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I i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF InpUT IV TIB F00iiCOMB86681GRdL01bTCiCYSubscription 1 a year VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1901 No9 i j z i I i oae0lt f- 1La 4 I tI j i j ti Jfoil a r t tfIi A T J f II S t r The Engineer Leinlnz from the cab window4os Oft with his ors than bli eyes The a nimbl+ and grumble and roars of hi engin are to him articulate teeh sad a ids Juanbtewould catch his ear u quickly a a would strike the ear of the leader of aa ordIeatralIethlw1 of his eagles tham That It neglectsto torn wbleh ear lull of warning teepethe sour deluge undue rallaea alter eating are but ym of dye W acme form of dUeaat In volrlng the stom ach organs of digestion and an trUloa In time the heart flyer tungs or other organs are involved and tM engineer has to lav off Dr Pierce Golden Medial Discovery cute diseases of the stomach punfieathesound healthy fleah GddeuNant hllttrIhli prior and have hd no loo Nace wrltM Mr W T Thompson of TownwtxJ BroedwiWr Co Moa Uiu word tall la loll how thinkfel I ra bribe roller I hut u11 red so mU as toadIcaadomeaded OIlr medicine la wrenl and dunaim a hate word to M oar Dr Merescat hU =Df Piercca Pleasant Pellets cure eon ttlpaliou pm aaglI lL M L HEAVTUN Attorney at LawHARTF RD KY VVIIIpnwtlchu pmfMon la alt ta rorta of aedCoerlofArpkIprtel ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARTFOHH KT win prMtlrahto prnlmlna null the teenierOklo nuity aad Coort ol Appenli ITomptand rental con tderntlnn ail a all bnlne atrvted to kin OmaoverIhlnbatyhackJNO ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY 8I cUI attention irtrra In rotMHloumskn- gabtraetAealaoNntarr faMIc for Oblo oo n ty one aorth Id tqaar 0 E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW iiAKrrnKii KT Will 10 In ill lb mart of OIalo wed dIIlftodroKoIAppeal BprrUI attonUoa irtttn lon tindMuntnuvd to au ear Ufflc la Co Atlja odw la coartboiM F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHT OHD KT Will prattle la the tort of Ohio cosnty cad Coort of Aplrala Prompt attention ale to n- bulawatredd to kU tan Uffle la lUrald bundng J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law eti HinTFOKD KY Will pmctlra hU prolMnloo Ohio cod adjoin Hprditl attention irtwa to goutld to hU car S P ROS- Y4TTORNEY4T LAW YURDNVIILB ILENTDIKY Will praetkle profranlon la all the co rill 01 Ohio nod adIolnlnRcoontk amIOourtol Appal Special atuatlon gl n to collection JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY ATLAW HARTFORD KT- Bpvrial attention given to alt biitaru ratrnit dtohlrcun omla coarlboau OM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will praetehiprofaaloe In all the route 01 Ohio and adjoining Special attention will IM Inn to Ml entnuted to kU car Collation a pwlaltr E F NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle hU proffMlon la all the court ol KntackT attention Ktrra to tUmeatof detedets alateroil eaeand remindpractice one upnlraOtmnble- akJS R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at lAW FiHARTFORD KY Will prnctle til profession la all the court ot Ohio and adjoining conattM aadtb Conrt ol Ap peals Prompt atknllong1to to all batun atraited to blm Offleo In K PV LKIII balldloi R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT Will pnltfehiprofeuionIntbeourtaotOh- ioY adJolMuc coontlc Notary l 1 Southern Railway Through El ht n 8outhernStat- aKENTUOKYTENNESS South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA NoVth OAROLINAOEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI 11 gaffs ThreDanlTraioaBtwahLoula Tlllt and lA Jmtton UbMrratlon Chair Can Trains Iae Dd arrlT LoaUrlllt rrom 8rntbBtnqt Union connection with trans olth tlllpol 0entra16atiroad and LII R St L B B J FotinformatlonaddreaA 841h An LontaflH IO Wu II TATLOI AuUtant ap A LouUtlfl t COLT ATr leaIAaaoaoa I JUDICIAL ANARCHY IN KENTUCKY o Judge Cantrills Intense Partizan Charge to the Franklin Coun ty Grand Jury J The People Stand Astonished and Amazed The Pulpit and Press Severely Arraigned as a Lot of Letcherous Libelous Cowardly Curs that no Community Ought to Tolerate JUDICIAL VERSION OF GOEBELISM We meet gentlemen of the jury under peculiar and lamentable cir cumstances Crime bat run rampant aot only throughout this grand bid Commonwealth of ours bat through out the whole country sad today tie hearts of the whole people are bowed In grid sad the people are sending up prayers for Ute relief of the stricken President ol these United States It Is sad Indeed to contemplate the sit station ol affairs that now confront us It has always been my wish and mv prey that the county should be re lieved from any such state of affairs u that with which we now stead face to fee As to the cause of these mat Etta it U possibly Improper for me to conjecture but of one thing this court Is thoroughly satisfied and It has been the burden of toy charge to every rand jury that haa been sum mooed within my jntlsdictiou since I became a judge of this proud Com monwealth and that la that the dere liction of the grand aad petit juries Is more to blame for the state of affairs IB this country at this particular time and especially IB this Commonwealth than all other causes combined I recognize the weaknesses of the Judges ol the court I recognize the weaknesses and the pssslons sad the prejudices of the lawyers who prose cute and defend at the bar But there j II BO excuse for the failures of grand juries nod petit juries when they go to the closet of tbelt roams when they are assembled lo themselves tree from all passions free from all outside Influences free as they swear they shall always be to decide all cases that come before them accord ttatlmoaYlDbmlt1ted ers loose upon the various communi ties cf our land 1 there can be BO ex cure when the grand jury comes to I deliberate upon the matters that are submitted to them when they only stand in the presence of their God that they should permit outside Ini fluences to control them in their liberation I say it is only through the dereliction of the grand and petit juries of the country that the present state ol affairs now exists GRAND JURY FAITHFUL And yet I would not have you to believe nor would I have the people of this district to believe that as a rule I would cast any nflection upon the grand and petit juries of this dis trict because I know that the proud eat the best the most conscientious and the most religious citizens of the tour counties that compose this die tract as a rule constitute the grand and petit juries before whom the pleas ol the State and citizen are presented I want tow in the presence ot this jury and this audience to bear testimony to the thbrough faithful fnl as a rule of the grand acd petit juries of this district and I have no reason to believe the grand and petit juries of other districts are different from those In this district And yet by reason of facts which I am not able to explain and of which you probably are riot informed justice often miscar tit and parties who should be pre sented before the court for trial are not indicted One reason for that In dgement is the fact that just preceding the grand jury in each county in the Commonwealth parties who have knowledge ol the facts which should be submitted to the grand jury purposely criminally and wllllnUv evade the processes of the courtCud deprive the grand jury ol the opportunity to Investigate the charges which are or ought to be pre erred I have no sympathy nor do I believe that you have with any violator of the law A man knows intuitively what Is right and what is wrong In ninetynine cases out ol a hundred a man cannot violate the common or the statutory law of the State without the consciousness that he is a criminal Therefore I sayI that he who violates the law ought to pay its penalty and the only way In which society can be protected the only security you have for your home and for the chllden who may come af ter youIs to aid the courts in every possible way Son can in seeing the law vindicated AIDING ENDS OP JUSTICE As a rule a man who is impaneled as agrand juror and who undertakes to investigate charges that have bead brought belore him when the final re port la made by the foreman and the jury discharged Imagines that his duty to the Commonwealth is at anI I end Such gentlemen is not the I case It is just as much Incumbent al on you in your private capacity as citizen to aia the officers of the laW and of the cotta In bringing crimi nals to justice as it is incumbent upon you Impaneled as grand jurors of this Commonwealth But that is one of the mistakes that a large majority or the poe of this State makes that when a juror is discharged horn set vice in the courts he feels himself absolved I from all further duty in assist ing the officers of the law in bringing about the thoiough vindication of the lawAsl said this people at the present time is boned down with unutterable grief The head of the nation has been shot down by the mercilesahand of the aisatsln No fairminded man no lover of jut lice no citizen who has the welfae of this great country at heart can approve of such an act Upon the contrary he must as a nec essity not only deplore and condemn ouch an act but he must wish that the day shall speedily come when such acts shall be impossible TUB GOEBEL TRAGEDY Whilst this Is the case and whilst our citizens are gathering In public assemblages and expressing by reso lution their condemnation ol that act while the pulpits throughout the country on yesterday not only sent up supplications to the Throne of Grace that the life of the President ussinrelygentlemen in all candor and In all seriousness that It has not been two years since this grand old Commonwealth was shaken from center to circumference by a stmlnar tragedy In the light of broad day upon the Cap itol square of your city one of the proudest the ablest and themcte= spected citizens of jour Common wealth was stricken down In a some what similar manner It Is an old adage but it is a true one that times change and men change with them At the time of that occurrence and when the lawabiding and libertylov ing people of the Commonwealth were condemning that action it is deplora ble and humiliating to have to admit that there were certain elements with in the Commonwealth of Kentucky that if they did not openly approve of the act were at least willing to excuse it not only willing to excuse it but many of them were willing to shlld the criminal whoever he might be ANARCHY NOT DENOUNCED At that time there were no public meetings upon the part of the people who are now proposing to denounce anarchy and anarchism The pulpits as a rule sent up no supplication to the Throne of Grace that the lift of William Goebel should be spared to his Commpnwealth If there were any expressions or indication as to the feelings of the pulpits the same pulpits in Kentucky which are now DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills TIny Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps I GUARANTEED rxirtt Hay BaldTiea Coilwire Grate Bats Pipe Fittings Engino and Boiler Trimmings etc Gallon V 1 McBen fMtfg c2cfMtach COe c McIIenry Ky fulminating there thunderbolts against anarchists and anarchism which Is- all tight and which I approve the public knew nothing of them and if there were any prayers to the Throne 01 Grace they were secret prayers that the life of that brave citizen should not be spared and that the man who was making the contest against him for office should be his successor I know whereof I speak You know the character and you koop the conduct of the pulpits in your community at that time and I am Advised and I know that through out the length and breadth of the State t Kentucky with but few ex ceptlojts there was no condemnation of asjarchy or anarchism nor was thercraby denunciation of the asses sin TUB Palls POSITION In addition to that there was a por Hon of your public press which not only before the culmination of that great crime winked at It if they did rot approve and encourage but after the culmination of that offense deliberately asserted that nobody knew and nobody could find out who the assassin was and charges and conn tercbarges were made There were no efforts on the part of those In pow er except the civil officers of your county to ascertain and arrest the guilty parties and when the civil of perI city they were confronted by an armed body of men who had been gathered there for a purpose which nobody has ever attempted to explain and which has been up to this time explained I mention these facts gentlemen be cause I am determined that history snail be vindicated MUST NOT BB FORGOTTKN I do not want nor do I Intend to far as I am concerned that the people of this Commonwealth shall forget the great crime and outrage thathas been perpetrated within Its borders and as the outcome of it these same people who arenow as I said a while ago fulminating their thunderbolts against anarchists at that tine and ever since up to this time have bees the great defenders of civil liberty leagues and defenders and apologists for the firmed mobs who should con gregate In one end of the State and march to the capital city of the Com aonweaUatcTdefyliiw amiforder sad the civil authorities there in power Not only that but after a grand jury ot this county had made due indict ments and alter a party had become a refugee from justice and had taken asylum In an adjoining State the re quisition of your Governor was per emptorily refused and that same ref ogee assured and protected by four Governors of sister States made a triumphant tour to a national political convention at Philadelphia with the absolute assurance that during that journey no officer of the law should execute the processes of this court or should attempt to execute the pro ceases Issued by the Governor of your CommonwealthROOSEVELTS POSITION And it is a lamentable fact if his tory be correct and If the newspaper prints properly published that the man who is now the second great offi cer of this great Nation then the Governor of the State of New York open ly and aboveboard assured the refugee from justice and boasted of the fact that it he came within his juris diction he should receive ample and proper protection These Lire facts that become and Ire a part of the history not only of this Commonwealth but ot the great na tion in which we live And after one Governor who had refused the reqnis itlon of the Governor of this State Had gone out of office and had been succeeded by another Governor that other Governor when approached by a re porter of the press and asked what his Intentions were as to the surren der ot that fugitive from justice from Kentuckygleefully announced that the climate of Indiana was agreeing very pleasantly with the gentleman who was sojourning therein I do not mention these facts in any spirit of anlmoslty I do not mention them with any feelings except a feeling that I desire that the majesty of the law shall be vindicated I not only men tion these facts but I want to men tion some additional facts Our memories are short Some of ns are prone to forget and mention the ad ditional fact that there are indict merits pending today In this court and they have been pending for a year and a half Bench warrants af ter bench warrants have been issued and sent to the Sheriffs of the home counties of those defendants and not one of those bench warrants has been executed notwithstanding the facts so far as I have been able to gather that those parties remain at their homes can be seen upon all public occasions and Sheriff comes In contact with them from month to month and never makes any effort to execute any bench warrant THEIR CUANGE OP HEART Yet with this nambypamby eentl BACKACHE Rigs LUCY ANNIE HEISEB OF MINNEAPOLIS MINN Miss Lucy Aunts Beiser a graduated nurse of nine years experience trained and graduated from the Homeopathic Hospital of Minneapolis Minn writes M follows r Albert Let MInn Nov 8 1899 The Peruaa MedlcipeCo Columbus OhIo Oeatlemea fAHhough my school does not believe In patent medicines I have found It to be a fact that Peruse It a grand and valuable mediae I have knows Ittb cure Mrs Samptoa suffering with aa Inflamed aggro rated by malaria after the doctor had tailed to help her Another of my toranr patient tottered with a complication of female disease she was so thla BOthlag but skis andbones but Peruse cured her and the Is today In good health and coed flesh Pacts prove that Peruaa revives lost strength mad restores to the tick that moat wonderful blessing of life health I Lucy Annie Helter ream Mulmcada Bhumaksr who hss chug of the Grammar Department went that has permeated to a certain extent our Commonwealth until we are brought lace to face with the fact that the great President of the United States la subjected to the same sale fortune and can be stricken down In the same manner that any other cit- Izen ot this Or any other Common wealth can be stricken down to these parties hpTd up their hand In horror and cJalmthe majesty of the law As I said we had a certain portion of the public press in Kentucky that not only approached the border of In- dorsing the assassination of Gov Goebel at that time but ever since has been apologizing that such a thing was done and has been trying to mislead public opinion upon the idea that some crank or possibly as they insist some personal Mend of the deceased was guilty of that enor mous crime And yet from the time the grand jury first presented an indictment up to the present time that press has never failed to take advan tageof every occasion and every op portunity to vlllify denounce and de THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Dose No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Pol tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drnukneaa a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use of latex icating liquors requires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicat this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferers may sow cure themselves at 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possible for the trials upon the part of the defendants COWARDLY CONDUC- TIt is not my purpose nor do I Intend to review any of those trials but I do not hesitate one moment to denounce their conduct In making these assaults upon the officers of the touts upon Sheriffs and the police upon the ju ries upon the Commonwealths At torney and upon the Judge as being the conduct of a lot of lecherous libel ous cowardly curs that no communi ty ought to tolerate These suggestions I have felt It was my duty to submit to you My man hood revolts at the Idea that a public official whoever he may be from the highest to the lowest cannot dis charge his duty without subjecting himself to the danger of receiving at an untimely moment the assassins bullet If it be approved In one in stance lilt be overlooked in one in stance if it remain uncondemned and unpunished in one Instance where is the official from the highest to the lowest in your land who can under take to perform his duty according toI his conscientious convictions without I being subjected to the burdens and the risks that President McKinley has come In contact with at Buffalo HOPING FOR RECOVERY I pray and sincerely hope that he will be spared to the people I pray ed and sincerely hoped that William Goebel would be spared to the Commonwealth of Kentucky Notwith standing that tome of you gentleman know and If you do not know the officers ol this court know that there has not been a time since the prose cution commenced up to the present time that the officers of your court including your Judge have not been weekly and monthly threatened with assassination for their efforts to die charge their duties But I speak not only for myself but for my associate officers that come weal or woe to far as the discharge of our duty Is concerned in the prosecution of the pleas of the Commonwealth and so far as my deliverances to the juries are con cerutdI shall never swerve and I know they will never swerve one Iota from the discharge of their conscientious duties APPEAL TO JURY I appeal to you gentlemen to dig charge your duty faithfully and honestly and appealing to you to do that I appeal to you to stand by the officers of cur Commonwealth in the faithful performance of their duties Unless they are backed up by the grand and petit juries of the country and by the intelligent sentimental opinion and by the moral and physi cal courage of every lover of his Mint ly and his Commonwealth out gov ernment will come to naught and J of the Public School njblaCity Wash also Past Oraculadopendent- Order of Good Templar Dr Qatmaa received tho following lotUrt tCOLUMBIA CITT WASH I can speak only good words of the repeated benefits have had from the use of Peruna Too constant application to work last winter caused me to have severe head and backache and dragging paint I could not stop my work neither war I tit to go on Reading ot the hens tidal results from the use ot Peruaa I purchased a bottle and within a few days after 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would bo to indorse all the lawlessness of last wiiitcrJ 1- AMERICAS MILLER I CALAMITY The death of President McKinley at Buffalo last Saturday morning plunged the Nation into mourning every true citizen felt that he had lost not only the head of our great Republic but a bosom friend Hit death was so cruel and untimed and the manner of his taking away to abnormal and unexpected that the Nation was ill prepared to receive the shock That McKinley without a personal enemy in all the world should be brutally shot down startled the whole universe Having come at a time of greatest prosperity when the land was at peace with all the world when the National fermament shone forth in its purity cloudless aud with out a blemishwhen Nature bad yield ed forth her bountiful harvest to the glory of all his death could but be felt as a personal loss But it will be a lesson for our Gov ernment though it be purchasedwith the life of that noble raagnanamouf generous American It has taught America that she cannot harbor the anarchistic organization that to do sn simply invites vice and crime and lawless bands of demons to incite ra pine and murder in times of profound peace Hang every fiend connected with the assassination and legislate every demon from the borders of the country It is but right that it should be done the people demand that it be done and may itbea speedy blessing McKinleys cruel death cries for the safety ofour beloved country it cries for rigid punishment of the crime against the greatest country in all Christendom McKinley will go down in history as the greatest ruler of the age his name will rank with those of Lincoln and Washington while his adminis tration will mark the opening of the 20th century as the dawn ota newI era in the worlds history with Will iam McKinley the first and foremost actor in the drama While wo mourn the loss of that bravo and gallant solt dier that matchless statesman and fi nancier as a public calamity we rest in the sublime hope in the ability of great America to survive such a dread ed calamity and that the old ship of State will sail juct as serenely under Theodore Roosevelt as pJJotunder the guardian angel of Heaven Kvery heart in the Nation beats in tenderest sympathy for the heartbroken companion who has been the object of the i love and admiration of such a noble American CONSTRUCTION OF LAWLESS NESS A vote for Yerkes is to endorse all the lawlessness of last winter What is the significance of this statement Why should Judge Miller say to the 3250 electors of this coun ty who voted for Mr Yerkes You gentlemen endorsed lawlessness when you cast your vote for Mr Yerkea The analysis of this case shows that John W Yerkes never committed a crime in his life that he has been guilty of no offense against the people or State that be is an honest high toned gentleman a man of National repute a man ot exceptional ability andabove all a man of the people Last year Mr Yerkes made the race for Governor declaring upon ev ery stump that ho would abide by the will of the people as expressed at the polls This according to Mr Millers version is lawlessness MrI Yerkes advocated popular elections by the grace of the people andnot by the grace of the Goebel law and this Mr Miller says is lawlessness Mr Yerkes opposed class legislation be opposed the Goebel law and denounced the campaign of 99 in the severest terms Mr Miller bunders forth this is lawlessness Mr Yerkes denounced the contest the overthrow of civil aud political equality official grand larceny as unamerican in actI nnd in rplrit declaring that the will 11a mRj rity of the people should be the supreme law of the land and again hails the Judge this is simply lawlessness and I cant endorse it Truly Mr Yerkes pledged himself to conservatism bo declared that he wouldnot if elected Governor extend executive clemency to any man until he had considered all the evidence in the case and this our worthy Judge proclaimed to bo infamous farce beyond human power to describe lawlessness in its infamyI Millers Financial Statement Of Oliio Couirat Amount of Debt January 1 1 1898 835000 Amount paid to date17000tmou-ntin SinkingFund2000Amountd- uoSinkingFu dforl90l 5000 Total Red uclion 24000 Amount unpaid January 1 1002 11000 tfc WHAT THE RECORDS SHY sS er Indebtedness adjudged by the Ohio Fiscal Court Order book No1 p 348 953OOOSO4O- hio County Bonds sold Dec 26 98 3000XOO Balance duo County for 1898 tux as shown by Sheriffs Settlement Jan 8 1899 508853 Amount of Bonds that should have been issued and sold2491147Amo- untof Bonds sold Dec 26 98 3000000 Bonds paid January 21 1899500000B- onds paid October 10 1900 500000 Bonds paid December 22 1 900 200000 Total Amount paid1200000Bal- auce due on Bonds January 1 19011800000 Amount duo for Iron Trestle on Ilartford loveo 155000 Balance duo Sheriff as shown by Settlomet January 10 1901 Book No 2 p 140 23123 Total indebtedness Jan 10 1901i978123A- intof Tax collected for 98Q9 and 1000810436 Amt of Tax collected for 95 96 and 1897 7973522 Excess of Tax collected for 9899 1900 over 95 96 97 200844 Amt paid out on orders of J P Miller asCbun ty Judge for 99 and 1900202047A-mt paid out on orders of Jno P Morton as County Judgo for 96 and 97 4 150377 Millers excess over Morton 51670 A man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort of thing that be likes Respy JNO H THOMAS Chmn Rep Ex Com JUDICIAL ANARCHISM On the first page will be found the nnouncement of Judge Cantrill for the United States Senalorahjp in the form of a cbargeto the Franklin county grand jury and on the assas sination ofSenator Goebel The as taciination of the President was made a pretext for reviewing the assassina tion of Senator Goebel and the trials of thoee accused of the crime This judicial political speech to a grand jury to arouse partisan animosity and inflame the passions of the jury is without a precedent in Kentucky le lore Judge Cantrill has proven himself unfit for the high station he holds by giving expression to that intensely partisan spirit that fills his bosom It is the first case in history of a court charging the pulpits with secretly praying for the death of any citizen If his thrusts at the ministry of this commonwealth- be true it is certainly a bad recom mendation for him the object of this tyrade against the intelligence of the StateThe ministry of every community should bo of Godfearing men and Its thus invariably Just what could prompt any man to arraign the men of God because they did not see fit to meet in the sanctuary and invoke the the God of mankind to spare the life of William Goebel til he had over thrown the basic principles of political civil aud socialequality and set upon the perch of liberty the carrion vulture of anarchy and rebe1ionI The man who assails the cause of political animosities and ap plies the most infamous epithets of his heart to the ministry and press takes his own measure in the estimation of honorable men No where inI chrieeadom can there be found a more talented and respected ministry than Kentucky has given to the great cause of her God and the men who aseail that ministry are in direct rebellion against the angels in heaven Assassination is the worst crime against God and man it is a relic of the dark ages and not a product of the 20th century to put it plainly it is hell turned loose upon Gods peo pIe which no age or civilization can endorse When Judge Cantrillas sails the Kentucky press as a lot of letcherous libelous cowardly curs that no community ought to tolerate ho pleads for the cause of anarchy aud the spirit of sucha disgraceful appeal to an American jury IP preg nant with incalculable evil We deplore the manner in which Mr Goe bcl was killed it was a reproach upon the intelligence of the State but he himself provoked it as ho thrust the dagger bftreason into the heart of liberty and attempted to ride over the will cf the people as expressed at the polls Mr Goebel was defeated under his own law manipulated by his owu henchmen his defeat was sworn to by the election officials Democratic as they were in every county in the State anarfiuaHyby the central tribunal at Franklort Mr Goebela cause was not righteous this wholo procecdure from the time of his nomination down was not characteristic of that dignified states I manship by which Kentucky is uni venally know Mr Goebel WM defeated and rebelled he will rejected by the people judgmentII methods was a noble struggle for hone thatIthis blessed country vied with us in that struggle IN THE COMMITTEE ROOM Judge Miners supposed speech to the Democratic committee Well gentlemen I a am good deal like brother Smith on the matter of joint debate Ialnt much taken with the idea of meeting the other fellows but then just as sure as we dont meet them well losse not less than 600 votes My Populist friends are i indignant at our refusal and I under stand the Democrats are too Now as for them confusions of mine that my opponent has that Mr Smith spoke of Ican dodge them just about as wellas brother Smith IItheIworst some other letters that Iam expecting exploded at any time I cant think the statement I made aboutlhaviDgparty any themImy confession That tells the story in a nut shell As to my false statement of the countys business that wont amount to anything you know the people will believe me regardless of the reo lords If you can dodge your own conduct as 1 will that we will still be in the swim I 1 think the most dangerous phase of the campaign lies in the conduct of the Democratic party toward my opponent since tLe wbole fire frqm the Democratic batteries has been focused on Rogers I never saw a fellow gain so fast Why a Republican- told me the other day that he would rather see Rogers elected than the rest of the ticket and he was a special friend of minetoo all because the Democrats were cussing him so bitter ly Now gentlemeu I think this ought to stop You need rest no un easiness about mo Im all right No other man on the ticket is quito so well oil as I When Imeet an old Republican friend I tell him that I helIfor Asburry and when I meet a Pop ulist friend inclined to be off I tell him that 1 am as gooda Populist as He and refer him to my JT F Crow I doe letter finally when Imeet a I Democrat sore on me Icite him to my 4th of March card and he readily sees that I can dodge the people bet ternAny feller be ever seen I I think I am in just as good condi tion as brolbnr Smith and could face my letters and confessions jast as well I ashe could meet his officeholding- and that Two Weeks Pay Bill I Th garbuJ taUmebt fonccrnlnR flapS hantlal rondltlon ot Obl roatj publUhnl In tb lat IMO ol IlnrtfordV Itrpnblkan pa irNnd oklrh In bring rlmilatnl urtr tbo wwnty In cnhl form will niUIrat no one lliirtluril llrrolil lulced the etaierLeut published in last weeks RETUDLICAK will rats lead no one It was not Intended to mislead the people if that had been Us purport we certainly would have omitted the pace aud number of the rtcord book Those statements are backed up by the records antineed mislead no one We had located the bird befure firing just as we did III the A O Bentou letter scandal and thd hall plOt story It is neither our purpote to misrepresent nor make statements that we cannot sub stantiate We simply relate facts as we see thtrn We thank the Herald sincerely for recommending our cor rection In Judge Millers votecatch er he put out some time since TUE Republicans of the county ought and willremember Jo Black burns thrust at the Eleventh district Had I my way I would put a bomb shell uuder the Eleventh district and blow it to Hades Why would you do this Jul Because it has two many Republican voten Dear friend arent you fearful that Joes wrath will be visited on you after the election and hell want to blow you into hell This is certainly the proper eulogy AFTER the election the Democrat ic candidates will be sorry that they too did not spend their money them selves After all Mr Butler is the sharpest one of the whole push When the campaign fund is pouted into Mr Smiths hands be will use it to the ad vancement of self he will trade and swap whichever is convenient nit thoughts are for and concerning self DEMOCRATS nlbover the county are falling out with their cowardly candi dates and many of them are saying Well I dont know but what the last one of them ought to be defeated for a man that wont meet his opponent on the stump isnot worthy ol success Shame is written upon the face of every Democrat because of the conduct of his candidates IUE doctrinarian of Goebelism the man who went to Daviess county lei fall and there tod his hearers I dont known how it is down here but up in Ohio county it is a bard matter to find a Republican that willswear the truth on the witness stand stands leader of the Ohio county Democracy How does this and Jake Rowe brains strike you gentle reader LAST week we called attention ol the public to Millers misrepresenta tion of the countys business and the fact that Mr Heavrin sold the bonds which is accepted by the Judge since he cant deny any part of it We this week invite our readers to examine What the Records say by Mr Thomas TOM SMITH to the ghtst of the Two Weeks Pity Bill Down there thou infernal demon Ghost- J will not down thou wretch and enemy of labor Smith The bell you say Im ruined if you dont Downl Downltbercthou cursed fiend Ghost Neverl Nevet Is it possible that the Democratic ticket has curbed the Herald scribe and will not allow him to say one word about politics What a sorry plight for the once proud Democra cy Tho absence of an editor is a grave misfortune Why not try the assumed editor again JUDGE MILLER said in 90 97 98 99 and 1900 that be was a Popu list In 1901 bo sayt I am a Dem crat was a Democrat and have been a Democrat since 90 Does Judge Miller mean to say that a Populist and a Democrat are one and the same WE understand that Mr Cox ha- slet the county and Messrs Godsey and Wade have quit tho campaign since they couldnt get to speak in joint debate and are now looking af ter home aflaira Is that correct Well gentlemen you have dune the sensible thing HAVE you examined JiTc IL Thomas statement of the couutys Ii nancial standing Dont fail to give it your mot careful attention it will edify you aud make you the wiser Its a black eye to Millers vote catcher1 IP the commissioner of the alms house can have his claims cashed at the bank and the county pay the discount why cant other folks holding claims against the county do likewise They dont stand In with the Judge BEING advised touching the lattice of this campaign we do not understand why the Democratic candidates persist in worry ing the people Home gentlemen andat your business sayeth the people TOE present cool spell cornea welcomed thrice by us for it has evident ly dispelled our qneasinesa about thai damned good beatin Tire fact 1 that T J Smith car ries the vote of Bartletts in his vest pocket troubles no onethe result I will show a balliuceI GflMPIilGN OPENED Republican Candidates Meet at Baizetown and Score Their Cowardly Opponents Judge R R Wedding Made a Thrilling Speech Dalzetown Ky Sept 18 1911 The Republican CAndldht a for county offices opened the spcflklnp campaign at this place ycttenlay Mthough the speaking had been ad vertised only a few days more than 2 x voters and qutte a number ol ladles were present Judge R R Wedding made the opening speech lie began by paying a txautiiul tribute to our beloved and lamented chieftain President McKinleywho was so foully assassinated only a few lays ego In his on happy style which has won him so many friends in the Baizctawn country Judge Jid ding showed that the prosperity ol the country and civil liberty in the South depended aiuoutely upon the success of the Republican patty mona Constable to President and cuurseled his hearers ta loyally support our county candidates who ate worthy representatives of the Republican party Each of the candidates mrde a speech appropriate to the occafian Mr Heaviin expressed his tegtct that his opjoiect would not favo him with his presence here that the peo pie might judge ot tneir relative fit nets fir the office oi County Attorney Mr Rogers deplored the fact that the Democratic candidates bad broken the rule that had oiUineJ in Ohio county since before he was born ot joint speaking over the county by the candidates of both partks Mr Rogers made some ple sact but pithy references to his opponents record political and official that called forth uproarons of laughter lioti the audience Candidates Rigland Keown Bennett DeWeese Black Lowe and Martin made interesting speeches A number of Democrat were present and some of them expressed themselves as thoroughly die gusted with the cowardly policy of their candldat on the stump All In all Tuesday was a great day for the Republican party in Baize town Lcoiout fur a 100 nifcjirlt for the Republican ticket November 5 LOYALTV State of Ohio ot Toledo Lucas CountyIFrank J Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the us of Hllt Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and tubscribcd In my presence this 6h day of December A D 1896 I A W Gleason ill Notary Public nails Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood And mucous surfaces of the system Send testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by duitglsts 750 Halls Family Pills are the bet p OJX a3 07 G nXADean tla lbs tief Yte Hne Aiir IIoDt- I8Ipt1Ut Gt Strayed From Dundee Ky One black Western horse with small brand on left shoulder star In fore head and one white hind foot Any information will be gladly received and rewarded by William Martin Dundee Ky You bridle the appetite but 3ou can not bribe the liver to do its work well YOJ must be honest with it help it along a little now and then with a dote of Herbine the best liver regulator Price 51 cents J H Williams m 0 LOST In the neighborhood of Fordsville a deed for a tract of land ling in the vicinity of Magan Ohio county Said deed ws male byj B and MIry Camrou to John P Camion Finder please return same to me at Hartford Ky 7tf M S RAGCAND C O C C Whites Cream Vermifuge is per ftctly harmless and will remove every worm It is also a tonic and by it strengthening properties will restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Price 25 cts J H Williams m SMALLHOUSE KY Sept i6Died at his home near South Carrollton September 14 Mr Enos Ferguson age sixtynine years ten months and nineteen days He was a member of theSmalibouse Bap tist church lIe leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss He was respected by all who knew him and will be adly missed at his tome and in the community Born Jo the wife of Ward Williams lately deceased September 2 a girl Mrs John Pirtle who has been quite ill the past two weeks is conS valescent Mrs Cas Mason is on the sick list J Rev G H Lawrence is conducting a prptracted meeting at Pond Run churchRev Shugatt filled his last regular appointment Sunday at Equality The next Quarterly meeting on this S Poison Oik Poison Ivg are among the best known dan1oclUuUlt To touch or handle them swelling ant itmntmuMion viih Intense itching ntid burning of the kill The eruption soon disappears the trier hones Cr but almost as soon M tile little blisters anti pustules apllCa t the poison hat reached the will b ak out at regular totemIc and each time In a more aggra vated torn This poison will loiter in the iptcm for everyatom of It must rorCedoutof you can expect a perfect permanent cu- rtSSSNillllres Aillfclc Pelseis Is the cure for Poison Oak Poison I Ivy intlill noxious plant It Is corn- posed exclusively of roots herbs Now the time to get the poison out of our system na delllY your cotuittlon worse Dont experiment longer with Ulnawashes and soapsthey never cure Mr Sol Marshall bookkeeper of the Atlanta tOa CM Light Co was poIlUn vrllh Fniioa Oak He tool vtrloui otber drult anol scptietfeslarnally nutnerolas lotions anJ oahu no ttmitbii- wtUngand Inflaranullon WM ahnotblind Per eight years alhwould break out t aeston ILLs condition was touch Ittiprore I a ItrlakirtOllt bottle It 8 tSinda lew bottles cleared hla blood of the otaon and all evidences of the dUtaM dluppearei- People are often poisoned without when or how Exptaln your cue fully to our they will cheerfully give such Information and ad vice as require without charge anti we will send at the same time an interest ing book on Blood and Skin Diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATUNTA CA Circuit will be heM at Equality the 3rd Saturday and Sunday In October Mr G ote B ward soil Mrs J C Bennett have gone to hopkins county o see Miss Lucy Nichols who is dr geronsly ill Miss Nichols U a grand daughter of Mr Barnaida 9 Misses COIR and LOW Llmblcy who have been tick ibr two weeks ate bttter The Renewal a Strain Vacation ta over Again the school bell rings at morning and at noOn again with tens ol thousands the hardest kind of work has txgun the renewal ol which is a mental and phy ideal strain to all exrept the most rug ged The little guI that a few days ago bad roses in her cheeks and the little I oy whose lips were then so red you would have insisted that they bad been kissed by strawbe rles have already lost something of the appearance ol health Nw Is a time when many children should be given H tunic which may avert much ser Lus trouble anti we kiov tfto other iO highly to be iecnmmeded as Hoods Srsapaiilla which strength dna the nerves peifecta digestion stud assimilation and aids mental devIl opuient by building up the whole sys rem C S Lut week I went about Hull ol iDible and of doubt Now Im trailing and dance with delight I had tome Rocky Mouttnln Tu nat night Ask lour dtugplt m CENTRAL GROVE KY Sept 17 Rev K W OjiikB fill ct his rejjnUr appointment at the Baptist church S tm Uv Rev K P M ddox preached tn attentive au dknce the ama lay nt I I a ui Mjas Edna Bishop hat recovered from a light attack of typhid frvei Mr Monroe H fin nnd sister Mist Ellra of Ulu Grove ntlghhoibofxl visited in the community recently Mr Shelby Garrett and Miss Elix beth Owens Drakesboro visited the I PIINCV I YEARS To two V V V Look Jn your mirror today Take a be the last you want I i wish nor guesswork about this r itssure every re storecolor gray hair use After using it for last look at grayhaIr may if hsoyounecdntkeep grayryou j time AIfr MainiQOfl I orthrcewceks notice now 1 1 much younger you appear 4- I ten years younger J 1 at least 1 1 Ayers Hair Vigor also 4- I cures dandruff prevents 4 1 falling of the hair makes I hair grow and is a splen 1 did hair dressing 4 It cannot help but do I these thing for its I- hairfood1 when the hair 1 is well fed Jr cannot help I but grow I It makes the sculp 1 healthy and this cures I that causes 1 dandruff I 1 100 bottle AlldranlaU I Mr hair wit coming out but Amt Hair Vigor stopped too falling and lass toy hair very thick much darker than I think there Is nothing like It lor the hair Liu- AptU IS9a Yarrow LI WrHo lha Doctor If Toado not obtain all the twneBU ton dealt from the us ot the vigor rite tha Htor ahnnt It 4 4- rDal C AYEB lewell Mui a r 41 Announcement to t t 4 THE PUBLICI4 tit Ilavirg puicliascd ot Mi R1P tCollins his entire stock of Dry Goods E 41 Notions Clothing Eto I wish to Bay 5 that I will continu the same busi J 4 v ness nt the same stand The welltIt41 tit 41 known reputation lof the house for tIt J the best and latest pry Goods at the tit j lowest prices will lie maintained The stock will be added to and noi I C 5 expense nor trouble will be spared to J make tins store the favorite trading ij place for the people for this whole cotintjyi in the 1tIo4 4 goods business und observation of the j desires of tho public make me confi J dent that I can serve my customers J3 iit most satisfactory way All I ask il g is a visit to convince you that 1 willy C j make it profitable for you to trade tJf with me g J In tho meantime just as a starter 41 41 for what you may oxpcct in low it43 prices 1 ask those li need of Dry 1 Goods of any kind to call and see t1 how I am closing out all Summer fj Goods The iiev Fall Stock will be g J on hand In about two weeksand I41 think you will find it suprrior in all i lines to anything you have seen it 4i around in this section lately ft Jv Hoping to merit und to receive my ft J share of public patronage I am J Yours for Economy J i Ntaa t Qlt Smttk tt 4 family of Mr Willie Iglebait Saturday and Supday Mrs Isabelle South near Ltvet more was the guest ol tier daughter Mrs S K Miller Iryt week Mr Varvln Miller J uUvllle U visiting hut mother Mrs lUvIrn Mil Itr School II progressing nicely with lint J K Divldsoti teacher and Mr V A BIshop amUlant 0 Mr Cheater Blohnp Is attending school at Hartford MY and Mia Azzie Maddox 01 West Providence neighborhood were the gueiti ol the limlly of Mr lW lonty Suniny Mrs Ann Miller Centettown vial ted Mr S K Millers family last week Miss Bertie Williams who 1s at tending school at Haitlord spent Saturday and Sunday at htr home Mrs Will Taylor Mcllenry is vis- Iting tier sitter Mrs S B Snell Mr J P Miller abd family spent Saturday night at Mr 0 M Bishop Miss Sarah Mlrloii who has coco sumption is no better Mrs L B Loney who has been on the sick list is convalescent Singing Mt the Baptist chinch ilest Saturday nlghU Beat wishes to TUB RcrunucAN 0 v f pto- An Qngllsu S8qCl vomana happiness ha oflercd a rt tatdotxifor a grettT blessing to wouian than Roky MnuoUin Tea Sfnsiblc move Ask your dtuggist To the colored people A great n viral U now going on at the Alpha Baptist church preaching every night by Rev P U Watson D D of Michigan Everybody Invted Remember that the putter Rvv J 11 May will preach his faiewell sermun the 5th Sunday EvtrybodjconIc that day witlaout fd h I 5O tfIk d1 Have tua reese vti4lssJti the stomcalteyatIngJfso OhamberUWa StoIia h aiiclJIver 1bletlJJbey ur b cure be hlng and sour stomach They regulate thr bowel too PrlceV aseeatsT Sold bj Z Wayne Gtlffi ft Ufo m When Located tile Device OlatfiIKy Stitt 17 191- EDITOI kitronJICAN I I gness when the Democrats find out wnnj Judge Millers politics art they will fix their detUe Will tmw it Isahard question t solve but It is time they were finding out A VOTER T The most d lIcateto isthat inn can safely use Ballards Horehound Svtup It is a aure end pleasant rettudy for coughs iQBsbl olceond ill tlitoit and lunVtrbufiles Pfice 25 anti Soc f J H Williams m IMrs Maggie Brooks Dead 4t her home in Fordsville at 630 oclock p in Thursday S ptem ber it 1911 of tlod fever alter hnillness of tfrnly one days Mrs Maggie flfHJis 1of the late ihiiilp H KVU in he 37th jtnrof her age Mu flpois was born In Mudstovn NelHl county Ky October j 16Dnd was the oldett daughter sf Reuben and Maiy A Wrlsbt who hUe been clizns of HorJsvllIc for rnny years and where Mrs Drools hu livedsince she was very young At the age rf sixteen years shejiintiI the church nndlit the time ill htr deAth her membership was with lhe Pitsbytttian chinch itHnyntsvtlle April 15 1884 she amwillsubsequently came to Foidsville and tot several years was engineer of the Eureka Mills at Pwrdsvllle Mr Brooks was fatally injured on a thresher engine while crossing No Cteelc bride on the Livermore TOad July U 1894 and died the next dy He lelt Ida wife and three little child ren a good home and land in Fordsi vllle which by indntry and economy Mrsv BiooVs his supported herself and family antI raised her children in the fear and munition of the Lord Mrs Brpeks had before the took sick made every arrangement for the com fort of herself and children by prepar ing winter supplies and duiir her last hours she dictated her aft wishes for the care of her children and her last tcoments were passed In tinging the songs ot Zion repeating the Lords prayer and offering up an ell net petition to Him who doetfa all thinKS well On the evening of the ijth itt Services by Rev Lawlom and chOIr her remains were taken to the Brooks graveyard near Haynei vjle and laidby the side other lint blind pnd little son Mrs Brooks was nf that class of Christian ladIes trirt bad hut few If an eDt rates and h hfj jeniledi po sitfo hdrelljlutl devotion hal won 1 hi blfbest rrgudl Bl all who knew htr KirardleaR itt rMlelrus views WrtIi llltle children wwp T6ihiiothettnj Ij4j Tor you that Inrnltojio her Ian HUtill mw lirr fiirc no luort POKDCS 0 ChnabtinnalaIilI1pplied to a cit liiulte bun icaltior like Injury will hlfhotlyalillY the pain antlwill heal the putts in less time than any other trealuient Unless the Injury U very severest wiil not leave a scar PAin Balruals6 cures rhtiiniatleiH sprains swellings ant lameness rot sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m a Beit t1iinCONSUMPTION o Y o I I It 4- n I 1 ij1f j 1 1 I 4 4 I 4 5 S4I l- 1I1 T Ip 1 0I Vi Aiw 1 I f I irVA 4h TvkA jh u t L I i u L h + r r A- k k S r 1a JTV i f X J r 4 1f e i i t l l r t wwS J1i rI 1 COSTS YOU NOTHING BUT A LITTLE SPAKE TIME TO FIND OUT TO YOUR OWN SATISFACTION THAT S 0 GIVE THE VERY BFST VALUES i z Wo aro showing our entire lino of WOOLEN DRESS GOODS consisting of tho latest weaves in solid and fancy shades suck as VoniUans icbblo Cloth Wool and Silk v Warp Henriettas Serges Broad Cloth Cashmeres every thing Into and at priers that defy competition FOR TRIMMINGS Wo are showing u full lino of Silks Plain and Fancy Velvets Gilt and Silver Braids Soutache and Hercules Braidy Etc Special attention to wedding outfits Millinery Department TJus season as usual will ho one of our big attractions Our lino of ReadytowearHate will bo ready for inspection in a few lays and tho entire lino will bo opened one week before Zhe IInrtford Fair t Fall and Winter Shoes Especially SCHOOL lIOJ 8ro carry no shoddy Shoes r but good reliable goods Tho celebrated 1riesinoycr Shoes for ladies tho famous Hamilton Brown Shoes for men and tho Portsmouth Shoes for children all aro old and reliable brands and goods that wo guarantee to give satisfaction The Best 1sbT t S yn h n w I YOUR FALL SUIT I I it iifteou 1 ie lih1 11 v e7Ottet Perhaps you woro about to vj leave your order with a Tailor jj Como horn firstriot us show you the NEW STYLED NEW PAT TERNS the NEW WEAVES in +0nQ n RI OILY TAILORED SUIT 7- it Everything New Is hero and as much cuatommado as though you had loft your mcasuro for itsamo 7g samples samo heH71110 liang to our Suits fr at 800 000 1200 that a Tailor gives jyou for double tho price and plenty of J cheaper Suits too fFor the Women Folks o1o4nedr- 1i in Hartford yps WOO got tho goods for rainyday skirts too for 2ya 0150 per fr r yard all tho now fabrics ffc h titflm lOc f3 ttf 100 per yard 1V ISll Goocf VoOktis Silksj Etc Vv ij Plen 9f Neckwaie j fliio latest on the market andvo never was C i qUitoso full on Slidesyou just ought to f t v see thorn We nro fixed to supply you JL WJ With anything you need so dont fail to t nioKo us a visit Hoping to hnvo a call dfnn each mid ovoryonoi Wo are hero for I44 business da c 2 9 00e FIrt oxc1 I y r 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTUM BBK 21 Illinois Contral RnlJrondTlmoI Tablo Kw tlmi card taking enact Manila Dec 3 toeo nt Doo- nNnrlllInIIII Nonlli Ilnnnil No 1JJ doe 404 n m No 121 dnollU a m No t02 line J47p m No 101 due 2erpm- No1S7due122opm No 131doea0vu- iornl Height No Ill dO7roab Kain due t7p m 8 n VAXUKTH AReut Ohio County Pair Oct 24 days Mr Martin the Jeweler will repair I your pistols Mr John B Wilnon was in Green vllle first of the week Nicest assortment of fiuits in the city at Singer brace Cheese and Sausage constantly on band at Singer Office The fairest thing this year will be the Ohio CountyFair Try those sweet and sour pickles at the Singer Office Pine Mr and Mrs A C Taylor are visi ting relatives in PTviens If you want dainty cakes and crackers go the Singer Office C R Martin jeweler and watch makerat Williams drug store t Just received newatlkaand flannels for shirt waists at Carson Cos Coal corut irrtly on hand at the Dr Miller Bank Yogic HARRIS Do you known that Gross Williams will sell you a sewing machine for 5 Miss Edith Carson Las about re covered from aa attack of typhoid fe verIt you want a goo shotgun at a reasonable price go to Griffins drug store Of course you know where to go for hot peanuts and buttered popcorn Singer Office For your pocketbooks sake buy your new silk or flannel waists from Carson Co- Poreoda water lemonade phos phates Ice cream sherbert c go to the Singer Office Clothes do not make the man but one ofour 10 enlts helps mightily CARSON Co It you want to buy a sewing ma chine why dont you write Gloss Williams to bring you one You must have queer legs if you till to find what you want here in fall trowaera CARSON Co FOR SALK A fine young Spanish Jack Apply to M W Barnard 63t p Hartford Ky Mr E O Hart and Miss Nora Duke were married at the Commercial Ho tel last Sunday Rev G J Btqu of ficiating Me J T Mason and Miss Katie C Tichenor were married at the Com mercial Hotel last Tuesday Rev A J Williams officiating Make your preparations to attend the Ohio County Fair this year It will be bigger and better than ever Commences Oct 2four days Mrs Jennie Carsou who has been visiting relatives In the Beda neigh borhood for several days retained to her home in Louisville Wednesday Get your field seed wheat drills and fertilizer from D L D Sander fur I will unload fertilizer the 23d of September Ten cents less at car Beaver Dam Ky The hunting season Is now at bond and 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 Much preparation is being made for the Ohio County Pair which commences at Hartford Oct 2 and con tinues four days There will be unusual attractions this year Dont miss It We are agents for Swills Cos Pine Raw lone Meal This goods stands the analybls by Prof W A Scovall of Lexington i 90 per ton Better than anything else sold Why not buy the best CARSON Co BiPdShot For Tiger No use to hunt tigers with iirdshot It doesnt hurt the iijcr any and its aWfullY risky rr you Consumption is a tiger among diseases It is stealthy butonte started it rapidly ats up the flesh and destroys he life No use to go hunting it with ordinary food and med ichie Thats only birdshot It still advances Good heavy charges of Scotts Emulsion will stop the advance The disease feels that Scotts Emulsion makes the bodystrong to resist It soothes and toughens the lungs and sustains the strength until the disease wears itself out v Send for free sample SCOTT 8 DO VN E Chemed 4 Peat St N Y- luesod itur all UfutfUu irfdaFewIt mny develop to slowly an In raw llll It any dletutbnnco during the wholo porlo1 of chliahouJ It may then produce Irregularity of the stomach ant bowels dyspepsia catarrh consumptionbeforeeruption or tfandulnr owclllus qultotreelion you con rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla Tlie Imtrt of nil mM Iclnen for all humors Mr R B Carter McIIenry called on TUB RnronucAN Wednesday Mr DG Young of the New I Wrinkle was In town Wednesday Messrs Simon lobes and Alncy Everly Render called to see us yes terday Misses Lucy James and Lillian Ev erly Render made TIIK REPUBLICAN a very pleasant call yesterday Dr E A Carson Dentist has an office next door to Carson Cor see and floorISay godbye to your spring suit fall Is here to stay 10 will buy a splendid suit here CARSON Co Shotguns from the cheapest to the best tit Griffins drug store Every one guaranteed Call and see them See the stock of new Guns at Grit fins drug store Good Guns at low prices A splendid variety ol differ ent makes every one guaranteed STRAYED One blank horse mule 2 years old medium size Informant will addressjuc at Hartford ztf L B DAVIS You can buy the best machine theI Singer on earth of Gross Williams Try paying five dollars down and three dollars per monthten cents per day Mrs E P Barber and daughter Miss Carolyn have just returned from a trip to St Louis Paducah andI the mountains in Illinois and are now thr guests of Mrs J H Will lams at this place Mr Gtorge Klein Quincy III left Tuesday for his home He was with his brother Lawton during his recent and fatal illness He wan ac cqmpanled jy his mother Mrs Lucy Klein who will make him an extended visit if not her permanent home There were some fairs this year that didnt amount to much but this wil tot be the case with the Ohio County Fair No disappointment here Everything that is promised will be on hand Dont forget the date and be sure to attend At Hart ford Oct 2lour days Mr Orieu Leach and familywill leave next week for the Indian Terri toiy where he enters the livery bnslI ness with Ills brother THE RErun LICAN expresfss the sentiment of all- is acknowledging the loss to Hartford alone of her best and most agreeable young men Our best wishes go with Orien to his Western home trusting that kind fortune will be propitious and reward him tenfold The click of your clock and the wit of your watch or the tell tale tick of time will be delivered at Semi nary Hull Beaver Dam Monday evening September 23 by J M Crowe of Lexington No one can afford to miss such an intellectual treat It should be liberally patronized by all interested in a higher education Admission 150 250 and 350 Mr Dave Allen Rosin entertain ed Messrs Jas DeWeese A S Bennett R W Ragland Fon Rogers Frank Lowe M S Ragland L P Crowder M L Heavrln CP Keown and T H Black Wednesday nightI The candidates had a royal reception at Rosine Wednesday They met at at Horse Branch yesterday and held services in memory of the lamented President Public SpeakingIThe Republican candidates for the vrious county offices to be filled at the November 1901 election will address the voters of Ohio county at the following times and places Cromwell Sept 23 at night Taylortown Schoolhouse Sept 24 at nightRockport Sept 25at 1 p m Pink Hall Sept 25 at night McIIenry Sept 26 at night Render Sept 27 at night Taylor Mines Sept 28 at night Horse Branch Sept at night Voters of all political parties are requested to come out to hear the ques tions involving the interests ol Ohio county discussed J H THOMAS Climn S A ANDERSON Secy Mothers write us that they have solved the problem of keeping their children wells Give them Rocky Mountain Tea each week A blessing to mother and child Ask your drug gist m N Notice to Farmers To the farmers of Ohio countyI have the best sted cleaner ever in Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dam for 16 5i I own the county right for fifteen years Call on or address me at Beaver Dam KyW STEVENS 9l3t September 9 1901 A diseased liver declares itself by morseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation Heroine wilt restore the liver to a health condition Puce SoJ L II Williams m AT REST The Great American Chief tain Laid to Rest Until the Morning of the Resurrection i The Nation Mourns the Loss of McKinley Sectional Lines and Party Lines Un known Yesterday the remains of the great est of American statesmen were laid to rest In the Canton cemetery in the presence of a great throng of heart broken and sorrowing friends while the nation wept bitterly Bells all over the land rang out from 130 to 3 oclock their solemn and mournful peals announcing the burial of President McKinley America bows her head In sorrow to the inevitable Joined by every civ ilized government on the globe The loss which America felt so deeply is felt the world over and every true Amerlctm deeply sympathizes with the widow of the distinguished dead The ltlztns decorated their places of business and many their residences with flags crepe and bunting suitable for the occasion A large painting cf the the dead President was decorated in JrontCbalcony church belts college bell and court house bell rang out the doleful and solemn hour The demonstration in every town and city in the union demonstrated the fad that William McKinley was nearer to the hearts of the whole people than any other President since Washington Tablera Hockeys Pile ointment re lieves tta intense itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases where surgeons fall It is not experiment- Its sales increase through its cures Every bottle guaranteed Price 50 eta in tattles tubes 75 cts J H Williams m I Ohio County Baptists Delegates from the Baptist churches of Ohio county will meet at the Bap tilt church in Hartford the 28th and 29th to organize an association of all the churches in the county This is a popular idea and has been neglected- for manyyears There should be no quibbling as to the organlz tlon No question as to the advisability of the work should be raised How shall the organization be perfected is the only question that should confront the body Every bodyis agreed that it is greatly need ed and the sentiment ol the people demands thorough and speedy work The committee in charge of visitors have made arrangement for the dele gates from all churches and they will be cared for royally The pro gram for the meeting has not yetbeen arranged but it is certain that it will be interesting and instructive a As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative power Ballards Snow Liniment is not equaled by any other in the world Price 25 and socts J U Williams On account of State Confederate Re union at Louisville October 22 and 23 round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare Tickets on safe Cc tober 21 and 22 limited to October 24 for return 4 When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in tflect Price 25 tents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Bios drug store m On account of Interstate Pair and Horse Show at Louisville September 23 10 October 5 1901 round trip tick will be sold at rate of one fare September 23 24 25 and 26 September 30 October i 2 3 and 4 Return limit October 7 Uncle Sams Mail Servicerequires physical and mental ability of a high degree to withstand its hard labors The high tension to which the constantlrsubje fect and soon headache ache neuralgia rheumatism sciatica etc develop in severe form Such was the case of Mail Carrier S F Sweinhart of Huntsville Ala he says An attack of pneumonia left me with uCUlar headache and pains that seemed to be alt over me was scarcely able to move for about a month when 1 decided to give Mlles Dr Pain Pills teudaystwo weeks was galling In lIch and strength 8oIJ by all Druggist Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind GUNSp e GUNSa Shot him Ridcrf4lnrgetunwA- lnnnulition Etc CARSON BROSGroeorymenl- lurlliiril Ky 1Ma11eGSiGtet IltC- iit1usic TeacherPi- ano and Harmony Tuition per Term of ten weeks 10 oo ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY ItstnreonaT Talk being cheap andnecessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasocable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on A G Pate Hartford Ky I rtrctU with Toe whtlhrr ennllnn tb- otIlUnllobbabltHOOTUAhmo r for lobaceo weth AfttoreI IObDeeInaealtddjocke4 1I0TOIIAVrrom I QwnloecbiorrnaTkltwihOn Dora faMTew dtoeurerrrcndmoue W1a trwl lie 1 l DONT IITakeROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medi cine Co Madlon ItI keeps you well bur tradeI packgrrleIn bulk Accept no aubitl talc Ask your druggist DROPSYggelsJtart ed TMttaonUli and TKH DAT1 treatment free Bt a H CEKBS IOU Box E Atlanta Ofc Slow Are Tonr tLUntjt I DrlJobbeSpaallU5ittormeciCoCbteutoor14lrree clcI 9 WELCOME STEP IN PLEASE ELJWCOST- I r w have opened up a full line of Dry Goods and Groceries recently bought at tho assineos salo of RRljhe Ilino and propose to sell same bolo v tho ORIGINAL cost of tho goods I bought the goods cheap and propose to sell se CHEAP for cash Below I quote you a few bargains Good Calico atc per yard Good Crash at 4c per yard Good Table Linen at sec Per yard Good Table Linen White at 300 per yard Gcod Canton Flannel at 6c per yard Good Outing Cloth at 70 per yard Good colored Cannton Flannel at 6e per yard Good Carpet Warp at 150 per pound Jeans at 150 and iSc per yard Good pair Ladles Shoes from 850 to 2 50 Good pair Misses Shoes from i oo to 2 75 Good pair Childs Shoes 650 to too Also a complete line of Collars Ties Hair plnsBelts Ribbons and Laces oi every description The stock is new and complete in every particular Also have a complete line of Plain and Fancy Dress Goods Hats and Caps Boys and Mens Clothing ALL will be closed out at a bargain CLOTHING Good Suit of Clothes for 16coo A good pair of Pants from 1 225 GROCERIES I have e complete line of Groceries to Ie closed out cheap Remember the place J E Foglos old stand Como and so my bargains Respectfully JNOG KEOWN Hartford Ky 1 New Livery and Peed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times Tho most polite attention given customers and tho kindest caro taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle the FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZER JS TERMS STRICTLY CASH3 A C TAYLOR ProprSUCCESSOR TO KEOWN TAYLOR Hartford F entuoky vvoDvs STORE Fall and Winter Clothing now Ready Uptodato Suits at 500 A good lino at750and 850 Extra strong lino at 1000 Something Nobby atL12ooSuits ygudontfind anywhere olse at T5 i8and 20 Give uffan opportunity to show you theso Suits Wo know that we are showing much tho largest line of READYMADE CLOTHING and aro prepared to sell them much closer than over before Sailotit q e atitt et Wo represent souse of the most reliable and best Tailoring Houses in this country and guarantee a fit anti satisfaction Suitsfrom 1350 to 1000 Pants from 375 to 1200 A Visit Will be Appreciated EP BARNES BRO BeaVer nom By GAN WE HAVE YOUR MEASURE FOR THAT N SUIT pppppp4ppppppppppp The Proprietors IOF THE x I COUNTYFAIR x Have made more extensive preparations = I this year than ever before The attrac xi- c4 tions are simply grand x- yoA 1 x 4at ot G ord to amiss IEHARTFORD KY t 4 Jci C IIII II 11fL llJ1I III r t 1 ifp ae 5 a 1i t t I r fA- l k j l I H 1 FiF- 0 7r a e U r T a T 7T V cv yt0 4 ir 4 0 I I I w j S r J to 1t I I 1 t l Tho Kind Ton have Always Bought nml vlich i3 been III uso for over 30 cars has borno tho slgnntnro of I anti has been rnrulo under Ills per c2cr sonal supervision since Its Inthncy Allow no ono to deceive you In tIlls All Counterfeits Imitations nml Justnsgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tiLe health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pnro gone Drops nut Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo Ktibstrncc Its ago Is Its gtinrntttcc It 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her Asthma had disuppeared and she Is entirely Iree from oil symptoms I feel that I ran to sUtertly recommend the medicine to all who are effltcted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D Dr Taft Bras JWIcIne Co Feb 5 1931 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num erous remedied but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement ard started with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since pur chased your fulljize bottle and I Am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make Boch use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rivlngton street- S RAPHAEL 67 East ugth St New York City Trial Bottlo Sont Absolutely Froo on Receipt of Postal Do ndtdelay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MRDICINE Co 79 East I3ith St N Y City Sold by Druggists i 1Ikj Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMPEK 2J ARP KEPT AT WORK HisWife Reminds him When Repairing is Needed ALWAYS OBEYS HER ORDERS Bill Then Talks of theTimes When lie Was Young and How Boys arid Girls Acted My wife said she bad a premonition that we would have an early fall and I had better prepare for it right away She reminded me that there were some broken glass oa the 103 of the flower pitandtbe sash needed repaint ing and te shelves renewing and I might whitewash the brick walls and fo forth and to filth and so on Well I have done all that and wai humbly waiting for the next order when she told me that Sam the darkey wasnt coming to run the lawn mower over the grass in the front yard and maybe I could do it and save 76 cents Well I have done ttat but nobody paidme the 75 cents and the text thing I knew she sent one of the grandchildren to me for 75 cents to pay her debt to the aid society These women have got nearly as many clubs and societies as the men but they stay at Lone at nights and that Is better t tan the men do There are the Ma sons and Old Fellows and Nights ol Pythias and Knights of Drtnon and the Royal Areanum and the H ka and the Knights ol Jericho and Knights of Labor and they are all nights or midnights and oouen have to btay at home and curse the children III was a mturying woman I would strike out the word oey anti put in a prom ise for the man that be wouldnt join anything that took him away from tome at night Its bad eroagh for young foks to tramp around at night hunting for the moon They are crtzy about the moon and thats why crrzy folks artS called lunatics for luna means the moon and the ticks are not far off on a moonlight walk in the woods Re cently there were six couples of or lunatics who went up the river road in search of the moon They wanted to see it rise from out the river lad they had to get out the big flit rock in the river to see it and thev had to slide down the tank to reach the rockand the young men cooned it down first to clear the way and the yellow jackets were waiting for them and by the time tee girls were oa the illde the little devils began the attack and they tcoi tin on the slide in the flank and in the rear in the face and shirt waist and arms and legs and took the young men too and such screaming and tcrambling was never heard or seen In that part of the country The young men did not desert their partners but shoved them up the slide again with great alacrity rhe whole palttwas bunged up amazing Eyes and ears and nose and hands and legs began to swell and they never got to see the mtoa at all The girls cried with anguish and the boys moaned and groaned and there was no ammonia no lola and no doctor and house within a mile They could just see enough to find tbe horses and by the time they got back home some were blind in one eye and some in both and jon could not tell a band from a foot nor a nose from a turnip beetnor the ankle from a calf calf of the leg I mean Well they g t horde about midnight and that 5mile ride was the longest and most miseiable of their lives The young men have not yet reported for duty nor have the girls dared to look into a morror for fear of breaking it It i5 a wonder that those girls with such thin apparal were not stung to death but I suppose that the stuffing and padding about the breastworks saved them We old school hays know something about yellow jickets It is bad enough to tackle a nest in the day time in open ground where you can run end fight but to slide down into one near the water on a dark night must be awful in the extreme The last time I came in conflict with the spiteful things I Ioatcd the nest and went to the house and got the wire fly catcher and set It over the hole It worked beautifully and was fast fill ing up when an outsider took me kerblm on the Ink of the neck and I departed these coats with alac rity By and by the boys came and built a little fire not tar away and set the fly catcher over the smoke and killed the whole concern But you must lookout for the outsidersthe scouts and the sharp shooters Bees cant sting but one time but jacket can keep up as long as the poison lasts The sting of a bee is bad that of jacket is badder anda wasp Is the baddest of all except a hornet or perhaps the devils packsaddle 01 a fodder blade They do say in Texas that tarantular is worse than all the rest put together and frequently proves fatal They say too that any sting is a cure for the rheumatismI but I never found a I tried it Some poison nflccts one man more thai another A good Ctlzfn of thin ci unty ditd lu 34 I ouis frini n h e tlrtr but my iutiln I CI MI t lip em take thtm tP In his iuods ann Irt thrni lite1 on hit ck and fce at d sting him Ittiiounly and he biuhrs them tIT ami laujhti and says they tickle him I have picked the stings of his flesh by the dozen and he ban never hd rheumatism A co cny if honey bees number 5 ooo yel low jickit 500 ond hornets 20 lint this is cnrugh about euch pesky things though the sting of a nwqnl to seems to be attracting much alien lion fi iu the men 0 tcience Ru I w 8 ruminating about things thkt Have to be done before long My wife says it Is about time to make a lettuce bed tit the winters upply and it is about time to transplant two or three rows of stiawberry plants from our own runners for it Ia good plan to have some new ones coming on every year I receive BO many letters from good women asking how to glow them and so lorthBIII Arp Cnra Cemrer Blood lol on blinK Sores Hirer foul MntliliiK loTrj Blood poison or deadly cancer ate the worst and most deerstated biro diseases on earth yet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm Is used If you have blood poison pro ducing ulcers boue pains pimples mucous patches falling hair itching skin scrofula old rheumatism or of fensive form ol catarih scabs and scales deadly cancer eating bleed ing festering totes swellings lump persistent wart or take Botanic Balm B B B It will cure even the worst case after everything else fails Bot aide mood Balm B B 3 drains the poison out of the system and the blood then every sore heals making the blood pure and rich and building up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for 30 year Sold atdtUR stores t per large bottle A trial treatment t ent free by writing Bio id balm Co Atlanta ia Described trouble nnd lire nudlcal HI vice given until cured Foalc Blood hahn doe not contain mineral pois ons or raeicury tllIlO many advtitb ed remedies do but Is to nposed O Pure Botanic Ingredients Over 3 ooo testimonials of cure by taking B B B m- w NnrrrM Worth Hnonlnr 44 yean incraiw IB the South proTO IIn hw TonIc a great remedy toy CtjtIU and nil llatnrml r Trr flatter than Calomrl and Jaloln Con tftlu no Arnnf nlf laaranteed try It At Dm Kl U SOC and tOObotUes JJW Tariff Reform Bosh TatifF reform was never more ur gently needed than now when the production of the country so far ex ceed its power tf consumption that foreign markets are a prime condition of its continued prosperity This is the language of the Ohio Democratic platform and It Is calculated to make one smile We have just closed the books ol a fiscal year and they show that we have sold moe of our com modities in foreign markets than any other year in our whole natlotal his tory Then where is the suggestion based upon wisdo n that we should reform the tarifl in order to Increase our foreign trade It is more satir factory than it has ever been there ore what is wrong Knoxville Tribune r He Owes His Life to the Fore thoughtof a Companion Whil on a camping ttip in Web Ur county Mr S I Stump of Nor maotown W Va had a severe attack of bloody flux He says I firmly believe that I owe my life to the fore thought of one of the company who had taken along a lottle of Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy MoralProcure a bottle of this remedy belore leaving home It cant ot be obtained when on a hunting fishing or prospecting trip Neither can it be obtained while on bond the cars or steamship and at uch times and places it is mot like ly to be needed The safe way is to have it with you Thousands ol travelers never leave home on a journey without it For sate by Z Wayne Griffin Bio m YoungWomen acrItb1itrtul ckotdtn ttuttd at fiat time soon Thatfemalepray this Wine of Cirdul eUb lUto acdqtoa and natural nweatrtial flow When once this ImporUnt fuse Uon b ttirttd right a healthy UU will- usually follow any women yous ofCarefuLrive women freedom from pain and to lit r womrn foe every dutyof Ilk- lw bottlM at d MUi Delia N Strtytr TuHy KaLe I have uilftrtd untold p tn at menstrual pco rlodi lor a long lime wai nertooi ha4 M Ippetlte and lot Interest In CYUtII tI- n fid wu miserable I hays taken few hoWof Wins of Cardut with ThtdfonTi BlickDraojht when needed an- dthanbifesltorwhat todq lam entlrtly curtd I cannot expttu U you hav doM terms 6InOUO4drsIgllg M84loins OF DECLINED Democrats Say They Cant Face the People In Joint Debate First Time In tile History of Ohio County Democracy its Defenders Have Sulled NO MORE TitAN EXPECTED In order that the pt ople of the county might be fully advised as to the records of the Democratic candidates now belore thepeople the Republican committee through Its chairman submitted challenge to the Demo cratlc candidates to meet in Jilnt de bate as has been the custom since time Immemorial whereby an oppor trinity would have been nil irdei Judge Miller to have explained the import ol his letters ends find finan clal standing ol the county Its Indebtedness and his miraculous relief from debt For Mr Smith It would have been an excellent opiortunlty to have defended his recod In cfflce and his conduct in the matter ot tile Two Weeks Pay Bill For each of the Democratic candidates it would have been a rare opportunity for the explalnln ot their endorsing the Slate contest which the people so much desire The citrns of the cojnty demand a jit debate the deserve it from the feet that there are some new adventures in Jhe countys pjlitlcs The iiloing cirrefpinderce Ia sdlxplanalur Hutfonl Ky Sept a 19 I linn Ben D Kingo Crmitruai Democratic Comfy Committee Hiri ford Ky Di ar Sir 1 as ChaIrman ol the Republican County Kxtcntiv Committee of Ohio county desire to have a conference with jon at 4 oclock p m this evening for the purpose ot arranging a joint debate between the Republican candidates for the various ffices and the Demo cratic candidates lor said offices lo be voted lor at the coming November election and on behalf ot the Republican party I desire to state that we desire a joint debate between the various candidates for said offices and take this method of Informing you of that tact Awaiting an early reply I remain Yours respy NICHOLAS BARRASS Chairman Republican County HI ecutlve Committee Hattlord Ky Sept 2 1911 lion Nicholas BarrassDear Sir Replying to your esteemed favor 01 this date asking a conference to ar range lor certain joint discussions as suggested by you I beg to state that at this time I have not bad opportu nity since the receipt ot your letter thirty minutes ago tot01 fir with those whom I have the honor to represent in this matter and for this reason a conference between yon and me at this time could result In nothing- I will at an early day secure the advice oi those represented by me and will then take pleasure in communl eating further with you concerning the matters contained in your favor ol today Your obedient servant BEN D RINGO Chairman Democratic County Executive Committee Hartford Ky Sept 2 1901 Hon Ben D Rlngo Dear Sir t11 reply to your note ofa few minute ago will say that it appears to be rather Indefinite as to when I shall have the honor of meeting you fOI the purpose suggested in my former note The gentleman whom I have the horor to represent are very anx lous for a joint discussion of the questions involved in the present canvas and I would suggest that we have an early meeting ol the committees for the purpose of arranging this debiti and suggest that we mett in confer ence in Hartford on Thursday at ro oclock a m September 5 1911 for this purpose I do not feel at liberty to defer the arrangement of this dlt cusslon later than that time as it has been usual and customary to have these discussions to begin about the middle of September hence lo defer the matter later than the time sng getttd in this note would give no time for the publication of the speak ing that might be arranged by us Hoping hat this date may suit your convenience and awaiting an early re ply to this note I remain Yours very respy- NlcuousDARRASS Chairman Republican County Ex ecutlve Committee Hartford KySett 2 1901 Hon Nicholas Barrass Dear Sir In the matter referred lo In your sec and note of this date I beg to state that a meeting has already been call ed of the Democratic committee of this County to be held at an early date at which time the matter to which you refer will be taken up By Monday the gtH inst t will hove conferred with my Committee and will then be able to answer you more fully and on that date will be pleased to do so Hoping this may meet your convenience and approval I beg to remain Vour servant BUM D RINGO Chmn Hartford Ky Sept 7 1901 lion Nicholas BarrassDear Sir The proposition contained In your favor to me under date ol the 2nd Inst has been taken up and fully considered by those whom I have the honor to reprefei t It is their opin ion that the voters of this emit tv ore fully advifted touching the lutucs in volved in this county campaign end your proposition is respectfully de dined Yours very truly ThIN D RIKCO Chairman Democratic County Com mitt e Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise burn scald or like Injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treatment Unless the Injury la very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness lot sale ty Z Wayne Griffin Dro m Coals to Newcastle- We may yet be carrying coals to Newcascle There has been much I dlscusjtoi In the last year as to the possibility of our exporting coal in any contidetnble quantity but a specific report comes Irutn Baltimore that 3ioco tons A month of tlC bitumin ous coal of Maryland is actually ship ped to loreign ports rot including some that have been heretofore1 held exclusively by the English It has gone not only to Wept India Mexico I and Central American ports but In increasing amount to those of the MeJitertanean nml has even evaded Nova Scotia thichIef source of sup COSUIU1repolt abroad for coal II the mentis of cheep transportation rue ptovided That seems to he the one osa IP but lilt is pruved that we cm sell bituminous coal ahoH lit a profit unilrr present i condit 0 ia it li not be long b fore means will br found lor currying It at 1 minimum 0 tNew York Mail tnd RSIreHI I Chamberlains Cough Romo dy a Great Favoi Ito The soothing nnd htm3tngttowf ties ot thia remedy it pit nmant taste and prompt and penn mrnt cures have made a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prizrd by mothers ol small children for colds croup arid whooping cough as it ta ways affjtds quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmfnl drug It may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adnlt For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bo m OASTOnz4Bun tU j n KM Ya tan Knn Bwjtl 27 lld dI- r Daring but not Usual Dirtng nnd usual is the Chlcojo Tribunes phrase in characterizing the silk frauds recently unearthed In Ithe New York Cuitotn service Jar ing these frauds celt Ioly are but not unusual in the broadest sense Evasion ol duties by undervaluation underuieanteraent and other devices had develuped into a gigantic evil at the port ol New York at the cl se ol the last Democratic Federal ndminlx Iratlon anil the ti presaiim e1 that evil has I iOed ti ls a heavy la k What with the embroadery cue the tobacco cn ell flit machinery osss the automobile casts and the cises of professional and amateur smuggling under cover ol personal baggage the work of enforcing the laws and col lecting the revenues his been no xin ecure Under more favorable cond tlons It Is probabe that the net result would have been more Itnro tant but as the record stands to date an excel lent showing of zeal and efficiency has been made American Economist Look ANlHell InTImM Jtavenin Hairtwt Tonic tatteplratnnt taken In early Mprtn and Vail pwrentt bill Iltiifrne and Malarial Fever Aria on tblIr1tone Dp tbeayIem letter than aDQ Quinine Contain uo Arwnle try It At Drag ttt Me oDd f100 botllM IWILBUR R SMITHI- I LEXINGTON KY rot clrenltr of bllamoa inS rMpanlbU COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY I AwwdM Medal at World Expoalllira- Jtehrt to thnnuail of TadnatMle fMtofrnll Ba lnr ConrMS Intlodlmlol Ikxrd in family about A ShrrthasdTypWdilrg38dTslecraphySptdalilhlrl irrfta Ho VBcatloo Enter now Uradnate uecufalI I atitr u t N yolP kIVI neck M tdJnii nit WILBUR RSM1TH LexlngtonKy Hughes Chill Tonic EL1LtELb1oBctterthan Calomel Quinine Cmilaius no Arsenic Tn OLD UELIADLE Excellent GENERAL 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Allen AulOn Vu Airt tit lovia M- oNEWTHROUGHLINE UTWUM rVUirUf f- HDCHICAGO A new through car line baa beu established fur theutire distance over the Illinois Central between Evansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mat toon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattooa formerly a part of the p D E Ry The services Is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ez SUB LvEvansvIle 73opm 730010 Ar Chicago 700 HBJ 700pm SOUTH BOUNDDaily C Ex Sun Lv Chicago 8opm 8iotm Ar Evansvllle 805 a to ssoptn Through sleeping cars oa night trains and through free reclining chair youlocal A FREE PATTERN subacIbrI CALtSAMAGAZINE A LAWS MAGAZINE htmlrmuoi 15lathuI I lire UptodateP5rtitt1t Ppor Pattern 1 CALIAIp M MM Uew4 a rtrfwitlMi rttw 1tIo BMkt mt ftukf Uatt 9l I sd i I SUhllOn hI5h I lke n l adiowabye4ifTHBMoCALL 001- IHIIll7Wcit UttSt MWYMW L C F r I e- I 44 5II 3I t I 1S a bZ s a- I I 4- llP4Ii 1 I 1 7 4