York City Trial Bottlo Sont Absolutely Froo on Rocolpt of Postal MIUJICfNnCoSold by Druggists Take THE REPUBLICAN t f p V 7 I r 45t 43- A tt I t v I M A 1 rf j r I a- r p- iI11 1 I 1 II H h I rt I 1 I T t 4 fFi k l t 1 I r 741r cv- rr r I 4- I Iit i r P 1t- r y n 7n n rit i it46 take mlvanlngo of our BARGAIN SALE on our g Summer Stock You do not know how much moro money wo can save you than other houses Thats all But just notoMhcso prices Entire lino lOc Wash GOOlls80All our 12Jo Wash Uoodsl0c Q Y ttFigured FaucySll is 0ssoldfor25cJ8cIT Fancy Figuro Pongees worth 2ocnowl9o i Fancy Wash Silks sold for 50cnow30c Sli e fie cttlfleflti 4Our lino is now low hut wo wanta general clean So wo make prices that will suit your purso rPricsmoyors 100 lino now 80 TPriesmoyors 126 lino now 100 Priesmoyors 150 lino now 115 Priesmoyors 200 lino now 135 JSlippers in other nlakos50o 75o tC 1 7 4CYvcifc SWwa This week wo will receive a big lino of 75c and J 100 Shirts on which wo iwo going to make a price of SOc Dont huy until you see them NotlnngI like tlllm for the prio was over shown in Iiartford get1 Every Straw JIal in our house gome 50e some JJ 75c some lwill go now for exactly 35e Take 1i advantage of this surely a bargain for you 44 12c5Bring us your Eggs Cliiokons Feathers Etc Wo will pay highest market prices t THE PLACE IS JM1t7 JJtrJtaJG u o New Livery and Feed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times Vim most polite alUMlion given customers and the kindest care taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle the FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZE ltsjfcSTERMS STRICTLY CASH = Sa r A C TAYLOR ProprSUCC- KSSOU TO mOWN A TAYLOK E3ar1iCOrd x en1i11okyI Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 23 IHInole Contral Railroad TI mo Tabjo v New llcard nUnK acct Honda DM S 1 too at noon North llniinit Neutth 1lnnntt- Nollldne6lbnm No UlttiwIIKwn No IMdnJStI m No 101 hue 61 pm- NolfdnIp m NoirldaoDApm Iornl F lKtil No IIl doe twa m No 101 loo SW p mB n Vixurr Agnt wata U tl Ace art a0 drOeeltL UN- b tIme Wed s CONSUMPTION Mr John King has been on the sick lIt Get your Milk Shake at the Singer office Nicest line ot Cigars in town at Singer office Mr Mattln the Jeweler will repair your pistols Hot Peanuts and Pop Corn always on hud at Singer office Ice Cream and Sherbet constantly on hand at the Singer office Orange Cherry and Blackberry phosphates at the Singer office Mr 3ernard Felix country mad c us a very pleasant call Wednesday Messrs R B Rowe andA MInton Render called to see us Wednesday Meaets11 Clny York and Jas liar ris Foidaville called to see us Wed nesday MrrB H Hodges near Beaver Dam has recovered from a recent at tak olflux MrsC M Barnett is quite sIck of catarrh at the stomach Her condi tion lesomewhat alarming t Mr Samuel Reown Fordsvllle paid TUB REPUBLICAN bis respects Wed nesday Come again Uncle Sam you are always a welcome visitor l Delicious Coca Cola at the officeICol C M Barnelt Is with his ram ily this week Mr B M Paught McIIenry called tojsee us yesterday I I C R Martin jeweler and watch makerat Williams drug store PottedTurkeyT 1IamcJ officeiWilbur Dearer Jingo has a IMrs attack of typhoid feverilcontttntly on hand at the Dr Miller Bank YORK HARRIS iFor Oranges Lemons and Bananas ol course you go to the Singer officev Mrs bathe Stevens Beds is vis lUng Mrs Joe B Rogers Beaver Dam Mr I N Gidcumb of near Jingo Is quite sick with a complication of diseases Mr H C Deaver Sulphur Springs paid Tun REPUBLICAN his respects yesterday Mr AV K Townsend of Cobden III is the guest of his daughter MrsI T J MortonttMtssrsLikens were in Onensboto Tuesday r on legal business oi Mrs Jo B Vickers and two children are visiting friends and relatives in White Plaines The nicest and newest uptodate line of candles in the city can be lound at the Singer office heDONT WAIT If you knew how SCOTTS EMULSION would build youIup increase your strengthen your weak throats and lungs and put you in con youJYorkA i 1e n sew =Difficult Digestion That la dysjvpala It make lire miserable Its Budcrvrs eat not because they wont to but simply because they mutt They know they are Irritable and fretful i but they cannot bo otherwise They complain or a bad taste In the mouth a tenderness at tbo pit of the stom ach an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by perms nent cures of of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparilla 1100 IILU are I e I e alII Dr I S Smith McHenry called to see us Wednesday Prol C W Mosely MAgan made us a very pleasant call yesterday Mr C E Rogers Ulkton was i town first of the week visiting rela tires Mrs Rowan Holbrook who ha been quite sick for several days is Improving Mrs K II Howard and daughter Miss Myrtie Owenaboro are visiting Rev R D Bennetts family Mrs Lucy Eidson ol Elizabeth town is visiting relatives in Hartford Mrs Eidson formerly lived here Prof 0 M Shultz Is holding th Muhlenberg Connty Institute this week in the capacity of Instructor A good wagon and good dial t horses to exchange for good mulct cows or buggy E M MILLER Mr J L RogersGreenvllle was called to the bedside ot his mother Mrs Magdalene Rogers last Friday Misses Annie and Maggie Grundy of Greenville will arrive in IEartfor- in a ftw days to be the guests ol Mrs Dr E B Pendleton STRAYED One black horse mule 2 years old medium size Informant will address me at Hartford 2tl L B DAVIS Miss Mabel Hnbbard has been em ployed by the school board to the place in the college made vacan by the resignation of Miss Sanderfur Mr Henry Walker and wife St Louis and Miss Oudle Reid Owens bora who have been visiting Mr I B Vickers left yesterday tor Greenville C R Martin the old reliable jew eler and watch and clock repairer 15I now at the drug store of J H WI1I lams Hertford where he is prepared to do any and all kinds ol work in his line Mr Bennona Stevens Is having a fine brick residence erected on his farm three miles South of Deaver Dam When completed it will be one of the finest residences in the county if not the finest Mrs Duncan wife of Mr W GIDuncan of Greenville Ky died at her home last Sunday morning ol heart trouble The remains were taken to Louisville and interred in Cave Hill cemetery Tuesday The Democratic candidates In Brecklnridge county have declined the invitation of the Republican candidate to meet in joint debate This to have been the instructions out from heaequaitns Miss Fannie Render has resigned her position in the faculty of Hertford College and Mrs Julia A Wedding has accepted the place made vacant Miss Render will enter the State Col at Lexington about the nth ol September The condition of Mrs Magdalene who was repotted dangerously ill last week in alarming Her a physician has pronounced her case hopeless save that indomitable will which she possesses but alas I human willpower is powerless in the combat with old age Mr Les Taylor of Beaver Damwas a butchers wagon In Taylor MineaMondaywhen the horse became frightened and commenced to kick Mr Taylor on the leg brak or shivering the tone It was a- very painful but not a dangerous wound He will soon recover Mr Monroe Bratcherof near Ceral tiled Tuesday at noon of pneumo nia His wife died a month since leaving a large family ot orphan chit dren Mr Bratcher was a very estimable gentleman a good citizen and- a highly pulsed neighbor He was a member ol the Baptist Church and hadtaken one degree in Maconry His remains were burled at West Providence Wednesday n oclok Mrs Sam L Stevens near Beaver am diet Wednesday of consump after an illness extending two years of suffering Ilex were interred at Liberty yesterday in the presence of a large circle friends She was a very highly respected citizen a highly praised neighbor and a most affectionate wife and mother She leaves a husband and one daughter to mourn her eternal absence from the pleasures of life THK RnrunuCAN extends the tender expressions of sympathy lor the heartbroken husband Marriages Mr W T Embrey to Miss Luzena Renfrew Mr T B Williams to Mrs Elizabeth Ferguson Mr J A John to Miss Georgia F Mitchell Mr Elijah F Nlmmo to Miss Lula Leisure Mr Caleb Oiler to Miss Ida Smith Mr Curtis Smith to areas Serava Burton Dr Z H Shultz to Miss Rachel Sanderfur Mr Claude Moorman to Miss Maggie R Nail P THE GASPER RIVER Association Held at Slaty Creek Was a Splendid Success The Gasper River Association which was held at Slaty Creek Tues day and Wednesday was a complete success in every particular Many of the ministers who atttended declared that it was the best association they bad attended in years The good people of Slaty Creek acquitted them selves with praises tom all who attended They spread the very best of tables each day and the vial tors were royally entertained at the homes But nothing else was expect thana that ways The Baptist people met and how dyd with theMethodlst and thePres byterian and the Christian and so on extending to tbem a most cordial weir come and greeting them In that way which makes a KentuckIan famous the world over Many divines horn various sections of the country were in attendance and expressed themselves with gratification at the hearty theeopen freehearted generous country menMany fond memories ot this grand meeting will follow numberless persons throughout life J The results of such a religions gathering of the faith lul will evidently be productive ol great nnd lasting good The association adjourned Wednes day evening to meet next year at countyd meet In Hartford sometime in September to organize an association of the Ohio county Baptist churches Church Dedication The M E Church South at Tay lortown two and a half miles North ol Rochester will be dedicated on the Revtalso delivers his lecture on Saturday night before the third Sunday Ad mission ton and 250 Mrs Beckham Seriously Sick Frankfort Ky Aug 22At 230 oclock Thursday morning the tem perature of Mrs Beckham was roe and pulse 118 Dr Owens said that she had slept at intervals since midnight and he thinks she wilt rut well through the remainder of tbeI night He still regards her condition as critical He is alone on duty withI the nurses Upon the advice of the physicians Gov Beckham retired to his room for restIFrankfort Ky Aug 21DeathI hovers over the Executive Mansion may touch it within a few hours Jean Fuqua Beckhom whom the Gov ernor led to the slat only last No vember and the mother of a daughter five days oldthe first child born in that historic structureIs the stricken one Mrs Beckham sutlers from septl caemia complicated by nephritis Around her bed chamber are gathered tonigh those closest to her and to her young husband watching and praying for a change for the better All that medical skill and trained attention can do to call her back to health and to her devoted husband and her child Is being done for the sufferer and her strong physique and deter- mInation to recover Ire believed by those more hopeful to be potent fac tors in fight with death Mrs Beckham was stricken just at time when her physicians believed she was on the road to recovery The change came yesterday afternoon but her condition did not become alarm Ing until today when Louisville specialists were summoned by special train for consultation The attending physicians are Drst E E Hume of this city and Owens of Maysville and those called in for consultation are Drs A M Cartledge and Frank C Simpson of Louisville The Louisville physicians arrived shortly alter noon and remain constantly in the sick room durln led day Dr Simpson left on a Int train lor Louisville because of other engagements but Dr Caitledgi will remain until there is a change i the condition of the patient 11I Though suffering much the aid womans brain has been remarkably clear end she has displayed mud bravery say those at the bedside Mer highest temperature during day was 106 2 and the lowest 104 The pulse registered 120 Rev J T Acton Sulphur Springs made us a pleasant call yesterday A- We seen a prohibition speaker ar glfyn agin licker and quotin from the Bible We air a deekon in our church and hev read the good Book from eend to eend Thar is only on man spoke of who called for water and be was in hell where he orter be Hardeman Tenn Free Press Thousands Wed Illegally Indianapolis Ind Aug 20ln vestigation into the execution of Indi ana marriage laws following the ac tion of the Attorney General in the Jeffersonville Gretna Green case has developed that the laws are not being obeyed in nearly every county in tJN State and thousands of illegal marriages are being solemnized every year Few County Clerks require an affidavit that the female resides in th county as the law requires Tfie Attorney General says every license is sued to nonresidents is Illegal and the clerk justice or minister can be prosecuted in each case The license must be issued in the county where the female resides to make it legal and the marriage binding Ballard Snow Liniment gives Instant relief in cases of Bleeding Burns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 50 cts J H Williams m All Under Five Years Mrs Prank Osborne presented her husband Tuesday night with triplets The children are all perfectly lormed and healthy Mrs Osborne has on two occasions previous to this presented her husband with twins The seven children are all living and the oldest is not five years of age In ad dition to this remarkable brood she has borne four other children Mr and Mrs Osborne live near Grabamp ton Fora number of years they lived atRiceyvllle and be is o brother of Mr Wm Osborne of that place Mrs Osborne was a Miss Aylsworth Grahampton and hat a large connection in HardIn and Meade conn ties Ellzabethtown News Where the digestion is good and the general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no hab itation in the human body Whites Cream Vermliuge not only destroys every worm but corrects all derange- ments of the digestive organs Price 25 cts J H Williams m Soul us 25c and got THK llKiUHMcAN until after the election A newspaper at Conmbus 0 had a strike of its four reporters and theI paper had to stop The publisher granted the terms of the men and begged them to come back which they did They ran things with aI high hand and he dismissed them They refused to be dismissed and went on with their work He ordered that their pay be stopped but the business office could not do without the paperI and it paid the men The editor willI not print the stuff the fellows writeI but they write just the same It is aI situation the like of which was never heard of before and which could never happen anywhere if the editor and publication bad nn ounce of sand in a ton of makeup For 25c you can have nllI county news until Novem ber 10 a raro opportunity OAS ronxAB-ou teedes Mind Yon Haw Alwfl Bougtt glya6tsn d I of DROWNNDe Steamer City of Golconda Capsized by Squall Dur StormYThere Were SeventyFive Passen- e gers on Board Most of 3WhomWere Seating Supper Owing to its Closeness to the Shore Many People Were Able to Swim toe Safety Paducah Ky Aug 19 The steamer Golconda bound for Paducah was capsized in a storm on Cotton wood Point four mile above Paducah at 6is p m tonight She carried seventyfive passengers sixteen whom were lost During a gale the pilot tried to land strucksa reef and signaled the engineer to back The engine failed to respond it is believed The crash came an Lithe boat was turned completely ov and settled down Those who seta the boat and were rowed to shore in skiff Parties rowed to Paducah and rescu ing parties started for the scene but could do nothing but bring the sur vivors to this city Paducah Ky Aug i9Thsteamer City of Golconda plying be tween this city and Ellzabethtown III was struck by a squall during storm about 7 oclock tonight as sb was en route to Paducah and turned over in tea feet of water six mile- above the city as she was going int Cro cells Landing Sixteen person- are reported drowned The disaster occurred as supper was being served and many oi the seventyfive passen gers were in the cabin The wind struck the boat without warning an there was no time for those on the inside to escape Capt Jesse Baner and Pilot B E Peck were the last to leave the boa and swim ashore They saved sever al people struggling in the water and left the survivors in a house near the bank and came to the city Capt Bauer who arrived here two hours alter the catastrophe said The boat was getting ready to land when the squall struck band she listed Several passeugerFwho were inside jumped overboard and were caught by the boat The ladles all oi whom were in the cabin could not be reached The boat settled down in ten feet ol water over a reef and two ot the men who were in the cabinii E Worten and N S Qunr terbouse of Hampton broke through the glss and were saved Three col ored deck bands saved a woman and child and I think she was the only woman saved A yawl that had bro ken loose was caught by some of those struggling in the water and taken t the bank We returned to the boa on this but could find no signs of life and returned to shore The bat was valued at about 2 500 and bad been in the trade for several years being owned by Capt Otto Baner of Golconda III There is no way to determine the number of names of the dead until the boats Hsooncity for the scene and is expected back tonight Wilbur Smiths College Islington Kj Write to Prof W R Smith for 25 years President of the famous Commercial College of Kentucky UnIver- sity for particulars ol unequaled in dncements for young men to pursue Its Business Shorthand Typewrit ing or Telegraphic Course This College is responsible and is influential- in securing situations for Its students See advertisement Address only WI R Smith Lexington Kv fX kkkX kkkkk k kkk l ek9 1 kkX t jThe Proprietors = IorTHE x E OHIOCOUNTYFAIR tHavemade more extensive preparations = year than ever before The attrac x- I tions are simply grand J X you IMlO oec1 to amiss = x THE DATESxtREIVIEMBER t e21 3 24 63 1 X01 = 3 HARTFORD KY C aaa a aaaa aaa a i Closing Out Sale iThat is we are fast closing out our Summer + wear such as Ladies Dress Goods liens Clothing Tints and Shirts Milliner goods in fact everything in summer wear Wo have yofthing and as wo only havo about three moro weeks to sell thesd goods you must come quick to get choice Wo are so busy selling goods at low prices that wo have no tints to forPyourself t All 5c Lawns 1It3eAll10cLawns GJc All 16c Lawns said Dimities lie All 20c Lawns and Dimities Me eAll25o Lawns and Dimities 18c All 30c Lawns an Dimities 20c SAllthe best Prints 5c wirle1caGood Bloaclt Cotton5cBettor grade 7c 8c 9c and lOc Ladies Vest3c-d t- Lt lions Undolshirt1JcM- obs Luster Coats40c to 225 Serge Coatsall wool 250 to 5 tlli Milliner goods and Straw Hats at half o price Everything cheap for tho next three ifcs weeks Hoping to seo everybody in that 3j time wo aro Yours for trade CARSON CO Hartford Kentucky a a a 0t U fii S 111tEVERYBODYS STORE s Were Never Better Nowtn At this time of tho year wo go over our Socks l1niput prices on all seasonable goods that will force their speedy sale Every department must bo cleared of odds and oiiids regardless of value Wash Dress Goods 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 havo some exceptional good things in 21 3 31 and 7 Goods that readily sold at 150 cut to 100 All odds and ends in our Shoo department have suffered tho same rate of reduction CI8thing Anything in Summer Goods at A ctit price and odds and ends at your own price Will sell you real Summer Goods so cheap that you can afford to carry them fornoxtyearsue General Lines While wo aro cutting surd slashing tho odds and ends of ofatalltheyeararound goods complete Your wants can bo easily and satisfactorily supplied in all staple lines Our Grocery department is complete in every detail und our bus iness 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 tho place to do your busi ness is at E PBAJtNES ERO49 Beaver Dam gar AI JP 1 fn 1 0 ca r i i t I 7 IPrilw f t p r CI tf iUrr 1 WoO A il1iI u f rt e J I I o 4 O I I iHartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 23 JOHN D N CKEFELLER Ills Vast Ptrtmtt Are Estimate at Nearly a Thousand Millions Wall street is intensely Interested in the almost daily alignment of forces in the struggle between the Morgan bund clique for the cbiefshlp of the financial field They are busy count- Ing up the resources of the respective sides and trying to figuer out whooi a mere show of wealth would winI In this connection a prominent Wallstreet banker who for reasons of policy does not wish his name mentioned made a startling statement regarding the resources of John D Rockefeller yesterday He is in a position by reascn of close business relationship to know of what he speaks He said- I have read the recent Wallstreet articles in the Jrurnal regarding the rivalry between the Morgan and Rockefeller interests I think the ar tides have described the situation pretty accurately but of one thing I am certain the Journal has underesti mated the wealth of John D Rocke feller I tave never seen a newspaper statement that approximated it In stead of their figures I should say Mr Rockefeller is worth little less than a thousand millions to day Take his holdings in Standard Oil alone They have been worth during the present year more than 100000 000 But it must be remembered that Mr Rcelteller who quanders less than MK itek KM oa kit pee sonal wag aat the rateac4 rI dont ftMt M ma will dexav that Mr tirtiiMlir bat i as average of 10a year Jar tea years The icinTMtnent of this sum alone supposing he had no principal at 5 per cent compound interest would mean the addition of more than 400000000 to his riches But the securities from which this Income has been drind have steadily Increased U nlueRia Standard Oil holdings Is three or lour years have doubled in market value his railway and other securities have advtnotd treniendouity nil U the pt t three years his WMlth lui increased in a sum which would astonish the American people U the aetutl figures were laid before them There art tew liltclass railroads in which hi doM ct own some of tile stock Time are levy trust in which he has not been compelled to relavith hla constantly increasing income At the pteeent quotations for securities it is impossible that he should be worth much less than a thousand million dollarsAs for the rivalry between Morgan and Rockefeller as they are the two men who control the most money in America I think this rivalry is natural As yet however I thing it is without hostility Both men are interested in many of the same enter prisesCertainly I believe that the only man in a financial sense to whom Mr Morgan takes off his bat is John D Rockefeller The sane observant man well knows the silent latent power of his vast millions and I should say that at the present time it would be a risky venture for Mr lorgan or any other parson on earth to wag financial war against John D Rockefeller and his billionew York Journal psA Wonderful Neero Isaac Brooks a negro preacher who can neigher read nor write but who can quote scripture along with the best of preachers Bible students and professors was in the city Saturday toys the Owensboro Inquirer Ills home is In Webster county and he is sixtytwo years old He was born is SUughtersvllle and wat suit oil fiM hit mother when quit ii young milt Ta alter years h1back and laud bar stilt alive Isaac claims U have bean inspired from God to mefold the hidden mya terres of the book of Daniel and the book of Revelations He OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Blcf4IUnhealthy KUtyi Make iMjire All th Meee la yr bsety ptaiei throuaji1 your kidney eaoe tvi three minutes Wdnejs are ytir Ib purifiers they fll the waste r I the bleed 1i rJ JtJrilod are sick or eat they faU to do ii work achejtndfhei cemt from ue OIlS tI uric acid In the neglectedkldicj IInlteadyItile had hu 10101 becaue the heart Is kidneylI uJ to Ieiridred that only utlnary ldneysbutnow the1reglnning11 you are sick you can make no mistake a by first doctoring your kidneys The mild KllmersSWlunpRoot soon realized It stands the hlghesufor Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and ls sold on Its merits CJKfZ by all druggists In fifty tf ceat and onedollar sir ca You may have a E sample bottle by mall nora of simpRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when wrltjng Dr Kilmer Co Binjhamlon N Y IB a perfect worrIer ansi COM down Into Revelations so deep that educa tltn lails to snag him on any passage He says there isnt a thing in the en tire bible that he Is not familiar with and a trial trip in the presence of a number of witnesses convinced the doubting Thomases of his assertion He states that the star that appear ed in the East in the ticond chapter of St Matthew is the same star that is spoken of in Revelations ninth chapter and first verse and in the twentieth chapter arid first verse ol the same bcok When the angel came down with the chain in one hand and key in the other the same star appeared In the tenth chapter of Revelations said Isaac John saw the same star lIe quoted much from Hezeklah and claims to have seen in vision the hand write the words Thou art weighed in the balance and found wanting Isaac said that the hand that wrote these words was the hand of the star mentioned above and that this star and some other things he mentioned was the Holy Ghost Isaac Isa wonder in scripture mat ters and frequent experiments have tailed to stamp him 1 No one knows the unbearable torture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by piles unless they have suf fered from them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible cure Price 50 ctsin bottles tubes 75 cts I H Williams m Discovery of Wolf Sink- A special to the Bowling Green News from Oakland Ky gives the following Interesting account ot the discovery of a cave Situated on thy Lotrisvlll and Nashville rallroad4il moet BtUmty between this place and feuuyriJ is wbn is known as Wll atk This sink covers about three acres of ground and is Mid to be 180 feet deep It got its name according to old citizens from the circumstances that in the early settlement of this coun try wolves in great number jumped into the sink after the carcass of a horse which had fallen in and being unable to get out the wolves died of starvation During the wet rainy weather water is seen to rise to considerable depth in Wolf Sink and to recede and entirely disappear in dry weather hence it has been long be lieved that this water came from a subterranean stream Some few days ago with the view of finding a cavity and this supposed stream of water Mr Joe Lewis insti tuted search for an entrance and alter removing a few atones and sonic de oris succeeded in finding an opening to a large cave Mr Lewis enteed and explored the cave to a distance of about 3 0 yards and found a stream of clear cold water varying in width from a few feet to fity or seventyfive feet and the volume being nearly If not lite as great as that at Graham Springs which is kcown to many ol your readers The writer recently had the privi lege of entering this Wolf Sink cave in company with Mr Lewis and a few others We went in about 390 yards or as far as we could well go without a Lost No survey has yet been made ol the course of the stream but it seems to be coming from the direction of Oakland The water is of the fin QualityWe no fish but there are plenty crawfish in the water They are not without eyes as the fish in Mammoth Cave are said to be There are several large domes in the cave apparently at Itnst seventy five feet high No little interest is manifested in this newly found Subterranean stream as it may prove a source of water sup ply for farmers living along Its sup posed course in time of severe drouth such as we have just now passed II indeed we are yet through Dont TulMtO lli 1 1I acil Siwit Your 11ft inij To quit IoIeco tavllr Mid former be mar note full of lilt nerve at1 vigor take KoTo XMU T M ffoiktr thatraikM uk meD Htie JH frucliM Me or II Cure IIUrfIl t BMtttt N4 Ample tree AMilae dc lHt 1r c Ohleato or New York Curio Collector Have you any eld relics you are willing to part with Dlnbored Yes my wifes mother is stopping with us but I didnt think she would suit you Look ANIIIChliiTliiinKI- IVHI Dine Iluffhrit1 Tonic tiintvplpfliMintl til ten In curly Hprlntf nml Fall prtTeiiln chill IHMiKueanil Mulnrliit Fever Acts ou the liver tonn UI lho sytern Heller thuii Culoiurl nnd Quinine Contain no Arwnlc try It At Drug gilt We nod fluu bottle Our Imppression is that there are on the average no richer man or woo man in America than those who have good health good character good sleep good ears to hear good eyes to see all the beautiful things in this world of ours which arc given tothe socalled poorest among us without priceGtorge T Angel OASTOnXAB- ett I tIclieMd You Hate Always Bout EgstsrTibbeltsSo J you do not believe In the emanslpation of woman Burton Well It is just here Man Is the superior being but how is he going to show his superiority if wo man is his equal Thats what I want to know itb ou btbr ltbareitthi tobeobbII NuTu-UIu It dloor tohe wlll LIbrlll boz WIIIpuaUJprolDUJO1 lwuaq lIMIoar REMINISCENCES Of Some Famous Early Lawyers Hardln Wickliffe and Duvall Rev J W Cunningham formerly of Hardln county now of St Louis Mo Is contributing some Interesting sketches to the Central Methodist Folowing are some extracts from his latest contribution to that paper- I have boyhood memories of Ben Hardin who praciiced law In the Cir cult Courts of April July and October at Leitcli field and at every court was entertained at my fathers honse call ed the Eagle Inn Charles A WickliflV Ben Hardin and W P Du- vall were young lawyers at the first couit in that small village of two houres in lIlt r The first became Governor of Kentucky the second member ol Congress and Secretary of State fur Kentucy and Duvall Guy ernor ol Florida Wickllflt called Hardin Ben Hardln called Wick hue Cousin Charlie and both called Duvall VBillle Billie was by far the shortest and smallest of the trio I learntd of that court from Gov WickUlfo in 1861 Hardlns wife was a Methodist and hit home was a place for sojourn for Methodist ptiachers visiting Bards town One of his occasional visitors- a R D Neal on imposing looking Methodist presiding elder At a Ueitchfield court when Ben Hardin was addressing a jury he saw the pre siding elder and provoked a laugh at his expense by saying A Method 1st preacher named Neal testified in court that a man advanced forward and then advanced backward The presiding elder arose and said to the Judge May it please your Honor I want to correct Mr Hardin The preacher whom he hasjust quoted was a Cumberland Presbyterian by the name of Neal I am the Method ist preacher of that name and never gave the testimony credited to me Mr Hardin responded I thank Brother Neal for the wmection My wife is a member of the Methodist church and I am an outside pillar of the same Ben Hardin was a tall man In summer time he wore a blue- coat with pigeon tails and flit brass buttons His pants were of fine homemade flix linen His vest usually went unbuttoned His shoes were low cut and his hat of the stove pipe pattern adorning a goodsized head with a thin suit of hair His shirt front was of plain fine linen without starch He was a grave looking man in repose but was noted for his wit humor and sarcasm in court or other public speaking He im pressed all classes of hearers with his descriptive powets At Elizabeth town when I lived there he prosecuted a man who hanged for murdering his little stepson A countryman who heard Hnrdlns prosecuting speech went into a store and said I tell you Ben Hardin is a powerful speak er He showed how the murderer ran across a field nod jumped over a fence with all the vigor and agony of a lion At an early day when a member of the Legislature made a proposition to establish an asylum for Idiots Mr Hardln proposed to amend by making it an asylum for the in sane The mover asked Will the gentleman from Nelson please tell the House what is the difference between an idiot and an insane person Mr Hardln replied An insane person Is one who never had sense enough to know the difference between idiocy and insanity Mr Hardin became a Methodist in old age Help young ladies to withstand the shock of sudden proposals thats what Rocky Mountain Tea has done 350 Made by Madison Medicine Co Ask our druggist m Ounlii n Tiliikoit AN 1 gelegraph Company IIXCOIiroltATKII Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Miaslreippl and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points In thirty five States and Temlotles is establishing nn exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McIIenry Centertowu and surrounding country They wish to make their service as possibleservice to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other information may be obtainedat the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hertford Ky C S SIcCuuoucH Manager Mrs Neutlch Why didnt you come when I rang the bell Servant Please rnanni I didnt hear the bell Mrs X Well ilicteafier when you dont hear it come and tell me at onceVhat most people want is something 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 affect For sale by Z Vayne Griffin Bro m O jOu BTOnXABeari theittKind Yes Have AlwajfS Bocjtt SIguture +ot Special Excursion to Louisville- A special excursion train Septem ber 6th leaving Beaver Dam 4 pm Hughes Chill Tonic Pa1atab1eBetterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic THIS OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC Anvrllfun pii e mm lor CUIMjt neil FK VI5K8 Mnlntlnl FcTrn Swaniji Fever and Sill loue K0Ten It Never FailsJust what you need nt this season MI LP LAXATIVE NERVOUS S E D A T 1 V BI SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed by yonr Pruffgtut Pont take nay ubtltnte Try 11Uc nod flflo PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet Co r1G lSlOnaOJlATEIiI- I Loulsvlllo Ky tickets will be sold at rate cf1 75 for round trip good going and returning only on special train returning leaves Louisville September 8 1201 neon The beauty thief has come to stay Unless you drive the pimples and blackheads away Do this dont look like a fright Take Rocky Mountain Tea tonight Ask your druggist m On account of Owensboro Coor ed Fair August 293151 round trip tickets from Beaver Dam to Owens boro and return will be sold at rate of 1 25 on sale August 29 30 and 31St limited to September and for re turnThersew telephone editor is a hu morist Well He heads an ac count of the cannibal islanders eating the German scientists Trouble in Their Midst Kansas City papers contain an ac count of three farmers being arrested there while fighting over the possession of an idle man whom each want ed for a farm hand rII a dealer asks you to take some thing said to be just as good as Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madi son Medicine Co ask him 11 he makes more money Ask your drug gist UI TAPEWORMS UA tape worm elsbtctn reel long at- luat came ot the scene alter my taking two CASCARETS Tbla I am sure bai caused mr bad noalth for the pies three years I am still UI1DIIoCueueu the only eatharUo worthy or- noun by scaslblo r ple oco W BowelS DllrdUp CiNDY CATHARTIC vases iass Rul5TsiaDS Plcaiut Palaubi fount TIlt GOOd Do Good Merer Blcien Weaken or Orlpe Ion Xctue CURE CONSTIPATION KtorilM 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tlnn lrltl only tlOOperyrar We offer thl nnr iiul d iie pnr nail Tat ItKrcDLicix tuj Rvtbvr one year for fIM The rrinilnr abwrliitlon price of the two pa pee IA tjou PanAmui anEg dU n Best reached bv the 7L1NQI NTAL RR Tkroimh Hvrrln via ticinplili Ioalnrllli nn tlnimtlnnd Cl vrliind rruvo on nnd nlttrxny 23 and rouilitliiK o- fSLEEPING CAR WITHOUT CHANGE BtttWRItN New Orleans 4ND fiaffaloAn evening departure Irom New Or leans and a morning arrival at Baflalo DIN INGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARS Hn route InrHcnlan ofnRenUot the llllnoU ntrul iind connottlng linn Wll uiBRAV lily Iaaar Agent New Orleans Ixo A SOOTT HlvWon 1nnr AbiUt ueuipht A II IUXKOS u i A WA KXLLnxn A u I A Chicago LonUrllle I SHeRMANS MARCH TO flJB SEA- OqreunuIflrwsSOnbsht on the uiountHlnii That Iruwnnl on the river Wloir White we ntixxt by our KUDU In th niornlnn- Anil eagerly watched for the too When n dder tnwn out rn ni thu ilotkixvu That hung over the mountain niwl trw Mid nhoutol l5oys upl anil be ready IurHhrrnmn will mart to theses Then cheer upon rbrrr for bold Hhmiuin Went op ruIn enrh valley anI glen And the bugles rvnthoeil the ninMc That cam Irom the HIM ol the nice For we knew that the tar on our bnnner More brIghter In their splendor would he lud thnt blrwlog Irom Northland would grist nt- Vlwn Sherman marthed down to lbeo I Then lorwnrdl boj torwnrd la SnOtty w nurtheil on our wmrinonie irnjr And we utorineil the will hills ol I1saenl- oiS bl w those who Ml on that day Thel KeneMiw dark In Its glory Frowned dnown an the Flan ol the Free Dut the Rant nnd the West bore our ronirnde And herrann marrhed down ta theses- gtill l onward wn in wed till our banner Krpt out from Atlanta rrlm wnlln And the blood ol the patriot iampencd The noil where the trnltnr Ban fail lint we panwd not to weep lor the fallen Who tlept by each the and tree Yet we tiilned them a wrestS ol th laurel A brooD mnrthed dust to the seal Trund proud was our army that morning That stood when the pine proudly tower Whim Kherman nldNIl0110U HM weary i This dy lair Harnnnah lot outs I Then snug we a song for our Chieftain That btUyer thee and lee Anil the itar on our banner obiiite brighter When Hberuian marched down to the seat A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of Ballarda Horehound Syrup in all cases o Hcarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and 50 cts J H Williams m DONT BE FOOLED Take tb genuine origin ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Md only by Midline Mail clue MadIson It kp you well oar tred mark cut on each package Price cents Never sold In talk Accept no aubitl Me iiMiiM tutu Ak your uruigiii A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Somothing Now Under Tho Sun AH Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the Use powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucnous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The power fnl acids used in the Inhalers have entirely eaten away the same mem branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has lor many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment ot Catarrh has atilast perfected a treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent ly cures Catath by removing the cause stopping the discharges and curing all Inflammation It is the ouly remedy known to science that partsISnuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use Snuffles Is the only perfect Cure ever made and Is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all inflimation quickly and permanently and Is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffies wll save you it yon nse it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postlvely guaranteed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if used according to the direc tions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your casa without cost to you beyond the regular price of Souffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2331 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Tlio Kind Yon Hnvo Always Bought and which has been in uso tot over 3O eRrs has homo tho BlRimtnro of has been niatlo under lila per Mrnest sulIcrvislon sinco Its Infuncy I no ono todeceive you In thin All Counterfeits Imitations nUll JuntasRood urn hut KxiHrliucnis that trlflo with nUll endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Hxpcrlmcnt What is CASTORIA Gnstorla Is n harmless 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north Us Street1SI LOUIS HO r TH M AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 25000 00 REr E SURPLUS 12500000 AILltel J PAID COUPON IIOLDERS20000000Ad- dress all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS A BUSINESSEDUOATXC oryonouNcot I e tIed It U ot flnt loportanw to get your training at the nehoot that stand In thnry tront rank he ryont lrallon Sosiness College I C VTTC = y CxST n estmlrnNHl tenehereaehoraa wrlallit iablIin flrad I A 110011 lLINU Q nates of thus school are preferred liy liniluma houses Writ Mr a 1 beautiful book Klli RtrtlinonlaLi from gradsatemouptsg prom treetltItTlAMDI QQQ rllltlre 18 j LION COFFEE A LUXUItY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL I OUt next ndvortlsomont IWh I THE lion does picket duty for you and prevents adulteration and I impurity from entering into your pack age of LION COFFEE When you buy an unbroken package of LION COFfEE you havo coffee that is absolutely pure strong and invigor ating A single pound makes 40 cups No other coffee will go so far You will never know what it is like till you try it LION COFFEE is not a glazed compound but a pure coffee and ndth ing but coffee dtscrlptlve1ldblsimplywhich is the only form in this excellent is sold WOOLSON SPKB CO TOLEDO OHIO W1fUt3 UJt1Dmir OMo Coiist Circuit CoortW T Own Juditi I11 How Attorney Otfnboro T 11 lllack latter HA Anderson tierS lIon Uolhrook Sintr CoOl ululoutri U II Liken Truitra Jury Fund I H T Steven ShirtS Hartford IJrIulll1bIIrV M llockrr T II IIDtoa J II Taylor WH Tliule Co rtconteDMnritUon l jf In Wab ad Acgoit and continues three week and third Uoadn In May and November two weeks CowityCuurt3 I1 Miller JoJini IlL Slag Bad Clerk i 11 L llmrrin Attorney Hartford reoat convenes flnt Uondajr In each month QaarUtlr Court llfnln on the third Monday la April July Octobrraad Jannar Oonrtofdalme Conrrn lint JloaJnjr In Jan nary Tueday after second Uondajr In October Other omN Uoily Sarreor Uhrare a l Itoyal Assessor Kordrllt Yen 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Kx Sun Lv Hvansvile 730 pm 730 nm Ar Chicago 700am 7oopw SOUTH BOUND Daily Ijx Sun 830amIThrough sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chnir ars on day trains llcktta ol yon ocal ticket agent OROPSyctJUlInlt rgnbar d e ir boplM Ia tee rmovIIf u n COW PEASES SOJA BEANSa- rt two of the most pro Ible crop farmer CIa sow for M1 forego graIn and soil improving Olber seasonable seeds you mar nerd BoseSorghumCorn Buckwheat Rape Etc We carry the Larreit and Beat col lection of Suds In tbe Central Wait DdFtOUR CATALOGUe give full Infor j MaIledPKHUBend ua a Hit of the 6teO you need pricesF Ce N LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I ILtPLte 1 I I Si t 1 tI 1Il tOt 01 iafit hrT i k 1 CiiJI Iii II io rJ P IO e o e = a U I r II x J a- wt II I a J Ll 5 1 t a