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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r i h THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I 4 IFineJob Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OROAX OF THE PAIn IN THE ODRTB CDN946SIONdLGIST616L Subscription I a year VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1901 No 10 a THE OUTLOOK i marriediman the U to marry Ulan upon her own uponanurURnrMUn heaping up trouble again t the day of Weakwoman art made atrong and ofithe aoe reliable regulator It drift en ftcbllug drain hob Inflammation and ulctrptton and cure female wealtn p- It nourUhc the nerves and Invigorate the entire womanly organism It makes the bubyi advent practically ttalnleaa and gives atreugth to mothers I kuffnrd for twelve year with Gmatt trouble wtltc lICu Milton Crimea of Adair Adalr Co lows whkb other dlciH hurt troublt Dd htDlKaw nevus paralysedIlad PeIrxtfJ aDcS 1 rial oot Dr Pierces Pelt psve to me ae 1 k Wllh comfort eCtwt heat I would be Ure4 all the lime and haveSe dinT lltadacht and my true would otrae01 could not Now I as Itap and 44 a tag dare work ometMnf I hid sot doGe r our eleven yean Dr Pierre Common Sense Medical Adviser In paper covert sent free on ncftpt of at outUnt to pay ex qnrr of mailing only Address Dr R V Hen Buffalo N V- PIQDw1C SIiYnt M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Lax TIARTFORDKYd111111 Ohio and adjoining roinUMandCanrtotAppraU Nprrlal attrition orI ERNEST WOODWARDc ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHTroHD KY l Will prattlee his prohMlon In nil lb cnarttol Otto Court ot iI ctrrn allblaaealndd t k to kin linn orrr Ohio Cunntj flask JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAWA HARTFORD KY 8rrlal attention ttan to rollcrllon makla lor Ohio ron If InaorlbsidepotlicagoenC ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKrroRU KY Will priMtk hl prulMloi In an the mart of Ohio sal adHaliKroanUraaadroartol Apiwala NIwlallttloq gin to all t nlim tnud to hi ear OmalaoAttyaomatecourthouseF 4 ATTORNEY ATLAVIt- ARTrURP KY Will practice I the court ot Ohio county anil Court of AppmU Prompt att ntlnn orIOD to all bhel Htraited to ran lima In herald funding J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law m HARTFORD KY Wlllprattkhl profwlonln Ohio and adjoin DcrointlM Hpwwl attention given to all bal rea animated to hla ran 8 P ROBY 11ATTORNEJ4T LA Wr- OKIIHVIMK KKNTWIiY Will hi In all th ronrUot Ohio and alinleloaroanllaandcouloAppeals ofI 4 Special attention given to collection 4JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW HAKTronn KY aarlalaltetlongivuto all basbwrntrnatNrdtohUcara Ufflr In wDtb OM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW I HARTFORD KY Will hla In all tn conrta of EhcnnwiltCollKtloni ipoclaltjr 4 E F NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY f Waltpractiahts In ittob ronrta ol i attention gl- i collection tUmntol dDt aataroad rise and criminal prattler omDItAltt OrllBn block JSR WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR it UW HARTFORD KY Wlllprsetlahla profrulon In all eke court ot and adjoining and th Court ol Ap 1peal rroinpl attention Rlrm to all burins 104 V him omen lnlttrvLRAsbuilding R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will ratio hU prolvulon In thtconrUol Ohi- oandUolnlaaroanae AUo NoUrx Joblle f r Southernv Railway Through Bl bt mat Southrn Stat- MKENTUCJjiYTENNESSEE I South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAROLINAGEOR and MISSISSIPPI 1II1M Three Daily Train Dttvren LODI 1GIA I slnrton ubwrratlon Chair Can leor and arrive Lonlarlll from Sereoth Depot connecting with train ol th laUrod d 111 ot HI L U n 1ForiuformstionaddrasA WIlEPOIIIotTAflUlb Ave LonUTllle- Wu a TITLOK Awktant 0 P A LoaUTill WalIll1ltollT y t I CflBINET REMAINS Members are Said to Have Yielded to President Roosevelts Re Quest Senate Leaders However Predict That Changes Will Occur Stron g Sentiment Appar ti entAgainst Disturb Ing Tariff Leg islatIon President Roosevelt Approves Negotiations with England Relative to the Proposed Isthmian Canal Washington Sept toThe action ol President Roosevelt in asking lb members of the McKinley cabinet treads 0 at the head of their respective departments was generally commended by members of both broaches of ongress today A large number of enators and Representatives were at the capital today sad the action ol the President since taking the oith of office and the policy which his party will pursue at the next session of Congress were discussed No undue haste has characterized this dlscni ulna It was realized by all member of Congress that with the death oi the head ol the nation a crisis had come and it was one that must be met in telligently and the problems present must be solved only alter much deliberation Scores ot members of both Senate and House gathered dur- Ing I the morning and early In tilesL I tcrnoon prior to the departure of the j congressional trains for Canton and discussed the changes which nould piobably follow the succession of Roosevelt It was stated on excellent authority today however that all members of the cabinet have accepted the reap polntment tendered by President Roosevelt yesterday The manner In which the President made the tender rendered it impossible for the memo beta ol the the cabinet to take another Y course as they are already in the positions and can not decline but must resign their places if they desire to leave the cabinet In spite ol this it can cot be denied that prominent men paitlcnlarly members ol the Senate believe that the present cabi set will not remain except temporari lye This belle was based on a num ber of acts which are familiar to most men In public life in Washington It is realized that Secretary nayI has had during the past year domes tic trials which would turn the heart and ambition 01 many men from their usual pursuits Ills own health has not been as good as could be desired It Is believed that had President McKinley lived difficulty would haveI been experienced keeping the Sec retary of State in the cabinet The one reason for his remaining as giv en by his friends has been his desire to bring the Chinese matter to a aucI cessful issue and to briny about a sat isfactory diplomatic situation as re tales to the Isthmian canal project and the convention which It will involve egotiation with South and Central American countries interested in tb C isthmlun canal concessions have been brought to a satisfactory stage so far as urged A new England has been practically framedI It was suggested by a member ol the foreign relations committee of the Senate today that perhaps Secretary Hay might wish to remain in the cab inet until he had presented the new treaty to the Senate and favorable ac don upon it had been secured bu there was much doubt expressed s to his remaining longer With Secretary Long domestic rea sons are urged as accounting for a desire for his retirement Ills health like that of the Secretary of State ha not yet been gooj While not admit ted generally their is reason to believe that past relations between Mr Rcoic velt and the Secretary will prompt him to seek retirement from the cobl net within a InthecaseotiSecretary Gage IMs1 dint ult to gauge ftom the expressions of members of Congress and others here the exact feeling toward him It can pot be doubted that there has been much urging of his retention- e from Ntw York Philadelphia ant ether financial centers If President Roosevelt is emendable to Influence at all it Is not doubted that it will first be exerted upon him in relation to the management of the treasury I and the personnel of the officers in charge Members generally believe that th other members ol the cabinet not specifically referred to with to retain their places and will do to unless dls placed by tome unforeseen develop ment or political demands which have not as yet been made Another feature of the relations of the new President with last admlnis tratlon became known today to theu effect that Mr Roosevelt has been fultly advised and has approved ot the negotiations in progress relative to the proposed isthmian canal treaty with England Senators discussed gravely the re newal talk of reciprocity as did prom inent members ol the House Some ol the House Some of the most prominent members of the upper House of Congress do not hesitate to say that their will be no reciprocity legislation at the next session and prominent members of the House urge that there will be no tariff legls latlon Members oi both branches ot Congress take an attitude ol opposl tlon because of their claim that an attempt ol the kind would involve an satire revision oi the tariff It was urged today by two of the most prom Inent members of the Stnate that no changes will be at tempted because of the Interdependent nature ol the tariffd schedules Once disturbed there be a demand for an entire readjustment Only the members who have of passed through the months of hard fr labor and preparation can realized the colossal task of tariff revision and its attendant disturbance of business con ditions It is this that will make members of Congress hesitate In a moment toward the tariff revision It Is this feeling that has created opposl to the Babcock bill That bill or proposed to charge principally the steel schedule but it is quickly dem onstrated that like a house cf cards a single sari slight disturbance streets whole oriels OP O3R IA Sew t5eilaKind You Han Alwrs Bought Blgutare dAot of 1Nurenxorlb Knowing JOTrnntacmi In the South prom llnglui1 T F lOlftlnlle FOR lNG R NRW PRRrl rAllied Delegates Hold Convention at CitytPlatform With 9 Planks Drafted and Ap proveds Lease for Hall Expired and th Convention Adjourned oIt t A Dispatch to the 5f Leads Globe Democrat from Kanras City Moon September 17 says Slight progress made in thewas today movement to day to organize a third party here Probably two hundred dele 1gates representing the Bryan Demo crate the Single Tuners Liberal cialists Fusion Populists Middleof PublicIdelegrates were asked to sign this statementDelegates Credentials toeand name a new National Political Party I the undersigned desire to be a delegate in this convention and hereby in favor of forming and nam- Ing a new n tonal party at this con vention on the lines ot the silted third party as stated in the call I am In favor ol public ownership of all public direct legislation the crew lion of a cabinet office as department ol lector and equitable arbitration laws the election of United States Senators by the people government coinage issue and control oi the moneys oi the country postal savings banks tax equalization so that wealth shall have its just share of the bur dens ol government And oppos- the combinations of capital used in restraint of trade and government by injunctionThe was to have beenI called to order at 10 oclock but was postponed until a committee made up of fourteen Populists and fourteen members distributed equally among the other isms represented could agree on a platform The committee was in session until 5 oclock when l gave out the following platform- I We demand the initiative andI and the imperative man atea We favor the public ownership all public utilities as the peopl- ont time to time electI3 The land all resources the heritages of the deople should not be mnopollzed for spccuaI live purposes and alien ownership should be prohibited All lands now held by railroads and other corpora liana in excess of their actual needs held by aliens should be reclaimed and held for actual settlers only 4 We favor scientific money based upon the entire wealth of the nation and not redeemable in any specific commodity but to be full lee gal tender for all debts private o public to be issued by the govern meat only without the intervention banks in sufficient quantity to meet the requirements of commerce 5 We believe in just and natural taxation 6 We demand the election oi the DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps c GUARANTEED a 4 THE BEST Hay Bale Ties Coil wiro Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Callona a McHenry Mfg SMaeh CQaIIMcHenry Kyc r s r 1 A 1 a a l C President Vice President Federal Judges and Senators by the people- 7i We favor the creation of a ca net office of the department of la and equltable arbitration 8 We favor the adoption of such constitutional amendments as may be necessary to to make the above laws After the agrement on platform was reached it was proposed to call convention to order when the disco cry was made that the ball bad been rented lor the night and it was t late to secure another The convent tion was called to order the next morning and an effort was made to adjoulneiTeacbers Meeting Ppogramol Teachers meeting to beheld JCtntertoo Saturday October 12 1901 930 Organization Welcome A dressII H Davis ReaponscW S Hill Do our textbooks meet the demands oi the day Alex My troubles in leaching Discussion Noon childbitta Miss Blanton Coleman Civil Gov ernment G W White Recltaton Miss Bessie Ruwe Attendance How haHow to get the pupils interested C Iglebatt LanguageMiss Carrie Rowe How we may improve our meetings H H Davis Do parents show proper appreciation for the teachers work Miss Dena Wood ward What we have gotten fiom this days workGeneral Discussion Bulsness Adjournment M D MADDOX Vice Pres Chamberlains Cough Rome dy a Groat FavoriteIThe soothing and healing properties ol this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized coldsecroup and whooping cough as it al ways affords quick relief and as it contains no opium brother harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bio mIL OASXORXABarstyeits Kind You Han Ahrars Boughtt IotrrtCertainly it pays a town to have a regard lore the appearance of thingsE It costs a little but it is a good investment Men do not like to settle in a plan where the weeds grow alongt the highways and where the houses Iet pays the community it pays the in dividual to Impress visitors with the fact that surrounding conditions are prosperous and justify examination by those desiring a place of residence Ex asThe thoughtful man recalls 189397 and shudders at those heedless words Tariff Reformer THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which HeingCuredDatiyr No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Poel tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered b iatozIeatinge capable ot neutralizing and eradlcat ing this poison and destroying the craving for Intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home perfectofter d I treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter bow hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation oi thousands ofDrunk slrightWives cure your husbands II Children cure your fathers 1 This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a pisothat It Is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee withal polegitcure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy more have been ulhavlilgloving friends and relatives withou- their knowledge in coffee or tea as believe today that discontinued t1 drinking of their own free will Do not welt Do not be deluded by ap vjDriveall time The The Home Gold sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing ed within reach oi everybody a treat teIngcompany each package Special ad- vIce by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on eceipt of one dollar Address Dept Edwin B Giles 2332 Market street Pll1adelphlaI All correspondents strictly confid ei a A HAVEMEYER WOOL PLAN FreelorWool Exposed Some of the woolen manufacturers of New England are reported to undergoing a change ot heart sari I behave an acute attack of Havermeyer lam They want cheap wool therefore they advocate the abolition oi the Tar 00III on wool so that they can buy for sign wool laid down in Boston at ten cents a pound But these manufact urers want to catch em coming and going With free wcol and therefore chep wool they want Protection n manufactures of wool so that the may have the doulble benefit The manufacturers put up the pleaswhich they knew to be raise the wool grower would berproposition they urge that the present eipolicy has so restricted the market wool growing industry does not prosper Why not apply the same argument to the manufacture of wool The Pioneer Press which has never been orthodox on the policy of Pro ection asserts that the duty on wool as not promoted the development oi wool Industry and in support oi this gives some figures Montana Is at the head of the wool producing States and it will be useless to at tempt to make such fallacies go in this State The wool and sheep in dustry languished under the Wilson Gorman FreeTrade law and in t8g many sheep owners were so tearful o the success of the Democratic ticket that they did not think it worth while to breed their sheep until it was de cided that McKinley and a Republican mnjority in Congress had been elected which would make probable a duty on wool and the repeal of the Wilson law Since that time the flocks of th West have Increased in numbers by hundreds of thousands and In value by millions of dollars and the wool growers of the county are once more prosperous thanks to the Protective TariffIf manufacturers were consis and demanded that with the tak- Ing off of the Tariff duty on wool the Protective duties that have shut out English and German fabrics and our home markets to American manufacturers should also be abolished they would at least be consistent receive d hearing As it lathey are going on the Havemeyer plan wanting FreeTrade for their raw ma for manufacture and Protection the same article when manufac tured Helena Mont Record An Appeal to the later Why do you climb so high 1 Potato Why scorn our deep and hungry sigh Potato Weve loved you long we love you still We always have we always will Our thoughts and other sports you fill PotatoIWe used to peel your jacket off Potato No more that garment will you doff We take you in with peel and all And nobs and eyes both great and small No morsel do we dare let fell Potato Then must we buy you by the quarttl Potato the mellow sort YPotatoGive ear to our despairing cryvAdmit youve got your pearch to high Our longing midst O satisfynPotato Ex o v Cnn Cancer Blood Polion Eollng CiBloodthe worst and most deepseated blood diseases on earth yet the easiest to en cure when Botanic Blood Balm Is faduclngmucous patches tolling hair itching scrofula old rheumatism or ol form of catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancer eating bleed ing festering sales swellings lumps rsistent wart or take Botanic Balm B B It will cure even the worst case after everything else falls Bot Blood Balm B B B drains the ison out of the system and the then every sore heals making H the blood pure and rich and building the broken down body B B B tested for 30 years Sold Adtreatment sent free by cts Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga De scribed trouble and free medical ad given until cured Botanic Blood does not contain mineral poise ons or mercury as so many advertis remedies do but is composed ol Pure Botanic Ingredients Over 3000 of cure by taking B Bel The Salvation Army Imrpenny ice wagons for th by the poor in Kansas City pn of July an example worthy of by the richer religions de nominations of the land This la aftb 1 t IIl c Iter all the essence of true Christiani One block of ice given to misers ble ones unable to flee ftom the scorching beat out of a great citye worth a car load oi tracts and a world of convenient doctrines preached from polite pulpits 0ACertificate This will certify that D J Wilcox Road and Bridge Commissioner for the the two Rockport voting precincts did advertise lolet to contract o nIthe 27th day of May 1901 at 9 oclock a m to make a fill In slough on the Rockport and Ceralvo road and as some unscrupulous fiend who devoid of honor has circulated a rumor to pothe hurt of said D J Wilcox he bee a candidate for Magistrate in the Magisterial district that the aid DJ Wilcox did advertise said andYor four of his Republican friends where the letting was to be at oclock without the knowledge of any of the Democrats and did let his Republican friends have said contract Now we the undersigned citizens Rockport Ohio county Ky Dem crates do Slate that said advertisement did sore that said contract would be let at 9 oclock am and we further state that said contra was let about that hour 9 a m and tbat we all Republicans an Democrats participated in bidding on contract without discrlm it alien 1 G HAYDEN Dem JNO F JACKSON Dem In Memory DaniafOn September the twelfthwJust two years ago today The death angel visited our homeIAnd called a loved one away It was so sad to him TMButheaveneWhere be will forever dwell dTellHe looked the little fellow in the face While lying on his death bedIHe said be a good boy And live for God alone h- And yon will be comforted When you reach that heavenly home c He was a true and devoted Christian And his prayers are heard today In the ears of his dear chlldlenEFor whom he did so often prayn GAndBut now when they visit his old homestead He is not there to see When we gather around the fireside There is a vacant chair There is mamma and all the children But dear papa is not there The time has been so sad and lonely tlButa Where parting will be no moreAut we hope some day to meet him When we leave this world of care When we go to live with Jesus Who will all our sorrows share MARY AND STHTIA aalWhen Czo1goz is sentenced to hang for his crime provision should be made for the numberless bores who ill continue for the next generationr contend that they were present and heard the shots tbAswonderful penetrative and cnratlvet14 Ballards Snow woadPriceSouvenir collectors will be interest to learn that 100 large tables 6 chairs ia dozen work boxes n desks 24 dozen kn31e handles 24 dozen cigar cases 100 umbrellahandles and over 10060 penholders have so the been made out of the only original Soc tree of Santiago The apt R pie tree at Appomattox did less than this tot the faddlst of a great country An exchange says that It may belittle a inconvenient but we snail prob ILseasonThrTablereeves the intense Itching It soothes ti heals and cures chronic cases where surgeons lath It is no experiments sales Increase through its cures Every bottle guaranteed Price 50 In bottles tubes 75 cts J H Williams m RENDER KY Sept 18Last Sunday the Render base ball club crossed bats with AtLeltcbfieldfor Render lour innings Sloan 01JWing Struck out lout by James four Sloan Matheny none total eight Hits for Render Sloan one 3 base Wit hit J II Barrass one 3 base hit Jo Perman 2 base hit Campbell a base A it J Matbeny 3 base bit RI Ren wla 4Ma IA chc n n roTIST J IRelates How Ho found a Oaf foI Systemic Catarrh RANorrbDD 8 gRANorrlaDootorofDontillargr toThe rerun Medicine Comptayufek lower ueAtotlhtsublicocaturhremedyPeruae Ivat tOieUd throltfottwelve Iapplledtoefaldoctors the relatdyPytlnacttbroaghyourPam pbleb and took it OF Iteatirolyoattdaldconilder the cure permanent t ottb8MedIcine I For about six year I have had 1117Ibronchial tubes and lungs I thlaJt tronblecamefromw4oopingeong24hich years old and which left me wlthco Peroaet4yvoiceyears all of which I am to tes tify to Mr Hammond oddruflfs treeDrooklynRAddress Dr nartman Columbus 6tot a free catarrh book a base hit J James a base hit Blackburn i home run score for Rae 17 for Leltchfield 7 Hits for Smith a base hit T B Layman a base hit Crawford a base t and 3 base hit Pitcher for Leltch field Johnson The line up oi the two teams Render Blackburn rf Sloanland p Penman cf Campbell 3dbTHss Leltchfield I T Lay If Johnson p Meredith M Smith let b Stone c T H Layman andb j- ardner 3d b Crawford rf Shrews ct Umpire J B Render of McIIenry Est SKIN S v 1 It was 16 to i that swamped Mr Bryan He should have let mathe r matics alone and stuck to rhetoric WashIngton Star I asp Reports from the West show that this country is steadily increasing In e production of beet sugar This is i profitable industry addedtb farm productions Phlla delphla Item r When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlaiaa Stomach and Liver Tablets They easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 35 cents Samples free atZ- Wayne Griffin Bras drug store m There is no danger of any considerable number of the nations of the Old World indulging in a trade warsgalost EelieoRearedescribed the politicians SI Peoriathey cannot agree loajf enough to get drunk togetherPea riaIHJenrnal w A diseased liver declares Itself by morseness mental depression lack of restlessness melancholy aad constipation Herbine will restore liver to a health condition Price J II Williams m PaUAmlri izitiBest reached by the LINOIS ENTflAL L fl 1- 1ough service Tin MemphU LonUTtU Oi J elantlsodtlerlaodenxllnonand Ktt rii7 a sad coulitlog o- lSLEEPING CAR WITHOUT CHANGE HbTtvHSN few OrleansAND Buffaloevening departure irons New Or leans and a morning arrival at Bafialo AHIJ r BUFFETLIBRARY CARS V- En route PprtlcnUn otagDtaot the llllaolel Central and cpnnsctlng lino uiiRiT Dlr Pr Agent New OrlMB A SCOTT DlrUlon oar Agent uemphl II lUxios o r A W A KELUIXD o r A Chicago LonUfUIf hio idoa Jt asLs z w L 34AMwR3cw l 1 Hartford Republican w FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 LOX ROGIlLldllor t crro =o =ougla laM =2 CumboxltaraQ 44 1tl1ltl 6y tinHartford fab Colnrorporatea iterid it Hartford pisliffiei is seHMcliu slit Elder wwwwu wwwww I have done my best to understand my duty in i i State affairs I cant in A I dorso Sir Taylors course and to vote for Ycrkcs t would bo to indorse all f i the lawlessness of lastP wmtcrJ P MILLER vvwww www f TIIATTWOWEKSPAYBILL I Next to farmiog coalmining is they greatest industry in the county t More men are engaged in this work than all the other businets professions in the county The miner is a citizen i of the county subject to and aracan- able to the laws of the county He fir taxed to help pay the expenses of rcarryirg on the county and State governments and is therefore entit led to protection under the law The miners of this county are as a rule good and substantial citizens they Jive on the products from the farm their interest is in common with tbe iarmerand the moro money the miners makes the more ho tpcnde therefore what benefits the miner benttlta the farmer 1Sevenyears ago the miners of this county could scarcely Ret a red for their labors They were ptid iu old copper money that was worlbleta i save iu the companys store where they worked from this style of money they were promoted to another sys tem of finance made of card boad which was wonbless any where save in the store of tbe company fur whom they worked But these hardy sons of toil were faithful to their trust and labored from day to day from week to week from month to month fur this IIcard board money of the cor poration These magnanimous souls for none but a magnanimous spirit would work for such money grew tired of this sort of finance and you i dont blame them do you Mr Farm err They strove hard and long to devise some means of relief Finally they concluded on a solution to the problem and proceeded to demon I strale by appealing to the Legisla ture of Kentucky for relief They t petitioned the Legislature in 04 to pass and enact into law a bill that would force their employers to paI them semi monthlyin legal and law fnl money of the country Mr T J Smith the present Dem ocratic candidate for County Court Clerk was then a member of the subjmilted against it and used his influence against it and it was defeated Thus saying to the miners of this county Card board money is good enough for you but if you buy a house and lot and want me to record your deed you will have to pay me for it Well Mr Smith we will pay you with the same money we get for our labor No sir you will have to pay me in legal tender says Mr Smith Ah i dear friend had fellow toiler do you see how infamous is your treatment at the hands of sucha money shark Heed then the advice ofa true friend and servant and do not allow this ser pant to brguile and kiss you do not I allow him to deceive you by this os cularity process of the unfaithful It has been made known to us by the records that Mr Smith is your physical social and financialenemy If his little speech be true if he of fered an amendment favorable to you and all other miners in the State will he please publish it THE HE IruuLCAN will take pleasure in pub free and sending a marked copy to each and every miner iu the county and make due apologies for what we may have saidwith refer ence to his conduct toward the labor Ing men of this county Ah laboring men follow the advice here giv en and watch these columns for that SUBSTITUTE A TROUBLED COLONY- A good Democrats attention was calledrecently to an assembly of the inhabitants of the barnyard A tremendous cry went up from the con gregated multitude and sore distress was written upon every face The b pig was crying at the top of his voice the billy goat though mute showed signs of inexpretsable grief the goblers ceaseless gobling was trans formed to a doleful put put the goose cackled not the gander was si lent and the guinea ceased his chat tering while the pullets and the frys and the mother hen were speechless and awestricken Heal izing that something terrible bad transpiredamong the colony of fowls and their associates our good Demo I cratic friend rushed into the midst of tbe scene shouting Whats the matter here And ho immediately saw his proud and oldest cock down pu his knees iu tore afllicliou pre t- I Y J I senting son bitdfelf in the manner follow When asked the trouble the old cock replied 1 am trying to digest the Republican challenge and iiud that there are not enough rocks in my craw to meet the demand I am therefore sick at heart and otherwise The sick always elicits our sympathy and the intense neautea of this troubled soul appeals to our profoundest sympathy but the venerable old hero has called the wrong physicians to treat his case Dr Mingo says It ii their opinion that the voters of this county are fully advised touching the issues in this county campaign while Dr Matthews adds to Dr Ringos diagnosis And a joint debate would only result in bitterness and strife A sorry plight indeed In all probability Dr Ringo might instruct the voters along military lines while Dr Matthews could instruct on the assassination theory The very Weal Democratic children do you mean to say if your Republican friends were to charge you with political grand larceny with overthrowing the ballot box with stealing office with Legisla tive records political eclipes and misrepresentation of the countys indebt edness that you would arouse bitter ness of feeling and breed strife Gen tlemen is it possible that you cant face the people with your records without war and carnege Will the voters of this county elevate such a cowardly clan of men to the offices they seek God forbid JUDGE MILLER boasts long andI loud about his wonderful administra tion his lieutenants and cubs and those Democrats who admire him for his having voted for Asburry boist teruely croak that he has made the beat Judge the county ever had Mr Rogers said to Judge Miller Judge you have not dune the halt what you claim to have done for this countyI that over on your card is not 001I misleading but it is absolutely false challenge you sir to face the people and me and defend your official record your marvelous administration your political career your indictment of those who voted for MrI Yerkes for Governor Mr HogI ers sayeth the Judge the people are advised touching the issues involv ed in this campaign Icant meet you Honest unbiaeedrigbtthink ing men if Judge Millers record isI what he says it is couldt he defend it against all comers Why should he refuse to meet bis opponent We have waited two long weeks for apology from the County Judge for the false statement of the ccuntyn indebtedness which he published audI circulated over the county as avote catcher and thus far he has declined to talk Had he exercised this sort of judgment in the first place no explaining would be necessary but heI is very much like the parrot that vasI always talking Thinking men weI call your attention to the misrepre sentation of the countys business andI the manner of the Judges conduct inI the matter In summing up the in debtedness of the county why should Judge Miller say that there were 82I 000 in the sinking fund when there liked 23123 of being a cent in tbe sinking fund further why did the Judge not report his 81550 trestle audI why did he say the indebtedness was 835000 when the actual record showed only 825000 Taxpayers these are things for you to consider LAST week we made mention of the fact that Superintendent of the almshouse Mr J T Wallace could have bis claim cashed at tbe bank and Judge Miller would order the court to pay the discount In doing this we referred to the commissioners which was a mistake it should have been the Superintendent Neverthe less we take note that no denial has been enjoined Last year Mr Wal lace presented bis claim at the Ohio County Bank for collection Capt Cox cashed it and presented a bill of 813 35 to tbe Court which Judge Mil ler ordered paid Now if Mr Wallace is entitled to bis money and the county pay the discount why is not every other person holding a claim entitled to the same courtesy at the bands of the man vow asking to be reelected to the office of County Judge Judye Miller please explain Till voters of Ohio county should remember the campaign of last fall they should remember that assasnina tiou was made tbe issue frmn a Democratic standpoint and that try as hardas they might they couldnot be forced to any other question They should remember that Mr Ben D Ringo the present chairman and director general of the Democratic party in Ohio county went about over the county with a pocket full of cartridges which he flourished and exhibited as the weapons of the Civil Liberty Baud that in debate at Horse Brunch with Judge Wells r W of Leltchfield that this political windbag flourished frantically a lot of cartridges charging that thete thing were civil litartya main IYIMn BUTLER the Democratic nomI inee for Sheriff tells his friends that be was more than anxious to meet the Republicans on the stump in fact he insisted as did most of his col leagues but Judge Miller and MrI Smith said Gentlemen it wont do Judge why wont it do Were you afraid to meet the young man who opposes you on the stump Mr Smith why wont it do Were you afraid to meet your manly brave 81 dier opponent on the stump An swering these gentlemen acknowl edge that they each have records that cannot be defended They are ebamed to go befoie the public and be gouged from day to day All thou sneaking cowardly demagogues eiycili the people to home with jour families So FIK as it is potsible to judge from outward appearances andall are prone to judge from appearances more or If M the Hartford Herald is dead Interment will take place h when the sanitary laws are enforced It calls no man an assassin any longer it defendcih not the contest it is not permitted to speak on the subject of pelt ice it makes no eflort to defend its right honorable Judges false report of the countys financialstand ing If this dont constitute death politically speaking what do it epell u IF it were rigbt that assassination should be the issue last fall why not have it again Is it posssible that Democrats make hews good for one year only 1 Who would have dreamed five years ago that the Democratic party would in 1000 make their fight on assassination Were it righteous to inflame the passions and poison the mind with assassination last yearitought to be sacrilegious to leave it out now Would some good Democratic brother care to explain DISIVTEU RATION has already setup among the Democratic cindidates Some want to debate while others say it wont do and it is an open secret that it is a case of every fellow for himself and the devil for all Mr Smith banks heavily on his abil ty to trade cfl Mr Miller to deceive to play Republican Populist and Democrat Mr Wade on his for mer business career Cox on his good looks and Butler on his money Its a mess of hedge podge MR Cox says the reason he is making the race is tbat he wants to show his pluck Well Mets it does lake considerable pluck to face what you are but there is nothing in it to you after all The people of Ohio county do not want a man to represent them who wouldact dInInga of the contest were it his to dofCox go hrme to your mamap JUIKIE MILLERS overon his card says the county had 2000 in tbe sinking fund at the close of busid ness for last year Sherifid Settlet merit Book 2 page 110 says that after the sinking fund and countys treasury had been exhausted of all the countys finances that the county still owed the Sheriff 823123 Judge does your card lie or is it the record LAST fall while assassination was the issue for Democrats the present bead of that organization went to Daviess county and told the people that it was a hard matter to find Republicans in Ohio county that would swear the truth on the witness stand This and Jake Rowes brains are characteristic of the men They irresponsible windjammers aleI TOM SMITHS damned good licking aint worth a ours But then he cant afford to spread his damned grad licking all over the county hence be has decided to stay the one promised us Its a very senIsible thing to do but things ought be promised tbat way Till Republican candidates are having uiiuiuuily large crowds to attend their speakings and they are making a most vigorous and aggress lye campaign on the stump while their cowardly Democratic opponents j sneak around under the cover of night Pools old A G Benton raises his voice this week to protest againbt turning out the old and tried Judge for a young and vicious colt A G this colt has asked NowI jack to meet him in the field to rect tho jacks errors Why dontj you trot him out IN front of Slaty Creek Chinch at I Preutis is a 25foot bridge so badly wrecked that public travel can only be I possible by crossing the creek as nature made it This is some of our j present economic administration There are many other similar exam piceIJUDUR old hoy come now be good if youll just go out to one Republican speaking and see bow little there is left of you when Rogers is through with you youll just bo sur LL prised you would go borne and resign immediately Try it once Jilt jMirn leis inu miners he nl fcred a subsiltire to the Two Weeks Pay Uillu u voUcalcher lint bo takes especial pains not to show tbo substitute1 Laboring man wch this trixter1 V u take unto that the changeable bead of tbe Democratic ticket cant find time t straighten his financial slattrucnt Well these political times are nwlully busy nrmt they Judge Jo A IAUKKK takes up his broth cr Judge Miller and givta him a K vn Bunking in hid paper Yhehmne Yiiiiiie Read it iu another column it a rich rare and racy THE hover uu the Judge s card is only a votecatcher Judge il you want to tote fair with your countrymen why dont you come out and del end that falsehood The military commander of the Democratic party has lost hU bag ol cartridges it some good friend will present him a new case we may yet ave a joint debate MR Cox said be would make it hot for Mr Bennett on the sump We heard Mr Bennett speak Monday night and we side see nothing ol the heated Cox MR SMITH what did you do with that civil liberty picture the Judge son shook in ihejantioiatcsnaaas face Ollie Jame last fall Cant we have itl Bleb old boy you ought to out and bear Mr Heavrin just onetime If be dont make it awfully hot fur you there aint no herealter flIIAute all over Bowl State ol Ohio City ol Toledo ss Lucas County J Frank J Cheney mutes oath that he Is senior partner of the Crm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County end State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum ot One Hundred Dollars foi each and every case of Catarrh that cantiot be cured by the use cf 111 Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence tbls 6h day of December A D 1856 A W Gleasoll- feal Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter sally and acts directly on the blood and mncous surfaces if the system Send testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O SoM by d uaglsts 755 nails Family Pulsate the best Stoned to Death Shelbjvllle Ky StVt 23Will- Im Matt the son ol John Hart of Lebanon 0 WAS killed in this city last night by Jirubo Fields and Clar ince Cornell colored boys nineteen sod fifteen ears old respectively was a j mrneyman printer em ed temporarily on tbe Sheiby Sentinel He came to this city from Winchester in July He had been- rinking heavily for two or three Last night he wandered into a- ough negro settlement Ills confessed murderers claim that he was trying to force his way into the house of Fields mother when they stoned him to death Ills skull was crushed and he was dying when found near a ease by Anna Fields mother ot limbo Fie- ldscovdHs Kin We know of nothing better than coughing to tear the lin ing of your throat and Itlsbetter feet to cause- bronchitis and pneumoniaOnly up and you- wJJlsucceed In reducing your weight losing appetite bringing on a slow fever and making thing exactly right for the germs of consumption Better kill your cough tbefore it kills y- ouAVQT3 PQetOraIkills kind A 25 cent bottle is just right for an ordi nary cough for the harder coughs of bron chitis you will need a 50 cent bottle and for the coughs of consumption the one dollar size is most economical II rfducfd me 10 a mere skeleton I trld temediel ArtiruaingtheCherry1eomrall lllffteatoredowe iii to It MosoAaOct Va rr IN JOE Aa PARKER Goes After Jas Pr Miller Without GlovesReviews His Record and Com pares His Con fesslonst Warns Populists to Wash Their lands of Such a Traitor A Stinging Re buke ITS FACTS NOT FICTION Oar friend Judge J P Miller ol Ohio county once n good Populist and always a worthy man is the Democratic nominee fir County Judge ol Ohio county He began his down ward career by accepting a fusion nomination and gtacelully evoluted tom a fusion Populist into a lull grown Democrat ol the Upper case persuasion While this process ol evolution was going on he protested to all that he was as good a Populist as the best Jut now that it is necessary to have a Democratic pedigree which unfortunately Brother Miller has nut it seems that he claims differently In fact claims that be received the full endowment of the spirit when Bryan was nominated In 1F95 Some kind friend has sent ns two circulars from Ohio county which do not lead well for Bother Miller One is a cart Issued March i 191 which toshionoand in bolo black type he says Since the adoption cube Chicago platform by the Democratic nalinnm convention in 1896 and the reaffirms lion cf this platform by the Demo cratic puty in Kentucky I have been and am now a Democrat Further along he says- I expect to be nominated as a Democrat and hall ask the nomina lion as a Democrat There is no doubt as to Brother Millers meaning He is nolonger a Populist lie has washed his hands of his old associates and gone to the camp of the enemy In the same mall we received an other circular This was a cetitifitd copy of a letter to T P Growler It good Pipnlilst dated July 19 igto to which be writes Mr Crowder I em still a Populist and I am for everything the Populists have ad vocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomination or office And still further on he repeats with emphasis I am a Popu list From these two circulars it seems that Bn ther Miller has been trying to tote water on both shoulders This is a very hud hat to tucces ful Iy accomplish and Brother Miller will find thin to be a fact While we regret exceedingly to lose dio her Miller from the ranks of the rarty as we look upon him as a nice gentleman Mill we must deline to stop the Populist procession to wait for him to return The Populist pat ty must discipline its wayward members as other parties do or fall apart of its own weakness Populist who may feel friendly to Btoiher Miller must remember that he is no longer of our household has publicly repu dialed us and thus very ungratefully returned a cold potato tor favors he has received The Populists cf Ohio county who number many loyal and true heaitd men should refuse to be 1ganlzed a convention and nr ruinate a full tick et and give that ticket support and make no exception In the case of any man who has deserted At this timr when Populists everywhere have given up any hope of the Democratic party accomplishing anything when it appears as a foregone conclu slon that the conservative element is again tn the saddle when it Is itapo Bible for the Bryanitrs to carry any state convention except Colorado and Nebraska it is very joo judgment to sit down In saclckth and ashes because one man has pone wrong and cry out that the world is lost and hope is dead Let the old guard form anew its lines and go into hUla in Ohio county tegardless of whom it Injures and caring nothing as to what Thelelisreformer Forward That is the command Onr fares are to the r1 ing sun and if any wishes to turn back to Sodom and Gomorrah that Is his privilege but the grand a my ol Populism will not halt will not re liance its steps Forward Match Home Tribune psThe most delicate constitution can StrupItcoughs lots ol olce and all tluoit and luncr troubles Price 25 and Soc- J H Williams m OoSTORtAfltb The Kind Yen Hats Always Bought IUgrtstsro dpo- t rucky Brecklnrfdge County Clerk Dead Hardlnsburg Ky Sept g3Owen Cuunlngham County Court Clerk of Breclclnridge county died at his real dence in this city last night The The burial took place from the Meth odist Episcopal church of which he was a member Mr Cunningham was serving his second term as clerk JaA accompanied 1- VI U mucous the uioutbcnip- UoJJI all the akin 7rNs sons throat copper whited splotches e swollen glands aching UUIand bones the disease Is making 1 headway and far world will follow the blood is promplyaulefTectullllleause of this n S S S U the only safe and infallible cure for this disease the only antidote for this specific poison It cures the wont eases thoroughly permanently 1u C 0hiii8a ceflitironndBioo trleDavedid me no was aU theme l ha rame our ulcerqa red to U1 = thrust and mouth ia bool we d mot COftrcd with copper aloedrroth end oenheore I rheumatic pelt la my shoulder and rmL condition could beet beta no wont only thaeaelktlasIwee na unjertund mjr uncling 1 had shout lout alt ODe of ever betas well again wllea idecaltott7SRbut a little filth left In o medicine tft In- y a too ehauga ttasrrufnes COOInrlur sod I determined to give 8 8 8 a thorough trill Prom- uIUmonlhetlDp mintwaenptdl 8 88seemed to h yo the dl ew coraplrltly under control the sore and ulcer bated lad I wmi soon free from sit Iuiof the dlotdr 1 hex been itronondhuUhr trerdure L W SUTR bock los 6t NoLlrnille la- dSSSbtheonlY11urctyyegetahle mercury potash or other mineral poison Send for our ree book on Blood Potion It contains valuable information about this disease with full directions for self treatment We charge nothing for medl cal wince cure yourself at home THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CIA REPUBLICAN TICKET far llrprtvrnimlvr ALI n IIIVITT For County Jii lcr run MiMJIJt for fanlily nnrl Clerk JIN UAUIiM Fertnnaty Attorney n IHIVHI ior Mirrlll CAl IMflitMW IorSrlmol Nuprrlnlruilrnt JMEN 11EWLLS- IbocJaI ar TIIUMAN II lllACK for AarU- ANIIIO roe Nnrrryor JIIIIM II UIHi- nll Coinrirr neN i IAVIS Jl JSTItATrn- KONOK IIAKKKIUrtfunl IHtrkt OROIIIIAnTISfvIIIIlrktJIlIIS Mt- K C JIIIIHItKoratlll DUtrltt lit UAHMIKllifanl W trkt W T IIKNIIRUHII rentrrtnwn DUtric- tl J WIIX7OX llnrtiMirt DUttkt I UIIITUII JKRDNIK AIIKNIlottrortl DlntrWI J It IIKII Trunwrll l Utrlrl T W WIIIIIIIT 8alibir Ciirind IitriH v M nnTnimiF rJ T H II IIICSHI I Ikttkt VM XEIJllrVnlrrton Dblrlrt IIKSIIV iOiIilSHUNnewklurt IUtrWt lIae Ii a sense nl tullnein in the regior o you hit nuch niter sating II ho tu will be berrfited by n inc Ctmmbtrlati Stomachaid Iiver rablets Thry a o cute belching ad sour Htonucli They regulate the hltrU tow PclS cents Slrl by Z1Vayu OifQ t iiro ui w DONT BE FOOLEDI take the genulue arlAlnl ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEAM only by Madison Mcdl clue MdlaWI It kelp yw rude milk cut on each reekrNsrer MM Is bulkAccept a eubaM lea Ask your druggist Dl OPSycvulhl1 aatdrr our b b Ua tT l luu tw Hi T Mraflol uid Tetfparlirataot fM Da I It CKXUI1 90ft tint r atlt na How Are Your Sidney r ft nobbeaparaana Plllacore alt aidoay ilia 11Die rte Add alerting Itemed CuUbicwoor N W 1ft II t rk 7 1 rJ p t The Economy J r r t Dry Goods Store i 1 r IiI take this menus of announcing to tho st that I luivo decitled to nnnio my store R PULIi9i rJuts old stand the ECONOMY DRY c STORK I think this fits tho case and expresses j a tho full moaning of my husinesH I intend to makt it 1 matter of ECONOMY with ovorybodyto JL tnulo with me I expect to buy goods with tho ci idea of ECONOMY in mind and Still lhpm at 44 stieli close profits as to mako every purchase n r t stmko of ECONOMY with the customer In filet ECONOMY will bo the password hero nil It I1 4 over tho store You will find that to really practice 4 ECONOMY in haying Jry Goads it will bo do i cidedly to your advantage to tntdo with me In AJ this connection I wish to Spay that nay L New Fall and Winter Stock itIt is Now on Hand eonlprisds the very latest in all the novelties 4 in tho Dry Goods anti Notion line and tho cost 1 I mark is ECONOMY Dress weds in all tho I popular shadts and qualities with trimming and nil every accessory ladies and Cents Furnish JL ings of every description and of tho most modern L and servicenblo designs In fact everything that T comes in tho line of Dry Goods mad under the tj head of KCONOMY In regard to Millinery I wish to say that I think I will bo nblo to outdo nil former ollbrls in this line mid you wilt find that tho price is a synonym of KCONOMY All to convince you thatrthiEconOsttay Drjr OAS Store Is the place to trade Give ns n call and let mo fGpurchases Yours for Kconomy t It Mrs Sara Collinso fiSmithv I BELOW COSTWrA l sipa w i I have opened up n full line of Dry Jcioiln tad Groceries recently bought lit tho msineoH wile of Ralph ati I line nnd goodsIfor cash Holow I quote you n few bargains Orxxl Calico 1114 per yard aot Crash p 4 per yard Good Table Ivnen st 2 Per yard God Table hunt White at yc per yard O ol C nton FUnnel Mt 6 per ysld Good Outing Cohat ye pH Iud Good cooltd Ctnnton Flannel at 6 per lIld Coo d Carpet Wup III 15 per pound Jcnns at tc and iRo pilrMissesto too Also a complete line of Collar Ties flair pln8 Deli Ribbons and Laces ol every description The stock Is new and tcomplete in every particular Mao have a complete line ul Plain and Fancy Dress Goods Hats and Caps Boys and Menn Clothing ALL will be clrred out at a bargain CLOTHINGI r Gcxd Suit ol Clothes for 6io A to od pair ol Pants ntu t 2 25 GROCIJRIFS1 Ituvc e cnmpleta line of Groceries to le closed out cheap Remember tho pJnccJ R Foglos old stand Como nnd BO my bargains Respectfully JNO G KEOWN Hartford Ky kk ee ek1 kkl le el lekiekkkkk r 2- k9 tThe Proprietors C t OF TIlE t1ft OHIOCOUNTYFAIR x Have miide more extensive preparations Ifthis year than ever before The attrac tions ore simply grandIf 1 t you aflflot GL otd to V iss fit 1 REMEMBER THE DATES I OtolJer 3 4 6 X- 3VeI Ji Ii HARTFORD KY iC la J Ac Nt fExtend You a Cordial Invita 2 ftionto be Present 2 a aIe at Their C f 2 aIiii OIF1 a E MILLINERY I NEXT a1 xSaturday Sept28 xx x fProm 930 a m to 1000 p m 2 a 4It KM HER THE PLACE Ii y r Hartford Republican Ii =FRIDAY SIPfEIIRER 27 Illinois Contral Rallroad Tlmo Tablo Nw Urn cart tntlmt rlhct Nrnday lire 2 DUO ill nixm Nnrrh tlnntiU NiMllli tlnnnit No I2ttae 4 M A m Nu I Jl dMllIT n m 7No10 JoMT m No 11du2 t m w No Ill Uot Wp m Losst rhlNo lit Jne7tOau Non de JW p nt- H 16 yaaaevsa Aiwut k GUNS TargetRUNS Shut U18 Ammunition Etc + CARSON BROSGrocerymenll- nrlliirU Ill r PISO fe CURE F- ORiKilAeith n ut time oI JN GUMPTION I Ohio County Fn r ot 24 nys Mr Martin the Jeweler will repair your plMpts Nicest assortment ol fruits In the city at Sinf r Office Cheese and Sausage constantly on linrid at Singer Office The fairest thing thin year will be the Ohio Omnty Fnir Mr R A Wedding Aduburg call ed to see us Wednesday Try thb e sweet end our pickles at the Singe Office Pint I r If you want dainty cakes and crack era go the Sinner Oflb Mr III Chapman W tttfieli r celled toFet us Wrdheiuiay Just received new silks 4ml flinncls for thlrt wniits at Carson ft Cos C RI JJartin jeweler and watch makerlafAVilllams drug store j rCoalc I cdmtinlly on bind at the Dr for l1k YOR K HAURIS r V f r Do youlnowri that Orvds Will Iams will sellj5pn sewing machine fo Is I MrVgLAfcR Reneer Centertown rnidelts a very pleasant call Wednes day II you want R grit chotgnn at a ressoneble price got to Griffins drug v tote DG E A Carson Dentist has an office n ACotr to Crson C6B c ond rq t 1 O0 ursyon kuo w nere to gq for r hot peanutsnand butterEd popcorn Singer Office Y 1 Mr Walter Hubbard Seattle t Walihls vialllng J rilsmother Air Lucy ilubbard Jl e For your pocketbooks sake buy your new silk or flannel waists from Carson ft Co Dorn to Mr and Mrs Millard Wettmorlau on Sunday evening a seven I ound girl For puaa water lemonade pbos abates Ice cream sbeibettc got the Singer Office Say god bye to your spring suit fall Is here to stay to will buy a splendid suit here CARsoN Co Dr Isaac Poster of the No Creek neighborhood has sold his farm to Mr Willis Heflln lor 6000 II you want to buy a sewing ma chine why dont you write Gross Williams to bring you one Clothes do not make the man but one ofour fioMilt helps mightily CARSON Co You roust have queer legs if you tall to find what you want here in fall trowsers CARSON Co Shotguns from the cheapest to the best at Griffins dug store Every one guaranteed Call and see them Mrs J E Fogle and son Maste McDowell are visiting Mrs Petrie Mrs Fogles daughter at Brazil Ind Tomorrow the baptist oks meet in Hartlord to organize tbe Ohio County Btptlst Association A good thin come out Make your preparations to attend the Ohio County Pair this year It will be bigger and better than ever Commences Oil 2four days LeEK AloneScotts Emulsion is not a good medicine for fat folks We have never tried giving it to a real fat person We dont dare You see Scotts Emul sion builds new flesh Fat people dont want it Strong people dont need it But if you are thin Scotts Emulsion is the medicine for you It doesnt tire you out There is no strain The work is all natural and easy You just take the medicine and thats all there is to it The next thing you know you feel better youeat better iand you weigh more It 1 a quiet worker Send for free sample 6COT1 a Ctaakta awlISiNYJUCIII4I op dl 4 r J Dr A F Stanley it qItw Ili He jlti thought to betaking ilnid fiver Dont forget to pay your dues 10 Tim RKIUJILICAN while attending lilt fair next week Mr Jew Mclntyreb nilly have moved to the Tracy propel ty on Uo ion street near the college Mr T IL Bcnlon Cenlettovvn left yesterday for Louisville whet be goes to work on the Texas road See the stock rf new Guns at Gill fins drug store Good Guns at low prices A splendid variety of differ eat makes every one guaranteed Mrs Annie Steel who has been sow journing in Uvansvllle for the past year has rtturned to Hartlord to male her Inline home with Hartfords pec pIeYou can buy the best machine the Singer on earth of Gross Williams Try paying five dollars clown and three dollars per monthten cents per day Mr Wayne Render left yesterday at noon for Norman Okla to engage In business Wayne has many friends here who wish him success in his new home Get your field seed wheat drills and fertilizer from D L D Sander fur I will unload fertilizer the 234 of September Ten cents less at cir Beaver Dam Ky The hunting season is now at band 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 Mrs Sara Collins Smith invites the attention of the public to The Economy Dry Goods Store at R T Collins old ttaud Call and see her gcoli it will pay you Those persons holding the keys to the ballot boxes of the primary will please send them to me immediately as the time is long since due Very respy LON ROGERS We are agents lor Swills Cos Pine Raw Bone Meal This goads stands the analysis by Prof W A Scovall ol Lexington 190 per ton Better than anything else sold Why not buy the bitt CARSON Co Much preparation is belag rustle for the Ohio County FIrwhich com menses at Hartford Oct 2 and con tinues four days There will be unusual attractions this year Dont miss it List ol letters remaining dead in the Hartford post office Miss Cornelia Young Mr Ed Ellis Mr Elijah Davis Mr Willie Thomas Mr R J Smith Mr John D Pirtle Mr Isel Carter Mr John L Rock The fact that the fall is the proper time for delivering the products of the farm ought to remind our friends ol their duly to Tim REPUBLICAN Watch the tag on your paper and if your time is up send in ooe dollar for tenenewal H0 Schroeter the well known photographer will arrive at the Hartford landing October I with his Do it lug studio He will be prepared as usual to take the pictures of the peo pIe in fmtclass style at living prices There were some lairs this year that didnt amount to much but this wil not be the case with the Ohio County Pair No disappointment here Everything that is promised will be on hand Dont forget the date and be sure to attend At Hart lord Oct 2four days The Ohio County Fair Co deserves to be congratulated on selecting the Render Cornet Baud to make music lor the Pair The Render Btnd is easily the leading band in this stction of the State The public wl1 be dr lighted with their music Gentlemen of the band we congratulate you The Republican candidates art meeting with the heartiest welcome ever extended corps of candidates Large crowds gleet thtm at ever ap pointment and their speeches and sizing upof the cowardly Demo cratic nominees are enthusiastically received It is the duty ot every cit izen to know the condition ot the countys business Farmers have not the time to come to the countys seat of business and investigate the records hence they should meet at these speaking and be informed from copters o the record as to the condi lion of aflrvrs The false and UlI rep resented statements of the count buFincfs lire being exposed and tilt ptople ahojld take advantage of tht opportunity thu nffnided ADABURG KY Sept ztMr NIt Hmvtrs fun Christianchurchlarge crowd was present Rev J T tlor611tt1 his regular appointment at the Baptist chineb Saturday and Sunday Farmers are about done loosing tobacco Mr James H Ambrose went ti Beaver Darn Saturday on business Mr W T Greer and family Tatty IWVPattoaRev Mrs Cook ol Rush Centre Kanf who has been visiting friend and relatives in this community fa tie peat few weeks left fur her home todayThe birthday dinner at Mr J H enj0yablge affair Born to the wife of Mr Juhn W Keown the i6tb inst R fine boy I WONT fBLi FOUND GUILTY Trial Lasted Eight Hours and Twentysix MinutesCon tinuing for two Days The Prisoner Remiancd Absolute ly Silent all During the Day and Seemed Un affected Buffalo N Y Sept 24 Leon P Czolgotz alias Fred Nieman was found guilty of mutderin the first de gree by a jury la Part HI of the su pi erne court in having on the 6th day ot September shot President William McKinley the wounds in flirted afterward resulting in the death oi the President The wheels of justice moved swiftly The trial ot the assassin con sumed eight hours and 26 minutes and covered a period of only two days Practically all oi this time was oxu pied by the prosecution in presenting a case to clear so conclusive that even had the prisoner entered the plea of Insanity it is dobtful if the jury would have returned verdict different frum the one rendered today The announcement made this after noon by the attorneys far Czolgotr that the eminent alienist summoned by the Erie county bar association and by the district attorney to exam ice Cxolgotz and to determine his ex act mental condition had declared him to be perfectly sane destroyed the only stage ot a defense that Judge Lewis and Titus could have put low getherBefore adjournment Justice White announced that he would pronounce sentence upon the defendant on Thursday alterncoa at a oclock The prisoner was taken at once through the tunnel under Delaware avenue back to the jail To all appearances he was in no way affected by there suIt oi the trial The crowd gathered at the city hall today was the largest which has seen him since his arraignment People lined up on both sides of the big row tnnda on the second floor where court convenes Iud hinged the stairs lead ing from the floor above There was no demonstration except that of carl osity A large number ot women wltnesstd todays proceedings CENTERTOWN KY Mr F M Allen who has been sick fr several days is thought to be im proving slowly Mr J Wesley Rowe has bought the house and lot of Mr P M Allen on North Church street Miss Augusta Benton is in Louisville learning dress making Little Miss Lulu Benton was thrown Irani her horse last week and considerably bruised but not dangerously li jund Mr W A Tichenor Is on the sick list this week Mrs Tom Cartel is with us again after an extended ulslt to her daugh ter Mrs Mattie Stewart of Central CitroMAYMarriages w C Drad haw to Miss Elzibeth WilliamsJ Nelson to Miss Emma P Eartlctt J T Mason to Miss Katie C Tich enorA L Stolworth to Miss Mary C Pozitth Roy M Tichenor to Miss Gerda May Tichtnor P P Ambrose to Miss Estelle May MankerJ McConnell to Miss Rebecca Taylor HORSE BRANCH KY EDITOR REPUBLICAN I would have written this to the Heia d but know Ing how It was disgusted with poll tics I would not disturb it in Its rest I have been a voter for twenty years have never rcratched my ticket but who is it that can stick to it this taI1 You ran talk about top line or Republican rule but if this twoman rule in this county can be beat why I will stick to them but no jou can not bta J C Miller or T J Smith Why the very idea of those bosses controllng the rest of the ticket also the county committee I believe in majority rule but these two men who rule this countys Dn oracy I will not support tuclia ticket as well as others no conscientious Democrat can support It Whywill they not face the voters o this county in joint derail 1 Lf it because f1 their records ot course it is Let thtui come out among ut and defend the cause of Democracy Tnrte Is a principle their for them to dtfrd thut is what they were nominated for The voters are asking YOU to come to their rescue end not let their cause trail In the dut We give yon one more warn Ingtii you are to be worthy ofiu Mippitt Do not be elrad to defen lOUT debateI TO SEE SELECT KY The boys of the Select base ball nine are all In high filer they played Sugar Gove Sunday morning which- r reiulttd iu a victory of 23 to uln favor oi Select and Horse Branch in the evening score 16 to 2 in favor ol Select The death angel claimed for its own little Mosco Jam gln the 21st Inst Mr U tit Known bai been on the sick list fur several daya with mala rial lever Mrs J A King who has been sick 1 for qnte n v hllels slowly Imprpvlng Mr Rogers who Is running for judge Is gaining faster than any man that ever ran for office in our district you can count on 91 or roo majority Mr Rogers we are going to give it to you We will say to the rest of the precincts in the county to come out sad shov their Republicanism Down with Miller and his Goebelism SW PUBLIC SPEAKING Tho Republican candidates for the various county offices to bo filled at tho November 1901 election will address tho voters of Ohio county at tho following times and places Horse Branch Monday Sept 30 at nightManda Tuesday Oct iat night Hartlord Monday Oct 7 at I p m Beda Monday Oct 7 at night Bells Run Church Tuesday Oct 8 at night Megan Wednesday Oct 9atnight Narrows Thursday Oct loat night Shreve Friday Oct n at night Foidsville Saturday Oct 12 at night Voters of all political par ties aro requested to come out and hear the questions involv ing the interests of Ohio coun ty discussed The Democrat ic candidates aro respectfully invited to attend JNO H TiioMAsChmn S A AXDEIISOX SECY Resolutions of Respect Whereas This day being the day which the rate and beloved President Wm McKinley is taken to his final resting place and Whereas Theo Rojsevelt Presi dent oi the United States hath pro claimed this day a day of prayer and mourningTherefore We the people of Horse Branch and community in memorial service assembled desiring to express our abiding faith in God our love faith and esteem for our lamented ruler and our most high appreciation of his great works and his pure noble and exalted Christian life beg leave to submit the following I1Ve look upon the life and works of our great Chieftain as a divine gilt to the American people a wise ells pensation of Providence His lIIeI from the cradle to the grave has been such as God would have It a life of love care and devotion to the great country that honored him a life con secrated and devoted to the Christian faith 2 We look upon the death of Peal dent Wm McKinley as a calamity In deed and condemn the assassin whuI stole away his precious life as a vIII Ian of the blackest type an enemy to government an enemy to God and man 3 We indulge the hope that the next Congress will pass such string ent laws that organized anarchy can not exist in this land of freedom that the enemies of free government cannot find refuge in America 4 In the death ol our late President America sustains the loss of the great est man of the age the most profound statesman of his time a wise gener ous consecrated ruler whose life was devoted to the betterment of mankind In his death mankind loses a friend 5 In this heehour of deepest grief and sorrow we extend our tenderest sympathy to Mrs McKinley and pray Urn in whose presence her beloved husband now is to comfort protect guide and save 6 While we are towed down In pro found sorrow over the death of our lamented President yet we express our deepest confidence in our new Chief Magistrate Theo Roosevelt believing him capable In every sense to carry out the principles which have guided oar nation through the greatest and most prosperous period in Its history and carried the blessings of civilization to the Islands of the sea 7 That a copy of these resolutions be published in the county papers M B CHOWDER W M AWTRY 1 ION ROGERS Com JAS DEWUKSE i JAS A DUFF J You bridle the appetite but lyon can not bribe the liver to do Its work well You must be honest with It help It along a little now and then with a dote of Herbine the best liver regulator Price SJ cents J H s m LOST In the neighborhood of Fordsville a deed for a tract of land lying in the vicinity of Magan Ohio county Said deed was made by J B and Mary Camron to Joint P Camtoa Finder please return same to meat Hartford Ky CdOn account ol State Confederate Re union at Louisville October 22 an 23 round trip tickets will be told a rate ot one tare Tickets on sale Cc tober 21 and 22 limited to October 24 for velars Notice to Farmers To the farmers of Ohio county I have the best seed cleaner ever i Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dam for 16 50 I own the county right for fifteen years Call on or address me at Beaver Dam KyW STEVENS 9131 September 9 1901 An Ancient Foe To health and happiness Is Scrofula as ugly as ever since time immemoria- lIt causes bunches in the neck dis figures the skin inflames the mucous membrane wastes the muscles weak ens the bones reduces the power of resistance to disease and tho capacity for recovery and develops into con sumption A bunch appeared on the left side of my neck It caused great pain was lanced and became a running sore I went Into a general decline I was persuaded to try Hoods Sarsaparilla and when I bad taken six bottles my neck was healed and I have never had any trouble of the kind since Mal K T SHTOEK Troy Ohio Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically and permanently as they have rid thousa- ndsPUBLIC SPEAKING Judge R R Wedding AND Hon R C Janiapi Will address tho voters ofOhio county on the political issues oftho day a- tFordsville SatSopt28at 1 pm AND AT ASKINS At night Everybody is ear nestly invited to turn out jnoi I Thomas Ch m nRepEx Com Chamberlain 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 is very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Programme- Of Teachers Association to be held in Sulphur Springs Magisterial District at Megan October 19 1901 930 Song My Country tis of Thee Welcome addressDP Mosely Re spouse Moses Coppage Organiza tion Object of the Association Jet se Black Should the teacher have a knowledge of the home surroundings of the childMary Holloway To what extent should children be eulogized I J Hoover 1109 Recess Botany RnthShultz What constitutes a good schoolAC Porter Is theme such a thing as a lazy child Clarance DeWeese Per sonality of the teacher as a benefactor and education Lena Miller Biogra phyC W Mosley Recitation Mary Miller 1200 Noon Roll call answer by quotation Should literature be taught in the public schools J A Sandbach Best way to create an interest on the part of the pupils Dona Westerfield How to teach beginners language Jesse Black 300 Recess The child who has a sweetheart J E Mitchell Hundred per cent methodD PMosley CivicsMoses Coppage History Ion Barrett Recitation Dona Wes terfield Song Blest be the Ties Adjournment Each teacher in this district Is reo PostmasterPalmer of So Glen Falls N Y des cribes a condition which thous ands of men and women find identical with theirs Read what he says and note the similarity of your own case Write to him enclosing stamped ad dressed envel for reply L D Palmerope get a personal corroboration of what is here given He says regarding Dr Miles CuretI suffered agonizing polo In the left breast and between my 1 efrom bead troubl Z1 heart would tat Sutter then skip beat until 1 could lie lp Night after night I- would walkedyhe Soar for to lie down sudden death My condition eemd dmwtho wben Dr Mlles Dart Cure Latern111003t1fl term to ie a Sold by all Druggists on guarantee Or Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind jjrl EVERYBODYSSTOREI Rf Our buyers have returned from tho markets and our enormous stocksof Falland Winter mercliandiso are beginning to arrive Wo expect to havo them ready for your inspec tion the last of this weekand wo extend a cordial invitation t to everybody to visit us und take one look rt the largest and lowestpriced stock of General Merchandise in tho Green River Country AVo wish to call your SPEC L retention to our SHOES s Hundreds will testify to tho merits of tho Shoes wo sell but for the benefit of those who have not tested their lasting qualities and enjoyed their elegant appearance and good feel wearer wo direct this talk Our entire lino of Shoes are bought direct from first hands There is no mid dlemans profit to pay They aro made strictly according to our own orders consequently you set a shoo especially adapted to tho wants and needs of the trade When we sav 1 wo can give you a bettor shoo for the same money other ask- you for them wo know positively that wo can do it and mean exactly what we say Onr mens lino runs in prices ns follows Wido or Coin TooL25W- ide or Coin Too 150 Any style a great lino 2 225 Tho Wearers of tho age 250 Fashions Latest Production at3and 350 Enamel and Patent Calf 450 j Buells Celebrated Bootees introduction increased itsotruthfully nothing comfortable LADIES minute qualities improved J genuine as a rockt150 A Stylish Kid heavy or light 2 The correct thing 225 250 3 not largo enough tell half Braver our store you can for yourself E P BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Iiy- Neii Livery and Peed Stable Good Horses the Best of at all Times The most polito attention given customers and the kindest cure stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will handle tho FAMOUS BRAND FERTILIZERJ3TERMSsSTRICTLY CASH Stfr A Cr TAYLOR Proprkr SUCCESSOR TQ KEOWN Hartford X entuoky quested to be All teachers are cordially invited Respy WM PARK Vice Pres m Mothers write us they have solved the problem of keeping their children well Give them Rocky Mountain Tea each week A blessing to Mother and child Ask your drug gist m- An English association regarding womans happiness has offered a re ward of csoo for a greater blessing to woman than Rocky Mountain Tea Sensible move Ask your druggist RENDER KY Sept 24 Render crossed bats with Deanfield last Sunday Sloan and Matheny pitchers Struck out by Sloan five by Matheny seven Total twelve It was easy for Render to defeat Deanfield The score stood twen tynine for Render eight for Deanfield Next Sunday Render will play Leitch field at Leltchfield Last Wednesday Mr Willie Kelley of this city was united 1i ly matri mony to Miss AddieJtBrocter of Leltchfield Miss Procter Is a most popular young lady she stands high In the best ot society and is well respected by all who know her Mr Kelley is a nice man and is well respected by all who know him Mr Kelly has many friends here who extends to him and his beautiful young wile the hands of congratula tion and wish them to live long and forever be happy Mr Kelley is the son of Mr J G Kelley who Is a true Republican The attendants was Miss Ona Relley a sitter of the grcom and Mr Rills of this ilty The question is who will be the next Mr H H Harper has accepted the position as clerk far the C C I Co again at Render EEL SKIN Whites Cream Vermifuge is perfectly harmless and will remove every worm It is also a tonic and by its strengthening properties will restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Piles 25 J H Williams m Our sales on this Booteo have yearly since to the trade wo can say that there is made that is FO to wear or lasts as long Wide too Calf 4Coin too Box Calf Tipped 450 OUR SHOES Are right up to the in style Their lasting aro much Can you thick or thin soles as von like at mires that talk Ladies Kid SOLID solo and This paper is to you Como to Dam visit and then see and Rigs taken of all also OX TAYLOR present that young Hudson cts give mbnTi1ophoaoAND e1egrPh Company i I INCORPORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirtyfive establlshlugII countryThey their service aa possible service to parties living In the country within a reasonable distance of the exchangeR other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Will Isms Drug Store KyJManager y Ii ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE I i COMPANY Il1XCOBFOIUT I Talk being cheap end necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones i and build your own lines and be ia talking distance with the whole coma ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lays call on A B Pate HarlfordKy illlaut11 tGt GtCttl t t TeacherI I Tuition per Term of ten weeks 1000 I conatipsttoarorevirloonc Ertncato Voar newel wan Cuctrtta 9w w H m s A I Y J L J p TIT L4j 4 Ii I A gctablalrcparationferAs- sImftaIng croodnducguta ting ti StomLlthS andflowelsof 1Promctc3IfestContolns DIgcslionChccrful OpmmMorpuine nor Mineral Nor NARCOTIC lJZSUfml1C3ER1J11I I lcufl SJz roIKmfctJ aIffor lion Sour SomachDiarrhoca- WormsConvutsionsFcvcriStt ness cndLoss OF SLEEP M facsimile Signature of NEW YORK t cxAcTcOPYorVRAPPfl J I n I It I L7 r r- CASTIA r I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears of theFor Over In- Use Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TNI uuu coxniiT ctw Ton em I rr THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY I IncorporatedCAPITAL T fc 2500000 RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE I LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS FIELD SON= = r = == TRANSFER NE- j r== A= = = A == IV = BAETFORD irA FAST AND KASY RIDE IN TIlE MOST COMFORTAtlK VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED lIt 811ttijNf JJ h iitHtolattrly tnHijtsnry to the young nun or young wutimn who wouM win 0acre fl tnllfe Thin bring ton IItItd It I ol flrrt linimrtnaid t gt yolir trailing nt tbbool that stand In tbf Try front rook rh Bryant triton Easiness College = = == == o==IJ NI xirrl iM tonbonb ont ti fit lulliit In billing nrn- dJlUIHJa t iinf blb1 UT iirrtiiridliyliKlDcM bnown Wrltrfora TEIIUIC 1111f iiifTil iiniiIIk httllOIllrn11lIttdunluIJnlt prom ioKlilin nil nviT Inlttd Stnton It will be mnllfdrrw NIIOItTir Ii IIrarc IlIr mhuulii than our but none that tan offer oUt la O etlitteL as ASTHMA CUHE FREE II Asthmalonn Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases I ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL URITJ oln XUII i It iIIIIESS PIt1IY uLj nere Is romng liKe etsnmaiene it brings instant relief even in the worst crFca It cures when all else falls Rttge1lraslene received In gond condition I cannot tell ou how thankful I feel fol the Rood derived from it I was a lave chained with putrid sore thtoit and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever htlrp cured I saw jotr adertlse ment for the cure oi this dreadlul and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but re solved to give it a trial To my aston ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottle Rev Dr Morris Wechslor Rabbi ol the Cong Boat Israel New York Jan 3 1901 On Talt Bios Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an HayFtver AsthmaItsAlter having it catelully analjsd we can state that Astbmalere contains co opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER jgotDrGentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested wlhhasbeenhausted my own skill as well cs many others I chanced lo see your slgi p upon your windows on 13th street Nw Yok I at once obtdned a bottle uf NomernberI tbaIfilbtrcs1 it di cue Youts respectfully 0 D PHELPS M D Dr Taft bios MeJjclne C j peb 5 ig i rsntlemei I as tiouWitl with Asthma for 22 years I have triednum trollS rem9 hnMirvhveall failed I ran across your advertiferaen purtchildren and for Ms years w a un We to work Iam now in the best oi makJS RAPHAEL 67 Bast 129th St New York City Trial Bottlo Sont Absolutoly Free on Receipt of Postal MIWICINFCO1p Sold by Druggists I iJ t t I Hartford Republican I FRIDAY SEPfEMRliK 27 f TEACHERS MEETING Fourth Congressional District Teachers Association Will Meet in Bardstown Oc tober 18 and 19 Following is the programme of the Fouith Congressional District Mao elation which will convene In Bards town on the iStli nnd 19 h of next monthFriday Music Invocation Welcome addressSupt J Tyler DavisResponscPris Barkstnle Hamlet Piano Solo Miss Daisy McIntyre An Educated ManA B Raine Afternoon session Music What theSuperttitendent should do and what he should not do when ht1 visits the schoolsSupt W Jtfl Lee The more excellent wayG K Holbeit Currei t literature Miss Pearl Ben ham Music Should the third class certificate bt ibollshen General discussion led by Prof A C Button Piove your possibilities O M Shnliz Training clilidicn Miss Kntit Sweets Apt ointment ofcommittees Music Adjournment Saturday morning Music The leather in hitiry Snpt Chas Wil llamaKodaksV D Spalding Music The teacher and his vokW G WelbornThe verbs oi Pedagogy Mis Cosby Common rchool graduation Supt U V MtCbrney Dlscuslon Some pulgogeal po1bilittesR- II Hull Music The prep trai ion teachers should haveR E OCOtt Fotce of envitonrutnt P I Yutes Afternoon seslnu Music Is gee cent or loa taxation the way to lengthen the Una of the public school Ducusslou led by Supt J R AshlcckReading circleS C Stevens Reports t Treading circle work Miscellaneous matters Adjourn Excellent addresses are promised for the Friday evening session A special programme will be arranged Committee on Programme Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Thirty Years of Suffering I sufleied lor tblity years with liarrhoea and thought I was past being cured says John S Halloway ol French Camp Miss I had spent CO much time and money and suQered so much that I hud given up all hopes of recovery I WAS so feeble from the fleets of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind ot labor could not even travel lut by accident I was permitted to find a bottle of Chimberlnlns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taking several bottles I am en tirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anx ious that it be in reach of all who sul ler RS I have For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the T TSignature of iaf7x7cc HEADACHEo CURE CONSTIPATION lltrilt XwH Cpu7 tlkfa VMlrtl Iw TKt lir aitdrugnuOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes yourbloodter out the wute or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fan to do their Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess cf uric acid In the blood dueta nelet4kidney trouble unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney arteriesitkidneysbut beginnillF by first doctoring your kidneys The mild KllmersSwampRootsoon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits tIPrby all druggists In fillY sent and onedollar sir H es You may have a awepaootfreeout If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 65 Co Binghamton N y I iA i Millers Financial Statement OfOliic Cctlritsr Aiiiinnt li DultiJonunry J ISOS15000siiiitiit- 1iijltoilaIe 817000- Aiiiuiiul in Sinking Fiunl 2000 Amount duo Sinking Fund fur 1101 fiOOO Total Itciluclluu 24000 Amount unpaid January 11902 11000 fc2= WHAT THE RECORDS SAYSsfir Indebtedness ml judged by the Ohio Fiscal Court Order book No1 p 318 988000SO4O- hio County Bonds told1ec 20 98 3000000 Balance duo County fur 1808 tax as shown by Shorifls Settlemont Jan 8 ISm 508853 Amount of Bonds that should have been issued and sold2491147Am- ount of Bonds sold Dee 20 OS 3000000 Bonds paid January 21 lStfl500000BO- UCIS paid October 10 1900 500000 BUilds paid December 22 WOO 200000 Total Amount paldSI2000OO Balauce due on Bonds January 1 1901 1800000A- niountduo for Iron Trestle on Hartford loveo 155000 Balance due Sheriff as shown by Settleniet January 10 IDOl Book No2 p MO 23123 Total indebtedness Jan 10 19011978123A- int of Tax collected for OSOO and WOOSlIaGO Aint of Tax collected for 95OG and 1807 7073522 Excess of Taxcollected for 98991900o- ver 9 96 97200844Ai- ntpaid out on orders of J P Miller na Coun ty Judge for 99 nnd 19002020AiA-mt paid out on orders of Jno P Morton as County Judge for 90 and 97 150377 Millers excess over Morton S 51670 itA man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort of thing that he likes Kwpy JXO II THOMAS Chmn Rep Ex Com HOW TO DEAL WITH TRUST Proposed Imposition of Discrim mating Duties Against Their Prcducts The New York Evening Post Is a free trade paper and on occasion has not hesitated to recommend the abro gation of the Protective ratiO as a proper method of dealing with trusts It Is evidently revising its views on I the subject lor a few days since it suggested that the tight way to over I come the trust evil is to act on the proposition made by 51 des Town dies who urged that a special coun should be retorted to allAmericanto the fact that Mr Schwab the Prcf ident of the United States Steel Corporation had admitted that it was I true that American steel was sold at I lower rates for export than for theI home market and it assumed a foreign country would be justified in discriminating against the pioducts oi the trust thus forced upon them to the detriment ol their own workers Of course if it would be proper for France and other European nations to resort to such a method it would be equally so for us We know thtt the Post was not looking at the matter from this standpoit The Post never does look at anything from an Ames ican point of view but it is neverthe less true that the United States has suffered more from the dumping pro cess in the past if the Protective Tar if were removed than any other na tion Our experience dates back to 1815 when at the instance of Lord Brougham the British manufacturers unloaded their surplus goods on us for the avowed purpose of dif courag Ing manufacturing in this country and the experiment successfully tried at that early date was lepeated when ever the United States committed the indiscretion of making their ports a free dumping ground fir foreign manufactured gl o Is It is Idle to assume that it would be Impossible to victimize us in the saute fashion in the future if we resorted to free trade The Post knows or ought to know that the United Kingdom in now suffering severely from the ef fects of America arid German dump ing and that excellent critics of the situation have asserted that there is no way of avoiding the evil while the country adheres to free trade Under the circumstances would be superla tively fcoish for us to open the doors to the inroads of foreign trusts in or der to punish the domestic offender foreigners feel that they are IrJured a sort of trade which it would be Iasvadlng products We shall have no occasion to regret such action fur it would probably result in compelling the trusts to deal with their domestic patrons on a fairer hauls in order to promote consumption The Post says This is perhaps ro n hope ful way el arranging the terms of In ternational trade but It In the only way we can think of as at all feasible or warding oft the American pert Of course the Post Is only o irerned about the peril In which the foreign manufacturer and his workmen are placed by being obliged to compete with improperly cheapened product I LI L LL but Americans have a right to combat the peril of an Invasion ol Euro pean cheap goods by the same means and they will do so if wide counsels prevail Sin Francisco Chronicle r Ho Owes His Lifo to tho Forethought of a Companion Whil on a camping trip in Web str county Mr S I Stump of Njr mantown W Va hnd a severe fnkof bloody flux He says I firmly believe that I owe my life to the fre thought of one of the company who hail taken along a bottle of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Moral Procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home It canrot be obtained whets on a hunting fishing or prospecting trip Neither can it be obtained while on board the cars or steamship and at such times and places it is moo t like ly to be needed The safe way is to have it with you Thousands 01 travelers never leave home on a journey without it For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bto m Is it possible that American su premacy In shipbuilding can only be restored through the operation of a gigantic raonoplzlng trust II so hiw did the Inf nst industry grow ro rapidly in the early pat ot the last century when trusts were unknown And is this the best the only the in evitable substitute for intelligent Congrefsioral action Philadelphia Puolic Record Torr1akeCeenets orlSC If C c C fail v lire drussUts refund moan p Down in South Catolina McLaurln Is drawing the crowds and Tillman Is doing the cursing Peoria ill Jour nal o- The Democrats might claim credit the prosperity of the past lour Ior on the ground that they failed elect Williams Jennings Morav ian Fats N C Yellow Jackrt r Chrley Towne is still dipping Into the prosperity which he once upon a timeor often at many times rather said could not exist under Repub lican ruleEaton Ohio Register IlrMtt with Poe wktker enatlai the am kllllnt tob4CtO ktklt Jl OTOII rimou tlidirfoetoLMcowltb I it WIICIill10 boMt10 I r oCI- a lm l o I lIhobrTIUIIIIpIO UrIJIIdI4eirf4 ao- eaui IM IdC CWui 5M Ca Tt Mr Free Trader Please tell us why the country Is better off now than In J 896 TilE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltlonAI most a Dally at the Price of a Weekly Tb IrwMedtlnl campaign Iotr bat the world got on Jmt the fame and It U lUll olnetfi To learn the new lat ni It It promptly and Impartially all that JOB how to do U to look In th cotomni ol Tb ThrlcwiWwk Edition ol the Sew York World which come to tb tab crtbrr 1M time n fent The ThrlcaW k World diligence lunpnb lUhrr ot Unit new hai given It circulation whrr ncr the English langaogo U ipoken and you want It- Tha TbrltlloaWeet World regular aabicrlp lion price Ii only IOO per year We offer thli unequaled newipaper and TRill RrrCBLtcix to tether on year for 1160 PIIjpro HORSE BRANCH KY Jttttrnic out b y how iro yr u how do you find politics lit this county as you go tramping throng Well Turn It ft Its r lty Mue gui dnrn the tuck n tn me nnd you nnd Duller the pip U alioady up I What seems to lie the trouble Jim I thought I had every tiling already fixed just tell the v t rs in this theres no politics Thats just what I tell them but it always seems to bring to mind those speeches I made back in 99 You know in 1900 in one ol them I calm and it li still fresh In the voters mind that McKinley hall sent forty thou n1d harlets women over to the Philippines Well by gosh I wilt tell lOU Jim of mutter may that In poll tee Is ftlr just swap them oft from hotter down tall hide and hair- I have done tried that old trick Tom not one of them will every Republican candidate he hoi a ptlfeclllncb knowsI Theres just one more Jim that I am going to make just tell them that you arc lor everything that will help the laboring man I had not tl ought of that Tom II butitherespayers standing in my path I With nil of these things hanging over j on and still as sunny snore II wilt be bound brand you myself with that cmcl nevkin g band I I have stood right up t you Jim sail never did I shirk hut I will be bound to swap YOU with the rest to make my ell the Clerk I am a political trader myself TomI ind you wont fiad It to funny when you swap me cfl aid tide In on the candidate for Sheriffs money The liibvrtng men and miners want to know why jo voted against their two weeks pay bill buck In 94 Just one snore thing Tom the voters seems to know just how cease the 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Mo H II llardwkkUnl raWr RtWwhliKton II II Allen Awt lea raw AllfHt Lout Uo 1 NEW THROUGH LINE Bl1WICIt crAlt8rUI AltO CHICAGOA new through car line baa bee established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwse Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services Is as follows 1 NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun LvEvansvile 73oP m 730001 Ar Chicago 700 am 700pm SOUTH BOUND Dilly Er Sun Lv Chicago 84apni 83o1mCAr Evansville 805 am 5soprn Through sleeping cara on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ofyoa local ticket agent I A FREE PATTERN your own Kictio to scary sibscriber Oily 10 enew a ran MSCALJSA C MAGAZlNE I A LADIES 1 11 bUl iiwejiT UIIJ HJ UrliaIjj C UiratMUwulM 4 I Stylljk XalahteSIai ul and JlkaolatilT e arltctrittlay rapar Pati- scuMCALJWT PAITERMS A AI e AJIewM rlfft tII1t 1M t i or 91 t sad s 5h suheiae l U4lwpf57miflh All Irh 10 If 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