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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p I ri 1 L H H 1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN C Fine Job Work a Specialty WIGIAl OmN OF TEE PARIT IN IBB TBCDNaESUOIAtDIBTIICISubser t 1F Ip Ion a year VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1901 NoIS BulldinRequire tree DtriMtag of Ike Mr aa 011 the building of tThe fnedatiofa ala atroo M a IttetIJr ewale Noaajtoaabi IketIgw aWiA weak ma aeaa 1westoboes Dsryareaorpll of dilUtion and MtritfcM It enable the perfect dlitttlon and aaatsu 1 j Thuskttrtagth jn 111 known to j or to aeltnc by dimaUd and u+faoiUte4 food wilk erleg ta CterkMc H C1aRdldo rand ft attkma sad ogsu sa4IA doctor I was drier rUwliM l tlck dMl Iefuse i4 0 IhxgtIMprocoW la pnArtS moatr eonld tepgyosbrwlat1oai weiI Dr PiereVa rieaaant PeUe H attltt the action of tbe DUcovuy w then a Uu 1 Uve U required t prJca Si II47tlAIIIJ fi M L I1EAVIUN F Attorney at Lave HARTFORD KY Will prartlM kit protMloa la an lbs eoertaa 1 AppaBVKII Y ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW ii tnriMuin MT 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MatkfatoaATvgg j3 iS J au CHARLES FINLEY TO THE HERALD A Scorching Rebuke to the Author of that Vicious Falsehood Circulated in the Herald Weeks TJSmith Voted Against t eurwo p gMSH as Reported irXJfte Republican f LABOFUNG MENREADa Indianapolis IndOct 3191 EBtTeXRKMrBUCAM DKAR StnI am just la receipt ttt nay of The Hartlord Herald contain inga characUrlstic slander of me in the Interest of a T J Smith whp seems to be the same Individual oi that name who was In the legislature el 1894 Ldeemit my duty to myself to rtfute the naliclous Minder by giving the taste and shall be obllge1 If you wets give them to your render In the course of the article I refer to the Hetald man sayit TIle trata at tha natter oat of blell atUMpt Dow blab Mad to Mbtoad aid edn wan ot tk valets ot tab eogit UIj U tkl a immtxr ol f n ago who Rlnltb wta Lttl Watanhom tkb ro r VonCburllpwhouthegtbattot i lM7forLad Ibnetdhsobs 1 the laratet nlBlair torporatloBt la tab 8UU Utrodwvd a bin tor ewxolted parpoM of ngvlatlg tile a MOlUbonrilatkb8UU Tbb Wes WM clMrtr dnoa U tit taunt ot tblalw owttnot UxBUU aadaoHlB orkr or- olbriabodagmesalathhroautysrrruld that It be paaaed It vu tm put upon IIpauaa before It Douaofwkktllr j we a nMnbr It was rrttmd to a commit lwsomof abom wan aaoag tkbntll pibllctd U tkBtaU and waanporM NIck wilt ipnaaloa out ammlttw9 platen that It ought lot to pau It was kaowa to tk commlttM ait a It wuto rrrj writ Leotard laboring rnaa U the Stateteat thea waa stand to ptsvnt e1tc1 l tloB waited b lb mlwa sad other labonri of the Stan TM ahem sox non abottibit tkiwaat taro do the ciacktMmad caadldaU gad their Mmpap ban Ko miner caked tar or waiUdnck a bill ai that about which the budtdateepe drbrwwpaperanuowclam Crta It wuuOtsmlbill I was a member of the legislature la 1894 from Knox sod Wbltley coun ties 1J Smith woes alio a member from Ohio county Both Wnitley county where I lived and Ohio coon ty his home were large mining counties I was never an attorney for any corporation of any sort at anytime At the time ct my service In the legislature 1 did not own a dollar in stock In any corporation I had beta on the toad as a traveling sales man for the PriKltr Coat Co to my election at a fixed salary pert month and I served my connection with that company before I became a candidate for the nomination fur the legislature My salary cdall soon se I quit work oa the road Severallrtarl after about 1899 1- thinkI bought a few shares of this company and they are all I ever owe ed In any mining enterprise During my candidacy for the nom ination I was asked by the miners to pledge aiyself to vote for certain me utes In ace I should be elected This I reinsert to do saying turn rot pledged to the operators and I do not want to be pledged to you I am peoPIe1Dot against another part Among the things they wanted me to pledge myselt to vote for leas H Two Weeks PayDiy My refusal to make the pledge they asked coupled elUploy1edmy nearest friends were interested I mining enterprises doubtless costing a great many votes among the mil j era of my county Doling the 1894 trstlo I ictrnC ed as I now recollect tin laraun + i for the j gntfiS of the nitntrs pl the State One cf theta the title of whicL I do not recall J parsed through the Uoue but It was killed in the eoi coinpellinnbetter wines The Hrrald man given great crediv Ito T J Smith for supporting this i kOOjtbthis vote alone He made no speech I for jt and he took no interest in it In the light of his recordon other simi IIItheused to be it is because of a law I I dratted and passed through the legis lature That may Icok to the twisted eyes of the Herald ran like the work of an attorney for mining cor ion tlons but I fancy others will think differently ot it The third measure was a bill toer tabllsh a Two Weeks Pay Day fo the laboring men of the Stale The first section of this bill provided that every individual firm or corporation in the State employing many as six nun should pay their employees in money on each alternate Saturday The rec- ond section provided a penalty of 5 for any violation of the law and a cu j mulative fine of 10 per day for every I day otter pay day that payment was j not made and provided for indict ment by the proper grand jury Section three provided that the sworn af fidavit ofnot less than three employ ees ol any company who must be members In good standing in their labor union or order t0 the effect that they had made themselves frmll lar with the condition of such eroocj er end wete Ratified that his or its f Blare to pay at required was due wholly to causes beyond his or its power to control and that he or it had made earnest efforts in good faith to make payment at the proper time hnd failed because of reasons be or itl could not control If filed with the grand jury should bar such indict meat Section lour provides that the law should not be so construed as to exempt contractors engaged ou work for the State ham Its piovi ions Lreccived numerous letters from operators in the State opposlg then bill anoig them some of my best friends I believed it was fair to the laborer to pay him when he had ratntdhis payt I therefore pushed the measure I took it before the Republican caucus and gotthe indorst twolorcaucus They were abundantly answer ed HonC SladeTuylor or your conn tylben a member of the senateand it was almost unanimously indorsed The house committee to which the toIwas customary cases committee repo ted the bill without soy express on cfoplnlo I know the Herald mat says they reported that the bill ought not to piss but the facts wens I Mate them After such a report from a commit tee there was under the rules only one question that could be considered concerning the bill The bill was not open to amendment substitute reI cpainilmert or to debate The only question a a whither the bill should go to ita Hiird riding and be printed i u the lftthe liouM vote epalnst gay ini the bin ntuhd reading and hav tug It priniril brat killed the bill I That w8 what the opponents ot the bill wasted to do but they wanted to I do it witToit going on rttod them selves If they allowed the bill to go to the third nailing and be printed it would INT printed in full in the House Journal and soy fellow who should yote npainst it then would be on record 10 black and white so they sought o destroy it before birth They make the fight ou the question whether or not the bill should have its third rending and be prietal M Imade a spttcli rnav6ror giving it its third reading and having it printed the best speech I knew how to make hut 10 no avail The Re publicans voted almost to a man for it A Jew Democrats voted for it only a fewand it was killed I lied counted certainly on T J Smith to vote for the bill knowing that Ohio county had a large number of miners in it You can judge ot my surprise therefore when I beard him vote to kill the bill The Herald is right when it says the bill wan never put upon its pas sage in the house of which Mr Smith was a member The readers of this lettet will now know why and they will know too tnat was not put on its passage solely because It war deliberately killed by Mr Smith and its friends before It got that far along Afterward Isaw Mr Smith expressed my surprise at his vote and his lack of Interest in the miners of his county and asked him if he didnt think It would butt him politically He seemed confused but gave no Intelli gible answer or reason for his action These are the facts about the matter I am entirely willing for the min- Ing men ot Kentucky to judge horn i DO YOU WANT MACHIEHYF- or Threshing Machin6ry SawMills Hny Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED 6 I ITHE BEST llay BaloTioa Coilwire Grato Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Btjilpr Trimmings etc 7mallK Benry Mf g cMach CaMcllonry Ky 1 ra j j + or V these facts and my record In the leg- Islature whether I was acting In good faith for their interest or as the Uor- tieyof a corporation but I must take this opportwtltyto denounce as a villainous falsehood the aUtemen tlwt it was known to the committee Dust as it was to every well inform e4 laboring mla in the Statethat tlfc bill was drifted not In the Inter w of the laborer but against hit In a tet The man who wrote that li when he wrote it and knew hew wJoeItth legislation wanted by the miaera anlli borers ot the State grafted the bill myself and tried to fccure Its passage solely because beloved that II the laboring mesa wet Jorfted to wait long for hit mousy couMatearles end stores would rob hJ tt txorbltant prices but that tf bee jsoild get his money oltener he would more Independent of both 61 these and could buy fur nmorereas onatSejprtce I dldut know then and I dont know to day any reason wbyfa miner should have to pay mote JOB hi 6role than a lawyer butt fcnewvtkat he did Mr Smith knew It too but be teemed willing loch to go on i r Cambers ofmy friends who were interested In mining enterprises urgetfrae not to push the bill What ever influences could be brought to bear were focused on me to Induce me tT abandon It even after It had been indorsed by the Republican can CUB but 1 believed It war justice to the totillg men of the State and I stroyejn good faith to pass itjust as I BlrnfeUTpasa the bill providing for bttterSvglilaUon and drainage ol the mlnesfeftfee State to which I referred before Thills rather a long letter Mr EJitorftbal I have made It as short as possible io give aclear statement of the lash Much that would be only explanatory I Jure left out however so youftMy be thankful it U no long er the It nuKseem strange that having iately slandered so much worse and wi tkID by the Herald article that I Id eaR to notice lt My only bUIUOIl ithat when a pallet cntTebme yelping at my heels I bouqee irock 4ktk4bJnawi- th6u worrying about what Ill do If a better and bigger dog shows up further along ReapyC- UAS FlNUSY Convince yourself that Elys Cream Balm deserves all that has been said oi It as A means ot quick relief and fie tat cure In obstinate easel ot nasal ca tarrh and bay fever A trial size costs but ten tents Full size So cents Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Mt Olive Ask May 17 19 u Messrs Ely Bros Please send me one bottle of Cream Balm family size I think it la the best medicine for ca tinh In the world Very respectlully J M Scholtz T CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children tiles Kind You Hare Alwap rhtBears thedB1patureor The Royal Month and the Royal Disease Sudden changes of weather are es peclally trying and probabtyto none more ro than to the scrofulous and consumptive The progress of scrof ula during a normal October la com monly great We never think of scrofulaits bunches cutanetras erup tons and wasting of the bodily sub stance without thinking of the great good many sufferers from It have de rived from Hrola Sarsaparllla whose red leal and permanent cures of this one disease are enough to make It the moat famous medicine in the world There is probably rot a city or town where Hoods Sarsaparllla has rot proved its merit In more homes than one In arresting and completely erad icating ccofnla which is almost as serious and as much to be feared as Its near relative consumption By the new Chinese treaty rice cereals and wheat will be free of duty This will be oi advantage to our ex potters as It will enable them to In- create American trade there It Is already considerable In wheat and ftl url When factories are farmers are equally so This la what i la now so materially of the soil In the West anespeciallyI In Iowa where a surplus In produced The policies of the Republican party are helping the masuesDavenportI- owa RepabUcaaI For sprains swellings and lame news there II nothing so good aa ItlForWhen yon cannot sleep Jorcongh lag It ia hardly necessary anyone should tell von that you need a few dries of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the Irritation of the throat and make sleep foulble It Is good Try it sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m I L e ubliaaani ket For Representative Alvis S BcnnettD D For County Judge 0I+ D For County Attorney M L HeavrinO 111D For Craity Clerk M S h glandDI 0For Sheriff Cal P Koown 0nFor Assessor Franl Lowe 0nFor Jall r t Thomas H BlaeD D For School Super Dteldent James DeWeeso 0Dluunnn n For Surveyor Jno H WoodnEJ PI For Coroner Ben L DavisO aMakes Malmllatloa perfect healthy blood firm muscles strong nerve Quickens the brain makes and keeps you well Freat medicine Rocky Moantaia Tea 350 Ask your drug atiltmWe the jtuyfind that the deceased came to his death from heart failure caused by not taking Rocky Mon lain Tea made by Madison Medicine Co 3SC Ask your druggist m THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Bolne Cured Dolly In Spite of Tharnaalvea No Noxlou 0080 NoWaakenlnnof the Nerve A Pleasant and Poet tlve Cure for the Uquor Habit It Is now generally understood that Drnnkness Is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ol Intox heating liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving for Intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which baa been perfected alter many years of close study and treatment of Inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery Is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrunk ards Into sober Industrious and up tight men Wives cure your husbands II Chll dren cure your lathers I I This remedy Is In no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this dUeaso only end is so skillfully devised and prepared that it Is thoroughly and pleasant to the taste to that It can be given In a cup of tea or coffee with I out the knowledge of the person tak Ing it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy mute have beeaIcured and made temperate 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 free will Do not wilt Do not be deluded by epIparent and leading Improvement Drive out the disease at once and lor I all time The The II Home Gold I Cure Is sold at the extremely low 1 price of One Dollar thus placing within reach ol everybody a treat meat more effectual than others cost lug f26 to 50 Full directions air company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Addtesa Dept t Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2331 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confidential f= IPERUNACURESCATAR Hit 9 YrJIt1E DANQEROU8 KIDNEY DISEASES CURED lean Crt UBI a National Sensation In the Care of Ckroslo Ailments of Ute Ridnete Mrjobn Vaaoeof HartfordCity Ind mashbettervwybedy want to knowwhat medl alas Z am using I recommend Peruna toeverybody and come have commenced to me It The folks all say that It D- rIlartmsas msdltin cures melt must be heal MA J Bate of Petrolei Ontario t4Io wrlttti Four yean ego I Aid a severe mtttck of Bright Dtf Irate whisk brought me so low the teeter 114 Betting more could ke dose lbrise IbegantototakcPcniaa red Miuulla mad la three months I- was a well man and kayo continued aeetrorelaai waPJltlIUlC ofthe Ilrat symptom eIaktry root of the dUeaae It at once re ldvei the eaianhal kidaeys of the stag seal blood prareatlBg the escape ct no 1 1 i v 1 as t J P i J A e AND Ia 10 Ia- J Ilf of oac It sad n tbe or mdl U M at dw M Warrta of a club It seems are an I it a idea meet and talk with each and wo k as J serum from thobloodPe runa stimu kid to ex Crete blood ing 4 and thapre- vents the- convnlatona which are sure to If are to vigor to anddlgoatln lyatom both of ire apt to f In this 1 tuna of ue tMMpt It cures elerlocatedofA book on catarrh by anydressOolnmbnj Ohio Millers Financial Statement Of Ohio City u35009I4 Amount due Sinking Fund for 901 V 5000 Total Reductionex3000unpaid January 1902f11000 IAmount WHAT THE RECORDS SAY Cf1 Indebtedness adjudged by the Fiscal Court Order oolNo1p34808 3000804 County Bonds sold Dec 2G08 30OQOOQ bySheriffs 53 Amount of Bonds that should have been issued sold 2491147 Amount of Bonds sold Dec 2G gs 3000000 Bonds paid January 21 1899 500000JBonds paid October 10 1900 5QQOOO I Bonds paid December 22 1900 200000 t Total Amount paid 12O O00JBalaucedue on Bonds January 1901 1800000A- mount duo for IronTrestle 011 Hartford levee 155000 Balance due Sheriff shown by SettlcmctoJanuary 10 HJ lBook No2 p 140 231123 Total Indebtedness Jan101901 978123 w Amt of Tax collected for 9899 and 100081043GG Amt of collected for 9590 and 1897 7973522 Excess of Taxcollected 98991900 over 9596 97 220844 Amt paid out on orders of JP Miller aa Conn ty Judge for 99 and 1000202047SAmt paid out orders of Jim Morton as County Judge for 9G 97 150377 Millers excess over Morton 51670 A man that likes this sort of thIng this is the sort of thing he i ResPYrJNO H THOMAS Chmn Rep Ex Com Tilt LEAlrsINB 1IEAL1VQ oVKE WOE CATARRH firs CREAM Bilk- xur and plMeaat to- 1N Conulna Iiladtsck lbaOrb lily CltaiuM raN rawCM Away aalll1c CATARRH COLOh HEAD UmbTaBt Eeitort BBM TubUrgs nab PruggUti oldI nail Trial l0esntabymall- XL1 IOTI1EUB Street Nw York Republicans Organize Narrows Oct loWe the Repub lican voters Narrows precinct have organized Republican We meet every Tuesday night like all Republicans taking Interest in our meetings Boys think good to other fur the party We are glad to see many laic tho neys from the tbe- accumalao potion follow the polsMl allowed remain It the hearts action which afl rapidly dlaeaeo Pertiaa catarrh simply bfcnuse ctttrrb whale written DA aA Ohio Ohio and Tax for on and that likes Inta fod Republicans come ont and takoii P1PcltyI meeting end urged all RepublicansI t stand pat for the ticket Mrt t ihaodHaram Orvit was alto with us and t made a good speech Mr Davit Uveat in MHgai precinct Mr G B Pore m n was with us and made a gool speech also many other tco tumet jrous to mention L L ARBUCKLB 1 + 1 + i ic The Hawalhn womans club at4 a Honolula debated the question Is It better lolske Rocky MountalnTe c bet or cold Either way it magni ttt I fies your pleasure Ask your druggist tn taasBean theil5 had Yot Han Jhrsp BoveN Bfgnatu 1I of 3 r 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER iS LON nOli tnIlllllrrCC=1Q C Q =h tvx CC fluid Fridays by tiII Hartford Pub CoJnnrpertti otitid it Hartford nstif fiei as SIMMKISS mail nattt S I have done my best to4 I itunderstand my duty in State affairs I cant in i dorso Mr Taylors courso rV and to vote for Yerkes 44 I I f I Instfintcrr i S I i WHO IS THIS MAN RINGO We note in the Herald of Wednes day a long article from a Mr Ben D Bingo Chmn in which be labored most zealously to prove that truth ia falsehood and that falsehood IS a truth Before noticing what he attempte to say lets inquire aa to who thia mat i Ben D Bingo Chmn is and briefly review his deeds and works 1 He ia the same fellow what came out in the Herald just before the election in 99 defending the infa imoua Goebel election law when no i other man in the county dared to de fond that measure lie said that that measure was fair and under ita opera 1 tion a fair election could and would be held He ia the same man what tent hit jprozey to his henchmen at Frankfort aa member of the Deraocrac Slut Central Committee after Mr Gcebel hid been fairly defeated under this magnificent law by 2383 majority t votes with the expretaion of opinion t that a contest should be filed to over I throw the majority rule system of government and Beat the defeated Candidates He Is the same fellow what III a peech at Horse Branch last year jlulledXhandfull ofcartridges from bis pocket and offered aa a DEFFISITIOJJ Jor civil liberty that indicted every Republican in Kentucky aa being an assassin He is the same fellow what went to Daviesa county laat fall and in a epeecb there stated 1 dont know how it ia down here but up in Ohio county its a bard matter to find aRe publcan that will swear the truth on oath1 He is the same fellow what came out in the Herald a few daya ago and declared that T J Smith voted lot the Two Weeks Pay Bill when he knew it waa falseviciously false Here is tile man kind reader thnt calls in question the character and veracity of Mr A D Buskill that chivalrous I generoue genteel manly noble young Kentuckian who baa gone to LouUana to seek his fortune A man whose past political life is portrayed in the above might come out in de preIthe author of the correspondence tbat effected the sale of the Obio county bonds which is absolutely untrue After Tim REPUBLICAN bad made known the fact that J P Miller did not conduct the correspondence tbat effected the sale of tbe bonds be Miller went to Mr Heavrin and asked for a copy of the letters and Mr Heavrin gave him a part of that correspondence No one has ever de nied that J P Miller corresponded with that Broker Co tbe point Is he did try and failed after which Mr Heavrin took up the matter Regarding the countys debt Mr Ringo publishes the following state ment from the clerk OllfOIOkYHctCouoly I M H Ilaplnnd Cleric ot the Ohio County Court do Krtlfjr that I have this day exam ed the rftfittr ol the Ohio County boo do which honda were cold Rod d Urervd to lie dolpb Klrjrbolte 4 Co on Ikmber III nod which trfsMtt In ol record In the Ohio County Clerk liflee and Sad from raid peg liter that the following amount hare been paid vII- Jaauary 91 IM1GUOOO1IOJa- nuary 16 lto 1000110 March 12 100010lIO110AIrI- l121000 1 00000 July SB 110- 0September lOWOO 17 liiO- OOttotor CMOO 3 110 tMOV lltt nWX 110 1HUDW I AugqutO IMI IM000 Total amount Ito date IIIOWJOO Ulna HJIdC r my lumd lie Ittk ol the Ohio I CoHity Court thin October 14 1M1- U H lUaLiiiD CIk- n1ltJIIAIILUD1JC Here in his vainglorious article be proves in all told tbat 813000 ot the countya debt has been paid Miller tad that 17000 had been paid at the dote of buiineta for 1000 andsince that another 81 000 of the bonds has been paid making a sum total of 18000 Ringo sayS 18000Miller says 18000a radical difference The fact of the matter ia only 87000 had been paul at the time Millers card was circulated pave the jnCOO that was bought with the purchase money of the bonds Mr Ringo further prcsumea tbat Millers statement that there was 920QO in the sinking fund at the tgloae of business for 1000 Is true vhen it la false from beginning to end Hn Hardwick tbe Commissioner ap rainiedby J P Miller to settle with Hberifi atatea in an affidavit tbat there w8882UOO in the sinking fund Jan 10 1001 when the report be bade with the BbcriiTehowa a balance ratft L a 3J t r of 823l3 due the Sheriff Page 146 SheriQs settlement book 2 vrnabal niiced by Mr Hardwick and that record eays that the county tually iiuicbt to the Sheriff 123123 When Mr J H Thomas called on Mr Haidwick to explain this balance due the HberilT the records forced him to say that our contention is rigbt that the cunty actually has a deficit of23123 Mr Hardwick was honest in what be said but when he examined the Trecordenough to acknowledge his mistake After all it comes aa no surprise that Mr Ittago would dare to falsify the record lie knows that his article is wickedly false misleading And glar ingly unscrupulous but he is on the rack where min enforced do say most anything 4 Mr Bingo cunningly vattes tile m cuulng the blind tiger1 being run by his brethren by making counter charge that the Superintendent it of having a blind tiger run in the bknowsthis pious Sunday School man who 1 has liquid goods shipped in by the caseto make false and vicious chargej 11firstt CANTRILLIANI3LASPIIEMYThe on at Georgetown That bo will be con victed sentenced for life and proba to die on the scaffold is as certain tyasbHeto be established andim gipartiallyand not eubornalionof B TItered to convict The USe and liber ties of man are under no cirI tbcumatancesthem unless hu guilt be established beyond a reasonable doubt in a civil izedcourt clear of party rancor and parlizan hatetiCaleb Powers vas convited last the year by his political enemies at a to time when the passions of men were at blood heat at a time when appeals were made to the passion and nplto to calm sense of reason he ia again arraigned before the same court the at same man presides as judge and jury Powers begged molt humbly that this partizau judge vacate the bench and or hiasonal hatred had not been fannedand intensified by an ambition io reach bY the United State Senate through thein conviction and extermination of his 0politicalprayer was overruled Powers felt and believed that be could not at least would not be accorded a fair IItbeprayed the presiding judge to yePcate tbe bench Just her kiud er may we not interrogate Why should Judge Cantrill desire to side in a case when a mans lfLIstake and that man bitterly protestingc against his sitting aa not this conduct forcast the result of the trial does it not indicate that he is politically biased and tbat he is bent on venting his wrath and person al animosity against this man Powers But tbe fact that tbia man refused has to vacate the bencb is not the worst ia feature of that trial That trial is a political one and this presiding Judge has empauneled a jury ot simonpure Goebel Democrats actually twelve Democrats partizan and biased to cotrythis Caleb Powers IS to be tried bym 8100000 What could precludejusA tice more or thpurposesmanner this conduct of trial thisG Cantrillian blasphemy is in ite infamy it surpasses the Dreyfus trial for coldblooded persecution it far exceeds that of our pilgrim lathnl ers and yet it Is all under the forms of law in the land of the w free and the home of the brave In his opening speech at Mayaville for the United State Senate Judge the Cantrill boldly declared that WERE IT NOT FOR MY DECISIONS UION THE ELECTION BILL TIlE PRISON BILL AND OTHER IMPORTANT LAWg THEKR WOULD NOT 1JE A DEMOCItATIC OFFI 8cxArINare tbe words of the man Cantrill now T presiding in the Powers trial over the- o At prayer and protest of the accused The conduct of such a trial is the ob ject of the civilized world Alleyes are turned toward Georgetown to view the proceeding oi the most unreaeona ble and brutal trial that was ever perpetrated in a land of civIlizatIonth TilE JAY AND TilE PARROTb The jay bird editor of the Herald reminds us very much of a parrot tbatb was wont to play oft on a puppy The parrot mounted a limb over tbe sleeping cur and made great sport by so blbersVifellattention could not be called fron his fancied dream andanew procesawaf instituted by the gay bird Orowiijg very bold and assuming the valor of a ten cent hero Polly flew down and pinched tbe puppys ear and when die the act was repeated a second time cl tbe angered cur eeizfid the noisy bird tl eb wrung his neck a few and threw him on thobJard pile fordead Finnl r the masters came rdllea8 he Vhat on4arh has huipvud ana weringiulfonea rginlcdwih tearsp Polly said Whs whal wha Ive talked too daraniid mlich Like the parrot the jay bird edi tor grew tired of tbe serenity of THE REPUBLICANS sway hero in Ohio couuly politics flew down and at tempted to disturb our unchallenged course by attempting to defend one J Smith add the Two Weeks Pay Bill bufwbcn we opened up tbe batteries of tho legislative records tills gawkyn6isy iowl left town im mediately andJiasabt been seen IDI iournalistio circles since Jay bird jay bird ohiwKy dont you tarry Scuse roe pleat aayeth the jay- bIrd ucht Tve already talked too damned I t JUDGE MiLLEUtays the county adI 82000 in tbeeinkiuefuud at tbeclose business for moo The records say age 146 eheritla teul meat ok No 2 that the county did not ave a cent in tbe sinking fundand tiuta penny in tile treasury but that deficit ol 823123 actually existed udge why are you trying to deceive reoll Why did you notexplaint igmater in that long Herald Is this record false or is it- t you I THB boverV on Judge Millers card eays he has paid 824000 on the coun a debt The records say only 87000 aa been paid Now if cat harmonize this you are certianlyI fted in harmonizing Ibidgs that are solutely lake But then there is the orn Crowder letter and your 4ih of arch oration which no one dares to harmonizes not even yourself ButI man that likes this sort of thing I5 is the sort of tbings that be likes OUR old friend A G Benton alias Heber Matthew hat about closed his doors he has been mizzled for some I me and not allowed to speak butdother day bo persuaded the let him report a conversation we had with a lady and tbe poor fellow declares that we asked the young lady vote for ourfwin brother Why brother you need not grow huffy this hes married MR T J SMITHS jay bird editC wha V dabbed down to deliver m from truths cycle in the Hart ford Herald told aa big a lie as possi e and then went to roost on a perch secrecy the home of tbe vicious falsifier defender of the defenseless Jay bird Jay bird do come back and read Mr Finleya scorching denunciation of you on first page TilE REPUBLICAN published the- ourejournal1891 exposiug the vote- dT J Smith on the Two Weeks ay Billaud this pius gentleman had thetaudacity to say that the record aod all eke contained in THE REPUB CAN wae a gd dd lie WhyE e should so abuee the records of theI commonwealth do not understand MR FRANC WADE says he cast one Republican vote in his life and if the Lord will forgive him bo willnever cast another Republicans remember this We suspect that Mr Wade done another thing or two that he praying the Lord to pardon Mr I Wade itdont become you to gestic ulate too much juet now IT Is very strangeindeed that persona who have claims agawst the unty can scarcely ever get their oney without discounting themu hile Mr Wallace Superintendent gets his discount paid by e County Judge and his field seed tor bytbe tax payers money ood people how long shall this en t dure d Iris strange indeed that the IIei1ajay hird editor would house journal go unqutationed Weld the lay bird editor that T Jc JPayjay bird fled He knew ho had lied and the beat way out lay in 1tlence Risoo says that 819000 of the countys debt baa been paidMiller 18000 Hows thia gentlemen the fact ia you are both mistaken the time the Judge put the over n his dard out only 87000 had been paid Geptlemvn why dont you tell the people the truth WELL well the idea that ouran tagoniic nd malicebreeding contem should report a conversationb at we should have bad young dj whom we asked to Jectioneer for our twin brother Thou jealous rled rascal THE sole reason tbat A GBenC ton and hia aaioctatfB in infamy are viciously attacking Mr Rogers it ecaue of the work of Tin llruntItIAN and these upstarts notr Q ure into ab intelligent argument ithu JtheJudgeof the Ohio County Court pa ra the discount out oftber county levy iu Mr Torn Wallaces orders why ont iha Iroe Judge pay ountslor other ilblka whohavep alinel Jidge yhy ou fleJ IF any poor sllver received penuiri unoil HiVjfinK thore Dem craticbrcthrn fitldiDf ciniruiiona trpm fiat mry urtw aTnliunhed iu the rural districts art cettainly telling their harp Wbat the Republican bojs aiodiirig for then is a plenty Mu CRAB FINrEYao that be Wet aaitciated withT J Smith in the ilbseofO4 and that Smith yotcd against the laboring man upon every occasion Read Fiuley e letter od nit pii e Os Kthtng very uoiicable iu the are tivlti wiitivn in the defense ol Millers finanuiul atatcaieut of the countys in debuiluees ii the abseuee of records Read Thomas letter and see what the S records sat THE Democratic candidates have muzzled friend Matthews of tbe Her aidjinto silence but pulled the bridle oil the jay bird It was a leap Irtm the trying pan into the fire We should like to know what sot t of explanation these nominal Demo cratic candidates give their friends for not meetiug the Republican can didatia onthe slump HURRAH boys hurrah r- hatycur vote is no good unless you record it Dout fail to go to the elec iod and vote to down the Democrat combine ticket f ITS uwfully unfortunate for us that A G Benton eavesdmps our enuver tations with ladies and reports thew- lobls hand bill Its nougb to wake fellow cues IN his dire calamity the Judge i calling on such fellows aa Ringo to straighten thatwhich cannot be hat monized by any course of reasoning LABORING rain read Finleya letter on first page See wherein T J Smith tbe soldier ia your friend THE Jay bird finds it necessary ocorne again ip the detente of bi I ear friend the Judge IT is a bail choice between rotten apples ao it is with A O Benton and the jay bird editor READ Thomas scathing rebuke to the defamcra of truth and the rec rds OUR friend the deacon habit sed uothin bout being a soljure lately READ Chas Fiuley s scorching rebuke to the noiay jay bird GET out get out Thuu fouland filthy eavesdropping cur Catarrh Cannot bo Curod With local applications ns they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh Is n blood or constitutional a e ant in order to cure it you must take iotergal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and niucou- urtaces I Hails Catarrh Cure is not quack medicine It was prescribed bypneof the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescrlptloa It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The petted combination ol the two ingredients Is what plO luces such wonderful results in curing catarrh Send for testimon ala free FJ Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists price 750 Hall Family Pills are the beat- S Farmete Are Jolly The Louisville CourierJournal savs that the Protective Tariff has been sed to jolly the farmer That is where the CourierJournal right lithe farmers 6f this country have ever had occasion to feel jolly it is nowwhen under Dingle Protec Ion money has come rolling Into payoff mortgages to buy new tqnlp raent3icclnding the latest and most improved brands of agricultural machinery and to roll up the account In the saving bank Yes the larmers f the country as a general thing feel just now and it Is the Protec ive Tariff which is responsible for it There is no doubt about that And best of it is tbe fArmera are notI the only people who are feeling jolly but the jolly effects of Protection plOlI erity have been felt by people in allI alks of life everywhere throughout he country Asa producer ofjoll1tyI tbe Protective Tariff has few if any equals and we are glad to see that the Louisville CourierJournal Iat lastI beginning to recognize the fact American Economist U It Happened In a DrugStore One day last winter a came my drug aore and naked for a rand of cough medicine tbat I did not have In stock says Mr C R Orandln the popular druggist of On tario N Y She was disappointed and wanted tokflowwhatcoagh prep station I could recommend I said to er that I could freely recommend Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a lair trial f she did not find it worththe money o bring back the bottle and I would the price paid In the course of a day Or twp the lady came back InIcompany with a friend in need a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle oi Chamberlains Cough emedy I consider that a very good recommendation for the remedyI The remedy owes Its great popularity and sale In a Urge measure the personal recommendations 01- epple who have been curged by its use It Is for aale by Z Wayne Gu- inBro m FACTS NOT FICTION Strong Letter From Thomas in An swer to Ringos False Statements BASES ARGUMENT ON RECORDS AS RECORDED OFFI CIALLY AND NOT ON STATEMENTS OF A VOTEHUNTER NOTE THE RECORDSTHEY ARE GENUINE EDITOR REPUBLICAN Judge Millet started outto pose us an economy can dldate for County Judge and got out a card purporting to give the financial status of Ohio county Only one Hera the amount of bonds soldout of six on his carol ib true I went to the record IIf the Ohio Fiscal Court and copied a statement ot the financial condition of the county nad placed my statement and his on a card which 1 gave to the public The fairness with which I dealt with Judge Millers statement inspired popular confi cence in my statement and ijrnany vttets concerned about what goes with their haidearned tax money came to the County Clerks tffiee and consulted the rt cold ol the Fiscal Court and the result so alatmtd Judge Miller that he again went to the pub ic this time with a circular Ins which he affirmed little and denied nothing see his circular I relivrd ed to his nepspaper article which he Utr circulated in the turin ot A circu tar and asktd the people to consult the record for themselves and see which of us hal lied I coild think of no fairer way to settle the dispute My pain appealed to mn of fairness and commonsense and the Clerk of the County Court is now called upon daily by our taxpayers who want to know the truth If Judge Miller really wants the people to know the truth why does he nut ask them to consult the order book of his own court I presume I am understood The Judge was driven to the wll and no longer able to even alt mpt toI defend his indefensible statements ht appealed to his friend and chairman poiltlc11demagogue rather lengthy article in the Hartford Herald of this week takes a random shot at the world in general anti noth ing in particular Mr Ringo says Blind ligtr whisky bought and paid for here is dally dispensed from the County Superintendents office Mr Kingo must excuse my brevltv but I must say that thin is a lie I could perhaps have found a milder word but must economize space He also says that Mr Heavrin did not give but two dollars to help fight the blind tigers Perhaps he didnt I dont know but do know that Mr Heavrin does not drink whisky and that be never had the misfortune to have a rate of whisky shipped addressed t him delivered to a tar keeper on ac count of similarity ot names Mr Ringo Iud ogRlnI dont want to be rude but let the truth again b- etoldwben he said that for many weeks the County Superintendents office had been closed to the public The door Is lockeJ only at night and teachers trustees and others who have business in that office are treated with the greatest courtesy However it is well known that the Coun- tY Superintendent has officed at the REPUBLICAN office for the past three ears Mr Ringo refers to Millers finan cial statement thusly As to Ju IlZe Millers statement ot the countys finances it is solemnly stated by this same candidates newspaper that there was not 1 000 In the sinking fund ot this county but a deficit of 231 23 tod Mr Rlngo refers to certain tiLt zens honorable and upright it is true fur verification of Mllera statement Mr Bingo is said tu be a lawyer and as such ought to know tbut a court sp aks by its record As a lawyer he ought to know fiat a court of law would rot in a case like this aow oral evidence introduced but would order the record brought into cour Is will strike some folks as a little ttrrnge that Mr Ringo did not ask the public to ro to the record of Judge Millers court for a verification of his card That the people may rot be de ceived in this mutter I copy from Sheriffs rettlement bcoc No2 page 146 Ohio County Clerks office the final recapitulation oi ce tlement made with SherIff of Ohio county January 11 1911 by W O Hardwlck Commissioner which was the lad settlement made with the Sheriff Ainountcarriedtorwatd1o8aethiataacadUeBheriffofOhiOcflUUhj To balance ddt slaking tuudasaboanbyettiement JI1T 1 Df order ol J p UU let ComtnlMloncr 10 k lag ton l J4M6S f3Sir l flTMSJ Oatancadtle RT SteVeniSBcrlBOhloCo f331SJ All ol which I toupwttdll submitted W 0 ItiBDiriclf Cant I M S Ragland Clerk of the Ohio County Court decertify that the fore going Is a true copy of the final reca pitulation of the settlement made with the Sheriff of Ohio county by W O HardwIck Commissioner Jan 10 1931 given under my hand ai t 1 o Clerk ol the Ohio County Court Uri- sjI7IbdayoI0cta901 MS RAGLAND Clerk By U O RAOLAVD D C It Is apparrvnt from the foregoing Sheriffs settlement that there was a I blance in the sinking fund as shown I by Oct 1 90 settlement 351761 Take credit by ordets J P IMiller Coat r 2 433 95 Laves balance that should have been In rittktnc fund Jan 1931 ftttllemrnl 1083 66 However Ihl i amount that should have been credited to the the sinking fund was transferred by Mr Hard I wick Co nmixloner the credit ol IndebtI county to the Shrrrfl wtis mrde MB Mr Hard wick tells me by hi crediting the debt of 131489 due tIe Shertffbj the amount hf i 083 66 which properly beoijtd to tilt sinking fund Mr Hardwick in a ftaurnent in a recent issue of the Hatttirt Herald stated that thure was in the sinking fund it the line ol bin January or settlement with the Sheriff 1108366 I regard Mr Hardwlck as an honorable gentleman and since his newspiper statement was in corflct with his of ficial statement I lid him the fairness tocallhUattenlO I othe disparity between his two tUtenicnH and asked him to barmnnlz his fffitiil statement as shown In this arllclr where in one Instance the county owed the Sheriff r3q 83 and In another without any credits btiig entered in favor of the Sheriff the county owed him on- t J3r 23 I explained to Mr Hard wick that tM difference bet ween these fiurts ws exactly r83 66 the hrtlolllIrradlinking lund at the settle 1lmltteI1iSj 66 frcm the sinking lund 110 the credit o the Sheriff which still tit the coiptt in debt to the Sheriff Iln ttiLKUiu if fajt 23 with not a dol lar in the sinking fund which is per fectly pppmnt In the tUlrmrnt j qu ltd I I do n c i tntx the iifcree of the reidtr with further eapianjtiOiof lila mnltrr lm Iit want to Nppeal III the cwMtororrwo of the public by a klnrt t pole to CtltuttIhe fl1 irlof the Ohio Freed Court as to the corrrctnes flfevelv statement I have made and also cull purilc attention I to the fact that Miller and his man If THIS DONT i WE HAVE 1 Kldy have never dared to off r tIt IllY61cGI Tiiii COURT SPK KS nv rca REOJRD JIM II Tn uts ChmnI Drzlnffs lta of aprtitr fl tlIlnIcy and nauifa are nil comtttd dyspepsia or indigestion llerbine G VI prompt telUf Irlet 5i eta J II Williams nlI Keynote iiCorner Stone With a degree of unanimity that would be surprising IIIt4 purpose were not vfo obvlqu the news paper adv cate ol terTradpTailll rtvUlon and a ldeppf5 honjif niatli et for the ale ofa Jnget fqrelgn trade ate declatlng that tcclpio Ity vas th lcpote of President Ale KlnleyVUufltlo speech In sUl1ot of this view they are reprinting care fully selected extracts taking pains to omit lhose portlanant the perch whihl quality arid r explafn President views regarding the kind of POD rlfrcJ 1 ruJlt Uiat wpshuuld enter Jrto with forelgrf cqaritrles They are apparently actuated by a comtfjo imt uke ol Suppression for they persistently refuse to Imforra their readers that in the pcch at Butfalo the Presidents patting words to the American people dwlt upon tbe care which bould be cXetcUed tnI negotiating reciprocal trAde agree meats 4i that dome tc pro duction shall not be curUllrd Thia proviso was emphasized over and i over agalp in theDuftato specb1 but you would never nsptct It il I sources of information were limited to the cdltorl olurgri of 1re Trade revisionary anti reciprpcatpry oespa pet Protecjtoq Industry ras the keynote ol the Presidents BuOalo pe ch William McKinley died pa he hail lived In the unaltered conviction thntPrptectlon was the corner stop 01 Amerlcao protperlty and progrea Your If Its coated your stomach Is bad your iver Is out of order Aycrs Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys your liver rlaht Easy to take easy to operate 21 All drutUU I tont mootucb ft b 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health begins to improve from the t dose 5 far S S S1s not only a Wood purifier Lilt an excellent Uulc And strengthens and builds up the constitution while purging Ue blued of impuri ties S cures all dlseatca of a blood poison origin Cancer Scrofula f Rheumatiiuiz IlOd elIr1n1Wcs uc5 aiiiblecu ifthe GIllY aat trthat moSt JJloodIolaoa e A ol nearly y r of i ucee6ful cures isa recordlo be 014 8 S S is Jijore popular DdJthai ever It huraber its the tliouwnflj Our iedlcal pondence is than em itf the the medicine oatt Write I othhkuforthegrsatgoodSShasdone ing advice about their case All letters IV and careful tttfhtfotu kllfclbmratuayot es es and such cuca- than the ordinary practitioner who makes i specialty of no one disease SSSWe aredolnlt consuitJng to i ty JRatI1 i yon to yrrlte na ifvou hove n or akin trouble lye makeop Whattver for this service rblpodI I I THS twin wicirw Ct C Par 8pttsPnIaIlv AIVI N iitvxrrrr VrCusy Jud PfOil RUCJH- Nr r Cnn1 inrl Ilrrk fliiMAUI11- S5Jrtnhty 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bonilMdisesa- ecotailetas purphysicIaasbAvemade REPUBLICANTICKET IOKOnaR C4HTQXXaa- II presented yjaitusIntho C is4 CLOTHlNGl4LOTllINth41 tt e Sulrs f f iuthiiuinlChUclreri Qvetcoat for Men Youlhi antI ChlldreA fiQN fbtc yOTylWip hbppng all over tht whole county You can In the Sijt t utini pint right here at aprltC thkt will prove entirely satisfactory The BIT values ore those which wenr and please The boy likes them The parents like them Theyourijr men es pecially admire them AVe have them and inferd to MjV htipf jYon are compelled to buy Why not RO where people can serve you ca11 u DRESS GOODS This Department contains the It ole lUhI of JJiess Fabilca we have ever shown Rich Colorintf Some tugger ting wjrmth and wearing cial Itlei Others soft Aud smooth for trrn tailored ujt8 Suppose yon call and give a glftece o two to all the new things InXVomens Nyeanble tiJSHIRTS AND UNDERWEARI Jhls line ia bouifhtdlttc ibm tMnta shirt mukers We have selected ior 5 lIne wh attrsctti i jJ0 twearliig qriallties as the prime coesid- seratioa Noie IY t IitS N tics Ihe nraiIqLzt PtT p2ttrroi JhVacc rity VrttediGprtveui vnpsr srudditcriroL Krtjc t- biffijfajf CcCpPl Uf t W oJ t r t wlect niwIh thr ultnhKt cJLItot rJBlh Jflbd weitA ftt4tvirhtyfrilqu UiyinucoTiiliig Wr5ld4 Cl F a I 110 LI 0 TO fJ E5 8ODV o t 1y- o ightenl ine ijt Jo t f epa rp Jtn1C ntet thno nIUo1f tVlItV1- UItil WO filled a doeii papi1ikcit1iknuid yOiwgtt1diit k110o likoyouwould uymooltlhg through the grcltttbt ttoriiilf t1ifthUflta 7 IrePIrcd toilo thoInrgcst bUIfa incS over done ill t1118 Ot1fltyqbfFlfyOU PJco t to your fir1 interest and tliftintnvos of your fitiiilicd v11 mainly do4tWo alniost ovqrthing yot1 8 We IIIIVO nIl grndts andriccs We StVQ you tiiioxceiIcsoiico WO gvo yorn lIml9r crs pro npt and careful tittcntioii ist3eaver DamtmdscoToryoureclfhow E and Brut do business in their Mammoth Store 7 J 1 t Jt r I 1 itr ni ia c ci f 1 Wit iIj 1 W Wlj t Q11 5i5ut eI I 5 55 n It I Leave Your Money 2 In the Savings Bank a SIX MONTHS ANp YOU WILL GET 2IPER CENT INTEREST INVEST rraWITH aI I r In heavy Winter Wenrnblcs Buch as Suits Over coats Blankets Comforts Underwear BootsShoes t Ladies Jackets Capes and Fursarts you will re alize from 20 to 10 per cent We are tho recog nized LEADERS in Ohio county for any and nil of thoso goods 1 Five Dollars buys n nico Jacket Extra heavy Plush Capes 100 to 1000 1 Only 7 buys a stylish Jacket in castor and brown 1 Good quality black Astrachan Jacket 500 450IWrapsIors from 125 to 3 Mens Suits and Overcoats MrnV awool Suit ES Good allwool Salta5o Odr WEST all TOO Suits 10 P cywo l Suits sat style 12 So Chlldtrno Uncv veiled Suits 3 to8 years ioo to 3 50 Childrens Suits 8 to 13 yens 135 fa fs6a Childrens Overcoats 5 to 15 years i 50 Better grade lime s11 wool j oo to 500 Mena back and brown Beaver Overcnata 500 Mens bt ter quality Beaver Overcoats iSoo lIeatlRaglalldltOver coats 8 ro to SIO oo Extra fine Beaver Overcoat 11 50 Dont hay before inspecting the best line of Clothing In Ohio county 4 HEADQUARTERS For Domesticr Shirting Tablp Linen Prints Ginglihrns Linsos Jeans YnrnsFlKnnols in fact ovorjthng for winter REMEMBER THE PLACE a New Livery and Feed Stable 1 Good Horses and the Best ofBigs at all Times rite most polite attention given custoniofr and tho kindest care taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES andM WAGONS Will also handle the FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZER t jfc TERMS STRICTLY CASHS A O TAVLOR Proper SUCCESSOR TO KFX VN A TAYLOR Bar1irordEei3tuoky iHartford Republican t RYPAY bCTOBBR 18 illinois Central RallrofedTlme Tablert i i ltoON w time earls Ukl K stet Monde 1 DM t at noon Nurlti Hnnnd Mnnlli Hound NlleldV4t4nt Ne121d IIIr a I tMuinUMMTpIMr NoI7ldueLpm Nolndlluo pU No indataemL- neal rrllhKol l4itTHaMi BDYinMITii t6f Anl pD I Bltl lbae Brt one aN n asks ado b7 drv LL JIfurJeervedmaker at Williams dtng store I Hard to 61l Then try a pair of our tailor mode trousers CARSON CO The Singer office has the fanciest line of candies and frnlts In the city The Singer office Is the most up to dit place In Hartford Can and Me This store fits your form pocket book and fancy Ttyust J 11 C Of rO- Ourfall I derbys Au4hPoft iffsdket l3o0lb bayW hatethefiaestllulo t Ml build la town tblsBeaaon andwe believe we hrye CARSON Co Shotguns the cb eat Jto th hehiBfOrffSha drfeff stare BverV od gaaihnleed Call lQd ieethins- The f Singer ce did a laud omc businesi Je fair People know whereto prig thing t- Oirifall ellt lI 1Jr shirtstell themselves AH to do IIiowrap them up l Unmetind ieelforJyoarrtlLi r 55SO 1 I N a o n IUl9 9EYeLry r YW werxeanrtthoefrIga doctbraTprosjiJecHvBrcnaionier tSCome and see our suits M eARsoHutt COI Ii I l- t I I I jlr Dah R Glbbs Rockpqrtmas Irttatf n WednVday I tit Jno T Moore was in Lonltl vllle first of the week Mrs R C Taylor Cromwell has beerT very sick for some tline but Is thought to he some better 3lttH D Lee who has been visit Ing his slater Mrs W G Hardwick returned to his home In British Co InmSla yesterday S Weave the formBtldg mlHtnrJ1 suits =very swell You will want ones Come and see 11 you dont- i i CARSON Co It Is tine you ere buying tour wragsand taros tell yolk this is the placp to buy them You have beard of the plajwiier your Jnftffii ey backrwelt tbii kthe place wBete youget your moneys worth CARSON C- oflIootLWe live by our loodand on it Wd thrive or starve as GUI blood is rich or poor There is nothing else tQ live onbyWhen strength is full and spirits we are being re- afreshttdrbone muscle and In body and mind with cona tiqual vof righb1ood This is health t When weak In lowspirits no cheer no spring rest notesteep wearo starved jjour blood it re is Jittje nutri entinitIt BaclcoNhe blood is food to keep the blood ftfjh L hch- t fails take Scots Emulsion o CO iy Qsefst i wtole bd nMaO- man andchildf t Ifrwhnenetltedtiaeaotorlret wmple- a roa T scorTaaotVNEChemttta 1L1cd6ttCt 1r7 w Dte +dVof UrJII duials JrT eti n There will be for H tli nsopen rd 1up in ltarifof4- MtAarr LIKe anilJrsscJIrfnzy Mot inntown were In townyestctdey Mr W V Sptoll has opened hardware and furniture storp at Put dee Jlr L M Render Louisville lit visiting his parents Mr Bud Mrs J B Render Attorneys D Wilson andTX Felix were In Morgantown Mondx 3 on legal business If you want a atylUh hat for a gen tie mall at a moderate price you pvi find It at The Ikobiny Dry Good Store 1Mr E li Bullln ton the barber 1 returned last Saturday from a visit to relatives and friends at his old Home in Indiana II you need o pair of pant a new coat end vestor a suit made to order you can get It fat The Economy Dry Goods Store Miss Olive Carson wh o has bee confined to her room for some time of typhoid fever Is much improved and will soon be out again Mr B P Moore and family of near Narrows visited Mr Moores parents Mr nod Mrs W Ii Moore ei Saturday night end Sunday If you want stylish heals for Ladies Misses end Children at uoleral e prlcesyoa will find them at The Economy Dry Goods Store Dont forgetthat we have a full line of Millinery goods and prices to suit all Vms cannot help but admire them CARSON Co Whenever there is anything new out in linen coli oryou can cor here expecting to find ft arid you will not be disappointed CARSON Co Seethe stock cf new Guns at Grif fins drug store Good Guns at low prices A splendid variety of differ ent makes every one guaranteed During the new century men will wearlpants The mfjirlty wilt be bought here as we sell the best pant made CARsoNCo- The hunting season is totabond 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 tell I FOR SALaHouseand lol mile I North of Hartford good honfer barn and outbuildings house In good repair telephone to Hirtfotd i Apply to Mrs Lucy S Hubbard 1331 Teachers of Ohio county bgtlrgea tletoen and fadles are cordially ipvlt ed to visit the Econom Dry Gcols Store for Cloaks Ovtrcoits toots Shoes Rubbers Umbrellas in fact everything a teacher needs You will feel proud of your legs If they are covered with one of our 3 pants and your legs will be ashamed of your body II It Is not covered with one of our nice coats and vestsC- ARSON Co Oh myl I nm near forgetting to tell the ladles about our dress gods You have never seen a better assorted line with prices from gsc to 2 00 per yard Adreas from either pattern wU make yoniookwellCARSON Co Mary Johnson little eighteen months old daughter of Mr and Mrs W S Dean Dundee died Sunday evening ol jTypbofd Jlux Funeral services war cbadacttd pt thn 3labbnlcIlyll Monday by Rev B P Jeutlris t which the remain were interred at eplllogbabe fea very beayy tllow or f9on parent They have the tridtres sympathy of their many friends in woef l JnQP Morton Dead i Judge Jno P Morton tiled at his residence in Hartford Wednesday morning at 8 oclock of rllihetei Vnneral services were condmtd at the residence yesterday morning at 10 o clock by ftevR D Bennett IIf ter which tie remafns were coo lgnt4 fotbtlt fi a1 eSJlngpa e In 9kwOO4- cemettry ytheG Al Judge Morton served the county as Judge for two terms He was elected In 1899 over Mt AL Morton anj again db94 over Mr E T Williams In the capacity bf Judge he made many warm filends who mourn his departure from the waits of life The family of the deceased have tlje sympathy of all in the sad iioir ol afr fllcllon SpeclsJtraln will leave Heaver Dam on Satiirday October 19 kti33tpft m for Louisville Round trip tickets on sale fjrthlstian toLiuUvttle nnd retuTrn at ratEol Iifi toad Rofng ead rctnrnl r D spefal rain Ljttpes Lttg svelte Monday Qc c stet tlICOaf Ti Resolutions On the death of Comrade Lo IlIl1 Haiel Whereas bo4 baa sees fit to yaii fro ourinldit pur comrade who waaa member in onr Post In good standing He was born In Jeflerson c nntyV 1rfn d847 being filtyfour yea bldat the time of his death H FerVeddorfng h41r 1tfrhiCompany Ki3r Tenm InltVand ad ertbotibrdQlddlichatggatterhsfatbtat llvcdTblt we hear teltE t Boriow oftbe tenth of our comrade Hedrpattedthllueoa htt4 rgJi et his home Mini neat TittV peat 6 Gee Ohio cointjr Rt turk nnd wa iMdBWd v by l Prtsion M1loltgn fost No 40 A R ChaplaiiRev J c A Bennett fliiaed lit the grave good malyuld mldlers end biro 1 friends were present RtsMvcd We hereby Under our sympathy to his bereaved wife any Id child and relnllvea Wercqtitst that these procecdirtya be published in our county papetH and copies sent to tlie widoNv of the deltaed comrade REV loci A BHNNRTT JOHN p CHAMBERMN Com Louis GUNTHPR J ofashe Ts at B day night Oct 24th the speaking oC Messrs Jarnagin and Duncan hat been called off Scbroeter the Photographer Here we areat Hertford and will re main until February the ut 193 and will endrnwr to please the public bttter il possible than we ever have veryuuptc are made at the leading galleries in the large cities cndat prices as reasonable as possible We pre making cabinet phi its at l 50 per dazes or six for 1 Kodak photos 6 cents per dczen and photo buttons 25 cents tarthe Gist one ten cents each lor all addi tional ones Come and see our but ton frames and watch charms the are fieand cheaper then ever n For all fresh cots or wounds in either the human subject or in ani mats as a dressing Bollards Sno Liniment Is excellent while lor sbrea on working horsee especially If glow to heal or stippurtting its healing 2e5 eta arid SQ cts J1I Williams m RENDER KY Oct 15Mr Wm lJry lltmar shall ol Render went to Hartford to day oh business Mr Ifneons Pate clerk for the C C I Co at Reader visited bis father and mother Mr and Mrs johh DemsMr E t Myefs visited friends at Genital City last Sunday Mit3 LItlYlfranclslsour upto date pot missslrefs at Render In the ab settee of Miss tena It Fentress Mr and Mrs W G Kelly visited blends and relatives at Leltchfield last Sunday v Mr Judspn Rows went to Green vine ycfterday on business Asit is getting to cold to prey bathe Render Base pall Club wIll play the lest game of the seatoa next Sat utdayat Render with Select Irrom nil reports Select has a strong team aid there will be a goeexpect ed Select challenged the Render team fortt game on that date so the Render boys will accommodate them Geme culled in the afternoon 003IC Wilson Russell is on the sick Met at this writing ilta P k Saulsburg end Miss Lucy lames of this city spent yesterday aflernpori at beaver Dam I ist Friday morning little Charlie the tOIIollIIr Robt Blackburn wa exiled from this life to await the com Inc ol the judgment day Charlie was n ptetty little boy and be will be missed by all of those who knew him The cause of his death was typhoid fever R W A Call The Sons of Veterans will meet in Img patter t business will fie transact tRI members are earnestly rtgnea4e to attendtHU DAVIS Capt r 1Naturq can only feed file flame of life t b throeeaten which is dl reinvigoratet a week At mach and so 1U1roredlge flan as to insure the natural bloom of health Pric45octst jji Williams rMarriages Herdsmen NewlOi to Miss Clara Mill George T Yutes toMissBer UeEHAsiUns TJmlls Hardinto 3112 VirdleMaV Hall W A Kingt MiasEW N Burtbn WllberMnr low to Mitt Artie Robettst Taxpayers Jioticel Wejpow iced the money due the State and Ctmty by you and you will greatly oblige us by paying slime at once as w MUST have your taxes I ftesectiin SLSTEVESSOLIOL C JointsrIn thci lingers toes arms and other parts of the oJ1 ate Joints that are inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that slid condition of tho blood which affects the muscles also Sufferers dread to mbvfli especially after sitting or lying tong and their condition is commonly worse in we weather a It u a time since wo bar a Myrlie bas been with rheumatism SarupaIp will enAblo him to tslre his in the field UnsAtfA Dart81dneyIow- al lfll sTarsaP9r Remove 4becanee of cfutward application can Take them y i 5 LUND SflLE FOR TflXKS FOR TilE YEARS9919t7001- I I By virtue ot taxes doe me as Sheriff of Ohio county I or one of my depu ties will expose to sale at public outcry at the mutt house door in Hart ford Ky on Monday November 4 1901 Lends as follows EAST HARTFORD MO I Mae Arm MA Cut Richardson J H99 50 S4 20 Same 1900 70 3 8 Same oi 74 54 Griffin Ed 1900 tf s- Park So WIIIIRm99 j 650 Same 1900 3X 5 6 Same oi 3J1 5 4 Taylor William 99 tf 3 15 Same 1900 J 2 85 Same 01 JS 2 jcl WEST HARTFORD MO 2i Maddox E A 1900 40 5 6 Suue ot 40 4 45 Coleman Nelson 1900 I lot 3 65 Same ot I lot 3 50 Foremen S E 1900 51 4 90 Lindley Sylvester 1900 1 lot 3 65 same or i lot 3 oo Nail Ed 1900 K 3 35 Same or Js 300- Phippsjohn 1970 141 g 20 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO 4V Coghlll Thomas 19 0 16 255 tfSame pi 12 3 35 dtl0 75 Same ol 200 9 55 Sprole Gnbrer 19 b 75 335 N05w lat rttt Henry 1900 30 3 II Same 01 300 3 Pool Geo W 1900 27 5 35 Tanner Isaac H igoo 400 340 Same ol 40 330R- OCKPORT NORTH Graves Mrs Annie 1900 I lot 3 6o Graves Minnie ot t lot 3 45 Graves E Jt19cO 80 6 15- HeckMrsNanrileiooo I lot 455 t Same ot X lot 490 Hines James 1900 uS Sjo Rogers Houk 1900 I lot 3 05 Smith Isaac 1930 I lot 3 oo- Tllford Geo W got I lot 4 65 Same bt tlot 4 45 Austin JnorR 1900 j 3 IC Baker Jesse S 1900I lot 310 Same ol slot 3 SEtUCt of SlUlt 3SaecoI 70 lIORsn BRANCH Harrison Albert L 1900 15 3 00 ROSIHB Likens M M 1900 3 lots 3 85 EAST BEAVER DAII i idson Grant 1900 I lot 3 85t WEST BBAVBR DAM Kinkade MrsFanniel399ZS 125 LIkens W M 1900 x lot 480- ojndexter Richard 1900 30 410 Taylor Miles 1900 62 765 Same ol 63 3 95 EAST PORDSVILLB Brown Gco fl 1906 go 66SI Cheek Geo J 1900 z 3 35 Sime ox 2 I 3 90 360aoi it 305 Eskridge Thos J 1900 I a 90 Same ox a go Greer Sandford W 1900 I Jot 460 Hufl VVm J tgdo 1lot 450 Loyd Bird 1900 29 3 6f Same 012 3 90 Matthews Perry C 1900 if 3 1 Same ox 12 3 50 Parton Sans T 1901 6 420 Same ox 60 445 8dlines Iheul9O 2 10 Same 01 22 3 75 MCIIENRV Den o Geo 1900 X lot 460 S me oi i JoVirisVs Porter Wm icon 5 s Roach Hugh 1900 25 4 Same ot 25 3 96 Render Henry L agent for Jblt Campbell igK Ilot 510 ShullMrs Lucy C 19001 lote 3 60 CENTERTOWN sTlnalepGebTrgoo X iotJ 1691 nSIlALLIt0U98 Hiqtbn W P 1900 4aot 6 ds- 5IIRQVB j Mtlam obnit 275 OtATDH Burden JB I9 o 25 J60 Same di 35- Stearman 350 Thoi T 1901 51 325 Wilson Chaa B 1910 too 5 6o Same ot sore 790 WEST PORDSVILtJ 35eRoach John T igoo 71 665 34JWhitteDTlfAVlttl 0r dld WTT 1960 63 j 5 60 Same 6x 6ff 565 Greer Johll 1900 1 I Same 01j sf s Hamilton Jno B 1960 40 55 Same o l3o 4 a HamlltonjBallle E 1903 130 4 3o Hatbout las guardian of Hans lUna heirs 1903 51 4 60 335tStinnett Alonzo yf 4 60 Teel AG ig o I 3 to- X I dBRAtVp Simpson LWrIgoe iacjN 8 8p Mn Mary Sfmpsbas v 4a0 SlwPso X2j 9o roiNT PtEASANT V SVhiltinghnlastgoo 37 44S 1 Mi Lungs II An attack of la grippe left me with a bad cough said I bid consumption I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly II A K Handles Nokomis III You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayers Cherry Pec toral when your cold firsts came on so you let it runs along Even now with all your hard coughing it disappoint you STheres a record of sixty years to fall back on TinagibestZkIkIt AIIlntddal IIthto uk It tha dont take It na know- S LMT II wltti wrew1lllnea0 ll Sue rBAST HARTFOD ADDITIONAL Sultenger C B M E Whtttingltill by C B Sullenger got 130 8 70 Same ox 100 6 40 WEb HARTFORD ADDITIONAL Neal E P guardian infanta of J W fohnson 1900 54 4 05 CRO1IWKLC Tate Ellis 1900 46 3 S6 EAST DBAVER DAM Stimpton j vlgio JJ 980 tdC1IQNRYADOtTIONAG Caldwell Sandy x lot 4 55 v UEFUKADblTIONAL Howley Chas 19 K 49t 3 95 00NON RESIDENT LIST 1JBaaham 3 05 Brown Richard T 1903 t lot 2 05 Same 01 I lot 2 00 Same 99 I lot 2 05 Burton V B 1900 I lot 9 70 Bisler Wm Ig o too 5 60 FoqnaJooS 19 0 65 485 Same ox 65 4 76 Reynolds Mathew 1900 55 255 LlpeS Belle S19ro too 455 Lynch Wm receiver of C Anltman Co 1900 loa 5 10 Same ox too 5 oo Paxton Mrs Ida C 1900 2 lots 10 75 Same 01 2 lots ip 30 Yates Matilda 19 0 166M 5 60 00Same ol 66 f 3 So To the above list six per cent Sher ifl commission will be added on di of sale S T STKVENS S O C r J Came Near Dying For tHree days and nights I suffered agony untold from an attack of cholera mOl bas brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centervllle Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried n dozen different rnedi clues but all to no purpose I sent lor a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three toses relieved me entirely went to sleepend did not awake eiththoura Idn awakening a f ego I felt 10 gratified that the first wqrk1 dopa going to the office Is to write to the manufacturers this remedy and offer them my grit ful thanks and say God bless you youIZ Wayne Griffin Blot m t 1 When you have no appetite do not relish your ItoJ sari feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose ol Chamberlains Stomach and SaSm o a drug store m a Notice to Farmers I ever8aIn Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dam lor 1650 I own the county right fur fifteen years Call on rad4resa moat Beaver Dam Ky WM STBVEN- S9l3t September 9 xgott low About Yur Heart teehour a few roteu ei It Itreiulir Aroyottihert of breath after slight exertion as ittlfti sweeping haveaor chokeingsmothering 112 to lie on left tide If you have any of these tymptoaii you certainly have a weak heart and should immediately take ljlllesHeart CureI J Mr F H Oaks of J N UJ lace abptkttrjc I iinfVt ute otjat c abete ut 55 t be shoulder a9d II r ttpaJollatloe would lilt ml begin taking Dr Mflti Heart PIle tad oon p rnan ot wlltt 8otd Ls all Druiital Of Mites M dloal Co Elkhart lad St a 6 SHOES HURT iJI YOUR GFEET THEN YOU l NEED A PAIR OF G i6 el 3WOMEN a eAili JErJ at iCTHIS STORK tWHEN IN NE- EDOFtSHOES 2 1 tNQarficcofmans wearing ap 2par jso much to his aJ discomfort or to his comfort and aJj good appearance as his ShotS aK Therefore in bn one should a9 2fittlngjJ Shoes Our prices ange from J to 4 in Mens wear 1 to 1Iin Ladies and 25c to 8150 J6 Childrens No matter what the a tpricc may be every pair embraces and style W e also cara j ry a full line of Mens and aJ Heavy Shoes and Boots Try us Ji once and you will come again aI t tCARSON CO = l Y1M4 1IYrY7TYrIT4 A Short Talk About Dry Goods and Economy v j v v OutrtoK Falkland Wihter Wraps are now in andesci thorn The very newest styles and shades to Bo Vr8ho yn this season We aim to learn ourpat f s rans und ha1o band ins l assortmeiit dfsizcs for theirespecial benefit Thso 45 r bisPrlcortlrthen full belqw cost as some will say but they aro marked gt n smull profit and wo expect rt to sell them at the marked price Wo used IIEc6nb 1Y in buying nail expect to give you the benefit ofour experience and save you money 1- Br1TE 1TOES I t W4avo used Ecoiiomy in buying Shoes and 1 feott fJSnYhis tlja wo handle tho largest lino of both ladies and cots Shoes in tho county and5 f can give you the best values for the least moneyj Ourstockof medium and heavyweight Shots Ja I complete Wo can fit most any foot in any kind- or style of Shoo Our line of ladies Fine Shoesa aarcbeauties I I t 4 DRESS GOODS 1 Out line of Dress Goods was never mprocom1 toleto than now We have French Flannel forw r waists ranging in price from 25c to 75o per yard Our Black Dross Goods cant be beaten in prices quality or style Trimmings to match all goods A very largo variety ofDress Goods at Economy pric- esCLOTHING ETC We handle a full line ofGonts Clothing any General Furnishings Newest styles on gota Hats Newest styles In Neckwear Newest styles In gents Shoes In lions and Boys Fall nuts dWinter Underwear we have tho very best and most substantial to be found anywhere nfid you certainly combine Economy with comfort when you buy here C n O tO 1- l ci t YOURS FOR ECONOMY Mrs Sara Collins Smith 0 a VJI The Kind You Havo Ahvnys Bought and which lias been F In use for over 30 years has foorno tho signature of 1 and has been mrulo under his per InfnncyaI AU Counterfeits Imitations and uJustnsgood are but l Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of i Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA i Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of cti u The KM You Have Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years TMC etWTAUN COttMMV TV MUM HAT CTHtCT tW TOUH CITV rs J fTflAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY 1aorporated CAPITAL STOCK s 2WWO 00 r RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Addresa all correspondence to HOME OFFICEI LEXINGTON KY GOOD TEEMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS A BOON TO illf8vicIivDIS YDR TABLERS BUCKEYE r f l IdmII g mlr4ro cI g uimys u4 o41Idfl W rni 11 PILE II iS A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN 1CURLS WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES DY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F 8tl 4r Ie Proprietor 310 North llila Street ST LOUIS UO WORMSJIii1i xxaIDaVGGTSF BALLARD St Louist r I ASTHMA CURE FREE I nlAsthmalonn Brings Instant Relief and Permanent I Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAISLY ICIJAINED I FOR TEN YEARS I There Is nothing like Aithmalene It brings Instant relief even In the worst cases It cures when nil else SaUL RidgeIllmalene received In gond condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore thtoit and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your advertisement for the cure oi this dreadlul and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but re solved to give It a trlnl To my aston- Ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a lullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochsler Rabbi ol the Cong Bnal Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene Is an HayFevertroubles which combine with Asthma Its UCCtlib IS ustonlshug and wonderful Alter having it carefully analjzed we can state that Asthmalece contains 110 opium morphine chloroform or yoursREV J901Drtestedthehas been rfflcttd with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex sIgnuponNomemberI thatIdUtiesglng disease Yours respectfully 0 D PHELPS M D 1901Gentlemennum advertisementandchased your fullslz bottle and I am ever grateful I have family otfonr ofhealthsuch use of as you see fit streetSYork City PostalJMRDICINECot Sold by Druggists I 2 1 MARCH Tl iff 1901 C41 3 v I Since the Adoption of the Chi cago Platform in96 I Have Been and am Now a beniocrat GJa Populist I am for Everything e Populist Have AdvocatedI UI DOnt FrQpcctc Take One BackVarclStep for E1ny Norriination or Office TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY I have heretofore in response to certain friends of mine made what I conceived to bo a clear and explicit statement of my political position Lest there should be any misappre hension however in tho mind of any man on this subject I willadd to what I have already stated that since the abop tion of the Chicago Platform by the Democratic National 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 Dlatform and second support of party nominees- I had supposed that my political position as hero defined was clearly understood by my friends in this county and I trust that there can be no longer any room for misapprehen sion on this subjec- tIf nominated for County Judge by tho Democratic Convention which meets in Hartford net Monday I expect tO be nominated as a Democrat and shall ask the nomination as a Democrat I shall submit to the action of that Con vention and cheerfully support ts nominees whoever they may be on tho Democratic Platform which that Convention will adopt Very respectfully March 1 1901 J P MILLER Judge Millers Democracy is being seriously questioned bmany just now and well might it be too for during the 07 campaign ha told various Republicans that he wasjust as good a Republican as anybody and at the tame time he was tailing under the Populist fusion banner It Is quite true that cn the 4th of March last he published signed statement that he was and had been a Democrat since 06 bad endorsed all the platforms and supported all tbe nomineesGoebel included The card speaks for itwltj it is quoted above and tbould have the atten tion of every citizen Below we give a letter in Still which was written in answer to an inquiry last year as to whether or not he had deserted the Populist party It is self explanatory ftutfrci Ktj uti 9 100Q MR T F CROWDER MANDA KYDear Sir Yours to hand and contents noted I am glad to hear from you I am nut surprised at anything that you may hear about me you will likely hear between now and the election that I have stolen a Rail Road robed a bank or raped the Queen of Eng land anything that will discredit me in the eyes of my friends but let it come I am a Populist stillandwill pay no attention to these Slanders Iam very busy taking care of the business the people of Ohio county have placed in my hands and have no time to fool away with those who wouldslander me i am for everything the Populist have advocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomina tion Or Office I am for r Mr Bryan foPresldent because he was nominated by tim regular Populist convention on a Populist platfom and if the Democrats and Free Silver Republicans get on our Platform we cant help it but they cant run us off we got there first I would be glad to see you and talk this matter over but it would take mo all day write you about it I hope you know me and there are oth ers that know me and you will hear even worse things than have yet been said but I am a Populist I am trying to do 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 oil our hat to him Whoever dreamed that Judge Miller would tllleala railroad or that ho was guilty of having robed a bank or that he would ever attempt to rape the Queen ot England The only charge that bad been preferred against him at that time was that he bad joined his foF tunes with the Democratic party He declared himself to be a Democrat in the convention held at the court house during tbe early part of July which appointed delegates to tbe Lexington convention ani Iwo so reported him 16 the public This was all that was said of him which seems to have slandered him What Slander him to call him a Dem ocrat You see what he said it iDot our saying its his own language He was charged with Democracy and so nauseating was it to bis mental stomach that it revolted against it and actualy emitted the above letter as a resultof the nausea It will puzzle the wisest to harmonize these manuscripts We cant do IL Its yours gentle reader to have aud to hold fix it for yourself A man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort of thing that ho likes FIELD SON TltAN8FEirLINEnaeu wiuicaT trQ AT= IIIEAvsa n- asr a TPORDA PAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED m Sound I The Boston Herald speaks approv ingly of the Portland Oregolan as Ia Republican newspaper that has al ways had sound Ideas upon theTpr 10 and then goea on to quote the Oregolan as saying that enough has been done lor the manufactures and wholesale reform would consider the Interest ofthe constfinera especially those ol the farming class It will now be In order for the Herald to refer to Tom Paine astla distinguished ponent of orthodox Christianity American Economist 4 Whites Cream Vermifuge Isa highly valuable preparation capable from the promptitude ol Itaactiono1 clearing the systenl In a few hours ol every worm Price 25 eta J H Williams l m oA s1oact T aBsusihsTKkdYItrnAIasys8et SIpvt ot William MKinley His lIfe and Wor nv GEN CHAS H GHOSVFNOJI Presidents lifelong friend com rade and colleague In Congress Wan near his side with other great men when his eyes were closed in death Followed the bier to the National Capitol and then to Canton The General requires a share ol the pro ceeds ol his book to be contributed to a McKInley Monument fund Thna every subscriber becomes a contribu tor to this lund Millions of copies will be told Nobody will refuse Elegant Pbpotoravnre Portraits of President McKInley last picture ta ken at the White House You can easily and quickly clear 1 coo taking orders Order outfit quick Chance to prove success secure yearly con tract and become manager Send la 2 cent stamps for elegant Prospectus Taking 10 to 50 orders dally 50000 will be sold In this vicinity Address The Continental Assembly Corcoran Building Opp U S Treasury Wah ington D C 1314 I I Curo Rheumatism or Catarrh through tho Blood Costs Nothing to Try Would you like to get rid ol that chronic rheumatism ortolTenslve ca tarrh forever Then take a bottle Botanic Blood Balm which has cured thousands of hopeless cases that bad resisted doctors and patent medicine treatment Botanic Blood Rain B B B cures through the blood by de stroying the poison which causes the awful aches In the bones jjInU ahonlier blades ansi back swollen glands hawking twitting kid bitaih Impaired hearing etc thus ntnVi K a perfect cure botanic Boo B n thoroughly tested tot 31 year Com poiedofpurr botanic Drug Per Itctty safe to tale bj oIand young Druggists Jr Trial treatment fret by writing Blood Etdm Co AtUnU Ga Describe trouble ami Iree metli cul advice given until cured Dont give up hope bnttry B B B which makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the all run down tired body B B B makes the blool red giving the skin the rich glow of per Sect healthtoThe editor of this paper strongly endorses the action ol General Chas H Giovenor In requiring a certain hare ol the proceeds from the sale of hIs book to be stt aside lor a McKinley Monument Fund Our readers will see an advertisement of this book In another column 01 thU paper In Memory God in His infinite wisdom In His allwise providence has seen fit to rail from our midst our brother and co worker Mr R 0 Bennett Although we in our weakness cannot see where it is best yet a stiong abiding confidence that all the trials sorrows and losses lour lives are Fathers husbandry ought to silence every question and give peace to our hearts in all their pains We cannot know the real on for the painful strokes but we know that He who holds the prnnning knife Is our Path er therefore be it resolved 1 That we bow in submission to the Divine will in taking from us our upright cit rjn a loving husband and lather a faithful worker in our J un day School 2 That we extend to the bereaved family our loving sympathy und awayIwas er service in other spheres 3 That these resolutions be pub llshed in the Hartford Republican a copy be spread upon the minutes ol our Sunday School and a copy to the bereaved family JOHN DUNCAN M J WILLIAMS Com MARION AtIIBY 3 Thousands ol the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by Tatters Buckeye Pile Ointment It never falls to cure Price 50 eta In bottles tubes 75 eta IH Williams m I What the free traders desire and are trying under one disguise or an other to bring about is the opening up ol the whole subjrrf tanS revis- Ion in the House of Representatives They will strike for general tariff leg Islatlon not in the full hope of get ting it bat more with the vlewl de veloping material for next years Con gresflonal campaigns Washington Star Red Mens ResoJutlons on the Death oT President McKinley Wigwam ofthe Chief of Records ol Kentucky No 54 Imp 0 RM iJcHenry Ky 20 Sun Corn Moon G S D 410 Common Era Sept 10 1901We your committee on resolutions on the the death oi President McKln ley bg petmUslontto submit the tol lowing tWHEREAS The Great Spirit Ifo caused the shaft of deflE to eetVe heart of President William McKjnjfiy and called his spirit to y Hunting Grounds ol the spirit World WHEREAS Our country was to sud flenly thrown into mourning and sor row offering npptayers for one who by his goodness justice religious life kjndnesa and Ihoughtiqlnens lor bis invalid wife has made himself very close and Jlear to the American and libertyloving people and WHEREAS Being bound together Thousands Have Kidney Trouble nnd Dont Know It How To Phd Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a It or set tling Indicates ant unhealthy of the kidneys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid trouble desire to pau It or pain In back Is convincing proof that the kidneys bUd der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In rheumatism pain In the back liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passlnrIIwine or boer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during tho day to get up many times during the night The mild the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In 5Oc and Si sizes You may have a sample bottle of wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about both sent absolutely free by mall sediment condi r lion ney too frequent ths liso and kidneys and and this address Dr Khmer cc R M of lmnpRoct Co Btnghamlon N Y When writing men lion reading this generiua offer in this paper In the same brotherhood by the Totemic Bond of Improved Order of Red Men be It resolved I That In tbe untimely and de plorable death of President William McKinley the I O R M has lost a mott distinguished brother and the United States a just and conscientious Ruler and while we mourn his re moval from these Hunting Grounds we ttnt that his trail in the Forest of the Splilt World shall be the beat 2 That his beloved wile and rela tives have our htmtlut sympathy 3 That we as Improved Red Mem and American citizens condemn the aplitt ut anarchy and urge that Uws be enacted hit will eradicate it from American soil 4 That this ripntt be spread upon the minutes nf the Tribe and a copy be sent to the county papers and American Red Men for publication II Score SANDKOS H P HARNARD I Com H R RIIOADS J The most stubborn cases of Bron chitis succumb to Ballard Hore bound Syrup Puica 25 and 50 cts I H Williams ni S MEMPHIS TROTTING ASSION REDUCED RATES VIA LLTNQ1 CHTAL BL Ioawoolb ot the uklo Klrrr to U raihU u lollu- wuuvufiui I all TIII iiuuj TiiirFrom nil station Tltkcti to Iw soW lrolll OttobirtkUl to IM told dally Iron iKtloo 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tntQt which when faithfully used not permanentlyconic ftopplnir the dlnchatirrt and curing all inflammation It la the only temttly known tn science that tsrtoICure and in sold nt the txttemely bc price ul One Dollar each pickaxe containing Internal and external medicine sufficient for M lull months timtmetit wnd everything ntccsaar to its pet fret use I perfectCutens the only sale and pomlive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all irfl imation quickly and permanently and Is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often lend to Consumption Snuf1iluwtt ave you II you ne itIt once It Is complctetteed to cure Csarh In any ftui or stage if ured accnrdlnc to the three lions which accompany each pack sire Dont delay but send lor It at once andwrIte lull particular as to your condition and you will receive special advice from tbe discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your CII m without cot to you beyond the regular 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INTEROCEAN n member of the Associated Pie s and also Is the only Western newspaper receiv 41Inlethe combined telegraphic and cable news matterof pectoe1 E 1apondents throughout the country No pen can tell the BEST on earth41 41 By special ntMngements we can furnish TUB RB bit 011 PUBLICAN and this great paper for only t 25 Ad 1dres all oiders to the = Republicana Hartforn Ky l THE CHICAGO POST SL PAPER Eierr FARMER should read dill The Chlugo Post Enrj LIVE STOCK Shipper stoald read dally The Chicago Put EKIJ PRODUCE shipper should read dallj Tti Chicago put Eiery flRAlK Shlppir should read taU Tin Chicago Pest I THECREAT- MARKET W NEWSPAPERTHE lEST IS NONE TOO ROOD FOR til sewipsPSI THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III 4 mvDrrr t jOHlo Count Circuit Coirt W T Own Jdg1 J0 lloi Attorwr Owttboro T II mark Jllor H4 And nnaa i UOWM holbrook Ilutorn Dluloatri 0 II IJkun Trutr Jury akdi H l NtTUJ Sheriff lUrttonl Ifepntjr 5brItIDaU lloet r T II lUotoo 1 D Taylor VM Tli k 1 OOIrteoDTlc5rstUodaiuMrtb- 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CHICAGOA new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Bvnnsvlll and Chicago the line beliig via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Rvansvllle to Mattoon formerly apart of the PD ERy The services is as tallows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Bvansvlle 7311 pm 730am Ar Chicago 7001 m 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex SunSLv Chicago 840pm 830a ra ArBvansvllle 805am SS pta Through sleeping cars on night trains and through ftee reclining chair ars on day trains llcketa oiyoa local ticket agent t5rDONTFOOLEOI 0I Taka11M rcAoui Midi ROCflY only by Mutl cIa Siadi orillaIkups yoit wail mini tut IPelt cent balk Ateart IIMII IIIHI Ut AM ywr draffUt CHiCIiESTERSuGLIs1iL i PENNYROYAL PILLS I a t tj VI o M K11 35 I O llbetai I C I aM =rollobl1idHiNknnironrI 0 rtbboTakutlmaad Imllitllonii nayorxmirDnil lrlnd Se In Zamp fat Trail IfIGHioncsTrn OHBMIOAI 001109 JIIlID Squat lIISt An PA eaUilhiaps S