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V r zr ji1 4 1 i 4 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN fFi hworka Specialty 3FF1CUI OE6AK Qf TBS PAUl IV TIC room C0mmOI51BIN Subscription 1 a year d GVOL XIV HAIITJFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1901 No8I ii I OBiQon Sense9 1nsdi a witnesses to the win MUca I or the motto IittteretM Piafttitllfttripttets fIttdnltwotiteh ittU 1 lUblltbei Nhilly drle tio TIlniammatiotl ewe teoule weak sit711 COI nwlo safe M dyke erf i phygcIMI Mcrce Dot 0111 I doctor but a apeelalUt la Ua I treatment aad cure j iiol of dta of woman ofTen a consultation by letUfe Jfw Write tq Pt Pierce BuIIIJo N1 p S Chad fclUMf rf taurnai wgs aad k4 umonth i bA Irr tfwlr INp gtjt4ufaWOOIIJ aocuUmr Uut t or c 1aI I oI Jo6 i a r t9I t VeIoito 11111 tercw f t oa nelI l hll onaceat ttampe to S milling tHf 7CI eua ipaper cooredcopicDr I 6 tiM idk1 Adviser The conUlss 1008 ages Address Dr taV Pine Buffalo N Y PlDlrlJ1 lO Yn HEAVRIN rFMIorne at LaxT HARTKORIl KY Will ntrlW tiU pniM lon In till th rurt iiJ ItOIkiid Ituln nl IInulA tIIItIIrcodIti UnNEST WOOOWAUD ATFOUNEY AT LAW iiinironi NY Hill riirlL hU r rulr loii U all Ik roirlot Italucoktx and mitt ni Appeal ITonptaad nrfolItomUo 1P ill- OmcoYnb1ouut Intd- It to UnCI b j I JNO WnsON 1IAI1ItNEY AT LAW 4 HAKTFlKI KY iiIhcthUaUrvt O rth14 tlIcI C R SMITH ATPOUNEY AT LAW4 HftrUft NV- MTI rrtk bb prfrk la1 all tk court u- lflkkm4iii ui4JIiitagrotIesui4fort4 ApII1t iwrial atuntlua ftm to all b lMi oatn1 t ucar OrJcAtjomeIrourtbos w i F L PElIX ATPOKNEY AT LAW IIAHTMIMh NY WIU iiractlcvli the mlltnl Ohio rontj aid fuirnf AIpWIIL Irowrt att UOII irlT Wall i biiJMM folrotwl to hU ran ORM la Hrald kiUJlm J E DAVIDSON Attorney at I aw f llARTFOlin KY 1 i W14p1rtkilprlbIsIIInIfl Ohio aid idjof I riIftir ii kall i 141 IfIvi lo iiIl bcl i rtUnlod tu hi ciTe f i SLROBYt LAW win 11Lii profwiloa la ill tbroartol Ohla4 adolnlaicroiatlM andCoartol A pali J apIuttuuaKiTntocoilcuoDl l JOHN P MORTON c ATTORNEY AT LAW IIRTKIIRII UT- ilalUTtlonirlnato all him nI- t 4 tobu nr omco In coartboDM tCM BARNETT ATTORNKV AT LAW HARTFORD KY WlllSirrtlwtiUprori tnn In all ttocogrtlol i Ohio aad adllnlD roanlkn Ppvrtal atustioa will btiui 10 an 101 iDtfRtId tu kla car rultetlui i a rrUlljr I t E P NEAL Attorney nt Lnw i a HARTFORD KY WflIrtkbd protMUlni la ill lh tonrt ot Kntut7 IidOI 1Dllnlltl truttictloui- F mUnfeatot diTdnf MtntM road rues as rrlmlB airMtk Omcecititr trial bock J s n WEDDINGI ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR it lAW f I s U RTFORDIV I tVllliipirtlrahlii prohwiloa In all the eonrtof Iklo iud Hdjolnlo cnaatlM fad tb Court ol Ar Imaipt attention irlrrn to aU bnta M itruatdtohtns Offlmlo KsrviLirix biUdlas fR IL WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORII KY Will QMctln hi prabMlbn In tbeonrUof Oblo tad adJolilivK coiatlM AUo Notarr lnUI 0doSouthern 1Rai1wayThrough Kl bt lstBo thrB itaU RUOKYITIWIISSEESPUt1I O4fTOUNAit Ar I YI cUp4tA tor qOiUAt na MISSISSIPPI II lMtlt l Tbra Dalljr Train Dtwi s toiU I 1 I carjTrlnlehJnI rorIutonIdniddrl I SIS 4th AID lnarm m II TITLUI Awlxtaal OIA t I Ll tIftktLoDnuI 1 llt Ie 1 4 I t f 4 iIi iIL s JHKE IKE BROWN Qiv up ID Despair Ills to i N a Wfe Serene MsTrt4LKo IRA Warn IkflfCI t ltV Wl fHiiH famr el K tlltWblf fif nBI Ihrlllti ptaI doctrine giving up their former tt Ilclud practice and cmlltig thrlr tots with anothrr crr d ItlUloB and 1110 time entirely nUgonUtlc Wilts the cue ot which they were fonnerly taetubcrs An tis ever thus in all wslksanil soclctlr or lIfean1 why 1l1U IfI wit Ly txxrrUncc the gain In knuwicitgc and all other ways and Uiraru nl InriraairiK bis wtalurn arc the error ul his ways and the lirtlllaiit i netrtiii Ilifht ol tiutb rcvrsla to him the tlilni In which he once bellcv d the O jrcl hr once IdolitMt ami rhlJ1 Is only anti ulely a jtit Itrv ol fmilulily rmlUh foIblluahll llirn Iuk ol oa CAa ay htm tail Wlm then dt uouncc him aa turucuet totcr hp IIIISrvti4 fUll auone In the RO iuua miiru ol vouth when the sun ut life WKd ct tirlulilly slllninjf nn the Iodcninaphxxl mtrr ju t unilinjr and the swtet ntanjhnrd fli rrs ol fouthfut days wire lading the b lruy air with odiirn swert bejimd cimpare at there stairs lIad pOO s ul hit my heart mud and Soul became lt oadeiated and filled with ihttaaU tate desire tu fiul and bstn tv my elf a little dome sweet aid Ielfkind and tBe with which ti Ji mj hurt and hind with which tHurm aa Integer ficturlcs and uiicngm- bc And to IdU end I have for wiiy yen contrived and jiaiined 4tid cberaed unit labored but alt in vatn Pala regre avid sorrow seemed to crown each llnnertnif year Yet I never quit my post thstar of hopr never Illicit o tvv at IfMst a dim anti 1 table Itjht 4ud the Sew lianlent uc astiHis list brtxbter Uller hpreIIIhlL aoeelrr Ir their iatlty und j nut utitll a few thy KIIHC did I b CIIWC a ware of the id ttat nj C4u1e- qap that ol a niiMiny niast bckrd Toke n1 that nif wild uncertain i troifeles or the attlstnent earthly blllIld plMrure were not only tithe but utlctly tuollth I ilil not take the tine suit pitis in enumerate aid Ilvlal1lt1 the j lutnjf circuoiitancv anti h pcnlngs that hive srrvetl lx erintrtbute to my IlhlellleI attire tif k ullwlcoe but will content tny1I by pitting N few inlveral truth before the minds of the rising yiiung urea ol Cuoiberland Courtly for In the1 Inttrcst thee irtiiht pusslbllittea ol future grcatnos in this little rplrtle written There re so uuny young Wen ul thuatiti unoundldK reunites whO po ilbl tiles ate almost Irciiuiprthcnsible hut between the alrCllo kJitntl and twenty years they become intillctd with the the kun rtcntie to mafrjI ad e ruinifly ill diauaalon at munition ol desr o dInd mum tfr utterly IrullloIIIon they jo jieKinell hareitiaclarem bumpily whizzing drvuM sf thnutfht and In Cfliislileratrnf the luurlhle ovrtVan nil oin qnencta 1 future tile T w thlqutlthnpoints 01 argument in the affirmative Now Jet me Indulge In a few pur tienisrsln order to illustrate a gener I al truth Btfore tklngThe llttlr ktfotytd yoBtbJu scrota trway1 flit tmbodlraint of all the fUraenl rnH11r7 aCt UK sflBilrjf iiruwlny fiMiltliJ ol b Ulttd SUUs lfla li Joys wllb n Ilitie twhtsrtrt lUll rifUtd flung cytd paella JdH IIttnH till toUlilly Hhrt its a rulatal forisr IjUeuCe i tth and tvef v avenUe to hot 1or and imur Itine by one yoltmnl clottd Hnd locked futrvrr and fonvet Ills mintfand heart mini are each an nl rrntcird on this llltle puny junij uf clay and nnlhlnp i lioil of plcti h aits nod hindi wilt preserve hit capable 1 llohllC to mill and kitpin out ol the fire A few meeting limited number chimney corner cluii the I oieIt the old ruIkrh- mpi pei a trip to Tennefre Knd the km U tied and thr oter prrcinna khftllnu brained chatter box Ii hu tu keep lot ever A elo ilelellrbrlelln duritl but terrible horrible long and tinge Ing In tilrliiff wts and iuIvikiifanti theiithere conie HHR rernll IIi bllMul Wedlock and NK n blending t the happy h6u lo d a MMHC or tun nl little toll headed snotynosr sugaiJarlinKS The dear hubuni the kind Inlicr goes forth at break riMY to gain by the kweutot his bit the little dab ot meat and bread rae Knit fill thcgreedy ctajm ijh dtaivlng household And at clone day he wends his wenry WilY tuwm tlft dismal hovel known us how a hi dear little bljijje I ay boys HI girls inett hUll attbe gate and pi him with the cheerful rilvrry not of huadi bit ad1itrad tendered the niuklea tone elf a lurdred llnr aod ayo 4tvn piJlCi1bt lovicK tat ther sutiouidtd with an Incaiculil qQtnlty il aids at nl ht repiwae L we ry boot on tte notven surface his alat and strnw until he gets t sore the touch ol angel wing wou nuke him hrlek and yell for pai Then ttlbe thinks i f his form hiippy home of good old dd si warm o Itcetloms holyair and I bnt nut lvapt he calls In mind II bursting Iii t that dahlad deal a one Can give relief to hti wra lonea Dear boy hpWAY from II girls for what Hrdlhey more than admixture of paula Iud po det klnka and curls pt dUruimda ii tvma and larex flounces and Intl thoIone little buLl t1br first and onl one she ever gave bless her SWeet IIIUIihd the tender blisfu occult tlon feema to evaporate endtjuh vii lure to supply the World fr a thou anti years to ciin but tlt1 if tbi Un usptctlng yahawker could hay revealed to him the nimpk truth h would realte the fict II every bui ahe bad given to other lllows wa a- aliiifinlteslmal molecule the BKeregatt f the whole would fotm an tiji t oc copying the prodfRioux space of AI Hunirner pumpkin Vtatch em n or theyl net jou They never get to h olil to grub i 1The wrlnkle ficed hoIloayed te aosgglctuesthedold maid of tlghtyr summers Will dab like a bull bat anil If even AVcIy small particle of ever thing the old uiatrt poles her lonu p Ylloj into adhered to the end thereof It toslt Snon tieconie SMI enor al mously heavy that the force ol gravj ty would hag big nose old woman and all down cown to the lnnerrooit bowels of the eilitb Why have I soured on tbt girls did you 117 Wellni answer by saying II A crow could undergo tht trooblrs jilts sod dliappolnlnitnU Ihivoao dcrgone WIbQU srtnitnu a Ih II roHld bt 10 Hnchangabl und idinn inllhile that tbi nilursl profiu of oClUwlbIIhd ttjl4t WOUld cta odd n- 4toiit httlbd bt IhiHiottnl and Un chan 4ble HS the great and might rock Oibraltir- No Ml never mar and while tht lapplt Bt per o I of life fa possibly pant iud the nun of life perchanse hIS asunl It znifli yrt I hope toso lly- n single hleasednriM that the last1 4Int lingering rnya of eventide wit ast their slsit ng streaks 01 gor ipon a scene t1 sweet an calm Tepee Vhen drooping pleasures turns to grid VII trembling filth NcbHnRfdjttf trihe murmuring mind the qulver lrIleal VIII Holtly tIll me IQ jrols near1 Jake Ike mown iIurro f nnrrr Hot ISilxiuJ fuiUUK I 1fBlnodIC ne worst and most dtrvltated lilt ti nCMSen on earth y t the easiest to ure when Botanic ifood B lm Is atd If you have blood potion pru uclng ulcers bone pains lmple lucins patches Sailing hair cblurI In hcrolula old rheumatism or ot n ive form ol caUrth scabs am ales deadly cancer eating bleet IC Icitrrinx Ova Bwelllngs lump rslrtent wart or tRice Botanic DlnI i U B It ulllcuiecven the r vfier everything else fails cosI l lo Blood Bum 1 B II drains tbt iton out rf the system sad th Nod thea U1IOfl hls Baites J i se blood pure and rich wd kaildlnt I i the brekfcn down body B nIturoUbiy tested lot j years loll tdrua store i per large bottle A ul treatment tent lice fay writing to it balm Co Atlanta tia D iiled trouble and tree medical ad re given until cured Doaiilc BlocAo Ins does not contain mineral pois IM or nitrcui j is no many adverty I remedies do but Is lOnpose Q lit lidtanic Iiire 1ieul Ovrr 3001 iiinoiiuts of cuteby jikiog U Bu m o New TenDollar BillshThe huieiiu f engraving and print iff li now tHMiing the new tendola ill which treasury department offi 41 call the BnHilo Bill Th r me la not bcc use ol an association Ith Col Cody but because the feat re of the engraving oi the bill Is a magnificent butTio bead rown witiGsalted mane sweeping the gronnd nd the anima apparently la full huge This is the fourth of what Is nown as the American series fJ1 11 In which the designs are purely mblematical American things and hn1ericanills will have loislderable open lace untouched by the green or dark a nks of the printer The object in e is will be to allow the silk threads the fiber of the paper to show Aroughhe beat sate guards against the coun ifeting of the United States money bateau rffictals are now trying to lelermlne cuttablw di l lns for the tew twenty and filty dollar bills which will issue shortly Ex now Are Tear idT5anr ilobla Ptiiuratre Add SrIIsisftm4CoCItour II T 1 DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pum- psIIGUAItANTEEDI i TIlE BESTua IirtttoPies Coilwire Grown Pipe Fittings Enginu and Boiler Triinniings ole Callon MoHanry MJf g cMach Co I McHonry KyeA 1 i i iI d f iIJ Ji L 11 h yT Uoiir rt 1 fui jltf = o r tL SADLROMANTIC Deith Separates and Then Reu 0 iltes Couple 1 Rcckor4 HI Sept 9 RitringetJ from hit kMband btfaftfVof Ike iccl dentil MrpwolBf tfriefr only I py i ftcwlltd in4 MM W with fain ilur 4 otfjMMlldii of HVMI yrtri by tbi iMih 61 Ihtlf IitLIUtI 15 Iii B ad and raillahifc story U the life ol Marie Nielsen I he sctress aslstti Of Vllce Niilson the ijmotis sIBger now iii Paris When Marie watt young she marl- ed 1 Prank Klngsbury a rising JOirtg Business man of Kansas City when be Nkliiemjllv d4The couple lived iappilytogtiher until seven year tgoi whnthlr ocly son ar boyoftlx yeardtd was drowned while aksting on a pvnd The death of the boy nearly distracted the mother Slit C blamed tier husband for allowing him tJ go ci be ice A quarrel loIomd and led V an estrangement Finally Mrs Ktnctbury lelt the home and de cided to take np stage life resuming her maiden name A few days ago while her company was playing at Belvldere word came of the critical illness ot her only child a daughter In Oranba When the readied tile bedside of her dying child beaxd her husband spoke for the firf t tin aince their lint great sor lOW bid HI arattd them The daugh ter pleajjM with her mother to give op the Ms jeid live with papa then fce sanka ke last sleep Hasbsn- dk w I kid at each other for a roopaistya rscoBciltationcame and ioth tf 141111 warm face of the oved aCW e last word bail ten nle4 AMpv Ms riasral Mr Klcc bnry ac ID pMlVUrw kr 8JvWef a iff JIM lVtI5i IIta4 tM a S4anceM b ta wn44re oibeigq A H OW HINLIfctQ dU for thought of Companion Wkllr oa a sarapln trip in Web xterfiooMty Mr 8 I Stump of NUE msute wn W Va bad a severe attack f bloody flux He aaya I firmly believe that I owe my life o the fore thoughTff one of the company who had taken along a t bttle of Chamber Irftna Colic Cketera and Diarrhoea Rca ay4iAMoTlrrocmrea bottle 1 thU remedy before leavlpg house cant be obained when onr- lblltluglibl g or prospecting trip Neither can it be obtained while ori boird the cars or steamship and at auch times and places ltisuiot like Iy to be needed The safe way la tor have It with you Thousands ol trav elera never leave home oird journey without It For sale by Z Wayne rin Bro m A Snake aid a tQfy It la said that a man Q7 at Sal phnr Henrjr county the other night on his way tbiough a gioVe heard n strange noise After veatlgating i found it to come from a urge mo stet rattle snake It waS pinioned to log by a large limb broken from a THE HOME GOLD CURE n Invanloua Treatment by Which Drunkard are Being Cured DailY In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A PteasanandPosI tive Our for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally underatood that Drnrfkness a disease and not- 1eakutsi A body filled wllh olsoa- aadnrnes completely Khattifted by periodical or constant uta ol Intox eating liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradlcat Ing this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants SuOerera may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Hume CldCopewblcb has been perfected after niscy years of cloee tady and- treatwmi M Inebriates The illh Salivs Kiig to directions qf this woad discovery Is positively gain hi cure the most ostinat caM vptMir how laud aoriakeri Our show tbe Marvelous trantfiifaAM of thousands of Drank ards I 4sVr ladtutrioos and op titlit WlTM ors your hosV ds f Iondrwi tlycur fhe1 I This rem edy Is ht cc sent ottatn but Is a specific for this disease only and ia so skllllnlly devised and prepared that it la thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it caube gives In a cupof tM or co8ee with out the knowledge of the person tak- Inltlt Thousands ofdrnaktirds have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and us many more have been byhavingi loving friends anti relatives without I their knowltdge In coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not watt Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading improvement Drive out Ute disease at once and or- an time The The nome Gold Cure is cold at the extremely low1 price flf One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others COIt Inst 6 to 50 Pull directions accompany each package Special advice by killed physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepald tnany part of the world on I mxlct ol one dollar Address UptI I RilwinB Gklea and ajja Market street ntlal All corespondents PhlladrtPhlall 1 1 I tree He set the snake free and went I on his journey homeward unconscious 1 that the snake was following He sat down to supper and In picking np a spoon be had carelessly dropped O a the floor he again saw the snake Hi M It and they btcama 1at frleedi The icftVe would wt Item Mt hind wrppirpflMhli luck ud kW f biw Md ilttp wiled upon hi fcoiefhd bed Thli conInucd for I Week or moiei Dillon bight the mla wie rjstlt and collMnt sleep He call i ca to the fldake arid It didnt respond is usual so he arose lighted the Imp tad began to sesrch for his pet He found the snake In the parlor wrapped around the neck of a burglar with lla tall hanglo out the window rat thug for the night watch Milton News Wo Room for Aiarcfty The shooting ol the President sent a thrill of horror through the country and thousands of people saId at once that the deed must have been that of a crzy man It is not so but the thought does credit to the hearts of the people They cannot see how sny man in the caatoaol his senses can bring himself to the commission of such a crime against such a person age Tbiy cannot tee the motive and they cannot discern how sUch a rao live can exist They havenot stedied the sociological conditions of thecoun try and tbeydo not know that there are In the country quite a numbtro people who declare their belief that all government is wtong that all ofEclfcls are criminals and that they are doing the race a service when they rove the head r f any government It does not matter If that bead Is wise and kind aid patriotic Ills position ia his crime aid if access can be had Ic him bllMe Is sealed To moM picple is ftto nearly all tfce pwpU n ansschJtC tt an on kaowji fIty Itx to not tkow that k lie Sften or U being IChttled not only in the teisU bn is the practice of murder He la trained In the use ofthe pistol and is shown ho to reach a vital spot with the knife with the least chance of Interference on the part ol the victim or of bystan ders He la sworn to carry out the judgment of the society to which be beog8 If he rrlasea death bc comes hisuition Every narchlet Is a cowardrandlie commits hlrcrinw from which there may be a chance of escape ntber than awalt the penalty ol refusing front which there is no deliveranceThere no room In this country for anarchy where all men are cull tied to bold all sorts of opinions An Iarcbyll an opinion It is premedi tated crime not against the individu al but against the body politic The dangerous lunatic is at once seized and confined for life if need be to prevent him from harming an IndlI vidual and toe same thing should be done with the Anarchist He adverI too that It is his purpose to commit murder when he says that he Is atrI Anarch t and having the free use of his faculties and the aid and advice oft skilled criminals of his own class he Is a thousand times more dangerous than the worst lunatic and his crime much more certain Oweasboro In qulrer Chamberlains Cough Rome dy a Great Favorite The soothing and healing proper tin ot this remedy its pltaiant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made a great favorite with people s very where It is especially prized by mothers small children for colds croup and whooping cough as It at ways affords quick relief and as It contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given aa confidently to a baby as to an adalt For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bio inI IxHikI AMIIIchliiTIm Iii TM nln Hogbn Topic Uit pltawint tatken In early Borintt end Vail prmutu IMDKO Malarial FTr AcU OB U lIvrgton up the atim hitter than kgttv I trogtsmeOf Teachers Astodatloa to be heldi to Fordsrilts Maglstwlsl DlstrUJ at DtanfieUJ eaSeptMsbtr 38 1951a930 a ra Opcvtsg exercise OrcganiMtios Mdgensrsl diecnssim ofc association work S Uwe pen school with davotlosal eierclies Oil Ins Mosely and O W Pdge My first week of school J C Lawrence Royal How I deal with naughty boysC L Patton Essay subject NeatnetsBstella Ralph Recitation Daisy Godsey Noon Ioo p m Roll call answer with quotation Incentives to studyW Rotson Value of Politeness Lena Miller and Flow Murphy Thorough nessWill Llewellyn and C W i ly The moral value of scbcol subw jccts Alois Lyons paper Obedience its necessityI S M Royal Do you allow boys and girls to play to getber The Association Honesty Arthur Moxley and Forest Huff Influence of books Joe Chancellor andre Prof Rush impromtu J H Smith If All teachers are cordially Invittd to attend this meeting AH the teachers Ioidivllle MagUterUI District arc expected Yours for success S W CROWB Vice Pres I J jr4 L gfT i0Jx j h WOMEN PHYSICIANS Giving Statistics Showing the Increase of the Profes skin in Feminine Puke Amirlcfl Idllu ibi wntltr ol roi wen pfKllclBg wedlclni The Ira was nUIbeth flliekffi who gidut- Ited as tt fafayalClan In 1040 Tljtet yealfa later there Weth six in PHIlaUeis PblsIa J tiSg there Were j ooo lady doctors In tbq United States In I9O therp were 4 555 and tow there are lucraitlvepractlce ment some army all Miss Dr MtGee who went as snr geon to Puerto Rico with rank of lieu tenant Elizabeth BIsckwell started the movement In England also There are In London and vicinity eightysix lady physicians forty lour ia thirtyone towns of Wales fiftytwo la fifteen towns In Scotland filteen In eight Irish towns lorty three in twentythree provincial towns in England eightyfive in fifty dlfierent towBslB India chilly medical mltsteaarlea fifteen In seven towns In China and fiftyseven scattered la twentySeven different court tries That is 396 English lady pby alclans are now in active service Many of them have studied theology also and can give counsel for the soul sis well as for the body In Ruk sialtbe country female physician is a godsend to the poor people for thp country male doctors are often drunk and indifferent For this noble sell sacrificing lalor they get but I ooo rubles Income ia cities they are better paid There are now 700 women physicians la Russia The first Ttewti lady physician Madeline reradnated in 1895 but now SMRS are seventy one practicing raedl c1tt Paris and fourteen elswhere la Frascc Ia all larger girls school thereof a lady physician In India Lady Dntferla greatly promoted this movement In 1888 there were thir ty hospitals here entire In charge oj women Ia 1896 the nnnber ha4 grownito 133 In 1894 the Sultan or- Tutkeyallowrd women to study med Iclne kad now a number ol Russian and English female physicians have begun work there also one Turkish lady Ja 1898 the sultan withdrew permission for women to stttdy medl due In Turkey but foreign female physicians are allowed to practice still Egypt has two lady doctors one in Cairo the other In Alexandria There fire some twenty In Italy one physician to the queen they are in Roumanla Norway Sweden Denmark Finland A number have graduated from the University of Mexico Russian lady physicians have established a hospital for women la Persia A Swiss lady physician Is the court of the emperor ot Aby sinla Austria and Germany appear least advantage in the movement for women physlcisas Chicago mi terlor When you want a pleasant physic try the r new remedy Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant In effect Price 35 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Bios drug store mi S Patronize Home Firms In nearly every paper you pick up ton will notice an account ol some one wh baa purchased a bill of good from some catalogue house and liter paying the freight or express charges they find that the articles have cost more than it world II they bad bought them of a local agent Why Is it that people sres6 often misled in this wal We do not think It ia because they wiSh to patronize the big city firms bnt because they have an idea that hey buy things much cheaper In a reat many instances they do not now the price oithe articles charged y the local dealer If all local deal ra would get into the habit of adver their prices they would soon Ce sway with the custom of sending cwy for goods which can be pur just aa cheap of the home mer Exchange Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise burn scald or like injury w111 Instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts In less time than any other treatment Unless the Injury ia very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings andrlamenesa For sale by Z Wayne GrlSra Bro m J We always feel like hollerln scat hen we hear a man ranting against Protection with suggesting any better remedy thanTarlff for revenue only Anso Texa Registeraa I Have you a sense ol fullness In the gion of you stomach alter eating so you will be benefited by using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They alto cure belching rtid sour stomach They Jby tIlA 1c- 2L I THE WHOLE SYSTEM Oatarj vJCakaTrustCocwrftei Hrald Building Chicago 111 u Mlows LsiEJune I hadaioyeag9g wasvaiaaoplag wretayeaforuotlt last November whan th rritfi foal dJiippeand ootlnly k JLoulll Piw Jn nlofU I hare used Parana for a short tlsa and pan cheerfully recommend listbeing all you represent and wish er J luntrerlngwithoatanhcou1know I 100ewWherever the catarrb is therVls Jan to bo a waste of mucos The mucus ill Itisbtoodhi4etItpnsclts removed T6 stop this was4 yon must stop this catarih A coarse ol treatment with Perana nover falls this ESchnIdorproprletoroBaltic speak of Porous as follows I desire te saythat I have found Perana a mod wonderful remedy I have only uss4 one bottle and am thoronghlysaMsflpd SJ to its merits I cannot words M espress my gratification for thsssiobtained I Bend for free fatarrh book Ade M The Pernna MeOlslne Company G ltuss bmsOklO PauAm ri auBIi aiU I Best reached by the LIZ EHTlALLR Through wrrlre via jitoiphU LoiUrlUi CU daaatlaad Clrrland cffMtlr on and alter rjK and comlitlng of SLEEPINGCAR- WITHOUTCHANIE BnTWIUtN jfJer OrleansAND Buffalo An evening departure front Nw Orleans and a morning arrival at Baflalo DININGCAR SERVICE fai BUFFETLIBRARY CARS iED rout TatUcvlan ol agatita ot tIIj tUloelk 0 Oatral and connwtlDK line Wu urnuir nir PaMr Agent Kv Orlaaa DlrUlon 1awr Ageat amp4IJOAIroTT o p i W A KILLOHU A O r A Chicago Lou- laytitBAD BREATH f aadaUnt Ur diqgbier and Ipr bothnid wui taqtakingwoadrullr TriWILUCLMlHA NAOIL In tb twl4J 11 tin nitMobovM 81 ClaalDJllu ota CAKOY CATHARTIC i TsADssa j 1 Pleaitnt Palatable Potent Tui1 000d 05Qoud Nave Slcua Wwkta or Gripe ioeitq 55 CURE CONSTIPATION Stti IIHI C CkIt iai i Ta- IIIASOldandsuaranteedbaitsIJ Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys uPon the mind ils coura jej and lessens vigor f and cheerfulnau I d1appearwhenthikidccft4 rtt1IMA LJIordIseased beYst0akldrithat It Is not uncommon f tot a child to be i1 afflicted with weak fur neys II the child bomIates too often II rine scalds the flesh or Id when the an age when It should be able ve I control the passage It Is yet afflicted wlA r bedwetting depend upon It the cause ul the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the tint step should be towards the trsatment el these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition ol the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit la m supposeWomen men are made mis f with kidney and bladder trouble remiThISSwampRoot Is soon realized it Is ss14 by druggists In fifty cent sad one dollar sizes You may have a 1sample bottle mall free also pamphlet tell i HOOM at s uipB M Ing all about It Including many of Iks I thousands of testimonial letters received rom sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure Mil this paper I I f J 01Ijsaad I J Z L II n 9Hartford Republican A w FRIDAY SKPTEMfcKR 13 LOST UJIILS 11 lo- rtcccrcccoQlh r1 u r ee cx1i 4 Iasisd Fridays 6W 9 HatfordPub Colncorpcjati Iitend it Hirtfird ttolflci is secondtins mill matt r 10 S I have done my best to understand my ltlt3ill State nirairs I cant in I dorso Mr Taylors coxirso I I and to vote for Ycrkcs would bo to indorse all I i the lawlessness of lust I wMltcrJ P MILLER I a CANT FACE THE PEOPLE I Political parties are necessary Inc tors in a republic to good govern ment From the foundation of the Infant American republic there have been two or more parties advoeatinjC principles radically tame time claiming to be workin tor the best interests of the govern y tnent These parlies have met upon National fields of battle in joint de bate to advhe educate and instruct tho voter to cast an intelligent vote It has been the custom in State polio tics and an unwritten law In local campaigns But matters in Demo cratic lore have become so corrupt that the leaders of that party have thought it wise to keep the voter in L blind ignorance of State politicacoun ty politics and the records of the Democratic candidates now beiore the people An invitation was extended the Democratic candidates recently to to meet the Republican candidates on 1 the stump to discus the issues before the people in answer to tbat cbal f lenge the Democratic candidate spoke thu through their chairman It is their opinion tbat the voters ot this county are fully adviied touch lug the issues involved in this cam paign and YOUI proposition is respect fully declined Indeed the voter are advised touching the issues of thi campaign They have truly said it well THE KEIUIILICAN advised in I advance that politics bad been en joined from the campaignby the Democratic candidates This course comes to us as no surprise It was but a logical conclusion for an intelli gent mind alter the roughly weighing the question in Democratic tcales It was not expectel that Mr Miller 4 should gointothiscampaign and meet his opponent on the stump His whole record indefensible he can not explain to Democrats what he meant by writing Mr T F Crowder such a Populistic letter only last year to Populists he cant possibly explain his 4th of March confession of Demo cratic faith withany degree of satis faction save I was fool in the Dem ocrat remember I have my loot on the neck of the Democratic party No defense could be made of his in dictment of the men wbo voted for Mr Yerkes as endorsers of lawless ness Finally Mr Miller cant de t fend his report of the countys finau cial standing Mr Smith has had ample opportu nity to explain already why he voted against the miners Two Weeks Pay DIlland he has absolutely de clined he has not yet been afforded an opportunity to explain why he had maderandham procession last fall this juint de bate would have afforded an excellent opportunity for explaining along this line but he refused it he could have denied being Sheriff two terms Clerk two terms Representative and Door keeper and receiving 850000 from the public crib were it not true There are a good many things that Mr Smith could have explained in a joint debate for each of the Demo U cratic candidates there is plenty oi explaining but every mothersou of them refused to face the people At the beginning of the campaign THE RntUiiucAN advised tbe public of Judge Millers record tinco 90 We have advised as lo Mr Smiths continued oflico holding and his voting ugaiiKt the laboring men we also predicted that the cry would come No politics in it boys for being thus clever the Democratic output woaped most bitterly and vowed that we find Iandered the personnel Its honorable Judge Nothing baa frantplrii oiotrndictory to the course Jlnnoed by Tn lUiUliLiCMir for the enrnpalgnleainiJng Jiat no n t of men on earth couldI cnie into Ohio county Iud advise her citizens that they endorsed the cam paign of 09 the contest and the ejec tion of the rightfully elected and con stitutionally seated Executive of this f commonvea1tb with a hope of any ci Ibing this side of the grave The contest is defenseless and that docu 4meatwhich led up to the contest the Goebel lawis left an out cast No man dares ofler a prayer in its behalf It is a thing of ruin nnd has caused great woo throughout the State It is a broader ofanarcby and revolution it is utterly indefensible 3 I J and the Democratic candidates In tbla county realize it lull wellsEven the man Hingo who camp nut In itlllh tense unsolicited in 99tlarca nut open up in its defense there ii ii defense for it It was couccivediii inquity maul brought fourth in corruption aAsido from politics the Democratic candidates have other records thr cant bo defended They are in atrn straits baflled and sorely troubled withoutcornpauorcbarLIN ROOM Tom Smiths supposed speech to tbe Democratic Committee Gentlemen oi the Committee Concerning thai challenge from the Republican candidates I need say but little In tbe first place however Ill eay I aint gain to meet Motel RI land on the stump because I sometimes lose my head and cat too much I told a fellow on the street one day tbat I was going to give the editor of the Republican piper down here a damned good beatln and it seems that tbe damned fool never will let up on it coa11minesi I voted against the Two Weeks Pay Billandjust cant afford to have Mose Raglaml telling this on me bej fore the miuew Ill just shore loee my henriagain And then as you all know I nev er did anything but hold office and loan money out at very large rates ot interest I haint got no excuse for asking the people to vote for me ex cept 1 just want some more money from an tffice and when a man halo got nothing to say for himself bcd better keep out of a joint debate Thats just what I think about it and its just what Im goin to do Futtbcr gentlemen I dont tee bow our Jimmie Miller could dodge tbat little Rogers on the stump It ippcars to me that he has allof Jim mies secret confessions as well as hem he made to us right down in blackand wbiteDiid the devil couldnt scare him outn usin them fur Jim rule sed he tried it Gentlemen there air so many things that betel Us that I dont think none ot us ought to debate with a Republican There is tbat infernal Republican paper tbat jist keeps talkin about the contest Btealiu the offices which is too true and if we cant stop the darned thing some way we might as well pull in our horns I tried the thing once to much and I dont see notbin to do now but to have Jimrtie to rule it in contempt I bare woe ried over the question so much Id like to hear from some one elese but I aint goin to debate THECOUNTYSINDEBTEDNESS HXAXTUL HTATEUKXT OF OHIO COtytV Amount ot ItJanuary I US fMooq mount paid to Mte517000trn- ount ID Hinting Fund 001 Amtd KlifcliFil for Dot 8000 Total IlediKtlon sseto Amount nnjmld Jaonnry lISOS fllMO The statements herein made have caused quitea good deal of comment They are certainly of miraculous ori gin as they do not appear in the rec ords oi the Ohio Fiscal Court We have made dilligent search in the ar chives of the county and have lall to find anything that will approach the above statement It la but laIr to presume that if one man cQ lJ find such things in the countys records another with the aid of the countys officials could do likewise The rec ords have been examined closely and things radically different are found On the 22nd of November 1898k the Fiscal Cjutt adjudged the coun tys indebtedness to be 83000801 Order Book No1 p 818350 I This order of judgment was signed by J P Miller J O C C On the 26thof December 1898 tbe bond issue of 830000 was made the outstanding obligations of tbe county taken up and the Sinking Fund Commissioners found that they had 508853 in their potsession alter all the countys accounts bed been settled The question then confront ed the Sinking Fund as to what should be done with the 8508853 surplus After a little investigation t it was found that 85000 worth oi the bonds floated could wtie bought back at a small premium which transaction the Sinking Fund Commissioners proceeded to make Having taken up this 85000 of supeifluous bonds the countys indebtedness was found to be 825000 and not 83500088 Miller states on his card Tbe order book shows that Instead of 817000 of the countys indebtedness having been paid mutated by Miller that only 112000 including this I500Q from the superfluous bonds had been paid at the time of the issue of the above statement This card states that there were JJOOO in the Sinking Iundat the close of business for 1000I when there Was not one cent therein hut instead the county actually owed the Sheriff 823123 on the settlement for the yearlOOO Sheriffs settlement book No 2 p 146 This statements not only misleading put it is un trueShall all the honor due from the floatingof the countys bonds be giv en Judge Miller Is be the entire fiscal Court and County Attorney Honor to wbom honor is due The I 4 J bortl USup was a guI ibiuXi It bes our lieu nIlIremUti wit tho ll lating ofalwuds tboud ctietbo cunty s busiufM tu obe iuwroirescutetl Mild parudcd ore r the county us n volecatcher Tho nail nal ndniinidirdtioii baselJlrell the greatest em of piotperiiy ilia ever swept the couutr aiora taxes lireIIynnalhss improvenunl has been madq JUde such circumstances favorable results ought to bo shown During the present administration no interns improvements of any consequence have been made in the county no bridges tare the cheapest grade have been burl no levees have been con structed and the roads have been poorly cared ior the only thing in the way of internal improvement that will bn left to mark the present ad rninUtriiion Isa little brick edifice erected nn the southcast corner otI the Court House steps- WhenaSheriflie pouring enormous sums into tbecounly ttreaiuryand rat improvements being made to consume any part of it debts ought to be liquidated by the wholesale The matter ot ibating the bonds is in DO- e uloIue to Judge Milltr save his vote to untie a tied court He at tempted to sell the bonds to a Chicago Trust Co and failed Having utterly failed and given up hope the Judge gave the matter over to Mr Heavrio the County Attorney wbo immediately took up tbe matter of correspondence and succeeded in sell ing the bonds to Rudolph Clibolte Co Cincinnati This is not fiction but facts and Mr Heavriu is prepared to demonstrate these facts with a copy of the correspondence which secured the sale of the bonds Judge Miller you say ynu floated the bonds and have practically paid the county ut of debt yet the debt is 818000 What has Mr Hrtvrin and the Pineal Court been doing all this white I Evidently A man that likes this sort ol thing this is the sort of thing that he likes TUB attempted a sas inatlon ol President McKinley at BufFalo last Fridaywas evidently the culmination ol a well organized conspiracy of the anarchists protected by the American government The country was at peace everywhere and the President was the idol of tire whole people It came at a time least expected awl the act establishes the fact tbat this country does not need a school of an archy tbat every professor of that faith ought to be burned at the stake I without immunity or trial Congress should take the matter up and legis late every anarchist out of tb United States and drive them from the home of the libertyloving American citizens into the sea il not elsewhere Assassination has no home ic a civil ized land dud ought not be tolerated many clime It is certainly a pleas ure to announce that the President willrecover from his illneiv 111am for everything the Populist have advccattd I dont propose tc take one backward step for any nom ination or olliceJ P Millers vow to bis Populistic faith Quiet a mo ment lor the second to the tune CbicagoIDemocrat A man that likes this sort ul a thing this is the sort of thing that be like MR IUNOQ says the people oi tbe county are asvhcd as to tbe matters concerning the campaign Indeed they are Ohio county aided materi ally in electing a Governor and these Democratic candidates did everything io their power to overthrow that elec lion and certainly remember these fellortv Ringo struck the keynote lltbe people area lvied RcruiiucAX brother have you Hiked yourself what it meant to vote fur J P Miller Smith cT You should do s It is not only political deception but deception in the coun tys business it is endorsing the con test and things subsequent to itrtoo numerous to mentionII AFTER all the pull and blow blow ing of the large and small bazoo the Democratic candidates like sp JUan whipped pups dropped theiiytaUs dbuV skulked off to a retreat of no poll tics itf ft Verila maa that likes this sort i thing this ii the sort of thing that he liker i Trim Democratic candldptes like 13 many sheepkilling CllffwlU now proceed to sneak around alter night hunting for the lambs It Is certainly humiliating for theone proudDemoc racy to cotitcraplaVe such R sains of affairs but it io an nctunl calamity confronting theme liYutl may hear between now and the election that I bave stolen Rail Road Robed a Bank or raped the Queen of England or most anything else but one thing is certain Ill bet you dont hear that Ive accepted a joint debate with my opponent IF the newspaper man report your record get yourself about half tanked up tend him word that you illI give him Illldmnell good beatin ifI he dont stop and hell just stop right that Wont he Mr Smith Y= 7 tlk lf Ur Ltflnebitiii CIhil Urfiit Jut vii btii rvHirtiitg ai it i lijilitcai iiiniin ea fttl I fiH- idittt llifiiiin V nu stump r 0 Ihmi sir Wiiler ivlat tliy lliiI3 Eoiiu Nn 111 CH in it Ixivr hAlii FMITHV Damned Oqixl Lick luIIIgriixU t l though eilitly the o- neis45tM iniilv terrible h Is ijulii 1Rih i llut it in nwuiiin ctxi ntlrr 5 Ti K 11 mucratic hitilhrvu MV the 1111vI itit uuulyitrti ml vised itS to the matters touching this canipatgi this being true why do these fellow persist iu trampIng round over the count THAT combine formed last March has not been explained Would the ihulge mind Informing Mr Ifcwai who circulated the report that be wee H blind tiger candidate Wa invite the County Judge to counlyJover on cart and tee what a miitnke be made at copying IF Judge Mulcts financialrecord is what be claim why did he relui to meet bis opponent ou the stump Another espfantfum1 AFTER having declined to meet the Republicans Mr lingo left the co n- Iyhe couldnt wait til It took el fact A good deal nl explaining will be required to remove the mystery of the Democratic Decline i e on the stump FERiura that damned good lick iti had cituetbing to do with the Democrats refusing to debate Wno ever dreamed that Democrat would refute tu meet tLe Republican candidates in Julia tleliateT TUG Howard care has been von tin ud State ol Ohio City ot Toledo Luqaa Count j I u Frank i Chney ravke oath that he la senIor partner of the firm of F J Cheney StCu doing business in tbt City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pa- ytiieini bt One Hundred Dollaraoi each and every cAseof Catarrhthai cclot becur d by tbe nss if II lsCatarrh Cure Frinlc J Cheney Sworn to before me tad tub cribed fa my pretence this 6 h day of Ot cember A D 1896 Giensonj Halls CaUrth Cute is taken inter gaIly and acts directly on the blool and mucous mrfaces if the tyrttru Send testimonials free F J Chtney Co Toltdo 0 Sold by d uugists 75 Halls Family Pills are the bet Oa acB- wiji 0I1z4j its KiM fu liars Almrj Bral Slptue Jpor IStrayed From Dundee Ky Ode blACk Western horse with small brard on It it tloildef ftar In tore head and one white hind toot Any information will be gladly received stid rewarded by William Martin Dander Ky SMALLIIOUSE KYI Mr T R Barnard went fo Lonir ville last Sum ay and returned Wed nesday He was accompanied b3 his wife and little daughter Miry and Mrs Sam Morton they were the guests of Mrs Ida Ptixton while there Miss Cora Ktnibley and little sister Lori are quite ill of typhoid fever Mr andMrs Stiphtna and daugh ter LillIe visited Mrs Stevens grandmother Mrs Ann Ross and other relatives in this community last Saturday and Sunday There was a picnic and a base ball game near Equality church yesterday arid an Ice cream supper at Alonzo Prances last night Miss Nellie Robertson will leave tomorrow for Owensboro to remain sometime Stfe will be the guest of her aunt Mrs James Barnett Mr T1IIglebsrt Is quIteLJl at Mr Ves Jones Mrs Ciarrissa Ferguson Behnjtt of Central City II quite ill at the home of her slitter Mrs John K Ferguson Mr Richard Bniklil has aoldbl farm tcMf Vie fackaon and roved to Beyler Be9hrllaMr and Mrs Jessie Hill Mfwea Oraa MiddoX Jtella Hunter Oracle ijttf Altha Addlogton Eulah With roW Alice tfulkeMod and MelsrOi tewls tulketson Craklne Itlllcersoti kay Addington fioss fitolton Ul ll Addlngton and Owen Hunter spent tbe day at Alrdrie Hill last Sunday They report a pleasant time Messrs Felix ttnd Cecil Drake pi New Hope visited relatives here ast Saturday Mr I B Taylor is an tbq sick J1 1 Mrs Jennie RossIs having anew dw lt g Jouse built at Bmatlboune a I j A disease t liver declares Itself by morseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation Herblne will rcntoie the liver to a health condition Price 502 J H Williams m U DECLINED Democrats Say They Cant Face the People In Joint Debate First Time In the History of Ohio County Democracy its Defenders Have Sullcd i NO MORE THAN EXPECTED In o tier II1 the p one if th1 01 ty might be fullv mlvlsed 11M to ihe records of the flciliIICr4tIC eanllit leK now before the people the RepublLwn committee through Its chat mar aabmllfed a challmtr t thr Demt castle candidates tu mert li jiint sic I 1111timeImport cl his letter crdA and finnn del standing ot hecunty ls Indebtedness anl his nilrxcnlr u stilt 1 t front debt Pot Mr Smith it would j have bten an excellent nPlorlunitIt have defended his anti his conduct In the IIIltUI r ol thI Two Weeks Pay Bill II For eec h of the Democratic candidates it would hire been n rare ppportnrltv for the explalntn ol their endorsing tbi State contest which the people so much desire The cit t ns i f lh county demand a j Int debite the Jeiet ve It Icm the fet that th re are home sew adventu a In the c unij I DillticaThf lillolrg cnttei p ndenCr U sell xplanatnrt Hirtford Ky Sept 2 19 1 Hon Ben D Rlngo Chilrraan Democratic Co jnty Commltee H riford Ky D ar SIr 1 us Chittrnmr nl tbeRcpublicm Cnunty Excuttvi Committee tI Ohio county desire ti have a Cotilermce with jou tot 4 oct ik p m this evening for thi purpose o arranging a j tint dtbati between tbe Rrpubltc n candid to for the vaiitus i OKtn ard the DansiIt craticia idiclAtea hIt acid m vottd or kt tbe coining Njvtnhtr election andon bhalf nl the Repub lean pkrty I dtMre to state that w desire a- i j tnt debate between the v I ilous candidate for atid ofBcrs an take this method o inliniiiog you ot tbnttJCt Aw itinii nn tarly reply I remain Voura r spy SNicuors BAHRASS Chairman Rt publican County Et ccutive Committee Uaitlord Ky Sept 2 191 Hon Nicholas Barrass Dear Sir Replying to your esteemed favor ol this date asking a conference to ar range lor certain jiint distusions B- Itsuggested by you I beg to state ih at this time I have nut had oppottu nity since the receipt 01 your Irller thirty minutes MHO toto fsr with thoM whom I have the honor to represent in this mailer and fr this reason n conference between you and me at this time coald result in nothing I will at an early tiny secure tbe advice ol those rtpresented by me and will then tfcke pleasure in cummuni eating lurther with you concerning thy matters contained in your favor of tol y Your obedient servant BEN D RINGO Chairman Democratic Count Ex ecntive Committee Hartford Ky Sept 2 igji Hon Ben D Rlngo Dear Sir IU reply to your note of a lew minutes ago will sty that it appears to be rather indtfuite as to when I shall have the honor of meeting you for the purjoie KUJ Rested In my former note The gentlttuaiv whom I have the boto to Vtprektnt are very ana otis for jilnt discussion of the que lions Involved in the prenrnl citia hud I wud suggest t 1 t we liavenn early meeting 01 the committ ca for he purpose of arranging this Jrbitr und suggest tbat we mett In outer ence in Hattlo d on Thursday at to oclock a m September 5 1901 for title purpose 1 do not feel at liberty to defer the xranement of this die cussion later than that time as it baa been usual and customary to have these dlicussions o begin about tbe middle of September hence 10 defer the matter later than the time aug ice td in this note would give to time for the publication of the speak ing that might be arranged by us Hoping that this date may suit your convenience and awaiting an early re ply to this note I remain Yours very rtspy A NICHOLAS BABBASS CI Couot Ixe- cutive ColUmfttceI Hon Nic alsfl Bflrrnsa Dear Sir In tbe matter referred to ia your ste nnd sThte of this date I beg to state thata triettlng haaalftftdy been Called of the DrtnoCratlr Cotbrnittec of tbl uu t tobe beld at ab tatly Jatejat whleh time tie nifitter to which yod refer will be taken up By Aforiday the 91 Inst I will have conferred with my Committee and will then be able to answer you more t fully and on that date will be pleased to do so Hoping this may meet yctlr convenience and Approval I beg to remain Your servant BEM D RIKOO Chmn- Hjirtod Ky Sept 7 1901 lion Nicholas Bmass Dear Sir The proposition contained in ourIfavor to me uuder date ot tbe Inst baa been taken up and fully aTIOF H nEn9Ti3RyI ScrufuU ii but u mmliCcil loins of Wood Poison ami Ciiisuniption The tl3 nt who is tainted by caller will fee m the child the tame uireusc uinnifcJlinif itself in the form if wollcn glands of the neck mid liiruat catarrh weak eyes offensive pores anti abscesses and of tentimcd white swell ingsure signs of Scrofula There may develops ilowljr iii tile at the first favor S cures title wast l firtt and itfmulaUng hole system I ft1ITalIIICISISIC iii and cue noezternalIgnaforssswuwt the iandi up saolian 501 Iwtdhut ant tlfrvhr bti5t We Idlool blUu Ctlnol bit Pu 1 new anti to nourish and the body ii a cure for Scrofula It overcomes all forms of blood potion whether itiheriteil or acquired Inl no remedy so thoroughly effectively cleanses the blood Ifou liars any blood trouble or your child bit inherited tome blood taint take S S S and get the Mood In good condition stud prevent damageScott our about vour case We nicks no chargs whatever for medical advice THE twin memo CO ATLANTA GA conideirti by thn r whom I have tilt honor Iu itprrhr t Iis their i pii ton that the vittmf thin coil totf lulty atvisil tiiiihttK ilt lit ucti It volvtd In thin c nnty c mpiljtn and your 1IIoIlhun ii lesprtlully de dined Yoiiin rely unly lureD RINGO Chairman Democratic Ci unty Cm mlt e WhItes Cte in yimlluge Is per fectly berates and will remove every vrotru It is also a tonic and by itn strengthening properties will ttktorc to pale cheekalbe rosy hUe 61 health Price 25 cts J II W mml ru LOSTIn the neighborhood of Fordsville n detdlor a tract of land lying in the vicinity of M4j an Ohio county Said deed w s mn4e byJ B and Mary Cahuon to John 1 Camion Finder please return named to me at Hartford Ky 7tf M S RAOfcAND CO Co Cc Iast week I we nt obnit I Full ol t oible antttjfubt Now Im smilIngand dance with1 delight j I bad some Rocky Mountain rta- Int nightSAsk jour driigcujt m Mule Colt ShowiI will tlvr a 1 hrM mule cut nitdty eiifier 01 n- lJtllll1 I Ctnttrtown Ky Sept 14 1901 There will bi jiuwlit ftur iu i II 5 fl Ii oi itlI i 63 iF MrliI I 1Ufh h OotlmJ svMjulV- flu5i Ij h Orla w4 Li ssgft 11wIpgh v IIII L- lkiib OJt JIIIIttllIrllltI st4 141lIr tJlpgsit r 1 5 UErWERJYIMr V M trIytwuieant foi re turned Snd fIU IinUviMc Ur II B I ii has JUxfretMrned Ttom H trip to Louisville Lexington sod FiBnk 0 1 A crwd f young lulks from thia place spent lest Sunday at AhdrieI Mr Ei Barritsx Tit lor Mines waa d HackingThere s lag so bad for a cough as cough ing It tears the- tcl1dermembranc of the throat and lungs and the wounds thusmade attract the germs of con sumption Stop your cough by using the family remedy that has been curingacoVdis and coldsIof every kind t over You flcantout vtrstherrweetoral 1cou1 fr 41 J 1 ThtecJzaafrl 6R1 doll t slie is lbeliCapa i est to ktp Orandi CIyou liantrot IS roatl t It i ery ld 11 rlelleO AyersCben rbottle and a half to cure me oFlIUJllof JILLEJr o WrltethD4sr If yoabivI iay I eomplnlnt whiti deIr tbI 0 45trIo v w flr r r J s sassas a If u fAAAAA 4 4 Cl J J Ij l Announcement t- oJTHEPULIC i I I 41 4 tI i ilnvit g purchased ol Mr It T it f 1rness tit tho Samo stnIlc1Jho vfclK 4 known reputation ol ilic hoiisu JorV t 4 t11St 8111lItSt T iJ OtOdLttllo lowest prhes willhtfmnillfuiuN1 t The stock vill he added to und no i expense nor trouble will be spared to 14= make this store Tluj favorite trading = pace for the people fur this whole J section of the country t My long experience in Hie iryi = grods business andobservatiyi of the 1 desires ol the public niake me cnnii I 3 dent that 1 CUll seivemy lIstClnwlsI1 in n most salisfactory WIlY All I ask iIt visit to convince you that 1 willi 1 1 make it profitable fiprr you to trade Jl with me S J II In the iheqntiinoi3utft ns n starter for what you mnylxect in low prices 1 ask those iiuneed of Dry Goods if any kind to will and see how I amclosing out nil Summer Giiodft The ne v Full Stuck lil be1 on hand in about two weeks und I i I I tiipivi1I Ibiel it imHTiin in nil 4 i lines tA flilytililigtU have seen it 4 nHorn In this section fiitcjy Hoping to merit and to receive my t= share of public patronage I am i4 Yours for Economy d t t uhclifrtoooO CO tccIf W yII 11 y5 SI VT q n town teSt Sunay Mr JM1n W Koe Centrrtown watt in town ihi wtk- frbuin Crutch r ni Crolril City aalwn ftpt4t Mrt Willie Ktlly 1w1 n 1 lrfird titdy 1 B I 5 IitJn J I b r f Jh Y h PIV- CaoJett5 Ore llrtkliI IJ krvIluir thEIr chijilien VfyJI Riv thynu n rca tali1 rolr h Joirr- ft iiltltrnt child A U jour drug Itlt m Program Of Cronwell hiitrfct Teacher Asa ciatlonJto be held at Rbslne Ky Sept2S1911 ootcvolonal exercises Rev W GSI welt 9zTVelcome Address if Wood 1 I nrcT 935 Response JApufTgr- SoOiUTIne of first days work In cIioolU C Growler MW Vicel SoIAstie Wllnoa 1015 Recess J3S Set o il G vernuuuent1Ienry LeachetoSS Rtcittlon Sophia AVilUe- eiiioo ivtt nrd Humor In Schoolt Ozia Shultz t e1i3SweneglectePthiWgs jIthat be ii without Natunl QTallGca tons fir the work q tit the imf s nion Warren tjloi t2 Otbite Resolved that the avtl it teacher ot V lay IM mo e succeH tul than the teacher bl forty tAIIII1 NtltlIJIveI 50 Vcal Solo Gordon Junta 1 155 Applications or Percentage JO W Uklna 315 ReceasS230 Problems in tbecoqntryccboal H tPtneraIDIEcluil90 Tbcsdopted t O iU they be readopedi gfDtralii tt to IntrfdHe a byS3l5 AdJoaDisieiH 1 All tMcHni Ol the dWrkfiift if to ise vreant tjsttend n- deJevItlt otto ef t1r rtapy I j I 1 S bwhII1teJCl I Vbllbt3letHe opititb hut 0v not brltle the lftcrtn rip Its Ilti- ej must hthorjeyl with It Ip ibliRltt noW md lre- ith Jt do3etif UII tl1 htt liver- egulator II Price ScIlIb J U Williams m 1 1 The temper inca pone of C rv oii tdd were successful ill theTrrem f ranees against the grantint4Is1 oon llftnuejn that town II st Wrrtt +To CuiCuI4tIuIsuu tocrfT lia CatcantH CdvCtuarulc 10u otSB 0 C C rail v flat druniiKM rotund mooor S U44 TfREPUBLICAN TICK 5 Pnr ltiiuaivSIIEUETH li Iur l uul Jxlcr IOJI KlMJlll Fur 4 limy I nnrl Clrrh MK KAUltNII t Fir tin AI Si isr7 ic JI I lliiVltl I r r Miff 11 4IAe I UMiHX InrF6ihno I4srrIiiu4pl JUIjf II K H I tJiK IerJNSIu 1IIOJIAMI ItlAOt f- In 4 r I ilANU IWHS I 3i JOHN ii uli- 7pfyIIN Ii1 a t f i JIrnTTf I nFOIllK nAKKHllHfuril fli5trkd V OKI W ilAHTINOromwtrll Dllrlct Jlllltf rillAIUMHtiliirlirUin liliL H C iliItItIiYriiile Iilnlrlct f ImC till IOolorclllllkt 4 IItrct- PJitCttXitotkirtDIttkt t 5EEeirs114 of I JKtIOMK AILKNlIrtlorJPltrkt J itIrinteorneitJnetrtet rw WIU IlJJlDIIbilrNIDIfe zntts VI lltUtCHKIlVorJTlll MX AllKSllnlofd UUtrtrt WU IiANi5IlOl4nhtown DUtrlft JiaitvfcuilssuNoit puitret 1 A = = f 4ACilsrlill Wrfhi ANDr y Cemnan 1egrih 9 jn- tlHCOllrOJATgilJ Oirniu I aetlIvp still toil lnt ltutIIaIlRMIbISJlffiIRfl4thunriCtttd ttilrtthaIe tva all charige lii UeMVef OrfBii t Iirnder Mcllenf Ceiiltltuwn stud 1 lnlr They wish to jwifelbilt service aa sapoesIbleervlie to tyitlta Vinj In the cnon withinn teasbtbi distance of the chltnJte ts end other 1lrittlltt p 1IiV be btaned t1izchnge pvrt Will 1110111 DrulrSthr flirtnld J W PrtTOf Manager i tancato Vor lontrt TIII KMttmt foresr2o92I r t iSL IT COSTS YOU NOTHING BUT A LllTLB SPARE TIME TO FIND OUT 4TO YOUlt OWN SATISFACTION THAT I St t P 7 = GIVE THE VERY BFST VALUES rc Jt Wanro showing our entire lino of WOOLEN DRESS L + r tJ GOO S Consisting of tho latest weaves in solid and fancy shticks Midi its VenitianH Pebble Cloth Wool and Silk eryf t thing Into and nt priced that defy competition JFOP TRIMMINGS Wo uro showing a full lino of Silks if 1 Iron told Fancy Vdvuta Gilt and Silver Braids Soutache 1 X weddingaoutfits Millinery Department t TJiw Keuson as usual will bo ono of our big attractions 1Our line of Readytowcarllats will bo ready for inspection in a fete day mid the entire line will be opened one week Wuro the Hartford Fair r fall and Winter Shoes Specially SCHOOL SHOES We carry no shoddy Shoes lint good reliable gnodni Tho celebrated Priesmcyer Shoes fur ladies the famotw Hurl jJtoll Brown Shoed for men and tho Portsmouth Shots for children nIlaro old and reliable bninuH nod goods that we guarantee to give satisfaction t 4 The Best Bargain Center isI 1 h J e rP1II r- r rf YOUR FALL SUIT il it illa you U3ete i 1t1 11t1 t o Jr et Purim 9 1were about to leave your order vith a Tailor Congo hero nrJt let us show ouItho NEW STYLES NEW ATI4 TERNS tho NEW WEAVES in unto PERl CTLY TAILORED sli1 IIt 0 1 a w 6 yerything News jrt lore and as much custommade as though xSour measure for itsumo 1 KUJiijBamo fitsnmo hang to our Suits v4itj800 900 1200 that a Tailor gives ytm f0 oflir cheaper Suits too i 1 Forthe Women Folks0 iNil i M Vo ore wolf fixed We hula just opened U rho br alt lino of wonders rotor ioiin iino got the foods for- nvinysdayslclrte too for 25o to 150 per anll JIeal ov fabriesforwaists from 14I tolP0 poryardr1Vaah Goods SI ks4Etc Plenty 5of Neckpe i rJfu11t t oliLlitiht anti wo never WM hill OH Itotitauitietoughtt to I fafi8l Wa Infixed to Ulplyyou Vith ahytljlHg yoti need so tluUt fall to of t a muko Ui 1il1 lsitiHolie td liftVo a mill 4 rrrorrf CwliUtilaVdryoiip WottrO hero for i v business tU riJ 11 w t A gSON cSr OO i L r Haitford Seti 1ti J j 1a i tIJ AJ htk U 0 r + + anj IH Harttord1 Republican iPkarM SEP11ittRllR 23 Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Tablo Ntw IhCRd taking rltml Hunday pas 1 1WO at DO- DDIorh Hotiml Hontlt lloiintl- NoUJdo 4 Ield NoIrldodllITaaNo lafdurerpIn Noldsr4Tpl- Noifdultaupm NuIrldueWp- Lural n YMIaIIIa No lMdoIWan m per J iat 1t atgatat Jtall Music TeacherPi- ano and Harmony Tuition per Term of ten weeks ago all Mill Olive Carson li on the alck list Mr Marlin the Jeweler will repair your pistols Nicest assortment x oi fruits in the city at Stager Office d Cheese and Siausngc constantly on hand at Singer Office Try thou iwettand sour pickles at the Singer Office Pint I II you want dainty cakes and crack ers go the Singer Office C R Martin Jeweler nod watch maker at WillUois drug store Just received Bur silks and flannel for shirt waibbat Carson Coi Coal comtntly on hand at the Dr Miller Bank YoBKilAKRU Dit you known that Grow Willlama wlllsell you a sewing machine lo JS Mr and Mis R T Wedding A ah burg made us a pleouiit rail jester day II you want a goal shotgun Its reasonable price go to Orlffina drug alute Of Course yon know where to go for hot peanuts sod buttered opcotu Singer Office For your pockttb kesake buy your new silk or flannel waUta from Carson Co Pur soda water lemonade phcr ptiates Ice cream sberbert c go to the Stager Office Clothes do not make the man but pae ofourto ulU helps mightily CARSON Co It you want to buy a sewing ma chine why dont you write Gross Williams to bring you ont 1 You must have queer legs if you tall to find what you want here in fall trowsers CARSON Co FOR SALSA fine young Spanish Jack Apply to M W Barnard 63t p Hartford Ky Say gord bye to your spring arch Ian is here to stay yro will hay A splendid suit here CARSON Co Shotguns from the cheapest to the beat at Griffins drug store Every one gnatanteed Call and see them Rev H Bocce Taylor Murray Ky and mother Mrs Francis Taylor Russellville are visiting Mr S T Steven1 lamlly Mr Sam Sullivan Cox cashier of the Ohio County Bank left Monday for Bowling Grten to attend the fair and visit relatives At the rtcent cxutumitlon Mr Ernest Woodward made a State teachers certificate Its averse was 93 513 la a very fluttering showing See the stock uf new Guns at Grll finadrug store Good Guns at low prices A variety ol different makes everyone guaranteed STRAYED One black borne mule 2 years old medium size Inlotmant will address me at Hartford 31 L B DAVIS You can buy the belt machine the Singeron earth of Gross Wiliams Try paying five dollars down and three dolara per monthten cents per day Mr U S Carson attended the Pan American Exposition last week He made the trip alone but says he bad n excellent Visit to Niagara Buffalo tad Otnafla Oil for the Children Give thm oilfcodliver oil Its can s t0seethe result I Give it to the peevish fretful child and he laughs Giv It to the ale anemic and Wa face become rosy an- full of hMith Take allot chMted Childera child that has etoPPedgrowhtg1 give him tha oil and ha will grow bI and strong1 like tjie rest This id hbt il hew scheme It has been done for years Of course you must Use th right oil cptts is the one- Scotts Emulsion neither looks nor tastes like oil because we are so careful in making i pleasant to take Send for free sample SCOTT ft IOW Purl 8t N Y dElJ9C Uanui ta A O fII v i PYiT n tL THE NATIOH REJOICES Tho President continues to gout stronglh rind the wound is healing rapidly The nourishments taken into the stun uchnro being increased Tho danger point has teen passed nnd tho President will bo at his post or duty in u brief period The hunting season Is now at band end if you want a good reliable gun of any kind call at Griffins drug store A large variety at prices that will make them sell Lieut Karl Bennett who was rel ported on his way home from Manila has gone to Port Baird New Mexico to regain health lie will not be at home for two months Capt John G Keown has puichas td the stock of goods from Ralph Hines and is now offering them at cost He Is selling ridiculously cheap Call and see his bargains Afr a pleasant visit to relatives and lends Mrs Jennie Motelcy left for Bowling Green the first of the week to visit her daughter Mrs Henry Aull end to attend the Metb odlst Congress Miss Fannie Render will leave to morrow for a lour years t ourse in the State College at Lexington Miss Kender Is one of Hartfords brightest Intellects and this course will eml neatly prepare her for every duty of life Mr L R Bales Westerfield died lest Friday of appendicitis His re manna were burled at the family burying grounds Saturday by the Jmtm Morton Post He leaves a wife and one child to mourn hit eter coal absence He was a good citizen and leaves a host of friends Mr and Mrs H J C Lindley Pt Pleasant celebrated the 55th anniver sary of their marriage tilt Saturday 1 hey prepared a splendid dlnnersfttr the model of an ideal Kentucky country home and invited their children and kinsfolks to par t ke of the splendid repunt Mr L H Condit our depu ty clerk was one of the guests Mr George W Rowe near Center town made us the recipient of a pair of twin watermellons Wednesday 1 hey are the first we have ever seen L th grew on the same stem and iade the very finest of mellons Un cie George knows how to please an editor Our thanks are his in return I r his kind Savor Mrs Settle Batzcll of Beaver Dam riled yesterday ol old age and a com I llcatlon of tiojbles She had been I 1 ill health for quite a while and the told came lifter much suffering In I rmentttok place yesterday aftrrnoon I I t Liberty cemetery She was the i other of a large and respected lam i y and was a highly prized and re i xcttd friend and neighbor She i as about 74 years old Onr sincere mpftthy la extended to the bereave I futility I Lawton Klein Dead t Mr j L Klein died yesterday i lornlng of typhoid fever Interment I ok place in Oakwood cemetery yes trrdayufternoou at 4 oclock He had teen sick only a obort while but from the beginning the fever wasI most obstinate and little hope was en trrtalned for his recovery He was the only single son of his widowed mother and her only support His death was certainly an ill timed mida misfortune for his nearest endI dearest friend his mother was reared in Hartford and kind and generous hearted fellow loved and esteemed by all who knew him He was formerly foreman ol Ton REPUBLICAN office but at the time of his death be held that post tiot in the Herald office Mrs Klein i has the sympathy of every citizen In this sod misfortune SCORCHING Scribe Called Down By CitI zen Rebuke for Him who has Neither Sense of Honor nor Re spect for the Af flicted EDITOR REPUBLICAN Since Mr Pon Rogers announced his candidacy for the Republican nom- Ination for County Judge the Hartford Herat hItS hounded him with a peralc tence equaled only by its acerbity toward him but that It should follow him to the cradle of a sick child and the bedside rf a dying mother to taunt him with mocking words ol pity would bs beyond belief were it not in cold type read it To Itt sick neighbors down the Alley The Herald offers its sincere pity but is constrained to oat that according to the most reliable advice there are several more doses ol medl cine sine the afflicted ones which If andedad boar op baYar for while It willdillIXger boys wss well J heiC land eVerybOdy regardless ol polities totIIof the feellnglesa and unpardonable expression of mock condolence by the Hartford Herald When the Herald broke forthwith this sickly sarcasm dangerouse thena days later Perhaps I should have recorDed to notice this brutal insult in but the people are so loud in their denunciation of it I thought It- t proper to inform Republican readers who j no read the Heraldol that papers tontemptable methods to defeat Mr Rogers for County Judge Horse Branch Ky SeptCrTlzENI Z I e 4 t= MORE EXPLAINING For the Democratic Bosses Head andShouldersof Democratic Ticket Smith a Political Engrate Miller a Political Eccentric EDITOR REPUBLICAN A few reasons why I cant vote for MrSmlthor MIllerOne reason why 1I cant vote for Mr Smith Is that I am a laboring man and I cannot vote for a man that would vote against my interest nil Mr Smith did when he voted against the Two Weeks Pay Bill I never voted a single vote against Smith in my life but will this time Any man who would treat my neighbor as Mr Smith did Mr Rowan in the convention I cannot support again Jut tot hlnk that Mr Rowan was nothing else but a title Democrat and an honest up right man in every respect and then to take the advantage of him as Mr Smith rind I cannot think of voting or him I know just what I am talking bout I was there and saw how things were going and told my friends no soon that morning As for J P Miller I need not say much about him for there is not much if him alter all He is n great deal like the man that is Jack at all things and good at none II Mr Smith and Mr Miller will run in the rest of the county as well as they will run in Itflln they will run farther up Salt river tban any man from this county ver went and the rest of the tlcVtt will follow U they dont speak with the Republicans and explain a few facts Mr Smith you ought to tell helttflm Democrat why you told Mr Rowan and Mr Charlotte that you were for Rowan and at the sine time dtsg all you could against him and yew BMU explain to the laboring man why you voted against the Two Weeks PlY Dill Mr Miller will you please tell why joa flapped over to the Democratic party just twentyfour hours before the convention Taking your record for the pact who can tell what you will do in the future HEFIIN DEMOCRAT v As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative power Ballards Sro Liniment II- not equaled by any other in the world Price 25 and 3o cts J H Williams T aMarriages- Mr Ed Hart to Miss North Duke Mr Sam A Bilbro to Miss Mattie Harris Mr B C Petty to Miss Mabel H Haynes T Dr M T McDowell assisted by Dm Maxwell and Pord performed an op eratlon recently on Mr Marlon Martin Dundee for appendicitis The operation was very successful and Mr Martin is rapidly gaining health Dr McDowell graduated horn the Louisville Medical College last year He Is giving complete satisfaction in his practice and a bright future awaits him C R Martin the old reliable Jeweler and watch and clock repairer Is now at the drug store of J H Williams Hartford where he is prepared- to do any and al kinds oi work in his line CENTERTOWN KY Mr T S Woodward and bioher WIllie hit us lat Sunday for their school In Danville Ky Mr Isaac Poster Jr has sold his home to P M Allen Mr D L Maddox has sold his house and lot to Mr Oscar Babop Mr TH Denton has sold his house to Mr O L Maddox Miss Kate Petrie of Powers Ky is visiting Miss Augusta Benton at this place Mr W D Luce or Hartford is Nobility Recommends Nexvnete The above rtralc li that of Counted Mogehtud of Chlc o llli whose lot thie- Jnefit received hunt the Ute 61- Dd Miles NettinG prtmpfed- hef to make this ttatemdritt It affords me gretit pleamre to C U- In IUCIJ to th very merits Nemnt I sOotheS am put tired broil oj uulllthirrh IIIedOt end Insures restful a eep- I never I battb of It la the houseGratefully yours CiitUTiApA MAMA Counteii MogcUtnd MINervineia nerve tonic and strength builder that starts right in restoring health immediately Sold by an Druggist Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhirt Ind nv i C Jr Ssfierxt Debility 1n 1dcut tbcra Is that teeing of nlC w melon a hutdcn lfll6tlt f1d deekIOt strengthen I cef dots M rulreeli 1 la hard to do hart to bear what ftud be easy vitality It on the ebb and vho whoe jrftern FUftcrs Ior flits condition take iioods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood gives vigor and tone to all tho orpins and functions and is- io4tivefy unequalled for all rundown or ilihllltntrtt toiulllluiiB loDa IlLU cure cunulnitlim cuu helping Mr Isaac Poster to build a dwelling house for Mr James Nell Miss Ada Ashby was the guest of Dr B P Tlchenor and lamlly last Sunday It Born to the wile of Luther Rente on the I t must a fine girl Mr Alvin Rowe and wife are home again niter spending several weeks In the Eastern market after new goods MARKS The most delicate constitution can safely use Ballards Horehound Syrup It Is a sure and pleasant remedy for coughs loss of voice and all tin oat and lung troubles Price 25 and 500 J H Williams m Remarkable and Affecting In all my observation and exper lence in a ministry of nearly fifty years and in attending about 2000 funerals have I ever witnessed anything BO remarkable interesting and affecting as was the action of six sons and brothers acting as pall bear ers it the burial of their mother sister Wm L Rogers who was interred only a week ago at the old Rogers cemetery It was truly a scene long to be remembered J S COLEMAN =Avoiding that which might have been considered egotism in giving- an account cf ths death of the editors mother he made the article brief and to the point but since par beloved and v n table divine has contributed the above it might not be amiss to 9sthSyrup TutMUood DM tn this Sold br drarrtuM SUMPTION r iIt1 AllY that thesis sons refefrfed to ton Celvcd the idea to care for their mothI er niter death as they find during one and her fatal sickness They placed luInest and able review ol the life character I and works of the beloved dead extending through many years ol pleasant association fragant with fond memo Its by Dr Coleman the I brothers bore their mother to the grave The fuccral services and the interment were one of the saddest and most affecting scenes ever witnessed Public Speaking The Republican candidates for the vrlous county offices to be filled at the November got election will address the voters of Ohio county at the following times and places Balzetown Tuesday Sept tyat I oclock p m Rosine Wednesday Sept 18 at I oclock p m Horse Branch Thursday Sept 19 at J oclock p m Oaton Friday Sept ay at i oclock p m- Sulphur Springs Saturday Sept at at I oc1okpS- cbroader m Scboolhouse Saturday Sept at at night Voters of all political parties are re quested to come out to hear the ques clone Involving the interests of Ohio I county discussedJ THOMAS Chmn- SI A ANDERSON Seoy I ROUGH RiViH- fELEPHONE I COMPANYlacePORATeaa 4Q l II somo a fit P Talk being cheap and you patronize home folks where you can buy own i phones and butldyonrown and be in talking distance with the whole and generally by only a rent to the Hartford Ky for particulars We with Independent I DONT FOOLEDI Tate the t nula orlflul ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEAM de only by 5151ai Meal clnt Co M dlon WIt H keeps you well Our traM I la- In bulk Accept na MktM- MaaapmtTiaiMi tuts Ak your Dont Tobttco IIpUud took lirr To quit tobacco easily and foref er be matlnetlc full of lire nerve and vigor NoTo Dae the wneder worker that makes weak mnstrong All drussltts GOo or II teed Booklet and sample hen jUdrfM Sterling Remed Coi Chicago or York ityi at lut murdTuttmonlabandTINDAT trtttmwt ties BZ I L eCXUS SOU Dos L AtlAkta O New Livery and Stabler Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times The most polite attention given customers nnd tho kindest care taken of all intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and Will also handle the FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZER J TERMS STRICTLY CASH = S f I A TAYLOR9 Proper9 TO KKOWJJ TAYLOR t sentuo yf I l 4 Fall and Winter Clothing now Uptodate Suits nt5OOA good at750strong lino at1000Somot- hinbr Nobbyat 1200 Suits youdontfind anywhoroelso at 15 18and 20 Give us an opportunity to show you these Suits We that we aro showing tho largest line of k READYMADE CLOTHING and arc prepared to sell them much than over before iet CTt tm Wo represent of the most reliable and best Tailoring Houses in this country and guarantee find satisfaction Suits from 1350 to 4000 Pants from i 375 to 1200 A Visit Will be Appreciated E0 BARNES BRO eaver Ofm iiy nocossarr should linesIcounty business points reasonable hough willboatthewholexpoenseif connect Companiu BE OpackerPrice draggles Tour take I Cursguarath New DROPSYallB3called lwetkirdoransymptom Feed stock WAGONS C IStIIIESSon EVERYBODYS STORE jWELGOMEIisrEp Readyfr line and 850 Extra know much closer ek ekk ekle kkeelePk9ekk3 11 iTheProprietors I OF x OHIOCOUNTYFAR X Have made more extensive preparations this year than ever before The attrac j dope are simply grand M J I you Utt0 Q otd t J iss I 3 XREMEMBER THE DATES x I E O to et 2 3 Zioi I 4- X HARTFORD KY aaa aaa cc a W Ii 0 a4 I JLCjJi= t wiiJcxffasi J o = 1 VMJ p Hartford Republican ifDSEt1Bz3tHIGH TARIFF WANTED Canadian Manufacturers and the Importation of Cheap t Woolens MontrealMr T Russell Toioit secretary cf the Canadian Manuli turers Association is in the city making p eparatlona for the annnu meeting Our members represent a total capital of 90oooCQi laid rjmwell IIad ererytblor hM scI3 ptr I4tiIei qcccHattiy it Asti lH ffJ9l pepplf ef CimiJ II Jill ibat out cf ills rasii kptz tai QucBtlona o bi biOught boID thtCQayfcDtibn will bf courtfci bb the injilry atJbb ttf tbb obleb mSbblai tnferiJ by tbti Idw tdrifT da Imported goods Mt H R Stevens of this city recently ttfd ot the existing status of this industry and gave the reasons for it Our manufacturers have to compete with cheap material from Other countries shipped first lo Eng Jang and thence to Canada Last year something like 4000000 worth of this inferior product was Imported into the country and sold to wholesale clothiers who are ol course the heaViest buyers ol woolen goods TheI result ii our manufacturers ae pelled to reduce their working lorce and unfortunately it is the skille workmen who go for it is they who we paid the highest wages and decline to accept a reduction A firm at Hespeler Ontario recently dis pensed with the services of two hun dred ol its 610 men and other places report enforced curtailment of expenses Hon William Patterson Minister of Customs stated recently that he was of the opinion that there was too many Canadla looms overproduction he said was the cause 01 the low ebb 7 of the woolen industry lIe suggest ed a remedy and offered hope to the IJ manufacturer but neither car tied with it any hope ot immediate relief Whci Ca Eda jg more thickly populated thu- ILtnistr says the difficulty will be removed Well we shall have a long waft to realize a return on the money invested Hour relief is to came in thbi Iway What we need is a higher Protective Tariff and unless we get it the woolen indui try of Canada will continue to decline Toronto Can ada Evening News p4CeesflorIIIInoWIflpC4- Uyeurucu In the Sooth provllnghis Tonic a great teuiwljr for Chill find nllMnlart Keren lIttr than tIonu1 ars Quinine Coo it tHin no Arnnenlc Innnmtwltry It At DrugS ilta We nnd floo btU I1tt A Invisiblek tu a ship commanded by Admiral Sampson Under oith this man testifies that in a great huuienne which threatened the lives of all the men Admiral Samp son was Invisibleno one saw him until the burrlcan was over r Ve all know that during the fight at SSantiago Admiral Sampson was again invisible No one saw him until the fight was over Then he bobbed up with a tel egram announcing that be presented a great victory to the nation Now we are Informed by an official statement of the navy department that Admiral Sampson will not ap pear in person before the Schley court of inquiry Again be will be invlc ible When Is Sampson visible Is he WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Undor The Sun iAll Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The power lot acids used in the inbalers have entirely eaten away the same mew branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments I cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has loT many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment 01 1Catarrh has atilnst perfected a treat when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanently cures Cataih by removing the cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It Is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts Thjs wonderful remedy is known as Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price ol One Dollar each package containing internal nnd external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its petfcct use scum s is the only perfect Cure ever made nnd is now recognized Oi the orly rale nnd positive cure for that anryirirntid dUgustlng disease It cures nil ii fl motion quickly and permanently 1111 in also wonderfully quick to relievo Hay Fever or Cold in the Hes1- Catcrrh when neglected often leads to C mnmi lIl1n SialHcH wil save you It you nse it at once It It no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which Is postlvuly guaranteed to cure Catarrh In any firm or stage if used according to the direc tions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send tor it at once and write lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer ol this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snuflhs the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept i Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia 0 4 Ie always drinking tea a huDdled miles awa 1 Why in heavens kind and enduring name was he ever made an admiral He la invisible while the hurricane rages lie is invisible while Ih fight is on lIe is to remain intuiblc during the court ol inquiry which his envy and the libels of bis tool Mncla forced upon A brave officer and a dls gusted public The lowest form of cowardice Is that which decries a brave man and claims a brave mans credit That Is also the commonest form of cowar dice because it is the latest or Sampson wt know that bU lath er till SU kpaest wotkiu who du pitches for i living We law Itisl bli ilitsr V7H i JeJr iulJlbo vcry IccIII7 Viqi cd a Hie ol toll by tu tf lDg- CUtlolfsl enoUgll AdthlralaW l sob folloWed Up his UsUal courtt lie wai absent Ahen his rbIr slstef was marriedWe that Sampson son of II ditch digger and brother ton pootdress maker believes that an American gunner is unfit for promoion that his lack ol polish makes it unwise to let him rise above the ranks So much we know of Admiral Sampson and we are free to remark that such a record would disgrace the tombstone ol a polecat It Is becaust ol this record not be cause of his own importance that Sampson s a national issue The absentee fighter the absentee brother the officer who insults every American sailor should not be sIlo el to steal the honors of an honest fighting man- Sampson count on President Mc Kinleys friendship to carry through his plot against Schley But Mcklinlev whose Influence will contlo th court of ivquiry cares more lor the opinions of a hundred thousand American citizens than he does for lbs offended vanity of Sampson If n huiUred thousand readers will write to Pavsident McKinley respect hilly urging upon him the lact that Schleys mirtmartial is one digrace to the ravy and that Sampsons pr sitlon in command is am tier dit grate they will render a genuine sere vice to every American sailor and every decent loyal American officer New York Journal v Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea Altar Thirty Years of Suffering- I sufieted lor thirty years with dlarrhrca and thought I was past bt lag cured says John S Hallo way of French Cniup Miss I had spent to much time and money and suQerei 10 much that I had given up all hopes ol recovery I was so feeble from the eRects of the diarrhoea that I could rii no kind ol labor could not even travel but by accident I was permitted tu find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and alter taking several bottles I am en tirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who sul tee as I hare For sale by Z Wayne GriffinBro m American Locomotive Triumph- A test of the merits of British and American locomotives over the heavy grades of the islands 01 Jamaica has resulted In n conclusive triumph for the latterwhich drew over the steepest grades in less than schedule time a load the English engine couldnt budge at all Perhaps the unfortu nates credit upon our locomotives pronounced by the Midland Railway of England was trifle prejudiced New York World I Cant Reader did you ever think of the great number of uilures caused by I cant Notice two boys wLo are told to do- a certain thing One says I cant and the other promptly takes ho d- aud says yes I will try Which one do you suppose will succeed Notice two young men one is continually whining and holding back and sayia I cant but the other Is alway ready and comes to the frost whka smile on his face and says ye I can do that Which one of thaw two young men will succeed in liiV Do you have any difficulty in answering that question What do lOu think of ahtalttay young man who la unwilling to come to the front and aid in fighting the battles of life or of a young man that has no coufidencB iu himself Daniel Websters relatives advised him not to study law as there was no room lor him He said to them that he knew there was no room at the ko of tin ladder but plenty at the top and that he intended to go to the top round lie rejected I cant and started on the platform 01 I canIt He did succeed and went to the head ol the legal profession A boy with such courage resolution and ofidence will always succeed Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin und was ot very for parentage- He did tact falter on account of the unfavorable circumstances surround lug him lIe ho estly earnestly ami hopefully took holdJn any capacity that gave him an opportunity to la boreHI rose step by step until he became Pr aident of the United States and today his name is enshrined in the hearts oi the American people Clipper OAa ortZABun thelbs Kind You HOT Alwip BosjM Blr 11 TTh HOPE OF TIlE WORlD 1 A Syndicate of Powers Is Fanci ful and Impractical FroUrick W Hulls one ol the rVmciican members ol the internntio al arbitration tOUt Is now in London lifter prolonged visits it the other leading European cipltnla In answer to quest onn regarding European feel ing toward this country he ndmittt that it is not everywhere friendly But thlshe added is I otstrangi The strength and prosperity of the great republic are not pleasing to critics of our institutions Then tbmlslI natural ponjnjerelil sird- 4UsflII It Jctuiy- Ti II tAlk RteJt n cuiib1naIIQn pr- fIHoPUU pwcr aAiIJli 114 NtUQ- iIIel1 II1heIlUIIltl2lmpllctIClblll ftKKi lib lId toerilj n CoVef flit In ihcurtib ol tanfii b diE pattlcllta pjV3 tl this1 hfc ailUtd iv an 0 eiliipUtn it vindicates bin own policy il Protection Of the class agitations asaimt tbe hinted States Mr Hulls said What ver ma lu the attitude of parlicula ovcrumrnts or classes the mass of the common people in Europe regard us as ever thur best friends They view this incre ued prestige and pow er of the United States with hope and delight They recogniz our new pr siilou as a great guarantee of puce and progrelosIt This is well said and it is true Ivitly In its hlsory all Eurupeinsc ight and leading came to look to tnc United SUtes to fulfill humanity ge long hope fjr freedom and iqaal ty of opportunity The end ol the nineteenth century raw the U litec States Iroai its foundation the ass Inm or the oppressed go will out it ancient boundaries to rescue whole peoples from oppression The marse 01 Europeans understand what thIs means They khow it means dltectl ind indirectly improvement in their own condition mid ibetefore they reo jolce In American power and prog eta The great common penpcs of Eu ope cannot be nilled by their short vlgbted rulers nor deed e1 by sefish lass interests ino any general hot tillly to the natloi And without ucb hostility tie United ft Us has nothing serious t lear from Eoropeai onblnatlons The EuropeAn common peoples cannot oe thus deceived because they know the Utited States Is fighting their battles They see In Its success the lo it if the world arid tat hope they wit not abandon Chicago IntelOcean CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of JZxJfV74 Europes wheat ciop is loooooo 0 bushels short Cut Europe can hive Its dally bread lit Uncle Sam has about 300000000 bushels to sell New York Mall and Express They Never Came Back In the upper part ot Bullttt there lives an old lady who is the possessor- of an economical disposition end t o prepossessing daughters who are the- brlleaot the neighborhood Not long go on Sunday afternoon two Shep icrdsvllle dudes with a did led ilk Ing lor pretty girls drove out to see those fair damsels They were cor lially received delightfully enter ained and when supper time came Invited to partake of the evening meal Supper over they stilHinger ed Bedtime came and they still tarried The od lady used to early hours went to her slumbers but the tao- 3odug men found no fault with that Waking Irom a sleep ol several hours and seeing a light still burning the old lady called out Matilda a Yes Mother The boys with nods and pantomime besought Matilda to answer in the affirmative so the daughter answered again Yes Mother AiuomeLt of Uiince then Mo tilde Veil Mother Wasnt them two boys los for butterBullitt Pioneer r S Why She Quit the Phone The uung woman employed as a stenographer had a beau named Will to wlom she talked tone tweDI3 five times a day The lawyer who labor Hughes Chill Ton- ic1tb1oBetterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic TilE OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC Awrllnan inre sure for crrirrs and FE vEreH Jluliirlnl Fyr Hwamp Fever and un- looe Keren It Never FailsJust what you need at this oason MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed by your IirnKKlt Dunttuk any nulxtllatd Try ItlOc and floo PREPARRD B- YRobinsonPettet Go 37126 INCOIUOKATKI Louisville Ky erf tt4t1 OM iII ikiivi tiM hI as PRr tlt tIIt tts45ti C1I tlti WIH 1 1 1 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