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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 p rr vr r f 1 I cw t I r I p IIARTFORII REFuimIcxN 1 IWJhWork a Specialty JFItW ORGAK OF TEE FART T II WE FflDSTB C3N6RESS101W OI8IRIH Subscription 1 ayear jtVOLXlV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1901 JSo 15 U Is wiles Weak lean It U a slflfialaf thlflg that fa UM popuUr usc MM i tnU 9t UM sertral otyutt of tht body is lost of keen ot example is dltesstd and it Is treated as adindpendentml fallicy oion Ic hoithe cures of heed trouble llvtr trouble kidney troubin other socalled effected by the UM of Dr Pierce Golden Medical Dteov ery Primarily the Discovery is tfor the cure o of the stomach and blood but It ceres dla I eaea of organs seetalngly remott hum the stomach because thewr diseaiea haveI their In a dlieased condition of the rtonuch and iti aMociated organs p of digestion and nutrition I doctor wltli Him dlrTrrcnt doctor for writeMej317 PIyiIioiridatJdIscourajedIfihaJI Itnfl lo 4k Mr hnitand heant of Ooldcn i rXMorrrri he tnauhfa nnlc I itck ttut od the flnt half Mrmnl to bep ne took ie tutllr Ire I stopped I im nrc 7wU aunt an rooklni far ill txkinfm Jt ku OodKikJ to m w Dr Pierce Ilcuant Pellets cure coa I riiM L HEAVRIN Attorney atU- ARFORD LaxKY will prth i ml wloa In nU tb testis of Oklo aid aJJolil coiutU and Court otApwl fl pnif atUntlo trim to collection ri ERNEST WOODWARD ci i ATfOUNEV ATLAW- IItv IMirulllt HY Will pructtrakU piktMlon Dull tU toirtiut Okln ro nlf nrniVnvtt ol AptmiU rrnnipt md Mil couIerIi4n wit kmliirotitrMtxl l VlM UfflMiirtrOklQCunntj Iaik Thti LAW i HAUTFOftD ICYapWlaUttMtln dcci to rollttlot naUic kb lrrt Arn nisu Sotnrr IuWlv fur Ohio iou w ii rurth IJ fbllr ISrsle C R SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW II tHrtlltCII HY Will his irpt lon la nil Ik court ol Thin md d31iIrcouaIhndIOrtot Api li SpMinl ntlMtloa ive t all to ku car ume ii uAU Olfir I eoaribuuii jFLJELIX l ATTOKNEY AT LAW ItAlIC 4Rll V Will prattle In lh roqrta ol Ohio eonnty anti Onirt At lTimt attratloi siren to all aiinFw lrulJ tohU tar Office U Herald killdlcir J BrDAVIDSOW- to nt Law FlARTVtinn KY WmrnelkblalirusIOu In Ohio nnd idjoin cniiwciaI attetiui picen to all bail a eeeatrtitvd to bU car S IROBY TT01WE AT LA IT TORISMTIIiE UEFYVikY Will practice kl prol alon la all lbeeortot Oble and JolaUKto iiUfe anil Conttol Appeole Special attentloi ittreB to roIlctlonl 4 JOHN P MORTON ATTOttNEYATLAWIIAKTfOBD RuerlaUtUwtloanlrvatn all li ilaMeitriut e4 to kl cure OrSce la cuirtkoDH O M BARNE TT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY WlllprattlrehUprofeMlon U all tkeortol Oklo and Spwlal ntletlo VIII be Ktven to all bwlofee entraiteil to kl car olleetloai pctaIty E P WEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KYPWill prattle bte proUiloa U all tb roartiot Kntoekr attention trim to collection etHemnt of eitteroad ease and rrtrnloal prattle OflMipiUlriQriBnblOfk J B ThWDDINGAU- ORNEYUd COUNSELLOR it UW t HARTFORD KY lon In tl the conch o- ftThl4u4adoinliurocntlafld the peal ProsiPt to all bsiIscM asruatedtofllm nmeaiisllarrateaJibuIldfnr- t h K I5W1DDING T 4 Attorney at Law 1 HARTFORD KY Mi MoiiMloa In tfcicowwe Oils Hdaotsa coflI4es AlIt lotow Irl Southern 1 ftailway ThronVn El t nutflonthtth BUM- RENTUOKYjTEJNNESSEBp4w Soutli It3AROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA NorHi OAROLINAGEOR OIA and MISSISSIPPI 1 tlti WlM Three TraIns Between Loil I bill abd lzlntofl Obeerratlon Cbalr Cars r Train leare anti arrive LoolirUletromHeTeitliS Stress Union eonnectlee with train ol the Central llallroad and bIIiitLltit yortnforinatiouaddrtes A wucoeIkTt1I4th AT LonUflll VTM ll ZAYLOS Assistant 0 P A LouUiUle I Pour Traffic Mannuer 1 LTru Oen fat Agent f lugt SHOULD MOVE CAREFULLY Deliberation Necessary in Dealing With Reciprocity and Tariff Revision There Is no bmlne s topic which excites mote scriraontons and bitter ctntroveriy thin that nlthe tarifi It iamstUr which when tettled to the sdvantsge of a tfitlonj ought to be left severely alone That it to cay when B coontiy baa Its teiiU lawi adjusted to that by their operation the conntiyo cemserce and Industries Ire KtDftlHg ss ere out owrlbetels prec oas little to be gained ard poi alb1yjrg664dcaj to Ibie by ttnfi tlc bites The fact that here Is Redprcclty Convention I o he held In Cleveland this month It Ads ns t i m ke there ob tervatlona which we take the liberty to submit In the shupe of a mrdtct suggestion that the convention may not tun wild In the matter ot tatlfl oratory Nothing In oar judgment tOild rpMate more ngsinst the wel fare ol our uianufictunng interests in genein than a violent agitation ol the Quest 01 ol reciptoclty which I whonld surtly open up the whole Ur n question including the old norea now pretty well healed Whatever is done in the matter of tale rtclprority must he done with the kteattst cate antI coolest judg bent The lew fever excited by dtc Uration cud debate the btttcr It is essentially buslnefs mans business Thete are lines c I trade in which our foreign commeicc and domettic indu tries would be helped by rtclprccal treaties President McKinley jolnt ed this out In his Bufhlo address and at the same time suggested the win dons ol malting brtte slowly By sensible trade arrangements which will not intenupt our borne proriac Lions we should sell every where we can buy wheiever the buj log will enlarge ur sales and prcxlue tlons and Ihtrtby make a greater du mood for home lubur That In the reciprocity njigcMed by McKltley he master in the Rtekt question ol trade and ctmmeice and it dUtlrctly out the limits to which we should go Where this reciprocity be applied is a question tbede termlnatiun of which cannot safely be left to a lew manufacturers tor where one articular line or even more than one might be benefited an verbal ancing number might be i1f cled the other way It Is quite likely too that there ia est clamor for reciprocity on the part ol our foreign customers than is gen erally supposed There are American manufacturers and plenty ol them whoaell large quantities ol their pro ducts abroad who never hear t f any demand for a return courtesy Poi eign consumers are prone to want the best thing that can be manufactured or grown and tl they get Itand tljej have been getting it from the United Slates they pay the price and ask no questionsThe Is doing well mighty well as our ti o and a hall billions of foreign commerce nnd our busy wills indicate It Is good business sense to et well enough alone The less ora tory that Is encouraged along lines calculated to dMuib these happy conditions the better Our Irlends when they assemble at Cleveland should make a note of it and permnde the land oralora it f ossicle to run undet 4 rtlow bell Marine Journal In 1892 everybody was employed In 1894 Coxej a army was march tog to Washington to demand relief from CongtM Such an experience aa we hud in the years from 92 to 97 inglit to be quite sufficient for one generation If that did not teach isdotu it would be hard to imagine a depth of misery which would teach it If we had bad sense enough to let welt enough alone in 1892 we The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist Tin fttaiVetif el iiOiat Witt la Bli taMtiuryi- TUd is a dlseaai ft fill meat tisdgrdu eaaUi11edecep live i MaIt9dddi rt iPi sc baueud ItheW dfataWi t ti Uffloiitiihe rt failure Gi PIPIUY are ofied II4 tsult of kidney- diseaje kidney troubls I sJUww lo advance the kldne polsoned bWdM tl attack the vital organs or the elrsIhsmiselvcI break down and waste awarxelJbycelU Then the ichnesi of tho bloed ths albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Brights Disease the worst of kidney trouble Dr KlImerVSwampRoot tile new dis covery b the true speoltia or bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after allother efforts have fatted At druggists tn flttytcent and dollar sties A sample sent free by mall also a book telling about SwamP Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Khmer Co Binghamton WY and mention this paper I would hare escaped the terrible nile fortunes rf 1894 Let the people steI to it that there is no more folly cl that kind Let the larifl under which we are prosperous alone San Fran 4 ciscojCbronlcle Brings attractivenets to listless unlovable girls making them hand some marriageable women TbstR what Rocky Mountain Tea will do 3SC Ask your druggist m- SsperfluosUrgIn Immoderate giggling Is being evoked at the ezpense ol one plank In the platform which was adopted by the Massachusetts Democrats The plank 1 tljls We tifge among other things the admission into this country free of I duty of alt articles entering in the construction and repair of ships That looks very Impressive and Im portant but the amusing truth is that for many years the Tariff laws both Republican and Democratic have pro vided tor the free admlst Ion of this class of articles To urge the ado tion cia policy that was adopted long ago and istIl doing butinets nt tte old stand is one of furiously funny features of the current political situa tion Next time however the aid tects of the Massachusetts Democratic pUtforma will probably consult exist log imagination in formulating n schedule of politics to be urgedEr A thourt ed things by it are done far better than mot things do one We refer to Rocky Mountain Tea made by Mldlson Medicine Co 35e Ask your drnggl m Marriage Celebration T6e friends and relatives aVnit elfjhtj tight In number of Mr anti Mrs II J C Lndley met at the old Lindley homestead on Sept 7 191 and were royally entertained by Mr Nat Llmltcy and wife assisted by Mis Lucinda French it being toe 5510 HI niversary of their marriage At 12 oclock the wedding march was beautifully rendered fiy thlir granddaughter Mica EUth Tichcnot when all were invited into the dining room wbete alltr a brief talk li their nephew R v R D B nnet1 all j partook of a sumptuous dinner Mr Lindley is now in his 3 th year nail Mrs Limlley is in her 78ih year we hope they may live to enjoy many more such anniversaries Uncle John as he is famiilarly know wore on that day a pair of homespun linen pants that wetewovc by his nile when in her 7 st year the filling was spun by her sister Mrs Doia Slim ver when lo her 7510 year Aunt Ophelia wore a houupun linen apron which her mother Mrs J uii na Timmonds and inolheinaw Mrs Salle Lindley spun and wove in the year 1823 Mrs Lindley ttill owns the wheel the thread was spun on It is t or loo yeats old There was present on this ocao their children three in number gram children 9 In number and great graod children 6 nephews 6 nieces and 5 great great nieces Metsrs L P anti J H Condlct their nephews ceh hinted their fr th bltthdny with them Mr and Mrs Lindley rfceJvciVFtvtral alee loiveaof light bread and c ke I Time hits pealt gently with these two old people and when their toils j 01 earth aie oer may they each gain a blight clown in heaven whilwe feel sure waits them In the betterJ world We ask Gods richest lags to rest on the ipi and daughter Inlaw who do so much to render their old days Inppy May tbry met in lietven where pitting Isro j irore Etch one present on that day I expressed themselves as upending a hippv day shaking hands and meet ling old f lends tome veto had not I nut for 36 years S HP Ten cents will boy trial size ol Ely a Cream Balm enough to convince you that It is the greatest rf remedies for nasal C tnrtb or cold in the bead Pull size jp cents All druggists We mall it- Ely Bros jfi Warren StNw York 153 Stcond Klteet Albany NY Messrs Ely BrosI suQered gr a ly with catarrh end tried remedies without effect Aiteruslrjg oie bottle of your Cteaw Balm I fonndrellef and 1 cannot praise to highly such a remedy SMALUIOUSE KY I Oct iDied at the residence of his gtKndfather Mr Mat Allen Oct 3d Mat King aged 16 years n mouths and 16 dayi deceased was a son of James King living near Halls Creek in this county His remains were talcu to Gray son county for in terment i Mrs ClaiUss Bennttt who has been quite ill fur some time was no better when last heard from Little Wylene Nichols is still suE fering with her shoulder which was severely hurt by a fai from a horse two weeks ago Mr F M Kimbly hart sold his farm to Mr Sam Morton and bought Mr Clinton Igleharta farm he will wove to hit new farm soon Mr Frank Hnckett Livermore was in this community several days last week MraAdaMtsonBreckinridge coun ty ia visiting Mends bud relative near here this week Rtv G H Lawrence had a narrow escape horn death on last Tuesday He was tin own lioru bib horse into H biitbwite fiice and his lo se fell ou him apd both were entangled in the wite Lila wile bearing Ha call for i help tao I r i4Mnce ucd the nirej w 3nit m 1 te horne hlpsO up lit fne hi could ejoape Mr L wrtnie 4ns b tlty tituiittd and cut nirh thi ite ant his ctntMng tore alaost oR him He it able to he out Mrs C MJSOII who hi9 Ucen qiite lit for soiilcliiDtt is better 1 limits LIU lull who na btten by a raltie snake has recovered The JJinittrly rnttttu kt Equality Sunday wad quite 8 nuccess There was i lnrjjt autmbty and ell er joyed the sermon hy Elder Rushing Rev Mttw of Fdrdsville prcccl ed an interesting sermon at the Saiil L house IaptUt church Sunday night to an appreciative audience Mr Sim Morton spent several slays In Louisville last wceU Id leave mp happy home anti cross the deep blue wa Rather than be without Chancy and my Rocky Mountain Tot Ask your druggist m Progressive Christianity The common assertion that the Christian religion had nol been hold ing it otvn during the List half ten tnry is not borne out by the facts N j observing person nt all familiar with the coiditlon of the past vould have the hardihood tn claim that the wotld has not teen growing grander and better during the century just cloed The spirit of fraternity has been wore in evidence in the relntlotishlp ol men and nations The vist expend J Inter f motey on works of charity ahdbencvolencebas never btlore been approached during any sitniliar per 16 1 of the w odds history Many people however who admit individual development aoig spirE tual and huma iltarlan tines deny that the Christian religion as evidence in church work has grown in popnlat ty Statistics show that in the Unit ed States since the formation of the republic the increase in church mem bership and In religious activity in all Its parts has bten greater thin that of the population Approximately the Increase in population has been leu than onofutth aa great ns the ir crease In church membership When the unbeliever considers that the Chil tlan world spends as much AS Jrlorjj 369 494 annually upon the IU port of churches the prrgagatlon of the creed amoig heathen people nnd in works of charity he finds his peMmlstlc charge of religion Inactiv ity utterly without foundation There is nothing at all discouraging in the outlook In the countries a ready CbrUtlaniz our religion is gaining in popularity every year and strong oaled soldiers f f the cross are carrying the light into heaihenna tlnns The indications are that the close of the present century will wit ness tbt complete triumph of Christi anity throughout the world EHzt betbtown News a a x SKI rt 1M Kind You Haw Atop Bg4 rA Chicago baseball player named Chance was married lart week to a Miss Pancake He toide a good catch and she can no longer com plain that she tat no chance He was a good batter and a good pitcher and these are very urelul things in a Louie especially where pancakes are concerned The agricultural crops of igii as a whole er2 smallest fur years Thats Providence The values of agrlcul tur l cop for 1911 are the larte t fir years Thna Protection Wo W1NEOPCARDUI bit brought perauneai nllct tos mil lion luBerlng women wire ea their Mri3iltebell- wufaatdec11n1nin bealthwben Wins of C2dilt porformedawonderfcl crV in here she radend wltk tke ago Diet of railing or tbcwonb IrawrrhcM eaid protein menetruation The weikip appearance oflbs mentn for two monUi alestphjt lays Then came the trial or Wloe of Cardnl anti the core Sirs Mlteb lliexperience ought to commeuS Wins of Cardui to women In Words et burning eloquence WINIorCARbIJI I within the reacn of all Women who try It fire relieved Ask ronr dngaf it for a f1 bottle of WInoof Cardalaod do not take a unbetituto If you Sir Willie MlUhell South Otitcm NCiWine or Cardit sod Theafort1 Black inaujbl ball performed a Blraculeui ear iii or OM I been a ureatiafferer win tailing ot the womb and leocorrbaa anti nr nenm earns wick for two numb and were Trr painful Mr bee binS Induced ne to try Wloe of Oudul and BluckOrmuchl and now the leaeor ibcea baa dluppeared and I aa mtored to perfect dlfUe SitI be Lduii DO YOU WfiiT iAGHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills liny Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED w THE BEST T Hay BaloTios Coilwro Grnto Bars Pipe Fittings Engine anti Boiler Trimmings etc Ct11on j qHonD7 Gp0M Ky 4t- I I A Sample Ballot For Representative Alvis S Bonnotti i IIi 14 For County Judee Fon Rogers 0i For County Attorney M L Heavrin iiFor County Clerk MS England b For Sheriff Cal P Ktjown iiFor Assessor Frank Lowe oFor Jailer Thomas H Blacko D For School Superintendents James DoWccso r 4 ForSnrveyor Jno H Woodj For Coroner Eon L Dnvis iiTHE HOME GOLD CURE An Inaenloilo Treatment by Which Drunkards aro Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Po4- tlve Curo for the Liquor Habit It is now generally nadnstood that Drunkness is a disease and nut weakness A body filled With potion and nerves completely nbatttred by periodical or constant use ol intnx requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicnt lug this poison and destroying the crating for intozatants Snflerers may now cure themselves nt home without publicity or loss cf time from business by this wonderful Hiiue Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years ofclose tudy and treatment of inebriates The faiths ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the mot obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvrJous transformation ol thousands of Drunk ards Into sober Industrious and up right men Wlvea cure your husbands 1 1 ChiN then cure your fathers I This rem edy is In no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and Is BO akllliully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or cofhe with out the knowledge of the Ink lag It Thousands ofdrnnkarda have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made men by having the Cure1 administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or leaf and believe to day that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wilt So sot be deluded by ap parent icd Icjdiag Improvement Drive out disease at once for all Hue The The Home Gold Cure ia told nt the estremtly low price ot One Dollar thus placing within teach ot a tfeat went tnote effectual than others cost tog 26 to jo fnll directions ac company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when tea quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept I B Giles Company 2330 and 2312 Maiket street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid entlal Strange Feline Foster Mother Mrs J Crawford living near Emi nence has a good motherly old hen that cannot let her affections stand vacant Whtn her last bioxl of chickens with the ingratitude of ex treme youth aud folly desetted her she began to look about for substitutes t Lt After f caning the list ofeliglble things furthe vrcant places in her hi art she I I3weremamma that acsweitd all their Jay nile needs but the pW hen sonn ron ed the mother and took ponsesslon cf the brood She hovers them njost ol the time and the real mother Is a too id to come to see her family only when the foster mother is put securing food It li understood that the kilters ate now sprouting Itatbera ocd Itamlng to Clone Whit n pity C nference doefl tint meet at liminebCc next ear Foot legs t the thicken Wellld male Mrs Crawlord vailety the nhelbyItecord In Memory 01 Mrs Barbara Ann Ross wlOie parted this life CM la ign at her home in Smallonhe aged eight WJ i years five months and Uevcd g She w s mariled lo Mr T Mk Ros I In 1837 was con Vetted when qni e young anti joined the Baptist chnrih at Waltons Creek and was bipt z d by Rev Allied Tu lor and lived a faithful antI consUtect tnerubrr until death She leaves five daughters and a host of friends aol relatives ti mourn be loss her huibind nine ons having preceded her to that better lanl Six of them died in infancyIShe was the mother Preston Christy and Joe Ros and j Mrs Charlie Barnard deceased ard of Mrs Settle Hachrr Mrs Siltie I Drake Mrs George Rtid Mrs Joe Bennett and Mrs Pen B Taylor with wl op she was living It can be truly said a good woman has jo e to her reward A ImUN D ThIs Will Interest Many Tocqulckly introduce the frnius od purifier B B B Botanic Blood Bttlin into new homes we will give away 1004 o ire tmenla B B B will positively cure alt blood and Ma troubles ulcers scrofula eczma I eating sores itching humors swell fags pimples bolts carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh bKo polon affecting threat or bjnes mc- cons patches cancer persff tent pim pies rr watt B B B makes the jloodpure and rich heals every sort or eruption and stops all aches and pains Druggists i For Itep treat went addirsa Bo d Hahn Co Atla La Ga Describe trouble ann free medical advice given until cutcd B B B cured old deep seated cares that refuse to heal under rVtnt wed elneso doctors treatment B B HI jomposcd of pure bttanlc drugs and is the finest blood puiflee in the sorldats Sugar Trust Tactics It must not be jorgoten that it is the same ttust which is attacking our- beet sugar lactotiea with the ql jct ol ompelllng them to stop refining their own agar which Is clamoring fr a t JA Perit 1ity H ai Jas arnilyDoctor jio i U- Mr A bfti1ditc lfa Xeh- ol1ylinIraeeatleftefteaXjtIma s- p tuna In tty family uLfaktU doctor wiillticatarrh and itxperieftced M I rllf beealiGl4aun1boroftimes ft proved a success ii hays M d It my efTvaluablegoo4Investmentbelieve every man nkvtstUtt to M HBTO suffering and at liim Urn save money should tnVjisHgato lb real merits of your PernnaUd otkat medicines sayWorsboatourhome for myself wife and ftWhlMwa NilManys taken tn tlma will Stop MilakatW which It permitted to go for a dajfrould f suit la serious trouble Setgjlp It Is flsedjiutuIlywithpeople I tao it In ray boisi ia am all baabeenexcellent remedy CeColumbus rtciirocitj treaty with Csba for the purpose of impcttiag raw augur at rates that will puteefsitar fac touts bsoluttelyab taefrmfrcy It Is extending money in alUsorts of jfake05113 which may existjasirne qiaar tcra as t ut n 0 icy ilttqtt wn cog fers The aole rfieiseof eet as 4 gar men Is that they tefin s sugar which they ptodnce XUJ bld a bet t sugar manufacturer frojnjefinlne his own product is as lad as Jo forbid j titer frOl1 teachiiitg his son his own inde What will de dose with the sugar trust we do to know but we are sure that the people will never mm it with n reciprocity clnbto beat the life out ol rraVsagarmakers Sin PrancircoiCbronlcle z- rI fillers Pinancial Statement OfOlnio CctiiityAmount ol Debt Jauumry 1 1808 S35CCO Amount paid to date 17000 Amount In Sinking Fund 200- 0AmountdueSinkingFuudforiUOl5000 Total Reduction 124000 L Amount unpaid January 1 1002 vvsf fli000i vV e WHAT THE RECORDS SAY1 Indebtedness itdjudgod by tile Ohio Fiscal Court 4 Order book No 1 p 348 9843OOO8O4O- hio County Bonds sold Dec 20 98 3000000 4 Balance duo County for 1898 tax ns shown by Sherins Settlement Jan 8 1899 608806 Amount of Bonds that should have teen issued and sold 2494147 Amount of Bonds sold Dec 20 98 SOdOOOO Bonds paid Jimuury 21 1899 500000 Bonds paid October 10 1900 500000 Bonds paid December 22 1900 200000 Total Amountpald12OOOOO Balance due on Bonds January 1 1901 1800000 Amount duo for Iron Trestle on Hnrtfordloveo 165000 Balance duo Sheriff as shown by Sottlomet January 10 1001 Book No 2 p 140 23123 Total indebtedness Jan 101901 1978123 Aml of Tax collected foi OB9U and 1000 8104800 Anit of Tax collectwd fol 95O6 find 1807 79785 Excess Taxtollectfid d tot 96091000o- ver95 96 97 220844 Aint paid out on orders of J P Miller as Coun ty Judge for 99 nnd 1900 202047 Amt paid out on orders of Jno P Morton ns County Judge for 9G and 97150377 Millers excess over Morfon 51670 A man that likes this sort of thing this Isthe serf of thing that he Hkcs w Respy JNO H THOMAS Ciimn flop Ex Cora 1 0 Hartford Republican I 1 FRIDAY NOVliMBti I i LOST Roariw 10r- orrroCONCI4h vo until frldaul by 14 Hartford rb Calimrpcratta ottred at Hartford postofflea as iicondcliss mail miller I have dono my best tot 1 understand my duty in 4 State affairs I cant in f dorso Mr Taylors courso and to voto for Yerkes would bo to indorso all f the lawlessness of last f wmtelJ P MILLER THEIR PURPOSE IS CLEAR The combine candidates trust1 its organ and counsel have bad no lit tie to eay about the top line and stuff like that They have labored most zealouslyn their effort to caute a rupture in the Republican party They have asked the Republicans oi the county to turn from their party because of fancied frauds pictured I alone by professional demagogues and Iacceptthe combine output the I persecution of Caleb Powers and the contest and overthrow of law and or der Brazen indeed is that set of men that would swallow an elephant and strangle their neighbor with a gnat We did everything in our power to educate the people to cast an intelligent vote in the primary election We made 2500 educational ballots and published the alotot our editorial page two week that the people might kuow how to vote Did this look like fraud Had ibne been any dickering would we not have kept the sample ballot paper 1blankand the ballot out of the ra perHow different indeed was the conduct p of the Democratic combine or gan Did it ever publish the slate which they met on March the 1th to ratify Who has ever seen in tbe Heraldany explanation why that pa per held Mr A Cats Rowans peti- tionI which his friends presented for publication asking that he become a candidate for the Democratic norai 0 nation for County Judge Why did the Democratic tricksters here in Hartford hold up this petition until Mr Rowans friends threatened to have it published in TilE REPUBLIC AN Wry did these gentlemen of spotless purity serve this lifelong friendandcompanion in politics in this manner for a political nondescript if it was not a dirty trick of the polit Sical trickster Why should the combine i organize to vote men two or three times for Judge Miller in that kr convention They have been charged time and again and have beet as silent as death on tho outrageous conduct of that 4th of March conven tion There was never a greater farce than the 4th ol March aflair So rot ten and odious was it that the most r depraved journalist could not be per suaded to defepd it This is not mere assertion but matters of fact Never has the Herald offered a word in de fense of that bastard product its files bear us witness of this fact and yet the angels in heaven were half so pure so fair so lovely as that mess of hodgepodge known as the Democratic ticket Their purpose is clear Their sole effort is to rupture the Republican party by false and frivulous charges by breeding discord in the ranks through the avenues of villainy and infamous lying Republicans be not deceivedremembering that the mess 1 of Democratic hodgepodge would not face the people and defend their Srecords They knew that what they represented if stirred in joint debate on the stump would be so odious that even the vulture would forsake hia calling God knows these fellows Icouldnot go before the people whom seek to deceive- l POWERS AGAIN VICTIMIZED As was expected by everyone who watched the proceedings of that Georgetown mock trial Caleb Powers was adjudged guilty of the murder of Wm Goebel and sentenced to serve the remainder of his natural days in the state prison The conviction of this man was in accordance with the Instructions of the court and in die rect conflict with tbe evidence in tbe cue The court was chartered to convict for through conviction he fan tied himtclf seated intbe United States Senate It was a party demand and being a very rilrontf partizan thero was but one thing to docoo- c viet It was a demand of the leaders of the Democratic party and not the laymen Hang Taylor and damn the Republican parly is the motto of the lenders ol the Democratic par ty and this exterminating procecs has commenced on a poor man whoso only offense was committed by the people in electing him Secretary of State This trial will go down in history as the most infamous mockery ever per t petrated in the halls of justice Tbe fact that Caleb Powers earnest prayer that Judge Cantrill vacate tbe bench A 1 o u was overruled ftnol a doubt aa to the rtstllt of that trial Id addition to Ibis fact this same creature of par ty passion had 175 men summoned aa jurors and out of that number 174 were loyal supporters of the party that sought the life of Caleb Powers and the damnation of theRepublicau party We would not put it too strong to say many of these men had formedand expressed opinions in tbe case Doubtless the only man who was a fit juror was disqualified in the eyes of the court by not having ex pressed bis opinion according to requirements Where Is the man iu Kentucky who has kept himself in touch with current events who has not formed and expressed an opinion as to the guilt or innocence of Caleb Powers VoIces Powers Is to have another judge to try his case be might aa well accept his fate Can trill is fixed in his determination and thejury that would find Powers not guilty would overrule his iustruc tions and be held in contempt ol court Cantrill has persecution in his heart and political vengeance thrills his soul and invokes the gad 01 conviction Republicans when you go into the woth next Tuesday you should cast your vote against tbe men who indorse this court and its proceedings you should cast your vote against the ram pant cowardly partizsn who is afraid to go before the people and defend this blasphemous infamy you should cast your vote to deliver Kentucky and Kentuckys people from these coldblooded penecutionists and high waymen Go to tbe polls and pet the precedent that will work salvation to Unlucky ASSERTSBUT PROVES NOTHING Last week we quoted from Sec 37 Common School Law the qualifica tion of Superintendent of Schools We also produced facts tbat Mr L W Godsey bad not complied with the school law therefore we conclud ed tbat he was ineligible In a ramb ling witdy article in the Herald Mr Godsey says bo feels called upon to say something We are at a loss to find wherein he says anything He talks a good deal but talk is a very cheap article it can be had for the breathing its the easiest thing in tbe world to do everybody but the dumb is rich with talk and Mr Godsey is doubly blessed but as fur saying anything he is as silent as death He as serts There is and can be no doubt tbat I am eligiblebut merely asserts and nowhere proves it He is not eligible and he knows itif elected impossible he could not nerve Now Mr Godsey we proved according to law that you are not eligible why did you not produce some argument to establish your eligibility Mr Godsey is like his friend Ringo flies off at a tangent asserts and proves nothing Mr Godseys certi ficate expires within eighteen months from January 1 1902 To make him eligible it should not expire duing the next four years Mr Godsey why didnt you tell the people just how this was The people will fix you next Tuesday Remember it will you SAYS TOM TO JIM A supposed dialogue between T J Smith and J P Miller in arranging for the Beckham procession last Nor vemberSmith Say Jim I have a plan that I want to submit to you you are a candidate you know and so am I so we must work together I can be of great service to you among my Democratic friends and you can bold the Populist for me but it will never do to let Cass Rowan know this he thinks Im for him MillerAgreedagreed we must tand together I 11 just have my friends to complain tbat you are against me and that will fix Mr Row an Whats your plan Tom Smith Well Jim we mjist get up a great procession for Beckham I want to arrange to have every old time Democrat in the county in that procession We must have at least 2000 to march from Beaver Dam Now I have decided to have a lot of paintings carried tbat day We must arrouse the old time party spirit in our fellows I lave concluded to have a picture representing Taylor shooting Goebel carried in tbe pro cession I MillerSay Tom by george thats the very thing you furnish the paint ing and Ill furnish tbe boy to carry it Goebel bal just been killed and it will be an easy matter to make the people believe Taylor killed him do this and Ill write my Populist friends that a vote for Yerkea is to indorse assassination and lawlessness Tom we can work that like a charm Im reedSmithSay Jim that letterwrit log is the very thing Ihadnt thought of that a letter from the County Judge will tickle a country fellow to death Ill charge the boys in the procession to hurl vile epithets at Re publicans calling them murderers and assassins Well tell the people the Republican party killed Goebel You see we have got to do this to off set the effects of the contest We cant aQord to let the people study about ousting Taylor Itll never do Taylor was elected and the people know It1 and the people oiut under stand wlljr hd Was1 turuCd ollti tthd Millcr Tom Hats a fact Taylor Was elected and itll just never do to talk to the people about iL We cant explain it in a life time Say tell Ollie James to make his speech on as sassination andold Bill Bradley SmithJim Ill be darned if tbat isnt the very thing Now remember the cry is astassination Dont forget to write them letters Miller You need rest no uneasi ness Ill fix them Say Tom we must cut that Republican majority down to 100 or our name is Den 015SmithYes Jim tliafe true but ono of the first things necessary is to get rid uf this darned Hartford RE IUDLICAN WO can t do a thing without that damned paper gets onto it niul publishes it but well do all this Hurrah n w and write them letter T RAGLAND VERSUS SMITH Voter Ha up to you you aro the judge andjury Will you vote for a man who has always lived at the public crib and grown immensely fat fi nancially or will you vote for a sol dier brave and true It will not on ly be cuKreioc and encouraging the money sharks to run a third lime for office to vote for Mr Smith but it will encourage them to run a sixth time aa In tbe case of Mr Smith He has been pettied all his life he has done nothing but run brand hold office while Mr Ragland has been an active business man in tbe common avenues of life Mr Ragland is a man of the c mmon people MrSmith of tbe aristocrats Mr Ragland is a poor man in sympathy with tbe poor classes Mr Smith is a rich man In sympathy with the rich mau When such men are before tbe peo ple it ought not bo hard for the voter to make up his mind just what his du ty is To elect Mr Smith is to blast the young mans hope iLs to encour age him to hold the clerks office a life time While to elect Mr Rag land will be to iuspire the ambitious energetioyouthstohigber attainments Mr Raglaud will retire after his next four years and give place to soother Mr Smith would simply run on and on till thejudgment hour Then again Mr Ragland is rue to his friends So much cant be said for Mr Smith bis cruel hypocritical treatment of his old friend and asso ciate Mr Rowan in trading hun off for a thoroughbred politicalnonde script will forever brand him a polit ical ingrate Ragland of course is the man and next Tuesdays results will verify our statement Tbe pea pIe will say Mr Smith you have had 1G years in office and drawn at least 845000 well just turn you aside and try Mose Ragland another four YIrs hes a poor mans friend A CHEAP JOHN ADVISER- Mr Ben D Ringo feels called upon to appear in defense of Mr L W Godseys ineligibility to the office of School Superintendent The Com mom School Law specifies what shall constitute eligibility to the office of Superintendent We quoted part of Sec 37 page 22 Common School Law last week Mr Kingo does not dispute this neither does he offer any thing to show that Mr Godeey is eli gible he simply avers that Any statement that any candidate on the Democratic ticket Is not eligible is a lie pure and simple ItKInd reader bear in mind giving the lie is not submitting argument We cquldsay that Mr Ringo is an unscrupulous and unmitigated liar which is true yet that statement proves nothing Mr lingo professes to be a lawyer he also claims to be a gentleman as such he ought to know that there is no argument in mere assertion and the public cares little for the printed matter over his name for it Is invaria bly pregnant with duception false hood and misrepresentation of facts We did not merely assert that Mr Godsoy was ineligible but produced argument backed up by the law and a letter from the acting Supeiintend out of Public Instructions Does Mr Ringo presume In say that the School Law is a liar or that his friend Me Chesney has lied What does the man mean Why should he a man supposed to know tbe law rush into print and brand the Common School Law a liar just to havo the words that spell Ben D Ringo appear in the Hartford Herald We do not understandwhy a high toned gentle man versed in legal lore should com mit such ail unpardonable offense against the intelligence of this com munity Does be fancy himself so important that it is only necessary for him to appear with a lie in his mouth to calm the angered waters The in telligence of this community should feel greatly outraged at the advice of this Cheap John Adviser Mr Ring should remember hereafter to sub mit argumentnot assertion or stay In his placeout of the newspaper or EYEUY Democratic candidate and his friends are trying to trade the other fellows off Its a struggle of the survival of best swapping Discord and animosity exists in Demo cratic circles and the fight has come at last to a persounl combat Each fellow climbs over the other I1ndI I r Birlkea al the mm MI top It is not BO with the Republican bJl1 the wlmlti lit hat will wilt CB ilV anti tacb ctniiltllmb it doing his utmost fur the eirlte ticket Harmony reigns ev erywhere while tho boys match trio umphantly to victory Fast mixture of the Democratic ticket dont please nobody and there aiut no body bound to support it IT might not be amifea to warn Re publicans to keep cool Tuesday and allow III disturbance abut the poll contend for what is right and stay wHi it but allow no oue to keep you Irom that activity which is demanded if you Se to it that every Repub lican votes Irte from tbe influences tf a large Democratic corruption fund Do your duty your whole duty and the result will be glorious Watch the count and see that every vote is counUd as cast Dont tail to sign up the certificates as provided by law Commit no olleiuo that would justify a contest or aid should one be filed Remember that these Democratic ellows want office at any o at they bad jUt as soon have it by grace ofa contest as by the will of tile people and no man can fret lI what they will do when detested until 10 days shall have passed Make the majority so great tbat a contest will be im possible This i the only way to defeat this modern Democracy THAT combine of March 4 It trying to trade trade trade The rampant partirin ia making proposals to trade nfl all the Democratic ticket save Miller and Smith Beware Re publicans beware There is not the least danger of losing a man if we turn out and vote straight The opposition realized they are gone and as a lit resort seek to beguile some Re publicans Iota swapping votes on Miller and Smith Remember boys these are the very fellows that do the dirt They must go down with their associates in the combine When you go into tbe booth give them a kick tbat will send them to their political graves MR GEO T TISSLEY of Center town has a strong letter in TilE RE ruiincAN today setting forth his reasons for joining the Republican party Mr Tinsley has reached a sensible conclusion through a sound course of reasoning His letter is in teresting anti will be of great service to the reading public TUE REPUBLICAN desires to extend the hand of full fellowship to Mr Tinsley and bid him good cheer witha promise that our columns will always be open to fight those who may attack him in his change of political fr nt Arent there otbers to come Our apace is yours with a royal greeting MR GODSEY says There is and can be no doubt that I am eligible If you are eligible Mr Godrej why did you not publish your certificate of eligibility You dont have it and no one knows it better than yourself How could you serve the people when you have purposely refused to qualify Voter remember Mr God sey is not eligible Ringo to the con trary notwithstanding A campaign has been fought to a finishand the Herald has refused to defend the contest it once supported it baa refused to defend the elate known as tbe 4ih of March combine convention when men and boys were allowed to vote two three and four times for Jude Miller in order to beat Mr Rwan This is not fiction but actual facts verified by the conduct of a once proud boistrous noisy Her aId now a living corpte V E have labored in vain lo persuade the Herald SCRIBE to explain howit was the combine defeated Mr Rowan He has gone through the campaign without telling the pub lic why he held up Mr Rowans peti tion when it wiw paid fur lu fact this SCRIBE has explained nothing and demonstrated but one thing that he Is incapable for his calling even gets caught inthe act of assassinating his fellow lOon TilE Herald has been praising Uncle Pet Render for the past threo months and lauding him to the stars as a leader of his race and because he withdrew for the simple reason that the Democratic combine failed to give him the promised 8300 the Her aldaaye he has sold out Uncle Pet what thinkest thou of the Herald scribe anyway TUG Herald says in speaking of our next County Judge Mr Rogers represents that element of Kentucky Republicanism which is not only ODIOUS but DANGEROUS Is It odious to stand out boldly for the right What else is he guilty cf Why is his Republicanism dangerous Kind reader remember the effort ia to crush tho Hartford REPUBLICAN IN a news item the Herald says Powers guilty It took the jury just 45 minutes to render a verdict for life imprisonment Why should it take just 19 minutes when 9 would bave done quite as well That jury had been foreaworn to conviction There was no use staying out 49 raIn lies Powers was to be found guilty regardless of law Ilndevidence ir 4 TUB Ilerattigribr ill very much ttftugti Up beer the etHUhuI he was aaii considerably in1 crested in the primary 8i much so that lie formed a o npiracy with the devil to awas ainate Superintendent It gets Czil gotz did his work in the open the scribe in tho dark one was a light bird the other dark Tin Herald scribe that wicked and cowardly plagiarist can only say of the Republican candidates They are desperate fellow Aa in all oth or mattershe astnsigua no reason He just know they are and thats enough for him A G BENTOX alias Heber Mat theirs arises to announce that God sey is being slandered Buthold say why didnt you prove your can didate eligible Anrbecauso be is ineligible and you know it TilE elect ju is Tuendiy go early and vote lor civil liberty aud against the persecutors of Caleb Powers and the hang Taylor and damn the Re publican party element ot the Dem ocratic partyS I I EVERY Republican should go to the poll Tuesday and eat his vole lo repudiate those endorsers of the persecution of Caleb Powers and tho man tbat indicted every Republican as an assassinDOWN with the men who would not face their opponents on the stump and up with the brave sons ot the common people who dared to defend what their cocsciences told them was right IT would be will to remember that Judge Millers card sass ho baa paid 824000of the countys debt The records say be baa paid 7000 Which shall we believe Miller or the rec ordeLAinniu men when you go into the booth you should be mindful of the man who voted to keep you slaves of coal mining corporations and card boardmoney MEN of the Bartlett precinct remember that Mr T J Smith says be carries your votes in his vest pocket Next Tuesday will tell tbo story o Human boys down with the no politics in it boys Come Jets bury the combine output andelect the men of the people Trio assassin of President McKiu Hy Leon Czulgotz was electrocuted at Auburn prism N Y Tuesday morning at 7 oclock TilE ghost of the two weeks pay billwill not down from the vision of tbe men who were once paid in card boardmoney POLLS open at 6 Tuesday morning and close at 4 Go early and take your neighbor and vote the straight Republican ticket REPUDMOANS do your duty Tuesday and raise tbe vote from 3251 In 3500yes 4000 Come boys hurrah VOTE carlaod remember tie place is in the circle under the Log Cabin REMEMBER tbo pjlla open at G a ra and close at 4 p m Do your duty next Tuetday atd down tbe combine RAH boys hurrah for tbe pee pIes choice Go to the polls early Get your friend too HURRAH for the Republican ticket HURRAH Hurrah Hurrah HuniiAii boys Hurrah Fresh oyster at tbe Singer office served in any style Headache kills not necessarily suddenly but SURELY It preys upon the intellectual powers more than we realize It consumes the faster than nature can replenish it and we cannot ten just what moment a temporary or complete aberration of the mindwill result Headache and pain should be promptly re movedbut properly Many pain cures arc more harmful than the pain Beware If you would be safe take Mirv Pain PiUs At a result ofneuralgia I lost the painhavesuffered 1 c9ntlnuall Milei Fain Pills It relieved me I then purchased abox and now trouble gone have ilio cured my daughter oi nervous headache and I recommend them to otherzW J CORLEV Dre mondTezas Sold by Druggists 25 Doses 1StIDr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind RhiCiIULItISHi Rheumatic art the cries of protst achitigjelutswaste matter in the system and can no longer supply the sad health sustain lug food tbej require The whole system feels the sliest add not until the blood has been purified and brought back to a healthy will the aches and paint Mrs Jim Kct of ceaseIWmhlgton D C monthsago I hdnItIm tu in worn fonD Tile WM BO tntcnx that 1- ecamc completely pro Irate was an uaiuutllT icrtrc one and nil condition was regard td as being mn r cue J was attended bone or the met able doe tots In Wtihlnglou who U MM a member uf the tao fcdlrfnedtral told ne preteritlon After baring I fine alightedbensfitlonger iIalnheardol recommended lot Rheumatism J deeldad almost In deiptlr however to fire the medicine a irUI and alley I had taken a few bottle I wu able to bobble around on crutches and very soon thereafter had no use for them at L 8 a hadnc cured me taunt and well Alt the dlitreulnf pain have left me toy appetite has retarned health am hippy to agile restored to perfect sssthe great vegetable and tonic if ideal remedy ia all troubleare no ordates or mineral in it to disturb the digestion and lead to ruinous habits We have prepared a speclat book on Phcnmatiim en sufferer from tjii painrulctlaease should read It II the t ost complete and Interesting book of the existence It will be sent free to any one desiring it Write our pbysl dans fully frrelyaboutTourcase We make itn charge for P js ctnr co ATLANTA OA LUND SflLE FOR TRXES FOR TilE YEARS 99 1900 01 Rv virtue ol txedtte me as SherlO ol Ohio county I or one ol my depu ties with rxpase to title at public out cry at the conit house door In Hatt ford Ky on Monday November 4 1901 Lands as follows EASTUARTEORD NO I Htmti Ami Tn 4 Colt Richardson J11 99 50 f4 so Same 1900 73 3 85 Same 01 74 545 GtifSn El 1900 M 2 80 Park Will tm 99 3 65 Same 19 v JM 565 Same ni 34 545 Taylor William 99 J 3 IS Same 1900 jf 2 85 Same ni tf 370 WEST HARTFORD 1 O 2 MaldoxBA 1900 41 565 Smie oi 40 445 Co tinon NUon 1910 I tot 3 65 Sirne oi ilot 3 50- Porerain S E 19x1 51 4 9- Undlev Sj Ivrsiet 19 0 i lot 3 65 same Vt I tot 3 t n Nal Ed 19 vj if 335 Same oi yt 30SULPHUR SPRINGS NO 4 Cox Oilando C 1910 25 4 60- Pilzhugh lames 1910 201 9 75 Same oi 300 9 55 Sprole GaStel 19 0 75 3 35 MAG AN NO 5 Merltt Henry 1900 31 311 Same oi 3 3a Tanner Isit c II ig 411 3 40- Sime or4s5 3 311 ROCKIMRT NORTH Graves Mm Anule iso i lut 3 6iI Graves Minnie or tint 345 Graves E R 19 0 So 6 15 Heck Mrs Nannie 1900 I lot 4 5 Same oi i lot 490 Hints James 1930 128 870 Rogers Honk 1900 i lot 3 05 Smith Isaac 1910 i ol 3 00 Tllford Geo W 1900 i lot 4 65 Same ot I lot 4 45 Austin Jno R 1900 6 3 to Baker Jesse S 1900 I lot 310 Same of I lot 3 oo- SBLKCT Smith R I 1900 20 3 00 Same ot to 2 70 HORSE BRANCH Harrison Albert I 1900 15 300 ROSUI Likens M M 1900 3 lots 3 85 WEST BKAVBR DA- MKhnkadeMrsFaiinIeB9 75 125 Polndexter Richard 19 x 39 4 10 Taylor Miles 1900 62 765 Same ot 63 3 95 EAST FORDSV1UB Brown Geo B 1900 90 6 65 Cheek Geo J 1900 2 J J5 Sjme oi 2 2 90 Crow Thos H 19 jo 25 J 63 Same ot it 305 EskriHgeThosJ 190 I a 9 Same oi o 2 80 Greer Sandlord W 1900 i lot 4 6o Matthews Perry C 1900 12 3 tO Same nt 12 J 50 Parton Situ T 1903 6t 4 20 Hints Even 1900 2 lots I 05 Same ot 22 3 75 MCUE3RV DenoGeo 1900 I lot 460 S me ot x lot 3 75 Porter Wm 19 to 5 I 80 Reciler Henry L agent for John Campbell 1900 I lot 5 10 ShullMra Lucy C 1900 x lot 3 60I CENTBRTOW- HTinsley Geo T 1993 tint 169 SMAttHOUiK- Hlnton W P t900 49 6 65 611RhVnjilam John 19 2 75 OLATOH Burden J E J9o 25 360 Same ot 25 350 Wilson Chas B 19 0 100 5 6o Same ot txi 790 WEST FORDWIUB- Peny Jaii W 190 40 335 Same Ioi Too 465 SleiljnoR J9 o 20 65 iE2E Economy Dry Goods Stor1 Have you heard about it Have you been In to see about it If so you are convinced it Is the place to buy your Winter Supplies FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS 11 Wo arc prepared to miot the demands of the most fastid ious If you want a tony uptodato Suit or Overcoat call at tho Economy Dry Goods Store Ifyou need a good work I Suit an extra pair of Pants or a nice Coat and Vest como to the Economy Dry Goods Store I SHOE TALK Just received another now lot of Mens Shoes Ladies 4oeryhodywo carry tho largest stock of Shoes in the county and tIOIbest brands Ifyou need rubbers wo have n largo lino BLANKETS Good Blankets Better Blankets Best Blankets Eider Down Blankets allwool Blankets allcotton Blankets tho very best values for tho money As for prices thoy are nil marked in plain figures Como to see us 1 BIG LINE OF COMFORTS 1 Comforts to suit everybody all colors all sizes many kinds There is Economy in buying our Comforts for thorq 1beforeing way Prices in plain figures DRESS GOODS Wo are sure you will find just what you want in our Dress Goods department Wo klCpwell potted in this line nUll J sparo no expense in what it should bo If you need a now Dress and dont know just what kindcolor or quality to select como to us and wo will help you out J n CLOAKS AND FURS Wo havo just received our second shipment of Cloaks and proiousat the Economy Dry Goods Store where you will find n t largo assortment All goods marked in plain figures OUR MILLINERY iDepartment is tho best and most complete to bo found in tho city Wo make this department a special study and know 1haoThe Economy Dry Goods Store SARA COLLINS SMITH Proor OASXOntan u ltsIhdcsHilMtmBlLbz SIpve APr ETAViLLR BradfiVM W T 1900 6 564 Same ol 6i 5 65 Hamilton Jmt B 1900 40 555 Same oi 30 4 25 Hnmlton Ssllle E 190 130 9 50 Hurboul las gurdUti of Ibm ilton heir 190 I 51 460 Stinnett Aloizo lijf 4 6- iTeelAG 190 I 310 CRRALVO Simpson I W 1930 129 8 So Mrs Mary Simpson heirs oi 113 540 Simpson Mary C 99 123 5 90 POINT PUtASAN- TWhittlnghlll las i9X5 37 445 EAST HARTFOD ADDITIONAL Sullenger C B M E Whltth ghlll by C D S lleuger i9Oi 130 870 Same oi too 6 40 CROUWBLt Tate Ellis 1900 46 J 86 EAST BBAVfiR DAM StlraptonJV 19t0 71 980 UCHBNRY ADDITIONAL Cnldwell Sandy 1 lot 455 HEFLIN ADDITIONAL Howley Chas 1910 41 395 NON RESIDENT tIT Basham D J 19 0 2 IcU 3 05 Drown Richard T 1901 I lot 2 05 Same oi I lot 2 00 Same 97itot 2 c5 Burton V B 1900 I lot 97 1 Elder Wm 19 6 zoo 5 60 Fuqua JnoS 190 65 485 Same ct 05 470 Reynolds Mathew 1900 55 255- Lpes Belle S 19 o ion t55 Lynch Wm receiver of C AuJtman Co 1910 ibt 5 to Same ot loo 501- Pazton Iri Vi C 1900 2 lots t 75 Same oi 2 tots to 30 Yatea Matilda 1900 166Ji 560I Same 01 66f 35o I To tile above list eix per cent Slier commission will be added on day ol saleI1Thatto euro iIIous gooddigestion I liver pills cure cons tI pa tlonanbJlJousness 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gcnftttll tjr only poylnp a rmnnrable rtnt to the Riuph RIver Trlrpbone Company or they will be nt the whole rxpcne U you say no We conflict with al In lnTtleutRrlr A ntw itnifdv f lilllnnsnrM Ii nnw on rate nt Z WneGdn ft Urns drug store It Is cc led Chun berlalnn StomAch arid LIVIT TaVrU It fives quick relief urnl will ptevent the attack it jjfveti o wpn ni the first Indication ntthe IMH rpptHra Price as CentsJC bcji Snijile fee C J I 17- L f v r- I r ptru r 7 1 1 A1 WQm1 I i t v 1 I J ijt a I i Moneya ir SIX MONTHS AND YOU WILL GET 2atI a1ER CENT INTEREST INVEST IT II WITH iItj Ir c ill a Mt II t4 4a4I Indies Jacket Capes and Fursand you will 10 4 illIof these goods I 4aOnly 7 buys n stylish Tncke iijixibown 0 4Good quallty black ABtracllJ1 w Htt f90 4 4 It aUig 4pIi a 4IknsBR3T all TOO Suits 10 Fancy io1 Suits neat style 4I 4e1 4Ovrwoatstat 3 ot to 500 t if 4tei coMe iii roto 10 00 Extra fine Buyer Overcoafa 12 50 4tatDont buy before Inspecting the beet line of Clothing In Ohio countyI 4 fHEADQUARTERSFor Domestic Shirting Tnblo 2Ginghams Linsoys aYarnsFlnnnes in fact everything for wintera NT r tREmm ER THE PLACE 2 3 at X 2 3 a3 a JiIfU New Livery and feed Stable r ir IGoodiforses and the Best of Rigs at all Times The most polite attention given customers and the kindest care taken of nIl stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND 1s FERTILIZER STERMS STRICTLY CASHSJfr A C TAYLOR Prop T SUCCESSOR TO KKOWN A TAYLOR ETrtrora entuoky= Hartford Republican I I FRIDAY NOVEMBER i i Illinois Central RailroadTime Table New lime curd UiUff efloet SaiilkJ He I DuO at noon NMrlh Mound Nnnili Uouud No lit due 4M ft m No Ul dtMllir a m No Ml due47n m No lot thai IU p m- No in due 180 1 B No 131 due tM f m Lo1 rrallNo IMdaeTM an pmS tut1ms IobdInf1stl- I J Pot oysters and celery go to the Singer office CR Martin jeweler nnd watch makerat Williams drug store- S TliCSlnger S office has the fanciest line of candles and fruits In the city The Singer office is the most up toI dftt place lu Hartford Call au4 see cJTabor living a Jew miles north of town is thought to be taking typhoid fever Mr audMrs T tfCaraun Drakes borough are yhltlngttr lamily Mr1 rw Pirie rir ovn i 4bivel9toLbIueaad white and ted and i hlte calleo at2eCAMOMCO Miss Nettie Gllliapie daughter ol Mra dTMt JtH QIHUpie ban Very severe attack typhoid fever I Shetgntis from the cheapest to the liest a Griinldrug tore Every oae guaranteed Call and tee them Doys come and look at our overcoats Thy are elegant and cheap fCARSOr Co t The Singer office dlda landoffice r bulne fs during the fair People c know where togo for good things o If eatV If you want a stylish bat for a gen WI11Jlig Our line 01 jacket and fun ere sim ply swell at the price Pease give us ajook before buying elsewhere CARSON Co The little two year old son of Dr and Mrs E D Pendletou is very sick of pneumonia and whooping cough It you need a pair of pants a new coat and vest or a suit made to order you can get it at The Economy Dry Goods Store Mrs Frank Peylon and Mr B S mils ol Colorado are the guest of their pirentt Mr and InC El lis ot near town Mrand MrsJ M Casebler and little grandson Samuel Lee Schap mire visited relatives in Mublenberp county last W ek Just received a new supply of the latest patterns in collars so do not forget to cone to us for them CARSON Co Mr Wayne Ellis who has been in Illinois for the last ten months come home Wednesday and will leave in a few dax f r Loulstna III en wantHyllah Hats for Ladles Miera and ChlMtrn at rrofcrMe prices on will fid them at The Ecinomy Dry Go Ms Store Re the pt rf new OllS at rU fins drllJr1Go Onus at low prices AfTendld variety of different fORbeS every one guaranteed The hnnInc Reann IK now at hand and if you want a good reliable gun ol any kind call at Griffin drug store A large variety at prices that will make them sell Mrs Mottlrr and daughter Mrs Burckheatt who rmve been visiting the family of Mr Louis Gunther for several days returned to their ho ne in Rockbott Ind veterday As the little colored boy says when he means nythingno funnln1 We have most everything1 you in the dry goodsline nt prices wantI everybody Cone an T see usICARSON CoI c 4 r tt Bad Coughs I I I 1 had a bad couGh for six t weeks and could find no relief until f tried Ayers pecto ral Only onefourth of the bottle meIHawn Newlngton Ont I alwayslead They run into chronic bronchitis pneumonia consumptionDont Ayers Cherry Pectoral just as soon as your cough willInnlalIIttheI knowsUsteI C ATKlt CO Lowell Sins I ALL BOSH The Democrats have been flooding the county with circulars this week calling ottenton to the ballot used in the Republican primary and making it appear that the candidates rlow be fore the people on the Republican ticket were fraudulently nominated We examined the baloh when the billot boxes were opened and only found twenty ballots in the entire lot of 2 510 that were voted straight for the candidates now before the people on the Republican ticket and all this top line bosh as is being dished out by the Herald and the Demccratlc of ficeseekers is all the sberest kind ol folly and is gotten up to try to deceive the peopleIThe old saying that a drowning man will catch at a straw is true of tbecroTd now running the Demc cratlc ticket The people will cot beI deceived by this hungry crowd otofl ifceseekers and the entire Republican ticket will be elected next Tuesday Mr Albert McCrocklin lost one oi his wagon horses this week Teachers ot Ohio county both gen tie men antI ladies are cordially invit ed to visit The Economy Dry Gcoie Store for Clraks Overcoats Rootst Shoes Rubbers Umbrellas in factI everything a teacher needs The oneyear old child of Mr and Mrs L C Brown tf Ctrttntown died yesterday morning at 3 oclock ot whtoping cough and was buried at the Kelly burying grounds yester day alternoon Funeral services were conducted by Rev J T Casebier s The te caved family have the sympa thy of the entire community in thibI sad bereavementIF Whec you have no appetite do not relish your leoinad feel dull aftelC know that need i ddoseLiver Tablets Price 25 cents Sam plea free at Z Wayne Griffin BroV drug store m I Notice All persons having claims against the estate oi Quinton S Taylor Dr d ceased are hereby notified to present same to the undersigned admlnlstra tor at Paradise Ky on or before the last day ol Decemoer 1901 for pay ment Anyone failing to present the claims properly verified on or before that day forever baried in col lectlug same This October 28 190sVOUJKY TAYLOR Admr 15U Q 8 Taylor deceased a Barnumsa Monkeyso AUwellall happylot- of fun That is the regulaI report from the monkey cag of Barnums Circus ever sine the keepers began dosing th with Scotts Emu SlOB CIing off two thirds of then every year and the circus hact ito buy new ones One day a keeper accident ally broke a bottle of Scott Emulsion near the monkc cage and the monkeys cagcrl lapped it up from the floe This suggested the idea that i might do them good Sine t then the monkeys have rcccivct regular doses and the keeper- sreport very few deaths frcr consumption Of course it cheaper to buy Scotts Ennhsion than new monkeys rr that suits the circus men Consumption in monkey and ip man is the same diseastt If you have it or are threaten ed with it can yoi take the hint repesenltIbeTrade Emulsion and its oil tki wrapper of every bottle Send for fret sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York SOC and ft All druggUU AN HONEST CONFESSION Get T Tinsley Tells the Pub lic why He has Left the Democratic Party Pays Respects to Bryanism and Bryan Fallacies Eulogizes McKinleyStronz LetterC- UNTItRTOVN Oct 28 1901 lion C M Barnett Chairman Re publican State Central Committee Louisville KyRlud Sir and Friend In addressing you this communion tion it Is my object to set foith briefly my reasons for my somewhat sudden and to most people unexpected change of political front and to ten der to you and your party through you my mite oi service To say that I have been mercilessly excoriated is putting it mildly but I shall notice but one ol the various criticisms so copiously showered on me and a statement of that criticism is its own best possible refutation It is charged that I changed at a time when there was no political excitement therefore I could show no reason for such a change It has been my experience thtotigh life that those decisions reached at moments ol cool calculat tug deliberation have given me least cause for regret Acting on this ex erience I supported the lake prophet of the last Presidential campaigns despite the divine BeIware of false prophetscWe shall olten find when we have calmly and dispassiouately examined what we are wont to call our reasons that when they have been stripped of prejudice they are the merest Shadt of a Shade I was strongly in dined to cast my lot with the Repub lican party in the last Presidential election but I would not risk my judgment in a time ol so much ppllti wl excitement hence cherishing thel hope that Mr Waterson was right about it that if Mr Bryan was elect cd he noud be held in check by a Republican Congress and thus his petb financial hobby thwarted But he Democtat that regards Mr Bryan s the sea of all political wisdom that was not a paUUble argument Mr ryans admirers will have it that heh CGuancierwithout being able to point out a single one of his divers prophecies that il nag yet been fulfilled I read MrrBryans prophecies ol 1836 and wasp ure that if he were not elected Preslc dent the republic could not latt Ion er than 190 Mr Bryant predictedR decline in the wage scale wageir steadily advanced he predicted a de ine in all farm pioducts but the price ot farm products wouldnot own he predicted depleted tressu nry and fotthwith the treasury was fi filed to a scriptural fullness Thus IJiave seen his every proph icy vanish away before aqenlighten ej Republican financial policy and with them his chances for the Presia ency and the hopes of that tertium fuide now called the Democratic par ty The best heads in that party are at sea They ate ofleting nothing they are merely awaiting for the Republicans to make a mistake A They arc waiting for something to happen They are ready to form any uit of an alliance that anyloly pro poses just to there is the piosptct of little additional strength We may ite the alliance with the Populists as u instance oi the proof of what we assert Until recently no party coni Popullstic sophisms more zeal usly than the Democrats If the Populists were wioag then is not the Democratic patty equally wioag nos f the Democrat party should ever get seriously in the way of the Republic an party a sure solution of the dlffi cnty would be to piopose an alliance with them The word Democrat is no longer an inspiration It reminds one ol false prophets ol promises made only to be broken It is ve1 the Democrats and ulit have made common cause if beir terrors tbty are nit now corn pelled to choose between two ways equally fallacious 10 cbo7se between is them is to choose between two toadst either of which wnud terminate In financial chaos To choose between ZUcanfree soup house Astern ot Clevelacd and he workshop system of McKle leya choice between the vain fmclep Ohehe absurd jargon of prsentday DC mocracy blendcJ with the more ab urd n nt ol Populism on the one hand and a flyskm on the other band hlch for the magnitude and compre ofits purpose and f T glor iousness of nchitvcment rises tuonu mentil to Repulltan ability to fee and readiness to execute Br Bryan though a grett min asFhe masses recon greatness is a via lonary Mr Wttenoa has said tljat he has not showed much common sense He would enlarge the oppor tunltles of the pcor by restrictingg those of the ticbt He the poor richer by making the rich pooer He seems ti think the ag gregate wealth cf the country a fixeda and invariable quanity He seems to hink that whatever of riches one man accumulates is that much falcen r rl iI i 4r = Jfrom the comiuoii atOOk tie does nut teem to UnderHard creative wealth I am sometimes Asked What did McKinley do fjr the laboring ma to which I ustaliy answer by asking What would you have him do lIe may not have given anyone forty acres of land and a mule bu this policy has been executed with a wisdom that has placed the beat op portunities at the door ol Intelligent industry that history records and yet rot evenWin McKinley the patriot the ititesman the champion and martyr of social law the glory of Republican institutions has ever Intervened to deny that mandate Thou shalt earn thy bread by the sweat of thy brow its full force and effectLet not the farmer who has not ca1 bushel of wheat or corn or a pound pork to sell blame McKInley for it but let him go forth in the vigor of an industrious and intelligent man hood and smite the earth and she will respond with an exuberance of the good things that make life com fortable Yes McKinleys policy has brought opportunities In abundance Divinity himself has not thought it vise to do more Yours GBO T TiNsrBY Deaths Harvest Mrs Tobitba Burgess Reid wife of Mr J I Reid near Prentis died the 24th inst of flux alter seven weeks of suffering Her remains were bur- Ied at the W 1 Rogers burying ground Friday Her remains were accompanied to their final resting place by a host of neighbors and friends Mrs Reid had long been a constant from a chronic attack of phth sle which gave her great trouble anc much pain in the last years oI her life She was 67 years old at her death and leaves an aged feeble brokenhearted companion and eight children together with many friends o mourn her loss She was a faithful member of the Baptist church a devoted wife a duo tiful and tender mother and a neigh bar loved by all The vicinity in which she lived has sustained a great oss in her death It Happened In a Drug Store One day last winter a lady came my drug store and asked for a rand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock says Mr C R Grandin the popular druggist of Oa tario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough prep I could recommend I said to er that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and she could take a bottle olthe remedy and after giving it a fair trial she did not find it worth the money o bring back the bottle and I would the price paid In the course ta day or two the lady came back in with a friend In rfeed cia cough medicine and advised her to a bottle of Chamberlains Cough 1 consider that a very goodI recommendation for the remedyI The remedy owes its great and extensive sale in a large measure to the personal recommendations of- eople who have been curged by its se It Is Jar sale by Z Wayne Gri- tnBro mIr Schroeter the PhotographerI Here we are at Hartford and will remain until February the 1st 192Ind will endeavor to please the public better if possible than we ever baveI before We are making all the very latest and uptodate photoi that areI made at the leading galleries in the large cities and ut prices as reasonable s possible We are making cabinet photos at t 50 per dczen or six forI i Kodak photos 63 cents per dozen and photo buttons ascents for theI first one ten cents each for all tional ones Come and see our but ton frames and watch charms they re fine nod cheaper thn ever Htl Camo Near Dying For three days and nights I suf fered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbns brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther cletk of the district court Centervillet Iowa I thought I dIe and tried ndczen different medi cines but all to no purpose I sent for a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarihoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a lewt hours ago I felt to gratified that the first work I do on going to the offieI to write to the manufacturers ot his remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine you ake This remedy is for sale by Wayne Griffin Bto in- S Notice to Farajers To the farmers of OhlocountyI hive the best seed cleaner ever in iio county for sale at Beaver Dam 1651 I own the county right for fifteen years Call on or address me at Beaver Dam KyI913t September 9 1901 Hows TbfsIWe offer One Hundred Tolars Reward for any case ofCatarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catuih Cute FJCheny CoPropsTolenDI We the JCheney for the last 15 years andI bilteve hIm peilectly honorable in all business transactions and financally able to carryout any obligations made by their firm West Trtiax Wholesale Drug ists Toledo 0 Waldlng Rinnan Marvin Whole tale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally admit directly upon the blood nd mucous sue aces oi the system Price 750 per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best 1 Jtrl Pains in the BackAre symptoms of a weak torpid or stagnant condition of the liidhcys or liver and are a warning it Is extremely hazardous to neglect 10 important Is a healthy action of these organs They are commonly attended by loss of energy lack of courage and some times by gloomy foreboding and do epondency I bad pains In my back could not sleep and wben I got up In the morning felt worse tban the night before I began tak tug Hoods Sanaparllla and now I can sleep and get up feeling rested and able to do mjr work I attribute my cure entirely to Hoods Saruparllla SIRs J N Pansy care II 8 Copcland Pike Road Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up the whole system GODSEYSFAKESTORY DeWeese Calls Godsey and Bennie Ringo Down- SAYS HE HAS MADE AN HON ORABLE CAMPAIGN Unnecessary to Give Ringo the LieIts Perfectly Appar ent says our Next Sn perintendent PLAIN STATEMENT OF FACTS EDITOR RueunciInlastweeks- Rnunuctr you published an article IntelligentIsey Is ineligible to the office of County Superintendent You did this at my suggestion I examined the ached law and obtained the opinions of Snpt McChesney and several attorneys All concur in the fact that my opponent could not hold the office if he should receive a majority oi the votes I only meant to show to the voters oi Ohio county that my op ponent was guilty of trying to deceive them or unable to quality He comes out in an aitlcle in this weeks Hart ford Herald saying that he was help less and suffering from an attack of typhoid fever when the paper report ed him ineligible Of course this is false for he was at McHenry at the time and busy in his canvass Now if there is any one in the county who still thinks my oppon ent is eligible 1 would ask him to read his letter in this weeks H iald and if he can find one word in it showing that he is qualified I will quit the race In this strange letter he seems to think he is eligible be cause I went to school to him and be cause he has taught nine years in the county He has merely abused me In effort to conceal his gloss Ignorance of the schosl law He says that I have lrculated false reports on himT The good people of the coupty know this is not true I gave Mt Godsey ample opportunity to show that he is qualified but he has failed complete lyDof Hattford whom of some irresponsible person has wrongfully accused of being a lawyer has dtidesyllable of law but merely calls me aaliar I ask the people to read section 37 page 22 Common School law and in the following letters from the Super- Intendent of Public Instruction and who has lied Section 37 page sat sayssperson to the office ofLSchool SuperIntendent unless be shall from the State Board ot Examiner a State as diploma or a State Certlflcnte uhlch will not expire during his proposed tern ot once or aOcertificate otq alincatloii ot the grade of county certificate oftbeflntclau etc o The examination shall be held In eeryGcounty on the last Friday July and next preceding the election ot County Super intendent When I wrote McChesney in regard o the above named section he had or he foVowlog to sayrFniXiroBT July U lt01DtiR Bia The only examination which can be held for can didate for Count Superintendent wOl tub Tandpin during the tern of office Ie not sufficient Very truLy II V McCattiiir Mr iodney did nit attempt to pass he July and August examinations Prom the law and the above statement p ol the State Superintendent it is clear that a ittte certificate must not expire during the term of office JChesneyFiiiUKoiT Oct UtD01DEU Siaf ThIrecord here show that Mr L W made a State Certiorate In the summationl ot Jane 7th and 8th1885 ThU will make his certificate expire June 8tb 1503VVery truly U V McCMMir Any one can see from the above that my opponent is not eligible youIaRTY to anyone who reads your state ment in the Herald and examines the ccbo 1 law both facts are perfectly apparent I have tried to make an honorable campaign I have clrt lated no falsehoods on my opponent I cculd have proven to the people of the county that he was a regular patron of the saloons and blind tigers and that he obtained his state cettifi Cate unfairly but I preferred not to do so I submit my claims to the people of the county Very truly JAtS DnWuasn i When you caucoc sleep for cough ing it ia hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you needs few doses ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy lo allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep i osslble It is good Try it For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m f4 aeVVVVVrVNio V4tewV = J t Everybodys Store f Ii ca 4Vm f t t During tho cold season men women and children 7must have the protection of warm comfortable un + + donvear It means health and happiness There s2are many kinds hero Mens Shuts and Drawers 250 s2is2i151Ladles s2 7C Ladies Undcrsuits SOC to i LChildrens Undersuits 350 to 5ocl t2Qtl and SVaii IJI Suite heavy weight ft 00s2Duck Coats slicker lined i s21i4 Jeans Coats heavy lined 200 Ii s2 Jeans Pants SOCs2sif Jeans Pants extra heavy lined i allwool filling lined i 25 to I 5S4icRubber Coats in a number of styles and pricesf e eai Six ou i FOR THE NIGHT AS WELL AS DAY + Bedsteads from r 91 to 10 00 s21is21is21i4- lQ WQ C CC Our Ladies Wraps and Furs Hats Shoes and also s2 1i Mens Shoes Clothing Hatsin fact everything weShave and we have it all right hero There isaSC saving hero for you if you will como and get it t tt Cjjt 44 Beaver Dam KentuckyS t rvVALUABLE LAND FOR SALE he Chance of a Life Time to Get Good Land As Agent Attorney and Attorney fact for Doss DeHaven and Lelia his wile by virtue of power Attorney now of record in the proper office I offer for sale on terms hereinafter mentioned the following real and personal property his land is most favoiably located nd of the greatest fertility of any land in Ohio county U is all fresh sight of the railroad near Nar o vi Kentucky and on waters of Adams Fork creek and Rough river One of Twenty five 25 acres the ame conveyed to Doss DeHavcn by ehia DeHavenformerly GrayVnown same conveyed to Leila Gray by R Holbrcok Muster Commissioner of hio Circuit Court in Equity action Leila Gray Administrator of W Cray against W D Gray c Ohio Circuit Court Also the three following tracts which adjoins and constitute onefarm body ol land which I will sell sepa or as a whole one lot No Two 2 contalng Ninety 90 acres lut No Three 3 containing Seventyfour and- hreefourths 743 acres and lot No Six 6 containing One Hundred and Nineteen 119 acres allof said lots being a part ot a tract of land containing Fifteen Hundred 1500 acres attened to William Craddock on the 25th day April 1792 and being lots Nos 2 3 and 6 on a plat or survey of the fifteen hundred acres made by ohn Stone surveyor and being same o veyed to DJSS DeHaven by Leila formerly Gra Also two ots in Highland Park Louisville INTHE WINTER Binioai Pinter It PaIns M lrjl For coughs and Colds Benson Porous PU trs are aa loeompinbiT better rem dy than any otheruterna or internal Their inedloinal properties enter the akin and oo rotoA tD fia isat tM disease Thq relieve and cure II seated cold without disturbing tho intern or upsetting the stomach Cough mixtures often nan seats Benaoni Plasters ore medicinal in the highest degree and qnlckert to act Placed on the chest or or on both at once In serious cases the good effect U felllmmedUtely The congestion yields the cough abates and the breathing Improves LUng or bronchial affections or kidney disease ore cured with the lout possible iiiffering and lose of thne Bensons Plasters ore Jmmearanbly su perior to Belladonna Strengthening Capsicum or any other combination la plaster form They are also preferablo to oinL- nontS liniments and salves A BiMoni Plaster haTO received fjlyfif AlgAl awards over all competitors and more than 6000 physicians and druggist bare declared them to be ono of the few trustworthy household remedies For sale by aU or we wilt prepay postage on any number ordered in United States on receipt of 25o each Bo sure Ret tho genuine Accept no imitation or substitute fioabury tJuhnsoo Mfg Chemists NT VSV i Jefferson county Kent tkyAIc I another tract in same neighborhood as ether land In Ohio county afore said consisting of one hundred acres bought by Lelia Gray now DeHaven ofIWIat a bargain forScash or upon part payment in cashSand balance in one andtwo years a lien retained on all of land to secure deferred payment IAlso onehall of com grown on a said land by John Tucker con sluing 0 250 bushels E P NEAL Attorney and Agent This October the 29th 1901 4 VV TAFFY KY I was at Union Grove church on 1 the 26th and we had a large crowd out We were disappointed by our hadiI ers We had some good Democrat out with us They showed some in dlcalioaa of lending a helping hand t lor some of our boys Everything Icolcs promising in Bartletts atVpresent Now a void for Judge Millar I want to inform my good readers s to know personally about Miller lieShas proved to me without a shadow of doubt that he goes ahead without any knowledge as to the law when he IsSIn court Why do I say thlBecause I have had some estpetUnw gentleIto me I endeavor tashow you in my feeble way how he has done There is a public road not far liom me with an overseer whosrhis been in office for four years TheShands on this toid had a petition I drawn up and every road baud on I that road signed that petition forSMiller to appoint them a new overS 4Sorder and dont jou think he turned 1ajdeaf ear to them Now another case I with othersSgot up a petition some years ago for a new road and we had to buy the right of way The partwe boughtVit ofbecame dlsatlsfhd and wanted to change the road and without an or 1 der from the court he went and putSobstructlo is In the rcad We then got up a petition with signers to tarn Alto get men on the road and people who traveled it The other man also petitioned Miller notwith standing we had a uij City Our road and bridge commissioner wrote Miller to have the obstruction remov ed but he would net do It Now gentle readers is this the right way to do toe for 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relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else tails The Rev C F Wells of VilU Ridge 111 says Your trial bottler hs1h malene received in good condition I cannot tell jou how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore tbioit anc Asthma for ten years I despairedl ever being cured I saw j our advertisement for the cure oi 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 ol the CongoDnallsrael New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene ii an HayFever AthtnaIfAlter having it carefully anatyzed we can slnte that Asthmalere contain no opium morphine chloroform or yoursREV 1901DrOeutlemsnt I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having cetei MywlchItSalgnuponNometnbert1 thatItiltreielnjf dlseoee fours respectfully i D PHELPS M D 19Iflentlemrnnum crnus reiiicdie but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and stdrted with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since pur chased your fullslz bottle and I am ever gratelul I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work lam now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimonyyou can make ench use ofas you see fit Home address 235 Rlvington street S RAPHAEL 67 East izgth St New York City J Trial Bottlo Sont Absolutely Froo on Rocolpt of Postal MIZDICINEjSold by Druggists f VV n MARCH THE 4TH 1901eVf I Since the Adoption of the Chi cago Platform in96 I Hav Been and am Now a Democrat JuIyl9V1900I am a Populist I am for Everything the Populist Have Advocatedh I DQilt 11QpQc to Talce One J3ackard Step for a1 YIsZcDrr1ir1EtticEr1 orQfficcO TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY I have heretofore in response to certain friends of mine I made what I conceived to be a clear and explicit statement t of my political position Lest there should be any misappre hension however in the mind of any man on this subject I will add to what I have already stated that since the abop tion of the Chicago Platform by the Democratic National Convention In 1896 and the reaffirmation of this Platform by the Democratic party in Kentucky I have been o and am now a Democrat As I understand the things nec o essary to constitute party affiliation in this country are tE first allegiance to party Dlatform and second support ofI party nomineesr1 had supposed that my political position as here defined th s was clearly understood by my friends in this county and I a trust that there can be no longer any room for misapprehen sion on this subjectbIf nominated for County Judge by the Democratic Cons vention which meets in Hartford next Monday I expect tO be nominated as a Democrat andshall ask the nomination f as a Democrat I shall submit to the action of that Con d a ention and cheerfully support its nominees whoever they may be on the Democratic Platform which that Convention will adopt Very resectfuh1yoMarch 1 iDOl J P MILLERM Judge Millers Democracy is being seriously qnettiooetl by many jut now and well might it be too for during the 07 campaign ha told vdIrious Republicans that he was just m gnoda Uqiublicui as anybody and at the same time he was sailing under the Populist fusion banner L- It U quite true that on the lib of March last he published tigncd statement that he was and had been a Democrat Mtice 00 hail endure all the platforms and supported all the nominees G cbel includnf Tbe card speaks for itl it is qunird ale aril climM hive the alien lion of every cinziii Below we give a letter iu lull which WM wiiiten in answer to al inquiry last yer aa to wbetlwr or nut he had detertrd Uu Populist party It is sell exp anatorj 11i i 5 I Su o TQQ Mit T F CJIOWDKH MAXDA KYDear Sir Yours to hand and contents noted I am glad to hear from you I am not surprised at anything that you may hcaV about me you will likely hear between now and the olection that I have stolen a Rail Road robed a bank or raped tho Queen of Eng t land anything that will discredit mo in the eyes of my friends but let it come I am a Populist Still and will pay no attention to these Slanders 1 am 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 i me i am for everything the Populist have advocated I donit proposeto take one backward step for any nomina tion or Office I am for r Mr Bryan foPresidcnt because he f was nominated by the regular Populist convention on a Po1l ulist plntfm m and if tho Democrats and Free Silver Repub licans get on our Platform we cant help it but they cant run us oiT wo got there first I would bo glad to see you and talk this matter over but it would tako mo all day to write you about it I hope you know me and there are 6th ers that know me and you will hear even worse things than have yet been said but I am a Populist I mn trying to doI right Give my respects to my friends if I have anynJ P MILLERrs If any man can read these letters atil say of a truth I know Judge Miller is a Democrat or that he II a Populist we will take ofl our hat to him Whoever dreamed that Judge Miller would steal a railroad ior that be was guilty ot having robeda Lank or tbat he would ever attempt to rape the Queen ot England The only charge that bad beeu preferredagainst him at that time was tbat he had joined his fortunes with tho Democratic party He declared himself to be a Demo crat in the convention held at the court house during the early part of July which appointed delegates to the Lexington convention 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 his own language He was charged with Democracy and so nauseating was it to his mental stomach tbat it revolted against it and actual y emitted the above letter as a result of tbe nausea It will puzzle the wisest to harmonize tbeia manuscripts We cant do it Its yours genus reader to have and to hold fix it for yourselfrA man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort oft J thing that ho likes FIELD A BONBOSiaD 2 5 Ojr ICIQRB A TRANSFER LINES w t mTVJ = rA J flZPXHA1 RDsA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN TilE MOST COMFORTAPtfe VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 1tlr If You Want 2 To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the times JV VT 1 POWERFUL eN OF THE EAST An lattrratlnR Kiilnhitlon of tblr Uonnnnl Htrrngtb The them ul their Jlnnvluu Vlutltjr uiiil X rvo rune JcHloonljr Uuarttal Womtoot the llarrni Compound a lolou Who ItrJarraatliiK Effect are Alntunt Jllriw- ulon and ANtouthlnit the Mol skeptleiIV The fondest hnpra uf ancient or modern boo after the Fountain nl Perpetual Youth can Murrely have aimed higher than the milt achieved by th mnrveloa compound known throughout lb East a Kl tlOKIlllt- Trarellen returning to Knrop hey from time to time brought lutonlhlng tftliot Iberrju renallng effect produced by this V n lit of th Orient Crnilely compounded by the Women of the Harem from formulas handeJ down orally from freneratlon to Reneration tba wret of this prep aration thUS Jrnloufly guarded Rail known only to the Inmate ot the Harem and the Court 1hy Iclan EL MOKIIIIl ha been practically naob tlnahl excepting by tba farored one for whom t wa IntenAid Recently bowerera prominent Ditty Arabian ryldanbanlibed from hla country lor political ffea CUd deprtr d uf bll Test pOMeMloni ht aralled hlmietl ot kU knuwltdf to earn I HrtU ood Uniting hUtatlooby upplytag this mar relou compound KU JlOKUlKto th nobility and wealthier dane or all Europe who bar cbetrfolly paid bin tare ttn Inntirn forth bentflU rtctlTfd Content with the large laromt dcrtred from his practice this agtd IkyilcUi has repeatedly rery liberal 60m mad to him for the foranU ot kit Ktnedy bat hi he hall agrrrd trlthtb impottiug boa of TuiVotrtrcLiil CoxrixT ol Fbiladelpbla to pit It Spit coo Tenlent form for sat eiditlrely Ia th Called State and tbl arm bstlng th esdustr agency now uSer It for tbe lIt Urn to th American public TIe remedy mnit tIt be confounded with th- nmeroos nerroo xhaaiUon lot manhood aad 1IIoaN remedies which are adrtrUwil nn der variety ol name a tbrn I absolutely J3a fdentlnc cbeniUtry ha beeoabl pestlesLtractd from ran tropical root coil herb Kl MOKU1RU a nmedyforon peclfie par oes which 10 to strengthen the forraiid revent decay In men It marrelau rein In ar retlnx decay ot the vital principles ivperlllv In nerer aad a4 IU UM U nnlrerul an orer theUait when troig Irlie men with large famIlies of ilmn dant ar th nie there mnt bum doabt either to Ita 0idencyor bet to the general sy tern Ulillelt Lien nWlui pedfiraiid elilrely rnarnnteed to run tbe worst tees of tatToo de ilitv lust manhood nr InlUr uriknCMs ilof cores or youthful errut It U aUo cecil- ltb the itrewt t icm no M Tlt llter KlTln power to alt week part end deTtoptui slid ualatalnlng the fill natural vUor of manhood It Ie pat ap for the American trade In tablet orm nnd tboo b extremely powertnl It La per fectly karmbe and a tablet Iwtog dooe oddothgthe work at oorend orleOtfy a to lT no doabt lath mind ottbc patient liwtilcaroyouaonato stay rured ndrefllllJnftIDIIsbpacked nnderthHrMal and 1IIIe mannte rare It will b pmt prepAHl nn kr plain COT with full and cumpUt dlUnoa rrrript f the price II 00 tel iMivknae oriJx ackiiic ISUl AitdrnwTHK Nott FrciEal UMPJMT arket ond Sub luIbdlibt There are not likely to be any ant- iroptrity peecht in the c miti DemfCMtic CJni Mn Ccvvl d- edcr TilE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltionAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly the rnMmlU remlNltrcu I T T let th erM gfH on itt lb Muvmd It U lull bluew o learn thin n w Jut n It krolupUy uti- lIuporllall1lIlbat you haye to do U to trot latbeealaranol Tbe ThrhvHfWrrk 0II tbNw York World ulikh retire to tb erlbfr IBo time a year The ThrfeMWwt World diligent u a lUhcr ol lIt ew hn given It rlmUtloi whe rl tr the LcglUb language a pokea and ontltTh IWorld mrnlar inherit ion price only 1100 Ir Year We oBtr thU nntqa l d newpnper and THE IHcrcnucDi to mtb r one year for floW Tb rrnlar subscription price of the twopc proe U f100 Senator Mark flanua sit too tr Is subscription toward the ransom ol Miss Stone Mr Bryan will now rUi up and do M little more howling about Mr Hanna n man whose ore great iult as viewed through the eyes nl he calamity contingent is thit hi ina been mccrsslu rn l halt made fortune DCS Moires Stan ReyiBler IIASi for IO CENT TRIAL SIZE LYS CREAM BAL- MOlrnltrllrtntonra It clraniH soothes od bent the llneniiv l membrane It cure and drive nv a raid In the CATARRH I iiilJ iVIrkVIii U lib UFA Rorbed Ural and COLD protect the Membrane Itmtorr 1ITaunnd Hindi Full size Wo flrnffjrtt or liy moll KIY IHIOTIIKUHM WnmnRtrrtt New York a egstblSI U I si lIIoWIJICI ee- eauti1 bopel I to Jtji at IMM two third or all nmptom rmoT L Tttmnntal and TZH eaTS tremtmcot rr BK I B IUZIS Son Hoc It AtU- mUOWillFamlrKinley Jiis lifeand Wor BY GEN Cius H GnOSVFNon Presidents lIfelong friend com ade and colleague In Congress Was ear his side with other great men when his eyes were closed in death Followed the bier to the Nations Capitol and then to Canton Tbe General requires a share of the proceeds of his book to be contributed to McKlnley Monument lund Thin every subscriber becomes a contrlbu cnpeiilliegant PhpoiUjrnvure Poitralts of President Mcltinltytj last picture taken at the White HoUse Vnu cfln easily and Quickly clear jitcOa taking orders Order outfit quick Chrtnce prove success Secure yeaily con tract and btcorhe tHauagtf Send li cent tamps for elegant Prospectus Taking io to 8 orders dally 50000 will be sold in this vicinity Address The Continental Assembly Corcoran Building Opp US Treasury Wash ington D C 134 A Good Insurance Story A certain life insurance company recently received the following letter ays an exchange Deer Sij It is with deep sorrow VVVV t that I tafcethf pn tiilnfirm yot that my titer wife Anle Mite sire Ivr dir inMired with y uysi will G d nunhl tin sour inllC lorlhrMim nl j nun hits didVU iltuly evtnd riie lu Liiiorlil in the liium tMii I Ir j ThU painful blow bunt iVe thie very day at 7 oclock in ihr niotring 1 Will you try to get fur we tIn ni out iniured as quickly lilt posMflt The policy beers Nt 21764 lean say j very aciioualy and veiy Mnierely tl at she was a Inithful wife and an ReCOil plfohed mother Sotha m t ers may j1 proceed more rapidly I send you hirawith an official cmi6c t r1 tier lit t Her illness haslieeit holt nev 1Certheleaswhich rendered uiy sorrow the more intense I trust you will help me Inlconsoling raj sell by sending me c the aforesaid amount e e rItu1this very raorari tthat when the tune fours I rhftll insure myrrcnnd wife fir 6 ooo due the amount of insurance of the dtlunct My oitnw is immense however tbe profprcl i that you will hasten to satisfy me Il cnetalos me in 1h14 terrible trial In the hope that I hall coon receive the amount ioMired I and my childun a pray you to accept our sincere giatt I tude i CASTORIAFor t The Kind You Have Always Boughtt Bears the jPSlfj+Blgnature of t II Prutrctiim In mtifiUl limn It which moat be shindored intInc Vhn the lr V kel i once reached an4 tlc ccutr u filled with t the prnple nl all other Clintrlfs and there Is a men lor very r my oppor I U flbiitN ws T A WOR IHY SUCCESSOR SomothinB Now Under Ibo Sun tAAM n ictitH live tried to cure Citnih b tht tips powders etdT asI inlirtlftH mid thugs In paste IMIII Their powders dry up the nnicunnn nierabunen canning them to crack open arid bleed The power a nl acids tifid In the Inhalers have I entirely eaten sway tbe same went U brnnea that their uiakera have aimed cure while puteii and ointments e Mttbo reach the disease An old nd experienced practitioner who has Iirminy yearn made a close study nd i 1cItlit ul the treatment ol c arrb has aflant perltcted a tieat mtut which when faithfully used not nly telieven nt once but permanent tf y elites Cata h b the aUe Mopping the dlllcbuReIlndA nil inflammation It II thetlunly remedy known tn rclfnce dually teaches the ifflctcd puts t This wonderful remedy U known all SrafQfg tbe Gaatantted Catarrh Cuic and i1 notd at the txtremely llov price ol One Dollar each packageD toutainine Internal and medicine sufficient lor a lull months tment and everything nccciairy o Its jtifcct use Smffla ia the only petted Cute ever made and iqnow recognIzed d the only safe and cure for Ibtt iinnoylntr end dUpaitlpc disease t curezILJ Sa nn sad permanently wQbdtrlull quick inrc4 ever or Cold tn the ltaiCstatrh wh ien lead o Cnsumtiii s gtlr witcave you U you ne it at once To nriilnnry remedy hut a complete Itrniincrt which Is roitlvely eusranS llo cure CaUrrh io any or itiiie if nrnl Mcrnrdlng tn 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