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It p THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN un p vFineJohWorka Specialty iFFiciiL mix or THE mw IN IBB raDarS ca uEssiOIAtDIBTaICf SubscriDtion Ii vpr 11 VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER25 1901 No i 11 MOTHERHOOD trc1lfRILuortuuAtely 1 keei nace with the mothrrh in stinct and whcu real motherhood cornea it often cornea to mother who cutter Intolerably during ma P ternity and who are unable to nune the weak ling child which mocnstoMotherhood ti prepared for and byIthep rime FaroHte Prt criptlon It caret nauieatranqulllzei tb C nerve give a healthy Indpromoteratfal mckee the gintheher childa PreICrfptloDfor wtak and sickly women bgcctskcjjuurolIG lwbu ir tsby boY pine ha wtlglwd gthisith hneI am Ihjntrul that oi mutter hartsucil a ruid to regain their health tatet5CbMlratloo mt1llalldYbI eenlainmailing only AdUreM BuSalo R V IieneN Y mOIfaS lttDlYn M L UEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KYpWill practice hli prnlM on la cIpdslaIATrOgNEYATLAW iiAiirrniin KT Will prMllrehle pmfwilnn In alt tb tocrtinl Okla coantT nnd Court ul AptwnU Irompt aid atetil enfttltleratlon rleea all taeoeilraetdIS kl oars ivr lIMo rUII nut JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Mlal attention 1I1rn to rnlWtlneiaiaUir sbtvazt c l Not ri IaMIe tOt Uhlo tonw Odin north aId paMliqiar O E SMITHbit titrniiiu uy Will ptiirtfr tiUtiroli loi In alltS nurUot Thin aid cJIIDIDnllolrorto Appsl 4 Spwlkl ntlrotkin ultra la all botJorMtctruin to Sb Jlot tarn Oft1eiaCuAItISQmr5IUCU5rtbOUiiF ATfOUNEY AT LAW- nAim nun KT Will prnrtlmln tbe court ot Ohio rnaat aid Court ol ApiwaU rrnnpt nttritlni irftfo to All bnloMU eitrulrd to bla ran Ones la lltrald bslldlilJ K DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HABTFORD KY Will IortIIIIIn is Ohio sad adlot meoaatlt ICIAltfDllon ptrra to all but IMI entruttnl to bla CArL s P no BY 4TTOJXEYJIT LA W roRIIITIIIK ICKNTtcUY Will IrMtlr bit iirotamlon li all tk eoarU of Okla anU adJolalnaraantlM naJOuarlol ApptaU I Spttlal attention given to collection IJJOBNPMORTOW ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KT Special attention g1ve ri to all biilneu eatrait 4 table care Office In tonrtboosa C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will pruetle bto protnalon In all theeoirtaol Oslo and a4JJ1nlac coantkw iIIfdIollwill be gIVeS 10 nil bwlneea entn ted tq ble ear ColUftlODi ipcclaltjr E P NEAL Attorney at LawoHARTFORD KYsWin hIs rolJiloa In all tb tonrta ot K 1I011111I1matnimlnat pracltc yUle npatalra Orlffln block JB B WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR it lAW HARTFORD KY III I IB all tht eoirtoof Ohio sad M0lildgCOUUtfrJ and tht Court ol ip at Prompt aUmtlon glue to all bulatat attiM to blt QIIIOJIIII IIIYVOLICII biUdlog R B WEDDING Attorney at Law PASWO D KT t IIIvr ttit his rlOl In tbeeenrtII QbIG aa4ltlJol l eojntt Also otaw lQlltlr r L s Southern Railway rtotizP itt IIs4otthi1i gtate II4UPIiOKYTENN1SSEE South CAROLtl A ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI CPstoUdi Tb1H Dully fralna hetwwr Ixinlt Till aad I itnKton Observation I Tralnt leiiY and arrtt IxmllYll from 8OYDlt ItrMt UnlovIXpot conntctlac with traIns ot th iitI For Information addrwa r A WDIDOK PA T A 311 4th Aye LonliTllle L4 Wu H TATLOC Assistant Ui A LouUrUlt UaDa Ktr Iwaaklartoa I PIJCutpTrad la Agent 1 o ISTRONG APPEAL To the Colored Voters by Rev W Drane to Stand Loyal and True to the Re publican Party EDITOR REPUBLICAN Please allow me apece in your columns for n WOb or two 01 advice to the colored voter of Ohio ccuotv since I ntke with Very great alarm that there are I few of aocalkd Indus of the race who ate going the toands now es nfo1I similar occaklona advising the colored vjters lolOt cratch the Kepnbicin ticket they are not agalnat the ticket tbtmrelves and will vote it rtraigbt through or not at aHbot thoe leltO- uawyl tdk itgtlmt the Republican ticket In each campaign and uhj 1 simply because they are out for what Is In It Some Demccrat his ti Id thtm that the Republican committee has two thousand dollars in their pos I cession for the colored volets cl tbeIcounty and they must not vote thyge their putt and then hose tocalled lenders and get I scutching Clrtk and J ller pYI now circulate that D 1emociaticand itolari for the colored voters of lUyli font and as I live In lUjtl vi clnty Iam very naturally wilting my part Now this lathe enufi Ruing the rrunds by both these so wlld leaders and thecandidkts ot the Pen orstie p rty The KcMlid leaden now as up to former occasions are hired by the Deaolalc patty to teach the to ortd voters this falsehood end even toe nip attempting to contuse the and lead them wrong only be ause they ate out for whata in It t us not be deceived by tbete un piirclple bastards and let it tot be frgutton that we behold with the deepest regret five hundred thoimnd nejros ol the South aud who today lie dUfranchUbed as a result of the labors of these srcallrd MtOletii who are cut for whats in it We look with hame across the river Into Rockport led and there we sex one hundred and thlityelsht uegroa dill ranchisedcc a result eil the labors ol the ao a1ed leaders wlo werr out for wbsts In it At this cilticperiod in the Kentucky negro I ittory he who would say leave the old ship that landed yon so safely to lilteD and jump iota the ocean 01I slavery and help elect a law making assembly that will take from you your manhood and cry no politics in it bosII Veilly he is no fiieod to the negro voter in this county though be be bimsell a negro be Is devoid of principle and bears watch og The Democtatlc patty dOll not want the negro vote but oily wants him to do a little dirty work by vot lug for a middle man Rtmrmoer Isbt tall n certain Dew oclltlc negro standing on the corner of Market nod FUJC streets as the Oeckbam procession passed and he Voilnwtd Hurrah jar Btckbam when he was immediately told to ahnt up you black a n of bli there me no black spots 01 this crowdof course there is It111DO black rpots on a Deuiicratlc ciovrd oar will there ever beG W DRANK Tbousanas 01 the most stubborn nd dintiesslng cases of plies have been cured by Takers Buckeye file Ointment It never fails to cure Price 50 eta In bottles tubes 75 cts I 11 Williams ui Experiments With Laying Eggs Maine next to Rhode Iland has been doing practical and iniqrtant work at ita experiment station with reference to poultry An experiment been conducted on the possibility f securing breeds ol hens which hall excel In egg production Of the 336 hena employed 38 laid OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood AH the blood In your body passes through your kidneys onco every three minutes lr out waste Impurltlei In bloo- dItthiyarsslckorout ef ordir to do their work Pains aches andvheu rrtailsm corns from ircubUi unttudyhUllthey had heatt trouble btcaua hutt Ii Ihlckkldlietap dilfltfYItoubltdPOW Icleflce grOVes thAt nUtlf ill uiiitItutIenai dltCUO hive their bsgln clog lA kldnay trouble I are slckyou can make to mistake fitit doctoring your kidney The mild and extraordinary effect ot Dr Kilmers SwflmpRoottha kidney remedy Is realized itstnds highest for Its wonderful cures ol most dUtresslne cues and Is sold on Itsjnerits 111111centas a yourblood lbs or the fall sx shebI8d thll by the soon the sample bottle by mall HOO of nr tOOt free pamphlet telling ou how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Menttohis r when writing Dr Kilmer CoBlnghamtn N Y 160 or more egpa and laid less ta t too eggfl in n yrar Great variations ltIregulator i laying nlthoug all the hens were glen the tameliev and cue and the chickens in each breed tested were se lected for their uniformity It was toted that the eggs hot n bens that Ibid the greater number- S wtre on the average smaller tha those from hens producing fewer egg Ii and the percentage ef Infettlllty wt also greater In the toner case than in the latter Two hundred hens will make aI fitmer aa much clear money during the winter as five good cows raj the Cincinnati Weekly G ztte An pithemThis does not mean that any farmer who will give himself the necessary scho ling can safely figure on getting I eibaveacquainted with n good many farmers I who it seems to us could make use of this money and it strikes us aa one of the strangest things Jn the world why they dont reach out for Itan put it In their pockets Farm Field and tInesidej COUKhInlV one should tell you that you nted a few diaex ot Clumhetlnins CouhIRemedy o allay the irritation r i throat and make sleep 101lble It In good Trlt For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Si Bio m The Kitchen A correspondent I IIIn makes some very appropriate rmarksIrelative to the kitchen The IInomore time in the kitchen and illnlnc room thin any other patIoS the house Tbtrefjrc those rooms ought to be the first consideration in planning the house They ought to have a pleas ant frontage there should be a pltZIa pretty vinebunt porch where 1 the housekeeper may take her work and sit down in the fresh air to do it There should be a light table and K high chair on the porch fjr her coo venience The kitchen should be carefully planned so as to save steps To lo i ate a pabtry or llsh cloyets nt one of the room and the range at the othter is ituptd for a multitude ot 6tepn will be necessary thereby Have a closet or balway for coit huts etc and a tlnkjor the purpose of aholut lion outtide in the kitchen or as 11ras possible removed from where tbc cooking in going onsPresident Kouevclt hta prornisela the country a good deal the reputation of always doing more than nal he promises Kansas City Jourt f- It Is tbc veriest nonwnne for fpelic binders to assert that while one class in this country is prosperous another class is not prosperous The prosper ity ot all must come with the prosper 1111plosperousan I consequent increased purchasing pow er create a large demand fur the pro ducts of the farmers and other pro ducer4 Helena Mont Rtcord Naure can only feed the fliineol life with thelOl euteu which is dl ge ted Herbiue will re invijjoate H weak ft mach and so improve dlgec tlon as to insure the natural bloom t f heath Puce 50 eta J II Williams v CHRISTS LIFE IN WOOD ChrlrtIanti that tool o pocketknife twenty seven eara of John ODonnellj life was itquircd lie has finished his work says an exchange It stand in hia home at 199 Bast Fourth St I Salt Lake City a mal vel of ingenuity nand an example ol patience and pet ceverence the equal cf which may- a not be found In history There areI mote than 151 liftlke figtm each one ot which was carved by hand out of a solid block of wood The whole In its frame ifpr Brr U three yeataI whittling It Is died The blactual Bethlehem Mr OOonnel who is of the CattV follcMth lived in Br otlyn NY 110 1874 duting which year be did his first piece ol work on the anbject He nai a student ol the Dlhle and hat longed lor the ability to paint cud scenelllU the Scriptures rugltested co hit mind But be was no edict Tin only work he bat ever engaged In was coid carving It was after he RIterI8UjIpresent every hour of spate time Jus ben pat Into the wok He used on ly common pocket knives wearing out filteen in the twenU seven ytars he was at wuik Maiy a time tin sharp blade slashed his ficgersor hand Mr 0 Oonnell says on many occasvnn altir vorking all day on a piece uf wi o1 he would see it tall and break Instead of picking it up and dashing it against the floiron the other end he would at such trying iLOJieiits conclude It was out ot order and pick up another block This waa accoI1lPIISIIor It n quired tile piliccce dtsctipUon lath short of CODVCI log a correct idea of the work it will not convey any of thesphit and i enthusiasm which prompted the au bur to accomplish his ttsk I The whole li inclosed in a cabinet representing a church hichstinds tbaut three tct high is four feetI long and two feet wide The first I croup l fuiirei is in a tmaller church ID the inside and describes the blr f the Savior The infant is bI w ith Itt mother and tester father at he manger while the three wise men nrc making their tflirings awl the chepherd the ass and the ox ate hown Tht flight into Enl t wilbI he un ther and child seated upon an ct white Joseph leads the animal is represented The lat supper Is de- cnibed by thirteen figures seated rtoind the table and Jesus is standIing as though Idrelitilng Ills sposI ties The capture and trial of re depicted with minuteness even to I he kiss e i betrayal The scourging t the pill us and placing ol tbeI ot thorns upon the Syiora head ate other pictutcs The j uruty to Calvary li lullowed out and Simon crosIr C ts weight t rep resented by several groups o figures The piercing ot his side the otlerlng of the sponge of vinegar the nailing of Jetus to the cross and the removal ol the body by St Joseph Nicodemus Mary Magdalene and John the ascen HoyIapo are among C other rcenea represented There are many ohers not here enumerated but each iinpurUnt event In the life o1 the favio is given place Thc fi urea are Irani three to ninar inches in height Some ate In hardwood and others are In lighter material They arc all varnished or paint ed and will exist long alter the author Is dead and gone ODonnell intends to leave his work to some one who will appreciate It It never en tered his mind to sell it or part with it for a renumetation but he has cant all his time and labor out ol pure love for the sutjict Exchange The Farmers Home Market If there ate any farmers whoinisg inc that their branch cf Icdottryli Dot bentfittd by the tatiffon Bteel8D4 in fact by all tariffs that tend to promote the establishment cf manufac turing icduitries in this country let alltbewulkout domestic manufactures were rv I moved from this country and lIettoII work aay in England the home market for foodstuffs and other agricultural producers be cur tailed by such deportation Instead ol selling such a Urge percentage ol farm products to home consnincrsthe farmer would be obliged to alI them abroad and would be mnlchrd for the frelgnt and charges proIany thing that tends to increase the home consumption ot products is of benefit to the men on the farm as well as t the men in the workshops arid thy torerMtnneap11s Tribune 4 What the Inter Ocean Offers Never tx foie In the history of newt papers has so liberal an opportunity been nccoided the public to paitlclpate In a gilt distribution of such tremen thus a ze as tbe one which this paper- si now able to present to its readers throngh an arrangement recently completed with The Weekly Inter Ocan of Chicago In the ndveUUing columns ot tbll- ISue we print a proposition pertain log to the matter in reference and we most strongly advise all our readers carefully to pursue same Every word In that announcement is siccere every assertion is honest every repiesentation la truthful in every particular Iick of space compels us to boll down the details ai much as possible but we have on hand a large sUPPY ot the explanatory papers connected with the propositionfvvhirh were fur nished us by our ccoperator in this big dealThe Weekly Inter Ocean and these we shall be pleased to die tribute among those who may become interested L A TheTcrff is a tax said tie Fut Tfaders and merely enhances the piice ol everything it is laid on nd prevents our building up any ex port trade How completely events have disproved those theories 1 THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltlonAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly Tht ITnldentlal campaign U orcr but to world goes on Just the same end It U toll dOes Tn learn this mews nit 01 U to promptly and mpartiallyoil tkat JOB ban to do latolook la the column ol The ThrlmaWMk Edition ot the New York World which come to the iab crlber I toG tineS a yeSr The Thr1ceVi World diligent aa a pnb hater ot tnt laws baa glten It circulation wher ererthe English langaogo U ipoktn and you scoUt The Thrln a Week World regular anbecrlp lion price U ont floo per year We offer thla nneijaaltd aevipaper and Tim RircaLKiS to Retbrr one year tar IM- Tbereiralariabirrlptlon priced the two pal prea U f300 DO YOU W ANT MACHINERY for Threshing Mnchinorj Saw Mills Tiny Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED I j J THE BEST ZLi Hay Bale Ties Coilwire Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Gallon McHenry Mfg Mac CaMcHenry Ky 1 S Sample Ballot Qoic f ic rFor Representative Alvis S DenriettD 0III I I For Fon saRogois D For County Attorney M L 11eavrinsjI For County Clerk i M S RngIandO Dn For Sheriff Cal P KeownD nFor AssessortiFrank LqeDcDtFor Jailer Thomas H BlackD iiFor School Superintendent James DoWeeso 0 lo Dl For Surveyor I trJim0 blBenD tycamecrcausedlaiD Tea made by Madison Medicine Co 350 Ask yonr druggUt m A woman may dislike a man who doesnt understand her and positively hate a man who does THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured DailY In Spite of Themaelve No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Posl live Cure for the Uquor Habit It la now generally uaderbtood that Drunkneas is a disease and not weiiknesa A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use of intux testing liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat ing thla poison and destroying the cravipg for intozatanta SuQerers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Hume Cold Cure which lies been perfected after many years of close rtudy and treatment pf Inebriates The faith fut nsr according to directions of this wonderful discovery la positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrnnk ards into lober industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands 1 1 ChIN dren cure yonr fathers I This rem edy is in no eense a nostrum but Ilia specific for thla disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it Is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the site to that it can be given in a of tee or coflte with pmontklagcute tiieHielvea with priceless and aa many more haVe been byhavinglag ftlends and relatives without andiown apjarentout disease at once and for all tithe The The Home Gold Cure Isaoldet tbe extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others coat lngi6 to 50 Pull 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 t Edwin B Giles Company 3330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Alt correspondents strictly confid ential a i 1 Killing Sprouts It has always been neatly impossi lie lor us t 1 grub up young hickory trees so as to lull them Cutting them oil below plow depth would not kill them as sprout would be up tin first lea t1n and then they were worse to grub than before A trw ears ago In clearing new grru d we pulled out young hickory In e up two Inches in djamtter pith the horses but as tbe root of these are as the tops and go straight down It upThiseffectually hut was a dow metFol at beit We then began to experiment to kill them with salt We nn kill them with mattoek below wi ee tbe plow will run and dropping n bam full of salt on top oftlie toots thatare ItIt In this way we have nt further ttouble with them sprouting We dp not find this pan very expensive nod it la o perfect success A bind of lt will kilts hundreds of them and pelt can often be bad that will do the work perleetly S W Burlic game in Globe Demecrat r The most i tibborn cases cf firoa itia succumb to Ballards Hon cts1Ip A college education can generdly be depended upon to Ct a jotng m in for a life ol h zlness but it isnt s IlealialIAlt who use Atonmra in t eating acal catarib will get the best retult from Elys Liquid Cream Balm ctsIdruggists or maUd by Ely Dills INwMefsrs By BrosI sold two bot es c f jour Iquld Cream Balm U a customer Win Ltmbciton 1415 DelI achalaeSt New Ositans he has used e two bottles giving him vodetlul d most satisfactory remits CeoeW McDuff Pharmacist The Democratic editorial decors continue to prescribe Free Trade aiI Eaglaadtbeyremedy for the same evil Si there you areMoravlan Falls N C Yew Jacket Attractive Women All women sensible detire to be at active Beauty is the stamp of alth because it is the outward man 1womaaood In the veins is pure u beauteous nch is on the cheek lint when theI boid Is impure moroseness and bad temper a sallow complexion tells tbe tale of sickness all to plainly And women to day know there is no beau without health Wine of Cardl owns women with beauty and at tractiveness by making strong and 5 u IA PROMINENT lADYti Speaks in Highest Terms of I Pernna as a Catarrh Cure BebkcLodgeWomans ReU t Corps writes Jaoksou4MinneapolisI MnIMATbIstroiineftpclfljf Pernn fOontldtnen1 can oheorf ally recommend Fcrufa t niackforremeUiefwlthontrelief AldgsfgIa4 adrlacdma to try Pernna and 1 btjtuto nso It faithfully before each tnealfllst then I have always kept it In tboboaw JIPernna cures catarrh whereyrIsa ed As soon aa Pernna remoTeasu temlo oatarrh the digestion becomes good nerves strong and tronhla raA jibes PernnaitrongthcnswoaJco not by temporarily stimulating ttpa the caunp of vmk Ineeaayleml eatarrb This la lbs cure Remove the catua I nature will do tho rest rernnaroeiojfls t Irnmmaif4fincbook treating of catarrh la Itt dlfhr eDt phases hind stages alto m took Health aDd Beauty wtttttf lot women healthy those orgaoa which makeJier women Try Wine of Card and In 1ltIhardykaow DROPSY rtab3iIwsdjes hans Icicaa SlaytricnaahlrsIL perCCkhealthyblood Qjtcbens the brain makes and keep klIThere would be no steel ttustsaja Ike Hon WillUm Joel Stone 11 Bryan were President Quite so There would be a soup house trust Albany Jourtal I For sprnlnp swellings andi liuaer sogoodMChamberlains For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Brd 0 Millers Financial Statement Of Olaio C C11 ity S3bOOQjAmountpaidtodatoAmount in Sinking Fund 2000 Amount due Sinking Fund for 1001 5000 Total Reduction 24000 Amount unpaid January 1 J0021llQOO eb WHAT THE RECORDS SAYS rrIndebtedness adjudged by tho Ohio Fiscal Court Order book No 1 p r083000804Ohio County Bonds sold Dee 20 98 3000000 Balance duo County for 1898 tax as shown by Sheriffs Settlement Jan 8 1899 608853 Amount of Bonds that should have been issued and sold2491147GAifl- oillit of Bonds sold Dec 20 98 3000000 Bonds paid January 21 1899 500000 Bonds paid October 10 1900 500000 Bonds paid December 22 1000 200900 Total Amount pafd12OOOOO Balauce due on Bonds January 1 1901 1800000A- moiintduo for IronTrestle on Hartfordloveo 166000 Balance duo Sheriff ns shown by Sottlemet January 10 1001 Book No2 p 140 23123 4 Total indebtedness Jan 10 190111 1419j8123 r Amt of TQH collected for 0800 and 1000S810i8QO Amt of Tax collectod for 0500 nnd 180711 791852L =Excess of Taxcollected for 989H1900 over 95 96 9711111JIIIIIIII 220844 Amt jtiioUtoiiordeuFJ P M illcl ns Coun ty Judge for 09 anti 1UOO2O2O4TAint paid out on onions of Jno P Morton ItS County Judgo for 90 and 97 l5037f l 3 Millers excess over Morton 5167CM il r sortloitblnt i Rcspy JNO II THOMASj t Chmn Kop lx COlliE 1 I e 4 Lj4 t42 rOn Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 MIX UIUlLIIIrS c= o =011 =11 r1vruM == utl fIdas b Ih NtfordPib Ctlnt rponttt Wired ilHiitf ord pistiffiei sewndMis sail mt j i= 1 tmy best to t ilunderstfindm I cant duty ini y and to vote for Yerkes 1 l1 would TJO to indorse all the lawlessness of last 5 wintcrJ P MILLER sq THINGS MATERIAL tTbe public is advised through iii gentieman election conceived the most infamous and vile conspiracy that the deprave intelect can invent and attempted to execute to the downfall of a mont private character that the nominees of the Republican primary are not gentlemen that they are unfit for the positions they aspire to that they rep resent fraud and force and corrupt dealing and infamous dickering that they are the fellows that revolted against the will of the people contest ed the election of 99 and overthrew civil institutions here in Kentucky v It is singularly astonishing indeed frjthat Mr Heber Matthew who i himself a perfect embodiment of forS gery who sneaked behind ikuriofan anonymcus name and luuji J hia slanderous tagger into the prim e c character ofa man who hat Inrnitd rand wronged him in no waj who ad S vocated and defended a law that re moved every element ul charce lion elections who dtfeiuUJ a mau tha- boldly stole his comiuaion acd robbed the party of its rightful candidate who encouraged the contest aud glo lied in the infamy which was heirec by the overthrow of the ballot box 1 would assume to advise the liw abid ing majority rule Eelfrespectingciv il citizens who is just upright anc honorable and entitled to the respect and confidence of the otera of thi fair county The Herald and its ad visory corps have pursued a course against TOE REPUBLICAN ita editor and the Republican ticket marked not by reason nor fairnrss nor argu ment but by the very coarsest language commandable by insinuation and innuendo They have made much ado the top lino aud what they term infamous bargaining but they have never pointed a single instance where any man lost his vote by reason cII fraudor otherwise for they knew thu the very beet men in the county he that primary election These angelic puriGcationists in all their efforts have failed to establish the fact that any fraud was committed anywhere there waa noneyet they have never denied that these same God blesset spirits of purity and true noblcnes joined in a combine to nominate a real and thoroughbred Populist over a lifelong loyal Democrat These aspostlea of divine design and make these practitioners of raoras and dU pensora of morality brotherly love and Christian charity know too well not to be gulled into a defense of that 4th of March mockery they know as sure as they do that Mr Rowan and his friends are prepared to prove it the most infamous and cor rupt bargaining ever perpetrated in a landof freedom They know lull well that a combine was formed a the slaughter pen for a roan that knew no political god save Democracy and that his slayer and victor bore the stain of every political organization upon the face of the earth Facing the facts hero stated it is no wonder that these political mavericks have evaded a discussion of their conven tion In contrast to this course Tin RUTUUUCAX has invited investigation as to the fairness of the recent primary TIlE VOTER IS ASKED ro DECIDE WHETHER HE WILL flUPPOKT AN OF riCEHOLDERa TRUST OR VOTE FOR TIlE MEN WHO STAND FOR EVEIIY 1RISCIlLE Ol UOOD GOVERNMENT AND WHO HAVE TIlE FULLEST CONFIDENCE OF TIlE PUBLIC IN THAT THEY WILL MAKE TIlE MOST CAPABLE AND EFFI CIENT OFFICIALS We presume the Herald in refering to an officehold eras trust casts the insinuation at the Republican nominees We know of no trust save that the pejjlecoi fided to them to beat and defeat the enemies of free electiour0r vote for every principle of good government Oh hold on brother pray tarry long i enough toddLe good government and tell ua what Democratic caudidae Ron before the people slanla for even halfcivilized government DJCI the Herald mean to say that men who openly revolted against the will of the people and thanked God when the gocrnmentbadprinciple of good government All what man on the Demccralic ticket is on record disapproving the diafrtin chtBtnent of Kentucky by that infer nal and infamous legislature Rath I Ierl what nanin that coterie of dc to sanction endorse 111011apprvo the contest and its fruits blasphemy against the name of Kentucky and truth is not in tlo man who says the Democratic candidates representgood government When governmental power comes through the channels of grand larce rny that government is foully corrupt Again this afsaerfn f character says It is a matter where principle stands in the foreground It appeals to a mans conscience disregarding political ties and asks him whether he is willing to condone a public wrongs t the hands of unscrupulous politicians fr the sake of the flimsy ties which binds him and these cralty politicians together or whether he loves rightI for rights sake and is not his principles God in heaven save the mark How this political rene gade can command this sort of lane gunge after having called for the con teat defend it in its corruption and gloried in the triumph of wrong and the disfranchisement ofa great Slate il simply ridiculous and such a harm less rattlebrained nothing can neith m er command respect nor inspire coufi denceCIIARGETO TilE OLD GUARD Supposedspeech of Tom Smith to the old guard at its final and last meeting Gentlemen no man can possible comprehend more forcibly than I tbe burdens of 11m campaign As a last charge to you few indeed though faithful I want to be very plain We ruisunderetandingsam a t than I formerly anticipated Tb a- iealie yiti knew are against Ihe third term1 an i that iultrim Hurt ford REPUBLICAN is guing to mighty near make the people believe that I bave been in office all my life aud have made fuily 844000 out ot office toI13 you V this is a damned Republican lie That miner a two weeks pay bill is playing bell with me at the ininesaud them felluw have my record in the House Journal of 0J and every tel low that sees my vote against that law gets as mad as bell and eweara by nevertme AI thought when Ringo denied that for me it would settle this thing but that little upstart Rogers was standing back with my record in nia baudi ready to pub eh and I want to tell you the miners ate on fire Howev er I have some hope that my letter in the Herald will put them straight My long service in office and my Itvote against that two weeks pay bill has got to be counteracted in some way Attentionl hear me I want you to go out and make any sort Tirade that will add a vote to my adswap offal the boys for me if you can Gentlemen for Gods sake dont let this speech get to that damn fools ears that runs this Fox ally sheet Stand bme else Im pone Mose Ragland is moving everything loose I I and it just wont do to stand by idle Go to tbe bushes and stay there POWERSHIS PERSECUTORS Our contemporary seems wonder fully surprised that we said last week Powers may be guilty but that fact ought to be established fairly and impartially in strict conformity with the law We are not that partizan dev il that our contemporary is Whet a man is on trial for his life he ought not 60 tried by twelve partizan Demo crats ho ought not be tiled in a courts that had a venire of 175 jurors sum moned and 174 of that number parti zan Demccrats as is the actual exist once of affairs at Georgetown Mr Powers has been tried once and found guilty without theatimony that would justify the taking the life of the most worthless dog yet tbe Herald brakes bread and thanked gawd that this mans liberties were denied him In this trial perjured testimony from the most worthless fiends went to the ju ry when the presiding judge knew every word was a lie spoken from the heart of 100000 and not from the heart of man Still the Herald bless ed God for it Again Caleb Powers is on trioltbe testimony to deprive him of hisHfeI baa been submitted in ordinary times in an American court of jusI lice this testimony it cant justly be called evidencewouldnot cODvictI the devil were he on trial for ing the mother of mankind in that blissful field tbe garden of Eden Yet our contemporary has found him guilty and passedsentence This is no paRt of justice Its a new departure from the purpose of the lawit is barbarism rampant on civilization it is abnormalism in the extremeto make it forceful its hell broadcast We do not believe Caleb Powers guilty In two long trials with the aid ot 100000 to procure the serv ices of every rake on earthhis guilt has not been established still he has been DECLARED guilty by 12 partizan inflamed Democrats We hope we are not biased in this matter We desire tho truth nothing more We have had men of the Democratic par I1 ty and they Were supporters of Mr Goebel gonllemeu in high standing to tell us Caleb Power it juno S cent IIYet this blind ami bigot un speakable flimthm breeder of vice rushed into piint with tbe evidence 0 I Weaver Anderson and Noaks those sellconfessed victims of that 100000 bloodmoney nnd asked the people to believe and accept it- REPUBLICANS BEWARE Tbere are certainDemocratic candi dae who make it a practice to land themselves safety at the expense of ev ery other memberof the ticket Pro osiiious are now being made by Democratic henchmen to vote for certain Republicans il hyso doing u Republican will vote fur J P Miller mid T J Smith This of course iit quite the thing to dofrm a selfish a aiii mt As matters stand not a single member of the Democratic com bine has a ghost of a show to be elect eJ and they all realize this fact It Mtssrs Smith and Miller cnild tiade off their ctllfDgues they migh bave some hope of being elected oth- eiwIe they are defeated already Dennre Kepublicatc beware the kitI cf the anj eit there Is not tbe slight est reason for uwopping in a single case Every Republican is sure ot election if every man does his duty wjich he is expected to do The on ly channel through which possible de feat can come lies in the Republican party We have a decided majority and instead ol being lesatncd it should be doubled But remember dear brothers your votes avuileth nothing unless you gl to the polls and there record them Many a battln has been lost not because the losing country had not the men but because they were not available It is the moral duty of every Repub ban to lay aside what lilt1 personal grudge he may have against some member of tbe ticket if he should have any and unite for tbe success of the party principles for the cause of the party is greater thin the cause any man The noble fight lor civil liberty is but half begun tbe struggle for fair elections is in ita infancy and unless the Republicans come out en waste for tbe ticket that hang Tay lor and damn the Republican party element of the Democratic party will be placed in the saddle for the next quarter of a century The elections henceforth will not be a game of chance but instead every element of chance will be removed hencefor ward and forever Therefore it Is imperative that Republicans standas a unit in this election and let it be understood once for all that the principles of the Republican party go hand in hand with the laboring mans interest go band in hand with the constitution for a fair election and a fair count and a loyal submission to the will of a majority of the people The leadeis of tbe Democratic par ty as now cnstituted even here in Ouio county represent force and fraud and corrupt bargaining and j combination These leaders are in open rebellion against free govern meat even when they acknowledged their own defeat they absolutely re fused to abide by their own verdict and through their representative Mr Ringo filed contest to overthrow the government and constitutiou estab lished through years of bloody war Republicans in the name of God do your whole duty inthe contest now on The cruel and inhuman persecution of Caleb Powers appeals to every party patriot to turn out in force and lend his every energy to the great cause oi civilsocial and politics equality The guardian angel of the old Ken tucky home summons every man to his post to stand by the law to hold to personal account every man that defended the proceedings of the con test and especially the man that in dicted every Republican as being an assafain Let every mao in the ranks do his whole duty and our victory will be the brightest that ever crowned tbe efforts of the party L W GODSEY INELIGIBLE In casting about for members of the Democratic combine ticket Messrs Smith Co considered not qualifi cation nor fitLess of the man for tbe office but his ability to corrupt the voters was alone taken into consider ation This fact is known to all They know that Mr Godsey was neither eligi bio nor suitable for the office of School Superintendent Yet these facts were overruled in the for mation of the combine Section 31I 12 Common School Law says No peron ihall be rllfflblo to tbeoinraot tkliool HoperlnUndent nnlfw be ban bold Irom the Htate lloard ot Eianilnrn i State diploma or a Slat Ortlfluito which will not expire during lila projionnl term ot once or aIcertificate qualification ot tto grade ota county jrttlflcnt of the flnttlaii etc 0 The nomination nlmll ie hold In eYerIcounty on the last Friday In July and Aajfant next preceding the election ol County in per lutniJfDt Mr Godsey knew that his certifi cate would expire in 1903 and that if elected be would be ineligible be also knew that an examination waa held in July and August for applicants or candidates for School Superintendent to be examined he knew that a spec ial examination for him to apply for a State Certificate bad been held at the Capitol and he knew very well that unless he complied with tho requirements of the law he would not be eli giblo to the office of Superintendent J 1 tIe has not complied with tho first rol quirm n8 ol the few uit heUiub in 1 f to LIS Ilsctl nt till liead ut the Mlimlj ot tie county From Houii n o7 nl the cni mon fclfol Uw uud tliu lullnwiiig 1ttcr Irom Mr McLlir rcy it will Lo cou that Mr Godxey IS not tliglbo and if elected Superintendent of Schools cuM not serve in that ca pacifyFLMOR Vt Id 1WI DKAB 8m The nvonUb r oK thnt Mr I W tlo4e- yaaaitatlrtlfleut In the examInation ot J niw Tth and sib ISC Thl a III timer h- Iftler nplte June Mh lOKt Very truly II V MdHtiNtY B t Mr OHItIIiU foyer tltvatne lliHt Ioull be elrcc He bra ittt rnnni us Imil bii name jirinieil iii I call1lllilleytu M Hr him to attend the lair by the hardcs His course however in staying HI bms with his family iscnmmeudaMe There is un possible hope of his dec lion and no one knows it better that- L W Godsey MR SMITH makes a bold pay tn redeem hiraseli in tho eyea of the la boring men but be should not have waited until the day ot the election S fllIIre its a dive at vottgettinFj the whole thing is false itnd lie know it Mr Smith the record is against y3U Laboring m iu read it fur your eltHouso Journal t4 pages 40345 That pass III Mr Smith at Cbs Fiuloy as hema refugee from justice will make notling for its author Instead of btiug a refu gee from jualicehe is a refugee Stun the tortureaof his political pcrsecutioii iflijhe is a refugee frcui mock court Irom tbe flaming jaws othcll8100000 blood money and a court chartered to convict Ah Mr Smith refugee from justice did yousaj Come again It sr last year the Herald Ringo S Co villifitd abused and indicted every Republican as being an assatsin aud now these blatherskites harp not on atsasMuntinu but fill the air with- incendiary falsehoods and talk to I line and other imaginary They are very tlHoient fellowsthingII viaiui Republicans hut raise their voice one time nnen their party was openly stealing the State offices Thou vile and conupt hypocrits cleanse thine own household then thou mayest advise thy neighbor Is the palaveriuga of Miller Ringo Coabout the couutya misrepre sented debt they have absolutely disregarded the recordt They bave said nothing about the settlement made by Mr Hardwick Commission er with the SheriQ record book No S 2page 146 and approved by Mr Miller These gentlemen know that what Tim REITIIIJCAN Lea raid about tbia matter is true and cant bo sue cessfully refuted Gentlemen why do you persist in misrepresenting tbe countys bueints HEX a man is driven to despera lion it In impossible to judge hicn duct TIll REiOULCAN has Lea publishing a letter from Jaa P Miller to T F Crowder for some time it can be found in this itsue and we have been informed that this honora ble Judge is denying the authorship ot this letter and denounces it to some of his friends as a campaign lie Now Judge if you did not write that letter will you not make some eigti1 THAT Two Weeks Pay Bill ia the highest mountain save Mesa Rag lands majority that T J Smith ever had to climb No laboring man who has tbe sympathy of l is family at hi art can afford to vote fur Mr Smith because he did all in his power to have tbe miners paid in cardboard money that was good only in a 8 store Laboring mancan you man that votes meat and bread helpI your kitchen THOSE hoodlums that fired five shots in tbe school room at Deanficld while the Republican caudidatea were speaking were organized for that pur pose and led by one oi their own desperadoes The good people in and around Dcanfield denounce the act ol the rowdies as infamous They should every one bo arrested and made to pay the extreme penalty of the lAw FARMERS is it right for Judge Mil ler to buy Mr Tom Wallaces fiJd seeds arid pay for them with your money Such a thing was never done before What right has Judge Miller to squanderyour money in this man net He might aa well buy field seeds for any other Mr Farmer as Mr Waljace TWENTY years ego Mr T J Smith was raising the greatest racket about parly party politics ofany man in the county Twenty years since the same T J Smith only appeals for party sake in moving men from one precinct to another A radical change brother THE Herald SCRIBE has much to My of the abuce heaped upon Miller and Smith but he has never oflered a word in defense of either It is their abnormal records that have been aa ailed Why dont you defend the- mAlisThey are indefensible PfiiHMrs it would not be out of place to remind the people that tho Democrats say there is no politic i- njjljjjL n n this elfotii n yet when they ultct M petit jury they nitia hays Iwentyouo Democrats l three Kopubl Hows this fur poliiio Fou the last icu we lid the Herald SCRIBE has ben running from a squib to au ulitorial page on the negro anti his Suture Uncle Put pulled oil Moudav anti the Herald R1IItookWE bars been reliably informed that the caid Judge Miller circulated btjlIecould le pursundid six to sign it Oli II I THE only hUllO of Dcnucratic tory his iu their ability to buy uutI euougb Republicans to change a j irity of 100 This tIe Uw and 1tLey are gruwing dtplrl1le iu lleir atI tempt Ttey will tail however I THE fact that the Republcan east ing was broken up at DtnnnMd sUet three ot Ibe Democratic candidates bad Joel been lhre prtetuia a raiher I aujiiciou8 question tor tem iu vx plaiu Lass week Riugucaiue uut in the Heratd over his nwu name this wctk he jumped into the baud wagon with an assassin oi character sailing under the caption Choose je wbiuLI BENTON publisbid tbe primary ballot this week We published it twice before the election rt ill he dare publish the combine slate that defeated Mr R wan THE Dcniocrmiu tndidatea uru hard put to it when baud ot rut hans are orgau ud to break up Re publican speakings IT is a good thing to staudiu with the Judge lau t it Mr Vullact You get your discount paid Dod your tield seeds bought FttEE speech is guaranteed every citizen by tbe constitution but it win denied our boya at Leatifiel- dDiMocItATicbusbwhncking waa vividly portrayed at Deautield last Thursday nigh- tCatarrh Cannot bo Cu od With local applications as they can not reach tbe seat of the dUcatr Catarrh is a blxJ or cnstltutioual dis ac aud In order to cure it you must tuke Internal ictaediis halts CaUnh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces halts Cntxrrh Cure it not a quack meilicire It was prescribed by one ol the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular ptescription It Is composed ot the bet tonics known combined xlth the best blood puiifieri acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination nl tbe to iugtedients is what po uces such wondeilul results in cutlng catarrh Send for testimon- Ials tree F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by dtuigltts price 75c Halls Fanlily Pills ate the brat IIIIMemory Ciovtder son of H T r whoditd the l71h of September 1911 ned 2 years 10 months and 21 dnyp- Wwp on iwrvt Orrlllf iind take thy ml lost hni called tbe hulIethought It beatt- Yon have kindred orrr yonder On that bright nuil hippy bore nnRfbiIM H It Happened In a Drug Storo One day last winter a lady tame to m drug s ore and asked for a brand ol cough medicine that I did not have in stock says Mr C R Grandin the pi iuar druuri iit of 0 taro N Y She WAS dlaxppointtd and wanted to know what tough prep atntlon I could recommend I said to her tbrft I could Steely ritonmeud Chamberlains Con h Ktniedy and that she could take a brittle ot the remedy and after giving It a lair trial II she did not fiui4 it worth the money to bring hick the Imttle mtnd I would refund the price ptid Iitb touree- ofa day or two the lady came back in company with a friend In need of a coughs medicine and advised her to buy R httle of Chanilserlaina Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recommendation for the remedy The temetly owes its great popularity and extensive sale In a large measure So the personal tecnmiuenilHttons of ptople who have been cureol bv its UK It Is for sale by Z Woj ne Gri- tfinhiro m V Marriages Lennie C Everly to Mi 3 Maude ItBennett Wa ter Samuels Jr to Miss ntz Green Fred I Iltsey to Ml a Mabel B Smith Jas W Rvley to Mrs Belle Snell Teachers Meeting Ou account ol rain October 12 the teachers meeting was prevented I hereby fix November 9 for said meet tug continuing tbe old program M D MADD x Vice Pres DizzyRThen your well You suffer from bilious jPillsFor 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure Ald Jirllt beamtthii1I MjI 1H ORE AriD- UlLGERS Sores and Ulcer never become chronic traleu the blood is in r condition 11 sluggish weal antI unable to throw oil pulion that accumulate in it The system must be relieved of V matter through tile sore aud to life would follow should It IIlIbealUIYI the blood has been nude pure IYSItiC JyrtI A CONSTANT DRAM cTctetnnIlCfUPON THE SYSTEM When this baa been accomplished the dis charge gradually ceASeS and the sore or ulcer htalf It tendency of these old indolent sores to grow worse and and eventually to destroy the bonrl Local applications while soothing and to tome j extent pain cannotrench the seat of the trouble S does and no matter how apparently hopeless your condition even though your constitution has broken I down it will hung relief when nothing else can It supplies the rich pure blood- necessary I to heal the sore and nourish Ithe debilitated dieast body Ir J aTalltt Lock Box wvWIaeiu Will My Mi ctrito oiy I from lbs Sate to the fnet was one solid sore Bcrml phrilcUni treated mu 04 1 mad two trip to lint Sprin but found no relief I wu induced to try 5 s r pertealSSSis the only purely veg puritierknowncontains minerals to the dimeestiomi And add to rather than relieve your suffer in aIiIIhenis in bail condition and any ordinary wee is apt to become chronic Send for our free book and write our physicians about your case We make no charce for tbti Mivice- IHE SWIFT SPECIFIC Co ATLANTA aA LUND SRLE FOR TUXES FOR TIlE YEARS 99 1900 Ot Bv virtue ol t xcn flat me as Sherfl- ol Ohio cnuit i Itar one ul my depu ties will expose to mie at public out cry at the cu4t hutuvdoor in Halt ford Ky on MonrMy November 4 1901 Lands as fallows RAnT HAHTIORD HO I lain Ann Ju 4 Cut Richard oll II 99 50 f4 e- State igiw 7 1 3 85 Same ui 74 5 45 Griffin IM 190 i 280 Park Wtlli tm 99 3 6 5 Same 19 KI 3 if 565 Same 01 34 5 45 Taj lor William 99 Ji 3 If Sime I9x X 2 85 Same Vi tf 2 70 WEST HAHTlORD O 2 Maldox E A 19 v 41 5 6f Suite ol 411 4 45 Colenun Nelson igx I lot 3 65 S me ol t lot 3 50- 1oremin S H 190 51 490 tinrtley Slvestur 190 i lot 3 65 Fame 1 I lot 3 oo- NalIM i 9 n 3JS Same oi ft 30SULPHUR SPHING3 Ml 4 Co liill Thomas I9 o 16 2 55 Cox Ol ndo C 19 o 25 460 Hitzluitih laws 19 vo 201 975 Sme oi 2iK 9 55 Sprole Ganicl 190 75 3 35 lAGAN MO 5 Meiitl hinny 19vi 30 3 in- S me oi 31 310 IW OiW 19 11 27 535 TanntT Isaac 11 zo 40 3 4- 0Sml hi 41 3 30 KoOKl KT NUKT- HGtuv h lta AIII19IIL 3 6 i Gravel Mlntile oi t It 3 45 Graves E U 19 0 So 6 15 heck Mrs Nsunie 1900 i lot 4 55 Same cmi r tnt 0 4 90 IHnesJnKK I9 i238uRogers Hoak 1900 I lot 305 Smith Isaac 1900 I ot 3 oo Tilfotd Gco W 1901 I lot 4 65 Same oi I lot 4 45 Austin Jno R 1900 6 3 to Baker Jesse S 1900 I lot 310 Same or I lot 3 oo- SBLUCT Smith R L 9O 20 3 00 Stone oi 10 2 70 HORSE BPANC- IIHanlson Albert L 1900 15 300 U rgirt Likens M M 1900 3 lou 3 85 WEST flRAVKU PAM KinkadeMtsFtnnieB99 75 3 25 Likens W M 19 I lot 4 So- Poindtxttr RichArd 1910 3 4 10 Taylor Mites 1900 6a 7 65 SIDle M 63 3 95 PST rOKDSVILLR Brown Gio 8 1910 9 t 665 Clue k Ueo J 1910 2 3 35 S me i 2 290 Cro Tnos II 190 25 361- F lue or II 35- Rskiili Thos J 1910 I 291 Same Vi Jf281-Gr er Snciloi W I9io I lot 4 61 hiS WmJ 190 ilot 4 I Loyd Bud lyvt 29 361 Sims oi 29 3 90 Matthew Perry C 1910 12 3 50 Same oi 12 3 50 Parian S nuT 1901 61 420 Same ii 60 445 William Millard If 1900 J 2 85 Riots Hvcn 1900 2 lots i 05 Same ci 22 375 HtHKNR- YOcnnG o 1910 I lot 460 S me Vl I lot 3 75 0ttt Wm 190 5 a 80 oach Hugh 1930 25 490 Same oi 25 3 96I Render Henry L agent for Mm Campbell igv I lit 5 10- ShuilMrs Lucy C 19 o i tot 3 60 CEXTBRTOW- JJTinsley Gee T 1910 i lot 16 91 SIULUIOUB HInton W P 1900 40 6 65 sititrtvgi- ianm John JOl 75 L = u n A Short Talk About I f Dry Goods and Economy j s 1 t J Our Fall and Winter Wraps arc now in niul wo cordially invito tho public to call and see them Tho very newest styles and shades to be shown this season Wo aim to pleaso our patrons and havu bought an extra large lot atidan us sortment ofsixes for their especial benefit These goods are not marked up to nsk you a big price and then fall h low cost as some will say but they are marked at a small profit I and wo expect to sell them at tho marked price Wo used Economy in buying and expect to gio you the hOllcf V f- OUl experience anti save you money i ftrStfVfc Wo have used Economy in buying Shoes and feel wife in saying that wo handle the largest lino of both ladies and gents Slices in tho county and can givo you tho best values for tho least money Our stock of medium and heavy weight Shoes is complete Wo can fit most any foot in any kind or style of Shoe Our line of ladies ilneShoesis beauties t OUt lino of Dress Goods was never moro complete than now Wo have French Flannel for Waists ranging in price from 25c to 7oc per yard Our black Dress Goods cant bo beaten in price quality or htylo Trimmings to match all goods A very largo variety of Dress Goods at Economy prices lt c We handle a full hue of Gents Clothing and General Fur nishings Newes styles on Gents huts Newest styles in NcckweHr Newest styles in Gents Slices In Mens and Boys Pith and Winter Underwear we have tho very best stud most substantial to bo found anywhere anti you certain ly combine Economy with comfort when you buy here flSTHE ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE IS THE PLACE TO TRADE t YOURS FOR ECONOMY Mrs Sara Collins Smith OLATOYIButilrn J E Slime ol 25 3 50 =tearman Thus T 19 I 51 3 25 Wilson Clues II 19t Zoo 5 6 Same ol to 791 was FOHDVILLK P ny JaaV 190 411 3 35 Same 01 100 4 65 Roach Joint T 19 0 71 665 Str IJnoR 19 w 2i- iWhitten 3 65 Hjiilson 19 0 u 3mc KTNAVIILU- BraclHrld W T t9G 6 5 6iI Same 11 6 565 Greerjohn 1900 z 2 91I Same ill 2 z 81 Huuilllon Jno B 1900 40 555 Same ol 30 4 25 Hamiton Ssllle R ioo 130 9SQ Hjtbout fas guardian of lIm lltnn heirs 1901 51 4 6c Prison J D H- StlnnettAloiro 335 IZ X 4 Tee A G 19 10 I 3m CERALO Simpson I W 1900 129 880 Mrs Slary Simpsons heirs 01 123 540 Simpson Mary C 99 123 5 90 POINT PLEASANT Whlttlnebtll Jas 19 to 37 4 45 HAST HARTFOD ADDITIONAL Sullenger C B MR Wbittlnghlll by C B Sullenger iou 130 8 70 Same oi ino 640 WEST HARTFOkb ADDITIONAL Neal E P guardian Intents ol J W Johnson 1901 54 405 CROMWELL fate BIll 19tO 46 J 86 EAST hEAVER Due StlmpiOit J V 19 N i 7 98 MCIIENRV ADDITIONAL CiUlwell Study I lut 4 53 IinFLIN ADDITIONAL Howley Chas 19 o 41 3 95 NON RESiDENT LIiT- Basham DJ 19 0 2 Itti 3 05 Brown Richard T loov I ot 2 05 Same oi I lot a oo I Same 99 I lot 2 r 5 Burton V B 1900 I lot 9 71 Eisler Win 90 100 5 Go Fuqua Jno S 190 65 4 85 I Same qi 65 4 70 t Reynolds Matbew 1900 55 2 55 Llpea Belle 819110 moo 455lLynch Wm rtcetyer of C Co 19 w lou 5 iu Same 61 100 5 o i Paxton Mrs Ida Oiooo 2 lots it 75 Same otH 2 Iota io3i n Yates Matilda 19 0 u6646iSame tl 66tf To the above list six per cent ShelI 10 commission will be added on day ol saleP0 REPUBLICAN TICKET I or ItirISaiI-Aiire N HKHMHT irurCnnl Jndje- iOa ROULtL Ior toiiMtr Court Irk HH MAULlNI- Ir rfnnnir AitsnJ- iEAMmM r- H f Fur Klirrlir 1 C CAL u itte1N- rorsesr 8ii rrlutrmlrNlJ- AMIM nrniiJiK- farJullrr TIIOMAN II ItlAfU- Ior ArIII- AICII Low is- For Nurwjr Julius II rOUO orlIrIMAUIKTHATK- nUOIMJBIUKEHllBrllordDUtrkt QUO W UAUTINCraiitwHI Dlitrict JOHN U OIiAIIAUIDfbDrSlrlotn flit SCltLEflFordelite II1ti1tL KDUAKHIB llitardDUtrlct W P UKNIIKItBU OnUrtown IiUtrlct U J WIIXUXHortpart DUttlct aftaNTAiutE JKI1OUK AILKNllnrlford Dlttrlct J It ILKUCroio ll Dlitrict fl1s11k5V II ION AIIKNIlllorJ Dltrlct WU CIIANCKIlOUCVntrtown DUtriot- IIKNIIY ltOItlN80NIlutkiart District ROUGH RIYR- TELEPLCNE COMPA y lI lOMIoH ITlllk being chia nia i tteeiy hllu J ntn i Z hcnit nib whrVyob can buy Miur own phrn 1 anil Imtid jour own tutu aid hr tit tallt ill I iliiftce uttt the whIt lOtti ty nfrt litisiiess pot ireremlly lif un PHVIHH a rrflsc fie rt tllllio 1111111 KV T WejiHone Coinpun or hin will Ipe nt Ihr whnr exirnmil you i1I v HO We ctmt t wIhalt ln t Inrtcular A nw remedy Ilr blllunsnfM IsA rw nw o sate hfZ VII jne Griffin lit BrulJ drug store It is nilt1 Cdan llwtlRlnA Stonmch anil Live 1nMrt jt plves qtlrk relief and wU pieviot tht atuclc it given us inan its the first- ndication il the disease appears rice 25 cflts per bo Sitnple fiec r i f Leave Your I H ii IIiiS4 I Ie I1E1WITH A I I I I Ii In heavy Winter Wearables such as il- 4 Si coats Blankets Comforts Underwear BootsShoesa Ladies Jackets Capes and Furs and you will 10 f rrt Inze1of theso t Five goodsIn nico Jacket 4heavy Plush Capos 100 to 1000 Ioi d 7 hus 1 stylish Jucket in cnsturtUul lrOVfl Good quality black Astraclmn Jacket 500 G I Good woolmixed Jackets 225 to 150 2 3Big linoof and Infants 1i WrapsI3 1 Mens Suits and OvercoatsI 5 Mrnn n ool Soils 5 Good Iwoot Suits 75f Our RRcT i1tconISuIt to Fancy oiI SUltl neat Iitle p fit 1250 Children Mncr vested Suits 3 to 8 years Jioo to 3 50 Chdieris Suits 8 to I3eat 125 lo Jseo Childrens WI9 fit Overcoats 5 to 15 years t 50 Better grade same allwool joito5ooMen I nnd brown Heaver Overcoats 500 Mca bt aterqtility Beaver Overcoats Soo tens Rag1nd Over conts J8 o to So no Rxtr fine Beaver Overcoats 12 50- Dont buy before Inspecting the best line of Clothing in Oho county Q itHEADQUARTERSFor Domestic Shirting Table =Linen Prints Ginghams Linseys Jeans YarnflFlannole in fact everything for winter t REMEMUER THE PLACE New Livery and Feed Stable tbI Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all TimesI Tho most polite attention given customers and tho kindest caro taken of nil stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle the FAMOUS OX BRAND FBKTILI35EK tIJS TERMS STRICTLY CASHSff t A O TATLOR ProprIiiSllCESSOIt TO KKOWJJ TAYLOR IItrtZDrd tientuokyt = 1 Hartford Republican 101 FRIDAY OOrOBHK 25II Illinois Central RallroadTimo Tablo New tlmt rnnl t taR Brtt Bamlayr oc 2- ItLDoou iHnrtti nniinii- No Nnnlh nnnHit- NuIll ilaf 4M m HI do4tlIT a ni No lojlnfI4Ip m No 101 dui X47 p f- tNolfldiillOp ft No Ul da My In- Luriti F tItUD rcoJD4dToLu No IM dne IK PID H n VAXUITKB Aftut PISO b CURE FOR ELIn tINS iirEby dntiItL CONSUMPTION b I FII oysters and celery go to the SlngerrnceIFresh oysters at the Singer office servedl any yle CR MMrlin jeweler und watc- hiulerrat Williams drug store j The Singer office has the irciest lice of iandien nnd fruits In the city- ttieSlngercmceIsthetnost up to 1 Iii t ptacelri linitford Call and see 1 ShotjUtifrom the cheapest to the Iiitat dujC ftnre Every oreuaranred cn spa Me them TheSlngerotlk djd a landoffice I bu nell dutlnR the fair Piople know wbtresp gp lot got things lo et Pr Mrf AlupT lJv rd Mt Vernon M is vUftlnr the family ofMr T M Marls this week Mrs Woo Tinsley vioitid Iriends t ndre1athes In thleBeq neighbor hodfist6f the week Mr nnd MH F OtjAustin Heaver Dm were the gneslB or Mr Wayne Griffins family Sundny a Mrs Qointon EalUrdt Horton died Sunday and was burW Monday at the Milton Taylor graveyard The hunting season is now at band nrd if you want A good reliable gun ot any kind call at GtlQihn drug tore A lorse vajlcty at prices that will make them tell t t Mr J T Oldham Btaver Dam bnsI typhoid feverIIMrs T L Gtiffin and son are visit ing in Owensboro Mr John T Mcoreand family went to Owensboro firt ol the week Mr O R Tinsley and family visit ed in Warren county last week Little Laura daughter of Mr and MM D E Thomas has typhoid fever Measta Wnu ilxmilton and R PI Ton McHenry made us a pltajant call Tuetday Mr J F Vickers and wife are vit iting frttn Js at Sacramento and Md ionvtlie this week Mr Henry Vogle Will serlouMj hUrt in the coal mines at DeanGeld Monday by falling state He had nfs rignt leg broken and nevtirrlbs lit condition is thoigbt t beset- tousSCOILS Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the mean of life and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and children Vhen appetite fails it re stores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden When youlose fleshit brings the plumpness health When is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright It the thin edge of the wedge the thick end is food But what is the use of food when you hate it and cant di gest it- Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood thatmakes you forget your stomach for 11froosampleournrlno you BOWNC Comate 409 Pearl New Von c coo and Iob oil druoclits 1 Itching SkinDistress by day end nifit Thats tho complaint of hose who aro no unfortunate ns to ho nfliictci with Eczema or Salt Itiicum nnd out ward applications do not cure They cant Tho source cf tho trouble is In thi blood make that pure anti this seal lag burning itching skin dlseaea will disappearI ttkcq with an itching on mv arms which proved very disagreeable I boughtbottii 1 Y i liner I began tiling It I felt better and I was not long bolero I wui cnml Uav never ltd any rkln illncaso nlnce IceIDA K WARD COVe 1otnt Md floods Sarsaparilla and Pills rill tho blood of aU impurities and cure all eruptions Judge and Mrs J J Wtdding nit on the tick list Mr Joo H Stewart Seect was a pleasant roller yrsit rilny Mtaara Jim YOlk and Ctl hoader Jingo were in tiwn yrttetiay Messrs Wiyce Gtiffin Wm D Moore and Sam Cox were in Louis ville first ofthe week Mrs 1 D Leech of llbrse Branch will leave in a few days f rPitzei aid fla to t rend the winter Mrs Situ P Render of Okahom City Otloithe guest of her pa ents Mr and Mra T J Smith Mr W 0 Bandick ol Virginia lecturedat the n ptist Church lust night to a filtslzcd audience Mr Lem Mcllenry and Mrs J W Roph Louisville art visiting Mrs Rolphs mother Mrs Jennie McHen ry If you waut a stylish hat lor a gen tlemaa at a modeiate price you will find it at The Etooiny Dry Goods StoreMrs Pate bnell wldovof the late G W Snell is seriously tick ot pneu monla Her condition is thought to be dangerous II you need a pair of pants a new coat and vest or a suit wade to oder you can get it at The Erotomy Dry Goods Store Mr Byron Taylor Cromwell who was reported very III sometime since is still lingering with but little hope of his recovery Uucle Jim Rucker lUyll lot his house and contents by flue last Sun day about noon The family was away front home Miss Lizzie Ilusg who has been visiting friends in Hartford for sever al weeks returned to her home in Henderson Wednesday If you want ttylUh lIla fur Ladies Misses and Children at troltr te prices you will find them ut The Economy Dry Goods Store See the stock rf new Guns at Grlf fins drug store Good Guns at low prices A splendid vailetv of differ makes every one guarantied FOR SALB House and lol 1 mile North ot Hartford good house barn laud outbuildings houe in g oj it pair telephone to Haitiutd Apply to Mrs Lucy S Hnbbani 1231 Mrs E P Harbour rind daughter Miss Carolyn Lave returned from Louisville where they attened the re union of the Confederate Soldiers which hli been iu session this week Teachers ol Ohio county both gentlemen and ladies are cordially invit to visit The Economy Dry GcoJa Store for CloaVs Overtoils Boots Shoes Rubbers Umbrellas in ait everything a teacher needs Hold your laundry fur the Rich mond Steam Laundry the bvt laun dry in the couutry WaIucs Riley will call Monday uiDtnliiir tnt de laver Thursday evening Iltadquaites First National flank Mr Warren auk died bt lila resi denc InMcHtnry Wednesday complication of diseases and was buried at Waltons Cretk burying ground yesterday by the G A R Mr Roark wa3 a good citizen and wilt be gieatly missed Mr Guy Williams has accepted position with R G Dun Co Phil adelpblu and will leave in the near future for that city Guy ia one of our most estimable young men mtr trious and deserving We predict success fOr tutu in his new field A patty of uung people composed of R R Riley Gilbwt holbrook Lon Rogers and Misfei Uu ie Athtdon Gutitie flouts anti Hlorcuvc i- an spent a very pieBSut tiny nhl Roiiich river Ions lKt S tttiiUy Mrs Roy Cts cli p totiMl uic pany MsrK IlIcrl l tut LteCise- gol intna acldprt Uiirdte IMS Saturday which trau ted in VnxlitV diifivor Wnon the M oVe if littr was denied away WiLttt na li unn to be stilousy cut la the ntcx Hii recovtry is cocnifi d duutlful Crowe skipped the countiy RENDER KY Oct 23LIlt HtuiHy morning Ht 320 oclock lit le Uuntce Ruwc the light of the home wets cilltd flCIIlllhlsI lite to await the ccming ot the judg ment day She wis the Itttlu daugh ter of Mr and Mrs R R Rowe Mr William Bryant if Render went to Hattlurd Monday pa business Dr H B Innes nnd Mr W1 Rowe cf Render went to Hut od on business yc tetday Mr Ed Ilatiais of Tuylor Mines I va in this city ytsturdwy evening Lair Satutday the Render ard St k rt rnx r roau II let bul hil ettxei cre1 bltll Render It WIN ixry fr Riser I1 bent ScUct ns it wit tirpnrte tint He lect nrul Ret tier wrip the to Rlron wt tinri in the rourty lender lira i walk over Selcc the core being jiJ for Render and xi for Select Tbi IItwo fitrongcit teatiS in Ohio count are Render en I Crtalvo Next Sunday Render will cross bats with Selec at SelectMr Dupont ot Louisville ii t visiting Mr Simon Joues of Render this week Mrs George Martin who has beer- visiting friends nnd lelatives at Stur- gis returned home ycsetday Mr John II Bairas of Taylor Mines was in own ytterdny The Davidson Photo Co of Mc Henry will move to Bsver Dam next week R J W Geo W Snell Dead Mr Geo W Sntll lied Tuesday af ternoon at his iesidtrcs near town after a lingering hirers eta compiles tion of diseases Ills remains weic burled at Alexander Wednesday altei funeral services by Rev G J Bean Mr Snell had lieu bothered seri ously for tome time with an abtess in his ear and had bad an operation per formed some time since He n 01 the Bhojk of that senge quite well but was never well in health afterwards He Win one ot our best cit z as lie was a good man kind and gener ous enjoying the love and eSteem of all In his death te community sutiinft nn irreparable loss Our tinceict sympathy is with the bereaved famil- ySchroeter the Photographer lieu we ore at Hartford and will re main until February the rat 192 and will endeavor to please the public better If possible than we ever have before We are waking all the very latest cud uptcdftte photo that are wade at the leading galleries in the large cities and bt prices as reasonable 43 possible We are making cabinet photos at 150 per dczn or six for t Kodak photos 63 cents per dozen and photo buttons 25 cents for the first one ten cents each for all addi tional OUts Come and see our butt frames and watch charms they are fine and cheaper than ever ntl Public Speaking HON C M BARNETT and HON N T HOWARD will address tho voters of Ohio county tit tho following times and places Union Clutch Oct 36 at i p m Bcda Oct 26st night Beaver Dam Nov i at night Baizttown Nw 2 at 2 p m Cromwell Nv 2 at night Everybody invited to como out and hear these distinguished gentlemen JNO H THOMAS Chmu aLA TON KY Ot 2zHelilth is good in this communityMr Young has fold his grist wilt to Mr Boon Young ol near Lan any Mr Young will move to our little vllnje in the near future W B McDaniel d family visited Mr MaDanield sister Mrs G W Pond Horse Branch last Sunday Mrs C L Young visited her father Mr Warren Wilson Iordsville last Friday MMH Mary Daniel country is visit tug her aunt Mas Mary Hoover this weekMr Gland Christian Cane Run has been teaching a very successful singing school nt this place Rev J T Taylor will fill his regu lar appointment at the Baptist Church next Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrn Joe Campbell of CaI neyville are visiting friends here Mrs Harden Wilson ot Louisville visited hersUter Mis C L Young tl is week Miss Myttle Young White Run IsI vii iting her aunt Mrs J B Canton Mr N C Web ter hud son luve j lot itiurntd from a visit to telatives iu Hardinsburg X OAS xXLXBean theittKind You liars Always BctijM Sfutvn or 4 At Rest The luat4 mind home oi C J and Tikhu II 11Ie mtds dark and Si by thededtb angel who came and et atchid away their ony child Lit tit Mullie Uoawell uaii horn April 29 19 0 antiilied Oct 3 19 1 of spinal luctiingii and pnentoniii alter four dayu el untold tntlertng she went to live with Jisnx It srenud wore than we 0 lid Lear to give her up hut God who tiuveh l uielof htr and has aik4eur dailini to live with Him Little Mullie was the idol of her pat euid hearts and n favorite among her relativej Miuy ate the hi Its bowed rovn in grief her ssett little face is mi bcd everywhere ne look the little bed in empty a vacant chair studs by the table Mid ths playthings scat tered here and thete bcnn to be call tag her back but bhe cacto come the is with Jtsus ard may God com fart our hcatts anti prepare us tm meet her in heaven where patting ia no more Parents wetp not MotIle is not dead hut sleeping she has gone to live with grandma and grandpa who have gone on before and is beck oning ua up higher She canrot conic back to us but we can go heri I let us all strive to meet Mollle in heaven A RIUATIVB I r- I HOODLUMS BREAKUP B Organized Band of Ruffian rFire Pistols in House at Deanfield Speaking is Turned into Confus ionFive Shots Fired One IIanNarrowly Escaped With His Life Yesterday evening the Republican candidates for county offices billed to speak at Deanfield Late I the afternoon when they reached th town they lound indications Jo ntlnj o a rough and riotous evening While the candidates were awnitlnj supper nt the hotel a company of si X or eight men marched down the rail nad firing incesantly donblebarre shot guns After supper the candi dates eight in number went to thi hail where arrangements had been for the speaking Soon a large crowd ac sembledPromptly At 7 oclock M L Hrav rio Republican candidate for County Attorney opened the speaking He spoke for Cityfive minutesand made a warm speech The Goebelites that bad organized to bleak up the speak tug interrupted the speaker time si ten time When Fun Rogers Republican candidate for County Judge took the stund the organized band was veiy boisterous Rogers asked the people kindly for pitient attention and asked those disturbing to be quiet o leave the room When the band be eax to disturb the speaker he turned to friends and asked that they secure order or remove the disturbing parties from the room Republican friends ot the speak came lo his aid and maintained order for probably minutes While Rogers was speak log two or three members of the band raid in a low voice let the dd st01 bgo well give them hell with rotten eggd when we gtt them out o I the house By this time the band had become very boisterous and when the speaker quit the fljor they had blown cut every light in the house except one on the speakers desk While the other candidates were brie fly announc ing companion of the Gocbel band continued to pass in and out of the house sweating and applying vile epithets to the Republican speakets Before the last speaker had quit the fl or the maddened mob was talking boisterously in the rear of the hall Maying Ill shoot the dd 6 of b lets kilt them At this juncture they began firing piitils in the r om Several shots were fired before the crowd left the hall While Es q Miller the last speaker was announcing one oi the bind said Ill shoot the dd B ol b and fired at the speaker the ball passing over his head and lodged in the wall tear the celling1 The now frightened assembly pound out the windows like so many sheep and pandemonium reigned The conduct of the disturbing band bore every evidence that they were organized for incendiary purpose When the lights were blown ont many ot the people from the surrounding country leant the worst left the house It has since betn learned that it was the purpose ot the disturbers to break up the speaking and then rotten egg the Republican candidates as they left Such are the detds of desperate politicians when they cant lace the people VOTER Deanfieid Oct 18 1901 i Par Ml rosh cutis or wounds in either the human fuhject or in ani mals as n dressing Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while lor sores on working horace especially if slow to htal or suppurating its healing qualities are unequaled Price 25 cts and 50 cts J II Williams m Tax Payers flotice Wo lUST have your Taxes 4 k PUt Ut onto and save cost d ST STEVENS SOC When you canto sltep for cough lug it is hurdly uecemvsry that any one should tell you that you need a few dose ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irtltatlon of the throat and make bleep possible It it good Try it For saje by Z Wayne Griffin Rio- TAFFY m KY EDITOR REPUBLICAN Everything Is quiet In this vicinity at present The Republican nominees lor the virlotu offices were here on the 26th I think the Republican candidates are making a vlgoruus canvass I think they gained soiie votes in Bjttletts precinct As to iron Rogers he will be elected County Judge wlthot fall He is gaining everyday As to the county I think everyone on the tick et will be tltctel by handtome mi jjiities and as to Judge Miller I think he deserves defeat A man that is everything and makes false state ments and writes false letters for the sole purpose ol deceiving the people should be abanon I am per Honaily acquainted with Mr Miller and do it think he i1 the right man for Jud elAnd i becomes the hut V I of every Republican who holds to fnd respects his family to vote for Foa i j 7 tI Gray I It My hair was falling out and yourHairrestored the natural colorMrs- E Z Bcnomme Cohoes N Y youIcolor of seventy years in your hair I Perhaps you are seventy and you like your gray hair If not use Aycrs Hair Vigor rournItdark rich color of youth suo boltIt Alt drvgtiti rItyour dnincitt cannot apply you end IM ono d r unit we expreu- you a bottle lie uro and give Cite name of your nearest eiprew olllro Address J C AYKll Lowell Maui Rogers for Judge The Populist who elected Mr Miller should consider his conduct before voting and thin vot- ifr Mr Rogers He is the man lit- is honest upricht trustworthy Ht gives you true facts about Mr Millers financial statement Every Repub llcan should stand firm on the 5th ol November and every FovuHtt should vote the Republican ticket on that Repub1lcanlnr ticket this time I think we will roll up the biggest majority in its hint ry Yours truly G B SMITH r rDlulness loss of appetite fi tulen cy and nausea are all one td with dyspepsia or Indigestion Herblne will give prompt relief Price 50 cts J H Williams m OASTOAABUM the tIU KM Yea Hate Alwai Boiiitt Blgutut dJIot Program Of Teachers Association to be held in Sulphur Springs Magisterial District Nov 18 19 a at Narrows 930 Song Organization Welcome Address Wm Park Response Wil lie Lewellcn How ti create nn intet est in HistoryIon Barrett Physi cal Geography D P Mutely Reci tation Lizzie Hunt Recess The tardy pupil Lov remedy ItMJollI Coppage N tune Study Dora Wen terfield Physiology Importance and Methods Lena Milltr 1200 Noon Education C W Mosely Object Lrxson13s M Ac ton Recitation Dona Westetfhld The advantages of a Literary Society lu connection with schools Clarance DeWeese Recess How to make the school torn attractive Ruth Shultz Relation of history Geogra phy and Civics J A iandbirh Map Drawing Mary Holloway Rec Ittlou Bessie Powers D P MessiLY r A SANDDACII Com RUTH idiulTz 1 Camo Noar Dying For three days arid nights I ant fered agony untold from an attack of cholera tnorbns brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowtber clerk of the district court Centervllle Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried a dozen different medi clues but all to no purpose I lientI tor a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a fewI hours ago I felt to gratified that thee first work I do on going Jo the office Is to write to the manufacturers ot this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless youI and the splendid medicine you make This remedy is ton sale by Z Wayne Griffinflio m Program- Of teachers meeting of Bdord Mag isterial district to be held at No Creek schoolhouse Nov 16 1901 930 Opening exercises Organi zatlon Purpose of nuetlng Gener al discussion How to atonse Interf What this Boys Mother Saysl has been said by the mothers of many other and girls re garding the wonderfulcurative and strengthening qualities of MN Nervine I IlASTINO NItBl spasmsforwould affect his mind we doctored continually he wor e and had ten In one week Our attention wes directed to Dr Mles Nerv Inc and we began III use When he had taken the bottle the spasms ditacpeartd and ha has not had one for live years Hi health now Is per fect MMBMTtNDALU Dr Miles Remedies arc sold by all druggists on guarantee to benefit or money refunded- Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ii J u tIM t Eyerybody Store i ir vclm t During the cold season men women and children rJJ s4 underwearare many kinds hero 4 Mens Shirt sn Drawers jec ttMfn II heaviest fl ered 5 7 Rlnt e fl rctd f Menn ITOVP fitting jipo ctItn Alvfol i ro- r it AM wool 15s3 75eLadieszf Childrens Under suits 25 to soc 7 t o c tci clI 1Ii 0 Duck Coats heavy wiluht fi oo Duck Cots slicker lined i 50 2 2I75Jeans 2 500ttJtlInli Punt alwool filling lined fi 25 to I 5Js2 f Coats in a number of styles and prices t cl SkX OU FOR THE NIGHT AS WELL AS DAY rft Bedsteads from jt 91 In io ro c Sorlngs I 75u 2 50 2I Mxttrerses 2 5 1 to 3 no 2fIC CrrofntK extra heavy t 01 o i 35 e White Quilts 750 t02 oo Q O O CC t Our Ladies Wraps and Furs Hats Shoes and altos fens Shoes ClothinsHatsin fact everything vo + have and wo here There is a 2iftffi w ill iljctf IIjt e + Beaver Dam Kentucky ft 4ct Vtzo JsU Music Teacher Piano and Harmony Tuition per Term of ten weeks 1000 est in school Gilbert Holbo ik The overbearing child Howard Ellis What are the leading incidents ol a good school A S l rrer Get era 1 discussion RtciUtion Miss Allie Fielden Noon I ooRolt call answe with cpiit thin Model history lesson SGeer Does kindness aiwuys wits the pupil Son Turner EsrnMfm ll r nce Rowan How to teach eora- phyMrs Mendtie Best way to si cure iittemance W R Carton PrI- mary arithmetic Miss Belle Shown How to deal with the t untboughtlul hildJ D tt watt Recess How to conduct morning exercises in school MlM Louana Ford Recitation Miss Ernie Anderson CowSWhen you have no appetite do not relish your fcol and ftel dull after you may know that you need a dose ol Chamberlains Stoumch and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Saul pies free at Z Wayne Griffin Broa drug store m IIhaveOhio county for sale ot Beaver tu for 1651 I own time county light for GfUen yejrs Cull on in anirdb me at Beaver Dam KyW JTUVKNS 913 September 9 1501 A Desperate verINorwich Conn Oft sa Anni bUllanJose FernardZ of Burro Ajiw A gentine said to have been her former I lover Per anthz afterwards cam muted enicidp The sham occurred in a resort kept by the woman Ol n postal card in the suicides pocket there WAS written the follow ing I am tow Buenos Ayies My latberIlls H Bethlehem Pa I tiled to do this IInlt ago and whenever I asked her to preStpt16ceneI make fun of me The wimnn who is sg years of flf e- li at a hospiut in a ctltiral condition She lies time bujjtt wounds In the lace ard one in the shoulder ltr until z was 22 ears of age Both he 1 and Mrs Hnrre lotnittly lived In the city If Mtxco A Kentucky joper tales that the wile if a Methcdist preacher in Vu giniihan ben married three times He maiden i a ue wes Patridge her CtKt buN Inndwas a Robin her second Sparrow dvd the present lesser hill beats the name ol Q tayle There are now two yaing Robins one Sparrow BUt three Q tayles in the family 0 grand grHduiher was n Swan and anrtbrr was a Crane This is a bird fet family isnt ieTne bo dof tducatlonof Niv York City only tks Ilr the srul little sum rl 1 582 5 6 19 tu ktp the echoes golnrf during 19 2 But what can be s lid nt a city whetejoooo chiMren ara deprive d Ip c mnre to go 0 scho E liieation has become to e an experrive luxury Hut ir one of Itl se ih ngs we must hive Such a va t fund caught to dual nil the children antI furnish rd qnaie school 0- ccmu 0 attons but it is very iMa leik btl ie it gets theyiuug lectio shooting tTHE CHICAGO POST IITHEEvery FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post Eten LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Ever PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every GRMN Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERT- HE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Sirtoribo through your commission Brm newsdoaar or 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Tunes UY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS J JAMES FMlwi sole Pioprletor 310 North MaIn Street ST LOUIS MO mn WORMS PILE CURE WHITES CREA- MVERMWUCEIlMtlnQuutltr flest Qilit7 For 20 Years Has Led ATaX- jIreprMby all Worm R 112J AlRii-QIa 41 JAMES F BALLARD St Louis I ASTHM CURE FRef Asthmalone Brings Instant Belief and Permanent Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL tvuiTn Torn XAJIK AND inimrss IIAIMY FOR TEN I YEAS I THC Brw von em p i There is nothing like Astbmalene It brings Instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else tails The Rev C F Wells of Villa Ridge III says Your trial bottle ol Asth mnlene received in good condition I cannot tell jou how thankful I feet for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore thioU and Ahthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your 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 bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi ot the Cong Bnal Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthraalene Is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing and wonderful Alter having it carefully onaljsed we can state that Asthmalere cortains DO opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER J90IPrGentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ot your Asthtnaleue for the cure of Asthma My wife has been ciJlicted with spasmodic asthma for the 12 years Having u hatlsted in own skill ai well ss many others I chanced to see your sign Upon your windows on tjotb street New YOrk I at once obtained a bottle ol Astbinnlece My wife commenced taking It about the first of Homember 1 very toon noticed a radical improvement Alter using One bottle her Aetna Ida bad disappeared and she Is entirely tee from all symptoms 1 feel that 1 cfln cOnsisted recommend the medicine to all who are a with this dltireoilng dirca8 Yours respectfully 0 D PHELPS M D fir Tali fiwj Mtiiclhc Co Feb j ijol Qed ell1 n 1 taB troahtd with Asthma for U years 1 have triednum roua remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and stdrtcd with a trial bottle t Sound relief at once I have since pur- Chased fullsi bottle antI t am ever grateful I have family of our- children and for six years was unable to work tam now In the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rlvington street S RAPHAEL 67 Bast ragth St New York City TrlalBbttlo Sent Absolutoly Froo on Rocolpt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co79 BastI30th St N Y City V Sold by Druggists rI 1i dIrt i LL U w u MARCH THE 4TH 1901 Since the Adoption of the Chi cago Platform in96 I Have Been and am Now a Democrat July 19 1900l ama Populist I am for Everything the Populist Have Advocated I IDii t Propose to Take One Bet1cwGtIcl Step for etriyc- Drr1ir1cttiQr1 or Office TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY- I have heretofore in response to certain friends of mine nnulo what I conceived to be a clear and explicit statement of my political position Lest there should be any misappre hension however in the mindof any man on this subject I will add 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 clatform 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 anyroom for misapprehension on this subject If nominated for County Judge by the Democratic Convention which meets in Hartford next 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 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 ha told va rious Republicans that he was just as gooda Republican as aujbody and at the tame time be was tailing under the Populist fusion banner It is quite true that on the 4th of March last he published signed statement that he was and bad been a Democrat since 10 had endorsed all the platforms and supported all the nominees Gtebel included The card speaks for itcrll it is quoted above and should have tbe alien tion of every citizen Below we give a letter in lull which WHS written in answer to au inquiry last year as to whether or not he bad deserted tbe Populist party It is self explanatory I i I j i LQO- Mn T F CKOWDKK MANIA KYDear Sir Yours tb 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 have stolen a Rail Roadrobed 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 stilland will pay no at tention to these Slanders I nm 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 would slander 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 foPresident because he was nominated by tho regular Populist convention on a Populist platfom and if the Democrats and Free Silver Repub licans get on our Platform we cant help it but they cant run us off we got there first I would bo glad to see you and talk this matter over but it would take mo till day to write you about it I hope you know me and there arobth 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 be is a Populist we will take oil 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 of England The only charge that had been preferred against him at that time was that he had joined his for 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 the Lexington convention and 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 Dam ocrat You see what he said it is not our saying its bis own language He was charged with Democracy and so nauseating was it to his mental stomach that it revolted against it and actual y emitted tbe above letter as a result of the nausea It will puzzle tbo wisest to harmonize Ibete manuscripts We cant do it Its yours gentle reader to have and to hold fix it for yourself A man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort of thing that he likes FIELD A SONOOI2B v oaz- oTRANSFER LINE2= = A l Qao dh Q II=AVZa cAU HARTFORD ir-A rVAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMPORTAPtfc VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED ItYou Want To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the time Jt r ia 00IIt I THEJilEWWAY Common Sonso for Woman Lndlm Hhuuld Itmil uf Ibo latnt nnd Moit lao iftnfiil Importation from Krniici All WoluntVlml May rom llrluM Kin 1nlr Kkln Strength and lluuil lltallli HontijTH Dr nllonl the fnnioan French true tlllonrr who ban ilcrotnl hi whole lIto to the study uf woniru aDd hna won the highest ill tladloo through hli wonJfrfallr unvHtgl prac tic among the lint famtlln of Iarln tVOMAXA IIKHOINK- Wamnn li a heroin iajri the Doctor ntiil hr nmnrknbto endurance and ability to wlth tnnd the most trying ordeal compel admiration She U n linn to the Nittnrnl Modrity uf her MI wblcb no often rntmra hrr to endure the Rreut t trial Boll inDcrla lhnvr rather then oolull eDO her Family Ihynlclnn fearing to cipooe hernIt to necrwnry qnmtlonlDR Boll probable examination A IJSTUiflllrroinlilnfc thli fact early In Ma prattle Dr LnllorJ bu by yean ol itndy and does appli cation tnrolred an entirely new method ot treat laces for all ailment peculiar to woman which ha nit with unbounded success and hU Drench once teenaged by killed physician under bU pmonal perrljon are Sow located la mry tare tilT of Europe ly bU icpcrii r method each patient receive abeolately fne of charge IoU and detailed advice specially adapted to her CUM that avoiding all embtrraiment or inunvnkuce and as Dr La Uorda rrnitOIr are put np In the form of email dainty wafers they are ea Uy curried and taken atanytlineor place without uttnutliftatUa thou TbU Incur rvtcnlarlty In treatment which la most Important to a rare end generally In pOMlbt II lib Jlqold remedle Liquid remedlee always contalualarge propor thou ot alcohol wbtky or other liquor to pry serve them from ipoUlnff Dr LaDordt Wafer are a dry medicine and are podtlrely froetroni Intoxicant or narcotic drug of any kind UUlUN JI ta htbbN Dr LaDord Breate t accre has been achier edbytheuMoltheCAUONU WAFKII Ibi U nut a Taunt Medicine a clentiae prepa ration of UDurnnu or TAHOMV corn rnocly known a lilack llawberryl and other well known herb whoeecoratlre proprttlM have own known to berbalUt for centuries flint Dam or CAKUMA is mogulwd end pre Hrlbed by the leading phytlclaii uf the world alb best known fpnincfur trouble The extremely dlnairwable tate uf thee lta hne btoo overvurnby kihfliuenIputtioutvtdiiai- tbowrrntiof their rifta sad etrrcgtn nuu tbvvInc hcytwuocunbIDedaId pivpur vd a ta form a dainty wafer easily taken yet embodying the niiMt arrnmte end trrtalacnr fur trlmtirtVettkbrMl ivu rnnlrtillollniu huh uuu Mpihwxu utum IrrrKUUdiy Iorr- b or Whore Hlerillty I Inranuaut tt Lttu ituiiK of Uta In Matron ur MalJ fhronle IV tllne rluary Trouble NemiwIHkmty rrulnM Plow Tamitenr Miwarrlim rnlpiatlon uf br1 ralu In the Irft side told llanut cud fret limrinit town ruin llatkath fburl Utie 1 llrwlh ocdlUlux uf trIo t urvun of llreait VearoUrto Ltrncie IMplucvm ut and nit 1bOM ryiuptoui which make the uTrMK wo mftoIIIo inlxrrnble It make child birth eo y end save doctor lilll A VAIltllli PKATtllRC- AltOMA wFniiic hare prorm abft ln to thousand ot eafferlBi seine w bo hare bwrn made well tronK cad linppy In e nrprUIOBly ebolt tOne by IbU wundrilul treatment They wUlnotolyrute the inot obtlnt rceceeo matter bow long ceuletted tint are aloo the only known remedy thit ranb abwlately relied uon lo preTenttbme monthly rworreaw ufexlrewe Pain and un rlBr medle ly endured by HO many of out women l nrr HIM 1 Kill eic- Dr IjiBord WaTery are tmrrfy Testable containing no lujurlotn rheuileoU or dram and are ponltlrely irnrait l to cure even the ittueRlecteil ea M II direction are earrtally follow ed and the metllrlne bonntly taken ThU valuable remedy h r IjOlotH inn1111 now on nlln Ameilea by the Importlnx ftrmr IISiIr iIaii who time contracted with Dr fjillord for the eitlndr nnnry forth United 8tatwonsuitatlonDepartment under the njwrviilou of Ur lion In maintained anti upwlol adirlco InrnUbeO abeolnUly free of charge ti all who take the treatment ladkw ordering IAlloMA are in- vlt4 to write all about theIr arllfnlar MM la detail and are nmuml the must aireO lured n to their eorrwpondeoce cc no t tlmiintaU or letter Iron ladk ere ever poLltubed by uc OneboxotTAHOMA Waf n containing month Uiiply will tcentevuiely perked end prepaid to any addmu In the I M or lanadaon iwrtpt ot One Ih llar oreompanleil by the detail ofyovrrAKe A full and complete treatment In rlutllnx all medicine and our written guarantee Fire Dollar payable In advance tIde charge covet nil expeam Inrladlag free advice end roll direction There are no cOil tional charge of any kind bus placing the treatment within the tenth ol all Addmu Consultation Dept Till oyIc lulter ninny Market and 31th ste Ihll ndelpbla In 14lyr When the tariff is unnecessary It might be rcducid advantageously Qarrry Had this fact brat be decided by the independent taiiff lotreform press or by those who are Intimately connected and directly Interested nnd who know best the needi ot the trade Pendltton Iud Record CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the A SlgnatuoofThe a lake in Europe h Like Constance 1037 frlt in depth The Hawaiian womans club at Honolula debated the question Isi It better to take Roky Mountain Tea mllgaljfiesgist mI CAS ronXABun theits Kird Yoi Hais Aiss BoJgtt Elgnttu pef Manuring Fruit Trees 11eThe time to do this luimedlaHy William MKinley tii 1 Ife and WorI- IY GEN CHAS H QROSVFXOH Presidents lIfelong friend comrade and colleague in Congress Was near his tide with other great men whoa his eyes were closed in death Followed the bier to tbe National Capitol and then to Canton Tbo General rtqulres a share of the pro- Ceed of his book to be contributed ta- a McKinley Monument fund Thud every subscriber becomes a contribu ltslwillPaesident McKihltys last picture taj ken at the White House You can I easily and cjulckly clear ittorders Order outfit quick CbanceI to prove success secure tract and become manager Send JIj 2 cent stamps fur elegant ProspectusI Taking to to 5 orders will be sold in this vicinity Address i Corcoran WahIIngton l t c3 l 1g i ter pluntlnjr but wait until there llmultIllule WMM willtoll 111 10 d wiili routs nod properly planted 1ioptry plnntid means that the droken tails ol the tools were nicely trimmed tfl with n straight rut and flim the soil tightly compacted with n rammer Fntnicrs in geteral who have n barnyard full ot manure and lots uf it waiting by furfang leaching etc hatdly ever feel very liberally dii posed tivrird oichard trees athough I the few they have often given them bigger riturns than lURe finds ot grain bountifully manured A barnl of apples contains but a fraction of the original plant food that is found in a bushel ot wheat It II but fair to return to the foil Its juit due Where so little Is required stinginess seems to be alojither out of place Farm J umsl I Curo Rheumatism or Catarrh throuBh tho Blood Costs Nothing to Try Wcnlii you like to git rid ol that chronic iheumatiitn oriorlcnsive ca t nh forever Thrn t ke n bottle Botanic Blood Balm which has cured thousand of hopaleva casks that hall resisted doctom and pttent medicine treatment bntanie Blood Helm 9 P B cures through the blood by d stroying the poison which reahie lie awlul aches in tie bon jlnt shoulder bUdes and beck wullen glands hawking spitting bad brraih impaired bearing etc thus nuki g a perfect cure bntnlc Hiood Dilrn thoroughly tested for 3 i yenrs Com posed f pure botinic Drugs Per fectly safe to tiLe by 01 end young Drnifcists i Tiil UfOlment free by writing hood Btlni C Atlanta Go Describe trunbie and tree medi Cl advice civen nntil CUlt l Dont RIve op hope but ty B B 8which makes the blood ure soil riCh and builds up the all run down to tired body B B B mftVm the bfol red giving the skin the itch glow of pet fret health ro Some people who try to be loxy 0 ly succeed in nicking Ktlc if thtni selves Whites Cream Vermiftue hII highly valuable prtpamiiun capable from the protnptitUlenl Its nctlon if clearing tbe syyUm In n few hours if every worm Price 35 da J H Villtims in C apts C crtX ABuys tht lt tiJ VIC roll MIIS Srgt- t05crT LLj Vd AWOHTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under The Sun AM DortoiH IIMVC ttleil to cure Cmnrih by the use powders Held ifHMH inhalers and drug in paste lonu Their powdeis dry up the nuicuiiis tnembrnnes causing them OwerIlnlllcldsentirely eaten away the same mem hrnnes that their makers have aimed to cure while paste and ointments CHnnnt reach the disease An old find experienced practitioner who has tur many year made a close study nnil pptriality ol the treatment ot- Ouarih lies ntlnst peiltcttd a treat meat which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent ly Cuts Cttlh by removing the- ccuee Mormlnr the discharges and curing all inflammation It II the only itnuily known to science that aifJtlty retches tbe Bcted parts This wonderful remedy is known as CatrrbII containing internal and external nirdicine lufBclent lor a lull months tttMtment and everything necessary to its 1 wif ct use Stn mII Is the perfect Cute ever wilde and Is now recognized Is the only ste and positive cure for that annoying end dlfguctlng disease It cures all irfl matlon quickly and permanently and Ii also wonderfully qIck to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Ilnrt Catarrh when neglected often leads lt Consumption SniilHtn wll save you it you nee it at orce It U no ordinary remedy hut a complete IrtHlmert which Is festively cniran irH In cure C4tnh in any f rm or Mniie If ured according tll the direc tion which KCroiapurjr each pick api Dont elit but send tar It at once antinrite lull pailiculnm us to your cindlllon and you will receive rpecUl ndvirr Irnm the discnverrr of this wrnndriful trtnedy tgnttng urr s4 without cost to yon hei it b rrguUr pire ol niilBw the ftn rnnter1 Cntniih Cure nt pretuehti to any arfdrm in the Unit I tea or Canals im receipt rl Oe UitUr AMrtM Dept I Edwin B GiVa Conuanv 233 anti 2332 Market Mutt PhiMelpnU It Is Jon lly Mir o protect mills and firms ard Din s and to protect ship plog alto Trentonlj G ztte Nasal 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M p m Iii a m I I ciIstopetAriilncetoeilaelIaberg 3M I lit IJS alU IhIhh 1 p rn Tie a et 010 IU InArllr811brtUI irupn llipm teLl dOah lllpaArlAQKilll 1111am 4ipm bethoihuiIea4Train No t md U rm wllj WlwrtD l aUTlD Ml KTIMTUI rarrjlnit C balrllrtTralu 8 iJ iuad Si rcrrrig tkub Seel ri iuiavlhiaflayIJIIbt Ixialttlll and HI Loch whihbuftelKor UrkiU cad firtUr UlaraKtloi ppli toany agent Haltkri Railway II II Nptnrar Oa1 klan 8U LooU Uo 5 H II IIMItk Jeni Par AKI WMkli ai 011 Alien AMtOrDraMAirt talk Mo 1- NEWTHROUGHLINE UTWttH IfAHStlUt D- CHICAGOA new through car line has beta established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betweea Rvansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road rom Evansvllle to Mittoon formerly a part of the P D U Ry The services Is as follows NORTH BOUND Duly Ex Sun Lv Evansvlle 730pm 730am Ar Chicago 7ooLzn 7oopra SOUTHBOUND Daily Ex SOD Lv Chicago 84opta 830110 ArEvanivllle 80530 5ijopni Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair are on day trains llckeU of you local ticket agent r DONT 1Tktksga4rnlaifglgts1 rft Idku sea win VII trtdd v jrJllse1tlfllj en ut 111 1M CllIlim NLlu et4ic- HIcHS1EltS 111 PENNYROYAL PILLS dI1c- ooJ lb8waL Il SfCIIiCIilitEItaabbeTakaflooffier mmuIlhoidbyaliOHlOnESTBB CHBUtOAL OO aba SladIaou jUatiathiapp 1 ec 4 4 f iJ J t I