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L THE I HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 4 Fine Job Work a Sp cl tyOFrICIALOUAH or THE pun is m FOOCf8CON88ESSI0MILDISBICL Subscription 1 a year rjVOL XIVHAr TFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1901 No 16 OVERBURDENED s The Ban woman looks rrutJ overburdened and ret the physical bur xlUtLwoman 7her4ino burden like tfce burden of dlwaae The woman who angers from Inflammation or nfoeratioa bore ingdown TMUM weak biiMuimewhich crushes her vrry life ivery woman shomld know that Dr rlerecs Favorite Prescription makes women strong and sick women well It CUM the wetnaaly diseases sure weak seas and feebleness Jlqulet the nerves tehlegback IIheaatrength cart and maternal duties Wt When I watterato you I wa a tad condition and hid rcetatveap Mr lireBella air of Co OkU r was Mfltrlnir from female trouble Of the went klndr I ocmldnt eal anrthlair vltkoot offering amt 4tolmai threat putt Ml br ipellai wa moot tad weak lad 1111 ktidt red acre heart trouble palaa all tknegk neetmQlt1medicine tad took II u directed sad the 6m week II bop a to help ret I took three bottles and am tied to that It Old me mon Good thin all the Mhrr medicine I mr took I feet hour than I bin tee yean Dr Pierces Medical Adriser In piper seven i peat jrtl on receipt of n one tent stamps to enNOr mail lag Offf or If cloth volume i desired send t Addnj Dr R V rites Buffalo N Y PlEJGltaS m II DTYUIiI M L HEAVRIN t Rttorney at Low HARTFORD KY Will practice hie prolfulon In all the eoirtsat dOonolAppoalapedalIIUa ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARTrORD KY Will prank bl pnhMloi lull the tonrUol Oalo raiatr nd Court or A Itonpt aa I canrml coldlIon altta all biulnMi latrmtttd I kin Once over Oalo Coiaty oak JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY IptdaUtUatlon trim to coU Uoa iaakJas abitrarta ACM lio NoUrr 1ihtlc tor Oalo to uy ones orthaldepebleegaan O E SMITH k ATTORNEY AT LAW mnrtorn KY Will rorIo ta all tb mirtaol Oklo dlotlnllroIdCounol AIal- pedlallllo alrtn to IUatnlno to 0lacelalbAttlanelcelaeoarlbouet F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW ARTIORO KY andaJJ3 DAVIDSON rAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will pnettes hU rolloD U Ohio and adjoin IScoaatM specialettettloadvatoabust I t ni 10 bla ran f 8 P HOBT ATTORNEY AT LAW roRDNVUIE KRNYVrikY i hla rollo la nil thaeoirUot t KJ OblaaedrllolnttgeoaatteaadCouriOIAppalspared S JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD kY- rial1 atUnUon irlTen to aa boiloMt ratraatr d G Eis can OOwlneoorthoua O M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY- wnipraettreklaproferton la all Mwaoirtaof Oklo and aJjolaln BpKlal attintlon will be given to all ntrnitod to bU ears olltctlona apuUaltj E P NEA- LAttorney at Lawl HARTFORD KY Will praltleebteprotesloeloallthieortaof- xuWckr 8p YeD e- UdmtbloekmlaalptaUr 110 J8R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR it LAW HARTFORD KY Ye Wilpr aetlce bU prof wlIII In n0 tha cotrtaot Oklo and adjoining eonnttea and the eon of Ip Mala Prompt attention given to all bntlneaa ratriiUd to him Offlco In Rirciucm bnUdlas R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY I practice hta prafeaitoa In ibtconrttof Oklo A Aim Notary 1oblU l1- adadoleloaroootiee SouthernC RailwayII rThroub 8111 ntSouthern States KEjrrOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIB GIj1IAi orth OAKOLINAGEOR GI and MISSISSIPPI III I SitUllee Three Dell Tralasiletwrntoul rtut and ftlnirton and arrive LoelvlllahomSvutb 1etteOnion Motlouectlalwith trains ot tka IlUioli Central Uallroad and L II A St Loa LL jr I FoIl alormatloa adr Are tontaTflle t w beAulatanlaPA LooliTtU walhlolloatbrrTranc i GEN HARRISG- ives a Clear Synopsis of the Testimony on I Which Mrs Surratt Was Found Guilty For Complicity in the Assassination of Pres Lincoln Harrisvllle W Vs NovAbout I tao wore years after the assassination ol Abiahata Lincoln OH ol the raeta here of the court which tried and ten tented the conspirators for the crime bat broken alienee and revealed the evidence upon which tbe sentences were based lie Is Gen T M Hattie of this city and be and Gen Lew Wallace are the only surviving mem bers ol the military commission oi I nine leaders which found tbe IIDhas written he justifies the sentence ofdeath pronounced against Mrs Mary E Surratt who was hanged Ills letter Is called forth by an article by John CHmpltt Mrs Surrstts coun sel In which the lawyer asserted that tbe military court was peeked that the trial ol Mrs Surrstt was unhlr and that her connection with the plot was not established In the course of his letter General Harris says I might say that no tribunal ever acted lalrer than this The prisoners were too poor to pay expenses of counsel and ol the witnesses summon ed in their behalf and In the majority of those uses such expenses were met by the United States I might also say now without any violation ol confidence that the sen tools In the case of those suffering capital punishment was unanimous not a dissenting voice and It takes only a twothirds verdict ol a military commission to convict- IItClampltt atlaeka the witnesses Weichmsnn and Lloyd and says that they did not tell tbe truth With ref erence to Mr Welchmann I wish to- NY that I have known him for 30 years have enjoyed his friendship and I consider him In all respects a very bonory and upright man lie was not the principal witness against Mrs Surratt I might say here that It was chiefly John W Lloyds evi dente that did the damage Who wss Lloyd anyhow lie was a plain nn pretentious man who rented Mrs Surratta property in Surrattsvllie and paid her every month ftl 66 for the use of It And II this man was mixed up in tbe sSsir it was only be cause ol the actions of John H Snr ratt and Mal It Surratt his mother About the 3jrd oi March John Snrrntt George A Atzerodt and Da vid B Herold appeared at Mr Lloyds place early In the morning Surratt called Lloyd into the parlor and there on the sofa lay the two Spencer car blues a monkeywrench and a long stretch ol rope with some ammuni tionThese things had been turned over to Herold by Mlcheal OLaughln Snrratt told Mr Lloyd that he wanted them concealed there Lloyd objected saying it was dangerous Surratt however knew a secret place namely under the rafters in the storeroom and there having probably overcome Mr Lloyds objections he concealed them Thus It is shown that it was Mrs flurrstfa own son who hid the weapons which were afterward so intimately connected with her death On the nth of April three days before the murder Mrs Surratt on a visit to Maryland to ace John K Nothey a debtor ol hers accidentally met on the road Mr Lloyd going to DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Kilmers the great kidney liver and remedy the treat medI- cal triumph of the nine teenth century discovered years nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is bles and Brlghta which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Is not + ney llvtr or bladder trouble It will be found the remedy you need It has been tested lust many ways hospital work In private I every case that a special arrangement has been made by y of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle free by mill also a book telling more about and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and your address to Dr KllmaricCoBlng hamton N Y The Dr SwampRoot bladder Ills after of byDr curingdameDisease SwampRoot rec- ommendedforeverythlngbutltyouhavekld In purIsent SwampRoot send rerular fifty cent and HMuotSwanpRoc dollar sites are sold by all pod drufnlstt Washington She called him to her and then In a way her attendant could not understand told him Well Mr Lloyd I want you to have those shooting lions ready There will be parties here soon who will call for them How did this woman know that these carbines had been secreted at that place Who told her that they would be wanted that night Who but Booth General Harris then shows that Mrs Surratt repeated the order to Lod at Marlboro April 14 faying that the weapons would be wanttd tonight Having given this order the General goes on Mrs Surratt returned to the city which was reached shortly alter 8 oclock As the family were at supper footsteps were heard comingup the steps on the outside and the door bell rang Mrs Surratt herself an wend the call The party went into the parlor and remained but tour or five minutes and then left That was John Wilkes Booths third and last visit to the louse that day Thus three tlmn was this atch assassin at the house 09 the 14th day of April as I have shown What was he doing there anyhow on this tbe most im portant day of his Illd And what was he doing there on his third visit but waiting to learn if the road to Surratt vllle that night was clear for him and II the shooting irons and the whisky would be ready to deliver to him But let us see what happened on the night of the 14th About 12 oclock Booth and Herold fresh from the re cent murder with tbe red blood of Abraham Lincoln on their hands and souls dashed down tbe road to Lloyds tavern Lloyd was up and fully pre pared to carry out his put of the pro gramme The carbines mid whisky ordered by Mrs Surratt together with Booths field glass were ready and waiting the arrival of the assas sins to whom they were to be deliv ered Herold rushed into the hone and exclaimed Lloyd for Gods sake make haste and get those things Lloyd made no reply but went straight and got tbe carbines suppos lag Booth and Herold were the patties to whom Mrs Surratt referred From the way Herold spoke he must have seen apprised that Lloyd already knew what he was to give them They did not remain at Lloyds house over five minutes and on their departure took with them only one of the carbines Booth said he could not take the other because his leg was broken As they were about leaving Booth called out I will tell you some news it you want to hear It1Lloyd answered I am not particular use your own pleasure about telling me Well rtjoined Booth I am pret ty certain that we have assassinated the President and tbe Secretary of State This Will Intorost Many To quickly introduce the famous bloij purifier B B B Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will give away 10010 treatments B B B will positively cure all blood and skin troublesulcers scrolula eczema eating sores itching humors swell- Ing pimples bolls carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catanh blcoi poison affecting throat or bones mucous patches cancer persistent pim plea or wart B B B makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and stops all aches and pains Druggists 1 For free treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlan tatGa Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured B B B cured old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent med icines or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botanic drugs and is the finest blood purifier in the world m CASTORIAPor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thoABlgnatw of Cj o AfTe 4 Surprise Dinner Dundee Oil jorOn last Sunday morning Aunt Sarah J Hines wrs very pleasantly surprised on seeing her children coming with their bask eta filled with everything that heart leatlTheo attractive wy that the kind hyndoll her children could arrange cislon was one long to be remember ed EveryoneTelt that It was good to be there The day was spnt in pleasure to all Many funny things were related and Aunt Sarahwas proud to know that her children were kind enough to return and give her the pleasure of being with them all at the same time She remarked that it called back the past when she was longing to see her children succeed in life Aunt Sarah Is a dear good moth er loved bjf everyone A 1 TURNED THE FAUCET And Then This Fair Young Daugh ter of Eve had Her Curios ity Satisfied A daughter ol Eve who was visit ing In New York learned valuable lesson the other day but whether she pmfits by it remains to be seen says the New York Times She la visiting at the house of a friend and with her hat on was about to go out one after ncoa But first she went to a big set bowl in the dressingroom tJ wash her bands The house is a large one and the bowl sets in a big slab oi marble with a formidable arry of tan eels about it There was one strange feature about two ol these faucets They were those at the extreme ends on each side of the bowl and they were tied with strings as If to warn unwary against touching them But ol course there could be no reason when there was a faucet over a set bowel lor not using it so the young woman with her curiosity well aroused turned on the water from the extreme right hand faucet Probably Eve herself had not her curiosity so quickly rewarded As the young woman reached for the faucet she leaned well over the bowl when whist from the center of the bowl there came straight up in her face in her eyes her nose her mouth over her hat andover her collar a strong fine spray which soaked everything it touched It did not take long to get out of it but it was a very wet young woman who sat down tj gasp and toje up again to curl her hair dry her bedraggled feathers and put on a fresh collar Those are de lightful sprays and do the complex ion no end of good but they must be taken in homeopathic doses and with out hat or collar Id leave my happy home and cross the deep blue sin Rather than be without Charley and my Rocky Mountain Tea Ask your druggist m Teachers Meet The teachers meeting at Rockport Saturday Ot 16 191 was a success The attendance was not as good as it could have been but the work done was firstclass There were fourteen teachers present most ol whom seemed to be full ot the subjects The first subject discussed was How do you teach History This was introduced by J H Wood who said he like best the topical methoJ Prof Welborn said the way to teach history is to be full of the subject joarself Mr B W Patterson prefers the out line method The big bad girl was discussed by Prol J Ham Barnes he said the best way is to get them to see themselves as they really are If this cannot be done whipping he said helped him to manage one girl Then the subject How to teach fractions to beginners was introduced by B A Carter and continued by Prof AVelburn The objection method was agreed to be the way Should literature be taught in pub Ito schools was Introduced by B W Patterson liesaid It should because most ladles like this kind of work bet ter than any other part of educational work and that this tubject is sore fining In its nature Prof J lIam Barnes said the time to begin this kind ol work as a separate recitation is when higher Arithmetic and Gram mar are introduced The relative importance of Gram raor and Arithmetic was discussed by R D Robinson he thinks Grammar tbe more important because of the constant use of language Should every lesson be a language lessor was Introduced by Miss Eda Carter followed by Prof Welborn They agreed that each lesson should be a language as far as possible not to cause the learner to Vecorae timid Should Mental Arithmetic be taught as a separate branch was introduced by J lIt Wood It was agreed that it should Which should be taught first State or National History was Introduced by Blumer Renlrow followed by Er nest Maddox Geo White and Prof Welborn They think the State Ills tory should be first taught Alter the program was disposed of we had an interesting experience meeting which was very instructive After this the meeting agreed to meet at Render the fourth Saturday in next month then nrfj mrned- E W PATTRJWON Chmn- E A CARTER Stcy v Passing of the Parlor The parlor is rapidly becoming obsolete said an interior decorator yesterday This is particularly true of suburban houses and applies also to city houses that have been remod tied to conform to the new order of things Tne reception hall seems to be a necessity and opening on this is the library living room or whatever you choose to cell it Some people call it a music room but whatever the uame it takes the place of the A I old fashioned parlor Its a goad thing too I suppose we all recall the days el our youth when the par lot was something to be spoken of in whispers and regarded with awe It I wasp large darkened room contain ing stiff sparse furniture that always had to be arranged just so It was sacred to company and even on the rare oxasions when the sunlight was admitted it smelted strange and musty I am glad to see that sensible people no longer have parlors Philadelphia Record DUNDEE KY The death angel visited our little town and toik from our midst little Marie Drallithelnlant daughter of Mr andjfr Dean The new Masonic and public hall of this place will coon be completed Bin Jinkens will hold a meeting it it when its finished Mr Warn Martin is about to sell out his property to Mr Skiler Acton Mr Will Sproll has opened up a hardware ttMehere Mr Cullie Acton Is preparing to open up a new furniture clothing and gents furnishing goods in the old store of Armendt Bros Mr Byron Wedding has completed hIs new residence and will move in same in a short time Mr Will Sproll has bought a lot ol Mr Chess Cole and will build this tall Mr E W Jackson has pitched his tent at this place and is prepared to make pictures of any kind Mr George lime Is building a handsome residence for Dr McDowell Mr Cook Bean has bought the new residence of Mr Byron Bean and moved to same Mr Byron Bean has bought a lot of Mr Jim Rearow and will build this winter Mr Ches Cole is now at work in his new blacksmith shop Mr A R Renfrew bought the old shop for ItI ware house The surprise dinner and reunion ol the children and grand children of Mrs Sarah hues the 27th was quite an enjoyable aDair there being thirty five present six Absent and only one great grandchild little Miss Maine Ray Armendt daughter of Mr and Mrs C L Armendt TOUCH ME Nor r A traveling man who is fond of honey always stopped at a certain hOt tel where he would be sure of getting It Od uncftriphe took his wlte along and ashe approached the town he mentioned to her that he was get tug to a place where he could have honey When the pair were sitting at the supper table no honey appeared and Mr Traveling man said sharply ly to the head waiter Where is my honey The waiter smiled and said You mean the little black haired one Oh she dont work here an- ymoreEx OAS roRXABean tIeibsKind You RIB Ales PtHgnatai 11of 5 THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Doing Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ol intox icating liquors requires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants SuBerera may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faith ful use according to directions this wonderful discovery Is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter bow hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands ofDrunk ards Into sober industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands 1 1 Children cure your fathers 1 Thus rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and la so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant ta the taste so that It can be given In e cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge of the person talc it Thousands ofdrunkards have prlcclCIIIicured and made men bI having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading Improvement I Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost tug S26 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special ad vice by physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept t Edwin B Giles lit 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All coriespondenU strictly confids entialT n t SOCIETY LADIES i r Use Peruna for Catarrhal Derangement IlrcetOmahlI have used Peruoa and can cheerfully r ommend it as being the best remedy for catarrh and general debility that I have ever used I Yours gratefully AIrs C H Buck Pecans Is applicable to catarrh of any mucous surface of the body In all Stage From the slightest catarrhal attack or cold to the most chronic or pronounced ease of hypertropblo form Patina ii aspecific Men and women are subject to ca tarrh Women are even more subject to catarrh than men This Is due to many causes The chlet eanaei the delicacy of her lm as to man The extremesensitiveness of the mu cons lining of every organ of a womans body Is w U known to physicians This explains why In part at lout 10 faw women are entirely free from catarrh A vast multitude of women have found Pecans an Indlspenslble remedy tiNeaIll and book on seat any by Dr rSYKES Died at Ky at the Age of 112 Years In the death of Henry Richmond Sykes which occurred DaytonKy recently there passed away not only the oldest citizen of Kentucky but probably of a dozen other States Born in 1788 his life was almost co extensive with that the United StaTes Government He was the con temporary of all tie great men from Washington Franklin Adams Jcl ferson down to tbe presept day Born near Hull England he came as- a lad to this country with his parents He lead a sailors life for a number of years and when upon the break lug out of the war of 1812 enlisted with the United States navy and was assigned to duty with Commodore Perrys fleet He was with the latter at the time ot his famous victory on Lake Erie was commened for his the war he settled in Pennsylvania and later emigrated to the mountains of Ken tuckIHe was with Daniel Boone In many of his famous encounters with Indians and many are the thrilling stories which be was wont to tell of the great pioneer and hunteriLater he removed Newport Ky and while there was employed by ColI Al Berry Daddy Haymen and oth er well known men About a half Miss Helen Murphy popular society woman of OshkoshWls is an ardent friend to Peruna The following Is a letter written by Mlis Murphy and gives her opinion of Pernna as a prd ventlve as well as euro for catarrhs ailments OSHKOSH Wis The Poruna Medicine CoCol6mbue- 0OentlemenAbout three month ago I contracted a severe cold at an evening reception which settled on my lunge and threatened to be very serious As my mother has used Peruna with good results she sent for a bottle for me and I found that It gave me blessed relief Before the second bottle was contained I was well We keep a bottle of It on hand all time and when Ihave been out In Inclement weather Itake a dose or two of Peruna and Itpre- vents my taking any cold and keeps me perfectly well Yours very truly Helen Murphy a to fi at ol and to the century ago he removed to Dayton Ky and was employed general factorum by Col Jesse McArthur Col George E Currie and others After he had become too creplt to engage in hard manual labor he sumed the role of a ragpicker and was a familiar figure about the streets of Dayton up to within two three years since His death resulted flomstranula tlon following drinking coffee which was being to him by his Mrs Rebecca Jeffries with whom he had been living since the death of his second wife about two decades ago Mas Jeffries sum moned Mr Sykes grandson William Richmond who resides next door but upon the latter arriving Sykes was unconscious and in the throes ot death Dr H Struble was called jn but the aged warrior and faithful friend had passed to the great un knownExchangeWhy Go Mad Why are there few lunatic asy lums and so small a proportion of in sane persons in India That is a question which many a traveler has wonderingly asked The Hindoos regulate their lives entirely In accordance with their ligion that is their working eating sleeping well what we usually regard our life in the religIous sense ol the word Everything is are I ranged for them and they follow the rules now just as they did 2000 years Mix Lillian Hoenhald a grado s MmloPartaaismania Club Mlsllo nheld used Pens JL na as a tonic when run down by overwork She speaks of Id the following glowing terms ICstoAae The GentlamenII Peruna Medicine OoOolumbllialtto Pornna Last winter ray nif M vons system became so overtaxed fram thatmylyted IiII Inaturally became very anxlos s4consulted my physician After giving me a couple of prescriptions witha sMIpermanent the past year tot been a severe tax oa me Pens has kept me strong aarf vigor ous Yours trulyiLillian RoeaheM Beauty treating diseases peculiar Women I to address Hartman Columbus OhiotJ RICHMOND Dayton braveryAfter as as or administered stepdaughter C so re as as as It euro- Although ago This constant observance ofate same rules for twenty centnrtaku molded the brafns of the race into one shape as it were and although their li rites are queer enough yet there la r but an occasional example bf that striking devlatlQU from the common which is celled insanity in countries inhabited by the white race They are fatalitistff two With I them it is a case of what iato be will be carried to the extreme This basin time given them the power ta 7 take nil things calmly and so Y them from the anxiety that drives so many white men into the lunatic nay lums Argus ttZZPwnawal bDROPSYEmdlt Hanwurtttomaaa WM 4balay t adTettmonlaiandTTaDAYS 1na0e 55r r ilL I K6MJUTS I01iBo 34AUarta in a Memory- Of Creed B Smith died Oct 19 1901 He was f1 son of Henry and Elizabeth Smith deceased His disease was a complicated one lie leaves a iwlle and five children and a number ofret atives and friends to mourn his death Ills remains were interred In Smiths graveyard The funeral services were hejd by Rev Thomas Wright We shall ever hope to greet him and to meet him face to face in the home of endless glory when we reach that blessed place IVA AND CORA 4e Oasrr X Bean th the Kind You Ilan Alasp SJpatua lI iPf 4 DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps a GUARANTEED L wJ JJrfHE BEST A Hay Bale Ties Coilwire Grate Bars Pipo Fittings Engino and Boiler Trimmings etc Callon MeHenry Mfg AMach CoI J McHonryj 4 a 1 a k w- wv Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 LOS aO EnIlrorTL +ZrraOtiC- nQI1h tUvr == Illutd Fridays 6 tie Hartford Fub CoJncorporali BUijditHartfordpostofficimeconilclassinail matter r THE ELECTION ITS RESULTS The election Tuesday was the hot test contest ever waged in the history ofthe county It was a battle be tween the people and a barrel of mon ey it was not a free and fair expres sion of the people but the will of 810000 or 15000 injectedjnto coun ty politics by Democratic magnates Money is a power in any field in pol itics especially its influence is won derful its momentum is most irreSl table for its fruits are clearly shown in TueadayselectionEvr cratic corruptioniste where a place could be found for it Their resource seemed inexhaustable Demeocratic e heelers were at the polls in most every precinct bidding for votes like buyers of stock or like the slave traders in the times of slavery It was a spectacle which the good people of the county may never hope to see againWhile the Itepublicana lost the tamest of the game their candidate for County Judge it was only accom plished by a barrel of Democratic money concentrated by the Democrat ic organization against him to break the backbone of the Republican pare ty in the county The defeat of Su perintendent Rogers was a direct result of boodle and nut Millers pop rularity That defeat was prayed for by all Democrats consequently the money powers were concentrated on him but the bell weathers of the Democratic party who accomplished i his defeat are inthe same band wagon The money of Messrs Smith sad Butler with foreign aid did the work and their reward is railed up in a political grave They are r dead cccks in the pit while Rogers is young and active fullof determination to overcome all difficulties in the end game to the core he is today a favorite of his party He will yet be heard from The fight from start to finish was f centered on Rogers The most unscrupulous t and uncompromising false y hoods were circulated by men posing lawyersMI r and editors pulled of the maskand from the cup of infamy drew the pen r of slander and what has been accomplished i The money bags of the par ty are mangled and much torn and the contents scattered to the four winds of the eartb and defeat and worry and poverty are the reward whilst the keen sting of disappoint ment serves as the needle with which to mend the mangled wreckand the popularity of the game young man who went down under the enormous pressure ofa barrel of money has been enhanced tenfold in the esteem ifofhis party THE REPUBLICAN congratulates Messrs Bennett Ragland Keown DeWeese Lowe Wood and Davis on their triumph over the enormous cor ruption fund which they faced Af ter the official count today we will also be enabled to extend congratu lations to Messrs Heavrin and Black ittwhohave a sufficiency of sealed rejected I ballots to make them sale winnersFifteen thousand dollars thrown broadcast in a little county like Ohio i disturbs the equilibrium in human affairs no little TIlE REPUBLICAN warned the party leaders and foretold them of the euormous odds which con fronted them we advised them that the Democrats had openly boasted that they proposed to buy the thing out but they thought it impossible They thought it extravagant super fluity of advice yet the clouds of the corruption fund hung thick and heavy round about our political horizonand on the eve of the election dashed down upon us with terrific force with results which we foretold- Notwithstanding the fact that the Sick Headachey i digest well 3Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dyspepsia biliousness 25c All druzglati beruufutbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYE thlatltors tirreve tbYm44 De a r MU a Co hw NM- f colored voters were offered from 810 to 820 to leave the polls they stood loyal and true nearly all casting their ballots for the party of their freedom They deservemuch credit for their loyalty to party mud party principles They recognize the fact tbat their people in very other Southern State have been disfranchised and the same misfortune has threatened them at home It may not come this year but the day is fast coming and they are not slow to recognize the gravity of the situation The colored man knows tbat the only friendship enter tained for him by the Democratic party is during election timesIts for his vote nothing else The Republican parfy here in Ohio county has been aroused as never before and the little eet back Tuesday will add to its momentum and it will go forth hereafterreapingjustmerited victories With the money bags of the Democratic party squandered ruined and wrecked the Republican party is prepared for comparative peace hereafter crowned with com plete victory BROTHER INFORM YOURSELF The same fate overtook the Republicans in Ohio county that was meted out to the Democratic bosses here They conducted a primary that was a disgrace and the people sat down on it chan majorityof 300 to a Democratic plurality In this day of intelligence and independ ence rottenness and crookedness wIll not be tolerated Inquirer Our esteemed contemporary the Oweneboro Inquirer has the above to say of the Ohio county election The Inquirer is sadly mistaken about the primary held in February It says that the primary was a disgrace but offers not a word of proof to back up its assertion Assertions alone dont go these days After all that has been saId about the primary no man has ever found a single vote lost through fraud or otherwise The returns showed tbat there was not a sin gle spoiled nor rejected ballot No man could find fraud anywhere and the howl went up from Democratic sources and our neighbor has added this sort of information to bra stock You should inform yourself The thing that defeated the candi date for Judge was 815000 which the Democrats boast of having spent It was a bold chart to buy the offices If our contemporary seeks truth he will find nothing to brace his unwarranted thrust at Ohio county Republicans Whisky and money did the work ELSEWHERE in this issue will be found the letter of Gov Durbin of Indiana refusing to deliver Gov W S Taylor and Chas Finley to the crowd that would convict in order to damn the Repuhlican party Gov Durbins letter is a plain statement of the conditions here in Kentucky His refusal to honor the requisition follows as the natural result It is not true that the Republican party desires to protect the assassin of Wm Goe bel neither does the Republican par ty desire to prevent tbe trial of W S Taylor Chas Finley or anyone else accused of crime The Republicans of the State have no doubt as to the result of a TRIAL neither is there any doubt as to the result of a FARCE that would have followed had the requisition been honored When the courts and officials of Ken tucky can afford him a fair and im partial trial tbe people of Kentucky who elected him Governor of th Commonwealth will glad for W H Taylor to return and expose the falsehoods that have been circulated by those who first robbed and the maligned him but not before THE political battle which has just ended was a battle for supremacy in the county between the two parties one backed up by a barrel of money the other by the love and esteem of the people The money bags went busted and one office is their reward There isnt the slighlerst doubt about what politics is as con ducted by the Democratic combine its hell aglow Our prayer is that the people may never again see the like AN order went out from Democrat headquarters to reject all ballots that were fly specked as a result 48 were sent in sealed up When the returning board counts the returns to day Heavrin and Blank will have a safe majority OHIO went largely Republican Nash was reelected Governor and Foraker will succeed himself in the U H Senate BETH Low is the electMayor of Greater New York Tammany and Croker were snowed under eOCR neighbors in Ereckinriuge have our sympathy Strike May be Averted Scranton Pa Nov 3 It is prob able that that threatened strike of the four thousand men employed at the eight cbllerles of the Temple Coil Company may be averted Superin tendent Thorne told the mens com mittee if it can be shown that the fifty dismissed men were known by Foreman Maltby to be strikers when they were hired the company would probably recall tbe dismissals The men alleged that the Temple Com panys foreman knew these men were from Maltby strikers Election Returns RItDUDfICAS LAUREL London Ky Nov 5Nlne pre clncts in Laurel county give for Rep resentative Bowling Democrat 526 Parker Republican1 901 Republicans elected entire ticket by from four to five hundred LIVINGSTON GOES DEMOCRATIC Marion Ky Nov 5 Complete returns give Pogue Republican 303 Bishop Democrat I 658 Serator Porter i 320 Thompson 1658 MASON GOES DEMOCRATIC Maysvllle Nov 5Mason county representative district number 38goe Democratic 2 70 Republican a 100 Senat lr W H Cox holds over HOPKINS GOES DKM CRATIC Madisonville Nov SHopkls county elected entire Democratic ticket by from 350 to SOO totes Also- a Democratic city ticket by 15 to 20 COLSON WIN Middlesboro Nov 5 Col D G Colson former Congressman from the Eleventh district was elected to the General Assembly of Kentucky by a large majority WASHINGTON ODES DEMOCRATIC Springfield Nov 5The Democratic majority in Washington county Is aboat 340 A light vote was cast HART GOES REPUBUCAI Mnnfordsvllle Nov 5 There were abount 4000 cast in this county and the entire Republican ticket was elect ed by a mrjorlty ot between 250 and 300 REPUBLICANS CARRY KENTON Covington Nov 5One half ot the precincts In Kenton county show the Republican ticket to be ahead by 470 This insures the election of a Republican Senator REPUBLICAN SENATOR West Liberty NovsJohn W Coffee Republican senatorial candi date from the district isI elected by a good mjorltyINAYLOR BEATS MOTT Hickman Nov 5Judge Naylor the sound money anti GoebeliDemo crat indorsed by Republicans of Pul ton and Hickman counties was elect ed to the Legislature over Mott Ayers the Goebel Democrat BRECKINRIDGE GOES DEMOCRATIC Irvington Nov 5R M Jolly Republican candidate for the state senate from tbe tenth district was beaten by Gus Richardson The Re publican candidate for tbe legislature from Breckinridge county Charles Blandford was also defeated DEMOCRT8 GAIN IN MARION Lebanon Nov 5 Henry Reynler son Democrat has defeated J WMII ler Republican for representative from this county by 700 majority The Democrats have made heavy gains A new remedy for blliousnesa is now on sale at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store It Is called Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack If given as soon as the first indication of the disease appears Price as cents per box Sample free The old story from Baron Munchau sen shout the hunter who hitched bis horse to the limb of a tree and then fired at the plgeous in the branches the consequencas being that when the birds flew away the horse was left hanging in the tree is now doing du ty in the papers Some enterprising editor told the story on a local sports man substituting quails for pigeons dulyeWhen you cannot sleep for cough Ing it is hardly necessary that any needna few doses of Chamberlains Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep possible It is good Try it For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m CAISTOR = lieBern theItsKM You Han Alias Bought B1guhro ot Woman Thrust Her Baby in the Fire Baraboe WIs Nov 5 At Merri mac last night Mrs George Lee opened the large atove door and thrust her baby into the roaring fire in the presence ol her husband and nurse The baby was but three weeks old and was practically consumed before gotten out Mrs Lee tried to kill another child three years ago with a hainmar She was in Mendotta asylum fox some time and was taken there again to day a Illicit Still Captured London Ky Nov 4 Revenue Officers C M Randall Dan Jones and J N Lemon captured and de stroyed a fine copper still of seventy five gallons capacity 03 Horse creek this county yesterday The still was one of long standing and num erous previous attemps had been made to locate it a MusicMalgatea Mall Piano and Harmony Tuition per Term often weeks 1000 REQUISITION REFUSED Judge Cantrill Severely Scored by Indianas Chief Executive Gov Durbin Analyzes Former Partizan Trials of Men Accused x of Wm Goe beFs Murder Until the Time Comes that Justice is Meted out to Those now Under Indictment in Kentucky I Will not Grant the Requisition Says Governor W T Durbin Governor W T Durbin of Indian in a lengthy communication addressed to Governor J C W Beckbam ol Kentucky refuses to giant the nqtsJI nitioD for tbe extradition of exGot W S Taylor and Charles Finley Indicted by the Kentucky courts lIrI complicity In the murder ol William Gotbel The text of Governor Dur bins letter to Beckham Is as fol lows Indianapolis led Nov 3 1911 Dear Sir For the second time requisitions l have been presented to tbe Governor of this Commonwealth issued by your authority asking for the extradition of William S Taylor and Charles Flnley alleged fugitives from justice from the State ot Ken tucky and at this time residing InI the State cf Indiana The indictment presented charges these men with be- Ing accessories before the fact to the willful murder of William Gobel I respectfully decline to honor the re I quisitions The reasons given for similar ac tion on the part ol my ptedecessorthe obItalnlor this refusal reinforced as they are by events that have occurred since tbat time which only tend to establish the conviction to those who believe In eaual and exact justice under law to all men that the time has not yet arrived within tbe environments ol this prosecution whereby nn unprejudiced I and non partizm hearing ol the trial is to be had I I choose to make use of my right and duty as the Executive ol thecom monwealth to exercise a discretionary I poster of refusal to the end that the prosecution may not force these men before a court partisan tuthe very ex treme of vindictiveness and a jury or ganized for conviction its personnel andImpanelmentThe of the late Wm Goebel was a monstrous crime and deplored by every citizen in Indiana and in the Republic The spirit of assassination is a twin of anarchy Allowed to go unpunished there could be no more serious crime than that a citizen of the State or a representa tlve of the Commonwealth in any ca pacity should be foully murdered as a result of a conspiracy as an Individ ual act I have given careful conscientious consideration to the evidence produc ed in the case already heard against the person accused of complicity in the murder ot William Goebel so far as has been placed in my hands by the attorneys for the prosecution and have unhesitatingly affirmed that a conviction based upon such a mats ot selfevident perjury reflects ntoa the poisoned passions oi the court and jury and strengthen my ballet that were those requisitions honored J would be only aiding a determination of the prosecution to convict these men witout any reference to law jus tice or fact I cannot cause man from whom tbe presumption of innocence should I never be stripped except by legal methods to be subjected to the rapine of the present persecution The Ken tucky Commonwealth revered for its high sense of justice and honor has given to the jurisprudence of the country some ot the ablest lawyers oi the nation has bad honorable repre sentation on the Supreme bench and is the birth place ot Abraham Lincoln the embodiment of justice who dedi cated his life to securing the rights of all men under law It Is the State wherein generally justice has been signally exemplified in the practice and purposes of the I courts and this honorable recordonly emphasizes in consplcious comparison the odious acts which occured in the I trial which Judge Cantrill has permit ted in the name of law where Hie and I liberty of citizens ore at stake Can a fair trial be had for these Wen under indictment the object in appropriating 1030001 for the conviction of the suspected murderers of William Go deli Dots por1tlonIn the recent trial of Caleb Powers should have JudgerCantrill from his hearing Why should a jury of twelve parti sans ot the late Mr Goebel be selected j to try the case at bats In striking contrast to the ultra I partisanship of the Kentucky Judge md jury I recall an example of the profound sense ot justice which characterized a case largely political in Its character which came before a Federal Court in Indianapolis shortly alter the war when party spirit was d its zenith The Democratic Trims irer of Jennings county wall on trial General Harrison appeared lor the prosecution and exGovernor Hrr Iricks fir the defense A regular panelof jurymen were in the box Judge Walter Q Gresham was on the bench Mr Hendricks first appealed to the court for a political poll ol tht jury and then for a special jury to b composedof an iqual number rom the Detroratic and Republican parties He made the most earnest ant Icquent plea for the justice to hit client and tbat the political cha alter of the case demanded that thejurj should be evenly divided between the two laling political parties so that no advantage be given over his client by the Insidious it fl traces prepondei sting paitisan bias in the jury Judge Gresham an a dent Republican promptly granted the request and anew jury was impanelled as asked for by Mr Hendricks Compare this at of jutice based- on the proposition that ro political prejudice or advantage should enter into the jnry box with the record ol the court and jury in the cases thaI have so fur bad a hearing in the trial of the alleged murderers of Mr GOt bel On this tulject Thomas Jiflerson wrote An officer who is ei trusted under the law with the sacred duty ol naming tbe Judges of life and depth for his fellow citizens and who selects them from among a political party or friends ought never to have in his power tbe opportunity to abuse a pre rogative oj so tremendous a magni tude roes not the nctio i rf the Court 01 Appeals of Kentucky in the rever sal of the intlal convictions in Judge Cautrllls court emphasize the con tention of the Governor of this Cam monwealtb that these men sought to be extradited could not secure a air and just hearing Judge Cantrill a candidate for the United States Sena tor ship instructed the jury that it might convict on the testimony ol one alleged accomplice If that test mony was corroborated by that of another alleged accomplice that it might convict the defendant for the act of another man to which the de fendant bad never agreed and which was not a necessary or probable con sequence ot anything to which the delendant has agreed It Is remarkable that the trial court compelled the defendant to answer the piosecut irV questions in relation to other crime than the one for which he WAS on trial and then over protests permit ted the specially employed at o ney for tbe prosecution to make antm passioned plea to the jury to bang the defendant on the nccujiilio 1S out side of the record To such perver sion of justice I will not consent to consign any citizen ol this Common wealth be hU residence t mpoary or permanentThe ruling and in structions of the court with its vic lous partisanship further represented by a jury unanimously made up o- flu1 Democrats is ol Itself suffi cient cause for refusal ot your n quest but added to this I have ou file let tars and protests from many representative Democrats ol your State prom inent in the otganiz ition of the party and from editors of Detcoiatlc news papers universally condemning the persecution in tbe Goibel trials as a travety on justice and urging that no requisitions be honored lor Mr TayI lor and Mr Pinley until reason I resumed its sway and the good name ol Kentucky In its proceedures under the law in its touts be restored I had hoped that the trial of Caleb Powers just concluded would demon strate tbht the c Sorts of the prosecu tion were really to determine who the murderers of Goebel really were in a way that would convince the people of the country ot a sincere determina lion to this end that a jury would be selected for its integrity rather than partisanship that the court would re member its obligations as a Judge rather than its aspirations for the Senatorship that the rules of evidence having universal recognition mall States of the Republic would be JIG ExtelPllIZlIY- fi1JfJi ffJJIB The blood nnay be In bad condition yet with no external signs no skin eruption or sores to indicate it The symptoms in such cases being a variable Appetite poor digestion an indescribable weakness and nervousness loss of fleW and a general rundown condition of tht System clearly showing the blood hu lost its nutritive qualities has become thin and watery It is in just such cases that S S S has done sonic of its quickest and most effective work by building the blood and supplying the elements lackingI to make it strong and vigorous My wife used sev eral bottles of S S S as a blood purifier and to tone up a weak and emaciated systemwith- very marked effect by way of improvement We regard a great tonic am Mood purifierJJIDUFPrinceton Mo sssIs is the greatest of all tonics and you will find the appetite fin- provesatoncestrength returns and nervousness vanishes as new rich pure blood once more circulates through all parts of the system- S S S is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known Itcontains no min erals whatever Send for onr free book on blood and akin diseases and write our physicians for any information or advice Ranted No charge for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CA lolo ed in this latest trial especially in view ol the reversal of the Court ol Appeals in the fanner teats toft isII deep disappointment that the utter disregard ol justice which marked the previous trial was as notorious in the second trial ot Power as in the first Consequently I can only voice my rot tmnlto1 thereol- b ufuMnti to honor jour rtqaistlon which in tffeit would make me party to the conviction and punishment 01 two reputable citzens of Indiana When better assurances of a lair and impartial trial of Messrs Taylor und Flnley shall be given by a trial ol those now in Kentucky under in dictment fur piitictpU on in the ar susinatlon of Mr Goebel and the record of proceedure shall thaw that an impartial judge sat on the bench and non p rlUans jurors filled the box yur requisitions will be honored Until the time comes that jus tice is meted out to those now un der jurisdiction your courts if Ken tacky n requisition healing to such a travei ty upon jntlce ns the last trial of Caleb Powers presented will not be honoted by the surrender ol citzens l IidUt a by any fficml act of mine Rerpectfnlly WILLIAM T DunniN Governor ol Indiana To Ills Excellency J C W Beck ham Govtrioif Kentucky Frankfort Ky Notice All per ona having claims rigalSt the estate ot Quinton S Taylor De ceased are hereby notified to present same to the undersigned administra tor at Paradise Ky on or before the first day ol December 19u for payment Anyone failing to present the claims properly verified on or before that day will be forever barred in col lecting 1901Vor15M Q S Taylor deceased Insurgents Depend Upon Dar Nights Manila Nov 3 Advices from Catbalogan Samar says it is well known in spite of the fact that all ports in Samar are closed that sup plies still reach the insurgents Most of this work is done during the dark nights by small boats from the Island otLjte Every available gunboat Is cow endeavoring to prevent this The capture ot Lubbans commissary proved a great blow to the insurrec tion as it renders future supplies very precarious Conditions In the Islan of Lyte are annoying to Smith A large number of junk used for the express object of aiding the insurgents in Samar are covering the movements ol the fugitives and and lacking provisions and clothing No Time to Lose You cannot afford to disregard andi ing the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on heart and nervous disorders MUeV Heart Cure If your heart palpitates flutters or are short of have smothering spells pain in left side shoulder or arm you have heart trouble and arc liable to drop dead any moment of tha berg nownotloneratoraIn the country dropped dead from dlaeuo at hu homo In Portland loa while mowing blawurThoArea Mrs M ABIrdMLlUV Y whose portrait beads this advertisement write this through grate Itude for benefits I received Miles Heart Cure I had palpitation of the heart severe left shoulder and general health was miserable A few bottles of Dr MIlesHeart Cure cured me entirely Sold br all Druggists Dr Mites Medical CoElkhartlnd IBEE Economy Dry Goods Store t Have you heard about it Have you been in to see abo t it If so you are convinced it is the place to buy yourfWinter Supplies t t FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS Wo are prepared to meet tho demands of tho most fastid Iious If you want n tony uptodate Suit or Overcoat call at the Economy Dry Goods Store If you noted a good work Suit an extra pair of Pants or a nice Coat and Vest corns to s the Economy Dry Goods Store tJustr Aevorwill won and give you good service There is no doubt that wo carry the largest stock of Shoes in the county and the best brands If you need rubbers wo have a largo lino BLANKETS Good Blankets Better Blankets Best Blankets Down Blankets allwool Blankets allcotton Blankets very best values for the monoyJs for prices they Eidortmarked in plain figures Como to see us BIG LINE OF COMFORTS manykinds i arc prices to suit nil Dont fall to como nnd look at thoI111 tingf DRESS GOODS Or 1 We nro sure you will find just what you want in our Dress j Goods department Wo keepwll1 posted in this line and spare no expense in what it should be If you need n now Dress nnd dont know just what kind colorkor quality to select como to us and wo will help you out CLOAKS AND FURS Wo have just received our second shipment of Cloaks and Furs Wo have sold moro Cloaks this fall than at any vious season If you need n winter Wrap dont fail to at tho Kconomy Dry Goods Store whore you will callIflargo assortment All goods marked in plain figures OUR MILLINERY aft Department is the best and most completes to be found in tho t city Wo mako this department a special study and know that wo can please you in stylu quality and price The I very latest creations and all with an eye to Economy Wo A have Hats in all styles and at all prices v The 1SARAA GIVEN AWAY 111 FREE rod 7- RAUS T4MOUZ NDIW PCTUR SilEIGHT IN NUMBER kAt MilPlata Prin 3i1TWELVE IN NUMBER AlUui a fa Color Gos Rpiacfa inC I rsjt TWELVE IN NUMBER reproduction from each of the above famous sets of y will le given away with every copy of the bundaii Commercial Tribune tEach series alternates with the other and in order to II ors I r bune i That yon reaJ btJ convinced scud Gcfor sample cop tIJftJ feel satisfied that it will please you and that you wzll1 I want the entire series a r TH COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO t GINGINMATI OHIO r r Ljl ttt 1ZI Jj Americas Bestrri Republicanbf i Jj EDITORILY FEARLESS S CONSISTENTLY REPUBLICANALwAYst News from all parts pf the WorldWellwritten 1 49original 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in castorand brown Good quality black Astrachan Jacket 500 IiGood woolmixed Jackets 225 to 450 aof Infants WrapsaChildrens and iC Mens Suits and Overcoats Ii Menft awool Suits 5 Good all wool Suits 7 50 Our nRST allool Stilts to Paacy 011 Suits neat alyle- rS fu 50 Childrens lancy vested Suits 3 to 8 years 100 to 3 50 Children Suit 8 to 13 yeas ft 25 to 500 Children illOvercoats 5 to 15 years i 50 Better grade same allwool a S3 0 to 500 2Mens back and brown Beaver Overcoats 500 Mens txt ter quality Beaver Overcoats fSoo Mens Ragland Over coats f8 roto fro oo Extra fine Beaver Overcoats 12 50 Dont buy before inspecting the best line of Clothing in Ohio i countyHEADQUARTERSFor Domestic Shirting Tablo 2Linen Prints Ginghnms Linsoys Yarnst lnnnels in fact everything for winterill i REMEMBER THE PLACE At aII x xl Stable1NewGood Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times The most polito attention given customers and tho kindest care taken of nil stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZER jfcS TERMS STRICTLY CASH = S3Cr A C TAYLOR PopSUCCESSOR TO KEOWN A TAYLOR IIArttard entuokYI jHartford Republican FRIDAY NOVBMBRR 8 I t at Illinois Contra RailroadTime Table j Naf tint card taking sect Bumtnj t J tees nt noon Varlh llnntiil Nnntli llnnnil No IS1 dao 4M a m No 121dw11i16m i01daa2lTpm Nolaldueisr p m 1No ciao tUO pni NoHldniW ra oral laeghla- NoDtdaTtaam DItaT P DNo1du38 AlI1at at PI SO 3 CURE FOP ova ut sat tlo ap nu- W tIm Poll b7 elto CONSUMPTION i T Winter Milts rIHds and dads at Carol CS I t Mrs 8 P Dempsey is visiting herar mother MM Pierce RockportiI J A good tailor cuts our trousers bttfj the print are cut at Carson Con i Mr J A Thomas who has been tck several days is improv I inglCut it out lest you lorga that Car Icno Co la the place to get ourc moneys worth I Pof C H Ellis of Danville KyE was the guest of his pirents Mr and i Mrs A C Ellis first of the week tzJ An I Ancient Foe tl1 To heatth and happiness is Scrofula as ugly over sinco time Immemoria- lIt causes bunches th tho neck dls figures the skln Inflames the mucous membranes wastes the mueclee weak ons 4be bones reduces the power of Irealetaa to disease and tho capacity for recovery and develops into con tumptlonINA bunch appeared on mjneck It caused great pain was lanced l an a running sore I went Into a decline I was persuaded to tryr flood Sarsaparllla and when I taken neck WII healed and I bave sinceFMssBT t ffoods Sarsaparilla and Pills viUrid you radically and per eta ontly 09 theyft have rid thousand l C R Martin jeweler and watch raaker at WlllUms drug store Dont undervalue our union suits because the prices are from 250 to 75c Carson Cos Mrs Amanda Barnett bAS purcbaaed the Hubbard property at the North end of the Hartford levee Miss Versa Woosley daughter of the Rev Mrs Woosley Is in town guest of Mrs F L Felix I have 30 sewing machines to sell Ggurea that will surprise you Call and see them GROSS WILLIAMS Get your wife a nice drophead Sin ger Sewing Machine Only machice there is GROSS WILLIMS Agt Shotguns from tbe cheapest to the best at Griffins drug store Every guaranteed Call and see them See the stock of new Gnus at Grit drug store Good Guns at low prices A splendid variety of different makes every one guaranteed Yes we have it Whatslrepleise YClumay not like the style of oar upelllntr hut yon will like the style our collars CARSON Co The hunting season Is now at hand if you want a goody reliable gun of any kind call at Griffins drug store A large variety at prices that will make them sell 1ilTaster Fred Hndunn tell Irnm A wagon yesterday morning and sprained his arm it wax first thought to be broken but on examining closely it WAS discovered that he had sustained a very painful sprain Why Freddie overslept His mam- ma bought some of our outings and made him a night robe so warm and comfortable that he fell into such sweet slumbers he never heard the alarm clock CARsoN Co IHow about It feeling pertty chilly Well remain and look at our over costs We have the long Ragolons end box coats of every good weave and color Prices right Come In and look CARSON ft Co Mr Hayden Webb of St Lout was the guest of his patents this week 1oR SALK One lot on Union Sand in center of town Apply to Mrs Lucy S Hubbard Ilajtford 163 I Some men netd a change of clothe this fall Others need a change 01 clothiers So if you do not trade with us come and look at our 1000 suit and you will be convinced that you need a changt of clothes and n cloth- Ier too CARSON Co Whats on your head To you whats on your head is not of as muc importance as whats in it Not tom For to a head with something in it we can appeal Can prove that 3 00 buys the best derbies if purchased here CARSON Co Mr Lon Maple near Cromwell died Monday night of typhoid fever Interment took place Tuesday at Green River church Mr Maple as- a deserving young man well liked ball he was just starling in the with a promising future He leaves a wif and family Hickory nuts are plentiful and are quoted at a small amount of labor per bushel The trees are heavily lode this year and the cop has already furnished much enjoyment to numer ous parties of youngsters and later will prove one of the sweet delights of the long long nights John E Pendleton little son of Dr end Mrs E B Pendleton died Tues day morning of whooping cough and pneumonia The remains of the lit tie one were consigned to their final resting place in the city of the dead Wednesday at 2 oclock p m after funeral services by Dr J S Coleman The death of this little babe is a great blow to its fond and loving parents Condolence is extended the bereaved parents by their many friends Mr Azariah Maddox of near Rock port died last Friday ot kidney rouble Ills rt mains were burled at Vest Providence Saturday in the iresenceof a large circle of friends Ir Maddox was a highly respected itizen one ot the best and mOt sub tantlal men of the county He was i firm contestant believer lathe Bap tat church doctrine and few men rere better versed In the scripture lie was old and has been in bad health for a number of years Scbroeter tbe Photographer Here we are at Hertford and will reo- maIn until February the tat 1902 and will endeavor to please the public better if possible than we ever have before We are making all the very atest and uptodate photos that art made at the leading galleries in the arge cities and at prices as reasonable S possible We are making cabinet photos at ft So per dczen or six Ice 1 Kodak photos 60 cents per dozen aad photo buttons 25 cents for the first one ten cents tech lor all addi tonal ones Come and see our but toa frames and watch charms they are fine and cheaper than ever ntt Bible Two Hundred Years Old Dr E B Smith has a Bible that is robably the oldest bi ok in Shelby county It is about aoo years old aad has the family record of births Stop lie Blight It is asad thing to see fine ruit trees spoiled by the blight You can always tell them from the rest They never do well afterwards but stay small and sickly It is worse to see a blight strike children Good health is the natural right of children 3ut some of them dont get heir rights While the rest grow big and strong one stays mall and weak Scotts Emulsion can stop that blight There is no reason why suchachild should stay small Scotts Emulsions a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kind ot strength that makes things grow Scotts Emulsion makes children grow makes them cat nakes them sleep makes them play Give the weak child a hance Scotts Emulsion will make it catch up with the rest This picture represents the Trade Ma1I of Emulsion and is on the wrapperof every tattle stud for free simple SCOTT BOWIE 409 Pearl St New Voile SOC and l all druggists I GUNS GUNS If it is Guns you want dont fail to seo Carson Bros stock of Shot Guns Rifles and Target Guns Ammunition tic Ladies Shoes AVo have a lot of elegant Shoes for Indies None bet ter none nicer Como sei them Wo arc selling then at i titer value To see ist buy Can- eCEtrt3on BrosllHrllorit lay marriages and deaths in It since 1733 The binding Is still good and not a leal Is missing It was given to Dr Smith by his mother who died reo cently in Madison county Loulsvlll Post 0 To Teachers November 6 IQOI To Count Superintendents The State Treasurer imiorma me that he will be unable to pay the school fund due the teachers on November 9th This re suits from the fact that the State Doan of Equalization was very late in com pitting its work this year thereby causing the Sherifls to be delayed la seeming their tax books and conse quently behind in the collection 01 taxes The treasurer hopes to be abU to pay another 20 per cent within ten days or two weeks Very respy H V McCiiESNEY The above letter is selfexplanatory All teachers desiring checks sent them should order same at once No checks will be mailed out after No vember 30th as I shall have to make settlement with the State before Jan uary i 1932 With regret at your disappointment I am your obedient servant FON ROGERS County Superintendent TOM TATUM SHOT And Seriously Wounded by Mitchell Taylor at Taylor Miles Tom Tatnm and Mitchell Taylor became engaged in a quarrel Monday tight at Taylor Mines which resulted lu a fatal shot for Tatum The particulars can not be obtained as no one saw the difficulty but the participants Taylor used a double barrel shot gun the entire discharge lodged in the lower part of the abdomen producing jalniul and perhaps fatal wounds The nature of the quarrel may have beea due to politics as both political parties had a tally in Taylor Mines Monday night and it was after this hat the difficulty came up The Intestines were perforated in six or seven places and his recovery Is in very great doubt The doctors conceded that chances are against him Notice to Subscribers Kindly notice the label on your paper and if your time has expired please send in our renewal Remember it akes money to run a newspa per May we hear from you o StevensHumphrey Yesterday evening lit the home ol Prof W II Bartholomew No 426 Gray St Louisville Prof S C Steve is and Miss Louise Humphrey were nlted in the holy bonds of matrimo ay Prof Stevens is an Ohio county by and business manager of the southern School Journal while his bride is an acknowledged belle ol Uddleburg a graduate of the Cia clnl1 Conservatory of Music and a cost gifted lady The bridal patty left at once for a reeks trip to Wichita Kan and on heir return will be at home to friends at their residence in Lexington Tun REPUBLICAN extends best wishes for their happiness When you have no appetite do not tlhh your trod and feel dull after hang you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store m Marriages- Mr B F Boone to Miss Maggie A Jdson Mr Jas Decker to Miss Bertha D frown Mr John Bell fo Miss Ida J Ashby Mr Robert H Daugherty to Miss Sallie M Baize Mr J C Coleman to Miss Lucinda urden MrJ M Hoover to Miss Perstllle HooverMr E Cole to Mite Elizabeth bwnsley Mr W V Gary to Miss Artie A Ijndon Mr R C Edwards to Miss Magnolia Rock Resolutions Whereas God has seen fit ti call from our midst Comrade W T Ro irk a member in good standing In our post He sat tan in 1845 in Muhlenberg county died Oct 23 1901 aged 56 years He was a pri vate in Co D 17th Ky Cav He was buried at Waltons Creek grave aid by Preston Morton Post G AR Chaplin Jo A Bennett officiating Resolved That we hereby tender oir sympathy to the bereaved timlly and relatives and request that these proceedings be published In TUB HA RTFORD REPUBLICAN and n copy sen to the familyJo L CARSON jo A BBNNETT Com J C CllAMDRRLIN j 4 nm KlfKRYYHp Republicans in Ohio Carry the State by Increased Plu ralities Makiugthe Twelfth Succes sive Year Republicans Can Only Accoun I for the Heavy Vote on Grounds of Coun trys Pros perity Columbus O Nov 5 TheRepnl Hcans today carried Ohio by such in creased plurality on their state ticket and with such an enlarged majority in the legislature as to cause all sort of comment on what did ItoThe result continues the Republicans In power in the state making an epoch of twelve years In success for tbet party in Ohio and It insures the reo election of Senator Foraker The extent ot the Republican sue cess is attributed to the silver Demo crata not voting to the attitude of John R McLean the candidate lor Governor two years ago and the Ohio menber ot the national Democratic committee to the superior organs zUion ot the Republicans and otbe causesThe Republicans attribute there suit largely to the popular desire no to disturb the prevailing prosperity in accordance with Senator Henna appeal to let well enough alone to the desire to support President Roose velt in carrying out the policies of McKinley and to the indorsement 01 Gov Nash and Senator Foraker Chairman Dick sent a message to Gov Nash at the ttite house and telegrams to Senator Foraker at Cin clnnatfand Senator Henna at Cleve land congratulating them on these linesThe Republicans are so elated over their triumph that they are talking of Congressman Dick who has beer chairman of their state committee for eleven years for Governor two years hence when Senator Hanna stands for reelection and it is currently reported that John R McLean then will be the Democratic candidate for sena tor It is generally believed that lion Charles W Baker of Cinch nati who has been an avowed candl date against Foraker will receive the omplimentnry vote of the Democrat- Ic minority in the present legislature for senator lows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can lot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CoPropsToledoOWe F JCheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all nslness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drug- data Toledo 0 Walding Rinnan Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood nd mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Irngglsts Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best HAYNESVILLE KY Mrs W S Huff of this place who has been sick Mr quite awhile was alien to the Hopklnsvllle Asylum Tuesday of last week Mr Johnny Shultz and his sister Bertha have typhoid fever very bad MaryIchurch Sunday LILLIAN It Happoned In a Drug Storo One day last winter a lady cameo my drug store and naked for a rand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock says Mr C R irandln the popular druggist of On arlo N Y She was disappointed aud wanted to know what cough prep ration I could recommend I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and hat she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial II she did not find it worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paid In thecourse if a day or two the lady came back in compan with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough lemedy I consider that a very good ecommendntton for the remedy The remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale in a large measure to the personal recommendations of oplV who have been curged by its ise Tt Is for sale by Z Wayne Grit fin Bro m psTragedy in Middlesborougb- Middlesborougb Ky Nov 3 Louis Colllngs aged 30 was killed today in a row in Keg House sa loon Over the RhineHis slayers unknown Collings lived on Brow ties creek in Harlan county ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY iXCOirOBlTID Talk being cheap and ueceoonry you should patronize home folks where can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be It talking distance with the whole coun and business points generally by thttthey will be At the whole expense II say so We connect with all Independent Companies For partlcn lari call on A B Pate HartftrdKy f Dark Hair HalrVlgorforthough I am past eighty years of age yet I have not a gray in my headGeo Ycllott Towson Md We mean all that dark color our hair used- to have I fits gray now AyersHairstores color to gray hair Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long and it stops falling of the hair too stet a tottU All drertUO If your drngcbt cannot supply you send ui one d llar and we almaTOO a bottle lie tune and cite the name i of your ueamre resa onIce Addreu J Co AYER CO Lowell Slav VALUABLE LAND FOR SAL i The Cbance of a Life Time to Get I Good Land As Agent Attorney and Attorney In fact for Doss DeHaven and tell DeHaven his wile by virtue opower of Attorney now of record in the prop er office I offer for sale on term hereinafter mentioned the following described real and personal property This land Is most favorably located and of the greatest fertility of Qny land in Ohio county It is all fresh In sight of the railroad near Narrow Kentucky and on waters of Adam Fork creek and Rough river Oue track of Twentyfive 25 acres the same conveyed to Doss DeHaven hy Lelia DeHaven formerly Grayknowi as tame conveyed to Leila Gray by R Holbrcok Master Commissioner of Ohio Circuit Court in Equity actlpi of Leila Gray Administrator of W C Gray against W D Gray c Ohio Circuit Court Also the three following tracts which adjoins and constitute one Farr or body of land which I will sell sepa rately or as a whole one lot No Two 2 containg Ninety 90 acres lot No Three 3 containing Seventyfour anc Threefourths 74J acres and lot No Six 6 containing One Hundred and Nineteen 119 acres all of said lots being a part ot a tract of land con taming 1ifteeu Hundred 1500 acre pattened to William Craddock on the 25th day April 1792 and being lots Nos 2 3 and 6 on a plat or survey 01 the fifteen hundred acres made by John Stone surveyor and being same conveyed to Doss DeHaven by Lelia DeHaven formerly Gray Also two lots in Highland rack Louisville Jefferson county Kentucky Also another tract in same neighborhood as other land in Ohio county atone said consisting of one hundred acres bought by Leila Gray now DeHaven- at Commissioners sale in suit of Lelia R Gray Admx against D W Gray and others Ohio Circuit Court Will sell separately or as a whole to suit purchasers at a bargain for cash or upon part payment in cash and balance in one and two years alien retained on all of land to secure deferred payment Also one hall of corn grown on apart of said land by John Tucker con silting of 250 bushels E P NEAL Attorney and Agent This October the 29th 1901 Camo Near Dying For three days and nights I ant fered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centervllle Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried a dozen different medi ices but all to no purpose I sent tor a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a few hours ago I felt ro gratified that the first work I do on going to the office Is to write to the manufacturers of this remedy and offer them my grate ful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine you make This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bio mI Notice to Farmers- To the farmers of Ohio countyI lave the best seed cleaner ever in Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dam for 16 50 I own the county right for fifteen years Call on or address mea Beaver Dam KyW STBVBNS yQ13t September 9 1901 THE RIGHT THING TO PUT ON Btnioai Platter It Pitas Mntir From the natural topulia to put tome thing on painful spot 11 applications for relief of pain hare arisen The most successful have ever been pout Uses or plasters and tho best of these it Bensons Porous Plaster No other has anything like the same er as a curative agent it U highly and scientifically medicated and iU standard U advanced you by year I Use Bensons Plaster for colds cheat diseases rheumatism grip neuralgia kidney trouble lame back and other all menta that make Winter a season of suffer inn and It relieves and cures remedyDoI or Belladonna platters in place of Bensons as they none of its curative power Insist on hating the genuine The people of every land haTe testified for years to the superlative merit of Bensons Plasters and havedaredand of this country worththem of publlo confidence In official comparisons with others Ben sons honored WIth highest awards I For by druggist or we will prepay postage on any number ordered In the United states on receipt of 25o each Accept no imitation or substitute Seaburjr Johnson Ug Chembtf NY- e c iBeiflg Pelted WITH Dollar Bills a I n ND making no effort to catch them would I bo as wise a proceeding as buying goods twithout first coming hero and learning our prices 2it would be about as profitable g Money saved is worth as much as money earned I 44 and if wo can beat all other prices it must mean M money saved That wo can do this tho values wo 2mansion hero will 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AGENTSI 3ASTHMA CURE FREE l Asthmalenn Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Curo in all CascsIABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE TOM XAJir AND AnUIlESS rLAIMYV There is nothing like Astbraalene It brings instant relief even in the worstt cases It cures when all else SailstThe Rev C F Wells of Villa III says Your trial bottle of AsthI malene received in good condition I l cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throit and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw advertise ment for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but re solved to give it a trial To my astonishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottleIRov Dr Morris Wochsler Rabbi of the Cong Bnal Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is anI excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates allftroubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonish lug and wonderlul Alter having it carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalere contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 190tIDr Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested l the wonderlul effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on 130th street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Astbmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radical Improvement Alteruslng one bottle her Asth ma bad disappeared and she is entirely tree from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommeud the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M DcDr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 IgIIGentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num 1 erous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement I and started with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since pur chased your fullsize bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use ofas you see fit Home address 235 Rlvlngton street S RAPHAEL 67 Bast 129th St New York City JTrialBottlo Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East 130th St CitySold Druggists x I f Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 OLD HOME MAY BE SOLD Negotiations Progressing Favor I able for a Transfer Hodgenvllle Ky Nov 4 The negotiations for the purchase of the old Lincoln homestead by the St Luke Society of Chicago and the es tablishment of a sanitarium on the farm by that society for the treatment of inebriates and those addicted to the opium habit have assumed a lavora aspectDr Struble director of the publication departmert of the St Luke Society noj in the city yester day in company with Rev J W Bingham manager of the farm for the purpose of making a thorough in vestigation of the grounds and other matters in connection therewithand upon his report will rest the finanal actloa of the society Mr Stiuble left this morning for Chicago While he did not give out any definite statement as to what would be coie in the matter he intimated that the negotiations now on between the to iety and Mr David Greer of New York owner of the farm would result in a transaction Should the project become a reality the plans as outlined by Pre ident Miller of the St Luke Society are to build a fine sanitarium and ober nec essary buildings A beautiful and costly park will be made on the farm and several prity lakes will be form ed at the land claimed to be exactly suitable for the purpose Brings attractiveness to listless unlovable girls making them hand some marriageable women Thats what Rocky Mountain Tea will do 3SC Ask your druggist m The Paterson N J Standard speaking of our Tarifi nflalns rays that a Tariff for revenue is the only sensible solution Dy most people of our country this olntion is known by the name of free soup Moravian Falls N C Yellow Jacket Elys Liquid Cream Balm is an old friend in a new form It is prepared for the particular benefit of sufferers from nasal catarrh who are used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes All the healing and soothing properties of Cream Balm are retained in the new preparation It does not dry up the secretions Price including spraying tube 75 cents At your druggists or Ely Biothers 56 Warren Street New York will mail if The Youths Companion in 1902 To condense in a paragraph the announcement of The Youths Com pan Ijn for 19 12 Is not easy Not only will nearly two hundred storymiters contribute to the piper but many of the most eminent of living statesmen jurists wen of science and ol letters scholars sailors soldiers and travel lers including three members of the Presidents Cabinet- In a delightful series of articles on military and naval topics the Secretary of the Navy will tell How Jack Lives Julian Ralph the famous war correspondent will describe How Men Feel in Battle and Winston Spencer Churchill M P whose daring escape from a Bore prison pen in well remembered will describe some experiences On the Flank of the ArmyAnd this Is but a beglning of the long list A complete announcement will be sent to any address free The publishers alto announce that every new subscriber who sends i 75 for he 1902 voume now will receive all he Issues for the remaining weeks ot 1931 free from the time of subscrip ion also The Companion Calender hr z9zall in additional to the fifty two Issues ot The Companion for 1901 TUB YOOTHS COMPANION 195 Columbus Ave Boston Mass p A thourand things by it are done far better than most things do one We refer to Rocky Mountain Tea made by Mldison Medicine Co 350 Ask your druggist m Ingenious Appeal An enterprising editor appeals to subscribers In this way If youI have Irequent headaches dizziness nd fainting spells accompanied by chills cramps corns warts bunions chilbalns epilepsy and jaundice it is a sign that you are not well but are liable to die any minute Pay your subscription a year in advance andI make yourself for a good obituary no ice ppAn English Author Wrote No shade no shine no fruit no flowers no leavesNovemberl Many Americans would add no free dom for catarrh which is so aggravated during this month that it be constantly troublesome There s abundant pioof that catarrh is a constitutional disease It is related to scrofula ant consumption being one of the wasting diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla has shown that what is capable of eradicating scrofula com pletely cures catarrh and taken in time prevents consumption We cannot see how any sufletcr can put oil taking this medicine in view of the widely published record ol its radical and permanet cures It Is undoubt edly Americas Greatest Medicine fur Americas Greatest DiseaseCatarrh TH NEW WAY Common Sonso for Women Lndlf Should Head ol the I n tnt nnd Moat tIn KMlal Importation tram Franc All Womankind Mar Fount rrlfflit ETu Pair Hkln Strength nod Uood llralth So sj Dr LaHord the famous Freud prac titioner who hu devoted ble bole llfo to tht itnclj ol women and bu won tht hlfthMt dU Unction through hl wonderfully nnrMlnl prac tice among the Bnt tamlllM ol Port UOMAXA IILHOIM Woman U a heroine say the Doctor nud her remnrknble endurance and nbllltjr to tthtan tithe mot trying ordeal compel admiration She U a lave to the Natural Modesty ol her eex which eo olla cnnwe her to endure the gnatnt trial and offer In elltnce rnthcr than oult even her Family 1bjrlclnn Scoring to expoe benell to necvesnrjr questioning and probable examination A IIFKNTLDY Kecognlilng thli fact early In hU practice Dr LaDord ban bjryeare of study nd COM appli cation enrolled an entirely new method ol treat ment for nil ailment peculiar to woman which hu net with unbounded inrcm nod hut Brunch OfflcM managed by killed phyelrlane under bU penonal anperrUlon are now located In erery large city ol Europe liT bU tnperU r method each patient receive I absolutely tree ol charge full nail detailed ndrlce specially adapted to her rate thus avoiding all embarrassment or Inconvenience and n IJr La Uordt rrmedlee are put up lu the lorm ol email dulnty waKn they are ea lly retried and taken at any time or place without attrattlnffatten Ion ThIS Innrei regularity In treatment which U most Important to II cure and generally Im powlhle with liquid rcmedlee Liquid remedies alwnyi contalnalarge propor ion of alcohol whlky or other Liquor to pre serve them from polling Dr Ijtllord Wafer are a dry medicine and are positively free from Intoxicant or narcotic drngi of any kind 3lonEItr JIUUUN Dr 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advice furnished absolutely tree of charge to all who take the treatment l adlefl ordering CAItUNIA alacited to write aU about their particular cia In detail and are assured the must privacy lIe to their correspondence aa no tesUmonlaU or letter from ladle are ever published by us ODe bOK otCAIIOEIA Wafer containing a months supply will be nent UK nrely parked and prepaid to any addres In the toll or Canadaon receipt of One Dollar accompanied by the detail ot your case A full and complete treatment In eluding all meessnry medicine and our written guarantee Five liollare payable In ndvanee- ThU charge cover all expense Including free advice and full direction There are no addi tional ihargui of any kind tbD placing the treatment within the reach of all Addreu Consultation Dept Tim Xoylr Hitler Iuin finny Market and zltb ste Ihll adelphla 1a 14lyr Remedies for Anarchy- In providing better protection fo rout Presidents against the attacks of assassins and in safeguarding the county against the sprcal of Anarchism these four remedies stand first- I Death for any attempt against the life of the President whether re suiting fatally or not 2 Deportation swift and sure for every avowed Anarchist to some is land in the Philippines to be mall talned as a penal colony 3 Destruction of all Anarchist or ganizttion through stringent laws and capable police surveillance 4 Denial of landing to Anarchist immigrants through careful certifica tion at the home of the emigrant and strict inspection and inquiry at our pOIt ofentryN Y World William MKinley Iii611fe and Work BY GEN CIIAS H GIIOSVFNOK Presidents lifelong friend com rade and colleague in Congress Was near his side with other great men whet his eyes were closed In death Followed the bier to the National Capitol and then to Canton The proI I a McKinley Monument fund Thus every subscriber becomes a contrlbu tor to this fund Millions of copies will be told Nobody will refuse Elegant Phpotoravure Portraits of President MeKinleye last picture ta ken at the White House You can easily and quickly clear 1 coo taking orders Order outfit quick Chance to prove success secure yearly con tract and become manager Send 11 2 cent stamps for elegant Prospectus Taking 10 to 50 orders daily 5000 I jlngtonThe Sugar Tariff The American Economist which has laboted fur years so consistently and persistently to develop all Amen can manufacturers is at present tak ing a keen interest in the sugar Industry of this countlY which is threatened with the various reciproci ty treaties with Germany France and Russl not to speak of Cuba which may be enacted and Iso wuldre suit disastrously to the sugar indus try of the United States The Econo mist reproduces from the columns of the New Orleans Picayune a very t I excellent article referring to the fict that in Louisiana we cim ot hope to make sugar in competition with the pauper Uhur of Europe or til the trope ics and that the present Tar ff is a lair one and should be retained The Economist further quotes from the Seattle PostIt tiillgencer in an article referring to the fact that a gloup o cnpitalUls largely interested in sug4r refining iu this country have been making immense Investments in cane plantations in Cuba and are organizing a systematic Attempt lo have the duties on Cuban sugar removed at the cowing session ol Congress The sentimental appeal made to the generosity of the American people on behalf of the impoverished Cuban planters is InsinceiS and unsound as the proposed legislation would be dc signed to enrich tht capitalistic In vasion of Cuba whose already impoverished planters would be forced to the wall The best sugar industry of the great West which promises ti f o rapidly develop is now coming to the front snl the great interest excited in its maintenance and increased develop ment will be a material aid in pre venting onle1aylnj the injurious leg lslations toy threatened Louisiana Pianter and Sugar Manufactuter Resolutions Whereas Gd in his infinite good ness has seen fit to call irom imi midst Olr beloved comrade John P Motion who was II member injjio t standing in tint post Hewai born in the year 1843 and died Ot 16 19 t aged 58 j ears He wata coipi ralof Co B I7th Ky Inlt and served with ctedit to himself ard te Iment until mustered out He wa burled at Oak wood cem try by Pres ton Morton Pst GAR The set vices were conducted by the chaplain Jo A Bennett Resolved That we hereby tender our sympathy to his bereaved wile and children and rc1atlvtl and request that these proceedings be publUbed in Tim HARTFORD RKPUDUCAN and a copy sent to the family Jo I CARSON 1 Jo A nnNNETT Com 3- The C ClIAMDRRUN j Wonderful Twins The Coleman twins Sidney and Smith from Anderson county were here recently They look as much alike as a rabbit does like another and are worldbeaters They mar ried sisters tne wedding being a double one the same minister per forming the ceremony Each has three children the fist child of each being a son both being born the same day in the same house The second child ot each is a gill both waking their appearance in the world the same day The tbitd ot each is also a girl Hurt County News a Spry Old Man Perry Carter U Ihc proud lather ol the baby tbnt took fitbt pnz at the L1wlen burg Fir for being the handsomest baby Alter the award Inl the prize Mr Curler made a pcccb lie said he WIII sevent3 two yeais old and was living with his fourth wife two of Ihe other being di vorced and Die being dead lIe said I he was counting the thtee wives that had run oway from him He was the father of fourteen children liar rodburg Democrat The Wrong Foot It was in a Pullman deeper aed jus across from the bachelors berth was a handsome little woman and her ihreeyearold toy Eirly in the morning the two were laughing and playing together and the good nature ed bachelor smiled to himself as be rose to dress Suddenly a little foot peeped out from the curtain of the opposite berth and with the twinkle ol his eye the btchelor grabbed the plump toe and began This little pig went to market this little Thats my foot sir said the in dignant voice of a woman The si lence which followed could be beard above the roar cf the train Ex 1 There being a gitater supply the worldover than is required for consumption and effort of the trust to crush the beef sugar industry of this county by removing the Tariff would be to bring in enormtm quanitles of beet sugar and cane too This would swamp the trust and kill the beet in dustry at the same timeSan Francisco Examiner DONT BE rOOLEDI Take the lIeuuh original ROCKY MOUNTAIM TCA Made only by Madison Mcdi doe Co Madison It kep you Well our trade packererI 1 optxIs Ulijrky druggIst I A FREE PATTERN your own selection to every mb I scriber Only SO cent a year MCJXMAGAZINE A LADIES MAGAZINE isutflihotwork t houftliolil liinlit flclion clc tub copyladyStyll h Rllabl SImple blOltelllcrectIUJDIf rM CALLI PA1TERNSAii the Billing lid Sellleg Lists show hlehrrAk I mod town wbr mill horn TilE McCALL II1IISII7 West 3llt SI COI L CUPID WORKS PRANK Strange Tale of Love Matrimony and Divorce in the Hills of Kentucky Greenup Ky Nw IThe Km lucky hills at I point aa4 hr distant from this city furnUhrd a story the equalof which is selioni Sound in the wildest fiction In Carter county just across the Greenup to inly line have lived lor years the qtmttt who wake up the persons of this lilt e drama in real lifeThey are John Lifts and lidith Lite and George D tuner and 1zit Dc ner For thirty jeais these lespec tive couples lived as wan and wife to all appearances happily Finally Cu phi who has mischievous spells cur eluded to work confusion among them It soon became appurant that George Danner had lost his heart to Edith Liles who returned his nflec tion while Join Lilac and Mrs Dan ncr ba1 also exchange heats When the mischief Ieca ne plain 10 all co cerntd the husbands took a coirmon wente view of the tiitu tlin Mutual divorces and reiuarri Kia wete citrtied out anti thut a compete re adjust went ol the umttlal relations was al noted The former Mrs Lite txcme Mrs Dinner sad the former Mrs Dicner cbanned her name to Utes It was a satisfactory legal chaige Iri act the Iwo ntn tmde uiver CASiOnXoBri tho IIII Kid Yri Hats Atsip Bottt- tBlpatve po- f 2THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltionAl most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The Presidential rampAlan I over but the world frnea on Jaat the aa aw and II In full of new To learn this new Jut ai It I promptly aad lmpartimilyaiIhtyouhae to do U to loot In the column ct The Thrle aWeek Edition of the New York World which wine to the tub cribrr IM jima a year- TheThrlctmUVk World diligent UII pub limber ol Smut newt baa Ira It ctrrnlatlon when ererthe English tanfrnair U epoken and you want It The TbrieraWwk World regular aUcrlp tionntceimoaIyiOOperyear We ofler this Bueitnaled aewpaper anti Tam ItKrcnuri to mtber one year for 150- Tbermmiaraubarnlption prlcflofthe two pa pree lloo Nasal OATARRH1sIn alt Its stages there hood be deaa0aes- sElys Cream Balm tIanooou it0llifii the dlneiwil membrane It can catmhaai drlTe awiy a cold la UM Iwa4 quick Cream Balm U pl ccd into the tortrtU ipnadi ortr the membrane rod I a abtoibfj 1loI10I1o 1m mcdltta ami a ear foJowi 1 1 li not drylnj loroII- Ot produce sneezing LUJ Size M cents at One fitter by mall Trial Size 10 cent by mall ELY DaOTUCnS U Warren Stnct New York NEW THROUGH LINE BETweeN EVANSVILLE A- MDCHICAGO A new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betweei Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road front Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 73opm 730001 Ar Chicago 700am yioopm SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Fv Chicago 840 pm 830810 ArEvansvllle 8053 m Ssop m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol you local ticket agent SouthernRailway NIInolsLnnl Tlll Liar Time Table Corrected to June 9S ltd LoulsTlUe Dlrlsloa 1101 tIo5 No5 IT IrfmlsTllle T4S a m 400 p m TM p aAr Shelbyrllle iO a am fcSlpm Ill 1 a0 Iawreneeb D5 a m S20 p n Iii 9 aVersatile lOJIara 141 pm LU pm Islington 1049 am MO p ii 1130 p D Ilnrnln 1065 a a rK p n UeorRetownllMaai T40pm 1404 NO3 555 IT Dnrtrin 499 p m Till a aAr 41or ton S00 p m rM aim Lexington 005 a m 445 um 710 am Verenllle tUnm tUpm ME anIjtwrvnnbnrge4a m 040 pm iNi alaHhelbyTllle 720 h in CMpm t10iinI nliTllle 840 a m 7MpulMOam Between Loolsrllle EvansvIlle and 81 LoiU itt oub Division NO 4 1102 IT Iionlsrllle 850 a rn 1000 p m Ar lluntlnfrhirg 1145 a in 1130 ama 1rlnceton 100 pm l4Sam Ht Louis 536 p m 7M a m 1103 NO t- IT Rt Loul 8011 a m 1000 p m Princeton 121 1111 803 A m UnnllnKlinrK 651 in 4SB am LonUTllle 6U p In 710 a DI No 10 NOB rv lonlnlll 6li0 pm 850 a in Ar HuatlDKborg KMpin iLlS A m iranTllle 1021 p m 114 pm NO I NO It IT KTantllle 730 A m 115 p in Ar IlnntlDHTllle 50R a m 210 p JD loulsilll Ht a m 543 p in Train No I 1 S and 4 rna solid berwsen IoulTllleondKt lonlTrain No a and 10 ron solid between LooUrUls nnd liTitnsTllle carrying Chair Cars 1ralos Nos 91 and 21 tnrrrlns through Seat clams Cnacbnt between CTaaiTlll aid IoUtllls tiny train bIn Louisville aid SI Lo141 curry Cfs Inrlor Cars Night Trnln between Iouls lll and 81 Lomia carry 1ullman Drawing Itooia Hleeplng Car wiSh Luttet serTlco For tickets and farther Information apply to any agent Southern Hallway 11 D Spencer Oenl Hap St Louis Ito 8 II Hardwlck Oenl Iassr Apt Wiuhlngton 0 0 AUra AtOarAgt St Louts oI A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under The Sun All Doctota have tried to rUle Cntatth by the use powders acid KHMrf inhalers and dtuits in paste form Their powdem dry up the I mncuiuM luembtBiits causing them I to crack open andbleed The power i ml acids used in the inhalers have I entirely eaten away the same mem brane that their makers have aimed to cure while pusteK and oirtinents cannot reach tile disease An old and experienced piactltiocrr who has lor many years made a close study and speciality ol the treatment ot Catarrh has at last perfected a treat meat which when faithfully used not only relieves at puce but permanently cuter Cats h by muovltig the cause tlupulntr the dUchMgtii und curing all inflammation It IN the I only remedy known to science tbatIactually reaches the i ffl cUd This wonderful remedy IB known as I Snuffles the Gu mntted Catarrh Cure nnd is sold at the extremely I oa price ol One Dollar each pcknge containing internal and external medicine sufficient for It lull months necessaryII Snuffl alt is the only perfect Cure ever made and in new IfroZDlztdIoUI the only safe sail p that annoyint and dirguting disease It cures nil irfl matlou quickly and permanently and U also wonderfully i quick to relieve Hay Fever or Culd in the Head Catarrh when nrjtlictid often lends to Consumption Snrflla wll ave you it you noe It at orce It is no ordinary rrmcdy hut a complete treatment which U festively cnaran teeiltocuie Cititrh in an tim atate if tired ncrciding to the dlrteIt- lnnll which sccomptny each haC- klee Dont itchy but send lor it at nce and write lull particulars IIA to vour condition ard you will receive ptcial advice front the discoveier of this wonderful remedy trirntdlnc ynurcasj without coet to you heyord the regular price of SnnBhs the Gtmnnteti Cataith Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United Stole or Canada on rtcttpt ol One Dollar Addretx Dept I P4- win n Gilts ft Conijany 233 I and 3332 Market Mitel Ihlldelphia Clrcatt jlWIIWaJAttorney SA Andennn Clerk llowsn HoibrookMstertlolaV mlisloneri II II Miens Trustee Jury Scull H iTllto Sheriff Hartford Deputy gherlff U U llockr T II Ilentoi J D Taylor W 8 Tlntley 9CourtcoDTtnn Bnt Monday la March- and August and continue three wnki Mil tblrIiluaday In Slay and Nonraher two week fCointy Court 1 V UUIer Judge Mihtsg land Clerk i II rOo lleavln 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