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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3- I V ii H J j THE HARTFORD REPUBLICANtFine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PAIn IN Ml FODSIH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 ayear I F VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 1901 No 12 The doctor lomttlmei past a harder nteucethejadgeS given below the doctor tcntenced her to puulabIDtntaraloct the sentence and commenced the Me of Doctor s Pierces Favorite rnseriptfcm In a ew weeks abe was a well woman Itt a peculiarity of the cures e- ffectedbytbenieP Doctor rierce1 PavorH Prttcrip tkw that they are cute of I SPT chronic dUeaaea A woman soften wttlasaaa 7peullr to btr aex the take taedkat gets no lueUaraMhaaiao ovuamtneaDr Pierces Favorite Prescription anti findi a and cure Fa rorite Imcription establishes rein Urity unhealthy drains heal in- fiammatlon and ulceration and sure female weakncaa foot o my fcMllh bcna to ML vrlln tin NrllT M Rrnnft ol Olnowoed IuavydraqneI x r mt 41 poor Monuth d mind OophuldaoMld I wu ortnrorkcd 1 other uld I h4 coacntkn and fl1r of ntrrui He treated me sine month and asid I puMdlheduoIUfI became dUcoarand sad beni iirlnr Doctor Htreft Ptvorlle Fmtritk Took a le vponM tllft time dr i ban fcellnf better t r Am cditr mr third bottle now DrtIto hnllk Uwflwin women would firt U a fclr irkl they woukj ifre It pnlM Dr Fiereea Common ScOtt Medica- lMT4r paper corer II sent frw pa paytLVIcicefluff1oNVM n1ra Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Wilt practlr kl profcMlon U nil the eoirt of adCotrtolAppaIRncnt ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTroHn KT wilt praetkahU prolwlaa la all the eonrUof 0100 and Court ol Appeal ITomptaid Mrafil n l4teratloa alvin 11 HiieMe tnuU4 4tO bIlL DOt our Vile Unity hank I S lINO B WILSON AT LAW HARTFORD KY attentIon riren to tOIwUoomUc abtrsrtaIr aim Notary InWIe for Ohio rosa ty OOranortkaldpublhciar C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW II RrKU SLY WIlltI kin profrMlon U all the enirU ot I Ohio and ailJoliliKrooitlMandOuirtofAppMU I Hp dJ atUclloa rirn to all bn lm atnu to I Ikiacar OmlnoAlIaoaclnContbOIiF I ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTIOUn UY I Will practlcola th Oat ot Ohio county and 4 4 Court of Appeal ronpt atteiUo Klrei to all tiiilM ntrwud to kU ran Ofc In Herald bidding c J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFOPD Kr- Whihprndleblal0hIOnln Ohio aidadlolo BKCogatlw prchalattenUou 1iutonUhOiI- Sm itruud to kl can S P ROJ3- Y4TTORXEYJIT LA W- roRllftVllli HEKTCrUT with pnufMra Ma profeuloa la alt thus court of Ohio and ndjoinlnurrflontla andOoortot Appal pedal aUnUoa glren to olhoctlooa JOUN P MORTON ATJOJtNEY AT LAW IIARTrORll KT- Pperlal attention irlTrn to nil bullet introit sto Ma can lOra ha coulboo C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will prth hIs 01100 la an tkcoirtot Ohio aidadjolnlnn countle HprtalattiMoa will b Klren to all ntrnitod to kl can tollMtlou a iprclalty E P NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY will prnctlt bla profelon In all tk tort ot Kentucky atUitlon given to eollMtloni ttlemnt of ndnftau Toad roars and rrlBlialprMtk oarenPetalrOftmR1OCk J 8 R WEDDINGAnO- RNEYUHlCOUNSEUORitlAW HARTPORD Ky J will pa t liii prol lon In all the route of Ohio and adjoining conntle and tk Court of Ap JrOmpt ttinthon IIIA to cli boniness Itsto him Offlwln nirutuctii kilUli n B WUDDINO Attorney at Law UARTPORt KY Will practice hi profwlon In tb cnnrt of Otto sn4adJohaIDacQvRt tAbl Southern Railway Through El lit Diet Southern SUM- KENTUCKYTBNNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR OAROLlrfAGEOR1GIA lUlwt Three D Ur Trains B twn Lojli c Tlli andf eilnirton ObMrrnUon Chair Traini heftYC and nrrlr 1olllnlllrrolll8enolb Union connection with train of the luiohsOntrah8allroadaud LhIStLftfl Forlnformatlonaldreiae 4th ATI LoaliTUl Wit H TITLOK AnUUnt O P A LooUrUl 1CvLP Millers Financial Statement O Olaio Cottraty Amount ol Debt January I 1898 35000 Amount paid to date 17000 Amount in Sinking Fund T 2000 Amount due Sinking Fund for liJOl 5000 Total Reduction 24000 t Amount unpaid January 1 JD02S 11000 1f WHAT THE RECORDS SAY e Stf Indebtedness adjudged by the Ohio Fiscal Court Order No1 p 348 983000804 Ohio County Bonds sold Dee 26 98 3000000 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 20 98 3000000 Bonds paid January 21 1890500000B- onds paid October 10 1900 500000 Bonds paid December 22 1900 200000 Total Amount paid1200000Bal- auce due on Bonds January 1 19011800000 Amount due for IronTrestle on hartford levee 155000 Balance duo Sheriff as shown by Scttlomet January 10 1901 Book No2 p 140 23123 Total Indebtedness Jan 10 19011978123A- intof Tax collected for 9899 and 1900 8191366 Amt of Tax collected for 9596 and 1897 7973522 Excess of Taxcollected for 98991900 over 95 96 97220844Ai- ntpaid out on orders of J P Miller as Coun ty Judge for 99 and 1000202047A-mt j paid out on orders of Jim P Morton usICounty Judge for 96 and 97 150377 I Millers excess over Morton 51670 A man that likes this sort of thIng this is the sort of thing that he likes Rcspy JNO II THOMAS Chmn Rep Ex Com 1 CAs ro1lXA-hn R JS Bou- ht8Iput 114 tl TILE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWcek EdltlonAI most a Dally at the Price of a Weekly Tk Presidential campalm U over bat tine world goes 0111110 tkt aame and It IU olnewi Toissrntbhnwa Just a It hproinptljaiud ImpartlallyaU that yon bar to do I to look lltb colorant of Tloo TkricvaWrek Edition of the Stew York World which come to tbeiub amber 1M UmM a 7- TIIThl1WHt World dllkmc a a pain Uiker ot first news baa rtren It rlrcnlatlon who- rTr the EnxlUh languAge U poken and yon want It- Tk Tbrle aW ek World regular obncrlp UoapriraUonlytlOOperyear Wi offer this lieqialed newspaper and Tic ncrciLICAX to sitter one year for 141- ThItfIIIlIIbau1ptloa price ollb two pa- P I ttog CASTORIAFor TM KM You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of t6att ZS es Ir Baa YOM floweu with Caicanta foreverZ0oe We the jury find that the deceased came to his death from heart failure caused by nct taking Rocky Moun tain Tea made by Madison Medicine Co 35c Ask your druggist m CASTOnXABun luIbeKM Yra Han Atari Boigtt Bigutu 1I ol cIZr Open our ports freely to what we cannot produce at home and to nothing else That is consistent Republicanism Mr Babcock L The Hawaiian womans club at Honolula debated the question Is It better to tike Rocky Mountain Tea I hot or cold Either way it mogul ties your pleasure Ask your drug gist m St- NuccenaWoilliI Jtnowlnc I provcslloghTonheFever Hotter than Calomel and Qnlotne Con tAln no Annenlc Oaarnitc dtry It At Pear KIta Me and IM boW S71W w I ttrMUwlth YO wbetbr eAotlnoe tb- nresiIlIIagLbeeobnbit oTUIoC 0 lbs for IobotO with alnrudjtress 10 IJ10 ins bo 000lalleallln tJifbISboeIbi-guzaratJtoearorsrfn4 nrney KU aesinje CUMO IMUMI Ins Inst JARNAGIN Writes a Strong Letter Cor recting the Assumed Editor MORE TRUTH FORCIBLY TOLD Heaver Dam Oct 4 I notice In the Hartford Herald ot this week an article from a prominent citlztn head ed Let the Tiuth be Told Now that is a wise thought and I wish to suggest or I know of no one more needy that the Herald that the good work begin with them The reason I so suggest is because Ieee the fol lowing In the aforesaid Herald Afterward however when three miner In thin county did want a bill passed In their In trrent they employed COQDHC and hud such a till ai they wanted prepared here andwntlt up to the Ilepnbllcaa member of the legtoU tore from this county llr Jnraagln with po tltlou rom the miners that the bill U Intro duced and panned The Republicans then had a majority and the bill tonld hate been panned Instead ol giving tithe small aid to the union miner ol this eoonty for whom they now protons 10 much friendship this Itf pnbllean ItepmentatlYe merely introduced the bill but never coiled It up again or tried to neeore Ite poiarc Now anyone who cares to believe truth will tell you that the Republic ans never iu the his ory of the Slate controlled the legislature of the State j It is true the Republicans elected a majority f the Lower House of Ken tucky in 95 but the Democrats con j trolled the Senate and also it will be remembered that Col C M Barnett I represerted Ohio county at that timej and not myself The two served in the Legislature the complexion were In the politicalI 98 Democrats 76 Senate Democrat 27 Republican z i in 1900 House Democrats 60 Republicans 40 Senate Democrats 26 Republicans 12 The Herald sass the miners sent a bill to me to be passed So they did and I put it thioagh In 98 U trodnc ed bouse bill 170 or miners allowed another to copy my bill and introduce it Nevertheless I voted for it spoke for it even when its assumed author provided an amendmect which would have killed its every purpose sue ccded in passing it through a Democratic house as I before said was 97 Vt 24 Democratic You will find the vote recorded on page 301 bouse journal 9g I did not stop with it there I lot lowed it to the Senate asked the min ing order to send delegates and it sent W J Campbell who is now sec retary of ol N M of A and one Mr Reed We labored with the Senate committee and finally bad to compro mike and got a monthly pay law which Is in force today As to the legislature of 1900 I In troduced bill prepared by the miners themselves see page 6534 house journal 1900 In due time it came to its passage and every member of the house voted for it it never became a law simply bemuse the Senate26 to is Democratic would not take It from the Senate committee If any one doubts the truth of this state ment I refer them to the house jour nal 98 house bill 170 page 301 and house journal 1900 house bill 64 pages 123 247 349 653 and 354 If our Democratic friends want to ma CUBZS with regalable JsJEavrauAd ADM 1a taa 171 at lena Ivolhlnb rf all iyptoms rmov v2 TMtlmonlali and TIB DAYS trwtmuil less pa u a axus 101IlIox LAthantOe DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps IGUARANTEEDUor THE BEST Hay Dule Ties Coilwire Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Gallon McHenry Mfg Mach COn Mcllonry Ky exact themselves by truthtelling I kindly ask Jhem to pnt me right before the public by giving the facts In the case Respy- R C TARNAGIN For all iresh cnta or wounds in either the human subject or in ant mals as a dressing Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for sores on working borsee especially if elot to heal or suppurating Its healing qualities are nnequaled Price 25 eta and 50 eta J H Williams m r Products of Foreign Cheap Labor Nowaday when the attempt ia made even more frequently than for merly to show that the cost of labor in this cO1 la not in com parison witbibrresultsaccornpiishTdf than is the cost of labor in other countries it is not out of place to point out a rrost striking instance in which the falsity of this claim is made man ifest The traveler to Colorado Is everywhere ibrought face to face with articles of all kinds which are made out of pollshld agate He finds paper Icnivea watc charms glove button era bat pjns scarf pins paper weights all made of agate He in evitably buys one or more of these are tides as souvenirs of Colorado The articles are souvenirs of Colorado in that they are made out of agate found in that State but they are In no sense souvenirs of Colorado indus try or evens souvenirs of American industry Very rarely indeed Is it the case that any of these ar tides are made in this country The rough agate is sent to German artisans and the finished products are then reship ped to the United States The manu factured article pays a low Tariff upon entering ont ports but even so ac cording to the statement of a dealer in such articles in Denver so much cheaper is German labor of this char acter that the cost of the manufactur ed agate article with Tariff and trans portation charges added Is not over half what it would have been if the labor had been done In this country If the FreeTraders really want to make an Issqe over comparative wage rates in this country and abroad the upholders of our Protective system will go gaily out to contest the point with them That would be what might be called easy Dizziness loss of appetite flatulen cy and nausea are all connected with dyspepsia or indigestion Herblne will give prompt relief Price 50 cts J H Williams m No nation can get rich by taxing Itself said the antitax folks year after year Down with the tariff taxes And now that we have got rich in spite of their theories they will want to down the tariff It looks more like a case of blind preju dice than of sane reasoning Ex Whites Cream Vermifuge is a highly valuable preparation capable from the promptitude of its action of clearing the system In a few hours of every worm Price 25 eta J H Williams m THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatmont by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses Wonkonlncof the Nerves A Pleasant and Positive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drnnkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by parlodlcal or constant use ol Intox liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat log this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faiths ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the mort obstinate case no cutter bow hard a drinker Our lecqrds show the marvelous transfprmdtion ol thousands ofDrunk uprlgbtWives cure your husbands II Children cure your fathers 1 This rem edy ii In no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and Is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge or the person tak tog it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own Iree will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach oi everybody n treat ment more effectual than others costing S26 to 50 Full directions ac- companY each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept I Edwin 0 Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid eotlal jjjjj LYNCH LAW Discussed in an Able Article from the Pen of Rev Drane EDITOR REPUBLICAN The following may be of Interest to the reading public regarding Amen can anarchism During the sixteen years 1885 to 1900 inclusive that detailed statistics have been kept by the Tribune the number of lynchings and other illegal executions reached a trial ol 2516 Of this number 2083 were perpetn ted In the South ern States and 436 in the Northern 2 465 of the victims were stales and fiftyone females 1678 negtoes Sol i werewhitestwestboneacreiadinsnine Mexicans The crimes are alleged crimes which caused the people to take the law into their own hands came near exhausting the calendar Murder and rape head the list in point of number but there is a total of 112 other Censes given as excuses for exercising lynch law Some of the crimes were of the most petty nature For Instance one man was lynched for slapping a child another for jilting a girl another for drunkness another for throwing stones another for enticing a servant away two paid the extreme penalty for eloping two for writing Insulting letters three for being unpopular two for practicing voodooism three for keeping salons five for swindling and two for gambling Ten persons were executed for no offense wnatever while ninctytvo were lynchedor unknown cause Vigi lantes are charged with fourteen deaths whitecaps nine Indians one moonshlnets one desperadoes one Every State in theUnion with only five exceptions has been the scene of one or more lynchings during the last sixteen years those without this blot on their history being Deleware Massachusetts New Hampshire Utah and Rhode Island The States having the largest number is Mississippi with 255 to its dis credit Texas comes second with 247 and Louisana third with 221 Georgia has had 249 Alabama 210 and Ten nessee 169 The Northern States holding the record for lynching is In diana with 36 But two Northern Territories exceed this Indian Territory having bad Citythree and Okla horns new as it is thirtysix 1111 nols has bad fourteen lynchings in sixteen years Each year seems to be distinctive for a particular cause iu Judge Lynchs court In 1885 the feeling against horsestealing was es pecially severe the number of execu tions for that crime being thirtyfive In 1886 the vigilantes were unusually active lynching seven In 1887 voodolsawaa first regarded as an offense grave enough to justify sudden death without recourse to the law In 1888 the horse thieves were again given co mercy ten of them paying the extreme penalty eight were lynched ia this same year for arson In 1889 It was the outlaws and desperadoes who suffered most nineteen of them being strung up by mobs In 1890 race prejudice claimed five victims and political prejudice three The most sensational feature of 1891 was the summary execution of eleven Italians in New Orleans for ale leged conspiracy to murder In 1892 the crime of horsestealing cost twen ty more men their lives In 1893 the whitecaps began operations lynching one man one sooner was lynched this same year 1894 was a year of lynchings for petty offenses colored men paying the extreme penalty for asking a white woman to marry writing letters to a white woman in tioluclng smallpox swindling and conjuring In 1895 a white woman was lynched alllo a man for being dis reputable A counterfeiter was strung up in 1896 also a man for slapping a child The whitecaps claimed four victims In 1897 and in 1898 violation ofn contract cost one man his life In 1899 five men were hanged with out it trial because they had bad repu tations In 1900 race prejudice was again to the front with ten victims Of the 101 victims of lytchlaw during the present year seventysix were colored twentythree white one Indian and one Chinese Murder was given as the cause for twenty seven lynchings rape twenty murderous assault six race prejudice five arson four attempted rape our theft three sheltering mutderer three suspected cattle stealing two stealing horses four train wrecking one unknown offense one keeping grambllng house one resisting arrest one robbery one insulting white woman two assault big white person one whitecaps one mistaken identity one In Hoy Writ weare told Whatso ever we soweth that shall we reap and yet during these years have been sowing lawlessness and crime until now we are forced to call for help to stop foreign born nations from doing what we Americans have been prac ticing for at least sixteen years Our sins have found us out G W DRANK i I SOCIETYPEOPLEWHOUSEPERUNAIM Ion ai leading man In The Heart of Maryland company writes the follow ing letter to Dr Ilartman of Columbus Oln which he gives hta opinion of the catarrh remedy Fcrnna Mr Johnson says la all my experIments with medi cine la the effort to Improve a condi lion Impaired by overwork I have found nothing that baa done to much good al Perun Asa tonicIt isgrand Itake pleasure In recommending It to professional people and to the public generally I Ills slitorMlis Abbe Johnson a talented young actress and society woman I also of Washington D C speaks in the BhOlayuI II heartily join with my brother Mr I Teat Johnson the leading man in Ii Tho Heart of Maryland in testifying to Peruna as a fine tonic Professional people who are travollng from city to City should not be without Parana The above letters were written from Washington D C Fourteenth and I streetsMr Robert D Mantell the great rp mantle actor says Peruna Is re freshing to the nerves and brain It makes me feel like a sew man The purchase of bonds by Secretary of the Treasury Gage goes on and stringency in the money market con tinues to become a more remote possi bility Troy Record Kindly take notice that Elys Li quid Cream Balm is of great benefit to those sufferers from natal catarrh who cannot Inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stool for years at the head of remedies for catarrh It may be used in any nasal atomizer The price including a spraying tubs is 75 cts Sold by druggists and mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York C S ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY liicoiroiit Talk being cheap and necessary 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 coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on A E Pate Hart ford Ky WORMS tonic excellent for conghs cold anti hoarseness to which they arc so liable Late hours Irregular meals the cease Teas rounds of social duties the const lubntsapplng of nervous vltalltymkka the society man or woman especially liable to affections of catarrhal origEa Vice President Roxa Tyler prominently connected in Chicago and Vies President of the Illinois WomanrAV llancoin a letter written from 11101u 60th street sayss During thepastTeM gradually lost neb and strength eatH I was unable to perform my work properly Peruna gave me sWJU and restored my strength It toe George Backus in Way Down Cut Co says I I know of nothing so efflea dons in the speedy relief from hoarse ness as Pornna It la invaluable to all persons who use their voice In public wont It almost Immediately relieves huskiness and renders the voice strong and natural Mba Maude Lillian Berry one of the leodingopcraslngera ofAmerica writes i Long ago my nerves were In danger ol absolute and hopeless collapse from the strain of hard work study and excite ment A friend sent me a bottleof Fe runa and prevailed upon me to take It I did with marvelous results A book on catarrh sent free by TheF runa Medicine Co Columbus Ohio 0 Hughes Chill Toni- cCPa1atab1e I Betterthan Calomel Quinine IContains no Arsenic RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC FEiT ont Ff rer It Never FailsJust what need at tliia seasonMILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC 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anti of the highest order It contains neither sea sat onalism nor provincialism It already has 340000 subscribers and this number is constantly mcreawa A Live Atent Wanted la Every Community Most Liberal Terms Subscription Price SIOO a Year Tea Cents a Copy Send Ten Centsforasarnplecopy and we will send you an elegant 25 inches In size Lnndseers famous painting Defiance orStag at Bay Mention this offer when you write Address WOMANS HOME COMPANION Springfield Ohio 5 I q ns I L 010 JL 000 ameartm t V r w WS- 1 1r4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER II ION lUlU lnSIIIrcC=CQt c- n gh nlvr == saued fldays by fhHatfod Pub ColneoporatdI htere al Hartford postoffiClIS S8ttll class mail matter S f I have dono my best to i understand my duty in A State aflairs I cant in dorso Mr Taylors course J and to vote for Yerkes f would bo to indorso all the lawlessness of last iI willterJ P MiLLER A FALSEHOOD NAILED The same man who attempted to defeat our twin brother for the nomil nation for County Judge last winter with that A G Benton letter i now seeking his defeat through infa moua misrepresentation creating and circulating falsehoods Miss Lou Herrel Rockport was examined f p the July examinataon for teacher license Prof Woodward graded ber papers and gave her the grades the made on tbe various studies As the Superintendent only bad a few blank certificates Miss Herrels certificat was not issued until the next meeting of the board in August when a sec ondclats certificate was issuedinstea of a first thiough Prof Woodward I mistake as he states in his letter to the Herald Wednesday Following 1 is the Heralds conglomerate fast hoods The iiosulble otto of some cantlldiitw auil the trltkcrjr of politic I nlroont It finding oat Would rtapt and candidate Ilogrrs lulnd telling the nblfcwbj heRttveMlisLou Henri of lloekport Ky nsccomlclius tench i ir crttflte iIipii tL gridUig of br xnrn loatlun pnpcN li andwt n fttlu rertlfl ttp7 And Ky behHd the ImWiiM rrrtlfl catebarkfroMtlMJiilril and Olhl n anilw tlon until the l6lh of Anmmt In ordrr that a young man n Iti ablkaii Tote- rinIgbtberoaetoeceurrthe nrhuol In Jo bike Dbtrltt Ko W which the young lady wfi stilting for anIlt tt wild wonld have gotten had It nut been fur the delnjr In wIth- holding the Trtlflcate Prof Woodward a member of Su perintendent Roger board answer these vile accusations and insinuations ai follows JIea 1I0rrelal Ilkodt the Joly examIne lion for II Mwe to teach end In ordrrtolct the npIfleantN lean the molt Mr Leech the other exemu4e and inyiwH grade 1 tbepalwra of nights ilurlnir the lulltnte I graded Mha lIrIII r tnym4f Nfl abe or her father- lathe to Toe OO requested that I notify her lie rooii an OMtlble ot the result I wrut and Added her trade and found the percent be low that required fur a flintdawi tttltk0tC- I rolled her end her father In the oIte cad Wivo theci B iy of thegrwlenaiid told them that the oflkw wan not uWlkod with blankn and that rUt would not be dent out for orne kI Nome Week rlnrc IMV attention van railed to the lod that I bud made u lulittukc lu ad dition and that the grade 1 had given entitled ber to a fliTKlmw ivrtlHkMtr I at once cot tected the jaictate ac I would have glailly done the day I pure Mlm llerrel her grade had toy attention lewi failed to the lulntake thenThe following extract from a letter from Mr John H Miles who is trustee in district No 99 to Mr S A Anderson places Mr Denton and bis false informants in then proper light before the public You run tell Mr Foil HiKern that Mix Her tel who In a annhter of Mr Mow Ilarrel of the Cool HprlDK tieluhborbiMiil tpoken of In the Herald editorial of thin week never had any chance of getting the hool III dto triet No W the Mhool wa iroml ed to MM llexil Howe of Vntrrtown In the event that Jlr Howe did not get lila Certlneate but Mr howe got a rttlaes rertldeate coil In now i tnehlns the thoi l and U a voter of Mclxtin raintyuDd not of tide county IT is a remarkable coincidence that in all Judge Miller attempted to say last week in the defense of the over on bis card ho never cited to a single record book nor page The Judge knew what he was putting before the people was false he knew tbat nc record could be found anywhere that would half way justify his claims therefore he was forced to leave ofl the record and fly to the hypothetical A G BENTON illS ASSOCIATES Oun old friend A G Beuton ouu Heber Matthews the nominal editor of the Herald finds much jO- In reproducing an article that we wrote during the stormy contest of99 which he styles the Goebelcrat art ticle why ho should find pleasure in reproducing this squib and attri buting It to our twin brother who is a candidate lot county Judge we are slow to comprehend That article was not intended for tile commonality of the Democratic party as is specifically stated it that editoral for we stated that THERE ARE JUST A PEW OF THESE TIIIN08 TUAMllSO AltOUXD OVER THE COUNTRY This article was intended for the A G Bentons of the Democratic part j for those men of that party that would hide behind a curtain and Jib ago their thndorouj daggers into the private character of a young loan striving fur promotion at the hands of hit countrymen for those nitHi that would steak ofl under a a cloud of mystery and pour out a multitude of falsehoods and iuvectives to doom damn and defeat a young man whose character is ai spotless as the driven snow for those men that would go into a neighboring county and there tell his neighbors and friends that he was living in a laud where he could not fioJa single Republican neighbor that would swear the truth on ath for those men that would go on the sump and indict everyRcpub Mean shaking a flask of cartridges In his audiences face as murders out laws and assassins for this class of tbe Democrat party fllis article was writtenBut thank God Tlhere are just a few of these thitigs in this couuty aud if the nominal and assumed editor of the Herald are so dull of comprehension that they caanot grasp the facts here related they are hopelessly lost and we aro fearful for them Thi greater portion of the factors compos ing the Democratic party are gentle men many of them are just as truth ful as honorable as straigbtforwart as their Republican neighbors whi breathe the same atmosphere live un der the same government protected by the same laws and worship at thi tame altar in the sanctuary Amonj our friends we number many honest conscientious Democrats Home of our fondest associations are linked with the best and truest of Democras AI honorable Democrat is as good as aD honorable Republican Honest Dem ocrats are not found in A G Ben ton society however Men love darkness rather that light because their deeds are evil Our contemporary has reached such a fallen state that be desires to drag thi entire Democratic party to his own levUso with satan but alas he can not accomplish this desire for the Democratic candidates now in the fieldwill not even permit him to offer any defense of their records wbcn assailed from every corner To fair thinking men it would occur that A G Bentons alias G H Matthews pliglt is sorry indeed and in ttutb IN GREECE A GREEK IN SPARTA A SPRTAN Since the campaign opened up be tween the opposing contestants tot the various county offices the vot ers and citizens of the county have witnessed the most desperate effort ever made by man to deceive the hon est citrzenry of a community Decla ration after declaration has been made by Jadge Ju P Miller and they have invariklj contained state ments that cannot be harmonized or substantiated by any laws of logic During the past three years be has claimed to be a trio and loyal Popu list and even after he bad publicly declared himself a Democrat in a Democratic coavention be wrote an old admiring friend that he might be charged with having committed on assault rn theQueen of Eugland te l ing a railroad carry away the track engine acd train men and appropri ating them to his own private use robing a bank of its precious treas ury nUT I AM A POPULIST STILL That was a remarkable letter It was a denial on the 19th of his openpub lie confession on the 16th of July 1900 On the 16th be kneeled at the alter of Democracys god andon the 19th ne fell from grace Again on March 4 1901 be reclaimed his Democratic faith in a most remarka ble epietle to the philistinesTwas quite M bright a confession as that made to in old Populist friend July 191900 reads this way You will likely hear between now and the election that I hue doleD Hall Itoad llubed a honk or Hoped the Queen of England any thing ttjnt will dlneredlt me In the 180 of my frlendnbut let It come I AM A IOTUUMT MTIM and will pay no attention to juene ulandera lam for everything the Ioptlht have advocated I dont propose to take one backward fttep for any nomination or office March I 1901 reads after this fashion To TUB VOTEB or OHIO CofKiv I have heretofore In recone to certain frlend4of mine made what I conceive to be n clear and explicit ntntement of my polltltal potltlon teat there about be any mUupprehtniilon however In the mnlndof any nine on thUanb Ject I will odd to what I have already utatctl that ulnce the adoption ot the Chicago plat form by the Democratic National Comven tlon In lean and the reaiflrmntlou of this platform by the Democratic party I Ken tucky I HAVE IIEKV AND AM NOW A HKMOCltAT An I nndentund the thing Decennary to constitute party affiliation In thIs country are first allegiance to Iarty platform nnd second inppoit of party nom laces From this statement we conclude hat certain others of my friends regarded the former statement inade nato and in order to be weighed in the balance with a loyal Democrat in a Democratic combine convention it became necessary to repudiate the arty that elected him County Judge in 1897 which was readily done with but little trouble The above are the last phases of his public lunar eclipse during the politicalI years His private leud upon the company he keeps In i tome be is a Roman iu Athens a I reek in Sparta a tipartau But a man that likes this sort of thing j tbls is the sort of thing that ho likes1- et we do not indict the au impostor he is honest in his duct we hope the trouble is conIIi need a guardian to keep him bis records straight In his review of the financial condition of the county be said that the county had 2000 I in the sinking fund when there was dually a deficit of 23123 but he I saw it this way of course his glasses were smoked and irregular He lurth er stated in this review that be had paid 821000 of the countys debts when only 87000 had been paid still bo thought he was correct this is tbe way ho saw it Again he says it the opening of the bd Mr llurphey repnwented Hudolph A Co and held the jest bid nnd rerouted that If at any limeI lur nay cane lIorrl A Co failed tp clone with Us that w write hli eopl at once which wo did ntul until eari ponilencn wnitrnliaiicteiilijr ttiyirllniill rr lllt rtl in ltoe onlc ol Ilia hand While 1 conducted thIs correspondence lu petson I connntted nil the member uf the coinmbwlon when opportunity offered or I thought It necessary The following affidavit from Mr A D Buskill will remind the Judgi that ho is again mistaken that there are other officials In the county Foe amant A II lluiklll says that luring thkyeariShe was employed by MUIIeavrln ot Hartford Ohio county Ky ftO stenographer and typewritten huoOlce and that doting this employment and while the torte tpondenc was being carried on In regard to the Kale ot the Ohio county bonds that all of letters written Itndolph Kleybolte t Co Cincinnati Oslo In referent to tbe sale of tald bond were dictated by U U Ileavrln County Attorney to me as stenographer and tyiwwrlter and typewritten by me and then signed by J I Miller County Judge sold conwpondenre was dictated by Mr Ileavrln und signed by Mr Miller He say that on receipt of each and every letter from the said Company that said Ileavrln prepared the answer anti dictated same whli h was tgned by the presiding County Judge and that all or ald hasTen were typewritten by tneas stenographer of said Ileavrln The affiant says the foregoing statements ore true Klgned A D IHJklLL- Kub crlbed and sworn to before me by A P Hniklll this Octoger 4 1901 Jin U nomiix Notary Public In and far AcadIa 1arish ttote ooII Now our very honorable Judgi ictully thought that because he signet this correspondence that he was the creator of the created Ve don I think tit Judge intended to claim thi arth and all that there is therein though he laid claim to the fruits oI uolhera labor he was just simply mistaken as he was iu his change ol heart politically speaking as be was in the matter of the countys indebt iduess Mr Buskill says in a lettei to MrHeavriu ii remember the cor respondence as well as il it bad bees eaterday What do you thinl tow Judge TilE Democratic combine that was given exielance on the 4th oi last March is prone to rut the mott out of their neighbors eye whist the beam remains in their own Thej alk about the topline and the Repub leans editor cuss damn abuse him to his back but ijevtr attempt to ex plain the combines course in con ducting the c invention the trading ilTa loyal Democrat for a man that can go to a Republican look hut iquare in the face and say Ian jut as good a Republican as you I voted for Asbury you cant doubt my Republicanism To a Populist liThe ilouds may cease to float ore the mountains tbe rivers stop their caurse to the sea but Ill never desert the peoplEs party remember I had my foot on the neck of the Democratic party iu 97 and still have it there oa Democrat I made my last aud filial conversion on tbe 4th of March I am truly a Democrat look if you will my indictment of those who voted for Yerkes as being assassins Yea Lord thou knoweit Im a Democrat IK our issue of August 23rd we re ported an interview witha clover gentleman who hall visited the Her olds office and asked to see a paper to ascertain whether H blank paper was being issued Tbe two succeed ing issues were made during our ab ence and as the matter bad grown oldwe allowed it to pass unnoticed but since the Herald SCIIBE detires a ecrap we will advise the public gain that the interview was genuine It occured between Mr Bernard Felix and us Mr Felix is a gentleman of I reproachable character his reputa tion for truthfulness aud veracity is spotless bo is a Christian young man sober industrious and thoroughly reo able from the lips of such a man we uoledf in substance the allowing Well I jUt wanted to see if were putting out u blank paper under tand you wont argue a point uor defend your parlys platform nor tbelr conduct and character I there fore had a desire to seA myself and tho SCRIBE bad a fit ofuiaddened in ebriacy Tnt public will take note oi the eathly silence which surrounds the Democratic candidates Miller and Smith and the combine candidate lachine journal on the economy of Judge Millers assumed official con duct and Mr Smith on the two weeks pay bill Last week we pub lisbed the record contradicting every thing that Judge Miller claimed for imsclf his sileuce this weekadmits Ihat the record II true We repro duced the house journal of 94 last week on Mr Smith and the two weeks pay bill and he hasnt been seen since Arent these brave sons Oun contemporary would be so happy if ho could but prove us me briatu like himselfe Last week an old brother spoke to us with reference to the whisky election that was held In Harlfird last Friday and said Ve want to keep this fight us still as poealble consequently no comment ITBS made by us on that election After reading his explanation of his stand it was difficult to tell where he was Ilat It is astonishing that a con mmer of the blind tiger would barge men who never took a dram witb the folly of his own course fhat halfpint story tells where the Herald SORIIIE is at THE Democratic combine Js pleading for no politics in if tbil- year yet this cottrie of office hunters tand on a platform that demands the life or Caleb Powers and- the Hang Taylor and damn the Re publican party element of the Goe bel wing of the Denmcraiic party TIM se loll ws rcir iui hand HI tl fires buy themselves use prodnc tlf fraud they represent cxlamiiy aut revolution anti mierepreaeutaliou of official records not It Is quite generally understood thai the blind tigers of the county have iiothlnt to fear and much to hope for lathe v101 patronage etc nt the hands of the raachlni candidate and their organ here Herald Tbo Herald is quite bold iu peak ing for the Democratic candidates on tbe blind tiger question as the above will show It is known by quite a Hinder nt citizens that the Demo erotic ruuiliduU8 have fur awe time been luuuiug blind tiger in the mod public place in Hartford It has been understood in political circlcs that the Democratic candidates bad murzed the Herald but the muzzle was slipped to one side on the above Too bad THK JajBird Editor that flew tt1 the rescue ot Mr Smith and his Two Weeks Pay Bid last week fled tbe relms Friday morning under a con slant fire of facts and records acd all that was left of that JayBird vas a featherless gawky wingless fowl 01 shanghai deportment to meander roundabout town MR SMITH lost his head list ve- erand accused THE RITUHLICAN witb villifying and busing him and his par ty telling gd dd lies now fI published the record House Jour nal 91 pages 40345 and if anyone has circulated such a lie it was the records Brother whatreyou going tc do about 111 nn Tums debt that we hear so much about these days is a legacy banded down from the Democrats and the man who now says he ia Democrat and has paid 24000 of this debt hal only paid 87000 let the truth bE told a man that likes this sort 01 things this is the sort of thing that he likes JUDGE MILLERS cardjsays he tbe judge has paid 824000 of the county debt and if this was true thlre would be a balance of debt of only 891147 See Thomas card Judge tbe records fay the county still owel 81978123 What about it LADORINQ men did you see wbat the JayBird Editor laid 1Ir Smith dill for you while in the legi laturt Did you see the records pul lished in the Republican last week if not read pagers 1034 5 House Journal 94 TilE head of the democratic tickel reports that be has paid 824000 01 the countys indebtedness the recort say 87000 is all that baa been pair shall we believe the head ol the Den ocratic ticket aud discard tbe record REPUBLICANS should rebembtr that vile and vicious speech of Ringo at Horse Branch where and when be drew a box of cartridges and charge the Republicans with aasassinatior Remember this brethren on the 5th IF any part of what Judge Milk said in his smokcdoul article lasl week was true why did be not cite tc the record in the Clerks Office Des reader be not deceived It was A vain iflort to mislead and falsify SrnAnn indeed but all the records that have been produced ou the head of the Democratic ticket have been admitted to be true by the Her aid according to the rules of silence thel81978123 Judge Millers card tc the contrary notwithstanding THERE is but one way to answer successfully the exposeure of Judg Millers record and that is to prov the records fals- eCatarrh Cannot bo Cured With loal applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catitnh Is A blood or constitutions disease and In order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally ant acts directly on the blood and mucou surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is or a quack medicine It was prescribe by one of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription It Is composed of the best tonics known combined with Lbs best blood puitfiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination ol the two ingredients III what pioluces such xvondetlul result In curing catarrh Send for testltno lals tree F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by drugglr ts prlre 750 Halls Family Pills are the best To Car Constipation Forever 1akecicurets Candy Cathartic 10o orSM- ft C C C tail Ve jure druckltti rotund inooer LOSTIn the neighborhood ot Fordsvllle a deed for a tract of land lying in the vicinity of Mngan Ohio county Said deed was mate byj B and MollY Camron to John P Camroa Finder please return satin to me at Hartford Ky 7tf M S RAOCAND C 0 C C a s Nature can only feed the fl true or life with the fcol eaten which is di ested Hetblne will re invigorate a weak stomach and so improve dlges ion as to insure the natural bloom of wealth Price 50 cts Jn WillIams LEND SIM FOR TflXEi FOR TilE YEARS 99 1900 01 By virtue ol taxes due me as Sherla ol Ohio county I or one ol my deputies will expose to sale at public oul cry nt the couit house door In Hart bid Ky on Monday November 4 1901 Lands as follows EAST HARTFORD NO I Names Aeni Tax A COif Rlchud onJ II 99 50 4 2 Situe 190 71 385 Sore ol 74 5 45 Griffin Kl 1901 J t 280 Park WillUm 99 3 65 Same 19 to 3J 5 65 Saute oi 3J 5 45 Taylor William 99 X 3 IS Same 1900 Jf 2 85 Same or J 271 WEST HARTFORD NO a- Maldox B A igvj 41 565 Strue oi 40 44S Coleman Nelson 1930 I lot 3 6S Same oi I lot 350 Foreman S B igx 51 490 Llndley Slvester 19 x I lot 3 6S Fame nt I lot 3 IJJ I NalEd19w X 335 Same ozL 3 ru Phipps John 1900 141 9 2 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO 4 Coghlll Thomas 19 0 16 a 5 Same oi la 3 3 Cox Orlando C 1910 25 4 Pitzhngh James igto aoi 9 7S Same oi aoo 9 55 Sprole Gabrel 190 75 3- 1AOAw 35 NO S- Meritt Henry 1900 3 3 u Same oi 3 3- PooiGeoV 00 igw 27 5 35 Tanner Isaac H IQM 40 34 Same oi 4j 3 3 ROCKPORT NORTH Graves Mrs Annie 1900 l lot 3 6 Graves Minnie oi I lot 3 45 Graves B R 19CO 83 6 15 Heck Mrs Nannie 1900 I lot 4 55 Same oi i lot 4 90 Hlnes James 1900 ia8 8 7 Rogers Honk 1900 I lot 305 Smith Isiac 190 I ot 3 0tJ Tilford Go W 1901 i lot 465 Same ot I lot 4 45 Austin Jno R 19x1 6 31 Baker Jesse S 1900 l lot 3 111 Same oi I lot 3 00 SELECT Smith RL igxj 20 3 00 Same ol 10 27 HORSE BRANCH Harrison Albert L 1900 15 3 ROSINE Likens M M 1900 3 tots 38S KAST HEAVER DAM Eidson Grant 1910 I lot 3 8S Lee C M 190 I lot 31 Same oi i lot 8 35 WET BEAVER DA- MKinkadeMrsFannieE99 75 3 25- Likens W M 1900 i lot 4 8e Polndtxter Richard 1900 30 4 Ie Taylor Miles 1900 61 7 65 Same ot 63 3 95 EAST FORDSVILtE Brown Gto B 1930 90 6 6S Cheek GeoJ 1900 2 3 3S Same oi 2 2 Coppage W E 1900 30 5 IS Crow Thos H 1900 25 3 6e Same ot n- Esktldge 3C Thus J 1900 I 2 91 Same oi 34 2 8 Greer Sandtord W 1900 1 lot 4 61 lInt tmJ9i I lot 4 1 Loyd Bird 1900 29 3 6 Slime ot 29 39 Matthews Perry C 1910 12 3 Ie Same ot 12 3 se Parton Sain T 1901 60 42 Some oi 60 445 William Millard F 1910 i 2 8S limes Even 1910 2 lots I aS Same oi 22 3 7S MCHENRY DenoGeo 1910 I lot 46 Same at I lot 3 75 Paught Harlan 1901 23 3 81 Same oi 23 3 So Porter Wru 1900 5 a 80 Roach Hugh 9 o 25 4 90 Same ot 25 3 96 Render Henry L agent for John Campbell 190 I lot S 10 Shut Mrs Lucy C igXJ 1 lot 3 60 CBNTKRTOW- MTlnsley Geo T 1900 1 lot 169 SUAUHOU4- BHlnton W P 1990 40 665- SURli VR Mllam John lo a 75 OLATON Burden J E 1910 25 36c Same oi 25 3 50 Smith John 1909 20 340 Same ol 20 3 00 Rtearmad Thos T 1930 51 345 Same ol 51 3 2S Wilson Chis B 19 K loo S 60 Same ol zo 791 WEST FORDsVHLB Perry IBS W igco 40 3 3S Same ol loo 4 65 Roach John T 19 0 71 66f Sled Jno R 1900 20 365 Whitten Harrison 1900 II 3 cc BTNAVILL- BBradfirld W T 1900 63 5 6c Same ol 6a 5 65- Greer John 1900 2 290 Same oi 2 2 Sc Hamilton Jno B 1900 40 555 Same ot 30 4 2S Hamilton Sallle E 1901 130 950 Harbout Jas guardian of Ham Iton heirs 190 51 4 6- Pnson J D tf 3 3S Stinnett Aloitzo uJ 4 6 Peel A G 1910 I 310 CHRALJ Simpson J W 1901 129 880I Mrs Miry Simpsons lIths m 123 540ISimpson Mary C 99 123 5 90 I POINT PUtASAN- TWhlttlnghill Jus 190 37 4 45 EAST HARTFOD ADDITIONAL Snllenger C B M E Whittinghill by C B Sulicnger 190 1 i jo 870I Same ot Ira 6 40- WEST HARTFORD ADDITIONAL Neal E P guardIan infmts of J W Johnson 190 I 54 405 CROMYELL rate Ellis 1900 46 3 86 EAST nEAVERDM SUmp oiJV 1910 7 980 UCHENRV ADDITIONAL Caldwell Sandy t lot 4 55 HItlUN ADDITIONAL Howley Chas l90 40 3 95 NON RKS1DKNT LIsT Batham D J 19 0 2 lots 3 05 Brown Richard T igo i ot 2 05 Same oi i lot too Same 99 i lot 2 05 Burton V B 1900 i lot 9 70 Same oi i lot 9 34 Eisler Win 190 toO 5 60 Fuqua Jno S 190 65 48S Same oi 65 470 Reynolds Mathew 1900 55 2 55 L s Belle S 19 0 ins 4 55 Lynch Win receiver of C AuUnun ICr 1910 101 5 10 Same ot moo 503 Paxton Mrs Ma C 19x5 z lots M 75 Same ot slots 1030 Yates Matilda 19 0 166 5 60 Same Yi S6 3 50 To the hbove list six per cent Slier IQcornmlftatnn mill be lIMed on day ol sate- S T STEVENS S O C ANGERSufferers from thIs horrible malady icarly always inherit Itnot necessarily row the parenU but may be from some remote ancestor for Cancer often runs hroucU tevcral generations ThIs deadly xiisoo lay dormant In time blood for nan or until you reach middle life then he first little sore or ulcer makes IU ap xjunnce or a swollen gland la the breASt or some other part body jivea the firtt cure Cancer tllorough1yand patina all the poisonous virus mutt dimlnattd from the every vtttage I It driven out This S S and the medicine that can reach- mated J p obstinate blood troubles like thta When all the poison baa been forced out of tbe system heals and the llsease never returns- Cancerbeglnsoften in a small as the olloviiiK letter Mrs Shlrer show A sauill cant on wy sw short sn Inch eiowIiie fciro5thclcft lde moyfac llgavt ice no or inconTtB clot iiut I should hate ten tout U bsJIt unlolnAsmtand Itch r it would bleed a little then scsb trtreouiI nut contlnne for lame tints Khcn my Jaw begin to swell very palAIIIL The cancer tc ran to nt and ptftd unlit U was ss large as a- haifduiiarhen IStard ot S a 8 and determlo rdtostvc U a falrlrUt mud it W55 temttk bl hl S ntetfd miI it htd from the very benatngithe sort U beslandafUrUklncsi trw bottles disappeared entirety Wi wu two years see e ate DO signs of UK my general healUi Xettnuts Muit suSzs La M- oS the greatest of all purifiers and tile Sit one guaranteed vegetable Send our ire on valuable and Interest- Ing Information about this disease and write yourcnse1We make no charge for THE sunn mClFlQ co ARANT ox t xQ Music TeacherPi- ano and Harmony Tuition per Term ol ten weeks fiooo a certainly I satisfactory department REPUBLICAN TICKET for ilrtrrM ALIMNliENNII1 rorlouni Juilue roN BOHIHH ror County onrl fleck- JiNItMJLalfl Allornrjr H I IIIIAVHIN For Micrlll fAt p urnnwr- orKvliool JAMrN OEWLENE lop Jnllrr S TIIOMAM II K Yap AurorII lOWE- VnrMnriryers JOIIM II llrM IIATI9 JIAiasTKATEn- KOIKlK District lEO W MAllTIXOom ril Mttlct JohN I MtAIIAM sl hsrHprisCTDI t H C District VJ MAHSIBIlntord District W 11 ItBXDKItSIUOaUrtonB District ii WILCOXllotkport OOPeTAIIIE- JIiIHtIlt HUltlct it IfKIItrtl11Itotritt T W WUIllHTHalik rl District V VI UHATrllRllPonbTin IoN AItrNlltfunl District WM CIIANCrIIOItOat rto District IIKNUV UINKU5Itnckiurt District =OASTOnxAJlI- UI titstod Yw lire 8cIM Blpatutf Everybodys StoreOur Fall Show Never has tho goods Never has this great store presented a more attractive appearance good time ahead of every whopper who comes heen so well worthy your attention Theres a heroa treat of the finest kind Full measure of quantity and quality Visit us In the meantime run your eye over our of1 ringsII CLOTHING CLOTHING Suits for Men Youths and Children Overcoats for Men Youths and 7 Children DONT te your time in shopping nil over the whole county Yon can find the Suit Overcoat or odd pant right hue at a price that will prove entirely The BUST values are those which wear and T r pleaie The boy likes them The ptrents lice them The young men es peclally admire them We hive them and luterd to nil thorn You are to Wby not go where people can serve you best DRESS GOODS This Department contains tbe ntonsest line ol Dess Fabrics we have ever hown Rich Colnrlnic Some auirRertlng wjrmth and wearing qua ItleJ Others sglt mind smooth lor trtratallorrd suits Suppose you call and give II glance or two to sit the new thing lu Woolens Weawblei SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR This line ia bought direct from uptodate shIrt makeis We have elected our hue tth attracrtvenes nud good wearing qnullilm v M the prime oration NoIce the SnUh of our shuts Notice the ne itneM ol our patterns Notice the ktcurlty of the bands to prevent wear and disconroit Notice the price aa pompireil with tile quality OUR UNDIIRWUAR has teen selected with the utmost care as to warmth antI vuar A grel v rlily In qanlily and coloring w MILLINERY LATEST and rncblnt Icrictl vRrlt ty til Ladles Mlfcs lrIIlhilin In atar ever shown MIs Viola Pirtle has 1 nile r ol experience in Ibis bus iness which Is fulErltnt guarantee that tilt In brycintl qiieMon tbe most trim mer in this part ot the Stite Yinr presence In IhU wilt be pppttclaltd nlnllFl rorfnnnty hiiirrlnlrudrni MIA AMI MU4I- Dliirtornnrr Se IlAKKUIIattforJ UIIIKUFortlitllW Kit J Dlsttlcl tLUlIrtlotd J MBit d wd satisfactory compelled buy consld s or MENS HATS AND CAPS Step tight lito onr list Dfpartroent and sjipply your wants resting pnnred that jou will be well cared for Fall rlylee are attritctlve The colorings ate beautiful The quality is reliable The price is RICH P FURS AND WRAPS We mean exactly what we say when we tell you that we can how you three times us many Wraps and Furs us any other store within your re rh Any style Long Short or Medium Any size from the smallest child to the largest woman Any price f ou 6 oC to S 5 There U no place like B P BARNR3 BROS to buy n Fashljna hlv Seasonable Wrap i TO EVERYBODY We might enumerate Department after Department time after time artiolo nftor article until wo filleda inynn tinnnra like this and you wouldnt know like you would by 1 1n through the greatest toro in this county We have prepared ourselves to do the largest LusIiness over dono in this county and if you people look to your own interest aid the interest of your families wo will certainly do it Wo have almost everything you tisb 1 Wo have t and Wo unexcqlled service We our Mail Orders fdoE P BARNES t BRO Beaver Dam 1 1 l 2 wp 1J r r ppppppppp4ppppp C 1 y0as = j I I A General Invitation a tComo in and let us whisper the 1 gjI Jg from the outside We have a com aJt plete line of Fall Vearables that aJt are second to none in Ohio county I1 What We are Showing II Thirty Iglitlnch Venetian a stylish Dress Goods alrlctlyI 4 allwool at 5 c tIC 14It Pill fottr Inch Broadcli Pi all the popular shades at 7- 5ea PUlttwclnch back Pibble Clothall right lor Skirts or COAt Sulteat 850 IILadles Kid Gloves all shades at 890 aLadles Black Cat nose Scegaal to a 25 = hoseILadle Plrece Ribbed Veat IIPrench Plannels for Walats rye to 75C IIIaOur 1I9 Is all hustle these a ILOWlions In headwear visit HEADQUARTERS aQIi ag II New Livery and Feed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all TimesI Tho most polite attention given customers and tho kindestJ taro taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES al11and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND FIItTILIER11VTERMS STRICTLY CASH 3 I- CUA TAYLOR Proper SUCCESSOU TO KEOWN A TAYLOR HAartrord =entuokyIHartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER u 4 Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo Tablo Nw tint nerd tUnlt affect Bandnjr Dec I I INO pt BOOB Mont noiind Nnnlh hound No U2dae406In No HI ilu4U17 a ra No lot Oal 7n ra olcldaer1Tp- toNoIrrdflpm No Ill dnlM reseal Frflghli NolNdaerWem No 1M do m B I VXUKT Aajut awn h strapTsteawd Da- In lima nnld by aro ta CON GUMPTION Pot oysters and celery go to the Singer office Fresh oysters at the Singer office served In any style C R Martin t jeweler and watch tinker at Williams drug store Hard to fit Then try a pair of out tailor wedelroneero CARSON lit Co I The Singer office has the fanciest line of randies and fruits In the city The Singer office is the most up to dtts plan In Hartford Call and see sr Dr B A Carson Dentist has an hffic tttxtton to Caraonllt CoMC oneS flv r This store fits your form pocket boot and fancy Try tis f CARSON Co O tOur fall derbys and soft crusher vnie the qvretlest pf the swell 1 50 to 3 oo CARSON Co I t They say we have the finest line of fall suits ia town this season and we r believe we hove CARSON lit Co or t t Shotguns rota the cheapest to the I t Everygnegustanteed tr The Blnger office did a land offi tt t business during the fair People lrnoyvaliere to go for good things 10 rAtnan without a good warm tut h doctors prospective customer Come and aee our suits CARSON Co j r t w i c I will unload fertilizer October 14 10 cents lesson the hundred at the car D L D SANDBRFOR Braver Dam Ky attorneyowas r I M L Heavrin for the last few days returned home teat Tuesday ISee the stock ol new Guns at GrII IaaA splendid variety of differ gnarantetdI ty very You want ona Come and see II you dont CARSON Co IfItbeYi pence and your legs will be ashamed of your body U it la not covered with one of our nice coats and vestsfCARSON CO- w Childrens Fertilizery Thats a good name Ortar Scotts Emulsion arc like young plants Some will grow in ordinary soil Others need fertilizers I The nature of some children them from thrivingn I Londren grow right if treated right t- All they need is a little fer tilizera little extra richness4 Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment Fertilizers make things y Thats just what Scotts sion does It makes grow in flesh grow in strengt grow rich blood grow in mind grow happy Thats what we us traSend for free sample SCOTT A BOWNR ChtaUl Pearl Si N Y s CAD4 f100l all druubu Constipation Does head ache Pain backof your eyes Bad ItIe s lac Mt druxtsrs buc-khTor1rsrdpbeennfulbrows BUCKINGHAMS DYLLV6Peltara- lap Durn i R P MU i De k e Darn to the wile of Jus D Her Beda the 3rd taut a ItJi pound girl CThe teachers eta get one month pay tomorrow by applying at THE REPUBLICAN office The Fair was quite a success lh year More people attended on Satu- day thin ever bettors In one day Mr Byron Taylor near Cromwell has a serious case of kidney troubl His family and friends are very much alarmed at his condition The Render Cornet band made ex cellent music for the fair about lb bent that was ever had at the fair Thanks to the band boys Dr S H Heavrin of Louisville MraPhotoIn as as I cheapest as good as the best Our fell shirts sell themselves All we have to do is to wrap them up Come and see for yourself CARSON Co Mr and Mrs Dan F Tracy of guestlITuesday Dont forget that we have a lull lie of Millinery goods and prices to aui all You cannot help but admit them CARSON Co LDuring the new century men will beItmade CARSON Co Whenever there is anything new out In linen rolors you can come here expecting to find it and you will not be disappointed CARSON Co Mesas E B Rogeta Cromwell 7 S Smith W L Green nod Jesse S Williams McIIenry went to HenderI ton yesterday on a prospective buslI ness tripIMrs Dr Hoover O eniboro Dr Jett of Haynesville and rlrIHenrv Anil ol Bowling Green AreI cilyMiss Nellie Richmond Calhoon visitedher aunt Mre E J Hudson Gnat of the week and returned tn Rockport Wednesday with her sister Mrs Florence Tichenor feFortc North of Hartford good house barn outbuildings house in geol reo telephone to Hartford Apply to Mrs Lucy S Hubbard 1231 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 The of the 11andIicountyresidence of Thomas yO ydnear Fotdsvllle Oct 4 Filty seven mom bers ol of the family Were presenta Ob mj I I am near forgetting to rtell the ladies about our dress gods You have never teen a better assorted line with prices grow 250 to 2 oo per yard A dress from either pattern will make you look well lowrIt is time you were buying your wraps and Itt us tell you this is the place to buy them You have heard of the place where you get your mon ey backwell this ia the place where you gel your moneys north CorLittle Mollle Boswellinfant daughter of Mr and Mrs Caleb Boswell of Narrows died Thursday of last week was taken violently ill of flux on Monday and on Tuesday a double pneumonia developed and Wednesday as attacked by spinal meningitis and died the day following blolli was a bright little gill of seventeen months and was the only child tf Mr and Mrs Boswell Beyond th stars far beyond the saintly child is iroriN sor rowing parents and one day reunite tou them with their child U MForeither the human subject or In aniI as a dressing BalUrds Snow iniment is excellent while o antes on working horsee especially if tfo v W heal or suppurating its healing qualities are unequaled Price 25 rte and 50 rte J H Williams m CENTERTOWN KY Mr F M Allen who has been sick for several weeks is thought to be 1improving slowly Mr Isaac Poster and family moved 1Yehbut only hope they will soon be with ngnlndl01railroadcharge ol samenMr D Rowe was seriously ill for a sbott time cheat er night but is able day Mwm1Lsaa6Ya4 + 7 rjmss to be out again Mr Owen Cnhor Bremen visited friends here last week Mr Tom Paxton and slater Miss Clara c f Ixulsvile are visiting their uncle Mr L C Morton at this place Miss Annie B Rowe of Russell AIavia PleasantI two from our Miss ale Condit a good gill and one liked by all that knew her was suddenly taken from us on the tat of Octobers Tne Infant clild of Mr L E Reneer departed this life the 30th inst Parents have our sympathy MARK laPUBLIC SPEAKING Irho Republican candidates or various county offices to bo filled at tho November 1901 election will address tho voters of Ohio county ate tho following times and places Ricketts Schoolhouse Monday Oct 14 at night Taylor Mines Tuesday Oct 15 at night Mount Moriab Church Wednesday Oct 16 at night- UeaaGeld Thursday Oct 17 at night Jingo Friday Oct iSat night Centertown Saturday Oct 19 at tpmColeman Schoolhouse Saturday Oct 19 at night Voters of all political par ties aro requested to comp on and hear tho questions Jaunt V ing tho interests of Ohiocoun ty discussed rite Democrat VtJNO TnoMASChmn S A ANDERSON SECY J1Theof Render to Miss Lena Fenttesswl be solemnized at the M E Central City the 23 instMr Myersls bookkeeper for the Central Coal e Qleemableposition and business qualification have won for his crown a wreathe flection from his admiring friends associate companions He is an young mnnwith a promising future Mrs Myers to be is a most lovable young lade with many ad to miring friends She Is one ol Centr charming beauties and w that she will make our good friend Myers a happy companion Our best pUhes are theirs r Camo Near Dying For three days and nights I suf ted agony untold from an attack of If morbns brought on by satin cucumbers says M E clerk of the district court Centerville Iowa I thought I should surely rile and tried n dozen different merit does but all to no purpose I sent lor a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy an dand three doses relieved me entirely I to went to sleep aud did not awake for ghnnrsst work I do on going to the office orremedy andoiler my grate l thanks and say God bless you the splendid medicine you byZOf Public Speaking Judge R R Wedding and John Henry Thomas will speak at the tot wing places LcLtIdsnightSalem Church Oct 16 at night gSugarEverybody invited to attend- S A ANDRRSON Secy Dulagone should tell you that you need a few doses ot Chamberlains Cough Remedy lo alley the Irritation of the throat and make 1e p tojalble It ZeWayne Griffin Bro m L MarriagesLM L Ashby to Was Cattle Hill Y Junes to MM A Leach Rich urd Rojnnlds to MIss Mary Jaue Bur Jersa Wright to Mies Laura rich R L Carter to Miss a ay Beau II A- Id Lovelace to Miss Jarnagin Jar 0 Matsie o Mile Mary T Mitchell Wm T Elder to Miss Minnie L Hhoadc J Hocker to Miss Mary E Frizzell Wm Cools to Mis Martha Buther lead Falsest Smith to Miss Ella Drake 60 Haley to Miss Annie Biacken Jas B Johnson to Mrs Mamie St Clair theNotice in Bankruptcy best In the Dittrct court ol the United States for the Western District of Kentucky in lUnkiuptcy In the niftter of John L Ralph an T Hines ni partners and as in Bankrupts on this gtb day hilngrupts for discharge filed on the 7th of October A D 1911 it Is or 1912 dered by the court that a hearing be had upon the setae on the 26th day ol October A D 91 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky In said ditrlctat 10 oclock the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published onetime in the Hartford Republican a newspaper printed I said district nnd that all known Med irate and other persons In interest may appear at said time and pie and show tense IIany why then prayers of said petitioners should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Ev nns Judge ot said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky 1 said district on the 9th day of October A D 1901 4 THOS SPEED Clerk By DtJDMjY LINDSAY Deputy Clerk sSchroeter the Photographer Here we are at Hertford and will remain until February the rat 1902 and will endeavor to please the public better II possible than we ever have before We are making all the very latest and uptodate photos that are made at the leading galleries In the large cities and nt prices as reasonable as possible We are making cabinet photos nt 150 per dcztn or six fort Kodak photos 6p cents per dozen and photo buttons 25 cents lor theI first one ten cents each for all addl tional ones Come and see our button frames and watch charms they are fine and cheaper than ever Itt Strayed I One black and white spotted sow large white spot on back of neck eattT leading to her recovery rewarded SAM T BARNETT Hartlord Ky When you have no appetite do not relish your tend and feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose ol Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Sam M free at Z Wayne Griffin lit Broe- ugstore Y m Farmersh I have the best seed cleaner ever In Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dambt r 16 50 I own the county right It r fifteen Call on or address the indf9i3t September 9 Igor It Happened In a Drug Store One day last winter a lady came my drag store and asked for a albrand of cough medicine that I did Relarlo N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough prep 0herChamberlains Cough Remedy and 1remedyshe did not find it worth the money worldgcoarsera or came company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to CoughRemedyrecommendation for the remedy remedy owes its great popularity extensive sale in a Urge measure the personal recommendations of ptople who have been curged by lea use It Is lor sale by Z Wayne Grit lit Bro m NO aTe Report of the Condition OF THE First National Bank Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the Close of Business Sept 30 1901- RESOURCES and Discounts 40717 12 secured 135US2500000Bankingand fixtures i 33700 Due from National Banks 67Due76686Dueagents 2079 92 5JNotesBanks 22001 Fractional paper currency 77LAWFULIN DANK viz Specie 2024 50aSodemptionTreasurer 5 per cent of circulation 125000 Total 76602 72 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Undivided profits less 52National2500000Individual 2191662Time w 72StatessCoantfoI J C Riley Cashier of the above s named bank do solemnly swear that above statement Is true to the of my knowledge end belief J C RILEY Cashier Correct Attest J P STEVENS RowedC 1 RIIOAD3 Directors Suubsctlbed and sworn to before me 8th day of October 1901 S K Cox Notary Public My commission expires Jan 5th Ml Stuffed Up Thats tin condition of many sufferert from catarrh especially in the morning- n Great difficulty is experienced in clear fug the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache Impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stom appetiteTo must bo constitutional alterative and tonic tttole Ich a fair trial but gradually grew worse until I could hardly hear taste or smell I then concluded to try Hoods Sariaparllla and after taking five bottles I was cured and Lave not had any return of the disease since Ecatxc FOBBU Lebanon Kan Hoods Sarsaparilla 1Curel catarrh it soothes and etxcncth ens the mucous membrane and builds up the whole system RENDER KY Oct 8Mr Henry Rowe Leitchfield visited his uncle Mr P Rowe end his brother Mr J Rowe of this city last Sunday Messrs Frank Gardner and H Hughes of Leitchfield who have been with the Render brass band for several days returned home last Sun day Come again boys we will treat you right Mr E L Myers spent Sunday afternoon at Central City Miss Zetta Hocker of Leitchfield vflltlng Mrs J L Rowe this week Messrs Judson Rowe and James Espey of Render were In Hartford yesterdayDr BInnes was in Frentis Sun day on business Mrs Will Kelly who has been quite sick Is better Mr Louts Magan of Beaver Dam lias accepted a position with Mr G Westerfield as salesman Jack son of Mr J F Hocker Jell from a tree breaking both alma above the wrist and otherwise Injuring him selfMr E L Myers will be married to Miss Lena R Fentress of Central City wedding to take place on ber the 3jd at 8 oclock p m at t E Church Central City Rev R Thomas of Marion Ky will offi crate CORRESPONDENT A new remedy for blliousnesa IsInow on sale at Z Wayne Griffin lit Bros drug store It is called Cham Stomach and Liver Tablets gives quick relief and will prevent attack if given as soon as the first ication of the disease appears 35 cents per ox Sample free Tax Payers Notice We now need the money due the State and County by you and you will greatly us by paying same at once as we UST have your taxes A Respectfully STSTEVENSSOC No Hair My halt was falling out very fast and I wi greatly alarmed I then tried Ayers Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling at once Mrs G A McVay Alexandria O The trouble is your hair does not have life enough Act promptly Save your hair Feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor If the gray hairs are beginning to show Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color every time stet a klith All 4tw JOGHudau a bottle lit tare and hUh BUM otpoarnatelteeprolaofftc Aaarta I MAN Headache Sick headache nervous head neuralgicheadache headache from excitement in fact headaches of all kinds are quickly and surely curedwith DR MILES Pain PillsAlto all pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains monthly pains etc Dr Miles PaIn Pills are worth their weight aQoldsays MrWD Krn mar o Kin Thc cured mr wife of chronic headache hen else would Dr Mlles Fain PJ1U drive aw1- paiD self by magic am never with eyelonelIouldplllt taken on approach ot headache tim- ehFsluncatonnsore Chicago IlL Through their use thousands of iftendions travel enjoy amusements etc with comhprtAaaprevsnt ative wheh taken on the approach ofa recurring attack they are excellent Sold ty alt Dracdata as Oa 35 cnt Or Mltci Medical Co Elkhart Ind i StI1URT 1f 21 aTHEN YOU gag NEED A I L PAIR OFa1SYSqof S I aLReAJI E T a THIS STORK tWHEN IN NEED O- FSHOES I t Ia tNo article of mangywearing ap I J f adiscomfortJi good appearance as his Shoes it f Therefore in one should a Ifittingj Shoes Our prices range from 1 a 350heain Ladies and 25c to 8150 in 4Jfc Childrens No matter what the a tprice may be every pair embraces comfort and style We also carajl ry a full line of Mens and oysa aIiatShort Talk About Dry Goods and Economy Our now Fall and Winter Wraps are now ina andcordially invito tho public to call and soo them The very newest styles and shades to be shown Ihis season Wo aim to please our patrons and have bought an extra largo lot and an assortment of sizes for their especial benefit These Goods are not marked up to nsk you a big price and then fall below cost as some will say but they are marked at a small profit and wo expect to soil thorn nt tho marked price We used Economy in buying and expect to give you tlio benefit of our experience and save you money FINE SHOES Wo have used Economy in buying Shoes and fool safe in saying that wo handle tho largest lino of both Indies and gets Shoes in tho county anti can givo you tho best values for tho least money Our stock of medium and heavyweight Shoes is + complete Wo can fit most any foot in any kind or stylo of Shoo Our lino of ladies Fine Shoes are beauties DRESS GOODS l Our lino of DrcsjjGbpds was never more com L plete titan now Wt have French Flannel for waists ranging in piicoS1125e to 75c per yard Our Black Dress Goods cant bo beaten in prices quality or style Trimmings to match all goods A very largo variety of Dress Goods at Economy pric- esCLOTHING ETC Wo handle n full lino of Gents Clothing and General Furnishings Newest styles on goals t stylesinWinter Underwear wo have tho very best and j most substantial to bo found anywhere and you certainly combine Economy with comfort when you buy hero t efemO O 00 S tt G1S e YOURS FOR ECONOMY Mrs Sara Collins Smith c l ob IIIIII VJ w 7 r E Sr w7fr i I I = t I fJsi qijc llelablc Prcpnro1lionfor As- i I roodntrncu lIng IhcSloJIWhsnndDowcls Promotes 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nooIt1fEIIG TKIEiJIlAIIIY ISIIOHTIIIMK Infants In 125000 VEHICLES Sercn OItlod ton bim PBb one n rprrlnll t In hi lln ura nntxf ths hoI are rfl rrfd toy bgae hunf Write lot bflnlilIIIO pvjugttuuUflIftl froDllfladonloollll1II prom lnontDo ltl ifiill over tUo Vnlteil Ktatpn It ilI be walled fire Tniirunothrr hool thnnonre but none that can offrourta CllltlM S8 ASTHMA CURE FREE I Astlimalonn Brings Instant Belief and Permanent Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WIIITI Tout XAMK AMI Annncss PIAIMT There Is rothing like Asthraalene It brings Instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else fails The Rer C F Wells of Villa Ridge III says Your trial bottle ol Asth malene received in good condition I cannot tell jou how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chalncd with putrid sore throit and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw jour advertisement for the cure of this dreadful 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 bottleu Roy Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi ot the Cong Bnai Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Mrdiclne Co Gentlemen Your Asth malene is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and Its composition alleviates all trnh1 hlhInhlp with Athriu Its success is astonishing and wonderful Alter having it carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalere contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER Avcn Springs N Y Feb 4 1931 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wocderlul cffct ol your Asthnialene for the cure of Aathrm My wife has been ifflicttd with spasmodic asthma for tb past 12 years Having ex hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign Upon jour window on I3ith street New Yok I at once obtained a bottle of Aitbmilcrc Mywife commenced taking It about the first of Noraember I very Hmo ncticcil a radical improvement Alter using one bottle her Asth ma harl dUppmcd and she is entirely tree from all symptoms I feel that I tan coifiUtcrtly recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this diitresiUjj dieasc Yours respectfully 0 D PHELPS M D Dr Taft Bro Medicine Co Feb 5 1911 Get teturn 1 wan tiouUtd with Aslhtui for 22 years I have tried num fftn winrilM hut tlifv hive all failed I ran across your advertlfement bod tUrttd with a trial buttle 1 found relief at once I have since purchased your fullslz bottle nn l I am ever grateful I have family nf tour 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 such use ofas you see fit Home nddres 235 Rivlngton street- S RAPHAEL 67 East ugth st New York City Trial Bottlo Sont Absolutoly Froo on Rocolpt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE CO1 79 East ijoth St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists 1 TL MARCH THE 4TH 1901 Since the Adoption of the Chi cago Platform in96 I Have Been and am Now a Democrat July 19 1900l am a Populist I am for Everything the Populist Have Advocated I 1JQ1lt lJropose to Take One Bmckrard Step fxtriyiQ- mi11Ettix1 or Officc TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY I Imvo heretofore in response to curtain friends of mine inside what conceived to be a clear and explicit statement of my political position Lest there should be any misapprehension however in the mind of any man on this subject I will add to what I have already stated that since the abOP tion of the Chicago Platfgrm by the Democratic National I Convention in 1896 and the reaffirmation of this Plat form by the Democratic party in Kentucky I have been and am now a Democrat As I understand the things nec essary to constitute party affiliation in this country are first allegiance to party olatform and second support 01 party nominees- I had supposed that my political position as hero defined was dearly understood bymy friends in this county and I trust that there can be no longer any room for misapprehen sion on this subject If nominated fir County Judge by the Democratic Coir vention which meets in Hartford next Monday I expect to be nominated as a Democratand shall ask the nomination as a Democrat I shall submit to the action of that Con vention and cheerfully support its nominees whoever they may be on the Democratic Platform which that Convention will adopt Very respectfully March 1 1901 J P MILLER Judge Millers Democracy is being seriously questioned by many just now and well might it be too for during the 97 campaign he told va rious Republicans that he was just as gooda Republican as anybody and at the same time he was sailing under the Populist fusion banner It is quite true that on the 4th of March last he published a signed statement that he was and bad been a Democrat since 06 had endorsed all the platforms and supported all the nominees Gnebel included The card speaks for Kelt it is quoted above and should have the atten tion of every citizen Below we give a letter in full which was written in answer to an inquiry last yesr as to whether or not he had deserted the Populist party It is self expanatory i tIOt1900- MK T F CUOWDKU MANIA KyDear Sir Yours U hand and contents noted I am glad to hear from you I am not surprised at anything that you may hear about me you will likely hear between now and the election that I hav stolen a Rail Road robed a bank or raped theQueen of Eng land anything that will discrcditmoin the eyes of my friends Ibut let it come I am a Populist stilland will pay no at tention to these Slanders Iitiii very busy taking care of tin business the people of Ohio county have placed in my hum and have no tune to fool away with those who would slandc me I am for everything the Populist have advocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomination Or Office I am for r Mr Bryan foPresident because hf was nominated by the regular Populist convention on a Pop ulist platfonn and if the Democrats and Free Silver Repub licans get on our Platform wo cant help it but they can run us off we got there first I would be glad to see yov and talk this matter over but it would take me all day tt write you about it I hope you know me and there are oth ers that know me and you will hear even worse things that have yet been said but I am a Populist I sun trying to dc right Give my respects to my friends if I have any J P MILLER- If any man can read these letters and say of a truth I know Judge Miller is a Democrat or that he is a Populist we will take ofl our hat to him Whoever dreamed that Judge Miller would steal a railroad or that he was guilty of having robed a bank or that he would ever attempt to rape the Queen ot England The only charge that had been preferred against him at that time was that he bad joined his for tunes with the Democratic party Ho declared himself to be a Demo crat In the convention held at the court house during the early part of July which appointed delegates to the Lexington convention anti we so reported him to the public This was all that was said of him which seems to have slandered him What Slander him to call him a Dew ocrat You see what be said it is not our faying its his own language He was charged with Democracy and so nauseating was it to bis mental stomach that il revolted against it andactualy emitted the above letter as a result of the nausea It will puzzle the wisest to harmonize these manuscripts We cant do it Ita yours gentle reader to have and to hold fix it for yourself- A man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort ol thing that ho likes Curo Rheumatism or through tho Blood CatarrhI Nothing to Try Wculd you like to get rid ot that chronic rheumatism oriotfenslve ca huh forever Then take a bottle Botanic Blood Balm which has cured tbomandi of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treatment Botanic Blood Balm B B B cures through the blood by de straying the poison which causes the awful aches in Vie bones junta shoulder blades and back swollen glands hawking spitting bad breath impaired hearing etc thus making a perfect cure botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Com poed of pure botanic Drugs Perfectly safe to take by old and young Druggists t Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta medi1calgive up hope but try B B B which makes the blood pure and rich anti J L builds up the all run down tired boJy B B B makes the blcol red giving the skin the rich glow of per fct health m II Makes assimia on perfect healt y bood firm mutcles strong nerves Quickens the brain makes and keeps you well Preat medicine Rocky Mountain Tea 350 Ak your dru- gist m S CHICHESTERS EfWLIS- IPENNYROYAL PILLS Ot- Go1 eIo I1ft816t it Nafo Alwarii r IIAblrdlO Mk Prufrlit tot CIIICIIKNTEIfM EMULIN1I In Red and Uold mtuille boxes eIe4 with blue ribbon Take no oilier Rent eil ntrroii ub l luUon i nd Imitation IluyorrourUnictlut or lend 4r In stms for Particular TrIraonlnli ant Hcllrf for LoSIrMkfl byLiiOniOnBSTBB OnEUIOAL OO 1100 MadIson Nquarr IlllLA PA I Mst1IbJipapii fl RIPE FOR PROTECTION It Will Not te Long Before the British People Will Adopt the Policy Mr RoM Melghen president of the Like of the Woods Milling Company returned from a trip to the old country on Saturday by the Twit sian Mr Meighen comes back with the belief that Dritian will have to adopt a Protective policy against the world and that it will not be long before the people deuand it In his own wordd I firmly believe that the time is not tar distance whtn the people of Great Britain and Ireland realizing that a moderate Protective Tunfl is absolutely necessary will make their wilt felt upon Parliament and parties and that the British Gov ernment bowing to the inevitable wilt adopt once more the principles 01 Iluhction All it r quins is a strong and intelligent propaganda annng the masses for many of the leading people say We ore In f vlr ol Mich a policy i bnt the masses ate against us Mr Metghen urguea thnt the impo sition ol haj five ctnta n bushel on wheat or fifty cents a barrel on Bur would not i release the price of a loaf lone farthing but ih t it would come if the pockets 11 the exporers and that as soon n the Hritih work ingninn is shown this he wll vote fur Protiction Theft ult he be lieves wculd nut 0 y save the a lo tion at home but build up the Em pire abod C nadt if her western whet povtM were quadruped would be able to Mipply the needs of RfgUnd with Prutrciion again t the Ull d SUItit cMitp tt 0 in the Iliitlili mat U tii tit r twic ant pros PUll would txpiml Mr Meixhen 0 Md rs tint thru thu n ls 1 1 the beht farmer wnnM ruh tll the country whe wheat anti cattle would have a preference in the iratfst market ol the world stud tnlta IIII British men and money budding ul- an alien nation they wiulti ontnbit to the power and greatness nl the Empire over the set and restore the mil ulaitunng piestUe ot the uation at home Montreal ileMld Thousanas ol the most stubborn and distressing cases of plies have been cured by Tabers Buckeye Pile Ointment It never fails to cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts J II Williams m rnnbt A Nlllrh In Tim K T IIllM HmtbMTollleltlUteilMUMlin ta km hiMrtr Spring aIM Full reeit lMtk 1si iaI Malarta Fever Art on the llrw tpthe tjiltm lltt r than rnlanwl awl IInlfIfIotS r No League Likely The danger of an iflectlve tarifl league by European Powers against the United States Is less according to Frederick W Hollg than the newt I paper reports would indicate Mr Holls has traveled extensively and having been a member of the hague Peace Conference is in a position to judge well of the prevailing condi tlons- I He asserts that public opinion I still the greatest power in Euiopennri that the nations have less cause to be I unfriendly to the United States than to each other lIe admits that new tarifl laws may be put into eflcct by some ol the Powers but to that the United States could have no rcusible objectionFinally l Mr Holls asserts that the I citizens ol European countries are friendly toward the United Slates and have no serious objections to any ol the principles which at present dic t tate the acts of our government Ithaca N Y News The most stubborn cases of Bronchitis succumb to Ballards lion hound Syrup Piica 25 and 50 cts J 11 Williams m a p That kind of tarifl law is the but that cau es the most work and the best wages in the country QuestIlns r Women k Are you CCTvma Are you compldcly rrfmntH Do you every month oftfIacyt1UICarduJ thmmnrfi like you have real alupIatflntWlnImedicine is taken quietly at home There Is nothing it to help eoclaooIyotscd by JooooooClUd women LoubIj In dreil l adrtlnrmftcmon I CIDt co Chattanoogs Tgn WORTHY SUCCESSOR MenAWomen as Well as Are Made Miserable by Something No V7 Under The Kidney Trouble ISunI Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls OUrlIM and lessens coU disappear when the are out Kidney has become prevalent that uncommon for child be born with weak kid neys the urln ales often thc urine scalds the flesh whenihePehli reaches age when should be able control the passage yet afflicted vl bedwetting depend upon the cause the difficulty trouble and the lri step should be towards the treatment these Important This unpleaa due diseased condition cf tie kidneys and bladder and not habit i men are made mts erable with kidney and bladder remedyTheSwampRoot soon realized sold by druggists rTAt cent and one dollar sizes You may Ii Tilt sample bottla by mall free also pamphlet tell nome gwunpRont Ing all about Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters retelvci from cured In writing Dr Kllme ttCo BInghamton be sure and mention this paper Nasal CATARRH all iUjti thro ihouij tx cleuUne- uEljs Cream Balm dC4non thee indbeii- the dlwuci membrane It core catarrh ant drl- IIWII a the hew vlorAridkid- neys of order or diseased trouble so It Is not a to afflicted II child too tf or If an It o It Is tr It JIs kidney f of trouble Is to a to a supposeWomen trouble Is U Is In fifty have a of It sufferers N Y In lt la Crvun Bftlm I placed Into the nostril tpratJ onr the membrane and II tburbed HeSUf film mediate and a curt fo3owi It U tot drjlisdcx sot produce Curate Lrj Sas M cant at Drug gIt Or by mall Trial Size ro ereti bll1U1l ELY DZ0T1iiIJal warren Simt ICtw York Dnil TvUrro Spit a4 Su lt Tor I lf toil Til qtill tti4iiio e II nMl luit vcr te mar- Ie lull ut lira ci i gui tate Nv Tp llae liiownulT w rli r HIDI timlx vcal met itrimg All iiiitgKi Mvprd Cliresuarmn teed llookkl nIae4 free A Mnai iterllBS Keuiolr rv Ulilcaco or Ntw York i All Doctors have tried to cure CiiUuh by the use powdtrs acid Buses Inhalera and Jruijs in paste turin Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crick open and bleed The power ful acids UMit in the Inhalers have entirely eaten away the same memo brsnea that their mnkeri have aimed olrtlllentaIand rptrinlity ol the treatment ol Crtnrtli hud at taut erlrctrd a treat nient which when ftitlilully tired not ptrmanel1tIly curing all itflammatiiin It Is the only ttrutdy known to science that mtuilly re chea the rfB cted parts This wnrdvifut rtnudyis known as Souffles the Uuanntred Catarrh Cure MUd is old at the extremely lo1 thrice ol One Dollar each package containing Internal and txternal medicine sufficIent for a full months treatment and ever thing ntcvsaarj to its lrfrt useI Sriflln is the only pejfcct Cuf rnlit sad in nrw ttcognrzd us the only mte and p citlve cure for that nnroinir nii dtguttng dlsmrv It cures nil It fl walton quickly imrl prrmnnrntly and tt also wondrrfnll qoick to rr live lUy Htvrr or Cold tn the l1a1- Call1flh when neelicttd often lead to CiitiMimptlun Sri HH wil mve jnn ll you ne it ut m ce It b- no ordinary remedy hut n ctimpltti iriNtmti t whiih i octivrl nuala Iced to curt C tirrli in nv fIn ni- StuRe if uterI 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Southern ciithIiWIt IlnNItonssfll Liar I Time Table I CorrrcteJ to Jnu X2 IMItonUf Wt Won itoi No5 NoS 2ArM llnrnln I 515am Ttpu I jtJurgtuwai55am 711 pnt mArI4 ss itil lezlttun c4am 115 It WI f3Oam riUmI I I Iouiy1U 54S a us T5O I us Iw4O a m 1 lift vita lxol tttoflIX4 Ktt 1 mArM Irtwrton l opm flU am MIn ii soi p us liSi a n No1Im j Ar lrlDr ton ire p m scaa mM lIaIID1tbrlt 2pus 1TSana 0 IIIU liP PI Tile am oIS NII2 mArKraurlll Uiipm IJII pm 4LvArlIlla1l1a JMpmlA aUrllk lliuam fcUpn btursLotIikTrain KIM C and II run solid botwrrn IxiuUTlOe CnTralni flr t tt lllliarenrrr CaT Parlor taru MxntTralniliftwrfn Ixnl tlll and Ht Iourarrjr Iulliusn liraolnic Room Mwjilag Care sitS bnKt wrrlc For tIcket nod SniCker Inronnatloa apttr to any mrtnt Bonthenrltallway It D Hptnrar 0 ol Man Ht roolIoB II IIArdwlrk Irnl 1awr flit asbttoaU n Allen AHtOraIauAKt lit LoaUUo 1 NEW THROUGH LINE tCrwCCM EVANSVILLe A- MDCHICAGO A new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwee Bvinsvlll and Chicago the line being via Maltoon Champaign and tbero J from Evansvllle to Mittoon formerly a part of the P D U Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Hvansvlle 73opm 730001 Ar Chicago yjooiim 700pm SOUTH BOUND IaIIy Ex Sun sr Lv Chicago S opm 8308 m At Evansvllle 8058 m 5i5opru Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets of yon local ticket agent 1 A FREE PATTERN C10ae 0 tolacllot to YlfJtoacrl Oal7 50 coati a 1ut I M41IS1Mj4ZIEEJ K A LADIS MAOAZINf t I him UfI1 =Iff7 I rracoall ioi4r vrJRllablJllIIple11ptodl I srzect4LttIg PrPatt- suaa1MCALLiT l BAZARS AmRJNSyM fMM UnH H PtrfsnthM stt ttwhtUMO IoaII It Sri di THE MoCALI COo IIMI5II7 Weil Hit St IIlW Tout S i